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Order of Publication.
Pemiscot Count., Missouri, Circuit
C ourt Record, .lul.v Adj. Term 1012.
Saturduj the 12th divy of tliu term,
and the "th duy of September, 1912.
John Hrown, Plaintiff,
Joseph O. Michell, Defendant.
Now ut this day comes the plaintilT,
l. his nltornej, and It appealing to
the satisfaction of the court that the
defendant, Joseph O. Michcll, cannot
be .summoned in this action, and it
appearing to the Court further, thul
thetiluintilT has tiled ids petition and
ntltuavit, sUiliiiL'. ai
stathiL'. among other tilings,
that the defendant is a non-resident
of this state, It is ordered by the Court
that publication be made, notifying I
the defendant, that an action has I
been commenced against him, by ne
t tion aud attachment, in the Circuit
i ourt of Pemiscot County, in the
Mate of Missouri, to recover damages
in the sum of seven hundred and scv-
itv-live dollars on account of a
'roach of warranty or selling plain
l if a diseased horse; thut his proper
t lias been or is about to be attach-
I; and that unless lie be and appear
j t this Com t, at the next term thereof
... t. i. ,i i,i.i., ... ti...f ..,.,.,. 1
house In the CiU of Caruthersville, in
li' uij uiiiiii iuiu iiviuru ibi, iii v vvvar
I'l-miseot County, Missouri, on the
i Sili day of November next, and on or
In fore the first da ol said term, un-t-is
further time be granted by the
t ourt, aniei or demur to the peti
t on in said cause the same will be
taken as confessed and judgment will
In- rendered accordingly againbt him
aud his proper' sold to satisfy the
same. It i- further ordered that a
op.i hereof be published, in the lluy
tt Herald, a newspaper published in
said County of i'eiuiscol, in the State
tl Missouri, for four weeks succes
sively , the last insertion to beat
east'llfteen days before the commence
rient of the next term of this Court.
A true eop from the recoid.
Witness mj hand and seal of the
Circuit Court of Pemiscot County, this
seal the litth dav of .September,
A D. 1112.
E. S. Huitma.n, Circuit Clerk.
By Lesue Fekouson, Deputj.
C. K. CKESSWELL
All KindB of Dental Work Neatly
Crown and Bridgework a Specialty
Hayti, ... Missouri
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician and Surgeon
Ofllee phone SO. Residence liO.
Hayti, - - - Missouri.
J. G. CK1DER
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 50 Residence ''0
Hayti, - - Missouri
F. A. MAYES
Physician and Surgeon
Hayti, ... Missouri
S. J JEFF&ESS
Will Practice In All Courts.
Hayti, - - Mo.
J. S. GOSSOM
Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co.
All Kinds of Olvil riiidiness Promptly
Ollice n Court Houho
CAHUTHUKSVIM.K, - MlSbOUKI
DUNCAN & McCARTY
Attoiinky- at- La w
Will practice in all the eourtB
Ollice Over Pout Ollice
CVutCTHKKSVii.u:, Mo. Phone 15S.
T. A. MoNAZL
Ollice: Bank of Hayti
Hayti, - - Missoeiu
P. S. RAVENSTEIN
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Kire unil Life lnsiiriincv.
PHONE 28 HAYTI, MO.
Shoe and Harness Shop
Webt Side Squuie
G. C. Akers
Hayti, - Missouri
Barber Shop and Bath Room
Newest, Largest, Nicest and
Best Place in Town.
H. M. RANSBURGH, Prop.
FRED MORGAN BUILDING
CITY POOL HALL
Joe Milton, Prop.
Neat, new Imildin,', new tables anil
llxtures, tfoud liplrtday and nifdit.
Courtf'oub treulment. Kor u iileasunl
hour, call and bee ub. Plenty of
THE HAYTI HERALD
PUIlMBIIKtt EVERY TlIUUBDAY, BY
TEHM8 OF 8UB8CKIPTION: 81.00
ENTRKKl) AT THE IHIBTOFFICK, HAYTI,
Ofllco ill City Hall, Southwest Room,
Kor i-re.,i,l(.nl, Woodrow Wilson.
... .. . , , .,,., m., i,n
1'or Vice President, 1 hos. Marshall.
Kor Governor, Elliot W. Major
For Lieutenant Governor
For Secretary of State, Cornelius
For Auditor. John P. Gordon.
For Attorney General. John T. Market
For Treasurer, E. P. Deal.
For H. It. Commissioner, John T
Forjudge Supreme Court. Div. No. 1.
Henry W. Bond.
Forjudges Supreme Court, Div. No. 2.
Cluis. U. Faris, Kent. F. Walker
For Judge St. Louis Court of Appeals.
William II. Allen.
For Congress, Joe J. Russell.
For State Senator. Ilenrv Cain.
For Representative, Sterling I. Mc-
Forjudge, 1st Dist. W. E. Hrown.
For Judge. 2nd Dist. J. A. Hishop.
I'or Pioseuuting Attorney, .'ere S.
