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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1909

ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST AJOotVvs Gathered at Random from Random Sources .v. Hi n I -j l I das - ) 1 T?Veasc Ucm 5ovo,cft. That our terms on Jon Pkintinci and Jon Wouk is Cash at the timo the work is done. This is nuvile necessary by thu fuct that we must pay spot cash for our material and all other expniiBcs, and having obligations to meet. Two, three ot live dollars is n email mutter to each individual, but when we pay the cash for our stock and running expenses, and turn out many such jobs, you can readily see that it amounts to considerable to us and wo are not able to car ry accounts. We appreciate your work and like to favor our friends, and hope thuy will try to aH8isi us ny a cusu patronage. SSssm ), Offer to Sell I offer for sale my house and 2 lots a Jul 2 cows and calves and 25 head of hlogB for $1000, cash. AIbo the house nnd lot across the street from my Ifiouse, known as the Toll Wilson pro perty, for $400, 8100 paid in cash, (There is a mortgage on this last named 9t...

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. — 21 January 1909

it , I It i( n s Ji If N 'f II! 8'f ! i ' .1 '1 ' U 1-1 n II 1 . m THE HAYTI HERALD SI.09 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. HAYTI, MISSOURI. llll NEWS IN BRIEf A GENERAL SUMMARY OF IMPOR TANT NEWS OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALU OVER. As the result of nn explosion nt Lick Branch mine, nt Switchback, W. Vn., between 50 anil 100 miners were killed. With twenty state senators voting for it, the Ilolladny state-wide pro hibition bill has been passed in the upper branch of the general as sembly of Tennessee. The administration, it is learned. 18 preparing a bill for the exclusion of Asiatic laborers, intended to make the exclusion laws moie eco nomical 'and effective. Anahsis of the returns of the recent prcsidcntal election discloses that one county of the United States, Zapata County, Texas, cast its vote unanimously for the Eepublisan elec tors. Joseph Massing, aged 43 years, while hunting near Madison, Ind., leaned on his rifle, and his dog in pawing at him pulled the trigger and the bullet entered s...

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. — 21 January 1909

'l 7 ) FIIJlD(gAMS A 0XlG27fflfi? HM OMtDmiTOQD&LLROFtl F D8&MMW iM?.V4"; rv!( "cWHT 7WimmTcJwTJ?U. '""? 3 hojtmg rV rom.or cimt Prior to the war with Spain Ameri cans know little about the Island of Porto Rico, and the island knew little about its noar neighbor, America But now that has all boon changed. It la only ten years since the island came under the control of the United iltates, and In that time Americana Ijiave settled in Use island and are now do be found in almost every industry tliere. In fact tho chief 'industries, rauch as sugar, tobacco and fruit, are ilniost entirely controlled by Amori ' can capitnl. The sugar industry, which is by far tho most important, has had a phe nomenal growth in tho last decade. Formerly tho plantations, scattered throughout the Island, but more espe cially in the coast regions, were oper ated independently. The cane was raised, the sugar was made and was shipped by each estate. This method, of course, necessitated a very primitive ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 21 January 1909

74 i WW ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST SobMDovkvs Gathered at Random from Random Sources , ,, 7 SPOT CASH u l i P a i iv in Kl '4 '1 Km sMJr f J I Paints and Oils at Lcflor's. There will beserviecs at tho Baptist church tonight. Len Toiler visited in Kunnott Sun day afternoon. F. M. Perkins made u. business trip to Cnruthcrsville Tuesday. Miss Hammond of Carutliersvillo visited Miss Effio Dorrls Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. bum Lcllcr and ilrn. .loo Nunn visited in Curuthoruvillo Tuesday. Highest market prico paid for corn, shucked or unshuokod. F. M. Per kins. Haytl, Mo. , Otf Johnnie Dunmire of Kennett, drum ming for Hie Schuh Drug Co., Cairo, was hete Tuesday. Ilayti needs a photographer and the Herald will lit tho right man out with a complete gallery. i MissAdu Hayes lias returned from her visit to her sister, Mrs. Lena Gra ham, at Frederioktown. Highest market prieo pnid for poul try, butter, eiruB, hides and furs. See me before you sell. Samuel Adams. Oif Tho seven year old child of Cha...

