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AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
The Dumor ratio Rally held at
THE BULL MOOSERS.
The Uoosovolt republicans met
Steele last Saturday was ;i signal at Caruthersville last Thursday
sun-ess. A great crowd was night, tor the purpose of organi
present. and the enthusiasm ol' zation, and to put out a ticket,
the democrats, and republicans .1. S. X. Wimpth.ir was elected
and socialists who have seen the chairmim, Or. I l Wood sorro
light us Saul of Tarsus did, was tai'.v and W. P. Robertson. Deer
unbounded. The Sikeston band ing, treasurer. A part ol' the
tarnished the music I'or theoc- county tiolcot was nominated, and
easion, and splendid niusic it w.as. ' it was intended to complete the
which aided in enlivening the ticket. Resolutions were ad
hours. A special train on t,he opted endorsing the Roosevelt
I'Yisoo was run from Portage- ticket and in favor of county
illu by Hayti and Ca'-uthersville auditing.
to Steele, leaving Portagevillo at The organization as it stood is
tl UU in the morning and arriving as follows: t'entrul committee
at Steele at 10:1)0, and leaving men: John Flornor, Little Prai
Steeleon its return trip at !:!!() rie No. 1; G. V. Watkins, Little
in the afternoon, giving thi ex- Prahie No. -2: V. T. Flemniing.
cursionists six hours ot Braggadoeio: Douglass Pool. Con
participation in the festivities cord: L. ('. Averill. Ilayti; G. W.
of the day. The Hon. Joseph . I. Smith, Godair; Alex LatVorty,
Russell, our present congress- Hutler; franc's Dillard, Little
man, delivered a democratic ad-, River; . I. T. Gilliland, I'ootor;
dress in the lorenoon, after .1. A. Combs, IVmiscot.
which evervbodv proceeded to I The candidates noniinateil for
enjoy the excellent barbecued county othV.e are: V. K. Miller
meat on the ground. In the at'- lor lepresentativo; V. P. Robert
ternoon the Hon. Finis Garrett son, treasurer; Almo Huntley,
of Tennessee, delivered a great ! public administrator; Harry
democratic and classical oration, ; Helm, assessor; E. C. Randolph,
billowed by the Hon. Henry .lost, 'surveyor; Chas. Tisdadl, judge
the present democratic mayor of second district; Riley Render
Kansas City, who in his inimit- son, judge lirst district: .1. H.
able way dealt blow after blow to Pool, constable, Concord; Cab
Roosevelt and Tait as the ser- ' Acuff, constable, Braggadocio:
Mints and minions of the trusts ' J. Bandy, constable, Hayti.
i m i, o. ..!. i.i..i:..i.i , .....1.....
in this country. 1 lie speaking , , , ... , , , , , . ,
, '. ed lor sherifi, .). L. Duncan tor
continued until near the time for lu.oswutinj, attorney. Rob Wat
the departure of the train. Upon Idns for constable, Curtithers
the occasion Judge Paris was villi?.
present and also was his to-be ! lNot: Wt' ;ll" authorized to
successor in oMice, the Hon say for Mr L. C. Averill of Hay
,, . ., .. , ,, . . ti. positively, emphatically, un-
Frank Kelly ol tape Gnardean, eqUlvot-ally, that the use of his
who made a short talk to the peo- name as a committeeman was
pie. R.L.Ward, who introduc-1 entirely unauthorized by him
ed some of the speakers (as well and without his knowledge or
consent, ami uemg a nieiong
Winner In the PlttBburg Post.
Roscoe Huffman of, Troy,
Indiana, brother-in-law of Post
master 15. L. Guffy, arrived Sat
urday, to accept a position in the
postoftiee Roscoe has worked
in the postoftiee on several occa
sions, and his many friends will
be glad to know that he has come
this time to stay.
Henry Ransburgh visited in
Sikeston Wednesday and Thursday.
E. M. Carter of the State Nor
mal at Cape. Giradeau was in
Hayti a short while Thursday af
rnoon, and we had a very pleas
ant dint with him on the streets.
He is working in the interest of
the Normal and is making his
Ernest Oleson, while over from
Caruthoisville the other day, did
not fail to place his name on our
I honor roll.
Statement of the Ownership,')
management, circulation, etc., of'
The Hayti Herald, published ,
weekly at Hayti, Missouri, re-,
quired by the Act of August J4,
Editor, Win, York, Hayti, Mo. '
Managing Editor, Win. York,
Hayti, Mo. '
Business Manager, Win. York,
Publisher, Win. York, Hayti,
Owner, Win. York, Hayti, Mo.
Sworn to and subscribed be
fore me this 1st day of October,
T. A. MoNail,
seal Notary Public.
(My commission expires Jan
uary -J."), 191 r.)
Jesse Gwin returned Wednes
day from a season's base ball
work with the Altoona, Pa. leag-
! ue. LJeiore returning lie worKeu
in Evans ville, Indiana and Louis
ville, Ky., and has signed his
1.11. 1 contract with the Louisville
league. This will put Jesse on
top. He expects to work through
vacation at Memphis, Tenn.
Thos. Simpson of Caruthers
ville is now pharmacist at Lef-
ler's Drug Store. He comes
well recommended, and is making
! friends every day.
Major Arthur L. Oliver, J. W.
McFarlantl and J. S. Wahl came
over from Caruthersvillc Sat
urday night, to hear the speeches
of Hon. Henry .Tost and Judge
Frank Kelly, which were deliver
ed from an automobile, on the
northeast corner of the square,
to a small butappreciative crowd.
The people did not know the
speaking was to take place, as
it it was not advertised, and only
those were present who were at
tracted while passing to and fro,
attending to their business and
other affairs. So far as we know,
there was no reception commit
tee, no committee of arrange
ments, or anything else, and no
one to introduce the speakers to
the citizens. Von Mayes was
found and pressed into service,
and very eloquently introduced
Our subscription list is grow
ing steadily we have no complaint
to make against our subscri
bers, in the way of patronage.
Our subcribers have been loyal
to us, pay promptly, and always
say a good word for us.
B. L. Guffy was in Sikeston
Friday, attending a meeting of
the republicans to nominate a
candidate for circuit judge of
as did- ."Judges-Paris.) Arthur L.
Oliver, S. H. McCarty. J. S. Gos
som, 13. M. Tinsley, Ed Huffman,
II. C. Schult, John Cunningham.
Everett Reeves, C. E. Bragg,
John W. McFarland and a great
many other democrats of Caruth
ersville were present, and Yon
Mayes, B. F. Allen, W. H. Foley,
D. D. Harbert, Dr. P. A. Mayes,
F. M. Perkins, Virg. P. Adams,
Ed Juden, O. H. Dewey, and a
democrat, he keenly regret- the
injustice done him.
great many other democrats lrom
Hayti were present, and a good t
number lrom Portageville and,
the north part of the county . j
Everybody reports a good t'nnei
and says there is no question!
bat what every democrat in Pom-'
iscot county will be at the polls,
on November .")th, and that the
goose honks high. ,
Iss now at hand and we are all anx
ious as to the yield.
It should interest you more as to
spending the proceeds derived from this
crop, than the amount of the crop itself.
Last summer's labor has weakened
all more or less; each man is just a little
more worn out than the year before, like
a machine after a season's running
never quite as new or good as the year
Since it is an established fact that
you, like a machine, become more worn
each year, it is also a fact, that you
should not dirtribute your money, like a
machine, but should use your very best
judgment in .spending this money and
get the very best values obtainable.
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