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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 16 December 1905

IMP'-?.. mi SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. V1 r': 'J Vol. 9. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 16, 1905. No. 5. I i Santa Claus Has Arrived! And supplied us with everything imaginable in Presents For Old and Young IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHllllllOlfllnlnifllill ' M Ml j f M MIMIf I! Our Line of Xmas Toys and Presents is undoubtedly the most complete in the county excepting none. We have gone to considerable trouble in arranging, and when you see our display you will say that nothing has been omitted. You ought to come early while our stock is complete. Here are Some of the Attractive Presents We are offering : For the Children We Have : For the Ladies We Have : For the Gentlemen We Have: Rocking Horses. Toy Guns, Carts, Sleds. Trains and Tracks. Dolls and Cradles. Stoves and Dishes. Washstands, Chiffoniers. Pistols, Money Banks. Animals of all kinds. Jumping Ropes. Rattles for the Babies Rubber Balls. Trumpets and Whistles. Pocket Knives. Pianos, Drums. Checker Boards, Dominoes Watches and Tops. Marbles, Laundry 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. — 16 December 1905

Scott County KicKer ( 'if ft Hi MS 7 rnu a. hatxkb, ri Chicago shipped the largest ulngU cargo of grain, consisting of 235,000 bushels of com and 59,000 bushe'a ot barley, The American Tin Can company, better known as the "Tin Can Trust," ! planning to erect at Now Orlcana one of the largest plants of Its kind IB the United States. Col, John Jacob Astor owns 20 au tomobiles certainly worth not lost than $100,000, that cost him $15,ooo io maintain yearly, which Includes the hiring of his operators, fuel and r pain. In the city of London court the oth er day Judge Rentoul, K. C made aa order to pay a debt of X10 Ss I0d to a money lender at the rate of on penny a month. The payment will Lj completed In 209 yenrs. Along the central port of the Konpo rlTer there are a number of salt marshes. The Africans dip shallow holes In these, whence Issue streams of hot water, which, on being evapo rated, leaves a residue of salt. Consul-Ocneral Ouenther, of Frank fort, Germany, reports a cure for ...

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 December 1905

if If it 3? FILLED A LONQ.FELT WANT ZngMititr of a Fsripatttle Itlwauui , la Disposing of Kit Iptelaltjr. Mr, holHini a bundle in his 1st) and r id. In i newspaper, relates the Newark Jscivi. "taolc," whispered a woman across tbf Me (to another. "The atring'i comioa Slowly and surely the twine wai work inn itself around the corner of the pack ge. The young man continued to read '1 ho cord continued to slip. Oilier pnMcngern eyed the bundle curiously. The wrappings began to un fold. The wnlchiiij passengers grew nervous. To ait thcr. and ace that bun dle fall apart wan embarrassing. Thcrt wiw no telling what it might contain. I ho whole car w.is interested. The paper was almost on". Still the young man read, olilivlnus In nil nliniil Mm. At tatt a little fat man reached across tne aisle anil touched hi arm. "our parcel's coming undone," ho ald, inininB. v At the young man'i start of astonish nent, the other passenger grinned also, "Thank you very much." said the youog man. "Ladle and...

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 December 1905

tf'isf 1 ' . Terra sxa&rjUMtf ristmastipe l HeuoI pe0ple of Scott County: in r i m Of Pmu'ff ,,,(), ipmvorifim'ffomscr&'it And left one of the Finest Lines of Christmas Goods ever displayed in the County, and his Strict Orders were that this elegant line of Holiday goods MUST be displayed at EARLES' STORE I have done my best to obey his orders and the display is great. I will tell you some of the things he left: First he rolled in two barrels of Regu lar 10-cent mixed candy saying, "Sell this at 5c per pound so that ALL mv children can have candy." And he left lots of things good to eat, and Toys and Books for All! A fine line of Queensware Novelties and Silverware, Solid and Plated Gold Rings, Fine Watches, in fact, almost anything in the jewelry line. Silk Mufflers, Silk Handkerchiefs and Silk Shawls. SUITS OF CLOTHES AND OVERCOATS FOR ALL AGES! Yes, Old Santa came in on the Frisco train and his first stop was at my store, where he left everything that is suitable for pres...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 December 1905

