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THE HAYTI HERALD
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1909.
THE CITY COUNCIL.
10 YEARS IN THE PEN.
DR. F. A. MAYES.
On nccount of tho absence of Henry The trial of Albert Little at Curuth
woricu, one oi tno lioara oi Aiuermeii, ersviiie last week resulted in a con-
breaking a quorum, tbe city council vlction and ten years in th pen. In pULS filling an unexpired term, Dr. I
hud no meeting Monday night, and speaking of the cuse the Twlco-u-Week
the new officers could not be installed Democrat says:
until Tuesday night. "A large number of witnesses were
Before instnlling the new oillceis examined by both sides, and e very
'i. ,!,. ;, i. i,i i i..i inch of the ground was stubbornly con-
1 uesday night the old board cleared test,d lhc Sefenuo belnff handled by
up all their unfinished buaineBB except Ward & Collins, and Rice A. Pierce
auditing their books, which they left of Tennessee, while Judge J. S. Gos-
som, prosecuting attorney, amy tooK
for the now board to do.
Many bill'8 were allowed, and the
oi Jinance creating the ofllce of asses
sor was pasBed.
The resignation of Henry Dortch,
the only alderman holding over, was
tendered but not accepted by the old
board, as that would have broken the
quorum and the new board could not
be installed, so his resignation came
before the new board at its meeting
Wendesday night, was accepted and
the election ordered to fill the .vacancy.
This requires a speciul election to bo
held in Ward No. 2, and in view of
the annoyance and expense it will oc
casion, is rather unfortunate at this
As we are setting this in type on
Wednesday, we cannot give the pro
ceedings of the ill st meeting of the new
board at is UrBt meeting, lust night,
but will do so next week.
THE PUBLIC SQUARE.
The fencing for the public bquare is
on the ground, and the work of pitting
it up will begin at once. It is a hund
soinu woven wire of a good strength,
and high enough to turn uny old
We are pleaded to note that our poBt- , bnndle that roams the woods, and- we
mustei has urranged to have the inuilB think it will turn moBt anything but
delivered to the pus'oflice- earlier of the baby razor-backs. The gates are
BETTER P. O. SERVICE.
care of the states side."
It is said that the speeches of Ward
and Gossom were especially brilliant,
Gossom driving his argument home
with telling effect; in fact, it is said
to have been one of the best efforts
ever heard in the Caruthersville court
room. Taking into consideration the
fact that Judge Gossom fought this
case single handed, and against some
of the best talent practicing at the Ca
ruthersville bar, it seems that the
Judge is not only making his
but is making good.
It will be remembered that Albert
Little shot and killed Ed Langdon in
a saloon at Caruthersville, Match 2,
In retiring from tho office of Mayor
of the City of Hayti, of whirl: office he
A. Mayes did so with clean hands, and
whatever of censure and blame it may
have been his lot to bear for what
he may or may not htivi done, the Doc
tor has done so patiently, knowing
that he was making the best he could
of the opportunities as they presented
Dr. Mayes was handicapped in many
ways, and only towards the closing
days of his administration, when
too late for the accomplisrnentof much
good, matters shoped themselves more
favorably, vacancies on the board be
ing filled by such men as L. L. Lefler
and Moreau Gaskins, who were favor
able to a business administration.
The valedictory speech of Dr. Mayes
was Bhort and to the point and con
veyed much cood feelini! and sound
murk, nii v;(.e( ami jf hig protect against bick
ering, bock biting anil factionalism,
could be adhered to by the people,
the town would be better off and the
people more satisfied and happy.
mornings. By the new arrangement
the mail is distributed in time for la
boiing men to get mail before going
to work. We also notice that the of
fice will be open until 8 p. in., which
will enable persons to get mail after
These are excellent changes, and go
to show that Postmaster Guliv is look-
ornamental, and when the work is fin
ished Huyti will have one of the hand
somest public squuree in .Southeubt
Missouri. The grading has helped
appearances greatly, anil the $10,000
city hull in the center is beginning to
It is to be hoped that trees will be
' planted in eveiy pait of the grounds
iug out for the accommodation oi the this spring. If trees are planted now
people. e w'" know that they aie there. It
we let the interest alreadv awakened
500 men have been put buck to work die down, tbe chance are the woik
rn the Frisco bhops at Springfield. i will never be finished.
To Headers of the Hearld:
I want to give you something that I
have accomplished for God since I
came to Hayti the first of last October.
1st. A meeting at Hayti with 22
additions to the church.
2nd. A meeting at Marvin Chapel
with 28 to join the church, and a meet
ing at Deering with 20 additions to the
In all, 32 additions have been made
to the Huytichurch, making a total of
!50. The meeting at Deering has just
closed. He v. J. L. Woolverton of
Hayti helped us, and we found him a
man of God, and a good preacher.
He is good help to an one. I am for
IIa.ti, first last and all the time. I
love the people of my town. They
have heed kind to me and 1 am always
glad to see them at my church. Let
us all woik to build up the town.
