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title: 'The Hayti herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1908-1922, October 24, 1912, Image 1',
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AN UNTERRIF'.ED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1912.
JUST OUR LUCK.
:t ii -
THE COLORED VOTER.
The netfi'u oter is botf inning
to feel the need i)f a new emanci
pation. Fur years he ha follow
ed with characteristic faithful
ness and humility the banner of
republicanism. He has believed
the interest of .his people was
best conserved that way. lint :i
consciousness of citizenship in 11
broader sense has Ioiik been
growing in the minds of the col
ored voters of the north. They
tire seeing more and more plain-
Enterprise mini overlook
other good thing.
While tearing down the old En
terprise building on South Main
Street, which they recently
bought of D. Hoekaday.
l-'lynu Bros, discovered six
quarts of bottled in bond whis
key, which had evidently been
stored in the ceiling tor years.
Mr. Plynn say the bin we was
not less than ten ,ear. old, as
the stamps on i h bunle showed
thut it had been bottl-din 1902. ly that their interest are identi-
TIhj great wunder in Omnite cal with the interests of the
this weekishowsnchexperienc-lcounlry .lt ,.,,,,. Tlie turiff
mJhill V T Ur T 1Ciitl,r vies its exactions upon white
ougn, Bui tone, (.larland Buck, ,,,,,., , ,
.lira Coldren. .1. W Rvder and imd black alike, and the trusts
t.ie present editor walked around make no racial distinction when glass factory there, and
lor years nnder that cache and they raise the price of neccssi-
tiever suspected what they were tiil. Tho L.0ion.d voter knoWM
uverlooking. It is unlv unotli v ,u. , t , ., . , .
lM.ll)mhi,. . , ,, ... , tins and he also sees ml his
case ot tne editor s liard luck.
The building was one of the unquestioning adherence to one
tirst to be erected m Oranito, 'p't.V lessens his influence in
and has been used most of the public affairs and belittles his
Hon. Frank Kelley of Cape
GiranhMu. Mo., is the democatie
candidate for judge of the cir
cuit court, to lill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of
Judge Charles H. Paris, and
every democratic voter is due to
support him. There is not one
solitary reason why he should
not be elected and every reason
j why he should be elected.
Mr. Kelley was born in St.
I Louis in 18137, and soent the per
iod of childhood on the farm in
Jefferson county. In the first
days of Crystal City his parents
moved to that town and as a, boy
he worked four years in the
the brick yards of that, city and
De Solo for three summers and
on the farm in the winter. He
attended the public schools of
that county, taught school, and
later attended the Normal School
OUR FOURTH YEAR.
Subscribers, this is not a dun,
but a reminder. On October '11
the Her-ald will round out its
fourth year, and on that date
Notice, is hereby given that a
special election will be held in
the City of Hayti. Pemiscot
county, Missouri, on Tuesday,
the J 2th day of November, 1912,
many of our subscriptions expire, to test the sense of the. voters on
it will ho in mvior then to renew, the questions as to whether or
and we. will ask every one to be
not horses, mules, cows, hogs
in1 fit.linv ufru'lr mi iHihtlo will lw
as prompt as they possibly can. restminti(1 from running at large
It is quite expensive to send a. in naicl uitv. and -whether or not
tI Ttin no i itxitAtUtr . .Y! .1,1 I- ... - K i
......u, .uhuj; '', wiuiigiii standing as a citizen. This feel- M ape uirarueau m tne years i ,.,..: n
forawhileit was used asares-i: ."..., , ... iaio,,.i nun. o ...i i , to assist, us.
Illy IMIIUll I llf UtUUI tJU VUU'IS IS -. iwm h-u, iih-ii nau l.ltt .11 u
solicitor out to attend to these
expired subscriptions, and we
hope to avoid this as far as pos
sible. So why not everybody
eitluy come, in or send their dol
lar for another year.
To tell when your time is out,
notice the printed address on
your paper, and if it is thus:
Doe, John oct '11 VI
then your time is out October '11.
15)12. or if it should be:
Dne. John dec 7 12
then your time would be out
December 27, 15)12.
Kindly remember this and try
We do not want to
section 1 of chapter 21 of the
Revised Ordinances of said city,
defining and extending the cor
porate limits of said city, shall
become a law and be approved by
the voters of said city, which
election has been ordered by the
Mayor and Board of Aldermen
of said city bv resolution and" Mrs. Robt. Cambron of Osceo
order of record. Notice is futher ha, who has been visiting her sis
given tnab rue polling place, or
uli1 .j1.ft.iin uliull li.i .it. llin ritT- i XifX
7twj. 1.11.V.UIIU .llllll Ut UU bill V 11
THE LADIES AID.
