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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 April 1922

fr V- iV -w rWVw'PS-!' -wav f It ,wft-')y-" -f?yi $&?! $& to'-a-.- ;,y,vv, , vy vrf : ' f' . 5Hi J ;Tri$gB8 - -Tmmek Jv V WI V .1'SK t- 'j MOTTO Tho Missouri Her aid 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. WANTEB Corrte4tf, It ihall be the ptrpW f The MiMoori HmH t jrint the newi from all parts f the" county, and "oonaqMm dents are wanted horn errery neighborhood. , Good writ' en are furnished 'material, postage and copy of -paper. vR ?r; .$1 VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922 No. 23 VI UNITED FARMERS MEET, MUCH IMPORTANT BUSINESS ATTENDED Farmers and Business Men Come Together in Common Council. Bonded Cotton Warehiusc Discussed. Next' Meeting to be Held at Caruthersville. ,( f ' The largest, most important and best attended County Council of 'Tho United Farmers of America was held in Haytl on Thursday, Fri d...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 April 1922

r. It tife,1.i.qfc ;j:Vvt? ',iiirvv ' v urir u - s. r. SF m r .V I & W fc ISP r ft T V H, ! 1 1-4, V M i t i' i ! r f i ,w THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 'V jzff T"h ttK. The strangest case of hold-up ever known in and around Owl City occured today. Tucker Tightwad, our enterprising real estate dealer, was walking along Gar street when he was accosted by a stranger in a buggy who asked him about a piece qi land he had for sale south of town and urged Tuck to drive down there with him and show him the land. Mr. Tightwad got in the buggy and after they had driven out beyond the city limits Tuck felt himself getting dro(wsy. That is the last he remembers, but when he recovered consciousness lying along side the road as a cow cam'e up and commenced licking him in the face, ho sot up and looked around but the stranger with the buggy had disappeared. Mr. Tightwad felt in his pocket and discovered that his purse containing 97 cents in coppers had been taken and that the strangre ...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 April 1922

J1 .a 3 THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI M i.i.urtcjmK '' . , y ,w Br 4r SfeSpTFTv "V - V !' t & 5W4 DAT ATA CI IDC FOR SALE $2.65 PER 1000 NANCY HALL, PORTO RICO, SOUTHERN QUEEN Potato Slips ready to deliver April 22nd PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW TOMATO PLANTS 80c PER 100 Tenia to Plants ready to deliver now Charles R. Yates Hayti AT HERALD OFFICE - ' Missouri v , t TOKENS OF SERVICE gaaros KVUMSM For 50 Tags or KENTUCKY COLONEL Pictures, One Kind or Assorted, We Will Send Postpaid OUR SPECIAL PREMIUM KNIFE HUNDREDS OF OTHER PREMIUMS For Men, Women, Children Write today for your 1922 catalog good until June 30, 1923 Smith & Scott Tobacco Co., Inc., Paducab, Ky. COURAGE OF OFFICE. & Dr. B. D. Crowe visited homefolks The Baptist Ladies Aid So la Caruthersvllle Thursday, going ! ciety will give an apron and bon- over in a car with Pete Meatte. W.- Mrs. Wood Taylor of near town net sale at Geo. Dorris' store April in. returned homo Wednesday from S. E. Redman of Holland was Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 April 1922

vm - 3- fa ' I - ' " ' i'.VI frs THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI v.-aj ui iSi? ( V Ti L-S J fir. '-4 tMrr t 1 f if 1-1 m I X h 2r I u w. w ffv WHEN tr, In need of Groceries, Dry Goods, Gar den and Field Seeds Farm 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. Give us a call Next door to Post Office Gaither & Stubbs I HAYTI MISSOURI ? COTTON SEED TOR SALE. ' Wannamakcr-Cloveland Planting Seed I will have beyond my own requirements a limited supply of seed of this excellent variety of early, big boll, high percentlng cot ton, saved under my personal super vision to prevent mixing at the gin. Two years from tho originator it remains pure, and is improved by having grown on strong black loam. Sacked f. o. b. Caruthcrsville, $5.00 per hundred. 22-23 H. T. BYARS. COITNTY PROSECUTORS TO GET SALARY RAISE. KILLION BOUND OVER. Judge LaFont of Conran held court in New Madrid Monday ...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 April 1922

