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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

r- W THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTT. MISSOURI fc Urn mi iw i,mw Wt in YIELD MlffiS WAR AND PEACE IN CHAMPAGNE COUNTRY PJPflP fl rHITPUffH1 RfTIA FNTFVC pwsOTarrowmwawism uniunuu GjU I uflLffu vuDIfl Jull 1 Lffu) GEIERIL1ESUIM OFTS RAISE MEAT PRIGS ENEMY'S LAND; RAID RAILROAD Germans Unable to Hold Position Against Persistent Attack of Allies. PACKERS DENY THEY CAUSED ADVANCE SAY SUPPLY IS NOT THREATENED. DEMOCRAT8 RETAIN CONTROL OF CONGRESS BY REDUCED MAJORITY. FRENCH DRIVE GERMANS FROM AISNE HEIGHTS MAKE AD. VANCE AT CENTER. BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON JUMP SIEGE LASTED THREE MONTHS REPUBLICANS ARE JUBILANT i IA0 HI ; iT RECENT ELECTION IjQst of the Kaiser's Possessions on tho Asiatic Mainland German Troops Retire From the Ysor Mak ing Preparations for Attack Else where France Declares War on Turkey British Warships Sunk by Germans Off Chilean Coast. Tokyo, Nov. 7. It Is officially an nounced that Uio German fortress of Tsing Tao has surrendered to tho Jap anese and British forces. The first st...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

?nm!mi $ ) THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. fa .. "H J,'.MA,ali.4ri - w , WJtaui ff yt H'liMI IWM' LESS COHON ACREAGE LARGEST COTTON CROf3 DEFENDS POPULAR REMEDIES Put That Pain to Use Cotton Growers Will Profit by Severe Lesson. Up to Individual Farmer to Decide What Crops Can Be Grown Mo3t Successfully Experts Preach Doctrine of Diversification. Indications aro that the fnrmcra of tho cotton-growing states lmvu profited by thu severe lesson that has boon taught thom by tho failure of tho cot ton murkest, and thoro will bo a great decreaso In tho cotton acreage. Tho next serious problem that confronts tho southern farmer Is, "What shall 1 plant in tho place of cotton?" The unanimous advice of agricul tural exports Is for tho raising of more food crops, grain and live stock. Tho more popular of these crops are wheat, oats and alfalfa. Other prollt- nblo crops suggested nro pea vine,' sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, cow pens, corn, sugar cane, sorghum, vel vet bean, clover, rye, to...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. '. i 'i y T. J. TRAUTMANN rhjHicinn and Surgeon Office pbono 60. Roaldoneo 60. Hayti, - - Missouri. F. A. MAYES PlijBicinn and Surgeon Hayti, Missouri . S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER llayti, Mo. Room 10, Keystone Bld,. Olllce: J. S. GOSSOM i'roaocuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil Bnainesa Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Caruthbrsville, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty ATTORNEYS-AT-LiAW Will practice in all the courts Offlce Over Poet Office Carutuersville, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL. ESTATE AND INSURANCE lies. Phono 28 Office Phone 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE DUILDINC J. M. Notary Public Res. Phone 96 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI piRE Jnsurance TttftTS GOOD L. C. AVERILL BOB BROOKS Moves Houses, Drives and Repairs Pumps. Will go anywhere in the county and do all work promptly and us it should lie done. Am especially prepared to do the work, and can savo...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

