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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 October 1914

THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. i I MISER TO RESPECT MONROE DOCTRINE '.NOTIFIES UNITED STATES HE HAS NO DESIGNS ON SOUTH AMERICA. WAR'S RESULT NOTTO AFFECT Germany Attributes Rumoro to En- emieo In Present War, Claiming They Are Designed to Influ- enco Public Opinion. Washington, D. C. Count Borns torff, tho German ambassador to tlio United States, announced that lie had formally communicated to the Wash ington government the determination or Germany to respect Hie Monroe doctrine, whatever the outcome of tho European war. After considerable search his noto to the state department was discov ered, lis text wan not made public, hut its substance was communicated io tho press by Acting Secretary Tensing, who snid: "Tho Gorman ambassador on Sep tember 3, last, in a noto to the de partment of Btate, Btated that he was instructed by his government to deny most emphatically tho rumors to tho effect that Germany intends, in case she comes out victorious in the pres ent war, to Beek expa...

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. — 29 October 1914

V fi rV ',,mto$&rtii 'wrvv.v !4?iW!? A" i 4 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTT. MISSOURI GEN FRENCH REPORTS FIGHTING IN BATTLE OF THE AISNE London. Tho ofTlcIal trcBS bureau issued long reports from Field Mnr Bhal Genoral Sir John French detailing tho operations of tho BrltiBh expedi tionary force in Franco and their prog ress from August 22 to October 18. This covers tho retirement of tho British from Mons southward to tho Seine nnd the advance back to tho IUver Aisne and the first stage of tho desperate encounters along the lino of that river. It was September 5 when tho allies took the offense. Tho report contained this startling lniormntion: "It is a fact that betwon September 12 and October 8 the total of killed, wounded and missing among tho Brit ish expeditionary force has reached CGI officers nnd 12,980 men, proving tho severity of tho struggle In which our troops have been engaged." Following is tho statement Issued by tho press bureau: Sir John French's first report, dated Septem...

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. — 29 October 1914

S?PS!fly"'lVff',"" yj "MWW ' "- 5fF1Rt-, T l-F,fi"'K!rrV7'' Sf--V 5. 19 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. N JPi.J. JJRAPTMANN 1 Fhysicinn and Surgeon Office phono 50. Havti, ij Residence 00. MiBSOuni. F. A. MAYES Physician and Burgeon Hayti, . - - - Missouni , S. J .pZFFRESS . LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - ' Mo. OHlcc: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pomiaoot Co. All Kinds of Civil Baainess Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Oabuthebsville, - Missouri dungan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in all the courts Office Over Poet OlDce Cabuthebsville, 'Mo. Phone 168. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Res. Phone 28 Gdice Phono 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING J. BVL 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 iro anywhere in the county and do all work promptly a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 October 1914

Mv. 4 -if ywpJmiiicR rHE HAYTI JriLLr VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1014. NO. 51. " WiWJfcSSW e- To Our Subscribers. This wool: our solicitor will call upon nmuy of you for the pur pose of soliciting your subscrip tion for smother your. It is not the solicitor's purpose to "dun" you, nor to cause yon the least embarrassment, but merely to ask you to subscribe for the Her ald another year. Of course some of our subscribers are far in arrears, and there may be a The Saloon Keeper's Heart. A few days a no a stranded family from Arkansas, having lour children, stricken with ma laria, came into Hayti, and the daywas cold and disagreeable. While the man was out looking for work the woman and children took up their position on the sidewalk by the big front window of the Scott & Morgan saloon, and soon Mr. Scott's attention low whose names will have to be was attracted to them, and their removed from our books to com-'pitiable condition touched his Watch the "Turncoat" ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 October 1914

THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Did He Lie Then or Now? Everywhere and every time prohibition, loe.il option and liin- dred social questions have been ..,.,, MMi:fi,.. I i.,,,,- .i. .. u made political issues, the result has been discouraging, and, ill-1 stond nl il ,,..,,.no 0! stead ol the measures being benefitted, they have lost ground, Hut of .nniNii tliivi rloiw nnV nal1 Jiutoi coin si. tins does not pre- vent grafters and designing pen- Ille U'lin 11 1'n Milt for tllo nlirmrlit ' pi. w no ni e out loi llie aimigliti , dollar, no matter How tney get it. iroin palming themselves oil on . , the unsuspecting public and Welling them for every dollar in . i , , , . sight. .Just now this game is nought to be played by Chanie- i xi . , , , . loon Mltty Walker of turncoat l.ime, in his .sheet called Tlie Critic." He is aw fully dry now; so dry, in fact, that you can hear his bones rattle - "for revenue only" but that is because the saloon men could no longer bear with his crookedne...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 October 1914

