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The following named candidates for
oll'ces in the City of Hayti have
authorized us to announce their
names to the jmhlic, subject to the
election, April 1. ISMS.
All announcements must be paid in
cash. Experience has taught .us that
defeated candidates newer pay. Prices:
Mayor, Police .lud-o and Marsha),
2.50; Aldermen, $1.50.
CPT. II K Vl.l.KX
i PT OLIVER II. IU'Wi'.V
iruoi: w. v. tarkington.
P. M. CWIN.
J. M. AliCiD
Alderman, Ward No. 1 .
I .1. S. (Sycamore) STUK.M.
Alderman, Ward No. 2.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Klias Nunn was ovor Irom
Window Glass, at Leilers. 12
Joe Foust of Concord was on
our streets Thursday.
Rubber Rooting, at Leilers.- 12
Juice Williams of Dry 'Bayou
was in town Saturday.
Building Paper, at Letters. 12
E. S. Davis attended to a law
suit in this city Thursday.
See that lot of 10 and 121 cent rib
bons at Buckley's. 12
T. J. Holmes of Wolf Bayou
as in Hayti Saturday nijjht.
Scissors, Pocket Knives and Ra.ors
.it Leilers. 12
Doss Hud?ons of Dry Bayou
was on our streets Thursday.
A pretty line of Easter dress goods
at Buckk'i's. 12
Mrs. Wm. Trail of Curuth has
been here several days, on a
Household Paints and Varnishes,
at Leilers. 12
Harvey Worth, the young son
of Morgan Worth, was ill last
A full line of ear v garden seed at
Esq. Sam White of Braggado
cio was in Hayti one day last
Just a little more Arbuckle collee at
the old price, at Buckley '.s. J
Dock Sorrell of Wolf Bayou at
tended to business in this city
Those shrewd farmers who have
ftri'trhed "Pittsburgh Perfect"
J'ciice on their property appreci
aie its uncqu.ilvii strength and
durability. They know it success
fully withstands the elements, the
Knocks of planting, cultivating,
lian citing, the rough usage given
it by horses, cattle and hogs they
Ml. it erect, even and firm, as good
at new, year in and year out.
"Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence own
ers at all times are reaping the
results of highest fence efficiency.
luuili, Hfpnf, durable Open llrauli wlrt
liLnll itmr iruii win .atrlully laltauUnl
Willi juwr 7IIK. it u.r.l cilulvcly In " I'mi
huijti I'ctlco truer. lie irt at ctcly
t o'Hjci point art
wltiL l'icaucti loint (Ut cannot It Hipped,
illfj. tiolci, nor mitrd apatt. 1 licit It a
ID !c and tlzc of "1'iu.buifti I'cilrel" j-'cuce
For every FIELD, FARM,
RANCH, LAWN or
F. M. PERKINS,
If you want good bread, uso "Ex
cello" Hour, At Buckley's only i
Dr. T. J. Trauttnann left Mon
day night for a business trip to
1!-Rooin Hnuso for Sale, near depot,
at a bargain. ,1. II. Ken-ell, Hayti.
Judge Riley Henderson of Con
cord was in town n short while
The prettiest lino of ffinlmtns and
dress goods in town, at Buckley's. J
Deputy Constable Mtutt Webb
wiiN'nver from Canilbi'vsville
.lost received, ;i car of Lnn.-. The
Little Rlvi r Ltiud.er t o. '-'S-lif
Emj. J. M. Ball ul'Godair town
ship transact ed luiMiiess in this
Nice corner residence, clo.e in, for
saleat a bargain. Sec Lnm L-'ller. iltf.
Mrs. Joy Taylor of Braggado
cio was hopping In thi city one
day last week.
The Ivabo t'orset people keep riyht
up to the minute in style. A hill
stock at Bucklej's. i
Col. Collin Morgan of Para
gould, Ark., visited in Hayti a
few days ago.
Lot with two room house for sale,
$175. cash or eiedit. SecAerill or
J. E. Oliver of Guthrie, Okla.,
sends a dollar for the renewal of
Men, don't buy your spring1 suit till
you inspect the two lines on dUpluv
at Buckley's. 12
M. .1. Conran of New Madrid
attended to legal matters m this
Lot with two room house for sale.
