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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
n Awakening j
A Number oPThings
Must be Considered . 2
Public opinion governs the success of a pharmacist.
In awakening public appreciation many things must
This applies especially to the druggist, for a high
standard of efficiency and honesty is demanded of
Our steadily increasing trade convrnces us that the
people of this community approve of our methods.
We realize that the interests of our customers and
ourselves are mutual.
Reasonable prices at this time when there is so much
complaint about profiteering should provide further
evidence of our fairness.
We never have believed that immediate profit is the
thing to strive for in a family drug store.
If the service is right, profit will in the long run take
care of itself.
THE APPHOACHINS ELECTION
The Store That Courts Public Favor ?
JIBE AT SPENCER GETS
LAUGH AT CONVENTION.
Resolution Proposes Delegates Join
in Singing "You Got to Quit Kick
ing My Dog Around.
Jefferson City, Mo., July 6. Sena
ator Spencer's predicament as the re
sult of his widely advertised lettar
to Attorney-General Barrett, offer
ing him a Cabinet pobt to refrain
from running for United States Sen
ator, got attention from the consti
tution convention today.
Paul S. Cromwell, a Republican
delegate from Kansas City, intro
duced a petition and remonstrance
"It is hereby declared in the
namo of humanity, and in view of
the stormy seas and thorny path
now being traveled by the junior
Senator from Missouri in Washing
ton, that this convention presents
its compliments to Senators Cara-
Men's pin check pants, cool and
comfortable for summer wear, at
Otto F. Kassel and his cousin,
"Peg" Meyer, of Cape Girardeau
are assisting the band in making
music for the celebration of the
United Farmers of America in this
city today. Mr. Kassel, wife ami
mother, Mrs. D. J. Heard and Mr.
Meyer came down in a car yesterday
afternoon, making the trip in three
hours and 50 minutes. .All, with
the exception of the elder Mrs. Kas
sel and Mr. Meyer were once resi
dents of this city and their many
friends always welcome them.
vH? 71 IW rill
Bay this Cigarette and Save Money
Green Arrow soap chips, pure
soaps, quicker and more economical,
Joe McFall of the White Star Mar
ket happened to quite a serious acci
dent Tuesday. In some way he fell
and dislocated his right shoulder.
He went over to Kennett and had an
X-ray photo made of the injury and
after the injured member was put in
place, returned home, and is about
his place of business as usual. It
will be several days yet before Mr.
McFall can use his arm to any great
Shot gun shells in any guage or
load, at Buckleys'. Come on, let's
go squirrel hunting.
way and Stanley, and all Join beforo
adjournment in singing Mlsspuri's
anthem: 'It Makes No Difference if
Ho is a Hound, You Got to Quit
Kicking Our Dog Around."'
The delegates all laughed, which
ended the incident, as President
Shartell smilingly ruled It out of
CANDIDATE FOR THE
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR
Subject to the Decision of the
Primary August 1, 1922
Your Support Respectfully Solicited
County, State and nation are ap
proaching the time when they will
?elcet men to make, interpret and
enforce the laws that shall govern a
tree people, and ii may be in place
lo 3ay just here that the civic free
dom consists mainly in the choice
given the people at the polls.
In spite of the fact that elections
ara the main if not the only af
franchise of freedom, many will fail
to go to the polls at the coming pri
mary and general elections, and
will lose an inestimable privilege of
expressing their choice, and exercis
ing a high right of freemen.
Pardon 113, reader, if we remind
you that there is no duty or demand
that is of sufficient importance to
keep you from the polls on election
day. Many of the best men and
women will let some trivial thing
keep them away from the polls. That
i3 why bad men get in olilce 30 often
and the country is cursed with bad
laws, poor law-enforcement and un
just courts the best people fall to
take the interest they should in elec
tions. If one has-the opportunity to ex
press his choice between the candi
dates and fails to do so, it is his
own fault; if the governmental
matters are not to his liking, he has
no kick coming, and should shut his
mouth on complaints.
The crook, the fellow with a vote
to sell, the Ignorant voter, the care
less character all are at the polls
and vote early and often, also, if
the better class of voters are not
on guard. It is the better class
of citizen who stays away, and then
raises hell afterward about "the
country going to the dogs."
It is not only the duty of every
good man and woman to vote, but'
they ought to vote only for men .and
measures that will insure "The
Greatest Good to the Greatest Num
ber." If Special Interests, Predatory
Wealth, Crime and Oppression are
on one side, it is your duty to your
self, your family, your friend and
your country to take the opposite
side to these. Don't be a fool to be
driven by the "Party Lash" to vote
against your best interests. Think
for yourseff. Don't be always a
dumb, driven ass. Don't let past
partisan prejudice drive you. Take
the time to study the principles,
policies and practices of the various
parties, and know don't "guess,"
or "think," but know if either or
any are making law for the benefit
of a few against the interests of the
f'reat Common People.
