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Choicest of foods and fruit for the 3ummer table, and
for picnic parties.
Cold Luncheon Meats
Vegetables in Seasen
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Watch next week for our big FREE offer it is worth
$65.00 to you.
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L. C. AVERILL
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cine la what produces such wonderfu
results In catarrhal conditions. Send fo,
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All Druggists, 75c.
Hull's Family PIIU for constipation
Wheat and Hay
Machinery FOR SALE
Chas. A. Greenwell,
1 12 miles east of State highway.
2 12 miles south of Hayti, and
Postoffice: Caruthersville, R. 1
Double-face, 1SS8S) You Can
Have Ev'ry Light on Broadway and
Lovcy Dove, 7Gc. Highnil-Nelllnd
Furniture Co., Caruthersville, Mo.
A small child of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Horner, near town, was se
verely bitten by a vicious dog Tues
day. The Homers ware hoeing col
ton and the child came in contact
with a neighbor's dog when it went
in the yard to play. It was biull
bitten about the face, but after be
ing treated by Dr. Crowe, to whom
it was brought, it is reported as do
--Uig line of tho famous Sherwin-Williams
paints and varnishes.
Attractive prices. Reinhard-Mc-Mullen
Lumber Co., phone C3.
Arthur Allen drove up to Illmo
Tuesday in his Overland, returning
Wednesday. He went up to visit
his brother, Walter, and brought the
two sons of the latter home with
put it down for you.
ware Co., Hayti.
Sheriff Robertson of Caruthers
ville attended to official business in
Bread for Contentment
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There is a Quality Difference
We Insist on
GOLDEN CRUST BREAD
Littlo folks can't bo happy and gay unless little stomachs aro
working right. Keep tho homo sun shining with plenty of
DREAD natures food for contentment. It'u all food and all
good. They'll eat twice as much of It.becauso It's twice aa do
licious. For sale by
F. E. TROUETT and WHITE STAR MARKET
For Collector of tho Revenue of
Pemiscot county Judge T. R. Cole
authorizes The Missouri Herald to
announce his cnndldncy, subject to
the wish of the Republican voter?
in tho August primary.
Judge Cole is at present Associate
Judge of the County Court, repre
senting District No. 1, the same be
ing tho north half of tho county. He
was elected to this- office two years
ago and through this .means he has
become acquainted with most of the
people of tho county.
His home it at Pascola, where ho
is largely interested in farming. He
came from Illinois, and since he has
been residing here he husjielped de
velop some 1500 acres of land for
himself and others. Ho Is a director
of tho Southeast Missouri Agricul
tural Bureau, also director ,of , tho
Pemiscot County Farm Bureau. He
is progressive and takes a leading
part in everything calculated to ben
efit his neighbors and the communi
ty In general. Ho has been presi
dent of the Pascola school board sev
eral years, and due to his work there
tho schools have been considerably
However, perhaps the most impor
tant public service Judge Cole has
rendered since coming here is in Un
building of the Kennett, Hayti and
Caruthersville highway, and for this
he is due much credit. He was one
of the road commissioners and only
praise and commendation is due him
for his service in this respect.
While the man who writes this
has no personal acquaintance witn
Judge Cole, wo can say, from in
formation we have of him that he
is a man of many admirable quali
ties. One thing in particular we ad
mire in him is the fact that he is
broad-minded enough not to regard
criticism of official acts as personal.
In this he shows that he considers
the office belongs to the people, not
the official. While this paper hatf
criticised some of Judge Cole's of
ficial acts, he realizes that to be our
duty. Another thing to bo admired
about Judge Cole he is open in
what he does. He does not try 10
hide or covsr up his tracks. While
we differ with Judge Cole politically
and otherwise, we want him to have
full credit for what he does, and he
has considerable to his credit on
that score. Possibly he has done
some things that, if he had to do
over, he would not do again. But
those of us who do not make mis
takes are out in the cemetery.
