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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 18 March 1909

V JL JLjLJlL XJLjtjL X 'X X XXXLXVxtlXjJL VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCft 18, 1909. NO. 21. FROM NEW MEXICO CIVIC LEAGUE. Wi Cuervo, N. M., March 7, WOO. I promised you some time ujjo thut I would write you concerning the country, but have neglected it. We have a fine country, or atleast agreut many of us out here seem to think so. Two years ago there were no one here only a few Mexicans and some white men thathad stock. No one tried to farm, hut now it is ahnostas thick ly settled us Pemiscot county and all that commenced in time last yeur raised good crops, from 25 to 00 hu. of corn to the acre and other crops in propor tion. Many things grow better here than in Mo., some of which are melons, pumpkins, potatoes, turnips and Mexicans beans. Kallireorn and miln 1 naise arc sure crops. Doth arc excel lent feed. We have schools and churches organized throughout the country. I went to church today fifteen miles back from the railroad and took dinner with an old gentleman who ...

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. — 18 March 1909

UMMM1 www wMwbrfftttitf ffihm hwiantf UIWWB WWtOTCTgMmWMi M.ftWMWlgtratcaTg m. &&- . ,u, .H.I.1IM ,uawirffiittMfitot CONSOLING. Ttrtr Artist Yos, my art la my fortune. Model (cheerily) Never mind. Tov city is no crime. Etatt or Onto Cirr nr Toledo. I Lucas Colntv. ( Thank J. Cnrsrv nmkes oath tlikt hp 1 auilor partner of tlio firm ol I". J. cm nv A Co . doing buslnim In tho City ot Tolrdo. County and Htato otnrMalJ. ami tint salil firm mil piy the aum nl ONi: m'NDIli:i DOM.AltS for rach ana ccry rav nl ('atamiii tint cannot bo cured by tho uso o; Hall's CATAiinn Clue. rrtAxic j. ciii:ni:y. Bworn to beforn mo and puhscrlbcil In my preeenco, ihh 6th day ol December. A. D , I8S8. i -" i a. w. qm:asox, 1 2Ii!l I KoTAnr rimuc. Italia Catarrh Curs la taken Internally and net directly upon tlio blood and mueoiu surfaces ot the fislcro. bend to.' tratlmoiihls. free. F. J. CIIKNCV A CO . 'lolcdo, O Sold by all Dri eclats. 75c. Jake nails l'amlly Tills lor constipation. Proving H1g Ca...

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. — 18 March 1909

"T P-i-PHnmm i "V mfvffmy 5 INSTRUCTED. y I feb LOGGER UHVHES AWFUL AUG1DEN V MAN WHO HAD PIECE OF WOOD DRIVEN THROUGH LUNGS HAS MIRACULOUS RECOVERY. CASE IS WITHOUT A'PAffALLEL With Board In His Body Victim Waa Carried Fifty Miles to Hospital Attending Surgeon Justly Proud of His Cure. "Utlca, N. y. If you ask George Lanz today, "How are you?" ho an swers cheerily: "Never felt better In my life." And ho speaks the truth. Ruddy, muscular and perfectly healthy, Lanz, 3G years old, is doing tremen dously hard work aB a logger In the Adirondack. Ho has survived an extraordinary accident. A shaft of wood, 23 inches long, transfixed his chest, piercing it through and through. The stako on which Lanz was im paled was the edging from a rough board, one by three-fourths of an inch I at the small end the end 'which en tered his back and one by one and one-fourth inch at the larger end, which was broken ou at tne point ot entrance. The stake entered Lanz's back. It penetrated his left lung, t...

