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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
In need of Groceries, Dry Goods, Gar
den and Field Seeds Farm 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.
Give us a call
Next door to Post Office
Gaither & Stubbs I
COTTON SEED TOR SALE.
' Wannamakcr-Cloveland Planting
Seed I will have beyond my own
requirements a limited supply of
seed of this excellent variety of
early, big boll, high percentlng cot
ton, saved under my personal super
vision to prevent mixing at the gin.
Two years from tho originator it
remains pure, and is improved by
having grown on strong black loam.
Sacked f. o. b. Caruthcrsville, $5.00
22-23 H. T. BYARS.
TO GET SALARY RAISE.
KILLION BOUND OVER.
Judge LaFont of Conran held
court in New Madrid Monday of last
week at the preliminary trial of Bud
Killion on charge of murder in the
ilrst degree, his victim being L. H.
Bass. Kllllon waived examination
nnd was bound over to the May
term of circuit court in amount of
George Neumann of Marston was
ih tho city Thursday visiting Dr.
Jefferson City, Mo. Prosecuting
attornoys in tho less populous coun
ties of tho State will be pleased to
learn that their salaries will bo in
creased uuder a ruling filed in the
Supreme Court last Thursday by
Judge Graves. The suit was insti
tuted by Dicdrlch Brunjes, prosecut
ing attorney of Benton county, to
force the county court to pay him
$1800 a year in place of $1200. His
suit was based on a law passed in
1919, but not made applicable un
til January 1, 1921. This act fixed
the salaries on the basis of the popu
lation of 1920, and increased the
salaries of many of the prosecuting
attorneys. In some instances the
county courts have refused to pay
tho increases. The legislative act
is held to bo valid.
Wm. York and wife of Caruthcrs
ville paid C. S. York and wife a
Bhort call Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. G. Osborne was in Caruthcrs
ville Wednesday shopping.
Mr. Loyd J. Pullam, belovod son
of Mr nnd Mrs. F. A. Pullam, of
near Hayti, Mo., died at tho homo of
his brother, Mr. Edd Pullam, on
Thursday, March 16, 1922; about
3:30 p. m., after nn illness of ton
days of pneumonia. At the time of
his death ho was 21 years, eight
months and 19 clays old.
His unexpected departure was a
terrific shock to his family, for it
was only a few hours beforo his
death that tho srlousncss of his. con
dition beqamc apparent, nnd also
to his relatives and many friends.
Ho was at all times friendly and
good to every one, and numbered
his friends by his acquaintances.
Ho was admired and loved by all
because of his loyalty and devotion
to his duty. In his home he was
adored by his parents, brothers and
sisters, to whom his companion
ship was a constant delight. He
leaves to mourn his untimely death,
besides his immediate family, many
other relatives nnd hosts of friends
His remains were laid to rest in the
White Cemetery. May his soul rest
One sweet rose 1ms drooped and faded,
Ono fair brow the crave lias shaded,
For none return from tho spirit shores
Who cross with tho boatman cold and
But ho turns and waves his hand,
Folntlng to the beauties o'er us,
In that bright und Imppy land,
Oh! how we grieved when ho departed!
One sweet, gentle voice has fled,
Our hearts will always linger
Around the grave whore you aro laid,
Earth tho lovely casket lceeps.
Itcst In peace, Dear Loyd, thy caro Is
Host In peace, thy work on earth is
yet, somewhere, I know, on tho un
lie watches and waits for me.
Sadly missed by a loving friend,
MISS DOLLY B. GLASS,
St. Louis, Mo.
Turn that extra piece of not
needed furniture into cash. Some
body may want it. A Herald ad
will do it.
Henry Highnll of Ndthorland
was here Wednesday seeing after
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I will come again and give you
a few items, from a different section.
The people are becoming a little
more reconciled to matters of busi
ness than they have been; but all
or about all, arc pointing to the
same object for attaining the great
est relief. Most anybody can "Ag
ger out" what tho object is.
The writer is now in the Ingram
Ridge school district. With all the
hardships that has corao in the past
few months storms, rain and over
flows, " the people here seem to be
enjoying life. They have their
Sunday school and prayer meetings.
Tho roads aro bad from here to
the towns, or to the hard road.
The people had a nice school
meeting. Everybody seems satis
fied with proceedings.
This a nice little scope of coun
try,. The land lies line and is
reasonably dry when it is not rain
ing all the time.
AMBUSHING THE CIVIL SERVICE
The public reaction to President
Harding's frontal assault upon tho
civil service system in. his summary
dismissal of 29 officials of the bu
reau of engraving and printing has
forced tho White House to issue a
disclaimer that does not disclaim
the intention of discarding the sys
tem whenever it is deemed neces
sary or convenient. In fact, the
the qualifications that the presi
dent puts upon his denial of such
purpose convict him oven . more
surely than did his recent action of
the intention to nullify a system
of non-partisan government that
has been endorsed by all the great
presidents of recent years.
Although, insisting that lip has
no present purpose of changing the
system by which postmasters aro
appolntted, the presidential state
ment that for the remainder of the
Harding administration this system
is to be subservient to rather than
paramount to politics. The presi
dent may be right when he says
that there Is to be no change in the
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Miss Hattie Gaither was at Ca
ruthersvillc a short while Wednes
existing regulations, but it is evi
dent that there is to be a change in
the tactics of attack upon it. In
stead of a continuation of the nf
frontal assault, made In the bureau
of engraving case, for the future
there will only be raids, flank attacks
and ambushes. While pretending
to be the friend of the civil service
In theory, the Harding administra
tion very evidently is to be its
enemy in fact. Commercial Appeal.
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Mr. Lacy and family visited in
Hayti last Saturday.
Frank Johnson attended to busi
ness In Hayti Saturday.
Ingram Ridge was well represent
ed at tho Farmers' Union meeting
held at Hayti Friday and Saturday.
This work is alive here, and Swift.
Stanley and other plnces over tho
county have a good membership.
I have recently had tho great
pleasure of meeting several widow
ladies, but when I spoke of matri
mony, even with tears in my eyes,
they nil claimed that I
Not long since I spent one week
in tho Stanley neighborhood, meet
ing friends I had not seen in a lor
time. Tho people up there arc tc
have special services Easter Sunday
which speaks well for a neighbor
hood. They have Sunday Mchool,
too. Tho Stanley neighborhood Is
now one of the garden spots of
Pemiscot county, and is dotted over
with beautiful little homes, tho in
mates of which arc generally of the
best element. Sonic of these set
tlers arc good-looking widow ladles
and, you know, I am "bound" to
speak well of tho community. Just
a few years ago this part of the
county was a deep forest with water
standing on parts of it. Now it Is
beautiful to look upon.
Tho rains havo sot the farmers
back with preparing tho soil for tho
planting of their crops.
Hurrah for Tho Missouri Herald
and thoso in charge of it.
Slowly but surely they are begin
ning to appear. Now one, then a
couple, next three or four are seen
in the course of a day. Some are
brand new and others, it is plain to
be Been, have survived the vicissi
tudes of the winter, either coming
out in tho spring air without the,
formality of plaiting tho cleaner or
giving evidence of having passed
through n process of grime-removal
which has restored their pristino
grandeur tho straw hats, they arc
J coming back,
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