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THE HAYTI HERALD.
VOL. T. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1909. NO. 46. LOOKING BACKWARD. THE MISSOURI GIRL. ROUND HOUSE STARTED. At tliis, tin beginning1 of another' The MisMiuri Girl contains nil the Near of tin lliiyti Public School, c ! elements that yo to make up an on rccall to inind the Urst graduating joiablo evening's entertainment a exercises of the school, hold in the good, stiong pint, with intensely in- old frame school house-, Friday oven-1 loresting dramatic situations, novel ing, Apill "). 111(11. The Urst graduat ing olitis to ieceie diplomas was coin- posed of Misses Hva Allen, Karl l)or ris, Alma Hullman, Lelitia .MoFai lanil, Jessie Stephens, Hurl Smithur nian, M attic Siuitherman and Sadie Wells, and Mr. Cl.ulo Guin. Judge Sterling 11. MclJarli was principal of the school and Miss lona Adams and Mrs. Anna Dunklin weie the assistant teachers, while the hoard of directors was Composed of Amos Hull man, S. K. Gottings and i i.i... i 1 .i spri'i. uul's, (iumr iuiik-i's, uir rr host scenic and mechanical stage ef fects and the most ludicrous situations ever seen in one pla,. The, company is the pick of the pro fession: no "stieks" to bore ,ou, but every one an artist in his line. This attraction will lie seen at the City Hall. Satiiidai night, Sept. 11. Work was started this week on the election of a round house. Wo do not know just what size, hut under stand it will have live stalls, two wash-out pits and two cinder pits. The capacity of the coal chuto will be doubled. Two miles of side and passing track will ho laid. The old wood platform at the depot Is belli;; removed and tilled with sil ica. The old Ilouck depot building will he removed to the new site and converted into an olllce building. At the meet in;; ol the cit, council Monday night much important busi ness was transacted. The ho;; law Frank Gwin, with H. F. Allen as ordinance was passed, to take elloct clerk. January 1. 1!U. The now i'ue limit The program, of which the Haiti ordinance was passed the second ivad llerald now lias a cop. , was excellent- ni!, and the lighting system was or li rendered, and all ol our citiens dwed moied into the Herald olllce. lelt justly pi oud that our school, had At the meeting Tuesday eiening the established itself as one of the best lire limit ordiance was passed at the in the state. linal reading. S. .1. .lull less was ap- That year the new brick building pointed city attornu.i. was built, and our school has contin ued to grow, until the present build ing, with si" rooms, is not la rye e.i ough. Let each citi.en co-operato with the teachers and the board ol education so that we may, this year, ecjual and il possible surpass the high standard that was set for our school under the On account ol lack of space and ollice help, we hae been compelled to omit tne advertised letters for the postotlice. It is our intention lo make the paper just as -rood as possible, and we are making it just as good as our pationage will permit. Our fellow-townsman II. L. David- inanagemont of .ludge Sterling II. Mc- son received notice last Tuesday of bis Cart! and I'rof. 15. S. Stearns. ('. F. Mercer of Chatlee. was in IJayti Monday night intori iowing the city council on tbo water and light proposition. Allen and Doivis woie appointed the coimnittee to con for with Mr. Meieer on Wednesday of next week, and it is very evident that every thing will bo satifactory. anil that b'e iore many months IJayti will hae electric lights and water woiks. appointment as Slate Organizer for the Improved Order of Ued Men, and will now hae the entire state as a field ol labor. Dunklin Democrat: K. -A. Baldwin came in Sunday from Daw son Springs, where he spent two weeks. Mrs. Baldwin stopped over in Haiti, and will spend a week with relatives theie. Friday nigh' at Caruthorsvillo, .lohn Hay, known as "Coaloll .lohn nie," Hhot and killed Jim Noeley. The killiiiL' omited in .Mi. Hay'b jini di'ii, where Neeley hail gone to moot Mis. Hay. Hay thought at tbo time that ho u an killing