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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 26 May 1922

"t''S3TTW, fflfflMllfrWMMBriWWTTfBWHBBfwWIiy VI 1$ I I Art ls? lift & 11 ? a E m I i fCS It You Don't Get The Missouri Herald, You Don't Get the News. $1.00 a Yeari r ' The KDMHIrri - ".J, J .J.1UII.M-.LL ' 1 . 4 V 11 " erald miw $t$m$ ' J - .MJ 'JFl " V" SH 1 MLf 'wj "Of the People, By the m i-eopie, uor mo teopio, $ Flnt, Last, All the Time: " -, VOt. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922 No. 29 Court House Case Appealed to United States Supreme Court "Thrrp Ik no don In the liole world o hide n rontiiM ooiiinilt n crime mid the enrlh Ih inndp of ulnnM." Dmc-mon. The stealing of the court house bonding ele'ctlon by stulllng the bal lot box with over -1500 illegal votes in the two precincts of Caruthars villo September 9, 1919, is yet a live issue. The perpetrators of that deed of blackness, after almost three years of desperate effort, have not yet, been ablq tp cover up the corpus delicti. The stark body of their as sassination of man's most priceless heritage, his right t...

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. — 26 May 1922

I'V? S illlMWIWmilHWOJUiMWWlUCTAWlJJlHi) l ". fyV ' l??3$SSii 1 ' V & . y I I I. r I THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 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. Hnlcrnl nn xcronil-olnnH mntlrr Orlolicr .'to, 1IMIS, lit the lioMolIU-c nt llhjtl, MIxKOiirl, liiicliT tin- net of Mnrrli It. INTO. OFFICIAI NEWSPAPER OF PEMISCOT COUNTY One Year, outside county Subscription Rates: . $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Dlxiilro. column Inch .IT. Lornlv, iirr llnr .0.! Itcndrrn, per Inrh .2ft I.ornUt lilnck tner, Iirr llnr .10 Office Phone Editorial, Night Phone Residence Phone 94 80 47 NO ACTION TAKEN IN KILLING. A dispatch from Caruthersvllle to the Capo Girardeau Sun under date of May IS, says: No action lmil been taken lute to nlKlit ns u result of the death in a Mom phis hospital Tuesday nlKht of J. rf. Loc1b.t of near Huisk City, wlio wiim Eliot ilurliiK a...

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. — 26 May 1922

A jytv "-T'V "V tr?(!Mif m m tyia M BSD mm. twniiw m SVJ IH PS' mm ?; THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI -W: ifi',tri (M'i garettes 6m m mH lllci Umrnk A year ago r almost unknown 1U Today a leader A sweeping verdict for QUALITY HOTTEST PLACE ON EAETH IS DEATH VALLEY, CALIF. Ten years of records obtained at the United States Weather Bureau substation at Greenland ranch In Death Valley, California, indicate that this is the hottest region in the United States, and probably on earth The average of extreme maximum temperature reported to the United States Department of Agriculture since 1911 has been 125 degrees F. At Greenland ranch temperataures of 100 degrees F. or higher occur almost daily during June, July and August. The hottest month on re cord is July, 1917, when the mean temperature was 107.2 degrees F. But the temperature of 134 degrees F. observed on July 10, 19i:, ib be lieved by meteorologists to be the highest natural-air temperature ever recorded with a standard tested...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 26 May 1922

.a ij'yj ( fffrsswWM THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI & ! f W L k Pi fe. iK' KiJfi ,Mb K'.I re- V i) If! FIE 1 You Can Secure Roger's SIL VER WARE Without Charge By Trading With Us Tell Your Friends About this Ex ceptional Offer. Save Our Cards They Are Valuable. Wells Drug Co. HAYTI $ MISSOURI -Big line of the famous Sherwin-Williams paints and varnishes. Attractive prices. Relnhard-Mc-Mullen Lumber Co., phone 63. Bill Terrett of Ingram Ridge was in town Saturday seeing after busi ness matters. Water coolers in three, four and six-gallon sizes. Leiler Harlware Co., lfaytl. tf Emerson fans, oscillating and non-oscillating. All sizes. Letter Hardware Co., Hayti. tf Fred Webb, who is attending vo cational school at Poplar Bluff, spent several days here last week visiting homefolks and friends. Blounts True Blue plows and cotton scrapers. Leiler Hardware Co., Hayti. tf YOlir WantS Can be supplied at our market. We are here to serve the people and Olir lUrpOSe Is to treat them s...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 2 June 1922

