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THE HAYTI HERALD
AN UNTERRIF1ED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER.
HAYTT, MISSOURI. THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1012.
NEW FEDERAL LAW.
dipt' .Republican: W. l
1 'helps a few weeks a-o stolen
man's wife uiul live children
lrum Ruaould, Ark., and tool:
them to St. Louis, where he
shortly afterwards abondoned
them to poverty and sickness.
The woman is Mrs. Sarah
Summers, whose husband is a
railroad laborer at Paratfould.
The federal authorities were
told by the woman that the man
had started down the river in a
house boat and the Cape officers
and Deputy United States Mar
shal Whit worth were notilied to
look lor him. it appears that, the
man arrived here during night
ami lelt instructions lor mail to
be forwarded to him at Stewart's,
a small place in Pemiscot coun
ty. Deputy Marshal WhiUvorth
followed this clue and yesterday
wont to Pemiscot, located his
man, working in the timber, and
brought him to this city and
lodged him in jail to await furth
er actions of the federal officers.
The offense is quite a serious
one under the new federal
law, the minimum line being a
thousand dollars. The prisoner
seems to look at the olVonse- rath
The collector of Dunklin coun
ty has started on the prelimi
nary work ol bringing more than
a thousand suits for the collec I
lion of delinquent taxes. And
why not? Every man is equally ;
protected by the law. awry nrin
should bear his burden of nee-j
c 'ssary taxation. The more prop
p jrty he owns, the more protec
tion he has. So. every law-abiding
citizen wishes Collector Doug
liss and his attorney, Mr. Zim-'
merman, success. Let no delin-'
quent man escape. Kennett
S. J. Jeffress left Monday, on a
business trip to Kewanee, Mo.,
to attend to legal matters and re
turned Tuesday. !
E. D. .Johnson of the Maiden
Marble Works, came down Mon-,
day, to look alter his work here.
the prettiest store in
town, but a dandy
place to trade.
AN APE'S STOMACH.
Paris, Sept. 2 J. -Trading his
old and worn-out stomach for the
new and healthier one of an anth
ropoid ape. Peirro Laurent, alter
resting a few days in the hospi
tal, today tested his new diges
tive apparatus by becoming in
toxicated. The young farmer got
himself 'as full as a goat," but
the stomach stood the test, anil
aside from a slightly wobbly gait.
Laurent is as well as ever.
The surgical operation per
formed by Dr. Koulie.-, at the
Hospital Agen is the sensation of
Paris. The famous surgeon
took the entire stomach from the
young farmer, and when the or
gan was lound to bo worn out it
was replaced by the complete
stomach of the anthropoid. Lau
rent, who is a prosperous i"ar
mer ol Agen, remained in the
hospital twenty-live days, at the
end of which he was eating the
heaviest of foods with perfect
His stomach, which was from
an ape '2 years old, titled so per
fectly into the :27-. ear-old inter
ior of the patient that it withstood
the surcharge of liquor without
A Hard Job.
A man who was on trial for
murder bribed an Irishman on
the -jury, for SKX) to work for a
verdict and so returned. At the
first opportunity the prisoner
thanked the juror and asked:
"Well, Pat, did you lane a
very hard time of it'r'
"Shure an' Oi did thot."' re
plied Pat, "the other 11 wanted
to acquit yez." Exchange.
Joe Foiiftt of Concord was in
this city Thursday, and was talk
ing to us about good roads. Mr.
Foust is a good ro.uls enthusi
ast, and has done considerable
work and experimenting on
roads, and gave us a new idea.
He claims that if sand is worked
placed on the roads while it is
wet, it will pack hard and will
not work out in holes. He says
that lie has tried this, and linds
it to make a good, solid road, that
will not work up when either
dry or wet.
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Mrs. Theo. K'hnkhardt and Judge .7. S. Gossom and a few
children left Saturday on a few friends of Caruthersville automo
weeks visit to relatives and biled over to Hayti Tuesday eve
friends at Mascoutah, 111., St. nig.
Louis and Maplewood. Mo.
j Miss Mildred Davis or Sikes
i ton. who taught school here 1 ist
I year, has been here several days,
visiting her lriend, Miss lUitia
LEFLERS DRUG STORE
i .: . '
PEOPLE'S TURN N0W1
J. . Minolta in Journal. Portland. Oro.
B. L. Guffyand 1. ICohn went
o ir to Caruthersville Monday
n'ht. to attend a republican
C. S. York was here from Ca
"If You Are Not Our
Everything from Everywhere
For the School Room
School Books, Pencils, Inks, Mucilages,
Tablets, Fountain Pens, Erasers,
Book Straps, Pencil Boxes, Book Satchels
C. i. Willis, representing the
Dnpont Powder Company works
of St. Ijou'is, in attempt, to (lis
pense with about forty sticks of
dynamite that had lain dormant
in the warehouse of the Farmers
Mercantile Company, at Charles
ton, for some time, took it out to
the rear ol the store the other
day and set fire to the box in j
which the dynamite was deposi-1
W the most terriflic explosion
that has occured within that city
in years took place. Within a
radius of three blocks windows
were shattered and various kinds
of damage resulted. No loss
so far as life and limb are con
cerned occured, with the excep
tion that Mr. Willis was thrown
violently to the ground and is
now under the care of a physican
at the Kendrich Hotel.
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, Kennett, October 1(5 to 19, prom
ises to be one of the best ever
held. This fair is known far and
wide, for its many attractions,
the large crowds, good displays,
good racing, and for the hospi
tality of the city, Kennett nev
er does anything by halves, and
the fact that the fair is held in
that city is sufficient guarantee
that the best foot will be put
foremost. And, by the way, as
usual, weare indebted to the man
agement for the season ticket.
Customer You Will Be."
THAT NEW DEPOT.
Ordinarly, it would be pro
sinned that the Railroad and
Warehouse Commission was cre
ated for the people, and that tin
men elected to duties of that
office should be elected to serve
the people, but in this state, it
seems, the only duties they have
to perform is to take care of the
interests of the railroads, as
against the people. It will soon
be two years since the Frisco's
depot at this city was destroy
ed by tire, and still no action
has been taken, and as win
ter is now at hand, there is hard
ly any probability that anything
will be done before .spring, and
then if the railroad can
still control matters, it may not
be done then.
Spencer A Stubbs, the hustling
and up-to-date merchants, moved
into their new quarters, in tin
Fred Morgan brick, this week.
From their small start in the the
frame out-of-the-way building,
their business entirely out-grew
them and for some time their
house has been so over-stocked
that they have been seriously
handicapped. Now, however,
they can display their full line,
and by means of an extra army of
clerks, can attend to all the
wants of the peonle promptly
and pleasantly. It is a pleasure
to see such success, and more
in particular, that it comes as lib
eral users of printers' ink.