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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 22 September 1922

? W 'rw'S v THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI l Harvest Time Is DRESS-UP TIME Hlilifm 111 BS3HL . Ill Ii3-I sflllKP MmM fiEkdm mmWm IHfB& IBf I IS "Doll-Up" in dne of the new Fall Collegian Suits, guaranteed all wool. Priced reasonable $25 $30 $35 New Fall Hats In the small shapes 'and leading colors $2.50 tb $6.50 New Neckwear for Men Grenadine Knits and the new Radio Ties; also narrow Ties 50c to $1.50. OHNS The Store for the Entire Family HAVT1, MISSOURI Trying to Fool the People With a Jesse James Tariff Law. (Continued From Page 1) X A CAR LOAD OF THE FAMOUS Just Received tfftu i i TJ sffS?- laUkKM JWtfl I .. T.C f-$i i m i 7'jji I AY Jf i. f QP County Court Clerk Frank Baird, was over Wednesday from Caruthers ville, renghiding the voters that he would appreciate their votes for reelection. Solid gold bracelet watches .is low as $22.00, at Turnbaugh's Je el Store-, Caruthersville. 4G-47 Shelley I. Stiles of Caruthersville, Democratic candidate for Prosecuting Attorney, a...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 22 September 1922

"V..; 0W v""1""' iiiWWpy;M'Wwp i rHi1W mmn " t"mfm- m M I mM.I-tf - mf I HI !) MJIUWJ ! IWfWlp THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI t I i t h'fc hit 15 ll it; i k ?3 ' !' ? iff ?4 , 3 m Is m a lis -7t" y 0 ft ST I w si Btii 18 Royal Tailored Clothes Truly a man looks his best when clad in a ROYAL TAILORED SUIT. Fit and Satisfaction are guaranteed. The ROYAL line of samples and otylc3 offer a wide range of patterns and colors to choose from, and shows several styles for men in every walk of life. Prices are very reasonable, ranging from $55 Down to $25 for Suit or Overcoat. Ladies Suits tailored to measure, too. Hayti Buckleys' Store MILLIONS WASTED WITH NO RETURN M issouri WlgrBoritTSro GetTh&tKoTSeitared Lools? ("This store is ifie authorized resident deafer for The RoYAt.TAiLons Crricavn'JJewYnrfi. J RovafTatlortd-tO'M'aaure Suks and Overcoats ftilW Congolcum ana linoleum vc put It down for you. Lefler Hard ware Co., Hayti. tf Mrs. Will Outes, who for some time lias been very ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 22 September 1922

THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI . JrJ ml - MrBusu Man says- ! rafamtoanyDne' ( MANY telephone users do not know: that they may talk . over long distance at least cost by placing "station-to-station" calls. Mr. Business Man, for instance, says to "long distance": "I'll talk to anyone at Main 1234 in Kansas City." He saves money by so doing because it is easier, quicker and cheaper for the telephone company to make connec tions between telephones than to call persons. When circumstances-permit use "station-to station" service. The cost of a midnight "station-to-station" call from St. Louis to Hayti, for instance, is only 30c. Southwestern Bell CAIiTelepmone Company jO NO DISTANCE CALLS ARE NOT E X P E N S I V B FOR SALE. I The G. M. Hayes homestead, at Hayti, Mo. ?2500 cash. See R. N. Brasher, Hayti, Mo. 37-tf Andrew Dorris Jr., after spending a week, visiting friends and relatives here, left Tuesday night for Dristov, Oklahoma, where In iy cnnloyed with an oil compan. :.! a lucr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 22 September 1922

