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title: 'The Missouri herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1922-1990, December 15, 1922, Image 20',
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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
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SHOES OR BOOTS
HAT 'OR CAP
TIES OR COLLARS
Many other suitable and
Christmas time is Present time but when
you give presents this year make them with a thought as
to their usefulness something that will serve the year
'round. In buying for Christmas we had that thought in
mind, and believe you will appreciate it.
OVERCOAT OR SUIT
BOOTS OR SHOES
SUIT OR COAT
SHOES OR SLIPPERS
We have presents for the
of tiumiil .stockholder)' Mrrllni: of
(lie llioll lluilillnu; mill l.oitn Akko
vlntlon. To the stockholdeiB of the H.iyti
Building and Ko.m Association-
XotlfP Is lu". Pl'V given, that the an-
u 1 imiili" f siookholderB of
ihe Hayti liuilii!' u .mil Loan Associa
tion slll In- held I " 1 i" i. Mlmiouii. on
.MoihlaN. .lanital v 1 1UJ3. in the t'lty
Jlall. at "..SO cloflv j in., for Hie
ti.iiiH.tction of rt.-Kiil.tr litiHiiiCHS
Doiio liy order of tlie Board of 1)1
jectors of tho Hayti Building and Loan
Association at Its regular meeting.
J)etf. G, 1U22
J. V. JOHNSON,
President of tlio Hayti lluildlng and
Attest: S- 1. OATHS.
Seuetary of tlie Hayti Building and
A ItfNolulloii Deeming and Declaring
It a ftroravltr to I'nte and Improve
the Htrcrti Around tlie Square of the
City of llarl remUcot Comity. Ml.-
Kenrl, by Ilrlnglnc to an IlatnblUaed
tirade and Sub-IJrnile Combined, and
by l.nylDR a I'nement Aloni; Maid
NtrertN Around Sold .Square.
"Whoreim, Main street fioni the west
cuih line of Third street to the cast
line of fourth Btieet, Fourth street
from the north line of Main street to
tho south lino of Broadway street,
Broadway street from the east line
of Fourth street to tlie west line
of Third stroet and Third stieet from
the south line of Broadway to th
noi th line of Main stieet Is in bad con-
llti tml dining a larKo iai I of tho
year it is almost impassable to ordinary
vehicles because of the heavy and over
lucicastiiK trallic theieon; and
Wheieas, the condition of tho gen
eral iGVfiiue fund of said City of
fllaytl. Missoliii. will not permit any
impiiivemeiitH like ki.uiiiik. minKiuK
to an establlKlu-d Kiude oi p.ivIiib with
rock or concrete with a wearing sur
face of. tarva "X" filled macadam, at
the expense of the City of Hayti, it is
heieby iesolc-d and declined that the
blinking; to an established nni:le. liav
Iiik with rock base with a wearlnK
surface of tin va "X" tilled niaeadam
and concrete cuibs and uutteis (where
same Is to be set out beyond tho side
walk) Is neci'ssaiy to be done niul
made on and aloupr Main stieet from
the east curb line of Third street to
the west line of Fourth stieet. and on
Fourth stieet fiotn the north line of
Main stieet to the south Hue of Broad
way street, on Hi oadway street from
the cast line of Fourth street to the
west line of Tliiid stroet and on Third
street fiom the south line of Broadway
street to tlie north line of Main street,
and this Is to be done at the expense
of the property owners along Main
sttoet. Fourth street, Broadway street
and Thiid stieet and in adjoining
blocks to he levied upon and assessed
in the manner piovlded for by the laws
of the State of MisRnuii, governing
cities of the fourth class.
First: It Is hereby resolved and de
clared necessary to bring the said
above named streets to an established
grade between tho lines ubovo do-
suilbed by tho removal of unnecessary
dirt along the above descilbed stioets
and by shaping up said streets with
a lock ba.se and it wearing surface of
tarva "X" filled macadam, also con
cicte curbs and gutters and to admit
of the pioper drainage.
