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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 29 April 1911

r.. 1 I' V SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, M0.( APRIL 29 i91 1 NO 23 a - t THE SOCIAIST MOVEMENT. Gains in Illinois Last Week Surprising. Famous Maga azine Writer Comments on Spaing Elections. E. Russell iin Coming Nation. K day of .progress a day of 5romlse. We have the confirma tion of the great victory that was won for Socialism by the workers of the country last No vember. The future of the move ment is no longer to be question ed! or doubted. Here is our task shaped ready to our hands. Com rades who upheld the red banner during the long, dark years when there seemed no flieker of hope; comrades who followed and led in turn; comrade but newly pledged to the great work of hu jnnnity look about you! Socialism Is nt the threshold. It is the dawning of the era Tor which you dreamed and sacrific ed and strove. This vast army of MENTALLY emancipated march ing oo to Industrial, social, po litical emancipation has sprung into being in answer to the truths you spoke and the ideals yo...

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. — 29 April 1911

Boott County Klekmr Published by Works'rs Printing Company, Benton, Mo. Board of Director: C M. Weaver. Julius Albreoht, J. H. Rrnimm. lxirrnt Sever. Alex Thompson. I'hll A. Hofner, Editor. A. Q. Miller. Secretory and Treas. ELIMINATING SPACE. Of device for the elimination of pare there Is no end. There can be none, until the people stop progress ing. Occasionally a project is pro pOfod of more than usual daring. The particular prize for which the coin men in 1 world Is now striving is the trade of South America, says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. North Amer ica ;:nd Europe each want the bull; of It The natural advantage which this continent possesses lias so far been more than balanced hy Euro DMH aggressiveness. And now Eu rope proposes to cut in two the time distance that separates her from tho object of her commercial longing. It Is figured that five days are lonfl enough to transport European goods to South American consumers. Tc establish such a Schedule involves en gineerlng 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. — 29 April 1911

TV ..... . rVr T I ) : i The Strange By SUSANNE (Copyright, Ull, bj Aeeoelated Utwwr Fim) Bo they all went to the lawyer's. None of then had paid much atten tion to old Nelson Blake while, he lived In hi humble little home on the lonely mountain aide. But now that they had been summoned to the read ing of his will the lawyer's office was crowded with expectant relatives. Who had dreamed the old man had anything to will? Sharp eyes asked this of each other while lips spoke commonplaces. "Any of my aforenamed relatives who deBlrc to participate in a share of my property must permanently take up residence In my home on the moun tain," read the lawyer monotonously. "Any such person while In residence there to whom I may give a personal summons shall present evidence of such summons to my lawyer, who Is Instructed to make over my property to said person. Any attempt at fraud ulent evidence will be useless, M my lawyer and myself understand each other thoroughly." .ludaon Blake, sitting 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. — 29 April 1911

SCOTT COUNT! KICKER. Entered at the postoffice at Benton, Mo., Feb. 14, 1902, as 2d class mail matter. 'APRIL ALL RIGHT. Aa we go to press Wednesday we have 90 subs, for April, with Sow days to play on. This make ,lt certain that we will go little beyond April last year, when we got 94. E. L. Gram mar, of Illrao, did it. He drop 'ped ,ln with a bumeh from his neck of the woods: Illrao W. P. Messier & Co., T If. Pate, W. L. Reed, J. A. Max well, (H. A. Dickey, W. H. Shaw. L. K. Parker, J. Tunnel), Fred Lake, W. II. irvin. Fornfelt. M. V. Grepr .1 t Kew. Sam Cannon, H. Miffln F M. iScherer, A. Adams, Val. Mess- mer, Hugo Sandroe, Daniel Cieor- fjer. ) Oran. J. D. Bowman, M. Winer New Hamburg Ales. Dunbar. Commerce H. D. Miller. Benton. J. H. Shetton. Blodgett. J. A. Collins. Crowder T. C. Bryant. Morehouse Miss Annie Collier. W, T. Shain, Gossett. III. : Emil Legrand. EIReno, Okla. A LARGE PETITION. w auiKton. Auril Klnav fllr.ll. . -tf nousano citizens of the United r-tates petit...

