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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 February 1915

lwviPIPlSW! ''H,W'3rs;g.' yiv,- 'rT)?jf " v THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. r li & r,e 15:1 B Iff The Trey ANmMVmlM f the Motto tVedaestl by the By LOUIS 7Vb ft ff." Bestntsi1 wfca nilsgraiBi Copyright, 1014, a 10 8YNOPSI8. The trey of hearts Is the "death-sign" employed by Seneca Trine In tho private war of vengeance which, through the agency eMili daughter, Judith, a woman ef violent jft88lon like his own, he wages against -Mfen- lw, eon of the man (now dead wneryras Innocently responsible ror theaccilsnt, which made Trlno helpless erliiplo. Alan Is In love with Hose, Ju diths twin and double but In nil other re specW'herlprecIse opposite. Judith vows io compus Alans aeatn; uui unaer uiu Biatlc circumstances he saves her life and o. unwflHngiy, wins her love. There after JUdtth Is by turns animated by the old hate, the new love, and Jealousy of her sister. She earns her father's dis trust and Is left behind by htm when he Journeys. "West, taking Rose with him, In order tJ l...

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. — 4 February 1915

n .iirx"cr,1Ai r's,i'VP''" cyr Avt pjy a-c" 'f - -.- - . - -a - ..- - -- ( . i. ilnuviit kitn Ji !- 7, . ... t- n.bi t tftnr;Ytl -.j- iWuw.nJ J ... h. r-3 KfJnm, r'rt-'"-J" J .'' ' " i THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. ARSON TRUST HERE .Missouri is a Dumping Ground for Professional Incendia ries, Says Reveile. .STATE'S FIRE LOSS TOO BIG Ratio In Proportion to Insurance Premiums Paid Is 18 Per Cent Above Averaoe. Missouri lias become a dumping .ground for professional Incendiaries as a result of tbo weakness ot Us Jaws, Charles Q. Rovelle, state- super intendent of Insurance, told the Com- merclal club. "You may dorlde the existence of .a so-called 'arson trust' If you please," lie added. "I 'once was Inclined to laugh, at the Idea but I now know that iBUch organized bodies exist and are fcelng driven Into Missouri by the ac tivity of the fire marshals of other .states. "The loss ratio in this state In pro .portion to the Income ot the fire In surance companies Is 79.9 per cent, the...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 February 1915

i9sWB$S?5p9?S7S!i!S5RWflPWW I J I -Vi,fj (V3FT VI ""'"' m'-F MM w Tt m o br i"j ir s IS1 te i $ If IP is It? TUB HAYTI HERALD, HAVTL MH10UK1. T HE HAYTI HE BALD POBMfltlKI) KVEBY THOB8DAY, Bt WltLIAM YORK, EDITOB AMD PUB. TKBU8 OF BUBSOBIFTIONt .00 A YKABf CASH INADVAHCB BHTKBKD AT THE POBTOrWCB, HAYTI, MIBBODBI. AB SECOND CLABB MATTEB Office id Olty Hall, Southwnst Boom, Haytl, Pemiscot County, Miaioiirl ABOUT LEGISLATION. The work of the State Legisla ture is now fairly well under way, and the "interests" seek ing various kinds of legislation for purely selfish purposes, is conspicuous. Our legislators are usually fairminded and honest, and when they get their eyes opened are generally on the side of right. There are treacherous measures before the legisla ture, however, and some of the most insidious ones are so well "oiled" that we sometimes fear some of our representatives may be caught unawares, and the bills rushed through before they discover the carefully concealed "jokers....

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. — 11 February 1915

imwKW&r 'fflstoiw -ft 4i HAYTI HERAU3 Fi Ifie- V ( VOL. 7. AN UGLY CHARGE. On the day of going to press last week 0. J. McElheny was arrested by Constable Sid OateB, upon an information filed before Justice of tin Peace W. E Gotch er, by Mrs.'Liura Morris, charg ing him as follows: "That on or about the 28th day f January 0. J. McElhony did then and there take away a female under theligeof 18 years from her mother for the purpose of pros titution and concubinage against the peace and dignity ' of the State." His bond was fixed at 83,000, which was signed by Mrs. Ila McElhony his wife, and by I. Kohn and W. P. Meatte. His trial, which was set for Fri day, February 5, was continued by Prosecuting Attorney C. E. Bragg, to the 9th, when it was again continued, at the request of W. J. Morris, Justice Gotcher informs us, to Saturday, B'ebru ary 18. It it said the first con tinuance was .because the prose cuting attorney could not be here on the day set for the trial, and the second co...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1915

