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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 May 1913

" ' TftS5kMMf 'WW; HHW W -A'-' "TT' Jf41tV "'9W '(, Si .! Dr. M. H. Hudgins of Cavuth ersvillo was a Hayti visitor Sat urday. A large Wox of talcum powder for a dime, at Buckley's. 25 Lee Dones was over from Ca- ruthersville Wednesday after I noon. Judge G. R. Henderson of Con- LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Peter Streiff has placed his name upon our honor roll. Bov's Blouse waists 25 cents, at Buckley's. 25 Dig Hiizol was over from Ca ruthersville Wednesday. Everett Uaird has placed his llfclllU 11 WWII UIIU 11U1111U I1W1IVII 1 Wlti -i , All 1 1 cord transacted business in this A nice line of hoy's knee punts, all nv mi,,. ,.0,1.11 "full pb," at Huckl-y's. 'Jo clj- H"y. -, r n L , .i .i ! ' Ladies: Yn nn rot a ifood thlm- .1. I. Barnptt ol i aruther.NVille ,,, ul nlu.uk- ', i,i iwnts. 'S w.i- m this (;iiy Thursday. - ' , . , ,, ... .. . , ., Cliiy IliuluinVul I'lirjitlicrsviHi' ,.,.sVH,. Wiis a 1 Ii. ti visitor w.i-sii Hayti Wtoi Thursday. 'Thursday. Hm.iViV.T-""0 '' lueu" ,,,m, Mn' Sliirl'.v...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 May 1913

5Jjf' jcr -v -sprar-i SXTTCTV- S" r -fSMiFra! r !V i It; ft r 1 Mrs. Pearl Gaskins is visiting in St. I)uis. J. C. Goad was over from Ken nett Tuesday. Dr. H. S. Iveirsey of Bragga docio was in this city Sunday. Mrs. Lena Graham is visiting her husband in St. Louis. Dr. Trau tinann left Monday night, on a-business trip to St. Louis. We expect another big crowd t our last High School play, i !e sure to come. l, L. and Mrs. Popliara at tended to business in Caruthers ille Monday. Get into the Tribe of Ben liurand have good protection and enjoy the social side of life. Clel Tindle of Caruthersville attended to business with the Citizens Bank Tuesday. Be sure to see that play. "A Puzzled Detective," at the City Kail, Friday night. .Tas. Hassler has just returned from a trip to Kentwood, La., where he has been buying land. You cannot afford to miss "A Puzzled Detective." We want you to be there. "XjiTi Copjrrljbt Han Scbiffocr ic Marx wuuiNU men suits such as young men want are ready her...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 May 1913

"?V()RWt . TLJE7 Mil. rdAYTI HERALD " The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. VOL. 5. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1913. NO. 29. ., .j,, , '-"Wjf " DISASTROUS FIRE. Saturday afternoon, at six o'clock, a half a block of frame buildings on the north side of t he square ver' tb'st royetl by tin. Thu fire originated in a little '"hole in-the-wall" restaurant, as we understand, liy some jra so li ne beiny; spilled on the tloorand because itmneiliate etVorts were not made to smother or extin guish the Humes. It. seems some meal, or somethiuif of thai kind was thrown on the burniuir ELECRIC LIGHTS. Polos for the electric lighting system are being placed upon the ground this week, and the I work or erecting them will begin right ava,. lint it seems now 'that our city may get up against ,i hard proposition, u a ti A "CHRISTIAN'S" FALSEHOOD. made on the saloons and they should be unable to get up a pe tition, it will be impossible for our city to raise suth...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 May 1913

B q 3-iwv jia ft1StWt'Sa,8SfcJtra!rDWfl tr1 vK,j&st3miKA tq waLWiKrttrj, MajngnBgea?aaawscwwtMasAa ini mi pi.iaBgjgsiBgiiMs If j i hi T. ;J T1&U5TMANN Physician mul Surgeon Office plione CO, Restdonco 60. EtAYTI, - - - MlBSOURI. 'pftlce Plume .".it. Ties. Plione 30. J. (. CKIDER Physician mid Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri T HE HATT 1 .TETJE R A D PUIU.IHIIKD KVKKV THUU8DAV, BY WlMJAM. YOIIK, EDITOR AND PlIB. TKKMH OK SUBSCRIPTION: 81.00 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE ENTERED AT THE t'OSTOFFICK, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER Ofllce In City Hall, Southwest Room, Hnytl, Pemiscot County, Missouri Kelly. T3ut of course that is im possible, and we believe such talk is very unfair to the Judge in fact, no greater insult could be offered to him. The Onl. Kefoynized Straight Di'iiiocrutic Newspaper in the Count, F. A. MAYES Ph.vHiflnn and Surgeon Hayti, HOW TO STOP IT. A newspaper cannot lake a stand on any public question without being hurt by the oppos ing side, yet a private indivi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 May 1913

