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THE HAYTI HERALD
VOL.1.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1900.
NO. 44.
RESOLUTIONS.
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A QUIET WEDDING.
Lust Kumlu, afternoon ut the home
of tin.- bride's father, Virg. P. Adaiii..
Miss fona Adams was qulotlj married
to (loo. S. Hrown of Deering, Kev.
T. U. Fiillin olllciating. and W. 1
Robertson of Deering acting as
groomsman and Miss F.thel Dunklin
of Hayti acting as bridesmaid.
Only u few of thi immediate friends
and relatives were present.
The! bride is out? of llayti's most ac
complished and refined joimj; ladies
and it member of one of our pioneer
families, while the groom is a polish
ed getlcinan !ml a thorough business
man.
They left soon after the eermon.v for
their home at Deering, carrying with
them the best wishes of u host of
friends and acquaintances.
Anion;,' those preient were: Mr.
and Mrs. McCain, Miss Anna Chap
inan and V. P. Robertson ol Deer
iiijf. Miss Margaret Hatcher of Cairo,
111., Mrs. It. G. Kandidgc of Granite,
Okla. and Uev. T. G. Fallin and fami
ly, Mrs. A. .. Dorris, Von Mayes.
Mrs. Anna Dunklin and Miss F.thel
Dunklin of Ilajti.
The happj couple weie the recipients
of some beautiful and valuable pres
ents, as the billowing will hhow:
Mrs. K. G. Sandidge. rug: .Mrs. A.
.1. Dorris, bowl and pitcher: Mr. "and
Mrs. V. L. McCain, silver teaspoons:
Mr. Tollo and Miss I'ciuhcrton, table
cloth and napkins: Mr. and Mrs.
Shuh and daughter. Christine, silver
meat fork and hand embroidered side
board set; Misses Floj and Margaret
Hatcher, cut glass fruit bowl; Mrs. .1.
W. Hatcher, Cherry preserves: Miss
Ethel Dunklin, silver teaspoons, su
gar shell and butter knife; Mrs. 'J'. G.
Fallin, olive dish; Mrs. Ed .luden,
Battenhurg table cover: Miss Mona
.Tuden, Hattenburg dresser scarf: Mr.
and Alr.s. F. F. Anderson, silverwaie.
Forest of Pecan Camp Number '2TA
W. O V., Ilajti, Missouri, August
ki, num.
We, jour committee on resolutions
of respect, beg to report us follows:
Whereas, the Allwise Ruler of the
Universe and Commander of the great
spiritual forest, has seen lit to pluck
from our little cluster here on earth
und plant into His great forest on
high our dear beloved brother, Jolm
D. Hranllej. who departed this life
Aug. 11. 1!I0!I, aged ii! j ears. Iliimnllitj
and 8 dajs.
Dudd Hrantlcj, as he was familiarly
known, was vv much devoted to his
SQUARE FENCED.
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Thanks to the Civic League, the '
good woman of oiu town and Geo.
Dorris and I. Kolu, the public square
is graded and foncfl. Of course the
business men all donated liberallj,
but Dorris and Kohn were placed in
charge of the work, and did theirdutj
well. The fence and gates is of beauti
ful woven wire, anil substantial. The
next move is to put down hitching
posts and racks, sodding the square
with grass and setting trees.
wife and to the occupation he follow'-1 ,,illi"lls will be held at Caruthersville,
Teacher'6 Examinations.
The next regular teacher's exami-
ed and fell at his post of duty in the
very beginning of lile's activitj, and
a joung and igorous tree has been
cut Iroin our iorest, a strong and am
bitious husband has been taken from
a liappj home: therelore, be it
He solved, Thai we deeplj mourn
his loss to our brotherhood, that our
Aug. '21 and 23. Teachers will paj the
eountj treasurer the fee, and present
the receipt. The same order of sub
jects will be observed as on previous
examinations.
