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Scott county kicker.
Published by the
WORKERS' PRINTING CO.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Jullue A three ht, J. H Branam, C.
M. Weaver, Lawreni Seyer,
Subscription, per year $1.00.
Biz months, 60c. S months. 3r.c
Phil. A. Hatner,. Editor.
The county graduating exer
cises brought many people to the
county seat Saturday and, consid
ering the difficulties. Superinten
dent Harris had his hands Tull.
There being no other place va
cant the exercises were held in
the Methodist church, which was
too small for the crowd.
There were four entries in the
high school declamatory contest,
and the gold medal was awarded
to Miss Gladys Lee, of Morley.
In the spelling contest there
were a half dozen contestants and
the gold medal was carried awav
by Mis Fannie Walker of Canhaiii
Mks Blanch Craig, of Fornfelt.
won the gold medal in the de
declamatory contest of the 8th
The scholarship medal for the
highest grades of any pupil was
awarded to Miss Kdna Beis of
Owensby school Also a schol
arship in the Chillieothe Business
There were 104 th grade grad
uates as follows :
Hooe Emma McClanahan. Miss
Laura Miller, teacher.
Owensby Edna I. Beis. Mis
Thelma Fin'ey. teacher
Ulmo. Wm. Mnyfield. Arthur
Uussler. Floyd brother. Charles
Pahlman. Everet Cruse. Corenna
Wood, .lames Kel'er. Mora Weak
ley. Robt. Russer. Evelyn Weak
ley. LUa Oliver. Georgia Pate
Louu Hopke, Graywell Eaton. Wm
HU'emann. Beroniee Miller. Ken
neth ternmson.. J. P. Ellis, tea
cher. t'ros Plains Raymond Triplet
Edyth Rapp. Oliver. McLaughlin,
Muss Ruby Morton, teacher.
Ellis .loe Hawkins. Mina .la
robs. L. L. .Smith, teacher
W. lie lona Blocker. Riley siin
kard. Hattle Slinkard. J. A.Rub
Hunter Frednh Carter. Eu
nice Dillingham. Mia Bertha
Qrayboro. Haiel Payne. Ma
bel W hite Miss Lulu Jacobs, tea
iher Hickory Drove Pearl inamonii.
Nolia Foster Miss Oma Marshall
Commerce Mannie Allison. Lu
cy Brundett. Norval Brundett. A
dlel Dodue. .loe Head. Mary John
wn. Ella Moore. Nellie Martin. Es
tel'e Fayton. Maccie Ouin. Cecil
Winter-. Miss Urate BlackledRe.
BlodKett Bai'ey Cleophas. El
sie Brown. Irene Brown. Archie
Crawford. Pearl Clark. Fred Cun
ningham. Madge Marra, Leonard
Kennedy. Homer Monteomerv. El
mer Travelatead, Rex Reams Eva
8ullivan. Rebah Walker. Herbert
Walton. J. T. Blackwell. teacher
Canham. Fannie C. Walker.
Data C. sprailiin. J, A iPresslev
Stringer Pei tha Shehy. Fi an-
eaShehy MIm Ex ice Leech, tea
cher. Bugg Flora F-i.her. Nathar.ie!
Greer. Black Emerson. Oscar Rob
erUon. Otto Buirg. teacher.
Morley A nir'es Bowman. Lillie
Bynum. Emma Elmore. Marlin
Ford. Ruth Harris. Lillian Leslie.
Maud Miller. Floy Rar.dol. G. C.
Benton. Frances Norrld, Mabel
Adams. Luna Morrow c. .. Nor
Bryeans. Emma Pepreast. An
thony ciubb. Grace Pltchford, Jaa
nhla Hayden. teacher
Ward Irene Thompson. Cora
Watson Mils Annie Collier, tea
cher. Rockview Peirl -jmith. w. i,
Oran Pansy Winters. "Maggie
tludson. Ben Mor' ison.Wilma Har
ris. Carl Wisdom. D. E. Tugel
Fornfelt - Blanch Craig, May
rne Haiady. Hubart linger. Bry
n Mc'viaugh. Ida George. Clyde
Hahn. May Daughei ty W." P.
