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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 22 July 1905

HBsssssssaBsTBBBRsIr A WOMAN'S MISERY Hn John LaRtte, of 115 I'nteraon Avenue, Pateraon, N. ,T., says: 1 vm Iratiblcd for about ulna yean, and what I gof fered bo one trill erer know, luted about erery known reme dy thatls said to be (food for kidney con pliilnt, but without de riving perma nent relief. Often when atone In Mm house the back aehe haa been ao bad that It brought tenra to my eyes. The pain nt times tvns so Intense thnt 1 wan catapulted to glre up my lionwhold duties and He down. There were head aohea, dizziness nnd blood rushing to ray head to chuso bleeding nt the nose. The first box of Donn's Kidney Pills benefited me so much that I continued ' the treatment. The stinging pnln in the small of my back, the rushes of Mood to the head nnd otUr symptoms disappeared." loan's Kidney Pills nro for sale bj II dealers, 60 cents per box. Fosters MUburnCo., Ituffalo.N Y. ssL X 1 , IN THE PUBLIC EYE. Rev. Joseph W. Cross, the oldest liv ing alumnus of Harvard college and the Aml...

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 July 1905

ggggggggggggggLVBr! 'vt - ggggLgHr aaaLE iR!$ BBBBBBggBR?' bbbbKiH bbbbKb &1 3 I?! l3 F II rami IIWIMOItlll BfBtOl.HO.. OS wwt, mm rcbrawy 14. 1 i Mcoid-clMi nail matter Phil. A. Hafnkr; : Publisher. Subscription, 1.00 Per Year. FROM KELSO. m. Evans, a sign painter who Mew into town recently and painted signs for our business men was taken to Benton jail Saturday evening bv Marshal McLane, and here is how ft happened: Joe Qlueck received twenty-dollar bill from Leo Schae fer and stuck it in the watch pocket of his pants. Then Joe stepped into Ancell'g sntooti and asked Andv filattel to "have one.'' The painter stepped up, flapped Joe on the shout der, saying t hut he'd take one too. Shortly afterward Joe missed his 920 bill. He recalled the familiarity of the painter and had him searched. but nothing was found. Thepainter iwivKereu on apparently veryurunK, and it occurred to the marshal that, perhaps, his search was not as thor ough as it should have been and he overtook Mr. Pai...

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 July 1905

$8 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., JULY 29, 1905. No. 35. OUGHT TO SETTLE IT. President Davidson, ol ttie Frisco, says Shops Will Remain at the Gape. Ghaffe to Get Round House and Yards, as Stated in Last Week's Kicker. From thct'nh(llrnrJan Rtptilitlrnn. "We linve no intention of moving the shops from tills city. We recog' nize Cape Girardeau oh one of the best .small cities on the southern lines of the Frisco and hope that in favors there will be a mutuality between the city and the road. There are several reasons why I have fought for keep ing the shops here and as far as can be seen nt present there is no thought of moving the facilities." President Davidson, of the Frisco, was speaking to several citizens at noon Friday when he madetheabore assertion. His straightforward way ol why the shops are located in this city convinced his hearers that there was no immediate danger of this city losing Its most Important feature. Word was given out that a party of Frisco officia...

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 July 1905

Scott County KlcKcr !(. A, HAITOCK, raMlsaea. utnantmi Tho number of persons convicted Is Prussian courts last year for lese ma te was 164. agalnat 198 In 1903. Tb,e..r.a"way rompan!e of England nu ay ales employ between them 312. v.j men. The Scottish nnd Irish com panles employ 4D.00u men between mom, The Chicago public lllirnrv u.os a 20. Iioif.c-pov.fr irasoll:n wagon to deliver books from tlia central department to His many brai'clies In the city and sub- The Best Missouri News To prove that Its digrams are gen- I Mine, a Paris newnpapor will In future i expose In It windows duplicates nf every mwsaee tecelved for the whole of the day after their publication. A certain London hotel used a bush el of potatoes a year for penwipers on the tables In tho writing rooms, it is , claimed that a potato wiper N the ben pro.-trvatlve that can be ob tained for the pen. ' A Gorman -dentine paper describes ft new reirlsterins rain gauge. In which ieli drop falls oa a balanced j nnn. which di...

