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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 June 1904

1 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 2 1904 Ttrmg nf Hubfcriplion: On yfar U "" Six Months ' M' Tlirre Months " HARDIN GRADUATES. Commencement Last Week -The List of Profi cients. The twenty-ninth rommcnee ment nt Hardin Cdllego was held in the Concert Hull last Thursday niKht. IVPHi.hiit.f. V. -Million ad dressed the prinlunt in 'l;is. "Mis Nellie Jlill it Mi-xii'd wis iiwnrd.-d the (iclinurltihip tin-diil. Tin' follow ing list of t.ruficents and disline tions whs read: ri01'If!i;ST IN C'liiKINO. liesxie Ailnlnv. Mnpli' Hill, Kas Tex Adam-. Kaufman. TcX. (Jrai'c Aiidn v.s. Uossvilk-. Kas Kli-imr Hr.nvn, South M -A 1 1 is tr , I. T Lmi i l;iK'!:!.'il, Fair l.roe..M Hu7.i l Uuiitiiik'. l;-k M. Ijf-lia ("a rev, Nowata, I. T. Ad'ih C.ni'-r. Ozark, Ark. St'lla Donancc. M'-xii-o. Malnl Kalon, Mexii-i). Myrtle Elliott, liumett, Kas. Anndia lien-man. Si-andia .Kas. Elli'ii Ilemniiii. S-amlia, Kan. Jaw? Ilinoti-, (ii-ntiy, Mo. AWw Lallrvt-r, El luiio, Okla. Louis" Es.-klaiid, Mexico. Jcsic Mail". H...

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. — 9 June 1904

1 Alhl mTOXlJAl luU Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1904. NUMBER 02 J? HAPPENED and V ; SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Miss Jean Bragg ofMexico will teach in Hardin College next year. Mrs. Wm. Settle, at Rowena, is teaching a mustc class of six pu pils. A lady, Miss Minnie Higgin eniith, is the day operator at Thompson for the C. & A. Prof. G. L. Humphrey of Cor der, Mo., succeeds Prof. E. L. Rogers as principal of the Farber schools, this county. Messrs. Lesh and Norris have sold the Ringo Hotel building for $10,000 to Joseph and John Ad cock and VV. E. Weir. Price Johnson, the nominee for Sheriff, is able to get around again after quite a severe illness result ing from carbuncle. VV. M. Thompson and F. M. Tinsley, carpenters at Thompson, have (he contract to build a large barn for Lakenan & Barnes. Tim Burline-tonR. R. Co. last week bought 250,000 ' brick from the Mexico Brick Co. The Bur lington's new cut-off is making some, b...

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. — 9 June 1904

Mexico Missouri Message JOHN BEAL, Publisher. "kxico missotjri J- 1 Admiral Terry little dreamed what progress the Japanese would make in city years. Kuropatkln says he la glad the Japa fcave crossed the Yalu. Satisfactory all round then. According to recent Investigations there are 44.000 hotels in the United States mostly bad. Cen. Stoessel and staff expert to pend the summer months at their easlde resort In Tort Arthur. Fried onions, they say, will kill Irenes In the human system also. ometlmcR, longstanding friendship. Still, the small boys of WIseonMn will not object to the announced cur tallment Of the shingle production In the state. Grafting In charitable institutions, with the patients as victims, Is moral If very like taking pennies from a blind beggar. A former Itokota Jurlpe la now an inmate of a Missouri prison. This Is rather a heroic way of taking one's own medicine. The value put on men la steadily rising. A woman In Georgia, In a breach of promise case, has asked fo...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 June 1904

JFL0CL3 RENDER WESTERN TOWNS CYCLONE SWEPT NOMINATE DENEEN FOR GOVERNOR; SHERMAN LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR BANDITS THREATEN TO KILL PERDICARIS RUMOR OF BATTLE NEAR PORT ARTHUR THE MEWS RESUME MANY HOMELESS Being a Condensed Story of the New Of the Week. High Water at Ottawa Break All Former Becorda by Four Feet. Students Rehearsing Flay Buried la Ratsoult and His, Associates Make Continuous Fight Near Fang-Wans;- Debris of Opera-House. Another Demand for Ransom. Cheng- Since May 27. Kansas City, Mo.: The residents of Armourdale, Argentine and the low lands of Kansas City, Kas., watched the Kaw river with feelings of fear as It crept nearer and nearer to their homee Monday night. The river was leaving its banks at Armourdale and Argentine, and creeping toward the business section. At Shawnee and Packard streets the water was three feet deep, and was lapping at the brick business houses Monday night. Many families have fled .from their homes. All of the pile bridges that spanned the Kaw hav...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 June 1904

