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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 June 1905

I IHII Will m ! Wssssbbbbbi BLACK RASPBERRIES. This Fruit Is Capable of a Wider Knnge of Cultivation Than t Other Types. The black raspberry, or blackcap, lio fause It lends Itself to several methods of harvesting and marketing, la capa ble of a wider range of commercial cultivation than any of the types ol the red raspberry. The black rasp berry, under favorable conditions, Is a stronjt, vigorous-growing plant, making canes armed with stiff prickers and bearing Its fruit upon shoots of one year's growth that la, the shoots which grow one year bear their fruit the succeeding spring. The fruit of the black raspberry Is borne In dense ter minal clusters, as shown In our Illus tration, and In most varieties Is re tained upon the plant even after It be cimes fully ripe. This characterise H taken advantage of nowadays tc cnthcr the fruits In a very Inexpensive I OLVRTKIl Ot-' UASrHERniKS. fashion. UcsIiIm having this character of holding the fruit, the black raspber .r''13"as well adapte...

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 June 1905

flCOTT COUNTY KICKER. tared t tfc Mttoflctln Benton. tin., on rtontty 14, IN, t-ondlM anil matur Phil. A. Haf.xkr, : Publisher. Subscription, fl.00 Per Year. FROM ORAN. Senator Hohenshold, of Holla, who Is reputed to be one of the beet architects in the State, met bv ap pointment with the county 'court Thursday to examine and report Bd P;iflcations on the Teas Ibility of building an addition to the present court house and repairing the same. While the Senator did uot fully express his opinion to any but the court. 1 am satisfied that ft was his opinion that the building was badly eonstructed-thnt the foundation was defective; hence, the walls were cracking and giving .7, 111 "us uuerauiv impOS- R. A. Klnmbnrv. of Benton, mua ed through There on his way home at Jackson, Wednesday. He was up to see his mother and she was good enough to give him a bundle of nice feathers. One of our men took him for a peddler, another one for a machine ngent. Dr. Rodemeyer. of the Cape was here Monday....

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 June 1905

U...' .-smmimismBS SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., JUNE 24, 1905. No. 34. A FEW OBSERVATIONS. ! There is always something doing in Hot Springs. As I write the Ar kansas editors an holding a meet log here. Yesterday they wen ban qneted at the best hotel in the city and a ball was given them that night. Ot course everything was free. From here they go to Ualves ton, and thence by ship to Mew Or leans all free. This means that the ground-wires for the defeat ot Oov. Davis for the United States Senate are being hid by the corporations. I got among the crowd and eised up the Arkansas scribbler. In ap pearance they do not differ from the Missouri type. A few had the ap pearance of being well fed and were of the larger papers. The crossroads breed were easy to distinguish They wore "store clothes," either too large or too small, for which they hare no doubt agreed to pay their local merchants in advertising at the rate of three cents per square yard. But thev felt their importanc...

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 June 1905

gastttttttttttttttMfc? we t mi- m Scott County Kkktr rmiu a. liwin XTOH. a I s Nearly one-half of tho soldiers In tht Russian army are unable to read and write. In the German army the per cental la only 0.07. Policeman Freeman, at Washing ton, D. C, Is a protege of Senator Kltu rege. He Is 22 years old, stands sit feet seven Inches In his stocking feet, and weighs sno pounds. The csar holds some $0,000,009 worth of stock In .the Pennsylvania railroad, the New Jersey Central, tht New York rentrnl and the Canadian Northern Pacific, which yields him handsome returns. A largo lump of butter has been found burled in an Irish bog. No on a knows how o'd It is. It is thought that It l nt least one hundred years old, possibly ten centuries. The but ter Is said to be In excellent condition. The duke of Sutherland Is one of tho creatcst land owners In the world. He owns about 1,230.000 acres In Soot, land, iind many thousand acres in England. Ills landed property Is ex ceeded only by that of t...

