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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 use 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
Crying For Bread
D & D GARAGE
THE HAYTI HERALD j MISSOURI WEEKLY
Tin: iinitAi.i) lnu.vi'i.w; co.. rubm.; INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
Nw East Relief Workers Distributing Bread to Ncwl.y Arrived Armenian
Refugees In Constantinople.
The Constantinople district of the Near East RelV, Is wonderfully or
ganized. All the bakeries which formerly supplied the Turkish array, under
German management, have been taken over by tlio Near East Relief, and
'20,000 loaves of bread are baked and distributed dally. I'laced sldo by side,
these loaves would make a line 2S0 miles long, for the live months that the
Near East Relief has operated Us consolidated bakeries In Constantinople,
Tho Near East Relief, with ofllces In every state, Is asking for funds
to go on with this work.
O. TOPHAJI, Editor
Got familiar with your friends, the
state industries anil payrolls that
Published Weekly, on Thursdays, at I Hlna,i )m(.ic ()f the ffull dinner pr.lls
Corner Fourth and Broadway Sts.
basic facts of production are a
source of state pride producing good
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30. I!i08. at the poHtolllcu at Haytl, Jlo., ' citizenship.
under the act uf .March 3, 187U. j St Joseph Contract let fl'or grad-
'. ing and culverts on St Jo.scph and
uniciiii .i'nii!ii(T or ivmiNCiki tiiuniy
One year Jl.FiO
KlKlit months 1.H
Six nionthi .75
. Pommii Advertising Representative
1 Tnr:Aii:mcANPRi:ssAssociAi iov
Ropular leKiil rates will be charged
by The Haytl Herald for all legal ad
v?rlininn: line dollar per miu.m1 fur
the lir.st Insertion and fifty cents for
ouch MilM'ui'iit iiisurlion, cash with
proof ot publication in every cane, un
less prior uriMUKoniuulH liavo been
made Hates for Rome of tlu common
forms of leal advertisements are as
follows- Order of publication In di
vorce casfs $7. no, cash in advance; No
tlce of llnal settlement $2 fiO; Admin
istrator's notice SIS; Bank financial
statements $5, cash with proof of pub
lcatloa. Display, front pane, column inch .18
Display, run of paper, column Inch .15
Locals, black face, per line 10
Locals, less than 1 inch, per word .01
Iteadeis, per Inch .2."
The following rates for announ
cements for ofllce during the coming
campaign will be charged by the
For Congressman 520 00
For State Senator If. 00
For County Ofllces 7. HO
For Township Ofllces n.00
Announcement fees payable invarl
bly in advance.
The Herald is authorized to an
nounce the following as nominees
for the ofllces named, subject to the
action of the voters at tho general
election to be held Nov. 2, 1929.
For Congress, 14th. Dist. :
It. I.. WARD
For State Senator:
TILMAN W. ANDERSON
J. II. (Ilanunie) SMITH
For Prosecuting Attorney:
A. SLOAN OLIVKIt
GEO. A. LAMB
For Associate Judge, 1st. Dist.:
W. D. (Doss) IIUDGENS
Atchison road to c.irt 1 ." 0 . 7 7 I. OS
Part of $1,000,000 county road pro
ject. Independence Oil struck on
Adam Hill place near here; s-am' "ii
countered at 1ft 12 feet.
New Florence Mcthoriims begin
construction of new p trsonage
Columbia needs a new po?i ofiwo
Kansas City Building permits is
sued during Septembi totaled ";.":S2,-
Si. Joseph Building pouuiu is
sued during September ti laled $ I IX.
4.'57. Same period last year, 3104,
::ou St. Joseph Contracl let for pav
iug east side of arte!:- from Monte
rey to Hickory Streets.
Kansas City National Kcervi'
Rank and Midwest National Hank &
Trust Ci., merge into Midwest Re
serve Trust Co., and open to public
with $17,000,000 deposits.
St. Joseph Work star's on pivi
lion for stacker and Iced t show
Two large pens north of exchange
building to be converted into sales
A warning to building crafts that
unless thoy "resort to reason" and
end jurisdictional dilutes the unions
may be destroyed and the open shop
come into vogue iia been issued by
Pres. Donlin. of building trades de
partment of American Federation of
Versailles Large conl 1 ines leas
ed to Pittsburg, Kas , operators
Kansas City Hoard of Education
establishes a school for 'raining domestics
Lone Jack Kansas citizen buys
2f"-acre farm near here for $10,000
and will stock with shorthorn cattle.
