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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 27 October 1922

""' ' f?""' '" JWi' "- J""w(';s''''i!?? i ,. . wr :s.ss?: jLi " . "$fwm THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI eMS9MMMMI Tl Nov. 2 FRIDAY Nov. 3 Nov. 4 eeeH eer- SeeH'fH V IflJr T Nov. 2 FRIDAY Nov. 3 Nov. 4 What is a lc Sale? It is a sale where you buy an iteir. at the regular price then another item of the same kind for lc. As an illustration: The standard price of Rexall Or derlies is 50c. You buy a box at this price, and by paying lc more, or 51c, you get two boxes. Every article in this sale is a high-class standard piece of merchan dise, just the same as we sell you every day at regular prices and have sold you for years. AM WT C A 1 i" This sale was deve- JNew Way or Advertising. i0Ped by the unit- ed Drug Co., as an advertising plan. Rather than spend large sums of money in other ways to convince you of the merit of these goods, they are spending it on this sale in permitting us to sell you a ful l-sixe package of high standard mer chandise for lc. It costs money to get custom...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 27 October 1922

I m 2 . ": " - - 'f " f ' W j.(ili rr-'"' -i. i , t i j , ..t. : n r ' .-..-. 7",,, ,-7 vt - y - - a t r. t y ' 'rv-iul -? "w tKHikV wiMkxfc.Vti. k W - .Miii in. L w -. i I? 1 I i I I'i I I v I T THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYT1, MISSOURI The Guaranteed Car-- GARDNER This is a car so good that its makers are not afraid to back it with a full-value, One-Year Written Guarantee. The unusual confidence that this guarantee implies has been inspired by the record that the car has made for itself through the actual driving experience of many thousands of owners all over the country. A guarantee backed by folks whose successful manufacturing experience extends over a period of more than 40 years. $940 Delivered 'J $ $ J "' 5 5 J 3 We are Agents :-:-: Nichols & Nichols GENERAL GARAGE Ward Avenue Caruthersville, Mo. Telephone 1 7 1 $$ Roy Wilbanks and Miss Hernlce Arterberry were married at 4: HO o'clock lust Monday afternoon at the home of the bride near town, Esq. P. M. Gwin olliciating. If y...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 November 1922

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 November 1922

V-SfcVtf - Gfc 'hiii...i.ii.,iiiiiuu.ijiHWJI );;jw,"fcl l I I -TTT . II ZTllll I !! M II Ti iMMTV i ' -- ! ! M.m. It- ! 1i n I s 6 ! 11 It 8 I h r si 1 m i I riJ 4? S SiC a. 3LJ hi m ? mi VS. i'a THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI W d Jl 1 j1 4utOaLi That is what we are here for. Dependable goods at prices you can afford to pay that is what you will find at our grocery and meat market. Thl MEATS afrauuiTS GROCERIES VEGETABLES Sanitation Our Watchword Writt "tniS hest Market Price Paid for Produce I -recoi Jthe,vhite Star Market n( t-hone 90 J. E. McFALL, Prop. PEARL POOL HALL I have moved my cold drink outfit to the Pearl Building, and recently installed a NEW and complete outfit of pool tables and necessary equipment. You are cordially invited' to come and spend a few hours of pleasant pastime. Perfect order guaranteed. W. P. MEATTE, Prop. FOR SALE Eight registered Duroc-Jersey eows, at ?fiO and up; 20 spring gills at $20 to $25, weighing from 150 to 200 pounds; U0 fall pigs. $30...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 November 1922

.i. v ' 'tVH, lv TtfW ,f ' A ' yrpjr-rfp7 - ." r.yt IS 1 I Kf I If! THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI MISSOURI 4-; li lt JviiV' Vjfai '1 nm v3iU 8 aJitic ' ' Hydeism In Missouri; What It Promised; What It Did-and What It Seeks to Do. In 1920 Arthur M. Hyde, present Governor of the great State of Missouri, ran on a platform pledging the Republican party in Missouri "to economy of administration ; a fair redistricting of the State on a population and not-a partisan basis," and "a fair adjustment of the burden of taxation." Here's how those promises have been kept(?): The Hyde Legislature cost the taxpayers of Missouri as follows: Regular Session $296,500 First Extra Session i $121,000 Second Extra Session . $33,000 Total 450,000 No other regular session in the history of the State ever exceeded $279,364.89. The Hyde Legislature made appropriations which totaled, EXCLUSIVE of the money for PUBLIC SCHOOLS, ROADS and the SOLDIER BONUS, the astounding sum of $30,254,916.11. The vast appropriatio...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 November 1922

