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ITEMS OF GENERAL
Gathered at Random from Random Sources
Willi Paper ut Leflcr'.s.
HIlHeTeol is quite ill of lajjrippc.
Window Oliiss at Leilcr's.
Granville Gwln went to Konnett Sun
Puints and Oils at Letter's.
IClmer Tatum is going to move back
fiom ICennctt to tiuyti.
lJlanters best flour at Averlll's.
Uiaok Gaskins has bought the Mrs.
Ola Wilson property.
Musical Instruments at Iyjller's
John Gold is preparing to move back
to Hayti from Kennett.
Tlie Frisco restaurant has fresli ilsh.
Walter Stephens was here from Ca
Fresh fish, at the Frisco restaurant.
Frank Ferguson of Carutliersviile
changed cars here .Monday.
Home-made sorghum at Averill's,
John Sturm, the lumberman, came in
Monday, on account of tho blizzard.
Got some fresh fish at the Frisco
Treasurer Hlyham has tilled his
ollicial bond in tho sum of 8100,000.
V. M. Perkins and Geo. Dorris at
tended to business in St. Louis last
Averill is giving beautiful presents
to cash traders.
Sheriff Chip Franklin passed through
fiom Carutliersviile to Paseola Mon
day. HickorynutB wanted 1 a bushel.
John Mears arrived from Chaffee
Sunday and is spending a few daj s in
Highest cash price paid for furs
Hayti Livory Stable. 7'.f
Albert Popham anil George Curtner
have returned from their trip to Ken
tucky. Highest cash price paid for furs.
Hayti Livery Stable. 7tf
Judge Sterling II. MoCarty of Ca
rutliersviile attended to business here
Let your subscription to the Hayti
Herald start with tho New Year.
Miss Fine Dorris returned from a
visit to relatives at Harrisburg, 111.,
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lomp's
special brew. Caruthorsvillo.
Sheriff Franklin has moved his
family to Carutliersviile, and will live
at the jail.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lomp's
special brew, Oaruthersville.
A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Teel last Tuesday and died
Spencer &Inglodoall kinds of dray
ing promptly and cheaply. Phone 00
Don't forget Capt. Allen when you
want a sewing machine. Ho sells
em on a credit.
A now lino; what? Post Cards of all
kinds, in the Postoffico Lobby. lltf
Mr. and Mrs. Young of Paragould,
Ark., are visiting thotr daughter, Mrs.
Moxie Manuel at Pascola.
Special prices on meats; call and let
us tell you. Artorborry & Turner. 12
From the way town property is
changing hands there is going to bo
something doing ero long.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lomp's
latest and best special brow. Oaruth
Tho election held in Kennett last
Thursday for oxtonding tho city limits
carried by a largo majority. 0
Tho proceedings of tho police court
wero crowded out tills week, but wo
will publish them next week.
Now is a good time to subscribe for
tho Hayti Herald. Start tho Now
Special prices any chunk moat lOo,
brisket and ribs Go. Artorborry &
T. A. McNail, tho now cashier for tho
bank of Hayti, is circulating about
town and bocomlug acquainted.
Highest market price paid for poul
try, butter. ocES. hides and furs. See
me before you sell. Samuel Adams. Otf
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If you don't boo it in tho Herald it
is because you did not tell us.
Tho Spot Cash Grocery makes
prices. Do you read them?
Virc. P. Adams, who is attending
Federal court at St. Loftls In a land i
suit, spent Sunday and Monday at
Peters loadod bIicIIb, tho best In
tho world, sold by F. M. Perkins. 12if
Maiden News: Attorney Von Mayes
of Hayti, was in town for a few days
this week visiting chums of his boy
Carutliersviile Press: Frank Dudley
of Uruggadocio returned last Sunday
from Tucumeari, New Mexico, after
having spent about a mouth on bis
Highest market price paid for corn,
shucked or unshucked. F. M. Per
kins, Hayti, Mo. 6tf
Carutliersviile Democrat: Miss Min
nie Speer of Uraggadocio will leave in
a few days for Colorado, where slm
goes to spend a few days on a land
cluim she bus homesteaded.
Coal Btovoa at bargain prices. .They
must go. Goal is cheaper than wood.
Buy now and save money. F. M. Per
Carutliersviile Press: S. J. .Teffress
of Hayti was bore yesterday. He will
shortly move here, having formed u
law partnership with prosecuting At
torney J. S. Gossom.
Do von know that vou nan navt?
money by buying building material,
shingles, fencing, etc., from O. V.
Read tho sidewalk ordinance in .to
day's paper. It is a misdemeanor not
to repair or put in sidewalks when or
dered so to do, and the lino is live to
Gum and maple boxing 312.50 a
1,000. 1(5 ft. cypress fencing $14 a 1,000.
Everything else in proportion. O. W.
Hcfore a jury in Squire Haynea'
court, Saturday, "Hatchett" Delong
was found guilty of wife abandonment
and was fined $590 and sentenced to
six months in the county jail at Ken
nett. Maiden Merit.
We would lileo to have a real livo
correspondent in every locality in the
county, and all stationery and stamps
will be free. Let us hear from you.
Argus: Tho merchants of our city
have agreed to close their stores at
(i:.'i0 p. in. beginning Monday Jan.
