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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 July 1914

yM m,)ini4niBr" v .1j'ffiSe!r M2p IS3Ut "' I"' yy.,., mum"" - li i i'l"'WTOn,Tir r"i"';j j?5eMM!a? I V Throo mules for salo. Cash or Urao, or will trado for cattle. Sco F. M. Gwln, Hayti. 334t T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon Ofllco phone 50. Residence 60. Hayti, - - Missouri. F. A. MAYES PhjBlcinn and Surgeon Hayti, ... MiaaoUBi S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Otllce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. ' J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co All Kinds of Civil ilaainess Promptly Attended to Office in Court House OAHUTnEnSVILLE, - , MI880URI duncan & Mccarty ATTOIlNEY3-AT-t.AW Will practice in all the courts Office Over Post Office Uauuthersville, Mo. Phone 168. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Res. Phone 28 Office Phono 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING j. iva. Afto Notary Public Res. Phone 00 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI J-ire Jnsurance TttftTS GOOD L. C. AVERILL MRS. JENNIE RANSBURG BA...

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. — 16 July 1914

SV rn... mA Ll THE HAYTI HERALD (-8 VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914. NO. 36. m s if s f m I The River Problem. Mr. John A. Pox, tho socrctary-ninn-,'iKor of tho Mississippi Rlvor Lcvco moclatton, who Is In Washington do Iur everything that ho can to facilitate tho early passage of the pending rivers and harbors bill, reports that tho bill is being delayed by what appears to 1 n a filibuster, and very slow progress is being made. Tho bill was un for i iscussion on Monday, July Cth, when Senator Burton occupied the floor for1 nearly three hours in an attempt to discourage tho whole bill. Senator Hansdell of Louisiana, who has long bt'on familiar with river nnd harbor appropriations, defended the pending bill In answer to Senator Burton, and during the course of tho discussion Senator Gallinger of New Hampshire, Kepubllcan leader in tho Senate, brought in the Mississippi river prob lem, uo sain: "I want to ask the sen ator a real honest, practical question. 'Ve all rec...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 July 1914

'W"'iiifHMnunjiwrww fywj- Jf mnwiMmMi - -Wt- ' iinimminil mi n Wi ilihiliiiliinwwwiiitii.iiiiiiiiimmttudiiiiiiKiiiiiimntl l.nmH 'j minXm inViWumWiirirt'ili eT.llituiitiH trtlilili Iril.i'v'nttt-iWi THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. "''!'MwgMBtwtttiiti.,Vl Ml 11( i si ; -1 .I t ?y I They're Repenting. lb is a good and sufficient cause for all democrats of the Four teenth Congressional District to vote against Al Harty for court ing well, securing the hearty endorsement and support of that rank old socialist-republican, C. N. Walker. Our county demo cratic candidates who fell into his clutches early in the game for the price of their announce ment fees, are repenting m "sackcloth and ashes,1' if we may borrow this expression from the Caruthersville Republican. He kept tickling Mr. Ward until he got his announcement, along with a good list of the other democrats, and it turns out very fortunate for Mr. Ward that the Turncoat is against him; it is al so fortunate he will be for none of...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 July 1914

V3-"TT1 - ,' !WJf 1 f , jry' ?, ' ,fr jrwsmnw J4iii"?IT.'f iV " ' ' ' S," - t !-, THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI.. tsm i SSMft mitt. BSfc ,y. mm rTi? mi mm m & m m 3s S' i 11 m S It as m 1 m si. c $ k S." 'I EDITORIAL COMMENT AND NEWS; Walker was making such a big roar about the county not paying McElheny, now that the $700 blood money he owes McElheny has become due and payable, he should pay it. McElheny needs the money, and, were it not for the distrust people have, in Wal ker ho could .sell the notes, but no one wants a gold brick. ' 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....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 July 1914

