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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 September 1913

ipiaj)ir$!imyffp)fntpf4F, -ft "cwy " 'TPRWjWR? tfisffl- i, W wir 'L.tt. a v. y.r 1 , If. THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. -1 .iitlj id LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. K You Do Not Sec it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Lady Jefferson shoes nt Huekloy's. John Morgan of Braggadocio was in this city Saturday. H. (J. Stanley was hero from Kennctt Thursday, COMING ti hg stock of dry jtooils ul Buckley's. Before buying1 tlio chlldicn's shoes, Inspect the Hllliken line ut Buckley's. John Scott attended to busi ness in Dunklin county Thurs day. MiVaiul Mrs. M. Johnson of Terry were Hayti visitors t t t i r vt ai i i ! Saturday. J. W. Jackson ot New Madrid was in this city Friday night. J. A. Paris was qiiitu ill last week. Clint Jones was here from Kenne.lt Friday night. - "Rxcollo" is the very best, tiling In Hour, at Huckley's onl.. M Mrs, C. W. Sullivant was quite ill last week, of malarial fever. Ben Phillips of Braggadocio was in Hayti Friday. ' Bob Miller of Portageville was in thi...

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. — 25 September 1913

IppWHaff r""?nt;r''1 tf . V ?Vf M;V ' " c'"' ifl1- - 'jp,''- -v"' S" V-"i'r- jjSljyv" CTFWj7W9 VM"7-- THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. i liil BEEFSTEAK 111 E BISCHOFF SAYS SCARCITY OF LIVE STOCK ALARMS AMER ICAN PACKERS. MUST INCREASE PRODUCTION Workmen Will Sink to Level of Chi nese, If Deprived of Meat, Presi dent of Association Tolls Chicago Convention. Chicago, 111. Unless the farmers of the United States are educated at oiico io the necessity of raising cat tle, a period of national decline will set in within the next ten years. Porterhouse steak will be sold at $1 a pound and the American working man will begin to lose initiative and tiike on the characterises of the rlco eating Chinese. This startling forecast was mado in an Interview with Gustav Bischoff, Sr., of St. Iouis, president of tho American Meat Packers' association, which is holding its annual conven tion in Chicago. Mr. Bischoff, however, believes that the farmer soon can he made to real ize tho trend of the tim...

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. — 25 September 1913

w&wmi$immmmBSBKm& 1 i J Vir i -V -T vk ' iiv -wv' -,F ,.. . -, ; i THE HAYTI HERALD,, HAYTI, MISSOURI. i kA iTWmmm URGES GREASE N THE ROAD FUND Auditor Gordon Favors Larger State Appropriation. DODGE THE TAX ON FUTURES Tho State Is Only Getting About Half the Amount lo Should' From Kansas City and St. Louis Brokers. It's tlmo for Missouri to quit wast ing her road funds, according to State Auditor John P. Gordon. Also tho stato law levying a tax upon "futures" is going-to be moro strictly enforced. Auditor Gordon was in' Kansas City with Mrs. Gordon, who Is to Bpcnd a Cow weeks In Excelsior Springs jecov erlng from a recent attack of illness. In tho meantime Mr. Gordon is going to Bpend considerable time looking into grain futures transactions' in. .Kansas City. "At present about ?70,000 a year Is .paid Into tho state road fund's from tho tax on futures," said tho auditor. "But tho amount should be nearer -?160,000 a year. "Tho present revenue from the mo tor car licenses is...

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. — 25 September 1913

nswwmS-i; '"" -sv " " r-f V" ' V " jsHffigg'' " Hi"" Hiw T"" Et',"iy u.ijifi" . i '(' fVJ?T r l r THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, " MISSOURI. i :: TRADE AT F. M. PERKINS' STORE. IT'S SAFE. ; i m-- aaa3a3a393" 4 ii I renewal sub- Tom Boy Buckley's. Shoe are the best, at 40 Comodorq Nations, was over, from Caruthersville Friday night Elmer Thrower of the Caruth ersville Democrat was in Hoyti Sunday. Underwear for all the family and at all prices, ut Hucklt'r. 4(1 Win. Brewer of Con ran was in this city Monday. Duncan Downing of Chaffee was a Hayti visitor Thursday. Timber Wanted. Clyde Owln buys all kinds of Per simmon timber, los, blocks, bolts, etc. See him for prices and speoillca tions. 46tf. 0. 6. ftkers' Repair Shop Jtcpairs Shoes, Harness, Guns, Pis tols, Gasoline and Oil Engines, and other mechanical work. And Does it Right Holes sewed on same price as pegged. Don't have your stun' butchered by inexperienced workmen. W. Side Square, Hayti, 'Mo. is the place to visit when you feel blu...

