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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
A Comfortable Feeling
A good many things may happen that will give you a fool
ing of comfort anil security, but nothing will do this more suro
ly than the knowledge that you have money In tho Bank.
' This Is particularly true If your money Is In our Dank whero
you know It's safe. You know it Is there subject to your needs.
That you can got It when you want it. That 11 Is safo until
you need it. If you have no hank account, wc invito you to
start, one at this hank now, no matter how small. You will add
to it from time to time and It will soon bo a sovirco of comfort,
and security to you.
BANK OF HAYTI
C. OF C. MEETINGS
DUNKLIN EDITOR VISITS HAYTI
AFTER GOAT "HIDES
W. It. Plunkott, editor of the Dunk- "Chin" Franklin, with his big,
1 in County News, .spent Monday af-, warm handshake, parsed through
turnoon and night the guest of The 'this axis of Pemiscot Monday, going.
Missouri Herald. Mr. Plunkctt he said, in search of the connty
eaine over Monday noon to take j scat. Asked about politics, a.
avail of our stereotyping outfit in i broad grin spread over "Chip's'"
casting some plates for his advortis-! face, like a slice of a sixty-pound
ing department, expecting to re-1 melon, as ho said: "I'm for niy
tnrn Monday evening, but missed ' friends, God bless 'em, but d in my
his train by a few minutes, necessi- enemies." That possibly means
tnting that he remain over until ; that "Chip" expects to have a few
Tuesday morning. Mr. Plunkott is goat hides to his credit, if it bap-
serving Dunklin county a splendid
local newspaper to accomplish which
he spares neither time or expense.
Wire all kinds; and the price
is right. A car load has just been
received. Caruthersville Hard
pens to be a good year for goatj?.
And the ex-sheriff partially ?x
plnined what he meant, and which
will probably be more fully demon
strated if the signs of the political
moon gets right.
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According to tho cycle of the
moony moon the Chamber of Com
merce met at its regular, but borrow
ed haunts, last Monday night, and
among other important promulga
tions didnscullzcd as follows:
Discussion of the various features
of the Kcnnctt, Haytl and Caruthers
ville highway was programmed for
the next regular meeting In whh;h
all good roud boosters are Invited to
come and participate to the limit of
their lungs, vocabulary and brain, no
limit being placed upon the liberal
use of the latter. In the same con
nection will lie tllscusscu co-opera- i
tlon with the Capitol Highways Com
mission by the various members as
they sec lit to indulge their udvis
ings. Roads arc what have made
Hayti. As of Rome, all roads lead
here, the geographical center of the
richest county in the state. Roads
rail and dirt are what have kept
Hayti on the map. These are our
greatest friends. These have prov
en the bulwark or our destiny and
fate. Our "birthright" may go as
Esau's, but tho speck we occupy upon
the plat of the universe is a deed of
warranty given us by Him -who made
the mud from which this sphere was
molded and came rolling and bump
ing down the highway of time. This
little spot, with its black lines, show
ing the crossings of its highways. I
here to stay until Gabriel trumps lib
planetarium horn at the terminal
of -worlds. Let us talk good roads.
Let us have good roads.
The Chamber of Commerce is as:
homeless as Payne when he wrote
"Home Sweet Home." While inhabit
ing, not hibernating, the hospitality
of a neighborly roof, it has felt keen
ly the hiatus of its position, and if
now in negotiation for its own doini
pile; for, how can it consistently
preach, teach and practice home
ownership while bumming its abode
under a borrowed roof? For this
purpose it has a committee out in
search for suitable quarters land
lorded by one who would hover ;
real live guest at preferential rate:
of rental. This report is due at tlu
next sitting of the conclave.
Protection for the firelighters i;
another matter under consideration
rather in action. A committee is
out and after the wherewith to pur
chase raincoats and caps for the
I chaps who have volunteered to stand
between us and earthly combustion,
i all we could expect, for in the here
latter, each and all in this respect
j will have to shift for Himself. There
will be no procuracy there. Samp
! les of raincoats and caps have arrived
i for inspection.
I The matter of rural mail route
' was also discussed.
(The subject of rural routes the
' writer hereot has some knowledge ot j
and if necessary can put the Cham
hor owl wise to the situation. It is
I all very, very simple, if gone aftei
j in the right way. As a result of
! his co-operation a route will soon be
brought in, running northward, cov
! ering the territory of Terry. Nether
i lands and Concord, serving some 250
' families. The same, or nearly the
. same, needs lie to the south and the
west, over which the same require
' ments as of the establishing of the
northern route prevails. If these re
qiiircmcnts can be complied with
I the routes in due time can be had
otherwise agitation is useless. Ed.)
Cough and Cold Insurance....
A GOOD BUSINESS MAN
insures his stock against fire. The prudent. Fietid of a family has his
life insured. The thoughtful traveler carries accident insurance.
NYAL'S WILD CHERRY COUGH SYRUP
is insurance against Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Croup, till kinds of throat
and lung ailments. It is the cheapest insurance anybody can carry.
Keep 50c worth of this insurance in the house.. Jt pays
DANCE AT ARMORY
EIGHTY YEAR OLD ATHLETE
fantastic at the Armory "Wednesday
night until the wee liours directed
their thoughts and footsteps home
ward. Several from Portagvville and Ca
ruthersville were present, and while
the crowd was iuit laTge, this lack
ing was made up lor by the enhance
ment of the pleasure of those who
drifted on the rlr;ythniatic chords of
the violin's song.
