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THE HAYTI HERALD
Published Weel,. on Thui-.ilu,
91. uu a Year in Advance.
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.
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 people think on
;?oin.r out into the eounli and dn
iny miles alony rows nl lir, pi-ppi-r.
eiiealxptus, palm, and olive tiei-s, m
Ici'spersed here and Iheie with hcdye-.
ol roses, eeutui'.v plants and llowersV
Would a ten-mile drive alony an
oleander bordered roadwav be in
vitinyV Of course we must use tiees
ol a moie ha i-l nature here, and
suppose all our streets and avenues
were lined with our native maple. Cot
tonwood and sveamore. don't vou
think it would be more inviting on a
summer day, and don't vou think Un
people traveling through our citv
would be more impressed?
Kb veil vears ufo we tried to jjet Un
people to plant trees on the squaie,
and strange to sa., nothing has been
done until this spi-my: but trees
should have been planted on this
square when it w.is dedicated in ls!l.".
Suppose trees had been planted then
Today tliev would have been lai
muL'mc our surprise the other day
when a certain man told us that It
required no thought, eneiyv or olTort against it.
lo read and digest Ihe epitome of the """ " """"
world's daily doings as eonlaiued in Oeore Webb, oiu ol the siibstau
the newspapers of the land: that it was tial farmers of Hraffadocio, while
all hollow and nieaninless and the here last week, proposed that if the
cream was on the surface. cit.v would use them mill set them out.
II there is anything moie deep and that he would donate a wajjon load of
hard to undersiand than the principles, vounj: maple Coming as it does from
causes and ellects id the acts on the so :ood a cltl.en, we surely ouyht to
ilail.v stare of lite we would like to accept the oiler right now. Let's all
know what it is. Mack ol each word, us business people lav off a day and
SOME PRICES AT J. F. INGLE'S
eaeli act and each deed, hidden from
view, there is some Inlluenee and some
motive there is an under-current. It
is not the mere pa-sinj,-" ol the incident
itself tliat should inteiest us. but the
cause and the elleet.
The present is just as deep a study
to the reflective iiiltid that strives lor
set theHC trees out with our own hands
and have a dinner in honor of Mr.
When you pull down the town in,
which is your home, your business,
you are pulling down youisclf, and
when you build up youi own town
an intelli;reul understandi njj as the ou build up ,out-,elf. and ourneiyh
past. hor. Try and banish from your mind
To all Intelligent minds the princi- the mistaken idea that good things are
pies ol government are perplexing and' away off in some other locality. (Jive
our greatest statesmen anil diplo- your town all the praise it can legi
mats often hesitate. timately bear. It. will certainly do
The surface man takes every ting in a you no harm, and above all. patronize
literal meaning. i home institutions. Me a booster.
He leads that Mry an was defeated,!
but cannot tell you why.
He reads about in rill Ii
only knows it by name.
lie reads that the Western
We usually give every man the right
to his opinion and reserve that same
right to ourselves, but are liable to
show bad leinpei when deprived of
weie pieventetl fi mil enacting .n1i- tli-.t fiirlii
rislation and ;
legislation but does nol te-
alle the deep feeling ol sell-preserva-llon
against the "yellow peril."
The siirlace man is wafted about on
every little popular wave and by
eu-r.v little wind. He may gel more
praise and more abuse while he lives,
but he leaves nothing to show that he
has In en.
Mut he thinks different, of course.
I't's push the matter of fencing the
square and planting tiees. The work
surely ought to be completed this
Uasti-rn Oranulatnl .Sugar,
lfilh for 81.00
Navy Iteans per Hi tie
3 Cans Hominy 25c
Flako Hominy per Hi S'.jC
Burro Rrunii Sugarhouse
Molasses per gallon (Hit!
Onion Sets !i5e, 3 gal. for 1.00
Ronuhud bucket coffee with
cup and fiiiucer , 00c
Kvaporated pearH per Ih 10c
I'.vaporaU-d peaches per Ih 10c
Evaporated Apples per Ih 10c
Prunes, 3 pnundH for 25c
31h can tomatoes 10c
H barn big dual soap for 25c
THE JOHN A. FARIS MILLING CO.
MEAL AND CHOPS
Particular attention to custom rind
ing. Corn ground or exchanged for meal
anv day in the week.
AMOS HUFFMAN, Mri, Hnyti, Mo.
The hours at the postotlice are:
Week days, 7:.'lil a. in. to 7 p.m. Sun- ,
days 8 to Kii.'IO a. m; 1 :'.M to :::! p. m: '
' :.() to (i p. m. I
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iKSJCh Hayti, - Mo.
A newspaper is in no sense a child
of charity. It earns tw ice over ever
collar it leeeivus, and it is second to
liuiliiing ot a coiiununilv . Its i
reap far more benefit from its pages
than its publisher, and e. tiling lor the
and support of the community in which it
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stately and we would have hail the
pleasiue of them through all these
A small effort on the part of each
individual will soon make a beautiful
"When we are in Koine we do its
Let a few citizens go to work and
beautify their homes and their neigh
bors are sine to follow.
Hv all means let's plant trees on the
square this spi-my it will soon be too
late and let's go to work in eat nest to
make Hayti a jity of beautiful homes
and a beautiful city for homes.
Let's begin on Arbor Day.
is published, it asks for no more than I
in all fairness belongs to
i generally it receives less,
unit help your home paper as you
would any oilier enterprise, because
it helps you, and is not an act of
All the west hates a "knocker." In
the east people seem to take a delight
in "running down" their own com
munities, but public opinion in the
Great West will not stand for this.
A man there who hints that there is
any fault to be found with the climate,
the soil, or anything else, is looked
upon ,is ,t common enemy and he may
as well pack up and go east at once.
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