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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 January 1904

i , " Ttyw -fwg; Vj,i SCOTT COUNTY IUCttER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 9, 1904. OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. The Polk Meeting in St. Louls--"Offidal Knowledge" --Chicago Corruption The Butler Trial No More "Fees" from Candidates for Office. uufc week I went to St. Louis to I stands In tlie front rank of uonntn,' attend the Folk meeting on January 2, but, unfortunately, a telegram called me home before the meeting opened. However, I visited the headquarters hnd met many ad Mirers of Mr, Polk from various parts of tho state who hnvo great ouflilenco in landing Mr. Polk in the governor's chulr. Among others I met Congressman Vandlver, chairman of the state or ganization, who feels very confident. After wo had discussed the situation briefly I asked: "How about the raw for congress? Are you not to it?" The congressman chewed his cigar n little, then removed it from his lips and replied: "I am not in it now, but I don't know how it will lie when the time comes to nominate a con gressman....

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. — 9 January 1904

Live;.'" BP I- V i O . Scott County flicker. fcCitTOX ' i g MfttfTTm 1QI JANUARY 1 1904 SUN. I WoV I TUS. Itm I tun I I lie 4U M 3 io ' y LOmhti 4 ii 18 15 5 12 9 26 ' tar I'll 6 '3 20 27 7 !4 21 28 1 8 22 22 i96 33 TOPICS OF THE DAY. ! ll Miles. Wide. The Isthmus of Pnnnma is only 6 miles whin. That's (he reason It wa o cosy 10 push Colombia off. I'lmv Corn. ISctucon April ami November a corn wp was raised In th United Slates valued at $3."i2,iiii.iok. nipping gold li slv business compared with plow. In? corn. i:)'itiuiil l.iimllitR I'lnee. The London Times states that In l!4 years m.nim Knpllsh children have been cnt to Canada. Further Investigation would show that most of them now re side In tho United States. II I I iiu roier ttimliii. A tine or $Iih) now goes with the miIo or loan of a toy pistol In Chicago. The dissemination of toulijaw on the days we celebrate Is an evil that ought to reecho ceneral attention, i''iiiinlt'il I'lir. At .1 1 went prayer meeting in Ttreathltt cou...

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. — 9 January 1904

H 1 ir The Best Missouri News Tuckcra Rlret Rlenetl. Ben Ulewett, assistant superinten dent of the St. Louis public schools, was Belocted to be the next president of the Missouri Stato Teachers' asso ciation. President B. B. Craighead, of the Warrermburg normal school, was the choice ot the normal school con tingent, and they electioneered .er Rlstently for him. Tho state teachers, however, were victorious. Blewett was beaten by a small majority last year, when Prof. O. U. Lanicnn, of Kansas Cly, was chosen. Prof. n. H. Jordan, at tho Rt. Joseph high school, was again selected for treasurer. C. A. Phillips, ot Lexington, was chosen for secretary. The other selections made are: W. C. Sebrln?, ot Steelvllte, first vlre president: Lee W. llood, of Ca Tiithersvllle, second vice president; it. H. Gmberson, ot Columbia, third vice president; V. J. Hawkins, of St. Louis, railroad secretary; John !. Col lins, of St. Louts, for the library board. The committee on time and place for holding t...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 January 1904

