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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 May 1905

TAL1I Of TX1 TOT!. "Who wai Joan ot Aiot" sakid Ut Wachtr of a until pupil. "The wife of Noah, who built tha axh," aa the reply. ' Eltla (aged Are) 1 do hop sobs Dutchman will Barry ma wsss I row up. Aunt Mary Why dear? " 'Cauie 1 want to ba a duchess.; Little Besa Mamma, what la a hero? Mamma A hero, my diar, las brave Man. "And If I grow up and become a bran woman will I be aahero?" Sunday School Teacher Wotldn't you like to dwell In Heaven, Johnny? Johnny No, ma'am. We've moved three tlmea already this year and I'm gettln' tired of helpln' pack up. Little Maggie (who haa company) We've been playing school, mamma. Mamma Indeedl And did you be- have nicely? "Oh, I didn't have to behave. I wai teacher." Old Lady Little boy, did you H anything of a white cat? Little Boy Yea; she fell Into a bar rel of black paint down the street, but I axed her all right. "Oh, you good little boyl What did you do?" ,"I throwed her into a barrel of white wash." NO MOREJEADACHE GENERAL WEAKNESS AVD FEV...

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 May 1905

f fir, s4 P)5 IF fi rr fi Si m a SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. stored at the pt office In Itenton, Mo'., ou rebmary II, im, an eecond-clnM jnall matter Phil. A. Hafxkh. : Publisher. Subscription, - 1.00 Per Year. FROM COMMERCE. The school board emploved teach ers as follows: Principal, ft. X. Ellis; ussistant, Mrs. Adda Lvuch. W. E. Ward and Win. Finlev have bought land in Arkansas and will lo cnte there this fall. len to eight in favor of Coninierce was tut score in the game plaved at Benton Sundnv. C. P. DeWint. Dr. Pruzer and sev eral others went out to Denton Thursday FROM EDNA. Saturday was a doy of events here. Fire broke out in one of the Greek" boarding cars and destroyed it. As the crowd returned from the scene of the Are they saw a drunk man sit ting on the railroad track and a freight train approaching. The en gine butted the man off the track. but he was not injured. Xext a cow was on the track and faced the en gine defiantly. The train stopped and the cow was driven off. A. D. P...

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 May 1905

BR Hi SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO.. MAY 20, 1905. No. 25. NOT VERY EXPLICIT: tHI OUGHT TO HKTTI.K IT The "Detailed Financial rnte ment" nM It appenred In tiie official NEGRO LYNCHED ! laragii (XtiMi War Belmont Swiif Up Tea Withernooi.-QoY. folk Ttkts a Hud in tk Matter. Tom Witherspoon, u negro nnd exconvict wnn lynched nt Belmont, in Mississippi county, last week, by a mob of enrage! citizens, His offense wub terrorising the fntnily of ex-Rep resentntlve Ferd Hess nnd obtaining boo. When Judge Hess, who lives near Belmont, went to Ills stable at i o'clock Thursday morning, Weather spoon met liltu witb 11 shotgun, in formed lilin that the state owed him ?H)0 mid that lie wanted the judge to pay it. No attention was paid to the negro, who then informed the judge that he must, have the money, otherwise be would blow his bruins out. The judge informed the negro that he had no money with him, but that if he would go to the house he would get it for lilui. Upon reaching 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. — 20 May 1905

Scott County KicKer rat. At uAwmrnn, nwukm iho OeorKO PeaWitty fund for the erection of model dwelling places for the poor In London now amount to 17.293.000. For each child born to the families of the municipal clerks In Kansas City the civic authorities promise to add IB a month to the father's sa'ary. A (Icrtnan statistician calculate that the average man. when he has reached thu age of 70. has eaten fool that would cost tio.ono In the markets. New fruit cannery Is about tQ be established in Santa Clara, Cal., which will put up a.ono.ooo fun a year. This season Is expect? to put tip 2,000.000. At n recent auction In London an old violin was sold tit a price of ?l..oo. A Strndivnilus luoimht $2.Son, whl'o n violin of lllemuymus Atnatl va sold at 137.1. An official map of Paris on a larR acnlp has Just been finished. It Is 25 yards Ions nnd neuily 20 yards wide. Kvery bulldlnu ifi fails altopethot SS.500 Is recognizable. In spite of the cordon rou.se. In spite of the universal cook...

