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title: 'The Hayti herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1908-1922, May 30, 1912, Image 1',
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AN UNTERR1FIED DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
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COSY CORNER CLUB.
A few of the girls of lluyti
To the Worshipful Mtistor,
have organized a Cosy Corner I Wardens and Bretheni, of Huy-
Club. 'Plie following are their I ti Lodge No. 571, A. P. it A. M.
rules and regulations: Brethern: Your coniniittee on
CONSTl'lVIM )N. j I'osolutions begto submit the t'ol-
Article I. .lowing report:
'Phis association shall be railed I Whereas, It
the Cosy Comer Club, and till j wpiiim Architect, of the Uni
girls over nine years of age and vim-so to call, from labor to rest,
under sixteen shall be eligible tii" dearly beloved brother, John
iuhnittance. ' 'J- Ueliishimitt, who died May
The obieet of this association
Miss Letitia MoFarland, who
has Hnislied her ninth year as
teacher in the primary room of
our public; school, has been elect
ed for next term. She has given
the most universal satisfaction
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ins pleased uie oi imy learner ever employee in
17, Hll -J, therefore be it
Uesolved, That, in the death of
. . . 1! I'd I )il:i-,lnn lit 1 . hi fiiiiiil v 1 1 : i vi
or tlie instruction and . . ...
amusement of its members, and ! U,sl a f L'vo1 hlw,J,lV un" lJ,,,
ther, tin; lodge a laithLul
our .school , and we cannot well
do without her service.
Mrs. W. H. Bolenhas been ill
for several days.
acquiring of good morals, good
manners, and good habits in
A Hide. III.
Theotlicers of the club shall
consist of a president, vice-pres
ident, secretary, treasurer and j
Article 1 V.
It shall be the duty of the
president to preside at the meet
ings of the club and to exercise a
general supervision over its af
fairs. She shall hold her oftice
for a term of two months.
'Pile secretary shall keep a re
eon! of the meetings and all of
the business pertaining to the
club, and shall hold her office for
No member shall use vulgar or
indecent language. No member
shall provoke a quarrel with an
other person but shall do all she
can to prevent unkindly feelings
one toward another. All mem
bers shall obey the president
while in session. Any member
offending against either of the
requirements of this article shall
be liable to expulsion and if in
corrigible to expulsion from the
Any member seen untidy or
biting linger nails is liable to
criticism by any member.
The club room shall be open
vvery two weeks on Monday af
ternoon at -1 p. in., at the home of
Mrs. Will .Morris.
ber, and the community an hon
ored and upright citizen.
Resolved, That we will ever
bear in greatful remembrance
the lldelity with which liro. l)e
lashmutt discharged his Masonic,
pleased the Supreme Ruler of j
the Universe to call from our
midst our dearly beloved Neigh
bor John L. Delushmutt, who
died May 17, 15)1 'J, therefore lie it
Resolved, That in the death of
Neighbor Delashmutt, his wife
h is lost si devoted husband, the
campan obedient ;md useful inein
duties, and will try to imitate )( aml th(; (,mnmmity !m llon
his devotion to the grand princi
pies of our fraternity.
Resolved, That we tender our
heartielt sympathy to the be
reaved widow and sister, and
commend them to the care of
that God whom Uro. Uelashmutit
served and in whom he trusted.
Resolved, That a copy of files
ored and upright citizen.
Resolved, That we tender our
heartfelt sympathy to the be
reaved wife and sister and re
commend them to the care of our
Kesolved, That a copy of these
In the proper column this week
you will find the announcement
of T. E. (Toad) 13aird us a candi
date on the democratic ticket, for
associate judge of this, the first
As Mr. Haird hsis lived in this
county for 12 years, sind in South
east Missouri since he came here
a boy from Kentucky, no intro
duction from us is necessary, as I
he is well and favorably known
to our people.
' He is one of our most progres
sive farmers, an honest citizen,
and has the best interests of the
people at hesirt, and. being a man
of intelligence sind the courage of
his convictions, will, if elected,
be si nisin to depend upon for a
fair deal and si square deal.
Mr. Biiird asks the people, to
carefully consider his claims sind
to remember him at the polls.
At a meeting of the directors
of the Citizens Bank a few days
ago, oflicers were elected as fol
lows: Clel Tindle president; F.
M. Perkins, vice-president; A. J.
Dorr is, Guy Sanders, .1. S.