Judge Cole is competent to fill the
office for which he is asking, and if
nominated and elected he promises
to render the most efficient service
he is capable of giving.
Rod Seal Record.74745 Mid
summer Night's Dream, by Toscani
11 i and La Scala Orchestra, High-flll-Neiflnd
Furniture Co., Caruth
L. L. Lefler is putting waterworks
at the grade school this week, and
net week will install the same at
the high school. Geo. Meredith, the
plumber, is doing tho work, which Is
a sufficient guarantee that it will be
Double-face, 18891 Some Sun
ny Day and Rosy Posy, 75c. High-ilir-Neiflnd
Furniture Co., Caruth
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Watklns are
receiving congratulations of friends
over the recent arrival of a fine,
nine-pound son. Mr. and Watkln?'
home is at Bassett, Ark., but at pres
ent they are with Mrs. Watkins'
mother, Mrs. Cora Reno, In this city
Perfection oil stoves, tho lclwl
that gives tho least trouble and the
most satisfaction. Wo put thorn In
tho kitchen for you. Lefler Hard
ware Co., Hayti. tf
Mr. Holly, a farmer of Black Is
land paid this office n short call last
Saturday. Ho lives up in tho over
flow district and says his loss by wa
ter this spring was not less than
Women's dress slippers, kid anil
patent leather, at ?3.50 per pair, at
Littlo Misses Lucille Jackson and
Celesta Sturm loft yesterday fot
Capo Girardeau, where they will
visit friends several days.
Emerson fans, oscillating and
non-oscillating. All sizes. Lefler
Hardware Co., Hayti. tf
Professor and Mrs. E. O. Hooker
are visiting rolutlves In Browning,
Mo nlso other towns In tho north
ern part of tho State.
Juaufta, Finest Silk and Omega
plain flour, at Buckloys',
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
Noah C. Hawkins authorizes The
Missouri Herald to place his nnmo
before our readers as a candidate ftr
tho office of Prosecuting Attorney,
subject to tho cholco of tho Demo
cratic primary August 1, next.
Mr. Hawkins is 45 years old just
In the prime of life. Ho was born
In Kentucky, rljut lived mostly In
Tennessee before coming to Mlssouil
He came to Caruthersville In tho
winter of 19 'G, and has since resided
there and practiced law.
Mr. Hawkins is a graduate of
Cumberland University, Lebanon,
Teiin., including the law department
Mr. Hawkins Is at present prac
ticing law In partnership with C. G.
Shepard and has built up a largo
clientele. He is an able and ener
getic lawyer, and with his long ex
perience and determination Is fully
competent to make Pemiscot county
a first-class Prosecuting Attorney.
Ho has a clean record. He is
honest, fair, and above all, persist
ent and determined.
Mr. Hawkins Is not the sort of
man to blow and boast about what
he has done and is going to do, but
prefers to be judged by his desds.
So those who are not acquainted
with him should investigate his
high standing and worth before
casting their vote.
IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT.
John I. Stephens and family, with
the exception of John I., Jr., were In
a serious auto accident one day last
week while driving In their home
town, Tulsa, Okla. Their car was
about twenty feet In the rear of a
largo furniture van or truck, when
a large, seven-passenger Packard
driven by an intoxicated Indian, ra.t
into the truck, knocking it upon th
Stephens car and completely demol
ished same. Helen, the daughter
who was driving suffered serious in
juries, several ribs being nearly bro
ken, and bruised otherwise. Mr. and
Mrs. Stephens and Elmer, Jr., were
severely bruised and the latter re
ceived severe cuts about the face.
The car was completely torn up, and
it is miraculous that the family es
caped with their lives. J
John I. Stephens is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Stephens of this
city, and has been living in Okla
homa for several years.
You won't gain anything by putting off
longer the building of that house or shed.
The time to build is
While You Think of It
Song Records 1SSS4 Mammy
Lou and Pick Me Up and Lay Me
Down in Dear Old Dixieland, 75c.
