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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 3 June 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO. , JUNE 3, i91 1 NO a8 A "WIDE-OPEN" LETTER TO THE PEOPLE'S To John McWilltaniB. Attorney for the People of Scott County : You are the peoples' attorney, ere you not, John? You receive from the peoples' treasury $700 per year don't jrou, John? What for? What service do you render the vent mass of tax-payers In ex change for that $700? Think hard and answer! Oh, no ; It Is not for prosecuting what are called "criminals." In euch cases you get fees For Instance, at the last term overlooked. Au Investigation by of Circuit Court you got $120 or , A. Q. Miller reveals that the bal tnore for listening to twelve men t lot Job of last fall au off year Ulead guilty to felonies to say cost the tax-navers $404.47! nothing of what you got out of minor offenses. I Then the law must expect and Ithe DeoDle have a right to ex- pect SOMETHING In return ior (that $700 salary that Is paid to 3-ou. Let me tell you what I think Ithat "something" Is. And while 1 am ...

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. — 3 June 1911

I 1 I f - 4 i I Pf".. i Scott County K ichor Published by WcrKerj Pr.ntlnt Company, Benton. Mo. KmrT7TT3Iri-t -r : C M.'"v.-nv. r. Julius Altirefiit. J. li. Brnnnm, l.or"iis Iwraa, Altx Thomtiron. Phil v. Itafner, Keiltor. A. Q. Miller. Secretary RIM Tn i Entered In the P0St0fttC at Denton, Mo., as MCOMaclMf matter. Published every Saturday. Subscription price $1.00 per year. INTELLIGENT OOG3. If one may Judge by tha size of the claims presented In the various coun ties for sheep killed by dogs, we are rapidly losing the best of our sheep In Kentucky, and the dogs are show ing an almost human discrimination In mutton, says the Louisville Cour-ler-Journnl. Sheep killed by dogs are valued at anywhere from $0 to 812 apiece. From this It appears that the dogs must be given to killing Cots wolds and Southdowns In full fleece. In ono western Kentucky county It has been discovered that sheep are very generally listed for taxation at tt a head. In the same county the claims allowed for buck...

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. — 3 June 1911

0r Evaporated Ilk is the handiest thing in the pan try. It is pure and always ready to use. There is no waste use as much or as little as you need, and the rest keeps longer than fresh milk. Gives fine results in all cooking Tell your grocer to aend Libby's Milk mm Em mmom HARD. Kidder Oh! yes, Miss Coyne spends thousands and thousands of dollars every year for her gowns alone. Lord de Drokc I say, old chap, who is her dressmaker? Kidder Do you want to propose to her dressmaker, too? Politician and Preacher. A politician In a western state, long suspected cf crookedness and noted tor his shifty ways, was finally in dicted and tried. The Jury was out a long time, but eventually acquitted him. After the verdict was in and tho politician was leaving the court room, a minister who had been in part responsible for the Indictment I and trial, approached the politician l games and the band composed of in and said: "Well, my friend, yon. have) j m.r.es of the home furnished music escaped; b...

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. — 3 June 1911

WORKINGMEV S INSURANCE IN ENGLAND. The first complete account of the English Labor Insurance plan appears In the current issue of the Coming Nation of Girard Kan According to this article, which is by Desmond Shaw, the English correspondent for the Coming Nation, the law proposed by Lord George is far more extensive than fcvan the famous German law. It not only embraces a class of the community excluded from the German law, such as domes tic servants, clerks and typists, but, for the first time, recoeni zes maternity as a profession. An allowance of thirty shillings S7.50 will be paid in each case of maternity, provided the moth er does not return to work with in four weeks. More than five million dollars per annum is to be devoted to the battle against tuberculosis. and so extensive are the possibilities for medical ser--flce by the state that this writer says: "At one leap the doctors of Great Britain, who are. in many cases. the most wretchedly underpaid men in the community will...

