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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
i a No leel tlm' it i- dm tie- pi'oiih'
tliut the be allotted ,in opportunity
tn i.pie their pteli'ivurc-. loiiehnii;
in, siu'iii'sior in the oillei- I now huii'
tin honor to holil.
To these ends. 1 lM-y lii'i'eliy to ti'ii
itef nil ivslirnutioti sis iudi; ol tlie
IHth judicial I'iivuit ol Missouri, to Not long lino lie was disrnwred
take ufloi't :it midnight. O'toiier I. to be the loader ol the iiiinoril.v
'"- Ven r.-p.M'!iull,, in rhe Michigan slate senute.
r P.. F KIS.
tttliirney was suspended at the
liar. His tault was admitted
itnd was a minor one. He dis
appeared. His friends helieed
thsil he laid committed stticidi .
..''Rk -.v JKs? ttft ' MtW3
big vote in the. cities may carry
lit, and hereafter if you rout, the
i rent, you will htivo to pay will
he udded to it the tax put upon
I the land you rent by the single-
Twenty months ago the above scene took place, our handsome tax law, which means you will
depot was left a pile of allies, and a string of old. dirty, dincy. worn P".V higher or double or perhaps
This proposition may carry,
because in tho cities the voters
are in favor of tho law, as there
are no farmers in the cities, and
if the fanners go to sleep on
November the nth and stay away
from the polls and not vote, they
may expect to have to pay the
liddler while the other fellows do
tho dancing. So remember, Mr.
I tiller of the soil, it is a business
I proposition with you to lie at tho 1ilm Wore in Senath Monday of
polls and vote against the single-1 hist week, celebrating tlie arriv
t.tx law. If you stay away theinl of a irrandsnn to Mrs Ponham.
who arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Hithcolr.
Tokny extracts are the vi:av HKsr.
Any ttavor yon want at Huckley's.
25 cent cuspidors for 15 cents at
Dave E. Dover has ordered his
Herald sent to Marble, Cilo., and
by the way, to show that w.e may
expect him back soon, he wrote
it Marble, Mo.
Just received a car of lime at I,'a-t
Ark. Lumber Co. IMtf
Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Pop-
Hob McDonald of Senath was
here Friday to meet his wife, on
The Judicial Committee from
litis district met at Sikeston on
Thursday to select a candidate
to place on the democratic ticket
to lill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of . I udye Faris, and
selected Hon. Frank Kelley of
( "ape Girardeau.
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out box cars were switched in to be used by the employees and the trebble rent. I.e at the polls and
traveling public. The Frisco has since mide many promises, only to see that your neighbor under
break tlietn, even sending Supt. McCarty here to persuade the people stands what is about to happen
In to defer action, and now, it is said, they are writing certain railroad em- to him. It is ol vital importance.
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t ii taol that (Jov movers lieie to use their mlluence to htop tne taiKot tne people tor a mat, in-mih-uiu mit-v.. .im mui-
I loop.sr Wits a toundling was n ,. , new depot, the Frisco needing its money to buy "rolling stock." But , dently while at the polls vote for j -J ' .' J'0 col,WJ ilt thl'
eil against him in the campaign, will the people continue to be fooled? , Wood row Wilson. This is of' i)ll,f'a Ul-
vititl importance also to the larm- Joe Foust of Concord was in
Only a short while ago the
chief of police of Danville. Va..
was identified as a fugit'vo
front the State of Georgia.
and relatives at Memphis. They
used to live at Hayti, and Mr.
McDonald enjoyed shaking
hands with his old friends.
but he was elected by a substan-
t:al .li ii.ii'lt v tfwonili' a the cause, came tin Irom the is eneouraring to feel that peo-,frns well us to every man who. Hayti Friday, warming up to poli
Pwo names were presented to (..uui(i!ll(l -1.UVl. rnor. in a' west- most hopeless drunkard in the' pie have become more liberal in j earns his living with his hands. . tics and good roads. Joeisoneof
the committee, tliatol Mr. Kelley
and Hon. Koherl i. Ward ol this
eity. Mr. Kelley g.-lling three .,,.,.,; u-vin(M1(.(. on the Texas ' had someexamiiles worthyofcou
ern state was recognised as one gutter.
who in vnii'li liiiil lvii'ticintitoil iii in P.'iniscot county we have
Mites and Mr. Ward two - Seott
and Pemiscot, the other three
counties composing the circuit.
