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THE HAYTI HERALD
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1009.
Henry Dorteh. one of ITa.Mi's most Resolutions of (Yauthersvillc Lodge
prominent hunters, last week visited No. Hil A. F. - A, .1.
theicinit, of Reeves' waterholo in Whereas, it liiis pleased theSuprcnie
pur-suit of wild turkeys, taking with Architect of the I'nivurse to call from
him siillleient luncheon for the oeca- lahor to rest, our dearly beloved
sion. Alter Mulshing" his noon hour , lirother, (!eorge V. Curtner, who
repast he selected an inviting space died Uctober 2.'!, l'.IO!), therefore, lie it
between two logs wherein to repose. Resolved That in the death of Rro.
his weary limlis and indulge in a si
esta. In the course ol events he was
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Curtner. his family have lost a do-'
voted husband and father, the. Masonic
Fraternity a faithful and useful memher.
and the county an upright and honored !
Resolved: That we tender our
heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved
willow, children, mother, brother, and.
sisters, and lecoimned them to the care
of our Cod. whom lirother Outlier
served and whom he trusted.
Resolved: That a cop of these
resolutions he spiead upon our re
cords, and an engrossed copy he sent
to the family ol our deceased lirother.
i II. ('. Carrett.
Committee Sterling II. McCaity.
1 Charles A. Tistadt.
Last Friday there were nine carloads
of silica in the railroad yards, to he
used on our public roads. This makes
about twenty cars to be received up to
the present, and the people of llayti
and vicinity are putting- up the money
to handle it.
'J'he silica is spread from the Dowtl
oso school house to the Charlie Reed
This shows what can be done when
people get t work in earnest, and if
these roads prove as practical as
claimed for them, the county should
not hesitate to bond itself for silica
roads, and begin the work in earnest.
awakened by a noise, with an oppress
ive sensation on ids chest. Opening
his eyes lie beheld a large turkey
gobbler standing on his breast, in the
act ol peeking a bright metal button
on his hunting coat. Instantly upon
the discovery he leaped to his feet and
made lor his trusty low ling piece
hardby. Then there was a comming
ling of wings about his head and rush
ing ol many black objects through
the air. The peacelulm ss of the silent
svlv.in fastness had suddenly wa.ed
obstreperous, and the goings-on in the
mind of the mighty Nimroil was some
thing akin to choatic. When at last
iUietude was restored, and the gob
bler and his associates wei.- con-.pi.Mi-niis
on account ol their absence, the
great hunter stood hatl"ss. gunless,
alone between the huge logs, wearing
an expression upon his lace which, it
interpreted into language, would, be
dam-it. ' The turkey s. in ohcdicii'v
to a common instinct, had scratched
dirt and debris about so profusely
that the gun of the hunter ban been
Utterly covered up. and upon fnrth ir
examination the "critters" hail eat
en the remaining' luncheon.
NO'l'i:: Since placing the above in
ty pe we received a letter liom Newt
Maxwi 11. telling-his latest ccpericnce.
He was out hunting the other day. and
, becoming tired, lay down to rest, and
went to sleep, and becoming-ii'iitecold
he awoke with a bound, to lind to his
horror that be hail been stripped of
every dud of clothing lett stark nak
ed and his gun was gone. Hearing
something" walking in the brush near
by, he looked and saw a huge bear,
dressed up in hi , clothing, making an
ellort to run. Newt got busy. He
knew it would never do to go home to
his wile in that li., and could he never
lace his neighbors again, so he took
after that bear, and alter about a thiee
mile dash caught him. There was an
awful light, but Newt spar.-d the
bear's life on condition that he would
never try to play that trick again. Had
it not been for this Newt would have
leasted on bear meat that night.
The hunting stories are not over
The latest is the h.int of Prof. II. L.
Davidson. R. W. Ouniin,Roy Ferrell
and lleacl. Dunklin, last Thursday
iilglit. Alter walking ."ilTi miles,
(iunion treed the first coon, which
Davidson succeeded in killing on the
l,117i.!li:Stli shot. A little later on
Roy Fei id) treed two 'possum up the
same tree, and after :;!I!I.5S2,21 shots
Davidson bagged these. Reach Dunk
lin was the next one to bark up a tree,
and 'possum No. :i. iecogniingthcc
cellcnt marksmanship of Davidson,
said: "Hello, Davy, is that youV"'
Dav idson andswered "yes." The poor
'posspin, reali.ing Ids fate, -aid:
"Well, don't shoot. I'll come down."
