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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 21 July 1922

f V ' """'TS; " ' ' v"! '"". """ " H -" SVTiv V ,-. vmrtv J ' '- V ' lJ,,lfi r ' ""'&'' ""O, JDriiilS ?'M If You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, Ypu Don't Get the N6ws. $1.00 a Year gVMrtkMHMMaMMMaMaMvaHMMMMSMYq""" 3?. r" " - U ' - " ' " "I g B ine IVlissQwr rl erald "Of the People, By tho People, For tho People:" First, La3t, All the Tinw. A3 VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1922 NO. 37 NOMINATION OF SCOTT FOR SUPREME JUDGE SEEMS ASSURED FACT "Haywood Scott, of Joplin, former Circuit Judge, seems certain to be one of the two nominees on the Dem ocratic ticket for Judge of the Su preme Court, Division Two, elected at the primary August 1st, accord ing to reports received from Demo cratic party leaders and workers from over the State." Haywood Scott for Supreme Judge Committee. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT. Bill Summers was the victim of a serious automobile accident "Wednes day evening, being considerably iruised about the limbs and body, but fortunate to escape with his life. Th...

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. — 21 July 1922

mmm .;,"""SUJ THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI IfM I" K a I ItTl a t R ft El tt is 1 ' 1 & 1 B R I.- 8 fl Hi 14 1 n i4 - The MfiliP 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. Kntrrrd n arrnnd-clnsa ntattrr Octoltrr 30, 1D0S, nt the pnHtofflrc nt llnj-11. Mlmouri. undrr thr net of Mnreh H, 1870. Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Dlnplnjr, column Inch .... .13 Header. trr Inch .2S Lorain, per line .... JOS Lorain, black frier. 'per line . .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone ' 80 Residence Phone 47 REED AND HIS RECORD WHAT REED SAID IN 1910. At that time Reed wna a candidate for the nomination against David R. Francis, who bolted Bryan in 1896. Among many, references to his (Reed's) loyalty to the Democratic party, made by himself, we select the following: "I am opposed to turning control of the Democra...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 21 July 1922

;. ?. '""M. THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI $&! ft 'm iin Americas 4 if Beverade i Ike Ideal Rickag? tor me nome Picnic and Outing 1 -mm&sF0mm One Dozen Bottles mBmti cf .tiT, t -A . - Hayti Ice & Cold Storage Company WhouiaM utttrtoutor Hayti, Missouri 'Muskmelons, at Buckleys. nice and sweet, Ed Berry of Caruthersville was here Monday in the interest of his automobile business. Worth shape3 and Buckleys'. hats for men, sizes, colors to please, at Frank Hooper of was here this week. Caruthersvllle THE "MAJESTIC," WORLD'S LARGEST OCEAN LINER. Giboney Houck CANDIDATE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR CONGRESS Subject to the Decision of the S Primary August 1, 1922 5 2 Your Support Respectfully Solicited S Allocated by the treaty of Ver sailles to the British government, and sold by it to the White Star Line the former German Btearaship "Bis marck" has been converted into the liner "Majestic," very suitably named, for it is the world's largest ship and In many ways th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 21 July 1922

eMMMMWHMMiMMMNtaMrtMkMU grtWtHWMIWll lWWMWWPiwii rsjwagfgawgt innijuyrwiryi mtNKMWMIWMtlM THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I i V l : ' H h Jl '.! i it it' ii in 0 ' !?, ! Jl IF Hi Biggest Premium Yet I OF. I MANUFACTURED BY 1 SwYJ&jri I Wv J SNS ITH 8 SCOTT I k. MP Jl MANUFACTURED BY SMITH 8t SCOTT TOSACCO CO. incnoTo PADUCAH.KY. For 50 Tags or FORKED DEER LABELS, (Pictures on the 10c Bags), We Will Send Postpaid Complete Six-Piece Set of White Enamel Tinware All Full Size for Family Service Ki;utrLE gsmgg& m f CAKfc vttrtKnsteafcta KT"" -MT-f.l " A. f 8UGAR I: i MHKI3&2sSM&y 4 IS 1--- 35 y assess.. fel abiiifj "Ml if brP i HUNDREDS OF OTHER PREMIUMS For Men, Women, Children Write today for complete catalog good until June 20, 1923 Smith & ScoH Tobacco Go., inc., Paducah, Ky. METHODIST CHURCH NOTES. Genuine oak lawn swings, welt bolted and rc-inforced; the kind that will stand hard use. We put them up for you. Lefler Hardware Co., Haytl. tf J. D. Huffman, can...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 July 1922

