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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 September 1912

wws-ruV -&A 1 1 IJLld I n.i 1 11 JLl i ri. J A-J AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSjDA'Y, SEPTEMBER 19, 1912. NO, 15. ( 'k. . I A w J f ft M L? -, $1,000.00 MISSING. Lust weolc the report cuinc from Caruthorsvillo tlmt a pack ac containing S!1,000, niaili'd by a St. Louis banlc to the Hank of Hayti, was missing, and upon in vestigation, we found that the package eoutainud only tfl.OOO, tliat it was mailed from St. Louis September !), and that when the mail pouch supposed to contain the package was opened at the Hayti postotlice, the pack age was missing. lAiiling to re ceive the remittance, Cashier AlcNail wired the St. Louis bank, when another $1,000 was for warded. Postoftico inspectors have been making a vigilant search and investigation of the matter, but up to the present, we understand, no clue has been discovered. Lt is said that, the mail messenger who handled this package on the train is 70 years old and that he has been in the service 2...

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. — 19 September 1912

tUjWjtflY"'113'' "bi ,MtKbAmzxcmnawAMtuie&XHs W4 4 h JMT J-WU.U kl 144 4uH iAMMWU'Ik'IM k.A-fe 'pyci-watuAla.ariwMrwW' wswomi W(MfflM&!Wra2 : i t i 0. It. CHfiSSWELL Dentist All Klmla of Dental Work Neatly Executed Crown and Ilrldgewortc a Specialty Hayti, - - - Missouni T. J. TRAUTMANN rh.VHician and Surgeon Ofllco phone 50. Roaldunco 00. Hayti, - - - Mibsouki. J. G. CKIDER Phyrtiehm and Surgeon Office Phono fiO Residence 30 Hayti, - - Missouri F. A. MAYES PIiyHicinn and Surgeon Hayti, MISSOURI S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES L-AWYEFJ Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil riaaineaa Promptlj Attended to Office n Court House Carutiiursville, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty Attorney-at-Law Will practice in all the courts Office Over Poet Office Carutheusvili-e, Mo. Phone 158. T. A. McNAIL Notary Public Otiiee: Bank of Hayti Hayti, - - Missouri P. S. RAVENSTEIM ARCHITECT AND BUILDER Fire and ...

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. — 19 September 1912

"" fcivwpftgwiw i , - THE HAYTI HERALD AN WNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1912. NO. 15. rSTA U?S? I "., I SK ?H-, & : I s WILSON STANDS ON HIS RECORD 'Josephiis Daniels of Demo cratic National Committee Wants Voters to Make an Investigation. WILL WIN LEGION OF FRIENDS Slander Is Not to Play a Democratic Campaign, Publicity Chairman. Part In Declares Now York, Aug. 8. Josephus Dan iels, chnlruiau of the publicity com mittee of the Democratic national committee, Bald today: "Eight yeurs ago during the presi dential campulgn of 1904 1 came to New York and, being a member of the Democratic national committee, I dropped in at the headquarters of the committee. I found the literary bu reau of the committee very actively engaged In perusing the volumes of Theodore Hoosevelt. When 1 saw on every desk 'The Winning of the West,' "The Life of Thomas H. Ben ton' and a half dozrn otherB of the works of the then Republican nominee for preside...

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. — 19 September 1912

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 September 1912

! H'- ill " ,.' i ffi 4-'t..Jl i"' 7 EDITORIAL COMMENT. of the very bulwarks of oui H bertios. It 1ms willed twelve good citizens of Pemiscot county liars and perjurers. It has SIDE BY EACH. The expected has happened The Argus has at last emanated , Bono to the length of setting and from the bushes and come out ' Parking itself up as the very into the open nnd joined hands of 'ourt itself. It leaves nothing tellowship with its republican far ".Voiu else. It is the guar contemporary, nnd the two have ,Hun of the county; it is the man gone at it hammer and tongs to n&or or the county oflieers; it is defeat the democratic ticket and tlie sidvisor of the courts and elect certain rciniblican noini- juries; and yet at the same time Herald Telephone Number 04. J. T. Buckley was in the coun ty seat Thursday. Tell the news to phono 04. Moreau Gaskins is at Dawson Springs Ky., for his health. The bust of cheese at Muck ley's. 41 Ferd Morris was in Caruthers ville Thursday. A barrel of new...

