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THE HAYTI HERALD.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1909.
OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL.
FIG TREES IN HAYTI.
At a meeting of tlio school board
lust Thursday Miss Alva ilurrett of
Konnctl vv sis elected teacher of room
No. 1 for the next your.
Miss Barrett comes highly recom
mended us ti toucher of several yours
experience. This leaves only one
room of the school to lie lilled, Unit of
first assistant, for which place a man
of some experience is desired.
Tin' financial Statement of the Ilay
ti school district for the liscal year
ending .lime .10, 15)0!). is as follows:
Cash on hand .Inly 1, 15)08, all
hinds 9 "J01 fit
Received during year, touch
ers fund :i22!)!i:i
Interest and sinking funds.. . OH" :1S
5 800 7.")
I 'aid to teachers ?2 025 00
Incidental : J 15 20
Intciosl 250 00
I lalanco ot teachers fund ... .'104 !.!
lialance of incidental fund :i"0 1!)
Balance linking and interest
hind 1 701 55
5 Mil) 7."i
The above shows the money now on
hand to lie quite a i'cstectablu Mini, all
according to the certified statement of
John T 1'iiickley. secretary of school
Mrs. Vic G. Smith of Hot Springs,
Ark., was born July 2."), 1850, on the
old homestead adjoining llayti. Mo.,
and died at Hot Springs, Ark.,. Tune 5,
lill'l. leaving a husband and one son,
Harry, and two sisters Mrs. S. V.
Gordon of Kansas, Mrs. ('. D. Trcson
ritor of the I'ape. Mrs. Smith was a
christian woman and noble wife to an
iillliclcd husband. She leaves a son
who is a bright. faithful, industrious
young man, worthy the love and hopes
of a trul good mother in the truest
sense of the word. Harry holds u re
sponsible position in one of the lead
ing business houses of Hot Springs.
The fact that there are several thrlf
ty lig trees in Pemiscot county and
that they stand the winters toniurk
ably well, is not generally known.
Hut it is a fact, and some of them hear
heavy crops of llgs every year.
This speaks volumes for our climate
and indicates that we might stretch its
Fig trees grow readily from cuttings
from the limbs, and as the fruit is
good for preserving, every home in
Hiiyti should have its own II g tree.
World's Prize Alfalfa.
It is not generally known that Hay ti
is surrounded by some of the best al
falfa land in the world, and that at
the world's fair at St. Louis the prize
alfalfa was grown right at our doors.
on the farm of James W. Oaither.
At the time this alfalfa was sent to
St. Louis to place on exhibition .Mr.
Oaither did not think any thing of the
matter, as ho had plenty of alfalfa
as good as the sample sent, anil na
turally thought that some alfalfa
giown especially for exhibition would
take the premium, and when the prem
ium was awarded to him he was as
much surprised as any one.
Our cotton and corn land is also 'ol
the highest quality, and we have
known it to produce as high as .'5,500
pounds of cotton to theacio and 100
bushels of corn. We do not know the
greatest production of alfalfa and
other crops, but properly cultivated
our land possesses remurkakle
productiveness and crop failuios are
not forgetitne eclipse of the sun
this (Thursday1) afternoon. The
eclipse is scheduled to appear at about
(1:20, us a partial eclipse, on the sun's
northern limb, cutting oil about two
digets. It will be visible throughout
the United States, except in the ex
treme southwestern portion, and the
sun will set more or less eclipsed
east of a line from Hrownsville. Tex
as, through Jellerson City. Mo., to
Mackinaw City. Mich.
Through Judge Sterling II. Mel 'arty,
acting for tlie American Central Life
Insurance Co.. Mis. Lula Dyer, wife
ol John 1 Dyer, who died a few weeks
ago, has received a check for id, 000,
the amount of her husband's insurance.
Mr. Dyer had not been insured quite a
year. Mrs. Dyer also takes the estate
lett bv her luisbund
Deal with our advertisers.
Notice to Teachers.
The regular June examinations will
lie held June 25 and 20 at Caruthers-'
villc, in public school building, be
ginning at 8, a. m.
The older of subjects will be the
same as on previous examination i.
H. S. S'J'I.ANS.
Hero is the way the Western Adver-.
tisur puts a truth: ''If you tool your,
little looter and then lay aside youri
horn, there's not a soul in ten slioit
days that will know youweie born.
The man gathers pumpkins is the man
who plows all day. and the man who
keeps it humpingis the man wh i makes
it pay. The man who advertises with
a short, unfrequent jerk, is the man
who blames the editor because it didn't
work. The man who gets the business
takes u long and steady pull, and
keeps the local paper, from year to
year quite full. He plans his adver
tising in a careful, thoughtful way,
and keeps forever at it until he makes
it pay. He has faith in all the future,
can withstand most any shock, and,
like the man of Scripture, has his
business on a rock."
J. L. Dorria has .1 nice line of mus
lin underwear. What's the use in
Hewing, thia hot weather, when you
can buy the ready made garment as
cheaply as you can buy the goods?
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T allways did make me
feel tired to hear a
lot of people crying
about hard times and
hieh prices, and at
the same time continue in their old
way, buying blindly, without even
asking the price, or paying $2
freight on a $3 order to some mail
order house. Of course you have
the right to do as you please, but
you owe it to yourself to buy to
the best advantage and save money,
and I know that if you will buy
from me you will
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It would be foolish for me to ask you to my store
unless I know that my prices are right, and the reason you
do not come is because you do not know. Of course you
are perfectly honest in your opinion, and an honest mistake
is the greatest mistake in the world and he hardest to over
come. What I want is to convince you. Make out your
bill and come and get my prices. If you will do this you'll
find some of the leaks that make hard times harder and I
may help you to save many dollars. Let's talk it over.