rs$ vm i&i THE HAYT HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. f re 5V' S SK vrat l H M i Ul DECLARES BRUSH WATERS WAR ZONE BERLIN GIVE8 NOTICE THAT ALL SHIPS ARE IN DANGER. GREAT BRITAIN TO RETALIATE Propose to Adopt More 8trlngent Rules Concerning German Ship ... - ping Protest Useless i . Death of Civilians. llcrlln. The German admiralty Is sued tho following communication: "Tho waters around Great Britain and Ireland, including tho wholes of .the English Channel, aro declared a vtr zone from and after February 18, 191G. "Every enemy ship found in this 'war zone will be destroyed, even it it la Impossible to avert dangers which threaten crew and passengers. "Also, neutral ships in the war zone re in danger, as in consequence of the misuse of neutral flags ordered by (the British government on Jan. 31, and In view of the hazards of naval .warfare It cannot always be avoided 'hat attacks mean for enemy ships 'endanger neutral ships. '. "Shipping northward, around the Shetland -Islands, in the ea...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1915

wmmw'rmff' RE FU I BIUI 18 JARG ie Anji of in l hi houg stanei ICM lcl office i such, to, the. i neii belli ationJ racterl Iter. r the- for- e th if es- the utrat utral cans, tever r to. r II AD- iip V y 5 y r J -H E-" IIS WOMAN'S i SICKNESS lyYMddToLydlm& PinVhwn'. VefrtabU - Compound. BrldftonfNJwaBtiotiMtfkyM tho i ror in wonaenui I)odLydIE.Ptok hama Vegetable Compound baa dona for me. I Buffered very much from a female trouble. I id bearing down tins, waa Irregular ad at ttaea could hardly alk acroaa ithe room. I waa lunable to do my or attend to my baby I waa of the"00 i4raiaJs.nnKnam-aveBeiaoia mm mm .- A.LI. came Compound aid me awona 01 goou, ana bow I am atrontr and healthy, can do my -work and tend my baby. I advise all uttering women to take it and get well aa I did. "-Mm. Fannib Coofeb, B.F.D., Bridgeton. N.J. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound, made from native roota and oerba, contains no narcotic or harmful 'drags, and. to-day holds the record of being the moa...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1915

N S."W,r IV !( tf- THE MAYT1 HERALD, HAYT1, MISSOURI. SKKW i'J rP 1 im r rJi? Rt If I I 1 I 1 m si T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician and targeoM Office phone CO. Residence 60. Hayti, - Missouri. F. A. MAYES L'lijsiciait and Surgeon HAYTI, - MlSSOUKl S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Haytl, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER llayti, - Mo. Olllee: Room 10, Keystono Bldg. .lustlce of the Peace Notary Public W. E. GOTCHER All kinds of collections given prompt attention. Legal . papers carefully drawn, office in Spencer & Stubbs store, in Morgan's oricK diock. , Hayti, - - Missouri P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL. ESTATE AND INSURANCE lies. Phone 28 Office Phone 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDINQ , J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 06 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI pmfc Jnsurance . THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL C. C. ASHLEY Electrical Contractor Wiring Houses. Residences and Business Repair Work a Specialty Hayti, - Missouri BOB BROOKS Moves Houses, Drives and Repairs Pumps. Will go an...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1915

s&cit3'-rjljj :jMv'.,TST3!T!5!STS!5S5!5W"!?WiWMPBBBBPBBBB "T e-i? Tsf ' - ' rS , . i ..I 5P555 i??i r IvV ' 4 IS"; . General, County arifJ Of General and Local, InterestPossibly Something About You Bud Green of Covington was in Carutliorgvlllo Friday. W. E. Carr attended to busi ness at Caruthersvlllo Saturday. ' John T. Buckley made a hiwl ness trip to Caruthersvilltj Fri day. "Yrtiikfe Bos'' smoking tobacco Is tho best there b; 3 for 2Co, at Buckle 's. Miss Carrie Riclunond was chopping in OaruthersviUo last Thursday. Huston Yarbro of Swift was a business caller at the county seat Friday. Willis Young wai a business visitor at Caruthersville last Thursday. Keep the children's feet dry with Itlllken shoes at Buckle 's. 13-tf Hans E. Doerner of Steele at tended to legal business at the county seat Friday. Bas Lester of Sam ford came up to tho Hub Friday to take the Ham train for Caruthersville. Rev.W. A. Burke of Holland came up to the Hub City to take the train for Caruthersvil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1915

swhssssbssbssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssi ?JF' ' '(' - - 'J'-FK7e395yt 'jt; THE HAYTI HERALD, .HAYTI. MISSOURI. , V VJ ', The Trey A Hevctised Version ef the Motion Prodacad by the Br LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE AUftTt Aa ffaa. '77W Brm eWC'Tot Mac ftv.ta. sstrslil wtt Wsbgnafcs tw He Bdsra fYslsfHsa Oepyrif bt, Mi, by 8YN0PSI8. The trey of hearts Is the "death-sign" employed by Beneca Trine In tho pri vate wW of vengeance which, through the logency r his daughter. Judith, ft woman Wf violent passions liko his own, no wages cmlnkt Xlan' Law, son of the man. now Vead, who was Innocently responsible for the accident which rendered Trine a help less cripple. Alan loves Roso, Judith's twin ana double, but In all other respects $er precise opposite. Judith promises her father to compass Alan's death, but un der dramatic circumstances he saves her life, and so, unwillingly, wins her love. Thereafter Judith Is by turns animated by the old hatred- thu nn lava end tealous...

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. — 11 February 1915

-vitj ;'f f "SV f Jf-5J3 sri-wrKiffffSfw i'tfi is8WS , j.' tr-sMJsicas, STOP HOG CHOLERA Experts From Missouri cAgrl cultural College Will Help , in the Work. unmn rules of control "Veteiinarlan Declare Sanitation More Important Than Vaccination Four Counties Now .Under Control. How Mlsslourl proposes to stamp out bog cholera free for the farmers waa tola recently by Dr. J. W. Con-, -away, head of the veterinary depart m.ent of Missouri's Agricultural col lego and famous as the first successful user of serum In hog cholera control "work Doctor Conaway was attending -tho session of the Missouri Valley Vet erinary association at Kansas City. "Hog cholera Is, now under control 'in four' counties of Missouri," he said, "and with the funds which we will get Jrom the 8mlth-Lever Agricultural Bill we expect to oztend the work as fast as possible to other counties. "In Dade and Johnson counties the -control work was done under the dl Tectlon of the farm advisers. In Cass and Bates counties ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1915

- (M it ' " ti ' r - i. -,' t i jr.. iSfrff ... a THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, "MISSOURI. K&? X ' il 61 s i yV 1 J tji !-l II f. r f i i. ? t I THE HAYTI HERALD PUBU8UKI KVBBY THURSDAY, BY tgkma or SUBSCBIPTION! 1.00 KNTKRKD AT TITK PO8T0KPICK, IIAYTI, Office In l-'lty Hall, Southwest Room, NEW JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Since learning that some of the people, and especially some of the newspapers In Dunklin county, if wo are to judge by their ex pressions, have such a poor opin ion of the people of Pemiscot county, we feel that it is fortun tite the first bill introduced lo divide the circuits by putting Pemiscot and Dunklin counties together, was abandoned. The Campbell Citizen was very in temperate in its remarks, and to be thrown in closer associa tion with people who think and say evil things of us, would not be conducive to good feeling or to good fellowship. The people of this county have always had a good, feeling for the people of Dunklin, and there are many warm friendships existin...

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. — 18 February 1915

:m THE -HAY1I---:HERAL0 i ;jfa VOL.7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915. NO. 15. .is taieai 1 ; IS C.J. McElhcny, the dredge boat contractor from Michigan, arrested on the charge of carry ing Mlas Winnie Mao Morris, the.fifteen-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perd Morris, to St. Louis for immoral purposes two weeks ago, appeared in the court of W. W. Tarkington last Satur day afternoon with a battery of lawyers to face his accusers. Everything had been staged as if the curtains would be raised on one of the most demoniacal and lurid sensations ever unbared be fore the eyes of the people of this city. Shortly after one o'clock court convened in the auditorium of the city hall, and despite a drenching downpour of chilly rain, a large crowd, mostly of the morbidly curious, had as sembled. But disappointment was in store. Noiselessly, al most like a funeral occasion, the curtains went up, but more sud denly and before the curious 'knew what had happened, were lowered, and t...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 February 1915

