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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 December 1911

SITPPIjKMIOXTTO THE HAYTI TfRRAIJ). DEC1QMBTCR 7, 1911.. SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS WILL BE AT BUCKLEY'S STORE ON THE CORNER COftflE AND SEE. A beautiful. Large Doll will be given to the Little girl having the Largest' Number of Votes. Ask for particulars and get your friends to vote for you. i "Think .vmu- own thought mul iviirh .vonr own conclusions by .Mr. Thompson i not Ihidov nn l'-.s lie cnn divide thi'ood lliins In has with his nMr)borv;, and T. J. Holmes of Stewart, paid i Prof. JJ. S. Stearns or ("tor nth- j Wo arc indebted to our jrond us a pleasant cull Saturday, and ersvillo attended to business in friend.. "John A. Thompson, for a while here ordered the Herald this city Saturday. I nice lot of homo made sausage. ent to his address lor one year. Mr. Holmes is spending this week visiting his old friends in lilytheville and vicinity. Will Allison of Tiptouvillo. Tenn.. was in Hu.ui Friday look j nt' lorn businus-. locitiou. He i.. viii-v niiii-l) iiimi'ii'l u-itli tini'l .....

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. — 7 December 1911

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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. — 7 December 1911

Blankets, Comforts, etc. Cotton blankets sl.OO and up. Wool blankets up to ." Comforts .. .. . 1.0(l to &2.M I'.est .liwiluif, in')1 j mil . 'J.i'n.' Don't sli'cp colli when it costs so little to keep wiuni. "Good us Hold" domestic, per ard l()e Pillow tltbillr, per urd 'Jflc Flannels. All cotton lliintit'l, per ,ard . .. 1(V Men's Shirts. Xi.yllsfpo The most st llsli eei' shown it) town. new line jnst oneiieii. Il win unlit the ltili'st .ui'l lu-si i on will surolv bu.v thc-e, Pants Pants si-lfiM line .il pants, .ind Ki'd Uiuinond oveiuU l)ies punts, work mints Kii'i'j tinny to plcust jo i JllSt ReCeiVdl A wll lim- ol Novcltv OooiN Kvef tinny to pietist- 1 1 if- ladies. Ladies' Scarfs 25c to $2.50 LARGEST AND BEST PLACE TO TRADE A full and complete line of new and up-to-date .goods, in the newest, largest and best store room in town. You have to. see our store and our line of goods to admire them. We have Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware, Groceries. J. L. OORRIS NE...

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. — 7 December 1911

WgBWW!' ' -r " fn'-'rrr'''-l'''L-'1'IL'lu-1'JMJiJ-"-u-1-'''i-J"LI-!1'u''"l''T' B 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 11 imwim i , II1 L, A 1 IK ..... 1 i I R M. IVrlcins was on the, sick li-t, Saluvday. Hcuvio-t outlnL' tlaniiL'l 8J0 per .van! j it Aerill. 11 ior li (I111O1 ,'0(il'." will euro an. case ' j ' (Jhilh. and K( ver. Price L'.'k.'. tflMlm . Tim Dorris was quite ill lust 1 1 Thursday nifihL. Do not fail to ronil tlir North Ar ,insui ruiiiln-i Co. atl in thi lsui". Mrs. A. T. Hut son was ill a 'I'Wdu.v.i laM wt'ulf. VMar.koN anil comfort. Lowest rice in town, 111 A verlll's. -JStf P. R. Smitl). th: Frisco claim 1 iron t, was here Tuesday. V. M. PorkiitH attended to has ticss matters in UanUlierilU' Tuesday. When needing lirick, lime or ee lent. call on tlie North Aikan-.ii-. .unilter Co. Misses Ethel Perkins and ItonnioOatos isitedin C'aruth ersville Sunday. o or 15 do-.i'-."iit;ii" will cure any case f ChilK and Kev r. Prico '2ov. JKMiin Dr. T. .1. Trautmann went lown to Memphis Sunday and e...

