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NOTCS Pemiscot Argus: Kdltor Will York, of the Iln.vtl Herald, was avisitorheie Snndaj . Mr. York is milking u bright, nevvsj and entci'taing pa per of tlu- IIir uhl and well deserves tht? liberal pat ronage the Hajti people aregtv ingliim. Pemiscot Argus: ".). W. Gnithcr,the holder of the gold medal for the llnest Alfalfa in the world and who lives in thu Uarleton settlement just above town was here Sutmda, in company with his wile, doing; some shopping and shaking hands with their many friends here." Mr. Gaither's postotllee is Havti, and his farm is about one mile fiom town. l'Yaneots County Circuit Court when Judge Killian had derided to quash an idietmenl against John Wllkson elm rging a violation of the local option law. The decision will settle the question whether the count, is wet or dr,v. The ease is set for the lirst day of March, and the decision will thus he hefoie the next tei in of the county court, when action will he taken on the petitions now on file. The census of 1!)1() will he the llrst under theH'wl v created census hurciui. A drainage hill in which thefarmers ! of Miitlercounty ami other sections of Southeast Missouri are vitally in terested was intioduced Thursday in tlie house of rcpiesentatives at Jeffer son City by Representative Hawkins of Dunklin count. The measure pro poses to create a commission and to appropriate $100,000 for constructive work to protect certain counties fiom overflow. It points out that the St. Francis and Mack rivers ovcrllovv and lender untillahle many thousands is no way to recover damages from the contractors. Kd 1 That genial and all round good fol low, J. A. (Hurry ) Nations, who is now operating a dredge boat near (liven wood, Mississippi, was in Hayti Fri day anil Saturday. He fry has con siderable prope'rty near Ha.vti. and when he has made his fortune in the dredging business we hope he will locate with us. :iiis of fertile aLO'ieultura! lands in The taking of the census will icquire u,,. t.untie, tf Hutlcr, Hiple.v. Stod the services of "0,000 people, including UlinklinHni, iVmiMsottliulotliei ;t.i0 supervisors, 3,3tW clerks and 05,000 , wmj xwuk, ,(. .n.lilllbk. UIU, valuable enumerators. J tie estimate cost is $14, 000, 000. As most people emplo.ved aio not regularly on the government pay rolls, there will be an opportunity for man persons to senile lemimcra tive eni)loment. , for agricultural purposes. A Criticism CHURCHES AND LODGeS See FRED HOWE, of Hayti, Mo., Salesman for J. H. GuiKKN'a.Patent Halter Made of Hope or Webbing only, without knot or buckle. The BeBt Halter on the Market I'riccH to suit the timon. 1 don't like to criticise the building committee of the city hall, but wo Hud much tumble on account of the leak inir of the root, due to the b.id vvoik- Kx tract from letter of Hon. C. 1', Hawkins in the Dunklincount.v papei s: manship of the builder 'Our republicans have caught a coon, not a bear, and want help to turn him loose. Four negro clerks were put on the lJC3 foice in the bill room and anothercoon lost his job for insulting a lady ste nographer in the senate. A resolution was introduced asking that the negioes be discharged, but it was refer i ed to a committee b strictl.v a part vote. The coons are using the towels and wash bowls intended for the members and senators, and theie is trouble in the Capitol Cit.v. The place now smells like a peckei wood's nest." The County Court decided to post pone action on the eleven saloon pe titions on file until the tegular March term, b.v which time it is thought the ut l ,...:. ., . i. .. :n i T I . I.l.lll l .. Ill .llllll-llli. till! II V . . leniletcil :i decision in tln Wilksnn "ot be case. Thiscase was appealed fiom St. I the bonds In older to cute this trouble 1 lind it necessar.v to re-shape the roof around the dome. Tin- loof is low at the dome and water stands about two inches deep, making the diain thiough the dome do gie.it damage to thu plastering. I have ai ranged witli the carpenter to make this repair, and hope the same will meet with the peoples' approval. H. A. DoltTCH, Custodian. Note: The plastering is now fall ing oil badly, and it is noticed that settling of the building is also crack ing the plaster and leaving it ready to fall from an.v little jar. Quite a little tell in the Trautmann drug store Tucs da.v fiom the practice ot the school children oveihead. At the present ! rate of dissolution the