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. — 18 March 1909

F4M,qm wpwmgManwiwtiwiidhWibwpUfciriMWfc!WWlWni riwlfca.-i3"-Y -. hi. ""JS1- wnwiwwnwii iwmMW'ilHW'i.ini THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. york. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 91.00 a Year in Advance. Entered as second-class matter Oct. SO, 1908, ut the poBtofllqo at Haytl, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1870. Hayti, MlBSOUHt. I We do not wish to boast, but it seams that the Herald has mude its influence felt for good, and while we might have done even more, the peo ple must remember that Hayti was deep in the mire, and it requires time to bring changes. In the first place, Hayti was suffer ing from in jre than one cause, and we found her in stupor. Hayti, in her short life, has had many, ups and downs; she has buffered many hard blows and has felt the kiss of Judas more than once, and for this reason the people were easy to discourage, and being without a newspaper for the past two j ears, dissolution was about to set in. The reaction from the county seat conflict of 1808 was quickly nipped in...

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. — 18 March 1909

..t..'M'M rr AWU ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST WORD OF WARNING TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Gathered at Random from Random Sources JP" I i City election. April oyilK)!). City election April 0. Seed potatoes at Avcrlll's, Don't forget the city election. Blount'a plows at Avcrlll's. Lou Rldgetvay is 111 of pneumonia. Tom Ingle is llshlng on Morris Lake Ferd Morris is moving to his farm. Onion sets 35( a gallon, at L, Averill's. C. lttlf .Tolin A. Thompson is anotlier $ subscriber. Ladies trimmed hats atL. I". Aver ill's. 2()tf Hurve Massey was on the sick list last week. Get your thinking cap on forthecity election April t. V. B. Willson was over from Ken nett Monday. Mrs. Tom Ingle visited thofttinil) of D. King Monday. lOUO's of papers of garden seed ai L. 0. Averill's, at lc each. 19tf John Sheehan at Covington is among our Mibhcrihers. Tlios. H. Patterson utCaruther-iviile sa, s he wants the Herald. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lamp's special brew. Caruthersville. Dave Williams and fa...

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. — 18 March 1909

ROftMWhHP IB W!W Hn WMW WW wwoisqe-'ttw tvivf -, -- , iwMitMjiiaiiwhHWWttgrogterea ..... j .,. - - , -. ?TTVin n -- -i i 'iiii.i'i mm ' n r i ..n,w,.wM ' '"" - -'-r- " ..-iik. THE HAYTI HERALPJ SJ-03 A VOIR IN ADVANCE. i HAYTI, : : ; : : MISKOURL THE MEWS IN ISltll I A GENERAL SUMMARY CF IMPOR TANT NEWS OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALL OVER. Tlie United .-States Court ifa ex pected to decide the commodity law caw iif-M .Monday. Until Bryan Itavilt, clde.-t dangh lr of V. .). Bryan, lias been grant td a diorcc from W. !!. I.eavitt. 'I'Ik I Touse ways and means com mittee will, it is said, reduce the t.irifr on lumber and hides one-half. I'rc-iderit Taft and Postmaster Oeneral Hitchcock will -liortly take tip the question of Southern patiou- UgC The thieatcned coalition between Kcpubliran insurgents and Democrat.- i- cau-ing House leader? much worry. A -rheum to swindle tlie sub wast and elevated railroads in New Yoik with counterfeit tickets was J unearthed. Ihcr thirty persons were kil...

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. — 18 March 1909

"j;r-rr.-r, 'lil-y""i",',"i');r"wi w ffn-. r:rtf .. .,. ""'l ""MT- ; m it ,1 II i & (I; il '; TO S FIGHT 2 MEDICAL BILLS CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS OPPOSE MEASURES TO PREVENT THEM FROM TREATING SICK. PETITIONS SIGNED BY 81,200 Plan Is to Enjoin and Fine All Who Practice Without License From State Board of Health Physicians Favor It. .TolTorBon City. Christian Scientists are much worked up over two bills introduced In the senate by Senator Allee of Miller that confer such additional powers on the state board of health as would enable that body to prevent Christian Scientists from healing the sick according to their own methods. These bills are known ns Nos. 3H2 and 333, and both concern the prac tice of medicine. One section of No. S32 reads: "Whenever it shall appear that any person 'who is not a registered physi cian within the meaning of the laws in force in this state at such time is practicing medicine or surgery in any of its departments or is professing to cure, or attempting to...

