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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 April 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, FAiUw and Proprietor. IZntered at the Postoftice t M--leo. Mo., as wcond-class matter. 'TIIUKSDAT. APKIL 14, 1904 - " I County Candldatea-The Pri mary May 7, iau. I'RCWKCCTINU ATTOKNET vv. authorized to announce Orlun .... 111.,., n -at Illl.' fur JV'Wl'lltillK vi w i ni.1 .-i - Attorney, subject to tV- actio" r ll" i.h.a..i.i. i.rtmfirv. .i...... i.. iinmlllH'f J nil A ii r nrn am inn I. Onar u candidate for Pro-Mcntln At torney, subject to the action i i" Tfc'iuot-rallc primary. AS.-U'.SSOH. WE HreinHliori7.nl to announce.!. W. ii.i.i.. fr Coniitv Awsnr. 1 HK'I " i n i -- . ..,i.i. .. i in iln. action nf tlie DeimK-rulii' primary. We arc imtliorli d to iniliouncc J M. Siiilt. it candidate for County Asm-no. kiil.jc l to tli" action of the. l.iiiocratic primary. We nrc authorized to announce Kiifti Jackson a candidate for A .. r. subject to tin- action of the iVmocrnllc primary. MIKlillT. WE an- authorized t" announce Frank ..Tames ...

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. — 14 April 1904

THE THURSDAY, XX HAPPENED ft Capt. J.' C 18 thought if not iPD- ditioa of his hej i We have lostpPy Of the Message0? Will some fried in copy of that d . J..W. Trim! are av of making arranf Mexico aud wi the Western , Rev. E. L been called to the Far- ber Baptist clfmD year. One writes us: rship been our pastor fof'Sn ly. appreciated , A. Hughes1 eight train eroine iln he meet the aceP r'D H,n B to elsewhere. ferkd tha nrhnla ti t all in the caboose Wently from their b ' Alfred Bd from the MissouiP few days ago to from Vandalia, fifteen months ago) shoot- ing his wifa have served in p Wit was released mfourths rule for that we to be r,ak i.; mdbut he found it iP wa tersin thdthe of ficiating d1'01"8 appointing crae off jSatura Miss lJ Friday closed a term of school in district just sou Literary and program number regular ed. For Munsel beautifu was pres in atten- vase, an dance Cr8 Pre8en tedwithP- 0Iflra T;bu,i beautiful -i i,j best work in eomrcher also plefed fcy ,the ;i jot vaiue...

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. — 14 April 1904

T m lrtn4 in rt ml. Of all fair cratir-. I d IIK to aay. 1 r on that mpn-n! to me ''" rwlllrktnsj, frolli klne; frern moray. That wrlggla beneath the eva. It you'll brine ma one about twelve feat Ion. with lil melting eyee of sray, Forvf I II aliic you a grat-riil aonaj Ot.the beautiful green moray. An amplilblouf on would be all to tha One tliat ran live on hay: IC you ran prooura him you certainly ahnuM. fluth a beautiful green moray. v flhnuld hla whisker be rail and hla tad be white. Hla belly a navy blue, And hla body reaemhle the atara at nlfht, I'll b deeply oblljed to you. t hone you won't deem that t fck to murh. For lire la atltl young and Kay: Hut I aurely would like to ba placed In touch TVItb a beautiful gr-en mnray. -hamuel Uwchunt. 'A D .TT 4 --bamuel iwcnant. m M TIIE MOST BEAUTIFUL LADY By OCOHGI Ult.tRDHKr. Copyright, tm, ty Daily Biory 1ubtUh(ng Company. One fall when there was no political campaign In Nebraska long before Nebraska went Into politic the edi tor of...

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. — 14 April 1904

HOW THE JAPANESE KNEW. Mud (Inlet to W.toh Building of Rut lUn Battleship at Philadelphia, i A story Is being told which sheds an interesting light rtn' the marvelntis foresight and .precaution that charac terized the preparations of the Japan ese for the present war. Borne years itgo a Japanese agent came, to Phils-' tlclplila with letter of Introduction ;o a prominent Philadelphia who liad traveled In Japan. This Philadelphia! tells the story. , The letter was written by a Japan ese official who knew the Phlladel- iiiihu, miiii ii. Minimi luni 11 iiv wwwiu help the bearer In what he desired the favor would be greatly appreciated. The favor was for the Philadelphia!, to simply Introduce the agent to a first-clasa Drm of detectives. This was done and the agent described as a responsible person. He had plenty of money, and a' bargain was made with the firm, the latter to receive a large sum of money. The detectives were required to dross In the clothes of laborers and secure work In ...

