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Dr. R. G. CRESSWELL
Offlco in Kohn Building
Crown and Bridge Work a Spoolalty.
Hayti, - - Missoum.
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician nntl Surgeon
Office phone 60. Residence 00.
Hayti, ... Missoum.
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 24, - - Office 48.
Hayti, - Mo.
J. G. CRIDER
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice In Thautmann'b Drug Stoki:
Phone No. 50 "
Hayti, - Missouri
F. A. MAYES
Physician and Surgeon
Hayti, - Missouri
STERLING II. McCAltTY
Will practice in County, State and
United States Courts.
Ollice in Court House.
Caruthkrsville, :- Missouri
J. S. GOSSOM
Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co.
All Kinds of Civil Business Promptly
Oflice in Court House
Caruthkrsviij.e, - Missouri
BAYLESS L. GUFFY
Hayti, - Missouri.
J. E. DUNCAN
Atto rne y - at- Law
Will practice in all the courts
Office, Over City Drug Store.
Oaruthehsville, : : Mo.
V1RG. P. ADAMS
Ileal Estuto and Insurance
Office South Side Square
Hayti, - - - Missouri
JOHN T. BUCKLEY
Office in J. L. DorriB' Store.
Hayti, ... Missouri.
Two Chairs. Firstclass Service and
everything neat and clean. I respect
fully solicit your patronage.
Averill Insurance Agency
Hartford Fire Insuranca Co.
American Central Insurance Co.
Phoenix Insurance Co,
Phenix Insurance Co.
Niagara Insurance Co.
Strongest agoncy in the city.
L. 0. AVERILL, - - Hayti, Mo.
P. S. RAVENSTEIN
FINE AND LIFE
HEAL ESTATE AGENT
Office at Homo. Phono No.28
Lest you forget it, better hand us
your dollar for another year's sub-hcriptlon.
THE HAYTI HERALD
PunusiiED Every Thursday, By
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 31.00
ENTERED AT THE I'OBTOFKICE, HAYTI,
Ofllco In City Hall, Southwest Room,
NOT MANY OF THEM.
Bro. York, of tho Hajti Herald, ib
handing his subscribers an Al paper
and the fellow who has been taking it
for a j ear on "promise to pay" should
dig up now and show his appreciation
by renewing a vear. The following
form of letter would be pleasing:
"Ed. Herald, Hajti, Mo: In con
sideration of your kindness in send
ing tho Herald to me the past year, I
show my substantial appreciation by
inclosing $2, which you will credit to
my subscription. Your paper has
proved itself indispensible to our
home. A Booster." Steele News.
Thanks, Bro. Mc. You are on the
right track, onlj we have very few
credit subscribers. We started this
paper on a cash basis, feeling that
any person who reallj wanted to, and
wanted the paper, could pay for it,
and nearly all our subscribers have
A dollar is a small matter to eacli
subscriber, but several hundred of
them amount to considerable, to the
newspaper; besides, newspaper men
are generally poor, work hard, and
needeor dollar due them.
This issue of the Hajti Herald is
No. o0, show ing that the paper has
been printed 50 weeks. 52 weeks is a
ear. Two more weeks will be No. 52,
which will end our first jear. This
will be October 21. Promptly when
our j ear is up we expect all our sub
scribers to renew their subscription.
Cj a prompt renewal and the contin
ued support of our friends we can
staitinthe second jear butter fixed
and more able to get out a good pa
per. It takes money to run a news
paper, and the people must stand back
of it. A newspaper cannot live with
out support, and we will need jour
support just us much the second jear
as we did the lirst jear, and the town
has the same need of the paper, and
the paper will do the town just as
much or more good. We have been
making the paper just as good or a
little better than our patronage would
justify, and will continue to do so.
Eery person should feel a just pride
in their home paper, and if they want
it to be better and more credit to the
town, they should give it more sup
poit. Everj one should assist the
town to hae a good paper.
