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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
Baby Chick Growing Mash
1 0 lbs. for 50 cents
Why Pay More?
Spot Cash Grocery
N. P. CROWELL
LIABILITY, FIRE AND THEFT
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co.
M. & N. A. RAILROAD U. S. SENATE CANDIDATE
SOLD FOR $3,000,000. DEFENDS KIT KLUX KLAN
IlarriBon, Ark. The Missouri
mid North Arkansas railroad was
hold at receiver's sale here Monday
afternoon to the Missouri & North
ern Arkansas Railway Company, a
re-organized corporation composed
ot holders of receivership certifi
cates, for $3,000,000, the minimum
purchase price permitted under the
order of the Federal Court directing
the sale. J. C. Murray, receiver
and general manager, btatcd that
an effort would be made to have the
road in operation by May 15.
Proceeds of the sale, together
with a $3,500,000 loan obtained
from the government, will be used
in paying indebtedness of the com
pany, ami for the first time in ten
years the road will be operated with
out a receiver.
Tho re-organized company is com
posed principally of St. Louis men,
to whom the road is indebted, al
though six Harrison men, with one
(share of stock each, were among the
Turn that extra piece of not
needed furniture into cash. Some
body may want it. A Horald ad
will do It.
L. C. AVERILL
NEW ERA LODGE, I. O. O. F.
Meeta every Tuesday night. Vlsltlnu
mombors cordially invited to attend.
C. K. CHISM, N. G
W. B. O'CONNOR, Secretary
4 here Is more Catarrh In this section
r tho country than all other diseases
put together, and for years It was sup
posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly falling
to euro with local treatment, pronounced
it Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease,
Krcatly Influenced by constitutional con
ditions and thereforo requires constitu
tional treatment. HnU'H Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by F. J, Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional
remedy, Is taken Internally nnd acts
thru the Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces
of the System. Ono Hundred Dollars re
ward Is offered for any caso that Hall's
Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CH12NEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by DruRRlsts, 75c.
IIull'j Family l'llls for constipation
Fort Worth, Tex. Asserting that
he was a klansman, Robert L. (Dob)
Henry of Waco, former representa
tive in Congress, and now candidate
for the Democratic nomination for
United States Senator, speaking
here recently denounced the ene
mies of the Ku Klux Klan and said
the organization must and would
survive in Texas.
He annlyzcd what he said were
the tenets of the klan, declaring
that Christianity and White Su
premacy were two of its cardinal
principles and asked: "Should the
klan be destroyed because it puts
white man first?"
to be a member. We hurl defiance
at our enemies. Call on the battle'
We are ready for it from this day
to speak for the klan. I belong to
the Ku Klux Klan and feel honored
forward. We arc ready to contest
every inch of ground." He declared
" "I am clothed with full authority
that the strength of the klan in
Texas was growing dally.
"The present Governor will never
convene the Legislature, and if he
does, for the purpose of curbing the
klan, no law will be enacted pro
hibiting the activities of tho klan."
PEMISCOT FARM ,
LARGE IRON FIND
NEAR POPLAR BLUFF, MO.
Poplar Bluff, Mo., April 20. Ex
plorations by the Iron Exploration
Company, a subsidiary of the St
Louis Coke and Chemical Company
of Granite City, 111., on land in tho
Hillard district, live miles north of
Poplar Bluff have been most satis
factory. The prospects are stagger
ing. The search for iron, while just
started, has disclosed a finding of
probably 2,000,000 tons on a very
small area. Tho company is to put
in a big crusher, washer and aerial
tram for conveying the iron from
iho mines to the loading track.
Uso Herald want ads if you
want quick results.
Jake Williams of n&ar Concord
was in town Monday.
Wllco Curtnei" of Caruihcrsvillo
was here Tuesday looking after bus
Why Join the Farm Bureau?
Tho real queslton is not why
Bhould the farmer Join tho Farm
Bureau, but rathor why should any
farmer fail to join tho Farm Bu
reau? Organization is tho keynoto
of business today; evory form of
business has its own trade associa
tion, whether it be grocers, bakers,
steel mills, coal mines, exporters
or publishers. Such organizations
can and do protect the interest of
the members far in excess of any
thing which could bo done by the
Any man who met a thug at
night would be idiotic to jab at his
opponent with his lingers extend
ed; only by doubling them up into
a solid list can he hope to produce
any effect other than hurting him
self. So it is by effecting a solid
union of the farmers that effective
pressure can be brought to bear for
the solution of agricultural prob
lems. The work and efforts of in
dividual farmers toward the solu
tion of such pressing problems as
credit, transportation, orderly mar
keting, taxation, and interpretation
of price movements, are all helpful
but fall far short of tho possibili
ties of organized and united effort
And has the Farm Bureau actual
ly realized these possibilities? The
answer to this question is found In
the establishment of grain and live
stock marketing organizations, Its
co-operation in the development of
a cotton marketing company, and
the committees now studying the
same problem regarding fruits and
dairy products; in the enactment of
the emrgency tariff and the re-establishment
of the War Finance
Corporation, in the ten per cent re
duction in freight rates, in the elim
ination of the sales tax, and in the
growing understanding throughout
the country of the farmers' prob
lems. Further, the State and coun
ty farm bureaus are today writing
a similar record of achievement.
