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The Hayti herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1908-1922, February 18, 1909, Image 8

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Blount's plows nt Avorill's.
Bob Bettis was hero from Paseolu
Fresh fish, at tlie Frisco restaurant.
Ed Gotcher has been appointed de
puty sheriff.
Goal oil 12c a gallon at Avirill'B.
The Frisco restaurant has fresh llsh.
Lansing Bettis of Paseola was in
Uayti Monday.
Onion sets '.Kip gallon, at L. C.
Averill's. ltf
C. K. Bragg of Carutheisville was
in Hayti Sunday.
Get some fresh IIbIi at the Frisco
Capt. B. F. Allen was in Curuther.s
ville Wednesday.
paid for
1 1 1 i -
Highest cash price
Hayti Livery Stable.
Kohn Brothers are in St Louis
week, buying goods.
The largest line of line laces ever
brought to Hayti, at J. L. DorriB'.
Mrs. .Toe Welch is quite ill at
home of Rev. Wolverton.
Highest cash price paid for
Hayti Livery Stable.
J. .Li. Dorris Iiiih just received a nice
line of line laces und embroideries.
Ham Dunn attended to business at
Lilbourn the lirst ol the week.
Miss Kuby Moiris has accepted a
position at the postollice.
Peters loaded Bhells, the
the world, sold by F. M
Dr. Phipps of Caruthersville was
here on professional business Mon
day. Spencer & Ingle do all kinds of dray
ing promptly and cheaply. Phono 05
Mesdames Susan ('alter and Virgie
Bettis were visitois Irom Paseola Fi l
day. Some dainty patterns and new de
signs in Valeneeinnes and Uhuny
laces, at J. L. Dorris'.
T. W. Newman, manager of the P.is
eola Lumber Co., was in Hayti Saturday
best in
Perkins. 12tf
Woodmen's Banquet.
Last Saturday night there was given
at Covington the most successful Camp
banquet that has ever been given in
this county. There were more than
five hundred peoples in attendance,
and the grand spread furnished by the
Covington Camp M. W. A. was ample
to have fed two orthree bundled more.
After the banquet, and after all in
attendance hud enjoyed much good
music, the ladies and children were
comfortably housed in the lower room
of the building, where the had a most
enjojablo time, although it stormed
quite hard without. They used n pho
nograph, and while the storm blow a
gale about tho house, they listened to
the latest songs und operatic stunts
and gave no heed to the weather.
And above them in the M. W. A.
hall were about 110 neighbors who
were proceeding to give tho mysteries
of the order to six new members, and
to say it was done in the most approv
ed and up-to-date manner is but stat
ing the truth.
A more harmonious and pleasurable
gathering of friends and neighbors
has never met in our county, and the
business transacted for the good of the
order will show far into the future.
There were many visitors from neigh
boringcamps. Those from Hayti were:
B. S. Stearns, PI. L. Davidson. .1.
T. Buckley, J. L. Deleshmutt, Jack
Edwards, Bates Byrd, Joint Fields,
Robert Brooks and Gene PophamT
John Fields was foundered and had
to be subjected to the water tieatment
and wasunableto wear his shoes home.
Neighbors piovided him with a pair of
J. T. Buckley was still eating when
Old Sol began throwing ariows at the
busy team of Fot esters, lie was es
pecially fond ol everything.
Kscort Stearns says he has lived one
day that had .'HI hours, and don't re
member of it being any shoiter. He
preserved his reputation as a hearty
eater if he did eat in a circle.
Bates Byrd and J. L. Deleshmutt
wouldn't help visiting tne entertain
ment down stairs quite frequently -but
theie is nothing strange about that
to those who observed their llustrated
actions when a certain young lady
was assisting them to their choice ot
dainties at the banquet.
