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THE HAYTI HERALD.
VOL. I.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1909.
NO. 36.
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SCALP DANCE PICNIC ;MURDER ND SU,C,DE
Jealousy Crazed Man Kills Friend
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN TO CELEBRATE
Greatest Day in History of Hayti Will be August 20 and 2 1 Bar
becue and Many Entertaining Features for Every One to Enjoy.
The Prophets unci the Sachems from
the seven tribes of Improved Order of
Red Men of this countj met at the city
hull at this place lust Friday and per-Jot-ted
arrangements for a great Scalp
Dance and picnic at Hajtl on Friday
and Saturday, August 20 and 21.
While other towns were anxious to
hscuic the picnic, the warm greeting
and cordial invitation extended the
delegates hj our Major, John T.
Uucklej , and the central location and
railroad facilities of Hujti decided in
her favor.
The features decided upon were:
I. A Scalp Dance, in which more
than oOO Red Men will participate,
more than 150 of which will lie in full
Indian costume.
2. An Old Fiddlers' .Contest. This
will bring back memories of other dajs
to mnn.v old timers. Kd.
;. An Indian Raid, picturing1 con
test between the Indians and early set
tlers in the capture of a prairie schoon
er. t4. I Saloon Ascension.
V). Indian Riding Races.
ti. Indian Drills.
". Sack Races.
8. Foot Races.
St. Woman's Race.
Id. Hall Game.
II. Jumping.
12. Barbecue.
l.t. Council File.
11. War Dance.
l.". Speaking.
The Ladies' Dixie Band of 18 pieces
will ho in attendance, as well as one
or two more good bunds, one of whiuh
will be the Indian Hand.
The following committees were ap
pointed: 1. Advertising and speaking: V.
I'. Adams, Arthur Allen, J. T. Muck
lev, Win. York and Amos llullman.
2. Amusements and stands. W. A.
Uuitj, T. H. Collins, J. .) Morgan,
L. C. Averill, C. L. Kssarj, W. IS.
Iluddleston and Alon.o Cummings.
Committees Nos. 'A and 4, on linance
and general business, and transporta
tion and rates, will bo named later.
.j. Harbecue- J. F. Holmes, W. I).
Dyer, K. D. McMullen, W. W. Ilucka
bj , lid Smith, L. C. Hickerion and T.
O. Hajnie.
The convention was called to order
by the organizer, II. L. Davidson,
who has the assurance ol the Red Men
throughout his territory that the will
give their presence and assistance to
make this the greatest attraction ever
given in Southeast .Missouri. Kates
on railroads and river will besecured
ed, and a general good time is assur
ed to all who attend.
Those attending the convention as
delegates were: Rev. Allen I). Ran
kin, Henry Wilson, T. K. Collins, J.
J. Morgan, Herbert Gallager. Ike
Hales, W. H. Iluddleston, W. A. Cui
r.v , V. 1. Adams, Amo Hull man and
II. L. Davidson.
and Self at Concord.
JUNE EXAMINATIONS. ,
The teachers in attendance at Caru
thersville for the tegular June exami
nations June 2o and 20 were:
Mis. Anna Dunklin, Misses F.thel
Dunklin, Annie Ilobson, Duloie Hrv
ant, Hayti; Miss Ethel Webb. Drag-'
gadocio, Miss Mae Dark and Messrs. ,
Luther Jackson and J. 1'. Hums, I'oi-I
tugeville: Misses Lilu Northern, Jean-1
nette Howell and Messrs II. II. Helm I
and Owen Thompson, Caruthersv llle;
J. W. Green, Stewart: John Smith,
Tvler; Hattie Caldwell, (col.) Cotton-!
wood Point.
Judge S. I'. Williams has bought
the Mrs. Hli. i l'ophum lurm. near
town, .mil will soon eiect a modern,
two-story residence, and make it his
home. The Judge has also sold his
residence in town to Kimiiett Vainer.
We are glad to see the Judge making
these changes.
CIVIC LEAGUE TO PLAY.
