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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD p fl VOL. T. TIAYTI, MISSOUHIrHUJKSDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1900. NO. 16. 1 I V f- i V W S 3J1 1 ' TELEPHONE CENTRAL Contemptible Littleness Becoming Nausiating to the People and Change Must be Demanded When you monkey with the business end of a live newHpaperyou aie liable to get the bitter end. The llerulil is n peai-uful p:ijnr junt ho fur a discretion will win runt, but we lire unnnuzled and untiainmelled. Mist lit present the centtal opera tor or operatois of the telephone h.vh tem at thin place demand oui atten tion. For a long time we have hcaid eoni plaintH about the pool heivire ten dered and in many iiibtaneeH gieut annoyance, ineouveuience and !ohs of tiiuu Iiuh been occasioned by the glaring incompetence and cuntempti ble insolence bometitnes displayed. It is lor this reason, principally, that the Herald has not yet inMailed n phone, and from what we can leain a gieat ileal inoie phone-, would be Uhed it the proper servive could be hceured. We expect to touch up...

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. — 11 February 1909

!ffiWffiffiSSi5isfe i Milium mtwjwwi'ua LaIMBIiMfHasMS!Sgi ONE KIDNEY GONE lui 1 r 1 s. i Vi v D-i ' ,; i i !.'! i 11 i.j J I The Lovess Courtship $ I and M-arriagfe of I 1 Abraham Lincoln 1 H Mias Alice turned sidewalk to wash THEY were the neatest ladles on the entire street, Miss Luclndn Horry and her sis ter Alice, and they subsisted meager ly on a small pen sion that had been their late father's. In the same block lived the idlest, slouchiest and most irritable bachelor in the city. In February, when an unexpect ed mildness sot in, the hose on her away the- ashos. All night long, however, the wind rose, and the fourteenth of February dawned bitter cold, and tho water used for washing off the ashes froze. Miss Lucinda was in tho kitchen sifting a.shes to rosprinklo the pave ment, when she heard her sister shriek, l.ucinda rushed to open the front door, r.nd saw Alice on her knees in the street supporting tho husky shoulders of Williams, who was shouting lustily: "This is your wo...

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. — 11 February 1909

. WE WON'T HAVE WAR ADMIRAL EVANS SAYS JAPAN MUSI FIGHT BtJSSIA AGAIN. nottlinp Loan of $300,000,000 by Russian Government Has That Significance. Chicngo. "A few dnys ngo, when tin ItuBsiiui goveriinii'iit lloatcul a loan of $300,000,000, which Mas sulwcilbed thip ty limes over, that was Russia's notice to Japan to get ready for war." Rear Admiiul Itobley D. Evans mado this significant stalement here Sunday. "And what is nioie," added the nd miral, "Japan herself iccognies and icnlizes the position in which she is placed." A number of other statements of in ternational import, viewed from the viewpoint of Bob Evans, did the ad miral make. Uiiefly stimmaiicd, they arc ns follows; The United States will have no troubla with Japan. Neither will England. When the next ltiisso-Jnpancsc war does come, Germany, Franco und Austria will espouse the cause of the Russians. Eng land will find herself allied with Japat by virtue of existing treaties. 'What tin result of it all will be, no man ca...

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. — 11 February 1909

Mjt. . THE HAYTI HERALD Wm, YORK. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 91.00 a Year in Advance. Entered as second-class mutter Oct. 30, 1009, at the postoflieo nt Hnytl, Mo., under tho not of March 3, 187U. Hayti, MlSBOUKI. WHEN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES we will place a blue croi mail; In lni square which is to notify you that the time lor wh'Ch you paid your subscription hits uxpircd and unless you reno at once your paper will be stopped we du not want to stop your paper, we want you to get every i' ue, but our terms nre cash in advance, &rd if vou don't pjy up promptly we will take It for granted that you don't want MS to send it to you and we will not push it on you VIOLATE OITY ORDINANCES. Some of the citizens of Ha.vti. who liuvo been for months, and somi' of them years, llagranll.v violating the ordinances of the City of Ha.vti, 1 keeping unclean stable, barns and lots, aie going to lind a roek, road to travel from now on. We believe our mayor will not hesitate to enforce the l...

