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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 May 1914

nmmmmwi rnr,MTir.u... USJbMJkaiIBtMUpUSEaJ S8sr2 ara 'iB-iiw ff1. .IVK ' gZv -i--T3r: lfc.Nl iWiWfl "'wl) THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. i I i 3i $ :i 1, m& rii - If r ! ii Johnnie Sheehan of Covington was hero yesterday. He is a sub stantial fanner, and numbered anions the best citizens of the county. Johnnie came to this country from the "Emerald Isle" when a boy, and poor. Ho is now about 130 years of age and a bach elor, but well fixed. , i .,,.. J, . . . i i i n 1731 ; TTTT T '" ' " .kLjAAa . 60 YEAHS HHBEXPEnlENCE ' Trade Marks Dcsiqns Copyrights 4c. Ar.Tonetenrtt'is a keleh and description niay ..t.Mkiw BarrfMin nur nrtlnlnn freo whether an iivanllnn It lirtitmli T PlUnilnnin. iinirmimrn. nuleklr ascerlnln nur opli ilonttrictlroiinUMitlul. HANDBOOK o I'mpjiU i.nttroa. cihic-t aiipiicj ior iioruniiKi'"! "" l'ntniu taken liiriiiiBh Munn A Co. iccclte iptclalnollce, nmiouicimriio, iuiuo Scientific American. A tmnrtinmelr tllimtratea weeklT. j.rup-i r-r. rillatlim nf nnj ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 May 1914

'((, -i. "'. JvI.;'vip l 'l. THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. iy ' - ' I LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Electric light globes, at Loners'. G. B. Webb was in from the farm Saturday. Only solid gold rings at Letter's. Sherman Casey was in from the farm Saturday. Eastman Kodaks ami Letter's. supplier, at Houston Ytu'bro of Concord was on our streets; Saturday. Watch, clock ami jewelry repairing ntLeller's, lc F. M. .lohnsMii of Terry attend t'd to business hero Saturday. Pete Sanders oi Dry Bayou was on our streets Saturday. $100 Reward, $100 Tho readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there Is at least ami dreaded disease that BCience has been ublo to cure In all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tho only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken In ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 May 1914

nmpmwr. "tSF9SSWf W ' " r4jgpm THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. l, I ' S u 1 I F v 1 11 II Making Tomorrows World y WALTER WILLIAMS, LL.D. (Dtan nflht School efoamalttm tjthc Unhmltg tJMtstoart) IN THE SOUTH Gap, Caroltno Islands. No old maids aro to bo found in tho South Soa Is lands. Thcro aro no "unappropriat ed blessings." No widow remains a widow many days. Thoro aro no "odd" women. Tho bachelor girl Is ono product of civilization which has not yet found way to these tropical islands, though cigarettes and liquor aro here in amplo measure. Tho widow tears her hair, gashes temples, put on mourn ing; then, In a few days adopts half mourning, and, shortly afterward, eel7.es on a second husband. Marriage customs vary In different Islands and among different tribes. (Usually the brldo is bought from the jvtUago by payment of shell-money, canoes, weapons or other articles 'of value. Sometimes she Is stolen. jWhen (ho husband tires of her and (sends her away or sho divorces him Jby ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 May 1914

liHO. 1 ' THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI tV7 A an of hco , PLACMDFJERROR Wledill McCormick Tells Perils Met In Huerta's Capital. AMERICANS KEPT IN PRISON Correspondents Aro Arrested and In suited Trade Is at a Standstill and All Feci Dlctator'o Gov ernment la Doomed. By MEDILL M'CORMICK, Special Correspondent 'In Mexico of tho Chicago Dally News. Vera Cruz, Mexico, May 12. Amqrl cans aro In prison in Mexico City, hold incommunicado in places un known to tho Brazilian legation. I do not know how many aro so held by tho police. Whon I left Mexico City on a French special train for Puerto Mexico, Walter Whlffon of tho Asso ciated Press was under arrdut for the second tlmo within 24 hours. Mr. Dostor of tho International Nowb serv ice waa In Jail, and so was Mrv Sutton of tho Washington Post An American named Schuler and a locomotlvo engi neer who had returned from Cuba looking for his family were also in priBon. Luis d'Antln, interpreter for the Amorlcan embassy, dares not leave tho...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 May 1914