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 June 1905

.. .e A GOOD BARN. Lake County, 0., Kan Hat Hum All Beaten for Fine Barns Kow It la Built. I have noticed several photograph and description of barns In the Ohlc Parmer, but none of them are like the barn of Joel Reeves, of Lake County, O. ayi an Ohio correspondent. Mr. Reeves la over 80 years old. The Illustration howa one bent of the barn and the :H"4 EXCELLENT HAT BARN. location of the barn floor above the "big beams" and running length wise under the gable of the roof. This tarn was planned and built by Mr. Reeves about 20 or 25 years ago. I It Is situated on a side hill faring trie I south. It has 24-foot posts and 9-foot basement, making about 3.1 feet from the eaves to the ground. It Is 60 feet long by 40 feet wide and Is divided into six bays 20 feet square. A bridge Is built from the top of the hill to the gable end of the barn. A barn floor extends through the barn from this bridge. One man alone ran easily and quickly unload hay into the bays beneath as It Is all down-pit...

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 June 1905

BOOTT COUNTY KICKER. Man st U Nritlnli BMtoa, Ma., raaraarj It. HN, M I lawoaMaaa a til aatttr Pnu' Jl HirxcB. : Publisher. Sabscrlption, tl OO Per Year. FROM ORAN. The muslcale given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.Clemson'swas very well attended and the pupils acquitted with great credit both to themselves and their teacher. Especial mention is doe the advance class who were Srlse and medal winners. They were, liss Maud Cooksey, winner of a large f611o entitled "The Dawn of the 20th Century;" Miss May Jones, winner of silver medal; Miss Manle Friend, who completed the course in "Ele ments of Music." winner of the gold medal, hiss fcumi Ham rentier td the "The Merrv Blelffhine Party" with the sliver hand bells to the de- bsht of nil. And the "Sleigh Ride" played by Mies Jennie Metz with the sleiirh bells accompaniment was well executed. Miss Urgin Bryeans of the Intermediate grade won a silver medal, and Miss Laura Miller of the primary grade won the sheet music. Sheet music was awarded...

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 July 1905

SCOTT COUNTY I1ICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., JULY I, 1905. No. 31. HOME AGAIN. After n short stay at the Springs I am again ut home feeling much re vived, but will not enter very active ly into the editorial harness until next week. I am very thankful to the correspondents for their help dur ing my absence, but regret that the printer made such a ridiculous mess of the names of many parties men tioned. Hereafter I will be at my post to see that work of every kind Is correctly, promptly and satlsfact ' orily turned out. I notice that the Japs and Russians have agreed to qnit murdering each other for the glory of their respect ive countries. The fools ought to have thought of that sooner before there were so many widows, orphans and heart-broken mothers. The press dispatches tell us that the peace conference will meet in Wa shington to agree upon a division of the spoils. "Between winings and dinings the plenipotentiaries will dis cuss indemnity conditions" say the dispatches. To make i...

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 July 1905

Scott County KicKer mi. A. ATXXR, rakltake. HBNTOM. a I t The value of tha exports of. lari tram the United State to Germany haa Increased from 18,488,653 ta 1191 te $14,931,640 la 1904. People of Pike county, Pa., hm thus far killed a larger number ot rattlesnakes than ever before at this season of the year. The rattle of the reptiles are eagerly sought, as keep takes, by summer boarders. MISSOURI STATE QLCANINQfc Missouri Crop Bultetla. United States department of agrl culture, climate and crop bulletin ot the weather bureau, Missouri section, far the week ending June 19, 1905, says: The week ending Monday the 19ta was warm with a high percentage ot sunshine and a marked deficiency la lainfall over the greater part of tha state. Showers obtained during tho first part of the week In most of the northwestern nnd many of the south ' western counties, where all crops con tinued to make satisfactory progress, Speaking of President Roosevelt'. 1 but over more than one-half of the MPORTA...

