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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 February 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1904 Terms of Subscription: On year H.oo tilt Moulin : .V) Threw Months 25 Peach Buds Killed. Eiditor RURAL WORLD: Again our hopes of a liountfouft crop of this liicioiiR fruit have been dashed to earth. A careful i-xmiii-inaliou of pem-li buds on Jim. 2'.) revealed the f net lluit very few buds could lie found (lint were alive. The writer Iiuk Miiiictliing like twenty neren devoted to this crop, so (lint to him it is some dis appointment. It did not come un expectedly. I have observed (hut when tin p ieh tdieds bud early very few pi-m-h buds survive tue winter. It seems us lung us the leaves remniii on the tree the fruit j buds remain doiniiint, but lis hood os the leave fall oil', the buds be fin to swell whenever there is moist or warm weather. As 1'rof. Whitlen, like myself, has u "tooth for the peaeh," I would be triad if he could devise Hume way to keep the tree growing late in (lie tall, mi HS to hold the fruit buds back. I feel sure that there ...

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. — 25 February 1904

Mexico Mi Message. ssour: VOLUME V. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 25, 1904. NUMBER 17 HAPPENED oncl O.V:" U'CAL M(h Mis Nellie Shell will tench in the Elm B.mhI district thi-t .tpi-iii. Miss ( iillte Kili'.v. of near is a student ul the Xm utal emy iu Columbia. Tlll.i', Acad Will MoGee f Laddonia has bei'ii helping out nt the Mexico C. & A. telegraph office for u week. Mr. Frank Kiser and Miss Eita Waugh, both of this county, were married iu thin city last Thursday by Ruv. P. M. Crow of Gallatin. The Farber Forum says: Gray is to pay 480 cash vent Ed for 150 acres of the Scbultz farm near town. It is high rent, but theu it is a good farm, and of course Ed expects to come out ahead. Clarence Staple und Albert Ilu- len, who for some time have been employed ou the Mexico. Intelli gencer, have bought the Cameron Sun and and take charge next month. Boys, here's wishing you success. Mrs. Sam Young; in Audrain, near Santa Fe.with eight children, is in poor circumstan...

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. — 25 February 1904

THE MESSAGE i . "I John Deal, Editor nud Proprietor. Mo., coini(l-class inntw r. THURSDAY. FEU. 1 '.) County Candldatcs-The Prl mary May 7, 1904. !'i;isl". TTINU ATTOKXKY M:ri' innlmrli'tl to mi nice rton ,l lllllial. i-:,tiill(ll!lc f.-r I're-ei'iitim: Attorney, ul.W i M tin- la iicii !" Jhinoenitir ;ri nmry. VK lire oiitlioi'ii'l '" ii iiiumiK-f- Jnlm IV Oieur mnilldiiti' f"r I'los. i niinir At Uirnry. uiili.lpct t' 'Ii'' m-lion "f H"' Iiciiiui.'1'.ttli: i i in si t-. Assi::-,soii. Wi: aic anili'irlt'il to umioi Ynizcr n ciiinliihiti' for t'oinily A J. v. -or. oublci i to tllf ill lioli of lln lllornilii' primal. v. Wo m e inn Inn ii'il to aiinoiniro .T M. Si'iipl'i a ran.Hilalo for County Ae-e.or. f ulij'.i t l'i Ihf ai li if lli'' 1 inix-iat if primary. We ii r- autliorii'il to aiHiomii r Unfit .latl.'oii a can.liilati' for A r. Milijert to the aiiioii of tin- lii niocraiii' primary. Y. are autlioriml to miiio'inee l'ruiik .Ihiih- a c.'treliilute for Mn-riff. nlj i't to tlie uni...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 February 1904

MOM IK I0D0E! CHICAGO GIRL FIRST LOVE OF GERMAN CROWN PRINCE GREATEST EVER HELD ON EARTH 0OI1GD i t Estimated Cost, Exclusive of the Value of the Exhibits, Is from Forty to Fifty Million Dollars Miles of Wonderful Displays in More Than Twenty Duildings. 1ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION WILL BE TROUBLE MDD ' .ivk"" jr -f, . .V , .i ' V ," - One ot the prettiest of American -girls who has dazzled the Crown Prince of Germany, the future ruler of tils nation, on whom the eyes of the world are at present turned, la a Chi cago girl. She la Mamie Wakefield, now living at 4G46 Prairie avenue, Chicago. She Is i beautiful woman, rather tall and - .Blender, with a complexion of pink and white brilliance, intensified by large brown eyes, and heavy waves of black hair. . - The Prince met MIsb Wakefield when she was presented at court at the large reception on New Year's In 1899, when the Prince represented his father, who was indisposed. Mrs. , White, wife of Ambassador Andrew D. White, then stationed In B...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 February 1904