&Wf&ye-&,w$?,y-r' r- . ,. W T $$'" ,- ' SM .fW ISy- - , , .i, !U IS S'lff lSB5 m iHV-f imi as i M .' V if &? (V rass Ad -J 133 I ? 0W est &nE MBMiMlMaMMMMHM-.aMMM I 1 I TTl T - I a ' MMMaMWWMMMM If You, Don't Get The M lm MUSMXSIi&Sm I Missouri Herald, Yqu H IH I H- BMByBipWBflKBMHW' H""l Get the News, i $1.00 a Year H H B"- I WM I TlKMlKMMp H erald "Of tho People, By the " People, For tho People" First, Last, All the Time. ' VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922. NO. 30 ARKANSAS GROCER CO. BANQUETS HAYTI BUSINESS PEOPLE M- - r.- Luncheon and Smoker Given by Arkansas Grocer Co., and Ser ved by Ladies Civic League a Big Affair in Hayti. The get-together luncheon ami smoker given by the Arkansas XJro-' cer Company, under tho auspices of the Hayti Chamber of Commerce and Business Men's Club, and served by the ladles of the ivlc League, was a success in every detail and from every standpoint. In the social and business affairs of Hayti the occasion marks ...

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

I"f II -; II t The MnHflBrH ifj.lL , --JU-LMMtimMW-UJM-:.ssamemm I K' it' IT . ': fcl . ' f I P- IS 4 h I V M J i IK yvi ri;r"iT'-rP,r,''K1 &' "'"" -' BJWguSKj vwy r THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI erald THE HERALD PRINTING CO., Publishers 0. FOPHAM, Sole Owner and Business Manager C. S. YORK, Editor r f -"?. r Published Weekly, on Fridays, at Corner Fourth & Broadway Sts. Knlrrcil iin im-rninl-plna ninllrr Oclolicr SllMNOiirl, iimlrr llio ncl of Mnrcli .'I. 187l. SO, lltos, n( lu- tioNtollicp nl Ilnyll. Subscription Bates: One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Illnplti). column Inch .15 llrnilrrM, per Inch ."." l.ocnlx, per line . .05 I.ociiIn, black fiicc, per line .10 Office Phone 1 94 Editorial, Night Phone - 80 Residence Phone 47 AN UNPLEASANT DUTY. It Is an unpleasant duty for The Missouri Herald to publish facts that almost kicks th'e livers out of some of its personal friends. The court house bonding election steal, for instance. That 1ms a vi...

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. — 2 June 1922

w5??7?ip'i THt 7"a "S" f "c THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI WW'UMftSipf' 'Mtww-Wit?;- J-f V!ffiSS!17?wra - J" I .'. J j& V V""r" '?'( ".VTr.Ji.iTiC 'i' ",r- f liVfi!W,'i,''; ' V'ism $3 'lESj m E? H s'M il Sffl r!l ?B lM ? 3W MS- v M Sim ?-, s El WBA tim m m U m. m m . I Your Market Here, you obtain only the Choicest of foods and fruit for the 3ummer table, and for picnic parties. Cold Luncheon Meats Vegetables in Seasen Fancy and Staple Groceries Watch next week for our big FREE offer it is worth $65.00 to you. Moore Brothers aamtarv iviarRet i txr Phone 142 Free Delivery " FIRE INSURANCE THAT'S GOOD L. C. AVERILL Catarrh Cannot Be Cured With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as thov cannot reach tho seat of the disease. Catarrh la a local disease, greatly In fluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine is taken internally and acts thru tho blood on tho mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Med'.'lne was...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 2 June 1922