ff5'-fj3t,k4' iT W? " " ,prt - N ; fpiii niuiwmwifiijw'i'i tmmm0m sT7?T: H JL' 'J ! f ' j ,' f "' W31 flwy. 1 is i ft 114 f" 1 l&I If -ft 1$ Gl l fS' 1 m m m m km ! Vf. i m tS. j i 5a At m ' B'S3 38 raw OTA i r-'n m m m f? IK i 1 SJ'' 13 itgi i K9i 1 iff ft M i rf'-A ' i THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI TWO BIG ECONOMY DAYS Saturday, September 23rd and Mon day, September 25th. ECONOMY IS THE WORD Saturday, September 23rd and Mon- TWO BIG ECONOMY DAYS day, September 25th. .' Economy has been preached by our great national figures through all our history and Nature preaches it every second during the 24 hours of the day. Economy is the ladder by which to attain the heights of success. Nearly every Mother, Father, Brother, Sister and Sweetheart is practicing this Golden Rule, as it caVries everyone to the point he desires to reach Financial Independence. J Look, Read and Take Notice In the blossom, of the season we are offering our ENTIRE STOCK at ten (10) per cent discount. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 22 September 1922

- rwjpfigsg ' t'- dWscV ''WWl'flWW 1 ' ' -M a ' ' ?r i j-sr.i M THE MISSOURI HERALD;' HAYTI, MISSOURI -.tt o o THE GOLDEN TOMB. O O Jackson, California, a mining town in the Mother Lode country, has paid the toll demanded oi' those who delve in the earth for gold, and today stands calm but dry-eyed in her bewilderment at the cost. Forty-seven of her men died in the Argonaut mine early on the morning of August 2S, it was learned Tuesday, September 19, when their bodies were brought up from the rock tunnel, walled in with filmy bulk heads of their own building, that had been their tomb for three weeks. It was California's worst mine disaster, in one of Cali fornia's greatest gold producers, and it was the hardest blow in mining the Golden State has ever had to suffer. Three weeks ago last Sunday night men deep in the Ar gonaut believed they smelled smoke. A shift boss took two men and went to investigate. They found the shaft afire at the 3600-foot level, chanced death from gas, and w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 22 September 1922

I&w waasawfa TtanixXsmneatMm THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI t H 3 a 53 M !l m erald . THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPHAII, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Unlrrrcl n ncruiiil-cliitm matter Oetolier ISO, 1110", nt the iioMiilllce nt Hnjtl. MlNMiurlt uniliT the net if Alnrch I!. lh.ll. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county 1.50 One year, in county $1.00 I)IniIii)i column Inch .Iff Menders, per Inch .-." LaieaK. iit line .(!.' Locals. Iilnrk fticc, per line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 PLATFORM. 'Pie iilunitiS of this ncwKpapcr me iHiliealeil to the in Inciplc s d the. Dcmooi iitle part) as enunciated by Thomas .lutfeibon ami Amliew lackson, Iiractlc-il by tirovor Cleveland anil Immoi iall.el by Wuoiiimv Wilson ' I'oinnioml ami aHlrin the Nulloii.il ami Slate il itl'ornia of 1'iJM a-iil reseetfull asset t to tin- electorate lli.it It Is e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 29 September 1922

r- tW .'T fi - . -f.U'1,5fj- 7" tMPW'f.f ip,'i - JJlUOBBlto JTVAH .CMAa&H JflUOeat" .tfU' 1 r. -.- wgeo et1 o s 3Slf, You Don't Get The Mlssptirl Herald, You Don't i ine iNews. $i.uu a Year. V -i. fl 111 111 Hftfl 7f- -- '. i RMfl! tf.":s r ? vs.4" .:i.' rf'.,..i: I HIGH - , ..... . . . , .Bij-i . . ..mJi Bf.a ",TrvsPu,pAYiMffiiM r in iwiHaar MiMllitoBHiHMI AJ-J""f '"- "" ---'- - - LL , "-" ' -" Js-a-.a rr--'LEJyiTiMr77 Kbm.AJm" " ""J . if "', " ." .'" '.L'"' 7 TTTT H HIKH9E9BE9! bar mf iie.ikhii r mm n i in v. -vj im vv i r& mim njn ! wtm t t mm m tim'mfim ijm .:d-. - i -3 MMfflraro"--ffy"iFnjM V Ml .! f ?5v :,? (?$ an SCHOOL NEWS 'WiWw z r fctVf B ' ' f ' ' ''"" i'o vot, -.;"r fV T .! r.tria ... , . . J 'ft meeting of the faculty lust evening It was ildcltleu by Fty vote to vacate school Oct. iSifartd 13 for the nurnoae of attend- lri?!'lfle Southeast Missouri State LtcuErH iBsuuuuiuii at (jape uir- , As tne uarutnerBviile .fair dwliSgtheiant'eMveek' It' Will Bhe pupils op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 29 September 1922

