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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 November 1922

'' '"V,'", J,""' t '"-ft -w Hf - 4wi ? I'M S I THE MISSOURI-HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI yjuTimAmmfasSSmmnms r " c . 4fc"" i. "-a ". .v r- tA-i"'f.i(ii."it-'rv.-;r --- ,- 11 t-" A? llf " It Vi,w V7i"LrjJ'JCTj'flT.Vrni jt -'-- ?F"sBm5sfe& A. t.f-PttrilV tfi',1 & $ M M uM iTiAmrP7SSWi'il7'.t "Jf.-Sti.JK'.-aamVfKr'frr - ' .1V J-iZrJ' V" .T l 1 . .' C.rT.1 -V Jrf 1 " WWrnVhaUV W''. . - - jj2!sH:!2Ak Ai.rt "- j V.-1-iT i..-"' Fm Still in Business, Boys! I have sold 50 head of mules since last Saturday. This is proof they are the good kind and that the prices were right. Now there will be 50 head in my barn Saturday; just the same kind, and bet ter, for sale. Don't buy any 'till you see them. Give the man a chance who has helped to make the county. These are Missouri mules, are well broken aud ready for work. ' J. M. McELVAIN The Mule Man Caruthersville Missouri Bob Hall of Caruthersville, the stock man, was here last Sunday afternoon. The new records each month, both Brunswick and Col...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 17 November 1922

'&$$&?' sx 4, u- v ' 'V "V " V y-r- r rfs;- K t'vr aWit-fftt w. " tJTp-'-,j f, sW?gj.t ES r If If u. c; THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI The MiflttlrH erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YOEK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Entered second-etnaa matter October 30, 1D08. at the poRloflce at Hard. Itoaoarl. aader the net of March 3, 1870. Subscription Bates: One Tear, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Display, column Inch . ..... .15 Local, per line . .05 TtendcrM, per Inch .25 I.ocnl, lilnck fnce, per line .10 Office Phone Editorial, Night Phone Residence Phone 94 80 47 O O HYDE MEASURES APPARENTLY LOST. O O From present indications it seems the Hyde consolida tion measures which were referred by the Democratic State Committee have gone down to defeat under an' "avalanche of "no" votes. In Jefferson City and Cole county Hyde adminis tration followers made a hard d...

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

i-ivgs.- Pvft .y "h fir ",!& "tfTl "fc r SJ l Jro' VA 1 ( "" s?T& ?mr' 'K jkN.resjM.'tr ' lliiV , UumMMi i,l.ti!MB.lli!ii"3iat2J L?"A'.WCT'SAtt . ,y, ;--rv iW-f W If You Don't Got The Missouri Herald, You Don't Got the Nows- $1.00 a Year $ . . The MOmFH V W 1 . W i.. v. ,y s. . ,v? v h&&1 ' U- V' S .V If.W, erald JLffl& "Hfl- -!" ui ins feupie, jr ie Xvvl People, For the People.'' JJ FlrBt, Last, All the TJw. -dS a - -SI Tf ft; &l VOL. 15 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, 4 M -.l NOVEMBER 24, 1922 noo. a as N1WBERRY RESIGNED IN FACE OF NEW FIGHT Michigan's Senator's Place Subject ' of Bitter Controversy and Issue in 1 Recent Campaign, but He Still Insists Right to it Had ..Been Fully Confirmed. WASHINGTON, Nov. 23. The one compelling reason for the resigna tion of Senator Newberry of Michi gan, recently announced, was' the fact that, owing to changes in the Senate, as a result of the November elections, he faced almost certain expulsion some time after next March 4. O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 November 1922

?,t; 'ff '" ' t r 'fffiSii r'i ii T75ytr W 'filV' W'O'-C-V' ' '-v " "j v v--f . '-. ' t- " - '& '- . ' THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI Xt V tt I Cold Weather Ahead Cold weather means hard .usage of the car and more trouble unless it is in per fect condition: Let our car experts give the old bus tKe look over andv give it the proper kind of adjustment. The cost will be small against the coming trouble. 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 BIO ACREAGE WILL BE CUT INTO FARMS Stove polish, stove boards, stove pipe, hods and shovels, at Buckleys' Mrs. Dale Perkins whs in Caruth ersville Wednesday. W. J. Dorris was attending to bus iness in Caruthcrsville Tuesday. -Simmons-Wilson, Ranges. Lefler Hardware Co. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A V V V V V V V V V V V V V ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 November 1922

