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The Postal Laws.
When wo started tho Huyti
Hurald, W(iitriud to do so on tho
strictly cush in udvanuc basis,
and tho oldor tho paper gets tho
niovo wo soo tho wisdom of our
first oudoa vol's. Hut of oourso
tlioro arc alwa.vs oxropt.ions to
all rulos, and .sonic of our yood
old frionds oould not bo turnod '"is,1' p:i mont, will not he accepted
,, , ,. .. ,. I at the pound rale, but will be accept-
away, bomo ol thoin, lroin timo odatthe transient secnd-nhi , ,t..
to tnuo. hav
the period for which they wore obtain
ml. nevertheless, In order to give an
opportunity to soouro renewals,
copies of their publications will be
accepted foi mailing us to subsori
hers at the usual second-class tales of
postage for a period of one year from
the date ofvvpiratlon, but copies sent
to persons alter one ,ear from tin
Salt river, looking for tho port of
Gov. Hadloy of Missouri is the
most prominent member of the
little progressive fatliers. Gov.
Hadloy saw the error of his
date of the (.Munition of tbrir sub- xvays jiud (;jun biK'k into tho old
senptions, unless such subscriptions!, ... , ,. . ,,
1 pressly renewed for a dellnite 'ld or republicanism. Ho bo
time, together with an actual imyinent j jr.,,, n-Kular, although proforing
Mt UlltlLJltllllltlltt llll II llllllll llllil Itllll. '
n Tiiii-M i ifiirii wi i iioiiu iiui- p i t f '
.islcoil us to put of one cent tor "'ich lour ounces, or
, . , , , Itlii'll'in llleli'ol. pivplllil i slUtup-
llloir munes on tlk' mt Mill send ulHvu.-Postal Laws and IWuki
ill(?lli the Herald. -Ahioli we have 'ion, onrro'tod to HVhrmw;
, . i promulgated In authority
uuuw, ..vpiuiuiiiK -inn we count lYisimnsior General
only do so for a period of twelve '
months, and if not p-iid by that.1 We hop-that no one else will
time the postomVo would not let, ,,v,'' 'ik us to send tho paper un
U5 mail the papers We are stir- loss they expect to protect us by
ry that in some instances we pny'm before the year is tun. as
Col. Hoosovolt to President Tuft,
and he ended in the usual regu
lar wa, . accepted his medicine
Mice a tun n antl ot,.'ti according
t, ii2, i jy-
n" .But the other six.
Tho.y are the fathers of a new
party, and from present appear
ances it is a party destined to
live in years to come. It will
probably absorb the republican
party within the next four or
eight years, so tho seven gover
nors will bo remembered in his
tory. Commercial Appeal.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Sugiirhoiisc Molasses just from tho I will soil you one for $1. Send your
plantations in Louisiana, no sure to order today. ., ;i2 20t
W. B. Deweese, one of tho.
good farmers of Concord, wits in
j Herald Telephone Number '!.
Mrs Dr. K C. Cresswell was
fhoirs is a i ill a few days last week.
have not been mid, and as :i re
suit, we have lost ,i ye.tr'.s work
for oil)' accoimid.Mion. and while
we would not stop the paper if
the law did not coin pell us to, it '
seems that some tlnuk hard of us
because we do.
Now, here is the law. Head it
for yourself, and if you owe us a
dollar, call in and p'ty it.
it is pretty hard to work a year
lor a person without pa,.
Seven Little Governors.
Xow that tho election is over,
it is well to look back aiut see
what became of the seven gover
nors who importuned Col. h'ooso.
"lt to make the race ior presj.
They are no longer in the
X The right of publishers to e
Tend in good faith credit on subsorip
tionsis tecogni.ei', and will not be , Hmelieht, mid most of them un
abridged, and .iltbo igh all subscrip
tions are regarded as expiring with slow ly steaming up the iatal
ud story to tell. They are for
ever banished from the councils
of the G. O. I
Gov. Ktubbs of Kansas was do
foaled in his .senatorial aiubi-
jtitious. His name is enough to
! cause defeat. It is an awlul
thing loeirry through the world
anil the people of Kansas did not
think that, the title of Stubbs
should ho protWcd wit h that of
senator, so ho quietly but con
There was no gubernatorial
election in Wyoming, so Gov.
