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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 25 August 1922

, JjfBW' "'" V If You Don't Oct The Missouri Herald, You Don't Get the News. $1.00 a Year -i K l The MissoSrf H tft VJ& (I ii taftS 1 . ?.&? ,r 1 fr -M$. erald . "Of the People, Jiy -the' vM People. For. the PeDW' '$$ First. Lnst. All the Vlm, ' '. M? nff VOL., 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY,, AUGUST 25, .1922 NO. 42 TOM LEWIS AROUND THE WORLD One of my pupils of the first school I ever attempted to teach, Tom Lewi has been spending some time with me here In Long Beach, California, und we were more than pleased to have our old friend with us, and especially so to hear of his many trials, desperate chances and .narrow escapes, which he experience in his ndventursome trip, owing to his mode of travel, around the world. Of course, had it been anyone else but Tom Lewis, I could have hardly believed more than half the dca old lifelong friend told me, but as 1 have before aaid, knowing him as I have from early childhood, I did not dare dispute or evan question a sin gle word of his st...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 25 August 1922

IAT JV & .fi'rVWWr: i'WTl'1'''" "T717vrr!:zFr7pi ""vy"?1i,'if "n-ii Wffi?S 'ilswSSJ ?' i i( THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAITI, MISSOURI I s 3 ! & ! f e l S . 6.. I V B Si 1 1", I. l ft E a I li ' fi '4 T"l I li --"-rsyv CL-ii-iJLL.sl'' ""J The MlliBBrH erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor t Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Enfrrrtl im mTiinil-clnnn ninllrr Ortnlirr !). 1WIS. nt !ie potttofllcp nt Ilnyll. Bllmmurlt under Hie net if Mnrcli .'I. 1871). Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Dlnplnr. column Inch .1.". Ilrnilrrn, pp' Inrli .2.1 LornlK, per line . ' I.oi'aln, Iilnck tnve, per line .11) Office Phone 04 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Besidcnce Phone 47 THE NEGRO ISSUE. The immediate and unmistakable iBsue in Pemiscot county politics is the deluge of negro votes that have recently come upon us with almost the suddenness of the Gal veston disa...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 25 August 1922

aft! THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI .M; H a & i ' 38 sl "ft t ? fl Scholars -when you go back to School go well equipped for bet tudy. ' Buy School Supplies Here i For Better Qualities Bigger Selection Fairer Prices 12,000 T; ablets to Pick From 12,000 Rexall Tablets---best count, best paper i Pads - Mucilage Tablets Blanks Pastes Inks Slates ' Crayons Note Books Water Colors i jJmJjJm$ $$ 5$nj $$ j $ $nj$ $$$ WELLS DRUG COMPANY Hayti, Missouri Pencils Pens Bags Lunch Boxes Fountain Pens Erasers Rulers Straps Paper Napkins Eversharp Pencils S ! East of the Mississippi Well, we have had our vacation or, more properly speaking, varia tion. We had a change. That wus all. The time we were off duty went more like work than play. Time well spent, though, and we are pleased pleased to again be back in old Missouri, the greatest State of them all. The writer and "his partner in the waltz of life have in the past made mauy journeys into near and far countries during their more than...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 25 August 1922

FF?tw- mrnaur.TWmmrtir. THE, MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ii i m r i ! f" !' r r U I 3?' lint 1 1 i: li: ?". 1 ! M h- t &U ii n i I Hi Iff School Days are Coming And with them the demand for suitable clothes for School Children. Especially for school wear we have assembled the most complete stock of suits, dresses, hats and shoes in our history, and offer them in our School Days Sale All prices at substantial reductions from regular season mark ings. All at bargain prices. Make your selections early. : For the School Boys "Knickerbocker" Suits Plain and belted models; long trousers or knickers "Tom Sawyer" and "Huck Finn" Shirts "Wild Boy" Ribbed Stockings. Hats, Caps, Belts. Knitted and Cut Silk Ties. Oxfords and Shoes. For the School Girls Stylish, Serviceable Dresses in Ging hams and Serge Middy Blouses Big Selections and Beautiful Assort ments in Ginghams and other Dress Materials Hosiery Silk, Mercerized, Ribbed Oxfords, Pumps and Shoes NO MATCHING DOLLARS OF FEDERAL ST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 1 September 1922

