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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 October 1913

si-yrywitpi -V' fwNT 'WRT"I '-n" ,j "Bnwsrflp-i wr , -mi qjHrW-wws IW&ijltffi TV(7 J- Utw1 w 5n ' THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. " a II -ll't LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If Y6u Do Not See it Here it is "India Totv" Is the best jot. At Buckley's. 4lHf of Dixie Reed was in town Friday. Sherman Casey was taking in tho sights Saturday. Pure Apple Vineyur, "Guaranteed,1' at Hucklci'b. , ltf Miss Jessie Hill visiled in On ruthersville Saturday. L). L. Sorrell was hero from Wolf Bayou Saturday. Outlny (tunnels, at Buckley's. Tile nicest Hnc yet. 4l)tf Andy Hampton was in town Monday. Rev. W. A. Burke of Bragga docio was in this city Saturday. "Wild Boy" and "Wild Hoj's Sisters' " Homo, 25c. at Buckley's. Eq. J. M. Hall of Concord visited homefolks here Saturday. THE is the place lo visit when you feel blue don't feel just right when you want to get your mind off your business. to demonstrate the pic tures makes them more real, life-like and enjoy able. It's lively and will make you fe...

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. — 30 October 1913

' 'SSrp'r!fr "Hsfl! Hsaass kt THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ",r"V lifrr II 1 yj I I 19 I ifffi 8 .n-i ft! vf4 m ! 11 ?a .8 m KV t ! L ELECTION LEAVES HUERTA IN POWER ONLY 10,000 OF 80,000 ELIGIBLE VOTERS IN MEXICO GO TO THE POLLS. CATHOLIC PARTY IS IN LEAD Dictator Will Increase Army to Add to Strength In Next Balloting Diaz Resigns as Brigadier General of the Army. Mexico City. Tho opera bouffo election la Mexico City leaves Dic tator Hucrta still ruler of tho country at least until tho meager ballots of tho pcoplo can be counted, which process may require several weeks. It Is believed that a sufficient num ber not having voted 10,000 out of. 80,000 to make tho election legal, it win bo declared void and Ilucrta con tinued In power pending another elec tion. But Ilucrta means to become a really truly president, for when ho beard tho resultless result he mado preparations to at once increase his voting strength by Increasing tho army. He also will try to speedily call another e...

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. — 30 October 1913

i-i . "ij!".'WVSfpw,i,sri ' "spm&iW' "wiFffir'v"!' ' ' -w' TV'- VlF!!iWt8 WW fi V4l ,? ; Ji ' ft. J'' 1 ' :Yi i THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. a t wf-m A WEEK IN M18S0URI1 INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS QATH- ERED FROM MANY SOURCES THROUGHOUT THE STATE. BIS ROAD MEET IS ASSURED The First Annual Convention of the Ozark Trails Aosoolatlon Will Be Held at Neosho on Novem ber 6 and 7. Ortlcers of tho Ozark Trails Asso ciation havo assurances of a good attendance of representatives of good roads clubs, cities and road districts at the first annual convention, called to moot at Neosho November C and 7. Governors Crucc of Oklahoma, Hayes f Arkansas, Hodges of Kansas and Major of Missouri have- been Invited to attend and deliver addresses. , Secretary Charles W. Fear Is In re ceipt of Information fiom the depart ment of ngrlculturo that the depart ment of pdbllc roads will be repre sented by Special Agent M. O. Eld rldgo, an expert road engueor work ing under the direction of tho United Sta...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 October 1913

Z St-5-JlUlJPa THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. W . . . . . . . . n m TRADE AT F, PERKINS9 STORE. IT'S SAFE. "?ED B3T B "TS-8 Ji4ia433434iaaa3aa4ai5aa3353d3aa3aa5i33553333a4aii34a33aa-3aa-5i5a-3-ji-ia-333a43&&fraaa3aa5i-sia33-33i3a3ia4a33iii aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa .;4i.iiH j.,. , it,,nfi, 1,1. JhiW-inHlwM HH ft POSTAL LAWS and regulations pertaining to the Second Class of Mail Matter. Corrected to October 1, 1012. Promulgated by authority of the Postmaster-General. Sec. .130. H. The right of pub Ushers to extend in good faith credit on subscriptions is recog nized and will not be abridged, and although ALL subscriptions are regarded as expiring with the period for which they wore obtained, nevertheless, in order to give an opportunity to secure "RENEWALS, copies of their publications will be accepted for mailing as to subscribers at the usual second-class rates of post age for a period of ONE YEAH from the date of expiration, but copies sent to persons after ONE YEAR from 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. — 6 November 1913

