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The Hayti herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1908-1922, February 18, 1909, Image 1

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NO. 17
Just ufl wis go to piess vve got tilt
iurtii!iiluiH iif tliu killinn at Htoo..o hint
Tuesday fiom an oyu witnunsH, Homy
Diiitch. The man, Amos Wallace, was
one of tlio "snake linntiMH" who huu'
heen the ton or of the. smith uml of tin
county. Wiih drunk and tiiud to kill
nejjro on t hi ii from Caintlioisville.
dot oir train at Steel. . Wantc-d to kill
( ity MuiMiul, John 15. J'cHlei. Mi.
l'ustei tiied to ipiii't liim. Started on
Kostei with knifu. Foster allot his
lir.iiiiB out.
A bill is before the Missouri lois.
latui'e, futheu'd h.v Ueprosonlative
(Irilllths. of Hales ooiinlv, which seeks
to make it a misdemeanor for an.v
ieison to lit ink intoxicating li(ii(ir
on a tr.tin or stteel ear. It tfhos the,
eonduetors ol trains tind street ears
the same lower its deputy slierills for
the enloiccmcnl of tile motiosed law.
and make-, the punishment a lino iiml !
imprisonment. .
$16,000 DEAL IN DIRT
loo M. Wilson litis sold his farm
near town, t lie consideration heinf,r
$1 '1.000. This releases .loo n. Irom
his holdings in 1'emiscot connt.v, and
he infotins us that he will ifo into the
hanking business in Oklahoma. We
iite sot r to lose .loo II. fioin our
eount.v and wish him well.
rv- " - t5 ; i
THE DITCH. The new dredge boat is now at work. 1 he
pidlure shows the smarting point at Hayti. It is a summer
scene, and shows the magnificent growth of American Lotus.
This week we publish linaueial state
ments for both of the Havli banks,
which show-them to be in a healthv.
piosperous condition. llavti foils
Jitstlv proud ol her two banking insti
tutioils, anil we iiie oonlident that bet
ter cashier- do not handle the funds
of am people than ('. 1. Piovino of
the 'iliens Hank and T A. MeNail
of tlie Hank ol Ha,ti. People ol the
oonntv who have nionev to deposit or
other'bankiny business c.innoldo bet
ter than come to Hnvti.
l'rof. II. 1j. Davidson, who used to
indulge in tho newspaper business,
came in Tuesdav afternoon and io
vhed his acquaintance with the cases.
Don't fail to hear W. B Tovvnsend's
lectin u at the cit liall I'cli. "J He is
an entei tinner ol liiirli class.
Port.ijjeville is di awinjr tlio line on
lU'uioos. No mole ney i ties can stop
or locate there. I'.ast 1'i.iirie is an
other town that don't waul them.
Havli will not be so slack on them
about the lime she has to innld a ni-L'l-r
school house and hue a nijii'cr
teacher. We alfadv have about all
the lavs we can stand, and this is an
eiense that must be born b the white
Di. K. '. Cn-sswell. the dentist, has
now received his chair and othi r li
tuies. and is read.v foi biisim ss.
Ills ollice is over the 1. ICohn stoic, in
in neat, Myht looms, and the people
should v isit him.
Congressman ( . A. low is on In
vv.i.v to Washington to enter upon the
duties ot his ollice.
A biitlida.v parl.v was j;ien at tho
home of Mrs. .iiillie MoKarland Tues
dav evening, in honor ol Miss I.otitia
MoKai land. It was a surprise to Miss
Lclitia, hot all had a nice time. Those
piesent weie: Misses Hael Miller,
Coin l)e Lisle. Lorn Mllinyhoiise. Kvn
Allen and Ada Doiris. and Messrs
Aich Kussol). llersal Sholton, Arthur
Allen. .Iissie (Twin and Dr. Ciesswol).
We have received fioin K. . M.
Webb. Keodlev. California, a beauti
ful little painplel, nicelv illiistiated,
ile.sci iptive of his town anil country.'
Mr. Webb is in the leal estate busi-
hi ss, and beiny tlioiouhl.v aciiiainted
w ith our pi ople. if , on desire reliable
information about Caliloi nisi von can
di pond upon Mr. Webb to jjivo it.
