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Editor Commits Suicide.
A dispatch from Uirnrd, Kan.,
of'' tlu lltii sayHj "The
struggle uhdor tho ooinpcfcitiVH
system isn't worth tho effort.
Let it pass." 'Phis note was
lound in a book on socinlism be
longing to .lulis V. Way land,
owner of "The Anpi'iil to Ken
son." who coiiiinit.l'd suicide.
Viilniid tired a millet into his
Duncan -Is Contesting.
Jefferson City, Mo., Nov i). A
wriLpX mandamus was asked for
late' this afternoon in the su
preme court in bane hy.l. 15. Dun
can, fusion republican and bolt
er's candidate for prosecuting
attorney in Pemiscot county, to
prevent rienjamin IM. Tinsley,
county cleric, and others from in
cluding in the official count the
r.nun.imi oieu iv,u imurs later. Voto from Hodair, where, it is
'1'he grand jui-.v v.a. u, tuke up j t.iilir(rod, the law was not compli
ehsirgo'i auainst "The Appeal to !(1(j wm)t
it.. .. i i .. . i i i
i.easnn ami Hii.vuimi suicitte jt s ciom. democratic
i-suppns.'dtu luiw grown ontnn,inPP jf,ri,.ltll )unriiu , ,)
of ihe prosecution of the led.M-al ()Untv by ., u)t(, f ir,;() to 1.,3
fiiurt and the fai't that his wife!,,,, , . .. ,, . .
The objectionable precinct g:ivo
Hill IWllt'U 111 ill! ' il lUlllIMHlllf ;-
cit'iit a year iijo. Since that
ii me Way land lm ben deepen
.tent, and inelanclioix yi times.
make tho count Tuesday night
after the polls had closed and
that it was not made until the
next day, with only democratic
The law gives Duncan the
right to contest in a regular man
ner, but he preferred to lav the
mutter before the supreme court
which will not pass on the ap
plication for the next tew d...
lect the debt the world owes
them, and to succeed they have
to get up and hustle. Lee's let
ter shows that ho. knows how to
go after business and how to get
it when he goes after it.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Herald Telephone Number !)4.
I'lyde Lloyd of Kennett was
in Hayti Sunday.
From a Hayti Boy.
Household 211 ,
and Millinery St reel
Hinilutnmton. Toon.. II II I
(.tossom 71 votes and Duncan 1 I. . Vi.. w... v...t-
.mi . hi. i nihi
It is charged by Duncan that, Ihivti. Mo.
the judges of election did not . Friend William:
- It is a great pleasure for me to
re id a paper edited by a true! I'Ved Morgan attended to husi-
democrat, and 1 am rv in-mi.l , "''ss in t, a rut lier.-,ville Knday
badics' liund'rcrrhiof.,, 2 for 5 cents,
, :it Jtui'klfj's. 51
I Dr. .1. G. Crider was in f arnth-
ersville. a short while Friday.
1.7fi Milt 'tirti'i for 1.25: $1.50 suit
cases for 1.00. at ltucklo.i's. SI
Joe Foest Was in from Concord
on Wednesday of last week.
rl.Of) oujralls ami jtnnpors for 'Mi
emits, at t5ockei . o
II . O 1 1
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No need to hire a roofer when
you buy Peerless Prepared Roofing. To
lay a Peerless roof right is easier than to lay it wrong.
Simplest job in the world to do. Just lay Peerless on the roof
luil it down cement the laps and yeu'r all through. We
mean that. Once you've laid a Peerless roof you're all through
with roof e.prue. There'll be no repair bill no after cost for
it ii guaranteed to stay and satisfy.
We know all about prepared
roofing been selling it for years. That's
why Peerless Rooting comes to you with our
guarantee as as the manufacturer's. Jt wouldn't be there if
we were not sure that Peerless h the best prepared roof on the
Don't confuse Peerless with ordinary
prepared roofings, and don't wait to
imestiKute. Drop in and talk it over tcday.
Little River Lumber Company
Ha ti, - Missouri
of Ihe stand yon took in the re
cent election. The work of your
paper should be appreciated b.
In looking over your paper I
notice th.it .some of the large
merchants in your city fail to ad
vertise, and 1 cannot understand
how they can afford not to adver
tise. Being in the mercantile
business myself 1 am placed in
a position to know thai the mer
chant who does not advertise
does not get the business he
could get,. I have two stores, and
spend at least a thousand dol-
Formerly Professor in American Medi
Post Lecturer on Operative Surgery.
Diagnostician of Chronics in Clinic
Practice Limited to Private and Chronic Diseases
Ynu can alwajlind cream hoo-.o,
at MuckliM . ol
I. Kohn attended to business
matters in Memphis a few days ,
Don't forgot that Kvollo'
tin vorv lic-.t. at ltiekle.
