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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 February 1906

TKE BEALX Qg SCIENCE. Prof. Wllhelm Wundt, the creator of experimental psychology, now In his reventjr-fourth year, recently cele brated the fiftieth anniversary of his graduation with the doctor' degree. A faintly luminous mist in the bulb and on the Angers has been noted by Prof.Sommers on rubbing electric light bulbs that have been not long in use. No tallsCactory explanation has been given. Palladium, a rare substance little used, Is the active agent In automatic gas lighting devices. Flame is pro duced a.4 soon ns the Illuminating gas strikes a pellet of asbestos covered with a mixture of palladium and fine ly divided platinum, known as plat lu nm black. If odors were solid particles, they would tend to form nuclei of cloudy cont'ensr-tion In supersaturated air. Dr. 'John Altken has tested musk and 23 other odorous substances without finding &uch nuclei, and he concludes that odors are gaseous and that smell has gas as its fundamental basis. Carrying out experiments In psyc...

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. — 24 February 1906

FROU ORAM. One ol tho most onjoyabi social Junctions of this season was the "Valentine Social' under the man agement of the W. 0. T. I)., ut. the spacious homo ot lira. Frank Vice, who, with her corps ot assistants presided with grace and ease over the entire evening. The rooms were ele gantly decorated with the appropri iite emblems of Cupid and "the hearts," and there was a very large crowd in attendance. This event closed the contest. One side winning L7 members and the other one 10 a total of 4C, a large number of whom were present. The entertainment of the evening was "A trip Around the World" a Prlte Guessing Contest. Mrs. Charles Murray won the hand some valentine at the first prize and Mrs. Ida Gassaway won the booby prU. A patter entitled "How to Uuild Up Unions." written by Mr Klla Russell, was read by Mrs. Clew on. Dainty refreshments were serr ed. We will long remember St. Val i mine's day and the Reception. ' The building of the house for the pork packing business and t...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 February 1906

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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. — 24 February 1906

..tltOUND IlEXTON. T . ne Itecord lias changed nrnnugn .nent. (). K. William now Iiiin full control. For n yeur or moro ho Iiiih Im-uii the liUsinesH 1'inl of the paper, lie in qnit hustler and may hui cecd in restoring tho plane to h paying basis, W. A. Miller, of Hickory Crow, lins bought the (irand-tim Cannon dwelling. OtiiHiiloration, $775. Also Henry (Jnint haught the. I. K. Walk er residence for $!(M). Henry Shamfey Ii:ih moved his family upfront lllodgeit. J. It. Walker ami family are to leave for Texan where they will make their future 'home. - Miirnige license were grunted to Elmer I. King and Miss Gladys Low, of Itlodgett; .lames K. Meltridc ami Miss Annie Willhite. of .Morley. PIJIILIC SAhiT SATURDAY, WAIMMI L, 1!0(. I will nell at pulilie auction at, my iiome, Known us the llieliolil Kami. :t miles south of Kenton, on the Iten- ton ami Itlodgett road, two good mules, one 2-year old colt lilonded stock; wnoii, doiiltle huggy and harness, 10 head of hogs. 200 liusli- els e...

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 March 1906

Si SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. i Vol. 5. BENTON, MO.. MARCH 3, 1906. No. 10. I their victim in the gutter whose hap piness mid home they have destroy od. Nor do they make any billboard display of the mim under the mound. GETTING POINTERS. THE MISSOURI ISSUE. A few weeks ajro Itro. Ake, of the ' A little publication labelled "The Iron County Register, declared "I am I Missouri Issue" bus readied the tint a socialist" tint Invited n discus- Kicker. It is the organ of the it lit i slbn. The Kicker put some very saloon lengue of the stnte and eon pointed queiitloni! to him to which tains only four very small pnges. It he did not reply. He printed it state- In indeed a small weapon to go up ment from Cardinal Gibbons that I against the metropolitan dallies that contained the same erroneous Idea tare owned by the brewers anil dis that is so prevalent among most I tillers nnd allied interests. men that the Socialists want to 1 Hut this little publication will , out but would soon return. "divide ...

