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The Missouri herald. (Hayti, Mo.) 1922-1990, December 08, 1922, Image 5

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About what you'll serve at the next
meal, or where it's coming from.
Call US
Make known your wants and we will
"deliver the goods" before the stove
gets hot. We are "Yours Truly"
when it comes to "eats," and
Who Should Worry?
Clean Sanitary Open to Inspection
Best Prices Paid for Produce
White Star Market
Joe McFall, Prop. Telephone 90
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Dodge Touring car, In good shape;
new tires. D. & D. Garage, Hayti,
1 Kohn attended a meeting of the
Pemiscot County Exhibit Committee
at Caruthersvllle Wednesday nlgnt.
The "purpose Is to see that a good dis
play of Pemiscot county products 13
on display at the union station in St.
Louis and other places.
Wanted Men to clear land
See W. G. Hagemann. 6-6 pd
O. M. Kiest of Lincoln, 111., who
owns a large farm southwest of town
was here several days this week.
Swansdown cake flour insures
perfect cakes; at Buckleys'.
Capt. B. P. Allen and J. W.
Cfaither were in Caruthersvllle
Wednesday seeing after business.
-Edison Phonographs,
Lefler Hardware Co.
A pale red, long, slender horned
cow, marked crop off right, split in
left, but split has spaced to slight
swallow fork. Also has solid red
muley male calf with her. Reward
for information leading to- recovery.
4-5 pd. Wardell, Mo.
The Sundny School, O. B. Davis,
superintendent,. .begins nt 10 a., nn'
Tho lessons In Bible study nro es
pecially interesting this quarter.
Tho Rov. Mr. Culbertson will be
glu a series of sermons Sunday morn
ing intended, to supplement, 'the in
structions being glvon in tho, senior
Sunday School lessons. Tho general
theme will be "Christ Training Ithe
know moro about Christ's methods
Twelve." If persons desiring to
and what 'He explains on the great
theme of life will nvail themselves
of hearing this full series they will
bo greatly helpedi
The League meets Sunday evening
at 0:46.
At 7:30 the pastor will discuss
the question "How Much Does it
Cost?" or "What Is the Price?"
Tho church opens its doors, warms
and lights tho house, furnishes in
spiring hymns, extends Christian
fellowship and gives special instruc
tion 4 the word of God to all who
will avail themselves of tho
tunitlcs it offers. Its
is to inspire people to an ever-Increasing
useful and happy life. No
wonder the Psalmist could exclaim,
"I was glad when they said unto
me let us go into the house of the
constant aim
Hupmobile touring car, new bat
tery, good tires and in good condi
tion. Price $150.00. D. & D. Ga
rage, Hayti, Mo.
T. H. Roberts of Jefferson City,
representing the Parent-Teachers
Association, a branch of the State
department of education, was here
the first of the week in the inter
est of the work.
i Mrs.
j Wednesday.
L. J.
Aubuchon and Mrs.
were- in Caruthersvllle
t r Owing to the Pemiscot County
T.oachcrs Association, hold at Ca
ruthcrsville Doc. 0, 7 and 8, thoro
was no school Thursday and Friday.
A very Interesting program has
been arranged among the. local peo
ple. On tho program are: Mrs. O.
E. Hooker, reading; K. V. Propst,
discussion; J. T. Buckloy, speech,
and O. E. Hooker, speech,
'The debate material from the
State department fwas received this
weok and preparation Is made for
tho debate with Caruthersvllle Dec.
22. Tho BUbJect Is: "Resolved, that
the Uulted. States Government
should own and operate the coal
mines." Those on the debating
squad are, Ella Brltttn, Freda Graf
ton, Herminnn Sturm, Lonio Kohn
and Ernest Lefler.
Tho basket ball girls are to re
ceive sweaters, tho order for same
being made Tuesday.
Mr. Johnson of Wcbsctor Groves,
representing Longman Green Com
pany, was a visitor at High School
The girls basket ball team is hav
ing quite a difficult time scheduling
games. Of six games already sched
uled, three have been canceled or
forfeited, all of which were to have
been played here. And bo most of
the local people have failed to see
the team in action. It is thought
a game will be played here soon,
with Cooter Thanksgiving Day,' only
Three games were, .scheduled
one of which was played. The local
boys, eighth grade, defeated Cooter
22 to 18. For several reasons the
girls' game failed to materialize.
Enamel and Tin Ware.
Lefler Hardware Co.
Baker's cocoa and chocolate for
Christmas cooking, at Buckleys'. j
P. M. Gwln reports he performed
the marriage ceremony of Wilbur
Sutton and Mrs. Marie Spencer at
Caruthersvllle Monday. .
Wilson Wood Heaters.
tLefler Hardware Co.
(Ho. 352)
ileal every Tuesday nlsht. VUltlns
members cordially Invited to attenA.
W. B. O'CONNOR, Secretary
it A l2r- -A
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Again We Suggest That You Do Your
Christmas Shopping Early
Our stock of goods is most complete, business is good, our
clerks are busy; and we want to sell you what you may need.
Our Christmas Shopping list is most complete and we desire
to offer a few suggestions along this line.
Buy Useful Presents
Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings,
Ladies' Suits and Dresses, Fur Chokers, Sil
ver, Gold and Gun Metal Mesh Bags, Leath
er and Duvetyne Bags, in all desirable
shades, Silk Bloomers, Teds,. Night Gowns,
Camisoles, Silk Breakfast Jackets, etc,
Fine Silk Hosiery, Beautiful Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs and Novelties that are very
appealing as suitable favors.
