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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 March 1915

1 w wiW.Mwtiiiirni siijesjaajji MM V ftfW ffiKSI y JT5" " "V WW in WJ ' v THE, HAYT1 HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. - -& W; U. 8 I.' I . !- Dt i !K ft I' ir. I Ifcf Ifi US.. Classified Advertising. Money to Loan. 6 Money 6 Money b. Loam miiy he obtained for any pur y ovu in nm'ptnblo Krai Ktliilo m-uilrl l: liberal privileges: correspondence M.lli'Udil. (J. AUKNl'Y COMPANY. "oSOiis, Klectrlo Uldtf., Denver, Colo. 440 Fierce Bldtf., St. Louis, Mo. 10-4 Money to Loan. Applications received for loans from $100.00 to 810,000.00, on Improved and unimproved town property and farm lands, Interest 8 straight. Interest nayablo annually or semi-annually. Time: One to ten years. Applicants for loans will please give description, location, and valuation of property offered as security for loan. State Im provements and valuation of same. We want county representatives to receive applications for loans, np praise property, and serve as our ex clusive representative. Attorney or zeal estate man prof...

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. — 11 March 1915

I -J T- wpSffSSfPP "w 1" , yfi y -, ''"' "Vir':::nFs: '-v- . '- , w --.7--; .-JBiJ f THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI ur ' t-oAiW L-r -..5! -' ' " " " '"-' ':- W 1 V J General, County and Of General and Local Interest W. C. Cool: was n Caruthers- vlllo visitor Saturday. C. L. Bryson of Puscola was in this city Saturday. B. B. Milhorn was in Onrntli- n-svillo last Thursday. 0. 0. Ashley m;id a lHisine-i trip to Marsloti Friday. J . V. Corrinytjn wns ti Ciruth- ii'sville visitor Saturdtiy. W. P. Mcatte was a Cnrnlhor , ille visitor last Thursday. T. J. TRAUTMANN riijsician and Surgeon Office pliono 00. Rcsldenco 60. Hayti, Miswuki. F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, - Missoum S. J JEFPHESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Ilayti, - - Mo. Otllce: Room 10, Keystone Bid,'. P.S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE lies. Phone 28 Ollice Phone 98 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDING J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 98 Oflleo: City Hull HAYTI...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 March 1915

fSNw?5S5S "ta" ,?"(' y.jTiv;pjl-''t'.rn:'i7w- vff,- ,,--vr-"-juK-iO'.'- "i ;'t,"'(,wm - r?' "jr-.j-"- "- - "v 41 . FUc u THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. tin J. ta, . FUNERAL OF GERMAN PRISONER hon; henry lamm NEPOTISM BILL PAINLESSLY DEAD 2 GIRLS DISROBED ALARMS PRESIDENT El fe ITY 18 SAID TO BE 8TARVING SO MANY AMENDMENTS AUTHOR HIMSELF URQE8 ITS FINISH. FILE SUIT FOR $10,000 DAMAGES; AGAINST 36 WELL-KNOWN MEN. PILLAGING FOR FOOD SANCTIONED. 00 MRRCHANTS PUT IN JAIL MET SIMILAR FATE IN SENATE SELF - STYLED REGULATORS: Plan of Carranza Men I to Force Poor Into Army If They Wlh to Eat Situation Thought Critical. Discussion Develops Fact That Re publicans When In Control Are as Bad as Democrats Claim Paying Republican Debts. Special Term of Court Has Beem Called to 'Try "Possum" Hunters Open Threats' Made to Wreak engeance. i MEXICAN SITUATION I - wBJB 1 B.2& BBB&?FHKrnBBCMiKVK3BBBBK.fV-?&iaBTHVsr JvwiaBBl HWvwttinHi99HtfMfli39H l?59KEIRHHHR2Pfw&uilH vfftVvPQBliiiii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 March 1915

