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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 November 1905

4fflpxsssssr ;"T'."it!s ...wsa-aMw. jtiwM.' Tx(&i;'XnHKkriij A SCOTT - 3W '-'-MiW COUNTY HJCKE1 Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 4, 1905. No. 51. THE COMINU FIGHT. That there will be "lint times" In i0O8 there Is no doubt. The whole country is astir over thp revelations 4lttnAflp ntirl muonllft flint. IIM I II t t. 1- -.1 aairy coming to ngiu in mgu piaces. A few states will hold elections next Tuesday and the Globe-Democrat nays "An especial element of interest is the break in party lines which littve taken place in several of them." Kvery where the Indeiiendent voter appears on the surface. In New York District Attorney Jerome was turned :1own by the mnchine and is going it alone. And there Is strong proba bility of his winning. The greatest danger is the Indians nnd ballot box staffers that are always with the ma chines. In Ohio Paulson is the Democratic candidate and Herrick is up for re-election on the Republl can ticket. The Globe-Democrat says: "Many temperance Republi cans ...

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. — 4 November 1905

V N I-- 1 ,CU1SJ9b' f cWWWirllllSMF FARMFR'S mm m ska. wm A" A. $ 1 Scott nut. a. unn, BW.NWIIM lit tflgantmt The Japanese method of preserving tbe salmon which are caught In largo numbers at Sakhalin Is to salt thoa down and press them Into bales. The statistics of the California In ano asylums show that one In every 675 foreign-born residents becomes In sane and one In every 3,110 native born. A cook, who had been summarily discharged by her employers for smok ing cigarettes in the kitchen recently, sued in vain for wages In an Etiollsli court. Half of the entire revenues of the elsht principal world powers are now being expended on armies, navies and the debts Incidental to them. Modem Inventiveness. In fact, has made It much more costly to keep the peace than to wage war half a century aso. Reports have been received a Japanese foreign offlce from the .lap nncse representatives at I'ekln that the emperor of China, by formal and ilomu decree, has ruled the bow and w out of the Ch...

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. — 11 November 1905

Jits JPxoufcrrY y- . , f . HKsS&0i?? ' - i ... THHi W AC. BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER II, 1905. WHY Why Is it that .tries aro continual J believe If. ARg? vnrloUM couu- threntiug war? icrnl Sherman I r tins . . s aou i" men wny fat t k if. v. ."' ,noqbj the men in control of trovern &mts be eager to give their people , this hell on earth? ' The cause of nil wars can be traced ( directly to' greed commercialism- ji War in competition gone to seed. to Ami the country or "aide" that stri- F IrpH tlm flrafc Klritr fa frotianillv In fltn wrong. It strike for something it cannot got in any other way may it be territory or trade relations and that is about all that nations ever go to wnr about. George T. Angel I, in Our Dumb Animal, writes: "We are pleased to learn tliat the fames v Vew York Seventh Regiment is to make n friendly visit to the Canadian militia without the slightest opposition to marching witli their usual orms. ic is only a few years ugo that we were propon ing to go to w...

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. — 11 November 1905

-vKkKer '1 of llussla Is I will fit him. eto a section- 'lo brought Okhotsk ir cod will y to - to the many The Fronch' govei.. posed to the chamber create a universal exiu.itio. in 1920, to commemorate 'die 1iv 'a- tior of the French republic. v ro to rls A new warning note to women who go automoblltng has been sounded at an InntiMt nf tti-arlfr,-.1 tl. ht.tv M . ... . . caused oy wearing artificial hair made from n Chinese pigtail, and It came out In the evidence that Chinese pig tails were lagely Imported for the pur pose ov making, among other things, f ringA lets for nutomoblllng. In the first distribution of the ten medals set aside by the Carnegie be quest, to be given annually to those who have nchle-ed fame for heroic deed, ulna ert for signal bravery in saving life in .he water. The medals will not adorn masculine breasts alone, but will be worn by heroines as well. They will serve as a source of inspiration, an encouragement. Two flro-engtnt-s and a car for carry accessory...

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. — 11 November 1905

m-."" Hn' aw II er 'aT -MtJTW ABOUT ROTABLE.. JTs,, . afcjA, . -t srif THE eW I HTI IklMf 1. I ,,, p .1 Adolph Carnot, mentioned for presi dent ef France, it a brother of The murdered president of that name. Robert Bacon, tbe recently appoint d I assistant tecreUrjr of etato, ( an . wHV U tHUIUUD ivi UIB - fiorsemanshlp and as a polo player. jaue. lioini usive nas naa the pleasure of observing her tcmb. Four years ago sue gave an order to French sculptor, who, after a lone . Interval, was at last convinced that he waa In earnest, and sho has glvon her approval of the design. For some time Miss Helen Gould has been quietly conducting a chBrlty ut Liberty, N. Y and only her most Intimate friends have known of this ' particular philanthropy. At a farm near Liberty she has for years been caring for a number of poor children, -ftit ntrr.it Is learned that elsewhsre in that vicinity sho entertains groups of about a dozen children for perloas of thrsb.rwcks. J. VV. Hughes, adjutant general...

