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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 May 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. i Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., MAY 5, 1906. No. 25. AIJOIJT Tilt: PRIMARY. I overcome in November. Hut keep it l'p to the ptvufiit tiini! the Kicker 'quiet fix tu how yojl are- going to had hoped for u small turnout at , vote, lest they might deity you the the Democratic priiimry oti May 10, .right to vote. Of cotirso they hnve which would indicate that the pea-1 no right to swenr you. Where doe pie were reserving their fire for the a Judge of an election get the legal fall election. There in much I ml If- authority to administer an oath? feivnce among the people and after a Hut it in done when there is douht careful observation of the situation I iliout'n fellow voting "right." am convinced that thin indifference is So keep your mouth shut atid do both dangerous and wrong. the best you ran. It is true that up I'nder the law the names of only to present date there isn't a great regularly nominated candidate ran deal to select from, for several of the beplaceduponthetick...

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. — 5 May 1906

snnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn LnnnnnnnW-? K 1 J It rv.T t Scott County HicKer. FH1U A. HAFNBR, Pnfcltsher. BENTON. I MISSOURI. What hps become of tho old-fashioned woman who was accused ol prinking? It Is wonderful what Interest the gossips tnko In a woman whom they occasionally boo In tears. After a man passes 00 his whiskers begin to look as If he had forgotten to keep moth halls In them. A Pennsylvania bride has made sofa cushions out of her courtship love let ters. It would probably bo difficult to llnd softer iilllne. Loaf-cutting bees make their nests In decayed trees, In holes, on posts and like place. Their nests ere lined with circular pieces of leaves, and aro bo arranged that they are honey-tight. Mason bees make their nests In crevices of old walls and even In emp ty shells. Their homos are made of grains of sand stuck together by a glutinous secretion from their own bodies. CLASS DISTINCTION EARTHQUAKE AT IAN FRANCIS CO PLACES RICH AND POOR ON SAKS LEVEL, SIDELIGHTS ON THE...

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. — 5 May 1906

tiMi. Boclort frilii Its mtfiiiHtt. Vo refer to that boon to wotk, norroua, uttering womon knows, aa Or. Pleroe'a (UVorltO Proacrlntlnn. Er. John Fyloonoof tha Editorial BUM vorlto Proscrlutlon"! i?S.1;v,f,!?lor V ' : for normal $t?2LSLth0..?Btr. TprodactWo a-stem? lie COntltlllca "111 Mnlnnlu n hnn inmlllnm. 5Jf.l-7hUll 5oro u'lyj"wcra tne abo-a, ajwiaMfA in te treatment of diseases bo cultur to women It Is seldom that a case li S2. 5hlcLV? ,not Pwwent somo Indication HI lB,Jr.e,n?V.a, "went." Dr. Frfe futthct tJ ., The fotlnwlntf aro nmona the Icsdlns: iLdlcMtons for Jlclonla (Unlcnrn root). Palo or aihlng In tho touch, with leticorrbnjiii utonlo (weak) condition of tlio rpprodurtlva SCT1)?..0' Wt"n. mental depression and It rltabllltjp. rmoclalcd with chronlo disease of tho ri;proluctlro orenns of women, constant sensattun of beat In tho region of tho kid ney-t! menorrhaitla (floodlnB). duo to a weak ened condition of tho reproductive system; atncnorrlioia suppressed or absent mo...

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. — 5 May 1906

AanuuiUanBirrs, - (HUM UKA.. Below are announced -" wridCfate subject to the Democratic pr iniary : For Representative 8. J. WADE. v T. E. TOMLLNSON. For Collector Arthur Chrismom. For Recorder V. L. Harris. HARVEY E. MOORE. R. L. STUBBLE FIELD. For Probate Judfre 11. A. KlNGSBVRY. For Sheriff L. P. (?OBER. J. W. Fasbis. For Prosecuting Attorney 0. R. DAUGHElvTY. C. N. MOZLEY. For President County Court W. C. LAMBERT. W. H. BUGG. For County Judge 1st District, JOE HUTCHASON. For County Judge 2d District CHARLES HAMM. JOSEPH UTNAGE. For County Clark JAMES McPHEETERS. For Circuit Clerk- JAMES M. ARNOLD. JOHN D. UTTERBACK. For County Treasurer JOSEPH S. NORRID. T. P. RANDOL. For Constable. Sylvania Township DAVID SPRADLIS. For Constable. Kelso Township WILLIAM K1MPEL. For Justice Morley Township T. A. McCl'TCHEN. AROUND BENTON. Tharles St. Cin, of near Perkins, was cere t nuay and 8Ujrp?sted a erection of the mention of the death of Mrs. St. Cin. in which it was -tated that she was not...

