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Ljl iihib i Tn r fc;WPJ$'tfr itnr ft.1 1T1 i.7iiai'5Mm iimiii im uri'iiiiiw m i IS ! ! t ) R i 'I V. If: 1 l;i l R Announcements for City Office Announcements in this column are charged fur nt the rato of $2.50, cash in mlvancc. Those who want oflici1 should place their names before the people in time for careful consideration. City Election Aran. 0, 1909. FOR MARSHAL. S. E. Judbn We aro authorized to announce the name of S. E. Juden aa u candidate for the oliice of city inai shal of tho City of Hayti, Hubjcct to the action of the voters ut the city elec tion, April 6, 1U09. POLICE JUDUE K. M. Gwin -We are authorized to announce the name of V, M. Gwin uc a candidate for tlie oliice of police judge of the City of Hayti, subject to the ac tion of the voters at the city election, April 0, i909. FOR CITY CLERK. Chas. Morgan Wo are authorized to announce the name of Chas. Morgan aH a candidate for the oliice of city clerk or the City of Hayti, ubject to the ac tion of the voters at the city election, April 0, 1009. FOR ALDERMAN 2nd WARD. JamesA. Johnson We are authoriz ed to announce the name of James A. JohiiEon as a candidate for the oflioc of alderman 2nd ward of theCity of Hayti, subject to the aetionXof the voters at the city election, April 0, 1909. The postoiliue at this place is sorely in need of more boxes, and it was our understanding that this would be one of the improvements to be put in by the.iucoming incumbent or we might have insisted on something different. The Herald is paying rent on an old home made box that lias no key, and when we asked the P. M. this morn ing why he didn't put in a few more boxes he franklv gave us to under stand that "it was no money to him, ele." Hut the postoiliue is for the benefit and accommodation of the peo ple and is supposed to (ill the require ments of the ton n, and we believe the people huv'e a right to choose and re choose their servants. We hope our postmaster will provecquul to the oc casion and equal to the town. There i- nothing lost in postollice fixtures; they are supposed to stand as so much stock in trade to command the ap pointment and salary and each in coming postmaster is naturally sup posed to lake the fixtures as they stand in order to get the oliice. The board of health, Drs. Trautma'nn, Crider and Mayes, called at our oliice yesterday afternoon and informed us that there was no need for alarm or un easiness relative to the one or two cases of small pox; that they hud been carefully quarantined and (lagged, and that the law would be rigidly en forced to prevent anj spread. City oilluials are referred to chapter 15, section 04, Revised Ordinances City of Huti, which is as follows: 'I'liiiiHliiiient for Spreading Conta gious Diseases. Any person or persons within this city who are alllictcd with smallpox or other contagious disease, that shall walk about the streets, side walks, alleys or other public Highways within this city, or go to any public gathering or gathering of any kind or to any store, hotel, or any private resi dence while being aillicted with small pox or other contagious disease, there by causing exposuie of any person or porsons to same, within this city, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, und upon conviction thereof shall be lined not less than five nor more than fifty dollars." Whatever tho Herald may do to help or to assist in any good cause; whatever we may do for the sake of Immunity and to make the world bet ter; whatever wo may do for the churches, societies and lodges and to smooth down the' rugged pathway of life for our comrade travelers here, merits not a public plaudit for a duty COLONIST RATES To Points in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington. Effective March First and Running to April Thirtieth On Sulo Daily California Rato $30.50, Ono Way, and Others in Proportion J. G. Sarius, Agent Frisco Lines, Hayti, Mo. woll done, but the treasure of your kindnoss, your good-will and your encouragement and the sunshlno of your smiles of