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THE HAYTI HERALD
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AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER.
VOL. 4.
HAYTI, MISSOULU, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1012.
NO. 47.
IP
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WHY DR. WILEY
IS FOR WILSON
He Says Taft and T. R. Are Sol
diers of Fraud.
ENEMIES OF PURE FOOD LAW
Famous Chemist Believe the Health
of the Nation Demands Election
of the Democratic
Ticket. I
By HARVEY W. WILEY.
(Former Chief Chemist of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture.)
My appeal la chlelly to thoso who,
like myself, have been lifelong Repub
licans. 1 believe that uo kind of an
jidmlnlBtration is going to ruin the
country. I have a high personal re
gard for each one of the candidates for
president and vlce-presideent on all
the tickets. All the political platforms
are mainly sound and all promise ef
lort in behalf nf the whole- people. My
Get our booklets
on better farming
The Frisco's "nidus to food
crops were written ly expert
farmers. Every farmer along?
the Frisco who wants more
crops more profits should read
'Grasses and Clovers" ' For
age and Hay Crops" "Corn
and Wheat Culture" "Soil
Fertility" "Truck Kurmlnjr"
'Commercial Potato Growiny. "
They are all FREE
to any farmer locat
ed along the Frisco
---write for them today.
cnolco Is not based on a platiorm. it
was determined by my Impressions of
the' real attltudo of tho candidates re
specting the public welfare Wo aro
creatures of heredity and environ
ment. In our attltudo towards great
public questions we are almost alto
gether creatures of environment.
What two men are by environment
least likely to bo swayed by npeclnl
Interests and most likely to bo guided
by devotion to public welfare? Two
of tho candidates have already been
tried In tho presidential chair and we
know by experience what may be ex
pectod If either of them resume his
former seat on March 4, 1913. Mr.
Roosevelt by reason of his attltudo to
wards tho food and drug act aban
doned tho consumers of tho country
to tho rapacity of a few mercenary
manufacturers. Under nuthorlty of
congress I had carried on extensive
experiments with my so-called poison
squad and found that certain sub
stances, viz., benzoic compounds, sul
phurous compounds and sulphate of
copper (blue stone), were Injurious to
health.
The law conferred upon me, ns chief
of the bureau of chemistry, tho duty
of acting as a grand jury and deter
mining whether foods and drugs were
adulterated or mlBbranded. Instead
of appealing from my decisions to the
courts as tho law requires, tho users
of these polBons appealed to President
Roosevelt. Ho not only listened to
them, but ho abrogated tho plain pro
visions of tho law, appointed a board
not contemplated by the law, and di
rected that theBO predntory Interests
might continue their attackB on the !
health of the neonle until this board.
FARMER GETS LESS, BUT
-. .gj.
NOT A VERY WIDE SWATH.
From tho New York World.
Ho Hat to Pay More for What He
Doesn't Raise.
The U. S. Department of Agriculture
has Just announced that notwithstand
ing tho Increased cost of living among
the peoplo as a wholo there was a
I greater decline In the prices paid to
1 farmers from Aug. 1 to Sept. 1 this
year thnn there was last year.
' Tho average farm prices of the Im
portant crops (corn, wheat, oats, bar
ley, rye, flaxseed, potatoes, tobacco.
cotton and hay, which represent
about three-fourths of the value of all
tho country's crops) declined 7 per
cent during tho month, white In that
time Inst year they declined In price
only 4.4 per cent, nnd during the last
four years the decline In price aver
aged 3.S per cent. Tho average of
farm prices on Sept. 1 wa3 2.S per
cent, lower than on that date last
year.
Prices paid to farmers on Sept. 1
this year, with comparison of prices
paid on the same date last year, fol
low: Articles. 1912. 1911.
Corn $0,776 $0,051
Wheat 850 .848
Oats 330 .404
Parley 53.1 .770
Rve 70S .7i'J
Buckwheat 70S .7ii
Flaxseed .' 1.G2-? 2.0;!8
Potatoes 650 1.137
Hay 12.110 14.S1D
Cotton 113 .1IU
Putter 242 .231
Chickens 113 .111
Eggs 191 .174
But the prices on tariff nurtured
articles of manufacture which the
farmer has to buy continue to soar.
Only One Kind of Honesty.
It Is the liar who Is ham strlnglns
the body politic today, l believe that
the day Is coming when the law win
prohibit untrue advertising in Amer
ica, as It does today in Germany. No
man can be permanently successful
unless he Is honest. In spite of tho
fact that some men seem to think:
there are fifty-seven varieties, but ona
kind of honesty, the good, old-fashioned
kind remains. Hon. F. W.
Heron
BRIGHT
AT THE
Rr.:n or Shine
The finest moving picltiros.
Stweoptieon pictures.
Music and Ainu.iumcnt.