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. — 19 September 1912

, aurr &m Jfin't;jrt' as kW. 'IL u PROGRAM Of the Fifth Sunday Meeting to be Held With the Oak Grove Baptist Church, Wardell, Mo. Beginning Thursday Night Before the Fifth Sunday in September, 1912. Introductory Sermon: Rev. J. O. Willct, Caruthersville. 1 . The sphere of the different missions for which our Association Contributes: Rev. J. J. Wilson, B. B. Sanders. 2. How can we get the best spiritual results from our prayer meetings? Rev. Lee Massey, J. G. Kesner. 3. Evidences of regeneration: A. E. Chapman, C. W. Chapman. 4. Why should saved people join the church? Joel Adams, A. L. P. Woodward. Friday Night Sermon: Preacher to be appointed by com mittee. Saturday Morning: Devotional, by Rev. W. W. Ellis. 1 . Can the soul sin after regeneration? J. L. Cannon, H. Cranford. 2. Why should we teach Baptist doctrine and how? Rev. J. O. Willet, W. T. Brown. 3. Exegesis of John, 3. 5: Rev. Lee Massey, B. F. Allen. Saturday Afternoon: Devotional, by A. E. Chapman. 1 . Predestination:...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 September 1912

t.i THE HAYTI L 11 aL iJLjL AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1912. NO. 46. ft m i 2 BIG DAY AT STEELE. TIr' County Doinoe isi lie Cen tral Committee met, at Carulli-er-,ville Monday and inside sir nngements to got si speaker of nalion-il nolo to s)citk iit Steele Saturday, October .", when a big birboeuowill be given at that place Arrangements were al so made for a special train from l'ortagevillo sind return on that day. Hon. Joe .). liussell ot HON. ,IOK .1. KlSSKl.L. Missouri, and Hon. FinK C.arrett ol Tennessee will be anions tin; speakers. A bras band will lui'iiisli music lor tin occasion. 'Phis will be the opening of the democratic campaign in Peinis cot county. This will be a big day, and every democrat and his lamily should o and have a good tune. 1'. S. Berry, who was for so 1 me- a time connected with the Southeast Missouri Tele phone Company as local manager but who went into the transfer business a few months ago, has ...

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. — 26 September 1912

hm Order of Publication. Pemiscot Count., Missouri, Circuit C ourt Record, .lul.v Adj. Term 1012. Saturduj the 12th divy of tliu term, and the "th duy of September, 1912. John Hrown, Plaintiff, vs. Joseph O. Michell, Defendant. Now ut this day comes the plaintilT, l. his nltornej, and It appealing to the satisfaction of the court that the defendant, Joseph O. Michcll, cannot be .summoned in this action, and it appearing to the Court further, thul thetiluintilT has tiled ids petition and ntltuavit, sUiliiiL'. ai stathiL'. among other tilings, that the defendant is a non-resident of this state, It is ordered by the Court that publication be made, notifying I the defendant, that an action has I been commenced against him, by ne t tion aud attachment, in the Circuit i ourt of Pemiscot County, in the Mate of Missouri, to recover damages in the sum of seven hundred and scv- itv-live dollars on account of a 'roach of warranty or selling plain l if a diseased horse; thut his proper t lias b...

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 September 1912

"J THE HAYTI HERALD AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1012. NO. 46. "JOKERS" HID REVISION UP Actual Raising of Duties Effected by Payne BilL COTTON AND WOOL SCHEDULES Both Indefonsibla, and President Taft Knew It Suppression of Facts by the Tariff Board Statistics Employ ed to Mislead the Public. By ROBERT KENNETH MAC LEA. (Kormurly consulting expert ot tlio tariff board. J New York. Aim. .-Oil not a single one of tin- ninety five all (.'01101) satn pics of fabric taken ns the basis of the tariff hoard investigations of the cot ton schedule was there nn actual re duction of the tariff by the 1'ayne Alilricli law. The samples were selected with great care by the combined Judgment of the board's experts. Indorsed by the lead ing Jobbers of the United States as lieing representative of nil classes of fabric In use In this country, each sample being chosen because It was typical of the most used material of its particular weave or clas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 September 1912

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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. — 26 September 1912

m m m '? & ISMfe I SS.flffcE i& 3 .il , V T Hfi .YS EDITORIAL COMMENTS. THE ARGUS' RYES BUND. in a long artiele upon the"nu iliting question," th3 Argus, in a recent issue, says: "The people by their votes at the primary declared themselves UNMISTAKABLY in I'livnr ol'jordcciu it expedient, to participate in 1 his work' dinieulties tliut only personal action That is certainly n belated !,,in "wsomit. A man ouirhi to have II-. III1ICII Htflll 10 pi'OH't'I IMH Cliai'llCler 'J'lio assault tho Caruthersville. He publican is making upon .liid-jo Cos soin, democratic nominee for tho ollicc i)f prosecuting attorney, resol ves it self into a personal matter that can not bo settled through the newspapers. What we have published lias been in the interest of truth and justice, as was our duty as a democratic newspa per, inn we no not feel eaiieii upon The heaviest load of junk and punk the democratic party of Pemiscot county has to carry is the Argus and its gang, but it has borne the b...

