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THE HAYTI HERALD.
VOL. II. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1909. N0.1. TO TEST THE SOIL. REV. H. PATTERSON. $m mm- h ' . -j i. A A BASKET BALL. On lust Friday the Ha.vti High School basket hull team played Portagovllle and overwhelmingly de leateil them by the score of 115 2. The Portagevillo team showed a lack of practice and were not uble to either puss or catch the bull, attempting to strike the ball instead of catching it. The llayti boys passed tho ball swiftly and accurately and very seldom fumbl ed, for the lirst game of tho season. All of the boys played excellently and displayed good team work in advanc ing the ball to their goal. In the lirst half John Dorris led in points scored with a total of 14. In the last half Dawson Wells led with 28. llayti. points scored. D. Wells L. P., J. Dorris, R. P., E. .lohnson, (J., S. Gates, L. G., II. Gaither, R. G., PortJigeville. N. Segal. R. P., Wynn, L. P., R. Segal. C, Wenninger, R. G., Edwards, r f, Killian, f. lj,,u- .'14 2.1 II. Krueskoph, graduate of State IJy unanimous vote the Haytt' University at Columbia, is in charge Haptist church has again called Rev. of tho work of making a survey of tho H. Patterson of Portagevillo as its soils of Pemiscot, Co., Mo. lie has pastor. Rev. Patterson resigned his a corps of men under him and will pastorate hero abdut four years ago, take samples from each forty acres of when all the church begged him to land, which will bo sent to tho chemists stay. This time ho can only give half at Columbia and Washington. These his time to Hay tl, but tho church feels samples will bo tested as to what fortunate and congratulates itself on plants they will best produce. Tho securing oven this much of this good information thus obtained will become man's services. He preached excel- ii part of public records and may bo lent sermons Sunday and Sunday obtained free from the department at n'J,,1,li will the old-time ring, to large Washington. und appreciative audiences. This work is being done jointly under appropriation by congress and the state legislature and will, when com pleted, be of vast importance to the Hon. J. J. Russell of Charleston Is a now subscriber to the Herald. Hon. Joe will be down this way before Hon. C. A. Crow, republican congressman from this district, seems sure of the nomination Irom this dis trict as his party's cumulate for tho next term. Charley, as every one knows'him, lias had many misfortunes since his election, loosing his wife, and also tho sight of one eye, which kept him away from his post of duty much of the past session. We think it is only fair that Charley should Lie given another chance by his party, and if elected we are sure his efforts will be spent in the way he thinks is right, lie is a good man, and wo can fellowship with Charley in everything but politics, but while he is in olliice lie is "our'n," too. In reporting the load of cotton the other day that nearly "halved" itself tilts iigures were not correct, as the per cent, of loss had not been deducted. The yield of lint was about usual. farmers who desire to improve their ,ulin' months, ami it is likely he will farms and engage in diversiiied funning. do some good wont for nomination. Joe is an old "war horse, " and it is j only natural that we should love him for what he has done. Protracted meeting at the Methodist church will go on all this week. Two Robert Silvester Murray, a deserter from the regular annoy, who deserted from Pt. Riley, Kas., about a year ago, was arrested by City Marshall have been converted and the church Leller Sunday evening. lie was "hobooing" and called at Mr. Leller's home to beg something to eat. Mr. Leller is accustomed to question such visitors, and the young man confessed. Marshal Leller left with the prisoner Wednesday at noon and will deliver him at.lell'erson Barracks. Geo. Curtner died at Caruthersville revived. The pastor, Rev. T. U. Pal lin, says the boy preachers are doing line, and invites every one to come out and hear them. Andy