.' fc .i i.Uf.i.; r. .. i mi r.'iiiiii J fif .. ''''TTMguynS WtNTOBfebiiWWWMiliiiiMife i r i tp-w"f ... i.ml. ... ao,Tf&ra .-,-., mr' J.- -, THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. t M ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo are authorizod to announces tho following candidates, subject to tho primary flection, August 4, 1014. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. For Representative: VON MAYES. 15 'I ' For Prosecuting Attornoy! WM. w. moelvain. C. E. BRAGG. For Circuit Clerk: JOHN PARKS. KDWIN S. HUFFMAN. For County Court Clerk: J. ALBERT MGHA.M. For County Collector: CFIAS. R. PIERCE For Recorder: JOHN W. GREEN. For Probate Judge, Pemiscot Co: J. M. BRASHER. A. J. CROWE. For Presiding1 Judge, Pemiscot Co. CIIAS. W. SHIELDS. V. ASA GREEN. For Associate Judge 1st District: ' J. M. BALL. For ! Justice of the Peace, Township: ED. GOTCHER. F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINGTON. Hiiyti New Law Unconstitutional. The supremo court on Monday handed down a decision declar ing the juvenile court law uncon stitutional on the grou...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

"ri&fvr':K"v'' -rjr9"' v r?s .,' ''v, HAYTI HERALD J. ..?. ,. y.j-' ,i i. 1HL, Mr vsl S?F i voi. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THtJRSDAY, MAY 28, 1914. NOf29. 1' SCHOOL NEWS Honor Roll and Winners of Athletic Events. IIOKQIl UOIAj. High School -Nat Buckley, George Sigler, Karl Raybuek, Ellis Kohn, Walter Don-is, Blair I Buckley, Bonnie lliirt, Isaiah Faris, Battle Mae Argo, Lillie Spraybcrry, Pearl Chisui, Ila Proffer, Joseph Kohn. Miss Bill's room Teddy Argo, Barry Curtner, Albert Faris. Morris King, Carl Siglor, Mabel Krwin, Beatrice Troutt, Alberta Alexander, Iva Alexander, Stella Dorris, Zella Proffer, Carrie Sigler, Jessie Williams. Miss, Sheer's room -Tracy Lee Ward, Gladys Chisui, Cora Mae Meatte, Thelma Morris, Edith Davis, Nellie Schmidt, Warren Ray. Malcolm Walker, Robert Creely, Ruth Snyder, Harvey Worth, -Rath Fowler, Andrew Dorris, Elsie Perkins, Mary Maxey, Kos Dorris, Ellie Ball, Carl Paris, Ethel Martin. Miss Smith's room Lonore Crider, Ruth Daily, Metta Mor ris, Helen Guf...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

mUifciw yaiinigigs S7i-t f "- .. - l.;....! , ryftfffya,IWWUi'1 " M. "THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. &mitimmm !' M i I I I I I Making Tomorrow's Vorld By WALTER WILLIAMS, LL.D. (Dtan oftht School cflcamoUtm of tin Untpcnltu efMttnurl) THE PHILIPPINE PROBLEM Manila, Philip pine Islando. Tito question of nil absorbing In terest In tho east ern lands which border tho Pacific ocean is: What will tho United States do in, or with tho Phllip pino islands? Aus tralia shows deep est concern, for In tho effort to keep that conti nent of attenuat ed population a white man's coun try relianco is placed upon American domi nance- in tho Phil ippines as a breakwater against Asi atic Invasion. But tho interest keenly telt and manifested in tho Island-con-ftlnont exists, though for different cause, In Japan, looking for new worlds to conquer; in China, slowly awaken ing from Its centuries' nap; in tho Butch East Indies; in tho French and German possessions, and even in tho Straits settlement...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

Jf JM ,v fi& ' t- "--T" ,v ,'.r n THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. .-if rt u II -Tj .-sa ItEMARKABLi CASE of Mrs. HAM Declares Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Saved Her Life and Sanity. Shamrock. Mo. "I fml it- mr,An to tell the, public tlio dondition of my iiuuiui oeioro using your medicine. J had tailing, inflamma tion and congestion, femalo weakness, pains in both aides. backaches and bear ing down pains, was short of memorv. nervous, imnatlcnt. passed sleepless nicrhts. and hud neither Rtrnnrrrri nnr energy. Thcro was always a fear and dread in my mind, I had cold, nervous, weak spells, hot flashes over my body. I had a place in my right side that was bo Boro that I could hardly bear tho weight of my clothes. I tried medicines and doctors, but they did me little good, and I never expected to get out again. I got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ond Blood Purifier, and I cer tainly would have been in grave or in an asylum if your medicines had not saved me. But n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

