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K. C. CHESS WELL
All Kindw of Dontal Work Noatly
Orown and HrldRowork a Specialty
Hayti, ... Missouri
THE HAYTI HERALD
Pl'hi.ished Evkhy Thursday, By William Yoiik, Editor and Pun.
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician and Surgeon
Ofllco phuue 60. RoBldonco 00.
Hayti, - Missouri.
T13RM8 OP 81H18CRIITION : 41.00 A YBAR, CASH IN ADVANCE
ENTKRKD AT THE 1'OSTOPPICE, HAYTI, MISSOURI, AS SECOND CLASS MATTER
Ollleo in Oity Hall, Southwest Room, Hayti, Pmniiiuot County, Missouri
TI10 Only Recognized Straight Democratic. Newspaper in tlio County
I The democrats can win in this coun
ty by nominating good men for ollice.
I Carnthersvillo Artis.
I How about the people? This
county had a primary, in which
all the people participated. The
people, by their votes, made the
nominations the Argus sought so
hard to defeat.
J. G. CRIDER
Physician and Surgeon
Oflli'is Phono 60 KuHldunco 30
Hayti, - Missouri
F. A. MAYES
Physician and Surgeon
ayti, - MlSHOl'UI
S. J JEFFRESS
LA WYE It
Will Practu-u In All Courts.
Ilavti, - - Mo.
J. S. GOSSOM
I'roReuutiiig Attorney Pemiscot Co.
ll Kinds of Civil iJuHineBs Promptly
Office n Court House
Caruthkrsvii.le, - Missouri
duncan & Mccarty
Will practice in all the eourts
Office Over Poet Oflice
aruthkkhvillk, Mo. l'honc 15S
T. A. MoNAIL
Office: Bank ok Hayti
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Fire and Life Insurance.
PHONE 20 HAYTI, MO.
OITY POOL HALL
Joo Milton, Prop.
Neat, new building, new tables and
tixtures, good lijrhi day and ni;lit.
I'onrtenus Ueatnv'iit. For a pleasant
hour, call and see ua. Plenty of
There Is no need of arguintfliEGAL
technicalities in respect to the county
printing, for the people in the county
are not Interested in such SPLIT
TING HAMS. We have placed the
law upon the subject before our read
ers and they may now advise them
selves fully upon the mutter without
being forced to believe any of the
silly twaddle which is being poured
out by the column in tlio liny ti paper.
So the Argus admits that the
Hayti Herald was right. Surely
if the Herald was not right if
the Herald was in error, the Ar
gus would say so. No newspa
yer was ever known to give up a
controversy when it was in the
right. The Argus say there i
no use in "splitting" hairs, when
it comes to law and telling the
truth, which is equivalent to say
ing, "if you can fool the people,
fool them," as he has tried to do.
The Herald quoted the law, quot
ed not only the sections, but the
articles and their subjects and
purposes; the Herald went fur
ther and showed the opinion of
Attorney-General Major, our
governor-elect, and the opinion
of another eminent attorney, yet
the Argus brands this as "silly
twaddle." This is a very clear
been in town several times since
ordering the paper and has spent
enough money for booze to pay
for several years' subscription.
Exnerience has taught us tint
Wonder if Cornelius Roach will
again list the Hayti Herald "in
dependent?" We are awfully
sorry that Roach had no demo
cratic opponent in the primary,
the ' cash in advance plan" is the aml W(J nop(, to spe lho duy when
br.t, and in at least nine cases K, shali hnvo t0 C(mt0st with
oui or ten a man mis tne- money
in his pocket to pay for the pa
per. if he would do so.
lining a democrat should nnl mean
in this count) that a member ul tin
democrat for somo office.
The ilavti panel
legal expu't on it-
It i.- better to havi
evidently ha- a
stall. -I .m tlicr
:i legal ex-
party is forced to stand for any 110ml-1 1K,rt on the staff of a newspaper
nee, nowever corrupt, who may - in
placed upon the ticket thitcisrh bad
influences. Cartithurs'. ille Arjus.
People of Pemiscot county:
The Argus says the candidates
you nominated by your votes at
tne primary, August u, were 1
nominated by bad influences.
