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

T-. JlMtiifl I ss.-l.rM sWWV'UfMWW wftgt-wyw!iwirwr'i'Nt'i"''i"'''''' THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. m.wn nmm i"r """"ri"'"z STATE'S BALANCE GROWS SMALLER Annual Disbursement of School Fund in September the Cause. $5,000,000 STILL ON HAND J Durlno List Month the Receiots Were ' I 1 ! ! o ,! $397,193.08 Treasurer's Report ,hnlv. w,rioUR Fund In Shows Various Funds in Good Condition Jefferson City. Disbursement of the annual apportionment of the state school fund to the several counties during September out of the general balance in the state treasury was .something like $2,000,000 In a statement Hied with Governor Major at the close of business Sep tember 30, Treasurer K. P. Deal shows the condition, and transaction of tho treasury for the month as fol lows: Balance on hand August HI, $7,100, 413.37. Uecoipts during the month of Sep tember, $397,193.08. Disbursements, $2,420,319.4::. Halnneo on baud September 30, ?5, 071,287.02. The balance in the general revenue fund is ?13U.ilU...

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. — 8 October 1914

"""- "-"WiKST v, ,...,v ,.,,,. (W -V'TStjFJSfWif '.jT .-, THE HAYTI HE&A'LD; MAYTT, MISSOURI IULESAVES15MEN kind Animal Leads Zinc Miners to Safety After Webb City Cave-in. JAUGHT FAR UNDER GROUND d Roofe 0 Three Drifts on 250-Foot Level Fall Without Warning Several Injured. HELPS BUYER AND SELLER Federal Agent atN State Fair Explains How Parcel Post Eliminates the Middleman. As by a miracle, tlicro was no loss f lifo when fifty zinc minors wero light in tho drifts of tho American lnc, Load and Smelting Company, at .'ebb City, when the roofsof mines os. 1,2 and 3 caved In. Thirty acres f ground caved to the working levels ti- . .... . . szoii leet dciow. All the men nave ucen rescued ? wiiuo mere wore no men at won; in 'fijhese mines, tho rush or air through ho drifts of four other connected fauinoK canlnrml mill linffntnd men vT(fTfi tncf rnnlfa nrwl 1in rnr-fni1 nnrlw nf fVsuiiInn llinlinra. M"nst. nf flinstn Ininrpil. $t is believed, woro hurt In this way. . un'1 ,InrSr '0W1'...

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. — 8 October 1914

rtl''MHllllMMtflllKlil&BfctC &l V'V'''" flriftniiwwiwW "l""1"- ' mi wiiii ii '. wii-ii yjf jA-JW r THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. " W W WIWIMUtMHilW I.. iimChW"ilH'illll'n I Statement of Ownership, Management, Circulation, etc., of The Hayti Herald, published weekly, at Haytl, Missouri, required by tho Act of August 24, 1012. Editor, Wm. York, Haytl, Mo. Publisher, Wm. York, Haytl, Mo. Mortgagees: Fred Morgan, Haytl, Mo. .1. S. Wuhl, Caruthorsvllle, Mo. Wm. YORK. Sworn to and subscribed before mo this 2nd day of October, 1014. seal J. M. ARGO, Notary Public. My commission expires July 7, 1017. J. V. POLLOCK Contractor and Builder All kinds of concrete and brick work done In workmanliko manner. Esti mates and plans furnished. Paul Hayes, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Winnie Gwin, was quite ill a few days last week, at tho homo of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M, Gwin, but is now convalescent. "Blllken Shoes" are scllinp fast. Como early and got correct sizes, at Buck...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 October 1914

- -.. (t 'Tvijflr,l7-j',-"w"?i1BW'(ll,J:' r.?!'K -,& y'-ii 1 BUto Historical SoolotyB? ",: r I IV THE nA ill it ir 'r(f HERALD I '.' I IV m ft- f ss? ,".; 1-I II m h ." VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914. THE REASON WHY? Old Chameleon Nutty Walker in his last issue of The Turncoat, alias The Critic, tried to fool somebody into believing that ho acted upon honor in politics once in his life, but his belabored ef fort is humorous to those famil iar with tile little affair he refers to. Some years ago when he was located at Portagoville running a false-pretense democratic paper he says he refused a split offer from "Con" Roach, secretary of state, to advertise the constitu tional amendments, provided he would support .Joe Russell for congress. We remember well what a roar Old Chameleon made about the matter at that time, but it took time for us to learn the facts, which are as follows: He tried to graft Russell or Rus sell's friends for $1,000, and fail ing in this...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 October 1914