15. S. Stearns, Com.
Clayton Villiains is our latest
lar suhscribir.
dol-
Under the new school law the town
ships in which are located the towns of
Ilajti and Caruthersville will have
truant ollicers, appointed by the Hoard
of Education. These ollicers will have
power to arrest all truants without a
warrant. Let the right appointments
be made, and the law enlorced to the
letter. It is the right and proper
thing.
A professor has discovered among
some ancient ruins what is supposed
to be theeleventh commandment. The
text is as follows: "Hmasrof Ijtpmorp
tseyap uoht sselnu icpapswen a daer
ton tlahs uoht." The commandment
is easily translated by beginning at
the end and reading backward.---Ex.
The trees in the school grounds need
attention and need it had. The water
sprouts at the roots should be kept re
moved, and the limbs should be trim
med and the trees given form. Hut
the water-sprouts should be removed
at once, as they are very injurious to
the life and growth of the trees.
The most durable machine made is
the New IIomis. Wu also handle the
ball bearing Singer, the Wlu.C. Fiu:k,
the Now Ideal, the Eldredge, the Wil
cox and fiibbs. With over '15 years
handling and repairing machines, we
are competent to tell you which is the
best. Chas. Goodrich, Caruthersville.
Rev. J. L. Woolverton has returned
from New Madrid county, where he
conducted a revival near Mathews,
which resulted in .'10 professions and
2.'5 accessions to the church. Rev.
Woolverton went to Tennessee to
begin a meeting this week.
A full lino of Walthnm, Elgin, Ham
den, Springfield and South Bend
watcheB, We handle no 2nds. Noth-
lug but the best, that haB passed in
spection at the factory. Chas, Good
rich, Carutherflville. 30
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clement, Mrs.
Al Campbell of Caruthersville, Miss
Emma Clement of St. Louis, Miss
Anna Klein of Summerllold, 111.,
spent Sunday with Theo. Klinkhardt
and family.
We are closing out our Columbia,
Victor and Zonophone 10 inch records
at -J5 centB each. We have 1.000 re
cords in atoclc. Also a good discount
on graphophones. Chas. Goodrich,
Caruthersville.
Mrs. C. L. Letter and grandson son,
Ernest, and Misb Letitia McFarland,
returned from Hot Springs Saturday,
much Improved in health. O, L. Lof
ler went down to Memphis Friday
afternoon to meet them.
Crockery, flower pots, granlteware,
glassware, tinware and woodenware,
if -')p
$10,000 City Hall, Eredted by the Citizens of Hayti to Donate to
Pemiscot County for Courthouse Purposes, the Grounds
of Which are Now Graded and Fenced.
charter be draped in mourning for a
period of thirty days, and that we ex
tend our condolences to the sorrowing
wife. He it further
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread upon the record, and a copy be
sent the wife, also a copy to the Hiij
ti Herald for publication.
(P. S. Ravi:nsti:in.
Committee C. J. 51.vi:s,
(C. L. Li:i'ij;it.
Dan Dortch was on the sick list last
week. .lack Averill said Dan's
politics clabbered on his .stomach, and
he could get no relief until he took
black pills.
Ice users should gpt our coupon
books. Saves worry and time mak
ing change, avoids mistakes, always
ready. Terms cash. Money refunded
any time. Honks carried on wagon.
Hayti Storage. IlOtf
Mrs. Fred Anderson and daughter,
Miss Anna, of Deering, anil Miss
Margaret Hatcher, of Cairo, 111., are
visiting the familj of Virg. P. Adams.
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
the paper.
Please tell us some news.
Chickens Wanted.
Highest cash price paid forchickena
at C. M. Shell's Restaurant. M
Oil and Gas Lease Forms for Sale,
Wo have prepared and printed a
lot of oil and gas lease forms, which
we will sell at 2 cents each. Herald,
Special Notice
I take this opportunity to inform the
public that I have purchased tho sa
loon business formerly known as the
Tom Johnson Half-Way House, atCa
rutliersville. 1 will appreciate- the
patronage of my friends and acquaint
ances, and invito you to call and see
me when In town.
