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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 8 April 1905

mm VST . .1 r 4 A GREAJ MEDICINE BUNGS HEALTH TO THREE HEM BEES OF SAME FAMILY. Cant it TOWa Debility After Malaria, a Utuband'a ntieumntUn-, a Daughter1 Kervoua Proatratlon, " I havo recommended Dr. WIHInms Pink Pills to ninny people," taid Mr. Oouctt, " beennso I have seen such good remit, tlmo after time, right in my own family. Thcro nro tlirco of us who havo no donbt about their merits. Wo do not need to tnlte anybody'iiwordon tho ub ject for our own experionco has ta aijht us how well they descrvo prni.o. " It was jnst nbont ten yenw njro that I first read nbont Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and bonglit my first box. I was at that tlmo nil run down, weak, nervous and without nmbltlon. I hr.d been doc torlng nil summer for malaria and stomach trouble Everybody thought I was going into consumption, ns my mother had died of tlint c'.lsc.uio. "Thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pill. I nut now nlivo mid hearty. I began to Improvo as noon ns I brgnn totnko tuent, nnd when I had taken (lireo ...

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 April 1905

XfiYAlYAyAVAVAAUVALV SPECIAL EASTER OFFERING CASTER this year comes later than usual which has given us ample time to get ready for one - of the biggest sales that ever took place in Oran. For some time past our buyers have been making purchases for Easter, visiting the Eastern markets twice, and a visit to this big store will convince you that we have the largest and best-selected stock of Dry (foods, Clothing, Ladles' and Gent's Furnishing, Etc., to be seen south of St. Louis. During this sale we do not propose to give goods away, but we do propose to save you 40 cents on every dollar you spend here. We haven't room or time to quote all the bargains to be had at this great sale which begins Saturday, April 8th and continues until Midnight April 22, but the following will expect to get in all departmeuts : serve to show you what you may Men's Fine Tailored Suits Regular $20 values, at Men's Fine Tailored Suits Regular $18 value, at. Men's Fine Tailored Suits Regular $14 values, at ...

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 April 1905

(si if I SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. . TTHl vs Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., APRIL 15 1905. No. 20. 1 1 i? 1 CREATED A 8TIU. Tlio lending article in Inst weeks' Kicker entitled " Who V Been Sucking Eggs" caused quite n little surprise among the people. It also cnused n little unrest among those who have been no clumsily "hiding the shells." Tho old town board that had been so considerate of the welfare of the fluloon vii8 put out of business at the town election, and a new board was installed that is expected to make, the place toe the mark. The favoritism that is shown the Benton saloon Is or has been shown to quite all saloons when the ocension demanded provided, of course, that the proprietor was n man who could be relied upon at elec tion times. What I have told in only what ap pears oh the sutfm-e. It. must be re membered tliitt it is difficult for tue ti obtain "inside" information. The men responsible for those thing are experts at. "hiding the shells" and they talk to tue very cautiously. ...

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 April 1905

7 1 r Scott County Kicker pa ft 1 i ft 3' 11 mi. A. BAVMBB. BNTDK. I T The German university town of Hol deVberg Is to have a new railway sta tion costing 16.000,000. 81s million pounds weight of adul terated and harmful foods were de stroyed by the health department ot New York during the last twelve) monthi. The Alsrrlan wine crop of 1001 Is stated at 7,915,381 hectoliters (209, 105,903 gallons), against an average annual production of about o.noo.OOi) hectoliters (132,083,000 gallons). Tho coffee crop In Guatemala for 1904, the harvest of which Is Jut finished, has not come up to expecta tions, owing to the very heavy rains late In the season knocking many of the kernels from tho trees. Foreigners In China buy nearly ev erything on credit, giving signed "chits" for every purchase, the rea son being their unwillingness to load themselves down with silver or native coin, while paper money fluctuates too much. From Smolensk, Russia, an offer has been received by the beads of certain...

