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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 December 1903

SCOTT COUNTY FUCKER. Vol.3 BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 5. 1903. Kin. 4, THE approaching Christmas season finds us better prepared than ever before to assist you in making preparations for full enjoyment of the season and to solve the sometimes difficult problem of holiday gifts. For the lovers of the beautiful we have countless selections from the four quarters of the globe. Our advertisements are but hints. We have much more than we can possibly mention in them. In selecting Christmas gifts from our stock you may be sure the quality will be of the kind to make the gift appreciated, and the prices will be as low as they can conven iently be made. We have no old goods and do not deal in bankrupt stocks, and this in sures you a clean, up-to-date stock to select from. WATCH OUR ADVERTISEMENT FOR NEXT THREE WEEKS. Cloaks and Jackets. We have a large line of Cloaks and Jackets for Ladies, Misses and Children, in all the latest designs, cloths and colors. They are made by the celebrated clonk-m...

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. — 5 December 1903

if If. Kit km Scott County f.kfcer. t mifc A, HAfMKK. rMUha . MUtTOK a a MMiOUsU, .1903 DECEMBER 1901 wis. TO. 1 2 rm. tu. SIT. 8'10H;i2 JiQiiili'ili8!.!! 20,2U 22,23.24 25,26 27 28 29 30 31 TOPICS OF THE DAY. Ilimluml Willi, Thllu-t. Iceland want Thibet, though it Is lilimwt as leitlle ami quite as cold us the toil o I'lko'.x peak. ( II lliiiu it It ii rlu li llfllinil. Doer lu Maine are now shot by p -Mist-Ion of the same romuiiswloii with n bullet made of Hour p.isto. soluble Kim; and morphine1. It only sttipeties them so they can be captured alive. The Best Missouri News i 1'iiM lui'iiilnnce. An eilucatod iloc conducted the los on In a Chlcasu Sunday school last Sunday, and must hae 4':compli-he.l luniethltiK no -mperlntviuleui va over iiblo to do secured the entire atten tion o iho school. riiiNltillltli-. of Trinity Itlvrr. Army ensineor report that Trinity vivcr, Tex , can be opencil to navigation the year round throughout It leiith or Ml miles by an expenditure of .4, 1'OO.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. — 5 December 1903

ms riBii"tf."'iii ' . . -- xw mm MBia. MI suppose your mi baa had all the advantages of a good education?" "Good education!" exclaimed the old Man. "Well, 1 wont to tell you that' that bey ban more education than any body elsi in these here parti, and I can prove It, too. . . "Been to college, hna he?" V'Wcll. I should say he had. Went to four colleges In less 'a one year jest seemed to go right through 'em like a cone-shaped bullet."-Caieago Poet " I llanlllate. "No," groaned the sufferer. "1 don't mind tho bruises so much. Its the hu inlllntlon of the thing that ia hardest upon me." ' ;.'Hut," the visitor said, "according to the accounts In the papers, It wasn't your fault. You were an the right stele of the rotid when the collision occurred." "1 know that, "but the fellow who ran Into me was on a Inst year's wheel." And he rolled over and wept Cleve land Leader. A Bcrlnaa ense. Mrs.'Urlske Johnny, did the doctor call while I wns out? Little .Tdhnny (stopping his play) Vei'm. He f...

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. — 5 December 1903

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Kttttvt at tkt pMtofllMl Anton. Mo., on FcbrMty 1, lm, m Mcoid-diM rasU tuxttr. PabMshed at Benton, Mo., every fUTUBBAY ST -! Pint. A. nAVMSR. Subscription, 1.00 Per Yenr. For Governor 1004, J08KI-H W. FOLK. For Attornov-Uenernl, UAV1D A. BALL. For the Penitentiary, THE 8TATE HOUSE RING. NOT SO BAD AFTER ALL. Well, the local saloon hit been cloned for nearly two mouths nml the great disasters that were pre dieted for Benton haven't shown up. The court house in still here. If there is a blind tiger in town perhaps the sheriff knows of it. I don't. Baring circuit court In October the promptness with which jurymen nml witnesses responded when called caused much comment. There were no drunken jurymen no drunken witnesses. Everything went off like clockwork. The situation here seems to leave the advocates of the saloon without a leg to stand on. I believe trade has increased. Wagons and buggies are quite frequently seen on the streets now Hen no court is in session. 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. — 12 December 1903

