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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 16 June 1922

RsHSvirfw-rtHVfvrf,,-,'''",rrf- a$$;wi' v f-'r '.- THE MISSOURI HEKALD, HAYTI, MISSOTJltl J, iff vV!J 1 sh A. J. DORRIS sry ir Groceries r . IODS rerything r Produce ;son, Manager e. ,. Hardware Furniture . ?-. . - t . Saddlery Auto Accessories Gas Station .Jm,..-,..,-,--....-,.-,. Paints and Varnishes Cornell Wood Board Red Cedar Shingles . , Oil and Turpentine '; Cement and Lime Wire Field Fence v Sash and Doors Composition Roofing Farm Drain Tile Builders' Hardware 0 Glass and Putty Sheetrock ber Company iel7 HAYTI, MISSOURI t I t t I-- t t f ; The Sugar Bo wl MX - a Perfection in Confection yy ' -y . 3s, ' is. v A Caruthersville, Mo. V' .si - , , V". 4- i-'f HV FOUNTAIN SERVICE ICE CREAM HOME-MADE CANDIES !v Our Ice Cream will be Served at this Celebration H'"HhS"H ill -J -J4 J4 $ -4 4 $ $ 2 4 -J -" j. ..;.. j...j.j. .,.. j..j. '"'''J' Hon nd Picnic MO. I,.-..4,.-,.?..;..;..;..4,. : : x z WHEN IN HAYTI, MAKE YOUR HEADQUARTERS AT OHNS .&:. t. 'rf. ffc. P HAYTI'S LEADING STORE...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 16 June 1922

8uift-'h jyvumvtytx r- .jf tr . iw.-- -x-" --v?iiS!SWSffrWBMBHBBBBMIiM P I'l If Ml ill Ml iff nil mil inn pin ( 'inn hi ii, ' T V''v -."7'wv-rt,'-' v - vwivyy,,.);, ,fyi "'H-jaBBfe''JirotVaw Si . ' . ' ! si a m s n lit 1 1 . 1 n is is It' it -i I it ?-f THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI A mericas 4.1- '" to A everaoe U me Ideal Rtckage for the Home Picnic and Outing euser-Busch.S.busV I wiewa"iJUJTayte'4y'" f " tM SNIWlOTS: ' A Now in Cartons of Jfl e ozen Bottles Hayti Ice & Cold Storage Company Wholesale Distributor Hayti, Missouri Ed Gotcher, candidate for pro bate Judge, 1b "going down the line" thin week telling both the male and female voters how much he want 3 their votes. , Soul Kiss Week July 17 to 25 FREE A 50c Box of Soul Kiss Rouge with a 50c Uox of Soul Kiss Face Powder. Genuine oak lawn swings, well bolted and re-lnforced; the kind that will stand hare) use. We put them up for you. Lefler Hardware Co., Hayti. ti Soul Kiss Face Powder is tht finest, smoothest, mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 23 June 1922

rirSR)i ' W f i1 ' '."iji)-" . .-y Vf v j .; i a '"vj'tj. -, :li -Mlf . - && If You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't' Get the News. $1.00 a' Year V " J" i-f -L f " T5V - '- J a - " Jf- '!J ' The Mi&lirH i W7.1S " 'SRI 2t erald "Of the Peon'lo. Bv tha V Peonle. For tho Pflnnfn" iwl l.t r.. til it.. !...- J i.ni uuaii jmi mi' JUli.f, VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922 NO. 33 SENATOR REED AND HIS RECORD Herbert Hoover Is a member of President Harding's cabinet not a1 candidate for the Senate aguinst Senator Reed, as one might infer by listening to a speech from the latter gentleman. The fact Is, that Hoo ver has no more to do with this Mis souri campaign than a rabbit. Reed is simply trying to set a trap to catch the farmer vote and is using Hoover as a bait. Southeast Mis souri farmers are not that easily fooled. As a matter of fact the farming business of this country did not go to the dogs until after the United States Senate refused to ratify the pea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 23 June 1922

fow lf, V I THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI The IVIH mL- " t "5MMIMKWBiW 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. Entcrrd n Mrcontl-clima tnntter Oco!icr .'Ml, 1(108. nt the pontoHlcr nt Ilnrtl, MlMNourl. tindrr the net of Mnreli 3. 1H7I). 4 Subscription Bates: One Year, ontside county $1,60 One year, in county $1.00 Dlnplnr. column Inch . . .It! Local, iter line . ... .05 llrndrm, per Inch .25 Ijncaln. nlnck fner, per line .10 Office Phone .Editorial, Night Phone Residence Phone 94 80 47 ANTICS OP A SKUNK. We have neither space nor time this morning to make any reply to the Republican's tirade of personal abuse and malicious misrepresenta tion on the part of its editor in con Junction with its several special writers. Perhaps it is just as well so, for it serves little good to argue with those who have no regard for truth. The Republican admits it h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 23 June 1922

