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LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Many Things Worlh Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers
We tire Into this week on account of
some chunges for advertising coming
in on press iltiy. We are willing to
do anything to favor our advertisers,
Imt it should ho to thier interest for
the baper to come out on time, us each
leader expects to gut it and does not
like to wait a day. An advertisercan
get hlS'Copy to us one time as well as
another; lie knows he has the change
to make. Advertising copy should
come in Thursday, Friday, Saturday
or Monday, but never later than Tiies
at 7 u. in.
Don't forgot your coal. Winter
and void weather is right on you.
Bettor bo prepared. Oct your coal
now, whilo wo havo it, and plonty of
time ot haul it. Loavo orders at
Hayti Storage or Chns. Morgan's
butcher shop.
W. 13. Wilson went down to Ca
nithersville Tuesday to work up a
lied Men Tribe.
Tho latest & best "Set Snug" union
suits for ladies. Fine ribbed union
suits for men or ladies. J. L. Dorris
Mr. and Mis. Geo. S. Brown, of
Deering, spent Saturday and Sunday
with home folks in Ilayti.
Good fresh, clean meats, unod weights
ami courteous treatment is the motto
at Chns. .Morgan's butcher shop. 37tf
School will be dismissed Thursday
and Fridaj , on account of Thanks
giving and the Teachers' Association.
Several desirable residence- and
business lots in Hayti for sale. Ap
ply to T. A. McNail, at Bank of Hayti.
Dr. F. A. Mayes and daughter,
Mrs. Carrie Baldwin and children,
visited in Caruthersville lastThursday.
The grist mill at Hayti is now ready
for business. Custom work prompt
ly attended to. Meal and chops for
Hale 50 tf
Robert Dowd, of Paducah, Ky.,
who used to live in Pemiscot county
about twenty years ago, was here last
week.
Ladies' and cents' clothing cleaned
and pressed in up-to date style. M.
L. Argo, South Side Square, Next
Door to J. L. Dorris.
Lawyer .1. R. Brewer of New Mad
rid, who is attending court at Ca
ruthersville, was in Ilayti Sunday
and Sunday night.
Ladies, you need ono of those
"Kloseflt" petticoats to give your
form that slender effect. J. L. Dorris
has them in all sizes and colors. 40
Last week Willis Young sold $101. 7j
worth of pecans. This was less than
half of the crop, as he gave one half to
have them gathered.
"Kloseflt" petticoats fit without a
wrinkle ana without alteration.
Made with elastic gore no strings.
Guaranteed to (it. J. L. Dorris.
R. A. Speed is moving his family to
Bogoto, Tenn., today. Mr. Speed will
return to attend to and wind up his
all airs here"
Ladies' and gents' tailoring, dying,
cleaning, altering, pressing and re
pairing done and eatisfation guaran
teed. Prices reasonable. At mv
residence. Mrs. J. M. Argo. 2tf
J. A. Johnson, who is building a
house for Mrs. Minnie Specr at Brag
gadocio, was at home Sunday and
Monday and dropped a dollar into
our trousur.i.
H. L. Davidson visited his wife in
Indiana three days last week, and
while there mot a brother and sister
whom ho had not seen for six years.
Mrs. Artio Hajes and daughter,
Mrs. Lena Graham, who havo been
residing at Fredericktown for some
time, will return to Hayti to spend the
winter.
To show tho amount of railroad
business at Ilayti; and the need for
tho improvements going on, there
were ten trains in the yards at one
time Sunday.
Last Saturday Brack Gaskins had
a ntee piece of venison put away for
tho editor, but the venison tooth of
Uncle Roy got busy, and the editor's
craw went empty.
Tom I'arr of Alton, Ind., and his
brother, V. H. Carr of Harrishurg,
111., were in Pemiscot county last week,
looking after business matters. They
returned home Monday
Organizer II. L. Davidson of the
I. O. R. M. organized Lenowec Tribe
at Portagoville last week. He re
ceived a beautiful gold medal from
the Great Council of Missouri for
services rendered the order.
