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TO DEFEAT STOCK LAW
Tho Hnytt Herald is not in favor of
a slock law that will work a hardship
,upon tho country people. Such law
1b not desired by any one. There is
justice and reason to all things. Our
idea is that if our present laws regulat
ing hog, pbns, barns and lots were
strictly oil forced the health of tho
town would bo jrreatly improved,
and many people who now Beem to
think that Huyti is a free-for-all stock
pasture and hog pen, would raise a
great howl. Those people who oppose
tho stock law might defeat it for many
years to come by abiding by and en
forcing the present laws of the town.
It is generally the abuse of privileges
that cause laws to be enacted to re
strict tiiose privileges.
Among the many good laws of Hay
ti tuat arc not enforced is this:
- Chapter 17, Pago 130, Section 0, He-
vised Ordinances City of llayti. No'
pen, Btable, shed or other structure, or
any lot or premises whatsoever, situat
ed within fifty yards of any dwelling
house in tliia city shall be used
for the purpose of keeping herding or
feeding any Bwine (hogs) or sheep
therein. Fine $15 for each day.
The above has been tiie law since
iai)H, and has been violated by many
city olllcials: Enforce the law.
Readers of a nowspapor assume that
if a storo does not advertise- in tho issue-
thoy are readong-, It is because
there is nothing interesting to say
about that storo at that time. Tho
kind of advertising that pays is the
kind that is always there.
Ham Dunn haB just discovered why
so many llaytiana oppoBo tho stock
law. It reads: "Prohibiting cattle,
hogs, horses, mules and asses from
running at large."
SIX MONTHS OLD.
With last issue the Herald was six
months old, and is glad to slate that it
has done well. We have tried to make
the paper just as good as the patron
age given us would permit.
Our books show that many people
who are taking tho paper have not
paid for it, and we think six months is
ample time. We earnestly request all
those who have not paid to do so at
once. , No oiih should consider this a
dun. You are bound f k now that we
need the money. A dollar is a small
matter to each individual, but a num
ber of them is considerable to us.
We also notice that a number of our
three month subsciibeis have failed to
renew their subscription, and in most
instances we have stopped the paper.
We dislike to stop the paper and
would be glad to keep every leader
with us, but our terms are cash, and
desiring not to push the paper on any
one, we stop all papeis ptomptly. So
if you want us to continue the paper
you must tell us promptly.
With last issue most of our six
month subscribtions expiieil, and it is
time to renew your subscription. We
hope every reader we have will stay
with ub, as we always dislike tu mark a
name off onr books, at the same time
we will not force the paper on you,
and ii you do not notify us to continue
your paper we will conclude that you
do not want it an murk your name (ill'.
Better attend to this at once, while
it is on vour mind.
Tho officers of tho Southeast Missouri
Log-Rolling Association met in Cape
Girardeau, Mo., on April 18th, and
selected Jackson for the next annual
log-rolling on August 20th, and 27th,
being the first two days of the Cape
Girardeau County Homecomers' Cele
bration. These two coming together
mean a large crowd and a jolly good
time for ull who attend. The officers
of the association are: H. E. Alexan.
der, president. Cape Girardeau; G. O.
Kinder, vice-president; Whitewater; A.
T. Hutson, secretary, Hayti; A. P.
Williams, assVsecrelury, Jackson;
L. P. Thomason, treasurer, Covington;
Ed Henderson, seargent-at-arms,
Parmington; Rev. C. P. Browning,
Pcrryvlllo Nows: A stranger pro
tending to bo a Modern Woodman
dropped into tho beautiful little city of
St. Mary recently and was asslBtod at
his request in finding a job of work.
Ho went on tick for a few things at a
local storo and skipped. Ho gave his
nome as J. W. Sutton and mora than
likely is a dead heat.
On March 12 tho Portagoville Critic
office caught fire from an overflow of
gasoline from a tank. " Tho paper was
tied up from then until April 23, wait
ing for the insurance adjuster, and
Btraighteningup tho mess. The in
surance has not yet been paid, but tho
paper is coming out just the same.
Eric Pool, charged with embezzling
postoffice funds, at Cardwell, while
postmaster, on Tuesday, in federal
court, at Cape Girardeau, plead guilty,
and lie was sentenced to serve a year
in the federal prison, at Leavenworth,
Richard Zeno has sold tho Parma
Victor to Charles C. Burton, who is a
case-hardened newspaper man and
printer, and the indications are that
he will stay with it.