?1".". cash or credit. Sec Averili or
Mike Huffman, one of the good
citizens of Braggadocio, was in
Good mule for sale or trade lor
stock or cattle, at a bargain. (!. W.
Don-is, Uati. U
Ab. Sanders of Dry Bayou was
here Thursday, looking after
Some vacant lots for sale, suitable
for duellings. Terms cash or credit.
See Averili or McNail.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Staeey
and children of Kennett i.sited
in Hayti Sunday.
Roofoid Uuhber Rootinsr the l)esi'iur depot was destroyed by
composition louilnir made. At the I fi,.L, unt we believe our people
Littie River Lumber Co. 27-ltf' , . ,, '
(should urge the Frisco to begin
Drew Vardell of Kennett was t on tiM. new llopotj as 0!U.ly in tlu.
in Hayti Friday, looking after spring as possible,
his farm near town.
Henry C. Campbell of Chaffee,
Some vacant lots for sal", suitable ' ,., TJ t. rpi i i i
for dwelling. T-rins cash or credit. ' wns ,n H:l-Vtl Tlmrsilay, and paid,
.See Averili or McXail. rjtf ! this ollice a business call. He
Lawyer Tom Brown of xow I representing a iirm of capita-
Madrid attended to a lawsuit in
this city Thursday.
It jou want better collee than jon
have been usintr, trj "Silver Motin."
This is the very best. At Hucklex's,
Lawyer J. II. Brewer of New
Madrid was in Hayti Thursday,
attending to legal matters.
Lawyer R. L. Ward was over
from Caruthersville Thursday,
looking after legal business.
J. W. Stephens of Caruthers
ville attended to business here
on Wednesday of last week.
Mrs. Tabitha Bissett of Cape
Girardeau, i.s ill at the home of
her son, Tom Bissett, in this
Chits. Finnegan and Edgar
NT,, ,.. !.,:, .,. in.. "
,....., a.t-... vuua mu.i
jmiiiiuk"11 u'i numu, uri'unieai,
Mrs. Morgan Worth was visit,
ing tho family of films. Worth,
on Scrub Kidgc, near Portage
villo, last wfolc
John 1 Scott of Citrntliors
ville cauio over Friday ovning,
iu iiici'i ins wiic. on ncr return j
I'liiicnct' Mayi's eaino over
from K't'inictt Saturday night, to
visit his family, who have been
here several tlstys.
Mrs. J. II. Tant, nee Hobson,
of Wardell, visited v llstyti last
week, and enrolled her name up
on our subscription list.
Nlcn, now, ne ut, clean, vell lighted
ollice roonih lor n nt. Itooms jiibt (in-ishi-il.
Nice, llht hallway between.
On the ennvenient corner, over tho
Morgan Huildlnjr. See Fred Morgan,
A. Adams, the new meat mar
ket man, is a Herald subscriber,
and says he always takes tho lo
cal papers where ho lives.
C. J. McElhaney's new resi
dence in the Kohn addition is
nearing completion, and will be
among Hayti's best buildings.
Boys, if you want clothes tbnt are
rljrht up to the minute In stvle. fit and
workmanship let Buckley take your
measure. He has two of the best lines
in the country and guarantees satis
U.J. Phillips wib here from1
Braggadocio Thursday looking
after business mutters, anil i
nlaced his name upon our honor I
L. L, LeJlor was in St Louis a i
few days this week, on account
of th" illness of Mrs. LetW. who
has been in a hospital there for
Wo espeeialh inx it( jour attention
to the new line of laces anl embroi
deries we are showinr. We have
some entirely new things in Valen-;
ciennes anil Irish point laces, and the i
nicest embroiderj ever shown in town. '
Elmer Thrower returned f rom j
Chalice Sunday, and left Tues-
day tor Kennett, where lie will
join the Dispatch force for a
couple of week.-s.
Ed Cyperl anil family, who
moved to Middle Tennessee sev
eral months ago. have returned
to old Pemiscot, and Ed says he
is here to stay.