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. — 14 December 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1911. NO. 6. No. ii:t.- OFFICIAL STATEMENT of the financial coiicl'"'' t of the BANK OF ATI ill lln.Ml, Shin- nl li--miii. at lln cliisc ul tin1-ilif -.- nil tin Atli ikiv nl 1 I. I'i'iiitirr. tilll. pnlili-lit'il in tin Hu.Mi llt-raUl. :i iii'-mir prmU'il ami iulilNlit'il ai ll.i.Mi, Sinu- ol Mis--mil ,, uii llir 1 1 1 1 1 I :t ul I Ko'-'lliliiT. I!ll - ki:soi;kcks. i. nuns and di-oouni-. Un doubtedly ih.kI Oil lt't'-Oll- al hi I'olliiiei'.il . . . i IJ 'J"m ."" I.imii-. real 1'itiiti - . . .'!0 ti") 17 Uwidrntts . . IMi.i Ki-al I'-tate (banking Iiciu-i-) 1 tilio ini utluu' real .Mate . . O.VI !ln Kiiinituie and lixtuiv- I 57-1 ' lint from other t ... uii ami hunker- Mii't-L'l in flii-fk 11 Stilb 7.! i ii-h item- .. . 'JJ2 HI i iiiti'iii'1. . . .'t tttO Oil .specie..' . - ."nil '. Total J.IOJ ."il.-itili L1AIULITIKS. apital stuck paid in . . "f'JO Otltl on surplus luml liliniKi I ndiviiled piotli.-. net.. .. 4 ."il.'t...

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. — 14 December 1911

9ftmmHmmsirmtmi wiuiiiB'WuwmwwmiiBjiwwiii uiniiniiiiiwiiiUMM vmmm mMmWWm I WWII HWIWHBMW.WiIHWMInmWIMWWi ry)rt-araratfflgwrcam"iim"TO'' BARBER SHOP MORKAU GASK1NS Tousorial Artist Two Chairs. I'irstcJnsB Service and everything :ient nd clean. I respect fully sui'.ii it voiir patronage. HAYTI, - MISSOURI THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. YORK. Published Weekly, on Tliursduvs. $1.00 a Year in Advance. CITY POOL HALL Joe iliHon, Prop. Nent, now building, new tattles and I iiuivi, jrood lijht day and night. V. mrteo'is treattii'-nt. For a pleasant Iimi!'. eai. and see M. Plenty ol I layer-.. Hayti, - Missouri COLLAR LINE STEAMERS - - .-. Caruihersville, -Mo., to Cairo, 111. Plying between (. aruthersville, Mo., and Cairo, 111., making two trip-, a. week, taking freight hum passengers for all way landing- from 'aruthersville to Cairo. Kates are reasonable. Steamer Wenona will leave Carntli rsville, Mo., lor Cairo, 111., on SundayH and Wednesday at s a. in., ami leaves Cairo, III. on leturi. trips, ev...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 December 1911

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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. — 14 December 1911

Mt vyut'ii'ft&ia&feb.ft f 1 FWr wWWWn !a&zJ!! SUPPLEMENT TO QUE IIAYTI HERALD December 14, 191 1. I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. I. Q. MeCorklu was ill Sunday night. Elius Nunn, one of tho pioneer i Ezra Hicks ofHovnbeuk, Tenn., citizens of Gayoso, was on our .was here Saturday and Sunday, streets Saturday. I looking after his property inter- 5 or (1 doseViMi)" will euro any ease esls of Chills and Kevtr. Price 25c. ,'HMlm Wanled Pecans, Ilickorynnts and T r, , , , , , , , ilVimuts. See Dr. 'J'. .1. Truutniiinn I. Kolin looked sifter business ,. tu. Hu.vtl Herald, if matters at New Madrid Wednes-, ,. ,,,,,, ., uoo. v. wodo, one oi me sun- slant ial fanners of Braggadocio, was seeing the sights in Hayti day and Thursday. .1. S. Walil came out from ' Heaviest outing flannel Sic per yard ( Caruthersvillo Friday to !k h'l-idii;; li Miiii". i"" i alter busmess matters. . . .1. II. Ilutlmun ul'ri'uv. Ind.. Gen Phillips was here from When n.-din- brick, tin . ,....,. ,,,....,. ... ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 December 1911

5 vs Vi SEASON CLEARING MID- 'fB m e C I si SALE Starts SATURDAY DECEMBER 16 th 1911. We are in sympathy with the Farmer and Laboring Man. We realize that the low price paid for cotton this season did not enable many to buy what they really need to make them com fortable and life a pleasure, and for that reason, only, we have decided to put on this Gigantic Cut Price Sale. We want to give everybody a chance to dress neatly and comfortably, regardless of all the obstacles which may confront them. One look in our store during this sale will convince you that we mean business and will do exactly what we say. Besides, Christmas and the Holidays are approaching, and what could be more appropriate than nice, comfortable clothing, when they can be bought at such a Low Price. SALE Closes SATURDAY DECEMBER 30 th 1911. A Child can do the shopping for these few days as well as Grandma or Grandpa. EVERYTHING is marked In Plain Figures. Buv something useful for Christmas, and the j" v vrrr to mc...

