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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 April 1909

AYTI HERALD. VOL. T. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1909. NO. 25. THE i j.' ViJ - 1 Wr It.!. 't 1 ONLY A WOMAN. Coining Irom whence nu one knows, and wandering aimlessly in tin-world, one of tin- actors on the stage of life lli-utlny from t lie footlights uiul per haps from those lovt'il and iloiif ami over whose hie hep sin might cast its, shadow, landed troin :i steamboat at ( 'ai-Uthei-sv ill.- Sunday night, penny -less ami Iiiiiki-. a stpnngei- among -traiiyt'r. with tin canopy of heaven loi' her eovep and the eold, damp earth for her bed. This woman, young, beautiful and i dined, torn asundep from home and lot'iner associations by the hist and the stronger power of man. a wreck and outcast, with heart aching lop the might have heen. up perhaps fop the fulllllment of the promise that 10b ImmI hei-of all the after beauties ol life, n w turns her lootstcps to the mid night darkness and plodding her weai-y way thpogh the misty nip until finally overcome hy childbirth pains sh...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 April 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD W.M. VDHK, I'ublished Weeklt. in TliurMlu.v s. Si. 00 u Your in Advunce. ISntnrod as Beeond-claBs matter Oct. HO, 1908, at the poetollice at Hnyti, Mo., under the nut of Mnrch 3, 187!). on Hit' list. It is not our intention that tin, one .should ho overlooked, and we sire ulwavs jjluil when our friends call our attention to mutters of thiskind. We published the list just a jjiveti to Us, Mild we. suppose thu mistake must have (insured in inukhi the duplicate list. HAYTI, MlSHtll'RI. A BKJ WINDY. The wind has Ween blowing some this wi'ck, so much mi that lijjht weight could hardly venture out at times without eurr,injf liallast. Dr. Hud'mjrs Mepped oil of the train here Monday mnrninjr and the wind whirled oil hi lid and sent it in the direction of I'ortajcevillu. He rush ed into the operator's otlireand wired: "Look out for a live dollar Stetson.' The operator at Poi'tujjeville answei ed: "Too late, hut just passed: tr Sikeston." Ill', Ciwumvi', (in the saint! train...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 April 1909

IMEJyhRAlJL Items From Home and Abroad, Gathered From Many Sources I Twice-a-Week Democrat: Members urn run, he soon spent nil Ills money, of tin1 West Tennessee Land Company, or the publisher's. iikiiu'J unci then, it owners of Keel fool Lake, ovui" tlio; U Mild, the Capo paper claimed he lighting rights in which the nightrider.s. ! wus not Its agent murdered (.'uptuiti Quiulin Kuukin last lull, appeared before the Keel foot Lake Investigation eonnnittee ol the Tennes see Legislature, Friday, sui d the, would accept less thun Kir)ul)0 for the property, pi'ovided the Klute would Keuresentative Spence of Ktoddurd county hits in trod need u hill in the House like Senium Wilson's in thu Senate, prohibiting any dealer in pistols, revolvers, how ic knives, metal make it a hunlingand llshing preserve. ktiucks, etc., fiom exhibiting siicli .1. G. liurdiek. lessee of the lishing wares in show eases or .show windows. privileges, stud his associates would accept JiliyiiM tor their rights, and...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 15 April 1909

LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Mrs. Ryan is ill this week Sued potatoes ut Averill's, Mrs. Kd Herry wus ill lust wk, DIuuiiI'h plows ut Averill'n. .Mrs. Walter Schilling is reported ill. Coal oil 12c n gallon at Averill's. .Ion .Iuuk-iti of Stanley is on the sick list. Doom and windows at A. J. Dorrla'. Kliner Murphy is recovering from pneumonia. Ladies' hand bagB at Letter's 2-Uf deo. Featicw as heie from Caruthcrs xille Monday. Paints and window glims ut Letter's K. H. Culpepper and wife visited in Keunett Sundax. C. Lad it's triiniued hats at I ill's. A vcr-2011 Dr. Hhipps of Carnthersville was in Hayti Monday. Oabb.ige I'lanls lor sale, by Mis. Iiilin T. Uuckley. lillf Dr. .Majis reports Mrs. Will Davis a c jnvalcsccnt. r'dison phonographs and records at ' Letter's, njh i i 'lias. Morgan visited homi- (oik1- at ' Ki'imctt Sunday. ' Willi paper, carpet paper and builtl ini; paper at Letter's, jn Von Max es attended to Icl'uI Imsinc-s...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 April 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL.T. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 22. 1000. NO. 26. GRADING FUND, FENCING FUND. HARDWOOD TREES. Tin billowing lund has bee itt'll by I. Kohn till' tilt' Jllll i i-a il i ny tht' public square, to better condition to receie ft' tree: H. K. Allen I. Kohn T. S. Kaeiistein . . Virjr. 1J. Adams 111'. .1. W. Johnson 1.. L. Letter . . Klmcr Stephens Arthur Allen . . li. V. Dorris K. M. (J win .1. L. llorris V. M. Perkins i'. .1. Pro vine li. S. Stearns .1. U. Fields Henry Kansbiirgh Mamie Brothers Or. .1. G. ('rider Tom While. 1 day grading. L). '. Stubbs Charlie Spencer Will Wearley. 1 day "s work. Sander- Hi others lir. T. .1. Trautmann K. K. Klliston U . 11. .Morris Mr-. Ho-e Bryant bank ot llayti t'lti.ens Hank T. A. McNail Civic League Charlie Wells. Jr. J. W. lia-kliis J. R Ingle Samuel Adams C. Shell A. .1. Horn- . . . I'liu (.iaskin- Geo. Dyer Dr. K. A. Maiis . Butler Mollie llorris . rMwaid- .1. S. Sturm 'J im Horn John lngk- Mi-. Hn.ih l l ui lie Aim; n sn...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 April 1909

THE HA YTI HERALD I'l'III.IHIIKD liVKHY TllUUSDAY, Y WlI.MAM YoKK, lilllTOR AND P('H. TK1I.MH OK srnsCItll'TKlN: ijl.OO A YKAIl, I'AHII IN AHVANl'K KNTKRKI1 AT THi: POKTOITICK, HA YTI, MI8SOPIU. AK SKCONI) ('LAS' MATTKIl Olllco ill City Hull, Over Poatolllco, Hnyti, Pemiscot County, Missouri THE PLANTING OF THE TREES By EUGENE C. DOLSON H, have you seen on a wayside slope 'J'lii elms and muplc.s, with branches high, 'I'lmt some mil1 planted, in faith and hope. Far hack in tin- silent years gone by? Oil, not in vain there were left in trut To a later aye the trees he .set: When he wiio planted is turned to dust, The, yooti that lie wrought survives him yet. So, now, as the hounteous hour.-, of spring. With hud and blossom, come up the way, A joxful dut.x to all thi'y bring There is work lor all on Arbor Ilax. A lifetime treasure of shade or fruit May children train for their transient toil, When a tree shall rUe from the slender root Thex are burying deep in the mellow soil. It will ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 April 1909

the world at large! Items From Home and Abroad, Gathered From Many Sources I 1'einiscot Argus: Tho people i)l tin town him begun extensive prepara tions l'o i' the entertaining titnl promul gation of the Drummers' Association which meets heiv the last weekol Muj. The business men are contemplating making it the greatest meet in the history of the Association. We arc proud of our town and desire to show the people what a wide-awake town we have, and how much interest and pride that we take in promoting the welfare ul our town and business Intel ests. Kery one should put their shoulder to the wheel and make the tiling u success. we can point to with pride, to our visiting- prospective investors. An old negro was asleep on the train out of Sedalia the other day. mouth open and snoring, when a drummer emptied a quinine eapstile on his ton ue. says the Butler Democrat. The old darky awakening, began to spit around and culled lor the conductor, saying: "Hoss, is dere a iluctor on ilis her...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 22 April 1909