Birch Tree Large tract of timber
land purchased near here Will
build saw mill.
Kansas City Montgomery Ward
& Co., to open research division hero
co-operating with farmers in ascer
taining quality and life of all kinds
of farm implements
Roikpnrt Contract lot for $7 000
s-'oIdier.V mcnioriul building. ?C".0'"
bank buildi.ig under u.iibtmrtioi'
Five miles paving und.r way.
Jellerson City $!).:iCii.0'ii 1 a'anco
in state treasury at Icon: of business
SopU'inber 0. Aui. !M. balance $12,-
Jvansas City 1 S. Budding Co .
of Memphis, Tenn., to open distribut
ing warehouse here.
.lolfersou Cily '"here nro 2S7,7.")H
motor cars in Mis.-.niri. Ufi.iiTo t In
Kansas City. St Louis has jo.nri
Contracts lnaiio for building "!."
miles gocd roads in MWsr.uri, costh g
Kansas City hotels make cut in
Stolen from her home on the night
before her wedding and imprisoned for
five years In a Turkish harem. Aghuvni
Mlllinn. a beautiful nineteen-year-old
Armenian girl from Bltlls, has at last
been discovered by her lover and
through tho assistance of the Near
East Relief forcibly taken from her
master and brought to one of the
American Rescue Homes In Constanti
nople. Here she will stay until ar
rangements ran bo made for her mar
riage and her return to her old home.
"My story it Is like hundreds of
others," Aghavnl said simply. "I was
stolen from my home on the night that I
the massacres lirst began In Eltlls. It
was the night before I was to have
been married. I was Just folding my
wedding veil away when the Turkish
soldiers broke Into the house. They
cnrrled me off. I They took mo
WAITING FOR US TO
SET THE TABLE
You know that prices are lower than last year.
We are giving our customers the advantage of
A tablo twenty-four miles long Is
plainly an extension table and that Is
Just the length that would seat all of
the orphans now being fed by tho Near
East Relief. This table is set In sec
tions all over the hills of Asia Minor,
Syria, Armenia and In Northern Per
sia. It Is not In one piece. The Turks,
who still keep the Armenians In a state
of terror, do not allow It.
But there the table Is, seated on
both sloes with orphans Syrian and
in prices. We are making dollars go further. Let
us help you stretch yours.
Every article is the best for its price. Quality
maintained and good service to all.
HAYTI : : MISSOURI
By ri" u
COUNTY AGENT A BUSY MAN ! fijgiBSgBPSE
For Constable, Hayti Township:
S. P. (Sid) OATES
For Prosecuting Attorney:
For Judge, 1st. District:
T. It. COLE
Only tho person who votes has a
liconso to kick If tho election goes
wrong. Rut voters generally do the
up to Constantinople to the house of
the man" She stopped and put one
hand over her eyes, a hand that bore
the tell-tale tattoo of her Turkish mas
ter. "But what does my story matter I"
she exclaimed. "I am only one of so
ninny. It is my people and their fu
ture that matters. Somehow wo must
rebuild our nation and show to the
Turks who tried to beat out our llfo
and to the whole world that, despite
what wo have suffered, Armenia Is
Achnvnl Mlllnn Is, as she says, only
one of many. It Is estimated that one
hundred thousand girls are still held
espUve in Turkish harems. Tho Near
East Belief, America's ofliciul agent
In Armenia, Is making this work of
rescue one of the most important fea
tures of its program, and it Is to them
and the support they receive from
tho American people that Aghavnl's
unfortunate sisters still captive, must
look for their release.
Tne Table Is Now 24 Mllea Long.
Assyrian, Greek and Armenian, Jew
and Christian all rescued from tho
fear of the Turk and under the care, of
American men and women.
Most of the children are cared for In
229 American supported orphanages.
The first ceremony in receiving these
starved, almost naked children, Is to
clean thera up. They are not only ema
ciated, but dirty with sores and ver
min 69 hospitals and over 0,000 beds
are kept full of the little sufferers.
But tho children keep changing. Last
year they were all thin and pitiful;
now It is the newcomers who are thin.
