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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 June 1911

"W? rivffr'vwimA THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. J3. HARVEST OF DEATH. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Lowor.v litivo tlic s.vmjjiiili.v if the on tiro community in the terrible toll of death, tiilcon from their family since April !l. rour 01 meir c nu i'en mv IIAYTf, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 8,1911. KILLING AT GAME.,1 Ln ii l'ree-foi-.iill liht at Giijtte LIGHTS AND TILING. At, the moetinir of the eitv council Monday niht, all other lust Saturday, E. R. Nichols re business was laid over to consid-jceivod 1 1 Icnife wounds, from th" erthepropositionol li-htinj-aud effect of which he died Siimftv w.......uW ,i. uiwn. ine uica s ,,101-11 nu-. R,t ,1 i i,..,w.i... NO. 31. ,.,.,,, .... , , " '-"mum v iiitiiuiHr, iiieius. ev oxnocfc to liave ; ,i; J"' '".v -l mv th, umM.r Nl,l,Is' Mml ., was1 plenty , eat and amusom Dlillll. illHl I cdimrnl tin. u .... ...:ii. i.: .1 .. M. W. A. BIG DAY, JULY 4.! PRINCIPAL ELECTED. The Modern Woodmen of! At its mooting Thursday niht America are preparing for a big the school ...

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. — 8 June 1911

3 MuU I & ffipiawU ! U1J ,. ,,.. THE HAYTI HERALD PUDUSHRI) EVKRV THURSDAY, BY WlIXIAM YOIIK, EDITOR AND Pl'Il. TEUMS OK Sl'ltSClUl'TlON: 81.00 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCH ENTKIIKD AT THE I'OHTOKKH'E, HAYTI, MISSOl'RI. AS HEOOND CLASS MATTER Ofllco in City Hall, Southwest Room, Hnyti, Pemiscot County, Missouri THE MAN" AT THE BOTTOM. There is ;i great deal of inler- i st in the man at tlio top and a irreat deal has been said about iiin. carry a load, if he ever ets up and must Utterly hurl his adver saries from him. Many who happen to misfortune could easily Saint , sinner or thief, he i viso again, if let alone and given , s "it," and it makes little differ ence to the world. Rut the man at the. bottom is a i liferent proposition and a whole iot of it, and if he ever gets up, it will be against great odds. The man nt the bottom must Mrmly contend every inch of the way up he must force his way y sheer determination and his .ombats with the world must be N a finish. lie must have a 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. — 8 June 1911

Mf)promrt' JLOCAL Many "Tilings1 Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers i Dciujjhiss Mine-; ut t1I1'" iiiv, viithcrsvillp Monday. I). C. Stuulis is still seriously i .1. M. Aro iittcndcd to husi- I, 'nossnt C'anithorsvillc Monday. i .Johnnie Don-is was in Kuiini'tt I Tlu Kred Morgan bride is now last Sunday. far advanced on the second story, Dig Hazel of Caruthcrsville an toinobiled out to Hayti Wednes day evening. Duncan Downing of Chaffee was in Hayti Sunday and Mon- day. Capt. li. F. Allen did some nice improving on his City Hotel last wcelc. Mrs. Frank Owin left Thurs- Sheriff Franklin came out from Caruthersville last Thursday and attached some whiskey from the Bailey saloon. J. S. Wnlil, the cold drink man ufacturer of Caruthersville, at tended to business in this city Thursday. Wantkd: Some one to cull the weeds on Woodlawn ceine- ilni itLnHTiiuir In viit ti.il.ilil'ikw 111. ....111..... .1.1 .1 ........1.1 lllit ,, , , , ,,,, ... ... JtU lvtiiihull lliuiui l'nr Sal.- !oo....