'if wwmwj I'tftlMflStWWlM! LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Basil Heard was in Caruthers. ville Thursday. Dixiu Reed, the farmer-mer chant, was in Hayti Saturday. 14-ltoom House for Sale, near depot, at a bargain. .1. II. Ferroll, Hayti. Elias Nunn was here from Gay oso Saturday. Lonnie Fisher of Portageville visited H. Thompson last week. to explain to tho farmer what Ir tho best for hlin to buy. P. M. Perkins. J. N. Bryant of Caruthersvllle was in Hayti several days last week. Leo A. Greenwell went up to ! St. Louis Saturday night to at tend to business. Hubbor! Uubbcr!! Streleh your ejrjr ptoilueUon ly buytntr Indian Mrs. D. Kins received $3,000 on the life of her husband Thurs day, Lawyer Von Mayes has been attending to her affairs. F. M. Perkins left Saturday night, on a business trip to St. Louis. He will be away several days. Bum coal for cooking and for otlw er purposes, ouuan iret coal any iij,i.ii i.. ri.. .1. .,....:... i i ...... si iiu riiusutt. iiiuuu.il uui uum any (Kiiolier) Ktin...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 May 1913

i-Ui; 3CJhMl"1"JfPBi"""' ii'iiiiiii "!ZMWMimaMMm)ai MiamuKumm- -, -- .. . afMEtcSjSii.i; -lf"teli.'M.l. f,iJ,n.1.,i - My,iii.wSjgft'"3tfttfft,ilwt -Vit JgBfWWS"'- I i i 11 STARTLING FIGURES. The Kovernmont report for Pemiscot county cotton produc tion, WIO. 1011, 1912, counting round bains ns half bales and ex cluding linttM's, was, 1910, 16,Hr0 bales; WW, -J,880 bales; 1912, ..,04l bales. A careful inspec tion of the above figures will show the real cause of the pres ent close times. It is remarka ble that the cotton production in Pemiscot county could drop down 10.7H2 bales last year, or nearly half the production of r,he year before. Sell the Roosters Now. Infertile eggs keep much bet ter than fertile ones. This fact has been noted by everyone who runs an incubator. Eggs that have been kept at 103 degrees F for a week or ten days and on testing are found to be infertile, how very little, if any change. Indeed, unscrupulous persons often sell such eggs. This fact should be taken a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 June 1913

"; -$ - ..' f. H 1 Vfcl ; r fHE HAYTI HERALD i, ..'i The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. VOL. 5. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 5,1913. NO. 30. ir t rr rv f HIS MUG PUNCHED. Considerable dissatisfaction has arisen at Caruthersville as to ENTERTAINMENT. The pupils of rooms 1, 2, !5, 4 and f of the Hayti public the exaggerated reports in the! schools will rive an entertain .Arusus to the audithm situa-' ment at ihc city hsill Friday tion and last hV'nhiy evening Carl niht. the iHh. the proceeds of SOME FACTS-PAST AND PRESENT. How many people in Hayti re- nig the city hall indebtedness? I member the conditions in Hayti I The merchants' tax and li I'roin June II, P.HHi to June II, censes and other such revenues Uinham discussed the question rather pointedly with II. li. Averill who is acting as editor of that paper and the former be came angry and struck Mr. Averill, the city marshal not hap- which will go to the school li brary. An interesting program...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 June 1913

T. J. TRAUTMANN Ph.VNici.iin mid Surgeon Office phone f)0. Roaldonco 60. Hayti, ... Mibsouui. THE HAYTI HERALD PUBMSUEI) EVKKV TllUllSDAY, BY WILLIAM YOKK, EDITOK AND PUIt. TEUMH OK 8Un80BllTION: 81.00 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE qmce Phmif .V. Res. Phone HO. ' J. G. CRIDER i Physician and Surgeon I Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES PhjHicinn and Surgeon ayti, - - - Missouri ENTERED AT THE l'OBTOKFICE, HAYTI, MISSOURI, AB SECOND CLASS MATTER Office in Ulty Hull, Southwest Room, Hayti, Pemiscot Oounty, Misaouri The Only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in the County. INNOCENT AND GUILTY-WHICH? S. J JEFFRESS LA WYE It Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil rladineaa Promptly Attended to OHice in Court House Cahutukiibville, - MISSOURI duncan & Mccarty ATTOKNEYS-AT-jAW Will practice In all the courts Office Over Puft Olllce CAKUTHERHVILLE, Mo. Phone 159. P. S. RAVENSTEIN ARCHITEC...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 June 1913

