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Items From Home and Abroad,
Insist Prairie is petitioning the clt.v
council to order an election for a stock
The Hock Island has canceled the
order requiring passengers to show
tickets before hoarding trains. It got
the company into no end of trouble,
and was not rigidly enforced either.
Cape News: The report conies from
a reliable source that the Frisco will
soon put on a midnight train out of
St. Louis for Memphis to meet the com
petition of the Illinois Central. Such
a train would be a great accommo
dation to the people of Southeast
Gov. Hadlei, announced that .Tames
A. Tolerton had accepted the position
of stale game and liili warden. The
governor also announced this appoint
ment of Richard Porter of Paris to
htieceed himself as a member of the
state tish commission. While the
governor had a right to appoint a re
publican, ho reappointed Mr. Porter,
who is a democrat, because he is an
enlliu Mastic sportsman and always has
taken an active interest in the work ol
the lish commission.
Dunklin Democrat: Kennett will
have it-, census taken, Gov. Hadley
having, on tin' tth, appointed Andrew
V. Kvans census taker, under the city
ordinance passed a few weeks ago.
lie will start his work in si few ilaj.
and will complete it in ten days, lie'
hopes, alter getting started. He will
take the name, age. color and occu
pation of every resident of the city,
and will then arrange the list alpha-bi-iicallv.
Make a guess on the num
ber of people he will Ibid.
Dunklin Democrat: Watch out for
a man who is traveling and taking or
ders for tailor-made suits and garments
lor ladies. He is a fraud, of the lirst
water. The goods come, all right, but
they are the rankest shoddy stuff. He
worked Cape county. He travels in a
good livcr, rig. is a line off-hand talk
er, and has little trouble in landing
suckers. As before stated, in this
paper, often, it is safe to refuse to do
business with traveling agents and
solicititors. There is not an article
made, or sold, that your home mer
chants can not get for you. and at
prices cheaper than the traveling
stranger can sell for.
'I'wice-a-Wcek Democrat: Mrs. U.
A. Crow, wile of Congressman Crow,
died at the family residence in this city
last night at S o'clock. Although Mrs.
Crow had been contined to her bed for
man months, and her death was not
unexpected, it will come as a distinct
shock to her many Iriends, as it was
onl a lew day s ago that she rallied
and showed signs of improving. De
ceased was aged ;IS years, and leaves
a devoted husband and two children,
a boy, aged 12, and a little girl aged
.", to mourn her loss, besides a host of
other relatives and friends. Mrs.
Crow was a true woman in every
sense of the word a kind and true
Christian, a devoted wife, mother and
Dunklin Democrat: For several
weeks, Virgil McKa,,0. S. Harrison
and others have been taking1 options
V.53 CUNNpOI )CdII
OLDEST IRRIGATED DISTRICT IN AMERICA.
On tho Rio Grande E. It., 125 Milos South of Salt Lako City.
Five and Ten Acre Apple Orchard Tracts Sold on. the Small
Wo pay all oxponsos for four years, turning tho tracts over to tho
purchaser in bearing apple orchards.
Thoro 1b no investment offered by any company which will show tho
profit of our apple orchard tracts.
Developed Apple Orchard Land is Worth $1000.00 Per Acre.
Onr Irrigated farms, with porpotual water rightB, are sold on long
GUNNISON VALLEY ILAS BEEN FARMED FOE YEAES AND
ONE OF ITS FAEMEES HOLDS THE NATIONAL EECOED FOE
Low Excursion Eates on all railroads tho first and third Tuesdays
of each month.
Write for our Gunnison Valley Folder and our literature bearing on
our apple orchard tracts.
IRRIGATED FARMS COMPANY
JOHN 8. MANLEY, Manager Sales Department, 428 D. F. Walker Bldg.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Gathered From Many Sources I
on land east, south and north of Clark
ton, for J. S. Hoblit.el. of Pittsburg,
Penn., an oil expert. He proposes to
bring on machinery for boring one or
more holes, and says that he will not
sto,) until he has thoroughly bored all
likely-appearing territory. He conies
with ample endorsements, appears to
have plenty of capita, and does not,
apparently, belong to the adventurer
class. He will be given the options se
cured, in all covering close to 20,000
acres, a considerable part of it being
in New Madrid county, east of Clark
ton. And, he will likely start his first
hole out there. If there is oil east of
Clarkton, as Mr. Hoblit.el seems to
think, it is likely that there is oil all
along the Little River valley.
