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It is to be hoped that the Ar
gus' "corporation" of Caruthers
villians will not swipe our public
school building and grounds.
mi. 1.1. . i.i r..l.. I
entry in the Official Manual of
the State of Missouri, against the
politics of the Hayti Herald, still
tablished a record for saying and
promising anything to the coun
try people, he will draw better
pay this l.ime perhaps he will
promise the county seat to Brag
gadocio, Steele or Cooter as a
By this tim most ovoryhorty
kiiow that the rating of
Hit' Hayti Horuld in the )!'
Ilcinl Manual of tho Stiilo of Mis
souri 1911-191:!, was I'aNi'. and
why it was falsi. The full inti'iit
was lo injure this paper.
A few days ago a bashful "boy
from the country was sent to
town with a sack full of rabbits.
He was noticed wagging his sack
around all day. and late in the
evpning to stroll nil" towards
homo. Arriving at homo his
nmtln'1 asked him why In hadn't
sold tin' rabbits and ho told her i
Talk about "wildcatting,"
"gold bricks," "get-rich-quick,"
and "blue-sky deals," talk
about them all you want to, but
that "Corporation" of Caruth
orsvillians which the Argus says
is being formed to "take over
Hayti's public square, hold it for
an investment and to permanent
ly settle the county seat ques
tion," has got all the aforesaid
schemes skined ninety-nine dif
ferent ways, and then some.
Why, we expect to find the Ar
gi's reporting that litis "Corpor
iition" of ('arutlii'r.svillians lnivo
piii'i'hascd titles to an earth-
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Jut received, a car of Llmo. Tho
Little River Lumber Co. 28-4tf
D. D. Harbert was in Steele
Andy Shaw is among the Her
Don't forjjet that yon can fret a 81
pair of overalls at Buckley's for 00c.
Mrs. W. H. Johnson was ill a
few days ago.
Win. Welker has placed his
name upon our honor roll.
.Just received, a now
bi'is." tl i-set thsit lit'
line of "K:i-
, ul llui'klivx'i.
Von Mayes, who has been ill for
Two nice - little girls arrived
Sunday night to take up their
abode at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Helm. They were es
courted by Dr. Mayes.
Nice, new, neat, clean, well lighted
oflJce rooms for rent. Rooms just fin
ished. Nice, light hallway between.
On tho convenient corner, over the
Morgan Building. See Fred Morgan.
J. R. Brewer, the New Madrid
lawyer, was in Hayti awhile Fri
day, while changing cars from
Advertising and Printing.
Hereaftor, all printing and " "adver
tising for churches, etc., will be charg
ed for at regular rates, and our do
nations will bo made In cash.
Obituaries, resolutions and cards
of thanks will be charged for at half
Ladies Aid notices, dates and spe
cial church services always published
All programs, half price.
All news notes before and after any
affair, will be gladly publiscd free.
A. li. West of Tv'iT.v was in
no one had asked him what, Wils "piaUe. tlie eelipse ol ll.e moon. ,llis eily Friday night
;., ii... ......I. M......1. li',.,,,, ..-v.. or me i;m oi :i i-iimei aim m
..,..! 1.K..II ..o.i.U in fliU ihiv anil holding it fill
1" ' ' '" " ' l-"-"-' T
- -- age. .von must open your sack
Wonder what Hill Lucey will ,an(l keep shouting the merits of
think about the St. Louis Uepiib-Wour stock in trade.
lie carrying under its heading
The slogan: "America's Foremost i Talcing into consideration tho
Democratic Newspaper"? We past record of the Argus, if the
think the title is pretty well ,.ountv unit law is passed we will
It. .1. .Miller of I'ortagevillo
was in this city a short whil"
earned and we are glad to see
the Republic conscious of its
not have another local option
election, as the drys have had
almost three years in which to
ask for an election in Caruthers-
A few years ago tlu same, viuLS Und have not even intimated
crowd that is trying to swipe such a thing. Tt is pretty plain
, Vim can rit n ilniiil, pair of leather
work gloves for .")0ceiils. at liuckley's.
our city hall and square, tried to
swipe every alternate lot in the
that instead of wanting the coun
ty unit, the Argus wants it like
original town of Hayti, but theyitwas pjoti to 1910, with the
forgot that poor old Pete Wil
liams had not joined old Dr.
