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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 December 1910

LOCAL AND PERSONAL.! Mrs, D. C. Stubbs was 111 last week. Musical instruments at Letters Drug Store. COtf Miss Freda Wilson visited Poitagc illi' last week. Watch ami jewelry repairing at Lef- j lors Drug Store. COtf i Atlee Jackson has recovered from i his recent Illness. "i Eastman kodaks and supplies at Letters Drug Store. fiOtf , Judge Riley Henderson, of Concord, was In Hayti Saturday. Call anil see our satin and silk suit ing. J. L. Dorris. 48tf ( S. York was out from Carutliers vllle a little while Sunday. and watches at COtf Jewelrv, clocks Letters Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Len Hayes are the proud parents or a fine boy. Expert, watoh and jewelry repair ing at Letters Drug Store. COtf Fred Morgan, H. R Allen and Jas. Argo attended court at St. Genevieve Friday, in a case between L. L. Col lins and J. R. Brewer. Bvcrton Speer, of Braggadocio, at tended 'to business at Hayti Saturday. For chills, take Letters pills and quinine. Letters Drug titoro. COtf Norrls B. Kinsolvlng was ...

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. — 22 December 1910

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 December 1910

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Sttfoty razors at Loflora Drug Store. J. S. Wnhl, of Caruthersvllle, attend ed to business In Ilayti last Thurs day. All tLo latest in fnnoy ties, at J. L. Dorrls'. 48tf Rubber and tar rooQng.Soo Loflor'fl Drug Storo fiOtf John I. Stephens Van suffering last week from the effects of a poisoned hand. Out glass aud flno ohlna at Leflers Drug Storo. eotf Davo Smlthcrman is hero from Mc Balue to spend the holidays with home folks. A Fino lino of illks and silk finish hosiery, at J. L. Dorris'. 48tf "M'M':. TIM DORRIS SALOON Is the newest, finest and best sa loon in town. Only the best grade of goods are handled. Noth ing is too good for our customers. Give us your Christmas or ders. The goods are right, the prices are right and we will treat you right. East Side Square, Hayti 4 I - f t Sobastian Popham, the hustling in surance man, came over from Kenath Sunday. Tho now FaBhona Corsots, at J. L. DorriB'. 48tf Attorney J. R. Brewer, of New Mud rid, attended to business...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 December 1910

TfTF HAYTI JDL JOj JlV jtjL JLj mJ VOL. :. IIAYTL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DliICKMBBli 22,1910. NO. 8. i i Id LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ( 'l.vrtt! (Jwin wii-) ill a few da.vs la-.t weeU. Tim Pori'is wu. in f'ttrutliPtsvllte Monday. , A. II. Wi'st of lfennell wu-. in Hay ti Sunday. W'ilco Cui'lnPi' of Ciirutliersvillo was in I lay ti Sunday. I'mf. iVtud StcariK oT foi'lao'eville iilod in Ilayti Sunday. .1. S. Wnli! of Carulhcisville was in liayli on business YueMlny. Mrs. V. II. Foley of Si. Louis was a visitor in ilavti lat week. U. II. L'tley, of J'ort Allen, l.a.. is Hi.'iiiliiij; the holidays with his par ents, Mr. and .Mrs. .1. .1. i'tley. l!ev. .1. L. UnsMdl of Cliiit-lcston preached a very iutei-iMlujf serinoh at tin .Mcthodi.-.l church Sunday. (1ms. Lanfrdon ol Santiago, t'alif., who once lived at I'oltonplnr.t. Mo., U homo on a visit, and paid his tm-nd. Andy Shaw of this city a visit Kriday itijflit. It may not pay to advertise. Tii P ople do not read it. Mat just ;et on the corns of ...

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. — 5 January 1911

V. p THE f A ;e " "V i v JLstLst HAii VOL.3. 26438 HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1911. NO. 9. EDUCATIONAL. By B S STEARNS, Supl Schools, Preparation of a teacher: Tho fatal mistake is made by most people in en tering the profession before they have sulllolent training, tf one is to be n lawyer or physician, ho must have a fair general education and then sever al years of special preparation. Yet the building of young minds and tin; building of character is more dilll cult and of far greater importance than the prescribing for our physical ailments, or the adjusting of our business matters; and besides, it is economy on the teacher's part to prepare himself thoroughly for his life work. Any one who is to teach grainmer grade pupils should have at least a complete course In a high school or academy. If he expects to teach in a high school or academy, he should have a college diploma; if a college, nothing short of a post-gra.duate de gree should bo considered. After this gener...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 January 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD Published Every Thursday, By William York, Editor and Pud. termb of subscription: 81.00 a year, ca8u in advance ENTERED AT THE roSTOFTICE, HAYTI, JIBBOURI. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER Office In City Hall, 8outhwo8t Room, Hayti, Pemiscot County, Missouri THE OLD AND THE NEW Wc "Tl N PASSING from tho old year into the new, many of us do so with regrets for the past and resolu tions to do hotter in the future, and it is well that such resolutions are made, if they are lived up to; but if they must bo violated, so much tho worse, for every broken resolution weakens char acter just that much. So those who make reso lution should stand by them. Tho Hayti Herald has no resolutions to make. In tho fu turo as in the past, wo shall do tho best we can. That is all we care to undertake or to promise. During the past year wo have passed through many events and mnny perplexing questions have been decided. Times and conditions have been changing. We have had all kinds of elec tions and...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 January 1911