cit.v ball will i decent batioost bv the lime Ha.vti Lodge, Directory M. W. A. Hayti camp No. 9507, tneetB every Friday night at Masonic hall. H. L. Davidson, V. C. J. T. Bucki.kv, (Jlork. I. O. O. F. New Fra lodge No. 352 meets every Saturday night at Odd Fellow ball. (3 .P. Wnu.s, Jit , N. (J. P. S. Ravknsi'KIN, See O. E.S. Hayti chapter No. 217, meets 2nd and -till Tuesdays, at Masonic hall. Ada Juii:n, Win. Vino. I'. Adams, Sec. K. and L. of H. Hayti lodge No. 2717, meets 1st and .'trd Tuesdays, at Masonic hall. Wm. RKAhONKK, Protector. Anna Dunklin. Sec. paid. It is a pitv theie JOB PRINTING i We do But One Kind of Job Printing And That is the Best We serve fair warning to everyone, if you wapt Cheap John printing, bum style and bum quality, do not come to ub, for we're not in that claBB. Our work is right up to date, in the latest style, neat and artistic. We use the best grade of stock, the best inks and have the best presses, ana doing all our own work every job that goes out bears its stamp of work manship and ability. We can do any job, from the largest to the smallest, and just as cheap as good work can bo done anywhere. We can do all kinds of bank and drug store printing. Sepcialtles Letter Heads Envelopes Statements Posters Blanks Cards, etc. JLJLiXa. JL JL JL HEE.ALD JyjyiBEFR ANDtHINQL-ES All Kinds Hough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Iliiilrting Material, 0j press Fencing, etc. & Wholesale and Retail - You Will Find Our Prices Reasonable and to Suit tho TimeB Cypress Fencing on hand at all times and at reasonable prices. Saw Mill, Shingle Mill and Planing Mill Combined. Wo will greatly appriciate your patronage and endeavor to please you 0. W. FRXCK, Hayti, M0. A. F. and A. M. Havti lodge No. 571 meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays at Masonic hall. J. W. Johnson, Wm. Vines. P. Adams, Sec. W. o. w. Paean camp No. 27H meets every 2nd and 4th Monday nights at Odd Follow hall. Morgan Worth, C. C. C. J. Mayks, Clerk. VI U, (j. w. Doititis, Mgr. F M. Perkins, Salesman. B. h. oufkv, Atty. I HAYTI REAL ESTATE CO. Dhai.krs in Improved and Unimproved Land, Farms $ r and Timbered Lands and City f and Town Property jj We Kent and Collect Rents, Pay Taxes j F and Look After Improvements w i W HAYTI, - - MISSOUKI i i tk A iW. JS. JW Jt, rfV JtU W ft M- tfU rfU .ft. Jr -ft. JV tW. A &, J& JV -JV A rt, JU.i M. P. L. Hayti council No. (i9H meets 2nd and tth Thursday at Odil Follow hall. A. T. Mutson, PrHH. H. M. Ransiiurcii, Sec. Church Directory Services at Methodist church, south: Preaching 1st, 3d aim 4th Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sunday school every Sundav at 9:15 a. m". W. W. Tarkinoton, "upt. Epworth League each Sunday 7 p. m. Prayer meetirrg each Wed. at 7 p. m. To all these services the public is core ially invited. T. G. Falun. Pastor. I DO IT NOW Pascola Circuit. Braggadocio 1st and 3rd Sundays at 11 a, m. and at night. Pascola, 2nd Sunday at 11 a. m. and at night. Concord, 4th Sunday 11a.m. and at night. Q. M. Brooks, p. c. Congregational Methodist, Pascola. Services 1st and 4th Sundav fl and nights and 1th Sunday afternoons. J. L. Wolvkrton. pastor. For The HJLYTI HERALD sh Hs m mK' The Church of Christ will have ser vices the 1st and 3rd Sunday in each month by Kldei W. A. Burke. Headache lima xVsVCPIVitrll&TVlK Take ONE of the Little Tablets and the Pain is Gone NEURALGIA BACKACHE 'I hire uwd Dr MlltV Anll-Piln Plllt for )ttn ind find ihn they ire ihc one thing ihit will cerulnly gte tuf fcrer the dctlred relief." MrO P Briiutt, Tompth, NevJ and Tilt r-Aiia or RHEUMATISM and SCIATICA 25 Doses 25 Cents Your Drusgitl ulli Dr Ml' Anil-Pun Pill ind he it wthoflifd 10 return the price of the fftn ptckift ionlv if H ftilt to benefit )ou. Wk m Hi JFl m IN ADVANCE You need the Hayti Herald and it needs your dollar, so let's compromise. Don't delay about this matter. We are in dead earnest and you ought to be. tpWAHLGlf Ur ''WW M) PURE DRINKS To produce a. g9od ntul pure Soda Water it requires the, use of choice material as well as a scientific pro cess. Do not abuse your stomach in the use of inferior carbonated goods. Demand good and pure Soda Water, the same as you would pure food. 3 WahFs is the Brand. When you call for it, sec that it is served and that the crown stopper bears the trade mark. This will guarantee to you pure and good Soda Water, Coca Cola, Jersey Cream, etc. J. S. WAHL BOTTLING WORKS, CARUTHERSVILLE, MO.