"" 'm tyfWt TYr-2'&Jl? THE HAYTI iiJciiJrvL VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1014. NO. 1. i-rtW(Hn5r rmiiw&7wbvj-$ rr w i a ! i 1 No wonder humiin life is hold so cheaply in this county when a man can getofhYiid advice before the act ol murder and then after the act walk into town and ur rendortotheollicerwiihwhonihe had previously advised and be permitted to go on his own re- cognizance without any legal in estimation whatever. This hap-' pened in Hayti township this week, anil is the last olticial act( ol the justiceCr)" who leated by the voters. w,t 6 Beautiful Teaspoons Free. IW11.M l'liULlllKhS, ol SI l.olils, .Mi. tin- blKtfi'&t and lji-st .lui-iiiulitlll.v f.u III .mil iiki icultiir.it iiii i inltititl in tin' I'nlti'd Stati, ulfi-f. tn M'ii.1 six bfiiutl iiil Iuiiriiooiii tu au.N mil' who .vends -5 U'tlls UJI 11 lllll- fill fin siibs.t lntluii. or i in- duzon spoons tor a twu-yvur sub- iltitl'Mi at r.U f.-iits Tln iiuons urn 'iv Indies 111 liiituh u...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

r "-tt '4j0Qfmm&Fni ".W - -VT, ,f ' (p wqr i 7 7 -vnv-inyTnjfcr SSSs? iMSpga THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Dixie Reed was in from the farm Saturday. Judge Jas. Fousb of Concord was in this city awhile Friday. Canvas gloves for inon. women and boys, at Buckley's. 52tf Sid Oates made a business trip to Caruthersville Saturday. Our stock of D. M. C. thread is still complete. Buckley's, "j-U Harry Henderson of Concord motored down to this city Sun day. Wo will buy jour pucans und paj market prices. Huokkn. "2tf H. H. Thompson, superintend ent of the county larm, paid this otnee a pleasant, call Friday. I'eaberry eolTeo. extra ;;d, special for 25c per pound. K. K. Stanley, flltf J. R. Brewer, the well known lawyer, came down from New Madrid Saturday to look alter legal matters. J. E. Duncan and Glen Vandi vort of Caruthersville were in litis city a short while Friday night. Master built shoes, for men are all that the name...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

f ,vr- THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. NEW KRUPP GUNS FOR KAISER'S FLEET U1S1MAH1NES LAND li TURKEY REPORT I THE VV BRAND TUOIUAIIX OFFICIALS AT WASHINGTON ARE SLOW IN GIVING RUMOR CREDIT, HOWEVER. REVOLVER AND PISTOL CARTRIDGES. wmcmsim ra VFTT im jM MRtal mm mH 8 I i II I'; n il i M 1111111 KAISER REPULSED BY ALLIES Britain and France Declare War Against Ottoman fmplrc Ger mans, Re-enforced, In New Drive lor Sea Coast. 1 SM 1 Q il I i I J iP3W&fj Paris. Tho Temps lias received a report stating Unit American marines have- been landed ut Beirut, Syria, for tho protccUou of American interests. ! Winchester Revolver and Pistol cart ridges in all calibers prove their sup eriority by the targets they make. Shoot them and you'll find they are ACCURATE, CLEAftU SURE esseseezs t&jafisajsgzi&&g& This is one of tbo latest Krupp guns, several of which, it is said, havo been mounted on the German battlC fihipb. SINKING OF FOUR GERMAN DESTROYERS Washington. Neither tho na...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm -? - - -T--r -. r "wp,jjyhi-'? ijr-?,'jiv,rTT,f, THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. ftTvnwjfXvws5- "'; x SITE UNIVERSITY FIGHTS CHOLERA MOG INDUSTRY SUFFERS LOSS OF MILLION D0LLAR3 EVERY YEAR. iBIG PER CENT CAN BE SAVED Specialists In Hog Treatment Will Be Sent to Each County Where an Outbreak Occurs To Also Organlzo Clubs. Jefferson City. Tho collego ot agriculture of the University of Missouri has begun a .campaign in Cass county to eradicate hog cholera. This work, which was istarted last year in Johnson county, is carried on by counties. College ex perts organize farmers into anti-hog cholera clubs. Tho collego will lccei) a specialist in -the county as long as any trace of tho , disease exists. Tho collego is building a plant for ho manufacture of hog cholera serum. Demand for serum from the farmers ot the stale has Increased 80 per cent over that of last year. Tho plant will bo completed Dee. 1. The college dur ing thoyear sent out 20S.G19 doses of serum...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