Hcxico Missouri Hessago , i JOHM DEAL, Publisher. "ntXICO , MISSOURI " ' IT King PeteT row see Mb way o re tiring on m comfortable pension, that's fcia brut move. ' They are now talking of sterilizing cur money. Well, all right, If R docs rat tanse too much delay. According to the Milwaukee esti mate, there are 9d.00fl.0ou microbes nd twenty beera In a $1 bill. Why does not some one start a dls Tusskm on the question. "Should Husband Trim bin Wife's Hata?" nenry Arthur Jones has written i new drama entitled "Joseph Entanfrl d." Knocking Chamberlain, prob hljr. Speaking of general Information, do yon know, for instance, how to spell the name of the president of Para guay? The coffee cigarette Is popular 1 Parts, but many Amerlran cigarette smokers continue to bo satisfied with Joctored hay. The English no sooner crossed the jorder than they knocked the "h" out at Thibet that had been there from time Immemorial. Readers are cautioned against matching and landing whalea along the Norwe...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 February 1904

SHORT NEWS STORIES Caught from th Wire and Condensed i - for Busy Readers. Miss Kilcullen of St Louis is to get f 1.200 for money chewed by rats. ' , The Senate pannes the diplomatic and consular bill without debate. Fire destroys an entire block at Houston, Tex., with losses aggregating 1160,000. . Two lions perlstf tn a 'fire which de stroys a new steamer at her dock in New Tork. . Alexander Kilpatrlck, builder ot the gunboats Lafayette and Choctaw, dies from asthma. . William and Dcthena Gregory were remarried last week after an estrange ment of 25 years: A report says that Ave Russian cruis ers from Vladivostok have bombarded Hakodate, Japan. Burglars dynamite the vault of the Bank of Ravia, at Ravla, I. T., and carry away $1,900. The Senate has authorized a survey to dotermlne the feasibility of a ship canal across Florida. Wm. PIttman killed Night Watch man Noah Bowles and then killed him self at Lewlstown, Mo. Officials of the St Louis Transit Co. are preparing routes and sch...

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. — 25 February 1904

V.'AR THREATENS ALL OF EUROPE Sultan of Turkey Address Powers aid Prepares for Hostilities. Washington: War In the heart of Europe Is at hand. This startling news ha reached Washington In such well authenticated form that It can not be questioned. Just when the first gun of actual warfare will be fired can not definitely be stated, nor ran it at this time be safely predicted how large a general conflagration may follow after the ignition of the first spark. There ts danger that all of Europe may be come Involved. Turkey Is about to Invade Bulgaria. Diplomats In Washington IntereHted In the Ilalkan situation have learned that Turkey has recently addressed a note to European powers, and this note is considered by the Turkish Kotcrnment, so they understand, as sufficient notification or Its purpose The facts stnted lu the note are be lieved to warrant the stern njoamires whli h are contemplated. Tr.rkey realizes that a war with Bulgaria will be a moKt serious affair and she has made mi...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 February 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1904 U HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. IS Warmer wcnther 3ignn of spring nro here. Mrs. W. It. Dudley ii. at the State Hospital at Fulton. M. S. Willingham sold n nice horse to Lee Bros for $100. Father J. J.Dillon ha been suf fering with on attack of the grip. J. B. Botkius has been enjoyiug the winter months on his farm near town. J. J. Steele is home from a pleasure trip thru the Republic of Old Mexico. Luther M. Neal of this county has joined the recruits for the U. S. array in this city. John Reighley has moved to his farm, known as the J. W. Spotts wood farm, on Bean Creek. Attorney W. W. Fry of this city attended the "Piker's" auuuul ban quet in St. Louis this week. X.P.Ball of Rush Hill has bought property in Mexico aud will move here early part of next mouth. Oscar Cauthorne was here from Hollensvillc Monday. He paid the Message n pleasant business call. The Shock farm near Gaut has been sold to Mr. Burks of near Thompson. It contains 200 acres. J. M....