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 May 1905

rmiiivimiT'ii if -. v)i THE MILK PAIL Bow Jt Kay Be Handled to as to Xccp Out Any Matter Drop ping from Cow. When milk Is not to be strained dur ng milking, the sanitary milk pall is litnt. When such is not done and the milking Is done Into an open pall It should bo hold In tho position shown in tho illtistratlon-that Is, sldowlse, and Just as far away from tho cow that any matter which may drop off the ow will bo suro to dear the pall and fall to tho floor. Of course, when the pall gels to bo rather full It may have to bo hold nearer to the cow and 1 a moro vertical position. The Michigan station Inyx mnro stress on cleanliness In tho stablo and of the romto.N ok stti.iv iwii,. row ami milker than on sanitary milt palls. "If the stablo Is clean and frc from dust,' says the bulletin, "and tho ow prapcrtly kept, tho milker clean mil tidy and the pall sterile the ordi nary pall win give nearly as good prac tical results as the sanltay pall. . . . Thus far sanitary milk pnlls are not e...

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 May 1905

EST If!. mi S ft urn i . it HCOTT COUNTY KICKER. ntfd at tk. paatofflnla Beaton, Mo., oo r.braarr 14, 1NJ. u Hcoad-claM rant! matter Phil. A. Hameh. : Publisher. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. PUBLIC SALE. On Thursday, June 1, 1005 i will ell nil the household mid kitchen I furniture of my hotel, at Benton; at public auction. All sura ot 9 and under, cash; over .5 n credit of six months will be given, purchaser giv ing 8 per cent note with approved security. Jam en Walkkii. STKAYEn One three old horse, bright sorrel color with white face, branded on shoulder. Please take him up and notify Joe llutchnson at Blodgett. Mo. Will pay for trouble. Girl Waxteii At Koekview Hoard BRIDGE DEDICATION. Tke QoTernore of Mlnouri and Illinois Will Probtbly Participate May 28. It has been generally reported that Gov. Folk, of Missouri, and Oov. Deneen, of Illinois, would be present at the dedication ot the big bridge next Friday, May 20. Wishing to have definite informa tion, the Kicker wrote to Uov...

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 May 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., MAY 27, 1905. No. 26. THEIR "VESTED RIGHTS" WANTS IT SPREAD. low a Pktlifclfkia Syndic Secured a Valuable Franchise. It will be remembered tlmt it was -while the members of the St. Louis city council had under consideration a lighting; bill that the citizens ap peared with ropes to hang the coun oilmen if they yielded to the demands of the lighting trust. In Philadelphia, last week, u simi lar scene was enacted that ought to open the eyes of the people us to how the "vested rights" that corporation lawyers howl so much about are ob tained. A gus company was after a seven ty-flve-year franchise to furnish gas lor riiilanelnlila at an enormous price. There wax alino.it universal opposition among the people, but the gas crowd owned the municipal assembly. Philadelphia has long had the reputntionof being the most corruptly governed city in the nation, but the people are tiring of it. When the assembly met to finally net on the gns bill about one...

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 May 1905

.1." Scott County Kicker rUlU A. MAWUK. raMMM nmnc. i i By the Her-so process (ferric chlor ide) for the recovery of tin. 40 pounds of the metal is extracted from on ton of tin-plate scrap. Experiment justify the conclusion that Increasing the Intensity of light 200,00 times does not alter Its Te locity by as much as two feet a second. In 1830 John Jacob Astor was tho only man In New York who was worth $1,000,000. Now tho entire Astor es tate Is approaching the $1,000,000,000 mark. The San Francisco police arrested Hie other day three women In what they sali! was a shoplifting school. It had counters and shelves and the worn pn were bolnp taught to steal. Anions the most backward and sav ce tribes great attention Is often paid t the children. The toys and play thlnes used by the savages In all parts of the world are often surprisingly well made Married eight years, a German named Drew has seven sons, all of whom he h'ts pledged to tho Gorman nrmy. Tie lialser has written him a lette...

