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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 10 October 1912

JUDGE FARIS RESIGNS. Kollowinti; is tin l'L'inutioii of EDITORIAL COMMENTS. Burning of the Frisco Depot at Hayti, February 22, 1911. , MKN WITH A PAST. ! Mi'cmuso a man liusiiiiulo a mis take in life, ropi-nts and nu chas. H. Kuris, circuit, jurist', sent to tho governor Wudimsdil.v: As one. of tin nominees of the demo cratic party for jmhre of th" supreme ; Uoavoi-.s to lead u now life thcro conrt.l feel tin,!, in justice to my ,,.,- honhnl. ()Lhing held luraint t'.toiny collcylli'S upon the ticket ,, ,, ., , , , , and umiijsoII. I m.!ihiinn,w.i it n tho e.mt ni.'.v, ho should tie tiiiu ti Mfnttinu- m. iiiMMisiinisiiiv bi'i'tn'ounigcd. A liclping liand nmony the vdH'I'-. I iiiii i'1-liiriiiiit u -should lie oxtonded. It. is only ilo this while driiwlny u -;tlar from ,, ,mm)W tnindod wlio lll.d it in the si:,,, for erv.ees upon the circuit ,,,.,. ,11lU .,..,,..,.. Scvi'i'iil .vt'itrs ii'n a llrot-klvu hi'lich i a No leel tlm' it i- dm tie- pi'oiih' tliut the be allotted ,in opportun...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 10 October 1912

rft tiiKCTrnrwWW&jt r -r - ''V" v LOCAL AND PERSONAL. M. B. Dunavant was over from CarufchorsvHle Monday. Rodfold Rubber Roofing tho best composition rooting made, at East Ark. Lbr. Co. 27 tf .Too Foust of Concord attended to business in this city Tuesday. J. P. Patterson has his name on our honor roll. There Is a nice premium coming to jou when you sjicnd ten dollars cash at Buckley's. Ask for it. J. W. McFarland was here frotri Caruthersville Tuesday. John E. Duncan of Caruthers ville' was in this city a short while Tuesday night. Boxing Lumber For Sale It Is er cheap. See J. S. (Svcamorc) Sturm, Hayti, Mo. 39 Judge G. R. Henderson and family of Concord were in Hayti Tuesday evening. B. L. Guffy, the postmaster politician, was in Caruthersville Monday. Cotton Pickers Wanted To use No Chaps for sore hands. Dr. Traut manns Drug Store. J. L. Dorris and wife, and son, "Walter, left for St. Louis Mon day, to attend the Veiled Prophet. Pete Sanders and family have moved to town agai...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 10 October 1912

WW"""VqPT: ' t TPS, - M-fH'lr" V"f V' j Vffl?'Ht i.i Hffryr. " ' ." S' '' 1 1 IJLli 1 l 111 1 li il,il A J AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. IIAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1912. NO. 18. REPUBLICANS' EXTRAVAGANCE Government Cost More Than Doubled Under Roosevelt. DEMOCRATS' GREAT RECORD Startling Figures Which Show That the Coit of Our National Exlstcn. t and the High Coet of Living Must Be Reduced. Under a proper downward mvlulon of the Republican tariff schedules the people of the United States would tare $2,000,000,000 each year, or over $100 per family on manufactured goodB alone. President Taft's vetoes of the wool tariff bill and the steel tariff measure passed by a Democratic house COST THE PEOl'LE OP THE IJNITBO STATES ABOUT $650,000,000 PEH ANNUM. The cost of conducting the federal government MORE THAN DOUBLED between the cIobu of President Cleve land's second administration (Demo cratic) and the beginning of President Roosevelt's second administration (R...