ma; '" WfJ4to V ' 'tf-MiT- "'' WWFSSf! I , ' I THE H A YTI HERALD v 'k Office in CITY HALL 'Office in hj? , . CITY HALL Xfl . IV J LlfMl 'it jtf o ."1 . J The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County, T!5 HAYTI, MISSOURI, THUTJSPAT NOYEMBER 6,1913.; VOL. 5. XO. 52. v SCHOOL NOTES. VSupwh jot,. r.WOn uny nas nnim mm one. The touchers feel highly j complimented by the rosl)onsiN the people of tlio district made to . (his call. A committee of ushers ' representing each school room met the visitors at lh. entrance into the building ami escorted them to the room they desired to visit. Each room had a snort i fallowed) program arranged for the occasion. In the upper grades the Excelsior and Ciceron ian Literary societies gave u joint program, after which hot coffee, hot chocolate and cakes were served to the visiting patrons. It was the ambition of the, teach ers and pupils of the school to have the patrons enjoy the oc casion, and whether or not they did, we 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. — 6 November 1913

Jl W,H-Ji?,M',JMIIIII Hi ir i .j,.- vv- ''"yjrgy" -sp ,.i)i'.'.a'- 'V' THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. . t i..i,.M,.i ., 1 S! w q If Hi ii K a S51 ill PS I! P; 1"& Ivc iy 16V I3-! IV IV 'J lui m I H r rl J M M ! isO..-w..IylMARKER FOR A BLACKBOARD oun&iniNU LittdeOnes BASKET TRICK IS STARTLING .Formerly Done by Indian Faklre, But Recently Western Magicians Have Adopted It. Ono of tho most startling of. all tho exhibitions given by tho stago magician is tho "basket trick." For Stiorly It was dono only by tho expert Indian fakirs, but In rccont years fuestorn magicians also havo dono It. !A child Is placed in a basket In front or the spectators. Then tho magi cian thrusts his sword through the taoket again nml again, drawing it out covered with blood. The child screams frantically for some time and then stops as If it had bren killed. When tho basket is opened It is found to bo empty and tho child appears suddenly among the spectators. AH this is done with such an aspect of...

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. — 6 November 1913

vnTwmmm r r , f ' "&TH ,.; ' ' HTT f ' V-4&pti& M THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. ur 1. I V 1J ' lit DIVERSIFICATION ON SOUTHERN FARMS V Cotton Belt to Raise Live Stock Must Have Pastures. PASTURES FOR FARM ANIMALS Very Few Farmers Havo Compared Benefit to Bo Derived From Aero of Cotton and Aero of Bermuda Grass, Leopedeza and Clover. (By Q. H. ALFOIID.) If tho cotton belt Is to ralso hogs, initios, horses, cattlo, sheep and bo on successfully under present land and labor conditions, it must resort to pastures and cheap hays. If It Is to produce tho necessary quantity and quality of nil kinds of IIto stock it must devoto more and better land to pastures and meadows. Many formers in the south prizo wheat, corn, oats, cotton, rice and cane as crops becauso their growth has becomo a habit. Very few farmers havo compared the profit derived from an aero of cotton and an ncro of Ber muda grass, lespedeza und bouio win ter clover. On many farms tho grow ing of cotton represe...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 November 1913

Ptrfrfejjjja , egj -hyw vnirr.TT ,a rrr, fli-..- r, ... HI M1! ' "V. "I .???fyy "" ' " '" ' ' ' ' "-' . TBtfM l'lMM,i mWlrOlll ! lwWMW ! Wj Jplfcli H. )p.li mni'fciH,hJil " ii iwi THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 1 I1 t U. i i LV M ? i h - ' 13? 2 I us 1 ' K .1 ?T.j. TRAUTMANN Ph.VHiohm and Surgeon OCQoo phono 50. Residence 60. Hayti, - - MI880UIU. Offlco Phono M. Res. Phono 30. J. G. CRIDER Physician and Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES l'hysicinn ami Surgeon Hayti, ... Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil dadlneRB Promptly Attended to Office In Court House CAkUTHKRSVILLK, - MISSOURI duncan & Mccarty ATTOKNBYS-AT-tiAW Will practice in nil the courts Office Over Pont Office C'aruthersvilus, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN ARCHITECT AND BUILDER Fire and Life Insurance. Notarv Public. PHONE 20 ,. HAYTI. MO. j. m. Notary Public Res. Phone Oi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 November 1913

