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The Hayti herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1908-1922, September 02, 1909, Image 6

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Many Things Worth Reading,
Wnll paper at Lofler'8.
Mrs. Ed Cameron died Monday.
Mrs. .1. F. Injjle Is able to bo up.
Jar rubbers at Lefler'a.
Evcrton Spcer is reported ill this
ucck.
Judjfc Riley Henderson was in Hay
ti Monday.
Paints and oil at Lefler'a.
Mr. and Mrs D. C. Stubbs are at
Hot Springs.
Von Mayes attended to business in
Kennutt Monday.
Window glass at Lefler'a.
Ilev, Z. R. Spenco is a dollar sub
scriber to the Herald.
Miss Ruby Morris lias returned
from a two weeks vacation.
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Building paper at Lefler'a.
Miss Dona Heasloy of Memphis is
visiting in Hayti this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ensley of Bragga
docio were in Hayti Monday.
Rubber roofing at Lefler'a.
Archie Haimiion of Caruthersville
visited Ward Dorris Monday.
Mrs. Lum Letter and grandson, Er
nest, visited in Kennett Friday.
Amos lIulTmsm left Tuesday for
Scotts, Ark., to bo gone some time.
('. J. Mayes and wife drove over to
Caruthersville yesterday afternoon.
The Herald is a little late this week
and the editor somewhat overworked.
Miss Georgia .Tame.-, of (Juruthers
ville is spending her vacation in Hay
ti. Miss Irene Haines of Maiden is
visiting in Hayti and Kennett this
week.
Mesdames A. D. Popham and
Robert Popham visited in Hraggadocio
Monday.
Dr. D. D. Crowe of Caruthersville
attended to professional business in
Hayti Monday.
HALF-WAY HOUSE
FRED MORGAN'S
SALOON
Caruthersville, Mo.
JUG AND MAIL ORDER
Trade receives our most prompt and careful attention.
This class of trade is a specialty with us, and you can trust us
to fill your orders. When you want whiskey for medicinal
purposes when your doctor prescribes it for you or for your
wife and babies, you certainly want the best and purest to be
had, and want your orders filled right. That's exactly what
we will do. Orders filled same day received.
PRICE LIST
For your guidance in Bending us your orders, wo give he
low n list of goods and prices. You can send your order for any
of these goods and roat assured that you will got just what you
pay for, no matter who you are or where you live.
G. H. Sharpo, SI1 por gal., per quart $ .75
Montreal Malt. Tno Doctors proscribe this for weak wom-
J en and medicinal purposes, B4 per gul., per quart 1.00
Cedar Urook, bottled in bond. $5 per gal., per quail 1.23
Cedar Urook, in barrel, $4 per gal., pur quart 1.00
Yellow Stone, case goods, 85 por gal., per quart l.L'5
Yellow Stono, in barrel, $4 per gal., Per quart 1.00
King of Kentucky, 9 years old, $1 por gal., per quart 1.00
Old Log Cabin, $4 per gal., per quart 1.00
Old Atherton, 34 per gal., per quart 1.00
J. U. T., bottled in bond, $5 per gal., per quart 1.25
Gaines Old Crow, bottled in bond, por quart 1,75
O. T. C. (Uillie Lno) bottled in bond, porquart 1 50
Guckonheimer Kyo, bottled in bond, par quart 1.60
Anderson County, full quarts, bottled in bond 1,25
Sam ('lay, $4 pur gnl., per quart 1.00
4 year old yellow corn. &J per gal., per quart 75
2 year old corn, f2 pur gal., quart 50
Hhoifeldt Hud, &J pur-gal., quart 50
Call on me when in Caruthersville. Don't forget the
name and the place. You will be treated right.
Condensed for Busy Readers
Miss Paulino Thrower of Carutbers-
villo is visiting Miss Madge Trainor
this week.
Ferd Morris left for St. Louis last
Friday, accompanied by his little
daughter.
Mrs. Iona Brown and husband of
Deering visited homo folks Saturday
and Sunday.
Mrs. Z. R. Spcnco and son, are
visiting her parents at Farmington for
a few weeks.
