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MWlMmiM wmwiia m h 1 If 5) ft' 1 I 11 Ik t fV f 4 . I f! t V 1 vs i -1. I n ? M r ! -, 1 & I l" s I." 'J t ' Ki v" IS l . :ii i i m a I V4 18 j THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 6 a -" 1 " " . . j. j -a TheTOWra erald 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. r- . Entered n "rrond-elnx mutter Ortolirr :!). IDOM. tit llir- tumtnltli-p nt llnvtl. MIxNiiuri, under flie net of Mnrcli :t, INTO. Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 IHnplny, column Inch .in ItenderN, per Ineli .2.' LoralH, rr line .on l.oenN, hlnrk face, ver line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS YOUR MAIL IS DELAYED AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY The large electric light on the top of the Grammar School Building is a good thing, and acts well as a beacon light that guide tourists through the city on their way to the four forners of the world from Michigan to the Gulf, and California to the forests of Maine. Now, we at' the frequent suggestions of several of our people would like to see a large light erected on top of the water tower, it being almost three times as high as the present one. It would, we are sure be appreciated to the many tourists passing through our town, being so elevated that it could be seen for at leasttwenty to twenty-five miles distance. Our city administration heads are already to move things aloni that will speak for the advancement of Hayti, so we would fur ther urge them to order it erected-at the earliest possible time. x Mother is busy with the canning, and the winter's supply of jam and jell and such is assured, but father acts a bit worried as he nervously casts frequent and anxious glances in the di rection of the empty coal bin. Nature provided fruits, while mother the poorest paid laborer in all the world never goes on a labor strike, therefore we are ass.iroa of a full fruit larder. Nature also provided coal, but corporations and labor unions are the 'machinations of men, and while they quibble, the ever tender and merciful mother and her loved ones often suffer. The Dead Letter Ofllco lins been in cxlstPnco ever since Hen Franklin Started our postnl service. Even then people addressed mall to Mr. Hzelclol Smlthcrs, "Atlantic Const," nntl ex pected Hen to know Just where Zeke lived. Perhaps they had Zekc's address In letters up In the garret, ninyho n chest full of 'uni, hut then It wns easier to' let Hon hunt Zeke. Today people nro addressing letters to .Tohn Smith, New York, N. V., or Chicago, III., thinking Unrlo Sam enn locate him, which Is Just as Incomplete as wns Zeke's ad dress of yore. The Postofflce Depart ment' asks you to put the number and street in the address. It helps you. JUtuuL c. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Democratic Ticket We announce the following as can delates 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 FRANK BAIRD For Representative HANS E. DOERNER For Collector of the Revenue A. PARKER KERSEY How do you expect the Postal Clerk to know whether you menu Trinidad, California, or Trinidad, Colorado? ALWAYS SPELL OUT THE NAME OF THE STATE IN FULL IN THE ADDRESS. "MORE BUSINESS IN GOVERNMENT" -X- Thls apt phrase was used In Presi dent Harding's llrst message to Con gress and applie.i pnrilcularly in postal management where postmasters are being Impressed wflh the fact that they are managers, of local branches of tin! hlggtisl business in the world. HERE COMES A STRANGER! 'Tis only a few days before the vacation days are over, and a call of school days is heard. Then we will see the boys and girls of today treading towards the mill that fits them for the nation's masters of to-morrow. How well they learn today's lessons decides the future of the country. x The G. O. P. leaders in Iowa favor changes in the primary law that will shorten the ballot and leave the state ticket tD be j nominated in convention. Leave it to the party politicians anci j soon the common voter will have but little choice at the polls .and less chance that his sentiments are heeded. yt " x - ,-'' Now, that it seems an assured fact the State Primary Road is to come directly through Hayti, let us urge the property owners on Third street to get busy with the Board of Aldermen and perfect plans that will pave that much used street. This is a gentle reminder that means much to the people of Hayti. r x A somewhat befuddled guest appeared at the desk ol a hotel. "Mush 'ave nuther room," he demanded. "What's wrong -with the one you now have?" asked the manager. "Can't sleep in it," exclaimed the guest, "darn thing ish all on fire." ; .i. -H - Let's make our post ofllce look neut, Mr. PostmaMer. Straighten up the rural letter bov, Mr. Farmer. Tidy up some, Mr. Rural Carrier. First Impressions are lasting. Maybe Mr. Stranger, taking notice of