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I'Vni't tlm square.
Subacribo for the Ilayli Herald.
S. J. .letters was sick lust week.
Mrs. Dave Williams is ill tills week.
Jai. Argo is .serving on tlio petit
John Childors ami family is expect
ing to move to Portageville this week.
For fancy drees goods and Indies
waists and skirts, see Sanders Bros.
Miss Carrie Richmond left Tuesday
for St. Louis to attend a millinery
White gooda the best and most at
tractive line in town. L. 0. Avorlll.
Ingle was on the sick list last
Miss Vivie Smith left for 3t. Louis
Tuesday night, to enter a millinery
I will accommodate Hiohp wanting
Lime, Uriok orCement. P. S. Raven
Morgan Worth is spcntinr a new
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iirs. kuiho nam pion oi rortairevine
Charlie Keirsey went to Micola v!ls the guest of Mrs. H. T. Adams
K. T. Adams visited Portageville, Our place is dean and up to date.
last week. j Come and hoc Chas. Morgan's butcher j ed home Saturday evening
Gayoso shop. ,'17tf t ports a good meeting.
J. L. Dorrls left for Crcal Springs,
111., this week, whore lie will join his
hoys, and remain about two weeks,
on ids annual vacation.
Don't forget that J. L. Dorrin Is
still soiling that old Kentucky Groon
villo tobacco I plugs for a quarter.
Just received, a now lot of "Silver"
Collars, the only collar with tho llni
cord oyolet. They wont tear out. J.
Dr. .1. G. Crider has been .suffering
from ivy poisoning on his foot, but
will be out by tho last of the week.
Those Silver Negligee shirts at J. L.
Dorris' are beauties. The man who
wears silver shirtB, has no shirt
Rev. T. G. Fallin, who has been
assisting Rev. King at Wyatt, return-
was in from
Miss OUio Murphy, who is staying
Charlie Spencer was able to get out at liri.ggadocio, visited home folks
The infant of Mr.
and Mis. Groves
K.ra Hicks of Finley, 'JVnn., was in
Geo. Webb of Braggadocio was
town lust week.
Wo havo some extra good things in
men's and boy's underwear for hot
weather. Got something thin and
(Jowl, fresh, clean lard Tor sale all KUUP uoul- " ' "urrlB
the time at Chaa. Morgan's butcher I .John Ham of Carlisle, 'JVnn., was
whop. -'7tf here last week and paid the Herald a
Mrs. John T. Hucklev and children ' l1esnt will. John says he is well
left for a visit to relatives at Lamar, l'lensed with his Tennessee home.
B TUAT THH If I
, f ,. I. , ... ' Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lamp's
1'. !:. Ham of ( arlisle, Jenn.. was ,.ltpflt am best Hpecial brew. Uaruth-
here last week.
Mis. J. 1 Ingle has been right ill
for several das.
Paints, oils and glass. Dr. Traut
maun's Drugs Store. 2(J
Mrs. Guy Sandeis, after a long ill
ness, is convalescent.
Mrs. John Hurt of Caruthersville
visited in llati Mondav.
Miss Annie Hobson, who is teaching
at Samford. spent Saturday and Sun
day in Ilayti.
Kat ice cream and sodas in Shell's
.Summer Garden, the coolest place in
Miss Ada Hayes left for St. Louis
Monday night, where she will enter a
Call in to see the Herald at its
liome and subscribe for it.
('apt. II. K. Allen had ihemisfortune
to lose his hoise last week.
Chickens wanted highest market
price paid, cash or trade. Spot Cash
J. L. Dorris' haB tho llnest line of
lac.es and embroideries over brought
to Ilayti. Ask to seo them, whether
you want to buy or not.
Now is a good time to have the Her
ald sent to your friends and relatives.
They will enjoy it more than a letter,
because it tells all the news.
Last Thursday J. J. Utley was show
ing the linest tiling in the tomato lino
we ever saw. There were live large,
ripe tomatoes in one hunch weighed
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. 1 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.
Oak Leaf Flour, per sack 85c
Bouquet Flour, per Sack 75c
Oak Leaf Flour in wood $7.00
Bouquet Flour in wood 6.50
1 Gal. Oil Can 15c. Filled with oil ... 30c
Clans of all kinds
mann's Drug Store.
Clothing cleaned and pressed and
all work guaranteed. Leave orders
at Gaskins' barber shop or my rei-1
dence. J. M. Argo. 27tf
It seems strange the Hayti ball team'
can not make expenses on their home ,
Piano and Organ for sale, at a bar- i m-ounds. vetthev have never been de-1
gain. rirstciass condition. U. w. , . , . , . ,
tw.iu ir.i ,r.; feated at home. Arethepeo
interest in base ball?
W. 15. Gordon lias ordered the Her-
Dr. Mil ford Uiggs of the Missouri
Baptist's Orphans Home preached at
Hayti Sunday night.
