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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 July 1904

THE MESSAGE TIll'KSDAY, JULY 7, 1K04 Tcrwtt nl Suhsiription: Vtw y i-.it 1 " SK M.'iitM "" Tlirw Month? STOCK AND TRANSFERS '-" LsiMnrii.t Herald : Sum Morris, of Mexico, was in LiuMuniu tin; other doy uud L it 27(MI hen for wool lie jiiirt'liaj-i-il. IVtrv Ki)-riri-: I- I'"'" if South Fork, recently bought 'JO yoaHing steers from I lie following )p;irties: Milrk Myers , .Tas. Wiire M, Dr. l?aker ::, .las. Kates 'J. An nvenice price of if JO..V) was pnid for them. Mr. I'.ates recently sold 1,000 jxninils of wool at Mexico, topping the price at that market nf f 2.X GO per lm n tli-i il. Says (In; Lail.loiiia Ilcralil : 11. 1. Wdilier last week shipped a fine Shorlliom Inill fo Oilhuuii. Henry eounty. Mo., to le ad (lie lnr.1 of T. '. 1 i',: &. Soiih which is said to he on.; of flic lu st herds of Shorthorns ill the slate. This yonnc hull weiln-d 110 jionnds nml is out. of I 'rave n Knight , l.'OH;, a straight Scotch hull. His new owin r .-fitful .y and saw Ihc t'UM'O hull scl! t....

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. — 14 July 1904

lita llTOMCAT, 0 Missour: age VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 21,1904. NUMBER 37 Mexico Mess HAPPENED and vy - SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY W. R. Wisdom nt Thompson, sold to Joe Considino 11 bogs, av eraging 130 pounds eacb, at $5.25. The colored people of Mexico give a "grand barbecue" in Lee's Grove, in South Mexico, next Saturday. Philip Shire, northeast of Mex ico, is the proprietor of a brand new 12 horse power threshing out fit. Miss Ilarrietto Hughes of this city is in .Chicago where she will take a. course of training in the National Temperance Hospital.- Joseph Hayes of Prairie Lea neighborhood, this county, goes to Slater soon to take examination for the position of fireman on the C. &A. Wood Hoyt, near' Benton City, has traded for the A- B- Medley farm, west of Laddonia. He says he is getting back again into God's country. I. M. Greer, the furniture man, has bought the Charles Glendy home in Mexico, payiug $3,000. Mr. Grr er will move his family he...

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. — 14 July 1904

Mexico Missouri Message JOAN BEAL, Publisher. TttXICO MISSOURI i The JCrst Georgia peaches have ar rivedi Get out your Jamaica singer bottle. Henry Irving nays lie will retire In 1JP6, but Joe Jefferson is tr.akltg uo rash promises. As a preliminary to going broke thp gentleman who haa (porting blood buys an automobile. College athletics are deadly. This Is proved by the fad that most men who play croquet are old. Nobody, so far. has Indorsed t'nelo Ruell Sage's ideas about vacations. But Satan Is still to be heard from. "To he successful, a man must have blue eyes." says Arthur Brisbane. Successful women all have gray eyes. Boston physicians are lislni? the pi ano aa an instrument to cure nerve diseases. This must be "a painful op era lion." The standard of the graduation es says po fur this season is quite as fclgh as usual. I'. S. TMb isn't say ing much. One thing is certain, and that is thnt Rush II Sa?e did not get the idea that there should be no vacations from lils parson. Wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 July 1904

WITNESSES CLAIM SWITCH WAS OPEN Parker Nominated at EDMUND BERSCH GOES TO PRISON THE NEWS RESUME All Night Session Being a Condensed Story of the New of the Week. Railroad Men Declare that the Lock Lay on the Ground. Third Boodler to Enter Penitentiary Walls from 8t- Louis. ' Litchfield, 111.: State's Attorney L. V. H1U and Coroner W. A. Gray Tues day examined witensses la the Inquiry Into the cause of the wreck here Bun day night, In which more than a score of persons lost their lives. Harry S. Rublbs was (ho first wit ness, but was unable to give much In formation as to the probable cause of the wreck. John Berry, brakeman on the freight train, testified that he had passed the switch that caused the wreck a few minutes before, while riding on the pilot of the engine pulling the freight. He saw the third section of Train No. 14 go over the switch in safety about 'twenty minutes before the wreck. G. M. Tedwor, another brakeman on the same train, gave about the same testi mony. The f...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 July 1904