Miss Ruby Morris rendered an ex
cellent solo at the Methodist church
Sunday night.
Dr. G. V Phipps of Caruthersville
hud professional business in Hayti
last Thursday.
Amos Huffman visited his daughter,
Mrs. Emma Hudson at Tyler Saturday,
returning Sunday.
The little son and daughter of pho
tographer Gunionleft for a visit at St.
Louis Tuesday.
Misses Emma and Mittie Webb and
Mrs. Mollie Fullerton visited in Por
tageville last week.
Mrs. Mollie Edwards was injured
Thursday night, while alighting from
the train at the depot.
II. L. Jones of Morehouse visited
friends in Hayti and Braggadocio
Friday and Saturday.
W. R. Willson and little daughter,
Lois, returned this week from an ex
tended visit to Georgia.
Jack Teaster carried his wife to Ca
ruthersville Sunday for treatment, and
she is reported as improving.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitaker
at Gayoso, Sunday night, a fine girl,
Dr. F. A. Mayes attending.
Miss Lyda Mitchorson loft Wednes
day for Richmond, Va., to join her
mother, who left in April.
Miss Sadie Raymond who for sever
al years has been the foremost charac
ter soubrette on the American stage,
will present The Missouri Girl at the
City Hall Sept. 11.
Prof. Ilargrovo, principal of tho
Hayti public schools Is hero, prepara
tory to opening school Monday.
The first automobile over in Hayti
passed through Sunday ovening, from
Capo Girardeau to Caruthersville.
Special musical services at the M.
E. church Sunday night will consist
in part of a solo by Miss Jessie Fer
rell. The Campbell Lumber Company of
Kennett have a pago ad in this issue
of the Herald that it will pay you to
read.
L. C. Averill attended tho county
court at Caruthersville Monday, as
did also A. J. Dorris and P. M. Per
kins. On account of tho illness of Mrs.
Ferd Morris and baby, Ferd Morris
and daughter have returned from St.
Louis.
Gum and maolo boxing 812.50 a
1,000. 10 ft. cypreaa fencing 814 a 1,000.
Everything else in proportion. C. W.
Frick. lltf
Prof. B. S. Stearns and wife return
ed Wednesday from Columbia, where
Mr. Stearns had been attending the
university.
Just received, a new lot of "Silver"
Collars, the only collar with the linl
eord eyelet. They wont tear out. J.
L. Dorris.
Wanted At this ollice, a bright,
intelligent boy to learn the printer's
trade. No nay for first month. Edu
cation must be fair.
Miss Sadie Raymond, and her clov
er company, will appear in that fa
mous comedy The Missouri Girl at the
City Hall Sept. 11.
Haiman Kohn is at Monett, Ark.,
looking after the Kohn Bros, store,
while Arthur and I. Kohn are in St.
Louis, buying goods.
We have Pome extra good things in
men's and boy's underwear for hot
weather. Get something thin and
keep cool. J. L. Dorris,
Twice-a-Weck Democrat: Bill York,
who is giving Hayti a mighty good
paper in tho Horald, spent Saturday
afternoon in this city.
J. L. Dorris' has tho finest line of
laces and embroideries ever brought
to Hayti. Ask to see them, whether
you want to buy or not.
T. It. Huffman, the Troy, Indiana,
banker, was in Hayti this week, visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. B. L. Guffy,
and attending to business.
Now is a good time to have the Her
ald sent to your friends anil i datives.
They will enjoy it more than a letter,
because it tells all the news.
When you see a cross mark on your
paper, made with a pencil, it tells you
that your subscription is out and we
aBk you to renew at once Not bear
ing from you promptly, wo will stop
the paper.
Andrew Dorris, L. C. Averill and
F. M. Perkins were in yesterday from
Hayti, interviewing county court in
tho interest of a silica road north and
eastofthatcity. Twice-a-Week Demo
crat. Von Mayes roports that in the jus
tice court at C'ville last Friday the
justice retired and deliberated with
the jury. Von says this is another
signal indication of tho growing mod
ern tendancy to dilate tho power of
the court.
More Silica Roads.