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 8 June 1911

t.TttiU iilffW ff' ftfri wimMiiiMiitwiuwujjfcJW.iliSjf "tOTBfrW M'Hl" -"I" -rmt 1X2 MiW'nw)"''""WiMB i VMmiirrri 11 n m nvM-r n fi ViT'llrnmwfMmniM r (utitn nnfywww b LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers vv Andy Shaw went to Memphis Thursday and returned Friday. Jesse Young of Portagoville is hereon a visit to his sister, Mrs. Henry Ransburgh. Miss Mildred Davis of Sto. (u'nevieve, Mo., lias been elected ;ssistant principal of the Hayti school. Sebastian Poplmni of Cape Girardeau is looking after in surance business in this county "his week. H. S. Stearns has been in Jef ferson City several days, attend ing a meeting of the county school superintendents. Mrs Carrie Baldwin of Kon nett, who is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. V. Mayes, has been ill several days. Everton Specr, one of Brag gadocio's progressive farmers, it tended to business in this city Saturday. Rev. (1. M. Bi'oolcs returned 1 ist week from a two weeks vis it to his daughte...

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. — 15 June 1911

"fiWKF THE HAYTI HERALDi VOL. 3. IIAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1911. NO. 32. FIRE AT KENNETT. Tho round house and machine shops of tho St. Louis, Konnetl and Southeastern railrojid, locat ed north of the depot of that road, burned, Tuesday niht, be tween (J:30 and 10 o'clock. Des troyed entirely, with the build ing was a passanger coach, that was being overhauled, the sUtun shovel and car that carried it, a freight car and a lot of car tim ber. The cab of a narrow-guage engine was burned off, the ma chine shop fixtures and tools, a gasoline engine and pump, and I other property was severely damaged by the lire. The engine was hauled out by another en gine, and can bo repaired. Some of the machinery uuu be put in working order. S. M Kisser, the night watch man, was tilling the gasoline en gine tank with gasoline, when the explosion occured. Ife says that his lantern was fully lifteen feet from him. and that he does not know what caused the ex plosion. He had put in one quart o...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 June 1911

X -K-.xiAf VfcT- 1.-- .a1jhtfhtt.Wrf ., JX v.'BWv .-ATS- aMrJtr a- I " .... .K- THE HAYTI HERALD Published Every Thursday, By William York, Editor and Pun. tkrmh or sunscniPTioN: 81.00 a year, cash in advance RNTRIIKD AT THE POsrOFFlCU, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OIIlco in City Hall, Southwest Itoom, Hnyti, Pemiscot County, Missouri Alulmron coal foru1n nil the lime nnd promptly delivered to any part in jour neighborhood instead ol a , and that the dute of jour Mibscrip-' of the uity. TeruiH positively CASH gressional Record is published r n ' ' , , . . . ' , follows deserve unu sunt, out 10 imorm me people. LET THE PEOPLE KNOW, .lustat the present time the city has undertaken a very im. The State Legislature does the portant nv.itter nnd one that has I same. The people should know long been neglected, that of re-! the laws under which they are to vising and printing the city ordinances. The last revision was in 1003, and since then the records have become in such a con...

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. — 15 June 1911

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Wilson Oiiskins of Iliirrisbui-tf, 111., is here on u visit. Airs. R M. Gwin roluniutl from Memphis lust wouk. Win. Halo, who 1ms been quite ill, is now able to be up. Douglass shoes sit Averill's Store. Dry goods, laces and embroideries ' chop. at Avurui's bio re. W. I. Oatos of Cape Girardcaii is on the honor roll of our sub scription list. $!)0 Kimball Orjfan For Sale-Good as new. Quick sate $.17. ol). On dis play at Chlstn Hrown's Hotelier 10tf .lohn T. Stephens was down from Cape Girardeau Friday. D. C. Stubbs, who has been very low, is reported a little bet ter. Drs. Hud'ms and Crowe and Tom Alvey were in Hayti Friday niht. Atlee .lackson attended to bus iness at Deerinon Tui'sday of Sam Law went to Kennett last, last week. Sunday and returned Monday. Albert Uaneline, an old citizen Herbert llobson of Pascola at tended to business in Hayti Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Morris and family are now making t...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 June 1911