- " " hp "JBffWWJV ' '" Tv-!' "'WsWRE-'''''' V wjsf' - 'i r - ! -'SiT' "'"T (T;Ti?fr( THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI J i Thirsty! Tired! Hot! THERE'S BELIEF TO BE FOUND AT OUE FOUNTAIN!! Refreshing Brinks Ice Cream Sundaes Malted Milks Delicious Candies Houston's SODA SHOP HAYTI, MISSOURI ! STANLEY ITEMS. Evorybody.in this community will soon bo through chopping cotton. The rain we had Saturday Is making the cropsjook line. Miss Annlo Hurley and Miss Ola Garner visited on Dlack Island Sat urday nnd Sunday. News reached here Sunday night of the death of Harry McAnally, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John McAnally, who live in the Bush neighborhood. He was seized with cramps while in swimming Sunday afternoon in the lake and was drowned. We sym pathize very much with the be reaved in their sad hour. W. L. Maclin and family attend ed the social given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Gaines at Pas cola, in honor of their son Doyle's birthday. The day was well spent, with music and dinner, re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 23 June 1922

E53pPpIpQ 1jW.(jjlt(,.j?.w-4Tts. ,'! t-W-VVrV r l:r, I1 ly- ; If' f r ' . THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI KOHN'S SHOES For Summer irour costume, however fashionable, is incomplete with out the proper shoes. Let us fit you in some of our most attractive specials, offered this week at SALE PRICES. : - SHOES OXFORDS STRAPS dress or sport styles in white kid, linen and canvas $2.25 to $5.00 J Special lot of Men's Oxfords, English and straight lasts, brown or black, now $5.75 One lot of Ladies' Slippers, Oxfords and Pumps, brown and black. Some sold up to as much as $6. Now going at , $1.95 We can't keep these bargains in the store very long and there'll be no more when they're gone. Get Yours TODAY!! OHNS HAYTI MISSOURI Blounts' True Blue plows and cotton scrapers. Lefler Hardx.'are Co., Haytl. tf That 100 per cent Democrat, Harry Lltzenfelner, of CaruthersvlUc, was here Tuesday evening lending his encouragement to the righteous cause of returning the county into its own, that of D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 30 June 1922

(V'"Y ty " Vr '4-J" ijij ! T- ocv"ty . " --t If You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't Get the News. $1.00 a Year 455 . .. . ' A"fl 'STfll "Of tne People, By tha W reopie, or ine reopie.' -,$; First, Last, ah tae TJiM. -7i VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1922 v 't& '$ I ,JV NO. 34,-Ji SENATOR REED AND HIS RECORD Jim Heetl says Brcckenrldge Long is merely ti "llunkey" who "curried grips' and "passed tea -and sweet cakes" to foreign diplomats while he (Long) was Assisteant Secretary of State under Woodrow Wilson. Reed Indicates in his usual vitupera tive style that Mr. Long is scarcely sihove the imbecile class. That is nothing, however, for Reed to do. He is ald to have referred to Pre'sl dent Wilson as a "braying jackass," and to a member of President Hard ing's cabinet as u " ." Jim's bar room lan guage in denunciation of anyone who crosses his political path is al 'ways expected. In fact, it wouldn't be "Jim" if he could omit his blus tering, blowing, blurting,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 30 June 1922

t't-Wi'tYi'ii'Wir vy, - 13,1. Vf -au ... 'WfMlfc t '" Vt ' jM -ttfv-1r''fVftit 'T?rfr,y " yy-y ' J , , .....vy,..,,. , Vf , ,; ., ,.,..i. , ,.,,w.. t ? THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ' i' ' - n J "STSv j " TheNHra ----ZHBMMBMBHmm 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. Entered an fcond-clnm mntlrr Ortober 30. liM)H, nt the pontofflcc nt Ilnytl. MIHinrl, under the net of Mnreh .1. 1H70. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county 1 $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 I)lp!r, colnmn Inch . .15 Lorain, per line .05 nendern, per Inch ... .25 Ijornln. Iilnelc fnce per line - .10 Office Phone :. 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 OUR THREE-MILE WIDE HALO. The general counsel of the United States Shipping Board doubtless is right when he says that a ship Is nrit territory. Chairman Larikr talks a lot of sense when he "holds" that ardent beverage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 30 June 1922