'? "" v- ".- , - n i i T rini Mil infcll MMi fill all in i-""T' fc M , , T. ... - .-"I, 'HI ... . . iM7." ' .7'" ""v vr'v"' PiWWMiWWKtawafcl'tiiMI14lMMliMMPltMJtMIiri!WIHl,MtiyjMMWIWJtJl?WMMgUMI WllWJWBTMgBJim " tyewrnFr vwMvxr ' "l" WWNFr v ; -jw ' , 5ffs!5l5l,39l9K3Kr T T""', KWuy.aiiiifcivVMit;wii;iif1 trJr' t-XJS5S75(-wr3KRvv(?reS5C.VnKWr ?!a 'w.i.h. -3,-. .!. ..., -.-.' - . . j1 ''""ppMiMHHiani ij3jfci'riA'-iJii-ixfiffi.fis.i n trtitri. ns i i.r J'j 4-.-. tL , ..-v.. . - k ..., i "' " . I Lm m Wi ) JJ ilT 'q i-... SsWSBfej! I, THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI I j Bi i SWIM KAPS From The SttaJUL Store Add that Touch of Nicety to the Fash ionable Appearance of the BATHING GIRL This year's creations abound with Chic Styles Plentiful Colors Variety of Shapes Caps for the Little Folks as well as Pure Gum Divers for Men Make Your Selection Before the V.-ic-ntion Trip While the Line is Complete. i FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE. Wells Drug Co. 23l McaSJL Storm t HAYTI . MISSOURI X t HAY ...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 9 June 1922

I in m m. m us m I m 'Urn. fc&k m am, fF Wi 5$K 11 S5S? si I '.mWC kk&l Bvl Iaw5 IsStK tss. Jm II IS lass lrf II IMS E&S5 m M 6WR a i --Mil !-,' If You Don't Get The B lm MMBgiBgg8qgC!gB I Missouri Herald, You Don't H H- I H H9flHH&HHHSlM' H-HHlfl Get tho News. $1.00 a Year H I MB"" I W I B PfSWfpBfcj I I - in mi in YfuMBahJi BflBHfcliMMMMBS53BHMBiMx3JK VI " ' ii . , im erald Is -41 "Of the People, By tho People, For tho People," First, Last, All the T.'we. ' VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922 NO. 31 ???????? It sometimes becomes necessary to shoot Into a camouflage. Per haps tl is not a good idea to shoot every time a bush move3, or a leaf rustles, or a twig breaks. But if we are Journeying in a dangerous jun gle, which lions are known to in habit, and we get a glimpse through the entanglements of undergrowth of home beubtllke body, it is not the best policy to go poking around that particular spot, and while yet in doubt take tho supposed lion by the tai...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 9 June 1922

p &&&T&S&q&PVi&Fl v,, v- r-p -r--. ::. 'I , . rJLJjjTT ! , , jT.'TrTT-T?:, ,.,v. .- . .- ares ''irt I k' Jfl R? a .rf SU '. ! 1VJ THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI MJ- ,IW tr. i B I'- V r l ! r r , I. & it. V .? I !! TTi'iTii wr- 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. i:ncrril tiH ftrrfiinl-eltiN mutter October ".(. 1SMIS, nt the imimIiiIIUm- nt llnjtl. Mlfcxotlilt under tin net of Mnrrli :i, 1871). Subscription Rates: , One Year, outside county $1.50 One year, in county $1.00 Ulxplny, roliiinii Incli . .1. Itrntlrri, per Ineh .2." I.ocnln, per Hue .05 I.iiciiIn, lilnek (nee per line .10 Office Phone 7 94 Editorial, Night Phone 80 Residence Phone 47 c IS REED RIGHT OR WRONG? "The test Is," said Senator Recti in his speech at Springfigld, "not whether I agreed with the President but whether 1 was right or wrong." That, ...

