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y nrf'"" h.n fcy ,-U.AU f.fr, Kk HAYTI HE AL vhdflt JBuLiBHBccnaJfeeHtf Vol. 11 b' lift HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1919 No. 34 CVILLE WINS SECOND BALL GAME OVER MEMPHIS WHY NOT GOVERNOR McCARTY ?, STATE FAIR PREMIUM LIST IS OUT From many nooks and crooks in I NOTHING DEFINITE RE- GARDING AUDIT The Caruthersville ball club, liv ing up to Its reputation as the best this section uffords, took the second of a three-game scries from the Memphis Goodbars team Sunday with considerable ease and in the debonair manner which makes this aggregation of diamond artists the favorites they usually are. Mem phis was able to pull only two scores across the home plate and those not until the eighth inning, when they were kindly assisted in the act by a wild throw, by Collenberger from deep short, one of the two errors made during the entire game. Hug hes, the Memphis center fielder, hit a single and arrived safely on first, when Marshal, the right field man, struck a fierce one into short. Col lenberger unfortunately threw the ball away, advancing Hughes to third and permitting Marshall a two-bagger. McCabe and Benham followed, going out at first on as sists of Patterson, and Reitz singl ed, scoring both Hughes and Mar shall. The home team romped away with the honors by a score of five to these two the visitors put away, The game opened with a vim, Memphis being retired in the first after getting a man on third, and when Reiney's took the bats, business began to pick men took the bats, business began to pick up. Moore, first up, sing led through Handwerker, the Good bar third baseman, and went to second on the latter's bad and use less heave to first. After Quell malz struck out, Meatte drew a base on balls and advanced to second on si wild pitch, Moore taking third. Manuel then singled, scoring iloore and Meatte. These first two were doubled in the next inning on singles by Meatte Collenberger and Manuel, and it looked like the game was to be a walk-away. But the Memuhians rallied in the third and a succession of goose eggs on both sides,- result ed, with somk nut nut ft hiov.ii by each crew, until the eighth was reached. In the first half the vis itors put over their first and only two scores and for a time it appear ed that matters might tighten up f onsidenfbly, and the fans began to sit up and take notice. And it was in the l.uter half in this frame that O.iruthersvillc got its fifth and final scene, singles by Meatte and Manuel and an error by Marshall putting it o'.er the visitors were getting un comfortably close to another run, with a man on third and the fans f.,etti'!K nervo , when Collenberger speared a swift one a neat and J luckj catch with one hand and re- tired the (loodbars and ended the game summarily. Moxie Manuel's sure punches were the outstanding feature of the game, the hitting of Old Timer in pinches being the best seen here this year, and Scorekeeper Horner says some of the fans who have been knocking "Old Hook" will have to take off their hats to the gentleman. He also did some pretty work field ing off of becond. Friend was al ways there when a fly came his way and in fact, everybody "played pret ty." Patterson pitched an excel lent game, walking only one man t Henham's three, and striking out -ix to his eight. The visitors brought Marshal!, their crack pitcher, along, but it is -.lid lie had pitched his arm off at a g.uiie a few days before and was in no condition to toss this time, hence he had to take right field while :.