! SI 5 M Jf a 3 isa a 11 hi ? PI lK$ IWA i I;-: $E W M i&3? Lik' "' V- XJ T"ifflrei'KVt'1M4rr I ) i iwPH'ftn jw fcwrHMwBwwwwwiifmt'jWfciri i- THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTL MISSOURI f SSWV ! Mllil r Less than two 'weeks ago we warned our customers of a cold snap, and that an early winter was near at - hand. Were our warning for naught? We are not J prophets, but nevertheless the cool spell is with us; and it pinches, too. Some were prepared, some were not. Were you. We suggest that now, right now, is the f time to come in and pick out that needed stove. Project 173A, Pemiscot County. MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY COM-MISSION NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS . o COLONIAL HOT BLAST In full nickel; double hot blast. The Colonial represents the very latest type of hot blast construction. It embodies many exclusive features which result in full economy, dura bility, and is a real parlor ornament. Large feed door 9 in front MAJESTIC RANGES There is no better range made thr.n the famous Majestic, at $115.00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 29 September 1922

""w'px.w R? ,T3--r-fvijfii!p!!!!!f! N,, v iff" r f v I Ea THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI . - ; VrtM&i -fjsr.i vt-, jd5Mii3 $SS J W.-'J& Aeg MVk; Missouri's Biggest County Fair CARUTHERSVILLE October I lth to 14th yi ' I Great Agricultural Show, exhibiting the various products of the most resourceful county in the Mississippi Valley. Speciar features , every day in the Big Agricultural Building. ' Exclusive Running Race Bill 5 Races Each Afternoon British-American Auto Polo Teams -in 2rexhibition games daily. The original world's famous Polo teams. Newton's Pyrotechnic Fireworks Every Evening at 8:30 Under personal direction of Truman Frazer PHIL BAXTER'S FORT WORTH ORCHESTRA, at the Dance Pavil lion every night. Don't overlook these boys; the biffgest card on grounds. This is the year Caruthersviile is going to put it over; she's coming back to the good old pre-war days when she proudly boasted, and was acclaimed everywhere as the "TOWN THAT NEVER SLEEPS." Overland Aut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 29 September 1922

PHJ!TrT- vrt'.jjK!!!P t It i 1 24 3 J I ''it ; t it : If i M r. 5 53 H1 J"5 ra 6-OJ -, w l& ia IPS if- Istf ! aw 1 I 9, r t'i i j i H i It 1 k-V llliIHll.ll a'vr" ,S&SSJtWP h.b n ,,. ... iHi1" !((''" ' ' TJ'-4 f "V " rri'H ( 'f j.."1' riirj f n -Vi'S ,rW,iV!V"TT THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI Ml Spot Cash is much better than S waiting for a , f check. Z Bring us your POULTRY EGGS BUTTER HIDES ETC. The money is waiting for YOU F.JE. Troutt Hayti, Mo. STILL OWNER FINED $500 AND SENTENCED TO JAIL Steele, Mo., Sept. 25. S. I. Woods who wns arrested here several days ago for having a 'moonshine" still in his possession, was given a pre liminary trinl today before Justine of the Peace Watklns and fined $500 and given six months In jail. Woods was In the act of moving the still from a Held near town when the still, of about ninety-gallon capacity, was found in the car by Deputy Sheriff Wilson. J. W. Foster, who was with Woods at the time, and the owner of the car were release...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 29 September 1922