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. — 14 April 1904

THE MESSAGE THTHSDAY, All 111 (4 14 190-1 Ttrm of StthtcriplioH : Oni year 1. Sit MmUli .'.. Tlirfl MHtb , J" Honesty In Office. llcpreHentntivc De Armetnl of Mifsonri imide a unecli in Con gress I lie o( her 1ay anil lie look ocpiiRion to rhVle tie Hppuljlii'nns for.cndaavorinjr to Mnotlicr n f'H and. thoro i n vest i nation 'of Mif I'tiitpd StatH PoetofTlee. l).Ar luoud Lrnm-lii-il off into liow wc undertake to do tliiug out liore in MifBonri wlim iMimiilim iind vr nnlity show tln ir ugly Ih ikIh. Mr. DcArmond naid in part: "Over tne riiim- nnd wood lands and lirond H'midiiiR int-nd-own of that Stnte, iiuiontr yeoman ry, n cnrididate for the nomination for governor in sweeping every thing lief ore him, is reeeiviug ' port pnifirising to him nnd to his friends sup rising uliko to friend nnd to foe. Why! Ik-cimse of the crisis of affairs there; beenuse when St. Louis whs reeking with niuuicipnl eorruption he wns the man plaeed hy eh:ni-e iind fortune in il position to proseeiite, wh...

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 April 1904

BTATE HISTORICAL MO. x ssouri Message VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1904. NUMBER 25 Mexico Mi X HAPPENED and 5 , SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Our Thompson correspondent gays', "Ilnrrah for Folk!" John Ewing of Mexico has era-, plpymeut in a cigar factory ht Perry. Miss Pearl Porter is teaching a subscription school in the Beaver Dam district, south of Mexico. Our correspondents will please try toget their news letters to this office not later than Tuesday after- noon or eacn ween. A I 1 Mrs. John Parks .living between Skinner and Molino, taking treat ment at Dr. Shoush's sanitarium in Mexico, is reported greatly im proved in health. . i Reighley Bros, shipped out 45 cases of eggs Wednesday or, 1350 dozen eggs, savs the Farber r Fo rum. .This means an expenditure of $189 to the farmers' wives of this community,, Capt.Rolla Mclntyre, command er of Co. F of National Guard of tbih city, has resigned. Capt. Mc: Intire's time is too nearly taken np with his duti...

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 April 1904

Mcxics Missouri Hessago m - JO AS BEAL, Publisher. "tEXICO MISSOURI If tB tmilrur theatrical hnr la itis- icerou. what must be said of lb real rtlcle? Can you name more than three peo ple you bate ever know a who could tU a story well? Pont waste any sympathy on Sully. He Rot exactly th done of medicine bis system needed. Grim famine la beginning lo stalk thmnch parte of Russia and even the Tomsk eats are starving. True poverty Is a blcastag," said Father Huntington; and ao It un doubtedly U; but ah what Is truth Tjondon'i experts are only balf right. It is not the biggest guns but the ability to use tbcm that wins bat tles. A Chicago alderman bas Just pub lished a porn entitled "On Seeing a Robin." Yes, Chicago aldermen have chinned. If you must speculate be prudent. Don't plunge on margin until you have remembered to give a $265,000 bouse to your wife. . Prince yuca-yowah-Fute-yalaf Saba-yousaw-Mohamed of Central Africa Is lecturing In this country, but bis name Is not yet on ever...