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. — 15 April 1905

TSW7RUTH8. Easy task make Idle men. Folly Is a close friend of pride. Silver and gold the sea and the sua. Tho surest shot takes the quickest aim. To succeed be devoted, but not de pendent. The smallest flowers hare the sweet est smell. Eternal dissatisfaction Is the second law of nature. No laugh can be as roguish as the rip pie of a stream. The man who pleases himself most cults others best. Men wonder what they will do; wom en what others will think. WORTH REMEMBERING. Thcro are three entirely different kinds of Ingredients used In making tho thrco different varieties of baking Iiowdors on the market, viz: (1) Mineral-Acid or Alum, (2) Unne-Acid or Phosphate, and (I!) Cream of Tartar niailc from grapes. It is Important, from tho stnndpolnt nf health, to know Komcthlng about those Ingredients, and which kind la used in your baking powder. (1) Mlnnnt-.UIil, or Alum, is made from a kind of clay. This is mixed with diluted oil of vitriol and from this solution a product is obtained 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. — 15 April 1905

V- 0 9f Hi $5 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Printer Wanted. Kicker Office, FROM OKAN. Mrs. John Heeb entertained the Oran Aid Society on Friday evening the 7th. and .Mr.. Uitrdwell on the .'id .'list. These ladies made tlnlarse- crowd assembled feel that they were very hospitable. Misses Orn Fitiley. Lorn Forrester and Jennie Clenison have been offer ed their same positions in the public sckools. Prof. Ried has had a posi tion offered h'mi in the ltloomtield high hoIiooI. Caleb Matthew i having n tine residence erected in the west, part of town. More new and commodious buildings are golnir up, and Oran is now quite u city. Prof. Tucker was here Saturday with a enr load of seed corn. W. 11. Stubblefleld, jr., was the largest pur chaser. He bought CO bushel. The board of alderman appointed a committee to let the contract for placing crushed stone on our streets Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Harris have visited Cape. Charleston, Morley and Fredericktown the past two weeks. A. L. Miller shipped a car load ...

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. — 22 April 1905

Kain mr nun n -ti 'ik' i, . it fir it v SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., APRIL 22 1905. CIRCUIT COURT. 44 Judge Riley arrived in Denton Sun. day evening, nnd Monday court con vened. The grund jury was given the usual instructions, and court adjourned for, noon. The grand jurors are : J It Stubble Held, W .1 Kindred, F S Rise, Ad .1 Miller, Thos .? Snowden, R M Finley, Chas Darby, Louis Bnker, T A Mat thew, Julius Albrecht, Ernest Moore, L. P. Woodward. Petit jurors are .1. S. Murchison, V T Rurk, 8 P Marshall, E Rriugher ty, T A Irvln, Clarence Sanders, W R Grlcc, C C Myers, V L Diebold. Anton Lcgrand, Solomon Diebold, Ellshn Johnson. Marion Jewell, .T R Joyce. .1 X Orant, Arthur Gaither. Charles IItifscrcr. Geo Walters, Sum Rexor. The business of the court has been I very much of a drag dnring the w'i)c witifr to the absence of Judge! O'ltryun and the illness of Marsh Arnold, two of the rincipnl nttor-1 neys. Judge O'lirynn arrived Wed-! ncsdiiy. . ' j .Monday the case 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. — 22 April 1905

Scott County KkKcr ran. a. BAimm. wwwm sTKNTOM. a : 1 imtOCTU. The children of the United States . each year consume toys that cost at retail f45.000.000. f Tae new railway station to be built nt Lelpslc, Germany, will, It Is expect ed, cost 137,600.000, and be the larsest In the world. Half a ton of coal to each In habitant Is the average the world over. The United States produces four tons to the Inhabitant. A man charged In a London police court with carrying a pistol said he had bought It for 'self-protection." as he was "going to America." He waa sympathetically msennrged. tn Japan ships arc loaded with coal by women and girls; but the work Is made comparatively easy by putting the coal In umall baskets, which arc passed on from one end of a lino tc the other. Many of the British soldiers suf fered greatly from snow blindness In Tibet. The native Tibetans escape snow blindness, as do (lie Inhabitants In other snowy parts of the world, by creasing the face and then blackening th...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 22 April 1905