r . M a tt THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI Tucky llSTRIKEJI CIGARETTE ITJS TOASTED It's toasted. This one extra process gives a delightful quality that can not be duplicated E $4000 WORTH OF DIAMONDS STOLEN Cape Girardeau, Mo. Sept. 23. Diamonds valued at $1000 were stolen by n robber who held up the jewelry store of George C. Hnsslln ger shortly before closing time last night. Does your old stove need some new parts? We can get them. LEFLER HARDWARE CO, Hayti, Mo State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he la senior partner of the Arm of F. X Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay the sum of ONF. HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH .MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before mo and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 18S6. A. W. OLEASON. (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medici...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 29 September 1922

PV7V f ij i' t v,iM'"'"' 1'1 '"VJ i.U.-a :K t t u . i p- te,'Y -t'TT "4" ' -tV" rKVrt oTr" , , . .,t ,. mj-m-c -a.U'.j -i ,.,..M..r.,..Mt-,nirr,l.:.,v-3ww, ' '" rJ ;,;,--., TZ - r ,-wi;'i" r? THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI . ! i VI I l?1 i.( A' xt 5 fi1 fcj I t2 a y? m 4 M m M m Ht I' $8 ! m , ft i . i 3 ? 8. i m IV Ir l rj wKrr jsNtsiBOBHi 'rHni V ly i . -I J! I V L I REALLY BEUEVE VOU'RE THETIRT1E5f BOV IN TOWN ! ! j XSBSfft nsn WELLi- THI AtklT suchabis-towmJi "HC i aB ; I it? law WANTED "Want four live salesmen for sel' ing elentricnl nppliances. Call Mon day afternoon at I. Kohn Hdwe. Store. Democrat-Argus: Miss Cecil Proc tor of Hayti is now connected with the Bell Telephone Company here as long distance operator. She be Ban her. duties with the company yesterday. CARRIES MUSIC MANY MILES Sylvan flour is guaranteed above all others, Buckleys' Store. Some persons do not quit talking for fear they have not said enough, while others just love to talk. i$m j J j j j j j j j ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 29 September 1922

p -, r r , 1 F iWWffl0 mte&& I m THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI SENATE'S FIREBRAND, TOM WATSON, IS DEAD His Career Marked and Intolerance. by 'Brilliance j Washington, Sept. 26. Tho' death here today of Senator Thomas 13. Watson, tho "firebrand of the Son nte," and political dictator ot Georgia, promises a revolution In politics In that State, ns viewed by Georgians at the capltol. Senator Watson died at his su burban home, Cheny Chase, at 3 o'clock this morning, following an intermittent illness from asthma that had kept him at home the greater part of the last three week3 and from which ho had suffered for 15 years. His death, however, came unexpectedly. He was 6G years ot age. Senator Watson's body will bo taken to his home at Thomson, Ga., for funeral nnd interment, leaving Washington at 3:15 o'clock tomor row afternoon. The death of Senator Watson marks the passing of a brilliant pamphleteer, a historian of merit, an orator possessing the ability to larrup a polit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 29 September 1922

