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

.," r f-V( ij- y wvoi' "9 ,i y-''VW'' ? f trick lie Re- nomi- lrd as 7 they licans, . would i they are oi' of it n this lot bo to do emo- utors irty's into light the xinst him, s be hey ther feat niy tion for atic He ilso ing a to by wo ly- id o, 30 ,h to le S 1 'M r m i m MOTTO The 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 bo made for the BETTERMENT of those at the BOTTOM. erald WAHTEIV CorrttyoaJwik It shall be the jraxpote of. The Missouri Herald to print the news from all parti of the county, and correspon dents are wanted from every neighborhood. Good writ era are furnished material, postage and copy of paper. -ksi i 'WVi. fta . ? ?a swS .wfi VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1922 I No. 26 New Political Record Set Politics vs. Dollars and Cents Tho law as provided in the Revised Statutes of Missouri, governing the price and the letting of public notices a...

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. — 5 May 1922

$jV"$.,v'"'?: r-x - . JaB-aHjB4, 1A K A.PL-tMrri u feh a .... & h aira a fr i - Ji L..LijL .in. Ai i . 1 1 1 lfciiUn f-hnrt Ttlhl 'j'll'IJW !! IBrfl !4ijl4L k i.J 1-L- . i .. .. T1" f- ill iTrin?TrTnff1TTtinTniW1 llMWMuMlll'ffttflriraii r - ?. rvnr-'- -rrv,v,rrrwrirr:rr,Xtt, gtry;g3BS)flg5KSfrw,l r ,'l,yw,"y""'",,'"""'",'l,'lw li" ill I.W fr V. Mb r i I ill in. z , ! t IP ? j . r 'I THE MISSOURI HERALD,. H A YTI, MISSOURI ShELLEY I. STILES ANNOUNCES FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ft '5"$ B When a man conies before the pcoulo us u candldato for public of fice, thqrc Is n natural mid just de Hire to know something about his ancestry. "Like father, like son," 1b a phrase which has proven true ho often In showing the inlluencc of heredity, and that it has a guide in judging the character of indi viduals. In this favored Republic, fortun ately, we have no titles of nobility, but each individual is ranked ac cording to his own virtues or faults, and tho qualities wo demand are those of hone...

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. — 5 May 1922

'V'T l '' f- t, w (i a 1 e I it THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 11 i' ' - jWH&'J Only The Beat Attention Does your hair need it? Many persons simply do not take enough time to properly attend to their hair and it becomes stiff, coarse and falls out. A massage with NYAL'S 1IIRSUTONE takes no time and when done regularly, works wonders thickens the hair, softens it; freshens and cleanses the scalp brings brightness and new life to dull, colorless hair. Try it. Price 50c and $1.00 Peoples Drug Store HAYTI If you get it at Peoples Drug Store it's good TELEPHONE 95 MISSOURI TRAVIS-NICHOLSON. - Al. J. Travis and Miss LovJ Nicholson woru married Wednesday. April 20, at 3:00 p. m., Rev. C. C Alexander of Netherlands olllciating with the impressive ring coromou Hicham Nicholson, brother of the bride, acted as best man , with Jlis' Tannic Highlit, bridesmaid. Mis:. Nicholson an accomplished daufth ter of Mr. and J. H. Nicholson north of town, has taught several successful terms of sc...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 5 May 1922

iifflTii.wriai . ' yv tyrr-- vw.' S222 j WJ JPW-IWBJJ . rrr A MWjtOHWiOx T?n2,"?I?.l,',3 '. -it H-'!-.--. ,-, -..,-...-- T' (, .' OMtr-l!M--tfj4kfc3';:W.W . ..- -." ' ii i-TJ,? .-. n i i iiii ii iiii i i i i i f i I ii r i nil r in i ii I mm n 1 wu.u.,wiifmiuilj.uMi?Miwi. ; , ' ,-,. 1 - Ji t .--.,,-.-,-.. , iirrnit'l-rTvrvrii'iT-muijwaH-iw i-r-iMivwvp(.w. un i iiaw jn miijm HU'if VI.ILWflw WVI.'! Vf Jn3ran3l4fJPlft 7r, imiimmmM . ! 3 f , 1 S H "I Cn f cr? vh r fir 'i I n ftlf ii ! is ! If; BV Hi Ji., THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI NOTICK OK FILING OF VimVUllH II IJPOIIT IN 1HIAINAG13 IHSTItlCT NO. 12, OF PEMISCOT COUNTY, MISSOURI. Notice 1b hereby Riven to nil pcrsonu Interested In the following described land nnrt other property Included within drainage district No. 12 of l'omlscot county, Jllssourl, to-wlt: 2 w u fl to 1 CO 1 en- l- o o o o 3 3 to m 1-3 o B a n a c fob p 3 85 S o ' o ltd 5 re p 2 l B 2 m 2 18 18 18 18 18 418 18 18 18 18 18 ::::::: 18 18 18 18 18 1213 1213 12...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 5 May 1922

