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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 August 1905

; f SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. rain Hi Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., AUGUST 26, 1905. No. 39. i GOV. FOLK AND THE LID. Of course the brewers and other influence of evil are active in having "protests" against the enforcement of the dramshop law sent to the Governor. A great many member of the St. Louis beer drivers union have written the Governor recently, asking him to refrain from enforcing the law requiring the closing of dramshops on Sunday. Writing to one of these gentlemen Governor Folk says, among other things, the following: "You say this law ought not to be enforced because it ts an infringe ment of the natural rights of the citlsens of the State. No man has a natural right to keep a dramshop open on Sunday, or any other day of tha week. They exist at all not as a matter of right, but by tolerance. It is a privilege that the State can give or tnke away, as she pie wee. In this State dramshops are permitted ix days in the week, but on Sunday they are outlawed. "The effect of the enforceme...

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. — 26 August 1905

f - L. t set Scott Comity KkKer raib a. until, KKNTON i M1M0OBL ' India railroads have Just adopted a standard time, which Is five and a half hours ahead of Greenwich. Blr FVsderlck Troves Is authority for .he statement that tho use of alcohol has steadily decreased In the medical profession the last 25 years. M has been estimated that should any one desire to purchase the rail, ways of the world his oiitliiv would 000UlU l Bomc,nlnR llkc 3ti,CSO.O00,. The demand for gas work in smalt towns down to 3.000 Inhabitants Is In creasing In Germany. Last year 81 .new gas works were established In such towns at a cost of from $22,500 to $30,000. The archbishop of Canterbury la ealil to bo engaged In tho formation nf league for' tho obliteration of tho godless Sunday from society. The a soclatlon Is to consist excliiidwlv of matrons In high life, and Lady Vlm bomo Is to be president. Cold dinners will be one of the rules Insisted upon. London will soon put on its streets a motor street clean...

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. — 26 August 1905

" M . 3 i GOOD ROADS IN IOWA. Wht That Stat Is Doing to Improve the Highways in Kure.1 V District. The Iowa hlshwny cuinmlaaion re cently held at the Iowa BtrUc college nu Institute for tho training of road of llccrs in building and taring for the highways of tho state, and the stimu lus given to the Interests of good ronds Will prove of lasting benefit to tho tate. Prof. W. tl. Stevenson. In mak ing report of the institute, nays: 'in Iowa there nro approximately 100,000 miles of public roads for the mainte nance of which the enormous sum of $4,458,000 In road taxes Is raised each year, In addition to mulct tax moneys and tho poll taxes. If this money wero used by men trained In the sclcnco and practlco of road building and itu.vu HKt'um: liKfNn tol'ciikd ijy UltADKIt. skilled In business methods, as are the men Intrusted with the affairs of great business concerns, It would be entirely possible to maintain every mile of roadway In the state In good condition and gradually to build ...

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. — 26 August 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Kawrrd at tb jiot uflli in teuton, Mo., on Fatnirj 14. m am-oiid-tlaM mail matter Phil. A. Haknkr. : Publisher. Subscription, tl.OO Per Year. FROM SIKE3TON. FROM VANDUSER. The Sikestoti Red Sox tiroved too much for the New Madrid boys Sun day and beat them. The score was 0 to 0. Up to the fourth neither tide could croM the pun but in the fifth the strain began to tell on the New Madrid boys and they soon went up in the uir. Frank Walluce, whose face once showed on the Sikes too diamond, but who is now with New Madrid, was touched up for eight hits, one being for two bases. Burch allowed the visitors but one hit and pitched a masterly uame. as may be inferred from the fact that he struck out 13 men, and in the ninth he fanned the entire side. The locals also fielded well and did not make an error, while the visitors had four to their credit. The Sikestoti boys will be out all week touring Southeast MUsouri. Word was re ceived here yesterday that the Red Sox met d...