,!" -yfi JJJ. L -X ' 'f . IJ. H- X I he MlslF H '"" " I. I. i. . 1 1 .... . . . . . . ..j. ... . If You Donlt Got The Missouri Herald, You Don't Get the News. 1.0Q a Tear erald . 71 ' All r ' ffl ' , "Of the People, By thfc ; eppJe.'For the People." First, Last All the Tim. VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922 TWO NEGRO BRUTES ATTEMPT RAPE ON TWO WHITE GIRLS Attack Made Upon-Daughters of Judge S. P. Williams of Near Town. Negroes Enter Girls' Bedroom. Frightened Away by Screams of Victims. Both Brutes Arrested and Jailed. No Violence Attempted. i The Jong expected has happened at last. It was Inevitable. That It did not happen sooner Is litttle less than miraculous. Wherever there is a gathering together of strange, stray negroes from every quarter, attracted by the freedom and equality they have been shown in Pemiscot county, the only question is: Who will the victim be, and when? Rape upon white women is just as peculiarly a negro crime as canni balism was their reli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 1 September 1922

Vt'i Wft ' .,. i.l,T..;lif..'Aff,iti?f"i?Tt"..:Ti'v J'.. .: ir.",..i .'.i.-.1.,,.., ;,.,, . ,i ., , , J 2 . ..-( -i THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI is .- h t t 3. t tw I ' 2 I?. IS-' ' lir (J i, ii s- "?, I iij '' SI r i" ?! & re f I m (t?A I 8 i I m r 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. Knlcrod nx kcciihI-c1un tiinUor Ootolirr !tO, UtOS, tit llie ntlllre nt Hnytl. MIKouri, nndcr the net of ainreh :i. 187I. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 niNplny, coin inn Inch .IT. ItrmlrrM, per Inch 4!." Locnlx, per line - . ."! I.ocnl, Muck fnee, per line .10 Office Phone r 94 Editorial, Night Phone - 80 Residence Phone 47 GUYED BY A "GUY." In the Inst 'week's issue of United Farmer, Blytheville, vc And in a lengthy fulnilnatlon of the same character, the following Some "guy.' We should and all The say! As we have ...

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

J " ', -V"t'' JiTfST-77ffj-'"y-fi!tw THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI- sais. 1 4?! -ygyi?' $&; -i,ii ..:m Illifi2TW ieGe aaoaaitMMMfMeeeoaoteeooooeMtoooseo Scholars when you go back to School go equipped for best study. v Buy School Supplies Here For Better Qualities Bigger Selections Fairer Prices 12,000 Tablets to Pick From -12,000 Rexall Tabletsbest count, best paper Pads N Mucilage WC1! O Tl? 1 If Pencils Eraser Tablets Blanks W IZjLiLiO Um,J VJ PeIU Ruler Pastes Inks A01 i IV ID A 1VTV Slates Crayon- XVJLt A lT AJS.1 1 I Lunch Boxes Paper Hapkinr Note Books Water Colors T . . Fountain Pens Eversharp Pencils Havti, Missouri 22 YEARS AGO. Nobody swatted tho fly. Nobody wore a wrist watch. Nobody had appendicitis. Nobody wore white shoes. Nobody sprayed orchards. Nobody knew about radio. Most young people had livery bills Farmers came to town for their mail. Many people read by candle or kerosene light. The heavens were not full of man birds. Nor the seas alive with under ...

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

i'iteS JlillMM 5STW -. VI' -J .ai'i-ma 'V ''1Jf?.'J. " ' iiwV .A M-v' 1 4, -.J.!-. . fc"V THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 3 fW ' t I V 3-- m m 1 I if i m i & ?41 3 K; tf 1 lS 15 tiff jri 1 3 V i ' i;; S' H I H m& ms l 14"! , KS H i 4 I a i . I? a II r !vF Only Safe Way There is only one safe way to conserve your income: Deposit it when received in a strong, reliable bank, and make your payments by check. You can then tell at any time just where your money has gone, and every check you issue becomes a receipt. This bank places at the command of its depositors many facilities which contribute to the safety of their funds. BANK OF HAYTI HAYTI, MISSOURI 99 AMERICA CASINGS i : : Fully Guaranteed 6000 Miles 30x3 Non-Skid, 1 $7.45 30x3 1,2, Non-Skid $8.45 30x3 Inner Tube $1.45 30x3 1J2 Inner Tube $1.75 We have larger sizes in proportionate prices Caruthersville Hardware Company LOCAL AND PERSONAL For Sal Good , sdcond-hana baby carriage. See Mrs. O. Q. Briggt. Miss Etna Maxcy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 8 September 1922

