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Many things Worth Keading, Condensed tor busy Readers ?
Wall paper ut Letter's.
.ToelColm is quite ill of fever this
Jar rubbers at Letter's.
V. II. Smith was in Ilayti several
days hist week.
PdintH and oil nt Letter's.
Kverton Specr of Tlrajftfadoelo was
in town last Friday. -
Window glais at Letter's.
Miss Anna llobson has resinned her
school at Sainford.
Building papor nt Letter's.
SheriiT Chip Franklin attended to
business at Ilaytl Friday.
Rubber roofing nt Lefler'H.
Frank Perkins is taking in the
centennial at St. Louis.
Fresh oysters are now on tap nt the
Blc Light Restaurant. 3!)tf
Dr. R. S. Keirsey of llraggndocio
was in Ilayti Saturday.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Letup's
special brew. Oaruthersville.
Miss Dora Ingle visited her mother
at C'aruthersvillo Friday.
Lee Dones and wife were in C'a
ruthersvillo last Thureday.
J. S. Sturm, the lumber king, was at
home from Steele Sunday.
Cull for a bottle of Tip Top, Lump's
special brow. Oaruthersville.
Mrs. Henry Ransburgh and children
visited in I'ortagcville Sunday.
I. Ben Miller's ice cream for sale at
Shell's Big Light Restaurant. 40tf
Mrs. Mitchell will occupy the hotel
building vacated by Mrs. Gates.
Now, homemade sorghum, the best
yon ever tasted, at J. L. Dorris'.
Mrs. L. A. Jones is visiting her
daughter at San Antonio, Texas.
Mrs. Fannie Gates has discontinued
her hotel and moved to St. Louis.
J. L. Dorris has just received a nice
line of ladies' scarfs and Newports.
Dr. J. V. Johnson loft for St. Louis
Sunday to attend the centennial.
Our place is clean and up to date.
Come ami see Chas. Morgan's butcher
L. L. Leller and mother Mrs. C. L.
Lfller and Krnost Leller are in St.
Louis, to attend the centennial.
A lino hoy was horn to Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Cunningham Saturday
night, Dr. Mayes attending.
Eat ice cream and Hndns in Shell's
Summer Garden, the coolest place in
Mrs. V. O. Funk of Cincinnati is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
Good, fresh, clean laid for sale all
the time at Chas. Morgan's butcher
Mrs. Carrie Trainor of I'iggot,
Ark., is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lomp's
lateBt and best special brew. Oaruth
ersville. D. M. Fitzgerald of the Oaruthers
ville Marble Works, was in Ilayti
J. L. Dorris has I lie largest lino of
shirt and waist ginghams ever shown
Stella Hugos, the little infant who
was suffering from gangrene, died
Good cypress "Economy" shingles
$1.10 per 1000 while they fast. W. J.
Morns, Gayoso, Mo. 1-38
Virg P. Adams returned Monday!
from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. lona !
Mrown. at Deering.
Ask tos"e that Irnh poplin at J. L.
Wantkd A girl to learn the print-1
' ing trade. Must bo willing to work
a month without pay. Good oppor
, tunity. Herald Olllco.
Highest cash price paid for chickens
at C. M. Shell's Restnurant. 44
Oil and Gas Lease Forms for Sale,
Wo have prepared and printod n
lot of oil and gas lease forms, which
wo will Hell at 2 cents each. Herald.
Store Rooms for Rent or Lease.
Four store rooms for rent, known
as the Franklin Block, south side of
the square. Apply to T. A. McNail,
at Bank of Hayti 41t
For snlo, 75o per buBhol. The very
best that grows. Enquire either at
J.L. DorriB store, Hayti, or F. D.Mor
ris farm, Concord.
Notice is hereby given that Virg.
P. Adams now has exclusive control
over Woodlawn Cemetery. All pay
ments due on lots should be made to
him. R. G. Sandidoi:, Cranite,Okla.
J. H. TATE, Proprietor
Firstclass, New and Up-to-date, Neat and Clean
Short Orders Served at All Hours. We Have Good Cooks
Courtesy and Good Order Prevails.
: : All Kinds of Temperance Drinks, Tobaccos and Cigars : :
Your patronage respectfully solicited. Located at the FrlBCO Depot.
NEW PHOTO GALLERY
Do not delay having your photoB made tomorrow Is often too late.
Now is the timo. I do all kindB of work, post cards, enlarging, and do-
: : : veloping films and printing for amateurs. : : ;
FR. W. QUIMION. ARTIST
Second Door South of the Bank of Hayti.
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Residence For Sale.
Finest and best residence in Hayti.
Will either Hell or trade. Reason for
selling, have moved to farm. Deal
direct with owner. Save middlemons'
proilt. F. D. Morris, Hajti, Mo.
Cut Price on Lumber.
In order to make room, I make the
following special prices: One lot
........uuu luwlnir ftin tn $12.ftf) nor 1000.