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 July 1905

rovoAtxowAx. noixa Tat opinion making much headwt; tn Germany that children should not bt obliged to study out of school. Prof. 18. B. Spencer, who for the IsM 11 yean has been Instructor In Latin at the University of Denver, will take the presidency of the Methodist college at Rome. President Edward A. Alderman, of the , University of Virginia, has just received the degree of LL. D. from Yale. Though but 46 years old he cow has men of these degrees. The largest Dante library In the world Is that of Leonldas Leonelll in Udlne, Italy. It comprises more than 3.000 publications in all languages re lating to tho poet. Intelligence has been received at Yale tbat the governor of the province of Hunan, China, has glvejn permission for the establishment of the new Yale col lege at Chengsha In that province. Mrs. David Murray, of New limns fflck, N. J., has presented Johns Hop kins university with a valuable collec tion of books and rctlcs Illustrating the history and institutions of Japan, ...

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 July 1905

FROM ORAM. The editorial in last week's issue ol tfce Cititen stating "that the promot- mol the Fair declare it hus never paid expenses," has been the theme f discussion on the streets of the own. I have no hesitation in say log that the people here have their afsgiving ns to the truth -of the lutement. True they can only guest mt what hax been the ntnount of the secelpts nnil expenditures, gained by observation, mid then approximate. For some reason best known to the promoters, no accounting has ever been rendered , or financial stntetnent ! ever been published, whereby we might gain an insight to wlint has really been done. Every employe o ilie association lias been of theirown choosing and after every Fair they were shut up like clams. As well to link an Indian totmcco sign as to what the receipts ntid expenditures were ns one of them. Hut let uslook further into this matter. Mr. Cook sey tells us that "horsemen and oth ers who follow county fairs say our fair has a larger attend...

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. — 5 August 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., AUGUST 5, I905. No. 36. GOV. FOLK'8 SUCCESS. No wonder that the evil influences of the 8tnt lose no opportunity to denounce Go. Polk. In every com bat with evil thegoveriiorhu proved himself equal to'nll the power at its command nnd his lutent achievement is the complete routing of the race tr.iekgii inhters in St. Louis connty inxpite of the refusal of the St. Louis county official to do their sworn duty. The driving out of the race-track owners was no small tank. These men have millions of money and have controlled governors, state leg islature, courts and lesser officials. And, failing to control the recent leg isluture to prevent the passage of th autl race-track law, they under took to defy that law. These men have in their employ tin; very best lawyers of the state. Th'y had on their side the officials of St. Louis county and they had the mnaey. For a time it appeared doubtful which would prove supreme the law or the outlaws. Itut 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. — 5 August 1905

Scott County KicKcr rut, a. aAntEm pmmm wrwrnw t i i MtMomu. 'Acre were 22,21G,C73 bushels ol grain exported from the gulf ports during the lire months ended May St. 1906. The grain exports from the Atlantic ports for the five months ended May 31, 1805, amounted to 38.724.9S6 bushels. While Germany has fi.500.000 wom en who earn their own living, Italy with only one-half the population, ba 5,260,000. A statuette of isls. declared to be ol ancient Egyptian origin, lias beer. Tounil burled under- the foundation! of the Paris llastlle. 1-eotililas Leonell, of I'ndlnn. ttaly has the largest Dante library In the world. It comprises more than three thousand publications of all language! relating to the poet. Mrs. Isabel Strong and Mrs. Frank Norrls, the authoress, are spen.l'nsi the summer In California, occupying the Robert Iuls Stevenson cottage on the ht'ls bordering the Santa Clara valley. Swine, the most numerous of all domestic animals In the Philippine Islands, as shown In the cens...