t(lj ii ' nmi tmyinw MMM MW mil ! J" - ,V1 - -I T?....S .T--, .--- THE HAYTI HERALD.- HAYTI, MISSOURI. I SCHOOL NOTES. HyW. H JOHNSON, Supt. The High School girls had the most closely contested basket ball game in two years when they played the Lilbourn girls at Lil-1 bourn last Friday afternoon. The ' girls knew Lilbourn had a rather1 strong team, but thought they' could beat them without any great effort. The close of the' iirst hair was 7-4 in favor of Lil bourn. Then our girls realized that defeat was staring them in the face and that hard playing must be done to overcome this lead. Hard playing did begin, and the seeming defeat was turned into a victory. At the close of the second the final score was 10 to 12 in favor of Hayti. It is useless to say how jubilant our girls were over this victory. Next .Friday afternoon at 4:15 the Lil bourn girls will be here to n turn the game. If you want to see a real game of girls' basket ball, come to see this one. Do you know of any childre...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

'ST' ,1 Historical Ooof0ty 1 fn 1 HAY1I & i y VJl VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914. NO. 2. "Slq f (-MpM:(,5r Tiiir X X JLJj HERALD $a $ 1 SCHOOL NOTES. BW. H.JOHHbON, Supt. HONOR ROLL, SECOND MONTH. High School. Hugh Harbert, Bonnie Oates, Joseph Kohn, Blair Buckley, Earl Ray buck, Lillio &prayberry, Ellis Kohn, Nat Buckley, George Sigler, Hattie Mae Argo, Walter Dorns, fearl j Gotsher of Hayti, Friday, Ohlsm. , .Pratt was held to the circuit Miss Jessie Hill's Room. Har- com.t under a $2,000 bond; in the ry Curtner, Earl MolOlheny, Ar- absence of sureties on which he thus Woods, Harold Prelim, is languishing in jail. Houston Buckley, Carl Sigler, j ye were not present at the ex Carrie Sigler, Mabel Erwin. Floy animation, but ve haw talked Whitelock, Beatrice Troutt, Al- j vitli reliable u.en who were pres berta Alexander, Iva Alexander, ' ent, and they mh.mii to leel that Lillian Elliston. I the evidence in Pratt's defense MiSS Ruth Hill's RQOm. Rutll ! ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

ii in ! mil mf if onnrtiW"111" "SW"" "-'-'" THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. BLIZZARD HITS BIGGEST FIGHT OF WORLD WAR STOCKYARDS OPEN BELIEVE BRITISH . WARSHIP IS LOST KAISER WILHELM AT THE FRONT Jh IT 3 VOTES TO SHE PACKING HOUSES ARE DISIN FECTED AGAINST FOOT AND MOUTH DI8EASE. RETURN8 SHOW MISSOURI LEG. ISLATURE WITH SCANT DEM. OCRATIC MAJORITY. Audacious Reported to Have Been Victim 'of Mine Off the Irish Coast. (CESSATION OF SHOT AND SHELL AFFORD8 LITTLE RELIEF TO 80LDIER8. EXPERTS SAY DANGER'S PAST PROGRESSIVE WILL BE LONELY IS FIRST-CLASS BATTLESHIP 4 HMD ATS 111 1 CHICAGO ! (DIXMUDE PROVES A DEATH TRAP TO ITS CONQUERORS Allies Drive Germans Back Across Yser Paris Claims Gain, Report. .Ing Invaders Repulsed With Severe Losses Berlin Announces Capture of Several Hundred Men and Two Machine Guns British Dread nought Sunk By German Mlno Trenches Filled With Water. Paris. Tho Germans wero driven Crom the only position they hold on tho loft bank of tho River Ysor, los ing a. foo...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