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 March 1906

Scott County KicKer nib a. uim WPfltMC t t Tho Riant bamboo of Ceylon growl to a height of SO feet. It Is used In construction of houses ami bridges. Also, water pipes are made of it. Ths 1805 pack of pears In the United States and Canada Is estimated at 8,802.064 cases of two dozen tans each. Of this total the fnlted States fur nlshed 3,501,064 cases. A curious well in Canada produces sand Instead of water. The sand conies up In a line stream like a foun tain. The fore which drives It to tha surface from a depth of 100 feet has not jet been discovered. There are nrreadv dlale and an entente munlclpale be- .w.c nuv, -4111,1111!. turn now there Is to be an entente nuislcale. In other words, British Instrumentalists and chorus singers are to srlve con certs In Paris. The Best Missouri News It Is true that CO per cent, of the deaths among the Sioux anil Yankton Indians now are from tuberculosis, but it Is also true that 50 yea" ago tuber culosis was unknown anions the In dians and has ...

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 March 1906

MOTES ABOUT NOBLE. King Edward carefully pretarrefl frogrammss of tht proceedings la which he has taken part That arbiter of musical understand ing and taste, the German emperor, bas informed the director of the Ber lin opera that Verdi's "Othcilo" does not interest him, and need be seldom performed. The -carl of Halabury, who on the Change ol ministry resigned the chan cellorship of England, retires at tho ndvnnceJ ago of 80 years on a pension of $25,000, after he had received in 1G yearn ft.nofr.ioo In salary. Queen Alexnndra Is urging the wom en of th.i English nrtstocracf to found a British Ited Crorj soclctf. Tht ladles of England may perhaps on fu ture battlefields be found wearing the Insignia of the Alexandra society upon their arms Instead of the ted cross f Switzerland. Queen Maud of Norway will need little tuition In the speech of her new realm, for sho took to the Dan ish language with instinctive easo during Ler girlhood. It is said that the difference between the two l...

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 March 1906

J O.iXM) hugs Monday : school law. Mr. Simler U charged inml -.,mM; "derwood, caught fire quite n M-t-bnck. lrati V tbe school board of that .HtrK i1;01" V1' !!?' '"V "V"10',1 "J" '"'J' ruled xtea.lv to sttong ' having faiM and refill to place iw I1"1' ! n elnek Tin-edoy nr. l.uns live stock maiiket Hpocinl to the Kicker National Stock Yards, Vi 1 1. Tho week opened with very light i , celpts of cattle ami u strong, nctivi market. A good many phi inish, pret tvgood export steers nre sclHiigfroin jjfl.ari to 5.r0; yet it takes h pretty nooil grade of 10"0 to IU50 pound ftwrj to bring ? I.'JO to Jo.'Jo. Butcher's grades: Odd loti of Mall-fed prime fat cows have reached y4.no, but the Bulk of the receipt cold from ?y,50 to 4.1,.; outsider? around and cunners from S'J.fH) down. t'hicngo had which caused prices have ru i-inee, with the bulk of M.'iiunr pti. to c-u.i;.; Mir- ami 'idit. ." -." to ?o.l).". AM) STILL THKYCOMK, It was tlm intention of the Kicker. 1 i.t week, to publish tin na...

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 March 1906

It SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. "sSR Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., MARCH 10, 1906. No. 17. 3 EVERYTHING 18 FREE. The Kicker does not waste much time wilh the doings nt Washington, but things are so rotten over there Mutt 1 have to give my Republican friends mi occasional object lesson so tlmt they may see thnt their crowd Is us. bad us cun be The post office department is in the hole up to the neck. To attract pub lie attention awny from 'the renl cause it was announced that newspa pers were abusing the second-class until mutter privileges and postmns ?r were notified to "tighten up" on tlieifi. One trouble is that there are too tunny railroud attorneys in charge at Washington, und the government pays, the railroads four times us ranch for hauling tltsjualls us the ex press companies pay for hauling ex prens. matter. Another trouble is the abuse of the ranking privilege of government of ficials. They can send an iron sufe across the country HY MAIi. free. HE PETITIONS HIMSELF. We all know tlmt the m...