rm- -'"vTV":r v ;i x-" f "v " Ny- ---'- 'rfe ' . 'i-J ,'pci-jfw -"- rC"?""' THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. HHHHRHBVHiSS!fl!?S?SMs3BOQHBHnVKir?HI i H rfj " j ' T. Myeaf t'vfflvwdSiaJGPVjtiB $fe -1 i How's Your Ford? Going right along, of course ho need to ask about its "get-there" qualities. But, has Henry been acting just exactly right? IF not, don't delay bringing it to our shop at once. We are Ford experts and Ford special ists. We sell Fisk tires and tubes D. R. DORTCH W. J. DORRIS D. & D. GARAGE HAYTI MISSOURI BRAGG CITY NEWS. Mrs. J. W. Yarbro visited Mrs. Burnett at Pascola Sunday. Brother Clark of Matthews, the pastor of the church hero, filled his regular appointments Saturday and Sunday nights. Brngg City is getting busy. The streets aro being graded and we are going to have a nice little villlgc. We spread dinner on the ground at school on Arbor Day and every child had a part on the program. There were several visitors in the af ternoon and all seemed to enjoy t...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 14 April 1922

? liMi THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI i $ !' The MfeSr H erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POPflAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Unfrrrd nn ncrond-rlnx nintlrr October .'10. 1D0S. lit Ihc noMtofllcc nt Hnytl. MIiourl, under (lie net of Mnrrli .'! 1870. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY Subscription Rates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 DlHiiInr. column Inch .IB l.ocnln, per line -- .05 Itcmlerflt tier Inch Iiih'iiIn. hlnrk fitec, per line . .10 the Father of Waters that bears the floods of northern snows to the Avarm waters of the gulf. Get out of doors. Nobody could lick old man Antaeus so long as he kept one foot on the dirt. It's the same way with all of us. A Spring Day Office Phone 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone . 47 Easter In the spring of the year, when the sap goes racing through the trees and the sleepy old world comes alive a...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 21 April 1922

t (i- wpw s r - W K -v'vfcffiagg' ? rw '" . & &Jffi28 ' .W!W. J ' - j'H 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 MnHHrFI ,t1 '. erald rn, tTV WANTED- CRMfMMi. It shall be the pupeMtf The MiMouri HemH.t jrimt the- newt froM all petto ef the county, tad oemefotfr dents are wanted rem emy? neighborhood. Good writ- era are famished naterial; postage and copy of paper.- i f a tat I Hi f it VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922 FOR COLLECTOR. A. P. (Parker) Kersey, who has made ono of the best collectors Pemiscot county ever had, author izes The Missouri Herald to say that ho would like to have the ofllce another term. His appeal Is to the Democratic voters In the August primary, and being so well and fav orably known It Is thought he will have no opponent in that contest a due and proper...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 21 April 1922

p !. &- WtfySrttIMU'it !ut SwpSBasaiBttacm r"'iv1 K' sw.wr. v.,ft .?; . n i f if'i-i- - w lm ru fcl -' - '- ' .1 ... . . .. .. " 7 ( . . ' I' " nrTrritfjiM.j V - AW " I Fwtfi re -?' is I-' H I 1 A I 21 8 t I .IS l5 hS V-l m m - THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI , BEST Baby Chick Growing Mash 1 0 lbs. for 50 cents Why Pay More? Spot Cash Grocery Hayti Missouri i N. P. CROWELL LIABILITY, FIRE AND THEFT AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE in Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co. Hartford, Conn. For i Box 177 Portageville, Mo. ..,..;..4.4.i.44.4.4..j.;......4.4.4.4.4..J4.j... M. & N. A. RAILROAD U. S. SENATE CANDIDATE SOLD FOR $3,000,000. DEFENDS KIT KLUX KLAN IlarriBon, Ark. The Missouri mid North Arkansas railroad was hold at receiver's sale here Monday afternoon to the Missouri & North ern Arkansas Railway Company, a re-organized corporation composed ot holders of receivership certifi cates, for $3,000,000, the minimum purchase price permitted under the order of the Federal Court dir...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 21 April 1922

If 'ws 'W "C' 'WZ&gmWj&vr-v ":, W "h K 'a THE MISSOURI HERALD, ,HAYTI, MISSOURI NOTICH OF FIMNtt OF VinWEHS ItKPOUT IN DIIAI.NAOK DISTIIICT NO. 18. OP PEMISCOT COUNTY, MINHOimi. Notlco is liorohv trlvnn fn nil tin ran tin In nrnatntl In ihn rAltntiu .i..nMuHj and and other property Included within drainage district No. 12 of Pemiscot -uuiibjr, iUlDOUUIi lU-WIt; to M 3 re D to o to i n &o o a CD CI, n m n o to -i So 3 m ID. L. Groonwny nw or bw nr IE. M. Gcttings no nr sw nr 4 D. Li. Greonwny sw qr sw qr 4 !E. M. Gottlncs bo or sw nr i JE. M. Gettlngs nw qr bo qr 4 E. JL Gcttings bw qr bo qr 115. M. Gettlngs ne qr ae qr . 4 n. xi. ueiungs bo qr bo 4 D. L. Greonway so nr bo nr r. Job. Klinkhardt bo ar nw nr r Nan Trout nw qr no qr 8 Willis Whltolock Mrs. Wm. Smithcrman Floy Pullam nnd Louella Drlecoll no qr no qr 8 O. M. Ktcst sw qr ne qr 8 O. M. Klcst so qr ne qr 8 u. m. iviest ne qr so qr 8 O. M. Klcst nw nr so nr R I O. M. Kiest sw nr ho nr s O. M. Klest so qr so qr 8 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 21 April 1922

