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THE HAYTI HERALD
YOL. 2. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1909. NO. 2. TEACHERS' MEETING. TRAIL HURT. p .? i ViL, m HONOR ROLL. Kt Gruel.-. Luther McNeil, Kos Dorris, Linn Pcndergrus. Ora Powell, Nellie Turner, llerince Woiley, Graeu Uowe. Clyde Fields, Dolly Coyle, Holiert Creeley, Hell Heno, Fannie Stimley und Russell Hentiey. 2nd Grade: Grace Cuthey. Ilrd Grade: Dema llr.wint, Stella Dorris, Ruth Snyder, Carrie Snyder, Mary Gordon und Mary Williams. 4th Grade: 0. 5th Grade: Robert Benham. tith Grade: LillieMay Nprayberry, Arthur Gi-ehuin, Nelle Hayes and Ronnie Oates. 7th Grade: Hluir Buckley. 8th Grade: Willard Ray, Mil Fop ham and Richard White. !)th Grade: Hainian ICohn and Vio let Hayes.. 10th Grade: .Tames Oates, and Irene Wells. KniTon's Notk: We see in the above list the names of so many children whose parents are not sub scribers to the llayti Herald that we are going to ask each child to make a special request of their mother or fath er to subscribe for it. These little fellows have manifested such interest in the honor roll, coming to us frequent ly and asking about it, that we think their parents should not force them to borrow it from the other children. Resi les, we are working lor llayti and ior Hayti institutions, und in as much as you share in the, fruits ol our la bor, if you truly have the interest of your town at heart ou will dis charge the duty as a citizen you owe your home paper, tlu,t does so much lor you. Don't forget to hear H. Hugh Smith's illustrated lecture at the city hall on Thursday night, und Pres. W. S. Deurmont's uddress on Friduy night. The people uro invited to attend und be benilltted und learn about school work. This meeting should receive the best efforts of the people of llayti to impress the visitors with our courtesy und hospitality. While out driving Sunday Win. Trail wasi thrown from his buggy and his ankle was badly broken, one bone protruding three inches through the Hush. Mrs. Trail was with him, but had alighted from the buggy on account of the horse becoming fright ened at a moving train. Drs. Crider, Hudgens und Crowe are attending Mr. Trail, and it is hoped he will get along well. Have Your Eyes Tested. R. F. Cannon and J. W. Morris, specialism on the eye, will be in Hay ti Saturday, Nov. (i and Saturday, Nov. 13. Glasses carefully iltted. Of lice next door to J. L. Dorris. 2-2tp Little Miss Lois Willson is now making her home at Kennett, with her sister Mrs. Minnie Davis. The rea son for the change is on account oi the pool- health of her sister, Mrs. Frank Cranford. Lois has not lost a day at school. More room is needed for the teachers attending the theachers' meeting that is to be held at Huyti this week. Those who can offer rooms und beds should see Mrs. Will Morris and Miss Letitia McFarland. Don't be hack ward. Wo want to make the teachers feel at home und impress them with the hospitality of our city. Unterberger Bros, are putting on a big sale, beginning Thuisduy. Rev. Brooks is Hooding the country with circulurs and posters, and some rare bai'gins are offered. They promise to do just what they advertise to do, and we hope much new trade will be brought to Hayti A full line of Wultham, Mgin, Ham den, Sprinufleld mid .uith Rnd watched, Wo handln no 2uds. Noth ing but the best, that bun passed in spection at the factory. Ghas. Good rich, Oaruthersville. 30 Jus. Walker of Benton Mo., father of J. R. WLlkur, the grocery drum mer, fell on the streets at the Cape a week ago Sunday, and broke his hip. He is 74 years old, and the hurt is quite serious. When you sen u crosR mai-k on your paper, made with a pencil, it tells you that your subscription is oir and we ask you to renew at once Not hear ing from you promptly, we will stop the paper. Mrs. Carrie Baldwin und children of Kennett are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. F. A. Mayes. Mrs. Baldwin is in bud health, and comes to place herself under hertuther'scure. Wall paper at LehVr'f. $ $ $ $ DOLLARS COUNT Larkin D. Caldwell, one of the pio neer citizens of Pemiscot county, was in Hayti last week, for the llrst time in thirteen years. ,. Mr. Caldwell noticed many changes many fumliliar faces gone and many new ones to take their places but old scenes appeal to him, und he suys he is coming buck. Ice users should get our coupon I books. Suvob worry and time muk- ing change, avoids mistakes, ulways ready. Terms cash. Money refunded any time. Books carried on wagon. Hayti Storage. 