"vwij; pm'J7Ti i .i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. .Tule Elder was over from Ca ruthersville Thursday. t J. W. Bandy is a renewal sub scriber. 14-Uoom House for Rule, near depot ut u bargain. .1. II. Ferrell, llu.Mi. .1. P. Scott, the "Village Black smith." is a now subscriber. patsbwghPerfect TmsmrvMztisiiieser, & i: I Slf SeS - -SI Those shrewd farmers who have stretclu-d 4,l'ittblnirp;h Perfect" Fence on tlicir property ArrRECi atk its iineipi.ileil strength and durability. They know it success fully withstands the elements, the knocks of planting, cultivating, harvesting, the lough usage given it by hur-.es, cattle and hogs they SI i: it trcu, tncnaiul firm, as good as new, year in and year out. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence own ers at all times are reaping the results of highest fence efficiency. Tuiifti. muiitr. duriblc Open lleartb wire liLc uM time iluii wire cirelully f-ihauird wltli pure yihi. ii uej exclusively in " 1'itti tiursb Herfri.1" lerice. '1 Le wires it eiery luutoct point...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 June 1913

Think It Over. To Tin: Businicss Mkn op Hayti: Whi'ii we started this paper, nearly five years ago, Hay ti had no paper, and we under took the labor with the under .standi nn that we were to receive a liberal .supiort. For the past three years, however, since the return of prosperity this paper sacrificed its own best interests and cut its own throat to bring to your town, we have con ducted the paper largely at our own expense and with what pat ronage we could draw from Ca ruthersville and other towns, and iit the same time we have em ployed labor cheap and worked day and night and Sunday to get out a credible paper. Now, there is going to be a change, :uid one that we have been figur ing on for many months. We do not believe we have a subscriber outside of the Hayti list bub who takes the Herald on account of his personal feeling for the edi tor. The two county seat and local option lights have incensed the people of the county against our city, but not against us. On account of o...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 June 1913

m 'jwTiwrwip-jri& "pf(jpf)fa 3P .'l ' THE HAYTI HERALD - n.pwft . . 4 The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. - VOL. 5. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913. NO. 31. "BE YE NOT DECEIVED."-BIBLE. No man could have tried harder than wo have to tell the plain, unvarnished truth for the information and protection of the people. ..ml to preserve peace, harmony and goodwill, and. as strange as it. uia. viMii, while we have proved and established everything wo' hue said, there aie si ill those who endeavor day and night to poi--j on the mind of the public against us and deceive the people hito be lieving we have lied. liut. "be ye not deceived." people. We are1 laboring for you and for your wood, for truth, right and justice ami lor the majesty uf the law of our country, without which there1 could he no guarantee of life and liberty and the enjoyments of the fruits oT our labor, but every man would be a law unto himself, and like the animal, would depe...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 June 1913

1" mmhiimiiuuw itK ,-yiw ""4 T. J. TRAUTMANN IMiyrtlcian and Surgeon Ofllco plume oil. Rnsldence 00. Hayti, - MISSOURI. Olllce Phone '). Hus. Phone .'10. J. G. CKIDER LMi.VHlcian and Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician ami Surgeon Hati, - - Mibsouiu S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri YON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, Mo. J. S. GOSSOM I'roHccutltiK Atto.'iley PmiHCot Co. All Kindt) of Civil riiidintjHB Promptly Attended to Office in Court IIouhu Cahuthkksviu.k, - Missouri Duncan & Mccarty ATTOItNRYS-AT-LiAW Will urnutlfiH in all tlio courts Oflicc Over Pout Oflice ivki;thkksvii.i,k, Mo. Phone 15S. P. S. RAVEMSTEIN ARCHITECT AND BUILDER Pire and Ah Insurance. Notun PnliJic. PHONE 28 HAYTI. MO. Barber Shop and Bath Room Newest, Largest, Nicest and Best Place in Town. H. M. RANSBURGH, Prop. FRED MORGAN BUILDING QITT POOL HALL Joe Milfoil, Prop. Neat, now building, new tables and hxtures, jrnod Monday and nilit. Courteous treatm-nt. For a pleasant lio...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 June 1913