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 3 November 1922

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

, f, ,t -J I1LJ .vT.1 " ', A i"-i 1 aa. '. ' , t,i -,. . I.,, ii f g. - .i" ihilimmmrn r-- '"i -" ' ' ' ' ' " ' "- Ijtil M. B r, wiien . SRPffiWifl M-i&WK'V 3b.KJtSW ni. ifo ii -;H OT W !:.! fc I"1 Kb. Eft ki i m H J THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI -S .J f r ii & & 'B' l RJ, $.1 'I? I I to; I," 8 V 3P 3?.-S a. fek ii ! B r? IS-'i fetf I'' i III ' s u 7 ' kJ 4V Vote For Frank Baird t Democratic Nominee for County Court Clerk MifffffvffifffflvMffffflfff HE ASKS FOR RE-ELECTION TO THE SECOND TERM OF THAT OFFICE ON THE RECORD HE HAS MADE. HE HAS BEEN FAITH FUL, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS. HE HAS PROVEN HIS MER ITS, WON PUBLIC APPROVAL AND DESERVES TO HOLD THE OFFICE A SECOND TERM. THE PEOPLE OF PEMISCOT COUNTY SHOULD TAKE ALL THESE FACTS INTO CONSIDERATION AND CAST THEIR VOTES AS THEIR CONSCIOUS DICTATES. DON'T TURN A GOOD MAN DOWN AFTER TRIED. THAT IS ALL. General Election November 7th, 1922 Old papers, large package for Cc, at this office. Handy for use aruond the home, ...

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

t 1 if it, ' A HVW " -' s i -tjb 'V. "" - -v&gfa. -J " ftf J' -t! ' . :. i "M THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI --,) J Vi -j.!.' ' ' - . ITSSRi W v, W - lr: bJUi m-w fit lfe mh CM; am, m Try this program AUo0verotWS ei ciuw-iox ttot r:; -75c a That I Heed 0TOU 75c Ann Ttt ,Hl-0uftrtet iaj Bitdie-iox trot -:- 75o Boo-Hoo-Koouet -----ora Bow Wov, Blues-l 75c Wake Up little 01 - 75c CaWornia-oxcltestm --- , Can You - tto CarissUna --":""" -75c Chicago-fox tort i " tet 10 75e . r. Mv HW1B.A 75c On e '0""" SUM 6 ,oTe3ong 75c otlenroo- ;,5 Coo-Coo ,ft 75o Don't fl-tei" """..Bc vety ntoieti - 75c 8tvca reheat -" J5c . ..ttn' a . .. - 75 Every one deserves an encore, and every encore is played by famous musicians. Only on Victor Records can you find .such a combination of il big orchestras and big hits. Just in! Come in! HIGHFILL NEIFIND FURNITURE CO. CARUTHERSVILLE, MISSOURI Al 1922 COTTON 50 PER CENT MORE THAN LAST YEAR According to the report as sent out by special cotton agent, L...

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

Ex1' SAW ' ' W - ?.'-" r t M. If! i- f fei M i $2 9 9 t t ft (' A F( I I, ? 8 ,14 f E jr-i M IW SI fid Hi J I I THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ' 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. Kntercd n nccmid-ctnim innflcr OclnTicr :i(). 1(108. nt flic linntofHcc nt Ilnyll. MlnMonrl, under the net of Mnrch II, lt7. Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Dlaplnj-f column Inch .... .in HciuIith, per Inch J - MS lyoonln, per line . .05 I.ocnN. Itlnck fnce, iter line .10 OiBce Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Eesidence Phone 47 O O "IF." o a Persons who are anxious to bring about a just and equita ble assessment of property in Missouri and a reduction in State taxes must turn out in full force and elect the Democratic nominees for both branches of the State Legislature. Should the General Assembly be controlled by Governor ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 November 1922

i r jx. H" l" " ."" ? ( I S K m .MJ3 .v' 1 .-jtw'p-: -s 125 If You Don't Got The Missouri Herald, You Don't Got the News. 51.00 a Year J c " . jh i m l i . 5. - ' ' -' -j . TheHHPH f - J , . erald mT i.Vto. . First, Lost, All the Time. 'V ' T- '- ' i &k&& ';Of the People, By tw tytWi People, For the People,"? ' Ma K SfiS -um ' ',3a Vf S VOL. 15 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1922 no. i m Reckoning Day Comes. Normalcy Repudiated. Democracy Wins -- -- -- -- -- -- Pemiscot County Goes Democratic Biggest in Twenty Years r ooo , GENERAL RESULTS. The Mis30uri Herald regrets it will be unable to give an accurate tabulation of the vote of Pemiscot county until its next issue, but the general result is approximated as follows: Pemiscot county's Democratic majority is close around 1,200. Hayti went Democratic by 445 to 136. Senator James A. Reed was re-elected by 35,000 majority and the entire State ticket by slightly less than that. The Democrats will control both houses o...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 November 1922