The Missourian says the EastPrairie
canning factory will can yellow yam
Kentucky field pumpkins.
THIS BANK IS THANKFUL
For public appreciation, and earnestly endeavors
to repay that appreciation by the best public service
in all its departments.
If we could persuade all the people who might
make use of a bank to do so, the prosperity of this
town would be wonderfully increased.
We do what we can, however, in this direction
by cordially and heartily welcoming the new deposi
tor, whether his means are great or small.
Open an account with us today.
BANK OF HAYTI
The name of the postolllco at Delta
has been changed to Deray.
If tlte country people know what is
best for them tliey will favor a stock
law, and most of them do favor such a
law for the towns, as it makes fewer old
half starved horses, hojjs and cows
from town to break their fences and
to destroy growing crops; besides,
the town people would buy more corn,
more hay, more meat and more tuitter.
The country peoplu know that a stock
law is a necessity for any town.
There never was a preacher or a
president, poet or politician, who please
everybody. There never was a thinker
or a tailor, soldier or sailor who
could suit all. Show us a doctor, a
a lawyer, a merchant or an editor who
pleases the. wholemultitude. The Ijord
himself and all the angels in heaven
have never half succeeded in comfort
ing the human race. There is nothing
on eartli or anywhere else that meets
the approval of all mankind. There
should certainly be no hell when peo
ple are continually damning one
another on eartii. Besides a good
many people keep a little hell at home.
MRS. ROSE BRYANT
A Perfectly New, Up-to-Date Line of
Buy your hats at home. My priceB
are reasonable and I will use every
effort to please you.
Call and inspect my line.
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
Here is another peg to hang an office
on. The Wet Plains Gazette says:
A bill creating the office of circuit
attorney has pushed the .state senate
and is now before the house. Should
the bfll become a law it will be the
duty of the circuit attorney to attend
each court in his circuit and assist the
county prosecutor in allcriminal cases.
Such a law is in effect in Arkansas
and other states and is very satisfactory.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
SPECIALS EVERY DAY
All Kinds of Cold DrinkB
Cigars and TobaecoB
A Full line of Confectioneries
SHELTON & POPHAM
WEST SIDE PUB. SQUARE
No more nlivsicians who are diseas
ed with tuberculosis will be licensed
to practice medicine in Oklahoma.
This was the decision reached by the
state board of medical examiners in
session here yesterday. It was found
that physicians from the eastwitli con
sumption were coming to Oklahoma to
practice, hoping to benefit their health.
The railroads of Missouri have
agreed to a fiat rate of 2p a mile,
and the Federal court has ordered the
state authorities to keep hands off.
By and by the states will be run by
the Federal courts.
THE -:- FAMOUS
FkO you want hosiery that fits perfectly?
4 Do you want hoiiery that laiU a long
time without darning ? Do you want
economical hosiery ? Then you want
It U satisfactory In every respect. Every pair U team
lets, and every ttrand of yarn 1$ given the famous Iron
PM " Extra Twbt" one of the rtaoa why Iron dad
Hosiery last longer than any other.
Wc recommend Iron Clad Hosiery as the most satlsfic
toy hosiery for women, boys and giih.
- -tl ililnS?a
Averili Insurance Agency
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
American Central Insurance Co.
Phoenix Insurance Co,
Phenix Insurance Co.
Niagara Insurance Co.
Strongest agency in the city.
L.C. AVERILL, - - Hayti, Mo.
LAND FOR SALE
BUY A HOME IN PEMISCOT
The Hayti Iteal Estate Company has
the following described land and pro
perty for sale, all in Pemiscot county,
the land of cotton, corn and alfalfa
ami fine ranges for slock raising:
1.-80 acres, cut over, unimproved land,
on Frisco main line, $22.50 per acre.
2.-U00 acres, two miles from Hayti, all
cleared, CO acreu in alfalfu. (;ood house,
barns, wells, cistern and fruit, $05.00
per acre. Kents for $1,275.00 this year.
.'1.-94 acres, two miles from tailroad, all
cleared, five room bouse, two room
house, ull in cultivation, good fences
and baruri, $-10 per acre, J cash, bal
ance in one year.
