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.Wall Paper at Loner's.
I'lnntcrs best flour at AverlU's.
J. B. Manning' was up from Cooter
Dustin Pouham was out from Caru
O Shell's now lino of candles, fruits
and cigarc 8t'
Geo. Dorrls mado a trip to St. Louis
this middle of the week.
Avorlll ts giving beautiful presents
to cash traders.
J. T. Buckley has bought the Brad
Meatto store property.
Bom to Mr. und Mrs. Groves,
Monday night, a girl.
Arch S. Russell has returned from
his visit to Farmington.
Mrs. Grace Woods was out from
Miss Jessie Porroll has gone to Ar
cadia, Mo., to enter school.
Home-made sorghum at AverlU's,
Dr. R. B. Smith of Paducah, Ky.,
visited here this week.
The M. ' W. A. will lme their in
.stallation'of officers Friday night.
Mrs. Harvey Averill was out from
1 W. Tucker of Mifllin, Tenn.,
visted relatives here last week.
Miss Hulda Douglas of Senath
visited in Hayti Friday and Saturday.
R. L. Pophani has sold ins business
house on the north side to James
O Shell's restaurant for game of all
kinds, cooked In any style. 8tf
i:..r n Ktiin rn nnil wife return
ed Sunday from a visit to his purents
Newt Troutman has bought the
Beasley blacksmith shop and will run
same in tne future.
J. F. Dver has purchased the .Tno.
Fields butcher shop and will consoli
date It with his shop.
The Church of Christ will have ser
vices the 1st and 3rd Sunday in each
month by Klder W. A. Burke.
Just as we go to press we learn that
Bill Lacoy has bought the Pemiscot
Press. We will pay our respects next
On account of much advertising copy
coming in late this week we are late in
getting the paper out, and could not
use some valuable news.
Representative Harvey E. Averill
passed through Hayti Sunday, en
route to JelTerson City, to enter upon
the duties for which he was elected.
Get ub four cash yearly BubsorlberB
and we will send you the Herald one
year free, to pay you for your trouble.
Paints and Oils at Leflor's.
Dove Martin waB hero from Pascola
Fresh fish, at the Frisco restaurant.
Fred lludguna and wife moved to
Stanley this week.
MIbs Georgia JamB was a visitor
from CarnthorBvlllo Sunday.
J. II. Fields has sold out hisbuichcr
shop and retired from business.
Hob Ileitis of the l'aseolu Supply Co.
was in town on business Tuesday.
The city council failed to meet at tho
regular meeting time Monday night.
S. P. Williams and wife and daugh
ter visited in Cnruthersvlllo Sunday.
Airs, laarry ueiiucrauii ivmi .it.. '"; .
St. Louis this week, much improved in
E. H. Bess, brother-in-law to C. L.
Whitener is visiting the Alfalfa Farm
Vlrg. P. Adams left for St. Louis
Thursday, as a witness in tho Federal
court in a lanu sun.
C. L. Whitener of Fredericktown is
down on a business trio and visit to
the Alfalfa Farm this week.
Mrs. Colins Morgan and daughter of
Kcnnett visited her sons, Fred and
Charlie, during tile holidays.
Henry Dortch, W. . Gordon, C. W.
cvinb- n.wl H V. Willinnin me among
J the Intest substantial subscribers.
Save your money. Buy your lum
ber, shingles, building material, etc.,
fromO. W. Frick, at reasonable prices.
John Miles and Mr. and Mrs. 'frail
of Caruthersvillo spent a few days in
llivti last week and the llrst ol this
Gum and maple boxing $12.50 a
1.000. 10 ft. cypress fencing 814 u 1,000.
Everything else in proportion. C. W.
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A. JJ. loptiam ami wuu. i,uiuici ivii
Thursday night for a vitit to Mr. Pop
ham's old homo at Wolf Creek and
$5 Reward Bob tail fox terrier,
white, black head, black spot on side,
name Rex Hoge on collar. Reward
will bo paid on delivery of dog to A.
Hoge next house to B. L. Guffy, Hajti.
W. F. Beasley and family left for
Memphis, Tennessee, this week, where
thev expect to make their future home.
We" regret to lose th s family, but feel
that they, like all other good people,
will wend their way back to Hayti.
Window Glass at Lefler's.