Hayes in eternity, and their
scheme failed. However, they
neglected to refund the money
ihoy niched from the people.
Might not that "Corporation"
of Caruthersvillians which the
Argus says is being formed "to
take over Hayti's public
square and hold it as an invest
ment," also, i n the same,
way, "take over and hold for an
investment" the toots of Ga
briel's horn? The "invest
ments" in one will prove as pro
fitable as in the other.
county dry and Caruthersville
wet, and that its county unit
howl is a blind, at least, the Ar
gus' silence on an election in Ca
ruthersville and its wild and
frenzied solicitation for the coun
ty outside of Caruthersville is
sufficient to cause this belief.
Look out lor local option
schemes. It will soon be time
again to vote the county dry and
Caruthersville wet. We see
where one of the schemers is al
ready billed to make a talk at a
church affair on the saloon ques
tion he is one of the "spaakers"
of 19015, and of course, having es-
When your Uncle Cornelius
Roach, Secretary of the State of
Missouri, gets out the -next Of -licial
Manual oPthe state, he
should not forget to address his
only inquiry for information re
lative to Pemiscot county news
papers to Bill L'icey, for Bill has
a store of knowledge and bright,
scantillating ideas such as Cor
nelius desires to enable him to
give the patronage of his office to
a paper that does not deserve it.
Cornelius says he and Bill are
old friends, you know, and of
course state officers are placed in
their positions for the especial
benefit of their frie ids.
Yos. the assault of that Cm
poration" of Caruthersvillian
upon Hayti's public square, may,
"settle the eountv seat question Mrr (i D',,,',N who Wils '
permanently." Ma.vti may not lM'rtt'l 5 s"v,1'1' ""- ll"r,, is
be able to get the necessary two S,,H "1 to Iht im.mii.
third vote for the removal of the Mrs. S. .J. .Joll'ri'ss and daugh
eounty seat, but can, and will, in, tor, Miss Winnie, were ill sever
any election, until given a square ,ti ciavs !lst week,
deal, cross the line with more , xu.Pl.orn,.r lx.sillt.ncei close ,, for
than votes necessary to prevent , sale at a bargain. See Linn Lelier. !Uf.
the people lrom being taxed to
build a guildod temple at Ca
ruthersville. The plan of the
Arirus is a very good way to
"settle the county seat question; Albert Blankonship of Bragg
permanently," and has about iidocio was in Hayti Saturday
rlnnn n niilo rlin fair-mill fieri . altOl'lldOU
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I Esq. J. M. Hallof Godair town
ship was in this city Friday
people of Pemiscot county
should forget a thing or two.
FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS
GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS
FROM THE ORIGINAL CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS
lAtYJtaSETWAKKttU)..CaAiai:9TOHLltaETYVjL S1IOCUB1C H ' AUGUSTA TRCCKEE-
wr.riLi, ih uruwi AlutUliur ILAT DUTCH
VUt Hud VuttU. iktm BuoMMkM.
Urtt toil LUI thtUft
TRADE MARK COPTRICMTgP
Established 1868. Paid in Capital Stock $30,000.00
Tom Patterson of Caruthers
ville was shaking hands with Ins
many friends in this city Thurs
day. Tom is an old Hayti boy,
and has many friends here who
are always glad to see him.
Bum coal for cooking and for oth
er purposes. You uan ,'et coal any
time, delivered to jour door. Phone
or send , our orders, and remember
that we sell coal winter and summer
unlike the man who crimes into w
the cream of the winter's business and
quits in the sprinr. llayti Storage.