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. — 2 October 1913

-,-! .VvPj" "V,r?.(T 8!i'ir-'-'x'Y 'Wfv ? 1 v;7,f5' V "'" 1- ? o," Office in CITY HALL . c i&Sk. CITY -HAllE :" . ft '. - - ""pr-C" TTV'l "f .1 ' CW ' M HI The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. TiMME ' ?$ im ".":. THE HAYTI HERALD 4 ' w w psi n i VOL. 5. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THIJRSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913. NO. A ROAD TO HAYTI. Do you comprehend what the heading of this article means? If you do, now is the time for action, i'ho new levee going in east of town, between Hayti and the river, comes considerably this side of the old road, that leads from Hayti to Concord and tho north end of the county. The 1 jvee comes along through the Henderson land," the Dixie Reed land, and, passing there, through the'Baird and Parks land. Prom Dixie Reed's north, the road to the north end of the county will be on the river side of the levee, and, consequently, in certain seasons of the year will be im passible. Again, if no new road is ob tained,' the levee crossings will...

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. — 2 October 1913

'" !f " W i tuV Xi'-'V' t IiVWtTAF vjt -!VEv'w4Hr" THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. MR 3 Cfim if h fr MJ lL Itfl M ? N i t M i i 1 sn STRANGE RECOVERY OF BOY B-ettor of Sympathy From Walter Johnson, Noted Pitcher, Worka Miracle With Washington Lad. lay Blck for -weeks, and, according to Washington dispatch, physicians Isald thoy did not think ho would re cover. Then Uie lad went Into dellr (turn and talked of Walter Johnson, the "speed king" among tho pitchers or the- American league. Ho had boon tho boy's idol, the man of men beforo ;whom this lad l.vd stood secretly in two, and when the mind was free tho idol of his worship spoke to htm. When tho team carao back to Wash ington from its western trip, a mem- .ber of tho boy'B family had lntultlvo sense enough to seek out the pitcher and tell him what tho doctors said. jNnturally Mr. Johnson wanted to go .to Uio boy's bedside, but tho phyBi Iclans said no, that tho excitement .would be fatal. 1 So ho wrote this letter, and it waB T...

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. — 2 October 1913

Yv-r;,-"'- , ,,,-r- . riv" ' - l" V-SI' ' 'T- 'TV- ws ifwF "-, 1 S V rt (fi 1 - it,,' --v.fr. ,, . THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTL MISSOURI. w '1 e.yMftvttei-m.''fr.i I s. li W0 if ' - F4 SUITORS m SmAsVV'fySs. :b7 r.aj atw xat. l-j jv PwLwL tv-hf MELISSA REALIZES WHAT MIGHT BE. "My dear Melissa, I had no Idea that you took him BerlouBly," Bald Mrs. Merrlwld's maternal maiden aunt Jane In tones of remorse. ' Mrs. Merrlwld dabbed her eyes with a little wad of a pocket handkerchief and then fixed them reproachfully on her relative. "Why shouldn't I take him BerlouB ly?" she demanded. Aunt Jane's manner was embar rassed. "Well, my dear er you know Mr. DupolB Isn't well, you know, he's rather what you might call" "Inclined to embonpoint?" said Mrs. Merrlwld. "Well, suppose he Is. We'll admit that he's full bodied that he's Btout corpulent, if you like. Is that any reason why the finger of scorn should be pointed at him?" "N-no," replied Aunt Jane, "only you know " "'Nobody loves a fat man,' I s...

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. — 2 October 1913

w '7J-L ft ft -vf" v55p?V1gj 7fi"V-rtti WV -, v ' It Iv b B r f r K is IF 1. ft L r IV, "r St. 1P. J". TRAUTMANN Physician nnil Surgeon OCQco phono 60. Residence 80. Hayti, - Missouri. OIllco Phono 60. Res. Phono 30. J. G. C1UDER v Physician and Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES PhysiclHU and Surgeon Hayti, MlSBOURI S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Prucllco In All Courts, Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Oivil Business Promptly Attended to Office in Court House CAItUTHKRSVILLK, - MISSOURI dungan & Mccarty Attornkys-at-jlaw Will practice in all the courts Office Oyer Pont Office Caruthersvillk, Mo. Phone 158. P. 8. RAVEnSTESN ARCMSTECTAND BUILDER Fire unci Life Insurance. Notary Public. PHONE 28 HAYTI. MO. J.' Notary Public Res. Phone 90 HAYTI, OHice: City Hayti MISSOURI Barber Shop and Bath Room Newest, Largest, Nicest and Best Place in Town. H. M. RANSBURGH, Prop. FRED MORGAN BUILDING CITY POOL HALL Joe Mil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 October 1913

