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title: 'The Hayti herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1908-1922, January 09, 1913, Image 2',
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It. C. tiltENSWKLL
All Kinds of Dontnl Work Neatly
Crown nml rirldgcwork ft Specialty
HAYTI, - MlBflOURI
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician nnd Surgeon
Office phono GO. Rouiilonco no.
HAYTI, - - MlBSOUIU.
J. G. CRIDER
Phy.slcinn inul Surgeon
Office Phono CO Heflidi'tice I!0
Hayti, - - MlHSOlllI
THE HAYTI HERALD
F. A. MAYES
Physician and Surgeon
H vyti, - - Miusoriti
S. J JEFFRESS
Will Practice In All Courts.
Hayti, - - Mo.
J. S. GOSSOM
J'roBecutinp; Attorney Pemiscot Co.
All Kinds of Civil liaeineRs Promptly
Olfice in Court Ho two
Cakuthkrsvim.k, - Missouri
duncan & Mccarty
Will practice in all the courts
Office Over Poet Oflice
arutiiersville, Mo, Phone 158.
T. A. McNAIL
Ollice: Hank ok Hayti
JIayti, - - Missouri
P. S. RAVENSTEIN
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Fire und Life Insurance.
PHONE 28 HAYTI. MO.
Shoe and Harness Shop
West Side Square
G. C. Akers
Hayti, - Missouii
CITY POOL HALL
Joe Milton, Prop.
Neat, new building, new tables and
fixtures, j;oiid lijrhi day and niht.
I'ourteoiiH tieatii)"nt. For a pleasant
hour, call und see us. Plenty of
Hayti, - - Missouri
Two Chairs. FirstchiBB Service and
everything neat and clean. I respect
fully solicit your patronage.
HAYTI, - - MISSOURI
The Best Bread Maker
In this Part of tin Country
Will Ship to All Points
I'KTEK NTUKIFF, JIayti, JHo.
Phono No. 85.
Puiilisiiki) Every Thursday, By William York, Editor . and Pun.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 81.00 A YEAR, CASH IN ADVANCE
ENTERED AT THE POBTOFKICE, HAYTI, MISSOURI. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER
Ofllco in City Hall, Southwest Room, Hayti, Pemiscot County, MIbbooVI
The Only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in the County,
ARE WE RIGHT?
We do not mean to be under
stood because we are in favor of
the unit law or a different popu
lation law concerning local op
tion to be opposed to the welfare
and growth of our neighbor city,
Caruthersville. We would like
to see Caruthersville continue to
grow and prosper, because her
prosperity is tin prosperity of
the county. So is the prosperi
ty of Hayti and every town in
the county the prosperity of the
county. We are only demanding
equal rights, a chance to work
out our destiny without being
hampered by an inequitable law.
We ask the right to have saloons
if they are permitted to exist
elsewhere in the county, and we
see no unreasonableness in this
demand, because communities
as well as citizens are entitled to
equal rights. The world was not
made for one or a few, but for
us all, and the blessings bestow
ed should be distributed equally.
Past experiences have taught us
that with the saloons out of Hay
ti and in our sister city a few
miles away only increases our
evils and prostrates our busi
ness. The cause for this is
found in the inconsistency of
mankind. ff Caruthersville
could have her saloons and Hayti
without them could prosper com
mercially and morally, we would
see no inequality in the present
local option law. Think this oyer,
and you cannot help but see we
of printing but the fool printer
himself. The printer who hasn't
nerve enough to put a living price
on his product for fear sombody
else might get the work, ought
to starve. Caruthersvillc Re
publican." Then, you darned fool, why
don't you put your price up.
We'll bet a dime to a ginger
ed him out and through his at- j 0ilUe that the Hayti Herald has
torney lie accepted the service to Ule Highest job printing and ad
appear before the Senate Com
mittee on the 13th day of Janu
ary. 1013, to give testimony to
tin- American people.
So the Pros is greater than
Li't the Press remain free.
POWER OF THE PRESS.
For six long months the United
States Government has been try
ing to locate William Rockefeller,
a brother of John D. Rockefeller,
for the purpose of serving him
with a simple subpoena to appear
before the Senate Committee to
And the Government failed.
