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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 26 January 1911

EDUCATIONAL. B B S. STEARNS, Supl Sehooti Sometimes school work becomos dull for lack of a change, and this may be due to lack of foresight and inventive powers of the teacher; as the appetite of a strong, vigorous mun tiros of the suine food day after day, and week after week, so with the minds of the children who day after day have the same staid manner of opening school, no digressions what ever, the same sing ong reading les son, no encouragement in their games, no seat, or busy work for the little fellows, no wonder there is often dilllculty in having a good, lively, and interesting school. It is time well spent by the teacher in preparing and planning interesting exercises for the dally opening of school. At the ringing of the bell, all pupils, quietly and orderly, take their seats. Hooks and pencils are in the desks and remain undisturbed until oalled lor. The roll is culled by simply not ing the absentees. All join in a song. All children enjoy singing. The next live minutes...

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. — 26 January 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Safety razors at Loiters Drug Store. Win. Itenmincr is 111 of pneumonia. Hverton Speer of Hruggadoclo at tended to business nt Haiti Friday. Musical liifltrnmunta at Letters Drug Htoro. 6()tf Tom Curtnci was in fiom Ilragga doclo Tuesday. Rubbor and tar rooflng.Soa Letter's Drug Storo GOtf C. S. York was out from Caruthers ville Tuesday. Wo can't help it because the News waded into deep water. Cut glass and tine china at Letters Drug Storo. COtf Lillian, daughter of Mrs. M. Z. Kl Uston, is reported convalescent. J. S. Wahl of C'arutlicrsville attend cil to businessat Hay ti Thursday. Leflore Pills for liver ilia, at Leflera Drug Store. COtf George Webb of Braggadocio at tended to business at Hayti Thursday. Dr. C. A. Wells of Peering was a business visitor to Hayti Monday. Jewelry, clocks and watches at Leflera Drug Store. 50tf Collin Morgan attended to business at Kennett the latter part of last week. Ike Bales 01 Pascola was a business visitor to Hay ti Friday....

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. — 2 February 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD. VO o HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1911. NO. 13. EDUCATIONAL. By B S STEARNS, Supt Schonli Til all work of teaching, success will depend largely upon the skill with which the teacher can make the pupil comprehend his expression. At the same time, it is of supreme importance that the teacher should understand the pupil's expression. If the teacher cannot decipher what is passing in the mind of his pupil, lie cannot expect to make his instructions go to the mark. A large proportion of the waste in teaching is unquestionably due to the fact that the toucher does not un derstand the pupil precise!; and in the second place it is due to the fail ure of the pupil to adequately and cor rectly apprehend what the teacher oilers him. The teacher alwavs speaks, of course, from the standpoint of maturity. The words he uses have a simple meaning for him, and his ten dency is to feel that they ought to have that meaning for ereryone. Many are apt to lose patience if pupil...

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

THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. VOIfK. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. $1.00 ii year in Advance. Entered bh neeond-claB8 matter Oct. :!Q, 1908, at the postolllce at Uayti, Mo., under tin net of March 3, 1870. HA.YTI, MlHSOUKt. reus, ANNOUNCEMENTS. Vrd$l.50. County oilier $5. Cily $2 50. Caih in advance. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Election April 4. 1911. J. J. (.Tumi's; Ooi,i:man respect fully solicits the vote ot the people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 1, 15)11. B. S. Sikakns ii'Bpectfully solicits the vote ol the people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 4, 1911. FOR CITY OFFICES. Election April, 4, 191 I. I'oit mayor: P. S. KAVENSTEIN. MARSHAL AND KX-OFHICIO COM.HCTOR: OLIVER H. DEWEY. LUM LEFLER. for i'omcu juhoi:: F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINGTON FOR CITY CI.KRK: OTIS A. POPHAM. ARTHUR O. ALLEN. HE SEES THE LIGHT. Of course every one knows the truth about the local option situation in Pemiscot county, if they can onlj be ind...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 February 1911

