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THE HAYTI HERALD.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1000.
MODERN CONCERT CO.
Tlio Modern Concert fonipimy Is
placing in Hsi.Ml this week, antl is
under thi) auspices tif the Hayti Civic
League. Thoy will bo here all the
nut'k, Thoy come well recommended.
The Steele News has this to sa, of
"The Modern Concert Company,
who have heen playing in our cit
during the week, have one of the
cleanest, up-to-date shows that has
ever visited here. The entertainment
consists of rood singing antl dancing,
clever cometltans antl larce uoinetues.
"K. .1. lSlaek, the proprietor, is an
oltl newspaper man, anil as a member
of the craft wo wish to compliment
him on having such u nice company
of ladies and gentlemen and to thank
them for favors shown this olllee. All
who have attended the show art woll
pleased. The, clone their engage
ment in Steele Saturday night anil
open in Iluti Monthly.''
"TJie Modern Concert Company
has heen plu, iny to largo and appre
ciative audiences at their tent just
this side of the hall park this week.
The company is composed of ladies
antl gentlemen of high talent, and yon
can ret assured of being well enter
tained overj time you go."
As a prosecutor in murder and crim
inal cases, Judge .. S. Gos'hoiii is
fast coining to the front as the best in
Southeast Missouri, and certainly the
I test in Pemiscot county.
Another one. of his good convictions
was in the Frank Hnriett murder case
last week, when Unrrett was given 28
years in the penitentiary for killing a
man at Deering a few months ago.
Wo are informed that a former prose
cuting attorney offered to accept a
plea of guilty antl allow two ,curs
and a parole, hut Marrett would not
accept this, thinking he could clear
In the hands of I 'rosecuting Attorney
Gossom, however, a strong case was
developed, and Harret gotten olT
light with 2S j ears, and since the trial
new evidence is developing that makes
the case still stronger.
Harrottis well known in Hayti. hav
ing lived hero several years. The
murder at Deering was during a
The new Missouri law, making gun
toting a felony, becomes ell'ective Aug.
JO. The law provides a punishment
ol not more than two yeais in the
penitential y and a maximum line of
SUM) for carrying concealed deadly
weapons, or lor carrying such weapons
concealed or cxpnsutl to a public
galhoiing, or when intoxicated, or for
selling or loaning finch weapons to any
He Was From Dunklin County.
Dunklin County Democrat: They
are telling t lis tory, although It may
he a lie, made out of the whole cloth:
A middle aged looking man from
Dunklin county alighted from a train
one tit. at Caruthersville recently and
went to a saloon close to the depot. I
Ho went in and commenced pointing
around at the shelves. The bartender,
llnally placed his hand on a bottle of,
"Kentucky Dew" and the man nodded
his head to the effect that the barkeep
er had what ho wanted. lie took
about four big gulps antl drew a live
dollar bill. The bartender wanted to
ho Kintl ami wrote on u piece of pa
per, "we'don't charge deaf anil dumb
people for win.' thoy drink here."
"11 1, Pin not deaf and dumb. I
was just so dry that 1 couldn't speak."
said the fellow.
The cigarette law goes into effect
August 1. and after that date it will
be unlawful lor dealers to sell cigar
ette papers or cigarettes to those un
der the age ol IS, and should any one
under this age bo found smoking ci
garettes on the streets they are subject
to a line. Hotter be careful, boys.
Notice For Proposals.
Sealed bitls will be received by the
hoard of directors of the Dry Hayou
School District up to .'I o'clock Mon
day, Aug. Hi. litOSI. for the building
and completing of a one story school
house in said district, on the north
east corner of the Schilling farm, according-
to plans and specifications
which ma.v be seen by calling upon C.
W. Wilson, Dry Bavou. P. S. Haven
stein, ITayti, or.ludgeS. 11. McCarly,
Caruthersville, AIo. Address all
proposals in a sealetl envelope to C.
W. Wilson, Stanley. Mo., marked
proposals to build school house, at
Dry Hayou, Mo. The board of di
rectors reserve the right to reject an
antl all bids.
Back to Pemiscot.