hV- ,''3J$!5iijW ffm1! E3jfflifiPfflgsg ' JVM . M 1 1ST UNIQUE TDff "Buy-a-Bale of Cotton" Move ment Restored Confidence. AID GIVEN COTTON GROWERS Prevented Flooding Market With Thousands of Bales When There Was No Demand Atlanta Ed itor Originator of Idea. The "btiy-n-bnlo of cotton"" move ment, ono of the most unique of Its kind ever launched In the United States, accomplished for tho South more than anything else at that time could have done, namely, It restored confidence when business In the South was chaotic; placed a standard price of ten cents n pound on cotton, and provented tho flooding of'tho market with thousands of bales when there was absolutely no demand, which would have resulted In a calamity for the southern states. Because of the large area over which this movement spread, and the lack of organization between the cities in which the "buy-a-balo" movement was being agitated, anything like an ac curate estimate of tho number of bales' disposed of is impossible, but ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

ttimnwmirmmmmmimmmrnxl THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 1 t M .) 1 I x. T. J. TRAUTMANN riiysicinn and Surgeon Office phono 60. Residence 60. IIA.YTI, . MlBSODIU. F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon HAYTI, --. MIB80UBI S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will I'ractlco In All Courts. Hayli, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER llayti, - - Mo. Olllce: Room 10, Keystono Bldp. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemisoot Co. All Kinds of Civil Hasinesa Promptly Attended to Office in Court House OARUTHEB8VII.LE, - MISSOURI duncan & Mccarty ATTOItNEYS-AT-LAW Will practice in all the courts Office Over Pont Office Caruthkhsviiae, Mo. Phone 168. P. S. RAVENSTEflN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Kes. Phono 28 Office Phone 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING J. M. Notary Public Res. Phone 98 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI pIRE JNSURANCE TriftT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL BOB BROOKS Moves Houses, Drives and Repairs Pumps. Will o anywhere in the county and do all work promptly and us it should ho done. Am especially pre...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

-V-ii''cEMpiti ti n HAYTI HERALD irlii, VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914. NO. 2. An Eel Story. This is a story about eels eels eels motorcycles and s o m el men, but mostly eels. If you don't like a slick story, "slick as an eel," better not read it. There is nothing lorg about it, either, except the eels, and they were from two to six feet. It came about this way: Last Saturday afternoon Henry Dortch, Dan Dortch, Tom Burch, Ward Dor ris, .Tim Oates, Pat Murphy, braggadocio Roy and Sim Slick mounted their motorcycles and sped away. Those who have seen Tom Burch and Henry Dortch set the pace know what speed means. Their destination was at a point on the Mississippi river a mile above Gayoso. Their al leged purpose was to camp out lor the night, and to catch fish, to fry fish, and to eat fish. They did lish, but only eels bit, and only eels were caught. Such eels! Twenty one of them were landed and ranged from two to six feet long. But the boys wanted fish. Some sa...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

,i)t tjw jtiv,' H.VWini-tV V "V-Lpntf' '-1 ""t1 -VV VJW"rli:v' (v?"'? vWSETVplf - 7. - $ 1 r JN $ THE HAY.TI HERALD. . HAYTL MISSOURI. mu -t It IL )M LCTAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not'See it Here it is Tom Lewis was hero rom Braggadocio Friday. x Pure California lionoy in nny size pnekajjo at Buckley's. 52tf Mrs. W. II. Finch was ill ln.nt. week. Pecans wanted at R h. Pophum's store, at Carlutuu. oltf Theo. Klinldmrdb vyus in from the farm awhile Saturday. A fine, full made, union overall for nne dollar, at Buckle. V ."2tl Win. Phoenix of Concord was in town Saturday. Canvas gloves for ini'ii, women and boys, at Buckley's. 62tf C. W. Camliold was a Carulh ville visitor last Friday. Out- stock of D. -M. C thread is still complete. Buckle ', 52tf Riley Orton of Braggadocio at tended to business in this city Friday. ' Excel lo flour is still in the lead. You can get it at Buckley's on!. 52tf R. D. Sanders, the Concord constable, came down Saturday afternoon to see the sights. Wo w...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

