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

yg fej' -TpByy?-!ji3ir-' -';- r --Ki.it th. ;, ,1 , , ,. i.Hilii irwwajttiwwraMwi lwiwaj f THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. v fejWWTPW3gpWjHlHW1! ft'. I t s. 1 fl n fe & f t i Kn s Sickness A Sin? ARInof er a Sin ef Omission T Or DotliT We trantRKSs Nature' lam, tho Ltrer atrike, tncc o omit or neglect until wa ache or sicken. Looen the Jummcd-np bile. Keep It loote wlln mo oia umo-trica may j Root, (I'odophvllin.) Podophyllln Apple In w iin tlio gripe Ukoa out la called T. J. TRAUTMANN PhyHiciau nnd Surgeon Office phono SO. Residence 00. Hayti, ... Missoum. F. A. MAYES 1'hjHlcInn and Surgeon HA.YTI, ... MlBSOUKI S. J, JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES L-AWYEF? Hayti, - - Mo. OUlce: Room 10, ICcyBtone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil iiaainuBS Promptly Attended to Office in Oourt House GAIHJTHER8VILI..E, - MISSOURI duncan & Mccarty Attorn eys-at- law Will practice in all tho courts Office Ovor Poet...

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. — 2 July 1914

"ir i t . J.'V( wy. Ttvi w& TLJC lot, HAYTI HERALD ti 3 il 4i f VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914. NO. 34. ri MM Frisco Agents Meet. The Frisco Freight Agents' As sociation of the Third Division met in this city Tuesday, and they were a jolly set of good fel lows. The agents meet solely to devise ways and means for the general betterment ot "Frisco Service," hence their meetings are exclusively for business, the social feature being merely co incidental. The agents were welcomed in an appropriate address by Von Mayes. The Odd Fellows extended them the use of their hull for the meeting, and the ladies of the Uaptist church served them with dinner and supper, for both of which courtesies the agents desire to extend their thanks. The following agents attended the meeting: O. N. Watts, Hay U; C. J. Davidson, Festus; C. R. Rogers, Wittenberg; J. F. Neal, Cape Girardeau; J. G. Sarius, Chaffee; W.T. Malone, Sikeston; F. H. liloirioyor, Portagoville; Fj. F. Blomeyer, Carut...

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. — 2 July 1914

w''!'a m-.1rtmlMrMiin-im-n.1lf itr- - ' IV If w l? THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. F T""" 'Ill'''111'" ''''' wwiuiwjuaiwaMjtMr :iMfOTmnMattiw 4TH Y4TH MMKHnHMHIl V I i- H I ( ' 3 4 f- I I 1 .1 ' 1m CELEBRAT AND ION H HflHll H B HHH B To Be Given In The City Of jriflibk fftf rift fBSfS RbH HH bbbbk IEBBBttkw BH& hhV AKT JULY 1 14 Under the Auspices of The Hayti- Amusement Company wiwjJi,iii.jarjjaafflW7 i 1 H im II, 7 Good Dancing Floors. ILL BE Good Music. L N Good Speakers' Stand, Y THE CANDIDATE All Candidates Cordially Invited. THE USUAL ATHLETIC FEATS AND AMUSE ENTS FOR PLEASURE AND PASTIME Come and Enjoy this Patriotic Day. Bring the Family. Let the little ones come Everything has Been Arranged for Your Pleasure. THE HAYTI AMUSEMENT CO HAYTI. MISSOURI f ja?gg. j'ij'vt'"ht t''?iiSL.i'y--. fifer '.lwHjilHi m inpwli w j I s Jf-y f .j- 1 ,i i m

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

'ps 'f V THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. rJ.. -5 . V m rcasr f Is $ M M 1 ' a mm ia tAGLEEreSALVE ,EEYESJ GOOD FOR TOE EYES -AND EYES ONLY TOITH r.TES nro llvlna Irnsm. It wcnk, dim, ntrnlned or consented, ttioy ran bo front ly set aureljr cleared, brlRbtcned, corrected nnd rolntlfroratcd by tbo clcnn.lnp;, nrktflnir, utrenirthcnlnir ttropcrtlcit of KAOI.K EYE NAJUVi. Olio 80c. tobo lIlOVEH .It. J DR. TKAUTMANNS DRUG STORE offers the public the very best, purest and freshest drugs to be found upon 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. Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store f Residence 0 1 Ollice oO Phones "Satisfied Customers are Our Best Advertisement." We Solicit Your Patronage and Prom...