I 4. 41! acres in cultivation nt $40 per acre.
John L. Dorrib. Jack Averill.
Dr. J. W. Johnson. I. Koiin.
Sterling H. McOarty.
L. L. Lefler.
B. S. Stearnb.
The directorate of this bank is made up of men who are
individually successful, and collectively able to safeguard
For headache Dr Miles' Antl-Paln Pills
(At Northwest Corner of Square)
For your money's worth in Short Or
der Meale, Hot and Cold Lunches,
Fruits, Confectioneries and all kinds
of Cold DrinkB.
Ice Cream I SundaeB .10
J Cones .05
Everything that goeB to make up a
flrstclasj restaurant and soda fountain.
Call once and you will come again.
Residence and Lots for Sale
For sale at a bargain one of the
nicest refiidennen in town, rnmpr
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near DllHiDPRR. 7 rnnmn. 9. nhnrion 9 nr
3 lota and 4 lots on opoeite side of
street, j. ss. uiemens, rylor or U.
w. rrica, nay 11. etr
All the Latest Styles in Ladies' Boot Pattern,
Lace Stripe, Ox Blood and Plain Hose.
The Largest Stock and Best Assortment of
Men's Hose Ever in Hayti.
Come and see our Line of Low Shoes and
J. L. DORRIS
5.-00 acres unimproved river bottom
i land, 4 miles from I'ortageville, $15.00
I ii. ir nf.r.
0.-50 acies, 40 cleared and balance cut
over. 5 acres in alfalfa, 2 good small
, houses, barns and out buildings, $ mile
, from Frisco railroad, price $2,000.
7.-1200 acres on one branch of Frisco
and J mile from other branch, 40 acres
in cultivation witli good house and
bain, balance cut over. Tins is about
tlte only large tract of land to be hud
in this county now and can be had at
$110 per acre, which is a low juice for
one wanting a large tract.
8.-H20 acres of viigin timber, estimated
to have 2,000,000 feet, of which is cy
press. On Frisco railroair" ami the
largest tract of virgin timber for Bale
j in the county, (iood alfalfa land.
I'rieit &t0 hit iicre for land and timber.
and it iscliea)attiiat foi the character
of property that it is.
0.-1 good 14 room hotel in Hayti, rent
ing for $40 per month in advance.
We have for sale suveral small resi
dences in Huyti, suitable for small
fumilies or laborers.
Hayti is now booming some, one
new brick business house going up and
several more contemplated, Laborers
are scarce in this town and command
good jolts at good wages.
Wo have several desirable residences
for sale. Call and see them.
HAYTI REAL ESTATE COMPANY
"Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has
cured me of heart disease of
over 20 years' standing. I was
so bad that I could not do my
work, and could scarcely draw
a full breath without fainting or
smothering. The doctor told me
he could do no more for me ;
then I commenced taking the
Heart Remedy. I shall never
forget that night. I slept better
than I had before in months. I
kept right on getting better, un
til I was perfectly well."
MRS. LAURA RUSSELL,
When the heart action is
weak, it fails to pump the blood
through the lungs with sufficient
rapidity. Then the lungs do not
absorb the proper amount of
oxygen, although they may be
taking in a normal amount of
air. The result is shortness of
breath, smothering spells, diffi
cult breathing, oppressed feeling
in chest. Dr. Miles' Heart Rem
edy strengthens the heart nerves
and muscles, and in this way
increases the circulation.
Get a bottle from your drug
gist. Take it according to direc
tions, and if it does not benefit
he will return your money.
Call for a hnttln of Tin Tnn. T.Rmn'a
special brew. Caruthersville.
. IwTIUI I
Cheaper than wood. Will last a lifetime.
Ulgbitl Airt Korld'i Fair, St. Loult, 1N4.
L Orcr 100 Itiilcs o( Iroa Feict tbown fa otr cala-7
lOfL'C. LV pilCtS Kill JMJPIUC JOB.
"W. J. Morris, Atft., Hayti, Mo.
FREE TRIP tojthe
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ox the many thous
ands who -want to
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has instituted a new
special work it u
to put within the
reach of every one an opportunity to
see the FAR, WEST. Write for
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it requires the use of
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Wahl's is the Brand.
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bears the trade mark. This will guarantee to you pure and good Soda
Water, Coca Cola, Jersey Cream, etc,
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