LOCALAiraPE Many Tilings Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Safety razors at Lollera Drug Store. Luin Leller Is at Uol Springs for a three week, sta.v for Itis health. Musical Instruments nt LuilurH Drug Store. OOtf G. S. York of t'uruiheisville wiii a business visitor to Hutl Monda.v. Rubber and tar rooting. Sue Letter's Drugstore 501 f Hon. E. M. lllilV of St. Louis at tended to business in Huyti Monday. Cut glass and tine china at Letters Drug Store. 5Utf .Toluinie Dorris is on a visit to Hot Springs, where lie will remain for several days. J. E. DUNCAN Attohney at-Law Will practice in all the courts Otllce, Over Uity Drug Store. Oaruthersvu.le, : : Mo. T. A. MoNAIL Notary Public Ottiee: Hank of Hayti Hayti, - - Missoum Lellers Pills for liver ills, at Loflors Drug Store. 601 f Judge J. S. Gossoin was out from Carutbersville Tuesday attending to legal business. Watch ami jewelry repairing at Lof lors Drug Store. COtf Eastman kodaks anil supplies at Letters Dmg Stoie. 50 tf...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 February 1911

LOCAJ Many Tilings Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers HE SPOT CASH Subscribe for the Ilayti Horald. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp's special brow, 1). J. Hoard of Cape Girardeau visit in Ilayti Sunday. If you don't sue it in the Herald it 1h because you did not tell us. Moxie Manuel of J'ascola attended lo business in tills city Tuesday. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lomp'a latest and best Bpecial brew. V. IF. Foley attended to busines-, at the Lee Line Landing the other day. W. I. Oates i)f Cape Girardeau at tended to Inwinei in Ilnjti this week. Highest market price for all kinds of country produce. Allen Gro. Co. 13 Kverton Sped' of Hi'ujjyHdorlo at tended to business atHuti last 'J'luifs day. A new yirl arrived at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. ir'ete Williams a fe' rlajs ayo. Nice, furnished rooms for rent, rood location. Apply to Mrs. I). B. Hayes. HJtf The Caruthersville Democrat sas the last spike has been driven in the I leering and ..arutliersville railroad. We nutur...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 February 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THIJESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1911. NO. 14. MISSOURI CAPITOL JBURNED TO THE GROUND. Fire Caused by Lightning Many Valuable Records Lost. The Missouri capitol was destroyed by lire Sunday nijjht. A shaft of lightning which struck the pinnacle of the cupola shortly before 8 o'clock started the blaze that burned the, old capital, causing a loss of at least 42, 500,000. The lire had made such headway he lore the 16cal lire department got to it that the engines were unuole to throw water at that height to stop the llames, which soon spread to the hall of the house of representatives and later to the senate chamber, and soon caused the entile building to be in ruins. In addition to the local lire depart ment the penitentiary department le sponded with an hundred convicts, but all ellorls to save the bnildingproved lruitles. Gov. Hud ley and the other state ollleialt. and members of the legis lature in the city rushed to the srene, and the governor took c...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 February 1911

THE 1IAYTI HERALD W.M, vouk. 'ublished Weekly, on Thursday s. 81.00 a Year in Advance. Entered at) second-class muttur Oct. :!;), 1903, at tliu postoflioo at Hayti, Mo., undur the act of March 3, 1879. Hayti, Missouri. ANNOUNCEMENTS. nxs Countr oft $5i City $2.50. Ward $1.50. Caih in advance. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Election April 4, 1911. J. J. (JUMUB) COLEMAN respect- fully solicits tho votu of the peoplu for County Superintendent of Public Hclioola, election April -1, 1911. R. S. Stuarns respectfully solicilH tlio vote of the people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, olection April 4, 1911. FOR CITY OFFICES. Election April, 4, 1911. KOR mayor: P. S. RAVENSTEIN. MAItbtlAL AND KX-OKKIUIO COLLECTOR : OLIVER II. DEWEY. LUM LEFLER. for police juwii:: F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINGTON roit city cli:rk: OTIS A. POPHAM. ARTHUR O. ALLEN. It Is quite enibnrussing to us to walk into it business establishment and llnd u lot of foreign printed stationery . Won't you five...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 February 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Safety razors at Lotlers Drug Store. Kd Cameron Is a new subscriber to tlie Herald. Musical instruments at Letters Drug Store. OOtf i), King of Concord attended to business hero Thursday. Rubber and tar rootltiR.See Lellcr'a Drug Store COtf Ueo. Woods of Ctiruthersvllle was si llayti visitor Saturday. (Jut glass and line china at Letters Drugstore. 50tf Everton Speer of llraggudocio at tended to business in llayti Saturday. Letters Pills for liver ills, at Letters Drugstore. SOlt Uev. .1. J. Wilson of Concord at tended to business in Ha.Ui Monday. Watch and jewelry repairing at Lef lers Drug Store. GOtl Judge Hiley Henderson of Concord attended to business inlla.Mi Monday. the existing legislation to shorten the ' deemed guilty of n misdemeanor anil time of keening estates in probate from two years to one year. Senators Chinn of Lafayette and Beaver of Callaway are members of this commit tee. They introduced eleven bills in the Senate amending the laws. The cost ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 February 1911

