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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 31 July 1913

"aJW-r-Wtf 'Tfy'PjJiM I v. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 1 .1. Greonwoll of Rural Route No. 1 was in Huyti Saturday. Mouses for rent. Sou Mrs. Edith 11. Ivinjf, Ha.vti. Mo. 37if Overtoil Spoor of Itniiidouio was in town Saturday. ICsij. .). M. Ball of Concord was in our city Thursday. A. ,13. Knsloy was luiro from liraadouio Saturday. 14-Kooin llou-e tut-Salt-, near depot, ill ii Itiiryuin. .1. II. Kcncll. Iln.vti. Lester I). Whitner. Maniuand. , is a Herald subscriber. (.i. I. Webb was in from the r.ii.i.i s;.,i ,,..,1., ,. ! ' ' Four Uooin Ite-idcnce tor Sale -ood location. At a bargain. Sum Law. "THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH" John F. Scott -P ? Shop northeast of public si(iiaiv, See us for all kind-, ol woik. SCOTT & PARKS Hayti, Missouri TEXASBOUND What part ot Texas do win want to leachV No matter what point Dallas. Foil Worth, W'iii'u. Hinistoii. (laKe-ion, ( !orp is Chri-ti. I'.rounsville oti will Ii oit the line nl conilni't anil an ine alii aeii t m-s Is the 'ol will li'id a Fr-1 Il.ti...

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. — 31 July 1913

- """'r i" tv iirinnnwi,.ijj,.rt-rtiMitfiiiipji fhwmmmimm. - .Vi -iv wmtWWW5. ..- V r jsa. -r s.wri-..j wcWSLV - -j- I TRADE AT F. ML PERKINS' STORE. IT'S SAFE, 1 -'i -5" S-- 332 3323333 332 332 323 3332333 332 2353 332-352352 t2--3 -5 333333 332 332 333-5 -2 2 3-33' n it 1( you unn't '(p it m tin- Mcrnnt ! hcoauHP mi did mil toll u- A PLEASANT HOUR FOR ALL Wllilo (IWIIJ tilt's!' (lllll SV.IlllIHT vontnif-. -havu n 'li-asittil aftor- Mippcr. (.Jet .nur mind olT join work and Imslni'ss. You will feel better -mil Mm- longer. THE A1RBQM Is The Place New pirtwrrs i-t r niylit A roili-pli-l cli iliiie ol proi'iuu. GOOD MUSIC to dpinnii'-tfatc the pk'tufi".. nuiU- ng then nmiv real, lilehke and enjoj able. EVERY NIGHT "Rain or Shine" Kunnj one-, sentimental nue-. from ever part l tie .mlic, hj the World's lie'it ai'tois. Try It A Few Nights s & & ELECTRIC THEATRE The Frisco New Depot. Tin- l-'riM'( new depot at this pi. ice i now m pid l,y noaringeoin plotion. and will bo one of t...

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. — 7 August 1913

ftfiiliftwC7?S - iwwjj 7 '-r.!Twrir v . 7- X5NU a THE HAYT liELrviALiL The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. VOL. 5. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUGUST 7,1913. NO. 39 -.T 7"'nW!WiqpWfajr-ff' j)lp'Vr'tp m ;7 L. f I EDITOR WALKER ASSAULTS US. toro'hlu,MBo; T and VG' spoctable people boforo women PROVES TO BE A STREET SCRAPPER, AND GETS WORSTED. Calls Us To Him. Proffers Friendship, Makes Assault and Gets Licked. As our renders know, wi in variiiljl.v refrain from publishing petty offenses, misdemeanors, first thing wo knew wo wore on top of him and his sou, si grown niiiu mid above our size street and drunken rows, police j kicked us in the ribs, hit us on j cases, etc., that occur in our city, ' the hend, iincl got us by tho because we think it would do throat and tried to choke us otv. more harm than good, and might! At this .juncture City Marshal lead the outside world to believe Robertson, who was present our town really worse than it is. 1 when the ...

