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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 April 1915

- THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. f If Thoroughbred S. C. White LEGHORNS. Pure Single Comb White Leghorn ofttfs for sale in settings of 16 for 91.00. Cockerels from tirst prize win tiers in State Contest of 200 eggs and hotter. Also eggs for table use, puar- anteed, strictly fresh, at reasonable ii rices. M. S. PULLER, Havtl, Missouri THE.HAYTI HERALD POBMBHED KVKRY THURSDAY, BY WILLIAM YORK, EDITOR AMD PUB. Tnnits op subscription: S1.00 a yuar, cash in advamcb ENTERED AT THE P08T0FFICE, HAYTI, MlflSOURI, AS BECOND GLA8S MATTER NEWS AGENCY Daily papers, periodicals, magazines find books. If wo haven't got what jou want, we'll order I;. Put your came on our list and let us leave you a paper every day. Located in the front of the Keystone Building. H. E. CARBxVUGH Bulletin No. 4. POPHAM'S MEAT MARKET AND GENERAL STORE HAYTI, MO. PHONE 56 It will pay all those who are looking for real bar gains to keep their eye on this space every week ---read every word of it it's to your interest...

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. — 15 April 1915

7 V " h -fvr m .- S3-" yasfrraTaratSw m i.iTHffvftj C :? J "- ; "55Ji . -; - swstew VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1915. NO. 23. HAYTI HERALD inn NO EGGS FOR SALE. '-L-' ' I "OLD BEN." Since publishing the beautiful picture of our game rooster, "Old Ben," last week, we have had many calls for eggs of his breed, and since we cannot suu ply them at any price the public is hereby so informed. We re gret that we cannot accommo date our friends in this respect, but owing to having entered into an ironclad contract with the great mailorder house of Seesaw fc Roarbaclt for the entire out put, the supply is wholly in their hands. We understand the above I'oncern have a contract with the allies and are shipping direct to Europe. It is said if the allies oan secure enough of these eggs the war will soon end, as they lind them more destructive than grapeshot when fired at the Ger mans, the most valuable feature being the stink raised when ex ploded. It is said no living thing can...

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. — 15 April 1915

THI HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ClaMified Advertising. Wood For Sale. Cook wood alnay on hand, Do ll vered on abort notlco and at a reaaonoUIe price. Full measure pjar nntectl. Give mo your orders. l3-8ti JOHN FIKLD8. Hayti, Phono 110 Wines, Liquors, Beer. "Tho choicest product of the brew er's art" Fal staff. Drink It. Adv. "Tho choicest product of the brew er's art" Falstaff. Drink it. Adv. All tho best and latest in drinks, at Scott t Morgan's saloon. Or if you wnnt whiskey, wine or heer for your family or for medicino, the stock is large and you can get what you call or. "The choicest product of tho brow it's art" .Fulstaff. Drink it. Adv. Everybody who uses whiskey xuould use the best. It is not so' like ly to make you drunk, leaves no bad tfffect, Is hotter for your health and will make you feel goud. You can net it at Scott & Morgan's Saloon. 20 WHITE HOUSE CAFE When you are hungry, try the WHITE HOUSE A place for ladies and gentlemen, livery thing good to eat. Good co...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 April 1915

THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You Judge VV. E. Brown of Wartlell wns hero last Thursday. Huston Yarbio, the Swift mer chat.t, was hero Friday. George Turrott of PortngGVillu was hre Saturday night. Buckley buy ohlfltetiH. H) ,.f L E-tUnl Ward ell was at thu counii suat Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Meattu were in Portageville Friday. W. H. Gale of Concord attended to business in this city Saturday. JaUo Williams of Dry Bayou was trading in tills city Saturday. U. Hubbard of tin- Denton neigh borhood passed through Satur- 1..-. .... til.. .( .- tik iiiunli jflf Ull.V Oil 1J1 ""J " ""- wu'-Sl .-.-. U. A HOME INSTITUTION FARMERS BANK ? HAYTI CAPITAL STOCK $15,000.00 HAYTI, MO. We Solicit Your Patronage and Promise You Good Treatment. AEOLIAN HALL I The I 1004 OLIVE STREET ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI World's Leading Pianos and Pianolas: STEINWAY WEBER STROUD STECK STUYVESANT WHEELOCK so at tnis ume w...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 April 1915

THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Thoroughbred S. C. White LEGHORNS. I'uro Hlniflo Comb Whtto Leghorn pffffs for sale in settings of 16 for I tV 0AlHablH aAk 11.. ft ..-!. Ml-.l uers In Stato Contest of 200 eggs and I Curt Little and Jack Robert iictter. Also eggs for table uso. guar son of Carloton were callers at ameeu strtcuy iresi), at reasonable iirices. K. S. FULLER, Flaytl, Missouri NEWS AGENCY Daily papers, periodicals, magazlnos and books. If we haven't got what ou want, we'll order it. Put your r.Htno on our list and let us leave you a paper oery day. Located In the front of the Keystono Building. H. E. CARBAUGH Bulletin No. 4. POPHAM'S MEAT MARKET AMD GENERAL STORE HAYTI, MO. PHONE 56 It will pay all those who are looking for real bar gains to keep their eye on this space every week read every word of it ---it's to your interest. t5c coffee mills 45c Good can tomatoes IOC sl.25 suits of underwear 75c ' tl5c work shirts 45c SI. 25 dress shirts 90c All calicoes 5c Brains, ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 April 1915

. - rjflBnw Trr3Sa Jw1? SftSK SSEmSIi m ttld THE HAYTI HERALD I VOL. 7. ERROR IN GAME LAW. The now lish and game laws lintrn twin., iinliltk.liitil I liii nttrlirint. the state with an error that ,9'PlJJ-In tho near future entitled iini.kinm.xnmn.nl.. int.n tmii. I Diamonds and Hearts," a com- lit if nnf. ,.,.t,i Tho m-mr is relative to llu quail season, which is from November U) to December J7, and which the newspapers every whet o have published "November 10 lo Dei-ember 81," an error of four days. The new name laws are as follows: The law prohibits tho sale of trout tinder 3 inches in length: pike 1 1 inches: jack salmon 1 1 in ches; crappie 8 inches: black bass 41 inches; white or striped bass 8 inches: stin lisli (i inches: blue or channel cat lish 13 inches; white perch 10 inches. The law makes hotels, restau rants, fisli dealers and tisliertnen liable if they have, any of the above undersixod lish in iinacnaatnn rFlwi n.ll!llvf their ia a' 1 ::'" ., " ,.-. , i tineoi&iuto...

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. — 22 April 1915

""i" v . JTrt'wjjpi r"pprif " tsh 7 , THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Classified Advertising. Cook Wood For Sale. Good, dry cook wood, ready for Immediate deliver). Illvht In town and convenient. Phono 1 10 or send nur orders to John Fluids or Fred Willlutiis. l.'IpH Wines, Liquors, Beer. ''The choicest product of the brew er's art" Falstaff. Drink It. Adv. "The choicest product of tho brew er's art" Falstatf. Drink It. Adv. All tlio best and latest In drinks, at Scott At Morgan's saloon. Or If you want whiskey, wlno or beer for your family or for medicine, the stock is large and you can gel what you cull for. "The choicest product of the brok er's ait" FalstulT. Drink it. Adv. Everybody who useB whiskey nliould use the. boBt. It is not ho like ly to make you drunk, loaves no bud I'ffoct, is better for your health and will make you feel good. You can pet It at Scott & Morgan's Saloon. 20 WHITE HOUSE CAFE When you arc hungry, trv the WHITE HOUSE A place for ladles and gentleme...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 April 1915

" . TiXpOt -"ft ,"fi , .MMW Vol. 7, No. 24. Supplement to THE HAYTI HERALD, HAVTI, MISSOURI. Thursday, April 22, 191 S. i ) , II 2 II a N. LJ General, County and Of General and Local Interest Dr. M. H. Httdgings, Andy Shaw and Ernest Olson of Cu ruthorsvlllo woro in this city u abort while Friday, . 1''. Coik'huian and wife of Morjhousi visili'd their daimh tor, Mrs. -. 'J. Cort light and J.uiuly m this city, Saturday and Sniidiiy. "Kabo." tin i.i'ifuM :lttlnR coma A new line nf tin- l.ili'si fnoliI- til .- -I., t I--.I ISuL'Kiey . " Mrs. Prod lirson lal W',t,kiinm bought a rosid'iiee in tin- city, , located near the Pred l.tirhtiu tuMhat week, The lloucW nidriiail Oimgalows, l'niiii Mis. Knight , ,: i.tMi washed out through I'oi'laguvilh.'. , Uttlu llivervainp. In tho lire which recently Elder J H. Mil hurn of Pulton, wiped Dell, Arlc . oil the map. de-, Kentucky, was conducting a two stroying every business huusu , weeks' revival meeting at the except one, and causing a loss ol Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 April 1915