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. — 14 December 1911

ws 4ftfrtM!waK3n MttSilCitWgij'jyrir gaT eskskck --. JT- X "VSSL I HH I 'I K II is 1 P 6' i 6" '.- 6' ', . ' i Jl $ J i 2 Blankets, Comforts, etc. Cotwiu bh.jikets $1.00 and up. Wool blankets up to $5 Comliii'ts $1.00 to 2. fit) lh'sl shet'l.lir, per yilld '!& Don't .! t-pcold when it eosts so little to keep uinni. '(Jihiii ii- ioltl" doiui'stie, per yard Hie I'illnu iiit-.tiif, poi arl -fie Fliiiiin N Ml cotton Ilannel, per yard lOo Men's Shirts. Ne.'li:."' The most stylish eer shown in town. Amu Inn ui-it opened. If j on want tin, latent and best ni ,!! surely buy these. Pants Pants A se.eet line of pants. Press pants, work pants and lied Diamond overalls. Everything to please , on. JllSt Received A swell line of Novelty Goods. r.ii y thinj,' to pli use the ladies. Ladies' Scarfs 25c to $2.50 LARGEST AND BEST PLACE TO TRADE A full and complete line of new and up-to-date goods, in the newest, largest and best store room in town. You have to see our store and our line of goods t...

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. — 21 December 1911

HAYTI ALD I Hr JL JL JLJ J H? VOL. 4. IIAYTT. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1911. NX). 7. iET ITf AT LEFLER! it ' -Zd A ,-. ,3 .&!&,. ww & , )- y -v fcfevV " ..frVJ it , "' . ' , 1 -' "3(i k)5! tsj!g; ; -&i i' s?-v lv jO v.kL' ? ?rc? - . i .U IB a Tr . xr .'i ;m& ?.vmw.- m OB1 ' . 'JMp-.i i'1 AI"r IT ! FRA W iaMfc.irr-V t. fall I II A I LCrLELKd I s r i .tn ji ?7t-. i ' Ti Ktf.SjiSl-WrPi57 I,", - K ISHPIeiP''9 I S CHRISTMAS DAY I mm eve 1 IV5UST BE DONE BY SATURDAY NIGHT MUSICAL INSTOMENT--SPECIAL. 1 2ric to $1 1.2r Only six Violins, four Guitars and two Mandolins left. 1 .jc to -J .jO s W(J aro pUt,tinjr in ilu entire now lino, all one make of rjj "c to ' ('() these floods, we are eloseing the above out at exactly j&j iric to 2."0 :K)6 from the regular selling price. REMEMBER, only flj f.:()to 1M)0 a few left. K 2 07) to lO.'O 7 r.o WW m l :. mm "IIPV X TJr ()()() Ml M l w m K& If it is an Eistman, Hj l()(i() I wn mff m. Hm it's t-urhi. Mti.i vnn Hi -...

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. — 21 December 1911

BPPIIpSaSSiTmT! J.' .ikr --- ----.- - -.-.-.. .-.r'Wi.,.,.n.iii.. ,. - I: COLLAR LIKE STEAMERS Caruthersville, Mo., to Cairo, 111. l'l..ir. between Caruthersville, Mo.. ,iiid ( tiiro. Ill,, mukiiiff two tnpi a week, takliu: freight ana pnen.'ers for all way landing from Caruthcr.ivllle to Cairo. Uali are. reasonable. Steamer Wenoxia will leave aruthrsville, Mo., for (.airo. Ill . on Sunday h and Wednesday i a) 8 a. in., and leaves ('aiio. 111., on teturn trips, everv Monday and Thur.s iJay ut 7 p. in. We haveaware hoiiie and acnt at Oajoso and all was laiuiins, Freight will be promptly delivered from Gayoio to llayti by the acent. For ratci or any other infor million apply to Leo A. Creen well, on hoaid Str. Wenona, Lnr.ither.sv Hie. Mo. THE 1IA YTI HERALD should come forward with a little more job work and advertising W.M. YOKIC. - to repay us, in some small degree, Punished Weekly, on Thursday s. f()1 ,. effo,.ts t() ,nJlkQ thp ,n credit to the town. I SI. 00 u Year in Advance. Fi...