It '" jSJ THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ' yniiitf. is Mi if "M 9 S3 o CO o Tom Smith AV. P. Montto .1. It. Thomnu , J. It. Thomas , ' Kiltmrl Holt , . . AV. .t.'Ilcdrion V. .T. llcthlon Nnncy Ktnnloy Nimuy Stnnloy Claudia Diokcrson Claudia Dlekci-Hon 1 Frank Kates ' Krnulc listen .- , (l. W. Dorrls F. A. Kldors l'Hhullnda Duloy 3I. U. Older l. U. Crlder AV. II. Tool's ISatato Sam I.iiw .I. W. IliiiHloInh J. V. ltandolph .I. W. ltandolph It. at. Pickens It. ai. PJokenH llaytl Ico & cold Storages Co. Ilnytl Icu & Cold Storaco Co. llaytl Ico ft Cold Storngo Co. Havtl Ico & Cold Storabo Co. llaytl Ico & Cold Storage Co. J. AI. liull Schilling Estate or Harry Schilling .I. L. Dorris .I. T. AVhito JnHie Nunu Joslo Nunu ai. B. Crlder 13. A. Dorrls D. A. Dorrls D. A. Dorrls L. C. Avorlll L. C. Avorlll aiollie Don Is AI. '.. KlllHton L. L. Letler v " L. Li. I.uller Viola Patterson D. 13. and D. A. Dorrls Dolllo Dorris O. AV. Dorrls 0. W. Dorris Joo aielton N ai. B. Crl...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 5 May 1922

IIf Wf??'' ,! 4 4T'TAn,'gMfwwH,w'' t nw.fiyy .3w sv:' ''vfttfi"'; yjrjjTt't '-'& .- )' " U ';' -""" .-w .--j-, y,.,....Ff.. . .-.r. ,v,fn, ,.;-, ; irxi:.,?.;, ' ir -.,. j- - , . , THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI '' i?s m Iff f Is li L I Kg s ' 8 a 1 $ V il li -Summer Comfort-:- II Comfort in summer depends largely upon what you have next to your skin. If your underware is cool and has that soft carressing feel than the hottest weather will not distress you. Ladies who wish to be cool this summer can attain their desire if they wear handy Sealpox or Kerry Kut underwear. Men can enjoy the same comfort and convenience if they wear Kerry Kut Hayti Buckleys' Store Missouri r & (Tliis store is I fie autfjorizetf resident tfcaCer for -xk. ,S&te(gK THBlloVALTAILORS.OJ0Vtwgr. J $JffggK ' uSwrtPMvyrcrcrw tfojjo 'Tallorctl-to-M-aiure SnUs and Ovcioat3 tcfrnrNTrwre&S? (' CIVIC LEAGUE OFFERS PRIZES. At its meeting Tuesday night the Civic League voted to olTcr two prizes o ?f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 5 May 1922

t '& v ST?' tf, - v.rf THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI ;jM tut '? v 1 Ftfi; $ 1 I 12 ? & i - 9 t 1 V FREE SAMPLE m 7W v n-ifc iv IV !X Its Oatmeal Finish Takes Paint Perfectly Not only h Corncll-Wood-Board much less expensive than lath aud plaster for wall's, ceiling and partitions but Cornell's "Oatmeal Finish ' is the most fashionable and attractive effect produced in wall board of any kind. Another Cornell excellences thc"Mill Primed Surface" that takes paint perfectly without a priming coat. And the ''Triple Sizing Process" which protects against moisture, expansion and contraction con tributes to Cornell's unrivaled rigidity and strength. For repairing, remodeling and new con struction come to us for Cornell and the other high quality building materials that we arc prepared to supply you with. Our revised prices make building more attrac tive than at any time during the past two years, jo call, write or phone today. east ark. lumber co BILLY NETHERY, Mgr. Hayti, Mo...