For Sheriil, S. E. Juden
For Tiuasurer, J. A. Higham.
For Assessor. A. P. Ker-e.
For Public Administrator, James J.
For SurvM or, 15. O. Bennett.
Fot Coroner. A. C. La Forge.
Haiti Township, J.
HERE WE ARE.
The local Democratic ticket has a
seveie handicap to oveicomu this
The hest waj to hrinjr nhout a poli
tical house cleaninf,' is to nominate
only irood men lor ollice on any party
The Democratic nominee who said
it would be ",'ood politics" to defeat
Hrown max find it '"had politics" to
have made such an utterance.
It rather appears to us that the
Oossoin case has left .several of his
partisans in a very had "muddle."
The people of the counti are entitl
ed to have honest, trustworthy of
cials, and, if the, should fail to se
cure them, the are themselves chiefly
to hliiine. Of cour.se, if thin are wil
ling for the machine to nominate
their candidates, then the must take
the consequences of whatever happens.
The above comments are taken
from the Argus of last week and
a careful reader may iind in
these comments ample justifica
tion for classing the Argus as a
republican paper. No stronger
words could hardly be used to
denote plainly where the Argus
stands on the political question.
It slurs the democratic nomi
nees and belittles tlie demo
cratic party. It does not say a
word about the republican ticket.
Does it not say the democratic
ticket is handicapped? Does it
not say a democratic nominee
may find it bad polities for hav
ing said a certain thing, which
we are satisfied he did not say,
whoever he may bey Does it not
say the way to bring about a
housecleaning is to nominate
good men, insinuating that the
democratic nominees are not
good men? Does it not say the
machine elected the democratic
nominees? What does the Argus
mean by these expressions, Mr.
Democrat'? It can mean but one
thing, and that is it means to de
feat the democratic ticket and
elect republican officeholders in
f. O-rl ft mz. - a,
Wll.UAM YoilK, EDITOR AND PUH.
A YUAK, CASH IN ADVANCE
MISSOURI. AH SECOND CLAB8 MATTER
Hayti, PoiniHrot County, Missouri
tin county if possible. If it
' uoos nob moan this, then we us If I
i what in tho Sam Hill docs it I
moanV Suppose that the St.
Louis Republic should say tin
democratic ticket has a severe
handicap to overcome this year,
oi that Wilson is playing bad poli
tics, or that the machine named
tho democratic nominees. What
would you, Mr. Democrat, thinlc
about the politics of the St. Louis
Republic, and what do you sup
pose the democratic newspapers
throughout the country would! good republicans taking a firm
say about the politics of the St. j stand for decency and fairness
Louis Republic? We cannot get, in politics as against the republi
uvay from it, the Argus is on i can bosses. There is only one
the republican side of tho fence. thing better than a good republi -md
whatever its pretenses may ! can, and that is a good democrat,
be, it is lighting the tight lor the A good democrat and a good re
success of the republican nomi
nees. It tried to justify itself by
tsking this question: "Does a
democrat who criticises the par -
by lose all Ins democracy.-' e
say that no good democrat will
go into the democratic primary
ind participate in selecting the j
democratic nominees and then
burn around and criticise those
selected because the majority of
nis fellow democrats did not cen
ter on his choice. The majority in
a free government rule and every
good democrat should bow to the
will of the majority of his party.
If the ticket is not to your liking
and you are a good democrat you
will not say so, because by say
ing so you will not better the
ticket, but will hurt the ticket
and thereby indirectly elect
ioneer for the republican ticket.
Democrats must stand by their
ticket, otherwise party organiza
tion serves no purpose. The
principles for which the demo
cratic party stands can only be
applied to the operation of govern
ment by the success ol the demo
cratic party and the success of
the democratic partv depends
upon party organization that is,
democrats standing ste.id lastly
together at the polls. After the
majority in our party has spolcn,
let us work until sunset on
election day doing our level host
to elect the ticket our party has
i. f t.i ii . . ti
put lorth, and then get out the
prepare to celebrate ,. . ., , ,.,,... ,twl
1 .according to the statutes and
This is democratic, thedicisions ol the higher courts,
this is dignified, this is patriotic, land by this moans, the old hue
and this is rising above petty, and cry about lawing the town
APPLIED FALSE COLORING.
Speaking of the order to audit
the books, the Argus savs- j
"The wording of the order, ',,'
appears to the county court that
the books of the various county
officers should lie audited and ex-1
amined,' places them upon record
. . .. .i
as to tlie neecesity ol tlie ac- ," m-i-"-wH'- "-"""- j--tion."
asses. The Argus, bass; the lie-
True. Hut what other phrase- publican, trombone; and the
ology could have been used to Twice-as-Wealdy, tamborine. A
have made the order legal? Could "" (1,'.V h"" ruttlor is needed
the court have made the order to complete the quartette. Pos
read, "We believe the books are sibly tjiat job would suit "Josh
'alright and do not need auditing, 's(''
but the "auditing company"
needs a job, and Averill won't be A man need not necessarily
satisfied until they get it, and as read himself out of the demo
the county has lots of money cratic party" becausehecriticises
that outrht to be nut intocircula- the party. Fair and honorable
tion, we, therefore, make the or- criticism is both justifiable and
dec to satisfy those who want it? beneficial, but criticism and mis
How would that appear? While representation are widely differ
it might be true, it wouldn't be out things, When a paper, by
legal. The wording ol the conn- its record, has never found a sin
ty court's order is simply a mat- gle good word to say for the par
tor of legal form, and not an ate- ty or its candidates, and. instead,
cusation against any of this conn- has catered to the republicans in
ty's officials. No one knows this' every possibly way, it lias done
better than Averill, yet he tries its own "reading out."
to attach to it a false
tt a latse coloring.
