The moat durable machino inndo is
tho New Home. Wo also handle tho
ball bearing Singer, tho WiLi,0. FltEE,
the New Ideal, tho Eldredge, the Wil
cox and Globs. With over 15 yen
handling and repairing machines, we
are competent to toll you which la the
best. Chan. Goodrich, CarutherBville.
Dr. R. C. CRESSWELL
Ollice in Kolm liiiiltliug
Crown and Bridge Work n Specialty.
HAYTI, - - MlBSOUKl.
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician and Surgeon
Ollleo phono GO. Residence (it).
Hayti, - - Missouri.
J. W. JOHNSON
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phono 21. - - Office 48.
Hayti, - Mo.
J. G. CRIDER
Physician and Surgeon
Olllce in Tiiautmann's Duihj Stoki:
Phono No. fio
Hayti, - - Missouri
F. A. MA YES
Physician and Surgeon
Hayti, ... Missouui
STEllLINti II. McCAKTY
Will practice in (bounty, State and
United States Courts.
Ollice in Court House.
CAnrrrin:it.svn,i.K, -:- Mihsorui
J. S. GOSSOiM
Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co.
All Kinds of Civil Business Promptly
Ollice in Court House
Caki"iiu:h.svii.i.i:, - Misorui
BAYLESS L. GUFFY
Hayti, - Missouri.
J. E. DUNCAN
Will practice in all the courts
Ollice, Over City Drug Store.
Oaiu'thiik.sviu.i:, : : Mo.
JOHN. T BUCKLEY
Ollice in J. I,. Dorris' Store.
Hayti, - - - Missolmh.
J. W. WRIGHT
PAINTER, PAPER HANGER AND
All Kind, of Fruco .ad Ornimt.til Work
HAYTI. . MISSOURI
Averill Insurance Agency
Hartford Fire Fnsuranca Co.
American Central Insurance Co.
Phoenix Insurance Co,
Phenix Insurance Co.
Niagara Insurance Co.
Strongest agency in tho city.
L.C. AVERILL, - - Hayti, Mo.
P. S. RAVENSTEIN
KIKE AM) LI FK
REAL ESTATE AGENT
OHico at Home. Phone No.28
Hayti, - Missouri
Two Chairs. Firstclasa Service and
everything neat and clean. I respect
fully solicit your patronage,
THE HAYTI HERALD
Published Every Thursday, By
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: 81.00
ENTERED AT THE 1'OSTOKKIUE, HAYTI,
Ollice in City Hall, Soui Invest Room,
AS OTIIKKS SEE US.
The editor of the Hayti (Mo.) Her
ild, as an agitator of all questions per
t 1 ling to th io t 'fluent of conditions
in hii little town, is untiring and lie
will accomplish something- or cause
something to ho accomplished event
ual 1, or we are no judge of a good
newspaperman. -O-ceola (Ark.) Press.
If the dead can be brought hack to
life and oven if Ilaxti was ever dead
William York, the cr-iiitilc editor
of the llusti Herald, will longdate it.
He is never asleep when he can say a
a good thing for his home town
"Whom the Lord lovetli, He chas
tiseth." It is so with u-., when there
is nothing good to sa,, for it makes
bad people good and good people bet
ter. Such comments as the above is en
couraging to us, and we have received
inun of them from our wide awake
and progressive exchanges. Of course
we make some sore spots on chronic
sore heads as we go along and tramp
le upon the corns of some olduout,
giouty drones now and then
sullicently to cause them to sit up
and take notice, but such people are
fast becoming accustomed to a good,
lie newspaper, and thex are realizing
that our feeling is purel lor the gen
eral public good. The sooner the peo
ple can la, down personal feeling,
spite, env and jealoiis.v the better it
will be for them. This, we believe,
main of our people are learning to do
and tbe. aie getting more together.
We can already see much good that
we hae accomplished lor the good of
the town and we feel well repaid for
the actual enemies, if an,, we have
made, and we feel ver, grateful tor
main new friends.
