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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
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The strangest case of hold-up ever known in and around
Owl City occured today. Tucker Tightwad, our enterprising
real estate dealer, was walking along Gar street when he was
accosted by a stranger in a buggy who asked him about a piece
qi land he had for sale south of town and urged Tuck to drive
down there with him and show him the land. Mr. Tightwad
got in the buggy and after they had driven out beyond the city
limits Tuck felt himself getting dro(wsy. That is the last he
remembers, but when he recovered consciousness lying along
side the road as a cow cam'e up and commenced licking him
in the face, ho sot up and looked around but the stranger with
the buggy had disappeared. Mr. Tightwad felt in his pocket
and discovered that his purse containing 97 cents in coppers
had been taken and that the strangre had stuck a hypodermic
needle through his thick overcoat and clothing and injected a
charge of "white mule" or some other narcotic drug into him
.and made him unconcious to such an extent that he would
possibly never have unlimeberd had it not been for the cow
licking his face. He was so dead to the world it made it easy
for the stranger to rob him. Mr. Tightwad asserts that he sor
ter felt a twitching as the hypodermic needle entered his hide,
but he didn't suspect what it was; thought maybe 'twas a cooti
ie that had got jarred loose from the stranger,but did'nt want
to make a howl and maybe bust up a land deal.
Wo announce tho following ns can
didates subject to tho Democratic prl
mnry held Tuesday, August i, 1922:
For Circuit Clork
ERNEST A. LONG
Tor County Clork
For Judge of Probate Court
V. E. (Ed) GOTCHER
U. B. SANDERS
Jay Hawk, who runs the groundhog grocery, is threat
ening to sue or whip the express company or somebody for dam
age. He ordered a barrel of irish 'taters by express, but when
he opened them up, found the house had, by mistake, or with
malice aforethought, shipped him a barrel of dollar watches
insted of 'taters. Jay offered the barrel and watches back to
the express agent if he would accept them for the express
charges, but the agent refused. Jay says he proposes to in
vestigate the matter to the bottom and if he finds the house is
trying to impose upon him in such a highhanded way they get
no more of his business.
If Honk Carr, a young farm employee of near Owl City
could have purchased "regular whiskey" in the regular way a
few days ago his troubles would be fewer now. Failing to get
the liquor from the drug store because of so much "red tape"
in the "prescription law," he tapped his employer's silo and
imbibed much silo juice, a variety of stimulant that leads to
strange results. Honk, after frequent potations, fitted an im
provised rope ladder to a 200-pound hog and rode the animal
10 miles down a cattle trail until it dropped dead. The hu
mane society ought to investigate such proceedings.
We was down to Steele a few days ago and saw our old
pal, Newt Maxwell. Newt is powerfully dissatisfied down there
and says if it don't stop raining he's thinking of moving out and
coming to Owl City. Newt says it is so wet down there that
there is already 50 bushels or frogs to the acre and enough
snakes to fence the land. While we would be powerful glad
to have Newt for one of our citizens we have bet our print shop
that we can tell the truth for three days, so we are bound to
say Owl City isn't much wuss tha Steele in the respects Newt
The scales of justice seem out of balance when it is per
fectly all right for some shyster lawyer to ask an honest citizen
of Owl City who had been yanked up before the court, if he
was not convicted of highway robbery in 1862.
All sorts of robbers is getting larger in number every day.
We also notice that our 'steemed contemporary, The Clayroot
Gazoote, got $13.95 for supporting for re-election Pete High
pockets for mayor of that sorely afflicted burg.
As no one seems to come forward with any causes for the
recent earthquakes we would modestly suggest that it might
have come from too much shimmying at the same time.
For Recorder of Deeds
HARVEY E. AVER1LL
JOHN W. GREEN
For Constable, Haytl twp.
S. P. (Sid) OATES
We announce tho following as
candidates, subject to the will of
the Republican voters in the pri
mary election August 1:
For County Court Clerk
W. B. O'CONNOR
OLD DOCK HEDOE DEAD.
