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0. It. CHfiSSWELL
All Klmla of Dental Work Neatly
Crown and Ilrldgewortc a Specialty
Hayti, - - - Missouni
T. J. TRAUTMANN
rh.VHician and Surgeon
Ofllco phone 50. Roaldunco 00.
Hayti, - - - Mibsouki.
J. G. CKIDER
Phyrtiehm and Surgeon
Office Phono fiO Residence 30
Hayti, - - Missouri
F. A. MAYES
PIiyHicinn and Surgeon
S. J JEFFRESS
Will Practice In All Courts.
Hayti, - - Mo.
J. S. GOSSOM
Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co.
All Kinds of Civil riaaineaa Promptlj
Office n Court House
Carutiiursville, - Missouri
duncan & Mccarty
Will practice in all the courts
Office Over Poet Office
Carutheusvili-e, Mo. Phone 158.
T. A. McNAIL
Otiiee: Bank of Hayti
Hayti, - - Missouri
P. S. RAVENSTEIM
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Fire and Life Insurance.
PHONE 20 HAYTI. MO.
Shoe and Harness Shop
West Side Square
G. C. Akers
Hayti, - Missouri
Barber Shop and Bath Room
Newest, Largest, Nicest and
Best Place in Town.
H. M. RANSBURGH, Prop.
FRED MORGAN BUILDING
CITY POOL HALL
Joe Mil tan, Prop.
Neat, new building, new tallies and
fixtures, tfood liplu day and niyhl.
Courteous treatment. For a pleasant
hour, call and .see us. Plenty of
Hayti, - - Missouri
Get our booklets
on better farming
The Frisco' guides to good
crop were written by expert
farmers. Nverx farmer along
the Frisco who wants more
cropsmore prollts should read
"(.trusses and Cloven" "For
age and llav Crops" "Corn
and Wheut Culture"- "Soil
Fertlllt.v ""Truck Farming" -"Commercial
They are all FREE
to any farmer locat
ed along the Frisco
---write for them to
day. F. II. WHITE
Springfield, - Mo.
Agricultural and Horticultural
Commissioner, Frisco Lines.
THE HAYTI HERALD
PUDUSUBU EVBBY TlIUnflDAY, BY
TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: 81.00
ENTERED AT THE P08TOFTIC13, HAYTI,
Office in City Hall, Southwoat Room,
Let The People Know the Truth.
We are so tired and weary of a continual newspaper contro
versy and the same old necessity of disproving lies, deception and
trickery, that we sometimes feel like ignoring them altogether.
But that is hard to do, when a man or a people are maligned
against. In all our newspaper career, which extends over many
years, we have never found it necessary to resort to falsehood,
misrepresentation or misconstruction; we have never had to resort
LO lniereiice, presumption ur uvuaiwu, sum iiuw, us uuu uiunn-m'
ville Republican has picked up the old, decayed, putrid bone of con
tention, we are just going to let him convict himself, and that the
people may know the full truth, we
what we have said and what he has
No. 1. From The Hayti Herald,
August 16, 11)12.
V. K. Brown of WarJell, candidate
for associate judge from this district,
proved a suprise in the primary, and
now we all have our hats on" to hPm.
Mr. Brown is a business man, and full
of energy and hustle, and of cour.io
will carry the solid democratic vote in
No. 2. From The Hayti Herald,
September o, 1912.
After all, V. N. Brown, the demo
cratic candidate for associate judge in
this district, will have no opponent.
The republicans are split and divid
ed, on account of the boss, and will
make the poorest show at the coming
election thev have eer made.
No. '.. From Trie Hayti Herald
September 12, 1912.
W. N. Brown of Wardcll, one of
our progressive business men und can
didate lor county associate judge for
this district, was in Hati Saturday,
seeing the boys. Ho i- in high spirits
and more than pleaded with the vote
Hayti gave him at the primary. We
are trying to practice up on calling
him "Judge Brown," for just us sure
as the sun shines, lie will be our next
iudire, and we believe ho will be a
ne is a big hearted, jolly
good fellow, gets there with both feet,
and is spunky enough to demand his
No. 4. September 12, 1912.
Last week the chief mogul of the re
publican partj the big IT wrote a
certain democratic nominee to meet
him, which the aforesaid democratic
candidate did, and among other
things, the aforesaid republican big
chief asked for certain things not al
together to the liking of the candidate,
whereupon, in order to limber1 the
candidate up to the point of conces
sion, he was told that the editor of
the Herald was against him, and that
he had better look out for the republi
cans. Tlie candidate s commence oe
ingshaken, lie did not conlide in us,
but we got it all over our wireless,
just the same. Now, the more of
such olllciotisness the republican
bosses can indulge in the worse
it will be for them. The demo
crats of Pemiscot county have manag
ed their a Hairs for many years and
they can continue to manage
their atlairs, without an, dictation
from the opposition; besides, it is in
bad form for republican bosses to at
tempt to tamper with democratic can
didates. If the republicans have any
suitable men in ofllcc, let them trot
them out and ste how badly they can
What is there in what we have said, to call forth any such re
marks as the Republican has made? We fail to understand, unless
it is a vain effort of tin old and disgruntled politician to pick a row,
realizing that the Hayti Herald is the only democratic newspaper
in the county now in a position to defend the party, and in order to
, detract the Herald from its course, the old county seat and local
j option tactics of falsehood and deceit has been invoked to once
more fool the people, who from past experience, are wise to the
The Republican shows its unfairness and its deceit by quoting
only our article No. 1, of August l.", Evidently, the Republican
was grasping at a straw, as its very headline, "A Wail From
Hayti," was and is an intentional falsehood, and it seems that the
I Republican is determined to build up a reputation for getting up
Where was the wail, in that article:1
I Had we no right to say that W. E. lirown would "have no op-
I Was it a "wail" when we
and divided, and will make the poorest show at the coming election
they have ever made?"
