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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 April 1914

fi?Tfjl-"Tr-rt-'"J' fi , -W,, i-r v -a ,Mv "BiTV ?p' " r -Tr -.- ft 1$t&. "V """ ' !. THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. f V$ V? f t-jf W. 13. Dowceso, ono of. tho good Concord fanners, was in town Saturday. Athletic underwear for men and ltoyn, COc and 41.00 par milt, at Buck leys. 23 E. D. Gillcn, tho woll known furniture dealer of Caruthor.s vtlle, was in this city Friday. Esq. Doss IIudKens of Dry Itayou att(ndud to business mat ters in this city Saturday. Proscriptions and family recipes do very little ood If not properly filled. Wo fill them right or wo don't them at at all. (.oiler's. lo Esq. J. M. Wall came in from the farm Friday, to spend a few days with his family. Edijar Nunn returned from Hot Springs Thursday, feeling much better. He hopes to be able to take his old position in about ii couple of weeks. Cement, lime, brick, chat, and other building material is kept In stock and is for sale by tho Haytl Ice & Cold Storage Co. Sec Chas. Morgan. 20tf Otis Popham re...

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. — 23 April 1914

THE HAYTI HERALD PART TWO 8 PAGES PART TWO 8 PAGES VOL.0. LINEMAN HURT. Friday at about, i!: 1 T, .Ins. My ers, a lineman in tln employ of 111'1 telephone oinjan.v. while working on the lines near the ( 'has. Reed place, between Hay ti and Gayoso. tell to the -4 round. :i distant ol' about '27 feet, and sustained serious injuries. The accident was eauseil bv the cross- arm breaking. A wire was'being .assured that Ins efforts .sireicnoit, ami .Myers hail irom up the pole to tic tin- wire in. II Tailed to adjust his belt to tin hjiu, ami was merely nomine could, bin he roalizi iinnsell in position with Ins logs.1 In stretching the wire, theeross HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. APRIL 23, 1914. NEW $25,000.00 HOTEL. A representative of the Born heiin Distilling Company, Louis villi'. Ivy., was here last ,eok, and talked vc.fy favorably ol put ting up a nice hotel tor this eity. We did not, gel his name, bur understand he is worth ahnnt SI,0U0,n:v:n. (ind would wdtingly j I invest in this eit...

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. — 23 April 1914

THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. "Call f ir a Lottie of Tip Top, Lemp's Bpeolal brew. "Smoothes and Soothes" Say CRANNY METCALFE. Child or Brown-up thrre li Jut one war rf nantlUnfc cM.!i, croupt, ccuztif n.l tltl'io!') hacIJni Ihroit trouU:j tbat'a to Sooths and bmooth 1th. Dr. Boll's PINE-TAR-HONEY Let a coll co and It soei. It irtwt nil orer everyl'd)ln tti latnnyprtt II. Soothe and Mnoolbe and It ducsn't Bcaucr. F!I7 K'no'n- bol'lo of Dl. nr.L'S n:ic-TAn.i:o::i.v h-i a ic'i en it, and a plctura ol Orannjr," too. At All Oruf Storei. 23c, COc, Cl.OO "Tell ByTho Ec'.l" T. J. TRAUTMANN lMivHichm and Surgeon Office phone 50. Ueaidence 60. Mayti, - Missouri. lO.lice Phone 50. Hes. Phone :)0. J. G. CRIDER Physician uu Surgeon llayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician ami Surgeon IllAYTl, - - MlBBOUItl S. J JEFFRESS LAWYKK Will Practice n All Courts. layti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER llayti, - - Mo. Otllee: Room 10, Keystone Bid;,'. J. S. GOSSOM I'roHeciitiiiK Atto.-ney Pemiscot Co VII ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 April 1914

- 1"iWm"-"i(rv' -v tas THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. - i i, TKW'wtWv LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Klootriu lliflit globes, jit LoHeis'. S. S. .lolYross attontlcd to busl noss in Csiruthorsville Thursday. Only solid gold rings at I. filer's Mr. unrt Mi'-1. Wayne lnntloii l OaruthiThVillo visited in tlii. fit.y Sunday. ('Hitches, and crutch tips, elantle siing trusses, at Leller's. lu F. S. Wahl motored over to Hayti Sunday. i-'.nccUo Hour is tho very WeM, at I tuck lev's. L':t l-l-Room llnu-'1 fii Sale, iifHi'deimi, j tit a haiguin. .1, 11. Kericll. Hn.ui. . li. P. Allen was in C'aruthors ville Friday. W'tlHi, clin'k and ;"-'eli' p'lmii'intf wood Scot t, duel ol police i '' ' ' "' Usq W. i). Hudens was down Iroin Drv Mayou Sat.nnlay. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We arc authorized to announce die following eanoidatcs, subject to the primary election, August 4, 11)14. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. For Iteprchuntativu: VON MAYKS. nf Ca...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 April 1914

