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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 March 1922

fa ? I 'MSjswawSfeH , & vPvti'w V Kssaiosss iswriefr'fwVi ffisS4y,A f'ly'nw w fmmiMllXmm .v -w ?,,. v ,T--sKtf'.5ip- ; " V 'l V SSffl ir..nu k.'K-'Uir- . Tr- At.Vfaai.. v Wfe- ' i-izi MOTTO Tho Missouri Her ald believing those at the TOP well- able to take care of themselves, has taken its stand in the barricades of the COMMON PEOPLE, and its fight will be made for the BETTERMENT of those at the BOTTOM. VOL. 14 The-mmmrn ! - , ' """ I t- 1 i. ' 1, M'i erald WANTED CoffMpoBieat. It shall be tke purpose of The Missouri Herald to friat the newt from, all porta f the county, and correspon dents are wanted from every neighborhood. Good writ ers are furnished material, postage and copy of' paper. 1 -fl-.vr ' ' . 4.4f!Sr4j ,?,' T V VM HAYTI, MISSOURI. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1922 NO. 20 lakmMtmmmmmmmmmmmmsM tJ r SM Eflci Tl w.zmm Be Correct miMMMfflffiMMMfflfflSM N THE first issue of The ""Missouri Herald, March ?., this writer took occasion to indulge in some-tonei reminiscences of the thin...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 March 1922

.tf--.iL CiLMy SWEysyiawas Rffl'ffS-',Sff3 4d S3 , I: I' THE MISSOURI HERALD, HATI, MISSOURI i.q FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE 3 O s V FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE -FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE o 2 3 O 3 O s (ft Id o s 3 o s V) u) US o s en Id O S n Id UJ o s (d o s to td O S Id o U O S CO THE CUNNINGHAM STORE COMPANY ANNOUNCES THEIR t i Fire, Smoke and Water Sale Will start Saturday, March 25th, at 9 a. m. This will be the most Sensational Sale of this City. Our Entire stock of $100,000.00 worth of good, depend able merchandise will be placed at your disposal at 50 to 75 Per Cent Off of its original cost. THE INSURANCE COMPANY'S LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. This entire stock must be moved, and moved quickly. To the people of Pemiscot County and Caruthersville, get ready for this Sale; dig down in your sock, dig up the old tin cans, look behind the old fire place, and get all the dimes, quarters and dollars together for this Sale. $1 will buy Sho...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 March 1922

'tfr &ttf&rt8'W9V "fl'?t,,p':S1Tfni'T,?,rflv' ' - j.'tmaip-jr"i '?rpll0f' . " ' w'mtt.wipf-- THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI n. 5H PS JfrjwS KILLIAN KILLS. FLORSHEIM shoes have fine style, with sturdy quality that gives long service. T7ie Florsheim Shoe $8.50 and $10 I. KOHN The Quality Store HAYTI, MO. YOUN.G MAN DEAD. William Killlnn, HO years old, well known Now Madrid county land owner, shot and killed John Bass. a tenant on one of his farms near Conrnn last Saturday morning, ac cording to roportB received hero. The exact cause of tho troublo and consequent slaying is not fully given in any of the reports coming to Tho Missouri -Herald. Uass, it is said, had been living on one of Mr. Killiau's farms but a short While, and was not long a resident of the community. He came from Illinois and for a while i worked at a levee camp. Later, ho secured a place on one of the Kil llun farms, and soon thereafter , trouble arose between tenant and landlord. ; At the inquest and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 March 1922

' ., J !( u ijMcesiir'Vj w - . ttw -i9 MV- V Sssststassxss kw.j:,iia'r.(j;jBfl.'!-aysift.yrY asmjumis - !.- ... - .-., x '- ''""""-"'- """ w...i. i. -1 , ;.: r -, 1t,' y, . j . ,'"'Y'?f I St ' -c - V ' i . f: ft jr THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI l-'.j I To Delinquent Taxpayers All who. have not yet paid their 1921 taxes, and especially their 1920 taxes, are urgently requested to call at my office at once and set tle same in order that we may be able to fi nance the schools of this county, and to relieve financial embarrassment of other county funds. I am not unmindful of the financial stress un der which our citizens are laboring, but the exhaustion of school funds, especially, creates an emergency that must be met, and the delin quent taxpayer should meet the situation pa triotically. You must admit that I have shown you all the lienency that could have been reasonable expected, but unless the 1920 and prior years taxes, both personal and real estate, are paid at once I will ...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 March 1922