brotherly love to give a silvery lining th the clouds of adversity that hang in the horizon of a. life now pust its meridian and into whose hours the cvenl g shodows inivo already come. Kwsts. Mrs. J. T. Uuekley was ill this week. Ladies trimmed hats at L. C. Aver ill's. 20tf Harve Dorris was ill the first of the week. L. L. Lefler returned from St. Louis Tuesday. Walter Allen was in Kennett Satur day und Sunday. Robert Pitts at Dry Bayou is quite sick with erysiples. Theo. Klinkhardt is among our latest subscribers. Dr. Trautmann reports Mrs. Col thorp as greatly improved, and will be out in a few days. .Tames A. Johnson announces for alderman ofthesecond ward this week, and his platform appears elsewhere. Residence for Sale Nice four room residence, wt-s. side of school ecpiarp. Cash or eusy payments. H. L. Stiefel J. B. Foster, the Marshal of Steele, who had his preliminary atrial atCii ruthersville Saturday for the killing of Amos Waters at Steele, was acquit ted. Fred Clement of St. Louis was in our oliice Tuesday evening. He has bought an 80-aere farm just south of the Ferguson mil!, from the Pemiscot Land und Cooperage Co. Rev. Cooper of Kennett. en route home from Uust St. Louis, where he preached Sunday, missed connections at Hayti Tuesday and took dinner with Mr. und Mrs. W. B. Cordon. In the regular column will be found the announcement of !has. Morgan us a candidate for clerk of the City of Hayti. As we do not believe Charlie will be opposed, we will defer our "big windy' in his behalf. A few of the ladies of Hayti organiz ed a Civic League Wednesday. They will meet Saturday afternoon in city hull at, '2.'M. All ludies interested in beautifying our town are cordially invited to come and join them. Mrs. Gwin, pres., Mrs. Dones, viee-pres., Mrs. Morris, sect., Mrs. D. B. Hayes, treas. At the meeting of the city council Tuesday night very little business was attended to. The sinking fund was drawn on to pay the city hall interest, SHELL'S RESTAURANT N. W. tiornur Squure, Hayti. Mo. For your money'B worth in Short Order meals, Lunches, Cold Drinks, Confectioneries, FruitB, Fish and Game in Season, Cigars and every thing that goes to make a llratclass restaurant. Call once und you will come again. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Flit HAND LIFE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AGENT CONTRACTING AND 11UILDING Oliice at Home. Phono No.28 Hayti, - Missouri and Moreau GasTcins was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Alderman Fred Morgan, resigned. Tho resig nation of Henry Dortch, alderman of ward No. 2, who is now a residenf-of ward No. 1 was talked of, butnoundor standing arrived at. 11 " t Dcadbeats Must Pay. The Pemiscot county Medical Asso ciation met at Caruthersvtllo the' 5th. and among other business matters at tended to, discuBsed outstanding ac counts. Tho doctors are tired of being pressed into Bervlcc, expecting to got their money, to find that the person calling them is one of the "never-pay" kind, so the doctors made arrange ments to post one another on these matters, and hereafter people who want a doctor must expect to pay. LAND FOR LALE BUY A HOME IN PEMI8COT The Hayti Real EBlato Company has tho following described land and pro perty for sale, all in Pemiscot county, the land of cotton, corn and alfalfa and fine ranges for stock raising: 80 acres, cut over, unimproved land, on Frisco main line, $22.50 pur acre. 200 acres, two miles from Hayti, all cleared. 00 acrrs in alfalfa, good house, barns, wells, cistern and fruit, $05.00 per acre. Rents for $1,276 0j this year. 94 acres, two miles from niilroud, all cleared, five room house, two room house, all in cultivation, good fences anil bains, $40 per acre, s cash, bal ance in one year. 43 acres in cultivation at $40 per acre. 00 acres unimproved river bottom land, 4 miles frojn'Portage.ville, $15.00 per acre. 50 acres, 40 cleared and balance cut over, 5 acres in alfalfa, 2 good small houses, barns and out buildings, j mile from Frisco ruihood, price $2,000. 