;j )nrPiV,,'fiVvt ." '" ipWi RJ THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. II KM m LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not Sec it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Berry Russell is seriously ill of typhoid fever. Nick Hud gens was here from -Dry Bayou Saturday. Lady Jefferson shoos at Buckley's. Albert Blankenship of Brag gadocio was in Hayti Wednesday. W. B. Deweese of Concord was in town Saturday. ' i Tom Hoy Shoes uro the host, at Buckley's. 4(1 H. Lingemann was in from the farm Saturday. COMING a biff stock of dry goods at Huckloy's. J. W. Galtlier, the alfalfa king, was in town Saturday. J. C. Goad attended the Sikes ton fair last whgIc. Vndorwciw for all the family and at all prices, at Buckley's. 40 Ben Phillips was here from. Bra ggadocio Satn rd ay. Mrs. L. A. Jones was ill a few days last week. "Hm-oIIo" is the very host thing in llour, at Buckley s only. 44 PtHe Meatto atlendod Sikcfiton fair lost Thursday '. the Big Ben is a regular "Tohnny on the spot" he nev er fails. You...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 October 1913

m, tj s -.ry -.' it( n- 4fci -- t " ,F" "Stf W-,SJFJW SI"WyV"' ' JwwP'! WW" v ..jtwc-' li II THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ' h e I '1 ir t n OFFICIAL ASKED 10 COMMIT PERJURY DUNCAN TELL9 OF ALLEGED AD . VICE OF SULZER TO TES TIFY FALSELY. TOLD TO "FORGET" LETTEB Governor Requested Banker Morgan- thau Be Lenient When' Giving Evidence to Impeachment Court, Witness Says. Albany, N. Y. The direct charge that Gov. Sulzcr nsked him to commit perjury was made by Duncan W. Peck, state superintendent of pub lic works, when testifying at the Sul rer Impeachment trial. Peck said he gave Sulzer $500 Immediately after be was nominated for governor. Last July he was subpoenaed before the Frawley committee to testify. "I went to the governor In the ex ecutive chamber," he sold, "and sbowed him the letter and asked him what I would do. He told me, 'For get it.' I asked him what I could do If they bad me under oath, as they probably would. He replied: " 'Oh, do as I shall, forget it.' " Witness...

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. — 2 October 1913

r rnrvjjjijpc-- SJS" fyj.;,-y -tfL '' y ?"$ ',',l'ifc ''"?? iilpW"!R'R r- m '.1 I ib d. FIX BATE RULES FOR RAILROADS The State Utility Commission Sends Out Instructions. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Close Attention to Be Given Young Cpnvicts by the State Board of Pardonn and Paroles Act ing Governor on Job. Jefferson City. The stato utility commission has sent out a circular to tlio railroads of tho state which states that where a tariff contains advances or reductions, a detailed statement of tho same must bo made and tho rea sons be filed with tho commission at tho time tho tariff Is filed. Tho circular contains tho rules of tho commission governing tho form in -which all freight and passenger tariffs covering charges made by railroads, street cars and steamboat companies .shall ho made. Among other things, it Tequlres where two or mope railroads lssuo a tariff together, they shall fur nish tho commission a certificate), of power of attorney from one railroad to the other authorizing i...

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. — 2 October 1913

''Hfml " '(rl" fri - ' ".?,?!. ' J" f - i -. '. " v (?"-. ' ' -rfy isi r Sj , -J-lrWtl mf&irm "TswBflrffr ' f tl V, 1 THE rfAYTI HERALD, , HAYTI, MISSOURI. JlL. iiii ijiiiiniiiiug ftKtetttst(fr .: TRADE AT F. M. PERKINS' STORE. IT'S SAFE. III 344444449444944194442149994494444494444444449444 444444444444V 25H5 mfffWv-i vv i i it : IJ Mi i J ;M ti THE SHADY SIDE. Udrtor Herald: There is a young mtin in this town, who came here about two months ago from God, only, knows where, who is making his spending mon ey off the receipts of one of the most noted, female characters who ever infested the Bad Lands of Caruthersville. He dresses neatly, and is always smoking a cigarette, is about 25 years, old, with fair complexion, blue eyes, I believe, and rather light brown hair. Some of the fair sex just in the first flush of womanhood, ignorant of who he is or the means of his livelihood, are seen recognizing him on the streets with a pleasant smile, and some with more respectability than 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. — 9 October 1913

