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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 November 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1911. NO. 2. HIGH FINANCE. EVERETT'S VISITOR. CALLED BACK. GREENWELL RESIGNED. (LOCAL AND PERSONAL. On November 15 Constable FA About the firt time we ever .1 utlen uvi'ostecl Watson .luck-son. heat il of FiVerett. Huivd Koltintf a . , . -. . ...... .. . . ... .. in t no LoiU'om neiennorliood, I real squnro mnli run on him was to spend several days visiting old lor forgery, and il turns out that I last Sunday night, when a man j friends. A strong effort is being lie was doing quite a husinest, ' by the name ol Arthur KeKo made to induce him to aeeepl the along that line, as seeral are Irinn Dunklin eounty paid him eashiership ol tin' Citizens Dank now found against him. a visit and undertook to iay over to till the vacancy of LeoCreen- The first to be discovered was night with him. Something told well, resigned, but as he is hold a note to the Dank ol Hayti for Kvorott that he could not let the'inga uood position at Ha...

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. — 16 November 1911

)'' I HI, I I IU W If you hitond to stop your paper, ploano do ho promptly, and pny up what you owe. It is not right to talco this paper thruo to tvvolvo months and then refuse to pay for it. It.r. CUKSKWEIiIi Denial All KlndH ol Dental Work Neatly Uxeuuted Crown ami Hrldgevvorlc a Specialty Hayti, - Missouri THE HAYTI HERALD PunusiiBD Kvkiiy Thuhsd.vy, By Wim.iam York, Editoh and Pun. TUKMS OK BUUSl'KII'TION: 81.00 A YKAIt, CASH IN ADVANCB KNTi:itKD AT TIIK POBTOKKK'U, HAYTI, MlPSOritl. AS SKCONt) CLASS MATTUll OHlc-o in City Hull, HouthweHt Hootn, Hayti, lVmineot County, Missouri T. J. TKAITMANN Physician ami Surgeon i fllce phone CU. Heaidence (50. Jl yti, - - Missouri. J. W. JOHNSON Physician anil Silicon Hfilduiico Phono t!l. - - Olliue 1(1. Hayti. - Mo. I. G. CKIDEK l'hysiciaii and Surgeon Oillue in Tkautmann's Dkuo Stork Phono No. 50 Hayti, - Missouri V. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon IIvyti, ... Missouri BAYLKSS L. GUI FY LAWYER Hayti, - Missouri. S. J. JEFF&ES8 IiAWVKU ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 November 1911

jf w jw 131 LO TEN! A t ..:..:..:..:..;..:..;. . LIS O IV- The mail who suggested the use of these words for signs at railroad crossings is credited with having made more than $1,000,000.00. Of course a million dollars could hardly be made out of the use of these words now, but we assure you that if you will stop long enough to I.1STKN to the dictates of your better judgement you will get a few marks nearer to the million class. We want vour business and we can positively furnish vou the best values for the least money. To the Farmers---a few of our strong lines: Saddles and Harness, clothing of all kinds for the horse. Timber Men: We can supply your wants in such as Axes, Saws, Wedges and Sledges. To the Carpenter: We have got you, too, in the way of Hammers, Handsaws, Planes, Squares, and can supply all that goes to build a house. Just make out a list of your wants and come to us. To the Housewife: If you want to change the looks of that long, lean husband of yours a few good feed...

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 November 1911

KB Blankets, Comforts, etc. Cotton blankets $1.00 and up. Wool blunkets up to So Ctiinfotls $1.00 to 152.50 Hcst slueting, ner yard '25c Don't Meepeold when It costs so little to keep warm. "(jnod as (Jold" doincstic, per jnrd 10c I'ilhnv tailing, per iird Hoc FlaiUK'ls All cotton llnnncl. )or yard 10j Men's Shirts. Negligee. 'J'lii! most M li-.li ever shown in town. A new line inst opened, li urn want tliu latent and bet u ' will Mlt'elv IntJ these. LARGEST AND BEST PLACE TO TRADE Men's and Ladies' Shoes We handle only the world renowned Hamilton & Drown shoos and have them in every style, to suit every taste and to lit every foot. Come to us and have the satisfaction of beinff satisfied. Pants Pants select line of pants. Dress pants, work pants and Ked Diamond overalls. (everything- to please jou. JllSt Received A swell line of Novelty flood-. I0ver thiny to please the ladies. Ladies' Scarfs 25c to $2.50 A full and complete line of new and up-to-date goods, in the newest, larg...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 November 1911

