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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 August 1913

-w -J,V-.' r,r TV wvi JIT n'-itt ' ns nv vc$f& tiwitf nffHS ? jvnawfi; r , 1 iMfj yh. fi I ALL OVER MISSOURI NEWS OF GENERAL INTERE8T FROM ALL SECTIONS OF THE 8TATE. THE STATE IS PROSPEROUS rio Falling Off In Interest Payments Reported by Country Banks , Present Crop Shortage Not So Bad as 1901. There may bo drought and desola tion in some parts of Missouri, but, the men who make the loans on farm prop erty within the state have not beou ablo to discover any unusual condi tions. There has been no falling off In the payments of interest and principal on farm mortgages and this is considered an unfailing barometer of good or bad rural conditions, according to the loan and financial agents. ' "Wo have had no letters begging for rmoro time on notes," said Charles Campbell, counsel for the Common wealth Trust Company of St. Louis, and financial agent for loans made, by the Prudential Insurance Company on farm property. "Our agents over the state report no curtailment of busi ness. Th...

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. — 21 August 1913

J , I It I WWfcWiWtH04W ilEldyift,.y.yhft.fg-gMtryfM.Wiffy,w. YHEjr,pjgy.. ...'mii ifciWi "tir - ft '-! "AtT'''1' Vg4 Uui TRADE AT F. M. PERKINS' STORE. IT'S SAFE. : I 144444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 44444444444444tt44444444444444444444444444444444 444444444444444444444V1 r r It u i J1- B. S. Stearns, who has been attending the State University at Columbia, returned home this week, and is spending a few days with his family and friends in this city. He will teach this term of school either in St. Louis or St. Louis county. John R. Smith and Mrs. Hat tie Mitchell of Caruthersville were married at the Methodist parsonage in this city Sunday morning at 9:80, by Rev. .J. B. Lyle, the pastor. The incident had its humorous phase, but we will let the preacher tell the joke. J. W. McFarland and John Parks were over from Caruthers ville Thursday night. A PLEASANT HOUR FOR ALL While away those dull summer evenings have a pleasant after supper....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

W!! ' .T1"Vi:"5V"1 ct-..,. i-'iAVA-1-1 Vf.-.'-rj -ff-rtr r ' i T i" il t-' in i i n L I ' ' "''t'Jl! ti '"',';. I..). 1 !1 -JiJ v a HI r i v3 ,? r Iriri. The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. VOL. 5. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28,1913. NO. 42. HAYTl HERALD 1 - y f SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY Tho 1913-14 session of the pub lie school begins Monday, Sep tember 1st. At that time, we are expecting the largest enrollment wo have ever hurt. Ample arrangement has been made by the school board to take til KG egal cure of every boy and girl ol' legal age in the district. Bear in mind, however, that no provision has been made by the district to Take care of those children who are five years of age. The law says this question is optional and since no provision lias been made, we will be unable to handle those children. Child ren who will be six year old be fore Jan. 1, HU I, will he allowed to enter at the beginning of the" term. Parents will be required lo furni...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

n.lfl(iiw ijTT-T'-yr ,t$)nt$giwfffi S3 w. nr it HOW SOME WORDS ORIGINATE Conctructton of Language as Much a Piece of Carpentry as Building of Ordinary House. Word building is as much a plcco of jearpentry as Id Iioubo building. Only it takes longer. SomotlmoB a conlury or more. And by that time tho word's first meaning Is usually changed. For example, tho old word for "neighbor" was "sib." One"s good neighbor was known us ono's "good nib," This became shortoned to "god alb." and later to "gossip." Then tho word's whole meaning changed and gossip no longer meant good neighbor, but applied to the sort of tnlk ex changed between good neighbors. Tako tho word "fanner," too. The old word Tor "farmer" was "boor." (And "boor" later waB used for de scribing farmorlikc or rough persons.) Tho farmer living nearest to one was known as lhc "nighboor," and this phrase. In courto of time, was twist ed to "neighbor " You've heard tho proverb. "Llttlo pitchers have big ears." Welt it doesn't rornr ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

