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AN UNTERRIFIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER.
VOL. 4.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSjDA'Y, SEPTEMBER 19, 1912.
NO, 15.
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$1,000.00 MISSING.
Lust weolc the report cuinc
from Caruthorsvillo tlmt a pack
ac containing S!1,000, niaili'd by
a St. Louis banlc to the Hank of
Hayti, was missing, and upon in
vestigation, we found that the
package eoutainud only tfl.OOO,
tliat it was mailed from St.
Louis September !), and that
when the mail pouch supposed to
contain the package was opened
at the Hayti postotlice, the pack
age was missing. lAiiling to re
ceive the remittance, Cashier
AlcNail wired the St. Louis bank,
when another $1,000 was for
warded. Postoftico inspectors
have been making a vigilant
search and investigation of the
matter, but up to the present,
we understand, no clue has been
discovered. Lt is said that, the
mail messenger who handled
this package on the train is 70
years old and that he has been
in the service 20 years. One
theory is that the messenger
might have accidently dropped
the package in the wrong pouch.
and that the posroftice receiving
the package failed to forward it
to its proper destination.
It's Stopped, AH Right.
This week we meet a man
on the street the gentleman
avo tried to fence all the cotton
out of Hayti last fall who greet
ed us thus:
"S-s-(hic)sluiy. wish (hie) yud
stop m' (hie) pa(hic)pah-don'l
want t-he r dam (hie) thing a-any
long-h-er.''
The gentleman was informed
that his paper was stopped
promptly when his subscription
expired, March 10, and no doubt
the paper that bothers him is the
one his family borrows from a
neighbor.
Miss Vivian Smith of Kennett
and J.T. Wathen of McGehee.
Ark., were married at Memphis,
Tenn., last Friday. Mr. Wathen
is a prominent business man of
McGehee. Miss Smith is well
known in this city, and her many
friends join in wishing them a
long and happy married life.
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NOT
the prettiest store in
town, but a dandy
place to trade.
Try us.
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AVERILLS STORE
DO SOMETHING.
Next time you feel like saying
"Everybody in town get their
name in the darned paper except
me," stop and think a moment
and see if you have done any-J
thing on which the editor could
base a paragraph about you.
Have you built a new house, en
tertained, or gone on any consid
erable trip? Have you started a
business enterprise, or any move
ment for the public goody Have
you been born, got married or
died, f you have done any of
these things, and the paper has
not mentioned it, be sure it was
because you hid it, despite the
papers vigilance. In a word, if
you wish to be "lamoiis," do
something! Of course, if you
are a "dead one,"' the paper
might now and then put in an
item to the effect that" 'Old
Grouch' is still growing around
the streets,' " but that wouldn't,
be news. Do something and
cackle, and you'll get your name
in the paper all right.
Pemiscot Has First Cotton.
St. Louis, Sept. s. -The tirst
bale of the Kt cotton crop gath
ered in Missouri was the tir-.t to
reach the St. Louis market this
season. It was received yester
day by the Napoleon Hill Cotton
Company from G. W. Hut son of
Caruthersville, and sold on the
cotton exchange to (5. S. Tiffany
& Co. for 115 cents a pound. The
bale graded middling, 1 IS lt
inch staple.
Geo. W. Ravente'n of Mt
Carmel, fll., came clown Wednes
day morning, on account of the
illness of his mother, who had
just arrived to visit her son,
Mayor P. S. Ravenstein. Mrs.
Ravenstein is quite old, and the
worry and inconvenience of the
trip, being alone, was doubtless
more than her indurance.
Amos Huffman is now at New
Rockford. N. D. engaged in the
wheat harvest. When this is over,
he will engage in the flax har
vest. We understand that he is
well pleased with that country.
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BRUSHING UP
Henry Bureh, who owned one
of the best farms near this
city, sold the same the other
day for $1 77 per acre. This will
give an idea to all those who are
waiting to buy land that now is
the time.
House
Paint
Oil Colors
Interior
Enamels
Furniture
Varnish
Wood
Filler
Floor
Paints
' 'myimi
Bicycle
Enamel VARNISH
Inside and BRUSHES
Outside Varnishes
LEFLERS DRUG STORE
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From Now jrU World
Little Miss Ada Bell Fisher,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Fisher, died very suddenly of
brain fever Wednesday morning.
She was a very bright little girl
and loved by all who knew her.
She was in her eighth year.
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Vernicol Stain
and they will have a rich gloss appearance (most
any color) and a smooth hard surface, which will not
readily collect dust and is easily cleaned with a damp
cloth. A half-gallon will be enough for the borders of
an ordinary sized room and an amateur can apply
Vernicol.
Information and color cards free
at our ttore.
Gallons $2.75
Half Gallons.... 1.40
Quarts
Pints
Half Pints
Fourth Pints
PAINT
JUDEN'S GOOD WORK.
Constable Ed Juden leftThurs
day afternoon for Marietta, Ok
lahoma, where he expected to ar
rest and bring back to this state
Win, Kurkendall, who was ar
rested last spring for carrying a
pistol. He made a bond for his
appearance at court, but left the
country before court met. His
bondsmen are having him
brought back at their own ex
pense, as the state does not pay
for apprehending a criminal.
Mr. .Juden deserves some cre
dit for locating this man, and if
the state was a little more liber-
tal, a great many more might be
apprehended, for instance, the
Reverend Mr. Duvall, and oth
ers, who have tlew their kite.
Mr. Juden returned Sunday
night with his prisoner and plac
ed him in jail at Caruthersville.
Big Tent Meeting.
Rev. H. Patterson of Portage-
villewill begin a revival meeting
in this city, under his big tent,
Sunday, September 22. Rev.
Patterson invites all the people
to come out and attend these
meetings and lend their encour
agement and assistance.
Miss Nelle Morgan of Para
gould, Ark., is here on a visit to
her brothers, Fred and Charlie.
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McCARTY FOR SPEAKER.
Sterling H. MoCarty, who is
just as his name indicates, aster
ling democrat, will come to the
House as the representative of
Pemiscot county. He aspires to
be the speaker of the next House
and is well equipped for the job.
He will have no easy sailing,
however, because he will be op
posed by James Hull, the repre
sentative of Piatt county, Who
began campaigning for the place
at the end of the last session and
seems to be running line. Jef
ferson City Democrat-Tribune.
Two Aliens to Die.
Floyd Allen, leader of the Al
len clan, which shot up the Hills
ville courthouse in Carroll coun
ty, Va.. on March 14, last, when
Judge Thornton L. Massie, Com
monwealth's Attorney William
Foster and Sheriff Louis Webb
lost their lives, have been sen
tenced to die in the electric chair
at Richmond on November 22.
He was convicted of killing Com
monwealth's Attorney Foster.
Claude Allen, who was found
guilty of killing Sheriff Webb
and who was also convicted of
second-degree murder for the
death of Prosecutor Foster , also
was sentenced to die on the same
date as his father.
Sidna Allen and Wesley Ed
wards, the last of the Allen gang,
were captured at Des Moines,
Iowa, last week.
Carriage
Paints
Floor Wax
"Wagon
Paints
Crack and
Seam Filler
Screen
Enamel
Roofini
Paint
Rubber
Roofing
Harvester and
Machine Oils

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