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THE HAITI HERALD
Published Weekly, mi Thursdays.
91.00 a Your in Advance.
Entered bb second-class matter Ocl.
30, 1903, nt the postoflloe at Hayti
Mi., under tlie not of March 3, 1870.
The Elks are going to huve it great
time at Los Angeles. California. Julj
11-1", and the railroad-) have been ad
vertising long and loud. The tare for
the round trip is &"..( and tickets can
be bought June 24 to July 12. This
is a great opportunity for a pleasant
outing, whether you are an Klkornot.
Hut this is not all we started in to
Just at the foot of the grade, after
you ero.ss the mountains, i.s a beauti
ful little eit. of about o.lKHI popula
tion, in the most beautiful and the
most pleasant part of the San llernur
dino valley in the heart of the orange
and lemon belt in fact, it is a citx ol
groves and palms, and is the gatewa
to Southern California and less than
io of the people visiting California
puss through these gates entirely un
mindful that there is siieli a place, and
in ease you ask the trainmen, the
will advise on to stop at Kedjands,
San Hernurdino or Riverside and
why? This short paragraph from the
Chronicle answers the question ver
"If Colton doesn't intend doing the
honors to the Elks when the, come
through here next month, she certain
1 ought to get up spunk enough to
put up sign board that will show what
station this is."
Sun Bernardino, three miles away,
but not near so beautilul and pleas
ant, will meet the Klks at Colton and
escort them over to that city, while
poor old Colton will do her "Native
Son" stunt, like thousands of other
towns, and swivel and dry" up of her
Frank II. Owen is :i good editor, but
so far as Colton is concerned, ins
energies are wasted.
YOU KNOW 'KM.
The woods is lull of people who
'take more papers than they can find
time to read," and as a consequence
do not need their home paper.
Go to their homes and you will find
that their "papers" consist mostly of
almanacs and Sears & Roebuck's
catalogues, and their box at the post
otlice is lilled weekly with mail order
These people sell their produce, but
ter and eggs to the home merchant tor
cash, and when they get home they
order their goods from tho catalogue
There is no use talking to a man of
this kind. His almanacs and his cata
logues arc law and gospel.
He gets a lot of catalogue informa
tion into iiis licud and imagines that
ho is wiser than the wisest business
man in town. He believes every word
lie reads in tho catalog and discredits
his home merchant.
There are some stables in this town
that need attention. No man has a
right to maintain a nuisance, and a
loud smelling stable comes pretty near
It is bad enough to have to walk
around cows and hogs on tho side
walks and have join Mowers and gar
don spoiled by neighbors who want to
convert the town into a chicken pas
ture for their own benefit, and if the
town must bo burdened with this class
of people who havo no respect for the
right of others, it is as little as wo
could ask thut they should bo required
to keep their premises in a decent con
Inside the city limits is no place for
stock and poultry business, and the
City of Hayti has tho most stringent
laws along this lino. Those laws
ought to bo enforced,
LAWS EFFECTIVE NOV. 1.
It has been discovered in the govern
or's ollice that tho laws passed at tho
last legislature will not go into effect
until November 1. The old rule put
all laws which did not carry an emer
gency clause into eHect ninety days
after adjournment of the general as
sembly, but the rovision bill passed a
few weeks ago defers tho time until
This ollice does not want any drunk
en or bum printers, and we would ap
preciate it if our neighbors would
steer these fellows in some other direction
A man in Oklahoma wus injured in If you don't boo it In tho Horald It
a gume of baseball. Ho was an Odd j is because you did not tell ub.
Follow, belonging to tho eastern sec-'"""
tion of that order in Oklahoma. Thel)r, K. C. CRESSWELL
giuno was played on Sunday. The .- . .
man applied for tho usual sick benellt I UeilllST..
allowance. Wis lodge denied his claim Olllec ill Kollll Hllillling
on the ground that his injury was tho Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
result of an immoral act. He appeiil
d to the grand lodge, and the grand
lodge upheld the llndlng of the local
odge. The case was carried to the
sovereign giand lodge ol the world,
and thalbod.v also upheld the decision.