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. — 2 July 1914

-r -ip"" f rf V V 'r "' " - ' V"-""""" T " l'fMI-B,l HIU,l.,Ll, i,,, ,-M-wiyfc " "I) l - It II. . .. 1 X v , r r !wr$ THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 11 I ft i I DYNRMITEJTOJHEGK FIRE 1,000 H0ME8 DESTROYED AT SA LEM, MASS. New French Catholic Church and Many Colonial Homes Destroyed Loss $20,000,000. Boston, MnBS. Tlio most dlsas troua conflagration In Now England elnco tho wiping out of Chelsea broke out In Salem, spread with rapidity and consumed 1,000 buildings and many faotorlcs., Dynamiting had to bo re eorted to. A second blaze added to tho terror of tho Inhabitants. Four companies of militia and police from noarby cities have been called out to preserve order. Every piece of apparatus within tho limits of safety has been called from nearby points, Including three pieces from BoBton. A square mile has been burned over, with loss of moro than $20,000,000. Tho exclusive residential section along Lafayette street crumbled be fore the flames. Tho now big French Catholic church ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 July 1914

' w ni"i -"U'- ("" SW" ', v VI'' f Jtr'ff- -ff-lp-).-- f"VTSS! Wsp - J& 'i"'- ''.,- THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTL, MISSOURI. "Jis - w iL. MOULD IMPRQV 4 SCHOOL BOIL EToo Many in Missouri Are of Primitive Type, Says Inspector. MFAVQRS STATE SUPERVISION ?:8tate Superintendent Backs Prof. Reavls In Demand for Modern Heating and Ventilating In Country Institutions. Jefferson City. On the strength of ;a recent report of Professor Georgo "W. Reavls, stato inspector of rural schools, Stato Superintendent of .'Schools William P. Evans has mapped out a campaign for modern construc tion of country school houses, which :are, according to tho findings of Pro- i lessor Hoavls, too often of tho primi tive type of four walls, a roof and ;a floor imperfectly heated, lighted and ventilated and equipped with tho crudest of furnlturo and appliances. Mr. Reavis thinks a law should bo enactod by the next sossion of the .general assembly fixing a standard for the construction of country school .houses. He ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 July 1914

.irip.lilii,l,liMy.,.lt,,lj,,, ywwaiwn,wln,l;Mtw.i(iii . mi.B$asalSZ25?it , l THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo are authorized to announce the following' candidates, subject to tho primary election, August 4, 1014. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County Ticket. J For Representative: VON MAYES. """" JAMES F. SMYTH. , For Prosecuting Attorney : ,T C. E. BRAGG. For Circuit Clork: 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 Probato Judge, Pemiscot Co: J. M. BRASHER. A. J. CROWE. For Presiding Judge, Poraiscot Co: CHAS. W. SHIELDS. W. ASA GREEN. M. E. (Tobo) DUNAVANT. For Associate Judge, 1st District: J. M. BALL. W. E. BROWN. For Justice of tho Peace, Hayti Township: ED. GOTCHER. F. M. GWIN. W. TARKINGTON. J. F. SCOTT. W. For Constable, Hayti Township: W. F. COOK. TOM CURTNER W. J. SCHILLING. FRED WILLIAMS. For Constable, Concord Township: R, D. SANDERS. UILDIN MATERI...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 July 1914

! vp?' wrsffi??M wAyyp',yvtt!i-- 4, ? V 9 t. 'i THE m j4 il VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THUJEDAY, JULY 9, 1914. NO. 35. ., - w HERALD llr 1 Itl i s Kbai oss 1 W I MISSOURI CROP REPORT. Columbia, Mo., July 3, 1914. The following report, showing .Missouri crop conditions on July 1, was issued today from thcof J'icn of the secretary .of the Mis souri State Board of Agriculture: The lust day of June brought to Missouri a much-needed rain, putting smiles on the faces of our people and promising "simolc oiis" for our purses. As a result our hopes have gone up like a sky rocket, and Independence Day becomes also a day of thanksgiv ing. The close of the mouth was in pleasing contrast to the long xiege of heat and drouth to which most of the State had been sub jected. On June 30 and the night following 1.1)8 inches of rain fell in Columbia, while the precipita tion was heavier at some points. Practically the entire State, ex cept parts of the southeastern section, received ruin more than for th...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 July 1914

