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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 January 1909

aipf'.VT-i"' '--'- -'.( THE i a in m AALD. y VOL.1. 20083 HA YTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909. NO. 11. V" prt7.;pmi''j'';.i V ' JTEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST "& VP Gathered at Random from Random Sources fnero is no ono thing that (loos more - jyal liard down boosting and pushing ' -w'"r a country or helps inoro to build Ft y up man a goou, llvo set of ronl estate 'J1 agents. Wo havo been through the West, to California, and other states, and remained there not for a duy or to pass through, but for months, mix ing and mingling: with tho people in a business way, and wo havo learned that in being up-to-date and progress ive, tho West is far a head of the East, and especially the far West but oven as far east as Oklahoma there is a spirit of thrift and progress that is in advance of tho East. J2astern people generally do not know this; they do not know that nice towns and whole communities are built up and settled in as many months as it takes years in tho East. And it is large...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 January 1909

jfl J """ ' ' ' S!SeS Apr. 3 Pcoplo's par ty convenjtlon In St. Louis "nomlnot atod ThomuB K. Watson of Georgia for president, and Samuel Wil liams of Indiana, for vice-president. J In Illinois local option elections S28 townships wont dry, i.uit naioons being voted out of existence.... David a. Hone elected mnyor of Milwnukee, wis. ...,T. T. Crittenden, Jr., elected mayor of Kansas City, Mo. Jun. 17 President Uoosovolt was given a 47-mlnute demonstration In tlio Republi can National convention at Chicago. 18 Secrctnry of War Win. II. Taft was nominated for tho presidency of the United States In tho Republican conven tion at Chicago, on tlio first ballot, re ceiving 702 votes. 19 Congressman Jas. S. Sherman was nominated for vice-president on tho first ballot by tho Republican conven tion. . , , Jul. 8 Frank II. Hitchcock elected chair man of tho Republican national com mittee. 9 William Jennings Bryan was nominat ed for tho presidency by the Democratic National convention at Denver...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 January 1909

m N. V LHHUHl' yfM t J5 !J 21 Acting President Qomcx of Venezuela oufticu uairo cabinet. 22 Cnstro charged with plot to assassin- ate Gomez, which wnn foiled, 24 In Berlin, Castro Issued ntatcmont, abandoning claims to Venezuelan presi dency. 25 President FalllcreB of Franco attacked by crazed politician. 28 Baron Cottc, chief of Russian secret political police, killed In battlo with rev olutionists. 28 An cnrtliqiinke film Her oil the ontlro aiithvrcatcrr extremity of Hnly nnil Sicily, nnil thnunnml of liven wcro IoHt the provlneen of HckrIo ill Cn Inlirjn, Conrurn nnil Cntnnzuro. coni prlnlnp: (lie department of Cnliibrln, ilr.rnn(nted MritKlnn imrlty ruined nnil innny- inlinliltnntii killed) ililnl nnvo did crcnt tlnnmgc there nnd In Cn nnln. Jan. 1 Owen Mo run fotiKlit a l!o round draw with Abo Attel. S Edward Hanlon, ex-world's cham pion oarsman, died at Toronto, Can. C Gcnrce Dixon, ex world's champion pugilist, colored, died in New York. Feb. 13-J. E. Vcn son Jumped 11G ft., ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 January 1909

THE 1IAYTI HERALD Wm. yokk. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 81.00 a Year In Advance. I Entered aH second-class matter Oct. 30, 1008, nt tho poBtoflloe ut Hnytl, Ma., undor tlio act of Marah 3, 1879. IlAYTT, Missouri. RETROSPECT. Eleven years ago wo hail our first experience in the newspaper business in llayti as a partner In tho Argus, the first Ihsuo of which was March 28, 18!)8. Unfortunately, tho vacillating tendencies at work in the county at that time were rather discouraging in many respects, and we sold the busi ness. From that time on the vicissi tudes of the Argus wore many, until finally it was moved over to Carulh ersville, where it turned its toes to the daisies. But the first dajs of the Argus were crowned with a brilliant success, as was also a period in its life toward its close, when for about three years it was again under the management of ne of its founders, C.S.York, who sold tho paper tho second, time to go to California for bis health. Since disposing of our in...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 January 1909

