The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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Tim liowa County News
ROBERT HUGHES, Editor and Prop.
SpfcMrlpUon 11.00 Per Veer In Advance.
Publlabed Tburedav of each week.
rered at the Poet OOoe at lx>ne Wolf a*
Claaa Mall Matter Apr> IK, ISOH.
Jhursday, May 21, 1914.
The Kiowa County News is
authorized to make the follow- .. . . L1
in, announcements, subject to ^strict. Judge Hays came to
highest typo, a man of fine
education and courtly manners,
but a lawyer of rare ability and
wide experience, and if nomin-
ated and elected to the qilice he
seeks “he will deal fairly and
justly between- man and man,
according to the right, regard
less of their respective stations
in life.” Therfe • .dire strong
and uumistakable words, which
we (piote from the endorsement,
and must impress usall seriously
and convincingly as to .ludge
Hays’ qualifications for the
chair of justice in this judicial
Blaine counties thoroughly and
when the primary polls open ifi
Augast it will be found that his
canvassing has r.ot beep in vain.
Meantime he places, himself
without reserve in the hands of
his party, and whatever decision
tfce party comes t6 in his case
Will Ik,* accepted by hid1 loyally;
the Democratic primary of
August 4, 1914:
For District Judge
JOHM T. HAYS
For State Senator. (5th district
0. J. LOGAN
W. S. FERGUSON
MISS A. E. LANE.
J. B. HENDRIX
For Commissioner, 2nd District—
J. J. McMILLAN
EMMET C. LAUGHL1N
The name of the Hon. John
T. Hays will he found In the
announcement column of the
News this week. He comes be .......
fore the people as candidate for ' f ‘j,"
the high office of District Judge
of the 17th Judicial District of
this state. He has the unanim-
ous fendorsement of the Kiowa
County Bar Association, specially
Hobart ten t years ago. He
received his early education at
the A. & M. College. Lexington,
Kentucky, and taught school on
completing his course there, to
provide means to enter the law
department of Vanderbilt Un-
iversity, Nashville, Tenn. He
has practiced his profession now
for twenty-live years, ton of
which, we have, just said, at
Hobart in this state and county.
One of the most noted traits in
Judge Hays’ character js his
studious habits. When not in
attendance in the court room
looking after the interests of
hisclients he is sure to be found
in his ollice absorbed in his law
hooks, or looking up in his
extensive law library references
in the voluminous statute depart-
Kiowa, Washita. Custer and should be above the schemes
BP When the state,
needed the services of the ablest 1 °* fur 8*atc 18 a^e8K'd by the
lawjeri to codify its laws he fadt that he was connected with
was one of the four chosen, es-1^1? codifying ot our laws prior
tablishing his standing as a to^he H^rris-Day Code. He is
. profound and learned jurist, the I mfture *n #ca,s an~ 1 ripe *n
called together for this purpose regult of his deep and sU>ad> ex\)crienca-Clinton News.
a week ago last on ay. 1SJ researches in the wide field of , , ~
testimony alto his merits an ^ As u his ,oyalty t0| Judge John T. l qjs. w ho is a
eminent fitness for the position the Demucratic t it ig! prominent candidate for the
he aspires to by h.s fellow aUoKeth,r unntfCOS8a?y to maU/democratic nom,nation for dis-
members of the legal profession \nn%......u., ;= n....... trict judge in tins district w as
is the most'/ora-’Kc!. plea that
could be put forwaid in hie be-
and intrigues necessary to make
politics a success. That aside
from being a proficient lawyer,
a man to be a successful judge
must possess that judical tem-
perment that keeps him free
from prejudice and prevents the
forming of hasty and immature
conclusions. The people of this
country have long felt the need
of judges with ideas of this
'kind who possessed the ability
to carry.them into effect. Judge
Hays is a man of mature years
and impresses one as being
Conscientious and earnest.—
Clinton Chronical. ,
The. Kiowa County Democrat
is authprized this week to an-
nounce the name of Judge John
T. Hays of Hobart as a candidate
lor district judge of the 17th
judicial district, subject to the
democratic primary of Ausust 4.
Ten years ago Judge Hays
came to Hobart and since that
time has actively engaged in the
law practice and he is considered
one of our very best attorneys.
He is capable, courteous and
painstaking in his work, He is
energetic and always busy.
When not found in the court
room pleading for his clients you
will find him preparing himself
Hays has been well known ns n't >r further usefulness in a care-
suqcessful advocate, and tbs i^soaici of me latest legal
is well versed in the organic law opinions.