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. — 11 November 1905

1 3 - s TT COUNTY KICKER. tit nffir In ktntoh. Wo on , h M.ntid-clBM bihII tnntttr km. : Publisher. 1.00 Per Year." 1- 1 4ST. eie .siiooter:"A-riiH-. ..no was wnt to jail from .. mi enmity. Is writing a book en M "A Year in Hell." Thin should ' a good pointer for the minister, the minister, would tret up in the ilpit nnd tell the sinners niul wrong ers if they don't repent and be Imp W :"J' ,,"'v w,u ""wly go to jail, there ,i. ou'd lie more nnd greater revival! ine "than under th old fashioned hell - they know nothintr about. The m r 'ft k - FROM ORAN. The quarterly meeting ut the M. E. church Saturday nnd Sunday was well attended. Presiding Klder Crow preached Sunday morning and even ing. It l the opinion of those who were fortunate enough to hear 'thin eminent divine that he Is especially distinguished tor his sum and power as a pulpit orator. That his ser mons on that day were the ablest, the most elooiletit nnd effective that tlli'V lllUl eVel' licilld. ill! depth ill ; thought...

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. — 25 November 1905

5i ' MhT .PJJJJJJJAk. -HHHm. . sr . Vol.5. V p pii 1 COUNTY KICKER. 1 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 25, 1905. No. 2. r ,-! I. - LKillT 18 MlKAKINU. Nothing hns stirred the country mo much as the exposure of Tom Lnw Ion, of Boston, ntirl the resultant legislative Investigations into the life insurance companies the moth er of nil evils, not to line Coin Har vey's expression "the mother of nil trusts." The investigations of tiie life insur, nnce companies hnve startled the whole world except I.uwson my self and n fen others who had studied the thieves and understood them. Such gigantic thievery must, of ne cessity, hnve connected with it men of the highest rank in life lawyers, Judges, legislators, governors, United States Senators mid congressmen and even names of presidents of the United Htntes are linked nlougwith the manipulators of 'trended ft mince" as familiarly as the saloon is linked along witii the nvernge hold-up in n city. Most astounding of nil develop tnents of last week wns 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. — 25 November 1905

Scott County Kicker rat. a. BAniaa, i The rallroada of the United State ate this year placed orders for 1,100 passenger cars, 217,000 freight cart, ad 4,180 locomotives. . A JItled youth In Montreal la suing tie gtrl'a father to recover courting expenses. An examination of his gas bilk should suggest the proper retalia tion to the old man. The western woman la steadily en larging her sphere. A hundred wom en are operating typesetting machines In Chicago. One western woman la an advance agent for a circus. German statisticians profess to have found that during the life of the av erage woman she has spent altogether ten months at her mirror, and the av erase man seven months at his. The American public wilt, of course, be delighted to know that the learned faculty of the University of Ch!cas haa organized an anUsiang society among the members of the student body. Harry H. Bnughman, superintendent of the Has and water company at Ro anoke, Va., who had been 111 for sev eral days with a ...

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. — 25 November 1905

R9 Bp' 1 m r mi w- Km I IK'.tfx, fMT.Tt MB SsVDrd Robert! itonin'i 16 but seldom. emt um r.i ' -vi o swai Ut)V irjr morning, .sutnmtr and winter natter bow late hs may nave re iord Sheffield It the proud possessor imuiugrapa or me Bllllngton crick club of Oxford, and among the team j Princess LouIm of Coburg Is said to to ioia mo manuscript of her "Mem. olrs" to a Brussels editor for I20),OJ9, and Leopold haa ordered the police to una me eaitor and aelze the book. Baron de Forest Is said to be" con templating the establishment of an em tire In the Sahara desert, and carping critics declare that the British govern bient will obtain a political advantage by the process. ! Lord Brassey offered to erect, at hit own expense, a large number of wood en cottages on the English model for the sufferers by the recent Italian earthquake. The offer was accepted by the government The duke oi Argyll, King Edward's brotner-ln-law, has enlarged his liter ary scope by writing a. book of non .ense ver...

