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Today's Overland; 25 miles to the gallon; all-steel
body; baked enamel; 180-inch spring base. Truly
the best car value for the price.
Only three cars have bodies entirely built of steell
One costs you $2500, one $900, and the other is the
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You could not giye mqre appreciable gift than an automobile. She has been wishing for it for a long
time. Make this Christmas one long to be remembered, ilt will be if you let us demonstrate to you
the Wonderful qualities of either the Overland or the Willys-Knight cars. A phone call will bring a
demonstrator to your door, or bring her in. Terms may be had if desired, with immediate delivery.
Storage Batteries Tires Tubes
Accessories Wed Chains
Battery Re-Charging Vulcanizing Automobile Repairing
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THE Missouri Herald congratulates its readers on having reached
ankheGhrurtmastime. -If they will think a little, while they will
m&mnftW& "WPh1 ijoI5ingVpv(feteItsf w better Christmas
than 19211.? ' Pe'niihVtHe layvasjthf pughjthe wa,r?embired
intenaieWrifbf' lifers daily trials and manifold and complex worldly
demaridYand'ex'ai'tioiiB, we-are prone to be unmindful of the presence
within us of these' almost divine attributes. It is only when the finger
of time points to and recalls the hour of the advent of our Lord that we
awaken to the consciousness that there
is something better than the mad pur-
suit of the material and perishable
things of the earth; it is only then that
- the love for our fellow beings becomes
an abounding and all-absorbing-passion.
And in thig love are mirrored the noblest
traits of humanity, in that we come to
delight in bringing sunshine and happi
ness into the lives of all, no matter who
they may be, for in this great love all
mankind are akin. It is at this period
of the year that we are at our best;
for in the bestowal of the symbols of
1 our love, affection and esteem, we ap
proach nearest to the teachings and
example of Him who gave His life that all men should have eternal
life life crowned and exalted by joy without end. So it is that in wel
coming the advent of this day of good-will and good cheer and good
fellowship, The Missouri Herald with a heart overflowing with grati
tude, extends to one and all '
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THE HERALD PANTING CO., ubluhers
0. FOEAM, Solf Owner aid Saiiness Manager
C. S. YORK, Editor
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For Superintendent of Schools
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, Sunday school, 0. B. Davis, uuper
Intondent, 10:00 a. in. Annonncc
montB will Jjo made c'oncornlnij
Chrlgtmas entertainment for the
At 11 o'clock worship Hov. A. B.
Culbertson will have for his topic,
"RcqulBltcs for Christian Witness
ing." The Epworth League will have de
votional meeting at C:45. Tho topic
will he "Tho Glorious Gains of Fi
delity," and Miss Maymo llearn Is to
ho tho leader.
At 7; 30 Mr. Culbertson -will dis
cuss tho important loplc, "Why the
Church In Haytl Is Not Stronger."
Ho will ondcavor to bo- fair and
courteous to all, and tho public is
invited to hear this discussion.
As tho New Year draws near it is
to be hoped that all will be looking
back over th'o past year. Wo can
each see now many places whore we
should have done hotter, ' Hero Is
our opportunity to make 1923 an
advance over 1022.
This issue of Tho Missouri Herah
Is to bo commended for Its effort to
call attention to helpful thoughts.
Epr the spjrlt'of' enterprise lt Jfl
To one and all the Methodist
Church pastor and officials appre
ciate your co-operation and wish
you tho best of success in every
right endeavor, regardless of your
rank or creed.
15 DAYS LEFT TO FILE
STATE BONUS APPLICATIONS
On November 27, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Hooker, Miss
Katherine McHaney entertained the
Monday Club and the following
guests: Mrs. A. McHaney of Ken
nett; and Messrs. 'Hooker, Raybuck,
Llmbaugh, Brlttin, Ray, C. P.
'ells'iLamar Thompson, W. H. and
iH. 'J. "Reinhard, Blair Buckley and
The.i4.quse was very beautifully
decoraWd'ln large yellow chrysan
jthemume,Jand on eacb,tjt$tyi -,was
f pundlia'liahvOf If rult, confections.
"' Seven Vgaxnte wre played,. Mrs.
Wv'H. rRejnhard .winning ladles
prize, ta-beautlful ' hand-painted'ice
tub, -and ;Mr.. H..-J.1 Relnhard winnng
thefigentleman?BprUe, a smoking set.
IfeliciouB refreshments consisting
of -6bicken salad on lettuce leaf,
cheese and olive sandwiches cut in
sh'ape hearts and diamonds, wafers,
olives.'plckles, fruit fluff, angel food,
cake and coffee was served.
Everyone voted Miss McHaney a
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. Former
service men who havo not fllcd
State bonus claims havo until De
cember 31 to fllo them.
Claims are coming into tho olllco
of the Soldier Bonus Commission and
tho oilico of Adj. Gen. Itaupp at the
rato of about forty a day. About
116,000 have boon recolved and
about. 111,000 will be pHld boforo
tho ?15.000,000 fuu.d will be ex
All thoso' that are filed before
December 31 will bo paid when an
other bond Issuo Is voted, Nearly
?G, 000, 000 will bo required.
High grade watches, tho larg
est stock over shown in tho county,
at Turnbaugh's Jowelry Store, Ca-ruthersvllle
Win. Evans of Steele and Mrs.
Salljo Alford wore married at tho
homo of tho bride in this city
Wednesday afternoon. They will re
side in .this city.
Tho Monday Club mot on the even
ing of December 11th. In the home of
Mrs, O. E. Hooker on West Broad
way. The usual number of plnochlo
gamesi was followed by. a delightful
When tho scores were counted
Mrs. B. L. Gufl'y and Miss H.altio
Mae Argo tied, Miss Argo winning
in tho final cut. .
The prize was a lovely French
fiowor basket, made by the hostess.
The party was one of the most en
joyablo of the season, yot was sad
der from the' reason the Club was to
lose one of its members, Mrs. Guffy.
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Buy that Christmas phonograph
at Turnbaugh's Jewelry Store, Ca-ruthorsvlllo.
Col. Collin Morgan, father of Fred
and Charlie Morgan of this city, is
reported to bo dangerously ill at
Memphis, Tenn., where he had gone,
to visit one of his daughters.
p-The.new Brunswick records for
December now on sale, at Turn
baugh's Jowolry Store, Caruthers-villo.
Puritan OIL Ranges.
Lefler Hardware Co.
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