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title: 'The Hayti herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1908-1922, February 24, 1922, Image 2',
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THE HERALD, IIAYTI, MO.
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Every Dollar You
Good Lumber Is Well
GOOD Buildings not only conserve
crops, live stock and machinery,
but they add to the equipment
and value of the farm. Whether
you want lumber for repairs or
for building we offer you the best
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BILLY NETHERY, Manner
KENNETT TO PAVE STREETS
The board of aldermen ol Keiinotl
hao employed an engineering thm
of Chicago to prepare tentative
)lans and spccilieations for an ex
tensive paving program for I hat
iit, which is to he done this
lioost your host for Hayti
L. C. AVERILL
, Splendid tsuudas Sihuul Ii I "-mi
(lav I -ml -emu', ne t v-iiiida
It is heller lor the im' inniil in
make .11 h ligious M'lUie ill IH
' iiiIiIlI LM(f nk.w! ill
Sunday ncliool at 10 a. in.
Preaching at 11 a. m , and a 7
in I lie oxening
Prayer mooting every WedncMdax
at 7 p. in.
W C SCOTT. Pastor
Wanted -a housekeeper; mil's:
he a good took; hoiiCHt. Must fur
nish best of leferenecs Will pa
Boilo wages Phono a.", Mrs. Ii J
Koinhaid, Uati. Mo.
NEW ERA LODGE, I. O. O. F.
McotH every Tuesday nlsht. Vlsltlne
members cordially invited to uttond
D. D. IIAIIBEHT, N G
P S RAVENSTEIN, Secretary.
Cliner Stephens has In en on ill
puiix list cDtiliiied to his room, sine i
he and Mis Slephen.s retuineil from
the Mi-si- ippl gulf coast ahoitt two
W v('li ago
BETTER : ADVERTISING
BUILDING THE ADVERTISEMENT
HERE'S an easy way to go about making up
First, lay out with poncil ami ruli-r, on paper,
the exact dimensions of your space.
Next, try to find some distinctive way to use the
border lines. If you are advertising furniture,
a heavy border will be in keeping ... If your
line is dry goods, select a dainty bonier.
If you want to use a cut, see where you think it
will "go" best in your space. Then an effective
head line. Sketch it in.
Now figure out the best place for the type, and
rule lines to indicate it.
Now you are ready to write your text-mutter,
and to indicate the place for your name or
Try this plan, and see how much better it is
than "going at it blindly."
1 1 THE ADVERTISING CLUB OF ST. LOUIS I
THE HAYTI HERALD
run nnnAi.n ruivriNc en., i'iiir,
. I'OIMI U1, Soli- Munci-
Published W(eKly, on Piidaj ., ; t
Corner 1 'mirth and Broadway Sis
niorcil im Hi'coinl-ei ihs mutter rict
3. I'ins, at the poslolllio at Iliiyll, Mo,
indi the ltd of Murili 3 ISI'.t.
(Mlli'lnl "N Hi:irr nf IViulnoiit t'ounly ,
Oh. .M-iir .. .) TiO
I.il,IiI monlliH - . 1 00
s. moutliH . . .70
I mi ii ii AfKi Mi mi( Kiri" i In I . i
'III MI.Uit AM Kl SSA-SOCiAl I
I f tr 1 1 1 1 1 1 IpkiiI rates will ho elmifiiMl
liy 'I' I in llu.Ml I Una Id for all 1ukI uil
citiiiiiK' Uiic dull i r pf r nquun' loi
tln hint lnni'1 lion and llftv oimiIm fm
i mil hiiIisi iiiieiit liiMi-t I ion, i .isli Willi
luoul nf liubllcnl Inn in cLiy ci:u un-
l( ks pi Im i : .in.'iiK iits h.ii bt'LMi i
im nil Kitis for sumo of fie ( (iiniiiun i
film (if leiral j.'tvei I l'i inenlH me lis I
I'nilc.v.ii oiilci nf niililii it ion in ll-
i. tin i mi u t ? f.il t i nil In nil oiwin K . .
tlci nf llnnl Hitlliliii-iit ffill, Adniln-i-llutui'H
until o i3. Hunk IWi uilIiiI
-i itniH'iits jn, e.isli Willi in not or puli
Ic.itiuii IXmili.y, front lince, column Ineli ,1S
liispl.iy, run of p.ijiui, uolumu Inch .ti"
Locals, hliu-U ",'ieu, per line 10
111 iiIcih iii'i lueli. - 2r
l.ni im l( m Hi in I im h, per line .nr
Ollli I'lllllll- .