P" 'U4!l.U'WIMHM if .. .. ,..?,j....:.-i .......Vi m FWW7WVV "" ""Il'i M"T' II "'MM ,.r. , ii 1..l,.L) ..;, , -.I,,,.,,, ill'riMUlMirMPIMiWMi--- -- llMr Til --- -- ' - j(-ikVialiiW"WLe AnrLKrA&tMrf.tmv --Mtmmigti. "- - 1f.... jf.-f I ,.' . 1 .t. 1 J . . . I .. ... . J .-.. lA. ... .. rT t T 1 it, .4 3$J5gg!P ".v,"".v-';'n'3 a M n fc i" ft t !. I ft 11 Lrv IF- B k-k & Ir w J' w t li 17 ,THE .MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI !0 .88 '3 a A 2 r ,v t . , c g ty re i 8 c S 8 1 ',, I f -. i v Tom Smith AV. 1. Mcntte J. R. Thomas .1. II. Thomas Rupert Holt AV. J. Redden V. .1. Redden Nancy Stanley Nancy Stnnloy Claudia Dlckcrson Claudia Dlckerson Frank Bstos - ' Frank Kates a. AV. DorrlB K. A. Klclcrs Elhclluda Daley M. B. Crlder M. n. Crlder AV. It. Tool's Estate Sam Law .1. AV. Randolph J. AV. Randolph .1. W. Randolph Jt. M. Pickens II. M. Pickens Hnyti leu & cold Storage Co. Hnyti Ice & Cold Storage Co. Haytl Ice & Cold Storage Co. Haytl Ico & Cold Storabe Co. Hay...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 21 April 1922

tr "li,'',w'fl'" ' """'' "W W"rjTr I -.iy i J ' --"WfTvf. ' ftTf - "" l'' , M .'mM1 a tw'a ;s8 ' tj-tt T.a THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI How's Your Ford? Going right along, of course no need to ask about its "get-there" qualities. But, has Henry been acting just exactly right? If not, don't delay bringing it to our shop at once. We are Fofd experts and Ford special ists. We sell Fisk tires and tubes D. R. DORTCH W. J. DORRIS D. & D. GARAGE HAYTI MISSOURI REPUBLICAN POLITICS. New Madrid Uecord: Labi week .the Republican County Court ol Howell county unpointed 17 new now road overseers and took pains to name only Republicans for those places. The custom has prevailed here in Missouri for the past- 50 years not to recognize politics in such appointments, but under pres ent conditions, there being a big hhortago in oillces to be tilled, our Republican friends had to make road overbcers political ofllces. Voileb, organdies, ginghams, and other pretty materials, at Buckleys'. A...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 21 April 1922

If ihTitTTni'ifniMtftft'"1' rrr iVnli v?U is'- IV Iw I h I' ?fr ..-i,-. wtMVtVi4,tl.l'iM.tR' ..,mw' '"WW 'VUSWW rtiir niTHtroiyniriimifn11! i iilr)iUiwiinnwiflilitllViifiiiiiriiiir i-11 ' i1 iiif"-iiiriiiTi( inn-Trrn iMin.nrii.r..t.ln.-ili.lii,n,..ni.i.. n, i.,. . lTLir--''VllJVVA -H P ' " ' VT-T . ' i 7 ti -" Mil' - - n TV y.CT7'ffr-svj93rftj'-tv . . . L .. . .. : ...... - ' rtrt'rt.liT2&$MZi 1 i.X -1 ."y'l'V"'!' THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ' ' -ami - gy The MfsiiftiFH hi V 1 in BBMMBIBpfMBMwwCMnBlHBfci erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. POFHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor Published Weekly, on Fridays, lt Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Ilnlorcd n nrronil-cliiMN mutter Orlolier MlMxoiirl, under the net of Mnrcli .1, 1871). HO, imi.S, nt tlic ltoNtotllce nt Hiill, OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY One Year, outside county Subscription Rates: $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 DlKplnj! column l.ornN, pit line Inch .15 .05 llenilcrM. ii...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 April 1922