these Im provements, will oonie back, bringing you benellls. Start these with "POS TAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK" May 1-C. HUMANIZING THE POSTAL SERVICE "There is no unimportant person or pari of our service, ft is n mtal of human units anil their co-operation 'Is the key to Its success. In Its last analysis, postal duties nro accommo dations performed for our neighbors anil friends and should be so regarded, ratlKM- than n a hired service per formed for an absentee employer'' Postmaster General Hubert Work. Was Almost Equipped. Wesley had been teasing his dad for n bicycle; his father, thinking him too young, refused. Wesley came Into the house one day all excited after he had been trying to ride his claim's bicycle, saying: "I can have one now, father. 1 know everything there Is to know nbouf 11 bicycle and I can do every thing on one but steer myself." Wrong Idea About Ssnsss. Instead of there being only flvo senses, as we usually think, there are probably as many us 15. Four dis tinct senses, for oxu.ile, are found In the skin. There tire heat, cold, pain and pressure. What we usunlly call touch Is n combination of these sense qualities. English Cs. -r I fidu-try. "The Potn. -" i- 11 d.st;.-t of North Staffordshire, Engla id. It is the chief seat of the china and earth enware Industry. The principal cen ters are liurslem, Hanley, Longton, Fenton, T1111M11II and Stoke-on-Trent, nil of these being amalgamated In 1910 ns a single municipal borough under the name of Stuke-on-Trent. The Wedgwoods and the Mlntons are the most famous families connected with the china industry. One Cause for Argument. "Some men keep on arguing," said Jud Tunklns, "not because they are sure they're right, but because they hate to end an Interesting conversation." Set Up New Landmarks. Satisfaction rewards every forward step by Inspiring to still greater ad vance. Limitations become matters of history as the modern spirit urges souls to their full possibilities. You have to be the director of your own future. You will do well to rev erence the old landmarks. But you will do better to use them ns means to establishing new ones. Cling to the old home If you must. Today more than ever the nation Is looking for the fellow who dares and does what coiriction suggests.. The whole world lies before you. Reach out and lake hold of the great possibilities that lie just beyond the reach of the old landmarks. "Let knowledge grow from more to more" and you reveal It In wholesome, In spiring conduct. Exchange. 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 Di3trlct F. ?.I. PERKINS For Justle of the Peace Hayti Town ship H. F. ALLEN F. M. GWIN For Constable, Hayti twp. S. P. (Sid) OATES Republican Ticket We announce the follovring as candidates, subject to the will of fho Republican voters In. the pri- jnary election August 1: For Collector of the Revenue T. R. COLE That Sunday School Class! Wishing to become acquainted with the methods of her predecessor, a young woman who taught a Sunday school class for the ilrt lme asked the group of bright-faced sK-year-olds "What the lesson had been the previous Sunday. Silence prevailed for a mo ment. Then u snub-nosed urchin waved has hand frantically and .when grunted permission to speak, answered: "It was about burning the bugs in the church." Conversation with the former teacher afterwards revealed that the lesson had been "Burning Incense In the Temple-" How's Your Car's Electrical Equipment? n Perhaps yor. tlcn't i:::c-.7. But perhaps your Litt.17 mayrun down quickly right after you have it charged., Or your generator jnrty grind Oj: you might bs burning out one costly lamp after another bepause of too bright lights or one light may keep going on and off or your mo'cr may be skipping and missing in spite of new plug after new plug. If so, then the wirlnj and relative electrical part of your car should be looked over. Drive in some time when you are near here and let 113 corr:ct the evils. We sell F:sk tires and tubes D. R. DORTCH W. J. DORRIS D. & D. GARAGE HAYTI MISSOURI m 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. "DUTCH JOE" DEAD Formation of Grand Bank. The Grand bank of Newfoundland Is supposed to be composed of depos its of solid matter brought from the Arctic seas by icebergs, which gradu ally melt by contact with the warm water of the Gulf stream. Dust Carried. Long Distances. It has been calculated thnt storms In the .western United Stntes nre re sponsible for carrying S.'O.OOO.OOO tons of dust 1,410 miles every year. Cottage for Canines. English ad Two bulldogs wnnt Binall furnished cottage, about 25 mlte from London, for eight weeks' holiday, with rooms for their small car nnd Iranian attendnnts. Write Box 11, etc. In Another Sense. She; "Before we were married you said you couldn't do enough for me." He "Well, I guess time has proved