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 March 1906

Scott County Kicker 1 William B. erry, who has been blind sine seven, has been chosen dtf solicitor of New Bedford. Mass. The beet sugar factories In opera tion In the United States In 1905-'0t mounted tt 53, as against six tea years ago. The coal production of the United States In 1904 was S.000,000 ton In excess of double the combined pvo ductloa of Prance and Germany. The population of Morocco can only be cuesnod. No census has ever been taken. The best authorities estimate the Inhabitants to number about 7. 509,000. There are British, German and French postolhces In the principal towns of Morocco. The Moorish gov ernment has no postofflce of Its own. Mall for the government Is carried from town to town and from village to village by special carriers. The government will order "open ings" this year of a total of 30S.00O ncres of Indian reservation lands. Bills providing for these have passed in the house. The lands covered are In Oklahoma, being portions of the Kiowa, Comanche an...

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 March 1906

, if1 1 fa, 4&t 7. IMPRESSED WITH WESTERN CANADA. 17 Our Prairies WJ11 Be Wiled Vp In Tin Tmti, U 4 Stockwcll, of Indianapolis, a United states land man who made an oxlcnslvo tour of Inspection In the vrnt, wrote the following article, un der date of Jan. 8, for an Indiana pub lication : "States." In this letter I propose to show by extracts from my note book that thousands who have come up here from tho "States" have succeeded far beyond their moat sanguine expecta tions. Mr. N. 5. Ucaumunk, of Brazil, In diana, was earning 1100.00 per 'month with a coal company. At about the. ago of 40 he had saved about 3,000. Four years ago he landed near Hauley, flask. He now owns 4SJ acres of land. Last fall (1005) he threshed 4,700 bush els of wheat and 3,100 bushels of outs. Ills wheat alone brought him over 4,000, which would have paid for the acres that It grew on. He Is to-day worth $15,000. This Zs Making Money Fast. In Feb., 1902, J. O. Smith & Bro. were weavers in a big cotton ...

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 March 1906

THE SOUTHEAST. FROM ORAN. It will be remembered that while enjoying u drunken brawl with Dr. A. fi. Harrison, of Kennett, nnd John Sweeney u two-terni ex-convict, Dsn Crites was castrated during the holidays. Harrison mid Sweeney were charged with the offense und bail fixed at 95,000 each, Harrison belongs to the "best families" und gave the required bond, but 8weeney went to jail. It is reuorted that Sweeney threatened to "squeal" if he was not reieaseu trom jail, ami rort n with a bond of $5,000 was sinned bv the "best people" of Kennett and he was let go. Tiiut night weeney went to the home of Hen Held.uu im portant witness, and beat and cut liiiu in a horritle innnner. What do you think of the "best people" who will sign a ?5,000 bond for nn ex ronvict charged with sueh an offense? On the bond are the countv clerk of Dunklin county, the mayor of Ken nett.and an ex-mayor. (.'or. rarmincton News: Some one gave our oldest Hon, Gilbert, a little pig for a birthday present on July 1 ...

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 March 1906

y SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., MARCH 17, 1906. No. 18. REVOLUTION IN THE AIR Ridmping and Inprisonment of West ern Labor Leaders May Cause Upris ing of Working Class of Nation. There In immediate danger of revo lution In thin country the result of trouble between the miner nud mine owner of Colorado. The min er of the West are organized into what In known uh the Western Feder ntion of Miner. The mine owner are organized into what tlieyeall the "Citizen's AlHmicr." The mine own er claim tlie light to maintain their organization, but have determined to destroy the organization of the of the Western Federation of Miner, and their oilicinl colleague men,iil of them and every Inch of them are charged with the assassination of ex-Odv. Frank Steuiienbunr. of Ida- J ho who simply reaped what In; bid Hown as a more subterfuge to pounce upon thorn In secret, rush tie inoiit of the state by peclal train under heavy guard, clap them in the peni tentiary, convict them upon the pur ...

