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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 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. — 4 June 1914

fT-fv-fiyth; -"''"'" B iVl j' I Supplement to THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Juno 4, 1014. V&JP-IV'1""'''"'' """ -nv Ben. M. Tinsley. In the proper column this weolc you will lino! the announcement of Ben M. Tinsloy for re-election as county court cleric of Pem iscot county. Mr. Tinsloy is so well and generally known to the people that any introduction from us would bo out of place. lie stands upon the record he has made as a public servant, which, if satisfactory to the voters, he ' feels should entitle him to an other term, and he respectfully; asks your most earnest consider ation. Proscriptions anil family recipes do very little ,'oml if not properly llllcil. We fill them right or we don't 1111 them at all. Lctler'h. lc E. S. Berry, commercial mana ger of the S. V. Telegraph and Telephone Co., was over from Caruthersville Friday, looking after business matters. Ma Dusenberry and Gyrls. The Baptist ladies will enter tain the people of Hayti at the city hall Friday night, ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

wst?;5! v J? vs&. THE HAYTI HERALD.. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Tp'- .r;- : i-vi? I LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If Yon Do Not Sec it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Electric light globesj at Lcflor's Prod Williams is a now Herald subscriber. Only solid gold rlngs;at Leller's. Ben Phillips was heru from 'Braggadocio Saturday. Eastman Kodaks und supplies, at Leller's. ' lo Irs. Walter lust week. Schilling was ill Crutches, and crutch tips, elastic spring trusses, at Letter's, lo Tommy Lee of Portagevllle was in this city Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Mayes and little son, Howard, of Kennett came over Thursday, to visit home folks. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's CatarrK Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Wo, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, und believe him perfectly honoruble In all business transactions and flnunuially able to carry out any obligations made by his llrm. NATIONAL, BANK...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

BSSjUBJSAkCQL. case OH. ss.!iJipMwiyj.j mm&miimam ... il , . mini '.! . yn..,ri,,i... ,i ... J tur.frq.tfl ,,..,. 1 wimiW n3i J.UW' ',-. V THE HAYTI HERALD HAYTI, MISSOURI. H STATE COURTS WIN Federal Judges Will Not Get to Try Rate Refund Suits. NO APPEAL FROM DECISION Judge Van Valkenburgh's Ruling a Great Victory for Attorney General Barker. Judge A. S. Van Valkonburgh of tho foderal court at Kansas City hande.d 4Iown a decision decreeing to tho state courts jurisdiction over suits against three railroads operating in Missouri tor overcharge freight and passenger rates, brought by the Btato represent ing shippers, since tho 2-cent passen ger rato and maximum freight rateB became effective last July. The roads named in the order are the Kansas 'Mty Southern, tho Chicago, Milwaukee '& St. Paul and the Chicago & Alton. fTeBO aro the only roads of tho twelve affected toy tho rateB law that filed motion for a chango from tho state courtB to the federal court, their claims b...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

"5S tV ?-,!,(." 'I1 5MJKJ-' t,'' 'I',1? lit,t1"W,li(!Wl''f tMlfV .V. 7V wlW ?5fSW4 k u $Wff THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOUKI. .4. 1 . . . (Great Liner Goes to Bottom at Mouth of St. Law rence River Following a Collision With a Collier. RimouskI, Que., May 31. Nine hun dred and sixty-four persons lost their lives Friday morning when the great Canadian Pacific twin screw liner Em press of Ireland was rammed amid ships in a thick fog off Father Point in the St. Lawrence and sunk by the Norwegjan collier Storstad. Four hundred and three survivors were picked up from floating wreck age and two lifeboats. And only 12 of the saved are women. Gathered piecemeal from survivors fth'o horror of this wreck grows with the telling. Waters Quickly Engulf Ship. The doomed ones had little time even to pray. Thoy were engulfed by the onrushing waters that swallowed the big ship inside of nineteen min utes from the time she was struck. The wireless operators on the Em press, sticking to their posts t...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 June 1914

Mmiimmiv mfttrOH' "! K THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. mmimhikmmmMA 1. :r it hi' ? o m jJSji ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo aro authorized to announce tbo following candidates, subject to tho primary election, August 4, 1914. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. For Representative: VON MAYES. ' For Prosecuting Attorney : WM. V. MoELVAIN. C. E. BitAGG. For Circuit Clerk: JOHN PARKS. EDWIN S. HUFFMAN. For County Court Clerk: J. ALBERT BIGHAM. BEN M. T1NSLEY. For County Collector: CHAS. R. PIERCE For Recorder: JOHN W. GREEN. For Probate Judge, Pemiscot Co: . J. M. BRASHER. A. J. CROWE. For Presiding Judge, Pemiscot Co: CHAS. W. SHIELDS. W. ASA GREEN. M. E. (Tobe) DUNAVANT. For Associate Judge 1st District: J. M. BALL. , W. E. BROWN. For Justice of the Peace, Hayti Township: ED. GOTCHER. F. M. GVVIN. W. W. TARKINGTON. For Constable, Hayti Township: W. F. COOK. TOM CURTNER W. J. SCHILLING. 'FRED WILLIAMS. For Constable, Concord Township: R. D. SANDERS. Billie Barbara of Caruthers ville was a Hayti vi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 June 1914