This assertion is impeaching
your franchise as a citizen and
voter. You went to the polls of
the primary and nominated your
choice, and now the Argus says
you are corrupt, a fool, and did
not have sense enough to vote
as you should have voted. Isn't
that the limit for gall?
than to attempt to fool and mis
lead the people. The people are
entitled to know the truth.
T. E. Cunningham Botcher Shop
Is the place to trade. He stays wMh ".on through thick and
thin, through hummer when ice is expensive and the winter when
the town is full of butchers. Won't you stay with the friend
who has stayed with you.
My Priceo, Quality and Weights are Right.
You know us. know our methods, know that we are alwios
ready to serve jou, and thai we appresiate yourttade. always
striving to please and to benefit our customer.
North Side Square
Ed. A. Wright, owner of the
New Madrid Missouriau, gave
indication tnat the Argus regards , notice last week that he publish
the people as foolish and in-ed his last issue in New Madrid,
competent to judge the truth fori ttnd that he would remove to
themselves. Very well; the peo- j Portageville, where the paper
pie think different, and they are would be continued. This may
be ;i wise move on the part of
Mr. Wright, and then again it
may not. We have had some ex
perience in the newspaper busi-
with the Herald.
We are sorry to see the Argus
claiming all the honor for having
the county's books audited. wien
the fact is, the honor chiefly be
longs to the Democrat.
Shoe and Harness Shop
West Side Square
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
For the benefit of certain par
ties, who have a few curves in I
their spine on account of what we noss imtl we hllV() l-necl that
said about the defeat of Ed Ju- !t is s".V host to let well
den, perhaps we know more than e'"nli alne- Of course Port-
we have said, and we can make K-'viUe is n good town and needs
our remarks a little more point- newsnaper, and we hope broth-1
,wi if n,,aai,,. n.,o r t.b, or Wright will meet with sue-!
causes loading in nart to his do-' ws. whilil1 he undoubtedly will,
feat was too much talk on the ,
part of one or more of his friends.
On election day, these parties
tried to spread the news thati
certain Hayti and Caruthersville j
people were knifing Brown and j
trying to elect Henderson, when I
there was no foundation for any ,
such talk. As a result of this;
but he will rind matters quite
different from being in the coun
1 . .. . . .
Two Chairs. FiratelaRB Service and taiir, However, and Uie presisten
Now that the "hobo'" season is
approaching, we will suggest to
the city authorities, that the city
nail is not a cattle pen, and
should not be converted into a
I rendezvous for nasty, stinking
everything neat and clean. I reRpect- (v ()f one nartv in snreadin"- it', , r ..1 ,' 1 11
fullv aulicit your patronage. , , , l ioin0 iu, , 0ilfei.s Let the doors be lock-
UAYTI, - MISSOURI the telephone was used to the , t ilt , t f fc
I ,....fl, .,.l r t . . r j
m" "' ",u " Lm l ,J,,uu- ' l " ' ! to the citizens who own and use
ing this report, as a result of j the cty hal and Ulosu who rwit
winch the people in the north j onlcesin leL M tr(JS,pass.
uim 111 Lin; county, leeimg iiiat u
their candidate was to be
scratched, then they would re
taliate by scratching .ludon.
The Best Bread Maker
(11 this Part of the Country
Will Ship to All Points
l'ETElt STUKIFF, Hayti, Mo
Phone No. 85.
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
t JV-xus means via the lmi
iii.u. in the licit time. Ak tin-r'n-eo
agent fi cludiili- and
0. N. WATTS
Agent 1'Vis.co Lines
Ilavti, - Missouri
ers be summarily ousted.
Last week we received the ini
tial number of the J'emiscot
Democrat, published by .las. W.
Smith, at Steele, in the south the recent campaign is enough
end of the countv. and bis nunoe I u wo' T .V1, and It Will lorevei
T ..... ...j--...
Iin't it .'nod to have .ill that poli
ties out of the way and nothin,r to
worry ahout iave Bill York and the
cost of turkey and Christmas presents.
Don't worry about) us, Bill.