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 March 1906

Scott County KkKtr mbi.uiini,! The production of petroleum In tho United States last year was 117.000, 000 barret, which sold for $101,000.-000. It is estimated that In tho United Kingdom over fourteen million dol lars are annually spent on pipes and tobacco. The Imperial canal In China Is the longest In the world, and connects no fewer than 41 cities in the course of Its JOG miles. George Fields, a Cherokee Indian living In Indian Territory, has been married three times, and Is the father of 36 children. 26 of whom are now living. Japanese proprietors of three large modern apartment houses for Orient als In San Francisco have decreed that no children shall be allowed within their walls. BATTLE IN PHILIPPINES Americans and Coisttbv Ury Wipe Oat Despcratt Band of Oatlawt. The Fight Continued Two Day, and Involved the Capture of Conea.iooFeet High. 18 ENLISTED MEN KILLED M010 DEAD NUMBER 9M. A discussion of the old question, should fairy tales be read to children? has been revived by ...

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 March 1906

Dr. William' Pink Pills Aetata Maka Naw Meet and Qaatf Hearth Follows. The aril effects that follow atanr dis eases particularly the grip and the wasting fevers, such aa typhoid aud malaria, oro canaed by tbobadooadiktoa In which th cm diseases leevo the blood. Asaresnlt, the flesh continues to fall awny, the sufferer grows norrons and lrrHfiblo, nnd even slight exertion causes shortness of broath. These lira danger oas symptoms and indicate that the system Is in a state that invites puen mould, bronchitis or even consumption. What is needed is a now supply of rich, rod blood to carry health mid streugth to cvory part of tho body. " I was all run down from the effects of tho Hilp," says Mrs. Amelia Hall, of No. 5 IliKn street, Norwich Ooun., "and could not seem to get streugth to walk t could not eat a fall meal, my stomach was so weak, and I was so nervous that I could not slcop. I could only stay in bed n few minutes at a time, eltnor night or day. The loast llttlo thing would sta...

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 March 1906

. owaaaaaawBasaawi W 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Below are announced candidates subject to the Democratic primary : For Collector Abthur Curismox. For Ilecorder V. L. Harris. For Probate Judge K. A. KlNGBBCHY. COUNTY COURT IN ACTION. County court was In session Mon iluy and Tuesday and besides dis missing the saloon petitions of Wm. Kains. of Commerce, and A. L. Dan iel, ot Benton, and granting license to Unas. Nagle, unanee, the ioiiow. ins business was transacted: Allowances: John McKoan $20, .las Hinkle f 20, Mrs G W Cole 15, Mrs Racheal Schamm flO. John Platte fl34, W H Bissel $7.57. J A Armstrong $1.50. L T Parsons. Al- lert Hart, A W Wylie. Noah Nolan, .1 A Glenn and J L Hale $1.25 each, L Y Twitty $18, J E Smith $30.25, A W Hart $24, Joel Dunn $44.09, Jock Knight $10. J F Watkins $17, Joe Myers $5. C E Moore $10.20, W C Lambert $15. There was no change made in the method ot road supervision and the old commissioners will continue ex cept Andy Uelsmann appointed to succeed M. Rose, in di...

