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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 April 1914

fk -'piy!w ?33 ' A'T. - .-& i'lt In jft il-s THE HAYTI HERALt), HAYTI, MISSOURI "C3 lHft FOR M, U. STUDENTS Cash Now Available to Help Needy Boys and Girls Get Education. INCOME FROM BIG BEQUEST Final Settlement of Estates of Charlco R. Gregory Releases $250,000 to University. A fund of about a quarter million dollars which will yield annually an incomo of at least $9,600 to bo used In assisting needy students at tho University of Missouri has just been released through tho Until settlement of tho estato of Charles 11. Gregory, I It was announced in St. Louis by tho attorney in charge of tho estate. Tho quarter million dollar residue of tho estate will bo turned over to the university wlthingtho next few days. A commltteo of Ave to bo ap pointed by A. Ross Hill, president of the university, will manage tho fund which has been designated as tho iWilliam Alexander Gregory educa tional fund, in memory of a brother of Charles Gregory. Gregory was a dry goods merchant who died in 190...

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. — 9 April 1914

W?rt?' rs y"t "V K V I THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. VtL- .' ft ft T.J. TRAUTMANN rhysicinn nud Surgeon OflQco phono CO. RoBldonce 60. Hayti, ... MiBSoum. OiHeo Phonp 50. Res. Phono 30. . J. G. CRIDER Physician uu Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES lMiysicinn mid Surgeon Hayti, ... Missouri S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hayti, Missouri VON MAYES LAWYER Hayti, - - Mo. J. S. GOSSOM ProBoeutiup Attorney Pemiscot Co. All Kinds of Civil riasinoBs Promptly Attended to Office in Court OARUTHERSVILI.E, HOUHO MlBSOURI duncan & Mccarty Attorneys-at-LiAw Will prnctlco in all the courts Office Over Post Office Caruthersville, Mo. Phone 158. P. S. RAVENSTEIN Notary Public REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Kes. Phono 28 Office Phono 08 OFFICE: KEYSTONE BUILDIKC Notary Public Res. Phone 90 Office: City Hall HAYTI, MISSOURI LARSON & ntjmn BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOM First Class in Every Detail Next Door to John T. Buckley's HAYTI, - - MISSOURI KENTU DRINK OLD YELLOW HE, El...

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. — 9 April 1914

'prtfpfc , ov nJ?.. 3fr T. H V3 i 3 THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914. NO. 22. ' ' "' ' " ( T To The Public. We neglected to say in our front pa go article, that we regret to resume the long-drawn-out controversy. Wo understood, when the petition was presented to ib, that all factions would cease agitation, and we submitted to what appeared to us to be the will of the people. The petition was signed by friends and foes, which should mean that our foes should abide by the same petition they signed. But our foes have not stopped their war hire on us, and, in self defense, we must continue to protect our interests. This is a deplorable tutc of affairs, and we keenly re gret the necessity of being forced to continue this nauseating mess. Mrs. J. P. Smith of Caruthers ville visited in Hayti Tuesday. f you want In piisture your cuttle or stock, see F'd Adams. He lias a yood pubturi', conveniently located. Daily and Sunday Papers. All daily and Sunday papers...

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. — 9 April 1914

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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. — 9 April 1914

' ''ff?W'W'HW w'"fWHW7' MW Tinn ""5,7 "tfnjViil ifi- --- v f Pyv,usri - rw. ti, ..A.)tf'lBI nu -V1 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. TfiJl I i w LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Only solid gold rings at Letter's Billie Teel and son wore in from the form Saturday. Electric light globes, at Letters'. Pete Moatto had two now sub scription placed upon the Herald list last week. You should at tend the shows that we are giv ing the people of this city. Go just one time and you will want to go all the time. Our shows are al ways guarante ed to be as re presented, and we ass are you of courteous treatment. Try us one night. High Class Amusements. HERE AT HOME Hard an Soft Wood LUMBER Cut to Order Buy at Home and Come and let us figure with you on your lum ber. Perhaps we can save you money. : : : 8 LUMBER J.S. ST Oil if! HAYTI MISSOURI CO Because You Did Not Tell Us. All kinds of fresh meats sit the new butcher shop, phonu CO. 17 W. B. Dowcese, a prominent Concord f...