The orphans who have been from six
monthB to a year In American care are
well fed and well clothed.
Best of all for a new Near Bast
which surely must come out of all this
distress, every child old enough Is be
ing taught a trade which will make
him self supporting.
They are a thrifty lot, these little
narentless exiles. From their scant
store of bread they always carry a
portion in a small bag about their
necks they fear the day of another
killing, another drive into tho desert.
They horde the shoes sent from
America until snow flics they remem
ber their barefoot pain In tho snows
They cling to their new found
friends. Every day other llttlo waifs
find a place In the orphanages and are
told of the generous people of tho
United States. Soon the entrances will
be crowded with children frozen out
from their temporary summer quarters.
Then tho table of tho Near East Re
lief must be extendedmany, many
new leaves will be needed, and Amer
ica Is asked to set the table.
Columbia, Mo., Oct 21. Some
idea of the amount uf ovk done by
a county agent can be gathered from
the brief summary of the report
made by Glenn S. Hensley. county
agent in Harrison County Report
from Anril 1. 1020 to October 1.
He traveled on of.cirl business
::9S miles, received -177 buhiness
calls at the ollice Wrote .T17 let
ters and sent out JStiO circular let
ters Directed the work of 9 spe
cialists for a total of ''ourieen days
work in the county. 'i-M 2", com
munity meetings airl v.aue DS ollicial
There's only one objection to tho
time honored custom of filling bas
kets for the poor this winter. Every
body's so darned rich around here
there'd be no one to give thin to.
No, we don't blame all of those
Europeans for coming over here, and
we don't have much sympathy to
wast o nthem after they get here.
We're all out after the "dough."
When we look upward there are
two things worthy of thought One
is heaven, and the other is high
With a George as king and an
other as prime minister our friends
the British should feel quite safe in
"letting eGorge do it."
"P. O. B." is nc loug'jr ,x term used
only in transportation circles. It is
now high society's ir.ethad ot saying
"fetch your own boozo."
Dr. Burgess of Caruthersville.
made an early call to one of bis pa-
If you are dissatislledj tients Wednesday morning.
with your wages there's a heap of
satisfaction in thinking of the old
days when you had to work, twice as
long for half as much.
Some people wear a scanctlmon
iour. countenance so long they really
begin to think it belongs to them.
Man proposes, woman supposes,
dad opposes, and the paper exposes
Mrs. Docla Sniitherman of Dell.
Ark., came to our city Sunday to vis
it her son. Willis Whitelock.
NEW ERA LODGE, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Tuosday night. Vlsltlne
members cordially -Invited to attend.
H. A BOONE, N. G.
P S RAVENSTEIN, Sec'y.
Armenian Refugees Line Up for Food.
No sane person in 1 1 1 1 .-4 country
object. 1 to frco speech It u t !
abiihu of It that brings do .11 '' con
demnation of all hu' abiding people
H. L. Guffy was attending to bml
ness in Carutliersvillo Tuesday.
When 11 cotiplo gets married tho
preacher looks solemn, tho 111011 loik
at tho bride, and tho women look at
her gown Tlio groom is tilso tlier.
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As cold weather sets In refufjeee are pouring Into Near East Relief centers.
This group Is fed dally In the former Russian barracks at Alexandropol, one
of the safest cities In the Caucasus.
Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel
acts like dynamite on a sluggish liver. When!
calomel comes into contact with sour bile it
crashes into it, causing cramping and nausea
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead!
If you feel bilious, headachy, con
stipated and nil knocked out, just go
to yonr druggist nntl get a bottle of
Doison'd Liver Tone for a few cents,
vlrieh U a harmlesa vegetable sub
stitute for dangerous calomel. Take
a spoonful and if It doesn't start
your liter and straighten you up
bsttsr dad qukker than nasty calomel
and without making you sick, youl
just go b.ick and get your monoy.
If you take c.ilomel today you'll
be sick and nauseated tomorrow; be
sides, it may saltvato you, whilo if
you take Rodson's Liver Tono you
will wake up feeling great, full of
ambition and ready for work or play,
It is harmless, pleasant and safo 9
give to children; they like it,
WE SELL DODSON'S LIVER TONE
LEFLER'S DRUG STORE, HAYTI, MO.