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THE HAYTI HERALD.
VOL. T. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE K), 1909. NO. 33. PROF. H. L. DAVIDSON. THE CLOSING OF SCHOOL It .always nll'oiiis us plcastue to boost a uood man ami rou.st a bud man. 1'iof. li. I.. Davidson, as lie is known to tin- people of Hayli, who closed his school last week, tlniH ending 17 months teaching in our schools, has decided toirivc up tlio profession of teaehini; and entci that ofdenti.str.v. Wu lcjiret mote than we run express the faihne of the .school board and this patrons and pupils to prevail on him to accept the piiucipalship of our school. l'rof. Davidson has pioven himself a most ellicicnt teacher, and has taught two of the most successful schools for us that have ever been taught in our school building. While stiict in de cipline, he is kind and courteous to his pupils, and took much extiulahor oiih work upon himself that his school might piosper theieby. lie has presented no less than lih gold and silvei medals and tropics to the pupils of the school, and the extui ellort and success uained from the win ners thcieof is no doubt beyond calcu lation. He eaily gained the love anil respect of pupils and patrons, and today en joys ihe confidence anil esteem of all who know him. Ah a testimonial of their leganis, v hen school was finished his pupils picscntcd him with a handsome fob chain. 1'iof. Davidson has sacrificed two jeais ol his dental piolession for our school, and after spending the sum mei in the intciest of the Improved Ordei of HeiJ Men as oiganier of Tiibes, lie will entei the Washington 1'niveisity at St. Louis, w heie he will linish his dental eilucution. We are glad to be able to state that 1'iof. Davidson will continue to hold his lesidence in Hayli and will likely pin chase property. Owing to his itenerant woik, be will make llayii his headiuaiters this siimmei ami will move his family here at the end of the 1 i-i til at the I'mveisity. ('onlidentiallv, l'rof. Davidson is a After u most successful tenn of nine months, the hist week of which was the most interesting of nil. l'rof. David son's school came to a elose last Fri dav , with a Stilt, attendance on the last lu,. The rude work continued down to the elose, and resulted in a 05 scholarship for the entire room. Tlio pupils served dinner on the grounds, and a most enjovable hour was spent around the bountiful spread. The pupils surprised their teacher bv presenting him with a most beauti ful present, a gold watch-fob, as a token of love and esteem. The v ear's work was fullv ieiewed, and the honors and medals were awarded, and promotion certificates distributed. Altogether, it was the most inteiest ing and pleasurable last da, ol school that Room o ever experienced. The following are the winners of the various medals and pins, tin-re being main close contests for the various honors: School standing. Irene Kavbuck. gold medal, also Leller's pric, "The Ainerican Girl.'' Scholarship. Win, Lanibdin, gold medal. Composition, 1st, Anna Dunklin, gold me ial. Composition. 