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Many Things Worth Reading,
Terms of Subscription. I
J. All ..l 1...I I.I.. T
r in siujsui-iihiuus uru lmvuuiu
in udvuncc, at tho rate of $1.00
$ a year, unci paper stopped
promptly tit expiration of time
paid for.
Advertising Rates.
4. Below we give a list of adver-
J Using: rates and terms, and these
must bo strlctlv adhered to.
T Reading Locals, per lino 5c
Second insertion 3c
Professional Cards per
month 50c
Where payment is made
in iiilviincR for siv inn's.
professional cards will
4 be run ut $5 per year. 3.
Bank ads , etc., per mo.. $1.50 g
T f age AUs 1 time .ou
second insertion 5.00
1 Half Page Ads 1 time.... 5.00
T Second insertion .'i.00
3 Col. Half Page 1 time... 3.25
Second time 2.00
2 Col. Half Page 1 time... 2.50
Second time 1.50
Smaller space per inch 15c 3!
$ Plate matter 20 discount.
0 Mo's contracts, except plate
11 matter. 20?& discount.
)j All bills payable on demand. T
4 Right reserved to cancel con-
X tract at any time. X
It is not the RUBtom with the Hayti
Herald, and never haa been, to furn
ish the paper tree to advertisers, any
more than it ia for the merchant to
give you a dol'ar'a worth of some
thing free when you buy a bill of
goods. Our advertising rates are one
thing, and subscription is another,
except in certain binds of profession
al curds, payable in advance for six
months. Every citizen should pay
for his home paper and show by that
net that he considers it worth il. 00 to
the town, it not to himself.
John I. Stephens i assistant time
keeper in tiio Frisco Master Mu:han
ic's otlice at Chaffee.
"I have traveled for thirty
years continually. I lost a great
deal of sleep, which together
with constant worry left me in
such a nervous state that finally,
after having two collapses of
nervous prostration, I was
obliged to give up traveling al
together. I doctored continually
but with no relief. Dr. Miles'
Nervine came to my rescue I
cannot describe the suffering
which this Nervine saved me.
Whenever I am particularly
nervous a few doses relieve me."
A. G. C. LIB BY, Wells, Me.
There are many nervous
wrecks. There is nervous pros
tration of the stomach, of the
bowels, and other organs. The
brain, the kidneys, the liver, the
nerve centers are all exhausted.
There is but one thing to do
build up the nervous system by
the use of Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine. Its strength
ening influence upon the nerv
ous system restores normal
action to the organs, and when
they all work in harmony, health
is assured. Get a bottle from
your druggist. Take it all ac
cording to directions, and if it
does not benefit he will return
your money.
Mm -ft. JW rfb ,fJ-JlMjl,J. AAA
North Side Siuuro
Hayti, Missouri
thing in season, try to got tho heBt,
4 try to treat them right. Your patronage respectfully solicited.
9W Vmr'tP",Or 9 VU"tf W VyU'H"MltlylOr,Br,yg,HI"iJ'HI',A
Condensed for Busy Readers
Thoro will bo no issue of tho Herald
next week.
60 inch bed ticking at J. L. Dorrls'.
Christmas Gift! Pay your sub
scription. Farm Land
Morris, Hayti.
for Rent Mrs.
6 4i
Von Mayes attended to business
St. Louis last week.
Leave your laundry at Argo'a shop
for first class work. 7tf
Miss Carrio Richmond has returned
from Okolonu, Miss.
J. L. Dorris hns a full line of sweat
er coats, from 60c to $2.25.
Dr. R. S. Keirsey of Braggadocio
was in Hayti Friday.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lamp's
special brew. Oarutheraville.
Elmer Stephens attended to business
at Memphis last week.
Call in to sen the Hrald at its new
home and subscribe for it.
E. T. Adams transacted business in
Caruthersville last Tuesday.
Call for a bottlp of Tip Top, Lemp'
special brow. Caruthersville.
Give us a dollar on your subscrip
tion. We need it for Christmas.
Freeh oystera for Christmas, at
Chap. Morgan's Butcher Shop. It
Andrew Waldrop is opening a
Christmas store at Braggadocio.
Large stock of cypres ahinglfa for
sale, cheap, at Hayti. W J. Morris.
Joe Malady of Luxora, Ark., spent
Satuaday and Sunday with homefolks.
Pair of heavy mules and log wagon
for sale cheap. W.J.Morris, ILiyti.
Dr. F. A. Mayes was in Kennett last
week, to attend his wife, who was ill.
I represent Sikeston Laundry.
Your patronage solicited. M. L. Argo.
If you do not get tho Herald any
more, it is a sign you ought to pay up.
AHk to se those Phoenix mufflers
at .1. L. Dorris', the very lateBt in
Nettie Pophum,
Katie Alee were
Clara Reed and
in Caruthersville
The payment of your subscription
would be a delightful Christmas and
New Year's treat.
Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Letup's
latest and beat special brew. Caruth
ersville. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. .T. CI. Crider are
proud over the arrival of a tine hoy
monday morning.
Big line of bracelpts at prices rang
ing from $1.00 to $15.00 each. Cul
pepper & Dover. 7tf
Dr. J. W. Burgess of Caruthersville.
visited the family of E. T. Adams last
Oleomargarine, as good aa butter
ond cheaper. 25f per lb. Chaa. Mor
gan'a Butcher Shop. 4tf
Henry Dortch and F. M. Shell did
some good hunting last week for the
Odd Fellows' Big Night.
Chan. Morgan's butcher shop, north
side pquare, givea you a square deal
everytlme. Try them. 8tf
Mrs. Dr. F. A. Mayes has returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Car
rie Baldwin, at Kennett.
The grist mill at Hayti is now read v
for business. Custom work prompt
ly attended to. Meal and chops for
eulo COif
Tho moving picture show that was
to bo at the city' hull Saturday night
did not materialize. Our people are
fust learning when not to bite.
All goods purchased of Culpepper
& Dover engraved tree of ohurge,
either hand or machine. Tho only
hand engraver In the county, 7tf
- AAAAiftAAAA t, JtL .W. .
Fresh Meats, Poultry, Em unci ltuttur.
We have tho oldest butcher hIioji in town and woli
llxed to supply all your wunts. Wo handle every
and appreciate our customers tint!
lrom St. Louis
Dennis Green was hero from Car
uthorsvillo last Thursday
If you don't soo it in the Herald it
is becauBe you did not lull us.
Buy your boat girl one of those lat
est pendant neck "chains from (Jul
pepper & Dover, HJtyti, Mo. Prb'e
from 85.00 to $7.60. ' 7tf
Mrs. Rebecca Adams, accompanied
by her brother, Arthur Noble, was
shopping last Wednesday in Caruth
ersville. "Klosedt." petticoat r tit without a
wrinkle ana without alteration.
Made with elastic gore no strings.
Guaranteed to fit. J.' L. Dorris.
Lust Saturday night Miss Ersall
Coyle gave a very enjoyable birthday
parly, that being her 14th birthday.
Fruits were served.
Ladiea, you need one of thoae
"Klosetlt" petticoats to give your
form that slender effect. J. L. Dorris
has them in all sizs and colors. 46
The Ladies Aid Sooictyof the Metho
dist Church will give a calico carni
val in the city hull on the uvuning of
1 December .'II. Refreshments.
Oulpupper & Dever have a groat
variety of watche, ch-Miis. charms,
necklaces, link buttons, slick pins,
collar pins, tie pins, etc. Hayti, Mo.
We trust that the readers will plan
o dig out some big ears of corn and
.vin the gold that is offered by the
Peoples Bank, Caruthersville, Mo., in
their Corn Show. We commend that
popular institution in this show and
hope the farmers will make il a great
Hayti JiOrigu Directory
M. W. A.
Htyti ounp S.t. 9ji)7, meets every
Friday niglii at Masonic hall.
B. rf. rtTBAKNS V. C.
J. f. UUCrCLhY, Oleftf.
I. O. O. F.
New if ra lode Nj. 3oJ uieeta every
SulurUay night at 0.1(1 Fellow hall.
H. A. DoK'l'tiii, N. G.
11. 3. CjTKrtUNh, hcC.
O. tirtfc
Hayti chapter No. 217, meets 2nd
aiiu 41 ti l'ueatiuys, at tuasuliic Hail.
VlUU. I'. ADAMS, oec.
K. and L. of II.
Hajti lodge No. 2717, 'meets 1st ana
3r(t lubsdas, at Masonic null.
WM. Kkasonkk, Protector.
A. F. and A. M.
Hayti lode No 571 meets 1st an
3rd i.nutdUud at Aiusoiilc: liatl.
W.O. W.
I'acau cump No. WA meets ever
2uu una 4ih iHouduy uignis ut UUu
Ft). low imll.
Mobuan WottTH, C. U,
(J J. JlAVliS. OlcU'K.
w. u.
Meela at Odd Fellow hall 1st and
3rU iMunUa ingh'.u,
Mua. A. Doneh, Guardian.
AliW. JE.S31K UOltitlti, Old U.
M. P. L.
Hayti council No. G!)U meets 2nd and
4lh iiiuioday at Odd Fellow hall.
A. T. HUTSON, Prea,
11. M. 1UNSIIU1UJII, .Sec.
I. O. It. M.
Wakaruaa Tribe No. 171, meets
every Wednesday sleep, 8i.li run, al
Maaonlo hull. All Ohiets invited.
Amos Huffman, Hachem.
A. O. ALLEN, Unlet ot Records.
Church Directory
Services at Methodist church, south:
Preaching 1st, 3d una 4th Sundays ut
11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Sunday school every Sunday at 0:45
a. m.
