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Miss Add Dowdy is ill of slow fever.
Jed Hoathrott is on the sick list this
Tobe Uaird is our Intent cash sub
scriber. Mik's Lewis left for Nevada, Mo.,
Harvey McFarland wus in Hayti
Charley Spencer has been right sick
Claud Edwards has returned to his
(iuo. Darnell was hero from Bragga
Aunt Hettio McFarland visited in
John A. Paris was here from Bragga
Carl Blokcr was out from Curuth
Win. Knight has bought a restaurant
See the new line of candies at. the
Big Light Restaurant. 89tf
C W. Sullivant is our latest renew
J. R. Brewer of New Madrid was in
Huyti last week.
Paints, oils and glass. Dr. Traut
mann's Drugs Store. 2ti
Riley Orton and wife left for a visit
at Marston Friday.
Geo. Webb of Braggadocio was in
Hayti Saturday night.
Call in to see the Herald at its new
home and subscribe for it.
John Cole and family moved to
('apt. R. F. Allen attended court at
Glass of all kinds at Dr. Traut
mntin's Drug Store. 2f
Miss Lotitia McFarland visited in
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lamp's
special brew. Caruthersville.
Mrs. Hammond of Paseola visited
Mrs. F. M. Gwin Tuesday.
Use the best, Senour's door paint.
Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store. Hi
Leonard and John Sprinkle left for
Rig Creek, Ark., Sunday.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lump's
special brew. Caruthoraville.
Judge S. II. McCarty of Caruthers
ville was in Hayti last week.
Colo & Lilly's double body paiut, at
Dr. Trautmaun's Drug Store. 2t
Miss Grace Maxey of Rraggadocio
is visiting in Hayti this week.
Fresh, river channel cattish on tap
at the Big Light Restaurant. :ii)if
Mrs. John A. Thompson is at Horn
bauer Springs for a snort stay
Grit Koto asphalt roofing, feltspar
surface one side, sanded surface one
side. One of the best roofings made.
Call and see it and get prices. C. W.
June I to October 16, 1909
On account of the G. A. R.
August 9-14. Sale Days
July 27 to August 6.
For full details and for rates
anywhere out west, call on
J. G. SARIUS
Agent Frisco Lines
HAYTI, - MO.
Miss Anna Hobson left Friday to
oicn her school at Sum ford.
S. Franklo of New Madrid visited
tho family of I. Kolin Sunday.
The family of John A. Faris at
Braggadocio arc all ill of fever.
Mrs. K. Shafkin of St. Louts is
visiting her sister, Mrs. I. Kohn.
The Baptist Sunday school picnic
Tuesday was a very enjoyable alTair.
White goods tho best and most at
tractive line in town. L. 0. Averill.
I. Kohn and J. M. Falkoll attended
to business at Caruthersville Monday.
Our place is clean and up to date.
Come and see Chas. Morgan's butchur
Mrs. C. M. Shell left Tuesday for a
two weeks visit at Ravenden Springs,
It is teported lieic that "Shorty"
Gates was shot and killed at Cairo
Gootl, fresh, clean lard for sale all
the time at Chas. Moigan's butcher
Sam White of Braggadocio was a
pleasant caller at the Herald ollice
I will accommodate those wanting
Lime, Brick or Cement. P. S. Raven
Mrs. Newt Troutman returned Tues
day from a visit to relatives at Wolf
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lump's
latest and best special brew. Caruth
ersville. Muxey Brooks, the nine year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Brooks, is
ill of fever.
Chickens wanted highest market
price paid, cash or trade. Spot Cash
Henry Dortch lias just installed a
'system of lights at Hany Hender
Piano and Organ for sale, at a bar
i gain. Firstclass condition. G. W.
1 nnrrin. Havti. 17tf
Dr. May es u as called to Braggadocio
Saturday to attend Maut Webb, who
is ill of finer.
Good eypiess "Economy" shingles
$1. 15 pet 1000 while they last. W. J.
Morns, Gayoso, Mo. 1-U8
Henry Ktuisburgh was called to Ok
lahoma Satuiilay on account of the
illness of his bister.
A full lino of Mason's Fruit Jars, in
all sizes, and the large size jelly
glasses, at J. L. Dorris.'
Jack Toaster and wife will leave to
day for Mr. Toaster's home at Denver,
Tenn., on a vacation and visit.
The Herald is now located on the
ground lloor of the city hall, where
visitors arc always welcome.
Don't forget that J. L. Dorria is
still selling that old Kentucky Green
ville tobacco 1 plugs for a quarter.
Miss Marie Woody, who has been
visiting at Braggadocio, returned to
her home at tho Cape Friday.