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. — 10 October 1912

GOVERNOR ViOODROW WILS0N, Democratic Nominee for President of the United States. ,One of MRS. CONE JOHNSON, I the Vice-Presidents of the Woman's National Wilson and Marshal Organization. .. ,s5K54ta !!;', .)" 1iJ 1 ; ,. W .A, i . .j$ w Jfe-V-L'; :A Hb "if ' Mrs. Cone Johiibon or 'll..r i .v ., ..f ti... ..... .., , , ...... ..v. v.i ..in.- luu-JlttSiUUUia OI tilt) Romans Nntlonal Wilson unil Marshall organization uiu! president of thn ' A llson and Marshall Woman's organisation In Texas. Is In New York where the will remain duitmr in,- lest of the presidential campaign hi connection with the work of the national organization at tin- Ik adquiuters in Hie I'll ill Avenue building. Mrs. .Icl.nson cam- east with her htiMand, who H ni.e Of the moht prominent politicians, most successful lawver.H and most led Rant orators In Texas, to attend the Baltimore convention Mr. .lolinseii una ' chairman of thu Texas delegation which, as Is well known wis solid for ' Governor Wilson throughout the...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 17 October 1912

"I "r " HAYTI HERALD I, J AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOl j. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912. NO. 40. sj ROOSEVELT SHOT. WAIF-STATESMAN. Milwaukee, Wis.. Oct, II.- Hopkins. Mo.. Oet. f.- Mayor Cnl Theodore HuHv,.,.lt. ,.xj Henry L. .ki-t of Kansas City president of th l'nit-d States ' will be welcomed in Hopkins and candidate for re-election to! -M'"day for the second time in that office, was shot a ho whs i his life. The first time he was leaving Hotel Gilpulriek shortly lu;l"'' in.v .vent's spoils 11 waif n Iter 8:00 o'clock, as In- lett thol,, wf number of New York hotel to deliver his speech, the , children, either orphans or do luill miring ..iVi.et in Hie lireust. serted by their parents. He re- ami being arrested by the matin-1 turns to Hopkins as the Execu seriptofthe speech, which he live of the second largest, city in carried in his pocket, produced tlu state and an attorney, but a slight wound. The Col., When Jo.sl came here the Hirt continued on h...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 17 October 1912

Ipgji.J, fcidi)wmw THEHAYTI PUnU8Itr.II KVKRY THUI18DAY, Dy Wiluam YonK, Editor and Pun. TK1IMH OF BUHBCIUITION: $1.00 KNTKIIBU ATT1IR WHTOFKICU, IIAYTI, Ofllco in (Mty Hull, nuthweRt Kontn, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I-or President, Woodrow Wilson, for Vice Prrsident, Tims. Marshall. State Ticket Kor Governor, Elliot V. Mujor, Kor Liuuteuunt Governor, W. U. Painter. For Secretary of State, Cornelius Roach. Kor Auditor. John P. Gordon. Kor Attorney General, John T. Rui-kc-r For Treasurer, K. P. Dnul. 1-orR. R. Commissioner, John T. , RradshuAv. Forjudge Supreme Court. Div. No. 1, Henry W.Bond. Forjudges Supreme Court, Div. No. 'J, Uhas. U. Furih. Kobt. P. Walker. For Judge St. Loui-, Court of Appeals, William H. Allen. For Congress, Joe J. llussoll. For State Senutor, Henry Cain. County Ticket. For Representative, Sterling H. Mi Carty. Forjudge, 1st Dist. W. E. Broun. For Judge, 2nd Hist. J. A. BMiop. For Prosecuting Attorney, Jere S. Gossom. For Sheriff, S. H. Jmlen For Treasurer. J. A. Hi...

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. — 17 October 1912

EDITORIAL COMMENTS. I M.Noal, (Jluus. L. Cunningham, '.Tames It. Moore, John VV. Green, - STRANGE, STRANGE! j W. A. Giwn, S. S. Mnrkoy, R. There are some .ttvange thing.- , ' Wai'd, .1. $.. N. Fnrquhar, Toni in this! would, ami suinu of- them ' M- Smith, C 10. Bragg, Geo. j. are hard to account, for, but, in , Slam-U, C. C. Underwood, An tin Unite.l Status, as we aiv all d'ew Hampton, Geo. A. Lamb, guaranteed the equal right to the '-'his. A. l.'row, Luther Shields, pursuit of liberty and happiness ! MeFarland, Carl Huffman, a, id the right of free thought.' First among the list: to raise iiw speech und live action and our.uniuz.'inent is .las. J. Tnr, the right to our religions and nominee on t lie democratic tick- WILLING TO LET THE FARMER PAY THE TAXES. political Opinions, it i strange indeed that so inany do not exer cise that right, but instead st em t become mesmerized, hypno tized; or led, under strange, mys terious and unaccountable in lluerices to pretend to be some tiling ...