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. — 12 May 1906

SCOTT COUNTY IlICKER. VOL. 5 BENTON, MO. MAY 12, 1906. NO. 2 TUB STUFF YOU BAT. Well, ye ; have some of Cnduhu' (told Brand breakfast bacon. Try uio ot Swift's l'ure Inf Lard. A little of Armour's canned ufeut wouldn't be mo bad even though the substance lias been extracted to make "Armour' Beef Extract." No book luit stirred the country o Upton Sinclair' book entitled "The Jungle." It tells the render of how the greedy beef trust coin huuinn live." into dollars. I can best describe the work of Mr. Sinclair hi the lan guage of Tom Watson : "Tho author reveal the innermost working of tho Beef Trust. Not a singlo sickening detail, apparently. has escaped him. We are shown the system upon which the packer oper :i te. The frauds that arc perpetrat ed upon the public, the diseased hog and cow that are used, thecollusion between the Government inspector :t nd tiie packers, the chemical which are applied to spoiled meat to giveit rho appearance of being sound, the dead rat and the rat dung...

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. — 12 May 1906

Scott County Kicker. M 1 V FUIL. A. HACfER, PaMlshen BENTON. MISSOURI. For many years florists have tried in vain to produce a perfectly black flower. Norway has fewer arrests tn pi portion to population than any other country. GARFIELD'S REPORT SENT TO CONGRESS President accompanies is with special message. To euro a ringworm apply a strong solution of borax and water throe tltiu-s a day and cover the place with tlio line powder very often. Turpentine Is one of the best reme dies for croup. A piece of flannel should be saturated with It and placed on the. child's threat and chert. Statistics recently compiled by the various automobile associations show that thero are about 33,000 motor vara in use in this country, the tirat cost of which apsivgatod $70,000,000. Because of unpaid poll taxes only six citizens are qualified to vote at the coming election in Virginia Hcach, Va. A mayor and a town council of six are to be chojen, some how. One of tho disqualified voters Is the present m...

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. — 12 May 1906

TIMELY BEE TALK. Parlous Helpful Buggcttions for thi Han Who Baa Sees for Pitas ura or Profit When nectar la abundant In th Holds, and your bees hcsltato about darting work In tho sections but crowd tho brood nest with It, try the follow Ing plan: When the combs are sealed at tho top In the brood chambers, mash theso cells at the top of tho brood frames with a table fork; shut up tho hive, put the sections on, and then rap on the hive. Do this Just before dusk, and you will And tho bees nicely at worl: tboro the next morning it is not difficult to persuade any col ony of beesPi of proper strength, to work In the section; but do It by rap ping on the hive and driving them up. They nil themselves with honey and go up there and work. You havo per haps scarified enough colls so that they will have no cells except those to put the honey In. The honey will have to betaken out by tho bees. It is a farcing process, as you might say, but It se cures tho result. A colony with abundant entranc...

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. — 12 May 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. . 1 Kottrtd st th pt offi In BfMoB.Mo., OB Fbrofy 14, IHii. M Mobd-tlaa mull natter Phil. A. Hafxkb. : Publisher, libs cttption, pir Ytur, fl.00 Cash. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Below are announced candidates Mibjeet to the Democratic primary: For Representative S. J. WADE. T. E. TOMLINSON. Eor Collector Arthur Chkismon. 'or Recorder V. L. Harris. HARVEY E. MOORE. R. L. STUBBLE FIELD. or Probata Judge R. A. Kingsbury. For Sheriff- L. P. Oobkr. J. W. Kamm. For Prosecuting Attornev 0. R. DAUGHERTY. C. S. MOZLEY. Kor President Countv Court W. 0. LAMBERT. W. H. BUGO. For County Judge 1st District. JOE HUTCHASON. ' For County Judge 2d District CHARLES HAMM. JOSEPH L'TN'AOE. N. C. BATTS. For Countv Clerk JAMES McPHEETERS. For Circuit Clerk JAMES M. ARNOLD. JOHN D. L'TTERB.VCK. For County Treasurer JOSEPH S. NOKRID. T. P. P.AXDOL. j-or l.ontable. Sylvania Township v EDWARD L. MILLER. ' For Justice of the Peac K-l-o Two JOHN EIFERT. SR. 1 For ron-table. Kelso Towohip - FROM OKAS. T...