- 1 - ! I if 1: .-V If A 4 i I0W XID op 0B8THTATB KPBOULAB BHEUMATOiL 1 -tl Ulmself HnrrrMfttllj whn Iloclort railed. SliphyMclnnsnll of them Rood, 0oof them specialist, hid cl.,o tl.dr bcl for Mr. Jones nt different time during three yenm, nnd-ftlll ho Mtfferc.. fertr. lolly from tho torture of riiouinntlsm. The rtacmiintium that hnd been dor. mnnt In liU Bytein was anddcnly Inonght to nn ncnto gtnRe by exposure while ho was drawing ioo in February, 1001. From that tituo on for a period of more than threo years ho was a con. Rtnnt sufferer. Ho tried many kinds of treatment but tho rheumatism wouldn't tudgo. When regular doctors failed, and one remedy after another proved nselcM, many said: "Inhould think he vowld Rlvo it tip and save his money." Of his conditlou at this time, Mr. Jones ny.: " My rhenmatlsra started in my right thigh, but in time It op. peared in every musclo of my body. I lost the use of my left arm en. t rely nnd nearly lost tho nso of my right one. My feet were b...

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. — 22 April 1905

BOOTT COUNTY KICKER. Sitma at th. paat office la Benton, Mo., on rrtraary HJ:, a Mcoad-dwu malt tnntur Phil. A. Hafneh. : Publisher. Bgbscriptlon, $1.00 Per Yenr. FROM KELSO. Louis Unerstnll has a great curi osity nt hli place. One oihls mares lias a colt which has Inn two feet the hind feet. The colt seems to be lively, etc.. but, of course can't walk. Louis Is thinking of killing it, but has been advised to make nn effort to bring it up, and sell It to some show company. The colt wus sired by the jack "Keno", now owned bv John Audi of this wince. Joseph Seherer sold t, acres of his farm at Illmo. Consideration ?H), 000.00 John Lucht is the purchas er. Joe says he lias about ?. or f0 acres left that he will sell at the name rate. We congratulate him on his success. Pearl Daugherty. who has a se vere attack of pneumonia, is recov ering: slowly. However, he has two children who are very low with the same desense at tbi writing. John Suiler, our saddler sold I.otiis Dohogne a surry, w...

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. — 29 April 1905

4 f. VP SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. 1 V.i 'ij. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., APRIL 29 1905. No. 22. QUIT SATURDAY. Circuit Court Adjoured and Many Prisoners in Jail. Grind Jury "Diatpprowtk Contact of us uminn Kftgird to Botritty." After putting In a week without accomplishing anything to speak of, circuit court adjourned Haturduv morning to July 10, with n jail full of prisoners to le kept at public ex pense. Certainly It seeme that court nre conducted in the interest and for the benefit nnd convenience of the law yers. A farmer's crop may perish, but if ho is wanted at court he must Ik? there rain or shine. Hut If a lawyer finds It more profitable or more convenient to be absent, mat ters are arranged to suit his plensure. The people be d d. Another shameful practice is the "attorney's fees" allowed by courts in matters of partition suits and in the settlement ofestntes. Them are usually several parties interested and the '"fee" is not looked after so closely as in individual matters. It is commo...

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. — 29 April 1905

21, 3coct County mcKer rmu a. BAnriB, ri WTOH. a i t. IMKCTl It Is stated that not one bride was r 22 rears old In the 346,590 tnar riatea In Japan last year. " Shasta county, California, offers ft bounty for the killing of blue Jays, be rauat they destroy quail eggs. In Spain Hebrews are not permitted lo erect nnd maintain houses of wor ihlp. They have no civil rights and Mist in the kingdom only as aliens. Oold Is now successfully being mined In Wales, Great Britain. Sov :ral considerable gold deposits liavo ilso been discovered In Rosslilre, In .he north of Scotland. Arrested for shoplifting In l'arls, ft woman was found to have a clever no complice in a King Charles spaniel, which she carried under her arm. and had trained to snatch up pieces of laie from shop counters. Kdward Rose, arrested In Wtlmlne ton. Del., for stealing a Panama tint In Honolulu, was taken back to Hawaii for trial. The hat was worth $7. Traveling expenses for sheriff and prisoner amounted to nearly $1,000....