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. — 6 May 1911

F1! BSSSSSSSSSSS --SSr j TH MfMM SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., MAY 6, i911 NO 24 THE KIDNAPPED Apparently Another Frame Idaho Outrage. --Labor The more I read of rthe kidnap ping of throe workingmen three weeks ago, and chargkng them with the wrecking of the bildlng -of tbe Los Angeles Times, and other crimes, the more It appears to line that the labor skinners of thin country are losing their rea sontheir heads. So that my readers may under stand, I will! briefly review the cause of (all this. For several years a bitter war has been car ried on between the Manufactur er's Association and organized Labor on the Pacific coast the employers declaring that the.v would wreck union labor at any cost. The Los Angeles Times was the mouth-piece cr the employers In that territory. Last year the Time building was blown up and 28 employes "burned up. The em ployers, without the slightest ev idence to Mipport them, at once charged the explosion to union labor. But the evidence a 11 t...

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. — 6 May 1911

9eott County Kicker Fubllthed by Worker Printing Company, Benton. Mo. B5S3 of Directors: C. M. Wcavtr. Julius Albrecht, J. 11. Branani. Loroni Sever, Alex Thompson. Phil A. llafner. Editor. A. Q. Miller. Secretary nnd Treiw. Entered In the pnstofrice at Benton. Mo., as second. -class matter. Published cvi ry Saturday, Subscription jirlcc $1.00 p r year. COLLEGE MEN WHO FAIL. In every college there Is a class of never-do-wells, generally coniposil of the sons of the rich. They go to 001 lege for the life there, to take port In Eorial festivities, etc.. and they care very little about study. College Is to them merely an excuse for persuading their parents to permit them to spend four years In riotous laxiness. At some colleges there are special cours es, "easy courses," for such pupils. The college Is not to be blamed for the Inherent weakness of those men although blame does attach to them for permitting students to wane their opportunities and their time. The smaller collenes are- m...

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. — 6 May 1911

if lL4 I I I f l 1 1 i AFTER 7 YEARS SUFFERING I Was Cured by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound . Waurika. Okla. "I had female trotu me ior seven years, was all run down. I and so nervous I could not do any- vmna. xne doctors treated me for dir. f rent things but did me no good. I i got so bad that I COnld not sleen dav or night. While In I this condition I read I of Lydia . Pink. I rum a vegetable Compound, and In trail its una u wrote to Mrs. Plnkham for advice, in a short time I had gained my average wumubhu am now strong aim well. Mrs. Salt.ie Stevens, K. F. D., No. 8, Box 31, Waurika, Okla. Another Grateful Woman. Huntington, Jlass. "I wasinaner Tous, run down condition and for three years could find no help. - owe ray present good health to Lydia E. I'inkham's vegetable Com- i .ounanna uiooa iurmer which 1 bo- eve saved my life. "iy doctor knows what helped me and does not say one word against It." Mrs. Mari Janette Bates, Box 134, Huntington, Mass. Because your case is a...

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. — 6 May 1911

CIRCUIT COURT DOINGS. Concerning the Insurance Tax Fund said to belong to the town schools of the county, court has matter wider advisement. "Wm. Partis, forgery, continued at cost of defendant. Ed Manning and W. T. Tate were paroled. The following divorces were granted: Mary Baker, Jno Mon roe, Peter Gallasso, Katie Gallo way, J, C, Taylor, Jno. Holloway, Mollie Sharp, Lucy Vance, Victo ria "Willis, Florence Winders, Jas. R. Simpson, Carrie Spencer, M. E. Logan, J. w, Stewart, Mary Sim mons, Letha Brown, Emogeue Wallace. Nellie Key. The following divorces were denied: Mollie Foreman, Clyde Tisdel, Carrie Kinsey, Irene Dan iels. And the following were dis miissed by the plaintiffs: G. A. Hawkins ft Annie Hawkins : Min ji.e Sherori'VH J. E. Sheron: Maud Anderson vs'W. A. Anderson: Min nke Terry ,vh "Jodie Terry ; J. YV. Violet vs Cora Violet; Lacy James vs Chas James: Edna Har grave vs Luther Hargrave. Union Lumber and Mfg. Co. vs J. R. "Young, note. Continued by consent. Unuon Lumbe...