The proceeds of the evening goes
to the benelit fund for the volunteer
lire police, a laudable purpose.
Sunday school class of the Methodist
church, spent a few hours on the
river banks and at Stanley Sundav.
ANOTHER STORE ROBBED
Last Friday night some thief throw
a brick through one of the back win
dows of the Huckley Store, smash
ing the glass, through which lie en
tered and proceeded to help himself
to his heart's content. What and
how much he got is not known. A
box of cigars and some pocket knive
were all that was missing, but with
such a large stock of all kinds ot
merchandise as carried by the Huck
ley store, much might be removed
and not be missed.
The Masons held one of the most
enjoyable a (fairs of the kind that
has been held in this section for many
months last Thursday afternoon and
evening in their hull. The cere
monies included the initiation ol
several candidates in the several de
grees, which were put on in excel
lent style by the assistance of the
visiting lodges in this section.
Practically every lodge in the
three adjoining counties were repre
sented by delegates and the work
was thoroughly enjoyed by all par
ticipating, and visiting members
There was an intermission between
the conferring of degrees, when the
members in the number of 125 ad-
journed to the banquet room in the( A C1,)W(, ,- vim, p ,Cf nosUv
Odd 1-e.llows building, where the , I.ompilsc of ,hp L()val Workers, a
i.iiuu's aiii m inc iinpusi cimicii
were in waiting and served a most
enjoyable and delectable chicken pic
supper for which they have been si
well known. The ladies surdy did
themselves proud in serving, and de
serve a .great deal of credit for their
Following the serving of th- menu.
O. K. Hooker, who acted as tnastmns
ter, announced that there would be
sevOral impromptu after-dinner
speeches from a number of th visit
ing brothers, and eallel upon the
representatives of tle o"t-of-town
lodges, who responded with some verv
clever remarks which were thorough
ly enjoyed, and left everyone in ex
cellent humor for the remaining sc.
After the speech making the hr
returned to the Masonic hall for the
completion of the conferring of the
degrees upon the several candidates
which held their attention until a ',
very late hour. j
Everyone present vouched for tlu
splendid way in which the festival
was conducted and were extra loud
in their praises of the way in wliicli
the Ladies Aid served the excellent
a minuter oi mu lerpsicli- The only Berry Wilson was in town
incnneu young people ot Saturday, SO years youne. Ho mn
congenial gender tripped the light -whistle, dance, sing, play the fiddle,
nop, skip and jump, make a noliti-
fcal speech, preach a funeral or run
u foot-race, skin a cat or walk on
his hands. BuL he cannot nlnv thn
"violin," nor does he like aeroplanes
for personal use, nor does he hanker
after riding in automobiles speeding
seventy-five miles per hour. While
he is pretty swift himself he thinks
the whole "dinged" world is about
a century ahead of time, and he
doesn't believe boys of his age run
ning the risk of "busting" therr
speedometers trying to keep up. This
writer first saw Berry thirty years
ago. Ho doesn't look a bit older
Good humor is the blue sky of the
I Thus escapes from proper punish
ment another criminal of the very
worst class. The thug that will
' break into a house will also take
i human life, if by so doing lie may es
cape. And the thief hidden in the
dark has all tho advantages over
those who may purposely, or unin
tentionally, come upon him while in
the commission of his crime. The
condition is deplorable, hut if one of
these hellions can he caught and
made tho proper example of, it will
go far toward relieving the communi
ty of an over impending danger that
lurks in tho dark, a menace to both
property and human life.
Judge J. S. Oossom of Caruthers
ville, passed through Wednesday re.
turning from attending to legal bus
iness at St. Louis,
Elinor Murphy of near Cnnady, was
In town Monday seeing utter pro
We, as neighbors and friends, were
very much grieved to learn Sunday
afternoon of the death of Mrs. Trudy i
Grynies, who died at her home near
Stewart, Saturday, Mareli 4th.
She leaves to mourn her loss, a
husband, two children a girl and a
hoy; two sisters and one brother,
they being Mrs. Bessie Hunter of
Caruthersville and Mrs. Floy Wal
lace of Portageville.
She was loved by one and all who
knew her, and will bo missed very
much by all.
-A Fill KM).
No matter what your requirements
Whether You Want a
Large or Small Home
Frank Johnson of near town, in
tended to business at Caruthersville
Miss Fay Wilson after visiting
Iiomefolks, left Monday for St. Louis
whero she is attending school.
notici: oi-' ( it i:i,i:ctio
given that an rice
of Huytl, Missouri,
Notlcc Is hereby
tlon for the City
win no 1 1 o i ( i cm
Tl'KSDAY. APRIL I, 1922
1'or the election of the followliiR
One Alderman in Ward No. 1.
One Alderman In Ward No. 2.
The voters In Ward No. 1 will vote,
in the (iraiiiiuur School llullding, anil
the voters In Ward No. 2 will vote at
the. City Hull or Jail HuildliiK.
The .luiU'.t'ii appointed hy the Ilounl
of Aldei'iiieu t oholil sulci election are
Ward No, I S. K. Nctheiy, .1 W.
Guiltier, V. II. Foley, !;. II. Meant
Ward No. 2 -l.ee Spencer. O, II, Davis,
W. IJ. (lutchor. L. L. Leller.
The polls will he open from seven
o'clock a. in., until six o'clock p. in, or
until sunset, if sun sets after six
Hy order of the Mayor and Hoard of
Aldermen, this theSth day of March,
1 ti ' "
Attest: S. P. OATKS.
IS-IM City Clerk.
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BILLY NETHERY, Manager