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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 May 1915

V THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. Classified Advertising. Mule for Sale Cheap, for cash or poou note, uuy wanders. Wines, Liquors, Beer. "Tho choicest product of the brow cr's art" Falstaff. Drink It. Adv. All tho host and latest In drinks, at Scott & Morgan's saloon. Or If you wont whiskey, wine or heor for your family or for medicine, the stocK Is large and you cun get what you call for. "The choicest product of tho brew er's art" KalstafT. Drink It. Adv. Everybody who uses whiskey nhould use the best. It Is not so like ly to make you drunk, leaves no bad t'ffect, Is better for your health and will make you feel pood. You can get It at Scott & Morgan's Saloou. 20 "The choicest product of the brew er's art" Falstafi. Drink It. Adv. WHITE HOUSE CAFE When you arc hungry, try the WHITE HOUSE A plnce for ladles and gentlemen, everything good to oat. Good cooks. Temperance drinks of all kinds, and everything sanitary. FRESH BREAD DAILY THOMPSON & SCHILLING NEAR FRISCO DEP...

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. — 13 May 1915

Fm- V.TFrw-p i?'"- gFPUil 'jym'psrvny' "' l-:,Sflty"'1 "jr-; f fW1'TPTia-TFW-iVWiS" -, ft m fc..tf i "- ts THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. r l5jaSB'?rwf!"W- I 1 SIXTEEN YEARS AGO. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1809. Sixteen years no Friday even ing, May h, 180!), .lack FJrtidford shot and Wilted .1. h. Holt. The killing ruvouled a conspiracy by three parties, .lack and Will llradford, brothers, and Mattie Holt, the murdered man's wife. While Jack Bradford waylaid Holt and killed him, hi' was hired to commit the murder by his brother and Mrs. Holt. Thocir rumstnnces connecting the par ties with the crimi' was so plain that all confessed and told in de tail the part each took. J. L Holt was a fanner about sixty ,eais old, and lived in the neigh liorhood then known as "Dog- Wgood OLD I.W. --JB mm fk WHISKEY A I The Whiskey With. ijl Jf Pure, mellow, with a flavor I JJ B that tickles the palate and E 9 R lingers in the memory. E Q K Scott & Morgan 1 fi CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER! MAKES YOU S...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 May 1915

VtPjWHtvl&V&l-: THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. l-i SCHOOL NOTES. Bftt. H JOHNSON, Suot. HONOR ROLL. High School Earl Kaybuck, Joseph Kolin, Lillie Sprayberry, Bonnie Hart, George Siglcr, Nat Buckley, Ellis Kohn.Pearl Chism. Room No. 6, Miss Hill, teacher Harry Curtnor, Houston Buck ley, Carrie Sigler, Carl Sigler, Iva Alexander, Alberta Alexan der. Room No. 5, Mr. Brooks, teacher EWe Ball, Cora Mae Meatte, Gladys Chism, Lenore Crider, Edith Davis, Ethel Mar tin, Thelinu Morris, Grace Rowe, Nellie Schmidt, Ruth Snyder, Malcolm Walker, Robert Creely, ICos Dorris, Henry Ransburg, Lum Pendergrass. Room No. 4, Mrs. Morris, teacher Jack Alsup, Willie Cheatham, Ernest D. Letter, Wal tor Cheatham, Lester Simms, Robert Garrett, Basil Edwards, Tom Warth, Carl Heard, Carl Curtner, Carl Martin, Raymond Crider, Maude Adams, Wayne Sullivant, Lee Perkins. Emmons Alexander, Clyde Warth, Ireno orIt, Teachers Employed The teachers of the Hayti Pub lic Schools for the next term are as foll...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 20 May 1915