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. — 7 August 1913

.MM9mn . w,jwcwet.t!. -.-.... ,jt. i r I rf nfli iTnriTriiirrtjwiywwYVHy i f ..?l3atftN!lS!&f! vrrry1 .r-' ;-3.23urumi.ti .-. Es fflWvf Bj8y4jljfr ynwnpi i iBWWMtwwwWsBWWCiaVj SSWiWe:.. ps 1 Itiim coal for cooking and for oth er purposes. You can get coal any Hme, uellvt'U'tl to your door, l'hone or send your orders, nntl remember that we sell coal winter and summer unlike the man who comes Into get the cream of the winter's business and quits in the spring. Haytl Storage, rims. Morgan. Mirr. ''itf T. J. TRAUTMANN I'h.VHician and Surgeon Olllco phone 60. Reaidunce 00. Hayti, Missoum. Olllce Phone od. Res. Phone .'10. J. G. GRIDER Physician unil Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon II wn, - - Missoum S. J JEFFHESS LAWYElt Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri YON MAYJiS LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM I'roHdcuting Attorney PomiHcot Co. All KIikIh of Civil ilurtineHH Promptly Attended to Olliee in Court Moiine CAltUTIIKItSVILLK, - .MlSSOITKI duncan...

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. — 7 August 1913

V v " - . -t - ; --"' v - x irWWSS ,",. EDITORIAL COMMENT. GONE TO IIAYTL I 0. N. Walker, an alleged Socia list, who formerly conducted a paper at Portiitfovillo, going from thoic to Indiana, is back mi Southeast Missouri, this time at llayti, whore ho will publish a paper. Hill York, the most bel ligerent of all Southeast Mis souri newspaper men, has long claimed llayti as his lair, and eonstnntly carries a chip on his shoulder. As Sherman says, ' War is hell." we may expect the air around ll.ivti to he especial y torrid. .Morehouse Hustler. Ilrotlier Burgess t- decidedly wrony. and his statement, while made good naturedly. is decided prejudicial. We are not bellige rent, neither do we carry a chip on our shoulder. We simply tell Ihe truth, and ask others to do the same. Any man who will either tell the truth or not deny tlie truth when it is told, need never have aught to say against the Herald. We keep a standing invitation for anyone to con ect us in any statement we may make, a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 August 1913

.. ... aasWtf .. Z5eisfc - 1VlflMrAVn V-Atth"- rifWni. r I S TRADE AT F. M. PERKINS' STORE. IT'S SAFE. 3 f Sain Piko.v, n prominent biiuk or and farmer of Con rnn, paid us :i pleasant call Tuesday, and placed his name upon our sub scription list. He is a ricsccn-) dent from the old French set tlers, Piquin, and lives on the farm upon .which he was born. News was received by Ed Adams Thursday that his broth er, Newt, was .seriously ill at I'iggott, Arlc, and he left on the tirst train to attend his bedside. Mrs. N. T. Buckley Dead. I Win. Stanley and iamily of Mrs,. N. T. Buckley, mother of our Kpnnott rnu' over Wednesday fellow tovvnstnun and jfood ettien, ' to spend a few days with re .lolm 'J1. Huckley died at her home in latives and friends. Henderson, Tenn. July till. Of her I ,,,,,,, . . , deatli, the Memphis Commercial A- j 1 "all of Isonnett visited peal has this to sny : in this city Monday. Me wnsac- "Ilontler.son, Tenn., July 30. Mrs. !eonipaniod on his return by Miss X. T...

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. — 14 August 1913

-&& ' vvmf vmww vwfejiijwpw 1 ji X THE HAYTI HERALD . m fi?l - ni . M The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1913. VOL. 5. NO. 40. i SKSi & 4KSI f NEGRO RAPIST. Saturday afternoon, about one o'clock, at Cnnady, a small sta tion on the Frisco between (Ja ruthorsvillo and Steele, an un known negro twice assaulted and attempted to rape Mrs. 01- lie .Johnson, the wile of a highly respected farmer, but was pre vented from accomplishing ins liendish purpose by the at tack of guard dogs. Mr. Johnson was away from home, but as soon as possible the alarm was given, and. the neighbors began the search. The sheriff and other oilicers soon were on the scene. About nine o'clock Constable Haminie Smith of Cooter located the negro in a negro shade on the farm of .1. L. German near Steele, and captur ed him. After the capture it was a test of wits between the oilicers and the populace, for the popu lace were bent on de...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 August 1913

