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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Herald 'IVlephoiu1 Number 04.
The IkshI work shirt for 45 cents, at
Esq. . M. Gwin has been ill
Tust received, a cur of Lime. Tin
Little HI vit Launlwr Co. 23-llt
Don't forpet Unit ,von can el a $1
jiair of overalls lit Buckley's for (.)0o.
Mrs. Bessie Olrec has moved
Just received, a new line of "K:i
hos," tlio corset tliat (its, at Buckle ',.
Order vour Mister suit from A. J.
llorris Wednesday and Thursday.
Our good friend, P. T. Vaughn
lias his name on our honor roll.
The man from Knhn Bros will he at
. J.Dorris' Wednesday & Thursday.
Residence for Sale Burjjuin ut
"MOO. The Herald will out you next.
Thos. H. Patterson was
nver from Curuthersville on
Wednesday of last week, and
placed his mime on our honor
Old newspapers for sale ut this of
ice. 20 cents jiur hundred.
You can get a dandy pair of leather
work gloves for 50 cents, at Buckley's.
Mrs. Dr. V. A. Mayes was
critically ill several days hist
week, but is now thought to be
out of danger, and is expected to
be up in u few days.
Corn Wanted The Hayti Storage
will buy your corn and pay the mar
ket price. See Charlie Morgan, Man
ager, and make the arrangements to
Residence and Land for Sale.
!) acres land und nice, new C-rooin
residence, two blocks from public
square, in city limits, for sale ut a
bargain. Moukau Gaski.vs. 10-4t
SATURDAY NIGHT, JAN. 13
Henry Bohres presents Billie
Burke's quaint comedy
"Folly of the Follies"
A New York society play, with
an extraordinary cast of players.
A play appealing to men, women
and children, in addition to
3 BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS 3
Prices 25 and 35 Cents.
All-wool, Kahn Bros, tailored suits
are best. A. J. Dorrls. 10-1
Nice corner residence, close In, for
saloat a bargain. SeoLumLelier. 9tf.
Andrew Dorris and Mrs. Ola
Wilson were quietly married a
few days ago, while on a trip to
the market buying goods. They
have located in Blytheville.
Got your Master suit earlv. Thurs
day at A. .1. Dorris. 10-1
Have you tried (hose mixed pickles
al Buckley's. If not, you are miss
ing something. 1)
Lawyer John E. Duncan of
Caruthersville was in this city
on Wednesday of last week,
shaking hands with his many
Master Suits- Special tailor from
Kahn Bros. Thursday. A. .1. Dorris.
Roofold Uubber Hooting -the best
composition rooting made. At the
Little River Lumber Co. 27-W
Mrs. M. M. Cunningham of
Moscow Mills, who has been vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. .). S.
Sturm through the holidays, re
turned home Saturday night.
You want a map of the City of Hay
ti. L. M. Thrupp, Caruthersville,
will sell you one for 4. Send your
order today. .'$'2 2(it
Clel Tindle of Caruthersville
was in Hayti Thursday afternoon
looking after his banking busi
ness, and while here placed his
name on our honor roll.
Nice, new, neat, clean, well lighted
ofllce rooms for rent, looms just fin
ished. Nice, light hallway between.
On the convenient corner, over the
Morgan Building. See Fred Morgan.
Mrs. Ed Crest died at her
home in Carleton Saturday af
ternoon. She recently gave
birth to twins, who lived only a
Burn coal for cooking and for oth
er purposes. You can get coal any
time, delivered to your door. Phone
or send your orders, nnd remember
that we sell coal winter and summer
unlike the man who comes in to get
the cream of the winter's business and
quits in the spring. Hayti Storage,
Chus. Morgan. Mgr. lititf
Miss Belle North, who has
been visiting her mother and
sisters for several days, has re
turned to Memphis, Tenn., where
she will resume her position in !
Lee Williams' store.
