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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 August 1904

NEVER GETS OUT OF ORDER 4tttotnatie fountain for Poultry Yard Which Moods Attention But Oneo a Say. . Every poultryman knows how dif ficult it Is to keep good clean water for a largo flock of hens shut up in a house or yard. If furnished in an open vessel It is soon lowered out of reach or filled with dirt and litter by their scratching. Various small fountains art on the market which do for tittle chicks, but large fowls, shut In a warm house, drink a great deal and re quire lots of time and attention. The accompanying cut shows an automatic fountain, which 1 devised for ui in AUTOMATIC FOUNTAIN, my poultry home. It Is made of a ten gallon keg. A pint tin cup Is connect ed by a small tube to the lower em!, from which the chickens drink. To fill the keg the tube Is corked, then the cork Is taken out of the ton. When it Is filled make the top bung tight and open the tube below. The water, will not run out of the cup if the tube be an inch or more below the top. One cup will water a g...

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. — 6 August 1904

J. 2A .ik, . mwm , . tr U'i'ii n-m-f lk. 1 1 . 1 - - miinim 11 nil 1 it 1 n nni'n finfififTiyiMtvmwiww"! 1 K 1 w75 if- mi ' SCOTT COUNTS KICKER Kntmd nt thr mt uffln-(n llenloii, Mo., on Ftbtnnty 14. UVJ, n ccomUl mull matter Subscription, S1.00 Per War. Published at Saturday by Henton. Mo. every -:- l'Mit., A. Hafxkr Mil. HRYAN 8KES THK LK1HT. lu'lnst week's fowe of tin? Com tnotier Mr. Bryan Advucntes wlint the Kicker iidvorstfvd in It first issue nearly three yours ago. He advocates government ownership o( railroads and fetacrnplis and the municipal owiwrship of street rail ways, lighting plants, water works and all tbe things that the people must use in common and which are now monopolized by organized greed. Speaking of the public ownership of railroads, Mr. Bryan says: "I have heretofore refused to take a position upon the question of the government ownership of railroads, first, because I had not until recently studied the subject, and, second, be cause the question had not b...

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. — 13 August 1904

..jjj jj Mr SCOT COUNTY KICKER. m vol. 13 Vt BENTON, MO., AUGUST 13, 1904. No. 38. KICKER OBSERNATIONS. A It Is evident that tlie gang intend to give Mr. Folk about all he run tote in tho way of running mates. Jim Dutler will probably be a candl date for renominntlon to congress in tlio Twelfth district. The St. Louis World says that "should Mr. Butler ask for ronotnimitioii it Is conceded that ho would Deceive it by acclama tion." No doubt of .it. But "acclamation" is a new and quite original name for .stuffing the ballot boxes. -But, as staled by the World, If Mr. Butler desires ronominatlon the Indians will see to it that Jio gets it by a pfnctl. -.cully unanimous vote. Butlerism is supremo in Missouri. Without It lio man lias been permit ted to hold any important public olBce In Missouri for a quarter of a century. Butlerism means corpora tion rule. Butler is only the agent. .And while he made millions for others, ho managed to keep enough fur himself to keep tho wolf from the 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. — 13 August 1904

Scott Count ftkfcer. . Aran a, rmMuhm 1904 AUGUST 11904 SUN. I WON, I TUt. ItTlft I THU.I TBI. I SAT, lS- 1 2 3 4 .5 7 7 8 9 io ii 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2324252627 28 20 30 3 1 ' 2l 'iL I "13 j I "11 !? I MO Again Russia murmur, "War is Port Arthur is tailing with Its usual regularity. Now that the czar has lost his right hand man he will doubtless And it con venient to become a southpaw. SEN. FAIRBANKS DULY NOTIFIED Officially Told of Hi Ifominatioa For tha Vtce-Preaidaacy. CROWD WITNESSED CEREMONY Henry O. Davis Is worth $40,000,000, and Hetty Green Is probably wonder Ing why he doesn't "lay low" and save his money. The notification meetings that are now the order of the day can hardly be called surprise parties. Two young women pedestrians of Rochester, lnd., are taking a tramp to the St. Louis exposition. He ought to have a good time. Oklahoma is calling for hands to cut broomcorn, and offers $1.50 a day and "found." Here's an opportunity for men who want a little exe...

