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It. 0. OBK8SWELL
All Kinds of Dontnl Work Neatly
Crown nnd Uridgowork a Spooialty
Hayti, - - - Mi8fiouni
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician nnd Surgeon
Office phone 50. Knsidence GO.
H.vvn, - - Mibsouhi.
J. G. CRIDBR
Physician nnd Surgeon
Office Phone, 50 Residence 30
Hayti, - - Missouri
I . A. MAYES
Pli)Hk'Inn and Surgeon
iiAY-n, - - MiBBoum
THE HAYTI HERALD
PUBLIBUED EVEItY THURSDAY, BY WlLMAM YollK, EDITOR AND PUIi.
TEIIM8 OP BUIJSCniPTION: 81.00 A YEAH, CASH IN ADVANCE
ENTERED AT THE POBTOFFICE, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AB BECOND CIWVBfl MATTER
Ofllco in City Hull, 8outhwent Room, Hayti, Pemiscot County, MiBsouri
Thu Only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in the County.
"IT IS WRITTEN."
5 Then the devil taketh him up in-1 previously inside
to tlip holy city .
0 And suith to him, If thou be the
Son of Ood, cast thyself down: for, it
is WRITTEN '. Mut. 4.
' and parts of aquuroa in the anino
"Section 693. Officers to Procure
Host Rates In procuring the publl
cutlon of uny law proclamation, ad
vertisement, order or notice, aH in
thu next preceding section mentioned,
the public officers shall accept of the
moat ADVaNTAUEOUS terms that
can ho obtained, not exceeding the
rates limited in the preceding section.
:ind Wilks in revoking thu order (KNmI -Suit-ues moo, page, :w8.
rU 1 It 1M III UUUIll'l'WUU Willi IIIUSU nl'15"
X UU ifc UW V '
section of law is in ARTICLE il.
"Sec. r3!)3. Ballots to He
Printed Under Direction of
County Court. The printing and dis
tributing of all ballots and cards of
instructions and thu publication of
the lists of nominations mentioned in
THIS article shall uli be done uuder
S. J JEFFRESS
Will Practice In All Courts.
Hayti, - - Mo.
J. S. GOSSOM
Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co.
All Kinds of Civil liudlnesH Promptly
Office n Court House
CARUTHKIISVIU.K, - MISSOURI
same feeling of disgust.
The Argus stumbles about
the dark its follows:
The Argus' feeble attempt to
quote law and justify its errone
ous stand on the election adver
tising reminds us strikingly of
the above, and creates about the ! the direction and with the consent and
approval of the county court of the
county in which any sucli election is
to ho held." (Revised .Statutes of
1W)9 page ISTo.)
The editor of this paper is not an
attorney at law, but he is willing to
let the people of the county read that
section and construe, it as they will.
If that section does not absolutely
leave the distribution of the publica
tion of the lists of nominations to
the county court, without any refer
ence to the county clerk, then we do
not know how to read plain English.
Our friends are invited to stud j these
two from a disinterested standpoint,
and remember that wo said two and
have produced two, all bearing
upon the same subject.
dungan & Mccarty
ATTORNEY- AT- LAW
Will practice in all the courts
Office Over Post Office
vrvthehhvim.e, Mo. Phone PiS.
T. A. MoNAIL
Office: Bank of Hayti
Hayti, - Missouri
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Fire and Life Insurance.
PHONE 20 HAYTI, MO.
CITY POOL HALL
.loo Milton, Prop.
Neat, new building, new tables and
uxtures, good light day and night.
ourteous treatment. For a pleasant
I. our, call and see us. Plenty of
Hayti, - Missouri
Two Chairs. FirHtclass Service and
everything neat and clean. I respect
fully solicit your patronage.
HAYTI, - MISSOURI
Our statement of last week with ref
erence to the two sections of law cov
ering the letting of the publication of
the official ballot in two papers was
questioned by the gentlemanly (!)
editor ot the Gossom paper, and, that
our friends may know definitely the
truth of our assertions we give tho two
The Argus says: "Tho gen
tlemanly editor." No doubt that
is a misnomer with the Argus
for straight democracy, true
blue and dependable. He again
says: "The Gossom paper." No
doubt that is another misnomer
intended to compliment the Her
ald for its democracy, for Judge
Gossom was the democratic can
didate the Argus tried hardest
to defeat. So much for that.
