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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 March 1904

Coxicd Missouri Message 30 AS BEAU Publisher. "OCXICO MISSOURI" 1 - 11 A record-breaking maple sugar out jot is promised from Vermont. Sweet tidings! - A darky chauffeur on a gasoline auto makes aa unquestionably strong combination. A medical Journal gives Instruction as to how to cough right Tbe best way is not to catch cold. That Chicago waiter who Inherited $1,000,000 now knowa how it ffcels to te at the wrong end of a tip. The fashion editor describes a "re ception frock with 1830 touches. " What mean man he must have been! ' .Sympathize with the smaller man In a fight, if yon like, but think twice before you place your slmoleons on him. A New Jersey ixach grower with an orchard of 400 trees offers to sell him crop for this season for fi. No takers. Another evidence of the slowness of the Chinese is that it takes them two weeks to celebrate one New Year's day. "What la the use of poetry?" asks Richard Le Galllenne. Well, some of it serves to increase one's liking for good plain ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 March 1904

HAS CLAIM TO FAME. Story of the Man Who Discovered tha First Beefsteak. . Beef stouk, like mont othr good thlnjrg, Vas . discovered entirely by accident, says a writer la the Chicago Trlbuno. It 'appears that leucine Pla cus, a Roman of rank, was ordered by the Emperor Trajan for some offense to act as one of the menial nacri fleers to Jupiter j be resisted, Lut was at length dragged to the altar. There the fragments of the victim were laid upon the Ore and the unfortunate sen ator was forcibly compelled to turn them. In the process of roasting one of the slices fell off the coals and was caught by Placus In Its fall. It .burned his Angers and he instinctively thruft them into his mouth. In that moment he had made the grand dis covery that the taste of a slice, thus carbonadoed, . was infinitely beyond all the sodden cookery of Rome. A new expedient to save his dignity wa suggested at the same time, and he at once evinced his obedience to the Emperor by seeming to go through the sac...

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. — 10 March 1904

cxt-rmmrAsnm otntosMriW! PRONUNCIATIONS OP There ! Riven herewith list of theprlnclpa) geographical liimei In the eilstrlrts Involved In the wsr between Russia and Japan. Some are Russian, tsome Chinese, some Korean and the others Japanese. Phonetic spelling of kh name la given. Scores of dialects have caused the names to be pro ktoanced In many different ways, but the best Engl Inn pronunciations are there given. Buchatu Buk.e-a.-loo. Kbabarovka Kar-ba-rov-ka. Nlkolsko Nl kol-sko. i Vladivostok Vla-dl-vwos-tock. Sensing Bahn-slng. 1 Harbin Har-been. Kwang Cheng Tsl KwangCheng fTsee. Itung Ee-toong. Manchuria Man-choo-re-a. (Ch as In chill.) Duruga Doo-roo-ga. Okho Oko. Purien Poo-rcen. Chlun Chan Chee-oon-Chalin (ch ma Im chew). Ta-I.a-Chao Tah-lah-Chay-o. Kln-Chau Keen-Chow. Yang-Po-JIn Vahng PoZheen. Kalgan Kahl-gahn. Shan-Hal-Kwan Shan-Hle-Kwahn. An-Tung Ahn-Toong. 8lu-Ycn 8ew-Yane. Yalu (river) Yar-loo. Hueng-PIeng Hwang-Pccn. Rlong Ree-ong. ' Chlun-Chan Chewn-Chahn. Songchln S...

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. — 10 March 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCII 10, 1904 .g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Miss Lj din Hutebcrson is re ported quite ill. Judge Wra. Stewart Btill re mains seriously ill. Born, Inst Saturday, to Mr. and Mrs. John Onliek, a son. Buyers at Rush Hill are paying 40 cents a bushel for corn. Mrs. R. II. Mechlin, at Rush Hill, is afflicted with pneumonia. John McClintic, east of Wor cester, lias moved to Monroe City. T. V. Berry of Long Branch has moved to the vicinity of Santa Fe. Hardy Doolin, at Rush Hill, sold the Canterbury 120 acre farm to Erdle Bros. The County Court convened Monday to settle with County Col lector Ab. Harrison. ' Frank Edwards oat at Long Branch is recovering from an at tack of malarial fever. Jns Rosser of Chicago is vis iting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Rosser, at Rush Hill. Mr.P. L. Parsons of Edina, Mo., has been appointed minister of St. Paul's (Episcopal) church in Mex ico. Mrs. Riley Brown.late of Mexico, is reported nfflcited with smallpox at her home in Fort C...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 March 1904