We did not have time this week to
give the "silica roads" proposition
tho write up we intend to, but tho
following from the Twire-a-Weck
Democrat will show the position of tho
county court in the mutter:
"At its Monday sessioncounty court
ordered that $0000 be set aside from
tho Swamp Land Fund and placed to
the credit of tho road fund. This
money will bo used to pur-iiaso silica
for tho public roads of tho count.v.
Tho silica will bo used as follows:
Concord and Hayti roud, 2J miles,
and Caruthersville and Braggadocio,
2 miles. Tho people of the county
are commencing to appreciate good
roads, and while thocourt only order
ed live miles built, it is the prediction
of tho Democrat that within tho next
live years there- will be at least 50
miles of silica roads in this county.
Land For Sale.
80 acres cut over land, The very
beat there is in the county, spice wood
and cane ridge land; not a drop of
rain water on it. This Is the best SO
acre tract In tho county for a man
that wants to open up a small farm.
Deal direct with owner and save mld
dlemens' profit.
F. D. Morria, Hayti, Mo.
THIS
SPACE
BELONGS
TO
THE
SPOT
GROCERY
Kind Words.
We want to hay something about
Uncle Pete Williams, as most every
one calls him. Uncle Pete is one of
our best farmer's and has been fore
man for tho Alfalfa FarmingCompany
for several yearn, but having the mis
fortune to lose hi-, wife he had to give
up his job. Uncle Petohus three little
children by his late wife, two girls
and one boy. They are bright as can
bo and will grow up and be a noble
man and women. We certainly wish
Uncle Pete much happiness yet through
his life.
A Friend.
Show Coming.
Tho Choute and Herbert dramatic
show will be in Hayti Friday, Septem
ber ;$. They will present Myrtle Fern,
a four-act melodrama. Vaudeville
specialties between every act, making
one of the best shows ever played in
our city. Admission will be 15 and
25 cents. Don't forget tho date.
Band concert at 4:.'I0 p. ra.
To Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that I have
revoked all authority heretofore given
to any person to either Hell, or collect
rents on, any lands belonging to me
in Pemiscot County, Missouri.
I nave no agonts,
September 2, 1009.
Mrs. M. F. Sandidge, Granite, Okla.
Special Notice.
Notice is hereby given that I, the
undersigned, who have formerly had
charge of the It. G. Sandidgo and
wife land (M. F. Sandidge), have re
linquished all my right, title and in
tersest in same. This Sept. 2, 100!).
F. A. Mayks, M. D., Hayti, Mo.
Cut Price on Lumber.
In order to make room, I make the
following special prices: One lot
cypress boxing 910 to $12.50 per 1000,
Good prime shingles 82.50 per 1000.
Ono lot 2x4, 2x0, 2x8 and 2xl0's, $12
per 1000. One lot cull oak and cy
press, mixed, 88 per 1000. Cypresa
fencing $12 per 1000,
O. W. Frick, Hayti, Mo.
For hcuduclio Dr Milts' Auti-l'uln 1'Ills
CASH
New Corn For Sale.
For sale, 75c per bushel. The very
boat that grows. Enquire either at
J.L. Dorris store, Hayti, or F. T).
Morris farm, Concord.
Residence For Sale.
Finest and best residence in Hayti.
Will either sell or trade. Reason for
selling, have moved to farm. Doal
direct with owner. Save middlomens'
profit.
F. D. Morris, Hayti, Mo.
VON MAYES
LAWYER
Hayti, - - Mo.
VIRG. P. ADAMS
Notary Public
Ileal Estnto and Insurance
Oflico South Side Square
Hayti, - - - Missouri
THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE
LIGHT RUNNING
Ifyou want cltlipraVlhrntlngHliultlo, Rotary
Bhuttlo or nHlnelo Thread Chain Mitch
Howiug Machine wrllo to
THE HEW HOME SEWIN0 MACHINE COMPANY
Orange, Mass.
Many sewing machines are made to (ell regardless of
ijualiiy, but llic Nuw Ilumo is made to wear.
Our euaranty nccr runs out.
Mold by uiitliorlzi'ri iIvulvrM ouly,
roK SALE uy
(Juab. Goodrich, Caruthersville, Mo,
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