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 July 1905

i hi until i fim nAimiRiiii.. i IN STRICT CONFIDENCE. wKmm L9 Wftmea ObUlt Mri. Wnkhim A.rlce tad Help,- Has Galdtcl Tkoataadtto -tajth.- owtjrti.nrthlim,iV,B,(lbltComt oaad Cbn4 Mrs. Fred Btydel. II I ft Muai satisfaction for a . Wntnnn f fnl t..i ft . -"1I.IMIIIV k ano can wrltn tn Unothertclllnjflicr Ithe most privuto land confidential details about her f lllnpMi. nn.l 1.. tliather letter will oc seen by a wo man Onlv. n wn. mnn full of nyta pathy for her Si!' i ft W.omnn Vho ,ln hd ?5?pe,ft",ce ln tnrthg malo tils than any llvlnp person. p "no hundred thoiwnnd cases of female illsvases come before Mrs, Pink ham every venr. some personally, others by mafl. and thi, has been ' log on for twenty years, day after day. Surely women are who In seekinr advice from a woman of Mich expert ircc' csPvclalIi' w, it 1 absolutely Mrs.rinkhamnererTlolatestheeon H.lnnee of women, mid every tcstlmo Jiial letter published Is done m with the written eoiiM tit nr request of thd writer. In .ir.ler t...

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 July 1905

mOTT COUNT! KICKEft. rbrafj 14, 1W. m attoad-daM Ball ai attf Pul. A. Hafstsk. : Publisher. Subscription, 1 1.00 Per Year. Printer Wanted! KICKER OFFICE. nethatdoesn't know it ull preferred THE SOUTHEAST. An exchange thus bid farewell to a departed citizen: "He whs a man of push. He played marbles for keeps when a boy, and cheated all his playmates out of their allvs: he swapped a bladeles knife, siirlit-un-seen, for a four blader, sold that for fty cents, bought a pound of sujrur nod made a barrel of lemade which fce sold one circus day for He Wanted in business and sold bad meat for choice cuts and made a for tune. When he got a thousand dol lars lie organized a company with f i,000 capital, mostly water, and boiq me siock at tiar. When FROM ORAM. at tiar. htn the rompauy busted it was found he hnd sold out some time liefore. When lie 1 nients and advantages died he was a millionaire and left it all here. It warm where he is. IX-soto rre: Col. W. F. Swirzler hi answer to an inquir...

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 July 1905

SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. awn Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., JULY 8, 1905. ft. mn. . - ' "" 1 "" " " CONDENSED BY THE EDITOR. The Story of the Crime of Amalgamated Briefly Told. Lawson I ells of the Effect on the Whole People. The story of the Crime of Amalga mated, as told by Mr. Lawson, is very long and would take up too much of the space of the Kicker, hence I have decided, to condense it in a way that ' will require less space and yet give the important facts In ft way to be understood. Last weak we got to where Mr. Lawson advertised the shares of the Amalgamated Copper Co. for sale orer the signatures of the officers of the National City Bank the bank that the government at Washington supplies with the people's money free of interest. It is a government de pository Ihroagh which the people's money is loaned back to them and the stockholders of the band live fat off the interest. What Is called "sound finance" and "high finance" is nothing more than artistic and systematic robbery a method by...

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 July 1905

Ml- If -FX I ill V M 6- ScottOmneJickerlyiELDORBEW rut. a. smi-msb, reMittM i i WAS THE COMMAND A German librarian declares that there are In existence mora than 1, 600.000 novels. The value of sheila, tortoise and oth ers, gathered In Cuba last year am ounted to about 175,000. And the Crew of the Knlai Po temkine Surrendered. THEY VAINLY ASKED AMNESTY An Institute for the treatment ot sufferers from chest complaints, neu-. ralgla, catarrh and other maladies, bv ,1" UM " w" M,e Md means of opium smoking, has been opened by London physicians. Mrs. Emma Pan-low Allen, ot Swan, ton, Vt., Joined the Woman's Relief corps at the age of 00. She Is a grand, niece of Samuel Hopkins, one of the signers of the Declaration of Inde pendence, Mrs. a. v. Manning, who lives Beven south of Monroe City, Mo., is probably the only woman engineer In Missouri. Her husband operates n sawmill, and for two years Mrs. Man ning has acted as engineer. Man has been proven by M. Vaschldo to be more sensitive 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. — 8 July 1905