'mtrwmt t f .," " " if irt- ii ;?L iS M THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI, n: i LOCAL AND PERSONAL NWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. 11-Room House for Snlo, near depot, at u bargain. J. II. Ferroll, Hayti. Geo. W. Webb of Braggadocio, one our prominent lodge men, Perhaps Ralph Heath just paid, Wns in town Saturday, himself thutSMO.OO. j Esq w D Hu(1enSi n 1uat5ce Edgar Nunn tvus on'tho sick (,f tho peace of Concord, township, list Thursiluy. ' was in this city Thursday. ash woou, ior coiming aim ncui- Wmnoil-ltooiiuM". anil hoarders. lug see Sherman Csisev. , Prices reasonable. ''Across Hie street .,,,,, , , from .Methodist church. Mrs. Klioblo Mrs. Rose Bryant was in from proffer t"tf the farm Saturday. Bon Phillips, one of the good farmers and hunters of Bragga docio, was in this city Saturday, wearing his usual smile. Property For Sale. Tho Mrs. Anna Dnrnall hotel, 12 rooms, small barn and three lots, one block from public sonare. Price reasonable....

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

Ff ,n.i J nHii Hi MHMWWWrii5i5rlMW?l'''"ll''" ..JbiVt '."- -;yi ; r M&. uiMii .,... - ,) iiijiii,.w,.M'a f$fth?xi " Wi M 4 (I ! THE HAYTI HERALD, HAVTI, MISSOURI. MEXICO BET3 CASH TO PRY 5 NEW H. UMIiH ITO NA- OLD EHS BANKS DELIVER $4,000,000 TO GOV ERNMENT FOR TROOPS AND EMPLOYES. BATTLESRAGECONTINUOUSLY Rebels Capture Montemoreloe and De stroy Part of That City Two of Dictator's Kin Are De clared Elected. DECLARATION BY MEN'S TIONAL CONVENTION. Ten Per Cent Minimum Annual Gain to Membership of Each Local Church Their Aim. FELIX DIAZ FLEES TO UNITED STATES City of Mexico. There was a run nn mnnv banks In the City of Mexico on account of a report that the gov ernment was in dire straits for mon ey, and intended imposing a tax of 15 per cent on all deposits. The finance mlniBter donicd the truth of this ro nort. aavinK it is absurd to suppose that the government would bo capa ble of an action contrary to the ele mentary principles ot political econ omy. The banks delivered $4,000...

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. — 6 November 1913

-. -V'f ' , ' THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. -mv MIL L TAX UP 10 E I Arguments in St. Louis Cases Heard by Judges En Banc. . BIG QUESTIONS AREINVOLVED Tho City Asks Thnt Judgment for $1,689,876.47 Given by Circuit Court Bo Affirmed Two Months Before Decision. JeiTorson City. Eight cases involv ing tho validity of tho tax piovlded by tin ordipanco or St. Louis ot u mill on each passenger carried by tho United Hallways Company of that city wcro argued and submitted la tho state supreme court en banc W. B. 13aird, city counselor of St. Louis, contended in hi3 argument in support of tho tax that the supremo court of tho United States having declared tho constitutionality of tho ordinance there is nothing for the court hero to do but aillrm tho judg ment of the circuit court of St. Louis against tho company. The amount of tho judgment In tho aggregate is ?1,GS!),87C47. Judge II. S. Priest made tho princi pal argument for tho company. The mill tax, ho said, was an occupation tax and t...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 November 1913

iiiiroiiiuyirtiyw "TfiMii miirtiim'i"''TC';)iig rrJJTvhiiiiili."iiriiTiiri7Tiiwii?iir ' '"' "" Mi l'tI'JL,lAiluiWr "ryr $sk THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. I : TRADE AT F M. PERKINS! STORE. IT'S SAFE. : m .! .'i; i. J.. ... i . . .il.TSV.i-fcn..,l..?ifCs?BVS.a' Ifft-f M 134 s i d li i ir ( i IH V: v f;i ft; V if OUR SUBSCRIBERS. All papers expect to lose sub scribers now and then. That is only a natural consequence, just the same as in any other business. To give an idea of the volume of our subscription business, we again bunch thorn together for the past week. NKW SUBSOIuniSKS. Biship & Sharp, Marston. .1. W. Dones, llornersvillr. Senator Wtn. Hunter, Benton. Mrs. Maud M. Huff, Pasadena, California. HKNKWAL Sl'JJSCUIBKHS. Colpy Upton, Obion, Tenn. Dr. W. Clyde Mitchell, Sioux City, Iowa. Mrs. Anna Bough, Cookvillc, Texas. I. E. Williams, Chas. R. Pierce T. S. Martin .lolm Sheehan, Caruthersville. i) Covington. Esq. P. M. Klingensmith, Con cord. Ksq. S. W. Laws, Linda. d. J....

