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IIAYTL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1909.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Many Things Worth Reading, Condensed for Busy Readers
Last Thursdn, ill Ki'inii'tl Miss
ISthcl Powell of Caruther-ile ai
married to Leo Pone-, of tliis place.
Miss Powell is the daughter of Hunk
Powell, mid tin- "Tainlilaujjjliti'r of the
"Old Uoliablu" .lolm L. Bm, while
Mi1. Dimes is from one of the pioneer
tumllies of this cnunl . beliif,' the son
of .lolm Dunes, deceased, and Mes.
Allie Dones. It iiiiht he intoi ostium
in passing to state that Mis. Dunk
Powell, the mother of the hride. pla
ed the first oi'fjan to ever sound a note
in Pemiscot count.v, when she was hut
The Dod-(!a oso citiens- and
cliildien met at the school house and
organized u union Nuiidav school last
Sundax, with 'I'. (J. Prin a-. Supt.,
Allen Meeks assistiini Supt. and I'm
ma Wehh secretary and tte.isurcr.
We hope this Kunda school won't
yet fiost hilten this tall. Conli-i-huled.
'J'lie Choate and Ilci'hert diamatic
show will he in lla,ti IiMila , .Septem
ber.!. Tlie. will present M ille Kern,
a four-act melodrama. Vaudeville
specialties hetween ier. act, making
one of the liest sliow.s ever plaxed in
ourcit.v. Admission will he 1.1 and
2.1 cents. Don't locjfet the date.
Hand concert at l:!J() i. m.
Mr. and Mis.Ollie Wondard icturn
ed Mondu Irom Ilunts ille, Matiama,
where Mrs. Woodard had lieen on an
extended isil to friends and lelatives.
Loyan Olmec of ( 'arulhersville. a
hrother of Mis. W'oodanl. returned
with them, hut Mr. Woodaid's sister
Mis. (.'aerie Haldwin of Kennelt.
who has been isitin Mi1-. Lockex
Donaldson at Tiplonille. came down
on the Kerd lleiold Mond.n and stop
pcd oil to isil her mothi i and lalht r,
Mr. and Mis. Dr K. A. Maxes.
Tlii' following teachers attended the
examination at I'arutlieisxille Kridaj
and Saturday: Missis Flavin Wil
liams, (lame: Muyjiio Lane, Tenn :
Ona Mai Akins. 'JVnn.: Virginia Ue,
nolds, C'arutheisville; Dulcie Hrxant,
llati: Nellie L-e Dorioh. ('arulheis
ville: Ana Marherr.v. 111.: Ida Kob
hins, l'oitajieville: Anna Malime.
Cottonwood Point: Alma Pnrrelt, lCcn
nett, and Missis. Win. I!ra,, IJr.ijfHfii
docio: .1. ('. .loins, (ootei: Thomas
Williamson, Pascola: .1. W. Anel,
Wardell; Owen Thompson. Carutheis-
ville: Luther Jackson, Portayoville.
Dunklin Democrat: The Hist arrest
and conviction ol a drunken mini, on
a train, in this section, occurred Tues
day W. II. .loms. of Mattixui, 111.,
yol on (. (inductor Ham's train, at Ca
rutheisxille, and took a seat m the la
dies' coach, and went to sleep. He
was taken oil here, and arraiyu 1 bo
foie .hislice Wist and lined, on a plea
of ui lt .') and costs, m all rl.i.UI.
lie had hut II cents and went to jail.
Twice-a-Week Deinocr.it: Prof. 15.
S. Stearns istcrda, took the olliee ol
colintv superintendent ol the pulilic
schools. 1'nder the. law enacted h.
the last legislature the count.v school
commissioner acts as superintendent
until alter the November, 11)10, elec
tion, at which time a superintendent
will he elected.
Hev. '.. K. .Spence whose home is at
Karminyton. Mo., hut who has spent
i the last few ,eais in William Jewell
i('olleje and the Southern liaptist
Theological Seniinar.v, was called last
Wednesday cuminy, to the pastorate
of the Havti liaptist chinch.
Missis da Dorris ol this place and
Mattie Pipin of Oiccnv'llc, 111., pass
ed down on the Kerd lh rold foi Mem
phis Moiula.x, and will nturn on the
up trip and stop at Havti.
'J'he attorney general has dellned the i
tuw hotel law now inetleet. All build
ings used for the purpose of a hotel
with ten or more rooms whether the,
he sleeping rooms or otherwise, are
subject to the inspection of the state
Tlie tnimt durable machine mndo is
the Ni:v IIomi:. We iiIho hanillo the
hall hearing Singer, the Wn.MJ. Fiu:i:,
the New Ideal, the Rldredye, the Wil
cox and (libbH. With over 15 yearn
haiidlini; find repaSting machines, we I
are competent to toll you which lathe'
heat. CJIihh. Goodrich, ('arutherbville. j
Ke. (I. P. Crow, piosidin;,r elder,!
preached a ver, yowl sermon at tin
Methodist ehuii'li Sundav niyht. from
the subject. "Lord, what wilt thou,
have me to do." This is Hev. Crowe's
last (iiiarterlv meeting for this district.
A full line of Waltham, Myin, Ham
dun, Sprinulield and Miuth Bend
watches, We limit 1 1 u no '-'nils. Noth
ing but the befit, that hiiH passed in- j
Hpeution at the fictory. ChaH. Good- I
rich, CaruthiTHville. 30
Don't yet alaimed at the ad of Fted
Morgan, which appears in the Herald.
