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Order of Publication.
Pemiscot County, Missouri, Circuit
Court Record, July Adj. Term 11)12.
Saturday the 12th duy o( the term,
and the 7th du of September, HM'2.
.lohn l'.rowr., Plaintiff,
Joseph O. Mieliell, Defendant.
Now at this tla, conies the plaintitl.
1 his attorney, and it appearing to
the .satisfiictlon of the court that the
defendant, Joseph ). Michell, cannot
lm summoned in this action, and It
appearing to the Court further, that
the nlainiilT has tiled his petition and
atliuavit, stating, anion,' other things,
that the defendant is a non-resident
of this Mate, it i.s ordered by the Court
that publication be made, notifying
the delendant, that an action has
neen commenced against him, by pe
tuion and aitaehtnent, in the Circuit
i ourt of Pemiscot County, in the
M.Ueof Missouri, to recover damages
.n the .sum of .seven hundred and seventy-live
dollars on account of a
hi each of warranty or selling plain
1 1 IT a diseased horse; that his proper
ty, has been or Is about to be attach
t tl; and that utiles-, he bo and appear
;it this Court, at the next term thereof
in be begun and hidden lit the Court
house In the City of Cnruthersvllle, in
IVinlscot County. Missouri, on the
Htli da. of November next, and on or
In-fore the first da. oi said term, un-.i-.s
further time be granted b the
i ourt, answer or demur to the peti
tion in said canst the same will lie
taken as confessed and judgment will
be rendered accordingly against him
and his property sold to satisfy the
-urni. ll i- further ordered that a
eopy hereol be published, in the Ha
ti Herald, ii newspaper published in
said Count, of Pemiscot, in the State
(if Missouri, for four week succes
sive! , the last insertion to heal
least' II f teen days before the commence
ment of the next term of this Court.
A true copy from the record.
Witness my bund and seal of the
Circuit Court of Pemiscot County, this
Iseal the 19th da, of September,
A. IJ. 1912.
K. S. Huffman, Circuit Clerk.
fly Leslie Feikjuson, Deputy.
H. C. CKESSWELL
All Kinds of Dental Work Neatly
Crown and Bridgework a Specialty
Hayti, - - - Missouri
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician and Surgeon
Office phone 50. Residence 00.
Hayti, - - - Missouri.
J. G. CKIDER
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 60 Residence 30
Hayti, - - Missouri
F. A. MAYES
Physician and Surge on
Hayti, ... Missouri
S. J JEFFRESS
Will Practice in All Courts.
Jhivti, - - Mo.
J. S. GOSSOM
ProHecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co.
All Kinds of Civil liaaineBa Promptly
Office n Court Houho
Oakuthkksvii.i.i:, - Missouri
duncan & Mccarty
Atioknky- at- Law
Will practice in all the courts
Ofllce Over Pont Office
Mo. J 'hone 15H.
T. A. McNAIL
Office: Hank ok Hayti
Hayti, - - Missouri
P. S. RAVENSTEIN
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Fire and Life Insurance.
PHONE 28 HAYTI, MO.
Shoe and1 Harness Shop
W'ebt Side St'uurc
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
.loo Milton, Prop.
N&at, new building, new tables and
fixtures, jjood' lihtduy andt night.
Courteoub tieatment. For a pleasant
hour, call und see ua. Plenty of
Kavti, - Misbouki
Published Every Thursday, By
TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: B1.00
ENTERED AT THE POSTOFFICE, HAYTI,
Ofllce in City Hall, Southwest Room,
Kor President, Woodrow Wilson.
For Vice President, Thos. Marshall.
For Governor, 1011 iot YV. Major.
For Lieutenant Governor, W
For Secretary of State, Corneliu-
For Auditor. John P. Gordon.
For Attorney General. JohnT. Markei
For Treasurer, i. P. Deal.
For H. R. Commissioner, John T
Forjudge Supreme Court. Div. No. 1
Ifentn W. Bond.
Forjudges Supreme Court. Div. No. 'J,
Chas. B. Furls, Robt. F. Walker.
For Judge St. Louis Court of Appeals,,
William H. Allen.
For Congress, Joe J. Russell.
For State Senator, Henry Cain.
For Representative, Sterling H. Mc-
Forjudge. 1st Dist. W. K. Brown.
Forjudge, 2nd Dist. J. A. Bishop.
For Prosecuting Attorney, .'ere S.
For Slier i(T, S. F. Juden
For Treasurer, J. A. Bigluuu.
For Assessor. A. P. Kersey.
For Public Administrator, James J.
For Surveyor, B. (). Bennett.
For Coroner. A. C. LaForge.
Hayti Township, J
MACK STUB BLKFIKI.D.
