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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 May 1914

mjK"' w-wrw "WftT T -.J" THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. lb 1 m ra II & m M ANNOUNCEMENTS. We urc authorized to announce following candidates, subject to primary election, August 1, 1011. the the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. Kor Representative: VON MAVKS. Kor Prosecuting Attorney: W.M. V. McKLAWIX. ('. !:. HUAGO. Kor Circuit Clerk: .lolIN PARKS. KUWIN S. HUFFMAN'. For County Court Clerk: .1. ALP.KKT l.lGIJAM. For Countv Collector: CHAS. H. I'IF.IICK For Proliiite .Judye, Pemiscot Co: J. M. BltASITKIl. A. .1. CKOWK. For Presiding .luilu, 1'emlicot Co: CIIA.S. V. SHIELDS. W. ASA GHF.KN. For Associ-itii Judiro 1st District: J. M. HALL. For Justice of the Peace, Township: F.D. C.OTCI1KR. F. M. GWIN. Ilajli V. TARKINGTON. For Constulile, llayii Township: V. F. COOK". TOM ITRTXF.R For Constable, Concord Township: R. I). SaNDHRS. Clias. Shields, candidate for presiding judge o!" this county, was over from Caruthersville Friday and Saturday, and seem I'd to be in high spirits. J...

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. — 7 May 1914

wtoto K, -J" "V 0 f 'l it Cm TE"HA-VTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 't '" $!' yf-V ;M BRIGHTEN OP YOUR HOME Use Good Paint It Helps Everybody ' The Finest Ready-Mixed Paint Made in America. r VANE -CALVERT'S Every Can Guaranteed "Sold by F. M. PERK1HS' STORE Hayti, Missouri Why So? "She was a woman, worn and thin, whom the world condeiried Ward Will Win-n. Three words of four letters each but can you guess the for a single sin; r,hey cast her out power of truth they convey? The of the king's higway, passed her extra letter in ''win-n" is not a by as they went to pray. He was typographical error. We put it a man, and more to blame, but there to represent a surplus of the world spared him a breath of votes Mr. Ward will have after shame; beneath his feet he saw the primary and after the gener her lie, but raised his head and al election.1 It may also stand to passed her by. They veretlie represent a surplus of superior peonlu who went to pray, at the' trails of character tlmtembullish tem...

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. — 7 May 1914

b&&v '," Tr 7ftfrp T' -er t: i' THE HAYTI HERALD. H AY TL MISSOURI. ROBERT J. KERR iW'iti.vijr.'H.4-yw-y-'''"-'-Wi''.yii'ii'. '"' i. .ji..i .i .I, ? i,t.... I.,.,.,!,, --$ggfc "V'tirifeii NEWGQVERNOR CRITICISED Poia i' u j " & J I '! ffl $ y J & .' " t M MEX1CANSTEAMEB IS SUNK BY MINE VESSEL BLOWN UP AT MANZA NILLO IN TRAP SET FOR CRUISER RALEIGH. ENVOY SENT TO WASHINGTON CANARY BIRDS USED AS GAS BAROMETERS. Searchers Wade Knee-Deep In Water In Hopes of Finding Others of 172 Victims. Bishop Drops Dead During Antl-Amer- leant Parade In City of Mexico 1 Peace Conference Delegates Will Soon Be Named. City of Mexico. A dispatch, said to como from Manzanlllo on the Pacific coast, announces that tho Mexican steamship Leulla waB sunk In tho har bor by tho explosion of a mine which had been planted for the United States protected cruiser Raleigh. No loss of life is mentioned. Tho steamer belonged to tho Pacific Kail way company. Joaquin D. Casasus, former Mexican ambassador ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 May 1914

W" " "PW A-rf,'(- " ' '1?; M,5 - 4' '-rfitjn- 1 '' "Hi: -- THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI V! "9- . A Jv V Jk r" X ICE ten j. 10' nun ortf ttzer, jm MISSOURI'S HEALTH Report of Vital Statistics For Last Two Years Just Made Public. 1VIANY WHITE PLAGUE DEATHS utthe Number Waft Less In 1913 Than 1912 Cancer Claimed 2,196 Victims During- 1913. A report compiled by Dr. J. A. B. Adcock, secretary of tho atato board of health and registrar of vital sta tistics, and by U. A. McBrldo, chief .statistician of tho health department, has just been printed. This report Indicates that tho general health of tho state tho last two years compared favorably with the previous years -Missouri haB been a part of tho medl can registration area of the United States. For 1913 thoro were reported to the central bureau In Jefferson City a to tal of 74,643 births and 42,056 deaths. In 1912 there wore 75,452 births, or 809 moro than 1913. Tho birth rate of the state in 1912 was 22.91 per 1,000 population and ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 May 1914