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. — 10 June 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MOM JUNE 10, i9t 1 NO 39 A GOOD MEETING. That was a splendid meeting of the Socialists at Morley Sat urday. While larger numbers have been present, yet this meet ing mui more representative 01 the county. While the farmers were very busy In the hay, yet the following locals were rep resented: Macedonia, Chewnlngs Bbodgett, Edna, Sllceston, Morley. Hooe, Oran, Chaffee, Bleda, Van duser. Not represented: Lusk, Crowder, Head, Rockvlew, Oak Grove, Campbell. Chairman Jacob called the meeting to order. Secretary BMnkard having not yet arrived, Comrade Cooksey was chosen temporary secretary. Phil Hafne'r read his report on the distribution of literature, showing receipts of S19.50 and expenditures, $24.23. Hafner was retained as literature agent and authorized to selleet men to as sist in raising funis and in the distribution of literature. He selected Guy Cooksey, Slkeston ; Alex Si. Thompson, Dlodgett ; Chas. Oliver, Boot) T. J. Chcwn Ing, Chewnlngs; J...

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. — 10 June 1911

Boott County Kicker KBBBB by Workt'rt Printing Company. Slant on. Mo. Board of Directors: C. M. Weaver. Julius Albrecht. J. H. Bra.inm. Lorcm Sever, A,e5 Thompson, fhll A. Hafncr. Editor. A. Q. Millar, Secretary and Tren Kntcrtd In the postofflce ut Benton. Mo., as MQOhd0M manor. Published every Saturday. UbSCtrtptiOn price 1. 90 per year. Mai VALUE OF IMAGINATION. Life naturally must be more Inter esting to the person of vivid imagina tion than to one who lives only for the tangible things about him and who fears to dream as his fancy wills because reality bears heavily upon bim. We do not think that even the man of affairs would find the Indul genre of a few day dreams detrimental to' his Interests, while to those who look only upon the serious side of life and share only its darker aspects, a few dreams of what perhaps may come to pass would act as a ionic upon tired nerves, says the Charleston News and Courier. Our dreams ure often com panions to us. and sometimes we And ourselv...

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. — 10 June 1911

3 Congressional Notes 0rmany expressed her willingness to enter negotiation with the United Sites for u IMimlrbltratlOfl treaty nloiif? the liiKg laid down by Secre- aty of State Knox In the tentative Irnft of this government's proposal now In the hands of Great Liritaln and rrance. Count von Bei iistorff . Ger man ambassador at Washington, con veyed this Information to Secretary Knox and asked him for a copy of the basic proposition of the United States. As a result of charges laid before the house committee on rules by min ers; and labor representatives against the coal mine companies and their representatives in the Westmoreland coal nXds of Pennsylvania, the com mittee will permit representatives of the mining companies to appear, and will attempt to sift out some of the facts connected with the pending strike in the conl district. Repreentative Charles J. Hooher, MlMOUtl member of the house rivers and haihors committee, will take the lead in a Campaign at the regular ses sion o...

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. — 10 June 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year ..$1.00. Six m oaths, 60c. 8 months, 95c. THE JOB. A few years ago Clarence John son came here 'ami was installed as cashier of the Benton Bank. He Is agreeable and courteous and seemed an ideal bank cash ier. He bought property, built a comfortable home and he and his family were considered per manent fixtures of Benton. BUT HE DIDN'T OWN HIS JOB One evening last week he was notified that his services were no longer needed, and the next morning Arthur Chrismon hand- thp rush nt the hank led the cash at the bank Mr. Johnson had Joined the army of the unemployed which, perhaps, upset all his future plans. The change, as it is re ported, was the result of rival interests or individuals interes ted In the bank. Fortunately for Mr. Johnson he did not "hit the road'' very long 1 in t-earch of another boss. A bank cashier at Charleston had quit 1 his job and Mr. Johnson got it. I j am aware that I am not treat ing this matter with due respect, f...