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. — 9 April 1914

wp Cf THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. St'-VBTSl l! 1 i "v. i MV u- V. TORREQN FULLS; 14,000 MEN LOST CITV TAKEN AFTER FIERCE A8- 6AULT, FOLLOWING TWO WEEKS' ATTACK JUAREZ CITIZENS CELEBRATE yilla Works Army In Shifts Smashing Attack on Barracks 2,000 In- aurgcnto Killed or Wounded; Federal Loss 12,000. Juarez, Mexico. Torroon fell Into tho hands of the rebels, according to announcement made hero by Gen. Vonustiano Carraiva, head of the con stitutionalist cause. Tho news was first announced to the world when the bugler in front of Carranza'D residence blew tho stuc eatto notes of victory. The pnen, Carranza said, was sounded here even beforo It was heard in Torreon, Villn delaying out of compliment to his ebief. The meager bull o tin excltodly an nouncing victory after tho bloodiest series of battles known to modern Mexico Bald that Villa captured a largo number of prisoners and that tho fleeing remnant was being pur sued. Rebels Storm Trenches. Thero was heavy fighting all day, i...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 April 1914

MfPW VW"- "" '"-'WfJ t"v' ; Jrv "-' '" - ; iff t'i "mci v ww Gy' v THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. w, v . JS 'V i 1 IVU, 1 Oft 1 Making Tomorrow's World By WALTER WILLIAMS, LL.D. (Dean of the School afjoamallm oflht UnhcnStu cMlixurO HAS ENGLAND FAILED IN INDIA? ?!' Dolhi, India. British rulo In In did Is suffering tho evil rosults o Its own virtues. It has taught Indi ans to stand nlono and sonio of thorn, superficially edu cated usually, wish to try tho experiment with out assistance In dian unrest and Its attendant trag edies nro virtue's own reward. Tho citizen of tho Uni ted States, look ing at tho work ing out of tho co lonial problem by old hands at tho business, sees constantly In tho back ground tho Philippine islands, with amateurs molding tho scheme- of things. But tho Fhillppino problem Is "another story," to quoto Kipling, tho masterful poet-Journalist, who came out of India, trailing jingoism. Let's stick to tho Indian text. Beginning as a purely commercial enterpri...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 9 April 1914

li.aiiMaMaMiilMHHPIIP V t .- .", -r&$fp"?'-A? "?$' ' iiaijp- --- lajtftfAQaaaaaaatf Is - . .. -.. ,-, V 1 THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. fc fc i I i i & v Judge Tarkington. Judge W. W. Tarkington an nounces in this issue as a candi date fox the office of justice' of the peace of I-Inyti township, and comes before the people not as a stranger. Ho has served the people as ussociate county judge, as justice of the peace and as police judge. No introduction from us is litting. The people know him. Ho is a man of ma ture years, honest and conscien tious, and he asks for the office with the feeling that he can' serve the best interests of the public. Consider his claims care fully. f Judge Brasher. Judge J. M. Brasher announces this week for re-election to the office of probate judge, which office he lias filled so well and with such universal satisfaction. J Judge Brasher needs no intro 'duction from us. No man is better liked. Ho has served the people as presiding judge, as ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 April 1914

- " fvJ&" M"'' - -$ a ; . ' f jw-'vrf-'W .. . "Ipw "V ... i.t' "Jl! THE HAYTI TS , ft1 , ft H .3". tfV m " iY r ifts V-&S D rt VOL. 6. kA YTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1914. NO. 23. N AND THE CHICKENS COME. "HOME TO RDOST. LOOKING' BACKWARD SIXTEEN YEARS. i I - , '-Kj;ijHfWftlV'5S "' ' -Ji !1J-ypr1rBr ? !',' v- Jflf,".' V" .- J- - I irTl A I vfl-X i ii- r -a i I i IKK m. I "Let He Who i Without Sin Cast the First Stone." THE WHEEL OF FATE REVOLVES. jimi . K They Said: "He Who Laughs Last Laughs .Best." TO OUR READERS: Perhaps an upologj Tor the following tutitle miij be out of pliuv ami ill-timed, but wo feul that we have not been Heated fairly. In the newspaper light that has been going on, we. have been buttling fiir principle and for right we were lighting for .ou, and we weie exposing and condemning the continued crooked live-, of erooked men. Being unable to attack us, to dispute or to disprove even oiio-stuleinent inaile bj u-.. our finemlosWent back 30 years and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 April 1914

