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THE HAYTI HERALD.
VOL. 2. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1909. NO. 7. 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, Subscribe for the Hayti Herald. Mrs. Mattio Rooker Is another cash subscriber. GO inch bed Melting at J. L. DorriB'. D. W. Marshal of Steele is a Her ald subscriber. Farm Land for Rent Mrs. Lou Morris, Hayti. 6-4t C. P. Wells, Jr., was in Caruthers villo Saturday. Leave your laundry at Argo's shop for flrst class work. 7tf Evorton Speer of Braggadocio was in town Monday. Arthur Kohn o'f Monett, Ark., was in Hayti Saturday. J. L. Dorris hnB a full line of sweat er coats, from GOc to 82.125. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stiefel have returned to St. Louis. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lamp's special brew. Caruthersville. Clint Jones of Kennett was a visi tor to Hayti Sunday. .Geo. S. Coppedgo of Caruthersville is a Herald subscriber. C ill in to see the Herald at its new home and subscribe for it. Esq. Hans E. Doerner of Steelo is a subscriber to the Herald. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lomp's special brew. Oarutheraville. Hon. B. A. McKay of Caruthers ville is a paid subscriber. If you don't Bee it in the Herald it is because you did not tell us. J. J. Bandy attended court at Ca ruthersville last Thursday. F. M. Perkins and Goo. Dorris were in Caruthersville Saturday. "Kloseflt" petticoats fit without a wrinkle ana without alteration. Made with elastic gore no strings. Guaranteed to fit. J. L. Dorris. During the holidays we are going to make a special effort to assist our custom ers in selecting and buying their special goods and groceries for holiday cooking and eating. Our line of staple and fancy groceries includes the very best of every thing the very highest grade, sold at the same price commonly charged for inferior goods. Don't fail to come and inspect our line and test the qualiy before you buy. CHRISTINAS GOODS SPECIALS IN GROCERIES CHRISTMAS EATING We have an assortment of the finest and Oak Leaf Flour in WOOd $6 7K ere was ever a l'me wrien you should most beautiful lamps ever shown in Hayti. cafn- .q il rra T 7n want and certainly should demand If you want something real nice, buy one. iu i o something good to eat, that time is Christmas. Price 25c to $7.50. bame 111 24 lb SaCkS 85 Don't try to do your fine cooking with Sears We also have a nice line of gold banded BoCHiet FlOUr in WOOd 6.25 Rebuck goods, sawdust spices and make- and fancy decorated glassware, including Same in Zl8 lb Sacks I O believe flavorings, from "cut price" houses, water sets, cake stands, four piece sets, berry q ' o 1 K 1 ' t-y t- ut come to e Spot Cash Grocery where bowls, and many other useful articles appro- Octlllc 111 d.i LU adtlio you can get the best. Our line includes priate for Christmas presents. Cranberries per QUart IOC everything you want or need, from flavorings, Don't throw money away buying toys and Celery per bunch C fts and spices to flour and seasonings. Try trash; buy something good and useful. . . . our line for Christmas and be satisfied. . . wieomarganne per id 25c Boys' Express Wagons Pet Milk per can 5c, 6 for 25c Choice Line Toilet Soap HARDWARE FRUITS AND CANDIES QUEENSWARE OTHER WARES Our line of hardware includes only A choice lino solected especially for This lino includes many choice ar- Wo have n good lino of granite or liighclass goods, every articlo worth tho holiday trade. Prices are at- tides, including tho famous "Firo enameled waro, galvanized ware, tin- tho price, which includes crosscut tractive on this line. Proof" ware. waro, etc. This line includes all the saws, hand saws, hammers, and many . staple articles for household uo, and other useful and Btaplo articles. 1 UlVeriZeO. Oltee Peanut Butter our prices are right. SPECIAL SPECIAL rr;,,t'ir w.2r.;o H A Y X I - MO in sour, sweet and DILL. "3 W &? of tho beBt articles, U5c and 60c. Condensed for Busy Readers City Marshall Leller attended to business at Kennett Nov. 30. Albert Stacey is now running on the Kennett branch of the Frisco. Dr. W. A. Sweurcnger of Steele is prepairingto move to St. Louis. Pair of heavy mules and log wngon for sale cheap. W.J. Morris, Hayti, A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cal Green at Terry last Thursday. Largo stock of cypres shinglps for sale, cheap, at Hayti. V. J. MorriB. A. P. Dorris of Vincennes, Ind., is hero hunting and fishing this week. Grab grass hay for sale, 35c per bale. F. M. Gwin, Hayti Mo. 3-4t Von Mayes attended to business at Kennett on Wednesday of last week. Good, fresh, clean lard for sale, all the time at Clias. Morgan's butcher Bhop. litf Lee Ross was the guest of J. J. Bandy at Hayti last Thursday night. Our place is clean and up-to-date. Come and see Chas. .Morgan's butcher shop. 37tf Roy Forester and Louis Helms of Caruthersville, visited in Hayti Sun day. I represent SikPRton Laundry. Your patronage solicited. M. L. Argo. M. Fisher came in Friday and hand ed us the price of a year's subscrip tion. Ask to see those Phoenix mufflers at J. L. DorriB', the very latest in mufflers. Miss Anna Hobson, who is teaching school at Samford, visited in Hayti Snnday. When you see a croBS mark on your paper, made with a pencil, it tellsyou that your subscription is out and we ask you to renew at once Not hear ing from you promptly, we will stop the paper. THE M.