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THE HAYTI HERALD.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1909.
TROT MORRIS KILLED.
Tuesday afternoon, about 5:.'I0, while
engaged in n jfanu; of cauls ut F.rwin's
mill, just out of tin corporate limits of
tins city, Chaile Klhstou shot mill
lulled Trot Motrin ami dangerously
wounded Jim Dillinghum.
The game was between Tint Morris,
Mm Dillingham, Charlie K listun air.l
l.dii Kidgeway, and was a poker game
at 1 cent ante.
The tumble aiose whun Dillingham
was winning on a straight and Klliston
only hud two queens. I
The evidence allows that when Ellis
ton showed bad temper the other
players advised him to keep his money
out, and when the cauls weie exposed I
Klliuton aiose fiom his neat in an
Hilary mood, and Monis also arose,
and said: "IXin'tpull your gun, Char
lie." Klliston tauntinly said hi would
not, but did pull his 'tin, and pointing
his gnu :il Morris, said: "You don't
believe 1 will shoot, do yon " Monis
said he did not. These wouls weie
leiterated two or thtee times, when
The lit st shot took ell'ect in the ub
djiuen, passing lirst through the light
wiist. The second Hhot took ellect in
the head, passing through the base of
the brain, pioduciug instant death.
Seeing Monis fall. ICIIintoti turned
his nun on Jim Dillingham, who had
been begging lot the lile o) Morns.
'I'll tee shots weie tiled at Dillingham,
all taking ell'ect, one in the thigh, mic
about the knee and one in tin calf of
leg. The wounds aie painlul, but not
Klliston took to the wooiKand made
Colonel, Dr. 15. D. (Jiowe came out
and belli the inquest, and the verdict
ol the cotonei 's juiy, 11. I.. Davidson,
li. V. Don is, I'. S. Kaenstein, II. .
Schilling. Win. Knight anil K M. I'ci
kins, was in acconlaiice with the above
Charlie KMiston w.i-.i young single
man, and said to possess a bail tem-
Tiot Moms was a maineo man, W
eais old and li:i- a wife and font
I hereby announce mjself us a
candidate for Alderman of the second
The most interesting ball frame of
ward, to 1111 the vacancy caused by the season will be pulled oil al the ball
resignation of II. A. Dortch. Election I"'k t this place Friday at 4
Monday, May 17, at the citv hall. i p. m., between the Professional! and
Yours very truly,
Geo. V. Dorris.
children. Ilia home was ut Fulton,
Ky. His oldest son, James, arrived
Wednesday to take chaise of the
and the Regulars.
The winning side shall receive u
nicelj decorated leather modal from
the Herald, provided the editor is
permitted to enter the grounds free of
charge and lemuin until the game is
I over without getting licked and Habe
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and Chi is Settle, who happened to be
jnesent, tell substantially the same
It haB never been the policy of this
paper to mention some of the unde
sirable things that have long been ,
toleiated in liayti, and we would not
now. but for the fue that the vice of
gambling so long toleiated bete has
given us its fiuils, ami brought hu
miliation and shame to the name of
The above muuler is onlv the natural
the rag about his decisions
This game is sure to Iw a corker,
and the marshal is ordered to arrest
ever, person who dots not attend
The. price of admission is 15 and 10
cents, and any one found without the
price will be taken up as u vagrant.
exeep the old maids, and girls without
The gaine will be a daisy,
and see it. Here is the line-up:
ou trni nth of joints and gambling, audi .,
hcieer these things aie allowed and
gambleis aie allowed to congiegate,
just Midi occuriencex may be exoeetd.
A man with no vi-ible means of sup
port, who hangs aiouuil a town for
months at a time in idleness, is sine
to be making his living in some tin-
. lawful way. and in most well regulated
' eitie-' they are not allowed to lemaiu.
I To be lid ol this class is to avoid i-iiuie
and murder, and save joung men ftom
enticement to lulu.
, A city ii-is no moral right to license
i ol to pel mil any place to exist that
1 must be lestncted or to which it would
be olijeclioiiable I'm a woman oi a child
to go. It it is not a silitalile place for
a woman or a child, leitainly it i not
a suitable place lor a man.
Wcll-iegtil.ned saloons, conducted
acciiuliuu to law, aie a great de.il mote
desiialde than th avetage joint anil
le pioductive ol ciline.
If local option .i mt prohibition is no
bettei than the s.iiii'ilcs. -o tar given,
it seems mote li.umtul than good
I heie Is Mi'ile ll.mil behind closed
doo'h than il the plan weie open
DellWM us lliilll the "lieak
Ruiph I. F.
Johnson H F.
W IliaiiH Sub.
J. J. Moran and sons. Richard and
Eddie, of Springfield Mo., visited his
son .1. A. Moran Siindax iiml Monilnj.
