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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 November 1914

THE HAYTX HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. MS l ; t. .: ft i! KAISER WITHIN FORTY MILES OF WARSAW GATE GEN. VON HINDENDERG ADVANC ES TWO-THIRDS OF WAY TO , POLISH CAPITAL. NEW BATTLE FRONT FIFTY FIVE MILE LONG, CLAIM Tattle In East Prussia Comes to a Standstill Czar's Men Capture 2,000 Au6trlanB Near Cracow Aus-tro-Hungarlan Troops Take 15,000 Russians Situation In Eastern Theater of War Unchanged, Says Berlin Russ Claims Progress In Gallcla Battles Are Progressing. London, England. News coming from unofficial Bournes shows that the German advance has penetrated farther Into Poland than had heen disclosed previously, and thnt War Bnw 1b threatened for a second time. Gen. von Hindenberg's army has ad vanced as far as the Ixiwls.-Sklernle-wlce lino, which means thnt the Ger mans have covered two-thirds of the ground to the Polish capital, from which they are now only 40 miles distant. Farther south In Poland, however, the Teuton allies nre said to have heen repulsed between Ra doni and Kielce...

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. — 26 November 1914

'r'ip 5v-j.' i,'j t Vk 4 " iafci. v! 3 Y c- THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. tt'J TYPHOID AT FULTON Eleven Gases of Hie Disease at fhe Missouri School for the Deaf. TWO STUDENTS HAVE DIED Water and Milk at Institution Ana lyzed, But No Germs Discovered Vaccination Popular. Two death from typhoid fever have occurred at the Missouri .School for tho Deaf In Fulton during the last few dajs. The two victims of the dis ease were Miss Myrtle Enyart of Kan sas City and Leo Downey of Amoret, Hates county. Both were students in the Institution and each was 19 years old. Eleven other cases of typhoid fever exiat at tho Institution, hut no sufferer Is in a dangerous condition. All students, officials and employes of tho school have been immunized against fever, tho work being done by Dr. C. H. Christian, physician to the Institution. It is believed the infec tion waB introduced into the school from the outside. The water and milk used in the Institution have been ana lyzed by the state bacter...

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. — 26 November 1914

&)iftfsj i I B I' f THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. 'JwwwwaiMjftn'!'TyWwi' I it 1 l! I 1 I i A ' i& f JSa T. J. TRAUTMANN I'hynicinn ami Surgeon Ofllco pliouo CO. Residonco 60. Hayti, MI8SOU1U. F. A. MAYES lMij.sli'inn mill Surgeon Hayti, - - - MI8SOURI S.J JEFFRESS LAWYKR Will Practice In All Courts. tlayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER llayti, - - Mo. Olllce: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. THE HAYTI HEKALD Pom.isiiED Every Thursday, By Wii.uam York, Editob and Pun.' TKRMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: 81.00 A YBAR, CASH IN ADVANCE KNTKRKD AT THE POBTOPFIOE, HAYTI, MISSOURI, AB SECOND 0LA88 MATTER Office in Oity Ilall, Southwost' Room, Haytl, Pomiscot Oounty, Missouri J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil iJnainess Promptly Attended to Oflioe in Court Houbb Oarutukr8Vho,e, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in all the courts Office Ovor Poft Office C.VRUTHEB8VII.LE, Mo. 1'hono 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 November 1914

' n w 5-WT? T1-JI7 HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914. NO.y. . V The War Tax. The emergency tax law passed by the recent, session of congress for the purpose of raising 8 100, 000,000 revonue for the federal government to offset the threat ened deficit caused by Europe's war, went into effect October 2;J. and taxes are due from that date. Among the specific taxes and articles on which they are im posed which concern the people of Pemiscot county, excepting bankers, liquor dealers, etc.. are the following; Proprietors ol theaters, muse ums and concert hulls must pay $25 for a seating capacity of -Td); lor a seating capacity of rU0, must pay $50. Bowling alleys must pay $.") for ach alley: billiard and pool rooms must pay S'i for each table. All dealers in tobaccos and ci gars who sell as much as $:i00 worth a year must pay 81.80. The penalty for violations of these taxes is a fine of not more than $500 or six months' im prisonment, or both. These taxes ...