The finest line of White
Goods ever shown in Hay
ti. DON'T BUY
till you see and inspect my
line. You will be suited
and will save money.
Come and See Them.
For Service and Comfort.
The Shoe to Wear.
Every Garment Guaranteed
If You Wear Overalls
See our bargain table
for bargains for your table.
We always have something
to offer, just a little better
and a little cheaper than
you can get elsewhere.
L. C. AVERiLL
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HMTIi V 1V.-CJS. JjrN.,YiJ MI
It . . . ?. . i... ir-..
hae a mathe
lul in model and have a far carrying musical tone.
Price from $3.00 to 88.00 each.
Edison Phonographs and Records
VIOLINS AND MANDOLINS
These have been selected on account of their fine tone
and musical qualities. Each Violin lius a heavy cord
board cuse. How included. Pi ices from $2.50 to 812.00.
Mandolins from $3 to $0.
Trices from $3.00 to $4.00 each.
From 75c to $3.00 each.
From 5c to $1.50 each.
The best goods and the prottiest, non-fading
colors to be found anywhere for the money. Com
pare them with others at the same price. $1 75,
3 00, 83 60, 84 00, $5 00, 5 GO and $0 00 each.
n 00, $1 25, $1 50, 82 00, $2 00 per set.
Keep your mind on Loller quulit,.
It is good, and we will keep it -o.
llreak o'day alarm
Republic ahum $1.
Luminous alar in
WATCHES. -Ingersoll "Yankee" 81.
Uncle Sam $1. Ingersoll "Junior" $2.
We want jour business, und we can
mitts, toe plates,
heel plates um
score books, ankle supporters, boy's
cups, belts, buseballs, pick nick balls,
rubber bulls, etc.
Kirby hooks 5-0 per box of 100 .
Kirby hooks 7-0 per box of 100.. i
Kirby hookB 0-0 per box of 100.. i
Kirby hooks 10-0 per box of 100.
Kirby hooks 7-8-0-10 per 100 ...
Limerick hooks (1-0 box of 100..
Limerick hooks 8-0 box of 100..
Central dniught No. 14 per 144 .$1
Central draught No. 15 per 144. 1
Cin. buss, blight, 10-20.21 pur 100
TROLLS AND MINNOWS
Hendrix propel lurs each
Gasconade spoon trolls each ..
Buell spinners No. 3 each . ...
Buell spinners Nos. 4 und 5 euch
Hilderbrundt tandem spinners
Iiilderbraudt plain spinners euch
Hilderbrandt feathered spinners
Dowuigue minnow 0 hooks each
Howaiuac minnow 15 hooks ench 1 00
Dowuigac minnow 15 hooks ui-
tistic each . . 75c
Ketch-em 15 hooks each . . . 50c
I'ruihlur wcedless troll euch 25c
Premier (luted Bpoon euch . .. 20c
Ordinary tinted spoon each ... 10c
Invincible 1st quality euch 1 25
Walton, one of the best made... 2 50
Cork floats each 5 & 10c
Tackle boxes, sue 5xl0 each. . 1 00
Fish scalers ouch . ... 25c
Trot Line, Seine Twine and Stuge-
ing, per lb ...... ... 35c
Furnished lines euch .5 &, 10c
FibIi stringeis each . 5 & 25c
Lines, good quality cotton 15 ft.
2 for . . 5c
Biuided linen, 60 ft. spools fur
Silk rusting, on spools per yd. 3, 4
Jnpnii silk, 10 yd. hunks, euch
Sinkers, loud small and medium
HinkerB largo each
iietter quality cotton, 25 ft. each
POLES AND RODS
Sampson's jointed eteel 4jft.
each $3 25
Ham boo jointed 4jft. each 2 50
Cune jointed 8ft. each .. 26c
Mississippi oune 18ft. each 10c
Minnow dip nets euoh ..25 & 60c
Fish bags euch 35c
Bucket dip nuts euch . 25c
Minnow buckets lot. 15c, licit. 26c
Frog spears 3 prong each ... 26u
Fish spears 4 in. 6 prong each . 35c
Fish speurs 5 in. 6 prong euch.. tiOc
Fish spears 7 ill, 6 prong each $1 00
Fisherman's hats each . . . 25c
Minnow suius 4x16 Machine
made each $2 50
Minnow soins 4x15 white tied
each .... 83 50
(Complete with floats and sinkers.)
We have by fur tho largest and
most complete line of Fishing Tackle
in the city,
LITTLE FOLKS GOODS
To garden tools, Tops, Marbles,
Pumps, Inside Tubes, Belle, Handle
Corks, Tire Oement, Wood Rim
Cement, Rubber Plugs, ValveB, etc;
Mendarip, for mending torn or
snugod goods . 10c
Mendinu Tissue, a household
necessity . 6c
LEFLER'S DRUG STORE