MP SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. v ,1 mi Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 25, 1905. No. 6, Has agreed to be the guest of B. F. Earles a!! day Saturday, December 23, where he has a great display of the Latest Novelties in Christmas Old Santa Has Promised to Make 3 SATURDAY NIGHT IN FRONT OF EARLES' STORE You must Come and see Santa go up. A fine line of Queensware Novelties and Silverware. Solid and Plated Gold Rings, Fine Watches, in fact, almost anything in the jewelry line. m J Silk Mufflers, Silk Handkerchiefs and Silk SUITS OF CLOTHES AND OVERCOATS FOR ALL AGES! Yes, Old Santa came in on the Frisco train and his first stop was at my store, where he left everything that is suitable for presents for all classes. Don't fail to come early. It will be easier to make selections ' A Complete Line of Stotts' Rubber Boots and Shoes. EARLES MORLEY 11 JURY COULD NOT AGREE No Verdict in the Miss Fin ley Assault Case. Saturday whs- nil active day in lU'iiton Cross Plains having moved to town. The trial ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 December 1905

Scott County KlcKer rmxu a. UAWnum, rutmtm MNTOM. t t Canadian banks h.ivc such difficulty In finding clerk that they are nego tiating for a number of English and Scottish youths. In England, where fads and fashions change slowly, and tho roads are good, bicycle manufacturers are still doing good businers. The shah of Persia has placed an other order for six high-grade auto mobiles in Paris. The value of this order is Mid to be $28,800. Taxes In the fiscal years 1906 and 1907 will pay 1900,000 to confederate veterans for pensions, besides expend ing $1 54.53S for the support of the Confederate home. The Mohammedans of Bengal are or ganizing demonstrations In favor of the partition of the presidency, In or der to annoy the Hindoos, who are unanimously against It. Judge Harris, of Oakland, Cal., granted a divot ee to Mrs. Ethel Mat thew the other day because her hus-, band had thrown her pet dog out of a window, breaking Its leg. Government engineers are mapping Puget Sound for mines ...

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 December 1905

til CHRISTMAS TRIALS OF A FAMILY MAN THOUGHT you always went home to dinner," Mid the rewcomer, as he slipped out of his coat and handed It to the waiter. The bald-headed gen tleman who was al ready aeated laid down the bill of faro and answered, sadly: "t havo no fcoat." "I don't want any expressions of sympathy," he added, as the other drew up his chair. "There Isn't any divorce suit pending and I have met with no reverses of fortune. What I suffer Is, I suppose, the common lot of mankind at this festlvo season of the year. They aro making Christmas presents at the house where I used to live." "I don't see why that should cause you srlef." "It Isn't to be expected that you would," observed the bald-headed man. "THERE IB A WILD SCREAM." . "You may find out somo day, but as a friend and wcll-wi&htr I hope that you will ever remain in blissful ignor ance. If I go Into a closet to get out my house jacket, there is a wild scream from one of the girls. I turn around, expecting to se...

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 December 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. aiand at th ptofllcla fbatoa, Mo oa Ptbrasry 14, INS, Mcoad-tOM null matter Phil. A. Hafnkr, : Publisher. Subscription, 91.00 Per Year. TO SUHSCBlBEltS. Next wct-k tlio KU'ker taken lit usual holiday lay-off ami there will Who paper. To make up (or this I have given you a larger paper last week and this. Many of your subscript ion expire with the year. Please renew prompt ly for you will want to see this puper during ths warm campaign of the coming year. It is the only paper in the county that tells it Just as it happens no white wash. Thanking you for past patronage and wishing for you a plensant Christmas and prosperous New Year, 1 am, Yours truly, PHIti. A. H AVNKU. TO cImuTkhPONDKNTS. There will be no Kicker next week hence it will be useless to send in items. The editor and the office force will "take Christmas." Much of the sueres of the paper is due to its energetic correspondents, and I assure you that your help is appreciated. Keep tab on all the import...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 December 1905