t&'t "JIIT V V"" . ,VW-W t TVWf1" v ; ' " ' ' ' pwy m If You Don't Get .-.Tfie Mbsourl Ilcrahl, You Don't Get' the News. S l.)0 ,' Y'car i $ - ffc 'Of tlio People, By tho People, Fvor tlio People." First, Last, All the 7,ii . VOL. 14 HMM ! UJHM m PHWUt'iMW ' . JtPttrTHK:T-Ay J HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922 if m TT-f fiip'ff yipumy tt".lii jaiyiii. au n.111 .nm-iujmimfc r. priw.wMiHninmiinwj iiniiiiiCTMMiiiiMiKn inif; .-. ir- 'TfTIT'f rn'l ! '" "' '"" vi sa. w s 'S "$ TiF8. "53 75 o .a m .5 . o b y - si a - . - -- rj T1fI V . - - .. s m . - j-m. '. ,W jfc J li if, " I' r j-,-. j Ua. Ill mv j ' .--. Af. .t3KTEi ii aiT. n -iTTV KT'iT.m't Ell ;3.TX ei1-:1. -- X-rV ".t--- ." "iiV "lr i.'.U'r: iW"'v ViVi'iN TJ "iI VT'Ok r3 -.J jI i's& JlUb&JkGr H-'M If M J m WT. H M & M H R tt.f a nfajQ r -A W 8 H fif ' avmdil& - j&jafifl&aa.'wwi rj? w js,&&sw r.j ??'' 7t T.a v A-ii tsrcx. mu ivf-4iv va :,i ?:". rj vi v-s:i rc iu7 c-3 .! s a uu ua an ra-"" lva ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 July 1922

MJEL 5j" -- V - ,ty u Sf'ff-i iwnrifiitui i ni i w" """"" ,. -x T-ytr-"WMMiHE)l N " "T" nT p r'riT i i M ' TrT -- "v r'" f -ay - ..nyMftf'. '' ' " " 'f-"1t-i-frtv'iv THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I w H r IS; i l hi ! N Uf J i 'i n rt r r: r. ff ?tv. If n , ' .-a - r -. Ts .. . . . The Mljfi H ljaHapBBffiMa 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. Cntrrrd iiii ncrond-cliix mitllrr Oclnhrr :t, 1IHIS, nt the voitnlllrr nt llnytl. Mlitpiourl, hiuIct the tict of Mnreh :i, 1K70. One Year, outside county Subscription Bates: $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 DUpla). coliiinn Inch .-, .in lli-mli-m, pit Inch . .23 liocnlx, per line .05 I.iioiiIn, lilnck flier, per line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone . 47 It was by far the best heard hero, and made Domocrnts sorry that Mr. Ward, himself, was not In the race for Congress or the Se...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 July 1922

' utt THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI W0 j-SB.'t! -'JSAJJTt 111 cigarettes 10 They are GOOD! DEMOCRATIC HOUSE NOW SEEMS CERTAIN. ' Loss of Republican Senate Also Forecast. Washington, July 20. Indefensi ble as is the, Fordney-McCumher tariff bill now'-in the throes of great agony in the Senate it was not needed as a contributory factor in bringing about the existing state of public mind in which is prefigured the loss of the next House of Con gress to the Republican party. That political end was fixed and finished even before the House ways and means committee had reported out the preent tariff bill. The effect of the passage of the bill will be to tighten the determi nation of the voters to make the November elections the means of ex pressing their weariness of and dis appointment in the administration now in control. Senator Oscar W. Underwood, Democratic leader in the Senate, ex pressed the opinion that the next House would certainly be organized by the Democrats. The senior...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 July 1922

C&i?u.'iv-J . -ju;i i.i,f.ii 1 "-; -ar..l lJ..-. ,. t- .JA WU U .....I ; iililMTniiifrHn THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI i & si I' h r "1 VI 4 , 11 t i; U itti- in ivi u I J u is u J dwar " IfosQiuto Cram and Hecrer stay at cs&es ijactJiRass jyig&ys? NOAH'S ARK STANDS SAYS SCIENTISTS. Dr. Gctzinger Recognized it in Great Egyptian Pyramid of Cheops UWV. 7 jSS&w325 . 6K1-i'H.'f JKwrA . l(r ill A V !Ml The j y ft fi i r hw . i I PEOPLES MUG STORE Phone No. 95 HAYTI BEATH EECALLS ESCAPE IN 1008 FROM HANGING REE. tioutheinei, Whoso Friend Was Hanged Escaped From Rope by Jumping in Lake.- Memphis, Venn. The famous night riding campaign of 190S in Obion. Lake n ml adjoining counties in Went Tennessee, during which hundred? of litizans of that district banded together in opposition to p. plan of Northern capitalists of making the Keelfoot Like area of Tennessee in to a vast private game prc3erve, is recalled by the death at his home in 'Iron ton, Tonn., Friday of Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 4 August 1922

