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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 March 1914

tTuS" ,."",.' () ".srrv. "ri .v-ff t.-?J Jl THE HAYTI "HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI -" "-A- fc.1. -v- 5?jw-pi H ' "" "u y 'w" l Wedding Gowns SBS JSSSffgCvBRnf58RCT&CVagBMBpKXtXvA-.s i. J3T CPsLCAqUiWttAv " "- KVMHBI iVsBsssm bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV . : lR?.vw i'j ASRIHSIesv.o.x-.' . sN," vrt. v JeflflBBflflHsssY W T IS- for tbo Easter brldo to cboose 1 'whether oho will be wedded in a ("regulation" gown or allow her fancy rp run after the new modes and de part from accepted customs in her f doming. There Is something attractive in jt thought of generations of brides clad, In regulation trained princeBB 'gowus of white satin, more or less elaborated with lace and embroidery, and more or less modified to resemble the' passing fashions. Her gown is correct, afcovo the influence of every now phase, however beautiful, which fashion prewnts from year to year. But no one will deny the bride- the privilege of m gown modeled accord ing to the last tvord in fashions. Two bridal gowns are pictured he...

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. — 26 March 1914

n'""'" '" " iMimi ipiii i , mm MihiLaaiiiiiiJn m uiwNBWWWffWBMWmiUmU'WME "'' ' sfSriS? " '8 la T ftV-t - s . THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTJ, 'MISSOURI.. M- r IV 4i T. j. TRAUTMANN Physician mul Surgeon Ofllco phono 50. Unsidonco 00. Hayti, - Missouri. OlHce I'hono 50. Res. Phono 30. J. G. CRIDER Physician uu Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Mayti, - - Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAW YE It Will Practice Tn All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER llayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM 1'ronecutlng Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil dariiness Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Oakuthkrbvili.e, - Missouri dunGxVN & Mccarty Attouneys-at-law Will practice In all the courts Ofllce Over PohI Office (Jarutiierbville, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary PuLlic REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Res. Phone 28 Ollico Phone 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING J. Notary Public Res. Phone 9(1 Office : City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI LARSON & inrarar BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOM First Cla...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 March 1914

w-ftSjs' il THE HAYTI HERALD fl til m The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 26,1914. NO. 20. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo u ro authorioil to announco the following ranulUntes. subject to tho primary election, August 4, 1914. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. For Prosecuting Attornoy: VM. W. McKLVAIN. For Circuit Clerk: JOHN' PARKS. l-'nr Presiding .Judge, Pumiscot 'o. CHAS. W. SHIELDS. For Associate Judge 1st District: J. M. BALL. I'm- Justice of the Peace, Hayti Township: ED. GOTCIIER. F. M. GYVIN. For Constable, Hayti Township: W. F. COOK. City Ticket. For Alderman, Ward No. 1. (1 j ear term.) J. S. (Sycamore) STURM. GUY SANDERS For Alderman, Ward No. 1. ('2 year term.) Dr. T. J. TRAUTMANN. For Alderman, Ward No. 2. CHAS. SPENCER. G. W. DORKIS John Parks. John Parks of Caruthersville ih a candidate for circuit clerk of Pemiscot county, subject to the will of the democratic voters at t lie primary election, August 4. Mr....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 March 1914

fy' "' fti""'fc r-."" -." jviiwrr" -cJigSwsZEr -u. THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Ik r 16,587 Bales of Cotton. In 11)12 l'omiscot county pro duced 13,014 bales of cotton, and in 1MI5 gained 3,543 bales, the 1913 production being 10,587 bales. Von Mayos moved his law of fice "Wednesday, to the Keystone Building, and has lilted up a very nice place. BUILDING MATERIAL HERE AT HOME Hard an Soft Wood LUMBER Cut to Order Buy at Home and Mrs. Nora Brown is a now Herald subscriber. For SaleTwo Al cows with calves, Sco Guy Sanders. 20-lt B. L. Guffy moved his law of fice from the city hall to the Key stone Building Wednesday, where he lias a very nice place. Cement, lime, brick, clinl, and other building material is kept In stock and Is for Mile by tlio Hayti Jee & Cold Storage Co. See Chas. Morgan. 20tf A young man, of a most excel lent family, from a neighboring town in Tennessee, becoming tired of the world, ended his own life in this city Tuesday evening. Out of respect to his pe...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 March 1914