ic rfwv. st&w-''"S"",S"'" ,i" tywV'y ''-TfifsjrSsgip VK rev THE HAYTI HEKAtD, HAyTK,v MISSOURI- ' I'll H ft '$ i SEMES RAID GERMAN BASES ALLIE8' AIRMEN ESCAPE AFTER DE80LATINQ FIVE TOWNS. SUBMARINES ARE TOO ACTIVE JThlrty-Four Oaring Aeronauts Take Part-Qrahame-Whlte Falls Into 8ea But Is Saved Leave Trail of Ruins. London, England. Thirty-four Brit ish aeroplanes and seaplanes tbe greatest foreo of aircraft ever as sembled for hostile purposes left their base at Dover, soiled the chan nel and mado a sucessful raid against fire towns In Belgium where the dor toons were believed to be establish ing submarine stations for raiding' British morantilo shipping. Tho expedition was under command of Flight Commander Samson, who bad with him such noted fliers as Claude Grahamc-Whlte, now a flight commander, and Llout. John Cyril fcorte, who was to have made an at tempt to fly across the Atlantic In Rodman Wanamakor'B 'flying boat, America, but who hurried homo to resume bis rank when the...

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. — 18 February 1915

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 February 1915

,T14 jji. i,v iT"' "ir ,yni'h,f 'Wmv- if 7$X $fc"V$gVi ""o, -r-',""'13J"v tfi nJi ir rMJ$r ? Y,- $$ -'-x r ' -V" y Mfr 7 ' " ""p v t , 'fflf'j-1 vf M w THS 'HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ,r.;., ;i& Vs fefc ' Uk i Xi u '? 1 u iSr i T, J. TRAUTMANN Fhyalclan Mi MargeoM Office phone 60. Residence 60. Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES LMi)8iclan and Burgeon Hayti, - - Missouri S. J JEJTRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hi yti. Missouri VON MAYES LAWYEF? Hayti, - , - Mo. Office: Room 10, Keystone Bid,?. .Justice of the Peace Notary Public W. E. GOTCHER All kinds of collections given prompt intention. Legal papers carefully drawn, office In Spencer & Stubbs Inu tn f rnn'a Morgan's brick block. Hayti, Missouri P.S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public' REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE lies. Phone 28 Office Phone 08 OFFICII RIYSTONK UILDINO J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 08 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI pRE Jnsurance THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL 0. C. ASHLEY Electrical Contractor Wiring Hous...

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. — 18 February 1915

r Ip-ps-PiiiPS f?p "VOTW PS fC,M ; ittf . W f k 1 1 COUNTY . NEWS ITEMS. P. M. Johnson of Terry was in Ciiruthersvllle Monday. Barnle Stocktnann made a fly ing trlptoOaruthersvillo Monday. D. D. Harbert went over to Caruthersvlllo Monday at noon. Mrs. Tumor Martin has been ill of pnoumonia for several days. Coney Coleman of Holland was n Caruthersville visitor Monday. Guy Tanail, the Covington merchant, was n Oiiruther-wille visitor the first of the week. Reuben Bettis the Puscoltt; inninhqnf nKr.niif1.Wl tai hiifc.trwtc.ji in this city Monduv. It is said there were more peo ple on the streets of Caruthers- vine Monday than were ever seen ! on tlie streets ot that city any one day before. .Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot racn tne uiscanca portion ot tlie car. Tnere is only one way to cure and that In by constitutional Dpftfnesa la caused bv on lnftnt cure deafness, lonal romcdles. ' iniinmed comii- tlon of tho mucoua ftnlnr of the Eusla- 'chlan Tube. W...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 February 1915

