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In need of Groceries, Dry Goods, Gar
den.and Field SeedsFarm Implements
or most anything in general use, call on '
us. This is the "CASH AND CARRY"
store and you know what that means
if you do not, we'll explain.
Gire usi-a call
Next door to Post Office
Gaither & Stubbs
Carroll Flslior wont up to Por
tagevlllo .Wednesday night to , at
tend to, business.
Sherman Hill,- husband of Mrs.
Dorothy Hill, ono of. our teachers,
visited tho school last Friday. Mrs.
Hill and tho primary teacher wont
homo that evonlng.and ' on account
of tho bridges being washed awayy
tho'y had to go by rail.
Mr. Fitzgerald was In Haytl Sat
urday transacting!-business. Ho la
farming 80 acres of land near P.as
cola for Senator R. B. Oliver.
Collie Hackney went to Slkeston
WILSON SEES DEMOCRATS
RE-ESTABLISHED IN POWER.
Duluth, "Minn. Itormer Prcpl
dont Woodrow Wilson in a telegram
to the chairman of the St. Loulh
County Democratic Committee today
expressed "confident expectations
that thejarty will soon be re-established
in power and in a position to
render renewed service to the liberal
forces of mankind throughout the
The telegram was in reply to a
wire sent Mr. Wilson by the coun
ty convention in which tho former
president was "assured recognition
as the leader of tho Democratic
The telegram of tho former presi
"Your message, embodying Mr.
Crasswoller's resolution, has given
me great cheer and encouragement.
I hope you will have an opportunity
to convey my greetings to tho Dem
ocrats of St. Louis county, together
with an expression of my confident
expectation, in Which no doubt
they share, that our great party will
now soon bo re-established in power
ancTMn a position to render renewed
service to the liberal forces of man
kind throughout tho world."
Turn that extra piece of not
needed furniture Into cash. Some
body may want It. A Herald ad
will do it.
R. B. West of Caruthersville
spent several days hare this week,
and will move over and become a
permanent citizen if he can find' a
suitable residence, a hard thing to
do, there not being a sufficiency
of houses to house those already
here. But there are plenty of nice
vacant lots that can be purchased
cheap, and wo have plenty of build
ing material and good carpenters
to do the work, and we soliceit
more interest in that direction.
Fancy dotted swlss in the new
est designs at Kohu's.
IH. J. Reinhard drove over to
Caruthersville for a short visit
Bon Hodgo.spokon of in our last
week's items, was carried to tho
poorhouso at Haytl last Saturday
Tho pretty weather last Sunday
caused many of our people to take
an enjoyable walk. Nearly 150
visited tho James ditch In tho nf
ternoon to see the overflowed
country around there.
The Pascola Board of Education
held an election hero at the
school building April 4. Many
people voted. The election closed, at
Spring Invitation Sale
Beginning Saturday, April 8, Ends Saturday, April 15
DRESS GINGHAM 13c and 15c per yard
PERCALE, 1 YARD WIDE 15c per yard
PERCALE COVERALL APRONS 98c each
WOMEN'S WAISTS i 98c each
MENS SHIRTS OF BLUE CHAMBRY i 87c each
WORK SOCKS, SANITARY LINING 15c per pair
CURTAIN GOODS AT , 23c, 24c and 34c per yard
WEAR WELL OIL CLOTH 31cand 34c per yard
WuyDoritou Get That RqyalTailoted Look?
7nis store if the, authorized resident dealer for
The RoyalTajlors Chicago New YorR. J
Ropal Tattortd-to-M-asare Suk3 and Overcoats
Win. Rodoman, postmaster in
this city, is erecting a new home
just across the railroad from tho
Tho Pascola Stave Company Is re
covering the stave sheds, making
them much better.
John Hartwell, member of the
school board, visited the school last
,A. A. Sides, farming near Haytl,
formely of this place, attended to
biiF.iness here Wednesday.
Charlie H. Workman,
Frisco agent here, is in
Let the Baptist Ladles Aid So
ciety sell you an Easter bonnet,
April 15, at Geo. Dorris' store.
6th, 7th and 8th
United Farmers of America
HAGEMANN AND MOORE
Welcome "You to Our Town
. ' ' AND
Miss Itosa Knight was the guest
of Miss Llllle Belle Handloy Tues
Clarence Mangrum of "Hayti Is
visiting Will Alford this week.
T. M. Handley and family have
been stying at Carl Goodman's for
several days on account of water
being under their house.
There is plenty of fish here and
everybody is catching them.
UNITED FAEMEBJS UNITE
IN HAYTI TODAY.
Finch Parkum is nursing an In
jured eye, caused by a wagon run
ning into his car.
School was closed Tuesday after
noon on account of the election.
George Doyle and family made a
trip to town Tuesday.
Carl Riles, teacher of the school
here, spent Sunday in Hayti.
Miss Rosa Knight was the guest
of Miss Helen Walker Sunday.
Florsheim slippers for men and
Queen Quality slippers for women
we are going to make it worth your time while
here to pay us a visit
we are putting on a big three day sale for your
benefit, and can save you money on every thing
in the Grocery, Meat and Feed line. Three
things necessary to make a crop.