ffBT-" 3fcJ jvf ,-vo .n -.., . ' WWWWWWWiiWU wnmiiinriwntrtfimvrirfvwtliBrimiHrtiW f V.w - l-fctBWBiar41-WM 3Z2D 3R- 3mm ItJtZSuwdi -u&; WlMBfUW MAm a- ri4lWWf .'w .vMti('"tti.-H xjvrw .'v .. .. (f.-Mm'nit-; ' ' "r r .'. Ai' ,u -.'.. .hi v-,&i: THE -MISSOURI-HERALD, HAYTIrMIBSOUHl ill u .1....M.M4I ,.. , ., .4Wi -. .'.M niM'.,4 ..t--..tMi-t., yttnvt'.1wn'x-ii.i:Hiinmtii'AiirHif,H9tmiutl'nM4li& - --------- it s 1 I 13 t The lUfflff LjaiBaiMi erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers m7 0. POPHAM, Sole OwneTr and Business Manager C. S. YOBK, Editor --jf f , Published Weekly, on Fridays, ajj Corriextttfi&.Blondways. ,L l?ilffrril n-' Kfif mn!-olnN mittfr Orltthrr !UL lflflti. ntf til iiiimI nfltrf rif llnvff. MlkMourl. uikIit I lie net of March It. ISTjB. t? - i v t -; . . .i. ,. . , nt , i, BUDscnpijpn ttaies: u.One. Year, outside county' $1.50 One year, in county S0.1vd6' .JlRpIar. column Inch .in !i JLornlai irr line .05 Hriiilrrx. prr Inch ... I.iiciiIn, black face,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 6 October 1922

V filjWt ffJpfSvSYrr '.fife !'" te If You Don't act The Missouri Herald, You Don't Get the NewB. $1.00 a Year The j liMii ,. ' '" lJT . - -, - JVullHlferaid BBHBBBBWBaBSjBBWHBBBBBHBBBBBiMSMBMM 'J iKI '.35 v r &J fA v.- - , u "Of the People, By th $ People, For the People." First, Lost, All the Time. i m 'ifnfTi' -V H & ,V.i Itf VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1922 NO. 48 - i at m lOs PEMISCOT FARM BUREAU NEWS Mutual Insurance is Reliable. The New Madrid County Farmer' Mutual Fire Insurance Company, which ia doing business in New Madrid and Pemiscot counties, 'has proven itself to be a cheap and relia ble insurance. Dr. H. T. Byars of Caruthersville insured a barn in this company, paying a premium of 50 cents per hundred, and unfortunately this barn was lost by fire on the night of September 10. Under date of Sep tember 27 the Farm Bureau deliver: ed to him a check which was for payment in full of the amount of insurance that he had. This demonstrates the fact tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 6 October 1922

rt. "TWf fHt Vl.tW u .j, fmmmmwfiffrmmtmmr r Vffffisyg mmmtitBmwtgmiW, ,v- THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI K I I? 19 & I . it 1 w j P If. I'M 8 i , , I Biggest Premium Yet VQMfe J SM ITH & SCOTT I feSB iMF . M. "- - "J- ZT . T ? kj : 1 . i L MANUFACTURED BY SMITH ft SCOTT TOBACCO CO. 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 ESP isUGARf If !.' I BUP . . &J i&.'ff rLouifj HUiNDREDS OF C: PREMIUMS ' For Men, WgB iren Write today for complete c VjV U!lUl June 30 1923 Smith & Scoil Tobac&lfe., inc., Padncah, Ky. oaefte3809o9caoaos I FOR QUALITY MONUMENTS, SEE MALDEN MARBLE WORKS Maiden, Mo. E. D. JOHNSON, Prop. Phone or Write Him Work Erected Any PInce. Designs Cheerfully Furn ished to Those Interested. ' tin AsAK PEARL POOL HALL I nave moved my cold drink outfit to the Pearl Building, and recently installed a NEW and comple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 6 October 1922

s c2f j "'tiawrw." ' yxffiiyr'&Tw? Jiw - a' a1"i C T. s-T. . A fi L. 'iMUJH THE MIS30URI-HBRALD, HAYTT, MISSOURI - -.(. WJH ike -iwi!Mr s h say Jriui dHfcjN 3a2BMk l&f&MSSPsHlKS aragaiwfie,M "- - CopvM.t 1922 ITsrt rchaffn - &. Mar-c i "It Happens Every Day" Not a day goes by but you hear some one, somewhere, say a good word for the new Fall Models made by Hart Schaffner & Marx They're finely styled and finely that's the reason for such success, too, cgre low for such clothes. made; Prices $35 $40 : Our Other Good Quality Suits $20 $22.50 $25 $27.50 $30 Musgrave & Mason Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes CARUTHERSVILLE, MO. Headquarters for phonographs and records, needles, etc., at Turn baugh's Jewelry Store Caruthers-vllle. C. P. Reynolds of Caruthersvllle changed cars here Wednesday after noon for points south. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney & Co., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 6 October 1922