' -"W - U. S. MARINES SEIZE VERA CRUZ; SENATORS UPHOLD PRESIDENT Vera Cruz The Americans havo I captured era Cruz, but at the coat of hour lives mill a. much larger nutnuer wounded. More than 200 Mexicans were killed in the fighting that lollowcd the laud ing of United States bailors and mu rines. Admiral Fletcher Ib holding that part of Vera Cruz in the vlcintt of the railroad .wild, the custom house and consulate. All rolling stock of the railroad is sale. Those killed wore: Coxswn n SlioenuiKer, Corp. Hugger ty and Seaman l'ouissett, all ol the battleship Florida. The name of the lourth man could not be learned. The wounded include: C. L. Leahy, U. Schdnrz, C. I Cameron, .1. F. 1,1. 1'lcze, seamen of the Florida; Sleo trlciun Geisburu of the Florida, and U. D. McMillan, prhate, Second ma line regiment, lrotn the transport l'rai i.e. Mexicans Ffflht Stubbornly. The Mexicans under Uen CJustavo Maas, the commandant of Vera Cruz, put up a stubborn resistance. (Sen Maas challenged the...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

jHSji5S"!i?'-c Wf''t?'siW4MM(' . tSVT"--..f-W(j!M: - w rw tr1"?w-,w"ww- TN( 5jpjjjsW! J nrr j,'ri 'jvis "nf'4JvriBfjVt; J- ft- $. (l HERALD lori it. j-wr" t1 IL P I" vl jtrt; "U .(! VOL.6." HAYtl, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1914. NO. 25. HAYTI 52, . ? -N HORACE MOBELY. Hdrace Mobley o Idaho Falls, Idaho, arrived Thursday, to vis.it his niece, Mrs. T. .)'. Bissott and family, and also to see old friends ' and old places Mr. Mobloy, with lite brother Byron, was one of the ilrst promoters in this city, ' established the first county fair grounds in Flayti that wore es tablished in the county, which' continued for several years. The lair grounds were opened about! 17 years ago, mid closed about 1:1 1 years aro. It lias been about 10 years since Mr. Moborly left I Tay ti. , j R. L. Popham and children t left for St. Louis Friday night to bring his wife ..back honm, who has been in that city for medical treatment. They returned Mon day morning. What's your ailmonl? Wo hnvo.u Rexall Rem...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

rtf" ""!." V!""'ii,,"",f,Vl" "TVJW3!'rf - i- r .'a-nvw ?-.TmHP ". "! l. vv n t -a. 3 -it THE HAYT HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. V . m k - -if h'' k . n i X i V v it a i) t r l, u. it i, U H' A 1 K il H i c ll J t-' ( Making Tomorrows World By WALTER WILLIAMS, LL.D. (Dean cftU Schocl nfearnalttm oflht Unttentlg cfMtuoart) IN THE LAND WHERE LABOR RULES Brisbane, Aus tralia. "You Americans," Bald tho secretary of tho balr drcBscrs' union utBrlBbanc, ''live to work. In Australia wo work to llvo." A halr-dreBser In Australia Is a barber. This bar bor, perched com fortably In a red plush chair (mado in St. Louis), con tinued: "You uso your-sparo time In making m o r o money and wo uso our sparo timo In enjoying life. I do not mnko aa much mouoy in n.woek as I did when I liven In London I'ln'a Cockney, not n Colo nial but 1 work fewer hours. I make moro por hour, but Icbs per weok. I Iiuvo tlmo of my own In which I may enjoy myself. Vhy during ten years I wna at work 'A a London shop II novcr s...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