rv $., W ? ''SpxifcVt'iJf T,i- V(Ur fff If You Don't Get The MlBBOurl Herald, You Don't Got the News. $1.00 a Year " : 5 ' ' ' - - . The rvuMsWH ari " . 1 ' r , . "1 , " erald . ""Of the 'People, By tho People, For tho People," First, Last', All the Time. 4 l VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY,; JULY 28, 1922 NO. 38 Reed Stabbed Party in Back; Now Unrepentant, Would Lead Charles M. Hay, in Speech at Sikeston, Charges Reed Betrayed Party in 1920. The Most Eloquent Democrat in Missouri Pleads for Nomination of Long to U. S. Senate. Discusses Campaign Issue. J, (A.IJ. Sikeston, Mo. Charles M. jHay, of Si. Louis, concluded his three day tour of Southeast Missouri with an address here today. As in pre vious talks, Hay devoted himself largely to the public record of Sena tor James A. Reed. He asserted Reed had employed the tactics of the jungle in his dealings with Wood row Wilson, and charged him with hetrayal of the Democratic party in Missouri and the nation. Hay pledged his steadfast sup...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 4 August 1922

-M WS, .-'. t. V .-nf Iff'. 1 ;'"'"vij' ;""'MWW T"" I "" '"it "-fi imniun in nj wmnmin mMifwwiwpiwwiiiiwii mwwuaiMiwii 7M""1,1" -"i -wf- ii.ii. .if.i ..i.i1ji .fiijjjLg fes .- 1 S3 0 M H M H il i '( 1 Mi K r .1 ri I fc I 1 ', Hr it l- Bi a ?: ) to THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI MWMWLWrnnTWTriWWtaW The MisjifttJ H LaanMaE9&eanKM-a 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. Kntrred tin xrronil-plnuR innttrr Octolirr !t, 1I)0S, n( the iinilofllrr nt Ilnj-tl. SlUmiiirli under tlir act of Mnrch .'I. 1H70. Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 HNplny, colnmn Inrh .15 Local, iirr line .05 Krndrrn. per l';rii . . I.ociiIn, Iilurlt tun; iicr line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 WET OR DRY, WHICH? The strangest thing about the Itced support in Pemiscot county is that his strongest hench...

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

THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI Gae3se$sBoas8&39rosC3steetsso99ae9Me n Awakening j Public Appreciation A Number oPThings Must be Considered . 2 Public opinion governs the success of a pharmacist. In awakening public appreciation many things must be considered. This applies especially to the druggist, for a high standard of efficiency and honesty is demanded of him. Our steadily increasing trade convrnces us that the people of this community approve of our methods. We realize that the interests of our customers and ourselves are mutual. Reasonable prices at this time when there is so much complaint about profiteering should provide further evidence of our fairness. We never have believed that immediate profit is the thing to strive for in a family drug store. If the service is right, profit will in the long run take care of itself. THE APPHOACHINS ELECTION The Store That Courts Public Favor ? WELLS DRUG COMPANY Hayti, Missouri a JIBE AT SPENCER GETS LAUGH AT CONVENTION. Reso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 4 August 1922

?rf 'i 'ifi SgPTi'CTi f v mt m iwwwwwl V THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI "Leave This Name Unscratched on the Ballot" R VOTE FOR SAM J. CORBETT ( r 1 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY M k IMS ie b It l" IS' t f jF. fi -1 4 i i-J w J I i. I tt- i , ! ? f .y fy LONG ENDS TOUR OF PEMISCOT COUNTY WITH CARUTHERS VILLE TALK. MosQuito Cream and MosQuitos Never stay at the same place frlT M m Tub PEOPLES DRUG STORE Phone No. 95 HAYTI MISSOURI Perfection oil stoves, the kir-d that gives the least trouble and the most satisfaction. We put them in the kitchen for you. Lefler Hard ware Co., Hayti. tf Prof. J. W. Green, one of Pemis cot's old school teachers, was seeing After his interest here Wednesday. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken fey catarrh sufferers for the past thirty Jive years, and has become known as the -most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 11 August 1922