-it KIffc-MUlP. , ,r i. - i I i iihi ! tulill I' i i i ip i ii i I. .rmriniuLiJL-i" .JLl luumjjIJJjJuIijIULUIIM 1 1 II 1 r.ir.',! ".. ,mf wMmivKvrtrrr'rvr-:'a'1- "-rr -,..,- , n ymwisaivLiMMxymmm ! ! ii i' , LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Rev. (j. M. Brooks is among .ur latest subscribers. J. C. Goad has sold the depot estaurant to Mit lVh('i Dr. R. S. Keirse.v of Dragga flocio was in this city Friday. Lawyer L. L. Collins of Cn ruthersville nttonded to business in Hayti Tuesday. Desirable KoitU'iu'i- Property for Sale Two lots tiiid nice residence, niuir school. Bargain sit $1,000. . all ut Herald otllcc. Cili-lf Miss Martha West of Rennet t, while on her way to Columbia, stopped off to visit her friend, IvIissAddie Dickson, Thursday. Ancil Meat's was up from Blytheville Monday and was ac companied home by little An drew Dorris. M rs. T. J. Own well of Cunn- dy has been spending some time with her son's wife, Mrs. Leo Grceivwell. Misses Evola Barrett and Wil lie Harkey. two popular young ladi...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 June 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911. NO. 33. jj SCHOOL BONDS BURNED. Last Tuesday night, nt the north door of the city hull, the school board, in the presence of three witnesses, Drs. J. W. Johnson and R A. Mayes, and Win. York, had a very interest ing bon-fire by burning $0325 cancelled school bonds, $1200 be ing the old frame building bonds 189G to 1900, and $3125 being the balance of the bonds for the new building. This wiped out the bonded indebtedness against the Hayti school district. But in or der to do this the board had to borrow 1,4139.74 for which they made refunding bonds for one year and used $250 from the in cidental fund. The amount paid on bonds and interest this year was $512."). The fact that the bonds are paid does not mean, however, that we are released from taxation this year, for we shall still have to pay the usual amount of taxes, this year, to take up the refunding bond. The bonds were for 10 and 20 years. They are 10 years old ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 June 1911

r "t7m'"'" V ' - f M -y"T" JjwirWtWfr "tWW . ! ! ! HERALD Wm. YORK. Published Weekly, on Thursdays 81.00 a Year in Advance. Entered ns second-class mutter Oct. 30, 1908, at the postonioo nt Hnytl, Mo., under the act of Mnrch 3, 1870. H.VYTI, Missouki. Why docs not the city lit out respectable ollices for its courts and officers. "We have two city halls, one costing about $700 and the other 10,000, but not a re spectable or decent office for any kind of city business. Fre quently the marshal and collec tor and city attorney have to (put, abandon and leave their work, to make room for justice courts or to get out of the way of idlers and loafers. In fact, it is sel dom that any business can be transacted in the present small office with any degree of com fort or pleasure. The thing to do is to convert the present office room into a room exclus ively for city officers, where all business matters can be tran sacted and the records kept. mi. i. a t i . nit- next room, vacated oy tne post...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 June 1911

1 3&-rW-" iff 1 tt ''4 I1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Douglass shoes at Averill's Store. Will Jones of Senuth was ti vis itor in Hayti last week. J. S. Sturm ha.s spent several days at home this week. Dry goods, luces and .embroideries at Averill's Store. Miss Violet Edsall and Walter Phillipps of Braggadocio were in our city Friday. Sheriff Franklin of Caruthors ville attended to business in Hay ti Saturday. SUO Kimball Organ For Sale-Good as new. Quick sale M7.n0. On dis play at Chism & Brown's Butcher shop. "Wtf Hon. C. P. Hawkins of Kennel t visit her daughter, Mrs. Jettie passed through town Sunday, on Sturm. his way to Cape Girardeau. Our idea of the highest human luxury is a chance to get tired sitting around the house all day. Desirable Residence Property for Sale Two lots and nice residence, near school. Bargain at $1,000. Call at Herald olllee. 32-tf Mrs. D. J. Heard and children of Cape Girardeau came down last week to visit friends and re latives. Wanted: Soiup one to cu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 June 1911