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. — 29 April 1905

! t f , 9. POINTER FOR BEEMEN. I N0 BARGAIN DAY? THERE.! XHUHBHMMHMHa THE TEACHER'S FOE 1 LnE,WATS THREATENED BY KEBVOtJB PBOSTBATION. Ob. Who nrfcB i,wit from , ,, Misery of Enforced Idleness. "X lwd been teaching In tho cttv Jniucn, whoso recent return to the work from which Hho Wrts driveu byuervona collapse hn.i attracted attention. "They were irrently overcrowded, especially In the primary department of which I bad charge, and 1 had beea doing tho Work of two teachers. Tho strain Was too timcn for my nerves nud two years ago the crisis enmo. " X was prostrated montnllr and'phy. sically, sent in my resignation nml never expected to bo nblo to resume work. It seemed to mo then that I was tliomost miserablo woman on earth. I was tor. tnred by nervous headaches, worn out by Inability to sleep, and had so little blood tltat I was as white as chalk. "After my active life, it was hard to near idleness, and terribly discouraging to keep paying out tho savings of years for medicines whi...

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. — 29 April 1905

&l ... ii pi ft' A- I 1L Vf ft Intend nt the p.t offlce I Benton, Mo., on February 14, lwtt. an necoad-clar mall matter Phil. A. Hafnkk. : Publisher. Subscription, 11.00 Pep Year. AROUND BENTON. There beinjr no bid when the well outfit wus offered for Mile, the der rick in now beinir taken down and ti power pump will' be put in. The well I : ' k.. i ! it . uuBiuess feeiii!" in . ue in ii Vrv.ij i,..jMlm, ...in iln ,,, rr u me."!', w. 11. Hei.'serert-lainis tliet " "V .. ...... . The Bank of New Hamburg, with a capital of 112,000, is the latest business venture of our people. The stockholders are Louis Pfeffereoru, L. K. Cruse, C. Moenig, M. Helmbach er, August Schulte, John .1. Westrlch, Casper Mem, Henry Welter, Theophil Scherer, John Hanim. John Killinfner and Peter Sehoen. The llrst live were elected directors. Tuesday evenlnir .Mr. Schulte and Mr. Schoen went to tiie the papers for record. The bank will open -for business in June. A outfit under chattel inortirutre. Tim coun...

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 May 1905

'4 .TSMrSKll. n bbbbbbbbbbbbIIMbbMbbbbbbbIibbM 111, till M. -'-.5., Ji W.I SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., MAY 6, 1905. No. 23. COMMON GAMBLER Millionaire Plunger Bigelow i3 in the Sine Glass, Morally, as the Card or Dice or Fortune Wheel Gambler. His Crime is Much Greater. The defalcation of millionaire Blge low grows as time rolls on. It now exceed f :t,HHI,ono. This was other people's money Hint he lost. But Blgelow is not in jail. Oil. no. He is at home surrounded by his family in luxurious quarters, and "sawclp- ty does not frown on him as it would ii crap shooter or petty thief. Of his conduct the Chicago F.xaniiner says: Bigelow loots n batik, to gamble in w heat, and the business world pro fesses to Im shocked The raw-truck hVnd taken $10 from his employer's till, loses it with the aid of a dope sheet, Utul then takes laore. That is simply Uigelow in a minor key. There is not a shadow of differ mice in the moral or ethical aspect of the case. They are gamblers all ...

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 May 1905

Scott County KkKer rots a, vAntuk A peculiar method of charging cloth with electricity. In order to furnish boat to the wearer, has been InvenUd Vy a French engineer. Japanese agents arc In Dundee, Scotland, purchasing jute machinery to bo shipped to Kobe, where already lute works have been erected. The portcro who carry the baggage of tourists on the Islund of Cnprl are mostly women. The men are busy as Ushers, coachmen, cobblers and coral sellers. Some of the German health Insut nee companies have found It a pay lng Investment to establish sanatoria for the care of tholr consumptive policy holders. A flr tree has been cut In Oregon re cently which made nine sawlogs aver nglng fourteen feet lu length, scaling 21.183 feet board measure. The prod uct of this one tree will bring more than $1.000. "Metapsychlcs" is the latest word. It Is the Invention or Prof. Charles Holchert. president of the Society for Psychical Research, of England. It moan the sclence-ln-cmbryo. hitherto known as...