This week Geo. Dorri" Benda tho
Herald to Albert Gastrins and Ed
Lewis at Harrisburg, 111.
Mas. John McFarlnnd and Miss Sal
He Whitoof Caruthorsville, visited
Miss Letltia McFarland Sunday.
Caruthorsville Press: Henry Snnds,
who has been farming near town, has
moved with his family to Flat River,
Wood Martin of Michlcgan, after
spending a few dayB hero visiting old
sights and scenes, left for Hot Springs
A now lino; what? Post Cards of all
kinds, In tho Poatoffico Lobby. lltf
Caruthersvillo Press: John L. Dor
ris Jr. of Harrisburg, 111., was hero
yesterday. Ho is visitlnghls relatives
Musical Instruments at Loner's
Frank Perkins sends tho Herald to
his father, F. M. Perkins, Sumner, III.,
and to his brother, Joo, at Lawrence-
Tin vmi Irnnur that vnll nun RflVb
trwmnv Ur hnulntr hiillillnir material.
shingles, fencing, etc., from 0. W.
I Kohn is in Monett, Arkansas, this
week, on a business deal. We are
informed that ho is buying a store
there which will be run as n branch
Married Saturday, Jan. 2, W. M.
McDaniel and Miss Ellen Powless of
Pascola, Mo., Esq. B. F. Allen officia
ting. Work was started this week on the
new Christian church. It will be 24x
40, frame, and located on lot opposite
. ! r II . i-tl a. Iilnillrntmlll Ct 1 1 fl . .
uiu jJiia-aiuj' uiuuivdiiiiiii om.
T. A. McNail of Cooter will be the
next cashier of the Hank of Hayti.
Mr. McNail is a nice gentleman and
wo extend a hearty welcome to all
Strayed or Stolen
From Preacher Cantrell's camp, near
Deering, Mo., one bay mare mule,
about fifteen years old, about fourteen
and one-half hands high, thin in or
der, ears inclined to be stiir, has high
hips, has been gone since about Dec.
Any one that will return this mule
to us or notify us of her whereabouts
will be liberally rewarded.
Tub Ai.fai.fa Farming Co.,
lltf . Hayti, Mo.
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See FRED ROWE, of Hayti, Mo.,
Salesman for J. E. Guifen's Patent Halter
Mado of Rope or Webbing only, without knot or buckle.
The Bett Halter on the Market
xrriutst) iu duik iuu b.ii.i?o.
Proof of the Pudding
Is in the eating thereof. It takes prices to
talk. Can you beat these?
As Good Flour as anybody has got, sack 70c
Same in barrels $5.50 t
Best Flour on earth, or anywhere else,
sack 80c, barrel 6.25
Dry Salt Meat 12c. Bacon 13c. Lard 12c
Matches 4c box. Lenox Soap 4c or 6 bars 24c
ff Tnnp Star Saw 2.95
6ft Peerless Saw
Double Bit Ax
Atkins Saw Tools
Oranges and Lemons, per dozen
Dodson & Braun Pickles, best on earth,
COAL Oil per gallon 15c
Bulk Coffe 15 and 20c. Peaberry
Green Coffee ISc
Best Corn 13c, two for 25c. Parlor City
Corn 10c, three for 25c
AT COST! AT COST!
54 Pairs Men's and Boys' Shoes at COST.
Haven't room to handle them, so I will quit
SPOT CASH GROCERY
on a shoo the only things you
need to have In mind when you
select your next pair will bo the
stylo, leather and price. The
price will be as low as is con
sistent with good leather and
workmanship and you can find
your favorite leather and too in
one of the many styles made by
nood to bother you tako the
shoes and wear them and if
they go wrong Selz will make It
$2 to $5
of the loyal support given ub by the large host of friends who
have enabled us to make the past year, 1 908, the most successful in
our history of business, we extend our sincere thanks and wish each
3V T?Y0SY0Ji& T&fcW) fc&Y.
We also take this opportunity to tell you that in the future as in
the past we will handle nothing but the best and give nothing but
good measure and good value and hope to merit your continued
We have just received a large
shipment of ROYAL BLUE
SHOES for men. Every one
knows these shoes are sold
under a guarantee.
$3 to $5
Buy your friend a pair for
Ner Year; he will appreciate it.