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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 May 1911

n el n &k i n Ei ijPh VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 11,1911. NO. 27. EDUCATIONAL. By-U S STEARNS Supt School! Of many days to bo obsorvod, iionu art? easier or more worthy of remembrance than "Mother's Day." This is to bo observed on the second Sunday of May, the l-lth. It is not to be limited to seliool children and teachers but is observed, because every body has, or once had a mother. The object is to honor and uplift motherhood, and give happiness to "the best mother who ever lived"' your mother. The ob servance is to be in loving re membrance of your mother oi lier memory, through some dis tinct act of kindness, visit, tri bute or letter. The day was founded by Anna .Tarvis of Phila delphia, is recognized by the governors of more than half of the states, by many mayors, pub lic citizens, organizations, etc. Tt it a permanent affair, always the second Sunday in May, in schools the Friday before. Do something on that day in memory and honor of mother, if nothing more...

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 May 1911

THE IIAYTI HERALD W'M. YOWIv. 'ulilishcd Weekly, on Thursdays. $1.U0 n Year in Advance. Kntercd iiH Hecond-clnHH matter Oct. to, 1II0S, at tho pontolliee nt ITnyti, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1871). IIayti, MlHHOl'Ul. GOOD ROADS. Much lias boon suid and is bo- quired to comply with tho lnw. ! thrown in this country was fr Lot every one got busy at once the hand of one of thorn? T om hat thick, becoming thicker and stronger after each sprinkling and can only be removed by pry- and give their promises a goner- nearly all anarchists, every dis ing up in largo Hakes. Oil is at al cleaning up, so that, when the turbor in labor affairs, is some its best on sandy oil. health officers come around to one who was born in some other A method that has proven make their inspection you can country, and who has taken up1 highly satisfactory in this coun- point with pride to tho fact that his home here? The more one jj ty is silica. This has boon put you ha've enough self-estimation sees of thi...

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 May 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL.3. IIAYTT, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 11,1011. NO. 27. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Atlee .luekson, of tlit1 li nil of Culpepper & Jackson, attended to business at Dooring I'Yiday. Mrs. 1). Sinithorinan, one of our bust fanning ladies, came in Saturday and renewed the family subscription. Drs. Johnson and Mayes, ac companied by Len heller and F.dgar Xunn. automobiled over to Caruthersville Friday. J. M. Argo wont down to Steele Thursday night to asi.st in installing tin? order of the Daughters of Kebeeca. John and Steve Spencer of Paragould, Ark., came over Sun day to attend the funeral of the little child of Mr. Mrs. Ed Uotcher. Engineer .1. 11. Sheppard of Kennett was hero Saturday. looking alter his property. He is having another residence erected on his lots, which is now Hearing completion. K. L. Victor and Miss Susan McGinnis wore united in mar riage Sunday night at the Meth odist parsonage, Kev. McC'orkle ofliciating. Ed Gotcher happened to a very painful accide...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 May 1911

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 May 1911

LOCAL AND PER5QNAL.I Reotl PotatouH at DO eoiitu per biiHh- ' business at, Cnrnthernvillo Mon- el, ut Averill'a Store. 19t ' tl'iv ..Judge V. V. Tarkinston took VVe want all the Cft-tfs and Liitlor wo ' tho sights ut Caruthorvillo .cimKOt. Hest price, cash or trade. Garden aoed, at AvcmIII'b Sto.re. Jlltf Ditf Himl was out from vCa ruthersville Monday. .1. S. Wahl is having tho Iluyti Storage und residence painted. W. Prank Klingensmith of Concord was in the city Saturday. in Friday. Sunders Rros. L'ltf Dr. A. M. Nix of Maiden at- .las. 8. Wahl of Caruthersvillo tended to business in Hayti Pri- attended to business in Hayti day. Monday. Es(. P. M. Gwin attended to1 Harry Henderson and family TO OUR CUSTOMERS The fire of Sunday, April 30, which destroyed our planing mill and box factory only burned a comparatively small amount of dressed lumber. We have a large stock on hand, and are in a position to take care of your oders for flooring, ceiling, siding, finish, doors and windows, bu...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 May 1911