Read the papers and find out:
1. Who gave millions of the peo
ples' money from the National treas
ury to the railroads who didn't need
j it and don't deserve it.
2. Who allowed these railroads
to raise their rates and decrease the
wages of their laborers.
::. "Who took the "tax off tin
pocketbook of the rich by reducing
the tax on the larger incomes more
than they reduced tax on the small
er incomes, and now are, talking of
a "Sales Tax" on things, mostly
things all the people have to buy,
thereby taking the burden of ex
pense off the rich, who can afford to
bear it, and placing it on the shoul
ders of the poor and moderately
able, who are already over-burdened
4. Who wants to take from the
people the right to select the men
who govern them by destroying the
primary election laws and putting
nominations back in the hands of
"conventions" that can be controlled
by criminals and organized greed.
5. Ascertain what party it is
that wants to subsidize (give bo
nuses to) tho million dollar corpora
tions owning ships, and yet delays
giving a bonus to men who offered
their lives to their country's service.
0. Find out which party so mon
keyed with the Reserve Bank law
till in two years Reserve Banks havo
made millions where thoy wore not
intended to make a dime, but were
intended to furnish money to all
kinds of people and business, so as
to make and keep prices of labor,
farm products, etc., good, but now
while tho farm products and labor
prices are going down, money is
flowing like water in New York, till
the Reserve Bank there recently lent
ono movie firm $130,000,000, more
money than the Eighth District Re
serve Bank of St. Louis had to lend
to its 897 corresponding banks to
help the people of Missouri and the
Investigate. Find out who is do
ing these things against YOUR in
terests, and cease being a partisan
ass, and assert your independence,
and punish theso miscreants as In
diana, Pennsylvania and Iowa have
Go to tho polls. Vote. Vote for
the best party, the best principles,
the best interests of yourself and the
groat body of people. Ed. P. Crowe
In Doxter Statesman, '
THE PRIMARY ROAD?
What nbout the Primary Road?
That is the question everybody is
As we go to press this, Friday
morning, we are glad to be, able to
inform our readers that the road la
to bo built according to tho routes
recommended by the onglneers. Very
little, if any, changes will be made in
any of the six roads of this class to
be built through tho State of Mis
souri three east and west and three
north and south. No changes at all
ore to be made in Route No. 4, run
ning south from Hannibal to Ca
ruthersvllle. This route will come
through Portageville and Hayti,
thence to Caruthersville. This Is
all we could want or ask at thl3 time
and we have great cause to congrat
ulate ourselves that we havo drawn
such a rich prize. The fortune of
Pemiscot county is now assured.
And this good fortune is the result
of all factions working together, a
lesion, we hope, that has been learn
ed that will govern our future ac
tions. Hayti was represented at the
open session of the State Highway
Commission at Jefferson City by Dr.
J; W. Johnson, L. L. Letter, W. N.
Rankin, Ed Brittln and B. L. Guffy,
all of whom have returned. All of
these gentlemen are more than satis
fied with the harmonious co-operation
of all concerned, and the assur
ance that the route of the road will
remain as mapped by the engineers,
with possibly some minor changes
that may be worked out later.
More than 3500 men and women
from all sections of Missouri defied
the sizzling July heat and attended
this important conference. It is said
by those who attended that the gath
ering looked more like an old-time
political convention to nominate
candidates for State offices than any
public demonstration that has been
held at Jefferson City for a long
The routing of this road in nowise
affects the State Highway running
from Hayti to the Arkansas line, nor
the one running east and west from
Kennett to Caruthersville via Hayti.
These roads will be built as already
planned. So, when the people in the
south part of the county come to un
derstand the situation in detail,
they will see that they have nothing
to complain of. As soon as it 1.5 ad
visable to do so, we shall publish
full details of the whole proceedings,
which we consider the most poten
tial of any enterprise, with perhaps
the single exception of the ouiidlng
of the levees and ditches, that Ins
ever cast its rainbow of prr mise
above the horizon of our hopes H
means something, something" that
few can realize. It will add to
the value of every foot of land fifty
miles in both directions through the
country it traverses.
Extra strength vinegar and
pickling spices, at Buckleys'.