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. — 13 November 1913

Y"HTW1' J" M"" I, Kj. i ""Ttf' -.-. vr iiHrrntVym'vxfS0Hffl-&Qf4.y - rsr,vp as 1 V . e THE HAYTl; HERALD & Si Office in CITY HALL Office in CITY HALL H 4.' , & , 1 l "l , The only Recognized Straight Pcmoc'ratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. "t. Wr VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1913. NO. IV 'tfr,T if? pyfiqmM SCHOOL NOTES. By Supl W H Jbnnton. Economy is something we are failing to teach the buys mul girls in out public schools. Just how we are to overcome this con dition is a matter that has not yet been agreed upon by the teaching profession. In the crowded curriculum of the pres ent day school we have made very little, if any. provision for teaching the child the first let ters of economy. Since we have no regular place on the program for teach ing the children the value of nickels and dimes, we have start ed a School Savings Account. This School Bank, as we might call it, is wholly in the hands of the school children. They have a casjaier and four as...

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. — 13 November 1913

teVfeftM,! ifj&nr 'i THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. er I THE eHIMCN i "i"'M grPLr, 21 JACK'S NOVEL POCKET PIECE Had Carried Snail Around In Pocket Until Children Were Snugly Set tled for Bed-Time Talk. When the children woro snugly set itlcd for tho bod-tlme talk Jack flshod up a snail shell from tho depths of Ills pocket, where ho had been carry ing It all day for this occasion. "Toll us all about that," ho said. "I ofton iflntl them In tho gardon, but there is ,novor anything In thorn. I know that ithc sheila couldn't got thero all alone, but why do wo novor seo tho snails?" "Dccauoe tho snail is usually tucked wafoly away Inside tho shell," mam ma answered, "and knows too much to como out whon curious little boys urn around. If you will go Into tho Igafden some warm cunny day juBt after a Bhowor, you will perhnps bo ablo to find a snail dragging himself and his houso along one of tho walks. Whon tho weather 1b dry or cold they cIobo the door of their houso with a .kind of...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 November 1913

i 'rp.p-Fv mr syift rfywwfjfi 'P. ' i '?. r THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. JN w- Of 'r" .- ... v- DIVERSIFICATION ON SOUTHERN FARMS Lespcdcza Destined to Become Important Feed Crop. HIGH-GRADE HAY AND FORAGE Plant Is to South What Clover and Al falfa Are to Other Sections Grows on Any Soil and Needs Little Attention. (By G. H. ALFORD.) Botanists and experimenters aro constantly searching the world for ag ricultural plants, especially of the legume family, that -will furnish abundant crop3 of high-grado hay and forage. Lospcdeza, or apan clover, a llttlo plant of Asiatic origin, and un til quite recently llttlo known, is des tined to become the most important all-round crop for largo areas of tho southern United States. Lespcdeza is an annual, appearing after killing frost is over, and lasting until freezing weather In the fall. It may always bo distinguished from oth er small wild clovers by a small pur ple bloom, which does not appear un til August The seed resembleB un hulled ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 November 1913

1-'"F" f Tlifc' K&iiliufm m iiiiwmiimii ggstyg THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Hi i V 1 T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon Ofllco phone CO. RoBldonco 60. Hayti, ... Missouri. Ofttco Phono 50. Res. Phono 30. J. G. CR1DER Physician and Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES . Physician and Hayti, Surgeon Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER -Hayti, - - Mo. . J. S. GOSSOM ProsooiitittR Attorney PomiBcot Co. All Kinds of Civil iJaainesH Promptly Attended to Office in Court Hoiirb OARUTIIHRbVILLK, - MISSOURI duncan & Mccarty ATTORNKYS-AT-IjAW Will practice in nil tho courts Ofllce Over Pont Office CARUTHEHSVIM.K, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAWENSTEBI ARCHITECT AND BUILDER Firo and Life Insurance. Notary Public. PHONE 20 HAYTI, MO. J. Notary Public lies. Phone 9(1 HAYTI, Ollice: City Ilnjti MISSOURI Barber Shop and Bath Room Newest, Largest, Nicest and Best Place in Town. MRS. H. M. RANSBURGH Proprietor CITY POOL HALL .loo Milt...