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 February 1909

. . 2 W ft I he I I School Districts To Cnrleton, (.'oneord, Gao.o mitl Dowd School District,: Five rears iijjo I brought up tin i matter of coniulidiitjmr with tln lTuv ti school district, which was printed In tlto AryiiN. for I lu MU')i)M' of pto inotinj; the L'ducntioiuil facilities of the above named nirtil district, hut it did not mi-i;t with verj favorable iv suits. However, it brought forth some enquiry, which 1 will endeavor to answer. Thi' most .serious objections ivih. tliat tliu Hu, ti school district u 111 bond ed fot- thi" present magnificent brick si'hool building, which is u fact, and tin' patrons and tax payors of thi ad joining m'hool districts thought it was a scheme to tfetthem, by their votes, to annex theirdistrict to thellajti school district for the purpose of taxinjr their property to help pay our bonded in debtedness, which was a great error on their part, for the boundry lines of thi'Huyti school district is et forth and specilied so in the bonds. Therefore...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1909

,jLic3muaffMraiM?ingtiT1"t'n- -"f - ' . .-.-.SUSUl iiM&iuaitauias!ii-i. ,1 . I i I..1' 1 - -L II I d ! I If U, THE HAYTI HERALD $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCG. HAYTI, : : : : : MISSOURI. THE NEWS IN lilllEf A GENERAL SUMMARY OF IMPOR TANT NEWS OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALL OVER. The Committee of Expert Colbn. Classifiers met in "Washington Mon thly. The waterway iinpiovcment bill will be icpoitcd to the Hoiie this week. The battleship Delaware will be launched ne.t Satin day at Xewpoit News. The .Senate pas-od the House bill piohibiting the impoitation of opium. Assaults on white women by ne groes led to a lace conflict at Titls burg, Pa. The largest wireless telegraph sta tion in the world will be elected at Washington. John Gilmoic Speed, author and journali-t, committed suicide at Mondham, N. J. A bill to ineiease the pay of Ma rine Hospital suigcons is being pie-ed in Congiess. Piesident Hooeelt is much con cerned over the anti-Japanese agita tion on the Pacific const. The Piiitish...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1909

M f5?n i ) I V THE HODSNpiTTEES REPUBLICANS ARE NAMED CHAIR MEN OF EACH. M. E. Rhodes, of Washington, Heads Revision Committee Other Assignments. Speaker Speer has announced the following standing committees of the bouse: Judiciary Cnlfeoj nf Sullivan county, rhnlinuut; Dioste, of St. l-ouK notch, nf Camden: Uroiiks. nf St. Louis county; Hensley. of Gasconade, FoilsUI, of St. Louis city; Attains, of Caldwell; Atiamo f.i, of l'cttls; I.edbctter, of St Francois; Ttlesler, of St. I.otils city, linker, of Macon; Cross, of Clinton; Johnson, of Vermin; Lindsay, of Henry, White, of Linn, and CJosett. of Jackson. Wnjs and Means Kles, of Cap- Glmr Oeau, clinlrmuu: Stanley, of Webster; Wade, of Greene! Plst-hoi, of Cooper, Iliiyutoml, of Howell; l.c-Kcin, of MoiK.in. Coon, of Mercer, Iliunk. of SI Louis city; nest, of McDonald. Ward, of Holt; Ciosliy, of Johnson ; Hailosty, of Mon roe; Sost-y. of Mm Ion; Hawkins of Dunk lin; Mlllei, of Scotland, and Wateis, of Audrain. Appiopiinllnns l.lnyd, ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 February 1909

maaimomXXVXm it i ;, a . M V 1 ' 61 fc' 4 . I' V j I.M ISii! fc ft SI I-JM I I 31. ."Ji. ; IrfU! m & M i i i? h 's ,w .MA ITEMS OF GENERAL Gathered at Random from Random Sources Fresh (tali, ut the Frisco restaurant. Mrs. Alvey of Stanley Is ill ibis week. I. uko Stone was In Hayti Saturday. .Mrs. Frank Granford is ill this Week. Charlie Martin will ieceive the Her ald a year. Onion sets 40f frallon, at L. 0. Averills. lllif Frank Johnson of Terry was inllay ti Tuesday. Get some fresh fish at the Frisco restaurant. Mrs. Charlie .Spencer was rijrht ill Friday ni(:l)t. Averill is giving heuutiful presents to cash tradcrn. Curtis Long was here from liragga ducio Monday. Miss Ethel Dunklin wasinGaiuthcrs ville Saturday. .Take Williams of Gonuord was in town Tuesday. Home-made sorghum at Avcrill's, ;" cents a frallon. V. R. Mussey was here from t'on eord Tuesdav. lohn Mear- of Challee was here hiisiness this week. on Luther Swiney was out Irom C'a lulherHville Saturday. Highest cash ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 February 1909