can lit- written on , part of the city lie shown piettitcs EDUCATIONAL. I), U SI EARNS, bupt bt'r..'t This iliontli is so lull of things to t.'acli outside or the regular school work, thut it tciichi'i feck disposed to s.v, wh'i. shall 1 coiiunoiieeV" There i.s Dickcn's birthdaj on the "tit, Lincoln'.-, on the 12th, tho 14th is St. Valentine'.-,. Washington and Lowell liotli cla'tn the 'JSml, Longfellow the 27th. Beginning with I")ielens. many stories can hi' told, or read from the volumn of Dickens' Child Stories found in mnnj school libraries. It is well for the toucher to tell Dick ens' stories as a means of time-saving and, if well told, more interesting. They weep over "Little David Cop perfiuld." Their eyes will grow wide with horror at the experience of Pip and the man with the iron eirculct on Ids leg, and they never tire of sweet "Florence Hornby and good (?) Mrs. I'.rown. Of course, they are told that Dickens was and rkiglishmun and wheie England is. Stories are told of Li...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 February 1911

I THE HAYTI HERALD 9 VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1911. NO. 15. EDUCATIONAL. ByB S STEARNS Supt School! Society Is waiting, cullinir, ciinipst ly, anxiously, for mun and women of broader culturo and Holder nature men and women of quick intellienee, of enlifflitiMiedund'eisUindin,'', of lurt heart and general impulse, to take these little ones by the hand and lead them into the pleasant wajs of wis worn, virture, usefulness, and happi ness. George Hon land. The Schoolmaster's Prayer. Lord, deliver the laddies before Thee from lying, cheating, cowardice, and la.lness, which are us the devil, lie pleased to put common sense in their hearts, and give them grace to be honest men all the (i ays of their life. Ian Maclareu in Young Barbarians. A sitting, dreaming, inactive teacher cannot inspire pupils. Nothing can take the place of earnestness in the school room; but, to Ineffective, it must be genuine. Teachers, especial! young teachers lrequently talk too much. If the...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 February 1911

THE HAYTI III2KALD W.M. YIIIJK. Published Wccklv. on Thui'Mhij-.. SI. 00 a Year in Advance. Entered as second-class mattur Oct. :S0, 1908, at the postoflico nt Hiiyti, Io., tindor the net of March 3, 1870. Hayti, Missouri. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I'tXS County office. $5. Cily $2.50; Ward $1.50. Ca!i in advance. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. EUclion A nl 4, 1911. J. J. (Jumusj (Joluman respect fully aolicita the votu of tho people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 1, 1911. IJ. S. Stkahnh respectfully solicits th vote of the people for County Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 4, 1911. FOR CITY OFFICES. Election April, 4, 1911. FOK .mayor: P. S. RAVENSTEIN. MARSHAL AND KX-OKI'ICIO COI.I.KCTOH: OLIVER H. DEWEY. LUM LEFLER. FOR POLICE JUDGE: F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINGTON tor city clerk: OTIH A. POPHAM. ARTHUR O. ALLEN. l'OK ALDERMAN, 2ND. WARD: JAMES W. BAILEY W.OOO.OO COUNTY PROI'EKTY. When the circuit court meet at C'a lMliieriville next Monday...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 February 1911

Safety razors nt Loilors Drug Store. C. S. York was out from Caruthers ville Tuesday. Musical instruments nt Leflore Drug Store. COtf Miss Hazel Miller of Jackson was u , isitor in llu.ui Kuiulm. Rubber and tar roofing. Soo Leller's Drugstore COtf J. W. Stephens of Caruthersvillo was in llayti Tuesday. Cut glass and tine china at Letters Drug Store. OOtf Mrs. W. I. Oatos of Cape Olrar doiin is visiting in lla.Ui this week. Leflera Pills for liver ills, at Leflera ' Drugstore. GOtf Eastman kodaks and supplies nt Letters Drug Store. COtf Harry Hillard of Caruthersville was a Havtl visitor Thursday. Jewelry, clocks and watches at Letters Drug Store. 50tf Rev. J. Tj. Woolverton was in Por tagevillo last week. Our goods arc guaranteed to please. Allen & Sons. 14-tf J. S. Wahl attended to business in this city last Thursday. Mrs. Hllen Pierce- of Caruthersvillo was in Uujtl Saturday. Watch and jewelry repairing at Lef lore Drug Store. OOtf I Harvey Dorris visited his parents, Mr. and ...

