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The Hayti herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1908-1922, April 29, 1909, Image 4

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? Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers
Ladies hand bags at Lcflor's 24tf
a'
Gid Gibson of Steele was in Hayti
Monday.
Paints and window glass at Letter's
W. H. Finch was in Caruthersvillo
.Saturday.
handles first
P. M. Porltins
goods
class
20
The now Kolin building is going up
right along.
Edison phonographs and records at
Leflor's. 24tf
Tom Douglas of Kcnnett was in Hny
ti Friday.
Tj. L. Leller made a business trip to
Cairo last week.
Rev. Allen Rankin of Steele was in
Tfayti Friday.
John Nash, a CliatTce liremtin, was
in Hayti last week.
Wall paper, carpet paper and build
ing paper at Lefler's. 24tf
Mrs. Kd Gotcher visited a sick aunt
atSenath last week.
.7. G. Sarins and family were in Ca
ruthersvillo Saturday.
Paints, oils and glnss. Dr. Traut
mann's Drugs Store. 2(5
Uncle Tom Miles was out from Ca
ruthersville Sunday.
C S. York was out from Caruthers
ville last Thursday.
Whito goods tho best and most at
tractive line in town. L. 0. Averlll.
The Civic Lcuguc is gottlng up u
play. Watch for the announcement.
Spencer & Ingle do alt kinds of drav
ing promptly andchoaply. Phono 05.
Prof. II. L..
business at
day.
Davidson attended to
Caruthersvillo Mon-
Glnes of all kinds
mann's Drug Store,
at Dr.
Traut-2(5
Mr. and Mrs. Lum Leller visited in
Kennett Tuesday.
(.'has. Goodrich was out from Oa
ruthersville Sunday.
Ferrell Downing and wife of Kennett
visited in Hayti Sunday.
F. M. Perkins Bells the Johnston
mower, the best on earth. 26
The 4th Sunday in May ischildrens'
day at Marvin Chapel.
The Sanders Bros, new building is
now receiving the plaster.
Cole & Lilly's double body paint, at
Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store. 26
Emmet Varner and family visited in
Caruthersvillo Saturday.
B. L. Guffy attended to business at
Caruthorsville Saturday.
Use the best, Sonour's floor paint.
Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store. 26
J. S. Trainor made a business trip
to Curuthersville Saturday.
A. J. Dorris is doing considerable
improving to his residence.
Elmer Stephens attended to business
at St. Louis this week.
Charlie Wells went down to Ca
ruthersvillo Monday night.
W. A. Maxey and wife of Bragga
docio were in Hayti Monday.
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Buy your machine oil from F.
Perkins. He handles the beat.
W. B. Gordon and family were Ca
ruthersvillo visitors Saturday.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lamp's
special brew, Uarutheraville.
Miss Ethel Dunklin visited in Ca
ruthersvillo Saturday evening.
The Pilot Disk Cultivator takes the
lead. For sale by F. M. Perkjns. -6
J. A. Faris of Braggadocio attend
ed to business in Hayti Monday.
""" The famous Dunklin county cotton
hoe is for sale by F. M. Perkins. -6
C. B. Faris of Caruthorsville attend
ed to legal business at Hayti Monday.
For Sale White -Plymouth Koek
Eggs, $1.25 per betting. 1. S. Kaven
Btein. 10tf
Stella Karnes and Susie Hughes of
Senath visited Mrs. C. Dillman last
week.
I will accommodate those wanting
Lime, Brick or Cement. P. S. Raven
stein. 24tf
Murray Phillips, cashier of tho New
Madrid Hanking Co., was in Hayti
Monday.
The board of alderman is passing
an ordinance to create tho ollico of
assessor.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lomp's
lateBt and best special brew. Caruth
ersvllle. Uolloigh Gotcher, who has been in
St. Louis for treatment, will be home
this week.
E. Alsup puts down and repairs
pumps. Charges reasonable, lry
his work. 26 4!
Jas. Hassler W and A. Fields 1
davs work is the latest addition to the
grading fund. ""
Farmers, if you are in neod of a
Cultivator, it will pay you to see F.
M. Perkins. 26
W. O. Tibbs has returned from a
four month's visit to the Gulf Coast
Country of Texas.
Piano and Organ for sale, at a bar
gain. Firatclass condition. G. W.
Dorris, Hayti. 17tf
The I. O. O. F. will organize at
Steele May 1. Tho Hayti lodge will
bo there in numbers.
Egg shells wanted, lc a pound,
delivered at A. J. Dorris' Btoro. Mrs.
Hattie Darnell. 26 4t
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson were
blessed with the arrival of a little girl,
Saturday morning.
We are glad to inform tho people
that tho firm of Culpepper and Jackson
will not leave Hayti.
Mrs. J. W. McFarland and Miss
Masol Wilks were visitors from Ca
ruthersville Sunday.
Judge H. C. Schult passed through
Hayti Monday, enrouto home from
a business trip to Chaffee.
The Dyer butchor shop was broken
into Saturday night, and one ham
and two sides of bacon taken.
A new girl arrived at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Turner the other
day, Dr. Trautmann olliciating.
Save your money. Buy your lum
ber, shingles, building material, etc.,
fromC. W. Frick, at reasonable prices.
The case of Albert Little, charged
with killing Ed Langdnn last year,
is on trial at Caruthersville this week.