Ml,!!, ftMrtrtwW v ?wr imiiili in h .J-L..H.i)fi t , ,f Af.' jfi f Tiii in t)ri MnMMtfVMk iUUVMMUH' rJMlHflifHfcl wUuuwjiatt'ff'fflsp y'Htfi.,.,, ...liyy.,,, ; x a rBWEwrr-?.i UttMlflrfUffrMMfcHillHl i ii rr, iWuift Mswal)Viwm,fiww.pw i MWOyW"'"'' 2352293 r 'ttW.tMfr ?- Hit- pAjffirfftpwfiiw w WlvJ J1V H IV f i'., THE HAVTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. ir mmwm)'UfmeMmmkm I J i ( I Making Tomorrow's World Sy WJiLTETt WILLIAMS, LL.D. (Dmi e(n School of Joumallim aftht Untrtnltj cJMluoarO FREE HOLLAND'S Batavia, Java. Kcchil wno only six ycaro old. Slight of flguro nnd short of stat ure, sho appeared oven younger. Her name, In Javanese moaning "Tiny One," had been given her at birth, not because sho was small, but as expression of en dearment. Tho Javanese, a emil lng, brlght-oycd, brown - skinned race, are dovotod to their children. Indood, whon Slna, who was Kcchil's oldost Bister, tho first-born of tho family, came to tho Java home, her parents' names were changed, according to an cient...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 April 1914

1V iJ- 1- frf.j,t 'V SfrV"" f &tfpr fiu " w. i' srvip s -m THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI. MISSOURI 4 ms n m K is If; W ii OOOtOO40O4OO00HOf0fb4OKOHMH040IOKHH0! New Indian Animal Stories ( How the Rabbit Destroyed Flint m m By JOHN M. 040(HOKHOfOIOOiOfO)OfOKKHOiHHOKHOKHH040 -i i Children, Color the Above Sketch to Suit Yourself. Save All the Sketches and Make a Book of Them. (Copyright, 1314, by tho JlcClure News- paper Syndicate.) Long tlmo ago, when the Indians of tho wooded mountains used to tip their arrows with pieces of sharp flhit, the .little children who watched tho old men at work chipping tho flint and binding the pointed bits of stone into tho ends of tho arrows with deer sinew, would hear this story: Onco tho animals all came together in council to talk about how thoy could destroy Flint, tho awful fellow who .lived up on tho mountain and killed so many of them. Ono after tho other, the animals stood up in the council and told about how Flint had come down ifrom tho rocky ...

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. — 16 April 1914

2&A;s, f "V "Tjf 1 'If i"nn f - ! I jLfaj,,,- V , Jt "- jrS7 tj." , , " ""i" "" i'J,3t aV "''iTlW jifZ&!ftf)iigsiz fSir..,verfXi i "TjrH- -""fi 4 t" THE, HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI., fq-';vv2Srtqfii t Hotel and tots for sale, one blook from public square. Prlco reason able'. Sua Hayti Herald. 12tf i l By THE B On !h front of ersrr carton anil on tbs Ubel ot every bottlo of th GENUINE DR. BELL'S M INE-TAR-HONEI Tm will And the BELL fa a clrcla. OnuinyMetcilfe, the neo of Wcttern Kentucky, aari-'IStanin' right and its yln' gtM beats Brttln' rlcht." Eo. with thrt precaution!, you know what to buy, ana can "Toll By The Bell" CBCk, 00 1.00, AT DRUQ STORKS. toAmmwMWMMiiMi.mt. T. J. TRAUTMANN Physician and Surgeon OQlce phone 50. Residence 60. HAYTI, ... Missouri. Olllce Phone 50. Res. Phone 30. J. G. CRIDER Physician un Surgeon Hayti, - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon liAYTI, - - - MlSSOUItl S. J JEFFRESS LAWYER Will Practice In All Courts. Hoy.i, Missouri VON MAYES ...

