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West Side Square
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Hayti, - Missouri
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fixtures, good light day and night.
Courteous treatment. For a pleasant
hour, call and see us. Plenty of
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everything neat and clean. I respect
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PETER STUKIIT, Hayti, Mo
Phono No. 85.
Several times we have men
tioned the freaks in the assessed
valuation of Hayti nroperty, and
have shown pretty clearly that
the values were assessed too low.
No town con ever build up and
iimount to anything so long as
capitalists can buy up and hold
valuable property tit little or no
Perhaps one of the greatest
sinners against Hayti's growth
has been .1. E. Franklin, who has
held property for increase and
not for improvement: and his
price is usually prohibitive
more than any one will pay, and
as a result the lots remain vacant.
That the people may see how
Mr. Franklin does this, here is a
list of live of his lots on the
west side of the square:
Lots 7, 8, S), 11, i::. Assessed
Mr. Franklin's price on these
lots is $700 for No. 7 and S1500
each for Nos. 8, 9, 11, III, or a
total for the live lots of. . !?:, 100.
children, was not a party to the
partition suit under which the
Under the law Pete, Williams
is, according to the theory of
1 the plaintiffs, entitled to the pos
session of the one-fourth inter
est in the property in question,
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people who want to locate in it u "? plaintiffs shall recover
can buy property. i whole interest. Pete Williams
It is remarkable, when you 'as surviving consort of Nancy
come to think of it, that some of I Williams, is entitled to posse
the business lots worn hmmhr, . sion of one-fourth interest in
by the present owners 10 to IS
years ago, some of them as low
sis $4C to !?ri0. and they are still
said property on long us he lives.
Now. we cannot see or under,
stand how the supreme court
can hold the plaintiffs tire ru
in one pluco. whore the rental t,itk,(1 ln possession of all the
on the improved property js i tei est in the square when one
about 70 a month, the assessed fourth interest, under the law
valuation is only Ss(S(X).
Paste this in your hat.
It is being rumored about
the city that a corporation
is to be formed here for the
purpose of taking over the
public square at Hayti and
holding it as an investment.
It is said, that if such is
done, the question of the
county seat will be settled
Now, if the above is not sufli
cient justification for a citizen of
Therefore on S;i,l(X) worth of Hayti to express his disgust,
property, Mr. Franklin pays tlen we musfc confess that the
taxes on but SHOO. Is it any Wizens of Havti are. sunnosed to
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wonder that he does not sell
Start out to buy a business
lot and see what the price will be.
and then look up the assessed
valuation and you will be sur
prised. The same assessed rate will
apply pretty evenly on all the
lots around the square, and it is
remarkable that the same peo
ple who own them now have
been owning them for years,
holding them for a higher price,
and persistently screwing their
price up higher and higher as
prospects for the town
Considering this, it is a little
wonder that the town has not
grown and prospered more. No
town can grow so long as vacant
property is held for the increase
in price, and the only remedy is
to assess the proper value and
collect the taxes that will losen
While wo have taken .1. K.
Franklin for tin example, there
are still others, and lots that are
held at $(500 to $7;"0 and cannot
be bought at that are assessed
at SliiO to S2f)0, the Bank of Hay
ti paying the highest assessed
value, $1100, on a vacant lot on the
north side of the square.
These are facts and figures,
as any one can see from the
assessor's books, and it is to be
hoped thr.t a remedy can be
It is an assured fact that a
town can never grow until the
The "public square" referred
to by the Argus is a public
square in the city of Hayti and is
the property of the public who
bought and paid for it.
The lirst company to attempt
to deprive the people of Hayti of
this square were active citizens
of Caruthersville, and the scheme
to deprive us of this square was
hatched in Caruthersville.
Now, the Argus says a "COR
PORATION" of Caruthersville
citizens is to be formed to for-
iind the evidence in the case, was
not in them -that is, the posses
sory interest of this one-fourth
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il liiesiiu is ;iii ejei"i mi-ill Miiii, b
which is an action to recover pos
session of real property.
It is the common law, as ad
ministered in the courts of lOng
gland for years, and the courts
of Missouri, to give the husband
the right of the possession of the
land belonging to his wife at
t me of her death, where she had
children by him capable of in
heritance. This is known as an
estate by courtesy.
So. as the matter stands, the
circuit court's failure to recog
nize the one-fourth interest of
Pete Williams, leaves thesupreme
court but one alternative, unless
it finds for the city, and that is
to r everse the case, remand it
back for trial, and again, per
haps, in the absence of the com
promise, go back to supreme
court, which means seven or
eight years longer yet to await
Now, the gentlemen over at
C iruthersville who have been
laughing up their sleeve and in
clined to poke fun at the citizens
of Hayti can have a diversion,
thinking how they are going to
get around the Pete Williams in
terest in the square, as they
between a dollar saved and a dollar spent is just two dol
lars. Did it ever occur to you that way?
It's worth thinking over.
Another difference is the feeling you have afterward.
The dollar saved gives you a feeling of real pleasure it
may call for a little sacrifice for the time being but after
ward you feel better for having denied yourself and the
dollar is still yours.
