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www3iiHtytMtf-MrTO MQtif&aitiGtHWiwwBijvu, "fcja.l.. ,. ,.. mi.f'ic .t.r J.1 l&jli.j. V. Wyj.-uv..J.. THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI i irf Itl'5 ' i? a1 I'fM k , ii IiT h j.i 1NU '4 I j.i , i :i i i .Si ii i h, 4. I P 4 t ! $ m V "4 v " m HELD ON THE BEAUTIFUL yHYTI riM I I In 4ww4wwQQ4Q44444Q44444QQ4$4Q4444Q. wr I IK EBB flPk WMEM if mm Earn II mber Patriotic, Polse-Stiring Music Throughout the Day by the Old Reliable Hussar Band H$0 v a FDCC OD17E1 Fat Man's Race 1st Prize: Box of 50 Cigars 2nd Prize: Box of 25 Cigars. Sack Race for Boys 1st Prize: $1.00 Box of Candy. 2nd Prize: 60c Box of Candy. Pickle Contest for Girls 1st Prize: $1.50 Pair Silk Hose. 2nd Prize: 75c Pair Silk Hose. Egg and Spoon Race for Women 1st Prize: $2.50 Pair Silk Hose. 2nd Prize: $1.50 Pair Silk Hose. I OTHER CONTESTS DURING THE DAY 4 - 44444 $ There will be plenty of shade; seats; and a good time is assured every one. Barbecue and Picnic held on the Grammar School Campus in town, which assures proper police protection. Come! Meet your friends once a year from all over the entire county. They will all be there to greet you. IN CASE OF RAIN ON THIS DATE, THE CELE BRATION AND BARBECUE WILL BE HELD THE FOLLOWING DAY. t Farmers and their families should take this day off and spend the time pleasantly. There'll be plenty of entertainment all day. Hayti will be dressed up for your visit and will make an effort to make it a pleasant one, and for your benefit. Spend the day with us. O. THAT THIS IS A REAL, HONEST-TO-GOODNESS BARBECUE AND ALL DAY CELEBRATION; NOT CHURCH SERVICES. A GOOD TIME ASSURED. Olfif OB,S6 Ball e HAYTI REGULARS vs. WARDELL TIGERS PUBLIC SPEAKING G. R. TYLER of Campbell, subject will be: "The Ideal American." R. F. LADDELL of Campbell, subject will be: "Christain Patriotism." Rev. J. B. CASH of Senath, subject will be: "Our Next Job and How to Do It." BIG DINNER SERVED BARBECUED MEATS PLENTY OF BARBECUED MEATS OF ALL KINDS; PIES, CAKES, AND EVERYTHING FOR FCAL OLD-FASHIONED FOURTH OF JULY DINNER AND CELEBRATION. ICE CREAM, CANDIES AND NOTIONS. EVERYTHING TO MAKE THE DAY REMEMBERED BY THOSE WHO ATTEND. THE NET PROCEEDS FROM THE RESULT OF THIS GRAND FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION AND BARBECUE WILL BE USED TO HELP IN THE CON STRUCTION OF OUR NEW CHURCH BUILDING. THIS IS A WORTHY CAUSE; AND YOU WILL ALSO HAVE A GOOD TIME. REMEMBER, THIS DAY IS NOT FOR CHURCH SERVICES, NEITHER WILL SERVICES BE HELD, BUT A DAY OF GENUINE CELEBRATION AND BARBECUE. By the Ladies of the Hayti Baptist Church TJ m u V- 9 gnwwrararmwTOtmww tyf"""