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. — 17 October 1912

w U f -1 -?- " i- wwrr T'T'l'WTOIW'l,fTr""''? OTTKW5! "-"TW1 ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Postmaster B. L. Guffy attend political matters at Steele "odnesdny. Ladles, jim can fjet a nice hnndker . iof. 2 for n nickel at Buckley's. 4! A. G. .hiukxm has his name on i or honor roll three cheers for Ulee! The prettiest line of Ureas f-inhams I Buckley's. !!) Oene Pnphiun tfot his nose -Urint," Saturday but it was tv falling off a load of logs. We fid not ask Gene any questions nd don't, know how came him to ill. little mure Arbueklc coffee at the !d price at Hucklej's. While attending to business in 'own the other day, H. Linge Tiiann ordered the Herald sent to Herman Englert, 015 Tower !rove, St. Louis. few suits of men'-, woolen under v. ur at Hucklev's, S! per suit. !.) We are receiving so many more new subscribers than we have quitters that our mailing list is i it 'coming enormous. A pretty line of popular priced woolen dress poods ul Buckley's. 49 S. N. Laws of Linda, Mo., was here Frida...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 17 October 1912

rut? HAYTI HERALD "I AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. IIAYTr, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912. NO. -19. r CITY BAKERY The Host lircud Maker In this furl of Hit' Country Will Ship to All Points I'KTKK STUF.ilT, lliiyti, .Uo Phono No. 85, BARBER SHOP;Tr MOKKAl- (i ASK INS , f Tonsoria I Artist ' ,liL TWO (MlUllM Kil-Htl'lllNH HlTViCI Hllll , cvt'i'j thinu ni'iit mid clt'iui. I reaped-, fully "illicit your patronage. HAYTI, - MISKO'.'KI ; SINGLE TC Til I I (.'nil for u hot Hi dl Tip Tup, Letup Sji'('I:i1 hri'W. Get our booklets on better farming Tht FrNi'ii'- jruidc-; in yiHiil crops were written h i'vpri larini'tw. fc.vr tiiniier alonir tin Frisco who wants iiu'ii crops more profits -luiuM mad "Grasses unit I. loveiV -'Kor-ujit and Hay I'rops" -"Corn anil Wheat Culmr.-' "Soil Pcrtilin " "Thick Funnim--'--"Ouinineivjiul Potato (Jro"iiiy.'' They are all FREE to anv farmer loeat ed along the Frisco --write tor them today. Ail th. best ami lati.st in drink at, The Truth i...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 17 October 1912

HAYTI SCHOOL NOTES Last wwk tlm boys met for tho purpose of ortfimiZlHK an utli lot it olub. tin jiiii'iMNi' of which is to provide means for purehus mix some material for o:iri', iii on niui.i's at the pla.v hour. At the same time tin.' yirls liifl and ortfiuiiz.'cl a chili lor tin' it. i,.i,:li,.,',s average altomlania si mo purpose. not l.-ss than l.'i. in which ens.- Wo lirrnly l"li"v in -hi organ itju. .Ustrioi is iliovvl but ti'lTi.W. izcd play ground as wll a0 an , .,n ,i,jN (. ,.ieiN' t',ind. Huyti. urani.od si'houl i m, It loii(r boon a rocon i'j'd fact that Covington 177. Brnggndo- oio iri.:ti Kinfnlki ltiiio IlK)-tl Hist. No. I '27. HT) " 0 :u.27 f liiei'oaso.) For oach teacher employed the district receives SM).(K). provided j.it.:)ri :w.3 Jllrt.ti;') 1 H.5U 110.11 i)80 tV.1.2 -11.87 8 l.'JO 7)0.02 Gone Forbes of Honor,. Ark., was in Huyti Tuesday, looking after business matters. Mr. Forbes is doing well at his new home, but old Pemiscot still re mains dear to him. (-. ....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 October 1912