Woodrow Wilson says to the long
suffering farmer who buys In a trust
controlled, highly protected market
and sells his wares In a free market:
"Walk into your own house and take
possession."
CITY BAKERY
The Best Bread Maker
In this Part oft lie Country
Will Ship to All Points
L'ETKIi STKKIFF, Hnjti, Mo.
Phona No. 85.
How many of those who are strug
gling with tho "High Cost of Living"
believe there Is to be any relief if the
Republican party, which brought It
about, remains In power?
The Rull Moose ran things with a
big stick at Washington for seven and
a half years and didn't by act or word
smite the bosses he now rails against
or promote the causes he now "em
bodies." Being "a practical man," he
asks a third, etc., term.
F. II. WHITE
Springfield, - Mo.
Agricultural and Horticultural
Commissioner, Frisco Lines.
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
cine. Try a few nights.
THE AIRDOME
unknown to tho law, should decide j
otherwise. '
Can we safely trust the campaign
for public health to Mr Roosevelt? I
cannot believe that to be tho proper
course. Mr. Taft inherited thlB ex
ceedingly bad condition of affairs
from his predecessor and has not
only continued this illegal board un
der whose patronage ndulterators are
still poisoning the people, but he did
worse. In tho matter of the adultera
tion of distilled beverages In which
Roosevelt upheld the legally consti
tuted authorities, Mr Taft reversed
that policy and threw the mighty
weight of the executive ofiice to the
support of the worst lot of adultera
tors that evpr disgraced a country.
Mr. Wilson and Mr. Marshall by
their strenuous eltorts In behalf of the
food lawB of their respective states,
have given a positive promise to end
such a threatening state ol affairs.
They will Bupport to the utmost the
officials under the law who nre trying
to protect the public health nnd will
make short shrift of those who have
brought about these present unbeara
ble conditions
Wilson and Marshall by their educa
tion and environment ar free from
bias in favor of predatory interests I Gov. Wilson nald to the newspaper
and are inspired by true patriotic zeal ' men. at the New York Press rinii
In behalf of public welfare. banquet: "Suppose you had a House
I support the Democratic nominees of Representatives mixed like the pres
in full knowledge that many of the ent Senate. I think we could all qo
prominent Democrats In congress have fishing for the next two years ' Huf
been In full sympathy with the paraly- I he's at the helm and there wont t
sl3 of the food law In behalf of the i any mixing. Demociats - that's all
unholy dollnr. But when the Demo-
crui.c v ''" -" ice-president j oaI for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp
lend the aid of their powerful smpa- i
thy In behalf of the public health ' BPecia' '".
thoso of their own party not In syra-
pathy with them will he robbed of! emnno J
their power for evil. If Roosevelt or j $1U.UU Keward.
Taft be chosen the soldiers of fraud1 One bin iniir-. !l win- old. mixed
and adulteration win De impregnably
entrenched for another four years and
TIM j DORR1S I SALOON
1 have been in the saloon business for 45 yeaTS, and the fact
that I am still in the business is sufficient proof and guai
antce of my square dealing and of the quality of my ' goods.
A F"E:W E3F?ArslD3
Old Lynch Kye. I. nch Special. L.uieli Special Bnrbon.
Happ. .lack. American Pride. Ivnituek Tavern.
.Monnrrh oftl.e Wi-t Premium Rye. Dr Hun.
Wine-.. Ht-andies, Gins, iach and Honi . Rock and Rve, etc.
Out of town trade and mail orders a specialty. Try us.
HAYTI,
MISSOURI
By applying the common sense test
to Rooseveltian romance Governor
Wilson manages to keep thn country
both amused and thoughtful
What's a Moosette?
peekaboo!
A Third Term
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THE FAMOUS SALOON
Pete Meatte, Manager
J. N. LEWIS' SALOON
A HEW tm IN A NEW PLACE, WITH OLD WHISKIES
.Mail Orders miri Out of Town Trmle
A Specialty.
ALL ORBESS FILLED THE SAME DAY REGEIVED
Whiskies, "Wines, Beer and Cigars
We bundle ail the l't and standard brand at custo
mary pi-ire-,. Cull and -ee us wnen in town, or phone
or m,ii I your orders
Ncrth. Side Square,
Hayti, Missouri
spot in forhcad, Jo nanus Ini'li.
weiirnt alio'it !0(), saddle nark on idc
of hark, sinijetl fiom my plan-, lie-j
ward to tinder. G W. Dorris, Haiti.
.Missouri. .M
A new saloon, and firstclass in every particular all the
best and latest in drinks wines, whiskies, brandy, gins, beer.
v
Mail Orders and Out-of-Town Trade a Specialty.
Call and see us. Send us your orders
All Orders Filled Same Day Received.
South Side Square, Hayti, Mo.
