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THE HAYTI HERALD.
HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1909.
Pemiscot Co. Teachers' Ass'n.
Hajti, Missouri, November 4, 5 and 0.
Thursdav A. M.
10:00 to 11:00, Opening Session. Or
ganization, welcome address, response,
announcements and outline of work.
11:00 to 11:45, Hound Table, b. ic
presentative of the Normal. Talks
and questions on the eourse of studv.
Thm-bduj P. M.
1:15 to 2:1.3, Heading Circle Session.
"Class room management," discussed
by J. A. Arnold, Althea Holt and A.
P. Kersey. Chan. XII. Aliee Vin-
jard, V. 14. Webb ami i:Ssie John
son. 2:15 to :t:00, Illustrated lesson in
:i:00 to .'5:45, Round Table on "Course
of Studj," by Normal representative.
7:."10, Illustrated Lecture by 13. Hugh
Smith of Scott countv.
Friday A. M.
0:00 to 1:00, County Graduation
Session. Articulation of common
schools with high schools, etc., Profs.
11. E. Seiu and Killian.
10:00 to 10:45, Illustrative Lesson in
Arithmetic and discussion of same,
discussed b, Anna Malone and Ethel
H:45 to ll::t0, Hound Table, b re
picentative from State Department.
Fridaj P. M.
1 :.i0 to 2:15, School Improvement
Seion. What itnntovemeiits need
ed: how yet them; how interest the
punlic, etc., T. U. Htoderick, Ethel
Di nn, Lila Norllicut and .1. F. Lane.
L. 15 to .'1:00, Illustrative Lesson in
Geographj and discussion of same.
Discussed by Susie Elder, L. Rlaok
ard and Rub. Morris.
:i:00 to :i:45, Course of Studj, by
Normal or Stale representative.
Saturday A. M.
0:15 to 10:15, Rui'lding and Grounds
Session, (a). Means and methods
of improving school buildings and
school grounds, J. A. Combs, Clella
Kerr and J. C. Jones, (b). Indus
trial features, agriculture and school
gardening, R. H. Emberson, universi
Teachers are urged to attend this
meeting. Be present at every session.
You receive jour salary for attend
ance. Your certificate will not be reissued
if j on do not attend. It is for theeci
fication of the teacher that the State
urges such meetings, and v our attend
ance. Pations and directors aiemost
cordiallj invited to attend.
13. S. Stkakns,
Co. otipt. of Schools.
A Social Gathering.
On last Friday Miss Letita McFar
land entertained a party of friends.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Majes, Misses Ethel Dunk
lin, -Joe Minick, Ada Dorris, Lora
Ellinghouse, and Ila.el Mijler, and
Messers l". P. Wells, Llovd Maconi
and O. L. Hargrove. The party spent
a most delightful and enjojable even
ing playing social games. The most
tempting delicacies and refreshments
were served, after which an orignal
and very interesting guessing contest
was engaged in. The first prie was
won bj Miss Lora Ellinghouse and
the second prb.e by Clarence Majes.
Stabbing at Hayward.
Preston Pitts, who lives near Coweo's
mill, was stabbed lastThursdaj night,
while attending a motion picture show
at Hayward, v Will Hicks. The
cause of the trouble cannot bo learned.
Pitts and familj weie roturninf. from
Caruthersville and stoped at the show
where the trouble occured. The knife
penetrated the liver and the wound is
quite serious. Dr. T. J. Trautmann
was called to attend the wounded man.
Protracted meeting will begin at the
Methodist church next Sundaj. Sub
ject for 11 o'clock, 'Hindrance to
Revivals," and at night "'The Wav to
Secure Revivals." Prof. J. C. Me
Pheters of Oran and T. E. Smith of
of Charleston will assist Pastor T. G.
Fallin in the services. The pastor
cordially invites every one to attend.
Chas. Morgan and family left Wed
nesdaj for a visit to Mrs. Morgan's
grand parents and relatives at Gentry -ville,
Ind. Thej' expect to be gone
about a month. Pi of. H. L. David
son will accompany them from Caru
thersville. where thej will take the
boat, to New Madrid.
I'nterberger lirothers of Flat Rock,
111., me opening a store in the Frank
lin block. The new store will i lie
known as the "Leader." and will ear
rj a line of gents' and ladies' furnish
ings. They will be open for business
by Saturdav. We hope this new linn
will do well and that the town will
piolit by their coming.
Postmaster Gullj has added a new
section of improved automatic lock
boxes to the P. O. and made other im
provments. The new boxes are the
Miss Hurtha Frick of Hellville. 111.,
is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Frick at this place, and
her cousin. Mrs. Johnnie Clemens at
Culpepper and Dever have moved
their jewelry store to the southwest
room of the city hall, where they
have a handsome line of goods, well
displajed. They have a nice room
tor business, and their goods show off
well. Mr. Dover is well known at Ca
ruthersville, having worked for some
time at that place.