Carey holds on, but only for a
Gov. Glasscock of West Vir
ginia was not i'M.mi nominated.
Ho was talked of as a possible
successor to himself in
otlice until the democratic ti
d'.l wave swept him till' his feet.
Out in Nebraska, Gov. Aldrich
was deieated. A clean-cut, erti-with Hayti friends 1-Yiday
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Cieill I JUllR (111. Willi il Milling
support behind him, it was
thought that he at least would
The Princess Stock Company opens their
three nights engagement at the Opera House
Friday night, November 28, in the beautiful four
act comedy drama, "The Chorus Lady." This
is one of th.? prettiest plays ever written and has
a fine line of comedy that holds the audience
from start to finish. The play is replete with
vaudeville specialties between acts. The Prin
cess Stock Company will be with us for three
days, as usual, and will give an entire change of
program each night. Everything will be new
nothing you have seen before. Don't miss the
opening play, the "Chorus Lady."
RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT
PRICES: 25, 35 AND 50 CENTS.
, survive the political i-
jeiss it tides, but the power ol
i Bryan m Isobraslta is groat and
the will of the commoner is
strong. Now a democrat will
preside over the destines of the
Like Glasscock of West Virgin
ia, Gov. Osborn of Michigan was
not even renominated, while his
state stood staunchly lor Col.
Roosevelt, it decided to change
governors and did so in a decid
ed way. Gov. Mass of New
Hampshire .shared the .same late.
j He was not renominated.
j Out of seven who petitioned
, Col. Roosevelt to make the race
lor president, only one seems to
have retained any political stand
ing, andUhat is Gov. Hadloy of
The soVon governors have
something tobeproudof after all.
Ladies' hand'tetvlnefs, 'J lor !i cents,
at I'.ttcklcu's. 51
Tom Lewis of Braggadocio
was on our .streets Saturday.
1.5 suit cisos for $1 25: $1.50 suit
cases for ,l.iM, at Hackle,) 's. til
George DeL'tsle of I'ortago
ville was a lln.vti visitor l'Yid.iy.
?1.00 overalls and jumpers lor 110
cents, at titickley's. A
Dr. B. 1). Crowe of Cnruthors
ville was in Hayti last Wednes
day. Von can a'wavsiind cream ehc"-e.
al Buckley s. ."il
Mrs. Lula Northern, wife of
Powell Northern, at Holland, i
died the 14th. J
Don't forsw that "licello" llour is i
the ver,. best, at Httekl'-y's. ol
Dr. .M. II. Hudgins of Caruth-!
ersville was shaking hands
You can get a good lantern for 50!
cents, at Buckley's. 51 j
bring your buckut. Spencer & Stubbs.
Prof J. A. Arnold of the Ken
nott schools came over Satur
day to see the basket ball game.
Hoxing Lumber For Sale It is
very cheap. .See J. S. (Sycamore)
Sturm, Haul, Mo. '.I
.1. H. Crockett writes us to
change his address from Blythe
vilie, Ark., to Cape Girardeau,
Hoofoid Rubber Roofing the best
composition rooting made. At the
Little River Lumber Co. 27-Uf
Hayti Saturday, and placed his
name upon our honor roll.
Mrs. Fannie Fisher, widow of
John Fisher, died at Terry Fri
day morning, and was buried at
Woodlawn cemetery Saturday.
Lost Bird dog. six months old,
white, with light lemon spot on ear
and on back. Might be mistaken for
n hound. Answers to name of Spo
Report if found to Von Mayes.
Mrs. May Foley came down
from St. Louis on Wednesday or
last week to visit and look after
Congressman Joe J. Russell
wi'ites us that after last week , business matters.
his Herald should be addressed I
to Washington, D. C.
You want a map of the City of Hay
L. K. Thrupp, (.'iruthersviile.
Judge Win, MoElvain of C;t
ruthersville was looking after
business matters in this city hist
Little Howard Mavos of Ken
nett is here on a visit to his
A new lot of "Kabo, " the line mod
el corsets, just received, at Buckley's.