THE ARGUS' FA'ES.
The following from the Argus
shows that paper still to be look
ing both ways for Sunday, or, in
other words, in the position of
the Irishman's "Katy Did and
Even a good political rule
is due to change some day.
But the Argus goes into a
primary to nominate candidates,
and failing to carry its man,
wants to combat the majority
and defeat it by electing men be
longing to another party.
The Argus seems to be a
source of trouble to some
So are lleas and Hies, inosqui
tos, gnats, cutworms and snakes.
Even malaria, typhoid, small pox
measles, whooping cough and
mumps are troublesome to the
human race. You are not the
Public advertising is fre
quently gis'en to political
Now, old grouch, why don't
you single out r.he parly or par
ties you have reference to? If it
is the truth, then let the truth
So long as Pemiscot Coun
ty i.s ruled by the whiskey
ring, just so long may it have
political and other troubles.
And just so long as a few peo
ple like you want everything
your own way, w ith saloons in
Caruthersville and all the bal
ance of the county dry, just so
long will you thump on your old
harp with one string and that
a discordant one.
Thetruestof political man
hood is in voting your own
beliefs in the election and
not those of the other fellow.
And a little thing called man
hood keeps a man out of the pri-
If '"esp bz a "fcv"!!
William Yohk, Editor and Pub.
A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE
MISSOURI. AS SECOND CLAB8 MATTER
Havii, Pemiscot County, Missouri
nmry who dans not intend to
support the nominee.
"The shorter but uglier
word" seems to be the chief
stock in trade oi some per
sons who claim to be editors
of newspapers. If they real
ly tried more common sense
in gument and less vitupera
tion, they might have a bet
ter standing with their read
As our siibscrirtion list is
steadily growing, we suppose
the Argus means the other fol
low. "Vituperation" is more
honorable than prevarication.
It is naturally to be ex
pected that The Republican
would desire the election ola
member of its party over a
Democrat ior partisan rea
sons, if no other, but is re
quested to note the iact that
a bad Democrat is not much
worse than a bad Republi
can, so far as the thinking
voters of the county are con
cerned. To win, that party
must overcome the normal
majority by reasou of some
defect on the part oi the
Democrat or of unusual "
worth on the part of the Re
Of course the Argus would
like to tell the republicans how
to elect a few candidates.
The paper which permits
its editorial politics to be
swayed by the supply of
public advertising which
some political leader i.s able
to control is worthy of just
as much commendation as is
the man who exchanges his
vote for a drink of whiskey.
Possibly neither is accepting
a bribe in the eyes of the law
yet both are on the border
line which seperates right
Iroin wrong, and a little
push might destroy the
And the man who runs a news
paper according to the whims of
a lot of stockholders, even if he is
paid so much per month for his
name as editor, i.s no better ,
than the tirst named, whoever l
the Argus means, and it has the
habit ol not saying.
The following trom the Re
publican's paper makes interest
"By the way, who is
the nominee oi the Republi
can party for Treasurer ol
Pemiscot county? What's
the name? Caruthersville
Oh, yes, we forgot. The rep-
publicans' paper wants an an
nounc ment fee, and an order lor
some candidate cards that's all.
The candidate who is
ashamed oi his party alii
liation does not deserve tin
support of that party, or any
other party. Caruthersville
Why not call his name?
You can no more make a
dishonest man by putting
him in office than you can
make a hog moral by feed
ing it on the most choice slop.
Then quit feeding slop.
Since the meeting of the
Republican county commit
tee, last Saturday, we are
lully convinced that all the
damphools are not dead yet
and they are not all in the
Democratic party by any
means. Caruthersville Re
publican. Amen! Your comversion is a
little late, but we accept it, just
The Republican is a little
short this week - like some
of the nominees of the Re
publican party are every
week. Wu are endeavoring
this week to make the paper
as near the calibre as possi
ble two or three of them.
So the Renublican iust must
have those announcement fees
and orders for candidate cards,
VVnkc up republican nominees!
I It takes cash to run a republican
Do you not think it would
be better and more manly to
say to the dirty, corrupt poli
tician, now, once and for all
the time; we have been led
by political prejudice as far
as we are going. When a par
v ty through hoodlum manip
ulations put up men for of
lice unworthy of the sup
port of the decent element
ol the party, then such de
serve defeat, and we will not
longer support men because
they are on our ticket that
we know tu be unworthy of
support. - Caruthersville Re
publican. Just single them out: tell us
who they are, and we will pub
lish tlioir names, that the people
may know the truth, don't hide
the truth under a bushel.
A few of the "big uns" are
attempting to minimize Air.