HE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAIU'H 10, 1901 Ttrnm of tSittmcription: On y.nr Six M tint hr -VI Throe Mi.mlif '.'." A LITTLE JOKE. Republicans Get "Jollied' on the Tariff Question. Washington, I). ('., March U. In his rrjily csti'i'dny to tin; reci procity speech ff Uepresentative l)a!.c!l, .loliu .Sharp Williams, the minority lender in t ho House, inaili' a Miftioictil disrivej-inii to include within the range of his remarks Senator ttuarles of Wisconsin. Senator tjuarl.-s spoke recently in Kostoii ill (hl'eiiM' of protect ion. Mi. Williams quoted from n news- paper report of the fcpej-eh n lows: fol-; "L' t no f.'ar of foreign frowns, no temptation to experiment in the field of :e'i!a!ioii, lcml to siirici)-; tier the greatest h'I'i'agi of Americfiusliip, that is, protection. Did you ever think that if every inhabitant of China should place j an order for one cotton shirt we j haven't mills enough to till the or-1 science." While Mr. Wood was (h r in :i yeiirV examining the letter for a c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 March 1904

BXATIS JllSTOUICAI, 8 '0 Mexico SSOURI MES VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 17,1904. NUMBER 20 Mi it y HAPPENED and K SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Edgar Martin at Molino has been quite sick. W. T. Reighley and Benjamin Reighley have formed a partner , ship in the grocery business at Farber. W. 11. Barney has bought a ten acre farm just south of Rush Hill and thinks of engaging in the poul try business. Prof. J. V. Million, of Hardin College.has been elected one of the vice-presideuts of the Missouri Historical Society. ' Attorney George Robertson of this city last week delivered two lectures before the law class of the State University at Columbia. The little two years old child of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Witschie.near Littleby Methodist church, has been very ill with pneumonia. : Mr. and Mrs. A.E Fox, from. . Des Moines, Iowa, have come to Mexico to live. They have apart ments with Prof, and Mrs. W.M. Jones. ' A flue jack, valued at $300, be longing to J. H. Dillard,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 March 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday, Johu Deal, Editor and Proprietor. EntrMl at the r!.t.nicp t Mexico, Mo., a socond -class mnlU't. THURSDAY. MARCH 17, 1904 County Candidatcs-The Pri mary May 7, 1904. PKOSElTTIStJ ATTOKXEY WE an' autliori it to miixiuiiro Orlan do llitt a a i-ntidldiili- ..r Prox-i-MlnR Attorney. Mit.Jirt to tlio iiimIoii of the Dcnioi ratli' iritnnry. WKaro nntlii'ri''l ' iiii'nnci' John 1. Orar a ouididatr for I'mweulliii? At torney. Milj-t "Hi"" lf ,lu' Kt'iiiooratic irinuiry. ASSEWHUl. WE iin-imllieru-il to at mi.- J. W. Ynin r a ran.li.htt- or County As-or. siilijuct to tin' actloi, of tli Ih-moiTutic primary. V- arr uiiihnrird to aniiouiui' .1 M. Si).lc a caniliclali' for County A.'SM'r. culijcM't to the nitlon of Hi" Il.-mm-rutk-primary. Wo arc autliorii'd to announce Unfits Jackson candidal!' for As-i ssor, siibji'i't to tin- aclion of the Iinnm-ratic primary. MIKIillT. VK arc authorird to announce Krank James a candidate for Sli. rilT. subject to the act...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 March 1904