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. — 17 June 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., JUNE 17, i911 NO 30 UttO. MC. AC1AIN ., A last Bro. MoGuire of the Caah-Book attemps a fair discus sion of Socialism. He devoted too columns of bis last issue to It -and 1 like to "hlch up" with a -fellow like that. I am sorry that 1 space forbids reproducing all he says, but will give all the essen tia paragraphs In fulL He says : Che trouble with you Socialists Is, you want to cure one evil by Jumping to the other extreme. The thing you are complaining .about is the concentration of wealth, the usufruct that comes from the earth by labor, into the 1 lands of a comparatively few people. The individualism in be half of which you cry out against the "excessively rich," as you call them, you would destroy b.v means of Socialism. When you take away from the individual the right to profit b.v his efforts, to acquire ud la.v aside the fruits of his labor as he sees fit, you take from him privilege that is very sacred to him; you destroy tiis Indiv...

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. — 17 June 1911

cott County Kicker Kibllh4 by Workers Printing Company, ... Benton .Mo. Board of Dint-tors: l M. Wcuvcr. Jullua Albrecht. J. H. Brnnnm. laOrenS Sever. Alex Thompson. Phil A. Hafner. Kdllor. A. Q Miller, Secretnrv and Treia Entered In the postofflce at Benton, Mo., as second-class mutter. Published every Saturday. Subscription price 11.00 per yeur. ENCOURAGING BRIGHT PUPILS. Parents and educators everywhere Will be Interested In the experiment now being tried in the Cincinnati public schools of establishing a class room for especially bright pupils, which would appear to be the logical accompaniment of the classroom for backward pupils. The proposition that It is as unfair to hold back the apt or clever child In the ranks of the mediocre as It Is to speed the dull pupil to a pace he cannot maintain appeals as reasonable and common sense, it will be argued with much force that the system which makes jirovisioa for caving for the backward ptiptl cannot be Justified without pro vision i...

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. — 17 June 1911

Hood's Sarsaparilla Cure all humors, catarrh and rheumatism, reheves that tired feeling, restores the appetite, cures paleness, nervousness, builds up the whole system. Get it today in usual liquid form 01 chocolated tablet, called Saraatabs. Constipation Vanishes Forever ffSSPi.?JirPern"t Cure CAR I U 3 LlllLE LIVER PHIS .... xau. purely vegeta- uic aci surely out gently on the liver. Stop after dinner dis tresscur indiffMfirkn ' Improve the complexion, brighten the eyes. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature DAISY Fl Y kll I FB tiles, Nrtt, UWt, err., pcdj., Coocs (tot, cheap. Uiuiii I'MM. UT,'; tipovrr, sill not soil or Injure af. G-iarantrrd 1 3' -It-. 0flil4Mhrsi tent prfpaJ i (or Mc Harold oomebs HO L. Isle It. . IrNilrt,!.!. AHSffRRIliF IDUMf Onltro, Swollen (ilindu, Cyata, ' Biitw Imp I , r -i . oui . ln!lammtion promptly, A safe nrallrnf, soolhina. an:ts4pUf Plrs-nttouv-qulrklT absorbed tntt.siia. lnw(rfuHT prnotmitDg but duvl not f)smaM. Yin rppi...

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. — 17 June 1911

I SCOTT COUNTY KTCKER. Published by the WORKERS' PRINTING CO. Benton, Mo. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. Julius Albrecht, J. H. Branam, C. M. Wearer, Lawrenz Seyer, Alex. B. Thompson. Phil. A. Hafner Editor. A. Q. Miller, Secretary-Treasurer. Subscription, per year $1.00. SIX moHthn. 60c. 3 months. 850. WHAT SOCIALISM IS From the Appeal to Reason. SOCIALISM is misrepresented, )ust as every new idea is mlsrep-1 resented. Things that are false' are told about it, sometimes with knowledge that they are false, I sometimes in the belief that they are true. A brief statement of; what Socialism Is may be in or der. Socialism Is a plan to set aside ' the robbery of the workers through profit, interest and rent, j and to insure him employment at ! all times and the full social pro duct of his toil. It is proposed to accomplish this by placing the 1 highly developed tools of produc- ' tion and distribution too large and expensive to be longer owned and operated as individuals un der collective ownership...

