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THE HAY1I HERALD
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1909.
ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
Gathered at Random from Random Sources
Thono peoplo who think Hayti 1b
uubu, ia a iinng 01 tuo pnet or has no
future, nro linblo to find that thoy
have reckoned without their host.
Homo times it is wiso not to talk too
muoli, and we know several things wo
aro not talking about just now, but
time will tell. There is overy reason
why Hayti should be a good town, and
it will bo well for our reoplo to be
come more united and cultivate u bet
tor feeling, if thoy expect to recoivo
the full benefit that ought to be theirs.
Hayti boasts of the only macadam
ized road in Pemiscot county. The
silicaroad put down as an experiment,
a distance of about half a mile, from
the city to the Alfalfa Farm residence,
Jng up under hard usage. This was,
"perhaps, the- worst piece of road in the
j county, and if this material will stand
on this road its future is assured, and
so far it is as solid und firm as a rock.
The Alfalfa Farming Company are
doing more to boost Hayti and the
country around it more real hard
down pushing, talking and advertising
for Hayti than any one else has ever
done, yet it is in a quiet way and but
few peoplo are aware of their great
efforts. We only mention this fact as
a pointer, for wo feel that the people
should know their friends.
The Modern Woodmen had an in
teresting meeting last Friday night,
it being their annual installation. The
officers installed were: H. L. Davidson,
consul; B. L. Guffy, advisor; B. S.
Steams, escort; J. T. Buckley, clerk;
J. M. Byrd, banker. We acknowledge
an invitation from Covington camp to
attend a banquet in their camp hall
Pastor T. G. Fallin of the. Metho
dist church will have for his subject
at 11 a. m. Sunday: The Effect of tho
Fall and tho Atonement.
I. Kohn has returned from Monett,
Ark., wheio ho bought a stock ot goods
at a good price., Ilia brother, Arthur,
will take tho manngement of thisstoro,
and tho stylo will bo Kohn Brothers.
Mr. Kohn cleared up about $2,000 cool
cash on this deal, and ia feeling good,
Thoro is not a vacant residence in
Hayti, and peoplo are constantly here
in search of such property. This goes
to show that our city is not so dull as
some would have usbeliovo. After all,
we believe Hayti is ns good, if not
bettor, than many of her sister cities.
P. S. Ravcnstein bas traded his
Chaffee property for tho Jno. Mears
residence property here. Mr. Raven
stein is going to overhaul tho building
and place and do considerable repair
work. This is one of tho nicest res
idences places. in town.
Rev. G. M. Brooks reports an old
time wedding dinner at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bridges at Pas
cola last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Bridges were married last Thursday.
More than 100 guests were present,
and all report a royal good time.
Miss Lillian May Sprayberry, niece
of Dr. J. W. Johnson, who finished
the third grade in the Hayti schools
last year and is attending the Carr
Institute at Fulton, Ky., has finished
the fourth grade there and entered on
Charlie Tieghardt, working at tho
stave mill nt Pascola, suffered the mis
fortune to lose three fingers Monday
morning, which were cut off by the
equalizing baw. He was brought to
Huyti, where Dr. Johnson treated his
Rov. J. L. Wolverton closed a pro
traded meeting at Pascola the
3rd, in which ho was assisted bv
Rev. Manard, which resulted in 4o
professions, 23 admissions to tho
church and 17 baptisms.
James Mooro is editor of tho Argus
during the absenco&f Harvey Avcrlll,
and from tho way ho starts off wo
believo James wotl "cut out" for a
newspaper man. Ho seems to get
right down to business in a business
What arc the people going to do
about Mr. Russell's proposition to
grade and fence tho public square?
Don't be mum. Lotus hear from some
one on this proposition. If you don't,
some one is going to hear from us.
If Christ Came to Missouri? Don't
fail to hear the lecture at tho Metho
dist church, Friday night, January
15, at 8 o'clock, by Rov. H. W. Whit
nell. Admission "250, children 15c.
Ferd Morris is carrying on quite art
I extensive timber business at tho Uell
switch, and is now preparing to put a
Hteam loader in operation.
Harry Howell, one of tho Brown
pitchers, is visiting Moxic Manuel at
Pascola. Moxio is now pitcher with
the White Sox of Chicago.
Dr. F. A. Mayes went to Kennott
Sunday afternoon to accompany Mrs.
Mayes and granddaughter, Irene Bald
Coal in plenty at Hayti Cold Stor
age, $5 a ton delivered in bin. Phono
67 or leave orders with central. 12tf
Mrs. J. N. Clemens, after a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Frick,
returned to her home at'lyler Sunday.
Highest market price paid for poul
try, butter, eggs, hides and furs. See
me before you sell. Samuel Adams. Otf
Ora Lynch, the Frisco agent at Pas
cola, is in a hospital at St. Louis, where
he went for un operation of the tonsils.
Save your money. Buy your lum
ber, shingles, building material, etc.,
fromO. W. Frick, atreasonablo prices.
Leonard Sprinkle lias returned from
the Frisco hospital at St. Louis, where
he had one of his fingers amputated.
E. L. Clayton's mill grinds or ex
changes meal for corn overy Saturday.
y, mile west Frisco depot, Hayti. 2-5
We have now entered into tho New
Year and must devote our attention
and thoughts as to how we can make
tho best of opportunities ap they
Of Course tho majority will farm; it
will bo BLUNT'S PLOWS that they
want. Some will do railroad work and
must have good shoes, so it wiil
the W. L. DOUGLAS Lrand that thoy
Sure wo must all eat, so it is Aver-
ill'a GROCERIES that we want, so
will ask you to observe closely and it
will bo easy for you to ascertain tho
right place to trade.
I L. G. A V ER IL L 1
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E wish to impress upon the public tho fact
that we carry tho largest line of Drug
Sundries in the county. Our side lines, a few of
which mention is here made, makes it possible
for you to find almost anything that you could
possibly expect to find anywhere in a drug store.
ff attribute our enormous increase in busl-
ness mostly to ,. our varied assortment
of side lines, and shall continue to add now lines
so long as the general demand from tiio buying
public appears to justify.
REMEMBER that wo havo a reputation to
sustain on high grade goods. Just resolve, if you
are not our customer, to try us this year; it'll bo a
ie8olution you won't break.
LEFLER'S DRUG STORE
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