1HE HAYTI HERALD vol.t: HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1000. NO. 17 rV i I ? W rf hi P k w SNARE HUNTER KILLED Just ufl wis go to piess vve got tilt iurtii!iiluiH iif tliu killinn at Htoo..o hint Tuesday fiom an oyu witnunsH, Homy Diiitch. The man, Amos Wallace, was one of tlio "snake linntiMH" who huu' heen the ton or of the. smith uml of tin county. Wiih drunk and tiiud to kill nejjro on t hi ii from Caintlioisville. dot oir train at Steel. . Wantc-d to kill ( ity MuiMiul, John 15. J'cHlei. Mi. l'ustei tiied to ipiii't liim. Started on Kostei with knifu. Foster allot his lir.iiiiB out. DRINKING ON TRAINS A bill is before the Missouri lois. latui'e, futheu'd h.v Ueprosonlative (Irilllths. of Hales ooiinlv, which seeks to make it a misdemeanor for an.v ieison to lit ink intoxicating li(ii(ir on a tr.tin or stteel ear. It tfhos the, eonduetors ol trains tind street ears the same lower its deputy slierills for the enloiccmcnl of tile motiosed law. and make-, the punishment a ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 February 1909

4 2- li IM it "i m u la ! Unknown to Science. The eight-year-old son or u sclontlst showed a Midden interest In nho toRrn.ihy. "Dad," lie said, "they liholosraph comets and meteors and flying lilnls nnd lightning flashes and all sorts of moving things without uny trouble, don't they?" "Yes, my son." "Then how Is It they can't pho tograph a boy without putting his head in an iron frame?" Btate or Ohio Ott or Toledo, 1 l.l'CAl Cou.NTr. f ss. Thank J. Ciir..iri mikci oath that hp U wnlot partner ot tho tlrm ol r. J. Cnr.Nr.r A Co.. doing buMnna In tho City ot Toledo. County and StMo torrwiM. iinij tint Mid firm will piy tho sum ol ON'f: HUNIIKKU DOM.AItS lor each And cory rvm ol Cataiiiim th.it cannot bo cured by tho uso ol IlAt lH t'ATAHIIll Cl'IIE. rilANK J. CHUNKY. Sworn to hrfnrp mo nnd subscribed In toy presence, thh f.th day ol Ueccmber. A. D.. I88C. i ' a. w. cjm:ason ( SBA1" f NoTAnr l'ui ic. Hall's Catarrh Cure li taken Internally nnd art dlrctl)' ilium the blooil ami mucous t...

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. — 18 February 1909

K ilXE "EASY MONEY" AMATEUR BEGGAR'S HARD LUCK STORY WON. But Perhaps If He Really Hod Been Hungry His Nerve Would Have Failed Him at tho Critical Stage. After turning down nn uncouth look ing Btrnngcr who expressed his desire for the price of a meal, .lolm A. Thompson continued thoughtfully on his way. "Must be cmbnrrnEBing to ask a man for a dime and get turned down," mused John. "That poor fellow didn't know how to nut up a plausible story. Tlsn't so easy, mobby. Llko as not I couldn't do any better." These thoughts led to still more thoughts and tho first thing John knew he had determined to find out if he could tell a hard luck story that would get tho money. Slowly and with measured stride, he strolled on down Superior av.enue. Ho had decided to watch , and prey, and keep on watching until ho sighted his prey. By and by, a well-dressed man, va lise in hand, whom John felt sure was a total stranger to him, came walking briskly along. John Thompson stopped him. "You doubtless ha...

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. — 18 February 1909

rarrafc-aaM Jr- !fl li I . M ; r -31 M . 1 H ! I I a- T I i I THE HAYTI UERALD Wm. vokk. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 81.00 a Year in Advance. Entered as second-class matter Oct. :!U, 1008, at the postolllco at Hnyti, Mo., under thu act of March 8, 1870. Hayti, Missouri. WHEN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES we will pltce blue crou milk in tmi tqutta which it ta notify you tht the time tot which you paid youi tjbtenption hat enpned, and unlett you renew at one vout paper will be stopped. We du not want to ttop your paper, we want you to get every usue, but our termt are caih in advance, and it vou don't piy up promptly we will take it tor granted that you don't want ut to tend it to you and we will not puth it on you PROHIBITION IN THE SOUTH The Argus, In commenting upon our question: "Why tin; South is Lead ing the North in Prohibition,1' assigns these reasons: "The presence of so many negroes. "The difference in climate. "Economic and busincs reasons.'1 The Argus makes these deduction...