-nlit:u held down the mound. Following is the official bcore and 'he summary of points . It will bo noted that the attundunco was excel lent, being far the best of any game yet this season, for the people ex- Southeast Missouri you hear the! A copy of the 191S State Fair name of Hon. Sterling H. McCarty j Premium List has been received at mentioned as a strong link in the j the Hayti Herald ofilce, announcing political chain of prospective can- August 9-1 C as the dates of the Fair didates for Governor of Missouri. I anil listing the premiums offered. He is an eminent jurist and a it is a handsome book of 204 pages, man who possesses knowledge that! printed in colors. Persons desiring is of vital interest to the masses of i them may secure them from Frank this great commonwealth. At pres- j Baird, County Clek of this county, ent he holds the honorable position 'or by dropping a postal card to B. of Circuit Judge of the 38th Judi-G. Bylander, Secretary of Missouri clal Circuit and has made a splen-' Stale Fair, Sedalia. did record for law enforcement,! Premiums oifered for exhibits total equal rights to all and special prlv- $44,530, divided among eighteen de il egesto none. East Prairie Eagle. I partments and extended over a much wider range af classifications than Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ancell of Hox le, Ark., and Mrs. William Mathews of St. Louis came down Thursday morning of last week and are visit ing the families of Mayor L. E. Rice and Sid Dowd. in previous years. It is expected that the attractive premiums will bring more live stock, poultry and agricultural displays to the fair than ever before. The farm machinery I and equipment displays will cover twenty acres. In addition, the The lid is still on at the ofilce of the Electric Light Plant so far as giv ing out any information concerning the undid, which huB been in progress for the past six weeks. The editor called tit the plant this morning to seek an interview, if possible, but was told Mr. Allison, the auditor, who had been working at the plant for the past six weeks, was out of town and would not return until PASCOLA NEWS Mrs. Ted Shelby returned to, her home at East Prairie Tuesday. .Mrs. Reuben Bettis attended to business at Caruthersville Monday and Tuesday . Mrs. Addle Clore and daughter, Fern, left for Kcwanee Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Manuel and son, Billy, also Mrs. Ted Shelby, and pected to see an excellent game and "nlted States Department of Agrl- in this they were not disappointed, culture will have an immense ex- the public until it has been given to Ihibit; and the War and Navy De-i Mr. Couch. The very mysterious fire partments will display war trophies which did not even set the office on 0 captured from the Germans. 0 next week. President Couch is in daughter, Helen, attended the ball New York this wwek, where he is .game at Caruthersville Sunday. supposed to be conferring with bond companies in regard to the erection of a central power plant. We met, was Mr. Grimes, the new manager for day visiting at the R. O. West the local plant, and said to him: home. if we were to ask you what you know about the audit of course you Mrs. Glen Bales visited would say 'nothing'" at which he. folks at Holcomb last week smiled and nodded acqulescense. Of course, even if the audit is com pleted, the result cannot be given to R 1 0 Caruthersville AB Moore, cf 4 Quellmalz, lb 4 Meatte, 3b 3 Manuel, 2b 4 1 Collenberger, ss 4 0 Schmidt, c 3 0 Clayton, If 3 0 Friend, rf 3 0 Patterson, p 2 0 PO 1 7 t - A 0 0 1 fire, but set the books on fire in the I A "Victory Celebration and Peace fire-proof vault, charred edges and 0 Jubilee Is to be the key-note of the damaged them no doubt enough, to 0 Wood Allen of Clarksdale, Miss., in town between trains Sun- home- Monday was a busy day for Pas cola and rather noisy, too. 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 Total 30 5 Goodbars AB R Benham, p 4 0 Reitz, 2b 4 0 Strouli, ss 3 0 Ht'iid'verker, 3b 4 0 Bender, lb .,4 0 Jehl, If 4 0 Hughe, cf 4 1 Haak, rf 2 0 Marshall, rf 2 1 McCdbe, c 3 0 7 27 10 . H PO A 1 0 8 1 2 3 1 3 1 0 2 2 2 9 0 0 0 0 Fair, and will be staged with the first' make the audit a slower, more te- State-wide Reunion of Veterans of dious process. It seems highly prob the World-war. Missouri will honor 'able that a big shortage exists but I her "fighting sons with one of the until it is made public by the audi-. best state fairs ever given in the tor or company nothing definite can .Middle West. 