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. — 18 March 1909

auwiwwawfciaiiMiwiiiMiiiffiiwW.nwnwrOTwi,fiiiwi mvMmJmmmAmmt!mm9nnhimtryiorvKf .. -.i-- m i-f';ii'fimw" yirf,..,Vlfj f-fTTT-pfm-rt-.f inTiinnnm'Tr t " fT.rtM irr rr--"1-"--- f fcMrjtj Jk-IBMM L ivrmmm1iM'nwmntiimrmfm'mm.'ifVM'mmm Ik i ! Announcements for City Office Announcements in this column nro charged for at the rate of $2.50, cash in advance. Those who want oflicu should place their names before the people In time for careful consideration. City Ei.kction Aruti. 0, 11)09. FOR MAYOR. John T. Buckley We are authoriz ed to announce the name of John T. lttickley us a eiuididuto for I lie ofilce of Mayor of the City of llayti, subject tn'tho action of the votera at the city flection, April 0, 1901. FOR MARSHAL. S. E. Juden We are authorised to announce the name of S. 12. Juden as a candidate for the ollice of city mui Hhal of the City of llayti, subject to I lie action of the voters at the city elec tion, April 0, 1009. Lum I.kkleu We are authorized to announce the name of Lmii Let...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 25 March 1909

' vT THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1909. NO. 22. TO PROSPECT FOR OIL COOPERS GET 20 YEARS HOMESTEAD 320 ACRES Wo takes tliu following from the Cu ruthei'svillo Twice-a-Week Democrat, as wo bee several well-known Hayti people a 10 mentioned and the article will doubtless be interesting: A preliminary organization of the Southeast Missouri Development com pany was affected in St. Louis Thurs day afternoon. The purpose is to develop the mineral resources, partic ularly with respect to natural gas and oil, of Pemiscot county. The following comprise the members of the committee of organization: C. I W. Johnson, St. Louis; T. P. Russell, i ape uirarcioau: ltussen nros., uuyii: V. A. Ward, Caruthersville; John II. Cronan, Hayti and C. II. "VVetmore, St. Louis. Leasers have already ' started to work and it is believed the company will secure options on 40,000 acres of land. Saturday the jury in the Cooper Carmackcase at Nashville returned a verdict of murder...

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. — 25 March 1909

V'flB'WVMtllNpwvrVlfl1ffFMM0ttWMJVAffijft9&fff muMmmmmimmmmmummiitKmtMmtmwmt If AJ " ' i ' i i Jim 4wl iwnriw Wi 9 m flStMatuWnftWW hmmmiitoimiMiwmMrn-mivnimikmmnimMmMnM I ' I 3 ? THE HAYTI HERALD W.M, youic. 1'ubllHhud Weekly, on Thursdays. 91.00 a Year in Advance. Entered as second-class matter Oct. 30, 1908, at the postoflioe at Huyti, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1870. HAYTI, Missouri. ARBOR DAY. Governor Hudley has issued a pro clamation deelurinj,' Friday, April J), Arbor Day. The governor says: "1 hope to see every class in every school in the state plant at least one shrub, tree or flower upon the school grounds or upon some other public or private place on Arbor Day this yeur. We cannot have too many tires or flowers. Generally, it will be entirely feusibly to obtain tho necessary trees or shrubs for these purposes in the different communities, but where this cannot be done they will be provided by the leading nurserymen of the state, upon proper application, free of ...