W. T. Nethery, local manager of
the East Arkansas Lumber Co., has
iiad some artistic improvements
made in the bookkeeper's olilce of
his concern recently, which adds
much to th apparance of the place,
and it is worthy of mention. The
manager and his helpers have been
very busy in their line during the
past few weeks, which is indicative
of the building boom for this town
and section, and which will probably
not reach high tide before Christ
mas. There is not an idle carpenter
painter, paper hanger or bricklayer
in town, which shows that the delay
in building is about over, and that
the rush is getting well under way.
Congoleum and linoleum we
put it down for you. Lefler Hard
ware Co., Hayti. tf
No, 2 size tin cans for tomatoes
and other fruit, at Buckleys'.
Dr. J. V. Moore returned last night
from Memphis, Tenn., where he at
tended a three-days meeting of the
.Dixie Veterinary Medical Associa
tion. The Doctor states a great time
was had by tho visiting fraternity
find much business was attended to.
In tho election of officers Dr. Moore
was chosen secretary for the asso
ciation, an office requiring consider
able ability and business experience,
and we bellove tiieir choice was wise
in -this respect.
Shredded wheat, puffed wheat,
Kellogg's toasted corn Hakes and
Post Toastles, at Buckleys'.
Mrs. J, E. Duncan and three of the
children have been confined to their
rooms for several days with attacks
of influenza, Mrs. Duncan and Miss
Madge Leo being quite sick. Dr.
Crowe reports several cases in his
practice, but is pulling thorn all out
in the course of a few days.
Domino powdered sugar and
old-fashion brown sugar, at Buck
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Designs Cheerfully Furn-
The G. M. Hayes homestead, at
Hayti, Mo. $2500 cash. See "R. N.
Brasher, Hayti, Mo. 37-tf
Tom Hunter of Caruthersville,
traveling salesman, was looking after
the interset of his company here last
Whereas, by tlielr certain deed of
trust, bearlne date of the 7th day of
January. 1920, beinf? duly acknowl
edged and recorded In recoal trust
hook number 73, at pajro 182. being
one of the land records of the County
of Pemiscot, and State of Missouri,
W. D. Hudcens and Emma Hudgens,
hlB wife, conveyed to Fred Morgan, as
trustee, the following described real
estate, with all Improvements there
on, lying, being and situate in the
County of Pemiscot and State of Mls
All of Lot Ten (10), In Block Twenty-tour
(24). being the southwest cor
ner of Block Twenty-four (24), of
Ontes First Addition to the City of
Hayti. I'emlscot County, Missouri.
Which said conveyance was In trust
to secure the payment of certain prom
issory notes, therein particularly de
scribed; and, whereas, default has
been made In the payment of said
notes and the interest thereon.
AVhereas, tho said trustee, Fred
Morgan, having refused to act. now.
therefore, I, VT. P. Robertson, sheriff
and acting trustee, at the request of
the legal holder of said notes, and In
accordance with the provisions and
stipulations of said deed of trust, and
by virtue of the authority vested in
me. will on
MOXDAY. AUGUST 14, 1922.
at, the Court House door. In the City
of Caruthersville, Pemiscot County,
State of Missouri, between the hours
of nine o'clock In the forenoon and
five o'clock in the afternoon of that
lay. offer for sale, at public auction, to
Hie highest bidder, for cash In hand,
all of the above described real estate
to pay said notes with costs of exe
cuting this trust.
W. P. ROBERTSON,
Sheriff and Acting Trustee.
You Can Stand Hot Weather
much better if your liver and bowel
are functioning properly but don't
take harsh, weakening purgatives.
Keep regular with
Clears the liver and rids ths bowels
of irritating, poisonous accumula
tions. Helps to ward off and to bring
relief from Rheumatism and Auto
intoxication, to banish the gloom oi
biliousness, and to correct the effects
of dietary errors.
PEOPLES DRUG STORE
I warn 831
Phone No. 95
Mrs. Max Friedman and daughter,
Miss Anna, of Clarksdale, Mississ
ippi, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman "Wolf
son of Puxico, and Mrs. Frankle and
son of New Madrid, visited the fami
ly of I. Kohn this week, each having,
at thin time, returned to their respec
Old papers, large package for
5c, at this office. Handy for use
aruond the home, at picnics, lunch
stands, and many places. Get them
while we have a supply on hand.
THERE is nothing more comfortable
or satisfying than a home proper
ly built, according to your own idea.'
OUT of such an investment you gain
more pleasure than from the rental
of the finest home in town.
PLAN to build a home of your own
as soon as you can, and we advise
you to come here for materials.
BILLY NETHERY, Manager
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