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. — 24 June 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., JUNE 24, i911 NO 31 THAT "DIGNIFIED SILENCE." Say, Mr. Boott county citizen, lave you heard any reply to the Kicker's graft charges of throe weeks ago? No? Then why this profound silence lb the past "the party" has at Ibast been able to upset Its slop tub on Its accusers and thus cre ate a stink. The charges were directly ad dressed to the prosecuting attor ney. No reply. There are four Democratic pa pers in the county. Not one of these ?eos anything wrong in a graft exposure at home although they would tel! you about It if It happened In some other unction and the per petrators were not of their par ty Perhaps those In authority think that a dignified silence Is the bettor course. Let them think as they please. The Kicker cares little about what they think. What the Kicker propo ses to do is to arouse the people of Scott county to the conditions right under their nosses. The proof is positive recorded facts! What an opportunity for our prose...

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. — 24 June 1911

moott County Klokmr felMlehed by Work Printing Company, Benton. Mo. Board of Director: C. M. Weaver. .Tullua Albrccht. J. H. Umnnm, 1-orrrix Sever. Alex Thompson. Mill A. llafner. Editor. A. Q. Miller. Secretary and Treas Entered In the postofllce at Benton. Mo., as second-class matter. Published every Saturday. Subscription price 11.00 per year. WAV TO SUCCESS. The man who undertakes to accom plish too many things at the same time) generally pays a high toll In the end. He may succeed for a while, but he does so at tearful risks and wlth sut properly reckoning the cost to himself. He is the exception, though, rather than the rule and often 'makes good" at the expense of his physical snd mental well being, says the Charleston News and Courier. Giants smong men are rarities even In this lay of surprising developments and record achievements, and as a rule lie man who follows one line of work Rith close attention and conscientious egard will lay by for himself greater tuccess and more...

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. — 24 June 1911

-KIBvBSsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbtJ Best I Soup 1 Made m Pure 11 Good Convenient i :kk. q i fu uwaw iivuiv-iiiauc 1 lOTUli Try ( LUy' Chicken Soup tabby's Vegetable Soup Libby' lomato i Soap at your grocers. Libby. McNeill & Libby POOR RETURN FOR CHIVALRY - Incident That Probably Hae Forever Discouraged Kind-Hearted Mr. Jones. Chivalrous Mr. Jones purposely dropped a flfty-eent piece at the foot of a poorly dressed woman who pass ed through the Subway turnstile loud ly lamenting that the ticket agent had cheated her out of a half dollar, then he picked the money up and gave It to her. "Excuse me. madame," said Mr. Jones, ' I think you dropped this." "Oh. no," sho said, "It can't be mine. Perhaps you dropped it, your self." "Oh, no," said Mr. Jones. "It is yours. I am sure. I picked It up Just as you pHPsed." She took the money, and hurried after another man who had passed at the time the money dropped. "lixcuse me sir," she said, "I think you lost this." "Thanks," said the other man, and J...

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. — 24 June 1911

- r ,1 haa 1 HE GETS REAL "FUNNY." The negroes Jack Lambert. Eurly Thompson and Jack He veil, who have been lodged in Jail at Benton were taken to Com merce for, trial, Thursday. Lam bert charged with sla shine his wile with ia razor, was released on a $200 (bond. The other two were charged with stealing a horse and buggy but being mil lionaires they were promptly dis missed by the court. It seems that we have somewhere some time In the dim past heard that courts exist only for the rich. The above is taken from the personal organ of Collector Buck at Morley. Mr. Buck gets funny and ridicules the Idea that courts exist only for the nrntprt- of the rich and the oppression of xne poor. : Now, Mr. Buck, since you have j opened your mouth and.as usual. I put your foot In it will you please . give the names of men of means wnjo have been sent to Jefferson City or even to the county jail? You have been in the county about as long as I. and you ought to be quite as familiar with what goes o...