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. — 5 August 1905

' i ' - L w '1 8UCCE8S WITH BROILERS. The Story of How One Poultry lUtsst of New Jerssy Manngei the Business. Formerly I lived on a farm where I ntways bad a good many chickens and some years It was only this poultry hat carried me through," said Albert Heritage, of Gloucester county, N. J., In speaking of his experience In growing broiler chickens. "Four years ago I sold the farm, bought Ave acres near the station and went Into the chicken busl ness exclusively, I am well satisfied with the results. I have made a larger net proflt than most farmers do and with very much less work. 1 do alt my own work and am not troubled with hired help." Mr. Heritage has a neat home and the general aspect of the place shows thrift and comfort. Besides the house and barn there are three large brooder bouses, an Incubator house, a large building for laying hens and a lot of out-door (lamp) brooders. The incubator house Is built Inside and out of matched lumber and a very even temperature Is maintain...

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. — 5 August 1905

FROM ORAM. The farmers west ot town are stilN discussing the probable amount ol damage done by the overflow ot laat week and the best way to prevent a repetition after every heavy rainfall. Uncle John Friend takes an optimis tic view 01 tne matter, tutu tne inan dution of the country now will event ally be for the best, that it will cause the large land holders the class most interested to take steps to effectually drain the country sub ject to these overflows by ditches sufficient to carry off till the water that may accumulate and thus pre vent these overflows and thereby the loss of crops. That these lands, be ing very fertile, renters have been eager to lease them, but now after the experience of the last few years. seeing the entire crops destroyed. they will not consider it a very safe or profitable investment to lease tnem, nonce tne lanu lord will 01 ne cessity be compelled to drain before the lands will become remunerative. Orunite were being entertained bv two shows Tuesda...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 August 1905

The brooder houses are substantially built, heavily framed, with walls and roofs of matched boards. The roof li If tiff transportation would cost imv. Slump in Heart Market. iudlgestinn tho gncs iron, mo iuiVm matter kept ill tho syKtein nffoct tl bloDtl iu tho fnmo wny hi .t' . a y viv, .,: "- I. ... 2 iff ft J J IP. ..t t :i::if(- i' " - i 4-H '".-! - 3 it j - --y "si.v- ; '1st . "! 't,'' 1 1 ' i ,J.' '?,..' ( . ' " ' . i '.. it ' ." s 'fr: -v,-'ii- , 'f' il 'l it .t- I "ed by a two-toot wire aim ut-u cuivh i tchcr rlght up unilcr the cluster and I xl0u8-KU."toUUiouVr.T: Iu ..n,mh tn flv over it. the Wire IS . !,-- umvnril. and the blik.il'-.UUltulis AllxvU nn diu . UMO It K I- -- " r.. . .. ... Si! i( DrnW- Kidney Pill 4 3J 4 0 i!f nf tiilTnrinff nnil lie want

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 August 1905

The majority of the letters the south and many of them ioney. tlio best methods to propagate frogs. Fof vcars lnaulries from all parts of r ,1 i. 4i,n mnf nfflctont treats tered upon bis nfty-slth year, was the j n 7ma - .r,- Kicker.Supplement. Benton, Mo., August 5, 1905. BiiHtueMH Locals. 1 have furins for stile of various iIzes in Scott county near lllmo. Kelso, New Hamburg, Oran, Morley, Kenton, Cary, Ulodgett, Diehlstadt and Commerce. Also improved und unimproved lands in the state of Arknnsns. If you want to sell list your farm or property with me. I stand a hundred chances to sell to your one. If you want to buy, see 10 D. H.Harper. Benton. Mo. Stock of Washington cedar shin ales, surfaced finishing lumber, fram ing and box boards, also one '12 horse power traction engine, 'surfac ing planer and ripping machine with belts and tools for sale cheap. JU-.lin 8. R. Jonas, Commerce, Mo. " For Sale. My farm of 118 acres adjoining Kelso, all in cultivation. Hood ((-room dwelling wit...

