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THE MISSOURI HEJRA&D, HAYTI, MISSOURI
THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers
0. POPHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager
C. S. YORK, Editor
Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts.
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One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00
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Office Phone 94
Editorial, Night Phone 80
Residence Phone 47
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Congoleum ana linoleum we
put It down for you. Leller Har I
ware Co., Haytl. tf
Bring your eggs, butter and
chickens to F. E. Troutt, Haytl, for
the best cash prices.
Elmer Sparks, one of the soldier
boys encamped at Moberly, arrived
home the first of the week and is en
gaged in gathering his crop.
One Stratton oil stove for sale.
at Buckleys'. Cooks (luicker, burns
Gent's silver and gold bell
buckles, at Turnbaugh's Jewelry
Store, Caruthersvillc, Mo. 44-4T
Dr. W. A. Crockett and wife and
also BHHe Nethery Jr., of Steele are
here today visiting W.T.Nethery and
Farmers! Bring your country
butter, eggs and chickens to me and
get cash. F. E. Troutt, Hayti.
Ladies' Dressesof Poiret twills,
Canton Crepes, Satins, Tricotines
and Crepe de Chines, at Kohn's.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards are
the proud parents of a ten-pound b jy
born Tuesday, so says Dr. J. W.
llhodes, who officiated.
Cash talks Bring your coun
try produce to me. Highest prices.
P. E. Troutt, Haytl, Mo.
Have you! seen our new Fall
Hats? Now on display tit Kohn's.
" L. C. AVERILL
NEW ERA LODGE, U O. O. F.
MeetH every Tuomluy night. Vlsltlnu
memtieru cordially invited to attend.
C. K. CHISM, N. G
W. B. O'CONNOR, Secretary
State of Ohio. City ot Toledo,
Lucas County, sa.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
Is senior partner of tho firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
und that said firm will pay the sum ot
ONF, HUNDRED DOLLAKS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by tho use of HAL.TVS CATARRH
jSlEDICINn. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to beforo tne and subscribed In
my presence, this 6th day ot December,
A. D. 1&S6. A. W. GLEASON.
(Seul) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is tnkon In
timally and acts through tho Blood on
the Mucous Surfaces of tho System. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by all druKRlsts, T5c.
Hall's family puis for constipation.
HOW TO SAVE FUEL.
In this time of high-price coal, if
will be good news for the public to
loam that there is a remarkable
heater that uses fess fuel than any
base-burner made and furnishes
This stove simply turns the gas
from the stove into heat the most
valuable half of the coal is gas,
which Is distilled from tho bed of
burning coal and is continually col
lecting in the uppar part of the stovt
How to save this valuable gas and
turn it into heat is of intense inter
est to everyone. We refer to a stove
called Cole's Hot Blast, whirn can
be seen at Highflll-Neiflnd's Caruth
ersville. The secret of the remarkable fuel
saving air-tight construction lies in
the fart th.it Ccle's Hot Blast Heater
is really "two stoves in one;" i. e.
the ordinary oak stove, placed inside
a jointless boiler plate body, double
seamed and riveted bottom and side
absolutely .' ir-tight.
This air-tiht construction gives
perfect control of the air entering
the stove and is the secret of opera
tion in Cole's Fuel Saving Hot Blast
Draft. This draft tube extends
from the top center of the stove to
a point just over the fuel bed. Down
this tube a blast of fresh air heated
to over fiOO degrees Fahr3nhpit is
discharged over the surface c.i he ,
burning coal and thoroughly churn-j
ed and mixed with the valuable dis
tilled gas held above the lire and pre
vented from escaping up tho chim
ney by the air-tight construction.
This thorough mixture results in
the combination of the supe: heated
oxygen In the air with the carbon in
the valuable gas rising from the coal
and results iu perfect economical
The G. M Hayes homestead, at
Haytl, Mo. 52500 cash. See It. N
Brasher, Haytl, Mo. 37-tf
Rev. J. J. Wilson of Stanley wne
here Monday seeing after business.