TtTTT!P '1-, . "' -(. -sWElSJfV"' "'" J t W ' A. THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI l? - -HA. - rxr a jBvl ITS:' sirT.tr m t'ii P! ffijS1 g lis 8j P COURT RELEASES MONEY FOR ROADS Recent Decision Makes About Two Million Available In Missouri. WILL QUICKEN ENTHUSIASM Attorney General Barker Says Rulnc j In Road District Case Recovering of Interest In 8ubject Through ' out the Stated ' Jefferson City. It was estimated toy John T. Barker, attorney general, that about two million dollars would ,be available for use In building rock roads in Missouri this summer as a result of the recent decision of tho Missouri Supreme Court in upholding .the constitutionality of the Special Benefit District Road Law. ! "The supreme court in upholding the Benefit District Law gave the greatest impetus to road building Missouri has known," Mr. Barker said. "There woro fifty-six districts already organized under this law. About two .million dollars worth of bonds had been sold-but the money was not availab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

ti"?'""'Jr 1 i.Z,..,... riS'i'1" ' . iWfp'Kt.wH.jL. ..i.,,W;.,.. I in lT.iii' .-y -j v( 7 liV"'"C !JtJW?rr,',1.'J a". ;'V "! qwir- ? jyi. -tw, jVjfHl-i'JS V f)-"ir - - n-i arf T"'"' "" T- w- i3H." .r.. & ? A'' f THE , HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. 1' 1? lfV IS W. m 1 r X 1 i 1 1 J I I vi p . Jl r' 'I a . ' t: ME" lif 4 Call for a Uotttc of Tip Top, Lomp'a special brow. T.J. TRAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon Office phone GO. Residence 60. Hayti, ... Missouri. Olllce Phono 50 Res. Phono 30. J. G. CRIDER rhysician au Surgeon Hayti, Missouri F. A. MAYES rhysician and Surgeon IIayti, ... Missouri S. J JEF2PEESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayii, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Otllce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All KintlB of Civil iJaainess Promptly Attended to Office in Court House OARUTHERSVItiLE, - MISSOURI duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in all tho courts Olllce Over Pont Ofllco Carutiierbville, Mo. P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

i " . ''Art HAYT HERALD A 1 11 j 3 - $) ,4 VOL.6. HAYTI, MISSOURI", THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1914. NO. 25. ANNOUNCEMENTS. W'u ii iv authorised to announce following cum Mutes, steijeet to iiItnur election. August 4, 1!U4. the the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. Fen- Ueprc--entntive: VON iUAYKS. Kir Prosecuting Attorney '. W.M. V. MelOrVAIN. i:, HKACG. For Circuit ilni'k: JOHN I'AUKS, F.IIWIN S. IIFFFMAN. For County Court Clerk: .1. AL-HKKT I'.IGUAM. For (Jount, Collector: CI I AS. K. l'IKUCK For i'roliate Judjje. Poniscot Co; J. M. BUASHKU. For residing- Judge, Pemiscot Co:sion as their women. Contrary to Chan. w. snircr-ns. V. ANA CREKN. For Associate . I mine 1st District: .1. M. P.AL-L. For Justice of tin Fence. Ilsnti Tottn.-htp: KD. ColVHHU. F. M. C, WIN. V. TAltrCINGTON. For Constable, llayti Township V. F. COOK. 'POM CCUTXEU For Constable, Concord Township: H. I). S AND FUS. Judge Asa Green. V. Asa Green announces this week for re election to the office presiding judge, subject ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. EVERY DAY OUR STORE IS CROWDED People are helping us to dispose of our mammoth stock consisting of thousands of dollars of new Spring and Summer merchandise. t i Never Before did Crowds assail Stores like They did the First Week of our Selling Out Sale. Our bargains spread fast, one told the other, and every minute in the day the army of extra salesladies were busy waiting upon the customers. Have you attended this remarkable sale? If you have, come again, many new bargains are offered. If you have not yet attended, don't miss it. This is the last chance, just one more week, and the Model Store at Hayti passes out of existence. We are selling out for good. Our unfortunate luck of the bad health of the wife of Mr. Wagner forces him to sacrifice the merchandise at what it will bring. This is our loss, and it is very important that anyone wishing to save money, to attend this sale. We are compelled to sell this stock at what it will bring. It's ashame...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

JWR?;? WS W- pp, -o-ivwtJHf' ;-7r 'I 3,ttfc '-W V ',.. THE HAYTI HERALDy HAYTI, MISSOURI. By M LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do'Not See it Here it is, Tho big closing out sale at the Model store is progressing nice ly, and. the clerks have been kept .busy. In fact they have all they can do, but still it seems that their immense.stoelt has not been 1011011011. The people .should not lCthis opportunity pass to get bargains in goods they want right now. Wo have. :t reliable watchmaker it till times iiiiil iiio pri-purcd to do all kinds of wuleh, clonk ami jewelry ic piiiring, Local tiiuu inspector tor tin: Frisco railroad. Lullcr'H. -le R. L, Popham attended to bus--iness in Caruthervillo Friday. BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME Use Good Paint It Helps Everybody The Finest Ready-Mixed Paint Made in America. II 1 It lIANE-eALVERFSI i "'ky, 1 1 1 Every Can Guaranteed i i E1 B Sold hv it I F. M. PERKIKS' STORE I 1 Hayti, Missouri 1 i Y- --Y Tloffman is a true EXPERT who zealously guards a 12 years...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