"?'. f " "I 'W 3r5MF'7" THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTL MISSOURI vw Ai W$1 ff& f. ,MS ; $r$ t Kohn Hardware Company fr W4hM4hM$"4 M I Five burner, heat "Super Fex" quick J as gas Oil Stoves f $55.00 The latest in the I Oil Stove I Four quart Acme Freezer $2.00 Freezes in five min utes. Two quart size $1.25. a ffimre fw7 mB 1 w Jl It II ""1 I M mm II I C J m I mmmw mmmW mmrmww mwMUMUmuuw mmwmmmWmmw mmWmm0 y mwBMumuwKwmuuuw - .. , . nn. Bk. k.HM. mWmhmmWm!lmWmffmWm9mWfmmMmpmm (eWWfi? EB33D BUS i VWL "m 1 i III LI i .J ii'W m 1 1 n WWrVrffTSTKl xinrfiTrnnrri prara mffllla i MHM-HBBEBH-nfiSliMMHlBBV-----1" retaining Oven, "New Perfection Oil Stove $70.00 t Ice Cream Freezer, Four quart size $4.25 $16.00 Lawn Mower $12.50 Only Two t i t I SALE STARTS EXACTLY 9 A. M., JULY 7th : I I EP iEttl Will Buy SiM I WaZ MarMaJpr WaM ktajwfflPeppeJklS Grater g aaBmmmmB-sse 4 em Wa3 E$4 Separator Wall Doughnut OtUcr Wal9 Ctotiettorintfer I t,,h&&. E?; r a Wa4WeamrinfCltp WaK Lemon JuluEmtcrMWt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 30 June 1922

pwgwi f vxvv na - vm T. W ' J "-WMf '-wsSffwIJF 4 'aev ' . .-,. tr i 7i THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI v I .r t ..j. ."?'' .? 15 T5m don't need a thirst to , Budweiser FIGHT OVER IUSITANIA. Everywhere cp ANHEUSER-BUSCH. INC.. ST. LOUIS Hayti Ice & Cold Storage Company Wholesale DUtributor . Hayti, Missouri THE SPREAD OF KNOWLEDGE. No sooner do our school boys and girls get to Installing rad,io sots than science announces that the lowly tumble bug uses radio for commu nication, and the evanescent light ning bug also uses a radio set for household illumination. In a few more years the mosquito will be using a drilling rig for his typhoid injections, and the rattlesnake will put in a self-winding coil. All ani mate creatures arc soaking their hides full of the new knowledge except father. He, poor devil, still buys oil stock, runs for office, grum bles about the bills and wonders why the rising generation has no sense about the value of a dollar. Father learns nothing and for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 30 June 1922

rt tn x-t ifrw "v Sy t' Kjt rjar: rrijmfitM THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ' Thirsty! Tired! Hot! Best Fountain Service in Town Special Creams for Saturday and Sunday Houston's SODA SHOP HAYTI, MISSOURI PEMISCOT FARM BUREAU NEWS The New Madrid County Farm Bureau has invited every farmer and his family to attend a Farm Bureau picnic to be given at the farm of Judge Caverno on July Fourth. This farm is known as the "Headlight Farm," and is located about three miles Bouth of Canalou. Farmers (making the trip from this county should go by the way of Now Madrid to Matthews and then east to this farm. Invitation cards have 'been sent out to the Farm Bureau members The&a cards should be worn on the day of this picnic. Other cards can be procured by applying to the coun ty agent. The purpose of the cards is to show that you have received an Invitation to the picnic, and as all those who attend will wear cards with their names on them, it will be easier to became acquainted with th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 30 June 1922

fmmmiSKKW'iAiifWv m;;..;;.....-;,,;;:;::. & . ;..xm.c, ,,:.;. i o.iit'Jr' .iM' . it- 'jj iv'":j",.i - r ' -if - - B inmi"'.4 3 ' -1- " ' ' " J--' fc I?1 ' Y. ii i 1i, " , ; n , iiif.j,,,!),' ' -l r'lH1 ' "" '' "" "ift""1 '.'pi yj ''"v '" r r''11" .. hd. A .....ipUM, iiiV..r.I .Nf " !-""''"""" Uy..ilt tW . 1 .Ut .. .1 .- c ,-lA.. p- M-T- THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI Chautauqua i t Do you know that this year's Chautauqua will be "better than last year? Do' you know that we are going to have a "Cappy Ricks" play? Do you know that James Robert Barkley, artist and model expert, will be here? Do you know that the Maud Catren Entertainers, .Musicians and Mimics will entertain us the first day? Do you know that Fred Gates, business man and organizer, will leave us with now thoughts for making our town better? Do you know that the Maids O'Dundee will pre sent a treat of Scottish music and dance3? Do you know that the Miriam Franklin Players will be with us too? PRIMARY ELECTION J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 7 July 1922