The iollowiiiK aie announced ni
t.indidates lor oihee, at (he Cil
i:i((tion to he held on Tuesday,
pril I. 1022:
For AldeimN.n, Ward No 1
W II (Bill I PINCH
I'ii l'pim.m. Ward No -'
I KOI IN
No, 11 of a Series Addressed to Sellers
PlISTMASTKIi'S KX M1N.TK)N
The so-called Civil Service Commis
sion has ordeied an alleged cmn
piiilhe exaniination for the appoint
mini of Postmaster, to be held ii
C irulhcisville March it
Such an "examination (?i" is ah
oluielv unnecess try. a waste, of th
noi niiicnt's money and a needless
both"!1 and loss of time for those whr
Ii.irlM-ipate Paul Horner is the act
iuh: I'osimaster, and he will be the
in lmaii'Mit Post master, no mailer how
Ion a Kiade he m.ilics If h scout
I he irv lowest, which is 70, and li.s
(ompi'tltors score ino, the hlffhesf
thai will make no ditleretice Hor
in r will pet the plum. That is, i!
h- has the endorsement ol l arl Bio
l'i. (hail man of the Uepublnai
(ount committee, and that he h i1
ih.it lanuot be ((uestioueil. lie bid
I hae tint before he could lit1 mi ik
lemporaiy i'ostniaster. and it w is t
n live a place lor him that Har '.'
enll was thrown out ol the i
Ine This was the work of Bio' er
too, who was the benehciary ol Ac:
ills newspaper publicit for nuun
long years Bloker lias the contiol
ot th'1 appointment of every Pmt
iiiaster in Pemiscot cuunl. He p-
polnted the postmaster here nd
no It has gone all over the Stale oi
.Miswniii Not a single Heaioi rat
has been appointed un where in thi
State, and sonie have heeen removed
before their time was out,, as was the
iasj at Caiuthersville. It is fool
ish for any Doniorr.it to particfpite
in these lake "examinations " it
is also loolish tor auv Keptibli an
who doe, not hue the politica1
backinj; of his parly,
Instead of Inking the appoint
ment of postmasteis out of politics
is Will l,ih and Piesideiu Hard
Iuk said tlie.v would do, the have
put tile whole postal service ile'pe
in politics than il was ever put be
ioie by the most rabid, politic! im
who ever held the reins of kcaci'ii
incut it is all right lor them to do
that, if I hey wished. They had tin
power t" do that or anything eH
they wanted to, but it is not all
light for tliom fo try to fool Un
people It is not all rihl for Ihein
to spend the government's ni'me
in holding fake examinations. Nm
Is it all light fur them to put in
(lhiduals to the trouble and epen.si
ol hot boring with such toinfoolury
Hal such Is characteristic ot ev ry
tliiug this administration h .s pin
posed to do. They secured control of
iho (iovorninont upon falto proiulse
not yot fullllled and never will be
Not having learned that "all th" peo
ple cnuuol he luoleil all the time,"
they still continue their Inking
A TASTB OK SI'itlNG
Nohing was lucking in the
weather this week to i inlio tlieso the
dajs of Spiiug liven the hueblrd
twittoror joyiully in the worm
.uinshlno. Monday and Tues
day wu had a series of thtin
Ui storms and rains, but instead of
I'lrniug cold, as is usual at tills lime
oi the etir. the weather domed and
the bree.e genii taim. uuim and
"ma fioin the southland I po'i
the Jaw us iho gras-s I growing
green and the blue violotH have
A SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF
W gl jy Ti 7T
a a . a a w a
17" 5W VI
K"ft fl rf fi".?,- wk " G' rm
n j uu .rru .w vi m ! s. ,s- n n w w
Waa,vw,i8..,,w CuV ij. JAfcYvVsJ JiJfl. J. .flP U VV WjTAIn
-- ,. " r- '' v
Jailors Thul SalisfY
WILL L1SFLAY AT OUR STORE
r ww o 5ft vr I fi sa wt h.
