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llnyt! Lodge Directory
M. W. A.
Hayti camp No. 9507, moots ovory
Friday night at Masonlo hall.
H. L. Davidson, V. 0.
J. T. Buckley, Clerk.
I. O. O. F.
New Fra lodgo No. 362 mooto ovory
Saturday night at Odd Follow hall.
O .P. Wells, Jr , N. a.
P. 8. Ravenstein, Sec.
O. E. 8.
Hayti ohopter-No. 217, moots ,2nd
and 4th Tuesdays, at Masonic hall.
Ada Juden, Wm.
Virq. P. Adams, Sec.
K. and L. of H.
Hayti lodgo No. 2717, moots 1st and
3rd Tuesdays, at Masonic hall.
VVm. Reasoner, Protector.
Anna Dunklin. Soc.
A. F. and A. M.
Havti lodgo No. 571 moots 1st and
3rd Thursdays at Masonio hall.
J. W. Johnson, Win.
Virg. P. Adams, Soc.
Paean camn Nn. 273 mnnf.a num-v
,.2nd and 4th Monday nights at Odd
Morgan Worth, C. 0.
0. J. Mayes, Clerk.
. M. P. L.
Hayti council No. 693 moots 2nd and
4th Thursday at Odd Fellow hall,
A. T. Hutson, Pres.
H. M. Ransdurqii, Soc.
Services at Methodist church, south:
Preaching 1st, 3d and 4th Sundays at
11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45
a. m. W. W. Tarkington, Supt.
Epworth League each 8unday 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting each Wed. at 7 p. m.
To all these services the public is
T. G. Fallin, Pastor.
Braggadocio 1st and 3rd Sundays at
11 a, m. and at night.
; Pascola, 2nd Sunday at 11 a. m. and
! at night.
Concord, 4th Sunday 11 a, m. and
G. M. Brooks, p, c.
Congregational Methodist, Pascola.
Services 1st and 4th Sundays and
nights and 4th Sunday afternoons.
J. L. Wolverton. pastor.
The Church of Christ will have ser
vices tho 1st and 3rd Sunday in each
month by Elder W. A. Burke.
Comparison for Misfortune.
Never repine at mlsfortunn, or envy
tho happiness of another, since It is
impossible for any man to form a
right Judgment of his neighbor's suf
ferings; for which reason determine
never to think too lightly of another's
complaints, bul regard the sorrows of
one's fellow-oieatures with sentiments
of humanity and compassion.--Addison.
A Golden Rule.
In reflections on tho absent, go no
farther than you would go if they were
present. "I resolve," says Bishop
Hovorldge, "never to speak of a man's
virtues before his face, nor of his
faults behind his back." A golden
rule, tho observation of which would
at one stroke banish from the earth
flattery and defamation.
Have Right to Admire Beauty.
There are somo very pretty women
who don't understand the law of tho
road with tegaid to handsome faces.
Nature and custom agree In conced
ing to all males tho right of at least
two distinct looks at every comely fe
male countenance, without any Infrac
tion of courtesy or tho sentiment of
respect. Oliver Wendell Holmes.
As a rule, long-lived persons have
been early risers, becauso they have
been good sleepers. By "good sleep"
Is meant sleep that Is sweet and sound,
without dreaming; tho body recuper
ates wholly. Those who lovo to rlBe
early generally are of this sort. They
have strong will nnd eood health to be
Can He Get Her In New York?
A Now York paper recently con
alned tho advertisement of a man
w',io wants a wlfo with tho following
qualifications: "Must bo handsome,
young, rch, sweet tempered, compan
ionable, not given to dissipation, will
ing to t lay homo nights, and must not
smoke, drink or gamble."
Poverty Is no crime, but a frightful
handicap. Most of tho misery of the
world Is caused by tho efforts of tho
poor to keep paco with tho rich. '
Tho dlnnnr boll should bo a elcnal
for tho happiest tlmo of tho day.
Evory mombor of tho family should go
to tho tabic In his moat genial mood.
Each ono should bring his best, bright
est and most cheerful things to it
No ono should bo allowed to complain
or rolato his or her troubles thero.
Tho assembling round tho dinner tablo
should bo an occasion for tho fun and
laughter and cheerful talk tho ene
mies of lndlgostlon.
World's Largeut Book.
Thsro llos in tho British museum
tho largest book yet printed, a colossal
atlas of engraved ancient Dutch maps.
II takes three men to move It from tho
giant bookcaso In which It Is stored
in the library of tho museum. It Is
bound In leather, magnificently deco
rated and Is fastened with clasps of
solid silver, richly gilt. It is nearly
seven feet high and weighs 800 pounds
and was presented to King Charles
II. before he left Holland In tho year
Appreciation of Genius.
