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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 September 1914

r THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. tt i'.j( 1 m t n Jii u i i RAILROADS ASK FOR 3-CENT RATE ain Lines Join in Application to Public Service Commission. WOULD BOOST FREIGHTS, TOO Missouri Transportation Companies Demand Increases of 25 to 300 Per Cent In Carrying Charges Must Give Hearing. , Jefferson City. All tlio mnln lino railroads in .Missouri have filed an ap plication with the atnto public service commission for authority to reinstate the old passenger rates of three cents a mile on main lines nnd four cents on branch lines, and Increase existing freight rates 25 to 300 per cent. 1-ater, and nfter a full investigation which will probably consume months, If not years, the commission will net upon the application. It is deemed practically certain that. If the appli cation is granted by tho commission, Attorney General Barker will insti tute certiorari proceedings In the su premo court, and probably call Into question the very existence of tho state public service commission. T...

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. — 24 September 1914

; v J TS THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. V)j'i' V- '"l" DRIVEN TO ATROCITIES, GERMAN COMMANDER TELLS CORRESPONDENT By E. ALEXANDER POWELL. By Cable to The Chicago Tribune. Headquarters in tho Flold of tho Ninth Imperial Army, Chateau Laforo, near Renalx, Bolglum. Throe weeks ago tho government of Belgium re quested mo to placo boforo tho Ameri can peoplo a list of specific and au thenticated atrocities committed by tho German armies upon Belgian non combatants. Today General von Boehn, com manding tho Ninth Imperial flold army, acting mouthploco of tbo Gor man general staff, has asked me to place before tho American people tho German version of tbo Incidents in question. So far as I am aware I am the only correspondent In tho present war who has motored for an entire day through the ranks" of tho advancing German army, 'who has dined as a guest of tho German army commander and his staff, and who has had tho progress of the army on the march arrested In order to obtain photographs...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 24 September 1914

Tpi;i-f''iiyiv'X'Wlllr',i'!''W4nJ ' jife;' ' " "V' ' ' ' '' " t :)' THE HAYTI HERALD, HAY'i'i, miaauuui. R I a II I i 1 m i . it U i 1 1 .! i I ? & Baby Contest. In the popular baby picture contest, which ended at the Dor ris theatre Monday night the fol lowing were the prize winners, the votes cast being as follows: Parents. Votes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toas ter 10,600 Mr. and Mrs. John La Grand 9,100 Mr. and Mrs. Win. Helm.. 17,440 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Byrd 7,520 Mr. and Mrs. 6 rover Wilson 3,880 The contest was animated on the last two or three nights, and soliciting became so strong that many patrons had their tickets purchased by participants be fore arriving at the theatre. Hare & Dunham, photograph ers, managed the contest. Gorgeous Fireworks in The Cape Two Nights Next Week Cape Girardeau Commercial Club Has Arranged For Brilliant Entertainment. During the Fair and Fall Festivi ties Week in Cape Girardeau, Sep lumbar 30 to October .'I, there will be two nights of Pain's G...

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

' ' 1 - w , .5 WW Vm'KfVfUlfl iocletfl-Wi "1-7 .XT' ? VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914. NO. 47. SHALL THE STATE PAY $500 OR $600 FOR WHAT SHOULD BE DONE FOR $50 OR $100? TV THE hayti HERALD AN APPEAL FOR RIGHT. "Turn on the Calcium Light," Bluffingly Defies the Secre tary of State. "So far as this Department is concerned, you are cordially in vited to turn on the calcium light," Thus saith Secretary of State Cornelius Roach. Mr. Roach's invitation was In reply to our letter submitting a price of $100 for advertising the Constitutional Amendments of the State to be voted upon at the (.leneral Election, November 3, and which we have since learned will be furnlshdri at $3.00. it f,0 i,est Wtty to handle tho amendments is to order our printed service. Srrvlce will bo furnished nt regular rates, with un additional Clin rye of $0.00 for the, plates and handling." Western Newspaper Un ion. 224 Walnut Street, St. Louis. In the same letter referred to above, September "J 1,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 October 1914