Genuiue Victrolas- in full
sized cabinets nt only $65.00, at
Highflll-Nelfind Furniture Co., Ca
Get flashlights, also extra bat
teries and bulbs, always kept in
stock at "Wells Drug Co.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lumerate of
Stanley neighborhood are rejoicing
over the arrival of a fine, ten-pound
Big lino of silver plated table
ware, of tho choice patterns, at
Turnbaugh's Jewelry Store, Caruth
ersvllle, Mo. 44-4T
We announce the following as can
didates subject to the Democratic pri
mary held Tuesday, August 1, 1922;
For Circuit Judge
HENRY C. RILEY
FOR Prosecuting Attorney
SHELLEY I. STILES
For Circuit Clerk
ERNEST A. LONG
For County Clerk
HANS E. DOERNER
For Collector of the Revenue
A. PARKER KERSEY
For Judge of Probate Court
B. B. SANDERS
For Recorder of Deeds
JOHN W. GREEN
For Presiding Judge County Court
S. E. (Ed) JUDEN
For County Judge 1st Dlstrlct
F. M. PERKINS
For Justie of tho Peace Hayti Town
ship B. F. ALLEN
F. M. GWIN
For Constable, Hayti twp.
S. P. (Sid) OATES
We announce the following as
candidates, subject to the will of
the Republican voters in the pri
mary election August 1:
For Collector of the Revenue
T. R. COLE
A limited number of boarders
Nice, quiet place and just near
enough to both town and railroad
station for convenience. Apply to
M'-s. Otis I'ophiim.
Solid gold cased, 15 jeweler1
bracelet watches, from '2.00 up,
at Turnbaugh's Jewelry Store, Ca
rutberville. Mo. 44-4 5
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Morgan and son,
Charles Amos, drove up to Chain"
Sunday and visited friends for a fev
hours. On their return they weir
accompanldd by Miss Mayme Ilcarn
and little Miss Alma Jean Morgan
who had bean visiting there.
Perfection oil stoves, tho ki.-il
that gives tho least trouble and the
most satisfaction. Wo put them in
tho kitchen for you. Lcfler Hard
ware Co., Hayti. tf
A WEEK AFTER.
Genuine Victrolus in full
sized cabinets at only 505.00, at
Highflll-Neiilnd Fumnituro Co.,
Mrs. John T. Buckley, who has
boon with her mother at Lamar,
Ark., for several weeks, returned
home Monday morning. On the way
home she stopped over Sunday In
Memphis and visited Mrs, J. H.
Swain, nee Miss Verna Welborn.
Columbia Grafonolas, Sonora
phonographs and Freeman phono
graphs, at Turnbaugh's ,Tcwelr
Store, CaruthersvUlo, Mo. 44-4"
I School Clothes
Shoes and stockings for girls and boys of all sizes. '
Pants of wool or cotton in many neat and pretty patterns. .Quality;
.and price guarantee satisfaction.
Girls' Middy Dresses and Gingham Dresses for school girls who like
to look pretty and attractive.
Dress goods in pretty patterns of tissue gingham, voile, gingham,
percale and serges, and woolen for winter dresses.
WbyDodtYm Get That RoyalTtoiloied Look?
7 nu store is tne aumorjzea rcstaent acaiertor
RooafTallofd-to-Mtaiun Suits and OottcaaU
Royal TalloHd-to-Mtatun Suks and OffcaaU
p The terrible wreik of the Frlscr
passenger train at Star landing last
Friday morning , 7G miles south of
St. Louis, was told In this paper last
week and, as was more fully told hi
the dnily papers, tool: two lives and
Injured more or less seriously over
a half hundred.
One of the lives lost was that of
Shamel Yearta of Hayti, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Win, Yearta; the other was
that of John T. Warnmth of Gibson
Tenn., uncle of James T. Jackson oi
this city. So, In fatalities, Hayti in
terest was fatefully kindred. While
the Yearta funeral was being held
here Sunday afternoon, another
funeral, of the other victim, was
being held in Tennessee, not mor
thun a hundred miles away. Be
sides the two fatalities several from
different parts of Pemiscot county
were injured, namely: Ralph McEf
vain, Caruthersville; Julius Slssall,
Roy Price, William Steele, Thomai
I, Brooks and his son, Gerald
Brooks, all of Steele. None of t':'
injuries are thought to be serious,
it is said.