., f 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. '-VjIWaOul AjtU-J&jtU.&jtA&jfajthjCU.JH&.jlUJltA.'V' WAJJOA JDijfcJU.J)ijtjeyJtL&Jlg FURNITURE Carpets Mattings Art Squares Rugs Doors "Windows Screen Doors I A brand new line of brand new goods, from the best mar kets, at the best prices, just the things you want in the spring time for housecleaning and re furnising. Articles too numer ous to mention. Just come and inspect our magnificent line. MANY OTHER LINES Our store is complete. A complete dry ioods line. The largest shoe store in town. All kinds of furnish ings and notions Hardware, groceries, farming implements and tools, fencing, etc. Don't be mislead into going elsewhere and paying higher prices. A visit to our store and an inspection of our goods and prices will convince you that we are right. B &stfP B HAYTI, ORRIS MISSOURI On last Saturday ceitm the held .it tin Methodist church death anel isited the home (it Sund.i.N afternoon, ,md the little .Mr. and Air,. V. K. Gotoh...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 May 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 18,1911. NO. 28. NEW FRISCO DEPOTS. J. R Pyoatt. Supt., C. II. C'liii borne, Asst.. Supt. unci .J. S. Lain b i , Komi Must(.r, of CliatToo, wuro in Hayti Mondtiy, interview nig our town dads and business mt'ii as to tin1 proper site for the new depot, and to see what the city would do toward securing the additional ground necessary to accoinniodatc the new build ings, which are to cost Si "2,000. and are to be modern in every particular. It is clearly evident that the Frisco intends dohitf the right thing and that if they are treated right and the city of Hayti will meet them on half-way ground they will put up some buildings to the pride? and lienor of the town. The greatest trouble seems to be on account of the New Mad rid Banking Company, who hap pen to own a small triangular corner of a lot in front, of where the old dept stood, worth com paratively nothing and which the Frisco should rightfully own and has always desired,...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 May 1911

paKi J THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. yohic. 'ublisheil Weekly, on Thur.sdu.VR. 81.00 a Year in Advance. Kntereri ns Hecond-clnHS mutter Oct. ;?0, 1909, t tho poBtollluo nt Havti, Mo., under tho act. of Muroh 3. 1871). Hayti, Missouri. SUNSHINE BABIES. Tho Memphis Commercial Ap peal rightly say.s: It was Jean Paul who once beautifully said of children, "the smallest are near est God, as the smallest planets are nearest the sun." This is the season when babies grow. The afternoons are filled vith warm, life-giving sunshine and the out of doors offer air and exercise. Let these small members of society who are nearest to God go out and drink the tonic of na ture, the air which makes strong weak lungs, which makes sturdy weak limbs. Keep the babies in the sun shine. It brings health. Keep the children out of doors. Do not let them mope in the house. Let them roll in the grass and pick the wild flowers. Let them make clover chains and dance, like motes, in the sunshine. It will mean much in later...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 May 1911

r-HirnQtyvrvy fyyyifFs LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Uurdon oucd, at Avuilll'u Store. 19tf Mrs. Frank Cranford wtis tak en seriously ill Sulurduy night. Seed Potatoes at 90 eentti per bimh el, ut Avcrlll'a Store, l'llf Miss Letitia McFarlaml visited I in Caruthersvillu from Friday to ' Sunday. The beBt mul newest stylos In la dies' Bprlng mid summer neckwenr. J. L. Uorrla. 17if John I. Stephens of Cape Gir ardeau visited homefollcs Sun day. Judge Asa Green of Caruthers ville was in Hayti Saturday night to attend the Mason's meeting. Just received, our spring lino of ginghams, chambniy anil perenle UretiBgoodB. .1. L. Dorrlu. 171 f Mrs. W. B. Gordon left for Kennett last Thursday, where she will spend several d-'.ys visit ing her mother, Mrs. N. New by. A. J. Wheeler, one of the hust ling farmers on the Alfalfa Farm, attended to business in Ilayti Thursday and renewed his sub scription. Judge W. W. Tarkinglon has ordered the Herald sent to Miss Floyllateher. Cairo, 111., This makes the fourth ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 May 1911

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 May 1911

iMmWS if. 1.1 t .: s 1A ''. '., Jtr -i .--f.f' Z .'?'' I .-.: .. i : KyiiJ"S . - . ft--. u -tl I H' I M1 SSwA Read About It In the Paper3 Prove It In Our Stores And Then On Your Feet THAT'S the way we sell BURROJAPS Shoes. They look good in the ads. They look better in our stores. They prove best on your feet. '' You will say they look good to you when you set your eyes on the 60 some models of BURROJAPS we are showing You will believe that they will make good after you read the BURROJAPSGuarantee. You will know that they have made good after you have worn a pair, or you get a new pair FREE, as set forth in the BURROJAPS Guarantee. "in the event that the uppers in a pair of 'Burrojaps' Guaranteed Shoes should break through before the sole wears through, we authorize Mu;grave & Mason to replace them with a new pair FREE "BURT & PACKARD, Inc., Brockton, Mass." and . i . " Every BURROJAPS Shoe is equipped with a TITE-OKE Sole. Know what a TITE-OKE Sole is? You will after you ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 May 1911