2nd. Mamve Welker. silver medal. Attendance, Morio Williams, silver medal. Drawing, Rlanch Underbill, gold medal. Improvement, Ko Ferrell. silver meilal. Methodist and a Republican, which may be explained when we say he keeps out of deep water and came fioiii , Indiana. I lie "is a man of ennsideiable ex,ei- 1 ience, having: bad several years travel in 'Jh stales. Me is an attorney-at-law in Indiana, -mil a Mason, Redman, Modern Woodman, A. t). W. M. and D. of I'. I Oin city is the gamci by Pi of. Davidson's citizenship. STEELE VS. HAYTI. Last Sunday the Steele base ball team came up to Ha.ui. bent on blood and gore galoie -thev weie delegated particularly and exclusively to currj awa.v the scalji of the Havti team, but b.v some process not vet made wholly clear. Steele left a large and healthy hirsute adornment on the Hajti totem pole. In plain Knglish, Steele lo,tto Ila.vti bv a score one to eight, and llujli isn't done pla.ving vet. Thee Havti bovs are lustv fellows and the wav they swatted the ball was I good to look at. and thej weren't no slouches gathering in the rawhide sphere when it came in running dis tance, either However, Steele got one score on errors, and took their defeat good natuerJlv. Steele's lone score came on the 7th. with two clean hits. It looked as though Steele would scene several times, but the fast work of the Havti team cut them oil. Judge .1. S. Gossom eame out fiom Caruthersville Fridav to try Tom Smith on the charge of petit lurcnc.v, who was charged with stealing a small sum from K. H. lOlliston whileworking in his pool room lust .lanuarv. He entered a plea of guiltv, and was lined 1). In process of court, a gambling charge was developed against Smith, to which he also en'i-red a plea of guilty and was lined 2.. Declamation, Itron Hrvant, gold medal. Deportment, Hugh Harbert, silvt medal. Heading. Hlair Huekley. gold pin. HUtorv. Ilarvev Dorris. silvei pin. Arithmetic. Mav 1'opliam, silver pm. l'hvsiolog, Hvron Hrvant, silver pin. Grammar, Honnie Halt, silver pin. Geographv, Kobt. Dowdv, silver pin. Spelling, .lessie Morris silver pin. Writing, Kth'd l'eri.nis. silver pin. Honest effort and application, Willie Cagl , silver pm. WHITE GOODS f . - The finest line of White H I ' J Goods ever shown in Hay- H I VA DON'T BUY I I V's'y) v yu see an nsPect my I I Si XfJl Nl ''ne You will be suited H H IV XtTt'S t, and will save money. flj I 1 1 l'-P I LADIES TRIMMED I I frvV" T HATS 1 I I ' II ' I V Ll Come and See Them. I I l I 'I ! I V-Jf I W I' A DOUGLAS SHOES I l I '1 A I '" fi or Service an Comfort. JH Hi VR '" -r The Shoe to Wear. H fl ff 73 BROTHERHOOD I 1 ;rf (V IT OVERALLS I H h-A I Every Garment Guaranteed H I -IfiDli I ft ou Wear Overalls H H IfintSk' I Try Brotherhood. H mm I groceries I B-l I ee our ar8am ta'e I I 8 f ' or ar8ams fr yur table. I I 'L '? ( W e a'ways ave something H H frMlu to er' Just a tl'e better H I fJEsA anc' a ''tl'e Reaper than H !K yU Can et e'sewnere- H I L. O. AVERILLJ wM HHHHHHHHHRHiHHHBiiHHJJIJHJJJHHHflHH iuir.iiJjtrr -uaJ'.i HBmHIHiayBuEdurrt3dkB-ifi .- 4 .iiwffl BKSl I 8$S&. i X uf,5Sii!S m lu tm iv -jv nK , . T.ii?-? Mw GUITARS &&?&$&. II 12........ !' ii?.U-;l?liil3' i iit"e vj iiiuu m have a mathe matically coirecl linycr-lioaid. Thev aiemace- lul in modid and liave a fai carrying musical tone. Price ft om :;.)() to 58.01" each." Edison Phonographs and Records VIOLINS AND MANDOLINS I'hese liave been selected on account of theii fine tone and musical ijualiiics. Kach Violin has a heavy coid buaid case. Mow included. I'nces fiom 'M'..)ll to 12 (Ml. Mandolins' fiom ; to (!. BANJOS J'iict" liom s;!.i)l) to 64 (10 each. ACCORDEONS From Toe to flLOO eaeh. HARMONICAS Fiom .V to 5 1 .50 eaeh. HAMMOCKS CROQUET SETS "lujuinuiumnuwui" The best goods and the pieltieHl, non-fading culois to be tiiund anvw'neie I'm the money. Com pute them with othcis at the Hume piice. 