Chaffee Buy Rutledge Austin
Walling. Henry Stubblefield. Edna
Harrison O E. McOee. teacher
jairflX .rao eqi jo; aquasqnf?
Dr Geo. J. Williams, the dent
ist, la now on his regular visit to
Benton. He comes well prepared
to perform ail dental operations
In a skillful manner. Nothing but
the bet materials used in his
practice You should call on him
nnd havp your teeth properly
treated Teeth extracted by the
painless method. Call early in or
der that ti ne may oe re-erved ror
Subscribe for 'the only Kicker.
FROM CROOKED CREEK
Eld. C. M. Weaver .who has been
holding a meeting in DuQuoin 111..
rr turned home Monday
Mrs. Phil Gibbs returned home
efter staying a few days with
her sister, Mrs Fannie Gibbs. who
T. C. Blankenship came to eee
his wife, who is sick, and returned
to St. Louis Wednesday.
Mrs. Armlnda Fisher returned
to Morley after a few days visit
Miss Lola and Viola Weaver
visited Miss Grace and Linnie
Mr. and Mm John Gibson visi
ted at Geo. Millers Sunday.
Miss Sallie Hies spent Saturday
and Sunday at John file's,
llysses Edmonds and wife, visited
home folks Sunday.
W. M. Jones and wife moved to
Subscribe for the only Kicker.
With a Jury of their Own
thority Could Not Get Judgment Against Kicker.
The Kicker case was called Monday and the trial be
gan Tuesday morning and the arguments closed at sup
per time Wednesday. At 10:30 the iury agreed to disa
gree and was discharged It was a hard -fought battle,
with nearly all of the lawyers in town aiding the enemy,
while the Kicker was represented by Wilson Cramer.
On the jury there was not a Socialist. On the bench
sat a Democrat. So far as
composed ot eleven well -selected Democrats and one Re
publican. They stood 8 to 4 in favor of "the party."
That, under the circumstances, was a remarkable
viotory for the Kicker. Will tell you all about it in the
next issue. I did not have time to get other court pro
ceedings. Will give them in full uext week.
THE SAME OLD TRICK.
The other day a lady of Ben
ton sent to the Kicker a local
paper containing an article with
extracts from Herr Babel s book,
"Women and Socialism." The au
thor showed at least one Imark of
Intelligence he concealed his
identity and would no more meet
a Socialist in debate than he d
fly. The attempt Is made to
show that Socialists are agin
Well ,we are agin the brand
w hich sucks up hundreds of thous
ands of young girls annually to
feed the white slave traffic The
lady asks that 1 reply to the ar
ticle. There is nothing to reply-
to unless I had the space to re
produce Herr Babies book. Fur
thermore, the book contains Herr
Babel's personal views and haa no
more to do with the jsoeinlist
party than President Taft's non
belief in Christ has to Uo w ith the
Republican party A Socialist
can believe in anything or noth
ing so far as religion Is concern
ed, and it has absolutely nothing
to do w ith Socialism. Unlike the
pluted. we do not propose to reg
ulate a person's thinking aparat
us on ma tters spiritual. Socialism
deals with conditions here and
Thei-e yaw pari for their mas
ters snatch a paragraph here
and thei from a book of 800
paces and try to make the mass
es believe that biack Is white It
seems to me that the German
vote ought to be sufficient an
swer to all such stuff. 1 think
the Germans are about as moral
as any other people Herr Ba
bel is the German Socialist
leader And at the election last
January the Germane elected 110
members to the Reichstae -making
it the strongest party in the
empire. Is that not answer
enough or are you going to say
that the Germans are free lov
In the same paper there was
another article to show that the
Socialists were asrin "Old Glory
the flap The plutes have no' de
fence of their economic system,
so they resort to arousing the
prejudices of religion and nation
ality. They wrap themselves up
in the flic and the Bible and say.