I TVVnt" "pwj'K'. 'T5"vr ';' "'.? r;"' ;. .n?v5!irj?5!!? '-' '''' l". " -' "JSqjy a-jffV 't;,"S?'X7'W,'Ti 5jff V' 3UA. Hr.K v'- -a V t x --' ., .W3 . S THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. X M il LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not Sec it Here it is Electric light globes, nt Loiters'. J. P. Patterson was in from the farm Saturday. Allklnds of flower snc.1 fttjiuekloy's. Andy Hampton was in from the farm Saturday. All kinds of fresli meats nt the new lonelier shop. phont!vu. 17 Mrs. V. T. Sniulcus visih'il in ('aruthorsville Monday. "Silver Moon' coffee lend tluui till, :it Buckley's. ldtf J. W. Gaither was in from tho Jiirm Saturday. I 14-Room House for Sale, near depot, ut a bargain. J. H. Fen-ell. Ila.vti. Sebastian Pophath and Ward Gordon of Blytheville, Arkansas were in this city Sunday. We Never Worry about our niade-6-meusure clothes Because till worry is eliminated in the making Buckley's. IStf HEALTH & To be healthy to safe guard your health, take the right medicine at ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 March 1914

PfjilSrvyT! N THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. Ul- t; o pabty in m Ml "WE HAVE LOST EVERYTHING," SAYS BRIEF MESSAGE FROM ANTHONY FIALA. COLONEL IS BELIEVED SAFE Valuable Specimens Gathered by Ex pedition Supponed to Be Lost in the Rapids of a Tributary of the Amazon River. New York. Tho following uiessnjic was received from Anthony Plain, the well known Arctic explorer and resl dent of Brooklyn, who is one of the members of tho party of Col. Theodore Hoosevclt, which plunged Into the un explored wilds ot central Brazil about nlno days ago, expecting to reach Manaes, tho commercial metropolis of tho Amazon country, about 900 miles from tho mouth ot tho river: San Tarcm, Brazil (via Pernambu co, St. Vincent and tho Azores). "Wo have lost everything in the rap ids (presumably rapids of a tributary of tho Amazon river). Telephone my wifo of my safety. "ANTHONY FIALA." San Tarem is on the Tapajos river, closo to its confluence with tho Amn ion and about 500 miles from tho mouth of tho ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 March 1914

.w'rt-.-,..- -, ',?f'h7sn3ssTTrwsrsss ..fw -7 i K. "? FOR BENTON STATUE Admirers of Former Missouri Senator Organize at Kansas City. 4 TO ASK. $50,000 FROM STATE 'General Public Also Will bo Asked to Subscribe to Fund J. M. Lowe, President. Persons interested In tho proposl; tlon of erecting a statue in Kansas City to the memory of Thomas H. Ben ton, for thirty years a member of tho United States senate and who, it is Claimed, first predicted that Kansas City would bo a large city, have or ganized' a Thomas Benton Monument Association. , The purpose of the organization Is to unjtewlth tho members of'Bltza beth Benton chapter, D. A. R., In pe titioning tho state legislature to ap propriate $50,000 for a monument. Tho D. A. R. members have been engaged In preliminaries relativo to getting the monument for some time and a fund of $400 already has been raised. It is possible that tho public gecnrally will be asked to subscribe to a fund to be added to the sum appropriated by the legisla...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 March 1914

fat,yiijtirVir'i'' ?";- '";K t St1" f ! & wwviw ''H.i.ir AUM ,,,.,. ,,r.,.-tvTT-7rTr7Tn?)i'ffnr r??icasj'' -' ""T THE hXYTI. HERALD. KfAYTI. MISSOURI. i.l 4 - I I i TswiMag2hftHEUflyUuy SCHOOL NOTES. ,, Bf Supt, W. H Johnton. Evory voter and patron of this school district is invited to. meet with the teachers at tho school building next Monday night, March 30. Figures will bo shown concerning tho actual cost of furnishing free textbooks. Other schoolineasures will be discuss ed also. This meeting will be of great importance to every one in the district. Do not fail to come. The ''Old Trusty" incubator which was given to the school by M. M. Johnson Co., Clay Center, Neb., arrived last Friday. Even the freight was prepaid. For all that we are duly thankful. The High School will give their play, "Those Dreadful Twins," at the City Hull Friday night of this weelc. Music will be furnish ed by the Rust Orchestra. To vote free textbdpks for Hay ti School District would mean a .step tow...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 April 1914

