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THE HERALD, HAYTI, MO.
R-i": ,t . W v Wright's Condensed Smoke A liquid smoke made by distilling wood, for smoking all kinds of meat by simply applying to meat with a brush. One bottle will smoke a barrel of meat, cheaper, better and quicker than the old way. Price $1.25 per Bottle Peoples Drug Store Hayti, TELEPHONE 95 Missouri CALOMEL MAY TURN ON YOU NEXT TIME Next Dose You Take May Salivate and Start World of Trouble. WATER WORKS ARE PRACTICALLY COMPLETED Calomel is mercury; quicksilver. It crashes into sour bile like dyna mite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel attacks the hones and should never be put into your system. If you feel bilious, headachy, con stiputed and all knocked out, just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents which is a harmless vegetable sub stitute for dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't start your liver and straighten you up bettor and quicker than nasty calomel and without making you sick, you just go back and get your money. Don't take calomel! It makes you sick the next day; it loses you a day's work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens you right up and you feel great. No salts necessary. Give it to the children because it is perfectly harmless and can not sali vate. Adv. C4 BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. in., and 7 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Our churches are a valuable asset to our community and we should do all that we can to suport them by our attendance, our presence and inter est. We can all arange to attend at least one service on Sunday and should make an effort to do so. All are cordially invited to attend. There will be considerable joy spread in Ilayti about next Monday when the newly installed water works will be completed. The con tractor informs us, that the watoi will perhaps be turned on at tin time and the system tested before 11k work is accepted by the city. Thi is an improvement, that we huv long looked forward to, and every one, who has had the good fortunr to have their house connection made will surely appreciate the miinj advantages of simply turning a fan cet or two instead of the old fash ioned method of trying to persuade the family pump to do its duty, es pecially when "said pump" is not in the notion, and instead of producing the desired commodity, simply doe. a little wheezing, and then one m,ls' use sterner methods and coax the thing to do its utmost. Possibly it meant a trip for some distance from the house, and the weather must be taken into consideration, or the family pump might not be in the no tion, and necessitates a trip to the neighbors. Thib is only one advantage, but one of the most important advantage will be the protection we will enjoy, in that we can sleep content, with the knowledge, that the lire bug will not have us at his mercy, and we have a weapon with which to light him. C'VILLE TO VOTE BOND ELECTION AGAIN The citizens of Caruthersville wore informed this week, that their bond election recently carried was inval id, duo to the fact, that the notice of the election, no mention was made of the maximum interest rate to be laid. There is a new law recently assed by the legislature making his clause of the specification of the ite of interest to be included in the notice. They have been advised by Attorney Chas. Rutherford of St. Louis, a prominent attorney versed mi this class of legal phrases, that the matter might be carried to the higher courts, and the election al lowed, but as this is a long and slow process, the most economical method would be the holding of another election, re-advertising. This is a a hardship on Caruthersville citi zens, as they surely do need the pro tection of improved warks, and this will necessarily put off the consuma tion of this improvement some little time. As)au43i lllim5-U, fc cm I fti '""Bj START NOW Try to save a little From the cost of llvln'; Christmas time Is coming, With Its cost of glvln. Christmas In Peru, A midnight mass is generally hold the night before Christmas In Peru. Christmas day is generally celebrated by a huge spectacular bull fight, and after this has taken place, a religious procession follows, at tho head of which usually is held a statue of the Virgin. When this ceremony Is over people are free to enjoy themselves as they choose for tho rest of the day. The First Christmas Card. The exchnnge of greeting cards, though now such a recognized part of Chrlstmastldo ceremonial, is a custom of quite recent origin. The honor of Its Invention is claimed for three men, all famous In other connections, Rev. Edward Bradley (better known as Cuthbert Bede, author of "Verdant Green") ; J. C. Horsley, R. A and the late W. C. T. Dobson,x R. A. Cuthbert Bede had a card printed from his own design for circulation In 1845, and two years later his printers, n Newcastle firm, put n number of