Baptist Church. There will be preaching1 ut tho Bap tist church Sunday at 11:00 a. in. and 7:30 p. ni. Subject Sunday morning: The Child Life of Moses; Sunday night The Birth and Child Life of Je sus. My bible class started olT line last Sunday, I had three to begin with I want the old people to come and join my class. Bring your bibles and come to the Baptist Sunday School. We had one brother about 70 years young and ho knew something about his les son, and wo had one sister about U0 years young and she knew her lesson. I want the people to know that I am willing to visit the sick or those who are in trouble and pray with them if they will let me know. Intended for last week. The revival meeting will begin at the Baptist church next Sunday. Rev. V. J. Bearden, pastor of the Roan Baptist cnurch of Memphis, Tenn., will assist the local pastor in the meet ing. I want the co-operation of every christian in the town and community. I want everybody to come and hear brother Bearden preach...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 5 January 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. A. T. Hutson and family returned Saturday night from a visit to frionds and relatives in Tennessee. For Sale On easy tormB, ono two chair barber outfit, complete Ad dross J. & N. Perkins, Oarbondalo, III., or Joe Perkins, Llaytl, Mo. Moroau Gasklns went to 3t. Louis on Monday night of last week. Luflora Pills for liver ills, at Leflers Drug Store. COtf Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ingle are operat ing an excellent rooming house near the depot. Lowia, the photographer, is making arrangements to go into the show business, so if you want pictures mado come right away. He is making some mighty lino work, at prices out in half. 9-lt Dr. F. A. Mayes spent Christinas with his daughter, Mrs. Carrie Bald win, at Kcnnett. This week the Morgan & Son Broom Factory presonted us with a couple of their brooms. Wo wish to state that these brooms are firstclass in every particular and much better than the average store broom, as the straw is not killed in bleaching and coloring. Engi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 January 1911

vm Aft w -"7 -rt THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1911. NO. 10. EDUCATIONAL. ByB S STEARNS, Supt. School One of the most important unil most dtlllcult duties a teacher has to per forin, is that of assigning work to pu pils, ami seeing that tlioy do the as signed work. Tills is well Illustrated in tho business world. Many an en toi prise falls because the manager does not know how to keep all hands at woik steadily, each one doing the part for which ho is best qualified. On the other hand, the manager, who knows just what eaeh man is cap able of doing and can get lilin to do It, can command almost any salary he chooses to ask. Where the success of an institution depends upon tho amount of money earned by labor, every minute lost counts toward fail ure; every man in the wrong place meuns deminished profits. Now, the aim of the school is not to earn money, but to promote the mental and moral grow tli of the pupils. Every minute lost and every stroke misap...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 January 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD War. YORK. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. $1.00 a Year in Advauco. Entered nn second-class matter Oct. 30, 1908, at the postoflico at Hayti, Mo., undor the act of March 3, 1870. IlAYTt, - - MlBSOUKI. ANNOUNCEMENTS. TEES: Couiiy often $5s Citr $2.50; Wrd$l.50. Cih in idvance. C0UNTT SUPERINTENDENT OF FUBUC SCHOOLS. ElwlUn April -4. 1911. J. J. (Julius) Coleman respect fully oolicits the vote of the people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 4, 1011. FOR CITY OFFICES. Election April, 4, 1911. fob mayor: P. S. RAVENSTEIN. MARSHAL AND EX-OHPICIO COLLECTOR : OLIVER H. DEWEY. FOR POLICE JUDGE: F. M. GWIN. FOR CITY CLERK: OTIS A. POPHAM. ARTHUR O. ALLEN. THAT LOCAL OPTION CONTEST. . ALL good citizens would rather II see peace than strife. It is "" to be regretted that peace can not be permitted to reign in Pemiscot county. Hut such seems to be the case. It is customary in this country for the majority to rule, but of course the defeated side feels ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 January 1911