I1., I C gEia,Mert,, ,,. iii7S I - inn. mzmm. t., i ii norr tin "Vfiw 'COUNTY KICKER . sort , BMtoa, Mo., oa rtiWMMMMM mall raattir. Bldilbhl -4 u.-.. i .......... atvhsuy by Phil. A. Hacxkh. ; Salwcription, - fl.00 Per Year. For Governor 1004, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attoroey-Ueiieral, DAVID A. HALL. For the Ptuiltetitlury, THE 8TATE HOUSE RING. INNOCENT UNCLE ELI. Hon. D. B. Seibert, bunk examiner for till district, in home to upend C'hrNtirtn with IiIm family. HpeuKiuir of th irovernoralilp mutter, Mr. S. kii.vh hiweelH satisfied that the Demo 1'iiitlc tkket in the state will win next year nil r.HUitl, no mutter who Ik tttmlnatel (or governor. Uut in his tipinion, the best tiilnjr for the piirty to do would be to nominnte Folk for governor, us he would be etrontrent candidate. Mr. Seibert nays it Is all u mistake to think the lenient in St. Louis who oppose Folk's nomination will knife him if be gets it. Jackson Cash-Hook. And yet nil the "politicians" and 'mm-hlne men" nre "uenhmt 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. — 16 January 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 16, 1904. No. 10. WW" OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. . O Social Conditions Among the Ciermatis.--More About the Announcement Fee draft.--Another Boodler Stands on What the Supreme Court Terms His Constitutional Rights. Kratz Brought Back.--The State Senatorship. How lovely It is hi communities where all are considered equal where all are comparatively free. It could be so every wliere except for the "shrewed tnau" who thinks lie is better than others, and that Ills family should fare better than other families. Up to date, what Is known as the hills of 8oott county is practically free and independent. In these hills you find the daughter of the richest farmer walking .along with the daughter of a farmer who has only forty acres. There is no class distinction and the tenant Is practically unknown except as a son or son-in-law. For the sake of argument, let us draw the picture of a tenant in the north part of the county. I mean in the vici...

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. — 16 January 1904

aft t . - (is. m I'" Pi 1 I m ?5 I 1 Scott County ftkfcer. WUWXUB. TMkm a aoMOOlft JANUABY...1004 Esq. Mai. Tsee. Wed. Tim. FH. Bat. 1 2 JL 4 0 0 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 2520 27128 29130 V5 Snd. CL.GL Oth. N.M. 17th. kF.a '25th. It Is estimated that Mme, Pattl will clear $400,000 from her American tour Now. everybody can see why It wai called a "fare well tour." A New York negro has been engaged t a salary of $5,000 to go to Haytl aa court pianist to President Nord Alexis. Good I There Is one ruler who likes rag time and Isn't ashamed to say so. If you cannot think of any good new resolutions, take last year's good Inten tions down off the shelf and brush th dust from them. They will look strange and unfamiliar enough to be almost ai good as new. Canada Is trying to annex Greenlano. In order to get even for that little piece of Alaska she lost. The news that Den mark refuses to sell comes as a sur prise to about nine out of ten peopli who did not know that De...

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. — 16 January 1904

Scott County ftfcker. i ntu A. imHi BENTON. 1OM0UU TEACHER'S BEAU y ADA C. SWEET 5000 (Oopjritht, UN, bj tall Morj Pub. Uo.) 183 CARR imlled m she-glanced I at the blackboard, and her cheek reddened. A rude drawing of a soldier, labeled "Teacher's Beau" adorned the room, evidently the work of one of the boys. "Robert," she said, quietly, to a lad 5f 12, who sat giggling behind his slate, "tako the floor, please, and, first, clean tho blackboard." The whole school broke Into a laugh, but Miss Carr looked over the lessons (or the day, and left Robert standing, dm on one foot, then on the other, In the middle of the floor. The other chil dren gradually settled down to the morn tng routine. It was the day before Thanksgiving, ftnd young feet were tingling to be out running over the frosty roads and fields, young hearts were full ot anticipations over the morrow. Children were chil dren in 1863, even as they are now. A petition was already signed by every boy and girl In the school, aski...

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. — 16 January 1904

mi .j c 'BSC 6.""' favl SR'J da Iff SCOTT COUNTY KICKEH FROM MACEDONIA. You men who complain of the rav ages ot insects on yourcrops, why do yoa allow hunters to destroy the birds which destroy them) insects? It la a well-known fact that farmer could raise scarcely anything with out the aid of birds, who nro the po lice force ot the air and the fields, checking the enormous overproduc tion of predatory insects which would Otherwise overrun the vegetable world. Woodpeckers, creepers,' chick adees and others are the guardians of the trees; fly -catchers protect the foliage; blackbirds, crows, thrushes and larks patrol the surface of the soil; snipe, woodcock and their allies have search warrants to fro under the surface and arrest the festive cut worm and other pests. Each bird has its appointed place in the econo my of nature, and without them we could derive little or no support front the vegetable kingdom. These facts are only just coming home to the farmer through sad experience. ...

