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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 2 March 1911

I F ARE WELL LAST THREE DAYS and our store is gone FOREVER Thursday, Friday and Satur day, March 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Yes, Saturday, 31 arch 4-th will be the very last day. If you want a suit, hat, shoes, or anything in furnishing goods and want to buy for less than 1-2 price, come around these last three days and if you find what you want in our broken stock, you will save big m oneT on what you buy. With a Last Good-bye---- We take this means of thanking our many friends and patrons for their courteous treatment and patronage. With best wishes, Sincerely yours, UNTERBERiGrER BROTHERS i ('. H. Claiborne, assistant suporin- icnueni o'ltici'TiMco, was in town lust Wednesday ami Thursday. I Tlio Portageville basket ball team Users, and the Herald will feel tlio loss of their prtronage. Linn Lefler, Dr. T. J. Trnntmann and several others attended court at passed through Huytl Wednesday, i ICennett last week, in the case of Mol- after a ,"iuie with Cnruthersvillo. To You: All people who 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. — 2 March 1911

;J Don't monkey wltli tliu business end) Frank Ptilliim and family, who left of a real live editor, Sonny. If you licto recently lor Mnrinaduke, rk., do you maj lonrn not to ivpeat the have arrived back in old l'mii-cot. jvct. I Thuy will not leave any nunc. LOCAL AND PERSONAL.1 f6 !! ! 3W TSauvVs q l&vmcxv, ..l w I Will be yours if you will make up your mind to save a little each week and 9 --- -- I It is the only way to get ahead in the world, because it enables you to start in business for yourself when the proper tune comes. Don't put it off until tomorrow. Ki'olt county is to have u new $"."5. OOOcoiiil house. Wm. Gowan docs nil kindn of clean ing up; yards, gardens, back houses. Win. Ininnn dii'd Monday of tuber ii'tilunibi and was buried Tuesday. Tlio best nnd nevvcRt styles In la-dii-H' Npiing and summer neukvvenr. J. L DorriB. 17lf THE SPOT CASH v CARUTHERSVILLE, lasBBaeei mo. 10 CI Besides our line of Dry GdoJs, and Staple Grocer ies, we have put in an excellent line o...

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. — 9 March 1911

wvVft-C3jt.,Bf,j, THE HAYTI HERALD. ; HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1911. T I VOL. J5. NO. 18. EDUCATIONAL. By Q S STEARNS, Supt. Schools A synopsis of tho methods pursued by the county superintendents of the stuto in visiting schools might lie of interest to some, hence, before giving reports of schools visited, will gie (i brief summary. Each school of the county must lie visited once during the) ear, tinil us many times thereafter Unit the county superintendent may see lit to do o. No period of time is designated as to what shall constitute a vit.it. During the occupancy of the olllee, 18 mouths, by next week all schools of the county have been visited twice and a number three and four times, just as necessity may require, or when special culls ure made. The teacher is seldom aware of in tended visits for the reason that a de sire to see the school in its natural condition, without any specially pre pared exercises or lessons, is what is desired. Visits last as long as any a...

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

LAND FOR SALE. 040 acros near Covington: .120 acres near Holland; 160 nonr Covington; so acros near Cottonwood Point; also other tracts in Pemiscot county. These aro the J. 13. Franklin lamlB. For prices and terms, address Ernest Iiovan, (11!) Hank Commerce Building St. Louis, Mo. lfJtl Wo aro trying to run the Herald on a cash basis, because it in best. $1.00 U too small an item for credit and any one can pay it. Wo have no credit subscription list. They are all cash. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp's special brow. PROFESSIONAL CARDS It. C. CHKSSWELL, 1). D. s. Dentist All KindB of Dental Work Neatly Executed Crown and Bridgowork a Specialty Hayti, - - - Misrouiu T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician ami Surgeon Olllce phono 50. Residence 60, Hayti, - - - Missouri. J. W. JOHNSON Physician ami Surgeon Residence Phono 21. - - Oillce -MS. Hayti, - Mo. J. G. CKIDER Physician and Surgeon Olllce in Tiiautmann's Drug Stork Phono No. 50 Hayti, - - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hayti, M...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 March 1911