"'SP' i-vv'tV"" v' ' '-. WV-jk Ji" Vt, r('t. 1 THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Jp J .. b. i- i lygyaTylKN,, B mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm H FL hS kkkV R 1 43 I t f?i f ' no PI I I ii - . TiS 'a'- F i'-11?: $1,..,, LAST CHANCE Ml? T PRIC THE WIND This is your last call and your positive last chance to buy goods at give-away prices at the Model Store, Hayti. We must and will dispose of the balance of our stock this week. Help us do it. No reasonable offer for goods refused. All goods must move and move quick. Since we have inaugurated the selling out sale, we have been busy every day, but the thousands up ( on thousands of dollars worth of goods that are loaded in our store requires crowds daily to remove them. 1 . 1 WE ARE GOIN TO REMAIN Ui HAYTI UNTIL MAY 13 I x People, are telling one another how cheap goods are being sold. It's ashame to see this brand new stock of the most seasonable and desirable goods going at such unheard of low prices. Cost prices are not even be...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 May 1914

SHmppiFjm$&WWWs' '''S-p "" '?i-rt'rtvtjr(p5jrjr-(ii('(r'i.i"nr-fjl-"vw( i i" t- 'p?f lW' v s.tWfS sp Hi "" J- vivT' ' sr i rriT Trn ' t jLJ.jL!jiirvLiLJ . via F3M1 ' tor- M .. f ! VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 14,1914. XO. 27 ,vu HAYT tl I SIXTEEN YEARS AGO. Items Old Citizens Will Like to Read. (Friday, May 13, 1898.) Cooter Correspondent: Our school closed last Friday. Prof. J. G. Sudbury has taught this school for tliu past thn'ij termsj and has given entire satisfaction, lie is a worthy teacher, and wo think it would bo well to retain him for our next term. J. G. Sudbury came from our home county in Tennessee about 20 years ago and taught a small country school at Cooter. Ho was then a poor man and un known. His rise began by be coming superintendent of the Hayti schools, which position he filled for two terms. His ener gy and economy soon attracted the attention of J. E. Franklin, the capitalist, and he gave him the position as cashier of a bank at Blytheville, Ark...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 May 1914

M- j4Mk-.tt. fc V-f.n4- -r US- 3 ''v'w Iftj III! lllll lrt-Tl - - -- i J . - . . t . : - . . " r ;:! , - m im .. .-- ,- . . .... ...m .-ninii.-. -j .- -W ' I - I - " 11 'ff ' -.-- .lUV-I ni -J!'-' " jt ' L 11 c ? 'C 'JVA !" V " " y3T,Ff' f r I x I' THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI ,,HWWWW.-4J .,.,..,.. .....I......... ., ., .....,...,,.., ....iWEMSsaMawwiTirinwrW v u i i i '133 lit I US ij n- & IV' ijm - w Making Tomorrows WorldF By WALTER WILLIAMS, LL.D. (Pern eflht School cfeamalttm oflU tn&ertfto efMtooorO SOCIALISM IN OUR TIME CSESBB Molbourno, Aus tralia. On tho first pagoB of tho morning newspa p o r b In Mel bourno which nowBpaporB fol low tho conscrva tiro BrltiBh cub torn of excluding nowB from first pagca may bo seen an adver tisement with, this opening sen tenco: "Wo will re lievo you of tho worrloB of man aging your own affairs." It 1b not, as might bo expect ed, nn ndvorllsoment of tho nollcy and (practise of an Australian government nor oven of tho advanced so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 May 1914