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. — 16 January 1904

I ll IrSrmt--mtM WATSR AFFECTS butter. effect of bad roads. 7jjrflBflfraffi iMJMMi Vlbl laformatlnn Contalaael If a It la rait Not Only fcp rifiwn, ( 55,GAvll L fMawSQIi Hccenl Bulletin from (helm hy Merchant and Railroad Wtt VM l' 0tfCgy fciperlment Station, t'ompaale a Wall. I A USEFUL IMPLEMENT. I'or Falt-rUIn h. Sail No Olhat Tool I Mnre effective Than the Xcictected Dra. Of the many toots Introduced (01 pulverizing the soil, none Is cheaper nnd less used than the drag. Som farmers term It "Mock," "Icveler" ot "clod-sniasher." lis use can begin with a two or three-horse size, Immediately after breaking, when It levels the land, t to tooth or disk harrow can do most thorough work, and this same form HOMKMAUH ONK-llOltSK BAO. dues admirably, preceding grain plant rrs of nil types. But It Is the one horse style, used immediately after the cultivator in growing crops, where the nicety of work proves It one of the most profitable tools. In early cultivation It gently hills the plants...

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. — 16 January 1904

f, iWSlfl If P3V 0 aft The Great January Reduction Sale of Hinkle & Chi Begins Saturday, January 16, And lasts 8 days, ending Saturday, Jan. 24 tty Ladies' Dress Goods. Where you will find hundreds of bargains that are indeed worthy of the name. One of the strongest reasons why Our advertisements draw such liberal purchasing crowds is that every statement made is an absolute fact, and the values quo ted are always to be found just as represented. We never have a special or cleaning-up safe without cause, and for tills Sale we have a good one. We have too many goods in our several departments and would rather cut the price now than risk carrying the goods over. To give you an idea of what we mean by a "cut," we quote prices on a few articles, just to give you an idea of prices during these eight days : 1 In our ladies' dross good;? deportment we will give a reduction of 25 per cent on all worsteds, tlannels, opera cloths, bril linntines, etc. We have a lot of remnants and short l...

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. — 23 January 1904

SCOTT COUNTY lUCKEtt. "I'. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 23, 1904. No. II. PHIL. HAFNER'S STUMP SPEECH TO THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. It wu at the Beanvllle school house, near Bushy Hollow. It was on the evening of the spelling match, and all the farmers had turned out to nee how their children were pro grossing at the school. Aa each child would "turn down" its opponent in spelling, the fares of the parents of the successful child would brighten. There was the best of feeling. All the children acquitted themselves well and the fathers and mothers were proud. There was a lack of the usual envy and Jealousy. All were glad that all did well. After the match closed there was general greeting and swapping of yarns. "I am going to make a law yer of my boy," said Farmer Jones, as he proudly catted his son on the shoulder: "Why so?" asked Parmer Brown. "Well, my boy has got a good head on him, and lawyers seem to make an easier llvlh' than anybody clue. Besides lawyers get to be poli ticians and ...

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. — 23 January 1904

. aSnV A . . . I m seen wittf wcfter. niu. r m van. a. nunta-it, rasiiiaaa, a MLMOOM TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tho year's record for London Is 201 talny dayai nnd 6,000,000 people con tlnue to '.he there. C'nllruriiln' ttraaurcca. California Ibnitoa that It will be ahl to support 20,000,000 people when thi year 2,w rolls around. Itnnm for Improvement. Pictures of Seoul malie It look Ilk a collection of coal mining hovels Id West Virginia. It doesn't matter Into whoso hands It falls, It can't help but be "Improved." .-('erlnln. In Any llvent. Physicians tow split hairs so that they attribute death to "heart fall tiro due to diphtheria." Likewise, death may rcult from heart failure, due to decapitation. .Iftittii' Ciinaiimlntt Urxlro. Jnpui now has a military strength f 200,ooi) men, every one of whom ap-pear-, to cherish a secret desire for an opportunity to prove that he can whip nny flvu Husslans on earth. "Home, Mvt-t-t Home." In New York, says a divorce lawyer, there avo from 500 to 1,0...