juaataMH4MMIMMIIWH thikt MHiMMiBirfiMMdiiaBtfiU'y'l'' THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. ALLIES EXTEND MULE FRONT BRESLAU MAY BE BESIEGED BY RUSSIANS BATTLE OF SOISSONS BY WRITER M sepMrmm.0Kt S SEEN firing urn H INTO BEGIUM BRITAIN TALKS OF RAISING AN ARMY OF TWO MILLION MORE MEN. AIRMEN DROP TWENTY BOMBS ON PARIS, KILL 4 Antwarp Defender Safely Reach Os tend In Flight to France Conquer ors Tell Belgians Capital May Bo Demolished If They Do Not Refrain From Hostile Acts Germans Beat, en Back and Cavalry Defeated in "Violent Assaults Germans Pur sue Belgian King. London, Erg The kaiser 5s inak- ' r.K every cf'irt to - take King Al liert of Reiium a prisoner. Ger- .man trocrs :.ro advancing hwlftlj to ward Os.ud, rfcoiiing li ii dispatch from tho Il.iguc. T 10 Germans, it is said, Jin iii'uind with the hope of capturing ., i only tho king, but the i queen and tlje government f:tili in ah well. Them Is tn! of Earl Kitelirnrr I raisin; an annj or 2,000,000, hiMcad i of 1,000,000 to ini...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 October 1914

M$1 V. JI THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. s I tK m IWi !M$ W K ES i li I m I Hfl yl 4 o ; 1 Capes Practical and &H. JIMIPit lilPri l''T' Ut" sIlill -JS'T'f4rM ' ' &il W vasC tmBBmmsmz I 4P& isnra -v ?? c APES thiit arc leally practical arc those inside in three-quarter length, well fitted about the shoul ders and full about the bottom. They arc roomy,' without being cumber come, and they are comfortable. Hut the cape, plain and simple, is not as well liked for general wear as the capelike jacket and those combina tions of cape and coat or cape and Jacket, which costume makers have seized upon for making new effects in wraps. The long, full cape is an ideal gar ment for evening year. For this pur pose it 1b developed in many fabrics. Hhick velvet, lined with white satin or brocades, and white silk or satin draped with black lace make them selves a place of honor hi wraps for jvenjng or other full dress, Often handsome furs in deep collars appear on these as on other br...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 October 1914

f, , - iiwwjiiMt.mrcrTyrxr.attaasaviiii i iiiwiiMiyiiwigffiijwaeaaaaaaaaaai i THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI,, MISSOURI. sar.8.K.; T. J. TRAUTMANN rhyflicinn nnd Surgeon OfDco phono 50. KfHidonco GO. HAYTI, - - MlBBOURI. F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, ... Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES L-AWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Ofllce: Koora 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pomiacot Co. All Kinds of Civil jSaalness Promptly ymenaeu to Office in Court Houbo Caruthkrsville, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in nil the courts Offlco Over Post Office Caruthersville, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEBE Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE lies. Phone 28 Office Phone 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING J. M. AEROO Notary Public Res. Phone 96 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI pIRE JNSURANCE Tf-mrs good L. C. AVERILL BOB BROOKS Moves Houses, Drives and Repairs Pumps. Will o anywhere in the county and do all work p...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 October 1914

- , .- r ' " ' "t" j iff-?!iWrt4 VJR1!: mr .TV. 1 1 o n "! THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI., MISSOURI. 4. ?8 :3 ' 1$ IV?' "HI SK I'Vt 3XV I Ivv if 7 if (Iff. B i a iii ivil m t, Ji, .'! J ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If Yon Do Not See it Here it is Theodore Klinlchardt was in from the farm Saturday. Dnrk brown sugar the kind that makes good svrup, at Buckley's. 48tf Jake Williams of Dry Bayou was a Hayti visitor Saturday. The best stove jiipe anil adjustable elbows at Buckley's. 4lf S. E. Redman of Holland was ' in this city Saturdny. WIIAT OTHERS SAY. Please ship ua two more cases of buckman's medicated salt BRICK. Wo aro needing it badly. ho please rush It all you can. This Is the best think' (or stock we have found and every body 1b wanting It. B. P. MOORE & SON. Mitchell, La., April 11, 1911. For Sale By L. C. AVER-ILL, Hayti, Mo. GILL-HILL DRUG CO., Caruth- ersville, Mo. STIWOOi The Barrels Yif and Lugs of i , STEVENS VH 7 Double and Single Barrel SHOTGUNS aredrup foredln onepieee t ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 October 1914