D. D. Harbert, one of our local
insurance agents, mailed a claim
on Thursday of last week, in the
case of the death of Win. Hale,
and his widow received a check
in payment for same the follow
ing Monday. This was pretty
Out of S:37().00 poll tax due the
city, only 04 has been collected.
Isn't that a shame? Who wants
to be first to pay next year? If
the city will not collect from all
alike, what is the use of anybody
paying.' Tins year we were nrst,
but next year we will be last.
Saturday and Saturday night
we witnessed one of the wettest
times that has ever been wittness
ed in Hayti since it has been a
town. In putting in the tiling,
all open ditches that formerly
led the water off were filled and
abandoned, and the tiling being
insufficiently or improperly laid,
failed to carry the water off, it
can do nothing but accumulate in
the low places. As it is now,
the tiling is a failure, and some
remedy should be sought. Let
our people get together and de
vise some means to get the
water off of the town. It can be
done. We have a good eleva tion,
and everybody knows water will
run down hill.
took, this store will give you back the
50 cents you paid for it w ithout a
This guarantee that a trustworthy
druggist is glad to give on Dodson's
Liver Tone is as Mifn and reliable as
the medicine, and that is saying a lot.
I SPECIAL OFFER FOR JANUARY I
With the organization of '"The
Clinton Building Company," in
corporated at 75,000, paid up
stock, it was announced officially
this morning that construction
work on the new eight story
Clinton building, Fourth street
and Boston avenue, will be re
sumed at once and pushed rapid
ly ahead until the massive struc
ture is completed.
Dr. Fred S. Clinton, J. B.
("Diamond Joe") Wilson and
H. J. Bricknor compose the
company who now has charge of
the Clinton building. All three
are responsible business men.
The organization of this com
pany has been pending for some
time. The deal was consumated
Tuesday morning, finally assur
ing the speedy erection of the
.1. B. Wilson, who is financing
the new company, is city com
missioner of finance and revenue.
He. came here a few years ago
from Caruthersville, Mo., en
gaging in the lumber business
and will be remembered as the
man who "busted the lumber
trust." Tulsa (Okla.) Daily
Before locating at Tulsa, Okla.,
.Toe B. Wilson sold all of his Ca
ruthersville propertyand became
a citizen of Hayti, where he own
ed valuable farm land, but it
seems he was unable to deal for
Caruthersville ows much of
its growth and prosperity to him.
He is a town builder and a hust
ler. DRUGGISTS ENDORSE
DODSON'S LIVER TONE.
Order of Publication.
STATM OF MISSOURI, 1
County ok Pbmiscot. C ss
In the Circuit Court, To February
John Morgan and J. Stewart Owings,
A nderson Noble and J. W. Forsythe,
Now at llils day cotno the I'hiinttfts
herein, h their Attorneys Brewer Sr
Rlloj rt m I in the vacation of said
court am! tile their Petition alleging,
among other tilings, that Defendant
J. W. Kor.the is a non-resident of
the State ot Missouri so that the or
dinary process of law cannot be served
upon liim in this state.
Whereupon, it is Ordered by the
undersigned clerk of said court in va
cation of said court that said Defen
dant J. V. Forsythe be notified h
Publication that Plaintiffs have com
menced a suit against him and Ander
son Noble in this Court, the object and
general nature of which is to obtain an
order for the sale in partition of the
following described lands situate in
the county of Pemiscot and State of
Missouri, towit, the east half of the
west huif of section Kleven (II) in
township Seventeen (17) north of
range Twelve (12) east in which peti
tion it is alleged thai the defendant.T.