The siQ of the town considered, tho
Steele News is becoming one of the
best little papers in the state. Steele
is located in a line countrj that is set
tled up with good people, and has a
bright fntuie, and nothing will do
moie to hasten the coming of that fu
ture than a good, live newspaper.
We have received complimentary
tickets to the Caruthersville fair and
race meet, October li) to 22. This will
doubtless be one of the best fairs eer
hold in Pemiscot countj , as tho coun
t, is better able to have a fair now
than ever before. See the large ad
elsewhere in this issue.
Tuesdaj Oct, 12th, is a new legal
holidaj, and is to be called Cloumbus
Cotton hue alrcadj reached the
price of 5 cents a pound in tho seed,
at Essex. This price will likely he
tho top of the market.
ChaiTeo Review: Several Pacillc
Type Passanger locomotives are ex
pected to i each this division of tho
Frisco in a short time and will bo put
in service between Chalice and St.
Caruthorsvillo Democrat: John W.
MoFurland and wife will leave Mon
day night for St. Louis, whore they
will spend centennial week, going
from there on an extended visit to
California. They will bo gone for
Under tho amended primary election
law canadidates for party nomination
do not have to llle a petition, but must
pay a fee of $100 dollars If a state of
fice or a position on tho bench of a
court of appeals is sought; for con
gross $50; for leprosontative, $5, Tho
monej must bo paid in advance to tho
state, dlstrlo or county committee hav
ing1 jurisdiction over tho nomination.
If tho candidate seeks a place on the
Wiluam York, Editor and Pun.
A YEAR, OA8H IN ADVANCE
MISSOURI. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER
Hayti, Pemiscot County, Missouri
olliclal ballot as an independent tho
money must be paid to the state treas
urer. The more candidates tho more
money for political committees.
Miss Annie Laurie Peay, daughter
of Rev. J. H. Peay, was married Au
gust 1 at Hot Springs, Arkansas, to
G. C. Hammons. Their home will bo
in Little Rock.
Never before in tho history of the
United States has it been deemed
necessary by any president to take the
stump six months after his inaugura
tion for the purpos of defending his
policies and administration and decry
ing tho opposition. What is the an
Akins, who was promoted to a job
paj ing 50 per cent more, after losing
$111,500 as sub-treasurer, is organiz
ing tho postmasters of tho state into
a Warner machine. It will requite a
good deal more horse power than the
Akins-Warner machine will be able
to boast to do any joy-riding in Mis
souri next j ear, however.
Cape Girardeau News: The Sunny
South show boat which was here a
short time ago and which plies up and
down the Mississippi river and tribu
taries, got into the Gulf storm this
week and the show boat and steamer
tioth sank. Several members of the
company who were traeling on the
boat arrived in this city last night on
their way north. They stated that the
boats sank in deep water and it will
be some time before they can be raised.
Everything on board will be practical
Charleston Courier: The accidental
congressman fiom this distnct proposes
to introduce a bill in congress com
pelling persons using tho mails to
place a return card on each and every
package or letter mailed. While this
would do much to abolish the dead
letter ollice, it would be verj expensive
to the people. If all had to paj for
printed stationary it would be a bon
anza for the printers, perhaps; but if
the postolllce furnished envelopes,
as it does now, for the cost of unprintr
ed ones, it would make another huge
delicit in the postolllce department the
people would hae to pay.
Call in to see the Herald at its new
home and subscribe for it.
To the Public.
I will ask that all persons having
purchased a lot in Woodlawn Cemetery,
near Hajti, Missouri, since Jauuarj
15, 1007, (time of my departure) please
call at the office of VIrg P. Adams, at
Hayti, Missouri, and show to him jour
receipt for purchase price, to w'hom
paid, diite of paj inent or partial paj -ment,
as I want to conect my plat of
said cemetery and make some needed
improvments. This is important to
the lot owners as well as mjself, there
foie will ask that ou do not delay to
attend to it. Dated, Oct. 7, 1000.