ijwr " t v"'f'r ; y&w',? ww!, ,,,?yQy",pMv "'"x.vy,"1.' " ; t y"1! j ;. .i,-?iJn' 'M"V. u ,Tr -'v' ,", "-'". v;""A ",y -ri!' "t-i sasi1'' THE MISSOURI HERALD; HAYTI, MISSOURI Ml ww I vft R bu give all music "When you give afictrola to all the family, for all time. What more inspiring gift than a Victrola and Victor Records to bring the joy, the thrill, the solace of music into your home. Truly, it is a gift of the gods. A gift with a future, as enduring as music itself. Come in our show rooms. We have Victrolas in . .the style and finish you desire. And we can arrange terms for your convenience. Highfill-Neifind Furniture Co. Caruthersville Mo. I 'i' IHIS MASTERS VQlCft & referred to them as black peo ple'" and many times she re ferred to herself as a black person. She called them her people and advised them .to uplift themselves so as to gain the respect of the white people. She told them to wear shoes and hats, advising that they were not slaves, and having had a good crop...

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

mum -j-IttJ nwmisgws x,lwwr. -;?,?":"' ' 't&i Vx. ' ei v & ' w THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTL MISSOURI " ' ! t. hr.M tE. s Philip Hamra's New Store Thanksgiving DRESS Sale Begins FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 24th This does not mean Dresses alone, but we offer to you everything in both Men's and Ladies' Wearing Apparel, at a TREMENDOUS REDUCTION. We are not overstocked and, as you know, we have not a dollar's worth of old merchandise in our store. We have enjoyed a. splendid business, and have every reason to be thankful. Come and take advantage of the many wonderful values we have to of fer you, from every department of our store, and share with us the Thanksgiving spirit. SWEATERS New and Smart are every one of these gar ments. There are the new Silk and Wool Mixed, the All Woolen so comfortable these cool wintry mornings, a Slipover for underneath your coat in fact, every style and priced at such a tremendous saving. $3.75 Sweaters now $2.95 5.00 Sweaters now 3.75 6.75 Sweaters now 4....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 24 November 1922

J' ( WWVttV -'tf Jt - v "" j- wjiy ,i.w . -jie' iivv "''jy '"' THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI Special Prices for Thanks- m giving on all our &m iWRvffjp jpri Ladies' Suits, Coats and Dresses; Men's Suits .and Overcoats; Boy's Suits and Overcoats; Girls' Dresses and Coats. Ladies' All-Wool Dress, Poiret Twill in the very best styles made of $9.85 All Dresses Reduced Ladies' all-wool, with belt, and specially priced at Coats in the newest styles, $13.75 All Coats Reduced arW rnu v- cm "Knickerbocker" Overcoat Special -Thanksgiving Reduction on all Men's suits. All wool men's suits, young men's styles rf f Q g offered at !. tj) 1 7iOU Other Suits at $22.50 to $32.50 All-wool brown, double-breasted, with belt. Is well made, and a regular $25.00 value, now offered for $18.50 Complete line of Munsingwear the best underwear made for men, women and children. KOHNS Good, warm blankets and comforts a big se lection to choose from, at big Savings. A REAL BARGAIN Men's good ribbed Uni...

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

yv a " '" K,,vl "0 V-i,'- -h "' V nj ji 't f r LJ v " , THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ,, ft tJ ThelSIHilPR ' 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 St. Ratered aa tcond-elaaa mutter October 30. IMS. nt the poatoflce at Uartl, Mlaaearl, anlcr the net of March 3. 1879. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county L $1.00 Display, eolnma Inch .IS Local, per line .. . .95 Header, per Inch . .35 Local, blnck face, per line .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone I 80 Residence Phone 47 O O MR. HARDING'S WEAK POSITION. O o "All of President Harding's statements with regard to the importance and value of a merchant marine to American trade and national self-defense are unanswerable," says the PoBt-Dispatch. "They will be indorsed by men of all shades of public opinion. They are the backbone of his argument for a ship subsidy to b...

