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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 December 1913

'mmmvmr-- y -,0m0mi0 wm f rLWWWmWWW ' l f 1 w Vljj. TJHE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. i LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Got in line for the holiday ad vertising. A now lot of Ruohinff ami Pleating In ull the shades ut Buckley's. .'Itf John Jones was hero from Con cord Saturday. " SelMllHing Hour, the "Militant" 11U Buckley's. 3tf S. W. Laws, a justice or tlio peace at Linda, spent sovoral days of last week visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. P. Meatto. v toW ' " ,,N A lm "' "''S Big Ben is a regular "Johnny on the spot" ne nev er fails. You're always up on the dot 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 ior yourself. I always keep him on the counter where everyone can see him. W. B. Deweeso of Concord was on our streets Saturday. Have your hog's life, insured ...

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. — 4 December 1913

Wyi)Hyn;jww,ilny7'ni'.twfT.fwii.ijiii-i'j,' riy ST" .g.r TfPWtJ'1- 3 ises?5--r "5 i f- ? THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI, I' Ufa ' jj ' ''wwfcwwmwl'l 'Li1.1 ' it V i lUl tEfl 8 I i J Hfc n Hi m lis, i iu) i llD 4i pt; i Tl b '; ?a; f ie )U' ica i as :n1 f id ies , is; 3e A I fc i "i i t& . i PEftGE UNTIL IIA LETS GO HUEF USURPED POWER President Says in Message Pres tige of Dictator Is Crumbling and End Is Near. WANTS MONEY BILL PASSED Urges Enactment of Legislation to Make Farming a More Efficient Business. LET SHERMAN LAW STAND Primary Elections for Selection of Candidates for Presidency Urged Ultimate Independence of Phil ippines an Obligation Dou ble Duty Toward Alaska Employers' Liability. Washington, Dec. 2. Tho following la President Wilson's complete mes sage dollvered to congress today: In pursuance of my constitutional duty to "give to tho congress Informa tion of tho stato of the "Union," I take the liberty of addressing you on sev- "eral matters which ought, aB It B...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 December 1913

pp wm" mm$i0 ..-; THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI MISSOURI. V: e -wmmr ""r0w!f H a Making Tomorrow's World By WALTER WILLIAMS, LL.D. Dtan if the School tffovmatlim nfth Vntxtnltg nfMlaoarO LOOKING INTO A PEOPLE'S HELLTHE LOT OF THE BRIT ISH LABORER. London, Eng land. A now old world la In tbo making. Tomor row's nations aro to bo different from tho nations that wo know today. How different and why? Tho answer to tho Inquiry is, to a dogrco, in the constructive movements which stir today's world with largo unrest and larger hope. Out ot today's agony tomorrow's world is born. But boforo deal ing with tho con- "5 .Kv i . v.v f V. " ' -. "..X. .. S& W .-. t. i- l ." .sjV' rv v ; r,' ts"f' ; W.-J. , ;j .CvIj Instructive movements let us look rV at somo of tho conditions which havo r PtoT v'- ? $W given birth to great reforms .in the Ms& British Isles. ggfc Doctor Jo; Jowett, famous British preacher, now of New York, said in a recent sermon in Birmingham that iwSgK the tourist mood was n...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 December 1913

Py h I if THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 2 337" B JR 110 JH iBI,iair AIID7 CTflDC. T'9 ID Jl EE1 bst I n;iSEi I r. m. rE.irnLiriy 9 1 vnc. 119 oriMi "TJ m aMMaM!MMMM9M9M9MM9a aMa ,fe ' Jt W ' fc n if" Concord News Items. BY JOLLY GIRL. Mrs. Jake Williams is still on .the sick list. William Sutton spent Snturdny night m Kennett. John Elcdgc visited in Con cord Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Champion visited in Caruthersville Satur day. Harvey Massey of Dry Bayou was in Campbell the latter part of last week. Miss Effle Hawkins was the guest of Miss Alice Sutton Sun day. There was singing at Carter Sunday, with the Concord class attending. Mesdames Doss Hudgens and Jennie Maxey of Hayti visited in Concord one day last week. Mvss Efliie Hawkins, our school teacher, atttended the Teachers' Association at Caruth ersville Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jones of Hayti spent Sunday with Mrs. Jones' sister and family, and Mrs. Will Champion. Mrs. Ophie Sheppard Mrs. Albert...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 December 1913