1 ti w .,-,, , ., f-;,;.,frt- 'rw??' '' vvd (K ,n i ., &: THE HAYTI HERALD & " l&J Office in Office in CITY HALL "I , CITY HALL n sr, HT h: Ik VOL. 5. H. M. RANSBURGH AND Wm. KNIGHT DIE IN DUEL. Former Good Friends, Have Unfortunate Meeting. BOTH CITY OFFICERS. The Omen of Public Opinion Doubly Realized. The unusually quiet and peace able city of Hayti was thrown in to a furror of excitement Mon day, afternoon at 4:;K), by the tragic end of two lives in mortal combat. The story is a lont; one and thrilling with human inter est. But we will not tell it , all. "We never do. Suffice it to say that both men have been "mark ed" for months, and it is only a coincidence that these men hap pened to be the undoing of one i another. For months a tragedy has been invoked in Hayti. It has been on the lips of nearly every man. woman and child in the city and in ihe sourroundiug country, and as is invariably the case, as soon as the seeds thus sown had time to germinate, the harvest w...

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. — 9 October 1913

"V m$$m p TT'Tr THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 1 V i x t h 4 tf "3 1 fy U k-- n ! il li lh ii ai I ni i I FINISHING TOUCHES, ON THE GATUN LOCKS AT PANAMA This Is a splendid view of the upper Gatun locks, taken from the center wall and looking north along upper Catun locka, showing the almost completed condition of this section of tho Panama canal. Tho water of tho canal imay bp seen on cither sldo In the foreground, being bold back by the gates. In tho left background is the 'Gatun lighthouse. Tho unsightly tracks on tho center structuro will soon bo removed, having been placed there only temporarily during tho construction of the center wall. WORK ON PHI CANAL NEAR END Waters of Gatun Lake Turned Into the Culebra Cut. BIG DIKE IS fO BE REMOVED This Will Mark the Practical Complc tlon of tho Big Waterway After Nine Years of Labor by an Army of Men. Colon, Panama, Oct. 1. Tho Pan ama canal stands today virtually com jpleto. Tho preliminary stepB toward tho destruction of tho Gamb...

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. — 9 October 1913

k v- vf&ryffm t t-i--i t,'; i -(i-y ) ft " ."4. ...JS',-'fJ it, THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. &QT. " 8 & ( 4' U DIVERSIFICATION ON OHl FARMS Some Reasons for Getting Away From One-Crop Idea. (VITAL PROBLEM FOR FARMER Must Inaugurate n Safo and Sano Sys tem of Farming to Enrich, Instead of Wearing Out Our Lands Cotton Exhausts Humus. (By O. H. AL.FOIU3.) Thoro aro two problems before- ub for solution. However, tho most real and vital problem boforo us just at thlB tlmo Is to get our farmers to prac tice a safo and sunp systom of form ing; ono that will Include crops to en rich Instead of wear out our lands; ono that will include plenty of good live stock to consume tho surplus prod ucts and tho leguminous crops that must bo grown to enrich tho land and to make manure to still further enrich tho land a system of farming that will grow tho necessary corn, oats, wheat, rice, sugar cane, vegetables, fruits of all kinds, poultry, hogs, mules, horses, cattlo, sheep and oth...

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. — 9 October 1913

fSft... iw i.. iiip .... .f ii..i.tf.i..i. "t- r r-i" fi I 'il I ill i HI null!!! TTi n 11'. '' ' 'iri; .i l.il.tl -'' I '' f ''-''. T" '- '- - -r i i r jit i " i?! V";r.7"7T!riri """,k , "MiMiMMWMWErSgJJ-.iil IW"" i i I I! THE , HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. i I ! 1 I i i r u M !l fi H I if 11 I' UK .im r.:tti .(:! I J; M It II ft KM :i :1 !2H ) HI i i Ji kw 1 T. J. TRAUTAIANN riiyBlclan nml Surgeon OQIco phouo SO. Residence CO. Dayti, - - Missouri. Onice Phone 50. Res. Phone 30. J. G. CRIDER Physician mid Surgeon Ilayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES riiysiclnu and Surgeon llAYTI, - - - M.IBSOUIU - S. J JEFFBESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Ilayti,. - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Petuiaoot Co. All Kinds of Civil riaainess Promptly Attended to Office in Oourt Houae CARUTHKRSVM.LE, - MISSOURI duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in all the courts Office Over Post Office C.VRUTHER8VIU.E, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEBN ARCHI...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 October 1913

