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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1915

JfS-S rapf$Mf &W ' .i;i'a S8 j f SSSV 5 ilJUl V M THE .HAYT1 JHERALD, ' HAYTli ' MISSOURI. & Bf & ir R ftf ft . tf V II ffi 1 T.'J. TRAUTMANN IfkjnMnn an Surgeon OSoe phone 60, Residence 60. Haytt, Missouri. F. A. MAYES lhHfcIn Mud Surgeon Hayti, Missouri S. J JEITRESS , LAWYER Will Practice In All Courti. Hsytl, Missouri VON MAYES ., LAWYER Hayti, Mo. Room '10, Keystone Bid?. Office: duncan & Mccarty Attobneys-at-law Will praotloe In all the conrts Office Over Pott Office OARtmiERaviLLE, Mo. Phone 168. W. E. GOTCHER JUSTICE OP THE PEACE All-kinds of collections given prompt attention. Lctral papers carefully Irswn. office In Old Bank of Hayti building, southeast Hayti, corner of square Missouri P. 8. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Net. Phono 28 Office Phone 08 OFFICII KEYSTONE DUILOINQ J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 06 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI pIRE JNSURANCE THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL BOB BROOKS Moves Houses, Drives and Repairs Pumps...

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. — 21 January 1915

m qgRi l; -P" $wm6FW!m w WwymmMmam UT"-, T-ft tti '& fr i; swpgg y M- U L r aM I' General, . County and Of General and Local Interest j Chris Settle, one of our good . ittrmers, knows how to make ah editor happy. Besides pitying Ills subscription, he called at tlie house Thursday and left a line hog jowl for spring use. Wo ' hope Dr. Mayeft won't see this. tfaken Up Ooblack, speckled male ; ilioat, unmarked weight about GO ' pounds when tallda up. Owner can have same by paying expense and for , tills notice Morgan Warth( Hayti, '' Missouri. . 11-ltpd Caruthersviiie Republican: Col. Oliver took his wife and children to St. Louis Saturday night, Where they will occupy furnished apartments. The homo here was left furbished. It is ru mored that Mre.Clel Tindle and family will occupy the home. John W, Taylor of Cape Girar- . deau, one of the Frisco claim Agents, who shot C. M. Freeman in that city last fall, was tried at Jackson last Week and received an acquittal. Freeman was a res ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1915

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1915

mmwBmmmmsmmmrnsmmgmmsTwm, !j5j3ySEPqSjfiJgg; if, SfcTjVfvW ? T-f? VgT'' ir T frf .JlSlJSilLJmMJm) r" .trw . ,r v .? ... ...St.... fc.i.lfi-ZLi. ,l-jji-l xm :& timmm wmwmjVtyjntiTi-; Mi.mimmyijjKte,JFiiMMwt&r, immmmammmmm- i a ir sr- , -. - . - ."-- - -- '-- - -It . - .-;;- 1 fl'f, ' ' i "'rl " uuiv 4 m .. a a" a mm . a t M w mmmm S I ! PRIZES FOR MEATS , inn 'v& rii ft ' r .. Ham ni laoon Show, fTFlif '-Jl (jV i'i ..,;, w t . Cplumbja was a Grcit J HL-y; - 9UUUOS9i lili- 4. Jt' -v ..-....- 4J15. FIRST HONORS TO NORBORNE m- v John Burros of That Pises Had Bsst. 'Cured Hame A Tribute by Ja wall Mayes, .Old fashioned, sugar-cured, smoke flavored, country meat;, perhaps not cut to porfect shape, probably, white with mold on the .outside, but perfect ly marbled Inside with red meat and white, fat, and so good that famous farm cooks may rest their laurels on its' flavor, was given Its due at the bam and bacon show at Columbia during farmers'' week, when prizes .were awarded Th...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1915

