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If your pajior stops, it Is possibly
because, jou have not renewed. We
endeavor to fjive cery ono ample
timo to renew. Inl not hearing from
yon tho jiuikt will surely Btop. It is
our dut.v to tell us if vou ivaut the
All Kinds of Dental Work Neatly
Crown and Brldguworlc a Specialty
1I.VYTI, - - - MlSHUURI
T. J. TRAUTMANN
lMi.VHician and Surgeon
Ofllce plione 50. Residence 00.
Hayti, - - Mibsouiu.
J. G. CR1DER
Physician and Surgeon
Oillco in Trautmann's Dnuo Stoke
Phono No. 50
Hayti, - - Mibsouiu
1 A. MAYES
IMijHk-inii mid Surgeon
S. J JEFFHESS
Will I'raclicc In All Courts.
Hayti, - - Mo.
J. S. GOSSOM
J'roseouting Attoney PemiHcot Co.
All KindH of Civil iliiiiiness Promptly
Olliee n Court House
Cari'thkrsvii.i.k, - Missouri
duncan & Mccarty
Attounk y - AT- La w
Will practice in all the courts
Olliee Over Poet Olhce
CRIJTIIEK8VII,1,K, Mo. Phone l.V.
T. A. McNAIL
Olliee: Bank or Hayti
Hayti, - - Missouri
P. S. RAVEFaSTEIN
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Fire and Life Insurance.
PHONE 28 HAYTI. MO.
Photo Post Cards, Views, etc.
C. F. SPANN, ARTIST
In Tent, Near Livery Stable
Two Chairs. FirBtclass Service and
everything neat and clean. I respect
fully solicit your patronage.
HAYTI, - - MlSO''RI
Barber Shop and Bath Room
Newest, Largest, Nicest and
Best Place in Town.
H. M. RANSBURGH, Prop.
FRED MORGAN BUILDING
The Best Bread Maker
In lliis Part of tin Country
Will Ship to All Points
PETER STREIFF, llnyli, Mo.
Phone 2To. 85.
CITY POOL HALL
Joe Milton, Prop.
Neat, new building, new tallies and
liMures, good lLhl da and night.
( mii'teous lieatin'-nt. l'or a pleasant
liiiur. call and see uh. 1'lentv of
H.wti, - Missoriu
Shoe and Harness Shop
West Side Stiiuic
1 have the most up to-date
and the completes! shoo, har
ness and uun repair shop in
thi cilv. When .vou have unv
Uiing to repair, let me li 11 in
la regard to shoe work, I use
the best eak Mile leather, and
Hi v pi itv are i'ij:ht.
For a list of jepairs I inuke:
Hun., llic.voles, Sewmjr Mucluu
es, llasoline I'"nj,'ine, Tin He
pmrlnj,', Soldering;, (nun Uoou.
Waders' Repairing a Speoiultj.
G. C. AKERS
PUIILISIIHU EVKItY TUUIISDAY, BY WILLIAM YOKK, EllITOH AND PUH.
TuitMH op sunscmrnoN: 81.00
KNTIMIKI) AT TIIK POSTOFFIUU, HAYTI,
Olllcu in City Hall, Southwest Room,
We are authoi ied to announce the i
following as candidates for notninu-
Hon to olliee, in Pemiscot county, Mo.,
subject to the action of the primary
election, Aug. Ii, l'.U'J.
ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE CASH IN ADVAHCE.
E. P. DUAL, Charleston, Mo.
For Prosecuting Attorney:
j. s. GOSSUM
s. h. (Kd) .ium:.
J. N. (Newt) MAXWI1I.1.
W. i:. (Hd) GOTUIIlUt
M. !:. (Tobe) DUNAVANT.
.IAS. j. Paris
J. A. HICHAM
D. I). HAKP.r.llT.
. P. (Parker) KIIIUSHV
G. M. (Maut) WHUIi.
MIKi: HPPFMAN -
Associate Co. Judge, 1st District:
Constable, Hayli Township:
a. c. wilp.anks
.lOHX S WAILS
C'ONCKKTK SI DHWAUsS.