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. — 2 September 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. w vii r BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER .2, 1905. No. 40. THE SOUTHEAST. THOSE SNAKE STORIES. SOMETHING ABOUT CHAFFEE. vfiloomfleld Courier: The- Maiden writ and Scott County Kicker apeak Ttry truly ot many of the lain oper ted tn Missouri In fact In nearly all the states. A large proportion of them are merely gatherings of bunko men and tin horn swindlers who are collected to rob farmers and those who are foolish enough to invent in their "sure thing" game. A good run of borne is far preferable to the 0 called fairs where a tew head of stock which have been exhibited till everybody knows them, a few crop of chickens, a few big pumpkins and long corn stnlks hastily gathered up from the surrounding territory and a collection of knit goods and sewing kindly loaned by the ladles, with the remaining space filled with goods placed by the merchants, constitute the chief features of the fair, which derives its chief income from privil eges sold gamblers and stand keepers and th...

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. — 2 September 1905

if if. sr.. Scott County Kicker ran. a. matxib, MKNTOTt t l I Mrs. John W. Mackay Is a collector of old (and new) candlesticks and hat a collection embracing more than 4,000 and worth upward of $20,000. The exports of Cuba for 1904 aggre gated In value $100,000,000, eleven mil Hons more than In 1903, and of this amount 83 per cent, came to the Unit ed States. About one hundred years more will be required to complete the work of making a topographical map of the country which was begun by the Unit ed States government In 18SS. APPEARS TO HANG BY A MEBE THREAD IIm Outcome of tke Peace Regatta ttona Very Much la Doubt. PESSIMISM HAS UPPER HAND At the Shokonsba festival, which held In Japan every May, the names of all soldiers who fell In battle the previous year are officially printed. The soldiers who succumb to disease are not thus honored. Gheel, In Belgium, Is a town :f fools. Imbeciles are sent there as to nn asylum, but. Instead of belli!: shut up and deprived of the pleasures li...

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. — 2 September 1905

hi-' f iHMt amvf4Jl THE CORN KERNEL. Sow (fee Examination Xajr Deter mine Much About the Quality of Corn Cne I Growing. By the kernel of the corn It Is pot tibia to tell much about the quality of corn ono Is growing. As a matter ol Instruction we publish tho accompany' Ing cuts, which were designed under the direction of Prof, Hopkins, of thf University of Illinois. The first on shows a kernel of low protein corn, Tht proportion of crown starch In this kep tiel to the other portions Is seen to bi rery large, at Is also the horny starch LOW l'liOTElN CORN. while tlie proportion of protein in alt forms la seen to be small. Tbfi can bo determined by taking a sharp knl If and cutting open several kernels of coin and making compart tons. The kernels having n large amount of protein will look like the second kernel rltown here. The proportion ol "crown starch will be found to be com rnratively small, while the hqrny gluten will be found In large supply. While a considerable portion of 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. — 2 September 1905

BOOTT COUNTY KICKER. land at th part ottu Id Bnton, Mo., uu Katortiary 14. ISM. aa n on il ! nail matter Hut,. A. Hah-mrr, : Publisher. Subscription, 11.00 Per Year. FROM CHAFFEE. A great deal of interest hue lieen hit by the people of Southeast Mis souri in the proposition to construct ,11 new town in the northern part of Beott county, to beknownasChuffee. The work of purchasing land and preliminary work of laying out the proposed town has occupied several months past, and it is only recently I turn in? project nils reucueu u stale of development enabling those not directly connected with the enter prise to appreciate the character of the undertaking. The Chaffee Real Estate Company, n corporation organized by St. Louis capitalists, has purchased a tract of land of about 2100 acres for town site purposes and the work of devel opment is well advanced. The principal reason for the selec tion of this site was its utienunled locution as a divMoti headquarters point for the Frisco Railr...