& fcl'WM"' 1" tR m ', 'ft!' 'J& tf if n a 1 HM i THE HAYTI HERALD Published KvKnr Thursday, By TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: al.00 ENTKRKII AT THE POSTOmCE, HAYTI, OUleo tn Olty Hall, Southwest Uoom, MISUNDEKSTOOD. Last weokjn commenting up on the tax rate in this district, it bcems we did hot make our state ments sufficiently explicit to be fully understood. In saying our tax rate was $2.44 on the $100 valuation, we meant exactly what we said that the tax rate in this district was $2.44 on the $100 valuation. We did not say and did not intend to say that the school tax was $2.44 on the $100 valuation. We meant the total tax rate, for state, county and school purposes, and we gave the total figures. We are informed that the school tax is $1.70 on the $100 valuation, which leaves the state and county tax 74 cents on the $100 valuation. We understand the school tax is divided as fol lows: Teachers fund $1.00; in cidental fund .80; interest fund .20; sinking fund .20. We thought we wo...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

"' KJSpvSf-' 'Wf?'" w?&' -itpAvi- v--vjaf- .-Tij---j ? !-'r-v;w1 'ctrp i ' 3 HAYTI THE ;.,lwv',rafi: " Bfl. R-; &' sx ?A v. di j. " is niL.rsjjLjj' r$ s.r , ; ' J( u P VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1015. no. 12: '' SIXTEEN YEARS AGO. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1899. B. Pjjjjfetla of Braggadocio at oadtyjfebusiness here. .T. jKills and Eq. D. H. Gulp )f llfgadoclQ wore here on business, Virg Adams was having a business house remodeled pre parato'ry to establishing a drug store. Mrs. Jennie Spencer and Nick Jones were married Sunday, January 22, in the year of above date, Rev. John H. Henson of ficiating. Forrest Page, who had long been the terror of Pemiscot county, Mo., and Mississippi county, Ark., was killed by Ike Crawford when the two men met on the public road near Blythe ville Saturday, January 21, 1899. There was a long standing grudge between the men, and Crawford was cleared. After the mercury on Monday prior to the above date had stood all day at 70 summe...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

rtiiTr j te "- '" r 1 5 THE HAYTI HEkAI.D. HAYTT: MISSOURI b X 14 m L0D6E FEARS WAR IFSHIP BILL PASSES PRANCE, ENGLAND, RUSSIA AND JAPAN MIGHT CONSIDER SCHEME UNNEUTRAL. LONDON PAPER IS ALARMED Passage of Measure Would Bring Ui Within Measurable Distance of War, Declares Senator "The Spectator" Recalls 1861. Washington, D. C. Attributing to the administration an Intention to buy German ships Interned in Amerl an ports If the ship purchase bill Is passed, Senator Lodge declared in the enato that tho measure "would bring us within reasonable distance of war, not with England alone, but with France, Itussia and Japan." He quoted from house committee hearings to show tlfnt Secretary Mc Adoo had "practically admitted that the purpose, of tho bill wbb to buy the German ships," laid up In Boston and New York. If such were not the purpose, Sena tor Lodge suggested that the impres sion now general could bo corrected by an amendment, which, he said, he be lieved had already been voted down in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

Vffrl''-'.-'- ?!!sti4'i'w'?V, -"V ' ii-tWi-fa' rt'tfis'yj' &'&$' '' rttbly? U VJli7tiAc. .u. .?J3S fiW',jjix,ss.- - . jf - ) -J I ) WOMAN IN BAD CONDITION Restored To Health by Lydia, E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. Mpntpeller, VtWe have great faith in your remedies. I was very ir- regular and was tired and sleepy all the time, would have cold chills, and my hands and feet would bloat My stomach bothered me, I had pain in my side and a bad headache most of the time. Lydia E. Plrifcham's Vege table Compound has 'done me lots of aooA and I now feel fine. I am regular, my stomach is better and my pains have all left me. You can use my name if you like. I am proud of what your reme dies have done for me." Mrs. Mart Gauthieb, 21 Ridge St, Montpelier.Vt An Honest Dependable Medicine It must be admitted by every fair- mlrded, intelligent person, that a medi cine could not live and grow in popularity for nearly forty years, and to-day hold arecora lor thousands upon thousandr of a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

