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The only Recognized Straight Democratic Newspaper in Pemiscot County.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY'. NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
A GREAT DEMOCRATIC VICTORY
WILSON AND MARSHALL SWEEP COUNTRY.
Victory in State, Electing State Ticket, Major for Governor, Russell for Congress, C. 13. Paris for the
Supreme Bench, but Hayti's Man, as usual, Gets the Worst of it.
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'No third term for us !"
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The Smile That Wcmt Gome Off.
There will be just lots of strange
faces in the department of govern
ment. We did nur best, bvs, and
have no j polonies to oiTu,- and
we ark none.
i-p!y $1.25 2-piy $15
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3-ply $1.75 Roofing caps, per lb. 100 i ( t
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Odd sizes S .
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Already we have had several
invitations to sign petitions for
would-be-postmasters. It is some
thing strange how they are warm
ing up to us these days.
Bryan may head new Cabinet.
Senate is now Democratic.
Democratic majority in house
increased from 66 to 154.
Roosevelt probably has 7 states
and Tafl 4.
Complete with nails and cement. 108 sq. ft. per roll.
I Single and double strength.. All sizes.
Putty, bulk sc Per pound. One pound cans ioc.
Red Rosin, 500 sq. ft. per roll. 20 lb. per roll 50c. 25 lb, per roll 60c.
FIBEROID gray sheathing, extra heavy, per roll of 400 sq. ft. $1.00. 9
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RUDDY HARVESTER, a high grade oil for all farm machinery, per gallon 50c.
Motor Oil, for automobiles and gasoline engines, per gal. 65c
DRY BATTERIES, for automobiles, gasoline engines, telephones, etc., each 25c
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Pure Linseed Oil, the kind you can give internally to stock, if necessary, per gal $ 1 .00
"If Yon Are Not Our Customer You Will Be."
LEFLERS DRUG STORE
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Is now at hand and we are all anx
ious as to the yield.
It should interest you more as to
spending the proceeds derived from this
crop, than the amount of the crop itself.
Last summer's labor has weakened
all more or less; each man is just a little
more worn out than the year before, like
a machine after a season's running
never quite as new or good as the year
Since it is an established fact that
you, like a machine, become more worn
each year, it is also a fact, that you
should not distribute your money, like a
machine, but should use your very best
judgment in spending this money and
get the very best values obtainable.
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