Abe Eiihley and Luther liess,
who left a few months ago for
Southern Arkansas, as we
predicted, are back in Dear Old
Pemiscot, and were in Hayti
Sylvester Hnckaby, one of the
well known citizens of Bragga- i
docio neighborhood,' died on the'
7th. He was the son-in-law of1
Ben Phillips, and a good, reliable. !
substantial citizen. '
linrn coal for eookinj: and for oth
er purposes, Vou can iret coal any
time, delivered to jour door. Phone i
or send your orders, and remember
that we sell coal winter and summer
1 unlike the man who comes into jjet
! tlie cream ol the winter's business and
,'iits in the spnny. Ilaui Storaae, '
, l',,!l- Mo,",in- Ml""- 'Mlt
It is now past two years since
lists who want to buy Pemiscot
county land. His ad appears
Manager .Tas. Hassler of the
Planters Gin ini'ormes us they
expect to close down soon, and
the people who still have cotton
to sell should lose no time in
bringing it in. Get a hustle; it's
farming time, anyway.
More milk in winter? Tr ConkeCs
"SALT-KM" wiih jour dairv In-nl.
If results don't .satisfy jou we. atiree
to band you our rionm back.
"SALT-KM," Conkej's medicated
stock salt. Is line for stock of all
kinds. Makes thrifty j.'alns on teed
and keeps animals free from worms
and disease. 7Cc. 1 '2h and 2 '2't
buckets. Leilers l)ru" Store, Uaxti,
Andy Shaw returned from a
business trip to Memphis Satur
day. He bought several head of
g(H)(, j,,,,, wh0 j,, .md
they are for sale. Mr. Shaw
and family expect to locate in
Memphis soon, but he informs
us that he will be bade and fmth
dealing in stock.
The Ladies Aid of the llaptist
church gave a poverty social sit
the city hall Friday night, and
upsuios ineoung with .succi'Sh
linanciitlly, a lot of fun was 1'ur-
nishod. No one with the spsirk
of humor could leave without
feeling refreshed, The receipts
Wormy stock will eat their heads !
oil, yet show no prolit. Keep Con
key's "SALT-KM" before them all
the time. It will nave yon the trouble
of fussing with worm remedies or salt
ing, because the animal will take
their own medicine. Fine conditioner
and tonic and we guarantee it as the
best preparation .ot for keeping stoc'
free from worms. 75c, $1.25 and 2.25
buckets. Lollera Drug Storo, Haul,
The man who is always right,
who never makes mistakes, and
who always doe3 the good things
and other people the bad things,
is a dangerous man to place in.
an important office, because he
is a fanatic, does not realize his
jown weakness and errors, and
and is capable of making
mistakes that it might require
I . ,
.VOIll's to overcome,
TRt k tiinc-kecping is .i
matter of workmanship
and adjustment not of the
price you pay. Kvi fi.sior
makers approach their work in inc right
snirit. The result is a line watch that
vou cm bu .it a pomilar nricc i.co
. : , ,
iVk us for the Lxcr.Lslou Watch.
LEFLERS DRUG STORE
Phone 46, Hayti, Mo.
Have Vour Photos Made
C. F. 8PANN
In their tent, just oil tho northeast
corner ol the square, make all kinds
of photos, portraits, views and post
Barber Shop and Bath Room
Newest, Largest, Nicest and
Best Place in Town.
H. M. RANSBURGH, Prop.
FRED MORGAN BUILDING
It's Delightful In
Fortunate folks who can break
awaj from the bleak winters
here, can ijo to no more delight
ful places than the Gulf Coast
resorts of Texas. The unlimited
variety of leci-eation is made
doubly enjoj able b the balmy,
sunnj weather. Go this winter.
The Trip is Splendid too, via
Vou ride in splendid trains of
all-steel, electric lighted through
out, and enjoy Fred Harvey
meals all the way. Schedules
are quick; round trip fares
greatlj l educed.
0. N. WATTS
Agent Frisco Lines
pronii tlv uliiulned In nil i-ountriea OR no fee.
TRADE.MARKS. Cmi ataanil f 'uitvrlulitiirirltf.
Kli-rril. M-iid M. el ill, .Mmlel or l'lioto, lor
frifcK. KtruKi uii jiuiuiiiiiiiny. t-nifiiipraci
r.-eichuUely. OAHK REFERENCES.