1200 ucres on one brunch of Fricco und J mile from other branch, 40 acres in cultivation witli good house and barn, balance cut over. This is about the only large tract of land to be had in this county now and can be had at $30 per acre. -which is a loF price for one wanting a large tract. 320 actus of virgin timber, estimated to have 2,000,000 feet, J of which is cy press. On Frisco railroad and the largest tract of virgin timber for sale in the county. Good alfalfa land. Price $30 per acre for land and timber, und it is cheap at that for the character of propel ty that it is. 1 good 14 room hotel in Hayti, tent ing for $40 per in mth in advance. Price $4,000. We have for sale several small resi dences in Hayti, suitable for small families or laborer's. Hayti is now booming some, one new brick business house going up and several more contemplated. Laborers are scarce in this town and command good jobs at good -wuges. We have several desirable residences for sale. Cull and see them. HAYTI REAL ESTATE COMPANY HAYTI, MISSOURI Ladies' Suits and Skirts, Ladies tailor made suits in green, blue and black, spring weight, 820.00. Ladies' skirls in voile and Pana ma, all colors, $2.50 to $10.00. I. I A FEW PRICES FROM I I OUR MAMMOTH STOCK I Ji- MP A viiy( lll4Vv$ n r- v w; ffi IrJwZxt I fc&ifiH Iwili BWMMatfBtfHEHHBHnHMsMflHHHHBB9EiBHBSP SPOT GROCERY 11,000 For 1c a Package Don't pay 5c for a package of seed that you can get for lc. Hundreds of people used these seed last year and know they are good. BETTER BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU EAT! If you had a craw like a chicken and a gizzard full of sand rocks you might eat al most anything, but the human stomach is a delicate piece of machinery and demands great care. Don't take liver and stomach medicine and pills; it's not that you need. Buy good, pure, wholesome, fresh groceries; buy the best, and see how different you feel. The market is full of cheap, rotten, nasty stuff, the slops and leavings from canning and packing houses, which is put up under bright labels and sold cheap. Beware of such stuff; its dangerous. We don't handle it; don't buy it; don't want it. We handle onry the best of everything that is to eat, at the lowest price such goods can be sold. Come to the QUALITY STORE. SPOT CASHTGROCERY Hayti, Elmer Stephens is another citizen who is going to keep step with tho pro gressiveness of the town, and is put ting material on the ground for a con crete walk in front of his residence und business property. We only quote below prices on a few of our best ar ticles. We have too many good things to quote in this space. This is only to give you an idea of what we have. If you will come to our store you will be surprised to see what an up-to-date stock we have. Give us a call and be convinced; we like to show our goods. , DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT i Lawn suitings, in blue, white the latest pattern in dress skirt length. 36 inch Indian head suitings, per yard. j Satin stripes in green, tan and 35c per yard. All wool Panama, in solid colors and in brown, blue and green striped, all the late shades and colors, prices 50c, 60c, 65c, 75c and $1 .00 per yard. MEN'S SUITS. We havo the celebrated "Clothes-to-llt" line, in young men's ami old men's sizes to lit all. All the lulest kinds in fan cy sleeves and pockets, together witli the nice lit you,get in these clothes makes you a "good look er" whether you are or not. Prices from 10 to $25. K O H CASH PACKAGES CHOICE GARDEN SEED Mo. Caruthersville Democrat: Hon. C. A. Crow returned last Saturday from Washington, D. C, on account of the serious illness of his wife, whom lie took to a hospital in Cairo on Wed nesday of tliis week. and tan, fifteen inch border, gooqs lor summer, ioc per in all colors and stripes, 1 7jc navy, light blue and black, MEN'S PANTS Men's pants, full peg, cuff style, in all worsted and flannels. Price from $3 to 5. We also have a large number of other pants at prices from ii 00 to $2.50. These are all good valueB and worth the mon ey. N V W i E1 ' M V UjLMBm . ,AMlWjJ"V'ir' I t'---:V-""'