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AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER.
IIAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1912.
Government Cost More Than
Doubled Under Roosevelt.
DEMOCRATS' GREAT RECORD
Startling Figures Which Show That
the Coit of Our National Exlstcn. t
and the High Coet of Living Must
Under a proper downward mvlulon
of the Republican tariff schedules the
people of the United States would tare
$2,000,000,000 each year, or over $100
per family on manufactured goodB
President Taft's vetoes of the wool
tariff bill and the steel tariff measure
passed by a Democratic house COST
THE PEOl'LE OP THE IJNITBO
STATES ABOUT $650,000,000 PEH
The cost of conducting the federal
government MORE THAN DOUBLED
between the cIobu of President Cleve
land's second administration (Demo
cratic) and the beginning of President
Roosevelt's second administration (Re
publican). As the DIRECT RESULT OP HIOH
REPUULICAN TARIFF SCHED
ULES the people of the United States
pay a tax FROM NINE TO SEVEN-
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best and latest in drinks wines,
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Tho Contributors' National Wilson and Marshall league has been organliod with V. G. McAdoo, vice chairman
or the national Democratic committee, as president, Charles R. Crane, vice chairman of the finance committee of
the national Democratic committee, as treasurer and Stuart G. GIbbony as secretary for the purpose of aiding In
raising: funds for the national campaign by popular subscription,
In furtherance of this purpose lithographed certificates have been prepared, hultablo for framing, on which are
engraved portraits of Governors Wilson and Marshall and their autographs and which cortlfy that the holders
have contributed to the national Democratic campaign. The denominations of these certificates are $1 SI!, $.", 110.
S25, $50 and $100.
The league supplies these certificates to clubs In large numbers, so they may he Issued when contributions ate
made. It Is believed the solicitation of funds will be groatly aided by this mpthod.
The name and address of each contributor should bo forwarded to the Contributors' National Wilson and Mar
Bball league, room 1,308, Fifth Avenue building, New York city, whore a complete record of all contributors will b
A facsimile of the artistic certificates Issued by this league follows:
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ITEIOHT PER CENT on food ana
ordinary household articles used In the
home by every family, rich and poor.
The tolal cost of running the federal
government In 1860 was $55,000,000.
The amount appropriated at a single
session of the Slxty-tlrst congress for
the fiscal year 191 1 $1,027,133,446.44
was more than double tho amount
$954,496,055.13 appropriated for tho
fiscal years 1897 and 1898 at both ses
sions of the Fifty-fourth congress, the
last congress of tho second Cleveland
Only eight yearB elapsed between the
close of the second administration of
President Cleveland and tho beginning
of the second administration of Presi
dent Roosevelt and yet the amount ap
propriated during tho four years of the
latter $3,842,203,577.15 was more
than double that appropriated In the
four years Mr. Cleveland was at tho
helm viz. $1.871.59.857.47.
For 1910, the last fiscal year provid
ed for In congress under President
Roosevelt, the highwater mark In ap
propriations $1,044,401,837.12 was
President Taft's estimate to the last
session of congress for government
support for the llscal year was $1,040,
648,026.55. In other words, governmental ex
penses for the FOUR YEARS of Presi
dent Cleveland's administration (Dem-
scratlc) were only $830,861,551.92 moro
than President Taft's (Republican) es
timate of the amount necessary to cov
er the expenses of ONE YEAR of
President Taft's administration.
Congressman John J. Fitzgerald of
New York, a Democrat and chairman
of the committee on appropriations, In
addressing the house Aug. 26. 1912. on
the subiect of appropriations onld,
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in every particular all the
whiskies, brandy, gins, beer.