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. — 9 June 1922

' wW, & V,m' A '!- y. , "CtlA '(' 'W mi mrW 'is ,, s , wwtWx&Xf& , " jy 5X1 ,"M THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI . PEMISCOT COUNTY'S NEW MAP. Through thl8 column wo arc ox tending our thanks to tho citizens and institutions who supported ths making of a high-grade, photollth i graphic map in colors, mounted on cloth, of Pemiscot County. Thcso progressive people made it possible, by the signing of a contract with us for one or more maps, for tho county to bo proud of and enjoy such n high class map, which very few counties In tho Mississippi River Delta pos sess. Without tho Bupport and" assist ance of thcso people tho map could not havo been made. Very few re alize tho great valuo and conven ience of this up-to-date map. Many school districts subscribed because they know that tho children should begin their geography with their county and know how to interpret this map. This map will contain all topographical features, with the 'names of landowners. And In tho end wo...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 9 June 1922

I ? SI I I 5 J !! I M f lf r i i ft i ips&iri Bj' lr "s ,JJ i "-' f' ' V- 65. P la i af II ! 'I J "W :: aMH - -..PBIfilSB I 'ft 1 3S5HfcB & A ( ' tmrflfilMm 3-iP!aBHI i a (i awfiflllBgL s&&M 1 1 ii Pp i M V ' ' ii ft S h d 8 ll'wHll'"''llVIUllilll im-M,.'!!! IMMMMU HIWljW L'J.lgJi'MlMM'inrnHMfflnttrMiliHnHT)iMriTiiiiriii n.imfc.nj,. "" -rbnii.n will nil 1 1 i.up. mi. "" uiijp.mt. iYW-jt'7 V M H ii ij mnj j ! i . i u MWt iiMyuapMMwriyPWWUwMtiiMa! w "t'BBB!iil JIMPWyWWWWii)lWiiiii"MM nil ii u m .unmm i TTTrTJT ',l1rtTirt.g iMtfM.iJi IT " THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI MISSOURI ! I I SPECIALS FOR JUNE ; X Kitchen Cabinets $34.75 Large solid oak kitclion cabinet, with flour bin, white enameled in side. Genuine porcelain work ta ble; a very high-grade cabinet. Regular $39.75 grade Special $34.75 Oil Cans $1.69 5 Gallon oil cans with pumi3, made of heavy galvanized iron. $2 25 grado Special $1.69 Oil Stove Wicks Wo have wicks to fit any made. Special price oil stove 35c or 3 f...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 9 June 1922

r wavts?Asisa,i -. i5 P? .V. f If & & to & aw !ss Mi $fi? I sM fSJi ffift? EHH: SSW! ?V4 TV 3S ! u fll SJf III ws w x& tj&t mi fliisa i m rTrtfitl su i'(l m m M j r$ ii ESt , ?Vt. CTSttra ft ' "' J. e r ' A ' vrj THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI 4.t,t4.t DOWN goes f Ae prices of meats. These prices effective June 10thy on Sirloin steak, 11). l?c Porterhouse steal:, lb. 18o Round steak, 11). 18r. Chuck steak, lb. 12 iion Short ribs, lb. c Deef stew, lb, JQc Choice rib roast, ib. , ,,. loc Chuck roast, lb. Un Hamburger, lb. 10c Lard, home-rendered, lb. IQq Pork chops, lb 22c Pork steak, lb. 22c Pork Hums, lb. 18c Pork sholilder, lb. l(c Pork Roast, lb. ..a. 18c Pork sausage, lb. 18c Bacon, lb. 27o Salt pork, lb. 18c GHOCERY SPECIALS For Saturday Only Flour, best $1,10 Meul, sack 45c Corn,, 2 cans H 2bc Peas, 2 cans 38', Split beans, lb 5c Poaberry coffee, lb 2fi. Bread, per loaf 9c Baked beans, 2 for 15c India relish, 20c size 10c Apple butler, 10c jar, 3 for 2...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 9 June 1922