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

COLORADO MILITIA DEFY CIVIL COURT Jndg3 Order Gen. Bell and Capt. Well Put In Jail for Contempt. Ouray, Colo.: District Judge Theron Stevens Monday declared Adjt. Gen. Sherman M. Bell and Capt. Bulkeley Wells to be In contempt of court for not complying with the writ of habeas corpus which required the otflcera to bring before the court Monday Charles H. Moyer, president of the Western federation of miners, whom they are holding in confinement at Telluride. The court ordered Sheriff Corbett to -arrest the two of Beers. The return to the writ made by Oen. Bell, through Assistant District Atorney David Howe of Tolluride,' excused hla failure to produce the body of Mr. Moyer on the Kroiind that he deemed It unsafe to bring Moyer to Ouray or to reduce the military force In San Miguel county by so doing, and that the governor had ordered blm to disregard the writ. .Judge Stevens said: "The people of Ouray will rightly re- . sent the Imputation that Gen. Bell or Capt. Wells couU pot come ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 April 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor aud Proprietor. Entered at tl! Potoflii- nt Mexico. Xlo., as second-class matter. TUUUSDAY. APRIL 21, 1904 County Candldates-The Pri mary May 7, 1904. ' rROSECCTINU ATTORNEY WE are autlioriml to announce Orlmi A.. Hiitftsk ranrtiilnto for ITow-cuting Attorney, (Hihject to tlio action of the Democratic primary. WE are authoriml to announce John 1). On-ar a candidate for rruecuimg sv torney. subject to tlio action of Democratic primary. the ASSCSSOR. WE sr authorized to anmmm-eJ. W. Yager a candidate for County Aiwvor, subject to tin-action of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce .1 M. Mpple a candidate for County Assessor, ulJect to t lie action of tin- Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce Riifus Jackson a candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. SHERIFF. W E are authorized to uiiimunce I'ranV: Junie a candidate for .sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic pr...

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. — 21 April 1904

PJSexico's Greatest Store y The spring stock is now complete in every department, and the compliments and spring trade we have already had more than convinces us that the public appreciate our efforts in their behalf. We have almost everything you could ask for in MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS almost everything in Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps, almost everything in Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Neckwear, almost everything in Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and Gents' Furnishings. Our stock of Trunks, Valises, Bags, Suit Cases and Telescopes is the most complete ever shown in Audrain County. Our One Price, The Lovest Price, Our Plain Figures, So Everybody Can See The Price, Is Proving Very Satisfactory to the People , Ve invite the people of the adjoining Towns and Counties to come and see us. ET""3 MI " PROVIDERS mor&Bsr Covner THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 21 1904 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, W. F. Jordou -has moved to Thompson from Sturgeon:. - Capt. J. C. Buekner, for Several days,' has bee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 April 1904

M$1 Htftts Qrf Hrfv fyts jnu $ rieniory. As a perfume doth remain, -In the foldn where It hath lain, Po the thought of you. remaining; ieepiy toiaea in my mil not tve me; lot! remain. Other thoughta may come and so. Other mnnvnta I may know That ahall waft me. In their going, Aa a breath blown to and fro. Fragrant mmorW-; fragrant memories. Coma and go. Only thoughts of you remain In my heart where they hava lain. IVrfumed thoughta of you. remalnlnf, A hid eweetnewa. In my hraln, Othere leave me; all thlnga leava me; lou remalu. Arthur Symor.a 51 HIS WIFE'S COUSIN ny T. C. Da LKOX. Cofyrig'.t, IKl, bf Dalit Mart PMUhinj Company "It Is too provoking to miss the train!" A pretty woman at her worst, Mr. Ronald Douglas looked prettier still with her nose tip-tiltrd nd deep flush upon her rounded cheeks. Whetner both came from heat of t "jo dainty gas stove or from temper at disappointment, the result was the same; and so thought her stylish cousin, Madge Marry, who was an orphan Inmate ...

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. — 21 April 1904

I DANGEROUS NEGLECT. " . lt'a tho BPg)ct of backache, tideache, pain In th hip or loins that finally prostrates the strongest body. The kidney warnings aro serious they tell you that they are unable to Alter the body's waste and poison from the blood the sewers are clogged and Impurities are running wild to Im pregnate nerves, heart, brain and every organ ; of the body with dis ease elemenU, Doan's Kidney Fills are quick to soothe and strengthen sick kidneys and help them free the system from poison. Read how valuable they are, even In cases of long standing. U C. Lovoll of 415 North First St., SpoKane, Wash., says: "I have had trouble from my kidneys for the past ten years. !t was caused by a strain to which I paid little attention. But as I neglected the trouble It became worse and worse until any strain or a ' slight cold was sure to be followed by severe pain across my back. Then the action of the kidney secretions be came deranged and I was caused much annoyance besides loss of...

