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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 September 1903

HAWDLINd BUSH FRUITS. , Ions Grower Fnrnlahca gome (flats Tfeat Shonld He Uemeraberta a Vcur lleuec. The growing of email fruits, such at raspnerncs ana blackberries, require considerable skill and a great deal of at tendon. None or the small fruit needs to bo so rapidly gathered and marketed a these, on account of the perishable nn tnro of the fruit. It Is very essential that the Krower know' when the fruit Is In condition to harvest, as one or two days' delay nitons the toss of the entire crop, in line with the foregoing, an towa grower furnishes the following hints In the American Agriculturist: The grower should prepare for the pickers In advance. There Is a positbll- CKATE AND CjUAIlT UOX. Ity, unless the pickers are carefully cau tioned In the beginning, that they will put unripe fruit with the ralyx attached In the boxes, nnd they are also very like ly to make the boxes vary a great deal In the size and ripeness of the fruit. Small green berries will often be placed In the bo...

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. — 26 September 1903

BOOTT COUNTY KICKER ltatl at th pattoftdn Batoa, Mo., on f .bravr 14, ISM, m Meotd-ttami mull tnatt.r. ft ft I 9c in as M1 , . rsc-j?1 Published at AATURDAt DY : Benton, Mo., every Villi.. A. HAFNER. Subscription, - $1,00 Per Year. For Governor 1004, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attoriipr-Genernl, DAVID A. BALL. For tlie Penitentiary, THE STATE HOUSE RING, THE ORGANS GRIND. That there is a movement on foot to elect Joe Folk Governor of Mis Mimonri ought to be cleur to every body. Behind this movement are all kinds of men rfch men and poor nyn. There are honest ricti men as well as honest poor men. There are rich rascals as well as poor rascals. But the subsidized press of Mis souri the newKpajxTs that never foutain an idea that is not puuutmi ted with a dollar mark those or rans claim that the Folk boomers have a selfish motive in vie a. Well, there is a selfish motive, Every citicen has, or ought to have, it selfish interest in securing good government. But the orpins that oppose Mr. Folk s...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 September 1903

KICKER-- SUPPLEMENT SOUTHEAST. Bob Yost, editor of the Fnrmlvg ton Progress, litis ixoiie buck to St. Louis to tiikn a position with a trust comprttiy. He went to Farminjrton to show we nountr.v .vups bow to run n country puper. He hns bud the usnnl luok tliot la, none ut all. City mnnrt Alecks tire not ndnpted to country Journalism. W. H. Lewis, of the Lead Belt News, a well known local man. Inn taken hold of the Pro grew, and we wish Will good luck. The Farmliijcton waterworks have at lat Iteen accepted by the cltv. They wist 27,0110 The contractors were under a penalty of 10 per dav for delay after given ilnte. The city council reduced' this to pur tluy, and thedelny cost the contractor f"iOi. The chances swiii to be that the Di'Lussiis and Flat Hiverelectric line will fall into the hand of the Mis souri Pacific, and by that corpora tlon put out of an existence which has been anything but comfortable. 8. Mary's hits un epidemic of bark ing dogs. So has Benton moon lit nights. But...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 September 1903

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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. — 3 October 1903

M I ' I I 1 ' I 1 fS 0 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 2 LATEST OUT FOR GOVERNOR. BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 3. 1903. The Lee, Cook and Gantt Gubernatorial Booms Having: Collapsed, the Machine Trots Out Reed. Did jrou vw liear o! so mnny ru liernutorlal booms going leer-smash? John A. Lae's boom was struck by n cyclone and dropped with a "dull sickening thud." 8am Cook's boom pulled in its horns in a way nltnost humiliating oven to Ed. Butler. Judge Guntt's boom flickered out ihout as quick as it flickered in. And now just watch and SCO what will happen to tlio Jim Reed boom. Ah it hut resort tho rlngsters have centered on tho Kansas City mayor. Well, tho court houso und state house ring organs can now breathe 'I'axlor. Perhaps ly tills time they liure been informed where they ure at. For month past there has been considerable doubt as to who would be the machine candidate far governor. Nine months ago it was n even chance between 8am Conk and John A. Loo with Cook slightly the favor ite beeiiU...

