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THE HERALD, HAYTI, MO.
We are in the Lumber business because we
know that you will want to buy lumber and
building materials every once in a while
Whenever You Want To Buy
Anything in Our Line Don't J
Fail To Come Here.
We will make each such visit
well worth your while
BILLY NETHERY, Manager
Miss Boni Mnckard, who lias been Honauut Spread is delicious, is
visiting over the holidnys wiih hmiie ado of lionoy ami ground nuts, get it
folks, returned to school at Cape Gir- at Buckleys,
ardeau Monday. '
i Leon and Juanila, the children of
Figaro, the liquid meat smoke, Mr. ami Mrs. Ollie Cliism, are both
best of all, at ISuckleys. reported on the sick list this week.
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I SALE OF REPAIR WORK
I have on hand a largo amount of repair work which has not
been called for, sonic of which I have been keeping for years.
This is notice to the public that alter j
FEBRUARY 1st. 1922
I will offer for sale all repair work that lias been on hand for :
moro than ono year, in order that I may recover the ropair :-
charges on same. :
T. BEN TURNBAUGH
Opposite Frisco Station
Open Day & Night
Short Orders A Specialty
We Serve Morris Supreme Ham and Bacon
ROSS BALDWIN, Proprietor
THE HAYTI HERALD
ruts iir.UAi.n imiintinc co., rubra.
L. J. BANNER, Editor
O. 1'01'IIAM, Business Manager
Published Weekly, on Thursdays, at
Corner Fourth and Broadway Hts.
Unti-rcd hh spcond-clnss mutter Oct
30, l'JOS, nl the postotlleo ut Iliiytl, Mo.,
under the act of March 3, 1B7.
Olllclnl Acmjmiiht of I'ciulncot County
One yt'iir . f l.liO
i:ikiu nioiitiiH 1.00
.Six months .75
rorrlKti AdvertlilnK Kcprcsentntbrr
I 1 1 lEAMl'.KICAN HU'.SS ASSOCIATION'
Regular legal rates will lio charged
by The Iluyli Herald for all lognl ad
vertising: Olio dollar pel squaro for
tlio first Insertion and fifty cunts for
each subsequent Insertion, cash with
proof of publication In every cam;, un
Ickh prior mruiigeineiils havi- Iipoii
made. Ital-n for some of the common
forms of lniral advert iHPiricntfl are n.
follows1 Order of puhllciition In di
vorce cusps $7.50. cash in advance: No
tlrp of Until settlement $2 50; Admin
tMrator's notice $."!; Hank Mnnnctnl
itntcmonts $5, cash with iiroof of put)
patlon. Display, front pue, column Inch .18
illsplay. run of paper, column Inch .IB
Locals, black "ace. per line .10
Locals, Ichk than 1 Inch, per word .01
ileadcrH. per ineh .25
Olllrp IMioiip 04
trildt'iirc IMioiip 47
TIME VOll SMALIi TOWNS
TO BEGIN FIGHTING
All small towns in the United
States should protest to the govern
ment against the recommendation
of Postmaster General Hays that mail
deliveries he abandoned in some 750
towns having less than 10,000 popu
lation. INSTEAD OF ABANDONING
MAIL DELIVERY IN A SINGLE
VILLAGE, THE SYSTEM SHOULD
Mail delivery is one of the me-st
important services if not the most
important service that government
can render to a community. This
is so strongly recognized in the citi
es and large towns that tio people
of those places arc constantly de
manding moro letter carriers and
speedier facilities at stations for
handling their mail. In fact, no
body in the postal department even
dreams of reducing the system in
the larger places.
WHY SHOULD THE TEOPLE OF
THE SMALL TOWNS BE PICKED
ON TO SUFFER?
If the t;"rnment once lifnrts I hi?
I'ling of f.'j.iml'niee Ire l.ttle ser
vice it now gives small communi
ties, there is no tolling where it will
end. If 752 towns can ruthlessly
lie deprived of letter delivery in one
big lump, it will he easy enough to
pick larger places, ono by one, and
drop them from th system.
All American towns of less than
10,000 population ought to raise a
tremendous fuss about this matter
right away and never let up until
the government adopts a direct op
posite policy n policy of cxtention
of service rather than an abandon
ment of it, wherever it is.
