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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 May 1904

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO MAY 2J, 1904. No. 28. OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. o ' Something About War. The Hauge Peace Conference. Lincoln's Prediction.Martial Law in Colorado. Just why civilized nations should be bo quick to resort to war Is not clear. It private citizens of them nations lose control of themselves And fight, they nre punished for "dis turbing the pence." But when two nations full out nnd fight because one has outpluudcred the other, thnt is called "glorious warfare." Several years ago the world was astonished by the proposal of ti ponce congress, made by thoCzarof Ruisia. He wanted the wholo world to be at pence and the dangers of war thus averted or that's what he said. Like all politicians nnd rulers', it is not safe to take tho Czar seriously. However, a pence conference was called and wus held at tho Hag;?, all the big powers being represented. Just what happened there may never bo known tn the fellows who pay the taxes and do the fighting, but it is...

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. — 21 May 1904

Scott County ftkfcer. ran a. BAnraVTaMitkeaj uiMouai Uncle 8am now has the deed to tht Panama canal Btrlp. Nothing more r saalni but to dig the canal. The fate of tho Chicago street-car ban. t Iti ought to discourage the sale ot dtmt novels for the time being, but It It very doubtful If It docs. It Is predicted that the lUbtnurlm boats wilt eventually drive the monstel battle ships out of buslr.cs3. The wan of the future are to be fought fish fashion. Spurned from Australia's doors, It J announced that Dowle wilt not be per mlted to land In England. It begins tc look as If Chicago were the only plac on earth that will tolerate him. The statement Is niado In St. Peters burg that all the plans of the Jauntiest ore Unown to Russia. In view of thi results Russia has been netting. sh ought to be ashamed to tell it. The year 1004 Is teachlug the Amerl can people a powerful lesson by Its dis astrous fires. We need hotter building nnd Inspection laws; the European clt les have them, nnd the...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 May 1904

'a Bnnti nt t B,''Bh.8.t,V?..?"e tMnkrikA a crack .Hot 1 duel li,.tnltl".,l, ",c roulJn t hi' You tec. hn' n -!,. f.,.,?,,h?nc8' fB(,.e ?.'' . Out ut fSE? iS .I."1 lMf" .ntoum! 0,1 ' i". ni ItlCfl 011 tllG WilV Lima Itn mt.. -a. ' L - ifti..w"c ai0 ?vcnir of the hunt." i Hit "Mi"vv wiucr; "lie a what j";oitaLtt,''r?iB.a''i'? 'por, ,,n,t h,r- Possible Explanation. Accounts for what?" tiiir-riod the youth West Virginia Around. Rolicr?, W. Vn., May t0.--M.1ny inter cetinu discoveries, nrc being wade nml rtintiy wonderful cures reported rcccntlv, but nothing lias heen oen or licird of in this state to equal the wonderful work of n remedy cnllcil Dodd'a Kidney 1MI1. i lie people nrc Very etit1uismtie nhnut it. for it ccm that there i no case that this Wonderful Medicine cannot cuie. Among nwny case, reported that of Mr. John J. Ash, of this place, is con spicuous for its completeness. Mr. Ash wag n great sulTerer with Klilncv trouble, it ,,ra ,Brm,ua'lv crowing woio till ut the last he w...

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. — 21 May 1904

f JIM HEEb (L'lTS. Mr. Heed hits iitmouiicort his with drawal from tho raco (or the Demo 'cratlc nomination fnr Governor of ' MlMOUti. 'And in doing so ho m-ted .the gentleman. He released his dele ' gates and friends from further obli gations, while Hnwes st ill holds on to his 111 Indians and (iuntt to his 1 row of 0000. ""This seems to leave Mr. Folk n clear Heldbut 1 am not ready to nay that his nomination is certain. The ' machine Is resourceful. .Just now 8am Cook ami .Tim Soi bert's man, Allen, are attracting a great deal of attention. With hi constitutional amendments club and '..tois bank examiner, Coik is petting quite a number of count ie. Ju.t be- ' fore a rote is taken in a county the ' organ that got the fl'.U lut election anneatrt that there was a very large attendance. Thedelegntesfrom Scott county were: Joe W. Moore, H. . Dodge. N". H. Cavanah, J. E. Conglo ton, 11. W. McLean, J. M. Adams, A. (J. "Willtmu- ami l. L. 1'iolHt. I Dr. n. A. Sparks", of this county, was ...

