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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 September 1904

wrac BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBffBM r!rf 1 t. ',1 EXCELLENT PARPEN TOOL. toma-Ha.de Whitl Soa Preferred bj Its Originator "to Those Made In the factories. A farmer on the Pactnc ilope senda to the Farmers' Tribune a plan for mak Ids a wheel hoc that ho llkea better than those factory made. "It conslsta of an old bicycle wheel, two piece of two by two-Inch strips of lumber six feet long, for handles, and two one by two-Inch strips for cross pieces, an Known in the accompanying drawing. The U-shaped Iron Is bolted with two Inch bolts one-quarter of an Inch thick, to the handles, and braced with strips of iron 18 Inches long, as indicated. This Iron was taken from an old buggy tire, seiivichablk wheel hok nnd the horizontal portion Is sharpened and acts as a hoe. The width between the handles may be varied according to Izo wanted. I have one made for my own use and another for my boy ten years old, who can do lots of work with this implement ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 September 1904

i . 5 W IS w IF. St Eft? ctr. . -TV I SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. no February 14. MM, no ee.oml-.lnM tnnll matter Subscription, - $1.00 Per Year. Phil. A. Haf-nkr, : Publisher. THE CAMPAIGN OPENED. The Democrats opened tlieir state campulgn nt Springfield on Thurs day of Inst week and the Republicans followed on the following day nt Kansas Cltv. Of course there were large crowds present nt both places, lor tne root crs of both parties turned out, and anybody willing to take a free ride had only to apply to headquarters for transportation. Sinnn.i.r Htnuo dlrl tint xlmw tin nt Springfield. The papers- did not re-1 Plutocracy. STRIKES AND THE PRESS. To one accustomed to the news service of the country the stuff Is really disgusting. Wo boast of n free press. We shudder when .wo think of tho press censorship of Rus sia and other monarchies. Rut it seems never to occur to us that tho free press we boast of in thjs country is n mere farce. Onr news is telegraphed from one enu oi tne country 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. — 17 September 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 17, 1904. No. 43. WHAT CLEVELAND DID IN THE STRIKE OF 1894. o How the Federal Courts and Soldiers Were Used to Crush Labor. A Clear View of a Wall Street Government in Action. Written by Eueene V. Debs. (Continued from Inst week.) Now n few fncti nltout thu strike. It began Mn.v 11, 1804. am wan per fectly peaceable and orderly until the army of "thugs, thieve and ex-con-vict," as Superintendent of Police Brennan called them in his official re port to the Council of Chicago, were sworn In as deputies by the United States marshal at the 'command of Edwin Wulker, attorney of the Gen eral Managers' Association and spec ' iul counsel of the government. Let uh quoto the report of tlmstrike com mission, consisting of Carroll I). Wright, commissioner of Inbor, who served ex-officio: John D. Kcruati of New York and N. K. Worthington of Illinois, two lawyers appointed by President Cleveland. Let it be noted that the railway employes, that 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. — 17 September 1904

Scott County ftkter. ran. a. n.ntttti, ranuh. DENTON. g JOMOC11 Mount Vesuvius is in notion again, and will for a short time divide honors with our spellbinders. The frequency with which political parties are being brought Into exist ence leads to the fear there may i.ol be candidates enough to go around. Whatever hope Cnrrio Nation had ol forgiveness on the part of a long-stir-fcrlng public has been detroeil b her course In writing a book detailing her career. Treasury experts say tlv per capita circulation Is greater naw than ever hefore In the history of the country. Expert buyers of beefsteak dclare U Is all need-4 The New York elevated toad has taken out all the mirrors on Its trains. Too many ladles stopped Just a mo ment to arranse their hats and so de layed the traffic. An effort Is being made to discover ihe typical American woman, but she Is too busy getting the children off to school these mornings to be around posing for her picture. A visitor at Atlantic City has been f...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 September 1904