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 October 1903

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaavur X. 1 M ,.MtfM fttmmi CtIla. "ww. vesnej mrtim t MAIUMi. PablUher, MJITOX sj JCMOCTt ome eastern iclcntltta have figured ut that all life began at the north pole. 'A good deal of it hai ended in that vi cinity lately. as 5 11 I'V? 5s r 1 1 i it n ft lit Hi rt- m Now that the X-ray has been credited with restoring gray hair to Its natural color the problem remains how to hot tie It for tte barber shop. Eupatorlum rebandlum Is the name of the new plant that Is to supercede sugai cnr.e and the sugar beet, being 20 or 3C times as sweet as either. When used In connection with tabloid coffee and con densed milk It ought to be a great thtof for picnics. In the attempted trial of Prof. Lang ley's airship the only obstacle encoun tered was that it wouldn't work. Of course, the result was a great disap pointment to the Interested scientists, but it is believed that they will get used to this In the course of a few more trials. The bacterloloslsts have discovered that th...

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 October 1903

r If 4fW "WJi 4.'. v "Si ! ; i03PS FOR FATTEHIWO. cr Knntile Port I try Rnfaera te bauble (he Weight of Fotvla 1st a Short Tim. . Although the cramming machine la t:ie hands or an expert wilt probably give t :io beet results In finished product, small coops for fattening chickens will bt found the most' profitable by most chicken raisers. These cr.opa are used cr;- largely In England Mid have bten adopted successfully by the Canadian fovornmcnt. Tho accompanying Illus tration shows a coop divided Into three parts, which will hold a dozen chickens. These cops aro built of Inth and one Inch square phces for the framework. SLATTED FATTENING COOP. Each part Is two fect long, 16 Inches wide and 20 Inches high, which experlmentl have shown to be the best size. The coops are placed out of doors la tho shade, cither under trees or in an open shed, but In severe weather should be placed In a closed building. A small V-shaped trough Is used to hold thi !eed, and water Is supplied In a cup, wh...

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 October 1903

mm-' HS7 1 1 S 'St if k Fix. Co At A. Baudendistel's, Kelso. s low on and Prices are Down, DOWI ! No doubt you have learned of my selling out to Mr. Jules C. Drury-"lock, stock and barrel. The trade was made last week but there was a stipu lation regarding the goods. I have an enormous stock of merchandise, and this stock I agreed to reduce to the minimum as quickly as possible. Por this reason there will be a sweeping reduction In prices in order to get rid of these goods. A sweeping reduction means a CLEAN SWEEP that applies to all goods alike. Everything goesfor cash only. It is one of those rare opportunities you don't meet up with every day. Dry Goods. frv)j All Inwt cnl Ail stfoiiu urnue eiiiii-oes, 40 lVienkw tiiul famv nliirtiiijis now i$o LL sheeting reilm-cil from 7.V: to "Vj lid ill) (Jl) (!SiL to ou Fleeced ilrystt llnnnclettcs, 12 to ilo ilo ilo 10u to 7'ji' Velvettn FIooim ivdui'eil, 10c to .V Canton. Flannel that were 10c . Sh Canton Flannels tliat wore iM1' "' Canton...

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 October 1903

NX' SCOTT if". COUNTY richer. Vol. 2 BCNTON, MO., OCTOBER 10, 1903. No. 48 THINQS THAT HAPPEN IN MISSOURI. Machine Leaders Contradict Each Other. Harper's Weekly on Polk and Reed. Queer Story About a Missouri Pacific Check and Senator Marshall. It U quit clear that the .gentle anen who apeak toe the Democratic "party" la Miaeearl ehoadd get to gether and have their speeches en aored btfora turning thealoaeeon Aha pablic. In hia Lone Jack Bfeecb, Mlrered in August, Governor Dock eryeaid: "We can atop boodllng II we can control St. Louis. Rural district iroiaatly retire' legislators whom hey do.nob treat, lu Alt Louis It la different. Baalueu men ttier refuse to attend the- nominating conven tions. If they would perform this solemn: public duty we would have io beodlera." Tune .epoke the governor of Mia aouri a a rural district. Two weeka later Harry Haanea, tlie governor's no who runs St Loals, turned irom jEurope aud a great reception awaited him. In hta ad dress of welcome Mayor We...