Fied pa,s lor his space, and his busi-1
niss is conducted under the laws ol
Wu are closing out our Columbia,
Victor and Zotioplinne 10 inch reeordH
al 15 emits each. We have 1.000 re
conN in Block. AIho a yood diHcouut
on graphophoucH. Chas. Goodrich,
The "rates to the imblie squaic
should bo made to fasten securely,
alter which Jias been done, the liist
person to leave them open should lie
lee users should yet our coupon
book". .Saves worry and time mak-'
inn oh.inye, avoids mistakes, always i
readv. Terms cash. Money refunded
any time. Books carried on waynn.
Haiti Storage. 30 tf
C. L. Wilson is now incharyo of the
Chatleo Ueview, in connection with
John Hiennan. Jr., and the paper
conns out with quite a creditable show
my. Dob and hePirkinsof ( aruthweie
in Il.ijti .iiind.u.
DO NOT GET
What's the use? The man who runs over himself,
gets stampeded, tears his clothes and pulls his hair every
time the world doesn't wag his way, is making his own
life a failure and the lives of others miserable.
Belter get down to system find the rough places and
keep away from them. This is my motto in business. I
know that kind and courteous treatment, honest goods and
honest prices, coupled with fair dealings, will win out in the
end, and will make my customers permanent.
It's a good thing to get acquainted. Don't limit your
self. The world is large, and people are different. I
would like for you to come to my store and learn my ways
and my prices examine my stock carefully, and I am sure
j'ou will be pleased not only pleased, but that we will be
friends and you will be my customer, and save yourself
much worry. I take care of my customers, because their
interest and welfare is my own. See the point!
LB C AwERILL
OHOOI ROOlQ LEFLEK'S IS THIi ONLY PLACE IN THE COUNTY THAT HAS IN STOCK
OWl iVLu UUUIAO at all times a lull and complete stock ai'Sehool Books and Schoolroom Supplies
( aitci'rs and 'anfoid's
Iilack 2 o. cones
Mark 2 o.. cylindei
Heil 1 o..
Mile 2 o.
Wtiite 1 0..
Iliyyins India Ink i ..
lied Stamping Ink 1 ..
l'a son.s Indelible Ink
Piemiuiu wiitiny fluid, A pt.
I'intH Hie, qiiaitb 7.1c
Mucilayes and Paste
71! (lillerent kindh,
Htylcs and h'ics to hc
led from, lc, ic, 15c, 20c
ami 25c eurh.
ouch pencil tnhletn,
Hiuooth finish, linen
and bond, initial tab
lets with envidopcH to
match. Composition beokn 5, 10, 23c
lc, Ic anil 10c cadi. 50 ililleicnt kinds
to select liom.
Ui-utH All lc
A. W. I-'.ibcr, all niini
beis, 10c, pel doen Sllc
Diawiuj: jiencils and
ciuyon 1 ami 10c jici bo ( 'aipcntei.s pencils, copying pemils, slate pencils,
combination pen and pencils, pen huldcis, etc.
Vest pocket memoranda .1 am! 10c
Laijrc iiieiuoiaiida d, 10 and 21c
liook keiqiiiiK lilunlvH, I.eil(.'ern, Kin(:le and
douhle entiy, 21c to ?!! flOcucli
CliimiN' lumheimens tail) hook $1 00 each
Time hooks, monthly and week I v, 1, )(), lie
TiaininenH lime hookh 10c
Ulailk l5ook, licieipts, Dliiils, Null's, ( ar-
hon I'apei, T)pewiitei l'apei,itc. Stoi k alwas
laiiro and coiuplele.
Slates 1 and 10c. ltnok KtiajiM 1, 10, 21, ,10c
Hook Satchels 10 ami 21c. Sponges 1, 1, 10 21c
Liu sera J and lc. Mackhoaid enibcrH lc oi
fiOi pet do.eil. I'en pointK, encil holduiH.
Tencheis' call bells 21i'. TeachurH' icnisters
ij-1 00. ( leik's rej;iHtiiih y2 CO. Ohalk ciayon
1.1c, 2 for 25c. TyjiewiiHH oil 1 at. 20c. Ink
wellrt, jilasB MV. Pencil bouso and 10c.
?1 00 SI 70, 62 M and T.i 10
Lefler's is the
Complete line of
box papei, ton
faihiinji ol some
ei attiili live de
sinus. The stock
ih vaiied to suit
t h e d i II e i e n t
lastes of oiii cus
l.n useis nt statioueiv aie om leular custom
us. l'ni'e 10, 20. 25,'.I1, 10 and 10 i cut-.
I'sc a lettei Ille around the
home tin keepiiij: valuable
letters, icct'lpts, etc., wheiu
th 'i may be found when need
ed. 21 cents each.
I'atchci'ri masks, baseball ban, catchui's
uutts, tlrsl habein.ui's nuttb, ileldei h gloves,
tlchlei's mitts, toe plati'h, heel ilates, urn
I ire indicatois, score books, ankle supiiort
ci a, hoy's cajih, belts, habehullb, picnic built;,
lubber halls, etc When ymi want any kind
of baseball uuds, think of J.illi-i.
LEFLER'S DRUG STO