-jr.--f-T'rsi t tw --aM'-tjnpyffrT' r"l,r"8iyW"TOwt' ' 'lH,'' H, ti'nfwipiiiTviertfi u THE ,HAYTX HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. i ' ; IS I- is r GRAPHIC STORY ; OF VERA CRUZ Capture of Mexican City After 1 Two Days' Fight Presents ITIV I IVlUIUi VALOR OF OUR BLUEJACKETS Warships Shelled Buildings In Which f Mexican "Snlpera" Had Taken Ref- Uge Natives Surprised at Cour tesy of American Troops. Vera Cruz, Mexico, April 24. twelve Americans -wore killed jind thirty wounded before the city ot ,Ver& Cruz came into the undisputed yoMcsalon of tho American Invading forces after a two-day fight. Although the Mexicans suffered more severely, the number ot their casualties has not Tboen ascertained. 'The best estimates obtained by Capt William R. Rush ot the battleship Florida Indicated that in the engagements ot Tuesday find Wednesday their dead numbered about ono hundred and fifty. No per son knows how many Mexicans fell wounded, bb many ot them were taken way and hidden by friends. In tho ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

Ijjiff HftT "lAWHfFrpuSKi t- v itf"-1- ? ": mimmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm "ri T" r-f " t Yt? Mf-v T an"' v t??itf m ir- ju ;t ,, ii "?$-& THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTX, MISSOURI. v m V , u. WASHINGTON IN DARK AS TO EBEL LEADER'8 PLANS. Mia Intentions Will Havo Much to Do With Our Military Opera- tlona In Mexico. Washington, April 25. President "WlliJbn tola Chalrmnn Fitzgerald ot ho Iioubo commlttco -on appropria tions, w.ho bad como to tho Whlto House to l?anx If any war funds wore .needed, that no appropriation was re quired "ior tho present." Tht president wished it to bo Im pressed generally that tho United' .Hlatea had not adopted a threatening .attitude toward tho constitutionalists in Mextqo, but merely that it oxpectod them to remain neutral while this gov ernment continued to seok reparation from the Huerta government for the indignities offered by the'' Huerta 'au thorities. Futuro steps are dependent upon a moro definite announcement of tho In dentions of Gen. Carranza. President W...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 April 1914

!. ....- ...mi ii.i inn r -ri-n-M- i rri-t T'fflT";- il "iirTM iT'lT ' I IT ll'firVT'T "I "Tn TTTTmrrT" ' rr"'"" rn-i--T- -. t THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. V l s ' ..4 ( 2 1 r it (j s w 15' i ! Rev. E. J?aitersbn was in our office Friday morning, and wo enjoyed his presence. While there have been times when Rev. Patterson and the editor did not fully Understand each other. We can say thab we havealways found him a broad-minded, liberal gentleman, willing to do the right and holding no malice, grudges or ill-will towards his fellow man. Rev, Patterson informed us that he would soon leave Hayti, but not because he felt that he had outlived his usefulness here. He has been preaching to the people of Hayti for the past 12 years and lias been recalled each time to serve them. We are sorry to see Rev. Patterson leave, but arc quite sure, wherever he may go, ho will carry with htm the good will of the people of Hayti and that he will make new friends. A. D. Bunsen of St. Louis, one o...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 May 1914

v v-7-.- ". , ""' -.- 1 vs r ; &i -ii" n "V ', iV wjj- 9" i . t. , l V.l- i J i (ft,-' j u j1" .vj'.:;',,, . ,i '. , , -p A ' ;' T1-J17 InL HERALD v ".r ?. ; , '"ijiare 'tt tff V v HAYTI ?vs " yST1 .. VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THJJRSDAY, MAY 7. 1914. N NO, 26. 1 1 RANK RAVING. "A habitation giddy and'Sinsecuro Has he that bnilduth on tho vulvar heart." Shakespeare. ' If our paper is not up to' the usual standard this week, it may ho attributed to circumstances entirely beyond our control, ;s we have spent most of the time watching for the safety of our '" mortal man" and trying to di gest several installments of sav ing grace sought to be adminis .. tered to us by our brother, part ly in form, the Reverend Rank, the erstwhile unwelcome pastor of "the M. E. Church South. One cannot write spring poe try and philosophical essays while dallying with Rev. Rank's faith. "Reverend Rank has made three vigorous efforts to bring us to the cross of crucifixion or crucification, and his meth...