I! T SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 12, 1903. FROM COMMERCE. At Board meeting Monday Might 8. R. Jones wns appointed by cbulr toKa of village council, trustees con curring, as special deputy marshal! to collect taxes levied for Are pur potM. Iu matter of repeal of mill leaae, ordlnaure of repeal having pasted to Its third reading, was made s special order for next regular meet ing. The company has made a price of Ave thousand dollars on the plant And It is said that plans are being made to buy it. 8hould they succeed there will not be much difficulty In securing a leasehold. All that U do siroil Is to get the thing la motion. Wm. itanlmm complains that a bull belonging to the Campbell Bros, runs at large on the roads nud has greatly endangered his mules and a liorso ridden' oy his son. He says very truly that such animals are not allowed on public highways and that this particular animal stands a good chance of being shot if it Is notkept at home. We suggest that ...

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. — 12 December 1903

mm 'my 8 I iifL MIA" cott County ftkttr, f wm a. Hmin, rmkaa, w1 1903 DECEMBER 1903 in. TCti. I 8 TO,imt ni. -!- UT. 23 9 10 nil2 13 124, 15 16 17M3JJ19 2022223 24 25 26 27,28 2930'3T Ono of the books announced In a New York publisher's list bears the title: "What Handwriting Indicates." A good deal of It that lloats Into newspaper offices Indicates that the writers have never learned to spelt. The New York Central railroad hat cloned a contract for equipping all Its suburban lines with electricity. The contract includes not only the equip ment with electricity of the terminals, but of about 30 mile of railroad on each one of the New York Central branchts. It looks as It" steam might have to light with electricity lor supremacy. A protest against lynching in Amer lea Is being circulated among Euro pean countries. It will undoubtedly have a great moral effect on the lynch er.. Europeans seem to think that lynching 13 a national Institution, fos tered by the American government and 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. — 12 December 1903

a" j PLAN OF A HOGHOUSE. Aaawer to Inqnlrr Mnde r n Farti for Pen for 81s llitsra end roarlppn VIkm. ' In making out this plan the fact muil tin coneldered that the pigs will not long remain pigs, but will toon become hogs, Hint will require hogs' feeding room. Kvery hoghoute properly constructed fhould have n ilceplng and a feeding apartment. If fed In the eanio room in which they sleep, It Is n difficult matter to keep tho bed dr.v and clean. Six grown hogs will find comfortable lying space on J2t s 9' r .Poo, 7 cor 6' 9' UKOUND PLAN FOR HOO HOUSE. a floor space seven fest square; but for a feeding lloor they should havo rather more room, say, n floor space eight feet square. It Is a difficult matter to plan nut a tatlsfactory hoghoute for some one else, when the surroundings are not known or his plan or manner of growing hogs. Every pen in a hoghouse should have an outdoor yard connected with It, (or hogs cannot long be kept In close confinement on a hard floor. Young things will...

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. — 12 December 1903

BSTftBSTftBsTftBsTftK38? :fcnttT' HflKE't &. is. it . my. , Sin"-,.. PtCIALiiCALt (S CMtty's 0 pening Sale ol Toys and Holiday Goods. NOW FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPING! IN NUR preparations have been extensive, and in the various departments you will find sufficient evidence of it. An air of cheerfulness pre- vails everywhere. The Toy Store Is Ready. The entire second floor of our new dry goods biiilding has been transformed into a Vtiintnhln fnivvlnurT PlnvtVmicra ftnm nit nnvta ivP flia rrlnlin f n odnrMon tlin 1iunt4.a nt ftia Tiffin nna nvo Iipiw A nft,fli1pfl dARGrintion 18 lltlDOS- L nttur ftrces grown folks use, miniature kitchen furniture, etc. Toy patrol wagons and hose carts, as well as usable ones for the strenuous boys, are hero. Games A 1 of skill and chance and thousands of novelties to amuse and instruct. Everything priced consistent with our methods of underselling. As there remain but a few days until Christmas, we advise vou not to delay making your purchases. The assort...