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 February 1904

THE MESSAGE times meet really good and nice ! always Wen identified with the people. Occasionally young girl , county 's iuteresls, hag served two THURSDAY. FEU. 2-"i. 1!0, Our tur Hi Moulin Thro Montlm of SubxrHptiou : f AVORiTE HOME PAPCB. .!. .. ..:' Experience of a Country Correspondent. At first one has a desire lo be numbered among those who know everything that happens and some things that never happen. Then carefully reading the county paper you observe that the bent neighboi hood iu the county is being neg lected, in fact, there kc. ins to yon there is enough news right there to till a paper; Grange the editor doesn't know this, and how have the people put up with such treat ment f Then going to town you call up on the editor and iu glowing terms tell him of that important but neg lected field and he grows much worried over his neglect and auks you if you won't do him a favor by writing up those people. You condescendingly agree to do so. Of course he gives you some in Ktru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 March 1904

TATS nUTOBtCAL ?e ivlissouRi Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1904. NUMBER 18 Mexico SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Mrs. 11. Utterback, late of Far ber, will open n millinery store iu Laddonia. E. B. Talbot lina sold his drug store interest, nt Perry and will move back to Mexico. John Dixon and family of Gant neighborhood, have moved onto the Snidow farm near Rowena. Dr. Brice Edwards', a sou of Judge S. M. Edwards, has moved to Mexico from St. Charles. The Montgomery county Repub licans endorsed C. A. Barnes of this city for attoruey general. Miss Jalie Douglas orders her Message sent to her at Dallas, Texas, instead of Ve'nice, Mo., as heretofore. G.O. Wilson, of this county, had 10 steers, weighing 1,308 lbs. average, on the St. Louis m arket recently. They sold at $4.50. VV. J. Lester of Nassau, Iowa, has taken charge of his 300 acre farm near Farber, which he pur chased recently from T.F, Hesse. Wra. Burks, near Thompson, who bought the Mrs. S. A. ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 March 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, Editor ami Proprietor. Kiitvnil at tin- rosUillici.- at Mexico. Mo., i M-eond-cIiis' mutter. THURSDAY. MARCH 3. County Candidates-Trie Pri mary May 7, 1904. I'IKlSiriTlNi ATTOKXKV WE lire nitliur'u.i-il In !i liticm nci- Ol'lan- ll llitt US H lUllllillllH- flT ITlWITIltlllK Attorney. Mitywl m tlie it' ll-. n uf Hie PetiKK-ratlc irlninry. WK me iiiillmrlril to iiniiiiiinoe .liilm I. Orear u riiiiillilate f..r I'ro-ii-utlmt At tnniey, Mllijcrt ti. tlie Uetlnll uf Hie lleiaiKTHlir priiniil '. ASSKSSOH. WK are illilll'il'ietl til Illill'itllU'i'.'. W. Ynser u candliliite fur County Assi'.-sur. sul'J) ( I I" Hie ncliHii oT tlie lenicTitlle primary. We :ire iiuilterl'i il in aiiiiMiinee .1 M. inMieliiliiie fi.r I'minly A-si-ssnr, subject t" lie' netinll if 111- 1 lilllinriltii' iriin:try. We ;ire aiillii'rieil t'i ji n inii tn-- II 1 1 f lis Jui-Kmiii a cuiiiliihile for A."i or, subject to the ikHmii nfll.e li iieMTiilli! priiiiiiry. hii:i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 March 1904

JURY IS SELECTED . . TO TRY BARRINGTON Court Is Holding Night Session to Hurry Trial Along. The Jury that will try ''Lord" F. Sey mour Barrlngton on the charge ot murdering James P. MoCann at Bonflls quarry on the night of June 18, last, was selected and sworn In at 10:20 o'clock Thursday morning at Clayton. The following are the ones selected to serve: H. Schollmeyer, SpanlBh Lake, farmer; Charles Barbee, Strattman, farmer; Ernie Poerlner, Orover, form er; Henry P, Aff, Mehlvlllo, farmer; eorge Loll man, Vfrlley Park, contract or; Joseph Llndermann, Black jack, merchant; James Button. Maplewood, capitalist; A. Davaney Mokeville, farm er; O, W. Salle, Bobrlngville, nursey manr J. W. Nickels, Fenton, farmer; August Arft, EllUrvllle, farmer; John L. Stanage, Old Orchard, insurance. At 10:25 Prosecuting Attorney John son begau the trial by reading the In dictment against Barrlngton. This In dlctmen contains five counts separ ately charging that Barrlngton mur dered McCann with a' pisto...