Highfill-Nelflnd Furniture Co., Ca
B. A. McKuy, State attorney, ac
companied by his wife and son, was
In Hayti Tuesday seeing after official
nitnnft op puiimcwtiox.
STATP: OF MISSOUW.
County of Pomi.scot s-h.
In tlie Circuit Court, July term,
Joseph P. Hill, Plaintiff,
Kiln Hill. Defendant.
Now at this day conies the riutntlff
herein, by attorneys, Mayes & (ioiaom,
ami files his petition unci allldnvlt. al
leging, among other things, that l)e
fendnnt. Kiln Hill, Is not n resident of
tho Stnte of Missouri, so that the ordl
nnry process of law cannot he served
upon her within this Stute.
Whereupon, It Is oidered by the
Cleric in vacation that said Defendant
be notined by publication thnt Plain
tiff has commenced n suit ngulnst het
In this Court, the object and general
nature of which Is to dissolve h3
bonds of matrimony heretofore con
tracted between Plaintiff and said De
fendant, on tho grounds of general
indignities and desertion, and that un
less the said 151 la Hill bo nnd appear
at this Court, at tho next term thore
of, to bo begun and lioldcu nt tho
Court House In the city of Caruthers
ville, in said County, on the 17th day
of July, next, and on or before the
first day of said term, unless further
tlmo bu granted by tho Court, answer
or demur to the Potltlon in said causo.
the snmo will ho tnken ns confessed,
and judgment will bo rendered accord
And it is Further Orderou, that a
copy hereof ho published, according to
law, In The Missouri Herald, a nows
pupor published in said County of
Pemiscot, for four weeks successively,
published at least once a week, the
last Insertion to he at least tlfteen
days bofoio tho first day of said next
July Term of this Court.
KRNKST A. T.ONO.
A true copy from tho record.
Witness my hand and seal of the
Circuit Court of Pemiscot County, this
2nd dny of June, 1922.
(Seal) KRNKST A. LONG,
We have lost the sale of many a bill of
lumber through procrastination on the
part of the "should be" builder. But
HE lost the comforts of the new home.
BILLY NETHERY, Manager
ply to the Architect for Information.
8. The Aichltect will be present at
the letting of the Contract to answer
any question pertaining to tho work
that may arise, and it is expressly un
derstood that no Bidder shall claim a
misunderstanding ns to nature, loca
tion, or extent of the work after tho
contract has been let.
0. All payments will be made In
cash, and will be made as follows:
At the lust of tho mouth the Architect
will tnnko nut 1111 t?stim:itc nf tlit
amount of work done, and material I
furnished, during the month, and be
tween the 1st nnd 15th of the follow
ing month, the Contractor shall re
ceive 85 per cent of said estimate.
After the work hns been completed
and accepted by the proper olllclnls.
the contractor shall receive the re
maining 15 per cent or such an amount
as shall ienutlu after deducting
amount previously paid.
10. Each bid must be accompanied
by a certified check in an amount
equal to 5 per cent of LSId, made paya
ble to the City Treasurer, of Hayti.
Missouri, and shall be forfeited nnd
become tho property of said City, If
the successful Bidder refuses or neg
lects to enter Into a contract and fur
nish Bond to said City within tlfteen
days after awarding of tho contract.
Checks will be returned to unsuccess
ful Bidders after the contract has
Done by order of tho Board of Al
dermen, this 23d dny of May, 1922.
(Seal.) J. II. WILKS, Mayor.
Attest: S. P. OATHS, City Clerk.
XOTICI3 OF TIIUSTUR'S S.VIiH,
.OTICIJ TO rONTHACTOItS.
Sealed bids will bo received at tho
olllco of tho City Clerk, Hayti. Mis
souri, up to 12 o'clock noon, Monday,
June 5, 1922, for furnishing innturlnl,
equipment, nnd labor, and constructing
comploto City Hall, and Oarago for
Plans and specifications aro on file
at tho olllco of tho City Clerk,
1, All bids must bo sealed and di
rected to tho City Clerk, Hayti, Mis
souri, and marked "Bid for Construct
ing City Hall."