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 October 1903

M?' f 1 1903 OCTOBER IK- t I'f-.v I : I2j r . .. - ' . ... . . - ' I . w nn em I Uffll I u nrTHKni I IIUINI .-. .. M rnnutnnvniilri'nn lUTRHMCWnnn'S FlMtmriilHMIOnilHiEII JIU KIME m: UHfflEU tup unrttiKuroT &a&9"S'h iu ism itariHCM ra2SSS2SL2r,: I - inr mminnrri vm wwwh. iv in i nrvi iimniiunn i T ' pile. llWIIIIIIIkUl ' Mr .Title (!.... str Raekltv Struck " w- ox nrn. mjnjit ni. ut. J 2 3 TT6 To 9Io iiiili 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3? TOPICS OF THE DAT. i Ten Ml nut cm Will Snmcc. Carrlo N'uiloa denies the report that Bhc Is to appear on the stage in "Ten Nlshts In a Barroom." Ten minutes In a barroom Is more than mfuclcnt' lor Canle a purposes. Kansas City journal. Old Ailru;e Itecnlled. And now his canny Scottish country' Sien arc nlntslng Carnegie, for making jMiinuurgn university a uirt of $10,000, 000 In shrinkablo steel trust bonds. This recall forcibly the adage that you ttnouid not look a gift horse in the lacutk. 3Iiu-!ilut-r- for Old World Fnrmcra Over $21,000,00...

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 October 1903

1. '4 A CELLAR FOR CILERY. fliiprnvrd Storage by Ji ternii Srsteaa. Iteeem. mended hy Ike Cornell (X, V.) Uxperfuient Halloa, When celery Is grown In consider Mo quantities It it necessary to have b place In which to itoro It It Is alio fulvlsatilu to construct the place early In l ho season to makoMure that It li ready when needed. We show two cum of nti Improved storage for celery that has recently been Illustrated by the Cornell Experiment station. Tht EXTUiUOtt OF CELLAR. first cut shows the exterior of such a cellar, and the second the Interior. The storing of celery for tho winter trade is nn Important problem In the north, and tho present methods of keeping celery arc defective for commercial purposes, being cither too wasteful or requiring too much labor. D. M. Dug gar, of tho Cornell station, says: "To continue Its vitality, succulence and crlspncss, celery must continue In the storage house a very slow growth, a growth Biifllclcnt to establish the roots in the soli and 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. — 10 October 1903

aMKft& aBv Bla Hut If . I? t Ms ' I J .V It. ..31 Mi It l m JjjMswS.sijfce wt Stasia Btatoa, Mo., oa fmimut U.ltM,mimnmi Sm ho mtt. FMUMb Benton, Mo., every DAffrmir t Pnt, A. Hackcr. jbecriatiou, i- f 1.00 Per Year. . For (Joromor 1004, JOSEPH W. FOLK, For Attoruev-Qeutrajj DAVID A, BALL. For tie Psnkcatlary, TUB STATE H0U8B R1X0, AN INNOCENT ABROAD. The San yet thinks the Republican ftlty jriU make n deplorable mis fab U it don't endorse Folk (or go v jtrnor. With Folk as coventor, the itrsssnt riiuc rale in tlve utnte will be smashed, fair elections will be s- mmiI niul in rtutfnrnr n nrrthnlitlf t V of electing a Republican. Grcenvilfe pan. The Greenville 8un I a Republican paper and I believe its editor is nu fioneetman. lie favors good gov nnnnt,and,for that reason, Is will ing to support Joe Folk. But the editor of the Sun is ovi dentlv a Rube" ill politics. He does not seein to hnvs discovered that the Republican machlns headed by Tom Aklu&T-ls quite as powerful in M...

