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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 February 1909

I 'M-44-M -M ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST A WORD OF WARNING TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS t Gathered at Random from Random Sources Seed potatoes tit Avorill's, Mrs. C. Shell was ill last week. Blount'a plows at Avorlll's. Ham Getting is ill of pneumonia. Coal oil 12c a gallon at Averlll'n. Mrs. FrunkC'ranford is 111 this week. Fresh fish, at the Frisco restaurant. Kolla Gotcher is ill of haeinaturia. The Frisco restaurant lias fresh fish. Charlie Spencer's little girl U quite ill. Mrs. J. C. t'hilders is on the sick li-.t. Onion sets .'(."(' u gallon, at L. ('. Averill's. KiiT .lames Powell's lml i. is ill of pneu monia. Got some fresh Hah at the Frisco restaurant. Newt Adams' little bot is quite ill of pneumonia. Krank Johnson was here from Terr.x Saturday. Mrs. Julius Thomas died at Black Island Sunda. Lansing HetlN of l'aseola was in Ilajti Tuesday. Highest cash price paid for furs. Huyti Livery Stable. 7tf Miss Carrie Richmond went to Ken- nett Saturday. John Meatte of I'ortageville ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 February 1909

I rj i i THE HAYTI HERALD $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. HAYTI, : : : : : MISSOURI. THE NEWS IN Itltlti A GENERAL SUMMARY OF IMPOR TANT NEWS OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALL OVER. Suicide clubs arc the fail in high tociety circles in St J'ctersuurg. The lumber interests are main taining a powerful lobby at Wash ington. Nearly two hundred men were en tombed by an explosion in a coal mine in England. President-elect Taft has fixed the date for the extra session of Con gress for March ir. Hubert Ponton killed Frank Flem ing in a pistol duel in a crowded restaurant at Milton, Fla. Congre.-sman Hanwlell of Louis iana will speak at the National Tar iff Convention at Indianapolis, Intl. Uctwcen r.l00 and li.000 lives were lost in an earthquake in Per sia. -Sixty villages were destroyed. Petwccn 2.10 and T.OO lives were lost in a fire which destroyed the Flores Theater at Acapuleo, Mex ico. The Alabama Cotton Manufac turers' Asocitkm met at Birming ham to discuss the new child labor laws. The birthp...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 February 1909

) THE PROFESSIONS ID GOV IN PRESIDENT - ELECT TAR TALKS OF INFLUENCES THEY MAY EXERT. SHOWS DUTY OF THE CITIZEN Address Before the University of Penn sylvania on the Present Relation of the Learned Professions to Political Government Coupled with a Eulogy of the Life and Works of George Washington The First President's High Character as a Man. Philadelphia, Fob. 22. Hon. William II. Taft, president-elect of the United States, was the principal speaker at the exercises in the- University of Pennsylvania, commemorative of the birth of Washington. He chose for the subject of his ad dress the "Present Relations of the Learned Professions to Political Gov ernment." Ho discussed nt consider able length the inllucncc which the learned professions, in this day, have upon national and municipal govern ment. He outlined luminously the part each of the Important professions plays in a government by the people and compared their influence, one with another. In brief part, he said: "It is the du...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 February 1909

wwyvaf mnwiMmnwWMWMMWt Bvinytwwwewmkr1 li iwiiiH"""W M a i. 1 H-S h. ti I'1 ,k bl 3 1 " !' I I M Announcements for City Office Announcements in this column nro charged for nt the rate of $2,50, cash In advance.. Those who want ofllcu Hh.inld place their nnmea before the people in time for careful consideration. City Election Aran. (1, 11)00. FOK MARSHAL. S. E. Junr.N We nro authorized to announce the nunie of S. E. .J mien iih n candidate for the otlice of city utai hIiuI of the City of Hayti, subject to the action of the voters at the city elec tion, April 0, 1009. Joe Portlock is ill thin week. U. C. Stubbs was quite ill lust Mrs, week. Homer Hoffman has bought a resi dence from Lum Lellor. Luin Leller has sold one of his resi dences to L. L. Butler. .1. I. Stephens had business ut Ca ruthersville yesterday. H. S. Stearns attended to business at Cnruthersville Monday. Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store bus 3 ut put in a nice floor case. J. G. Sarins attended to legal business at Caruthers...