(W. A. The Modern Woodman at the meet ing Friday night elected the following ofllccrs! B. S. Stearns Consul J. M. Byrd Advisor John T. Buckloy Clerk J. L. Delashmutt Banker C. K. Chism Escort J. W. Johnson Physician C. J Edwards Watchman Lee Byrd Sentry C. W Sulivant was elected member of tho Board of Managers. The finances of this society are in fine condition and as an evidence of that fact are prepairing to give a fruit suppor and social during tho hollldays that will be paid for'out of, the .funds of the local lodge, and will be free to all Woodman and their families. Curtis and Herbert Long of Brag adocio attended to business at Hayti Monday, Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lerap'a lateBt and best special brew. Caruth ersville. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gunn of Braggadocio, were in Hayti the first of the week. Oleomargarine, as good as butter and cheaper. 25c per lb. Chas. Mor gan's Butcher Shop. 4tf Mrs. Roy Gaskins is visiting her, sister, Mrs. Williams',' who is ill, near' Bard, Ark. Big line of bracelets at prices rang ing from $1.00 to $16.00 each. Cul pepper & Dever. 7tf Ed Caruthers of tho Dunklin Demo crat, Kennett, Mo., changed cars at Hayti Sunday. See Culpepper & Dever for gold rings in plain, set and signet, ranging from 50c to 310.00. 7tf Virg P. Adams was ill Saturday night, after returning from Masonic lodge at Caruthersville. Ladies' and gents' tailoring, dying, cleaning, altering, pressing and re pairing done and satisfation guaran teed. Prices reasonable. At my residence. Mrs. J. M. Argo. 2tf PASCOLA NEWS. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lynn is ill this week. John Hampton was called home from court Friday, on account of his baby having a conjostivo chill. A Mr. White, engaged in the pic ture enlarging business, was arrested at this place Friday and carried to jail at Caruthersville, "charged with seduclug tho fifteen-year old daugh ter of W. Earl, at Clayroot. Hartwell Bros, have their now butch er shop in operation. Miss Blanche Manuel has returned from a visit to Charleston. "Mrs'pDolla Glass'and'Mfs.- Grooms of Little River wore here Friday, shop ping. Will Powell and Louis Sanders of Holland were hero Friday, returning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stucker of Stoneford, 111., visited their daughter, Mrs. B. Millhorn this week. Good fresh, clean meats, cood weights and courteous treatmont is the motto at Chas. Morgan's butcher shop. 37tf Rev. T. G. Fallin returned Thurs day night from a visit to Rev. Rey nolds at Murphysboro, 111. The latest & best "Set Snug" union suits for ladies. Fine ribbed union suits for men or ladies. J. L. Dorris. R. A. Speed, who has moved his ! family to Bogoto, Tenn., has ordered . the Herald sent to that place. Don't forget, the Hayti griBt mill I will grind your corn or exchange meal for it, any day in the week. I D. C. Massey of Texas, who is visit ing his brother, W. R. Massey, near , Concord, was in town Monday. People who owe the Herald small montly accounts are requested to'call. ac our omce promptly at tne ennt oi each month and settle. It takes too much time to go out and collect these small suras. ORPHANS' HOME. Judge W. W. Tarldngton has re ceived tho following letter, which speaks for Its self. Wo have not had time to publish a list of thoso donat ing: St. Louis, Dec. 1. 1009. Mr. W. W. Tarkington, Hayti, Mo. Dear friend:- T he generous contribu tion consisting of two barrels of fruit sent by the good people of your city was received today in splendid condit ion. In the name of tho destitute children commlted to our care, I desire to thank you heartily and through you, every one who assteinjpaking this dona tion possible. The gift is surly a splendid one and words are inade quyto to express our appreciation of ( same. I Again thanking you, one and all, and praying our Heavenly Father's richest blessing to rest upon you, I remain Yours very truly, C. C. Stahmann, State Supt. Fred Hudgens at Stanley complains of sometimes missing the Herald. His name is on the list, and the paper ought to reach him. The grist mill at Hayti is now ready for business. CuBtom work prompt ly attended to. Meal and chops for sale 50tf There will be an adjourned termof probate court Wednesday, Dec. 15, 1909. Thoso having probate business should remember the date. Ladles, you need one of those "Klosefit" petticoats to give your form that slender effect. J. L. Dorris has them in all sizes and colors. 46 A Texas editor who refused to print the obituary of a man who did not take his home paper explained his action ,by saying that such people had long J)'eed,iead already and their formal passing out of view is a matter of no public concern. '7