iiViy' lEVM iWjPiV; hC'AM T 7 r 'V? 'S 2 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. i U AUN OR Y llavo youi1 collars, cuffs, shirts, etc.,, family washings, rowels and linens laundrled by Ward's Laundry. Loavo orders at Dr. Trautmnnn's Drug Storo. Who'Honest Since Chameleon Nutty Wal ker and his turncoat sheet, "The Critic," made their advent into Pemiscot county, he has sent up H. E. CARBAUGH, Agent a great howl .about his honesty, and the very thought of a grafter makes him turn green with envy. But he is having a hard time malting the people be lieve he is in earnest. In fact, Kstl- since coming to nayu lie uas 1 J. V. POLLOCK Contractor and Builder All kinds of concrete and brick work tloue in workmanlike manner, mates and plans furnished. I THE MILLION J DOLLLAR P MYSTERY At The DORRIS 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 thoroug...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 October 1914

r .. , 1 '1KfT -wj THE HAYTI HSRALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI, W ? I I t RAILROADS PLEAD WITH GOV. MAJOR President of Missouri Pacific Says Thoy Cannot Exist Under Present Rate. ASSERT A CHANGE IS NEEDED Representatives of Nine Lines Declare Present Revenues Insufficient to Meet Demands and That They Can No LonQcr Borrow. Jefferson City. Representatives of ntno of the main lino railroads of the Btato appeared before Governor Major recently and told him of the finan cial stress under which tho railroads nro laboring and tho necessity for higher rates. Tho governor was told over and over again that tho railroadB of Missouri can not lopg maintain their present standard of efficiency under existing conditions. The rate laws were attacked and Bcveral hard knocks wero lodged against the "through crew bill," an act of tho last legislature which must bo ap proved by the people before it be comes a law. Tho governor was asked to exam ine tho figures and suggestions pre sented to him, with a view to e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 October 1914

T!TSSJ5-4. 4j;. -MtvYfJmiiWMmM s1 i, THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. NEEDS MORE MONEY William Jewell College at Lib erty in Financial Straits, Says Dr. Green. COUNTRY CHURCHES NEEDED iProblem of Rural Congregations Dis cussed at State Baptist Asso ciation at Columbia. Dr. J. P. Green, president o Wll 31am Jewel college, Liberty, told the Missouri Baptist Association at its session In Columbia that tho college would have to close its doors unless "funds for Us maintenance woro forth .coming. In tho last your, ho said, tho col lege hnd suffered a $cr,000 loss.' The report read by the treasurer of the .college, Dr. .1. 12. Cook, showed a de cline in assets, due to loss by fire, Insufficient income and tho struggle to hold on to the Grand Itlver acad emy as a Haptist school. To save tho colleRO it was decided to raise funds from each Missouri Baptist con gregation, but no definite plan was made. Tho rural church problem also came in for discussion by the association. Rev. Grorgo L. H...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 October 1914

Vti . I THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. ttr W Big Cotton Pool a Success. The movement to form a big pool of one hundred and fifty million dollars (150,000,000) to loan on cotton warehouse receipts has now been established. The St. Louis and New York bankers have been particularly active in promoting thepool.and along with other promoters, deserve the thanks of thu country, and the .south in particular. Our exports to foreign countries have been cut nearly in half, so it would have thrown this country into a period of industrial and financial depression to have had the purchasing power of the south so fatally crippled, as would have resulted from its inability to realize on the unsold crop, as 'more than half our cotton is sold abroad, and that market is largely destroyed by the European war. "Biliken Shoes" aro selling fast. Come early anil yet correct sizes, at Tluckloy's. 47t Huston Yarbro, the Concord merchant, was in this city Satur day afternoon. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 November 1914

V'" T M 'iw ' oijvArf"''JViw''rr1' f "'''sfftB 8t"t0 "ftoron, Socloi THE frlS? : ,?! HAYTI HERALD -V I I. i I M VOL.6., SCHOOL NOTES. u.. At li mutirnii r.. Aln,nnmWf,n,,l,.l0IL ' "' 1 r , , . . . ,; J .. ' ed school on Patron'srDay. Short programs wore rendered in each room, the Excelsior and Cicero nian literary societies giving a joint program iu the High School room. It seems that the pro grams in the lower grades drew their share of the crowd; jack o'lanterns, witches, black cats and broom stjeks weie very much in evidence at these pro grams. The recess period was given over to a basket ball game be tween the second team of Ca ruthersville and the second team of this place, resulting in a 13 to 7 score iu fav;or of the visitors. After the children had been dismissed a large number of the patrons met and organised a Patron-Teachers' League. The object of this organization will be to offer a closer co-operation with the teachers and to get in closer touch and sympathy with the sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 November 1914