&jfe iT iff' 1 ' The people of Caruthersville and the territory for 50 miles in every direction will benefit greatly by the stupendous sacrifice of the Musgrave & Ma son Stock consisting of $20,000 worth of high grade Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing goods, in fact everything contained in their store at Ca ruthersville, Missouri. We are assured that the cost of the goods will have no bearing on the selling price, as much of . this stock will be disposed of at less than the cost of the raw material. The firm of Musgrave & Mason is to be highly complimented for their disposition in making this enormous sacrifice. We are assured that these goods will be placed on sale for the ten days be ginning Saturday, Jan. 9th, 1909, at prices that will shake the business world from center to cir cumference. Get advised in time. Drop everything and get your share. Come as far as you may, you will find that it will pay you to come fifty miles to attend this sale. We are also positive...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 January 1909

UWIII'WlW WAMMI rKry THE HAYTI HERALD $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCB. HAYTI, : : : : : MISSOURI. The News in Brief. Five thousand Memphis Iiulinns raised nn. immense relief fuiul for stricken Italy last week. Memphis expects to entertain President-elect Tnft next month on his return from l'anamn. Wabash county, l'ndiann, tho first to vote under the county option law, went dry by S'J7 majority. A bill is being prepared by lead ing Democrats in Oklahoma looking to the disf r.mehi?einent of the negro. The State of Alabama went "dry" at midnight December 30. Liquor interests propose to fight the pro hibitory law, however. ICuffoI E. Gardner, the "Manner buggy manufacturing king, has been sued at St. Louis for divorce by his wifo who alleges desertion, mistreatment and other offenses. The question of whether or not a wife can testify for trials was raised in the night rider trials at Union City and decided adversely, but the wives of some of the offenders were permitted to testify to an alibi f...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 January 1909

L. II mm -9ft mm mm m IMBL s i 4 vi 1 li I V in i J tf)RE HORRIBLE AND , Disaster Unprecedented Hundred Thousand DiePogs and Swine, Enraged by Hunger, Spring Upon the Injured and Devour Them. Rome. Soulli Italy and the Island of Sicily have been visited by nn ap palling calamity, the extent of which cannot yet be grasped. An oaitlupiako JMbnday wrecked city lifter city and obliterated smaller towns and villages with out number. Then a tidal wave swept along the -horror, drowning the people in their holplessties? and panic, Fire came to com plate the work of destruction. Flames broke out in the devastated cities and countless numbers of wounded men, women and children were burned to death. The finest palaces, churches and theaters of Messina are heaps of ruins. Count less dead bodies arc scattered through the- wreckage and their decomposition will doubtless bring pestilence to add to the horrors of the situation. The devastation ocr the entire district was more or less complete. No p...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 7 January 1909

iJSFW KgWs, .Wall Paper at Loner's. I'lnntcrs best flour at AverlU's. J. B. Manning' was up from Cooter today. Dustin Pouham was out from Caru thersvillo Wednesday. O Shell's now lino of candles, fruits and cigarc 8t' Geo. Dorrls mado a trip to St. Louis this middle of the week. Avorlll ts giving beautiful presents to cash traders. J. T. Buckley has bought the Brad Meatto store property. Bom to Mr. und Mrs. Groves, Monday night, a girl. Arch S. Russell has returned from his visit to Farmington. Mrs. Grace Woods was out from C'uruthcrsvillo Sunday. Miss Jessie Porroll has gone to Ar cadia, Mo., to enter school. Home-made sorghum at AverlU's, 55c gal. Dr. R. B. Smith of Paducah, Ky., visited here this week. The M. ' W. A. will lme their in .stallation'of officers Friday night. Mrs. Harvey Averill was out from Curuthersville Sunday. 1 W. Tucker of Mifllin, Tenn., visted relatives here last week. Miss Hulda Douglas of Senath visited in Hayti Friday and Saturday. R. L. Pophani has sold i...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 January 1909