(Jims. -Morgan. Mirr. 2(itf
F. M. Perkins left for St. Louis
Sundry to attend the Mississippi
Valley Retail Implement and
Vehicle Dealers' Association,
Have j on tried those mixed pickles
ai Buckley's. II not, you are missing-
Bob Popham returned from
St. Louis Friday, and reports
Charlie Reed getting along nice
ly. Before leaving for Portageville,
S. E. Cambron made arrange
ments for the Herald to visit him
Roofoid Rubber Roolinjr the best
composition rooting; made. At the
Little River Lumber Co. 27-4tf
Capt. B. F. Allen and son, Wal
ter, "W. H. Foley and Earl Bogan,
went up to St. Louis Monday
Will Argo of Pocahontas, Ark.,
was here Monday, visiting his
WtLTt?W tllft first FROST ruaat PLANTS In lM.fl Nnw lmriinr.Fttr.ntp rlimiftnnrl aflif.fl.w1
t ii'tomera. Wo tiavn itrawn and (old more c.bbiKe plants than oil other ner.ons In iho Sou'h.rn
siat.i cgmbln.d. win ? IlccauBe our lilnntsmtiBtplraio or wutend youriuoni'y Illicit. Order now:
It ltlmi topettheBo rlKntfl In your ttitiou to Kt't extra early cabbatre, and tUry nro the onet
Hint ncll for thoaii'St money.
Also crow run lino or
(.RtAlnrfnnntiilnlno vn I until A fnfnrmntlnn nrtnut. frit It.
biiil vi i' table jrrowlnir. l'rlci on Cabbat Plants:- Uy mall 1'iwtnirn l'nld 5 ct nts r 100 plaiim.
ItvexiufSH. buerialnei'itrFRrlmriris. which under fpeeml rnt Is err low 600 lor 81 00; 1.UO0
to I oiw SI to rcr tliousamliO.OOO to 9.000 J1.I5 er thousand: 10 UK) and over S1.C0 per thousand.
Wm. C. Geraly Co., Box 340 , Yongcs Island, S. C.
inn. "rii tM inu UiODI- IllOnfy,
We sow three ions of Cabbage Seed per season
l'i tilt tiecs and ornamentals. Write, fur free catalog containing vnluablf In!
which will beheld in the Coliseum parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. M.j
on January 21-21, 1M.5.
M. E. Dunavant was over from
Caruthersville a short while
last Wednesday. He is just re
covering from a severe spell of
A. Adams of Kennett was in
Hayti lat Wednesday, and rent
ed the room in the Guffy brick
just vacated by .1. P. Patterson,
where he will open a llrst class
butcher shop. He expects to
get open for business this week.
He is pretty well known to the
people of Hayti, having been in
business here before.
Rev. Orear of Caruthersville
preached at the Methodistchurch
in this city on Tuesday of last
Some vacant loti for miK. suitable
for thu'llinf,'-!. 'lVrms ca-.li or civil it.
See- Averill or McNail.
Wm. Knight went up to Chaffee
one day last week. Hf i- think
ing about going back to his rail
Dr. J. G. Crider reports the
arrival of a line girl at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pullman
Lot with two room house fur sale,
$1".', cash or eieilit. Mm- Acrillor
Residence and Land for Sale, j McNul1-
!) acr land unil nice, new 6-rooni Mrs. G. W. Owcn of Maiden
r-siilence, two blocks from public Lame OV(,r tm Wedni'-da.x of last
square, in city limits, for sale at u . . .,
bar-'aln. Mokuau Gaskins. 10-4t'week to viisit her tricnil, .Mrs.
Simplicity of Construction plus the best
materials and workmanship. The electrically
welded fence is x the strongest fence, the most
economical fence, the most durable fence ever made.
You don't have to pay for bungleaome wraps, ties, or
twists, which add nothing to strength, and which detract
from good appearance and from durability. The.
'-Pittsburgh Perfect' Fence
IszPne Solid Piece of.metal. Throughout
the wires helm? electricallv'welded at everv contact
point. 1 he weld is even stronger than the wires. Line
and stay wires are of the same size this counts 'for
strength, it is proor against stock, tune and wear
Every wire ii made of open hearth material conceded to bo far
superior to ttronter and tougher than Benemr tecl.. Every vrira
it ualvanued by Mio rooit improved procci.
"Pituburgh Perfect" Fences are made In 73 different stvlci for
every fence purpoie. Lion t buy any fence until you ee the
It's Delightful In
Fortunate folks who nan lireak
awuj from the bleak winters
here, can ifo to no more delight
ful places than the Gulf (.'oust
resorts of Texas. The unlimited
variety of recreation is made
douhly unjoj able by the balmy,
sunny weather. Oo this winter.
The Trip is Splendid too, via
You ride in splendid trains of
all-steel, electric lighted through
out, and enjoy Fred Harvey
meals all the way. Schedules
are quick; round trip fares
. 0. N. WATTS
Agent Frisco Lines
Ilavti. - Missouri
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given to all civdit-
ni' rintl ttli.i ifitms.tfrl In tin. Mtu!i.