Hon A GOOD CISTERN PLAN. Arrangement by Which the Water Supply It Kept Free from Dirt and Cittern More Easily Cleaned. I have had a cistern tike the one shows In the cut for 14 yearn and have always nad an unfailing supply of good wa ter. It gives ad vantages over the single form of cis tern. The smaller, or receiving cistern, shown at right of cut, takes the water from the roof spouts, where It re mains until sedi ment has settled to the bottom. The water may be then turned into the larger, or main cistern, by opening valve In connecting pipe, c, by the rod, d. The end of this pipe, a, Is placed about one foot from the bot tom of the receiving cistern, to prevent drawing the sediment Into the larger one. The check, c. may be any good Bate valve to which the rod, d, is at tached for opening and closing. I And It much easier to clean a small cistern six feet deep than a large one, says a writer In Farm and Home. This email one may be emptied Into the main cistern at any time and clea...

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 July 1905

MUTT COUNTY KICKER. atoMd at tte Mstoacala BMtoa. Mo., rMnarri4,UM,Mi oa i sscoad-daae mail matter TwtL. A. Hatkkr, : Publisher. Subscription, fl.00 Per Year. AROUND BENTON. Nick Dannenmueller was in town Monday. He had "not finished thresh ing hi wheat, but said that as far as e had gone the crop averaged twenty-two bushels to the acre. The hill wheat is turning out much better than in the bottom, and there is rea son to believe that John B. Messmer will have to revise his prediction that wheat in Kelso township would not txceed 14 bushels per acre provided that the rain-damage is not 90 great The team attached to Rlstig's bread wagon became frighted ou the Fourth, ran away, upset the rig and tore up jack generally. It was Dr. Haw's rig. and Mr. Histig and Mr. Puis were in it until the trouble be ganand no longer. They went out with the bread. The buggy was a complete wreck. The Illmo Hendlight, published by Cross & Pelzcr, appeared last week. It is a five-column quarto, well g...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 15 July 1905

WW 7 -tlit. -ft jf, SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., JULY 15, 1905. No. 33. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Bamsey, Wyitt and Greenlee Pleaded Guilty and Qot Two Years Each. Jury Has Case Against 0. Sherer. Tom Blay Granted Continuance. The adjourned term of Circuit court convened Monday. John Greenlee and Win. Wyatt plead guil ty to forgery and got two year each. .Jasper Ramsey plead guilty to grand larceny and got two years. Kamsey is the man who was employ d as barkeeper at Overturf's saloon nt Hdna and left in the night with the days receipts (about $00) and Mr. Overturf's watch. In the case of the state against Thos. May and Charles Sherer, churged with the murder of Louis Hall, at Graysboro. in May 1004, a severance was granted Sherer. Blay and Sherer were jointly indited Blay us principal and Sherer as accom plice. Way was granted a continu unce while Sherer announced ready for trial. Judge O'Dryan, of Charles ton, represented him. Tuesday the court ordered fifty men in addit...

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 July 1905

I I Scotl County Kicker Kb A. UAWXta, Oov. Hoch, of Kansas, referring to Wo enforcement of tho promotion law, rfMr"1 the ,tt0 "80 per cent fll. . 80 Poor re the Russian peasants, writer, that even tho roach and muck beetle can not find sustenance la their huts, Automobiles can cross the frontier of Russia only by special permission of the minister of finance, obtained by written request. WILD The Kaiaz Potemkine Turned Over to the Russian Admiral. OFFICERS' CABINS STRIPPliU Htuiidalnlna t'. verm here, SuaweMlve f Ihe Vniv of the Oflleer Seve Were Pound Prisoner tm Board the Ship. Chiia'f Request to Be Represented at the Peace Conference. Javan tlellcvri she U Alii to Take fare at China's Intern! lor Which She Has l-'onaht. Dr. William Royal Stokes and Dr. .lohn 8. Fulton, ot the Maryland board uf health, Insist that they have discov ered a curative serum for typhoid fe ver, after a four years' search. Ellen Kay, one of the foreluu lead ers of the movement for equal rights for women,...