"wmw$VJ"7 1$ LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Jake Williams was here from Dry Bayou Thursday. 14-Room llouso for Sale, near depot, at u bargain. J. 11. Kurrell, llayti. Esq. Doss Hudgons was hero irom Dry liayou Friday. Hob Sanders, the Concord con stable, was in Hayti Saturday. Dr. G. S. McFarland of Foust was in Hayti one day last week. l.-iu.ver F. Uhou il Hlytho illeasin thisiily Tluir.sclay. I"i Indian R, inner I ueU eggs -l. Oil. . V" belli half the loss of hatching. . "see I ...i rarctv rroviuc. 1-111 Mil Dr. Hudgius of t 'uruthersville! was in t lii-. city Monday. Dixie Recti was in from the farm Friday. !. K. S. Horry of Cimithorsville .llteniled to business, in 1 his city Thursday. Fred Morgan intended tu busi ness mutters- in Memphis Thurs day. (let a few egg luacbiiies ami '.tow rieli. Karis i l'ro ine i IK ."i Indian Runner IhirL eggs lur l.u(). lsf I'ncle Henry Soluilz has placed his name upon the Herald honor roll. iJliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiliiliiiiiiiiiiii...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 June 1913

f7 t Bank Failure. The Pemiscot County Bank, at CarutlnT-svillc, the oldest in stitution of the kind in the coun ty, failed lust week, but as the state hank examiners have not yet completed their auditing and made their report,, we do not feel .instilled in publishing rumored details. It is Mifiieient to know that the deposit (! will be taken care of. The Citizens Trust Company, nitha capital of $100,000, lias .leen organized to take over the itusiness ol the old bank, the ofli-1 irs and members being: F. .l.i 'unninghum. president; .1. V. McFailaml, ice-president: Lee V. Hood, second vice-president; '. j. Martin ol St. Louis, tem porary cashier; A. H. Scoggins, nookkeeper; .1. S. Wahl, Lee V. Hood, .1. A. Cunningham, I .1. Cunningham, Charles Dorroh, S. P. Reynolds. R. B. Hart, A. L. Oliver, .1. V. McFarland, C. W. Shields, T. M. Smith,.!. M. Hal-1 lard, Mrs. H. H. Hallard, T. H. Warden, C. T. Scoggins, T. D. ! Curtner. The new institution will likely be opened for business this we...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 June 1913

'""V- "'-,- wTSI'WjSfflgfi M I 41 AVT Y 1 ALD The only Recognized Straight DemocrnSic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. VOL.5. HAYTI, MISSOURI TITltaftDAY. JUNE 10,1913. NO. 82. in -tut -fnwfcikJtJLAWt'fcCi Ti-JET r 11 1 i HhK If l It 13 FALLACY OF MADSTONE. THE BETTER WAY. Kkik.vd Youk: Having been in-; You people who want to lei 11 t'TViowcil by another owner of the Herald, the mayor and oth ul a famous "nindstone." ,on it- whit want to pnt it out of .i-lii mo soiiii' tinii ami to iv business. ;im the noyeolter. do w nti-an nrtieli' which 1 wrote yon know thiit .mi arc lu'iipin siur.c til'leon year. am for my coals upon voiir own head? Did I rii'iid. tlv Into V. D. Seliult. and j yon over stop to think that wo by 1 1 1 in published in tin1 IVniis- could yivo up every subscriber, cot I'p'ss. 'The liii e mi tide was every advert i-einert and eerv entitled the "The Fallacy of the piece of job work in llayti and Madslone." 1 wiote il alter still make a lixiiiu', continue the lisiunsi'i'ii...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 June 1913

h firiM - T ' ", rfTTliffl' li ' T. J. TKAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon OQlco phone CO. Rnaldonco 00. Hayti, - - - Missouni. Onice Pliotw .Mi. Ilea. Phono 30. J. (i. CKIDER Physician and Surgeon Ilayti, - Missouri THE HAYTI HERALD PUBUSHKU EVEIIY TlIUTlSDAY, BY WlM.IAM YOUK, EDITOR AND PUB. THUMB OK sunscniPTioN: -91.00 A year, cash in advance ENTERED AT THE r-OBTOFKICE, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AS SECOND CLASH MATTER Olllee in Oity Hall, Southwest Room, Hnyti, rVmiHcot County, MIshouH V. A. MAYES PhjHioinii and Surgeon Hayti, - - - Missouri the Frisco, was in Huyti Saturday - - night, looking after some of the recent troubles in wliich some of Tho Only Recognizi-d Straight Democrutiu lNVuspupei' in the County: SOMETHING DOING. O. II. McCarty of Chaffee, superintendent of this division of S. J JEFFRESS I.AWYKR Will JVactlcf In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAVES LAWYER Ilayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM J'rosectitiiiK Attorney Pemiscot Oo. Alt KlrxlH of Civil liiHiness Promptly Attended to Oflic...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 June 1913

