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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 June 1914

vyrr " 'J'ff'TFTJ , " JlJ .J rWrT .Y" J X - f T tj N " rrn THE, HAYTI HERALD': HAYTI, . MISSOURI. v mm it i I' ; li NATURE'S Disinfectant. RImm tkt 4aMnmdnp BIU end mtt I Tur IB era relieved. IttUrcoddl Ltxttlre do not touch the LIVER. PedophTlIln (Har AppU Reoti dec. PoDoLmx U Pa4atTUln wttk tba gripe tefcen cut. r 7mm rar T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician mid Surgeon Ofllco. phone 50. Residence 00. Hayti, - - Missouri, F. A. MAYES Physician nnd Surgeon Hayti, - - MiBBOum S. J- JEFFRESS LAWYEU ' Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER? Hayti, - - Mo. Office: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Proseouting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil Baainesa Promptly Attended to Office in Court House OABUTHEB8VII.LE, - MlBSOUBI duncan & Mccarty ATTORNEYS-AT-L.AW Will practice in ail the courts Office Over Poet Office Caruthersville, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Res. Phono 28 Office Phone 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING Notary P...

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. — 18 June 1914

;w & i rr rHE HAYTI HERALD .J2& , ii fl! f. 4 l VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914. NO. 32. jmpn.jj'w.w-i"" fy i mi n.' i I n Ik m (? B1 k W Dr. J. G. Crider Dead. Dr. Joseph G. Crider died in n Some one thought Judge Argo was trying to hive boos the other Hnniinrimtiiii. 1mniiliiS.it.iiwliiv uy unu muen merriment wusuro- inoriiiiig at three o'clock, where lie wont Monday for treatment. His death came as a surprise and a shock to the entire city. Mrs. Crider received word sometime Friday night ol the i-ritical condition of her husband, and lei ton the 1 o'clock train Sat- uteil. He came down the street with his head up, beating on a tin pan. When no one could see any bees, he was asked what in the duco he meant, and replied, "tarn it, don't you see that cloud? I'm alter rain." Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klink tyday morning lor his bedside, mrdt, alter sper.dingabouteight we-understand before learning months with their sons on the of his death. ; farm near Ha.vti, look...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 June 1914

If THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 1 A ? I; i I r r I?-"' To Pemiscot County Voters. I am taking this means of ad vising my friends throughout the county that I am no longer a candidate for the ofllce of Prose cuting Attorney of this county. Owing to my father's ill health it is necessary that 1 give him a great deal of my time, especially so at this particular time since our recent tiro lias made it neces sary to reorganize his business. This leaves mo hampered for time to make a thorough cam paign. Trusting my friends will take the view that I hnvein the matter, that my first duty is to my fath er, T wish to thank llicm for the earnest support already tender ed me and to assure them that my appreciation of same is deep. W. W. McI3i.vai.v. The Canithor.sville Democrat: Sheriff Stnbblelield loft yester day for Farminyton, where lie placed Walter Williams in the hospital for the lceblc miiuled. Mrs. M. M. t'uiininirhnin. lio hits iitM'ii visiting her (luuliicf, Mrs, .let 110 Sturm...

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. — 18 June 1914

Vfrnv w 'liMMmtywr ''spp.' --$$!!? r ff.Pv' 55!!35P gp VffS'fjJ THE,' HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ir li ' . A I LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not Sec it Here it is M. E. George of Route 1, was hero Saturday. Only solid gold rings at Loner's. Ben Phillips of Braggndocip was in town Saturday. L : DR. THAUTHANNS DRUG STORE offers the public the very best, purest and freshest drugs to be found upon the market, and makes a specialty ot Prescription Work All prescriptions given the closest attention in every de tail. Bring them to us. Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Stains, Putty, Glass, Brushes. Let Us Figure With You. SUNDRIES A complete line of Drug Sundries, Rubber Goods, Toilet Articles, etc., and Stationery, Calndies, To baccos and Cigars. Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store "Satisfied Customers are Our Best Advertisement." .f I I-W '""fKE AKMEI HAYTI, MO. CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 I'WI llllll !! II I II II I II I !! I M A HOME INSTITUTION 11 II Mill II I I Mi HUM 111 ! !! jllll II "I !! I ...