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. — 13 May 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., MAY 13, i9H NO aS 1 THE SAME OLD STORY. Because there are a number of patients at the Farmlng-bon in sane asylum from this county the Kicker has beon asked to give an account of the conditions there. The Kicker does not like to deal with the nasty mess. I had deci ded to leave this to the papers that support the system that produces these conditions. But I can't well afford to ignore a special request. The conditions at Farmington are the same as at any public in stution where affairs have been made public rotten to the core. The men In chirge are not there because they are good men and competent. They are there be cause they had the 'pull ' Just the same as quite all public ap pointees under capitalism. Where an institution Is uridw Democrat ic control, the Republicans ex plain it by saying that that is the cause. Where an institution is under Republican control, the DpimxM-atH tell u that that ex plains It. But the fact remains Hint graft, ...

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. — 13 May 1911

it fggg County Kicker KKS53 Worker 'Printing Company, .... BSSSSj M?: award of Directors: C. M. Wtaver, Julius Albrecht, J. II. Brnnam, Loreni Sever, Alex Tnomppon. Phil A. llafnor. Kdltor. A. Q. Miller. Secretary and Treas. Rntered In the postofNie at Benton. Mo., an second-cltifs matter. Published every Saturday. Subscription price $1.00 per year. PLANT TREES. If In 75 years the present supply of timber In tbls country will be exhaust ed, at the present rata of consumption, the admonition to plant tree becomes eloquent with meaning. There is great value In trees, says the Kansas City Times. The big lumber fortunes have been made In the main, not In buying and selling lumber, nor even In manufacturing lumber for sale, but In buying vast tracts of timber land and holding them for the inevitable advances In timber rrices Incldeut to the rapidly decreasing supply. Now. it would not profit any man or cor poration to buy large areas of land that could be profitably used for agri culture...

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. — 13 May 1911

Facts About Motherhood The experience of Motherhood ! s tug one w icon, women and marks uouy an epocn in their lives. Not vone woman in a hun dred is prepared or understands how to jproperly care forher. self Of course near ly every woman now. ' adays has medical treatment at the 'time of child-birth, )but many approach the exDeripncn with an organism unfitted for the trial of strength, and when the strain is over her system has received a shock from which it is hard to recover. Follow log right upon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and distinct change in the mother results. There is nothing more charming than a happy and healthy mother of chil dren, and indeed child-birth under right conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty. The unexplalnable thing is that, with all the evidence of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, women will persist in going blindly to the trial. It isn't as though the experience came upon them...

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. — 13 May 1911

BUNCOED AGAIN. During the last campaign the Democratic slogan was. "Shall the people ruile?" Their answer to, "Not if we can help It." Now for the proof. I will any nothing about their recent action in ignoring the people In the building of a new court house to cost $75,000. But In May, 1010, the farmers un ion passed and presented a reso lution asking that the office of highway engineer be abolished. The court gave the farmers the borse-laugh and re-employed Mr. (Warner at $1,500 per year. Then the farmers circulated pe titions demanding of the court to submit the proposition to a vote at the November election, as pro vided by law. These petitions were numerously signed and pre sented to tne court In August. In spite of the law, the peti tions were ignored. Along about the middle of Oc tober "the party" began to smell something. The danger signal was hung out. The court was hurriedly assembled and the proposition demanded by the far mers ordered submitted just in the nick o' time. ...