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. — 12 August 1905

r 4 i .1.' KM"5 'MW ti SCOTT COUNTY I1ICKER. f Vof. 4 atyrnM Mr. ai ini ie-r in i -- : t -.w.-, ...w, "--ww . .ww. NO. 37. y$ ANOTHER OUTRAGE. Theexpecbed has happened. Frank j Farris, the alleged prince o! boodlera 4 In the Missouri Senate, was acquit .'ted In the Cole county circuit court ?5 la. t week. And while the records of the Cole county circuit court nay -show that Frank Farrls "is not gull t.Vi" yet there Is not a sane man in Missouri who has watched the pro ceedings and read the evidence but j what is thoroughly convinced of his y guilt. For nearly three years this case hns been pending. Continuances, changes of venue, and every known method of delay has been resorted to. Six months ago the case was tried and resulted in a hung Jury. Fiirris' attorney is now under indict ment (or-attempting to bribe that Jury. If Farrls is not guilty, why whh it necessary for ills attorney to attempt to bribe the Jury? When the case was called at Jeffer son City last week Judge Martin, be...

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. — 12 August 1905

as Scott County Kictter nib a. uArxku, Statistics compiled by the various automobile trade associations show that there, are about 53,000 motor cars In use In this country. In dressing a fowl she had pur rhasod for three shillings, Luclo Man rent?!, a Paris cook, found In Its In terior a gold ring set with two superb diamond. Charles M. ISallcy. of Ualleyvlllo. Me,, has made from fii,ooo,000 to lin, DOit.OOO as a manufacturer of oil cloth. He began in 1817 In a little barn, and now his factory covers 24 acres ol floor fcpacu. If Knabeshue's airship In Toledo can keep its performance up to the adver tisements the nlrshlp will soon be re tiring the automobile to the back ground as. a fashionable means of Im periling the necks of thu wealthy. The Moroccan troops who lined the road to the palace In honor of Mr. Lowthcr, the head of the British ml slon, when he had an audience with the sultan recently, were clad In khaki uniforms, which they wore for the first time. In many cases the sab...

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. — 12 August 1905

we i 1 APPLE TREE BORER. f A Very Abundant Insect Though XI Zi Not aa Destructive aa the Sound-Headed Sorer. This Is a very abundant Insect though It Is not so destructive as th round-headed borer. The adult Insect measures about half nn Inch In length It Is flattened above, resembling a snapping bottle. Tho antennao ate short, the eyes large and the forelegs are armed In front with a connplcuous tooth. The upper surface of the body Is dark metallic brown, and fresh spa ctmens aro coated here and there wl(n b powdery gray substance, which fa easily rubbed oft. Unlike the round-headed borer, this Insect works In tho day time, being most active In the heat of the day. It IS? t'LAT-HKADKD APPLE THEE BOHER. (a) larva: (b) beetle! (c) head of malei i) pupa twice natural size. Is also frequently found on prostrate trees basking In the sun. The beetles aro active creatures, running rapidly and Hying readily. This species at tacks by preference diseased or dying trees, inhabits all parts of...

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. — 12 August 1905

THE SOUTHEAST. Dunklin Democrat: Col. Aleian r Durham and Mrs. LbKie Moon, two colored society people, cam wer from CarathenTllle Monday ad Mcurinir a license, were Joined in ike holy bonds of wedlock by Justice O. Price, in his most engaging manner. There was a large audi nee to witness the event In Record r Finche's office, by invitation of that obliging official. Col. Durham stated that, as a local preacher, at kome, he sometimes officiated at marriages. Asked why be came here for a license., he stated that as a matter of truth he had been living with his bride for a year or more, nd he did not care to "mistrust the confidence" of the people over there fey admitting that he had not before teen married to her. A fellow wno claims to know says that the way to get rid of borers is to co to the timber, cut hickorv Ban tings into stakes about four feet long nd drive one of these stakes into the ground about two feet from each apple tree. The borer prefers the hickory nnd will quickly ...