wr,,,"l!"-- fiyyprRn-iifTijrTi n r n j iyrrr.raifawifcMrJrf4H f21 u V .V. T . I " . - . W "' ' 11 The great Capo Cod ship canal, which will bo of Immense service to coastwise trafllc, is now not far from completion. This photograph of a section of the canal near Bournemouth, Mass., shows in tho background a dyke 1hat must bo dynamited before vessels can pass through. MIT I suffrage GREAT BRITAIN Conditions in England Undoubtedly Are Rapidly Verging to the Point Where a Bitter and Merciless War Will Be Waged "Let Them Die," Is Becoming Slogan of Englishmen Regard ing Imprisoned Women Who Refuse to Eat. London. "Let them die!" Ves, but -will they die unavenged? Will tho fa--talitles bo all on ono side? These ore tho questions oorious Englishmen ask themselves today and tho answers are jiot comforting. Militant BUfrragettlsm Is undoubtedly verging rapidly to open .bloodshed. Mrs. Pankhurst onco said that to mako on Englishman pay attention to .anything you must hit him between tho eyes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 July 1914

p-spgll t V Jf- t -.T4 " " "Wi"1? ""W? ITlHrVIHQ3MSIKR i r. V n. r jev.,- , oj w ?. THE HAYTI. HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI - ' "n A n y r?.! M I Si Iffi 1 I ;r i Ml "115" IN JAPAN People of the Orient Very Fond of the Amusement First-Class Theaters Havo Been Erect ed and Plays Are Produced With Every Possible Attention to Details. Many of tho motion plcturo theaters In Japan, particularly In Toklo, where there are over a hundred, are qulto na elegant as some to be found In any American city. You can secure ad mission for as low as five cents up to ns high as GO cents. In the cheaper portions of most theaters, tho natives fait cross-legged on tho floor in char acteristic Japanese fashion. They re inovo their Bhoos before entering and an attendant tnkos chargo of theso. Both American and European pic tures are shown, but the principal at traction is a long Japanoso play, "which Is presented In a very unique fashion. In fact, it may no said that jtho Japanese havo real talking pic tures. T...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 July 1914

pyywymjiwfclw, ",'-',',"',w" ( . . .i . T"T,irrj'MMwrawwww, 1 - " --"q--'-ii TrF-nrrnvniffal 2KSa3S3KefliJwwsproBW JtWrtaMflrtMMi4iwwwwii ifc I p THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. M: I r ti i- f B . 3B1 Blemlihci Caaseil By Garmi JU Qtras irt andir Ifea ikln or In a broken pte, tnd It 1 htrt 10 git rid of thtm. put lores or ptmpl follow. DR. BELL'S Antiseptic Salve oon diitror thtio cirmi and kpt them cslein and hiallhr untirmtura hrtli. Ui. II on tb face, Una, In th. noi, nrwhr. for II ll CLliAtVr PURE AUo HEAtlNO. TaU It Br Tha B.U" T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon Office phono 50. Roaldonco 60. tlAYTI, - - - MIB80UBI. F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, ... Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayfi, Missouri VON MAYES L-AWYEF-R Hayti, - - Mo. Olllce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil BaaineBs Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Oaruthebsville, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty ATTORNEYS...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 July 1914

9, t r- - I"w A -rvmmrw " f THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914. NO. 35 '"-wye 1 m ? 3fc. l.t r $ r if ii Discriminating Hocus-Pocus. "Making fish of ono and fowl of another." In his character-blacking issue of June 5, wherein he, Old 0. N. Walker, accused the men upon the bond of the cashier of the failed Pemiscot County Bank of "fleecing," "robbing," "stealing" men got into DISRKPUTAHL12 com pany, and it appears that this has been the CASE with Mr. Musgrave. His liability was placed at something near $11,000. Of this he has paid the county $8,000 and owes a balance of $3,000 in ninety day payments. WE have made a careful investiga tion of Mr. Musgrave's business and private affairs, so far as was neces sary to get a fair understanding of WE r from that institution funds to the the character of the man and amount of $442,000 and stating ' nd Mm absolutely clean. It is that he would continue his "at- u NfATB "V vSrf , i, A, ,,,. ; that HE has been ASSOCI...