tips' TT fufwWW ' : : THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI W AjrrfW jvt" .f".rlt; JSE '......;.l...,JJ,J,J. BETTER : ADVERTISING : FOR : BETTER : BUSINESS t i X T A t v 5! : ; : t T ; t j : v : ! : A ' TIE UP WITH THE MANU FACTURER'S ADVERTISING Manufacturers spend millions of dollars every year establishing their trade-marks and selling phrases. When you advertise such products for sale in your store, you can add greatly to the effectiveness of your copy by using the man-" ufacturer's trade-mark and slogan. These are familiar key notes which immediately tie up your store with something that the custo mer already considers an old friend. ' Talk-with your local publisher about your ad vertising, as he is usually well acquainted with the local market, and. also is acquainted with the local plans of national advertisers. i $ THE ADVERTISING CLUB OF ST, LOUIS ! I No. 15 of a Series Addressed to Sellers i' O -!: ROOMS FOR RENT ,Vell located four unfurnished rent. Cull No. 5"i information...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 March 1922

Ke28efigiiwmx&&z -.... .mni .,.., -imi;r'.-.i -f.v T V ..,. r. . -TTTST .1' '!' ,T' " " "'"-irvvfa fV HvWS!? -rt ypw -V-W ;.,'.;. ; ; r-trr-jr-r ); u & j. a ' , v. v wTy " "'' " ' " I inmtiiW m ..i... ,. . , i ,.. A-& 3ti MSWvng fr 4 fcvyyj7T-! ,,i..it6iMw.i:..-.,r..,..j , , 4t..ti:.,r,j, ...ywv ,... ,,,v.:;.,,r,t-.;.,..M,:rv.l,&....,a l,..al..Vli i . 1)11. h l THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI Why Home Trade Falls Off t It always slumps when business is unbusinesslike Most business men have this failing they are swept off their feet when business booms. We hit prosperity. Then starts the trouble. Every body buys everything in sight and the merchants are caught in their own trap. They start advertising to beat the band. A riot of selling follows, the mer chants Over-advertise and Over-sell the Market. De mand for goods keeps up and then comes the trip to the bank to borrow for expansion. Then what? shortage and rising prices a riot of buy ing before prices til...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 March 1922

vlsfZpltrwr? ' Tnrmmmm9mzimmmMm$WMmSmmm THE MISSOURI HERALD, IIAYTI, MISSOURI c,- v r ... x .s-ifK(iWl ss2$?s lWEi :?srMi vi -"' mi ;"fl Miscellaneous Wares 6x6 Linoleum Rugs $4.50 9x12 Congoleum Rugs $14.95 $1 Brooms for 69c Mrs. Pott's Sad Irons, set $1.75 Buggy Whips at 25c, 50c, 75c AXES Boys' Oak Leaf $1.59 Boys' Bay State $1.19 Keen Kutter $1.89 Diamond Edge,! $1.79 Red Tip I $1.49 Any suction cleaner -will pick up dust and loose dirt, but only THE HOOVER "beats as it sweeps as it cleans" Baby Hoover $52.50 Hoover Special $65.00 GALVANIZED WARE No. 1 Tubs 1 45c No. 2 Tubs 55c No. 3 Tubs 65c 10-quart Water Bucket 25c 14-quart Water Buckets 35c 14x22 KoKo Mat $1.50 8x14 KoKo Mat for auto run ning board $1.00 FERRY'S GARDEN SEEDS LEFLER HARDWARE COMPANY L. L. LEFLER HAYTI, MO. LAMPS AND STOVE WICKS New Perfection Heater 35c 6 for $1.90 New Perfection Cook Stove 30c 6 for. $1.75 Blue Belle 30c, 6 for $1.75 No 1 Lamp Wicks, 3 for 5c No. 2 Lamp Wicks, 2 for 5c Coleman Mantles, each ...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 March 1922

v .-,- hrmW 41 iu'J" J Mr THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I I E The MWBirH i 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 Btg. Entered an eeond-clnii matter October :m, 1D08. nt the ltorrtnmec nt llnyll. .MIhnoui-1, under the net of Mnrch a. 1870. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY Subscription Rates: One Year, outside oounty $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 l)lilny, column Inch Local, tier line . .IB .05 llcndcrn. per Inch .; I.ocnlx, lilnck fnee, per line .10 Office Phone - - 4 Editorial, Night Phone - 80 Residence Phone . ? The City Election, the Candidates, the Peo ple and The Missouri Herald April 4th Hayti will have a city election. Only two alder men are to be chosen one in each of the two wards, all the other city officials holding over. Ordinarily, that announcement would seem a mild and in significant affair, and under normal conditions should an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 31 March 1922