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. — 9 September 1905

V 'IV SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. 3- Vol. 4. BENTON, M0M SEPTEMBER 9, 1905. No. 41. AN OUTRAGE. Wm. Fields, of Blodgett, Accused of Insanity. 1 IP Arrested, Jailed, Tried by Jury rtnd Released Amid Applause. All Blodgett was astir the first of tiro week, nnd Tuesday Denton was almost as lively as during circuit court. Suturduy John Shuber, of Blod gett, made affidavit before Judge Lambert that Wm. Fields was of un sound mind and dangerous tp be at large. Accordingly papers were is sued und Deputy Sheriff Norrid went to Blodgett, arrested Fields; brought him here and confined him in jail. Fields wept bitterly. He is ayoung man of 83 years, of good appearance and neatly dressed. He can neither read nor write, but is fairly intelli gent. He is a carpenter Industri ous and sober. It is donbtful if there Is a mun in Blodgett, or else where, that can prove a better char acter than this man proved at the trial. Sunday Louis Qober and Harrison Slagle came up nnd vouched for him. All are Odd Fellow...

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. — 9 September 1905

If- r I?' s. If Pi few tit WW it if r, ui tj-:-T.. Scott County Kkktr rati Ju uniii . Sis million pounds weight of adults led and harmful food were destroyed by the health department at Now York during the last 12 month. Tht United States produces 319,001). 000 metric tons of coal a year, worth at the mines J485.000.000 and costing consumers nearly a billion dollars. Probably the youngest general la the world Is a nephew of the shah of Persia, a boy not 14 years old. who holds full title In the Persian annr. Stamp collectors wll) profit by the separation of Norway from Sweden. All the stamps that bear the portrait of King Oscar ceased to bo valid va July SO. In China a man can not by will dis pose of his land In fnvor of any one, person, whether rolativo or stranger l must bo distributed anions all his male children without exception. It Is curious to note that tho l'nylIiH people are not eating as much ham aj formerly. Whereas, In is:i9 the valuo of the hams ImtKirtcd from the Unit...

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. — 9 September 1905

I II ffflrtHtte-JV..? ' 'MS 1 T . : upiiav Trees. fc:,yiiEWs;.lij.rtcw 1 11 iva . . aae DMntirui tnnrnita-hra... tu l m. ttxl. sfrJIIIIH. I ivi ito Watatt Rtla JonlU tms.. Dtaniirui tnoroughfares of Joplln M surrounding towns aro threatened ,0? Bh,K,e tr,M- wfclch srs Mine denuded. of their foliage by ff? 7orm' spw,M of lhe catcrpll r. All down the streets wherever the we are growing the webt of these M?lcn tbe "en. nd where they are working the llmba are as bare as in the lwer time. Great apprehension pre vails at the condition, and the Joplln improvement association Is planning a fi?de Ra,nt he Pl. Unless some-4 thing can be done soon, the trees will tot only be stripped of their foliage, but will be Injured to the extent of total loss of many of the finest trees In the city. Reports from neighboring towns Indicate that the same condition exists all over southwest Mlsslurl. Never be- fore l the history of Joplln have the tree been affected In' any way, nnd their luxuriant growth a...

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. — 9 September 1905

ma to IV Br It's. it SIM via IB flCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Rattrttl at th. tint ufllc la Benton, Vo on KlSi rbraarjr 14. IMt. a Mwoitd-claM mall natter Wt' Pm. A. Haf.hkh, : Publisher. l$Mi t Subscription, f 1.00 Per Year. Ill' FROM ORAN. I. .MS nnn"n""""n"nnn"n"nnnn"nnnnMMMMnnn During tlie past week the question has beeii naked by several patrons of the School, it such studies would be taught that are requisite (or the pu pil to understand before undergoing mi examination by' an institute board of examiners for n teneher's certificate. Why. certainly. The school law, See. fn."8, provides that three grades of certificates shall be issued third, second and first grade. To obtain a first grade certificate the applicant in addition to the stu dies prescribed for second and third grade certificates must pass u satis factory examination in one division of history, either ancient, modern or English and one branch of science, either physical geography or elemen tary physics, or elementary byolo...