When the state needed able
lawyers to Codify its laws. Judge
Hays was one of the four
chosen. He is well Verged ih
every,phase of our statutes.
The people have confidence in
him, and his high moral charao
ter combined with his splendid
Judge John T. Hays one of
Hobart’s most eminent praction-
ers, was in Clinton Monday and
Tuesday calling upon the voters
in regard to his ambition to be
the next judge of the Seven-
teenth judicial district. Judge
Hays has lived in Hobart since
1903 and is well known in that
city and county tor his Ability As
a lawyer, and his high standing
as a citizen of unimpeachable
It is gratifying to know that
such men aspire to the bench,
for it is upon the judiciary, after
all. is said and done that the
rights of the people rest. They
are the last resprt against op-
pression or persecution of any
kind, John T. Hays is of such
teruperment and of such a
mentality as to make an ideal
As a trial lawyer Johh T.
half. They assure the voters of
the District, in the plainest and
most emphatic language, that he
iff not only a citizen of the campaign.
lie is a Demo-i cjinton Monday ifigbt ;jmdjtive cumpaign in Kiowa, Washita,
crat first, last and all the tithe, I 111* *’*' •’ T"*"".
..........________ Tuesday getting acquainted and
legal training eminantly qualify
him for a district judge.
Judge Hays will make an ac-
County Bar Association has en-
doreed him and they commend
him to the voters of this dis-
trict.—Snyder, Kiowa Connty
The political pot is beginning
to boil in earnest, and the candi
dates for the various state
offices are out to be looked over
by the voters.
In this issue of the Herald ap-
pears the announcement of
Judge John T. Hays, of Hobart,
for the office of District Judge
of this the 17th Judicial District,
Endorse John T. Hays
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Be it resolved by the Kiowa
County , Bar Association, in
special call meeting assembled
on this 11th day of May 1914,
having the utmost confidence jn
the honesty, integrity and - legal
ability of our brother lawyer,
Hon. John T. Hays, that we
unqualifiedly endorse his candi*
dacy for the office of District
Judge of the 17th Judicial
District of Oklahoma, ar.d re-
commend him to the voters of
composed of the counties of- the district as a man in every
Blain. Custer, Washita and way qualified for this office as a
Kiowa,-one of .the largest citizen of the highest type and
districts in the state. To the of fine education; as a lawyer of
people of thq district, this is one experience and excellent ability.
of the most important of state
offices. It is.in this court that
the rights most sacred to the
citizens is to be considered and
passed upon. Here it is that,
these important rights are put
in the scales. and balanced ac-
cording to right and justice. In
whose hands can the voters of
this distriqt better place the
scales of justice than in the
handB of Judge Ha£s? He is
held in the highest estimation as
a man and as a lawyer by his
acquaintances, friends and
neighbors. He is a man of fine! Doing things.and doing them
education, is a sound well-read [ jn the way the/ should be done
and as one who, if nominated
and elected District Judge, will
deal fairly End justly between
man and man, according to the
right, regardless of their re-
spective stations in life. And
we unhesitatingly recommend
Mr. Hays as a man who is in
every respect entitled to the
confidence and trust of the
Nestor Rummons, President.
J. G. Hughes', Sec’y.
Custer and Blaine com lie
l ..wjer, and an advocare of the
first .order. Those who know
him best can truthfully say that
the same ■ ■ fair and impartial
trial will be accorded alike to
the weak and the strpng, the
poor and the rich, in case he is
selected our District Judge.
His sterling integrity, his
high minded ideas, and bis
splendid legal training eminently
qualify him for this jiigh office.
We believe Judge John T.
Hays should be nominated as
to * party’s candidate for this
h r «rtant office, and the Herald
is what make! the truly g&at
It's as sure as shoo tin' that a
feller who is constitutionally an
idler wants everyone to join,
and hence is as great a nuisance
to busy folks as an army of flies
with the squatter out of com-
and everybody knows it who | lookinir over the political situa- desires every voter to i»i >g j «*
knows him. Beginning soon, tjon Judge Hays says h is not his record as an a;torn*-,* *«..i h erfully commends him to the coming season.
Judge Hays will open bis a politician, us he ft els that an a citizen. j\wkcis wf ths district.—Mountain I
While waiting for^ Huerta lo
get what’s coming to him, let’s
proceed to the confide rat ion of
how we are going to take care
of *he super abundant crop* the
He will cjiAi>w#lappU»au»iXw* judicial positieu* BwJteftdtteadfc
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Hughes, Robert. The Kiowa County News. (Lone Wolf, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1914, newspaper, May 21, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc914849/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.