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. — 28 January 1909

J THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. I. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1909. NO. 14. ANOTHER FIRE FIRE EXCITEMENT STREET LIGHTS V .1 1 Ha.vtl was visited by another right serious llro about ."J:.'J0 Saturday morn ing, destro.v inf two vacant store build ings and tho Sanders Bros, stores Tho origin of the lire is unknown; It was diseovoied in Sander Bros, store and liad gained such heudwa.v that only two or three show eases con taining goods and tho safe was io moved. The heaviest loser was, doubtless, J. T. Buckley, who onlj a few days before had bought the Brad Meatto store building. Sanders Bros, had $l,f00 insurance, 8400 boing on tho building, $100 on tho fixtures and Si, 000 on tho stock. The third -building was owned by Dr. J. G. Older. Tho wind was from tho south. Had the w ind been from the east the lire might have been much more serious. This is the fourth big lire in tho business part of Ha.vti in less than three jears, and as strange as it maj seem, the onlj fires over in the...

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. — 28 January 1909

. c V h J H I " 0 ,s5. 1 JrI d&awsiasJ Etli iMJsl UralS PALICE OE AGRICULTURE VEGETABLES GflOWti AT COLDFVOT WORTH OF ARCTIC CIRCLE Z VEGETABLES GPOWti AT LORlrtQ When Alaska ears ago conceived I' c idea of .in exposition in onler that it might moic porfecti levcal to the woild in geneial and the United States in particular the w outlet fill lesources an 1 development of that tar northern tonltoiy she lcalbod the impractlca lillity of holding Mich exposition upon her own boll. It was then that Seattle, Wash., stepped loiwiud with the cor dial Imitation to make that city the scene of such a great lair. The imita tion was accepted, plans have giovvn and developed and now the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exhibition is desperately busy electing the splendid buildings and pi eparlng the places where the ex tensive exhibits are to ho placed. The coidinl attitude of the Canadian gov ernment and the fact that South Aineiican lepublics will he splendldlj iciii esented make the international succ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1909

) il. 1W 1 11 C!(L IS SALOME MAD; ' CAH'T RESIST DANCING CIRCLE3 AROUND BEFORE DOC TOR UNTIL HE HAS HER SENT TO HOSPITAL. New York. Dr. A. W. Nowfleld sat reading in his study in his apartment on West One Hundred and Forty-first Btieet. His wife, his daughter and the latter's husband had gone to a theater. Soon the doctor dozed, he doesn't know how long, but suddenly he was awakened by a low, walling cry right in the room. The doctor looked up with a jerk, adjusted his glasses on his nose and then fell back limp in his chair. In front of him, swaying and pirou etting, with her hands chasing each other In snakcllke fashion, stood his housemaid, Margaret Kelly, with her "I'm Salome," Chanted Margaret, Twirling on One Toe. hair in a braid and doing a Salome dance, appropriately clad. "B-bless my soul!" exclaimed the doctor when he got his breath. "W-what does this extraordinary con duct mean, young woman?" But Margaret answeied not. She just kept on dancing, sliding her arms sinuously ...

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. — 28 January 1909

! ,h I THE IIAYTI HERALD W.M. VOICIC. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. $1.00 a Year in Advance. Entered iib Bccoml-dnss mntter Oct. 30, 1U0B, at tlio postofliue ut Huyti, Mo., under tins act of March 3, 1870. IlAYTI, Missouri. WHEN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES we Will place a Uue rrou mark in this sqjatn ,licri is to rmttf ,ou that Ue tirreor .r cr ,OJ paid your subscription tmsnpiiMtt and unless joj rent at one your papvr .'! l sxoppeu Tie ctn not want to stop your papir 1 wart you to git every nue but our terms ate cash in advance, and if vou lion t pay up promptly tie nil! tae it lot e'ai -eil that you con t want us to send It to you and we will not push it on you IK IT TAKES WAK. (Jiiliforniu will, ultimately, govern tlie Japanese situation, just the same. Tliis is a matter tliut concerns Call forniu und tlalifornians and one that they will settle just as the south' set tled the negro question. When tin; south first began to re cover from the cll'ects of the civil war and to regain ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1909