J'!SrlJjlir'S5,"?"fB.---lSK . THE HAY1I HERALD VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1909. NO. 12. h ft' i f .JUL. w ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST Gathered at Random from Random Sources Thono peoplo who think Hayti 1b uubu, ia a iinng 01 tuo pnet or has no future, nro linblo to find that thoy have reckoned without their host. Homo times it is wiso not to talk too muoli, and we know several things wo aro not talking about just now, but time will tell. There is overy reason why Hayti should be a good town, and it will bo well for our reoplo to be come more united and cultivate u bet tor feeling, if thoy expect to recoivo the full benefit that ought to be theirs. Hayti boasts of the only macadam ized road in Pemiscot county. The silicaroad put down as an experiment, a distance of about half a mile, from the city to the Alfalfa Farm residence, Jng up under hard usage. This was, "perhaps, the- worst piece of road in the j county, and if this material will stand on this road its futu...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 January 1909

Tlhree d Ddea A HANDY HANDLE. DOMESTIC REPARTEE. wfl mptf Bouse for Girt from t 14 to 10 Veers. tfiMmifa, I I ri 1 1 iMM v)4uVC 'f. 1 Simple Blouse. NA k 8S Jf Blouse for CJirl from 1 1 to 10 Years. Cream wincey is employed for this blouse; two tucks aio made from shoulder to bust each side; the trinuniup consists of bands of embroidered galloon, round collar, down center front, and loiiml arnilioles and sleeve; the tight under-slceves are buttoned nearly to the elbow. Mateiials required: Two and a half yards CO inches wide, two and three quarter yards trimming. A Simple Mouse. A firm kind of washing silk is admirable for a blouse such as this; two Inch-wide tucks are made from shoulder to bust, and about six small onen between; the box-plait down center is covered with lace or embroideiy, a band of the same being taken down outside of sleeve. The deep cuffs are or finely tucked silk. Mateiials required: Four yards 22 inches wide, one and one-half yards tiim nilng. Cloth Jacket. Her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 January 1909

PATIENT 8UFFERINQ. EASY FOR THE PAINTER. Maiy Women Think They Aro Doomed to Backache. It hi not right for women to bo al ways ailing with backache, urinary v V t . : ODD iier J BIG BRUIN, JARRED FROM ICE. I BERG, LIGHTS ON DECK OF LARGE OCEAN FREIGHTER. VESSEL BUTTS INTO OBSTACLE Sailors Attempt to Clear Deck When Supposed Lump Lets Out a Growl Captain "Swears to Truth of Tale. Now York. If anyone foolishly be Ilcves that the ago of romance 1b dead, that sallormen have become machin ists und dull' arithmeticians, or that polar boars are no longer met with ex cept In tho dreary captivity of zoolog ical gardens, then let him seel; out Capt. Fritz Franko of the steel ocean freighter Karthogo, which slipped Into this port tho other day carrying a mlxe.il cargo of a live polar bear lu a plgpfen and tho finest sea story of turnip a long year. C.-apt. Fraliko swore seven sea oaths on I -ho story and called his whole aft--ergiijrd to verify him. U .it "let Capt. Franko tell tho story liln ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 January 1909

SMBC1 . 1 1 r- THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. yokk. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 91.00 a Yonr In Advance. Entered an second-class matter Oct. :0, 11)08, at tho postolllcu ut Hayti, Mo., uudur tho not of March 3, 1879. HAYTt, - - MlfeSOUUI. WHEN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES wo will place a blue crou milk in th i square which if to notify you that the ttm. t f which you paid yojr tubscnption hi expired and unlesi you icnew at once your paper will be stopped We d j not want to stop your paper, we want you to got ery usue but our term are caih in advance, and If vou don t pay up promptly we will take It tor granted that you don't want us to tend it to you and we wilt not push it on you If you arc setting the paper and have not paid for it, a blue mark iti this Hquaro is to invite you to do ho at unco, an our teruiH ure cash and so many Binall accounts arc hurdeiiboine: heaidcH, the amount iti a Binall matter to you, hut huudieilH of tliciu amount in conBiileralile to ub, and it is not fair to exp...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 January 1909

