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Under the caption. "A 'News
Item' For a Purpose" last Fri
day's Daily Spasm, printed at
the Cane, took 'Tred Goyort's
paper" to task for publishing a
three line local. Its rantings. in
which considerable space was
consumed under big headings,
might possibly do as much harm
to the business interests of that
town as a trivial three-liner in
this paper, especially when they
were run in three editions, twice
in the daily and once in the
weekly, and just at the close of
a circulation getting contest.
The Spasm lied, as usual. We
had no "purpose" in publishing
the item other tha.i as a news
item. The report has been cur
rent here for the past few weeks
and in many cases exaggerated
as to the number, which was as
certained by telephone and per
sonal communication with resi
dent: at that place who are
equally as truthful as the Paron
Munchausen pilots of the Spasm.
Wonder what its "punose" is'.'
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SOME PLAIN. SIMPLE FACTS
The official returns from the
election of November 8 have
been certified to the Secretary of
State and thai official has cast
them up and made known the
legal result. Each candidate on
the Republican State ticket has
been credited with a majority
'hat ought to be conclusive. The
hAttige majority of the four
candidates on the Republican
State was 4,013. The average of
six candidates on the Democratic
State ticket, declared elected in
1908, was only 2,254. The lowest
majority credited to a candidate
on the Democratic State ticket
11K)8 was 773 (for Roach for
Secretary of State.) The high
3,133 (for Cowgill for State
Treasurer.) The lowest major
ity shown by the official returns
of the late election in favor of
a Republican candidate is 2,240
(for Evans for Superintendent
of Schools.) The highest is
5,429 (for Wightmann for Rail
road and Warehouse Commission
er.) In 1908 six Democratic candi
dates for State offices were com-
missioned on small majorities!
obtained in Kansas City, where
the election was regarded as the
most fraudulent ever held in
that city. The majorities thus
firuws for Suprr inu Jiiilj.'i'
Knott lor I!. II. unit Warehouse
OWHill for TliMMINT
(ionloii fur Aiulitor
Major f'.r Attorney (icrirral
liuucli for Kr. of .Slate
In 1908 the exceptionally large
majority in St. Louis would have
defeated all of the Democratic
candidates but for an extraorJin-:
ary, irregular and very suspic- dinner was served and everyone
ious Dem. majority in Jackson ' reports a most delightful time,
county (including Kansas City.) i Several games were played and
In 1910 the Republicans majority j prizes were awarded to the win
in St. Louis increased the in-iners. Mr. Robertson was pre
crease being due to an orderly, j sented with a handsome urn
lawful and honest election, in brella. Those present were:
which more than the usual num- A. P. Behrens and wife, Joe
ber of qualified voters partici- Schmuke and wife, Mr. and
Pated. Mrs. V. Priest, Mr. and Mrs.
These statements are correct, Ben Gockel, Mr. and Mrs. Mike
are beyond reasonable doubt. ! Owens. Mr. and Mrs. John A.
and will remain uncontradicted
ao matter what processes may be
e.Tip'oyed to discredit them. And
it may be fairly stated that the
a: I t : - m.
viiinjf in ijouis la noi open
to doubt or suspicion, as is the Opens Husband's Grave. i
vote for representative in every The widow of the late Andrew'
one of the close counties from ; Walker, of St. Joseph. Mo., ad
which Democrats were elected to ; mitted last Saturday that she
The two Supreme Judges, the
Railroad and Warehouse Com-
missioner, and the State Super-;
lntenrtent ot bcnoois elected oy
the people Nov. 8 will be con-, the dead man. disputes the own
'ducted into office early in Janu- crship of the rings. She says
iaryifthe constitution and laws
o( the State are at that time in
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honcst elections possible in the
big cities the Democratic politi- j Gregory, a Grand Island Rail
cians must make the people of the way conduction
counties believe a lie to success-'
fully discount that Republican; Important Case Settled
achievement. Missourians are. Judge Reed in the United
not as ready as they formerly ! States Circuit Court of Appeals
were to accept the statements
of Democratic leaders as gospel
truth. They'll have to be shown.