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 April 1915

SSffiH m i'- THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. I ' i J i i General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You Caruthersville will have free mail delivery beginning May I. lid Cypert of Ooduii' was in this city mid Carutliorsvillo I'Yi day. Miss Trcnc Klingonsmith of i 'mifMird visited in this e.it v Salttr hi.v. Ii '.:Vv liiu s "'litfki n 10 I). D. Harbort wus looking af tor business matters in Carutli orsvillo Friday. Hon. l.L. Ward of Caruthors villi; attended to legal business at New Madrid last Thursday, I'liney Itlblinn, ut nuoldoj'. 21 I jttlli Misses Ernestine' and Gladys Haldvviu of Keiuivll uaiiit' 'I'ho Il'iyti Fiis-.Mr (J'tnd played (iv-u Hut unlitv to visit their lor the bull game .it Cu others grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. l- .ille Sunday. A Mayo-,. CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE "Dodson's Liver Tone" Starts Your Liver Better Than Calomel and Doesn't Sali.ale or Make You Sick. Listen to mo! 'Like no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 April 1915

THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. General, County and Of General and Local Interest John Sccoy was up from Brag gadocio Saturday. Clay Lowls was over from Ca ruthersville Friday. John Derby of Siltoston was a Hayti visitor Friday night. Dale Perkins made a trip to Braggadocio Sunday morning. A big lot of iluinty luces and em broideries at 0 cents per yard, at Uucklcy's. 21 W. I'. Meatto transacted busi ness in New Madrid last Thurs day. Dr. G. S. MoFarland of Con cord was on our streets Satur day. F. M. Johnson was down from Terry a few du.vs ago doing homo trading. A new lino of crochet needles, tlio Kind with cap over end, in all sizes, :it Buckley's. L'l n i to t r.i n Frank Forest, one of the Frisco oraKemen, lias returned to Hayti permanently. J. W. Stout of Pascola was looking after business in this rity Saturday. Gus Mosley of Holland passed through on his way to Caruthers ville Saturday. Jap Silk, the now crochet and tat ting thread, in all colors. 10 cents per hall, at Buc...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 April 1915

T""Tl liyjMHJUHHIliyilll Wjr-' Wf-HI -jt v" ; Wffffta-y ff twpfysrv ' - vry -i iiif j.'is 'wewsy)ffsai'rfl,Wtoi'''!rteifih-;s?i.-a'Jt,.!-?J-j'ff tt Blitortctl 0 oclety a THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1915. NO. 25. wnnsttKsM r., .: " . -"-' '"'...' '-. 5S-..-aeS &"":"' '. x,'-vJ;r'4rrTrtTr: pit- - Ht."l-T-J, "- --y,--'-; -"-n-'i-'K l-finrtlWT"rfiWiHiPiiiiiHirWiiiliii It lm injur '- - - - - "yi)r';'r"1'' TC'Tfty""""" vi '"''Fr r -p r'T1-- "AND BE THE JUGGLING FIENDS NO MORE AGAINST TFIK Till l K. It Is a safo lnt in rt.ijfer tlnvf to oni tliu't Oiinitlii'l'svllle does not liolil u local option cli'dton tills .war. The nlil li'ii'k to ff.'t lliivli to iitfifi' tn volu with tin- count, llllll nil 'llU' Kl'UtlllT, mivn C!iipiiiIihixi HIm. will not work n luiitf us Ihu Grille is in llavtl to Ui-up , ilii; iM-ojili- lnfoiiiieil. If t'li-iithors J ilk-wmiH t" slio :i clean lull nfj iKiiltli. let it haw an I'lct'thm llisl. I Chaiiu-lwiii Null.Vi H'il l'l. ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 April 1915