i9iJV"nntXAX . ,'iJtA ' V "l !?vwSSiBpHpiffPM( 'X'irt If You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't Got tho News. SI. 00 a Year VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDaV, SEPTEMBER 8. 1022 nui'iiif i wjTJTTn'fnjrfTfn?Tiffw ji gir ai MmrwiwwiTMwWK vi.l;. t . . urf i ...... V . - 'ul me rcopie, uy tag t$ People, For tho People." First,. Lat, All the Time. "& .ftV- f - i" ,W,WJTTOtTOTOyCT to .At . iV A . . . ft . nu. 44 wm 'fv uj'Tr.-.j''i.TEU-j-u.ijiaiHwvi'a Tennessee Senator Scores Mistakes of Republicans' - 3 Years Rule i- Washington, D. C. Tho most tor- the Volstead law so us -to enforce it rfllc Indict moiH tin' the Uspublirwi j:iS to prohibitionist.-; and allow it : party bus received Li tunny monih , bo viiU'ted by all others, was the speech delivered by Son Uoi i "They iuivo established a system McKellar on the lloor of the Sennl:of oil leasing by which the oil trust Wednesday of last week. The Ten- domestic and foreign, have secured ncssee Senator put the issues soa greutpart of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 8 September 1922

&'" y'yKfyi ' t'f "!' i. ifr1 rtw.y 1 -' "Jrv",f "tw tyyiwii 'y; .","-, 'v!w7?TTS?!,yiff ''"' f ... i..-..,. ,. . ...m? . ,..,;' ,f,, t; ,?,p, j-,K1 -' I; V-t m'A W w Vi I.T ' IW !J i! i V I 5 !h a ti m ra U ft H'. us L I If 1 i I? it ' i l;i. l THE MISSOURI HEJRA&D, HAYTI, MISSOURI TheMjWrierala 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. Unlcrrtl iin urciinil-elnxn nmllrr Ociottpr ao, 1I)()S. lit lir ihiiIiiIIIit n( llnytl, Mlxnuurl, iinilrr tlir net if Mnrcli :t, 1H7K. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Dtxiiliiy. col ii in ii Inch .1." Itrmlrrn, per li:cli .'27, liornlx. iter line . , M"t I.ociiIh, lilnck lace, iter line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Congoleum ana linoleum we put It down for you. Leller Har I ware Co., Haytl. tf Bring your eggs, butter and c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 8 September 1922

s- .$ w y ,f F;triwpl M THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI "Ewteieal Rubbing Alcohol m Limbea up Your Muscles with a Good Rub Down t ItoxeteBF Rubbing Acohol HIGH IN ALCOHOL CONTENT (Non Beverage) Allays Soreness Reduces Swelling PARTICULARLY EFFECTIVE Soothes and Stimulates the Whole Body Try it After the Bath. Sold at 50c per Bottle Wells Drug Co. IS&xcJm store Tom Lewis of Braggadocio was horo Wednesday, regaling his friends with brief sketches of his recent trip around the world. Tom wore a suit of blue overalls the entire trip and thinks it was his gnrb that carried him safely through strange lands without a scratch. Tom says he was not afraid of being robbed, as most everybody looked at him and shied off like they were expecting him to bum them for a quarter. The celebrated copper clad Uango now on display at our store See this range before you buy. High-flll-Neifiud Furniture Co., Caruth ersvllle, Mo. F. E. Troutt, Hayti, buys coun try produce of all kinds. You should c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 8 September 1922

' , iv" V .' .' "" I" h 1 I s A1 in I: I s 8 U V a $ r.v IMk l l'.i m Yiy V? ffi c r. If m fif it is I lis ISJS v' IS lsE m 1 - I ' 3& I w traj ffi A ts S ' . i! ;r i A THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI S Place Your Order wtp fi ,, V. V .. 'if.' tr-JCK E .By 'Jt I.P. A ' JL l W WW FOR- I FORD CARS w FORD TRUCKS PEMISCOT FARM BUREAU NEWS Three County Farmers' Mutual Fire Ir.suiT.nce Companies Close Very Successful Year. Annual meeting Held at Paixm August 20th. 1 FORDSON TRACTORS We are in a position to make immediate 'J j delivery on all models. Sf 5v . fife A .adO T tf W " an Ausdaii j Motor uo. ' AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS GENUINE FORD PARTS GENUINE FORD BATTERIES FEDERAL TIRES See Us for Terms ' Phone 382 CPiRUTHERSVILLE, MO. MwTJWruj g& Only repair station in the county vith burning-in Ngg stand, drill press motor and generator test stand fi& and other up to dale Ford equipment. Insist on () genuine Ford parts. 2 8 ?.- j fro. t riw-3j nmHMvk' , "! Mrs. I. Kohn and so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 15 September 1922

