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HAYT1 SCHOOL NOTES.
U. ' Superintendent.
The attendance is bettor than
it has Ihhjji for two weolcs.
It is estimated that each school
day as an average is worth about,
ten dollar to the pupil. This
estimate we think is too conser
vative. Nil consideration in this
matter is given to the satisfac
tion, convenience and happiness
in life, conditions in life which
education gives that can never
he valued in dollars and cents.
A boy or girl may miss school
and earn a pittance of money
which may go Troiii them, but
should they acquire an educa
tion it will always stay with
It behooves everyone connected
with school work to do their
whole duty. Are we doing our
"Ocassionally it rains." but
smiling faces makes sunshine on
1 he cloudiest days.
Recent visitors at school: Mes
dames .Jettie Sturm, M. M.
Cunningham; Messrs. Geo. V.
Davis, Various Oates, Julius
If our readers will give us the
names of their friends and re
latives who are far away, or suf
ficiently far that a letter from
home would be enjoyed, we will
send them a Herald, now and
then. We know they will enjoy
the paper, and the next time you
get a letter from them they will
tell you how much more they
learned from the Herald than
they learned from your letters.
Bring in the names of your
distant friends and relatives and
help us make up a list. We will
send them a sample copy abso
lutely free. tf
All the best and latest in drinks, at
KYed Morgan's saloon. Or if yon
wnut whiskey, wine or lieer for your
family or for medicine, the stock is
l&rtfe and you can get what you call
THE STATE NORMAL.
This has been Southeast Mis
souri Normal School's most
prosperous year. The increase
in attendance was 19.3 per cent
over last year.
The Cape Girardeau Normal
School opened the second term
of its most prosperous year.
The total enrollment last year
was 1(X)1 and the indications are
that it will reach at least 1250 or
1300 for the present year
which will be the high water
mark for the big Southeast Mis
souri educational institution.
The enrolment to date is 051, as
compared to 797 for the corres
ponding time last year, or an in
crease of over 19 per cent.
Excellent courses are being of
fered for superintendents, prin
cipals and in all grades of
schools high schools, graded
schools and rural schools. An
excellent agricultural short
course for farmers is now in
progress. The second short
course for farmers will open on
February 3rd, and the regular
spring term will begin March
11th. There is no question but
that the entry from now until
the close of the year will be
much larger than that of any
previous year. Students may
receive a free catalogue by writ
ing W. S. Dearmont, President,
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
The following students have
enrolled from Pemiscot county
since Sept. 10, 1912:
Nola May Grinstead, Bessie
Edna B. Merrill
Ruth Sanders, Ruth Irene
Smyth, Mattie Bell Walker,
Gladys Pearl White, Emily Vir
ginia Orton, Jeannette C. Powell,
Dollie May Miller, Myrle Ed
wards, Samuel Warden Sharp.
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PECIAL OFFER FOR JANUARY
A $7.50 Brooder For $6.00
The American Receptacle Manufacturing Company of
Mountain Grove, Missouri, has decided to make a SPECIAL
OFFER on their Fireless Folding Sanitary Mtooder No. 1, for
the month of January, l'.H.'t. This oiler is made in order to yet
a limited number of Hrooders in use in each eountv in the Poul
tr yrowiny sections, and holds iroodonlv for the month of Jan
uary, 10 IX
If yo.i are raising Poultry and want PROTECTION in
jour business which (f course on do -jou can't allord to miss
thh opportunity of securing a Scientilic P.rooder, one that will
iv jou more Protection and LAST LONGER than any Brood
er on the market today.
REMEMBER, This Brooder is recommended and used bv
the MIS.SOl'Rl STATU POULTRY EXPERIMENT STATION,
wl.ich alone is a sullicient Guarantee as to its merits, and ef
llcieney. REMEMBER TOO, that this Rrooder is sold strictly
on it i merits, and after you have used it
Sixty Days, Sixty Days
and find it is not satisfactory. ou can return it to the Factory
at Mountain Grove, and GUT YOl'R MONKY" RACK. Is not
tin-, a FAIR ollei V Then again, our guarantee means more to
our future business than the price of several hundred or een
thousands of Brooders, as we are building up our bushiest, on
the merits of our goods. This llrooili-r, when compared with
the ulue in other Brooders is, well worth 1(10.00, our regular re
1.1 il price is onl 7. ."(), and as a further inducement wo will ship
1111 one of our No. 1 Brooders during this month (Januan ) for
Hoping to receive your order at once for one of our No. 1
Fin-less Sanitary Brooders, we bu' to remain
Y'ours verv truly,
American Receptacle Manufacturing Co.
