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II A YTL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1909.
The Toucher-,' Mcotinifut Ciu-iithei'i- 'Thoimld medal for tln onion tovv
villi' Saturdai, ilic 25, was attended in"' contest, offered b 1'iof. II. L.
by the following: DuviriSon to the pupils ol hK room nt
Misses IOssie Johnson, Flavin Wil- the last term of school lor the largest
lianis, Alice Vin.vuid, Virginia He,- amount of onion sets "frown on 0
nolils, Uuli, Morris. Ilael Miller. , square feet ot "jrouml, was awarded
Rlho) Dunn, Kthcl Arnold, Althea to Miss Bonnie Hart, who produced
Holt, Lorn Kllinrlioiise, Li 11 a North- 11 ounces. I
out, I'uriii' Kldee, Leota Oillilaiu', The iroductinn would have been
t'lella Kerr, Augusta Adams, Alice much renter if the seed had not been
I'ardwell, Letitia McKat'land, Kthcl planted at an unfavorable, time. Her
Dunklin, Vera Smith, Kthol Welih. rather. II. S. Hart, who planted at :i
On u Mni Akin, Mrs. Mar.v Moriisanil nioic favorable time, produced 28
Messrs Krnest Lonj,r, J. C. Mclva.v. A. pounds from the same space of ground.
Rlankenship, Clarence Johnson, hn- This would approximate lO.li.'ili pounds
ther Jiukson, T. 10. Mrodi'rick U. K I per acre, which shows reat jiossibili
Soit, Lueian Rlaekard. O. L. Har- ties for Pemiscot county soil,
yrovo, L. D. Macoin, Frank Dudley,! Hven at the rate produced by Miss
J no. Smith and L. II. Gale. I llart, who is onl, 15 years old and
The programme was carried out in who did her own plantm"', thu pro
order, dilution would be 1,270J pounds per
O. L. llarjjrovo was elected chair- acre, which would not be bad.
man of the ineetiny, Miss Alice Card- Miss Hint is the only one following
well, vice-president an.! Miss Susie
Course of Sudy -Its Use: O. L.
Alternation, by R. K. Seit..
Discussion, by 15. S. Steurns.
Writing, discussed by Mis-. Lora
Drawing, by Miss Vera Sinilli.
Vocal Music, by Miss Alley Card
well. Oratninar, by L. D. Macoin and A.
Lanjfiiane, by Miss Virginia Rey
nolds and Mrs. Mary Morris.
Readinf,' and Discussion of School
Law, by Prof. M. S. Stearns.
I 'luns for Rcudinj? Circle work dis
cussed. Tim meeting adjourned to meet at
Hay ti November 4, 5 and i, as was
voted b the teachers last year.
the contest to a close, and the com
milieu awarded her the metal.
Dunklin Democrat -The St. Louis,
Kennett At Southeastern rail
road completed its extension to 1 i"r,iitt,
Ark.. Wednesday, Sept. 22, l'.IO'.l,
and a train ran to the depot site.
Kennett now has another railroad con- ( nijfht. Subject Sunday nijrht will be
nection. i "Internal Punishment.''
Dunklin Democrat: The two car
loads of machinery tor drilling the oil
well weie unloaded, this week, east of
Cliirkton. and as soon as the derricks
are erected, boriny will be started.
Two professional drillers are there
and thi' contractors have their lamilies
nt Claikton. It would seem that if
tlieieisoil under the surface ot this
ulieady rich country, that we will now
jioon know it. There has been little
said about the prospects, but siirley
the lessees must have laith or they
would not jo to the expence they have
in ffuttiny leases and in brinyin ex
pensive machinery out here.
Rev. T. G. Fallin preached to a
lurjfe and appriciutive audience
at llie Methodist church Sunday and
Sunday nifjlit. He will bein a pro
tracted meeting at P.iscola Monday
niiflit, assicted by Rev. S. I. Younjf ol
the Driifrifodocio Circut. Rev. Fallin
will fill his pulpit Sunday and Sunday
The silica for the Concord and Tlny
ti roads is now Vhu? leceived and
U miles of road will be built, from
the Dowd-Gayoso school house north,
and another mile from the school
house toward Huy ti.
The citizens of Tlayti have raised
about $100 to apply on the work.
This is one of the bet steps ever
taken in Pemiscot county, and it is to
be hoped will lead to something
greater. The value of jjood rouds
cannot be fully estimated.
Scott County Democrat: There was
some question here, as to wheather u
party moving from one school district
into another temporarily would bo en
titled to free tuition in that district.