p 'm"mmmmm ,?!"'i .. i r I Ai-i? Ww 'i'ij'"fi HHH twmiigtwm yrryiWSljyUaT'afei,itfiiTiiiwii'twMrtwirrfif wwyiiaww uHww! $E- . Uv' THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, TKISSdURI. iiAimlt,tjA It ft fj H U I H ' if fe'i Y w . m p. MOLLYCODDLE LAXATWE Caa Not and Do Not Touch the LWer They may cloar out the Intestinal tract, hut do not toIIcto tho dammed-up bile. Years ro May Applo Iloot (called Po dophrllln) was a last-resort bllo starter. It crlped fearfully, but brought out the bile. Fodoph)Un with tho gripe taken out II now to be had under tho namo T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician mid Surgeon Office phono 60. Residence 60. 'Hayti, Missouri. Ollico Phone 50. Res. Phone .'10. J. G. CRIDER JL'hysiciuu an Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, ... Missouri S. J EFFEESS LA WYE It Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Ilayti, - - Mo. Olllce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil Business Promptly Attended ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

V W- i i1' '& 4 HAYTI 1 I ........ I L 1 1 lLLi JtiLrvALiJL VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914. NO. 29. Oil The Streets. We notice that oiled streets are being generally adopted, not on ly in various towns of our own state, but generally throughout the United States, and it seems that Huyti should join the pro- cession of progressive cities, i 'Tlte latest cities in Southeast Missouri to adopt oiled streets j ire Chaffee and C.irutliersville. I .'haffeo is just preparing for the al, while Caruthersville has the oil on hand, ready to apply. The i ( 'aruthersville Democrat say.s: "The. oil ordered by the ladies' of the Civic League has arrived j anil the tanks placed at con von- ient distances along Ward aven ue and Third and Fourth streets, preparatory to applying it to the , streets. The ladies ol the lea-1 gue have collected something like $450 to be spent for the pur- pose, and the oil will be applied on Third street from Uahfs Mo'- tling Works to the rear ol tlie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

' '"""' IP"nui.1,TiTirwriir-HrrTir-nm -.L M "JM-1rmutri VTjflirtftum 1 n ..m.'JS-sT. ffvStfeaft-i.' .. i I r a i --1 SaSttggiaM KT.J THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. vj.T'.t i ,.,! .,i.,., , .... -,,, , .,.,,,',, , ... .. . " lrT""wt1" " ."1I1MMMM r"1 " '" n whwi " 7 "7? II Hi '8 U I 'U , ft s t :! 3 l ' . H' 1 h' H i ? lt it. Essex Girl Gives Bond. Elvina Howlett, the young Es sex girl who shot and killed n young fellow near that town in Stoddard county two weeks ago. was released on bond Tuesday, after a preliminary trial. The bond was fixed at $r,(X)0 and several citizens of Essex were ready to sign it. While the barge is serious the opinion nf the com in unity was mi strongly in her favor that the rotirt readi ly granted the request of her i-oiincil tor bail. The young girl, witli her fatli files, i-liild in one ;irm and a re olwr in anotlief. shot a young tinner as lie sped iiwmj from her. She and her younger .i-ter had walked live miles to the farm where he worked. She desir...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

n yr?--a- ttif '"'"'.prj -.,-- THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. 1-(-wt- if- T - .'Mll I LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. K You Do Not Sec it Here it is Electric light globes, at Lefler's Guy Tansil of Covington motor ed up to this city Friday. Eastman Kodaks and Loftor's. supplies, at D. Galbreath, the jeweler, came over from Scimbh Sunday. Only solid gold rins at heller's. Lon Secoy was over from On riithersville a short while Thurs day. Wfttch, clock and jewelry repairing ttt Letter's, lc W. A. Long, Uhj woll 'know Braggadocio me-reliant, and land owner, toolc in the sights in this city Friday. ,E EYE Si GOOD FOR THE EYES -AND EYES ONLY EAJLE EYES? Do yon think Hint wnlcr.v, innlfory cyoH are imtnrul? J)o you bellcvo that mI.vob, uriiuiilntctl llctn, poor sight, ifrunflin, nr iiulurnl? I'hb KAJI.K JETK KAI.Vi: HUd you bate Eagle 3 en aitulu. Let Us Figure with YOU Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Stains, Putty, Glass, Brushes. The Best Goods for The LEAST Money Everything in the drug line, fre...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