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. — 4 March 1909

," TIITh TT A VTT TIY7R AT tS 'J?..!." al ' s"m trt K '"V?- K VOIi. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1909. NO. 19. fii' ; i PEMISCOT OIL FIELDS Experts Have Favorable Opinion. Earthquake Zone to Give up Its Hidden Forces. Special Correspondence. Hayti, Mo., February 20. Pemiscot county is jjolnfr to bo developed for gas and oil, and home capital will do it, That Ik the decision that has leon reached within the last two or three these indications ai-cln strong evi dence, and talk with export, oil men convinces the citizens that the Held down hero is about as well dellncd as any field can bo. When these little gas wells wore mot with at different times it was believed that the up-shoot Of liamo was duo to gases thrown oil by decaying vege tation. But men familiar with the appearanco of natural jras say that is not possible, for in .several Instances the gas wells mentioned have burned One of the lakes made by the earthquake of 181 1-1 2, which was once high land. These lakes are...

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. — 4 March 1909

frwifawtiwMiaMMiEMiiiieMiWttiimw AIR LINEROOTEMWK DISHES THAT TEMPT h ' 7DLCIDQ1IDS- MI)'" HIIWTOteCSGDW RECIPES FOR TH08E FOND OF PIES AND CAKES. OWES LIFE TO Swedish Cookies, If Now, Well Worth Preparing Delicious Splco Cako Orange or Lemon In Jar Gives Flavor. Butternut Cake. Two cups flout, ono cup brown sugar, ono cup sour i ' i H . h 71 77f pmmwrati iirjhip -1 Hp cross seeron ffRan above) momis fROPELLERi OR "HELICOPTERS" Fact Is stranger than fiction. A two million dollar airship is being built for travel between New York city and St. Louis. Is the present year to see a realization of practical flight over long distances? Men with the money be lieve so and havo contracted with Louis Nixon, the ship builder, for a monster craft which is Intended to sail on the air, not on the water. This original air liner will sail, ac cording to present plans, between New York and St. Louis. Becauso of the frequency of travel between the two cities it is probable that tho route will run by C...

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. — 4 March 1909

BULLDOG GIVES UP LIFE FOR MUSTER LUMBERMAN, ACCOMPANIED BY PET, HAS DESPERATE FIGHT WITH WOLVES. CANINE DOES DEADLY WORK Frank Trathln Gives Up Work, Buys , Rlflo and Starts Out to Avenge Death of Animal by Slaugh ter of Brutes. Traverse City, Mich. Prank Trnthln of Emerson, which is 45 miles north of Nowberry, Is mourning the loss of his flno bulldog, and that mourning Is none tho less sincere becauso the dog died in tho defense of Trathln's life. Emerson Is only a small place, con sisting of six or seven houses anil a sawmill, and tho sawmill is tho ex ensef or tho village, as well as for num erous camps In tho thick woods. Toward ono of these camps Trathln started rather late ono afternoon. The bulldog always accompanied him wherever he went, and In this case it was lucky that he did. (Trathln has no love for wolves, but despised them for their cowardice, be lieving that they would not daro at tack a man in the daylight, hence he Uyok no weapon with him. After he hid gone some di...

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. — 4 March 1909

llWWmi.jMIM l , rwiiTWWTI riWM.irtt 311 &- 4 i THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. YORK. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 91.00 a Year in Advance. Entered ob second-class matter Oct. 30, 1008, at the postoflico at Hayti, Mo., under the net of March 3, 1879. Hayti, MISSOURI. THAT MAGAZINE GRAFT. Some of the people who are not post ed on such matters and who do not know thp postal laws and regulations of the United States regarding the mailing of newspapers and mugazinos, of course do not clearly understand just what we mean by terming the re cent "write-up" proposition a graft. To make this perfectly clear to everj one, and to show that wo are exactly right, we have thought it well to give the laws,and regulations of the post oltlco department, which will enable the people to guard against future oc enrron6es of this kind and protect the liaytl Herald from successful contra diction by people who are out only for the "dOugh." As a matter of course theu "maga zines'.?)" will be printed, and the pi...