Does anyone imagine that the farm
er unorganized could have accom
plished such results? Or that tho
farmer organized has not been bene
fitted many times, more than its
Accordingly a farmer should joliw
the Farm Bureau becaufae it will do
for him the things he wants done
but which ho cannot do without the
co-operation of his fellow farmers.
He should join the Farm Bureau be
cause It can and dobs employ ex
perts to protect him from coming
evils and to .secure valuable and
helpful benefits to agriculture. I
should join because I could not con
scientiously accept these results un
less I had done my share in securing
them. I should join because I be
lieve In a better agriculture and
substantial economic justice in Its
rewards. I should join because I ap
prove of the work the Farm Bureau
has done and because I believe simi
larly valuable work will bo done in
tho future, Finally, I should join
because the Farm Bureau is march
ing forward to victory and I want
to be a part of this great movement.
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Women's Pure Silk Hose,
full fashioned, silk their full
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Men silk Hose in Black,
Brown, Green and other
Children's Three Quarter
length hose- in Butter Cup,
Romper Blue, Black, white
and Brown. Stockings in
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TELEPHONE 95 '
We announce tho following as can
didates subject to the Democratic pri
mary held Tuesday, August 1, 1922:
A DEPLORABLE TRAGEDY.
For Circuit Judge
C. E. BRAGG
For Circuit Clerk
ERNEST A. LONG
For County Clerk
For Collector of the Revenue
A. PARKER KERSEY
For Judge of Probate Court
W. E. (Ed) GOTCHER
B. B. SANDERS
For Recorder of Deeds
HARVEY E. AVERILL
JOHN W. GREEN
.For Constable, Hayti twp.
S. P. (Sid) OATES
We announce the following as
candidates, subject to the will of
tho Republican voters in the pri
mary election August 1:
Missourlan, Portageville: A very
deplorable tragedy occurred about
1 o'clock Sunday afternoon in
Louis Hacker's restaurant in Lil
bourn, where a crowd of partly in
toxicated men were engaged in a
game of cards. Hacker decided not
to play any more and got up and
left the table, going behind the
counter and getting his gun. A man
by the name of Gone Chambers,
who was also one of the players, fol
lowed him and begged him to play
again. Hackney told him not to
crowd him. Chambers said to him,
"Why, Louis, you would not shoot
anybody," when Hacker leveled the
gun at him and fired, the shot tak
ing effect in the right shoulder and
ranging out at the left shoulder,
killing him instantly.
Hacker was taken to New Mad
rid and placed in jail; his prelimi
nary trial was held before Justice
C. M. Shcllenbargor Tuesday; tho
testimony was such that the case
was not bailable, whereupon "he was
taken back to await the May term
of Circuit Court.
Hacker is a single man about 43
years of age. Chambers was a mar
ried man with several children. His
family Is living at Lilbourn.
The attorneys for the defense
arc R. P. Baynes of Parma and Val
Perkins of Lilbourn.
Try a for sale ad In tho Herald
and get results.
Henry Adams, quite aged, and an
old citizen of the county, living at
Gayoso landing, died last Monday
and was burled at Dry Bayou Tues
day. Mr. Adams had been in bad
health for some time and his death
was not unexpected. Ho leaves a
wife and several children. Mrs.
Adams is- lighthouse keeper at
For County Court Clerk
W. B. O'CONNOR
END FACTIONAL FIGHTS.
Omaha. Tho Bryan Democrats
and tho Hitchcock Democrats have
buried tho hatchet in Nebraska. It's
a miracle of politics and means prob
able success of Nebraska Democrats
this fall. For tho first time in 20
years there is no Bryan faction. For
tho first time in 20 years there is no
Hitchcock faction. A united Dem
ocracy has taken the place of the
two factions. Charles W. Bryan,
heir'to William J. Bryan in Nebras
ka, says so. Senator G. M. Hitch
cock says so.
"The Democratic party again finds
itself united and will lead tho fight
in Nebraska against inefficiency, 'ex
travagance, fads In government and
tho doubling and trebling the bur
dens of taxation," says Bryan in
a statement ho has just issued.
"Tho Domocratic party is a mccca
towards which the people of pro
gressive! thought may turn," con
tinues Bryan in his statement.
Senator Hitchcock will bo up for
re-election this fall. It Is said
Bryan Charles Bryan will bo a
candidate for tho Domocratic nomi
nation for Governor. If Bryan
should obtain tho nomination, Sena
tor Hitchcock will support him,
Hitchcock leaders say. Bryan has
made no announcement as to his
support of Hitchcock.
Tho Bryan and Hitchcock trouble
started over 20 years ago and has
raged ever since that time. It has,
at times, been responsible for the
defeat of tho Democratic candidates
in the State. But the Hitchcock
faction finally grew so strong that
Its candidates usually were elected.
20 Acres land and house to
rent at one-third and one-fourth
rent. Address Basil Heard, Haytl,
or J. S. Porter, 4448 Maryland Ave,
St. Louis, Mo. 24-26
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pullam are the
proud parents of a fine boy and the
youngster's name is Paul.
We are of your community and have to
depend on YOU and YOUR good
words for our patronage.
Is it any wonder that we
keep busy Building a Re
putation for Good Lum
ber, Right Prices and Fair
To satisfy you in every deal is more im
portant to us than the profit on the deal
Try us and see.
BILLY NETHERY, Manager
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