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THE MISSOURI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI
Gigantic DRUG Sale In
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!
spread like wild
have been sold!
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 18c
THREE SPLENDID BARGAINS IN
OUR TOILET DEPARTMENT
THE REXALL ORGANIZATION, OF WHICH
WE ARE MEMBERS, NEEDED A MID-WEST
X THIS IS THE OPENING SALE HIGHEST QUAL-
ITY DRUG MERCHANDISE AT THE LOW- 3
EST PRICES WE HAVE EVER OFFERED IN
OUR TWENTY YEARS OF OPERATIONS!
Harmony Cocoa But
ter Cold Cream
A real skin l'ood and
tissue builder, of rich
nourishing oils. Af
ter the skin bus been
cleansed 'with Cold
Cream, apply Har
mony Cocoa Butter
Cream and leave on
60c value for 39c
Boquet Ramee vFace
FREE! a can of Bo
quet Itumee Talcum
Powder with a box
of Boquet Itanice Face
Powder. An excep
tional high grade
face powder. Adheres
to the nkin, perfum
ed with roses, jasmine
hciitropo and lilac.
$1.50 value for $1.00
lfcr Mi 3 t-
li'J (i t i -h rt-Si Veil -1
Two for the Price of One
Eliminates freckles and
sallow appearance. A
aseless cream which
quickly absorbed by the
skin. Regular price 60c.
Alma Zada Complexion
A heavy clinging powder,
delightfully bcented with
a boquet odor. Regular
price is 50c.
These two together during this sale
This beautiful Silver Plated Vanity Case
worth more than $1.00 at retail is given
away during this sale with a Jonteel Com
pact Powder and Rogue Compact, bought
together at the regular price of 50c each.
These are the famous beautifiers widely
TWO Great Dental
Oliver oiue racKage
Liggett' s Chocolates
FREE A Half
Pound with every
during April at
the regular price
?1.25. This box
contains a won
of delicious piec
es Nuts Creams Caramels, etc.
"The Chocolates with the Wonderful Centers"
wr' lr'a & tr.
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It is only during this
great sale that we can
offer such a splendid
free flowing Syringe
as the Red Mono
gram for such a price.
Five foot tube, with
tho three hard rub
bor pipes. Tho Sy
ringe is moulded in
one piece. Two quarts.
A Full Pound of
Clean Pure White Long Staple
SPECIAL 49c a POUND
the Price of ONE
KLENZO DENTAL CREME
A anow white, creamy dentifrice. Gives
that white, lustrous look that distinguish
es beautiful teeth. Get the cool, clean
taste that Klenzo affords. Regular price
KLENZO LIQUID ANTISEPTIC
for combating germs. A preparation for
the mouth, teeth, gums, sore throat, nose
and mucous surfaces. A valuable aid in
the treatment of Pyorrhea, an antiseptic
for cuts and abrasions. Regular price' 25c
During this Gigantic Sale the
price for the two preparations is
vv K H
During this sale
$1.90 value for
$ $ 2 '5$$ 5 5 $ 3 4 54 4 i"$ J J4 $ 5 4 4J $ J J 5 J J 4 J4 5 J $ J J l 4
The REXALL Store I
WELLS DRUG CO.
.$ .. .j. .j. .; . .j ;
Lord Baltimore Linen
An excellent fabric-finished writing paper,
24 sheets and 24 envelopes. The most pop
ular ijackage of paper ever put on the mar
ket. During April this 50c value for
For Chronic Constipation
Doctors tho world over
use 5 grain Extract Cas
cara tablets. Our regu
lar price for 100 is 35c,
during April for
We will also sell you
the famous Hinkle's Cas
23c per 100
REXALL Milk of Magnesia
For the relief of
pation, sour sto
mach or flatulence,
caused by excessive
acidity- and f ermen
April, a 50c value
Two Health Bringing Medicines at an
Unheard of Low Price
tuun J 1
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f 1 SI
Tho effective, pleasant Laxative, that works
naturally and forms no habit.
50c a large box
Mux and Iron Tablets .
For your Blood and Nerves improves your
appetite and promotes nutrition.
$1.00 a bottle
This combination sells ordinarily for
$1.50. During our April Sale for
' ASKS RE-ELECTIOlf .
County Court Clerk Frank Balrd,
who will soon round out his first
term of that office, announces In
this Issue of Tho Missouri Herald
that he is standing for re-election.
It is not necessary to state that he
Is an all-wool, yard wide, foot thick
Democrat and 1b asking and ex
pecting tho vote of his party In the
August primary. His politics is
too well known to require further
Frank Balrd haB boon tried
weighed in the balance, as it were,
and In all respects found worthy of
the trust reposed in him . He has
given his "time and attention to the
office and the set of books he has
kept bespeak the work of a mastor
hand. No detail has ben too large
or too small to receive Frank's caro
ful attention. He has, under all
circumstances, been "courteous and
obliging, treating the office as be
longing to the people and ho their
servant. As It Is generally cus
tomary to reward deserving officials
with the second term, Frank thinkB
that claim, coupled with his record
should have "tho liberal considera
tion of the voters, and so it should.