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. — 16 September 1905

mjjjl BBBi B9-9B-9 COUNTY KICKER. as ENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 16, 1905. No. 42. I 1 SOUTHEAST AND GENERAL NEWS. Up' Fredericktown Democrat-News: It Mis Mid that an effort is being made .VS-to have the railroad extended from "Wllllasvllle to the home of Mrt. vJoele Forbes, in Wayne county, com' '.'only known as "Annt Joe," the It V "ironderfal" who telb the put, pres ent and future of all who consnlther, ' and it range to say, Madison county furnishes her quota every week. It Is said that every night a crowd numbering from 85 to 50 meet at the house of "Aunt Joe" to consult ber; wives consult her about hus bands and husbands consult her about wives. What "Aunt Joe" did to our friend Rockwell was a plenty, bat he says "Aunt Joe" has slipped cog. One day lately Dr. Norwlne, of Poplar Bluff, accompanied by a stenographer, visited this prodigy. She told him, so we are Informed, that be was going straight to hell and taking others with him. The doctor immediately diagnosed her nse as lunacy....

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. — 16 September 1905

.4 V .7i' 1' i' i s t' : Scott Oram? Klcktr ran, a. aAwr . i taNTQK. a k Iast rear tho English Bible society lisd tho Bible translated Into 12 mor languages, making the total number of languages In which It mar now bt read 890. , The Italian government has taken ,. formal control of the railway line which have been operated tinder pri vate corporations and which were lust spring directed to return to Rovers? taent ownership. The work of collecting the remalni tf the men of the British forces who . fell In the Boer wnr has now boon completed, In spite of the great diffi culties necessitated by the enormous area to be searched. The number of , graves opened was 2.480. and about B.00O bodies were reinterred In the cemeteries at Pretoria. Johannesburj, lTdenburg and other places. Pew persons outside the Carnoglo household have any Idea of Mrs. Car negie's solicitude for the material comforts of her husband. In past years the laird of Sklbo looked after all sorts of minor business detail...

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. — 16 September 1905

i -up if ; "1? NOISES IHJER HEAD Mrs. Jmiid wae Norveus Wraak, ut Or. WlHIama Pink Pills rauiht Satin Htalth. Before I began to take Dr.Wllllamr fink Pills," said Mm. Mary Reniran, of No. 86 Kilburn street, Vail River, Hang., recoutly, " I was in and ont of bed nil Uie time, but uow I stay up all ny nud do nil my own Work. "I was foully run down from over. Work. One day noliwsbcgniiiuiiry head mid almost tnmlo mo crnsy. Sty head felt n8 if n tlubt bund lind boon put nrouud it, and tho rircssn.ro and tlio founds mmlo mo so uneasy that I ofteu had to walk tho fiuor all ninht. " My atomncli was in bad shape, and 1 had smothering sensations. At sncb times my body accnicd bloodless, my hands wro like chalk and my face tnrmtl yellow. The doctor said I bad dyspopsla iti the worst form. Then my nerves ftrtvo way and I was completely prostrated. I frequently suffered from smothering sensations. " The first box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that I used quieted my nerve? so that I could gut a go...

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. — 16 September 1905

HI it 5 is. Li mm 1 SI BCOTT COUNTY KICKER. bund at tb pat off.cc In Bmton, Mo., on rbnry 14. 1W3. at .noud-fliM mall natter Phil. A. Hafhek. : Publisher. Subscription, . fl.00 Per Year. FROM ILLMO. The annual misslun feast was eele- hrAted hv the l.nttipriiti fntiorpirn. tlon iii a beautiful grove near their church last Sunday. In this shady grove was erected a temporary altar mid pulpit and convenient seats were provided. In the forenoon services were conducted by Rev. F. Kiug, of Farmington. who addressed the as setubly in German. Various tables had been erected, after morning ser vices these tables were laden with all that is good and dinner was served Rev. Fuehler. their minister, conduct ed the afternoon services and deliv ered an English sermon in which he inmlmluil lila liutuiiura nf ttiplp illltv ns Christians to do missionary work by encouraging others to become Christians. The singing by thechoir was excellent. After the afternoon services all partook of luncheon and gath...