We make record ot the case because
we desire to congratulate this noble
fraternal order anil because ol the val
ue of such a decision in lavor of Sun
dav observance. Western Methodist.
The soul of an editor who had died
of uturvatioii was being conducted to
tho A.lyaiun fields. As they passed the
portals of the infernal legions lie ask
ed his guide if he might not go in and
look around . Thu guide consented,
hut warned him to stay hut a few min
utes, as lie could not wait long. A
long time passed, and the editor had
not returned, ho the guiding angel went
in scilit'h for him. lie found him be
foie a c.ige in which a number wretch
es were being toasted on red hot grid
dles. Over the cage was the sign "l)e
liniueut Subscribers." "Come," said
the guide, "wo must bogoinir." "Don't
wait for me." replied the editor. "I'm
not coming. This is heaven enough
for me." Lippincott's.
It is not possible for us to Use let
ters or articles of interest only to the
writer, unless they are short and to
the point, and come in the form ol
news. We always like to serve our
friends and to please then), but the
paper is published for all of our read
ers, who demand and should have our
best efforts to serve them as a whole.
So it is necessary for us to adopt a
certain stle and strive for a certain
standard. News and news items are
always welcome and we want more
news, and we want ever one to give
us news, but we must be the judge as
to how it shall be used how limch
or how little.
If Fido conies up missing,
member that the dog law is
and go to the marshal. The
has an eye for dogs and also
The most durable machine made is
the New Home. We also handle the
ball bearing Singer, the Wii,i,0. Free,
the Now Ideal, the Eldredgo, tho Wil
cox and fJibbs. With over 45 years
Handling and repairing machines, we
are competent to toll you which is the
beat. Clias. Goodrich, Carutliersville,
When you see a cross mark on your
paper, made with a pencil, it tells you
that your subscription is out and we
ask you to renew at once. Not hear
ing from you promptly, we will stop
Order of Publication.
State of Missoini,
County of Pemiscot)
In tlie Circuit Court, July Term,
J. i. Adams, 1'iaintill,
0. C. Asliby, Defendant.
Now at this day come the plaintiff
herein, by his attorney, Von Mayes,
and iilcH his petition ami ailidavit, al
leging, among other things, that the
defendant, O. C. Asliby, is not a resi
dent of tlie Slate of Missouri, so that
the oidinary piocess of law cannot be
served upon him within this State.
Whereupon, it is Ordered by the
C'leik in vacation that said Defendant
be notified ly publication that the
Plaintiff has commenced a suit
against him in this court, by petition
and attachment, the object andgeneial
natuie of wliieli is to lecover of and
from the defendant damages for fail
ure to furnisli inateiial to build fence
and for sums due for mukir.g fence
posts and dealing land in tlie sum of
$252.70, and that his land is attached,
which is described as follows:
K. W. J of S. W. 1 and S. A of N. W.
1 of S. W. J of Section 33, and East J of
K. iofS E. i of flection 32. all in
Township 10, Range 12 East, in Pemis
cot County, Missouri, anil that unless
the said O C. Asliby be and appear at
this Court, at the next tenn thereof,
to bo begun and holden at tho Court
House in the City of Oaruthersville, in
saiil County, on the 10th day of July
next and on or before the first day of
said term, unless further time he grant
ed by the Court, answer or demur to
the Petition in said online, tlie same
will betaken as conlessed, and judge
ment will be rendeied accordingly.
And it is further oidered, that a copy
hereof be published, accordingto law,
in tho Hayti Heiald. a newspaper pub
lished in the said County of Pemiscot
for four weeks successively, published
at least once a week, the lost insertion
to be at least fifteen days before the
first day of tho said next KcgularTerin
of this Court.
Seal E. S. Hukpman, Circuit Clerk.
A true copy from tlie record.
Witness my hand, and seal of tho
Circuit Court of Pemiscot county, this
10th day of May, 1009.
Seal . S. Huffman, Circuit Clerk.
T. J. TRAUTMANN
IMiysicinn tnnl Surgeon
Ollleo plfono 51). Residence 00.