k JSH AlVJAt-A4 v J & V JR.UlJ&. xtiasy8. 20
AN EXTENSIVE LINE OF
Fashionable Wool and Worsted Suitings, Palm
Beach, Mohair and Fancy Tropical Fabrics, al
so Serges and Troserinys (or
Spring and Summer 1922
Come in and have yoiu measurement t.ikcn in a scientific manner
and receive expert advice rejardintj (he latest fashions for men by a
thoroughly experienced laiiorinp man.
Select your garments f.-om Inr:-jc size woolens so you can see how
your garments will loci: after they ,eiI be completed.
Time of delivery will be arranged to suit your own convenience.
Correctly fitting, dependably tailored and reasonably priced gar
ments absolutely guaranteed.
"Tell the World"
Just received the new
Van Hiusen Collars
-The Quality Siove
op lied lilt ir pet il-. to the kl' of thi
si. n lles dione 1 .ih upon II. e
lulu air, and the mockhiK bin'
ind (ooiii!? cbive lrive relurned Jl J. Ueinh ird nave his wile a miv-
fiom t li I v Intel's exilj in the land prise birthday pari last Satuida
ui sumim i tnenins to which a number ol fihudi
h. t sin b an iuiusu.il seeoa ot Caruthersville and tins city were
portends io hid to t?ucs. The j invited and attended
i. hoi" winter through has be"ii null Wo are sorry to be unable to r.ivi
I ji? bilking in rainlail and snow jde'aib, which Is occa'ioned because
Are theio et to tome,' No projinn io leprescnlatiie oi tin- paper was
Ifiator can sa, We onh know this- , rresviit. i.ni' ro one bin turnished us
II Mil h weaihir conlniiies lor ,im h leport lor publication We do
exiemkd period the fiuit lrs will
put forth their buds md it will be a
miracle il lhe escape a Irost, or a
lieee, which max com' in consider
able sexeill si.(v da.xs hen e
MERCHANT FIIES liANKRUPTCY
not lie;,itaie. however, to .sax i li.it th'
alfalr was a complete sonal success
for nolhiufi; bvss could bo expected
when the Ueinhardd open their doois
for a gaiheriiiK of lhir friends
The a, air, xxe uiidersiand, a
principally arrai,Kd bv Mr Rem
hard, bthiK in the nat.i'e oi a stir
Hob Popha-n .recoiul m the but- 1,,Ko '"r 1K w'"' s ,,,rlh(l !'
cher and Brorery bu.sliiiss nt.,i ,i heon was served and daneuiK
voluntary petition in bankruptcx ' limlc.il cnjo.MiKat tor the
petition with Ueferee U K leai-
der at Capo Girardeau last Tuealiv,
listiiiR, In Ills petition, liabilities n , OOOC-OOOC s0'VJ'O0000C-Ok$04
?J.MJ iii, and his ass -t.s .it $l,Mil - o
V -v.- -tr f;.
TREE GARDEN SEED
This othce has a small supply ot
flee km den sec-il .and a few flower
seed, sent us b. l'oni;iessiuaii Ilaxs.