ftHum gtg'Waiiaari? ':;.-!. ,r wpreaaaS THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Jin ,.n ' in i ii ' ' i ,t,i i ,1, ,,., 'KsBmniWM!ftete!tl f X Certificate of STATE OP MISSOURI, Department of Stntc. To the Clerk of the County Court, 1'emlscot County: Tho following are the candidates for nomination, given in the order in which they arc filed, to be voted for nt the primary election to be held in the State of Missouri on the first Tuesday in AugUBt, 1914, being the 4th day of August, 1914, who filed written declaration papers as candi dates for nomination in the office of the Secretary of State, and entitled to bo voted for at such primary, as re quired by sections 5856, 5859, 5860, 5862, 5863, Revised Statutes, 1909, viz: For Senator in Congress for Mis souri, representing the Democratic party: William J. Stone, Jefferson City, Mo. William H. Wallace, Kansas City, Mo. John M. Dawson, Kahoka, Mo. For Senator In Congress for Mis souri, representing the Republican party: Polltte Elvins, Elvln...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 July 1914

' "S'ji-ri ' -!liA i " yvA y ' -j"i i THE HAYTI HEKALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI S FILL RENEW PT Mi-Saloon League Plans Cam paign Against St. Joseph Liquor Interests. IONLY FOUR WET SPOTS LEFT Ory Advocates, Headed by Dr.Duch- W& nnll. tn MhIa Rtrnnn Pffrtr tn Eliminate Them. Tho temperanco advocates of St. (Joseph and Buchanan county havo united lor another effort to wipe out the saloons in the county outsldo tho city, against which thoro lone: has been bitter complaint. A petition to the county court for a special elec tion will be filed soon. Dr. Albert Bushnell of Kansas City, assistant state superintendent of the state Anti Saloon League, has been invited to lead the campaign. Several years ago a local option proposition was submitted to the voters of Buchanan county, but waB defeated by a small majority. Since h then a temperance union has been or ganized in practically every voting precinct in the county and tho tem perance people have made numerous K- converts. Buchanan count" ha...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 July 1914

rrs.i. ,--.....iii! awscrcsspr-T- TxakVIV fit. ... . . i .... . ., LZZ3-.?It-(w r '-.aff ' iTM?arygiwiii WW r VWT(fV V' LA- THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI MISSOURI. wwammWUg-CTgayr" ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo aro authorized to announce tho following candidates, subject to tho primary election, August 4, 1914. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 9 For Congress, 14th Cong. District: ALPERD L. HARTY. For Representative: VON MAYES. JAMES F. SMYTH. For Prosecuting Attorney: C. E. BRAGG. For Circuit Clerk: JOHN PARKS. EDWIN S. HUFFMAN. For County Court Clerk: J. ALBERT HIGH AM. BEN M. TINSLiEY. For County Collector: CHAS. R. PIERCE For Recorder: JOHN W. GREEN. For County Treasurer: GEO.. A. LAMB. 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. V. E. BROWN. Km Justice of the Peace, Huyti Township: ED. GOTCHER. F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINGTON. J. F. SCOTT. For Constable, Huyti Town...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

"k "-" fy, r-" W j v d J , " - tf . i HAYTI HERALD f, ' "W a f VOL.6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914. NO. 37. THE IB fJfiSft. ufsSS m m 111 S H ri ft i.?. fsa im AN AFFAIR The county liuancial question is still a perplexing one, iinjl just what would be best to do is still undecided. We are free to confess that since the day the Pemiscot Coun try Bank closed its doors we have been in a quandary about what vas best to do, and we believe the best course was pursued in tne beginning, when the county entered into a compromise by accepting a bond, and tlie fact that the men who signed this bond have not done all they agreed to do does not mean that some of them have not done all they could do. It is to be reg rat ed, however, that some oi the bondsmen have not done what was considered to bo their part. No doubt when this compro mise was reached and these men signed the bond to indemni fy the county against, loss, the transaction was one with , the most honorable intentions. It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