.laimarj 1st. HU.i. Mountain Grove, Missouri
No Money Required.
In a recent article comment
ing on the efforts of various or
ganizations to secure free puhli
city, an Illinois editor made the
statement that it took money to
run si newspaper. Many other
editors are laboring under a sim
ilar delusion, and for the bene
fit of tins class, Thomas W.
Mayo, publisher of the Record,
St. Anne, 111., pens the follow
ing: It takes money to run a news
paper? What an exaggeration.
What a whopper. It doesn't
take any money to run a news
paper. It can run without
money. It is not a business ven
ture. It is a charitable institu
tion, a begging concern, a high
way robber. The newspaper is
a child of the air, a creature of a
dream. It can go on and on and
on, when any other concern
would be in the hand of the re
ceiver and wind up with cob
webs in the windows.
"It takes wind to run a news
paper; it takes gall to run a news
paper. It takes scintillating,
acrobatic imagination, half a doz
en white shirts and a railroad
pass to run a newspaper. But
money, heavens and six hands
around, whosoever needed
money to conduct a newspaper?
Kind words are the medium of
exchange that do the business
for the editor kind words and
church social tickets. When
you see an editor with money,
watch him. He'll be paying his
bills and disgracing his profes
sion. Never give money to an
editor. Make him trade it out.
He likes a swap.
"Then when you die, after you
have stood around for years and
sneered at the editor and his
little Jim Crow paper, be sure
that you have your wife send in
for three extra copies by one of
your weeping children, and
when she reads the generous
and touching notice about you,
forewarn her to neglect to send
the editor fifteen cents. It would
overwhelm him. Money is a cor
rupting thing. The editor
knows it, and what he wants is
your heartfelt thanks; then he
thanks the printers and they can
thank the grocers. Give your
job work to a traveling man, and
then ask for half rates for
church notices. Get your lodge
letter heads and stationary
printed out of town and then
Hood the editor with beautiful
thoughts in resolutions of re
spect and cards of thanks. They
make such spicey reading, and
you are so proud of your local
paper when you pick it up tilled
with these glowing mortuary ar
ticles. But money scorn the filthy
thing. Don't let the pure, inno
cent editor know anything about
it. Keep that for sordid trades
people who charge for their
wares. 1 lie editor gives his
bounty away. The Lord loves a
cheerful giver. He takes care of
the editor. Don't worry about
the editor. He has a charter
from the state to act as door mat
for the community. He will get
out a paper somehow; and stand
up for the town and whoop it up
for you when you run for office.
Don't worry about the editor
he'll get on. The Lord knows
how -but somehow."
The Electoral Vote.
The "electoral college" is one of
the myths of politics. There is
no such body, no "college"' at all.
The popular belief is that the
presidential electors, chosen in
November, meet in the City of
Washington, and being solemly
convened and brought to order,
cast their states' votes for the
presidential choice. But in fact
the meeting of the electors is
purely a state affair. There is
no convention of the. whole in
satisfaction tho druggist will rotund
your money with a smile.
If you buy a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone for yourself or your chil
dren, you have intuued your family
relief from attacks of constipntlon,
biliousness, lazy liver and headache.
It is as benellcial and safe for chil
dren as for adults. A bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone s something every
man or woman should keep in the
house. Your money is safe because
you cun return the bottle if it fails to
Order of Publication.
Everybody who uhi'b whiokey
flhould une tho bent. It is not an like-
Washington. K1e.l1 state holds a ly to make you drunk, leaven no bad
"cnllixr,." nf it ,,.vn ... ,,,,,, i,,fi effect, In better for .vour health and
college ot Us own. .itlemiett 1 wi nmkt)you fee good. You enn
only by its own electors C on-, tt it at Fied Morgans Saloon,
gross bus fixed tin date of these I
small meetings tor the second
Monday in January, thus obviat
ing any possible difficulty that
might arise from delay in a di
versity of dates.
