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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
The County Candidates and at least one other
good speaker will address the voters on the
dates and places herein set out. All appoint
ments at 7:30 p. m.
Monday, Oct. 23, - Oak Ridge
Tuesday, Oct. 24, - - Denton
Wednesday, Oct. 25, - Deering
Thursday, Oct. 26, - Micola
Friday, Oct. 27, - Dry Bayou
Saturday, Oct. 28, - Hayward
RED GROSS JOINS IN
Two Texas Communities Are Rid of
Malaria After Year's Work.
Come out and meet the Candidates and hear
the issues discussed.
E. Stout snag proof boots,
Buckleys'. They are the best.
put it down for you.
ware 'Co., Hayti.
Btato of Ohio. City of Toledo,
Lucas County, as.
tanlc J. Clienoy makes oath that h
1s senior partner of tho firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
nnd every case of Catarrh that cannot ba
cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH
AIEDICINC. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1SSG. A. W. GLEASON.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken in
ternally and acts through the Blood on
the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send
lor testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo. O,
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Perfection cil stoves, tho kifld
that gives the least trouble and the
most satisfaction. We put them in
the kitchen for you. Letter Hard
ware Co., Hayti. tf
HOW TO STORE POTATOES.
We doubt if anybody greatly mis
understands the now tariff. We, the
people, are often much shrewder
than we are given credit for. Fox
popuii, so to speak.
Look! Listen! Take notice!
The Baptist Ladies Aid will hav0 a
lish-fry on election day, November 7.
Everybody come. 4S-52
When the man with real informa
tion intervenes In an argument, his
remarks are usually followed by
deep, dense silence.
Corn and Hay Wanted
Loaded on Cars
Will pay highest market cash price for
Snapped Corn and Alfalfa Hay loaded
on cars anywhere. See or write
S. C. POPHAM, Hayti, Mo.
(Prepared by U. S. Dept. of Agri.)
The requirements for the sucres
lul storing of potatoes are summed
up by the United States Department
of Agriculture as follows:
The tubers must be protected
from extremes of heat and cold. A
temperature ranging from :J.r to oO
degrees F is considered satisfactory
Sufficient ventilation must be pro
vided to remove- foul air anrf excess
The storage house must be so con
structed as to make it possible to
exclude the light, as the table qual
ity of potatoes quickly deteriorate
if they are exposed to light.
The tubers should be dry anil r?a
soably free from dirt when put into
storage. An excess of moisture or
of soil increases the amount of heat
generated in a newly stored pile of
potatoes. The soil tends to clos-3 up
the spaces between tho tubers, thus
. ,cutting off air circulation and help
,ing to retain heat that would oth
i erwise escape.
:i All diseased, badly cut or bruised
X tubers should be removed bofore
.: putting potatoes in storage.
v. It is not advisable to store potn
: , toes in bulk at a greater depth than
XI r or G feet, and the floor dimon
:' sions of the bin should not be gre.it-
or than 12 by 12 feet unless provid
ed with a series of ventilating shafts
for the escape of molsturo and heat.
Ventilated division walls and doors
nro also desirable.
Two communities In the Houthwest-
jjrn Division infected with malurln
hnve been rid of this pest In the
last two years by the work of tho
American Red Cross, according to
statements ninde by citizens of theso
communities. One of these sections
Is around Calvert and Hearne, Tex.,
where tho Robertson County Chapter
of the American Red Cross nnd tho
locnl health authorities worked hand-in-hand
to rid the district of the
According to the otllciul report of
thewbrk done In this district, the Ini
tial step In the campaign was the
draining or all pools, ponds and depres
sions retaining stugnnnt water. This
was done the first year. It required
the owning of original ditches and
.other semi-englncerlng feals. Wuler
impossible lo drain was treated with
crude oil at Intervals during tho sum
mer of 1921 nnd bodies of water so
located as to be too expensive for
draining or oiling were stocked with
Oambusla. Minnows, a local product
found in prolific quantities In that
section, which is a deadly enemy of
the mosquito larvae.
Inspectors were employed and peri
odically vlsiis were made In a house-to-hoiise
Inspection. These inspectors
looked particularly to rain water, ac
cumulations In open en n.s and other
vessels, gutters, etc., and an oiler ac
companied the Inspectors, oiling all
these waters. Particular attention
was paid to old wells, cisterns and vats
of various kinds. The results have
been most gratifying, It is- reported,
and l he mosquitos are almost com
pletely eradicated from the locality.
A .similar camiinign in Cherokee
County. Tex., had a similar lesult.