HARRY L. KRAMER, The Fomoni Cdward Man, Who Inverts n Thousand Dollars Every Day for Kcwupaper Advertising:, THE young man whoso portrait Is printed above Is living, breathing Illustration of the success which can be obtained by practical faith and persistent and Judicious invest ment in newspaper advertising. Mr. Kramer, only a few years a?o. without capital, started. In a modest way, advertising In newspapers the merit ef No-To-Bac, the original Guaranteed tobacco-habit cure, building up dollar by dollar an enormous mall order busi ness for that successful specific. His original line, " Don't tobacco sptt and smoke your life away," through the medium of newspapers, became known throughout the English tpeaklng world, and brought In unprecedented results. The secret cf his advertising method Is "reinvestment," which Is practically "doubling his tet" from day to day. When Mr. Kramer ran his first little advertisement ten years ago his capital was less than $100. Ha wrote the order on...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 September 1904

SCOTT COUNTY K1CKEH. Kntrml nt the iioi.t offlre In llenton.Mo., on February 14, 103, n neconil-diiM tnnll nmltrr Subscription, ifl.OO lVr Year. Pun.. A. Haf.neh, : Publisher. A PRETTY HAND KNOCK. It gave the boodle gang about hero a pretty hurd knock when the county court advertised for bids to ptint the ballot. All along they nave tried to make it appear that the !?)". paid two years ago was "reasonable." Hut the Kicker lifted the cover last week and the people now have a plain view of the colored irentloinun that was secreted ill tin- wooii pile. The masters seetn ten Mily worried and express grave feni tint I tun goiinr to lo;-e money. Notwithstand ing the efforts of the organ to make it 'appear that I uod to have a downhill pull on public printing, I have always boon barred from bid ding on this work except twice before. And every time 1 have been permit ted to bid I got thework. Once 1 received 00. next I received .07 and diis time 1 am to get $75. The cost of doing the work i...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 September 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 24, 1904. No. 44. t WHAT CLEVELAND DID IN THE STRIKE OF 1894. How the Federal Courts and Soldiers Were Used to Crush Labor.A Clear View of a Wall Street Government in Action. --Written by Eugene V. Debs. (Continued from Inst week.) Particular attention is invited to thii following, which appears upon pugeXLV.: "Thorn Is no evidence before 1 1 n commission that the officers of the American Hallway Union at anytime participated In or advised intimida tion, vloleiiro or detraction of prop erty. THEY KNEW AND FULLY APPRECIATED THAT AS SOON AS MOHS 1UILKI), THE ORGAN IZER 1'ORCES OF SOCIETY WOULD CRUSH THE MOHS AND ALL RESI'ONSIRLH FOH Til EM IN THE REMOTEST DEO It EE. and that. THIS MEANS DEFEAT." And ,vct they a 11' served prison sen tences. Will President Cleveland please explain why? And why they were refused a trial'.' Head the above paragraph from the report of the strike commission, and then answer these questions: To whose intere...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 September 1904

-v. n rtt to" i J Scott County ifckfcen rHI.U A. HAtNKK, nMUfcer. BENTON. a - MlnUtcr Barrett warns Americans to keep away from Panama. Tho jobs are given out at Washington. With il.ooo men kilted In one battle the I'rugtuiyan revolution promises to rite to the dignity of a real war. A Missouri preacher has stated that he will resign uuIces his salary Is reduced, lie should be secured ns 11 Pike attraction. A St. Louis newspaper reporter left an estate of $79.!4, but then he was a news boy for some years before he became a reporter. Excessive automoblltng produces the disease automanla, so the doctors say Excessive dodging produced autophobla long ago. The ban Is to bo put upon nonunion rggs In New Jersey, and the country i on tiptoe to see If the hens can do It nt the price. Two Texas negroes have Just (ele bratcd their nlnety-i-ecotid wedding an nhersarj. They nrc looking forward to a happy old age together. t'nelo Sam has Just begun to pay the pvle money won by American sailors I...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 September 1904