yW"P "ri?Vff ,vj " m HAYTI HERALD I lot. At AN UNTERRIF'.ED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL.4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1912. NO. 50. .r,i- ""tttf$"T JUST OUR LUCK. :t ii - THE COLORED VOTER. The netfi'u oter is botf inning to feel the need i)f a new emanci pation. Fur years he ha follow ed with characteristic faithful ness and humility the banner of republicanism. He has believed the interest of .his people was best conserved that way. lint :i consciousness of citizenship in 11 broader sense has Ioiik been growing in the minds of the col ored voters of the north. They tire seeing more and more plain- Enterprise mini overlook other good thing. While tearing down the old En terprise building on South Main Street, which they recently bought of D. Hoekaday. l-'lynu Bros, discovered six quarts of bottled in bond whis key, which had evidently been stored in the ceiling tor years. Mr. Plynn say the bin we was not less than ten ,ear. old, as the stamps on i h bunle showed thut it h...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 October 1912

THE HAYTI HERALD PUBLIflllKO KVKIIY THUHBDAY, BY WlLUAM YOKK, EMTOIt AND PU11. TE11MH OK flUnSCIUPTION: $1.00 A YEAK, CASH IN ADVANCE KHTKKKD ATTIIB POHTOFHICB, HAYTI, MI880UM, A8 HHOOND CI.A8S MATTKIl Office In City Hull, HouthweBt Room, Hayti, Pemlacot County, Missouri DEMOCRATIC TICKET. i ll $$& III &0. I opinion is settled and strikes rock bottom, our contentions will be generally approved, and the rumpus the Kepublican and the Argus are raising around Judge Gossom will be remember ed for what it is, a lot of fuss and feathers to fool the people. MEKE SPITEWORK. , While the Argus and Ropubli- At last the Kepublican and the can are quoting. Judge Faris, and Argus, working hand in hand laying such stress on the in against the democratic ticket, struc.tions of the court, they and making the same argument have forgotten to say that Judge with reference to the democratic Paris will vote for the demo- nominee for prosecuting uttor- emtio nominee for prosecuting ney, are driven...

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. — 24 October 1912

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Herald Telephone Number !M. Esq. J. M. Dull of Foust was in town Saturday. Tell the new-, to phone !l. V, M. KliiiKonsiniili was hero from Concord Sa'urda.v. V:de padlocks 25 cents :it P.urklej's. Mrs. T. .1. Gr.M'ii of Sloclf visit' vd relatives Iioro Saturday. If U ItllOW plume iM. Ull tM'tts. ifll It in Harry Jlt.'ndi'i'soii of Cuneonl was in Hayti a little wli'ilo Thurs day. 2" cent cuspidor-, lor Buckley's. I.' '''",s uli Fred Moriran atl'Midi'd In husi nosf matters :ii Keiiiieii SuUir clay. .1 ii-.i itsceiveil n e-ir til Ark. Luiuui-r i 'n. lime nl Kast jsn Mrs. Virgil Mettis :md little daughter of Dell. Ark., visited in Hayti F-'idiiy. Tokay extracts are the Any flavor jou want al VJ-.UY WIST. BuoMv's. F. M. Perkins attended to busi ness matters in t'aruthersville Friday. wl X Y JuLA.,1 il a "THE mi from VIRGINIA" Monday, Oct. 28 LL J Tuesday, Oct. 29 Tickets on Sale at M.TRAOTfMHNS DRUG STORE 25, 35 & 50c GUARANTEED To lit. .ill wool To vviinr to your...