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. — 16 February 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL.! r.J. ?. CrMorropo of u n Mr- ?irl ut tin1 homo Preston I Mils Monday. Prod Hinlf)is of I uncord was in t iwn Mouda . Tliu best of tvrvlliliv "ir M tli owait prin- ;U AMn & -3 mm H tt J. A. .lolmson of Kcnnett attended 1o business in Huyti Saturday. KyoB tested free, glasses fitted nt very reasonable prices. Letters Drug Store. fiOtf .1. M. Pyrd sind Guy Settles visited in Marsto'n lust Saturday. Nice fnrnisliod rooms for rent, Rood location. Apply to Mrs. D. B. Hayes, ltf The pool room was moved into its new quarters Friday. Any order promptly flllad and de livered, no matter how small. Allen & Sons. 14-tf O. M. Ow ti of Memphis visited homefolks lat week. I havo sovor.il piecus of good resi dent property, dmir.ihly I oatod, for oilechean. P. S. Rivonatein, lltt Mr. and Mis. M. Parkovitz of Por tugovillo visited I lCohn and family Sunday. Typewriter ribbons and carbon pa per for aale .it tbe Herald olliee. Cheap and guaranteed. tf Ksq. A. F. Parker of Po...

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. — 23 February 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD. VO AYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23,1911. NO, 16. . xx .lune 10 .lulv 12 5 12 1.1 Aufr 1 S.tpt 2 20 Oct 2 o 2 29 :i 29 I o" 10 11 13 14 1 a n 19 20 25 11 1" 28 15 28 8 21 28 2 10 21 June 21 21 21 Jiy 1 u 19 2.5 20 :?o 4 4 fi 5 Nov Dec Jan Feb Mcli A pr May FINANCIAL STATEMENT of the City Hall Custodian, Uity of Hayti, Pemiscot county, Missouri. Prom June 10, 1909 to January .'II, 1911. 1909, from S. Foley... $ 2 00 rent from Gully.. ;i!l 00 rent Dr. Trau tmitnn l.'l ( rent from H. Dorteli "9 90 from J no. Dorris... 1 7.") Mo. Girl show 22 55 rent from Gully.. .. .'10 00 from show .'I 00 rent from Gully.. . 1:1 00 rent from Culpepper 10 00 lights 1 00 rent from Gunion... 5 00 from show .'I 70 for lights 50 rent from Guffy . . 11 00 for lights 50 rent by Culpepper.. 10 00 dance by Dorris ... 1 50 show. .. 125 dance bv Folev 1 00 1910. rent from GulTy.. 11 00 rent from York . 07 25 lights 50 rent Culpepper 10 00 lights 50 show 14 40 rent Culpepper 10 00 lights 50...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 February 1911

THE 1LYYTI HERALD Wm. yomic. !ubllsl-d Weekly, on Thur-iduys. 91 00 a Year in Advance. Entered us second-class matter Oct. ISO, l'JOB, at the postoilico at Hayti, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1870. Hayti, Missouri. ANNOUNCEMENTS. reus County office. $3; City $2.50. Vrd$l.50. Cih in advance. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Election April 4, 1911. J. J. (Julius) Coleman respect fully BolicitH the vote of the people for County Superintendent of Public Hohoola, election April 4, 1011. B. S. Stkakns respectfully solicits the vote of the people for County .Superintendent of Public Schools, election April 4, 1H11. FOR CITY OFFICES. Election April, 4, 1911. kok mayor: P. S. RAVENSTEIN. DR. T. J. TRAUIWIANN. MARSHAL AND KX-OFFIUIO COLLECTOR: OLIVER H. DEWEY. LUM LKFI.ER. FOR POLICE JUDOE: F. M. GWIN. W. W. TARKINOTON FOR CITY CLERK: OTIS A. POPHAM. ARTHUR O. ALLEN. FOR ALDERMAN, 1ST. WARD FRED MORGAN. FOR ALDERMAN, 2ND. WARD: JAMES V. BAILEY THE OTHER SIDE. It bus been said that w...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 February 1911