Hayti, - - - Missotnu.
Physician anil Surgeon
Residence Phono '24, - - Ollice 40.
Hayti, - Mo.
J. G. CR1DER
IMiysicinn and Surgeon
Ollleo in Tiiautmann's Drug Stoke
Phono No. 50
Hayti, - - Missouri
F. A. MAYES
Physician and Surgeon
sterling ii. Mccarty
in County, State and
Oflico in Court
J. S. GOSSOM
Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co.
All Kinds of Civil Business Promptly
Oflice in Court House
CAKUTIIERSVIM.E, - MISSOURI
BAYLESS L. GUFFY
Hayti, - Missouri.
J. E. DUNCAN
Will practice in all tho courts
Ofllce, Over City Drug Store.
Oaruthersville, : : Mo.
JOHN. T BUCKLEY
L. Dorris' Store.
VIRG. P. ADAMS
Ileal Estate and Insurance
Ollice in City Hall
Hayti, - - - Missouri
J. W. WRIGHT
PAINTER, PAPER HANGER AND
AU Kiodi of Frcico icd Ortameiltl Work
HAYTI, - MISSOURI
Two Ohalrs. Firstclass Service and
everything neat and clean. I respect
fully solicit your patronage.
Averill Insurance Agency
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
American Central Insurance Cq.
Phoenix Insurance Co,
Phenix Insurance Co.
Niagara Insurance Co.
Strongest agency in the city.
L. 0. AVERILL, - Hayti, Mo.
P. S. RAVENSTEIN
FIRE AND LIFE
HEAL ESTATE AGENT
Ofllce at Home. Phone No. 28
Hayti, . Missouri
ELLISTQN'S SPOT CASH GROCERY
"VTHTE reppectfully invite you to call and inspect our line of Groceries.
Our stock iB absolutely new, all of the very best quality, bought
for spot CASH and to sell for 8pot CASH) which assures you of tho very
lowest price possible to make. Come to us for your Groceries, Tobaccos,
Uigurs, Fruits, Candies, Produce, etc., and when you havo Pioduco, Eggs
and Hutter to sell wo will pny a good price. Wo will treat you right,
NEAR SANDERS DROS. OLD STAND. HAYTI. MI880URI
THE JOHN A. FARIS MILLING CO.
MEAL AND CHOPS
Particular attention to custom grind
ins. Corn ground or exchanged for meal
any day in the week.
AMOS HUFFMAN, Mri-.,
LUMBER AND SHINGLES
AM Kinds Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Building
Material, Cypress Fencing, etc.
-e? Wholesale and Retail &
You Will Find Our Prices Reasonable and to Suit the Times
Cypress Fencing on hand at all times and at reasonable prices.
Saw Mill, Shingle Mill and Planing Mill Combined.
Wo will greatly appriciate your patronage and endeavor to please you
C. W. IK'XGIS,
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Singer and Wheeler & Wiflson
These are the best machines in the world, repairs can always
be had and you are not buying a lot of trouble when you buy theso
machines; they are fully guaranteed.
B. F. ALLEN, Agt.,
A. J. DORRIS, Pres. J. S. WAUL, Vice-Pros.
O. J. PRO VINE, Cashier and Secretary.
Loans to Farmers, Merchants and Lumbermen. Rates
Reasonable, Good Notes Bought, Deposits Solicited. Fair
and Courteous Treatment.
A. J. Dorris. D. C. Stubbs. 0. J. Provino.
J. S. Wahl. G. W. Dorris.
"ty W if V M"tf HHHf W
i o prouuee u goou
and pure Soda Water
it requires the use of
i choice material as well as a scientific pro
cess. lJo not abuse your stomach in the
use of inferior carbonated goods. Demand
good and pure Soda Water, the same as
j you would pure food.
Wahl's is the Brand.
When you call for it, see 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.
J. S. WAHL BOTTLING WORKS,
For Pure and Fresh Drugs
Stationery and School Supplies
Candies and Cigars
S New Line
Paints, Oils and
Located in City Hall
is Good For i
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