Do you know that you can save
money by buying building material,
shingles, fencing, etc., from 0. W.
Frick? "'
Pemiscot Argus: The Misses Lotitia
McFarland and Miller of Hayti visit
ed friends and relatives here last Sun
day. The Hayti Storage has coupon books
in all amounts to sell for cash, re
deoraab'.o at any time. These books
save making change, and prevent
mistakes.
Missos Pearl and Mabel Rodgcrs of,
Capo Girardeau, spent Monday night
with Miss Eva Allen, on their way to
Kennett.
Own nnd mnplo boxing 812.B0 a
1,000. ltlfl. cypress fencing ?1 1 a 1,000.
Everything else in proportion. 0. W.
Frick. lltf
Littlo Miss WUhelmlna Gasklns gave
a very nice birthday party to hor little
playmates Saturday afternoon. She
was three years old.
Tho city hall has just been furnished
with a system of lights, by Henry
Dortch. Every room Is lighted, and
tho system is one of tho best.
A. R. West, son of R. B. West of
Caruthorsville, who has been ill at
this place for some time, was removed
to Caruthersville Monday.
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SPOT CASH
I GROCERY
Engine and boiler for salo 25 horse
power boiler and 15 horso powor en
gine, Erie make, good order, at bar
gain price. O. W. Frick. Hayti, Mo.
Tho Caruthersvillo Democrat says
that W. J. Morris' shingle mill at
that place will htart up next Monday,
and speaks of him as a residentcitizen.
James Moss of Indiana, working at
Cowee's mill as timber cutter, was
seriously hurt Tuesday by a falling
tree. Dr. Trautmann was called to
attend him.
Clyde Gwin and C. P. Wells, Jr.
have ordered 300 frog traps, which
they estimate will catch about $'M
worth of frops a night, at an expense
of about $3.
Mrs. Jennie Shrum and Miss Grovie
Hilburn, of Paragould, Ark., were in
Hayti last Friday, on their way to
Deering. Mrs. Shrum will make her
home at Deering.
The following people from Hayti at
tended the Odd Fellow's association at
Kennett: D. D. Harhert, Jas. Argo,
Will Davis, Jack Alloy, Henry Dortch
and Morgan Worth.
The Congregational Methodist
church will hold an anniversary meet
ing at Pascola May 8, in which the
Pemiscot District Conference will cele
brate the 57th anniversary of the
organization. There will be dinner on
the ground, and an enjoyable timo is
expected. J. L. Woolverton is pastor.
When you soe a cross mark on your
paper, made with a pencil, it tells you
that your subscription is out and wo
ask you to renew at once Not hear
ing from you promptly, we will stop
the paper.
PINEAPPLE MEAD. Now summer
drink. Recipe for making and in
structions for sellingat parks, picnics,
stands, etc., sent free. Write a postal
quick. Address Publisher Roadman's
Guide, Box 602, Louisville, Ky.
SPRINGTIME
Is the time when you are hard to
suit in something to eat. Springtime
brings with it a desire and a craving
for something different, something
just a little better, and you long for
a change.
So this is a good time to visit the
SPOT CASH GROCERY, where all
of the best of everything to eat is
kept.
We handle only the best of Fancy
and Staple Goods. Our line of Can
ned Goods, such as Fruits, Berries
and Meats, all kinds of Bottled Goods,
Pickles, Relishes and Catchups, and
our line of package goods is complete,,
also, in Breakfast Foods, Crackers
and Cakes, and our general line of
staple goods is equal to any in the
county. Call and see us.
H B H 0 0F IMv
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PACKAGES
CHOICE
GARDEN SEED
For lc a Package
SPOT CASH GROCERY
Hayti. - Mo.
Doc Hedge has moved to Caruthers
ville. Clothing cleaned and pressed and
all work guaranteed. Leave orders
at GaskiiiH' barber'- shop or my resi
dence. J. M, Argo. 27tf
VIRG. P. ADAMS
Notary Public
Ileal Estntn and Insurance
Office in City Hall
Hayti, - - - Missouri
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HOUSE C
TiM
ELLBSTOW?S'SPOTCASH GROCERY
TXTE reppectfully invito you to call and inspect our lino of Groceries.
" Our stock is absolutely new, all of the very best quality, bought
for spot CASH and to sell for spot CASH( which assures you of the very
loweBt price possible to make. Come to us for your Groceries, TobaccoB,
Cigars, Fruits, Candies, Produce, etc., and when you have Produce, Eggs
and Butter to sell wo will pay a good price. We will treat you right.
NEAR BANDERS DROB. OLD STAND. HAYTI, MISSOURI
LEANIN
E HAS COME
Look through your wardrobe, and if there is
anything you need in our line we will be glad to
suppy your wants, at the very lowest possible
price.
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Patronage of tho traveling public solicited. Well-furnished
neat and olean. The pioneer hotel of tho city. Rates $1 a day.
MATTING
Cotton warp matting, A 1 qual
ity, floral design, 25c a yd.
Straw6" warp matting, extra
heavy quality, 30c per yard.
Straw warp matting, good
quality, at 15c per yard. (
BED SPREADS
Extra long quality $1.25 to $2.
CURTAINS
Lace curtains, 3 1-2 yards
long, $1.25 to $1.50.
RUG'S
All wool rugs in red and
green and drab, $1.25 to $2.
TABLE Covers
Extra large stand table covers
$1.25.
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