mtonM&t VW y,'ni"w1"wjmiMw'MOyn(Wiy,--'t.w'ji-- -ZZZZZZZZZJS ii i i ""iTi'"i.y ,!&4&f ' '" '' t'""r "l1 !' Mlii'M'i'1" "I'M i".Uwr'H'''-''w -ja .- miKiimwniKNii ii ! f 3 THE HAVTT HRR AT.T HAYTT. MTSSOTJKT. 9 I 1 LI I l ra 1 I. lOlfi 1LE HAS BEEN OFJLOQDSHEO Killing of Madero Marked Begin ning of Despotism. WADE VAIN BOAST TO TAFT Dictator Declared He Would Restore Peace at Onco, but Refusal of United States to Recognize Him Assured Hlo Downfall. Vlctorlano Huorta took oath as pro visional president of Mexico Fobruary 10, 1013, tho day after President Fran cisco L Madoro, Jr., bad boon ar rostod at tho national palaco. Throo dayn later Madero and Joso Maria Pino Suaroz, vice-president, ivero shot to death whllo on a mid Flight rldo under guard from tho pal vce to tlio penitentiary. Tho preclso manner of their death bao never boon explained. Duo of Hnerta'B first acts as provi sional president was to telegraph Will Jam H. TaTt, thon president of tho SJnltod States, tho fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

V" yif-i- 't . V" iuM "532i OOSf STATE Commissioner Fitzpatrick Dis tributing Pamphlet on Mis souri's Resources. TOOK YEAR TO COMPILE FACTS Object of Publication Is to1 Attract Capital and Settlers to State Each County Ie Dwelt Upon Separately. Jefferson City. The state bureau of labor statistics, through the commis sioner, John T. Fitzpatrick, 1b distrib uting its Missouri "booster" pamphlet, which exploits tho resources, advan tages and opportunities of tho Btate. Tho object is to attract capitalists, manufacturers, farmers, horticultur ist!!, miners and other desirable set tlors. Tho publication contains an ex tensive chapter under the caption, "Lure of tho Land," dealing with tho topography, climate and soil of the state. Thero is space given to each county, Kiv.ng the amount of land open for immovement and its worth; what each community is adapted for and produces; population facts; farm sta tistics and other information of value to settlers looking for a locality. Ad vantages ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

"V "... ff'T I gfflVf",'" ' J'if "' i ITT THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. "if" p" 1 .J'i u ll'l It I l M ''A f It 5 1 fi. T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon Ofllco phono CO. Roaldonco 60. Hayti, - - - MIB80UIU. F. A. MAYES lMiysiclnn and Surgeon Hayti, ... MlSSOUHI S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practlco In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Olllce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney. Pemlaoot Co. All Kinds of Olvll tJaaineaa Promptly Attended to Office In Court House OAUUTHER8VILLE, - MISSOURI dungan & Mccarty ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Will practlco in all the courts Office Over Popt Office Caruthersvili,e, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Hits. Phone 28 Office Phone 93 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING I. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 00 HAYTI, Office: City Hall MISSOURI plRE JSSU NSURANCE THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP I have just owned a new blacksmith shop, til blocks east of public squ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

Sj.- m. A VI r rHE HAYTI hIIIaALIJ VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914. NO. 87. Hi HI ffl John Scott has resigned as manager of tho baseball team, and gone a visiting. Some one said ho cleared up $700, all in wind. "Dad" Spencer was elect ed in his place, but failed to qualify, and then John Sturm was elected. John will stay with the boys until the end of pcatime or know the reason why. John LaFont, manager of the White Star Grocery and restau rant, has placed his name upon our honor roll. John is a hustler lor business and is making many friends. The dry weather is now doing great damage; gardens have been comparatively a failure. Cotton has held its own well, but corn is suffering and in some places will almost be a failure. (!ement, lime, brick, chut, and other IniUd'nitf muuii'ial is kept in toi:k ur.tl is for sule by the Iln.vii Ice A: Cold Storage Co. See Chas. Morgan. '20tf Joe Milton of Luxora, Arkan sas, was here Friday and Satur day, visiting and attending to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