'itf- lWyp.'-Y-t (' X 1 ip T,' i1 ' i' "" ip. . - iv- 'it wr v f gf&'li 5,3 rJr 1LT v 15 '" ' - - - ".N .V- "M'i J?-V" hi iiinin'in II lV$; 11 "l Office in Office in. t : J$ "m i The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. f tf " Jt' a -fr-r- :tiawagiteAUAa.'' RS-"' ''.M'tx-fess v VOL.U ITAYTT, MISSOURI, THUDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1913. l C2KJS K" Mi NO. 0 1A i i&i CO-OPERATIVE vtf. V ' ) "rft J jv , TtJET UAVTI tiPi III HERALD t . " ' ' - .. - ST. m IZSr CONJUNCTION SALE Greatest Money-Saving Sale in the" History of Pemiscot and Adjoining , Counties. i You now have the opportunity of a life-time to take advantage of the GREATEST, MOST WON DERFUL COOPERATIVE CONJUNCTION SALE ever held in Southeast Missouri. The leading merchant of each line of Caruthersville having decided that from DEC. 13 to JAN, 3 that they will make remarkable reductions in their respective lines, your advantage lies in taking this opportun ity of supplying your needs. Never in the hi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 December 1913

gi'wrii'i'vii"fii mCmSSmmSD 3H5SS3323BJW " t'Ml iyt '"t' fcit.i.A.. i II i nftjMjjrui iPu.isa.ViAiai;,, yf KW '"WS'X.? B a i....n ,1 imnyt. em $!' &r Sfr , Y ! s F c . t ft. it v. f f m It i &, : Bfri hf I. it .. " i ,-fe Vi- in if :f i r - THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTlr MISSOURI. sumw lones . T A Daw-B Christmas Storg in Three Paris. Copgrl PART ONE Continued. Henry KltcheJLvSbster ' SamucllS. Kiscrand. lburD.NeSbit in-s mi yv ii.na,pxnpTi "I'm afraid that might keep tho children from enjoying tho trifles I am going to ut on tho tree for thorn," Ursula demurred. "I'll cut it out, then," Jaboz replied. "You Just tell :no whore to spill the money and I'll tap my barrel. I'm In your hands, understand." He looked so meaningly nt Ursula that Delancey felt tho ground toeing pulled from under his feet. Ills own allowance did not permit of such reck 'leBsncss, and besides ho considered Buch a display of wealth ns McAdam IwaB making as vulgar. "Let mo come to tho front with my hrlght Idea...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 December 1913

Wt 1 f ' w ' w" - (J. w - - xm'r'psjrmtmmAmimmiim -- riTt wr' vs w Y3gprnsRnF THE H A YTI .HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI.- I ''fcf?i$W r i m Wity tirfC DIVERSIFICATION ON t SOUTH FARMS (Everybody Should Join in the Universal Farm Uplift. FARM METHODS ARE LACKING Farmers Can Easily Grow Twice Aver- age of Staple Crops Many Great Industrial Corporations of Country Are Interested. CBy o" H. ALFORD.) Wo have between iho average and the beat In farming in the cotton belt an attainable 1,000 per cent. This dif tferenco of 1,000 per cent, against tho lavorago farmer is duo wholly to con ditions which ho can easily control Kith the necossary knowledge. Every irporation and business man interest ed in tho welfaro of tho country should tJoin forces with tho United States de partment of agriculture, agricultural Colleges, experiment stations, state de partments of agriculture and other forces and conduct great educational campaigns until tho foolish and crim inal wasto that is going on every year by...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 December 1913

';).-M"t iiiiii.iiniiwjuwtil.iiit V'V'ri'"'"wTrw'waMi'w.Mii r"Sxxnrm,m .in ; i.ii iiiinii-nniimlinrrwiwirw)ifc : JjgjKUKi V&ftV . .. ;i i! ! N i m rtpS V T. J. TRAiUTMANN Physician and Surgeon Ofllco phono 60. Roaldonoo GO, Hayti, ... Missouni. Oflico Phono GO. Hes. Phono 30. J. G. CRIDER Physician and Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES PhyHician and Surgeon Hayti, - - - Missouri S.J JEFFRESS LAWl'KK Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemlacot Co. All Kinds of Civil iJoainoHB Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Oaruthkrbville, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in nil the courts Office Over Pont Office CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEflPfl ARCHITECT AND BUILDER Fire and Life Insurance. Notarv Public. PHONE 20 HAYTI. MO. J. ML ARG Notary Public Res. Plione 90 Office: City Hayti HAYTI, MISSOURI Barber Shop and Bath Room Newest, Largest, Nicest and Best Pla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 December 1913