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 June 1911

'mryiVfiS!W ' BIG ELEBRATION SALE . ill ,'Br 1 )K I J ESTABLISHING A PHENOMENAL SELLING RECORD SATURDAY, JUNE 24 Starts one of the greatest sales ever put on. Take our prices and compare them with every-day prices and see what a great saving you will make by coming to this sale. Do not forget the dates. Read every line. We have cut the prices so they are within the reach of all. None need stay away, think ing the price is too high or the quality too cheap. The goods we put on sale are the same goods we sell every day and we guarantee satisfaction. We are putting out every effort to make this our banner month and have not spared the bargain knife from anything in our store. We can only mention a part of the many bargains we have, but we have everything displayed in our store so that any one can see what they are buying. Send your dollars to the right place. Make them do double duty for a few days. We make it possible. Do not delay. Be one of the first and get the best that is going. ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 June 1911

" V V w- f.jinini nw-t imnpiiwigr: ::wqiygS&qftM mr-Jgw.uW ,- wmmun-.i n,, wv m.V'w - --clsy-n:'m''m aii ai i n''M mi '!)? ;i i ! ii I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. A. Hoge 1ms renewed her subscription. Spencer & Stubbs hitve just ordered u line and up-to-date line of hats. It John Chism handed us ti dol lar this week, and his name is on our paid list. Willis Young, one of our most progressive farmers", had cotton blooms on the Hlth. J. W. Horner has renewed his subscription. Mrs. George Curtner and children of Braggadocio were in town Saturday. O. T. Martin is among our re newal subscribers. Riley orton of Braggadocio at tended to business in this city Saturday. W. It. Skinner is among our paid subscribers. Adolph Schnffor of Oran, great keeper of wampum for the I. O. K. M., was at llayti and Pascola last week, in the interest of the order. Mrs. .7. E. Morris is among our renewal subscribers. .1. S. Edwards of Pascola was in town Wednesday, and gave us an order for printing some...

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. — 29 June 1911

'f'fWWpWII'1' THE HAYTI HERALD. r"" Wiz . ir VOL. 3. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911. NO. 3-L JULY 4th AT HAYTI. The Modern Woodmen of America htive prepared to give a big barbecue and many inter esting entertainments for the day, and expect to have every thing arranged for pleasure ami coinlort. The merchants and business men ol Uayti have donated liber ally toward the prize-, in the vari ous contests, and some valuable prizes are offered. liead the list of contests and urines, and come prepared to NEW LAWS. All laws enacted by the forty sixth general assembly of Mis- , souri and approved by the gover nor, except those which carried emergency clauses or those for which some specific date on which they become operative was lixeil, went into effect June ID. There was one important measure of the last class passed, the new automobile speed and li cense law, whice goes into effect August 1. The time of laws be coming operative is fixed by a win one. If jou don't want to consti...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 June 1911

ii wu4fiyiiviiiii;imjumwj "' -jj.mr---- t i-f r -.."""""""- .-iiwvt-wti'iijMiiai-iiniii.itniiTiiMrirtWiihiMiiiMiirwriwin i iinmi wnnniiiiniiiiwiii'i mm Mm mi i " - f - v VtTWT-rfBrT-r ' J.-!-,-. . 3 'r1 Mrs. .T. H. (Kd) Adums has the agency for the hook: "Kltfht'.nj,' the Tralllc in Younjr Girls, or War on tho White Slave Trade." This is a book thai should he rend b every mother anil father, and by every person who has and feels an intercut in lniiminltu When thej call on nu to .'et oiir order, you should at least inspect it and read a few pages. ;i2-tf T H E HAY T I HERA LjD Published Kvkiiy Thursday, By William York, Kditor and Pun. FROFeSSIONAL- CARDS TniiMH ok sunsoninioN: ai.oo A ykaii, jahii in advanck kntkkud at tub postokkiok, hayti, mihsouki. as hi:coni class mattkr Olnco in City Hull, NouthvveHt Room, Hayti, PemiHcot (Totintv, Missouri It. C. CKESSWKLL Dentist All Kinds of Dental Work Neatly Executed Crown and Brldgework a Specialty Hayti, ... Missouri T. J. TRAUTMANN Phys...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 June 1911