T'wWjPti!mw'7"'lt """ rvi'trtfytrr-r'-rvrt"' ifj-,vlfffrf-TVrfifWv,'"i '"VrtFWTWtylP my J , ,. wl THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. "JII ' "3$ A Country Store wanting a real good hollow wire the best and safest gasoline lighting sys tem, real cheap, call on or write the Herald. Sec Me About Your Laundry. 1 have the agency 'for the Ward Steam Laundry. Laundry is sent out on Tuesday and received Saturday. Leave .it ut Dr. Trautmnnn's Drug, Store or phono and I will call tun! i set it. LOUIS l'HIPPS, Agent. I , ' ' DR. TRAUTMANNS DRUG STORE offers the public the very bcsl, 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. I Let Us Figure With You. SUNDRIES A complete line of Drug Sundries, Rubber Goods, Toilet Articles, etc., and Stationery, Candies, To baccos and Cigars. I Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

v THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ZM3S- Certificate of STATE OF MISS0U1U, Department of State. To tho Clerk of the County Court, Pemiscot County: The following nro the candidates for nomination, given In tho order In which they arc filed, to bo voted for at tho primary election to bo held In tho Stato of Missouri on the first Tuesday In August, 1914, being the 4th day of August, 1914, who filed written declaration papers as candi dates for nomination in the office of the Secretary of State, and entitled to bo voted for at such primary, as re quired by sections 58GG, 5859, G8G0, C8G2, 58G3, Revised Statutes, 1909, viz: For Senator in Congress for MIs hourl, representing tho' Democratic pnrty: William J. Stone, Jefferson City, Mo. William H. Wallace, Kansas City, Mo. John M. Dawson, Kahoka, Mn. For Senator In Congress for Mis- hourl, representing the Republican party: l'olitto Elvins, Elvins, Mo. Thomas J. Akins, St. Louis, Mo., 2427 McLaran Avenue. For Senator in Congress for Mis ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

JUIPPJI - . ,.,-". rvt ye" rSgft- i" i THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI 1 6 ve In LltS- pe- In the- eat de- ick- om of be :rop not iber. ttert the next iging City. F79 1 Pur- Hall )f 15 uighn, court-! 11. f coun- or pa- m bis le sup-, walkB Hallj rmltlea by hl urnei Itb. thtf STORM W. Va4 man Canawhd whid 50,000, larlestoi nlng. re blowi telegrap' rakeman a Chesd Into thll n croaseLi . escape! )EMAN sssmakeri remain ie. ts orden -lean ban franco U lod by til connects y A. DoId lno, Mas ero allcg eat inten verBy in tho Unit road. Drop Snyder f. ie now r-fl t the grow around a k. Sttydc 'Ire. "oift. i Method! ew Carol id that 0.000 for erBity if jsework. n agree to the e! . weekly vl id duties irt In this QJELP THE G1BIS in fi Central College to Got Estate of the Rev. VVilli;;m Palmore. YOUNG WOMEN WILL PROFIT r-H-St. Loulo Editor Would Have Them Taucht Practical Subjects to Fit Them for Llfe'o Battle. Tho ostato oC the llav. William Pal more, editor of tho St. Louis Chris tian Advoc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 July 1914

