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Items From Home and Abroad, Gathered From Many Sources I
Twice-a-Week Democrat: Members urn run, he soon spent nil Ills money,
of tin1 West Tennessee Land Company, or the publisher's. iikiiu'J unci then, it
owners of Keel fool Lake, ovui" tlio; U Mild, the Capo paper claimed he
lighting rights in which the nightrider.s. ! wus not Its agent
murdered (.'uptuiti Quiulin Kuukin last
lull, appeared before the Keel foot Lake
Investigation eonnnittee ol the Tennes
see Legislature, Friday, sui d the,
would accept less thun Kir)ul)0 for the
property, pi'ovided the Klute would
Keuresentative Spence of Ktoddurd
county hits in trod need u hill in the
House like Senium Wilson's in thu
Senate, prohibiting any dealer in
pistols, revolvers, how ic knives, metal
make it a hunlingand llshing preserve. ktiucks, etc., fiom exhibiting siicli
.1. G. liurdiek. lessee of the lishing wares in show eases or .show windows.
privileges, stud his associates would
accept JiliyiiM tor their rights, and that
the entire rights and property could he
had lor i75,uiM. Mi. IJurdiek said the
Statu should take the property to rid
that community of outlaws, which, he
su.s, have intested the section since
the Ku-lvlux clan was organised in
We believe the bill is a good one and
that it ought to become a law.
Rev. J. II. Peay was stricken with
paralysis a few days ago, at Lonoke,
Ark. His homo Is at Little Rock.
Rev. Mh'iini N. Nunnery died at
Covington thu other day. Ho was one
of our old pioneer citizens.
The Drummers Association will
meet at Carutliersville next month.
The postolllce at Sikeston has been
raised to thu second class.
IJirds I'oint was destroyed by fire
Twiec-a-Woek Democrat: James W.
.McClaiiahan left yesterday morning
for Seh u r, Nov., in response to a
letter from James R. .Moore telling him
that their mine is all that is claimed
lor it. Reports from there ate most
llattering. and the indications are that
I'einiscol will have a few millionaires
Dunklin Democrat: A number of
lawyers, members of the general
assembly, say that the temperance
lorees are absolutely powerless to Kackward, turn backward! O time
loi-ce the submission of a prohibition in your llight, feed me on gruel just
amendment to the stale constitution lop tonight: I am tired of sole leather
through the initiative and reterendum ' ..teak, pet rilled biscuit and galvanized
it the legislature tails to submit the cake, oysters that sleep in a watery
question, owing to tin- I act that no en- i bmli. and butler as strong as (ioliath
aiding act making the law opeuuive of Oath. Wear, of paving tor what
has been passed by the legislaluie. , , ,.. ,..lt ,.,..,,, llp ,.,,,.,. ,im,
Representative Hawkins, one ot the I ,m1,,iu, j, .,. Backward, turn back
lawyer members ot the bouse, takes ..,, ,l(W NV(..U.N .lln. jllsl .,,. ,m.
mil. view. Tlie enabling act leatu.e is I wi()f ,,,..,,.,... jam: h.,
s.i.d the .eal with wli.cn the pmhi- J ,,,.,,, lnik mt ,,, ,.,. skimlll(. .
hilion.sts aie working to yet the , , , w w1,k,.,., .,.
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i-uesi.wn su.iiiiiue... , , , ,
old-hisliioned pit-: then I am re.id to
curl up and die."
The .Mississippi River Commission
lett St. Louis Tnui sday for its semi
uiinual tour ot inspection ol the river
and goern:iient work liom St Louis
to New Orleans. Slops will be made
at nil point- Ion enoiiii to allow
delegations ot eili.ens to present their
claims lor any particular locality to
the commission. The government ap
propriation lor rivers anil harbors
which this commission allots, amounts
tOf2.lMKi.oiK). The territory included
in tli is di sin but ii in extends iroini iiro.
111., the mouth ol the Ohio river, to
Hie Hull ot .Mexico.
C for a bottle ol I p Pop, Lump's
p i mI brow, Onruili rsville.
Drs. Crowe and Iludgens were here
from Caruthersvillo Monday.
Hooker Sanders was out from Ca
ruthersville awhile Sunday.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lump's
special brow. Uariithersvllle.
J. E. Duncan was out from Ca
ruthersvillo on legal business Monday .