Fred Morgan.
BIRDSELL WAGONS
Buy a wagon a "Birdsell Wagon"
because they are made to run and
not to play with. This Is the best
wagon made, and I have just received
a Bhlpmont direct from the factory at
South Bend, Ind Don't fall to boo
mo, Hell for Cash or time.
H. HENDERSON,
at Banders Bros.
41 4t Concord. PoBtoHlce; Hayti, Mo,
Sunday, the '211th, services will be
conducted at the Methodist church at
11 a. in. and 8 p. 111. The Lord's Sup
per at X p. m. 'leaching by Rev.
II. P. Crowe. Quarterly conference
will be Monday, the ."lOth. This is the
last quarterly meeting for this year,
and the pastor, Rev. T. G. Fallin,
would like for everybody to come out
and make it the best of the year.
Bridge timber and lumber of all
kinds, 2 and 2u in. oak flooring, side
walk lumber, oak and cypress, dress
ed and rough palings, always on hand
at reasonable prices. C. W. Frick.
An excellent quartet was rendered
at the Methodist church last Sunday
by Misses Irene Wells, Jessie Ferrell,
Anna Dunklin and Miss Finnegan.
Mrs. IJ. L. Guffy was organist.
Grit ICote asphalt rooting, foltspar
surface one side, sanded surface one
side. One of the best Toolings made.
Call and see it and get prices. O, W.
Frick. sotf
I vey Turner and family returned a
few days ago from Hay City, Texas,
where he lost his crop, house and
everything lie had in a storm.
Wo have some extra good things in
men's and boy's underwear for hot
weather. Get something thin and
keep cool. J. L. Dorris,
Mrs. Guy Sanders left Tuesday for
a visit to her homo at Rurfordsville.
From there she will go to .Shumate
Springs.
Clothing cleaned and pressed and
all work guaranteed. Leave orderB
at Gaskins' barber shop or my resi
dence. J. M. Argo. 27tf
Hayes Langdon was shot in tho
shoulder at Kennott last Friday night,
by Tom Williams, as a result of a
family affair.
J. L. DorriH' has the finest linn of
laces and embroideries over brought
to Hayti. Aak to see them, whether
you want to buy or not.
Thomas Smothers, of Deering, and
Ivy D. Hurton, of Covington, wero in
Hayti Thursday night, attending Ma
sonic Lodge.
Just received, a now lot of "Silver"
Collars, tho only collar with tho linl
cord eyelet. They wont tear out. J.
L, Dorris.
Misses Hulda Douglas and Fannio
Neel returned to their homu at Kennott
Sunday accompanied by Miss Jessie
Morris.
QtaBB of all kinds at
mann'B Drug Store.
Dr.
Traut-26
DO NOT GET
Eh ink W 1 I Ba O
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 take care of my customers, because their
interest and welfare is my own. See the point!
L. O. AVERILL
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THE SAFETY
Of the money deposited with this bank is guarded by
as careful, conservative board of directors as you will
find anywhere.
It's worth while to take iato consideiation 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
to safeguard your interests.
CAPITAL STOCK- $20,i00
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $1,500
OFFICERS
John L. Domus, Preft. L C. Avkrill, Vice-Pros.
T. A. McNail, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
John L. Domus. Jack Avi:iui.l. L. L. Lkfixk.
Dk. J. W. Johnson. I. Kohn. B. S. Stkahns.
Stkhmnq II. McCaiity.
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0. J. PROVING, Cashier and Secretary.
CITIZENS BANK
OF HAYTI.
Capital $10,000
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Loans to Farmers, Meroliauts and Lumbermen. Rates
Reasonable, Good Notes Bought, DepoBltB Solicited. Fair
and Courteoua Treatment.
DIRECTOR8:
A. J. DorriB. D. 0. StubbB. 0. J. Provlne.
J. S. Wahl, Q. W. Dorris.
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