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

-? i "f-i ' mi r5jS3T . 'm WfHffJb'J'WW11!? j 'fVjJW! Jw' ' '?"" THE HAYTI HERAIiD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. - ' ' ' m i I !t- im 11 m m n tt?N tty 8 '8 I.- i in 4 ll f 1 ..I Making Tomorrows World By WJiLTEJt WILLIAMS, LL.D. (Dtan cj th School of Joamabim of (ha UnbcnHv cJMluoarO AUSTRALIA'S UNSOLVED PROBLEMS Canborra, Aus- tralla. "Land is tho mother and labor tho father of alt wealth." Tho saying of tho economist ex plains thoreal poverty of Aus tralia, which ex ists desplto ap parent prosper ity and BUggCBts the chief un solved problenia which confront tho great island- continent. Land is abundant, but laborers are few. Australia needs men and moro men, It requires unoney and moro money. Tho problem of population presses for solution do spito immigration schemes and in face of an unsatisfactory birth-rate. If Aus tralia is to play the part which tho com monwealth may play In tomorrow's "world, this problem must bo opocdlly solved. There aro untold possibilities in tho undeveloped resour...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 May 1914

VV " J11f ? THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. t-J "." WHAT MEXICANS HAVE FOUGHT FOR Agrarian Democracy Has Been the Aim of the Peon Class for Past Century. STRUGGLE STILL GOING GN Position of Revolutionists and Consti tution of 1857 for Which They Stand, Set Forth In Book by Senor do Lara. In tha confusion and lack of exact knowledge that attend tho embrogllo with Mexico the big issue that has moved the Mexican people to revolt against Huerta has been lost sight of or is not known to most Americans. What the people of Mexico have fought for from tho flrBt war of in dependence, and what they are light ing for now under Carranza and Villa is tho right to buy and till farms. For a hundred years tho peon class hoe waged a continuous struggle to achieve agrarian democracy. Time after tlmo the revolution has been carried to tho verge of bucccss, and time after tlmo tho Mexican ruling class has invoked foreign .Intervention In order to prolong its power. All this and a great deal more is ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 May 1914

1.iMTli.wT.i.t.tfiyW;w,i.. "VCM i ' i TH HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOyJ. C" ! & m m RSJ 1&V i $ is m V- hfc r- t i ? 1 l. t v HimMMi 0rm gtt nndr lb kin or In broken pUe. and It I hrd IP Ktt rid of them. Put torti or pimple follow, BR. BELL'S Antiseptic Salve eoa dtttror ! carina v4 IcttM tbim clnn ld brtllhy tratlliutnn bttU. UTO It on th taw, iim. In h no nrwhr. tor It u olbahT purr, amd.iibamno. "Ttl It Br Th B.H'? T. J. trautMann Physician and Surgeon Ofllco phone 60. Residence 60. Hayti, Mibsoubi. Olllco Phone 50. Kos. Phono 30. J. G. CRIDER Physician an Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and , Surgeon Hayti, ... Missoum S. J EFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES L-AWYEF? Hayti, - - Mo. Oillce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil riaaineas Promptly Attended to Office in Court House OARUTHER8VILLE, - MISSOURI duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in all the cour...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 May 1914

rWW-vW'V!ViQl)rfaJMlit .gj KL THE HAYTI 1 IJLLjA i 1 jJL VOL. G. I1AYTI, MISSOURI THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914. NO. 2G. Esq. A. J. Crowe. Esq. A. .1. Crowe of Caruthers villc is a candidate for probate judge, subject to the will of the democratic voters at the primary election. August 1. Esq. Crowe has been a resi dent of Pemiscot county for the past 11) years, and for the past lour years lias been justice ol the peace of Little Prairie town .hip, and lias made a good offi ce r. Esq. Crowe is a man of mature years, and il elected will no doubt make a good, efficient and pains-taking olncer. He asks the voters to carefully consider his claims. And the tine-haired drummer of "nose-glass" iame, is htill shoving bogus checks. A well known citizen of Caiuthersville was in this city Tuesday, trying to recover on a $10 check for which lie had turned loose the cash several days ago. We can't understand why Judge Gossom does not prosecute some of the cases that have been culled to his attention, Es...

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