Eat icecream and sodas in Shell's
Summer Garden, the coolest plane in
Miss Carrie Richmond will leave for
St. Louis theitlst, to uttend ainillinery
school, if her health will permit.
Good fresh, clean meats, irooil weights
and courteous treatment is the motto
1 at Chas. Morgan's butchur shop. !i7tf
I Sherman Davis and Mrs. Li..ie
Certain were married in Ilayti Mon
day, Rev. G. M. Brooks olllciating.
Mrs. A. J. Watts and little grand-
I daughter, Freda Porter, of I'ascola,
I tiro visiting tho family ofG. M. Brooks.
Those Silver Negligee shirts at J. L.
Dorria' are beauties. The man who
wears silver shirts, has no shirt
Elmer Stephens is having an addition
of three rooms built to his residence.
Fred and Henry Hudgens are doing
THE BIO LIGHT RESTAURANT
Soda Fountain and Summer Garden i
Is the place to get your Meals and Cold Drinks of all kinds, Ice
Cream, Ice Cream Sodas, Fruits, Melons, Fresh Fish, Fresh
Bread, Honey Candies, Tobaccos, Cigars, Canned Goods, in
fact, everything that goes to make up a first class restaurant.
OUR SUMMED GARDEN
Is built for ladies or ladies and escourts. It is the
coolest place in S. E. Mo. TO EAT AND DRINK.
Little Harry Mason, son of Mr. and
Mrs. 'Lonzo Mason, died Tuesday
morning, ago one year and seven
Gum and maplo boxing S12.50 a
1,000. 10 ft. cypress foncing 811 a 1,000.
Everything elso In proportion. C. W.
Prof. L. D. Macom of Jackson, Mo.,
was hero Wednesday, being an
applicant for a position in the Huyti
Just received, a new lot of "Silver"
Collars, the only collar with tho lini
cord oyolet. Thoy wotit tear out. J.
Jas. Myers and A. D. Shepherd left
for the Frisco hospital at St. Louis
Friday. They aro sulTering from
Tobe Baird and wife will leave
Thursday for Louisville, Ky., where
Mrs, Baird goes for medical aid and
Wo have some extra good things in
men's and boy's underwear for hot
weather. Get something thin and
keep cool. J. L. Dorris,
On Wednesday night of last week
some one stole the public pump in
front of tiio Stephens Spot Cash Gro
J. L. Dorris' has the finest line of
laces and embroideries ever brought
to Hayti. Ask to see them, whether
you want to buy or not.
Rev. T. G. Fallin, Amos Hull man
and J. L. Woolverlon attended the
Red Men council at Paseola Friday
Last Thursday Jack Edwards sent
two fully matured cotton bolls to this
ollice. Jack is fanning on the Stena
Engine and boiler for sale 25 horse
power boiler and 15 horso power en
gine, Erie make, good order, at bar
gain price. C. W. Frick. Hnyti, Mo.
Mrs. Frank O ran ford and Miss '
Dulcie Bryant drove ovei to Caruth
ersville Saturday, on a visit to Mrs.
Bridge timber and lumber of all
kinds, 2 and '2ys in. oak flooring, side
walk lumber, oak and cypress, dress
ea and rough palings, always on band
at reasonable prices. C. W. Frick.
W. B. Willson and little daughter,
Lois, are visiting at Mr. Willson'sold
home at Oxford, Ga. They will re
main there until frost.
We are closing out our Columbia,
Victor and Zonophone 10 inch records
at 45 cents each. Vfa have 1,000 re
cords in stock. AIbo a good discount
on graphophonos. Chas. Goodrich,
The birthday natty of Kos Dorris,
six years old, last Friday afternoon,
was'an enjoyable alTair for the 10 little !
folks in attendance.
Ice users should got our coupon
bookB. Saves worry and time mak
ing change, avoids mistakes, always I
ready. Terms cash. Money refunded
any time. Books carried on wagon.
Havti Storatre. 30tt
J. M. Falkoll of Kast Prairie came
down Sunday and visited J. Kohn and
family and while here subscribed for
the Herald. He returned home Tues
day. John I. Stephens has sold his Frisco
restaurant to the Dyer boys, who now
have charge. John will hereafter be
found with the Spot Cash Grocery.
Last Friday J. A. Johnson sent a
fully matured and ripo twin cantaloupe
to this ollice. Both grew from the
same stem, but were only slightly
Notice is hereby civen that Lot tern
of Administration upon the est ate of J
Win. H. Monin, deceased, have been'
granted to the undersigned, by the
Probate Court of Pemiscot county, I
MiBBouri. bearing date the 21st day of
All persons having claitiiR against
Mid estate uie required to exhibit them
to me for allowance, within one year
fiom the date of said lottois or they
may bo precluded from any benefit of
such estate; and if said claim bo not
exhibited within two years from the
date thoy will be forever barred.