Ffnrt 2 i-cnte In ftanip for IiithIurMi- lwok
01 HOW TO ODTAIN nml SELL PATENTS.
Wllllll OIM-I Will 1.1JT, How lo Kfl H llAltlirr,
pttul Uvt and olhrr vuhmbli'. InluiuiuUoa.
D. SWIFT & GO.
l303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
It ia a very serious matter to ask
for one medicine and have the
wrong one given you. For this
reason we urge you in buying to
be careful to get the genuine
The reputation of this old, relia
ble medicine, for constipation, in
digestion and liver trouble, is firm
ly established. It does not imitato
other medicines. It is better than
others, or it would not be the fa
vorite liver powder, with a larger
uaic man ail otners combined.
SOLD IN TOWN F2
All the best and latest In drinks, at
Fred Morgan's saloon. Or if you
wnnt whiskey, wlno or heer for your
family or for medicine, tho stock is
lare and you can get what you call
fi-KUM THE ORIGINAL
L aUfclY JA.KkT VllUillli rjumrvmwtiin...
rv. r,.t. ir.'i'S-Trr""-"'
-.-- " nukriiLLU.
Established 1868. Paid In
$2t?ow hreBons of Cabbage
t mom y.
wvm. .. iicraiywo.,nox
rM.tn?,;irS"M?.?rtr',0STPJ,0?f PLAHT?Jnlw,t WowbwnwtirentrthMiMiulrMl.ned
s T.2. TfhuiS 'wSJi"" '"", ,0,,, tVor. e,,,b ,,'" "h" " " Pr.on. In lUr SauVdm
lllVMi ffhor..? ,n yoar B,cUon to ",ra tnrly M"S- " tl.r rth"nc.
New Goods, Just From the Market
Ginghams A swell line you can't afford to miss.
Slippers For men, ladies and misses, all new styles.
American Beauty Corsets.
They are for style, comfort and wear.
Corset Covers, Combination Suits,
Gowns, Gingham Petticoats.
Our Store is Running Over With New and
Now is the Time to Buy
Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets, Garden Seed, and
We handle the famous Moline Implements1
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 theix
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.
We make n specialty of mail order and out of town trade, and
till orders same day received. Every package guaranteed. If
you want sonietbinL' for your family or for sickness, you surely want
the best. You can depend upon us for a square ileal. A trial
will convince you.
No Cheap Goods
Are permitted to be set over our bar. Our saloon experience
is that people want tht be-,t. The volume and wonderful increase
in our business clearly proves this, and besUleb, you can come to
our saloon any time and you will find the hen class of people pat
ion izing us.
Price List, For Your Guidance in Ordering:
Bottled in Bond,
. 1 25
. 1 25
. 1 '25
Cedar Hrook, 8 vrs.
. 1 25
. 1 25
1. W. Harper...
Old Red Mill...
. 1 25
. 1 23
. 1 00
Holland Gin, double
Old Tom Gin 100
I in peri a I Dry Gin 100
Alcohol, 188 proof..
Fred Morgan's Saloon
John Scott, Manager
Everybody who uses whiokey
should use the best. It is not bo like
ly to mako you drunk, leavos no bad
effect, is better for your health and
will make you feel Rood. You can
got it at Fred Morgans Saloon. 20
CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS
..7Vr -JT --lT"-"" - t rl - r-Sf
-"'. AummTPcncEiL tHAtrkti iimed
m.niT.M ..-JSLSIIL ....'".T."hT'.7..
-! a 1...I.1..-. - -.;. ..:...
Capital Stock $30,000.00
Seed per season &Sgx
fl twf rhAiiiinil
340, Yongcs island, S. C.
. 1 00
. 1 00
All kinds of Domestic and
Imported Wines.... 7fc to ?1 00
Crystalized Peach and Hon
ey and Hock and live ..
. 4 00
. J 00
. -1 00
. If 00
. 2 50
Yellow Stone, 7 vrs old
Old Fox River, 7 vrs old
Old Lick Hun, K vrs old
i Jllc!l Beam ;
Cedar Grove Hye
Mason's XXX .
Mason's XX '2 00
Yellow Corn '2 00
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