UM ur :tv ', m m r-n"yg"A5t; -- j ,,,-... iji i H ?iii ii' lirMilBTIIWUIIrfc'MfllllirtllMiltflMlMltillilllftrt!! vi -i js." !!Lifi.t?: ipwSCiiiteiiMfllMWwSiUim t U 4 I I'! en l' if ' if ISi i V I' ( J l)! 3 n y.. D, I Itl Ik' ; lJ It !)'!! ltd Srt P ' ?4 lui i.sn m ii !' IVK l$N ?j,( i ir. ft m ZtT ft & K ;,4 THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI or $595 $1345 Delivered Delivered These are the two best cars on the mar ket today, for the price. They have stood the test of time and have made good. Let us tell you why. 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 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR CONTROL OF CANCER Tho American Society for the Con trol of Cancer wan founded In New York' on May 22, 1913, at a meeting of delegates appointed by the princi pal medical societies of the United States, together with n number of prominent lay citizens who were conv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 November 1922

." m&sypffimm V, Vie. 'i.-t VfAt' (fin Sir) w,i THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI v '"! ifc 'IMS ?4 m M isrc H IKKp, SSH' : Sffi wit' .Mt fll & Iff .'IK? fi & & i m t-'i, is IW' Iffgf 4 Miss Maude Speak Wishes to announce that she has severed her connection with the Styleright Shop and will be identified hereafter with the w' -. OfV .'. VS ,' . W' a, T r.immw ' p' ..nai?. m&FfJfflFJk where she will be pleased to see her many friends NOTICE! We want pecans and fur. High est prices paid. Sanders ltros., Hayti, Mo. 51-tf CARD OP THANKS Parker Kersey came over from Caruthcrsvllle today and purchased a new Overland from Ward Dorris, bringing Mrs. Kersey along to drive it back, he being used to "running" and having gotten up such speed that he felt himself unsafe to so sud denly slow down to "normalcy." Dill pickles, sour pickles, nitick orel, pickled hog feet and kraul, at Buckleys'. . Mrs. Earl Ormsby and children, after several days' visit with rela tives here, r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 November 1922

'vfspji 1jfV-t'' '' w '' ' " ftMMMMMimiMNNMm V-rr., ,. , TJl Ktowi liit iiTiiuwjii)ijiiuiM)i'wJ.ii'(iiiii THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, If ISSOtmi m i'ii '4 1 H " ' ij.i ! 13 VI Pi '' m VA w V I i .! f r;v ii 84 81 i&i iv 8M fi' I l$3 The Guaranteed Car--- GARDNER This is a car so good that its makers are not afraid to back it with a full-value, One-Year Written guarantee. The unusual confidence that this guarantee implies has been inspired by the record that the car has made for itself through the actual driving experience of many thousands of owners all over the country. A guarautee backed by folks whose successful manufacturing career extends over a period of more than 40 years. $965 Delivered : We are Agents .j..j..j..;..i..j....j..;...4..;..j..2'';-v Nichols & Nichols GENERAL GARAGE Ward Avenue Telephone 1 7 1 Caruthersville, Missouri PHOF. RILES IN SERIOUS ACCIDENT I'rof. Carl Klles happened to a very serious accident last Sunday night. It was dark and raining. The stree...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 November 1922

itmnwtJBM ?. THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI m I sm vv & mi m lew m feA 1$ I I, I 8 ' . if it I I At WHEN YOU COME To this market for your daily provisions you take a wise step, and the wiser you are the better off you'll be. So. Get Wise TRADE WITH US.-BE HAPPY MEATS FRUITS GROCERIES VEGETABLES Sanitation Our Watchword Highest Market Price Paid for Produce White Star Market Phone 90 " J. E. McFALL, Prop. S749.981.96 TS PAID BLIND IN MISSOURI 5,847 on Books to lteceive 300 Pension. Annual Jetferson City, Mo. Nov. U. Wind porbons in Missouri who are eligible to receive the $300 annual pension allowed by the State had been paid 749, 981.96 up to April 1, last, ac cording, to figures compiled by L. D. Thompson, Stato treasurer, and made public today. There are 5,847 blind on the books now and there has been a rapid increase in the number of applications during the last few months, it was stated. January 1 there were 3.S43 per sons receiving a pension, an increase in three mont...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 10 November 1922

IPft!KtvrtM-n ,wK t Vi M?v"f "''' KrlK'V- - - ,.- - Kr lvA" . . , ' THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI f iij t . K i Is It. i. Ifj Is b f t. , i i1 - -'U- - ?v " , f , III IVllWiiFH MM 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 nn urcniid-cln'am mnltrr October .10. 1D0S, nt the iONtofl!ce at Ilnytl. Mlwranrl, under the net of Mnrch 3. 1879. Subscription Bates: Oae Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Display, column Inch Loral, per line .IS .05 Itcndcrx. er Inch .23 I.ocnlx, hlnck fnrr, per line .- .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Besidence Phone 47 O O WITH FLYING COLORS. The Missouri Herald, formerly The Hayti Herald, comes through the campaign just closed with flying colors, having exerted all its old-time vigor and punch and waded right down into the trenches and marched back and forth along the firing line. The w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 November 1922