cards on the market. About the same time, In 1840, J. C. Horsley designed a card for Sir Harry Cobe of Summerly's Printing house, Old Bond street. The subject was a typical scene of feasting and Jollity. One thousand copies were printed and one of the few survivors sold a few years since for C0. Ac cording to some authorities Mr. Dob son was really tho first In the field. Westminster Gazette. BUCKLEYS' .k Groceries And ELITE CLUB NOTES For Sale Two good horses, cash or good note. See D. A. Hedge Get Molcture From Ice. In the Tanana valley, Alaska, though the rainfall Is very light, crops draw ample moisture from the melt ing of subterranean Ice for the ilrst few years after the land Is first culti vated. Eventually the lie recedes to such a depth that it no longer supplies the plants with water. NMMMNNMNtNHHeHMMNINHimMMSMHIN $500 In Prizes! j Juanita Flour i Sack Contest i Tho members of the Elite Club were royally entertained at the home of Airs. W. E. Robertson last Friday evening by Miss Thelma Robertson and Hattie Gaither. The pastime of the evening being 500. Mrs. R. N. Brasher was suc cessful in winning the first prize, a white ivory slopper spoon and Mi.-, Sadie Mitchell the second prize, a white ivory pin tray, Mrs. Fred Lar son third prize, a .white ivory nap kin holder. Miss Blanche Green well won the guest prize, a blue rib bon pin holder. Those present were: Mesdames Ward Dorris, Henry By itrs, F. E. Toaster, W. R. Limbaugh. Guy Barbce, Jas. Walker and R. N. Brasher. Misses Sadie Mitchell, Sallie Brown, Carmel I'ophani, Mary Blanche Greenwell; Mesdames Fred Larson and Ethel Oates. Delightful refreshments were ser ved consisting of two kinds or sand wiches, apple salad, banana pie with whipped cream, and coffee. All voted the Misses Thelma Robertson and Hattie Gaither delightful hostesses. Freshening Rolls. Frequently muffins, gems, cornbread, branbread etc., are a part of the eve ning dinner and seldom are all eaten during the evening meal, some being left over. The question comes to the conscientious housewife, "How can 1 serve them again in their original freshness?" It can easily be done. Grease a piece of brown paper, using plenty of grease. Wrap in it the muf fins, bread, elc. Place in hot oven for ten or flftepii minutes, unwrap, serve, and, if you did not know, you would think they were just baked. He Knew Where, All RiQht. "Tou say your father was wounded In the war?" "i'es, sir; very had." "Was lie shot in the ranks?" "Nosslr; in tho stummick." WHAT CAN YOU MAKE FROM A JUANITA SACK? s Juanita Flour Is packed in the finest sacks of clean, new cotton cloth. Hundreds of people are using it right along to make pretty and practical garments for actual wear, such as aprons, caps, waists, children's dresses, etc. Just to find out what u wide uso Juanita sacks have in this way, the makers of Juanita Flour arc offering $500 In cash priz es for tho best examples of garmonts mudo from Juanita sacks To enter this contest and have the opportunity for ;i big cash prize, all you have to do is to ask for a Juanita contest blank. This blank gives you all tho details about tho contest and tho prizes, and how they will bo awarded. Why not get in this contest and see what practical things you can make from a Juanita Flour sack? If you want an empty sack free, wo cun get one for you. DISTRIBUTORS IN HAYTI ARE RAY'S STORE THE WOLF STORE BUCKLEY'S STORE J. L. DORRIS D. A. HEDGE COLBERT'S GROCERY WHITE STAR MARKET SPOT CASH GROCERY THE PEARL MARKET GAITHER & STUBBS PROBABLY TRUE An old crow sat on u cornfield fence, and shouted lis raucus cry; His remarks were stupid, and void of sense, even as you or I. But there ho sat, as black ag your hat, and tooted his harsh bazoo; That old fool bird' jes' m to be heard, even as you and I. For ! I know, that blamed old crow, as ho squawked in his feind ifah glee, was teasin' his folks with his harmless jokes, even as you and I. So, here's to the bird that's bound to bo heard, no matter how crude hig Roni; let others inspect, approve or reject, it's a matter that's up to them. UNCLE JOHN. RHODE ISLAND RED ROOSTERS Given away. Thorough, breds. None bettor at any price. Tho kind you would pay dealers $5 to $10 for. Luot spring hatched. Cost mo $2 to raise. Pay mo for their feed. I will give you tho roosters. C. S. YORK, Hayti, Mo. Sherlock Holmes in Love. "And when I kissed her I smelted tobacco." "You object to it woman who smokes?" "o, hut she doesn't smoke." America Succors Russians Food, clothing and medical relief costing ?700,000 lir.s been provided by the American Red Cross for tho thou sands of Itusslnn refugees stranded last year In Constantinople and vicinity. Dry Goods WE CARRY A FRESH AND COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND UP-TO-DATE DRY GOODS. YOU CAN GET ALMOST ANYTHING YOU WANT AT ANY TIME YOU WANT IT, HERE. WE KEEP GOODS OF THE BEST QUALITY, AND OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS AS LOW AS GOODS OF THE SAME QUALITY CAN BE SOLD. WE WILL DELIVER GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS TO YOUR HOME FREE OF CHARGE. WE ARE COURTEOUS TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS. Buckley s' Store Hayti, Missouri LEYS' Birds and Cyclones. One naturalist has expressed the opinion that birds habitually make uso .11 fitflili.