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Published Weekly, on Thursdays.
81.00 a Year in Advance.
ICntored as second-class mntter Oct.
!!0, 1008, at the postollieo at Hnyti,
Mo., under tliu aut of March 3, 1870.
WHEN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES
.e will place a blue crou mirk in this
squ&te which is to rotify you that tho
time tot whch you paid your subscription
hit expired, and unless you reno at
once your paper will lie stopped, We
do not want to stop your papr, we want you to get every
tue but our tcrmf ate caili in advance, and it vou don't
pjy up promptly wo will take it tor granted that you don t
w3i i us to send it to you and we will not push It on you
We have a siidjrestlon to make to the
city council that will mean a saving
of from $150 to WOO in supplying the
town with printed and revised ordin
ances, which the town needs greatly,
ami the people should demand, as it
is next to impossible at this time to
tell anything allout the laws.
We have just come into the posses
ion ol about :.'! copies ot the revised
ordinances of lOU.'t, which were left
oer from lilling the order for the oily
at that time. These are unbound, anil
-ome of them have missing pages and
li. re-printing these missing pages
and index, and printing the new ordin
ances, amendments, repeals, notes,
changes, etc., and idnding with the
old ordinances, the books would be
just as complete as new ordinances
would be, at a cost of J.'i to M"),
whereas to revise and print new ordin
ances would cost all the way Irom
yloO to $200. or more.
Uv using the ordinances we have
and collecting in those now in the pos
session of the people, the number
could likely be made to reach as high
us ;t0 copies, which would lie ample
lor the town at the present lime.
Kor this work the town need not be
out any mone to speak of. as the
people would gladly pav si. 00 a copv
lor the books, and each cin ollicial
could be charged with the copy in hi:
possession. If the board does not take action on
t lis we shall bind our copies and sell
t lem, and then it will lie too late.
As a rule, the banks of Ihe country
owe iheir cxislancc first, to business I
men of the town, who fiirni-.li the work
ing capital, and the business man owes
his existanri to the people who bin his
wares, and the home paper links
them all together and is 'the poorest
paid business in existence. Hut what
is lair for the goose is lair for Ihe
gander. If the people ordeied all
t eir goods from the mail order hous
es, what would become of the iner
ouuntV and if the merchant went down
what use would there be for the bankV
Merchants, as a rule, realize ihe great
benefits of a newspaper for the town
and community and appreciate its val
ue as a trade getter for the town, and
most of them are lineral in their sup
port of the home paper and give it all
t leir job printing, while the banks, as
a rule, send their work awa, to the
city houses, where they yet it a little
Ciieuper b ordering large quantities.
As a general rule, the banks only
have small jobs done home from 500
1 1 2000 -and us the price is higher on
small quantities than on larger ones,
tne banks seem to think thai it is u
great saving to send their live, ten, llf
tjen and twenty thousand orders to the
cities and tho home printer is never
given a chance to figure on it. Hut
s'ipposo the home printer should
charge just a little more; suppose the
banks of llayti did not order govern
in jnt printed envelopes and let us
print their blanks and forms, money
would remain at home, we could pay
o ir interest ami our notes promptly,
a-ul we could pay our store accounts
wdh. I. L. Dorris, L. t. Averill, A. .1.
D v, is, I. Kohn, L. L. Loller and oth
er.s; we could give llayti abetter pa
per and no one would bo tint loser.
We believe in patronizing homo peo
ple and home enterprises.
What lias become of all that side
walk construction that wus talked of
some time ago? It don't take city re
venue to build sidewalks. The prop
erty owners must pay the bill and tho
laws of the city and state are ample to
force the work to be done and paid
for. All required is a little vim on
the part of the city olllclul to see Unit
the work is done. We are heartily
usliumed of both sides of the street
leuding north from the northeast cor
ner of tho square. It is a sliaiuo and
a disgrace to our city, and us the
walks at this plueo wore Bimply tit
troyert or removed, it only reqult
tho proper order to replace them.