mmsrmwm4f v IPipi ' ' , -S" v ;." -v .jv-- ,- vr'; W?WryBv'S'tFV0. TtfE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI 3 W m MILLER IS MARSHAL Judge Van Valkenburgh Names 4 Tamnnraru Siionaaanr th i- r-f. ""." t. u. uiana. HAD HELD THE OFFICE BEFORE Adjournment of Congress Ended Term of Wilson's Appointee for the Western Dlitrict of Missouri. Honry Millar has ' been appointed 'temporary United States marshal for 'the Western district ot Missouri by "Judge A. 8. Van Valkenburgh, acting 'under instructions from Washington, 'to the effect that a temporary appoint $ :ment was necessary. The term of Ew 'ing C. Bland, recess appointee since December, expired with the adjourn :ment of Congress, leaving the district "without a marshal. Mr. Miller held 'the position after the resignation of -A. J. Martin In February, 1914, until December, when Bland was appointed by the President. , W. N. Collins, postmaster by the 'same sort of an appointment, holds over in his position by a regulation , In 'the postal depa...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 March 1915

Tmsp'W'm i-3w- WW " -" ? 1 &' viftfsiswsi vr?.i-v-vt'r. r-Atv -;''. i ro-v-.;- '.-..- jjr , ; . 7 . '. . HW; VJ(J-iJr!J-rW4rlS : XjK'AS-i615WrAfV-.s.v3 H r if ') ifc 1. ,,,-.---, , ,.. If. " 'IF ' it , ' ' . 'IT- -.' I THE IIAYT1 HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. -', zjs&&!TitttZSjkr5i?'i'tuVk7' v-trTA. '?u?m"i'jI V 1 IMv. EWr ; -fv V S ' . fe. ; I m ft K it i ( fc Mayes' Bill Pifce House. Representative Vbri Mayos came down from Jefferson City Saturday, to spend Sunday with .ills family, returning Sunday night to his jost of duty ih the leislutui'o. A tok'gruin from Mr. Muyes Wednesday morning informed us that his bill to di vide thin judiciul circuit passed tho House Tuesday, and will pass the Senate next week. This is, indeed, good news, and comes .somewhat as a surprise, as in a conversation with lilm.he was not hopeful of much work being done between now and adjournment, and said he was heartily in favor of continuing the session a week or ten days longer, although the legis...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 March 1915

7 "frp- 'W'-iffll! W! THE HAYTI HERALD - . v.- H .1 if i VOL.7. HAYTI, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1915. NO. 19. th-f. COUNTY J. P'S. MEET. The justices of the peace of Pemiscot county met in this city Friday for the purposo of- organ izlng the Pemiscot "County Jus tices of the" Peace Association, which has for its object the bet terment of the conditions yur rounding the justices of the peace i'ir ministration of iustice: to accider- ate the manner of criminal and civil procedure; to prevent trivial or worthless cases being tiled; the proper handling and collec tions of costs, and to ask the state legislature to pass certain laws looking to the betterment of the procedure of the justice courts. The meeting was well attended, those present from dif ferent townships being: R. D. Keirsey, Braggadocio; L. R. Watkins, Little Prairie; J. L. Baker, A. R. West and' J. M. Ball, Godair; F. M, Klingen smith and W. D. Hudgens, Con cord; C. R. Morgan, Pemiscot; J. A. Jones and G. C. Bowen, Co...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 March 1915

& l i.tr R THE HAVTT HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. P i (4 ft w w & I ? g & II' If , h'l u It i 1 ft Classified Advertising. Money to Loan. b Money b Money 6. Loutr- limy he obtained for tiny pur i .! on iiccclitiihlc Ht'ul I-Mate si-curl l: liberal privileges) correspondence .solicited. A C. AUKNUY COMPANY. "I.iStJas. hicctric Hlily. Denver, Colo 4lt l'iui-cuilldir.. St. Louis. Mil 1(5-4 Money to Loan. Applications received for loons from .$100.00 to $10,000.00, on improved and unimproved town properly anu larm lands. Interest S straight. Interest pavablo annually or semi-annually. Time: One to ten years. Applicants for loans will please give description, location, and valuation of property nlJered as security for loan. State im provements and vuluatton of same. We want county representatives to lecelve applications for loans, ap praise property, and servo as our ex- elusive representative. Attorney or ieal estate man preferred. Applicants tor loans, and anullcanw for agencie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 March 1915