'See our garb Would you call
us thieves? Shame on you 1
There tactics are not new
They develop wherever the power
of the plutes la threatened. The
same dope that the plutes are us
ing in this country against So
cle lias has been dosed out to the
people of Europe for a quarter
of a century. Hut it ' won t
FROM .NEW HAMBURG
Tuesday w as the 3Utb anniver
sary of Prof. A. Svhultte as a
teacher and the day was appro
priately celebrated Many teach
ers and prieste were present and
the children's exercises ere good
The men of the parish presented
Prof .SchuKte with a nice dav
enport that :t is feared that Mrs
Sc hultte will take charge of. The
choir p:e.-ented him with a gold
locket, and the children gave him
a hat arid silver wreath as an
evidence of high esteem in which
he is held.
The families of Geo. Eichorn
and L'lrich Glaus went to Kelso
Sunday to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Chug. Kobe, i of ape. Mrs
Mrs. Chas. Robert of Cape. Mrs
Robert is a sister to Geo. Eich
horn and Mrs. Claus of this place
Charlie Scboen now of Charles
ton a u toed up home for a short
iit He has many friends here.
Gov. Hadley couldn't have been
greeted more than Charlie was
when he pulled in Sunday.
Mike Liruberger sold a mule
iast week) but now wishes he
hadn't since his new ploy boy ar
rived, which he named Theodore
Mike. Wm. Halter and Miss Cora
Bles stood sponsers.
An old house of Frank .Schmidt
was destroyed by fire Monday
night, some hogs and most of his
machinery w as burned. Or igin ol
the fire unknown.
Mike Enderie, of Kelso, took
suddenly sick at Stikes nance
Monday night, and was taken to
St. Louis the same nig.il.
ai Heiaeerer and wlie, of Kelso,
spent Saturday and Uundaj witn
his brotlie. -in-law Frank Dirn
berger, near Oran
Win. Lrhahn is the most active
telephone worker in Scherer ville
He calls a special meeting every
John Uirnberger and Frank
Kllpfel went to Frederick town
last w eek and each bought a span
Adam Esener and family, of
near Benton, visited their daugh
ter, Mrs. Chas. Welter, at Anceli
Mandy What yer lookin
pleased about, Siias? I
Silas By hen I I eee by ther
papers' them ar Soeiulisu are
going to take our farms away
from us, und I was Just thlnk.ng
Selection the Men in Au
1 could learn the jury was
what a good Joke It would be on
'em when they got mine,
Mandy How's that?
Silas It s mortaged (or all ifa
worth and they'll have tr take
the mortagage with the farm
Hope, Chickens Eggs.
For Sale. -Rose Comb Rhode Is
land Red egfQi from prize-win-nine
strain. Pen No. L$1.00 for
15: No. 2. 75 cents. Hens. $1.00
each, .leo Hutchason, Blkeston. R.
F. D, No. 1. Mo. 18-10t
For Sale, Eiggs from thorough
bred Plymouth Rock hens, headed
by E. B. Thompsons Imperial
' Ringlett " cockeirel. 75c and $1
per 15. Alex Hughes Commerce,
Full Blood Barred Plymoth
Rock Cockrett for sale. Also eggs
for setting this spring.
Mrs. Chas Miller, Morlev, Mo.
home Sunday from Bloom field ac-
COmDanlsd hv n.u
- - i-iuuia rictus.
UU1 csburu went down on the
creek Sunday to get him a girl.
i " wiiuiT u iie iouno her.
Our school closed Friday The
I teacher and pupils were sorry
that the teaeuers wars nrt
that the teachers were not em
ployed .or unother term.
The Hooe school turned out its
graduate this year. Which was
Anna AicClanahan. Also hon
1 10 ner teacher Miss Laura Miller
I Service was held here Sunday
. by brother Delay. There wUi be
preaching every lourth Sunday.
! L. K. McClanahan and wife v is-
ited the family of Char lei Oliver
Joe McClanahan and sister, Mis
Anna were guests of their sister,
i Mrs. Joe Pbagiary, near Perkins
Ml Anna Mpf'lanahon ...
I Be n um Saturday
to get her dip-
I There w'm be church here every
4th Sunday at 3 p. m. beginning
May every body invited.
