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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 20 January 1906

1n mere know of our lite, the tastsrand sooner relief win come. f' sohes of Iht ilssh, Jolnu and mutoltt an Rheumatic Tha mission of tha Old-Monk-Cura St Jacobs Oil It to cure, and the world knowa It doea It safely and surely. Frtcw, 15. ataal 30m. PASSINO PERSONALS. I Thomaa Qarfleld, the only brother of the martyred president, lives on a little farm about Ave miles from Hud aonvllle, Mich. He la 83 years of age, and a typical farmer. Miss Ellen Pollock, has the distinc tion of being the only woman polit ical registration agent In tho United Kingdom. She Is secretary of the Strand Liberal and Radical associa tion end is agent for the party In the borough of Strand. Former Vice President Levi P. Mor ton has given to Rhlnecllff, N. Y., near which his home, Ellerslle, is situated, an industrial home and reading-room to cost $50,000. The new building will have a gymnasium batb.3. reading-rooms, library and assembly hall. Judge Dond, of Drownsvllle, candi date for Democratic nomination ...

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. — 20 January 1906

1 t ri 1 t ELECT IUC (HOT) AIR LINE. Several Southeast Missouri pro 1110 tern mot nt New Madrid last week to organize n selieine to promote an electric railway line from New Mad rid to Cape Girardeau via Sikeston, Oran and Chaffee. It seems tliat the fomidation (wind woik) wnswelllnid in fact overdone, since report!! way many left the room while (.Ircehnm wan driving the spikes home. However, it- was iriven oir that the line N to be thirty-live mile long and that bonds would bo issued tit. the rate of $10,000 per mile. It doe-n't cott much to print, bonds. Thin done, there will he uuthiti lacking but the f atiO.OOO. THK SO b'T UK AST. FROM ORAN. KIHTHtt ilY S HKXKY SMITH. The Famous Clothing Store at Poplar Bluff wa broken open on Friday night of Int week by two boys and some clothing and other minor articles stolen. The boys wore raptured the nest day and put in jail. A couple of hours after thev had cut i hole through the brick wall of the corrider nud made their escape. The boys ...

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. — 27 January 1906

A' I SCOTT COUNTY Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 27, 190.6 NO. II. WHERE WE ARE AT. Nothing has no thorougl.v startled the whole country as the attitude ot Henry H. Rogers, vice-president and manager of the Standard Oil Inter est, toward the Missouri authorities. Attorney-General Hudley Inn insti tuted ouster proceedings against the oil trust, charging that the Missouri anti-trust luw is being daily vloluted by It. He went to New York to gath er testimony and the supreme court of that state appointed n commis sioner before whom the testimony should be taken. When Mr. Rogers was called to t'' witness stand he seemed to regard It as a joke and laughed at Missouri's Attorney-General. He positively re fused to answer any material ques- tion. "It is quite Immaterial to me what the supreme court ot Missouri desire mo to say," said Mr. Rogers in reply to a question. Following is a sample of the information gained by Mr. Hadley: "Air. Rogers, how long have you THE ONLY WAY. There Is but one 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. — 27 January 1906

ill I vs. KM" bp 1 w Scott County Kicker mi. a, maxkek. 1e annual rattte of the mineral product of Germany la about $23G 000,000. Coal and Iron are the most Important. At Rawul Plndl, India, the prince ot Wales reviewed 55,000 nrttlsu and na tive troops, all mobilized and ready to take the field. EIGHTEEN PERSONS DEAD KUEABLY TWO 8COMD OT CfSKXBM wx&s XSMXD. All parts of Africa, except Abys inla. Morocco and Liberia, arc con trolled directly cr Indirectly by soma European power. There are nearly 5,000 steam and street railway crossings at srades In tha United States, of which nearly one-half are P"tected. The highest buildings In Italy ara 1b National museum at Turin, which ! S42 feet; St Peter's cathedral. 455 f. and the Church of Oaudetulo at Xtsvara, 392 feet In height. In eleven months of 1905 the United States Imported sugar of the value of nearly $l00.000,no and weighing 3, rt?ti,059,529 pounds, apart from what we received from Hawaii, Porto Klco and the Philippine.. Hon. ...