l " ' '"'"V " ' " 'l'".'l?f'wf ' n - 0? . A $hm If You Don't (Jet The Missouri Herald, You Don't Get the News. $1.00 a Year ,.g l -r3sJtr -. gv - - i ' erald & J8 ' "Of the People, By tha" People, For tho Peoplo.' First, Last, All tho Tim. VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1922 NO. 45 A Flagrant Tariff Robbery Will You Vote for the Robbers? Even that great New York daily The Herald leading Republican paper of the East, is so distrusted with the proposed tariff robbery that It publishes n comprehensive table showing the ill-effect of the Ford-ney-McCuniber tariff bill on the co3t of living. This table shows that the tarifi will on cotton manufactures be in creased 58 per cent; on silk manu factures, 38.5 per cent; on woo! manufactures, 137.3 pqr cent; on clothing, 42.5 per cent; on earthen ware, stone and chinaware, 29.S per cent; on glassware, 35.2 per cent; refined sugar, 293.7 per cent; buttons, 1G7.4 per cent; cutlery 3C8.2 per cent; hardware, 100 per cent; clock...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 15 September 1922

r&w''- W 'V'ivWt MpAMvf f t 1 m K IV 1 IVf u 11 lis m H i. :t iS gf I It! ,1 S3 W iv 1 a. r& " V ! r " ti Pi K- : if lu If KL' it .7 : 8 f..i 8 1 $ I 'O Orf J 1$ & ! il & S3 ISM J r ii 4 THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI !' Sylva n Flour SYLVAN FLOUR IS THE BEST FLOUR MADE. WE GUARANTEE THAT. Knowing the dissatisfaction prevailing toward some well known brands of flour, wc have purchased an extra large car of SYLVAN FLOUR. This enables us to make our prices very low. We have sold SYLVAN FLOUR before; se we know that it is good. Try. a sample at our expense and prove it for yourself. Shorts, Chops and Brand at Low Prices Buckleys' Store Hayti Missouri WhyDoritlfou GetTh&tBiayMhasBd looM jjsMfej 7 "his store is the authorized resident deafer for The RoyalTailohs Chicaeo'JJevYorh. Royal Taltored-tO'M'asure SuUs ana Overcoats fttiJTOh Judge Williams Wants to Be Shown thr. Law Protecting Black Brut,es. (Continued From Page 1) REPUBLICANS SCARED. No wonder the Repub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 15 September 1922

, - ".'- "u--sr, '?v v - M,wi :li - S3 THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI v - t I . ''4 The Cheapest Time to Talk D 1? Vfi - i 'i URING the day and early in the evening telephone traffic ebbs and flows. At certain hours the wires fairly hum with thousands of messages, while at the switchboards in the great central offices in the cities the nimble, accurate fingers of the operators keep pace with the rapid winking of the signal lights. After 8:30 P. M. there is a lull. The calls steadily decrease. From midnight until dawn the lights flash at comparatively infrequent intervals. At night, with the wires clear, with the rush of traffic out of the way, your calls can be handled to best advantage. Transmission conditions are at their best. Everything is favorable, including the rates. To encourage communication at these hours, there are "evening" and "night" rates on "station-to-station" calls.1 "Evening" rates apply between 8:30 P. M. and midnight. Their cost is about one-half of the d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 15 September 1922

t''c.iiL!'S. ,,;n' i. tf'fiw'jru.'" I'jLVfS" .'li .'' 'v''i""i ")",';":""i;'i'P " i '"' V, ' -otw-'w r. ".-p rf -5 ;" v ,v '' ; vv7iii" f'm 'r i?r-Wirn imiiiia-irT-TnJir r'niir -j"iiTir -J-r'-n rriTTrntrumm ni ,wi mi. VrY iw ,i., i.,i.i ,. ..,? , , i J i . . ' V ' j i V ' ' i "T ' nVV "77.TSlTVl'7W' SSV .&. r' . I. A " II? If? l8 l. if K ii & m fr & TO,! f $ 1? 2f V ki j MS a fi- i JZ Itfj Si I was ras ! THE MISSOURI HERALD, -HA.YTI, MISSOURI i I . S" 14 " . : i NOW is the time to lay in your winter's supply of palatable and clean Meats, Groceries and Lard Wc have the right price on everything in this line and plenty of it. Lot's get together and we will convince you this is the place to buy and save money on your family purchases, regardless of the size. Complete Line of Fresh and Smok- ed Meats. Groceries, Fruits and f Appetite-giving Vegetables. i Y 0. IJ L. D D-J 2 vv e i ay i iiynesi i nues ioi i iouuce : Restaurant in Rear of Store for $ our Patron's Benefit. 2 MEM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 15 September 1922

