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   Chillicothe Constitution (Newspaper) - October 27, 1922, Chillicothe, Missouri                                THE DAILY MO OFFICIAL BALLOT OF LIVINGSTON MISSOURI GENERAL 1922 CONSTITUTIONAL NOVEMBER 1922 o D Senator in Congress for Mis souri BREWSTER D Sf Superintendent of Pub lic Schools SAM BAKER DEMOCRATIC O I D D Judge Supreme Court Div ision CONWAY ELDER D Judge Supreme Court Div ision 2 Tw0 to Elect EDWARD HIGBEE Senator in Congress for Mis souri JAMES REED State Superintendent of Pub lic Schools CHARLES LEE D D Jdge Supreme Court Div ision WILLIAM RAGLAND Judge Supreme Court Div ision 2 Tw0 to Elect JOHN WHITE D D Senator in Congress for Mis souri WILLIAM BRANDT State Superintendent of Pub lic Schools JOHN GARDNER SOCIALIST LABOR o D Senator in Congress for Mis souri WILLIAM COX D State Superintendent of Pub lic Schools CHARLES ROGERS CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 1 INDEPENDENT Proposed Constitutional amendment increasing the compensation of mem bers of the General Assembly from flve dollars per day for seventy days to ten dollars per day for one hundred YES NO tteatew Judge Supreme Court Div ision WILLIAM McFALL D Judge Supreme Court Div ision D O Senator in Congress for Mis souri State Superintendent of Pub lic Schools D Judge Supreme Court Div ision FRANCIS M HAYWARD D Representative in Congress Second District KEITER D State Senator Fourth Dis trict PICKETT D ROBERT WALKER D Representative in Congress Second District RALPH LOZIER D Judge Supreme Court Div ision 2 Tw0 to Elect Q Judge Supreme Court Div ision 2 Tw0 to Elect D Judge Supreme Court Div ision 2 Tw0 to Elect n Judge of Circuit Court 36th Judicial Circuit ARCH DAVIS n For Representative BUSTER n For Presiding Judge of the County RAYMOND RUSSELL n State Senator Fourth Dis trict n Judge of Circuit Court 36th Judicial Circuit D Representative in Congress Second District EUAS ANDERSON D State Senator Fourth Dis trict n Representative in Congress Second District D D Representative in Congress Second District a State Senator Fcurtli Dis trict n Judge of Ciicuit Court 36th Judicial Circuit n For Represent MARTIN DFor Presiding Judge the County JOHN SLATTERY For Judge County Court Eastern District BALES n For Judge County Court Western District LEE D For Prosecuting Attorney NOLAN CHAPMAN D For Judge County Court Eastern District HOWARD n For Judge County Court Western District LUTHER WILLIAMS For Representative For Presiding Judge of the County n Judge of Circuit Court 36th Judicial Circuit n For Representative n State Senator fourth Dis trict n Judge of Circuit Court Judicial Circuit D For Representative ROY BYRD n D For Presiding Judge ol the County D For Judge County Court Eastern District For Prosecuting Attorney ALLEN D For Clerk of the County Court JOHN GALLATIN n For Clerk of the Circuit Court GILLIDETTE D For Recorder of Deeds CLYDE HARPER D For Clerk of the County Court HENRY D For Judge County Court Western District DFor Clerk of the Circuit Court BESSIE ABSHIRE For Recorder of Deeds CLYTA ANDERSON DFor Judge of the Probate Court WEATHERBY DFor Judge of the Probate Court HICKLIN n For Attorney For Clerk of lae County Court n For Judge County Court Eastern District D For Judge County Court Western Disfict For Presiding Judge of the County n For Judge County Court Eastern District I For Clerk of the Circuit Court For Recorder of Deeds n For Prosecuting Attorney D For Clerk of the County Court For Judge County Western District For Prosecuting Attorney D For Clerk of the Circuit Court D For Clerk of the County Court n For Clerk of Circuit Court n For Judge of the Probate Court For Recorder of Deeds j For Judge of the Probate Court n For Recorder of Deeds D For Judge of the Probate Court Instructions to Voters On receipt of your ballot you are to forth with retire atone to one of the voting booths and prepare your ballot for voting in the follow Tovote a straight party place a K mark in the circle immediately below To voto for one or more candidates on more than one party by voting what is com monly called split place a cross X belw one party be aa Oft of the constitutional amend iving settled tie for like office in a a cross X mark in the square to the left of a candidates automatically votes against the candidate whose name appears within the same horizontal lines in the column under the circle in which appears the cross X unless you indicate another candidate to be voted against by drawing a line through such candidates All candidates of the party whose circle is are counted as voted for excepting where squares are crossed preceding the names of the candidates in other columns if two or for the same office are thus to Bcore now after the stood Ml not placed the circle party name at the head i appear in the squares iidates then and none any lino crossing any Mn the voting guse a cross X mark in any man name except as provided above in this word or letter Do not erase any mark you may and do not inclose in the folded ballot any other paper or any If you deface or tear a or wrongly mark the name or make an erasure you may obtain one additional ballot on returning to the ballot clerk the one so defaced or wrongly A ballot placed in the ballot box without any mark shall not be Ballots shall be counted only for the person for whom the marks thereon are If you place a rcark against two or more names for the same and only one candi date is to be chosen for thto the ballots shall not be counted for either such Before leaving the fold your ballot in such a manner as to soncesl your marks Mark your ballot witnout undue Hand the ballot to the judged election selected to take who will number the ballot and deposit it in the ballot Leave the premises as