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THE HAYTI HERALD
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1009.
Printing Office Etiquette.
Out of the bigness and the fullness
of our soul we feel like pouring a lot
i t valuable information to some
, fople who tire desirous of visiting a
fluting olllee for about the ten thous
i ndth time, in order to make your
'. isit exquisitely delightful.
On entering the olllee you should
hrst go to the case where the composi
tor is at work: that is what the com
positor is there for, to entertain visi
tors, and it is always a sign of good
breeding if you will look over the
compositor's shoulder and read the
copy, and you will do the editor a fa
vor if you will nose around and llnd
other copy and read it, as that will
save the trouble of putting it in the
Those little pieces of metal you see
in the case are type. There are a
great many different kind of them and
each kind lias a separate box. To get
a good look at them you should pick
them up, sift them through your lin
gers and see bow completely they will
mix. it will not take many hours for
the printer to pick them out and place
them back where they belong.
That long thing you see full of type
standing on itsjend is a mil ley . That's
a funny name: but you should linger
the type in it and see bow easily it
ialls down. The galley is
lltittr fi i fin 1t ti)i.t lrvill l Kin nil Tt !
does not matter if you pie the whole
galley of type printers like pie.
Talking about pie, if you want to
see pie that is pie. just step over to
that large stone. You will surely see
a bunch of ty pe that you would like to
inspect which you will do by picking
it up. Of course it will fall to pieces,
and then it's pie. Hut in does not
matter, you are entertaining the print
er. The stone is a good thing to wal
low on, and the more you lounge on it
the more pie you will make.
Now, if it is press day and you want
to show oil to the best advantage, you
should not fail to read the paos as
they come from the press. The editor
desires that every one should know
what the paper contains befoie it is
ready for delivery, and if every body
would call around to the olllee and
read the paper it would save the
trouble of mailing it.
By observing these simple rules
you may think that the editor is a
'bear," but it is only his way. and
you should call again to "jolly" him.
Ilnll of New Era Lod,'o, No. :J5ii
I.O.O.F., Hayti, Missouri, July 10, 1!H)!).
'loThe Brotheis aud MeinboiHof the
Older, G looting:
We are culled upon to ninuin the
losa of our brother and fi lend, W. 11.
Munis, who departed this life Tuesday,
.Inly 0, lllOi), aged 74 yeais, 7 months
and IS) days.
IJrolher Mortis was initiated into
the I.O.O.F. at Metropolis, III., in the
year 18(i.", since which time until the
last Tew years he haB been an active
Odd Fellow . lie was a charter memhei
of Justice Lodge, No. SU!), of Oiiruth
ersville, Mo., in which he held mem
bership until that lodge surrendered its
dialler, when he icecived a Grand
Lodge cniil. out on account ol age
and failing health he neglected to
unite with a suhoidinalc lodge. Hence
he was not at the time of his death
aliiliated with any lodge.
Hut we, as Odd Fellows, feel that his
long standing anil interest in oui order,
in which he had spent his best and
most useful years, entitled him to he
cheiished in our memories, wbeiefore
Resolved, Hy New Eia Lodge, No
H.W, I.O O.F.. that in the death ol
Brother Moiris our ordei has lost an
old and honmable member, our county
a good and community a jesnected anil useful
citizen, his wife a devoted companion
and his chililieu a fond father.
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize
with his bereaved family, that om
chatter be draped in mourning and the
members wear the nsual mourning for
a period of thiity days;
That these icsolutions be spread up
on our minutes and a copy he sent to
the widow; also that copies he sent to
the Hayti lleiald, the Twice-a-Veek
Democrat and the Tiiple Link for pub
lication. Fiatcrnally submitted,
I). I). Haibeit, P. G.
J. M. Aigo. 1'. G. Committee.
l S. Kaveiistein, 1'. G. J
Sunday School Picnic.
The Hayti Baptist Sunday school
will give a. basket picnic at the park
on the south side of town on Tuesday,
July 'JO. Everybody invited to attend
and give the children one day of fun
and pleasure. Everybody expected to
bring a well filled basket. Refresh
ments of all kind on the ground.