y if s . i. t Ub l B V m ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST Gathered at Random from Random Sources Mrs. Geo. Hardin at Guyoso ia ill. Willi Paper nt Letter's. Mrs. Frank Crnnforil was tiuito ill Sunday. Window Glass nt Letter's. Mrs. Ilouton of Concord is ill this week. Planters best flour at Averill's. Chris Harris was hero from Concord Saturday. Musical Instruments at Luller's Albert l'ultam iB still very low of pneumonia. Fresh fish, at the Frisco restaurant. Tom Lewis was hero from Bragga docio Monday. Averill is giving beautiful presents to cash traders. L. L. Letter lias been having his resi dence repainted. Highest cash price paid for furs. Hayti Livery Stable. 7'.f Mrs. Ligon is suffering from an at tack of erysipelas. Call for a bottle of Tip Top, Lomp'a special brew, Caruthersville. Miss Rachel Adams spent Sunday with the family of Geo. Webb. The Spot Cash Grocery makes prices. Do you read them? L. L. Collins of Caruthersville had legal business in Hayti Monday. Peters loaded shell...

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. — 28 January 1909

HI !:, i. M. THE HAYTI HERALD SI.ODA YEvK IN ADVANCE. HAYTI, : : : : : MISSOURI. THE NEWS IN BUILT A GENERAL SUMMARY OF IMPOR TANT NEWS OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALL OVER. Minor Mnlonc annomiccd that nn incioiiFo in taxes, now 1.01, would he (lie first cfloct of the state-wide law for Memphis. Three negroes met n shoeking dentil in Itttlevillc, Miss., when the calaboose in which thev weie con fined burned. The Senate has confirmed tbe nomination of Stuart Iv. Lupton of Tennessee to be consul at fessina, Italy, to succeed iee Dr. Aithur S. Cheney, who was killed in the re cent e.uthcjuake. King Alfonso has igned a decree confening upon Queen Helena of Hah the gi.ind cios of the Older of Hciiofieoncc, in icoognition of her lahois in behalf of the stnvivois of the Italian caitluniake. Over the eto of (Jen ei nor Tattei boii both hou-e- of tlic Lcgislaluie passed the Senate bill whi-;h pio Inbits the sale of intoxicating licpiois within four mile- ot a choolhoiie in Tennessee, and i in ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 28 January 1909

1 !!. V. I I v mmmxZ SKSSESSMERT BE RAISED ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS FOR 1009 1910 INDICATE THERE WILL BE $2,000,000 SHORTAGE. Missouri's Annual Expenses Less Than Half Those of City of St. Louis Recount Is Resumed. .7fcrson City. The few nu'inbcrs of the Bcnorul assembly left in Jeffer son City (lining the election recount discuss the difficulties that will have to be met in providing money for sip proprintions for the next tvo ycurs. According to the Btsitement of V. Wilder, rotirins atatc Jiuditor, there will he more holes to till than there are pegs to go around. Wilder's last report shows the estimated receipts for 1909 and 1910 are $8,7S2,00n. while the estimated expenditures are $11, 1G1.S22.93. Where all of this money is to come fiom will have to he worked out by the appropriations committee as soon as It can he named by Speaker Speer. In working out the problem the com mittee will have the advice of Gov. Hadley. In his inauguinl address the new governor recited the fact that the...

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. — 28 January 1909

1 AM. w ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST Gathered at Rnndom from Random Sources O. IT. Dewey attended to business at Cnruthersvllle Tuesday. Tucker McMurray was here from I'arnthersvlllc Wednesday. E. T Adams and family spent Sun day with relatives at Fortagoville. II. C. Ilertwit'k is ongnged in the real estate business at lola, Kansas. E C. Speer of Hraggadoeio was a business caller at our olllee Wednes day . Miss Maud Noble was the guest of Miss Lizzie Adams at I'ortaville Sun day. Harry Henderson of Concord was in town Sunday, and says his family are all recovering from the small pox. Do you know that you can save money by buying building material, shingles, fencing, etc., from 0. W. Frick? lltf Mrs.S. E. Noble of Maiden, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs E. T. Adams, returned home hist Tuesday. For sale 1 pair mules 15.J4 hands high, 7 and 8 years old, good condition every way. Cash or good note. Dr. F A. Mayes. Hen Allen hasen't got but one lung but there is not a man in town w...