It frequently occurs that people de
.sire to write articles for a newspaper,
and have them published as fiom the
editor, just as though an editor can
stand for everything. An editor is
just like other people, onh he must
stand back of what he sa,s, and if he
cannot stand back of it he does not
sa it. Tin- editor does not say the
half ol what he sometimes thinks and
leels, and he learns 1j experience to
be a good judge and to sit in trial
over his thoughts. An editor must
weigh both sides of ever question
and be sine of his grounds before he
speaks. So people desiring to air
their opinions in public print should
do so under their own name, and if
tho cannot do this, then tho should
keep silent at ain rate, do not try to
gel the editor to be responsible for
our ideas. Editors have troubles ol
Let evor.N bod clean up. It is now far
into the summer, and the weather is
hot anil the weeds and grass is rank,
privies and outbuildings and feeding
places are foul-wor.se than ever
known in Hayti and there is a great
amount of sickness, and something
must be done. A general cleaning tip
order appla ing to evert bod t must be
made and enforced. In times past
these cleaning up orders hate been
made and carefullt enlorced and each
resident furnished with a printed no
tice. We hclfcu the eit.t .should have
these notices printed out and that the
marshal should be instructed to de
liver them und see that tho order is
The time to cut weeds has now roll
ed around and every noxious plant
and weed of evert kind should be put
out of existence. There a law to com
pel evert property owner to cut his
weeds, but it ought not bo necessar.t
to invoke this law, as it is a matter of
health that the poisonous weeds be dis
posed of, as they hold dampness and
pollute tho air and are now ripening
and seeding the ground for another
jour. Property owners .should look
to it that their weeds are disposed of
in such a way that the health of no
one will be menaced. If the men will
not got busy, then let the women trj
their hand at cleaning up.
It hus been said that ''you can catch
more Hies with molasses than with
vinegar." Hut wo are out of mollis
.sc.s,' und, unfortunately, were not
born under tho "molasses" planet.
Neither do wo use vinegar to "catch
Hies," as wo are not in tho "Hie"
catching business. .Men who huve to
ho baited to induce them to favor you,
generally consumo more bait than
their favors are worth and are always
reudy to show- their teeth when you re
William York, Editor and Pun.
A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE
MISSOURI. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER
Hayti, Pemiscot County, Missouri
duce their rations. The men we de
sire to feel klndlj toward us are thosi
who are actuated purely by a keei
sense of honor and manhood and dut
to his fellow man.
The enemies we make by doing right
are not the ones who would benelit us
if we won their friendship by doing
wrong. These are the people who de
sire to use us for their own selfish
purposes, and when they lind the.t can
not do so and cannot weave us in
their web, they sulk and Mill and trt
to make it appeal' that wc cannot live
without them. Hut tho world wags on
just the same. The friends we want
u ml the.t are the ones who will re
main friends are those who come to
us on account of the good we do und do
not condemn us for evert little mis
take. The hog law now being passed b
the cit council muj be condemned b
inaiit . and may cause a lot of cussing,
but after it is tried for a tear the peo
ple will be loud in their praise. The
citj council deserves great praise,
and the can rest assured that as soon
as the law isthoioughly tested those
who feel hard toward them now will
be their best friends.
The latest piece of freak legislation
to come to our notice, is the bill in
troduced in the Georgia legislature to
prevent women from riding astride.
About the next bill this genius from
the backwoods will introduce will be
to regulate the length of women's
Maiden is preparing to take her
census. This will make two towns in
Dunklin county to have an indepen
dent vote on the local option question.
Hayti Lodge Directory
M. W. A.
Hayti camp No. 9507, moots every
Friday night at Masonic hall.
H. L. Davidson, V. C.
J. T. Buckley, Clerk.
I. O. O. F.
New Era lodge No. 352 meets everv
Saturday night at Odd Fellow hall. I
Morgan Worth, N. O. i
P. S. Bavenstkin, Sec. '
Hayti chapter No. 217, meets 2nd
and Ilh Tuesdays, at Masonic hall.
Ada Juden, Wm.
Viims. P. Adams, Sec.