w 3BF3 pf -4 ? j XVir M' r f- vsr P ft ''itH'y1,' 'vyy'wSt'jgft' -v-' rjr MwwTK"P,l:h(? ' HiMlMHWIUllWJMIWWJiliii Maa,B0Mi tiwrWWgMW!MiitMMcwngiiiyy gsgBg! (r"' " cy ' vj- Ti i 1 4 .t'srrwsn' " wt?' iTJYTAJJKgj;" ';." 'VI ! T!JKSS;'l''ll"''"""''' "'7" "I ,.,1. ..,... .. . t -?' r tr .!. 'Wp (nt ""i'?l'r'"w 51""" f '? sj" J "rjyfi sflffjyg1'' WMWWHWIWIIPiWWBWIWIilPWiBIPWIWIIIiWilW Mmimi uc t Kf yyjj'r v lyffftfor tto3 - w "vSTJBPf " rA , i,w fuwiriraj'- H ' tf THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI t n M t J- w .vJ w IS 5 ( s 1 ijg' fe lt- e JH - ? ifc .1' 54 Ift 5 f' it t No Saving Can Compensate the Buying of Cheap Goods No doubt you will agree with us that price should be the last consideration when it comes to the purchase of important drugs and remedies. The same is also true when applied to high grade sun dries which are offered for sale in the best drug shops. Quality and Service are guaranteed to our customers then we base prices on the most approved methods of modern merchandi...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 16 June 1922

1Hmvpicm .. ..!,''"J' j'li'.'" .1. ... .. ii . . ------m'mmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmaBmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmummimi i r T i TiiW Mmmit hi lllftiT frUTIM'ril TiWHIMrtiMa lTi l -" "" ' 'iMit.. ,- ' -ir rr I'M imi mi I lit n-rTili'1i",nft"r'-mi-i- - -lit 1 I urn mil I. - in- ' V-' fl -ii- ---Y-il-'iTrrr "-T1 T-TY-g Fi IT1I "I - Tf 1 1 'ffW - ITIIBM F , I ar . -i ' - j. 5"' -i&H m Im aSHKSBEHSSH . I ' "0f the ,pcopl' B VMI B I m MJMaBlalMHHlMr ' "" I H For tho pio.n 9 iin.i t iiiiiaMMBiBBBMKBIBHIBBwiBHiHBiMMMMWMWBWiBiHiMM tfl - ' ' .. . - ' i'wV'M , ; no-' , fm e !,S1 ri?J KfftS 1 & m m m m mi ms Mm 41 3?M fe- mj iJ SS3 S1? w m m 5M If You Don't Get Tho Missouri Herald, You Dont Get tho News. $1.00 a Year VOL. 14 HAYTI, MISSOURI iFRD AY,' JUNE ,i6, 1822. T. R. COLE THREATENS TO WHIP EDITOR AND MANAGER OF HERALD Last Monday morning the writer had the unpleasant experience of forming a slight acquaintance with one T. R. Cole, said to be a citizen o...

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. — 16 June 1922

iwr' -e E' 4fefIV fP jp.rM-Vilw. miU Ty W..J . H.iotfp.-f-ifcy .n. .! J, i-iAdliMhllillH. V -i .i .. ... ........ . . . I . . I I., .,..1U ... . .. k. .. , ..bit ..1-J.-- ..J.n...m..7TjT? HaAjjaaifaVkihw mmmi " -" - " --- ,-'. -::-; n . ....ww..w,J,iWrfT".-.- " t"- .--M , "y? " & t. t i , i i i ii I IB I linn I III I I III II IWII I W n 1 1 1 ihiii IWlpppMWIip i 'HIMM Wi WIIM IIBIIWIB1IM l I n li i i i li i li i i I r J'T -- j 1 V " f'fri hHim t i i M.,,.rl- .... .,,,..,.,. '!'"' f ', I )! l')! .;;.' II I" K. 1,1 -At f .A : V We try to make our advertising 100 per cent truthful in every respect. We never adver- tise an article that is not in stock, or at a I price that is misleading. Upon these maxims this store has built a selling policy that has won for it a place in the business world as I one of the leading stores in the county. If you are not already a patron 6'f this store, we invite you to visit with us and get ac- Z quainted. We will make you feel welcome and that your p...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 16 June 1922

