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THE HAYTI
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AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER.
VOL. 4.
HAYTI, MISSOURI THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1912.
NO. 46.
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BIG DAY AT STEELE.
TIr' County Doinoe isi lie Cen
tral Committee met, at Carulli-er-,ville
Monday and inside sir
nngements to got si speaker of
nalion-il nolo to s)citk iit Steele
Saturday, October .", when a big
birboeuowill be given at that
place Arrangements were al
so made for a special train from
l'ortagevillo sind return on that
day. Hon. Joe .). liussell ot
HON. ,IOK .1. KlSSKl.L.
Missouri, and Hon. FinK C.arrett
ol Tennessee will be anions tin;
speakers. A bras band will
lui'iiisli music lor tin occasion.
'Phis will be the opening of the
democratic campaign in Peinis
cot county. This will be a big
day, and every democrat and his
lamily should o and have a good
tune.
1'. S. Berry, who was for so
1 me- a time connected with
the Southeast Missouri Tele
phone Company as local manager
but who went into the transfer
business a few months ago, has
uain accepted the management
ol the local exchange, vice C. I
Walker, resigned. FA has num
erous friends who will be pleas
ed to know that he is again con
nected with the company. Ca
r uthe rsville Democrat.
So far, we have been unable to
get both sides to the little shoot
ing scrape in this city Saturday
night, hence we do not attempt
to give particulars. V presume,
however, that the matter has
been settled to the best interest
Of all parties, and the least said
the better.
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NOT
the prettiest store in
town, but a dandy
place to trade.
Try us.
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AVERILL'S STORE
AN EXCEPTION.
The merchant sells-calico, do
inestic. etc.. at so much a yard,
the price begets depending upon
the price he has to pay, and lie
ligurcssi prolit, The giocor has!
si price for sugar sind coffee gov
erned by the price he has to p:iy,
suul he gets his protit. The
hstrdware dealer figures his price
per pound for nails. The under
tsiker gives you smy priced colli n
)r casket you wsint. The real
estate dealer has his price for
Ismd and the landlord his price
for rent, sdl of which is figured
sit a profit for the csipital invested.
The newspaper man is the only
exception, according to the opin
ion ol some he is a kind of ethe
real myth and volatile. Jle
conies from whence wo know
not and departs as h csimo, no
better than he csiine. and al
though he has spent his life in
supplying iuformu'inn, amuse
ment, recreation ami educsition,
he hii never been worthy of smy
recognition or .substantial re
muneration lor his years of toil
and effort for humanity. His
goods have no value. His paper
is not worth paying for, unless
you feel able to donate a dollar,
yet the town is not worth ;i tink
er's dam without it. Ilissul
vertising space ought to be given
free, yet the business of the
world is dependent upon it it is
the solicitor that works hardest
sind accomplishes most and it
costs so much per inch, per
column, per page to produce it.
But it is not worth sinythinir -just
so much paper no labor, no
hired help, no rent. fuel, lights,
expensive machinery or ye irs of
preparation. Kvery town wsints.
needs and must have si paper,
but somehow, it should just
come, exist, go on. year after
year, serving the genersil public,
the town, churches, schools,
lodges and good government,
without money and without price.
It is the only thing that should
not be paid, patronized or sus
tained. H.W. Bliiir of Caruthersville
was in this city S;tturdii. .
C&WjjJHUBMKCmD4 ffyj'-- ifai"jj ttBmrSIuBfinlrtjJkJtiLfth It link
JBRSs If Hk
Uncle Sam "Honestly, What
dency or
C. B. .hickson and family of
Van Buren, Ark., were here last
week, visiting Mrs. Jackson's ,
brothers, I'Yed sind Charles Mor i
gan. They have msiny friends
here who were glad to see them,
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LEFLERS DRUG STORE I
?ifecgamfag HAYTI, MISSOURI "teM 3emedle I
Are You Running for, the Presi
for Revenge?
From the New York Herald.
Mrs. Dr. .1. W. Johnson and
children sire isiting friends and
relsitives sit Fulton, Ky. They
will return home about October
i'(), when the doctor will meet
them with his automobile
"If You Are Not Our
Everything from Everywhere
For the School Room
School Books, Pencils, Inks, Mucilages,
Tablets, Fountain Pens, Erasers,
Book Straps, Pencil Boxes, Book Satchels
Crayons, Etc.
GAME EXPOSED.
W. E. Brown of Wardell, dem
ocratic nomiiu'e for associate
judge, wsis in this city a short
while Monday night, on his re
turn from Caruthersville, where
he had attended a meeting of the
Democratic Central Committee.
1 iil i r 1 1 ti it n tti o in liirrii oitit!fk?
i uviji uiwn u t (in iii iiiii oj'll l ur
sind having si hearty laugh about
the scheme the republicans tried
to work on him. Evidently, the
republican boss miscalculated
the lusin, and now their game is
exposed, .ludge Brown says
that he would take particular de
light in beating some good re
publican sit the fsill election, and
least expected to finish the nice
done. Verily, what hsis become
of all the good republicsins: has
the boss tsiken the party away
I'rom them?
Mrs. John Eledge, nee Msixey,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "W. A.
Maxey, after a lingering illness,
died very suddenly Saturday af
ternoon. She was soon to
become si mother, and at the last
moment, the doctors seeing that
she was dying, sind still in
hopes of saving at least one life,
took heroic methods to deliver the
child, but it wsis too late. Mrs.
Eledge was laid to rest Sunday,
in Dry Hayou cemetery. The
bereaved family have the sympa
thy of their many friends,
Customer You Will Be."
UPPLIE
HAYTI INTERESTED.
Caruthnrsville Democrat: At a
meeting of the city council held
Isist night, the 20-year franchise
asked for by Southeast Missouri
TelephoneCompany, was refused.
The company proposed to .spend
some $2.",000 or $JO.(XX)on an im
proved plant in this city, agree
ing to make it second to none in
the country, staking for an exten
sion of its franchise from eight
years, which it still has to twen
ty years, and to increase its toll
rates commensurate with the
service to be given. The council
seemed to feel that the franchise
of 20 years was more sought af
ter than a betterment of the ser
vice, hence refused the preferred
improvements.
Dan Dortdi returned on Satur
dsiy of last week from a visit to
his old home at Springville,
Tenn. He made the round trip
on his motorcycle. Just before
he started on his return, Henry
Dortch and H. B. McClure con
cluded to go over sind return
with him, but Dan left a few
hours too soon, and they missed
meeting by taking different
roads at Troy, Tenn.
Mr. Cook, one of the good
young barbers of Caruthersville,
is now holding down a chair at
the Henry Kansburgh shop.
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