Mr. Moran is one of the oldest engi
neers in Springlleld. having been "JJ
ears in the ser ice. lie came down
loenjo a time hunting and fishing,
but the weather turned bad. and he re
lumed home. He epect to COllie
back soon, and is so impressed with
the country that we look lor him ei
P. S Raeiistein nuclide d to imsiiie
at Caruthi rsvilli Sat uda
WHITE GOODS f
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H Wmi Goods ever shown in Hay- H
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I v K v ' It'j anc w'" save money I
I W 111''" -X LAD1ES' TRIMMED I
I fi'1 I" A DOUGLAS SHOES I
I I '' n 1 ' I or ervce anc Comfort. H
I J3 I Every Garment Guaranteed H
mXbn I GROCERIES I
H "Pj I fr bargains for your table. H
I ifHHiL We always have something H
yu can 8et elsewhere. H
I L. O, AVERiLLJ
I bese liultais ,
have a matlie-
mat iciill v collect
fill in model and have a fat carrying musical tone.
I'lice fiom W.OU to .?.).()( uill.h.
Edison Phonographs and Records
VIOLINS AND MANDOLINS
These have been selected on account of their line tone
and musical qualities. Each Violin has a heavy coul
boanl case. How included. 1'lices from YJ ."id to 51.(1(1.
Mandolins fiom W to (!.
1'iices from .",.O0 to
to i-:!.00 each.
From ."c to il.i'iO each.
The best goods and the piutliest, non-fading
colois to be found anywiteie I'm the money. ( om
jiaie them with otheih at the same pure, rl 7",
i: (IU, f.1 fill, .-1 0(1, ' 00, ." .Ml and rti 00 each.
$jfa Hreak o'day alain
each il .
He public alaiiu si.
Luminous a I a i m
al a i in r'J.
UlATr.UrQ - f iicersiill "Yankee" Si.
fl 00, il L'.'i, il 50, .sL'(K), '' IK) pel set. I Tncle Sam 1. Ingeisoll "J iliiioi' il'.
Keepxourmind on Letler iiialit..
It is good, and we will keep it so.
We want our tuisiness, .mil we cun
i atelier's masks,
baseball b a t s,
mitts, toe plates,
heel plates inn
scoie books, ankle supporters, bovV
caps, belts, baseballs, pick nick balls,
i ubbei balls, etc.
Kiiby hooks .V0 per bo of 11KI
Kiiby hooks 7-0 pel box of 100 .
Kiiby hooks !M) per box of 100 .
Kiihv hooks 10-0 per box ol 100
Kiiby hooks 7-K-IM0 pel 100 ..
Limerick hooks (i-0 box of HID
Limeiick hooks H-0 bos of 100
Ceuliul dliiught No. I I pel 111 il
Ceutial diaiight No. 15 pei III 1
Cin. buss, blight, I'J-L'O.-il pel 10U
TROLLS AND MINNOWS
lleniliix piopelleis each
(iiiHcoiiade sjioon Hulls each
ltuell spiiineis No, ;i each
liuell spiiineis N'os. 1 ami S each
llildi'ibiandl tandem spiiineis
Hildeihraiidt plain spiiineis each
Hildeibrandt featheied spiiineis
Dowaigac minnow 0 hooks each
Dowaigac minnow 15 hooks each 100
Dowaigac minnow 15 books ai
ds! ic each 75c
Kelch-cin 15 hooks each 50c
1'ieiniei wecdless 1 1 oil each . -5c
I'remier fluted spoon each L'Uc
Oulinaiy tinted spoon each 10c
Invincible 1st tgiialitv each . 1 L'5
Walton, one of the best made . a 5U
i 'oik floats each . . 5 & 10c
Tackle bo.i's, sue 5J10J each 1 Oil
Fish scaleis each . !.'5c
Trot Line, Seine Twine and Singe
ing, pei lb . . '15c
Furnished lines each 5 ,V 10c
Fish stilugeis each 5 A l.'5c
Lines, good quality cotton 15 ft.
L' for 5c
llettiu quality cotton, t!5 It. each 5c
Hi auli'il linen, 50 ft. spools for 15c
ilk casting, on spools per yd. .'!, I A 5e
Japan silk, 10 yd. hanks, each -'(
Sinkers, lead s'uiall and medium le
Sinkers large eaeh '.'e
POLES AND RODS
SainpBon'B jointed steel -1 '..ft.
Hainboo jointed 4'. ..ft. each 2 50
I'une jointed 8ft. each J5u
Mississippi cane 18ft. each 10c
Minnow dip nets each -fi .v 50e
Fish bags each H5i!
Bucket dip nets enuh iI5(S
Minnow buckets lip. 15c, '-'it. '-'5u
Krrtfj speursH prong; eaeh . J5u
Fish spears 4 in 5 prong: eaeh !15o
Fish spears 5 in. 5 prong; each tlOe
Fish spears 7 in. 6 prong each ?1 00
Fisherman's ImtH each i!5o
Minnow seins 1x15 Machine
made each i- 50
Minnow seins 4x15 white tied
each S 50
(Complete with Hunts and sinkers.)
We have by far the largest and
most complete line of Fishing Tackle
in the citv.
LITTLE FOLKS GOODS
To. garden tools, Tops, Marbles,
I'timps, Inside Tulit s, Hells, Handle
forks, Tiro Cement, Wood Rim
Cement, Rubber PIub, Valvee, etc;
Mkndahh', for nioniliiiK torn or
snugeil (roods 10c
Mknihxo TisstK, a household
LEFLER'S DRUG STORE