i !C Wtfnmatwwwfcw" s-jir-w ",'Twrr,iEfT . t? v-f3j5r ; &.-" 3$8ijWi W? fi$jP55?M r H Tiv I If You Don't Get The ' M Im BgfeaSMSHKa3KM H Missouri Herald, You Don't H H I I WjlHBiifMB!lBEMBM H""l Oct the News. $1.00 a Year H B I H1" I Wg I KiSlKV!?flBBilffx93!P' ' I I lMii- erald VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1922 Missouri Tops Cotton Growing of U. S. and the World Department of Agriculture's Esti mate Places Missouri at the Head in Cotton, With 92 Per Cent Normal. 76. 60. Washington. ThlB year's cotton crop Will be about 11,065,000 bales, the Department of Agriculture has an nounced, Its Hist forecast of the sea son. , That total production was calcu lated on a condition of 71.2 per cent of a normal on June 25 and an estimate of 34,852,000 acres In cultivation on that date. The crop may be larger or smaller, according as conditions de veloping during the remainder of tliv season prove more or less favorablo to the crop than the average. The araa under cultivation June...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 7 July 1922

S2E3i2zd ffci r13 Wt- ' 441lilii.. f 4 ki wyxiwi ft HilMtlkWIHIHti.WWI twlwiwi fuMw htwniyfciifwi THE MISSOURI HERALD HAYTI, MISSOURI f I ! t I ' I' V- c s M . S; Ik The MisrW erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. FOFHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, ,at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Rnfrrrd nn Rrcnnil-rlnMM mnltrr Orlolirr 30, 1008. nt the potofllrc nt Ilnytl, MUxourl, under (lie net nf Mnrch .1. 1H70. Subsoription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 DlKplnr. column Inch .in llendcrx, per Inch .25 I.ocnln, per line . . .05 I.ocnlx, Iilnck (nee. per line .10 Office Fhone 94 Editorial, Night Fhone 80 Besidence Fhone 47 WHERE SENATOR REED FAILS. That part of Senator Reed's speeches in which he pleads for the preservation of local self-government and the constitutional rights of citi zens and the States against Federal encroachment is unassailable, but. other parts of his speeches are inde fensib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 7 July 1922

MW i Vf AWiTV" h THE MISSOURI HERALD; HAYTI, MISSOURI POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Democratic Ticket We announce the following as can didates subject to the Democratic pri mary held Tuesday, August 1, 1922: For Circuit Judge C. B. BRAGG HENRY C. RILEY J. S. GOSSOM FOR Prosecuting Attorney S. V. MEDLING SHELLEY I. STILES N. C. HAWKINS SAM J. CORBETT For Circuit Clerk ERNEST A. LONG OSCAR R. COLE For County Clerk FRANK BAIRD For Representative HANS E. DOERNER For Collector of the Revenue A. PARKER KERSEY For Judge of Probate Court W. E. (Ed) GOTCHER B. B. SANDERS For Recorder of Deeds HARVEY E. AVERILL JOHN W. GREEN For Presiding Judge County Court S. E. (Ed) JUDEN J. D. HUFFMAN For County Judge 1st District F. M. PERKINS For Justle of the Peace Haytl Town ship B. F. ALLEN F. M. GWIN For Constable, Hayti twp. S. P. (Sid) OATES Republican Ticket We announce the following as candidates, subject to the will of the Republican voters In the pri mary election August 1: For Collector of the Reven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 7 July 1922

''--- ?1 vm 'sd&mmmiita ffcvv t W v 1 ' -Wrl THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI PI It i' , : & i CHAUTAUQUA Afternoon Program Begins at 2:30 O'clock Evening Program Begins at 8 O'clock Chatauqua represents good, clean entertainment. Not just a show; but amusement of an educational feature establishing a desire to see more and better entertain ments, and offering a few thoughts for serious consid eration without anything of an immoral nature. PRACTICAL ROAD BUILDING vs. IMPRACTICAL ROAD BUILDING James Robert Barkley Cappy Ricks Maud Catren Entertainers Fred E. Gates ! Maids O'Dundee Words do not permit one to do juu tice to this organization, dressed in the plaids and kilts of the Highlanders and doing their songs and dances as only these girls can. Their afternoon pro gram will be just enough to make you come back at night, begging for more, and their evening program will call forth the wish that they could remain with you always. Just make the most of them while they're i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 July 1922