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"Thoughtful men have watennn witti
alarm the rapid Increase In tho cost of
Kovernment In the United States." Ho
further said that two causes seem re
sponsible for many present oviln'
"Ono. the UNFAIR AND UN.TVST
SYSTEM OF TAXATION by which
an undue share of income by those
whoso circumstances In life are not
considered more than reasonably com
fortable Is taken through our customs
laws for the support of our govern
ment; the other, tho dimculty or inabil
ity to readjust our system of taxation
and to remove many taxes from tho
necessaries of life, so long as the GOV
ERNMENT IS EXTRAVAGANTLY'
CONDUCTED, or the Instrumentali
ties provided for the conduet of the
public Bervlce are cither Inefficient or
are not utilized so ns to render the
most effective and comprehensive re
sults." Mr Fitzgerald then callod attention
to the fact that the Democratic party
pledged itself if Intrusted with power
to do two things REDUCE TARIFF
DUTIES AND RETRENCH PUB
LIC EXPENDITURES by eliminating
svaste In administration and tho aboli
.Ion of useless. Inexcusable offices.
The Republicans talk about tariff
evlslon, and yet when a Democratic
louse in fulfilling Democratic promises
.o the people reduced the tariff, a Re
publican president vetoed the measure.
'By their works shall ye know them."
Democrats in every state of the
Union should organize and prepare
'or polling a record breaking vote Nov.
. Be It remembered that no matter
how certain victory seems, overconfl
lence Is alway dangerous.
la there any reason why the Demo
:ratlc party should go out of existence
simply t-.'cause Mr. Roosevelt has tak
jn up the Progressive measures adopt
2d by the Democrats eighteen years
igo? W. J. Bryan
Mr. Roosevelt stood as a guarantor
tor Mr. Taft. Mr. Bryan says. "Now
Allien Roosevelt has failed so tittptl
n his judgement of men. 1 ask c.in he
ass correct judgment on himself"
There has been no disturbance of
lusiness Interests during this preslden
Jal campaign Why? Coiii. deuce in
.he Integrity of the Democratic nomi
leea and right purposes of the party.
IS FOR WILSON
Philanthropist Calls Taft and
Roosevelt Protectors of Trusts.
TIME RIPE FOR CHANGE
"ays No One Can Safely Challenge the
Soundness of the Views or Leader
ship of Wilson and Marshall, Who
Have Been Before tho People.
By JOHN CRIMMINS,
Noted Philanthropist and Irish Amer
Athe outset of an argument In rela
!n to the approaching election for
president nnd tIcp president we must
view what has caused the greut upris
ing In the country lu connection with
our economic affairs and the admlnis
tiatlon of our government In so far as
It relates to that subject.
There Is no defence offered for the
extensive privileges created by the
tariff preferences through the Repub
lican party and the favors to the
privileged classes and corporations. I
While wealth has accumulated under
these preferences, a fair field and no
favor has been denied to the masses.
We cannot expect remedies from
men high In office who In their entire
life work have been associates and
participants with tho favored class.
Mr. Roosevelt during his entire career
In politics and as the head of his
party has been the protector of many
trusts that the tariff has nourished
and fostered nor have we found him
In the seven and one-half years of his
official life as president strenuous in
removing tariff Iniquities and inequali-1
ties Mr. Taft In his acts and utter
ances Is a party man, believing In a
protective tariff, and would, If elected,
defend what to many minds Is the su
preme cause of unrest.
Free From Evil Associations
In Mr. Wilson and his associate, the
candidate for vice president, we have
two men who have had no associations
with the privileged class, who have
never been in a position to grant or
accept favors or to participate in any
measure that could possibly relate to j
their personal welfare or Increase
their incomes. In the respective pro- j
fppslons that these two gentlemen ,
I have occupied they have bpen day
! laborers, working at their desks as
j many hours as the workman who Is
I industrious and faithful to his task
i The very fact that they have bppn
splected as candidates for the office of
prf-fV.dent and vice president of these
I United States Is an Illustration of one
1 of the grpat boasts of the American
i neoole that the man who Is faithful to
City and County Maps.
I f have on h.ind a number ot up-to-
date maps of the City ol ijujti, worth
Vi.OO. which I will sell fur W.0O.
(letter htij these quick, as the Mippl.i
will soot) he f.lmusted. I also
have a few counii maps, whiuh arc a
.resit bargain, at .." .5(1.