We .lie informed that Miss Ada
Dovvdv w ill lesion hoi position an '"hel
lo a at tlieccutial todav, ami as
sil'iis ,ih lioi ieasonth.it she is '"tiled
ol Iiiiiii'.' imposed upon bv those in
ih.nno" We see whole Miss Ada is
ii-jhl. Theie is hiii'Ii a thin;; as the
conipiinv los'mji its chaitei m llayti.
Ifrif 1 1,000 papoifi ji.nilen seed I cent
ap.nk.iirc at the Spot Cash (iioieiv
1 00s ill people have used these H'eds
and know they aio(jnd Uttf
Tin .il.uin of liio was sounded at the
lesidonceof S. .1. .lellless about ."i:.!0
Tuesdav alteinoon. hut the llaines
weie eMinyuished before anv yieat
damage was done. Mr. and Mis. .lef
fiess bad just yone down to si e the
diedye boat and then ehildien were
Eleven thousand papers Garden
Seeds 1 cent package at .Spot Cash
(Jroceiy HundrfadH of peiipln used
tin-so h oils last yoar and know they
are U'od. t!Uf
On account of the illness of Mrs.
Vork. and no available help, and al
readv biine; two davs behind with our
work, we will ask our leaders to over
look anv short.eoiiiinirs this week.
V lull out Irom Caruthersvillo Mon
da, Vance. I. Hiyjrs came up to our
ollice and slunj,'- tjpe like an old timer,
just laid oil his co.it and went after it
like ham .letTiess pleading law.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lomp's
lntest and bust special brew. Oarulh-orsvillo
I need the money to keep ihe wolf from my door and
you need the goods to keep the wolf frqm your door. I am
quoting you a few items below, and beg to call your atten
tion to the fact that I have to limit the list, for if I should
quote prices on all my bargains the size of the Hayti Her
ald would have to be increased.
Coal Oil, per gallon
Flake Hominy, per pound
Rice, per pound
Good Corn, per can
3 Pound Canned Tomatoes, per can
Canned Peas, per can
2 Pound Canned Apples, per can
2 Pound Canned Kidney Beans, per can
Eastern Granulated Sugar, 1 6 pounds for
Beans, hand picked, per pound
Seeded Raisins, per package
Roast Coffee, per pound
Everything in proportion. Don't complain
about the hard times. Buy your goods right, then there
will be no hard times.
These prices are for cash only, and wc do not give
premium coupons with sales.
fill 1' f !
1J '
Ledgers, double
and single entry.
100 . to 5 00
Day Books, Journals, Counter Books, Book
keeping Blanks, Receipts, Notes, Drafts,
Memorandas, Time Books, Tally Books.
lJC-T-zrt ,
The CHICAGO Letter File 25c each.
We have an as
sortment that will
These guitars have a "mathematically" cor
rect finger board. They are graceful in model
and have a far carrying musical tone. $5 to
10 inslrumsn ts, each in wood box.
Keen-Kutter and A. J. Jordan brands. A
full line. Guaranteed.
Our Mandolins are selected with great
care and are guaranteed to be the best in
struments for the price to be found in the
please the most careful and exacting person,
25c, 50c, 75c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50 and 2.00.
9 vf-Tiw
ifr J
T . 1 91.
In fancy pearl, stag and wood handles.
Keen-Kutter and Jordan goods. Guaranteed.
8 bracket, nickle plate stretcher, $3.00 each.
1 6 bracket, nickle plated stretcher, $4 each.
that arc guar
anteed to give
perfect satisfaction at $2, 2,25 and 2.50.
They are Keen-Kutters. Keen-Kutter safe
ty razors in leather case $3.50.
I day alarm, $1.00 each,
i J-., i.: ,. .,1 tl
Zs oil ' Jv luiiiiuuuua, mm in, f i
J W ljl Repeating alarm, extra heavy
and durable, $2.00 each.
Ingersoll Watches, $1.00 each.
Wc have some odds and ends of chinaware that we have placed
on the bargain counter and have named a price that will make you buy.
Come in and take a look at this department; you will find something
that will interest you.
Our violins are selected with care as to
their fine tone and musical qualities. We
furnish bow and rosin with each violin.

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