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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 March 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., MARCH 25, i911 NO 18 . A- 1 I WHERE ARE WE AT? Is the United States the "ass.v lum qjf ttn MjWW l of all iiua ttocne," we Suave been taught? Si no. wtoy am we sending all a--vaillable twoops mtd warships to mhe Mexloam bowler Do aid that prima otf tyrants. President Dlaa, In suppressing the patriots fcheit are flighting for the name htag that our fore-fathers foughtt forLiberty 1 Burt there W a long reach from George Washington to over-fatted Bill Toft Imagine Washing ton, Jefferson. Jackson or Lin coln Unavellng to the (bonder to shake haiwte and swap split with a bloody tyrant that murders men, women and children because trtvey are siwppot?d oJ a des'.e tlhait the constitution o Mexico bp respeoted? Dear In mind IflMtt thi Is al that the present iPSTOdUttonlSti ask. Mexico Is supposed to b a republic It has a OOMtltUflca even better than ourns but. like ouin own, iitihias ibctm upat upon by men in aiurtjharlty until It amounts to nothing, a...

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 March 1911

fcott County Kicker uMlahed by Worker Printing Company". Denton, Mo. Board of blrectors: c. M. Weaver. Julius Albrennt. J. H. Branam. Lerens Beyer Alex Thompson. Phil A. Ilafner. Editor! A. Q Millar. Secretarv nml Trees. A BLOW TO TIPPINQ. The tipping evil has hecu dealt a crushing blow In the place wher above all others, it haa flourished ram pantly In this country. In New York, where every personal service, no mat ter how slight and well paid tor, call? for a gratuity, the discovery has been made that the real beneficiary 1 not always the persou the girt is intended for, but a kind of small trust which has been formed to rake In thia easy , money. Tn many places of public re sort In New York, free checkrooms are provided. From the majority of those whom he serves each check boy re ceives a tip. A concern came to the ifront not long ago and contracted with (the proprietors of many of these places to take charge of the check rooms. The rest was easy, says the Cleveland Lender. The b...

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 March 1911

m-mm I mm 1 II 1 M telB mjfmM mf m0RmrV&Z MmWP"Ji Ei C j - - . tJ. . ' a i si If yoti ever had an Idea that an In dividual banana might be worth anything at all In the land of Its origin, v. her, nevertheless, It 1 vegetable, fruit and staff of life together for Its raisers, that notion flees forever and always once you tfrop snehor off the great docks of the banana shippers on the American Isthmus. You may have found the place In spiring II you came In at times when banana loading was not on; but, ar rive here with the steamer that comes for the bananat, and you Mil never quite forget what transpires. Typical of such point Is Almlrante. up the river from Bocas del Toro. a province capital of the baby republic. The wharf hi re belongs to the fruit company. So does the four miles of railway running Inland and so do the plantation! out there. Tho vista Is a pretty one a.? one makes landing at the edge of a tropical forest, with lit tle thatch homes such as are met with near Colon....

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 March 1911

ANNOUNCEM ENTH 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. CHARLB8 HARRIS Herein I announce myself as a candidate for the office of County Buperlntwndrnt of school of Scott county, subject to the will of the voters at the annual school meet ings, Tuesday, April 4, 1911. O. E. MeGEE II ERE AND YONDER Wbat is all this muss and fuss about this talk of fraud and ehenanegin? Hasn't aavbodv a-ot a right to put up $730 and ta.ke " , , tfJ 5S B $77? auto" mobile? And is that not the per- whj jmiurwj ining to Uo.' Whv. of course it is. He who thinks dif ferently is not familiar with the speculative spirit of the free born American citizen. So quit your g-r-r-rowllng. The Weal gamb ler is a cheerful loser. Look pleas ant and come ajrain ' Casper Roth, JohnEnderlee nnd Dennis Diebold, officers of the here Tue dT omfnTd VioETf ESmTvV n,"?a'da....