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. — 18 June 1914

M m f jmttHn yMtoi .wnfisiiamwli "9f ' wttmik q wwh yigfp'rsyf''tfwwviily'wrfifcp THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. H IS u E 2 ' n K '4rV fr" SEES MOHEJOBSTIN MEN PLENTY OF WORK, SAYS 8EC RETARY WILSON. Specific RequeBt for More Thart 80,000 to Help Harvest Big Wheat Crop Reaches Him. Washington, D. C. More Jobs than men throughout tho United States was predicted by Secretary of Labor "Wil son, in sizing up tho general labor outlook. , Tho bumper wheat crop, revival of tho iron trade, with tho consequent stimulation of mining and other asso ciated industries, and continuod ac tivity in tho tcxtllo business aro given by Secretary Wilson as his reasons tor prophesjing "lots of work." Specific requests for more than 80,000 men to help harvest tho big wheat crop have already reached the department of labor. Missouri alone has asked for 30,000 men. How to get them west is tho problem. As a solution Secretary Wilson is planning to negotiate with the railroads to ar range special excursio...

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. — 18 June 1914

- i Ty fy(pnptrif'a'-- iirt'-r;r--Atfy"tt v "ifrr Mn " "iivx-m - r"a T '1 ", F Apn "'Wi'TystAtTlS rs?J H ' ! ' wir &r-3ra Hgwy J ' 7; . 3 s & tt..,'Vr. tl "V -vw 1 i THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. &.! i !l 94 j ill i ! BOOST 0000 ROADS Exercises at Macon Draws Big Crowd of Interested Persons. BUFFUM TALKS HIGHWAYS State Commissioner Says Farmers Benefit More Than Motorists by Good Thoroughfares. Tho crowds attending the exorcises good roads day at Macon were es timated at from 3,000 to 5,000. There vero cars thero from Adair, Shelby, Clarion, Randolph, Linn and Macon counties. The business houses "ind public buildings wore closed. There was a motor car parade In tho forenoon to where the road ma '?hinery was at work. Tho sneaking took place In the afternoon In tho courthouse yard. Dr. A. 13. Miller, president of tho Macon Good Roads Club, presided. Frank W. Buftum, state highway commissioner, said tho people must .get it out of their hoadB that tho innin object of go...

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. — 18 June 1914

w .iqwfc' HW iqfr"'. s-iMt4iygaffyjaf ffyw'tfyvgSiMWwwMii1Wj gju h ' ... rt , -.-! 1. THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. JjCTrwwnnav.,wr...,T,., .n, ., f, ..i-,,.,, rtytrtw.intMwi.i,i M if if 3 ll i i i J. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo aro authorized to announce tlio following candidates, subject to tlio primary election, August 4, 1014. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. For Representative: i . VON MAYES. JAMliS P. SMYTH. For Prosecuting Attornoy: C. K. 1JKAGG. For Circuit Clerk: JOHN PARKS. EDWIN S. HUFFMAN. For County Court Clerk: J. ALBERT HIGH AM. BEN M. T1NSLEY. For County Collector: C1IAS. R. FIERCE For Recorder: JOHN W. GREEN. For Probate Judge, Pemiscot Co: J. M. BRASHER. A. J. CROWE. For Presiding Judge, Pemiscot Co CHAS. W. SHTELDS. AV. ASA GREEN. M. E. (Tobo) DUNAVANT. For Associate Judge, 1st District: J. M. BALL. W. E. BROWN. For Justice of the Peace, Huyti Township: ED. GOTCHER. F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINGTON. J. F. SCOTT. For Constable, Huyti Township: W. F. COOK. TOM CURTNER W. J....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 June 1914

11 "" ' t" r?11"tVWlt, "!"-, VMnr- "V&rf 'Y- V V).fyff' Wpr" - - ' . Uu 1 " - TUP HAYTI HERALD ifot V VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914. SN NO. 33. m las 'a m, 1 w I 1 fcS 1 WALKERS ACRIMONIOUS HARANGUE DISSECTED: He Tries to Deceive the Peo ple by Lying to Them. For several woks Chameleon Nutty Walker has gone into a verbal eruption in his lulmina tlons upon the men whose names are upon the bond of the cash ier of the failed Pemiscot Conn ty Bank. He has denounced them as thieves and robbers and variously distorted facts into mountains of perversities. Here are some of the acrimoni ous extracts from his brain storm published in his issue of June ft which landed him up against two suits for libel. "This county has ben FLEECED out of four hundred and forty-two thousand dollars, and all it has to show for it is a promise to pay signed by J. S. Wahl, F. J. Cun ningham and OTHERS. SOME of those FELLOWS must have some, if not ALL of the money that was stolen. If THOSE ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 June 1914