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

iVa.tfVTijBiMtrtwfr- . virj 2!ii" n ITS-fAv IJ i: F? yy-yffay ! W 'h-fltt !'y lv-,gnn,w-tfT" rtfJv yy . ! i t, If M S It H !' i (1 it k fr 13 o IK Hv It i u 8! ii Si 1' " B THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I he Misscr H "-n" Tgfilpg,1 In J LWI i i 5 r 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. Ilnlrri'd n nrrnnil-rtiiNN ninKrr Oi-liilu-r !!(. 11MIS, nt tile liiiKtiilllcc lit Illljll. MIxNOtirl, tinilcr (lie net of 3lnrcli .'!, IST1I. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 UlNpliiy, ciiliiiim Inch .15 HcikIctn, prr Inrli .SB l.iirnlM, per Hup .05 I.ooiiIh, lilnck ttivv, per line .10 Office Phone 04 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 History Repeats Itself When scores of Republican towns and cities elected Dem ocratic mayors last November, the administration leaders said...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 12 May 1922

55557' "i if ""'5 -1, " .4'-W. TV,,1 -! iblcd, natoi fit of ayer. j ben with of 25 The 5 lost ty to i bill idcnt from MOTTO Tie 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. lhe MMHWri Ml m j,Airvj.m M ir :. ' - i-j-mp.rm ,V.rfcSi " ' J erald WANTED Correspondents. It shall be the purpose of The Missouri Herald to print the news from all parts ef the county, and correspon dents arc wanted from every neighborhood. Good writ ers are furnished material, postage and copy of paper. VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1922 No. 27 LostNot Yet. Court House Bonding Contest Case Appealed As announced in these columns last week, the court house con test has been appealed. It has been announced "lost" many times, but always has the habit of finding itself. It has as many lives as the pro verbial cat. They may sandbag it, kick ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 12 May 1922

H.''.'TOT WWBCT If 'irWti5f?M" 111 ! I ,!!, M I a rigf r1 I I 13- ",!- - -f MMM n ii i mmfni ii .in, n i. ), .m.n.Miilinn.imi..wiM i t i. in m.. i tf - y -- -- y ' .. n f-B. I. i i .Mil 1 1 rmif i nr i nrn-n Td i -i iii" rT""" T "" T m m MMaMMaiMMMWCMM)WW f 's( - . . iiWuiniiw wii Hi) rtw niMimiwanwmlrhw agjasasssttrrryq i.n - - -t i. -.... ....-.. &: j f -.,..,.i.. iiiii!iiiiiiiyViiriliiiiiiiriiiiriiitrnmiTmitfmiwifr''t'Tii,Tiii)ii'iiiiiiiiiiiii ,,...KvJy,.,'..Tt'ar- iiftfiai MinhMh f ufamWWWIlMrftftHlillIM 1HM I HmrfiHuiitwh UlWtlirWiTfr T '"nw 'r"?a4,'?- hhhihwi KiWiWnrfi'inriwwrwmw THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I'l I I ' '. - -lJ.' -V g?V f lJ-' iL "' The KtiliyiBFH "-: LJHOpmnn- "J erald 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. Ilnlrrrd tin nccnnd-rln mnKrr Orfiilirr :iO( 1IM)S, nt Ihc lio(imcc at Hnytl, Mlimniirl, under (lip net of Mfirch :t, 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 12 May 1922

-y t'B'Twri(flj?'i'wji ; tp 'Vi?W'W-Cf?' """Ww " Jf" - !mlmf 5-j 'S 1 ..a V &; I Pursuant to that eommand the Democratic Congress on August 24th passed the Free Tolls Act It also provided that United States trans-continental railroads must sell their ships. Tho purpose was to force a reduction of railway rates by water competition. The Canadian railroads still owned their ships, and, naturally, wanted to operate them through tho canal freo. ThlB would, of course, give the Can adian roads an advantage over tho American roadswhlch had sold their ships. The Canadian roads, through the British Government, protested against free tolls for American ves sels unless they were also granted freo tolls. Secretary of State Knox forced the admission from Ambassador Bryco that the British claims could not be sustained. About this tlmo Senator Root made a speech declaring for the repeal of the Free Tolls Act. Thero was cir culated, through the Carnoglo Insti tute, 1,750,000 copies of tho speec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 12 May 1922