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. — 9 July 1914

n$m&tsa8tm!iimtittMrj&iHi!te THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. II 11 M BASE BALL NEWS By the Reporter As much as we regret it we are compelled to leave out the tabulated statement of the games of base ball July 4 and a. The game between Senath and Hayti, at the Hayti park on July 1, resulted in 15 to 3 in favor of Hayti. On July ."), at the Hayti pari:, the game between Caruthersville and Hayti resulted in 4 to 15 in fa vor of Caruthersville. The average for the members of the Hayti team is as follows: IMayers Yount Hicks Hrittin Foley I ..a mud in Wilbanks (J win .1. Oates Deal Vaughn S Oates Walters Malone Chatara Myers Kllliston Wilson Wells Total G Ab H K Av 1 n 4 1 800 r. h n :i 750 20 11 3 550 14 2 1 500 'J 4 3 1 500 (' 23 0 15 HBO 15 U 5 .'. 1557 (5 25 H 4 .'20 (J 2(5 H 4 0M 5 (') 2 2 2-SH 4 18 5 5 278 14 10 250 1110 250 14 10 250 2 5 10 200 5 18 :5 I 107 (5 25 ',' 0 120 5 19 2 5 105 215 71 43 30B A Happy Farmer. A cerlain class of newspaper men assert that a farmer ...

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. — 9 July 1914

-t-rt- ), (",? if,PMW f l',VVf,WS ff Wf -.1 n ' --4 THE HAYTI HERAUD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. JM ffi xw ftlVJ I is Sickness M Sift j? A Nln ol or n Sin of Omission? Or HolliT Wo trantgreM Nature's law, tho Liver itrlkcn, tnen iro omit or neglect until wo nclio or sicken. Loosen tho dammed-Up bile. Keep It loose with tho old time-tried Miy Apple Hoot, d'odophyllin.) Podopbyllln with tho grlpo taken oat Is called U UBKRtW EDITORIAL COMMENT AND NEWS. .TRAITMAMS DRUG STORE ja offers the public the very best, purest and freshest drugs to be found upon 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. "SHARP DUCK" CAUGHT. There is a "sharp duck" In Caruth- , orsvlllo who manipulates deals and always stays in the background. Wo , have seen shrewder old rats than iio caught in traps from which they could not extricafo themselves Cha...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 July 1914

.uiegmHiiuiuual!. w9sssswjBte mrMurinvaKCi tw -5-vif-r-y'?(r-7" Y-" ?vaP - W ft THE HAYTI HERALD, HA.YTI, MISSOURI. HUERTA RENAMED FEW GO 10 POLLS WAR MINISTER BLANQUET BE. LIEVED TO HAVE BEEN MADE "VICE PRESIDENT." CONGRESSMEN TO HOLD OVER Balloting Lightest In Years, With Al most Complete Abstention From Voting In Capital Washing ton Awaits Results. Mexico City, Mex. Elections for president, .vlco president, deputies and senators were held in that portion ol the republic controlled by tbo Die tator Huerta. In Mexico City, there was an almost complete abstention from voting and Indifference was mani fested everywhere. Gon. Huerta appeared to bo the fa- rarlto candidato for the presidency, end eGn. Blnnquet, the present war minister, for tho vlco presidency. Huerta, it is reported, received a rlrtually unanimous vote of confl' dence. Tho returns Indicate tho re election of all present members of the chamber of deputies and the tsennte. Tho lightest voto in many years was cast both i...

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

nr'-isf'.Wl J-j toy "' " '," ''Iff. . ?4 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ' if IIG I). S. FLEET FORCED TO PLAY SECOND FIDDLE ofeVflffinflre a lftra Omit ntifnonlnrt lf7jrWllllil U Ul U U Wl UC UUU CMIlWU by the British. iHAVE NO ADMIRAL IN NAVY f Mexico Situation Callo Attontlon to Policy by Which Amorlcan Preatlgo la Sacrificed Clash nt Port Narrowly Averted. Vera Cruz, Mexico. Mobilizing tho Atlantic fleet off Vera Cruz has dis closed an astounding situation In tho Amorlcan navy, Hays James D. Wood in Chicago Dally Mows. With tho largest floot this nntlon has ovor as erabled for actlvo sorvlco, ono of tho largest any nation has ever had In one port, Its commanding rear admiral Is outranked becauso of seniority by tho British roar admiral, whoso entlro command has been from ono to threo .small cruisers, representing not one twentieth of tho strength of tho Amor lcan battleships. In tho event of any united nctlon Bear Admiral Craddock of tho royal navy would command. Unless there ...