Committee: Mrs. Pearl Gaskiiis, Ed
Woods and Darxie Hayes.
At Rest, in the beautiful City of
A. II. Dunn was horn in Bollinger
County, Missouri, at Lutesville, April
17, 1878, unit oiod J une IS, 1IHW, age,
:il years, 2 months and 'J days. i
lie had lived in Hayti about seven
years. July I'd, 111(15, he was married
to Miss Mamh A. Oates and two dill-,
dren, a son an 1 daughter, aged three
and one year, were born to them.
He was a devoted husband and
father, and a true friend.
Mr. Dunn had been in failing health
for many months, and those near to
him interceded in his behalf until he
embraced the word of God, and death
found him ready and willing to pass
beyond, where sorrow, sickness, death
and parting is no more.
It was in the twilight shadows of
Juno Ki that bis family last saw him.
homeward bound, walking through the
broad yard. He was then sick with
the headache, which never abated.
His next walk was over the river and
through the pearly portal that ever
There is an hour that never sleeps
beneath the shades of night;
There is an ear that never shuts when
sinks the beams of light:
There is an arm that never tiros when
human strength gives way:
There is a love that never fails when
earthly loves decay
Hut there is a power which men ean
wield when mortal aid is vain,
That eye. that arm. that loe to reach
that listening ear to gain
That power is prayer which soars on
high, through Jesus to God's throne,
And moves the hand which moves the
world, to bring salvation down.
A FUIKNDAND Kni.ATIVK.
The following letters having remain
ed in this olllee uncalled foi .'!() days,
will he sent lo the Dead Letter Ollice
unless delivi'icil within one week. A
fee of 1 cent will be collected on each
letter advertised. When calling for
same please say advertised. June 20.
U. L. Gully, Postmaster.
Mr. S. A. Honit
Mrs. C Barnes
Mr. Will Haleigh
Mr. Joe Skaggs.
Civic League Play.
The Civic League will give their
comic and patriotic entertainment
Thursday. July '22.
The ladies are using the proceeds of
these plays for a good purpose, and
our people should encourage them.
A Card ol Thanks.
I desire to express the sincere thanks
of myself and sons and daughters to
all friends who so kindly assisted at
my home during the illness and death
ol our beloved husband and father.
Mrs. Lou Morris.
1 take this opportunity to inform the
public that I have purchased the sa
loon business formerly known as the
Tom Johnson Half-Way House, atf'a
rtithersville. I will appreciate the
patronage of my friends and acquaint
ances, and invite you to call and see
me when in town.
The public square has been broken
and leveled down, and as soon as the
fence can be put up grass will be sown.
We are informed that if all who signed
donations would pay the amount they
agreed to pay, that there would be
plenty of funds to complete the fence,
and it is hoped they will pay up at
The sheriff and his deputies are
scouring the country and beating the
bushes making their Until "round-up"
tor July term of circuit court, which
will convene at Caruthersville next
Monday. We are informed the docket
is arranged for live weeks session.
The most durable machine made is
the Nbw Homi:. We also haiidlo tho
ball bearing Singer, the WlU.U. FHI3E,
the New Ideal, the Eldredgo, tho Wil
cox and Gibbs. With over -15 yearB
handling and repairing machines, we
are competent to tell you which is the
best. Ohas. Goodrich, O.irutheravillo ,
John Bay, ex-agent for the Waters
Pierce Oil company in this city, has
entered suit against the company lor
$10,000, claiming that he has been
damaged to that extent by derogatory
reports circulated by the company.
Ice users should got our coupon
books. Haves worry and time mak
ing change, avoids mistakes, always
ready. Tormscash. Money refunded
any time. Books carried on wagon,
Hayti Storage. 30tf
Now is a good time to have the Her
ald sent to your friends and relatives.
They will enjoy it moie than a letter,
because it tells all the news.
At the meeting of the school board
Monday night, it was decided to have
the grounds broken and planted to
grass. The clerks salary was raised
to 25. and Harve Ferrellwas appoint
ed school commissioner, in place of
D. J. Heard, resigned.
On July 7, at Portageville, Mrs. A.