p. ft Ji I) 7 I J CHURCttes ftND LODGES llnyt! Lodge Directory M. W. A. Hayti camp No. 9507, moots ovory Friday night at Masonlo hall. H. L. Davidson, V. 0. J. T. Buckley, Clerk. I. O. O. F. New Fra lodgo No. 362 mooto ovory Saturday night at Odd Follow hall. O .P. Wells, Jr , N. a. P. 8. Ravenstein, Sec. O. E. 8. Hayti ohopter-No. 217, moots ,2nd and 4th Tuesdays, at Masonic hall. Ada Juden, Wm. Virq. P. Adams, Sec. K. and L. of H. Hayti lodgo No. 2717, moots 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, at Masonic hall. VVm. Reasoner, Protector. Anna Dunklin. Soc. A. F. and A. M. Havti lodgo No. 571 moots 1st and 3rd Thursdays at Masonio hall. J. W. Johnson, Win. Virg. P. Adams, Soc. w.o. w. Paean camn Nn. 273 mnnf.a num-v ,.2nd and 4th Monday nights at Odd X'UIIUW IJU1I. Morgan Worth, C. 0. 0. J. Mayes, Clerk. . M. P. L. Hayti council No. 693 moots 2nd and 4th Thursday at Odd Fellow hall, A. T. Hutson, Pres. H. M. Ransdurqii, Soc. Church Directory Services at Methodist church, south: Preaching 1st, 3d a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 January 1909

at-...-wLC3Miyri '''"-"- ' llw1'"' I-" i 1 1 i 'i THE HAYT1 HERALD $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. HAYTI, : : : : : MlssouiilT Mil NEWS IN BRIEF -"1 A GENERAL SUMMARY OF IMPOR TANT NEWS OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALL OVER. belief is being sent from every quarter of the globe to the earth quake sufferers. Monsignor Dennis O'Connell, Rec tor of the Catholic University at Wellington, hns been appointed auxiliary of San Francisco. The Senate Wednesday ratified arbitration treaties with the Argen tine Republic and Salvador. With but one dissenting voice in the combined house, congress ap propriated .$SO0,000 for Italian relief work. Judge II. (J. Miles of the Federal Court at Vicksburg, Miss., is wag ing war against night riders of that Ecction. John W. Gales of Texas, has joined the ranks of those who are asking for free trade in iron, coal and lumber. At a mass meeting held at Green ville, Miss., resolutions were passed favoring the rigid enforcement of prohibition. The pressman's strike at Me...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 January 1909

W!T"-'K' "" " f"T" v '"J3BprT" " " ' y LIGHT ROLLS FOR BREAKFAST. PROSPERITY NOTE. GREAT ACTIVITY IN THE DUILOlNG LINE. -& it Safeil Emnmamr B BMMflr:iiByMC'8"W"tf"!llhllW I i, -,vFHwowmir mmrpns wmm 1 $JMWf-V CANYONS, BROKEN RIDGES, PNNACLEJ AND I WsWfo surrey .- I. 'I IOEW THROUGH CREWC Gradually nature's wonderlands in the United States aro being brought under government control and set apart as parks, reservations and mon uments for the ueo and enjoyment of this and future generations, so that what otherwise would be lost and ob literated as the years went on Is given a permanent character. The latest step In this direction Is the recent proclamation signed and madn public by President Roosevelt creating the Wheeler national monument, In tho Rio Grande National Forest, Colo rado. Tho tract Included by the proclama tion is situated on tho south slope and near tho summit of tho continental dlvldo at an elevation of approximate ly 11,500 feet above sea lovol. Tho principal valu...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 14 January 1909