1 t ' '!& Vt vrr Y ,jyn-vy?sl 5J,trvT1?nBHj5fji vrs HAYTI HERALD r THE '.:. v VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914. NO. 31. . ' 'J some facts And figures F.J. Cunningham Tells Some thing About Co. Money. Feeling that Uiu people should Know nil tilt1 fnets, that tliei mny nut and think Intelligently, we publish tliu following from1 the (.'iirtiUmrsvillo Democrat. Ed. Since suits have boon ordered brought on the bonds given to Pemiscot county by the Into Pemiscot County Bunk, I have been asked to tnnke u statement in some reputable paper as to how much money bus been paid on the debts of the bank and by whom paid, and submit the fol lowing: Paid to Pemiscot County i S."i,l'!)3 24 Paid to Nat. Bank of Com. 4.1.000 00 Paid to Met-. Nat. H-ink l.",M)0 (10 Paid to Intel national Hank JO, (KIO 00 Paid to lndhidual and Pri vate Corporations . . H!0.4S1 .I3 S-.lIUi. b.i 'i now i'aid: abii'K uf th( Out of the Bank . . tl22,Sus -'4 j Out of Tindle' property mon ey loaned to. T....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 June 1914

E"nKm9R3HK MjffiWililiifr iv ''1 THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI r a f ?4v 1 Mr ML REQUIRE ft HO DOLLARS 10 GLEAN MEXICO HMethods to Prevent Pestilences Hopelessly Out of Date. WORK FOR THE MEDICAL MEN Sanitation and Not Running Down of Banditti Will Be Task for U. 8. Jf It Intervenes and Occuplos Distracted Country. Washington. "It will cost a billion dollars to clean up Mexico," Bold a fnoted sanitary export bore. Ho re ferred to tbo medieval condition ot the jMoxlcan cities regarding measures for tbo prevention of pestilences. This work of sanitation and not the running jdown of banditti is the great task the United States vrlli undertake If It In terrenes in Mexico and occupies that dlstractod country. But Just now the modlcal men hero hro not directly concorned with tho jproblem of rendering all Mexico a country of healthy, modern cities. fTboy nro bending every effort to as pure the freedom from sickness of the thousands of boys in khaki already in ho ttorras callcntcs, or h...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 June 1914

, Tjr. i ' " u" J ' w . j f 4 ' -IT" .! vs? Tfg! ' V THE HAYTT HERALD. HAYTI. MISSdURI. trf WOfOCHO00OKHOOKfOfOKHO0HO00CHOfOfOlO) New Indian Animal Stories ' How the Water Spider Brought the Fire H By JOHN M. OfOiOIOHOiOOiO00OKHOOK-K00OfOOKK)K0 Color the Animal (Copyright, by MeOlurii Newspaper Syndi cate.) Long time ago, after the earth was made and hung up from tho four cor ners of tho sky to dry, tho animals camu down from tho place above tho great arch and set the sun aoven hand breadths abovo to give them light. Hut they found that tho world was cold, and they needed flro. Up abpve, tho Thunders listened to tho talk of tho animals, and sent their lightning down to put Are into the bottom of a hollow treo which was growing on tho earth. Tho treo was on a small island, and when the ani mals saw smoke coming out of it, they knew that flro was there. ' "How are wo to get tho fire?" they asked each other, and they called a council to decide. Every animal that could swim said, "I wil...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 June 1914

1.t.?W?&?$rr7,. m- " r ii :'-f'n,7,,?rcs " ?$: n I JTHEHAXSPI HRRALD. -HAYTI. .MISSOURI M W W- 11 BLOOP POISON ftetnfttl mlttlm! IS mad million) et " gtrrai ttt btow frora ona or two TO Jt got undir lb .ikln una lata tktMoo. M. BfclA'S Aniisepiic Salve lipilii rtrttiunr wnUhm kfl1d lhot trw Krros uid ltpt ht millions from txlni born. bar a Be box of 1M Hy rtJidr for mr ttaciM, uk (or Xr. IMTj Anturptle Salv. , TU It Br Tho BUM T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician and Snrgoou Office phono 50. Roaldonoo 60. Hayti, ... Missouri. Offlco Phono 50. Res. Phono 30. J. G. CR1DER PhyHiciuu mi Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and 'Surgeon Hayti, ... Mibsouri S. J- JEEFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti. Missouri VON MAYES L-AWYEFR Hayti, - - Mo. Olllco: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil Baalneao Promptly Attended to Office in Court House CARUTHEBSVILLK, MIB80URI dungan & Mccarty , ATTORNEYS-AT-liAW Will practice in...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 June 1914