SUGAR, CANE 17 lbs $1.00
FLOUR, BEST $1.05
COFFEE, per lb. 14c
RICE, per lb. 6c
MEAL, NEWper Sack 45c
SORGHUM MOLASSES, per gal 65c
POTATOES, per bu. $1.50
CRISP CRACKERS, per lb. 17c
BEANS, per Jb 8 l2c
SALT PORK 14c
PURE LARD 14c
BEEF STEAK 17c
BEEF STEW 10c
BEEF ROAST i 12 l2c
FRESH FISH, CLEANED 10c
COD FISHf per lb. 20c
PORK SAUSAGE 15c
Haytl may not be nearing a boom,
something it never had, but indi
cations point that way more than
we ever knew before. For sometime
wo have felt the drift of the wind
that is turning a great tide of
prosperity in this direction. There
are more inquiries for real estate
and business locations than we
ever had before. People are com
ing, too, and more would be here
already if they could find houses,
but there are none for rent, neither
for residence or business purposes.
Bulk rolled oats, fine for table
or baby chickens, at Buckley's.
Several new brick business
houses will shortly be under way
of construction, wo understand.
NOTICE OV FILING PETITION FOIl
VII13 ORGANIZATION OF THE DEEIl
lC. IlOAIl DISTRICT OF PEMISCOT
From all the roads leading into
Haytl this morning come automo
biles filled with farmers to attend
a meeting of that body, which con
venes in this city today. A large
number are already here, which in1
dicates the attendance will be all
that could be desired.
Several important business mat
ters connected with the Union are
on tho program for consideration,
which will furnish the body work
for today and tomorrow.
The Missouri Herald welcomed
the farmers to our city with n
hearty good wish for their pros
perity, and also tenders its columns
for their liberal use.
3 Barbers ,Porter Service
Neat and Clean Popular Prices
Next Door to White Star Market
Next Time Try
LONG'S SANITARY BARBERSHOP
Our navy built a battleship
That was a beauty bright,
It cost 'em forty million bucks
To do tho thing up right.
But when It had been duly launched
And everything complete.
They straightway shot it full ot
As it was obsolete.
Do you know' that you oan save
time and trouble and get what you
want by calling Buckley's first?
Joe Shelby.formerly residing here
but for several years living at
Jonesboro, Ark., has rented a resi
dence here and will soon become a
citizen of Hayti again.
Make your new Easter dress
out of embroidered voile different
colors and designs at Kohn's.
Shirley Logsdon of near Stewart
was here Saturday and Sunday
"mingling 'round" with the young
HAGEMANN AND MOORE
Feed, Produce & Grocery Co.
Hayti -, - , Missouri
, HV1 AUAJllV1
Vit All I.igitfoM iutm Owning I.und Yrlth
iii tlir Herclnnfd'r nencrlurd Uoundnr-U-N
of the PruuoHvd Snt'clnl Rond Dis
trict. Notice Is hereby Riven thut thero
wau fllod in tho olllco ot tho Clork of
llio County Court of Pemiscot County,
Missouri, on tho 27th day of March,
1922, being nioro thnn thirty days bo
foio tho regular Hay term, 1922, of tho
County Court of Pemiscot county. Mis
souri, tho petition of "W. P. Robortson,
Wisconsin Lumber Co., W. T. Holt,
frank L. I.,ong, Moho Stovor, ot nl.,
praying for tho organization of tho
special road district to be named Deoi
ing Itoad Dlntrlct of PemlBCot County,
and which proposed roml district's
boundary lines aro as follows:
Moglnnlng at tho northeast corner of
Section 4. Township 18, north, Range
11 East, on the township lino dividing
townships 18 and 19; thonco west on
said township lino to a point whoro said
lino Intersects tho lino dividing Pemis
cot and 'Dunklin counties. Missouri, In
.Section 3, Township 18, North, Rango
10 Hunt: thonco. south and along said
county boundary lino to a point whoro
said lino Intersects the township lino
dividing townships 17 and 18 on tho
south boundary lino of Section 34,
Township 18, North of Range 10 East;
thence East on said township line to
the southeast corner ot Section 33,
Township 18. North of Rango 11 i:ast;
thence north on and along tho Sectton
lines to the northeast corner of Section
4. TownBhlp 18, North of Range 11,
Uast. being tho place of beginning.
Now, theroforo, all owners of laud in
said proposed district, and within the
houndarles-as above set out, are hereby
notified that said petition will he pre
sented to tho County Court of Pemis
cot County, Missouri, on Monday, .the
1st day ot May. 1922, being tho llrst
day of Rogulur May torni, 1922, of said
court, at tho court houio In Caruth
ersville, Pemiscot county, Missouri, at
which timo and place you aro notlllod
thai you inuy, if you deulro, appear
and oppose tho formation ot said apo
dal road district,, and Ilia your writion
Witness my hand and seal. Dono at
my olllco In Caruthorsvillo, Missouri,
this 27th day of March, 1923.
21-23 PRANK nAIRP,
Clork tf the County Court of Pemiscot
Have You Dined At
Order Your Next Sunday Dinner At Baldwin's
Should be supplied with the very
best, and at economical prices.
YOU CAN SAVE
Money and live well, too, by letting
us fill your ordesrs for anything in
the Fresh Meats or grocery line.
"The Best for Less"
As to CLEANLINESS and SANITATION,
we invite inspection.
Highest Market Price Paid for Produce
White Star Market
PHONE 90 J. E. McFALL, Prop.