s77-- j ivV - v--rvv;sr- s-ws?r" f7, A ?H TE5 ft.. i 1 I J WITH POPULAR GAUZE BUTTERFLY i , z I - fOW that it is n little too late to want a straw bat, and considerably too early to buy a volvot or winter felt, a between-seasons idea baa been launched In that dear Paris. It is tho black or white catln hat and it in trimmed with a gauze butterfly. Tho "gauze" is flno mallno, of course, but "gauze" goes bettor with "butterfly." Tho satin hat and tho gauze butterfly have made an instantaneous suc cess. Already the manufacturers are getting dally telegranu from all points of tho compass, and are laying wagers with each other as to which particular satin hat with a butterfly is ordered in said telegram. Theso hats usually have soft crowns aiyl somewhat flexible brims. They lit close to tho head and aro worn without a hat pin. Tho liking for black in a ibaction after the riotous voguo of riotous colors which is passing with Xho summer. . " JULIA BOTTOM LEY. PRETTY IDEA FOR MILLINERY Hand-...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

-f.Jl lj P-ti Jr W"' ' 'W-i'itA vw.TJS-f'i'V . .WV ,W" a"" -.f',Wf SS? r , --fff- - b--?'-9" aa --twt '' 4(r , -' .'-.t A J ;l j i. if 85 T.J. TRATJTMANN Physician nnd Surgeon Ofllce phono 60. Itosidcnco 60. Hayti, ... Missouri. Olllco Phone f0. lies. Phono .'10. J. G. C1UDLR Physician und Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Pructlco In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYFS LAWYER Hayti, Mo. J. S. GOSSOM 1'roBooutlng Attorney Pemiscot 'Oo. All Kinds of Civil riualnesa Promptly Attended to Oflloe in Court Houho Oaruthi:r9Vim.i:, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty Attornkys- at- law Will practice in nil tho courts Ofllce Over Pont Ofllce Carutiikrsville, Mo. Phono -159. P. S. RAVEF8STEII ARCHITECT AND BUILDER Fire and Life Insurance. Notary Piiolje. PHONE 20 HAYTI. MO. J. Notary Public lies. Phone 00 OMen: Gitv Ilavti HAYTI, MISSOURI Barber Shop and Bath Room Newest, Largest, Nicest and Best Place in Town. H. M. RANSBURGH,...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

-;', u- 'irfi;? v"i-u "tv w?.s',.'",IAr5(jJJ5? iffTS' Mi i j .C m THE HAYTI HERALD The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. VOL. 5. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28,1913. NO. 42. I v U First Load of Cotton. Jack Edwards, one of our lead ing cotton growers, brought the tir.st loud of IS) 151 cotton to the Hayti market Wednesday. It M'tiins that several merchants luid offered premiums, but the o lly one to respond was I. Kohn, .vith a nice shirt, and Fred Mor mm and Pete Meatte, each with :i quart of their best. He receiv ed 4 cents a pound. .las. Grinstead, one of Bragga docio's pioneer citizens and good farmers, was in Hayti Wednes day afternoon. lClmer Murphy is placing a brand new set of barber lixtures in his new brick building, and will have a handsome place. Julius Kohn, a thorough American and who is going to make his mark on the American continent, returned from sin ex tended visit to St. Louis Thurs day. Chas. Heed, who returned from Dawson S...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

asaBafl-iX ?' '- ," ... SSSIS i I'w " ' 'l'i 1 rlitlf r-iiTwifrri-n -iiniiliB'fi-T"nTi'i i--f wr nW - nwnifw j ' ..". rMjBggaBBIBMat'jgaiia; m if - r v4&t . "v rr TWlTS F -'-'"""V'l,..14-

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

' SP sr grrv-9r?W)W i -r-.- . Virwlrr' WW'J'SlpW KWkiW'MIWilJ . ' .-.-v -ia.? i,c ti -. -? ''.it J i V -J - v 'k:A i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Geo. Morrell was in from his Carleton farm Saturday. Prank Nunn has placed his name upon our honor roll. G. 13. Webb of Braggadocio was in Hayti Thursday evening. Houses for rent. See Mrs. Edith R: Klnjf, Huyti, Mo. 37lf J. B. Foster, one of the sub stantial citizens of Steele, was in this city Thursday. Joe Fount and son. Lad, of Con cord, transacted business in this city Friday. V. 11 MciiUe, well known to our people, is now cutting incut vin a butcher shop in Cairo, 111. 14-Uootn House fop Sale, near depot, tit u Ijiu-ifiiin. .1. H. Korrcll, Huyti. Turner Martin was on the sick , list a few days last week. TEXASBOUND What part ot Texas do you wunt to retiehV No intittpr'wliut point Dallas. Fort Worth, Vaco, Houston, Galveston, Corpus Christ!, Urownsville you will find the lino of comfort and scenic fittraetivenps is the jjjjRHj Vou will 11 ml it...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