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. — 24 October 1912

1 -'yyqWJ T jt?-n , 7-,-.-irn-wj itr&r -tryfytrf, r- -7 wr-yTp.p,- f'Lf A TTT-f f rsf'fr if-f"1 EDITORIAL COMMENTS. THE TRUTH. Wo would bt very glud if the ('uruthcrHvilh' Democrat could lenrn or could be taught to con tine its stah'tut'nts to the truth. Relative to letting the elec tion ticket to be advertised, the Democrat .says, in part: "Later Mr. York appeared, and ith tin- assistance of Colonel A. L. Oliver, showed tbe court two conflict fi! sections." Besides being absolutely tin t rue, the above is an insult to our attorney. Colonel Oliver ited the court to but one sec ion of the law, fi'dl, which is the The only section between the lids if the statutes regulating this natter, and our contentions were .itsolutely correct. No doubt the other side sear- bed from Genesis to Revelations in their efforts to lind some con- ilieting law, but they could not unci it and did not even attempt to deny the law upon which we 'used our co ntentions. But we are too busy fighting for the...

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. — 24 October 1912

HAYTI HERALD AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. i. IIAYTT, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1912. NO. 50. ml OITY BAKER Y BARBER SHOP The Best Brosul Maker, MORKAl! GASK1NS In this Pun otilic Country Tonsorial Artist III Sill) t() All l'OllllK 'WO ('llallH. Kil'HtflltHM ,STll'll llllil 1'KTKK STKKIFK, Hnyti, Mo "v.;r.vtiii..K u mil hii. I r.-p.-.. Phono No. 85. fully hiiIIi'Ii your putrtinitKi1. HAYTI, Ml.H()IM REPUBLICAN HOPE RESTSJN WILSON Gov. Burke Declares for Demo crat and Gives His Reasons. ('ill turn Ixittlf ol Tip Top, Li-nip Ml tin-ln-si :iml liiti't In drinks sit. ppcciiil brew, ' ' tf'l Mi'i'KSin's billot n. Or it win . . wiil vhil(f. . uiin or here lor jour fumilj or lor rniMlii-ims the sini'k is Ifil'SJI' illlll toll I'llli Jfl't W lllll HII I'll 1 1 Get our booklets on better farming The Frisco's yuiilt's to unml (i ops Well! urilti'i) lij i'-rt liiiuifi's. KviM'j 1'iniier siloiiy the Fris.cn who w.iuls more rropj. - innri! pri.tits -.liiiulil read "lirussi'S :i...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 October 1912

jxi Rrv r-'wuwi t LOCAL AND PERSONAL, on the conduct of his team, unci i 111-l.i.m. visitors, some thirty odd in num- T. J. Bishoff of Blooinfield wns ber. The return game will be n Hiiyti visitor Friday. played at Portageville, Friday Mrs. Ben Albright of Steele, Nov ' Msitotl Mrs. O. N. Watts lust . U),elc Democratic Speaking. . The dumourutio candidates E. W. Pop of Senath and h. D. and the foUowing namod spt,nk. i-oweoiiuMineuweri. m nuyu , s wl1 ,uldr0SM the voters Ilt Friday. I the following plnces and on the, Mr. iind Mrs. O. N. Watts und , dates below given on the politi- Mrs F. H. Watts visited relatives cn issues of the campaign, to-wit :it Steele Sunday. Torrol Keardon, Max Willet and Harry Dunn of druthers-, ille Sundayod htre. Miss Anna Dunklin came over 'void Campbell Sunday and spent the day with friend1- here. Anna Bough of Omaha, Texas, Mnds$l for the Herald to come 'u her address for one year. Rev. H. Patterson will hold cguliir services at the Baptist i-liurch Sun...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 31 October 1912

-wyl' "w'MyK - Mi- HAY! HERALD ,? ' AN UNTERR1F1ED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. IIAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1012. &, ' - NO. 51. DEMOCRATS! WHEN THE BU&LE CALLS TUESDAY MORNlNG! '& r ""it .T'l I mr L 1 II 4 BE "UP AND AT 'EM." let the record speak. The Parties are Marshalling Their Forces The Lines are Being Drawn The Day- of Battle is at Hand. Let Every Loyal Democrat Do His Duty November 5. A gi'oul heroic Unlit is jjroiny; , eal, but. will In- eonsei'vutive, and cm in tlii: nut ion for lhe xiu-eo.ss will advocate such laws as will be of those principli's upon which in llu interest ami welfare of rests thi very. foundation of our! t hi whole nation. Those who yovornmont. Tk'ifJ deteat ot the! believe this, owe it to their eoitn democratic party ill the polls oil j t iv to east their ballot, whether November the .Vth means the de-j democrat or republican, for this teat, of those vital thing's which num. The people can trust Mr. lie at the very heart of a fr...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 31 October 1912