rap- Sri - t- f ,? THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. WOMEN'S SALARIES SHOW AN INCREASE Higher Cost of Living Causes Raise in Pay, Says State Bulletin. CLERKS GET MOST BENEFIT AGAINST BLANKET BALLOT Stato Supreme Court Decides the Orr Measure Failed to Receive- Ma jority In House. Are Paid 36 Much att School Teachers and Stenographers Average In State Now Is About $43 Per Month. Jefferson City. The increase in the cost of living between 1008 and 101 J, a period of six years, 1ms brought about an increase in salaries for women managers and superintendents, forewomen, bookkeepers, clerks, ste nographers and others in Missouri's 11,029 factories and workshops, which In the Inst fiscal year turned out manufactured products worth $G54,. 613,838, nccording to advance informa tion for the "1914 lied Book" announc ed reconlly. With the state taken as a whole, 1, 788 women stenographers employed in factories and workshops drew an av erage of 543 a month each, an increase In wages over 11)08 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 November 1914

Pyvfw5 -ir f r4' THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. an 75 Wpfp. ''," - -'"(? Hjf! OPTIMISM IN SOUTH Heavy Financial Depression Gradually Being Relieved. ) COTTON GROWERS GET MONEY National Banks Are Reaching Out Helping Hand and Extending Fi nancial Aid to Farmers Loans on Warehouse Receipts. The heartB of the peoplo of the South have been gladdened and n feel ing of optimism Is permeating tho at mosphere. Tho heavy financial de pression which gripped the cotton states during tho early part of Sep tember is gradually being relieved and money is becoming freer. The bank ing institutions of tho southern states aro coming to the aid of the cotton growers with cash, advancing loans on cotton wnrehoUHe receipts. Although it will take some time for tho effect of tho money being put into circulation to bo felt to any great ex tent, the assurance that something is being done to relieve the situation has lent courage to tho business man as well as to tho farmer. Because of tho fact that the ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 November 1914

i-nrw.'Mv1 njs-tjyrojwwA-v y v wjrVn rW np.wwvvv" '.' ''! THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. "qr'.-wvV'.'t 'il H r t I t ? l 5 i t ' ! s T. J. TRAUTMANN ' Physician and Surgoou Ofllce phbuo 60. Residence 60. Hayti, - - Missouri. F. A. MAYES Physician mid Surgoou Hayti, ... MlSBOUIU S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - x Mo. Olllce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil Baalness Promptly Attended to Office in Court HotiBe OARUTHERSVILLE, - MIBBOURI THE HATTIHERALD Published Every Thursday, By ,Wiluam York, Editor and Pub. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION; 81.00 A YEAR, OA8H IN ADVANCE ENTERED AT THE rOBTOFFICE, HAYTI, MISSOURI, AS SECOND CLASS MATTER Ofllco In Oity Hall, 8outhwoat Room, Hayti, Pomiscot County, Missouri dunCxVN & Mccarty ATTORNEYS-AT-tiAW Will practice in nil the courts Ofllce Over Post Office Carutheusville, Mo. Phone" 168. P. S. RAVENSTEIM Notary Public REAL ESTATE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 November 1914

r i".-Wvj)'W,''V';y;1 k n Supplement to THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Vol. 6, No. 52, Nov. 5, 1914. Cotton Crop. The cotton crop this year seems to be unusually large, and it is being harvested early, the crop in Pemiscot county being about half ginned. According to the government's report, sent out by J). E. Greene of Caruthersville, there was 7,429 bales of cotton ginned in this county up to October 18, against 5,709 for the same period last year. Ib'sucms protty generally con ceded that the acreage will be rut down next year, which is as it should be. While Pemiscot county is on the northern limit of the cotton belt, it has been the custom ot our farmers to plant too much cotton and neglect other crops, depending upon buying a great many things with cotton money which should be grown on the farm. Our soil and climate, unlike the soil and climate further south, will pro (i uce almost anything that gi ows, nnd we certainly stand in our own light when we do not prac tice more d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 November 1914

i I i vi m H id v 1 i H 'l T!tw, - ""'A. JSki " v.T&V . m .- i A ,6 - - fVTMto- - Mf;.w.J!?C?i'WiWiTi fr

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 November 1914

. ;.( VW '5fl'r,VJ"Kttl?' ':ii?SSffssBfsSmmfKKmKKKtBfi vw,-v-'--, cr - - ,rwi. ' 'r(,wif spa-jIT-? 'JwBW. - .'f W & N THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. "?" .' '1 For Sale. Eight head of good mules, 2 head of horses, 5 wagons; cash or easy terras. See It. L. Popham Carloton, orllayti. Story begins in the Hayli Herald Thursday, November 19. Pictures begin at the Dorris Thea tre Friday night, November 20. ONE card WON a brido and ruined a life. How? Read THieTrey its By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE Author of "The Fortune Hunter." "The Black Bag," "The Lone Wolf," Etc. The most remarkable moving picture play and story ever written. By far the best work of thi3 master literary work man. A real masterpiece of thrills from start to finish. It will be printed serially in , this paper and you will read it with extreme interest Watch for the Opening Installment as wsKreKaKKagSKasttsia V EJ (Tama f VHea --a-H- WE SELL AT RIGHT PRICESj Lumber, Lath, Paint, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Screen Material Ceme...