THE MESSAGE PiiWUhed Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor mid Proprietor, Entered at tho PoMoflief nt Mesiro Mo., ax HToiid-clnss matter. THURSDAY. -U'LY H, 190-1 Next it -Aili he on City July 10. to Jefferson Another boodlor in Charles J. docs not guilt. St. Louis. Denny his Wii:,.o!i I;, it. lis (:.' Ilirui all. nines Bryan .-I AIM' li'MI' The NanU Fe bank i to oH'ii for buhies about the 1st of Au gust. George S. McGee is to he the cashier. We predict a splen did business for the hunk from t lie start. A diii,iteli from Lincoln, Net)., says Bryan will support llie ticket, with this- added stiitemeiit : "Bryan will he president of the l llit-'d States, and he will he chosen I iV the lteinoi'iatie parly.'' The Lnddoniu Herald, referring to the very probable sneers- of the effort for a gruvi 1 road leading north from Mexico to the Monroe county line comments: "After all, rock roads in Audrain county may not br an iridescent dream." After a consultation with his wife, Jerry J. Hannibal),...

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 July 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1904 a HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Charlie Clendeiiin has sold his cafe to James Ringo. R. L. Ruse, of Lnramie, Wy., renews for the Mkssak. Little Miss Helen Torreyson at Lnddonin is in very ill health . Chris Mattis of Rush Hill lost a fine cow by lightning Inst Sun doy. Miss Abbie Sullivan will tench in the Prairie Lea district next term. O. L. Steel left this week for Indian Territory in the interest of Hardin College. Missouri's apple crop will be short this year; not more than one-fourth the average. There has been a potato corner in Kansas City, the price ranging from $1.85 to $2.00 per bushel. , M. E. Hook und family" will move back to Mexico from Kansas City. Glad to have thenf return. The business men of Farber have organized a stock company and will erect and equip a 2l-room hotel. Eld. W. II. Hook of this city will preach in New Florence next Sunday. Preaches in that place once a month. One man was killed and six per sons iujured in a wind and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 July 1904

I 1 '?T;''ra?,y?-r,'XXwy U&JteUiI JOHN BURT II Sham" d"S Aetker ! "Th Kldnppr4 MllUmlres," "Coleml Monro Doctrine," Etc Oottkmitt. Ifn, ft All right I OorrmnHT, lwo. ft Ffts.nr.hir it Li-UAH AliAtt merTed I 1 J. Ulllll HlDOll 2222& CHAPTER XIII Continued. ! At the sli-Hit of the ore, and of the dnll gloss of the nugget, a wonderful transformation took place In John Hawkins. He gazed at tho ore with the rnpt look of an enthusiast The weight of the nugget told Us own lory. "Go ahead and tell me about this," he said abruptly. "You look like an honest man. and It's a waste of time to lie to me. What have you got, and how did you get It?" In a matter of fact way John Burt related the story of the discovery and development of the Sailor Mine. "This may be worth looking Into," aid the capitalist. ' I'll send an ex pert to Investigate It and muke a re iPoit." He rang a bell and a boy re npnr.ded. "Oo and tell David Parker I want him," he ordered. "Until we have arrived at some ten t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 July 1904

WANTED TO BE TEMPTED. Bibulous Individual Wore White Rib bon With a Purpose. Mm. Robert J. Burdette, candidate tor the presidency ot the General Fed eration of Women's Clubs, was talk ing one day about the white ribbon that Is the sign of total abstinence. "There are some persons," said Mrs. tJurdette, "who don't wear the white ribbon with sincerity. They wear It, perhaps, about as hypocritically as it was worn by an employe of a certain brewer. "This employe, after years of dlssl jatlon, appeared one day at the brew ery with the white ribbon on his breast. Nothing; was said to him, and lie wore the ribbon for several months. Then, one day, the head of ihe firm, happening to. notice the man's badge, approached him, '"Why, Frank,' it Is strange to lee you, a brewer, wearing the white ribbon.' " 'It does look strange, sir,' the man admitted. " 'Well,' said the brewer, 'why do you do It?' " 'It Is like this,' said the workman. 1 wear the ribbon because it makes men like to tempt me. an...