V JTA' THE HAVTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. htt JS 't I fit $ m Vi 3 I a WHITE HOISC CAFE The only first class Cafe in town, conveniently located, nice, light room. Good cooks and courteous service to all. Special attention giv en to ladies. Everything in seas on and your patronage solicited. HARRY S. SCHILLING NORTH SIDE QUAKE, HAYTI, MO. T. J. TRAUTMANN PhyHfciuu mid Surgeon Office phone CO. Healileuce t;0. IfAYTi, Ml-Wl'Rl. F. A. MAVKS rh j slot an and Surgeon Mayti, ... Mnii'xi S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER " Will Practice In All Courts. Mayti, Missouri VON MAYES L.AWYEFR Hayti, - - Mo. Office: Room 10, Keystone Bldjf. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ftes. Phone 28 Office Phono 98 OFFICE! KEYSTONE BUILDINQ J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone-96 HAVTI, Office: City Hall MISSOURI A HOME INSTITUTION FARMERS BANK ? HAYTI CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 HAYTI, MO. We Solicit Your Patronage and Promise You Good Treatment. SfW i n BaMMc!)! 1 UHHuHMInrHHr FOK SALl- 1JY SCOTT &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 March 1915

fci !Mfcltl TTTF UAYTT HERAI,D. HAYTI. MISSOURI. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. D, L. Sorrelt of Foust was in town Saturday. JuJrisJ.,. Illsliop of Holland was ftt the count st'Ut Saturday. Leonard Hayes has placed his 1 ami; upon our honor roll. Fred Morgan and .). S. Sturm i ere In Cnruther.sville Tuesday. 1 S. Kavenstein wu a Ca rutltorHvilli! visitor Saturday. The MoWlhony case has again been continued, this time until the i!Jrd. Dlxio Biscuit are made In the land if cotton. Call for them at Buckley's. Mrs. Mary Bivins, a respected lady, died at her home in this i'ity Monday morning. J. V. Biooks of Holcomb was In this city Saturday night, on tils way home from Porlageville. Pat Ownby of New Orleans came ip Tuesday, to visit his aunt, Mrs. Dr. P. A. Mayes and family. "Kabo," tin perfecf fitting corset. A new line of the latest models, at iJucklej's. l"-tf Bald Morgan, for twenty years the faithful equine servant of Fred Morgan, suddenly passed away last Friday. Mesilamos J. J. Knight and D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 March 1915

ii 'Wmiffn ft& . 'J ! .v-t4 THE HAYTI HERALD l.tf! M VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1915. NO. 20. "fjjl'JVfWWNrH,""' '', V"- B M W. E. TALLEY IN BAD. Bentonvilte, Ark., March 20. '.V. E. Tulluy, former prcsitk'iitof t.lJe IJank of Rogers, who was convicted this uioruinir on a charge of receiving deposits vhen he kivjw the hunk was iu-, solvent and who was sentenced j oy the jury to serve two yeura in ,'A(i puuiUmtmry, tonight tiled notice ol an appeal to the su nremo court. His bond was fix ed at $7,500, which he gave. Talley pleaded that the activi ties of the State banking De partment, through personal tlif lurences with J. D. Covey, depu ty state bank commissioner, oaused a run on the bank that caused its collapse July 10. The prosecution contended the do lendant knew the bank was in solvent when he signed a bond with other bank officials last June, guaranteeing depositors to the extent of 100,000, and it was further charged that this bpnd .stated the bank was i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 March 1915

