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The Hayti herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1908-1922, June 24, 1909, Image 6

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Lailies hand bugs U holler's U4lf
Wots Hcttli wti.s liini from I'a-colu
Salimln.x.
Paints mid window glass at Li IIit'h.
Kev. .1. .1. ICnighl died at Mtirton
lat Thur-iia.
(CtliHou phonographs anil records at
heller's. 21tf
Mis Jessie KerroU hu returned
fiom school.
J. A. Kui'if. (if Hraggailooio was in
llayti Saturday.
if your paper stops, try paying up
our subscription.
Mi-,. Tom Williams and link son
arc away on a visit.
A full lino of fruit jura, rubbers and
c.ins, at J. L. Dorris'.
Hooker Sanders was out from ("ti
rtithorsvillo Sunday .
Atch S. Hut-sell left 'IncHday for a
vimt to Km uiington.
Wall paper, carpet paper and build
ing paper at heller's, 21tf
Wt'W II. I'.ittorsYin of I 'ortageville
was in llayti Monday.
Paints, oils and glass. Dr. Train
inann'B Drugs Store. 'Jt
.Mis. Emily Taylor visited in l'oitnge
vilie Satuiday and Sunday.
Glass of all kindH at Dr. Traut
mann's Drug Store. Hi
The more news you tell lis the more
you will .see in the Herald.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, hemp's
special brow. Caruthersville.
.1. W. McFarland of Caruther.sville
spent Saturday in llayti.
Use the beat, Senour'a floor paint.
Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store. 21!
Horn, to Mr. and Mr.s. Charlie
Pliillips. Tuesday, a line girl.
Colo & Lilly's double body paint, at
Dr. Trautmann's Drug Store. 26
Miss Georgia .lames of Caruthcr.s
ille visited in llayti Sunday.
Pi of. DavidHon was in Kennett Tucs
day, in inteiesl of the Red Men.
M. Shaffer of I 'ascot a paid u a
pleasant call Saturday afternoon.
15. A. McKay was out from Caruth
ersville Saturday on legal business.
White goods the best and most at
tractive line in town. L. C. Averill.
Judge S. P. Williams attended to
business at Caruthersville Thursday.
You can't farm without good tools.
Buy Blount's plows from Averill. .'51 2t
The Baptist church at Wardill had
an old fashioned basket dinnei Sun
day. Just received, a nice line of dresser
scarfs and linen towels, at J. L. Dor
ris'. J. it. Brewer, of New Madrid, was
in llayti on legal business Wednes
day. I will accommodate those wanting
Lime, Brick or Cement. P. S. Haven
stein. 24tf
Dr. Hudgins of Caruthersville was
in llayti Friday, on professional busi
ness. Albert LJlankenship of Braggadocio
attended Odd Fellow lodge Saturday
night.
The news you know, but do not see
In the Herald, is the news you failed
to toll us
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lemp's
latest and beat special brow. Caruth
ersville. Judge J. S. Gossom attended to le
gal business in TIayti Wednesday of
last week.
Tom Turpln was up from Covington
Saturday night to attend the Odd Fel
low lodge.
Chickens wanted highest market
price paid, cash or trade. Spot Cash
Grocery. 30tf
The M. W. A. of Braggadocio will
give a barbecue July 13, and promise
a good time.
If you want to get those weeds out
of your crop, buy Blount's plows
from Averill. 31 21
Mrs. Ike Troutman will leave Friday
on a visit to her old home in Mead
county, Ivy.
Piano and Organ for sale, at a bar
gain. Firstclass condition. G. W.
Dorris, Hayti. 17tf
Mrs. Sallio McFarland visited her
son, J. ut Caruthersville last week,
returning Sunday.
Miss Johana Olree of Lotterdam,
Holland, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Anna Olreo In tills city.
Charlie. Keirsoy of Braggadocio has
accepted a position at Dr. Trautmann's
Drug Store.
Ask to sou those "Jewel" Bed
Spreads at J. L. Dorris'. They are
extra largo and only cost ShfiO.
See the large ml in this issue for the
l'ortagevlllo barbecue July ,'1. You
are invited.
The llnyii bull team will play at
Poilageville on July ,'!, the day of the
big hill hectic.