IS KH r" j -' " ,-t -i- f -- "- 4?v - , -. -- . If You Don't Get The B lk MWk&S? I Missouri Ilcrnld, You Don't I 1 T I k I "IBipBiiPiliBMlHiMB1' ' Get the News. $1.00,aYear H I fr" I Hf MrMWrBPWiBr I I r r r.ri.ini. .ni -ri"r BaMMiBMaB!EaMM ( s f ,m; J V i ' Wl r !-' w-w erald "Of the' Peoplo, "By tho ,,.., .n,. ., J.CU1UU. ; First, Last, AH the VIM. - ?1 VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1922 NO. 36 Primary Highway Routes Announced As To Hayti Territory Suggestions for Changes Mile System May Be Meeting July 25-27. in 1500 1922 CHAUTAUQUA 1923 made at Jefferson City, July l:. The Stale Highway Commission today announced Its tentative selection of routes for 1500 miles of the State primary road system. The routes are 'those recommended by engineers of the commission, and hearings will "be held here July 23, 2G and 27, when any protests or requests for changes in route may be made. The road program would involve the expenditure of $29,000,000, to be raised by State bonds,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 July 1922

1 "f K i - "iipy "i "iwBiiiwipMiaMiiwijwwiM.T yw" i "Iiihwimp wT -t- ' ,V' ' . " -i - -Mf- . , .wnxty if . !! h i h w n ', tf i t X, i THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI vmnvwiaarw k? -rr Bf'.' iiifc T". - - -L. .---i5rr... .-C-ft-g I VA rw-r ..- L -r . SMI ??ts ; - ike. "-,.. t 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 n nrrnnil-clnim rantlrr Ortolicr no, 1IH)S, nt llic pnitumce nt IIitTtl, MlftNotirl, under llic net or Mnrrh .1, INTO. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 plaplny, column Inch .IB Itcndcru, hit liirli .2S Lorn I h, per line .05 I,cal, Mnck fucr, per line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 A DEMOCRATIC COMPETITIVE can market had not been impaired TARIFF vs. A REPUBLICAN by the economic collude of Europe PROHIDITIVE TARIFF. .following the dcfe.it 01 the peace treaty an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 July 1922

is t& r THE MISSpURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI tt J Y' i ji w ' tQCtees9efte9M9Mtft(9tff the best K, , A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A V V V V V V V V W V V V W ' V V V V V V V V V V W t IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR US $ t TO BUY FOR OUR CUSTO- J MERS. J One Trial Will Convince You Moore Bros. Sanitary Market Everything Necessary for a real meal Z Z Z HAYTI MISSOURI ! 9m The Missouri Herald is in receipt of a card from the Bristow National Bank of Bristow, Okla., showing its financial statement and giving the names of its officials. Among them we are glad to note is Hugh P. Har i)ert, assistant cashier. Hugh had his first banking experience in Hayti where he was raised and received bis education, he being the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Harbert. The assets of the bank is more than a half million dollars, to be exact, $509,833.93. Hugh's many friends here will be glad to note his success, which is considerable, he being a new man in a new country. Good Kitchen Cabin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 July 1922

SjOiiVi. " THE MISSOURI HERALD, 'HAYTI, MISSOURI Ik I Id l' ?' JsJIlSk J5 II E -g Always wher Qualify Counts Budweiser Every whe re 33MP ANHEUSER-BUSCH. INC.. ST. LOUIS Hayti Ice & Cold Storage Company Wholesale Distributor Hayti, Missouri METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday school, 10 n. m. This school is holding up fine in attend ance, considering the season of the year. Only one teacher absent last Sunday. Worship, 11 a. m., choir leading hymn devotions. Mr. Culbertson's theme will be "The Gospel Paul Preached Meets the Conditions for All Time and All People." Are you missing these dis cussions? What are you getting In their stead? Epworth League, 7 p. m. Worship, 8 p. in. Third Command ment (swearing.) Msr. R. L. Camp bell will sing special solo, "Open the Gates of the Temple." PLAYER PIANO BARGAIN. AFTER SEVEN YEARS. We have a practically new Player Piano in this vicinity on which the purchasers are unable to continue payments; rather than reshlp, we will make contract with responsibl...

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