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. — 18 February 1909

exct-fftNGe NOTCS Pemiscot Argus: Kdltor Will York, of the Iln.vtl Herald, was avisitorheie Snndaj . Mr. York is milking u bright, nevvsj and entci'taing pa per of tlu- IIir uhl and well deserves tht? liberal pat ronage the Hajti people aregtv ingliim. Pemiscot Argus: ".). W. Gnithcr,the holder of the gold medal for the llnest Alfalfa in the world and who lives in thu Uarleton settlement just above town was here Sutmda, in company with his wile, doing; some shopping and shaking hands with their many friends here." Mr. Gaither's postotllee is Havti, and his farm is about one mile fiom town. l'Yaneots County Circuit Court when Judge Killian had derided to quash an idietmenl against John Wllkson elm rging a violation of the local option law. The decision will settle the question whether the count, is wet or dr,v. The ease is set for the lirst day of March, and the decision will thus he hefoie the next tei in of the county court, when action will he taken on the petitions now on file. T...

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. — 18 February 1909

y . J -t. uht: lA.kvlV,.., . i-l 4 lH I ! I ! hi I.' iii THE HAYTI HERALD $1.03 A YE4R IN ADVANCE HAYTI, : : : : : MISSOUKL lilt NEWS in liiiirf A GENERAL SUMMARY OF IMPOR TANT NEWS OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALL OVER. Democratic leaders in the House viil fight for an income and inherit ance tax. An estimate of 1.71 7.000 sacks of rice for Texas and Louisiana lia3 been made. .Mis.cissj))i members of Congress arc divided on the question of a tariff on lumber. The Department of Agriculture will continue rice experimental Hurl: in Louisiana. Three inmates jieri.-lied by the dc.-t ruction of nil orphans' home at Battle ("'reek, .Midi. W. J. Hrynn dome? that he was injured in an automobile accident in Florida .Saturday. Will J'arker. a negro, vn.- lynched i".ir 3!r-.ia, Ala., for mis-treating li.c child of his employer. J 'resident Hoocvelt pent a- mes-eagi- to f'ongrc-s announcing that Ji had vetoed the census bill. chief (J. T. (Haver, for thirty fuc years connected with the .Mein-pli!'...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 February 1909

.1 LIFE Hi WORKS AGGQHDED PRH SE NATION'S MEN OF WORTH IN TRIBUTE TO ABRA HAM LINCOLN. PRESIDENT MAKES ADDRESS Qualities and Deeds of the Great Pres ident Set Forth by the Chief Exec utive In Impressive Speech Im mense Concourse Gathered to Wit ness Exercises In' Connection with Laying of Corner Stone of Memo rial Hall. Hodgenvtlle, Ky. The corner stone of the splendid memorial to be erected to the memory of Abraham Lincoln was laid by President Hoosevelt. The exercises were participated In by many of the nation's leading men, Cardinal Gibbons and ex-Gov. Folk of Missouri being among those who made ad dresses. From nil points, by train and over roads not particularly smooth at this .season of the year, the people gathered to the exercises. A building four times the size of the tent provided could not have accommodated the crowd. The corner stone of the Memorial hall was laid by President Roosevelt. In an impressive address the chief ex ecutive eulogized the life and work of the grea...

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. — 18 February 1909

aS3SEBTSirji!i5HJwiZ3Zr'i'''-"-'-" "- u i si lli k n t .! J Ia3 I HEwlS!s. Blount's plows nt Avorill's. Bob Bettis was hero from Paseolu Saturday. Fresh fish, at tlie Frisco restaurant. Ed Gotcher has been appointed de puty sheriff. Goal oil 12c a gallon at Avirill'B. The Frisco restaurant has fresh llsh. Lansing Bettis of Paseola was in Uayti Monday. Onion sets '.Kip gallon, at L. C. Averill's. ltf C. K. Bragg of Carutheisville was in Hayti Sunday. Get some fresh IIbIi at the Frisco restaurant. Capt. B. F. Allen was in Curuther.s ville Wednesday. paid for furs. 7tf 1 1 1 i - the furs 7'f Highest cash price Hayti Livery Stable. Kohn Brothers are in St Louis week, buying goods. The largest line of line laces ever brought to Hayti, at J. L. DorriB'. Mrs. .Toe Welch is quite ill at home of Rev. Wolverton. Highest cash price paid for Hayti Livery Stable. J. .Li. Dorris Iiiih just received a nice line of line laces und embroideries. Ham Dunn attended to business at Lilbourn the lirst ol ...

