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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
Sunday school, O. I). Davis, Su
perintendent, meets at 10 a. in.,
sharp. New classes are being form
ed from time to time and the school
is Browing. Mr. Davis is ably as
sisted by a good corps of teachers
Sunday Mr. Culbertson will speak
on the topic "Grow." This will be
a vital subject and worth your
while to hear.
The Epworth League will hold
devotions at C:45 p. m. Miss Mnda
line Buckley will be the leader and
the topic is "The House of God and
Soul Restoring Worship."
In the evening Rev. A. B. Culbert
son will givo his lecture on Henry
Drumniond. This will be especially
for the Epworth Leaguers and young
people of our community.
All arc invited to be present
and hear what God can do for men
In these modern times. Bring your
friend with you and worship together.
THE UKlYWfrAL CA
Found Two miles from Hayti,
on Kenuett road, one auto tiro with
rim. Found by V. E. Brown. Call
at this office prove tire is yours by
description, pay for this ad, and
take tire. 4S-tf
Chester Sorrell, 19 years old, sin
of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Sorrell of
Faust, and Miss Marie Bell, 17 y .
old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Bell of the Concord neighborhood,
were married last Saturday at
Blytheville, Ark. The young peo
ple were attending the fair at Ca
ruthersvillc, but the various "games
of chance" being operated there
were not sufficient to satisfy their
cupidity, so they departed for
Blytheville where they organized
one more to their liking. Their
many friends hope they will draw
a capital prize at every turn of the
spindle, and that their matrimonial
skies will always be "fair."
Coal hods, dampers, elbows,
taper joints and stove pipe wire, at
Ben Phillips of Braggadocio was
here Monday and was hanging
around with F. M. Perkins like "be
fore the war," and before other
things were regulated to the limbo
of other times.
-Pickled hog feet, at Buckleys'.
R. F. Coppage and' John Riggs
were over from Caruthersville last
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given that the
firm of Moore & Moore dissolved
partnership on Monday, October U,
1922, and all accounts payable and
accounts receivable of said firm,
Moore & Moore, are assumed by Dr
J. V. Moore.
This 4th day of October, 1922.
Dr. J. V. MOORE,
OltUEK OF PUIIMCATIOX.
STATI3 OF MISSOURI,
County of Pemiscot ps.
In the Circuit Court, November
Tom C'lple, Plaintiff,
Hattle Caple, Defendant.
Now nt tlilH day comes the Plaintiff
herein, by his attorney, J. E. Duncan,
anil files his petition and affidavit, al
leging, anions other things, that de
fendant Hnttie Caple is not a lesldent
of the State of Missouri, so ihut the
ordinary process of law can not be
heivou upon nor within huh fcinie
Whereupon, it Ih oidered by tho
clerk In vacation thai said defendant
ho notified by publication that plaint
iff has commenced a suit against her
in this com t, the object and general
nature of which is to dissolve the
bonds of man Imoiiy heretofore con
tracted between plaintiff and Haiti de
fendant on the giuunds of general in
dignities, and Infidelity of paid ilu
4'jndan'l; and that., unless the H.iid de
Aniduiit Ilultlo caple he and appear
at this court, .it the next teim thoie
of, to bo boKtin and bolden at the
court house In tho city of Ciiruthers
villo, in said county, on the 20th day
of November next, and on or before
the first day of said term unless fur
tlior time bo ki anted by the court, an
swer or demur to the petition In wild
cause, tho Rarno will he taken as con
fessed, and judgment will be rendered
And it Is further ordered that a
copy hereof he published, according to
law, In The .Missouri Herald, a news
paper published in said county of
Pemiscot for four weeks nueecHslvoly,
published at least onco a week, tho
last insertion to be nt least fifteen
days before the first day of said next
November term of this court.
ERNEST A LONG. Circuit C'lorlc.
Hy .JOSEPHINE HAWKINS.
A true copy from the record
"Witness my hand, and seal of tho
Circuit Court of Pemiscot
(seal) county, this 11th day of Octo
ERNEST A. LONG, c Ireult Clerk.
JOSEPHINE HAWKINS, D. C.
The Lowest Prices at which
Ford Cars have ever been Sold '
The Ford Motor Company announces the following prices effective
October 17th, 1922
TOURING, REGULAR, ,LESS STARTER, 9QQ 00
TOURING, STARTER QG 00
TOURING, STARTER, DEMOUNTABLE RIMS, TIM- CQQQ 00
KIN BEARINGS, 30x3 1J2 TIRES 4J2J.UU
RUNABOUT, REGULAR, LESS 9fiQ 00
RUNABOUT, STARTER, QQQQ 00
RUNABOUT, STARTER, DEMOUNTABLE RIMS, TIM- flJOfil 00
KIN BEARINGS, 30x3 12 TIRES p0UfLUU
CHASSIS, REGULAR, LESS C9QC 00
CHASSIS, STARTER, CQflC 00
CHASSIS.STARTER, DEMOUNTABLE RIMS, TIM- tfQQft 00
KIN BEARINGS, 30x3 12 TIRES pJJU.UU
COUPE, 30x3 12 TIRES. DEMOUNTABLE RIMS. Q0 00
TIMKIN BEARINGS J)DU.UII
SEDAN, 30x3 12 TIRES. DEMOUNTABLE RIMS, CCQC 00
TIMKIN BEARINGS $dud UU.
TON TRUCK. LESS STARTER. PNEUMATIC TIRES CQGft 00
TIMKIN BEARINGS tJOU.vU
TON TRUCK. INCLUDING STARTER. PNEUMATIC VACft 00
TIRES, TIMKIN BEARINGS p4DU.UU
NEW FOUR-DOOR SEDAN, delivery can be made in November.
