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Mlf;,'' ". c ' , v THBMHSSOtmi HERALD HATTl, MlSSOtlW - ' V,
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Happy HIS Christmas Will Be
whose Gifts have been wisely selected from
this Men?s store.
- . j4s He Would Have Bought Himself
SPLENDID ARRAY OF MOST USEFUL .
Christmas Gifts for Men
It's No Problem to Get the Right Thing
Here; We're Experts at Helping You make
His Xmas merry.
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$ MANY WISE WOMEN HAVE SELECTED AND BOUGHT HIM A FINE" NEW
Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffncr & Mane
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Hart Schaffher & Marx Suit or 'Overcoat
YOU'LL FIND JUST WHAT YOU WANT, HERE; ALL THE NEWEST STYLE, AND QUALITY THAT'S GUARANTEED
All kinds, including cadet sizes.
Sheer silk, llslefe, wool imd ribb
ed. XMAS TIES
Hickok Sterling a lifetime gift.
Pamous Bradley's, big shuker
Cottons, cambrics and linens. As
good as you want.
For the out-of-door man; full
All colors and kinds; light and
.Wonderful assortment; beautiful
Men are wearing "em. Buy one
In becoming colors and bhapes.
New knit Grenadines and fancy
That men like to wear; they fit. v
Musgrave & Mason
New Polo cloths; light and darks.
Find out the size; we'll" lit hlnV.
Blacks and tans. Every size
That's it; you'll find it here.-
ENT OF SCHOOLS
In today's issue of The Missouri
Herald will be found the announce
ment of Prof. K. V. Propst as a can
didate for the office of Superintend
ent' of Public Schools of Pemiscot
county, hiibject to the wishes of the
voters In the regular school election
to be held April, next. At the out
set, it may be said that while Mr.
Propst is a recognized Democrat, he
is not a politician and has no desire
to bring politics into the conduct of
the schools in any way, shape,
form or fashion. He wishes the
people to have that assurance before
voting for him, as he considers the
interest of the schools above and be
yond the material and commercial
considerafions of politics.
Prof. PropBr was born in South
east Missouri and has grown up with
the country, so to speak. He under
stands our people, being one of
them, and' is in full sympathy with
their progress. When a mere boy
his parents' died, leaving him to
make his own way early In life.
During the crop beason he worked
on the farm, 'and In winter attended
tUe rural schools. After several
S'cars of this sort of hard work ho
entered Marvin College, where he'i
received an elementary education,
later attending the Teachers' Col
lege at Cape Girardeau. Prof. Propst
baa never been Idle. He Is a dy-
ister of the gospel, in which ca- ilUllllimillllllllllHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII fmHIIIHIlHIIIHIIIIHIIUIIHIIHIHHHIIHHI
pacify he served the Methodist ' . A ,
church here as pastor during the Are Adorably Pretty Gay Little Pin Trees
but he made good at both. He hah,
however, decided to concentrate
ills energies upon the interests of
education, finding himself peculiarly
fitted for that work, and in which
endeavor he takes more than usual
Prof.. Propst is in the 'very prima
of life, and by education, training
and experience is fully qualified to
fill the 'olilce he seeks with ability
and credit to all concerned. He has
nevor before been an ofilce-se'eker,
and only enters the contest 'now at
the numerous and earnest solicita
tions of his many friends, who are
aware of his qualifications and who
would like to see his energy and tal
ent devoted to the improvement
and upbuilding of the whole educa
tional system of Pemiscot county
PREPARATION OF MAIL PARCELS
Suggestions for the efficient pre
paration of parcel post packages:
Fragilo or breakable articles should
be packed in strong boxes, and It Is
advisable to inclose them in sawdust
or bran; tough paper should be, used
as wrapping material; addresses
should bo written in ink, the aend-
' er's name In the left hand corner ot
Youthful eyes will brighten when
they see among their gifts girdles made
of gay ribbons, and older lips will
smile when corsage flowers bloom on
the Christmas tree. One of the girdles
pictured here is made of narrow faille
ribbons, in three colors, braided to
gether and plcot-edged ribbons, in two
colors, are used for the other. A
shower cordage of violets and a rose
set in millinery foliage are adorably
CITY AUTHORITIES AT HOME.
n,..n nf anarin Up nnucrllt his
L.V: ," V n .,rnR0. and heean llle ackK- ' "'"." "
.... i... -io I receiver's name in the lower right
to put that purpose into practice ,,,.., 7,
ul- .-... it 10 r n tht " c,,rer- Preceded by "for;" tho
WBBIl HUUWb j. w ovt - -
la when he began teaching, and with
the exception of about two years be
boa taught continuously ever since.