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. — 25 February 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1909. . NO. 18. MAGAZINE GRAFT Tho other week we warned our peo jlo against an old yruftpr who was trying to "pull" tho citizens of Huyti for it few dollars. Rijjht In the face of this warning- people are tfohyr rlyht ahead "biting" at his scheme. 'Phis old grafter has fought awfully fihy of the Herald otllre, which allows more fully that his scheme is a gvutx of the rankest tyj e. $235,000,000 Conim'ss has just impropriated K.Vi.OOO.OOO for the expen.se or the post- ' olllce departnient for the next liseal our. and a hir per cent of this will ho used to frank government printed envelopes through the mails to 'nisiness concerns who do not patronize the homo printer. I Ij. C AvcriU was in Caruthersvillo Tuesday. 3jHPnnHtvRv' "::3IBiEwB!HIMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB FRISCO TRAFFIC It is said that another fust merchan dise train will Minn be" put on this division, which will aiil jrieatl, to its importance. Already 'the tralllc is ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 February 1909

,.JLIriUhi II I l ; ft I ! " I n "it ! i m f-JT j3i- - . NEW 8TRENQTH FOR WOMEN'S BACKS. How to Make a Bad Back Better. Women who suffer with backache, bearing down pain, dizzy spells, and that constant fooling of dullness and tired ness, will find liopo in the advice or Mrs. Mary Hinson of 21 Strother' St., Mt. Sterling, Ky. "Had I not used Doan's Kidney Pills I be lieve I would not be living today," says Mrs. Hinson. "My eyesight was poor, I suffered with nervous, splitting headaches, spots would dance before my eyes, and at times I would be so dizzy I would have to grasp some thing for support. My back was so weak and painful I could hnrdly bend over to button my shoes and could not get around without suffering severely. Doan's Kidney Pills helped mo from the first, and I continued until practi cally well again." Sold by all dealers. GO cents a box Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. V. Thoughtful Child. They are considerate youngsters In England, as most people know. A lit tle boy w...

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. — 25 February 1909

I VDUND COUPLE MARRIED BEFORE THEY KNOW IT DIDN'T RECOGNIZE PROSAIC CEREMONY OF STATE OF ILL. NOIS AS REAL ARTICLE. Fail field, III. Uildesmalds, wlitto Veils, brido's-ioscs, wedding marches, wedding guests, wedding (.upper, old Bhoes, rice, and all thuso cnthclv delectable ncccssorlea to a Jolninc of lieaits and linnds Miss Lola Walters of Noble township, Itichland county, was deprived of when she mnrrled Peter Schultz, and nil because n Jus tice of the peace did not know that tlie wedding was set for the followiiin day. Mr. Schultz gained the consent of Miss Walters after a dcspeiate court ship seveial weeks ago. Their en gagement was announced. The young Yelled the Bridegroom. people were prominent and all of Rich- Jand county was agog with interest in the coming nuptials. The ceremony was set for a ccitain day recently. The day previous, however, Schultz and his bride-to-be came to Fairfield, the county seat, to secure the coeted mairiage license. Neither bride-elect Jior embijo...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 February 1909

..i.r.Mt'i'in'yow -t i. IM A ,,t ? .? THE HAYTI HERALD I W.M. YOHlv Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 81.00 a Year in Advance. ICntored as second-class mntter Oct. !!0, 1008, at the postollieo at Hnyti, Mo., under tliu aut of March 3, 1870. Hayti, MISSOURI. WHEN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES .e will place a blue crou mirk in this squ&te which is to rotify you that tho time tot whch you paid your subscription hit expired, and unless you reno at once your paper will lie stopped, We do not want to stop your papr, we want you to get every tue but our tcrmf ate caili in advance, and it vou don't pjy up promptly wo will take it tor granted that you don t w3i i us to send it to you and we will not push It on you NEW ORDINANCES. We have a siidjrestlon to make to the city council that will mean a saving of from $150 to WOO in supplying the town with printed and revised ordin ances, which the town needs greatly, ami the people should demand, as it is next to impossible at this time to tell anyt...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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