Alvln Carter and Joe Skidmore
went to Oran Monday horse
Miss Anna McClanahan look
.awful lonesome s-uuday. Wonder
our Sunday school is not pro
i greasing very much
j The Post Card Kid was on the
j The little' girl that S. K. Mc
Clanahan is having chills.
The State school inspector was
here last week, examining our
uign M?nooi He found the work
all exceptionally good, so ours
was t,ut on the list of approved
high schools. We owe the credit
given to us to Mr. Waldo John
son, who has brought the work
up to the present standard in the
four .v ear, he has taught here.
Sunday afternoon, while Theon
Heiaserer was riding through
town in his automobile, he struck
a stump, throwing the little child
which v as in Mrs. Heisserer s
arms forwuid into the wind--hieid
cutting a wound about two
inches in length.
E A. Wells was here on business
a few days of last week. He left
for Murphysboro. 111., Sunday.
Mr Budges wm have charge of
the new drug store, installed here
by T. s. Hollenbeck, of Illino.
Mr. and Mrs. Hope celebrated
ther Wooden wed'iing last Sat
W. W. Pick thorn left for a trip
to St. Louis Sunday night.
O P. Adams returned from Ken
Anceli has a post office, now
The ice plant shipped its first
car of ice to MeU & Bro. at Oran
They have received 443,000 bot
tles and 11.000 cans and will
soon beready with their bottling
works and cold storage.
The Misses Pearl Blocker, and
Evilin and Alvina Witt and Allie
Morris visited Alma Miller Sun
day. They ail had a splendid
The dwelling houses or Mi
Manley, Mr. Moore and Mrs. .u.e.
Smith were destroyed by rue
While chopping posts a splinter
flew in the eye of Wendolin Kil
hafner and it is feared he will
lose his eya
Miss Lucy Halter cued of spinal
meningitis Friday and was bur
ied at the Catholic cemeterv at
Levi Miller and Adam Halter
and their best girls were out
Jas.t Blocker. Ben Turner and
Maynard Painter were at Kelso
Wrm. Hahn of "Kew Hamburg
visited bis brother. PhilllD Fri-
Miss Amanda Metz of Oran vis
ited her brother, Wm. last week.
Batt Blocker has returned from
a visit to Arkansas.
Martin Brucker. Jaa. Shoemaker
and Charlie levin, of Perkins, Jes
sie Beckland and Frank Spain, of
Back slough were' here Sunday.
Henry Thomas and family and
Carolina Beckland spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs Valley Marshl
no, at Perkins.
Jacob Ourt went to Oran after
his team and waggon. He has
had them over there for a niontn
on account of high water.
Miss Emma Bol.inger went to
Benton last week, to stay with
her grand mother, Mrs. Ellxebeth
Leo Schlitt and Frank McGates
were blowing stumps out with
dynamite last week, and did good
Frank Essner and wife, visited
their daughter, Mrs Leo Schlitt
a few days of last week.
Lawrence S. hae er bought a
fine horte from Frank Heisserer
for $120. it's a dandy.
Wm. Fisher and lanilly of Per
kins spent Sunday with the lam
ily Ot Frank Mctiates.
Chas. Able had some of his fing
ers cut oif while working at bis
Edward Hlmmelbache is work
ing for Martin Brucker this sum
mer. Louis Glastetter, of DeRay was
here one lay last w eek.
Mrs. Carolina Beckiand, of Ark.,
is visiting here.
Samuel Gentry went to Allen
Presley Kodeubery was hit and
Lnstauuy kiileu Saturday evening
by Will Stacy, in a saloon brawl
which started in Burknarts sa
loon and ended In tue rear yard
Miss Lucy, an IS year old
daughter, oi Roman u. Halter,
died at her home in Chaffee, Fri
day of spinal meningitis. She
was buried bare Saturday.
The entertainment given by the
Oran Concert band last Tuesday
night was well attended and con
sidered a success by the banc?