(piIf?SiR5SP55 if . 1 rtmUmm "" W I IS I''r THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 2 m in1. BE. it f 9 " T. J. TRAUTMANN PkfAlctiiB unl BargeoB Office phone CO. Residence 80. itAYTt, - Missouri. F. A. MAYES LMijhIcUd and Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri 8. J. JEITXMESS LAWYER Will Practice Id All Courtt. tfaytl, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Office: Room 10, Keystone Bid?. duncan & Mccarty Attobneys-at-law Will practice in all the courts Office Over Pott Office Oaruthebsville, Mo. Phone 168. VV. E. GOTCHER JUSTICE OP THK PEACE All kinds of collections given prompt attention. Lejjal papers carefully drawn, office In Old Bank of Hayti building, southeast corner of square Hayti, - Missomu P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Res. Phono 28 Office Phone 98 OPPIOII KEYSTONE BUILD-NO J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 96 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI pRE JNSURANCE THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL BOB BROOKS Moves Houses, Drives and Repairs , s rumps. Will go anywhere i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

" ""'- ','-'jjjv- -tf-wW WIFfIP " tssitti tVMl THE HAYTI HERALD 1(4' rsi AJt VOL.7. HAYTI, MISSOURI. THURSDAY. JANUARY 28, 1915. NO. 12. i 9 ' jfj T II IIS H A Y T I II E R A L ) PUBLISHED fiVEKV TilUKSDAY, liY WILLIAM YORK, KD1TOB AMI t'UB. THHMR UP BUBBCHIPTION. 91.00 A YKAK, CAflItvIN ADVANCE ENTERED AT THE POBTOPPICK, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AH SECOND CLASH MATTER Office In City Hall, Southwest Room, Haytt, PemUcot County, Missouri Rent is Cheap. Uudoubtcdly the Constitution guarantees to all men the right to free speech; but it does not stip ulate that they shall not be re quired to hire a hall if they wish 1 it address audiences. When men are out of harmony with the tendency of their times, their language is usually out of harmony with the moods of more happily constituted people, and the sound of raucous complaints in public places which are main uincd for the use of all the pub lie is an annoyance if not a nui sance. Nobody of any importance would object to the exercise of the righ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

?rvir.wiH I V w General, County and Of General and Local Interest Albert Cagle of Campbell, an old Frisco man who used to re Hide in this city, but who now lias a run out of Pascola, was here Friday night and Mitbscrib d for the Herald. Drew Vardell of Kennett was looking after his farm adjoining this city on Wednesday of last weeK.anu wmie nere extenueu m., aml Vincennes, Ind., and at his subscription for another year, j,,,, the- Hardware Dealers' Mrs. J. F. Scott returned last Association at St. Louis, return Thursday from a visit to her ed Thursday morning. brother, Maurice Kayburn, at Maiden, and her sister, Mrs. J. W. Scivally, at Campbell. We have three big tailoring lines for spring aorae of the prettiest Palm Beach suits you ever saw. See them at Buckley's. 9.tf Warner Miller of Senath was here Saturday night on his way to visit his sister, Mrs. Albert Stepp, who is ill at her home in New Madrid, and informed us that his wife, who has charge of the telephone central at Senat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

pw-f $' C ? TME HAYTI HERALD.' HAYTI, MISSOURI. ,- n t r v I i l; r ; iv s The Trey A rWefeW VortJoa erf Ilia Motion Protbea-I by Um I B LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE 4taW eTJU Fm Hat." TAt torn Bt.""Tlm KtJt Bm." Butst irilk Pfettmfkt Iran Um fktare rY-lsctl Copyright, IMt, b SYNOPSIS. The t O Hearts If the "death sign" employed by Seneca Trine In the private war of vengeance which, through itho agency of hla daughter, Judith, a woman 'of violent passions like hla own, he wages gainst Alan Law, son of the man (now ad) who was unintentionally "fB22"'r tie for the accident which rendered Trine ,a helpless cripple. Alan la In loVe with and & In turn loved by Hose, Judiths twin and double, but In all else her oppo site. Judith vows to compass Alans ifUatb. but under dramatic circumstances ills saves her Ufa and so, unwillingly wins Esr love. Thereafter Judith Is by turns actuated by the old hatred, the new love, and Jealousy of her sister. Rose. The latter ts kidnaped by her father's orders a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

