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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 February 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER .JfV . VOL. X. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 18, i911 NO 13 1 I COUNTY COURT DOINGS. New $75,000 Court House Ordered. People Who Must Foot the Bill Not Permitted to Vote on It. The contempt in which the peo ple of Scott county are held by those who rule Is clearly shown In the action of the session of the county court Just he!d. Last summer a movement was start ed to submit the building of a new court house to a vote of the people as required by law. It was not long until the wise ones discovered that the proposition would be voted down and the matter was dropped so far as letting the people have a say. A way around the people was dis covered. Taxes were increased to produce the revenue and, Just before adjournment Tuesday the court ordered the present court house torn down and a new one built at a cost of S7IV000. Last fall the people voted over whelmingly to abolish the office of highway engineer. Has any body heard of It belnil done? In road district 7 the farmers hav...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 February 1911

mc0tt County Klekmr POMES by Wetars"rlntlra Company, nton, Mo. Vftorl of Directors: C. M Weaver. Julius 'Ihrecht, J. H. Branam. Lorens Beyer, ilex Thompson. Phil A. Hafner. Editor. ; A. Q. Killer. Secretary and Treas. THE BOY AND THE GUN. Each season brings Its own sport on pastimes, game or fad for the bora. The autumn and winter are tbe sea sons when many boys hunt or sboot a great deal, says the Omaha Bre. This should be the time, then, for tbe reit eration of that old warning about the "I-dldn't-know-lt-was loaded" accident. Boys should be careful with their shooting Irons, and never fall to know whether they are loaded or not. Two boya were out shooting a few days ago and one, thinking his gun was empty, aimed it at the other and pulled the trigger. The other dropped dead. "I didn't know It was loaded." walled the one who killed him echo ing the wall of scores of others who had at sometime been as criminally negligent as himself. No bo or man has a right to aim a firearm at an ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 February 1911

EXCELLENT GRAIN FIELDS IN WESTERN CANADA YIELDS OP WHEAT AS HIGH At 64 BUSHELS PER ACRE. Now that w have entered upon the making of a new year, It it natural to look back over the past one, for the purpose of ascertaining what hai been done. The business man and the farmer have taken stock, and both, if they are keen In business de tail and Interest, know exactly their financial position. The farmer of Western Canada ia generally a busl ness man, and in his stock-taking he will have found that be has had a successful year. On looking over a number of reports sent from various quarters, the writer finds that in spite of the visitation of drouth in a small portion of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, many farmers are able to report splendid crops. And these re ports come from different sections, covering an area of about 25,000 square miles. As, for instance, at Laird, Saskatchewan, the crop returns showed that J. 13. Peters had 12,800 bushels from 320 acres, or nearly 40 bushels to...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 February 1911

V V . t Iner t C b It n 3 mi t ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself s n candidate for the office of super- lntendent of public school of Scott count.v, subject to the Will of the voters at the annual school meet ings, Tuesday, April 4. 1911. CHARLES HARRIS. .WHOOP ER UP I The Kicker is so crowded this week tha tthere h no room to tell what Is being kne by the workers outside, and this wjll be held for next week. Thv are not doing as well as lam week, howe ve r. Oct busy. HERE AND YONDER Lawrence Vetter. of St. Louis, and Wm. Trelnen. of Sandywoods. were Kicker visitors Saturday. Mr. Vetter is a brother to John Vetter of Ellis district. Mrs. Joe Scherer of near Kelso, and Mrs. Wm. Treinen of Sandy-woods, all of whom he visited and returned to the city Sunday. He reported labor conditions verv serious in St. Louis. A. A .Evans, of Morley. has re turned from a visit to Ripley county and writes: They have the same kind of fishers and hunt ers that we had in Scott county 15 and 20 yea...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 February 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER 1 LVOL. X. i BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 25, i911 NO 14 THIS IN NOT SOCIALISM. Some Good Reading for Those Who Don't Like to Read "Too Much Socialism," and yet Want the Truth. Once in a great while sub scriber complains that the Kicker has grot "too much Socialism In It" About the only thing they com plain of, however, is the label. If It were labeled Democratic or Republican these same complain ants would shout for It. But So cialism is the one, living issue In the United States today, and It ought to Interest every citizen. But 1 have found something food that is not Socialism. You ger In the situation lies, not as the exploiters have Imagined, In the growth of the putrMc intelli gence, but in a continuing public ignorance and indifference. Let a careless, happy-fro-lucky peo ple suddenly awaken to the fact that the cost of living is reaching a prohibitive point, and very has ty action is likely to be the re sult. We have seen indications of th's tendency during the ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 February 1911