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 October 1903

SCOTT COUNTY FLICKER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 17. 1903. No. 49 N HINKLE &, CHITTY AGA During the next ten days we will give the people of this county an opportunity to buy Shoes and Clothing cheaper than ever before offered Quality considered. mmsiim Hon Our Dry Goods Department Is second to none in this section of Missouri and in variety of stock and desirability and dependability of goods scarcely equalledand all of it especially selected for our trade. The Quality is High. The Price is Low! And you will find it to your interest to exam ine these goods. You will find them seasona ble, reliable, attractive and cheap in price. Wc have now In stock a full line of the Celebrated Friedman Shoes the best Shoes made for the price. You who have worn Friedman Shoes will verify this statement. We carry only the best goods. We are grateful to our customers who have made our business so satisfactory, and we are determined to continue in the work of satisfying our patrons in the same o...

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 October 1903

HP naa 71 . 1 Scott tanty flicker. 1 HtU A. mm, FaMUass, MaraoK. 1 loatouu It? 13 ft 3t i 1 it 3 r US. 1 A- ti U 1 1 I 1 h Mi Li-;i WE 1903 OCTOBER 1903 " wi. nn ralrrra. ri. HT 1 2 3 TTT8 9 To iiiiiiiiii 16 i? Jii2.ll 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3T TOPICS OF THE DAT. t'ltwh Vvrnuia lint Air. Senator Hanna'g brother has given SlOO.UOl) to the Western Reserve (0.) university. This will make more votes than a Joint debate. Hood i:c nml itc u Mittca. That railway otiRineer who battled the train robbers by running by tho led lantern they flourished certainly understands a danger signal when ho pees it. I.neky Uukr. The duke of Hoxburghe, fiance 0' Miss Goelet, will get millions of dol lars for his title, anil will still retain the title. This is rating his cake and having It, too. Henri I'crtnln nf Ktrcilna. Col. Henri Watterson Is to take tho Httimp for his son, who Is running for Hie New York- assembly. The voters will think It Is the colonel that Is tunning, and will triumphantly elec...

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 October 1903

HALF A CENTURY OLD. tthaaV Inland noon lla Bcca the Pal el a tthoda Inland rarat. far 01 Years. Prlaclllit U goose, and she's proud of tho fact and takes great delight in her age. Mora than half a century old, ho U the property of Thomas H. Droiyir, of Foster, R. I who marked her wty-nrst birthday not long ugo, with a unique entertainment. Fifty ono guests were present. The refresh merits were frozen pudding In the shape of Prlscllla, little candy geese and goslings of angel cake. Prlscllln strutted around from 'guest to guest arching her neck Inquisitively. In ' 1862 Prlscllla was born. Her "hatchday" Is established beyond dis pute, for she burst her shell on the same day that a baby girl arrived In tho Drowno family. Prlscllla was hatched when geese were good proper ty. She was one of a brood of three, the others being a goose and a gander, brought Into the world beneath the warm feathers of a hen. Tho three be sssssssssss 'sssssssssssssssfl GOOSE KIl-TY YEAHS OLD. came known as "...

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 October 1903

W3 '4 '"fiU" Jsr i-' ,l,rJlV 1 to til is I F2 30TT COUNTY KICKER VaMnd at tkt pMtoAmla Bmton, Mo., on fbnwry Jl; im, m taoiiMaM mall matter. Publlnhed at Benton, Mo,, every f ATVRDAY JY :- IHH. A. HATNKn. Bubwcrlptlon, - LOO Per ar. Tor Goyernor-t-lflfM, JOSEPH W. FOLK. Fop Attorney-General, DAVID A. HALL. For the Penitentiary, THE STATU HOUSE KINO. THE niTLER CASE. The Ed. Butler cue was up before ihe Supreme Court Tuesday. Circuit Attorney Folk uppeured be fore tho court in person, us did uIho Uutler'o attorney. Tlic Kicker iqes not want to be luiuled up before the Supteme Court of Missouri charged with leeetnqjegte, but it is the opinion oi this paper jthat It you want to get advance tips on whnt that court is going to do, you should read Ed. Butler' paper. Tuesday morning the World snid: ."The Butler case will, probably be taken under advisement by the court, and no decision U expected for several weeks. During that dny thcease was heard, and the next morning the World ap peared...