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. — 4 March 1909

'M- tf444 w ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST i A WORD OF WARNING i Gathered, at Random from Random Sourcca Announcements for City Office Announcements In this column arc charged for at the rate of $2.60, cuhIi in advance. TIioho who wiOit office aliould place their names before the people in time for careful consideiation. City Ei.kction Antn. 0, 1MM). FOR MARSHAL. S. E. Judkn We are authorized to announce the name of S. E. Judeu an a candidate for the ofliee of city mat ahal of the City of Hayli, subject to the action of the voters utthe citv elec tion, April 0, 1W)9. POLICE JUDGE F. M. Gwin Wo are authorized to announce the name of F. M. Gwin ne a candidate for the office of police judge of the City of Unvti, subject to the ac tion of the voters at the city election, AprjIO, 190!). City election April (5. Seed potatoes at Averill's, Mrs. Dixie Heed is ill this week. Blount's plows at Avorill'8. Mrs. Jack Tees tor is convalescent. Coal oil 12c a gallon at Averill's. Mrs. Frank Cranford is...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 March 1909

tmmttM minimiimtt,tottwii,'itwMmUMtmt-itnmm wtiniffiOTiMfnnrtnTT - i : 1 I I t : i ni i THE HAYTI HERALD $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE HAYTI, : : : : : MISSOURI. HEWS OF THE WEEK LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD TERSELY TOLD. NORTH, EAST. SOUTH Si WEST Notes From Foreign Lands, Through out the Nation, and Particularly Tho Great Southwest. The official list of umpires of the Western league for tho coming sea son as announced Friday by "Tip" O'Neill are: John Mullen, Jack Has kell, J. M. Dugan and George Clarke. Vandyke Stoops, son of Finlay Stoops of Pittsburg, Kas., was found dead in his room late Friday. He had shot himself through the forehead. Stoops, who was 28 years old and a student at a Louisville (Ky.) busi ness college, left a note declaring that he could not live through tho shame Lis parents had cast upon his life. Tho Tennessee senate Wednesday passed the house bil to permit spar ring matches of eight rounds with six DimcQ gloves, and under direction of chartered clubs. William Smith,...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 March 1909

"r g 1 I GAVE HER DADDY AWAY. Little One'o Innocent Remark That Left tho Deacon Gasping. Every Sunday some one threy a button Into tho contribution box of the llttlo church. Tho annoyed pastor confided to his wife that ho suspected tho button thrower lo be stingy old Deacon 0., who had bo strongly op posed hl3 "call" to tho pastorate, but that he dure- not accuse him of it for lack of evidence. At a church "sociable" that week 801110 one suggested tho playing of games. Deacon G. had just partaken of oyster soup nt some ono else's ex pense and felt warmed and expansive. "Why not play 'Button, button who's got tho button?' ho inquired of waiting chlldron. "Oh, yes!" exclaimed his youngest daughter with enthusiasm. "And you lend us the button, papa!" Then she drew back, timorously. "Unless you wnnt to suvejt for next Sunday's con tribution," she ndded, considerately. ON FAITH. Fat Man Did you polish 'cm up nice? Boy Yep, look for yerself. Fat Man I'll take your word for i. CLASS THAT H...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 March 1909

kwiilW mwmywmfi&'mMMmmm:MmMmtimn rrfaAMimifMMWtSQMiMWnxMn ntniiiiirifiimmniiiTir aitiiriflTmTirmiornTTriijtfriwOTwiinivxmiTTtrnnTTim rrr-r-T "'-"" - . -, ..y,, f J4..I .n V' II f L .teurfssraifl dWtotfgfra&Ot ( I 'I 7 i t M V w n i 1 j. FRISCO IMPROVEMENTS Hayti to Have Ten-Stall Round House, Enlarged Coal Chute, Tranfer Shed and Trackage. What luis for so lonjr been looked lor Is at I nit materializing, ami Ha.vtl, the railroad center of Pendscotoountx. wi.llat hut be supplied with around hotiio and many other facilities. The round house will have ten stalli, and the grounds for same have "ulreadj been surveyed and plans are being ur ranged. The eoal ehule will be donblei' in eapaeit.x b having pocket, put n the ea-.lt.ide. Qultea lot ol new side track and iwitclies will be laid, toaccoinuio date the great number of ears which it is urn" ahnoit iuiponihle to handle, and a new freight and transfer ihed will lie built. All thii, and .some thing, not men tioned, comei u. the n...