1 Your Endorsement Will Be Necessary, f V-B" . 7tjiK of course, before y on can cash a check here. It will alio ho given to our bus iness methods as soon as jou have be come acquainted with them. We aie u solid concern, handling the accounts of the slnewdest and most prominent people hereabouts. Your deposits will be well secured here, as we loan only on the most approved collateral after the fullest investigation. We should like to number you anion; our many patrons. You will Jlntl it, to your interest. that wo fool the pcoplo should know moro of him. lie was born and raised on the farm and bejjan teaching in the country, graduating later at the State Normal, where he also took post-grauate work, lie has been teaching 11 years, seven y ears being as superintendent of the Hayti school, during several veurs of which time ho served as county com missioner, at an average salary of $100 per year. Wishing to servo the people and the schools moro elllciently, when ihe of fice of superinte...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 12 January 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Win. (Sunn awl son, Harvey, of Concord vUited her daughter, Mrs. Albert Since tit Kennettltist week. Watoh and jowolry repairing at I.of lora Drug Store. 60tf D. C. Htnbbs has been real sick for the past few days, but at present is reported improving. Eastman kodaks and eupplios at LeflorB Drug Store. COtf The Knights and Ladies of Security have paid the 5034.00 insuraneo ear on the life of Mrs. A. C. Underbill, wliieh was a very prompt settlement. Letters Pills for liver ills, at Leflcrs Drug Store. 60tf Chas. Morgan is now manager of the Haytl Storage, and those having business with that concern should see him. Expert watch and jowolry repair ing at Letters Drug Store. 50tf C S. York was out from Caruth ersville Tuesday. For chills, take Letters pills and quinine. Letters Drug Store. COtf W. II. llolen attended to business at Caruthersvule Tuesday. K. E. Britton of Springfield, 111., who owns considerable property near Hayti, has been here several days, on...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 January 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1911. NO. 11. "IT IS ALL BECAUSE IT IS HAYTI," REHASHED. A Repetition of the Old, Old Story, Since Hayti First Be came a Town in 1895 Betrayed even by Her Own, She Still Lives, and Fights Her Battles Bravely. Del Longgreur, until recently with this paper, published the Steele News last week, the editor of thut paper huving been away on his honey moon trip. Uaruther s vi lie Republican. The above, from a Carnthersville man, very readily accounts for the follow in"1. Of course the writer has a right to his opinion, but he lias no right to purposely misconstrue or to misstate our's. The esteemed Hayti Herald has at last, like Kipling's ship, "found itself," and lias tlr.allj made a eor lect, or partially correct statement of the local option ease. Here is the paragraph in which the Herald stumbled onto the gieat truth: "In this matter, it is the ent'ue county against Huyti, because lluj ti desired and now has saloons, givi...

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. — 19 January 1911

THE UAYTI HERALD W.M, YtlHK'. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 81.00 a Yenr in Atlvimco. Kntorod as second-class matter Oct. 30, 1908, at thu postoilloe at Hayti, Mo., undor the net of March 3, 1870. IIAYTT, Missouiti. ANNOUNCEMENTS. TEES: County office $5: City $2.50; V.td$l.50. Cnh in advance. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Eltclion April A, 1911. J. J. (JUI.IU8) CUIiUMAN respect fully aolicita thu vote of the people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 4, 11)11. B. S. Stkahns respectfully solicits the vote of the people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 4, mil. FOR CITY OFFICES. Election April, 4, 1911. for mayor: S. KAVENSTEIN. MARSHAL AND RX-OFFICIO COLLECTOR: OLIVER H. DEWEY. FOR POLICK JUDGE: F. M. a WIN. B. F. ALLEN. W. V. TARKINGTON being as principal of tho Hayti school, and, by the way, Mr. Stoarns was a country boy, born and ralsod on tin- farm. Hut what wo admire most in Mi. Stearns is character and stand na. He ...