DESTRUCTIVE TREE BORER ft It Found in All Farts of the Coun try and Does Incalculable Barn age Every Vear. The destructive tree borer so well known tu horticulturists as the flat headed apple tree borer and to ento mologists ps ChrjiMilmthrls feinorata la found 'in all parts of the country, and annually destroys van numuoia of trees. It nttaclis apple, pear, quince, plum, peach. ihrrr, ash, elm. maple, box-elder, sycamore and willow trees. The Injury Is done by the flat headed borer tlurlns Its gr.ub or larval stage. The adult Insect Is a beetle about half an inch long, flaltlsh-ob-Ions In form, shiny areenlsh-blaok above and copper colored below. The femalo deposits her eggs In the crev ices ol the liarU of the trunk and main branches, usually on the south or southwest side, where the effects of the sun upon the tree aro greatest. In our locality the most of the eggs I ill ki.t.hi:.I)i:d Ttu:t: houkr. , larva; h, liorilo, e, Lend of male; rt, pupa mice lutttrai Mze (orlglnul). are ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 September 1904

' scroti jjsn St flr ft f .1 m SCOTT COUNTY KICKEH. Entered at the pert office In Denton, Mo., on February 14, 1903, an eeond-clnm tiinll mntter Subscription, 81.00 Per Yenr. Phil. A. Haf.ver, : Publisher. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. It is reported that E. H. Smith has bought the Charleston Courier niul will move his family to that city. Hid hmrliir line will r-nlim linttt fn wrestle with the proposition of resur recting n discredited ami decaying sheet. The paper hn9 evidently been losing money during the past year ns cniei source oi revenue uetng rrom FROM NEW HAMBURG. W For Sale: My farm, contain ing 175 acres 100 in cultivation and remainder in timber. Thirty acres in meadow. Good 2Mrtory frame dwelling, two barns, machine shed, plenty of good water and other mod ern conveniences. 1 miles south east of Kelso. Apply to August Lux, Kelso, Mo. 4M-2v Since the Benton and Kelso rond via New Hamburg I traveled much more than tho direct road, it seems strange that so little is done to it in the...

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. — 1 October 1904

-,!sy3T' SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. 0$ Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 1, 1904. No. 45. SOME MORE SUPPRESSED NEWS Tom Watson's St. Louis Speech Did Not Appear In the Roosevelt-Parker-Wall Street Organs. The Republic mid the Globe-Democrat pretend to be nrch enemies just as though the very same finan cial interests did not control both papers ! The G.-I). prints everything that Parker says and old 1808 prints everything that Roosevelt says. But do you ever catch either of them printing what either Tom Watson or Eugene Debs says? Not much. When these men talk thoy say some thing. They do not deal in gener alities. A short time ago the Republic printed President Roosevelt's letter of acceptance. It contained nothing new and occupied two pnges of the paper. About the same time Mr. Debs and Mr. Watson spoke to large crowds in have to follow the lead of a new party. We sny that our party is the only one that stands for the old faith the faith of our fathers the faith we were taught to believe was ...

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. — 1 October 1904

A mm W Scott County dicker, 1 PHI.t- At BKNTQN. IIAVNKH, riblllkM. JtUMOUmt TOPICS OF THE DAY. If the Httsslans want one of thcli crullers to escape they might rename U "l-'ulntlnt; Hcrtha." I'nllictlc HrmUlnr. "Czar Passes Sleepless Nighl," read n pathetic headline. ThO Joys or fathcthoud spares neither throne uol mbfu. I'rncr nr I'Icpm. Ktitil.t'i lectin must slirtl hr war clothes, t'l'i'le tfttm In tutt.illy a gal lant old nuy, luit thla is a matter of ream or plccc.-. .V-lutiliorl.. I'unrli'vlraa In response to Canada's eoidlal Invi tation to American Immigrants four of our compatriots have obligingly jour neyed thither and held up a Canadian t'lfifio' train. Anything el?e we can do tor our friends across the border? II iimnirt lliitiiti-lnu WiKltlnnlnti, iluhseilr'loiw are pouting In for the tcttlm; up f a S tttt of fJeorsc Wash ington In the ranital of Hungary. That country piw birth to an tmeltish and devoted luulot lu Ko.-stitlt. who was pnthuslus.! Pally wekomed In this re ...