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. — 27 January 1906

n.y".;i),j-.t PAIN IN THE JOINTS hMjrtloTftur Csas. Whan Dr. Wliilama' Pink Pills Make Naw m4. The flrrt alga of rhenmnttnn la frs ajBeuHy a palu and swelling lu one of the Joint. If not combated iu the blood, which is tho teat of the dlseaite, Ike ipolsou spreads, affecting other joint j amltlwttw. Sometime thenmntlun at tack tho heart and is quickly fatal. Tho one remedy that has cared theumntism m tlint it gtnys cured is Dr. llllamV Wuk Pill. Thcuo pills expel tho prtmm from the blond and rextore tho ftyatatai so that tho poisonous matter Im pamcd off as natnro intended. tin I. T. Pitcher, of No. 130 Mom. mouth street, Newark, N. J., Buffered for about three years from rheumatism beforo slio found this euro. Sho says: "It began with a queer feeling in my finger. In a littlo time it seemed aa tlimgli tho finger joints had lumps on them and I could not get my gloves on. "Then it btow worms and spread to Jny kuecs. fcoald not stand up and I could not sleep nights. My suffering tvas ...

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. — 27 January 1906

THE SOUTHBABT. ft 5? ft FROM ORAN. r a. -If Lend Holt News: Lust Saturday With no ilestirc to engage in the nftcrnoon Mime boys playing in the controversy over the time of holding woods near Clayton, found u bundle I the Democratic primary, 1 will say of cheeks amounting to $11 oo, and that the Oran -correspondent of the the money drawer taken from the (Kicker was asked by several promt t-nfe of Buck Seinur on the night of ' nent Democrats if he would give his October 7th, Inst, when hi store at ' opinion ns to the most suitable time that nlnce wn robbed and he wa.il to liold the urinmrv. Well, r-pntl. shot. When found the entire hunch . men. 1 urn out ol no'litics 1 have noi .... ..I ...... .1 .1.... ' . . , . . . . ... I was intact, nice and clean and dry, evidently bearing witness tint thev 1 ad bewi hidden "there recently. The rinding of thee cheeks within a hun dred yards- of the Semnr store eeem vou I don t o.'ire a continental when the primaries are held or whether ev er held...

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. — 3 February 1906

vim A ft i w 3 SGOTT COUNTY HJCKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 3, 1906. No. 12. OUIt HOYAL FAM1L1KS. Jloyalty nt Washington In certain- TUB USUAL ARGUMENT. A Socialist imtor ad vises the people Mlm .ito . but for everybody It would be too burdensome lor tnc uepuruneni; aim thev would have to supply each post office with n good safe In which to keep the money, and then depositors would have to pay far depositing and would secure no interest on time deposits. Frederlcktown Tribune. It Is evident that the Tribune edit or Is not familiar with "frenzied fi nance." He says it Is suggested that ly going the limit and Is making to .pg jtM. J the royalty of other nations npitenr . Av wltli Cnnks. This may bo all Insignificant. In reporting a "gor-, rK,t, or editors and others who do geous dliiner" at l'hlladclphia the ! not have much money to deposit, nress dispatches say "Miss off a golden plate." The people who puy for all this snobbery are willing to eat off most nnythlng just so they ...

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. — 3 February 1906

3ft Scott County Kicker L r 4 Bataataaflfc aalBalBalaW mbiumn, In k Swedish army order soldier are Initructed not to drink spirits on the march. Chocolate cakos arc said to produce thirst, while orangw and tea arc considered most refreshing. The canaries of Germany are said to excel all other canaries as ringers. One has been recorded to contlnuo a single trill for one and one-quarter minute, with 20 changes of note In It OLDEST REIGNING MONARCH IS DEAD SUDDEN DEATH OF XIKQ OHMS. TIAN OF DENMARK. ALL OF EUROPE WILL MOURN Pancakes broke up an Iowa home. At Sanborn Mrs. Carrie Fields got a divorce from Dr. L. S. Fields becauso the husband did not like her make of pancakes and ridiculed them. She tcstlefld that the expression on the doctor's face while eating the cakes was such that It might work perma nent Injury to her health. There are more than 7,000 legally recognized Intoxicants on sale In the l'nlted States. These Intoxicants come from every country under the sun and the Importa...