' -""WW- )t!? 'BWfir "n1 " Z-1 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. THE HAYTI HERALD PUBt.iaiiKi) Every Thursday, By TKHMrt OF SUBSCRIPTION! 81.00 ENTKKK1) AT TUB P08T0FFICE, HAYTI, Ofllco lu City Hull, Southwest Iloom, I. KOIIN'S LIGHT PLANT. From the beginning, it took Hayti about ten years to get elec tric lights, which is the first sub htantiitl step towards building a city, and, while there was at all times plenty of home capital to install the plant, very little was done until Biship & Sharp of Marston started the ball to roll tug,and when an election was held to vote the franchise, li. P. Allen and four others voted against it. After the plant was put in and -een to be a paying proposition, I. Kohn was among the lirst to want to buy stock, which ho did, and now he is one of the chief managers of the concern. But if Kohn can have his way the life of the electric lights jn this city is destined to be .short and we are destined soon lo go back to darkness and to again wade thr...

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. — 29 April 1915

m . . i-rnii-jiiiui r i 11 11 n. inn m uiu i i u'.iirni j . i , , "in i hwmi Hir "! IWfIJ ll I.- iii. 'jJiJiUA-M 'i l-sr-rgLLl-L. j?, AJ Jx"7 --T?--r ' l . .r.mV " - T ...TTX , rTST.'" ., f .... ' -. ' "' " . ' ' ' W n.,,.1 i I, i ' V-11 W' ' Jt''MM 'il'gMfatJB - r - - ,----. i --t -.-.-.,- - -i.r aM 41 5 1 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ' General, County and Of General and Local Interest I'ote Sanders or Dry Bayou at tondod to business in this city Saturday. Jalre Williams of Dry Bayou uttonded to luisitirs matters here Saturday. Clias. Foley, after several days in Mum phi, liuvini; his eyes Heated, returned homo last steel;, much improved. UllCklk lllls cIlH-lu'MH. III Kov. T. C. i-1,illiii. the ifal i hri-tiau minister, e.ime up mm Douitlas Saturday and re liiainod over Sundav. MNs Hazel Miller of .lurks.)!! lumedown Satin ilay t. sKit her ii'iend, Miss heiitia McKarland. .i ml returned home Sunday. Judge George U'illfsof C.irutli ersville, after two weeks spent in taking the...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 April 1915

THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. The Ilaytl Hussar Band went to Cooter Wednesday to play for the Odd Follows' celebration. Thoroughbred S. C. White LEGHORNS. Pure nintrle Comb White Leghorn ogifb for sali' In settings of 15 for $1.00. Cockerels from lirst prl70 win tiers in State Contest of 200 effs and belter. Also cjtks for talilo tiso. guar anteed strictly fresh, at reasonable prices. K. S. FUJ.T.nU, Hajtl, Missouri NEWS AGENCY Pally papers, periodicals, magazines mid books. If we huven't cot what you want, wu'll older it. Put your mime on our list and let us leave you :i paper every day. Located in the fiontof the Keystone Building. i II. 1. CAR13AUGH LOCAL AND PERSONAL. D. L. SoVi'ull was down from Pourtt Tuesday. George Dorr Is and family en joyed im outing on Wolf bayou last Sunday. Mule for Hale Cheap, for cash or good note. Ouy Sanders. Deputy Constable Bill Lamb dm made a business trip to SiUeston Tuesday. P. M. Perkins was over about Caruthersville Tuesday, setting uj m...

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. — 6 May 1915

TV rrt;--3 i ? " , : THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY G, 1915. NO. 26. WHAT'S THIS? BOOTLEGGING IN DRY TERRITORY? "Wo urn ilirhtlnj,' for the abolishment of tlie liquor tralllc for thtf hlcliMt rpnoons thut cnn lia given It Is a dnstrojer of Imppj homes mill : ma tiller for tlio homes of the Insane and tho liunltuiitiurics. " 'Look ii the old hatterml helmet In your closet, lnk down the ejuiulpttss from tlu tnantlo. Imokle on tnn belt of riirhteniis liess and "ntf r tin- iirun for tho m with thu most liiileoti-, inon--tlr this h of hell." ' C'huinel'-nn Xmtj Walker, Apr. ."ID, lfii;. Til bibk'cotnni.inds its to "judge tin treo b.v this fruit liotir, denouncing whiskey as "the most hideous monster this side of hell," and while tlio press is turning to give publicity to his hypo jOi'isy, walking into the saloon next door and buying a quart of ! "tlio most hideous monster this side of hell" to take to a dry, saloonless county, where tlio monster" was removed by a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 May 1915

THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Classified Advertising. Mulo for Sale Cheap, for cash or good nolo. Guy Sanders. Wines, Liquors, Beer. "The choicest product of the brew er's art" KalstalT. Drink it. Adv. All the lieM and latest in drinks, at Scott fc Morgan's saloon. Or If you wnnt whiskey, wine or hecr for your family or for medicine, the stock is large and you can get what you call for. 'The rholcest product of the brew er's ait" Kalstall. Drink It. Adv. Everybody who uses whiskey should use the best. It Is not so'like ly to make you drunk, leaves no bad effect, Is better for your health and will make you feel Rood. You can uet It at Scott .t Morgan's Saloon. 20 WHITE HOUSE CAFE When you are hungry, try the WHITE HOUSE A place for ladies and gentlemen. 1'vcry thing good to oat. Good cooks, 'temperance drinks of all kinds, and everything .sanltarv. FRESH BREAD DAILY THOMPSON & SCHILLING NEAR FRISCO DEPOT THE HAYTI HERALD Published Every Thursday, By Wiluam York, Editor and P...

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. — 6 May 1915

"-- "muvrnvwystom 'TiifWTYW'' zs jk.az w rwmiimininjua i'VI n3 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. I 1 LOCAL ANp PERSONAL. Nick HudKens of Dry Bayou wnshcro Saturday. Pute Earlpy of Clayroot wtis here Saturday night. Albert Klingunstnith of Con oord was liero Friday. Uuckiey's for While Hose Gasoline. Hon Phillip of Braggadocio Hent Saturday in this city. John SrntUransiK'tuu business .it Giu'iitlK'iv.llu last Thursday. .loim u. moss oi uarkton was in this city ono ninht last wook. i'hntiu Kl loi mi ir 'ti series, if on nut to Ik: Umm il. "(i A now utrl arrivi'd at ihuhomo tf.Mi. and Mi.v .Joliti InU? April .ludw.'.I. A. Hishop of Holland , atMHuli'ri to htisines at (.'urutli-1 iM'illu l-Vida.v. Jako Williams of Dry Hii.vou ,' -ittpndi'd t- liNsiut'ss in Hayti List Thursday. ' I 13. D. Johnson, the "marblo man," was horc from Maiden last Thursday. Newt Denton, constable of Vir ginia township, was a county seat visitor Friday. J. J. Hinchoy of Steele was hero Saturday, looking after b...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 May 1915

i inimffMiMMT1illftt1"IM"ttoii THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI. lit L. H. Kendricks of Campbell visited hla son, H. L. Kendrloka and family, in this city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thompson and Mrs.BottieSpradlln of Carle ton visited Joe Foust and family at Concord Monday. We uro trying to reduce the cost of living. Let us sliow Uuckley. hljrh you. 2D LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Tom Lewis was hnre from Braggadocio Tuesday. Arthur Stacey is among our honor roll subscribers. Mrs. Mary Baird has placed her name on the Herald's honor roll. Those nrtillclal silk hose look llkn the real tiling. 2.3 cents, at Buckley's. Will Horner brought the first strawberries to this market Tuesday. Drew Vardell came over from Kennott Tuesday to look after his farming interests. Lon Clark of Harrisburg, 111., is visiting his uncles, the Dorris brothers, in this city this week. P. HutTstutter visited nt Obion, Tunn., a few days nj;o, returning here Tuesday, on his way to PortitKovlllc, and did not forget to pl...

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. — 13 May 1915

jr ff&fVTrg$Tyr, ft '3S'-ajv3''-- ' 'id .1 THE HAYTI HERALD :ti VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 13,1915. NO. 27. - GARDENS AND LAWNS. A trip over town shows tlmt utility is being made of almost all vacant lots and places by plant ing them In garden truck, etc., and in a great many instances the ground is not fenced, .show ing the advantage of the stock Jaw. And, by the way, our country friends are becoming ac customed to the stock law and are beginning to see that it is to i heir advantage, by keeping the hungry town stock and cattle, some of them half-fed, from de vouring their crops. As said, many lots are being planted to vegetables and truck are not lenced. The same can be said of many residences now fences are not needed, and are being dispensed with. Now, there is yet one gap for the board of al dermen to till to make this feature of our city complete, and that is to pass a chicken ordinance. Most cities of the size of Hayti have such laws. We do not be lieve such a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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