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. — 25 March 1909

A III A m. ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST Gathered at Random from Random Sources City election. April C, 1009. City election April 0. Seed potatoes at Averill's, Don't forget the city election. mount's plows at Averill's. F. M. Gwin was in Memphis last week. .1. T. Bissett has a$ mark on our book. Ladles trimmed hats atL.. C. Aver ill's. Granville Gwin is in Memphis for treatment. Onion sets XiC a gallon, at L. C. Averill's. mi John Laughlin of Gayoso was in town Monday. Get your thinking cap on for the city election April U. .T. R. Brumley'smother and siaterof Campbell visited him lust week. Mrs. Millhorri's mother and father of Stonefort, 111., visited her lust week. 1000'a of papers of garden seed a L. O. Averill's, nt lc each. lihfi Wns Hod. the Cliatlee niaishal. attended to business at Iluyti Tuesday. A. D. Popliam has put a new fence in front of hii residence. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp'e special brew. Caruthersville. .Tim Scott of Concord was married last week to Miss Ali...

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. — 25 March 1909

MMHiHiiMMMHH IssaiBiWKWJsasrffl Bj6fl8M?itagfcaWHftHiegKftSllMSlaMja-W;a.WMOTgTTr,IT g7Ii-THggagJA4VTXaaWJtW WMrailJJMHlMWK..vVk . 1 3 Announcements for Office. Announcements in tliiH column aro charged for at the rate of $2.50, cash in advance. Thorn. who want oflire should place their numi'H before the. people in time for careful consideration. City Election Amu. ti, 15)09. FOR SCHOOL COM MISSION Kit Prof. B. F. Stearns We arc author ized to announce Prof. B. F. Stearns asa candidate for County School (.'ointriiHsmner. miliii'i'l to the will of the people at the school election, April u '''0,,, I FOR MAYOR. John T. Bucki.ky Wo arc authoriz ed to announce the name of John T. Buckley nB a candidate for the ofllco of Mayor of the City of Uayti, subject to the action of the voters at the citv election, April 6, 100!). FOR MARSHAL. S. E. Juden We are authorized to announce the name of S. E. Juden as a candidate for the ollice of city inai shal of the City of Hayii, subject to the actio...

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. — 1 April 1909

i HERALD , VOL. T. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1909. NO. 23. THE PUBLIC SQUARE. BORING FOR BUSINESS WOOD FAMINE HAYTi JL JDLJlL .? rv The move is now well under way to John L. Dorris. one of the llnyti grade imil fence tin.1 public sijuare, and ' merchants, has received the following thu work will i-orttiinly be done. Goo. letter from Win. H. Moore Dry Goods Dorris has tliu list, and every one j Company of Memphis, and from an who has not daeed his or her name iidvi-rtisiny point of view it is so good on the list is urged to do so. This , that we reproduce it. Ih'iv it in! list will be p iblished ovcr.v week until tliu money is made up. Here are tliu donations up to t lit- present: L C. Averill Wo 01) .1. L. Dorris A. .1. Dorris 1. ICohn . G. W. Dorris . . "We feel, occasionally, as though wo were ratlier a bore to yon with our persistent requests for your business, hut honestly, now, how could we ex- lo OOi pcet to get it if we never asked? How . . lo 0 1 1 would a fellow j...

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. — 1 April 1909

twaawTOiaMWHlBigar KTHeprnaiiiMwww(uMtjiCTiM-.w,.J THE HAVTI HERALD vm. vork. IMblKhcd Wecklx. on 'rhiuslii.. 91.00 a Yenr in Advance. ICntered an second-class mutter Ocl. i'.O, 1008, lit the postoilluo at Hayti, Mo., under the nut of Miircli 3, 1870. Hayti, Missouri. htructlon of a dam over .lames river. Hon. J. J. Rusiell did the same tliliif,' and it pased, out President UooM'Vt'lt promptly vetoed tlie 1)111. It seem to u- that Mr. Crow is tak ing a long hot in matter, and it liardly .seem probable that lie should Many people try to accomplish pub-j lie purpo.M's by ijjnorlnj,' the nevpa-' per. It i genera 1 1, safe to shun tlie i man who shuns his home papers. if iiiRar? nniACC A B" I R? BBfcSB RT7CS svmc rnivcQ a jp. r. irwik-B v Don't fret it into jour head, sonny, that you are "PP." You are liable to be better q mi I i lied than Mr. Roosevelt ,.nili,.t with several million more of in a matter of this kind. We notiee in the Republic that Sena tor Stone has introdueed a bill of...