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. — 21 May 1904

ft Scott County Kicker, Benton, Mo., May 21, 1904. Supplement. Keces .vers Auction Sale ! AT VANDUSER, MO., Saturday, May 28, lo04. On the above date Twill close out the entire stock of General Merchandise of the late firm of M. A. 3 9 g ui vicuci at mci manuise ui ine iaie nrm ot ivi. a. j Jones & Co., at Auction. ' If you offer the highest bid you get whatever article is up for sale. U Respectfully, N F TOWNES, iswtivci iui XTi. rv. JUIICd (X VU. ttj Mi'. W. 1. TiMiilin-iiii tail l.i'iMi i inpliivcil In tech tin1 Sandy Prairie rhool. Mi Kiln -M i t 1 1 1 1 lit tile Hunter -i'l I. W. W. Mitchell lit l.i'iniN, t . 1 1 1 Mitchell liiliiistin nt St i iiiii'T -chool. !t"V. M Mntiti'itiMi filed hi- up- iiiint ;it nt ISichwoods Snttiiilny niyht. iitnl ni Siititlti.v tlic l.i'iiiiu'i' inmli'ii-1 Mti iAi'i'il"iir jr i;i-i in. 1,'i.vil X-"ll:iv if lit. who h,i- liifii in tin- employ (if a real e-Mte 11 mi . in Coliir.'t In. is visiting foster father. Mi-. .1. l Kniiii".v. t'h uliw KiiiN...

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. — 21 May 1904

I9HTI lea. Nt and the to t the Kail; Thit Unit Tl nslt fcnt ho ! mat tba' wer the; ilec npp notuiM.u . . . i he flNed at $JV)O0, and that of Dia- 6f lheMethodlrt'churcn-trpon-uivurvi mor.d at $23,u0'. consolidation of the various branches

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. — 28 May 1904

I. SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., MAY 28, 1904. NO. 29. US OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. o Something About Conditions in Missouri. What Has Happened to the State Binding Twine Factory? Really, I feel sorry for Uncle Eli Alee of the Iron County Register. Alt along he has enjoyed the reputation of being the ablest newspaper man in Southeast Missouri. He has been re garded as fearless and Just. But it neems to be another cose of a good rami gone wrong. The Stat Tribune of Jefferson City Is as much a machine organ as is any other sheet that depends, on the ma chine for support. In his Inst issue, Uncle Ell prints an article from the Tribune which lie says he "heartily contends," and adds that "evory word of the paragraph is true." Let us analyse the article section by section and see how much truth there is in it. The first section reads : "Thenatlonal government lacks nearly eighty million of having nough money to meet the ap propriations of Congress, and yet Republican newspap...

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. — 28 May 1904

fm ,1 to? Scott Comity ftkktr. 1 .-i - 1. ' sH ?n" '' rau. a. TOPICS OF THS DAY. Prealdcnt'a don a Clerk. ' Paul Loubct, eldest son of the presi dent of the French republic, has Just accepted a $400 a year clerkship in tha Bank of France. w Columbia, Mo.. May 17. The United States department of aurlcult- tire, climate and crop bulletin of the weather bureau, Missouri section, for the week ending May 10, 1004. says: iuc temperature averaccd consider- ably below the normal In all sections of the .tate. and the week closed with a cold rain. Llsht froi.t wan conorat In the western counties on tne 10th and 14th. but did little or no damage. The precipitation exceeded one Inch over portions of the central and west ern sections, but in the eastern coun ties It was generally light. in most of the southern counties rnn. dltlons were favorable for fnrm work. bu,t In a majority of the central and northern counties the ground remained too wet. In some districts, hntVAVr. weather Is palmed off 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. — 28 May 1904