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. — 23 September 1905

m L SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. w Wit T Mi m. BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 23, 1905. No. 43. OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. o The Republican Committee Row in St. Louis.--Why the Two Old Parties Are 'f Just Ailke.--riow Stone and Phelps "Got Together. "--Other Events. ; Bay, do you over think? If you do. then I wonder what you think of lot of "representative of the peo ple" who fight and threaten to cut aeh other's throats, as was the cane at a recent meeting of the Republi can city committee of jit. Louis. And the Republicans act just like the Democrats do when the bosses are ' outnumbered. Of the St. Louis af fair the Globe-Democrat the "par ty" organ said: . "Nine members of the Republican City Central Committee walked out of the meeting of that body which was held in the Commercial building last night, with Chairman W. H. Ludwig, of the thirteenth ward, and Secretary George Mention, of the I, twenty-first wurd, who had just been ousted from their respective posi tions by the adoption of a resolu...

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. — 23 September 1905

file . 1 JMKi. . mmmmmmammmmmmmmimwmmmmmmm. i nnr- r ar-a 11 rn i bci t sb rT uniiEUfKBii iiiihii i inc. ihuuvkv r-e-a .vim nunrv nirifw j i iiiiir.it mhuiiiH -zzzz ay nn.A.unn,Mihte II UUOt lUlddUUIl llOVYiS ll lUTrniiiriiirn I m , 1 initniitntu awsT Si 1 is I ft 9 I 4 St. Catherine's lighthouse, ls) of Wight, has just been fitted with a flashlight which Is estimated to be equal to 15,000,000 candle-power. st ir SMS CSft.V . R&ska-,, In some of the cities of Spain bcs gars are licensed to carry on their' trade. Iteceut figures place the num ber of beggars In that country at 190, 217, of whom 61,948 are women. Though nn attempt was made two years ago to abolish bows and arrowa as the national weapons of China, the work has only been accomplished within tile last few weeks. The Impe rial archer have existed up to the time the royal edict put them out of business about a month ago. Six live Japanese mice nrrlvcd nt Wilkesbarre. ru., from Nngcfakl, .la pan, having trac!ed the entir...

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. — 23 September 1905

... .... r.VM SIT- SrfS.f. . fl I 1 'A; i ft ' Ui S. MHATOR TOWNI i Oou'i Klta Fills Wltk a Qratk Roa. Charles A. Towns. Ex-U. 8. .'snatar from Minnesota, brilliant iter, deter business man, brainy Tar, whose national prominence is him a formidable candidate fot presidential nomination In 1004. 1tajs its the following : "Gentlemen) I I am glnd to en dorse Ponn's Kid ney Pills. Tin remedy was rec ommended to me a few months ago when I was feel lng miserable! had severe pains in the Imclcj was restless and lan guidt had a dull headache and j neuralgia pains in the limbs and was otherwise distressed. A few boxes of ;cf)' the pills effectually routed my ailment V and I am glad to acknowledge the bene if fit Iderlml. - . (Signed) CnARLES A. TOVVNB. Fostor-MHburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Fot salq-by all dealers. Price, 10 csaU per box. fWUUUU It Cores Cotrtt. Congo. Bore Throit, Creap, Infle sets. Whooping Caaiih. Bronchitis and Asthma. AcrrtalDcuroforl'onso ptlon In am sixes, and a suro relic...

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. — 23 September 1905

mi. t rj-'.w 1 0 41 Si 3 sv If ft. if - SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. d at tha imi i. Blii- In Rtctun. Mo., au rubrmrj 14, 19W, nOernnilK-ln mall matter PL. A. Hakneh. : Publisher. Subscription. f 1.00 Per Year. FROM ORAN. FROM EDNA. On the ltith Inst., under the ordl Htice prohibiting stock from run higatlnrge within the corporate limits, it milk cow, the property ol C F. Bryeans, was taken up and 8ut in the pound. The same duy Mr. Irveans went before Ceo. Finley, a tistice of the peace, and replevined he cow. The case is set, for the 20th. Monday the marshal took up a cow belonging to W. P. Glasscock, a farmer living south of town. Mr. Mlasseook replevined the cow Wed liesduy. With two replevin suits, two suits for false imprisonment, one lor slander over the postofiice, the town borrowing money at 8 per cent, we move harmoniously along. There has been much complaint In regard to obtaining school nooks ninee the opening of school. I was today shown n letter from thei American Hook Co., of ...

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