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. — 21 April 1904

THE MESSAGE THUKSDAY. A PHIL 21 JOOt Term of Xuhncription: One ar l. Nix Months....'. Thrt-o Month - J. F. Middluton, brother of II. P. Middletou. the cnndndate for Sheriff, whose serious illnesa was mentioned in llie Mi:ssag a lime or two, died at hi home near Ml. Carmcl April 7th. He won 38 years of age ami w horn and rained wituin one mile of Mt. Cur mel. lie w the father of thir teen children, nine daughters and four son. The wife and ten rhil dren survive him. A Centralia bride made her first effort at cooking onejday last week, and a pie was the result of the effort. "I'm afraid." she said to her loving hubby, "that I have left soiiK'thinir out and that it is not very good." He took a bite and said to his wifey, o, mere is nothing on earth you could leave out that would make a pie taste like thnt; it's something you've put it." Wanted Experienced man in work to niauagc setting for independent company in donia. YV. E. Thompson, Pres. telephone of poles Lad- Riverside Scripture ...

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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. — 28 April 1904

STATE nilTOHICAL l?0 Mexico souri Mess ag VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904. NUMBER 26 Mis f HAPPENED and . 80ME LOCAL ANO COUNTY Mrs. Lee Miller.near Gant, took down with the measles last week. It.T. Steele of Columbia is look ing after his farm southeast of Laddonia. " Ed. Harrison is opening up a new brick yard on the Jerry West pasture land, just northeast of this city. . . . Tfio Xnlinnl Tmlpnendent. nrinted at Fulton, gives the Kusn nni schools, of this county, an extended write-up. N. E. Hodge near Worcester re cently purchased from parties at Rush Hill 60 head of yearling heif ers. J. D. Newman of Gant neigh borhood, will . give his farm a "Sabbath" this yeai will give it a rest. Has rented a farm ad joining, Gregory Douchaut we believe he is the postmaster at Mt. Carmel, has bought a new buggy and they say makes a trip every Sunday up to Martinsburg. The lady declares Mr. Douchnnt explain. ' E. J. Sears of Oentralia has bought a couple of ...

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. — 28 April 1904

L'sxicar Hisssuri T.lessago JOHN BEAL, Publisher. "WEXICO MISSOURI g. 1 - Always put off until to-morrow all the mean thing that you art tempted to do to-day. The law may not serve to make a wan good, but It caa make him fur Blab a good example. ' Be careful about asking your lady friends whether they remember the erthquake of August, 1881. ' Half the asparagus crop of Califor nia has been ruined. Perhaps beet will go up some more from sympathy. Mr. Clcchowlcs ha loft Vladivostok for Alden Station, Pa. Ha sounds as If he'd feel mora at borne In the for mer place. The man who Intends to roll to the aorth pole may be fairly classed aa the highest roller to the business if fca gets there. A Jealous Chicago man Is going to Europe this summer Just for the sake of getting as far aa possible from the St. Louis exposition. Bob Fitxstmmons Is to run a cafe aa the Pike at the St. Louis fair, and there la ne doubt that Bob's stomach punches are the real thing. A new edition of Dickens' works h...

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. — 28 April 1904

HEAVY. SNOW COVERS , .. SEVERAL STATES St. Louis Record Broken by Tall of Fir and One-Half Inches. The storm of Wednesday extendeJ to almost every county In Missouri and Illinois and was general through out the eastern part of the country. In all places there was an unprece dented fall of snow. In many Instan ces breaking all records for the lat ter part of April. In Charlotte, N. C, the snow fell to such an extent that all street cars bad to stop running and trains on many railroads In the State were put out of commission. In Maryland smaller streams were frozen up tightly, vegetables were severely injured and the temperature was the lowest for tho correspond ing time in any of the last ten years. Throughout southern Indiana trains -were delayed ani InWestern and Cen trai Kentucky tho snowfall was un precedented. A furious blizzard raged In New York. Vermont was covered under a heavy blanket and the temperature was below zero. Throughout the east ern part of Nebraska there was a he...