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. — 13 August 1904

mm HI MATTOCK FOR THE GARDEN Tfjr Xaklac Obi Bight Away and Ton Will Tlmd That It Bavss Lota of Work. About the eutcit and most effective too! to work with In the garden for digging weeds and plantain out of laws, li nothing more than the 20-Inch leaf of an old buggy spring, with a A HANDT OArtDEN TOOT 3 Inch or four foot handle attached. If the aprlng has but one hole It can be attached with one large screw or nail, and two wire tics. If three holes, three screws are sufficient. Handle can be cut out of a piece of fenco board the required length, cut square at the end and dressed down to suit the eye and hands of the user. Try ranking one right away. J. C. Umstott, In Ohio Farmer. REMEDIES FOR CUT WORMS To Trap These Destructive Garden and Orchard Peats Requires Work ' and Strategy. Cutworms are the larvae of moths belonging to the family noctuldac. These moths are night flyers; their eyes shine In the lamp light and hence they are sometimes called "owlet moths." The eggs are laid ...

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. — 13 August 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. paUNd t tlit pott offlf lo BAton, Mo., on Kbrary 14, 1002, a Kotul-rlan in All matter Subscription, - $1.00 Per Year. Phil. A. Havn-rh, : Publisher. A WORD TO 8URSCRMERS. Last year saw 11 crop failure in ficott county. Wheat that yielded ten bushels per ncre was considered a (rood crop. In ninny field It was not worth tho threshing. Farmers did not realize tho usual profit from tho melon crop, nnd the corn crop was for short of normal. Money wns source among the people. Many subscribers enme to me nnd nid: "I wnnt tho Kicker and don't nee how I'm going to get along with juut it, but I just haven't got the money to pay for it." In every such case the subscriber wns assured that he would receive ho paper until money became more plentiful, when he could pay for it There is money in the county now. Tho wheat crop turned out excellent, the melon crop promises fair returns nnd the corn prospect are good. There is no reason nowwhy those in .arrears with this pnpor shou...

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. — 20 August 1904

SCOTT COUNTY K.ICKER. r, Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., AUGUST 20, 1904. No. 39. r KICKER OBSERNATIONS. o About the Folk-Stone Row.--How Stone Secretly Aided Meriwether in 1900 and Voted for Wells. ' Say, but wnit. I used to tliink Sen ator Hill .Stone mi nngel. I figured tho people of tliostnto, nnd I fully Intended to do it. Hut Mr. Folk and some others protected against my doing. tltHt, tind nfter further tnlk in which Folk said tlmt In a few days lio would give out n satisfactory stntemcnt of his position, I Bale I would not nmko the speech alluded to. Mr. Folk promised me, in the presence of Senator Coekrell and Mr. McLeod, tlmt lie would on the Mon day following give out a clear, defin ite stntcmetit, putting it t rest nil questions as to his absolute loyalty to the party and the ticket. For some reason of which I tun not nd vised, but which 1 presume is satis factory, Mr. Folk did not give out the statement ho promised to inuko on Monday.'' Ho you sec Senator Stone (pirate like) wants a...

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. — 20 August 1904

TP Scott County flicker. BENTOH. HArKBH, rakiukw, JOMOUBL The public Is the chief sufferer In a big strike. Its sympathies re with Its own plundered pockets. Kuropatktn has about decide not to 1e stubborn In case ho gets a chance to make peace before reaching Toklo. Train robbers operated successfully lthln 23 miles of Chicago. Very few groin cities can boast of such Industry almost within their limits. Now that n New England mob has tried to start a hanging bee no doubt several southern cities will feel called upon to do a little pertinent moralizing. And now the typewriting record hai been wrested from a Washington wom an by a New York man. The talking record is still safeln the hands cf the fair tex, however. The old politicians are already begin ning to worry about the danger of being beaten by overcoiAUlcnce. This scare never falls to bob up when there Is a pres Mcnt to be elected. Fraternal Insurance societies are re organizing upon a scientific basis. The Idea seems to be tha...