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. — 21 December 1911

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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. — 21 December 1911

1 nitAlwavr.invTn.rTrlftiTrrri-wrtiiwMMrtlrftafcyM fiww! f yj.'jjLy.Ky""1" 'ww"win nnu' w y -fr - Tr'WTJ,W-a'LJJ.vi,wiwffiiwf'TMifwiwlijiwiirwuwiimi niww www ti HAYTI ALD Ht VOL. 4. HAYTT, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1911. NO. 7. WVViit4f TT-Ilv HCTD i .1 i Circular Letter Number 15. QiK'stions and answers on school attendance. I. When school is dismissed mi Thursday only ol Thanlvs;i- m week can attendance be le-ial- 1 counted on Tliur.sdiiyV es. fount as present on Thursday all who were present on Wedno.s day. 2, When school is dismissed mi both Thursday and Friday of Thanksgiving week can attend aiioe lie legally counted on either ol those da,s'r No. it cannot be. See Sections lOfWand lOs-il'. School l.iws I'M I. ;!. II the Friday missed is "made up" on Washington's Hirthday can not attendance be legally counted on Thursday and I'Yida.v ': No, it. cannot. I. If the regular Teachers' ssociation is held on Friday and Saturday of Thanlcsyhiittf week, and the teachers of a schoo...

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. — 21 December 1911

Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers j The child i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cameron, who hits been ill of ' pneumonia, is on the road lo re 1 eover.y. W'u art' now handllnfr cy press shin.'- Heaviest oiitln;,' lltinni,'l Slu per .nidi Do not fail to lead tin- Ninth Ar .v' "lso ,,!,VI' ln " ''al nf "''' c,','a''-" ul AitII1. IStf kunsiis Lumber Co. ad in thi.s issm,. o nhmit that . oof North Arkansas Garner of Blade Island Doss lludgens of Dry Bayou was a JIayti visitor hVidny. was among those doing business in this city Saturday. Blankets and comfort price In to m, -it verill's Lowest l.Htf I'M ('test ul Dry 1'iyoii attend ed to business in this eity Kri-day. When iiLM'dinjr brlek, linii or ce UH'iit. call mi tin Ninth Ai Kansas l.unilier Co. Geo. I). Kelis of D,i son ..or inlo-.s"i',i,if win iMiii.:m phm' springs mis again onicreii uie .M lulls and r m I'riri' L'.V .I't.t.ui Herald sent lo hi address. I'. llufl'-H utter is intending to '"i'111'"" liKlnmLuu l,iiiii..c .1 V...

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. — 21 December 1911

v f""m t,r ti""- ' - - i i-itih-i hhii.i . -. -. - -- . ... .,.. hltflril I t&nfc,1 --j -jt-tt iSB'Ma- tt--TrTgMrg " iiiimipMiiiipW i. - iim hi. - ...! ... i , ' Blankets, Comforts, etc. Cot'cj. 1-! ihkrts $1.00 anil up. Wool blankets up In "ru c:emil.nt $1.00 to 'J..Vl He-t -beefing, per urd IMc linn'i ieepcold when it costs so little to keep warm. ''liixin ii (ji)ld" domestic, per yard 1(V I'll low lulling, per yard 1'flc Flimnids All cotton llnnnel. per yard life Men's Shirts. Nejl.,je The most sty lish ever shown in town. A m w line just opened. II you want the latest and best ou will surely buy these. Pants Pants and N -elect line of pants. Dress pantv, work pants lied Diamond overalls. lOvery'thine; to please ou JllSt Received A swell line of' Xovelty (luuil, I :mM- thinf to please the ladies. Ladies' Scarfs 25c to $2.50 LARGEST AND BEST PLACE TO TRADE A full and complete line of new and up-to-date goods, in the newest, largest and best store room in town. You have to see ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 January 1912