ft JJ 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. 1 he iwMHPri r erald " IL J 3&& . .VSSS- 2 1W IK mmmmmmmmm WANTED Correwnibiilw It shall be the purpej::tl iue misaoon nenw w F the news' from all parti? f- the county, and c6rreqitt dents are wanted from every', neighborhood. Good writ, crs are furnished matrjal, postage and copy of pajwr.j m VOL.. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRlbAY, APRIL 28, 1922 N..2i 1 Harding Regime Sets New Record of Failure ODD FELLOWS HOLD SESSION WEDNESDAY AT CHARLESTON TOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Tlurtv-Fifth Annual Meetine of: Southeast Missouri, and One Hun dred and Third Anniversary of Organization. Largest Conven tion Charleston Ever Had. The thirty-lflfth annual meeting of the Southeast Missouri I. O. O F. and Rebekahs and tho one hundred .and third anniversary of tho organi zation mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 April 1922

n Tvft. Ait. jR-i1 u i m ft X r 1 ..i,w f P'ttMtet, WTBSai VJ X" W-N J ,1 8 I V f 1 ! R I! ' i m SA tu . 11?.fraBgjaTr", rfrrTtrrsrraBoaa ' - ' "' "-" " v - v "--"'" "" '- - Ml ii..., ,,,... ,. ,..,.,,,,,.,..,.,, ,, .....iAilB 5 p "" - '"J''fyt,7sm fl THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI to A. J. DORRIS HAYTI, MISSOURI Hardware Furniture r Auto Assessories Gasoline and Motor Oils Goodyear and Fisk Tires and Tubes Felt and Cotton Top Mattresses Filters and Churns Saddlery Rugs A Complete Line of Ranges and Oil Cook Stoves A. J. DORRIS HAYTI, MISSOURI KA SCHOOL DAYS ) INGRAM RIDGE ITEMS. (Intended for last week.) Wo had quite a hailstorm here on the 14th. Some of the hailstones were reported to he as larg o as guinea egges. We had a nice attendance at Sun day school Sunday; we also had an Easter hunt in the afternoon at Mr. W. H. Petty's. A nice crowd of young boys and girls wore present and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves. Dan Shipman of Pascola, with hip family, was visiting He...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 April 1922

ttenr'iynnij ng&m?m :m,', : w.y&w?-?. IWJ IS B 5li I - - -iWV.;, Vtffflmr - 'Jw$B. R T THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI How's Your Ford? Going right along, of course no need to ask about its "get-there" qualities. But, has Henry been acting just'exactly right? If not, don't delay bringing it to our shop at once. We are Ford experts and Ford special ists. We sell Fisk tires and tubes D. R. DORTCH W. J. DORRIS D. & D. GARAGE HAYTI MISSOURI RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION CANADY NEWS. Tho United States Civil Service Commission has announced an ex amination to he held at Caruthcrs ville, Mo on. May 27, 1022, to 1111 the position of rurul carrier at Htiyti and vacancies that may later occur on rural routes from that postoflice. The salary of a rural car rier on a standard daily wagon route of 24 miles is ?1,S00 per annum, with an additional $30 per mile pur annum for each mile or ma jor fraction thereof in excess of 24 miles. The salary on motor route? ranges from ?2,4."0 to ?2...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 April 1922

-e"2UEJ&-4 nTwmjm&-rmlK, t,-i y.r1-T.".--- i.nrvtfrp-r' ..jl rffl jfatiiimlnifcuii UliHimi ni.-i u 1 1 r - iliiMilaniiJirti IWlilthiiXrilMaimtMrtt PHBSj ,fc?tiv .ii i iJn.AiTiti.ic 3. SI "-'-"i ( j nil 1 1 ; nuii iHPnmiimMnKraBPapqnHBasKggBnEnannn l .Mre:rfl.smnrfflffi tttt'im,' -- --' l-l'rt,v')5?3rt'-"' "V -"lHvV"Ji8"r "'.w. "' ".U.?-jr -1 - . . - .. '' ' . (1 " - j-- i. ., iiiiiiiiiiriitmminiiimimni.ii. . -- --- munir ilittrif mnatar ssjcasaariKas - r-i,'i.i irwmnritiiiiiiimiMiiiMiuujiwwiiiiiuiawiiaMgasWBacaMtaaasadLi - , - v . mi.. V - - - -f"! THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISJSOURI '8 J I Su s .43 1 I i i 9 a h IS ip :-v ". XOTICI3 OF FIM.NfJ OK VII3WI3HS ItlOPOllT IX DRAINAGE DISTRICT .NO. 12. Oli" PKMISCOT C'OUNTV. SIISHOUIU. Notice Is hereby Riven to all persona Interested in tho following described land nml other property included within drainage district No. 12 of rcmiscot county, Missouri, lo-wlt: 0 p 3 to to o 3 0 J.01 t $ m n. r& Co m n re!. a i u- e-o c.r o ...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 April 1922

