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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
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Real Estate for
I have what I consider some dandy bargains in
Houses and Lots
Vacant Lots and
If you are in the market, I can fix you up at terms to suit. Bet
ter buy a home as a Christmas present for yourself and wife.
To those who want to sell their property, would advise you to
see me NOW as I have some live wire buyers wanting to buy.
The commission is reasonable.
F. M. Perkins Real Estate Co.
Telephone No. 88 Hayti, Missouri
By Christopher G. Hazard
My G-room residence in Kohn ad
dition, in good condition; good sur
roundings. Will sell for cash, or ad
dress Mrs. D. B. Hayes, Chaffee,
Mo. 1-tf 50 pd
Ed Gotcher spent several days of
this week near Wardell, where he
has been engaged in surveying.
Blankets and comforts, at Buck
leys. Milt af Thread In Pound.
Out ol a single pouud of cotton 4,770
miles of thread have been spun.
Enamel and Tin Ware..
Lefler Hardware Co.
itiere la more Catarrh In this section
at the country than all other diseases
put ' together, and for years it was sup
posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and bjr constantly falling
to cure with, local treatment, pronounced
it Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
Rrcatly Influenced by constitutional con
ditions and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by P. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional
remedy, is taken Internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re
ward Is offeree; for any caso that Hall's
Catarrh Medicine falls to cuie. Send for
circulars and testimonial!;.
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by DrUBBHts, 75c.
Hull's Family 1'iUa for constipation,
BILL APPEARS DEAD
Senate Leaders Agree to Kill Meas
ure to Stop Filibuster.
WASHINGTON. The Dyer anti
lynching bill, to all practical in
tents and purposes, appeared to be
dead tonight. It is understood this
was agreed by Democratic Leader
Underwood and Senator Curtis of
Kansas, Republican whip, after they
had discussed the two-day 'filibuster
of the Democratic Senators. Fail
ing to break the fllibuster, the Sen
ate adjourned over Thanksgiving
with the opposing forces announc
ing that they would resume their at
tack when the Senate reconvenes.
The understanding is that anoth
er effort will be made when the Sen
ate reconvenes after the Thanksgiv
ing recess to take up the bill for con
sideration, and, if it proves as inef
fectual as efforts up to the present
time have, the bill will die with the
present session of Congress.
This was the announced purpose
of the Democratic opposition to kill
the bill by not even permitting its
consideration. This attitude was
resented by numerous members of
the majority party, but after resent
ment hud no effect on the opposition
whicli has now laid away the Dyer
bill along with the Liberian loan
bill. Undoubtedly the same tactics
will be tried by the Democrats when
the shipping bill passed by the
House comes before the Senate.
OFF TO CALIFORNIA.
(, 1922, Western Newpaper Union.)
TT STOOD In the corner of n rather
needy room. It was festooned with
strings of popcorn and cables of cran
berries. Wisps of tissue paper and
tinsel ornaments were out upon the
branches, and small candles stood
ready to Illuminate the occasion. There
were many Invisible things upon the
tree, too. The Imaginations of the
children had been as busy, as their
dreams. Family resources may be
limited, but there are no bounds In the
realms of Santa Claus and hope. In
the magical Christmas time the clouds
of poverty are all as gilded and beau
tiful as any sunset can furnish. Any
thing may happen then. Cinderella is
as hopeful as her more favored sis
ters : not an urchin but has an expect
ant eye. So the Tanner Christmas tree
was as beautiful as a picture and as
full of presents as a picture could be.
But, however pictured by fancy and
made of good wishes, the presents were
all invisible. No one could see what
was In the heads of the dreamers and
the hearts of the anxious but needy
providers. For weeks the mill had
been closed, and now the family pock
etbook was about empty. Father Tan
ner looked at the tree, could not see
a gift on It, and shook his head. Moth
er Tanner was Inclined to make the
best of It
Yes, the tree was one of the family.
It had been the tree of last year's
Christmas and the tree of the year be
fore that It was a tree that kept Its
evergreen habit and that did not seem
to grow old. It was like a living tree,
made to bring forth Its fruit every
year. It had been so good to them that
they had named it Bounty. And now
It stood there in the dark, all dressed
up, but with nothing but blossoms,
without any fruit. It could see the
hurrying children running to their
morning disappointment. It could
Every Make of
Come see this wonderful in
vention the Brunswick Ultona
which brings all artists on all
makes of records into the home.
Much of the widespread prefer
ence for the Brunswick is due to
this exclusive feature.
The machine iluustrated U
a $125.00 model. We have oth
er. at from $65.00 to $250.00.
Hon. T. II. R. Ely of Kennett and
W. A. Hatslip of Senath left Sunday
night for Merced Falls, California.