' 1.JjtWT - 'Wp:t 7mw W'a&ffipp&sSiB THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. iKrMtl'SMflmSsmSfeMT'tmSStM , ,, v :-ji-Tteuffi&ttsivjiT:r.mt 1,1 'CT-WWlWm I of urs Ike abt Itr at- !V i a is- J. m-tr-b. 3d a i: is ' it- V A '".ffw 1 l BOOST THE DAIRIES Milk Exports Tour Southwest Missouri to Promote Inter est i.mong Farmers. Hi BAD FI?.E AT WARRENSBUR6 "wc-Story entitling Collapses and Re- tuning Flames Spread Cold Weather Hlntiered Firemen. A lour of tlio dairying communities of southwest Missouri to promote an Increase in tho products from dairy herds without adding to the cost to the flintier, was made recently under the direction of A. J. McDowell, dairy Agent o. the Frisco lines, Mr. Mc Dowell is assisted by J. W. Watson, extension, dairyman representing the tate .agricultural college at Colum- laand B. W. White of the Frisco apartment of development. Demonstrations in milk testing and he preparing of the proper rations for airy cattle with especial reference to he cheapest...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1915

-siibSSSSCSSIHS III I III n iVw ss 14 THE HAVT1 ' HERALD, HAY 11, MISSOURI. ' "-'- i n . , -- ; -. i B -nlaifij;Tiin..,.1-- ... i"7T i - , i TB la' IM If U A ' General, Gunty and tOf General and Local InterestPossibly Something About You Mlt Fisher of Swift was in this city Monday night. Guy Sanders made a business trip to Swift Monday. Joe Foust of Concord was in this otty Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. L. Dorr! was shop ping in Caruthersvillo Monday. Wm. Kennon visited his brother Gid, at Oarnthersville, Monday. Fred Morgan was looking after business at Caruthersville Tues day. "Uncle" Joe Meatte was" a business visitor at Portagevlllo Monday. L. 0. Fisher and H. Killian of Portageville were in this city Tuesday. Miss Letitia McFarland spent Saturday and Sunday in Caruth ersville. H. Holly of Cooter came up Tuesday to take the train for Ca ruthersville. Mrs. E. M. Gettings has ex .tonded her subscription for an other year. Miss Lavina Wilks of Uaruth ersvllle'Was the guest of Mrs. John...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 February 1915

F pB?S? 553S p vKfpfmiwwfh' mmm r'--''-- - - f . THE VOL. 7. SIXTEEN YEARS AGO. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1899. Judge J. M. Ballnrd of Cuotor was here on business. WillOates and Gene'Popham had opened a butcher shop. J. G. McCarter oi'Brnggadocio patd our office a business call., J H. Frlanthad instnllod. elec tric lights in his saw mill atJPas- cola. Dr. G. M. Hayes had returned from a two-months' sojourn at N"ew Orleans. J. C. Beaman and family left for their home in Michigan. Mr. Beaman had been mayor of Hay ti. The brick store building being erected for DoLisle Brothers at Portageville was nearing com pletion. S. S. Barnes, promoter of the St.- Louis & Memphis railroad (now the .Frisco), had built'two depots the past week, one at Marston and one at. Portageville. Hon. Robert Sherrill died at his home in Caruthersville Wed nesday night, February i, 1899. He'had served this county two terms in the state legislature, .being succeeded by Hon. John Averill. . The train crew, of the Hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 February 1915