That is the nice thing about having money in the bank---you
have saved it it is still yours you rati have it when
you wish. We make it a part of your business to have a
bank account have an account at this bank, for it not only
helps our business but yours more so.
CITIZENS BANK OF HAYTI
everueny nayutne privilege oi h,lVe failed to make him a party
owning the square, even by pay- t the suit, and lie is too honor
ing for itagainorotherwi.se, be- j ablo, upiight and honest to lend
cause it is desired to prevent hi s name or encouragement to
Gave Up Hope
"I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman
ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad
bourn, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint.
1 could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my
side; also a headache and a backache.
I (jave up and thought 1 would die, but my husband
urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle
helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, 1 could
do all my work. All the people around here said 1 would
die, but Cardui relieved me."
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For more than 50 years, Cardtii lias been relieving
woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and
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like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results
they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic
remedy for women.
Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or pre
vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles.
If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today.
Write to: Udle AdvUory Dept. Ctuttinoot? Medicine Co.. ChitUnooji. Tenn..
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Hayti, regardless of the desires
of the people of the county, from
ever being a candidate for the
Is this fair? Is it just.
Then, if there are enough peo
ple of this kind in Caruthers
ville, is it not reasonable to pre
sume that war must be declared
between the two towns, and
henceforth they will be tit odds?
Think back over the past few
elections, how Hayti has in
dulged Caruthersville--how we
have voted for her candidates
and her people and how we have
elected them to high offices,
when they could not be elected
without our vote, and how our
own men have neon deleated,
and see if our overtures and
good-will litis not been spurned.
Now, to add insult to injury, a
corporation is to be organized in
that, city to take from us that for
which we must be taxed until
Hl-'l) and pay SiIO.OOO.OO. and if
that is not full justiiication for
what we have said and may here
after say, then we are not capa
ble of knowing wbut is right.
Of course it is all right to
down Hayti. but when Hayti
Minds up and lights back just
listen to them howl, loud and
long. It would be mighty sntis-1
factory to them to have every
thing their own way, but this, is
a world where everything lias
any such contemptible schemes
as hae been perpetrated.
Who's the laugh on now?
FACTS IN Tl IK CASK.
There is no question but what
the public square case, now '"in
thesupreme court, will be re
reversed, for this reason:
The record in this case shows
that Nancy Williams before the
dedication by Dr. Hayes was
owner of an undivided one-fourth
interest, which she or her hus
band never conveyed. It also
shows that; her husband, Pete
Williams, by whom she had
WHY DO MEN ADVERTISE?
The man who conducts his
business on the theory that it
doesn't pay and he can't afford
to advertise, sets up his judge
ment in opposition to that of all
I the best business men in the
I world, says an exuerienced ad
, vurtising authority: "With a few
'years' experience in conducting
a small business on a few thou
sands of capital, he assumes to
know more than thousands whose
hourly transaction aggregate
more than his do in a year, and
who have made their millions by
pursuing a course that he says
dosen't pay, why is it that most
successful merchants of every
1 wn large or small, are the
heaviest advertisers? If adver
tising doesn't pay, who does the
most business? If it does not
piy, business linns in the world
spend millions in that. way. Is
it because they want to donate
those millions to the newspapers
and magazine publishers, or be
cause they don't know as much
about business as tlie six tor a
dollar merchant who says money
spent in advertising is thrown
away or donated to the man to
whom it is paid? Such talk is
simply ridiculous, and it re
quire more than the average
patience to discuss the proposiC
Ion of whether advertising pays
or not with that kind oi a man.
His complacent seif-conceil in as
sinning that he knows more than
the whole world is laughable
and reminds us of the man who
proved that the world does
not revolve by placing a pump
kin on a stump and watching it
When an officer of this bank see a depositor making steady
gains in his balances, our confidence in him grows.
When a depositor who has won our confidence requires
money with which to develop his business our large resources
enable us to give him all the credit his financial condition
The merchant, the builder, the farmer who does business
at this bank, receives its financial support when he needs it.
We invite all who want the strong resourceful bank to be
come depositors of the
BANK of HAYTI
TO MY FARMER FRIENDS
I have 50 head of good young mules now
in my barn for sale on fall time. Come
and see me. Yours for business.
J. M. McELVAIN
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Pete Meatte, Proprietor fr
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$1.00 per Quart
n Year Old Belle of Lexington Whiskey
Bottled in Bond. $1 .00 per Quart.
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of the BEST quality at the LOWEST prices
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1 have been in the saloon business for 45 years, and the fact
that 1 am still in the business is sufficient proof and guai
antee of my square dealing and of the quality of my goods.
aT rew brands
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Iliippy .luck. Anii'i'ii'tm Pride. Kentucky Tavern.
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Viiif, IJraiulii'i, (!iii. PfiiHi anil Honi,v, Kock and Rye, etc.
Out of town trade and mail orders a specialty. Try us.
The best work shirt for 45 cents,
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A NEW MAN IN A NEW PLACE, WITH OLD WHISKIES
Mail Orders and Out ol Town Trade
ALL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY RECEIVED
Whiskies,Wines, Beer and Cigars
Wo hundle all the best and stundurd brands, at custo
mury prices. Cull and see us when In town, or phone
or mull your orders.
1 North Side Square, - - Hayti, Missouri