I LOCALAND Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Safety razors at Loiters Drug Store. 1. Kolm was in Carutheravllle Wed nedny. Musical Instruments at Lotlers Drug Store. fiOtf The Methodist church has installed its new lights. Rubber and tar roollng.Seo Leller'a Drug Store 501 f Supt. 13. S. Stearn attended to school Mutters at Portugoville Friday. Out glass ami iluo china at Letters Drug Store. fiutf Dr. V. A. Mayes and family have moved to the Perd Mori is place. Lellers Pills for livor ills, at Lellrs Drug store. Ml f Mrs. Myitle l'ottinger of Charleston lias been in Haytl for soveial days. Watch and jewelry repairing at Lef lcrs Drug Store. G'ltt .J. W. Mai tin of Caruthersville at tended to business in this city the other day. Eastman kodaks and supp'ies at Lellers Oiug Store. Cutl New from Cover to Cover WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY JUST ISSUED. Ed. in Chief, Dr. W. T. Harris, former U. S. Com. of Education. The Webster Tradition Developed by Modern S...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 March 1911

LOCALANDP Many Things Worlh Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers And Shaw xxas on the sick list hist week. Jesse Gxvln was in Memphis last week, on bato ball business. Mr. Sugg, one of the owners of the Planters Gin, was heie Tuesdux. G. 11. Henderson of Concord was n pleasant caller at our ollice Tuesduj. Miss Ada Dovxdx is the ila opera- 675 Oman for Sale for .-SUB. Keu , Mrs. W. H. Bolon, Ilnyti. 18tf t,. al t. tuRMtlion c.cliai)"o this week. Lee Stone of Niminons, Ark., was in Ilajti last Thursdaj. J. A. .lolinson was over from Ken nett Monday and Tuesday. Good alfalfa hay, 817.60 a ton. Bandera Broa. ISif Mrs. Hon Gaskins is among our 10 newal subscribers. J. I j. Oliver of Guthrie, Okla., sends us M for the tenuwal of his subscrip tion. ('. .T. l'.lklns, the Frisco agent at Cluikton, passed through Hajti last Saturday. , ( Dr. F. A. Mnjes ivports tin-arrival Uev. I. Q. McCoikle went to Steele .of a new boj at the home of Mr. and Tuesday, to assist in revival services. Klilor Ru...

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. — 16 March 1911

X HE HA iTI HERALD VOL. J. IIAYTL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 16,1911. NO. 19. NEW $10,000 DEPOT. The Frisco to Erect Two Magnifi cent Structures at Hayli. There 1ms been miii'li talk ntiil specu lation us to just what Iciml of Imildine llie Frisco would put up to take the place of the de pot recently destroyed ii.v tire We have reliable information to till' cileot that tlio I'YIsuo intends to tin Ihe right thing, but has been :i i tiiivr to hear from Hay ti, to see just what Hayti wants. It seems that thf Frisco would like to submit plans anil speeilleatioiis to Hayti and confer on tin- mutter. Il i tin intention of the Frisco to elect two buildings, both handsome mid up-to-date, one a passenger anil the other a ireight depot. The principal obstacle In the way, as we unilei'staiid it, is the old Fri-eo Uestaurant lot. The railroad, its a mutter of safety and future proleetion, desires the possession of this lot, ami expects Hayti to be of some assistance to them in securing this prop...

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

LAND FOR SALE. (HO ncrofl near Covington: U'-O ncres near Holland; 100 near Covington; so acres near Cottonwood Point; also other tracts in PomiHCot county. Those nro tlio J. K. Franklin lundH. For prices and tornm, addresB Krnest Lovan, (Mil Hank Commerce Building, St. Louis. Mo. Kill T II E H AYTI 1-1 E R A L D I'i'iimhiikd liVKKV TurnsMAY, By Wim.iam Youk, Kihtok and Ptii. thumb op arnsc'iHiTioN: 81.00 a year, cash in advance KNTUKKD ATTIfK POSTOFPK'K, 1IAYTI. MISSOURI. AS SKC'ONI) CLASS MATT Kit Ollieu ill City Hall, Southwest Koom, IIayti. Pemiscot Countv, Missouri We are trying to run the Herald on a cash baBia", bocmuse it in best. $1.00 is too small an item for crt'dlt and any one can pay it." We have no ore-lit subscription list. Tlioy are all cash. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lump' Hpecial brew. ANNOUNCEMENTS. M;ES County offirn $5; Cuy $2.50; Ward $1.50. Cah m advance. FROFeSSIONAL - CARDS COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF rUDLIC SCHOOLS. Election April 4, 1911. .1. J. (Jl'Ml'H)...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 March 1911