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 May 1905

Ana A.J Overworked Peoplt tie bet tiiwlirinc to-M- for thcae dl mc, n!s for Nervous Debility. Inaomo.:. jn.l hirmnch trouble. Try it. Insist upon Jiur drtta(r:.t fllwv keeping PiishecW huro on liaaJ. Dr. Pinheek. Chicago. Olven Away n rmwlptor 2rtcto pity coatof piwtnMMd piiifklnp. n fnll.,M I.IK box of Dr. Mow. rev a ''HtomrHi Tablets." Thov enro Indl "cation. STOMACHIC 00 , BWrffKSUcU. - lar'lV" n,,rt1 ,irrn :"' '''V on the dol lar. . u. run; line. rnlXT'".' "S.,n!,, nin,,,,'" trniaht rigar, Rnllronda and frogr!. In his testimony before the Senate Committee on InterMntc Commerce at Wa?hinston on May 4th, Prof. Hugo R. Meyer, of Chicago University, an cx lcrt on railroad management, made this statement: "Lot. us look at what might have happened if we had heeded tho pro tests of the farmers of New York and Ohio and Pennsylvania (in the seven ties' when grain from tho west began p.iuring to the Atlantic seaboard) and actel upon the doctrine which the Interstate Commerce Commission ha...

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 May 1905

AW BOOTT COUNTY KICKER. a;. Eft i. 7- rbrasry 14, IN, m Mcond-tlu mall matter Phil. A. Hafmer, : Publisher. Subscription, fl.00 Per Year. FROM ORAN. The farmers are discussing the feas ibility of the county court purchas ing a rock crusher and putting it at Dohogue's farm on the Frisco road, Is hen visiting friends and relatives. T. A. Cooksey has opened his sa loon today In the Bonnefon building. Born on Thursday, May 11th, to Mr. and Mrs. John Butson, a boy. W. H. 8tubblefield Sr., of Sikeston, was in town a few days this week. Miss Mamie Hunt, of Perkins, is the guest of Miss Clara Maddox. P. P. Marshall is visiting home folks near Union City, Tenn. Mrs. V. C. Lambert, of Benton, was in town, Saturday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wagner, a daughter, on Muy 22. Mrs. Rogers, who has been very sick, is convalescing. Miss Lorn Forester is in St. Louis this week. Mrs. R. J. Williams left for the Cape Tuesday. Theon Heisserer has gone east on business. FROM EDNA. provided satisfactory arrang...

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 June 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. m Vol. 4. BENTON, MO.. JUNE 3, 1905. No. 27. y ILLMO MERCANTILE CO.'S COMPULSORY SALE. YOUNG MEN Don't fail to see our Furnishing Goods. We have the finest line of Negligee Shirts ever offered Buy 'RED DIAMOND" and "LIGHTNING" Overalls j and Jumpers p nfnmim yn-n - r-i u .. ni :- 1 , .,-,,,-,-, . n ,-r r. ....-vvnV" 1 1 nt TT.T.Mn mi?, hp. no s pmpi , k y x a ,h ans g$ AUJJlflU 1UJJ1LU. UUt U VV1U1 UJUUUltl UI1UJJ. ir fciff'l p 5 MEN S HATS ular shapes and stvles for s p r i ng and summer. You can save mauv a dollar bv b u v i n fjr vour Haber dasherv here. ---- 3KB 1 During the month of June you will find our big store more perfectly equipped than ever before to supply the wants of the people. Here is the largest and finest display of General Merchandise ever shown under one roof in Scott County--an almost endless array of new, beautiful and exclusive styles and effects-'everything needed to furnish your selves, your children and your homes from top to bottom, ...

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 June 1905

Scott County KkKtr ruu a. aunaM. Dalgetty. the newly selected capital of Australia, Is a hamlet of only 100 Inhabitants. The nearest railway sta tion la 30 miles, There are not enough qualified den Until In Great Britain to meet the de mand, Is tho assertion of a London medical Journal. A shell for shooting oil upon the rdormy seas from the shore. In order to reach wrecked vessels, has recent ly been Invented nnd successfully tested. Miss Ethel Bret llarte. daughter of the famous writer of early California life, will devote herself to concert work, because her father's estnto at his death was too small to support his family. Owing to the railway congestion in Argentina, farmers and exporters have lost enormously. Government Inter vention ha3 been demanded, Incomp" tent management having been stated as the cause. Recent travelers in Tibet have no ticed that while effects of the rarefied air are severely felt at altitudes f between 11,000 and Ifi.uOO feet, on go ing yet higher all dis...

