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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 January 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 14. H01 Ttrmt vf HubMriplion: Oti year.. AUDRAIN CIRCUIT COURT. Term Beginning Monday, January 18. ..Lasting 18 Days. flit Month ' Thrpe Jlontus ' The Neglected Boy. A prominent priest of Chicago, the Hev. Thomas Cox, talking few days ago, pays the K.C, World, ou the relations of a mother to lit r children, made the startling state ment that many women haerifi ed the comfort and (ruining of thi ii Iwya, that they might add the lux uries to their girl. The father declared that the daughters were (tampered, while the sons were negleeted, and that the great desire of must modern mothers wan to nee the former married, and devote the wages of the latter to the culmination of her aims. Thin statement htiiis as if it might lie a rat her startling one, but perhaps there may lie some truth in it. Mothers may not mean to neg lect their Lot s, but somehow a Cirl eouies just a little nearer to a mother's heart. It may be that it is bi cau.-ea girl is mote in toiieh wi...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 January 1904

Mexico Miss Mess our: AGE VOLUME V. MEXICO,; AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1904. NUMBER 12 i6r y HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Arehit) Sutton fit Farmer last week. died W. A. Douglass of this city was down looking after his flue farm near Venice last week. Harry Huwes was to have made a speech in Mexico last Tuesday night but cancelled the dace. Dr. It. V. Bourne and J. F. Llewll.vn, both of this city, are directors of the bank of Slater. Vandalia is uow out of debt and has money in the treasury. Let's see, believe Vandalia has no sa loons. Dogs killed and crippled about, 23 head of sheep for Wesley Winn and Frank Eller a short time since. Mrs. T. II. Selbof this city took her little sou dowu to Rush Hill for a surgical operation last Saturday. A Vandalia man has'already eat en so much rabbit this season that every time a dog barks he tries to get under the sidewalk. M. B. Paige, near Mexico, will build a large two story house on his farm this spring. Solomon Fox...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 January 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. JoV.ii Heal. Editor and I'ropih-tor. EnU-rwl nt.' lint IV-tollier ut Mexico. JIu., ns fccoml-rliisK matter. TIIl'KSDAY. JAN. 21, 1004 County Candidates. 'KOSi: I TIX'i ATTdKNKV WK nr- imttmrieil to iinuim' mtioi l HittftMi cainiiiliiti' I'T rr-" '"t Attorney. Mil.J.rl t. Hn- iicti-.n of tli Iti'tniM-riitie nliiiar . WK lire nullum" il lo iinni.mu .lolm II. Oivur t-aiiiliiliile f.'i I'ro-i vuliiu- Al t.irney. Miljei-t t" tin' lit tii.Il of the l.TiH)i ralie jirimiiry. .s-4Olt. WK are initliHi'teil t' a nn. e.I. V. Vaif. r 11 i iiidicliile f,.r ( i.im'y .--e--.t. Mlhjeit I. tin- uelii'l. nf I in- I 'i lli- i n.t 'V primary. MIMill r. WK are a iillmri. e:i to aniiounee I'latil. .lame, a eainlelale f..r liei,il. Mihj-rl t the ,ii -1:1.11 f 111" ie:lni-r.!t;e i'l ilual'V. V. ale uui ln.ii - .1 lo i.iiiiiiuin-e II. I". M i.!-;iei..n ii eainiiilate lor M.t riff. Mib- je.-t to the ac-li ( tin- lel::o ralie inarv. ll"rei. caltli-. le-ei ami liou'-. Tnri....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 January 1904

i .- ' . V 1 T&a-MssaaS ; J Miss Rose HennessVt well known as a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Ky., tells how she was cured of uterine . inflammation and ovaritis by the use of ; Lydia K Pmkham's Vegetable Compound. "Deah Mm. PrniHA. I hare been so blessedly helped through the use of Lydia K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound that I feel it bat just to acknowledge it, hoping that it may help some other woman Nufferlnfr as I did. ' For years I enjoyed the best of health and thought that I would always . do so. J attended parlies and receptions thinly clad, and would be suddenly chilled, but 'I did not think of the results. I caught a bad cold eighteen i months ago while menstruating, and this caused inflammation of the womb and congested ovaries. I suffered excruciating pains and kept getting worse. My attention was called to your Vegetable Compound and the wonderful . cure it had performed, and I made up my mind to try it for two months and see what it would do for me. Withi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 January 1904

