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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
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"Belmont Chocolates." The
name alone typifies Quality
first, last and always.
The packages are refined and
are just what you are looking
1 2 lb , 2 lb , 5 lb Boxes
Agents for Nunnally's high
Bulk Candies and bar goods.
FUERST AND KRAMER
We have only a few left,
lib, 21b. 51b
We have a very well selected
line of toys that will appeal
to the little fellow.
Dolls, Wagons, Trains, Au
Just received a big shipment
of Holiday Stationery.
Our line of .Toilet Articles is
complete in every detail and
enables you to buy from the
lowest to the highest grade ar
ticle for "My Lady's" toilet.
that is hard to beat. We have
some exceptional values in
Gillette Razors and
Eveready Daylos in all styles
Conklin and Parker Pens and
Pencils in Holiday Boxes
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Cigarettes and Cigars in Holi
Cinco, Muriel, Chancellor, in
boxes of 10c, 25c and 50c.
Cigarette Cases and Pipes
In choosing a camera be sure
to examine the Seneca line.
No mutter how little or how
much you wish to invest there
is a oeneca lo meet your every
In leather goods, pocket books,
card cases, wallets or purses,
our stock represents the best
for the price. '
We do not claim to have the
largest stock of leather goods,
but have a selection of num- '
bers that give the most service
This section includes such
items as Rubber Balls, Ther
mos Bottles, Thermos Kits.
Candles, Games, Clocks, Hoh
ner Harps, Mirrors.
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For the Winter Traffic
Winter traffic is the hardest on the car, and you should keep it 9
in the best condition in order to get reliable and efficient ser- J
vice and be ready for inslant use.
Automobile Repairing ,
Starter and Generator Work
Gasoline Engine Repairing
All Work Guaranteed 5
General Garage Work
J AS. STANLEY i
Hayti, Missouri J
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In thlb ibsuc of The Missouri
Herald appears a cartoon by J. N.
DInff, one of the nation's foremost
cartoonists, who gives syndicate ser
vice to a number of leading cosmo
politan daily newspapers. The true
name of the cartoonist is Jay N.
Darling and his home is in Des
The use of this cartoon has been
the contribution of Mr. Darling in
the tight against tuberculosis, a
wpjrtliy, cause commun.dlug the sup
piyt of everybody: 'The picture is
tun 01 meaning, tens us own siory
anil aflords a subject for niedita
ber 15 it was estimated that during
the daylight hours one tourist car
'was crossing the border over the
Jthree main highways every 15 min
utes. Some of these vehicles include
contraptions never before seen on
four wheels. One favored by many
of the travelers is a chassis with a
one-room house upon it, equipped
with everything from the stationary
wash bnsin to rocltlng chairs.
The ilivver with camping equip
ment suspended from every possible
part or tho car to which a bit of wire
or cord can be attached,' Is tho most
common long distanco traveler. A
"hay burner" lantern, one of tho va
riety usually seen about farm houses
Tho enrtoou will have wide use by
nowspapers in Missouri. Tho news
papers contribute space to give pub
licity to the sale of Tuberculosis
Chribtmas Seals which Is belnE con
ducted throughout Missouri by the
pupils of tho schools. The cartoon
lso has been adapted to display up
on tho screens of the leading mov
ing picture theaters of the State who
thus contribute to tho cause'.
The general fight In the State
against tuberculosis has been con
ducted by the Missouri Tuberculosis
Association and Is yielding results
that justify the financial support of
everybody In the State.
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Vfoltt Scented Seaweed of the Caspian
Violet hcenled seaweed grows In the
lakes of the Munylshlak peninsula la
the Caspian sea, and the pleasant odor
'therefrom scents the air for miles iron
TO FLORIDA STARTED
Every Conceivable Form of "Gas"
Jacksonville, Pla. Somebody In
Maine or Minnesota discovered a
few years ago that he could load his
family into the family flivver and
drive to Florida for the winter at an
expense about equal to the railroad
fare for one person.
Now motor cars, from the quiet
running, sedan to the rattling, hang
ing flivver with frying pans, lan
terns, coffee pots, buckets and other
utensils attached all over them from
radiators, to tire racks, descend upon
Florida in droves bearing the van
guard of the thousands of tourists
who motor to the peninsular in the
fall from all parts of the Union.
The movement is never expected
to be in full swing before the middle
of November, but this year by Octo
may bo attached to the radiator cap.
Under the car may be swinging two
or three water buckets, each tilled
with cooking utensils or other ar
ticles, A frying pan may bo attach
ed to a door handle, and the run
ning boards usually are weighted
dqwn with baggage and tho inovitn-
Ble small tent that may be erected
within a few minutes when the tour
ist flnds a likely place to stop for the
night. Every city and town in
Florida along the motor routes with
in the last few years has established
a camp site, and in the case of those
on the outskirts of the larger places,
are equipped with electric lights,
water mains and bewerage. Every
camp now is under the supervision
of the State board of health and
one sanitary engineer devotes his
entire time during the winter to tho
Inspection of them..
Their History Loet.
t When, the people of northern Europe
were living in reed huts the Muyas of '
Yucatan seem to have been on the'
verge of true civilization. The Cause
of their decline, Is unknown. 'When
the conqulstadores came, soon after
the year 1.T00, their temples, palaces J
and cities were already In ruins.
Birds Do Valuable Work.
The total number of insect-eatln
birds In the United States is esti
mated at more thnn 4,5p0,000,000.
Each bird may destroy as Nmany ni
100 insects a day. '
Lefler Hardware Co.
Because of increasing business from both my out-of-town
and city customers it has been necessary for
me to install additional machinery to take care of my
business. ,1 have recently installed another up-to-date
pressing machine, and now can promise the out-of-town
trade quick service. Remember, I pay the post
age both ways. -Just send your pressing, alteration
and repair work to me, and I will guarantee you ser
vice that will make you come back again.
Walter G. White
CLEANER AND PRESSER
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