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 June 1905

,1 it- t "3"SSSSJ 53 I' HE FROTH op FtTW, tr5,7oUPCnCOnlcn,p,umis,')-"al V ou nyhow, a man or a motiaer' 11 , I . a moUM I'd have you on., table yelling for help ' "Talking about Inventlona," said tin In my place that would make me a mil- ...,.. 0 i romn only keep It golne .ill he t me." "What 1. itr Acwl.rr Uter." Emart Pasor-"My congregation It ftiade up mostly of fool." Parlshlorer T A?L Tat exDl,,ln It." Smart Pns. lor-"Bxplalna what?" Parlshlonei- iour habit of addressing them at 'he loved brethren.'" ' Father-"Well. Julia. If I allow young Bmlthera to become my son-in-law do ou supposfuhe will be willing to worfc and nupport you?" Julia "Oh, para, now ean he. when he nan promised toio coining but think of me all tho time!" ' It la held b-omo that women coin ing together and allently holding thought for distant persona may great ly benefit them. And this seems ra onable. When any considerable nuin toer of women are silent there must bt a wonderful change In vibrations. Are the ...

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 June 1905

8C0TT COUNTY KICKER. Buttrtd at the p,t offlc In t'joton, Mo., on Ffbtoary 14, Will, an ond-clnn null mutter Subscription, . Hav.vkr. : Publisher. 1.6o Per Year." THIXns AS THEY APPEAll. thugs and brings them in as strike breakers to take the places of strik ing workmen. These thugs are arm ed ntul often innocent persons suffer. In Chicago a little child was shot and instantly killed by ntt imported negro strike-breaker bocune tlm lit- tin tnt. Irwi1.-nil nf lilli-i u.fi.fn11f ,.n,l . , ... I ' v" .V .1.1.1 .ut 14. liii 111111 t or years the people have been ,nill .Sc,b.. Thi-i the class of eat lulled into quiet and peaceful subniN-1 tk, tlmt npn ,,,,, 0 lnoa nun uy urn newspaper ami tile poll-, kev tn L,ht tllo , ,.,, capital. We of course the t.olice were never able to locate thi-i -l iver of an innocent ticinix of organized capital. V are tow oi now prosperous we niv, The farmer i told of hi honored calling and hi- iiidejiendence. The ' ti School Entertainment NEW HAMBURG Sunday,...

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 June 1905

7'' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO.. JUNE 10. 1905, No. 28. on! A MURDER AM) SUIGID1. .'HanrBtrtoilllUMiiirrukk Ot&rkuJTlMiHiiMlf. 'It is an awful story the killing ol 'Mitts Frankle Clark by her brother In-law, Harr.r Burton and the sul 'dele of Barton, at Rockvlew.' Satur day night. ' Harry Hurton, with his wife and 'babies, lived on his father's farm about two miles northwest of Bleda, -on Hnbble Creek. Ho is a son of Joseph Uarton, who now lives in III lnols. Saturday evening several from the Bleda settlement went to .tin ire cream and strawberry festival at the school house near Rockvlew. 1 In the party were Harry Barton und '.fiimlly, George Halter and Miss jFrnnWe Clark. While at the festival they learned -t)l a ball at FeMen's place at Hock. view and went over. It seems that 31iss Clark was quite popular and soon found herself engaged for many 'dances a head. Burton repeatedly asked her for a dance, but always .met the reply "I am engaged.'' Just before midnight...

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 June 1905

A vtV A" 5r IS. r - III At! it . fst&. Em. as tek. 1 Si Scott County KkKcr nut a. HAnrni, pmmma ftTCNTOK. a I I ICltOPM. There are nearly 6.000 steam and street railway crossings at grade ia the United Stales, of which nearly one half are protected. No fewer than 1,080,670 copies ot the Scriptures were circulated In Chi n last year, the actual sales being well over a million copies. An asphalt lake of considerable ex tent has been discovered In Asia Minor. An English company Is being organized in London for Its exploitation. A new Scottish work nttcnipts to prove from geological phenomena that gravitation Is electrical, and that It Is Identical with terrestrial and olar magnetism. From letters received by tho Church Missionary socUty from Japan, It seems that the sevpre trial through which the Island empire Is patalni: Is llndlng expression In ere.iter eartiest ncss In the performance of hea'hen rites. Prlno Ferdinand, of tUtlcarla. has for many years aspired to the t'tle of l;l...