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Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 16 November 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1911. NO. 2. VOL. 4. For Kalo- Two fl01' i"k,si l'lls-1 or cTodit. Two.T.T. Wnlkor.-JSl.C-vllle. C'omo to John 1aw1s' saloon for our wliisklus, winus and beer. tf. DARK ROOMS IN SCHOOLS ELIMINATED. CITY SAVES BY EQUIPPING ITS OWN PLAYGROUNDS. , ,. , mmw , mipumi i i' 'III.LJlllJ WANT bIa4g G2e3jH "cST i York Teachers Urge For Light For Children. Man A Five Drawer, Ball Bearing, Automatic Lift, Drop 1 lead, Vibrating Shuttle. Lock Stitch. NF.W HOME for only JnW' This machine has sold in this county for from $50 to $GU. '1 he Ruby Machine, Ball Bearing, Drop Head. Automatic Tjsons. Automatic Bobin Winder, Five- Drawers for only $21.UU. Hayti, Mo. It has t".5:en Now Vol I:' hoard education iiM'i' four e-irs to iiIi.i'mI'M. dull, rniinn in Hi" ! -St 1 - h""l hubd ii- ir in improve iln' Inhibit; then. n In Novciiilicr. r.Hii. iin- cu -n -r mii'iiili'iit i,i',,i i"il "in'' M' I'l'iin- ii "l,ll." SlllfC lliMl lilllO -.ll'IIC llIM' Ih...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 November 1911

Ill HH I I MFk III II IhM I m rk HH WmkW M VOL. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1911. NO, 3. COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES. ENDORSE JUDGE FAR1S. TOM HUTSON HURT. The friends of Hon. ('. B. Furin, ol Pemiscot conntiy. our able C'ir- A. T. IfutMin, cm' repairer for the Ki'isco, narrowly escaped I deutli Friday morning, by u loj cult Court.) udtfe. are eiucd jnsl ! ,....,,, ,)tV .... ,,.,r ,,,.' . ', ..," now in ui'Kii.sf him to lipeoine ul c-ompletuly over him, crushing MOVED TO C-VILLE. Leo Groonwoll and family loft Monday night for Caruthersville, where they will make their home COLLECTS $1,000.00 Bruce Stark, attorney-at'law of the law firm of IColIey it Stark, of St. Louis, was hero Thursday, . ... - i -t - i - , i ii in tiie iiuure. Air. ureenweu ' mnciny unit diituruny. looKing reiLfned the position as cashier after legal business. While here .-. .. -. . . . . Any district may calculate the amount due them from tin- state school fund by multiplying the number of children enumer...

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. — 23 November 1911

If you intend lo atop your paper, please do flo promptly, and pay up wliat you owe. It 1b not right to take tho paper three to twolvo months and then rofuso to pay for it. THE HAYTI HERALD Published Evijiiy Thursday, By William York, Editor and Pun. K. GKKSKWHIJj Dentist All KlnJn of Dental Work Neatly Executed Crown nutl nrlritfoworl: a Specialty Uayti, Missouri TKUMS or 8UHSCR!ITION: -31.00 A YKAR, CASH IN ADVANCIi KNTKRKI) AT TUB I'OSTOKKICK, 1IAYTI, .MISSOL'IU. AS 8KCON1) CI AS MATTBIl Ofllee In City Hall, HouthweHt Room, Hnyli. Petnlhcot County, Missouri T. J. TRAITMANN L'hysichui ami Surgeon Mice phone 50. MYTI, Residence CO. Missouri, J. W. JOHNSON L'li.siui:iii ami .Surgeon U-sidonoe Phone 21. - Ofllee 4(1. Hayti, - Mo. J. G. CKIDUK Physician and Surgeon (I'llCO in TllAl'TMANNV I)RU STORK - - Phono No. f0 Hayti, - - Missouri F. A. MAYES Physician and Surgeon Hvyti, - - Missouri BAYL1-SS L. GUTFY LAWYKU Iiayti, - Missouri. S. J. JEFFRESS UWYKK Will Practice lu All Courts. Hay...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 November 1911

THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. 4. TIAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1911. NO. 3. Rough Lumber Nolicc of Intention. To Issue u Proclamation Regard- J in;,' tin- Shooting of Fire Works j During1 the Hiillda.s. oi.!.. i. ... ,. ..n i... ..... ., i... ' I HIS IS IW I, .1111 .III IIH'l i;illllllS .111! have heretofore handled mid anyone wliii iniiv contemplate ;in kind ol tire If you arc looking for bargains in work, tor the hol'ui.i, trade. Several cars of bought at sheriff's most rough lumber, sale, for sale at REASONABLE PRICES A DIPLOMATIC MISSION Bv MARJOR1E CLOUG! 1 difivt ijli liv Al'itli ti ' A"- i .inn ' .11 LOVE FOR PASTIME By RUTI 1 GRAHAM CopjTljjl t bv Amfii-,.iii Vrf A"n il.it Inn. l'.'ll. inc. I I t. f 1 . umber, don t tail to set HUFFSTCTTER F llavti. 4 """""s- - TJiai 1 il'teiel tllid v ill Usui- :i pen I'lnmatinn pinlithitiug tho shooiin' ol Cannon t '.-ackers. Unman Candles AlisSOUri il'11' y'c-v H'".'kets within tin- curpor- ate limits ot the Citv ot llawi during tin- ...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 23 November 1911

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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. — 23 November 1911

'ywiwwfBWW www wwipwma i TOP LISTEN! O li , .;. ,j. .. .. .. .; .. . ., j. .j. .j. . .;. . .;. ;. . j j. .j. . :..k The man who suggested the use of these words for signs at railroad crossings is credited with having made more than $1,000,000.00. Of course a million dollars could hardly be made out of the use of these words now, but we assure you that if you will stop long enough to LISTEN to the dictates of your better judgement you will get a few marks nearer to the million class. We want your business and we can positively furnish you the best values for the least money. To the Farmers---a few of our strong lines: Saddles and Harness, clothing of all kinds for the horse. Timber Men: We can supply your wants in such as Axes, Saws, Wedges and Sledges. To the Carpenter: We have got you. loo, in the way of Hammers, Handsaws, Planes, Squares, and can supply all that goes to build a house. Just make out a list of your wants and come to us. To the Housewife: If you want to change the lo...

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. — 23 November 1911

ei i Blankets, Comforts, etc. ('ottou blankets $1.00 uml up. Wool blankets up to 5 (A)infons l (Mi to W.oO IJi"l slicfMiij;, por y.inl 125c Don't sleep cold when it eosts o little to k-ep warm. "(lood us (Jolil" domestic, per yard 10V I'illoiv vnluny, per yard LW riuniicK. All cotton llannel. per jiiru . .. 10V Men's Shirts. Ni'yliL.'CM. The most stvlish over shown it. town. A m u line just opened. If ou want tin1 hilt t and In si im will suri'ly bnj the-ie. Pants Pants A si leet lino of punts. I lit ss pants, work punts and I i'd Diamond overalls. Kvor.v tiling to please jou Just Received a svwii line of Noveitv c.oods Kvw.uhimr to please tin- ladies. Ladies' Scarfs 25c to $2.50 LARGEST AND BEST PLACE TO TRADE A full and complete line of new and up-to-date goods, in the newest, largest and best store room in town. You have to see our store and our line of goods to admire them. We have Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware, Groceries. J LB DORRIS NEW STORE Hayti, Missouri Me...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 November 1911