New Madrid, Mississippi and
Cape Girardeau voting for Mr.
Of course we regret that tlie
committee did not see lit to
place Pemiscot's candidate on
the ticket, lor he is young, vigor
ous, a rirstclass lawyer, .1 thor
ough gentleman and in every
way qualilied for that, high otlice.
border. sideration, in more than one pol-
.1 ust at present, the nominee itical campaign, and those men
ol his party for prosecuting attor- who have sought to hound the
ney in Oklahoma City, was at, one mini with a "past" h;ue seen
time a desparado. themselves go down in defeat
Caleb Powers, alter awaiting oelore a frowning public.
trial eight years hi the State It is pleasing to note that in
Kentucky, lor complicity in every one of these cases the fact
I the murder of Governor Gohel. was either known or the identity
'was elected to congress im- was admitted and that the lion-
' mediately upon hi- relea-e. ora hie record of alter life was
! Francis Murphy, the greatest generally accepted as atoning
for early mistak"s or obscure
Naught can be said against the , t"'.perance lecturer and worker
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iiimimtc. nt is iiin.y ipi.tom u win D D'linl ill ill some instances.
Jor the position, and this county I who gave all of his alter lite to i,.is !U)t operated to discourage
those who in many other places
. in oe lor mm. iaruiner.sviiH
James A. Finch of Pornfelt
was appointed by Goveror Had
1'.V to serve until the new
judge is elected. This being an
t lection to till a vacaucv. the of this district, th meeting was
than the middle of November, at n re seeking honestly and indtis
the most. i t rion.sly to overcome the disad
vantage of a bad start.
Fxperiences such as these
give heart to optimist and lur
nish reformers with ever-
At the meeting of the republi- '
cans at Silceston l,,riila. . to nomi-1
nate a candidate lor circuit judge
increasing zeal. They prove the
judge elected will qualify for ol- harmonious, and alter waiting .J f)f a ',,II,oc:i.a.v
lice as soon as convenient after ' tU 'n;'t. wh- thy r.-signa-' . dniis no) mululy
the election, and will not wait, as
tion of Judge C. H. Faris became
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effective, nominated Ftl. D. Haves I"" "- i""u " "" "" ""
many suppose, until the usually jut.ks011t .r,,. Kayi is thing.
time for officers to qualify. Con- well known, being lb" present There w is a time when the
sequently, Judge Fincli will not ' probate judge ol C ip Girardeau past memt everything. Every
likely serve the people longer ' county. newcomer was questioned. It
There are few families that
have not hidden faraway a skele
ton ol great or small dimensions.
This is probably don1 not so
much out of (ear of criticism, but
because the review is painlul.
It is human to make mistakes,
and atonement should alway la
accepted: it is what a man does in
his after life which count-;. II
he continues to pursue the way
ward way, then he is beyond re
demption, but it lie turns to ad
vantage the later days and dis
tinguishes hinisell as in theabove
cited, then he should enjoy the
same confidence as other men enjoy.
lie itt the polls, and vote the
straight democratic ticket if you
never did before.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Herald Telephone Number ')!.
A tine boy arrived tit the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wilbanks
Tell the new-, lo phone !)l.
P. R. Smith, traveling claim
agent lor the Frisco, was look
ing alter business matters in
this city Saturday.
Ytde padlocks '.'o cents at Mueklrj 's.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Crest have
the sympathy of their many
friends in the loss of their little
girl, born Friday morning.
any news, tell it to
the best farmers in the county,
and is making a hard fight for ,i
betterment of the conditions
of the Jarmer.