AYTI HERALD VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1912. NO. 8. ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO THE EARTH TREMBLED IN CONVULSIONS AND TERROR REIGNED. $ THE R can Jm m urtB JJ The Topography of Pemiscot County, Changed THE SHAKES OF 1811-12 Present-Day Cities of Brick and Stone Would Have Crumbled Dust and Death Would Have Taken the Place of Teiror. t )ih' bundled years :io tho Ntw illKll'ltl fUl'ttlqUUM' tllllli plill'e. I.'l'C I'liilii'r "Hill,'' is tin ceiuenniul unni vcrs.ny of the greatest and most re markable earthquake in tl.- history nl ilit Mississiipi Valley. The eurth l u.t Im.' began on Di-ci'inlii'i 10. 1S11, .Hid eontinued umil February , 181:1 I'lii' center ol t lut i'jii thquaLe was New Madrid, on the Mis-.is-.ippi river, in SMiullii'iist .Missouri. 'I'lii' convulsion mvuried contemporaneously with om nl ilic most tulitl etirthquukesol South Aini'i'iL'ii, when thi' towns ol Uuavr.i mil Caracas wcie laid in ruins llnm liolt tin- rival geographer, has re uiai ked that tho ...

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 January 1912

ifrwifliioMitMMiMtew WM!BWWIlgiWmWMftJWI COLLAR LINE STEAMERS Caruwhersville, Mo., to Cairo, 111. I'l.iitig lntHt'i'ii CaiMillifi-'.v i'li . Mn.. awl I'niro, III.. making two t rjjj- n week, lukluu freight am pas.i-ngefs lor nil way lauding from 'uruthersvllle to ( aii-o. Kates arc ri'11-.tnialilir. Steamer V.renona will leave hi niln-iNVillo. Mo., for aire. Ill . on Suiuliu- mill Wciiiii'siiuv :ii S u. in., mill leaves t aii ". Ill , on ti'hirr. trips, even h.t.da. nnii Tlmis da at" p. in. We hu.c a ware house and ic-eiii sit Oayoso mid all uu lainhngs. Freight will lie ii'(iih)ll, delivered friiin (ja.xosnto Hiivii hv tin agent. Kor rail's r any other infor mal iota appl.v lo Leo A. (.Ireen well, on hoard Str. Wenona, I'ai Mtlnri ill.-. Mo. Leo A. Greenwell, G. F. & P. A. THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. YOKIC, Published Weekly, on Tluirsdays. 81. DO a Year ill Advance. Kntered as Hccond-o.laHH mutter Oct. .1(1, 11)03. at tin poRtnllicii at Mitvti Mn., under tliti act uf March it, 187S). ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 January 1912

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. I f ' " losps"(KMrt will cure nnj case . of Chills ami Fovtr. Price 'Sin. MMJiti T. . I. Holmes of Kenedy was j Uncle Albert Poplium was on our streets Friday. ' among theCanithersville visitors Heaviest .outing llannel 8Jo per yard at AveriU's. 48tf Mrs. Sherman quite ill last week. last wook. Fred Morgan attended to bus iness matters at Caruthersvlllo on Wednesday of last week. Wo want your corn, and will pav the highest mil elect price lor same ut Haiman Kolm, who is attend- tlm Purls mill. A. M. Allen Feed Co. . ..... .1 Casey was ,no school at bit. Louis, spent the holidays at home. Blankets and comforts, price in town, at Averlll Dennis Uivon wa out from Citruthi'i'sville Saturday. Lowest. Mrs. Lum Leller and grand I8tf son. Ernes), spoilt Christinas Kv in KeniH'lt. Charlie Mob ley of Mena. Ark., has boon spending the holidays with his sister, Mrs. Tom Bis- sett. And tin lnr.nl nntinn mipgt.inn S?-Ot A -A ttV JU j has dropped out of sight. Every- J a body g...

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 January 1912

HONEST GOODS... AT honest prices is our motto, and we live up to our motto at all times. Money spent with us is Money Well Spent .... Turn over a new leaf this year by dealing with us. E NORTHWEST CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE HAYTI MO SEEING IS BELIEVING fE invite you to call and inspecl: our moSt complete line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hardware, etc., and be convinced that we are the leaders We are particularly strong on grocer ies and invite your inspection. Mr. and Mrs .1. W. Williams The Herald family is indebted fkVnnott, who have been spend-1! $ am' iN,1's. IVtc-i- Ktroiil, ., , ... ... r. .' . the City Makers, lor a handsome ng the holidays with friends and ciiris1,n!ls Jiml t(.w Year's elatives in this city, returned (j.ko, and also for several other mine Saturday. delicacies. JEEK2J22KSB CThe old year has now drawn to a close and a great many important events have gone on record; some of which have given us a great deal of pleasure, and others much sorrow; some resulted in fin...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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