Alired Pobst, Iroui B.eda has
bought the Ruius Moore restaur
ant. Albert says he is prepared
to serve meals on snort notice.
Oran has a protracted meetings.
In lull swing this week. Baptist
Methodist and baucti.ied churches
all going at the same time.
Lynn Stacy was m Oran Sun
day with a party of sight-seers
Barney Lauck and Frank Bak
er, of near Jackson are in town,
tncle Mike Enderie, of Kelso,
visited his son, Frank, a lew days
Father Helmbacher has pur
chased a new 4S horse power car.
Pick Mitchell was visiting in
Oran Sunday. I
Dennis Graeser and John Biat-
teli of New Hamburg were here 1
Sanford Hahn of Sikeston was
in Oran Satuiday.
Pres. Rodenbury. who was kill
ed in a list light, at Oran last
Saturday evening was buried in
the Morley cemetery Sunday.
Alex Foster and family, who
have been visiting relatives here,
returned to their home at Beli
Mrs. Wm. BUsell is very sick.
Mrs. Wm. Bissell. also Mrs.
Brodaker are reported very sick.
r Huffstuttler. of near Blodgett
visited his brother, W. T. Huff
stuttler. here last week.
W W. Bray closed his school at
Cl'OWder, and Mrs Lutie Wooten
at Marshall. Friday.
Wilson Jacobs, of Crowder,
came up Friday, and went to
Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Percy, who
have been sick for some time, are
Eli Ward and family visited Mr.
Wards mother, Mrs. E. L, Dover
Gale Porte.- and wile visited Mr
and Mrs. Alpha Emerson Sunday.
The Iron Mountain R R. Co., la
building a new water tank.
FROM LONE ROCK
The Misses Hattle and Maggie
Slinkard. and lona Blocker, and
Messrs Riley Slinkard, Tillman
Blocker, Wm. Howell and family
attended the graduating exer
cises at Benton Saturday.
The Misses Ruth Hughs, Collets
ta and Laura Pobst spent Sun
day with the latters brother. Af
fred Pobst, of Oran.
The Wylie school closed Friday
and J. A. Richards, the teacher,
returned to his home at Marble
A residence in Chaffee, belong
ing to Mrs Joeephene Smith
burned iast week.
Johnny Prindie, who has been
seriously sick, is improving.
Mrs Jas. Blocker is sick.
Joe Witt Is very sick.
Batt Blocker, who has been in
Kansas City for some time, re
turned home last week.
Miss Lillie Bynum won the prize
in the 8th grade contest at the
Methodist church Friday night
The ether contestants wer Ruth
Harris, Maud Miller and Lilian
Keie All did we!!. Prof. Kob
bins of the Caj Normal acted UH
Subscribe lot the only Kick?r.
Miss Maggie Adams visited at
Ci owder a few days last week.
Mis Opel Ogunf jf rpinmerre
spent Saturday night with Miss
There will be Sunday school at
Chewnings chapel at J a in. Sun
Earnest Thompson, of the Cape
spent last week with Ira Wright
Some corn is planted and wheat
A. H. Adams was at Blodgett
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HERE AND YONDE
least Week the press of the na
tion teemed with accounts of the
Titanic disaster at am. In which
over 1,500 !lv were sniffed out
a full account of wh'. 'h appears
on another page The ablp struck
an iceberg. Why ahoid 1,500
people drown on a ablp that was
four hours In sinking? Was It
hot became there were not suffi
cient life-boats? Why was there
a scarcity of lire-boats? Was It
not becauee life-boats cost mon
ey and take up valuable room on
the ship? When ships are run for
safety instead of profit, there
will be more life-boats on board
But an investigation by the Uni
ted States senate was Immediate
ly ordered. Why? Because many
of those that perished were of the
"better class." How often nave
you read of mine horrors where
men and boys were trapped like
rats and left to die by Inched be
cause of the failure of the owners
to provide safety Did you ever
hear of a senate Investigation
there? In a New York shirt
waist factory a fire broke out
last year. Because it w as feared
that the employes might get
away with some of the goods the
doors were kept locked. There
was no escape for the girls and
hundreds of them perished. Did
you bear of any tenate Investiga
ting committee there? Oh, no.