i Read all our articles in reference to Mr. Brown carefully, and
then read the Republican article.
Such remarks as "does the Herald anticipate that Mr. Brown
will not need any candidate cards" is below the dignity of any
newspaper to notice in print, and, in fact, is stolen from the Demo
crat. Another thing of low birth and of which the Republican
(knows nothing, is this: "However, in view of the recent trouble the
Herald had with the Twice-a.Week Democrat in establishing its
democracy." Everybody knows that is a lie. The trouble was on no-
count of the Democrat misrepresenting the Herald, and the records
in Justice B. P. Allen's court will show very clearly who had the
To show the real spirit of
who writes the Republican's editorials, we quote again: "However,
WlLMAM YoHK, EDITOR AND PUB.
A YKAH, CASH IN ADVANCB
MISSOURI. AS 8ECOND CLASS MATTER
Hayti, PemiRcot County, MiHsouri
are placing in parallel columns
said. Here it is:
From The Carutliersville republi
can, September III, 1912.
A WAIL FROM HAWl
"After all. V. N. Brown, the demo
cratic candidate for associate judge
in tliis district, will huvo no opponent.
The republicans arc all split ami div
ided, on account of the boss, and will
make the poorest show at the coming
election they have ever made" Flu,ti
The above has a wail of disappoint
ment to it. DONS TUN HNRALD
ANT1CIPATRTHAT MR. BROWN
, WILL NOT NNND ANY CADI
DATN CARDS AS HN HAS NO OP
POSITION, or is it one of the Demo
crats so buy trv ing to induce the lie
pulican committee to nominate a
"Certain Man" in opposition to Mr.
I We are aware that certain promi-
' nent Democrats areagainst Mr. Brown
I and Mr. Bishop and have promised
1 to elect the Republican nominees.
! HOWNVNR. IN VI NW OF THK RN-
CNNT "TRorBLK THK HNRALD
HAD WITH TUN TW ICN-A-WNNK
I DEMOCRAT TO NSTABL1SH ITS
I DEMOCRACY we tid not suppose
that it would be dabbling into Re-
I publican politics. The above notice
I should indicate that the Herald knows
that had the Republican seen lit to op-
'"so Mr. irown unit its vote uouiu
as the Republicans have not seen (it
to let a few disgruntled Democrats
make its nominations, the Herald will
deliver the vote of Hayti Township
solidlv for the rule of the "Gany".
(HOWNVNR, BY WAY OF PARNN
THESIS WN WILL ADD THAT
SINCNTHN COUNTY COURT PI'.R
FORMND ITS SURGICAL OPRR -TION
THATTHNRK IS NOT MUCH
LNFTOF HAYTI TOWNSHIP, and
further we presume that the reason
the one time inhabitant.-, of that town
ship had themselves severed was be
cause they object to the Herald deliv
ering their vote )
Then, too, who is the Republic, in
Boss'? We know of no one attempt
ing to boss the Republicans ol tins
county, except a tew Democrats, anil
we are certain that the Republicans
can not be bossed. In fact, the only
man whoever attempted to Boss the
Republican part is now the leader of
the Hull .Mooscs.
We are interested in what the
friends of Mr. Brown will think of the
attitude of the Democrats who are
interested in his defeat and whatthe
will think when some of those same
Democrats attempt to wield the partj
lash in November.
The Deinocrata of tiiis County are in
a bad wa. The) want the part lash
applied to the Democrats for the bene
llt of Wilson and the State ticket and
some of the Count) ticket. Yet some
of them, Democratic nominees, are ad
vocating opposition to Mr. Brown
They are also Hitting with the Bull
Mooses and endeavoring to induce
them that as thin have bulled Tuft
that it would be well to bolt RooSe
velt and vote for Wilson.
said: "The republicans are all split
the Republican, and the outsider,
by way of parenthesis we will add
(formed its surgical operation that
township." That is a sweet smelling morsel, and carries us back
toother surgical operations performed on Hayti. A surgical opera
tion was performed to deprive us of our beautiful public square
and ten thousand dollar city hall, and a surgical operation was per
formed to put the county dry and Caruthorsville wet, if you want
to know the truth, and your remarks show where you stand
In our article No. 4, we have reference to W. E. Brown of War
dell, democratic nominee for county associate judge from this dis
trict, who the republicans attempted to tamper with, and wen re
told by reliable authority that it was the Chairman of the Republi
can Committee, who had the talk with Mr. Brown.