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. — 20 August 1904

i ? IN WESTERN CANADA THREE DIVISIONS ATOOKDXXa CHANCE FOB SETTLEMENT. They Are Specially Adapted to Ranch. Jug, Wheat Growing and Mixed Farming Many Americana Settling There. The old Ilomnns used to tay that Gaul was divided Into three parte. So Is the Canadian northwett. Caul's divisions were political; those of western Cana da's prairies are created by the unerring hand of nature. The ulrat Division. Chiefly because of the elevation of the country, the absence of large lakes and rivers, and the operations of tho "Chinook" or Pacific ocean winds, which readily cross tho Rocky moun tains In southern Alberta through gaps and passes, the southwestern portion of the Canadian provinces Is regarded as eomcwhat arid, and less fertile than othtr portions of tho country. Al though this has been a prevailing Idea It must not bo supposed for a moment that while this part of the country is outlined as the especially favorable dla. trlct for wheat growing, It Is not good for mixed operations a...

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. — 20 August 1904

fx V SCOTT COUNTY KICK UK. 32 If?- 8 m HI 5 0i ess 3 f ... t.'ntoreil nt tbi- utfico lu tlciitiiii. Mo., on iM'timr.r 14, lsw, m swotiili-liiM mull mutter m Hubscriptioti, - 1.00 Per Year, l'liii.. A. H.vrsT.ii, : Publisher. MiUEfiioirrs. AN IMPOSSIBLE TASK. "Sam H. Cook iiml Albert O. Allen lmvo been faithful public servants iiml have clean official records. If this isn't tint', just 'show H.i,' if you please." Marble Hill Press. It vou)iI bo difficult to "show" otnifl who nun see nothing but vision- of I tho appropriation ho in to pot this winter for publishing tlu eoustltu tloiuil amendments in tho full ami Hum Cook "selects" tlu paper in t'ucli county. Hut say, mister, iliil you hour anything about Sam Took boiii implicated in tlio SjuhmI-Lyons bribery ilonl and saved from Indict ment only by the statute of litnitu . : . . I nioreiul agencies, who deal in cold WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN? j facts instead of political fictions, 'Gov. Doekory has deoided not to igivo the lie to Mr. Wri...

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. — 27 August 1904

SCO COUNT ill CliER. . i Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., AUQUST 27, 1904. No. 40. AS THE KICKER MAN SEES IT! -o Stone Demands Direct Indorsement of Cook and Allen Because it Would Mean an Indirect Indorsement of Himself and His Bogus Health Society. " -J- ' , 'V ' b V- W Sift 7 j'rt'";!- '- rvXfr i 1 -A n WW earner has 1h violittf i! u single public trust? What man in Missouri bus equalled tliu record liu Iium tiimlo in eleuu-Iug the foul condition of tiFi'uir.- he found them? Even now, when nominated fort lie highest oftlce in tlio direct trift of tin; people of Missouri, Mr. Folk says, in reply to Senator Stone's charges; "1 propose to keep up tin; fight just ns 1 have from tliu beginning. While tlio Governorship is u "Treat honor, If I find in achieving it thai I must forfeit my self-respect, 1 will keep my self-respect' .Surely n iium with such high ideals, known to lie genuine, because tlie man has been tried nnd found true. I ought not to lie feared hy Mr. Stone. I hen why does the Senato...

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. — 27 August 1904

aaaKr: S"""55!!""5 I swtt cwmtjrftkiKr. HON. HENRY G, DAVIS qgffL IS DULY NOTIFIED TOPICS OF THE DAY. Iff- v Where )iiirtuntt' Cnniu. Four towns born in a day Is the new from the newly-opened Hoecbud reset' vatlon. America Is still the world' synonym for opportunity. MiiKiinnlmlt)- of Woataa. The magnanimity ot woman nt tliiui Illumines a dreary world. One uf tht box la Louisville actually loaned an c.v husband the wherewith to marry a hated rival. l'itdertooil tlie Proprieties. One of the Igorrotes from St. Louis on an ollleial visit to Washington shed lils lldiess hat and cigar and douiwd white duel; trousers before saluting tha president. stittu'tlmonltiua Jnita. The man who sets his jag at the sa loon opened by Bishop I'otter will be expected to have family prayers before whipping his wife and demolishing tha furniture. Where True lmiraue Shine. After nil, it is a somewhat serious thing to walk right up to n man ami suddenly Inform him that lie has been nominated for president b...