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. — 3 February 1906

TV5 .i(T v BREEDING CRATE. Directions Given by Government Pub lication or Construction of Good Ont. Bovcral requests have been made for description of a breeding crate for nwlno. The Illustration and de scription are taken from Farmers' BREEDING CRATK, Bulletin No. 205. The best size Is 6 ft. long, 2 ft. 4 In. wide, and 2 ft high. It Is made of 2x4 Inch scant ling, closed in front, open behind. On each side nail a 2x4 strip reaching from the bottom at the rear end to a .point about 14 or 1G Inches from tho 4op at front end, for the boar to rest his feet on. Tho holes In tho sldo cleats are for an Iron rod to run through Just behind tho sow's hock joints. The cut shows bottom boards put In lengthwise. If put In crosswlso tho board will not slip so much; light slats nailed crosswise will answer the purpose. FEEDING OF DAIRY COWS. Two Mistakes Which Are Commonly Made and Which Out Off the Profits. There are two common mistakes made In feeding cows; first, not feed Ing liberally enough;...

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. — 3 February 1906

IP'' QU1TB A RIG HAUL. Tho little city of Oran has been nil astir during the pnat week over the discovery of a baud of young thieves who have committed many depredu tious during tho past few months. They were especially active during the fire. Iu nnothereoluinu tlieOrun .'orreepondent gives quite a detailed So far five have been arrested and range in fige from 17 to 'JO, except Frank Buvfas, who id nbout 35. Bnvfas and John Allinau are here in jail and. Toliu Met, son of George Mets, Cliarley Forester and Steve Chltty ore under bond: John Metz is the youngest being nbout 17. He uid John Allman are the leaders. A -earch warrant revealed that much of the stolen property was stored on the premise- of George Metr some in the house and some in an aban doned well. It is reported here that when the officers were about to de port George father of John bvhis rirst wife brought out some stolen -.-, 1 - . pisiois nuu gave inem up, it was also reported that George had been arrested, out tins w ...

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. — 10 February 1906

"if I SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 10, 1906. No. 13. WHGKK WK ABE AT. II matters keep going on at the present gait the work people may yet discover where they are at. They may also find out wlmt ttie court and the army that they nro taxed to support are hero for. During the past year the printers of the United States have been con tributing ' to a fund to be used in striking for a shorter dny eight hours. It must be remembered that the "master" printers in the big shops come down in their automo biles about 0 o'clock a. in., slosh around a little, go out to lunch, and about '! o'clock p. m. go home and get ready for the theater, while the men who do. the work must stick from morning until night. And tho work in these big shops is hard on botli mind and body close confine ment and a continuous rush. On January 1 the strike was to be gin. The printers were fair about it and gave their employers six months notice. The employers took advan tage of the fairness of t...

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. — 10 February 1906

Scott County Kicker Mnrraw t t In 12 marriages out of every hun dred on of the parties has been mar rled before. The highest point to which a humam being can ascend without Involving ta Jury to health Is 16,500 feet. In Switzerland every main between (he ages of 20 and 63 Is obllgod to vote, unless he Is a pauper, criminal or a bankrupt. Larson Kolger, CO years old, hat lived In a house near Columbus. Ind., nil his life and never was out In tha open air until recently. He ha s ways been an Invalid. It Is estimated that Henry La fiouchere, who Is about to retire from parliament, has spent moro than $1, UOO.000 In defending libel suits brought njrainst him as editor of Truth. One of the highest square-foot prices ever realized In New York City for land has Just been paid by tha Century Realty Co. for a strip one quarter of an Inch wide and 100 feet ileep on the west side of Seventh ave rue, about 30 feet south of Fifty fourth street. The strip contains ft trifle more than two square f...