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

xica nissourir.'cssagQ JOAN DSAU rublltbar. W w I I I. nun I I I h. I "TTXICO MISSOURI .r "". ! 1 '. Do tha Tery poof sppen dfcitlsT Again It msy be obMrrvd that the French lose no opportunity to throw few flu. A grander and better Baltimore than ever will arise from the ashes of the stricken city. The man who talks politic the most doesn't always have the must attentive listener. A war In Europe an expensive thin. 61 111, Undo Sam has all aorta of expensive things to sell. Observe that the German savant generally apeak of germs, while the Irish actually prefer Mlkerobes. Connecticut's peach crop may bo In jured by the frost, but we understand that the wooden nutmeg crop in safe. Everybody will plant cotton down South this year. Tbn boll weevil need have 110 fear at all that he will starve. Radium, you may have observed, is now guaranteed to do all those things that liquid air was going to do a few years ago. Japan Is In receipt of Russia's hon orable note and begs to reply that It ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 March 1904

Eeecher and Emerson. One day Mr. Beecher was dining be side Emerson, and said: "Mr. Emer son, when you are eating this fine beef, can you toll by the flavor what kind of grass the ox ateT" , "Why, no, of course not." 1 am right glad to hear it," re plied Beecher, "for I have been feed ing my congregation oa Emerson for many a year, and I have been afraid they would And It out." Boston Chris tian Register. 8oft Drinks, Too. ' Unmindful of .the chilling wind the romantic couple stood In the vestibule. "Darling," he whispered, "each kiss from your lips Is a drink that Intoxi cates me." Just then the Boston bull appeared. "And I am the chaser!" cald the canine. Possible Explanation. Miles What do you suppose prompted Easyun to desert his wife? Giles Oh,, to gratify her longing to nee her picture in the papers, I sup pose. Full Value. Amy My brother, the explorer, was telling me that In some parts of Africa you can buy a wife for a few old sardine cans and beads. Mr. Crustymugg Well, a g...

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. — 3 March 1904

THE FATAL O R JTJO U Br A. L. Harria Author of "Mlti (7f f If l, fill, Otptrtfkt, CHAPTER XX Continued. "To-day Is Tuesday. -There U a lit tle shabby prayer book somewhere among my belongings. I will put It once and for all out of my power to procrastinate further by fixing upon certain date and swearing to carry out on that, and no other, the purpose which has been In my mind so lt g. "To day, as I have said, is Tuesday, oo Friday, then, without further de lay, I will Insert my duplicate key In the lock of that t'oor first of ull as certaining that It wlil fit and make, what Dr. Jeremiah would describe as S felonious entry. "Meanwhile, I have to consider Per kins. "She has not shown mo so much open animosity since my return; but It will not do to count upon this. She may be only as she would, no doubt herself express It, 'biding her time.' "Yo-i don't deceive me,' she said, when I crept down stairs like r. thief in the night and was nearly discovered through her Instrumentality. "W...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 March 1904

-fee THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1904 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. A case or two of scarlet fever at Martinsburg. A few signs of the spring-time are dawning. No late eases of scarlet fever re ported in Mexico. The Circuit Court will be in ad journed session to day. We learn over the 'phone that Mrs. N. S. Johnston is quite with gripppe. All kinds of tin, sheet iron and pumps and wove doors at W. G. Burks. Bentou City is to have a new rural mail route after April 1st. It will serve 456 people and will bo 24 miles in length. N. S. Wilcox of this county had 06 head of 2G6 pound hogs on the St. Lonis market a few days ago which topped tlio market at $5.80. Miss Florence Patton, returned missionary from Japan, delivered an excellent address before the Ep worth League in Mexico Sun day night. Mrs. Mary Wakefield and Miss Georgia McClintie have bought the R. M. White residence on west Monrou street. The ladies will use it for a boardiug-house. "Grandmother" Mary Turner celebrated her 93rd bi...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 March 1904