In 1914 he came to Pemiscot county
and took charge of the school at
gJ Steele. After teaching there two
'i-JnW n" H" la "B',,, w"""1 "K
& taufht in the school here 'for a slml-
irfar'tar period. Following tb?s he
Wvfugkt In Braggadocio and Bragg
City. Two years ao riw. rruv"-
ik'iuo ami address of the sender
should be place I within the package.
IfSp' returned to ayu " again oecami
If :,''' AOitv in the NchnnlM here. And
life in this counectlon, it efiould be aald
wj&L, that'.he haa given entire satisfaction
'JamiJls receiving a talary almost
ri3. V.TL" -"-!-- --
tHC'double of that he received four
P Te keP te record straight, it
kSffluHiW.abo be ataUd J'1 that 'JgwI.
I'iS!' rj' I' .; ' . . ' . l"T i
"Thought Barn Was Rat Proof."
B. J. Hopklps writes, "I thought
no rats couhl get In our new barn,
but I soon found that they were eat
ing and wasting my grain. Dogs and
traps failed because there were toq
many rats and they were too cun
ning.' I used a 1-2&V package ot
fyO-MO-RATS CAKE and within a
week there was not a sign of u live
rat." Ready for use. Neyer falls.
Cats and dogs won't eat it. 35c,
Otic and fl-2& sizes, Guaranteed and
jsold by, People Drug Store,
Last week the city authorities
moved Into their new home, the two-
story brick on the southeast corner
of the Public Square, across tho
street from The Missouri Herald
office The council chamber, police
court room, and tho city clerk's of
fice are all on the large ground floor
rooin, with entrance direct from the
street. The jail Is in the rear of
this room and the llro department
occupies the room In the west side
of the building. Everything con
nected with the official affairs is un
der one roof, and most conveniently
arranged. The new building is a
credit to the city of Haytl and will
be adequate for our needs when we
have come to have a population of
10,000, which may not be so far In
the future as some might suppose.
We can help start the new year
right by giving Christmas gifts of little
pin trees to our women and girl
friends. , Two corks and a florist's pin,
sharpened at both ends, make the
foundation for tho pin tree Illustrated.
The largo cork of wood is painted
green and the smaller cork is gilded.
They are joined by tho long pin, -and
into the gilded cork many pins, with
colored heads, are thrust, to form a
tree. A' band of baby ribbon, ' tied
about the larger cork, holds small
AN" EDITOR'S INVOICE.
An editor once kept track of his
profits and losses during the year,
and gives an invoice of his business
diary at the end of twelve months
of tips and downs in the following
Been broke 361 times.
Praised the public 89 times.
Told lies 720 times.
Missed prayer meeting 52 times.
Deen roasted 431 times.
Roasted others 52 times.
Missed meals 0.
Mistaken for a preacher 11 times.
Mistaken for a capitalist 0.
Got whipped 8 times.
Whipped others 0.
Black onyx set rings, with dia
monds in centre, at Turnbaugh's
jewelry Store, Caruthersville.
Frightful dreams foretell a sudden
rush of blood to the head, while dreafiis
bout blood point to Inflammation In
some part of the body. In this connect
tlo a person way suffer from nothing
more serious than a feteed linger,
aua yet tue spectacle ei uiooti will
II. P. Coleman of Long Beach,
California, spent last night and to
day visiting his many old-time
friends. The people here arc al
ways glad to have Mr. Coleman
visit them, and regret that he can
not come oftener and stay longr
when he does come. Mr. Coleman
is looking after his farming interests
in the south ond of the county and as
soon as he can round up bis busi
ness affairs will leave for his west
ern" home, which ho hopes to have
through with by or before Christmas
'"I know the people are behind met"
cried the parlor Bolshevist "And if
you don't move quick they'll catch
up to you,' responded a menacing
voice from ilu audience,
, STOCKHOMIKKH' .MIlKTIMi
Notice Is heieby Klen that a mePt
llic of the stockholders of the Bank
at Uuytl, of Haytl. Missouri, for the
i,i.. ,.r ,.Hinnr for the oiiHuhnr year
and for tho transaction of bucIi other
business as niayiiioperly come before
the nioetlnir. will be held In the otnee
ol Balu naiiK at mo miuii jj ij
Mm rity of Huyti. on Wednesday,
.lunuuiy 10, 1923. Tho, polls will bo
open trom nine to twelve a. in. All
stockholders are lequested to be pies-
'"' J. u OOKRIS, Prea
ti-H T. A. McNAlL, Cashier.
