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THE it A Y T I HEKALD
60 acred near Terry, 40 in cultiva
tion. 6)fs in alfalfa, 3 miles from Hay
ti, j-i miles from Concord brick school
houst), prieo $2000.
70 acreB near Dry Bayou, all in cul
tivation, 83500.
30 norea'uoar Concord, all in culti
vation, 81620.
00 acres near Crow, all in cultiva
tion, $3000, part cash.
Lot and four room dwelling, with
Stockholders' Meeting.
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the Citizens Bank of Hayti,
Huyti, Missouri., for tho election of
otllcors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction of such other business
as may properly como t3eforo the meet
ing, will bo held at the bank, in tho
City of Hayti. Mo., on Tuesday, Jan
uary 4, litlt), !)a. m. All tho stock
holders are requested to bo present.
A. J. TJorris, President.
C J. Provino, Cashier.
Dec. 10, 1!K)9.
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1 " SHOE SHOP
2 All kinds of boot, bIioo and taar-
noBn repairing done in good
1 style and. guaranteed.
2 LADIES' AND, CENTS' CL0TI1IIIC CLEANED
1 and pressed in up-to-date etyle.
I Try me.
Published Every Thursday, By William York, Editor and Pun.
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terms op subscription: 81.00 a year, cash in advance
ENTERED AT THE POSTOPFICE, HAYTI. MISSOURI. AS SECOND CLASS MATTER
Office in City Hall, Houthwest Room, Hayti, Pemiscot. County, Missouri
SciUt JWt ?M Sotrt, lUjtl, Miwuri
j
j barn and fencos, opposito public
I school building, 8500, part time.
For further particulars, see
CHRISTMAS.
Adams Loan& Realty Co., Hayti.
PROFeSSIONftL
CftRDS
Dr. R. C. CRESSWELL
Dentist.
Ofllco in Kohn Iliiilding
At Huyti from 1st to 24th and at
Steele '.24th to 30th of each month.
Crown und Bridge Work a Specialty.
Hayti, - - Missouri.
T. J. TRAUTMANN
Physician and Surgeon
Office phone 50. Residence 60.
Hayti, ... Missouri.
J. W. JOHNSON
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 24. - - Office 46.
Hayti, - Mo.
J. G. CRIDER
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice in Trautmann's Drug Store
Phone No. 50
Hayti, - - Missouri
F. A. MAYES
Physician and Surgeon
Hayti, -
MI8SOURI
BAYLESS L. GUFFY
LAWYER
Hayti, - Missouri.
VON MAYES
L-AWVER
Hayti, - - Mo.
J. S. GOSSOM
Prosecuting Attorney Pemiscot Co
All Kinds of Oivil Business Promptly
Attended to
Office in Court House
Oaruthersville, - Missouri
J. E. DUNCAN
Attokney-at-Law
Will practice in all the courts
Office, Over City Drug Store.
Oaruthersville, : : Ma.
STERLING 11. MeOAKTY
Attorney-at-Luvr
Will practice in County, State and
United States OourtR.
Oflice in Court House.
Caruthersville, :- Missouri
VIRG. P. ADAMS
Notary Public
Ileal Estate und Insurance
Otlico South Side Square
Hayti, - - - Missouri
tfo ftk
NCI3 more Christmas is hero and the New Year, and
the Hayti Herald invokes the most bountiful
blessings for every one. But Christmas for
many of us may not be what it should 0.), nor
what we would like for it to be, only we must
make the best of our lot in life, and if life holds
but little for us to enjoy or to be thankful for,
then let us be thankful for the blessings enjoyed by others, know
ing that at the end of a few fleeting years our associates of to
day shall mix and commingle with us on an equality in the here
after even the little ragged urchin and the wan-faced widow.
In passing the holidays of the present year'th'o Hayti Her
ald has both joys and regrets. We have labored, night and day
since the first issue of this paper for the best interests of this
town and its people, and while a few have appreciated our ef
forts, many have not, and care not.
We said we had both joys and regrets: We appreciate all
our old friends and the hundreds of new friends we have made,
and we appreciate and are highly elated and overjoyed at the
class that has shown enmity, because now we know them. Our
regrets are in the fai;t that our substantial support in the town
where we live lias been so limited as to handicap us in many
ways, and that to get out a decent and respectable paper we
have had to work long hours and even deny our family many
necessaries and pleasures that they should have. We thank
those who have stood by tis, and in their behalf we hope the day
will come In Hayti when we shall be rid of drones and the little
home paper can live and prosper as it should and render better
service. Of course our toes may point to the daisies when this
time comes, but many of the other boys will be sleeping out
there, and our files will be a vast library of obituaries, while
the Herald will live on, in its modest way, to benefit and to
bless those who are yet to come.
So in passing this great Christian Holiday for the forty
second time in life, and entering the New Year, that shows us
our forty-third milestone, we do so feeling that we owe humanity
no more thun we have given, having a consciousness of duty
well done.
To our friends: We starjd ever ready to serve you.
To our enemies: We have no appologies to make and not
one word that we would cull back.
To take a much needed rest we will follow the time-honored
custom to suspend publication on Christmas Week. There
will be no issue on December 'M. The next issue will be Jan
uary (5, 1010. But no subscriber will loe. The missing num
ber will be undo up.
We wisli all a merry Christinas and a happy and prosper
ous New Year.
The editor and wife appreciate, and
beg to acknowledge the many invita
tions to dine, to suppers, etc., which
we are compelled to decline with re
grets, and we are sorry to state the
cause; but the llnancial end of tho
newspaper business in Hayti is such
that we cannot hire ollice help; we must
stay in tho oflice long hours, wear old
clothes and live on sow belly and
white beans, and an hour at home
witli the little ones and a chunk of hog
meat and corn bread is more pleasure
to us than a craw full of the finest
banquet delicacies.
house. If he published all the news
that was sent to him lie would be in
jail half the time and in the hospital
the oilier half.
