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THE HAYTI HERALD
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1909.
Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers
L. D. Mueom of Jackson. Mo., was
selected Saturday to occupy the 5th
room of the Hayti public school. The
roster of teachers this ear is as fol
lows: O. L. Hargrove, room (i; L. D.
Macom, room o; Miss Alva Harrett,
room 4: Miss Lora KUInghouse, room
.S; Miss llaol Miller, room '2: Miss
Letilia MeFarland, room 1.
Walter Dorris, who is at Creal
Springs with his brothers, John and
Harve, wrote to his father last Friday:
"Dear papa: I am getting along nice
ly: do not want to come homo: having
a good time: please send me a, pair of
ox blood slippers, some 111ms for my
Kodak, and don't forget the check.
Those nigger trials over at Caruth
ersville must be getting pietty import
ant, to put the tax a.ei's to so much
expense to select a jury. Suiely a
competent jur, of white men can be
found in Caruthersville to try a negro,
without scouring tin remotest iecese-
of the county for jurymen.
A full line of Walt ham, Elgin, Ham
deu, Springlleld and .South Bend
watchoB, We handle no 'iiula. Noth
ing but the best, that has passed in
spection at the factory. (JhaB. Clootl
rich, Caruthersville. !!0
.Tas. Johnson. Win. Webster, fiiiy
Tansil and Johnnie Sheehan were
among tboci'iiwd who came up with the
Covington ball team Sunday. We
would five all the names, only we did
not have time to see them. There
weie about 22 in all.
For sale at a bargain one of the
nicest residcnceH in town, corner,
near business, 7 rooms, 2 stories, '2 or
.' lots and 4 loin on oposite Bide of
Htreet. J. N. Clement, Tyler or C.
W. Frick, Hayti. 5tf
M. 11. Lewis ol Braggadocio lcturn
ed Monday fiom Camp Hadley. at
Nevada, Mo., and leports a ery en
joy able encampment for the soldier
hoys. There were about !',.j()0 in all.
Bridge timber and lumber of all
kindB, 2 and 2);. in. oak flooring, Ride
walk lumber, oak and cypress, dress
eu and rough palings, always on hand
at reasonable prices. C. W. Frick.
Esq. Klingingsmith reports that he
married two couple Sunday, Albert
Pitts to Miss Charleie Patterson and
Walter Hull to Miss Hessie Neil.
Everybody likes good, froth, clean
meat. Chas. Morgan has bought the
Dyei butcher shop, and has thoioughly
overhauled and lenovated same.
Dovy Chisin happened to the mis
fortune the other day, while loading1
logs, to break the hind legs of one of
his best mules.
Paints, oils and gluss.
maiin's Drugs Store.
"Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has
cured me of heart disease of
over 20 years' standing. I was
so bad that I could not do my
work, and could scarcely draw
a full breath without fainting or
smothering. The doctor told me
he could do no more for me;
then I commenced taking the
Heart Remedy. I shall never
forget that night. I slept better
than I had before in months. I
kept right on getting better, un
til I was perfectly well."
MRS. LAURA RUSSELL,
When the heart action is
weak, it fails to pump the blood
through the lungs with sufficient
rapidity. Then the lungs do not
absorb the proper amount of
oxygen, although they may be
taking in a normal amount of
air. The result is shortness of
breath, smothering spells, diffi
cult breathing, oppressed feeling
in chest. Dr. Miles' Heart Rem
edy strengthens the hearty nerves
and muscles, and in this way
increases the circulation.
Get a bottle from your drug
gist. Take it according to direc
tions, and if it does not benefit
he will return your money.
Johnnie Clemens and family of Tyler
left Sunday for u visit at Mr. Clemens'
old home at Continental, Ohio, whew
they will remain for about M) days,
when they will visit Mrs. Clemens'
sister at Hellville, Til., when Mr.
Clemens will return home, leaving his
family for a brief stay.