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

,'H You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't Get the News. '$1.00, a Year y -w -.'5.o.' VOL. 15 The IvHRi "f 9GB "S$$$ 2 r.V ..'- erald 114 wi "M "Of the Peonle. Bv tkr - d$ -PAnnla Wn iha Dnts f S8& .f.., u. - UO A. CTSfflV First, Last, All the Tim. .?$h HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1,-1922 NO. 4 Pemiscot County's $4,000,000.00 Cotton Crop -000- The Following Official Reports Are of Deep Interest to Every Citizen of the Cotton Growing Section of Missouri, Par ticularly of Pemiscot County: Caruthersville, Mo., Nov. 14, 1922 Pemiscot County to November 14, 1922 30,164 Bales Pemiscot County to November 14, 1921 16,202 Bales New Madrid County to November 14, 1922 16,614 Bales New Madrid County to November 14, 1921 7,200 Bales L. L. CROCKER, Government Cotton Statistician. Dallas, Texas, Nov. 27, 1922 Very favorable weather conditions and an ample sup ply of labor, with the further incentive of rising prices, have again resulted in rapid picking of the cotton ci'op. Souther...

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

' . V ' BF r THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI a. 1 1 li- l'; $575 DELIVERED Beginning late in the spring, and with no new Over lands in the city, we have set a record in car sales. Think of it! Eighteen new Overland cars sold this yeai They were sold on their performance and dura bility record. The good looks, and quality is there, too. We have a demonstrator on hand. Phone us for a lest demonstration. No better car value in America. W. J. DORRIS D. & D. GARAGE HAYTI MISSOURI act STRANGE "PIPE ORGAN" HEARD ON STONE MOUNTAIN A Rinnt "ille organ," with a strange medley of notes, is formed by the long barbed-wire fence thut guartlH the 1,000-foot blurt at the summit of Stone Mountain near At lanta, On., says the Popular Mechan ics Magazine. The hollow Iron posts supporting the wires of the fence have in them slits of about half an inch on the side facing the bluff. These form a series of whistles when struck by the wind. And as the slits are at varying heights and every shift o...

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

JPwty ywt- VIWff n rn.y; jjr. i " 'f ' '? 1 At '' '' W t --JF v . ,,,,,,,,.,, . .. .:,:;,, ,i THE MISSOURI HERALD, HATH, tfflS&iUM WWSk'&V- . tVK? T TWV JAJrTJft ftrt' r y m? ., ,v w .s i). t f -... f j.! Steady Ringing Ready Calling ! Alarm Clocks A new lot of excellent quality Alarm Clocks steady, long ringing alarm or intermittent. Attract ive clocks, some with ra diol dials for night use. Small sizes, large sizes and some without alarms for boudoirs. SDeciallv priced from. $1 to $3.50. 1 t -The REXA1L Store WELLS DRUG CO. The Largest and Busiest Drug Store In the county Hayti, Missouri ,H4'.K,.Hm- SIGNS OF HARD WINTER. . A man whose name we could not learn is in jail here on the charge of having stolen an overcoat from, a traveling man at Hayti Tuesday of this week. The alleged theft hap pened while the tri-city special was waiting at Hayti and the traveling man had gotten off the train for a fow minutes, and while he was gone the accused man is alleged to have stolen th...

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

zmmmSB W!S&SSmmWw ,, '- THE MISSOURI W fl vnntravr k Bf"Vjw'. r KHf , HAYTI, MISSOURI I'TT iS- SfrFv S3- Si V& law r Wr m. I h I -a It It Vt r 16 ( !". M,V l, !, jsmmmmmm, ie& ; rfF SSSSSSSlB 1 n Htria UIlllvV I lh4l?t4H ' ' ' Ry iJjyi Knssma assfspaB iisnrv w m ivii-T tfnw e;w,:i,t DGi f HHksH n LIU LJtiM lUVi &Y.l' iMfl LltsMfc n 02' bw-miw ai i" i nifii hi "zz veil . - i. mH is J J Hf Mp-ii i -n - ' IiJ iiICCi V1!B,MWnvS.V' Lliill!! LflSS, V. I'll .fa. niu .it i i eKST M fr "'ti Mi Wi' Will Daddy brinig some VictoV Records ? Every new Victor Record you take home adds to the home folks' resources of pleasure and entertainment. It's like building a growing circle of talented friends who will call when you expect them and give you of their best. Keep this circle growing and be sure that while you're building your collection, they'll be Victor Records. Why be satisfied with any but the world's best for your home? Our stocks of Victor products arc complete our rooms a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 1 December 1922

THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI Eating is a Great Pleasure Saving is Essential Pleasure and saving go hand in hand when you select your food at our place. Our meats and groceries are unexcelled. Make Eating Both Pleasant and Economical Come to Us for Your Table Delicacies 4 "BESTFORLESS" Clean Sanitary Open to Inspection Best Prices Paid for Produce White Star Market Joe McFall, Prop. Telephone 90 -STRAYED OR STOLEN. One deep red milk cow with white loft flank; one deep red heifer calf, six months old, also white left flank, and one twelve months' old heifer, whlteand red spotted. Undersllt in each ear. Liberal reward will be paid for information leading to re covery of these cattle. R. P. GREENWELb, 3-tf Haytl, Mo. I)r. B. D. Crowe went to Memphis the first of the week, returning on Wednesday afternoon. He drove back in a Ford coupe, which he pur N chased there, making the trip in a iittle better than:four hours. The Doctor was accompanied on the trip by his brother, Andy Crowe. The new...

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

WWU" ...P -JIWWU m. - -, .v. -v tt;W'-&J&,-.VJ'iAXtt,?,''VI''T'T,. $ Zi."c-..JiJ jL .-r JWfii-.-il J'jt JLr' iJ.VT.l' .""J'. 1 AW'SJ.-il li. .'".Attii- Al yfis "i"-i 4yO'5W''' !"? vI4!K'iji, ' 'JaCfw 'SV mnrt Vjf f"S -""v Y "$ - ' ' " vt'-r" 5?V SE Vt(,ViK"; -"jffl.sv; &.? 13$'' JlT - Rft & m ib. - ft f T. 3' , i?: n I 111 . THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYT1, MISSOURI ' ' "" - " II 5v ' ' Mi " The NMliiFH erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager 0. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Entered na eroinUclnn miltrr October 30. 1008. nt the potofflce nt Ilnrtl. Mlaaoarl. nnder the net of Mnrch 3. 1870. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 DIaplnjr, cnlnntn Local, per line Inch .in .05 Mender, per Inch . Local, blnck fncp, per line . .10 Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 O CARELESS MARY. Mary drove her little flivver In a w...

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

&sv. nl j.s. tI You; Don't "Got The Missouri 'Herald, You Don't Got tho Nows. $1.00 a Year VOL. 15 :?SfTf: irywwn T mir I ' lm B8kil I I J ''0 tho I'ooplo, By tha J'S I K A I ml iWi!- H Al1 0 I Pf ' Pcopie:' r"T th0 ie;ifW M 1 Ht3 111 IglBr M IrJI f III F,r8t' 'AMfT.-, esttaggTaiL ..-in. '-JWWM'pll!TZ'TBMMl-F-3i8iiB i '. ; -- "$ ho. s l&s HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1822 j MMMfMflftMM iiymtiBMflyiflyg .t ..:..: KING OTTON 5 J4 'J1 t $$.$ $$ t J $ $ $? 4 A A A A A A A t A fmTAYAPMMWWMl f 8,867,857 BALES GINNED. Total for the Year is Far Ahead of Last Year's Report. Cotton ginned up to Nov. 11 amounted to S,8G7,857 running bales counting 151,578 round bales as half bales, and including 17,715 bales of American Egyptian and 4,737 bales of Sea Island, according to an nouncement by the census bureau at Washington. Ginnings prior to Nov. 14 this year, by States, follows: Alabama 773,217 Arizona 22,178 Arkansas 923,197 California 14,064 Florida 25,547 Georgia 618,173 Louis...

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

ini i-'7M .j jira'j,wummir--vm. law iimL'rmmiimiKP .wn..-; j? wra-M -MflS-SCT.- i ! 1 "Tw .ft'SWn m 'ni.A USEE. vnl-wii if. SI, tld THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI u J- .-,?' FS wr. I' f 14- h I! - V" If 1 $; r p i m m tf. M- .- J y Rain and Mud Everywhere Bad on Cars, too This kind of weather culls for perfect car performance if you use the car at all. It must be in perfect shape. If your car is giving trouble now, bring it in and let us give it a real "going over." We also have parts for Fords. 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 THE COURT HOUSE BONDS ORDERED SOLD HAYTI MISSOURI Dill Pickles, sour pickles, pick- Dates, raisins, currants, citron led bogs feet and kraut, at Duck- peel, orange peel and Jemon peel, at leys'. - Buckleys'. Arthur Allen attended to bust- Hall Puckett made a business trip ness at Caruthorsvllle Tuesday. to Caruthersv...