It was a genius who said: "Only
genius can recognize genius." The
multitude, or generality of. "lookers
on" may enjoy, admire, appralso or
applaud but only tho few Initiated
can truly appreclato the worth of a
great artistic production. For It is
ono thing to enjoy, another to appre
ciate a work of art whether histrionic,
pictorial, musical or literary.
Flowers Made of Butter.
A basket of roses, made completely
of butter, basket and all, is being ex
hibited through England by tho gov
ernment of Victoria, one of tho states
in Australia, to remind tho mother
country of tho great agricultural
wealth that abounds there, says Popu
lar Mechanics. Over $15,000,000
worth of butter Is now sent annually
from Victoria to England.
Inducement for French Voter.
A Frenchman named Levlril has
left all his fortune to his native vil
lage, on condition that a banquet be
gl"en annually In memory of him, no
ono to be admitted but men who have
exercised their right of suffrage at
every opportunity during the previous
year. In France, according to report,
all sorts of Inducements have to br
offered to men to get them to vote.
Water that li ,s once boon heated,
or that has stood any length of time
in tho kettle, cannot bo m.ido to boil
as quickly as fieshly drawn cold wa
ter. If this fact were fully appreciated
it would have more weight with house
keepers as an argument against using
water that has stood over night than
numerous homilies on the unhealtbful
uess of stale water.
World's Best Clock.
The world'j best timekeopor Is sld
to be the electric clock in the base
ment of the Berlin observutory, which
was Installed by Pi of. Foster In 18U5.
It Is inclosea in an air-tight glass cyl
inder and has frequently run for pe
riods of two or three months with an
average dally deviation of only fifteen-thousandths
of a second.
Pursuit of Pleasure.
Cat an eye iito Hie gay world;
what see we, for the met part, but a
set of querulous, enucln'cd, fluttering,
fantastical beings, worn out In the
keen pursuit of pleasure; creatuies
thnt know, own, condemn, deplore, yet
still pursue their own infelicity? The
decajed monuments of error! The thin
remains of what is called delight!
There is a superstition that It 13
very unlucky for a woman to whistle
It arises from an old tradition that
while the nails of our Lord's cross
were being forged a womar stood by
and whistled, and, curiously enough,
comparatively few women ever whis
tle, Homo Notes.
Not a Good Carver.
"I never was so disappolntod In
my life!" said Mrs. Gotrox. "I invited
a few choice souls to dinner the oth
.e day and asked Dr. Cuttom, tho cel
ebrated surgeon, to carve for me. I
expected that he could carvo beauti
fully, and would you believe ho actu
ally spoiled the fowl! I wouldn't have
him operate on mo for tho world "
A goose eats corn and grows feath
em. A horse eats corn and grows hair
A coon eats corn nnd grows fur.
A cow eats corn and grows milk. A
hog eats corn and grows fat. A sheoi
eats corn nnd grows wool. A man eats
corn and grows tired of it, and that's
all he does grow.
"Mamma," said four-year-old Fred,
as ho came running In ono cold win
ter day, "I asked undo how cold win
ter was up at his houso, and ho said
It was 23 Inches bolow zoro."
Many a truth Is spoken in Jest be
causo Mio speaker Is afraid ho might
get knocked down it ho didn't speaii
tt that way.
Hero Is a Task.
A ask. T.i bo honest, to ho kind;
to earn a llttlo and to spend a little
less; to mnko upon tho wholo a fam
ily happier for his prosonce; to re
nounce when that Bhnll bo necessary,
and not to be embittered; to keep a
row frlendB, but theso without capitu
lation; nbovo all, on the samo glvon
condition, to kenp friends with himself,
heio Is a task to: nil that man has of
fortitude and delicacy. Robert Louis
I am coming to bellove that thero is
work for everybody somewhere. It
may not bo the work we want, and It
may not bo the plnco in which we do
slro to Btay, but It will wupply creature
comfortB, nnd that Is n great deal, says
Homo Chat. Most of us have to do
unpleasant things, from tlmo to time,
but It Is quite possible to do thero
Removing Cinders from Eye.
A elmplo remedy for removing cin
ders from tho eye Is to dip a small
and perfectly clean camel's hair brush
In wator and pass It over the ball of
tho oyo. Thla operation requires little'
skill and generally removes all par
ticles of dust Instantly without dan
ger of Inflammation Of course, thh
remedy Is not suggested for the train,
where no one could get tho brush.
On Lending Books.
"Why Is It, I wonder." mused tho
woman philosopher, "that people al
ways rcBent it when you ask them to
return a borrowed book within any
period shorter than a year? I would
rnther lend money than a book, for
thero is some chance of getting that
back, but you might as well glvo a
book to tho average person as to go
through tho form of lending it."