Without believing that any of the
county officials have kept improp-
er records, the"necessity for tin-
iliting" may be justified upon
other grounds, especially in view
of tho advantage certain politi-
chins attempted to take of it in the
recent primary. The Argus has
argued that good "business"
methods, only, was sufficient.
And. we have about concluded,
if it will bring peace, it will be
worth the cost. It seems, now,
as a matter of fairness, it would
be better to let the auditing re
reveal what it may, before try
ing to place a "stigma" upon one
by insinuation. The editor of
the Argus says he "would be
pleased to know that all the trail
actions of the various county offi
cial have been done in a proper and
legal manner." But his continu
ed actions of endeavoring to cast
aspersion upon them by veiled
hints, belie his words.
are glad to see so nviny
publican are always opposed to
crooked politics. They may dif
fer in their opinions about poli-
but they do not differ in
opinions about treating
fairly the nominees ot both par
ties. The bosses may hatch up
all sorts of tricks and schemes,
but the rank and file will not be
responsible for it. In clean poli
ties the republican nominee is
elected if there are more repub
lican votes than democratic votes
and vice versa. Hut in dirty
politics a minority nominee only
has a chance to win. The repub
lican bosses realize this, and
therelore they are resorting to
every means o nsible t) sliru p
strile among democrats and they
have been succeeding lairly well
so far. Democrats should re
member the story of the serpent
in the Garden of Eden. The
serpent was in the minority,
look what he has done.
The citizens of Hayti are pre
paring to get up a petition and
present to tho board of aldermen, j
asking for an election to be or- j
dered to vote upon the stock law. !
It seems that the majority ol Hie,
citizens of Hayti are in favor of
the stock law, and leel that by
putting the question to a vote,
i and tho majority of the people
j voting in favor of it, there will j
i "" excuse tor not miomng
I the law. Tho new law, as voted
i , , .
hiimn. will bo I'lmiti un-to date.
will not be worthy of notice.
The republicans now have a
sweet toned band, if you don't
-"hip what you say, making mus-
ic lor their jamboree in Pemiscot
'minty. It is a mongrel
)inniwition or disgruntled and
"fed politicans whose notes
ill'( !ls musieul as a barnlot lull
i IIiiimi Ininr. il o Uru'iiiffiI I'luL'.
According to the Argus the
democratic party always has a
heavy load to carry about elec
tion times the Argus being ti
millstone about its neck,
yep! Caruthersville Republican.
In all our newspaper exper
ience we have never been accus
ed of lying.
Still we grow, and there are good
reasons for our steady and satis
The J act that we have not only
held our business, but practical
ly doubled it, with all competi
tion, indicates that the public
mind has not lost sight of the es
sential requirements Hint make
a bunk sound and safe. The prin
ciples of conservative hanking
that have governed our develop
ment in the past will shape our
Capital $10,000.00 Surplus $2,100.00
CITIZENS BANK OF HAYTI
YOU DISCOVER THE
VALUE OF MONEY
when you reed to borrow.
You find that the greater your financial resources the
larger your bonowing capacity.
Also that the better your acquaintance at a good bank
the easier it is to get accomodation.
Banks do not loan to strangers, therefore it is not well to
be a stranger at the bank, for all successful people find it
necessary at times to use their credit.
Becoming a checking depositor is the way to get on a
credit footing at this bank.
OR. TSAUTMANNS 0RU6 STOR
WUttXVfvSW Mipnly same. This shop " permanent, your pat
lonaye mil In-uppicciated, and nothing but tfooil, li.'iiltln . corn-led
iiifiit mil lie Mild. All orders prompth delivered. Phone or send
,our order-.. At the same old stand, north side public square.
" I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes
Mrs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was
not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had
to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no
better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest. At last, I tried
Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very
good health, and able to do all my housework."
You may wonder why Cardui is so successH, after
other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is
successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients,
that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine
for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and
restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness.
If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It
will surely do fpr you, what it did for her. At all druggists.
Write iot Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Cliattanooca, Tcnn.,
(or Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent tree. 60
Attorney 13. L. Guffy of Hayti
was in the city again yesterday.
T. H. (folic) L'unninlimn and Willis Vounj.'
have bo.itfht the Pullain & Pullani Inilcher shon
and are lni in'r anil fatteniUL' cuttle and hnj to
t tn Al W'i'WflMlW