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v Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers ?
Jar rubbers tit Leflor's.
Mrs. A. J. Dorria is aguin quite ill
PaintB and oil at Letter's.
Marshal Letter returned from Jef
ferson Barracks Friday, where he de
livered a dehertinj,' soldier.
All kinds of boot, bIioo and harness
James Owens of Dog Skin was in repairing done in an up-to-date man-
Window glaBB at Lefler'B. '
Mrs. Dr. F. A. Muyos was ill tho
Urst of the week.
Building paper at Letter's.
J. K. Grifen fo McGuire, Mo., was
in llayti this week.
Rubber roofing at Letter's.
Hooker Sanders was out from Ca
60 inch bed ticking at J. L. Dorris'.
Harry Schilling was ill last week.
Tom Curtner of Hra,'odoeio was in
Hayti last Thursday.
J. L. Dorris has a full line of sweat
ur coats, from (JOc to 82.i!5.
S. J. .Tollress ii reewvering from a
severe ease of illness.
J. L. Dorris attended county court
at Caruthersville Monday.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Letnp's
Hpecial brew. Caruthersville.
Geo. W. Watkins of Canady paid
this olllce a call last Thurdry.
Mrs. Tien Millliorn and daughter,
Pearl, are visiting in Geneva, Mo.
Large stock of cypres shingles for
sale, cheap, at Hayti. W. J. Morris.
Arthur Bowman of the Cape visited
in Hayti last Thursdry and Friday.
Pair of heavy mules and log wagon
for sale cheap. V. J. Morris, Hay ti.
Joe Farmer's hoitso and contents
was burned at Braggadocio last Fri
day. Our place is clean and up to date.
Come and see Chus. Morgan's butcher
Prof. L. D. Macomb spent Saturday
and Sunday with homefolks at Jack
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp's
latest and best special brew. Caruth
ersville. Miss Hai'.el Miller visited home
folks at Jackson, Mo., Saturday and
Ask to see those Phoenix mufilers
at J. L. Dorris', the very latest in
The Hayti Hunting club uro out on
their annual hunt and having a good
Will Oatcs last week sold L. V.
Young u 4 months old calf that weigh
ed 402 lbs.
Dr. T. J. Trautmann went up to St.
Louis Monday night, to attend to
Surrey for sale, good order, shafts
and tongue, bargain, $25. Mrs. Lou
Morris, Hayti, 50-4
T. J. Ileathcott has sold hi-, home to
J. A. Ilandshaw and moved to tho
Mis. S. L. McNuil of Vorkville,
Term., is visiting her son and family,
T. A. McNail.
Uev. G. M. Brooks is sending the
Herald to Miss Minerva Ileatheott,
The three year old boy of Mr. and
Mrs. Luciun Blackard of Black Island
died last Thursday.
The Methodist Ladies Aid Society
will serve dinner on Thanksgiven day.
Turkey and Pumpkin Pies.
Don't forget, tho Hayti grist mill
will grind your corn or exqhango
meal for it, any day in tho week.
ner, at let livo prices. M. L. Argo.
Elam B. Wills died in the insane
asylum at Farmington. He was well
known to many people in this county.
I Good fresh, clean meats, cood weights
and courteous treatment is the motto
at (.'has. Morgan's butcher shop. 37tf
Collector John W. McFarland was
in Huyti Friday and Saturday, at
tending to the duties of his ollice.
Several desirable residence and
business lots in Hayti for sale. Ap
ply to T. A. McNail, at Bank of Hayti.
Chas. Graham of Fredericktown is
now working in St. Louis, and will
shortly move his family to that place.
The IatoBt & best "Set Snug" union
suits for ludies. Fine ribbed union
suits for men or ladies. J. L. Dorris.
John Haggans and family have re
turned from Dinubu, Tulare Cot,
Calif., to their home at HulTman, Ark.
Tho W. O. W. Lodge will have a
chicken supper at their next meeting,
the second Monday in November.
On account of business at his home
(Petosi, Mo.,) Dr. Cresswell will not bo
in his ollice the first few days of next
The grist mill at Hayti is now ready
for business. Custom work prompt
ly attended to. Meal and chops for
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teaster have the
sympathy of their inan, friends in the
loss of their little infant Saturday
Prof. B. S. Stearns returned from
Cape Girardeau Thursdry night, on
the Stacker Lee, bringing his horse and
That old Pioneer, Henry Hayes, was
in our ollice Saturday, and said lie
wanted the Herald to continue to vis
Ollie Woodurd is now running out
of Chaffee, and Mrs. Woodard will
remain awhile with her mother at Ca
ruthersville. Dr. J. W. Johnson and C. J. Klkins
made a trip to Oceola. Ark.. Sunday
night, and we hope to mention the
Ladies' and gents' clothing cleaned
and pressed in up-to date style. M.
L. Argo, South Side Square, Next
Door to J. L. Dorris.
On account of lack of time we were
coinpeled to leave out some country
correspondence this week, from Pas
cola and Davis Chaple.
"Klosolit" petticoats fit without a
wrinkle and without alteration.
Made with elastic gore no strings.
Guaranteed to fit. J. L. Dorris.
C. M. Shell has changed his place
and remodeled everything and is get
ting ready for winter business, with a
restaurant and oyster garden.
Mr. and Mrs. Klmor Stephens had
quite a delightful drive Sunday, going
to and from Cottonwood Point, by
way of Game and tho Mound.