JOHN T. BUCKLEY
Notary Public
Office in J. L. Dorris' Store.
Hayti, - Missouri.
BARBER SHOP
MOREAU GASK1NS
Tonsorial Artist
TVo Chairs. Firstclaes Service and
everything neat and clean. I respect
fully solicit your patronage.
HAYTI, - . MISSOURI
When a man playfully points' a gun
or pistol at you, knock him down.
Do not stop to inquire whether it is
loaded or not, knock him down. Do
not bo particular what you knock him
down with, only seo that lie is thor
oughly down. If a coroners inquest
be held, let it be on the other fellow.
He will not be missed.
The Farmington Times says that "L.
A. DeArmond of San Bernardino,
Calif., a merchant, and cousin und
playmate of the late Congressman De
Armond, met with an equally tragic
death on the 10th, that he was electro
cuted while turning on a light in his
store room, which had been flooded by
a storm." This probably means D.
W. DeArmond, at Colton, three miles
from San Bernardino, but the home
papers from there mention no such in
cident, and as neither town can be
flooded, tho report must be a f.il.e.
P. S. RAVENSTE1N
FIKK AND LIFE
INSURANCE
-ItKAL ESTATE AGENT
CONTRACTING AND
BUILDING
Oflice at Home. Phone No, 28
HHyti, . Missouri
Wo are in receipt of voluinn 1, num
ber 1, of the Marion Co., (Ark.,)
Democrat, published at Yellville by
S. M. Buatt. Yellville is one of the
best little towns in the Ozark country
of Arkansas, and Brother Buatt shows
by his first Issue that he will do his
town justice, and it is now up to the
town to do justice by him.
Campbell Citizen: Work on the
oil well utClarkton was stooped last
week because of the forty feet rise of
quicksand in the pipe and the contrac
tors did not have the necessary ma
chinery to handle it successfully. The
machinery is being shipped from Pitts
burg, Pa., and immediately after it
arrives will be put in and the boring
continued. The quicksand was reach
ed at a deptli of 170 feet quickly boil
ed up 40 feet, stopping the work.
exct-fftNGe
NOTGS
A census is being taken of Dexter
and the Messenger says tiiat it will
show that town to have a population
of over 2,500.
If the tattlers and tale-bearers only
knew one half of what the ordinary
rural editor knows about what is go
ing on around town, their tongues
would never cease to wiggle.
If a country editor wore to snap at
all the inducements hold out he would
soon become a millionaire. If he ran
u puper according to the popular
notion he would be in the poor
The receipts into the game fund of
the state under the now game law are
passing all predictions. At the pre
sent time there is a surplus in the fund
of $112,2110.24, with many counties to bo
heard from. The receipts for Novem
ber already received foot up $33,0.10.51
and the expenses of the department
for tho month only umounted to $4,
05:5.51. The new law does not make any pro
vision for distributing this surplus,
which by the time the next legislature
meets will doubtless reach $175,000.
Now Madrid Record: History ro
tates that a young Frenchman, of New
Madrid county went hunting with the
Indians more than a 100 years ago,
und visited the Indian camp on what
is now known as Apple Creek in Capo
Girardeau county. Ho there meet und
fell in love with u sister of Tecumseh,
the greatest Indian Chief ever known
in America. The maiden reciprocated
tho passion of Mussonvllle; they were
married according to tho Indian rltt's
and run olT to this country. Tecum
sell followed and took his sister back
to tiie tribe, but she escaped and re
turned and rejoined h'er young bus'
band. They raised u very reepectablu
family, und some of their decendunts
still reside here. W. P. Meatte of
Portageville, is one of their defendants.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits and Produce
We also handle Fresh Bread, Celery and Choice Breakfast Foods
Graniteware, Tinware, Glassware, etc.
Wo make tho best prices possible and will appreciate your trade.
HEAR SANDERS BROS OLD STAND. - HAYTI. MISSOURI
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A. i. DORRIS, Pros. J. S. WAHL, Vice-Pren.
C. J. PROVINE, Cashier and Secretary.
CITIZENS BANK
OF HAYTI.
Capital $10,000
LnanR to Farmers, Merchants and Lumbermen. Rates
Reasonable. Good Notes Bought. Deposits Solicited. Fair
and Courteous Treatment.
DIRECTORS:
A. .1. Dorris. D. C. Stubbs. C. J. Provine.
J. S. Wahl. G. W. Dorris.
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All Kinds Kongh mid Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Building
Material, Cypress Fencing, etc.
? Wholesale and Retail &
We liav just put in a stock of Windows, Doors, Window and Door
Stops, Moulding, Siding, Flooring, Ceiling and all kinds of Finishing
Material, and can supply your wants for all building purposes. We al
so have bridgn timbers and fence posts, roofing, etc. Reasonable prices
and good measurement is our motto. Y ur trade solicited.
CUT. RICK,
Hayti, MO.
- SCHOOL SUPPLIES -Drugs,
Glass and Paints
When in the Market for these Goods
Call at - -
East Side Public Square, Hayti, Mo.
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To produce a poorl
nnd pure Soda Water
it requires the use of
choice materia) "8 well as a scientific pro
cess. Do nut abuse your stomach in the
use of inferior carbonated goods. Demand
good and pure Spdji Water, the same as
you would puPpfood.
WahFs is the Brand.
When you call for it, sec that it is served nnd that the crown stopper
bears the trade mark. This will guarantee to you pure and good Soda
Water, Coca Coin, Jersey Cream, etc.
J. S. WAHL BOTTLING WORKS,
CARUTHERSVILLI3, MO.
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