Mr. Ely has been retained by Mr.
Haisilp to defend the latter's son,
who is charged with killing a man.
Mr. Ely was accompanied by Mrs.
Ely and the latter's aunt, Mrs. D.
B. Pankey. They expect to return
by way of San Antonio, Texas,
where they will visit Mrs. Ely's sis
ter, Mrs. A. R. Ponder. Dunklin
Underwear of good , heavy
weight, for all sizes, at Buckleys'.
L. C. AVERILL
NEW ERA LODGE, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Tuesday night. Visiting
ncmbera cordially Invited io attend.
C. K. CHISM, N. G
W. B. O'CONNOR, Secretary
is the Time to be Thankful
and we are, for all the patron
age given us.
By coming to us for your Xmas
, and you will save money, and
we both will be thankful.
Everything for everybody.
If You Don't Trade
Here We Both Lose
hear their cries of surprise and
chagrin. Silly Sam, more needy of
amusement than the others, would look
In vain for his expected go-cart; Sue
would miss the two dress patterns for
her big doll, her new hat and high
chair for her little doll; Bill Tanner
would not get his skates; Dick would
still need a sled. It was anything but
a merry tree.
TfutT!t was a wonderful tree. It had
a power of mnklng itself felt all over
a neighborhood. It could summon San
ta Claus by n kind of wireless message
that went through walls and every
thing. It reached as far as the folks
who were having a Christmas eve
party twp blocks away and made them
think of Mr. Folsom's mill boss and
Mrs. Folsom's laundry woman. They
had been wishing for some new fun
for their party that day and now It
came Into their heads to go over and
be Santa for the Tanners. So the tree
drew a very silent but very busy com
pany to the Tanners' back door.
As the children had left' directions
for Santa on the table It was easy to
find out what the tree was expected to
do, so, presently, It did it There was
more, too, than orders for the wanted
things; the merrymakers had brought
with them enough to satisfy any rea
sonable tree ; there were picture books,
NOW IN MISSOURI
The people of Missouri are now
well toward the top of the list of
motor vehicle owners, the citizens
of but few States outrank them. Ac
cording to a recent statement of
Secretary of State Becker, there Is
now a total of 382,250 automobiles
and trucks in this State.
Dome Requires Much Paint.
One thousand gallons of paint are
required to paint the dome of, tilt
oapltol tt Washington.
Dodge Touring car, in good shape;
new tires. D. & D. Garage, Hayti,
From somewhere we grab the follow
lac definition of "honeymoon.'' That
fertod of human experience wktcb IMp .,
between the last agreement aid tat)
lrst dispute." Richmond Tunes-D1sV fc
Hoover Vacuum Sweepers.
lefler Hardware Co.
picture puzzles, games, a scissors
grinder that could make the sparks
fly, a train of cars that coufd go, a doll
that could say "mama," and candy
enough to go round. For Father and
Mother Tanner there was a pocketbook
with gold In It, and a note of good
cheer that was better than the gold.
So the wonderful tree spent the rest
of the night in trembling Joy. It could
not sleep for thinking of the friendly
love that hod provided such a happy
morning to come. And when the drat
of the morning light brought all the
Tanners downstairs the tree fairly
Bhook with pleasure, amid the wonder
and tho glee of that Christmas day.
As for tho servants of Sauta Claus,
they had never had such a merry
Christmas before. Their hearts were
so warm that they did not mind the
frost. They sang over the pleasure of
giving pleasure and relief. They Bald
they knew that Santa Claus had to live
up North so that he could cool off after
his warm Interest In the happiness of
others. They addressed htm in verses
that must have made him Jollier than
ever, calling him : v
THE) MAQIC MAN
I There Is a man who lives up north
' All clad in robes and furs,
, And every year he sallies forth
Aa lovo his golntr spura.
H raltlgatta the winter cold
That otherwise wouM frees,
And keeps hlmaelt from growing ola
By tending Christmas trees. '
The children for hie coming wait.
Bo do tho old folks, too; I
Unliapplnete goes out tho gate ,
When Santa cornea to you. . .
And their own presents never seamed
lo largo and good before.
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That Cabin in
The greatest American, perhaps, was born in a shab
bily constructed cabin built of logs. The immortal
Abraham Lincoln, of poor but honest parentage, rose
'to the highest rank possible in America.
But those were the days of log cabins now is the day
of homey homes a place of comfort and convenience.
If life is worth living, it is worth a home of your own.
If you cannot afford one of magnificence, get a lot and
build a one or two-room home. The rent laving
will make it possible for you to add other rooms and
eventually a home you and your family will be proud
We invite you to come in and let us assist you on the
way of a home owner.
BILLY NETHERY, Manager
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