m ) I 5? f 1 1 h It by. et 3 ) Scott County Kicker Published by Workers Printing Company", Benton. Mo. Board of- Directors: l.M."H"i'nnT. ,1'ilhls Alhrecbt. J. H. Brannm, Lnri ns S'-ver, Alex Thnmnsim. Phil A. Hafner. Editor. A. Q Mill nr. crvttri nnd Tress. THE OLD-TIME PARLOR. There used to be In almost every ru ral bom- in the country a sacred roo-.t--the "parlor." Every revder ISprob r.bly familiar with it. for it still ex!?,.', though not so universally U it did years ago, when no home in the land. In village, hamlet, or 00 farm. KM considered complete or woll-cqulppcd vithout thin dlsi: :.l apartment care fully shuttered in ag.Inst air and IUD light; a Jar of waxwork en the center table; a collection -it curious odds and ends on the what-not in the corner; mottos and chromes on the wall; a viv It' Ingrain or Brussels carpet on the floor. Tho sound of festivity sol Bom p r etrated the g'.jcm of thll ar lor. - ,' the Philadelphia Press. At rare ervals distinguished visitors Were...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 February 1911

; MISSOURI STATE NEWS ' 1 Milium The Mule In Demand. MOM1 driven vehicles may or may not be supplanting tiie horse, but it la a certainty that they are not making any headway against the Missouri mule. Not since the Doer war has there been such a demand for the long-enred draft "llirasls as now. In the laBt month the sales of mules in the Kansas city marlwt has been "0 or 40 per cent higher than in anv oth er month in the last ten ye;irs." One large tirm at Kansas City estimated the sales of the last month at 4,800 by commission concerns an. I a like num ber by dealers. Ami the price, too, has advanced with the increased sales, practically doubled for some grades. Trr type most In demand for use in Africa during the war was a small animal avenging 14U hands in hetghi. Such animals could be bought on the Kansas City market In 1901 for 70 to $lo:,. To-day the same type of animal Is worth 8188 to 1210. Other types have advanced as much. The present heavy demand for mules, dealer say. I...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 February 1911

epss ci eat state step Ch) unflt Ch; atsd !Mk rendelil. by, aj- tie" ( T. e. fit Kt -pp F t; 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby ar.iiirtine niyatiit us. a candidate ,'or xht pffioe of super-Inte- ,it f ptib:t' oCiiool of Scott courty, subject to tho will of the voters nt tho annual school meet ings, Tuesday, April 4, 1011. CHARLES HA KRIS KEEP ON PUSHING 1 We are Mill crowded for space but will tell you briefly how we on getting along. At the time of vrlting (Wednesday) we have l33 for february, 1011. against 133 for February, 1011, against We haw yet five days left, ami a little effort all along the line will run it up ti 175. Among the hustlers Earlie Stin kard of Bleda neighborhood head the lift with five subs. J. T. Huc. of Blodgett and H. D. Miller of 'Vmtnerce, play second fiddle "lth Tour each ; G. W, Mlnter, of andywooilj drops in third with i we: Chns. Oliver, of Hooe, and !ex Thompson, of Blodgett. two ch. whi'e Gustav Hilleman and Mi Daugherty of Commerce; J. Green and Miss l.ura ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 March 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., MARCH 4. NO 15 HINTS AT MODERN PROGRESS. Edison Says the Farm of the Future will be Operated by a Push -Button and a Lever. --Gold $25 per Ton. These are days of prog rem, and the people as a whole know very little about the advances made In science and Invention. It is to the interest of the present ruling lass to keep things as they are. and they throw every obstacle in the way of progress, so that tli" present order of things may not be interfered with. "There is no thing new under the sun," we are taught, and this is as big a Lie as much clise we are taught. We, of the United States, boast of our "enlightenment.'' "The most enlightened nation on earth'' our politicians and educators tell us. when, in fact, wo rank with Russia and Mexico. The mass of our people are but little better off. And when we consider thai we have free schools and the bal lot, we must consider ourselves bigger chumps than the Russians or Mexicans. Science and invent...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 March 1911