jpyjZB sjra m 5a v s''7j "I'H''"'' ViC', V If You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't Get the News. $1.00 a Year . i m, i.i. ,,, "' "-43-l.-fV . 3v . " ' yj ' a " J" - ine iVlrssaurr rl r Vit fFw" p-m i inrrini??nriffTnB8B ?"" " WV: irirK'fe)jrrs ;5STOrtiTOMl ' ' " 1 " ' - . f w-- --.---.p .- -, a-ff- 'wn'ff ttWiTi,'f'JiraTii'iri!V-TH rw i" ' ' F . -if' 'V-XifX ' W' f.P wry- . a.. i ( li v, -, '.it vj . 3 ."Sra'rt SO&l - - J 1 ' ' rH -. ; " m Vil J' V ifJ ut tnc jeopie, uy tna People, For tho Peoplo," $ rirst.i-asi, ui ine inw. erald VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922 NO. 40 ISSUE OF ROAD BONDS MAY BE HALTED BY INJUNCTION SUIT The following is a copy of a mar ket letter given us by Buckleys Store, received from the cotton firm of Sternberger, McKee & Co., of Mem phis, Tenn, and from the tone of the letter, It would indicate there arc better times ahead. Violation of Law Providing; for Loca-1 COTTON CROP PREDICTS tion of State Highways Aliened I GOOD TIMES ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 11 August 1922

7;rt r l-yim'- ' !5tMMM iaiBii hi nif npjwfunrfMifiaftMi i'l'l"" ""' ib i. rv-r TTrP THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI a H 3 e 1 n v 'I ? ! S Ml. i n i ! II1 Hi M lit ir. 15. ? i r fi e s ' y is I!! i l 5 4 1 The MissilH "-ZZXZHJHHSHaaM 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. KntcrocI im ncrond-clim mntlcr Orlnlirr 510, 100S, nt Hie iotiifflrp nt llnyll. MlKftntirl, tinder tlip ncl of Mnrcli lit 1870. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 DUplu.v. coIuiiiii Inch liOcnlM, pir lino .... ir. .03 Itrndrrn, firr I'lt-ti , I.uruln. Itlnrk fucc, prr line r. .10 Office Phone Editorial, Night Phone Besidence Phone 04 80 47 "NO INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE NEEDED." "The sooner the Democrats of Hit Btate quit talking an independent candidate for the United States Se nate, the better it will he for the party. Senator Reed was nomin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 11 August 1922

"rr NflM f , r- THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ',$; j. i yvi . . l x-j tfv'r jfSJVjB HI cigarettes They are GOOD! 10 BaythitCigareUeandSaceMoney BONUS PAYMENTS $9,592,860 , Jefferson City, Mo. Up to the .present time the State Bonus Com mission has favorably passed upon and paid 70,700 claims of soldiers, sailors and marines for war service. These payments aggregate $9,592, 860, leaving a balance of $5, 260, 890. At the present time the average claim paid amounts to $125.35. This is below the general average in the past, although on one occasion last May the average dropped down to $117.20. Mrs. J. T. Jackson, also son and daughter, Kos and Lucille, are spend ing a two weeks visit with relative? tnd friends at Clinton, Ky., and re turning by the way of Humbold Tenn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Georgr T. Jackson, parents of our Jim Jackson. Jelly glasses, fruit cans, jars jar tops and rubber.:, at Buckleys. George L. Randolph and daugh ter, also a niece, Miss May, Wright the latter ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 11 August 1922

e- Mmji A v "jffcU ". w IM w iffiuwSiiriuiiiliiiMB t 'v',,y'''jiytiirj,'l''',''jjff'y'v''t,""'i'' i v ft 'XiV Lv "'",J"1"'' "' ' ' r"-r ""rivirqpAi; j THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 1 i! l-io IS ffl J i , u V. 5 ? iv ?.' f. 41 I., r. Si It t" ST &: H? .1 I.R jjusbbbVbbbbbbbbbbbbjis Nyal tfosQuito Cream and MosQuitos Never stay at tiie same place lllPw&Y The rlf Isf vft Tube i r ii )& v V-l "w PEOPLES DRUG STORE Phone No. 95 HAYTI NOTHING ME 15 TO HELP ALASKA CONGRESS HAS BEEN DEAF, SO FAR, TO THE ARGUMENTS OF GOVERNOR BONE. SELFISH BUREAUS PREVENT Liberalized Laws and Concentration of Authority and Responsibility Are Requisite to the Successful Opening Dp of the Great Territory. brandies of t lie government. Wants Alaska Opened Up. Governor Bone Is utnbltlous to open up Alaska during Ills term of office. He realizes that this ennnot be done successfully unless the present chaotic system of territorial government Is set aside, and modern methods substi tuted for It....