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 September 1912

wm f wnim r Hayti Schools Open. W. H. Johnson of Essex, sup erintendent of the Hayti public schools, writes that school will open the 80th. Wo are filud Mr. .lohnson thought to write us, as it enables us to inform the peo ple, n matter, it seems, the school board does not recognize. His letter follows: Essex. Mo., Sept. 23.-Sehool opens Monday, September 80. After some delay, our public Mihool will open next Monday. "We feel quite certain that after this lontf vacation, every pupil in the district will be ready for the first day. We hope that the patrons of the school will bear in mind that the money we draw from the state school fund will be appor 1 ioned according to the per cent of attendance by the pupils, and not according to the enumera tion. Besides, the pnpil who at tends most regularly gets the most benefit from the school. There are three important fac tors in making the school a suc cess, the parent, teacher and pupil. The teachers expect to put forth their very bvst etio...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 October 1912

",''' i, THE HAYTI HERALD AN UNTERRIF1ED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. HAYTT, MISSOURI. THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1012. NO. 47. m 1 'M 1j M if t3 1 $ 4 9B w '.' .Tfcw 'ffiK ? -fi? X ,'' t '5 b NEW FEDERAL LAW. dipt' .Republican: W. l 1 'helps a few weeks a-o stolen man's wife uiul live children lrum Ruaould, Ark., and tool: them to St. Louis, where he shortly afterwards abondoned them to poverty and sickness. The woman is Mrs. Sarah Summers, whose husband is a railroad laborer at Paratfould. The federal authorities were told by the woman that the man had started down the river in a house boat and the Cape officers and Deputy United States Mar shal Whit worth were notilied to look lor him. it appears that, the man arrived here during night ami lelt instructions lor mail to be forwarded to him at Stewart's, a small place in Pemiscot coun ty. Deputy Marshal WhiUvorth followed this clue and yesterday wont to Pemiscot, located his man, working in the timber, and brought him to this city and l...

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. — 3 October 1912

w.,iT-t-l -nr-tz bsssssssttsox Order of Publication. Pemiscot County. Missouri, Circuit C tuirl Record, July Adj. Term 11)12. Suturduv the 12ili du.v of the term, tnul tin." "Ill (ln.v of September, 11)12. .lohn Drown, PluintilV, vs. Joseph O. Michell, Defendant. Now at this day comes the pliiiulilT, h lits iiltornc, and it nppcurintfto the satisfaction ol the couri that the i I'tiHidant, .toseph O. Michell. eutmot i.e summoned in tin- anion, and it nipearinur to the Court further, that the plalntill litis Med his petition and uilhlavit, -,ttiiny, anions other things, Unit the defendant is a non-resident til this slate, it is ordered by the Court Mint publication be intide. notil.uny; the defendant, that an action has lioen commenced against liim, by pu MtKin linn Attachment, in the Circuit mirt of Pemiscot County, in the Mate ol Missouri, to recover damages ;i the Mini ol seven hundred and sev- ay-live dollars on account of a ivach of warranty or -ellini: plain- i il u di-ca-cd hor...

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. — 3 October 1912

V.' r.V and will thoy support that ticket?" If they will answer this question, und set themselves right before? tins people, thon the thvop democratic newspapers in the county should all got in harmony and go to work for the party, instead of wrangling over matters that do not concern the general public. EDITORIAL COMMENTS. ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT? It used to be in Rome that it was greater to be a Roman than a king. Today in America it is greater to be a democrat I ban to be a republican president. Are you a democrat? Are you a dop-water tisli. or merely n top water? Do you put the princi ples of your party above person The new road law enacted bv al wrangles and local factional- the last session of the legisln istn? Are you always found lure and which compels all able ... . i i i . i . . . . . . woncing mine Harness, never ; ooilieil men net ween 21 and )(, the mail order people are the (altering, never wavering, al- years to pay a poll-tax of Si'.OO in .dentists. Not i.v peopleare ways...

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 October 1912

iHiiLumuiAJr a3wnnar-Kw. EDITORIAL COMMENTS. DO YOU HISBV This pupiM is not engaged in attacking the personal characters of the nominees on the republi can ticket for county oflice, nor are. we engaged in defending the personal characters of the nomi nees on the democratic ticket for county oflice. We are only try ing to see the people are not mis led. All questions as to the moral litnc.ss of both the repub lican and democratic nominees was passed upon by the respec ' ive parties at the primary. The questions now involved are those of political principle. There was .1 time for the discussion and con sideration of the moral fitness of the different candidates aspiring 'u county ofhVe through their i cspoctive parties, but the people lave spoken on such questions .titer a careful consideration of each candidate and his claims md the nominees have been nam ed. The light has reached that stage when we should repudiate r aftirm the principles for which the party stands which presents ho...