ALMOST SOLD OUT and our store goes out of existence FOREVER. SATURDAY, MARCH 4th Wo Buy Corn in car load lotH. If you lmvon't a car load, make it up among your neighbors and bring it to uh. Planters Gin Oo. Jas. HasBlor, ftlgr., Haytl, Mo. 13tf Let's sot a few more trees on the public square, especlallj neur the fence. 81.00 Khwakd: For 32 Remington rllle, single shot. Either stolen from slaughter pen or lost between slaugh ter pen and shop. Keturn to Uiirnlo Swnn. A newspaper is a mighty good thing to have around when Its services are needed, but too many people want to dispense with it at other times. Alabnma coal for sale all tho time and promptly delivered to any part of the city. Terms positively CASH on delivery. This coul is not mine run, but good, screened coal. Hayti Storage. Ohaa. Morgan, Mgr. 60tf There is always ono place in every town known for tho quality of its goods. Fred Morgans Saloon is striv ing for that reputation in Hayti. Our aim is to mnko our saloon ono of t...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 February 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. A new Htore anil new iroods. Cull uid Hbv Hpcnuur .ScStubbg ltitf Ie i K. Mef'orklo reports that he bus in liaiiil idl tin' inonej neeesstirj hi iiiitull the new lblinf,' plant in tho Methodist chinch. Our aim in to aatisfy all give ub n trial. Allen & Sona. 11-tf L. L. Teller, our popular druggist, left for St. Louis Monday inorninj,'. where he will attend Masonic grand lodge and attend to business. (Jomc to our place and aee how nico vo will treat you. Spencer & Stubba. All goodndolivered promptly to any part of tho cit . Allen &Soiib. M-tf Haiti's brilliant young attorney,' Von Miiji's, is not onlj accredited with securing the lirst olllciul act from Judge V. It. Furls when he went on the bench, but he tried the lirst ease before the . I udu in Pemiscot countj and been red an acipiital. i HlfjhoHt market prb'o for nil kinds of country produce. Allen Oro. Co. 13 i Dr. T.J. Trautmann announces tins week as a candidate for inavor of the, Vl of Ilayli....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 March 1911

I ilCi Til 1 EL " w"k lm WkmW m VOL. 3. HAYTI, MLSSOU1U, THURSDAY, MARCH 2,1911. NO. 17 EDUCATIONAL. ByB S.STEARNS Sjpt Schonla I.unography For seven years nn English astronioiner, V. Cloodncro, lists been engaged I" making a '"1 l" the moon. It Is now finished, and Is one (lu Inrgo scalo of thirty miles to one Inch. Mr. Goodacro cays that ahont 150,000 craters arc shown in detail. Some of tin orators are 100 miles across. C. K. The Work of raisins the wreck of thi' ' Maine." will have to stop this week unless Congress votes more money. The 100,000 is all goiio.and $:,"iO,ouO inori! is asked. V n r r e n t Bvents. Some idea of the enormous eot of a modern battleship may he gained ; from the case of the New York, now ' being built. It is estimated t lint the' monster will have cost at least Jl'ii. 000,000 by thu time it is ready for the scrap heap twenty years hence. ! The cost of the hull is ?1,OO.H0O; ' Machinery, J2,(i!l0,(l00; armor and guns, SViUO.OOO, and miming expenses $"t'o,...

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

LAND FOR SALE. 010 acres near Covington; 320 ncreB woar Holland; 1G0 near (Jovlngton; 0 acres near Cottonwood Point ; also other tracts in Pemiscot county. Theeo are the J. 13. Franklin binds. For priceH and terms, address Finest Lovan, 01!) Bant: Commerce Uuiidlng, .St. Louia, Mo. ltitf Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lump's special brew. PROFESSIONAL CARDS It. C. CKKSSWELL, 1). 1. S. Dentist All Kinds of Dental Work Neatly Executed Crown and Bridgework a Specialty Hayti, - - Missouki T. J. TRAUTMANN l'liysicimi ami Surgeon Olllco phono 50. Residence GO. Hayti, - - - Missouki. J. W. JOHNSON Physician ami Surgeon Residence Phone i! 1. - - Ollice 1(1. Hayti, - Mo. J. G. CKIDElt Physician and Surgeon Otllce in Tkautmann's Drug Stokk Phono No. 50 Hayti, - - Missouri F. A. MAYES lMijsicinii and Surgeon Hayti, - - Missouri BAY LESS L. GUFFY LAWYER Hayti, - Missouri. VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM Proaecuting Attorney IVmiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil Business Promptly Attended ...

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