.n"fi,'rwf,i "'nvi-ii" is5rv:R'5,'rs'9!?5:rv''"(' it ,5,':',!T? PPP ,JM "4; 'ft") ' ff t 'W-J A e The liayti Herald William York, Publisher. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Joy riders would better take tlmo than do timu, Tho more the fashions daro tho harder tho WUHcb stare. Ono Is sometimes tempted to think that there Is too much weather. Thcro wan a tlmo when people ob jected to even the peek-a-boo waist. Ono of tho crying nccdB of tho hour is a standardized sllco of water melon. Valuable advice to thoso getting cubist haircuts: Tako out an insur ance policy. Part of tho trouble about the cab aret may como from calling a booze shop a enfo. By flying over the Alps In an aero piano ono avoids paying tips nt Al pine hostelrles. At last tho ncroplane has been used Tor an elopement. But it would never do for a honeymoon. Lota of men nttain success without over knowing the difference between an aura and n hiatus. Sonic of those bargain bathing suits give tho owner the decorative effect of a cubist Eas...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

PtPR VAn "sr- wsTa-i"" k t-"' 'witftyW ll&'ff- V"r"3' '"Wjhfl :;?t r? . 1 V'- 7 'a ! V t in ii i iiiMiwiiiun w V J J J I e h a, lo m rk ie 3 a GO tho' un- : is o. Ins for oen KEEP UP THE ROADS S State Should Buy Equipment and Loan to Counties. SI 0 MAJOR J EXECUTIVE WELL PLEASED Big Lesson of Two Days' Campaign Is Urgent Need of More Road- building Machinery in Missouri. Jefferson City. Tho big lesson ot tho two days' good roads campaign as Governor tajor nnd Prank W. Buf fum, the state highway commissioner, view. It, Is tho urgent need of more roatl building machinery in Missouri andtmoro systematic and buBlness like wort: on tho roads. Out of this probably will como to thenext legislature a recommendation b Governor Major for tho purchase bv the statu ot ten to twenty of these c&uipmcnts o bo under the care of tjho highway commissioner and sent ;'Aut by him from county to county whero the farmers along tho road will pay the oxpenso of operating them nnd will follow behind ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 August 1913

r',.T - Uenf.tcffftffrfee6.fffetfe.ee.tef5.pfe.ffg.ff6.s.fffttfffS.ff.tffftfffeffC.ctf.6.cte.ttte.6.efC.6.ff.fft6. fftfetftfrttfrttfrfrtfratfjftfrftteffrtftffttfcrftfefrfftets-s-frfrlfte-ffe-tff-fftffrc-fttefrt I : TRADE AT F. M. PERKINS' STORE, IT'S SAFE. ; -4434444-94344444443 iiiiiiiiii9i9iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii9iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii9iiiti9iiiiiiiiiiiiil mamm ,-CVf &. j: hi t i i-s i a Concord Items. Lucile Pousb is on tlio punny list this week. Mrs. Doss Hutlgens visited in Haj'ti Friday. W. T. Ii wry utlendod to busi ness at Swift Thursday morn intf. Lincoln Hartwell and son, Ed and family, of Arkansas, are vis iting Mr. and Mrs. John Pool. Riley Henderson and family sire visiting relatives and friends in Tennessee. There was a good Sunday hchool at Concord Sunday and a large attendance. Misses Bessie and Ira Erwin of near Terry Switch are attend ing the singing school at Dry liiiyou. Mrs. Jennie Maxey of Hayti visited her brother, Doss Hud gens and family, Thursday after noon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 September 1913

.1 ,fciAv- 1- V rf--IS. ft . ) -J, -w'g.-- i-vj1 h H(wJl VfyP'i fTi-v 1 . v4 i ' THE HA YTI HERALD Office in CITY HALL t nv Office in (CITY HALL . - ;b The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County. 4 kfexufcfck i..$A " t i VOL. 5. SCHOOL NOTES. By Supt W. H Jotinion. The opening day of another school year 1ms come mid gone. The ulLunclniu'i', as was expected, was very much larger than last year's beginning day. ' Tlio en rolhnent at the Hose of the first, month last year was '27)7. The enrollment this yeai lor the first ay was '2H), or m2l more than at ' i iiu uiu.su oi uie ursii inuiiiii iiisl .year, irrom nrcsonii inuicauonsi we believe it will reach J51."j by the close of the month. ' The increased attendance means more responsibilities for the teachers, and parents. We believe there are many things which could be done for the bet terment of the school during this term. A closer .sympathy between parent and teacher, which could be greatly aided by tlll llf...