soon as CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Proposed Constitutional amendment striking from the qualifications for voting in this state the requirement that s voter must be a male citizen of the United YES NO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Proposed Constitutional amendment providing for the manltenance of the road system from motor vehicle license fees after the principal and interest of road bonds Is PROPOSITION NUMBER 12 REFERENDUM ORDERED THE PETITION OF THE An act providing for a comity school district and a County Board of Educa tion and defining the powers and duties of said Committee Substitute for HOOM WH 121 net PROPOSITION NUMBER 13 YES NO BcntchM tteabm PROPOSITION A NUMBER TT MEFERENdsJM ORDERED BY THE YES PETITION OF THE An act creating a Department of Labor and consolidating in said de NO partment the powers and duties of various commissions and lenuh House Bill REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act abolishing the offices of jus tices of the peace elected In townships containing a city of one hundred thou sand inhabitants and less than three hundred thousand Inhabitants and pro viding for the transfer of business pending before such justices to other justices of the peace provided for by Bill Fiftyfirst PROPOSITION NUMBER 14 PROPOSITION NUMBER REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act creating a State Department of Budget with power to prepare an annual budget and exercise super visory control of expenditures of pub lic Senate Bill NO Snatch of tteakm REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act repealing Article chap ter R and Constables in townships of two hundred thousand and ss than four hundred thousand and enacting n new nrticle tit lien fhrinsj the standai ds of eligibil ity to the office of ice of the peace in such increasing the juris diction of justice courts pro viding for a presiding requir ing justices of the peace and constables in such townships to give pre scribing their duties and powers and fixing their Senate Bill Fiftyfirst PROPOSITION NUMBER 15 PROPOSITION NUMBER REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act abolishing the office of State Inspector of Oils and conferring the powers and duties thereof upon the Supervisor of Public House Bill YES NO Sermtehm PROPOSITION NUMBER f REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act abolishing the office of State Beverape Inspector and conferring the powers and duties of said office upon the Supervisor of Public Wel Houss Bill YES NO ScntekM REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act attending the existing law so as to provide that the county court may not appoint additional justices of the peace in townships having not less than three hundred thousand nor more than six hundred thousand Senate Bill Fiftyfirst General tteatm PROPOSITION NUMBER 16 PROPOSITION NUMBER 8 REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act abolishing the office of con stable in containing a city of one hundred thousand and less than three hundred thousand inhabitants and providing for the transfer of the powers and duties thereof to a eon stable to be appointed or elected in such Senate Bill General F REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act creating the office of Super visor of Public Welfare and vesting in said office the powers of the Food and Drug House Bill PROPOSITION NUMBER REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act creating a State Department of Agriculture and consolidating in said department the powers and duties of various commissions and Committee Substitute for House Bills 462 and Fiftytirst Gtneral YES NO Scratch ttoakom YES NO of tteakm PROPOSITION NUMBER REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION Of THE An act dividing the State of Mis souri into sixteen congressional dis Senate Bill FiftyHrst Gsooral PROPOSITION NUMBER 18 PROPOSITION NUMBER 10 REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act abolishing the thirtyeight Judicial circuits and the Sturgeon Court of Common Plpas and cresting thirtyfour new judicial House Bill YES NO M of atow PROPOSITION I I NUMBER 1 REFERENDUM ORDERED BY THE PETITION OF THE An act providing for a system of workmens compensation and creating a commission iilmlnistpr the House Bill YES NO Scratch PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETI An act providing for damages for personal Injuries or death resulttaje from the wrongful act or neglect of abolishing fellow servant rule as a abolishing the fje fense of contributory and substituting thereof the law com parative making the de fense of assumption of risk one of tact to be left to a making an em ployer liable in damages for injuries caused to an employee while engaged in his employment by any omis sion or neglieence of any other em regulating jnrudle tloo and appeals in personal injury and repealing the Workmen s Compensation Proposed State Compensation and Personal Injury Law by Initiative PROPOSITION NUMBER 19 proyoseil measure submitted by initiative petition to revise and adjust the apportionment of the state into Senatorial Districts upon the basis of the last States decennial cen so the saul Senatorial Dis may conform to the constitution al requirements or con venience aud equal I STATE OF MISSOURI County of Clerk of the County Court of Livingston State of do hereby certify that the foregoing iorms of bollots are in compliance with the requirements of Sec tions 4859 and Revised Statutes In Testimoney I have hereunto set my hand and af fixed the seal of the County Court of Livingston State of Done at my office in the City of this the 21st day of SEAL Clerk of the Countv 1   
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