WW THE FATAL REQUEST O R FOUND OUT By A. L. Hrii Author of MMln Own rmll.r friend, lc frlf M, 11, Csprrifftt; V m 1 1 if. i CHAPTER XI. Continued. "Know me? Of course he does!" as the reply. "Didn't I buy him of orunkrn old Irish woman, and mend Ma broken log for him? And do you think be'a going to forget that, though tie Is only a duck?" Tney remained pacing up and down the . garden paths until it was quite 1usk; the doctor persistently con vening on cheerful subjects, and re futing to allow the conversation to lake a morbid turn. At nine o'clock supper was served, I consisting of boiled fowl and sau sajtRS. "You'll take a leg and a wing and bit of the breast?" said the hos pitable little man, as be piled his visitor's plate. "You've got a trying day before you to-morrow." CHAPTER XII. The Other Passenger. The Inquiry Into the death of M Bllas Hurrltt was held at the "Wheat nheaf," In the long, low room usually dedicated to the flowing bowl and the promotion of social intercourse. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 January 1904

CLAIMS RUSSIA WILL KEEP WIJU CLOSED Interesting Statement Credited to Russian Milliliter at Seoul. London: The Dally Mall correspond ent at Seoul quotes M. Pavloff, the1 Russian minister, as making the fol lowing statements: Russia will refiue, In the Interests of peace, to consent to the opening of the Korean port of WIJu, and wilt protect Korean sovereignty at all costs . That U is Impossible to allow Japan 'to secure a preponderating Influence in Korea, and that the . Japanese are superficially clvlllxed medlaevals, ven- eered with modernity. lf they got Korea they will commit excesses which will be cnargea to Russia. They have robbed the Korean poor. It la Impossible for civilized Russia in see them dominate the peninsula, it is not a light matter to have a free nation obliterated. The Russian fleet will not fight. Fabian tactics will Je employed, and Japan will defeat herself shortly aft--r she Is on a war footing.' Russia has no need to fight, unless she la forced to. She can ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 January 1904

r.'cxict) Missouri Message -fc ,, JOHN DEAL, Publisher. "IKXICO MISSOURI T For certain klndi of Insanity there I only one core. Another hero of Manila bar mar ried. 61111 following tbe example of the old man! A Bailor In the Vnlted State navy bas junt Inherited $250,000. Will this encourage enlistment? Dr. Parkhurst says that New Vear'a resolution! are Insincere. The Doo la nothing If not original. Let us hope that when 8paln be comes a republic It will not be of the Spanish-American variety. Hope you didn't forget the poor lit tle youngsters whose stockings were too dilapidated to hang up. King Edward must have been seri ously provoked at Admiral Fisher. 11 hardly ever uses a big, big D. One of the most depressing sights ;ln the world Just now Is the coat pile .that was expected to last all winter. A New York woman had a Christ ,mas tree for tbe dog friends of her .dog. Editorial subject for Col. Wat tersoa. The fact that Mrs. Hetty Green Is living In a S19-a-month flat need arouse...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 January 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 21,' 1904 5 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. $2 Harry Hawes speaks at Centra lia to-morrow aight. John X. Brown visited friends in Liuldonia this week. Mrs. Frank Coatsworth is visit ing friends in Tennessee. Dr. E. S. Cave was laid np n few days with rheumatism last week. Mrs. A. D. Bledsoe and son, James, visited Centralia friends this week. L. A. Bird is making a most ex cellent paper out of the burg Enterprise. Martins- O. W. Walker of Ohillieothe is the new night clerk at the Ritigo Hotel in this city. Miss Susie Green is quite ill. Mrs. L. Acnff, a sister, of Spring field, Mo., is visiting her. J. A. Potts and son, John, at tended the implement dealers con vention in Kansas City this week. Thomas Flannery, lately rested for deserting the U. S. vy, has returned to work on cut-off railroad. Been 40 degrees below zero different parts in New York week. Springtime weather this way all week. ar- Ml the at this out The A. D. Spratt farm, 49: acres, near Sturgeon, in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 January 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 21, JTOt Ttrmn nf Niilncription: Ono yar Si Month r'" Tlirw Month FROM OLD MEXICO. Dr. II. K. Ilindc Writes the Message an Inter csllng Letter. This is tlio M-vcntieth miniver wiry of my birthday three i-vore on J ton years old to-day! Is t posible! It i dimVtilt for me to realize tin: fai t that 1 ntn m old; and yet sonii'time wli'-n I let my mind run b;u-k over the vast and think of all that has transpired within tny nn'moiy il set m to mi' n hundred year ago Mine 1 was a hoy. One reason of this, I am sure, is the intervening eivi! war of ISfil (il. Th" terrible events of that war seemed to add at least a ipim ler of a eciilmy ( IliV life. Awa donn lu re in this foreign country when- t ver thing is so novel mid Mianir, and where there are so few 1 can converse with I am left a great deal to my own thoughts, and on litis birth day, especially, I am thinking thinking! .My father seemed to mean old man iikiii when he died, and I inn six .veins older than he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 January 1904