rUmnkim tt-. tmwct, jzj -2T-rtTti 1 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTT, MISSOURI tau&mwvimtm.mBimMmw.m ( I J 4 i " 't Iff V c, . THE COUNTRY'S WAR AGAINST THE FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE Prepared by the United Statco Depart ment of Agriculture. Fourteen Btntes havo been quaran tined by tlio United Stntes govern ment for foot-and-mouth disease Massachusetts, Rhodo Island, New York, Now Jersey, Delnwaro, Pennsyl vania, Maryland, Ohio, Indiana, Illi nois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and Kentucky. This disease la new to farmers of the United States, for thero havo been only flvo outbreaks In tho history of the country and of these tho first threo were unimportant and tho two others confined to n. com paratively limited area. In Europe, however, It has long been a well known and dread scourago. Should Jt over bo permitted to establish it self as firmly hero it would cause not only tremendous losses to stock but lHwraWP LH& Hvp ! rw T" ' t h' b" s - 1 3Hoftan& :.:?Bfeos &r 3Z&';&: V...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

fjppr .w r- tOKqnBaptfHV- . 'JtilarriWsViSaggpSp ftf 1 ; TT't A KFiwra '. si ""i THE HAYTJ HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. " " . iii?.1 '" A B!0 SCHOOL l$ET Three Thousand Teachers At tend Missouri State Asso ciation at St. Joseph. FINE PROGRAM IS PREPARED Widely Known Educators Address Flfty-thlrd Annual .Convention - on Topics of Interest. The Missouri State Teachers' Asso ciation hold Its fifty-third annual ses sion Tor three days in St. Joseph re cently. Tlio attendance was the larg est since the association was organ ized, with more than three thousand teachers present, representing every school district in the state. Largo delegations came from St. .Louis and Kansas City, and many who could not get accommodations at the hotels were entertained at private homes. The convention was called to order by C. A. Phillips of Warrensburg, president of the state association, and an address of welcome was delivered by Mayor Elliot Marshall, which was responded to by Dr. J. A. Thompson, president...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 November 1914

H.MM.MII...I - TT-VV" r""""' "- " ' w?wjjjr THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. "Wff ; . i Shall Peace Prevail?. Time, aftor time, during the past several months, while go ing about our business on the public streets, we have been in sulted by-a certain person, who is not a gentleman, and the same person has even gone so far as to use the telephone to insult our iamily, who stay at home and at tend to their own business, and the kinsmen of this person have stooped to the lowest depths to injure us and ours and to dis grace and humiliate little lives just budding into the world, and now, at this late day, after al ways getting back in double measure what was sent and tast ing the gall of their own iniquity, it. must be with poor grace that we are approached with the re quest: "Mr. York, you would do me a great favor if you would not again refer to my family." We say, at this late day, when their every effort has met with ignominious defeat and they are J ace to face with the stern and...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 November 1914

-r ' i -; '-Vf- SSi Hf.torfo.1 tfc,er, U T HAYTI HERALD mm I I"""""1! I""H X 1 11 j VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914. NO. 3. V SOME OFFICIAL COUNTS. uussnr's majoiuty. The ofllcial count, of the vote of the fourteenth congressional dis trict shows Russell's majority over Tom Brown to be 1,080, the . total vote for Russell bciug 23,205 to 22,200 for Brown. Compared to this the vote of 1912 was: litis sel 20,081 to Curry 25,000, Rns oil's majority that year being 1,015. This shows Russell's ma jority vas twenty-one votes more this year thau two years ago. The above figures also show that the democratic vote of the dis trict was about 8,U00 less than two years ago and the republican about 2,000 less, so in this con gressional district, counting democrats and republicans there were at least 5,000 voters who .did not vote at all. For a few days after the election this district was claimed by the republicans and it was in this district the republicans made their most v...

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