& piftfflWIWWiia;lM-u'wfr THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTL MISSOURI. J IM $1 !& in It If M p -i 1 rl i I FOR BETTER JAILS State Board Wants Law to Force Counties to Make Im provements. STILL FARK OUT PAUPERS Several Places In Missouri Where In- ' dlgent Persons Are old to Lowest Bidders. Tho stnto board ot charities nnd corrections In srasslou at Jefferson City, reported to Corcruor Major that fully GO per ceut of Uic almshouses of tho etnto have madu modern ira jprovementa in their care of tho indi gent, and In only twenty counties aro the paupers farmed out to tho loweBt Ibldtlcrs to bo cared for, clothed and fed. Tho chief caune oT complaint on the part of tho board la tho condition ot jails. Many or Uiouo were found to be unhcatthtuL nnd not modern in any rcspoct- The jails in twenty counties bnverccenlly been viBlted hy the soc retar' of the board, J. S. Wagner, of St. Louis. Tho board decided to ask the next legislature to enact n law under which counties not provided with mode...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 June 1914

i'H,,,s&: V I ,l " 35 ! A: THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. mms k , & r""!S VA' LiiY m m WORTH MUCH MONEY Skunk Furs Bring Trappers $3,000,000 a Year. They Are Now Protected by Qamo Laws In 13 States Suggestions . for Raising Animals as 8ourco of Income. Washington. Tho skunk brings an nually to tho trappers of tho United Slates about $3,000,000. It BtandB second In Importance only to tho inUBkrat among our fur bearing ani mals. Tho valuo of a skunk skin In tho raw fur market averaged from about 25 cents to $3.G0 in December, 1913, and usually runs higher. Al though this fur in not very popular in America,, Europeans favor it because It wears well and has a luster which makes it rival tho Russian sablo in appearance. Theso facts aro empha sized in a new farmers' bulletin (No. 587) now being sent out by the United States department of agriculture, which may bo had frco on application by those who aro interested in tho "Economic Valuo of North American Skunks." Thirteen Btat...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 June 1914

M.irtjpvJ"iiy;.i Mm. . Piw. wow nWpi mil rmzZSMAtm TapTO uHffJJjltyiTp I. L i1ffliaym'wUTftiHrfai HiwfotrtiTitiWltiairFmimniTiin --- .- . fc IP. fr it V ! li it' i I 'VI' 8 if ft n i i- n ,U THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI' ' VI. I rrf.l A,i & g Oae Lone Germ Breeds Millions A tor or cut tett Iht ntni unarrina win. It you don't Hop III brtrdlns thr will b mUUoniln(ewiJi. Slop thi Bmilna W' DR. BELL'S Antiseptic Salve' roo m it, A lie. box wtU prtrent bondrtd "Ttt It Br Th BU" T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician nnd Surgeon Office phone 60. Rosldonco 60. HAYTI, ' - - MISBOUM. THE HAYTI HBEALD Published Evkiiy Thursday, Bv William Yonic, Editou and Pub. THUMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: 81.00 A YEAR, OAStt IN ADVANCE! ENTERED AT THE POSTOFFICE, HAYTI, illBSOURI, AB BECOND CLASS MATTER Omoo In City Hall, Southwest Room, Hnyti, Pemiscot Oounty, Missouri Hayti, F. A. MAYES LMivsicinu and Surgeon MlBBOUKI WHAT'S IN A NAME? During the lato unlamented hot spoil the people of Hultl earned for a majio wand ...

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. — 25 June 1914

r-v Pj5V t5r T3, '' " '--"tfw ' '.'j-j ;vj .iV m TT-irr HERALD ii n.A. ill m jiii VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914. NO. 33. HI m HJfVA41M'f' Trustee's Sale. Whereas, by their certain deed of trust, buarinif (Into of this 21st day of April, 1913, being duly acknowledged iind rcconied In Record Trust Hook mttnher nt), ut page 1"7, one of the land records of the Co.mt of IVrnU eirt, mid Stutu of Missouri, .Ins. M. Mian and Luru 15. Uuun, his wife con .jyed to L. C, Averill. as trustee, the f i ill owing described real estate, lying, lnlng and situate in the County ot lVmlscotnnd Stale of Missouri, to-wlt: All of lot number seven ("; in block ii.uuber thirty-eight (3S) in the origin al city of Hajtl, Mitmoitrl. Which said convex anee wa in trust to secure the payment of u certain pro missory note therein partieular!, de scribed, and. whereas default has neen made in the payment of said note and the interest thereon. Now, therefore I, I.. (.'. Averill, as trustee, at the ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 June 1914