Al, t, (J : Mexico Missouri Message. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1904. VOLUME V. NUMBER 13 HAPPENED and V 1 SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Rush Hill buyers have been pay ing 35 cents a bushel for com. Miss Mary Cross of this city a student at the Warrensburg Nor mal. Stephen Wooldridge at Benton City has been wrestling with the measles. Miss Susie Martin, of Martins burg, is attending the Normal in Columbia. Mr. .Wnh Adkinson and Miss Sadie Morris, lately manied, will reside on the groom's fa"rm. north- west of Worcester. Miss Lotta Clark of Oak Park, ill., haa been elected to take the place of Miss Mary Houston in the Mexico public schools, Miss Hons- ton resigned. ' The dwelliug of Mrs. Tudie Cauthorn in west part of Mexico cought fire last Saturday. Smull damage flames extinguished be fore fire company arrived. R. F. Gulick. west of Mexico, has rented his farm for a year to a I aioDeny man. air. uuu nave cnarge ui iuc .1 - ml I At.tr. OtnAM I iarm, ioutn or mexico...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 January 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. Jokn Bofll, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tin" I'oufciflicn at Mexiro. Mo., ok awond-clasa matter. THURSDAY. .UN. 2. WH County Candidates. PROSEfUTINO ATTOUNEY V V. ft po an ilmr'm-,1 to iinnDiiliro Orlsii doHlttma candidate, tur Pro-went inu Attorney, mibjcet lo thr action of Hit Democratic primary. vr o.,ih,,rif,l aiiiioiini'o John I). Orcar a candidate rr rn-ei-utlng At torney, Mil-ject to the action ft the Democratic iirinmry. ASSESSOR. WE are authorized to niinounce.1. V. Vagur a candidate for uinty Asx'or. subject to tlm actlnt. of the Democratic primary. We are uiillioried to iiunoillii-e. J M. rilpplt! a candidate for t'outity A-isor, Siltijeet to tile action nf the Democratic primnry. MII'UIIT. WK are authorized to announce frank James u candidate- for Mieiill. subject to the action .f the liemucrutic primary. WK are authorized to announce II. I'. Mlddl' ton a candidate for Sheriff, suti Jctct to the action of the democratic pri mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 January 1904

TOLHAL COURT " ZX"". UPHOLDS PEABODY .Sefaees to Interim -With Colorado v Governor.. A. ' " '- .Denver,-Colo.; Judge- Mono Hallotr, in tbe United States' District Court kere Wednesday, after consideration of, the- Sherman; Parker habeas cor pus case, against the military authori ties of Colorado, announced that hi court IB without Jurisdiction In tha matter.. . ;.. Parker Is. a union miner of Cripple -Creek who Is held la tha military bull pen without ' warrant In his opinion .'Judzft UnlWrtt ears: . . "in times of turbulence and when there Is a probability ot violence, dls 'cretkm may be exercised on the putt of the authorities In holding prison ers without ball and to hold them in -custody until reasonable investigation has been made. "The governor, as executive of the State, Is authorized, and required to "enforce the law, and if, In doing so, he finds It necessary to- call out the .militia and use the power of the State he should do so. The matter of how the State should enforce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 January 1904