Headache and Cold Feet.
Often it is found that a chronic suf
ferer from headache also complains ol
cold feet. This shows bad ciiculatioi
and It should bo strengthened. A slm
pie and helpful remedy is to bathe tlu
feet in cold water night and morning
and rub briskly with a flesh brush oi
Too Many Unreal Wants
We are ruined not by what we
,-eally want, but by what we think we
do; therefore, never go abroad in
search of your wants; if they be real
vants, tliey will come homo In search
of you; for he that buys what he does
not want will soon want what he can
not buy. C. Cutbbert Hall.
Tact and Kindness.
Tact Is not Insincerity. Tact Is tho
self control that leads the gentle-minded
to havo respect for time, place and
the feelings of others. Tactful per
sons am usually the kindest.
The trouble with some men is that
lies need a licking, and do not get It
Residence and Lots for Sale
For sale at a bargain ono of the
nicest residences in town, corner,
near business, 7 rooms, 2 stories, 2 or
3 lotB nnd 4 lots on oposite side of
street. J. N. Clemens, Tyler or C.
W. Frick, Hnyti. 5tf
Offer to Sell
I offer for sale my house and 2 lots
and 2 cows nnd calves and 25 head of
hogs for $1000, cash. Also tho houso
and lot across the street from my
house, known as the Toll Wilson pro
perty, for 8400, 8100 paid in cash,
Thero is a mortgage on this last named
property for $300.
Otf Roy Qaskins.
Strayed or Stolen
From Preacher C'antrell's camp, nonr
DeeriiiR, Mo., one bay maro mule,
about iifteen years old, about fourteen
and one-half hands high, thin in or
der, ears inclined to bo stiff, has high
hips, has been gone since ubout Dec.
Any one that will return this mule
to us or notify us of her whereabouts
will bo liberally rewarded.
Tim Alfalfa FAnsiiNO Co.,
Htf Hayti, Mo.
An ordinance making it a misde
meanor to refuse to build or repair
Be it orduincd by tho mayor and
board of aldermen of the city of Hay
ti, Pemiscot county, Missouri, as fol
lows: Section 1. Any person who shall
fail or refuse to build or repair any
sidewalk along or in front of his or
her property (real) in this city when
required to do so and after iiuvinir re
ceived notice so to do as provided by
ordinanco, hIiuII be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor nnd punished bv u fine
of not loss tlmn five dollars and not
more than twenty dollars for each of
Passed and upprovod tills tho 18th
day of December, 1003.
R A. Mayes. Mlivorl
Attest; A. II. Dunn, City Clerk.
Land for Snlo
80 acres good land, 35 in cultivation,
5 in nlfnlfa, small orchard. 3 milos
from town, bargain for cash or part
on time. Joe Welch, Hayti, Mo. 2
Bank Stockholders' Meeting
Tho nnnunl mooting of tho stock
holders of tho Bnnk of Hayti, for tho
election of directors to sorvo during
the ensuing year, and for such other
business as may properly come before
tho meeting, will bo hold on Wed
nesday, January 20, 1000, at their
banking houso, in tho City of Hayti,
MO.. bOtWOnn thn hnnra nl in .
and 4 p.m. ' " "" ""
J. L. Dorrib, PreB. ff
B. 8. Stearns, Seo'y.
Salesman for J. E. Grifen's Patent Halter
Made of Rope or Webbing only, without knot or buckle.
Tho Best Halter on tho Market
Prices to Buit the times.
All Kinds Hough and Dressed
Material, Cypress Fencing, etc.
You Will Find Our Prices Reasonable and to Suit the Times
Cypress Fencing on hand at all times and at reasonable priceB.
Saw Mill, Shingle Mill and Planing Mill Combined.
We will greatly apprlciate your patronage and endeavor to please you.
0. W. FRICK.,
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jj G. W. Dorrib, Mgr. F. M. Perkins, Salesman. B. L. Guffy, Atty. a
I HAYTI REAL
$ Improved and Unimproved Land, Farms i
ana town Property
We Rent and Collect Rents, Pay Taxes
and Look After Improvements
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We Handle Iteliublc Goods of Standard Makes in
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
uoc in All
tj Buy your watches, clocks and jewelry from your home
jj jeweler, who will look after the quality and the guarantee.
jj Hayti, .... Missouri.
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To produce n good
nnd pure Soda Water
it reciuircs the ns nf
choice material ns well as a scientific pro
cess. E)o not abuse your stomach in the
use of inferior carbonated goods. Demand
good and pure Soda Water, the same as
you would pure food.
WahFs is the Brand.
When you call for it, sec that it is served and that the crown stopper
bears the trade mark. This will guarantee to you pure and good Soda
Water, Coca Cola, Jersey Cream, etc.
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