I "Fi I-" f "ripi53p'sgnjvj ?"f,''T Tf"" ' "' THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. 4 . HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 80, 1911. NO. 4 Jl COLLAR LINE. I-i!M A. Gnxniwi'll, owner of the CIRCUIT COURT DOINGS. Tt is n little clitlk'iilt iiir us to Ket the proceedings of IheeourKK'ollnr Ijine St:uniM's, undo the in time for publication, font hero-' tirst trip from Curnthorsvilli' and sil'tei vt are tcomy: to nuilcf ;mef CiiroluM wool;, anil was highly lort to publish tliem. I'Vfii if u pleafd with the result. Tin1 trip are u little late. was tnaiK' on the Wenona. and Follow hu is the must iitior was largely in the form of tin ex tant part, of the profoedings in eursion. many business- men be. the circuit court up to Tuesday: FRISCO WRECK, NO. 22. Engineer Killed and Fireman Seriously Hurt Train Derail ed by Running Over Cow. The Carnthersvillc and ( 'ape (lir.iriloaii passenger train was seriously wrecked, within iheyani limits in this city, a little after si. o'clock- Wednesday morning, instanll...

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. — 30 November 1911

COLLAR LINE STEAMERS Caruthersville, Mo., to Cairo, 111. I'l.vinjf between ("arutlirrsville. Mo., and Cairo, 111,, milking two trips a week, t ti lcinr freight ana pas-i liters for all way landing-! from Curuthcrsv 111c to I'aiio. Rates arc reasonable Steamer TETenona will leinc CaruthersUlle, Mo., for Cairo, 111., on Sunday h and Wednesdays nt fc a. in., and li'iics i'aiio, 111 , on icturn trips, (!i'rj Monday and Thurs du at 7 p. in. V haven wan--liouso anil agent til (!ajno and all way landings. Freight will be promptly delivered from (Jayoso to Ilali by tin- a vent. For rates or any other infor mation apply to l.eo A. (Jreen wcll, on hoard Str. Wcnumi, Caratht'isvlllc, Mo. THE HAYTI HERALD PUllMHIIKll EVKRY TlIUltSDAY, By WlLMAM YoilK, KulTOll AND PUU. tkhms ok BunucnuTioN: Sl.oo a yi:ak, CAH1I IN ADVAKUIS knti:ki:d at the i'ostokkicij, hayti, Missouri, as hi:coni clash mattkr Oflieo. in City Hall, Southwest Room, Hayti, Pemiscot County, Missouri THAT NEW DEPOT. Leo A. G-reeivwe...

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. — 30 November 1911

-iTpr)St THE HAYTI HERALD. VOL. 4. 1IAYTT, MLSSOUKI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 80, 1911. NO. 4. rnrmfl Rough Lumber ! Several cars of rough lumber, bought at sheriff's srdV, foi salt: at , most REASONABLE. PRICES If you arc looking for bai gains in lumber, don't fail to sec me. l. Hl'PFSTl'TTKK lfavti, - Missouri Notice of Intention. To Issue a Proclamation ltegard- ng the Shooting of Fire Works Dui'ing the llolidavs. TliU is to wui'ii 'ill iiH'ivliftui- who hate li'-i'i'iolni'i' handled and unvoiio rtlm unit contemplate un Kind oi tin' vvoi,k fur tli'1 liolnuv 1 1 sit.li. that I intend iinil will is,no a pro-'c...!,. ... ,, !1Ck.!0,,t Kinfolk I'iiljii1 Nfliuol County School Notes. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Jlistriot No. 2. liny ward school, I Win. Ulaylock, inaniiKor of the isinalcinKlnKoxlunslvo improve-1 A. M. Allen Feed Co. of Ken ments in its school building. nU. was horo l'Ytdu. and Sat Oiling ttrc hoiiiK iiiutl, walls m-du.v. looking after muttiM--. in papoivd and wainscoted. (loo. (.um t...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hayti herald. — 30 November 1911

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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. — 30 November 1911

"-'5WflSP? ST LISTEN! wmm 0 "t wowth.V'V' TJWr "Vf s 0 V The man who suggested the use of these vjiU for signs at niilrori crossings is credited with having made more than $1,000,000.00. Of cour.se a million dollars could hardly he made out of the use of these words now, but we assure you that if you will stop long enough to LlSTIiN to the dictates of your better judgement you will get a few marks nearer to the million class. We want your business and we can positively furnish you the best values for the least money. To the Farmers---a few of our .strong lines: Saddles and Harness, clothing of all kinds for the horse. Timber Men: We can supply your wants in such as Axes, Saws, Wedges and Sledges. To the Carpenter: We have got you, too, in the way of Hammers, Handsaws. Planes, Squares, and can supply all that goes to build a house. Just make out a list of your wants and come to us. To the Housewife: If you want to change the looks of that long, lean husband of yours a few good feeds ...