w t jJgJjipiir',r'TT1 WW mim mmamm w at mm mi m wi I ewwwwvu tv " Iitoifi Jo wH VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 20,1015. NO. 28. -rZwv0ymv '"tyyn VQimmmtF M TT-4I7 HAYT HERALD THE CONTINENTAL LYCEUM BUREAU 9 LOUISVILLE Presents the HOWARD WADE KIMSEY CONCERT PARTY, Miss Celoa Allen, Reader, Contralto, Pianist; Miss Lora Orth, Pianist; Miss Jeff McAdams, Soprano; Howard Wade Kimsey, Basso. Pleasing Programs of the Best Music, Soprano, Contralto, Bass and Piano Solos and Duets, Trios and Ensemble, Numbers and Reading and Impersonations. Beuatifully fascinating and exquisitely pleasing in every part AT THE DORRIS THEATRE, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS, MAY 21 AND 22 Forty-Five Minute Act and Five Reels of Pictures, a 25 and 35 Cents Attraction for 10 and 15 Cents IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED, STOP AT THE DOOR AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK MYSTERIOUS MURDER, j FRIENDS OF YEARS AGO. John Baynes, a nmii about Hot Springs, Ark., May 10, 101 T. forty-live years old. :i justice of Editor Herald: S...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 20 May 1915

-s THE HAYTI HERALDT HAYTI, MIUOUKI. i t ti I? j IV L CUuified Advertising. Mule for Sale Cheap, for cash or good note. Gti Sanders. Wines, Liquors, Beer. "The choicest product of the brew er's art" Falstaff. Drink It. Adv. All tho best u ml latest in drinks, at Scott ft Morgan's saloon. Or If you rnnt whiskey, wine or beer for your family or for micine, the stock is large and you can get what you call for. "The choicest product of tho brew er's art" Kulsiaff. Drink it. Adv. Everybody who uses whiskey nliould use the best. It In 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 get it at Scott fc Morgan's Saloon. 20 "Tlie choicest product of the brew r -i 's art" F.-tlstaff. Drink it. Adv. WHITE HOUSE CAFE hen you are hungry, try the WHITE HOUSE A place for ladles and gentlemen. Kvery thing good to eat. Good cook-,. Temperance drinks of ull kinds, and cnerythinc sanitary. FRESH BREAD DAILY THOMPSON & SCHILLING ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 20 May 1915

nw5r "H- -t'lsttvi "ngmjfWwT -"rw ' -("! "J J ' rr-arrrrr THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 20,1915. NO. 28. THE BUTTLE OF THE TIRES f Agricultural and Commercial Prna Service! It is Interesting to watch the forces of civilization battling (or supremacy. '1 ho struggle now going on between the rubber and the iron tire promlsos to bo the liveliest contest of the Twen tieth Century. The Btiuggle Is a silent one and there are no war correspondents to write vivid descriptions of the con 1! let but thr results arc more far reaching to present and future gen erations than the war of Europe. The rubber tire has been maneuver ing for point of attack for several years and has captured a few unim portant positions In trafllc, but It has now pitched a decisive battlo with its iron competitor by hurling a mil lion "Jitneys" at the street railways and the buttle is raging from ocean to ocean. Upon the result of the struggle depends the future of the rubber tire. If it is co...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 20 May 1915

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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. — 20 May 1915

eiu'T'!'vJ,,"jp,'',,!if5if9SWB7 - v -ri THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You Chas. Bryson of Pascola wan in this city lastThursday. Fred Smith came over from Kcnnett Saturday to .spend a few hours. Hucklny's for White Koe Gasoline. City Marshal Shaffer ol Murston was hi this city last Thursday iiiht, on his way home trom a visit to hi son at fascolu. R..L. Miller or Portageville, the Swift promoter, was in this city Monday. A iiuw lot of Mary .lano pumps, at llurkley's. 20 Slieriff Mack Suibhleiield was over from Canitliersville last Thursday. Id. (J. Avorill reeentlv minli n trip through Ti'iinussoo, yoiny to 1 Nashville and Memphis. CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! Drs. M. FT. HtiflRlnRs and B. D. Crowe of Caruthervlllo.wero in this city lastThursday. L. C. Averlll attended to busi ness at Frederichtown Wednes day and Thursday of last week. HoyV knee pants, Co contt and 41, at liuckluy's. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 20 May 1915