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. — 9 July 1914

- ' ,"m"ltwft .f frffrrhyiit iwrft-TrrrtrfT-tirrr.. .1 n ,rhrT im f t, tuttamaiiHii1tito9.tmimmfmrmHiu.i i u. ,, .-j .,,, j ( rri-n -yf r-Mfii Wiu r i 'i jjmiIiiti..ii ii. i'.i ii ... -- ' .. ' THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Br IS " r I' 1 !f in n 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: C. E. BRAGG. For Circuit Clork: JOHN PARKS. EDWIN S. HUFFMAN. ' For County Court Clork: J. ALBERT HIGH AM. BEN M. TINSLEY. For County Collector: CHAS. R. PIERCE For Recorder: JOHN W. GREEN. For Probata 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, Ilayti Township: ED. GOTCHER. F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINGTON. . J. F. SCOTT. For Constable,...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 July 1914

, -, v " - js V -,; -rv.1u U , , .j i i m j CffSS'tiVAtW!?)!?; ly.nWttI.l v. jtwr - - W rtfrltt , liJTUt r. - -;7r-(- . .. -7' r wrr V'"W "j, L v I VI 1 Mil, VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 16. 1914. STO, 36. H'Wqpga(wa(Hwwti" ; (,. ; jttjv"wtfi!&qiisii'rT . 1-.,-v,. -TJ- HAYTi HERALD $675,000 LIABILITIES. John E. Franklin, until six weeks ago president of the Bank, era' Trust Company, lias turned over for liquidation all of his as sets to a committee representing his creditors, and last Thursday departed for his home in Colorado Springs. E. II. Angert, of the law firm of Jones, Hoeker. Ilawcs : Angert, representing the cred itors, Thursday said he thought the assets would be liquidated without appreciable loss to any mo of the twenty-five banks with which Franklin hud loans. John A. Hope, Franklin's per sonal attorney, told a reporter for the St. Louis Times he could not give definitely the total of Frank lin's indirect obligations, such as note endorsements, but they w...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 July 1914

$T ananilfti'im 1 1 minium"! luTTjuirnMiTWiy nmn'iirnm ir'in -ir ' ' rt .i-iirTMinnirnii.. ift$jt wrm . jfrf irtfVrPMC - ktaSff ai.Mi mHuiMt ,..-"cWfc-Sc r airwriM' . U. THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. VJU WnWU itemwtu'iMLiijMiiijiawtMtiijiiw(Mtl,jMUiIJJ,,tju,1 M . I" i A PROTEST OVER CAPITOL STONE Unsuccessful Bidders Believe Contractors Got Tec Much by Compromise. COMMISSIONERS ARE O.VIDED At Least Two of Them Said to Favor Reconsideration of Action Authoriz ing Changes in the Stone Contract. Jofferson City. It wan stated hero tho other day that eomo of the con tractors who were unsuccessful bid ders for the construction of the new etate capitol are likely to protest over the changes made recently in tho stone contract undor which a treaty of peace wna patched up be tween the John Gill & Sons Construc tion Company and tho capitol com missioners. It in known that two ot the four commissioners, Theodore Lacaft and J. C. A. Hiller, arc not sat isfied with the changes and may s...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 July 1914

r jfTR THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI r. J I jots; ".Ira titt 35s ir. t 1 5Ol0HH604m40IOHOfO4OfOKmHamHaKHH0HHO4 New Indian Animal Stories When the Rabbit Got Tired Pi" By JOHN M. Of040fO0HOHHHOOIOKHaK404000 -- . . . Children, Color Up This (Copyright, 1914, liv the JlcCluro News paper Syndicate.) Long timo ago, before the Indian ball players went on the field to play, the old men used to come to the camp fire after dark and lift the lid of the pot and drop something In to cook. And while- the thing in the pot was boiling, the little boys would crowd up close to the old men and listen to the story of the great race between the rabbit and the terrapin. It is a very old story, and the old men would tell it this way: "Now, you listen close to what the pot sings when it begins to smoke. Can't you hear it say M1, mi, ml, mi!' just liko a rabbit when he runs so fast and so far that ho can't go another step and has to lie down? "Well, in those days, the rabbit bragged about how fast he c...

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