f f '.".. 1 " 3 'WSHBf ' '"- ;'e?Tr'?!,3 "Si i) i r 'TTT If"""1 Irlh, Office in CITY HALL Qffice in CITY HALL 41 1 -'-i The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. VOL. G. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11,1913. NO. 5. " Tx&qztt HAYT HERALD I Ml ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Rev. J. B. Crossman of Clay Ion came down last week to at tend his church work at Carle-ton. 2 I I P5T.MOVJOjlOI2 NEWLY PATENTED. Those not needing it don't wear Mioes. Protects several different wajs and saves ninny times its coat. Sample, prepaid, Id:. V. S. SHOE PROTECTOR MFG. CO. Cliarleston, Missouri. BUILDING MATERIAL NEW SAW MILL STARTED Hard an Soft Wood LUMBER Cut to Order Buy at Home and fE Fred Morgan was inCaruthors ville Friday. Pimento cheese in plass at Buck ley's. 4tf Vostor Hopkins was a Holland visitor Sunday. Self-Rislnjr 110 ur, the ".Militant" nt Buckley's. 3lf W. B. Deweese of Concord was on our str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 December 1913

"-"XWWfcAjfl""'- THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Go to Caruthorftvlllo, and look for the red tings. Mrs. Tom White has been ill this week. Bob Brooks has placed his name upon the Herald's list. Remarkable in 1 sale of Famous Hankrupt Stock tfoods almost given away. Uuruthotsville. D. L. Sorrell, the Foust post master, was In Hayti a short while Saturday. Go to Caritlhcrsville Dee. 13, and look for the red flags. Esq. F. M. Khngensmith and .son, Albert, of Concord, were hi town Saturday. P. C. Blankenship, one or our good citizens, was in from the farm Saturday. Great Co-Operative Conjunction Sale in Caruther.sN ille. Ask about prizes. H. H. Thompson, manager of the county farm, was in town Sunday morning, and made the editor get out of bed. Go to Cnruthers.vlllo Dec. 13, and look for the red llau&. Mrs. E. D Hnird has been seriously ill for .several days, but at last reports, some hopes were entertained tlv.it she was better. The Hayti Storage Company lias...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 December 1913

- p ' V THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. fc F nxi Vf h ' i' n && SUCH BUSINESS---WHEW!! I iii in i i n a n i m lW i i II ii IIIIIIH I I IIIWMMM w' i .' I i, LlL : i ZJ-ll-il - i ' - 111 i mw ' m LJ mnk 1 I Such a humarj tide of determined buyers surely never piled into a store before ! We expected a successful sale because the prices and the goods deserve it. But we didn't anticipate any such a cyclonic outpouring as this! By all that's holy, come now, or forever hold your peace. It's NOW or NEVER! These breath-taking bargains are melting like a'frost in June. And there's only a few days more. Promptly at 10, Wednesday Night, tlie 24th, the Lid Goes on and this ANNUAL MID-HOLIDAY SALE will be a thing of the past. It's a sale that is making history. Pemiscot county has had sales and sales, but THIS is the banner event the Daddy Horse of the whole caboodle! Not a bit of bunk about it! You simply can t match the prices. And pulling this sale off f right spank in the middle of...

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. — 11 December 1913

tw . "'" J$W H , rr?! sT"jr $ " THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. "OWr"" I I r .EM OF .RIDING NEIGHBOR ON RAIL JURY C0NVICT8 FIVE WOMEN THAT DROVE PRETTY WIFE ' OUT OF VOLO, ILL. VERDICT DAZED DEFENDANTS Penalty May Be $200 Fine and Six Months In Jail Plea of Matron, 72 Years Old, That She Only Beat Pan, Wins Acquittal. Waukegan, III. Five grny-halred women of the village of (Volo who rodo Mrs. John Richardson' on n rnil ono night last July because her name wna linked by gossip with that of her brother-in-law, wore found guilty by a Jury. Each may bo fined $200 and sen tenced to six months In Jail. The band of militant housewives was composed of MrB. Emma Stad field, who weighs 250 pounds', Mrs. Lcvina Raymond, Mrs. Alma Watlan, MrB. Mary Sabcl and Mrs. John Stad field. Mrs. Kate Wagner, 72 years old, the sixth woman, who started to assist in carrying Mrs. Richardson outside the vlllago limits, was freed by the Jury because alio returned homo before the victim was given her ride on...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 December 1913

