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THE HA YTI HERALD
I'l'III.IHIIKD liVKHY TllUUSDAY, Y WlI.MAM YoKK, lilllTOR AND P('H.
TK1I.MH OK srnsCItll'TKlN: ijl.OO A YKAIl, I'AHII IN AHVANl'K
KNTKRKI1 AT THi: POKTOITICK, HA YTI, MI8SOPIU. AK SKCONI) ('LAS' MATTKIl
Olllco ill City Hull, Over Poatolllco, Hnyti, Pemiscot County, Missouri
THE PLANTING OF THE TREES
By EUGENE C. DOLSON
H, have you seen on a wayside slope
'J'lii elms and muplc.s, with branches high,
'I'lmt some mil1 planted, in faith and hope.
Far hack in tin- silent years gone by?
Oil, not in vain there were left in trut
To a later aye the trees he .set:
When he wiio planted is turned to dust,
The, yooti that lie wrought survives him yet.
So, now, as the hounteous hour.-, of spring.
With hud and blossom, come up the way,
A joxful dut.x to all thi'y bring
There is work lor all on Arbor Ilax.
A lifetime treasure of shade or fruit
May children train for their transient toil,
When a tree shall rUe from the slender root
Thex are burying deep in the mellow soil.
It will catch the -mil's first gleam at morn.
Among its brunches the birds will nest,
And other children, as xet uuhorn.
May seek in summer this haunt of it.-.t.
Thus xear h.x xear, as the da.x come.s round,
I'.e this the xxurk l our loxal care.
Till the land shall lie with heautx crowned.
And waste-fields change to a garden f;.ir.
Nothing adds .so much to the heautx
and comfort of a city as wide, -hadx
From the inside line to the ourhimr
")ti foot street around the square will
he found too narrow, and will he a
constant source of worry and incon
venience. There aie nianx reasons
xx" h.x the street should he wide, hut none
Campbell Citizen: W. H. Meatte, I
xvho set iii the meat shop next door'
to the printing ofllce txxo weeks ago, I
lias quit business, leaving the hous 1
and fixtures In Will I'entaeost's hands,
who is tr.x lug to make arrangements
to continue the business.
Itc.Niriciiro and LoIn for Sale
For mile at a bargain one of the
nicest residenoofl in town, corner,
near htisiiiPRR, 7 rooms, 2 otorien, 2 or
;t lots and 1 loin on oposite Hide of
street. .1. N. Clemens, Tyler or 0.
W. Friok, Hayti. fitf
MRS. ROSE BRYANT
Has just returned from the city,
with a large stock of Millinery.
Buy your hats at home, and you
will get a fair deal. You arc in
vited to call and inspect my line.
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
Watch for the'
'cross mark on
your paper. ItyVnieaiiB that your
miliHcriptimi In nut and yon are
requested to renexv at once, before xve
sti p the paper. He prompt.
F. A. MAYES
Physician mid Surgeon
Hayti, - Missouri
lioiild m no ease be less than eight , wl'J it should be narrow.
feet, and ten to twelve feet is butter, "arrow street m the business part of
Sidewalks on the business streets , tw, xvhere so main teams must stop,
x ill alxva.x.s be a souive of danger and
on account of their cramped condition
should be at least twelve feet in the
clear. On the residence streets this
space should he about cquallx divided
hetxveen walk and park (yea-.-,), and
the park line protected h.x substantial
curbing. In this park should lie
planted trees and yrass, and in towns
that have a stock law. there is nothing
nicer than hedges ol roses and flowers.
So far as we know, there is not a
citx or town with model streets anx
where in this section of the country ,
and comfort, taste anil beauty seem
to he entirely neglected. Most streets
in this pari of the country are nothing
more than naiToxv, unsightly country
lanes. We have seen many public
roads that were a great deal more
c imfortahlu, bountiful, attractive and
better keept than the best streets in
We leel that our people need much
education along this line. Manx
towns now have street commissions of
about three well informed people to
look after street improvement, whose
duty it is to supervise the proper park
ing of the streets, setting and pruning
trees and cutting down and replacing
trees that become unihtlx. By this
means a uniform system is carried
out on each street, where if left to each
individual to choose and set for
himself, not being informed in
matters of this kind, much uiisightli
ness might result.
fast driving or passing automobiles
and motorcycles, etc., would cause
quite a commotion. Kightx feet is
none too xviile for a .street, even in ttie
residence part ol town, and is a
xvidth now often Used. It might he!