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 October 1903

SCOTT COUNTY DICKER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 24. 1903. No. 50 E. J. MALONE'S MEMORY VERY BAD. He Doesn't Remember Anything: in Particular About the $1,000 Check.-Ringsters Meet at Moberly. Senator Marshall's "dignified el knee" regarding the 91,000 Missouri Pacific check alleged to have Leen ro .ceived by him nay salt the Senator, but the public expected something different. Perhaps the Senator is aware by this time that the Kicker never "goes off halt cocked." The Kicker did not invite E. J. Malonoto either explain or apolo gise for Senator Marshall. Mr. Malone's memory is Too defec-1 tlve. Here is his card, which appear ed in the Sikeston Democrat. The capitals are ours: Sikeston, Mo., Oct. 15, 11)03. In justice to Sonator John E. Mar ahull, my attention huvlug been cal led to an article published in the Scott County Kicker, bearing dute Oct. 10, 1003, in which my name is mentioned in connection with thut of State Senator John E. Marshall, I beg to state briefly the facts in r...

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 October 1903

IV' mm Sr'ft m few- 31" m its,1 Sir VW,U If Scott CMHty dicker. nut. a. umi, mmm tJENTOK. JOMOiriL America leads the world In Increases In population. In the century just passed we have outstripped the natlom of the earth. In six days 12.000 Immigrants landed tn New York. The year 1903 wilt easily break the record in the migration of Eu rope to the United States. Ore' has been found In Colorado con taining radium, uranium, vanadium, - bnranlum and polonium. It they dig a little deeper maybe they will And euphonium and palladium. tn spite of the lack of technical schools the United States leads In shoctnaking. The way to keep at the top Is to start the schools. Germany and England are making a vigorous push In industrial education. The first Boer student who ever en tered Cornell university, and one of the first delegation sent to this country from the universities of South Africa, has taken up graduate work at the lthlca in stitution. His name is Leopold Ueln ccke, and he hails from...

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 October 1903

f 1 r ; V j-ys r DAIRY STORAGE ROOM. Kirr-silly where runner Desire Itulil nutter nnil Cheeaelor llllttier Prices, Many farms nro not provided with no right Idnd of dairy building, nnd when one undertakes to store butter lor future Bales they mny have In J;:Uo nn Inferior price for It. I was In a cellar the other day whero tho woman of tho house had several hurt drert lioimds stored, nnd lo' me I ho room snicllcd damn and must?. . The chances nro that thla butter will smell "f till, niiwt when It Is put on the market, tf It docs. Instead of her re ceiving the very hlghis3t fancy price vho will have to tako what she can t;et for It. TItjk writer has Inspected a r.tore room and Ico house combined which U SPACE roi KC. lH EH aroRAoe wooh. CONVKNIKXT UTOfttS HOOM. built on a side hill, tho store room un der thi' Ico house, and glve3 herewith a rough drawing of the end of tho building. The building has a double lloor. One for the Ice to rest upon, which was loose enough for the drip ping...

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 October 1903

pill'" pi I II I W$h m , 5a Mi PS Ifr- iGOTT COUNTY KICKER JMMt at tto pMt oAMla Bmtoa, Mo., on tnarr M.lMl.MMeoadKia. mull mutter. Published at Denton, Mo., every rUTUHnAY BY ! PlUl-. A. HaK.NEH. mm Subscription, - gl.00 Per Voor. For Governor 11)0-1, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attorney-General, liAVID A. BALL. For tlio Penitentiary, THE HTATi: HOUSE KING. A QUESTION ANSWERED. The question has been frequently asked, "why not run Mr. Folk for At torney General rather tliun for Gov rnor?" No better answer to this seemingly pertinent question has appeared than the following from the Colum bia Statesman: Mr. Folk could be of far more ser ice to the State ns Governor than he could be as Attorney General, for these reasons : The Governor of Missouri in charg ed with the enforcement of law throughout the State. If any pros- ecutlmr attorney in any county fail to properly discharge the duties of his office the Governor may remove him and appoint some one in his place, or order the Attorney genera...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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