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. — 1 April 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., APRIL 1 i911 NO 19 IN MILWAUKEE. It Is pretty certain that the I Socialists of Milwaukee will have a hard Tight In the elections there i for a time. The old parties have thrown off the mask and are out, mrm-and-arm, in the Open. With them arte as always Big Busi ness, the grafters, Gamblers, saloon-keepers and-THE CHURCH I There Isn't much doing up there in politics this spring, however the election of 'members of the school board I believe is the main . thing. Of (course such elections are al ways "non-political" to hear the old party politicians tell It. Bo also are the judicial elections "Above politics," they say Indl ratlng that politics are very low and dirty. Well, up in Wisconsin as else wherethe grafters" control the state government. So they just had a little law passed this win ter to take the school and judi cial elections out of politics. Clean people, you know. And It is so easy to pass a lnw when that law is wanted by the rulin...

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. — 1 April 1911

j Scott County Kicker Published by Wet I eei Printing Company". Benton. Mo. , Board of Director-", "c ; y, "wTver. Jiillua Allir,,!! T H It. I. I Alex SomMon, Phil A. Itafner, Rdltev! A. Q. Milter. geerets, and Trees. THE PRICE OF PROGRESS. The historic reluctance of oriental tOCS to Indulge in reforms If Ut.'le nr.- lerstood, tni t time Bnti experience will 'X plain. Theoc rUN are old In exper encr and In Wisdom. Therefor. . they ire always apprehensive of the Ultt luite or.ds to wnlch any reform will each. tile Detroit No.- . .1 a ' :r e i.is modernised rapidly, it enjoys the leneiits of a very Improved form of lovcrnmont. Out of this chant do retopS 11 gradual rise In the status of the musses and one of the conse quences Is a discontent. Alexander II f Russia emancipated M,ooo,ooo serf? In the si rins of 1M1, after giving Bit landowners and serf masters three years' nctfee to prepare for fie event Bid letting his own serfs free IS U examine. Ill 1S81 the son .it;. I da'lgh ters o...

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. — 1 April 1911

fta i: n. uil f I1LA5ANT A IRIINDor the fa D,MF.D firsiAs. -7r . i Hi ONE ol the larmeri' best friends, .he pheaeant, has been long neglected by Amer lean agrtrulturaltSta, but the ttlOVemenl for a widespread Introduction of 'he raluable bird into the United S'at? is rapidly gaining (round as tli- pre eminent merits of the pbratMt are KCOgnltOd. It is matchless as a destroyer --i' insect pest! and as :i fame bird It rivals 'ho native American Species. As It can easily be reared In captivity and ean be kept Mtnl-domtstlclifld in tho Vicinity In which It Is reared It will prove in many ways n valuable m to 'he farmer The phe:i.i:.- Is naturally an Insec tivorous blld The variety of till In sect food o! the pheasant Is laig' it than any other bird, P" far as known. iBVntigatti.n shows that over 130 varieties of Insects Including earth worms, are eaten by this bird, and doubtless many mora Will b-- added to the list on furtber Investigation. The pheasant is especially fond of small rode...

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. — 1 April 1911

I SCOTT COUNTY ifipvpD 1 Published by the I WORKERS" PRINTING CO. Benton, Mo. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. J"W i Albrecht, J. H. Branam, C. M. Weaver, Lawrens Seyer Alex. B. Thompson. Phil. A. Hafner,.. Editor. A. Q. Miller, Secretary-Treasurer. Subscription, per year $1.00. Six months. 60c. 8 months, 85c. 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, 1011. CHARLES HARRIS Herein I announce myself as a candidate for the office of Countv superintendrnt of school of Scott county, subject to the will of the voters at the a.nnual school meet ings, Tuesday. April 4. 1011. O. E. MeOEE SOCIALIST LOCLAS MEET Macedonia 2d ami 4th Tucs days in each month, Qustav Ml Hilleman. Sec. Commerce. P o. Hooe Third Sunday In each I month. R, K. McClanahan. Sec. ; Mor ley p, o. Edna. 2d and 4th Thursdays ; In each month. J. W. Jacob. Sec. Chewninp s Chape...