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

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JILV 21, 1W4 Tarn of Fulsrription : One y.nr IM" Six Mmtli -v Thr.fi Month RCPUBLICANS NOMINATE: A Countv Ticket is Put In the Field. The Hepulilii-aiis if Audrain met in tnns onnveiition in Moxiro last Saturday. F. K. Saiifonl a tnitd k i iniHi' til cliairiiiHii mid I! II. Kcrniin n'cnlmy. Tho f.illnuiriL' ci'inniitt s wcrf appointed: lYrmnnmt irn:iiiiz;iliiii !. H Scott. Win. Miii-liin. K. (.'. Ken- lieu, II. Schrul.i', John Dnlilttn. IJiih-R and ordiT of lnisiness Louis Huberts, (Jeorpre Meer. Dr Iiransfetfer, Frank S. Friar. Koy (.'able. I.Vohitinus 1. II. Stiirr. Ir. I). Ii. S. Maud, J. Hnn)iiuy, C. A. .Smith, I. W. shnnt. An adjournment was taken, and iu the afternoon the following bus iness was transaeted: A full enmity ti'-kf t was named Representative, If. K. Cable, Moxieri; eolleetor. .las. Humphrey, Vundalia; i-lieiitT, Kd stautennau, Ceiitruliu; pioseeiiting attorney. John .S. (ialsoii. Vundalia: treas urer, K. C.C'ook, Laddonia; assess or. Kubt it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 July 1904

TATffl Bi$TO t Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY,. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 21,1904. NUMBER 08 if V HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Ralph McMaunus, late of Van dulia, is the C. & A. telegraph operator at Thompson . Mrs. D. A. McMillan is in Ful tou, called there by the serious ill ness of her nncle, John R. Bragg. The Mexico Board of Health has ordered the Wabash stock pens re moved from the Jefferson street crossing. . A. B. Smith, the carpet man, has sold his residence in the east part of town to C. G. Threlkeld for $1,800. W. R. Carter of this city has his Fred B horse entered at the Mo berly Fair this week, in the 2:35 trot, purse $1,000. The editor of the Message reached his tieth birthday last Friday. They won't let us fill out that blank and sent us away from home to celebrate. Now is the time to improve the hitching rack stand on Cole street between Jackson and Monroe. Some times the horses stand iu mud knee deep at these racks. Jay Gill of Mexi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 July 1904

L.:xic5 Missouri Llessago JOstN BKAL, Publisher. TtSXICO MISSOURI The air cocktail If cheap. Tb beadacheloas feature also commend dU I 'Whit fan Japan la storing up for '.herself la "Investigating" her heroes uUr th war la over) j Resident of Port Arthur can prac itice economy In one direction. They V not need to bur alarm docks. A mo nt; tbon who think a Derby Isn't all they claim It to be is tha lady vwhoso beautiful train was stepped on. There Is a great deal of pretense In tie culture of soma people. They carry an imitation fold case In a cha anols bag. They are pausing; around the doctor of letters degree more freely than usual this season. It makes a Tery pretty boutonnlere. It's a queer thing that champion Jeffries, after surviving all the perils of championship prize fights, should t disabled at baseball. f "Does your lawn mower need sharp ening?" asks an advertiser. In big. large type. Of course it does. All lawn mowers alwaya do. Mr. Carnegie declares that ha baa prospered...

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

HENRY G. DAVIS NAMED FOR VICE PRESIDENT Evening Session Marked By 8ens v tional Seen Over Telegram. Bt. Louis: When the roll call for Vice President waa Anally reached Saturday night, Alabama, Arkansas nd California went solidly for Davla, Turner scored seven on the Colo raJo vote and Wllllama received three at the same time. The final result of the ballot was, unofficially: Williams, 165; Turner, 100; Davis, 654; Harris, 68. Iowa did not vote. The nomination of Davla was made unanimous. , Born on November 16, 1823, Mr. Davla has risen from a farm boy, with a, few advantages, to be the possessor of a fortune estimated in the millions. Besides having been United States Senator from West Virginia for two terms, be has held many positions of honor. He is a cousin of Senator Arthur P. Gorman of Maryland, whose mother was his aunt. He is the father-in-law of United States Senator Stephen B. Elkins. Considerable excitement was caused Saturday by the reports In circula tion concerning a te...