Dock Hedge, 8C years old, died
this morning about 2 o'clock. His
passing comes as no surprise, he
having boon afflicted for years with
a cancerous growth which, coupled
with his advanced years, caused his
death. Dock Hedge had 'lived in
this county about twenty-five years
coming hero from near Charleston,
Mississippi county. Hq loaves sev
eral children whoso names wo failed
to learn, bui among whom arc Dock
Hedge, Jr., and Charlie Hedge ot
this city and Mrs. Pleas Lynn of
Caruthersville. He also has ono or
two married daughters living at
KENNETT COUNCIL WILL
PASS ON STREET PAVING
Kennott, April 13. The city
council of Kennott met last Monday
to pass on tho engineering "plans and
estimates, for a mile and half of now
concrete street paving. The plans
were prepared by C. E. Stiver of
Capo Girardeau. Tho public square1
will bo included in the area to bo
pavod. Tho entire job will cost in
the neighborhood of ?9G,000.
You will need some good P.erfume with that new
hat and gown. If you really want the richest and
choicest Perfume in Vogue at the present day you
will come to Peoples Drug Store and get
Nylotis, $1. 75 per ounce
Peoples Drug Store
If you get it at Peoples Drug Store its good
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
BOB WARD NOT TO RUN
Bob "Ward of Caruthersville, who
came up last Monday to attend Fed
oral Court, said before leaving yester
day, that he did not think he would
make the race for Congress this year
This opinion he said was not final
however, hu. represents his present
inclination about the matter. Mr
Ward said that he had received num
erous inquiries from over the district
asking him if he expected to make
tho race again. Capo Sun.
NOTICE TO STOCKMEN
We attended court at Caruthersville Tuesday. By the
time the lawyers there get through with a character witness he
don't look like anything but a police character.
We have been reading the circuit court news in the Mis
souri Herald and think it's about time for them attorneys to
settle down and cut out the monkeyshines.
It is reported that they have' arrested a 14-year-old boot
legger over at Pulltight. There should be a law passed against
Skinney Shankings reports there is a shortage of knot
holes in the baseball fence this spring.
Doesn't matter who's who so long as you have got the
KEEP UP CHICKENS AND GEESE
Read tho ordlnanco published else
where In today's paper passed by the
city council relative to keeping up
your chickens and gdetfd. Don't
put the cty marshal to any trouble
In this respect. If you do ho will
get your chickens, also your geese.
Your neighbors are complying with
this law, and tho law should have
Use Herald want nda If you
want quick results.
Circuit court has hold njiothor
woek-nt Caruthersville, and while
tho end of tho docket is in sight It
has not yet been reached. Practi
cally all tho cases disposed of have
been confined to tho civil dockot,
none of which have been of unusual
" March la still lnurchlng'niidst tho
If you don't got the Missouri
Jlorald you don't get tho news.
Ensign Wilkes, sired by Wiltrone,
race record 2:30, he by Wilton, race
record 2:19 1(4, ho by George Wilkes
519. Dam, Reba Wilkes, sired by
Truce 7S59, he by Onward 1411, race
record 2:25 14, sire of Hour! 2:17,
Interest 2:18, Shadeland Onward,
2:18 12, and others, and ho by Geo.
Wilkes 518, record 2:22,sirc by Har
ry Wilkes, 2:13 112. Guy Wilkes,
2:15 14, Baron Wilkes, 2:18, and
others, and he by HamblotOnian 10,
sire of Dexter 2:17 14, Nettle, 2:18,
Orange Girl, 2:20, nnd othors.
rteba Wilkes, first, second, third
fourth and fifth dams strictly of
Truce's first dam, Ellon ProwLtt,
by Ashland Chlof 751, sire of Black
Cloud, 2:17 14, Fred S. Wilkes,
2:26. Katie C. 2:27 12, and othcis
daughter of Clark Chief 89, siro oi
proplo, 2:19 14, Kentucky Prince
tho siro of Guy, 2:10 12, and othors.
Description Ensign Wilkes is a
bay horso, -weight about 1150, two
white hind feot, heavy mane and tall
good disposition. Call and seo him
and judge for yourself.
Ensign Wilkes will make tho sea
son of 1922 at tho Pemiscot County
Veterinary Hospital at Haytl, Mo.
Terms: 12.50 to lnsuro a living
colt to Btand and suck; or ?8.00 cash,
Mare returnable if failing to got
with colt. Money due when fact ie
ascertained, or mare parted with or
owner leaving state without my con
sent, and lien retained according to
Chapter 74, Article 4, Revised Sta
tutes of Missouri, ia09. No service
on Sunday. Soason closes July 15,
1922. All caro will bo taken to pre
vent accidents, but will not bo ro
sponsible should any occur.