61 "", .'! (ID, .-jll r0, 1 0(1. ) (Ml, .r .-)(! and Jll (Ml each. fl 0(1, -1 -Si, fl 50. SL' !?i CLOCKS Ibeak o'day alaim eai h -I . Republic ahum 1 I .unii nous u 1 a i m -1 L'5. Aiismiia i cpe.it iiit: alitiin f'2. '. 00. i'J (K) hoi set. Keep voui' mind on I,ollei' (jualitv . It isyood, and we will keep if so WATCHES. Iiif-'cisoll "Yankee" -1 I ncle .Sam l. Ineisoll ".111111111" ' We want vour tuisiness, .mil we can please von. BASEBALL GOODS ( atciiei s masks, baseball b a t , catchc'i's mitts, first baseman's mitts, tieldei's .''oves, fieldel's mitts, toe dates, heel plates uni on e iudicatois score Ipooks, ankle -upponeis, bov's cap-, belts, baseballs, pick nick balls, lilbbei balls, etc. Kiib Kiib Kirli Kiib Kiib I.imi Linn Cent Cent Cin. FISHING TACKLE y hooks 5-0 pei bos of 100 . L'5c v nooks i-u pel hox ol 100 ,H)v y hooks .(! pel box of 100 lirc v I1110KH 10-1) per box ol 100 7ric y hooks 7-8-U-10 ner 100 . 15c lick IniiikH li-0 box of 10(1 nek books K-0 box of 100 nil diauejit No. 1 1 pel 111 1 nil ill aui?ht No. 15 per 141 1 buss, blight, 1 !-'-'( I '-'! pel 100 JWic 50c IK) 0(1 li5c TROLLS AND MINNOWS I Iciiili i iiiopellerH eacli (lasconaile sjioon IioIIh each Hindi Hpinueis No. I! each Unci) Hpiuneis Nos 1 and 5 each llildcrhiaiidl tandem spiuneis each Hildcihianilt plain spiuneis each Hildcrhiandt featheied spiuneis each Dowaiuac minnow 0 hooks each 50c H'c 00c flllc 51c 'Sw :'.5c 75c Dowaiac niiuuovv 15 iiookr each 100 Dowaiiiac iiiiiiuow 15 books ai- tistic ciieli . "5c Ketch-em 15 hooks each . . 50c ricmici weedlcss tndl each -5c I'lemiei Hilled spoon each . ... -He Ordiuaiy fluted spoon each 10c REELS Invincible iHt iiialitv eacli ... Walton, one ol the best made 'J 50 C01W finals e;ich 5 & 0e Tackle buses, sic5sll)J each 1 00 Kisli scaleis each We Tmt Line, Seine 1'wiiieapd Slap'- ini, iiei lb . . . ;i5c I'uiiiisiied lines each 5 A. 10c fish s 1 niseis eacli fi i: We Lines, (.'nod ipialilv cotton 15 fl. ' lot fie Hetter iialily cntton, W (t each 5c liiaided linen, 5(1 ft. spools I'm 15c "ilk caslini;, on spools pel yd. !i, 1 iV fie Japan silk. 10 yd. banks, each Wc SniKerH, lead muall and medium le Sinkers la rue each -Je POLES AND RODS Sampson's jointed steel I'.jft. eaeh Hatnboo jointed ('..ft eaeh Uiiim jointed 8ft. eauh MisaisHippi cane Ihft. each Minnow dip nets eaeh W FIhIi bapH each Iiuclci'I dip nets each Minnow buckets lip. lfie, 'Jqt lip 7fie FniK spears I! prone each Fish speais 1 in 5 pronn each Fish spears 5 in. fi proui; eaeh l'ish R)e us 7 in. 5 prone, each Fisherman's hats each Minnow seius 115 Machine made each :I! W 2 fill We 10c & fiOc. Hfie We We W ' We tide 1 0(1 We .. 50 Minnow seins 4x15 white tied each , S3 50 (.Complete with floats and linkers. We have by far the largest and most complete line of Fishing Tackle in the eitv. LITTLE FOLKS GOODS Toj burden tools, Tops, Marbles, Horns, etc; BICYCLE SUNDRIES Pumps, Inside Tubi s, Hells, Handle Corks, Tire Cement, Wood Him Cement, Rubber Phil's. Valves, etc; Repair Rubber. Mi:nii icii, for mendinp; torn or sunned coodx 10e Mi:NiiiNt, T.fsstT., n houseliold neeessitv fie LEFLER'S DRUG STORE