Well. llOWeVl'!1. Ill xi'1 tlli til't Mini' (if!
trees ahout sixty -live or seventy feet
from the outside curbing ami set the
fence far enough out to protect those
trees, then later on when xve get a
stock law, we can set the fence in or
remove it entirely. Since .setting the
above in t,x pe, the contributors to the
fund to grade and fence the square
met and reconsidered the ."ai foot plan,
and decided on HO feet as the proper
xvmiii. .s some think Ml feet is too
wide for the streets, a good wax to do
would he to meet on the streets and
settle the matter by actual measure
ment. In this way every one xvoulil
see and know just how the streets
xvould appear at the ditlerent widths,
and there would he no jjues-work.
This would be fair to all parties).
Dr. R. C. CKESSWELL
OIHco in Kolin Kuildiiig
Crown and Kridge Work a Specialty.
Hayti, - - Mimsoitm.
J. G. CHIDER
IMiysician and Surgeon
Oniee in Tkai'tmann's Dmm Stokk
Phone No. 50
Hayti, - - Missouri
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician mid Surgeon
Olllee phone 50. Residence 60.
Hayti, - - Missoum.
J. W. JOHNSON
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 24. - - Oflice 1H.
Hayti, - Mo.
KAYLESS L. GUFFY
SOME PRICES AT J. F. INGLE'S
KiiRtnrn Granulated .Sugar,
llilb for .. .31.00
Navy Heaim per Hi do
8 Cans Hominy 25c
Flake Hominy per lb ,'J'c
Burro Brand Sugarhouse
Molasses per gallon tiOe
Onion Sots 35c, 3 gal. for 1.00
UoRebud bucket coffee with
cup and Haueor 00c
Evaporated poarH per lb .10c
Evaporated peaches per lb 10c
Evaporated AppleB per lb . 10o
Prunes, 3 ponndH for 26c
31b can tomatoes 10c
K bars big deal soap for 25c
THE JOHN A. FARIS MILLING CO.
MEAL AND CHOPS
Particular attention to custom grind
ing. Corn ground or exchanged for meal
any dav in the week.
AMOS HUFFMAN, JIri-., Hayti, Mo.
LUMBER AND SHINQLES
All Kinds Kotmh and Dressed I, umber, Shingles, JJuUdiiit:
Material, C.vprcss FmriiiK, 1".
- Wholesale and Retail &
You Will Find Our PriceR IteiiRonHble and to Suit the Timea
UypreBR Fencinpt on hand at all tinieH and at reasonable prices.
Saw Mill, Shingle Mill and Planinp; Mill Combined.
We will greatly appriciate your patronage and endeavor to please yon
C. "W. 1 EICK,
. E. DUNCAN
Attohnby at- Law
Will practice in all the courts
Otlice, Over City Drug Store.
Oaiuithkimvim.k, : : Mo.
For Pure and Fresh DrucR
Stationery and School Suppliee
a New Line
Paints, Oils and
Located in City Hall
Hayti, - Mo.
Seeiny that the sipiare i-. to he fenced
and iet with tree-,, the eiti.en-. of Hay
ti are ifoin- a .step further, and are
mm- donatinf,r inonex tn yraile the
(iiai'e. 1. Kohn ha- the li-.t. and
-M ''."). DO has been made up.
The fencing material has already
been ordered, and work will bejrin
The time is mi .short now in which
to set trees that jfiiMt haste -.hould he
used. Ix't'-. et a hustle and nee hoxv
tpiick xxe can do thN xvirk.
SIX MONTHS OLD.
With thiH inhue the lieiahl is bix
uiontliH old, and in glad to mate that it
hiiB done xvell. We have tiied to make
the paper juiit as good uh the jmtiou
ui:e given us xvould permit.