nsjWWTWwwyi! 1 ft, i t 8 i to- tY LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Wm. Hale has placed her name upon our honor roll. Esq. J. M. Ball of Concord was in this city Friday. 14-Koom House Tor Snip, near depot, ut a biirfftiin. J. II. Kerrell, IIu.ul. Albert Klinensinith was here from Concord Saturday. Chas. A. Russell was over from Cnruthersville Thursday. Nick Hudtfeiis of Dry linyou :is in llayti Saturday. Dr. M. II. HtiuVms ol Caruth- erville was in iliis cit.v Sunday. 15 Indian Runner Dui'k etras 1.00. W'-beai Ira II the loss (if hulchiuj:, See l-'uris & I'i'oviiif. ltl Tom Patterson of Caruthers vilie attended to business in this city Saturday. W. B. Dewoese of Concord at tended to business in Hayti Saturday. Uutilier! Rubber!! Stretch your ('Lrsr nindiietioii ly buylnjr Indian (Rubber) Runnel' Ducks eritulileejfj,' machine. Karis & Provine sell 'em. Col. A. L. Oliver of Caruthers vilie was shaking hands with his many Iriewlin tlii city Thur.s day night. ('arutherv,ilU' ArjiU.: Ur. ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 June 1913

w wmi -rr -t '."' TX tVWJ.,At5w . - r r ii ircr: $12,000.00 Storage. Chas. and Fred Morgan of this city and .J. S. Wahl of Caruthers villo have just completed arrang ments for the erection of a $12, 000.00 cold storage plant in this city, on the site of the present building. The structure will he of brick, have live compart ments, storage room for 15 cars of ice, and will be equipped with nine-ton refrigerating machin ery in fact., it will be iirst class in every particular and equal in point of service to anything in St. Louis. The building will be, ."0x80 feet. The storage rooms . will be used for different purpos es, such as storing ice, meat and j all kinds of perishable stulT. An ven temperature can be main-1 tained in any compartment from I one year's end to another. The1 plant will go up this fall. Countv Snnerintondont of Schools, Chas. G. Ross of Ca-1 ruthersville, passed through this j city Wednesnay night, on his way to CapeCirardeau, where he will take a summer course in...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 June 1913

wiw'WV.t-'-WM 3) HAY! RALD The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. VOL. 5. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JUNE 26,1913. NO. 83. "$Jlm'-ri rnr-iy y i IHh, HE THE BOYCOTT ANALYZED. lb now transpires, through onuni.Nxiiries, tliutllio I'Visrot'tn plo.vos who boycotted this pupiM' with the merchants of Hayti. want peace, but to just what ex tent we do not know. Our friend, (.'. .). .McF.lhen.v, had a long lalk with us Saturday night. Mr. McKlheny, while a now man in Hayti and knowing little about its past history and loss about us and what we have done Cor our city, seems to have been ti strong man in recent events, and, no doubt, when ho becomes bettor acquainted he will become a power lor good in our affairs. Mr. McKlheny de sired us to remain silent this week, and in a manner we promised him that we would do so and awail the developments lie assured ih would come. Hut, since thinking the matter over, we have concluded that there are certain matters demanding...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 June 1913

:VX h ) H T. J. TRAUTMANN rii.VHlcian and Surgeon Offlco phone 50. Hnsldoncc 00. Hayti, - - M18SOUKI. Olllce Phone ."(). Res. Phone :i0. J. G. CKIDEK Physician and Surgeon Uayti, - Missouri THE HAYTI HERALD PUUMBHKD EVEKY TllUKSUAY, BY WlU.IAM YollK, EDITOR AND PUII. THUMB OK SUHSCniPTION: 81.00 A YKAR, CASH IN ADVANCE KNT-K1.D AT TIIK POSTOI'KICE, HAYTI, MIBBOURI. AS SECOND C-I.ABS MATTKR Ofllco In City Hull, Southwest Room, Hnyti, Pfmiaoot County, Missouri The Only Recognized Straight Deniocrutic ftuivsimpei in thu Count;. F. A. MAYES LMiysk'iau and Surgeon l.AYTI, - MlBSOUKI S. J JEFFRESS LAW YE It Will lYtu'tice In All Courts. Uayti, Missouri THE DOVE OK PJCACIi ABOUT TO HATCH. From time to time the word is brought to us that the Frisco em ployes who have put up the light against this paper wore desirous of peace that they were desir- cott was inaugurated against us, hoping by this means to bluff and browbeat us into forsaking our honor, manhood and prinei pie. The boycott faili...

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