WlinreuB, by their certain deed of
trust, bearlnn Unto of the 26th day of
April, 1922, belnc duly acknowledged
und recorded In record trust book 84,
at paeo 451, being one of the land ie
corilB of the county of I'emlBCOt, anil
State of Missouri. V. 1. Oates and C.
A. Oates, his wife, and M, A. Dunn, a
ulnb'lu person, conveyed to J. B. Buck
ley, as trustee, tho following de
scribed real estate, with all Improve
ments theieon, lying, being and sli
ute In the County of Pemiscot nnd.
state of Missouri, to-wlt:
All of lots No. Four (4) and Five (5)
In Block No. Twenty-four (24) In
4n Oates Fourth (1th) Addition to (he
City of Huytl, Mo.
Which said conveyance was In trust
to secure the payment of a certain
promissory nrfte and the Interest
thereon, therein part cujaily descilbod,
mid whereasdefault has been made In
the payment of principal and Interest
duethereon, ami said note having
thereby-become' due and payable.
Now, therefore, 1. J. B. Buckley,
trustee, at the request of the lfgal
holder of said note, and' In aceoi dance
with 'the provisions and Stipulation
of said deed of trust, and by virtue of
the authority ventd In me, will on
MOMMY. JAXVAHY 15, 10&I
ofat the Tront door of the Post Office In
the City of Haytl, Pemiscot county,
tftate of Missouri, between the hours
of nine o'clock la "the forenoon and
live o'clock in the afternoon of that
day, offer for sale at puoHg auction,
to the hlg-hest bidder, for cash Uj
v...,.,! nil nf tiie above described' real
estate to pay said note wltjj costs of
executing this trust? ,,. .
J. 1, UUUVUU'i
Official statement of the financial con
dition of the BANK OP HAYTI, at Hay
tl, State of Missouri, at the close of
buslines on tho lith day of December,
11)22, published la The Missouri Herald,
a neuupuper printed and published at
Haytl, State of Missouri on the 15th
day of Dccumlief, 1U22.
Lo.uih and discounts, un
doubtedly nooil on pel -bonal
or collateral $125,278.31
I-.O.UIH, real estate 42.925,37
Ileal estate (banking
Othei ie.il estate-1 6,260.00
FunilLjue and fixtures 1,565.00
Duo f i oni other banks and
bankciH subject to check 177,852,20
f.iHh Items 56.60
Cash mi hand (curieiicy,
MW1, silver and other
coin) 17,836 86
Collections In-ti.intilt. .. t, 088. 92
County w.iiiantM. ... 1,817.35
Capital mIock paid In $20,000.00
Surplus fund 5,734.58
Undivided pio.'lts. nut 5,289.76
Individual ilcponltH mihjecL
to chaste 320,053.84
Time certificates of de- '
tmslt . . 28,828.61
Demand i-oi llflcates of de
posit and cashier's cheeks 1.105.11
Unearned discount , 1,058.00
Total .. $382,129.90
State of MIhhouiI. County of Pemis
AVe, J. L. Dot i In. ad -president, and
T. A. McNall, a H e.iHhior of said bank,
each of us, do solemnly swear that the'
above statement Is ttue to the best of
our knowledge and belief.
.1. Jj DOHKIS, President. .
T. A. MuNAIL. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
thlii Uth dnj ot lieeemlmi', A, D. 1922,
WITNESS my hand and notarial seal
on tho data luM atmesaid. (Commis
sioned and qualified for a teini expir
ing May 12, 1926.
JOHN T. BUCKLEY.
' Notary Public.
I., c. Avnniw;
I. KOI I.N.
r. i. m:im,i;k,
Notice Is heiehy slveiV that a meet
ing of .the Btockliolrt'tiH uf the Haytl
ico rold Stum-'" t'o of Haytl, Mo.,
for the cJee'lyn n (illlo-is idv tho en
Hulnr '''' ''! i"' lh ti'usictlon of
such in! .', i Hliiwi wi niiv prxperly
come hf ' v; ' o ineen iii lyJH be held
nt the oHc 'f sitil eini'iiiiy. In the
City of r.a. I 'll'K(Hii, on Thui-sday.
Jun'iary 4, ''! uutween the 'hours, pf,
11111 and ti'i f a. m. All stockholders
aic tenuesti to be nresent.
''RED MOltoAN. Pres.
t-S t'HAS, MOBOAN, Secy.
The uiiiUi signed hereby give notice
that I li.tvi t tl?ou up aiid posted before
I M. t'wl.r Justice of the peace, of
Huytl t(i' Hhlp, on Friday, December
8, 1922, Diu following animal:
One brown mare 7 or 8 years old
and about, l hands highland branded
on left AhoUlder witli letter"'4." Said
animal an aopralsed at $25.
Dated this 16th day of December,
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