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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 6 October 1922

, THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI sVi M "(, rt, .if'v:s c - y 4wijij . ' rW aw "Ht.tiHVJ . P5BV rn'V' " II PIM jBIUo2HHHI HKop Missouri's Biggest County Fair CARUTHERSV1LLE October 11th to 14th 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 2 exhibition 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 Caruthersville 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 Automobile given away on Saturday at 5 o'...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 6 October 1922

" "- ' 7 V - i aMMMMlMMMIHM? H3l 'iryffli:' nXMMIR9HC ii THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI IS l; IP B h it'. ii IT ? "., 5 IS & ll i ft i-s '; v ft rs 2i i.yj' TheJHPR I Ml 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 eroiid-clnN mntter October HO, 1008, nt the potofllce at Ilnytl. MUkourl, nndrr tlie net of Mnrch .1, 1870. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 DUplnri column Inch .IS Itrndrm, per Inch . .25 Lorain, per line .OS I.ochIn, blnck face, per line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Xesidence Phone 1 47 PLATFORM. Tho columns of thlH newspaper are dedicated to the principles of the Democratic party an enunciated by Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, practiced by Grover Cleveland and Immortalized by Woodrow Wilson. We commend and alllrm the National and State platforms of 1920 and resp...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 13 October 1922

pa f Qtif?!Hfrr vnt-xvrt -; j w. ,...-, r.k-kl , , " i i hs 11 You 'Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't Oct the News, f 1.00 a Year The Mraam erald "Of the People, By the People, For tho People." First, Last, All tho Time. VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1922 NO. 49 PEMISCOT FARM BUREAU NEWS The sweet potato storage house no Caruthersvlllc will be, opened Monday, October 16. We want the fanners to bring In their potnotes so that, one of the rooms can be fired iyid the curing process started with in ten days from that date. Tha house will be run on very much the same plan that tt was fun lust year. The storage charges will be 20 cents per bushel, and the po tatoes will be stored for the season in case the farmer wants tb leave them there that long. There will be a few changes for the accommo dation of the farmers. One is that every farmer will be permitted to weigh his potatoes into the house and will pay stoiyge on 55 pounds instead of on the box as he did last yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 13 October 1922

TS'rW' BMwfiMI aiMMMMMKMM ujanaygjiiiau SaaKmntiHae wmuujaamm mui ZT.jjJ.inii"iMrmiiwri-iTnr nr1" "' THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI i I'i V.i in i1 I ?'. ft .. fcV m m 11 ft di 3 . I3J. ft 1! fct F ft ! U: l mr i St 41 l it u it && m ft Efi w ' St" tr . aiijmm.n.uggSSHU.ui'1 ' ' "mmi gwrrVgli NOW TUB GREATEST AUTOMOBILE VALUE IN AMERICA TOURING UOADSTER COUTB SEDAN Lo.b. Toledo YOU ride in the Overland, not on itat twenty-five miles per gallon or more. A fine, well-built family friend. It is an achievement in comfort. I Ira &$, Hsa2 WOT -t'""" j.,.-. ' ,,!jnJ: 2S miles to the nallom all-steel body;' baked enamel finish; 130-inch string bos D. & D. GARAGE, Hayti h. aa- ojxt.tx: HTZriBl'lSJ. A Si Jv 1 -grT -rr I i A IgAg. ...jj'.. --- .1. i n lYims """" SSgigiS5gL- s rfmto&fprss 'm ri.- Yf IMtfjjvTTL' i-T3?7JWn!MWV'&yseaBr- V &tt'-'J?m-armiiS l ! iMi I x?J LMil- K ItKI dill Si THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPHAM, Sole Owner and Business Mana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 13 October 1922

1 -ft - l t ? M r- j.1 j. f vy j, . c n'wr p ; r " gf ctsv - THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI "im 2&M sm TheYear'Round Oil Range "FarmCity use eg iievoiwionizing ynvennon Cooks witK the speed and satisfaction of a gas stove Come in and sec a demonstration of this remarkable oil range with the newly-invented SUPERFEX Burners that are attracting attention everywhere. It combines the speed and satisfaction of a gas stove with the well known economy of cooking with kerosene oil. PERFECTION OManSe with SUPERFEX Burners HIGHFILL-NEIFIND FURN. CO. Caruthersville, Mo. NEW POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge HENRY Ct 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 For Judge of Probate Court 13. B. SANDERS For Recorder of Deeds JOHN W. GREEN For Presiding Judge County Court S. E. (Ed) JUDEN FROST IN NORTHWEST MISSOURI ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 13 October 1922