William Swan died last Saturday
night and was buried at Woodhiwn
cemetery Sunday alternoon, under the
auspices of the M. W. A. Mr. Swan
leaves a young wife and infant baby ,
a. fatlier and two brothers to mourn
bis loss, who hae the sympathy of a
large circle of friends.
Mrs. Mabel Donaldson of Tipton
ville, Tenn.. wife of Lockey Donald
son, and daughter, came over witli
Mrs. Dr. F. A. Mayes from ICennett
Thursday and will remain several days
on a visit. Airs. .Mayes is her aunt.
Mr. Donaldson is cashier of a. bank at
Ice users should got our coupon
books. Saves worry and time mak
ing change, avoids mistakes, always
ready. Terms cash. Money refunded
nny time. Books carried on wagon,
llaytl Storage. HOtf
Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Haiid left last
Thursday for Louisville, Kv., whew
they will remain for sometime. Mrs.
Hand is in bad health, and Drs. Cri
der and Trautiuann advised her to
make this change.
We are closing out our Columbia,
Victor and Zonophone 10 inch records
at 45 cents each. We have 1,000 re
cords in stock. Also a good discount
on gniphophonea. Chas. Goodrich,
Habe Hutlstutter informs us that the
Chas. Thinner Planing .Mill Co. of St.
Louis are preparing to open an ntlice
in llaytl. with him as local manager.
Th buy mostly cypioss and oak.
Grit Rote 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.
The Church of Christ will begin a
series of meetings at the Dowd school
house next Satin day night, and will
continue seeral days.
Those Silver Negligeeshirts at J. L.
Dorris' are beauties. The man who
wears silver Blurts, has no shirt
Tw ico-u-Veek Democrat: Misses
Ethel and Tiessie Hridgwood visited
the family of D. D. Haibert of Hayti
The oil house at the railroad shops
caught lire Monday night, but by
prompt action the Haines were quickly
J. L. Dorris' has the finest lino of
laces and embroideries ever brought
to Hayti. Ask to see them, whether
you want to buy or. not.
Mrs. Liz.ie Wallace and family of
Paiagould, Ark., ure visiting Mrs.
Wallace's nephew, Lee Spencer and
Now is a good time to have the Her
ald sent to your friends and lelatives.
They will enjoy it more than a lettci,
because it tells all the new a.
Fied Iludgens, after finishing the
addition to the Elmer Stephens resi
dence, leturnedto his home at Stanley
We have some extra good things In
Mrs. La Hue Is suffering from the
olTects of a congestive chill, which she
had last Friday night.
Gooilficsli, clean meats, irood weights
and rouiteotiH tieatincnt is the motto
at Chas. Morgan's butcher shop. :(7tf
Mrs. Hrownliald and youngest son
returned from a visit to Marshal,
Don't forget that J. L. Dorris is
still soiling that old Kentucky Green
ville tobacco 4 plugs for a quarter. j
Miss Letitia MeFarland visited Miss
Cora De Lisle and sister at Portage
ville Saturday. I
The Herald is now located on the
ground floor orthe city hall, where
visitors are always welcome. i
C. S.York and wife were out from
Caruthersville Sunday, on a visit to
the Herald gung.
A full line of Mason's Fruit Jars, in
all sizes, and the large size jelly
glasses, at J. L. Dorris.'
Amos HulTman was in Dunklin
county lust week, in interest of the
Piano and Organ for Bale, at a bar
gain. Firstclass condition. G. W.
Dorris, Hayti. 17tf
Virg. P. Adamr
nett Monday, ii.
went oer to ICen
tlie interest of the
Chickens waVti'il highest market
price paid, cash or trade. Spot Cash
L. L. Loller ai rived homo from Hot
Springs Sunday night, much improved
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp's
latest and best special brew. Caruth
Mack Ray . of Tennessee, was in
Hay ti this week, looking after business
I will accommodate those wanting
Lime, Brick or Cement. P. S. Raven
of New Madrid
family Sunday. I
Mrs. S. Frankle
isited I. Kohn and
Good, fresh, clean lard for sale all
the time at Chas. Morgan's butcher
Harry Henderson and family of Con
cord isited in H.iyti Sunday.
md up to date.
men's and boy's underwear for
weather. Gut something thin
keep cool. J. L. Dorris.