-&e8M,I"'1,"' ""' " "" "'' '$r$j&&s& ,;; f I IT Tl 1 I I "I "H 1 1 iHi HAYTI .a JL II j1 jlI jli ?)1 VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914. NO. 31. Boy Killed While Hunting. John Farrow, a 14-years old hoy left his home near D. L. Sorrell was here from Foust Tuesday, malting arrange ments to inve a barheuue Con run last Saturday, with his dog ar.d ' u,-v " u ilvw ll '"' ' gun, for the woods, to himt.1'1"1 4 aml everything was so When the late s.fternoon arrived ; antiafaotory that he is going to and the boy's parents realwd I u- 1LK" it was about thin1 the boy should ie coming home' they grew tin- Harry Gengenlach of the Con cord neighborhood was in town e.tsy. Then it was that the dog (yesterday and informed us that appeared at the house ont not he expected to visit honif folks the boy. The dog acted restless- jn rjhleiiKo in about a couple of l.v and in a few moments saunter- weeks. ed off again for the woods. The I ,,r0R,'rlltlons !imU:imiv recipes do f...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 June 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. — 11 June 1914

" $ Mr fi-nf- - v-a '- a f t rfc ji t y tif J, i t J i J-vv r i " .i.TX. .W i'X" t ' THB,,.HAYTl HERALb. JJAYTI, MISSOURI. ,. .- - .rn -w ill V . '( vjd I A Peculiar Streak. It ia a rather peculiar streak of nature that impels; the qdl tor should not desert Chameleon of the Blytheville Courier to go Walkeanow-inhis hour of need. bo far out of his way to grow sar-' About all the announcements castic in comparing the mailing have come in now, and Chame weight of the Courier with that leon will have to look for a new of the Herald. We are'in no wise dough pile, unlpss he can hold up a competitor and were aware that a few of the canflidatos for good M 10 Herald was not the largfist sums. Surely the republican, and bqst, paper n(5n 'earth '" You after I. Kuhn, li. V. Allen and will observe, however, Hhnt the sons and a few others have papers in Pemiscot county do brought this old factionist ; and not challenge the Hirnkl, nor did disturber here and kept him up the Courier say it would "p...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 June 1914

?3KS -SVSSF t' , i i W1 ww!rw?fw THE HAVTI HERALD, HAVTI. MISSOURI. 3E I f I . i ft i' ri fc MILITANTS INVADE LOiNIHES RUSH TO CATHOLIC ALTAR AND SHRIEK "PROTEST" ON FORC IBLE FEEDING. CONGREGATIONSARESHOCKED Disturber Is Struck by Man and Lays Down on Steps, Many Trample Over Her Militant Speakers Mobbed by Hostile Crowd. Loudon. Suffragists for tho first time Invaded Catholic churches and attempted to harranguo tho congrega tions. Worship was disturbod in both Westminster Cathedral and the Church of the Oratory, Brompton. Father Bernard Vauhan had just taken his place in the pulpit in West minster Cathedral during tho evening sermon when a young woman rushed up the stcpB into another pulpit and waving her arms toward tho altar shrieked, "In the presence of tho Messed sacrament I protest against tho forcible feeding of women." She was dressed stylishly and 'apparently was a woman of refinement. Tho congregation, shocked by tho woman's action," rose from tjaelr seats. Murmurs of pro...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 June 1914

lPW 11? "'vjt iftTO1 ..'wiyu . I i ", .J n a THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. f iv t . MISSOURI NEEDS HARVEST HANDS IFarmers of State Can Use 30,- 000 Extra Men in Handling Wheat prop. TREMENDOUS YIELD EXPECTED 'State Employment Bureaus Ready to Receive Applications for Help Workers Will Have to Pay Railroad Fare. Jefferson City. It Is estimated by Commissioner John T. Fltzpatrlck of tbo 'bureau of labor statistics after two weeks of correspondence with tho .-atate board of agriculture and the county farm advisers of 100 counties of the stato that 30,000 harvest hands -are needed to gather in Missouri's 1914 wheat crop. It is his opinion, judging from letters on file from those who ought to know, that tho crop will bo one of tho largest tho stato has -ever had, regardless of some Inroads the Hessian flies have nitulo. So far only half a dozen countteB in tho cen tral part of the stato havo been af fected, and they only In spots, by the pest. The loss may not exceed 1,000, 000 bush...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 June 1914

vmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmim THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. v 'r I V I $ a ' f i H I m H in r r ' ic p li. P- V e lv i ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo aro authorized to announce the following' candidates, subject to the primary election, August 4, 1014. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. For Representative : VON MAYES. JAMES F. SMYTH. For Prosecuting Attorney: WM. VV. MoELVAIN. C. E. BRAGG. For Circuit Clnrk: JOHN PARKS. EDWIN S. HUFFMAN. For County Court Clork: J. ALBERT BIG1IAM. BEN M. T1NSLEY. For County Collector: CHAS. R. PIEUCK For Recorder: JOHN W. GREEN. . (''or Probate Judge, Pemiscot Co: J. M.' BRASHER. A. J. CROWE. For Presiding Judge, Pemiscot Co: CHAS. W. SHIELDS. W. ASA GREEN. M. E. (Tobe) DUNAVANT. ,For Associate Judge, 1st District: J. M. BALL. ' W. E. BROWN. For Justice of the Peace, Uaytl Township: ED. GOTCHER. F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINGTON. J. F. SCOTT. "For Constable, Hayti Township: W. F. COOK. TOM CURTNER W. J. SCHILLING. FRED WILLIAMS. For Constable, Concord Township: R, D. SAN...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 June 1914

v &frv&.$t-jn:ii!,x(y&? m :l Tl-IF HAYTI HERALD .rv. 5! (i ,2I M ,-r r- .'5.! 'J1 a X t: .? "W" "'"vn H 1 VOL. 6. THE BEST LAID GANG AFT A-GLEY, And Leave us Naugt Grief and Pain, For Promised Joy. but Evidently, the dollars are not rolling in quite fast enough to suit ( )ld Chameleon, and T. lvohn and others are tired "putting up," or the people are about to olT his rations, for ho has and had himself sued for shut gone libel, and, singling out , I. S. Wahl for 1 lis mark, sheding great oroeko dile tears and humping himself upon his hind legs and leaping right into the midst of deep and deepening peace, here is how he brays: The editor of The Critic sounds tho bugle call, warning the people of Pemiscot county Unit the whiskey lljht is on, the first gun having been II red liy the lionized .1. S. Wahl, beer king of southeast Missouri. We want every loe.il optionist in thncoun ly to consider he or she is a part in this fight, and that it is their duty to get behind this pa...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 June 1914

ljp5SHWI''JiHiiiiIWWfcMtiilW.itl JSiiiiiuMiim I j il v Ti,r?ATV1Twn'wp,rtflK!FIfnrr r'T!W " JWV vtr'-" tt" - ' ii i, it- ' vi "" k ..t-.-.K. r. ...- l3. .. .... d;m.aiiifc.MiM)rSnfiCKIIHini1" tnwim , my nn ttiMiwiMifc'iMwiBHiwiMiiiMrHiMMiWiiiWijii llir"'; gttfifa.ir.riyiap rK-'S ' '"" i'"'""'i w in Minii .itq M'" iy mn iwihimi THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. !mmfOl;04O4OlOOOHHOHH0KHf0f0OO0iO4WJ BOAT OF ROOSEVELT EXPEDITION THAT CAPSIZED' New Indian Animal Stories How the Rabbit Stole the Otter's Tail BY HIS TOBACCO By JOHN M. OSKISON M M Hunter Was Knocked Down by a Big Bear Rushing Through the Timber. OKKOOKHOfOKKiOOKHO0HO0CHOKHOKfO00 ,iiig " FEELS BRUIN'S TEETH SAVED 1 DEATH .-! i Minii wiiiiim i I mm I V . V ( Color the Animals 'Copyright, by McClurc Nowspapcr Syndi cate.) Long Umo ago the animals mot and Hold a council to decide who had tho ilnest coat. In those days, they were -always quarreling about their good looks, for thoy did not have enough to - j3o to keop themselves...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 June 1914

THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI REPTILES ENLIVEN GLASS mm ft Pupils Hunt for Snakes in the Woods for Use in the Zoolog ical Classroom. GIRLS ARE FEARLESS " Humana Offlcor Called by Protest From a Chicago Suburb Finds No Evidence of Cruelty Develop Thclri Nerve. Chicago. Tho association of high school glrla and BiinkCB linn far somo time been a source of disturbance In La Grange, 111. This agitation tho other day took tho form of a protest to Gcorgo A. H. Scott of tho Illinois Humano society, charging that tho girls were cruel to tho snakoB. "What!" exclaimed Mr. Scott. "How can girls bo cruel to Bnakes when few will go near them? Woman's cruelty to man but never to Bnakes " But Officer Charles. H. Brayno of tho Humane society took tho next train for La Grango. At tho high Bchool ho was shown into Miss Babcock's room. She teaches the zoology class, In which there aro ten glrlB and six boys. All acknowledged their "association" with snakes. "The girls aro developing their nerve by h...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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