Judge Gossom was the nominee
of the democratic party for
prosecuting attorney, and he was
... ... r-r . .
elected, aitnougn me aayu tier-1 ln his attemp1 t0 qnoU. tll lliw
aid had to light three newspapers the Argus lnukl,s !lb()Ut Uj0 samt,
who were against him. i mess of it that t,lui d,ivil tUd w1hm1
Publish he attempted to quote scripture
to Christ. The above section,
The Argus says if the above
is not right, "then we do not
know how to read plain English."
Of course a man so biased and
prejudiced as the Argus is .not
supposed to read with an under
standing. "The editor of this paper is
not an attorney at lav;," says the
Argus. Then if lie is not, why
does he try to construe the law.
Now, as to the Argus' contract
with the county, that is not worth
the paper it is written upon.
There is no law authorizing such
contracts except in cities having
100,000 or more population, and
in granting a contract to the Ar
gus to do all such advertising
the county court exceeded its
(Continued on page .'.)
"Sec. .r851. Clerk to
Names At least seven days before
an election to 111 1 any public office. .
the clerk of the county court of each '
county shall cause to be published in
two newspapers within his county, if
I there bo two newspapers published
I therein, or if there only be one news
paper published therein, then in such
newspaper, the nominations to office
certified to him by the secretary of '
state and also those tiled in his office. '
1 Ho shall make not less than two pub- ,
i lications in each of such newspapers ;
f)b(.)"), quoted by the Argus is in
ARTICLE .", and does not relate
to ARTICLE 8. Besides, notice
the language in the last quoted
section, which expressly states.
"IN THIS ARTICLE." Fur
ther, Section fi8r1, in Article 3,
relates to nominations, which
shall be advertised as set out,
while Section ."iSOri, in Article r,
tlons just quoted that the Pemiscot
Argu bid on the county printing and
was awarded the contract. The law
dealing with tho printing of the lists
of nominations does not specify parti
san papers, but thu publication is
made on account of the county as a
public cbarve. 'I hi? entirely disproves
the contention nt the two associate
judges that the Argus was not en
titled to one publication under its
Mr. Tiusiey, comity clerk, says the
bid ui aktd for upon the em basis
and not m a lump sum, Unit all the
other papers bid upon the basis, and
that lie under. tond the bid of the
Herald man over the phono to be fifty
cents (per square for the first insertion
and twenty -the tor the second.
Of course there w:is no oc
casion for the Argus to quote
Suctions ."!r7 and f88, in Chapter
8, relating to "advertisements
and public notices," and the Ar
gus truthfully says that the last
two section's have no bearing,
whatever, upon the question at
issue. These sections only regu
late advertisements and public
notices with which the county
court ha's to dual, such as drain
age notices, board of equalization
doings, etc., and do not cover
either the primary or guieral
But for the benefit of tho Ar
gus, we will once more publish
the opinion of Attorney. General
Major, governor-elect of the
State of Missouri, and also the
opinion of Prosecuting Attorney
Charles N. Mozley of Scott coun
ty alongtlr.it line, in part as follows:
T. . Cunningham Butcher Shop
Is the place to trade.
He stays w'th ynu through thick and
thin, through summer when ice is expensive and the winter when
the town is full of butcher?. Won't juj at ay with the
who has .stayed with you.
My Prices, Quality and Weights are Right.
You know us, know our methods, know that ui urn ;ilwn s
reu; to wrvo you. and that we appreciate your itiide. alwa
i-tminir to p1e;e-e am: to benefit our customers.
North Side Square
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
This is a question of every day use.
Whether of a matter of need or of a good opportunity
for an investment.
Do you know that the best way to establish a credit is
to become a checking depositor of this bank? One whose
checking account continues to grow, soon gains the confidence,
of a strong bank. We welcome your deposits, whether large
or small. Come, let's be friendly.
