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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 March 1922

MOTTO The Missouri Her ald believing those at the TOP well able to take care of themselves, has taken its stand in the barricades of the COMMON PEOPLE, and its fight will be made for the BETTERMENT of those at the BOTTOM. WX His i I The MBBBlrTi erald r.-KS p WASTED Correspondents. It shall be the purpose of The Missouri Herald to print the news from all parts of the county, and correspon dents arc wanted from every neighborhood. Good writ ers are furnished material postage and copy of paper. 31 VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY; MARCH 3, 1922 NO. 17 K HARVEYTARGETFOR HARRISON'S WIT WOMEN FACTOR IN CAPE ELECTION Harvey's Comparison of the Presi dent and an Elephant is Borne Out by Harding's Hesitancy. Another Urns of Democratic attack sarcasm anil ridicule upon the recent address in London of Ambassador Harvey was taken In the Senate last Saturday by Senator Harrison, Dem ocrat. Mississippi. Ho entertained senators and spectators, amid un checked bursts of laughter, tor near ly an hou...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 March 1922

fljK5ewffiasazBi3iaaaTaM3!s!r.-T. -T-. ijsw: -a , -- - , is .--, s I g 1 H r ' "' V, lT - THE MISSOURI HERALD,' HAYTI, MISSOURI INCOME TAX IN NUT-SHELL WHO? Single persons who had a net income of 1000 or more, or gross income of $5000 or more. Married couples who had a net Income of $2000 or more, or gross income of $5000 or more. WHEN? March 15, 1922, is final date for filing returns and mak ing first payments. WHERE? Collector of intcrnnl re venue for the district in which the porson lives, or has his prin cipal place of business. HOW? Full directions on Form 1040 A and Form 1040; also the law and regulations. WHAT? Four per cent normal tax on taxable income up to $4000 in excess of exemption. Eight per cent normal tax on balance of taxable income. Surtax from 1 per cent to G5 pur cent on net In comes over $5000 for the year of 1921. INCOME TAX FACTS NO. 5. Former soldiers and sailors, in lliling an income tax return for 1921, should not include as gross income any amount received...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 March 1922

.S-jgH "?$ a THE MISSOURI HERALD, 1IAYTI, MISSOURI & N ! A Comfortable Feeling A good iniiny things may happen that will give you a fcol ing of comfort and security, but nothing will do this more sure ly than the knowledge that you have money In the Bank. This Is particularly true if your money is in our Bank whero you know it's safe. You know it is there- subject to your needs. That you can get it when you want It. That it is safe until you need it. If you have no bank account, we invito you to start one at this bank now, no matter how small. You will add to it from time to tlino and it will soon be a source of comfort and security to you. BANK OF HAYTI HAYTI, MISSOURI ! RILEY STILL MISSING. the not for last he While .Ilxii Riley, agent for (Lilly papers is mill missing, so much apprehension is felt his safety as was the case week when it became known hail disappeared. Several of the papers he represented have had their men here and they arc very anxious to locate Mr. Riley, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 March 1922

raSiHSEm3iOTi&ieafe. Jfcn- . i. tj-xj: ;3. .nt.iK9iFv - -. ,i.'Wp.JHat3;.S,t J THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI . is i i ft a BIO LEAGUES TO PLAY AT CAItUTHERSVILLF 1 A i (jifrmnnT Flannel Shirts You can't beat a flnnnol shirt for hard work or out door sport WEAR The fabric will wear hard, and the stitch ing will last. FIT -The button-down rollar will fit, as will the shoulders and sleeves. PRICE The price is not "slashed to the hone; ' that's not honest merchandising, hut you'll prolit with it $2,00 to $3.7d Overalls, priced at $1,25 to $1.75 Moleskin Pants, priced at $3.00 J. L. DORRIS Hayti, Missouri ft 1 I tt Hfti '.!'AJiiSJ-?. "CtmjP! jWL. U Jt?XWKrwr-rKj- . ? ,1 1 8 h, -m BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday School at 9:15 a 111 , preaching 11:00 a. in. and 7:110 p. 111. Prayermceting Wednesdays at 7:30 p. in. Subject, the Sunday School lesson for the following Sun day. Prayermeetings have. been excellent lately. Help make thcin better still. W. C SCOTT, Pastor. Pure lard, Independe...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 March 1922