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. — 16 April 1914

ri'UK.-a: sTVssffiwggrr iir,itir ZliSSSSSH KdnkuSMHBENfebH, V ' HAYT VOL.0. I1AYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1014. NO. 23. JL jL 1JLj X II jjJL Vi J L Local and Personal. .1. V. Yurbro, thi Concord nier cliiint, was hero Monday. nice onion mUs, at U.ick- A few limit lev's LW .lucle Iviley lloiidor.son of Con coi'd wus on our streets Monday. - A nict.' line of lndiu.t' evervila.v truv ImtN at Huckluy's. J;l L. L. Collins, .1. E. Duncan and V. A. Ward, Jr., of Curulhors- die, stopped over botweon trains in this city Ti.e-,day nijht, Mr. Ward on his way to Capo Girar- J sl)onsii,i,. The Facts in the Case. On account of the published reports and other reports that will doubtless bo published re lative to the unfortunate affair in my family, 1 loel it best to state the facts that the people may may know the whole truth. ' I will venture to say that near ly everybody in the county knows Gene Popham, my moth er' brother, and the uncle of the AD OUT! little girl, my sister, for misfort...

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. — 16 April 1914

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 April 1914

Tw """J J" "trv"r j-v-" " ?? f?$ ii1' Jf? pisi ..pwpji V 4 5 wf v.AV. " ' " .J THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. .-. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. If You Do Not See it Here it is Only solld'fjold rlns at Leller'n ' J. S. Wahl was In Iiayti Sun day. KlootpJc lljjlit ,'IfibeK, at Tellers' Pete Sanders, one oft ho good I'uriners of pry Bayou, was in this city Saturday You should at tend the shows that we are giv ing the. people of this city. Go just-lone time and you will want to go 'all the time. Our shows are al ways guarante ed to be as re presented, and wTe assure you of courteous treatment. Try us one night.. I S. S.Doyv.s,Sv. High Class Amusements. T Buiuia MATERIAL HERE AT HOME . Hard an Soft Wood LUMBER Cut to Order Buy at Home and Come and let us figure with you on your lum ber. Perhaps we can save you money. : : : AND FENCING LUMBER J.S. STURM &C0. HAYTI - MISSOURI Because You Did Not Tell Us. Miss Jessie Hill visited in Ken nett Saturday. 14-Hoom House for Salo, near depot a...

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. — 16 April 1914

""WR BBWWWi ' llll.i.lWIIIM.i I. .. "..JJJ; -a n 1 1 new i i 2: nr f?i5tiYtfr'- i,X- Wr- - "T!,1"f)')ly THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI. MISSOURI. . ) SIMMELa - ' ' a , i, . a - - - ' w It"! .7 1 l 5 4 if M 4 GUNMEN DIE IN ELECTRIC GUI OV. OLYNN REFUSED DOOMED, SLAYERS' ELEVENTH HOUR PLEA FOR REPRIEVE. DIE AT DAWN AT SING SING Prisoners Pasu Last Day in Prayer, Consoling Relatives and Frlendo and Wrltlnn Advice to Boys of """" EaBt Side at Home. Osslnlng, N. Y. Harry Horroultz, Lou I a Rosenberg, Frank Ciroflcl and Prank Seldenshiner, the four gunmen condemned for the murder of the New York gambler, Herman Rosenthal, paid tho penalty for their crime in tho olectrlc chair at Sing Sing prison. Their last faint hope of a reprieve passed when Gov. Glynn refused to interfere with tho execution. To relatives, who bade them good bye, and to their spiritual advisers, tho four condemned gunmen again declared their Innocence, and as night settled down over the prison and tho death watch stood close a...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 April 1914

ji -r"tv,T v I ""pj"ii""i- ir iT"r"'' TTmir "') " c v v " "'"' v s - -w i'iT'JU,7 '' " 'WlJM(?j6i wr . th. .. M THE HAYTI HERALD, HAYTI, MISSOURI. LAUNCHING OF DREADNAUGHT OKLAHOMA Uncle Sam's lateBt giant lighting shin was launched at the yard of the New York Shipbuilding company at Camden, N. J., March 2". Miss Loicna J. Cruco. daughter of tho governor of Oklahoma, is shown in the plcturo jubt before fahc sent the dreadnaught down the ways by smashing a bottle of champagne across the bow. PASSING OF ONE-TIME CHILD E 5 CAREER Strange Marriage of Aristocratic, Fire Eating Southern Abolition ist at Age of Ninety and Dora Richardson, the Thirteen-Year-Old Child of a Poor White Family, a Union That Caused a Siege at Clay Mansion. Louisville, Ky. It is more than ten years now since the name ot Gen. Cassius M. Clay figured in the day's dispatches from Kentucky. We used to read of him in 1903 as an old man with a bushy white mane in a Btato of siego at his family, mansion near Richmond, K...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 April 1914