But public sentiment forced the
arrest of the owners, a sham trial
was held and the blame laid on
God! The owners were acquited.
Frederick town seems to have
an epidemic of incendiarism
Last winter the Madison Hotel
was set on fire and destroyed. It
seems that it was the result of
factional strife. Last week Joe
Scbrum and Clarence Umfleet
were arrested charged with the
offense. What evidence there is
against the men Is unknown, but
the authorities believe that the
mystery Will now be uncovered
Last week it was discovered that
an Incendiary tried to burn the
barn of Z T. Berryman. A large
hole had been burned, but the fire
went out all of which looks bad
for the city that boasts of its
schools and churches and prohi
bition. Nothing prospers in Scott coun
ty like a good, pious-faced Demo
crat one who can let go of some
"beautiful prayera" Squire Mil
ler, of Benton, haa received a let
ter from a piano house asking
him to locate the piano bought
by T. F. Rucker. late editor of
the court house organ. This is
the piano that was up in the sub
scription contest and awarded to
Tom Baty. of Blodgett It has
not been paid for. Poor Tom !
He came near losing his Democ
racy when he got bornswaggled
out of the automobile and now
he loses the piano.
For the past month, owing to
delayed mails, several corres
pondents got in each week after
publication. Hence we hope for
better service. But corresponds
should mail their letters as early
In the week as possible. '
Farms that never overflow
We have a few that we can give
possession yet this spring. Good,
healthy places. Size and terms to
suit you. Ripley County Realty
Co. Doniphan. Mo. Lock Bos 14.
W. J, Stone a former resident
of this county, but now of Clark
ton, was here last week. He
says there is quite a colony of
Scott county Socialists down
The closing exercises of the
school were held Friday after
noon. In spite of the rain there
were 44 visitors. The program
consisted of recitations, a wand
drill, a play, several motion songs
and a number of other songs.
After the exercises prizes were
awarded for best attendance and
one for scholarship Pauline Eif
ert received the one for scholar
ship. Paul Uelsmann. Carl Roth
Augusta Elfert and Nellie Bates
were present every day and each
received a prize
For April Head school had an
enrollment of -4, with an aver
age daily attendance of 18. The
following pupils were present ev
every day Paul Pelsmann, Carl
Roth, Walter and Hilda Uelsmann
Nellie Bates, Pauline Elfert, Emi
lie and Dina Sander. Aug. Eifert.
County Supt. Harris visited the
The confirmation of the Eng
lish class will take place at the
Lutheran chuch next Sunday.
Miss Martha Roth of Cape vis
ited home folks here last week.
Judge Albrecht was at Benton
FROM CROSS PLAINS
Miss Grace Ca raker intertained
a crowd of young folks Saturday
night. Among those present were
Misses Ruby Norton, Mamye Hum
phrey, Russia Hayden, Lillian
Spaulding, Edith Rapp Sophia
Spaulding. and a large crowd of
boys Ail report a jolly time.
Miss Vinora Leinley left home
last Saturday selling face cream,
and hasn't been heard of since.
They have had people searching
for her ever since she has been
gone, but nothing has been heard
Miss Ruby Norton, of Neelys
lauding attended the graduation
exercises at Benton, Miss Ruby
had three graduates this year
She has the Hickory Grove school
for the insuing year.
John Laub and wife of Lam
bert ville spent Saturday night
with her sister, Mrs Jaa Ca ra
ker. Uncle Bill Jehien spent a few
days of last week at lllmo.
A jolly crowd gathered at the
home of Joe Welter Sunday.
Those present were Fred Lux,
John Relnagle, Will and Ed. Seyer
Ed. and Andy Scherer, Ed. Hahn,
Joe Seyer, Albert Enderie, Leo
and Fred Wattle, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Me amer, Coletta and Hcr-
mlna Compas, Alvina Lux, Pauli
na Dofiogne. Clra and Rvilna
Beyer, Alvina Messmer Bertha
and Julia Enderie. All had a
Mrs. Chas. Robert of Cape Gir
ardeau Thursday and was burled
in the Catholic cemetery Sunday.