Last week It. W. Gunion moved his
photo studio to tho room over the
postoflice in the city hall, where lie is
prepared to do all kindB of photo
Ladles' and gents' tailoring, dying,
cleaning, altering, pressing and re
pairing done and saliBfaliou guaran
teed. Prices reasonable. At my
residence. Mrs. J. M. Argo, 2tf
W. B. Willson and J. E. Grifen
made a deal Monday, whereby Mr.
Willson secures thu state right to Mr.
Grifen's patent head halter, th e con
sideration being a two-acre lot in
Asli Down, Ark.
Judge W. W. Tarkington is this
week soliciting for the chiidorns' Home
Society ot Mo, All donations should
be left at Bob 1'opham's by next Mon
day. Anything on have to give will
be'apprieiated and immediately ship
ped to the home. This is a worthy
cause, and all who can should aid.
Don't be deceived, but
ask the price and see
the quality. We are
here to make good.
Oak Leaf Four in wood $6.50
Same in 48 lb sacks 1.70
Same in 24 lb sacks 85
Boquet Flour in wood 5.75
Same in 48 lb sacks 1.50
Same in 24 lb sacks 75
Cranberries per quart 10c
Celery per bunch 5c
Lemons per dozen 15c
Everything else in proportion.
We're after your business.
Do You Think More of Your.
Finances than You do of j
You insuie your house and your
bam, why not limine your lite? "You
realize what a misfortune it would be
if your piopeity weie totally dest toyed
anil you nail to sutler the entire finan
cial loss. It would be a loss you could
ill all'ord, and perhaps it would be im
possible for you lo continue in your
present mode of living if you were de
prived of this valuable possession.
Why then do you not realize 'hat a
misfortune it would be to your family
should Tilbllt valuab e propqrtv j
YUUKSELF, their hieadwinnei be ,
destioyedV should death claim you
and it WILL, soonei or laid, iimybe
sooner- -yum loss would be one your
family could ill uilbul to suil'ei per
haps your children would fail to get an
educution, peiluip? your wife would go
to the washtub, pc-ihups your propci ty
would be suciiliced to pay u debt
YOU aiu yotn family's- must valuable
possession, and YOU haven't a guaran
tee that yuu ate going to live a day.
of com be YOU don't expect to die
foi a long, long time. Most healthy
people count on living indefinitely.
Still, "you can never tell.'" If, and
don't you forget the "if," you
SE10IJLD die, then your home and
ftunilv would lie threatened, because
their inoney-cainer wouldn't be there
to protect them.
Life is uncertain, but life insurance
makes uncertainties CKUTAJN. Old
line life insurance is not only good
if you die, but it in good if you live.
Ever think of it that way? It's a fact.
Yot can not take out file insurance so
you will receive nny of your money back
unless your property is destroyed; but This is the kind of insurance
you can take out a life insurance policy ought to have and the kind 1 have lor
which will entitle you to the return
not only ul'a pniton of the money ou
put in. but all of it back. WHETHKK
YOU DIE OK NOT. It is better than
ii saving bank, because your money
is theie for you and you get your life
insurance extia, free.
This is the kind ol insurance lOU
If you will drop me a postal card I
will gladly tell you all about it. Do it
now. Don't wait until tomorrow.
YOU may be dead then, and dead
people are woithless to themselves,
their families and everybody. Today,
now, is only yoius.
('. S. Yuan, t'aiutheisville, Mo.
V. H. Willson has just returned
from Dunklin county, where he was
working in the interest of the Im
proved Order of Ked Men.
O. II. Dewey has accepted a position
with F. M. Perkins. He is an old
business man, and customers can de
pend upon good treatment.
Mule For Hale At public auction,
Sat. !1 p. m., Nov. 13, at Hayti Grist
Mill. Known as Stubbs mule. Good
condition. Mrs. Etna Linda Daley.
The meeting at tho M. E. Church is
still going on. There bus been '24
conversions and ten additions to the
church. Pastor Fallin is well pleased
and invites everyone to come out.
J. L, Dorris haB received some sam
ples of of Scotch casHimeres, in Arc
tic grey colorings, from which they
are making tho very latest things in
JHk tHP I Ii JHk ii uSi
Staple and Fanoy Groceries, Fruits and Produce
We also handle Fresh Bread, Celery and Choice BreakfaSl Foods
Graniteware, Tinware, Glassware, etc.
We make tho best prices possible and will appreciate your trade.
NEAR 8ANDER8 BROS. OLD STAND. - HAYTI, MISSOURI
NEW PHOTO GALLERY
Do not delay having your photoB made tomorrow 1b often too late.
Now Is the time, I do all kinds of work, post cards, enlarging, and de-
: : : veloping films and printing for amateurs. ; : ;
If you haven't bought your fall suit, don't listen to any one, but come
straight to us, and we will show you some of the nobbiest clothes you ever
saw. We will guarantee to fit you as wel as any tailor made suit, at much
less cost. Below we quote you only a few paices, to give you an idea of what
we have. Better listen!
Clothes to Fit ?i
Latest Thing in Grey $25.00
Black Granite 16.50
Neat Stripe 10.00
And many others, too numerous
Fancy Black and White Stripe $ 1 5.00
Black Mercerized, Satin Lined 1 0.00
Grey Mercerized, Salin Lined 10.00
Come and let us fit you with one,
and see what values we please others,
and surely can please you.
We ask your trade only if we can
please you, and we are confident
that we can do this, if you will con
sult your own interest.
F. W. GUNION. ARTIST
Southeast Room City Hall Up Stairs.