f T"- "W-MiE 'H - W'H-fct. .! i-V i.. THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Ii 5 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo aro authorized to announce tlio following candidates, subject to the primary olcctlon, August 4, 1014. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Congress, 14th Cong. District: ALPERD L. HARTY. For Representative: VON MAYES. JAMES F. SMYTH. For Prosecuting Attorney: C. E. BRAGG. For Circuit Clerk: JOHN PARKS. EDWIN S. HUFFMAN. For County Court Clerk: J. ALBERT BIGHAM. BEN M. TINSTjEY. For County Collector: CllAS. R. PIERCE For Recorder: JOHN W. GREEN. For County Treasurer: GEO. A. LAMB. For Probate Judge, Pemiscot Co: , J. M. BRASHER. A. J. CROWE. Fur Presiding Judge, Pemiscot f'o: CHAS. W. SHIELDS. W. ASA GREEN. A3. E. (Tohe) DUNAVANT. For Associate Judge, 1st District: J. M. BALL. W. E. BROWN. For Justice of the Peace, Muyti Township: ED. GOTCI1ER. F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARICINGTON. J. F. SCOTT. For Constahlo, Hay ti Township: W. F. COOK. TOM CURTNER W. J. SCHILLING. FRED WILLIAMS. For Constable, Concord Towns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 July 1914

aM jf v",wi"v'-f i"'1!' n- ' ,& " ViJMV (vy vj i,ffl!iu'w' iyiim'VSfT' "wv '"Tfwr J it. v j, 4 - - ., fc 8fta Hlitprloal RoeJriy x ,' HAYTI HERALD t V ,r V '- 1 '-,?N m m sa VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914. i NO. 88. TThP SHALL RIGHT PREVAIL? Be suro you are right then k nliuud. David Crookwjt. It is unfortunate Tor tho best interests of the county and drain age district No. 8 in particular, Unit u few radical individuals seemed to have precipitated a condition of atl'air.s that will mukeJ it hard, if not impossible, for good men to restore to a normal basis. t appears that conditions have been worsted, not benefitted. "Several meetings of the land owners of drainage district No. 8 have been hold; conferences with the bondsmen have been had, and aside from gaining considerable information that should have been known before action was 1 aken, we understand no solution of the matter has been obtained. As the situation now stands the bondsmen are placed in a positi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 July 1914

ri I -V 5fT-lT- - -r "---ttfy.y '-'T "'jvvtT''" '.'""' -VpE THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. I Certificate of STATE OF MISSOURI, Department of Stato. To the Clerk of t,ho County Court, Pomlscot County: Tho following nro the candidates for nomination, given In Uio order In which thoy aro filed, to bo votod for nt the primary election to bo hold In tho State of Missouri on tho first Tuesday In August, 1914, bolng tho 4th day of AugUBt, 1914, who filed written declaration papers as candi dates for nomination in tho offico of the Secrotary of Stato, and entitled to bo voted for at auc,h primary, as re quired by sections G856, 5859, 5860, C862, 5863, Revised Statutes, 1909, Viz: For Senator In Congress for Mis aourl, representing tho Democratic party: William J. Stone, Jefferson City, Mo. William H. Wallace, Kansas City, Mo. John M. Dawson, Kahoka, Mo. For Senator In Congress for Mis eourl, representing tho Republican party: Polltto Elvlns, Elvins, Mo. Thomas J. Aklns, St. Louis, Mo., ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 July 1914

"3W,. 1V 9 J ,JH'H jf W" NEW TROLLEY TALK Visit of W. B. McKinley Revives Hope for Cross-State Line in Missouri, OWNS JEFFERSON CITYLINE Citizens of Central Part of State Be lieve This Will Be Used as Nu cleus for Longer Road. William 1). McKinley of Cham paign, 111., head of the Illinois Trac tion system, has heen conferring with commercial clubs of Central Mis souri relative to the possibilities for 6 truction system in Missouri and intimated that ho Is strougly inclined .to build one through that section. The McKinley company owns the Jefferson City system and the plan Is to extend this line from the capital to Fulton, Columbia, Mexico, Fayette and other north central towns. Mr. McKinley recently icturned from a trip to Europe and Is believed to have discussed the financing of a Missouri line with English capitalists. There is a strong belief that if a traction lino is built In Missouri it will be done under the direction of the McKinley system, as all efforts alcng that line by ...

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