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. — 26 November 1914

7T &&&p&P&ptPWjQtwtof1PfHQtolMf .i.. u.i,i.n,.'.,m ' llq , l.IIM Hl aartuflWJWtAwwgwiiWgi ! ! i ! '! 1 I I 1 KB .' I! H THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Gone to Rest George Franklin Stubbs, in fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stubbs, departed this life Nov. 90 from the effects of malarial dropsy, aged one year and eleven months Thus again hearts have been made sad ; A. vacancy within the home, A precious bud was plucked in bloom ' , And gone to join the my rids of God's precious jewels. A Fiuen d. Constitutional League. The defeat of ull the amend ments to the State Constitution in the recent election emphasizes the difficulty of amending funda mental law in general eiecuous. Moris in tlie main are futile, re gardless of the value of the changes proposed. Good and bad are voted down, the good prob uhlv because they are submitted with the bad or with unpopular proposals. . Ainimihnents dealing with the limior question usually prevent in Circuit Court Proceedings. Fol...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 November 1914

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmvmiiuivnivi um hhf in m mmm j .mm-. . "j-i1 m j ' , ,, ,: - mwmim AT ,.j 'a' & t, i"i r"&l THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI,. MISSOURI. I 1 3 tm Bv&s i IHS m Thanks. Wo wish to thank tho people who have tried to meet their obligations with ur for enlarged pictures, and also .solicit tholr patronage for an other year. We hnvo had flno luck with everybody who wanteil to do right and be honest. Thanking one and all, wo remain, as ever, H-4tt)d ENSLRY & SUMMEUS. W. E. GOTCHER JUSTICE OP THE PEACE All kinds of collections given prompt attention. Legal papers carefully drawn, office in Old Bank of Hayti building, southeast corner of Htjnniv. HAYTI, - MI9S0DKI White Star Restaurant When In town, come to us for u good Mjuare meal, lunches, short orders, groceries, candles and cold drink",. John LaFont, Manager J. C. GOAD RESTAURANT Southeast Cor. Square REGULAR MEALS 26 CENTS V alRO serve short orders, lunches', etc. Everything to eat. When in town, ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 November 1914

ItfcSfMMAMfWKE stmmcttswt&MM iiliiiwiiaiH m iiiiiinwtntfrnnwnn. 'iKiSTW:sif'r -srvTrrrTT-r r THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTT, MISSOURI ' ' "' " -HI. II II I HU!aH-inwnii .'TrtsBaan-Jt8MgaBBm'"""-"""-"7"'l "imuii '' nyi i ' 'nnni11 I '.Tl mi 'i ' J 'thlil'i'ii' "i " ii'in "Dm n inm ' ' i -irn"'nrn-nnnrniiiiiiiiMinii im in n rmrnmrnn 1 1 1 11 11 unvii T1nvTlVfHxn'r'''"rHT'''"w"'BI" --'""'""-ii'TnHfTTrfllilx 1 :fl J id 8 ?! J' fl i i y M 1 ft "WHEN THE FROST IS ON THE PUNKIN FRANK JTOURNIERf flOTtf h ffjtf ?ife; 4;-;?: Wlien the frost is on the punKirv, and the fodder's in the shocK, And you hear the KyoucK and gobble of the struttin turKey-cocK, And the clacKin' of the guineas and the clucKin' of the hens, And the rooster's hallylooyer as he tiptoes on the fence; O. it's then's the times a feller is a feelin' at his best; With the risin' sun to greet him from a night of peaceful rest, As he leaves the house, bare-headed, and goes out to feed the stocK, When the frost is on the punKin, and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 November 1914

yf. -s v REPORT HEAVY LOSSf ALLIES Germans Claim Important Suc cess in the Fighting Near Dixmude. ADVANCE MADE IN SILESIA Kaiser's Forces Plan to Check Rus sian .Advance News Is Conflicting Naval Battle Takes Place In Blacky Sea German Statement of Fighting In Flanders.-. Berlin, Nov. 21 (by wireless) Re ports received today from Holland, says Information given out In Berlin official circles, are to the effect that in the fighting near Blxschooto and Dlxmudo the French lost 20,000 men and that 1,500 British were drowned In the YBer canal. German troops have repulsed a French attack In the neighborhood of: Verdun, Franco. " Complain of Snow and Frost. An official announcement of this repulse, containing also news of the battle situation elsewhere in Belgium and France, reads: "In West Flanders and in North Franco no appreciable change In the situation has taken place. "Heavy rains and snows, which first soaked and then partly froze the .ground, have made our movements -very difficult...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 November 1914