-t 111 ll.ltt-llll 11UI1! I'llV (Kill I of their range to another. lie points i out that If a bird cannot find shelter, It must he more comfortable on the wins than on the ground during a storm, because In tho Hercest gales the air, as a mass. Is nt rest; that is, the bird lb In n moving, supporting medium, like a swimmer In a strongly flowlne rlvor Witches In Wales. Superstitions of the country foil of Wale are discussed in tho quai terly report of Dr. Arthur Hnghe .medical health officer of the count of Carmarthenshire. Despite the fad that fortune telling and witchcraft are prohibited under the English la large numbers of the Welsh pensantj bring their ailing children to tbM witch doctors rather than to medical practitioners. Roof of Washington's Home. The wood shingle roof on George Washington's home at Mount Vernon was repaired by him In 17.V and was not again repaired until lfe0-i- a life of V." years, says the American Forestry Magazine of Washington. There have been many Instances found where shin. !e roofs have lasted satisfactorily for 00 years and even 100 years. It is not at all unreasonable to attribute such u lifetime to cedar when we consider that the old sarcophagi In which some of the Egyptian Uing.N were burled U, 000 years ago are still found In fairly sound condition. Electric Refrigeration. A brine tank In place of Ice, which by menus of an electrical Instrument keeps a mean temperature In the re frigerator, Is growing In popularity in suburban and country places where ice Is difficult to obtain. Its advantages are Unit it does uwuy with the Iceman, It gives a dry temperature advanta geous for the preservation of food, and there Is no slime, dirt or drip as with tho use of Ice. It Is arranged to freeze a little ico for table uso when that is desired. It Is not nu Inexpen sive luxury, costing about $-100 to in stall In any refrigerator. A Comfortable Feeling A good many things may happen that will give you a feel ing of comfort and security, but nothing will do this more sure ly than the knowledge that you have money in tho Bank. - This is particularly true if your money is in our Bank where you know it's safe. You know it is there subject to your needs. That you can get it when you want it. That it is safe until you need it. If you have no bank account, we invite you to start one at this bank now, no matter how small. You will add to it from time to time and it will soon be a source of comfort and security to you. t t t a BANK OF HAYTI HAYTI, MISSOURI &m ssr 1 i&vSjA i irWi J I fll.. Ml CI II ' I e;.sSiE&AH i, -ms c nfflsrjj -( -l mwh . iron iimmm?! mm& vmgmP' Amsm&zfrws lm?7L K8WSB&z? Ji mmmmmmm! mmm? wmmmM H Mi?! M& THflW ANTI- i jv if utsaki inn am La ti u mwwbh elwv b m'Al.h,. rMMB MM A JAs Wm mrww bmjlj rVL i?iJnLJLf3 ALT. f KlL, vc often, but Stl--.cl 'need them MkSC Dr. Miles' WAmvW Z-, will relieve BAIRD & CO., Concord 4 otedetMt? Times for Gratitude. Thero Is much grentness of mind In tho owning of a good turn us In the doing of It; und wo must no more force a requital out of season than bo wanting In It. Seueca. When Art Failed. This Is n true story of an adventure of two lady artists In Sunny Spain. They wero walking and arrived at a llttlo country Inn, hot, dusty and thirsty. They couldn't talk Spanish, hut wanted some milk badly, so one of them drew u most beautiful high arty cow, while the other Jingled saino coins. The Spaniards looked and a boy was sent off post haste. In half an hour the boy returned, hot and triumphant with two tickets for a bullfight. From the Loudon Town Topics. Billings on Bravery. True bravery lz very eazy tew de tekt, for It iz az mutch a part and parcel of a man's every day life az lilz clothes Iz. Everything that a truly bravo man duz Iz did from prlnclplo not Impulse, and when no one sees him ho iz Just az herolk az he would be if he waz in the eyes of the multi tude. "Josh Hillings" (Henry V. Shaw). "I don't need them very , vc often, but when I do, I quick. One or the pahi is gone." Anti-Pam Pills you quickly and afelj no unpleasant after fTirtc tin ilntitTr-r nf form Mig a drug habit. Next time you pass a i irug store stop m ana get . i. . m.K Or. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills I'tain no habit forming U)-S. vJM our Druggist Has Them, ese3sdic&seooeoiS0oeooeessese3oea6SGO909s9e I FOR QUALITY MONUMENTS, SEE MALDEN MARBLE ;? WORKS Maiden, Mo. rc TV .TOWNRnM ? t L - M -. ! Vl T! 1M f-Jl&K l?Jr-d' Prop. .. :?!, .j.-VaSh -"TJii i " Bi"i.tfffiWVs:' Phone or Write Him Work Erected Any Plnce. 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