Early Tuesday morning a numbei
of tho tax payers of Ilaj ti who ) a.
5 on the 100 valuation to pay for tin
city hall were greatly worried by coin
ing over to the postollice to flml the
floor of tin; hullwaystunding in water,
and some of them suggested that a
mass meeting of tho tax payers bo
called to look after the matter. It is
very plain that something must be
done at once, as tho building is too
valuable to k't go to wreck, ruin and
decay. These tax payers urged us to
take the matter up once more, so we
will ask the board of aldermen to have
a meeting especially to look after this
Marshall J mien asks uh to correct
the statement that he intended to re
sign the ollice of city marshal on ac-count-of
being appointed deputy sher
iff, and to state that he was u candi
date for re-election. Our intormunt
was one of the signeis of the petition
to have Mr. J mien appointed deputy
sheriff, who said that was his undei
standing of the mattei, and the item
was given purely as newe. Mi. Jiuleti
says, however, that he intends to hold
botli offices by appointing a deputy to
attend to the mmshul's ofll' e dining
his absence as deputy bherilf. At
present Jus. Aigo is acting marshal.
It is time now to begin to cast about
for tin' jit. election on April (5. It is
now little more than a month, and
the time is short. We want the peo
ple to get down to business on this
matter and elect good men. We have
no means of knowing who the
candidates will lie, but we are sure
t ie, will be plentiful. The interest ol
Iliivti as a city is at stake. Tin-re are
j 1st lots of things that ought to be
done for the good and for the ad
vancement ot llayii, and none but live,
w de-awake, piogrossive men ought to
be elected. Me careful and think well
b.'fore win vote.
Are we compelled to make our ap
peal lor the improvement ot the pub
lic sipiure sliongerV What are the
p-ople thinking about, an.wa,V' Is
Hayti never to .rise bevond the level
o u barn lot or cow piistureV What
d ies the ou'side world think of us and
h nv do you e. ect I I:i ti ever to
b come a cit.s unless her people try to
make it so?
If ou want to silence
do something -that's what
Cannelton (lnd.) Knquirer: Win.
York, is now in Hayti Mo., where
three months ago he established the
Hajti Herald, the snappiest, newsiest
and cleanest printed D-coluinu quarto
we have looked upon for a long while.
And he edits tho paper too, in a way
that indicates that he knows his
business, lie goes on to boom and
boost llati, and to read his savings.
IIa. ti seems to be the only spot on
earth, and it is Hro. York's privilege
and pleasure to do this as he is working
hard to make Hayti a good town ami
u big one.
"I liac traveled for thirty
years continually. 1 lost a great
deal of sleep, which together
with constant worry left me in
such a nervous state that finally,
after having two collapses of
nervous prostration, 1 was
obliged to give up traveling al
together. I doctored continually
but with no relief. Dr. Miles'
Nervine came to my rescue I
cannot describe the suffering
which this Nervine saved me.
Whenever I am particularly
nervous a few doses relieve me."
A. G. C. LIUBY, Wells, Me.
There arc many nervous
wrecks. There is nervous pros
tration of the stomach, of the
bowels, and other organs. The
brain, the kidneys, the liver, the
nerve centers are all exhausted.
There is but one thing to do
build up the nervous system by
the use of Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine. Its strength
ening influence upon the nerv
ous system restores normal
action to the organs, and when
they all work in harmony, health
is assured. Get a bottle from
your druggist. Take it all ac
cording to directions, and if it
does not benefit he will return
no i iich of advertising for
overnnu u printed envelopes was sent
O'lt last w ck. About tho next thing
t.io government will be selling stamps
tit cut pricos. Wo are surprised at tho
business inon of Hayti who do not givo
their work to tho Herald instead of to
tho rich government of tho United
States and city printers.