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. — 4 September 1913

PH, """ 'wg w-ttaf'-i;- tj - t- - '" - I iMERICAN REFUGEEsTeAVING MEXICO; CONSUL GIVES AID Mexico City, Mexico. The fall tiro of. John LInd, personal roprc ficntaUvo of President Wll8on,to re lira to tho capital from Vera' Cruz Is taken hero to indicate that Washing Ion and Mexico aro agreed on one thing at last, nntnely, thnt there 1b 110 good to ho accomplished by the trip. Tho Mexican government has mndo no further proposal or concession to , the United States. It is -considered Uicro thnt the next move must be made ny Washington. j Officials hero viewed tho situation rmoro brightly bocnuso of the floatation of n 12,000,000 peso loan which was inkon by three local banks. Exoduo Becomes General. The exodus of Americans from, the capital on account of Mr. Wilson's -warning to them to leave the country is not so great as had boon antici pated, alnce many Americans took the attitude that there is no reason for them to get out unless Intervention "was a certainty. Many persons appeare...

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. — 4 September 1913

wrr 3 ptepfiVWl.""' ' ' - y-K-IT'F- ,iy - v 'JV "5" V? T-jf -' ytf 1 "SOTftAJiWJ v j,,,,,..,- -?.'aj-"---'i r?FitfHW'r'''vJ - '.' 7T n HL 1 1, Pi The Hayti Herald William York, Publisher. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Oh, well, it tho tango aids tho chi propodlsto It Is not a total loss. Civilization takes Its policewomen, Ilka Its cafetcriaB, from Los Angeles. Sumtnor haB been raoro charltnblo to tho poor than havo many citizens. No real boy wants to bo a tenor when ho can bocomo a baseball hero. "Don't frown at tho cook," adviBeB an exchange. Docb anybody over do that? Luckily for some, thero is only ono lower end to each baseball pcrcon tago column. Poetry Ib an important factor in dl j vorco courts to thoso who have play 'lod tho game of love too ardently. Tho days are gettlngohorter, but a woman thinks that is no reason why a man should stay out longer at night. Racing automobiles is tho new sport In Now -York. As two persons wero killed tho first day it may provo popu lar. A Chicago man ar...

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. — 4 September 1913

i 11 , LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Dixie Reed was in from the farm Friday. Constables Bob Sanders of Con cord was in town Saturday. I Ion ros for rent. Sect Mrs. Edith R. Klntf, Hayti, Mo. .TJlf Judge Win. McElvain of Qa ruthorsvillo was in Hayti a short while Saturday night. , Mesdames John and Elijah Scott visited in Caruthersville Saturday evening. Tom Dowdy was in from his w 13. Dewcese. one of the Carleton form Friday. I good Concord fanners, was in J. B. Copolund has' placed his town Tuesday, name upon our honor roll. ila. Wah, wohm,cl ., C1.0W1 ()f CMias. Reed was in from the his bottling works boys over firm Saturday. from Citrnthersvillo Friday night. I H. Terry has returned from Bleda. Miss May Lutsliinv of Caruth ersville is Visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Blaukenship -was ovcr,W U' ,0ndl' thir, wwk from Caruthersville Tuesday. Von Mayes and Leo Green John Jones of Concord was m'W(i11 Inudu a liess trip to town Saturda...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 September 1913