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

-T-.-.y rviT"f wry rrt y 'PttE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. J p""" "1 in Ti I Hi flifrfl IWi TURK TROOPS INVADE EGYPT; ENVOYS LEAVE AWAITING A CHARGE OF GERMAN CAVALRY i:r:revealsplot to me u;s; PORTS I-T l 1 1 W ARMY-NAVY JOURNAL ASSERTS OFFICER8 ARE ORDERED TO VERA CRUZ. DECLARES HE SAW PLANS OF POWERS TO SEIZE NEW YORK AND FRISCO. 8ULTAN, IGNORING ULTIMATUM, BRINGS ON WAR WITH THREE POWERS. GEN. FUNSTON NOT WORRIED WOULD BE HELD FOR RANSOM rfc . II; c ic PHEPARING I .. it -i DC mL-axna FOR n MX MOVE PORTE ACCUSES CZAR OF FIRING THE FIRST SHOT Sultan Masses Troops for Invasion of Russia Anglo-French Fleet Is Re ported Awaiting Orders to Bombar. Dardanelles Open Dikes Flood Country and Hamper Germans at Ypres Germans Take Villages on Lys and Lose Them in Day's Fighting. London. Turkey has definitely thrown her lot with Austria and Ger many, nnd If Portugal Is counted, thero now are eleven nations at war, with prospects of three more Greece, Bulgaria and Rumania helng thrown Id. T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 November 1914

' f-rSTHT.'-; 'V " ,& iff V' ' Fi m THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTT, MISSOURI ? AMID SHRAPNEL FIRE WRITER SEES FIERCE CONFLICT ON THE YSER RIVER By EDGAR ANSEL MOWRER. (Correspondent ClilcnRo Dally Nows.) West Plunders, Belgium. For more) than a weok I havo beon at the head quarters of the Belgian army behind the lino of the Rlvor Yser from Nlou port to DIxmudo. I havo seen how the remnants of tho nrmy from Ant werp retreating on tho way to Ostend wore sent to northern Franco to rest and reorganize and how tho rest of tho Belgian forces, being asked to hold tho lines 42 hours, havo actually held it for bIx days, thus preventing a slego of Dunkirk and saving tho French coast from Invasion. Stick to Antwerp to Last. Contrary to what was at first report ed, tho Belgian army left Antwerp only after all the forts except four had been destroyed, and thoao four the defend ers blew up as they hastily evacuated tho town, tho herolo Belgian, General de Gulsel remaining to tho last. Whnt part or t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 November 1914

uj-ri w ITP V. 'r h THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. " h i K '4 r 4 H i 1 TOLLIE WILLIAMS, NEGRO, PAYS DEATH PENALTY! Murdered White Officer Who and tho bootlegger, which proved Had Arrested Him. to bo tho scene of tho killing, took place on the traok of the Mis- Whoso shoddoth man's blood by sissippi Valley railroad at Tyler, man shall hU blood bo shed Gen. 9:0. The evening was growing into When Tollio Williams, negro,; deep dusk when the two met. dropped through the trap of a Hero the officer informed the ne ,,i.,oinor.nn,nlrlni,MiRftniintviero that he was under arrest. jail at Caruthersville Monday evening, the tirst hanging was put upon the records of Pemiscot county's history. Coincident was the fact that Sheriff Mack Stub bletield, tho first republican Then came the shot which robbed Maynorof his life. Without a word of warning the negro fired into the white man's breast. The deed was cold-blooded and cruel. The negro fled from the sheriff ever elected in this county, scene ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 November 1914

"S!5Miir att0 Ml.torionl 8oolotr t.V. tn VM HAYTI HERALD ion. VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914. NO.l. PRATT-WHITE KILLING. Last Friday morning Alouzo Pratt walked into town from the Kiest farm three miles southeast of here, and said that ho had killed J. T. White about an hour before. With Pratt was Irleu Whaley, a 10-year-old boy, who was on the scene of ihe killing. The slory told by Pratt and the Whaley boy made the killing appear as a case of self-defense, and the voluntary surrender of the slayer bore a favorable in lluence for him. On his arrival in town Pratt informed B. F. Allen of the oc currence, and was told to place himself in the hands of Constable W. F. Cook, which he did; then the constable carried Pratt again before Allen, then oflicially jus tice of the peace, and the self confessed slayer was 'permitted to go his way without arrest, guard or bond. All day Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Pratt walked, fhe streets of Hayti free, and was only taken in...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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