wmtwfri THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. n It" Is, I OFFICERS TO PLAY. The county officers of Pemiscot and Dunklin counties have ar ranged to play a series of three games of baseball for the cham pionship, to be decided by the two best in three, the first game to be played at Caruthersvillo Friday afternoon. This will be one of the most amusing games of the season, and well worth any one's while to see. In fact, games of this kind, between the fats and the leans, etc., arc always highly amusing, and bushels of real fun may be enjoyed. For instance, imagine Judge Brasher of Caruthersville wear ing baseball uniform and sprint ing around over the field; and then Recorder John Green would put on some show. Over at Ken uett there is a like contrast, only if Drew Vardell plays ball like he runs for oilice, the games will be short and decisive and Drew will not know when to stop playing. Moxie Manuel of Pascola was here Saturday night, on his way to Poplar Bluff, where he played with the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 27 May 1915

MmnMMWMMHW ,. "A 'fort. P"' , THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 27,1915. NO. 29. DR. BURGESS ARRESTED. Considerable excitement was created on the (streets of this city yesterday shortly before noon when it was learned that Dr. W. J. Burgess had been arrested. The charge upon which lie was arrested was "embezzlement as bailee," he having persuaded l -Mrs. Susan Hayden to withdraw 8 1400 from a local bank and en trust it to him, claiming that lit; could get her a higher rate of interest, Mrs. Hayden's husband died a lew years ago, leaving her s!2(XX) insurance, which she placed in a local bank. It is alleged that Dr. Burgess, learning that she had this money, told her that the local banks were not only unsafe, but that they paid comparatively nothing on time deposits; that if she would withdraw the money and give it to him he would place it in St. Louis where it would draw 10 per cent interest. Believing this, Mrs. Hayden withdrew SOjO from the bank and turned it...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 27 May 1915

rwwiiiir.iiiiyiiiii hi ill i iiii I'm ,,..,..,,M,..ljmMml.l..,l'"Ur)'llMWMWiW THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. H. 14 M I L Classified Advertising. If you don't Red It in the Herald It i becauso vou did not tel us. Wines, Liquors, Beer. "Tho choicest product of the brew er's art" Kalstall. Drink It. Adv. All the best and latest In drinks, at Sotrti & Morgan's saloon. Or If you want whiskey, wine or beer for your family or for medicine, the stock Is larye and you can ffet what you call for. "The choicest product of the brew er's art" Fulstaff. Drink It. Adv. Everybody ' who uses whiskey nliould 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 good. You can got it at Scott & Morgan's Saloon. 20 "Tne choicest product of the brew er's art" FalstalT. Drink It. Adv. WHITE HOUSE CAFE When j ou are hungry, try the WHITE HOUSE A place for ladles and gentlemen. Kverythlnf fjootl to eat. Good cooks. 'iVmperunc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 27 May 1915

.'mj's fwrrv .., -" vWftpi I'vj-p-anBftwr THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. General, County and Local News Items Of General and Local Interest Possibly Something About You V. M. Johnson was hero from Terry Saturday. W. P. Meatte attended to busi ness at Kunnett Friday. W. T. Lowry was down from Concord Saturday evening, lluckley's for White Hose Ciiisnllne. Chris Sottlos was down from Torry early Monday morning. Miss Elllu Dorris relumed from St. Louis lust Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Juice Williams of Wolf Bayou were in this city Friday. A new lot of Msiry .Inne pumps. ;it lluckleyN. 'y, John Hichardson of Ulooinlield, internal revuniu' collector for this district, was liens Saturday. .7. II. Brewer of Now Madrid passed through to Caruthersville Friday. Judge). A. Bishop of Holland passed to and from the county seat Friday. Hoys' knno pants, 50 cents ami I, lit Itucklcj '. 'jii City Marshal W. K. Robertson made a husiness trip to Carutli. I'r.svlllo Friday. H. Holly of Cootor, on liis ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 27 May 1915