Our bookn hIioxv that many people
who are taking the paper have not LuM week the house voted 8(1 to ol
paid lor it, and xve think nix inontlirt in to submit the prohibition ijuestion to
ample time. We earneHty requerit all vote of the people in liMo, to take ef-
thoHe who haxe not iaid to do ho at i ft-et m P.M.!. The measure is to come
once. No one Hliould coimidet thin a i up in the senate this week. We ean
ilun. You aie bound P know that xve i not predict xvh.it the outcome will lie,
need the money. A dollar in a small j but it now .seems probable that a liirht
JOHN. T BUCKLEY
Oflice in J. L. Dorris' Store.
Hayti, - - - Mirisoinii.
Two Chairs. FirntelaRR Service and
everything neat and clean. I reHpeet
fully' solicit your patronage.
'.&'-k&-4 -."-.' -."' J"-." .PWit O'
Your Credit is Good For
Singer and W&ieeBer & WISson
. Sewing MaGhjnes .
TtieHe are the best machines in the world, repairH can alxvaya
he had and you are not buving a lot of trouble when you buy these
niHchinefl; they are fully guaranteed.
B. F. ALLEN, Ag.,
. &V;9:. ' 'A C" '. &'Hz&-''h " ;. 9iJ:m O'liP't'vA " '. '.-'.- '.-'. P-"i'. t'. 't
matter to each individual, but a miin
bi'r of them in cunniderable to uh.
Wo ulno notice that u number of our
three mouth HuhneiiherH have failed to
renew their riiibucription, and in uuifit
iiiHtuncuH xve have stopped tl1' lnj"'r.
We (Unlike to Htop the paper and
would be glad to keep every leader
xxith uh, but our terms are canh, and
ih-niiing not to puah the paper on any
onu, we Htop all papeiR promptly. So
if you want us to continue the paper
you mtiHt tell ua promptly.
With thih iHBiie mont of our six
month HulmvibtioiiB expiie, and it in
tune to renexv your subscription. We
hope every reader we have will stay
with us,a xvo always dislike to mark a
name oil' our books, at the same time
wo xxill not force the paper on you,
and if you do not notify us to continue
your paper xvo will conclude that you
do not xvant it an mark your name oir.
Iietter attend to this at once, while
it is on your mind.
We do not wish to be understood as
kicking, but xvo are certain that the
is to be made in tlu.s .state, and much
friction, hard finding and damage to
business may result from now until
the question is settled. For our part,
in the.se hard times, we xvould prefer
a just and equitable local option
The town of Steele ha just discover
ed that it has been exercising juris
diction hit.xoud its limits, and that the
ma.xor, marshal and mout of the alder
men, lis xxell as the calaboose, are
outside the incorporate limits.
Wonder if "Church Goer" has
moved over to HayliV Twice-a-Week
Call up Kennett.
P. S. HAVENSTEIN
Flit ti AND LIFK
RFAL KSTATK AfiKNT
OfTice at Home. Phono No.28
Hayti, - Missouri
Jt.M.Jt..Jt.4l.Jl.M.j.Jt.tl,Jt. .. . Jl. .ft. JW .A, .. Ji, Jl. JJm.
A. J. DORKIS, Pren. J. S. WAHL, Vice-Pren.
C. J. PROVINE, Cashier and Secretary.
LoaiiR to Farmers, Merchants and Lumbermen. Rates
Reasonable. Oood Notes Rouglit, Deposits Solicited. Fair
and Courteous Treatment.
A. J. Dorris. D. 0. Stuhbs. 0. J. Provine.
J. S. Wahl. O. W. Dorris.
lr HI" V lU" II" r 'r HP V Hi1 ni
A Texas mob curolessly lynched the
xv rong man the other day, but it was
all off with the lynchee.
And now comes Maiden to be hum
bugged on the magazine proposition.
O'AAd PrittJGold Medal Wpiiif. $iIm )iM
W. J. Morris, Aift., lloytl, Mo
To Points in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas,
Utah and Washington.
Effective March First and Running to April Thirtieth
On Sulo Daily
California Kato $30.50, One Wny, and Others in Proportion
J. G. Sarius, Agent Frisco Lines, Hayti, Mo.