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. — 27 August 1904

BUILDINO A SMALL SILO. Not Such 11 Wonderful Undertaking If You Know Just Whan and Whir to Begin. In my experience I have teen all kinda of shapes, flzcs nnd material to date, t rio not know of anything better than the common 2x4 of commerce. A tl!u 14 feet In diameter will feed 20 cows; a 10-foot .10 cow, and a 25-foot 60 cow, with no low. Wo will now suppose that you are ready to build the silo. The site Is se lected as near as possible to the man ecrs. The site Is laid off with a board, c, half as big as the Intended tllo. A pin In end of board driven In center of foundation and a peg in the other end to mark circle, will lay foundation mark for foundation Cltch. By movlnc pin In from outside circle 18 Inches, the Inside line of the foundation Is made. Exca vate to a depth of 18 or 20 Inches. Fill In with broken rock to level of ground. Make cement thin enough to run freely between these rocks and fill to level of ground, then brick cr rock can be used PLAN OK HOUND SILO. to carr...

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. — 27 August 1904

8C0TT COUNTY KICKER. Kntend nt th. pt nillco In Ilonton, Mo., on Kvbrinr? 14, 1MU, iinwconil-tltiM mull mutter Subscription, - $1.00 Per Year. l'lui,. A. ILu'.vkii, : Publisher. neighborhood news. Reed's show was hero Monday nnd left a trull of immorality that too often follows a show. Three of the men with women represented them selves ns "man nnd wife" ami got rooms among the neighbors. Two of tho women were native of the county ami ono was a visitor from St. Louis. They appear to be about twenty years old. They were arrest ed at the depot and brought to tho court house, where they wore highly entertained by local talent. Helen Gould would have shrunk Into in slgnifloniioo us un attraction. One of the men was also arrested and he and his associate, plead utility and were Hnod $5. Tho woman (or some one) paid her fine anil the man was 1 tmt ,niipututIon was necessary. KnVte nhil returning home from w forced against the others Licensed to wed: Wm. II. Chap UK MUST BE 1IL1ND. The org...

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 September 1904

ISA" ft A- i. aau ( 2 I , i r V 1 I X SCCMTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 3, 1904. AS THE KICKER MAN SEES IT! The Men Who Question Polk's Democracy Nominated Pnllfl Well Wnrri Wi h I iirnl Domihlla-atia There (a nothing In Missouri's political history quite mo ridiculous a the effort o! members of the state machine to force Mr. Folk to ap- Slaud the nomination of Cook and lien. . From-the outset the machine lias tried, in ever; way, to discredit Folk's Democracy. In some of the countlns where the machine had ab solute control of the county com mittees it was required of him that he sign a pledge to support the nomi nees of the state convention before his nume was permitted to appear on the county ticket. Did anybody ever hedY of such action in Missouri or elsewhere? Out Mr. Folk was equal to the emergency and signed the pledge with n proviso added. He added that lie would not support- uny man tainted with boodling. Hut why should Stone and the other ringsters questio...

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 September 1904

:VX. It- I it: tin- BENTON. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Willi I tig MUl-lTHa, Everything comes to him who waits' and works like blazes while be wait!. l'l to ('unifreaa. High water is said to be damaging tho artesian lovecs In Arizona. Tha next I'ongrcf! will have sotuo unusual hydraulic problems to tackle. Vat I it (lie 'Irtiiiuli. One Nebraska populist has been nominated for three offices and l threatened with u fourth, lie should combine and call hlmelf the Ne braska state ticket. l-'nr Mure r.fllcncliiun. Instead of lynching men who eom lnlt n horrible crime It would be far more efficacious to entice them Into a baseball game where the mob could have immediate provocation. A ('dunce (it I'riiiiiimlrt. Don't pay $::,tinn,eMi a pound for ra dium when oii can net a pood article of polonium that will answer house bold and kitchen purposes Just as well for only 5;..i).iVio a pound. Mm Capt. Mich., rca lions. . ! Tnjif urdiu: en I.Iiiiim. .1. 15. Mtilllns. of Detroit, niikc a cood living captu...