Twieo-ii-Weok Democrat: M rs.
Frank Cunningham visited in llayti
last Saturday.
HenidoH the watch stolen fiomllarve
Doiiis the other day, tlic theft of WO
is also repotted.
Mrs. ICirkendall, wife of Kcv. Klrk
endiill, deceased, died at Wardcll
Tuesday of last week.
W. A. Long of Braggadocio went
to Memphis hist week, to buy a new
boiler for his gin
Mr. Dunn, of Lutcsvillc, father of
Ham Dunn, arrived Saturday morn
ing, a few hours after his son died.
Mrs. I'oarl Gaskins and sister, Miss
Ada Hayes, are visiting their sister,
Mrs. Lena Graham, at Fredericktown.
Gum and maple boxing .512.50 a
l.UOu 115 fl. cypress fencing iU a 1,01)0.
Everything else in proportion. O. W.
Frick. lltf
Morgan Worth came in Thursday
and became a subscriber to the Her
ald. Morgan is one of our best farm
ers. Brack Gaskins is going to close his
restaurant during the summer months,
but may open Tor business again tins
fall.
Atlec Jackson, of the linn of Cul
pepper iV Jackson, will leave Friday
on a visitto his oldliomc at Buclianan,
Tenn.
Mr.s. Levina Wilks anil Mib.s Lexia
Snow of Chute Sixteen arc visiting
friends and i datives in Hayti this
week.
(tene Popham was in fiom Shades
switdi Tuesday and reported that lie
had 10 acres of lino corn ready to lay
Engino and boiler for Hale 25 horse
power boiler and 15 horse power en
gine, Erie make, good order, at bar
gain price. C. W". Frick, llayti, Mo.
Dr. i'liipps of Caruthersville passed
through llayti on Wednesday of last
week to consult witli Dr. Cunningham
at the Cape.
Grit Koto asphalt roofing, feltspar
surface one side, sanded surface one
side. One of the best roofings made.
Call and see it and get prices. C. V.
Frick. I50tf
J J. Morgan of Braggadocio, who
is working in the interests of the lted
Men, was a business caller at our
olllce Saturday. j
Don't forgot to send your bucket !
down to J. L. Dorris7 after some of
that home made sorghum. If you
can't come or send, phone your order
in.
Wo have riceivod volume ."51, No. !)
ol 1 lib Cape Girardeau News, an old
now paper. It is bright und clean
and shows ability.
The Dr. Trautmann Drug Store is
now moved into the Kolin new build
ing, and the Dr. expects to make a
nice, up-to-date display.
Bridge timber and lumber of all
itinds, 2 and 2J. in. oak flooring, side
walk lumber, oak and cypress, dress
ed and lough palings, always on hand
at reasonable prices. 0. W. Frick.
Mrs. O. L. Sponcerof BlodgetU isit
cd Ho. T. G. Fallin and family
Saturday and Sunday, returning homo
Monday, accompanied by Miss Mattio
Fallin.
W. P. Hovis of Flat River was in
llayti last week, looking after his land
interests. He is thinking of going to
Panama in a few months, to buy some
land there.
We are dosing out our Columbia,
Victor and Zonophone lOlnoh records
at -15 cents each. We have 1.000 re
cords in stook. Also a good discount
on graphophones. Ohas. Goodrich,
Carutheraville.
Rev. J. J. Wilson of Concord was a
business culler at the Herald olllce
Thursday, and handed us a dollar.
IIo reports crops in his neighborhood
as looking line.
Rev. Len Williams and wlfo of
Glass, Tenn., who are on a visit to
Mrs. Williams' parents, taken dinner
with friends in Havtl Sundav. after
Rev. Williams preached a very in
teresting sermon at the Christian
church.
Bobbers hioko into and pilfered Mrs.
Mary L, liueklev's trunk on the plat
form at the depot Saturday night,
wlieie it was taken preparatory to her
dopurturo for homo Monday morning.
Mrs. Buckley is a very old lady, and
doubtless many most prized keep
suker, were taken. Ihispllfering about
the depot has been quite fiequent, and
it is hoped something may be done to
put. a stop to It1
Misses Violet and Noll Hayes visit
ed in Caruthersville Sunday.