There were six other boy s in the crowd
but as they did not stay until the hunt
was over their names arit worth
n 1 1 t i i n g.
It takes longer to make mon
ey than to spend it. Every man
should try as hard to save mon
ey as to make it. Saving is to
accumu! ate saving is the key
stone to independence.
Don't forget this point. Your
future depends upon the pres
ent. The dollar saved in your
daily purchases is a dollar made.
To help you save money is my
stronghold in business, for if I
could not aid you I could not
expect your trade.
Come and let's figure it over
and let me prove to you that
this is true. Isn't this fair?
cpunoi DAnie lkfu:r's is run only place in the county that has in stock
uuiivvLi i -s - i . o al all 'limes a full an
md complete stock af School Books and Schoolroom Supplies
C:u tei'.s and S'anlbid's
lllack ' iv.. roue.s .. 5
lllack 2 .. cylindcis 5
Red 1 o..
Illue 2 o,.
While 1 ..
Higgins India Ink o..
lied Stumping Ink 1 o..
l'aysoiih Indelible Ink
Ricmiiim wiitiug thud, 4 !t.
lc, 5c and H'c c ich. 50 dilFeient kinds
to select From.
Heats All . lc
A. W. Fabei, all num
heih, 10c, per doen M)c
Diawing pencils and
ciuyon "i and I Or pel ho ( atpentci.s pencils, copyiuu pencils, slate pencil,
comhiiiati'iii pen and pencils, pen hnldeis, etc.
E Pints 10c, ipiartH 75r
H Mucilages and Paste
I TABLETS i-r-m
Ml ,.'( liillereut kiwis, n MWIllIJ'j
B styles ami sues to "'' H I2)nn,1
lert fiuin, lc, r,c, 5c, 20c 1 P yj
ami 25r each. II O '
Efl Hough pencil tablet, H$m1b$j
H smooth linish, linen I LjJ
H and bond, initial lab-1-,.., J
Wk lets with envilopes to
B match Composition books' f, 10, -'5c
Vest pocket memoi anda .lam! 10c
barge mcmoinnda . 5, 10 and 25 c
Hunk keeping blanks, l.edgeis, single and
double ciiliy, 'J.r)C to ?!! 00 each
( Iiiiiiin liimbeiuicns tally book tflOUeich
'I i ue hooks, monthly and weekly, 5, 10, 15r
Tiaiiiineu's time books . . 10c
Hlaiik Honks lieceiptH, Diafts, Notes, Car
bon Paper, Tyjiewutei I'apei,etc. Stock alw is huge anil completi
SlatcH .r and 10c. linok stiaps ", 10, 'Si, Ah
Hook Satchels 10 ami L'.rc. Sjnmgcs I, .r, lO.L'.'ic
KiiiMUh 1 and fie. lSlackboanl eiasciH 5c nr
fide jiei tinen. Pen points, j encil hohleis.
'J'eacheis' call bells 25c. IimcIicis' icgisleiH
1-1 00. ( leik's icgisiers W 50. chalk ciayon
15c, 2 I'or iTic, Typewii'ei" oil 1 o.. 20c. Ink
wells, ghibs MIc. Pencil boxes 5 and 10c.
5-1 00 1 7"), 2 ')0 and :i 50
Letter's is the
Complete line oft
l)o paper, con
sisting of some
ciy attnii tive de
signs. Tin stock
is vai icil to suit
t h e d i tl'e lent
tastes of oui cus
lar iiseis ol statiuneiv ate mil legulai ciistoiu
us. Pi ice 10, 20, 25,". .5, 10 and 50 cent.
I'se a letter file around the
home I'oi keeping valuable
lettcis. lei'tupts, etc., where
tli y may be fotuul when need
ed. 25 cents each.
latchei's musks, haseh.ill hatA, ratchet's
mitts, first baseman's mitts, fielders gloves,
liclilei 's mitts, toe jilates, heel plates, tun
pne indic.itois, score hooks, ankle suppmt
eis, boy's caps, belts, baseballs, picnic bulls,
lubber balls, etc When you want any kind
of baseball goods, think of l.ullei.
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