K. G. Sanclidge, Owner Cemetery.
Order of Publication.
STATE OF M ISSOU Kl, HH
County of Pemiscot, j
Pemiscot County, Missouii, Circuit
Couit Record, July Term, 1!)0!), Mon
day, tne jam day of tho leim, and
tne nii day oi August, l'M'J.
Anna Uullington, Plaintiff,
John liullington, Defendant.
Now at this day comes the plaintiff
heiein, by her attorney, S. J Joflress,
and files her petition and aflidnvit, al
iening among other things, tha" tho de
fendant, John 15 u liuiiton, is not a icsi
dent of the State of .Missouri, so that
tho onliuary procesp of law can not bo
served upon him in this state.
Whereupon, it is ordoreil by the
clerk in vacation that said defendant
be notified by publication that plain
tiff has commenced a suit against him
in this court, the object and ueneral
nature of which is to (HbsoIvo the
bonds of matrimonj heretofore con
tracted between plaintiff and defend
ant, and that unless the said John Hul
lington be and appear at this court,
at the next term thereof, to bo begun
and holden at the court house in the
City of Carutherovillo, in said county,
on tho 15th day of November next, and
on or before tho first day of said term,
unless fin thor time be granted by tho
court, answer or demur to the petition
in said cause, the same will ho taken
as confeHsed, and Judgement will bo
And it is fuither ordered, that a copy
heieof ho published, according to law,
in the Hayti Herald, a newspaper pub
lished in said County of Pemiscot, for
four weeks successively, published at
least once a week, tho last insertion
to bo at least fifteen dayB before the
first day of the said next regular term
of this court.
A true copy from tho record.
Witness mv bond, and seal of tho
Circuit Court of Pemiscot County, this
18th day of Septomber. 100.
seall K. S. Huffman, Circuit Clerk.
L. A. Ferguson, D. G.
Comes your Bank Account is the Best Umbrella.
Not what you get, but what you Hold, cases life's burden.
Build your Bank account with us. Small ones aa
welcome ns large ones.
Capital, S50,ooo.oo. Surplus and Propits, 820.000.00
John W. Green, President. leo W. Rood, Cashier.
Sms. a" Tisdadt Vico-Prcsldents. KscSn Ass't Cashiers.
Board of Directors:
S. S. Markey J. W. McClanahan Geo. L. Wilks
L. L. Collins C. F. Bloker Chas. A.Tisdadt
John W. Green E. H. Musgravo Lee W. Rood
W. J. Pato W. A. Green
THE BIG LIGHT RESTAURANT
Fountain and Summer Garden
Is the place to get your Meals and Cold Drinks of all kinds, Ice
Cream, Ice Cream Sodas, Fruits, Melons, Fresh Fish, Fresh
Bread, Honey Candies, Tobaccos, Cigars, Canned Goods, in
fact, everything that goes to make up a first class restaurant.
SQUARE MEALS 25 CENTS
OUR SUMMER GARDEN
Is built'for ladies or ladies and escourts.
coolest place in S. E. Mo. TO EAT AND
G. M. SHELL, Proprietor,
All Kinds Kougli jiikI Dressed lumber, Shingles, Huilding
Material, Cypress 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 ofi Finishing
Material, and can supply your wants for all building purposes. Wo al
so have bridge timbers and fence postp. roofing, etc. Reasonable prices
and good measurement is our motto. Your trade solicited.
C. VT. FRICK,
- SCHOOL SUPPLIES -Drugs,
Glass and Paints
When in the Market for these Goods
Call at - -
DP. TRftUTMflNN'S DRUG STORE
East Side Public Square, Hayti, Mo.
DPI SS M
St n 7
To produce a good
and pure Soda AYutcr
it requires the use of
choice material ns well as a scientific pro
cess. Do not abuse your stomach in the
use of inferior carbonated goods. Demand
trrt t nnrf nitcn Vn ri l'ntnt lm
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,
It is the
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