Operator Hlkins is doing relief work
in the dispatcher's ollice at Chalice for
a month or two, operator Robinson re
Clothing cleaned and pressed and
al' work guaranteed. Leave orders
at Gaskins' barber shop or my resi
dence. J. M, Argo. 2 7tf
The Frisco has changed the time of
the following trains: No 821 to .Mem
phis o:2() a. in. ami No. b05, St. Louis
to .Memphis 4:!50 a.m.
Engine and boiler for sale 2o horse
power boiler and 15 horse power en
gine, Erie make, good order, at bar
gain price. U. W. Friek. Hayti, Mo.
.1. A. Frates, G. H. Wright, C. II.
Claiborne and W. li. Thompson,
Frisco people at Chaffee, were at Hay
ti Thursday morning.
Grit Ivote asphalt roofing, foltspar
surface one side, sanded Hurfaco una
side. One of the best roolliigs made.
Call and see it and get prices. C. vV.
At the next regular meeting of the
Odd Fellows, Saturday night. June 10,
ollicers will be elected lor the ensuing
year, anil every member is requested
to bo present.
Wo are closing out our Columbia,
Victor and Zoiinplioue 10 inch records
at 4o cents each. Wo have 1.000 re
cords in stock. Also a good discount
on graphoplioneH. Chas. Goodrich,
In the ball game at Kennett Sunday,
our boys were di leated by a score til
2 tti 1, in the twelfth inning. We do
not know all the particulars, but sus
pect our boy & earned more than they
Gum and maple boxing 312.i0 a
1,000. 10 ft. cypress fencing .-311 a 1,000.
Everything else in proportion. C. W.
Bids To Build School House.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at Hayti. up to
noon, Saturday, June I'.lth. lilO'.l, to
build a two-story, two-room, brick
school bouse, al Concord, in District
No. 1, twp. Ill, range 12 east. Said
house to cost about 2,000 completed.
Successful bidder to furnish a good
and sullicient bond and begin work
i promptly. The board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids. I Mans
j and specifications may be seen at ol
fice of F. W. I'hleiger. Caruthersville.
I Mo., or at filer's drug store, llayti.
Il order of the board of directors
W. I), iludgetis. l'res . llayti. Mo.
Sterling II. MeCarty, Attorney.
Utah Irrigated Fruit
and Farming Lends
ie Gtiniiisoe Valley.
I take thi.'i opportunity to inform the
public that I have purchased the sa
loon business formerly known as the
Tom Johnson Half-Way House, atCa
rutliersville. 1 will appreciate the
patronage of my friends and acquaint
ances, and invite you to call and see
mo when in town.
Hnyti Lodge Directory
M. W. A.
Hayti camp No. DoO", meets every
Friday night at Masonic hall.
H. L. Davidson, V. C.
J. T. Bucklby, Clerk.
I. O. 0. F.
New Fra lodge No. 3G2 meets everv
Saturday night at Odd Fellow hall.
C .P. Wells, Jn , N. G.
P. S. Ravbnstein, Sec.
Hayti chapter No. 217, meets 2nd
and 4th Tuesdays, at Masonic hall.
Ada Judkn, Wm.
Viiuj. P. Adams, Sec.
K. and L. of H.
Hayti lodge No. 2717, meets 1st and
3rd Tuesdays, at Masonic hall.
Wm. Reasonkh, Protector.
Anna Dunklin. Sec.
A. F. and A. M.
Havti lodge No. 571 meets 1st and
3rd Thursdays at Masonie hall.
J. W. Johnson, Wm.
Vino. P. Adams, Sec.
W. O. W.
Paean camp No. 273 meets everv
2nd and 4th Monday nights at Odd
Mohoan Worth, 0. C.
C J. Mayks, Olerk.
Meets at Odd Fellow hall 1st and
3rd Monday nights.
Mks. A. Donks, Guardian.
Mrs. Jessik Dorris, Clerk.
M. P. L.
Hayti council No. 093 meets 2nd and
4th Thursday at Odd Fellow hall.