"tsrw rC'Wfra(W !HW ' i v-" ' i" "1VTT "-I'1 "rti-wwirrifn irniia'namijv'ft1 IWHMIMfWNWPMHMWN us4uwiWiwtn..pa THE. HAYTI HERALD PUBLISHED KVKRY THUIlflDAY, BY WILLIAM YOIUC, KUITOIt ANII PUB. TKKMS OP BUBflCntPTION: 81.00 A YKAH, CABH IN ADVANCE ENTBUKIJ AT THE P08TOFFKR, HAYTI, OIIIpo In City Ilnll, Southwest Room, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. r President, Woodrow Wilson. ir Vice l'tosidunt, Tlios. Marshall. State Ticket. ''r Governor, Elliot W. Mujor. 'or Lieuteimnl Governor, W Painter. ' 1 K. fur Secretary of State, Cornelius Konuh. i-'or Auditor. John P. Gordon, l-'or Attorney General. JohnT. Marker i or Treasurer, E. P. Deal. I or R. R. Commissioner, John T. Hrudshtuv. or Judge Supreme Court. Div. No. 1, Henry W. Uonil. l-'or Judges Supreme Court. Div. No. 'J, Ohns. B. Paris Robt. P. Walker. Forjudge St. Louis Court of Appeuls, William H. Allen. Kor Congress, Joe J. Russell. ! or State Senator, Henry Cain. County Ticket. Kor Representative, Sterling II. Me Carty. For Judge, 1st Dist. W. ...

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. — 31 October 1912

yvnwt j THE FACTS -IN THE CASE. The County Pays The Democrat $179.70 and The Argus $43.86 More than The Herald Bid for the Same Work. THE WRONG SIDE. Relative to placing tht elec tion ticket to on advertised, the Argus and thy democrat hovy tin' following to sa.v: FROM THK PKMIKCOT AlKU'S. ' -'A Plain Tlutt Kaili-.l." Tin i utility 'Pie' 'Wa t" Tic Out und Tlw People piiv ttif llill-s Ana In. "Possiblv a llttlf storj . eontlrtu '.. bv offlclld record ''"id r'lKST HAND offiolal itilortiiuiioti, will in? of interest ti tin- ji'upii- of the 'eeunt.V, particalarlj iliosi who ;liflp pay the tnxi's und haw ln. wondered just what eui mtli the county fund-s. "As r prelltninurv. pus-Jtl.h all have noticed iliat owr i-lcci.on .war, two papers in the oounty i-urrv the publications ot the of .liobit ballots, ns nnindi-d b law. One of these i- US I' ALL V tin mi por which has tin- cnntiuci tor 'lie county printing and this is ph lished tit thu cotiliHUi, riite, while the second Is himdled'b an o...

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. — 31 October 1912

U luMiMimn ii "T" vzp"" I'J-i'lqn ?" EDITORIAL COMMENTS. about $7f mora than the Demo crat's, when the truth is, it was $179.70 less. Now, will the Ar gus show its fairness by setting these statements right? Even the Hsiyti Herald should be treat ed fairly. The reason the Haytl Herald did not get any of the election ad vertising was explained to us by a man who is tihthing the coun y democratic ticket to the effect Mint by denying tin; Herald whati whs justly due it, the Herald I No lloubt ,hl. reason the conn would lay down the fight and quit. ! is (he Deinoorat Hut when the people see the men i 1707o Inore or advortising the wiiowcn'iu un- uwu, 1"" "'" I paction ticket them nil to be fighting the coun-1 Ht,raW offin.,,d iy ticket, tlioy cannot wonuei , wofk ,8 b0(,ftUH0 ' naii we were ioo wise 10 u; vaugub iti the trap. We are fighting for 't'inciple, and not for dollars. than the Hayti to do the same the prose cuting attorney and his assistant realized that they had no in fluence...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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