mar- lTf$f!$ f -'.- THUfPSW,,;;- jw Wwrt ifffixwi ,& -e r v t T h' ?4 ; MOTTO The Missouri Her ald believing those at the TOP well able to take care of themselves, has taken its stand in the barricades of the COMMON PEOPLE, and its fight will be made for the BETTERMENT of those at the BOTTOM. . ..,-, The IviHH'H erald WAHTED Corretfeatarti! It shall be the pmrpete tf The MiHpTtri HenMte priat the newt from all parti ti the county, and eorretpra dents are wanted from every neighborhood. Good writ' ers are furnished material) postage and copy of paper. " f'Mi vn sr' VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922 NO. 21 JOHN JONES CONVICTED GETS TEN YEARS IN PEN Charged With Killing Will Mathenia, John Jones I Sentenced to Ten Years in Penitentiary. . Many Other Convictions in Circuit Court. At Caruthersville Circuit Court has courted this week, nnd the output for the penitentiary, nnd other degrees of punishment, has hcon satisfactory to all except those Included in the output. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 31 March 1922

THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI w IFtS . f? V fee K L f 5 7 S I H V A I f M l I 11 - V 1 SCI A .?.. ', TAe "Fesler" A Florsheim quality oxford -for the man who knows and wears today's style. Square toe effect, yet not extreme. $9.50 THE QUALITY STORE HAYTI, MO. M&Sj&b3 9 RIVER COMMISSION TO MEET ON STEAMER. . Tho regular spring session of the Mississippi River Commission will bo held on board the steamer Mis sissippi at St. Louis at 10 a. in. on Monday, April 10, it has been an nounced by Capt. Edward N. Chis holm, Jr., secretary. The commission will make an in spection trip from j St. Louis to New Orleans and will give public hear ings at St. Louis and at points along the route on matters connect ed with tho improvement of the Mis sissippi river. ROOMS FOR RENT iVell located residence. Have four unfurnished nice rooms to rent. Call No. 57 or this olllco for information. 18-21-pd. Judge Everton Speer of Bragga docio was in town Saturday seeing after business matters. Mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 31 March 1922

'"V-iJl. rw;, "-"" tj5; ,t . v- -p-'J y-w-Wik wrVfV-" 'A,, "W I "-, -""'" -"'-fiiiP . TttP. MTSSOTTnTmP.PATin .tTAmr lurntint r &: wS,WMfei.i . -..ww.. ..M.tUtf,.utu,U) WIOWUM . r , " 7.' sV57,fs3yv: We value more highly the good judgment of our society reporter, Miss Rosebud Ribbons, every day she's on the job. Last Friday evening she attended a meeting of the Ladies Gos sip Club at the beautiful and commodious residence- of Mrs. .Bunk Highflier. The ladies started in as usual by having punch first, then got out the tables and started up the games. Everything moved off for a while in convulsive merriment. About the third round of the pasteboards, Mrs. Highhand opened the kettle with a straight flush, but Miss. Sadie Weasel showed five aces and'raked in the buttons. Right then, im mediately and forthwith, a cyclone developed. Chairs and ta bles mixed with cardboards, hair pins, sachet powders, false teeth 'and hair rats went round and round so swiftly that it made Miss Ribbons s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 31 March 1922

., y. wf-Piirni-asssxassi'Viii i w .wsf'SwaA':? Wfyi&f$ .ffiv ' w $f?; Xif ft"'' '(; i., ii ,i ...r,L, l H ,ir'iiiiVJjrKlJm I mil SfiKiW i,m MiWii..". aa n,Ti . vri i vr WW w r-tiir!ir3fW''rartf7;) "V '. rr -w. v JV f " '.'" Hjif T T r I -". ls ? 1 i ii 1 r '1 a i I f V fl I ) nl I'M lli 11 'lS I hi Ii I'- ii. iff !i ff 4 I P i ft i b 9 m f.l If- I - tB: THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI A. Basement Ceiling of Cornell Panels Keeps Cold, Ashes and Coal Dust From Penetrating Upper Floors Panel the basement walls and ceilings with Cornell-Wood- Board. These attractive, snug-fitting' panels prevent dust and dirt from penetrating upper floors, keep out the cold, retain the heat and materially reduce fuel bills. I cQpfngnbodRoaid is also widely used in converting the attic into pleasing quarters, in utilizing waste space in office and factory and in lining the garage and other buildings. Come to us to obtain the original and genuine Cornell-Wood-Board, for no other contains these t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 31 March 1922