, ..: jtrrTEr,53Bia!rr -- 1 Tiffin iilt.Bu KWwfunysmi Wi ilflMUM M'Wi'rtySS4Sri3v. SawwwfcfiGtt THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI M rBPfctSMBlMMMf'STi W. ' ' '' Ttfl)ifrn mjmk t'1' "j" -jff Eiijjtjppy .' n:rv.;-MB Essex ElvinaJSfl RO ft i' I? Il-'f V GiUn IIIRYU E IRS STORY OF KIDNAP REV. PATMONT TELL8 OF BEING HELD CAPTIVE IN A VA- CANT FARMHOUSE. WAS PRISONER TWO MONTHS , Authorities Expect Arrests to Follow Examination at Danville, Illinois Owner of Big Red Automobile Among the Suspects. St. LouIb, Mo. Rev. Louis Pat mont's Btrango talo of how ho was Wdnaped at Westville, 111., March 31, kept a prisoner for almost two months and then loft, bound and gagged, in a deserted house near Columbia, 111., was ropeatod before the Vermilion county grand Jury" at Danville, 111. Mr. Patraon was fully Identified and much of the weird talo that he told has boon corroborated. He was first identified positively by Rev. John li. Brandt, paBtor of tho First Chris tion church of St Louis. Subsequen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

S r' rj'-'tv-fy X Y'. r- '; ' 1: '' ?., THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. m-v it V .R ! .1 - -HlV-i.)r HELD RECIPROCAL I INSURANCE LEGAL V . Attorney General Barker Hands Down Opinion Important to Policy Holders. CONTRACTS VALID ARO BINDING State Official Explains Difference Be- tween Supreme Court's Dcci- slon and that of Kansas City Court of Appeals. Jefferson City. In an opinion writ ton at tho request of State Superin tendent Charles O. Revelle, Attorney General Barker held that Individual members of or subscribers to reclp Jocal or intor-lnsuranco exchanges, making contracts of indemnity reci procity among themselves, are not en gaged In the business of lnsuranco within the meaning of the lnsuranco laws of Missouri and, thoroforo, are not violating tho laws of this state. Attorney General Barker says In his opinion that in the merchants recipro cal underwriters case, recently decld ed by tho supreme court, in which the reciprocal Insurance law was de clared unconstitutional be...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 May 1914

,-yii' y 'T. $ftW5Rfif''V:r .JWWOTM IV V '?T;. THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. m MfK.W.UlWi,V.l-lT,J i .. .... --f ..-1-WT MM HM .lnM-J r I H ! hv r I f , id i ffl : I IB II rCJ i :1 I'M V4 M r j i a HI fl 1 : f ! I! II 11 1 ?s r. it ! ' b ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo aro authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to tho primary oloctlon, August 4, 1014. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. For Representative: VON MAYES. ti:- i For Prosecuting Attorney: WM. W. MoELVAIN. C. E. BRAGG. For Circuit Clerk: JOHN PARKS. EDWIN S. HUFFMAN. -j: For County Court Clerk: .7. ALBERT BIGHAM. . For County Collector: CHAS. K. PIERCE For Recorder: JOHN W. GREEN. For Probate Judjjo, Pemiscot Co: J. M. BRASHER. A. J. CROWE. For Presiding Judge, Pemiscot Co: CHAS. W. SHIELDS. W. ASA GREEN. For Assoeiato Judge 1st District: J. M. BALL. ' W. E. BROWN. For Justice of tho Peace, Huyti Township: ED. GOTCHER. F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINGTON. For Constable, Hay ti Township: W. F. COOK. TOM CURTNER W. J. SCHILL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

7. fffKr.,f,-e yjW-g-f ," ww' 1- -"Ji!Bfr' :r5Tirr7F? '"WW"! ' .i7wA THE ICjivAL-jL- -1 .. ' li .', yt.u1 i -,,:., m sa v ., - VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914. NO. 30. ?! : n"f??'" T HAYTI DEMOCRATS MEET. Chairman Resigns Vacancy Filled Resolution. The Democratic Central Com mittee of Pemiscot County mot at Caruthersville Monday, and R. L. Ward, chairman of the com mittee, resigned, and S. H. Mo Oarty was elected to till his place, and the following resolution was adopted by the committee: IU2SOL.UTIOX. The Democratic Central Com mittee of Pemiscot County takes occasion to call attention to the iac'tthat all pledges from the democratic leaders in the recent national and state campaigns have been fulfilled, to the credit of the administration and satis faction of the people. The accomplishments of our president, Hon. Wood row Wilson, challenges the admiration of the whole country and he is being revered irrespective of party for his high-minded and clear-headed and pu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