.V.U. j-iL- r j 4. - P J THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. Classified Advertising. Wanted to Buy. MNT COTTON. Tlio riimliTs Gin, IJuytl, Mo., will bu .lour lint cotton and pa Inflict market price, lie sure to see ui hu foru sulllni;. .IAS. IIASSLHIl, .Mnnn-ri-r. Notes and Accounts. To tliom who limi! jfiven notes to I'.nd-ilt-i V Summers, jou are uotilk( lliiit our conn net ha-, ex pi i oil, anil ull pajmcnis must lie made to A. 1). Pud- bluj. J'ndslcj t"t Ik'lS Hill take lll tin portrait oi I: nnil will .sou jou tills sprit)'' nnil summer. jotf i:ni).su:y.v u:sx Wood For Sale. l'ook uooil alnajs on hiiml. T)u- Jiveied on shoi t notice ami at a js'iisotioliln pt u-u. Kul I ineasiiie jf.iar- iintecd Hut; inc. otir mdrrs H'.-Mp JOHN HPI.US. Hujtl, I'liniu, I hi Alfalfa Hay For Sale. Pine alfalfa ami ii'il elovu. Nice, i lean und i Il-euii'd. K M. c:vin. S4t Ilajti, .Mo. Wines, Liquors, Beef. "Tim l.oicest product of tlio liiott. ii'-., hi K.ilstair. Kiinkil. Adv. THE H A Y T T II. BR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 March 1915

)pMr?'K?jS?l!S?f!5pft?! ' 1 WIS J&SSSW fuCI I 4 ' V:' Vr 1 m m m aft TH HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. ur, j Kb?" ifou see it first in the Her- I Itilrt iWHIlt MOlSt WHIX I JTThe only first class Cafe in town, lift-nnvpnirntlv located, nice. URnt Iproom. Good cooks and courteous riiervice to an. opeciai oiicnuonBiv gfcn to ladies. Everything in seas- 5fon and your patronage solicited. Iharry s. schilling KTCftORTH SIDE SQUARE. HAYTI. MO. t " General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You WE SAVE YOU MOKEY OH ROUGH LUMBER of all kinds at J. s. STURM SAW MiLL Bridging, Building, v Fencing Material Cut-to-Order Stock for Sale Let Us Figure With You T. l Russell went up to the Cape Sunday. Dim Giffin was in Caruthers ville last Thursday. Buckley buys ohlckom). 10 D. D. Hurbort attended to buai lUutSwiit Friday. .7 A Furis visited in 0;i ruthorsville Sunday. Jinunie Watson visited ni Poriugeville Sunday. A Nun lot of (iiiigliams ni Huo...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 March 1915

ae L"X4-j'-" ji,wm.)iiiiirttiHii i, i i i I a,. .,:, . T THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. '.""W -WffW I l J i SIXTEEN YEARS AGO. FniDAY, MARCH 24, 1809. Quill Dorris had accepted a posl- tlou with Circuit Court Clerk It. P. Michle, as deputy . Dr. O. M. Hayes was in Memphis with his grandson, Clyde Mitchell, whom lie hod carried there to place In school. U. O. Smith and farailv left for Thayer, Mo., to reside. They later removed to Hot Springs, Ark. John B. Clark of Kennctt was hero organizing a lodge of the Woodmen of the World, and the editor passed examination for one of the charter members, along with P. S. Ravensteln and others. C. Virgil Cloud died at the home of "Aunt" Uettle McFarland, near town, March 20. WM. James Oaither moved to the place ho bought from Ed Erwin at Carleton.' Our Gay obo correspondent, who hap jiens to now bo the editor of the Ar gus, said: "Thursday night tho lust of the recotds were removed from this placo to Caruthersvilie, on the Geor gia Lee So bu...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 April 1915