30tf Phino Tisserand, who used to be a Pemiscot country merchant, but now lives in livunsville, Indiana, was in. Hayti last Thursday, representing the Davis Plow Co. I Now is a good time to have the Her ald sent to your friends and relatives. They will enjoy it more than a letter, because it tells all the news. Herbert Long and Miss Eva Phili lips were married ae Braggadocio Sunday morning, Esq. Sam White olliciating. ('hurley Keirser attended from Hayti. i Ladies, you need one of those "Kluselk" , petticoats to give your form that slender effect. J. L. Dorris liaa them In all sizes and colors. 46 I Kohn attended to business at Monette Ark.. Monday, going down Sunday and returning Monday night. He reports business there highly satisfactory. Good, fresh, clean lard for bale all the time at Clms. Morgan's hatcher I shop. -tl i Call for a bottle of Tip" Top, Letup's special brew. Oaruthersville. 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? L. C. AVERILL LEFLER'S IS THE ONLY PLACE IN THE COUNTY THAT HAS IN STOCK at all times a full and complete stock af School Books and Schoolroom Supplies SCHOOL BOOKS I INKS LEAD PENCILS fl Carter's and .anfo.d's mMmmB3GgB IH hS2m "luck 2 oz. cones 5c H MjpjSSft Mack 2 o. cylinders . 5c I M ,k'11 ' oz r,t' M iPtlV Blue li 07. 5c PLIE HflHl H HHH1 Wliite 1 oz. . . . Digging India Ink i oz. . Red Stamping Ink 1 07.. I'aysonH Indelible Ink ... Premium wilting fluid, A pt.. Pints '10c, quarts 75c Mucilages und Paste 10c 25c 25 c: Mr TABLETS 7.'5 difl'erent kinds, styles und sizes to se lect ftom, lc, 5e, 15c, 20e and 25c ouch. Hough pencil tablets, smooth finish, linen and bond, initial tab lets with envelopes to match. Composition books 5, 10, 25c ftu.,.ui.jj jj lc, 5c and 10c each. 50 dill'erent kinds to select from. Heats All .... A. V. Kaber, all num bers, 10c, per dozen 80c Drawing pencils and ciayon 5 and 10c per box. Curpenteis pencils, copying pencils, slate pencils, combination pun and pencils, pen holders, etc. BLANK BOOKS Vest pocket memoranda . . .5 and 10c Large memoianda... . 5, 10 and 25e Hook keeping blanks, Ledgers, single and double iMiliy, . ... .25c to&iOOcuch Climax luinbermenu tally book .. $1 00 each 'I'ime books, monthly and weekly, 5, 10, 15c Trainmen's time books 10c Ulank lionkx, Receipts, Drafts, Notes, Car bon Paper, Typewriter Paper, etc. .Stock ulwas large and complete. fflirii"""wWMiwi . Slates 5 and 10c. Hook straps 5, 10, 25, 50c Book Satchels 10 and 25c. Sponges 1, 5, 10. 25c Krasers 1 and 5c. Rlackboaid erasers 5c or 60c per dozen. Pen points, pencil holders. Teachers' call hells 25e. Teachers' registers 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, W 50 and W 50 Letter's is the place where quality rules BOX PAPER Complete line of! box paper, con sisting ot some verv attractive do- higns. The stock is varied to hiiit the d i ll'e rent tastes of our cus tomers. Particu lar users of stationery are 0111 regular custom ers. Price 10, 20, 25,'H5, -10 and 50 cents. LETTER FILE Use a letter tile around the home for keeping valuable letters, leceipts, etc., wheio thny may bo found when need ed. 25 cents each. r &?"i i Baseball Goods. .latclier's masks, baseball hats, catcher's mitts, first baseman's mitts, fielder's gloves, lleldei's initts, toe plates, heel plates, um pire indicators, score books, ankle support ers, boy's cups, belts, baseballs, picnic bulls, rubber balls, etc. When you want any kind of baseball goods, think of Lefler. LEFLER'S DRUG STORE HAYTI, MISSOURI ffiMmw WTTWm t WTrwTifmiiiT-iiim nm '