X r,- s - i- s rpr" a-i ki r. ' - ' ' vi 1 . kr w $. ki. J ! A i liiii riA i 11 w?, .". ' 4ul W .s Ffc: VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THUDAT, APRIL 2, 1914. NO. 21. u tf -, r n; HERALD y l '& Y. THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. Morley, Ma, March 21, 1014. Mr. Wm. York, Huyti, Mo. Dear Old Time I'Yiend- I havo jnsl road both papers of Hu.vti. 1 am grieved about the troubles yon people havo gob into at Huyti. I sympathise with you very much. It is true we do not agree in politics. neither do we agree about t lio whiskey and saloons, but the christian men of your town and members of both churches voted for the return of the Mtloons, and some of them were officers in the churches. It is your business about advertising for the saloons, if it helps to make a living for your wife and babies. Most of the preachers I have known at Hayti have accepted the saloon man's money on his sal ary. With all of this, some preachers have hail to leave there with out their salary being paid. It looks to me like y...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 April 1914

gggaisaaasgstsgaaw. ..&. rvr-rfrffffi !J "I'H"!1- t"1' 'IS .,'1l-i "- iK- - 1Mf"Vtt' '.?J?!5' V -CT -SJT 't?VT"'i3!M";! '"''"""" """"" J'- ' " lil',', " ''-"-' ' f " fe: THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. H Making Tomorrow's World By WALTER WILLIAMS, LL.D. Wean of the School afjoamalltm of the Untttntlg cfMlaOarO NOT PEACE, Aden, Arabia. Steaming across tho Mediterranean sea, tho latest view o Europo was of tbo Italian peninsula and of tho Island of Sicily, where Mcs olna, earthquake-overwhelmed, yet lies in ruins. Threo Italian war vessels lay at anchor In tho southernmost harbor. Coming to tho coast of Africa at Port Said, Egypt, northern gateway to tho Suez canal, tho tremendous contribu tion to tho prosperity of peace, which ,tho Frenchman DeLessops gave to tho .'world, tho first objects' seen wero a dozen battleships of a French Med iterranean fleet. TlniB runs tho Euro pean continent to nnval display and all tho cxpcndlturo that it makes nee OFsary. Mocking tho path of pro...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 April 1914

tf.i-"w. sirraiw 'H JV V' , Si J THE HAYTT HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. "i v a - Juvl3 0m)KHCmHOfO0HOOfOK0HCHO0OfO00-00 New Indian Animal Stories How the Deer By JOHN M. i- (MOOi04000HOHOiO00-K-K)-fOKK(HO Get Out Your Paint Boxe3 (Copyright. 1111, by tlip McCluro News paper Syndicate.) Long time ago the deer had no horns, and the top of his head was as smooth as the doe's head is today. Ho was a good-natured fellow, who liked to show all of the other animals how fast he could run and how far he could jump. Now, the rabhit was also a great runner and a good jumper, and he liked to tell about what ho could do whenever ho could get anyone to listen. One day tho rabbit was snlfllng around Mamma Bear, as she was taking the last of tho corn cakes out of tho fire, and begging for some of tho hot and crisp pieces off the edge. "Give mo two pieces, and I will Bhow you that I can jump clean over your flro," said the rabbit. "I declare," Bald Mamma Boar, "If you don't stop bothering mo I'll pick y...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 April 1914

vW'- VW" ljOfTf ? v -r t 1- mmmmkM lOTi ' Ay - T"!Wf' -i' mi 'Sw ' ff ft rJ K P"U THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. i-j- i ,f ' - !(Wirf v I )'" I. i" P -r HP IW. ' ': 9 f ? I j L Jf ! Ss s 1- 1 i r V t'fa'f 5 li , ') U ( ' t T. J. TRAUTMANft Fhysicinu mul Surgeon Office phono 60. Itosldonco 00. Hayti, - - Missouri. Onico 1'liono 50. Res. Phono 30. J. G. CRIDER Physician an Surgeon Hayti, Missouri THIS H-A TTI HEKALD l'UnLISUEO EVERY THUR8DAY, BY WlMJAM YORK, EDITOR AND PUD. TERMS OF SUHSCRIPTION: 81.00 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE! ENTERED AT TUB POBTOFFIOK, HAYTI, MtBBOURI, A8 SECOND CLASS MATTER Ofllco in Olty Hall, Southwest Room, Hnytl, Pemiscot County, Missouri The Only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in the County, 0. , F. A. MAYES Physician ami Surgeon Hayti, ... Missouri S.J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri YON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Olvil Business Promptly Attended to Office i...