fftSfSpi '-' -rv "j 'tyt'r 'isttiffitf """"- JfJ , THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI . ft :&m . w - $ !0 vi m to i 3 o 1 p s C B xt -i t Tom Smith W. P. Mcatto J. H. Thomas .1. It. Thoinns Runort Holt W. J. Roddon W. .1. Redden Nnncy Stanley miney stanioy Claudia Dickurson Claudia Dlckoraon Krank ISstcs . Prank Kstes l. G. W. DorrlB P. A. Kldors Kthollnda Dnloy M. U. Crldor M. 13. Crldcr W. H. Tcul's Estate Sam Law .1. W. Randolph J. W. Randolph J. W. Randolph 11. M. Pickens R. M. Pickens Haytl I co & cold Storago Co. Haytl Ico & Cold Storago Co. Unytl Ico & Cold StornRo Co. Haytl Ice & Cold Storabo Co. Haytl Ico & Cold Storage Co. J. HI. Ball o n c B to i 'i Schilling Estate or Harry Schilling .1. Li. Dorrla J. T. White Joslo Nunn Josle Nunn M. B. Crlder D. A. Dorrla P. A. DorriH -r I). A. Dorrls U C. AVerlll I C. Avcrlll Mollle Dorrls M. Z. Elllston li. L. Lcllor Ij. Ij. Lellcr Viola Patterson D. 13. and D. A. Dorrls Dollle Dorrls 0. AV. Dorrls G. AV. Do...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 April 1922

"-' ,.T"C"!TBr; . .:. ir--5SPv.V . , . -H --.. i -V,'-.- '.' IMMM '.' .nnHim., H.H,, mm t k-fJ .-.jJL, , " Y iVVvM'vjv-v, vv- V4W- .' - i ' v - " ,. j- aj. - us f ,- t r- Wffcjif Kl x" ' ,v ' "- V'W , " " ,' T -' ' lV "Ij?v',ffVA -- a ' --- - - F.-iih. r ' i - THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAY.TI, MISSOURI 3 s I p I ? t- r ? i 4t .V l u i 7 ls In. P t BEST Baby Chick Growing Mash 1 0 lbs. for 50 cents Why Pay More? Spot Cash Grocery Hayti Missouri - 1 see n. P. CROWELL Ear I LIABILITY, FIRE AND THEFT AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE S in Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co. Hartford, Conn. Box 177 Porta geville, Mo. $ . 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 V V V V V V V V V V V V WOMEN AT CONVENTION DENOUNCE SEN. REED Mrs. W. W. Martin of Fayette Led Attack in St. Joseph Meeting. St. Joseph, Mo. Breaking away from the announced intention of holding an impartial meeting hero members of the State Democratic committee last Saturday, assailed in speeches, Sen. Jas. A. n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 April 1922

ica ' If' fx - fjV" 7 39 33 Ktf I '88 THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 4 . 365 i. Jpr rf ENSIGN WILKES GENERAL PUR POSE HORSE ILLINOIS STATE REGISTER NUMBER 2293 COLLECTOR MAKES HIS ANNUAL SETTLEMENT ."BRASS TACKS" AND BRAZEN IDEAS ENSIGN WILKES Ensign Wilkes, sired by Wiltreno, race record 2:30, he by Wilton, race record 2: If) 14, he by George Wilkes 519. Dam, llcba Wilkes, sired by Truce 7SG9, lie by Onward 1411, race record 2:25 14, sire of Hour! 2:17 Interest 2:18, Shadeland Onward 2:18 12, and others, and he by Geo. Wilkes 518, race record 2:22, sired by Harry Wilkes, 2:13 12. Guy Wil kes, 2:15 14, Baron Wilkes, 2: IS and others, and he by Hambletonlan 10, sire of Dexter 2:17 14, Nettie 2:18, Orange Girl, 2:20, and others. Iteba Wilkes, first, second, third, fourth and fifth dams strictly of Morgan ancestry. DESCRIPTION Ensign Wilkes is a bay hnrno, weight about 1150, two while hind ( leet, heavy mane and tail, good dis position. Call and see him and judge for yourself. En...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 28 April 1922

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