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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 10 September 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. — 10 September 1914

Jifl " T - rT-m-ymfir"'vy r "fi-i THE HAYTJ HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. i Ward Dorrls has taken thq lead in bringing fine peaches to to this office, having brought a peach to us Friday that averaged '125- inches in circumference and weighed full 1(5 ounces. It was of the free stone variety, well Jonncd and of excellent quality. From the size and quality of the peaches recently brought to our otnee, it seems our country should develop into a line fruit county. ton 1 THE MILLION DOLLLAR ) MYSTERY At The DORRIS THEATRE Hayti, Mo. Every Wednesday Nighl for 22 successive weeks, in con nection with other good and interesting reels. . The Million Dollar Mystery Solve it and win that $10,000.00 This theatre is thoroughly fire-proof in every way Fine scenery, large stage, , electric fans, electric lights, a seating capacity of 400. DORRIS THEATRE HAYTI MISSOURI We Solicit Your Patronage and Promise You Good Treatment. FARMERS BANK ! HAYTI HAYTI, MO. CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 A HOME INSTITUTION W...

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. — 10 September 1914

i . 1 1 1 1 i i in mi i iiiiwhiiiih njiiiiir ril-im ' ' -".' rrf "Jt -im- - piw - T" y THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. FLEEING FROM THE ADVANCING TEUTON T lilf BENEDICT XV WANTS $100,000,000 TO OFFSET DECREASE IN THE REVENUE CAUSED DY WAR. I i 4 1 , i .- - -, DDCcinrrn & - u gwpwwii81! jj , iv s I IILulULIl - "" ' " J:' -ftlkii WAR TAX MEASURE f i 1 Sir Ab the armies of the kaiser slowly path, with such of their possessions as before abandoning them. Ostend. The advance of the Ger nian right wing is reported checked The Germans hae been obliged to retire on St. Quiun. London. A dispatch to the Renter Telegraph Co. irom Antwerp, reach ing here by way of Ostend, says that it seems that the attempt ot the Ger mans to envelop the lett wing of the allies lias been lrtibtraled. A big force of German cavalry ad vancing on Compeign has been vig orously repulsed and obliged to aban soveral pieces of artillery, the dis patch states. London. That Amiens and La Fere have fallen, that the...

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. — 10 September 1914

'jf' jv-wy-v ivfwiir iTlffJiwP THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTl, MISSOURI TITANIC STRUGGLE AROUND GHARLEROI -AND INS TOLD FROM ALLIES' SIDE (Special cable to "The Chicago Trlbune" from a correspondent whoSo Information was obtained from Brit ish and French sources.) Boulogno. When tho history of tho tremendous strugglo in tho nolghbor hood of Mona and Charlerol a titanic combat lasting flvo days Is written the historian will pen perhaps tho most glorious chapter which has over been or over will bo added to the his tory of British and French arms. When in tho course of timo wo are nhlo to weigh up all tho features of that stupendous combat, In which wero locked tho vast stern forces of Prus sian military autocracy and the pick of British and French military strength, tho forces of freedom; when wo know tho gain and loss tho tragedy and hero Ism of it all, thero will shlno resplen dontly forth a stirring story of mar tial glory which will mako it matter but little which way tho advantage went....

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. — 10 September 1914

K?n- .4fr .',v.rt.j: Mrf lllllli ww nmif6iu hWiiilA4lrta xrt'yii MHMMuaaMKMtWMMlpeiler " l rj - THE HA.YTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. i i f - v' J Trustee's Sale. Whereas, by their certain deed of trust, bearing dato of the 20th day of November, 1011, beinjr duly acknow ledged and recorded In Bccord Trust Book No. 43, at nnfje 207, bolnj? one of the land records of the County of Pemiscot, and State of Missouri, W. J Morris and Mary C. Morris, his wife, and Mrs. Lou Morris, single, widow of W. H. Morris, deceased, conveyed to William Buesching, as trustee, the following described real estate, and improvements, lying, be ing and situate in the County of Pemi scot and Statu of Missouri, to-wit: Their undivided and full interest subject to the deeds of trusts of re cord that remain now unpaid, the west fractional half of section 18, township 19, range VI east, in Big Lake, containing 374.01 acres, and the east half of the northeast quarter of section 25, township 10, north of range J2 oas...