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. — 28 April 1904

THE MESSAGE ' Published Every Thursday. ' i " JoUn Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Kntcred at the rot.(Ilc it Mexico. Mo., as second -class matter. THURSDAY. AntlL 28, 1904 County Candldates-Thc Prl mary May 7, 1904. rnOSECL'TIKO ATTORNEY WE ire authorised to announce Orlan do Hill a candidate fur Prosecuting Attorney, hubject to the action of the . Democratic primary. WE are authorized to announce Jolin D. Orear a candidate for Prosecuting At torney, subject to the action of the Pfmocratlo primary. WE arc authorized tn announce J. W, Yager a candiilute for County Assessor, suhjeet t the action of the Democratic primary. We are Hiiiliorird to announce J M. Nipple a candidate for County Axucwir. subject to the action of the Democratic priimiry. We are authorized to Hiinouiiie Rufus Jackson a candidal'- for Awnmr. subject to the action of the Democratic prlmury. sheriff. WE are authorized to announce Frank Jame a candidate for Sheriff, Mibjeit to the action of the Democratic primary. WK ...

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. — 28 April 1904

THE MESSAGE -THURSDAY, APRIL 20 1904 Q HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, v Price Johnson, the candidate for Sheriff, has been laid np with a carbuncle. .1. W." J. Rixey returned to Jones burg? this week, where he ia con ducting a suocessf ul real estate business. Rev. J. 8. Jesse has been con fined to his bed for a week with a carbuncle ou his neck. lie has been a great sufferer. The teamsters who plow gar dens in Mexico, as per an ordi- nance on its passage, may hereaf ter have to pay license. A Montgomery farmer, who sold $610.87 worth of eggs in nine months, says he is very proud of his record. Where do the hens come int. J&r. W. 0. Foster and Miss Lo na Thomas were married in this citv last week by Eld. A. W. Ko- kendoffer instead of Eld. Hook: as we state elsewhere. Hon. J. W. Folk made a speech atAuxvasse yesterday morning, another at Fulton in the afternoon and last night addressed the Dem ocrats at Bloomfield. Born, Abril 23, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Atkins, of Auxvasse, a son. The m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 April 1904

JOEBI BURT 11 Aatkar el "Tf KMmmw Ml-Blr," "Cil.il Mnm'i Dwtrta," Etc. OnrvmciF-r. leas. T All rterhia I CorvamnT. IW. bt hi ics UraiM A oaks wwnim A. . diiii Biddlb 1 Lf-T j CHAPTER ONE. The Prophet's Prayer. "Kneel, John. Take off your bat, lad. Let at nrayl" , An old man and a boy. clans tike wreckage to a rock which marked the outer edge of Blac Reef. The flickering light of a lantern accentu ated Uie gloom of the night; a night famous in the annals of New England lor the atorm which tore the coast from Quoddy Head to Sissconset i The lantera'a light revealed two fig urea worthy the pencil of a Hogarth. Bared to the gale, the old man'a scant jwhite locks streamed tack from a iforehead massive and unfurrowed. Wonderful eyes of steal gray glowed with Ares of fanaticism beneath dark, abadowlng eyebrows scarcely touched with the rime of years. The thin lips parted In a line which suggested Im placable tenacity of purpose, not halt ing at cruelty nor stopping at cun ning. Above the m...

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. — 28 April 1904

MIGHT CALL HIM JACK. Rttr Admiral Walksr'a Quiet Rebuka . . Silenced Pert Youth. Rear Admiral John O. Walker de Totes more time to canal matters than to fashion plates and could hardly be called eplck and epan In the civilian clothes he wears at hla work. A stranger would be far more likely to take Admiral Walker for a country man than a retired army officer. His long whiskers are of the type ao popu lar with rural dramas, and his rolling walk might well be taken for the movement acquired by following a plow. A brusque young man In search of the canal commission encountered Ad miral Walker In a corridor of the Cor coran building In Washington and asked pertly: "Can you tell me where I will find Walker?" "Yes," Admiral Walker replied. "Just come with me." The dapper young fellow followed Admiral Walker Into his office. The Admiral took a seat behind his desk and invited the young man to alt down. "Well, what can I do for you?" Ad miral Walker asked of the young man, who began to squi...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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