Oyster shells, for your chickens
will increase their egg yield, at
FREE MATINEE FOR FAR
MERS EACH SATURDAY
Arrangements have boon made for
a free matinee to be given to the far
merscach Saturday afternono at the
Empress Theatre, under the new
management of Wilbur Stout, the
first show to bo held tomorrow, Sat
urday. This has boon made possible by the
ro-nperation of the Theatre and the
business men of the city. Each busi
ness interested in the arrangements
have been supplied with tickets with
which to give to their customers,
whether make a purchase or not, and
any farmer or his entire family can
feel perfectly welcome to call at any
one of the stores and ask for tickets
for himself and family. This will
bo a much appreciated priviligo for
the farmers of this community, we
have no doubt, and it is tho wish of
our business men that they will take
advantage of the offer.
HAYTI YOUNG MEN
HOLD GOOD DANCE
The young men of Huyti, a local
organization, gave a very enjoyable
dance hi tho Armory last night to a
largo and enthusiastic audience,
which was well nttended by many
out of town guests as well as the
largest part of tho local followers of
the torpsichorian art. These boys
havo been furnishing splendid music
by having tho Southern Flvo fur
nish the music for tho occasions, and
wo understand they will play again
here on tho 13th,
Ten Thousand Theories.
Ten thouennd beautiful theories for
bettering one's fellow beings llo la
wreckage along the shores of time,
Tho fellow belugs objected.
UNITED FARMERS BUSY
Tho United Farmers of America,
who havo recently organized In this
section have been very busy thec
last few weeks securing new mem
bers and perfecting their organization
, which is a fast growing one, and
have been holding meetings in the
various communities of the county,
explaining and enlisting tho active
lsuistanco of all who are interested
in the movement. This Is a worthy
irgnuizutiou, we ro informed, and
one which has been needed for a
long time, because practically every
ch'ss ha? been organized into some
form of an association or union in an
effort to promote better working
conditions among its members with
the exception of the farmers. There
are ti great many advantages to be
secured by tho farmer in organiza
tion, such as the Improvement of
marketing conditions, which is great
ly needed. By pooling their inter
ests and buying and selling thru a
central agency, they will be able to
secure much better prices and mar
kets for their produce and also be
able to '-how its members tho ad
vantages of growing certain pro
ducts in certain communities ben
adapted to same. This paper is an
xious to render any assistance that
wo may in this connection.
PERRY VAUGHN IS DEAD
Perry Vaugh, who has been at
Monctte, Ark., for several weeks, died
there the First, Now Year's day, and
was brought to this city on lha Sec
ond, funeral service being hold at
the homo of Ed Adams at 1:30 p. m.
.Monday afternoon, conducted by Rev.
W. C. Scott, pastor of the First Bap
tist church of this place, interment
being made immediately aftsrwards
in White's Cemetery, west of this
Mr. Vaughn, was well known in
Hayti, an old pioneer, a good citizen.
Ilo was born March 0, 18(55, ami
it can be seen that he was GO years,
nine months and 125 days old. He
leaves a wife and four children, two
boys and two girls. He has two
sisters and a brother living.
The Herald join the many friends
of the family in extending to them
Hie most sincere sympathies in the
hours of trouble and visitation of
tho grim reaper.
Miss Vernette Ilellings of St.
Louis, who has been visiting for sev
eral months in Campbell with har
aunt, Mrs. L. II. Hudkins, came down
and spent the week end with her
friend, Mrs. Patsy Banner.
The Southern Five played a dance
at Pascola Tuesday to a very large
crowd. Several carloads went from
Hayti there to attend. They play
for another dance held here last
Official statement of tho financial con
dition of tho JIAMC OF HAYTI, at Hay
ti, State of Missouri, at the closo of
business on the II 1st day of December,
Ui2 1. published in The Hayti Herald,
a newspaper printed and published at
H.ivti. Ktati- ol .Missouri, on the Cth
du of January, 1022.
Loans and discounts, un
doubtedly kooiI on personal
or collateral $ 10, 1 17.50
Loans, real estate '18, 05 LSI
Heal estate (banking house) .3,850.00
titbi-r real estate ... li,2iii).(MI
Furniture and lixiuri-s 1,565.00
Dun from othpr banks and
bankers subject to check .'IS 107.10
Cash items 1.77
c.iali on hand currency, etc. 12, nihil!