,,,H ii A - 1 v'-Ji 1 li-, a W. J THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. """,U?! . LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not Sec it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Lum Leiler was in Caruthers ville Thursday. Mrs. Louise Creoly is n renew al subscriber. Tom Hoy Shoes aw the best, nt Rucldey's. HI Miss Jessie Hill visited in Kan ntt Saturday and Sunday. Scott Carey was over from Cu nt thursvllle Friday. fO io iih Jtt nvS Big Ben is a regular "Johnny on the spot" he nev er fails. You're always up on the clot if he is in the sleeping room. There's a true ring to his morning greeting that makes early risers sit up and take notice. He gets a rise out of the drowsiest sleeper. But don't take my word for it. Come in and see for yourself. I always keep him on the counter where "vepone can see him. 'Sues, EFLER'S 5te'-tt. Louis Patterson visited in Ca ruthersvillo Saturday night. H. Thompson, keeper of tjio poor farm, was in town Monday. Lud llulU'i-Hon shoos lit Huokley's. Mr. and Mrs. Pete...

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. — 9 October 1913

.vfrf'i-j' 7 F 1-7 1 wy4w -f4W! VTttjjjW THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. I! i : n m I a .i 13 li Itt in j I" TARIFF HEISURE ft HOUSE RECEDES FROM COTTON FUTURES TAX AND BILL GOES TO WILSON. SENATE ADOPTS THE REPORT President Signed the Act as Soon as i It Reached Him Treasury Offi cials Prepared to Put New Duties Into Effect. Washington. President Wilson has signed the Underwood-Simmon's ad ministration tai iff hill and it is now effective. The adoption of the conference re port by the senate by a vote of 33 to 17 passed the measure. Tho bill went to the house for the signature of the speaker, In open session. After that body receded from Ub cotton futures amendment the bill was sent on the president, who signed it at once. How They Voted. Senator La Follette, Republican, and Poindexter, Progressive, voted for tho conference report as they did for tho bill on Its passage, and Senators Ransdell and Thornton, Democrats, ovted against it, as they did asalnst the bill. Otherwise afte...

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. — 9 October 1913

J ' JW i: st WiiC ' " r "'.. rx ,1 " -,' """ N 'W . . 7- .l THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTL, MISSOURI. r.m -5w V '?r $-' 'SfPK -T"fVA'? r HOW TARIFF CHANGES Washington. Following aro tho changes mado by tho now tariff Mil In tho ratoB charged (or Imports of household necessities: Present law. Now law. Sugar 46.5 per cent. Free after Matth 1, 1914. Tea Free. Free. Coffco Free. . Free. Salt 1 pound 7 cents. Free. Bread 25 per cent. 25 per cent' Milk Gallon, 2 cents. Free. Cream 6 cents. Free. Eggs Dozen, 5 cents. Free. Butter Pound, 6 cents. 2!2 cents. Oatmeal Pound, 1 cent. 1-3 cent. Flour Barrel, 45 cents. Free. Cheese Pound, 6 cents. zy2 cents. Meat 10 per cent. Free. Wool yarns 79.70 per cent. 18.90 per cent. Wool blankets ....... .72.90 per cent. 30.90 per cent Wool underwear 93.90 per cent. 35.70 per cent. Wool clothing 79 percent. 35 per cent. Wool dress goods for women and children. 99.7 per cent. 35 per cent. Cotton clothing 50 per cent. 30 per cent. Cotton table damask.. 40 per cent...

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. — 9 October 1913

T - ,S"'"V'ftf,y . ltiy.'-5'.t, SDjHW' I THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. I r a i : TRADE AT F. M. PERKINS' STORE. IT'S SAFE. : 1 "'Wt I I I v-f v. l-M 8 Eh n vr 4. it i 1 1 tf STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, Management, etc., of The Hayti Herald, published at Huyti, Missouri, required by the Act Editor, Wm. Managing Editor, Win. York, Business Manager, Wm. York, Publisher, Wm. York, Known bondholders, mortgagees. holders, holding 1 pur cent or mortgages, or other securities: The Citizens Bank of Hayti, Hayti, Mo. Signed: Wm. YORK. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd day of Oc tober, 1013. J. M. ARGO, Notary Public. My commission expires .July 0, 11)1 7. .1. L. Kunsburgh. circuit clerk of New Madrid county, came down Monday evening, to attend the funeral of his brother, Henry. He is a most affable gentleman, and keenly felt the enormity of the tragedy connect ed with his brother's death. He is a herald subscriber. New Hats Coming. We will receive n now shipment on hats Thursday...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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