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 July 1905

TOM) OF THOSE WHO WB1TE. Ernest Trecton, a writer of serial torlcg, has lately told of tho young woman amateur who chanced to get an unfinished atory accepted by a weekly paper for Immediate publica tion. Months passed and the thing went on. A desperate editor wrote let ter after letter ImplorlnR hrr to wind tip. The unhappy girl wrote despair v Ins'y that she couldn't stop It; the elongating thins had wound round her as the sea serpent wound about Lao coon. Finally the editor himself ended It. Miss Betham Kdwnrds In her "Home Life In France" writes: "The best contemporary French writers often us English words not as yet naturalized, without Italics or quotation marks. Thus Cherbullez wrote of the hall In stead of 'le vestibule' In one of his novels; Nrlzeux makes a lady conju gate the verb Muncher' In one of hla plays. Flirt, croquet, garden party, Ave o'clock, and a variety of similar expressions are employed as If be longing to the French tongue. Eng lish names and pet names have...

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 July 1905

BOOTT COUNTY KICKER. stand t tt MMoMli BMtei.Mo.. oa VbraMy 14, MM, m stcosd-tlSM afcll aattM Pn,. A. Hatxsb. : Publisher. Bobtcriptlon, 11.00 Per Year. AROUND BENTON. R. W. Mincer, L. 8. Lee and H. U. Alt, of Sandy land township were here Monday. They are directors ot Clay fool School and are anxious to ge nre a good teacher for the approach lag term of eight months. The sal ry is 140 per month. Any teacher wishing to apply can do so by ad dressing either of the above at Blod Rett, Mo. J. B. Kinley, of near Oraii, was here Monday and says he will make an effort to have u rural mail route established runnlntr from Oruu via the Benton road to the top of the hill, thence to new Hamburg and o- er the Cox road in the direction of FROM OBAN. The Bon we learn of the new town at Wltta the more firmly we become convinced that a great mistake was made in naming the town, instead i ofChaffe it should hare ben chris tened the "Windy City." From all reports there never was more wind put in moti...

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 July 1905

7!w7?TP SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol, 4. BENTON, MO., JULY 22, 1905. WflaAVflaflfflfflaBfflaflTflTJHBBaflB No. 34. COURT ADJOURNED. Ho Verdict in Sherer Case. 11 to 1 for Conriction. Hi BraiMJB, Oonrktod of Ripe, Gets Seven Yetrs.-Judp Killitn will Try the Jum Cole one in August When the Kicker went to press last week the jury had the Hherer case, in which Charley Sherer was charged as aiding Thos May in the murder ol Louis Hall, at Oraysboro, in May, 1904, and the case of the State vs. Eli nranlmm, charged with the rape of his imbicite niece, was on trial. Friday morning the Jury in the Sherer cam awaited the arrival of Tudge Riley to report that they could not agree. Judge Riley seut them nock to try it over. At noon the ja ry again came oat with the same re sult. After they had been out 24 hours Judge Riley sent for the jury nnd asked it there wasany possibility of them agreeing on a verdict. ' "None whatever," came the reply. "Then you maygo,"saidthecourt. The jury stood eleven for ...

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 July 1905

'mWS to if? I, Scott Comrty Meter nib A SAntaa, amtooML The piercing of the second tunnel through the Blmplon has been com Diet d at Brlgue. Only ?,400 iklna have been taken by British Columbian sealing vessels dur ing the season just ended. Four-fifths of Zululand has been de clared unfit for European habitation by the British delimitation commission. A monument to Rembrandt Is to be built at Leyden, Holland, on the site of the windmill owned by the polnter'e father. The total of Chinese employed In tie mines of the Rnnd, Mar 31, wni 40,117, and ships with 3,900 more were on the way. The new Italian postage stamps will show views of the principal Italian cities, famous monuments, churclus end other objects of general Interest There were landed nt all stations In 1? but neither wan seriously wounded. England and Wales durltra lfliKl near- ', The raiders then quietly departed. ry ma,Km tons or herrings. The aver age va.ne per hundred-weight wni as. against 11.74 In l(HM. The Best Mis...

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