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DorriB'. It looks and wears like silk, Good prime shingles S2.50 per 1000
but is much cheaper. All colors. , 0ne iot 2x4, 2xG,!x8 and 2xl0's, $12
... ,,,.,, f, .i mi per 1000. One lot cull oan anu cy-
Attorney Wilkes of ('arouthersvillei ,,,, ".,, ttQ ..,, lnnn nvnrcRfl
was in Hayti attending to legal busi- fonninrr si 2 ner 1000.
'Sltams Te.aW & oaw Co.
We have farm and city property for sale on easy terms. If you
want to buy a farm, or city property, see our bnrgains before you
buy. In case you cannot make cash payment, we can help you do
ho. If you have property for sale, list it with us and we will find
you a buyer. We advertise for sale in the Hayti Herald all pro
perty listed with us. We also handle city property for rent, and
any business entrusted to our hands will be given prompt atten
tion. Call and see us.
"PemvsctA - CowtvXyi, - T&vssoutv
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ness on Monday.
O. W. Friok, Hayti. Mo.
Land For Sale.
Good fresh, cli an meats, trond weights
and courteous tieiitmoul is the motto
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h 80 acres cut over land. The very
Wm. Willettand son, Charley, who best there is in the county, spice wood
have been here about a year, left for ! cane ridge land; not a drop of
J rUIIl Wtllttl Ull IL. iiiin in u.iw ki,w uv
acre tract in the county lor a man
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J. S. WAH.L, Vice-Pree.
Sabiila this week.
Gum and maple boxing S12.G0 a
1,000. 10 ft. cypress fencing S14 a 1,000.
Everything else in proportion. C. W.
J. L. Luelibert is a late subscriber to
the Herald. lie is one of our pro
"Klosoflt" petticoats fit without a
wrinkle and without alteration.
Made with elastic gore no strings.'
Guaranteed to (it. J. L. Dorris.
Mr.s. Katie Alloc, who has been at
Cnr.uihcr.svillc for medical treatment,
is much improved, and will return
home this week.
that wants to open up a small farm.
Deal direct with owner and save mid
F. D. Morris, Hayti, Mo.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT i
Notice is hereby given to all credi-
tors and others interested in the I
estate of Walter Spencer, deceased,
that I, E. L.Spencer, administrator of
said estate, intend to make final
settlement thereof at the next term ,
of the Probate Court of Pemiscot
county, State of Missouri, to be held
at Oaruthersville, Mo., on the 8th day j
of Nov. 1909.
E. L. Spencer, Administrator. ,
Dated at Hayti, Mo., Oct. 7, 1909.
C. J. PROVINE, Cashier and Secretary.
Loans to Farmers, Merchants and Lumbermen. Rates
Rensonnble. Good Notes Bought. Deposits Solicited. Fair
and Courteous Treatment.
A. J. Dorris. D. C. Stubbs. C. J. Provine.
J. S. Wahl. G. W. Dorris.
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DON'T FORGET THE GREAT
AND RACE MEET
4 BIG DAYS 4
OCT, 19 TO 22
Bigger and Better Than Ever
.... Reduced Rates on Railroads and Boats ....
Purses Aggregating $2000 Will Go to the Best
Horses During The Meet
RACES: Running Races, Trotting Races,
Pacing Races, etc. Daily, Morning and Afternoon.
There will be all kinds of amusements, etc., on
the grounds and something doing all the time.
BALOQN ASCENSION DAILY
For Stable Room and other information, address:
SAM EDWARDS, Secretary,
JUG AND MAIL ORDER
Trade receives our most prompt and careful attention.
This class of trade is a specialty with us, and you can trust us
to fill your orders. When you want whiskey for medicinal
purposes when your doctor prescribes it for you or for your
wife and babies, you certainly want the best and purest to be
had, and want your orders filled right. That's exactly what
we will do. Orders filled same day received.
For your Kiiidanro in sendint; us your orders, we pive he
low a list of noods and prices. You can send your order for any
of these noods and rest assured that you will ge just what you
pay for, no matter who you aie or where you live.
G. H. Sharpe, Sit per gnl., per quart J .75
Montreal Malt. The Doctors prescribe this for weak wo
men ami medicinal puipobes, 4 portal., pur quart 1.00
Cedar Brook, bottled in bond. W per (jal., per quart l.'St
Cedar Urook, in barrel, $-1 per jail., per quart 1.00
Yellow Stone, case tfoods, 5 per gal., per quart .25
Yellowstone, in barrel, fl per gal., Per quart LOO
King of Kentucky, !) years old, $4 per gal., per quart 1.00
Old Log Cabin, H per gal,, per quart ,00
Old Atlierton, $i per gul., per quart , 1.00
J. B. T., bottled in bond, $) per gal., per quart l.i5
(ialnesOld Crow, bottled in bond, per quart 1.75
O. T. C. (Hillio Leo) bottled in bond, pur quart 1 50
Guckonheinier Kyo, bottled in bond, pur quart ,50
Anderson County, full quarts, bottled in bond.... , 1.25
Sam Clay, W per gal., pur quart i.(X)
4 year old yellow corn. $3 per gul.. per quart 75
ti year old corn, $2 per gul., quart 50
Sherfeldt Red, $'2 per gal,, quart. 60
Call on me when in Caruthersville. Don't forget the
name and the place. You will be treated right.