zm&zrnrx$M THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. mEI. "i Iffl Pi I i 4 fei- 'J . y n ?. m i! .! I Mi 15 n r GERMANS FAIL IN DESPERATE S DAYS ATTACK 'WHOLE INFANTRY IN INCESSANT CHARGES ON ALLIES FAIL TO BREAK LINE. PARIS AND BERLIN CLAIM PROGRESS IN THE CENTER Clival Armies, In Close Contact, Fight ing Desperately With Bayonet, Fall to Gain Appreciably Advantage Kaiser Trying to Prevent Turning of Right Allies Fear Germans Operating on the Meuse May Pierce Verdun Line and Bring Re-Enforcements. London. For thrco days without tiobs.it Ion tlio Germans liavo hurled thoir masses against tho French and Kngllsh along tho entire front In Northern France. The French official view is that these operations, the fiercest that have yet taken place, are l high command, meaning possibly iliroct Instructions from the emperor himself. Their purpose lias been to break through tho allied lines, but both French and Rritiah officiul reports my they have failed. From Paris it Is announced that not onl...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 October 1914

I W ,BWH1 T.UtjK'iWn 3VTflTv"Jlij ,f j-- B i &".' it"7r W; a 'v ' " THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. wi'rt & v?v4vVtV'5p if if Coiffunds" Atiaptod to Smaller. Hats m mtmnu vX .". -:.. " . .JTjT " ''5.,. ,r.v juy uK V &S ''5!1 ' '' Jffii! p"'- y ni&tj. k. sw. w .wy 9iwua c jy "AivosjWfriiywK.oai if ja Rub-No-More is the slogan' 4fite up-to-date woman. She uses RUB-NO-MORE WASHING POWDER because it cleans clothes quickly without rubbing and disinfects them at the same time. RUB -NO -MORE WASHING POWDER is n sudless dirt re mover for clothes. It clean your dishes, sinks, toilets and cleans and sweetens your milk crocks. Il kills germs. It docs not need hot water. RUB-NO-MORE Cnrbo Noptlm Soap far'?' $ AflyV RUB-NOMORE Washing Powder Fivo Cents All Grocers The Rub-No-More Co., Ft.Wayne, Ind. THE most etriking coiffuro which made its appearance in mldsumraet showed the hair brushed back from the face, without curl or wave, and the forehead entirely uncovered. Where the ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 October 1914

mfar a-,MqiMt m IM THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. zrrnffSfn M 16 ? ti m ii n l-S I I J I ft' ft fi so !t ! ii T. J! TRAUTMANN Fhyaicinn nnd Surgeon Office pliouo 50. Kostdonco 60. Hayti, - - - Missoum. F. A. MAYES Physician nud Surgeon Hayti, Missoum S. J JEFFRESS LAWYE11 Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Olllce: Room 10, Keystone BIdg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil riaafness Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Oarutiiersville, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in all the courts Office Over Poet Office Oaruthersville, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Res. Phone 28 Olllce Phone 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 00 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI pIRE JNSURANCE THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL BOB BROOKS Moves Houses, Drives and Repairs Pumps. Will go anywhere in the county and do all work promptly and a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 October 1914

mm THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914. NO. 47. It iw IS w. I. Mi Earl, the four-year-old son of Mrs. Ola Greenwell, died Tuesday night, and was buried Wednesday evening at Woodlawn Cemetery. It seems that since the diptheria scare -there is no minister of the gospel here to be with those aftlicted in their hour of distress, so Mrs. J. P. Scott presided at the funeral, the little one being one of her Sunday school pupils. He died of an asthmatic affection. Fred Morgan has renewed the .subscriptions of his uncle, Car roll Morgan, at Bloom field, and his sisters, Mesdames Zoa Schleicher, Paragould, Ark.; Ida Jackson, Van Buren, Ark., and 10. H. Wallace, Stockton, Calif. Attorney-General Barker will address the democratic voters of I 'omiscot county at Caruthers ville Friday, October 9, and he will tell you all about the doings of the present administration. Joe Foust of Concord was here last Thursday, and informed us that one of the children of Mr. and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 October 1914