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. — 19 December 1903

m ' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 PENTON, MO., DECEMBER 19, 1903. No. 6 Observations by the editor. A Common Bjitry on the Court Docket The "Ring' Really a Chain The Boss and How He Works Organization Among FarmersThe Blair t Case He'll be Turned Loose too. of defendant." "Dismissed at ctMt of defendant," Is a very common, entry on the cir cuit court docket. Psrhapstt is moje common than any other entry, and if there is any valid reason for .such an entry in a criminal docket I will be pleased to ffire the prosecutliiK attorney, or Htiyone else, space to state such reason. In days gone by I hare character iced sucli methods of disposing nf a case as "fixed up with Clio prose cuting attorney," but It muy be that sometimes the prosecuting; attorney fears thut he has u very weak case, or no case at all, against a defend ant, and thinks it his duty to try to save to the tax-payer the costs in the case and for that reason strikes it bargain with the defendant to din miss the case at his co...

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. — 19 December 1903

3? I 1A sj-T m. UNITED STATES . SENATOR SMOOT Increasing Interest Being Mani fested in Hi Case. IT RIVALS THE ROBERTS CASE fce Menntc runitnlltre on Privilege ml tllrcllnti Mu- Inquire Into the Attitude of the Murmur! I'linrvti. TELEPHONE AMAL6AMATI0H To Connect Chicago With Companies Throughout Illiaola. Movement Will Re Far Reaehtaa and Decided tteilaetlnn la Present Telephone Hale. Washington, Doc. 11. Congressional calters at the White House are mani festing Increasing Interest In the case h-volvlng the scat of Senator Sraoot, of I'tah. and the Indications now are that tln contest, which, It Is asserted, Is certain to result from the present agitation, will rival In importance and In earnestness the case of Urlgham H, Koherts hefore the house of represent atives a few years aso. While the pres ident N familiar with the develop ments tints far in the Smoot case, na effort is beltig made by cither side to draw him Into the controversy, the reali.cr.tlon Ileitis Beneral that It la ...

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. — 19 December 1903

10MB POPULAR PEANUTS. V rF t.lttht silla tfca Barlf Spaalsk v Variety la Coaldtrd anEi eclUat Voraca Plaat, The cut ihowa respectively the small, ett ond largest "gooben" that have reached our notice, aayi the Rural New Yorker. The small variety la known aa the Early panlah, and la considered an exeelltnt forage plant for light soils In hot ET.isons. The tops are cut and cured for hay before frost, and are claimed to be fis nutritious ai clover. The pea nut In a legume like clover, and grows best when the roots are atudded with tubercles, but the demand for plant food to 'develop the numerous large oily seed la so great that It cannot well be used as a foI! Improver. The Spanish variety rUANCTS LITTLE AND BIO. ets an Immense crop of little, thin shelled nuts of excellent flavor. They are ton small for general commercial uses, but meet a demand in the manu facture of fancy confectionery. They make nn excellent fattening food for i hogp, which may be pastured on the land sut the nuts ...

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. — 19 December 1903

ii.tr I 5 J i . m ; PS-1 BBBBBBBBsssKf 4. ALt NOW FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPING ! NUR preparation have been extensive, and in the various departments you will find sufficient evidenoe of it. An air of cheerfulness pre W vls everywhere. The Toy Store Is Ready. The entire second floor of our new dry goods building has been transformed into a veritable fairyland. Playthings from all parts of the globe to gladden the hearts of the little ones are here. A detailed description is impos sible. Interest centers on no particular line. There are dolls in such variety of dress and features as to remind one of the human race. A mumcuae ox ioys pawwruvu after the articles grown folks use, miniature kitchen furniture, etc. Toy patrol wagons and hose carts, as well as usable ones lor tne strenuous ooys, re nere. nf nUll and nhance and thousands of novelties to amuse and instruot. fivervthins nriced consistent with our methods of underselling. As there remain but a few days until Christmas, we advise vou no...