Your political attitude through
fc:a f. .vavy. .v ::r3
&.' WtJBr TtlZf ?ta m StO ZmaLl
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This Beautiful Russian Yffl
Crash Pillow Top jK -
Yes, absoltitclv free, to- rial J
selher with back, illustrated EmM
diagram lesson and list of latcht KM A
embroidery designs bj purchasing V$3& J
mx skeins of mm a
'I I II III 'II II MM
for 25c. We mnko till startling onVr KB J(
to provo tlie Mipenuritv of Ik-ldinc'i KM "
1'. iibronlery Silk Anyone can cn-il" fMS Jt
er'brolilcr this beautiful pillow top FX
Come In today nnd let us show w JJ
yua what you get free. SB TJ
very credible showing; jlM.,s wi'tltj
I for him. .Tim is an old newspa-
1 jier man and we have known him
I for many years, and we know
that if Steele will do her part, he
I will do his, and there will be no
J kick coining. Now, you people
i of Steele, all get busy, give your
i newspaper ihe support it do
! serves, and when you die and
need a nice obituary, IWr. Smith
can write same without cussing
t under his breath. Jt is an awful
I hard task to write a nice, ju icy
j obituary for some old cuss who
never spent a dime with the
newspaper in Ins hie, and the
extra copies his family ask for to
send to their relatives falls quite
heavy on the publisher.
pursue you, like Tarn O'Shan-
Members of Missouri Bankers' Association
Capital and Surplus $12,1 00.00
A brief biography of the Citizens Bank of Hayti. It tells
you in a few words what we are, what we are doing, and
what we can do for you. Those five S's are five reasons
why we want your business.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Ckl Tindle Ties. ; K.M.Perkins, Vice-Pres. ; C, ,1 Provinc.
Casiuer; J. S. Sturm, Fred Morgan, A.J. Dorris;
Clel Tindle; F. M. Perkins.
"You Know the Men Connected With It?"
CITIZENS 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 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
BANK of HAYTI
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J. L. DORRIS
Northwest Cor. Square
HAYTI, - MISSOURI
Now and then some man meets
u. on the street and says: "Send
the paper to me -just put my
name on the list, and when I get
home J will send you a dollar."
In such eases we usually send
about one issue, and failing to
get the dollar, quit. Only this
week we had a man to "jump" us
about failing to send the paper to
him, when the fact is, he has
My Doctor Said
" Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C.
" I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to
be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon
began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my
housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I
am able to do my housework and to care for my children,
and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough
for the benefits I have received."
ft- TAKE The
LARDU I Woman's Tonic
Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for
women, aim acts speciucally on the womanly constitution.
Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains
the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years,
in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to
health and happiness.
If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous,
cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not
try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts
in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test
it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him.
Write to: Ladies' Advliory Dept.. ChatUnoow Medicine Co.. ChattitiootJ, Tenn.,
for Special Inttmctlont, and M-page book. "Home Treatment lor Women," tent free. J 56
THE FAMOUS i
Pete Meatte, Manager
We Have The Sole A ?ency For
S Year Old Magnet Whiskey
$1.00 per Quart
n Year Old Belle of Lexington "Whibkey
Bottled in Bond. $1.00 pur Quart.
Wines, Gins, Whiskey and Beer
of the BEST quality at the LOWEST prices
C? i.L. CV J 0-..... TLT i-J TVT
ouulii oiuc oqudic, ridyti, iviu. 5,
V 1W1fW WW WW HFSS
TIM f DORRIS f: 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 guat
antee of my square dealing and of the quality of my goods.
A FEW BRANDS
(llil Lvni'li K l.vnrli Special. Lynch Special Murium
Uumi Jack. American Pnilc. Kent'.ickv Tavern.
"i'isi rcli ot n,n West I'Miirini Il,if Lh. Kun
Inei, MriindU's, Gins, Peach anil Ilonej, Hock anil Ile, etc.
Out of town trade and mail orders a specialty. Try us.
J. N. LEWIS' SALOON
A NEW MAN IN A NEW PLACE, WITH OLD WHISKIES
31 ;iil Orders and Out of Tom 11 Tmde
ALL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY RECEIVED
Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Cigars
Wc liiimllu all the hest siwl stanilunt iirnwis, at custo
mary price-., 1 all and see Hi wnon in town, or plume
or mail .vour order
North Side Square,
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