-rr .' ...TT ..EF: If' i ) fgWg County Kicker Published by Workers Printing Company, Benton, Mo. Board of Directors: c! M. Weaver. Julius J Albri-cht. J. it. Branam, lorens siver, Alex Thompoon. rhii a. Hefner, Editor, A. Q. Miller. Secretary and Tim fc- HUNTING AND FOOTBALL. Thirteen men were killed while on hunting PXCUntOBl In this stale In thf brief open season. Tliat Is the mini ber of young men killed In football In , the Whole country this year, or as many P nnsylvanlans as have died from this cause In n century. These figures arc Offered not to prove that football Is without a certain amount ol risk, but to show that all human oc cupations are occompanied by some dangers, says the Philadelphia Inqulr er. The .aw of averages is a remark able one. It indicates that about a certain number of persons die each year from fortuitous causes and If one class is lacking the other supplies the deficiency. Parents who arc Afraid their boys will be Injured or killed playing football may ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 March 1911

I NEWS FROM MISSOURI nn$t Penitentiary Facte. For the benetit of organized labor of Missouri, which Is made of 85,000 wage earning men ond women and so that the legislature will have facta and figures when the measure provid ing for the abolition of the present convict leasing system, comes up for consideration, the bureau of labor statistics has collected some valuable and Interesting information dealing with the prison shops in the peniten tiary at Jefferson City. The prison made boots and shoes, clothing, har ness, leather goods, saddle trees and other products, turned out by tie nine convict labor shops of the Jefferson City penitentiary in 1909, were given the calue of 13,997,811 by the contrac tors. The value of some manufactur ing wholly done in outside additions is not included here, but is covered elsewhere. It required the labor of 1, t!S4 convicts to produce the same, for which the state was paid $:'.10,:'.'J1.70. in addition to the workers, .Missouri also had to furnish ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 March 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Published by the WORKERS' PRINTING CO. Benton, Mo. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. Julius Albrocht, J. H. Branam. C. Iff. Weaver, Lawrenz Stiver, Alex. B. Thompson. Phil. A. Hafner Editor. A. Q. Miller, Secretary-Treasurer. Subscription, per year $1.00. Six month. 60c. 8 months, 35c. NOW FOR MARCH. The grain for the month Just closed over February oT last year is 44 subscriptions. Of course there is no room for serious kick ing: so long as gain, but the (rain is not as large as was indi cated b.v the activity during the first -week of the month. In fact, nearly tho entire gain was made during the first ten days. It Is regretable that. a it now appears, the "Lazy List' will contain a majority of stock-holders. A few have already pro duced their nine subscribers and more, but larger number have done nothing. Ait ym in that nothing 'ist? If so, wake up and do something during March. Some 30 stock holders have been Added since January, and these should get busy a s:.. We do not...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 March 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., MARCH n, i911 NO 16 THE TRUTH WILL SURVINE. Legislative Investigation Proves Crimes Charged to La bor in Colorado were Committed by Capital. It was about seven years ago that the Kicker began telling you of the trouble between the mine owners and the mine workers In the west ch'.efly in Colorado- The story of the lawlessness and an archy of the ruling class was so outrageous that many of you did not believe It. The capitalist pa pers were telling you that the workingmen were the outlaws, and you prefered to believe that. You could not believe that the high-co'.la.rd gentlemen who build churches, endow colleges and ca thedrals, build free libraries and finance peace committees could be the very lowest type of criminals. When you were told that the working men and their families were driven out of Colorado by federal troops, the state militia and other hired thugs, you didn't believe It could be so bad in "free'' country, did you? When the big ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 March 1911