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. — 17 September 1914

SSPIH . r 4m. ,- JV,", tift-fffiWI iT TT ""1 Btata Historical 8oolotr HAYn HERALD lot. Sil tAM VOL.. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMER 17, 1914. 2STO. 45. XrfKitfVffrlSK I u OUR GREATEST DITCH. Tho right-of-way for the larg est ditch in tho county is now being cleared, J. H. Findlay of Memphis having tho contract for the first seven miles being clear ed, aud his camp is now at Kirlc. The right-of-way is 1,087 feet wide, and will accommodate three I ditches, one main ditch l."8 feet wide and 23 feet deep, and two J parallel ditches 100 and 8(3 feet of the Carutnersville Commercial wide respectively. There will be Club, has never lost an opportuni '.100 feet between the main ditch j ty to do what he could for Pemis- und the parallel ditches on either side, and on one side the right-of-way outside of the parallel ditch will be 80 feet and on the other side T7 feet. The three ditches will be connected by laterals. The ditch begins at Wardoll and drains Little River to the Arkansas-...

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. — 17 September 1914

r" V y.i'.iii,,ygKa?!?rviwwjiiiiiuw!W' ?v f -- THE HAYTI HfeRALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. ! if 1 1 AUSTRIAN DAY FIGHT HALTS RUSSIA GENERAL STAFF ANNOUNCES CZAR'S TROOPS ARE DRIVEN BACK FROM LEMBERG. New Russian Forces Operating .Against Gen. Dankl Threatens to Break Line of Communication Petrograd Claims Franz Joseph's Army Over Entire Front Has Been .Beaten or Surrendered Near 100, 000 Prisoners of the 1,000,000 Men Engaged tn 17-Day Battle are Taken. Rotterdam, via London. A dispatch received by tho Wolff, bureau, tUo Ger man nows gathering agency in Borllu, from Vienna, says: "The general staff has announced hat after five daya' hard fighting, tvo Au&trlans drovo back the Russians near Grodek, to the west of Lomborg. "A largo force of Russians is threat ening tho Austrians near RusUa. In addition, now Russian forces operat ing against Gen. Daniel, threatened 1o break the lino of communication "between Gen. Dankol and the force 3i oar Goedok. Dealing with an ene my numerically superi...

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. — 17 September 1914

y?' , jXj.'r- THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTt. MISSOURI ,rt. ljpsSsPPsw? (Hmo004O40CH(HHO4CH0KKf4CHOKmHOKmm3 New Indian Animal Stories How the Wild Boy Conquered the Panther a n By JOHN M. 0KOOKKO00OfOOiOOfCHOOtOfOiO-KHOiOKHO0 T tO. Children, Color Up (Copyright, hy McClurc Newspaper Syndi cate.) Long time ago, in the deep woods beside the river which ran south, a panther lived, and at night lie would talk to bis brothers and Fisters in a olco which sounded liko the cries of a woman in pain. Sometimes a little Indian boy would wake to hear the voice of the panther, and he would sit up in the dark and grip tho hand of his mother. "Hush go to sleep!" tho mother would say. "It is only the Wild Boy whipping the panther. Tomorrow your grandfather will tell you the atory." And always the next morning, as soon as the little boy was wide awake, he would ask the old man to tell the story of tho Wild Roy's fight with tbe jintbcr. And while the new fire was sending blue smoke up above the cook ing pot...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 17 September 1914

1 tVv titsv" V THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Aioiii'imwu"Miw'l''JIjWl'"li""''1"w'"Jv M if! k-l T. J. TRAUTMANN riiysicinn and Surgeon Office phono CO. Roeidonco 60. Hayti, - - - Missouni. F. A. MAYES lMiysicinn and Surgeon Uayti, ... Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Uayti, - - Mo. Oillce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Proaecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil iJaaiiieae Promptly Attended to Office in Court House , OAnUTHERSVILLE, - MISSOURI , r ..- -a DUNGANi &.McCAllTY ATTORNEYS-AT-L.AW ' Will practice in all the courts OIHco Over Pont Office CA.RUTHERSVILLK Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVEMSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Res. Phono 28 Office Phone US OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING J. Notary Public Res. Phone 90 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI pIRE .NSURANCE THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL BOB BROOKS Moves Houses, Drives and Repairs Pumps. Will go anywhere in tho county and do all work promptly and ...

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. — 17 September 1914

vJ'.iaqwl'-i, "&!&$ ""5 "t T" ' PW,. 7 a. V. THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. l. YOUNG BROS. CARNIVAL Young Brothers Carnival Com pany, with their street carnival, arrived in this city Monday, for the week's engagement. The Young Brothers Carnival Com pany have been here so often and are so well known and well liked that there is nothing left for us to say only you will iind them as genial, accommodating and pleas ant on this trip as on their for mer trips. THE MYSTERY At The k DORRIS THEATRE Hayti, Mo. Every Wednesday Night for 22 successive weeks, in con nection with oilier good and interesting reels. The Million Dollar Mystery Solve it and win that $10,009.00 This theatre is thoroughly fire-proof in every way Fine scenery, large stage, electric fans, electric lights, a seating capacity of 400. P. II. Smith, traveling claim agent for the Frisco, was here Friday. 5 or ft doses GOO will hroak any etiso of lover or chills. Prico 23 cents. 37-12 George Merroll was in from th...