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. — 1 October 1904

wt 4 rnnv I IV.AL - UKE.KATION. USEFUL LITTLE8TRUCTURE A Combination Stlf-Feeder Which Has Approval of Many Thrifty Western Farmers. Many claim that feeders adapted to the regular Issue of praln arts better for stock than the adjustable self-feeders which place feed before the cattle at alt times. Where a plvcn ration may be fed, the cattle arc allowed to eat II all out clean. Feeding steers slobbei more or los In the feed, and where there Is a mirplti", always on hand, there Is more or lets wasted. Where feed li mriL J 20 L u 2. BCll.UINO rott SKl.f.FKKllKn. placed in trotiph fresh for each meal the cattre fcem to rat It more readily The cut, No. 1, shows end plan, whicr Is the same on both sides, with feeding troughs on side and rolllnp door provid ing a driveway for feeding waeon. , The ground plan shown In cut No. : Indicates the ferd trouphs on each Mde The one at the left of driveway Is use to feed dlrert from wason. That on tht right receives supply of feed from the three bin...

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. — 1 October 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICK Kit. Entered nt the Ffbtanry 1 1, 1I luwt nflHv In llciitnn. Mu.i on ri, nn "Wjtid-dn.- mnll mntUr Subscription, - 91.00 IVr Year. rll. A. llAr.VKit, : lMililislitT. 1-ltOM COMMKllCti. FKOM MOltLEY. Uev. J. V. Hliilit. Christian, of llli- nol.. mitl Rev. wnllacc, HnptUt, of To Corrtxtiioiuli'iit. After tliunkiii" the eorivpoiiik'Htn for tlie valuable ervli.c nlrinily ivndoroil. I vih to remind tliom that t" it . vice In tlio county N rsvy I'.i'l. i i that all corivpoin1oiice i uM ;ie mulled on Tuyilu.v In or il 'Mi puhlioation. I,nt wwfc 'on.iminientluii from Mc.Mullin Oiik itrovu diil not an iw until ' tii" i ip'T had Iwuii printed, rv- .-pi indent on rural mini I'd h. 'pi.'i'ially early, fork take ". . '.') three day. to reach here, 'i f'W:- nlfinir the ditvrt line of l-Vi- -Commerce. Morley. Van- i 'i i- (.'rowder can be reached ii 1- ' id while i; would be bet Ui. mil the '"iter on Tue-dny. M . i ,eday will do. my corre-jiondeiit' will lie . active during the 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. — 8 October 1904

1- "JF SCOTT COUNTY FLICKER. Hpl. 3 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 8, 1904. No. 46. PROSECUTOR KELLY WRITES SOME. 0 He Wants "Definite, Specific, Particular Charges." First Uncovered Shot at the Kicker Prom the Court House Ouns.--Phil. Hafner's Reply. Benton, Mo.,,Sept. 27, 1004. Editor Scott Conri Kicker. Sir In your Issue ot the Kicker dated Bept. 24th, in an article headed "Boodlers on the Run," you my you are not as familiar with other affairs of the county as with printing, but hare good reason to believe the same system has been applied throughout, and that when you tried to get me to hare the grand jury investigate the ballot job, other citizens were trying Vb get the grand jury to in Testigate the letting of road and bridge jobs. Further, that you do not know what I said to the men who claimed they had offered to do road, and bridge wprk for much less than was paldT but to you I said: "You don't reckon anybody got any money out of it," and that you answered: "What in thunder do you su...

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. — 8 October 1904

K5&' aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBWK,- aaaaanisaBKS.:'!. HP T -14, Scott County KkKcr VHIU A. HArMBlt, Pmblkhcr. BBNTON. t ; t M1880WU. '.1 11 f r it ltOl OCTOBER IPO SUM, i MON. I TUE, I WED, I THU. HI. SAT toft r 2L taatai I M HID ltd) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 a5la7a8aq TOPICS OF THE DAY. The t'unilnw Jewel. Throw away your anthracite scarf plna and buy wheat-kernel pins In steadIf you have the price. Where the sttnmter Cotm-a la. Russia and Japan continue to stag trcr. humanity, but the part ot human ity that staggers most resides In Ktts sla and Japan. Kitted to Set the I'nre. Col. LeggsNy, of the Russian army, Is (.aid to stand seven feet two In his retreating shoes. He is peculiarly lilted to set the pace. A I'tipnlnr lnuc. I'nlted States Treasurer Roberts says that $10 bills are highly popular. There's a statement from this repub lican administration that the demo crats will not dare to attack. l'rc-entitloiiii. Klii'4 l'etcr. of Servin, succeeded In Ki'tt...