wajiwwWMiiJwfMw)!ccmwiaiAt.jf-. THE HAYTZ HERALD. HAYTI, MII80UKL .1 i i 1 i Free Concert The Hussar Band will give a free concert this (Wednesday) night on the northeast cor ner of the public square, and will render a special program of new selections band music you have not heard before. The band boys are trying hard to keep their organization together, and will appreciate all public favors shown them. They would like to have a nice, up-to-date band stand erected on the square, which can be done at an ex penditure of about SoO, but they feel that since the same would be for the enjoyment of the pub lic, the people should assist in bearing the expense. Why not take up a collection among the general public for this purpose? Onlv a small sum from each in dividual would be sufficient. WfiiP will be first to start the col lection? L. B. Holt and Lee Wolf, two of C'aruthersville's progressive mer chants, on their way to St. Louis, stopped over between trains in this city Saturday night....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 June 1915

Xlrti rtei 0l V . THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 3,1915. NO. 30. l SCHOOL NOTES. UyW. H, JOHNSON, Supt. Tho total enrollment of the school is larger this year than over hefore. The average dally attendance will also he a now record for the school. Our en-i rollraent this year totals -15(5. Of this number there are '2'20 boys and 2W girls. Tho school is now on the ap proved list of second class high schools. It is the intention of the DUiWU Ui i.U lIUillHIII LI I IllilUt: IIIU necessary preparations to ad vance the school to the first class list next year. There are now H."i! volumes in the library, not counting oOO free textbooks. The books and equip ment for tlie teaching of agri culture amounts to about SUIH). Next year we should see to it that all children attend school, because the public school will only be of service to the com munity in proportion to the num ber of children reached. The School Board, 1 understand, is planning to enforce the com pulso...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 June 1915

,,L-,JJ-UI"lll'-U'H''lr.'lniari"lri""1 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. W !M I ' i I I - i 4 I "Tbe choicest product of the brew er's art" Falstaff. Drink It. Adv. J. S. GOSSOM ATTORNRY-AT-LAW Will Practice In All the CourtB Onice Over Stylerlght Store Carulhersvllle, Missouri S. J JEFFEESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Office: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. pRE JNSURANCE THftT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL Justice of the Peace Notary Public W. E. GOTCHER All kinds of collections given prompt attention. Legal papers carefully drawn oftlce in Spencer fc Slubbs atore, in Morgan's brick block. Hayti, - - Missouri P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Res. Phone 28 Office Phone 08 OFFICII KRY9TONR BUILDING J. M. ARGO Notary Public Res. Phone 96 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON ROUGH LUMBER of all kinds at J. s. STURM SAW MILL Bridging, Building, Fencing Material Cut-tc-Order Stock for Sale Let Us Figure Wit...

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

rfrf fv$ i JTOf THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. SIXTEEN YEARS AGO. FHIDAY, MAY 28, 1899. (Intended for lost week.) The mnchinory and equipment for the Pollard dredge boat had arrived. Miss Oma Armstrong of St. Francis, Ark., was here visiting lier orotner, v. M. uwin, H. 0. Lawhorn, then insurance ngent, of Csirutliorsvillo, now mlitor of the Klytliovillo Herald Mews, paid our olliee a call. (J. R Wolls of Ga.yoso had pur chased the residence ol 10. It. Tnnviok and a tew months later became a citizen of this city. M r. Trawiclc moved to North Dakota. The cruiser Nashville, en rmito to St. Louis, drooped anchor at Carutliersville, Tuesday evening, AIay2:i, H'.HI, remnining until the afternoon ol the next day for ex hibition. Thousands of people from all over this territory paid the gunboat a visit. The Nash ville carried eleven ofticois and 10.") men. Washburn Maynard, a Tennesseoan, "'2 years old, was commander. The Nashville was 220 feet long, beam 38 feet, with engines 1,750 ho...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 3 June 1915

THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. II' rpi I:; k, W, ' If." p I' It ? II 'I l! LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Swift was in Ed Cypert of town Saturday. A. M. Neely visited in Blythe-' villo, Ark., Sunday, W. D. Hudyons waa down from Dry Bayou Saturday, Bon Phillips of Braggadocio spent Saturday in this city. Men: Hen thoo hot weather trous ct'h ut Hueklej '. It. D. Sanders, the Concord constable, was in town Saturday. S. J. .leffress attended to legal business at Caruthersvillc Fri day. Mitchell Meatte came down Saturday evening from Portage ville. A fine boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Casey last Friday. tlonip (frown cahlmge, cut fresh every ilaj, ut Buckley's. Tom Guthrie came down from I'ortageville Saturday to s?ee the Mights. J. W. Green, the Hayward school teacher, was in town Saturday. S. E. Hodman of Holland, on his way to take in the drummers' meeting at Caruthorsville passed through Friday. UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. DON'T STAY BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED "Dodson's Liver Tons...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 10 June 1915

r-fen-v" "l- -vf -vr Mmry" tTr"s',K3',W ;:Fww?;55:ii5?F5S-," """ ' .., I THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1915. NO. 31. 'l.Vl r- k h f SCHOOL NOTES. DjW. H JOHNSON, Supt. iioNon jioi.i.. High School .1cni!h Kulm, Karl Kuybuck, Lllllo Suu. bui rv , Honnlt; Hurt. Kills Knlm, IViirl Cliisiii, Ojor0 Sljflr. . MIms Hill's Room -Ti-iltly Arjjo, Al I lor til A tax under, Houston Huukluy, Oiirl Slirli'r. J mi A tax miller. Slullti JlorrlB, 1.11 Uati KUIslon, Carrie Slytar. .Mr. W'ooki Knout lirui'e ( tithi-v , r.lllullull, liluihs 'liUm, l.i'nou: t 'ri der. Until Dullc.v. Kdith Davis, Until Kowlcr, Hult'ii Uull.i, LUhel Mai tin, Curu Mae .Mi'iilta, budiu Mitchell. j;isle Perkins, Grace Howe. Nellie Selimlilt.Uutli Sniler,Hallle Vaughn, !..!.... t i.. i.'.. n...tiL r r..... ! itarirrnss. Henrv Uunsltiii-L'h. Wiirien Kuj. Otto Spain, Tracv Lee Ward. Mrs. Morris' Knoni Walter Cheat liiini, Willie Clieatliam, Leu I'l-rUins. 'I'lielma Itohertson. Miincil Creel v, Krne...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 10 June 1915

IT. I il THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. If-1 I:. I l'.i If It I I 13 ': A i i ': b u ' I! CITY BAKERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Everything In thu bakery lino bread, cakes and pies. Out-of-town trade a specialty and orders tilled promptly. Cakes made to order for special oc casions, entertainments and weddings. E. HOPKINS, HAYTI, MO. NEWS AGENCY i Dally pner. periodicals, magazines and bonks. If wo haven't got whut you want, we'll order it. lJut your mime on our list and let us leave yon a paper cery day. Lorted In the 1 front of the Koystone Building. H. E. CARBAUGII J. S. GOSSOM ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Will Practice In All the Courts Olllce Over Style-right Store Oiruthersvllle, - Missouri S. J. JEFFRESS LAWYEB Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES L.AWYER Hayti, - - Mo. Office: Room 10, Keystone Bldg. pIRE JnSURANCE THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL Justice of thu Peuce Notary Public VV. E. GOTCIIER All kinds of collections given prompt attention. Legal papers carefully drawn offi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 10 June 1915

's?" "y ' " -g-Tr "twmefmr THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 7. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1915. NO. 81. TW01JI -So k SCHOOL CLOSES. The Hayti J'ubllc Schools clos ed onu of tin- most successful tonus in its history Friday, by having a f roo picnic on the school catnpUH and various athletic feats and amusements such us would he enjoyable to the pupils, and of course if the young are made happy the old share the same feeling. The big free picnic, athletic feats and amusements is one of the closing features of our school every one looks for ward to with much pleasure and expectancy, and this year all for mer occasions of the kind were eclipsed, the attendance being larger than ever before, besides the pupils there being about four hundred spectator spresent. Nu doubt the childrens' inarch, about 310 in number, led by the Hussar Band, was about the most imposing scene ever wit nessed in Hayti. The corps of teachers this year acquitted themselves well and go on their vacations with the bes...

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