Gt a cobbler' et and repair your
.hoe', at home. 50 cents at Buckley's.
John Reasoner died at his
home in this citv at 4:00 p. in.
Thursday, of a congestive chill,
and was buried at Braggadocio.
Friday. He leaves a family,
who have the sympathy of their
Wanted cotton pickers to use No
Chaps for sore hands. Dr. Traut
manns Dm it Store.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased por in c" tho ear.
There Is only one v, to cur, dsafness.
and that is by constlt-aonal remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condi
tion of the mucous Hnlns of the Eusta
chian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed
you have a ru.nblinp sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed.
Deafness is the result, and unless the In
flammation can be taUen out ar.d thl3
, r v,- , , ,. ., , ' tube restored to Its normal condition,
Morgan Worth and fatUllvhave hearing will be destroyed forever: nino
i-iiscs oui ot icn are causea dj- t-aiarrn.
If on know
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H j GJUARANTEED
jmJ B R To vv,ir U juur II
UK AT THE POLLS.
Every larmer of Pemiscot
county should by all means cast
his ballot against the single-tax
proposition on November the .".th.
The rlofe'ir. of this inensiiro .lo. returned from their visit at the v.-hich is nothing but an i-ftamed condl
iih in ii.au n mis nit asm i. to tion 0f the mucous surfaces.
p mds upon the vote of the larm-, fair t o Cape Giradeau. and a vis- r&l?8Z$giSS!8I&$
,,,, , ... . .... , ,,. , Ilall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, tree.
e. rl he purpose oi a single-tax it to (.'haftee. where Mr. Worth f.j.ciienet. ico, Toledo, oaio.
1 tw is to put the burden ol taxa- mvns nuich valuable property. TakoiuuTsramiiyriusxorconsujation.
tion upon tlie land owner and
this means upon the farmer. By a
such a law the taxes upon real -'
estite will be necessarily and fj
greatly increased, because it 9
tikes a certain amount ol money
iti run public allairs each year j
ami ims sum is now maoe up -
These hot days can't last all winter
so don't wait too long to buy your supply
lor the com ini; season. very day that
our store is open our stock is reduced
some, and it is a little difficult to make
your selections. Therefore you should
come early and make your purchases.
You can rest assured that you are well dressed if you
let us fit you with a Schwab suit, prices from
lrom the money paid by every
citizen who owns personal and $
real property or either, includ-
ing stocks, bonds, notes, cash, 4
etc. With the single-tax law on
the books, the citizen who owns $
no real estate, however much &
personal property or cash he jg
owns, would not have to pay one
cent for the support of the state
in which he lives, but the expense S
thereof would fall entirely upon
the land owner and consequently :J
the farmer whether he farms
lis or somebody else's land. ''
Order of Publication.
ST ATI': OK Ml.S.SUl'KI. ,
Men's pants in fancy cashmeres and worsted,
all neat patterns for $1.50 to
Walkover shoes for dress wear and Endicott-Johnson
shoes for heavy wear can't be beat; the price is within the
reach of all.
Wright's underwear, in fleece and spring
needle, per suit
Ladies' plush coats, new style, prices $ 1 0 to
Ladies' whipcord suits
Ladies' blue serge suits
Ladies' whipcord skirts
Ladies' serge skirls in black, blue and tan
The Solastic shoe means comfort and
Many others from 1 .50 lo
Ladies' Setsnug underwear can't be beat for
quality and fit, our price of the suit
Our price of the separate garment
t'OI'NTY or ii:.uscot
Iii Hit Circuil Court,
.M little Moi'irnn. riiiinti.i, ' "
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Walter M orpin, Deft'iulant, B
I In- Stntt' ot Mihsoiui 10 tlui Ahovt' Jf
NiiiiiuiI Hi'lt'iidant, tWinrilNo: -t
And have it of the best proportions, made of the best ingre
dients. Our wines and liquors cannot be surpassed as a ton
ic and cheering bracer. If yet unacquainted with our quality,
you are losing much by delaying longer. They are the purest,
of great strength and body, and exquisite flavor, and their
price is very reasonable.