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. — 2 April 1914

,r!W7'vr --," - -M W- - , "; ""V '"',i,'f.WCi tj: ,vjjv;wll:vi' iSA'ia? ? J; 7 - ; i THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. C. E. Bragg. C. 10. liniKK of ('aruthersville announces this week as a candi date for prosecuting attorney, subject to the will of the demo- cratic voters at the primary elec tion, August l. Mr. 1'ragg is so well and favor ably known that he needs no re commendation from us. He has resided in this county many years, engaged in the practice of law, and is known throughout the county and in adjoining eoun- ties. lie is clean, sober, honest he is a polished gentleman in every sense. Air. nragg is a gootl lawyer, a i good democrat, and merits the i-espect of the people, which he .shares. He asks your careful consider-' iition. i The third disastrous fire, in ix weeks occured in this city J Wednesday morning, destroying Jour handsome dwellings, one! belonging to Mrs. Mollie Uorris ' occupied by .lack Toaster and , lamily. the homes of John Stubbs J and Lee Spencer, and ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 April 1914

i.tnrfrr'i'iTriififiiH iriiiiirviiifiiwiiiiwanMitiiiiiiiiiiivtaiiii.'uiii'iii!. "' iwilX. JSST . .i?M.hJWi,teMrr..AUifc.. it a& 'LA&spgeuKiuuAu .SSS5XT....'",.'.V. . .,..L. ,.l.:f 'i l.L.:L;),l1jj;j;li-,-,-:T.-.1T7T?!'il,';i,'"7y MIM wwiniiiffi' J THE H AYTI HERALD VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914. NO. 21. If To the Public. Out of respect to friend ind fui alike, when peti tioned to cease hostilities "StWinst those who have jj:)een lighting me, I acquiesced, Iput imagine my surprise iuu,y when tho iirst man on the peti ! J lion refused to speak to me on ij the street, a certain drabbled llfmetticoat turned up its nose, and I'the instigator of all this trouble '$ nosed into a certain candidate s business and asked him why he did not have his cards printed at the other office. 1 respectfully submit that Wyou draft live or six more peti tions and present to the disturb- ling factions, otherwise I shall proceed to protect myself in r,he I future as in the past, w...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 April 1914

;"" & " " " , V -pf??p Vy " "cSr;vr''V"f,'v""A"t" v,J?jMfrtJ9,m' ,iW!?!,''V":,' '" ""'WfV' ' ;t?- ,''i,rff,jf'jai wiTBniRflRRnm , 'v vlV? '. rf" ' & , t V f .xi i i'" SL " '"V THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Electric light globes, at Lellers'. J. M. Byrd, one of our good farmers, visited us Thursday. Only solid gold rings at Loner's D. L. Sorrell of Fousfc was a 1 lay ti visitor Saturday. Crutches, and crutch ttjis, oln.stie xpring trusses, at Lulhir's. lu J. H. Crockett of the Cape was mi our streets one day last week. Watch, clock and jewelry repairing utLcller's. lc Lawyer Sam Corbett was over from Caruthersville Sunday. - Crlsco, tho best butter substitute tin the market, at Buckley's. 17-2 Mrs. Artie Hayes was on the sick list Monday. Thfcre is more Catnrrli In tlili section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years wag supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doc...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 April 1914

r'T'swTTKS'!'- " " -f" vf(s?fp?wSSiKrsi h ?t''y,vvi:lt4'Wil mj .-!J?fWSrjr i- w ' " l ' I i THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ft' a. lf" i; i ti& fiV ii, ft RACE RIOT HALTED WITH COLD WATER MOB OF 600 FIGHTS NIGHT BAT TLE IN DOWNTOWN DI8TRICT IN SEDALIA, MO. AUTHORITIES WERE HELPLESS Trouble Starto at Merry-Go-Rournl, Whero Negroes Took Tickets- Streams From Hoses End Battlo With Brlcko. Sedalla, Mo. Trouble that origin ated at a merry-go-round on Fourth street between white and black chil dren resulted In a race riot In which 00 or 400 whites and nearly as many negroes participated. The owner of the merry-go-round had engaged negroes to take tickets and their work was resented by tho whites. It was not until 10 o'clock, however, that serious trouble broko out. "White boys attempted to drlvo tho negroes away and met with resist ance. Bricks used for a pavement furnished ammunition for the oppos ing forces. Negroes Make a Stand. The negroes were driven a block north to an alloy, ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 April 1914