a well known druiu inei and meat man, and was ui prised that bis host Iriend, Neoley, should lie the victim, l'uhlir reeling, lioiv eiei, is with Hay, and the coiomlt'h j in y exonerated him. Our ollice is always open to isitois and friends, and uo aie glad to lian them come, but we are lory busy and haio to ioik. and ofeoursGonly have time to doioto to business matleis. So don't think hi.rd of us. Miss Sadie Raymond who for sever- . al years has been thefoioinostcharac-j tor'soubiotto on the American stage, will present Tho Missouri Girl at the i City Hall. Hayli, Saturday night. I Sopteinlier 11. I Wo have prepared and jirinted a lot of oil and gas1 lease fornm, which we will sell at 2 cents each. Herald. I W. F. Uoll, sherill of Way ne coun ty . was m Haiti Monday, having nist .Miss . bailie Kay inoiul and Her elei- been in coinpani with A. . and T. F. or company, will appear in that fa- Montgomery w'ho uic prospietni". moiih comedy The Missouri Girl at the Thei woie well pleased with the coin- t ity Hall Sept. II. tri.' NOTICE. The new art studio will be open on the following days; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Photographs and post cards, made on those days only. R. W. G0N1ON, Artist. DO NOT GET E n t p n 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. Bettei 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 you 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! Lhib W D9 EHILL H QtOWOiOT DOtTiiLQ LEFLIiR'S IS THIi ONLY PLACE IN THE COUNTY THAT HAS IN STOCK v-v-n av-pvu i vvi'VO at au times a full and complete si iplete stock af School Books and Schoolroom Supplies INKS t'aitoi's ami b'anloid'b Hliick - o.. couch fi Hlaek li ().. cylindoih 5 Kcd 1 o.. ... r. Hlue li o 5 While 1 o.. ... 10 I lirizitiH India Ink i w. . L'o Ued Stumping Ink 1 n.. . . L'oi 1'aynonH Indelible Ink 'S Fiemiuin writing fluid, 4 pt. -'.") Pints 10c, iuaitH7ic Mucilages and l'aste TABLETS 7.'i diffuicnt kinds, styles and sUes to bc lect fiom, lc, 5c, 15c, 20( and -5c each. Rough pencil tablets, smooth llnish, linen imrl Imml. ililf till t'llt. v. ' as lets Willi cuvulopcH to match. Composition hookH 5, 10, '25e ' ;tr-'-!ur LEAD PENCILS lc, 5c am) 10c each. CO dillcient kinds to select from. Heats All lc I I -- A. V. Fa her, all num bcrb, 10c, pel ilo.cn Mk Diauint: jiciii'iIh and crayon 5 and 10c per ho CaijienteiH pencils, copyini; Jiencils, slate pencils, combination pen and pencilb, jien holilci.s, etc. BLANK BOOKS Vest pocket memoranda 5 and 10c l.ar'O memoianda 5, 10 and 25c Honk koepinj.' blanks, l.edjjorH, binle and double entiy, LTa' to $'.i 00 each ( Umax luuiheiiiieiib tally book I 00 eiich Time books, monthly and iicekly, 5, 10, 15c l'rainuieu's time bookb 10c Ulank iiooks, KecciptH, Hiafts, Notes, Car bon I'uper, Tyjieivnti'i I'apei.etc, Stock alw as Jaro and complete. I Slates 5 and 10c. Hook straps 5, 10, i'5, 50c Hook Salchelb lOaini 'J5c. .Sjion(;os 1,5, lO.Wc Jii.ibcis 1 and fie. Hlackboatd erabeis fie or 50c poi doen. I'on points, 'cncil holders. Teacheis' call hells 2fic. Teacborb' reenters $100. Clerk's ie;istoiH W 50. Chalk crayon 15c, 2 Jor iTw, Tyjioivri'ci oil 1 o.. t.'0c. Ink noils, Klabh M)c. Pencil boxes 5 and 10c. Fountain Pens 1 00. 1 75, i'2 50 anil H 50 Lefler's is the place where quality rules BOX PAPER1 Coiiijilete line of box piipci, con sibtint: ol' home very attiactive de sijiiih. The tuoek is varied to hint t h e d i ll'o lent tabtes of nui cus tonieis. l'ait icii- lai iibcis of stalioneiv are oiu regular cubtoin i ih. Trice 10, I'd, L'5,";i5, 10 ami 50 eenU. ?9 LETTER FILE Fee a lettei Hie around the home I'm keeping valuable letters receipts, etc., when tlii may he found when need ed. U5 ccntn each. WHp Baseball Goods. (atelier's masks, biibelull bats, catchor'b mitts, iii fat babeiiian'b mitts, lioldei s gloves, lieldei'.s untts, toe plales, heol plates, um pire indicatotb, score hooks, ankle support orb, boy's cajib, belts, bust-hulls, picnic built-, ruhliei balls, etc. When you want any kind of biibcball gooilb, think of l.tilei. LEFLER'S DRUG STORE HAYTI, MISSOURI