rmwuig -imnitUi.oihnfWwri'riwirii aiBMB8feCi &aunttMwm jwMjM'ijiffl3SS8Jfj i ;i i 8 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTT, MISSOURI i j.Tr. .T.7T--fw. ,..- , T Iv, t , ' r I 4 ? ) if '! rf BOARD WILL RATE CASE OCT. 2 (Railroads to bo Given Oppor tunity to Present Reasons For Increase. TO BE CONSIDERED Oil MERITS Ultimate Decision on Application Will Not Be Affected by Recent Ruling of Public Service Commission. Jefferson City. An order has been mnde by tlio public service commis sion fixing October 27 us the date for hearing the pleas of the Missouri railroads for increased freight and passenger rates. The hearing will be held in Jefferson City. As n prelude, the commission will on October 20 conduct n hearing at the Jefferson City office on joint rate schedules on continuous mileage. It was the order issued by the commis sion for tho llllng of joint schedules that brought the application from four teen trunk lines for Increased pas senger and freight rates. While tho commission turned down t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 October 1914

ff&i THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. A"i SCENES AT THE BATTLE OF HOFSTADE -Ml STONE HITS T 3 KILLED 14 HURT x) ACCIDENT HAPPENED ON D. G. R. G. NEAR JUNCTION CITY. COLORADO. RUNNING AT VERY HIGH SPEED Ml s MS1!9 t?rv "? r: "" ' vwgw oj m IW Mil i X ..,iXtW v WWCV". V.A"r'2fiIUMHrMKHr-anKBUHMftaitt&i V. &bk H jUt Jh EsB' Mf jkJKy '' -'' ' V 1; 20-Ton Bowlder Falls From Precipice, Crashing Through Roof and Steol Walls of Day Coach and Smoker. Pel-. ii .oldK'i.) ia the deep tienchcj .ilong the inilwny fioin 'which they lepulsed the (ieinians at the battle of Hof'vdo At the left uro .shown some of tne big llclgiun Held guns which checked the advance of the kaisers troop.-, in the same conllict. TERRIBLE WRECK OF A RED CROSS TRAIN Grand Junction. Colorado. Throe persons were killed and 1-i were injured, several seriously, when a 20-ton bowlder, falling from a. pre cipice, clashed into the day coach and smoker of Denver & Hio Grando passenger train No. It. Tho a"cident ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 October 1914

SSSSteB5yj .mm t-''iVi:rjt"r'i'",n ' wiiiiiwiMiwiiitf!aMiiQggft - - wimiii .j! p . -.JWi.fc THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. j.j.jiHwwiiii "" I ' "" i i i. ii in- r - - - j ' "JU I i ii I v 1 I I f ! i i i- r c . p " I I ! ft ft ,j i The Awakening. "The Democrat wishes to note with satisfaction the unanimity of opinion as expressed by "Ye Editor" Major Bill York and '"Col." Walker as to its getting too much business. The legal rate for advertising is only too much when the other fellow gets it. They never fail to charge it when opportunity presents it self." Twice-a-Week Democrat. This matter is too serious to be waved aside with such cheap twaddle, for the cat is out of the bag and the war-dogs of pub lic opinion are upon its trail. You had as well take the first tree you can climb, for you have been treed. You will have plenty of company and will find your friend, Roach, swinging to a limb like a 'possum holding on with its tail. The tree is going to be badly shaken and few per ...

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. — 22 October 1914

, .wjwrrv 'rw.-1?wjjJgSif BUto Historical WooletyJSJ x JR JUJ Vti THE HAYTI i - . - r-- 'W r ' ,-' ' HERAUD W ',& mM I"S ' i Kff. mi'7 bm 1 li II i VOL. 6. WASHINGTON LETTER. By L. J. Hall. During the past three and one half years the democrats have controlled the House it has placed the following to its credit: The abolition of Cannonism, or one-man legislation, by taking the power to appoint legislative committees from the hands of the Speaker. A thorough reorganization of the clerical force, making it more efficient and economical. The creation of a Department of Labor, giving wage-earners a representative in the President's cabinet. Congressman Russell of the 14th Missouri was ap pointed by Speaker Clark to preside in the Committee on the "Whole during the consideration of this measure. A dredge-workers' law, bring ing all mechanics and laborers engaged 'in river dredging un der the provision of the eight hour law. The establishment of a clearing-house in the Department of L...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 October 1914