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. — 11 March 1909

THE HA YTI HERALD 'v VOL. I. HA YTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1909. NO. 20. OR1TORICAL CONTEST ELECTION DINNER The ladles of Huytl have organizing The annual oritorical contest for the Hood ijold inedalB, given to the suc cessful boyand girl jrrudintf highest of the Caruthersville school, took jilaco at the Prosbytorian church In Caruthersville last Friday night. Al though it was a stormy night yet the house was well lllled by an apprecia tive audience, and the contest proved to be a most entertaining success. There were twelve contestants, three boys and nine girls, and to say that they all did well will be better appre ciated when we say that they average . ed better than i)0 in the grading, there being less than o difference in the six scoring the highest. The average for the girls was !.' and the boys was 88. The winner of the medal for the girls was Agatha La Forge, whose subject was "The Spinning Wheel Scene from , the Courtship of Miles Standish." ' The winner of the med...

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 March 1909

UopwmtwWiftMitf- IttwmffiflwWNi wijhwifftiriitflrfti mem irnmntnmmM mi wiaiwwiwiwmiaMWwMwMWiqft'MttH rWjUSMMaBCTijrirtMiOt 3 l i i im 5 I JL i HI yWAtWPVO C.XMX rXANKUN c VIACHI fH -r Vsl JACOB St. WCKMSQH Ml jJ SKKi fl''giflWJ; w'CKeKJM ttrmcu IV jtV " XfCHALJ st.AJ.Z.AGR-r ySCCK.STAJS.'x CSAA3t.r GZs sJcic.TA&y iuo PRESIDENT TUFTS OfflMjMILT SKETCHES OF THE NINE EMINENT MEN FORM- ING HIS CABINET. P. C. KNOX HEADS THE GROUP Pennsylvanlan Is Secretary of State Franklin MacVeagh, Chicago Mer chant, Holds the Treasury Portfo lio Jacob M. Dickinson, Tennessee Democrat, to Manage the Army Affairs of the Agricultural Depart ment Left in James Wilson's Hands. Philander Cliaso Knox of Pennsyl vania, secretin y of slato In the cab inet of President Tuft, was born at UrownsvlUe, Pa., In 1853. Ho was Kiadiiatcil from Mount Union college, Ohio, in 1872, and threo years later wab admitted to tho bar. During tho years 187G and 1S77 ho served an as sistant United Stated district attorney lor ...

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 March 1909

RATHER PAY THAN 8ERVE. ARTFUL BEGGAR. m ( m 1 3 I MOF THE TThlo day Is dear tp us. This day our rneo Itcncus Its youth the whole brond cartli n round: This dny our lovo o'erlcaps all sundering space, And homeward hlea beyond all hinder ing bound; This dny vhero'ran Irishman Is found (And whither can' you go and fall to find hlm7) His faithful spirit haunts tho holy ground, Tho consecrated sod, long left behind him. The "sea-dlvldcd Gael" Is ono to-day From .north to south, from farthest u nnat In wnnt SSjff Tho spreading oceans cannot Btop nor isfe&k slay m3ffi Tho spark that speeds from Iilsh breast " V to breast: r AVc'ro brothers all at motherland's be ar best. ,f Heart cleayes to heart with tenderest devotion, SSAnd dark dissension passes like a Jest Si In all the slow of this dear day's cmo & tlon! The winds of fate have blown us far and wide, Of cruel laws we've known tho bitter ban, But all In vain oppression's hand has tried To bend us to a proud Imperial plan, "Wo n...

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. — 11 March 1909

wfranhfrfc i'jWMMrtWftni tmmwatwKMMB rWHffiWimifiitfiiwriiortiiWiw in n ii j -"--r tnr - T ' I '' ." T 1. W 1 l , r I! H ii 1 ' ! . , i it r II ! ' 1! 9 it THE HAYTI HERALD WM. YORK. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 91.00 a Year In Advance. Entered as second-class matter Oct. SO, 1008, at the postoflloe nt. Hayti, Mo., under the act of Muroh 8, 1870. Hayti, Missouri. DRY TOWNS AND REVENUE. "An ordinance was passed by the city council Monday night abolishing the marshal and motor's salaries, and hereafter these' officials will be paid by fees. "East Prairie Journal. That's business and looks like some thing. East Prairie is a larger and better town In every way than Hayti, uud the fact Unit local option has de prived her of much i-e venue has made it necessary for public spirited citizens of the town to fill the various ollices and let the town use what little money it can raise to keep up improvements. Wo have been thinking quite a lot about a move like this for Hayti and have talked...