Wti. m THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI k ICCL&tcajy 1 898-Back in Harness. 1 922 It is n long, long road between these two dates 1898 and 1922. Twenty-four years. For the matured man it carries him far toward the end of his journey. Roads of man thread the world. They thunder with a life Hood. They are vibrant with the pulse of affairs. Life's road link yesterday, today, tomorrow. But the road back to 1898 is the road that leads to forgotten yesterdays. Its sign posts, those that are left, are falling into decay. Mounds of earth, some grass-grown and sunken, some freshly made these are the links in the measuring chain that marks the course of life's highway backward through a dead land. On the road as he journeyed, the month of March, 1898. led the writer back to begin the publication of a newspaper in the newly formed town of .Hayti. The fates of the road of life are strange. Its crooks and turns arc many; we never know what awaits us around the bend just out of sight. Sin...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 March 1922

SSSiBSftr ,itw,lif WmgttL- ' '"" "----uti-,, -.-. u ?! ft 1 a r. . s-v. --5BS SCrrx,.. J,J - - ' sii fijci r . The MHiFH LzaHpSBnBODMB TUB MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Knfrrrit tin nrrnml-rlnnn mnltcr Orfnhrr .'10, llll. ill flip iiiimIiiIII I Until, .Mlnxnurl, under flir nrf nf Mnrt-h :i, mm. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY One Year, outside county Subscription Rates: $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 IIIniIii, column I.m-nlN, imt llnr Inch .11. lll'IllllTM, HIT llll-ll liiiciils, hlnck luce, per line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone .- 80 Residence Phone , 47 L.ij;iiu--iin mmt i -j jBIMran GREETING A double minded man is unstable in his ways. Bible, James 1 : 8 If anv man amomr vou seem to be relitrious, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, this man's religion is vain. Bible...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 March 1922

a V,"iw7w! ,,.n:r: TTTT" 11 "Tffrffiftyiyu-ff, v ivrr- ' ''- '' j ' -fy yj ' n i" i "ip5, ' in; rwytJ y '.N K M v I MOTTO The Missouri Her ald believing those at the TOP well able to take care of themselves, has taken its stand in the barricades of the COMMON' PEOPLE, and its fight will be made for tire BETTERMENT of those .at the BOTTOM. 'U - i j, ,T j - The lyENBNrH erald v$M. -vt.n,Jfc "'I "M't X: WANTED Correewti.J It shall Be the purpoen6f The Missouri Herald to print the news from all parts of the county, and correspond dents are wanted from, every, neighborhood. Good writ ers are furnished material postage and copy of 'paper VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1922 NO. 18, SHERRELL JIMMERSON APPEALS HIS CASE TO SUPREME COURT Claims, Through His Petition, That He Did Not Get a Fair Trial, and was Forced Into Court Before Ready. In Meantime, Goes to Penitentiary. "All 1 want is a new trial, pro vided another judge can be secured." Those arc the words spoken by Shcrrlll ....

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 March 1922

-? V V JEiasiaKair-- hTmm w vi wt-fH, -mthA "V -- 'tf - "T7T'."ffl ffeffH? iS Tnsy TO t THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 'j--. 4. ..:.4.4...;..j..j-4...4...x..:..:-..:-. f Ik IF' K If r.t Ifr" r t Df- .' u BASE BALL De Luxe Grand Opening at CARUTHERSVILLE, MISSSOURI March 11th and 12th, 2 p. m. MilwaukeeAmerican . Association vs. St. J OSephi Western League H & & ; : '"WW I I V I Frisco trains to Hayti, Kennett, Campbell and other way stations will be Held Until After Game W$$&&4WM&M''r . .. A . . A , A A A A V V V V V V V V V V -." Read Schedule of Big League Games H' I 9 99 ft E. B Colbert was in Pascola Weil nesday looking after business. Julius Kohn was over from Ken nett Sunday visiting homofolks. Mrs. Lonu Henderson is on the sick list this week. -Renew your Herald subscription -EGGS-! For Hatching S. C. Rhode Island Reds, at $1.25 for 15 MRS. W. V. ROBINSON 709 Cotton Ave. Caruthersville, Missouri Old Age. To those; who linc no recour.se In themselves ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 March 1922

THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI INCOME TAX IN NUT-SHELL WHO? Single persons who hud a net Income of $1000 or more, or rcro.ss Income of $5000 or more. Married couples who hud a net income of $2000 or more, or gross Income of $5000 or more. WHEN? Mnrch 15, 1922, is final (lute for filing rolurns and mak ing llr.sl payments. WIlKUlfl? Collector of Internal re venue for the district In which tlie person lives, or has his prin cipal place of business. HOW? Full directions on Form 10-10 A anil Form 1040; also the law and regulations. WHAT? Four per cent normal tax on taxable Income up to $4000 in excess of exemption. Eight per cent normal tux on balance of taxable Income. Surtax from 1 per cent to 65 per cent on net in comes over $5000 for the year of 1021. INCOME TAX FACTS NO. 0. To avoid penalty, income-tax re turns must be in the hands of col lectors of internal revenue on or before midnight March 15,1022. Every taxable return must be ac companied by a payment of at least one-fou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 March 1922

$&&&&&& SfrassaaadMwwB., WMIMIM -,, g?jrajaaawaraa3ssgaK2a .rti:n,.:i ?$immrr,- 'rrti-Vfflp' sssgsssna THE MISSOURI HERALD, IIAYTI, MISSOURI u Si . 43 ,jj sj I ci- ri. w. '. f ; I i't. KM lafcMjliiMiiifeapg RIVER RISING. The river is n curing flood stage and ir more rains fall will go con siderably higher, unless this rise gets out of the way before another comes. However, at this time of year, it is doubtful ir this rise will pass before more water routes down. There is a heavy Hood emptying into the Ohio, both from the Ten nessee and Cumberland rivers. The weather report shows tltat the Ohio is at a stage of more than 15 f feet at Cincinnati, and still rising. Evansville reported a stage of 111 feet with a big water coining out of Green river. The rise at Cairo has passed the 40 feet stage, the tlood stage there being -1 5 feet. There is a slight ribe in the Mis souri at Kansas City, but the Mis sissippi at St Louis is about sta tionary Flood stage for Pemi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 March 1922

iSSSSSJSSSTaSSSiSiSilfflSt f THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI , . A Comfortable Feeling A good many things may happen that will give you a fool ing of comfort anil security, but nothing will do this more suro ly than the knowledge that you have money In tho Bank. ' This Is particularly true If your money Is In our Dank whero you know It's safe. You know it Is there subject to your needs. That you can got It when you want it. That 11 Is safo until you need it. If you have no hank account, wc invito you to start, one at this hank now, no matter how small. You will add to it from time to time and It will soon bo a sovirco of comfort, and security to you. BANK OF HAYTI HAYTI, MISSOURI X C. OF C. MEETINGS DUNKLIN EDITOR VISITS HAYTI AFTER GOAT "HIDES W. It. Plunkott, editor of the Dunk- "Chin" Franklin, with his big, 1 in County News, .spent Monday af-, warm handshake, parsed through turnoon and night the guest of The 'this axis of Pemiscot Monday, going. Missouri Herald. Mr. Plunkct...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 March 1922

SMSAteBswswsiwwsRSi- -j.fi . . - . xssKsraam-lrAttnfrfvM.ttn r. SWaSKK M THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI "! ' nb ' . Tfct fi i !iJ u i V V V V V i ..x..h.4..:..:..h...:..:.:.....;.. II yw Z t .:...... 1 50 off I T . . . I 50 off ! JEVw ELRY per c regular selling price of our J 11 F BR Y 2 I: A $ A $t4 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A v v v wv v v v v v v v v v v v v v v V v v March Only entire stock of Jewelry 33 1-3 per cent off any Ingersoll Watch .J..:..:..;..;..;,....;,......,................,.. March Only m - ; t t ; a a a 33 1-3 off WATCHES T T T : ' ! Bt t&M ; Wells Drug Co. The REXALL Store Hayti, Mo. 33 1-3 offll WATCHES 1 2 $$$ a ANNOUNCEMENTS The following are announced as candidates for olllce, at (lie City Within a few Election to he held on Tuesday, j have hceu executed in the PRICE OF HUMAN LIFE ONE OF THE SMITHS. INCREASING IN TENNESSEE1 i Philip It. Smith, claim agent for weeks six men the Frisco, paid this olllce n call peniten last Tuesday and spent a few ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 March 1922