; people losing i
Thcjoung son of Mr. and Mrs.1
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t M,ill .MUJklll IIIUII 11411 I IIMIItt T . . r .
If you don't seo it in tho Herald it
let hunnnuri tfii rlirl twt toll lie
o ijuwiiMnu ww nt tij. ivii vti7. ri r-r l i ft i e 1 1
1 aid sent to ids niece Miss Mabel Gor- unt ivoio aspnan roiiiuin, leimpar ,
Rimer Tatum and wife have return- .,. .,, ii,i,f,i,i, 'iVnn surface ono side, sanded surface one,
ed from a visit to Kentuckv. don, at Humboldt, lenn. ,,, 0ne of the best roofings made. ,
! A full lino of Mason's Fruit Jars, in c,l a"d 8ee ll nn(1 et prices. C. W. '
Fresh, river channel cat llsb on tap nl, aIzeH an(i tho ,arg0 8izo , Frick. 30tf ,
at the Big Light Restaurant. AM B,llB8(JB at j. ,,. Dorri8, Kpunk ri.anford had ,H., arm
Mrs. Rebecca A.lan.s made a busi- ,. ' severely burned with carbolic acid last ,
ness trip to Maiden last 1-riday. ',,,., , , .,, , ,"?.... week, while doctoring a colt. The
Pie Poaches, two cans for. 25c
Ithubaib, 15c, two for . . . L'oe
Heavyweight oysters 10c
Kag e brand milk for the
20 mule tentn borax 5c
Coal Oil, per gallon . .15c
Hei't corn 10c. S for 25c
No. 2 Pump pitcher 1.25
Galvanized pump pipe, per
4 foot pump point 1.50
5 foot juimp point 2.00
Mason quart jar pickles 20c
10 iuart tin buckets loo
10 quart dish pans 15c
1 gal. water kegs 5iY 2 gal. 05c
No. 2 galvanized tubs 05c
No. !i galvanized tubs 70c
J bushel measure with bail -10c
Canvas gloves 10c. I! pair.. 25c
Fruit jar lops with rubbers
per dozen 25e
51b bucket coil'ee, with pair
large shears in bucket 1 00
Tomatoes, per can 10c
Standard granulated sugar.. OAc
5011) for 3.00
Coin lelish 10c. !5 for 25c
IIU) can dill pickles 15c
Kwibs soap per bur lc
Lenox soap per bar lc
Export borax soap per bar. lc
Echo soap per bar 5c
SPOT CASH GROCERY
Hayti, - Mo.
docio Sunda , and informed
Colo & Lilly's double body paint, at his wife s qu''e ill.
ur. rrauwnann's urtig esiore. -m
Elmer and John I. Stephc
ed court at Caruthersville .Y
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lump's
special brew. Carutheraville.
Henry Dortcli has just installed a
system of lights in the Masonic hall.
.yp.t-i.s Economy'' shingles!
.. wwin ...t.!1.. .1 i . r r '
-.-...u ,..:. ..,m. w... uie nisi. . .1. i,inria o n,lrl QU i nnlr flonrinrr. Hi,l.
Munis, Gayoso, Mo. 1-I1H walk lumber, oak and cvpress, dress-
Mi., mv M,.,r,, f lfonn,.t.t is pu ami rouRh pallnRB, alwiiyB on hand
visiting her arents, Mr. and Mrs.
colt knocked the medicine out of her "" J1 1""" ' "",K "" "
hand, spilling it on her arm. Wil"te(1 to' an( .has Ciln(id- ls'vcd
ii 1'iu u r tiui it pu iwiir .fi unit)
a ! '
uruige timner and mmnnr hi aii,icmis:iml tomatoes this year, with
out instructions from any one.
L'se tho best, Honour's floor paint.
Dr. rrautmann's Drug Store.
Collin Morgan at this place.
Crockery, (lower pots, granitewaro,
o,j glasswaro, tinware and woodonware,
nt Sanders Hros. -11 -It
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lernp'H
special brew. Caruthersville. Mrs. Lum Lellor and grandson
., ,, ,. .,,, . , . lOrnest, and Miss f.etitia McKarland
Mrs. Hello Allison has returned to , , ' , , ,, ,, .
Hayti from her visit to Hraggadoeio. ll-,ft fo1" II(,t Springs Monday.
I. Hen Miller's ico cream for sale at 'l''"-' Herald is now located on the
Shell's Big Light Restaurant. 10tf ground lloor of the city hull, where
visitors are always welcome.
at reasonable prices. C. W. Frick.
Mrs. N. Newby of ICennett visited
her daughter, Mrs. W. 15. Gordon,
Thursday to Sunday.
Herb Hobson has accepted a position
' as operator at Omaha, Neb., and left
for that place last Saturday.
Gum and maple boxing $12.50 a
, 1.0U0. lti ft. cvpross fencing 31 1 a 1,000.