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. — 17 September 1914

TJrftrTifrflCT m? r'l'rrtrii THE HAYTI HEALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. t' W I " N Si i, i I). U M I J i 1 NEW COACH AT Ml C. E. Vangent, Former Wiscon sin Star,. to Drill Fresh- men Athletes. BUYING WAR HORSES HERE Agents of British Government Busy Purchasing Anlmalo In St. Loulo and Kansas City. CREAtED A NEW POSITION University Hopes to Get AH Men Students Interested In Some Form of Athletics. C. E. Vnngent, a Wisconsin football j trtur, has been appointed supervisor 01 intramural athletics at the University f MiRRcmri. Ho will be hero this An agent for tho British govern ment, Sir Charles Gunning, n letircd major, Is In Kansas City bujlng cav alry and draft horses for European Eorvlco. r t "1 am working at tho end o tho ; telegraph wire." Sir Charles said, VI I have no idea how many horses will bo i purchased or when they will bo shipped. I am negotiating only witu tho (Juyton & Herrlrtgton Mule Com pany for both draft nnd cavalry horses." John D. Guyton at the Ormund apartments said...

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. — 17 September 1914

'"mmf ,." V THE HAYTI HERALD. HAVTI. MISSOURI. J Iff ,K ' J' M' I; r " n d" m d" ao i id" iUI.' , . f! tic' oil V . I WANT LAND FOR Next General Assembly to be Asked to Buy Valuable Ground. MURE IS BEING DRAFTED Four Hundred Foot Strip Between New Edifice and Executive Man sion Is Needed to Show Off State House. Jefferson City. A proposition to be .presented to the next general assem bly, which convenes in January, 1913, provides for the purchase by the state -of the strip of ground between tho new capltol building and the gover nor's mansion, with a frontage of probably 400 feet along Alain street, which can now bo acquired probably for $130,000, but which will advance to $200,000 when the new $3,000,000 state edifice is completed. Tho now capitol covers so much area that very little of the large tract set asido for it will bo left for park and promenade- purposes when the state building is ready for occupancy. It, is Fointed out that another site is needed for a new state armory, ...

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. — 17 September 1914

BmgnSoimtniWt(iwi!miiCTU ,THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. f I ,' .1 : Advertising Rates. DISPLAY ADVERTISING. Display means any advertising set in advertising typo and dis played. 1 Page one time $10.00 Second time 5.00 Page one time 5.50 Second time 2.75 i Page one time 8.00 Second time 2.00 Smaller space, 1st time, per inch 15 Second time 10 Professional Cards per month 50 ItKADIN'G MATTKK. Reading matter means any thing set in ordinary reading type, or largely consisting of reading or news type. Reading matter, per line 05 Per inch, first inserton... 25 For subsequent insertions 10 The cost of composition must govern the price charged for the first insertion of all advertising, and no fixed price can be made. Mrs. F. M. Gwin and nieces, Misses Violet and Nell Hayes, were pleasant callers at the Her ald office Tuesday. If you have been disappointed time and time again in the fit, style and f i nish of you r clothes wrong' season. J7 " uun i again go this Adler's Collegian Cloth...

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. — 24 September 1914

ff ft -ti t "iflvVM! ' .!, m TTJI7 IOC, 'M i W 1 llrA 111 w ' . &'' vs VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMER 24, 1914. NO. 46. V -ejyrt s?vrt&P- HERALD m SCHOOL NOTES. ByW, H. JOHNSON, Supt. The school board has agreed to buy necessary apparatus and (library equipment to enable us Pto prepare, for approval as a second class high school. It was also announced that a committee had been appointed looking to ward the purchase of a set of the New International Encyclopedia. These steps show the interest our board has in the welfp.re of the boys and girls of this district, and to continue the advancement of the school along progressive lines the board will need the full co-operation of the patrons of this district. Notice to Parents: All child ren who will be six yea rs old be fore January 1st, may be started to school at once. The school board lias decided to place a number of kindergarten chairs in the primary room, making it possible for us to make the above announcement....