wwwww nwmww -mmimmui iwiiWW1(1uWawsfcp -.cgrjMmt-q-; r..; rastatsWflWJWfflMm r- vWSiWtii3aS5 r mfw')ifwiwrtWwaCTiyaVy fiOT'"' ; w"1 LATEST EFFECTS v rh frfltjHPtBi By SBfvV LkLME mrt Models of black charmcuao and skirt and transparent waists. FOR DAY OR EVENING WEAR Smart Coat That May Be Made Up in Black Satin or Other Materials to Suit the Taste. This is an extremely smart coat of black satin; the stylo is one, however, that may be copied quite well in pop lin. Shantung or lino cloth, and is Muitablo for day or evening wear. Our model is lined throughout with black mervc, which has the advantage over si colored lining that it looks well with a dress of any color, and is really bet ter stylo for day wear. The right front ia braided at edge with silk Ibraid, and ia lightly draped up at low ir part under a handsome passcnicn tterlo ornament. The collar and cuffs tare both at edgo. Tho hat has a crown of dark inauvo (straw, with a brim of lighter shade; JIt is trimmed with a wreath of...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 August 1913

rVTTFFTTjP if 4 . ROPING FERQCmUS MOUNTAIN LIONS Montana Hunter Uses Only Lariat and Airdale Dogs. CAPTURES THEM ALIVE With No Other Assistance He Bags His Game and Finds Good Demand for It From Zoological Gardens and the Like. Kalispoll, Mont. Charles Ordish, fa mous over the northwest for IiIb ex ploits in capturing mountnln lions, and hia assistant, Joo Mothka, havo loturned from the Kitchener district in liritish Columbia, where they were called by game wardens to assist in lidding the section of a band of lions believed to Infest the country. The supposed lions proved to be huge uolves, and there Were nine of them in ilia pack, but Ordish was success lul, nevertheless, in capturing two lions of unusual size. The hides are valued at $25 each and a bounty of $15 each was collected by Ordish. Ordish holds the record, so far as is l'nown, for catching lions. His -specialty Is taking them alive without in jury either to himself or the beasts. His equipment consists of two well train...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 August 1913

IKMIMIMMIUMV rfriinn d.twm.4j1 -w. m. &mvsv CWPiEtf g'-A JfSPE.fiyKara . SU-irowi'-miyrwiyyj ''TTrVifJ Trhn'f iVirtr f I m-iy.r mn. i-TPHMrfnWiTIf ifii&iti ii" - -- 3 ' mZiij "-tn r1'' ",Vvtf " "SC --- Af-- tr rvVX if If W I 1 I to1Wwwwwinij v . Burn coal for cooking nut! f6r oth er purposes. You can pot coal any time, delivered to your door. Phono or send your orders, nnd remember that we sell coal winter and summer unllko the man who comes In to got the cream of tlio winter's business and quits in the spring, llaytl Storage, Chas. Morgan. Mgr. 2Utf T. J. TRAUTMANN l'hysician and Surgeon Ofllco phono 50. Rosldenco 00, Hayti, - - Missouri. Olllee Phone 50. Res. Phono 30. JL. G. CRIDER lMiysiciun and Surgeon llayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, ... Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri THE HAYTI HERALD Published Every Thursday, By Wim.iam York, Editor and Pun. TERMS OP BUnSCniPTION: 81.00 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE ENTE...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 August 1913

((jfJWt ; tf-W- t if "" 7, "' n'JWW!Wfjp mS5 ffA ' inT VM ' ,ffl I) a LOCAL AND PERSONAL. .Houses for rent. See Mrs. Edith U. Klnjf, Ilayti, Mo. 37lf Mrs. Ed Young was ill hist week. J. P. Patterson was in from the farm Saturday. Pete Sanders was in Concord and Dry Bayou Saturday. 14-Room House for Sale, near depot, ,at a bargain. .P. II. Forrell, Hayti. Elias Nunn was over from Gay oso Saturday. H. Lingotiiiinn transacted busi ness in this city Saturday. John IS. Duncan was over from Caruthersville Thursday. S. P. lirown was here from Cooler Monday, prospecting. Commercial Appeal, ."U. cents a year, and the Huvti Herald, 1 00 a oar, botli lor $1.00. Sebastian Pophain was in Ca ruthersville Saturday. Dixie Reed was in from tlieJ farm Saturday. Mrs. .1. A. Johnson is visiting at Mound City, 111. .1. I. Harnett of Caruthersville was over Wednesday night. Niclc Hud gens was here from Dry Bayou Saturday. S. J. .letl'ress was in Caruth ersville a short while Saturday. Four Room Residence...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 August 1913