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. — 11 March 1909

I !.&. ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST Gathered at Random from Random Sources City election. April 0, 1WW. , City election April 0. Seed potatoes at Averlll's, Don't forget the city election. (J. Rlttenhouse Is now at Smlthton, 111. Rev. G week. M. Brooks is quite ill this Onion sets 3Rf a gallon, at L. C. Averlll's. lfltf C. Shell has returned, from his visit to Indiana. Mrs. Sallie Uoss died at Guyoso lust Friday. liet your thinking cap on for the city election April i. Geo. Glover of Caruthersville spent Sunday in Hayti. J. A. Faris was here from Bragga docio Saturday. The little boy living with Charlie Reed died last week. ' Mrs. Geo. Terret, living on Little river, died Friday niflit. Billie Long of Braggadocio is in New Mexico for his health. Henry Dortch attended to business jfut Caruthersville Monday. 1000's of papers of garden aeed a L. C. Averill'8, atlc each. 19tf Profs. Stearns and Davidhon were in Caruthersville Saturday. Miss Georgia James of Caruthers ville spent Sunday...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 March 1909

k,m4mivfmmmnmmmitm mMmoJumUm hliMMiMWUMfclHIIBMMMnM wKjmHwiiiwUnmiisz&mKimr!twxto. mwvim.ia pewer w. .,jt--.-J .JaaswastaiK i-ssSi 1 IS THE HAYTI HERALD $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCG. HAYTI, : : : : : MISSOURI. THE NEWS i BRIEF A GENERAL SUMMARY OF IMPOR TANT NEWS OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALL OVER. The Colinui Volcano, in Mexico, is in violent eruption. Ben S. Moore of Mdnroc, La., tent President-elect Tnft a unique walking cane last week. The Guatemalan Cioverninent has ordered the teaching of English in the schools of that country. Two men were killed and twelve injured in a gas explosion in a col liery. at Port Blanchai'd, Pa. President Koosevelt issued an or der eloping the Xaval Stations at New Orleans and Pensacola, Kin. The. steamer Mauretania estab lished a new record for the east hound passage across the Atlantic Ocean. A new malady in West Indies ha caused fever experts to assem ble at Barbados and Kingston to study it. Myron T. Jlerriek, of Ohio, for business reasons, decl...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 March 1909

mmmmmmmmmmmm ,.. -na,v Hi "if-v- -vi .," i vn-?'. wi;'y;!fH" SNOWSTORM MARS INAUGURAL Great Crowds Which Had Gone to Washington to Witness Ceremonies Were Disappointed. Day Was One of Continuous Ovation to the New Chief ecutivc Ex-President Roosevelt Leaves Capital City Immediately After Taft's Inauguration. Washington. William II. Taft, of Ohio, and James S. Sherman, of New York, wcro inaugurated at noon Thurs day ns president and vice-president of the United States. The ceremony of-the inauguration was accomplished with all due formality and finality, but under most unusual conditions, owing to a ter rific blizzard which swept over the na tional capital, paralyzing street traffic, destroying communication with the out--sidc world and bringing dismay to the thousands of assembled visitors who had gathered in expectation of the usual spectacular demonstration. The main change in the program was in the inaugural address, usually deliv eied from the cast poilico of the capitol, but pr...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 11 March 1909

r2iZmiZm5a Ljl iihib i Tn r fc;WPJ$'tfr itnr ft.1 1T1 i.7iiai'5Mm iimiii im uri'iiiiiw m i IS ! ! t ) R i 'I V. If: 1 l;i l R Announcements for City Office Announcements in this column are charged fur nt the rato of $2.50, cash in mlvancc. Those who want oflici1 should place their names before the people in time for careful consideration. City Election Aran. 0, 1909. FOR MARSHAL. S. E. Judbn We aro authorized to announce the name of S. E. Juden aa u candidate for the oliice of city inai shal of tho City of Hayti, Hubjcct to the action of the voters ut the city elec tion, April 6, 1U09. POLICE JUDUE K. M. Gwin -We are authorized to announce the name of V, M. Gwin uc a candidate for tlie oliice of police judge of the City of Hayti, subject to the ac tion of the voters at the city election, April 0, i909. FOR CITY CLERK. Chas. Morgan Wo are authorized to announce the name of Chas. Morgan aH a candidate for the oliice of city clerk or the City of Hayti, ubject to the ac tion of the vote...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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