K. and L. of H.
Hayti lodge No. 2717, meets 1st and
3rd Tuesdays, at Masonic hall.
Wm. Beasoner, Protector.
Anna Dunklin. Sec.
A. F. and A. M.
Hayti lodge No. 571 moots 1st and
3rd Thursdays at Masonic hall.
Vino. P. Adams, W. M.
Bayless L. Guity, Sec.
W. O. W.
Paean camp No. 273 meets every
2nd and 1th Monday nights at Odd
Mono an Worth, O. C.
C. J. Mayes, Clerk.
Meets at Odd Follow hall 1st and
3rd Monday nights.
Mrs. A. Donks, Guardian.
Mrs. Jessie Dorris, Clerk.
M. P. L.
Hayti council No. G3 meets 2nd and
Uh Thutsday at Odd Fellow hall.
A. T. Hutson, Pres.
II. M. Bansiiuroh, Sec.
I. 0. H. M.
Wakaruaa Tribe No. 171, meets
every Tuesday sleep, 8th run, at Odd
Follow hall. All Chiefs invited.
Amos Huffman, Sachem.
A. O. Allen, Chief of Bocords.
Services at Methodist church, south:
Preaching 1st, 3d and 1th Sundays at
11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m,
Sunday school every Sunday at 0:15
Eptvorth League eacli Sunday 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting each Wed. at 7 p. m.
To all these services the public is
T. Q. Fali.in, Pastor.
Church of Christ; services hi city
hall, 1st and 4th Sundays, afternoons
aud nights, by Eld. W. A. Burke.
Week days: 7 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Sundays: 7:30 to 0:30 a. in, and
4:30 to 5:30 p. m.
Lobby remains open 7:00 a. in, to
7:00 p. m. Sundays.
Recipe That Seldom Falls.
Probably the boat salvo for healing
he bioken heart of a woman la a mix
'iiro of time and another man.
Comes your Bank Account is the Best Umbrella.
Not what you get, but what you Hold, eases life's burden.
Build your Bank account with us. Small ones as
welcome as large ones.
Cahtai, 650,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $;0.000.00
John W. Gieen, 1'iesident. Lee W. Bond, Cashier.
S;i. A'isdadtlvi-'T-ints. ftSlU Wt Cashie.s.
Board of Directors:
S. S. Markov J. W. McClanahan Geo. L. Wilks
L. L. Collins C. F Moker Chas. A.Tisdadt
John W. Gieen E. II. Musgiave Lee W. Hood
V. J. Bate W. A. Green
THE JOHN A. FARIS MILLING CO.
MEAL AND CHOPS
Particular attention to custom grind
ini. Corn ground or exchanged for meal
any day in the week.
A3I0S HUFP3IAN, SIri-., " Ha) 11, Mo.
All Kinds Kougli ;ml Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Building
Material, Cj press Fencing, etc.
& Wholesale and Retail &
Wo have just put in a stock of Windows, Doors, Window and Door
Stops, Moulding, Siding, Flooring, Ceiling and all kinds of Finishing
Material, and can supply your wants for all building purposes. We al
so have bridge timbers and fence posts, roofing, etc. Reasonable prices
and good measurement is our motto. Your trade solicited.
0. W. FEICK,
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To produce a good
and pure Sodn Water
it requires the use of
choice material as well as a scientific pro
cess. Do not abuse your stomach in the
use of inferior carbonated goods. Demand
good and pure Soda Water, the same as
you would pure food.
Wahl's is the Brand.
When you call for it, see that it is served and that the crown stopper
hears the trade mark. This will guarantee to you pure and good Soda
Water, Coca Cola, Jersey Cream, etc.
J. S. WAUL BOTTLING WORKS,
Nothing Out of Nothing.
Nothing can come out of nothing,
any more than a thing can go back to
nothing. Marcus Aurcllua.
BIirQ B Baa B U ffa KB3 B B
For Pure and Fresh Drugs
Stationery and School Supplies
Candies and Cigars
S New Line
Paints, Oils and
Locuted East Side Kiiian
Hayti, - Mo.
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