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The Missouri herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1922-1990, March 10, 1922, Image 4

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RIVER RISING.
The river is n curing flood stage
and ir more rains fall will go con
siderably higher, unless this rise
gets out of the way before another
comes. However, at this time of
year, it is doubtful ir this rise will
pass before more water routes down.
There is a heavy Hood emptying
into the Ohio, both from the Ten
nessee and Cumberland rivers. The
weather report shows tltat the Ohio
is at a stage of more than 15 f feet
at Cincinnati, and still rising.
Evansville reported a stage of 111
feet with a big water coining out
of Green river. The rise at Cairo
has passed the 40 feet stage, the
tlood stage there being -1 5 feet.
There is a slight ribe in the Mis
souri at Kansas City, but the Mis
sissippi at St Louis is about sta
tionary Flood stage for Pemiscot county
no longer causes alarm, for the
levee has already proven its de
pendability and value.
MULE FOR SALE
Fifteen hands high; works any
where. A bargain. See Alice L.
Hush, Ilayti. Mo. lO-I'.l-pd
Wiley Davis of Steele was seen at
the Union station here Mouda.
shoaling 'round on the depot plat
form, looking for n train out to
"Some where." It is presumed he
got what he wanted, as the "iron
horse" departs for the four points
of the compass from Pemiscot's
railroad center.
Triumph and Cobbler seed po
tatoes, onion sets and garden seed
at Hueltley's.
Hon. II. L. Ward of Caruthers
ville passed through Ilayti Monday
on his way to Blodgott, where he
went to look after legal business.
Dr LeGear's Stock and Poul
try Powders are ilne spring tonics
At Buckley's
FEDERAL RECOGNITION OF
MAJ. A. C. THROWER
Major A (' Tlnowui received a
letter troin the wui department Tues
day announcing that Federal recog
nit ion as Major Jntl Battalion. 1 luth
InLantry. had been extended to him
to date from .l.inuar lilth, at which
time he was appointed to that ollhe
while in .leilerson City.
Major Thrower is now in command
of the second battalion and tlio coin
panics at Hemic, Campbell, Kjniietl
and Senath will lie under Ills com
mand.
Tht' Senath company has also been
federally leeoguied, to date troin De
cember -0, 11)21, and will soon be re
ceiving il equipment as requisitions
have already gone in for same.
1 An election will be held in the In
cal company Monday night to till the
vacancy of captain caused by the pro
motion of .Mr. Thrower. Kennett
Democrat.
- HIGH SCHOOL "ELECTION"
On Tuesday, March the fourteenth
the high school body will hold an
election, for the purpose of teach
ing the students how to vote. It
will be held In the order of a real
city election, with candidates com
peting for city offices.
They will use the accustomed cam
paign material, as cards and plat
form, with voting polls, etc.
The judges and clerks have been
chosen from the business arithme
tic class, according to the ward in
which they live.
The judges from ward number I
aie Merininna Sturm and Lee Perk
ins. The clerks for this ward are
Pearl Cameron and Sadie Mitchell.
The Judges from ward number 2
are Katheryn Urittin and Ernest
Lcfler. The clerks are Louie Kohn
and Farrie (Jottings.
In this election there are to be
four aldermen elected and we are
looking for a splendid campaign for
the following seven people arc can
didates for this office: For ward No.
1, Martha Reynolds, Leslie Uaird
and Harold Pophani; for ward No. 2,
Mcrvil Spencer. Grace Rowc, Rachel
Spen cr and Hugh Dorris.
There are two candidates for the
oflice of Mayor: Alllc Cameron and
Glenn V. Cook. (Which shall it
be?)
The two candidates for Police
Judge are: Bighani Nicholson and
Frank Merrill.
The campaigu for City Marshal
ought to be fiery, for the candidates
are Thelma Robertson and Shamel
Yeart.i
In connection with the city elec
tion comes the school election which
will also be held on the same day.'
The judges are Ella Brittin and
Carl Martin. The clerks are Vir
ginia Morgan and Carmel Popliam
Thf extension of district territory,
the length of the school term and the
annual rates are to be voted on in
connection with this school election.
There will be two school directors
elected and the candidates are J. W.
.JolniM'ii and Robert Donald McNail
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ADVERTISE YOUR STRONG POINT
SURELY there's at least one thing about your store
that sets it head and shoulders above your competitor's
place.
You deliver to customers.
You guarantee quality.
You keep open evenings.
You give discount stamps.
Your clerks are always courteous.