This great Government of the president,
United States of which we are
so proud, failed to locate and
serve a simple process of law up-
Princeton, N. J.. Jan. 1.
Nineteen hundred nudthii
teen was greeted by Presi
dent-elect WiKon as hi
"lucky year.' He is always
delighted at any combination
by addition, multiplication
or substraction that will pro
duce the number.
"Thirteens have always
been running through my
life in connection with good
fortune," he said today.'
The year of his nomination
to the presidency produced
13 by adding the digits 1, '.),
1, '2. Wood row Wilson con
tains just thirteen letters. He
was thirteen years a profes
sor at Princeton. He was
elected the thirteenth presi
dent of the university. He
presided over 1300 students.
Even the thirty -first,
which is the presidential
term begun on March 1, pro
duces the lucky number re
versed. He will be the
of the country, a combination
which the President-elect at
first thought baflling until it
was pointed out it counted up
just thirteen letters.
"And there are two oth
ers," said Gov. Wilson.
"Not only will T be taking of
fice in JU13, but the Electoral
College meets on .January 13
this year." St. Louis Re
public. If any one should ask you
when Gov. Wilson will become
you would reply,
' "Fourth of March." The Hayti
vertising rates in the county.
and we will show our schedule of
prices and dare any paper to ac
cept. We have long tried to get
the newspapers of the county to
formulate a uniform schedule of
prices und pi ice the business on
a practical basis, but for our
j imins we have repeatedb had
'our throat cut when it came to
making prices on work, and here
, after we are going to retaliate in
' like, knowing full well that we
can stand the starvation process
las long us i lie other fellow, and
maybe he will come to his milk
and stand to the rack.
When you want printing or ad
vertising done, give the Hayti
Herald a chance to bid, we are
right after it.
Members of Missouri Bankers' Association
Capital and Surplus $1 2,1 00.00
A brief biogiapby of the Citizens Bank of Hayti. It tells
you in a few words what we are, what we arc doing, and
what vc can do for you. Those five S's are five reasons
why we want your business.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Hi T null I'm-. K. M. Perk in.-, Viet-1're.- ; i . .1 I'rmiii'',
i .i-iuet ; .1 S Sturm, I' ii-d Morgan, A .1. I lorn-:
t ,. 1 T'ihI.i . !' M. Perkins.
"You Know the Men Connected With It?"
CITIZENS BANK OF HAYTI
If your Piano or Orjrnn needs tun
ing, cleiininir or repairing, leave or-der-i
with Mrs. H. L. (fully or Letters
Druir Store. Respectfully, F. R. An
toine, phone 12.!, Caruther.-ville, Mo.
13,000 Cabbage Plants.
We have aireadv ordered anil paid
for l.'i.OOO of the Famous Fro-t l'rool
Cahbujfe Plants, for jour benefit.
Place jour orders now. We will or
der them shipped as you need them.
8lf JOHN T. JUVKLKV.
City and County Maps.
I have on hand a number of up-to-date
maps of the Citj of IJuyti, worth
.55.00, which I will sell for 61.00.
Hetter buy these quick, as the supply
will soon be exhausted. I also
have a few county maps, which are a
j.; peat hiii-iriiin, at $.'!.50.
L. K. 'i'iiuri'l', Caruthersville. Mo.
WHY FARMERS USE THE
Fireless Sanitary Brooder.
It yives better anil cheaper prelec
tion to jouni: chickens. It rc litres
no artificial heat, and is no expense to
operate, will last longer than any oth
er Ilrooder made. It is used and re-
Herald notes there are exactly j commended by the Missouri
thirteen letters in these three i POULTRY KXl'KRIMKNT STATION
on one of our citizens, living upon words, and this combination
our soil. i should be added to the above ob-
The chicks are taken from lien- as
ooon as hatched, as well us from In-
i.m I. ii ..i.- .irwl ii, .1 in tw. I .... ..I. hi
t was then that the Power ol servations on Gov. Wilson's lucky ! where they are thomu-'lilv pnm-n-d
the Press was invoked. ,1,,. from cold and other dangers incident
"-"-' j to chicks. J nen ine motner-iu i. will
r-z produce one-third moroeffifs annually,
while the chicks are satclj pi elected
i.tie oi our county exchanges in a Hroo,ier. (Jet a l-in-ies- r.rood
And the Press responded.