W KorsUhe is entitled to an undivided
twenty four fortieths interest in tee in
und to suid land and that unless the
said J. W. Forsythe be and appear at
this Couit. at the next term thereof, to
he begunand liolden at the Court House
in the t'ity of Caruthersville in said
County, on the 17th day of February
next, nnd on or before theflrst day of
said Term, answer or jflead to the
Petition in said cause, the same will
bo taken as confessed, and judgment
will be rendered accordingly
And it is Further Ordurcd, tliut a
copy hereof lie published, according
to law, in The IIu.Ul Herald a news
paper published in said County of
Pemiscot tor four weeks successively,
published at least once u week, the
last Insertion to be at least lifteen
days before the first du, of said next
Term of this Court. Done in vaca
tion of suid court, this 18th day of
A True Copy From The Record.
WITNESS my hand and seal ot
tlie Ciit'int ouri nl Pemiscot ('ount,.
(si ill) this 18th da of Di-ccuiht r.
K. S. HUFFMAN.
7-1 Circuit Clerk.
A $7.50 Brooder For $6.00
The American Receptacle Manufacturing Companv of
Mountain Grove. Missouri, lias decided to make a SPECIAL
OFFER on their Fireless Folding Sanitarv Hrooder No. 1, for
the month of January, l'.ll.i. This oiler is made in order to get
a limited number of Urooilers in use in each countv in the Poul
try growing sections, and holds good onlv for the month of .Tan
If you are raising Poultry and want PROTECTION in
your business which of course you do you can't afford to miss
this opportunity of securing a Scientific Brooder, one that will
giu you more Protection and LAST LONGER than any Brood
er on the market today.
REMEMBER, This Brooder is recommended and used bv
the MISSOURI STATE POULTRY EXPERIMENT STATION,
which ulono is a sullicient Guarantee as to its merits, and ef
ficiency. REMEMBER TOO, that this Brooder is sold strictly
on its merits, and after you have used it
Sixty Days, Sixty Days
and llnd It is not satisfactory, von can return it to the Fuetorv
ut Mountain Grove, und GET YOUR MONEY BACK. Is not
this a FAIR offer? Then again, our guarantee means more to
our future business than the price of several hundred or even
thousands of Brooders, as wo are building up our business on
the merits of our goods. This Hrooder, when compared with
tin value In other Brooders is well worth $10.00, our regular re
tail price is onl. S7.."i0, and as a further inducement we will ship
win one of our No. I Hrooder.s during this month ( Junuurv) for
Hoping to receive your older at once for one of our No. 1
F.ieless Sanitary Urooilers, we beg to remain
Yours very truly,
American Receptacle Manufacturing Co.
.lutuiury 1st, lOl.'i. Mountain Grove, Missouri
It is a Guaranteed Harmless Vegetable
Remedy that Regulates the Liver
Without Stopping Your
Work or Play.
A dose of calomel may knock you
completely out for a day sometimes
two or three days. Dodson's Liver
Tone relieves attacks of constipation,
billiousuess and lazy liver headaches,
and ou stay on your feet.
L. L. Letter sells Dodson's Liver
Tone and guarantees it to give
perfect satisfaction. If you buy a
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone and do
not find it the safest, most pleasant
and successful liver remedy you ever
All the best and latest in drinks, at
Fred Morgan's saloon. Or if you
wnt whiskey, wine or beer for xonr
family or for medicine, the stock is
largo and you can get what you call
Barber Shop and Bath Room
Newest, Largest, Nicest and
Best Place in Town.
H. M. RANSBURGH, Prop.
FRED MORGAN BUILDING
NO-CHAPS FOR BAD OHAPS
IF YOU HAVE CHAPS, USE NO-CHAPS
No prescription too large, too
small or too difficult to
be properly com
No-Chaps is the Best
For chapped hands and face.
Sold only at this store.
Good for men, wo
Paints and Oils, Glass,
We have a select line, in
cluding brushes, putty,
DR. TRftUTMflNN'S DRUG STORE, HflYTl
Order of Publication.
t otintv of Pemiscot. j",,'
In the Circuit Court, I'Vbruar
IVmiscot Countv. Mi .ouri. Circuit
Couit Record, November Term, 1012.
Monduv the loth dav of the Term and
the :2nd day of December. l'.Mli.