TIMID, SUFFERING WOMEN. jfjtjfc Women run down fjtm -nl endure dally lor AjBT tttrca through Beg. jtltML lectlng1 the kidneys. B Kidney backache k makes housework a burden Is m. .PLaaaF possible J sleep fit IHL full appetite pi res B out and you are tired BBBJ ttio time. Cnn't BBHBJ bo well until the kid laaBsw ncys are well. Use 1'oan's Kidney Pills, which hare restored thousands of suf fering women to health and vigor. Mrs. William Wallace, of 18 Capitol St., Concord, N. II., sa.vst "I was In the early stages of Bright Disease, and were It not for Doan's Kidney Pills, I would not be living to-day. Pain In the back was so Intense that at night I had to get out of bed until the parox ysm of pain passed nway. I was languid and tired and hadn't tho strength to lift a kettle of water. 1 could not work, but a few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills relieved-me, and two boxes absolutely cured me." A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mrs. Wallace will be mailed to any part of ...

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. — 28 May 1904

I .MCUYT.COUKTr KICKER. t oiei la .Bmtan, Mo., on Subscription, 91.00, Per Year. ' t PbHiihd at Benton, Mo., every ATUjmlt1 by : Pint,. A'. HArKKB tacked by ruffians lie got behind Flynn, nnd demanded that lie arrest tlicm, 'which' Flynn failed to do. Other witnesses testified that when thugs-kn'ockud n ninn down within four feet of Flynn, tlio latter turned Ida. back itidlfteroutiy and walked away.' ..Such was the evidence which con victed tlio fltst one of the fourteen Indicted offlom to be tried." Mind you, the conditions desorlbed by, the Republic have been the same since the present election law went into effect in 1809. The governor appoints the police commissioners and election commissioners, and the the ABOT4T TOLL-QATE8. If a plain, citizen meets you in , the road, pokes, a (run i,n your face and t demands your. Inst quarter, he is , guilty of highway robbery .ami sub ' Ject to a term in, the penitentiary. If a corporation stretches an iron i police commissioners appoint to...

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. — 4 June 1904

SGOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., JUNE 4, 1904. No. 30. OTIIElt KICKERS. KILLING AT Officer Not Satisfied With the Conduct of Prosecutor Kelly. Two weeks ago two men were put in jail here charged with aiding Chas. Minton in making his escape. Sup posing that It was only an effort on the part o! the authorities to make it appearthatthey had caught some body, the Kicker paid no attention to the matter. Last week these men were up for preliminary hearing before Squire Cannon and were turned loose. There was much feeling over the matter and the prosecuting attorney wus Bererely criticised by some becuuso of tlis part played by liltn. Hut the Kicker has long ngo loomed that law and justice as dished out here is only a farce, aud again Ignored the mutter. At Kelso, Tuesday, a communica tion was handed me by Constable Drury und J. II. McLeau. Learning tho contents I told tlinm tliut it wus in violation of tho rules of the paper to publish such communications uu less signed by the au...

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. — 4 June 1904

Eft a-- it' p.. i 1 I cott County ftkfcer. Wg AWCKII. FealUaSSt MnOTCsa. JOMOUBX Unci flam bow has the deed to the Panama canal atrip. Nothing more re Bains but to dig the canal. Thla Is the time of the year when the eweet girl graduate Is bothered between choosing white mull, green calico or bin denim as the subject of her graduation essay. According to the latest reports, the 'czar Is still willing to put hU universal disarmament scheme In force, and. If it Is all the same to us, would like to commence on Japan. One of the Huslsan generals has been relieved of his command because he fought with too much desperation on the Yalu. The czar seems to have no faith In a man who can't retreat. The Chine:: prince, Pit l.uu, Is In the United Statcj looking for officers) for the new Chinese Imperial reform army. He has probably heard that 've have colonels to burn. The bonfire built by piano dealers at Atlantic City of 1 ,00 square piano?, to celebrate the passing of that old fashioned Inst...