I? ft m le l$ SPEND THE 4 JULY 4 AT HAYTI The Modern Woodmen are preparing one of the best programs ever put on in this county- and they never do things by halves. If you want to be in the biggest crowd and spend a pleasant day come to Hay ti on the 4th of July. There will be plenty to eat for all Watch for the big bills today. IWIh WW i j.iiiMi"U"".lLM.m jSfr The Heights at the Top are always commanded by those who produce the best. Over fifty years of continued QsassSiiy and PcnrM? made " The Bid EeisaMe9' Budweiser the unchallenged King of All Bottled Beers. Its world wide reputation is due to its thorough ageing, mildness and exquisite taste which helped to win its Popularity Everywhere Bottled only at the Antietaser-Busch Brewery St. Louis, Mo. AT YOUK REQUEST Wc Will Gladly Furnish Namt of Our Distributor Nearest You. M ONLY One horse is best. One man is best, One kind of wool is best. cultivator is bestwhich is it? What cultivator is actually the best? savtheOLIVKU. So sav th...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 June 1911

' fr ' ',V$n -Tlr--f ftppRJOVTf'f"' PnKW9WfrrsVf7i"3Wr . T"lp-JEP' -,! y rf w miv lr;wwHiif7r'Tgaii,'iiiiynyn"iif i i vf n""-! s"'' IKhMljllMII lj Irf HWI qililij HHIiIMIlHIWlIHlMlt f wiyiHjpiWHwmiM'WnMnl WMrtWHI mm iihii .'i m i m jyi t m.i ijuHj inn LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Esq. Sum White, a justice of the peace and one of the pro gressiva farmers of Braggadocio, attended to business in Hayti Wednesday, and renewed his subscription to the Herald. Harry W. Schnh of Cairo was in Hayti the other day, accom panying Geo. Wichert, salesman for the Schuh Drug Co. While here Mr. Schuh visited his old friend, L. L. Leller, and will re turn shortly foi a fishing outing. We make mistakes; so do you. We try to correct our mistakes; do you':' But we seldom make Lttffttf ffs-ttre-tetfff-ttt-sfff-ftc-fc-s-fft-ffc-f-fjrf-tc-f-ftf-ett SPENCER & STUBSS A Brand New Store DRY GOODS Dress poods, laces, cmhroiil- urii't,, insertions, ribbons and notions. Shirts Ml the latest and best st les, and collars...

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. — 29 June 1911

SUPPLEMENT TO THE HAYTI HERAL HAYTI, MISSOURI, JUNE 29, 1911. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Little Ernest Letter has been ill this week. Dr. J. G. Cricler was in Ca ruthersville Monday. Mrs. A. J. Fiigan of Cape Gir ardeau, who is visiting friends and relatives in this county, came out from Caruthersville Monday, on a visit to her son, L. C. Ave rill. Mr. and Mrs. Dunmirf of Kennett and granddaugh ter, Clara, passed through Hayti Monday, on their way to Memphis. They will return Thursday, and stop for a short visit with L. L. Lefler and family. Mrs. Carrie Trainor and little daughter, who have been visiting friends and relatives in this city for several days, returned to their home at Piggott, Ark., Monr.ay, accompanied by Mr. Trainor. Sheriff Chip Franklin came out from Caruthersville Saturday to sell some deed of trust property. He was accompanied by Dr. Bu ger of St. Louis, who is down on a lishing expedition, and is one of the best and liveliest fellows you ever met. Now is a pood time to...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 June 1911
Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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