CJOviML-fcy Rick i 14 if m ... Supplement. Benton, Mo., December 23, 1905. CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. The Kicker always likes to keep its readers thinking, and while you rejoice orer the Savior that came 1905 yean ago I want you to panes and aek yonraell these questions: 1. What social conditions existed 1003 years ago that do not exist now? 9. If born in a manger in poverty Would the "eminently respectable" have any more nee for the Babe of Bethlehem now than then? 3. If unassuming, and reared in poverty, would not the Messiah to day have to go among the "rabble" to select hie apostles? Wouldn't the "money-changers" give Him the horse-laugh? 4. Isn't it about time for the ar rival of another Savior? SHERIFF WATKINS GIVES BOND Scott county's sheriff le again "on duty.1' Sometime during Wednes day night he agreed to appear at the April term 01 court ana was released HELD FOR MURDER. While here "playing sheriff" Wed nesday Coroner Cannon was called to Vanduser to hold an Inquest over the bod...

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. — 23 December 1905

MRS. SARAH SHERWOOD DODGE. Mrs. Dodge, widow ol Egbert Dodge, foriwriT of St. Louis and Scott county, died at CapeGlrnrdeau Sunday morning, December 17, at 8 a. m. Shu suffered . greatly during her last Illness, but bore It all with a fortitude commensurate with her be lief in an undying Saviour. She was the daughter of Rev. Odin Sherwood and EmninC. Heriot, born In Georgia In 1820. Her early training wasnev er forgotten. Her father at the time of his death, in 1820, was the oldest evangelical minister in the United States and a nower in the Bamist church in which Mrs. Dodge always affiliated and loved. She was a pro lific writer and ninny a friend receiv ed assistance from her pen whenever was it asked. She contributed many articles written on the spnr of the moment to the delectation of her hearers. She leaves fire sons, all of whom are married and have fami lies, vit: Odin S. Dodge, .'Ird V.-P. Frisco System, Chicago; Raymond E. Dodge, mechanic, Fine Bluff, Ark.; Ernest tJ. Dodge...

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. — 6 January 1906

WW s v - . ?. - '7 . "was, ' W W-v - - ' ftlCKER. JVV X JL COUNTY r.- 1 1 ' Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 6, 190.6 No. 8. ft 4- I JIT i y .-,-a,- -sjf rn',I7-'T I Ttinrntsmwismmttr; - fif. ?Vsl' -mitmmmBtmmurmK. rB. SmwrmiiMwrmw mmm NiVEALTH AM) POVF.HTY. Great wealth mid extreme poverty march hand in hand. They are h sparable. One in the result of the other. There is plenty in the world to limply provide tor all. but where cue linn too much another must, of necessity, have too little. 1 have, just finished rending nn account of a reporter of the Colo County Democrat who describe a "slumming tour" at the state capi tal in company with a member of tht! Christian Workers. The object of the stroll was to locate the newly poor and provide for them a Christ nios dinner. In their round they found a fam ily of nine living in a one-room hovel 10.xl.'i feet in size. The reporter says 'it was not necessary to knock on the dour, because there wan none." A young woman, the mother of a' three mon...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 January 1906

Scott County Kicker rant, a. Anna, The latest addition to the London museum o( natural history la a cellM tlon of 200,000 beetles bequeathed ft) Alexander Fry. A large electric station Is to bt erected at Dover, Eng., and an expert mcnt will be made In running alectrU trains between Dover and London. The Grand Duchess Marie of missis 1a only 15, and Is extremely pretty, She Is generally designated as thi "Cinderella" of Russian princesses. The postmaster general Intlmatet hat the free mailing of speeches madi In congress does not keep the postofflet department frotr being a self-sustain Ing institution. A Russian woman named Zannlds Bmollanoff, who has moved In the high est circles In German cities, has been pentenccd at Lelpsle to nine months' Imprisonment for espionage. Baron Rothschild was named sol beneficiary tinder the will of a Nice miser, Abraham Fidlcr. who left hin $3.O,n00 on the principle that "monej must seek money." The baron hunted up the relatives of the departed not...