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

WSvi;' V" W '&$ 'Isi'" - - rf . '". I Sfe "' i - A-rr w. THE MISSOURI HERALD,- HAYTI, MISSOURI 1 i qmmr THE INSTRUMENT OF QUALITY CLEAR "AS "A BELL HJk'X.1" Special BARGAINS K i ' ti ri During December we are. offering special reduced prices on all of the Sonora Phonographs which we have on hand, for cash. Save $25.00 to $65.00 by buying one of these elegant machines now. Turnbaugh's Jewelry Stote Caruthersville Missouri NOTICE! We want pecans and fur. High est prices paid. Sanders 13roB., Haytl, Mo. 51-tf TO THE PUBLIC When you need House Moving or Raising Or Pump Driving Sec mo. I guarantee all'work. .: 4. - f $ R. W. BROOKS Hayti Missouri J. H,'H'4''H''S' FOR SALE. Two Ford touring cars at $100 and ?125. Terms. Caruthersville Hardware Co., Caruthersville, Mo. Miss Tennie l'uckett, formerly a resident here, but who has been liv ing at Blodgett, has returned and will keep house for her nephew, Hall Puckett, connected with the Frisco in this city. Shoes for the entire family. Bu...

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

mm p-S-Sr I ?T, m V ri pPS" ssr Rj- ft" a. & ft ro . s 1 i4 t& IS m W ft t.i ir t t o ' to pWWWW . THE MISSOURI HERALD, ftATTI. MISSOURI 4Hfr44" Bed Room Furniture The new arrivals in bed-room suites will delight you ; here you will find the smartest duo-tone mahogany and walnut combinations, in bow end bed and poster designs. The most elegant qualities will surprise you, more es pecially when you learn the low prices at which we are offering them. Fringed Lace Curtains EXCEPTIONAL VALUES Distinctive models that will give a touch of the novel to your living room or dining room. We show a splendid assortment of newest designs some 48 inches wide $3.15 A Wide Variety of Handsome Rugs flHUFR 0iiiiiiil WL&sViM I llliiffllk. - lillllSW iiMlil!::ii:::l Hlli 11111118 lliH IllSllllillii' 'HK SPq 1 llil I I ill liiiliiL Whether you seek a large rug or a small one, aj low price or a costly one, we offer exceptional choice colorings and patterns so varied that choosing the desired ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 8 December 1922

DON'T WORRY About what you'll serve at the next meal, or where it's coming from. Call US Make known your wants and we will "deliver the goods" before the stove gets hot. We are "Yours Truly" when it comes to "eats," and Who Should Worry? "BEST FOR LESS" i Clean Sanitary Open to Inspection Best Prices Paid for Produce White Star Market Joe McFall, Prop. Telephone 90 .HE M1SS0UB, HEBALD, HAYTI, MISSOUB, ' ' 'Wil 'B ' " " '-" ' """ '" '".' ". -Vitoiiin.il i it m i 11 I ft r i ... t i I TA . ' 3. !. ?!.;".. -i! - I JJij ; i 7 . , -s ". y -"";r't 'Av'.;!.'.'. METHODIST CHURCH. BARGAIN Dodge Touring car, In good shape; new tires. D. & D. Garage, Hayti, Mo. 1 Kohn attended a meeting of the Pemiscot County Exhibit Committee at Caruthersvllle Wednesday nlgnt. The "purpose Is to see that a good dis play of Pemiscot county products 13 on display at the union station in St. Louis and other places. Wanted Men to clear land See W. G. Hagemann. 6-6 pd O. M. Kiest of Lincoln, 111., who owns a l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 8 December 1922

THE MISSOURI HBRALP, HAYTI, MISSOURI IVti m ffiS-F iHJ, frf lili. St ujj!' r!J ;v. 1 H if ir i a- t- j la'- t. V$& w t. ilSF m :. "&.. ' - -' jv"T7mn nrg. r r The M&WFH 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 n ncroiul-clim mnttcr Octnlicr HO. 1DOS, nt the liimdifllce nt Ilnyti. MlnHourli under Hie net of Mnrcli n, 1S70. Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 DlMilny, column Inch .15 IioenlN, ier line .05 Itenderx, per Inch l.ocnlN, block fare, per line .10 Office Phone 04 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 O O SECRETARY OF OIL. O 0 Show Mr. Hughes an oil well and he will show you a pol icy. It does not matter where in the world the oil is, if it is an oil well, Mr. Hughes has noble principles available which will apply to it. Mr. Hughes manages to bear up pretty well in the face of the...

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