L O, AVERILL
lion. ( 1 Ihittkuit of Konnott a-
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'1 hose Uuitais,
have a niatho-
lul in model and have a fai canvinir musical tone.
ivrajK-hWHUBa-rr-jes ja itt .a- ti.-wii
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Price fioin 'sli.OD to 38.00 e.i.-h.
Edison Phonographs and Records
VIOLINS AND MANDOLINS
lliew have been selected on account of theii line tone
and musical qualities. Kuril Violin has a heavy coid
hoaid case. How included. Prices fioin y2.!i) to 81- (10.
.Mandulina from i',) to v0
1'iice.s from :. DO to H 00 each.
From 75c to f.'I.OO each.
.moid ."5c to $1.."0 each.
The best hooiIh and the prulticHt, nnn-fadinj:
coIoih to be found anyvviieie for the money. I'om
jiaie them with others at (he Haine pi ice, sM 7H,
:i 00, ! fit), 44 00, W DO, 5 m mid 5-ti DO each.
! 0(1, 'T), 1 ol), ?!.' 00, yj 0(1 pei set.
Keep your mind on heller iiiality.
It is fjood, and we will keej) it so.
I'ucle Sam f.1.
Hi oak o'day alarm
ltejiublic alaun 'll
l.iiminouM a 1 a i m
lneiMll "Yankee" si.
Inceisoll l,.liinioi" W
We want yoer hnsinoss. mid we can
ban-lull 1) a t s,
mitts, too plates,
heel plates um
scoie books, ankle supporters, boy's
cap', lit'lts, bai-eliiills, pick nick balls,
Kn by hooks ."() pei box of 100 L'oo
Kiiby hooks 7-0 per box of 100 "Ifie
Kirhy hookn -0 per box of 100 (15c
Kiiliy hooks 10-0 per box of 100. 7fic
Kirby hookH 7-8-11-10 jier 100 .. lfic
Limerick hookH (1-0 box of 100.. 25c
Limciick hookH S-0 box of 100 . r0c
Central draught No. H pei 144 .$1 00
I'ential diauKht No. Ifi per 141 . 1 00
('in. Iiiibh, biijrht, lO-lid-'Jl pei 100 25 c
TROLLS AND MINNOWS
ITcmliix iiio)olleifl each ... 50c
OiibconiKle Hioon IioIIh each li'it
Huell HpinnoiH No. 'A each .. . (10c
Huell HpinnoiH N'oh. 4 and 5 each 50c
llilderbranilt tandoiii Hpiuneis
each . ..., ... 50c
Ilildeibrandt iiluin hpinneiH each 25c
llildeihrandt fcathuied HjiinneiH
Dowaimu' minnow 11 hookH each 75c
'Dowaiijac minnow 15 bookr) each 100
Dowaipio minnow 15 I'.ooks ai-
tiHtic each . ... 75c
Ketch-em 15 hookH each . . . 50c
1'ioiiiier vvecdlcHH tioll each 25e
l'lemior (luted spoon each title
Ordinary tinted spoon each 10c
Invincible 1st quality ouch '.. 1 25
Walton, one of the best made . 2 50
('oik HoatH each 5 & 10c
Tackle boxes, size 5j.UU each . 'l 00
Kish scaleiH each " 25c
Trot Lino, Seine Twine and Stano-
in, tier lb .'15c
Furnished lines each 5 10c
Fish Btuniieih ench 5 A: 25c
Lines, ood quality cotton 15 ft.
2 lm fir
Hettci iiiality cotton, 25 ft. each 5c
Itiaideil linen, 50 It. spools loi 15c
'ilk castiin:, on spiuds pei yd. .'!, 1 iv; 5e
lapau silk, 10 yd. hanks, each 25c
Sinkers, lead Hinall and medium le
Sinkers larKO each 2e
POLES AND RODS
Sampson's jointed stool lUft.
eaoh . . " $:i 25
Hamboo jointed 4'..fl. each 2 50
Oano jointed 8f I. each . 26o
MiBsiBsippi cane 18ft. each l()e
Minnow dip nets each .25 & 50o
Fish hnpfl each .. !l5c
Hucket dip netH eaoh 25o
Minnow buckets lcp. 15c, 2qr. 25o
FniK spearB I! proiiK eacli . 25o
Fisli spears 1 in 5 prone; eaoh S5o
FibIi sjiears 5 in. 5 prong eaoh tiOe
Fish epetirs 7 in. 5 prong each $1 00
Fisherman's hats each 25c
Minnow actus 1x15 Machine
nmdo eaoh 2 50
Minnow seins 4x15 white tied
each . . . '53 50
(Complete with floats and sinkers.)
Wo have by far the largest and
most complete lino ot Fishing Tackle
in tho citv.
LITTLE FOLKS GOODS
Toy garden tools, Tops, Marbles,
Pumps, Inside Tubt s, Hells, Handle
CorkH, Tiro Cement, Wood Rim
Cement, Kubber Plugs, Valves, ote;
Mun'Dauii', for mending torn or
Biiaged goods too
Mkndinii Tissri:, a household
LEFLER'S DRUG STO