:iiuiOT.kJ immxMMM 'QWQMnft ..S3M(Wit Y ' V.. . (HftjPWln ..Nr - - "l " i ivy , 1 WWH f f v-y.v ?'s v k yw&r "pwP" -JJ-! vf t The Hayti Herald William York, Publisher. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Only a worker cnn enjoy a vacation. No ono over nccuscs an aviator of Joy-rldlng. ClockB aro to bo taxed in Berlin. High time! Some band leaders act as If they wero shadow boxing. Doughnuts being sinkers, pretzels tire probably floaters. There can bo no romance without a man in It unless It's a girl. What Is tho. Billc skirt movement Boing to do to tho bathing suite? When your vacation Is over you can ctart to savo for tho winter coal. Airboat touriBts ask only that tho elements keep Btlll and look pleasant. Careless peoplo have no business taking their recreation on tho water. There aro tho usual number of dis appointments in the 1913 watermelon crop. Bull fighting In Barcelona Is doom ed. They have started u baseball team there. Almost anybody can reform his own currency by making It go farther ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 August 1913

r thuci?'" ' --vfUt'Kl'-''yfV "T 1WeHf t&j&i 'jfKv ' wfAH?fMM-''f WH, V. & Wl I w S'W ' i 1VEBIIIBS0DR INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS QATH- ERED FROM MANY SOURCES THROUGHOUT THE STATE. A KANSAS CITY JUDGE DEAD End Comes to James H. Slovcr at His Residence In Independence On Jackson County Bench For Years. Judge James II Slover of Division No. ij of the Jackson county clicult 'onrt dlod at his home In lndepund nco recently. Ho had been in pooir health since lie lell on tlio Ice ns he was entering the courthouse at Kansas Cltv one day last winter. The filrreral sen lees wore held at the First Presbyterian clinich in Inde pendence, the Rev. C. C. McGinley of ficiating. Burial was at tho Independ ence City cemetery. With the exception of two short in tervals, James II. Slover has been judge of the circuit comt of Jackcon 'county since 188"). In one of tho I intervals he was judge ot the crinr- in.il court. Governor Folk n.imed him 1n 1007 to fill tho place made vacant by Judge Wotfo...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 August 1913

j'v "ywmwmr!tmitiim 2 i t l i li i f i If Ml w u . --mchh -m h ilia shivlglg2P 9 I VHC. 1 1 .a 04rC- tea : .( The Gasoline Law. Since August 1, the merchants in Missouri who retail gasoline or other explosive oils, will have to put these oils in red cans and label them with the proper name of their contents. This is is accordance with legislation en acted by the last general assem bly. Section 0838 B., reads in part as follows:'' "Every person within this state retailing gasoline, benzine, and other kindred high explosiv es, in less than carload lots, shall after the lirst day of August, 1018, deliver same to the pur chaser only in barrels, casks or packages, painted Vermillion red, and having the word 'gasoline,' 'benzene' or whatever name such explosive is known by, plainly printed or stamped thereon in English." A close reading of the law will show that individual users need not have red cans; but they must label their cans. R. L. Popham was in Caruth ersville Saturday. Amos Alex...

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. — 21 August 1913

"4 " J ""''tfl'Wr -T-jSSplnfCf.J.).J,-p,l. !?it'l!J,1f5a'M tM. f t. K c 3 'S! Vl TT-JT7 HERALD The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. I VOL. 5. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THtJRSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913. XO. 41. .1: nW HAY TI J v ft' f-1 A DICTATOR. Mayor Allen evidently puts himself up to be greater than the people and greater than the otlicials the people have elected to serve them. The members of the board of aldermen have gone far to get harmony and peace. They have yielded to Allen in several in stances, and are still striving to give the city a Sensible adminis tration, if Allen will let them. Tuesday night the board of aldermen met, and the appoint Nment of an assessor came up. , Allen wanted W. H. Foley, and, to humor Allen, the board ap proved the appointment. So much for that. Wednesday night the appoint ment of a street commissioner came up, and there being but one applicant, and that from a man having Other business, the appli cation was tabled indetinate...

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. — 21 August 1913

11" yttf 1( r JFbrmef wmm SWIMMING BOOT IS HELPFUL USING GAJWE FOR PARLOR ass Questions Are Made and Crook ed Answers Given One Must Not Laugh Nor Smile. LTho players arrange themselves In a rclc, and the first player commences fehe gamo by asking bin neighbor a (question, and receiving: a reply. Tho second player must do likewise, until overy player has both asked a question fcmd received an anmver. The loBt falaycr then asks a question ot tho first, who replies with tho answer glv 4zn him to tho question, which he, In Ehe first Instance., asked tho second jDlayer. i Another, and la most people's opln 3bn much moro amusing, way ot play jpnr: tho game, Is for tho playors to tccat themselves oppoBlto to each other Sn two rows, tho ladles on ono sldo hsxd tho gontlcmen on the other. Two f the playors, a lady and a gentleman, Jromain standing. When tho rest of feus playors are all comfortably set CXcd. tho lady walks down tho lino be hind the gentloman, and nsks each In -finrn a questi...