V' m Seott County Kicker Published by Workers Printing Company, Benton. Mo. Board of Directors C. M. Weaver. Jullua Albrecht. J. H. Branam, Lorrni plover, Phil A. Hnfner. Editor. Secretary nnj Trias. Alex Thompson. A. Q. Miller. OUT OF THE FARM. The urban conception of the farm In winter Is one of snug comfort and drowsy case. Its external appenranco showing, as In the familiar pictorial Ideal of n snow-bound farmhouse, with a shoveled path leading through a giite to a radiant window, through , which one peers In fancy and discerns ft happy family clustered round : lamp, says the Philadelphia Press. The MM Is that the farmer has little or nothing to do In the daytime but sit inside his horn and feed the stock; the wife knits; the children go to school. It Is a charming picture, not always true to life. There Is no time ! tn the year when there Is cessation : from toll on a farm. It Is different In j winter; that Is all. The days are shorter; the work rougher. Ot course, much depends...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 March 1911

I CONGRESS By paming (ho pension bill, with $153,000,000; the diplomatic and con sular, with $4,000,000, and the fortifl cations bill, with (6.000,000, the sen ate disposed of $163,000,000 In 20 min utes Friday. The sundry civil bill, carrying ap proximately $144,000,000, was adopted after a three-hour debate. After practically an all-night ses sion, marked with acrimonious debate, wrangling, ill feeling, filibustering by the Democrats against the postofflce appropriation and the btarlff board bills, and a sensational clash between Vice-President Sherman and Senator Stone of Missouri over a question of personal veracity, the senate had ad journed at 4 a. m. to meet at 10 o'clock. During the night session the senate Accomplished practically nothing In getting any business out of tfce way. Routine of Daily Proceedings. For the the first time during the Reslon the donate Monday, extended Its sitting through the night and did so without a recess, a motion to take one of two and a half h...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 March 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Published by the WORKERS' PRINTING CO. Benton, Mo. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. Julius Albrecht, J. H. Branam. C. M. Weaver, Lnwrenz Seyer, Alex. B. Thompson. Phil. A. Hafner Editor. A. Q. Miller, Secretary-Treasurer. Subscription, per Biz months. 60c. year $1.00. 8 months, 35c. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of super intendent of public schoos of Scott county, subject to the will of the voters at the annual school meet ings, Tuesday. April 4, 1911, CHARLES HARRIS Herein 1 announce myself as a candidate for the office of County Superintendent or Schools anil call your attention to a testimo nial from the school board where 1 am teaching, which appears be low. It shows my standing as a school man. I expect, if elected, to make the same trgh record h a superintendent. O. E McOEE. Chaffee. Mo.. Feb. 24. 1011 To the voters of Scott county. W point with pride to the effi ciency of the Chaffee pubic schools. Under the supervision of Prof....