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. — 13 November 1913

? 'pfr'fYKx"r, t "' "'"S"''a,?,. "f -( i r "vj- vfturt ? -t" lqwf"f- wyr flTwitwr'iiov-jsjtf tr'! " wm l T " i . THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. . LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Tho best of cream meal at Buckley's Harry Henderson of Concord was in town Thursday night. "Wild Boy" lion hold where others fail, at Buckley's. 52tf Herman Sachs of Kennett was a Hayti visitor Thursday. "Blllken" shoes aro the verv best for tho kiddies, at Buckley's. .VJif Bill Notherly of Caruthersville was in this cit.y'Suuday A noiby line of knee pan ay atBuckle 's. is on OK- 52tf Pi Miss Jessie Hill visited Triends in Kennett Sunday. THE is the olace to visit when you feel blue don't feel just - right when you want to get your mind off your business. to demonstrate,- the pic tures makes them more real, life-like and enjoy able. It's lively and will make you feel good. Don't forgot that "Excello" Hour Is the very best, at Buckley's. 52lf Dixie Ree...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 November 1913

mfwy.ww. -f fT ijT rifi aiaa3ij jtj waS; VW- r -r f, J! mrnf- .t iv ';,- ,-. yfr;"- V'. JTTOX'J .ZZi.ZJ iWlliliftliiaMWHHiliiiiiii'i IT re THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. w a m u lrf! tfi s&. M I S3 81 11 !S a 8! n I i$:t V it! tffi fPI! VA i if .M! I -ff i PB ;! I I! t I xn I t 1 ,1 i i vl IM f DAME OPPOSES CLEMENCY SUFFRAGE LEADER 8AY8 MUR DERESS SHOULD HANG. Mrs. Carlos French Stoddard of Con- neotlcut 8ays Sex. Discrimination Would Be Wrong. Now Havc.X, Conn. The movo mcnt to commuto tho ucntcnco of orpardon Mrs. Desslc J. Wakefield, sentenced to dlo "March 4 for the mur der of her husband is encountering opposition among suffragists. Mrs. Carlos French Stoddnrd, a slnto Icadci for equal suffrage, said: "While I know little of tho Wake field case, I would not hesitate to say that as long as a woman has boon convicled of first degree murder, she should bo hanged. Tho law nnys that is tho penntly, and that she is a woman is no reason why tho penalty should not be inflicted....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 November 1913

" U- M'-rt.ijk.ol- Ti!i THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ittu LL "0 2S'" GO MAJOR R THE GLOB WON He Resents Their Interference With State Institutions. NOT TO BELIEVE IDLE TALK Kansas City Club Will Not Be Al lowed to Make an Idepenrient Investigation of tho Chilli coth'tf School. Jefferson City. Governor Major, in giving out tho report of tho recent in vestigation of tho Industrial School for Girls at Chilllcothe, made a statement In which ho lectured tho clubwomen of Kansas City for taking seriously overy irresponsible statement circu lated about conditions at tho school. Tho committee which made tho in vestigation waB composed of Miss Mary Perry of St. Louis, tho Rev. James N. Crutcher of Neosho and James F. Conran of St. Louis, mem bers of tho board of charities. Their report was that the "Institution is in good condition and ono of tho best managed In the country." The governor absolutely declined to permit a committee of Kansas City clubwomen to make an independent investiga...

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. — 13 November 1913

r&l'ffclW MMhM j Jfoy W "J- -f itiri ft fiyt iuih'kt!44 9-HMfaakm&t&mlpi &' i THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. T , . . " ? tW TRADE AT F, . PERKINS' STORE. IT'S SAFE, s sar -a MMMMMMaMMa'aM.aMi3M4a3M S99-im& M i: M i We suppose the reason the Socialist does not publish the names of any of its "subscri bers" is that it has none to pub lish. The only subscriber it has published was Judge VV. E. Brown of Wardell, and that prov ed a boomerang for Brown. Now, to see the dilTerance, kindly kep n watch on the columns of the Hayti Herald each week and see the magnitude of our subscrip t ion list. It is on the move all the time, from Maine to Califor nia and from every hamlet and the larger cities of our county. The Herald is a newspaper that appeals to the people every where, except a few disgruntled soreheads right here in Hayti, who have always been against everything that was for the good of the town. But we are now de termined to light these old dis gruntled sorehe...

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