JAPANESE AGAIN BOMBARD PORT ARTHUR Russia Warns China That Bandits Hast Be Held in Check. The Japanese Thursday renewed their bombardment ot Port Arthur, bavins fourteen ships In action. Ad miral Alexleff'8 report, as well as the news dispatches on the same subject, ends abruptly, after the announce ment that the warships opened Are, leaving the result of the bombard ment and the cause for the lack of fnrthor Information a matter of sur mise. From Chefoo comes again a report that Japanese transports have been .seen entering tne Oulf of Llao-Tung. This report hss been made several times since the Japanese began their general movement of troops In Feb ruary, and may Indicate that the Mi kado's men have sained a foothold on the westorn side of the peninsula. If this be the case, the interruption of news from PortArthur could be readily explained. x Vice Admiral Kamimura, who com manded the Japanese squadron which bombarded Vladivostok, believes that the Russian warships whose base Is a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 March 1904

r 'cxico Missouri Message JOAS BEAU Publlsbsr. fXlCO MISSOURI Itissian fashion note: Japanese cm lilm tb! spring will be cut crosswise It possible. A rain, speaking of the various "fathers of the navy," ia there not also Tatbor Neptune?" There 1 enough Irish In Knropat tin's name to Inspire some confidence in hla fighting ability. It will not be necessary to do much rpet-beating out behind The Hague palace of peace this spring. Rnssell Sage says hia wlU la going to Korpriiw the world. A bequest of $35 to some charity, perhaps. A qnart of whisky welgha Jnst Jwo pound. And yet Mime men stagger under the load aa If it weighed a ton. It la now generally believed that next to Ohio, 8alsuma. Japan, Is the greatest breeder of great men on earth. Things have not yet progressed quit far enough for a poem by Kip ling, bnt there can be no doubt there's coming. Jnlian Hawthorne traces the Haiti more nre to the Angel of Destiny. The blase at Chicago was started by Mrs. Olyeary s cow. The price o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 March 1904

.v. .:V4& 1 Two severe cases of and two terrible operations avoided. Mrs. Emmons and Mrs. Coleman each tell how they were saved by the use of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dear Mrs. Piitkiiam : I am so pkased with the results obtained Irom Lydia, E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound that 1 feel it a dutT and a privilege to write you about it. "I Buffered for more than five years with ovarian troubles, caus ing nn unpleasant discharge, a great weaknesH, and at times a faintness would come over me which no amount of medicine, diet, or exercise seemed to correct. Your Vegetable Compound found the weak spot, however, within a few weeks and saved me from an operation all my troubles had disappeared, and I fotuid myself once more healthy and well. Words fail to describe the real, true, grateful feeling that is in my heart, and I want to tell every sick and buffering sister. Don't dally with medicines you know nothing about, but take Lydla K. IMnk liam's Vegetable Compound, and ta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 March 1904

SOUTH DAKOTA STATESMAN ENEMY OF BEEF COMBINE t Congressman ISben Wever Martin of South Dakota, whose resolution for an investigation of the beef combine toy the department of rommcrco and labor was passed by the house of rep resentatives, ia a graduate of Cornell and of the law school of the Unlver ally of Michigan, where be was proKl flert of his class. He hay been prac ticing law since I8S1). and la promi nent in politics in his state, having SEND CUT WOMEN SHOPPERS. How New York Department Stores Watch Each Other. Most of the department stores in New York row have In their regular -mplny a number of whet ore known as "shoppers." The woman engaged for this work must dre.is well, be of distinguished appearance and must be thoroughly familiar with nearly all the 'thin sold In department stores. Her work is to go about from store to store and find out the prices of rivals. 8he 'must keep her eye alert for new wrlnk jles practiced to allure trade. If sales ,are in progress sho mu3t in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 March 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCII 17, 1904 Q HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, 2 O. M. Hull has resigned as guard at the State peuitentinry and has returned to Mexico to live. The dwelling of R. F. Wheeler, west of Centralis, with household goods, was destroyed by fire last Friday night. There is a young woman in Kirksville named Kissamau who indignantly says she wouldn't un der any circumstances. The Mexico bond is getting down to regular practice. , They'll surprise you with their music on the streets one of these days. M. C. Gorrell, of near Santa Fe, has moved to a farm he' recently traded for near Tribuue, Mo. lie orders the Message to his address. Mrs. Rozier Hall formerly of Mexico but whose home is now at Caney, I. T., is taking treatment at the Baptist Sauitarium in St. Louis. Wfa. Kemper will tear down his saloon building ou the southwest corner of the square and will erect a new building, using pressed brick with stone trimmings. Paris, over in Monroe Couuty, will hold a uight primary t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 March 1904