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. — 4 June 1904

VENTILATING A COW BARN. llmpl Man That Can Bt Xada ta Work In Any Itable by Any on Xandy with Tooli. A basement itable barn with which we are acquainted having apace for ai, least 60 cowi, haa been ventilated the past winter ao that the air items sweet and fresh all the time by putting la two flues two feet square, made prac tically airtight from matched boarding and setting them so they start about a foot above the stable floor and ex tend upward to the roof and project three or four feet. A little roof over the ventilator keeps out snow or rain. A handkerchief held near the opening la strongly drawn towards the opening rum: a in kok cow staui.es. of the shaft; showing the forcible up ward current of the air. This opening Is placed near the floor so that the Im pure air which Is heavier will be taken out by the strong draft first. This shaft should extend up through the roof that the foul air may escape outside of tho barn. To admit fresh air so that it will not chill the cows or i...

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

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. "3nWrrt tW pwt nfflc In tlfittqu, Mo., on ) tttttWJ 14, lOOi.n. hk-ouiI cIuM.iimll BiiiUnr Subscription, 1.00 Per Year. PubllHheil nt HiMiton, Mo., ovcry Saturday by :- l'liit,. A, Hafxkr LOBBYIST NOT WANTED. The rdst-PiuUeh Hits the 'mark when it My. "In the Cimlm-ll wine 'Mr. Cook testified that heatul Sefbert lind received for the state committee 'in 1 80S il:i,."()( from corporation 'whleh ftibsennently obtain valuable SIDELIGHTS. Observation on Thing" In Gen eral nn.d 'Pnrttvtilar. nV i. n. hood. ' Miss Alice Roosevelt' 6t the reign im? royal faniily of tlio ly'iilteil States of America has been at w World's Fair, and no court journal of any monarchy on earth ever outdid our own glorious anil 'utitramelled press in sheer idiocy of petty detail of the sayings, doings, dress, hunger, thirst and other commonplace miuutia of tins not at all extraordinary young woman. 1 acquit the young lady of any complicity in or enjoyment of "legislation. The most notorious 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. — 18 June 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., JUNE 18, 1904. No. 31. OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR -o- Seibert's Indictment. How He Bossed the Saloons in the Interest of His Party. Like Conditions Here. Jim 8oibort was appointed excise commissioner of St. Louis for a pur pose. Thnt purpose was to boss tho saloon of that city mora rigidly in the Interest of tlie party. All excise commissioners hare been expected to do tliiu and did 80 to the best of tlielr ability but conditions in Mis souri becunio critical, and the ma chine managers proposed to leare nothing to chance. During the campaign of 1000, Dock et's picture adorned every saloon bar in St. Louis. In the spring of 1001 the picture of Rolla Wells hung where Doefcpry's picture hnd hung the full before. Every saloon was Democratic headquarters. Any saloon that refused to come under the party lash found it rough sledding. In fact, in could not ex!st. Every saloon in St. Louis violates the law every day in the week, and any saloon that in...

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. — 18 June 1904

K.isrti .1 i v . - - - W,4 . Scott County flicker. I People are still getting killed in fold ing beds. It rasy yet be necessary to put folding beds on the list with toy pistols. It It were nut tor the annual spring and summer floods some of these western riv ers would have a hard time keeping on the maps. A Chicago woman Is suing for divorce because her husband hasn't smiled It seven years. Presumably his face now wears a broad grin. The Kansas crops have been ruUfcd b foods, and win be obliterated by Insects. And yetlie Kansas crops will be moved on tlo'e, and as usual, this year. Liberty bell has halted at St. Louis on the present Journey, but It could travel half way round the world on tcr-rltoi-y belonging to the United States. The Scotch and IJngllsh arc them selves responsible for the loss of the Rolf championship to an American. They ought to have U pt the came to thcmj'jlves If they wanted to be fate. Ants that are fierce enemies to the boll weevil are being brought to this ...