J 1 '" " ' ' " ' r-rgrr -.- - ,.sxiMeiii$mmiuM iiMMiwiHMHittirwik .-.., -i.wiffitsv"7-Tt.s.T.rr ww..je?tggnJ Hmrwmri?r' WWrtBttBS33SKC I!? THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. mrtfmm woryw i ' !' 1 r M BATTLE RAGING NEAR DUNKIRK; ALLIES GAINING JFRENCH RECAPTURE ARMEN TIERES AND MAKE GAINS AROUND ARRAS. .KAISER PREPARES FOR STRIKE AT ALLIED LINES .Invaders Pass Furnes, Near Channel and Allies Use Destroyers to Block Enemy's Passage Across Canals London Claims Germans Have Deer Driven Back Thirty Miles at Some Points Other Advances On Lefl Reported by French Belgian Arm Makes Stand on Yser. ' I Iondon. A dispatch from Dunkirk. France, to the Daily Mail, says: "Severe fighting is taking place Heavy firing has been heard . Tt.nV(.i1 II It. pntitmc!iil ftint .In I .lk uijllivil i. il (11114 vstu v11" v Klroyors or gunboats are being used in the cunuls." A Rotterdam' dispatch to tho Dally Mail .says: "A message just received from a German source reports that tho Ger mans are btowecn Funics...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 October 1914

wFvwUflPl k THE HAYTI HERALD.' HAYTI. MISSOURI. .a M IFTER ARSON GANG Merchant Arrested in St. Louis Iff on Charge of Carrying txpiosives. PARTOF GOVERNMENT'S PLAN Abraham N. Fryer Had Previously Been Arrested In Neosho for Attempted Arson. Abraham X. Fryer, owner of a chain of Btores in Illinois and Iowa, wns ar rested at St. Louis recently on a charge of carrying explosives on an interstate passenger train. The ar rest, it was oxplnined, was pnrt of the federal government's efforts to break up nn alleged "arson gang." Fryer previously had been arrested at Neosho, on a chnrgo of attempted arson, lie pleaded guilty and was fined. The Neosho case, it is charged, ' was an attempt to burn the millinery story of Miss Cordelia Ward last Feb ruary. Fryer took Into the store two grips, which ho placed behind the counter. After he left the grips were opened and found to contain gasoline, the authorities declure. Miss Ward told the officers that a man believed to be the leader of an arson ga...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 October 1914

l(,t.4ntrL.TMnArf4 Va. M sm THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. rK5samw I M h- 4 I V $ T. J. TRAUTMANN Fliysicinn and Surgeon OfHco phono 50. Roaldenoo 00. HAYTI, - - MIB80UM. F. A. MAYES Fliysicinn nnd Surgeon Hayti, - - Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Oltice: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting- Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil liaainesa Promptly Attended to Office in Court House OARUTnEIl8VILLE, - MI880URI duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in all tho courts Office Over Poet Office Caruthersville, Mo. Phone 158. THE HAYTI HEKALD PUDM8IIKD EVERY THURSDAY, BY WILLIAM YORK, EDITOR AND PUB. TKRM8 OP flUH8CRIPTION: 81.00 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE ENTERED AT TUB P08TOFPIOE, HAYTI, MISSOURI, AB SECOND CLAB8 MATTER Office in City Hall, Southwest Boom, Hayti, PemiBCOt County, Missouri DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representative: . VON MAYES. For Prosecuting Attornoy: C. E. BRAGG. For Ci...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 October 1914

?&m. BiS-. .' ' " ' r ' ,1 T ' .Al I til THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 3 m W4 i l m LAUNDRY Have your collars, cuffs, shirts, etc., family washings, tnwols and linens laundrled by Ward's Laundry, Leave orders at Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store H. E. CARBAUGH, Agent J. V. POLLOCK Contractor and Builder All kinds of concroto and brick work ' done In workmanlike manner. Kti-, mates and plans furnished. THE MILLION DOLLLAR MYSTERY u At The DORMS THEATRE Hayti, Mo. Every Wednesday Night 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. HAYTI MISSOURI We Solicit Your Patronage and Promise You Good Treatment. FARMERS BANK ? E3AYTI HAYTI, MO. CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 A HOME INSTITUTION WE SELL AT RIGHT PRICES Lumber, Lath, Paint, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Screen Mater...