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. — 4 February 1909

THE HAYTI HERALD. ! 1 VOL. T. II A YTI, MISSOURI THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1909. NO. 15. If? ft If ? CANT ABANDON ROADS Attorney General .Major husrendeied an opinion in which lie holds that rail road companies cannot abanilon any lnit of thu line owned by them xxith oul forfeltlnjrthe charter ofthenentiie line, and arcalso subject topiosocutions for violations of the Hlato laws. 'J'Iuh iiicstion came up over the FriBuo ruiboad abandoning its line be tween Wurdell and Tullipoomi, two stations on tbu road running noith from l'ascola. Tbeioad involved is 11 miles long. Tbe attorney Kenerul said in bis opinion: Tho great wuigbt of modern autboii- ty, and paitieulurly in Missouri, is to tl'0 ell'eet that a railroad company in accepting a franchise must construct same in toto, anil such authoiity does not authorize the coustiuctiou of a purl only. After its construction, the duty then is placed on the mil mud com pany to commence operating same, and if the operation of the entire lines autho...

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. — 4 February 1909

. .y. I ' i! i RU-M TONIC FOR COUGHS, COLDS, CATARRH J08EPH HALL OHA8E .tYyrMViuvijjy. Peruna Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio. 0ntltmiii! T lmvn ncorl lni-iin and find tliat it, canuot bo equaled as a tonic, as well as a euro for coughs, colds and catarrh. You ntn miUinrizpil fr ticn mw fihoto with testimonial in any pub ication. Joseph II. Chase, 804 Tenth St., Washiugtoii, D. C. Cold and La Grippe Mr. C. Happy, Hiiuliu, Hay Co., Mo., writes: "I win safely recommend Pe J una as a remedy that will cine ull ca tarrhal troubles. "It was of great benefit to mo, as it cured me of catarrh of the throat, and I took a very bad cold and had la tf ippe last February. It settled in my tin oat and lungh. I took three bottles of Peruna and it cured me. "I highly locomiiicnd it to all who are bick, and I am glad to aild my en doisemcnt to that of others." Pc-ru-na for Colds Mr. L. Clifford Figg, Jr., 2920 East Marshall St., Jlichraond, Va., writes that when he gets a cold he takes Peru na, and it soon ...

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. — 4 February 1909

y I H X; SUPPOSED CORPSE SHOCKS HOBS HE SITS UP WHILE UNDERTAKE IS PREPARING HIM FOR BURIAL. LATTER SEES THE BODY HEAVE Speaks When Hand Is Plunged Into Jug of Cold Water Able to Converse with Family In a 8hort Time. London. A Rochdale undertakti met with n startling experience the other day. During the last few days .a traveler named James Fegan, 26 years of age, whose parents reside In Christian street, Preston, has heen se riously ill with pneumonia at his lodg ings In Rochdale. During the whole of Thursday night he was extremely ill, and apparently died at seven o'clock Friday morning. A brother and sister of Fegan, who rjad been summoned from Preston, and IJj&the inmateu of the house assured fohemselves that the man was dead, ffajnd straightway began to make ar rangements for the funeral. The blinds J 'ere drawn and the doctor was in- formed that death had taken place. Ho prepared the customary certificate i and arrangements were made about f some Insurance money. The under...

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. — 4 February 1909

Ill - !-- lg-. : Pi ii ' W.M. YORK. Published Weekly, on Thursdays. 91.00 a Year in Advance. THE HAYTI HERALD representative- were false and mislead- ing-, and wo aro propared to give them tlio kind of advertising they will not relish. With all courtesy to the drug stores, up to the present no patent medicine advertisement has over ap peared in these columns, and we will head the list of nowspnpers to forever decline them. They may bo till right for the half-star ved, antiquated back woods printer, to fill his space, but patent medicine men shun a live, up-to-date paper as much as a tramp does water; they won't pay" the price; they only pay about one-fourth to one tenth what tho home merchant pays, and if tho printer should oiler to run it free some of them would want him to buy a dozen bottles of slop for the privilege. Entered as second-class mutter Oct. :i(), 1003, at tho postofli.o at Hayti, Mo., under the ace of March 3, 1870. Hayti, Missouri. WHEN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES we ...