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. — 8 April 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., APRIL 8 i911 NO ao BERGER IN WASHINGTON. The only bright spot on thr po litical horlcon Is the tremendous growth of the Socialist movement At every election reported from any part of the nation It Is one -continuous performance gain, .gain, victory! As the Kicker goes to press the result of Tuesday's elections' thruout the country cannot be given, except that na : ny more Socialists will be In of fice next week. Capitalism of the whole coun try centered on Milwaukee. There was but one alderman-at-large to elect. The Democrats and Re publicans fused and may have elected their man. But by next year even fusion will not help them for the Socialists will have a majority over all. Victor Burger, the lone Social ist congressman, is in Washing ton In attendance at the extra session called by the president and he knows what he is there for. In this he is dearll.v an ex ception. He represents Labor while the other fellows claim to represent ' the Iden...

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. — 8 April 1911

I I f 1 It BSSSSSjii Beott County Kicker Published by Workers Pnntlnn Company, Benton, Mo, Board of Directors: C. M. Denver. Julius Albrecht, J. H. Bra nam, Loretn gever, Alex Thompson. Phil A. lljfn, r Kdltur. A. Q. Miller. Secretary mid rr- Published Every Saturday. Subscription Price. $1,00 Per Year, CIVIC CONSCIOUSNESS. A New York lecturer In a recent ad drees undertook to demonstrate that Bome of the practices of Immigrants in this country, which are trouble ion;? to the authorities', have their or. igtn in the best Intentioni and may be easily corrected when lb.S require ments of the American environments are made clear to the new arrivals. To Illustrate hi point he told an In teresting stc.ry. A certain Immigrant mother of numerous offspring was several tiu.es baled to court and lined tor hurlU her asbei into the cltJT street on which the lived, says the Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin, with ihlloeophlc submission to arbitrary governmental tyranny she paid her fines and wen; her ...

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. — 8 April 1911

( V ME't&lMZATr & T : Roosevelt (lam, near Phot x. Ariz . Which was recently put Into servles with a celebra 'in kt Which Colon! Roosevelt waa the guest of honor, Is the i ne of one of the i;r attst lrti -.lion projects aver built. The dam itself Is one of the largest In the vorld. 'I he lake tlie dam mates is said to be the largest artificial body of water in the world. Behind the dam, when i ne lake is full, will be 11,000,000,000 eallons of water. This quantity of water, in irrigation terms, is 1,300,000 acre-feet, or enough to cover 1,100,000 'icres with one foot of water. There ire about 24,(i0 acres to be irrigated by water from the dam. so there al ways will be water In plenty and to epnre. About seventy miles northeast of Phoenix, Ariz., the Salt River runs, hrougli a deep and narrow gorge. cross this gorge the Roosevelt dam was bull!, a wedge-shaped wall of masonry 2si feet high. MS feet thick Hid 200 feet wide at the base, 20 feet thick and 1,000 feet wide at the t...

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. — 8 April 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Entered at the postoffiee at Ttenton, Mo., Feb. 14, 19012. as 2d class mail matter. HARRIS WINS IN A WALK. As the Kicker goes to pre It Is evident that Charles Harris was elected School Superintend ent over Prof. McGee by an over whelming majority. The follow ing school districts have been heard from and indicates the geu eral result: School. Harris. McGee Bugg 18 8 Fornfelt 162 52 lllmo McGee s majority, 6r. Sikeston Harris' majority, 53. Blodgett .11 18 Morley 01 3!i Hickory Grove 13 1 Lusks All for Harris. Ellis 28 2 Graysboro .. 7 7 Macedonia it o Tleasant Hill IT. 0 Head n 8 Commerce 60 27 Benton 72 1" Oran 104 30 New Hamburg 32 13 Cross Plains 32 2 Piebold 10 11 Kelso 86 2 Sehere ( l Vaiuluser 2" 10 Crowder l sandy Prairie 10 i Claypool 10 0 Uiehista.lt 22 10 Hunter (Richland)... 0 2 Mound 7 1 Greer 14 0 WELL. WHAT OF IT? L s. Norman ami .?. H. p.ni wlngert have purchased a new automobile. Mr. Belsswlngerl drove it from St. Louis to lllmo It is an Autocar,...