s-'y,"",w. " V V I"V vlS!iPfp?W W Kw'iwwv;?r r WIMIRRiffiffi i THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. ?.'.,., .. - La n r !t. h MISSOURI GUARD TO WAR FOOTING Adjutant General O'Meara Re ceives Orders to Recruit to Full Strength. NEED NEARLY 5,500 MORE MEN New Government Regulations Require Each Regiment to Have 1,826 Men Exclusive of Officers and Band of 28 Pieces. Jefferson City. Adjutant-General O'Meara has received orders from the War Department at Washington to re cruit the live Missouri regiments up to their full strength of twelve com panies of one hundred and fifty men each, which, with the non-commission- od staff and band of twenty-eight men would make a full regiment stand at 1,830 men, exclusivo of tho commis sioned officers. This means placing the National Guard of Missouri on a wnr footing of 9,180 men, exclusivo of tho commis sioned officers. TJiero aro now about Boven thousand eight hundred fully equipped national guardsmen. , In a circular letter sent out to the various ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 May 1914

pjnr jf!?!m xjj-e'AwimTiuLttij&ttnrvMtrittartvxttm&tm':viv't!'jrm!sieii, I'V ""rVrliF?f, V95fYJi.'V i-f i "f -iv,if jcr ( ' ; -' -feaaMBMMMMMt" w y v " t-ip " nrf IV I i THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. U v$. E.Vt If. I. E B BLOOD POISON tetuillr millions IS una mlllloni or termt thi grow from ona or two that got under ths (kin tnd into the blood. OR. DELL'S Antiseptic Salve applied right my ytouM hiva killed thoi few nrai and kept there mlilloiii from brlnn born. To bars lie box tf this lva rwidr for etner BtDdea, aik for Dr. litll'j AmutiIc &i)vt. "Tell It Br Th Bll" T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician nml Surgeon OIUco phone 50. Residence 00. Hayti, - - - Missoum. OIHco Phone ."0. Res. Phono .'10. J. G. CKIDEK, Physician au Surgeon llayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, ... Missoum S. J EFFRESS LA WYE It Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Oillce: Room 10, Keystone Bltlg1. J. S., GOSSOM J'roiuscutinK Attorney Pemis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 May 1914

i. j"iii wn'rvjte'' v' v ft 41 r THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 0. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1914. NO. 27. Post Office Robberies. Wednesday night, April 22, robbers effected au entraneo lo the Parma post office through the Parma Drug Store, and blow open the safe procuring between $100 and $r00, mtstly in stamps. The safe, upon which nitrogly- Maiden's New Post Office. Maiden citizens can now proud ly boast of having one of the prettiest and most conveniently arranged postofliec.s to be found south of St. Louis. Postmaster Peck and his assist ants moved into the new quart1 corino was evidently used, was ers Thursday night of last week completely demolished, but the after the close of business, and report was so light that it arous I Friday morning the patrons re ed no one. iceived their mail as though no On the following Sunday the transfer had been made. Campbell post office was entered, I The po.stoflice is now located the safe blown, and the register- in the large east room of th...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 May 1914

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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. — 14 May 1914

?Wlt'jirT'?r' " . r it-y " '"!"VW A, kl THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 1, , V W3" LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Mr. and Mrs. John Scotl visit ed in Caruthersville Sunday. V. B. Deweeso of Concord was in town Friday. Jlleotrle liifht globes, at Luller-.'. Ohas. and Dixie Rood wo.ro in Jrom the farm Saturday. P. HutltulUjr of Hollywood was in this city bYiihiyand Saturday. G. B. Webb was in from the tann Saturday. Specially priced a lot of white dresses for the little girls. We have them in ,all sizes, at Buckley's. s ,EBYE GOOD FOR THE EYES-AND EYES ONLY ARE TOUR EYES wnfpry. mnllery, urak? Joi i anv. mini f ka;i.h EYE N.VI.VK. Vmi H mill mold Urniinlntel lids, trrottlli-i. Ntj" nml oilier luxl rcHiillH tliat follow tlilM mire bIk ' lifeulttl wi Engle E.x-8 lor "Tjiotiy II uiey USil AUL EYE .SilllC. WKmK5lEMmMWlVMMmikT28a Let Us Figure with Paints, Oils, "Wall Paper, Stains, Putty, Glass, Brushes. The Best Goods for The LEAST Money Everything in the dru...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 May 1914