THE MESSAGE Puliliiriied Every Thursday. Jolm Benl, Editor mid Proprietor. Entered t the rostxiflicc t Mexico Mo., as second -rlaM mutter. THURSDAY. JINK !, What's Woome of the V. M. C. A. movement i:i Mexico! Lnddonin is the greatest tele phoue tenter in the eounty. Gov. Mockery pave orders that that bull fight in t. LoniH nhould not takft pjaee. The eople of the whole State npprovp. Hundreds of peo(Je (ire dying of eholera in the Philippines. It is ch " titnnted that there have been 100. (XX) deaths from this disease in the last twelve months. The Ontralia ('mirier man now has n job. Now, maybe, his editor ial expressions will be less dyspep tie. bitter and unreasonable against Joe Folk and other good Demo crats. S. U. Cook. Seeretary of State, has appointed J. Kelly Pool, edi tor of the Centralia Courier, to be land record clerk in his olliee to fill the vacancy occasioned '.by the death of Maj. V. M. Hobbs. The Wellsville Optic-News says: Mexico peopl should be, and are, justly ...

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. — 9 June 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE . 9, 1904 2 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. IS Dr. C. T. Varnou is at the Uni versity Hospital, at Columbia, for treatment. The Riverside Scripture Institute opens at Uentralia next Monday. Full program in this paper. The Burlington will ship 250, 000 brick from Mexico to Bell flower, over the new cut-off rail road. Audraiu Circuit Court conveued in Mexico Monday. The Message contained the full docket last week. St. Luke's Chapel, Mexico col ored church, is rejoicing to lately get ut of debt. Over $395 was raised in two months: S. J. Bucknerand J. Il.Sallee are two newly elected directors of the Farmers Town Mutual Fire Insur ance Co. of Mexico Clyde Oelvin, day clerk at the Windsor Hotel, left this week to take a like position at the Ameri can Inn in St. Louis. An independent telephone com pany was organized at Vandalia last Saturday. Nine county lines center into the switchboard. A Cedar City merchant put $200 under his pillow last Monday night und next morning ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 June 1904

JOHN BURT I WHAf ADAM Aetker at "TV KMaepp 1IHilr." 'Col.ait Mmtm'i DKtrto." Eta. Oorvmuirr. 101, BT I AU fihU I OOPTamrr, timJ. r FnaDBKicB Ups&m Adam I reerre I A. J. biani Uiddii CHAPTER NINE Continued. Two warm irmi were clasped round his neck, a face wet with tears nestled for a moment oo his shoul ler, and she kissed him twice, with the livo kisses that come from the heart of a woman whose affection has passed the mysterious border that sep aratee friendship from love. "Good bye, John; God bless you and guard you I" "Good bye, Jessie; good bye!" He watched ber as she faded away -from him and disappeared beyond the vines which shaded the veranda. t'nder the aiched maples where he tisd walked with Jessie so many times, and down the sandy road where they had loitered In summer layg now (rone forever, John Burt urged tho horse along. It was two miles to Peter Hurt's, and he soon reached the gloomy old house. A fig tire stood by the pate. John rode for ward and recognized his g...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 June 1904

V, A prominent club woman. Mrs. Danforth, of St Joseph, Mich., tells how she was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery byLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dxab Miu. Pxbam: Life look dark indeed when a woman feels thai her strength is fading away and she has no hopes of ever being1 restored. Such was my feeling a few months ago when I was advised that my pVop health was caused by prolapsus or falling of the womb. The words sounded like a knell to me, I felt that my sun had set ; but Lydia K. I'inkharn's Vege table Compound came to me as an elixir of life ; it restored the lost forces and built me up until my good health returned to mo. For four months I took the medicine daily, and each dose added health and strength. I am so thankful for thehelp I obtained through its use." Mns., Ki-obenci Danforth, 1007 Miles Are.. St. Joseph, Mich 45000 forftlt If original tf esova Ittttr aroaMf wirif(nntw cannot 6a produced. "FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN." Wome...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 June 1904