?WmiMfeW .... , , t -.w .jft-ji !"iwww v&r if &H It .' -VtV fo !- 3 a K& 'ff r ' l'?7l T 1 tf K' ft y 5f tw: t E uorr UPHOLDS DONATIONS Y INFLUENCES ARE A.LWAY8 TO ,THE GOOD. Tells industrial natations Commission Me Doesn't Favor Minimum Wage Law. Now York. Itockufoltur dona tions to educational institutions have influenced tho policies of presi dents of universities and colleges in inany Instances, but the influence nl wnyn has been good, said Charles W. Kliot", president emeritus of Harvard University, yefctenlay at the fe'deral Industrial commission's inquiry Into nhllnmtiroplu foundations and tho causes of social unrest. These donations, Dr. Hllot said, Avcro mado by the general education fooard. An an instance, ho cited John (D. Rockefeller's offer in 1308 to fur bish $1,000,000 to Harvard University if the university could raise $876,000 additional. This was before Dr. Eliot became a inctnber of the board of managers of jthc general education boord. The wit ness sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 February 1915

f"f ). t-Mt xr-fto '"Z1 -wl vr-"- v irTw THE HAYT1 HERALD. HAYTI, 'MISSOURI. I W ) I ' l QUIT MEAT IF KIDNEYS BOTHER AND USE SALTS ,Take QIm of Salt Before Break fait If Your Back Is Hurting or ladder la Irritated If, you must have your meat every elay, eat It, but flush your kidneys with alts occasionally, Bays a noted author ity who tells us that meat forms urlo add which almost paralyzes the kid ney In their efforts to expel it from the blood. 'They become sluggish and .weaken, then you suffer with a dull misery In tho kidney region, sharp pains In the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tonguo Is coated and when tho weather Is bad you havo rheumatic twinges. The urine gets cloudy, full of sedlmont, the channels often get soro and Irritated, obliging you to seek relict two or three times during the night To neutralize these Irritating adds, to cleanse the kidneys and flush off the body's urinous waste get four ounces of Jad Salts from any phar macy here; tako a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 February 1915

rnTWMK! - VV ftfft "i mr k THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. & H' I t k i4j- i Kfc i T. J. TRAUTMANN 1'hjTHician and Surgeou Office phunc 50. Rostdence 60. MAYTX, - MtMOUMI. F. A. MAYES L'h)Hlciu and Surgeon tUTTI, - - ' MtflBOUHl S. J- JEPFRESS LAWYER Will I'ractlco In All Courts. Hayfi, Missouri s VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Otllce: Room 10, Keystone Bldjf. Justice of the Peaco Notary Public W. E. GOTCIIER All kinds of collodions given prompt uttention. Legal papers carefully drawn, office in Spencer t Stubbs store, in Morgan's brick block. Havt - Missouri P.S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE lies. Phone 28 Office Phone 9S OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 00 Office: City Hu'l J HAYTI, MISSOURI ire Jnsurance THAT'S GOOD L. C. AV,ERILL C. C. ASHLEY Electrical Contractor Wiring Residences and Business Repair Work a Specialty Houses jjf rjlayti, - Missouri v BOB BROOKS Movi&rHouses; Drives and Repairs WUlRO'any where in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 February 1915

ij55i!Ti?Tt''! SSeFyrvipfJf? w E k P; THE HAYTI HERALD, HAVTI. MISSOURI. ' X . l M'ASSW,- s?' JE WAWttaarcflk'a ds L fft-Vic-fjv.y iv -j, General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest-Possibly Something About You R. B. Mick of Blythoville, wholesale dealer in fresh meats, came up last Thursday and spent several days in this city. He was engaged in the butcher business here about four years ago. G. McGowan of Moline, III., was here lost week putting up farm machinery., of the well known John Deere make, for P. M. Perkins, for which Prank has the exclusive agency in this city. Notwithstanding "hard times," fcVankhas DUt in an unusually larae stock of this machinery this year. Constable J. H. Smith of Cooter passed through this city Thurs day afternoon on his way to Ua ruthersville. Hammie is going to loom up as a strong proposition for sher.iff at the election in rJlu. It is none too early for the people to begin casting about for some good democrat to fill this i...

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