Capital $10,000.00 Surplus $2,100.00
ITIZENS BANK OF HAYTI
"That provision of section fiv' su
pra, whirl) provides that "the public
officials shall accept the must AP-
I VAXrAOIiOl.s terms that can be ob
tained, not exceed i n l' the rales limited
in tho proceeding section,' clearly
means that such piililic wilicers shall
take into consideration tho PRICE,
CIRCULATION and general objects
of th statue in publishing such ad
vertisement and publications.
"In 1 Cyc. p. li7, we find the term
upon thu last day upon which such I.,i.;,k ,.n..i :.i. c? . 'advantageous, when Used in a legal
1 , . ii .. , i m uu wiwi n iai;iu o uui w ilm out t . ,, ,. , . ..,.
newspaper is issued before the elec-j . sense, to mean 'beneficial, oouven-
tion. If there be no newspaper pub-1 l,on 1)Rl)1 of that article. Just j ie,uiy, prolltably. gainluily.'
I lished in his county, the clerk of the I why the ArgUS attempts to fool I "The Supreme Court or thu State-ot
county court shall, at leas-t seven days 'and mislead the people by not i Pennsylvania in the case of Carman
hetore the election, cause to be posted Vivino-the A RTTP.I ,R in the u,i. I vs. Potts, l.'W Pa. St. I. c. -VS2, de-
, , ... , .... " -.--
before the election, one of which pub- . relates to ' ballots, voting and rep
lications in each newspaper shall be , turns," hiiving nothing whatever
The Best Bread Maker
In this I'art of the Country
Will Ship to All Points
l'KTKK STKKIFF, Hayti, Mo.
Phone No. 85.
Get our booklets
on belter farming
Tile Frisco's guides to good
crops were written by expert
farmers. Every farmer along
the Kusco who wants more
crops - more profit should read
"Orasxes and ( lovers"---"l-'ui-a?e
uiul Hay Crops" - "Corn
and Wheat eulliiii',,--',.SolJ
Fertility ""Truck Farming"
'Ci'iiimerciul potato Crowing. "
Thev are all FRIili
to any farmer locat
ed alon the Frisco
---write for them today.
I II. WHITE
Springfield, - Mo.
Agricultural and Horticultural
Commissioner, Frisco Lines.
in bis office and at some public place
' in each township of his county, a print
ed notice of the nominations to of-
fieecertilied to him by the secretary of
j state, and also those filed in bis office,
(Hovised Statutes of l!K)!, page lMi.'t.)
) This is the section which the learned
editor and h'S able counsel quoted to
the court and upon ulucli the the two
associate judges based their aetiou in
revoking the former order made hy
i thu court, giving the publication to
tines thu term to mean thu same as
quoted from Cyc.
"Webster, in a recent edition, of
the dictionary, dt tines the term 'ad
vantageous' to mean 'being of advau-
The Argus might also have
quoted Section fi'.Hil), Article !!,
d that the
legislature intended the term to be
used in a broad, legal seusi:, as here
"Awaiting your further pleasure. I
have the honor to remain,"
Yours very respectfullv,
Ku.iOT W. iMAlOIt,
Sec. fi!MV.. Secretary of State to
Designate Newspapers How Paid.
The secretary of state shall designate
in what newspaper in each county
said proposed amendments shall be
I Now, the county cleric bears
the same relation to thu county
that the secretary of state bears
to the state, iind the reason the
two it re clothed with this power
is to place the work in the hands
of the newspapers that will do
the greatest good to the greatest,
number of people. The statutes
fix the price to be paid for the
"The learned editor and his
able counsel," quoth the Argus.
Verily, tho Argus must have it
very sore spot. Of course the
people of Pemiscot county are
'quite well acquainted with the
editor of this paper, find, as for
lour attorney. Col. Arthur L. Oli
ver, we believe the people of
I'eiuiscot county require no
words of commendation. The
i section of law quoted above
covers the whole thing, and our
j contentions were right, as were
' also the action of Judges Foust
tutes under which the different '
sections are found exposes him
as not only weak, but cunning,
and evading the truth.