J. Fagan lost her band bag, contain
ing 10, diamond brooch, gold watch,
silver manicure scissors and pair of
gold spectacles. The hand bag, mani
cure scissors and spectacles have been
Wo are closing out our Columbia,
Victor and Zouophone 10 inch records
at -15 cents each. Wo have 1,000 re
cords in stock. Also a good discount
on graphophones. Gluts. Goodrich,
Why don't the City Authorities
order people to clean up and cut weeds'?
There is no use for the city to lie in its
present condition. Hot weather is
here and the health of the people de
mands that the city lie kept clean.
When you see n cross marlc on your
paper, made with u pencil, it tellsyou
that your subscription is out and we
ask you to renew at once Not hoar
ing from you promptly, we will stop
I. Kohn Is having another stretch of
concrete walk put down on the square,
10x50 feet on the J. M. Falkoff corner.
Tho east side will now bo the best im-
There's always one store in every
town that pulls just a little harder for
your trade than some other storethat
appreciates your trade just a little more
and offers you just a little better induce
ments? Certainly you do.
Does it not seem right to yourself
that you should buy your goods as cheap
ly as possible and get full value for every
dollar you spend? Certainly so.
Then is it not plain to you that I could
not afford to advertise these facts to you
and tell you of my methods unless I could
make good and prove that I am right.
Think this over and come to mjr store
and see for your self. Let's talk matters
over and figure on a bill of goods.
Come and convince your self that my
store is a good place to trade.
The curfew bell has been put in place,
and will ring each evening at eight
o'clock. This is a warning to the
boys that they ought to be at home.
They may think this bard now, but
when they are men they will think
Mr. Van Winkle, who bought the
Nieolaides farm, near Stanley, has
sold out and will return to Illinois.
He says his wife does not have good
health here is his reason for selling.
For sale at a bargain one of the
nicest residences in town, corner,
near business, 7 rooms, 2 storleB, 2 or
H lots and i lots on opoaite side of
street. J. N. Clemens, Tyler or C.
W. Frick. Hayti. Otf
Sunday the 18th at the M. E. church
at 11 o'clock, subject of the pastor, F.
G. Fallln, will be: Tho New Hlrtb.
At 8 p. in. Witness of the Spirit to the
Fact of the New Uirth.
Bridge timber and lumber of all
IcindB, 2 and 2i. hi. oak flooring, side
walk lumber, oak and cypress, dress
ed and rough pnllng8, always on hand
at reasonable prices. O. W. Frick.
Miss. Marie Woody of Cape Girar
deau came down Sunday, on a visit to
Miss Joy Spoor and other friends at
Hraggadocio. Miss Speer met her at
tho depot in Hayti.
Clothing cleaned and pressed and
nil work guaranteed. Leave orders
at GaBkins' bnrber shop or my resi
dence. J. M. Argo. 27tf
Mrs. Elsie Williams was called to
her homo in Memphis the Hrst of the
week, on account of the illness of
Granville Gvvln, who is making his
homo with her husband, Lee.
Have an account with us. Why not let us
You certainly realize that it is very much to
your interest that you have a bank account
in no other way can you so surely safe
guard your credit and protect your finan
Come in and see us.
BANK OF HAYTI
John L. Dorris, Pres. L C. Averill, VIce-Pres.
T. A. McNaii., Cashier.
John L. Dohuis. Jack Avkiuix. L. L. Lrfi.hr.
Dh. J. W. Johnson. I. Kohn. B. S. Stharns.
Sterling H. McCarty.
I Gum and maplo boxing 812.60 a
' 1.(111(1. KI ft nvnrnHH fnnnlni' 14 a 1.000.
proved part of tho square. Harve , RvervthlnK else in proportion. O. W.
Ferrell is tho contractor.
Good fresh, clean meats, good weights
and courteous treatment is the motto
at Chas. Morgan's butcher shop.
Mrs. Florence Hatcher and Mrs.
Iluino Mayes were out from Caruthora-
37tf villo Sunday.
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A. J. DORRIS, Pres. J. S. WAUL, Vice-Pros.
C. J. PROVINE, 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. C. J. Provine.
J.8. Wahl. G. W. Dorris.
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