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. — 19 August 1905

oivi SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., AUGUST 19, 1905. No. 38. 2h -St A LtTTLK FREE ADVICE. The acceptance by the county court, last week, of a certified copy of tlm poll tax list of the town of Sikeston In the matter of the Gal brt'iit li saloon petition, might prop erly be tertneil "going the whole hog." It linn sometime occurred in cases when the court "leaned" a little town I'd the saloon that poll tax re ceiptM were presented nnd nccopted, but when it conies to bringing in the list of the street commissioners or roud overseers, that is the limit. Ami now I want to give the saloon men a little free advice that, if fol lowe will save them money. In the territory whine petitions are most bitterly contested are found the greatest numberof hangers-on com mon t called "bums." These have no money to pay either u personal or it poll tax. It costs you, Mr. Sa loon keeper, either directly or indi rectly, three dollars to make of each of these bums what the court holds to li an "...

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. — 19 August 1905

Scott County KicKer TtmtU A. HATXKB, IWNTDM. x I 1. HIMOUU Urlght, red spectacles, accompanied by Internal doses of calomel, form a I'ow Sermon specific agent against easlckncss. Half of all the electric cars In the I'nlted States are heated In winter two-thirds by electricity and one-third by sto'cs, hot water, etc. Uy Cape Horn the distance between New York and San Franoseo la about 14.SI0 utiles. The Panama canal will leilnco this to something less than COW). A company has been formed In Mex ico for the extraction of oil from com (maize) without thereby affecting the grain for purposes of distillation In the process of manufacturing spirits. The value of the toys exported last year from Sonnoberg. Germany, w hero most of the cheap toys are mnde. was Ha.TiKi.iHin, the Ttilteu States be'-i,; a purchaser to the extent of U.nw.OOi). Prof. X. A. Cobb, of Spencer, Mass.. ir to piij.li scientific farming In the Hawaiian Islands In behalf of L'ncb Sam. He was formerly In the employ ment ...

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. — 19 August 1905

HANDY LIVE STOCK LOADER How a Ueeful and Portable Loader Kay Built by the Parmer for Use on the Parm. The Hlimtratlon given herewith of the Btock-loadlng truck hIuiwr a very useful and handy loader for farm era to uho ln badlim Iioks. shuep or cnttlo out of pens or yards. The bod piece, ns dpsrrllicd by a i'orrcs.onlciit In the 1'ractlcal Farmer, arc 2x(Mnch want inn 11 feet ions; cro.mpleces -X4. .1 feet lone, Mtcrt ,m ton of lied P eccit, one at eneli end. The uprlfjht Pieces nt front end arc 2x1 Inches 3 feet Inches high, center uprights 57 I'OIITAIII.U I.1VK-3TOCK I.OADKH. Inches hlph and the rear ones 72 Inches high, each being bolted to bed-piece, also to the 2x4 which supports the lloor on cither side. The front or lower ends of these pieces rest on the bod-plcres. while their rear ends arc supliortcd by a piece of l!4xti-lnch lioanl nailed across the uprights a feet C Inches above the hed-pleccs. There Is also a lioard nailed across to sup port the center. The tloor Is made ...

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. — 19 August 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. KoUwd nt th. put offlnln Benton, Mc, on February 14, ItM, u wcond)a. mull matter Phil. A. Hafxer, : Publisher. Subscription, 1.00 Per Year. FROM ORAN. 1 visited Chuffe last week and 1 must sny that the operations of the promoters, the meaning of which is to be guessed: an enigma to me. There was ubout 800 feet of granit oid walks made, a place scooped out where the main store was to be lo cated and, rough rocks placed the en tire length. With the exception of the small ottice. I saw no house or building material on the ground for building purposes. Mr. Beardsley, the gentlemanly superintendent, said that the building of the walks and streets would become a necessity Mr.ul1 in1tnfwu vi.1..a nf flip propertv to that extent. That while' Judge Joseph Meyers was visiting options'liud been taken on o uumber friends and relatives here Monday, of lots, no deeds had tiassed as the' Miss Dee Fink went to St. Louis plat of the town was not then a mat- Thursday returning Su...

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