f iS)iSSIPP 'Cfl.trt. rmimmm - MJJWKVj ' ww,?w jUfWSfJI THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI K The - klf tfTTY MEWS $1,800,000 FOB FLOOD PROTECTION Well, Mr. Editor, we're trying ter git our items in this week before Gander Creek beats us. Owing to the low price of cotton and coonskins, business is not as frisky as it ought to be. . If the goose that lays the golden egg survives the "normal cy, all we have got to say is that she is some goose. Speaking 'bout iceboxes, sandbags and one thing or other, we see where Lunk Hedd, editor of the Punkin Center Goat, has made another flop on the "great moral issue." In the absence of a batter definition, we would say that an amateur editor is one who will not take turnips, catfish, coon skins, or wooden or tin money of any kind whatsoever, on subscription. Gid Rummage says the reason he is over at old man Krupp's powder mill so often is because he is courtin' Miss Sadie Weasel, the old man's sfnographer. Punk Limbers says Gid is courting dest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 March 1922

k? &mni3XT$i?y flj8W.f!$j&lfi ( '"WW!1-1 X T ""IJ--IK- '--"Vr v-vv !Wl THIS MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I i i i i - i ;' I. .1 J i, . IH ' l ft 1, i tfi ISA ,1' I i Mp?t?TT i tifc" 1 P f j - The II III 1 1 i mm erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. i:n(rrnl n Nrrnnd-flnxn mnttrr October .'til, HMtS ill (In- ltoNtofllrr lit llnjtl. Mlnnniirl. under the net of Wnrch :i. 18711. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 l)!lln4, column Inrh l.ornlM, prr line Itemlei-Mi per Inrh l.ornlNi lilnrk fnoc. iter line .25 .10 votes for all of the treaties. But can he do so on the four power treaty, if it is decided to make it a party issue? It is doubtful, to say the least. Washington dispatches say the indications are that a long, hard fight has been commenced on this treaty. It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 March 1922

IWSfWnaP v 7 - , j'' -", -- -. " ' -"'' y-? v" - . - 'TN? ", , ?C fc mi ih- V MOTTO The Missouri Her ald believing those at the TOP well able to take care of themselves, has taken its stand in the barricades of the COMMON PEOPLE and its fight will be made for the BETTERMENT of those at the BOTTOM. ... . V ' L. -.JUL Ji-iL-L iVk fesg-gss5--,!- J ' 1 tie lYUIIPrrl n.. i. . Viu i riiuB Bm3HBBPBwHBSBSPBBMBWBBmm Z' erald WAXTZD Cormpoafcaii;' It .shall' be the purpote of The Missouri Herald to prist the news from all parts of the county, and correspoa dents are wanted from erery neighborhood. Good writ era are famished material, postage and copy of paper. r nt LW3? s JTJil 9 "' r S 'y w 4 . v ' Brfi T fl? zf. VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY. MARCH 17, 1922 NO. 10 "m a a ;Jv' &y Caruthersville Suffers $ 1 50,000.00 Fire Loss i VI DEATH RODE THE WHITE MULE TRAGEDY AT GAME SATURDAY NIGHT Corbin Alexander Shot Through Head by William Bennett. Instantly Killed. Bennett Claims Self Defense...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 March 1922

fwwm1 '&" - ffijffiffiffi jrsssgfcCTgra .! T4uS V . .1 &I- S- t U1M t THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI Printing Plus SER VICE P Whether it is an order of wedding in vitations, or a double-page Store bill The Herald Printing Company has the equipment and organization to do the work promptly and economically. l&MM- Envelopes Letterheads Billheads Business Cards Sale Bills Announcements Card Placards Checks; bound perfor ated and numbered Bulk paper stock Cutting, binding and punching mmmsmB&mmmmmmmmm Every class of work done here to your , satisfaction, at Standard Franklin print ing prices. H We try to please-- We do please A trial order will convince you. . . . ' . mWMWMWMJMlWAW Yours for Service in Printing The Herald Printing Co. Hayti, Missouri : WWWi 'in THE LAST VOYAGE Mrs. Artlo Hayes died Thursday, March 0, 1022, at th.o homo of her daughter, Mrs. Ada Brooks, of Okla homa City, Okla., aged 4 years, one month and 27 dnys. The body was brought to Hayti for b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 March 1922