8. Bids must no llled with tho City
lock, Hayti, Missouri, before 12
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3. Bidders must give their nuiucs
nnd nddrebs In full.
I, The accompanying plan, showing
tho location of tho proposed City Hall,
Is made a part of thoso specifications
5, Bidders nro requested to bo
present at tho opening of tho Bids.
0, Tho City reserves tho right to
reject any and nil bids, and no Bid
will bo considered unless uindo In ac
cordance with tho requirements of tho
Plans nnd Specifications.
7. Tho Plana uud Specifications aro
Intended to bo explanatory of oacb
other, but should any discrepancies
arise, or variations appear between
any of tho druwlntfu, parties must up-
Notlce Is hereby given, that where
as Max Segal, a single man, by bis cer
tain deed of trust, dated tho 29th day
of May, 1919, nnd recorded In Book 7ii,
at page S3 of the records In tho olllco
of tho recorder of Pemiscot County,
Missouri, same being one of tho laud
iccords, convoyed to W. A. Barnes, the
undersigned trustee, all bis Intel est
In and to tho following described real
estate, situate, lying and being in tho
county of Pemiscot and State of .Mis
souri, to-wlt: All of tho west half of
tho northwest quarter of section six
teen (16) and the south half of the
southwest quarter of bectlou nine (9),
all In township twenty, range thirteen
east la Pemiscot county, Missouri.
Which &uld conveyance was mado
to secure tho payment of a certain
nolo therein particularly described and
whereas the said noto is now lung
past duo and is wholly unpaid and tho
conditions of said deed of trust there
Now therefore. I, the said trustee, at
the request of the legal holder of said
note nnd In accordance with tho pro
visions and stipulation of said deed of
trust and by virtue of the authority In
me vested by said deed as trustee,
hereby give notice that I will on
SATUHDAY, JUNi: 10, 1922,
at the Court House in the city of Ca
ruthersville. county of Pemiscot and
State of Missouri, between the hours
of nlno o'clock In the forenoon and
five o'clock In the afternoon of that
day, offer for sale at public auction,
for cash In bund, all of the above do
scilbed real estate for the purpose or
paying the said note, Interest and,
Given under my hnnd this uth day of
28-31 "VV. A. BAUNI3S,
STOTICE OP DISSOLUTION
Notice Is hereby given that tho firm
of Hagemunn & Moore dissolved par
tnership on Saturday, May 6, 1922, and
all accounts payable and accounts re
ceivable of said firm, Hagemann &
Moore, are assumed by Moore Brothers,
composed of J. V. Moore and Don Moore
This 8th day of May, 1922.
V. G. HAGEMANN,
J. V. MOORE. ,
of meeting of the Stockholders of
the Hnytl Building and Loan Associa
tion to Increase Capital Stock.
To the Stockholders of the Hayti
Building nnd Loan Association:
Pursuant to tin order of the Board
of Directors of the Hayti Building and
Loan Association In rogulur adjourn
ed mooting held In Hayti, Missouri, on
Wednesday, April tho 12th, 1922, a
meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Hayti Building and Loan Association
Is hereby called to be hold in tho Board
lloom of said Association, on Wednes
day, Juno 14th, 1922, at eight o'clock
p. m., for tho purpose of voting upon
n proposition of increasing tho capital
stock of said Association to $300,000.
Dono by Order of tho Board of Di
rectors of tho Hayti Building and Lean
Association at its regular adjourned
meottng of April 12th. 1922.
J. W. JOHNSON,
President of tho Hayti Building and
L. J. BANKER,
Secrotnry of tho Hayti Building and
Loan Association. 23-31
FOR QUALITY MONUMENTS, SEE
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E. D. JOHNSON,
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Work Erected Any Pine. Designs Cheerfully Furn
ished to Those Interested.
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