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 October 1914

""TOT THE HAYTI HERALD HAYTI, MISSOURI. ? i ' ' B P. M. Johnson of Terry was fhero Saturday, and showed -a keen interest in trying to get now roads and bridges in his ineighborhood. D M, JT 1 on t wait until all the brilliant styles have been selected by other well-dressed men, come now and select your suit or overcoat. There is safety in numbers. Get a fabric and fashion best suited to your needs. Adler's Collegian Clothes in great number can be seen at our store. L KOHN ' D. Sorrel), who has been be hind the counters at Jonn T. Buckley's store for several days, was taken ill again Thursday night, of his old ailment, appen dicitis, and another operation and a long siege in a hospital will likely bo necessary Lot 0, and ports of lots 0, 7 and 8, west of the conl chute, in block l.'i, Oates sreonri addition, for sule at u bargain. A. 0. Hurst, Haytl. 45ltp Fred Morgan, who with several Caruthersville business men, at tended the "cotton convention" at St Louis last week, returned last...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 October 1914

wowwMimts rinwiumpinniyiiiaiimmu,,,!,,,!, wgjpiiwficft. THE HAYTI 'HEkALD, HAYTt. MISSOURI mu0mnnmttmptttmim a m ra COURTS TO BLAME Chief Justice Lamm Approves Public Protosts Against the Law's Delay. ROBS BANK AT DODSON, MO. Lone Bandit Locke Employe In Vault and Escapes wlti $1,260. Police Have No Clue. BEFORE BAR ASSOCIATION Missouri Jurist Declares Bulk Trouble Arises Before Cases Have Been Appealed. of Lawyers should rejoice that n pro test hns gone up from the public ngnlnBt the dolnys of the law, tic cording to Henry Lamm, chief justlco of the Missouri Bar Association in St. Louis lately. The public, ho said, is bent on finding a remedy for the law's delay and this remedy is being 'hammered out on the anvil of public opinion." Tho bulk of delays, lie said, arise in trial courts and not in courts of nppcnl. "Give me right-minded attorneys," said Judge Lamm, "give me trial judges learned In the law and rich In having common sense, fearless men who will hew to tho end of the lin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 October 1914

W? ipu$ftf JJ THE ffAVTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I Pit KS Sfa rJi MS2 SaI'. m m mi mm HAVEr g iff E&ye kwk Kn& erat.. . SiA 3Jm-V izr - sa 1W I BIHHIR GRAIHCROPFOR 1914 THE WKliAT CROP ALONE WILL BE WORTH UPWARDS OF ONE HUNDRED MIL LION DOLLARS. Tho yiold of wheat in WeBteru Cana da for 1914 Id now safely estimated at 135 million bushels. This Is not aB largo as In 1913 but for various r:a sons will not tho farmer considerably moro money. Had It not been for drought that struck some portions of Southern Alberta and Southwestern Saskatchewan, shortly after nocdlng, thero would have been a phenomenal crop and with present prlcoB thero would havo been a year of un precedented prosperity. In a largo dlBtrlct of tho country the crops aro The Above lo a View of a Manitoba Into Mixed fully up to tho average. Tho por tions referred to had ample rainfall and blessed with conditions that put them into a more enviable condition than tho districts first referred to. 'Fortunately In most...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 October 1914

iwiw'iw,Tww'''wtiyT'-f,?7'''T1' T1-1I1 -- - "tk" M- THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTi; MISSOURI. HMlM "lTtf ' ' " """ " I I J U ,4 Buying Cotton. Fred Morgan is now in the cot ton market, buying the farmers' cotton on the market values. He is an old cotton buyer, coining here several years ago to engage in that business for some of our earliest gins, and for several years lie was buyer for the Rob erts Cotton Oil Company. Fred is now buying and sell ing for himself, and Saturday paid as high as 2.65 per hun dred pounds, wliich, when we look back a few years, is not so bad. Twenty years ago this fall, 1894, cotton sold as low as 85 cents per hundred pounds, and about this time of the season it was selling for $1.25 per hun dred pounds. Four years later, 1898. the first load of the season sold for $1.50 per hundred pounds, and about this time of the season had advanced to $1.90 to $2.00 per hundred pounds. Fred is using the Win. J. Lemp Hrewing Company money, whieh, after all, shows that the br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 October 1914

"Ti o-tcttti' myg'Wygm.' ""W Stato Hletorlonl Hoole'vS MUX n ?x THE HAYTI HERALD i VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1914. NO. 48. Viz ft P I- THINK THIS OVER. (by the publicity committkk ) The deeds of the past eighteen months bear favorable compari son with the deeds of other great administrations and other great congresses in other constructive and reconstructive crisis of of American history. It is con servative to say that not since the first congress, when every thing was to be done, has so much been done during a single session of congress. By work ing early and late; by working diligently, conscientiously and courageously throughout two en tire summers and one winter, the Wilson administration with a democratic congress have made good, and these are some of the things that they have done for the American people within the short time they have been in power: 1st. A firm foreign policy, one of "watchful waiting," which prevented a war with Mexico and made impossibl...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 October 1914