H v ' f "ft J ' 7 f f if ' -.'tffjimf "istipa iww'V! 7ri- 'A " " - I' . . V . V yj f ' l!.1 ik r- ii. ifc ' lf , T. J. TRAUTMANN l'hysiciuit nnd Surgeon j Offloo phone 60. .Itoeldonce 60. HAYTI, - - . MlBSOUKI. Onico Phono 50. RCs. Phone 80. J. G. CRIDER ,' . Physician und Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F, A. MAYES ,' Physician nnd Surgeon Hayti, - - ' Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER , Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co All Kinds of Civil iJaainess Promptly Attended to Office in Court House Oaiujthkrsvillb, - Missouri duncan & Mccarty Attornbys-at-law Will practice in all the courts Office Over Pont Office Cauutuersvillb, Mo. Phone 158. THE HAYTI HERALD Published &vkry Thursday, By .William York, Editor and Pun. terms of budscription: 81.00 a ykar, cash jn advanob KNTERKD ATTHB POBTOPPIOB, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AS BECQND CLASS MATTER Omoo in City Hnll, 8outhwest Room, Hayti, Pemiscot County, Missouri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 September 1913

lfV" Afpj. ra iJrjiTiiW.yy, ryt,. fT ' "j, Xtf i W K tff p- .. i ' ' A-r-$V !-$ W ,; v 1 I I i J mi , it ifttjttk "MANNISH" VESTS FOR FALL I tiylBSSSSSSSSSSSBSP I ' -y These ultra-mannish vests are the very newest In French fashions for fall wear, but even the split skirt and the one-piece bathing suit have not prepared man to accept with equanimity this further usurpation of his cos tume. DAINTY AND USEFUL DRESSES i EYEBROWS NEED CARE Nothing Prettier for the Small Girl Has Been Evolvedjn the Season's f Range of Fashion. Tho model on tho left bIiowb a use ful littlo drcsB in a soft shade of blue. Tho skirt 1b laid in flat plaits turn ing from tho front Tho bodlco wraps over a littlo to left side; it i3 fastened by press studs and ornamented with fancy buttons and braid loops. Tho collar, cuffs and waist-band are in blue and whito checked cotton. Materials required: 2 yards 40 indies wido, yard chock 20 inches wide, 3 buttons. Besido tills is a dainty dress of white spotted muslin. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 September 1913

j?if'r; Vf"" 'Sftyi i. ... .-. -ww'jftii rrjv; 'y ). t mp4 'ft-jiireitcn yt''''f-ifirtm f.P.,1' y "VS .-v vt" -- ,." It Cs w 5" 14 ," , V V USES TDU-HEM Expressions of Noted Men, That ' Have' Become Common. "While There's Llfo There's Hope," "New Brooms Sweep Clean" and Many Other Old Favorites Mark Historic Epochs. London. No Icbb n porson than Cicero llrst made uso of tlio expres sion, "WIUlo thoro's llfo there's hope.' in a lottc'r ho wrote to Attlcus "Wo are la tho Bamo b'oat" is not niodorn Biting, but occurs in a letter written by Cloment 1 bishop of Rome, to tho Church of Corinth In tho first century This letter 1b oxtant and Is ono of tho Iirlzcd documents of the early church. "I novcr put off till tomorrow what J can do today" was7 Lord Chester "field's explanation of how ho managed to do o lnuch work. "Whatever Is worth doing at all is worth doing well," ho wrote later in tho famous Letters to ills Son in Boruo of the expressions wo .use "habitually may be crystallized an ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 September 1913

Tre"1 r'f' lf-V"- nr - i or" - - 'l -pjlflyi W I ' .Z- TRADE AT F. M. PERKINS' STORE. IT'S SAFE, i i fftji.jiyir.ilVrt..u.MwiiiUi ? Braggadocio News Notes. BY REUBEN. Mrs. Sain White is very ill this week. The farmers are getting ready to gather cotton. Many will begin this week. M rs,. Joy Taylor, who has been ill of fever, is reported better at this writing. s Charlie Gramling has charge of the buying and weighing of cotton at this place. Big Bien is a regular "Tohnny on the spot" he nev er fails. You're always up on the dot if he is in the sleeping room. There's a true ring to his morning greeting that makes early risers sit up and take notice. He gets a rise out of the drowsiest sleeper. But don't take my word for it. Come in and see for yourself. I always keep him on the counter where ".vervone can see him. 2 JEFLER1 ARE YOU ABOUT TO BUILD? We Are 'i.- f' WVA SESSzrr-'-T-: vflfcSr ' . -mi4il ' V' TTT - ..,,- - JmmmmmMmumeummMm . -rmmmM ? -: m fTir -sajt"- y TV r"TiT? n m k i " ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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