Sturm, P. M. Perkins, Clel Tin
die, directors; C. J. Provine,
cashier. This gives the bank
a very strong and efficient man
agement and one that is sure to
take care of the business.
resolutions be spread upon our
resolutions be spread' upon our records, a copy be furnished the ?
records, an engrossed copy be ni,.V" "-' "". ami si copy sent to
sent to the widow of our deceas- t,he wile of our deceased neigh
ed brother, smd si copy furnished uv- "sl.V -'. 15)1:!.
the Hsiyti Herald. May is, l'll-J. j .1. M. Hyrd, )
W. A. Allen. I omiiiiU.ee.
John T. Buckley. I office.
J. W. Mills and daughter,
Miss Anna, of Moscow Mills,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Gibson this week. Mr. Mills is
the son of Mrs. Gibson and has
not seen his mother in several
years. Aliss .Mills will spend
summer with Mrs. Gibson.
Prosecuting Attorney .7. S.
Deputy Sheriff John Barnard
came up from Steele Thursday,
on his way to Caruthersville,
from which pliice he intended to
go to Fsirmington for treatment.
In answer to a message from his
friends he was met sit the depot
by Marshals Dewey and Snyder
and Marshal Snyder accompa
nied him to Caruthersville. He
was accompanied to Fsirming
ton by Constable Hammie Smith
of Cooter. His friends hope for
his speedy recovery.
On Wednesday of hist week,
between Blytheville and Hayti,
the Frisco passenger No. OG
made about 70 miles per hour,
covering "2.i miles in 23 minutes
and stopping at the Steele and
OUR NEW PRESS.
On nccount of being crippled,
and some parts of our newspaper
press being lost in transports
tion, it may be several weeks yeb
before we can get the press in
operation. O. N. Watts, the
Frisco agent, informs us that he
is using his best efforts to trace
and locate the missing parts,
but as yet has met with no suc
cess. We. need the services of
this press, and, of course if the
missing parts do not arrive soon,
we shall have to order same from
the factory at the expense! of the
railroad. We are sorry for the
delay, but it is not our fault.
The school picnic on the school
grounds Friday was si success,
but no one has thought it of suf
ficient importance to give us the.
particulars. It was the last day
of school, and there being no
graduates, the event was cele
brated with a big dinner. We
understand there was plenty to
eat, plenty of ice cream and
lemonade, and that basket ball,
races and jumping, with hand
some premiums, furnished the
Frsiternally submited, I
I). M. Ra., !
A. O. Allen, ,- Committee.
L. L. Leller. )
To the Venerable Consul sind
Neighbors of Hayti (Jump No.
5).-)07, M. W. A.
Neighbors: Whe.'-eas it has
Gossom was in Hayti Tuesday, Blazier crossings. This goes to
looking after the duties of his prove what we may later expect
i of the Frisco.
Mesdames ,7. L. Dorris, Sr.
and Jr. and Harvey Dorris mo
tored over to Caruthersville Fri
day night, to attend the Wicker
Any member divulging the
pass word or any of the secret
work' is subject to exclusion.
Tt is the duty of each and every
member to be willing to receive
the poor Or suffering if in their
power, and to respect old age.
This constitution may be alter
ed or amended by si vote of two
thirds of the members.
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and it is time to
yet busy buy
seed, etc., and
prepare for a
bumper crop. If
you want to save
on these purchas
es yet a viyyle
on and don't stop
Dry Goods, Groceries.
and all that yo to make up a yeneral
store will be found at our place, where
the price and quality is always right.
BOUT GRAPE JUICE; ask him if he doesn't think it would prove beneficial in the sick
room? When the stomach is weak and a thirst to be quenched it is very hard at
times to find something that will do this and at the same time have beneficial effects
in toning up the the stomach and system generally. The doctor will say, "Grape
Juice is what you need."
BUT be careful as to the kind you get. LIGGETT'S GRAPE JUICE, the kind we have, is
unfermented; juice prepared from the finest grown grapes, healthful, tasty, delicious, and made to
please any palate and quench any thirst.
Serve it when you have company, serve it at meal time, serve it in the sick room, or drink it at
Quart Bottles 45c Pint Bottles 25c
Half Pint Bottles 15c Four Ounce Bottles 10c
They are Cold, They are Clean, They are Pure.
That's what our customers say when they have visited some other place and come back.
That's what the other fellow's customers say when they come here and drink at our fountain. We
have practically all the fountain business in Hayti. We have from the beginning served the very
highest grade of Fruits, Syrups, Ice Cream and other fountain supplies that we could buy.
Cleanliness, prompt service and courteous treatment is our aim. If you do not get all this and
more at this store, please tell us where we can improve.
"If You Are Not Our Customer Now, You Will Be."
LEFLERS DRUG STORE
HAYTI, - MISSOURI
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