If there was no reward for merit,
tho striving for efficiency would,
to a considerable extent, bo les
soned; therefore tho people, In con
sidering Mr. Baird's interest, also
consider their own. When all these
have been given proper weight,
there is nothing further to add.
Tho school election held Tues
day didn't hold the interest of a
side show to the big circus, to wit,
the city election, in which 581 voted,
while in the former but 308 voted.
But that was enough, for nearly all
voted the same way. The tax levy
carried by 250 for with but 35
against. The nine months school
'also carried by almost a solid vote.
The old directors were re-elected
P. S. Ravenstein for the two
year term and J. T. Buckley and
T. A. McNail for the three-year
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
The Board of Aldermen have or
dered me to place the penalty of
one per cent per month on all de
linquent city taxes. In addition to
this penalty, there will be a col
lector's commission of two per cent.
This is ordered to take .effect May
1, 1922, and I desire all to pay be
fore that time to avoid extra costs.
W. E. ROBERTSON,
22-25 Ex-Officio Collector.
Dr. O'Kclloy of Portagovllio was
hero tho llret of tho week? seeing af
ter business matters.
patterns at Kohn's.
Men's white and pongee shirts,
mado of oxford and soisotte, at
. HAYS A CANDIDATE AGAIN.
Bob Crockett of Terry was In
town Monday looking after busi
FOR QUALITY MONUMENTS, SEE
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Work Erected Any Plr.ce.
isbad to Those Interested.
B. D. JOHNSON,
J?hone or Write. Him
Designs Cheerfully Furn-
Edward D. Hays, Republican
congressman from this tho Four
teenth district, has filed his decla
ration with tho Secretary of State
at Jefferson City and will bo a can
didate to succeed himself.
Rov. G, M. Brooks, an old time
resident of Hayti, now of Zalma,'
Mo., where ho Is in charge of a cir
cuit, spent the first of the week
here visiting his son, Bob. Rev.
Brooks had been attending district
conference at Senath .and took
avail of the opportunity to visit
relatives and friends who Inhabit
uis old stamping ground,
Hon. Von Mayes of Caruthers
vllle camo over Tuesday afternoon
and found the "good citizens" of
Haytl bUBily engaged in "pulling
off a square eleection."
r Attractive new dresser acaWs
for 1 1,00 at Kohn's.
RAISED TO THIRD CLASS.
At the city election Tuesday Ken
nett citizens voted on tho proposi
tion to raiso their town from a
fourth class to a third class city,
tho proposition carrying ton to one.
Kollogg's Bran, cooked and
crumbled, a fine laxativo, at Buckley's.
Miss Lillian Harvey of Kennett
and Miss Louise Pollock of Camp
bell came over Friday afternoon of
last week to visit the Misses Volla
and Ruth Matheny. 'They re
Dr, B. D, Crowe,. wont over to Ca
ruthersvllle Tuesday to "help save
the town" by casting his vote on
on the "right Bide." The Doctor
didn't lose a vote, he said.
Canna bulbs, 25c a dozen, at
Buckley's. Now 1b the time to set
George Gardner was in Mom
phis tho first of the week, being
caliod thero on account of tho seri
ous illness of his daughter, Mrs.
Ellen O'Neal, who is in St. Mary's
Ofllcial statement of the financial con
dition of the BANK OP HAYTI. at Hay
ti, State of Missouri, at the close of
business on the 3rd day of April,
1922, published in The .Missouri Herald,
a newspaper printed and published at
Haytl, State of Missouri, on the 7th
day of April, 1922.
Loans and discounts, un
doubtedly good on personal
or collateral S 48,724.06
Loans, real estate 48,931.48
Real estate (banking hoUBO) 3,850.00
Other real estate 6,260.00
Furniture and fixtures 1,666.00
uue irom oiner DanKS ana
bankers subject to check
Cash Items .
Cash on hand -currency, etc
Other resources, as follows:
Capital stock paid in S 20,000.00
Surplus fund 5,734.58
Undivided profits, net 2,819.85
Individual deposits subjeot
to check .103,441.77
Tlmo certificates of dopoBlt- 31,715.29
Domand certificates of depos
it and cashier's checks 23.45
Bills Payable - NONE
Certified Checks 108.05
State of Missouri, County
We, J. L. Dorrls, as president, and
T. A. McNail, as cashier of said bank,
each of us, do solemnly swear that the
above statemont is true to the beat of
our knowledge and belief.
J. Li. DORRIS, President.
T. A. McNAIL, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 6th day of April, A. D., 1922.
WITNESS my hand and notarial seal
on tho day last aforesaid. (Commis
sioned and qualified for a term expir
ing May 12, 1925.
JOHN T. BUCKLEY.
I C. AVBRILIj,
l . LEFLER,
Baby Chick Growing Mash
1 0 lbs. for 50 cents
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