y &.W ""VA') '-r rlM, 'isw-.;Sf'''.tin- ' "'Wf'OT1 fl JTV j 1 . Ka-TK J - '(a ij' 'f-K-V MSSr-li., THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 4'4',J,,,, BETTER. : ADVERTISING : FOR : BETTER BUSINESS X X AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.t',.,4 T T T ''' f I : ? j ? T : t T T f f : : ? Y : Y V f f j. A, TIMELY ADVERTISING IS PROFITABLE ADVERTISING WHEN the national advertiser starts his local campaign, that is the time for you to run copy that lets the publio know you sell his goods in your community. THIS timely tie-up not only sells goods, but it gives your store a portion of the prestige for which the nat ional advertiser pays. YOUR advertising and your window and counter dis plays should all be used to help get a share of the busi ness created by the national advertiser. TALK this over with your local publisher and keep in touch witli the national advertiser. He will be glad to let you lenow about his plans in your territory. THE ADVERTISING CLUB OF ST, LOUIS :t: 3 f X ? t X T Y t f t t : y : t t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 March 1922

r.-3wHflKJr'WiV.viW3-(j.t'j..M-.. ,.,.,, . . hmKmamttnnrmUWimmrmwr, "7 Ti''" "-''- 'r ir r ,,.. . ., . -.. ..iiiKmf-n iww(.' .-.mw .. .....,. . -- - -. - ...m,,(i jF "" 7V TTiTT ' , .. , ' ." I ' "" ' "" " i..i.-rMifw7r-M.-,i.7..iiaiwui.-.-...i.1.ai.,i.ii.i .....i.i.n i ' " ' i" rVi'"iiii''il WlrVi .Ti " . J ? I . '-.li i i. i r-iVl , "j-g &r ' ' P- it ft ,f J THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ' New Series I Hay ti Building & Loan Asso. I Now on Sale If you are really interested in making Hayti a bigger and better town, and do not now own some of the first series, you should be interested in this our second series. Our first series of $100,000 started off with a full subscription from the start and the second series can be secured consisting of $50,000 issue. Each share is valued at $200.00, and is pay able in monthly installments of $1 per share. The owner, thereof, then participates in the earnings of the Association at the end of each six months, which is then credited...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 March 1922

j'.- 'nr Frpr"iiKF rtv -ar.v V"!v " j-fi TfVTlf '' 'v j rfXftfn.i f y ,?&& yvW'-t1: n,wirw ',; -" 'MV'i 4 l"-M THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI iiMSm tl Interior Finishing . use VERNICOL floor and varnish stain is ready for use, easily applied and very durable. It will give satisfactory and pleasing results over either old or new work, on wood or metal, when applied by the most inexperienced person, if the directions print ed on each can are closely followed. VERNICOL is not affected by heat or cold. It may be washed with soap and water. When used for floors it will stand severe usage without showing heel marks or scratches. VERNICOL is used in the home for renewing the finish on old battered and dingy furniture. Only one coat, in the standard wood finishes, is necessary to make chairs and tablees, look bright and new. Wells Drug Co The REXALL Store s Hayti 3 t Mi issouri ANNOUNCEMENTS Wc announce the following as can tlidtitss subject to the Democratic pri mary held Tue...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 March 1922

fta vf Z2& '??y v" t L Vtt'lV -yt-toj Kfji ffl;h'f A'StiTfrtfMV j'CK'Jjgg -fi WMJ ., ju. ,-..-. i w "" Vt V w THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I i iWm I -ijjLnr y fnirf hi ' r Y' " The MlHBrH "IZOBIHHBMimm erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. FOPHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Kntrrrd a Mrwufl-rlma mattrr Ortohcr 30. 100H, at thr ponloflloc nt llnjtl, MUaouii. under the nft of March 3, 1NTV. OFFICIAI NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Dlniilnj-. column Inch . .1.1 f.ncnl, per line .03 ItrndrrM. per Inch .-." I.oenU, Iilnck fnrr. per line .10 Office Phone - 94 Editorial, Night Phone - 80 Residence Phone , 47 L i-'. t ..ft The Key to Our Whole Trouble Last week !ve reprinted an editorial from the Globe-Democrat in these columns. This week we reprint another on the same subject. It is the key that switches on t...

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