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

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the PosUifTlce at Mexico Mo.. as second-class matter. THURSDAY. JULY 21, 1904 It is contrary to the law to shoot doves until after August ltt. Let enthusiastic Nirorods Jeware. The Message hojM-s it is a mis take that a Mexico soldier did that nhootintr at Moberly last Monday morning. "What is the life of Missouriaus registering for drawings in Rosebud land lottery!" a?k Osage News. "They won't np there if they win." the the stay The editor of the Message spent a day or two in Louisiana last week, fisbiug and roaming the hills. Louisiana is coming to the frout grently in a business way. A Monett man rvlr had been married four times tried it again recently and his bride left him after two days of bliss. It is said he is thinking of making it a half a doz en when he can secure the proper court document. Mexico merchants are missing opportunity for larger business by not advertising regularly in the Mess...

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 July 1904

i iin MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1904 $3 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. 2 Mrs. James Wylde at Benton City is reported very ill. - The Jose oh News and Press bs1i- ''Vhy not go visiting while meats are bo high!" The hickory nut crop ia this sectiou this year will be light. Bnt the hazelnut crop is all O. K. J. V. Bishop, late of Paris, Mon roe county, is blacksmithing at Rush Hill. lie is a clipper at shoeing horses, too, it is said. Geo. E. Massey now gets t T-irirt A, O A -r . a his iuubbamk ui oania e, mo., in stead of Waggoner, I. T., as for merly. Rev. E. J. Gale, of the M. E. enured, preached the sermon at the services held in Hardin Park last Sunday evening. Mrs. m Wolf of this city is at the bedside of her mother, who is quite ill at her home at Earlsville, 111. Dave Atkinson, near Auxvassa. has sold $1,200 worth of fat cattle and hogs from off his farm .this season. He is now feeding fifty steers for the market. Philip Shea, near Bachelor, Cal laway county, suffered a badly crushed...

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

SENATOR'S MARRIAGE CAUSES ASTONISHMENT AMONG FRIENDS ' rf 5 I Society and the world of finance were astonished to learn that Miss Anna E. La Chappelle has been the wife of Senator William A. Clark of Montana for more than three years. The announcement was made In New York that the beautiful young French Canadian girl who Iibh been Senator RICH MEN 8WEAR OFF TAXES. tNew York Millionaires Loath to Part with Their Dollars. The completed tax rolls show that only five New Yorkers whose person ality assessment ws over $1,000,000 dlrl nut havA their assessments re duced by the swearlng-off process. They are Andrew Carnegie, whose as sessment of 15,000,000 Is the largest In (h. llu. n,.i,dill Suva vhn nnVB .personal tax on $2,000,000 or proper- t v liV Aftiinlr Vnmlnrhi 1 1 AflHPHRed for $2,000,000; Alice Vanderbllt, $1, 000.000, and W. K. Vanderbllt, $1,000, 000. The largest reduction was the cutting off of $1,700,000 from the 2.000.000 assessment of John Jacob .Actor. Alfred G. Vanderbilt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 July 1904