Leller's Drug Store sold S2o worth
of wall paper in two days this week.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp's
InteBt and boat special brew. Caruth
ersvillo. C. S. York and wife of Caruthers
vllle came out Friday and returned
Henry Sutton and wife of Canady
Switch' visited Samuel Adams and
An exchange remarks that it lias no
enemies. A newspaper without
enemies is not of much loive in the
world. lOver successful man has
"knockers" camping mi their trail.
The newspaper that dare not express
an honest opinion for lear it will of
fend some parly boss or an "old sub
scriber." does not amount to much.
There is always room at the top. I
That'sthcjMvat tro ible. There's s,uch
a great rush to get there that a panic
The Missouri senate places ""iin ensues and many a p devil who
tolers" among the list oltelomes. and iould have gotten up safely alone h.is
ueclaies lor a two year prison term as J ''ecu pushed aside and trampled by
a penalty lor carrying concealed I "'''el's. r..
weapons. The lower house ot the
Ic-islaliiie is not expected to view the The cases against Cm. Haskell and
matter more leniently, so the state is six others charged with land Irauds.
unite, certain to soon have adequate were iHiashed at Tulsa. Okla.. the lllth.
piotection against the pistol-carry liiy ' t,c Judge deciding tliat the cases weie
habit, so prolilic ol crime in every instituted by ,Kseveli tortile purpose
degree. .Noleverv man w ho cai ries a ol pel sedition.
icvolver is a criminal, hula great
majority aie very loolish.
Hornet: There is a newspaper soli
citor by the name ol Taylor that has
wotUed several ot the local papers in
Southeast Missouri. Taylor is a line
subscription solicitor, but he lets old
"boo.c" get the best ot him. He was
sent out lecently by a Cape (iirardcau
paper to solicit subscribers and Tay
lor had line success, but when belaud
ed in Mlensville, where open saloons
The hours at the postollico are:
Week days, ":.'tO a. in. to 7 p.m. Sun
days 8 to liC.'tO a. in: l:.tO to 2:30 p. m;
4:30 to (i p. m.
The Civic League has subscribed $'2
toward fencing the public square.
Tin following articles were left at
Crider's hall on election day: One
dish, one table cloth, six plates.
These articles are now at Mrs. Frank
(iv in'h. and the owners may have
same by calling and identify ing them.
Mrs. Frank Gw in, Pres.
Mrs. Will Morris, Sec.
(At Northwest Corner ut Squarel
For your money's worth in Short Dr
ier Meals, Hot and Cold Lunches,
KruitH, Confectioneries and all kinds
f Cold Drinks.
I Si id -IB .05
Ice Cream .Sundaes 10
J (Junes .05
.-Ivervthing that uut-N to make up a
ilrsiuliiBsi restaurant and soda fountain,
.'all once 'iiid ou will come again.
FREE TRIP to.tJu
ARE YOU ONE
of the many thous
ands who want to
derland" ? ? ? ?
Has instituted a new
special work it is
to put within the
reach of every one an opportunity to
see the FAR WEST. Write for
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For full particulara addren
Sunset Travel Club
16 Flood Building, San Francisco, Gal.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
We have just opened our lee
Cream Parlor on the West Side of
the Square. The building lias been
put in neat order and every tiling
is fresh and clean. Our service ih
lirstelaHH in Ice Cream, Sodas and
Temperance. Drinks. Try uh.
SHELTON & POPHAM
THE -:- FAMOUS
O you want hosiery that fits perfectly?
Do you want hosiery that lasts a lonjjf
time without darning ? Do you want
economical hosiery ? Then you want
It is satisfactory in every respect. Every pair b team
lets, and every ctrand of yarn Is given the famous Iron
Clad " Extra Twist " one of the reason why Iron Clad
Hosiery lasts longer than any other.
We recommend Iron Clad Hosiery as the most taiMao
tory hosiery for women, boys and girls.
juvui III HHirW
All the Latest Styles in Ladies' Hoot Pattern,
Lace Stripe, Ox Blood and Plain Hose.
The Largest Stock and Best Assortment of
Men's Hose liver in Hayti.