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. — 6 January 1906

GAINING ON THE' FAIR SEX JtoMrtJa to This -Upert Xm W1U eea -Otxtavmtor tks Womsm. Tnm Gnsack-Kuehns u cm. tf ths greatest Oennin authorities en the nod era feminist morernent, and after msturt study and the collection of aUttotics tha fan com to the eoncluiioti that tlia aoperfljilty of women in so many European countriM la a fact which, ill the first placa k in no senso'an evil, and in tha aecond pljce ia' rapidly diMppearing. l.Ia.ly'oU,.fll.tr?n,J, A Mlsres, the tide will begin to torn the other way and the men will lxj In the majority even in Mich countries at Kngland and Oer many, where at the prctent time women immMtely predominate. Some of her statistic art most interesting. In I-ui-jmbpiirg, for example,' in 1800 there were 1,002 women for every 1,000 men. There re now oniy vw. in Australia tne pro portion hna been reduced in the same time from 1,041 to 1,038, in Hungary from 1,013 Jo 1,009. in Switzerland from 1,037 to 1,(135, jr, Sweden from 1,063 to 1,049, in Germany Hro...

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. — 6 January 1906

!COTT COUNTY KICKER. Hntcn.it at the. iit nfflcwln lii'Mon, Mi., (in Kflimurf II, IN)!. no evnnil-clnfe tnnll nmttir I'niij. A. Hak.nkr. : Publisher. THE SOUTHEAST. KUITKD IIY 8 HK.NHY SMITH. fbibs.'riptloti, - fl.00 IVr Y.nr. A WONDERFUL SHOWING. Tlnifc tin people appreciate tin1 KiVker is evident by tin way sub scription niv pourini: in. Uuriin; t In holiday vacation lust yeiirl tliotmbt hud capped tlu climax by roivivitm Tit new subscribers nnd renewal-, hut (ho slio.Tiiij: this year is neatly double. Since the lint issue of thi paper dated Dee. 'JI1 there ha. been received at this otiiic 1:54, vir Kelso-lVnnl- Delbol.l. .1 .1 He.- .loe Kiidurlee, Wm UliiHtetter, .li.lm Soblo-ser, Adolph Kinder, lleiirv Feels, Sr. Henry IVeiz, Jr. Thoia. Ii lt.'lk, Jacob Ko.O.ur, V A HuwMu-. Joe Diebolil. Julen Drurv, (.'Iius, lioti .rt-11. lii'titon Vincent Duvall, Smiioh-I Win-ley, l)i k William-. Wm Ui-tin. Win Uolloi.nv, W A Miller. 1 i.i Vnri i.l. J M t-rliMivr, Mix F M L,a-:i-h. Iba-. I'rUl...

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. — 13 January 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Vol. 5. BENTON MO.. JANUARY 13, ') 6 No. 9. 1 THEY SEE IT NOW. "You'll never miss tlm water till the well runs dry" in old Lot true. JBu' nver In the Ozark counties the people have occasion to change this to "We never missed the timber till the hills were bare." Twenty years ngo theso counties ooiitained perhaps the finest forests in the world. The land and timber belonged to the government the people. It was subject to homestead ''entry. Any citizen could eettle on 100 acres of this land, make his intentions known to the govern ment mid utter nn occupancy of five yeirn the laud was his. When the land and timber pirates discovered this wealth of titular they of course wanted It. To get it re quired a special actof congress. And i speriul act of congress Ih a small matter if you havo the cash. Congress passed a special act pro vldiug that hi Mitsiiuri government land could lt sold direct to pur chasers at $1.25 per acre, hut that no ono person should he permitted ...

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. — 13 January 1906

Scott County KicKer nib a, tifxiii wuukm tmtmm t The prince of Walea has made a good Impression on the Indian rajahs by hit gun shooting. He kilted his first tiger the other day, near Jaipur. The khedlvo of Egypt owns the most costly saddle in the world. It Is made of black leather, though more gold that leather is visible, and it cost $70,. 000. Ember Mason, who lives near Inde pendence City, Mo has built h!a own roffln from a tree ho planted when he first went to Jackson county, 72 years ago. The taxpayers of Lincoln county, Ne vada, are suing the county commis sioners to compel them to Increase tho tax levy. The citizens wish to pay off the county Indebtedness, which Amounts to $650,000. The average number of residents to the acre in Paris Is no less than 12$. Thre are nearly 700.000 apartments or lodgings In the French metropolis which rent for less than $100 a year. About 17,000 bring $S00 or more. Russia, notwithstanding reports to the contrary, has approved tho plan of a Sibe...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 January 1906