J A. Johnson has ordered his
paper changed from Mound City,
Illinois, to Hayti.
.lust received, a ear of Lime. The
Little River Lumber Co. l!S-tt
Dr. G. W. Phipps of Caruth
er.sville was in this city a short
while Friday evening.
The best heavy oudng flannel, nil
colors, 10 cents per yard, at Buek
Ed-Gotcher has ordered the
Herald sent to his brother, Kolla,
at Chicago, 111.
What's your time worth?
Your time's your biggest asset.
Time is money, and we're going to ask
you to spend a little time investigating Peerless,
Roofing to save a lot of money. Will you do it?
costs less in the Jirst place than ordinary
shingles. You can lay it yourself. Nails and
cement and directions are included free with
ever' roll. And once you've got that Peerless roof on your
building, all expense crates. No more repair bills. No more
worries. That Peerless roof will be sound and good when
you're ready to replace the "Hrildiiig it covers.
Don't those facts make it worth spending a little time
time on Peerless Prepared Roofing? Come in and see us.
We'll put our time aga.nbt yours. Drop 'round today.
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER COMPANY
milll- Wm p! IUffl m mmm m SSL i
I have just returned from the market, and
have resplenished my stock in every department.
Don't neglect to come and see the beautiful, new
goods we are now opening. We can supply your
wants and needs in every line, and at prices you
cannot duplicate elsewhere. Come and see.
Our overcoats are of the
best materials, finely tailored,
and up-to-date in styles and
patterns. If you &et one you
will be satisfied.
Prices 7.50 to
Ladies' seal plush coat,
a dandv for '20.00; others
Men's union Miits 1.00 to 3.00
Wrij?it's Health underwear,
per suit 2.00
Others, per suit, 1 .00 to o.OO
If you are fitted with one
of our'sCHWAH suits, there
is a mark of distinction in
your clothing. Let us fit
you with one $)A
i'n...i1WiniM rife Ail
i i imii ivnrvi v, Xl fsja "v
Ladies' suit in serges and
cashmeres, all 1Q AA
color. 7.50 to lU.UU
Ladies' SKTSNUG under
wear can t be beat for twice
the price. Price
per union suit
Separate garments 50c
Whepi'iii, d their certain ilccl of 4
tru-,1. ln-ui nitf uut ol .1 nl .'!. I'.lll, :'
lii'injr duly aoknottle.ijf'd ami nvord- &
il in Kwonl 1 rtiit Hook Number -13, .x
it p.ijjo l'-V), beniL' out- of the land
records ot the t'o'iniv ol Pemiscot. rjl
siutc of Missouri, T. A. Micluc and !
I M Mielne, Ins wile, convened to ."jl
It V. Koscnhroii'li, as trustee, the &
i toilnw uifj descrilied r'al eslaie, lv inj,
1 In mtr and situate in the count ol
I tvmitcot and State of Missouri, to- ;Z
One lot .10 1, 150 feet upon which is j
situated onu store huildine; and one (J
dvelhii-house in the town ol T.ler, .-j
.Missouri; nortiiest fiiartcrot soutn
west iiuarter, section cleen, town
ship lb, iMiije 12 east: also all of lots
numhers three and four, .n block
number one, in the Town of footer,
Missouri, aKo a tract or parcel ol
land siH lout in width and L'MJ feel
in length on' ot the southeast ide of a
certain live-acre tract ol land adioin-
iii(,r said lot number tour in block j tf
number onu. in tho Town of (.'ool-, ii
or atoiesjud, all in section number ,'&
one. township number sixteen, north $
of ranj,'e number eleven cast, together &
with all and '-insular tho improve-' rj!
ments of whatever kind thereon j '
situated, including all houses thereon
situated, except one bundled feet ' 4
miming idh spur 01 uie ruuroau . .
s-.'fe. B'iferP'.'fe VdPj'U &&:&. V-"W. V. Pi'ii 'W. & fc. P; V. V. V.-st!; I
company which has h. on bargained
to the .Missouri (. otton (Jil t ompany,
this lioinir the same d'operty convey
ed to T. A. Miehie l. V A. Green,
o.vcuior of the estate of M. A. Holly ,
dioc-ased; alsoL'tiJ acres of land oil ol
the oast side ot tho south quarter
And have it of the best proportions, made of the best ingre
dients. Our wines and liquors cannot be surpassed as a ton
ic and cheering bracer. If yet unacquainted with our quality,
you are losing much by delaying longer. They are the purest,
of great strength and body, and exquisite flavor, and their
price is very reasonable.