Spriiifthno is fur upon iw, and
why not tin city council et
busy and order concrete wnllcs
builtV We understand thai the
city is on the verge ul a law suit,
and if Mimcthing is not done
soon in the manner of building
concrete walks, the city may ex
pect more suits bolero the .sum
mer is gone Nothing is a bet-
jt)M. advertistMiienl and more
prestige to a town than good
walks. We have boon going
along too easy, alraid of making
some one mad, that a habit has
been formed. This must not be
done; order them at once, and
when ordered see that thej are
built if the city has to have them
built and special tax bills issued
against the property. Once or
twice done this way, tho proper
ty owners will learn that tho city
means business. Let's make
Hayti look like a city with airs,
not like a desolated country
When a city can spend :?.i00.()
for it little chicken coop in which
to store ;i lew barrels of coal oil.
and charge the regular monthly
rent for a vacant room in the
cir.y hall for a newspaper otliceto
boost the town and work lor all
inanner ol ;ood things, the edi
tor feels much encourj;d.
This is consistency with a vim.
We iistc for no rilts and all wo
have received were from t'aruth
Jersville, but we do think- a news
j paper plant worth '', ."00.00 is
1 worthy ol some recognition, ps
penally when it beun on the
tfravo of many previous news
Every city, town anil village in
every part of the country, except
Hayti is enforcing clean-up ord
ers. The coinin'r summer is predict
ed to be the most tinhoathful in
many years. Various ailments
are looked for, and an epidemic
of typhoid lever is predicted by
Why not got busy and clean up
Hnyti? Our city needs it any
way, and if an epidemic does
visit tho Mississippi Valley, we
a ycau, cash in advanci:
MISSOURI, AS HIX'OND CI.A8S MATTKR
Hayti, Pemiscot County, Missouri
We ate authorized to announce the
following as candidates for nomina
tion to olliee. in I'einiscnteouni.v , Mo ,
subject to the action of tin prhnai
election, Aug. 0. II) Hi.
AIL ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE CASH IN ADVANCE
M ACK STt'KULHPIHLD.
FOR THE CHILDREN
The Land of Anyhow.
DeynnJ the Isle of Wluit's-thc-use.
Where Slipshod point la now.
Them used to be when I wjs ouns
Tho luiul uf Anjhow.
Oon't Care v. as kins of all this re.ilm.
A cruel kins was he,
For tliose who Hervcd him with Good heart
Ho ti cited shamefully.
When bo)s and girls their tasks would
And cloud noor mother's brow
I Fle'd saj : "turn t c.irc It's good enough
' Just do It anjhow."
Uut when In nftir life they longed
To make proud fortune bow
Ho let them llml that f.ito ne cr sinllca
On work done anyhow .
For hn who would the harvest reap
Must learn to use the plow
Anil pitch lii'i (nuts a long wa off
Fiom tho land of Anhow.
Ths Bronzed Crackle.
The hioncri p.iehlc Is ' inemher o'
the ulnckhlid l.nnll.v. In fact, lie is
often called thcciuvv blaeUhitd. for he
looks as black as the blackest uuw
If you pet close enough to him. how
ever, jou will sec that he is nut so
black as ho looks at tlrst jil.inee UN
fe.itheis hae .1 lmsj brownish color
which make-- him uppc.ir a-, il he had
been broned, .mil his head shows a
deep metallic blue when the Miulilit
fulls upon it The j;ratkle is proud of
his beauty and -tiuts mound on the
Kne-s with his he.id up and his Ion--:
tall stuck htr.ilpht out behind. When
he (lies the tail .spie.uls out and soeuis
to act as a 1 udder to teer him where
lie wishes to !,' SiniiiK is not at all
in his line, and all his calls aie h.it-sh
and tfratinj;. Many of the crackles
stay with us (luilnu the hummer and
nest in tho city paiks and sunoimdlii:
Kroes. The nests 111 e built hih up
in the forks of ttces and 111 e so large
that they can easily he beeu lroiu be
low. Flipping Cars.
A man in Newpoii. Kj., had a bull
ti.trti.r tirifl flu. ill) ni.il tn rn lltnlitm'
cars. Von know what that means.- It
means ruling on i.irs when the con
ductor dees not see .vou. and it is not
easy on the p.ij .is-you enter kind It
was all light fur the dog. though He
used to wait at Pourth street for the
Monmouth 'lire! car. .lump 011 the
back pl.ufoiin anil ride across the
Ohio tiver to Cincinnati and back
again, and then at Pouith stieet he
would jump oft The colldiiclois knew
him and let him ride free Hut. like
children, the dog was careless, and he
fell under the wheels of a car that he
was trying to bo.ud. He was killed, as
mauy boys have been killed.
Little Dutch Nightcaps.
The childien of Holland all wear
nightcaps from the day the.v are born.