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. — 21 August 1913

Tmm a ' "iv ai ;11 HARRY THAW, ESCAPING FROM ASYLUM, IS ON WAY TO EUROPE DART8 PAST MATTEAWAN ASY LUM GATE KEEPER AS MILK MAN GOES IN. 5 AIDED IN PLOT TO ESCAPE Slayer of Stanford White Is Believed on Board Yacht Fugitive Is Safe Outside New York State and Can't Be Extradited. Matteawan, N. Y. Harry Kendall ,Thay, the slayer of Stanford 'White, escaped from the hospital here, 'for the criminal Insane. A dart for liberty through an open gate, a dash into the open door of a powerful auto mobile that stood quivering outside, and a flight like a rocket forthe Con necticut state line, 30 miles away, ac companied his escape. He Is still at large and the hospital authorities feel certain he is outside Thaw Is free. Only years of litigation can bring him back, and then only In one event that ho be adjudged insane in the state to which he has fled. Five confederates manned the car in which Thaw escaped and a big black limousine, which trailed it past the asylum gate. The police have their li...

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. — 21 August 1913

Ir'y'i'jt,,"?',,,''ff '',"yf"'i"i"''"f irw. - "'f'W'MjjWt' Trr-wtfVyvet-ri J!T?(!t J. .-!.?'"?. iW'.aTUy , (iV J? u s 1 Burn coal for cooking and for oth er purposes. You can jjot coal any titno, delivered to your door. Phono or send'your orders, and remember that wo sell coal winter and summor tinlike the man who comes In to pot tho cream of the winter's business and quits in tho spring. Haytl S torture, Chas. Morgan. Mr. 20tf T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon OfHoo phone 50, Rnsldonoo 60. HAYTI, ... MlSSOUIU. Onice Phone f0. Res. Phono 30. J. G. CRIDER Physician and Surgeon llayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon H.YTI, --. MlSSOUBI S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Wilt Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pomiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil daainess Promptly Attonded to Office in Court House Caruthkusville, - Missouri THE HAITI HERALD Published Every Thursday, By Wimjam York, Editor Atio Pun. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 August 1913

TiSS n v ' ttfi- t --r "" . fi- v - ' i;vTS:.i "Wlw v LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Jas. Argo was a Caruthersville visitor Friday. W. B. Deweese of Concord was on our streets Saturday. Mrs. Houses for rent. Seo R. King, Hayti, Mo. Edith 37tf Esq. W. D. Hudgens was down from Dry Bayou -Saturday. Frankie Cunningham was over from Caruthersville Thursday. Lawyer B. A. AfcKay 'of Ca ruthersville attended to logal business in this city Thursday. 14-Room IIouso for Sale, near depot, ut a bargain. J. II. Ferrell, Hayti. J.O. Tinsley had legal ness at Concord Friday. busi- TEXASBOUND Yhat,ptyrt ol Texas do ybu want to reach? No imltler what point Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, Houston, Galveston, Corpus ChriStl. Brownsville you will find the, line of comfort and scenic attraotivencs is the You will find a Frd Harvey cafe s.et up in a steel car. You will II ml that the coaches and chair cars are of all-steel con struction; that tlie whole train, including -. the drawing-room sleepers, is electric lighted, i...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 August 1913

Wjvfifeii rK $ ijJ$$r 'VTW1IV',5I''W 4tfe,'j'5'-vi? JEW 'fffrt&ywx? i If L The Hayti Herald William York, Publisher. HAYTI, MISSOURI. P Returned vacationers Bcem glad to Sot back. Laundries nnd soda fountains aro def tag a booming business. A littlo summer now and then Is rcl Ishcd by tho fattest men. No diamonds will bemlncd after 1923. Again wo should worry. Toung men who tako young women canoeing should hug the shore exclu sively. Dut you can often find some perfect ly good men on tho shady sldo of tho street. Strained relations again exlst-'bc-tween the girl who tans and hor chum Tho freckles. Chicago alienists pronounce love a form of Insanity. Every one of them married, no doubt Theso are terrible days for the man who has contracted with himself to color a calabash pipe. It requires a stronger constitution to endure a vacation of ono day than a vacation of two weeks. It Is a real mean husband who will command his wife lo do a thing that ho knows she wants to do. We have pi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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