THE MESSAGE TIU'KSDAY, MA15CH 17. 11)0 Ttrmx of Snbtrriplion : Oiio year fl.tt Nl Months Throe Moulin "BLUBBERED A BIT A Story About When "Chil dren Run Away." Tbe following will interest you, comment! by the St. Louis Chroni cle: It take! you awny ln.lt to your own childhood win u you read nhout Viola Millir and Leroy MAHter. You li.iri u swecthi-nrt wlu'ii ou wint to the district school, nnd ehc scrim-il very mueh like un nngt.-l. You were afraid of her father, and there was a "runa way feeling"' in your lirenst that made you want to take her and your few little possessions away off soinewlH-re, to live happily ever nfter. Most men have heeu thru the hoy-lve period. It is as natural oh Bunshine, and if they will only remember, it will make them smile at some of their children's min takes. Leroy and Yiola live and loved in Mamaroneek, X. Y. She wears short dresses and he goes barefoot in summer. .She hopes that some day Leroy will bo a knight and wear armor, and come down the road ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 March 1904

EXIGO JVilSSOU ESSA6E MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 24,1904. VPLUME y. NUMBER 21 M M t ... y HAPPclMcU ana V SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY J. W. Trimble and wife are on a tour of the Wester States. Powell Stuart, of near Rush Hill, has moved to Cooper county. T. J. Roberts and wife of Rush Hill are visiting at Denton, Texas. Eph Hughes audL. B. Jones are fattening 100 head of cattle on the Wheeler farm south of Mexico. -Wild geese began flying north last week. Warmer weather is close at hand. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Elliott, of Mexico, a son. George Judge W. W. Botta was in St. Louis last week on business before the St. Lbuis Court of Appeals. George H. Kunkel was confirm ed by the United States Senate last week as Mexico's new post master. W. L. Harper, thru Wm. Har din Rixey, bonght the G. Hatcher rnidence on West Monroe street last week, paying t3,500. Robert Hooton. iust west of Mexico, will soon be ready with the early birds with great loads of garden truck on the mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 March 1904

Uzxlzs f.'isscuri T'csssgo JOAN BEAl Publish. XlCO ... ....... MI88OURI Tbe new broom trust expect to effect it most sweeping change lo the ju!)llc dust. . In the latest gowns the figure mar toe Indicated, but not defined. It must be unusually high. A New York broker caught a thief and tften let him go. There la honor among them, then, after all. In case the Japs succeed In effecting m landing at Pigeon Bay it will have to be admitted that they are birds. Japanese Hobsens may be popular heroes now. Hut wait till they go ashore and got the girls at them. If the oyster cocktail Is deadly what tope will be left for those people who Blm ply muKt have cocktails of some kind? A superheated exchange proclaims the glad tiding that "Russia's Meet Is Bottled l'p." Must mean the Mark sea fleet. l'p to dae. the ore absolutely sure prediction that ran le made Is that when the war is over both rowers will be broke. Anyhow, It gives the esteemed sul tan a chance to brush off the dust, re arrange h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 March 1904