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. — 10 October 1912

. THE HAYTI HERALD '.'- AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOULU, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1012. NO. 47. IP & WHY DR. WILEY IS FOR WILSON He Says Taft and T. R. Are Sol diers of Fraud. ENEMIES OF PURE FOOD LAW Famous Chemist Believe the Health of the Nation Demands Election of the Democratic Ticket. I By HARVEY W. WILEY. (Former Chief Chemist of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.) My appeal la chlelly to thoso who, like myself, have been lifelong Repub licans. 1 believe that uo kind of an jidmlnlBtration is going to ruin the country. I have a high personal re gard for each one of the candidates for president and vlce-presideent on all the tickets. All the political platforms are mainly sound and all promise ef lort in behalf nf the whole- people. My Get our booklets on better farming The Frisco's "nidus to food crops were written ly expert farmers. Every farmer along? the Frisco who wants more crops more profits should read 'Grasses and Clovers" ' For age and ...

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. — 10 October 1912

'I 'iMS tlMMl MlMfrn EXC RSION LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. A. Iloge is ill this wcolc. Yale padlocks i-'C cents ut UticldeyN. Mrs Dr. F. A. Mayes bus re turned from her visit tolvennett. for Ifl cents BIG BARBECUE AND DEMOCRATIC RALLY 25 rent oiwpi tints Btu;klc s. at S'un Pi key and .loiT Aloxiuulor of Portagevillo wore in Ilayti Tuesday. Toktij extracts are the vr.nv ni:vr. An, flavor , on witnl al ttuckle.s's. . Mrs. Clarence Mayes of Ken P'" !?r T0 lmmls ... ... nnunns Driijr Store. ne.il i- visiiniK in Hayti thK week. to be used, audit will likely he j whatever they maybe, and as sonic time before the new build- j they are .somniloquousing in the in? can be used. The teachers, ' same bed they are in si position to Miss Minnie Winters of Lutes- know what dreams are. It is no villo, Mo., Miss Dorthy Mize of uncommon thing for republicans Puxico, Mo., Miss Ruby Smith to denounce a democrat's veraci- of Kennett, Mo., Miss Jesse Hill tv and we are not at all pertrubed of Fulton Mo., Mi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 10 October 1912

I" -.j ifcj TT-JIT UAVT nAl 1 HERALD AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912. NO. 48. DEMOCRATIC RALLY. The Dumor ratio Rally held at THE BULL MOOSERS. The Uoosovolt republicans met Steele last Saturday was ;i signal at Caruthersville last Thursday sun-ess. A great crowd was night, tor the purpose of organi present. and the enthusiasm ol' zation, and to put out a ticket, the democrats, and republicans .1. S. X. Wimpth.ir was elected and socialists who have seen the chairmim, Or. I l Wood sorro light us Saul of Tarsus did, was tai'.v and W. P. Robertson. Deer unbounded. The Sikeston band ing, treasurer. A part ol' the tarnished the music I'or theoc- county tiolcot was nominated, and easion, and splendid niusic it w.as. ' it was intended to complete the which aided in enlivening the ticket. Resolutions were ad hours. A special train on t,he opted endorsing the Roosevelt I'Yisoo was run from Portage- ticket and in favor of county illu by...

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. — 10 October 1912

- Sj W-t ln - ' k . -$" 'J It J J' Order of Publication. Pemiscot County, Missouri, Circuit Court Record, July Adj. Term 11)12. Saturday the 12th duy o( the term, and the 7th du of September, HM'2. .lohn l'.rowr., Plaintiff, vs. Joseph O. Mieliell, Defendant. Now at this tla, conies the plaintitl. 1 his attorney, and it appearing to the .satisfiictlon of the court that the defendant, Joseph ). Michell, cannot lm summoned in this action, and It appearing to the Court further, that the nlainiilT has tiled his petition and atliuavit, stating, anion,' other things, that the defendant is a non-resident of this Mate, it i.s ordered by the Court that publication be made, notifying the delendant, that an action has neen commenced against him, by pe tuion and aitaehtnent, in the Circuit i ourt of Pemiscot County, in the M.Ueof Missouri, to recover damages .n the .sum of .seven hundred and seventy-live dollars on account of a hi each of warranty or selling plain 1 1 IT a diseased horse; that ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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