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. — 25 November 1905

mam?; rgr SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. 6 .4 html at th )' fli lu lttnton. Mo do Pabnar; 14. IMS. ii .mind-rlSM mn II mutter Pwl. A. Hakskr. : Publisher. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FROM ORAN. AROUND BENTON. The only elas of teachers thnt we have onttnu to complain of here unil to which reference was made in rlie Kicker oflust week, are thoe that contract to teat'h for n stated price nnd a few days before the commence- tieiit of the term notify you that Lurk Huev. Joe Burton. JoeMiK-k ley, .1. H. Hampton. J. T. Schneider ami .i. a. toning, all or tliesouthenst end of Sntidywoods township, were liere Wednesday to "fuss" n little about some levee taxes assessed against tlietu. It seems that the preliminary steps for onraniziiig a levee district hud been taken over In Tywnpplty township and at thel election lat Julv t lie proposition' was (iHi.'iiii'ii. in't' iarniMr av IT xts rioh hue: For you to be Laying in Your that sotiiithiti" like hnve piled up and that I.. .... . V Ml CUSlf" wow'd si ...

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 December 1905

Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 2, 1905. No. 3. ifl -1 NOTICE TO FUBUC 1 1 The entire $15,000.00 stock of merchandise owned by Hinkle & Chitty has fallen into the hands of Stevens & Co. of Chicago, and will be sold in the city of Oran, Mo., at a great sacrifice. Doors will open on Saturday , December 2, and sale commences at 8 a. m. Music if you like it, but the most attractive feature of this great adjustment sale is the pricea deep cut having been made on the entire stock to sell it all quickly. This means a great saving to vou on staple goods, such as a Complete line of Dry Goods, Notions. Ladies' Cloaks, Mens Clothing and Furnishings, Harness, Hardware, China, Glassware, Stationery, etc.- Old clerks have been retained and a large force of new ones will be on hand to care for the crowds and their wants. Come and see what Stevens & Co. have done to this store. Come from miles awav and see a bit of Chica go life while you load up with bargains. This sale will continue eve...

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 December 1905

rv . : .. 14 If! -if -7 X Scott County Richer 9WXU At UAWKMM, KNTOM I I Alaska's gold produce for 1905 would par twice- over the 17,100,000 which we gave for that providence to Russia. And this Is only ono Item In our an nual Income from that region. Br. Elger, of Warsaw, a Jewish doc tor In the Russian army, who Is at present a prisoner of war In Japan, has been elected an honorary member of a scientific section of the University of Tokyo. DESPERATE BREAK BY CONVICTS At Attempted Escape Froi Missouri Penitentiary. the ta 1880 North Carolina had only 43 mills, consuming 28,000 bales of cot ton. To-day she owns 250 mills, con Burning 550,000 bales. North Carolina shows an increase of 137 per cent, in the value of her manufactured prod uct, as compared with Massachusetts' 11 per cent. A unique part of the law passed by the last session of the Wisconsin leg islature compelling agriculture to bo taught in all country schools Is that women teachers in rural districts will have ta tell th...

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 December 1905

r""'-M"""'l"-''"'T-' wmwzMK m -leap rosai JOY OF MATERNITY WM'I KIT MRS Kttlia PotU Telle Bow Voms ShotiM -repsrs xor MotMrbeoa c uaya ox nusoena ana f P.e.? thcy comB to look for ny ft wife has found herself Inea Kb of motherhood owing to a dls- IT ZUTi nvuiu ir jock vl pngtn In the generative organs. Mrs. Anna Potts Irequent backache and distressing tains, accompanied by offensive dls charges and generally by irregular and scanty menstruation indicate a dls placement or nerve degeneration of the womb and surrounding organs. The question that troubles women Is how can a woman who has some fe smlo trouble bear healthy children? Mrs. Anna Potts, of 510 i'ark Avenue, ot Springs, Arlc, writes : My Bear Mrs. Hnkbam: "During the early part of my married Ufa I was delicate In health : both my husband and I were very anxious for a child to bless car home, but I had two miscarriage, atid could not carry a child to maturity. A neighbor who had been cured by LydiaE. Pinkhsm's egetable Compoun...

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 December 1905

f ,1 to r. sggggsea ; , . ... , . i , a ! . T - f a fB5gg : SCOTT COUNTY KICKEH. r.otaafy !. iwa. m twoadiaa aau n Put.. A. Hapxkk. : Publisher, oa aU matter Subscription, 1.00 Per Year. FROM BLODGETT. FROM ORAN. Experience In bill farming ha con vinced tunny farmer that mixed far raing pays tetter than theoldwav ofdevotingr the whole time to one pedal crop. One former in the hills planted seven acre in Irish potatoes After this crop had been once worked out he planted corn between the rows nnd after that the cultivation of one was tlio cultivation rtf hoth H insures me that be raised 10(1 hush- Since the closing of our saloon hist week one can meet men with ...m.t.- iirtiicu rlmt huirirest an intMnse.Mvret ".""'l-0 ,,mt 'l",d 1 hn loiitfinirtorsoniethinir uiiobtainnlil, 1 .iniaisiielsof coin i 1 hese same men are wnerallv in n I "I potatoes are now be moan nuinor, and business can be transacted with them with some sat- YT.T..V.T.VVVW.V..V.V.W.W.W.V,y.W.W.W.W.lt...Y-J T1 This is the...