nm K IM J' f'i k! m ii i 11 m ft i ki lf- ITEMS OF GENERAL Gathered at Random from Random Sources Willi Paper ut Leflcr'.s. HIlHeTeol is quite ill of lajjrippc. Window Oliiss at Leilcr's. Granville Gwln went to Konnett Sun day afternoon. Puints and Oils at Letter's. IClmer Tatum is going to move back fiom ICennctt to tiuyti. lJlanters best flour at Averlll's. Uiaok Gaskins has bought the Mrs. Ola Wilson property. Musical Instruments at Iyjller's John Gold is preparing to move back to Hayti from Kennett. Tlie Frisco restaurant has fresli ilsh. Walter Stephens was here from Ca rutliersville Wednesday. Fresh fish, at the Frisco restaurant. Frank Ferguson of Carutliersviile changed cars here .Monday. Home-made sorghum at Averill's, 55c gal. John Sturm, the lumberman, came in Monday, on account of tho blizzard. Got some fresh fish at the Frisco restaurant. Treasurer Hlyham has tilled his ollicial bond in tho sum of 8100,000. V. M. Perkins and Geo. Dorris at tended to business in St. Loui...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD. I i I r VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909. NO. 13. o -1 B.L. GUFF Y, POSTMASTER BANK OF HAYTI I 1 i 1 r K I Vou . A Cr o s s o d Mark, nmdo in this Squaro with a Blue Pencil, is to invito you to subscribe for this paper, und to toll you that unless you do subscribe you will not re "celve another issue. W o want you to road tho paper and want to send it to you, but to do so witho'ut your order would bo too much like forcing the paper on you, so if you do not ask us to send the paper wo will not push it on you. Let us hear from you at once. Tho p a p e r needs your help; it is a homo enterprise; you are interested in the affairs of this county, and this paper stands for all the best interests. Send us your subscription now, while it is on your mind. PENSIONS Wo see that State School Superin tendent II. A. Gass, anion;,' other things recommends a pension for old and disabled teachers. Now, we are opposed to pensions on general princi ples, and more i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1909

WaMknimg sttmiMe UUAU LIGHTLY WITH THE DUNCE WENT BACK ON HIS SON? Exasperated Composer Glad to Pro! Words Were False. NO TEMPTATION. I s. UA m ft i WA V 1 ' tl r i) Wan frcfo.-rlnc to Miss Oldblrd) TJm, I should think It would bo more suitable U slio were standing under "oltlcrb'i rles" instead of mistletoe berries Mow to Know the Trees. Thee Is an auctioneer whoso "gift of g?D" and native wit draw many ptirrnascrs to his sales, but some times ho is the subject rather than the cause of amusement. The man's namo Is O. A. Kclloy. Not Icng ngo ho had to sell, among other tliliiR3, a lot of nine logs, and the day before the sale ho went over thcra and marked the end of each log with hlo Initials. On the dny of tho auction an Irish man came along and Immediately no ticed the logs with the lettcis on them. "O. A. K.," ho read, loud enough for all lound to hear. "I3egorra, if tl3 not just like Kclley to deceive us into bclnving thim pine logs uio oak!" Springfield Republican. Grows Only I...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1909

i I V 4 en REELS SECRET OF SEX MYSTERY OF "SAMMY" WILLIAMS OF MONTANA DISCLOSED ON DEMISE. JILTED IN HER YOUNGER DAYS Adopted Mascullno Attire and Amassed Great Wealth Without Her Real Sex Ever Being Suspected. Eau Claire, Wis. The mystery ol "Sammy" Williams, a resident of Man hattan, Mont., Tor 18 years, who dropped dead there from apoplexy, was disclosed by her death. "Sammy" was found to bo a woman, who was Miss Ingeborge Wekan. Miss Wekan was born In Norway some 80 years ago, It is claimed; some Bay later. Before she came to Amer ica with her parents she was courted by a young Norwegian, Sven Norem, and the two becamo engaged. Then thq Wekan family came to America anijl settled In Allamakee county, Iowa, wiibre still n tlifem". wlibre some members of the family reside, and Ingeborge came with jAnd Sven Norem came also. Not Ityng after the arrival In America Sven WOrem became cold and distant to In CQborge and finally jilted her for some jreason not known, and she was broken Jli...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1909

H : I m r. i r' it' -! a H . i ! i L j3 THE HAYTI HERALD Wm. YORK. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 81.00 a Your in Advances. Entered aa second-class matter Oct. 30, 1009, at the postoflleo at Hayti, Mo., under tlio aot of March 3, 1870. Hayti, Missouri. WHEN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES we will plug blue cron milk In tun aquate which it to not fy you that the time for whchyou paid your lubicription has expired, and unlet! you renew at once your paper will be stopped. We do not want to atop your paper; we want you to get every Itsue, but our terms are cash in advance, and If vou don't pay up promptly we will take It for granted that you .don't want us to send it to you and we will not push it on you If you are getting the paper and have not paid for it, a blue mark in this square is to invite you to do so at once, as our terms ure cash and so many small accounts are burdensome: besides, the amount is a Hinull matter to you, but hundreds of them amount to considerable to us, and it is no...

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