nmNHiMW""HWWW.IWWWiWilfJITI'W t 5J r "v w -f r-y Trm-- -ff ' w THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. $4.00 $3.00 $2.50 $5.00 PANTS $3-85 PANTS PANTS M PANTS bd.2!5 $1.85 PANTS $2-85 $6.00 PANTS $4.75 ONE LOT $3.50 TO $5 PANTS $1.00 SHIRTS 75c $1.50 SHIRTS 95c $2.50 ri i " 'J I' '( I :i 1 I, a 'I i. n r el r; ) I i M J I S'l r , .SZ,,j.m. Yielding now, instead of later, to the pressure of tight money, over-stocks, backward season and slow sales, we will inaugurate beginning SATURDAY NOVEMBER THE 28TH, tne most stupendous, over-whelming SACRIFICE OF CLOTHING That Pemiscot County has ever yet witnessed. Despite our price smashing campaign for the past seven years, all records will be broken during this important under-pricing of the season's choicest offerings in ready-to-wear apparel for men and boys. The prices speak for themselves: The quality is so apparent in each garment that we urge side by side 'comparison with clothing costing fully a third more than regular retail prices. The sh...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 December 1914

jrSHf' " ' 'yys? V "If -? 5 a Hfttorfoal Society THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1014. NO. 4. CONDOLENCE. I'eoples BanU, Hlytheville, Ark. friend rote: I regret very i much to learn uf your father's! death today through the South-! cat Mhsouriiiii. Having known your father for the psist. l."i years I and having u close anpiaintance ' witli him in business and socially. ' I liave never known of a dishon est net towards hU fellow u, an, but of many deeds ol kindness boll) to the rich and poor. Knowing he wn a friend of mine during his lifetime and I recall his many deeds of kindness, T certainly regret to hear of his untimely death. With heart felt sympathy, in which the boys join mo in extending to yourself and family, lain .oiir Iriend. It. S. Mott. A TAXPAYER'S VIEWS. Editor Herald: You have been telling your readers about the turns of the Critic, which you cull the "Turncoat." but I never realized how much truth there was in your statements until, N...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 December 1914

Uiih& i.'mtJkAillT?Ez -w r-TVtirwT' u: -HfmKttrr-rxr " - to rw-mvy' v.-W li I I THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Ia " "W"'".; ' ,V'."" "ji' ,J., R U; tit ii'' i I i: a i'1 f i ! I : SI V i. j I?.- M y H ft 5 ! if ira 16 "It If i i m r m BATTLESHIP LOST TO BRITAIN Bulwark Blown Up in Estuary of River Medway, Near London. ALMOST ENTIRE CREW GONE Between 700 and 800 Men Killed Be lieved to Have Been Caused by Ex plosion of the Magazine Russians Claim Victory Which Is Denied by Berlin Little Fighting In Flanders. London, Nov. 28. The battleship Bulwark of Grunt Britain was blown p and sunk Thursday In the eatuary of the Medway river. Between 700 and 800 men were lost, including Cnpt. Ouy Relator, her commander, and all her olllcers. Only 14 of her crew were caved. It is announced olllcially that the ex plosion wub interior and originated in the ship's magazine. The disaster is the most appalling, with tho exception of the loss of the Audacious, tho British navy has suf fered in wa...

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

" vWu-(?' .AJvr',- . f .rwnHz rw '? '5 w7,'81 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTT. MISSOURI . -i '"(!tf'V'4t'' 1 PRETTY CHRISTMAS GIFTS I $ - H Acceptable Presents for Young and Old and How They Are Made , EASILY MADE CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES IN NECKWEAR NECKWEAR and muff ects wero never moro fashionable than they nro Just now, and thoy aro among tho easiest to malto of home-made- gifts. Thoy confer both stylo and comfort upon their wearers to tho Joy of those who recelvo them. Neckpieces aro simply straight lengths of velvet, plush or fur cloth, cut a quarter of a yard wldo and a yard or moro In length. They nro lined with sntln and gathered In at the fvN ends, where a taesoled ornament makes the finish. They fasten about tho neck with a hook and eyo or slide. Crocheted, passamentcrio or- bead buckles and ornaments are used on them. Muffs aro barrel-shaped and made over beds of down or wool batting. These beds aro bought ready made and aro very cheap. Velvet coverings aro usually gathered over them...