r f ' 5 yhi r t. t , j . . .. -a,, i .1 1 1 ii i i ir inn ir , ,v. . BSAU Fablls. . ' . "IKXICO MISSOURI ,'. . I Happy the horse whose fastest mil la sot protested. j It look IfV.e war In the orient. But why thla delay of Richard Harding 'Davis' departure? Detroit pati out 4.000,000.000 pill year, and yet has no burning desire to be known as the PHI city. The gambling hall at Monte Carlo will clear $7,000,000 thla year. It la almost aa profitable aa a trust. Perhapa M. Curie, the Inventor of radium, (eared that with a few decora tions he might be mistaken for a dub. ' Of course the wire trust Is greatly . aunnsed at the idea of fencing this country off from Canada with barb wire. ' It Is to be a long year thla year for the nan who draws bis pay every Sat urday, for there will be fifty-three pay days la It. Somebody has Invented a device for snaking a permanent record of all tele phone conversations, but most of them areat worth It. ' It la a safe bet that the man who wrote so raptur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 January 1904

V V 6 J LA9TIN0 ' KKLICP. j. W. Wall. Snptr lntendsnt , of Street of Lebanon. Ky., ays: ; "ilt nlgbUjr rsat was broken, owing . to trregralaritlas of tha kidney. 1 aoffarsa Intensely from severe palm In the email of my back and throngs ta kidneys and was- annoyed by pain ful passages of abnormal seeretlont. Doctors failed. to relieve me. I began taking Doan'e Kidney Fill and I ex perienced quick and lasting relief. Doan'a Kidney PUla will prove a bleat ing to all sufferers from kidney disor ders who will giro them a fair trial." Foster-Mtlburn Co., Buffalo, N. T proprietors, for aale by all druggists, BTloe 19 ents per box. ' A little Girl's Prayer? Little- Alice had been put to bS and was saying her vrayers. This was part of her petition: "Oh, Ood, make all the bad' people good and make all the good people all the good people the good people olcel" Try One Package. If "Defiance Btarch" does not please you, return It to your dealer. If It does you get one-third more for the same mon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 January 1904

KANSAS CITY GIRL WHO HAS WON HIGH FAVOR IN ENGLAND London correspondent point out an unusual bonor for an American singer to the three-year contract made by the Covent Garden opera in Iondon with Mlaa Elizabeth Parkinson. Miss Park la soa la the daughter of Judge John D. WON CAMPAIGN WITH BULL. How New York Assemblyman Secured Hia Seat. ' Much surprise wan evinced when the young millionaire Robert Win throp Chanter defeated Major Francis G. Landon in the race for the New Tfork assembly. The explanation may .be found in a story which seems to Indicate that Mr. Chanter either has good idea of practical politics or is being guided by a veteran at the name. Everything was going well with Major Landon's campaign, despite his unpopular move in declaring against the acceptance of Pullman passes, when Mr. Cbanlor invested $5,000 In a prize duii, wnicn ne mviioa ii m mo 1 armors of the district to call at bis place and view. The rurallsts went Into raptures over the bull, and when they expre...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 January 1904