EfiUttJUNiMlfittiMlMMMHMMMMaX PaCOTJ '"Jfl iifKTivi.i'waaii r-wt,,- Fi-" -v-.-'rT -i- iRff'" - "aenjv '"i 't"'"-."!- ' ,owii;w",''c;"'',''l-,-'t,jf,'wi fviw?'??-''' . t i i ) THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI i I h M r b I If U fj A I?. r l.w f COLE'S Hot Blast STOVES x- : We are closing out what stock we now have on hand, and offer them at the following low prices: 15-inch size 16-inch size 18-inch size $22.50 $23.50 $27.50 4 They Burn 13 Less Fuel Caruthersville Hardware Caruthersville Company Mi issoun 1922 BLANKET BALLOT. It will bo necessary for voters this fall to famllinrize themselves with the now ballot which will be presented at thid election. All of the tickets will bo on ono blanket ballot) the Democratic ticket being in one column and tho 'Republican In another column. At the head of each ticket there will appear a clr-i cle. In addition to the circle at tho head of the Democratic ticket and at the head of the Republican ticket, ' there will be a siunrc opposite the ...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 20 October 1922

me -IWSffl ;1 w s v BJ ftS v m ' S3jffii3fcx;iSir wL' jMBm?9B!3&F& It You Don't Get The I B. M B6SHmSIP1 Missouri Herald, You Don't H H r I H lBBBMMWW8WBWHMpMHy ! Get the News. $1.00 a Year 'I I I W H I Hi3KHiMfKw9SB I I -j- ' erald v. " Lv JJL "tt -. J "nf (hn Pflnnln. Tl .- .7 . -...,., ., eoplo, For tho People First, Last, All the Time. U VTflt-lTwl V. M . . w -! 1 1'eonie. jrnr tun vtviniit" r? Si J.. few MM VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1922 NO. 50 Pres. Harding's Letter an Apology for a Do-Nothing Congress -000- WASHINGTON, October 16. The letter of President Harding to Representative Mondell, praising the work of Con gress, which was made public yesterday, was declared by Chairman Hull of the Democratic National Committee in a statement tonight to be "in effect a plea for the re-election of his Republican do-nothing Congress." "With the exception of the Republican members defeat ed in the primaries," Hull said, "practically the entire mem bership of thi...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 20 October 1922

tlUMWIW'fcWMllliWllillllWrtWWW!llUJU.W " " '""' 'I 1; . I Jit f t-i-lAtl THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ; i'i 1 1 li M b vf U l fi si r l'; la' i ii p sH ;? k i 11 i J 1 "I" I 13 5f ( - i i rr - ? m VVF I 1 t I fa ! Striking New Red Cross Poster r Riveting the attention of the beholder on the fact that the Ameri can Red Cross is chaitered by Congress as an official volunteer relief organization the dome of tho Capitol at Washington, upon which is super imposed a large Red Cros,s, is the central figure of a new poster for the Annual Red Cross Roll Call. The poster, which has been pronounced one of the most striking of innumerable representations of the famous dome, is the work of Franklin Booth, a New York artist of wide renown. It will be displayed throughout the country during the Roll Call period, Armistice Day to Thanksgiving, when the Red Cros membership for 1923 will be enrolled. Ed Derry of Caruthersville was In Hayti Thursday In the Interest of his automobile business. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 20 October 1922

ai v, T,, y !. THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI mmrmmmWB , .. . ,. v , .r v"'ysw9t; zjjmm Si ."l 141 KMH I mm s hi Was i 8 m g mr"WJF NOW $595 DELIVERED AMERICA'S GREATEST AUTOMOBILE VALUE You get most VALUE COMFORT MILES SATISFACTION PERSONALITY WHEN YOU BUY AN "OVERLAND FOUR" TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES AND REAL SERVICE D. R. DORTCH W. J. DORRIS D. & D. GARAGE HAYTI MISSOURI TEXAS CHILDREN PLAY FOR HEALTH Here Is how tlie Red Cross in Fort Worth, Texas, helped to keep tho children of that town well duriiig the summer. The Red Cross public health nurse tut on a campaign of games, health stories and regu lar physical examina tions during thu sum mer which has resulted splendidly for the chil dren and has seat them hack to school this full in Hue condition to keep up In their classes and resist the usual winter ailments of school children. The lop left-hand pictuic shows the Clock CJume. The top right-hand picture shows the nurse. Miss. Edna L. Hammer, R. N., and one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 20 October 1922