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 September 1904

ilipinos at St. Louis World's Fair Wonderful Music Rendered Daily by Islanders on Haza or rnwppine Building. jHEHK are come people v.ho still assert that the United 8 1 ate s obtained nothing, through the annexation of the Philippines, but a lot of naked Ravages. In snlte of he government's display at the World's, Fair, which shows, In addition to the four wild tribes, the refined Vliayans with their beautiful fabrics and their delicate embroideries, the loyal brovrn soldiers of Undo Sam ami the cultured commlMloners and offi cials, there are some purblind Indi viduals who refuse to see that the Pill Pino Is anything but a nuisance and a menace to our country. That he could be capable of civiliza tion and uplifting seems utterly ridic ulous to those who have studied him? No, to the class who dare not visit the Philippine reservation nt the World's Fair for fear of being con vinced against their will. That a prcat many of tho natives of the Is lands could already be cultured and refi...

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 September 1904

I.K tfJGf t SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Knlfrwi nt the pout office la Benton, Mo., on Ftbrnitrr 14, 1 601, n Mcotnl-clnmi mnll matte Subscription, 1.00 Per Year. Phil. A. ItAFXKn, : Publisher. DEBUS VS. CLEVELAND. It wns Eugene V. Debus, the Socinl 1st candidate for president, who led the great Chicago strike ten venrs flgo, when President Cleveland sent Federal troops lntoChienffo and Pullman over the protests of the governor of the state and the mayor of Chlcniro, In the Pullman Pnlaee Car Company made several reductions in wages. The workmen were living in houses bplollirlnir tit rim puiniiiitiv. They appointed u committee to in- methods, MB. BKYAN RATflER SLOW. Sir. Bryan now advocates the gov ernment ownership of railroads and telegraphs, the election of United States senators by direct vote of the people, the issuing of money by the government direct, nn income tax and many other reforms ndvocnted by the Populists twenty years ago. He announced that after the election he will attempt...

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 September 1904

um 1 t f I SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOl. .3' RPKITOKI MO, QPDTCMQCD in ionI iwiwil 1 IV! SW, WHAT CLEVELAND DlD IN THE STRIKE OF 1894. How the Federal Courts and Soldiers .Were Used to Crush Labor. A Clear View oi a wan street uovernment in Ac 1 1 on t Written by Eugene V. Debs. in the July Issue of McClure's Mng nslne, ex-President Grover Cleveland has an article on "The Government Nothing further is renulroil to demonstrate beyond nil cavil the capitalist class charactered our pron fin government. (To lie continued next week.) FllOM OMAN. in the Chicago Strike of 1804." That there may be no mistake about the meaning of "government" in tlil con nection, it should be understood that Mr. Cleveland has reference to the federal government, of which he was the executive heud at the time of the strike in question, and not to tli'o state government of Illinois, Qrthe municipal government sof Chicago, both of which were overridden and Hot at defiance by the military power of the federal govern...

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 September 1904

FX r.v Scott County f.klKr ran. a. umi, rabiuaea, lOMOUU 190 SEPTEMBER 1904 SUN. WON. TUB. I TIP. I THU, HI, AT, C 3 V H M lt J 4 5 6 7 8 9 io ii 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2324 252627282930 - Mr. Jeffries continues to be convincing lu bis arguments. That British mission which Intend to retire from Thibet is still intending to retire. Just the power of habit may havi caused the latest outbreak ngalnst law and order in Colorado. Evc-i so desirable a thing as the new charter for Chicago cannot be ecured without a good deal of effort The Japanese might advantageously borrow CSen. Sherman Hell, of Colorado, to deport the t'ort Arthurian?. It costs $;,0t)0 a day to keep the St. Louis exposition open. This Is one of the reasons why It Is such a good show. Somehow the little Japs who nre temporarily sojournlns in the United States begin to look bigger than they used to. The airship race from St. Louis to "Washington was quite exciting tor a time. One of the ships got across tne Missi...

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