FREE TO TWENTY-PIVa LADIES. The Defiance Starch Co. will five 16 ladles a round trip ticket to the fit, Louis Exposition, to five ladies in each of the following states: Illinois. Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Mis souri who will, send In tha largest number of trade narks cut from a ten-cent, 16-ounca package of Defi ance cold water laundry starch. This means from your own home, any where In tha shore earned states. These trade macks must be matled to and received by the Defiance Starch Co., Omaha, Nebr., before Sep tember 1st, 1904. October and Novem ber will be tha best months to visit tha Exposition. Remember that Defiance- is tha only starch put up 16 ox. (a full pound) to tha- package. Ton get one-third mora starch for tha same money than of any other kind, and Defiance never sticks to tha Iron. Tha tickets to tha Exposition Will be aent by registered mall September Sth. Starch for sale by all dealers. Disappointed. Jaspar What ara you looking so annoyed about? Mrs. Jaspar I ex pec...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 July 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, ' JULY 21. 1904 Ttrint of Subscription: Ow year tl.oi) Sis Month Tliroe Muntln 2" Manv a !ov Uiinkn nnd tnlk nmoli about wliat kind of a mail he would like to !o. Yet tln-re are many mif-prnble, driveling, cranky, repulsive old liicn.wlio, if tliey lad leon temperate, studious nnd t;(in,1v in youth, would he hearty, respectable and delightful .Boys, tnauy of the bitter nnd wormy fruits of youthful folly do uot develop until the nntiimu of age. ,The public will now watch with some interest to see how many of the men indicted for manslaugh ter iu connection with the SSlocuni horror are ever nent to state prison and put to hard work. As lawyer Douglass Fnid in Washington, af ter the conviction and sentence of Macheii, the (JrolT, and Lorcnz, "It will be many n long day be fore any of them arc behind the bars." And he was right they are si ill at liberty to attend ban quets or pntycrmeetiugs. Attention litis !reiU'iitly been called to tin; fact that the rude horse ...

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

"ate HUTOftrrAi 0 Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY.MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 28,1904. NUMBER 39 HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY SJi Mrs. Jerry Shahan is a new render of the Message. "Plnve" Vandeventer and fam ily of Rush Hill have moved to Mexico. James Holloway of Rowena lost two horses struck by ligntning re cently. Rube Maddox, north part of Au drain, caught his hand in n self tiimlxr mid one inrt or a linger was torn off. Ira Ellis, at Youngs Creek, re turned last week from a trip to In dian Territory. Was well im pressed with that country. Jack Gough. who formerly kept n tnWnr shon in Mexico, died last week at his home in Port Worth, Texas. .T K Rfitkiu. after a number of months' stay on his farm southeast of town, has moved back to his home in Mexico. Hon. W. II. Kennau of Mexico u-na n member of the committtee on resolutions at the state uemo- . . . . t-v i cratic convention in Jefferson City last week. Miss Lnla Chapman and broth ers, Homer and Cha...

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

f'exico Missouri Message JOHN BEAU Publlibw. "IXXICO MISSOURI The peek- boo waists this year are simply perk-a-beautics. People at Port Arthur have almost forgotten what a quiet summer even ing ia like. There are bettor way of taking vacation than (retting: sunstruck. Try some of the other ways. Ia It solstitial enouph for you? That'a the way they auk the Inevita ble question down in Itocton. An Aurora bank cashier lost $M,00C speculating in steel. And it doesn't seem to have helped ft eel a bit. U baa been discovered that wlilsVy has a peculiar effect on brunettes. It certainly makes them light-headed. The Japanese are taking to base ball. The result of this will be an un limited output of grand stand funs. It baa been discovered that a new counterfeit $10 United States note is in circulation. Don't take any political bribes. Hawaii ia a rapid asslmllator. A legislator has just been sent to jail there for conspiracy to defraud the territory. In Australia grafter means a doer of lia...

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

SETTLE STRIKE ON REJECTION OF MEN RENEWS THE GREAT PACKERS' STRIKE DEMOCRATS NAME FOLK FOR GOVERNOR KUR0KI DEFEATS 20,000 RUSSIANS SHORT NEWS STORIES I COMPROMISE BASIS Caught from the Wires and Condensed! for Busy Readers. After AJmost Thirty Hours of Con tinuous Convention Work. AH Differences to Be Submitted to Arbitration Committee. The Balloting Continued Until 3:30 Thursday Morning, General Keller Admits That His Losses "Exceed 1,000." DEMOCRATS COMPLETE THEIR STATE TICKET Democratic Ticket. Governor Joseph W. Folk. Lieutenant governor Thomas L. Rubcy. Secretary of state Sam B. Cook. Stato auditor Albert O. Alien. State treasurer James Cowglll. V-Attorney general Elliott W. Major. Railroad and warehouse commis sioner It. H. Oglesby. Chairman state committee W. N. KvanB. Electors at large R. H. Kern and Col. M. C. Wetmore. N Jefferson City, Mo.: The Democrats of Missouri finished the work of nom inating their full state ticket Thurs day evening, after almost thirty hours of con...

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