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. — 19 December 1903

NUT BROS. EELSO. Successors to Ruih & Drury, Want it generally known that they have a carefully selected and completely NEW STOCK OF WINTER GOODS. Which they will fell at Prices tKat will Please Everyone You are invited to call and see these goods, and are guaranteed your full money's worth for every dollar you spend with us. Courteous Treatment Accorded to All Patrons and Visitors. We are here to stay, and it is by honesty and fair treatment that we hope to succeed. Thanking you for past patronage, we earn estly solicit a continuation of the same. j& j I !! III II I I1 1 Incionral FlreI Lightning! Tornado! 1 nSU rail we l see or write Phil. Hai Hafner. ! Co Columbia Qraphophones FROM HICKORY OIIOVE. FROMKILIO, C. A,Carlfttoo, ehlef dirk t the si lASmtt of hmmIs psrf ssMif t iMrn t play asm mstramsnt CotaMbla Mm rHM)lMiMft SIS. fM, M CoJumMo Cylinder frwphothone COLUMBIA RECORDS lit any Mke of Talklnf Machine worn rn ran cataimuc is, awttamma f vote) sjanrtittet, trt, tests....

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. — 19 December 1903

m j4 .'VliTJWvW -Ir5 HPPfMN aanaaareM vM'MmMta m , .1 ( 1 A. nUtimR.. 1903 1 DECEMBER 1903 m. ml rm. to. tm nt. ut. .... 1 2 3 4 5 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 f.i CURRENT COMMENT. A man In Chicago lias bad his eyeball painted, and one In New York Is an nexing a now ear. These city folks will soon have a fresh face every 12 months. m P r r v Senator Ctillom predicts that Sena tor Gorman will be the democratic can didate for president. The felicity ot senatorial courtesy Is beautiful to ponder over. Annexation sentiment in Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Indian ter ritory is running high. Perhaps they can work up a boom for some old canal Irrigation or other and rld in on that. A professor In a far western univer sity advances the theory that the pe culiar virtues of girls are due to clothes, and that if the boys and girls were dressed alike all would be equally gentle and refined. A professor of the University of Chi cago has discovered that a man's brain power may be increase...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 December 1903

Scott County ftkhtr. rmu a. has-mr, wmwukm, BENTON. JOMOU1& HAND PAINTED COSTUMES. Parisian i:travaaance That Hu CaoKlit the t'aner of Slew York' Fniihloaables, Palette and brush are brought Into ac tive pla.f Jiut now In behalf of faahloni for women. In other words, painted gowns will be Included this winter In the wardvobe of some of New York's most fashionable women, reports the Bun, of recent date. The painted gown may truly be de scribed as a creation. Each Is built ac cording to Individual preference and to nit Individual taste. So far the painted gown has not been manufactured to place on either tho wholesale or the retail market. Indeed, it is doubtful If, at the present time, one could be found at any one of the most famous private dressmaking establish ments in New York, notwithstanding the fact that most of the buyers for these establishments are Just back from Paris with the very latest autumn and winter models. Nevertheless there arc a good many of these gowns now i...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 December 1903

;"W? KiiodtrcotTNTyiacKEit 1 LI to i.- k M Ik Mrialuli Rcataa. Uo.. ol ,fnwr U, MM, m MeeMMnUiBtur. Published at Benton, Mo., every ArviBAY by -: Phil. A-.AP" IS Huliscrlptlon, S1.1H Fcr.Yc'V' For Governor-"-l1iHltV' Joseph w. For AWonteyUeiierSu v tiltMII 1 Ult.t. '' ' For the IVnltejtf htry. THE STATE HOUSE '! TIUTLER CASE" DISMISSED.' -" . Butler didn't'gp to'jV',J?ft$ t m - .V"' ", I told ou 80. You.wlll reniefn.tir i iijrrpedtopowlifiiJJutlpr wetif v forecasted by the St. Louis .il In October, the Hutler nw v. .- reversed and dismissed. Tried and convicted in one of the i .sent Democratic counties of state, before a Democratl juilay. by n Democratic jury, and pmsmuted by a Democratic prose. cutiny; attorney, the supreme court mivs they were all wronir anil net him five. But no one in surprised at tin decir :i. Hurler is quoted an saying thiii ue iit'ef, tit any time, hail any dou -! as- to the Html result. Neither tli tit.voiie eNe who has Wen watch in,- :l tir- in MIouri. flu-...