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. — 4 February 1909

'to y v notcs St. Francois cimnt.v otters tho latest illuutintluu of tlio ruform spirit tlitit lias come over tho saloon men. In that county, loral option was really adopted; but through a technicality, the county com t was permitted to con tinue licensing saloons. It was a nar iov escape, and tho saloon men know it. So last week "Tho LiquorDeul ers of St. Francois County," mut ami resolved, tlmt every member will strict ly obey all tho Btatuc laws ot the Btate relating to duunshops; that should any member disobey the law, all others will assiBt in having him convicted; that gambling of every nature will be prohibited on their premises; that in toxicants will not be Bold, directly, nor indirectly, to minois, drunkards or drunken men. The association re quested the lesolutions published in every county paper and uvery member of the association signed the pledge to enforcethem. The result will be watch ed with inteiest. The Public Square I don't want to Ihj a knocker, and in fact 1 am...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 4 February 1909

n ! i i h' M UH i; r,?i I ri i THE HAYTI HERALD $1.03 A YEAR IN ADVANCO. HAYTI, MISSOURI. THE NEWS IN IIKH I A GENERAL SUMMARY OF IMPOR TANT NEWS OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM ALU OVER. Four counties in Indiana voted "dry" Wednesday. The Texas Senate judiciary com mittee killed the Senate bill for itatutory prohibition. 'Nine thousand sacks of rough Japan rice were sold at Crowley, La., nt from $3 to $3.43 per barrel. Congressman Taylor, of Alabama, Introduced a bill providing for a naval training station on Moble Bay. Ex-Governor N. C. Blanchurd, of Louisiana, and Miss Charlotte G. Tracy were maried at Ncepawa, Canada. Two persons are reported killed and twenty injured in a passenger wreck on the Union Pacific near Dana, Wyoming. Mississippi Farmers' Union, in Eession at Jackson, approved the charter of the new million-dollar warehouse company. George Christie, son of the former King Milan of Servian throne, has accepted an engagement to sing in a cafe for $10 a day. Frank P. Glazier, ...

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. — 4 February 1909

5 WW TIRE AIMED AT FAT FEE JOB. AND THEY'VE GOT ITI MISSOURI NEWS Senator Booth Proposes to Chang Law on Inspection of Oil. ITES WBStmEN " ' sb i OF IE CONTES1 STATEMENTS BY GMELICH ANP PAINTER INDICATE A DESIRE FOR SETTLEMENT. REFMUGU CLAIMS DEFICt Democratic Candidate Also Main tains Majority on Original Vote and Amedcd Returns From The Recount. Jefferson City. That the contest fol lieutenant governor has become tiro some to both Gmellch and Painter Is evidenced from statements given out by them. In a statement as follows, Gmellch maintains that his election was as sured by the recount: "The time for making claims In ref erence to who was elected lieutenant governor Is past. The facts ought to be fully understood by this time by nil the people of the state, as well as it he, members of the legislature. The original returns, filed in the office of the secretary of stale, and with the speaker of the house, gave me thirty majority. On account of amended re turns from various precinct...

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. — 4 February 1909

nnwwwvH.ia.tgia AqxmnIw II i 4 1", i m n 'U . .- H, u I". IS5 ' ' if I I i' I ., ! ITEMS OF GENERAL Gathered at Random from Random Sources Wall Paper at Leller'-i. Mrs. Alli'n Hopo 1b uite ill thin week. Planters best flom at Averlll'H. W. S. Kearney of Wardell was in lla.Ui Saturday. Musical Instruments at Loner's L. C. Averill was at Cape Girardeau Friday and Saturday. Fresh fish, at the Frisco restaurant. The blizzard is gone and spring weather is here again. Get some fresh Hah at the Frisco restaurant. h. L. Leller made a buHiness trip to (.'nrutbersvllle Monday. Averill is giving beautiful presents to cash traders. Morcan Worth lias been at Ash Down, Ark., this week. Home-made sorghum at Averill's, ." cents a gallon. Ike Bails of i'aseola attended to legal business in Hayti Monday. The Spot UaBh Grocery makes prices. Do you read them? Why not have Teddy come to Pemis cot to hunt blind tigers' Highest cash price puid for furs. Hayti Livery Stable. 7tf The little daughter of Mr. ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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