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. — 3 December 1914

ww"iwwiwuKitamiP'gre THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. I I i 5: M v M M i lrlx f A 1 Y) t ft '! LiF-i : Li y JM T. J, TRAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon Office phone 50. Reaidonce GO. HAYTI, - MlBSOUIU. F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, - MlBSOUIU S. J JEFFRESS LAWYEIt Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, OlJico: Mo. Room 10. Ki-.x stone Bldj;. J. S. GOSSOM HroHOCUtliiB Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil iJtiainess Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Oarutiu;k8Vil.l,e, - Missouri THE HAYTI HEEALD PllHMBHKO EVKIIY TltUliaDAY, BY WlI.I.IAM YORK, EDITOR AND PUB. TKKMH OK SUBSCRIPTION: 81.00 A YKAR, CASH IN ADVANCE ENTERKD AT THE I'OBTOFKICE, HAYTI, M1HPOUHI. A8 SECOND CLABS MATTER Ofllco in City Hall, Southwoat Room, Hayti, Pomiscot County, Missouri THE IIEKALD WAS RIGHT, stooped over and uncorked the In the triu I and conviction of '.!" lie expected to fill with water, duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-law Will practice in all the cour...

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. — 3 December 1914

" f 4 ' M THE ALD -yirijnwT -ff-T HAYTI HFR VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI", THURSDAY, DK0EM15KK tf, 1014. NO. 4. SIXTEEN YEARS AGO. U'Yiikiy, llpcoinbor -', l..tS.) Old Citizen Gone, Olive Moatte, one of the pioneer Co! A. I. Oliver, now rnitod , citizens of Now Madrid county Will Not Luxuries. On Tuesday of this week tlici telephone. tux on O.wl ----.. --- . - . -. ....... (7 .. ,.. v.. . ii iii-jitiwiii; 411111 oi.ui'n iM.-srru-i.'vi.ionii'y ior me unui u dp-soemUint. ol the early telegraph messiii?o.s cost ins foist.. Districr.nl Missouri, wii. hVfiifh settlers, died at his home ' IT. cents or more went into then i.-i. Iiuig school ml Uoiiuu in Povlawillo last, Thursday effect, the tax buinj,' one cent on wi.oil P.unt ni-jriit. sit eleven o'clock, auud loach message. Therefore, il 'I'll-, ruff.. Sinter htick building' ix,'i' '-'"llL .v'iu's. oiuht months . you need medicine, in oiiscof er I r.inilhersville was Hearing , i,ml "m' lli,-v- ll,ul ms I'omtui ,ious Mcknoss or if mother or om...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 December 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. — 3 December 1914

tvn-it"i.K'3r""'.'!t'-.,i f'flftisWSMtf'$i'VFtyffiJ!fo!s fmmmfi'm, ' V M THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. r- 11 7'M-"V'-,"-,tmWlM'V)p4j!jf' Real Estate Firm. Allon & Crockett, an active roal es tute llrm of Marshall, Sallno County, Mo., have rccontly opened a branch otllee at Caruthorsvllle. They have a mini bur of good, prospective- land buyers for Pemiscot countv lands. If' , ., ... ouhavo lands to soil, list the sainu George Morril! waa m from with them at onco. 2-ltpd the farm Friday, LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. 16,049 Bales. W. K. GOTCIIEK JUSTICE OF THE PCACC All kinds of collections yiven prompt. S down "Crlsco," the best butter substitute, relatives and friends at Buckley's. C. W. Cam Hold attended A motor car service between f1nit nnrl 1nblnii wna inn iifriir. The cotton crop in Pemiscot h(j QoiUm Bdt gund county still continues to grow, whch wU b(j a acconimo. thehKuressentoutby the Gov- . Uiq 1c ernment's age...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 December 1914

