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THE HERALD, HAYTI, MO.
The Winter season will be hard on your car at best.
Prepare it to withstand the strain of bad roads by hav
ing us properly adjust all of the working parts.
Continual U3e jars many bolts and screws loose, and if
not adjusted they soon produce serious defects, and
YOU WONDER WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOUR
We Sell the Best in
GAS, OIL AND
THE HAYTI HERALD
run hicuam) I'lti.vrixcj co., ruin-.
O. POPHAM, IMItor
Published Weekly, nn Thursdays, ut
Corner Fourth and liro.-ulwiiy Sts.
Hntciud an siM-ond-uliiHH tunttur Oct.
30. 10(18, at the imHtolllcu (it llnvti, Mo.,
under iho net of March n, 187ft.
(Illli'lnl .NcuNimiHT of lVnilscot ;iiintT
Kit In n.ontllH-.
I I nrrlpn Aclvi-rtnini! Ki-pri'iirntiitivr '
I Till. WII'RIl AMM" r5 '-SOCIA'i:'
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by The lliiyil Herald for all legal ad-
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made Itati s for Hotnu of the common
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statements U, cash with pi oof of pulj
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1 Itcsidciicc I'iinne
STATEMENT OF OWNERSH
Management, Etc., required by the Act of Congress,
for August 24, 1912, of The Hayti Herald, published
weekly, at Hayti, Missouri, for October 1, 1020.
State of Missouri, County of Pemiscot. SS.
Before mo, a notary public, in and for the State and
County aforesaid, personally appeared 0. Popham,
who, having been duly sworn according to law, de
poses and says that he is the OWNER of The Hayti
Herald, and that the following is, to the best of his
knowledge and belief, a true statement of the owner
ship and management of the aforesaid publication for
the date shown above :
That the names and addresses of the publishers,
editor, managing editor and business manager is:
O. POPHAM, Hayti, Missouri.
That the sole owner is:
O. POPHAM, Hayti, Missouri.
That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other
security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securi
ties are :
Mergenthaler Linotype Co., New York, N. Y.
O. POPHAM, Owner.
Syorn to and subscribed before me, this :J0 lh day of
(SEAL) J. M. ARGO, Notary Public.
(My commission expires July !), 1921.)
The lollowing rates for announ
cements for ollico during the coming
campaign will bo charged by (he
ll era Id:
For Congressman 5 JO 00
For Statu .Senator .r. 00
For County Olllcos 7.ii0
For Township Olllcos 5.00
Announcement fees payable invari
bly in advance
The Herald is authorized to an
nounce the following as nominees
for the olllces named, subject to the
action of the voters at the general
election to bo hold Nov. 2, 1920.
! IWI1IMIII IBIIMimh
For Congress, 14th. Dist. :
It. I... WARD
For State Senator:
TIL.MAN AV. ANDERSUN
For Sheriff :
J. II. (Hamuiie) SMITH
For Prosecuting Attorney :
! A. SLOAN OMVEIt
Americn Usee 7013 CTiTTon Matches.
Few realize the Immense labor, capi
tal and water.. il used u produce
matches. Thi-usiinds of men are eni
plojed, millions of dollars Invested and
vast forests cut down to meet the de
mand in America of TOO billion
matches a joiir. one plant alone on
the l'aclilc coast coer 'J 10 acre and
uses two hundred thousand feet of
sugar plm; and jellow pine logs in a
day. The odds and ends will not do.
A constant search is in progress for
huge fnte.-ts f perfect trees to nieot
the future needs. F. II. Chcloy In
"Stories for Talks to llovs."
An excellent and quid; nielhod for
ilryitig the Inside of decanters, vinegar
bottles, etc., which are in daily use;
After washing out thoroughly with hot
water, turn upside down and allow
very hot wider to run over the out
tide about a inbuilt1. This dries the.
In.slde quickly without leaving murks.
Hold (hem under the hot water tap,
This nielhod has been known to bu
used for years without a inlMinn. For
oil bottles dry nut with twisted tissue
1). K. Green, government agent, of
I'aruthersvillc, reports there iiavo
been 02 bales of cotton ginned in
J'eiuiscot county up to Sept. 2fith,
in comparison to GilO for the Hame
ft.i to hist year.
CI ICO. A. LAMB
CI IAS. S. REYNOLDS
Kil Croom, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts
and Mrs. Price of Tennessee are the
guests of R. I,. Groom and family
near thin city.
Miss Edith Chilton who was op
erated (in in Si. Louis ji few weeks
ago, is reported as getting along
J. M. Shy, brakeman on the llayti
Cape Moose, Is taking u short vacation.