The Press is always loyal.
"The Pen is Mightier than the
The Newspapers of the United
States, everywhere, begun to
probe for the elusive financier.
They,, each and every one of
them, went sifter him in their
own way and fashion, being inde
pendent and free to act as they
might choose, nnd they soon lo
cated this wily old skunk, smok-
mont ions the advance in the price Cl" anii double your ilock annually
nl' Clicistiii'K t-inlf(v -irwl iri.rwn i and at much less expense. Si ml pes
ol (. lii istmas unlaws and geese, ta, t()(l!iv f(). oolk.t un(i ,.,
who wants to know why the exclusive a-ents.
printer doesn't get more for his
printing. There is nobody on American Receptacle Mfg. Co.,
earth to blame for the low price Mountain drove, - Mi 'nun
Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of
Faribault, Minn. She says : " Let me tell you how much
good Cardui lias done me. As a young girl, 1 always had
to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was
so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet. I got a
bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as 1 had
taken a few doses, I began to feel better.
Today, 1 feel as well as anyone can."
Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large
number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women,
which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble.
A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to
relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains,
the signs of weak nerves and over-work.
For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic.
You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you.
Ask your druggist about it He knows. He sells it
Write to; Ladle' Advisory Dept. CliitUnoojr Medicine Co.. Chtttnooto, Tenn..
for Special lnttructtons, and M-pue book. "Home Treatment lor Women," tent free j 6i
"CUSSING," VERSUS "SKINNING. "
(By One of the "Skinned.)
A live sheep, even, couldn't stand still
While butchers sculped otf'its hide,
Severing the llosh from pelt with skill,
I' mutter not with what strut and pride
A Shepherd could wield the knife
As he slit the skin away from its life.
Likewise, it isn't nature te be quiet
When one is being gouged, gored and stung -
Meing held up by the greed of it pirate
It matters not to what tune the "game" is sung;
It isn't natural to look pleasant and laugh
When held up by the rough hand of gratl.
So, if Hayti in her struggles and stands
Has made faces, looked ugly and frowned,
lias "cussed" a little used a few damns
While being skinned of her public grounds
Men everywhere would rave and howl,
And e'en the "hind company" would roar and growl
They stink their rusty knife into Ha.vti's hide,
Swinging to her horns, holding to her tail,
Straddling hep bade, kicking her side
And yet if we complain or set up a wail,
They want to charge is extra for "citssin,"
And blame us because of our "fussing."
Ah, well, we can't help how high the price.
We can't sit still, look pleasant and gay;
We're not a "houn' dawg," nor a tist
We are bound to kick and have something to say
When they dig and tug at the heart of our town
It's enough to make tho devil frown.
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 f HAYTI
I have 50 head of good young mules now
in my barn for sale on fall time. Come
and see me. Yours for business.
J. M. McELYAIN
....A.JJl.,WB.WJW.rfWAA-WAA IVH.A J A A A A Jl. Jff
THE FAMOUS SALOON
Pete Meatte, Manager
We Have The Sole Agency For
S Year Old Magnet Whiskey
$1.00 per Quart
5 Year Old Belle of Lexington Whiskey
Bottled in Bond. $1.00 per Quart.
Wines, Gins, Whiskey and Beer
of the BEST quality at the LOWEST prices
5 South Side Square, Hayti, Mo. I
Sf'ww'v if ml w w ) (Mrvtw ww vvw vsl
TIM g D ORRIS 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 f"e:a brands
Old Lynch Ityo. Lvnoh Special. Lynch Special Rurhon.
Iliippy .luck. Anu'i'lutin Pride. IContiH'kv Tavorn.
Monarch of tl. West. Premium Rye. Dr. Run.
Winos, Pfandies, (iin,, t'etiuh and Ilonin, Roulc and Ryo, etc.
Out of town trade and mail orders a specialty. Try u? .
J. 3ST. LEWIS' SALOON
A NEW MAN IN A NEW PLACE, WITH OLD WHISKIES
.Mail Orders and Out of Town Trade
ALL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY RECEIVED
"Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Cigars
We handle all tho bust and standard brands, at custo
mary nrieeB, (Jail and see us when In town, or phone
or mull your orders.
Hpr,tli vSido Square, - - Hayti, Missouri