Santa's Headquarters
Don't forget that Cunningham's is headquar
ters again this year for every conceivable
sort of Toys to make glad the hearts of the
little folks. Everything from the rattle for
the tiny tot to the worthwhile gift for the
near grown-up will be found in our store,
more details concerning which will be given
you later.
Our entire store is filled with the goods that you will
. want, and every department invites you to come
Cunningham Store Co.
My 5-room residence in Kohn ad
dition, in good condition; good sur
roundings. Will soil for cash, or ad
dress Mrs. D. B. Hayes, Chaffee,
Mo. 1-tf 50 pd
L. L. Lefler is in St. Louis pur
chasing additional Christmas goods
for his hardware store, and seeing
after other business matters con
nected with the same.
of Annual Stockholder' Meeting of
the Hnrtl Building and I.onn Amo
clntlon. To the stockholders of the Hnytl
Building and Loan Association:
Notice Is hereby ftlven. that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Hayti Building: and Loan Associa
tion will be held in Hayti, Missouri, on
Monday, January 1. 1023. In the City
Hall, at 7:30 o'clock p. m for the
transaction of regular business.
- Done by order of the Board of Di
rectors of the Hayti Building and Loan
Association at Its regular meeting,
Dec. C. 1922.
.President of the Hayti Building and
Loan Association.
Attest: S. P. OATES,
Secretary of the Hayti Building and
r Loan Association.
A IteNoIutluu Dremlnir nnd Declaring
It n Ni-CrKKlty to 1'nic nnd Improve
the MtrretH Aronnd the Suunrc of the
City of Hnytl, Peiiilxcot County, MIm
Kotirl, by Ilrlnelng to nn EHtnliliHhrd
(iriulr nnd .Siih-Krnde Combined, mid
by I.nylng n I'litement Along Snld
NtreetH Around Nnld Squnre.
Whereas, Main etieet from the west
curb lino of Third street to the east
line of. Pourtli street. Fourth street
from the north line of Main street to
the south line of Broadway street,
Broadway street from the east line
of Fourth street to the west line
of Thild street and Third street from
the south line of Broadway to the
north line of Main street is in bad con
dition and during a large, part of the
year it is almost imHassabie.to ordinary
vehicles because of the heavy and ever
Increasing traffic thereon; and
Whereas, the condition of the gen
eral revenue fund of said City of
Hayti, Missouri, will not Uermit any
improvements like grading, bringing
to an established grade or paving with,
rock or concrete with a wearing sur
face of tarva "X" filled macadam, at
the expense of the City of Hayti, it is
hereby resolved and declared that the
bringing to un established grade, pav
ing witli rock base with n wearing
surface of tarva "X" Hlled macadam
and concrete curbs and gutters (where
same Is to be set out beyond the side
walk) in necessary to be done and
made on unci along Main street from
the east curb line of Third street to
the west line of Fourth street, and on
Fourth street from the north line of
Main street to the soutli line of Broad
way street, on Broadway street from
the east line of Fourth street to the
west line of Third street and on Third
street from the south line of Broadway
street to the north lino of Main street,
and this Is to bo dono at the expense
of tho property owners along Main
street. Fourth street, Broadwuy street
and Third street and in ndjolntng
blockB to be levied upon and assessed
In the manner provided for by the laws
of the State of Missouri, governing
cities of tho fourth class.
First: It is hereby resolved and de
clared necessary to bring the said
above named Btrcets to an established
grade between tho lines above de
scribed by the removal of unnecessary
dirt along the ubove described streets
and by shaping up said strcots with
a rock baso and a wearing surface of
turvu "X" filled macadam, nlso con
crete curbs and gutters and to admit
of tho proper drainage.
Second: Jt is hereby resolved und
declared necessary that after tho
above described streets have been
brought to an established grade nnd
shaped as herein provided for, that
thoro shall be placed on and along
tho above described streets u pave
ment of nine Inch rock base, with an
additional rock and tarva "X" wear
ing surface tilled macadam, said surface-to
be of a thickness of four Inch
es, also concrete curbed and gutters on
both Bides of said parts of said streets
above described.
Third: It Is further resolved and
declared that this resolution be pub
lished In The Missouri Herald two con
secutive weekly Insertions of Bald pa
per, the suine being a newspaper pub
lished In Hayti. Mo.
Paused by tho Board of Aldermen
at its meeting Deo. 4th, 1022.
J. H. WILKS, Mayor.
Approved Dec. th. -1923.
J. H. WILKS, Mayor.
Attest; S. P. OATE&,
f'-C City Clerk,
cAluminum Ware,
Lefler Hardware Co.
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Extra ,
X mas
and how to get it
The best way to make money is to save it.
Money spent is no money at all! Your wor
ries about the needed Christmas money will
be a small thihp if you make your purchases
of meats and srroceries here.
We have only the freshest and choicest goods
1 and, we are shaving the prices so as to save
you money for the big Xmas Dinner and, we
suggest you let us help you make the dinner
one to be long remembered by the entire fam
ily. '
If Jill? w
it b '.few a
We ask you to just try our
weights and good quality.
goods, honest
Market, Grocery, Restaurant
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Guy Shepard, formely of St. Louis
but now of Chicago, came down and
spent last week end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shepard, here.
Flashlights and Batteries.
Lefler Hardware Co.
Notwithstanding the long contin
ued rains there was sufficient cotton
picked and on hand to keep the gin
here going all the time.
Hoover Vacuum Sweepers,
Lefler Hardware Co.
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That Cabin in
the Woods
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 saving
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.
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