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. — 23 January 1904

aT DESIRABLE BARlf PLAN. For Artetjaate heller of Crop, Im. wl. Wladhreak mm Sara teraare el Water. Farmers in "western and touthern state aca often at a loss to know bow ' to make a cheap, convenient barn. Mine Is well adapted for the storage ol hay, grain and farm Implements. It will also act as an efficient windbreak. The roof, being large, should shed an average of 2,000 cubic feet of watei every year, which can readily be saved in cisterns. The foundations consist of logs ol cedar or other durable wood, set on end They are, cut long enough to reach s solid foundation. The tops are shaped - as tenons, a, and show about two Inches above surface of ground. The uprights, b, each consist of two scantlings, two by sli Inches, the bottoms of which rest on aBBBBB II jja a a I THE Q HOUND PLAN. each side of tenons, a, as shown at b a, right-hand figure1. The scantlings are bolted and nailed on each side of the tenons. Between these scantlings short ' blocks, two by six Inches, are place...

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. — 23 January 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER CaMd at MM pattofflctla Btatoa, Mo., on hbraarr ll.lm, MMcon1-tlaM mnll natter. Published at Benton, Ms., every HATUBOAY BY -1- PHIL. A. HAKKKR. ButMcription, - gl.00 Per Year. THE LOCAL OPTION QUESTION, The regularity with which Missouri counties ure demanding n vote on local option l causing alarm among tlifl saloon men of Scott county. Fnr the nresent outbreuk against theeiiloon the keepers are themselves to Maine. They are too perniciously iictlve in politics. They want every thing their way. In state alfiiirs the saloons of St. Louis. Kansas City and St. Joseph hold the balance ol power and are under the control of appointees of tlio irorernor. Tills explains why the saloons of the city sell on Sunday, operate wine- rooms and do as they please, fltev rule. Or, rather, It is through them that corrupt politicians continue uieiu mil-nit In nowcr. In county uBnlrs the same tiling exists. The snloou men are most active in the selection of a county .vuirt While we...

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. — 30 January 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol.3 BENTON, MO. JANUARY 30, 1904. No. 12, PHIL. HArNER'S- STUMP SPEECH TO THE DEANVILLE NATIVES. (Continued from last week.) During the WMk then wan n gen tral discussion of Phil. Hnfner's speech In the Beanvllle settlement, and many got out their bible to tee If the rerae qnotMd was really there. Then they asked the parson about it, and he explained It by saying that conditions were different then lust as If conditions could change the intent of the Word of Ood. On the appointed evening the achoolhouee was filled to its otmnet capacity. The discussion of the week had aroused much interest and every body was eager to hear what the speaker would say next. Thr poli ticians also got wind of the excite ment aud seut a "spotter" down to report the proceedings. About 7 o'clock the speaker arrived and. with out any preliminaries, stepped to the teacher's desk and began: "Ladles and gentlemen: This I" "Hold on there, Mr. Speaker," In terrupted Farmer Jones, "I want to...

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. — 30 January 1904

Scott County Ifckter. ' Mtlm At BAtHER, rtblls'aat. KXTOK. a a klMOUltt' TOPICS OF THE DAY. Knitrtr l.fnnn. The year's recnr.l Tor London Is 208 rainy days; mid fi,ooo,000 people con tinue 10 llvo there. Cnliroruln'o Ilraanrcr. California Hguies that It will be nbla to support 20,000,000 people when thi cnr 2,000 rolls nround. Uoniii fnr tmtrot einctit. Pictures of Seoul make It look tlk a collection or toal mining hovels in West Virginia. It doesn't matter into whose hands It fall3, it can't help but be "improved." Ortiiln, In Any Uvnit. Physicians now split hairs so Hint they attribute death to "heart fall tire due to diphtheria." Likewise, death may veult from heart failure, due to decapitation. Initilu'a (onoiiitilnu: l)lri. Japan now has a military otrencth f 200,000 nien, every one of whom ap pear to cherish a secret desire for an opportunity to prove that he can whip nny Ave Kusslans on earth. The Best Missouri News "Home. (( llnini." In New York, says a divorce lawyer, there...