A decision of the supremo court clearly
settles that matter. (See school law,
bill": pajfe 27.) The court decides:
''Cominjf temporarily within a district
to reside, during- the scholistic year,
for the purpose of sendiny childtento
the school of that district is not al
lowable and the party ho doinj,r is not
entitled to free tuition.
A patch of nice rice lias been suc
cessfully grown near Cliirkton. which
is a further evidence of what can be
done in Southeast Missouri. Good
rice land is worth $75 to $200 per acre,
so it will pay land owners to experi
ment fully along- Oils line.
Rev. S. I. Young1, the new pastor of
the llcaggadooio circuit, came down
Thursday , and went out to Rraggodo
cio to take cliar're of his work.
LADIES: Get to Rose Bryant ('
llayti lor your hats. Thuie you will
find styles and pi ices that can't lu
Of the live yeais I have been in
busi nei-s, none lnis' been so jiioiu
lsing as the piesent season, lilOi).
Come and see. and you will he
plea'-ed. South -Side 1'ub. Equine.
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
accumulate 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?
PLACE IN THE COUNTY THAT HAS IN STOCK
QOUrfcO? ROflkTQ LEFLER'S IS THE ONLY PLACE IN THE COUiMl 1I1AT iia& L MUCK
OtnUUL DUJi0 at all times a full and complete stock af School Books and Schoolroom Supplies
Cai tei'ri and anloni's
Muck 2 ny.. cones 5
Mack 2 o.. cylinders 5
Red 1 o.. n
Mue 2 a.. . "
White 1 o.. . . 10
lliggins India Ink .. 25
Hod Stamping Ink 1 o.. 2."i
I'aysoiiH Indelible Ink 25
Premium vwitinjr lluid, i jit. 25
Tints Ilic, ijmii tH 7iii
Mucilages and Paste
TA diH'ereiit kinds,
styles- and sizes to se
lect from, lc, 5c, 15o,20e
and 25c each.
Rough pencil tablets,
smooth finish, linen
.....I I. -.ml iiiltinl I'lll.
.,,,,, ww,,.., mrrrr
lets with onvulopes to
match. Composition books 5, 10, 25c
lc, 5c and 10c each. 50 dill'oient kinds
to select from.
. Heats All . . lc
A. V. Knber, all nuin
beiH, 10c, per ilo.en hOo
Riuwing pencils and
crayon 5 and 10c pel box. Caipunters pencils, copying pencils, slate pencils,
combination pen and pencils, pen holdeis, etc.
Vest pocket memoranda . 5 and 10c
bin lie nicmoianda . 5, 10 and 25c
liook keeping blanks, l.edeis, single and
double entiy, -25c to :'! 00 each
Climax linnbeiinens tally book $1 00 each
Time hooks, monthly and weekly, 5, 10, 15c
l'lainiiien's time books .. .. 10c
Mnnk Hooks, Receipts, Diafts, Notes, Car
bon Paper, Typevvnter Paper, etc. Stock alvwis lai(,'o and complete.
ItHAIIht S. I14M
Slates 5 and 10c. Hook straps 5, 10, 25, 50c
Hook .Satchels 10 ami 25c. Sponges 1, 5, 10. 25c
Kiaseis 1 and 5c. Mnekbouid erasers 5c or
50c jut doen. Pen points, j'encil holders.
Teachers' call hells 25c. 'leiichers' registers
1 00. Clerk's registers W 50. Chalk ciayon
15c, 2 for 2fic. Tyjievvriier oil 1 o 20c. Ink
vvulls, h1hh 'O Pencil boxes 5 and 10c.
?1 00 1 75, 2 50 and V.i 50
Lefler's is the
Complete line of
box paper, con
sisting of some
very uttnu tive de
signs. The stock
is varied to suit
t h e d i H'e rent
tastes of our cus
lar useis of staiioiieiv are oui tegular custom
(is. Price 10, 20, 2o,':)5, 10 and 50 cents.
L'se n letter file, around the
home for keejiing valuable
letters, icceijits, etc., vvheie
th.iy may be lound when need
ed. 25 cents each.
n i 1 i f i aTTr i
jntehoi's masks, baselMll bats, catcher's
mitts, first baseman's mitts, fielders gloves,
llcldei's mitts, toe jilutes, heel plates, um
pne indicutois, score books, ankle Biippoit
ers, boy's cajis, belts, baseballs, picnic bulls,
nihher balls, etc. When you want uny kind
of baseball goods, think of l.ellei.
LEFLER'S DRUG STORE