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THE HAVTI HERALD
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.
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.
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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 the
Mttnie nature In the senate.
This jrianlii' monopoly of the
waters ol the beatitilul little .lames
river, a stream that belong.-, exclusive-
h to the State of Missouri and to the
the same opinion.
THKY AUK WITH US.
It is fi'utifylnjr to know that the bet
ter element of Hayti stands baek of
tlie Hayti Herald in every stand it lias
taken, and do not hesitate to yive it
their words of approval and en
couragement in the eontentions it has
made for the general jjood of the town,
and in proof of this, our subscription
list is growing all the time.
Of course we have said some tilings
that were unpleasant to us, but ain:
such things we are careful to know
that we are rijjht and that what we do
say ih the voice ot the people.
There are many things, however,
that have been lelt unsaid, and most
any person would say them, but as
such matters are unpleasant, we have
tried to select out those matters of the
!ri'iitet importance in a jfcncral way.
If we are censured by the better ele
ment it is because we have said so lit
tle, but we feel that we have said en
ough, considerinj,'- exisiiiifr conditions.
The people imv it to tlienisel ves to
assert their own rights, and not to
wait tor some one to lijrlit their battles ,,i, ,.,.,;tion lim-Tessive. wide-awake
lor them, and we hope tlie better ele- ami liberal u. our cit will take its
Some people force tlienisel ves before
the public, when their efforts should
be spent in tlie opposite direction.
Hayti needs olllcials who want the
Kanterii Uranulaihd Sugar,
IHIh for 91.00
Niuj Beau per Ih fie
3 Cans Hominy ii5c
Fluke Hominy perlh S'fjC
Burro Urand Hugurhouse
Molasses nor gallon tiOe
Onion Sets :15c, 3 gal. for 1.00
Rosebud bucket collee with
cup and Haucer flOo
Kvaporated pears per Ih 10c
Kvaporated peaches per In tOc
Evaporated Apples pur Ih 10c
Prunes, 3 pounrin lor 2fie
3th can tomntot'H 10c
t bars big deal soap for 2fic
people who own homes alony its banks, olllee for the eit.x good, and not foi
ls soii'dit in the interest of one W. H.
Stamlish, who a few years ago was
trying to get congress to give liim
White river, but the people ol Arkan
sas would not stand lor any Mich grail
and made matters so unpleasant for
him that he left that state.
No doubt the same protests that
were before President Roosevelt will
be heloiv President Tuft, and the peo
ple will not sillier at his hands.
sellish or chicanery motives.
That "fools rush in where
fear to tread," may prove true
cit election next Tuesday.
In the matter of postal and revenue
funds oven one cent shortage or over
charge must !.e recti lied.
Mefore .mother issue of this paper
shall lie printed tlie city election will
be over and the die for another year
will be ciu.t.
The most important election ever
held in the City ol Hayti is now at
In our opinion, llaytis lutiire is
With a wise election of ollicers
It is a great favor to some people to
keep their letters out of print.
Tlie progressive element ought to do
its best at this election.
i The Hcai'ld is not
' slinging contest.
running a mud-
Don't expect to settle personal mat
ters in print.
THE JOHN A. FARIS MILLING CO.
MEAL AND CHOPS
Particular attention to custom grind
ing. Corn ground or exchanged for meal
any day in the week.
AMOS HUFFMAN, Mri, lliiyti. Mo.
meat of Hayti will (jet together in har
mony ut the coming election, lay down
all personal feeling anil .strife, and
putting all politics and "wet and dry"
aside, try to elect men who are broad
minded and public spirited and who
will go to work in earnest for the pro
gress and general up-building of our
If we" can only get to work in har
mony and all work together, we can
accomplish great good and we will all
be well repaid for our ullorts.
Ii't's try just one time to break away
irom ine om. imaten path, and start i lookout
anew, and see how much better things
will be. It would be a pleasure to
put out a paper in a town where all
the people are working t igcthcr lor
one purpose, and that for the general
welfare of the people.
We would rather praise than con
sure: we like to speak good words: we
desire to build up, boom and boost
the town, and hope these desires may
place among the oilier thrilty and fast,
growing towns of Southeast Missouri, I
but with a set of drones and "do
nothings" elected, our ship will pass,
and it will never be worth while for
the 1'Yisco to place the name of Hayti i
on map. '
At this time we cannot say who all1
the candidates will be, but as our peo-,
pie are well acquainted, they certain
ly ought to know who to elect and who
If rinysters and tricksters try to de
velop, vote them down, and be on tlie
for known violators ol the
law who want ollice to defeat good
government. Vote for good, clean
men, wet or dry .
THAT DAM SCR E.Mr',
The l'arina .Victor says that
sentative Crow of Missouri ha
diiced a new bill authorizing il
Before you start in to get even with
i an editor bv little, contemptible and
putty spite, or by some imaginary au
thority, you had better go out behind
the house and kick yourself right
good and cool down. You will gen
erally lind a live editor about tlie most
live proposition you ever tackled.
Repre- Let every man take an "eye opener,'
intro- on Tuesday morning, and vote and
i n- work lor the best inteicsts of Hayti.
JOHN. T BUCKLEY
Oliice in J. I,. Dorrin' Store.
Hayti, - - - Missouri.
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THE HAYTI MEAT
J. F. Dyer, Proprietor
Fresh Meats, (Janio, Poultry sinil Ktrs
We have the exclusive butcher ahop for Hayti and
Ihfim. nennle who dnnire nun HntelaRR butcher flhon in l.i?
town are invited to n-ttronize uq and therein' enable, uh nfr!)A!8Wr.'"fl'TT
to maintain the hiuh Htandard wh have set. Wn are here to may, and
extend fairimd court eoiifl treatment and e,od weihtH to all.
Hayti, : : : . : : Miksouki.
NEW GROCERY STORE
have just added to our store a Grocery
Department, with a band-new and up-to-date line of
Fancy Goods, and a Market for your Produce at the
very highest prices that can be paid.
THE FAMOUS STORE COMPANY
Caruthersville, Missouri. J. W. Reed, Mgr.
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A. J. DORRIS, Pren. , J. S. WAIIL, Vice-I'ron.
U. J. PROVING, Uashior and Hecretary.
LnaiiR to FarmerH, Merchantn and Lumbermen. Raton
Reasonable. Good Notes Bought. DepoHitH Solicited. Fair
and Courteous Treatment.
A. J. Dorria.
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O. J. Provine.
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JOHN L. DORRIS, Pres. L. O. AVKRILL, Vioe-Proa.
T. A. McNAIL, Cashier.
BANK OF HAYTI
John h, Dorkib.
Stiskmno H. McCartv.
Dr. J. W. Johnson.
B. S. Stkahnb.
Does a Roncral banking huBinesa. Loano monoy at roaHon
nhlo rates, buys good notes, pays interent on time dopoBits.
Your deposits and general business solicited and courteous
treatment guaranteed. Wo endeavor to please our customers
in all ways consistent with safe and secure banking methods.
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