r IJ-T rz s&kv! ) ?' ..' VL, 3, e fla. -- j iisj. 1 Remember, we are idling out for good this Is no bluff on account of bad health of Mrs. Wagner we are forced to suffer a heavy loss. Nothing in our mammoth stock will be reserved. Everything goes at prices that will really be unbeliveabie. Your eyes never witnessed a slaughter sale of this kind before. Selling Out. This event begins on Friday morning promptly at 8 a. m. and continues for 15 days. At that time all goods must be sold. WANTED 15 Extra salesladies to take care of the large crowds that will attend this Selling Out Saleapply at Once. NOTICE TOM PEOPLE During this MWe wiI buy Chickens and Pn extremely high brice-Hciypnd In Trade. The Prices we nVjon merchan dise now is reallyjgjjer than cash, so if ybu have chickens to sell bring them l?SVe will pay ,., lAr m nnilfldlliWe Will hliv Chickens every djjfc during this i selling uut oaic. - - & m mm TTii B HV H FH rMH ol BHHHB 9BM m BnHBWWmiKH Bl BB IHMIMHHfi HQBHBBBBiH...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 April 1914

'dmF" r "& liio" riwr',,!Miaitu-''j'i'rr' rfi, " jaW rscEFtas xcr- - ?? A 'v'W'SKWt-'? ww; 'J-f 'V'ss- .jgtexhiw. fc iV 7 ls -P 1. THE HAYTI HERALD. HAYTI, MISSOURI. wwiriiuMftiitMBiniWiajii(ii77nTliwi ' , j3sgasp j?' & ' k '-5 ; 7 ft"' s"lta-j fc (- it fehf 11 i-! Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby given to creditors and all others Interested In the estate of D. King, deceased, that I, J. S. Gossom, ndtnlnistrator of auid estate, intend to make llniil settlement there of at the next term of the l'robnto Court of Pemiscot count j, Missouri, to beheld at Carulhrrs illc, Missouri, on Monday, the 11th duj of Ma, A. D , 10M. .1. S. GOSSOM", 2-1-4 1 Administrator. BUILDING MATERIAL HERE AT HOME Hard an Soft Wood LUMBER Cut to Order Buy at Home and Come and let us figure with you on your lum ber. Perhaps we can save you money. : : : 0 E mm MISSOURI I'v BHSDJ3 I ANtKEENClH I L 0 M B i J.&. S I HAYTI - i n m take The Clothes lb Talks On Clothes First We aic brinjjiiif;...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 April 1914

tny-, TV 'TTjPT, Hpwws?pj W r -v ; Tv&ttZ M , rfJ. V"- J ,) 'tH-Al- ; , .' - ' I v w . f$t 1. it. .VX7i. i. i; .?;- a '. -'"s4Ut.vsr.siia fHE HAYTI HERALD r PART ONE 4. PAGES ? .. " x ws 7 v.& w. ;v PARTONE-m, V, 4 PAGES '" I. VOL. 6. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 23,1914. NO. 24, $fr VMSa.. Kk 1 v k ? ,v sB'-H - 115. 1 tl 3- ' l a - I I up ft. A i1 " a, -v . PUBLISHED IN History Repeating Itself, War Declared Against Spain. SOME PLEASANT MEMORIES. Time and Its Changes Makes Great Difference Between Now and Then. (From the Hayti Arnus, pub lished b.v York Bros., April '22, 181)8.) WAR WITH SPAIN DE CLARED: On Wednesday, April 1M, 18518, congress ratified the president's message for inter vention in Cuba. The Spanish minister left Washington yester day, and Snain delivered miniefoi-lii .viosnm-t. before he,0,l'o W!" turned over to the -""" !" "-I could deliver the president's message aldng Spain to with draw her land and naval forces iron, Cuba and Cuban waters. That settl...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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