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 March 1911

"7" SCOTT COUNTY VOL. X. BENTON, MO., MARCH 18, i911 NO 17 WHAT HAS CONGRESS DONE? jMM And the "Democratic" Confess to Meet Next Month Will be Just Like it Except for One Socialist. Let the Incoming Democratic Congress get after that Philip pine "frlair land deal," and let the probe be hoc Iced to the bot tom. There's richness there. Also though perhaps "a day after the ' fair," tihe people would like very i much to know all about the late Panama "secession" from the I Colombian Republic : ihow It came '.that Uncle" Sam's warships and marines were bo opportunely at hand on ittfue day of "liisuinrec--tlon." Much of historic Interest attaches to the affair, and nil Its attending Incidents should be placed in the limelight of public ity. Ironton Register. Say, Biv. Ake. I have quit "wasting time on what congress loes for it never does anything but waste the people's money tout 1 do read the Register. When the thing! you mention arc brought to light by a "Democrat ic congress," I want y...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 March 1911

Bcott County Kicker Published by Workeri Printing CorrISy, Board ot Directors: C Mo. M Wl Albreoht, J. u Alex Thompson A. Q. Miller llltl.m. Ki'iiiiiiii. unrrnM tfeyer Phil a. Hefner r-Mitor. Secretary ami Treat. HUSBANDS AS PROPERTY. Considerable satisfaction Will tic felt by mankind generally at the argument advanced by a married woman In a suit Involving another woman that "a husband Is property to a wife and r family, and to win him away Is noth ing short of stealing.'' So it Is the husband and not the wife that is the "human chattel." The admission con troverts the theory upheld through generations of feminist protest against the serfdom imposed by man on his domeitto partner through unequal mar riage laws, says the New York Herald. The honest confession that the con trary is the case has been secured at last, but at a cost to feminine con sistency which may be expected to bring its proper rebuke from every WOmtB'l club in the land. The fair plaintiff to secure her own ends has...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 March 1911

Mm mi n Hw i MISSOURI STATE NEWS i i State Treasurer Reports. The report of me transactions ot the state treasury Hied with Oov. Had ley by Treasurer Cowglll ahows the transactions and condition of the treasury as follows: Balance on hand January 31, $3,14-4,612.012; receipts dur ing the month of February $588, 707.49; disbursements during Feb ruary, $43.35; balance on hand Feb ruary IS, ,78,27.16, This general balance is held by the state deposi tories as follows: Cash and legisla tive script in the treasurer's vaults, $173,860.06; Exchange bank of Jeffer aon City, $177,992,44! First National bank, Jefferson City, $178,136.63; Na tional Bank of Commerce, Kansas City, $173,49.65; (ierman-Americaa Dank, Kt I mils 1.11 GO ni IfHhi Vail . rr- I 12 707 ,0 IZ ts Tr"7, St LUii' WVTfin.n. The funds of the state are secured by approved government, . 111 Rnd m".nJclPal bons ! "vine, oif.DB i. mi: v hi a- ""u"" ana an addi tional hf.f million dollars more of per sonal bonds given by the depos...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 March 1911

-1 v i j ANNOUNCEMENTS SSg? r the office of super intendent of public schoos of Scott county, subject to the will 0f the "Vl!" nnunl -h' nieet lngs, Tuesday, April 4, 191 1 CHARLES HARRIS or!11! !. annnce myself as a candidate for the office of Countv superlntendrnt of Rehool of Bcott courier, subject to the will of the lHV 2? an,nala hHl meet ings, Tuesday, April 4. 1011. O. E. McG E E FROM MORLEY. -Marvin Harris, who sold out re cently to Rev. Blaclcman of VaT duser, moved to Charleston this T2j " "aexman also moved : up tbLs week. Dr. Tate moved to the house re- I and Robt L.rslie nomJ iZl 7, "VVm. Riaei-s ----- An insurance man here thi- adjusting the damage to Bebout8 restaurant and blddiiut, nTto 'N,fr- fln'"! Mr Lin Uaobs a fLrt on Mondav. Bra-Tton Nation moved back to ni farm this week. Dr. SVtenr nutMi .... t.. . house We-lnestlav -U PROM VANDUSER, Ji E. Apfllavlini hmt . , i ... i.... . Q( u,, two r Mends left ! oran ion a speettar late Saturday i night and ware thrown fro...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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