'be known. A telephone call to Ken- "The Battle of St. Mihiel," a nett today, disclosed the fact that Mr. spectacular sham battle and fire- Rhinehart's whereabouts are un works display participated in by 300. known. Mrs. Rinehart, it was said, actors on an immense stage, is one! was supposed to lie in Flint, Michi- Several boys went to Kirk for a swim Tuesduy afternoon. But Sid Jeffrcss was thinking he could swim the ocean, got nearly to the opposite bank where he went down twice be fore being rescued. The rest stay ed out. Peter Streiff of Hayti was in town Monday. MASONIC LODGE HOLDS INSTALLATION The Masonic lodge held their reg ular installation of officers In tho Masonic Hall Tuesday night, and a very Impressing ceremony was had. There were two visitors present, they being H. T. Metz of Capo Gir ardeau and J. M. Shy of St. Louis, both of these gentlemen being high in this order. H. T. Metz officiated at the Instal lation while J. M. Shy was acting grand marshal. The following are the new officers: A. O. Allen W. M. Dr. L. H. Brannon S. W. L. E. Rice J. W. O. B. Davis Secretary H. J. Frazier S. D. O. T. Martin J. D. R. N. Brasher S. S. Excellent talks for the good of the fraternity were made and much was gained. PEMISCOT COUNTY'S CASUALTIES SLIGHT 0 , of the biggest entertainment fea 0 ' tures. The performance is a faith 2 'ful reproduction of the famous Im 0 tie waged by the American troops in 0 ! the St Mihiel sector, produced under 0 the personal direction of officers who 0 ' --aw the fighting on the front. Other ?an, but. added our informant, "it The Dorris Theatre &. Soda Shop have been making great improve- ! ments in the past few days. Booths have been installed to accomodate the thirsty, making it much more Totals 34 2 8 24 10 4 Summary Two-base hits, McCabe 1; base on ball off Bpnh?.i.. . tt Patterson, 1; left on bases, Caruth ersville, 6; Mamphis, 5; struck out by Benham, 8; by Patterson,; C double plays, Collenberger, unas sisted; sacrifice hits, Schmidt, 1; time 1:48; unpire, Myers; atten dance, 59S. By innings 1 2 3 4 fi G 7 8 9 R H E C'vJUe 22000001X 5 72 Goodbars 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 8 4 amusement features include the us ual horse racing, auto and polo, band music and ballet, night shows, free acts and vaudeville. Mrs S. J. McClain brought to thifc office this afternoon the first cotton blossom to be called to our atten- is also said Mr. Rinehart is not j convenient for the customer as well there "Caruthersville Republicui. , as the waiters. The music has been strengthened to a four-piece orches- BLACKSMITE WANTED tra and it is rendering the patrons the best and latest music possible. Will pay the right man good wag The ventilation work win lie unuer way within a few days. Windows will be placed in the north side and I, Wanted at once a good blacksmith and one who can do horseshoeing. Will give the right man good pay, the number of fans are to be doub either white or colored. H. Clifton, Wardell, Mo. Write W. led. This popular pluyhouse is do ing its best to serve the general pub lic. -An elligent line of porch rockers The State Historical Society of Missouri, with Floyd C. Shoemaker as secretary, at Columbia, has just compiled a war casualty list of the army, navy and marines for Pemis cot County. There were 1,597 men in service from this county in cluding army, navy and the marines. j The casualties are very small, com paratively with the numbers In the service. The total in each branch' of the service being only 70. No deaths were reported as occuring In the navy. The list is as follows: ARMY Killed in Action 5 Died of Wounds 2 Died of Disease S Wounded Severely 12 Wounded Slightly 1C Wounded Undetermined 14 Missing, later reporting for duty2 Died in Camp (U. S. A.) 10 MARINE Killed in Action t Andrew Dorris and Kills Kohn motored to Blytheville Wednesday tion this season. The blossom was morning, returning tue 'allowing' in an tne newest designs at J.au quite red, which shows that it must afternoon, bringing the former's jis- and up. Highfill-Neifind Furniture have