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. — 24 September 1914

VrV':'iriT!T3ftMiterfecjl v,r ". WSWsOWiww! .'!'('' . ft A r irsdBlH?r t, a' . gi ,. 1 - ..... r.' .VH t. JPSl MHHIOfnvili iviiivraii !. - ""Yi " " a THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTt, MISSOURI GERMAN RIGHT DRIVEN BACK OVER FRONTIER K0ENIGSBERG, BESIEGED BY THE RUSSIANS CafeEPOR' YOURflfllR H , O S4240 BANK LOOT TWENTY-YEAR-OLD YOUTH SAYS HE WAS FORCED TO AID IN HOMESTEAD HOLDUP. si Si! ALLIES CAPTURE SOUAIN AND ONE THOUSAND PRISONERS, BUT LOSE BRIMONT. & NOW CONSCIENCE STRICKEN Declares He Purposely Ditched Auto In Flight to Chicago Expert Bank Robber Planned and Executed the Job. 100,000 FRESH TROOPS ON WAY TO AID GEN.V0N KLUCK WiiWV OWNER V s 1 1 A I 4 i. f X' I a i I I si 1 15 p 8 SI 'i . i Trenches Flooded and Troops Battlo Waist Deep In Water Magnificent Cathedral Whero Joan of Aro Crowned King Destroyed by Ger man Fire French Government Is Preparing a Protect to the Nations German Wounded Slain In Hos pitals German Assaults fall. Paris. The Germans attempted to 'broalc tho left win...

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. — 24 September 1914

!WY'KSW?r " . x HT .'-" V.rJ-JtiV - vie'vrv7 77v; THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. "i BOYS STEALtNGINE Runaways From Reform School 'Put On Regular. Movio Thriller. IN MAD RAGE FOR FREEDOM Boonvllle Fugitives Seize Locomotive at Sedalla and Drive It At Sixty Miles An Hour. Kscapo from tho reform school at iioonvllle, a wild ride through tho night on a stolen engine, pursued by detectiveH In another engine- and In Imminent danger of being hurled Into a wreck through a dispatcher's orders, wus tho experience recently of four boys, still missing from their Uoon ville home. Seven hoys were in tho party that evaded guardB and lelt the school. Three were recaptured. According to the authorities tho remaining four went to Sedalla. Engine No. 708, onu of tho largest used by the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway, stood in the yards here with steam up. Soon rnil lcad employes lipticed it was moving. Another engino was quickly obtained mul with detectives aboard started in pursuit. Hut the...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 September 1914

r?S 5(SSF?WpKt5W! 5iaicjtee - j THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. i T, J. TRAUTMANN I'hysicinn and Surgeon, Ofllco phono 50, Rnaldonco 60. Qayti, - - Mibsoum. F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon HAYTI, MtBSOUBI S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Uayti, - - Mo. Office: Room 10, Kcystono Bldjj. J. S. GOSSOM Proflocutltig Attorney Pomlacot Co. All Kinds of Civil Business Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Caruthkrbvillk, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in nil the courts Office Over Poet Office Ca.buthersvii.le, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE lies. Phone 28 Cilice Phone 93 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 90 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI pIRE JnSURANCE THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL BOB BROOKS Moves Houses, Drives and Repairs Pumps. Will no anywhere in the county and do all work promptly and as it should be done. Am especially prepare...

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. — 24 September 1914

' -' r-t -"TTSt nW, J s kyi. 1 rT"1T TT1 Inc. HERALD HAY 1 1 ;l VOL. 6. HAYTT, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMER 24, 1914. NO. 46. V i L la About Telling the Truth. A friend was asking us the oth er day how long a newspaper could live and toll all the facts ex actly like they are in every case. Well, really, we can't tell. It is not pleasant and profitable al ways to tell the truth in the col umns of a newspaper. Men who have tried this heretofore al ways come to grief. Only a few days ago the editor of a paper in Indiana grew tired of being call fd a liar and announced that he would tell the truth in the future; and the next issue of the paper contained the following: John Bonin, the lazieb mer chant in town, made a trip to Itollville yesterday. Tom Coyle, our groceryman, is doing a poor business. His store is dirty and dusty. How could he do much? Rev. Styx on last Sunday night preached on "charity." The .sermon was punk. Dave Sonky died at his home in this place Monday. The doc tor ga...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 September 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. — 24 September 1914

', (-$ --$ r i - , T" W VH v -( vv v ,-frtpv, ryftfy vi ttfafjYO'K ,--fj'sQr)?iVJiJ lb: Tjrrr 1 1 ls'V THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ftg m II hi i Herman Sachs, one of the well known fcennott merchants, while on his way to St. Louis, stopped over ijLthis city between trains Saturday night. Mrs. Barnie Swan and children of Konnett visited injihis city last week, and Mr. Swan came over Saturday night to acconv pany them home on Sunday. iLfiBFi BiMlr i There are a hundred and one brands of clothes. Every manufacturer claims his par ticular "make" the best. We'll not banter words. We make a simple request. Have a look at the Autumn Adler's Collegian Clothes We'll be perfectly satisfied with your judgment of their style, character, strength and tone. Business Men's League. Tho business men of this city had a meeting in the city hall Friday afternoon, for the pur pose of talking over tho cotton situation, with the result that they organized a Business Men's League, and elected John T...

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