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. — 6 May 1905

f if PA Indian Head, N.W.T., Jon. 10,1004. Immigration Branch, Department of the Interior, Ottawa, Canada: Am Bonding you the return of two fields ot wheat grown on my home farm last year. These returns are per. foctly accurate, and not over stl mated. I summer-fallow about oas-thrrd of my farm every year, and afterward take off two crops and summer-fallow again. The summer-fallow la ploughed twice during the summer, first shal. low afterwards deep and no weed al lowed to grow. Tho stubble Is left at long as possible when cutting tho first crop, and la burned the following spring, drilled directly afterwards, nnd harrowed after drilling. This gives much better result than tall ploughing. Field No. 1. Quarter-section fal lowed 1003, yield 37 bushels per acre. This wheat In netting at present time SSc per bushel. Per Per acre. acre. For 37 bushel (32.61 Cost of summer fallowing In 1903 4.20 Seed wheat and seeding.... 1.60 Harvesting 65 Threshing (owner's machine), 2c per bu 74 Hauling...

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 May 1905

ft- t SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. B.tered at tbt Matoflctla B.nton, Vo oa FtbraMjr 14, 1H. Mroad-laM mull natter Phil. A. Hafker. : Publisher. Subscription, 1.00 Per Year. AROUND BENTON. TheOran school board met last week and selected V. F. Shortrldge, of Wnrrensburg, as principal of the public school at a salary of $70 per month, Mis Clara Mnddox. first as nistnnt, at $40; Miss Jennie Clemson, second assistant, at !?4(i: Miss I.oru Forester, primary, $4f. Mr. Short ridge comes well recommended, while his assistants nre tqo well and fav orably known to need recommen dation. John Lucht. who bought a tract of land from Jos. Scherer to be platted into town lots, was here Monday. He and J. W. Jacob, of lllmo, compose the North Illmo Townsite Co. Accompanying Mr, FROM NSW HAMBURG. Fredollne Scherer and Miss Clara Enderlee were married at 8 o'clock high mas Tuesday morning. The wedding festivities took place at the home of the groom's brother, Nick olas. All spent a pleasant day and many were th...

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 May 1905

ijET" SCOTT COUNTY IUCKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., MAY 13, 1905. No. 24. IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI -o- All the Important Happenings of This Corner of the State. Doings in Neighboring Counties. The once quiet county of Perry la having troubles of her own. Rail roads are building that way and the 'higher clvilteation" naturally fol lows. Last week a Perry vllle paper complained of the indecent conduct of drunken laborers on the streets and this week a terrible saloon fight is reported from Lithium. Charles Anderson, formerly of Cupe conducts a saloon there. Ham Rushing Is his bnrtwider. Saturday night was a busy night in the saloon and the two men drank heavily. About midnight the two became involved In a quar rel and both drew revolver. Ander son tired six shots and Rushing tive. Three bullets passed completely through Anderson and two went through Rushing. All the bullets took effect. The Iron County Bank was award, ed the Iron county money at 2 per cent on dully balances, in spite of the ...

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 May 1905

Tf1 m I 1' f h, 3s" IP r EV ES, 4C v.! m 8 Scott County KkKcr rati. a. umn. auskes The new parliament building In Stockholm, which wait begun ten yean ago, Is now completed. It Ilea on a small Island. The king of Italy has ordered the l ue of new postal stamps for the king dom. The new stamps will iihow views of the principal Italian cities. A law has been passed In Prance making the day following Christmas day. New Year's day and other legal fctea a bank holiday when the holiday falls on Sunday. German soldiers are to have a sew tunic, cut like a blouse, with a low stand-up collar. Visibility of bright buttons on the tunics Is to be tested at various distances. Death sentences are never carried out In Belgium, because King Leo pold promised his mother as she was dying that he would never sign his name to a dentil warrant THE TEAMSTERS' . WAR CONTINUES Both Sides to the Chicago Strike Claim Advantage. ACCESSIONS TO THE STRIKERS TJi Employer Sending OtU Mora Wagon Than l.nat Week Thr...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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