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. — 15 April 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., APRIL i5 i91 1 NO ai THERE IS NO From all Over the Country Ureal Wains and many A noticeable feature of the elec tion returns this week is the fre quency with which some victory over the Socialists Is chronicled. But, bless you, do you think this Is dicouraglng the Socialists? No, Indeed. This is the first year Any body has really cared to crow over their defeat. It proves that they are no longer a negligible quantity. They have put them selves on the map. From now on the Socialists will get Into the quotations regularly. St. Louis Daily Star, April 7. From every quarter of the na tion comes the same good MWl for the Socialists gain, gain victory! In St. Louis and Chl-a-go the Socialists nearly doubled their vote over last fall. St Louis came within 20 votes of elect ing a Socialist afuerman from the tenth ward and there Is ev ery reason to believe he was e lected, but counted out. The St. Louis Star says: "Active preperations are being made ...

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. — 15 April 1911

Beott County Kicker Published by Workorr. Printing Company, . Benton. Mo. Board of lilrectors; C. M. Weaver. JulTui Albrerht. J. H. Hrnnam, r.nrens Hover. Alex Tnnmri-'on. Mill A. Hiefner. F.dltor. A. Q. Miller. Secretary and Troa PubTuWed I Every Saturday. . Subscription Price, 1.00 Per Year. SELF-PEN I ALS IN EDUCATION. Speaking of the driveling life a youth must undergo these days and the many influences that war with clean life, clean thoughts and line aspirations, Cornelia A. P. Conner, in "A Letter to the Rising Generation," in the Atlantic, says: "I don't ap prove," your fathers and mothers say anxiously, "but I hate to keep Tom and Mary at home when all the other children are allowed to go ' These parents arc conscientious and ener getic in looking after Tom's teeth and eyes, and Mary's hair, tonsils and na sal passage, but seem utterly uncon scious that mental rickets and CUrVO" ture of the soul Die far more deform ing than crooked teeth and adenoids. If those children 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. — 15 April 1911

A Typographical Error By JANE LUDLUM LEE "Ifi no use. MM. the I.nr.l "'T.1 7 uto be verjr l,a""- una world. I II have to take what can Ml nd be thankful." Edna looked up with a bortd ex- I'icseiuii. swum pvupil Boo t d even what they got." 'serve The two girls wsre directly opposite types. Eleanor was tall, graceful high strung, nervous, full of lif,. and energy. Her most attractive ! ature.t were her eyes, dark and deer Ht, with a lunging, unsatisfied expression. Edna was a type much 1. Interest ing, coiu. pni.gmatlo ami clear-sight' m . u uuea .matter woman, to colorless gray eyes. with . On the bi d n11itt-l,i blF.,1 .1 .... t . ..... iinh in- hi i mi mrmr 1 only women can appre, tt, upon E2L" ; 1 re ? n i a (.,,,, U . CC , . """ .ivwiav. o at'rn.e-: live mat one eo ild almost wih for an Illness as an excust to v ear thi ::; Sur. rounded by these pretty Ibtngl thai women love, sat Eleanor Godfrey who tomorrow would he the bride o) Tom Grant "There's one t).i-;e I ran rev r r"- gr...

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. — 15 April 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Entered at the postofflce at Benton, Mo., Feb. 14, 1902, as 2d class mail matter. HARRIS MAJORITY, 450. The official returns of the vote for school commTssiotier were low in arming from some dis tricts, although the law requires them to be in within five oavs. Tuesday evening li'uio bad not yet reported, but the majority th re is given cut es W fo M?Ge'c which gives Harris a majentv of 459 in the county. About 2, 500 votes were polled in all. Last week the Kicker gave Harris a majority at Sikeston. It should have been McGee. HERE AND YONDER. J. R. Shultz and others of Forn lelt were here Monday before the board of equalization trving to equalize things up there. The Fomfelt school board has decid ed to "ico after" its sharp of tho school money that the patriots propose to use in building a new J ball at Stike's hall Monday night court house. Since the discovery April 24 The lodg" will mot at 01 this "hold up" there is some ' at the City Hall and, at 7 o'clock, r...