'"--.W-i'TTyttiv W a 1,l'Hfv55RS555??55S !WWpi ''''i;-"fc'j?'Yfij:?-jft'-?'1 ,.i4$ itHr TtV ' "pr '''v"'-1" "ynvi THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. It'.; I f I i r El IN ki !f i: s; ships seize MEXGAN ISLAND t . MINISTER RUIZ CABLES MED!. AT0R8 THAT TRUCE HAS BEEN VIOLATED. J'l BATTLE FOUGHT AT TAMPICO .'Oil Tanks Are Burning ae Re-enforced Rebels Press Attack All Amer icans Aro Taken Aboard Unit ed States Warships. City of Moxlco. Foreign Mlnlstor Ruiz has telegraphed tho South Amer loan mediators in Washington that everal United States torpedo boats, with a transport and tender, have ap peared oft tho Island of Lobns, on the east const of Tempico, landed a party on tho Island arrested the lighthouse tenders, who were released after they had turned over the instruments and apparatus for operating tho light house. Tho mediators were asked to make representations to t,he United States government in connection with the armistice. Worst Battle of Present War. Juarez, Mex.. Tho most de...

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. — 14 May 1914

I PW$V ,,r''wwrrjrwi nw - ' ""'.' ")'?' W'v-Ti-JP ; ,. , " v. .i$' i THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. . MISSOURI. S ! ,, TJ MISSOURI SCHOOLS State Making Big Strides Along Educational Lines, Says Prof. IVIclchor. SOME GRATIFYING FIGURES -Amount Annually Spent Haa More Than Doubled Within Ten Years . Large Attendance. T.ho fifth annual convention ,of the county superintendents of the state Tvas held In Jefferson City with about one hundred counties represented. Most of the first day was taken up with short addresses from Dr. W. W. Charters of the state university; Wil liam P. Evans, state superintendent of public Bchools, and Prof. George Mel cher, assistant , state superintendent of public school's, of St. Louis. In the -absence of Governor Major the ad dress 'of welcome was delivered by Secretary of State Roach. At night the visitors were entertained at the .governor's mansion. The convention Tvas in session three days. Professor Molchor's address was the' ieaturo of the first day. He prod...

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. — 14 May 1914

S"V .? aSMMmmmximni r THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. iv wVhiln.frfrnin ( ft I $ s 2r 8 a: fr" F IS ' If you want to sco it tn tho Herald, loll It to 't'hono 04. DONT MISS THE Pageant and Masque of St. Louis tho jfreatest historical play over staged; to bo produced in Forest Park, Saint Louis May 28, 29, 30 and 31 A cast of seven thousand perform ers will roproducn sconc.i of ab sorbing interest in tho history of Saint Louis and tho Southwest, such as: The Mound Builders nt Work Indian Dances and Battles The De Soto Expedition The Landing of Laclede The Building of Saint Louis Transfer of Louisiana Purchase Lewis and Clark Expedition Scenes of the Civil War The history of the Southwest will bo re-enacted from tho days of tho Mound Builders to those of tho Civil War; all of It in correct cos tumes, by well-drilled performers, and in a beautiful open air setting, with real witter, representing the Mississippi River. 'Don't fail to go; and bo suro your ticket reads over tho H3jSfl I...

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. — 21 May 1914

?', .v"" ".'' v"',' ,,-, - rtjj'-BWH,;ijl ivr ,sffl 'Y "''A'i r "l.f'i- ' 'm.'Wi! 1 . " : . -.i-.M 4?,&fi, r W V "1 rV, ,-n v .!) ' fpvif ZM .i.hi X 1 JJ 4 ,? L1 I ;P-;I ' 4 rv ;iAv !"" HAYTI HERALD 11 M VOL. 6. PICNIC DAY- FRIDAY. Athletic Events and Prizes For Boys and Girls. city u,1j tli ret1 o'clock Frjduy after Friday, May 22, the last day of ' nooni ()11 jts wuy 1o Oaruthers sohool, has been uudlcntud to pic- ( ville, and many of those on board nicing and amusements. 4 Din-' took advantage of the opportuni nor will bo served on tho ground 't,vto call on and become uc nndthe patrons are urged to quainter! with Hayti merchants, bring welMllled baskets. j Having no commercial club, and There will be a number of atli- "pumkin Center" mayor with letic events, and a May Pole billygoat whiskers and a turtle dance, the first to be given here. Hnen w no reception was ten- There will be events for every size, prizes for and fun for all those who win, i The list of events and prizes...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 May 1914

