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THE HAYTI HERALD
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The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County.
VOL. 5.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1913.
NO. 17.
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THE LAW ON SHERIFF'S SALES.
The Plaintiff or His Attorney Has the Right to Say in What Paper
Notice of Sale Shall be Advertised.
For vnne lime -rt;iin o our county ofu'ci.ils ha had to In'
shown the law. an how hard souh of ihvm havi fought against
learning the law is a wnnder. It .eein. that some of them have
tlioughl they were a law unto themselves and ju.st any old way
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PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
HAYTI SCHOOL NOTES.
By the Superintendent
Our attendance continues good.
Putting knowledge into your
head is putting money into your
pocket book.
A prospector likes to see a
good school. To say that a com
munity is interested in their pub
lic school is to compliment its
citizenship.
The responsibility of the
American school teacher is great
er today than it has ever been
before. So many things which
used to be taught in the home
are now left for the teacher. How
many parents take the time to
give the child a little moral in
struction each day? How many
things do you teach your child
ren that were taught to you or
your parents in the homey
Perhaps the parents are not to
be censured for this lack of home
Training, but the age in which
they live. It seems that in our
hurry to make the dollar we per
haps lose sight of the more im
portant issue the home train
ing. While we may do what we
think is our part in training the
child, as a whole it is generally
agreed that the home is losing
the sacred place it once held in
the minds of our citizenship.
Rome when at its best owed
its great strength to influences
religious and otherwise of the
homes of the Empire. When the
home lost its saeredness and its
prestige, it weakened its teach
ings. hKewise the nation was
weakened; so it was to the weak
ness of the parental influence
that the downfall of Rome was
largely due.
Then, the great responsibility
that is imperative on the Ameri
can school teacher today, is to
see that the teaching which goes
to make up the moral and indus
trial side of the child's life, is
not neglected.
The big thing in teaching is
not to give instruction in read
ing, writing and arithmetic, so
the boys and girls, may become
good scholars, but to impart all
things in the light that you are
teaching the citizenship of the
future America.
jNOTK: The above explains
one oi the greatest objections to
the present-day method of teach
ing and the waste ot child-life in
the school room, those of more
favorable home surroundings in
stead of being advanced as their
faculties permit, being held back
to cope with the less iortunato.
It is a pity, but how can it be
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I they might transact business was go id enough for the people. We
J will not now mention the various instances we have in mind, but
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mere are several oi mem anti. wane ve are juways wining 10 e.-
'ense a mistake or an unintentional error, we are not inclined to ex
cuse a man who knowingly goes contrary to law after being
formed, as has sometimes been done.
In times past some certain newspaper in the county has feasted
and grown fat, on the patronage of the sheriffs office, receiving a mo
nopoly of his business, to the detriment of the rights of the people
in the various parts of the county, ami that no one ever complained
leads us to believe that not only the sheriff, but the litigants and
the lawyers of the county, including the newspapers, have not
understood their rights under the law. Here is the law:
Revisd Statutes of the State of Missouri, 1909. "Section 2218.
SHERIFF IN SELL LNG REAL .ESTATE SHALL PROCEED
HOW NOTICE TO BE GIVEN SALES, WHERE MADE.
When real estate shall be taken in execution by an officer, it
shall be his duty to expose the same for sale at the courthouse
door, on some day during the term of the circuit court of the
county where the same is situated, having previously given
TWENTY DAYS' notice of the time and place of sale, and what
real estatj is to be sold and where situited, by advertisement
in some nowspip r printed in the county which may be DESIG
NATED P.Y THE PLAINTIFF OR Hrs ATTORNEY OF RE
CORD, ."
The above is just as plain as it can be, and the sheriff is plainly
denied the right to place the advertisement or notice of sale except
in the newspaper indicated by the plaintiff or the attorney in the
case. This completely does away with the old custom of the sher
iff in placing the advertising in the paper of his "political choice,"
does away with "private arrangement" and rebates, and leaves the
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And even the Old Squaw
Democrat of Carnthersville
dances the tribal "kan-kan" over
the libelous flings of the old Gran
ny Kennett Democrat. Hut La
coy's papoose and Carnther's
unclaimed can never get hold of
the same teat unless Senator
Hawkins intervenes with his
7i ,000 population bill.
Little Miss Irene Worth, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan
Worth, is ill of sciatic rheumatism.
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VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
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people free to protect their own interests by having the publico
tions made where the greatest good can be accomplished.
The same law applies to tax sales, etc., and to every case where
a publication is necessary. .
We hope this information will be accepted in the spirit ir
which it is given, and that our friends and patrons will be govei n
ed accordingly.
WEDDING SHOWER.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Certain
were surprised with a wedding
shower by theii many friends
Thursday evening, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gibson,
grandparents of the bride, at
which they received many beau
tiful and useful presents.
After receiving the presents,
the guests were invited by Mr.
and Mrs. Gibson to partake of a
two-course luncheon, first course
sandwiches, pickles and coffee,
second course cake and wine.
Mr. and Mrs. Certain expres
thanks to their many friends for
the useful and valuable gifts re
ceived, and will be at home next
week.
Contributed.
Note: On account of sick
ness we are unable to set in type
the number and kind of gifts and
the donors. We have two artic
les relative to the above, but can
use only a part of one Ed.
MR. FARMER
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Spring is Near
And now is the time to paint and paper those rooms. Come and see our line of
sample papers and order now. New styles and new designs. Just what you have
been looking for.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Glass and Putty.
Drugs and Medicines
. Prescription work a specialty, stock always fresh and only the best quality used. Bring
your prescriptions to us once and you will be a customer. We have everything usual
ly kept in a firstclass drug store and can supply all your wants.
DR. TRAUTMANNS DRUG
PHONE 50.
STORE
HAYTI, MO.
.Tohnason Brannon of Stoddard
county came down Sunday, to
attend the funeral of his sister,
Mrs. Dovy Chism.
To see the brilliant work of the
present Democratic Central Com
mittee, look at the result of last
election, the first republican
sheriff ever elected in the county,
with one or two other offices dan
gerously near being lost. But
if a man will vote against an elec
tric light system for his home
town, what could be expected of
him when put up to attend to
business for the public? Pemis
cot' county is now too progres
sive for her affairs to be conduct
ed in the old way, and the old,
back numbers have got to step
down and out and give way to the
new. It may seem hard, but it
is necessary, nevertheless. t
Now's the Time to Plow and Plant
Therefore You Need
FENCING AND SEEDS
Come and inspect our line of farming
tools, if you want the best, the kind
adapted to our soil.
Come to us for potatoes, onion sets and
other seeds.
Come to us for groceries, dry goods,
shoes, etc.
If you don't want to buy, be sociable
and come anyway.
AVERILL'S STORE
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