w: . M J iJ "" j iv THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI LOUIS HENLEY'S BARGAIN SALE SKIRTS In Full Swing LADIES COATS DRESSES SWEATERS $ GINGHAM PERCALE 1 ALL KINDS OF DRY J GOODS AND READY- TO-WEAR. PRICES LOWER THAN $ EVER. X i! r t t Never before have such Bargains been Displayed before -the buying public as we are offering at this Big Sale. We urge the public to come early and make selections from our present stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND SHOES too many items to mention and picture to you. Come, let us show you. Our prices are lower than all others. CLOTHING MEN'S' AND BOYS' FINE s ' The EAGLE Store The Store where your Dollars have More Cents LOUIS HENLEY Caruthersville, Missouri SUITS. PANTS UNDERWEAR GABARDINES OIL" CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES AT. UNBELIEVABLE PRICES. TO THE PUBLIC Those desiring the use of a mad stone, in case of dog bite, can be served in Huyti. Cull on O. L. Powell, Hayti, Mo. 2t-pd Walter Michle, merchant of Mi cola, spent a short while in Hayti Tuesday ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 6 October 1922

if f -a f - " " t Trj$"t" " f iWfy. T" i'P ri"ng-57i - f f ' -trf 'f v "9' rl ' J Uf rtnT ' ' i ty. vfc " v y- '" i ' rr v - rV li'r TflE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I t a Dress-Up 99 for the Fair at KOHN'S with Standard Merchandise For Men: ,i "Collegian" Clothes,, John B. Stetson Hats, Florsheim and Walk-Over Shoes, Arrow Brand Shirts and Van Heusen Collars. For Women: Suits, Coats and Dresses direct from the New York makers; Walk-Over and Queen Quality Shoes, "Prin cely" Knit Sweaters, Everwear Hosiery. In fad: we can "doll up" the entire family from the feet on up with standard merchandise for a "little bit less". "wmsn, i1tr XitT'y. f, xgkJZt NvvMl "fir BURNED UNDER AUTO. Reeds Springs, Mo. Itosd Lay ton, formerly of this town but now of Day, Mo, a small town near here, was burned to death Tuesday night of last week while repairing his truck. Ho wob under the machine when the accident happened, and struck a match. In an Istant the whole thing was ablaze. Before his two com...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 6 October 1922

fVjtv jsv ' rj . wiamf "" " ' "Tm-imTi-Tnif THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I il i I U , is ! 4 J 0 fj 1. a ' i I& l& iot lEy IWH i:y ft; ,if w tti : 1 1 T i r t ill 4 .! m ft .,, . POLITICAI ANNOUNCEMENTS Democratic) Ticket For Circuit Judge HENRY G. RILEY FOR Prosecuting Attorney SHELLEY I. STILES For Circuit Clerk ERNEST A. LONG For County Clerk FRANK BAIRD For Representative HANS E. DOERNER For Collector of the Revenue A. PARKER KERSEY m For Judge of Probate Court D. B. SANDERS For Recorder of Deeds JOHN W. GREEN For Presiding Judge County Court S. E. (Ed) JUDEN For County Judge 1st District F. M. PERKINS For Justle of the Peace Haytl Town ship B. F. ALLEN F. M. GWIN For Constable, Haytl twp. S. P. (Sid) OATES Republican Ticket For Collector of the Revenuo T. R. COLE LYCEUM COURSE. Last year through the efforts of the Civic League Haytl had a Ly ceum Course which was ho well liked that the League contractd for another course of flvo numbers for this year. This year ...

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