TT rtUlj(Z -ft--i.r-Vi.riu rT.VTiarif.tfM.l-iTr. ,t.',-;iT,ifr A.tbbi V,.f w,, "Wwm T.M $&V'rt '"' THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Embroidered Taffeta lE Blim, unformed figures of young glrla aro much helped out by ruf fles and skirt draperies, which, are al ready established In spring Btyles. A kind dispensation of Fashion (for the too-Blender maid) decrees taffeta and ruffles ; both lend themselves perfectly to figuro building. Meantime, those who havo all the figure they want, and perhaps a littlo more, are managing to wear flounces and drapery by choosing clinging fabrics and using shaped ruffles Instead of gathered ones. In either case a lot of clever man agement is evident. The object in view is the achievement of graceful lines, and its attainment for a slendor figuro, is shown in tho gown pictured here a design by Doeuillet It will bo seen that tho figuro is built out about tho hips, but that its lines aro not lost sight of. Tho skirt is narrowed just above tho knees ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 April 1914

wfMywwx "t -j-. ,-- , T-vs ' " ''y-vvysri r'7"T.-.-n -. w-.,--" - TJr Sfi 1 t. I E5siS3 I SPRING OPENING SALE I I s AT THE -' - B Bkk jH H H H H HhI KeI fe. BH E mot BBa iHHflr IBn " .L v .IL h h L B H .H flft KL bmmh h L H Hm jI k 1 ML i 1 BEGINS SATO RDM, AM. 4 IT S Jl 1TSI1ES IgTlL MTIM lfillT, WilLls" i 4 I r n l! II It. I f . l y For the past few weeks Spring Goods of every description have been arriving at our store. Every department brimful with the choicest merchandise the Spring and Summer Season of 1914 affords. Assortments being very large throughout every line, every inch of shelf space, every rack, every table in our store is filled up with bright, glittering Spring goodsin fact, our floor space is really small for the stock we are carrying. Wc have determined to open up the Spring and Summer business with a store full of attractive bargains. We are quite sure that this glad news will be welcome to the people of the city of Hayti and vicinity and it hardly seems possibl...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 April 1914

'V,tt, i" V-lyiyfi'rJ'Vf ."Iil ;,VlW';J(3.irf5 VTJ-, Jsp-?'"' r"" PM(-? 1'"W V Vs "V usn;r 75 - $g ww?mv(Wii t V STf'r.W '.ST' WCk V '" T. I rHE HAYTI -I- - j;yr M sESESHKHBK &v VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914. NO. 22; ir" THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE IS RAISED FOR US. LOOKING BACKWARD SIXTEEN YEARS.. HERALD Let Our Enemies Cease Their Hostilities First. TRUCE VIOLATED. Shouldn't Tie Us and Con tinue War Against Us. The war is over. The breast works are growing up in the green grass and the cobweb woven across the cannon's throat shall shako its dewey tears to the wind once more. Peace at Hayti is such a thing possible? Can the world revolve . backward or the sun set in the east? Can the stars sink into eternal space to be forever gone and the moon float out into eternal night like a dying spark to be seen no more? These questions may be satis factorily answered, but can peace be inHayti? The war is over. Maybe. It seems that Bill York, by some hook or crook, hus bee...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 April 1914

y J, "$ T Tt 'irA ' --TVVT v K THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. lWAi tf !' i Hi aDDTO Ft THE LITE OF CHRIST ti'b pyw l 5Ri 5 (.' M t ?TW '".:& X.5 ;7 t".". rri: s E vi-s-J M.n tk KM ''"L l& ffcK fS w V IW', && Ei iSfflW 0.5 7c?. CMehood'ofCfyrte?- -fr - ,nv IS wh K'M 5H &&? '& miim i-awi. w- A?2 &S &-'i Xi Ww 'y PUiHWS S?$.A l ..A& 1 V.5,'wj.V, :; 7ueye-y&sr2. OIczf&&ua on COayio Jerujse?i NH day an angel came to Mary and said: "Fear not, Mary, for thou hast found favor with God. Behold thou shalt concelvo In thy womb and bring forth a son and shalt call his namo Jesus. Ho shall bo great and shall be called tho Son of tho High est, and tho Lord God Bhall give unto him tho throno of his father Ho shall reign over tho house of Jacob Mary and Joseph went away Into a .. tiJK; m 'SB 32 ft f sm ?2 - ic: sf m. 4 David fovcrever, city of Judea, into the city called Bethlehem, be cause thoy belonged to tho houso of David. When tho child w...

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