fW-ip -fSV.,? - Fyrr- ' tfttf SiT""ir -s' ypm.) i; .fWv? 'J V-i'"f?i:y rtT fW THEf HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. Ml in I S :m it a' NEW GAR. OFFICERS State Encampment at Scdalia was Attended By 800 Old Soldiers. NEXT MEETING AT HANNIBAL Annual parade and Flag Raising at High School Were Features of Gathering. The thirty-third annutil encampment of the Missouri department of the Grand Army of the Republic "was hold in Scdalia with more than 300 dele catcs present. In addition to the ac credited delegates there wero more than 500 veteran Union soldiers at tending the encampment. In the parade through the principal streets there -were between 800 and 1,000 old soldiers In the line of march. The veterans assisted in a flag raising at the Sedalia high school, where about 3,000 school children saluted the flag and cheered the veterans. Tho delegates wero welcomed by Mayor J. L. Babcock and the response was made by C. J. Williams of Call Xornla, Tho chief address of tho day was by Washing...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 May 1914

'wm'mSmi fy-v-'tf'j ' 'if"-r'"?T? mnWATf ""'tv "Vwn-yu 3"; v a-, wtrmt ii, v.--- '"jj- ' " &, '- ' ' . ","' rTffi 11 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. mmmammmmmammmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmm n n mmmmmmmmtwmmmmm n blariru .$&r M4FM v'ttSwM jift tjB:l 5,918,098 gallons sold last year 1,536,232 gallons more than 1912 Tho constantly Increasing uso .of POLARINE by thousands of motorists Is indisputable evi dence of its lubricating efficiency. It affords perfect lubrication to all makes and types of motor cars, motor trucks, motorcycles p Llw and motor boats. POLARINE correct lubricating body at any ki motor speed or temperature. POLARINE remains liquid at zero. POLARINE differs from all other motor oils, in that it lubricates perfectly at , extremes of temperature. Standard Oil Company (AH IHDIANA COBPOBATIOH) Makers of Lubricating Lending Engineering Industrial Works of the 40&QQft Settlere -a.lfear Immigration figures show that tho -population of Canada incroascd dur ing 1 9 1 3, ...

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. — 21 May 1914

f'-e- hftt THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. a 1. i 1 ' 'i i 'Got Any DEFECTS? sonns. nuiiKS. scalds, mtuisns. CHAPPED HANDS AND LIPS. TETTER. ECZEMA Do ran rtiltr wtnt to hl It? Had enourh to upend tie. f Then go to lbs (tore and bur a box ot UK. DLLL'S Antiseptic Salve It It tnavr white nd now puro nnd If It doetn't do tlia work, git your moner back. "Tell It By Tho BH" T. J. TRAUTMANN rhysician nml Surgeon Oflloe phono 50. Residence 00. itAVTI, THE HAYTI HEBALD PUBLISHED EVRKY THURSDAY, BY WlI.MAM YOIIK, EDITOR AND POD. TBKMB OK SUBSCRIPTION: 81.00 A YEAR, OA8II IN ADVAN015 KNTKRI3D AT TIM l'OBTOFFICE, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AS 8ECOND CI.AE3 MATTKB Onico in City Hall, Southwest Iloom; Hnytl, Pemiscot County, Missouri Missouri. ( Jlllco Phone 50. Res. Phone HO. J. G. CRIDER Physician un Surgeon Hayti, - " Missouri F. A. MAYES ', PIiy8icinu and Surgeon Hayti, - - - Missouri s. J EFFHESS LAWYER Vill Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWVEIR? Hayti, Olllce: Mo. Room 10, Ke...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 May 1914

CWp? $ THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1914. NO. 28. "vaw$?jsyJ Welton Smith, a young farmer living in the Braggadocio neigh borhood died at the County Mirm Wednesday night at about 12 o'clock, from a self Inflicted wound, he using a 22 ritle lor that purpose. Smith and his wife, who is a daughter uf the late .lames Walker, had not been get ling along very well, and she had left him and gone to the res'i ilenco of her mother. Wednes day morning Smith appeared at the Walker home informed Mrs. Smith that he intended to kill both her and himself if she would not consent to go with him. She still refused, and Smith disap oeared, but soon returned with ihe rifle, and when near the Walker gate placed the muzzle of the rille agaiu.l his stomach and filed. The ball penetrated the stomach, ranging upward and lodged in the kick. He was placed in a wagon and brought to this city, where medical aid was given him, and later taken to the Farm where his death followed t...

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