Epworth League each Sunday 7 p, in.
Prayer mooting each Wed. at 7 p. in.
To all these servicea the public ia
cort'ially invited.
T. G, Fallin, Pustor.
Baptist Church: Servicea 3rd and 4th
Sundays, 11 u. in. and 7:30 p. in.
H. Pattkrbon, Pastor.
Church of Christ: t ervicea i" city
hall, let and 4th Suntlaya, afternoons
uiidnightB, by Eld. W, A, BuitKE.
Postoillce Hours
Week days: 7 a. in. to 8 p
Sundays: 7:30 to 0:30 a.
4:30 to 5:30 p, in.
Lobby remains open 7:00 a.
7:00 p. m. Sundays,
in. to'
13111 Trail returned
lien Phillips and son, Walter, of
Braggadocio, were in town Saturday.
Arthur Noble, who has been visiting
his sister, Mrs. Rebecca Adams, ret
urned to Maiden last Friday.
J. L. Dorris lias received some sam
ples of of Scotch cassitnerea, in Arc
tic grey colorings, from which thy
are making the very luiobt things' in
men's wear.
W. Y. Ellis, who killed N. P. Wil
lis at Little Rock, Ark., last July, en
tered a plea of guilty to Involuntary
manslaughter, and was sentenced to
three years in tho pen.
Ladiea' and genta' tailoring, dying,
cleaning, altering, pressing and re
pairing done and antiafatlon guaran
teed. Prices reasonable. At mv
reaidenue. Mrs. J. M. Argo, 2cf
Blythcvillo Courier: Drs. Crider
and Trautmann of Hayti and Conrad
of Caruthersville, Mo., attended the
Mississippi Medical Association, held
in this city Tjesday.
When you see a croaa mark on your
paper, made with a pencil, it tells you
that your subscription ia out and we
ask you to renew at once N it hear
ing from you promptly, we will stop
Che pap r.
Portageville Critic: Dr. F. A. May
es, of Hayti, one of the largest men in
aviordupois and a brain in propor
tion, was here Wednesday visiting
his old friend, E C. Halnis.
People who owe the Herald smal.
moutly accounts are r'-queatea to call
it our fll pr iinpily a thn end of
ach month and He tie It takea too
rnuch time to go out and collect these
imall minis.
Su'x-crihe for the Hayti Herald.
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every city and town in the United St.ttes and
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More subscribers than any other fashion
mac-azine million a month. Invaluable. Lat
est styles, patterns, drcssmakinfniillinery,
plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdressing, i
etiquette, rood stories, etc. Only 50 cents a '
year (worth double), including a free pattern. I
Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. !
to Aqents. Postal brings premium catalogue j
and new cash prize ofTeis. Address .
THE McCALL CO.. K8 to 213 VY. :71b St.. HEW YORK
Is right at hand, and it is time to order
your whiskey for your egg-nogs, your
brandies for fine cooking and your wines
for other purposes.
We make a specialty of out-of-town and mail order tcade,
ami you can phone, write or send your orders, and In positive of
getting just what you ortler and pay for. Don't wait until the
last moment, hut buy now, befote the holiday rush comes.
SPECIAL: During the holidays we are going to give one
bottle of line wine with every four quarts or one gallon of
whiskev. Don't inirs this chance to get something line.
Caruthersville, Mo.
For your guidance in sending us your orders, we give he
low a list of goo is and prices. You can semi your order fur any
of these goods and rest assured that you will get just what you
pay for, no matter who you are or where you live.
G. It. Sharptt, 83 per gal., per quart $ .75
Montreal Malt. Tno Doctors proscribe this for weak wo
men anil medicinal purposes, $4 per gal., per quart 1.00
t'eilur Urook, bottled in bond. $5 ner gal., per quart..: 1.25
Cedar Hrook, in barrel, $4 jer (ji., per quurt 1 00
Yellow Stone, casu goods, 5 per ,. !., per quart 1.''5
Yellow Stone, in barrel. $4 per gal., Per quart 1.00
King of Kentucky, 0 years old, $4 per gal., per quart 1.00
Old Log Cabin, -1-4 per gal., per quart 1.00
Old Atherton, t4 per gal., per quart 1,00
I, H. T., bottled in bond, i5 per gal., per quurt 1.25
(iaiuesOld Crow, liottled in itonil, per quart 1.75
O. T. C. (Hillio Lee) bottled in bond, per quart I 50
(iuckenheiiner Kyo. bottled in bond, per quart 1.60
Anderson County, full quarts, bottled in bond 1.25
Nam Clay, $4 per gal., per quart 1,00
4 year old yellow corn, itt pr gal., per quart "5
2 year old com, l2 per gal.,quait 50
Slieifeldt Itetl, $2 per gal., quart 50
Call on me when in Caruihersville. Don't forget the
name and the place. You will be treated right.
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