TheSunath ball team will nlnv Iluyti
Sunday. The Senath team beat llayti
too bad to talk about, last Minday,
so if you want to ace sonic woik for lost
honors, hco Sunday's game.
Ice users should get our coupon
books. Saves worry anil time mnk- ,
lug change, uvoldB mistakes, alwayB '
ready. Terms cash. Money refunded
nnv time Books carried on wagon,
llayti Storage. 30tf
I'. S. Ravcnsteln and wife, Ruth
Morgan and children and Kate llitr
bcrt and children taken dinner at D.
King's Saturday, in honor of their
guests, Rev. Len Williams and wife.
A full lino of Waltliam, Elgin, Hani
den, Spriimtlold and Smith Bend
watches, Wo handle no 2iu1h. Noth- i
log but tlio best, that has passed in
spection at the factory. Chas. Good
rich, Oaruthorsville. 10
Charlie Stanley of Campbell, in
company with a woman by the name
of Maud Warden, were arrested bv
Marshal Lcllcr last Thursday. They '
were lined $1'..40 and wenton their way.
Yesterday Wakariisa Tribe No. 171,
Hayti, Mo., paid $100 to the widow of
A. II. Dunn, same being the funeral
benefits duo from the lodge for a do-
fi,nHPil fniimlww Mr llmm iliurt 1,'ii.
day night, and at the icgulur meeting
'P I :.-!.. .1... 1 1! !..
i iiesuiiv jiihl iiiu weiieiiir uiu uiuei-
od )iaid.
Services at the Methodist church
June 27th, at 11 a. in. Sermon by the
Pastor. Sacrament of the Lord's Sup-
ner. Children's ihi sciwici! at 8 n. in.
Wednesday June .ill. at ft p
mini by II. P. Crow of
Every one invited to attend.
A meeting of delegates fiom each of
the seven Tribes of I. (). K. M. of
I'cmisL'iit county will meet in llayti,
Fiiday afternoon, 2"th, for the
purpose of ai ranging for a grand
county picnic and war dance. It is
intended to lie made the laigest and
grandest tiling of the kind ever
hold in Southeast Missoiiii. and will be
attended by many noighhoiing tiibcs.
Mrs. Mary L. Buckley of Henderson,
ICy., who has been visiting her son,
John T, Buckley, for soms time, and
other relatives at Kennett, returned
home Monday, accompanied by her
granddaughters, Misses McIIaney and
Potoi'liold of Kennett, who arc on their
way to Kno.wille, Tenn., to attend
school. The young ladies camo over
from Kennett Sunday and spent tho
dav with Mr. Bucklov.
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GROCERY
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PRICES NOT CUT
You certainly owe it to yourself
to save all the money you can, and it
is my purpose in business to help you
save money. I do not cut the price or
sell below cost, but I MAKE my own
prices, and make them just as LOW
as possible, quality considered. If
you will come to my store you will
see that this is true.
Pump Pipe per foot I2c
Pump pitchers each $1.25
SEE OUR LINE OF
Corn and Cotton Hoes
Hoe Handles
Saws and Sundries, etc.
A Few Ice Cream Freezers
LADIES!
J. L. Dorris has a nice lino of mus
lin nnilnrwfinr Whnf'o ttin nun In
sowing, this hot weather, when you
uuii uuy Lilt? rcuuy muuu ciriuoiiL us
cheaply as you can buy the goods?
It would be poor policy for me to tell you one thing and
undertake to do another. The people cannot be fooled. The
only sure way to success is to "make good." This is the point
I want to get you to understand, and I cannot get you to under
stand it unless you will visit my store, inspect the quality of my
goods, get my prices and test my weights and measures. Try it.
SPOT CASH GROCERY
Hayti,
Mo.
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SAT., JULY 3
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF
JONAH DELISLE
Fifty Sheep and hogs will be
Barbecued for the occasion, and
arrangements made to feed 2,000
people.
BRAN DANCING
During Entire Day, Up to 12:00
Midnight.
MERE, Y-GO-R O TJ N D
Arrangements have been made
with Messrs Tenny & Nelf to
place their Merry-go-round on
on the barbecue grounds.
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