Other resources, as follows:
f'ounty Warrants 7,270.(ii;
L .S. Treasurer Certillcntes 5,00(1 00
Capital stock paid in $ 20,000,00
Surplus fund 5,309.19
Undivided prollts, not 3,3t!S.no
Individual deposits subject
to check lin.fil2.SI
Time certificates of deposit. 20,210 18
Diinand certificates of depos
it and cashier's checks--. 1.303,07
Hills Payable NONK
Stato of Missouri, County of Pemis
Wo, J. Ij. Dorrls, as president, and
T. A. McNall, as cashier of said hank,
each of us, do solemnly swear that tho
abovo atatomont Is true to tho best of
our Unowlodgo and belief.
J. L. DOIIHIS, Prosidont.
T. A. McNAIL, Cashier.
Subscribed and Bworn to boforo mo,
this fib day of January, A 1)., 11122.
AVITNESS my hand and notarial seal
on tho day last aforesaid, (Commis
sioned and qualified for a term expir
ing .May 12. 1025.
JOHN T. BUCKLEY.
l. c. avi3rill,
l. l li:fli;h,
How to tell the
lift the lid. Then you'll see thctrade-mark "Vktoola."
You.11 also find tho name "Victroli" and tho other Victor
trade-marks; the famous dog and the famous phrase.' TKa
Even children know these trade-marks. And it is equally
cosy to recognize the Victrola by its superior translation
from Victor Records of the voices and instruments of the
world's, greatest artists.
These trade-marks are your uuarantccn of quaKty and a
Eliedmc of service.
v Cetyour Victrola and Vector lccards here.
An important change was made
this week when Wilbur Stewart took
over the Empress Theatre himself
and will hereafter conduct and man
age the motion picture show him
self. Geo. V. Dorris has owned tho
theatre and Wilbur has been acting
as manager, but Mr. Dorris business
requires the most of his time and lio
will hereafter devote tho most of his i
time to his second-hand and under
Mr. Stewart announces, that ho will
furnish up-to-date, cosmopolitan ser
vice and introduced a new inovation
Thurs-'day evening when lie secured
the services of the Southern Five, a
musical organization of note, who are
playing for dances all over tho country.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan spent
the weel: end close to Stewart, visit
ing with U. G. Alexander and Sid
Vaughn, where they held a hog kill
ing, reporting everybody In that vici
nity as feeling llrst rate.
Miss Sarah Culbertson of Mexico,
who has been visiting her parents,
Hev. and Mrs. A. U. Culbertson, re
turned home Sunday.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"The man I marry," said the luuchrv
girl, "must hnve a family had; .if
him." "Oil, I can ftilllll that ri-ii, fo
ment all right," he replied confidently.
"I've gone away ahead of any of my
Our Days Upon Earth.
We nre but of yesterday, and know
nothing, because our days upon earth
are a shadow, Job S:9,
Siloes for everyone in the ful
ly, at Iluckieys.
Hewarc! Unless you see iho name
"Bayer" on package or on tablcte you
are " not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty -one
years and proved safe by millions. Take
Aspirin only as told in the Bayer package
for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and
for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer
Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Drug
girts also sell larger packages. Aspirin
is tho trado mark of Bayer Manufacture
f Monoaceticacidostor of SolicylicackL
of Annual Stockholder' Mt-t-tliiK of
tin- llnll IlulldliiK ami I'Oiui Ahhik-Iii-
To tho stockholders of the Hayti
Building and Loan Association
Notice Is hereby Kivon, that tho an
nual ineetlnu of the stockholders of
tho Hayti Iliilldlm? and Loan Associa
tion will lie hold In Hayti, Missouri, on
Hie 18th day of January, 11)22, In tho
City Council rooms at 7.3U o'clock p.
in,, for the transaction of regular liusl-
Dono by order of the Hoard of Di
rectors of the Hayti Huildiiur and Loan
Association, at its regular mooting,
January 4th. lt'22,
i,. i i.nrLKit,
President of the Hayti Uulidlng nnd
L. J. BANNER,
Secrotary of the Hayti Uulidlng and
TO A BUSINESS TODAY IS AN ASSET, AND WE CAN PROVE
TO YOU THAT FACT, IN BUYING AN
WHERE YOU RECEIVE GREATER VALUES FOR YOUR IN
VESTMENT THAN ANY OTHER CAR FOR THE SAME
AMOUNT OF MONEY.
We sell Fisk tires and tubes
D. R. DORTCH W. J. DORRIS
D. & D. GARAGE
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