pr -mr n-t- ' - -ah. ' - ft- h -)- 'j VUMT M 5 Jff-w ""fr,?"jJ, ..&", -' f'T5w.7,?y nw rwwsiTW'vrrr lm'p .hmmjjhi nunuin . . , ir"! 1, w; rv ." s t 5l t ' lAM 'I THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 'J SM WILL RUSH WORK L Foundation is Now Practically Completed. STEEL ON GROUND IN 60 DAYS Missouri Men to Be Given Preference in Letting Sub-Contracts Su perintendents and Fore men Ready for Work. Jefferson City. K. F. Gill, managing director of the- John Gill & Sons Com pany, of Cleveland, O., who will con struct the now Missouri state house, will lose no time In commencing work, which, under the contract, must ho completed and the buoldlng ready for occupancy by July 1, 191C. Mr. Gill brought with him from Cleveland when ho camo here a staff of superintendents and foremen. Frank Collins will supervise the work generally and D. G. Aronburg will bo chief office man and director. Mr. Gill said that he will have his list of sub-contractors ready to submltt to tho capitol building co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 December 1913

WmmjQ ir "f -wr- -tPCT, ,1 r THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. rffrtftftttSMM- TRADE AT F PERKINS' STORE. IT'S SAFE. m f1 AMMaMMM3MMMMMMa 4a533a HHiin if m i Mimyi M V . to ti i: i? sS RAPIST CHEATS THE- GALLOWS. Willie Woodson, Negro Rap ist, Gets 99 Years. Well, the expected has at last happened. The negro, Willie Woodson, who assaulted Mrs. Ollie Johnson of the Canady neighborhood August 9, was brought down from the Jackson jail Tuesday morning by Sheriff Summers of Cape Girardeau county, and a few minutes later the wretch plead guilty to the crime, and received a sentence, ninety-nine years in the peniten tiary. The courtroom was full of people at the time, and the ne rro was permitted to go unmo lested, save for the dissatislied munner which ran through the courtroom. There was no mobde monstration, but to add a specta cular feature to the almost silent occasion, the entrance door was closed to a large number of citi zens who had assembled at the commands of other affairs. Af ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 December 1913

f i-Y'rKj4ftf' t. f ., j,-V( If ( yfl! .m rrnw'1'' " ?"j"wr,ir"."'Tm"'"' ' i rWW"W" ? rl")'' SfWWK?ftl5irt :?w;w.p Or- j THE HAYTI HERALD Part One 8 PAGES Part One 8 PAGES -?. s ' The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newapnper in Pemincot County. "J VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913. NO, 6. vi I SCHOOL NOTES. By Supt W H jenwon. Free Textbook L:iv (oontimiurt from latit week.) ' Soution 2. County court loup portion foreign insurance money lo districts furnishing free text hooks. Whenever the board oi directors or board of education ol any school district in this state certifies to the county court that they are furnishing textbooks free of charge to all the pupils in at least the first four grades in the public schools of their dis trict, it shall be the duty of the county court to apportion annu ally to each such school district from the county foreign insur ance tax moneys received from the state treasurers an amount to lie determined by multiplying the numbe...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 December 1913

i-fl"'-'''"" 'E ' ''' T-ff !'V r'-'Sy,ra "''''tii'i"i'ii.i' .... ... .-.,. i;-". i'?"').i"j.. 1 1 V" V A1' H' " niy,"iT- Tsi" "yiw.",'"" "wfTT ..ih,ij.PM.Pf 'MIW rST """,'ft''i'r'j'Ctn" THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. I m V y Onto onGs'i i i .A. Dag-Beiforc-Christmas Storg in Three Farts PART THREE Continued. HenrgKLtdiensrtcr' 5p Samuel E. Kiscr and Wilbur D. NeSbit Jabez' turned to look, then thought lio wouldn't. "And now," contlnuod Ursula, "thcy'ro coming back Into tho car." "Good-Bye," yolled Jabcz. Tho door stuck, an car doors will. When tho man In tho tan overcoat got It open, laboz was one. Looking eagerly out of tho window Ursula thought oho saw n mnn scuttling liko u scared cat up a lark little cross Btrect; sho thought alio saw him take a header over an ash barrel halt submerged in an old nnow bank, but sho could not be sure. Then she turned back and began gathering up what she could find of Mrs. Hlggs' Christmas dinner. Sho was so busy at this and so Intent on Ignori...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 December 1913