it THE MESSAGE Tlll'KSDAY, Jl'NK 7 190 Tinns i tuhs ription: One year. fl.'Kl Siv M until '" Tlirfi! Month '-'' no im niMi u b b ISl uu l3 E RI P A Mb H V DRAW LOTS. Opening of a Big Land Kes crvation In Dakota. Vfif,liiii"lfn. June 'J. The IYeoident to day nit'tied n .rofluiim lion providing for t lie opening of tlio ceded Innda of the Devil p Lake Indian Ucwrvation in North Ilnkotu. Tin; land i? to he disposed ofl.y n registration and drawing fehnilnr to Unit provided for Hie opening 'f Hie ceded lands of the I'osehud rtH-rviition in .South Da kota l.y recent proclamation. The Devil h Lake Indian Kesi-r-vnlion contains about 8S, 000 acres of land, ot which, approximately. 520 homestead cullies may be made. The registration may be made at Devil's Lake or Grand Forks, N. D., and will begin Aug. 8 and nm until Aug. JO. The drawing will lie held at Devil's Lake beginning Aug. 2 1 . The entries must be made at the Devil's Lake land oilier, and will begin nt S o'clock. Srpiemper C, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 June 1904

..... , ,. , .... ,...... . , .. : , Mexico Missouri Message. i - . .... i ' VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURf. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1904. NUMBER 33 HAPPENED and SOME. LOCAL AND COUNTY Miss Bertha Snidow of Mexico Las been elected to tench the Fox school, uear Thompson. Mrs. II. M. Long and family of Mexico have moved to their farm near Sturgeon to spend the sum mer. Work on the new round house at St. Louis Junction, just east of Mexico, wns commenced Inst week. Miss Annie McGuire who has made her home at Hiram Walker's near Saling, for several years, has retimed to her relatives in St. Louis. A burglar entered the home of Rev. John Anderson i n this city, after midnight Inst Thursday morning. Secured a small sum of money. The Forum soys that a petition for a"soon"in Farber has been cir culated. It is a saloon, yon mean, Bro. Davault; nnd we ngree with you that that is bad enough. One day last week C. F. Dnll's team wns stolen from the hitching rnck, northwest of the square i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 June 1904

Llexico Missouri Message JOAN BEAU Publisher. "aTDCICO MISSOURI The most magnificent thing Jay Gould ever did was to become the tether of Helen. Has It occurred to you that that $40,000,000 Is Just about half a dollar piece for each of u? It popular songs are a remedy for Insanity, the theory that "like cures like" may be considered established. It Is not true that Mr. Kipling Is Bow writing another poem aliout Adam-Zad, the bear that runs like a deer. Brazil is so pleased with the sample tattles put up by Peru that It is send ing out troops to fight a few more of them. No word has ben heard from the perfect wife In Pennsylvania as to whether or not she has that kind of a husband. The New Jersey Judge who has de elded that boys are worth twice as much as girls ought to see some of the girls we know. Boston reads that the Russians at Mukden are living entirely on beans, and believes that war la not so bad as It has been painted. "Smoke," says the Scientific Ameri can, "means simply w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 June 1904