LOCAL AND PERSON AL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Mrh Win. Gnnn of Concord who i was visiiing ner uaugwer, .Mrs. .ioi. Staeoy at Kennett, last week, was tak en ill while there. Safety razors at Letters Drug Store. Once more the trues in the public HI u are. Judge C. H. Faris and .T. R. Wall) I of Caruthersvillo wore out to Haytl I very reaso . . . . 1 tt . ... . k?.....-.. .. In M .. MTnl.11.. ....... .. ..,,-.... "''." city .iarinai u. u. uewey utieiHieu -". " "" - umimi oboult Monila. 1 l" On the night of the 4th, live nogroesl Sometime since, a preacher in the were killed at Osceola, Ark., as pulpit was discussing some of the ob ., ,. , . ., , ' jectlonal things of the present day, the result of resisting a posse, who Jn( K .,., TK)lnte,i t.i ' were trying to arrest a negro murderer, linger at the one newspaper editor in 13yes tei 50 tf . , , , ,, , , ! the congregation and said: "And you ,r! ... (r. n'nSi lift? n-. newspaper editors don't publish the...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 March 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers J. F. ingle is 111 thi week, j .Tolin 1. Stephens has accepted a , . . .,,, . .., position in tlif Frisco ollices at Chaf- Garden sued, nt Avcnli's Store, lot f k.U( ,uuI k,(l UlU wwk to tttkl. u,, Ms Frank M. Johnson of Tcm was In rk. fayti Tuesday. Arthur Allen and Trigg Sunder-, visited Cuyoso Sunday. Louie James of rural route No. 1 has moved to Hayti. Kd Ootcher and family have moved toHuvti. Tim Dorris was in the first of the week. St. Louis the Frank Ferguson and J. S. Walil of C'aruthcravillo were in Hay ti Tuesday. Seed Potatoes at 90 cents per bindi el, at AverilPa Store. 10tf A nice lino of baby caps and hove' hntu at the millinery stoie. Mrs. Beulnh Smith. 10. f Russell Bros, have bought, the old factory site, and if is rumored that they will make some practical use oi same. A beautiful line of iip-fn-dale spring and pumtnur li'its for ladieM, iniwaMH and children. Mrs. Houlah Smith. 19tf The P...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 March 1911

THE! HAYTI HPRALD I H Hi I I mk III II HH I m Mk HHB MPr VOL. 3. HAYTL MISSOURI, THltRSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911.' NO. 20. BOOKER T. WALLOPED. THEY'RE iw u MING BACK. Peeked Through Keyhole in Door j The Good Old Days of Hayti and Got Sound Drubbing. By nosing around in New York whore he had no businesss the otlier day and pecking through keyholes in an apartment house which was occupied by white people, Col. Roose- Fast Reluming. More people from the country were in llaytl Saturday than have been here in one day in live or six years, or eHpecially since the local option election in UltMi. At one time a count HAYTI IS NOT SMALL. -& NT A Trip Over Town Will Surprise Even the Natives Give Them Cause For Just Pride. and elt's big nigger and Whitehousel was made of the wagons on the square dining partner, Booker T. Washing ton, received a sound thre.shing and it took the surgeons three hours to patch him up. Tlie white man was arrested, but shows no remorse ol conscience, but ot course Bo...

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. — 23 March 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Safety razors at Leflers Drug Store. Stukely Jacobs has moved to tonn. Garden bppiI, at Averlll'H Store. 191 f Chas. Trainor spent last week in St. Louis. Musical instruments at Letters Drug Htoro. fiotf Mrs. M. Z. Elliston lias hail her bouse newly painted. Letters Pills for liver ills, at Letters Drug Store. 6Utf "v ww w v v 'if'BrHr'arF'vrvvrarvwyvr'v ww PjBB J. L. DORRIS, P-op. Our Aim In Business Is to give a customer as good an article or better than can be bought elsewhere at the same price. Below we quote only a few of the many household articles which are needed every day, with PRICES THAT TALK Cut glass tumble) 15c All kinds of glass dishes .. Mr Hammers Klc Toilet soap. IJ hais for Klc Vaseliiif, 1 1 iv. buttle 1(1 Large dish pan Kir Sauce pan Klc Wool d'.isters for piano. . ..Klc Bi ass candlestick Klc Sofa pillow rope Klc Sofa pillow top l;"ic Wlnsk broom Klc Table mats fie Aluminium soap boxe...