. v '"hrTM!--sjj -pAHi-; v THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ah 'M r DIVERSIFICATION ON SOUTHERN FARMS Crops Must Be Diversified to Keep Our Money at Home. BREEDING HORSES AND MULES Big Key to Agricultural Reform In the South Is More Labor-Saving Ma chinery on tho Farm Chief Cause of Poverty. (By G. H. AL.FOIID.) Wo must diversify our crops and keep our money at homo to build mag nificent homes, churches, school houses, and good roads, and to edu cate our children and fill our banks to overflowing; keep out of debt and Insist on getting all that wo buy at the lowest prlco for cash; increaso the fertility of our soils by reducing wash ing to the minimum, by deep plowing and turning under vegetablo matter, a rotation of crops, including legumin ous crops, and tho addition of barn yard manure and ground pbosphate rock; plant tho most prolific seed in stead of seed that have run out; use economic plants, such an legumes,, and small grains and sorghum for feed instead of so much expensi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 December 1913

irmw.iM)U(hy'''''M''"' ivmfWFnmftt muM TT imm vmmnMft0mm V iesSjr !&!? ! i.i ,ya THE" HAYTf HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. " -U.'.J" '!' ! T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician nnd Surgeon Oflloo phono SO. Roaldonco 00. HA.YTI, ... MlBBOUM. 50. lloa. Phono 30. CRIDER Physician and Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri Odlco Pliont! J. G. F. A. MAYES Physician mid Surgeon Hayti, MiBSOum S. J JEFFRESS LAW ITER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES L-AWY Hayti, R Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiucot Co. All Kinds of Civil jJnaineaa Promptly Attended to Office in Court House OARUTlIKnBVILM:, - MIB.TOURI duncan & Mccarty Attohnkys-at-Law Will practice in nil the courts Office Over Poet Office CtKUTUERBViLLK, Mo. Phone 158. P. RAVEN TEIN ARCHITECT AND BUILDER Fire and Lifr Insurance. Notarx Public. PHONE 20 HAYTI. MO. J. Notary Public Hes. Phone 90 HAYTI, Office: City Hayti MISSOURI Barter Shop and Bath Room Newest, largest, Nicest and Best Place in Town. MRS. H. M. RANSBURGH Proprie...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 December 1913

-! 'tlr ."' -1 cfi v. V 'M vv THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. "v, V'St'j1 & ' v ''A kSrti -ir A TV LOCAL' AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not Sec it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Pimento cheeso In glass Wt Duck ley's. 4tf Elmer Thrower of the Demo criit force, Carutliersvilli1, spent Sunday in this city. ' Solf-RlBlnif Hour, Hit- ".Mllluiitt" nl lnickloy's. , :uf ht'rc from "Crlsco" you can got It at Buck ley's. 5-tf. A. S. Wavth has ordered his paper changed to Gideon. Dr. G. W. Phippn was over from CiirulhursvUlu a short while l'Yiday. A new lot of Unchiny mid I'loiitlntf In all the sli.uU-, at Hui-kliV-.. Utf .lus. Hicks was Sunuth Saturday. Oreen uauullun was Here l rom , Harry .1 uds and Lonnio Pontine Concord Saturday. ()f Now Madrid weiv in this city .Asli Wood, for cooking ami licat-, Thursday. lair see Sherman Catuv. ! . ,.. . . t 1 n i . K - Annthpi' lot of ilolls anil to,s coin- P H "Rln.1rnol,iiA ,..,.o i,, r1.,-,l H"K. at JiMUiclfVi. )-tf ' ' " v....,...,....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 December 1913

!? '""'" "'w "aan'av s,f ",;iAaii;.!mjmj"'"i-"""""w'.i f?1-!?:"?!""""''"""""""' '3'.rtt:"r7r rfi mi mrm iimm .Mini i.... . . Tm fi " I ' i'" - 3tTii"Mv-n7i t Wlf 4!fW p)i JHnWWMWWWWWtttti th6 haVti HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. X h if i It I' i L 4. K ' TO EXECUTE FOE'S IF VILLA DEMANDS IMMUNITY FROM FEDERALS AT TORREON AS PRICE OF YOUTH8 LIFE. WOMEN HELD AS HOSTAGE Insurgents' Head, Dictator of City, In tuits Consuls, Refugees Reaching Texas Say Repulse of Rebels at Tatnpico Confirmed. El Paso, Tex. It the federals, who have taken Torreon, attempt to re take Chihuahua city, Gen. Rancho Villa will execute Don Luis Terrazas, Jr., son ot Gen. LuIb Terrazas, and heir to the largest estate in Mexico. This ultimatum was sent to Gen. Terrazas from Chuahua. Ho is making frantic efforts to save his son from being shot like a bandit. Young Terrazas is a prisoner In tho palaco at Chihuahua and Villa has altered his demand for 3,000,000 pesos ransom to Immunity from attack from Tor reon. Believing ...

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