Prof. Wm. Bray of Scott county,
who is teaching school at Braggado
cio, went out Sunday to resume school,
wliich was dismissed for the cotton
season. He will move his family to
this county soon.
J. R. Huffman of Huffman, lnd.,
who was in Ilayti last week, visiting
hisdaughter, Mrs. B. L. GulTy, bought
tho entire Pascola Lumber Co., mill
lumber, timber, etc., that was sold at
U. S. marshal sale. The mill is of
40,000 feet capacity, and the deal was
a large one. "000 or 8000 feet of lum
ber is on the sticks.
In view of the fact that most people
prefer to eat ilieir thanksgiving dinner
witli home folks, the Ladies Aid de
cided to abandon tho ideofservingon
that day, and to have; instead, a
special song erviee at tho church in
the evening, with an appropriate
sermon by the pastor, at which time
a "free will offering" will be thank
fully recei ved.
Rev. R. T. Milnes, Supt. of tho
Cbildrens' Home Society of Mo., paid
our citv a visit one day last week,
looking after the interests of this most
important work. No work is more im
portant than looking after the home
less and neglected children. This so-
coclety does that, and have received
and cared for more than 2,800 of these
little fellows. Every body should bo
interested and help in this enterprise.
After twelve years of married life,
a little boy arrived Friday evening to
bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. S.
Ravenstlon, but on Monday night, af
ter a few brief hours in this world of
love, laughter and song, sickness, sor
row and death, tho Lord had need of
the flower and taken it unto Himself.
The bereaved parents have tho heart
felt sympathy of their many friends.
The "Biownio Girl," who gavo a
very enjoyable entertainment, here
last year, and one in which every
body was pleased, will again ho hero
Dec. 2. under tho auspices of the
Public School.
If any rcuder docs not want the
Herald after their subscription is out,
klndley have your postmaster notify
us at once. Do not a take the paper
out of the postoll'co unless you ex
pect to pay for It. We want all the
subscribers wo can get, but wo want
them to pay for the paper. It costs
us money to produce, and is sent to
no one free, except a sample, now and
then.
No. 1135.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT
of tho financial condition of tho
BANK OF HAYTI .
at Huyti, State of Missouri, at the
close of business on the Kith day of
November, 1000, published in the Hay
ti Herald, a newspaper publish ed and
printed at Hayti, State of Missouri,
on the 2.")th day of November, 1000.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, undoubt
edly good on personal or
collateral W.I.'IGO 88
Loans, real estate MS "7(5 .'14 j
Overdrafts !.$ 00
Real ustatef bunking house) .. 1 (1110 00
Other real estate ,".'" 1 2o
Furniture and lixtures 1 574 25
Due from other banks and
bankers, subject to check.. 15 015 80
Cash items 51 47
Currency 3 750 00
Speciu 1 :ji4 :s '
Total 00 887 52
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in $20 000 00
Undived prolit, net 1588 5:1
Due to banks and bankers,
subject to check 10 271! 02
Individal deposits subject
to check :i0 274 18
Time certificates ol depo-.it.. 7 748 10
Total (iO 887 52
State of Missouri ) ss
Coanty of Pemiscot f
We, J. L. Dorris as president and
T. A. McNail as cashier of said bank,
each of us, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of our knowledge and belief.
.1. L. Dorris, President.
T. A. McNail, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 2,'t day of November, A. D., nine
teen hundred and nine.
Witness my hand and notarial seal
on tho date last aforesaid. (Commis
sioned and qualiiied for a term ex
piring May 11, 1013)
seal John T. Buckley,
Notary Public.
Correct-Attest:
I. Kohn
L. L.Leller Directors
J. W. Johnson
THIS BANK
Solicits your business and appreciates it. If you need
to borrow money, come to us and let us fix you out
with it. Our aim has always been to extend every
favor to our customers that can be granted them with
in the bounds of safety. If you have any money to
deposit this
I s
the place to put it. Our policy first of all, is to con
duct a business at all times that is perfectly
LLBNERY ...