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. — 23 March 1911

LAND FOR SALE. 010 acroa nonr Covington; :i2rj ncrcB aoar Holland: 100 near Covington; 0 acroa near Cottonwood Point; tilao other tracta hi Pumtacot county. I'hoao lire the J. E. Franklin lands. For pricoB and tornia, addreaa Ernoat -ovsui, HI!) Hank ComniBrcu Building, tit. Louin, Mo. ltltf T HE HAYTI HERALD Lumber For Sale. All lciuila of rough lumber, for build- ng rosldeucch, bitrna, bridgea, fonoea, sidowaltia, etc., for autodump. Thisia an oxo.ellont grado of lumber and you nhould aoe it. P. Huffatutter, Iiayti. PUIIMSIIKI) EVKKY THURSDAY, BY WlI.UAM YollK, EllITOK AND Pl'Il. MORE GOOD WORDS. THUMB OK SUItSt'KU'TlON: 81.00 A YKAH, CASH IN ADVANCE KNTHItl'D AT TIIK I'OHTOCKICK, HAYTI, MISBOl'KI. AH HKCOND CLASH AlATTIUl Ollice in City Hall, Southwest Room, llayll, IVmlacot County. Missouri I Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lamp's I aiieolal brew. Win. York of the Hayti Herald ! ... , ,, . , .. . If you don't sco it in the Herald it has recently unproved Ins paper ,H b(fCIlU90 you...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 March 1911

iiH(fP "W ibWMWlMHieVM tx-JKocs2McaaAr; ,ffJrMyMMyMlprtflfj "- wVmummMn " 1 1 -p. -m- r wwl"'' " LOCAL AND PERSONAL. W. ,T. Morris is one of our latest re newal subscribers. Jack Toaster now has a run on a .ocal out of Poplar UlufT. Ilonry Kansbnrgh wont up to New M ldrid Sunday and returned Monday. 1 M. Perkins tmd U'o Orconwoll intended to business at Uaruthorsvillu ! ucsday. The Planters Gin Co. will close the last of the week. Farmers who have cmtou to sell should nihil it in. Mrs. Caroline Terror of Dry Hnyou is here on a two weeks visit to her brother, I). C. Stubbs. Dr. G. W. Philips of Caruthersvillo, accompanied by Peto Ln Forge and son and daughter, Master Louis and Miss Jenice, automobiled out to Hay ti Monday. A. Fields has moved to Ilornbeak. Tenn., in order to draw a pension paid by that stutu to its confederate soldiers. The W. C. T. U. ra.'t with Mrs. M. P. Gwin Tuesdax. Tlie next incut ing will bo with Mrs. D. U. liases. Meet ings are every two weeks. Mrs. M. P. Gwi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 March 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 3. I1A YTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911. NO. 21. COUNTY SCHOOLS. A TOUCH OF LAW. An Interesting Letter From Carter Justice and Fairness Should Pre- District and Other Items. By B S STEAHNS, Supt Sclioolo The Cii)R Girardouu Nonnnl has published si bulletin that should be interesting to the teachers. It is a syllabus of his tory work in lirst jfrade, repre senting a Held of endeavor which the department of education of the Nonnnl has been planning j'or some time and is now putting into execution as rapidly and completely as its facilities for the work will permit; it undertakes to be one solution of the problem of how this department of the Training School should render practical assistance to the teach ers in the ranks. The bulletin may be had by writing the State Normal School, Cape Girardeau, .Mo. In my work I often have ex pressions of tluinks for my ef forts, but I am in receipt of a let ter of thanks signed by the boird of education which I apprecia...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 March 1911

K I! I r LAND FOR SALE. 040 noroa near Covington: 320 acroB noar Holland: 1G0 near Covington; M) acroa near Cottonwood Point; also other tracta in Pemiscot county. Theao are the J. E. Franklin lands. For priceH and terms, addrewn Krnost Lovnn, 01!t Hank Commerce Building, Ht. Louis, Mo. 10tf THE HAYTI HERALD Lumber For Sale. All kinds of rough lumber, for bulld 'ng residences, barns, bridges, fences, sidewalks, etc., for ualo cheap. Thiais an excellent grade of lumber and you nhould see It. P. HuflBtutter, .Huyti. Puhubiikd evkky Thursday, By William Yoiik, Kditou and Pint. TEHMH OF BUHSCHIl'TION: 81.00 A YKAIt, CASH IN ADVANCK KNTUKKD AT TIIK I'OSTOKKICE, 1IAYTI, MIUSOUIH, AS SKl'ONt) CLASH MATTKK Olllee in City Hall, Houthwest Room, Hayll, Pemiscot County. Missouri ANNOUNCEMENTS. MILS: County olfico $5i City $2.50; Ward $1.50. Coli in dncc. PROFESSIONAL CftRDS COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Election April A, 1911. J. J. (Jui.tUB) Coi.HMAK respect fullv Holieits the vote ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 March 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Tilings Wortli Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Safety rnzora nt Lellera Irui; Storo. J. S. TYainor is u renewal sub scriber. Clardon seed, nt Avci Ill's Storo. Hltf i. Supt. H. S. Stearns spent Monday in (Juruthersville. Mimical liiHtrutnenta at Lellera DniK Store. 50tf L. L. Hayes is a renewal sub-seriber. John I. Stephens of Chaffee visited his family ho re Sunday. Miss Effie Dorris has boon ill for the past week. Lellera Pllla for livor ilia, at Loflors Drug Store. fiOtf Goo. 13. Webb spent Saturday afternoon in Hayti. Rubber mid tar rooting. See Lellor'a Drujj Storo 50tf (J. W. Webb was in from Hrac adoeio hist Thursday. Elias Niuin of (layoso attended I to business in our city Saturday. Seed Potntnea nt 5)0 iMintH jier bnah el, (it Averlll's Store. Hltf' Cut tflaaa and tine china nt Letters Drug Sloro. fiOtf Joe Mnlonre was out from Ca ruthersville Tuesday. J. L. Dorris is again suffering from rheumatism. Good alfalfa hay, Sl7.o0 a ton. Handera ...

