C. V. Krlck is ill this week.
J. A. Myers is a Herald subscriber.
Mrs. l'etirl Guskins lius been ill for
Crawford is ill of
Mrs. T. .1. Greenwell of Carleton is
a new subscriber.
Mrs. Mollie Gwin bus rotvirned from
her visit at Memphis.
('apt. Allen is attending tbe fair at
Marion Wbltnor of Cape Girardeau
was in Hayti the llr-t of the week.
... MILLINERY ...
LADIES: Gf to Hose Uryant of
Hayti for your bats. There you will
find styles and prices that can't be
Of tbe live years I have been in
business, none hii" been so prom
ising as the jnesent season, I'.IO'.J.
Come ami see. and you will be
pleased. South Side 1'ub. Square.
Mrs. J. S. Sturm is visiting re
latives at Eckerty, Ind.
Miss Rachel Cossel of Blytliovillo
visited in Hayti Tuesday.
Tuesday night some one stole a load
of cotton from John Baird.
Mrs. Emma Walker and Mrs. Kate
Burnett are visiting at Mrs. Harmon's.
Mcsdames Mollie Gwln and Winnie'
P. Huffstuttor went down to Mem
phis last week, and returned with his
wife Thursday. Mrs. Hullstuttot is
The grist mill at Hnytl is now ready
for biiBinoBB. Custom work prompt
ly attended to. Meal, and chops for
Rev. Allen D. Rankin, on his way
to liis new field of labor at Illmo.
Gwin visited at Caruthersville Sun-spent Wednesday night and part of
Seattle, Washington, g
j June 1 to October 16, 1909
For full details and for rates
anywhere out west, call on
J. G. SARIUS
Agent Frisco Lines
HAYTI, --- MO.
Geo. Dorris left for St Louis
Wednesday night to attend the cen
tennial. D. V. Rust of Troy Ind., is hero
In company with Herbert Rust, pros
pecting. Tom Ingle was over from Gayso
Tuesday, and reports his wife getting
Bill Knight was out from Caruthers
ville Tuesday, and expects to move
buck to Hayti.
Dupe Russell of Farmington came
down Tuesday, and may remain here
through the fall.
Lcnurd Sprinkle came in from
Yarbro's store Tuesday and subscrib
ed for the Herald.
Surrey for sale, good order, shafts
and tounguo, bargain, $23. Mrs. Lou
Morris, Hayti, 50-4t
Mr-.. Emily Taylor returned lust
week from a viit to her son, Jack
Huddle, above St. Louis.
L. L. La Hue, fonnan of the upper
end of the Alfalfa Farm, is one of our
latest cash subscribers.
Wm Hale was in from Black Island
Monday, to which place he moved
about two weeks ago.
Dr. R. C. Cresswell left for St.
Louis Tuesday night, to attend the
centennial and visit friends.
Miss Joy Speer of Braggadocio
came in Tuesday and renewed their
subscription for another year.
Don't forget, the Hayti grist mill
will grind your corn or exchange
meal for it, any day in the week.
Mrs. A. J. Fagan and Miss Reiley,
wlio have been visiting in Hayti, re
turned to the (Jape last Thursday.
John W. Taj lor, claim ugunt for
the Frisco, was in llajti Tuesday, on
business connected with the Brantly
State Organizer II. L. Davidson and
Deputy W. 15. Willson organized a
tribe of lied Men at Concord Monday
J. L. Dorris, with his sons, John,
Ilarvuv and Walter, left Monday night
for St. Louis to assist in celebtating
B. ('. Young of Richurdsvillc Ky.,
luis been visiting, his sister Mrs.
Ada Fallin, and left Sunday night
for his home in Ky.
Thursday in Havti.
Ladies, you need one of those
"Kloseflt" petticoats to glvo your
form that slender effect. J. L. Dorris
has them in all eizeB and colors. 40
W. H. Skinner and wife returned
from Jackson, where they were look
ing up titles to 21,000 acres of land
left by their ancestors.
We are closing out our Columbia,
Victor and Zonophono 10 inch records
at -15 cents each. We have 1,000 re
cords in stock. Also a good discount
on graphophones. Ohas. Goodrich,
A delegation of Dunklin county
Ben-Hurs passed through Hayti Mon
day on their way to their District Con
vention at Sikeston on Oct. 4th and j
Ice users should get our coupon i
books. Saves worry and time mak- j
ing change, avoids mistakes, always
ready. Terms cash. Money refunded
any time. Books carried on wagon, i
Hayti Storage. SOtf
Three car loads of silica have been
unloaded and placed on the Hayti and
Concord road, the citizens paying for
the work. More is coining and will
be promptly taken care of.