-ft1 ras laWBMWIHJIi.JWliWI'Vtlft J- " THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI .i t V i 4- ?' M I. 5- Ife las. N-l?i' M !. 9H 8 K': tij rss:- l?'Tjt o If) If-! y ii SENATOR CARAWAY of Arkansas t f - will address the voters of Pemiscot County in the Liberty 1 heatre m Caruthersville? Mo. SATURDAY October 21st, at 1:30 P. M. WILL SPEAK AT HAYTI Saturday Night, Oct. 21, at 7:30 SPEAKING WILL BE IN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM m Come and Hear This Distinguished Democra tic Orator The fountain of youth may not be long from discovery in Pemiscot county, for we now have here truly a fairyland where spring flowers bloom amid the ripening fruits of fall. On the 19th day of this month William Welker, one of the Frisco engineers, brought down from the Frank Klingensmith orchard north of Hayti and presented to this office a bunch of apple twigs 'in perfect bloom. Not only that, the same trees, he said, bore green apples and ripe apples. Here, in Pemiscot coun ty, we have, past the middle of Oc tober, ap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 20 October 1922

r- W.t,,ft .-SVV'f.- "' 'Pf I lri . "$3 I & THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday school, O. I). Davis, Su perintendent, meets at 10 a. in., sharp. New classes are being form ed from time to time and the school is Browing. Mr. Davis is ably as sisted by a good corps of teachers and officers. Sunday Mr. Culbertson will speak on the topic "Grow." This will be a vital subject and worth your while to hear. The Epworth League will hold devotions at C:45 p. m. Miss Mnda line Buckley will be the leader and the topic is "The House of God and Soul Restoring Worship." In the evening Rev. A. B. Culbert son will givo his lecture on Henry Drumniond. This will be especially for the Epworth Leaguers and young people of our community. All arc invited to be present and hear what God can do for men In these modern times. Bring your friend with you and worship together. 3nb 9 rtl( THE UKlYWfrAL CA Another '- c Found Two miles from Hayti, on Kenuett road, one auto tiro with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 20 October 1922

rjf jv rs "' . viftP! .1 -.- ' ' h-gi 4- T "T f V ''H f J""' " "l " l ' ' ""i.tl u f Jr -lf"t ' ,," " f , " -- I ( THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI D y i i nss te in ! i; IV I M IS3 Si Vj A I M I') f mi if i u u A t r i a. . &1 Democratic SPEAKING The County Candidates and at least one other good speaker will address the voters on the dates and places herein set out. All appoint ments at 7:30 p. m. Monday, Oct. 23, - Oak Ridge Tuesday, Oct. 24, - - Denton Wednesday, Oct. 25, - Deering Thursday, Oct. 26, - Micola Friday, Oct. 27, - Dry Bayou Saturday, Oct. 28, - Hayward RED GROSS JOINS IN MOSQUITO Two Texas Communities Are Rid of Malaria After Year's Work. Ml Come out and meet the Candidates and hear the issues discussed. E. Stout snag proof boots, Buckleys'. They are the best. at Congoleum and put it down for you. ware 'Co., Hayti. linoleum we Letter Hard- tf c Btato of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas County, as. tanlc J. Clienoy makes oath that h 1s senior partner of tho firm o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 20 October 1922

MtsW JW si . --. itWuhwM 4. - i " BSHS28K t v.v- i&j:,wsj M'i"-fwa-. .!" THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI v iK?i ..KV2i WL i w- Trjj 32 I iiW El si i.v "rift irir 3&s 3s II $1 ir K' a K Gil 1 M Necessity Is the Mother of Invention It is a Necessity for the Average Man to Appear Well Dressed. The makers of Clothcraf t Suits recognized this as a necessity met it and as a result operate the largest single Clothing plant in the world. This should mean something to you. Moderate in Prices $25 to $35 Philip Hamra's Caruthersville New Store Mi issouri LAST NIGHT'S FIZZLE. Congressman Ed. Hays, T. R. Cole and H. J. Reinhard spooched to their heart's content at the High School auditorium last night, not seeming ly the least embarrassed at a house of empty seats. We wasn't present, hence forewent the pleasure of hearing this bunch of muttonheads expose their lack of intellect. We intended to be present, but our lino type having broken down yesterday (Friday), and not getting it re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 20 October 1922

!& .1- Bi itW HikAiiiH.lto'- Km imH'. ijfci' ,.mt (l ' " "' 1 -'vjt; h Wi W .liK .l.l.. !' - Jtfi Mjk. , , J't4. ' f '- ,M ' " V U T J " " V1 Vifi- .MMi'W Jh. 'A-A. -i K, . THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I" I' ig vr 13 IV I p Iff & t. i I.K $ Ml " I rWSgJL-Oy f f irfl I The WIMP II 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 a ftccnnd-cla ninHrr October :iO. 1IMS, nt the ponlolllce nt Hnytl, MIsKoarl. under tlie net of March : 18711. ' Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Dlnplnr. column Inch .15 ItrnilrrN. per Inch .ITi Loenlfi, per line .05 I.iii'iiIn, lilnrk fncc. ner line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 PLATFORM. 'flu columns of this newspaper aie iletlle.Uitl U the li Inclplus of the Democratic party .ih enuneiiiteil hy Thomas .lelVoison anil A ml row J.ieks-o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 27 October 1922