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 December 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 9, 1905. No. 4. a J CONVICTED AGAIN. For the second time the Honorable Joseph Itnlph Burton, lawyer nnd statesman nud United States Sena tor from Knnsns, has been convicted jof boodllng. ' Hut the Honorable Ralph Im not in prison. Oli, no I To the contrary the Honorable Balph continue towenrgood clothes mid eat good grub while such honor able men us Richard C. Kerens go his bondduringthcnppeulto"tnamnm." And you know "mamma." She's good to the big rascals. Now let im examine this Hurton Kerenn nffuir a bit. Ai a representa tive of the people of Kansas Mr. Burtoodrew 93,000 a year nnd ex pense from tlie public treasury. Mind you, this mentis about $10,000 a year. Such men ride on railroad passes and charge the trip up to you. They have "Franking" privileges over telegraph, telephone and ex press nnd charge it up to you. They luie postal and other prlv-1 lieges that are charged up to you And I want to inject here that a United Stnto s...

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 December 1905

.31 . 1. 1 h IA 1 ft It if Scott County Kicker nai. a. maikbs. B,tenftte' Th largest carpet In the world It bring made tn London. It la 100 by 030 feet, and la to serve as "ground" for winter sports In the Olympla. Sclenlst estimate that there la en orgy enough In BO acres of sunshlno to run the machinery of the world, could It be concentrated. The queen of Greece la credited with being the only woman admiral in the world, tinting received this honor from the late czar of Russia. A Zulu named Kwczl, living In Al fred county, Natnl. has died at the advanced nge of 117 years. Meat and milk were the principal articles of his .Hot. The international Italian "Kins Humbert prize" of 2,500 francs for the moat Important contribution to ortho pedic surgery, has been awarded to Dr. Oscar Culplus, of Heidelberg. India has. for the first time, given recognition to women as aids to good government by appointing Mrs. Hama bal Ranade, widow of the late Justice Ranade. a visitor to the Yenowda cen ...

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 December 1905

TUMORSCONQUERED tWimn AVMNB l5jgJJwoji of Lydte I. flak Mrti rnal ant fria.f ffJii of tum?r y nt So-called "wandering paint" bit eome from Ha early atagea, or the Pretence of danger may be made manl i 7 profuse menstruation, aocom panted by unusual pain, from the ovaries down the groin and thighs. If you have mysterious pains, If there are Indications of inflammation or dis placement, don't watt for time to con firm your fears and go through the korrora of hospital operation i secure Lydla B. Plnkham's Vegetable Com pound rlghtaway and begin its use. Mrs. Plnkham. of Lynn, Mass., will give you her advice free of all charge , if you will wrlto her about yourself. Your letter will be seen by women only. Dear Mrs. Plnkham: " I take the liberty to cmgmttuate yon en thei success I have had with your wonderful medicine. . Eighteen months ago my month-Hc-Jitopped. Shortly after I felt to badly that I submitted tea thorough examination by a phy sician and was told that I had a tumor on 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. — 9 December 1905

Y I'.i iv vs. K atand t th DMtofllMla Brttoa.Mti., ou ftbriarj 14. ISM. m Mcoad-cUM nail matter Ptu. A. Hakheb, : Publisher. Subscription, f 1.00 Per Year. FROM OBAN. On Friday we had the pleasure o! meeting our old friend Mr. Reese Q. Applcgute of Sikeston. Few men have more or warmer friends than Reese U. Always of a kind and obliging disposition, broad-minded, having a care for aud respect for the opinions and feelings of others he has made a host of friends. He has for many fyears been prominent in church and school work will talk to you for hours on that line, freely giving you his opinions on the suc cess or failure of this or that teach or, but if you only auk his uge the reply conies, "that is a leading ques tion." He plays "mum" as to his age. Thanksgiving was generally ob served. The business men closed their doors from 10 a. m. to 4 p. in. Union services were held at the M. E. .i. .... Allium, nomn, m i l . in. ivv. , ,..,,.,,. Hubbard, pastor of the Baptist " ". "J?. chu...

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