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. — 20 May 1911

MMSP -'- SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., MAY 20, i9ll NO 26 v THE GREAT PATRIOTS. Congressmen are great when It comes to protecting the lives and property of American citizens SOMETIMES! A few battles have been fought between the Mexican federals and rebels near the American Mexican line, and near 'American cities. When these battles occur the people climb on the house tops to watch the slaughter Just as the half-clvlllied of any community will run to "enjov" a street fight and it often hap pens that the "innocent by-stand er" gets hurt. And so It Is on the border. i 1 Last week the flerces battle of the revolution was fought at Jaurez, across the border from El Paso, Texas. Some of the But inakeys on the American side get shot. Immediately the press dis patches told of the indignation of congressmen at Jeopardizing American lives and property. An excuse for intervention is, of routs, the motive power behind this grand-stand patriotism. Five years ago three labor of ficials...

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. — 20 May 1911

f Bcott County Kicker Publish by Worker PrfntTng Company, Benton, Mo. Board of blrrotorn: C. M. WHW, Jullue Albrceht. J. H. Bmniun. Lorpns S'vr, Alex Thompnon. Phil A. Hafncr. KJitor. A. Q. Miller. Secretary and Train Entered in the post riffle at Denton, Mo., an Becond-class matter. Published every Saturday. Subscription price 11.00 per year. A SCENTLESS NATION. The department of agriculture hat recently called attention to the back wardness of this country as a produc er of the particular kind of crops that go to the making of perfumes, says the Washington Post. Swift In the development of other Industries, we have been extremely neglectful of our opportunities In this particular, since, It la claimed, we can raise In one part of the United States or another all of the plants needful for an Innum erable variety of sweet odors, from ylang ylang to attar or roses. This information doubtless Is tnteuded to serve as a timely spur to our indus trial and commercial lethargy. And yet the...

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. — 20 May 1911

POTATO PROFITS IN IDAHO ,,nto.kccount Producer of profit fop the man who tills the soil We hear about the romance of Wheat, the kingly rule of Corn, the commercial dignity of Oats and Alfal fa. of Barley and Rye, and we count them as sources of great wealth for those who make the earth their serv ant. But, granting to the grains and for ages the credit that Is due, there are wide stretches of land In Idaho pro ducing cash yields from potatoes that make the average grain production of states farther east appear exceedingly small. And there are so many more acres, of the same kind, that have not yet been given a chance to show what they en do, that the money-making possibilities of Idaho, so far as pota toes alone are concerned, cannot be estimated. Idaho won national publicity In 1910 M the result of the awarding of prizes 1 x souu and 250, given by Mr D E Burley of Salt Lake City, I tah. 'for the beat and second best yields of potatoes produced on n slnele P r land In territory trib...

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. — 20 May 1911

WORKERS' PRINTING CO. Benton, Mo. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. Julius 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. Biz months. 60c. 3 months. 35c. DONE IT AGAIN! The trust busters have smash ed Standard Oil again. Monday the United States court "handed down'' that lonir - lonke.1 - for decision and solemunly dissolved j the Standard Oil monopoly. Of course, if they could dlsolve Standard Oil, then all other trusts -would be In danger. But ' the joke of it all Is that all stocks ' advanced on the New York ex-I change on the very next day and Standard Oil Went Up 5 1-2 points. Read this: New York. May 10. The stock market was Stronger today than it has been for weeks. The opinion of bankers is that the j Standard Oil decision baring been more fhan discounted, will mark the beginning of an up-' ward turn in security values and ' in the expansion of trade. The first effect of th...