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. — 30 January 1904

I,'. DESIRABLE BARM PLAN. Ver Adeqaale Shelter of Crops, I at. meat, Windbreak and Safe storage of Water. Farmers in western and southern states are often at a loss to know how to mako a .cheap, convenient barn. Mine Is well adapted (or the storage of hay, grain and farm Implements. It will also act as an efficient windbreak. The roof, being large, should shed an average of 2,000 cubic feet of watei every year, which can readily be saved In cisterns. The foundations consist of logs ol cedar or other durable wood, set on end They are cut long enough to reach 8 solid foundation. The tops are shaped as tenons, a, and show about two Inchei above surface of ground. The uprights, b, each consist of two scantlings, two by lz Inches, the bottoms of which rest oc 'SILL JUL THE OKOL'ND PLAN. irh side of tenons, a, as shown at b a, right-hand figure. The scantlings are bolted and nailed on each side of the tenons. Between these scantlings short blocks, two by six Inches, are placed at regular ...

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. — 30 January 1904

It BCOTT COUNTY KICKER M.Mm Boat ofe la Bto,Mo.,OB It, MM, m eweoaiWehwa Mail mattir. W a aw reaaon the paper for the Ertftlt hat not arrivad, which neces Hato the printing of a half sheet. However, It fires nil the home newa. CAN'T BE EXPLAINED. vlw ratM charged by country MWspMfMrs for thn announcements of candidate run about as follows: CongrtMmnB, from 15 to 2(; Cir cuit Judge, 910; Stuto Senator, 10; Rttpreeenttitire, f7.U); other county oiHoera, f5; township officers, 2.50. In mi!h nae the apnea occupied by the iiunawncawent Is about tliesame. The cnndHaU for Representative, wlioae legitimate pay cannot exceed 350 during a term of office, Is asked ta pay 7.50, while n candidate for Collector, wlioae legitimate pay will exceed 5,000 during a terrnofottUf, is asked to pay only 5. A enndidute for congress is expeo ted to announce in nil the Democrat iu papers in seventeen counties. This ine:ins more thanl,0(K)asastarter. The newspapers demand as an iiouncement fees all that a Sta...

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 February 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 6, 1904. No. 13. PHIL. STUMP SPEECH TO THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. 'The report of ttio "spotter" who had been Rent to thoHeiinvllle school house evidently ulnrtnod the polit icians and tho nest issue of their organ contained the following: "Phil Hnfner mude n speech to the Bennvllle natives Tuesday night, in -which ho nhusod and vilified our best citizens. When a man slanders the men whom the people have elected to office he reflects upon the intellig ence of the people, nnd, in etiect, slanders tho people themselves. It is said thnt the good people of Bean ville wore much displeased with Hef ner's tirade nnd that many left tho room in disgust shortly after he be gan. Hnfner Is n demagogue, nnd his rantings are founded on spite nnd the soreness of a defeated candi date. The farmers of the Bennvllle settlement are intelligent nnd thrifty und will not be deceived by a man who underestimates their intelligence. Those people are Democrats of ...

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 February 1904

7 if) IA t tiff I ' I 1 I 1 I aaj Scott County dicker. ran, a. hahceh. riuhsc. JOMOUU. 9 TOPICS OF THE DAY. n Clients. It take's a Ions time for The llacue tribunal to build up a practice. The t'hlino ThlrM. They coiililn't keep the saloons of Chicago closed as long as they have the theaters. I'tt to nnte. Kttssla calls the Japanese pagans; but the Japanese have sense enough to tiRtire up thi;lr ealetuhr so as not to be two wteks behind the right time, 'iitiii-iiKntlnnii. A St. Louis paper complains that there Is only one handsome man out of 22 Amertvan novelists. But consider how handsome they always make their heroes. ; Too I'm to Brenthr. Joseph Wolaver. 14 years old. who welshed i'.w pounds, Is dead at his home In Unnlncton Center. 111. When nvo years old ho weighed 100 pounds. At ten yp;ir old he welched 2t0 pounds. Death was duo to a coughing spell. mill Lettish nnit l.le. The United States spends as much money for patent medicines ns for bread. This Is a flm- thing for the ('...

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