HIGHEST COURT STOPS ' ' RAILWAY MERGER Tour of the Nine Judges Dissent from the Decision. Washington: In the United States Supreme Court Monday an opinion -was delivered in the merger case ot 1he Northern Securities Company vs. the United States In favor ot the Gov ernmpnt's contention that the merger was illegal. Tho opinion of the court was handed down by Justice Harlan and It up held the decree of the District Court for the District ot Minnesota, in every particular. Four of the Justices dis sented from the five constituting the majority. The division of the court was due to a difference of opinion as to the right of federal control of State cor porations. The majority opinion pro ceeded on tho theory that Congress has a right under the Constitution to control Interstate commerce, no mat ter by whom conducted, while the minority or dissenting opinion was based en the theory that in the present case, the effort to regulate ownership is not interstate traffic. Text of the Decree. W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 March 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor it the rotofficn t M-lco, , at wcond-ctaH mttT. Mo. THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 1904 County Candldates-The Pri mary May 7, 1904. I'KOBECl'TING ATTORNEY VP ro mithnrWrrl til BniinilllCO Oflan do lllltaa ramiidut for rrowoiilln Attorney, subject to tlm notion ol mo Domorotlc jirlmary. WF. ure authorized t nnnoiinrf John D. Orvnr rnmlldati' tor Pro-M-cnllnR At torney, nlJwt to the action of the Democratic iirlnmry. . ASSESSOR. VVK arc uutlioried to announce J. W. Yaner a randiilaU' f..r County A'sor. iibjeot U) the action of the Democratic primary. We are nmhi.ric 1 to announce J M. Slpvle a cainliilate for County AMsor. subject U the action of the Democratic primary. Wo are authorized to announce Unfile Jackson a candidate for Assessor, subject to tht' uetiuii of the Democratic primary. WE aro authorized to announce Trunk JamcM a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. VK are authorized to a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 March 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 244 1904 HAPPENED AND HAPPENS. E. II. Shadwell baa closed bis school at Long Branch. There are three crews with work trains quartered in Mexico .doing services on the Burlington cat-off. : .Grant Paytou, Laddonia, has lo cated at Ellensburg, Wash,, and or ders bis Message to that address. Eld. R. D. Cbinn of Vandalia will serve the Benton City Chris tian chtrrch as pastor for another year. ' Arthur Brandon, Rush Hill, says he has moved and orders his Mes sage in the future sent to him at Laddonia; E. G. Starkey and wife have moved back to Mexico from Pike county, They have a neat little home in the southwest part of town and say they are back to stay. Mrs. John Rudasill, of .Long Branch, lost. one hundred chick ens this spring. Don't know if ther were the early bird, or grew last j ear or the year before. Quite a loss, nevertheless. A gun belonging to Frank Fowles of Long Branch was acci dentally discharged the other day nd the whole load took effect in R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 March 1904

TUB FATAL REQUEST O R FO U N D O U T By A. L. HmtI Author ol "Mint Owr7 familiar Friend." .g frrrl, .!, i ntliitliif c ) Cyrt, I I, n ( r i I . CHAPTER XXIV. Tht Enigma. He turned and saw behind htm "none other than that name Jamea Kcrrora. whoso narrative and confes sion be held In hi band; and again, lurking behind blm In the shadow of the doorway, he saw the pale, narrow, furtive countenance of Per kins, the housemaid. For a moment there wan an intense silence, dur ing which both seemed to hold their breath and nerve themselves for the .struggle that lay before them. "The letter!" be cried, advancing towards the other, threateningly. The letter, or " "There are five chambers in the revolver still undischarged." was the calm reply. ''Is that what you are thinking or?' The other man fell bark a step and his face became ashen in hue. "What o'o you mean?" he gasped. "Who are you. and now do you dare to defy me? You-r. thief! a " "You asked my name this morn ing." was the answer, "and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 March 1904

4 flvvr-v-- i Miss AGce M. Smith, of Min3 neapolis, Minn., tells bow wo man's monthly suffering may be permanently relieved by Lydia EJinkham'sVegctabIeConi pound "Deab Mna. : I hara never before Hren my endorsement for ar-r medicine, but Lydia K. 1'inli ham's Vegetable Compound baa adiled to much to my life and happiness that I feel like making an exception In this case. For two years every month I would have two days of sjevere pain, andcould find no relief, but one day when vinitinp; a friend I ran cross Lydia K. Plnkham's Vege table Compound, she had used it with the best results and advised me to try it. I found that it worked wonders with me ; I now experience no pain, and only had to use a few bottles to bring about this wonderful change. I use it occasionally now When I ara exceptionally tired or worn out." Miss Auck M. Hurra, 804 Third Ave., South Minneapolis, Minn., Chair man Executive Committee, Minneapolis Study Club. MSOOOforfltt If ordinal ef Oftes SHttr pnotny gtnmlMM...

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