Candidly, before the primary, we were against Mr. Brown, as
! tn littrl i Tfifrrf. vifrhfr. f.M lin nnrl
'., .. .. . ,.,' ,
til after the primary, we did not
other people just like we wore.
tion, nnd now we are for him, to a iinish. We are glad to say that
since his nomination, we find that he suits us exactly, and that he
will carry the solid vote of the democrats who opposed him in the
primary they will be his workers and ardent supporters, and the
republicans are barking up the wrong tree if they expect to dis
credit him by being tor him.
For President. Woodrow Wilson,
For Vice President, Thos. Marshall.
For Governor, Klliot W. Major.
For Lieutenant Governor, W
For Secretin1) of State, Cornelius
For Auditor. John P Gordon.
For Attornc) General, .lohn T. Barker
For Treasurer. N. P. Deal.
For R. R. Commissioner, John T.
Forjudge Supreme Court. Div. No. 1,
Henr) V. Bond.
Forjudges Supreme Court. Div. No. 2,
Chris. B. Fans, Robt. F. Walker.
For Judge St. Louis Court of Appeals.
William II. Allen.
For Congress, Joe J. Russell.
For State Senator, Benin Cain.
For Representative, Sterling H. Mc
For Juiige. 1st Dist. W. N. Brown.
For Judge, 2nd Dist. J. A. Bishop.
For Proseuutrng Altorne), .'etc S.
For1 Sheriff, S. N. Juden
For Treasurer, J. A. Bighum.
For Assessor, A. P. Kersev.
For Public Adininistidtor, James J.
For Surveor, B. (). Bennett.
For Coroner, A. C. L.iForge.
Ila.ui Township, J. I
The editor or this paper came
to Pemiscot county in Septem-j
ber, 1HS7, which w.is -J."i years I
airo. He became identified with
newspaper work in the county in
lH5r, which was 17 years ago. He
became actively engaged in the
newspaper business in Pemis
cot county in March, 1M)H, which
was 1 1 years ago hist March.
These figures show that we have
been in the newspaper business
in the county longer than any
other man now engaged in that
calling, and the record of the
Herald goes to prove that exper
ience tells. There is but one way
to run a newspaper, and that is
the right way, and the right way
is to consider all the beople just
as smart as you are, just as wise
and just as good. The success
or the failure of any paper do.
ponds entirely with the people.
The Republican wants, to know
"What is the matter with Dun
can?" Well, we can tell you.
You fellows are the principal i
thing that is the matter. Dun
can is well known and well liked
in Hayti, and if meddlesome
lingers were kept out of his af
fairs, he would carry a good
republican vote. As it is, he will
run far behind his vote of 1U0U.
that since the cotinty court per-
there is not much left of Hayti
T l l'n fl'iiilr fr.n rmnfncj f.lnif. mi.
, ,. ... m, ' '
know his policies. There are many
But Mr. Brown won the nomina
J t seems that the Herald is the
only recognized democratic pa
per in the county, judging from !
the way the Carutliersville Re
publican is snapping and snarl
ing at it. Why don't the Repub
lican make a few passes at the
Argus and the Democrat? They
are county seat papers and at
the seat of war. Oil, yes: we for
got. The Argus is doing too
good service for the
party, and the Democrat has got
ten down and out -run clear off
the track and away, and is liable
to bob up on the republican side
of the fence.
Secretary of State Roach will
give the publication of the Con
stitutional Amendments to the
when you reed to borrow.
You find that the greater your financial resources the
larger your bonowing capacity.
Also that the better your acquaintance at a good bank
the easier it is to get accomodation.
Banks do not loan to strangers, therefore it is not well to
be a stranger at the bank, for all successful people find it
necessary at times to use their credit.
Becoming a checking depositor is the way to get on a
credit footing at this bank.
DR. TRAUTMANNS DRUG STORE
Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Enqler, of
Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much
good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had
to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was
so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet. I got a
bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had
taken a few doses, I began to feel better.
Today, I feel as well as anyone can."
WlRDU l Woman'sTonic
Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large
number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women,
which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. .
A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to
relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains,
the signs of weak nerves and over-work.
For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic.
You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you.
Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it.
Writ IV HU1C9 nuiuij uvfiu wM"w" nuuimn. w; -nanauvuu, run.,
tor Special Instructions, and 64pagc book. Home Treatment lor Women' sent (rcc. J 59
Caruthorsville Democrat, all un
mindful that the Hayti Herald is
the only democratic newspaper
in the county. Verily, consis
tency, tl o i art a bunch of jewels.
The Carutliersville Republican
is now busy "chawing" the old
"cuds" of "terbacker" recently
"chawed" by the Argus and the
Twice-a-Woek Democrat upon
the auditing harangue; but it
can't extract enough juice from
the old quids to get up a decent
Rain or Shine
The finest moving pictures.
Music and Amusement.
Don't wear the blues.
, Do away with that grouch.
Forget it at the AIRDOME.
A few moments pleasure and pas
time is better than a dose of medi-
Try a few nights.
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