A. T. Hi'Tsnv, Pres.
H. M. UANsnruoii, Sec.
I. O. K. M.
Wakarusa Tribe No. 171, mpets
everv Tuedav sleep, 8th run, at Odd
Follow hall "All Chiefs invited.
Amos ITi.'KK.man, Sachem.
A. O. ALLKN, Chief of Records.
Services at Methodist church, south:
Preaching 1st, 3d ami 4th Sundavs at
11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Sunday school every Sunday at II: 15
Epworth League each Sunday 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting each Wed. at 7 p. in.
To all these services the public is
T. G. Fallin, Pastor.
Church of Christ; services in city
hall, 1st and 4th Sundays, afternoons
and nights, by Eld. W. A. Rcrki:.
L'osl ollice Horns
Week Days 7 a. in. to 8 p. m.
Sundays, 7:30 to 10:30 a. m.; 1:3d to
2:30 p. m.; 1:30 to 0:00 p. in.
l hive use J Dr.
of the Little
PHU lor )tdn ind
find thu they are ihc
one thing (hit ulll
cerulnly give luf
ferer the dcilrcii
Mr. J P Brlsiell.
25 Doses 25 Cents
Your DruKKi" telli Or Mile' Anti-Pun, Pill
ind he it luthoniril to return the price ol the Itrvi
pickicc lonli I il ii lult io benefit tuu,
AND THE PAINS Or
A BANK THAT
in money, in men and in a desire to make its service
of practical value to every man or woman who favors
it with their account.
1$ If you are not already one of our customers,
try a checking account with us; deposit your checks
or cash. No matter what bank your checks are on,
we will cash them and give you a neat pass book and
a check book. In this way you will also have a re
ceipt for the money you pay out. We pay 4 per
cent, interest on time deposits.
John L. Dorris, Pre. L C. Averill, Vice-Pree.
T. A. McNail, Cashier.
John L. Dorris. Jack Averill. L. L. Lefler.
Dr. J. W. Johnson. T. Kohn. B. S. Stearns.
Sterling H. McCarty.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lernp's
special brew. Caruthersville.
(At Northwest Curnerof Square)
For your money 'h worth in Short Or
der Meals, Hot and Cold Lushes,
Fruits, Confectioneries and all kinds
of Cold Drinks.
j Sodas .05
Ice Cream Sundaes 10
J Cones .05
Everything that goes to make up a
lirstclass restaurant and soda fountain. '
Call once and you will come again.
I CHEAP TRIPS
On account of the ELKS
July 11-17. Sale Days
June 24 to July 1 2.
Round Trip $57.50
On account of the G. A. R.
August 9-1 4. Sale Days J
July 27 to August 6. I
For full details and for rates
anywhere out west, call on
J. G. SARIUS
Agent Frisco Lines
HAYTI, - - - MO.
Clno-..f..ircnc" ' . ' WiJCSt J
SX '"ia' HlCHtSTAAAROS lltime jf
Xv O'ini Pntel Gw i Mm al wn. r. Si t.,., WijStr
W. J. Morris, Afjt., Hayti, Mo.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
SPECIALS EVERY DAY
All Kinds of Cold Drinks, Fine
Candies, Fruits and Cigars.
A Full line of Confectioneries
Cream, lqt and up Delivered.
PoCrd PHONE 76 PoflCardi
SHELTON & POPHAM
WEST SIDE PUB. SQUARE
THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE
If vrw want plthfra VlhmtlnsShuttlc. Kntnry
MiutlUMir si Simile Tlin-.ul Cham Xilch
8cvlng Murliliie write to
THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY
Man" ew Ine machine are made to sell recanlless of
quality, but the X'U Home is made lu wear
Our guaranty nccr runs out.
Hold by aniliorizeil dealers only.
tOH SALE DV
Chas. Goodrich, Carutliersville, Mo.
' Trade Marks
Anyone sending a cketch and drscrlptlon may
quickly ascerlnln our oilnlii froo nlii-tlicr an
ItiTOiitlon Is probably pnteiitiililq. Coiitiiniiilcn
llcuii Ktrlotlyniiithloiulul. HANDBOOK oiil'atents
out froo. Oldest neetiey (ur rvcurniK put cut .
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tpelal notice, without clmrso, la tho
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