M3ff'TM."";M'i",.":i"l'' .". f" '; ' i i "I . Mm ' n... r V. .iJi.ni'. 1..!. ,.,.....t., )i u i)m:MMU.jj!jMiuiiMiiigjii!iiii5liMiiijiiiiiiMi iTi iiiwiwiiii i Ii nWifMrlftTn tHi i 1r ifflil Jrr'irr. fe4,y,.;i i,Ja.l,",i.ia.'V"i ..i'i")i?y i Vnnj )iii i n " gny ""l.1" "M",' '"! '" '''J1.' " y , T k " i "T " ' ' " ?:h,ttiiiTi-nlJatitfitflii.i.i-M..i4l.i.il r.:.,v jr-fcw.y-y m .-?Vy I- 'vfftfifiw-ii: fcH)MIHIH;WIWJtg'WM X SUPPLEMENT TO THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MO. SENATOR JAMES A. REED OPENS HIS CAMPAIGN FOR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION IN SPEECH AT MOBERLY He Defends His Record and Outlines His Platform and Issues for the Coming Campaign PEOPLE ENTITLED TO KNOW THE TRUTH C( If a Spirit of Tolerance Prevails; If We Take Counsel" of Wisdom, the Army of Democracy Will March to Certain Victory," He Says Moberly, Mo. Democratic success ought to Insure n return to the old policies under which lmve been pre served the liberties of the people, the rnnrcli towards centralization nnx'sted, the contr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 12 May 1922

Vr ' m i "jr 1 Kb ri i"H. 1 r. 'j s m ftitfCT WSb m m f " 'J? l -Wi'ij d THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI m .vmz arettes 111 cig I PsslM iu Tfcey are Good! Buy this Cigar Ate and Save Money PEMISCOT FARM BUREAU NEWS Why Join the Farm Bureau? (Dennis Murphy, President Don Hommo County, South Dakota, Farm Bureau.) oaMcmr1 OBSOLETE WORDS. Every time, we read a Harding speech wo look for Harding English, consisting mainly of rescuing ob scure words from the oblivion to which old Doc Noah Webster as signed them, and if it be not "un seemly" in us to say so, never yet have we suffered any "involvement" in disappointment, speaking after the manner of "normalcy." Recently, reading President Hard ing's speech on Gen. Grant, we stum bled on Mr. Harding's latest pet word, "chcrishment," and wo sup pose it will have to be added to the Harding gallery of lost words. Dr. Webster clearly bays the word is "obscure." We suppose that is ex actly why President Harding used it. We wonder if the tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 12 May 1922

i-".a.- S WtfwfivWT'lm "J'iy ' , "ul'v i T TEW " v "" !" yWfflMflgg .-, BuMggaifc mTji a" iT"!iiJi'ri,ii,ii?aMtrtinHirf if1 AMnWMpMWMIA iT-r-lTTJ "ww r -(" THE MISSOURI HERAXD," HAYTI, MISSOURI ." I" hi i i .4..$XK"K V t 1 t r First Showing! j 5: The New Straws are here all the new shapes and weights which the well dressed man appreciates. Nothing will freshen your apearance more than a new straw hat. Step in Today $2.00 to $5.00 : WATCH OUR WINDOWS HAYTI i KTmw watch ur 1. IVVj'Oll WINDOWS The Quality Store MISSOURI "? PLAY A SUCCESS. "The Dear Boy Graduate," a play put on by the Eighth Grade of the Grammar School last Friday even-1 ing, was a decided success. Each pupil in the cast proved to he the "right one in tho right place," all giving evidence of excellent train ing. Tho play was put on at Brag gadocio Wednesday evening and drew an appreciative audience. ..'lF oin "1 paxjui Annans v. ojoav xoin ojiii omn U B500 -JI OAHOOlISJOd JllO uiojj iin joquiam joiijo oin uo ij Ai oj 2u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 19 May 1922

f " rr 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. ThcTMflMPH erald WANTED Correspondents. It shall be the purpose of The Missouri Herald to print the news from all parts of the county, and correspon dents are wanted from every neighborhood. Good writ ers are furnished rnaterial, postage and copy of paper. A v 4 $ VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1922 No. 28 II m 3 E? I'ifis m m m Ml al w K" m Rottenness of Politics and Wastefulness of the County Funds Nothing is politically right which is morally wrong. Daniel O'Connell Tlio Board of Equalization, alius the County Court, last Monday mud s another political letting ot the coun ty advertising. This court has tried the same on at leant three other oc casions, und this being the (fourth attempt it nmy be their last for awhile. It is the worst of all, un...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 19 May 1922

