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VOL.1. 20083 HA YTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909.
NO. 11.
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JTEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
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fnero is no ono thing that (loos more
- jyal liard down boosting and pushing
' -w'"r a country or helps inoro to build Ft
y up man a goou, llvo set of ronl estate
'J1 agents. Wo havo been through the
West, to California, and other states,
and remained there not for a duy or
to pass through, but for months, mix
ing and mingling: with tho people in a
business way, and wo havo learned
that in being up-to-date and progress
ive, tho West is far a head of the East,
and especially the far West but oven
as far east as Oklahoma there is a
spirit of thrift and progress that is in
advance of tho East. J2astern people
generally do not know this; they do
not know that nice towns and whole
communities are built up and settled in
as many months as it takes years in
tho East. And it is largely brought
about by live, progressive, wide-a
wake real estate men, who take advant
age of tho opportunities offered them
and go to work with a vim to do some-
uung.
Such a firm was organized this week
tin Hay ti, when G. W. Dorris. P.M.
I Perkins and Bavless L. Guff v. organiz
ed under tho stylo of tho Hayti Real
Estate Company. They are home peo
ple, acquainted with tho country and
its needs, and if iriven tho richt kind
of support and encouragement thoy
wm uo goou lor our town anu country.
They will handlo all kinds of real
estate, farms and timbered lands, city
and town property, and attend to rent
ing and paying taxes and caring for
property intrusted to them. Wo extend
this new company a hearty welcome
and hope the people will co-operate
with them in their undertaking, feeling
assured that nothing but good results
can follow.
Highest market price paid for poul
try, butter, eggs, hides and furs. See
me before you sell. Samuel Adams. Gtf
J. N. Maxwell, tho great and only
Newt, was up from Covington Satur
day night, and as the train arrived too
late for lodge we had the pleasure of
associating with a good and true friend
for awhile. After getting off some of
his latest deer, wolf, wildcat and
panther adventures (Newt is a great
hunter and a crack shot) ho told us
about an experience he had with his
potato patch during the dry season
last year that shows what Pemiscot
county soil will produce. Ono day
during tho dry season when ho went to
haul a barrel of water by tho patch
tho ground was so rich and producing
such thrifty potatoes and tfioy wanted
water so bad, that the vines camo out
over tho fence after that water, entirely
blockaded tho wagon, turned thobarrol
off, and it took him three hours to
untangle tho team.
Now is a good time to subscribe for
tho Hayti Herald. Start the New
Year right.
Claudo. Edwards and Miss Sylvania
Fountain, two of Hayti's young peo
ple, wore married at Konnott Sunday
evening. Tho wedding was a surprise
to many, and was notgenerallj known
until tho next day. Mr. Parrott and
Miss Ethel Webb accompanied tho
young couplo to Kcnnett. Tho Herald
extends congratulations and wishes
them a long and happy life together.
E. L. Clayton's mill grinds or ox
changes meal for corn every Saturday.
Yi milo west Frisco depot, Hayti. 2-5
Collector .Tuden is busy collecting
taxes now, and it is hoped the tax
payers will be prompt. Tho collection
is somewhat delayed, but tho people
havo had tho benelit of this extra time.
Highest market price paid for poul
try, butter, eggs, hides and furs. See
me before you sell. Samuel Adams. Gtf
Culpepper and Jackson have just
put in a sewing machine needle, shuttle
and bobbin cabinet which is quite u
nice und attractive arti'sle, and novel
in its arrangements.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp'a
latest and best special brew. Caruth
ersville. Mr. McNail the new cashier of the
Bank of Hayti, has rented the aunt
Bottie McFarland house and will
move his family here soon.
Highest market price paid for corn,
shucked or unshucked. F. M. Per
kins, Hayti, Mo. Gtf
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gordon and
family went to Kcnnett Thursday to
visit Mrs. Gordons mother Mrs. N.
Newby.
Tho Frisco restaurant has fresh fish.
,Mr. and Mrs. Sohastian Popham,
after spondingtho holidays with friends
and relatives hero, left Saturday for
their homo at Searcy, Ark.
Don't forget Cupt. Allen when you
want a sowing machine. Ho sells
'cm on a credit.
Granville M. Gwin returned homo
Wednesday morning, but on account
of having contracted a soverocold, has
not been able to bo out.
0 Shell's restaurent for cold and
hot drinks and everything good to
eat. 8tf
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Mrs. H. L. Davidson, who visited
hor husband during tho holidays, left
Saturday for her home at Gcntrvvillc,
Ind.
Sponcor & Ingle do all kinds of drov
ing promptly and cheaply. Phono 65
Curloy Smith, Andrew Evans and
Clint Jones were over from Kcnnett
Sunday.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lamp's
spocial brew, Caruthersvllio.
This muddy weather makes us feci
tho need of much sidewalk improve
ment. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp'a
special brow. Caruthersville.
Two slight earthquake shocks were
felt here about 3 o'clock Tuesday
morning.
furs.
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Misses De Lisle, Miller and Elling
house returned from their vacation
Sunday.
Let your subscription to the Hayti
ucraiu siari wiui tno wow Year.
Highest cash price paid for
Hayti Livery Stable.
visited at
W. A. Muxoy and family
I'ortageville bunuay.
I. Kohn will pay higheBt prices for
all kinds of furs. 5tf
O. H. Dewoy attended to business at
Pascola Monday.
Got some fresh fish at the Frisco
restaurant.
Mrs. Dr. F. A. Mayes went to Kcn
nett Sunday.
Highest cash price paid for furs.
Hayti Livery Stable. 7.f
W. S. Kearney was over from War
dell Tuesday.
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LOOK HERE
We have now entered into the Now
Year and must devote our attention
und thoughts as to how we can make
the best of opportunities ap they ao
presented.
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Of Course tho majority will farm; it
will be BLUNT'S PLOWS that they
want. Some will do railroad work and
must have good shoes, so it wiil be
the W. L. DOUGLAS brand that they
want.
Sure we must all eat, so it is A ver
m's GROCERIES that we want, so I
will aBk you to observe closely and it
will be easy for you to ascertain the
light place to trade.
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f f E wish to impress upon tho public the fact
that we carry the largest line of Drug
Sundries in the county. Our side lines, a few of
which mention is hero made, makes it possible
for you to find almost anything that you could
possibly expect to find anywhere in a drug stoic.
SUNDRIES
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
TRUSSES
BRUSHES
CHINAWARE
E attribute our enormous increase in busi
ness mostly to our varied assortment
of sido lines, and shall continue to add now lines
so long as the general demand from tho buying
public appears to justify.
REMEMBER that wo havo a reputation to
sustain on high grade goods. Juat resolve, if you
are not our customer, to try us this year; it'll bo a
iesolution you won't break.
WALL PAPER
PAINTS
VARNISHES
WINDOW GLASS
LEFLER'S DRUG STORE
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