The Hajti Real Estate Co., through
its attornej, 13. L. Gulfj, sold the
unver k .LiUien iwu actes in section
.'52 township 1!), N. It. 12 E.. to J.
Hubert Rust. Consideration 25 per
acre. Mr. Rust vviH rent or purchase
property and live in llrjti and im
prove his property.
This week Miss Ronnie Hart re
ceived a most beautiful medal, suit
able engraved, as her reward in the
Prof. II. L. Davidson Onion Growing
i Contest. Miss Bonnie is only 12jears
old, and is justly proud of her success.
A. W. Creath of Flat Rock, 111., is
visiting Peter Williams and Henrj
Clajton. He is at nesent with LTn
i Granite (Okla.) Enterprise: Mrs. R.
j G. Sandidge returned this week from
' a pleasant visit with relatives and
friends in Missouri.
' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sullivant re-l
port the arrival of a new boy at their
j home Sunday afternoon, Dr. F. A.
j Majes attending.
County Superintendent of schools,
I 13. S. Stearns, makes the seventh per
son to renew his subscription for an
other j ear.
Mrs. W. O. Funk, who has been!. l1 1?'1. ls " tn. .Honor ro I,
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I "living pain ins sunscnption lor tne
J. Utley, letuined to her home at Cin-, second jear.
cinnatti Saturdaj. . , ,. , , , ., ,
Mrs. Emma Hudson and children of
Esq. F. M. Gwin, who is also police Tyler are visiting iclatives in Hajti
judge, is among those whose subscrip- this week,
tion is paid up for the second vear.
, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. York of Caruth-
Dr. Crider was ill last week. ersville visited in Hajti Sundaj.
$ $ $$ $
It takes longer to make mon
ey than to spend it. Everyman
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?
QPWnni RnnWQ leflers is the only place in the county that has in stock
OOIIVvL OUUr0 at an times a full and complete stock af School Books and Schoolroom Supplies
Carter's and Sanl'oid's
Hlack 2 o.. cones 5
Mack 2 o.. cylinders. 5
Red 1 o.. . .'
131 ue 2 oz. . ..5
White! o. 10
Higgtns India Ink oz "2h
lied Stamping Ink 1 oz.
Paysons Indelible Ink ...
Premium writing fluid, j pt.
Pints 40c, quarts 75o
Mucilages and Paste
73 different kinds,
HtyleH and sires to se
lect from, lc, 5c, 15c, 20c
and 25c each.
Rough pencil tablets,
smooth finish, linen
and bond, initial tab
lets with unvolopes to
match. Composition books 5, 10,
crayon 5 and 10c per bow
combination pen and pencils, pen holders, etc
lc, 5c and 10c each. 50 dillerent kinds
to select from.
Beats All lc
A. W. Faber, all num
bers, 10c, per doen 80c
Drawing pencilb and
Carpenters pencils, copying pencils, slate pencils,
Vebt pocket memoranda . .5 and 10c
Largo memoranda... . 5, 10 and 25c
Book keeping blanks, Ledgers, single and
double entry, . .. ..25c to &1 00 each
Climax hunbermens tally book 1 00 ench
Time books, monthly and weekly, 5, 10, 15c
Trainmen's time books 10c
Ulank Hooks, Receipts, Di lifts, Notes, Cnr-
bon l'uper, Typewriter Paper, etc. Stock alwas huge and complete.
Slates 5 and 10c. Hook straps 5, 10, 25, 50c
Hook Satchels 10 and 25c. Sponges 1, 5, 10 25c
Erasers 1 and 5c. Ulackboaid craters 5c or
60c per doion. Pen points, pencil holders.
Toacheis' call bells 25c. Teachers' registers
$1 00. Clerk's registers $2 50. Chalk crayon
15c, 2 for 25c. Typewriter oil 1 at, 20c. ink
wells, glass 10c. Pencil boxes 5 and 10c.
$1 00 $1 75, VI 50 and M 50
Lefler's is the
Complete line ofl
box paper, con
sisting ot some
very attractive de
signs. The stock
is varied to suit
the d i II e r e n t
tastes of our cus
lar users ol stationeiv are out regular custom
ers. Price 10 20, 25,'H5, 40 and 50 cents.
UbO a letter file around the
homo for keeping valuable
letters, receipts, etc., where
thny may be found when need
ed. 25 cents each.
catcher's masks, baseball batd, catcher's
mitts, first baseman's mitts, fielder 8 gloves,
fleldei's mitts, too plates, heel plates, um
piie indicators, score books, ankle suppoit
on, hoy's caps, belts, baseballs, picnic balls,
rubber balls, etc. When you want any kind
of baseball goods, think of Lellcr.
LEFLER'S DRUG STORE