,jI--yJ 3Kjf V"''"''"' ""' -'',' V " (, (Vd ft J rV." Ir., im wj-in Aiir ' V ' i. fiS'-v" -r' 'vs .? '-iw--u"---s W . Jta?1. tfKfi 5iz?T, a Jtl&tl, w3. It You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't Got 'the News. $1.00 a Year "' -- " C -- ii lrmVai I 111 IT lgCCBSaiSHggB r mm tm The MlilHHPH erald "Of tho People, By the .. People, For tho People," rtf First, Last, All tho Time. "S, VOL. 15 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OVEMBER i7i 1922 HO. Beginning of Return to Democracy and Wilsonian Leadership w "h v Democratic Victory in Election November 7 Has Proved Tonic Needed to Enable Him to Lead Party. Crowd That Heard Speech Electrified. Former President, Almost Himself Again, Showed Old Fire of Fight for Principles. (Special Correspondent.) METHODIST CHURCH. WASHINGTON, No"v. 16. The great Democratic victory of Tuesday of last week, ac curately forecasted by Chair man Cordell Hull of the Demo cratic National Committee, marks the beginning of the re turn of the people to the Dem ocratic...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 November 1922

n!rr3i'&""'Ii "" " "' V" ' 'S " -",-"'1t"11--'M.S'rrj WW.,Vj., .y,- -V,Vf(-,-V' rW. , ,y, fiS't' . " IH s -fi ? '(ipnJH sf" J - ' -M -, x- -.' - - , )a , "ii'wini v ','" '' 'S L M B I M a It! 3t 2 VS i8 ' it; Si ri i M H KU H IT v I to ij n.i 5 Hi Yf THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTL MISSOURI jgMgS a0t- $595 $1345 Delivered Delivered These are the two. best cars on the mar ket today, for the price. They have stood the test of time and have made 'good. Let us tell you why. RADIATOR AND HOOD COVERS ANTI-FREEZE SOLUTION WEED CHAINS Mobile OH Resists Low Temperatures TIRES, TUBES AND ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRING W. J. DORRIS D. & D. GARAGE HAYTI" MISSOURI Supreme Court Hold Vaccination Laws Legal Decision Removes Doubt of Validity of State and City Legis lation Affecting School Students. WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. The Supreme Court of the United States today upheld the validity of legisla tion and city ordinances which com pel the vaccination of children ngainat disease as a school entrance ...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 November 1922

-Mfflf trm&'SQmtlffiS'l&aB&BfBBBEmmm ?. . i-'irimmwrnr t 4 'fl THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI sv&.rt. ; :vy - ,k '$& 8 7 uWV TJffii. ms rjfsJ: RUTH ST. DENIS TED SHAWN AND j The Denishawn Dancers AT i Cape Girardeau, Nov. 27 Tlfcbo world-famous classical duncors will bo presented at the beautiful New Broadway Theater Monday evening, Nov. 27, at S o'clock, by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU SOUTHEAST MISSOU RIAN as its annual classic for appreciative Southeast Missourinns The Missourlan presented Percy Hemus in "The Impresario" last year; Madam Schumann-Helnk, the world's most popular singer, the year before, and for several -seasons the St. Louis Symphony orchestra. Hundreds of people from all parts of Southeast Mis souri enjoyed these great entertainments, and now The Southeast Missourlan oifers by far the most costly and magniltccnt attrac tion ever presented In a Missouri city outside the thnec largest. While the setting of "The Impresario" was beautiful and ap peale...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 November 1922

Hvwj.y -! -f f -i't6 -'''x !, -TTfTI fl-i 41 3 -VI P II i ft 1 I H THE MISSOURI HERALD, HATTI; MISSOURI UMBEL MtOPERTY OF OWNER OF ITS HABITAT U. S. Styreme Court Ruling in Pcniaeot County Case Important to Pearl Button Industry. WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. The fresh water mussel ot the Mississippi Valley, from whoso shell 1b manu factured "pearl" buttons, is the property ot the ownor of the land through which flows the non-navigable streams of its habitat, tin; Supremo Court held today in a cane brought by Benjamin, Gratz of St. Louis against James S. McKcc and others In Missouri. The controversy attracted wide attention because of its Importance in the button industry and brought into court such questions ns wheth er the mussel is a "wild" animal. Justice Holmes, in deciding the case, said mussels should not be classed with wild birds and il'sh, which may move boyond the juris diction ot the owner ot the land. The lower court had held that I fishermen taking mussels from non navigable st...

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