The ladies of the Civic League will
give a pla.v at the city hall, Monday
night, July .".
It will be patriotic and comic, and
will be worth jour while to see. These
am the ladies w ho gave the ' 'Old M aids'
Pla.v."
Admission 10 cents.
The Childien's Day exercises at the
ISraggadocio Huptist church lust Sun
duy was something grand. An
elaborate program was carried out
and an immense congiegution was
present. We l egret that wo are not
able to give the program in full. One
of tho nice features of the day was a
drill by the Covington Royal Neigh
bors. Dinner was served on the
giound, and in keeping with her past
record, every one went away feeling
better toward old Braggadocio.
No. 1.184.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT
or tne nnanciai condition or the
CITIZENS BANK OF HAYTI j
at flay ti, State of Missouri, at the'
close of business on the 2.1(1 day of
June, lilO'.l, published in the Ilnyti
Herald, a newspaper printed and
published at Hayti, State of Mis
souri, on the 1st day of July, IDO'.i.
RKSOURCKS.
Loans and discounts, un
doubtedly good on person
al or collateral 2.j 2!IS 8.-j
Loans, real estate ." l."ii h0
Overdrafts 7S ."SO
Real estate (banking house) 2 o00 00
Furniture and fixtures 1 80:i 00
Due from other banks and
bankers, subject to check.. 7 Still 41
Cash items 1 42.") '.i't
Curiency 1 2.S4 00
Specie..- 1 :i(tit 15
Lust Sunday at about 10:.'J0 u. m.,
at ( 'uncord, in front of Hurry Hender
son's store, John Head shot and in
stuntly killed Ott Hush, and then put
a ball through his own brain, from
the eflects of vvhi'jh he soon died.
From what we can learn of the facts
the deed was well planned, and that
Head hud stated to purlics the duy
before that he intended to commit the
act.
It seems tliat tho two men had been
friends, and even at this time Bush
did not suspect any ill will, but booth 1
men weie pay ing attention to the same
woman, a Mrs. Donnie Kelley, and
Head being of a more jealous turn of
mind, allowed himself to to become I
desperate. I
The woman in question hud been '
living in their neighborhood, but lute- '
ly hud taken up her abode in Curutli
ersville, it is said to escape the utten-
lion of Head, but both men were desir-'
ous of having her return to their
neighborhood, and on Saturday both i
men went to Caruthersville together,
horseback, bent on the same purpose. I
On Sunday they hired a livery rig
jointly to bring tho woman back, but
Hush accompanied the woman, Head
riding horseback with tho livery boy, I
who was to return with the rig to Ca-'
ruthersvllle.
Head and the livery boy arrived at,.
Concord ahead of Hush and Mis. Kel
ley, and when the two drove up theie.
was some words about an exchange of
pistols that had been made, but not
in an amiry mood, both men were
armed.
When Hush and the woman staited
to drive away Head filed font shots in
rapid succession, all taking effect in
the back of ISush, in range of the bpin
column, causing almost instant death.
The shots frightened the homes,
which weie brought to a hall within
about foity yuids by the woman.
Realizing what lie had done, Head
made the lemuik to bystanders that he
would kill himbelf, and walking down
the road to where the woman had
stopped the horses, and looking at the
Cot pse of Hush, he tinned away and
tired a ball into his own brain,
fioni the ell'ects ot which, he soon died.
Dr. T. J. Tiuiitman was immediately
called from Hayti. but when he ai liv
ed on the scene Head was found to be
beyond surgical aid.
It does not seem from the informa
tion at hand that the woman was to
blame foi the killing, and a sliange
coincidence istliat two men weie killed
un hei account in Dunklin county not
long ago.
I'm lioniliilii Ui MIIi-h Antl-l'.iin Pills
m
Total 10 784
o
80
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in MO 000 00
Surplus lund 1820 00
One of the most important things in
running a nowspuper is to know whut
to publish and whut not to publish.