Robert Biooks say s he knows when
he has a sulliciency , as well as when
he has an insufficiency and he don't
intend eating anything moie before
Faster. He declaied, (as he sweat.)
that the collee was so hot it fried his
Robeit Ponliam cniovcd ever thinir '
but the sud news of the death of "Old I
Scissor Bill." He and neiLfhbor-,
Buckley and Gene Pophum said the 1
scented trouble early in the evening
but the storm eat rieil itawav. i
I offer for salo my house and 2 lots
and 2 coyvb and calves and 25 head of
hogs for $1000, cash. Also tho house
and lot across the street from my
house, known as tho Toll Wilson pro
perty, for 8400, SI 00 paid in cash.
There is a mortgage on this last named
property for $300.
Otf Roy Gabkinb.
For Sale
I am offering for salo to the public
some of the best situated business and
residence property in Hayti, as fol
lows: 1 lot on square, cant of Leflor's
Drug Store; 1 Iioubo and lot, known
as the Wilson property; 1 lot, my homo
place, that was burned laBt year.
This has barn and cistern, concrete
walk, good fence, grape arbor, some
fruit and Bhrubbery. Will sell all or
any part of my restaurant.
lGtf. B. GaBkina.
N. W. Corner Square, Hayti, Mo.
For your money's vvortli in Short
Order meals, Lunches, Cold Drinks,
Confectioneries, FruitB, Fish and
Game in Season, Cigars and every
thing that goes to make a firstolass
restaurant. Call once and you will
come again.
Culpepper & Jackson
Watchmakers and
Next door to Bank of Hayti
Hayti, - - Missouri
Oflioe at Home. Phone No.28
Hayti, . Missouri
Proof of the Pudding
Is in the eating thereof. It takes prices to
talk. Can you beat these?
As Good Flour as anybody has got, sack 70c
Same in barrels $5.50
Best Flour on earth, or anywhere else,
sack SOc, barrel 6.25
Dry Salt Meat 12c. Bacon 13c. Lard 12c
Matches 4c box. Lenox Soap 4c or G bars 24c
6ft Lone Star Saw 2.95
6ft Peerless Saw 3:95
Double Bit Ax 1.20
Pole Ax 90c
Atkins Saw Tools 50c
Saw Hammers 40c
Oranges and Lemons, per dozen 25c
Navy Beans (jc
Dodson & Braun Pickles, best on earth, -per
COAL Oil per gallon 1
Bulk Coffee 15 and 20c. Peaberry
Green Coffee
Best Corn 13c, two for 25c. Parlor Citv
Corn 10c, three for
Gold Medal Buckwheat Flour 9c, 3 for
Arbuckle Coffee, while it lasts, 61b for $1.00
Coal Buckets 25c and 35c
Bring your bucket and get country
Sorghum, something good, SOc a g
54 Pairs Men's and Boys' Shoes at COST.
Haven't room to handle them, so 1 will quit
handling them.
.1 anu"
II. I,. Davidson divided his time Tl,e IJiturs Gin Company will
between eating, laughing, und looking close their gin on the last day of this
at In-, valentine. He said he got two . month, and Miose who have cotton to
mental photo-, th.it wont rub oil-.-.! 'P. ,..:.. :.. .., :.i.i w..
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Hayti, - Mo.
during the absence
of Ed Juden at
Piano and Organ for sale, at a bar
gain. Frstclass condition. G. W.
Dorris, Hayti. 17tf
Circuit conn is in session, but so
far nothing ol impoitance lias tran
spired. A. M. Payne, who is now at West
Frankford. Illinois, was 111 lla.Mi last
Coal in plenty at Hayti Cold Stor
age, W a ton delivered in bin. Phone
07 or leave orders with central. 1 tit f
Miss Mabel Rodgeis of Cape Giiai
deuu, who has been visiting Miss Ka
Allen, lef for a visit at ('bailee Tues
day. Do you know that you can save
money by buying building material,
shingles, fencing, etc., from C. W.
Prick? lltf
K. 1". Adtiuis and family have re
turned fiom Maiden, wheie they visit
ed Mrs. Adams' mother, Mr-.. S. I!.
Have your money. Iluy your lum
ber, shingles, building material, etc.,
froinC. V. Flick, at reasonable pi ices.
The llinwuic Gill euteilaiumenl at
the city hall Wednesday ninlil wuh
well iceeived and gieally enjoyed by
both old ami young.