Doll Longgrear, well known in Pemi
scot county as one of tho pioneer news,
paper men, is noweditor and publisher
of the Democrat at Prairie du Roeher,
111., and the paper shows excellent
patronage and popularity with the
people. We wish Doll all kinds of
The Capo Progress is informed that
Oklahoma has a state law uud a com
mission to regulate express rates in
that state, and that reductions made
applies only to that BtutOj hence the
proposed reduction of which he speaks
cannot effect Missouri.
Missouri is following after Okla
homa. A bill has been introduced in
the legislature providing for nine-foot
bed sheets in hotels.
J. G. CRIDER
IMiysicinn itnd Mirgeon
Ollice in Trautmann'b Drug Stork
Phone No. 50
Hayti, - - Missouri
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician anil Surgeon
Office phone 50. Residence GO.
Hayti, - - - Missouri.
J. W. JOHNSON
Physician ami Surgeon
Residence Phone 24. - - Office -10.
Hayti, - Mo.
F. A. MAYES
Physician ami Surgeon
Dr. R. C. CRESSWELL
Ollice in Kohn Hiilldiiig
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
Hayti, - - Missouri.
Hayti, - - Mo.
BAYLESS L. GUFEY
Hayti, - Missouri.
JOHN. T BUCKLEY
Ollice in J. L. Dorris' Store.
Hayti, - - - Missouri.
J. E. DUNCAN
Attornky- at- Law
Will practice in all tho courta
Ollice, Over City Drug Storo.
Oarutiikrsvili.k, : : Mo.
VI KG. P. ADAMS
Itenl Kstiiln and Iiisurnnco
Ollice in City Hall
Averill Insurance Agency
Hartford Fire Insurance) Co.
Amoricun Central Insurance Co.
Phoenix Insurance Co,
Phonix Insurance do.
Niagara Insurance Co.
Strongest agency in the city.
L. O. AVERILL, - - Hayti, Mo.
Two Chairs, FirstolasH Service and
every tiling neat and clean. I respect
fully solicit your patronage.
HAYTI, - . MISSOURI
Patronocoof tho traveling
neat and clean. Tho pioneer
THE JOHN A. FARIS MILLING CO.
MEAL AND CHOPS
Particular attention to custom grind
ing. Corn ground or exchanged for meal
any day in the week.
AMS HUFFMAN, Mgr.,
! Your Credit
. Sewing MdGhines -
These are the best machines in tho world, repairs can alwaya
be had and you are not buying a lot of trouble when you buy these
machines; they are fully guaranteed.
B. r. ALLEN, Agt.,
Fresh Meats, Game, Poultry and Eggs
We have tho exclusive butcher shop for Hayti and
those neoole who desire one firstclass butcher shoo in Km
town aro invited to patronizo us and
to maintain the high standard we have set. We are here to stay, and
extend fair and courteous treatment and Rood weights to all.
Hayti, : : : : : Missouri.
A. J. DORRIS, Pres. J. S. WAHL, VIce-Pres.
C. J. PROVING, Cashier and Secretary.
Loans to Farmers, Merchants and Lumbermen. Rates
Reasonable. Good Notes Bought. Deposits Solicited. Fair
and Courteous Treatment.
D. C. Stuhbs.
A. J. Dorris.
J. S. Wahl.
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JOHN L. DORUIS, Pros. L. C. AVERILL, Vice-Pree.
T. A. MaN AIL, Cashier.
BANK OF HAYTI
John L. Domns.
Does a general banking business. LoanB money at reason
able rates, buys good notes, pays interest on time deposits.
Your deposits and general business solicited and courteous
treatment guaranteed. We endeavor to please our customers
in all ways consistent with safe and secure banking methods.
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public solicited. Woll-furnished
hotel of tho city. Rates 91 a day. ffl
For Pure and Fresh
CANDY and CIGARS
Located in City Hull
Hayti, - Mo.
is Good For
THE HAYTI MEAT
- MARKET -
J. F. Dyer, Proprietor
thereby enable us rittl
C. J. Provine.
G. W. Dorris.
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Stkrunu H. McCarty.
Dr. J. W. Johnson. L
B. S. Stkaunb.
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