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Kennett, Whore he Usui lieen ill ,f Dennis f. Slul.bs. deceased, that I.
tending court. .lohn F. Stubb,. administrator with
" will nnnexed of said estate, intend to
Dr. Mitves reports the tiri-ival ' ""lk linul 'ttleinent theref at the
1 next tenii of the i 'rebate ourt nl
tf two bullies on the 1 4t.ll, tl boy IVini-eot county. State of Missouri.
to Mr. ami Mis CJrmcr Hoolen,lto he held at Carnthersvillo, in said
count anil state, on the second .Mon
ttestf Hnyti. and a boy to Mr. and day in February. lillX
Mrs. Doiijsltiss Jotil af Cont-ord. I ,')atl'1 itl av'l, 1"''!,y '-' l!.i.
I John F. Stchhs. Administrator
Maek Stubblefield was over With Will Annexed. S-
from Citruthersvillc Wednesday,)
and also passed through tho J
town Thursday, attending to the
sheriff's duties, one of which was
in connection with the city hall '
Miss Beatrice Heard of Capo
Girardeau sends us two dollars
I for subscription, one for thei
family and one for her father, i
D. .1., who is expecting to change
his postoftiep. j
Jus. Waldrop, one of the old j
and highly respected citizens of
Pemiscot county, died at hi
home in Braggadocio on Satur
day night, January 4. He was
08 years old.
S. E. Cambron and family
have moved to Portageville, where
Mr. Cambron will run the Frisco
pump. The work here became
too heavy for him, since the new
coal chute was put in. He has
been here several years and has
As soon as the weather will
permit, C. P. Spann, the photo
grapher, will make the photos
for the :0,000 souvenir envelopes
we are to get out to advertise
Hayti. It may be two or three
months before the work can be
completed, and those having or
ders must be patient, because
this is a special line of work that
F. M. PERKINS,
"-Pl'-aV.Ps'y. Pi"fe.Pferi-'e,P3Vr'.,y. eK'?.-5-4-'. PsP) fei'05,feV6,fePj'fer!-
And have it of the best proportions, made of the best ingre
dients. Our wines and liquors cannot be surpassed as a ton
ic and cheering bracer. If yet unacquainted with our quality,
you are losing much by delaying longer. They are the purest,
of great strength and body, and exquisite flavor, and their
price is very reasonable.
We also handle Lemp's Falstaff and Tip Top Bottled and
Keg Beers, and a fine line of Cigars. Our place is firstclass
in every particular.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
We make a bpeeialty of mail order and out of town trade, and
fill orders same day received. Every package tiuurnnteod. If
you want somethini! for your family or for sickness, you surely want
the best. You can depend upon ns for a square deal. A trial
will convince you.
No Cheap Goods
Are permitted to bo set over our bar. Our saloon experience
is that people want the best. The volume and wonderful increase
in our business clearly proves this, and besides, you can como to
our saloon any time and yon will find the best class of people pat
Price List, For Your Guidance in Ordering:
Bottled in Bond,
Cedar Mrook, S vrs. old . fl -"
Old Continental 125
KilBewood 1 L'5
Old Harbeo 1 J5
Old V. S. Stone 1 i-5
Yellow- Stone 1 L'5
Old Forester 150
Ilullalo Springs ?t '-'.
I. W. Harper 1 U5
Vannissee Hyo 1 2"
Old Red Mill 100
Yellow Creek 1 00
Tom llayden 1 00
Holland Gin, double
Old Tom Gin 100
Imperial Dry Gilt 100
Alcohol, 188 proof 125
Apricot $ 75
Apple 1 00
Peach 1 00
All kinds of Domestic and
Imported Wines... 7oc to fl 00
Crystalized Peach and Hon
ey and Mock and Kyo 1 00
Yellow Stone, 7 yrsold...
Old Fox Kiver, 7 yis old
Old tick Hun, Syibold..
Cedar Gjovo Hyo
Muaon'sXXX 2 50
Mason'sXX 2 00
Yellow Com 2 00
. I 00
Fred Morgan's Saloon
John Scott, Manager