Si'i'd pntiiUx"", nt Avi'i'ill's. l'l-cif. Davidson U 111 tliK wci-k. Blount's plows at Avorlll's. Mrs. P. 1). Hnihcit is ill thN week. Uoal oil 12c a gallon at Avurlll's. .1. K. (Jrifen was in Hsi.Ui last week. Radius' hand bags at Leller'a 2Kf (!i'(t.. 1 Vutie was here from Oanithoi'a- illc Monday. Paints and window plaHB nt Lefler's 'I'lif KrNi-o is ilowlj jtuttin nii-ii hai-k to work. Ladies trimmed hats at L. (.'. Aver ill's. L'ntt !'. Alsiip has "one into the pump ill ivhlff llUsilH'ss. IMison phonographs and records at Leller'a. 2Jtt Men Citrr of Lilhoni'ii was in Hati S.itiiidu.v . l M. PorkiiiH handles first class goods- 2(5 Dr. K. S. Ki'irsc.v was liure from Mrajrjradoi'io Thirsda. . Wall pnper, carput paper and build ing paper at LbIWh. 21tf .loc Michel), thi' ('urutlifrsvilli capitalist, was in Hati Mond.i. Paints, oils and glass. Dr. Traut niaiin'B Drugs Store. 2( Miss May Morgan of ICcnni'tt vKitfd in ll.i.ui from Friday until Sundu,. GlaHB of all kinds at Dr. Traut ma...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 April 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD. VOJL. I. . HAYTI, MISSOURI, THUBSDAY, APRIL 29, 1909. NO. 27. "GUN TOTING." STOCK LAW ELECTION. - "Gun toting" will be a dangerous pastime, either for the law-abiding citizen or the criminal in the future. The house has passed Senator Wil son's bill making the carrying of a concealed deadly weapon a felony, punishable by imprisonment in the Penitentiary. The measure now needB ynly the signature of the Governor to become a law. ThoHouso also passed Senator Wilson's companion bill to tlie guntotlng measure. It prohibits the display of weapons in show win dows, but was amended so as not to include in this restriction the display of rovolvors or guns in show cases in side of stores. The amendment was udopted at the suggestion of the whole sale hardware dealers of St. Louis, Kansas City and St. Joseph. As passed by the House and Senate the two bills are expected to reduce homi cides to the minimum. Both measures were generally supported and are ad mitted to be two of th...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 April 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. YORIC. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 1 " $1.00 a Year hi Advance. Entered as second-class matter Oct. 30, 1008, at the poatollico at Hayti. Mo., under tlio act of March 3, 1870. Hayti, - - Mibsouiu. THAT STOCK L.AW. , To put a quietus on some of those Old long-tongued gossipors, the kind that are always ready to go oil half cocked and talk about things they know nothing about and when they disagree with you start out to injure you In a business way by underhanded methods, let us turn to our issue of APRIL 8, the 8th of this month, if you please, and see what wu hud to say about it. Here it is; read it: "We were a little surprised to learn that a petition for a slock law had been handed in (to the city council) and REGRET THAT THE PARTIES DID NOT WAIT FOR THE NEW BOARD." Can you read that and understand it? That is exactly what we said. What are you going to say now. It generally pays to know what you are talking about before you talk, and people who are alwaj ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 April 1909

TO DEFEAT STOCK LAW Tho Hnytt Herald is not in favor of a slock law that will work a hardship ,upon tho country people. Such law 1b not desired by any one. There is justice and reason to all things. Our idea is that if our present laws regulat ing hog, pbns, barns and lots were strictly oil forced the health of tho town would bo jrreatly improved, and many people who now Beem to think that Huyti is a free-for-all stock pasture and hog pen, would raise a great howl. Those people who oppose tho stock law might defeat it for many years to come by abiding by and en forcing the present laws of the town. It is generally the abuse of privileges that cause laws to be enacted to re strict tiiose privileges. Among the many good laws of Hay ti tuat arc not enforced is this: - Chapter 17, Pago 130, Section 0, He- vised Ordinances City of llayti. No' pen, Btable, shed or other structure, or any lot or premises whatsoever, situat ed within fifty yards of any dwelling house in tliia city shall be ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 29 April 1909

? Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers Ladies hand bags at Lcflor's 24tf a' Gid Gibson of Steele was in Hayti Monday. Paints and window glass at Letter's W. H. Finch was in Caruthersvillo .Saturday. handles first P. M. Porltins goods class 20 The now Kolin building is going up right along. Edison phonographs and records at Leflor's. 24tf Tom Douglas of Kcnnett was in Hny ti Friday. Tj. L. Leller made a business trip to Cairo last week. Rev. Allen Rankin of Steele was in Tfayti Friday. John Nash, a CliatTce liremtin, was in Hayti last week. Wall paper, carpet paper and build ing paper at Lefler's. 24tf Mrs. Kd Gotcher visited a sick aunt atSenath last week. .7. G. Sarins and family were in Ca ruthersvillo Saturday. Paints, oils and glnss. Dr. Traut mann's Drugs Store. 2(5 Uncle Tom Miles was out from Ca ruthersville Sunday. C S. York was out from Caruthers ville last Thursday. Whito goods tho best and most at tractive line in town. L. 0. Averlll. The Civic Lcuguc is ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 May 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1909. NO. 28. THE CITY COUNCIL. 10 YEARS IN THE PEN. DR. F. A. MAYES. On nccount of tho absence of Henry The trial of Albert Little at Curuth woricu, one oi tno lioara oi Aiuermeii, ersviiie last week resulted in a con- breaking a quorum, tbe city council vlction and ten years in th pen. In pULS filling an unexpired term, Dr. I hud no meeting Monday night, and speaking of the cuse the Twlco-u-Week the new officers could not be installed Democrat says: until Tuesday night. "A large number of witnesses were Before instnlling the new oillceis examined by both sides, and e very 'i. ,!,. ;, i. i,i i i..i inch of the ground was stubbornly con- 1 uesday night the old board cleared test,d lhc Sefenuo belnff handled by up all their unfinished buaineBB except Ward & Collins, and Rice A. Pierce auditing their books, which they left of Tennessee, while Judge J. S. Gos- som, prosecuting attorney, amy tooK for the now board to do. Man...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 May 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD Pudlished Every Thursday, By TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! 81.00 ENTERED AT TOE POSTOFFIOE, IIAYTI, Ofllco In City Hall, Over Postofflce, ABOUT ADVERTISING. We must Insist that the people of Hayti do not weaken on the amount of advertising necessary to give this pa per a living. Some of our merchants are right liberal in thoir patronage, while a few seem to feel that the monoy they pay ua is a donation to ciiurlty, when the fact is, they got a larger re turn for the inonoy spent than wo do. As a matter of fact, when people come to your place to trade they do not come and tell you that your ad vertising attracted them; they are at tracted by your advertising, however, and the more you advertise the more you will attract them. The people have a natural desire to trudo with merchants who advertise, and if you will wuteli the constant throng of people about the store of the good advertiser you must certainly realize that something attracted them there. Do you suppose those "go...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 May 1909

fco THE WORLD AT LARGE ' Items From Home and Abroad, Gathered From Many Sources The Beard joint resolution to d Isfran chlso negro voters in Florida was adopted by tho senate Apr. 30 by a voto of 20 to 10. The resolution now jroes to tbo houso. Two years ago a similar measure passed tbo senate, but was killed in tbo bouse. Senator Beard read a letter from Senator Monoy of Mississippi, commending tho attempt to regulate tbe negro vote. senator MBBsey saiu tnai, notwith standing tho fact that be was born in Philadelphia, he had lived in Florida long enough to know the wants of its people and to see the need of a change in tho constitution to disfranchised negro. Tho Beard resolution submits to tho voters a constitutional amend ment providing that the voters of Florida shall be "white male" persons of tho ago of 21 years and upward. The St. Louis and San Francisco railway management gave instructions to its agents to put in effect May 1 tbe two and one-half cent rate basis for passenge...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 6 May 1909

Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers ( Capt. Morris was 111 Monday. Mrs. Fannio Chism Is HI this week. Ladies' hand bags at Letter's 2 HI Miss Madge Trainor Is quite ill this week. 0. Qi Kaino of Cunton county was ,ln Haytl Sunday. Paints and window glass at Lefler's W. O. Harkev and wife of Konnett were in Huyti Sunday. Ladies trimmed hats at L. C. ill' Avcr- L'Otf Miss Ola Glover of Cnruthcrsville, who has hcen visiting her sister, Mrs. Hattie Woodard for some time, re turned home this week. Engine and holler for Hale 25 horse power boiler and 15 horse power en gine, Erie make, good order, at bar gain price. C. W. Friek, Hnyti, Mo. P. M. Perkins has icoolved a tele gram from his brother at Sumner, 111., Their Dr. T. .T. Trautmann was in Ca ruthersvillo Thursday. Edison phonographs and records at Letter's. 21tf Senator Wm. Hunter of Benton was in Hayti Saturday night. Wall paper, carpet paper and build ing paper at Leflor's. 24 tf Tom Bissett attended to business a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 May 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. T. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1909. NO. 29. TROT MORRIS KILLED. Tuesday afternoon, about 5:.'I0, while engaged in n jfanu; of cauls ut F.rwin's mill, just out of tin corporate limits of tins city, Chaile Klhstou shot mill lulled Trot Motrin ami dangerously wounded Jim Dillinghum. The game was between Tint Morris, Mm Dillingham, Charlie K listun air.l l.dii Kidgeway, and was a poker game at 1 cent ante. The tumble aiose whun Dillingham was winning on a straight and Klliston only hud two queens. I The evidence allows that when Ellis ton showed bad temper the other players advised him to keep his money out, and when the cauls weie exposed I Klliuton aiose fiom his neat in an Hilary mood, and Monis also arose, and said: "IXin'tpull your gun, Char lie." Klliston tauntinly said hi would not, but did pull his 'tin, and pointing his gnu :il Morris, said: "You don't believe 1 will shoot, do yon " Monis said he did not. These wouls weie leiterated two or thtee t...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 May 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD Pl'lJl.tHIIKtl EVKHY Tlll'ltSIMY, Hy William Yokk, Kditok and Pl'Il. 1KHMH l)K srilWHII'TlON: 1.00 A YKAU, CASH IN ADVANCK KNTKKKD AT TIIK I'n.HTorKICK, HAYTI, MlHROt'ltl AH HKCONt) CLASS MATTKK Olllce in City Hull, Over Poatofllco, Hiiyli, Pemiscot County, Missouri PROFESSIONAL CARDS BKFOHK AND AK'I'KK. The following from the Campbell Citizen, just before iiml juM after the hog law went into ell'ect. might give Mime one in Huyti an idea: "Tin.' hog law goes Into etleet Satnr diy, Max 1. Have ou made tin- in ci'isiir, arrangements to keep that old chicken-eating, raor-liaek eontluedV If not. ,u had Letter sell hei' on the f.irm, or knock her on the head anil c.ill the -scavenger to haul her awa at the expense of the town. The liest feature ol the hug law i the moral one, as b, keeping the hog-, penned up there will lie no ling ahout the ownership in case one should die. Heretofore it litis been ijuitu an ex pense to the eit to have them hauled oil, as hut very few p...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 May 1909

"O device, sull, iflvc away, op otherwise the world at large :!ir!,:!:."",?.!r::::::". "":!!:: ":! 1 ntituin fh n ttt lit ti'tm lituiMU ni i ti V S Items From Home and Abroad, Gathered From Many Sources i substitute therefor, or any paper made v'vv sss, ww " or prepared for tho purpose of making Tlic W. O. V. camp of Sikeston will fpiends hi this county wlio will be cigarettes op any substitute therefor htivo a celebration on .Inly .'hd, pained toknowof hisserious condition, or for the purpose of beirif filled with j lie is not able to sit up, and can only tobacco for sinokinj,', shall be adjudged The Olarkton aldermen were ar- j talk witli yreat dllliculty; he is very guilty of a misdemeanor and. upon ruifiiied last Thursday for opening much resigned to his condition, the ballot boxes alter the recent muni-1 dual election there. , Maiden Merit conviction thereof, punished by a fine of not less titan ill) nor more than 'MOO It is alleged that tho for the lirst offense and by a line ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 13 May 1909

KWts. ul iiiin would follow tlit example of I)!'. .lohiisim. when the.v see their friends in town, and bring them in to sec us, inn llt would grow much faster. Ladies' IniiKt iMgH at Leflcr'tt i! Itf S. J. .Icllress was in Curutliersv illc Sii'urda,.. Paints mid window ghiHH 'it Leller'a Mrs. A. Hoge is another Herald ,stj!iscrilM'r. Ladies trimmed luits ut I,. ( '. Aver ll.'s. .'ott Mrs. Albert Cuglc has renewed lii'i subscription. Kdison phonograptiH nnd recordH ut Leller'n. tMtf Itilev )i ton was heie Iroiu Itragga d icio Monday. Glims of all kiuilH nt Dr. Traut inatin'H Drug Store. 'J( Ki'v. .1. .1. Wilson of 1 'otu'ord was iii town Sutui il;i . 1'aintH, niln and gluns. Dr. Traiit mann's Drugs' Store. L'li L. N Swinevof Caruthersville was i Havti Suliuda.v. Wall paper, carpet paper and huild ii.g paper at Leller'H, 'Jltf Uev.ti. M. Brooks has 11 i mark on o ir subscription book. Watcl) for "The Old Maids' I'lay,' by tiie Civic League.. IVof. Hopper ol ('amplx-ll was in li i.v ti...

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