It is generally harder to keep certain
"things" outofupuperthun it is to get
"tilings" to ti 1 1 up. It is not so much
in knowing what to put in as it is in
knowing what to keep out. We do
not begin to publish all wo know -if we
d.id we'd have to start a private ceme
tery, we suppose.
Wo ure closing out our Uolumbia,
Victor and Zonophonu 10 inch records
at 45 cents each. Wo have 1.000 re
cords in stock, Also h good discount
on graphoplionoB. Olms. Goodrich,
CaruthorBvllle. ,
Mrs. Frank Gwin and Miss Carrie
Richmond attended the children's day
und basket dinner, at Hraggudoeio
Sunday. They report a nice time and
plenty of every thing good to eat.
A full line of fruit jars, rubbers and
cans, at J. L. Dorrla'.
Undivided prolits, net !)18 74
Due to bunks and bankers,
subject to check 4 !!M it'.t
Individual deposits subject
to check 22 71(1 1.1
Timo eertilieates of deposit . (i 300 00
Total 10 781 SO
ss:
Statu of Missouri, I
County of I'emiscot, f
We, A. J. Dorris us president, und
C. J. I'rov Ino as cashier of said bank,
each of us, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of our knowledge and belief.
A. J. Downs, President.
C. .1. 1'hovini:, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo,
this 28th day of Tune, A. I), nineteen
hundred and nine.
Witness my hand und notarial seal
on tho date lust aforesaid.
(Commissioned and qualified
for a term expiring May 11,
11)011).
JOHN T. 15UCKM.Y,.
Notary J'ublic
Correct Attest:
A. J. IJOHitis
J. S. Waul l Di
G. W. Doriiks
I CHEAP TRIPS
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irectors.
LOS AMGELES
On account of the ELKS
July 11-17. Sale Days
June 24 to July 1 2.
Round Trip $57.50
SALT LAKE
On account of the G. A. R.
August 9-1 4. Sale Days
July 27 to August 6.
For full details and for rates
anywhere out west, call on
J. G. SARIUS
Agent Frisco Lines '
HAYTI, ... MO.
HARD TIMES
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T TALK
About "Hard Times" unless
you want to save money, and
if you want to save money,
be careful with your expen
ditures. It pays to look be
fore you leap and to investi
gate before you buy. If I did
not know that my prices
would stand your investiga
tion I certainly would not ask
you to investigate.
Come and get my prices.
They tell their own story.
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It would be foolish for me to ask you to my store
unless I know that my prices are right, and the reason you
do not come is because you do not know. Of course you
are perfectly honest in your opinion, and an honest mistake
is the greatest mistake in the world and he hardest to over
come. What I want is to convince you. Make out your
bill and come and get my prices. If you will do this you'll
find some of the leaks that make hard times harder and I
may help you to save many dollars. Let's talk it over.
L. O. AVERILL
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A BANK THAT
IS STRONG
in money, in men and in a desire to make its service
of practical value to every man or woman who favors
it with their account.
CJ If you are not already one of our customers,
try a checking account with us; deposit your checks
or cash. No matter what bank your checks are on,
we will cash them and give you a neat pass book and
a check book. In this way you will also have a re
ceipt for the money you pay out. We pay 4 per
cent, interest on time deposits.
HAYTI
OFFICERS
John L. Doiutis, I'rea. L C. Avi:iuu., Vico-Pres.
T. A. McNail, Caflbier.
DIKKCTORS:
John L. Doukib. Jack avkiui.i.. , L. I,. Li:ki.b.
Dit. J. W. Johnson. I. Koiin. h. 8. Stkahnb.
Stkrung H. McOakty.
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CITIZENS BANK
OF HAYTI.
Capital $10, 000
Loans to PannorH, MerohantB anil Lumbermen. Rates
Reasonable. Good Notes Bought. Deposits Soliuitod. Fair
and Oourtoous Treat inent.
DIRIXTORH:
A. J. Dorris. D. 0, Stubbs. 0. J. Provine.
J. H. Walil. a. W. Dorris,
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