F v- . I f , IJri- fi i "nv'nftjse-w v',f',s,'v'fcvr'"t-i'v " ?7ij! THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTL MISSOURI mmmim'mmwm 'XLftT CTrfF 'Ji M - v If J. J rtv r-v tfPf ,? ,-1. - -9 S29Ki&nffiWfc&annBmsg MS?' "RTIJl -fMl.f-."MVAS 'MiSJ,iWVro- ", JUST NOW-- r There is a demand for the following items which we have in plenty and at the correct prices: ..j.4...j...,.4,4.4.4....4.. Garden Hoes Garden Rakes Garden Plows Garden Seed Spades Shovels Trace Chains Single Trees Single Tree Irons Collar Pads Sweat Pads Clevises -.. - TRUTH MIGHTY AND SHALL PREVAIL f r r t We tell you that our goods are RIGHT ana our prices are ruon i AND THEY ARE $ BUT there are so many new people in $ and about HAYTI and it takes time to arnnatnt Inpm all wiln trip rant trial' wi ALWAYS tell the TRUTH about our goods. t INCREASING business proves that more and more people every day are finding our about us. f 4 f Plow Bolts Screen Door Hinges Poultry Fencing Poultry Netting Ditching Spades Ditching Shovelsr Scre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 31 March 1922

t . ' vJ?1"' :l!n- t. -v- . I KK V Is Li- iy ? t . xu? . V-jfS-. 4 THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI The MWWPH era Id THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPHAM, Sole Owner and. Business Manager C. S. YOBK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Kntered iw Necftnd-cInN mnllrr )rtolicr 3, 1008. nt ht uoHtofllrc nt Hnyll, SIlHBOnrl. tinder the net of March .1. 187P. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY One Year, outside county Subscription Bates: $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 DUpInn column liocnln, rr line Inch .in .03 IlrndrrH. ner Inch I.ncnlN, Muck face, per line .25 .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone . 80 Besidence Phone . since there were only four votes more than fication. If even five of these 12 DemocratsJS tion to ratification the treaty would have au V$S opposi- one Democrats Ratify the Treaty Whether or not we agree with the 12 Democratic senators who voted for the ratification of the four-power Pacific treaty we must admi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 7 April 1922

V' - IV - i .. 'V :-MiVJ(.iJiTiv-tK4'!in're.;i!ii''yj T-iif-TWriAu -pa-fin, Jflt ei,s35auir V MOTTO The Missouri Her ald believing those at the TOP well able to take eare of themselves, has taken its stand in the barricades of the COMMON PEOPLE, and its fight will "be made for the BETTERMENTS those at the BOTTOM. The IvnillSPTl smmmmsmM J fE.J . 4lLr erald WASTED-- CerrwpMfcfttt. It shall be the pbrfeee it The MiMeui Hefali tt ftini the aews from all parte et the county,- and eorreepea dents are wanted from every neighborhood. Qooi writ ers are fnrnishei material, postage and copy of paper. VSi ..kV3f w "x' i v. gft riii M 4 .i, v -ZJi VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 7,-1922 No. 22 HAYTI'S CITY ELECTION BIG INTEREST; BIG VOTE Women Work Throughout the Cars. Bring in Voters. Over Results. For Alderman, Ward No. l: I. Kohn 169 Chas. J. Morgan 80 Kolm's majority 89 For Alderman, Ward No. 2: W. H. (Bill) Finch 210 V. S. (Sycamore) Sturm 122 Finch's majority 88 9 $ J $ $ $ J J $ $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 7 April 1922

I 7 l.'.'S m Vti lie ) -,.v J"J'.,'J"1HW T"trrNn.'-vircwAfr4W'ahi-r. it . ,M ' v- v;u; j (- 'v - -WW fl-l.fc.Wdy,, THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI j TP V& .HPB. We haven't been publishing The Owl City News near a hundred years as yet but we have been cussed and dis cussed, boycotted and galtrotted, talked about, lied about4, died to, hell up and hell down, robbed, mobbed, but not run of town as yet. And, confidentially, the only reason we are staying in business is to see what's going to happen next. We are accused of being too bold spoken, and our bilious contem porary, the Clayroot Gazoote, says we wouldn't know poetry from poke salit. We are a poet, but few know it. So we are going to give our readers a tew lines irom our large reser vation of unpublished manuescrips. And, boys, of 1918, you who crossed over and crossed back, they call us a hard old nut, but you won't believe 'em when you read our poem. 1917-18 There's a little girl on our block who always used to smile ...