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. — 19 May 1906

'ft 1 SCOTT COUNTY I1ICKER. VOL. 5 BENTON, MO. MAY 19. 1906. NO. 27 HEAD THIS OAKKFOLLY. The recommendation of Gov. l'olk 'to abolish tlie tux on personal prop erty unJ pluce the burden on Innd and public service corporations in causing n revival of the discussion of the single tnx question. The govern or holds tlmt we nre being taxed too much, nud that the personal tnx is being taken from the people without necessity. The publlc'hus little or no knowl edge of the single tnx theory. All they get is from the twisted accounts that occasionally appear in the cap italist press. I have read column of this stuff in these pa pets and was ill ways more befuddled tit the wind-tip than at the beginning. Either the writer do not understand it, or else they try to confnse mid mislead. The Mingle tax theory means a tax on land alone all things produced by labor to remain untaxed. The object is to prevent a Innd monopoly and give the man who wants to till the soil n chance to own ns much ns he he...

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. — 19 May 1906

1?' 15 Y R 4 In 50 years the average height of fc.ltlth men hag risen an inch, to 5 fpt 84 Inches. There Is a great demand (or flax all oror the world, and a great effort la being made to Induce Americana to cultivate It. China, following Japan's example, Is sending large numbers of students to Great Britain and the continent of Europe. They go to the chief Indus trial centers. The Chinese detective force Is a secret body, and tho best orctnb.od In the world. Its members Keep an eye on every man, woman or child, and, In addition, watch on; another. Miss Belle McTyre, of Clienerflold. Va., recently killed a largo englo which had been feasting for some lltuo on her chickens. The eagly uiear.urei C feet CTS Inches from wins to wing. It Is reported that the disaster In San Francisco ha3 resulted In many weddings. Women, driven out of their homes and left destitute, have ap pealed to the men to whom they wero engaged, and marriages have been Im mediately effected. Japan's mortuary list I...

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. — 19 May 1906

A Valuable Agent TJis lroeriae enapbTrf In Dr. Pierce Bed chaos greatly enhaacea the audi MniU I prowrMcs which it extracts and sLw5?Jf-.Ui.aUo sMesses medicinal uropsctlea or Us own, being a valuable leanloent. Bntrlttre.antUeptlc and autl feraent. It add greatly to the efflcaoy t the Black Cherrybark. Golden Seal ropttStone! root anrf Queen's root, con Utoed In "Golden Medical Discovery" In chronic, or llnncrin cough, bronchial, throat and lung affection, for aU of which these scents are recom mended by standard medical authorltio. In aU oases wbero thcro Is a wasting away of flesh, loss of appotlte, . with weak stomich, as la tho early stages of eomsumptlon, there can bo no doubt that Ulycerlne mu m a valuoblo nutritive and aids the Golden Seal root. Stono root, Quoen's root and Black Cherrybark In Sromotlng digestion and building up the cab and strength, controllm tho Mn?h and bringing about a healthy condition of the whole system. Of course, It must not be expected to work mira...

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. — 19 May 1906

7$W 1 LTTy. 7. ,f"ji.'V Miry a r i . SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Eatend at tbt pMtofflreta Braton, Mo., on Fcbraary U. 1902. u iKoid-clM raatl matter Phil. A. Hafnek. : Publisher. Subscription, per Year, t 1.00 Caah. FROM ORAN. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Below are announced candidates subject to the Democratic primary : For Representative S. J. WADE. T. E. TOMLINS0N. For Collector Arthur Chrismon. For Recorder V. L. Harris. HARVEY E. MOORE. R. L. STUBBLE FIELD. For Probate Judge It. A. KlXOSBCRY. For Sheriff L. P. (lOBER. J. W. Fakrw. For Prosecuting Attorney 0. R. DAUGHEtfTY. C. N. MOZLEY. For President County Court W. C. LAMBERT. W. H. BUGG. For County Judge 1st District. JOE HUTCHASON. For County Judge 2d District CHARLES HAMM. JOSEPH UTNAGE. N. C. BATTS. For County Clerk JAMES McPHEETERS. For Circuit Clerk JAMES M. ARNOLD. JOHN 1). UTTERBACK. For County Treasurer JOSEPH S. NOHR1D. T. P. RANDOL. For Constable, Svlvnnia Township EDWARD L. MILLER. For Justice of the Peace Kelso Twp JOHN EIFERT, SR. F...