ITT ..,. ... ,.,, ..,. -.. .. i t !" ' "in " '!' ' "-J""".. I . T :1 if1 i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. l-JiVjCkjajl ti'A,A'a'ji0a,a 1 FURNITURE Carpets Mattings Art Squares Rugs Doors Windows Screen Doors i i i i A brand new line of brand new goods, from the best mar kets, at the best prices, just the things you want in the spring time for housecleaning and re furnising. Articles too numer ous to mention. Just come and inspect our magnificent line. MANY OTHER LINES Our store is complete. A complete dry goods line. The largest shoe store in town. All kinds of furnish ings and notions Hardware, groceries, farming implements and tools, fencing, etc. Don't be mislead into going elsewhere and paying higher prices. A visit to our store and an inspection of our goods and prices will convince you that we are right. Mrs. J?ov. I. Q. MeCorkle has been seriously ill this week. Miss Belle North is visiting at Blythovillo. Ark., this week. Attorney Von Mtiycs has been attending to legal business at Caru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 May 1911

'i THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 2 5,1911. NO. 29. NEED NEW ORDINACES. A CENTURY AGO. BRICK BUILDINGS. PEACE IN MEXICO. GOD'S ANGELS. 'EDUCATIONAL. ByU S STEAHNa Supt Set oo The now liuv on the apportion ment of public school funds is us follows, and takes effect Sep tember 1, 131 1 : Kor each teacher employed, provided that in any district in which the average daily attend ance is less than IT) pupils, only $'27i is apportioned, and to every , teacher whose salary is $1000 or more a year, S100 is apportioned. This takes about one-half of the school fund. The remainder of the school iund is apportioned on the total number of days at tendance. The amount for this year would have been about S.01 1 for each day's attendance. Ln general, a district can determine approximately what it will et under this hnv by counting SstO for each teacher employed and S.OI 1 i'or each day's attendance by all the pupils of the district. Some things that this new law will accom...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 May 1911

WftflWpilPMlHIUIUJIIIHIIJ i.uyim I iisniai .. -.-r. nJMWWIWHIIWriaT'''l'''lWWi' jMMdWBMtpiKwwMiwito J I fl M THE HAYTI II ERALD Pubijsiikii EvmiY Thukbday, By William Yoiik, Emtoii and Plui. thumb or suniomraoN: $1.00 a y:ar, cash in advanck kktkkbi) at Tin: roHTomoi:, iiayti, OITIcp In City Hall, Sontlnvppt Koom, RAISING TUB MAINE. It i now more than thirteen years since that ill-starred ves sel, the Maine, went down in Ha vunii harbor. More than a year i ago congress made an appropria tion to have it raised. Some thing like $:500,000 was originally set aside for the purpose, and this has been added to as the work progressed. So little has been said about the work that the public has in a measure lost sight of and inter est in it. Raising the Maine has come to have something of the significence as the old cry of "wolf." Therefore there is real news value in the announcement that the work is Hearing comple tion and the old ship will actually be brought into the sunlight in the very ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 May 1911

LOCALAND Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Subscribe, for the lluyti Herald. Garilon seed, at Avurlll'a Store. IHtf Curmol, duughter of Mr. uiid Mrs. Bob Pophiun, is real ill this week. Sued 1'otatoea at 90 cents per bush el, at Averill's Storu. IHtf W. R. Mtossoy of Wolf Bayou attended to business in Uuyti Friday. Cold boiled liu.ui and hum -sandwich ut the Candy Kitchen. It Mrs. A. .J. Famuli of Cape Gir ardeau is here on a visit to her son, L. C. Averill. Hrick cheese and brick cheese sand wich at the Cand Kitchen. It The west end of the concrete walk on the north side of the square has been completed. If you don't see it in tho Herald it is because you did not tell us. F. M. Perkins and wife visited in Caruthorsville and attended to business Friday. Tho bent and newest Btylrs in la dies' spring and summer neckwear. J, L. DorriB. 17ir Mary, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hutson, has been very ill for several days. JiiBt received, our spring lino of gi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 May 1911

SrffvyTSfftrL'1 - fiy:1!'' jjZ!-SI uruiiiTnvf ' f ' 1-' LOCAL AND PERSONAL. J&.aVj4VjOu! TW ttU. A tV rfh ifW A A th jflc.jtV ilV fVi jgWjQutVjfH rffc rfV rfV jfW jV jQutVW jtkjQ.ja.jflk.jfc,jtWjtVjO. jV 1 FURNITURE Carpets Mattings Art Squares Rugs Doors Windows Screen Doors A brand new line of brand new goods, from the best mar kets, at the best prices, just the things you want in the spring time for housecleaning and re furnising. Articles too numer ous to mention. Just come and inspect our magnificent line. MANY OTHER LINES Our store is complete. A complete dry &oods line. The largest shoe store in town. All kinds of furnish ings and notions Hardware, groceries, farming implements and tools, fencing, etc. Don't be mislead into going elsewhere and paying higher prices. A visit to our store and an inspection of our goods and prices will convince you that we are right. I HAVTI, MISSOURI 1 H. B. McClure, of the United! E. S T)avN of Stanley was m States Alfiilfn Drying Stati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 June 1911