TU1 a J V V. THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not Sec it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Joe Fousl of Concord was hero Saturday. Only solid tfold rlntfs at Lefler's. Dixie Reed was in from the farm Saturday. Electric li(,'ht globes, at Letter's, JohnTidwelL was in iroin uiu farm Saturday. Kastman Kodaks and supplies, at Teller's. lc .John Jones was here from Concord Saturday. A nice line of toys' wash suits at Muckley's. :i0lf H. Lingemann was in from tho fp.rm Saturday. Watch, clock and jewelry it-pairing :it Lefler's. Ic Hen Phillips was here from Braggadocio Saturday. A lirst class union made overall at Buckley's. :!0lf E. S. Fuller has placed his name upon our honor roll. Millett Seed nt Henderson's Store. I'.,nrnn1. Mil. .I..U John Morgan of Marvin Chapel was a Hayti visitor Saturday. Crutches, and crutch tips, elastic spring trusses, ai Lefler's. lc Win. Blaylock of Ivennett was here Thursday and Friday. Children's half-hose, a full...

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. — 25 June 1914

' " "' ,4J!isgrist5r """f rilfrRSSS? r'rT , , - ,) -npap - vt ?Sf5i 75 Wt-rffgBj; y H " ,r- , . THE HAYTI? HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. u"' V"w ",n55 A Country Store' wanting a real good hollow wire thh best and -safest gasollno lighting sys tem, real cheap, call on or wrlto the Herald. 4 Poultry! Poultry!! Poultry!!! Wo will bo here on Thursday, Fri day and Saturday of each week for buying your poultry produce. On these three days bring them to Spencer & Stubbs' Store. !lt-3t .FlSIItiK & MKDLlNG. ifii DR. TKAUTMANNS DRUG STORE offers the public the very best, purest. ana freshest drugs to be ijjuricLupon the market, and makes a specialty of Prescription' Work All prescriptions given the closest attention in every de tail. Bring them to us. Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Stains, Putty, Glass, Brushes. Let Us Figure With You. SUNDRIES A complete line of Drug Sundries, Rubber Goods, Toilet Articles, etc., and Stationery, Candies, To baccos and Cigars. Now and then "Unclo" Joe Meatte is...

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. — 25 June 1914

"ywfc' mii7iwi.tojjM nmwy tniyyiif "Biwfp1 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. T.. -, jijffitwywfiEiiiUM4rti1 npwpyiy TJ R I i I TELEPHONE RATE ! FIGHT COMMENCES Public Service Commission Takes Up Question of Ren tal Inequalities. COMPANIES CITED TO APPEAR Justice of Rates Filed With Utility Board Last Year to Be Gone Into I Thoroughly Beginning June 30. Jefferson City. Tho question of how far a telephone company can dis criminate In chnrgcB for rentals be tween business houses and profession al men has been brought before the state public service commission in a small complaint filed by Charles B. Butler of Ripley county, against the Doniphan Telephone Company. Ho alleges that tho local company Hiiro 1b charging business houscB 2. 50 a month rentals for telephones, while physicians pay only ?2. Unless this complaint can be adjusted It will be necessary for the commission to open tho whole question of rates between "business houses and the offices of pro fessional men. It would doubt...

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. — 25 June 1914

iTTFiirrW fi Tiy :4- THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI A .. Kl '3 s w -i'ifX ITORIES OF U. S. FLEET ON DUTY AT THE PORT OF VERA CRUZ Vera Cruz, Mexico. Montha Ibcfore :ho landing -of tho American naval orcoa at Vera Cruz and tho capture of ;ho Mexican port plans bad been orkod out for tho occupation of tho city. They contemplated rcslstanco hy tho Mexicans and were not mcroly lans for noacoful patrolling oi troota and administration of clrll du es. Plvo months ago tho battleship ow Jersey was sent to Vers Cruz nd her officers woro dotalled Immo- lately for a military survey of the ity. Outwardly tho groups of young fflcors who were ashoro dally woro ercly slghtaoolng, riding or walking through tho quaint old city and hav ing tho beBt of times. Actually, tho clty was as carefully charted as If It nwero a coast of 'dangerous reofB and lioals. Tho soots along Its watcr- ront woro selected where tho men of ho sea should land whenever hostlll- 'tleB might start. Tho straight streets whic...