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. — 26 May 1906

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. 4:. 1 VOL. 5 BENTON, MO. MAY 26, 1906. NO. 28 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. Rev. Chew After the Land Speculators. --The Editor's Experience as a Land Shark. Unrest Aniong the Masses Caused by Unjust Taxation. Last wreck I told my readers why n ti x on land was just, while I believe a tnx on Industry to bo wrong. Since writing that article an able exposure of th.' land system nptieareil in the Dunklin Democrat, over the signa ture of Rev. R. F. Chew. Mr. ( hew Is welt known through' out .Southeast Missouri as a tnatt with a head full of brains, who cun see things as they really are. He de plores the passing through the state of thousands of families seeking homes when there is so much vacant Mud in Southeast Missouri held by speculators at prohibitive prices. lie asks the ipiestlon : "What keeps the ride of desirable immigration out of , rh fertile low lands of Southeast Missouri,' and continue: "When I give tnv answer to this question, plain ana straight-forward a...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 May 1906

Scott County KicKer. nm. a. uniii rmfciuher. BENTON. : i MISSOURI. SEA-LEVEL WATERWAY. Manners in Business. For the average man success fre quently depends more upon his man ner and appearance than upon his knowledge of his trade or business, cr, as one might say, of his profession. A Chicago newspaper has lately been noting some failures and their causes. It cites the case of one man who was a successful salesman in a busi ness house In Chicago, but was un able to get any custom when sent on the road. The general manager of the business went to lunch with htm one day, to talk over the matter. The man crumbled crackers Into his soup until it was thick, and then ate the alxtute from the end of his spoon In great inouthfula. When the meat was served, he shoveled it In with his knife, and bad finished eating and was uolsily picking his teeth almost before the manager had begun his meal. In re ply to a question, he told the man ager that he always took his cus tomers out to lunch, and "...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 May 1906

ERal L. m. TWICE-TOLD TESTIMONY. A Woman Who Bu Suffered Telli Bow to find Relief. The thousands of women who suffer backache, languor, urinary disorder and other kidney HU, will find com fort In the worda of Mrs. Jane Far relt, of 606 Ocean Ave., Jersey City, N. J., who says: "1 rclterato all I have said before in praise of Doan'a Klrtnov Pills. 1 hi, a been having heavy backacho nnd my general health was affected when I began using them. My feet wero swollen, my eyes puffed, and dizzy pells wero frequent. Kidney nctlon waa Irregular and the secretions high, ly colored. To-day, however, I am a well woman, and 1 am confident that Doan's Kidney Pills have made ma so, and nro keeping me well." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. NEAR TO NATURE'S HEART Where No Thought of Sordid Buil nets Mars the Value of the Scenery. A $75,000 automobllo rolled through the 160,000 bronze gates and up tire 135,000 winding avenue to the $20, 000 marble steps, relates...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 May 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Entered at the pet office In Benton. Mo., on February 14, 1HC, k eecondilau mall matter Phil. A. Hai-sbr. : Publisher. Subscription, per Yeur, $1.00 Cash, THE REAL REASON. "You boast of having noeneraies?" The philosopher spoke in a tone ad mirably adapted for exclamatory purposes. "Then you hat never dared to stand up tor the right fHfainst wrong; you. have never pro tected the weak against oppression ; you tiave neTer even dared to defend your own rights. The mun who says he has no enemies confee himself a coward 1 " "Mebby ! raebby ! " nonchalantly plied the nrnn who wajihort gram matically, but of great width between the eyes. "But I've always laid my atisfactory condition to the fact that I have never lent money to my friends; never yielded to earnest oucttation to run tor office: never be-in a j'int heir in anybody's will, and j;ever played a muic instrument of so kind." Puck. FROM ORAN: Everybody is complaining of the drought. Pedestralns complain of 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. — 2 June 1906