1 li vs. If 1 5)4 f I m r i wmmmm'' , ... iinnf9w fK -4 . .. m'u .WJ5H " tf If You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't Oct the News. $1.00 a Year - 7ST5 L !M t MmtfnT " mmi The :KnHHFH " - ' -i h tsfcJWsls'MwHiisilsEJftKsti : . ' t: ' erald &.. . . .jiissva 1 tiJ t" VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY OCTOBER 27, 1922 I "Of the PeoDle! By tha ,. && People, For tho .People." ft First, Last, All the Time. wFM I 5 - ;i , r n NO. 51 Tt r" Try to Congress SHALL .MAKE NO LAWS respecting an establishment of religion, -or prohibiting the exercise thereof; or ABRIDGING THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH OR OF THE PRESS; or the right of the people peacably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a re dress of grievances. Article I of the Amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America. Observant and retentative read ers of the county papers will recall that a few weeks ago the Caruth ersville Republican published an editorial tantamount to a threat that the Democratic p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 27 October 1922

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 27 October 1922

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 27 October 1922

.V V v - . " ' "W ,i JHiC y ''WT1" m iii in i iwiii 1 1 i,i At V STj S " 1 -V v'!rry :: V -. ,1.'.,- 41 "-V Jl I! :! I lj r l if i 1 1 THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI TheMHllFH - LJMMI 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 na nccoml-clnim ranttcr Orlnlirr .10, 11)08, nt the ptifttofllcc nt Hnyll. , HUourI, under tlic net of Mnrch .1, 1870. Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 v One year, in county' $1.00 DUplnr, column Inch .IB Lorain, per Hue . - .OS Homier, per Inch .2S I.omlN, Murk fiicc. per line .10 Office Phone u 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Eesidence Phone 47 PLATFORM. Tlio columns of thin newspaper nre riudlcatud to the principles of tlio Democratic party as enunciated by ThomaH .lelTorson anil Andrew Jncknon, practiced by Grover Cleveland and Immortalized by Woodrow Wilson. "VVe commend and alllrm tlio Natlonnl and S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 27 October 1922

njjn-pr "-' -""" -"' -.- a-- TOT?7W . f" ' '" ..iw'i M - ""yM6KSIflir ' mttn .rnnsTYnY rtnn T lr tr A trm lirnnAimt i , v Jt?I i ixici ih.ioouu.ki ncittAuu, nam, missuuni . " W3F& ... . ... . ' . : - . - . . . . -: . i pKj"i i.r.. m$ Prepare for m Winter Motoring! No need nowadays to put up your car for the winter. You can enjoy motoring in the cold est weather just as much as in the summer time if you're prepared. Call today and look over these cold weather motoring necessi-. ties RADIATOR AND HOOD COVERS ANTI-FREEZE SOLUTION WEED CHAINS Mobile Oil Resists Low Temperatures TIRES, TUBES AND ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRING W. J. DORRIS D. & D. GARAGE HAYTI MISSOURI I Corn and Hay Wanted ! Loaded on Cars 1 Will pay highest market cash price for Snapped Corn and Alfalfa Hay loaded on cars anywhere. See or write : S. C. POPHAM, Hayti, Mo. 1 v Look! Listen! Take notice! Household recipe for chronic The Baptist Ladies Aid will have a constipation, as desert on the table, fish-fry on ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 27 October 1922

Tl" rv i to t i V f " T T- y I? $ & & - I lit! I A i Is m 1 H jx- - Wvjy, yl, Jrwf.-v W'lf, v , THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTi; MISSOURI , ,r -, r jywr- ,, 'Tr"1" rXXii r ' W ' " ' The Year'Round Oil Range "FarmCttyiiSe A Jtevomtwmzmg pwennon Cooks witK the speed and satisfaction of a gas stove Come in and see a demonstration of this remarkable oil range with the newly-invented SUPERFEX Burners that are attracting attention everywhere. It combines the speed and satisfaction of a gas stove with the well known economy of cooking with kerosene oil. NEW PERFECTION Oil Range W with SUPERFEX Burners HighfiH-Neifind Furniture Caruthersville, Mo. Co. WHY WE ARE LATE. Not a type was set on The Ml- Bourl Herald until Friday afternoon, the hour we should go to press. Ve had to sacrifice the paper in order to deliver on time Beveral important pieces of emergency job work, with which this ofllce has been over run. We have printed and deliver ed two briefs, one 53 and the other 35 pages, besi...

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