We also handle Lemp's Falstaff and Tip Top Bottled and
Keg Beers, and a fine line of Cigars. Our place is firstclass
in every particular.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED
We make a specialty of mail order and out of town trade, ami
till ordeiH Knine day received. Kvury package guaranteed. If
you want Homethinc for your family or for sickness, you surely want
the best. You can depend upon tm fur a square deal. A ttial
will convince you.
No Cheap Goods
Are permitted to bo set over om bar. Our saloon experience
is that people want the best. The volume an t wonderful inciease
in our business clearly proves this, and besides, you can come to
our saloon any time and you will linil the best class of people pat
Price List, For Your Guidance in Ordering:
Bottled in Bond,
THE QUALITY STORE, i. kohk, prop.
Old J. 15. T H 'X
Lick linn 1 '25
.lack Beam 125
Old Harbee 1 25
Old W.S.Stone 125
Old Fox Itiver, bnrbon 1 25
V. II. Parker Ryu 1 25
Ronnie Rye 125
ellow Stone 125
Holltnun's Old Crow 150
Old Forester 150
Rrook Hill 1 50
Old Joe Perkins, hurbon....$l 00
Old Fox Hi ver, hurbon. ... 1 00
Ouckonheimer Rvo 1 00
V. S. Stone 100
Holland Gi-t, double
stamp $1 00
Old Tom Gin ... 100
Imperial Drv Gin ..' . ..100
Alcohol. 1SS proof 125
All kinds of Domestic antl
Imported Wines . ."5c to tl 00
ot the southeast (uartor of seciion 1 9
nuiunor inree, lownsnip numner si f,;
teen, north of rauyu number 12 ea.st; j y
also our undivided 2-5 interest in the
Robert A. Miehie, deceased, tract or 1
land, located at Tyler, Missouri, as '
di creed by the court, consisting of b
a mill 20 j acres. ',:
Inch said conveyance was in trust
to securo the payment ot a certain
promUsory note, therein particularly n
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ui-1.1 , 1.11,1, .,1,1 iiui) in innik inn .,
bti n made in the payment of said note
and the interest thereon. I v:
And whereas, tho said K. Hoon-
brou'h, having refused to act as trns-
toe, at tho request of tho lotfal holder '.
ol said note, ami in accord anco with "J;
the provisions and stipulation of "4
. ,1.1 ,!,.,) nf ImiLl .. .wl I... .. I. .1, ,...-. nt -
riitv. iii-vi. hi 11 iin nun ii til 111. v i'
the authority ostod in me, will on
!... .. . 11 1 11 111!.
mil 1 u in 11 , uocemiier 01, mi-, k-
at the courthouse door, in the City of
t arutliersvillo. l'oiiiiscot County, v
.State of Missouri, between the hours S
of nineo.clock in the iorenoon and , v
live o'clock in the afternoon of that j S
day oiler for sule at public auction, : v
to tho highest bidder, for cash in , ?.
hand, all tho above descrilied real "v
estate to pay said nolo with cost of , X
oxocuting this trust. J
J. A. FRANKLIN, I $
Sheriff and Acting Trustee. ' ifftftv';; 'rK'?iLV,'rV'i,i.,i?iM'?i?4'ft.' ';.'
.. 1 00
... 1 00
Crystalized Peach and Hon
ey and Rock and Rye .
Yellow Stono, 7 yrsold
Old Fox Rior, 7 yrs old
Old Lick Run, byis old
Cedai Grove Rye
Mason's XX... ... .
Yellow t orn...
Fred Morgan's Saloon j