Lucy Frc, I'luinliti,
Henry Frye. Defendant.
Now at this day comes the plaintiff
heroin by her attorney s Gossom &
Wilks, and informs the court that a
summons issued by the clerk of this
court on the 0th day of August, 1012.
directed to the sheriff of PcmUcot
County, Missouri, and returnable to
the November term; that said sum
mons has been returned by the sheriff
non est. Thereupon plaintiff is grant
ed leave to amend her petition, by al
leging thin the defendant is a non
resident of tho State of Missouri, so
that the ordinary process of law can
not lie served upon him within this
Whereupon it is ordered by the
Court that said defendant he notilled
by publication that plaintiff has a suit
against him in this court the object
and general nature of which is to dis
solve the bonds of matrimony existing
between said plaintiff and defendant
on the grounds of desertion and gen
And unless tho said Henry Frye lie
and appear at this court, at thu next
term thereof, to be begun and holdeu
at the courthouse in the City ot Ca-
ttll Initio I Mill t M tlui L Mil lll1ltt lt
I I iiiini Hiii in i in lain vouiui .
. thu nth duj of February next, and on
or before the firM day of tlie -aid
term, unless further timo be grunted
b the Court, answer or demur to tho
petition in said eu.u, the same will
be taken n.i confessed and judgment,
will be rendered accordingly. And it.
is father ordered that a copy hereof
lie published according to law. in the
llajll Herald, a newspaper published
in said County ot Pemiscot, for four
weeks siiecessivelj , published at least,
once each week, the last insertion to
lie at least fifteen dnjs before the tirt,
day ot said ne.t February Term of
K. S. Htii'l'MVN', Circuit Clerk.
A True Copy Irons the liecord:
Wrrxnss my hand and seal of tho
Circuit Court ot Pemiscot County, this
the 23rd day of December, A. D., 1012.
seal K. S. Hui-'I-'Man,
8-4 Circuit Clerk.
Those shrewd farmers who have
stretched "Pittsburgh Perfect"
Fence on their property an'RECI
atf. its uuccpialcd strength and
durability. They know it success
fully withstands the elements, the
knocks of planting, cultivating,
harvesting, the rough usage given
it by horses, cattle and hogs they
see it erect, even and firm, as good
as new, year in and year out.
"Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence own
ers at all times are reaping the
results of highest fence efficiency.
Tuujli. .trone. durable Open Hearth wire
line oil tin.' mm utrc cirtfully galvanised
wi'll rurr 'itu i- mr.l exrlumely In " I'utj
biireli l'erfect" 1 ci.c. '1 he wires at eicry
contact point ire
which produces a joint that cannot be slipped,
pulled, brol en nor rimed apart. There Is a
it)Ic and site of "I'mtburcb I'erlect" t-encc
For every FIELD, FARM,
RANCH, LAWN or
"THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME."
W Iflfcc. , J
F. M. PERKINS,
On account of our good business
we are never overstocked on any kind
of building material. Two cars on the
track now, and more coming. This
year, 1913, will be our best year yet,
and we are going to make it your best,
too by helping you build. Our yel
low pine lumber is nice, clean, dry,
and of the best quality and grade. We
have nothing else. Come see us now,
don't wait, as we are anxious to
please you, and the sooner the better
for us both. We are your friend.
JTTTLE RIVER JUMBER QO
Hayti, - Missouri
Lock Box 23 Telephone 1 7
In beginning the New Year, it is important to start right.
Therefore, before selecting your permanent place to trade
this year, see
SPENCER & STTJBBS
Have a heart-to-heart talk with us see our goods, learn our
prices, and let us put you on the right road. You are cor
dially invited to visit our store. You will not be asked to
buy just call in and see us, look around, and make up your
mind about dealing with us, and then see how much we
will try to make it to your interest.
There's Nothing Like Being Acquainted.
SPENCER & STUBBS
PHONE 89 FREE DELIVERY
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