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. — 27 May 1911

' f " IT"" -...... . SCOTT VOL. X. BENTON, MO., MAY 27, i911 NO 27 ' -. -v":"'1. " 1 COUNTY KICKER ARE THE HIGH SCHOOLS GOING SOCIALIST?! Significant Speeches bj the Contest at the State Normal, Cape Onardeau. I came near missing a great treat recently. The Capaha Ar row Is published by the students at the Cape Girardeau Normal. On opening it I noticed that It contained the speeches of the atudents In an oratorical contest And was about to dump it into the waste basket. In the "past it has been the practice for these students to get 'off speeches about some wholesale murderer called a "hero,'' or some slobber about 'our country.'' or "The Flag," or (something like It. However, the title of the ad dress of the first-prize winner attracted my attention. "Amer ica and the Worlds Peace," by Glenn Davis, of Iowa, won first honors, and "The Conflict," by Clyde Harbison, of Missouri, won second place. I began to read, and. bless your life, they were 'talking sense" So that the render may u...

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. — 27 May 1911

Beott County Kicker Published by Workers Printing Company, . Ben ten . Mo. board of Director: c. ST v iv. r. .Tullua Albrecht, J. H Hr.innm. Loreni Sever, Alex Thommon, Phil a. Hdfner, Editor. A. Q. Miller, Seeretery nnd TreiiK Entered In the postoftlec at Benton, Mo., as second-clans rnatter. Published every Saturday. Subscription price $1.00 per year. MODERN SCHOOL OF MARINERS. The old Ravins that there Is no loss without some gain la borne out by the change which has been wrought In the country's thlpplng. There has been much lament over the decadence of the famous Yankee seamanship, tut after the passing of the clipper anil whaling fleets at last has come to the high seas a new breed of Amer ican wiio are the equals If not the superior of the old. The mechan ical genius of the nation has sent many young men to the steamships 01 the navy and the merchant marine, says the Cleveland Leader. Ninety per cent, of the sailor-mechanics of the United State navy are American born. Twenty ...

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. — 27 May 1911

r Congressional Notes A bill providing for two national au to highways was Introduced bv Repre sentative Hobson. It authorizes the appointment of two commissions, Its members from various states, to work out two gigantic Improvements, one a highway to extend from the- Atlantic to tbe Pacific ocean, along the thlrtv fifth pnralld of north latitude; the other to extend from Canada to Mex ico, on a line near the twenty-third meridian west from Washington. President Taft sent to th,- senate the tariff board's full report of Its in vestigation of the pulp and news print paper industry In the U&tttd States and Canada. Summarized briefly, the report says a ton of news print paper Is made In Canada for $.Y3.1 'til than It Is made In the United Statoii. The average Canadian cost is given as $27. ".", and the average cost )n the fnited Stat, s is $:;s. The duty under the tariff is $:i.T:,. Charges that Drnocratlc members r . i. i. . 1 1 iiuuse cvmurafi on rules were seeking to usurp funct...

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. — 27 May 1911

COUNTY GRADUATES. The following county gradu ate were ommitted last week : Morley Ha rrold Harris, Aubr.v Roberts-Gladys Lee, Alma Elmore Thelma Elmore. Tearl Black, Eu nice Ford, Serelda Clark. Ellis. Clara Webber, John Web ber, Nora Schiwitz. Fred Schiwitz Kelso. Henry Blattel, Ruth Kaffenberger. Miss Gladys Finley won the ru ral scholarship of the county WRECK ON FRISCO. A fast freight train on the Frisco ran into a burned out trestle Horn of the Cape Tuesday . wrecking the train and burned seventeen cars of merchandise. One tramp was burned to death and another could be removed from the wreck in time to save his life only by cutting off one of bit legs, which WH caught un der a wrecked car. The fireman was lerlomly Injured. MARRIAGES. James Boggs, Illmo. Miss Christine Mathle, Llnio. Howard K. Dickey, Mor'.ey. .Miss Chlce Brahucr. M u ley. Hermans Burns. Blodgett, Mis Julia Humphrey, Blodgett Dossla Miller, Morley. Miss Eunice Archer, Vanduser. D. A. Lancaster. Sikeston. Miss Ed...

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