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It. 0. CKKB8WKLL
Dentist
All Kinds of Dontal Work Neatly
Executed
(Jrown and Bridgewortz a Specialty
Hayti, ... MiBflouni
T. J. TRAUTMANN
1'hynicinn nnd Surgeon
Oflloo photic GO. Rosidenco 00.
MvYTl, - - MlBBOUtU.
J. G. CR1DER
Physician and Surgeon
Ofllco Phono 60 Uealdenco 30
Hayti, - Missouri
F. A. MAYES
Physiciau and Surgeon
VYTI,
Missouri
S. J JEFFRESS
LAWYKK
Will Practice In All Courts.
Hayti, Missouri
VON MAYES
LAWYER
Hayti, - - Mo.
J. S. GOSSOM
i'roHociitiuu Attorney PemiHCot Co.
All KIiMb of Civil rtaiiieHH Piomp'ly
Alteiuleri to
Office n Court Hohh-
OMiUTIIKRbVILLK, - MlBSOURI
duncan & Mccarty
ATTORNEY AT-LAW
vVill ir-u'ticn ill nil t ih 1'inirtB
Offic- Over Poft Office
,A.RiJTUEK8Viu.E, Uo. Phone 158
T. A. MoNII
Notary Publico
Otii -: hank iif Hayti
JlAVTI, MI880URI
P. S. rRAVEWSTEIN
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Fire and Life Instiranc1.
Notary i'ul.lic.
PHONE 28 HAYTI. MO.
gITY OOL HALL
.loo Milton, Prop
Neut, new linildmj,'. neu tuiilei and
tixturcs, jjoiid ht'li' ln iiml mylu.
Courteous tro:ilin,nt. For ,i pleusunt
hour, call and see us. Pli-nl. of
plu.er.s.
Hayti, iihuxim
BARBER SHOP
AlOKEAU Ci Ah KINS
Tonsorial Artist
TwoOhairn FirsieitiH- -.. i ie. mid
livery tiling neat and clean. I ic-pi'd-f
it II v solicit your patroimue.
HAYTI, MIS-0'JHI
The Best Bread Maker
In this I'ni-I of the Country
Will Ship to All Points
1'KTKIt KTUMFF, Hayti, Mo
Phone No. 85.
mi
Texas
If you are planning a trip to
Texas, find out about the
Frisco's splendid service; and
its steel equipment of steel
chair cars, steel dining cars
serving Fred Harvey meals
and the finest of electric light
ed sleepers.
via Frisco
to Texas tuetiuh via the be it
hue, iu the best time. Ask the
Frisco aent for schedule aud
hill particulars.
0. IT. WATTS
A;enl Krisco Llnea
Hayti, - Missouri
ii
THE HAYTI HERALD
Pububiibd Every Thursday, By
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: 81.00
RNTKRKD AT THE POBTOPWCE, HAYTI,
Ofllco In City Hall, Southwest Room,
This Only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in tho County.
ALL PROM THE ARGUS.
The Argus' argument against
itself has come to be so good that
it is convincing without com
ment. Here is some genuine
Argus dope:
"Of the thirty stockhold
ers of the Argus Publishing
Co., twenty-two are Demo
crats and eight are Republi
cans. The latter own less
than one-four tli of the stock,
and have but two on the
board of directors. It is,
therefore, a FALSEHOOD
ON ITS PACE to state that
the DEMOCRATS COULD
NOT CONTROL the utter
ancos of this paper in any
manner they may desire."
Caruthersville Argus.
"Statement of the ownership, man
agement, cii dilution, etc., of The
Peini-scoi Argus, published weekly tit
Curutheriville. Missouri, required l,
the Act of August 24, 1012:
"Editor Harve.v Ii. Averili, (-'a
ruthersville, Mo
"Managing Editor Harvey E
Averili, Caruthersville, Mo.
"Uiisines Munuger Uurvey E.
Averili, Caruthersville, Mo
"Publisher The Argus Publishing
Co., a corporation, Carutlietsville,
Mo.
"Owners (stockholder-, owning more
than one per cent of total capitaliza
tion:) Iee W. Hood Chas. L. Cuming-
hum.
Harve. E. Averili. .lame-, R. Moore, I
C. K. liloker. John l . Uiven,
Chus. Goodrich. VV. A. Green.
i;nsis. . iisium, .-s .- im-KtM,
.... ... . ,i
.1 . Mel" auaiiiin, It L Ward,
,1 M Itullui-.l.
.i.S N. Km miliar,
I' .-i l-te.Mlollls,
S.HII .-sinilil.
C K. n i. ml,
H A. McKa.i.
.' in .1 Loiiu.
Tom M. siuiih,
Geo l 'Sc,
ij C Underwood,
toVv ST
W M Ned I,
( ll el i 'urutliei'sville. Mo.
Oiiiis A i 'roil, '. implied. Mo.