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. — 25 June 1914

-yw niifra" j 'Jnf "i"fnj- ! Jry - fpf - -?. Wf" vyg ny...jw .jy--tf- . I. THE HAYTI HERALD. RAYTI. MISSOURI. IM fc it ONLY THE REDUCTIONS IN THE TARIFF MAKE POSSIBLE THIS ("! 50c Silk Hose Three Pair $1.00 It r rr f I- I Stetson Hats All Styles $2.50 I i HATS $2 and $3 Values F &.! , 1 ! ri 1 Genuine Panama Hats $5 Values hi Imitation Panama Hats $2.50 .Values $1.35 LW Boys Low Shoes One-Half Price !i I: Youths' Low Shoes One-Half Price i f Jn lOatoVfewtf.. ... ?M:L.Ji.,i,l ';1fr.-fe..AA 00 OUR BIG MID-SUMME CLEARANCE SALE fflS WA I I" 1 " "I UsAwtak O I l m' " B Ar Si 1 iiMiiiiinrifw ' 'mfiif7 11 HihihiiI I BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 27 JJERE'S truly a surprising price-smashing event. Oc curring only once a year, this clearance of goods at the season's height means important savings you should not think of "passing up." Without argument or persuasion we simply invite you to Come See For Yourself and let us Prove the tremendous savings you can effect here. See How Suits Will Go D...

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. — 2 July 1914

f v" v,w t'j f Vfs- 'n A 'c -w (' .? -i . hi i f ( M .- "wjjf'.v . - 4yjr -.'v? V '(vri"i(ijT?" imaMhfSKKK - ---- ' v MKiMmTwwnHBwiBn -.' ? ia y V.' i M rf, 4 . .' MA - -v 5 s vft 1 iW M VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914. XCX3W. i .iVj ii-fj M y jfiifl :m THE HAYT lTlJLiviLilj' il Hi fj 1 iS5f il H mm I vMwJ lJtl stds fol lij Pit hfSlj I m BASE BALL GAMES. : f Concord Played Hayti Friday Hayti at Kennett Sunday. The Concord bae ball club came down Friday to play the Hayti club, with the result that Hayti won by a score of IT) to H. HAYTI. nb r- h ss .i 'i If r lil) i) z J lb T) 0 cf r 2 p 5 1 Lino Up Dates Wells Hicks Gwin Wilson 'Deal Wilbanlcs Ellis ton Hopkins Totals rf c po o 0 0 4 VJ 3 f) 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 3 0 0 sb 5 o 1 0 :i o i o o Line Up ab r Parmentorc 7) 0 Pruce p 4 2 Pool lb 4 Pittman :2 b 4 Shepard :ib 4 Klingen- sinith rf 4 1 Lawson cf 4 1 44 1.") 11 : CONCOHD. h 0 2 0 0 1 1 10 2 I 0 1 1 Autry Gaskins Totals If. 4 ss 4 po 1 7 8 :$ 1 l o l o 0 0 o sb 0 0 0 1 0...

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

wftiMi mmye up' niw w m-'-rrf,krrm,tnnfihtWtHt'najfiflMirvm tm-m-f 1 1 THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTt. MTSSOUJ?! tJmm fcl I ' J ! M f v I I - a !i$ y i w a a rfl Lf v 1 H1A A H9 yV & v AM- P V B J r & srfr ""a 'ITT" a1 ! km? V 'I II if. J.'' C ll V hdbMHrf SggS HOOKED HEROINIS -SJiM r k4i - r 'j & tt - , Wi' --. X4 . ki; .wy "jrfi- uasyaie &ffiviz;zai?D &&&& i OLUMES have boon written laud ing tho courago or endurance of tho Amorlcan army that braved tho wintor of 1777-78 at Valloy Forge. Monuments have boon erected to tho memory f moa and offlcors. Tho sito of tho camp haa boon rcsorred by tho atato of Pennsylvania, and con verted Into a memorial park, but tho women who shared tho dan gers and suffering with thorn, who nobly nursed tho sick, fed tho starving and clothed tho naked, aro left unrecognized. There are no public records of them, even their quarters that had been tho shelter of tho needy, tho stage of tho Conway cabal (that was jono of tho remarka...

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. — 2 July 1914

l','J-i',!tfi'PilM'V fl'St ;'i--V'l""l'-("t "' rjpragl, "V -fl-fT ? ", "' ff C , , -"in -T vn'; "' 'ft . Wf rWx"f4 sfSt - '? JJfga V THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ', 1 E3 1 !S? iws Transparent Fabrics OR. tbo danco or the garden party or for any other of summer's fes tivities the airiest and prettiest of gowns may bo made liko this one of sheer organdy pictured here. And there is any number of transparent or semi-transparent materials from which to make a choice suited to the (design. There are the plain and fig ured nets, voiles, swlss organdy, ba tiste, and the finer lawns, besides silk muslin and chiffon. ThiB is an American design, orig inal and simple. It Is prettily girlish and need not shrink from comparison with the product of any French estab lishment. There is an underskirt and walBt of silk muslin. For this under- slip the thin washable Chinese and Japanese silks are desirable, for they can be readily cleaned. A baby waist, with rather full sleeves, and a plain, mode...

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