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. — 1 April 1909

m LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, City election. April 0, 1!)0!). City election April !. Seed potatoes ut AveriU's', Don't forget the city election. Blount's plowe at Avurill's. Kollu GoU'hur is right ill again this week. Coal oil 1i2u a gallon ut Avurill'ti. L. L. Leller was quite ill last week. Doors tit id windows ut A. J. Dorris' Ladies trimmed huts at L. C. Avcr iH's. 2dtl Tom llatle.v of Braggadocio was in town Monday. Onion sets .'(.")(' a gallon, at L. C. AveriH. KiU .1. II. Crockett is one of our late-t subscribers, i C. S. York was out lrotti Curuthers villu Tuesday. (.Jet your thinking cap on iorthecitv election April i. Clarence Mujci went to Cluv root hunting .Monduv. Miss Haeliel Adam-. has lettirned ti'oin lil.vtheville. V. A. Alaxi'j o) Braggadocio i-.it-ed ill Ilayti Suiidav . IOUO'h of papers of garden need m L. C. Averill'a, ut lo each. 19tl Kd .luden transacted business at Ca rutliersville Saturdav . Kerd Morris and fainih ol Concord spent Suud...

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 April 1909

&3at&mzt& XtGaafc&l&lKUKftna uftjwu WJttkiiOvw Announcements for Office. ! AumiunecmciitH In thin t'oliitnii are chaiucd foi tit the rate of W.0, eaHli in advance. I'liuse xxho want oilier should plate t lit i i name bclbie the people in time fur earel'iil coincident t ion. City Ki.rciion Antil. ((, 1IH1U. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSION Kit H. F. STHAItNS FOR MAYOR. .Ioiin T. HUCKI.l'.V l'.KACK GASKINS FOR MA USUAL. S.H. ,Tuni:.v LtJM I.IIFI.KIt I'OLICK JUDUK F. M. Gwin FOR CITY CLKRK. I'll AS. MOlUiAN FOR ALDKRMAN i-'tid WARD. .Iamks A. Johnson FOR ALUKKMAN 1st WARD. B. F. Ai,m:x Dr. R. C. CRESSWELL Dentist. OHIce in Kolm Jltiililini; Crown and Bruise Work a Specialty. Hayti, - - Mishouui. J. G. CRIDEK Physician ami burgeon Oilice in Tkautmann's Dauc. Stokk Phone No. 50 Hayti, - - Missocki T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician ami Surgeon Ofllco phone 50. Residence 00. Hayti, - - - Missouri. J. W. JOHNSON Physician and Surgeon Residence Phone 24. - - Oilice 40. Hayti, - Mo. BAYLESS ...

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. — 8 April 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1909. NO. 24. CITY ELECTION i ' "v 'i u: Tim city election Tuesday passed oil' quietly illlil good naturedly. till- de leated candidates all bowinggracerully to the will of the people. Those de feated were all good men. and feel better because they were defeated li. good men. The results were as follow-. : Mayor lolmT. Buckley . .. I'.raek Gaskins .Marshal S.F. Juden Luui Leller ... Police .ludgc .lames Argo F. M. Gwin Clerk Jluia Alorgan Alderman 1st Warily (li Vein1 Term) H. P. Allen. Tim Dorris (1 Year Term) W. H. Foley Win. Knight Alderman Und Ward .lames A. .lohu.sou. . I. Kuhn THE FIRST TREE. On April F. M. (iwin set the first tree on the publie square, in honor of his wife's fiftieth birthday. It is a beautiful silver leaf maple, Mrs. ( J win's favorite shade tree. Mr.s. (iwin is the only surviving ehild of Dr. G. M. Hayes, the founder of IliiMi, and sinee her father's death she has manifested "Teat interest in the ...