II V Hi1 1U 9 If1 lVv V 1W V V V U "U V "V V V O"
Call for a boitle or Tip Top, Lump's1
latest and best special brew. j
City and County Maps. '
I have on band a number of up-tn-'
date maps of the M of Hatii, worib,
,". nil, uhirh 1 will sell lor ' 1.00. j
Better hui these quirk, us the siippl , I
will soon lie exhausted. I ulsol
.Mo.
f swahlgI
PURE
DRINKS
To produce a j.jood
and pure Soda Water
it reotiiiTs the n.se of
choice material ns well as a scientific pro
cess, I)i not abuse your sUoniaili in tin
tisc of inferior carbonated roods, i'ctuaud
jjood and pure Soda Water, the same as
you would pure food.
WahPs is the Brand. .
When you call for it, mt that it is served and Hint the crown stoppet
hears the trade marl:. This will guarantee to you pun and good Sods
Water, Coca Cola, Jersey Cream, etc.
J. S. WAHL BOTTLING WORKS,
CARUTHERdVlLLH, AN).
n 1 a
benzoates, sulphites and adulterated
alcoholic beverldges will have a now
lease of life.
I believe also that President Wilson
will renovate tho department of agri
culture, reeking, aa It has been for
tho past twolvo years, with scandnls !
nnd favoritism. lie will see to It that
tho bureau of nnlmnl Industry will
protect the public health Instead of
tho efforts of the pnekers to sell dls- !
ensed meats under tho deceptive
phraBo "U. S. Inspected and Passed." I
Under President Wilson no more Pin-
chots will bo kicked out of the service,
7,7 a,u,'BD" w" e- I have a few roui.H maps, whirl, are
erclso dictatorial powers. There will i . . . . ... .
be no more cotton leqks and jungle 'u K. T,7k,,.,. rnruil,erville,
nirociiies, no mora cvergiano awin-
dlea. Buccaneering, boasting and i
buncombe, will glvo place to snno ef- c o -r it1 c
forts for the promotion of real agrl- b Beautltul 1 easpoons Free.
culture and tho public health. , Kami I'ro-iivs-, ol St. Louis, Mo.. ,
Under Wilson tho department of ' the lnjrj.'vst and best semi-monthl,,
agriculture will be restored to speak- fiiiin und uyriruliural paper primed!
Ing terms with tho Stato Agricultural,1'.' '' I'mii'd States, nil..-, lo send!
rniiu.,o i ,; .cC .i . o, S'X beimt In ti aspoons loainone who
Colleges and Experiment Stations, and , wU .,-, . ,'(. u ,.,;... M,,,.
the Stato officials will no longer be st.ri plton. or one ilo.en spoon, lor u
regardod as inferior beings, living only two mu. Sul-eription at A0 cents. Tin
on tho largesa of a Washington cabal, spoons are six inches in length and
I usk all who want honesty and faith- are made ol solid siU.roid (I'uiv
ful service In the Department of Agrl- While Metal), which will not tarnish,
culture, the promotion of public ""d in ordinary use will last for
honith 0...1 .. .. v, nun years, I lii ei yes are handsome!.
Ll" '..an(1 .oxecutlr.s h. 1 headed utler Ur .hlun ol the mos'i
.. lomnnnoou ana uvea tn au- u,xlH.nsiu, ,,, made and in pvn
vironment favorable to that which . x ni .,1.,,vt. v i ,tSi .!. lo the house
maKoa for the public welfare, to vote ,nd. II .. me al piesent u sub-
Duawe
for Wilson and Marshall.
The Third Term candidate's favor
ite reply to tho telling, unanswerable
arguments of fiov. Wilson Is that tho
tatter's opinions are based "not on ac
tual knowledge and exporlonco but by
rending musty books on political
economy" Tho Colonel himself at a
tender age was put at hard labor!
It Is not often that a man whoso whole
life has been given up to politics and
olllco-holdlng gets as horny-handod as
Mr. Itoosovelt In tho ranks of labor
and high nuance!
srriber and ush lo lake advantage ol
this oiler, ,our subscription ill be
extended.. Tell ,oin friends and1
neighbors about this generous olTei . ,
Address all orders to Farm Progress,
St. Louis, Mo.
BARBER SHOP,
lUORKAl' (J ASK INS
Tonsorial Artist
I'wo Chairs. FirHmhiHS Service and
everything neat and olean. I respect
fully uulieil your piitionuKe.
HAYTI, - - M1.SSOVK1
JLkwJL
AMERICA'S FAVORITE BEVERAGE
Its sale of 173,184,600 bottles
durinq the year iqu is due entirely
and solely to its surpassing qual
ity, purity and flavor. No wonder
Budweiser is in constant demand
on all Buffet and Dininq Cars, at
Hotels, Clubs, Cafes and Homes.
Buds
bottled
the home plant
iweiser oottiea oruy at tne home pi
with crowns or corks.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWERY
ST. LOUIS
AT YOUR REQUEST we will gladly
furnish name of our Distributor
nearest you.

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