The Ladies Aid of the Baptist
Church met with Miss Eva Allen
last Wednesday. After the us
ual work, light refreshments
were served. Several new mem
bers are being added and the
meetings are becoming a pleas
ant occasion. The ladies are pre
paring to give a Bazaar in Decem
ber, the exact date to be given
later. The next meeting will be
witn Mrs. "Win. Bolen, Wednes
day, Oct. 24.
Hall in said city.
P. S. Ravenstiun, Mayor.
Bob Hillard, seve
roturned home Mon-
! lose a name, but instead we want)
tanratit. ami m ft f.-i .! a
i...l.:w. l i. i. .. . i. .. .. Iui-tili.tinitfithnr.it. hue nvnracanil Was admit ted IO tile blLI lit Hills
iuubius linn.,.'. 1 1 nus oeen mov-' ' " - -v.., ... - . n-im.'s we i-an
tul three times, and is now being - itself in a national organization horo in September, 18, iUui to .uiu an tne new names w.. an,
torn down bv Plvnn Bros., who'. liwn r rh "W.tirm..i hwinnnn. came to Scott uHintv in lS'.l.'i and any favor you can show us
will build a barn ot the lumber j llont i.,litioiU League. In this where lie was elected Prosecut
Srnnfte (Okial) Rnterprise "' I ainpn ten the league is working ing attorney in 1893 and was re-
Now. we jiimii..- iii.i hi.iiov.J for the eli.eti.m of V!im imrt i Reeled three terms, serving mi-
j -. .--.. .. ... .. ui v. v ---- ---- .--.-.---..- ,. ,...---., v.....
that Judge Ryder had. somethine' m ,..,i,., ii r. i;,.... k:..u til January, 1907. He moved to
in the upper story (besides gray ' ' i Cape Girardeau in 151015.
matter), else K. C. Cox would i is beingsent to tens of thousands lNh. Kylly is u Injm of th(.
fhirTSfUUTrOUSabont,lf color(lrt "'on throughout the pie and a safe man for the high
tile establishment. It, was somei . , , -, , , . . . ,. , ,
of t.hn .ludcrn'j ,.h-.inf .-tii t....i- country, should command their position to which the people call
thoughtful attention.--Republic, him.
will be remembered.
William H. Wallace of Kansas
City will speak at the court
house at Carnthersville, Satur
day afternoon at. 2:00, Oct. 2(5,
for an "amendment for honest
elections, and against the single
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Complete with nails and cement. 108 sq. ft. per roll.
mHE AMPHION QUARTETTE occupies an enviable
" position in the lyceum world. The aristocracy of pure
musical genius pervades this rare organization. Each
gentleman is an artist in his own right, resulting in a per
fect balance to the whole ensemble, whose delicate shad
, ing and tone-color .is equalled I only by unusual dynamic
i power. All that music lovers expect in brilliant rendition,
' sustained power and faultless blending is realized by the
I-Ply $126 2-ply $1J0 3-piy $i
Roofing caps, per lb.
Single and double strength. All sizes,
cut to measure
Putty, bulk 5c per pound. One pound cans ioc.
Red Rosin, 500 sq. ft. per roll. 20 lb. per roll 50c. 25 lb, per roll 60c.
FIBEROID gray sheathing, extra heavy, per roll of 400 sq. ft. $1.00.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
St. Louis, Mo.
The artists on the program were in every way a pleasure and re
peated encores attested to the satisfaction with which they war
rpceived. Globe Democrat.
The members of the Amphion Quartette are graceful entertain
ers. Daily Herald.
It has been a pleasure to commend repeatedly the work of thes.
singers. The Amphions have won their audiences everywhere, nm
only by their beautiful work in music but also by their good jolly
fellowship with the people across the footlights whom they enter
tain. Sedalia Democrat-Sentinel.
RUDDY HARVESTER, a high grade oil for all farm machinery, per gallon 50c.
Motor Oil, for automobiles and gasoline engines, per gal. 65c
DRY BATTERIES, for automobiles, gasoline engines, telephones, etc., each 25c
m i " 1 1 1.1 1 1 ,1 11 1 .
"If You Are Not Our Customer You Will Be."
LEFLERS DRUG STORE
The Amphion Quarlette is one of a series of five entertainment?,
that will be given here during this season. All are educational and in
structive and a single one is worth the price of a season ticket. We
have never before had in Hayti a series of entertainments of this high
class and only by the merchants guaranteeing the sum of $200 were
we able to secure this series. Its to your benefit to buy a season ticket
for $2, which entitles you to a reserved seat throughout the series.
All money made over and above the expenses incident to con
ducting these entertainments will be given to the school library fund,
therefore it is to the interest of each and every one to lend all the assist
ance possible in securing a good attendance.
HAYTI, MISSOURI 'kM .
Season Tickets, reserved seat for the five entertainments
Reserved Seat, one entertainment only
Single Tickets, one entertainment only, not reserved
Single Tickets, children under 1 2 years, not reserved
Tickets on Sale at Leflers Drug Store
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