Abot 2 hundred people attended
Mra Joe Blattel and daughter.
Paulina were at Commerce Sat
urttiy. The Misses Clara and Rosa Zent
attended church here Sunday.
Mr. and Mra Chas. Berger at
tended church here Sunday.
Bernard and Victor Scherer
were at Kelso Sunday
Lost. Between Cary, Morley A
OrBn, a receipt book with imita
tion morocco cover, big letter S
with Singer Sewing Machine prin
ted on It. Finder please return to
W. A. Maddox, Oran, Mo. Reward
For Sale. A Blue Ribbon cane
mill, No.8 ; a cook pan 44x144 In
ches, and rocking furnaae. WUI
sell or trade for live stock.
C. H. HATCHER, Blodgett. Mo.
21-2t JL F. D. 1, Box 19
Notice. Will the farmer who
borrowed our wire etrecher last
fall please return same to us? A.
ft D. Schreifer, Fornfelt Ma
For Sale A 3-story hotel and
saloon building at Fornfelt. Good
patronage, Profitable property,
Mrs. H. Losse, Fornfelt, Mo. 20-5t
For Sale. Two good workmules
6 and 8 years old ; two 2-year-old
this spring mules, and a 3-year-old
pony mare, Louis Schramm,
1.8-tf. Rfd. 1., Oran, Mo.
The less brains the Demo-Republican
wage slave has the better.
CHATTEL OR WAGE-SLAVERY?
Say, Mr. Hired Man, when you
get sick or crippled, don't you
wish you were of as" much impor
tance as a chattel slave of 50
years ago? I don't mean just
common laborers alone or tramps
but you $50 a month counter
hop pons that think you are It.
The difference between you and
he tramp to that be gets an oc
casional "job" and you get an
occasional "position". At the
end of the year you are in debt,
but the tramp lent
As compared with the black
slave, when he got alck he got
the best of medical attention
the same as a fine horse or cow
Does your boss ever worry a
bout the attention you get when
you are sick?
0b, you fool! Not as well off
as a chattel slave and yet you
will try to look wise and Imagine
yourself smart just as I used to
when I owed for the clothes on
my back. 1
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SIR ARCADIAN. No. 48964.
Is a dark bay. 16 hands high, five
years old this V&SJlJ
standard bred, registered trotter
He was sired by Echo Bell, record.
2:21 8-4. son of Allerton. 200 1-4
sire of I,aconda. 2.02. Dam. Plato
Alto Bell. (8) 222 1-2 Second
dam, Beautiful Bella 2.29 1-4,
dam of 11 standard performers.
Bir Arcadian will stand at the
Joe Ellis farm, one mile west of
Commerce, during the season of
Terms--To insure Living Colt,
$15; money due as soon as the
fact is ascertained, or the mare'
sold, tranea or nwnw 'rr"
county. Colt held as security.
Care will be taken to prevent
accident, but will not be respon
sible should any occur.
DAVIS BROTHERS, Owners.
FRITZ KOHL. NO. 1561,
Is a seal brown, of German Coach
stock. 16 hands high. 0 years old,
this spring, and weighs 1,460 lbs.
He was sired by Imported Obren,
No. 1565; he by Egenhard. No
872 Dam. Miss Ludrick. No. 1.41
by Young Modine. No. 811.
ST. DANIEL Is a lipht bay, IB
hands high, weight 1.100 pounds,
11 years old this spring, and is a
thorough-bred registered harnesi
stallion. Fritz Kohl and St. Dan
iel will stand during the season
of 1912 at the barn of J, T. Wil
liams in Ziegler's addition to Ed
na (Fornfelt). For location ask
at Losses saloon.
Terms. Either animal, to in
sure. $10.00. Money due as soon
as the fact is ascertained, or the
mare sold traded or removed from
the county. Care will be taken to
prevent accident, but will not be
responsible should any occur.
Colt held as security for iBtVtoa
fee. L. ft BEOOS, Owner