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. — 10 February 1906

HHvWfl Bible from Kin. King Edward has ottered an appro priately bound and Inscribed Bible to the Protestant Episcopal church at Wll latmaburg, Va., the second oldest church In the United States, In commemoration of the three hundredth anniversary ot the establishment of the Church of Virginia. WESTERN CANADA'S MARVELOUS RETURNS. The Increase In the crop returns ot the Canadian West, In the past seven years, has approached the marvelous, and there Is no reason to believe that a corresponding Increase will not re sult for many years to come. The'tn crease has been particularly notlceablt In what was formerly known as tha Northwest Territories, but which, on September 1, 1905, became the prov inces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. From the official returns w find the following results In the acreage sown to wheat, oats and barley In the years mentioned, and a more favorable show ing cannot be pointed to la any othet country during a like period. "Wheat oats. Barley. 1898 807,680 105,077 1...

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. — 10 February 1906

HOOTT COUNTY KICKER. Batnvd at the rMt office la Kenton, Mo., on Cebrour 14, Hot, Mwcond-elnM mnll matter Pmii. A. Haknkr. : Publisher. THE COUNTY COURT. County court met i ti regular toini Moiidtiy with nil officers prvot-nt. A petition numerously signpd by peo ple rrni nil tho towns south of the hills incliidtnc Oran and Commerce wn presented asking the county court to require a two-third nuijor ity hefore granting a tuloon licence, niid also to iuoru poll tax payers a ehcible petitioners. The court refused to change the established custom. Other proceed in g were had as follows: Monday Allowance: Susun Sur lett. 130: Church Kfwberrv. 102; W I i. Hunter. 25; Hosen nail, $10; Jmnder Scott. 110: Martin Tuck well, 125: 0. W. Miller, 17: Wm. (ilenze. 91."', John Dunnfleld, flu; Jesse Wilbur, $': W. H. Boncom, $15; Wrn. Long, f 10; Joe Ramsey, 9 10; J. D. O'Connor, $45 Pete Whft, 920; Noah Rose, 910; E. P. Eves, 95; T. E. Tonilhisou. 925: F. A. (trim's and w . B. Mrer. 920 each Joe Utn...

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. — 17 February 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 17, 1906. No. 14. Will.!.!, is hi: at? iOV. FOLK ON TAXATION. And now come-Gov, Folk ndvo- ' urn not a boeinllat," nhom l.n- I'riiiiinnlly UnliV. and that in court cntitiir out; of those "foclnlitiu eo KM Alie. and In the same eoliitnn ', proceeiliiiir. In thi county f would Idea.-.'' He furors the nholitloii of In another paragraph he ay.: he-placed nt n frivut di..advaiitn.re. nil taxes on ner.oiinl nrntieitv mill "(.'oiiurc.-w Is loliif the tWiiir tin So fur the only chnrire preferred I not trni; I would he Iiotli civilly and ' Yon will m-c tlmt other ui-ont Nnpo. tiiif of finance will cotiif tntnliliiiir nftcf. A irrent revolution hn Mt in tlmt will not down. Tin- people now know too much. In hw annual ni"- Hnrs that the revenue derived' from ,,,'t'sil',-'l,t "ants It to do. With some , ii.j.uint me was for hiiildine; n fence ..a;,'.' the L'overnor of New York -nid: I'll I nor ii i w 'it iiiiii ii iitiiii iiiiiri w iim; i ii ir ...

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. — 17 February 1906

Scott County KicKtr It A.BAIKM. Football Motb. Anent the progress of football r form, which Is now In an active stage, the New York Tribune says: "Pby leal Injuries In football are more nu merous nnd very much worso than the public supposes, and they are dut to the Inherent nature of the game, nnd not merely to overexcltement In championship contests. Many of them ore unavoidable If the game Is played at all. They are Incomparably more numerous than In any other majoi sport, and far too numerous for any sport. The game has not even the virtue of developing the best type ol men from the purely physical point of view. Its detrimental effect upon college work Is denoted by the fact that the 70 members of the actual playing squad suffered an aggregate of 1,037 days of physical Incapacity nnd 175 days of entire absence from college duties during the ten weeks of the season of 1903. Its effect upon after life Is suggested by the fact that about half of the players were still flittering fr...