"V'l'N.-f- ir .mMifeMlMWwn; iwtttfcu;;; THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. mttrmriKim)!!mnm1twt Of igBttMWUWijwiw J GERMANS TAKE ROYE; FRENCH WIN SOISSONS GERMAN CRUISER OFF CALIFORNIA COAST .ALLIES MASS TROOPS AT ARRAS AND RENEW FLANKING MOVEMENT. CROWN PRINCE DRIVEN NORTH FROM ARGONNE Paris Reports Fighting Along the Somms and Olsc Rivers Is Less Violent, But Tells of Slight Pro gress In the Woevre Region Allies Again Trying to Encircle Von Kluck President Polncare On Way to Front to Address Troops French Take German Trenches. Bordeaux. President I'olncaro la now on his way to visit the allied armies in Northern France. He left here in an automobile, accompanied by Premier Vlvinni uiul Alexander JMllleraud, the mlnlBter of war. The liarty will go first to the headquarters of God. .loffre. tBHMM333 . ; x 'h ?- "v - -14 l y?$k t 11. 1 re 1" . .j- . T. ' i .- '-- ,c-f? -' n ; ' 'j 4v;$ I 1 . h 1 t r M ; ! I? o? $$ t I ' " v i , k v? : . ., lapso of their Invasion of Russia tho .Ocrma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 October 1914

: N-w tqmmrff!r!mnryr t&rf" THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. 13 0 Short Curls Back in Favor EVERY one will welcome tlio re turn, after a brief absence, of "the l'iifcbion for short curls, worn at the bldo of the face, for evening coiffures, and at the back of the head whenever those who like them care to add their charm to the hair dress. They are the easiest and most "fetching" of lit tle finishing touches, when they can be worn at all. It is said by those who ought to know that some women cannot wear curls. Just why this is bo is apparently among the unknow able tilings. Hut every woman can experiment for herself and be influ enced by the result. The little curl may be made at the time the hair is dressed, and of the natural hair. If one has naturally curly hair, it is easy to manage. But few people are so blessed, and the lit tle curl is generally a very satisfac tory bit of artilice. At the hair deal ers short curls are mado in clusters Dominant Note ASHION decrees that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 October 1914

to-t-:b 'iHwmm ir wwBWjwwuwuHMi Wn fawwi tf w ifti t wr m yy jwwifwum w iwmim Mwwawi l. T . wiwym atW! us25ai IHIIiliIHIwu-ijiwiiP--"' THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. tU T. J. TRAUTMANN riiyBicinn and Surgeon ' Office phone 50. Residence 00. Hayti, Missouri. F. A. MAYES Physician ami Surgeon HA.YTI, Missouri ' S. J JFFStESS LAWYER t Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri : VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, Mo. i Olllce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attornoy Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil Easiness Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Oarutherbville, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in all the courts Offlce Over Poet Office Caruthersville, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Kos. Phone 28 Office Phone 93 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING 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 go anywh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 October 1914

- """WtfKgaBUPf J THE HAYTI HERALD P VOL. 0. Ksq. A. l' Parker of Portage villo spent Siiturdiiy in this city. He is tfivin lii Umu nov to the pi-notice of law, and seems to bo pI'OSpLM'OUS. The little child or Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ki'iinon, who has been ill Jor several days, is safely on the road to recovery. Mis I Fat tie Mae Argo went down tol'anithersville Thursday night, to vi.sit relatives and li'iends. Karqiiahiirri, the 2 year-old Mm of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wallc er, who was seriously ill lust we.elc, is improving. The lil'tft-.t line of 25 cent dross ynoiU ever .hct n in llaui, at liuek ''''. 47u Mrs. Alvis Merer and mother, Mrs. CJ. K. .James, of Carutheis ville, visited in this city Thurs day. J. C. (Joad has moved his res t in rant to the southeast corner of the .square, in the next building io the bank brick. Sheriff Stubbleliold of Carnth-1 ersville was attending to the duties ol lus office in this citv Saturday. Tom Simpson was here from C.i ruth'Mvsville Saturday evening,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 October 1914

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 October 1914

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