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 March 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., MARCH 24, 1906. No. 19. DIDN'T I TIJLL Y0l? HO? Hasn't the Kicker told you itll plong that tho Republican mid Dem ocratic parties nre ha niur.li alike nn l.lackeyed perm? llnvu't 1 told you that whenever the Interest of the tiipii who furnish the cnmpnlgn funds for loth parties are threatened they would (ret together nnd stand to gether against any inovenient that might free the people? Hut I did not think it would strike Missouri mo soon. Head this press dispatch: 'Sedulla, Mo., March . For tho fourth year the Republican and Ihunocrnta of Sedalla have formed a joint municipal ticket against the Socialists. By an agreement entered into two yenrs .ngo the DenuicrntM today mimed' 'the mayor, attorney, police judge and treasurer, the He. publicans getting the collector, mar shal and assessor." What do you think of that? In cities like Sedalia they have street car lines, telephone, light and water plants. Democrats and Republican favor private g...

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 March 1906

sssssssssssssssssffi sTsbbTsbbTsbbTsbbtsWf? BIB IsssaR1 I I ft r? IT Sw t. Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAFXER, Fiklllktr, BENTON, I MISSOURI. There arc said to be 20,000 lets wom en than men In the stats of Iowa, and the state is also short of teachers. A woman In Collldge, Kan., tacked a crarlrt fever sign on her door, bo that ."ho wouldn't have to send out nay Christmas presents. Experts calculate that Irish hogs are rap.tbl" of turnln? out 50.000,000 torn of fuel a year for a thousand years, mid at the piosent prices thU would realize $00,000,000 a year. Pudorewskl has retired to his palace of lilori Uessnn, near Lausanne, Swlu erlarul, which he bought for $100,000. The pianist hn dotted his great park with Greenhouses, and grows some of the llncst flowers, fruits and vege tables in Switzerland. He does not sell any of his products, but snds them as presents to his friends. The total wool product last yean reached nearly 300,000.000 pounds. Tlu demands of manufacturers used up ...

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. — 24 March 1906

THE BEST COUCH CURE Many a lonesome and expenslvo trip to Florida, California or the Adirondack! baa been aaved by the uu of Kemp's Balsam the beat cough cut. If thla great remedy will not cure tbe cough, no medicine will, and then all hope rest in a change of climate but try Kemp's Balaam flnt. Sold by all dealers at a;c. and 50c. Nasal CATARRH InsJlitseUcM. Ely's Cream Balm cleanse, MOthM and heal the dlieurd membrane. It core catarrh and drtree sway a cold In the held QUlcklT. Cream Balm la placed Into tb noauila.aprcada mcr the tocmbrano and li abaorbed. Belief It lm tnedlate and a enrc follows. It la not drying doea not produce sneering. Largo Size, to eenta at Drag gUtior trmalli Trial Size, 10 ccnta. ELY BROTHERS, U Warren Street, New Yotk. HOW TO PRUNE PLUM TREE Trof. H. N. itarnea Telia Juit Bow Xba Work Should Be Done When Tree Is Young. The plum, like the peach, bears Its fruit buds on the growth of tbe previous season. 11 HOUSES. NOTES FROJt ABROAD. A special military co...

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. — 24 March 1906

AT- 7 n r. iw? ANNOUNCEMENTS. Below are announced candidates subject to the Democratic primnry : For Collector AltTHUR CHRtSMON. For Reeordr V. L. Harris. For Probate Judge H. A. KiNosni'itY. For Sheriff L. P. (Sober. J. W. FaBRIS. COUNTY" COURT PROCEEDIOUS. Saturday the county judges met -vith representatives of Oran and Sikeston to reorganize road districts and 6. B. Greer, Cbas. McMullin and Chas. Tanner were appointed com missioners for Sikeston and F. S. Hioe. 0. C. Myers and Clarence San lers for Orau. Monday the rehearing o! the sa loon petition ol A. L.Daniel. Benton, was taken up and liceus nirain re fused. J. H. Held is appointed countable ( Richland township. Eight acres of countv farm old to J. V. Farris for I00O. Allowances Benton Record 30: J. W.Myers. 0. K. M vers and W. C. Lambert. 10 each; .) F. Wntkins, t2. Because of the Juilure o! Sheriff Watkins to file a sufficient bond the office is declared vacant and the county court will meet t ) appoint his successor soon....

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