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. — 22 October 1914

aeuanfntrit aaaiftsa.T(itomi(MSa THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. j . mm Jl ,1-1,1. JlillllUlUlMllWIIM!ltM(BIW c v MISSOURI SIXTH IN PRO Industry Still an Infant inSJate But is Growing Year by Year. RAW MATERIAL IS UNLIMITED Twenty-Seven Plants In State Last Year Had Output of 161,700 Tons Valued at $734,009, Says Bulletin. Jefferson City, .Mo. -Aa infant in dustry of Missouri, one which, year by year, is growing more extensive, uml to tho spreading of which tliero arc no llmitH, is tho manufacturing of lime, a material useful, not nlono in building, but also to chemical works, paper mills, sugar factories, tanneries and to farmers as a fertilizer. A bulle tin of tho Rureau of labor Statistics on tho subject just given out for publi cation by Commissioner John T. Fltz patrick states that Missouri now holds sixtli rank among all states for lime manufacturing, the 191" output amounting to 101,770 tons woith ?7IU, 009. The twenty-seven Mlbsouri plants, credited with this amount of ll...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 October 1914

"iiwm5Zr'r-Y'i 'A THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTT, MISSOURI si Mi YP I John Wanamaker's Talk on Busi ness Conditions. Depression, Where It Exists, Can Bo Only Temporary Spirit of Opti mism Is the Message That Should Bo Spread. John WunaimUccr talked at a gather ing of business men In Philadelphia tho other day, and Ilia speech lndl- ' catcd that ho can shut IiIb cyea to present discouragement and sco in tho not distant future a vision of te turning good times. ' Ho concedes tho sympathetic effect of the situation in New York so long as tho stock oxchungo remains closed. Tho interests of tho metropolis, ho ' recognizes, aro so wrapped up in financial ownership of lallioads, stocks ' and bonds and financial things gener ally that tho depression lias spread , aa a gieat pall over the greater part of that city. Hut New York, though a great factor in tho business world, Is only one factor. Mr. Wauamakor proceeds: "My great hope indeed, I may fcay, my firm belief today is that this con dition is ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 October 1914

iis&iXBiimiimm&sx&iGEistftaz . ,'Jt !W. .-. THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. OTwssww!wwMU3bwMattca 7nm i 1 ft i if J i y - i H' ! :lj ' f ? f i 8 F J V i. 1 I I' i i! !l SCHOOL NOTES. By W. H JOHNSON, Supt. HONOR KOUj. High School HattieMae Argo, Hugh Harbcrt, Nat uokley, Pearl Chisin, George Sigler, Wal ter Dorrls, Lillie Sprayberry, Bonnie Hart, Blair Buckley. Earl Raybuclc, Isaiah Paris, Bonnie Dates, Joseph Kohn. Miss Jessie Hill's Room Earl McElhcny, Harry Curtner, Carl Sigler, Teddy Argo, Clyde White, Harold Prelim, Arthur Woods, Houston Buckley, Myrtle Robert son, Beatrice Troutt, Alberta Alexander, Floy Whitelock, Iva Alexander, Stella Dorris, Lillian Elliston, Carrie Sigler, Jessie Williams. Miss Ruth Hill's Room An drew Dorris, Gracie Murphy, Robert Creely, Nellie Schmidt, Elsie Perkins, Gladys Chism, Cora Mae Meatte, Sadie Mitchell. Ruth Daley, Henry Ransburgh, Ethel Martin, Grace Rowe, Wes ley Yarbro, Kos Dorris. Miss Cook's Room Emmons Alexander, Mancil Cr...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 October 1914

-nwaj" !- "iwivl " ftl-i swiwvt ' WW'- W'v 5sjJ5 m... . . wi-JOll ,. 2& ; ys HAYTI ' 5 "k & S 4f VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914. NO. 51. l ,"s $jl SV" ttli THE X IJLLiJL .l l j1 J FACTS AND FIGURES. Practically all the cotton raised in Missouri is grown in Dunklin, Pemiscot, New Madrid and Stod dard counties. Dunklin and Pemiscot produce over half the cotton that is produced in the state. So it is only in these f6ur extreme southeastern counties Missouri is suffering from low prices. The price of wheat, corn, cotton and other farm products is controlled by supply and de mand. No administration, whether democratic or republi can, was ever responsible lor the low or high price of any farm product. The average price of cotton under Cleveland's admin istration in 188.") was 9.4 cents; 3880, 10 cents; 1887, 10 cents; J 888, 10.7 cents. Cleveland was president from 1883 to 1888. Harrison became president in 1889, succeeding Cleveland. In Harrison's administrat...

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