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

V fc,"'HIK t' ''V " " l ci, . trmr- -f ' y-v&'i; W. xxiu luioovsuxvi jnufwiuu, nAHi, JY1KS3UUIU f "V iJjJfl. T.ti'... " (T ' WHEN V. ; In need of Groceries, Dry Goods, Gar den.and Field SeedsFarm Implements or most anything in general use, call on ' us. This is the "CASH AND CARRY" store and you know what that means if you do not, we'll explain. Gire usi-a call Next door to Post Office Gaither & Stubbs HAYTI MISSOURI 4 PASCOLA HEWS; Carroll Flslior wont up to Por tagevlllo .Wednesday night to , at tend to, business. Sherman Hill,- husband of Mrs. Dorothy Hill, ono of. our teachers, visited tho school last Friday. Mrs. Hill and tho primary teacher wont homo that evonlng.and ' on account of tho bridges being washed awayy tho'y had to go by rail. Mr. Fitzgerald was In Haytl Sat urday transacting!-business. Ho la farming 80 acres of land near P.as cola for Senator R. B. Oliver. Collie Hackney went to Slkeston last Saturday. WILSON SEES DEMOCRATS RE-ESTABLISHED IN POWER. Duluth, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 7 April 1922

. Aitlj.tj.1. . .... ...... ..--y-rywyp-, wri? M3F3 I.ft" lit V "ill'1 rU ' y7i,iiaii?ir;-TyTiMf lii&tn, "n-,-aLMn" "-"-? '-T.r r.i '""' " ' '( .V,T IWlWJH! 4 Mill iHjulilf) L-iOiJfjiiiMii;iiigiijt 1 ,1'fc'5T1lfrii1ri ITIT l-'ky nwiniiii. "J gffft m h THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI f m: IF it 12 Gigantic DRUG Sale In 24-STATES-24 In Rexall Stores During April 5 $ $ 2 $ $ 5 $ $ J 8 5 8 $ "J 5 4 $ 4 'J J 5 $ 4 $ J 4 $ l l$ J 4 "PURETEST" Home Drugs The demand for this lino of high quality, ? THE BIGGEST LABORATORY ROOF, IN THE WORLD! UNDER ONE re- U-lttUDuClOs 'Miom iMi 80 slmplo homo medics haB spread like wild fire. Thirty-eight million packages have been sold! w During this wonderful sale you can stock; your medicine chest at rock-bottom prices. "PURETEST" Reg. Price This Sale Aspirin Tablets 35c 16c Zinc Stcaratc 2Cc 19c Boric Acid 25c 19c Alum 20c, 13c Comp. Licorice Powd 25c 19c Cream of Tarter 40c 25c Ilocholle Salts 40c 21c Soda Mint Tablets 15c 9c Henna Leaves 25c 1...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 7 April 1922

"ElB& I SsfSSRfPiflP pc " i, iM" ' (' " " Y . tf - ".- w?w ; wrZjgpwffix THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ..fKft SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS GARDEN RAKES--GARDEN PLOWS l V GARDEN SEED- lisHWlsssWssMsilssBSssWlssSSss1sssWMSWssssMBPMM SPADES SHOVELS FORKS HAY CARRYING OUTFITS POULTRY FENCE AND NETTING DAZEY CHURNS-WATER KEGS FLY SWATTERS-MAIL BOXES BIG BEN CLOCKS Lefler Hardware Hayti, Missouri Company COTTON SEED FOR SALE. Wannamaker-Cloveland Planting Seed 1 will have beyond my own requirements a limited supply of seed of this excellent variety of early, big boll, high percenting cot ton, saved under my personal super vision to prevent mixing at the gin. Two years from the originator it remains pure, and is improved by having grown on strong black loam Sacked f. o. b. Caruthersville, $5.00 per hundred. 22-23 ' H. T. BYA11S. SHAKESPEARE. Although his sails are purple and perfumed, and his prow of beaten i gold, thcey waft him on his voyage, not less, but more rapidly and di I rect...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 7 April 1922

XX'TJTC1(-Ytrimr ,JWfcl ..- "p tiyCf!y!?t3CB we. &v tV & .!" A " ' ' '"l "LL-jL-m. i "Ci (tldJbm l f - The MHHPH -n. , i ; THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POFHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Knlcrrd-nn Hrrnnd-clnmi mntirr Orlnltrr 30, IDAS, nl I lip luiMtolTlcr nt Hnyll, Allnitourlt under llir net nf Mnrch .1. 1870. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 l)iplnr column Inch .1." Itcmlrrn. lirr Inrh .25 Ijncnlx. per line "." I.ornlN, litru-k fnrr, per llnr .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone , 47 Good Republican Editorial (An up-to-thc-last-mlnutc editorial is tho following taken from the Globe-Democrat of Sunday, April 2, and we reproduce it because it cornea from tho leading Republican paper of Missouri. It is absolutely true and brings...

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