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. — 10 June 1905

t iai ; V FOXTAIL MILLET. Several Varieties of the Plant Are Being Grown In America Aro Largo In Form. Under the name of Japanese mlllett mveral kinds of foxtail millet arc be In;; grown In thla country. Most of ilioso mlllci3 arc largo In form and yield heavily In seed and forago, un der favorable comlliloua, but do not withstand drouth well, and when a dry spell iimiM they yield to It quick :r than do most of our common mil lets. Tbero have also been Introduced KOttEAN FOXTAIL MILLET. fmm Korea millm known as foxtail, which differ considerably from the millets grown In this country and also front the Japanrrc, says Farmers' Re vlnw. Wc Illustrate the Korean mil- W. This millet has done well on the r.rntinds of tha agricultural department In Washlncton, but as yet little ex peilinentatlon has brcn done with :!iem In the country as a whole. TO ESCAPE INSECTS. Rotation of Crops Effects Much Oooc in Ridding Farm of Destruc tive Life. On a farm of pood size the best wa: to keep the det...

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 June 1905

! sir.- .m.j- . . ' ' . . . P-lh It waat wunii aAmAA ..-- ii i a M linn iT ssvs j w w V m. Some of us old-lMhloned people be Item that the county Institute board ought to sake an effort to grade he teachers, to endearor to attain a higher standard, better qualifica tions and proficiency among the teacher, Every time there is a stance Bade in the office of county school commissioner, the in-coming bmu makes great promises of re forms to be made daring his incum tency; but when once inducted into oslce the same loose methods of his Tsrsdecessor prevails. Teachers cer vacates are indiscriminately given oat, and in many instances to par ties who, were the proper tests made, would be found woefully deficient in several of the common school branches. Theeo teachers go out oyer the country and get positions tea tne scnoois,ana Doing unprepared, unqualified, unfitted for the position, are unable to instruct or impart what little they do know; hence,. bad results follow. The hard earned mone...

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 June 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. W3' 1 Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., JUNE 17, 1905. No. 29. FROM THE CITY OF VAPORS. Hot Springs, Aiut., Jane 10, '05. Well, after a tew hot baths, I feel considerably refreshed, and thought, perhaps the Kicker might need some thing "to AH up on." At a o'clock Wednesday morning I reached Little Rock. Rather than go to bed, J boarded a street car to see the Ar kansas capital by night. And I walk ed some, too. I was surprised at the perfect order. I met no suspi cious characters nor prowling women, that are so common in Missouri and other cities. About 4 o.clock I landed at the City Hall and made my presence known to Chief of Police, McMahon. He is a very courteous gentlemen, aud soon had me feeling quite at home at police headquarters. I was introduced to his assistants,- and all seemed to be very much interested in how Gov. Folk was getting along In keeping on the lid in Missouri. When I learned that all were admir ers of Missouri's governor, 1 could understand why Little...

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 June 1905

Ear 1 11 I) MM f '1 LI. , It If v4 Scott Comity KkKcr . A. HATXIB. HUNTOf. ill UIMOCU. It li estimated that about 3,000 ehlr rtren In Missouri have beea named after President Roosevelt. Tolstoy has given up reading the newspapers, but his friend to'.! htm the new. He spends much tlma roam lni the woods. For every shark captured In the Adriatic fishermen are to receive bounties ranging from 2 to $00, ac cording to the variety and size of the dsn. Viscount Hayashl. of Japan, has . formed the Scottish Anti-Tobacco so clety that the Japanese pollen confis cate the "smoking Instruments" of any youth under 20 years, as wall aa hi supply ef the weed. The Italian minister of agriculture has written to a German society for the protection of anlma's that his sov ernment will probably coon take action to check the wholesale slaugh ter of birds In Italy. To-day I30.uoo.noo of people spe? Encllsh, ion.noo.000 speak Uusslnn (for r.w all the people of the empire talk the national tongue). 75.UOO.0...

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