Don't fail to notice tliechungo in the
C. W. Frick ad. He has all kinds of
building material to sell you.
JiiBt received, a new lot of "Silvor"
Collars, the only collar with the llni
cord eyelet. They wont tear out. J.
This week J. J. Utley handed us $1
to send the paper to his son, R. II.
Utley, at Walter, Texas.
Gum and maple boxing 812.50 a
1,000. 10 ft. cypress fencing 814 u 1,000.
Everything else in proportion. O. W.
Jim Dyerund Tom Pulleni of llrugga
docio left Monday for a visit to their
old home in Webster county, Ky.
Eat icecream and sodau in HIiuIPb
Bummer Garden, the coolest place in
Our place is clean
Come and see Chas.
Mrs. C. W. Frick, who has been ill
for sometime, is better now.
White goods the best and most at
tractive line in town. L. C. Averill.
Johnnie Dunmire, thedrug drummer.
was in Hayti Monday.
Fresh, river channel catfish on tap
at the Big Light Restaurant. 3!ltf
The infant of Mr. and Mrs Albert
Stacy is ill of feser.
Cole & Lilly's double body paint, at
Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store. 2(1
C. C. Rodgers says he just must
have the Herald.
Call for n bottle of Tip Top, Lomp'B
special brew. Caruthersville.
J. L. Deliishmutt is a cash subscriber
to the Herald.
Use the best, Honour's floor paint.
Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store. 20
Jus. Light of Covington was in Hay
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp's
special brow. Caruthoravillo.
James Hr.icey was hero from Paseola
Call in to hoc the Herald at its new
homo and subscribe for it.
T. White visited in Senath
GIubb of all kindB
mann's Drug Store.
O. T. Martin is among our puid
Miss Pearl Chism is right ill this
Hates Hyrd is on the sick list this
I take this opportunity to inform the
public that I have purchased the sa-
' loon business formerly known us the
Tom Johnson Half-Way Houso, atCa
! ruthersvillo. I will appreciuto tho
' putronuge of my friends und acquaint
' ancos, and invito you to call and see
mo when in town.
I Fred Morgan.
There's always one store in every
town that pulls just a little harder for
your trade than some other store---that
appreciates your trade just a little more
and offers you just a little better induce
ments'? Certainly you do.
Does it not seem right to yourself
that you should buy your goods as cheap
ly as possible and get full value for every
dollar you spend? Certainly so.
Then is it not plain to you that I could
not afford to advertise these facts to you
and tell you of my methods unless I could
make good and prove that I am right.
Think this over and come to my store
and see for your self. Let's talk matters
over and figure on a bill of goods.
Come and convince your self that my
store is a good place to trade.
Lb wb AwERSLiL
Have an account with us. Why not let us
You certainly realize that it is very much to
your interest that you have a bank account
in no other way can you so surely safe
guard your credit and protect your finan
Come in and see us.
CAPITAL STOCK $20,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $1,500
John L. Dohkis, Pros. L 0. AvnitiM,, Vice-Pres.
T. A. McNaii., Cashier.
John L. Dokhib. Jack avkkili.. L. L. Li:ki.kk.
Dh. J. W. Johnson. I. Kohn. B. S. Stkakns.
Stirling H. McCahty.
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"S A. J. DORRIS, Pros. J. S. WAUL. Vice-Pres.
C. J. PROVINE, Cashier and Secretary.
Loans to Farmers, Merchants and Lumbermen. Rates
Reasonable. Good Notes Nought. Deposits Solicited. Fair
and Courteous Treatment.
A. J. Dorris. D. 0, Stubbs. 0. J. Provlne.
J. S. Wahl. G. V. Dorris.
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