Ilour is i
LiwyerS. J. .letl'ress attend
ed to legal bu.sine.ss at ('aruth
You otm 'd ii irooil lantern for 50
cents, at ' iiiekl". '.. 51
Dr. H T. Byars was over from
Caruther.sullu cm Wednesday of
I last weelc.
lars a year advertising, and lj A now loj of "Ksilio." tho lino mod-
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tiud 1 1 in t the more I advertise
the more business J get.
You will tind one dollar enclos
ed for subscription. Trusting
you will have continued success,
Ever your friend.
Letters like the ubovo are ap
preciated, tor alter all. we
know that somewhere -and some
how our efforts are appreciated.
Mr. Williams was born and
raised in Hayti, and like many
others, he lias entured out into
the world and made good. It isal
va, s a pleasure to hear from the
old Pemiscot county boys, and a
great pleasure to know that the
world is dealing kindly with
tliem hut after all, they deserve
credit, for it tikes a good
'and presistent collector to col
ol ror-ct-i, jit received, at Hucklej's.
Dr. M. H. Hudgins was over
from C'aruthersville a few
The bosi liPiivy outiny lhinnol, rill
onlors 10 ronts per jard. at Hiiek
le . 51
Constable Hoi) Watkins of C'a
ruthersville was in Hayti a short
Sujrurhouse Molasos -just from the
plantation-, in Louisiana. I5u sun? to ,
bring wiur bucket. Spencer .v Ktubbs. j
F. M Perkins attended tobusi
ness matters at Caruther.sville
Judge ,1. M. Hra.sher was over
from ('aruthor.sville Friday alter
noon, shaking hands with his
IWIIbhi Ilk W1 mwf MS0 m'
Whoioas, l) thi.'ir certain ilood of
trust, bfiinnir ibitf of .Inly .'I. liill,
being lnl, aokiHiwlc-lffort and rooonl
od in Kooord Trust Hook Number 4
at psigt lil. bomjf one of the land
H'fordsot tlto County of I'oniiseot,
State of Missouri. T. A. Miebiu and
'I. M. .Mli'lite, his wife, eonveod to
R. V. Kosonbrough, lis trustee, tin
follow injr doseribed real estate, l. hilt.
being and situate in the count ofg
I have just returned from the market, and
have resplenished my stock in every department.
Don't neglect to come and see the beautiful, new
goods we are now opening. We can supply your
wants and needs in every line, and at prices you
cannot duplicate elsewhere. Come and see.
I'emisoot and .Slate of .Missouri, to-
One lot o0 In ISO foot upon which is
suu.iteii one .store building and one
ilw oiling house in the town of Tyler,
.Missouri; northwest quarter of south
west (itiarler, section eleven, town
ship lu, rauyo l:!oast; also nil of lots
numbers throe and four, in block
number one, in tho Town of C ooter, i
Missouri; also a tract or parcel ol
hind si.M lout in width and 'Jb4i feet
in lengih ol of tho southeast side of a
certain Iho-aero tract of land adioin-
mg said lot number four in block i fc
number one. in tho Town of Coot- 5
or afoicsiiid, all in section number.
Our overcoats are of the
best materials, finely tailored,
ami up-to-date in styles and
patterns. If you get one you
willbesatisffed. 69A AA
Prices 7.r0 to $! Vv
If vou are fitted with one
of ourSCHWAB suits, there
is a mark of distinction in
your clothing. Let us fit
vou with one
'from 10.00 to
Ladies' .seal plush coat,
a daiuiv for 20.00; others
Men's union suits 1.00 to 3.00
Wright's Health underwear,
per suit 2.00
(ithers, per suit, 1 .00 to 5.00
Ladies' suits in serges and
cashmeres, all GflQ AA
colors. 7.50 to 10.UU
Ladies' SETSNUG under
wear can't be beat for twice
the price. Price dji AA
per union suit ipli"U
Separate garments 50c
one, tonhip number sixteen, north
of ranye number eleven oaht, together
i with all anil singular the improve-1 raJ
i month oi wnatevor Kinn tnereon
situated, including all houses thereon 9
situated, except one hundred foot
fronting tho spur of tho railroad is
company wuicn nas neon iiargameu
to tho Missouri Cotton Oil Company,
tb's being tho su'iie property convok
ed to T, A. Michio by V A. Oroon,
executor of the estate of M. A. Holly,
deceased ; altio Ililj acres of land oil of
tho east side of tho south quarter
of tho southeast quarter of seeiion
number threo, township number six
teen, north of range number 12 oast;
also our undivided 2 fi interest hi tho
nouei'i a. .memo, oecouseu, tract 01 ,
land, located at T.lor, .Missouri, as
decreed 1 the court, consisting of (
il jiruv ''h ut km. ..