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 April 1909

Marnp!roran KfcjeilfltolsfcHSSaLif IfMt-Jw KAfetK- . THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. youic. Published Weel,. on Thui-.ilu, 91. uu a Year in Advance. Ii ON THKSt'Itl-'ACK. i-Im.- th In tin1 west It Is a purl of the tinwril ten law that cer, one shall praise up hi own lociilltv am! never .u a word Kntored an second-class mattur Oct. ISO, 1908, at tliu postolllcu at Hayti, Mo., under the act of March :t, 1870. IlAYTt, Minsoi'IU. AUHOlt DAY. We are informed that Arhor I)a. will he observed b the school, and e would like to -ee the da obM-rvt-d b the entire town. We can never have a beautiful and inviting cit until we make it so. In the far west it is the I'tistoni to put down eonerete walk and plant trues before even an attempt is made to ell the property . In California the renter-, ol cit propertv are furnished with hose and water and are required to take rare tit lawn.-,, tree-, and shrubs. People back east seem to e;ue far less leu-comfort and beaut, than the people of the west. What would our...

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 April 1909

& LOCALA Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Si'i'il potatoes sit Aiei-ill's, A hi: West is ill nl pneumonia. HIoiiiiI'h plowH lit A cut-ill's. Klmer Mui'ili, is sick thK week. Colli Oil 1'JC II gilllnll !lt AVerlll'H. Mrs. Itehccvti tliniis mudciihusiiioss trip to Maiden this week. Hev. 'J'. V. Shiiiiiiuii of Kredei'ick- lollll s(lll ItoWlM's. bulbs Jllll! plants t lla.itl a lew minutes Suturdu.i. II yiiu conn.' to inv Htoi-e mill don't SllUilt . Doom and windows ut A.. I. 1)oit1h ill lor l 'apt. .Morris hsis lieen right scleral dai s. ill Ale. Hrueken uusoicr Irtim Keiinctt ML'" w,"l '1' w,u,ti 'Mk f," . ''v' iloorH uiul windowH. A. .). DorriH. Tin' Durris ami Stephens coiici-cif milks, just put it,, ntlilfonsitlcrutilf to thi.' appearance id their propcrli. Why nut buy your goods from A. .1. DorriH, lie iiitH thi' biKUi'at ami the rheupt'Ht linn of ine.rehundini in town. I'M Dover, a lining sitiglcinan. died last Thursiluv night. Hi was liurii'il mi tin- Oil...

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. — 8 April 1909

iwontnateifisssaemmfvfttp. S3ti3K8UBXnSfcS.Witain.Uu.!MtL"fe4hWtfttdnwMw & r S&WT! ft o ""5s. We haven't spacu to give tlic pro ccedlngs of tin- council meeting .Ion day night, but learn tliat the city liull rt'lltS Clltlst'd SOIIH misgivings as to whit could or should In done with them. Next week wc shall tin In !in the liiwiintl inakethiscleur. We were a little surprised to lcurn that a pi'ti tion for a stock law bad been bandi'd in and regret tlmt tin- pnt-tii-. ilid not wait for tbi' new board. Tin petition v us tabled, however. We are for a stock law, first, last and all the time, luit there i.s going to ben light, when we do go after it, and we are going in to win. We will have no quarters to show, and ask none. Krni'st Sutton, the 17 ear old "rand son of Sainui'l Adam-. was killed by lightning Tuesday, while at work in a tield on the Tinslcy farm near ('anaily switch. In a few diivH we will begin our tegular dips to deliver ice. Hayti .Stuiage Co. 2ltf Cliarlie WelN a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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