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 18 August 1922

K.raK V- " w i J -n " "' T " L T ""1 S?V '- "- 9'Jf Tf '.'"' l - w If You Don't Get The M lm MMSHfifflWHKjByB B Missouri Herald, You Don't H H I H "wMBfBBSMBSBBJBBBBilWfe HHlH Oct the News. $1.00n Year H I I " I WV J TjjMBr I I . n. erald .??- ' aJHml i3tiK '(; PI m i"j i m - . . & "Of the People, Dy the $ People, For the People." " First, Lnst, All the Time. M i J i a VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922 NO. 41 PEMISCOT FARM BUREAU NEWS Big Farm Bureau Celebration at Cape Girardeau. The Farm Bureau has been In -lstence in Missouri for ten years. It started at Cape Girardeau, and has grown until we now have sixty-four Farm Bureau oigunizations in ths state. This organization celebrated last week by having a home-coming with all of the county Farm Bureaur represented. One of the largest parades ever pulled off in the State ot Missouri, was piled off on that day More than one hundred floats repre sented the. various phases of work More than one hundred Iloats repre sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 18 August 1922

'K '. MWlMmiM wmwiia m h 1 If 5) ft' 1 I 11 Ik t fV f 4 . I f! t V 1 vs i -1. I n ? M r ! -, 1 & I l" s I." 'J t ' Ki v" IS l . :ii i i m a I V4 18 j THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 6 a -" 1 " " . . j. j -a TheTOWra 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. r- . Entered n "rrond-elnx mutter Ortolirr :!). IDOM. tit llir- tumtnltli-p nt llnvtl. MIxNiiuri, under flie net of Mnrcli :t, INTO. Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 IHnplny, column Inch .in ItenderN, per Ineli .2.' LoralH, rr line .on l.oenN, hlnrk face, ver line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS YOUR MAIL IS DELAYED AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY The large electric light on the top of the Grammar School Building is a good thing, and acts well as a beacon light that guide tourists through the city on their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 18 August 1922

'!l!IFmWm t . a,:. THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 111 cigarettes 10 They are GOOD! u WHAT WHITE MULE CAN DO Tfilnk Eelskln Cures Rheumatism. It Is a singular commentary on the many fnltlis nnd creeds mid notions prevailing timid the uneducated of Now York anil many of Hn odiirnted, for that matter I that a coitnln llsh prod uct should bo on dally sale as a sup posed cure for rheumatism, , This Is the eelskln. It Is sold In various sizes. The skin Is tied n round nrm or elbow or wrist or ankle or thigh or elsewhere near the affected part. And there are those who swear by Its effectiveness. Scientific American. White mule can make you so ad-ddle-headed that you wouldn't know u straight line from a fence worm. If you have any self-respect to start -with, It can knock It out of you In less than a dozen rounds. If you have any respectable friends it can make them lose sight of you before you have turned the third cor ner. If you have accumulated or inherit ed any money, it can open...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 18 August 1922

V ly '-r -r m jvw.H'ii tfrKi THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ft !.' ti 8 P U 1 $ 1. 1 Kll M !' l I I) " v i M I t N , I r 51 s &.i iJ1 , " t t 'n-j an 1 Mi ', tMJ m a $ li ' I I M ' 15 Tastes just nxuH l -1 1 KM JRWnM. 09 f wH 09 ever . Budweiser Everywhere mc. ANHEUSER-BUSCH. INC.. ST. LOUIS flayti Ice & Cold Storage Company Wholesale Distributor Hayti, Missouri FOR SALE ly in corporation of Hayti. Address 41 acres of land joining and part Mrs. S. E. Bash, 809 S. Oak St., Champaign, 111. 39-41 S. E. Willey of Oxford, Ohio, one of our county's large land owners, is here this week looking over his holdings, and we are informed that be is more than pleased over the fine prospects of a crop. Emerson fans, oscillating and non-oscillating. All sizes. Leflcr Hardware Co., Hayti. tf NEW ERA LODGE, I. O. O. F. (No. 352) Meets every 'i'uesduy night. Visiting members cordially Invited to attend. C. K. CHISM, N. G "W. B. O'CONNOR, Secretary FIRE INSURANCE- -THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVER...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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