10th, l'.MKi, with tho exception of Satur
day nights. This arrangement to con
tinue till Oct. 1st 190'J.
No one should think hard of us for
occasionally leaving out a fow items,
or any particular item. Wo can only
do so much and get so much in the
paper, and when the limit is readied
we have to quit.
Pemiscot Press: Von Mayes, tho
Hayti lawyer.came over Sunday. He
will locate hero soon, as will Lawyer
Jeffress who will bo a partner of Judge
GosHom in his civil practice, we wel
come you among ns, gentlomon.
In Monday's local option election in
Charleston tho city went dry by 125
votes. There were something over COO
votes cast and from all accounts the
election was a warm one. Next Satur
day tho county, outside tho city will
hold the same kind of an election.
Carutliersviile Democrat: Con
gressman Crow will loave In a few
days for Washington City whore ho
will attend tho opening session of Con
gress. Ho lias already resigned as
postmaster and his successor will
likoly bo appointed In a fow days.
John Duncan will, In all probability,
bo the next postmaster.
Tho real reason why so many mar
riages are unsuccessful is that so few
husbands marry tho right wiveB and
vlco versa. Thoy marry from propin
quity, for money, for position, for
some evanescent emotion vhich thoy
mistako for "la grando passion," for
anything, in fact, but for love in its
rtal sense. Tho Gentlewoman.
Cleverness and Matrimony.
Cleverness never yet helped a
woman in getting a husband, and
never will; though If she's got enough
of it, it may keep her from over hnv
ing ono. Ellon Thornoycroft Fowler.
neighbor's testimony (a tho test
Not long ago one of tho lady
teachers (wo are not allowed to state
her namo) while having spoiling exer
clses In her room, wrote "Feet"' on
"Now, Johnnie,!.! said the teacher,
turning to one little tow-headed boy
near her, "what does that spell--i-e-c-t?"
"Dtmno," said tho urchin.
"Don't knowl well, what is It a cow
has four of and I have only two?"
Citizens Bank of Hayti
The share-holders of the Citizens'
Bank of Hayti held their annual
meeting at their hanking house on
January 12, 1909, in Hayti, Mo., elect
ing tho olllccrs for the iank for the en
suing year. . The officers elected were:
A. J. Dorris, president; J. S. Wahl,
vice-president; C. J. Provine, cashier
and secretary, and G. W. Dorris and
D. C Stubbs wero elected directors.
Tho bank is doing a nice business,
having a capital of $10,000 and a sur
plus of $2,001), with about $.15,000 de
posits. Tho bank is firmly established, lias
good, substantial citizens back of it.
its earning capacity is good. We
want your business and will show our
appreciation by fair and honorable
dealings. Come and see us.
Citizens Bank of Hayti,
C. J. Provine, Cashier.
A Practical Housewife.
She No need of your wasting time
because you're going to the barber's.
Here, take- this basket of potatoes
along. You can peel them while he
cuts your hair! Transatlantic Tales.
Cards of Introduction.
Beware about giving a card of in
troduction unless you know the one
who asks for it very well. It may
bring unpleasant results with it.
Strangers have asked passing frlend3
for cards with the intent of making
business use of them.
This Patience Not a Virtue.
"A lot o' folks' patience," said Uncle
Ebon, "resembles dat of da man who
stays In de house an' waits foh de
snow to melt, regardless of de people
dat's falllu' down on. his sidewalks."
An Indian, Legend.
The Indians say that elephants are
tho remains of the "Fathers of Oxen,"
who lived long ago when men wero
giants and tho Great Spirit destroyed
them all with his thunder bolts.
Spain Educating Policemen.
Giving her pollcomen helmets. Spain
is also sending them to school for 18
RULES THE WORLD. Come in our store
and see our purchasing power enables your
dollar to rule
Be sure and see our working man's
Special at $2.75. Can't be beat.
Ball Band hip boots $6.oo
Ball Band knee boots 4.50
Wales Goodyear long boots 6.00
Wales Goodyear knee boots 4.50
Proof of the Pudding
Is in the eating thereof. It
talk. Can you beat these?
As Good Flour as anybody has got, sack 70c
Same in barrels $5.50
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
6ft Lone Star Saw 2.95
6ft Peerless Saw 3.95
Double Bit Ax 1.20
Pole Ax 90c
Atkins Saw Tools 50c
Saw Hammers 40c
Oranges and Lemons, per dozen 25c
Navy Beans 6c
Dodson & Braun Pickles, best on earth,
per dozen 10c
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
Gold Medal Buckwheat Flour 9c, 3 for 25c
AT COST! AT OOST!
54 Pairs Men's and Boys' Shoes at COST.
Haven't room to handle them, so I will quit
SPOT CASH GROCERY
All Have Their Sorrows.
Young: None think the great
happy but the great.
For the Unbeliever.
Matthew Arnold: Hath man no sec
id life? Pitch this one high.
The last Call. Be sure and get
our prices. Everything cut
lower than ever.
- shoes -
takes prices to
Obedience a First Requisite.
Obedience is the mother of success,
and 1b wedded to safety. Aeschylus
Good Rule to Observe.
Be like "Bllliklns," wear a
md keep your own secrets.
: JhHENDjiSON J