Luiher Shields. Muiston. Mo.
'. II McKiirland Tiler, Mo.
1 k,m'., ..;;:i ,: ns;;::
, and miiir mvii i hohleis, hol-nny I penngs, which will lirow '
i pet o in -ii- mt a I :i mo urit of , , . . .... ,, . ,
! !..im. .1. ru-,,..,. . 1.,-MtMiniu.,: nd Inintci -till -ill i-qo-I
r ' - ; . i iiruiiiersvillc, it i realization si ).'i
i Nl';'.l iltVLV K .Mil LL. Editor. wiU lUow. und ii ,v.ll rh
I .swiiru n i i - iiiMMibed helorn seen the Herald was right
tne tin-, 2uil ill hi Ovioticr, 15)12. nr . i i ..
I -..ill J 'A-,.. i LONG. Notnn 1'ul.lic. Watch lor tins proplie.
( i, coiiiin'--si()ii expires .luli come true.
,.1)12)'
'"Evidently the Argus had a
little influence in the county, af-
tertnl." '
"ft was a glorious victory, for
the nation, the state and the
county."
"Tae independent voter has
mule his m trie in the history of
the county."
''Perhaps the editor of the Ar-
gas may be pardoned for leeling,
1 alio, that the Argus assisted to a
' i?liirl,t .wtm.f nf li.i.. I- !t !.!. ii
oi.iiu wall-uv, iiu ranii, iu ui iii-
inj about the result at the polls,
We feel proud of our friends and
their votes at the polls on Novem-
be r fifth."
j "The question most in evidence
here on election day was "Have
1 you scratched yet. It was very
significant that any bunch of peo-
j p!e containing three or ino"e men
I discussing political issues, would
' show probably a majority who
frankly acknowledged that they
had scratched some DEMO
CRATIC nominees or would do
so when they cast their ballots."
Caruthersville Argus.
The only comment necessary
is that the Argus seems to
gloat over the partial defeat of
the democratic party in Pemis.
cot county, the bare election of a
part of the ticket, the editpr even
scratching Judge Paris, candi
date for the supreme bench,
and now adds insult to injury by
bragging over the havoc it has
wrought. Verily, democracy in
Pemiscot county has a heavy
load to carry.
A PROPHECY.
The policy of the Herald, aa
the past has proven, is democra
tic and although we accord every
man the right to cast hift ballot
as he in his wisdom sees fit, we
find no words of praise for any
democrat who scratched his tick-
Wiluam York, Editor and Pud.
A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCU
MIBBOURI, AS SECOND CLA88 MATTER
Hnvti, Pemincot. County. Missouri
et at the recent election. We
..it , iL t , .
still believe that every democrat
should liave stood by every nomi-
nee upon the ticket. We were
deepiy interested in the recent
election, and caught some of the
heat of the factional row in our
party, but we kept the nose of
our canoe bearing directly upon
the beacon on tho shore. We
heard the rumbling of the thun
der, saw the flashes of the light
ening and felt the earth tremble
beneath our feet, but we stood
with our face to the enemy.
When the days arc come and
gone, and the last echo of the
late conflict has ceased to rever
berate among the rafters, cer
tain democrats of this county,
who are now lelicitating each
other upon scratching the ticket,
will be sorely smitten with the
consciousness of their mis
take. In cool reflection they
will cease to felicitate. They
will then upbraid themselves lor
their political folly, and wonder
why they wandered off after
false Clods. The democrats who
stood by their guns till the sun
went clown November nth will
enjoy that sweet peace of mind
that comes alone to those who
hue ci the line. Mirk the
word "'scratch."
It Ins a lvirsh
sound.
r. i
luisour ir j I J v
l Li
li
democrats who scnfchod at tli
recent election in tune will ho so
shamed of themselv , li)e. a-,11
either ioin the renuidivjni ptrtv
or conic,,s the.v cti wrong.
The excuses lor sent iiin.ii
are growing leeblor each day.
and ere long the loud boasting-.
wi be m, e., wi,-,.
t.
i '
1st
be
! .
It is a str inir co i n'eive
after putt ij ttp.b-. imp
ed tight for the democrat .
ty in Pemiscot, county, bein.
Ni i'
tlli I
par r tli
only newsptper in the coun'.v id1
sttmd sqtiM rely lor the pti' . . we
have lost th supp rt ol o ,e
tlie executive officers nt tin-
County DmoraticCenti- Onu-
mittee. and n a cinzen of K iyii
Perhaps t.iis. in ptrl, . . into
for th si ,nj me .) dem tie jy at
1. . .. .11 .... "VT... . ...1. " L. 1 .
uie ) HIS u 1 1M) lliuur .'. ill is
now getting time lor I. u icot
county deinocnts to begei . lean
ing house.