A full line of Waltham, Llgin. Ham
den, Springfield and South Bend
watches. We handle no 2nds. Noth
ing but the best, that has passed in
spection at the factory. Chas. Good
rich, Caruthersville. 30
P. H. Smith of Cape Girardeau,
received a telegram while hero Mon
day night, calling him to St. Louis to
take a position in the claims depart
ment of the Frisco railroad.
The Frisco new schedule for passen
ger trains which went into licet Sun
day, is as follows: 801, south bound,
;5:4r p. m.: 802, north bound, 12:10
p. m.: 811, from Cape Girardeau,
S):l." p. in .; 812, for Cape Girardeau,
0:21 a. in.; 821, for Memphis, 5:20
a. in.; an lrom Aieinpnis, iv:m
p. in.; b05, for Memphis, "li.'IO. a. in.;
80(1, for St. Louis, 12:2.' a. in.;
The most durable machine made is
the New Home. We also handle the
ball bearing Singer, the Wu.iiG. Fkee,
the New Ideal, the Eldredge, the Wil
cox and Gibbs. With, over 45 years
handling and repairing machines, we
are competent to tell you which is the
beat. Ohas. Goodrich, Caruthersville.
Don't be deceived, but
ask the price and see
the quality. We are
here to make good.
Oak Leaf Four in wood $6.50
Same in 48 lb sacks 1.70
Same in 24 lb sacks 85
Boquet Flour in wood 5.75
Same in 48 lb sacks 1.50
Same in 24 lb sacks 75
Cranberries per quart 10c
Celery per bunch 5c
Lemons per dozen 15c
Everything else in proportion.
We're after your business.
One of the largest balloons sent up
at the St. Louis centennial the 4th
was sighted at ITajti about .'i:00 p. m.
the 5th. It was hanging over the
river, between Hayti and Caruthers
ville, traveling in a southerly direct
ion, and was at a good height.
Mrs. Win. Yearly left on the early
train Wednesday morning for Nettle
ton, Ark., where she lias been called
to the bedside of her husband, who
was taken ill while visiting his parents
at that place.
Of the money deposited with this bank is guarded by
as careful, conservative board of directors as you will
It's worth while to take into consideration the
character, integrity and responsibility of the men be
hind a bank before making your selection of one to
do business with.
The directorate of this bank is made up of men
who are individually successful and collectively able
to safeguard your interests.
- P?ALL 1
BANK OF HAYTI
CAPITAL STOCK $20,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $1,500
John L. DoiutiB, Prefl. L O. Avinuu., Vice-Pros.
T. A. McNaii,, Cu3liJer.
John L. Dorms. Jack Avemll. L. L. Lhfi.ku.
Dk. J. W. Johnson. I. Koiin. B. S. Stearns.
STERI.1NO H. MCOAHTV. -
Staple and Fanoy Groceries, Fruits and Produce
We also handle Fresh Bread, Celery and Choice Breakfast Foods
Graniteware, Tinware, Glassware, etc
We make the beet prices possible and will appreciate your trade.
NEAR 8AN0ER8 BROS. OLD STAND. - HAYTI, MI880URI
With the coming of fall new conditions arise,
and wideawake merchants must prepare new
lines. We know the wants of the people, as a
visit to our store will prove to any one.
Below we quote you only a few of our many
good things. We ask you to call and see how
complete our stock is in every line.
GENTS' FURNISH- DRY GOODS DEPT.
Wright's Health Underwear,
$2.00 per suit.
Cooper's Spring Needle Un
derwear, $2.00 per suit.
Flat Fleece Underwear, heav
iest quality, $1.00 per suit.
All Wool Fancy Striped Mo
hair, 1 yard wide, 00c per
yard a good quality.
Fancy Satin Striped Suitings
in all colors, 25c per yard.
Good, Heavy Outing Flannel,
10c per yard the veiy best
quality for the price.
Do not lose sight of the fact that my stock is
complete in every department, and that you
can find no better prices in Pemiscot county.
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