Till- HICOCAP.C nml LciiL'iio dutii'f-. lit-i' riniitiifs Mayor Reed v.iif present with his All r w w THURSDAY. MAHCII 3, T i run' One year Pi v Months... Thrfii Month' of ,Stlri l).liin : were tnk n to Vtituliiliu fr burin!, " 'tin- funeral services being contlm-t-l'"! ',t.j ,v Kev. Si-iirboroiigli, pastor of " ! tin- M. II. church. To 111- lii-leav-jt-il bur-baiul, paii-nts nml brothers, Chips extends siuci-rest sympathy in this their hour of sorrow. A MEXICO BOY. Some "Hot Shot Strong Opinions. and WM. J. BRYAN. Maker, a Stir His Opinions Much Sought. We fiml the following itrli.k' in The II. 111M. published nt y: KUc Mo. It whs written by W. It. !., n youth of M,-.ie... Mo., a sehnul boy, knrnMi to ii. :rl v t-vci-.i boily in town. II- liiis n.iiii- opiiii.nis nml ih imt iit'r.ii.l tn express tli-m: Fnl here. ii'l .Mm v-r slop to think 1 1 : t mi 1 1 1 i i ' i ti.nt tiling it is ti c-ist .!!- o!- lor th- election of nil olli-er? Tiik- Ih- ni-iit po-li-o, lof x.iuip!i jou nei iv-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 March 1904

dl.VTTl HISTORICAL I'd Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME V. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MARCH 10,1904. NUMBER 19 HAPPENED and coue i nr.ii imo r.niiMTV Jack Frost, has about lost his grip but be is liable to be encored and returu long enough to bite the early fruit buds. Forest Weaver, of Youngs Creek vicinity, lias moved to his farm near Molino. Lee Mundy, at Molino, has bought a residence property in Laddonia from Thomas Arnall. E. A. Shannon has been admit ted to the Audrain county bar, ex amination before Judge II. S. Johnson last week. A. VV. Fish aud wife, late of Mexico, will establish a school' of oratory in Kansas City. Last Wednesday night in this section, between 9 o'clock and 3 o'clock, the temperature dropped more than GO degrees. It was a Ne braska "norther"that came down upon us. Joseph Lampson, in northeast Mexico, lost his residence by fire last Thursday morning; the fire company arrived too late. Loss about $800, insured for $G00. As noted by the Vanda...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 March 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor nud Pnprictor. KnUr'i nt. t lio l'mtonii-o nl Mexico. Mo., ns M'onnJ-rlaM nifttti-r. THURSDAY. MARCH 10, l'KU County Candldatcs-Tlic Pri mary May 7, 1904. VliOSKt'lTIN'M aitkm:v VK nn- autliui l i nun uhcp Orliii linti of (In' tin Hilt ii n liimU'liii' Attorney. Mil .!i'i-i I" Democratic iiriniary l 1' ...... ...ill,ri -.., t.. :, i . r .ll'ltll I). On .ir a ti-1 hi ;i t fr lV. i tii inn At llirntv, Mll'Jrrl In 'In' ll'-li' It. ni'M-ratii' iniuinrv. sdi:. K Viu:t 1 1 I t.i a:tno.iiiiftl v. I -.iii'i air fMi- i i.iiiiiy A-i ---nr ;4'-lii!i of I ill 1 li lll'ilTalii Mll.Jl ,-t to t! -iriin.it i . Wi- ar.- anil S'pt'W- .i r.iniii Mil.-.-.-l Hi- ..I i.-i-i to :i ii in miii i M. hit.- for Count) A' -or. iii-lion 'if 'In' I irmorrat ir .filiml . Wo an-anlliot'i' it t i -"'U " '' 1!"'"s .t,icl,uii a i-.niiti.lati- f..r A-' -of. -nl'J"i t to (In- ai tion of tin- li. in." ra:i.- irimary. Hli:MIT. i; at.-inillioiinl to iiiiiioiimi- 1'ran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 March 1904

DEFENSE OUTLINES ITS SIDE OF CASE Harrington's Attorneys to Attack - - Stato's Identification. , - Clayton, Mo.: The defense opened the presentaion of Its case Thursday afternoon In tho trial of "Lord" F. Sey mour Barrlngton for the murder . of hip friend and benefactor, James P. McCann. Attorney Shelley Orover, Barrlngton'a counsel, made a brief statement outlining . h)s plans. The examination of witness was .begun following his statement. With Mr. Graver's statement It be came apparent that the "surprise" which the defense has promised to xplaln the murder or disappearance of McCann has melted away. In his statement to the jury Attorney Grover said. In part: "Our theory of this case Is simply this: If McCann is dead we do not know who killed him. We say that this was not Mc Cann's body; that is, we do not believe the evidence is sufficient to show that it was. Our evidence will show that the body bad a light-colored, short mustache, while McCann had a lopg, black mustache. "Barrln...

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