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. — 8 October 1904

Mm. Barah Marine, of 43ft St. Ursla St., Colorado Spring, Cola, .writes: " I snfferod for three year with aerere backache. The doctor told me my ifidnoys wero affected aad prescribed medicines for me, but I found, that It was only waste of tlmo and money to tako them and began to fear that I would never trot well. A f rl nd advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills. Within a week after I benn using them I was so much better that 1 decided to keep up the treat meat, and when I had used a little over Iwolkixes I was entirely well. I have now enjoyed the best of health for more than four months, and words can but poorly express my gratitude," For sale by till dealers, Prlco SO cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Insurmountable. An Indignant letter dictated by a clever eld gentleman runt thu: ")r, my Menog raplier, being a lady. cannot takedown what I think of ynu . IJbeing a gentleman, en not e.v.re it; but you, being neither, esa readily divine it." Argonaut. Kansas City louthera Rj...

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. — 8 October 1904

ft Iff SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Baton at tk pottofllcla Bntoa.llo.. oa r.braary 14, MM, m Mcoid-tMM a all taatttt Subscription, 11.00 Per Year. Phil. A. Haihes. : Publisher. IN NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. The veil has reached a depth ol over twelve hundred feet. There is little hope of artesian water. In the drilling several flows of water have been struck some of the crevanes measuring about six feet. The cut tings (chipped rock) are carried off through these crevases, nothing of the borings being brought to the surface. The drillers have very little hope of any water prwtui-i' being reached that will force the water to the surface. They beliere. however, that there is a heavy pressure below, since the water is forced to within a hundred feet of the top. The boring will continue until n depth of l.oOli feet has been reached, niter which nn effort may be made to plug up the openings down below that now let out everything. Rev. Kennedy, the Methodist min ister assigned to this place to succeed Re...

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. — 15 October 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 15, 1904. No. 47. PROSECUTOR KELLY WRITES AGAIN. -0-- He Changes His Tune, Drops His Spectacular Demand for Evidence, Finds Himself in a Hole, and Tries to Substitute Abuse for Argument. Benton, Mo., Oct. 10, 1004. Editor Kicker: Sir I have uo desire to continue a newspaper controversy with you, and do not intend to do so. Nor shall I comment on tho articles pub lished, but leave the readers to form their own opinion on them. I would not write tills but to an swer some of the questions asked in regard to tny official acts. You may think it popular to de nounce me ns a politician because I hold a county office, but my role of politics tins consisted exclusively of going in the open field and soliciting the people's votes on my own belinlf. I have taken no hand in the general game of politics as you huve, advis ing them whom to vote for, whom to elect uscommitteenien, organizing committees, selecting delegates unci ud vising others on t...

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. — 15 October 1904

Scott County KicKer VIltL. A. IIAFNBH, ltilillnhrr. BENTON. : i : MISSOt'M. 1904 OCTOBER 1904 SUM. MOM. I Till. I HP, I THU I HI I SAT ' ,C I t I 0m. t turn KIm 1 M-llM (it I'll I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 TOPICS OF THE DAY. flouts 11 nd Roulr Hnlnre. Kttssla U sending about 478,000 oct of fur caps, cloaks anil boots to the fat east, tt would be nn extremely cold day for the Russians If Men. Kurokl should succeed In Intercepting the eon-Slglltllcllt. II Ilic I'lllMT M ill Tell. A Huston newspaper has dlscuxcred that the democrat have a campali:n Hind of $1 1 ."h..oii, and now the item ucratlo managers are willing to give lilm :,nu'!,w If the paper wilt tel! them where It Is. MnmT,v nf IVnr, The f.tvacery of the nditluc at Tort Arthur, which. If report be true. poe to the frightful extreme of killing pris oner, violating tl.ms of truce, leaving the wounded uncared for and the dead uiibiirled, will wreak It own vengeance upon the perpetrators. That scourge...

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