1 i 1 If i 4 t SCOTT COUNTY I1ICKER. VOL. 5 BENTON, MO. JUNE 2, 1906. NO. 29 HARMONY TO BURN. Olil .Machine in Control of Svw ItriiMH-ratlc Commute hihI liver thing Went Slick. Mumhi.r was tlic day set (or the re tirement of the old Democnitle ceu tnil committee and tin- otirtnlr.ii t Inn of th new. Members liegnn to arrive early and tli' "rooting" commenced. For n time it appeared ns it there would be a. contest, tor tin? chairmanship. The old Jimcliine crowd wanted Dr. Haw wliili- tiie niifi were figuring on their cliuure to land somebody else nnd centered on H. O. Murphy, ot tin- Ill mo Imi nk. It evidently took ootisjdern bit pleading for"hnriiiony"beforeevery thing win. satisfactorily arranged, for tlie committee was not called to or der until 2:Jft. At tliat hour Dr. Wade, chairman of tin; old committee called the meet Jnc to order. Or. Tomliiison, of Mor by. proxy of L. I.. Hunter, acted an H'.-eretnry. The content lietween McCutcheii and Lancaster, the two candidates 'for ju...

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 June 1906

r I ScoHCountyKicKer. TORNADOES STRIKE PHIL. A. UAPNEB, PuhlUaer. J ir Is a I m 111: Si r ft WSJ V 1 - 11 ,V BENTON, : t MISSOURI May would be much more charming If sho would quit giving evidences of tk-slre to be a frigid proposition. NEBRASKA AM IOWA "The Ohio valley now feels that It rould set along comfortably without unotner cold spell until lata In October. OATTXftXNQ SAVAOI BOWS NAK OAKLAND, NEB, !t Is much better that the ruction was over before the Gaekwar of Ba red! looked down on the senate from the diplomatic gallery. And cow If Dr. Frlssell, of the Pres byterian hospital In New York' Is right, the germ of rheumatism has been discovered. Maybe the germ of laztnesi will be discovered some day. rrenilor Campbell-Banuermann pa thetlcally appeals to the public for a preventive npalnst Incursions of wom en suffrage delegations. Some peo ple always did ask for the impossible but he might try a lot of mice. Ben Franklin's advice was never to write a letter when It could bo avoi...

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 June 1906

5 WPW' ' W JiaaaaaaMsaawBawMBs '"I r 3 HORTICULTURE BUDDING FRUIT TREES. Whsrtln ths Procsss Differs from Orattlng The Proper Way of Solag the Work. Budding differs from grafting In thai only a buJ with a email piece of bark rttached la uied In place of the scion. Budding can be done with the great eet success towards the close of the pe riod of growth, but It should not be delayed until growth has stopped, as then the bark of the stock will be firm lr attached to the wood, making It dif ficult or Impossible to raise the barl: eo that tho bud can be Inserted. Stocks from ono to three years old are best for budding. The scion may be cut as soon as the buds have developed on the new growth, generally In July or August, and the leaves are cut off so that n little of the petiole remains as at 1. A T-shaped cut Is made in the bark. Utuiilly the vertical cut Is made first and In making the transverse cut iht THE METHOD OP BUD ORAFTINQ. Budding: (1) Cutting out the scion; (2) sep arating f...

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 June 1906

1 jyi FtDraftTJ h, iwv, an wtoiiu-cihm sunn xumirr Jr. n ft tf . .... . n..i.i!t -,? .raise .1. xiAt.cif i x uujiPiitr. If T. I' if n. it ,1 Inst week. FROM VANDUSER. Sonio of our older citizens cot into ji pessimistic mood the other day mid gave utterance to their opinions of mutter and things in n general wav -"Why," said one. "the building of the railroads and thelinflux of immi gration has brought about a new or ler ot thlnge. Even now I am not allowed to turn my cow out to craze on the grass that God caused to grow." Another, speaking of the proposed drainage ofthewestswamp aid that he was opposed to it. That "our Maker created that country es pecially as the home of the owls and the bats, the snakes aud the frogs, and to disturb them now was wrong all wrong." While another poke 01 the rascality as practiced in elec tions now and longed to hare them conducted in the old time way "Have the voter hand his ticket to one of the judges who would call out the names of who the voter v...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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