We openly challenge the Argu.-, tt'; profitable; beneficial
..,,.,,. , . . e "It is plain to my min
iu luuiiuce 11 iiKiiuu iqjiiiiuu iiuin
any kuputahIjI'.; attorney in
the State of Missouri showing
that Section iH95, in Article r,
Iras any bearing whatever
upon Section fiH.") 1, in Article ''.
Now, here is a chance for the
Arjius to make good. Are we
right or wrong?
We guarantee right now that
the Argus will not accept this
challenge, and again, we dare tin
The truth is good enough for
the Hayti Herald, and when we
become so barren of principle
that we must resort to deception
to carry our point wl want to bo
kicked out of the county.
When an officer of this bank see a depositor making steady
gains in his balances, our confidence in him grows.
When a depositor who has won our confidence requires
money with which to develop his business our large resources
enable us to give him all the credit his financial condition
The merchant, the builder, the farmer who does business
at this bank, receives its financial support when he needs it.
We invite all who want the strong resourceful bank to be
come depositors of the
BAK of HAYTS
Pete Meatte, Manager
We Have The Sole Agenrv For
S Year Old Magnei. Whiskey
$1.00 per Quart
5 Year Old Belle of Lexington Whiskey
Bottled in Bond. $1.00 per Quart.
Wines, Gins, Whiskev and Beer
of the BEST quality at the LOWEST prices
"Pefore passing to the last two see
lions of this law, I desire to s.iy that
I the wisdom of the legislature is using
the word advantageous in dinctuig
; i tne officers charged with the duty of
letting the county printing ts cuarlj
apparent, and thu I the word should
bj given and used in its broad, lentil
sense, us defined, and that On piintii-g
could not be let with rrletenri to
PRICE ONLY, without defeating tin '
general purposes ot the publication oft
notice-, anil it the ln !iri sf provide'
and the clerks of the courts of record )
wcro compelled to let the printing to
Now. here is another (puliation lor i the LOWEST bidder, the papet with
the benefit ot the wise editor who is J the LEAST CJIUTLATION would
judge, jury and all combined. It i have the advantue in being able to
ikies not bear upon the point at issue do the woik at the LEAST PUICL,
in this argument, but deals with pub- would succeed in obtaining tame, and
Mentions in general, supporting the, great INJUSTICE would result 10
view held by .fudge Creen ot letting . those INTERESTED in the wjiitur
tile papers of tha county bid upon the J litigated. The publication ol legal
publication of the lists of no uiua- notices is a method ol service upoii
tions. It consists of two sections as those INTER E.Vl'EP in the m.iiter be-
follows: lore the court, unit it swell nutlet
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South Side Square, Hayti, Mo. I
Blood Was Wrong
All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due
to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable,
scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly,
yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system,
relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system,
and toning up the nerves. During the past half century,
thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative
results they obtained, from the use of this well-known medicine.
ii'Aiij 111 itiMti 11 i ' nuriii-s liiiir-
Public Ad- enicd. their interests an- iiheh to Suf-
vertisements. When any law, procla- j fer; hence the woiri APVANTA
inatlon, advertibeinent. order or OEOl'S, and the pluumg ol burdi n
notice shall be published , any news- M
paper, for the state or for any public taking into consideration mentmng
olllcer on account of or in the name-1 meant by the word and accomplishing
ot the state, or for any public olllcer , "h" purposes intended in said law.
' Mil narrow eouirueiioii in i n.s iin.
"Inch ignores oi leaves out om or
mi account of or in the name ot any
county, there shall not be allowed tor
such publication a higher rate than
one dollar per square of two hundred
and fifty oms for tho first iusertion,
and fitly cents for each subsequent
iusertion; and for fractional squares
more of the words used in the defini
tion of the term ADVANTAGEOUS,
would beclearlv erroneous and PRE
VENT its BENEFICIAL operation."
CuAimr-s N. Mozr.uv,
Prosecuting Attorney .
Scott County .
V A R D U i WomaiTonic
Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for'
nearly ten years. In a letter from Whitevillc, N. C, she
says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My
stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had back
ache, and was very weak.. I tried several doctors, but they
did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 mouths, and now
1 am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise
Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women.
Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Depl.. Cliatlanpoja Medicine Co., Clultannng. Teon.,
for Special Instruction, and 64-pae book, " Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 53
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