&T '.; ?8(W" " -T "V "WW(WW'ffi&?ffi&) THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI G20 Delivered The car that is making good everywhere. Long wheel base and easy riding qualities make for comfort, and its re liability is not doubted. We have sold several in our town and all are highly pleased with Overland performance. Let us demonstrate to you. We sell Fisk tires and tubes D. R. DORTCH W. J. DORRIS D. & D. GARAGE HAYTI MISSOURI TESTS ir.OTS VALUS c? TELEPHONE TO FARMEIt Esquire A. F. Parker of Portage ville, was here several days the first of the week shaking hands with hif many old acquaintances. Perfection ell stoves, the It tod that gives the least trouble and the most satisfaction. We put them in the kitchen for you. Leflcr Hard waro Co., Hayti. tZ See those special values in lat est style diamond rings, at S23.00 S37.50, 50.00 and 75.00 each, it Turnbaugh's Jewelry Store. Carutii ersville, Mo. 44-4r What is the telephone worth tc the farmer? Results of investiga tion,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 15 September 1922

.UaiW i1.1h.41.A1 m.Vi.-.i I. l. j"......,.. tl . 1... tinnmi.ti.i i.... r ptr. T.. ..,....,i .MJ..J..M , -. .i.. T - - n T - -7'M,rT "lltjriiuT..rpn. JxilinJiwi'i"i riiirfiinfiiignilffiff WWNWtWI M ft, V 1 ft 4 V fc r THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ft fl i. s 3 r? hi r u 11 s 3 (I 5 1 if, i A M 1 B) f' , fefi 1 M , 7jw -. fts&? IV-3 ." I! M If ' r V s JCT ss 1: 1' I? I'.. Ik-Jff ' IP j i f Bin t; I r fl 4 , r. ls erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPH&M, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Entrrrd na nerond-clami nmtfrr October HO. UIOS nt the iiONtulltcc lit Ilnytl. Mlanonrlt under the net if Mnrcli .'t, ISTlt. Subscription Bates: One.Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Display, column Inch .15 ItrnilrrN. prr Inch .25 Loral, prr line . .05 I.oculn. black face, per line .10 Office Phone 04 Editorial, Night Phone 1 80 Besidence Phone 47 PLATFORM. The oolumiiK o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 22 September 1922

$fcr Is f$ " -.."" 'SSRtM..vi. ;"'&&&, -Sfi .-&:&?& If You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't Get the Mows. $1.00 u Year y-ri"'"i yr MTf- ' -rss- p. .JrWrnV .orM3iMMrq:L i-"g5iraigT?,rg The MissmirrH !. v X -JW-W ZSv . ;. ::s -i, v'fi erald 8 -. :V "Of the People, By the '" 'X People, For . the PeopJ " , ""'.$( First, i-ast, All the Time. VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1922 NO. 46 9 1 9 V rying to Fool the People WitE a Jesse James Tariff Law LATER: (Friday morning, September 22.) Since the body of the article below was put in type, the $4,000,000,000 tariff bill has become a law. President Harding signed the Fordney-McCumber tariff bill at 11 o'clock yesterday, Thurs day morning, and that in mous robbery law became ef fective at midnight last night. The public will now shortly commence paying the $4,000, 000,000 annually levied upon it for the benefit of the Repub lican campaign contributions in the last national campaign. Here you have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 22 September 1922

-? r1 L.rJLr-. .:,:, jzijawaxyjcL-j 'Sf!r?q5Ps: tfrlKrfl Hw 1.1 S II " u ii'. K! i Is i M fci 7, g ( n 19? Ii' S IS ? ( &5 4! ' m i? If it K W5 I rid i ImB t& ' i & - i : 1 te$S3$Si3353$$$$;SSSSS$$SSS$SSS$$3$3 GREATEST OF THESE By ALICE B. PALMER. m m (ffl by .McCluro Newspaper Syndicate.) "Dear Gram I wish my mother and father lived Jll;u sonic of the other boys' folks. I'm going to graduate tills month, ami J don't know what to do. I'll send thorn an Invitation, I gne.ss, so things won't look so funny here. "I love you, Gram-you're the only one that teems to care but wotddn't I be proud If I could Introduce my mother and father to the boys, and perhaps have a spread with mother. "1'ou'll come to graduation, though, won't you, Gram? Sit right down In front, where I can see you when 1 read my essay. If the boys say anything about my folks I'll make some excuse business trip. I Inclose my picture. Tve ordered my suit, rather told me to get anything I want. You'll be proud...

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