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. — 22 April 1911

w,1 1 " " "" lJJ3,TnLU!-WW r I SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., APRIL 22 i911 NO aa m IS IT LAW OR ANARCHY? If there is anything the people have an bundance of, it la law! In Missouri we have three big books aJI full of law. Then we have the national statutes and the ordinances of the cities and towns. And we keep steadily n t It making more law! We have over 16,000 different rules and regulations, that we call laws, governing our daily actions and Ignorance of the lea.st of these is no excuse for tlieir violation! Could savagery or barbarism be more cruel and unjust especially when the laws are so muddled that men who make law a life-study cannot un derstand them? Borne unfortunate cltlten is ar rested for violating some rule or law of which lie was perhaps ig norant or did not understand He is dragged into court. If lie is poor he seeks ,-the mercy of tlio court" and pleads guilty or the court appoints an attorney to defend him. which practically amounts to the same thing....

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. — 22 April 1911

Boott County Kfoher Published by Workers Printing Company, Benton, Me. j Steam of BireotonT 8 w. Weaver, Jullua Albrerbt. J. H. tlranam. l.oren Sever, I aict i nomppon. mil A. Harrier. I'Oltor, A. Q. Miller. Seeretaxy and Treaa. POLITENESS. The decay of French politeness has become a subject for passing concern on the part of the French themselves. It has been frequently remarked by visitors to France, who have alleged a change In French manners within the period of their recollection, says th Charleston News and Courier. The same phenomenon is something al leged of the weather in New Eng land. Scientific meteorologists pooh pooh this. They declare it to be ail out of the question for climate to be materially affected except by Imper ceptible processes requiring ages to how result. So as to politeness iu France; soma contend that the change Is more apparent than real Most of those taking part in the con troversy insist or admit it to be a fact. These urge that the causes be Identifi...

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. — 22 April 1911

4... I ..'.." alfo. Some New Designs "YE OLDE CHESHIRE CHEESE" An Historic English Tavern Made Fa mous by Such Man as Oliver Gold smith, Ben Jonson and Others. FR E E 1. A costume of mustard colored I black velvet tie. Black hat, wltn doth, with lace jabot and silk rever mustard tatin crown trimmed with with blurred pattern Mack satin sash black osprey, fastened with a cameo. edged with silk fringe, satin cu ffs and high stand up collar. At the neck the costume Is finished with a cameo and NEW USE FOR THE OLD SHAWL' Pago green crepe de chine, with black satin and black and gold embroidery. COAT FOR SMALL BOY. Summer Wraps and Matinees Are Be ing Made From Delicate Finery Worn Long Ago. Any plrl whoso mother or grand mother baa a silk shawl, no matter w hat the size, should endi avor to have It given to her Just now the love liest summer wraps and matinees aro being made from them, and the fact that the delicate material need not be cut Is apt to make tho owner more willing to transf...

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. — 22 April 1911

8COTT COUNTY KTCKEB. Entered at the postorfice at Benton, Mo., Feb. 14, 1902, as 2d class mail matter. IT WOULD BE DIFFERENT. From the St. Louis Star. The new Socialist Mayor of Beatrice, Neb., who drove a de livery wagon at $10 a week prior to his election, says: "If some of the smart people who think they have managed the ci ty's affairs so well in the past will step aside, refrain from try ing 'to thwart my plans and give me a chance to make good, I promise an administration where economy is applied, and I will neither sell nor give away the peoples lights." What an ideal state of affairs it would be If a city could have a Mayor it could Just let alone and be sure he would neither sell nor give away the people's rights." FROM THE SOUTHEAST Peter Swaim and Harris Bisel are in jail at Farmington charg ed with the murder of J. J. Tay lor, an inmate of the Farmington insane asylum where these young men were attendants. When ac cused of mistreatinc Taylor they pled guilty to common as...

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