msrnMar-.;: J p1Tv' &; Mwyw - II TrlE?!HAYtTHI3lALD. HAYTrrMMSObW ' - T ' " 4 " r g ,l i s-.l fl l ! il ' tvi I 15- P R M PHMHnMHHMHMHiiMMMMMil The.Trey O Hearts A NavabsNNl Version ef th Matte Plcrara Onus of the Sum tUmm Preekceel by the UnSvenal FUa Co. By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE aSW e"Tfc Artm Hmt." TJU ft BM.""TU Bit Bejtf ifiiii m ptitimtti frf ti rkhw rWacUes I Oowrtghl,l4,b SYNOPSIS. The I of Hearts la the "death-alsn" em ployed by Seneca Trine In the private war M vengeance which, through the agenoy I hli daughter Judith, he wagea against Alan Law, eon of tha man. now dead, who waa Innocently responsible for the acct jnt which rendered Trine a helpleaa crlp- 51. Alan lovea and la loved br Hose, udlth'a twin and double. Judith vowa to compass hla death, but under dramatic circumstances Alan aavea ber life and o. unwiiiingiy-, wina ner love. Tnerearter fuaiui is by turna animated by the new love, the old hatred, and Jealousy of her later. In escaping her persecution, Alan and ...

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. — 18 February 1915

" t-rvTl SsJaffaPte55!gggPPP '-aW Y PW?51.-J THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. JJ r4M3 7vT1R ii I. J 0 M. Ik T ) Pt i r. ir ir IB t, a if I- I frv ; ' f V EDITORS Witt MEET Journalism Week at Columbia, May 3 to 7, Promises to be Notable. FINE PROGRAM IS ARRANGED Prominent Newspaper Men From All Over the Country Are Sched uled for Addressee. Jt notable gathering of newspaper men, educators and public officials Is already assured for the sixth annual Journalism week at the University of Missouri, May 3 to 7. MoBt of tho speakers at the night meetings will be former Mlssourians who have be come nationally known. Among tho speakers other than Mls souriaus will be Irwin S. Cobb, who -will talk on, "The Work of tho Re , porter." Another will bo Charles S. Osborn, former governor of Mlchlgau, ' editor of .the Sault Ste, Marie (Mich.) News. His address will be "The Jour nalism That Serves." Fred O. Cooper of Collier's Weekly, reprosuntin-:; the picture side of newspaper malting will talk o...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 February 1915

auv.MBifatAMiE-. .' t.Ar.y mmM-Pkc t.Vi ir'liftri K-Ja''V?.''t-.f':;V3y mlMtW4iWmWww ...jjSji. SfjpP 'Hi -. THE HAYTi HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURL E25S! &'Tr."kVrf'-v-'t f J?"'! &fj9Fia i ft wj(3JT, -w rjl P5iWfWfV"W?Wt ? rnW'l-J "SI iW ! '' V .i! limm-mmmmmmmm. , lilT i if i il i u i m 11 n " B fMmxmWimwM 1 -. , ft ; s N ft It- ID. I Sn. THE HAYTI HERALD PUBLMHBII EVERY TlIUlUUJAY, BY WILLIAM YOBK, fcDITOB AND PUB. TEKM9 Of flUBeOBIPTlOM! M.00 iNfEHEl) ATTtlB POBTOFMCE, HAYTI, Omen ill Olty Hall, Southwest Room, HUUSI3 BILL NO. 220. This bill, introduced'Tiy Wm. A. Stephens of Johnson county, chows that the gentleman is thinking along the right lines, and that with a better under standing of the subject matter, he might be enabled to get the right kind of a bill before the House. But this bill misses the mark entirely. The bill is to Amend section 587, which fixes the maximum rate newspapers ure allowed for public advertise ments, which under the old law is $1 per 250 ems for th...

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. — 25 February 1915

typfypsqitk ,? f" T " .WwJiSBHIlR -WWII I 117 YD AiJ J?JWwM4& llLJAAJLjIy "M HAY1SI THE lfor Earl ray , rgo. M VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. NO. 10; f irry Hit Iva rico ssln all, uth JS1, tin, ell, lllo hn, Ho an, rt y, va in, in U'l va f L V v T MRS. LAURA MORRIS REPLIES TO Editor Herald: May a helpless and distressed mother have space in your es Teemed paper to defend' herself (nd honor against the charge of 0. J. McElheny, in a .statement over his signature, published in hia subsidized paper, The Oi Itlc, , Friday, February 19, 1915, in which he accuses me and others, whom he does not name, of bring ing charges against him for the seduction of my child, Winnie Mae, for the purpose of black mail? It is needless for me to say I keenly feel the humiliating position in which I am placed, and I regret more than I can tell the painful notoriety that has fallen to my lot. My life has been filled with disappointment and unhappiness, and my bur den has been hea...

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