Dated at Huyti, Mo., July 21, ll)0i.
3? Lou Mourns. Administratrix.
PRICES NOT CUT
You certainly owe it to yourself
to save all the money you can, and it
is my purpose in business to help you
save money. I do not cut the price or
sell below cost, but I MAKE my own
prices, and make them just as LOW
as possible, quality considered. If
you will come to my store you will
see that this is true.
Pump Pipe per foot I2c
Pump pitchers each $1.25
SEE OUR LINE OF
Corn and Cotton Hoes
Saws and Sundries, etc.
A Few Ice Cream Freezers
It would be poor policy for me to tell you one thing and
undertake to do another. The people cannot be fooled. The
only sure way to success is to "make good." This is the point
1 want to get you to understand, and I cannot get you to under
stand it unless you will visit my store, inspect the quality of my
goods, get my prices and test my weights and measures. Try it.
SPOT CASH GROCERY
Rev. Foster of Caruthersville will
pieach at the Methodist church the
fourth .Sunday at lLa. in. and at 8 p.
m. The pastor, T. G. Fallin will be
away, in a meeting witli Rev. King at
Arthur L. Oliver of Carutlieriville
attended to legal business at Hayti
Now is a good time to have the liei
ald sent to your friends anil relatives).
They will enjoy it more than a letter,
becaiiHu it telly all the news.
Arthur Allen, Italic IIutTstutter, Dr.
Crcsswell, Jack Toaster and Ilaiinan
Kohn had a lemonade party back ol
I. Kohn'.s store Monday evening.
Eveiybody likes good, fresh, clean
meat. Chas. .Morgan has bought tho
Dye i butcher shop, and has tlioioughly
overhauled and leiiuvated same.
Wo have a card from L. L. Lcller at
Hot Springs, and Len writes like lie is
doing well. lie is at tho Milwaukee
hotel and of course wants the Herald.
Mi'i. J. Adison Hayes, lust surviving
daughter of Jellcrson Davis, president
of the Confederacy, died at Colorado
Spring-,, Col., July 18, at the age of
For salo at a bargain one of tho
nicest residences in town, corner,
near business, 7 rooms, 2 stories, 2 or
3 lots and 1 lots on oponito side of
street. J. N. Ulomeim, Tylor or O.
V. Frick, Hayti. 5tf
Streot Commissioner L. C. Lellor
has been doing some good work lately,
filling up l)nd places, ditching and
cleaning out culverts. Ho is using the
nionoy collected to a good purpose,
and before tho summer is over it is
hoped our streets will be in a respect
Circuit Court Proceedings.
Court convened Monday, with Judge
Riley on the bench, A largo docket
is before the court.
Tho cases before the court were as
Francis Mitchell,, violutlng local
option law; S, V, Ellis, murder;
Ralph Farmer, grand larceny; Ivo
Honfore, forgery; Charles Johnson,
feloneous assault; Robert Pjgle, fel
oneous assault; John Rudder, violat
ing local option law, all convicted at
former terms and paroled, good be
havior shown and parole extended.
Walter Snow, gaming, continued.
Victor Seiglc and Hut McFarland
appeared before Police Judge Gwin
Monday and were lined $2 and cost
each, failing to pay which they were
taken caie of by Marshal Lellor. The
charge was drunk and disorderh.
Pete Sanders, gaining, line $23 ind
stay to next term.
A. O. Hardlee, gaming, line $25.
Jeff Harris, grand larceny , plea guil
ty, two years.
Geo. Taylor, rape, plea guilty, two
Baxter Bailey, grand larceny, plea
guilty, two years.
Ruck Mayes, grand larceny, plea
guilty, two years.
Geo. Mayes, grand larceny, plea
guilty, two years.
Andy Brown, feloneous assault,
case abated on account of death.
Jefferson Jones, grand larceny, pica
guilty, two years.
Frank Barrett, murder, continued
It is expected to have a grand jury
by the last of tho week, which will
creato some now business.
Ifyou want eltlieraVlbrntlngSliuttlc, Itotary
Hhutt lo or n Htimlo Thread f Chain Alttcli)
Howlng Miichluo write to
THE NEW HOME 8EWIH0 MACHINE COMPANY
Mam- tewing machines, are made to tell rccariUm of
quality, but the New Homo Is made to wear.
Our guaranty never rum out.
Hold by authorised deulera only.
roit SALE BV
Chas. Goodkicii, Caruthoraville, Mo.