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THE HAYTI HERALD.
. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THUBSDAY, APRIL 29, 1909.
STOCK LAW ELECTION.
"Gun toting" will be a dangerous
pastime, either for the law-abiding
citizen or the criminal in the future.
The house has passed Senator Wil
son's bill making the carrying of a
concealed deadly weapon a felony,
punishable by imprisonment in the
Penitentiary. The measure now needB
ynly the signature of the Governor to
become a law. ThoHouso also passed
Senator Wilson's companion bill to
tlie guntotlng measure. It prohibits
the display of weapons in show win
dows, but was amended so as not to
include in this restriction the display
of rovolvors or guns in show cases in
side of stores. The amendment was
udopted at the suggestion of the whole
sale hardware dealers of St. Louis,
Kansas City and St. Joseph. As
passed by the House and Senate the
two bills are expected to reduce homi
cides to the minimum. Both measures
were generally supported and are ad
mitted to be two of the best acts ap
proved by Ihe Legislature this session.
Senator Wilson has been laboring
for more than ten years to place such
laws on the statute books. Mr. Haw
kins, of Dunklin County, and Mr. Hull,
of Platte County, both spoke in favor
of the Wilson bills in theHousetoday.
Mr. Hawkins said that his experience
as a Prosecuting Attorney caused him
to appreciate the evil of carrying con
cealed weapons. The smallest penalty
under the Wilson bill is a line of $100.
The maximum is two years in the Peni
tentiary. Only sworn oilers of the
law are exempted by the provisions of
Boyers Famous Show.
The J. II. Boyers' Famous Show,
plaj ing 10 Nights in a Bar Boom and
high class Vaudeville Co.. consisting
ol 30 people, band and orchestra and
steam caliope, traveling in the largest
pass-enger car ever built, will exhibit
at Uu.vli on Saturday, Maj 1st. Free
high dive on the show ground at 1 P. M.
Plenty singing, thinking, musical act,
jjun spining, troupi- of trained do;j,
juggling and hoopii-olling. Dont miss
it. Haiti. Saturday. Ma. 1st.
Last week the grading on the public
square was started, and the high
ground on the cast side was UBed to
build up about the city hall.
The first steps of the east and south
ontcrances was covered up, and the
walk raised to the second Btep. Be
sides the dirt usod from the oast side,
considerable is being hauled and
placed on the west side, and also on
the south and nortli sides.
In a few days this work will be finish
ed, and the balance of the trees will be
set. The southeast corner is already
In the meantimo, the fencing has been
ordered, and as soon as it arrives will
be placed. Those who have this work
in hand deserve much praise for the
promptness with which they have acted,
which goes to show what can be done
when the people get together and go to
work in earnest.
Notice is hereby given that a special
election will bo held in the City of
Hayti, Pemiscot county, Missouri, on
Monday, the 3rd day of May, 1909,
for the purpose ht ascertaining the
sense of the voters relative to the pro
priety of enacting an ordinance by
the board of aldermen of said city,
prohibiting cattle, hogs, horses,
mules, asses, sheep and goats from
running at largo within the corporate
limits of said city, that the polling
place of said election shall be at the
city hall, in the northeast room on
the first floor, in the said city of Hay
ti fand thatfthe judges of said election
are: W. H. Morris, P. M. Gwin, P.
S. Ravenstein and A. Fields.
Done by order of the board of alder
men, this the 22nd"day of April, 1909.
F. A. Mayes, Mayor.
Attest: A. H. Dunn, Clerk.
Mrs. Sallie McFurland accompanied
Miss Cora De Lisle to her home in
Portageville Saturday, and returned
Sunday afternoon. While at Portage
ville Mrs. McFnrlandhadthe pleasure
of meeting a lady relative whom she )iy.ti
not met since they were children.
They are now aged 114 and 03 years,
and botli have resided in this country
all their lives.
Thp Ladies Aid is preparing to give
a Bazaar and May Festival. See them
befoie doing your spring sewing, as
they are making up a nice assortment
of aprons, kimonas, etc. It will pro
1 bably be May 12. --
Mrs. Mollie White, C. C. Rodgers,
.1. L. Woolverton, C. W. Sullivant,
T. J. Hornback, W. B. Reasoner, C.
J. Mayes and H. Hoffman are among
our new subscribers this week. Will
somebody else please cuss the Herald a
little. It stirs our friends up and
causes them to come in and subscribe.
Collin Morgan and family of Ken
nett have located in Hayti. Mr. Mor-
j gan is the father of Fred and Charlie,
' and we welcome him as a good citizen.
Mr. Morgan was twice sheriff of Dunk
, lin eounn and four times marshal of
Ladies trimmed hats at L. C. A ver
There are several families of deserv
ing poor in our town one named .
Smith, who ie sick and out of funds,
and has a wife and three little children.
Aiiy assistance will be gladly received
by tiie Civic League.
J. A. (Berry) Nation changes his
address from Greenwood to Schlator,
Miss., and wants to know if our "oil
wells have gone dry." No, Berry;
but wo are still windjamming for oil.