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 July 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., JULY I, i9ll NO 3a First Socialist Speech in Last week I promised to print Congressman Berger's speech In full in Installments. That Berger made a "hit" that tould not be Ignored Is evident from the capitalist news reports, f the speech and its effect the Washington Herald says: "Addressing by far the largest audience that has .ret listened to a speech on the Underwood bill, Mr. Berger held the atten tion of his auditors to the last word, and hds speech was punctu ated from beginning to end with laughter and applause from both ides of the hou.se. "Suffusing his usual Rood hu mor throughout the chamber, mixing fun with facts and epi grams with statistics, without attempting an oratorical effect, the quiet member from Milwau kee early put his audience in Rood humor. "Before Mr. Berger had spoken fifteen minutes he spoke for one hour altogether ttie word was passed around that there was 'something being said' in the house, and from committee roo...

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 July 1911

waa mm Splendid Crops Itskttskesu (teshrs Ctstst) a.iehale SMsn Ml Si fir I THIRD D return from a UiH sslneter farm In e season of Hi BsldslnthstssweJlss oMier districts yield ed from as to S3 bu shels of wheat to the acre. Other grain la proportion. LAME PROFITS are ha darlved For YowK Eniovment ccmRIXS KLEIN " ILLUSTRATIONS BY PAY WALTHtf CCVTWtKT, noe, r. C.VC. DU.LIKCNW1 MMMR Here's an individual amorur drinks a heWreeVthes fairly snaps with oelkioui. gQtaaodrtfreshing mm a" T r H If i 1 SYNOPSIS. TTowrd Jnflrlns, hankrr's S'n. under the evil Influence nf Robert Underwood, fellow-student at Tnlo. lead a II f of dis sipation, marries the d. iugr.tr- of v sm bfer who died In prison, and is disown! by his father. He Is nut of work and In iesperafe etralte. t'nd.TW "!. who hail onoe been engage! to Howard's Step mother. Alicia, is apparently in prosper r.us circumstances Taking advantage of hla Intimacy with Alicia, hi becomes a ort of soctiii highwayman. Discovering Is true charact...

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 July 1911

So, ieh Vienna 1 1 Style 1 I Sausage 1 M A good dish for (g la a Luncheon ;L or Supper. w 'M Brown the con- W, M tents of a tin of H ?! Libby's Vienna 80; ill Sausages in the U ; ; frying pan and 81? M "erve baked Kj; ;H potatoes. ; Easy to serve yj, ;M ine o eaf ;H Look for the Libby M; K label which means (, ffj quality. f; Libby. McNeill C& Libby HAD BEEN SILENT SUFFEREP I Subordinate Officer the Recipient ol ! Hints Intended for His Superior. A sea captain's wife tells this stDrj j 01 a maiuen woman, sister 01 one 01 the owners of the ship on which she once made a long voyage. She had very dec ided opinion on most matters, and she and the captain had many spirited arcuments at the dinner table The captain's wife, a meek, submit- 1 lira little soul, fearing that in the 1 heat of argument her husband might My something to offend their august passenger, was in the habit of kick ing bin on the shins to hint at moder ation. Nevertheless, all these remind ers passed unheeded. One ...

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 July 1911

SCOTT COUNT! KICKER. Published by the .WORKERS' PRINTING CO. Benton, Mo. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Jnllua Albrecht, J. H. Branam, C. M. Weaver, Lawrena Seyer, Alex. B. Thompson. Phil. A. Hafner Editor. A. Q. Miller, Secretary-Treasurer. subscription, per year $1.00. Six months. 60c. S months, 85c. JUST ONCE MORE. Again I want to remind those I appointed as solicitors of lit erature fundB to make their re port for June promptly. Send it In at once. On the kind or start we make very much depends the future. No matter how small the amount, get it in. You may rio better next time. So far I have fifteen solisitors. If each sends da only a dollar it means S15. That will be a very nice start, You can ma&e it if you trr. Don't be a sun-shiner. Get in the har ness. Other solicitors will be ap pointed later and if each does his duty we will flood this county With the message of Hope that only Socialism bus for tle work ing class. During the week 2.000 copies cf Political Action have come into v...

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