They are plain or fancy, as the mean
of the mother will pel m . and until
they are old enough t walk without
danger of fulling they wear wadded
caps in the da.vtitue. so that they will
lioi injure their heads when I hey go
humping on the tloor or down the
Htuirs. They also wear wooden shoes
that seen: vei.v clumsy to Us, hut the,)
muni giow used to them and are as
spry and quick as any childien in the
world. Hoys and girl aie dicssed
very much alike, and it is only by the
color of the button on the hov's cap
that one is able m tell thciu ap.ut.
The Prairie Dog.
The prairie dog barkf, like a .voiiiil
puppy, and that is how it conies to
get its name. It would be nioie prop
er to cull it the prulilo marmot. It's
about the sl.e of a sulriei and has
.soft, reddish gray fur. each hail being
red with a while tip The prairie dog
likes a i rovvil, iiuil iiumheisof ihetii live
together, bun owing In l lie giouud and
throwing up mounds of eaith, on tin
summits of wild h the little cicatine
ofton sit as If on watch. The whole
extent of a gieat level prattle is ol ten
coveted Willi these mounds At the
slightest sound the little creatines pop
into theii holes and then wheel around
and look out at the euem.v.
The Jolly Concert.
A good game is the jollj concert . A
good plu.vei bits down at tlio piano
and phivs a spiilted well known &e lec
tion. The rest of the company are pro
vlded each with a wineglass and spoon,
on which they are to play, striking
lightly the edges of the spoou at every
place marked in the music. The sec
oud time it is played they clap hands
at the same places, the third time they
whistle, ut tlio fourth laugh, and nt the
fifth time theio la a grand tluale of
How Pat Was Working
When Eileen Arrived
A. Labor Day Story
By NORA C. MCARTHY
Copyright by American rreas Aso
"I'at." said Eileen when Put started
for America, "I hope you won't git
mixed up in tlio labor troubles In that
country. They say sometimes there'.
light In', and Ol'm skeert ov yer sittin
"Nlver moind, sweetheart. 0111 take
Rood cure o' incHelf njj'ln .ver cotnln'
over to jine me and we'll be married
and IIp in a nli'o little shanty ami
hne a pis and a joat and live lolke
glntle fo'k '
"Hut they sny, I'at, that in America
they don't have pigs. Anyway, they
don't keep vm in tho house. Ol've
heard that the pls Is all kep' together
and killed toaether sometoltnes a
nintlior of tin or .1 dozen at one killln'."
"That won't tniither to us. V('I1
have one ,1nst to lumiud us of home.
And we'll h.ne the sflianty Ol'm tellin'
ye about will the ladder goin' up to
the second sior.x"
"Och, I'at, they don't have ladders In
America, t ln hive stairs."
"Well, well h.ive a ladder in out
shanty just as we'll hae the pig And
by that same token we'll have .1 coo
"Hut Ol'm told people don't keep
c-.ios of their own in that country. All
the milk is put In a hi tub ami ii's
peddled mi in wagons."
"Hut we'll hive the (no for the
name in Won we'll have the pig and
the ladder, to reinoind us ot our beau
tiful islam and the home one ouldn'i
have in it. because we're too poor.
Hul In America Oi'll git together the
inouev for tin shanty and the pi' and
the ladder and the coo. and we'll live
like lightiu' cocks."
So Pat folded the poor girl in his
arms, the tears streaming down her
checks at patting with hlni.
"What's the niather. darlln'V" he
said, patting her londl.v. "Pon't be
ci.vin". It'll not bo long befoie I siml
ye Hie moiie.v lo come over 10 me,
and be the mime je gil there I " 1 1
have the sli.intj ready, so .veil think
je're light here in 011I1I Oh land."
"Oh, Pat. Oi'm fcated jo won't mc
And so they parted. Pat with no
more money in his pocket than to
take him in the steerage across the
ocean The pair were too simple and
uneducated to have formed any idea
of America 'I heir drenni of a home
there was such as they might have at
home had the.v the means to est iblisli
it. whole the pig and the cow and
I theim-elves might all live together in
Since r.o iiitild not write his lot
ten fiom the new country, written by
a fiiend, were of the simplest charac
ter, lie roalied that even If he coiiid
write his own lettets lie would never
be able to convey to Kileen's simple
mind the teal Aineina. He was too
wise to attempt It At tlrst his letters
! '''"' '-' '"',l w,. ' HN'"
I l.iKo snv i"-n In I mil tn write "ti n
f v linos to hiv tli it 1 in In koch) Imilth.
than' li-j to (Soil. 1 up'iw that vi.j aro
lhr .same at tlio piocm lime
Then followed hopes that the tops
would be abundant and that diffeient
members ot the family were well.