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. — 30 November 1911

fiiF erflSEwmttPSJK ammamMmammmwmmmmmummm 1 Blankets, Comforts, etc. Cottot. blanket 1.00 and up. Wool blankets up to 5 Comfort. 1.00 toW.oO Host sliet'tinjr, per .vintl '25c Don't sleep cold when it costs -o little to keep warm. "Oood u Gold" dome.stic, per jtird . lk I'illon tubing, per yard 'Jflo Flannels. All cotton tlannel, per jiird 10o Men's Shirts. Nuj.'llirop. The most stylish over .shown in town. A new linn just opened. If .von want the, latest and be! you will stiivly litij tlH"-. Pants Pants A select linonf pants. Dress pants, work pants and Ited Diamond overalls. Kverythinjr to please yon JllSt ReCCiVCtl A swell line of Novelty GdoiN. Kverylhiny to please the ladies. Ladies' Scarfs 25c to $2.50 LARGEST AND BEST PLACE TO TRADE A full and complete line of new and up-to-date goods, in the newest, largest and best store room in town. You have to see our store and our line of goods to admire them. We have Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware, Groceries. J. L DORRiS ...

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. — 7 December 1911

f HPW tif IflWWV """V" TfW V, Tf -A. -IfW C TUT? X fllli HAYTI 111 JLlL.JL .JL JifJL VOL,. 4. HAYTI, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911. NO. 5. OUR COUNTY SCHOOLS. Concord, Dry Bayou and Stan ley ni'luinls htivc united in n joint entertainment lobe given on lYi diiy nitiht before (Jlirisluris Willi Mil' tho HONOR ROLL. Koom J, Tjt5tit.iL McFitrlund teacher: Wilbort Brown, Mtin etl I'rcol.v. Paul Dugnn, Kielwrd Speed. Vi'iitjici't' ildwi'U, lOv.s in a largo number of pupils (.'unningliain. Naomi Hart. Fona teacher art1 promiiim an Sanders, lassie Spencer, excellent program. May Spencer. ADS VS. HANDBILLS. A newspaper with 1,000 sub scribers has .",000 readers, says an exchange. A merchant, who l)iil s i)iil 1. 000 hand bills possibly 4('ts ."00 people to read them, Williei thai is if the boy who distributes them does not chuck them under the sidewalk. The hand bills Tyler is the lirst school to have' Uoom J, Mona .Imlen teaeher: pupils complete mv moutiisol l'earl Autr.v. fliimlc u...

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 December 1911

MJpg atTO SKL "'rrff-1""" r'-'t-r-y ii THli IIAYTI W.M. YOHK, I'lhlished Weekly, on Thursdays. HERALD clearing for all time any doubt as to their guilt. si. 00 a Yeiir in Advance. Entered us Recond-elnBB mnttur Ocl. .Hi, 1908. at the poatolliuo at Hnyti, Mo., under till! nut of March 3, 18711. liAYTt, MlSHllt'M. THE .MfNAMAHAS CONFESS. No doubt tin1 greatest epoch in he history of tin United States sini't; tliu days of '01 was the con ession of vln McXainnrit broth- r.s at Los Angeles, California. .ist week, to the dynamiting harges ag.iin.st them, bringing he trial to an abrupt stop, and COLLAR LINE STEAMERS Caruthersville, Mo., to Cairo, 111. IJlv my between 'aruthersville. Mo., and Cairo, 111.. tiiukuiLT two trips a week, taking freight n no pasxenyers tor all wax landings from ('aruthersville to Cairo. Kates are reasonable Steamer "VTenona will leae ( 'arutb-rsville, Mo., for Cairo, 111., on Sunday h and Wednesdays at h a. in., and leaves Cairo, 111, on leinri, trips, everv Mond...

Publication Title: Hayti Herald, The
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