opened last night. Mrs. Mc-'ter, Mrs. J. A. Wallace, back with Co., Caruthersville. Clain is one of our oldest settlers, them, who will remain for a few j owns her own home in this city, and I days' visit. i Mrs. J .T. Buckley nad sons, Nat has a married son, Chas. Martin, j and Blair, and Miss Lillian Brasher still she desires to keep to herself1 SALESMAN WANTED to solicit and Adelaide Russell and Willard where she has peace and quite. Dnr- orders for lubricating oils, greases Ray, motored to Caruthersville Fri ing her heurs she spends sometime and paints Salary or Commission. . day night and attented the home with a small cotton crop as well a1?1 Address THE LENNOX OIL lc PAINT talent play. 'Fi-Fi," at the Liberty a good garden. ! CO., Cleveland, Ohio The.'tre COWS FOR SALE Four good Jersey cows, with young calves, all in good condition; good milkers. Priced reasonable. See L F. Croom, two miles north of Ihiytl, Mo. Little Christine and Carl Weber left last Thursday evening for St. Louis where they will spend their vacation with their grandmother, Mrs. P. Weber. Their mother will go after them within a few weoks before school starts in order to re main a short time and tyjt home for the children to go to school. Miss Viola Patterson Is visiting her cousin at Braggadocio this week. 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Opernto fan or iron and light from one fcochot, each $1,35 NEW EDISON RECORDS EVERY WEEK, STANDARD PRICES. Johnson's Wax, Liquid and Paste for Auto polishing 75c FLASH LIGHTS AND BATTERIES NEW LOW PRICES RADI-N0-LEAK Stops '.eaks instantly in your old radiator. Price 750 We carry a complete line of Eastman KODAKS and films, Leave your films here to be developed. Anything In the line of Razors, Razor Blades, Strops and Hones for sale here. NOVELS Lovo stories, Detective stories, Ad venture, Etc., 10c and 15c Each THE Drugs. Jewelry IF VOU POMT TRADE MERE NOW VOU WILL LATER ON fflHKMfl STORE JMMWPWfWrWn -v ..'., The -total Missouri was 11, 150. .Total -w-j-.. f. id number of 'deaths" 111 SOME FIGURES, THESE ARE Over at Washington some of those experts who are masters of figures and who have a mind attuned to statistics, frequently did up queer tilings. One of this type has figur ed out that the total wealth of the United States is $200,000,000,000. Then he figures out the new wealth produced annually, which ho terms "net income." This gets into dizzy figures, too. He estimates that last year the national wealth increased some $1S, 000, 000, 000, which he admits is going faster than the normal. Another Wash ington official points out that one of the best ways to conserve this national income in wealth is for in dividuals to buy War Savings Stamps. TWO GAMES THIS WEEK The announcement was made Sun day at the ball game by Secretary Harry Ridgley, of the Caruthorsvtllo Ball Association, that two games would be played this week, one on iFrdny, July 4th. with Caiupboll, and the other Sunday with Dyers burg club, a straight salaried team, Campbell expects to run a special to this city that day and bring a crowd of several hundred rooters, and from what wo can gather, we judge they have a pretty stiff aggregation. Campbell refused a straight money proposition to como over Friday, but insisted on a C0-40 divvy, the winner to take tho big end of the gato receipts. Ono may gather from this that thoy have considerable confidence in their own ability, else a suro-thing proposi tion would havo looked hotter to them. Dyorsburg is said to havo an unusually strong club this year. Hy Fowlkes Is pitching for tho Ten nessee town and Pro tho, who "for merly was on the Caruthersville teum, is playing short for them, und theso two alono, Rldgloy says, will make moro than half a teum. It looks Ifko there are two more mighty flue games Jo store for Ca ruthersvlllo fans ami Vp doubt thoy will havo a good'a'tfcud'unco on both of these dates.'j-jgarujjiejjsvlllo Dem ocrat. 1 '' '''' Mrs, Wt .II. Ellis and JMssos Ml liun Ellistou, Stella Dorris and bat tle Mue Argo iuot6rid to Caruthurs- villo Friday.