Sluyton's candidacy for Rep
resentative. If some of these
same .sell styled "'big uns"
would got, busy and make the
honest, ont-in-open tight that
Slay ton is waging, they
might stand a better chance
at the polls in November.
Slayton is afraid to show his
colors. Caruthersville Re
publican. Why not give the Hayti Her
ald credit for exposing the ''big
Why should a republican not
vote the democratic ticket? There
is no other ticket for him to vote,
except the socialist ticket and
then would lie no socialist ticket
if the democratic party had been
in power these many years. The
'socialist party is the outgrowth
of the defeat of the democratic
narty at the polls in the past cam
paigns. Restore the democra
tic party to power and socialists
will eventually see that they are
laboring under delusions and fall
into democratic line. There is
no republican ticket in the Held
It so, which one is it, the Bull
Moose or the Vul Man ticket?
The great Teddy, whom republi
cans have followed and believed
implicitly in for the past years, j
saysTait is not the rightful nomi
nee, and or course we an Know
Teddy is not the rightful nomi
nee. Tinder these circumstances,
and other circumstances, why
should a republican not vote the
democratic ticket, especially
when he has become to believe
it is to the interest of the nation
to do so.' The lact he voted in a
republican primary election or
satin a republican convention I
makes no dillerence when he has j
since discovered that he is nol '
a republican or that he believes i
in the principles put lorward by
the democratic party. When a
man changes his po'itics his par- l
ty obligations theretofore made
are dissolved, and if a republican
has not changed his politics since
Teddy and Tal t began to sling I
mud at each other and thereby!
exposed the iniquities of their1
party, and under the high prices
for necessities and low prices
for labor in the land, then he
must be indeed a vevy hard case.
There are thousands of men, who
have been in the past the rankest
kind of republicans, who will
vote for Woodrow Wilson for
president in November, and not
only this, but will vote the
straight democratic ticket from
top to bottom, and they make
no bones about saying so either.
Mr. Bryan says Wilson and Mar
shall will carry every state in the
Union, and he says this because
he knows how the republicans
are going to vote in iovemuer.
Tt is not possible for the demo
cratic ticket to carry every slate
in the Union unless the good re
publicans help us do it So come
along boys and get in the band
wagon and help us knock the
stuffin' out of the Bull Moose and
Fat Man parties and put the poo-
pe back in power as they were
in the olden days.
We once heard a nrenvher say,
in speaking of the vocation ho
would like to have, in life, that lie
would like to be given a big scoop
shovel, and be delegated to shov-
eling sunshine- just shoveling
sunshine all the balance of his
days, and the following from Rob
Taylor reminds us very forcibly
of this great preacher:
"I would rather fill my purse
with money and keep its gates
ajar to my happy girls while
they linger under my roof than
to clutch it with a miser's hand
until the harp strings of youth
are broken and its music forever
lied. I would rather spend my
lastniekle foi a striped marble
to gladen the hen rts of my bare-
Still we grow, and there are good
reasons for our steady and satis
The fact that we have not only
held our business, but practical
ly doubled it, with all compel i
tion, indicates that the public
mind has not lest sight of the es
sential requirements that make
a bank sound and safe. The prin
ciples of conservative banking
that have governed our develop
ment in the past will shape our
tutu re policy.
when you peed to borrow.
You find that the greater your financial resources the
larger your borrowing 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.
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will he appreciated, and nethinij hut j-ootl, h.-althv. corn-fed
ini'.il will lie sold. All orders prompt!. deliered. I'liom or ser.U
U'ur orders. At the same old stand, north side imhlu square.
Kb Illlll III IT lit I I 1
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bourn, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint.
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side; also a headache and a backache.
I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband
urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle
helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could
do all my work. All the people around here said I would
die, but Cardui relieved me."
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Sptctat Inttructtoni, and M-paje book. "Home 1 reaiment lor A i
foot boys than to deny them the
childish pleasures and leave n.
Iihb of gold to quarrel over
wln ?om. 1 abhor the
pitiless hawk that circles in the
'' "l.v to swoop down and
strangle the linnet or bury its t:i
Ions in the heart of a dove. I de
spise the soulless man whose,
greed tor gold impels him to
strangle the laughter and song of
his own family.
Burn eonl for cooking and for oth
er purposes. You can get coal anv
time, delivered to your door Pbonn
nr iind y our order, and remember
that we sell fou 1 winter und summer -ml
ike the man who comes in to j,"'i
the cream of the winter's business and
,vliu in ,, ,,nn!r riaui stordui
chas. Morgan. M;t
T. Ii. (Tolie) Cunningham iinr) Willis Young
have uo.ight the I'ullain it I'ullam butcher shop
ti ml iin.1 Inn tw titil luMoninir Mtittlfi titntl Iwifrt. t "1
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