'N." IMMMMW m3ujxi&a$!$xz frtlV.I THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. 1 A I ?1 I . f t ' r f . U J? fl M; 6t : B m r m i i i The Trey 0s Hearts A Novelized Version of the Motion Picture Drama of tho Samo Nnmo Produced by the Univcraal Film Co. By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE Atdhor f "TU Torfon. llunlcr." "TU Dtau Cowl." ".77 Block Dag." efc. Illustrated with Photographs from the Picture Production' Copyright, 1BH, by Louts Joseph Vonco CHAPTER I. The Message of the Rose. Lapped deep In tho leather-bound luxury of an amplo loungc-chalr, walled npart from tho world by tho vencrnblo solltudo of tho library of London's moat exclusive club, Mr. Alan Low sprawled (largely on tho nope of his neck) and, squinting dis contentedly down his nose, admitted that ho was exhaustively bored. Now tho chair filled so gracclessly Dtood by an open window, sonic twen ty feot below which lay a 'slzablo walled garden, an old English garden In full flower. And through the win dow, now nnd then, a half-hearted br...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 December 1914

ssr v x ? j-w ifflygrai THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. ry W LI f . i ul i, i iM V US OS all H 1U i I TM St. NEW DIVORCE BILL Kansas City Members of House Framing Measure to Cor rect Present Evils. WILL CREATE A NEW COURT Domestic .Relations to be Combined With Juvenile Department of the Circuit Bench. A hill cnlling for tho creation of a court of domestic relations with pow ers not precedented in any similar court Is to bo presented to tho Mis souri Legislature when It meets in January. lt It M, 1 ... 1. 0 .,. By .luiui ji. luyiur, a. niemuer ui uiu Mr locialnturo frnm Kansnq filtv. In to present tho bill. Ho has begun the framing of tho hill. Frank Wilkinson, I another member of tho legislature from Kansas City, also is interested In tho proposed bill. A few of the suggestions for such a bill which havo been given by V. V. Wright, divorce proctor, are The juvenile and domestic relations , courts should be combined under one department. judge. ! A new proposal of the commission ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 December 1914

' '-"Frfvyi ii f-.j.w -- "-"-'. '". II Ym mil tf I "T"" ;,""t-"ilir'ilt"WllHf"ririfli11"1 ' "ftl ' """ imrnfn Mi !"""' w I I I" Vi ir M Si f, i'V i i THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. fflBPlI ilH Ml I iiiiwiii'iihiiiii I i ii p i i i i inn i "i r 'in n i i i , , " irj itt i i ii i i r i n "" tt i r i i i - in i nil in "onf MpSHBKBim"""'?!-!? "" .m.i .. n.-r hit- fi iiimr .- -rri. i.r r -rrinTiirni-vir-ivn-iHn rr,rii.rliiliil:fiirriWlF(Wi if J&wW&i-aff i i-'RUGs. &r&fp Lfe-IW? & vcrL I . S7eBviH.l.ff&N&iU85d I AT MONEY SAVING PRICES WATCH SPECIALS. ELGINS. 7 jewel, silvcroid case, 10 size. 7 jewel, 'JO ytur ease, 0 .si.e. . 7 jewel, tit yi a I' ease, 0 size.. 7 jewel, lit) yuir ease, If! .size.. 17 jewel, 'Jo jtiir en ho, 12 sue.. l'l jewel, 2 year ease, IS sue . S -J. -10 . . . 0.00 10.00 12.00 1'J.feO ... . 20.00 Trenton & Ingcrsoll-Trenton. 7 jewel, siheroid casu, 10 si'.o S 4.00 7 jewel, silvcroid case, 10 sire 4.M 7 jewel, 10 year case, 10 sie 5....

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

m$K 'mtortcaJ8ooIey Vi vl 1. THE "spw -1 IlinL 111 llELil M -4,i r VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1914. NO. 5. i" COUNTY COURT COMPROMISES WITH PEMISCOT COUNTY BANK. 4 i r. ,j 'iU mwriuMtsAiasw "Pff,"1'ftl Enter Into Agreement With Sureties and Accept $25,000.00. At lasl Hit' su relics (bondsmen) for Uie county's funds which wore lost, by, the failure of tho old Pctniscol County Bank which win closed by thn Statu Bank Commissioner .Juno 1, 1U1K, show ing a shortage of SI l2,H:W.r I duo tho county, are free. lsTo longer :wo they bound tor that or any other sum. They have settled and have been released. Last Thursday afternoon their attorneys, C. ("J. Shopard, Ward & Collins and A. L. Oliver, presented to tho coun ty court, convened for that purpose, the proposition of their clients to pay the county, within 2n ditys, the -sum of &2ri,(X)0, upon the con dition that they be released in full upon all bonds signed by them, and which proposition was duly accepted ...

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