Second: It Is heieby lcsolved and
declared necessaiy that after the
above described streets have been
In ought to an established grade and
shaped as heiein piovided for, that
thcie shall be placed on and along
the above described stieets a pave
ment of nine inch lock base, with an
additional lock and tarva "X" wear
ing surface filled macadam, said sur
face to be of a thickness of four Inch
es, alsoconciete cut bed and gutters on
both sides of said p.u ts of said streets
Third: It Is further resolved and
declined that this resolution be pub
lished In The Mlssouii Heiald two con
secutive weekly insertions of said pa
per, the same being a newspaper pub
lished in Hayti. Mo.
Passed by the Boat d of Aldermen
at its meeting Dec. 4th, 1922.
J. H. WILKS, Mayor.
Approved Dec. 4th. 1U22.
.1. H. WILKS. Mayor.
S. P. OATRS.
Three Gifts for Men
Soot on Carpet.
If you drop soot on the carpet cover
It with a coating of dry salt before
you attempt to sweep It up.
Day or Nighi
Christmas Greetings from
wishing you a Happy New Year
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Small and unimportant gifts are the
kind that make Christmas merry. Here
are three of them that men will appre
ciate. They are an astonished gentle
man, with painted face, made of a
ball of twine and wearing a stiff white
collar and tie of paper, a pair of paint
ed and Initialed ehoo-trees and a ere-tonne-coverod
ash tray, fitted with a
Ford sedan in fair shape. Has
good tires, and priced at $150.00.
D. & D. Garage, Hnyti, Mo.
John T. Baird, attorncy-at-Iaw,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Toad Baird of
this city, came down Wednesday
morning to visit his parents and see
after legal matters. John has an
ofllco with a prominent law firm
located in the Chemical Building,
and wo understand is "making
good." Having become a subscriber
to Tho Missouri Herald, John will
keep posted on the happenings in
- Tha BlgOMt Sawm.
The world's biggest circular wwi
were made In Philadelphia. Then
are two of them, each measuring nlna
feet In diameter. Whirring at the rata
'of "134 miles an hour, they dally cat
th$lr way through giant logs at Hoqul.
-1-Wilwni Wood Heateri.
t Irefler Hardware Co,
kf m i,. m
In the circuit court of Butler
county last week a negro was lined
$50 for voting illegally in the elec
tion held November 7. He had been
a resident of the State less than u
year. The poor ignorant negro was
hardly to blame for committing the
oftense. If the officials want to per
form a real public service they ought
to prosecute the white man or men
who are responsible for negroes cast
ing illegal ballots. There has been
a lot of this thing going on in South
east Missouri these past few years,
and it ought to be stopped. Fining
the negro is hardly the correct wav
to stop it. Bloomdeld Vindicator.
Ha who waits to do a great deal of
good at once will never do anything.
Hupmobile touring car, new bat
tery, good tires and in good condi
tion. Price $150.00. D. & EL. Ga
rage, Hayti, Mo.
An Unusual Ohio Cricket.
The jumping bush cricket (Orcharls
saltator) is found in small numbers
throughout the southern half of Ohio,
frequenting the undergrowth of denaa
woods, the thickets along the borders
of streams and the shrubbery of or
chards and yards.
Something to Worry About.
"I am never able to figure oat,"- $m
Atchison loafer tells the Globe, "what
a switch engine or a piano tuner la
trying to do." Atchison Globe.
Lefler Hardware, Co.
A Joy Ride
TIiIh ibn't :i jiiotcat against the automobile. Those who can afford
It m.iy "hum KUHolino" to their heart's content. In fact, It helps
J Jut you will lemoiuhcr that the grasshonnor that sane; all cummer
Kot his hHikoi sadly out of tune when winter time nrrlved. It's
fun to ko tho faatjmce, but not uiiIchh you can affoid It. It's better
to )lay safe than to lie sorry afterwnid. It's hotter to save a little
as you ko ulontr than to whiz off Into the future on high speed and
land in tho ditch. The rich mon of today weru the saving men of
yesterday almost without exception, uur b.mlc off.u-s you every
opiiui tunity for systematic saving.
BANK OF HAYTI
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.
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