.7. J. Karris, and family, who left
with Tom Williams for Tahoka, Tex.,
two years ago, arrived back in old
Pemiscot last week, Artie Kirkpatrick
coining through on the emigrant car,
antl arriving Sunday, having been a
week on the road. Mr. Kirkpatrick in-
forms'us that there will be no crops
this year, as there has been no rains
in seven montiis, antl tnai .ir.
Williams expects to join his sons in
Store Rooms for Rent or Lease.
Four store rooms for rent, known
aa the Franklin Block, south sitle of
the Bqunre. Apply to T. A. McNail,
at Bank of Hayti 41tt
To be Haird returned from Kentucky
last Thursday, leaving his wife there
to recuperate her health. While there
be visited bis old home at Shoppards
ville, and brought back from the old
burying ground a piece of a petrified
corpse that was unearthed while dig
ging a grave about six weeks ago.
The whole form was perfectly potrilied,
some of it resembling Hint. The piece
.Mr. Uiiird has shows one button, a
part of the bones, and what seems to
be the small intestines.
A full lino of Waltham, hlgin. Ham
den, Springueld and South Bend
watchea. Wo handle no 'Jails. Noth
ing hut the beat, that has passed in
spection at the fiu-lory. Unas. Good
rich, Caruthersville. 30
of the Little
''Retort I begin to
uk Dr Mile Anil'
Piln Pllli 1 tuHertd
lor diyt end weeki
with ncur!gl- Now
I nrtly ever hive the
heidiche. I will never
be without them."
Mlsi Elenor Wide
82S N.tiih Street,
Si Joseph, Mlsioun
Residence and Lots for Sale.
For Halo at a bargain one of the
nicest residences in town, corner,
near business, 7 rooms, 2 stories, 2 or
3 lotR antl 4 lotH oil oposite side of
street. J. N. Clemens, Tyler or C.
W. Frick, Hayti. 5tf
Chas. Goodrich, the Caruthersville
jeweler, was in Hayti Sunday after
noon, and informed us that he would
leave for a short trip to Florida next
Saturday, to look after his property
at Kissiniee and Jacksonville. He
will stop at Memphis. Tenn., in hopes
of getting some clue to the men who
stole his diamonds during the drum
The most durable machine made is
the Nrw Homk. Wo alHO handle the
ball hearing Singer, the Wii.i.,0. Fkki:,
the New Ideal, the Eldredge, the Wil
cox ami Gibbs. With over 45 years
handling antl repairing machines, we
are competent to tell you which is the
best. Chas. Goodrich, Caruthersville.
The whole town of Grandiii has been
oH'eied by its absolute owner, the .Mis
souri I. umbei anil Mining Company,
to tlie National Congregational Kduea
lional Society, for the purpose of es
tablishing a gioat inilustial academy.
We are closing out our Columbia,
Viol or and Zonophone 10 inch records
at -10 cents each. We have 1.000 re
cords in stock. Also a good discount
on graphophoues. Ulins. Goodrich,
The marshal will doubtless have to
take a hand in entertaining some of
the boys who are getting smart at the
show. Parents who have boys who
can't behave themselves in public
should keep them at home.
Bridge limber and lumber of all
kinds, 2 anil 2J. in. oak flooring, side
walk lumber, oak and cypress, ilreHH
ed and rough palings, always on hand
at reasonable prices. 0. W. Frick.
DO NOT GET
25 Doses 25 Cents
Yonr Drutglu wilt Dr. Mile' Aml-Piln Pllle
tod b It curfcorittd to return the price ol the flnt
ptcUfit (only) tf It hilt to benefit you.
Will Watson of Ilolcomb ran into
the arms of the cit officials at the de
pot last Friday, and after interview
ing Police .fudge Gwin, made the
usual deposit for the benefit of our
much depleted treasury.
Clothing cleaned and pressed and
a!' work guaranteed. Leave orderH
at Oilskins' barber shop or my resi
dence. J. M. Argo. 27tt
Mrs. Kmily Taylor brought to our
office Saturday some peaches that for
color, shape and size aro the equal of
any we have seen this year. She lias
sold about 20 bushel, and still has
more to bell.
J. I.. Dorris' has the finest line of
laces and embroideries ever brought
to Hayti. Aak to seo them, whether
you want to buy or not.
Hev Fitllin closed his vear's work
with Deering last Sunday night, and
will he in his pulpit here every Sunday
antl Sunday night until conference,
which will meet at Fredericktown Sept.