EMPHASIZE your strongest point in all your ncwspapei
advertising. Hammer it Home. Keep it up everlast
ingly. If you can "boil it down" to a few strong words
as a slogan, so mucli the better.
THE SPECIAL bargains that you advertise, bring im
mediate business. It is needful. The store policy that
you advertise constantly, builds good will. That is
needful, too.
THE ADVERTISING CLUB OF ST. LOUIS
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ROOMS FOR RENT
,Vell located residence. Have
four unfurnished nice rooms to
rent. Call No. r7 or this otlice for
inlonnation. 18-21-pd.
SPECIAL SERVICE.
.lohn Strciff and family came up
from Steele Monday for a visit with
Mr. Streiff's father and mother of
! this place. John has totally los;
the sight of one eye, and army phy
sicians tell him that the sight of hi.
other eye is beyond hope of saving.
The loss of his eyes is attributed to
injuries received during the world
war, while he was serving in France.
Mole "frostproof" cabbage have
been sel out around Hayti this spring
than ever before. Many are rais
ing I hem tor the market and find it
ver profitable.
John Marrs and wife left Monduv
f)r lhir homo in Denver, Colorado.
C.ar combination corn and cot
ton planters at ?1(;.5U. Caruthers
ville Hardware Co.
Ike B. Bales of Pascola, accompan
ied by his wife, boarded the train
here Wednesday for St. Louis, whero
he goes for hospital treatment, he
being so afflicted with rheumatism
that he cannot walk.
At ;! o'clock last Sunday at the
Baptist church in this city the Rev.
O. L. Wood, State Missionary, made
a very interesting address to a few
members of the church and others,
who happened to be so fortunate as
to learn of the special service ami
bo present.
Rev. Woods was accompanied over
from Caruthersville by Rev. Fos
ter, pastor of the Baptist church
there, and also by Lawyer Medliu
B. A Juniper and Chas. G. Ross.
There should be more visiting on
the part of the members of the two
churches, as by working together
the attendance can be increased and
the services made more interesting;
and since good roads have been es
tablished the two towns are sep
aratud only by a few minutes'
pleasant car ride.
True Blue plows and Ohio cul
tivators at prices you can alford to
pay. Caruthersville Hardware Co.
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FOR QUALITY MONUMENTS, SEE
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Work Erected Any Plr.ce.
ished to Those Interested.
MALDEN MARBLE
WORKS
Maiden, Mo.
JOHNSON,
Prop. .
Phone or Write Him
Designs Cheerfully Furn-
Oiip or more new, brick biisinebs
houses will bo constructed on the
square as soon as spring opens, and
also qui to a number are planning to
build residences Last year saw
the building of more residences than
in any of the surrounding towns,
large or small. While we have had
no boom, wo have had a slow, heal
thy, continuous growth, which counts
more in the long run than spasmodic
spurts.
Have a good two-mantlo gaso
line desk or hanging lamp for sale
Costs little, to operate, and just the
thing for farm uso whoro electricity
Is not available. For bale cheap.
Apply at this oflice
George Webb of Braggadocio win
hero u few hours Wednesday.
Press a Button And
Be Relieved
ONE OF THE MOST TIRESOME AND TIME CONSUMING JOBS
AROUND THE PLACE IS
PUMPING WATER
Hayti's new water system is now a reality, everything in ship-shape, working fine,
and plenty of good water. This is a Hayti institution, owned by the people of Hayti,
to be paid for by the people of Hayti, and can be supported by none but Hayti people.
Therefore, the sooner Hayti people take hold, have water placed in your homes, and
in every way you can produce customers for water, just that much sooner it wilj
be placed on a paying basis, and we as well as our Mayor and Board of Aldermen,
will know just where we are, and how to operate the plant to the best advantage.
I am very anxious in two ways:
1st All my interests are in Hayti and I am naturally proud of our water works and
want to see it made a success and serving every man, woman and child in Hayti.
2nd I have a full supply of plumbing goods, have plumber's license, and a good
man to do any kind of plumbing work, and am in a position to operate the business
as cheap as any one could possibly do it.
I am handling nothing but first class, quality goods, and will permit nothing but
first quality work. I want YOU to start using water and if it's nothing but a
kitchen sink and one opening, I want to have this put in for you and get you
started.
I have some rate cards showing the cost per year for every kind of business; come in
and get one and let me talk over your water problem with you.
Lefler Hardware Co.
L. L. Lefler, Licensed Plumber
Hayti
Missouri
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