THE MESSAGE THUllSDAY, JAN. 28, 1904 Q HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. 4 Mrs. E. T. Smith remains dau gerously sick. A cpbp of scarlet fever in J. W. Triinble's family. Several cases of measles iu the west part of town. Mr. aud Mra..lon Dealing vis ited iu St. Louis lust week. Robert Peck, of Kowena locality, is feeding 150 head of cattle for the market. J. C. AnJe'Bou of Rowena Sold Robeit Peck 1,275 bushels of corn, getti n g 33 cents. . Muir & Cunningham of Rush Hill sold four mules to Dnuu Bros of McCredie for $675. Miss Ilattie Stevensou will teach in the Maple Grove district, this spriug, where she taught this wiu- tar. . T. B. Hassler, the blacksmith, was on his back several days lust week with an affliction of lumba .go. , . Company F of Mexico will camp for two short periods at the World's Fair iu St. Louis ' this year. - Misses Martha Mason and Sallie Blytbe visited Mrs. Charlie Clark tear Thompson, several days last week. ' Philip Shire, northeast of Mex ico, sold two flue mu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 January 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1904 Term of Subscription: One year "0H Ni Month M Three Months UNIVERSAL PEACE. World Not Yet Ready Disarmament. for New York, .In ti.21. Fence hi-re, elsewhere and for all lime, was the dominant note of lmlf n dozen well-known speaker at the nine teeuth auuunl dinner of the Hol land Society of New Yolk, Riven at the Waldorf-Astoria to-nignt. William Jennings Bryan talked of universal love mid harmon; ;the Chinese Minister eulogized the Czar of Knssiu for iiinugnr ting the great movement for interna tional pence, mid other orators proclaimed against further slaugh ter by warring nut ions. President Roosevelt, a member of the society, sent a letter expres sive of his regret that, he could not be with his "fellow Dutchmen." Mr. Bryan was the chief figure at the principal table, and Mrs. Bryan, with a group of friends, oc cupied the large box. Mr. Bryan said, in part: Since my visit to the Nether lands my thoughts have been dwelling much upon the importa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 February 1904

STATE HISTOftrCAI. s-o Mexico ' MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1904. VOLUME V. NUMBER 14 Missouri Message. HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY aA A. George A Lewi lost a fine b.-.-r steer in Salt River ihe other day miimal broke thru the ice mid whs drowned. J. 11. Canada, urn! CeiitialiH, sold four ears or Mexican lambs in St. Louis recently, the stock bringir.g him $5-90. Six or eight negro crap shoot ers re arrested in Flat Rock one day last week. Several are board ing in the city bastile. MiasRussie Douglas closed a very successful term of school ut Veuice a few days ago. Miss Douglass goes to Kirksville Ihis week to attend the Normal. "Aunt" llannah Wiusor, col ored, died in this city hist week. ' She possessed considerable proper ty aud was quite aged; some cluim she was over one hundred years old. A strange hog disease is raging iu southwesteru Audrain. It is called "muscle worm." A para site gets iuto the muscle of the an imal, and the hog always dies. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 February 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered nt llir PoMoflice t Minlro. Mo., ns prond-rlai nutter. THURSDAY. FEB. 4, WH County Candidates. I'KOSKCTTINH ATTOHSEY WE are authorized to announce Orlu ilolllttaia candidate fur ProMcutin? Attorney, subject to llie action of the Democratic primary. WE arc authorized to announce John I). Orear a candidate f.r Prosecuting At torney, MiViJoct to the arlion of the Democratic primary. ASSESSOlt. WE arc authorized to mmounoe.J. W. Yaireir a canilldnto for County Assesnr, subject to the nctloti of tlio democratic primary. We are authorized to announce J M. Sipplc a candidate for County Aesnor, hubji'Ct U the action of tho Democratic primary. tSHEltlFr'. WE ore authorized to announce. Frank James a candidate for MierifT, subject to tho action f the Democratic primary. WE are authorized to announce II. I'. Middleton a candidate fur Sheriff, sub Jed to the action of the Democratic prl mary. COLI.KCTOIt. We are aut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 February 1904

CLAIM LCr.ENZ OWED MACHEN OLD DEBT Defense Saya There Was Large Bal anc Due Government Official. Washington: The defense in the -postal trial opened Thursday. Mr. Moddox. on behalf ont the Groffs, said h would prore that George E. Lorenx, In 1J95, had purchased for, $500 a half Interest In the Groff fastener. He was . followed by Mr. Kumler, for the Lo reoses. Kumler asserted that as far Lack as 188S Machen, George E. Lo rens and his brother engaged In the oil business In Ohio, but as a result of their various transactions George A latens'tmed Machen 135,000, and that whatever money Lorens paid to Machen was In settlement of an hon est dt. Conrad Byrne, on behalf of Machen, agreed with what Maddox and Mr. Kumler bad said, and added that he would prote there was' no con spiracy. , " . .Th first witness for the., defense waa Mlaa Ina 8. Liebhardt, chief clerk of tho rural free delivery division, who had 'testified for the. government. She said that since 1901 she had placed Machen's n...

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