OLDEST MAN ON THE GROUNDS- Watch fob at WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE. FATTEST MAN ON THE GROUNDS- w n-,'' tv,,;.ftj,yvrVyvtlr WAiwnsrArvartti $1.00 worth barbecued meat by THE MANAGEMENT. LARGEST FAMILY ON THE GROUNDS $5.00 sold piece by THE MANAGEMENT. ' K:$ FLIGHTS ." x ig Dancing Floor DAY AND NIGHT ...:K4 Special Guard for Cars !4m.......i.44 f t f t 1 St f' ",tf: . Myers Hay Carrying Outfits THE BEST OUTFITS HADE AT THE RIGHT PRICE. Ah, 3 3- ti&t'i.m't.-.Si v:iui. ' " 'B JV7 A J LV"" ;, LWSiS-- w.-; .JEJfeV '..58n C-I.-S Oi'J.J US-'.(. i -.' ..Vit'i.-i. . X - J 'U. -H- " Barn Door Track and Hangers THE "NO-TROUBLE" KIND Let us furnish you with an outfit that will stand up. ti. Perfection and Puritan Oil Stoves With one of these cooking may be done without Roastin g the Cook. No wood, coal or ashes to carry. Clean and sanitary. Wicks or parts may be bought any time. , We have them all, from the two to five burner. ' ' Camp Beds, Gold Medal Fold into a small package and are very ne...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 16 June 1922

BWeeMWeMewMaMMMHBBWWB!lBfiSlHw ihhhiub iimi?uiiiuiih ,;,, ' . m 'iin?'1 - " -" .yiTtwW. H-fi.Tw,Tryfwv'mw ,. -,.a ""'" ':""''.' '" ' ;'-"' - " 1; m; ssmmiimnrr M.,.,.,..,n,l,. -i, , , ... ,rf" ;"; ) tf;.M -g -W rV-nT '"llTff1llilllMlliwillll,ll I mil mi SfllT, v. 4 PWXt'ilXit.K'.W-uvtf . i m ? Sv ' ;- J THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI' 7 Pemiscot County's Finest Merchandise In The Hammer and The Saw!--- Store-Wide Remodeling and Alteration Sale -? In a few days the Carpenters, Plumbers, Masons and- Bricklayers begin the work of emodeling the building that these 1 two stores occupy. It means an entire new modern store front, with complete new floors and new interior as well as exte rior decorations. This means an upheaval of everything in our stores. We must make room for the contractors, for we will have to move about from section to section as the workmen chase us about. Dust, dirt and confusion of every kind. We must either move out entirely for a short length of time, or dis...

Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 16 June 1922

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Publication Title: Missouri Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Missouri herald. — 16 June 1922

iffii jBkt ' $tihP$ 'zsmmmfM 'WpW'lw',i' THE MISSOURI .HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI It .. l i r FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS m FEED AND COAL CHOICE GROCERIES AND FRUITS if& '.fryi. ? V' J 1 ;... ,5 New Commercial Hotel "to: .!.V 5 I F - i " AMERICAN PLAN Moore Bros. Feed, Produce and Grocery Co. X t $ b A Good Place to Stay Nice, Clean Beds Good Meals I Spo Gi Save Money! FRESl Cash Pric We Pay C J. T. HAYTI, MO. 'fr$fr.fr.j4.$4$.j4.$4.$4.4.j4.$4.; At the prices we quote for shed lumber you can not afford to leave even one pair of wheels un housed. There is (more money lost each year in the deteriorating effects of the weather on imple ments and tools outside than it would take to build sheds for them all. And the shed lasts a long time. t t i .:. $ "" " "" ' -J Bring all your Produce to us We pay top prices for Chickens. Eggs, Hides, Veal Calves, Beef and Hogs. j. .fr.4 lfr.fr..frl4lfr.4....fr.44fr4...Mfr.fr4fr.fr.44fr44fr J DON'T LOSE MONEY THAT WAY SEE US FOR SHED LUMBER 111111 East Ark...

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