Hampton of Mack Island brought in the largest load of cotton that has come to Huyti, which he sold for $15i.04. Mr. Hampton has bought a farm near Hayti, and we last Friday and was hurried at Hrag- weicomc him among us. gadocio Saturday, under the auspices ..,,,. ,,,.. .... , ., ,, -11 , ,. . A full line of Waltham, LIgin, Ham- of the Masonic lodge. Mr. Curtner d Springfield and South Bend i was a pioneer citizen and has held watches. We liaudle no 2uds. Noth-1 si'iriil count v iitllces. Altbmurli his imr but the best, that has OUSBed iti- - .. . i MttMi'Mfin ur 1 tiH f:irmrv I Miin. Ijnnrl- M rich, Caruthersville. 30 health has been bad for several years, his death came as a surprise to his many friends. ! We are sorry to leave out tho names of our subscribers this week, but there are so many renewals and new sub scribers coming in that we haven't room to publish them. We thank each one, however, and promise our best efforts to give to them the worth of their monev. R. R. West of Caruthersville was Hayti Sunday. in Tho Jackson Herald boasts of an up-to- date "head-setter." For God's sake, when you get through with him, don't send him this way for a job. Ice users should get our coupon books. Saves worry and time mak ing change, avoids mistakes, always ready. Terms cash. Money refunded any iime. Books carried on wagon. ! Hayti Storage. 30tf Hina Schult, Jr., of Caruthersville, was a Havti visitor Snndav. i' $ $ s DOLLARS COUNT 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? AVE RILL PLIE QOl--JrnF DOiTfcLQ LliFLER'S IS THE ONLY PLACE IN THE COUNTY THAT HAS IN STOCK uuuuvLi uuwixu at all times a full an and complete stock af School Books and Schoolroom Supplies INKS Carter's and Sun fold's Black '1 oz. cones 5r Black 2 ox. eylindeis . 5c Red 1 oz "f Blue 2 oz 5c White 1 oz 10c Higgins India Ink ' oz. 25c Rod Stamping Ink 1 oz. 25o Paysons Indelible Ink 25e Premium writing fluid, A pt Mc Pints !();, quarts 75c Mucilages and Paste TABLETS Din 7!) different klndb, styles and sizes to se lect from, 1c, 5c, 15c, 20c and 25c each. Hough pencil tablets, smooth iinish, linen and bond, initial tab lets with envelopes to match. Composition books 5, 10, 25c: LEAD PENCILS lc, 5e anil 10c each. 50 different kinds to select from. Beats All lc A. W. Faber, all num bers, 10c, per dozen 80e Drawing pencils and crayon 5 ami 10c per box. Carpenters pencils, copying pencils, slate pencils, combination pen and pencils, pen holders, etc. BLANK BOOKS Vest pocket memoranda 5 and 10c Large memoranda 5, 10 and 25e Book keeping blanks, Ledgers, single and double entry, 25c to $.'! 00 each Climax lumhermens tally book. ..$1 00 cuch Time books, monthly and weekly, 5, 10, 15c Trainmen's time books 10c Blank Books, Receipts, Drafts, Notes, Car bon Paper, Typewriter Paper, etc. Stock ulwas largo and complete. Slates 5 and 10c. Book straps 5, 10, 25, 50c Book Satchels 10 ami 25c. Sponges 1, 5, 10. 25c Prusers 1 and 5c. Blackboiud embers 5c or 50c per dozen. Pen points, pencil holders. Teacheis' call bells 25c. Teachers' registers 61 00. Clerk's registers $2 50. Chalk crayon 15c, 2 for 25c. Typewriter oil 1 oz. 20c. Ink wells, glass 10c. Pencil boxes 5 and 10c. Fountain Pens $1 00, $1 75, ?2 50 and .3 50 Letter's is the place where quality rules BOX PAPER Complete line of! box paper, con-J sisting ot some very attractive de signs. The stock is varied to suit the d i ll'e i e n t tastes of our cus tomers. Particu lar users of stationery are our regular custom ers. Price 10, 20, 25," 35, 40 and 50 cents. LETTER FILE Use a letter file around the home for keeping valuable letters, receipts, etc., where thny may be found when need ed. 25 cents each. urnm Baseball Goods. .intehei's masks, baseball bata, catcher's mitts, first baseman's mitts, fielder s gloves, fieldei's mitts, too plates, heel plates, um pire indicators, score books, anklo support ers, boy's caps, belts, baseballs, picnic balls, rubber balls, etc. When you want any kind of baseball goods, think of Letter. LEFLER'S DRUG STORE HAYTI, MISSOURI .. J .j.'j.TK.a. ., t4.-Af.j8tai-,AfcaM.--L, ..