Coal stoves at bargain prices. They
must go. Coal is cheaper than wood.
Huy now and save money. 1 M. Per
kins. 1'Jtf
Kd Juden has been appointed deputy
sheril). We are told that he will n
sitiU as city nun shut, mi as to devote
moie of his time to the new ollice.
Clo'thea cleaned and pressed; shoes
repaired and half soled; pricoB reason
able. G. F. Fields, next door to jewelry
store. 17tf
It is icpoited he e that City Marshal
John Poster hot and killed a man luy
the name of Amos Wallace at .Steele
'J uesday, while trying to nriest him.
J, L. Dorris represents three of the
largest tailoring houses in the U. H.
Fifteen hundred samples to select
your suit from, 15 up.
The new postmaster, Hay less L,
Unify, now has full charge of the post
ollice, und uiih the assistance of Mrs.
Uuffy everything lb gliding along
ot civilities, and thai rare and beautr
fill pictuieentitled. "Yes mi, make me
an extra one.'"
.lack Kdwardss.iid begot himself an
everlasting photograph ot "Hilly. The
Coat," ab well as of the si. neighbor-,
that i ode him (the goat.;
Gene Pophaill begged il pie bills en
gagemcnl and left for parts well-know n.
pioud of the business we have had this
'season, which lias been twice the
amount of any previous year, and
dcmnnMiatch that the people appre
ciate 0111 ellmts to treat them right.
We feel gtatel'ul to the people, and
hope they will be with us again next
veai. .lames Hasslei. 17-Ut
Notice Now is tho time to make
arrangements for your concrete
walks. I am making special prices
up to March 1 on all kinds of con
crete work. All work guaranteed.
See meat once. P. .S.Ruvenstein.
Otis Pophani has resigned his posi
tion as clerk at the pastoffiie.
Gum and maple boxing 312.50 a
1,000. 10 ft. cypress fencing S14 a 1,000.
Everything else in proportion. C. W.
Frick. lltf
Joe H. Wilson,
returned from
through the west.
Diamond .loe, has
im extended trip
No. 1135
ol tlie fiiiuucinl i onditiou ot the
at Hayti, State of Missouri, at the
close of business on the 5th day of
February, l'.MM, published in the Hay
ti Herald, a newspaper published at ,
Hay ti. State of Missouri, on the 1 Stli
day ot February. HMI'l.
Loans and discounts, undoubt
edly wood on personal or '
Loans, ie.il estuti
Uei drafts
Heal estate (banking bouse)
Other ii'.il estate
Fiiimtuie and lixtuies
Duelioin other banks and
bankers, subject to check
Cash items
Mil 572 .Vt
I8 545HI
14 1 52
1 (iliO 00
(1021 25
I 574 25
I HI 1 1 '
25(1 25
2:i5!)()ll I
1 H71 ..'
$3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00
Total ii!t 121 .11 1
Capital stock paid in . . W0 000 00
Surplus Fund SOU 00
I'ndivided protlts, net .. 2 4(11 (it
Due to Hanks and bankers,
subject to cheek 0 000 00
Individual deposits siibjict
to check . 211 5S7 I!"
Time cei tillcates of deposit 5 5US 01
Other liabilities, as follows:
Stockholders' account 1 "ol 00
Total . . 00 121 .11
State of Missouri l
County of Pemiscot f "''
We, .1. L. Dorris as president and
T. A. McNail as cashier of said bank,
each of us, do solemnly swear that
the aboe statement is true to tlie best
of our knowledge and belief.
.1. L. Humus, President.
T. A. MoNaii,, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 12th day of February, A. D. nine
teen hundred and nine.
Witness my hand and notarial seal
on the date last afoiesaid. (Cominis
"s"v siouedandijualiliedfor a tenn
(hKAi.) expiring May ill, IIHKI)
vsf John T. 1Uicki.i:y
Notary Public.
L. c. Avkiui.i.j
L. Li:i'i.i:n
Let us fit you with a pair of Royal Blue Shoes and
how comfortable they feel
$3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00
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