LADIES: Go (o Rose Bryant of
IJnyti for your hats. Tboie you will
find styles und prices thut can't be
beat.
See the new line of neckwear and
scurfs, and ninny other uitielesyou
want and need, all of select stock.
Come anil see. and you will be
pleased. South Side Pub. Square.
CHURCtteS
AND LODGeS
SAFE
We stand on our merits, and as a strong,
institution, offer our services and facilities.
up-to-date, good things in banking, we offer you the besl.
growing
Of the
BANK OF HAYTI
CAPITAL STOCK $20,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $1,500
Hayti Lodge Directory
M. W. A.
Hayti camp No. 0507, moots every
Friday night ut Masonic hall,
H. L. Davidson, V. O.
J. T. Buckley, Clerk.
PRICE
TALK
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
Oleomargarine per lb 25c
Everything else in proportion.
We're after your business.
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Patronage of tho traveling public solicited. Well-furnished
neat and clean. The pioneer hotel of tho city. Rates SI a day.
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NEv PHOTO GALLERY
Do not delay having your photos made tomorrow is often too late.
Now is (he time. I do all kinds of work, post cards, enlarging, and de-
: : : voloping (lima and printing for amatours. : : ;
FR. W. 3i
UNION. ARTIST
Southeast Room City Hall Up Stairs.
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Staplo and Fancy Groceries, Fruits and Produce
We also handle Fresh Bread, Celery and Choice Breakfast Foods
Graniteware, Tinware, Glassware, etc.
We make the besl prices possible and will appreciate your trade.
NEAR SANDERS BROS. OLD STAND. - HAYTI, MISSOURI
I. O. O. F.
Now Fra lodge No. 352 meets every
Saturday night at Odd Fellow hall.
Mono an Worth, N. G.
P. 8. Ravenstein, Hoc.
3rd Tuesdays, at Masonic hall,
Wm. Reasonek, Protector.
Anna Dunkun. Soc.
A. F. and A. M.
Havtl lodge No. 671 meets 1st and
3rd Thursdays at Masonic hall.
Vino. P. ADAMS, W. M.
Bayless t, Guffy, Sec.
W. O. W.
Paean camp No. 273 moots every
2nd und -1th Monday nights at Odd
Follow hall.
MOHUAN WOKTH, 0. O,
O. J. Mayes, Olork.
O. K.8.
Hayti chapter No, 217, moots 2nd
and -1th Tuesdays, at Musoniu hull.
Ada Juden, Win.
Viua. P. Adams, Sec.
K. and L. of H.
Ilayti lodge No. 2717, meets 1st aud
W. C.
Moots at Odd Follow hall 1st and
3rd Monday nights.
imts. A. jjones, uuaruiau.
Mrs. Jessie Dorris, Clerk.
Masonic hull. All Chiefs invited.
Amos Huffman, Sachem.
A. O. Allbn, Ohlof of Records.
M. P. L.
Hayti council No. 003 meets 2nd und
4th Thursday ut Odd Fellow hall,
A. T. Hutson, Pros.
H. M. Ransduroii, Seo.
I. O. R. M.
Wukarusa Tribe No. 171, moots
every Wednesday sloop, 8th run, at
Church Directory
Services at Methodist church, south:
Preaching 1st, 3d ana 4th Sundays at
11 a. in. and 7:00 p. m.
Sunday school every Sunday at 0:45
a. m.
Epworth League each Sunday 7 p, m.
Prayer mooting each Wed. at 7 p. m.
To all th uBi) sorvlcos tho public is
conflally invited.
T. a. Falun, Pastor.
Baptist Church: Services 3rd and -Uh
Sundays, 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
II,' Patterson, Pastor.
Church of Christ: r'ervlces in city
hall, 1st and 1th Sundays, afternoons
and nights, by Eld. W. A. Burke.
Fofitolllco Hours
Week duys: 7 u. m. to 8 p.
Sundays: 7:30 to 0:30 u.
4:30 to 5:30 p, in.
Lobby remains open 7:00 a. in. to
7:00 p. in, Sundays.
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