During the early full of JiC'l a mala
rial siire. of the county was made by
the American Red Cross Chapter. A
report was compiled and charts- made
showing the exact perccntane of
malarial infection la each school dis
trict. These findings were taken as a
basis for the work, which has been ex
tensive since its beginning. Two sani
tary engineers, a physician and two
public health nurses are In charge of
the work of malaria control, under the
general direction of .1. A. l.el'rlnee of
the l'. S. Public Health Service and
Bureau of Child Hygiene of the Texas
Stale Board of Health ami the Chero
kee Chapter of the American Red
The campaign Is too new as yet to
report complete success, but gratify
ing resulls have been obtained and the
malarial infection in that district Is
very much decreased over the con
ditions of tho year previous. '
Probate Attorney Commends Red Cross
For Work Among the
William Slmms. U. S. Probate Attor
ney, in charge of the Indian District of
'Oklahoma, has sent the following letter
to the Southwestern Division. Ameri
can Red Cross :
"The activities of the Craig County
Chapter, extending Into Delaware
County, Okla., huve been of great val
ue. Mrs. Myra T. Earhurt, executive
secretary of the Oruig County Chapter,
accomplished more good lor tne lnaian
soldiers In the one duy when she ex
tended her work into the adjoining
county thnn hns probably been done
since the war.
"Mrs. Earhart and Mrs. Myrtle Orles
bam, tho public health nurse of the
Craig County Chapter, spent an entire
day In Delaware County at ray request
and, believe me, those ladies had no
time for recreation.
"Indian children were brought In to
bo inspected, weighed and measured
and preparing the claims of disabled
Indian soldiers was accomplished.
These two women rendered such good
service in this work thnt I am hoping
that some duy they will be able to get
,back to that county and furnish further
FOR QUALITY MONUMENTS, SEE
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Work Erected Any Place,
ished to Those Interested.
MALDEN MARBLE '
B. D. JOHNSON,
Phone or Write Him n
Designs Cheerfully Funs-
Win. Uracey of Pascola was In
Hayti Sunduy, visiting his sister,
Mrs. lOthelinda Daley.
Cotton pick sacks, cotton pickers'
knee pads, scale beams and cotton
LEFLER HARDWARE CO, Hayti, Mo
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PENSION AND INSURANCE
Through more than two years of un
winding of official red tupo and other
efforts tho Red Cross of Waco, Tex.,
bus obtained compensation for per
manent total disability nnd govern
ment Insurance for a veteran of the
World Wnr. This soldier was wounded
In n peculiar way. A piece of shrapnel
which tore away the muscles of his
back and Injured his vertebrae also ex
ploded his cnrtrldge belt, thus inflicting
an additional Injury which required
many operations and more than a year
in the hospital, most of the time lying
'on his face.
The operations were not successful,
the shock and other contributing causes
caused heart trouble, all of which have
made him a permanent lnvnlld.
Through an error in his record, this
soldier has been nllotted only 527 a
month and It required more than two
years to correct the orror and obtain
for the man the compensation which
was bis duo, as well as to obtain for
him and his aged mother the insurants
which also was comlug to hltu.
A millio?i m e n
have turned to
a firm verdict for
r?M JM Jiff
15 for 10
Lieut. Jas. W. Moore, with the
State troops at Moberly, was at
home a few days this week.
-Pickled hog feet, at Huckleys'.
Mrs. Lcssie Davis and small sou
and her mother, Mrs. Rosa Ayers,
after a visit with relatives here for
several days returned Sunday to
their home near Gosnell, Ark.
Weber & Damme wagons.
LEFLER HARDWARE CO, Hayti, Mo
John Ronoy and wife, en route
from Kennet to Rlytheville, passed
through Ilaytl Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Roncy is linotype operator and
had been with one of the Kennet t
papers for some time, but decided
to return to Blytheville, where he
was formerly employed. John was
machine operator on The Missouri
Herald a year or two ago.
Uillikcn shoes cannot pinch,
but arc sure to tickle. For all the
family, at Buckleys'.
PEARL POOL HALL
I have moved my cold drink outfit to the Pearl
Building, and recently installed a NEW and complete
outfit of pool tables, and necessary equipment. You
are cordially invited to come and spend a few hours of
pleasant pastime. Perfect order guaranteed.
W. P. MEATTE, Prop.
When we say "MORE," we mean more for
the money and no haggling about it. Our
stock will always be found complete. We
handle the best of groceries, fresh meats,
etc., and you will always find our place
neat and clean. We will sell you things to
carry home and cook, and also we will cook
things for you to carry home, or to eat at our
restaurant, conducted in the rear of the store
proper. A good short order cook always to.
bci found ready to serve you on short notice.
jl "MORE" is the word, when dealing with us.
-RESTAURANT IN REAR-
J. V. MOORE
Market, Grocery, Restaurant
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