Whicli said convoyanco was iu trust
THE QUALITY STORE, i. kohn, prop.
ifw'upn inn payment 01 a curtain y.
promissory note, thoroin particularly '
described, and, whereas, default has V.
boon made in tho payment of said note U
and tho interest thurepn. , 5
And whercus, tho said R. W. Hosen-
lirough, having refusod to not as trus- :
toe, at tho request of tho legal holder U
of htiid note, ami in accordance with 'J
tho provisions and stipulation of i
said deed of trust and by virturo of' 2
tho authority vested iu 1110, will on j s
Siiturday, Decotnher 14, 1H12, 7
at tho courthouse door, in tho City of
Carntlierhvillo, I'einiscot County, '
State of Missouri, between tho hours 1 JJ
01 iiiuu 0,0100k in mo loruuuou aim
live o'clock in tho aftornoon of thut
day oiler for sale at public auction,
to tho highest bidder, for cash iu
hand, all tho abovo described real
estate to pu. said note with cost of
executing this trust.
J, A. FRANKLIN.
Sheriff and Acting Trustee.
His many years of experience and practice enables
him to successfully treat
of the eye, including granulated lids, inflamed sore and wat
ery conditions, false growths, opacities, cataracts, impaired
vision, etc. Glasses scientifically fitted by modern and im
Genito-urinary and urinary organs, digestive tract,
including the stomach, bowels, liver, spleen and their secre
tory and excretory functions, respiratory organs, such as
catarrh of the nose and throat, and the ducts and passages
opening therein, as well as catarrahal deafness and other dis
eases of the ear, such as impacted serumen, fungus growths,
ringing in the ear, head noises and painful conditions.
Nervous system, including many lesions, which are at
all curable. Blood poison cured with "606" scientifically
administered. Rheumatism and malaria positively cured
by the injection system. Tape worm removed (head and
all) without fasting or detention from business. Can
cer, (some kinds) removed in a few days other varities
DR. TURNER will be
at the Commercial Hotel in Hayti for ten days beginning
Monday, November 1 8th.
We can give you references of patients we have treated
in your own town.
Positively No Incurable Cases Taken.
Local physicians are especially invited to consult me on
Chronic Diseases in which they have exausted their skill.
Homo Address: 5023 Von Verson Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
Telephone Forext 7V'2 R
And have it of the best proportions, made of the best ingre
dients. Our wines and liquors cannot be surpassed as a ton
ic and cheering bracer. If yet unacquainted with our quality,
you are losing much by delaying longer. They are the purest,
of great strength and body, and exquisite flavor, and their
price is very reasonable.
We also handle Lemp's Falstaff and Tip Top Bottled and
Keg Beers, and a fine line of Cigars. Our place is firstclass
in every particular.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
We innke a specialty of mail order and out of town trade, aud
fill orders name nay received. Every package guaranteed. If
you want Homethinc for your family or for sickneHf , you Hurely want
the best. You can depend upon us for a square deal. A trial
will convince ou.
No Cheap Goods
Are permitted to bo set over our bar. Onr saloon oxporieuco
is that people want tho best. Tho volume and wonderful mere 11 ho
in our business clearly proves this, and besides, you can come tu
our saloon any time and you will find the best class of people jut
Price List, For Your Guidance in Ordering:
Bottled in Bond,
Old J. H. T $1 26
hick Kun 1 IS
Jack Beam 1 25
Kdcewood 1 'J5
Old Ilarbce 1 t!5
Old W. S. Stone 1 25
Old Fox River, hurbon 1 25
w. ii. I'arker live 1 lid
U oilman's Old Crow
Old Joe PerkinH, hurbon
Old Fox River, hurbon.. .
Guckenhoinier Ryo 1 00
V. 8. Stone 100
Holland Gin, double
stamp . $1 00
Old Tom Gin 1 00
Imperial Dry Gin 100
Apricot f 75
Alcohol, IBS proof...
m ?, 3. -TKwwa-'o.AVa vv?, v.4 w n. . v. v.
All kinds of Domestic and
Imported Wines 75c to ?1 00
Crystalized Peach and Hon
ey and Uock and Ryo... 1 00
Yellow Ktone, 7 yrsold.. -4 00
Old Fox River, 7 yrs old -1 00
Old Lick Run, 8yra old... 4 00
Jack Beam 100
Cedar Urove Rye Ii 00
Bob Bryley 'A 00
bone Kim H 00
Monogram live-... 260
Mason's XXX 2 50
Mason'sXX 2 00
Yellow Corn 2 00
Fred Morgan's Saloon