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. — 18 June 1904

its TRANSPLANTING OF TREES. An Experienced Eortleulturiit Talks About Hit Success in This Line During the Past Season. In Iho transplanting of orchard tvccH, ono should keep in mind the torm and habit of growth of each tree. Most trees that are, transplanted leave part of the root system in the ground ftom whero they were dug. It the roots have men mangled or torn, they should be cut back to smooth wood. In planting, the top should be cut back, leaving a leader that Is some longer than the branches. If the top should not bo rut back, the leaves would require so much nourishment that the short roots could not supply it. Tho drying out of the treo would result. If the tree has a well-balanced top, branches evenly distributed around the main stalk, It wilt not be n very dlfflcult matter to form a good tree; If, however, the branches are on one side of the tree, It will bo very unshapely, and unless these aro cut back and branched allowed to form on both sides, the tree will soon b NATI...

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. — 18 June 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. BatHvd t th pot ulRva la Bnton, Mo., on t'cbMivr? 14, ml, M nrnnd-elSM moll mitttor Subecrlptiou, - $1.00 Per Year. PubliHhud at Benton, Mo., every Saturday by :- Phil. A. Hafnek FROM NBW HAMBURG. Mrs. Barbara Gem died at Cnpe Girardeau on the Ttli hint., nt the home of her daughter, Mr. Rosluu Kettercr. Her hunbatul died in 18(5!, since which time hr lm battled through life alone. She who the mother of ten children six of whom survive her. viz: Ueortre ami Andrew Clerst of thin community: Mrs. John Thonmn, Mrs. John lleohet und Mrs. Roimi Ketterer, Cnpe Gir urdenu ami Mr. Clara Hoepper, St. Louis. Beside these are ttfty-onp grandchildren nud thirty-six (rmit grandchildren. Frank Dumey, boh of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dumey, and Miss Clara Vetter, daughter of John Llnhart. weremar ried at Texarknna Tuesday. Matt and Miss Friday Dumey of this place and Frank Messiucr of Kelso attend ed the wedding. John Willielm has had his hair cut with ti lawn mower. As a result FROM G...

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. — 25 June 1904

mwmw SCOTT Vol. 3 n ir r w u A COUNTY f.NTON, MO., JUNE 25,1904. mm No. 32. Growth of Commercialism in Politics. (Hon. Bird S. Coler in New York Independent.) .The conviction In tUo Federal court old methods of robbing the. people .of a Senator of the United Bta ten and through the public treasury. But the of a former raombor of the House of spirit of nutting something for no- Representatives, of crimes of which tlio plain English name or description would bo tho uso of their official po-' eltlons for purposes of corrupt' per sonal gain; the infamous record of tho last session of tho Nov York Leg islature in passing bills to enrichn , dividual ut the expense of the poo dle us a whole, should senro to bring home to the voters with startling ,nnd effectivo force a realization of .the rapid and dangerous ' grouth of the spirit of commercialism in Amer ican politics. The Legislature of the state of New York at the session recently adjourn ed carried the new system of politics .beyond th...

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. — 25 June 1904

I . Scott County flicker La i 1 B- r ft- ns? ft. Maim .. joMonu Chicago ctub women aro discussing the problem of how to make men cat what they don't like. The easiest war la to tell them it Is not good tor them. The California fruit crop Is going to bo short this year, but Delaware has broken the record by getting through without letting the frost hurt her peaches. Spain 13 Echemtng to have some ot bcr old debts paid by Cuba. It would seem to be extremely foolish on the part of Spain to have any further trouble with Cuba. A Boston man became a physical wreck after riding 500 miles In an au tomobile. As a rule It Is not the man, In the auto, but the otic along the way, that aro converted Into physical wrecks. Eastern doctors were declaring some time ago that we eat too much, but now here cumes the Mcdlc.il Uecord with the assertion that most people do i:ot eat enough. The average appears to be about right. A New York woman who was worth $75,00i died the other day and left her husband...

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