r. vv THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI I ,' Ijf li : ' 1H ff t If i-Ji i H B 11 P I I km & 1 H MS I'': f ir,I Green Serge and Taffeta for Afternoon anMMw,j.in iiimwi , in w JBSsaaasasa'BBaaBBaaY "-? . SHM. . jkNEJ of the prettiest models for an afternoon gown has been devel oped by Groen of Paris. It In unusually plain and It is unusually Bhapcly. Yet It is strictly in tho mode, and the Xfxnde darted out to he very fussy. But -Americans would nut have too much Sxssiness. Hence it is a quieted and orach-chastened mude exemplified in Alio model shown in the picture. The skirt is draped in. plaits folded over toward the left ddc, with a short tsptit at the hein. It bangs in at the ankles and oat a little at tho hips. The underbotllce is a separate gar jaient of Kilt and lace. The Uttlo cosit Is cat with kimono 'Sleeves and shaped to the figure at tho front by folding It In from the jswell of tho bust downward. A short ibafeque is shaped isito a scmi-flttluB 3rack and short rounded...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

&&' WrfT! r ' v i. i A"'ftl? 1 THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. f ' iji' "'r OSW "-W Of040OIO000400OfO0-K0OfO-KHCHO0-KOIOKmO 3ET AFTEF .jMMER PESTS , m . n -C tyi&F . '"1 "l-l New Indian Animal Stories WIten Animals Came Back Through Sun's Door r0P etafc .h ,,1 T -&i t I B By JOHN M. OfOKKOiOOKHOOKmH040fOKHOfOOKHOKKHHO " Children, Color (Copyright, 1914. by tho McClurs News paper Syndicate.) Long tlmo ago, as tho sun went down behind tho notch in the moun tains, tho old men would take the lit tle boye of one Indian tribo to a quiet placo outside tho camp and say to ,thom: "Listen! Soon you will hear tho call of tho messenger of tho Thunder Boys." And when the quail began to pipe, the old men would tell this story: After tho two sons of the Wise Man and tho Wild Boy who lived in the tfces had let all the animals out of tho cavo, and after they had scattered over tho world, so many men becarao hunt ers and hunted the animals so much that the animals decided in counci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

'! -&ttmagg, .ymi. iMtuteiifet. IJBW9 jig 3PRnM35f WW"ftrQMlMWilwTPaifcW.Ii'Jj THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. i T i : s tf 5 v J, (3 !i' h HI f it s Sickness A Sin'? ANInol r a Bin of Omlssloar Or lioth? Wa tTansffrcus Natnro'i laws, the Liter ntrike, tnon wo omit or neglect nntll we ache, or ilckotu Looten the dammed-up bile. Keep It looee Trlth the old llnie-trled Mar Apple Hoot, IPodophjlUn.) Podophvllln with the gripe taken out la called T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon Office pbono 50. Residence CO. Hayti, - - - Missouri. Onico Phono 50. Res. Phono 30. J. G. CRIDER Physician an Surgeon Ilayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician ami Surgeon UAYTI, ... MlBSOURI S. J EFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Haytt, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Ilayti, - - Mo. Ollico: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Oivil Baainess Promptly Attended to Office in Court House OARUTHERSVILLE, - 'MI880URI duncan & Mccarty ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

y ' Supplement to THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. June 4, 1914. Ben. M. Tinsley. In the proper column this week you will iind the announcement of Ben M. Tinsley for re-election as county court clerk of Pem iscot county. Mr. Tinsley is so well and generally known to the people that any introduction from us would be out of place. Ho stands upon the record he has made us a public servant, which, if satisfactory to the voters, he feels should entitle hiin to an other term, and he respectfully asks your most earnest consider ation. Prescriptions itntl family i-pulpus lo u-t-y little ;;ooil if not proporlj IllUitl. V fill them right or we don't till them at all. Lotler'.-,. k- K S. Berry, commercial mana ger of the S. V. Telegraph and Telephone Co., was over from Caruthersville Friday, looking after business matters. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bolon visited Mr, I Colon's daughter, Mrs. Fred Smith and family, at Kennett, Sunday. BUILDING MATERIAL HERE AT HOME Hard an Soft Wood LUMBER Cut to Ord...

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