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. — 19 January 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. 8. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY JANUARY 19,1911. NO. 11. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. D. C. Stubbs 1m very ill tills week. Safety razors at Loflors Drug Storo. (J. S. York was out from Caruthers vlllo last week. Musical inatrumonts at LellerB Drug Storo. 60tf Lancing Hottis of l'uscolu was in town Friday. Rubber and tar roollng.Seu Lellor'u Drug Storo COtf Mrs. Mollle.Dorris was sick the lat ter part ol last week. Cut glass and lino china at Leflora Drug Store. 50tf Ksq. Frank Klingcnsmith was in from Concord Saturday. Leflora Pills for liver ills, at Lellnrs Drug Storu. COif F. M. Perkins attended to business iu Memphis last Friday. Jewelry, clocks and watches at Leilera Drug Storo. 50tf .1. A. Faris of Braggadocio was in Ilajti Saturday and Sunday. Watch and jewelry repairing at Lef lers Drug Store. 50tf Mr. and Mrs. .T. F. Wallace of Sam ford have located nearllayti. Eistman kodaks and supplies at Lellers Drug Store. COtf Miss Pauline Thrower of Caruth ersvillo is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 January 1911

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 January 1911

r t-frT LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Pote Ilnvcnstctn lias tho contract for erajtlny tlie Joe Milton biiililln-, just out of the fire limits, neur tl north east corner of thu square, and is rapid ly iiiiKhinjftlie work to completion. Alnhiima coal for sale nil the time anil promptly delivered to any part of the city. TerniB positively OASII on delivery. TIiIh emit la not mine run, but Rood, Hereoued coal. Hayti Stnnuro. OhaB. Morgan. Mcr. COtf Qn Thursday or last week, near liainc, liMi Green shot and killed Chas. Summers. Summers came Into a cotton Held where C.reen was work ing and raised troultle, cursing tlm hands, and threatening to kill them, and approaching Green in a threaten ing attitude, was. shot twice. Lrfan d3ilJ 75 McCAIX PATTERNS Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 enrs. Sold in ne.irly ctry city and town in the United St.ites Jnd Canada, or by mail direct. More told llun any other make. Send for free catalogue. McCAIX'S MAGAZINE More subscr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 19 January 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Sheriff J. A. Franklin wns out from Canutliersville Wednesday serving papers on the City forlvcy Williams, B. B. Sanders and C. G. Shcpard, in an effort to oust Hay ti from the Public Square and $ 1 0,000 City 1 iall. Under the de cision of Judge Riley, this square belongs to Pemiscot county, and the appeal from this decision is still pending in the supreme court. No doubt these gentlemen will be satisfied when Hayti get through with them. Dr. Lutcn of Oaruthei-sville was in Hayti Sunday. Von Mayes attended to legal busi nesb in New Madrid lii'st week. Wanted A girl to (io housework. Apply to Mrs. O. N. Watts. lltf Mrs. Kosa Friedman of Memphis visited I. ICohn and family Sunday. Attorney Vance .1. Illggs of Caruth-et-svillo attended to legal business at Hayti yesterday. I have several pieces of good resi dent property desnably located, for sale cheap. P. S. Ravenstein, lltf Dr. M. II. fludgings of Oaruthers villo attended to professional business in Hayti Sunday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 January 1911

ft e THE HAYf I HERALD VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26. 1911. NO, 12. ' :i i HAYTTS PUBLIC SQUARE AND CITY HAEL, PAST AND PRESENT'. " lifa. VS-rfc1 A suit styled "Ivny Williams-, n n vsiiniiois Mmt iv rv 4iui. fKWTs !U'(1' l,,ui,ul,Ts V8- t,,e cii' of -V-"v innifHi r-e ITavti. a municlnal eornoration. Wiii. York, B. L. GnlV.v, Frank Gwin, Von Mayos and Culpep per and Jackson, defendants, has been brought in the circuit t court of Pemiscot county, Feb ruary term. The suit is to deny llayti the use of her public square and the beautiful $10,03;).0;) building erected on same by ttie citizens of Hayti, and states that the plaintiffs' sum en titled to the possession of the propjrty and that the defendants are un lawfully withholding same from them. They ask damages in the sum of $2,000.00 and state that the property has a monthly rental value of $100.00. As there are many now people in the county who are not acquaint ed with the merits of this case, and have a right to kno....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 January 1911

THE HAYTI "N'.M. YOK1C Published Weekly, mi Thursdays. SI. 00 u Year in Advance. Bnturod as second-class matter Oct, 30, 1908, at tlio poBtoflico at Hayti Mo., under the act of March 3, 1870. Hayti, ANNOUNCEMENTS. rrxss County offitM 5s City $2.50. Wrd$l.50. Ctili in advance. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Election April 4. 1911. J. J. (Julius) Uom;man respect fully solicits the vote of the people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 4, 1011. B. S. Stearns respectfully solicits the vote of the people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 1, 1011. HERALD uuovo the Hayti Herald, and just such stuff was used in about a column und a half of the Steele News, In a fu tile effort to belittle, becloud, befud dle and confuse what wo did sa, in order to mislead and deceive those peo ple who do not read the Hayti Herald. Why don't the Steelo News quote some of our languuge and show the people just what wo said, that thoy might, know the tr...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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