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. — 30 March 1911

" '"-f1 ? .' v ' "T'yyTr h H ft L' 1 1' B LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Tho beat and newest styles in la lies' spring nnd summer neukwenr. ,). L DorriB. ltf Miss Addie Dickson has ac cepted a position in tin.1 Sanders Jlros. store. Mrs. Olms. Morgan and chil Iron, accompanied by Collin Morgan, left Saturday to visit relative at Puragould, Ark. Oall and see tliou new designs and textures In Linweavo Suiting and Linona Dumity wiibIi goods, at J. L. Dorris'. 17tf ljn Bones and his family have moved to Lake, county, Tenn., where Lee is going to farm this year. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morris, and Mrs Morris' sister, Miss Addie Dickson, moved back to Ilayti i ist Thursday. Alabama conl for sale all tho time and promptly delivered to nnv part of tbii city. 'Terms positively "UAHH on delivery. This coal 1h not mine run, but good, screened coal. Havti Storage. Oliiio. Morgan, Mgr. 50tf Mrs. Carrie Baldwin and child ren of Kennett visited her father and mother, Dr. and Mrs. 1 A. Mayes last week. .lule Elder...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 April 1911

S'TW i "nf-ie THE HA TI HERALD VOL. 3. HAYTT, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1911. NO. 22. SCHOOL ELECTION. HOME TALENT. 209 17!) 124 that, was The Race For County Superin- j tcndent Warmly Contested. In the school election Tues day the election for directors was quiet, the vote being: D. D. Hurbert A. G. Sanders Henry Kunsburgh It should be remembered Henry Ransbur&h's name not on the ticket, as he came out too late. The race for Superintendent of Public Schoools was warmly ' contested outside of Hayti, but j in Hayti it was all one way, the ' vote being: . I H.S.Stearns . :J 1 r ' J. .7. Coleman 215 Alter all votes from the county were in, Stearns was elected by about 71 majority. The length of school term was voted at nine months. The teachers' fund was left at 10 cents on the $100 valuation, in stead of voting bO cents. The "Jlj cents on the $100 valua tion for incidental fund was voted down. Everybody Pleased with Produc tion Tuesday Night. The company, headed by B. R Forbes a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 April 1911

ii'wif-",,v'M"lr'h"l'lfl"""'"ll"'"" i LAND FOR SALE. 010 aoroa noar Covington; 320 acres i.iar Hollnnd; 100 nenr Covington; SO acroa near Cottonwood Point ; also ather tracts In I'omiacot county. ThoBe are tlio J. E. Franklin lantlH. for prices and terms, address Ernest !vnn, 010 Bank Commerce Ruihllnii, JU. Louis, Mo. 10tf Lumber For Sale. All kinds of rough lumber, for build ing residences, barns, bridges, fences, sidewalks, etc., for sale cheap. This Is an excellent grade of lumber and you should see it. P. Huffstutter, Kuyti. PROFeSSIONftL CftRDS It. C. CKESSWELL, 1). D. S. Dentist All Kinds of Dontal Work Neatly Executed Crown and Bridgowork a Specialty Hayti, - - - Misrouki T. J. TRAUTMANN I'liysicinn nuil Surgeon Ofllce phone 50. Rosidence 00. Hayti, - - - Missouhi. J. W. JOHNSON Physician and Surgeon Residence Phone 24, - - Ofllce 46. Hayti, - Mo. J. G. CRIDER Physician and Surgeon OlHce in Trautmann's Dkuo Stoke Phono No. 60 Hayti, - - Missouhi F. A. MAYES Physician and Sur...

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