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. — 17 February 1906

FOREIGN NOTABLXi. In the French city of Beautals a malt vehicle, built with two wheeli nd drawn by n man or boy, Is In com mon use. It Is railed a vinaigrette. It Is estimated that Henry La bottchere, who Is about to retire from parliament, has spent more thaa 11,000,000 In defending libel suit! brought against him as editor of TrutH. Thomas Price, the new premier o! Bouth Africa, was born In North Wales It; 1852 and was brought up to his fa ther's calling as a stonecutter. Curl ously enough, he worked on the par liament house In which he now sits as premier. John Hasketh, who was commit tloned by the Australian government to make a tour of Investigation through the United States and Eu rope, has reported that by far the fore most telegraphic administration In the world Is that of the general post of fice. Oreat Britain. Francis Vllllers, the new English minister nt Lisbon, benrs a name that is extremely well known at the for eign office. His father was three times foreign secretary...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 February 1906

".e I'M?.. , WW i i . i SCOTT COUNTY KH. M.K. f KUH ukas, mwsi iimuuiirT, ahuunu bsntok. riiwi wmhjskce, i wt Entered at tbo pMt ofllc In lUntan.M on Feom&rj 14, UXtt, Mwconil-clarw miiil tan tr 1'hil. A. Hakmek, : Publisher. THE COUNTY COURT Thursdnv Allowances: D J Ciovv vr, 10;.1 A Stephens, SUT.l'J: Mar Mn Bisher, 15. $'J50 capital school fund loaned virjjil Moran. Dramshop license urn: ted B A Jobnsou, Commerce: Huriunu lilucck, Sew Hamburg; refused It Royal, Blodgett- Fridnv Allowancec: 1- Harris, "l.oO; Frank Mier, oa.r.:t; Clubb k ilenu.S31.00; WB Grice. S'JS.W: ("orouer Cannon, .-'S.r,; Henry i:oby,!lU.50. Inquests: Amount certiried to outitv treasurer to be paid Lizzie McDatiiel, Sikeston. S10.C0: liiley ncmi, Mtnner swucu, o. .eai Timmons, lllmo. .L,0.iO; .) (' Davis. Dramshop licen irrnr.t 1 J W Marshall, Sikeston. Ordered that the question of creat ins the office of school supervisor Iw ubmitted To the voter- at April chool election. Saturday Allowauce: .John Spal 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. — 24 February 1906

IE? m 9 IB 31 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Vol. 5. BENTON, MO.. FEBRUARY 24, 1906. No. 15. WHY NOT UK KAllt. Why will iiewnpHpen continue to le mo bitterly partisan tin to rcfuxc to jrlve credit to whom credit in due. Hint we hnd nn exceptional good administration during the past year nil must admit. Hut neither the Re publican party nor the Democratic party i responsible (or it. It is to tho men who nro In charge at Jeffer- CONGHKSSIONAL 1'KIMAHY. The Congressional Committee (or this district met nt Poplar Bluff last week and decided to hold primaries in every county in the district on May 20 to select the Democratic nominee (or Congress. Since thecom mittee was selected by Joe Ilusscll two years ago it is only fair to its- I sunie that the committee did what son City that the credit is due. The Mr. Russell wanted done. 11. F. Mar- Jefferson Citv Review savs: i shall is the committeeman' from this "Those Republicans who voted for John K. .Swanger for secretary of county. Rnlph Wommnck, of ....

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 February 1906

Scott County KicKer mu a. Aiwsa, rmMMM MnntwL t Hie product of American farms in 1905 were of the value of $6,415,000, 000. Every working day of the year Uncle Bam' faring earned $21.000,000. Steps are being taken to utilize Um GOO.000 horse-power of the Victoria falls for Industrial purposes, care be ing taken not to mar the scenery. The women of Wenatchuo, Wash., have formed a local floral association for the Durpose o Introducing plant and flower culture into niauy homes and It has been a great success. THE WEDDING AT THE WHITE HOUSE The President's Eldest Daughter Married to Nicholas Longworth, of Ohio, in the Historic East Room. CEREMONY BY BISHOP SATTERLEE PRESIDENT GAVE THE BRIDE AWAY. The acreage of the large cities In the 1'nlted States is as follows: Now York. 20S.21S: Chicago, 122.UOS: Phlla delDhla. $2,933: Boston, 27,231; St. Louis, 39,377; Cleveland, 22,422 and Cincinnati 2C.SS0. Uncle Sam's promissory notes sell In the world's markets to an unlimited ' extent at a pre...

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