No method of organization is
prescribed by law for these
electoral meetings, but prece
dence and common sense dic
tate the election of a chairman,
who sees that the votes are cast
County, Missouri, and returnable to
tho November term; that said sum
mons has been returned by tho shcrlfT
non est. Thereupon plaintiff is grant
ed leave to amend her petition, by al
leging that the defendant is a non
resident of the Stato of Missouri, so
that the ordinary process of law can
not be served upon him within this
Whereupon It is ordered by tho
Court that said defendant be notilled
by publication that plalntilT bus a suit
against him in this court tho object
and general nature of which is to dis
solve the bonds of matrimony existing
between said plaintiff and defendant
on the grounds of desertion and gen
And unless the said Henry Krje bo
and appear at this court, at the next
tortn thereof, to bo begun and holdnn
at the courthouse in the City ot ':)
Hithnrssillo, in the .iul counl, on
tin 17th da of rVbrnnr nt, and on
-0 1 or before the lirM day ot the said
j term, unless further hum bii granted
1 t the Court. iin,r m' demur to tin
j petition in said cmnc, the same will
ie laueii as coniesscu ami jiingmeiu.
will he rendered accordingly. And it.
is father ordered that a copy hereof
lie published according to law, in the.
STATK OF MIKSOl'Rl, )
t"'oiiiU of Pemiscot. JT ""
m ln M'A',.. 0UU -m"''' 1,l"'ll,"'.M Hay ti Herald, a newspaper published
T( ' .1 in bind ( oimly of PomiM'nt, lor four
Court Record. Nnven.tmr Term. I'll-'. I "' "reesM vely. published
Mondsiv the l.ith ila of the Term and '
the 2nd day of December. t!U2.
in an orderly manner. Three
copies of the votes are then made
and after proper certification
two are deposited in the stato
archives and the other is sent
to Washington by a "messen
ger," this messenger as a rule
being the elector who led his
ticket in the November election.
After the state meeting the
other electors have no further
place in the public picture.
The various messengers meet
in Washington on the second
Wednesday in February and pre
sent their sealed missives to a
joint meeting of the house of
senate, called for this purpose.
The president of the senate
opens and counts the votes and
announces the result, taking the
states in their alphabetical order;
and the great work of choosing
ft president is at an end.
The various state meetings
are called an electoral "college"
purely through habit and cour
tesy. Compared to a "college"
they come nearer being state
Lucy Frje, Plainlill,
Henry Frye, Defendant.
Now at this day comes the plaintiff
herein by her attorneys Gossoin &
YVilks, and informs the court that a
summons issued by the clerk of this
court on the tltli dav ol August, ill 1 2.
directed to the .sheriff of Pemieot
once each week, the last insertion to
be at least fifteen das before tho I'iM.
daj ol said next February Term of
E. S. TIuitmax, Circuit Clerk.
A True Copy from tho Record:
Witn'HSS my hand and seal of tho
Circuit Court of Pemiscot County, this
the 23rd day of December, A. I)., 1U12.
seal E. S. Huffman,
8-4 Circuit Clerk.
Lumber you certainly want a
good grade and quality and
full measurement. For your
building we suggest that you
use Yellow Pine for the light
work and native stock for the
heavy work. We buy our
heavy stock right here
CALOMEL IS UNSAFE.
Local Druggist Who Sells Dodson's
Liver Tone Guarantees It to Take
the Place of Calomel.
f your liver is not working just
right, you do not need to take a chance
on getting all knocked out by a dose
of calomel. Go to L. L. Letter,
who sells Dodson's Liver Tone, and
pay 50c cents for a largo bottle. You
will get a harmless vegetable remedy
that will start your liver without vio
lence, and If it does not give complete
Lumber that is of a good qual
ity and accurately sawed. All
of our lumber is dry, too. We
also have good shingles, and
can supply you with either
Crpress or Red Cedar. When
you need any building ma
terial be sure to see us first.
JITTLE pIVER JUMBER QO
Hayti, - Missouri
Lock Box 23 Telephone 17
SPENCER & STUBBS
NO-CHAPS FOR BAD CHAPS
IF YOU HAVE CHAPS, USE NO-CHAPS
No prescription too large, too
small or too difficult to
be properly com
No-Chaps is the Best
For chapped hands and face.
Sold only at this store.
Good for men, wo
Paints and Oils, Glass,
We have a select line, in
cluding brushes, putty,
' glue, etc.
DR. TRflUTMANN'S DRUG STORE, HAYTI
New goods, fresh from the
market, and up-to-date. The finest
line of ginghams ever shown in
Hayti. All we ask is your inspec
tion. Won't you come and see?
Self Rising Flour
Something just for you.
Better than any known way of
making biscuits light, sweet, deli
cious. No sour milk or soda. One
trial will convince you. Fully guar
anteed. Try it.
is one of our new lines.
Call on us for prices. We also have
pump pipe and pitchers and many
other articles. Let us figure with
you on these lines.
is Roberts, Johnson & Rand.
Not old stock old, rotten leather,
but just from the factory and full of
life and wearing qualities. You
have only to test them to know
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