1 I I Ei I I JHk ill I Em llM Im Wmw VOL. 3. I1AYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 1,1911. 3ST0. 30. JOURNALISM. NATURE'S JOKE. OUR SUBSCRIBERS. .lournulisni is indeed u funny business; there's no other in1 the world like it. lawyers doctors, mere-hunts, meehtmies and un skilled laborers all liave their holes, but there is no plaee for the editor to lay his head. When he is in trouble he lias no hole. I Alter the smoke of battle has e lea reel away, after the spring' election is over, the doctor tfoes back to his pills and no one seems to bother him again; the lawyer1 i slips into eoiu-t and what he said is forgotten; the other classes i and conditions of men fade into i the backgrounds and become part of the landscape. But the editor sticks up like a sore too in the high wind. What he said and what they thought he said and what he should have said and never said and what he might have said, but didn't, assume a historic impor tance, and men lay awake nights bating his infernal arraignme...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 June 1911

&mU tmMM fcwwwwm.nw 9&uMrittmtjmww0 f cnyMwvfcwur n.wrtv " rJj,"W'WirtwM THE HAYTI HERALD PUDUSIIHD EVEHY THURSDAY, BY WILLIAM YOKK, EDITOR AND PUB. TKltMH OP SUBSCIUPTION: 81.00 A YKAR, CASH IN ADVANCE BNTERRI) AT THE rOSTOKPICE, HAYTI, MI8SOUIU, AS SECOND CLASS MATTKK Ofllce In City Hall, Southwest Room, Hayti, Pemiscot County, Missouri "TAINTED MONEY." laws. Our advertising space is our stock in trade and is for side, just the same as the merchant's In our humble opinion, money is monev. and no mutter through whose hands a dollar has passed dry goods, meat, sugar and cof- ! where it has been, the stamp, fee. Do people object to the of the United States of America makes it good to us. Money honestly and honorably earned or received cannot be tainted. Some neonle complain when merchant selling goods to the saloon man, the doctor for treat ing him, or the railroads for hauling his freight? Why single out the newspaper as the only one who cannot have legitimate We regret to o...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 1 June 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Garden need, at Avorill'a .Store, isttf tho vacation at homo. Wuyiif LniMdun of Osceola, Wantkd: Somo ono to cut Ark., was in Ilayti last week. ' the weeds on Woodlawn ceme tery, on all lots, sold and unsold. W. K. Skinner iH'W subscribers isanivjii our Apply at Herald ofiic tf (Jlreeinvell, at Canady, has re turned home. The Peoples Furniture Co. of Caruthersville, who are always dohitf the right thing at the right, time, have our thanks for the prompt renewal of their sub scription. Last week Judge W. W. 'Park ington ordered the Herald sent iH'WSUUHcrmeis. , lo .Judge Jesse Thompson at Por- Heed Potatoes a. i..w..iitM per bum,- )' Wler, the popular d , r(n.m whieh makes th' fifth el at Averill'a stun1. Huf gentlemanly saloon man ol (.a- . . , . . . , ' a ' , ... , ,i- paper Judge Tarkiugton is send- ., ,,. ,,. i i ,. i , i ruthersville, lias renewed Ins , .,., i i i Uoo. . N ebb ol Hraggatlocio . . ' ing...

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. — 1 June 1911

&ltf&IVH ! i'M'IHB.milnmrFT 4pi'in)lJ 'HI" ,gjujjuiMifttVjdwmrrf,rV1''t'"rrt'VrfJ'rT'' "'-"'"'"'"firln'"'"" - vfllWl ' LOCAL Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers &.Jk.Ji.J during election time, and when the election is out they have no. further use for the newspaper. Dr. ,1. f. ('rider received a telegram fi'om Citrrollton, (In., on Wednesday of lust week, in- D. C Stubbs has been critical ly ill this week. Dr. T. .1. Trautmann went up to St. Louis Sunday night, to at tend to business. Tlnn. A. L. Oliver nnd Dr. G. i W. Phipps were out from Caruth- ,f,n,,inK lliln ,,r lh" s"riuUs in" ursville Tuesday. in,-s "f his ralh,,,, hut ,ll(- duc,m' , was ill ang could not ijo. Sheriff J. A. Franklin of Ca- at hersville attended to business ' i Clyde Mitchell. U. S. . n,i ,.iv M,wi,,v. i otennary Inspector at the Jmi- Cii- Mr. and Mrs. Swinney of 'iithersville visiud Mrs. S. L. 1 ate.s and family Sunday. Miss Letitia McFarland is on 'he textbook committee, to sele...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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