One poor .speller who indited a letter
for I'at wrote, "This teller ionics
ho;ping that jou aie well .is I am.
thi-iiks be to ;od'."
"What's tlnitV" s.iiii Kilopti 'It
comes hoppiu"' Ol tliacht it come by
I'at lemained several years in mer
lea befoie he sent for i'ileen When
he got ii stall he wiole, "DarHm.
Oi'm bulldln' the shanty" When he
made some money he vviote, "Oi've
bought the pig" Then the cow fol
lowed, his hhiuit.v was ready and I'at
win ready to send the passage money
that tvas to bring his sweetheart, to
him in America.
ltefoie stalling Kileen wrote that
she wished he could bring the simntv
anil the pig and the cow to' Ireland,
but she Mipposeil that if lie could he
wouldn't lie able to nuke the money
neee.sbury to keep up the establish
nietit. So she made her piepnration to
Pitt kuew the day she Bulled and the
day the steamer was due in New ork
He wtote hoi that she would at rive
on a holiday the.v Lent In Anieiha (ail
ed Labor dav Me would lie hu-y on
that da v , and he woi'id st.ni n fileud
Mike I'ogarty. m the steamer to meet
her and bring her lo whete he was
working IJIIeen thought I'at must he
verj Industrious to work on a holiday,
and she was glad and piotid of him ,
When the ship came up to the dock
r.ileen s.ivt a man on it looking as If '
lie might be 1'ogatty, and he was
"I'at toiild me. h said "lo take ve
where he's wotkln. and I will' lie
led Klleen to a street wheie gie.u
crowds vveie waiting for something to
huppen. Then came a IipiuI of inusii
and men with saslies mil scarfs on
caracoling Inures Among the-e nien
iu a black clawhammer coat and silk
hat she w.iw hei I'at
I'at caught siglu of her and, dis
mounting, joined her.
"Is thin tlie w.iv je're wurkln'V she
"Take her to I he shanty," said I'at
to Togarty. "ami Oi'll lie there direct
Kogarty led tho girl to a flvo story
tenement house, where on the third
floor she wua ushered Into a nicelv
"La Mikes!" she exclaimed. "Did
I'nt earn the money for this ridln' ot
his head end a blue ribbon acres
IF YOU HAD TO
on account of dire cmeigcncy or a splendid opportunity, is
your credit established anywhere?
Do you know that the best way to establish your credit
is to carry an account with a strong bank, build upon it steadi
ly, and show by your transactions that you arc a safe loaning
The Bank of Hayti welcomes" and encourges the ac
counts of responsible people who desire lo build theii credit
Why delay starling YOUR account here?
BANK of HAYTI
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We propose to cure that chronic ailment of yours at once.
We only ask you to give us the opportunity. Let us make
a thorough examination of your case. It will not cost you
anylhing, and it will do you good to know your exact con
dition. BURGESS THERAPEUTIC INSTITUTE
TIM & DORRIS 6 SALOON
1 have been m the saloon business for 45 years, and the fact
that I am still in the business is sufficient proof and guat
antec of my square dealing and of the quality of my goods.
A REW BRANDS
Old I. nch Kvt I. v ncli Special l.vivh Special liiithon
IJapiiv .lack inerican I 'ride Kentnekv Tivern
Monaicli of ll,e West 1'ieini mi It e ii Uun
Won s, lii-amlics, flu's, ''each and Flnm Knek .uul live, etc
Out of town trade and mail
J. N. LEWIS' SALOON
A HEW MAN IN A NEW PLACE, WITH OLD WHISKIES
Mail Orders ami (Mil of Town Trade
ALL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY RECEIVED
Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Cigars
W t liandli all tin licst niid staialaid n.iii'l, al e -ti
maiv prices ('all ami sn us uhen in muii m plnui"
in mail (mi in di i s
North Side Square, - - Hayti, Misssuri
IVv M) ,
i o jiroouce a jjnnii
anil ptnc Soda Water
it requires the use of
choice material as well as a. scientific pro
cesh, Po not abuse your stomach in the
use of inferior carbonated jjooils. Demand
good and pine Soda Water, the same a3
you would pure food.
WahFs is the Brand.
When you call for it, bee that it is served and that the crown stopper
tiears the trade mark. This will guarantee to you pure and good Soda
Water, Coca Cola, Jersey Cream, etc.
J. S. WAHL BOTTLING WORKS,
orders a specialty. 1 ry us.