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. — 26 December 1903

SCOTT COUNTY KICftER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 26, 1903. No. 7 OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. Hatty Hawes Resigns as Police Commissioner. The Nigger in the Woodpile. The Law on Public Printing. Scott County Has Boodlers of Its Own. Harry Hawes, the only president of any branch of thu Jofferaqn Club that Is today outside the peniten tiary, has resigned his Job as police commissioner. Properly speaking, Harry Is not president of any branch. He bosses (he "trunk." Just what is meant by this mora Is not clear, but since the Inw pro hibits a police commissioner from becoming a candidate for the nomin ation for any office, it is to be pre sumed that Mr. Hawes has entered the race for the Democratic (ma chine) nomination for governor of Missouri. You nevor can tell what sort of a job these fellows are putting up. They work uuder cover and you never discover the nigger until the wood-pile is entirely removed. And even then lie is not always visible, and you must locate hint by the smell. D...

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. — 26 December 1903

row 'i , - a i I -TlH as BlaUaetlea at tka Ttira Wm Is f" la Uae with the sstaUee I calt I tke resale, I wow idtr. fa 8 r2- I ! r. j Scott Cotmrkkker. I tU 4. SUIKBia. raWaaae. fcK.NTQy. 1903 DECEMBER 1903 mi I m. m. m Inn. Int. tit 1 2 3 4 5 TT"TTlo TT j2 20 21 22 23 1 24 i 25 26 Missouri State Gleanings. Scientists havo discovered that there aro 1 S7S varietur, of bees I this coun try. This docs not Include the husking bee, the presidential bee or the lynch ing bee. ' An extra session of the Montana legis lature has passed a law whereby liti gants may have an opportunity of get ting fair trials In the courts. The won Her and the shame and the pity of It It that Kueh a law should be necessary. Docs any other state need a similar lawl ' The condition of Armenian-American citizens nf the United Statw has no par allel In history. It Is unprecedented that l'erson horn In one country who havi voluntarily become naturalized citizens of another cctmtry should be required tc pay annual pol...

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. — 26 December 1903

THE It it ID MAN'S OHM1TMAS. Ik a beautiful ilea.!, aaraat h dream la aiei For lh tl'ldrtn carar.ailn thedar otaM. ndKuadicd around my fcncts And 1 tkd them th talt I uaed to Ull- crny locki wire thin and gray To thtjotker children of my lovti Th chtdrcn that wtnt away! I fori! tht vacant plact-tha (alt of tht Mry tnowt In thcjtight of their roiy facta 1 llvtd in th irfns Afoj I llvtd In tho long toi bat th Frtttnt w ptrf.ct thtn For all of the bitter mow that falls on th Uvea of rntn. I only knew they wr near cat, la a wcrld mad new again, And tht Winter vloleti of Mf wer . . ,rlnmd with the Springtime mint I felt th'lr kit Res awcet on my withered chciki and cold) And saw, over thread! of silver, th gleam of their curl of gotd. It It Mit, Ilk a beautiful dream; with nil the tongt that wer sunt", And 1 feel, In the after Silence, that th world I for the young; And thank be to Hod that the world It o, with all It aunny years That at leatt, one time In our live we know klueft, and lo...

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 December 1903

IP'- ' 1 , 'I It" -SCOTT COUNTY KICKER K8i Vi-t. 17 .I tfc hMl aMm In llMtnfi. ffl.. nil Prttswy 14. MM, u mcobcI-cIm null matter. Published nt Ronton, Mo., every SATURDAY BY -: PHU,. A. HAF.NER. Subscription, - 1.(M) Per Yenr. Pop Governor 101)4, JOSEPH W. FOLK. Fop Attoriioy-Uenornl, DAVID A. HALL. Fop tlio Penitentiary, THE STATE HOUSE RING. THE BEANV1LLE SPEECHES. Frequently tlio editor In naked: 'When are you going to twgiti your Deuuvlllo spwelie npiln?" while other suggest that the Kickgh re produce the Bjieeehen of a your ngn. Some ulio suggest that they be put into pamphlet form (or general distribution. 8lnee the circulation of the paper lias nearly doubled during the past year, these speeches would reach an entirely new field insofar us they who have become subscribers during the past year. And I nin quite sure that they who read those speeches a year ago wouh find them doubly interesting at this timefor the truth wears well. Perhaps it may seem egotistic in me to mention...

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