which v.c shall be pleased to di.stu
buto as long as they last; tiist come
hi si son oil
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
il ii inn tlo'iD, ai tln cannot n icli
Us io. 1 t.crilon of tin c.u 'Jhirt is
o' ( i (3 cure cai urhal d' .i(mns,
ai u .ii.i ,j bv a c institutional runtd
1'ieinhil I) i'r -l H tausid bj nn ln
li'iina .u t. i tin mucous llnlnK of
til. i::u' n hi oi 'ml Wlun this tube in
mtloiii. ii hiu i ruin lulnc nnuncl or lm
tun it li. nrli, nul whin It Is mtlitly
ilobi.l Hi i'i s Ii th.- result Unless the
Inllj tiiiiniion mi' s ridui'nl and this tube
l ii. ml to l'i ' ,'jinl londltlon, luarinK
x 'II be di Rt- .1 ion xi r JInnj cases of
i' r" r i hiu a bv c-uurrh, xvhlch Is
tin liiliim.l ii.nliiion nf t'.e mucous sur
f" "a 'ill's i firh Mi llclin ncto thru
I I " l i i'i inuiiiis suifacia of tho
v t i in il r 1- (1 Dollars for
ri" n' ii ini : ifniET that cannot
i ! i ij 1 n b I'ni.-rh Mnllclne Clr
cularr I- II lirniiKMR. 7Gc
j. S i .il. A i. CO . Toledo. O.
is Most ol Ihe creditois listed are
wholesale 11 run lie slates his in
ability to meet his creditors demands t
are caused by behiK unable lo toilet1 .
oil his personal accounts, in Klvir-,'
credit to loo many eiistomei-, hen e
jeen uM i i i S
U 9 " iTO
los, in this n...nuer lias 'j
Hob's business waa located in the
Morgan building, and his place Is s
been closed s'lif the recent fire ih.i
cninc near destroying the same Hisi"?
loss b tin lire wan on nleiable
which disconr.iKed him to s u h e
tent that he ileoideil not to reopen
A list of 20 splendid populav records we have in stock.
Dcuble-fv.ced 10-inch records at 75c. Look over the
list carefully and you will be almost sure to find some
thing you want.
HERE IS THE LIST
HUSBAND A2TD WIFE DEAD
On Mi fain anc his two nieces
MiiH Irene llavbin-lc and Mis, .
bert Wilson anil husband leu b'st
Saturday night for Tenv Haute
Indiana, where they were railed on
account of the death of Kclxvard llnv
'niek, uncle of the Ka bill Iv s)hl.
Mr Ubuck died .Saturday mornine
mid war. but led Suudax, his nlaine
arriving in time for the fiiiurnl Mr
KaybucK'h wife w.m also III, ami '.
death followed on Monilux, her luu
eial biine ialci Tuesday Ml I he
parties from here returned on thi
tarly train this nnri'in.
At the mooting of the Chamber oi
Commerce next Mouday night all t '
ijivitcd tor the purpooo ot ill w i
ing the txci,lve light rates in U.
ti At its lust meeting the Chain! or
(Hucusfcod further, tho plum- of p iv
clifbing rln coate and hats for the
volunteer Are lighters
- We Imndlo No: tin up. King Co
..ml Ferry bood, tit Unlhoit's
We did it this timo got The
Herald out on time, bul-nia;. nixi-i
i'cj l1 again 'Ibis m i In th' I -c
otl will eei si- of The II VVT1
Her Md It ma inner bo issued
aguin hero tho juico went off.
U72G Ueautifitl Annabelle
iSTP.O My Mamma--
lo":si Look for tho Sihor Lin
ing "Wandoring Homo,
1S732 She (lives Tliom All the
Stop, Look ami Liston.
iS7.JD Uright Eyes
Lovo lilril Vo 'J'lol.
Over tho Hill,
Aiiiwor l'o. Trots.
1S711 I'udernoaih Hitwniitui
Kippv hhoio I'o Tiotn
!S71(i .Soiuehod s .Mother
I round ,i Host in the
Dixil s Larden
lo7!7 .My .Mother's Lvoning
Now I Lay .Me Down to
My Old New .lersoy
lSToO Tcacli Mo
Hound the Town Ko
1S7."1 Xe.stlo in Your Daddy's
I'm Missing Mammy's
IS7,ri On tho Campus
Holistic and Bayonets
Mello Cello Waltes.
1S7(J:: Hold Fast in Uaby'o
1S7M .Stand l'p anil .Sing
1 Wonder Where My
1S7IH Haltlmore lluz!
Bandana Days One Step
1 Neif Ind
VICTROLAS AND VICTOR RECORDS