J. V. MOORE, D. VS,, Owner
Phone 120 Haytl, Mo,
B. B. Sanders authorizes The Mis
souri Herald to cast his hat into
the ring as announcing his candi
dacy for the office of Probate Judge
of Pemiscot county. Mr. Sanders
is a Democrat and, of course, is ap
pealing to tho voters of that party
in tho coming August primary.
Mr. Sanders has been before the
people of Pemiscot county in a busi
ness way for nearly twenty years.
He came from Hickman, Kentucky,
to Caruthersville and established the
Sanders Shoe Storo at the location
where tho Musgrave & Mason store
Is now conducted. Mr. Sanders in
troduced new and progressive sys
tems into the mercantile business
at Caruthersville which, from the
first, were a success. Ho was later
connected with other stores there
as manager, and more recently took
up tho life insurance business.
While progressive, Mr. Sanders is
also conservative in t,hc right degree
to keep abreast of tho times, and,
above all, ho is absolutely trust
worthy . He is a gentleman of more
than tho ordinary affability of the
native kind that don't wear off
when policy no longer requires its
use, but the same today, tomorrow
and under all circumstances wher
ever you meet him. A big, feeling
heart beats within his bosom that
makes him a friend to all kinds and
conditions of men, for all of whom
ho has a hearty handshake and en
couraging word. If nominated and
elected tho oiilce will be in tho hands
of a man possessing both honesty
and ability lo tho full 100 per cent
measure. Further say on our part
is not required.
FLOWERS ON SCHOOL GROUNDS
The High school buildjhig on
tho public square is having a row of
cannas planted around tho founda
tion this week, another improvement
that comes from tho co-operation
of the Chamber of Commerce and
Civic League. Tho planting of
flowers on public grounds is great
ly to be commended.
Silver Moon coffee, always tho
best, at Buckleys'.
Shelby Lester, wife and little son
Elza, and mother-in-law, Mrs. Dicic
Johnston, drove over from Caruth
ersville last Sunday afternoon and
spent an hour with friends. Miss
Edith Williams was also with the
Pretty dross goods of all kinO
of materials, at Buckleys'.
If tho person, or persons, who took
tho City tax books and delinquent
list from tho desk of tho City Clerk
will return same no questions will
bo nslsod and no prosecution will be
had. These books may bo left on
tho Clerk's deskf
These books will do no one any
good as duplicates thereof can be
made and tho delinquent list ascer
tained from the collector's stub book.
Tho loss of those books only uicau"
extra work for the City Clerk and
Collector and expense to the City.
By order of tho Board of Aldermen.
Five-room house for rent. Ga
rage, chicken house and good gar
den spot.; good water; well located,
near Grammar sohodl. Apply Her
COURT HOUSE CONTEST.
TJie court house contest suit to
contest" tho court house bonding
election held in Pemiscot county on
September 9, 1919, is scheduled to
come up boforo Judge Pat Dyer of
the District Federal court at St.
Louis next Tuesday
Tho hearing will be upon a mo
tion to dismiss for want of juris
diction and upon the further alle
gation that plaintiff, Mrs. Harriot
C. Brlttin, is not qualified to main
tain tho suit on the grounds that
the amount siro is interested docs
not comply with the amount neces
sary to bring such action in the
Tho defendants, people of Ca
ruthersville, have ilono everything
possible in the way of taking advan
tage of technicalities to avoid go
ing to trial on tho merits of the
case--in which it would bo shown
they voted tho inhabitants of grave
yards, non-residents and the whole
dock of cards.
f Certain peoplo of Caruthorsvillo
may want to rear a tomplo of jus
tice, every brick, ovory piece of
stone, to stand as monuments of
ovcrlastiug shame and rebuke for
tho most shameful election over por
potratcd in a civilized land but the
people of tho county do not want it,
and if such a rotten deal is forced
upon them thoy may have to sub
mit, but they will nevor bo satisfied.
Dr. J. V. Moore has Just purchased
a registered all purpose stallion. He
is, in our judgment, tho best stallion
over brought into Pemiscot county
Time for a spring clean-up. Some
clean up without being mado do so.
Others havo to he mado do so, and
It -is always thoy who need tho
clean-up the most.
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If your want comes under the head o
it can be filled here with the best there is
IT IS OUR ASSUMPTION THAT
WHEN YOU BUILD YOU WANT TO
BUILD FOR PERMANENCE. WITH
THIS IN MIND WE HAVE SELECT.
ED A STOCK OF MATERIALS THAT
' WILL LAST.
Regardless of what you build it
will pay you to see us for materials
BILLY NETHERY, Manager
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