1 gram; set I'atvjaLMTJyj UJUVHTt mmmMmmmmmmmmmeMmmm&mmiimmmmmiwjmmwwMMMwujuMJumiu.mxn sWiiWatffl'rRafciwi iceii MMMMMlrtsmMMapiip MMM lrj9SE22iS2i If n THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI TOKENS OF SERVICE 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 & Scoff Tobacco Co., Inc., Paducah, Ky. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Democratic Tioket Wo nnnounco tho following as can didates subject to the Democratic pri ir.ary held Tuesday, August 1, 1922'. For Circuit Judge C. E. BRAGG HKNKY C. IULEY KOH Prosecuting Attorney S. V. MEDL1NG SHELLEY I. STILES For Circuit Clerk KItNEST A. LONG For County Clerk FRANK BAIRD For Representative ' HANS E. UOEKNER For Collector of the Revenue 'A. PARKER KERSEY For Judge of Probate Court V. E, (Ed) GOTCHER n. II. SANDERS For Recorder of Deeds HARVEY E. 'AVERILL JOHN W. GR...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 19 May 1922

t WV"' 'jMftntwt) ' Ubir- vr tw 2i I m 2 I Cnl NEW CITY BUILDING. Haytl is soon to huvo 11 now brick city building, located on the south oast cornor of tlio public square. (Several days ago the council sold tho old city Jail property, located one block cast of tho square, to P. S. Ha venstoin. Tho price was$500. Fol lowing this transaction a deal was closed with G. W. Dorrls for his old "Buckhorn" property, located as abovo stated. The price was $750. Tho difference for the city to pay, therefore, is $250, and $50 of this will omo from tho sale of the old building. The slzo of tho Dorrls lot 13 37x150 feet. The slzo of tho lot sold by tho city being but 50x150 feet, and located, us stated, a block oft the square. It appears a good bargain was derived. Mr. Raven stein needed tho city property and the city needed u homo for its vari 0115 departmnlts, on th square. This mutual need facilitated the trado. The old "Buckhorn" will be torn down and the new city building erected on that lot...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 19 May 1922

muiaiKrnuxtom . j.u,.-wnr',4ikXrvVrrt&im!iW ia 5Uw..i.. ; ! !, ;, iMW-marnr r ; htc ww .rin.iii)r.ii.vt-T--wT- ' ts -; . -i. - kttw- r m-mri"- - -5 -n nnriH77W""H TS 'Twf. wv ';?' ' -.-- i.f, . gr- ; 3 attttm . .' ...... .:, , 1 . i....i.,ij; il ravw'VifWf','''' '. - 1 - - ""Wniiliiti 1 1 1 ' ' ' -- , kS It 1 '. J' ' J 'i i , v . ; r , f H I 13 13 13 13 I. (f THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI a 1 ' . "5? ! t 5" Still the original process. Body and ffi&WF, not alcoholic content made Budweiser th& favorite. And foody and t Hav3ff are the same today. Ill Budwetser WHO ARE THE PEOPLE? air ANHEUSER-BUSCH. INC.. ST. LOUIS Hayti Ice & Cold Storage Company Yhotcsalc uistnouior Hayti. Missouri THIS HITS MOST EVERYBODY. Folly is sweet while it lasts, bu? the taste is bitter when we pay tlu price. While our troops were light ing for victory in France the rtst of us were fighting for dollars at home at least the majority of us? were. Money literally poured intc America from o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 19 May 1922

f if- M 5 3? I , ' ' JilSl 'SWi wi'Saai;' . '..J THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI W cigarettes sssl bsh sbBh BH BH BH rfJfS? rvifc A year ago almost unknown Today a. leader A sweeping verdict for QUALITY StfutumnxuaxasuF CHARGE STATE OFFICER WITH DRY VIOLATION Food Commissioner Prather and Brother Accused of Running Stil1 liloomflelil, Mo., May 12. Charle. F. Prather, State Food Commission er, and his brother, John G. Prather were charged with violation of thr State prohibition law In information filed here by Judge J. L. Fort of De ter, Mo., a special assistant to Attor ney General Barrett of Missouri. Commissioner Pmther has fur nished bond of .$1000, but the war rant has not yet been served on his brother. The brothers are proprietors of a hardware store at Advance, Mo. In the informations the men arr charged with possessing and operat ing a still, having mash in their possession and manufacturing and transporting, selling and giving away whiskey. Prather was appointed State ...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 19 May 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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