Home and see our Line of Low Shoes and
Jh Lb DO R R I S
BUY A HOME IN PEMISCOT
Tlie llayti Ucal KHiate Company has
the following described land and pio
perty tor hide, all in Pemiscot eounty,
the hind of rot ton, cum and alfalfa
and line Hinges for stuck raising
I. -SI) arms, rut over, unimproved land.
1 1 on 1'rit-ro main line, '.,'i..")0 per aeie.
'i.-'-'(ll) arret", two niileh liom Hayti, all
eleaied. 00 aci-H in alfalfa. gond'hiiiise,
hams, wells, cistern and fruit, fl'M (10
pei sine. Kents lui 'M,'.'7f.0J thiH vi ar.
IS -ill aereh, two niileb fiom iiiilioad, all
cleared, live rouiii house, two looiu
houwe, all in eiiltivatiou, good fumes
and luai iin, M pci line, j nihil, bal
ance in one year.
I. lit iii'iw in cultivation nt flOpei acie.
.r. ill) aeies iii)iuiiioved river bottom
land, 1 milcb fiom I'oitiiireville, rl.l.Oll
(! .1(1 aric.s, -ID eleaied and balance cut
ovci, i) aneh in alfalla, '' gouil small
hoiibeh, batiih and out Imildinn, mile
liom 1'iihco lailrnad, pi ice 2,(K)ll!
7. lli(H) acieh on one brunch ol' Kii.-ro
ami I mile fiom uthei branch, HI acies
in cultivation with t-ood Iioiim and
Inn n, balance cut over. ThiH h aliuiit
the (inly lar.'e 1 1 act of land to be had
in thih couiitv novv and can be had a1
&)() per sine, which in a low puce I'm
one waulim.' a lai'.'e It act.
K, 'i'.'OacKs of viiuin timber, cHlimaleil
to have .')(XH),(H)0 feel, of which is cv
iiichs. On FiiHcu iiiilioad ami ihe
liutieht tiai't of viiiiin timber tin Hale
in the county, (bind alfalfa land.
1'iice fCtt) pei acie tor land and timbei,
and it iHcheapat that foi the chaiactei
ol properly that it Ih,
!. -I noiiil II roiim lintel in Ilayli, lont
int; for $40 per month in advance.
Wo have for Hale Hiivural muall tehi
deuceri in Hayti, suitable for hiual
faiuilii'H ur laborriH.
llayti in now liooming some, one
new fuick liiiHiiieHK bonne noiimup and
Heveial mote contemplated. I.ah(iiiis
am Hcaice in thiH town and ciuiiimiiiil
Hood jobs at unod vvacH.
We have heveial ilcHirahlerchidcincH
for Hale, Call and tcu them.
I HAYTI REAL ESTATE COMPANY
' HAYTI, MISSOURI
LUMBER AND SHINGLES
All Kinds Kuuh iiihI Dressed Ltiinber, Shingles, Building
Material, Cypress Fencing, etc.
- "Wholesale and Retail -
You Will Find Our Priceo ReaFonnble and to Suit the TlmeB
(JypreHH Fetieini; on hand at all times and atreaaonable prices.
Saw Mill, Shingle Mill and Planing Mill Combined.
We will greatly appriciate your patronage and endeavor to please you
C. VT. RICK,
i58k ''III iff
To produce a ood
and )ine Soda Water
it requires the use of
choice material as well as ;i bcientific pro
co.. I)o not abuse your stomach in the
use of inferior carbonated goods. Demand
good and pine Soda Water, the same as
you would pure food.
Wahl's is the Brand. S
When you call for it, see that it is served and that the crown stopper
licirs the trade mark. This will guarantee to you pure and good Soda
Water, Coca Cola, Jersey Cream, etc.
J. S. WAHL BOTTLING WORKS,
i But I
; Kind of
Job Printing ,
That is the
We werve fair warning to every one,
if you want Cheap John printing, bum
Htylo and bum quality, do not come
to uh, for we're not in that class.
Our work Ih right up to date, in the
lateHt style, neat and artistic. We
tiHe the best grade of stock, the best
inks and have the best presses, ami
doing all our own work every job
that got'H out bears its stamp of vvork
inaiiHhip and ability.
We can do any job, from the largest
to the HtnalleHt, and just as cheap as
good work can be done anywhere.
We can do all kinds of bank and drug
Cards, etc. i
Jul Jli JX Jol -Lj XJ