When Cornelius Roach, the
Democratic Secretary of State,
became indignant over the luke
warmness of the Democratic
leaders toward the contest prop
osition and issued a statement
the whole state laughed. Gov
ernor Hadley expressed the cur
rent sentiment when he said
that Roach's statement would
have been more timely two years
About thirty thousand citizens
in the counties other than Buch
anan, Jackson and St. Louis-, who
voted the Republican ticket in
1W8. failed to vote any ticket in
1910. These brethren neqd to be
labored with. Had they gone to
the polls and voted for the good
men on the Republican State,
county and district tickets this
year the Democratic politicians
might have reformed. Nothing
better than such reform could
happen for the good of grand old
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An editor approached St. Peter j"- appoiti-.d nuai'iimi f tii p.-ion
at the Golde-i Gate and handed " " ivn r y . Wills . ... in-
i. . ,. . , , .. . saiu' ihtmiii. liv the l iol,;tti ( i iirt of
him a long list of delinquent sub-1 Capt. ilrir,h. nn. Mo.. ,, t ,lt
scribers and said: "Look this . u.,u.rs wwU .la:- n..hi,1mt r.
list over carefully and see if any ' lum. w. iv i-Mi.-.i to i,im.
of these fellows have sneaked' Ai; i" lv"'s ii-n claims acainsi
through the pearly gates." i ""' mH ',a" ;m" 'i.ast,.! to
-vt t. -j n . ...u M tit tln'in io 1 1 n- uiirkMU'iii'l for a'-
No. said St. Peter there are 1(,waM(.e IUlln.,M). v,ar fl,,m,1;i. ,
none of them inside, but a fellow :ti int, i: m-i if iii. y ! not .r
slipped through here the other s. n'd w iiiiin two jcuis u,cy will Ik
day who took the paper a year ! fori-v.-i barn-d. Kiu:itr .. Wn.i..
without paying for Jit and had .1- (;,,ar'"a"
the postmaster mark it 'refused,'
but we are after him, and when;
itiMKiii lie w in lit cunsiKfieu IO
the place where he properly be-
ongs. He is meaner even than
the delinquent subscriber, and
Heaven is not his home."- Ex.
Xmas. Cards Free.
I want to send free to every
reader of the Jackson Herald 10
beautiful colored Xmas post
cards, all different, without any
advertising on them whatever.
I do this because I want peo
ple to know the high grade cards
I carry at manufacturers' prices.
If you prefer beautjful New
Years cards say so when you
write. All I ask is that you
send me 4c in stamps to cover
postage. Adiress C. T. John
stone, Pres. Dept. Rochester, N.
Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson
entertained of number of friends
last Thursday afternoon with a
birthday dinner. A nice turkey
Snider and Henry Gockel and
DeWITT'S ISSC WITCH HAZEL
a vtet r" " -
BALVt Toe PUm, Burn. Sorm.
ordered the crave of her hus-
band'g opened and two rings re-
moved from his fingers. She
said she did so because the rings
were her property. !
Mrs. L. M. Walker, mother of
the hands of the bodv were
I mutilated in the process of rc-
moving the iewelrv. Walker
committed suicide October 3 last
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aiitT a quarrel wun nis wne,
who is the daughter of J. H.
rendered a decision in the cae
of Samuel McAtee. executor, etc.
vs. W. F. Schade, trustee, etc.,
in favor of resDondents. This
suit was for the purpose of
quieting title to the Jackson
Brick and Tile Company's prop
erty in which a sum of about
$30,000 was involved. Wilson
Cramer of this city represented
the appellants and Thomas D.
Hines also of this city and
Moses Whybark of Cape Girar
deau acted for respondents.
Henry Burschwald, died at
his home at Whitewater, Novem
ber 21'th last, of pneumonia,
aged 52 years. He was sick on
ly one week. He leaves seven
childaen to mourn his loss. The
remains were interred last
Thursday at the Whitewater
i cemetery under the auspices of
the M. W. of A. He was a mem
ber of the M. E. church and had
resided in tliir- county for the
past ten years.
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