Thomas I. Brooks and his son are
Mjell known citizens of the south end
of the county, having recently rp
t timed there after several yeir
spent at Redlands, California. The
we're returning from St. Louis where
tluy had been to purchase an open
ing stock of goods for a store the
expect to shortly open at Steele
Shamel Yearta, the unfortunrtc
youth who lost his life, as was told
in these columns last week, was re
turning from a visit to his mother
who for Fbme time has been in a
hospital at Farmlngton. Shamel
was very devoted to his parents ane
to his grandmother, Mrs. Shouse,
with whom tho Yeartas made the!
home. Once a week he wrote to hii
mother at the hospital, and it wn
on his return from a visit to her
before entering school that he met
his death on the ill-fated train.
Shamel was born December 1
!j300, and while almost a man in
size, was a mere boy in age.
The exact manner of Shamel'
death has not been determined, but
his heud was so badly crushed, as
well as his body, it is almost certain
that he was killed instantly and
was Insensible to the dreadful cas
uallty that wrought such terrible
William Yearta, the boy's father,
went to St. Louis last Saturday and
returned here with the body for
burial, arriving early Sunday morn
ing. Tho funeral was held at the fam
ily residence .at 3 o'clock Sunday af
ternoon, being conducted by Rev
A. II. Culbertson, pnstor of tho Meth
odist church, of which Shamel was
Rov. Culbertson made a short but
impressive address, after which a
long lino -of sympathetic friends fol
lowed tho body to Woodlawn cem
otory whero interment was made.
Tho sympathy of tho entire com
munity was shown by tho large
crowd that attended the funeral, the
largest, perhaps, that over attended
a funeral in Hayti beforo.
Thoro were many moist eyes.
Sympathy, was shown In the soft
ened melody 6f tho songs, the plaint
iveness of tho prayers, and In the
earnest tones of the preacher as he
read from the book:
"Man passes as the shadow."
No death has caused sadder re
gret to this community; no suffering
of bereaved ones has received deep
The ways of fato are strange, and
the sudden taking away of the life
of this young man is hard to under
. "Lengthened breath
Is not the sweetest Klft God sends his
And that sometimes tho sable pall of
death ,, ....
Conceals the, falrost bloom His love
can Bend. ... .
If we could push ajar the Ktes of
And atund within and all CJod'B work
We could Interpret ull this doubt and
And for oacli mystery would Hnd a.
And If through patient toll we reach
Where weary feet, with muhI'i's Ioojo,
Then we yliull know and ule.irly un
derstand I think that we shall say 'God knows
Parker Kersey, collector, and Er
nest Long, circuit court clerk, were
Haytl visitors Monday.
Ratinec, all colors, 90c
yard, at Kohn's.
Andrew Dorris and family spent
several days on a camp hunt last
week in Little River bottom. They
reported a scarcity of squirrels, not
being able to bag many.
Pure country sorghum in bulk.
Get some today, at Buckleys'.
Two Ways of
Killing Your Car
The first is by using a sledge hammer
The second is simple NEGLECT
Either one is highly effective, and both should be scru
You might just as well use a sledge hammer on your
car as to continue running if when it is not in condition
Please bear in mind that we do all kinds of automobile
repair work, promptly, efficiently and economically.
We sell Fisk tires and tubes
D. R. DORTCH W. J. DORRIS
D. & D. GARAGE
We Are Open For
An interview any time you are looking for something
The Eating Line
We carry a complete stock of the best fresh meats,
cured meats, groceries, and vegetables and fruits in
season, and our prices are the loiwest consistent with
Let Us Serve You
Sanitation Our Watchword
Highest Market Price Paid for Produce
White Star Market
Phone 90 J. E. McFALL, Prop.
Only Safe Way
There is only one safe way to conserve your income :
Deposit it when received in a strong, reliable bank,
and make your payments by check. You can then tell
at any time just where your money has gone, and
every check you issue becomes a receipt. This bank
places at the command of its depositors many facilities
which contribute to the safety of their funds.
BANK OF HAYTI
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