FOURTEEN LOSE LIVES "DEATH TO . UNIONS" NOW THE BLOODY BATTLE AT KILL UNION MINER THE NEWS RESUME IN PEORIA EXPLOSION VICTOR, COLO. IN PITCHED BATTLE SLOGAN IN CRIPPLE CREEK Being Condensed Story of the New Colorado Officials Think It Time- to Take Charge at Cripple Creek. City Confronted with Problem of Dis Twelve Nonunion Miners Blown to Report Seaond Fight, the Civilians of the Week, position of Dead Cattle. Instant Death. Being; Entrenched. TO PUT CHECK UPON , ' THE MINE OWNERS Denver, Colo.: At 8 o'clock Tuesday -evening Adjt. Ocn. Bell left for Cripple Creek,' to make investigation of the conditions there, with a view to fur nishing information to Gov. Fea'body on his return. Gen. Bell la not In favor -of allowing the vigilantes any more latitude than what Is allowed the min ers, and It is certain that he will re port favoring the placing of the dis trict under military law. This latter policy Is not acceptable to the mine owners, who want to be left to their own devices for e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 June 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Kent. Editor nn.l IV..riet.r. Enfc-iv.1 at. tli- lNii-t-iflir- nt Mexico Mo., a i'Cnd-rlii!' matter. TUUKSDAY. JTNE 10, 1904 The Mkssa")K is roud f it i-Hpidly leiiKtlieniiiK out Mil.scrip tion list. The nominee for IJcpresentative in Donne county gets his l'l'iee over his opponent ly nuijoi ity of lint one vote. Here's "lh power of one vote." That war in f'olonulo is hegin nitifr to attract us much attention ns the war in the Orient. They eem to have I In- hilioi iti,' man down in Colorado. The Centralia Cornier and Mon roe City Iteiiioenit are still spitting nt Folk and throwing out iiisiniia tions. AIilil.v poor polities if these pai'ei s are for Democracy this fall and the Demoeialic ticket. The Sultan of Turkey issued an "irnde" rcecnlly and as a result ',C(K Armenians were iiuisswred. Time for the Christian nations to put a stop to this hellish work of the sick man of the East. Tut an army or two after him and make liim sick indeed. T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 June 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 1C, 1904 d HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. The county jail is new coat of pnint. receiving a It. S. Saunders has moved to Mexico from St. Louis. A Mexico base ball team went down to Louisana to piny a game last Sunday and got whipped 16 to C. Otto Howard and children and Ueorge Milieu's five daughters and Miss Vertio Crawford, all of Youngs Creek, are afflicted with the meas les. The degree of L. L. 1). was con ferred upon Rev. II. 13. Truex of the Mexico Baptist church by Win. Jewell College, at Liberty, Mo., last week. Children's day service was held at the Mexico M. E. church last Sunday night. A large at tendance, and an enjoyablo and profitable hour was spent. The new C. & A. time card goes into effect next Sunday. It is said that there will be six new passenger trains put on, three go ing west and three going east. "If a farmer will pay his sub scription and drag the roads," says a North Missonri exchange, "he won't need to worry about getting to heaven ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 June 1904

JOHN BURTllaaSTSS AMkOT ml -n Klnril MMtamlnw.'' "Cotoaal Monro- Dwtrta." Etc CorriuoHT. lint, r I AU rtchU I Ooptkiort, WH. irr rm.iLK Urn am Adam rervad A. J. flimt Biddl Cupid bad stolon upon ber In the night. He bad fired an arrow and fled. She felt the delirious tlugle f the wound In her heart, and won dered if It mi love. CHAPTER TEN. Samuel Lemuel Rounds. "The Koimdses don't run much tew ancestry. 1 reckon; leastwise our end on 'em don't, Sam Rounds had ex plained to John Hurt on one occasion. "Course I've Rot a lot of ancestors fcack somewhar, but who'n thunder they are, blamed 'f I know!" It Is reasonably well established that a Round settled in Rehoboth fully ono hundred years before Sam was born, but the latter's recollection did not extend bank of his father one Hiram Rounds. Tbn animus of Hiram Rounds and hlB family can bo epito mized In one word work. "Dad Bhorely was er hard worker an' no mistake," explained Sam. "When thar wa'nt no work tew dew on our farm, he'd hire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 June 1904

FORCED HIMSELF TO WORK. Cueer Way Historian Preteott Had for Curing Lailneaa. Rollo Ogden, In his brief and very readable biography of William H. Prescott, the historian, cites many parages from the diary showing Prea cott'a hrblt of flogging hlrrmelf to his work by making wagers with his sec retaries that he would complete a giv en task by a certain day, the odds al ways heavily against himself. "Pres cott always took this betting on his own Industry with perfect serious ness. Sometimes he would radiantly greet his secretaries with 'You hae lost! You owe me a dollar.' And he would exact payment Occasionally he would, with woebegone counte nance, produce and pay over to the protesting secretary the $20 or $30 he himself had lost." One elaborately made memorandum witnesses that a bet of $1 to $50 had been made "be tween E. B. Otis and William H. Pres cott, Esq., the latter betting $50 that he will write 100 pages of his 'His tory of Peru' In 100 days." The docu ment is signed William...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 June 1904