thnt I was right" ' I Just From the Markets WE ARE JUST FROM THE MARKETS, WHERE EVERYTHING LHK ED SO GOOD AND REASONABLE THAT WE JUST COULD NOT HELP BUYING. IN LADIES READY-TO-WEAR, WE ARE GETTING A FINE LINE, ESPECIALLY IN COATS AND DRESSES; AND, THE PRICES LOOK BETTER THAN THEY HAVE IN A LONG TIME. THE STYLES ARE CONSERVATIVE, MORE SO THAN FOR SEVERAL SEASONS. DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR DISPLAY. rC I Hayti 1 Buckleys' Store Missouri Why DoritrKm Get That RoyalThOored Look? rhu store is the authorized resident deafer for J' The RoyAiIXitoRg Chicago 'J&hbrR. J RotiafTalloftd-ta-UtaauTa Suka and Ooefcoata Now Is the Time to Repair and Remodel Construction costs have been reducedall along the line, so now is the time to do that repairing and remodeling that you have been thinking about. that takes the place of lath and plaster is one of the most eco nomical materials you can use for refinishing rooms; for converting the attic and other waste spaces into useful quarters; for lining the basement walls and ceilings and for making your garage warm in winter and cool in summer. These Exclusive Features Found Only in Cornell No other wallboard has Cornell's handsome "Oatmeal Finish," nor its "Mill-Primed" Surface that takes a perfect spread of paint, nor its "Triple-Sizing" wnicn protects against moisture, expansion and contraction. It will pay you to get our revised prices on Cornell as well as the other top-quality building materials that we are in a position to supply you with. Get your construction. work under way now. EAST ARK. LUMBERCO BILLY NETHERY, Manager .Toes Baiersckmidt, hctter known as "Dutch Joe" is d2ad. .Too was doing-some repair work on j. Hue at the home at" Mr. and Mrs Herbert L. Parsons Monday morning, aisd while an the sculToFd exiTewd a wish to get down to get some fresh air, and stumbling he was helped to the floor and totter 2d, toward the door, striking his head on the sidr (if the door facing, making a small abrasion over the left temple. Wher plcksd up by those clsse by he wai dead. For some time he has been known, o suffer from heart attacks, and It is thought this was the cause of hir death. At the coroner's imiuest inuned jately after his death, heM at hi little home in the south part of town being held by Justice of the Peace J. M. Argo, assisted by Constable S. P. Oates, before a jury composed of P. M. Perkins, Eurties Powell, D. V. Davis, F. M. Gwln, L. L. Parsons and G. W. Dorris, the jury after taking evidence given by Herbert Parsons Einmett Varner and Henry Pullum also Dr. V. R. Limbaugh, who was called immediately after his fall found a vrdict that he came to hit death by an attack of apoplexy. Mr. Baierschmldt leaves a wife at the present time not living with him, hut who is in Dunklin county and a brother, William A. Baler schmidt, of St. Louis. He lived a secluded life, but always had ample possessions to take cure of him. He was probably C8 years of age. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Orange Tree Prolific. A single orange tree of average size will bear 20,000 oranges. John Hagemann, who is operating a small famll dairy, has the largest trade for his milk that any dairy in the United States. He sells to Cali fornia, Michigan, Georgia and the Dakotas, that is, to the tourists from those states coming through our city, caused by the hard road building that has been carried on so extensively in this state. This is only one of the reasons for the good roads program. I. Kohn, of The Quality Store, will leave Sunday night for St. Louis to make purchase of fall merchandise tor the hoycrs from his store. Mr. Kohn Is a shrewd buyer, and is close to the ideas of fashions that appeal to buyers, and it is a certain fact that he will select some of the best goods shown in the markets. A good 17-quurt granite dfsh pan for 50c, at Buckleys. The picture show nt the Empress Theatre, given under the auspices ot the Sunday school- class of the M. E. Church Tuesday nfght was given to a packed house. Next week we will be back again to our regular schedule in the matter of news and promptness of issue. The regular linotype operator and editor will ho back on the job. Shelley I. Stiles, Democratic nomi nee for prosecuting attorney, was at tending to business in Hayti yes terday afternoon. I. Kohn and family motored to Now Madrid and East Prairie Tuesday. HAYTI MISSOURI Full O' Juice m CS. Tliat's whaj; they say of our steaks. Don't eat a dry one when a juicy one costs no more. Don't esitate to send your child to us. We always give them the best cuts. Vegetables and Fruits in Season and Always Fresh YOU CANNOT DO BETTER IN TOWN Give Us a Trial Sanitation Our Watchword "Best for Less" Prompt Delivery Highest Market Price Paid for Produce White Star Market Phone 90 J. E. McFALL, Prop. '-. laftfriAVrli 1 .inYi-iU ,i Tr?s?,..,v..,,.,,j.,,.