Rev. B. b Minis' of Holland, Mo.,
was here this week, .on a visit to Rev.
J. L. Woolverton, and reports that he
has been doing some good work at
Twice-a-Wcek Democrat: Mrs. .T.
W. McFarland visited relatives in Uaj -ti
Sunday, in the meantime .John spent
the day in Portageville.
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H fcin Goods ever shown in Hay- H
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' Ti1 I" DOUGLAS SHOES
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W I TrJ The Shoe to" Wear.
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Wf K r OVERALLS I
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I 5KJ1 I ft ou Wear Overalls
H HTnl ft Trv Brotherhood. H
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Jil4l I GROCERIES I
BpJ ' V ee our bargain table H
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I &z& 4 ( e aways have something H
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H lPPlllLgg-J and a little cheaper than H
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have a mathe gg
They are grace
ful in model ami have a far carrying musical tone.
Price from $3.00 to 88.00 each.
Edison Phonographs and Records
VIOLINS AND MANDOLINS
These have been selected on account of their fine tone
and musical qualities. Eacli Violin has a heavy i-ord-board
case. How included. 1'riceB from $2.50 to S12.00.
Mandolins from $3 to $6.
Prices from $3.00 to $4.00 each.
From 75c to $3.00 each.
From 5c to $1.50 each.
The best goods and the prottieBt, non-fading
colors to be found anywhere for the money. Com
pare them with others at the same price. $175,
$3 00, 43 50, 44 00, $5 00, 5 50 ami $0 00 each.
1 00, 1 25, 1 50, 2 00, t'2 00 per set.
Keep your mind on Leller quality.
It is good, and we will keep it mk
Uncle Sam $1,
Break o'day alarm
Republic alarm $1.
Luminous alar m
-lii(;ersoll "Yankee" 81.
Ingersoll "Junior" $2
We want your business, and we can
mitts, toe plates,
heel plates urn
score hooks, ankle supporters, boy's
caps, belts, baseballs, pick nick balls,
rubber balls, etc.
Kirby hooks 5-0 per box of 100 .
Kirby hooks 7-0 per box of 100.. :
Kirby hooks 0-0 per box of 100 . i
Kirbv books 10-0 per box of 100
Kirby hooks 7-8-9-10 per 100 ...
Limerick hooks 0-0 box of 100.. !
Limerick books 8-0 box of 100..
Central draught No. 14 per 141..!
Central draught No. 15 per 144 . 1
Cin. bass, bright, 111-20.21 per 100
TJtOLLG AND MINNOWS
Hendrix nropellers each 50c
Gasconade Bpoon trolls each. .. 10c
ttuoll spinners No. 3 each 00c
llucll spinners Nos. 4 and 5 each COc
ililderbrandt tandem spinners
Ililderbrandt plain spinners each 25c
Ililderbrandt feathered spinners
Dowaignc minnow 9 hooks each 75c
Uowaicac minnow 15 'nooks each 1 00
Dowaigae minnow 15 hooks ar
tistic each 75c
Ketch-em 15 hooks each 50c.
Premier weed less troll each 25c
Premier lluled spoon each 20c
Ordinary tinted spoon each . ... 10c
Invincible 1st quality each 1 25
Walton, one of the best made... 2 50
Cork floats each 5 A 10c
Tackle box.!B, size 5'xlUj each .. 1 00
Fish scalers each 25c
Trot Line, Keine Twine ami Stage-
ing, per lb 30c
Furnished lines each 6 & 10c
Fish stringers euch . .6 & 26c
Lines, good quality cotton 15 ft.
2 for Ce
Better quality cotton, 25 ft. each 5c
Braided linen, 50 ft. spools for 15c
Silk casting, on spools per yd. 3, 4 & 5o
Japan silk, 10 yd. huiiKS, each.. 2.5c
Hlnltei'H, lead small and medium lc
Sinkers large each ... 2c
POLES AND RODS
Sampson's jointed steel 4Jtt.
each 3 25
Hum boo jointed 4)ft. each .. 2 50
(Jam jointed 8ft. each 25c
Mississippi cane 18ft. each ... 10c
Minnow dip nets each 25&50o
Fish bngs each 35o
Bucket dip nets each 25c
Minnow buckets lqt. 16c, 2qt. 25c
Frog spears 3 prong each 25o
Fish spears 4 in. 5 prong each.. 35c
Fish spears 6 in. 6 prong oaoh. . UOc
Fish apears 7 In. 6 prong each $1 00
Fisherman's hats each 25c
Minnow solus 4x15 Machine
made each $2 60
Minnow seins 4x15 white tied
each 3 60
(Complete with floats and sinkers.)
Wu have by far the largest and
most complete line of Fishing Tackle
In the city.
LITTLE FOLKS GOODS
Toy garden tools, Tops, Marbles,
Pumps, Inside Tubes, Hells, Handle
Corks, Tiro Cement, Wood Rim
Cement, Rubber Plugs, Valves, etc;
MendahiI', for mending torn or
snaged goods 10c
Mkndinci Tissue, a household
EFLER'S DRUG STORE