.". Come out and lets make the last
month the best in the year.
Ice users should get our coupon
books. Saves worry and time mak
ing change, avoids mistakes, always
ready. Terms cash. Money refunded
any time. Books carried on wngon.
Hayti Storage. 30tf
The Modern Concert Company is
entertaining the people of Hati this
week, antl is dividing the receipts
witli the Civic League. The company
is made up of nice men and women,
and their entertainments are clean.
When you see a cross mark on your
paper, made with a pencil, it tells you
that your subscription is out and we
aBk you to renew at once Not hear
ing from you promptly, we will stop
Walter Jenkins, a timber man, drew
all the money coming to him last Sat
urday, antl lt'ft his creditors. Several
attachment have been served, antl
much annoyance, may result. It is
said he was owing about $1,500. and
left with about 1,'J0U.
Grit TCote asphalt roofing, feltspar
surface one side, sanded surface one
side. One of the best roofings made.
Call antl see it and get prices. C. W.
Von Mayes, the Hayti lawyer, won
several very important damage cases
tit Caruthersville this court, among
them the 'J'. K. Hum case against the
Frisco for .r 000 and the G. K. Fields
case for $l,.r00.
Now is a good time to have the Her
ald went to your friends and iclatives.
They will enjoy it more than a letter,
because it tells all the news.
On August .'10 the Woodman of the
World paid the A. H. Dunn insurance,
7f0.00, &I75.00 going to the widow
and sf.rjfi.OO to the oldest child. This
was a quick adjustment.
We havo some extra good things In
men's and hoy's underwear fo'r hot
weather. Got something thin and
keep cool. J, L. Dorris,
Kast Prairie Eagle: II. F. Wlicof
Hayti, returned to his home Thursday,
after u few days' visit with his sister,
Mrs. W. Winslow whom ho bail not
seen for twenty-six years.
What's the use? The man who runs over himself,
gets stampeded, tears his clothes and pulls his hair every
time the world doesn't wag his way, is making his own
life a failure and the lives of others miserable.
Better get down to system find the rough places and
keep away from them. This is my motto in business. I
know that kind and courteous treatment, honest goods and
honest prices, coupled with fair dealings, will win out in the
end, and will make my customers permanent.
It's a good thing to get acquainted. Don't limit your
self. The world is large, and people are different. I
would like for you to come to my store and learn my ways
and my prices examine my stock carefully, and I am sure
you will be pleased not only pleased, but that we will be
friends and you will be my customer, and save yourself
much worry. I lake care of my customers, because their
interest and welfare is my own. See the point!
Of the money deposited with this bank is guarded by
as careful, conservative board of directors as you will
It's worth while to take into consideration the
character, integrity and responsibility of the men be
hind a bank before making your selection of one to
do business with.
The directorate of this bank is made up of men
who are individually successful and collectively able
lo safeguard your interests.
CAPITAL STOCK $20,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $1,500
John L. Doiuus, Pros. L C. Avinnu., Vico-Pres.
T. A. Mi'Naii., Cashier.
John L. Dokkis. Jac-k Avi:mi.i..
Dh. J. W. Johnson. I. Kohn.
Stkkunu H. McCautv,
L. L. Lkki.kk.
B. S. Stkakns.
Those Silvor Negllgeoshirtsat J. L.
Dorris' aro beauties. The man who
wears silver shirts, has no shirt
P. M. Johnson of Terry paid this
office a pleasant call Tuesday, and in
formed us that the Webb boys, brothers
of his wife, aro getting along nicely in
Good fresh, clean meats, uootl weights
and courteoiiH treatment is the motto
at Chua. .Morgan's butcher shop. II7tf
MU.JtV "fa "A J W. Jli H Jm JW -fy, JB,Jf9
a i nnniiis Pm .1. s. waih.. vib.i.
A. J. DORRIS, Pros. J. S. WAHL, Vlce-Proo.
C. J. PROVING, Cashier and Secretary.
LoanR to Farmers, Merchants and Lumbermen. Ratos
Reasonable, Good Notes Bought. Deposits Solicited. Fair
and Courteous Treatment.
A. J. Dorris. D. O. Stuhhs. O. J. Provine.
J. S. Wahl. G. W. Dorris.