Yes, thoro are u few good men still
left In Iho world, but as a rule they
! also got left.
For Associate Judge, 1st. Dist.:
W. I). (Doss) HUDGENS
For Constable, Hayti Township:
S. 1 (Sid) OATES
For Prosecuting Attorney:
For Judge, 1st. District:
T. R. COLE
Shoes you want for autumn hikes
.A Vindingroad rthrouBh open
Country, the tang of frost in the
-vnir, a welcome warmth of sun
and we're off for a hike.
'For outdoor play in addition to
fa perfect day comfortable,
Shoes, smart and "sportsy"' in
appearance; perfectly eao, ;.i
'comfortable; shoes that i'.'
'days and miles of hard wear an
yet keep their trimness c :i i
You" can get them in the'shoe
made to fit the foot in action in
the Red Cross Shoe.
Their soft, close-fitting lines cling
and bend with the moving foot
in every position. And so the
shoe is not easily forced out of
shape; its smartness stays..lts
comfort is perfect.
Our display of new Red CrossT
Shoe models for outdoor wear is
now complete. Among them
you will find the one for yor foot
:'iid '.' sporr. Prices
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TOM THUMB WEDDING
L. I Croom, wife and familv left
MemlanttM II, union Dowese of this
city, and Gluts. Einuigan of Chaffee,
went over to Curuthersvillo Monday
to do some shopping.
-Wc do flno job printing.
Mrs. Fred Lnruor ruturned Tues
day inornlug aflor a several weolts'
viHit in Illinois.
Mrs. Sam Spaulding came over on
the noon truln Wednesday from Cu
ruiliorsvillo to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Guy IJarhoo.
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One of the most delightful enter
tainments put on in Hayti for some
time was the Tom Thumb Wedding
Tuesday night, in the High School
auditorium. .Miss .Iiihie De Uuire, of
Eredericlvtown, who has traveled
over the I'nited States as well as
Canada, was in charge of the a If air,
and clearly demonstrated her ability
as a manager of small children. Miss
Helen Gully materially assisted ni
making this a big hit by otfering
her services at pianist.
The groom was Rex Reeves, son of
Mrs. Nettie Reeves; and the bride
was little Miss Eileen Oates, daugh'
or of Mr. and Mrs. S. 1. Oatos. Hilly
Hopkins was best man and the
bridesmaids were Mary Certain, Mar
Katherine Qtiinn, Jewel Alsup and
Maude ileatd, while the attendants
were Lucllo .loluihou. Ilortonse Watts
Ireno Wilks, Mazy Cole, .lasimiue
Sanders, Pauline and Vera O'Con
The proceeds amounted to ?71.ii.r,
the church receiving 10 per cent or
SiJS.llfi for their part. Refreshnien' i
of ice cream wore served.
Julius and Haiman Kohn of Ken-
S.iturday by ear for a week's visit! nett, wore over Sunday to visit their
with relatives at Humbolt, Tenn I parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Kohn
Ralph Hutchison ot Caruthers-1 If the boss lias always to tell you
villi', spent a few hours in our city I whai to do, some day he'll tell you
Tuesday to o.
OR QUALITY MONUMENTS, SEE
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E. D. JOHNSON,
Phone or Write Him
Work Erected Any Plp.ce. Designs Cheerfully Furn
ished to Those I-nterested.
Mr. and M"rs. Goo. Urown of Horn
crsvlllo, wore horo the latter part of
Iho week looking after business mut-i
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The cominriii ideas concerning wood
libers are lut .Instilled by tin extended
tests of tiie United States torest prod
ucts laboratory. lCuch species of wood
does not have Its chiiraelori.stlc liber
length, but a greater difference may
in- fiiirid between the fiber- f an indl
ldual tree than betwei n the average
lei.gihs In different species. The length
i f liber dues not been to affect tho
strength of the wood, as the longest
libers often belong to the weakest material.
Quotation About Ballads.
Andrew ' tnotcher of Sultour, Scot
land, who lled from 105:5 to 1710,
wrolo In a letter to tho uinru,ul of
Montrose and others hi 17(Xi us follow-:
'"I knew a voiy wise man so
nuicli of Sir ChrlMopher's sentiment
thai lie believed if a man were
permitted to make all the ballad- he
need not care who should make tho
laws of a nation." This was part of
an imaginary conversation concerning
it "right regulation of governments for
the common good of mankind,"
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ings Wonderfully !
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smoothness nnd beauty. Accept
able to the most sensitive skinj
because it is pure. And delightfully
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the costly new odor of 26 flowers.
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