THE MESSAGEl More Farmers Arc Needed THURSDAY. JUNK 10 1004 Term of Subscription : Om yenr Sl Month w Three Moiitli TO MIS FRIENDS. Time for Every Democrat to Fight for Ills Principles. Clinton. Mo.. Juno 8. The res olution of the Henry County Dem ocratic convention conveying a tribute of esteem for former Sena tor Yect has elicited the following letter from Senator Vest: ''Sweet Springs Mo., June .". Charles II. Wei taker, Jr.: My Dear Sir Yours conveying to me a copy of the resolutions adopted by the Henry County Democratic Con vention, of which you were secre tary, has lieen received. I am pro foundly grateful to the Democrats of Henry County for their kind ac tion, and regard this expression of their esteem and coufldence as the highest possible reward for my public services in the past. "My chief regret in closing my political career is the fact that I am not physically able to partici pate actively in the coming cam paign. The time. Las come for ev ery true Democrat to lay asi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 June 1904

Mexico -Missouri Mes VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 23,1904. NUMBER 34 tiT . y HAPPENED ana 5. cnMC I nr.AL AND COUNTY Hon. 0. E. Stokes, late of Mex ico, now of Kansas City, connect ed with the State Leader there, was married last week to Miss Carrie Lee Carter of Dexter, Mo. J. VV. Rouse, the bee man of this city, is doing a rushing bnsi uess this year. He is shipping bee supplies to all sections of the country, even up into Canada. Mr. R. O. Greenwood and Miss Lulu Ann Spicer were united in marriage in this city last week. Dr. J. B. Hawkins officiating. They will reside on a farm in this coun ty. V. II. Moore, fonr miles south of Mexico, lost a fine mare, valued at $150, killed by lightning last week. The lightning went down thru the roof of the barn, tearing a hole thru the shingles and sheet ing. Two other horses standing near were not injured. Rev. R. Fisher is pastor of Bean Creek (Lutheran) church, four miles north of Mexico. Mr.Fisher is a gradua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 June 1904

Hexico Missouri Message JOAN DEAL, Publisher. "ttXICO MISSOURI y. i ' . .... Rain Mt keep people acsy from church sometimes, but from the cir cus never. Tha California orange trust Ik about to dissolve. What Rood doci that do At this time of year? Speaking of fish, there must be ome redeeming feature about the German carp. What Is It? "The man that hots on the races Is an Idiot," says Charles T. Yerkes. Mr. jJTerkee seems to be a bard loser. Just to satisfy plain curiosity, will somebody kindly report how work Is progressing on The Hague pulace of peace? The discovery that the empress' rown Jewels are bogus is about the wornt blow yet to Jupanese national confidence. Those Boston girls who broke the record as high Jumper will cause ome of us to revise our notions of Boston dignity. The General Federation of Women's Clubs has officially thanked Cov. Udell for saving Niagara falls. Wc stand fight beside the Indies. Richard StrausB says Boston stands s high In musical taste aK any city...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 June 1904

STAKCLBERG ADMITS TflAT HIS ARMY IS DRIVE RUSSIANS OUT OF YIN K0W ISSUES ORDER FOR MOYER'S RELEASE THE NEWS RESUME a DON STRIPES AT LAST KANSAS REMOVES BAN Being a Condensed Story of the New Julius Lehmann and Emlle Hartmann State Officials- Declare Sheriff Erred St. Petersburg Does Not Believe That 800 Muscovites Were Slain. Judge Thayer Interposes In Strife In Colorado Mining Fields. of the Week. Must Serve for Boodllng. in Driving Back Coloradoans. TWO BOODLERS WILL MINERS ISSUE STATEMENT "With the affirmation of the senten- -ces of Julius lehmann, and Emlle Hartmann and the reversal of Million aire Robert M. Snyder's five-year sen tence, the MlBourl boodle record now '.stands: Eighteen convictions, 2 acquit tals, 8 reversals, 2 affirmations. Lehmann and Hartmann will have the doubtful honor of being the first -of the St. Louis boodlers to don the convict's stripe at- JefferBon City. Both were arrested Tuesday on tele-1 graphic orders from Maj. J. H. Fink, marshal of the supreme ...

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