This is a new production of the Ford C70C 00
Motor Co. u PZD.UU
These prices f. o. b. Detroit, war tax and freight extra. Place your order Now.
Insist on genuine Ford parts they are cheaper and better.
Genuine Ford Batteries. Only exclusive Ford Repair Shop in
Pemiscot County. We have equipments for every Ford opera
tion. Bring us your work aud be sure of getting only genuine
Ford parts used. We Can make delivery today on Ton Trucks.
We have a complete stock of Genuine Ford parts. Complete
line of accessories. Federal Cords and Fabric Tires. We per
sonally guarantee these tires and tubes. Give us a chance to
figure on your tire needs. Call on us for anything for your
Ford, we have it.
First class Battery department. We recharge, repair and rent
batteries for any make car. We keep new batteries in stock
for any make of car.
J. L. Van Ausdall Motor Co.
Authorized Ford, Fordspn Tractor and Lincoln Dealer
Caruthersville, Mo. Telephone 382
GOOD C0TT0K CX0P
Tho biggest part of tho greatest
cotton crop ovor raised in this coun
ty fa yet in tho fields. In any direc
tion one may go there arc hundreds
and thousands of acres of cotton
Jmt apparently has not been touch
ed. The stalks are white from bot
tom to top and It is a great misfor
tune that it cannot be picked before
it becomes stained by frost and rain.
It is said that there have been over1
a thousand negroes brought up from
the south, mid with the help al
ready hera, It Is strange that no
more progress has been mado to-'
ward picking. The fault may bo
that the negroes are not doing the
work they were brought here to do.
Some say they are not, and cannot
be depended upon. Lending evi
dence to this explanation, it was no
ticeable that the streeeta of; Hayti
were black with negroes all day Sat
urday, and that was one of tho pret
tiest days that has been this fall. It
is the same other days the town is
full of stray negroes, doing nothing
but sauntering around. On account
of this flood of negroes, white people
are not coming as formerly. The.
writer of this paragraph knows this
to be true. A few days ago we saw
six young men from West Tennessee
pass through in a car on their way
to Senath to pick cotton. These
young men informed us they intend
ed to stop in Pemiscot but found too
many negroes to suit them. And we
have seen still others pass through
this fall for the same reason.
Old papers, large package for
5c, at this ofllce. Handy for use
aruond the home, at picnics, lunch
stands, and many places. Get them
while we have a supply on hand.
Rube Bettis was in from his farm
last Saturday eveing buying goods
and was trying to And a piece of
stove pipe that suited his particular
Silver Moon coffee is matchless
in quality. Silverware and dishes
free with the coupons, at Buckleys'.
Clem Nanson was over from Ca
ruthersville Tuesday afternoon.
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
Management, Etc., required by tho
net of Congress of August 24, 1912, of
The Missouri Herald, published week
ly, at Hayti, Missouri, for October J,
STATE OP MISSOURI,
County of Pemiscot ss.
Before me, a notary public. In and.
for the State an'd county aforesaid, per
sonally appeared O.'Popham, who, hav
ing been duly sworn according to law,,
deposes and says that he is the owner
of The Missouri Herald, and that
O. Popham, Hayti, Mo., is publisher.
C. S. York, Hayti, Mo., Is Editor.
O. Popham, Hayti, Mo.,' is managingr
O. Popham, Hayti, Mo., is buslness
mnnaKer. O. Popham, Hayti, Mo., is SOLE:
That the known bondholder, mortga
gees, and other security holders own
ing 1 per cent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other securi
ties are: Mergenthaler Linotype Co., of
Now York. X. V. '
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 12th day of October, 1!122.
S. V. OATES.
:.ly conimifslon expires August 18,
oitnnu of I'unMc.vTiov i
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County of Pemiscot ss.
mIn tIlclrcult Court, November
Term, 1P22. w
J. V. Drury, Plaintiff
Fannie I.ee Drury, Defendant.
Now at this day comes tho Plaintiff
nerein, by his attorney, J. u. Hutchi
son, ami files his petition and Affida
vit, alleging, among other things,
that Defendant, Fannie Lee Drury, is
not n resident of the State of Missouri,
.so that the ordinary process of law
can not he served upon her within this
Whereupon, it Is prdi-red by tho
clerk in vacation that said Defendnnt
be notlhed by Publication that Plain
tiff has commenced a suit against bel
li) this Court, the object and general
intuitu of which is to dissolve the
bonds of mattlinony heretofore eon
tiucitid between plnlntltf and said de
fendant on tho grouudf of general In
dignities, and that unless tho said
Fannio I.oe Drury be and appear at
this Court, at the next term thoreor,
to be begun and holdeu at the Court
House in the City of Cnruthoravlllo,
in naid County, on the 20th day of
XoMinbor next, and, on or before the
first day of said Term, unless further
tlmo be granted by tho Court, answer
or demur to the Petition in said causo,
the mtiiio will lie t.ikun as confessed,
and Judgment will lie rendered nccoid-i
And it is further ordured, that n
copy hereof bo published, according to
law In Tho .Missouri Herald, a news
paper published In said County of
I'ljmiscot for four weeks successively,
published at least onco a week, the
laf.l insertion to bo at leant llfteen
days before tho lit Rt day of said next
November Term of tills Court.
ERNEST A. LONG, Circuit dork,
lly JOSEPHINE HAWKINS,
A true copy from the record.
WltuesH my hand, and seal of tho
Circuit Court of Pemiscot
(Seal) County, this Jrd day of Oc
ERNEST A. LONG. Circuit Clerk.
JOSlil'UlNE HAWKINS. P. C.
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