We also handle Lemp's Falstaff and Tip Top Bottled and
Keg Beers, and a fine line of Cigars. Our place is firstclass
in every particular.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Wu innite n bpet'iu!t of mail order and out of town trade, nod
till ordeih tuine day leivived. Every package uiianuiteed. If
you want bomi'tliinir for your family or for sickliest-, you sureh want
the best. You ran depend upon us for a square deal. A trial
will convince you.
RTo Cheap Goods
Are permitted to bo set ovor our bar. Our saloon experience
is that people want thr bet. The volume an. I wonderful uierein-e
in our business cleiuly proves this, and besides, you can come to
our saloon any time unci you will find the best class of people pat
Price List, For Your Guidance in Ordering:
on me j'.en-by noiilied that an ae- v
lion lias hettii commenced ayaini 1011 v
in the ('ire nt Com t, 01 die ouni ot ,;
Pemiscot, in tin State ol .Missouri, f
tur the purpose ot dissoh injr tl;e $
liomls of iiiiiirimon. heretoftin eon- V
iraeted tietween tlie iilainiilt and said
Bottled in Bond,
Old J. 15. T fl b
hick Hun 1 'Jo
.luck Beam . .. 1L'5
Kdiiewood 1 'Jo
Old W. S.Stone
tlelendtint. on the 'roinuls oi' indi'ni-
tii's, which Mild action is lelurnabii'
tn tlie llrst ln ol tin next term ol
saidt'oiirt, to be be,'iin and holder) at
the courthouse in the t'lty ol Caruth- '
ersville, in tho County of IViniscot jjj
and State of Missouri, when and 9
tlieieou nut appear ami delend '
such action: otherwise I'laintltT's pe- 9
tition will be taken as confessed and
jml'-eiiient ivudered aeeordiiifj'l;. . y
And 11 is further 01 tiered, that a V
copy hereof bo published, accord my u
to au, in tho Uityti Herald, a nown- :
paper published in saul Counn ol ' 9
iVmi-col, foi four weeks successively, Jf
imbli .heil at least once a week, the 1 .-jj
l.ist hiM'i'tlon to lie at 'east liftcen'fc
iIims before the lirt tiny of said next ,-jj
.oeniber Term of this Court. I 4
K. S. lluitiimn, Circuit Clerk. ' -v
it. 1 ... i;.. i. m ':.
Old Fox Klver, burboii 1 25
V. H. I'arker kye 1 '2b
Ronnie Rye 1 'Jo
ellow Stone 1 25
iJellman's Old Crow 1 50
Old Forester 150
lirook Hill 150
Apricot J- 75
App'e 1 01)
Peach 1 00
Alcohol, 188 pioof 125
All kinds of Domestic and
Imported Wines.. 75c to $1 00
CrvBtalized Peach unci Hon
ey and Hock and Hye ... I 00
Yellow Stone, 7 vrsold.
Old Fox Hiver, 7 is old
Old Joe Perkins, bullion. ...91 00 Old I.ick Hun, Syisohl .
uui fox uivei, tiuruon 1 uu Jm.jj Beam..
.iiicKeniieinier Kye j uu
V. S. Stone 1 00
Holland Gin, d o 11 b I e
Htamp... $1 00
Old Tom Gin 1 00
Imperial Drv Gin. 1 00
Cedar Grove Hye.. .
Monogram lJve.... ...
Yellow Coin .
. W 00
. 4 00
. 4 00
. . . 4 00
. . . 15 00
- . .'100
. . 2 50
.. 2 50
. . . 2 00
. 2 00
THE QUALITY STORE, i. kohn, prop
in ivesiie reriruson, ueputy. :
,1 our copy irom uie recorn. $
u nness my iiann, ami seal 01 uie
Circuit Court of Peiniseot County,
this J'.th day of September, 1012.
I seal 10. S. HulVman, Circuit Clerk,
Leslie Fertfiihon, I). U.
Fred Morgan's Saloon
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