The Hiyti Herald din th- best
it could and all it coulil t leot
the solid democratic ti et in
a
Cardni
For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks
of Treadway, Term., suffered with womanly troubles. She
says: "At last, 1 took down and thought I would die. I
could not sleep. I couldn't eat. I had pains all over. The
doctors gave me up. I read that Cardul had helped so
many, and I began to take ft, and it cured me. Cardui
saved ray life! Now, I can do anything."
f TAKE
Cardui
If you are weak, tired, worn-out, or suffer from any of
the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache,
backache, dragging-down feelings, pains in arm, side, hip
or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you
should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from per
fectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best
remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good.
It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effects.
Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui.
Wrfe to; Udie' Advisory DcpU Chittanoo Medicine Ca, Chattanoogi. Tetur,
lor Sptclal Instruction, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," cent Iree. J M
Pomiscot county, and that a part
of the ticket was defeated may
be attributed to the three Ca
ruthersville newspapers.
City and County Maps.
I have on hand a number of ap.tr
tltitr mups of the City of Hayti, worth
S5.00. which I will sell for $4.00.
" ''.v those quick, us the supply
will soon be exhausted. I also
havc B few cmintv niapBf whkh aro a
pri.ftt bargain, atJ.I.CO.
L. E. Thrupp, Caruthersville. Mo.
Administratrix Notice.
Notice is hereby gtven that letters
of administration upon tho estate of
G. W. Klliston, deceased, have, been
granted to me by the probate court of
Pemiscot county, Missouri, bearing
date the 14th day of September, 1012.
All persons having chums against
said estate are required to exhibit
them to me for allowance within six
months from tho date of said letters,
or they may bo precluded Irom tiny
benefit of niteh estate; and if said
claim be not exhibited within one
year from the date of said letters,
they will be forever burred.
Hated Noiei-iher 14, 10IU.
Mrs. M. Z. Klliston, Administratrix
of G. W. Klliston, Deefcused.
Shoe and Harness Chop
West Side Square
G. C. Akers
Hayti, - Missouri I
Barber Shop and Bath Room
Newest, L
Best
H. M. RA
RED
-st, Nicest and
"own.
'URGH, Pro,-.
1LD1NG
This Beautiful Russian
Crash Pillow Top
Yes, absolutely free, to
gether with back, illustrated
diagram lesson r.nd list of latest
embroidery designs by purchasing
bix skeins of
for 25c. Woinn1:o thH startllnc offer
to nrnve 1'ie superiority of Ili-ldinR'
1" n'cry S.ik. Anjonecaii easily
( u i.r tlili beautiful pillow top.
no in today and let us show
,iat you set free.
6CLDING
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Northwest Cor. Square
HA rTI,
MISSOURI
EBK
Cured Me"
ie
Woman'sTonic
j J '
FREE
T. E. Cunningliara Butcher Shop
Is the placo to trade
Ho
thin, through summer when ico
tho town Is full of butchers.
who has stayed with you.
My Prices, Quality and Weights arc Right
You know us, know our methods, know that we aro always
ready to servo you. and that we apnrcsiate your trade, always
striving to please and to benefit our customers.
North Side Square
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
ilTHEiil BANK OF HAYTI
?'-
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 Urge resources
enable us to give him all the credit his financial condition
warrants.
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 bink to be
come depositors of the
BANK of HAYTI
Sh.ja. 8a.JV jv. ju Wiftjw.rfii.in..n.Jt. - -ru. ju j. &.a. jtmju.ji3&.j&. -&
THE FAMOUS SALi
Pete Meatte, Manager
We Have The Sole Agency For
8 Year Old Magnet Whiskey
$1.00 per Qua-1
5 Year Old Belle of Lexington Whiskey
Bottled in Bond. $1 .00 per Qyrt.
j Wines, Gins, Whiskey and Beer
j of the BEST quality at the LOWEST prices
TIM $ DOrtRlS SALOON
I have been in the saloon business for 45 years, and the fact
that I am still in the business is sufficient proof and guai
antee of my square dealing and of the quality of my goods.
A REW BRANDS
Old Lynch Kjo. Lynch Srweial. Lynch Snecial Bnrhon.
Happy Jack. American Prido. Kentucky Tavern.
Monnivh of H. West Premium Uye. Dry Hun.
Wines, lirandios, Gins, Poach and llouoj, Itock and Ityo, etc.
Out of town trade and mail orders a specialty. Try us.
HAYTI,
J. N. LEWIS' SALOON
A NEW MAN IN A NEW PLAGE, WITH OLD WHISKIES
Mail Orders mid Out of Town Trade
A Speciality.
ALL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY RECEIVE!
Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Cigars
Wo handle all tho ht-t mt htaiulaiil ht.it.na, ;u oubto.
rnary prli'tm. Cull aud mi us wheu m tonu, oi phono
of mail your ordora.
1 North Sido Square,
Mays with yon through thick and
If expensive and the winter when
inter when
the friend
won't you stay with
Hayti, Missouri
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