- -vjny, r . wt v "a -r " ft" ww' ' .? m if vs i nvKl'- '.i.j. 'f. W3 J3!I 1&& VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1915. NO. 21. mHi- HAYT """B t B?r j xL 1 II i SI 1 B.1!" p I 1 m SIXTEEN YEARS AGO. FRIDAY, MARCH 81, 1809. S. T. Cross and J. N. Maxwell of Covington wore here on busi ness. Prof. .7 M. Clinton liad left for Odon, lud., his old home, to study law Mr. Clinton Inter went to Chini, where, for several years, he has been doing mission work. Sam Qettings antUPrank Gwin visited the new county oeat and reported that all the business of the county was transacted in one room. The court house was then located in one of the Frank lin store rooms atCaruthersville. The steamer Rowena Lee, one of the Lee Line boats, sank at Tyler at 5 o'clock Wednesday evening, March 29, 1899. Five lives were lost, three negroes and two white people, the latter being Mrs. Chamblin of near Tyler, and the mail clerk of the boat. The steamer was making the landing at Tyler, where the Ho...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 April 1915

tifetffr Mfflol TH1 HAYTI J -:'.J,titlJ.KV 5,4.18 J.j", a mm iU fTftirf1 l- I M 141 w u ClaMified Advertising. Wanted to Buy. LINT COTTON. The Planters Otn. Haytl. Mo., will buy your lint cotton and pay highest market prlco. fore lelilnif. JAS. Be sure to see us be- HASSLEK, Manager. Wood For Sale. Cook wood always on hand, Do. Itvered on short notice and at a i easonoble price. Full measure guar anteed. Give me your orders. i3-8tp JOHN FIELDS. Haytl, Phono 110 WWWi'w'Nii'" THE HAYTI HERALD Pububukii Evxbv Thursday, Bt William Tone, Eotrom and Pub. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION! tl.OO A YHAB, CASH IM AOVAROB ENTERED AT THE P0BT0FFI0E, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AB SECOND CLABfl MATTER Office in City Hall, 8outhweat Room, Hayti, Pemiscot County, Missouri ANNOUNCEMENTS. Alfalfa Hay For Sale. Pure alfalfa and red clover. Nice, clean and well-cured. , F. M. GWIN, 18 4t Hayti, Mo. Wines, Liquors, Beer. "The choicest product of the brew it's art" Falstaff. Drink it. Adv. IB have authorized us to announce t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 April 1915

F'-PW fnH-3f f ' . - YWi&-it" ''' "--'ifisj'"p: i i ? ur I m (91 v I Ijf 8 1$ 155 !l ' General, County and Of General and Local InterestPossibly Something About You J. T. Garrett was in Caruth I'rsvillo Friday. Dolph Scott of this city is u iev Herald reader. Uuckley buys 1'hicker.H l', Guy Sanders made a business trip to Swift Friday, P. M. Perkins wtii'in Carulh ersville lastThurnday. Fred Morgan wan ti Caruth t:rsville lastThursday. ., Fancy Ribbon, at Buckley's. ill A HOME INSTITUTION v FARMERS BANK I HAYTI CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 , HAYTI, MO. S3 We Solicit Your Patronage and Promise You Good Treatment. 4MT Ml, low Prices For Cash To the People: We can and do sell as cheap as any one, quality considered. Test this for your self. Get the prices charged by other merchants, then come and price our goods. This will con vince you that our store-is the place to trade. Make your money buy all it will save all you can. We are trying to help you by selling at the very lowest price. ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 April 1915