Breast for Xtdals. "How, dwndfully tout tbi tnm1 k Uin." "Yei: im't it fortunate? OthcrJ wiM fit wouldn't be. able to wear all hia ucdalt." The Tattler. I 'The iticrcnful people nowadaya are the reformer, remarked the patriotic citizen. "Yea," answered Senator Sorghum, "I be lieve that reform it actually getting around to a I'Mla where It can be made to pay." Waihington Star. 1 A cirl may weigh 200 pound, and it'll think of heraclf as n ray of luniihne In omc fellow's life. N. Y. Time. Turn, Fortune, turn thy wheel. Git a m bottom tpokea a aliow! N. O. l'ict )une. I A New Being. Shepf rd. 111., Jnn 8th (Special). -Mw. tarah h. Howe, who !a teiMing here, say fhc feels like "A New ISeing," although the is in her fifty-rcventh year. Whyr he tjiuse alio lina taken Doild'a Kidney l'ills, iH.ii wen Known medicine mat lias put now life into old bodies, and has come ft n Unl-Kcnd into homes of sorrow and tuserinc Who fays: "No .one knows what nwful torture I Miirnvil with Uheumatium and Kid...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 January 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Balm ill t thu punt offlre In Itrnton, Wo., on Pbrur14, M, ni iwnnd-flnM mnll ttmttrr Phil. A. IIajwkii. : Publisher. Subscription, - f 1. 00 Per Year. FROM OKAN. KcnUlt'iitH of Uleiin nay that the I'tiiiiH of'last week caused a it-eater iiuiomit of water tallow down Cnney Creel: Ih.tii ever btforo Thuvwiteri came with such foioo as to cause the levees on both sides the creel: to give way. The greatest amount of water passed off Month over the llenriiu: I'U'in east ot Hledtv and on down nest of tho Scliott farm into the drainage iliteh west, of town, but thin was not. of sutlleient capacity to ear vv off this excess of water, hence all tlie lowlands wero tlooded. The resi dents of that district now have a problem before them that will be hard to solve mid in the end an cv pensive one. Caney Creel: will have to be ditched or the water will tlow into the drainage ditch, which will necessarily cause this ditch to been- 1 nied to twice its present site. Some ceps sh...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 20 January 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 20, 190.6 No. 10. ABOUT ST. L0UI8 POLICE. Many of you have, uo doubt, won dered how it wns possible In St. Louis, or any other large city ho well supplied with police, (or men and women to lie slugged, held up and robbed and even murdered, with out the police being able to arrest the perpetrator ot the crimen. I luire noticed that in Ht. Louis, where the police were hastily sum moned and could not avoid arrest ing Homebody; that either the wrong man or the victim ot the assault was locked up. I have nlso noticed in case where the evidence was so plain that the arrest of the guilty was un avoidable, that criminals with po lice records a mile long were always able to furnish bail and employ law yers atal, after some juggling in the courts, go free to slny another vic tim. Recently (low Folk rc-orgaiilzed tho police board for the purpose of probing into the conditions in St. Louis. The old board was of (iov. Dockery's creation upon tho ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 20 January 1906

Scott County Kicltcr rnu a unn, rmin V- f 4 51 b: France and the city of Paris hava pent nearly $700,000 this year In en tertaining royal guests and paying for the Jonrnoya of the president. Japau'a government will realize $s 100,000 from tlio sale of such merchant Vessel seized during; the war as it floes not desire to Keep for Its owa auxiliary service. The government maintains 392 eRg distributing statlona In Ireland to bet ter tho poultry of that Island. Over 3,000 meetings were he'd last year to promote Irish poultry Interests. The Paris library has now 2,500,000 books, tho library of the nrlllsh mu seum has 2.000,000, tho Imperial li brary in St. Petersburg 1,300,000 and h library of congress l,3OO,00. At the present rate of Increase the con gressional library will form overtake that of St. Petersburg, trail will ulti mately overtake- the Urltih museum and the National library In ParlK. In this a.ie, when abjut everybody Is pushing for hli full dues. It seems almost Incredible...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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