Buy a vvagon a "Birdsell Wagon" Everything else in proportion. 0. W.
oecauso tney are made to run and lTlck
not to plav with. This is tho heBt , . . . , , , .,,
wacon made, and 1 have iust received M'ss Virgie Adams of l'ortagevi 1.
nlilnmnnt. iliroi.t fnim tlin fui-tnrv nl WHS the L'lll'st of MllUll and
soutii liemi, Hid uon'i tail
me. Hell for Cash or time.
There is considerable sickness in the
country now, and every one should use
caution about what they eat. On a
year like this very little green stuff,
melons, et?., should be used.
When you see a cross mark on your
paper, made with a ponoil, it tolls you
that your subscription is out and wo
ask you to renew at once. Not hear
ing from you promptly, we will Btop
Clayton Williams is another Herald
The great war dance, barbecue and
celebration of the Improved Order of
Red Men, August 20 and 21, is now
assuming shape. The advertising
will be printed out this week, and tho
various committees called together for
W. H. Gordon and family will leave
for their summer vacation Monday.
They will lirst go to Mr. Gordon's old
home at Gibson Wells, Tenn., for
about two weeks, thence to Mrs. Gor.
don's old home at Higbee, Mo., for
, '., tt ... .i about two weeks
subscriber. He is now putting up the
to soo Adams last Friday and Saturday.
fir.st house for the Frisco on their 1200
acre tract of land near Hayti. There
will be twelve residences in all.
Wo are closing out our Columbia,
lltf Victor and Zonophone 10 inch records
ai 40 corns eaun. we navn i.uuu re
cords in stock. Also a good discount
lolin on graphophones. Ohas. Goodrich,
Concohi). Postolllce: Hayti, Mo.
Gfiii.ir-i-Hh.t-lFii.il meats. L-nod weiirhts ' Rome good work is being dono on
and courteous treatment is the motto tlie streets, and much weeds are being
at ClniK. Morgan's butcher shop. H7tf
. . . LUMBER FOR SALE . . .
Sidinj, Boxing, Flooring, Ceiling, Doors and
Windows, at Reasonable Prices.
NEAR SANDERS BROS. OLD STAND. - HAYTI. MISSOURI
For hciiilaclio Ur. Mllra' Aiitl-l'aln Pills
Arch S. Russell, of tho Alfalfa
Farming Co., who lias been at Farin
ington for some time, came down last
Thursday and remained until Satur
day night. The Russell Brothers
have bought a lumber business at
Farniington, and he will look after the
It. Milts' Anti-Pain Pills lelli-vc iiiiin
KkA ifti tfh AA itk ifli h tlit Jit JV Jit JU. rfW JU itlt rfb tfk A. Jt ttlt Jit iflt
Best Granulated Sugar
per 1 00 pounds - $6.25
Best Patent Flour - 90c
Good Patent Flour - 80c
Bran - - - 1.50
y2 Gal. Mason Jars - 90c
I Qt. Mason Jars - 70c
Quart Tin Cans - - 45c
Pump Piping - - - 12c
Pump Pitchers - - 1 .20
Pump Points - - 1.10
Henry Dislon Handsaw 2.10
Bale Ties - 1 .25
We make many other prices.
We also carry the host lino of Axes, Crosscut Saws and Nail Ham
mers in town. Call and see us. As eveiy ono knows, our goods are all
new and fresh, bought alum tho lire. k
tN.rlk Jkl, S,.r.. SANDERS BROS. n, No. 77. R
cut. Cleaning up sliould become
general, however, which would greatly
improve the health of tho town.
The regular August term of probate
court will bo hold Monday and Tues
day, August 0th and 10th. Those
having business with probate court
should make a note of the date.
Last week and this week tho Herald
has been considerably handicapped on
tho account of sickness in tho family.
Wo co the best we can, however, and
hope our readers will hear with us.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Gwin presented
the Herald force with some of the
llnest peaches wo ever saw in South
1 east Missouri. They are tho famous
i Elberta, and largo and perfect in
I Charlie Wilson and Ah. Sanders of
I Dry IJayou were in town Tuesday, and
closed a deal with Harry Schilling for
tho new school house to ho erected on
the northoast corner of tho Schilling
place. Work will begin at once.
This week we wore presented with a
jar of nice peach preserves, put up by
Dawson Wells, tho young son of C.
P. Wells. Now, don't all the girls
muko goo-goo eyes at once Dawson
VIRG. P. ADAMS
Ken! Kstulo and Insurance
Ollico South Side Square
Hayti, - - - Mi&souim
Ilayti, - - Mo.
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 wesl, call on
J. G. SARIUS
Agent Frisco Lines
HAYTI. - - - MO.
Soda Fountain and Summer Garden
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 SUMMER GARDEN
Is built for ladies or ladies and escourts. It is the
coolest place in S. E. Mo. TO EAT AND DRINK.
C. M. SHELL, Proprietor,