I.. K. THlH'iM. Curuthersvillt!, Mo.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lump i
special brew. i
Call for a bottle oi Tip Top, Letup'.
latest and best special brew.
i All the bcsl and latest in drinks at,
i Fied Morgan's saloon. Or if xou
wil whiskey, wine or beer lor votir
1 famil or for medicine, the slock is
l large und jou can get what ou call
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Call fir a l-nulo of Tip Top. Leinp'.s
ipcriul lnvw .
Kvorybody who lines whiskey
i Hhould iihh tliu hext. It is not ho like
ly to make you drunk, leaves no bad
effect, is bettor lor . our health and I
will maku you feel good. You can
U'ct it at Fred Morgans Saloon. 20 j
i The Best Bread Maker'
) lu this I'nH of (lit) Country i
I Will Ship to All Points
jl'KTtilt STItKIKF, llnytl, Mo
i Phono No. 85.
Two Ohalrs. Firatoluss Service and
Hverythinu noat and clean. I reapucl
fully Bollclt your patronage.
IIAYTI, - MISSOURI
his trust, honest in im wor. reanoss
nnd courageous In his opinions, will In
time be noticed and receive a reward,
rhey have wntched with concern every
side of our political life that enters
Into tho government of our people,
voicing their approval or disapproval
of situations as they nroBe.
Are Typical Americans.
No one can safely challenge tho
soundness of their vIwb or thnlr lead
ership where economic questions enter
Into our governmental affairs. They
are typical Americana.
Governor Wilson and Governor Mar
shall have both been bpfore the people
when thpy received the approval of a
majority of the citizens of their re
spective states for the high office of
nnvernor If It bo tho good fortune
Rain or Shine
finest moving pictures.
Music nnd Amusement.
Don't wear the blues.
Do away with thitt grouch.
Forget it at the
A few moments pleasure and pas
time is better than a dose of medi-
Try a few nights.
TIM I D ORRIS g SALOON
1 have been in the saloon business for 45 years, and the fact
that I am still in the business is sufficient proof and guat
antee of my square dealing and of the quality of my goods.
A FEIW RJAND
Old T.yuch Kye. l.vncli Special. L.inch Special Burhon.
Hupp .lack. American Pride. Konluck Tavern.
Monarch of tl,e West Premium Re. Dry Run.
Wines, Brandies, Oins, Peach and Honei, Rock and Rye, etc.
Out of town trade and mail orders a specialty. Try us.
J. N. LEWIS7 SALOON
A HEW MAN IN A NEW PLACE, WITH OLD WHISKIES
Mail Orders mid Out of Toui Trade
ALL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY RECEIVED
Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Cigars
Vp handle all the best and standard brand, at custo
niarj pricei. Cull and see lis when in loan, or phone
or mail .lour orders,
North Side Square, -
To produce n pood
nnd pure Soda Water
it requires the use of
choice material as well as a scientific pro
cess. Do not alue your stomach in the
use of inferior cnrlinniitril irmvlii. HciiiiiihI
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good and pure Soda Water, the
you womu pure moil. g
Wahl's is the Brand.
When you call foi it, see that it is served and that the crown stopper
bears the trade mark. This will guarantee to you pure and good Soda
Water, Coca Cola, Jersey Cream, etc.
J. S. WAHL BOTTLING WORKS,
of the country to navo tneso two gen-"
tlemen occupy tho presidency and view
presidency of these United States wiy
have the assurance that In their doodn
and acts they will labor to remove tho
unrest that has been created In the ad;
ministration of our governmental af-i
fairs and that there will be equal laws
for all tho people and not special laws
and special protection, and that the
I highest Ideals of a government of thoj
people, by the people and for the peo-
' pie will be brought Into fullest realiza-
Get our booklets
on better farming
The Frisco's guide to good
crops were written by expert
faruieri. Kvcry farmer along
the FriM'o who nants more
crops more prr.fltR should read
"Grahses and Clovers" "For
age and Hay Crops" "Corn
and Wheat Culture" "Soil
Fertility "''Truck Farming"
'Commercial Potato Growing'."
They are all FREE
to an' farmer locat
ed along the Frisco
---write for thein to
day. F. H. WHITE
Springfield, - Mo.
Agricultural and Horticultural
Commissioner, Frisco Lines.
same as J