Pf-"TSV '7"' ,3 Z1ll&paH9m ftmMmmwtmtotyvmAmmmmaM TM1 HAYTI HSKALD, HAYTI MmOVML !l Hi ) I! r LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Because You Did Not Tell Us. Judge O. R. Henderson and son, John, of Concord, were in this city Tuesday, Silas Wheeler of Portageville came down Saturday to visit his brother, Andy Wheeler. Mrs. Willis Young has receiv ed the check, $1,000, for the life insurance her husband carried in the W. 0. W., which 'came in twenty-four days after the proof of death was sent in. WE SAW YOI MONEY OH ROUGH LUMBER of all kinds at J. s. STURM SAW MILL Bridging, Building, Fencing Material Cut-to-Order Stock for Sale Let Us Figure With You Jeff Alexander and Dr. Rhodes of Point Pleasant were in this city last Thursday afternoon. Fence Posts For Sale Cypress or locust, at reasonable prices. Dime Downing, Haytl, Mo. 2l4p Will Fu well of the Steele neigh borhood passed through this city Saturday, on his way from the county seat. 0. A. Mahan, of the C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 April 1915

i iiu i . r '- --' 7-r ,, &,, 1 - !I'1 "ill J THE VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1915. NO. 22. -.- - - HAYTI HERALD i S9iOr THE PEOPLE. SCHOOL NOTES. o . m jot'uscn, i..n Some of the rooms had EasUj r programs last Friday. In eaehj oase tlie child ron seemed to en joy the occasion. Mrs. Morris' room had a Riley and Field pro gram in connection with Easter xercises. The children invited their parents to attend and a i-athcr large crowd responded. The children divides their re treshments with each visitor. The agriculture classes planted live bushels of Irish potatoes this week, one bushel each of Triumphs, Burbanks and Ohios, and two bushels of Early Hose. The classes expect to give these varieties equal chances during their growth, in order to find out just which one is the best money producer. The boys have received their javelin and discus, which they ordered last week. They are now doing some practice with each, Mr. Ross, our county super intendent, visited the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 April 1915

THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISIOURL Classified Advertising. Wanted to Buy. LINT COTTON. The Planters Oln, Hoytl, Mo., will Imj i our lint cotton and pay highest market price. Do sure to see us be fore gelling. .IAS. HASSLKK, Manager. Wood For Sale. Cook wood always on hand. De livered on short notice and at a reasouoblo price. Full measure guar anteed, Give me your orders. l.1-8ti JOHN FIELDS. Haytl, Phone 110 Alfalfa Hay For Sale. Pure alfalfa and red clover.- Nice, i ean and nell cured. F. M. GWIN, 18 It Haytl, Mo. Wines, Liquors, Beer. "The choicest product of the brcn - -'s art" Kalstaff. Drink It. Ad. "The choicest product of the brew i '-'a aiV Kalstaff. Drink it. Adv. All the best and latest In drinks, .at Scott & Morgan's saloon. Or if you wjint whiskey, wine or beer for your family or for medicine, the stock is large and jou can get what you call for. "The choicest product of the brew er's art" Kalstaff. Drink it. Adv. Everybody who uses whiskey xhould use the best. It is...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 April 1915

:r.T.i. r"' . jffl;,' iT - - H MrWT jff- & ilfni-..lHMHlfj . 7? THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. fc IIH I If. General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You D. D. Harberb roburncd from a business trip to Steele Friday. A new lino of crochet needles, the kind with cap over end, In all sizes, :it Huckley's. 21 Esq. S. 13. Rodnr.m of Ifolhiul v.!is ii iik'HKant o:i tlL uL the Mumhl ollU'e Monthly A blj' !(.'' (if '.!ait)t '.:n'-'s mul ill-i-lunJei-ies at (i i-etiN i'W it t 1 . n! tji'kiwj' "1 C W Kyle .tiul -foil, t'liuul.', of "ottuir.voud I'oint. (in their way 'o ICcmiott, .stoppod ovvv in this ity Friday. . COMING! at the DORR1S THEATRE Friday, April 16 "MASTER KEY" If you llnd a cheap pair of spectacles lit a black, open end case, return them to A. Car baugh; he needs them. Albert Woodward and Harris ('ollinsol' the Covington tioijrh- btirhood, changed cars here for Mlu! county seat Jai Thursday. ' .FijiHIlk, tlin n'w fini'lii'...

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