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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 May 1905

..arvraw4a!'K.W ' , Ilir .1, ., , -- 1 -. - , , , L L J a , MMM - ... THE MESSAGE T IIl'HSDAY, MAY 18, 1905 I s Municipal Ownership a Success in Columbia. The following from the Colum bia Herald mny interest the Mex ico public. The Columbia Water ami Light plant, formerly owned and opciat-t-d by a private corporation, for private gain, has been, since Au gust 1, I'.MtJ, n period of nine months, owned and operated by the people of Columbia for the be nefit of the public. The number of consumers of light ha" increased 95 in the nine months from IlL'O to 415. The number of consumers of water has inereaed "C, from '."i to 47o. Tliere me more electric lights in use than nine months ago. The priee charged for light at meter rates is 25 ier cent cheaper than under private ownership, wit h diseount to large consumers amounting on au increasing seale to 5n per cent reduction. The pi h e chiii ged for water at meter rates is 25 cents n thousand gal lons under puhlie ownership. It was : cents ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 May 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 25,1905. NUMBER 30 HAPPENED and HAPPENING X OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN V A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM I255i5i5 EESc5:3S L. McCormack of this county lost a valuble horse from its drink ing "sheep dip." Dr. E. S. Cave attended the State Medical Society meeting held ftt Excelsior Springs Inst week. J. M. Kelso has returned from Oklahomn. He was at Snyder just the day before the awful cy clone aud tornado. He thinks he left for Missouri just in time Kate Hutchison, before Judge Bass last Thursday, received a jail sentence of 90 days on the ohargeof euttiug Nell Crockett.an other negress, in the face with a knife. Raney Moss,18 years of age.rais ed near Mexico, was among those killed in the cyclone at Snyder.Ok lahoma two weeks ago. His fath er, Rainey Moss, escaped with a broken arm. ' Says the Centralia Guard: Mex ico has passed an ordinance to pre vent spitting on the sidewalk un der a heav...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 May 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at tli Pi M office at Mexico Mo., as second -class matter. Terms of Subscription: One year ll- Six Months ! Three Month!" -! THURSDAY, MAY 25. VM: Tin: anti-spit ordinance in all right. even the veteran Fritters will tell you so. Win 11 is that new depot coming? A long-snfferiiig publie answers, when, when? The Middlrtuwn Chips correct ly sivs tli.it "Audrain is one of the bi st bridged eontitries in the Mate." The Yandalin Mail and Farlicr Forum both heartily endorse the position of 1 li Mi:ssAiip; against eapital punishment. W. .1. lJiiVAN is is going to tour the world to study municipal own ership nnd railroad problems us preseut in other eontitries. The Forum Kays that l'aiher needs jnt (!." more ieople to make her population even ."( II . 1'arber's a good town, all right, with a pop ulatioti 1 i tr or little. Tin: Louisiana Press imiuires "if the saloons in Louisiana close their doors would a tunnel-...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 May 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 25, 190.) M HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. $i Sweet potato plants. It L. I). Shipper. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barnett, a daughter. M. E. Engle sends the Message to his brother, G. W. Engle, at Chillicothe, Mo. Miss Lydii Powell will tench in the Botts district, southeast of Santa Fe.uext term. Elton Miller, colored, was given a 20 days' sentence in jail in Jus tice Bass' court lust week for va grancy. The Mexico District. Conference of the Epworth League meets in this city June C and 7. G. VV. Engle. D. VV. Thompson, Mrs. M. L. Taylor, T. F. Rodeu aud Mrs. Alberta Wardeu are new readers of the Message. Wood furnished by the cord on orders. Call upou or 'phone W. G. Sims on Pollock line, or R. F. D. route No. 5,Mexico,Mo. t25aug Gilead Baptist church, on Bean Creek, will be dedicated next Sun day moruiug, Rev. J. C. Ann strong of St. Louis preaching the sermon. The ladies of St. Breuden's church will serve ice cream and strawberries next Saturday, May 27, proc...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 May 1905

THE MESSAGE TI1UHSDAY, MAY 23. 1905 'GOOD" MISSOURI ROAD. Tbe Government Will Make an Experiment. Macon, Mo., May 17. Kepre- tentative James Lloyd, A. X. John- &w son, highway engineer of the Agri- j tU cultural department, Washington, i audi). Ward King, the split logil dragmnn of Maitland.were here to- iCjjj day and this afternoon were driv tnovcrthe mile of experimental 11' i-nml (lie poverntnent is coins io l.uild out of this town. The men spoke to the citizens at the Com mercial club tonight. Mr. Jolin (on, the engineer, said t h government w o u I d furnis-h tin- machinery and three i.vlii.)U til lillilil the IlifllU'IlV. TllC .it st n-i furnish the li tnes t ore. teams ! and common lalor. Tin; object of the agricultural of fice is to furnish an object lesson to the community us to the most practical method of constructing a first-ehi'-s )ullii- highway out of the materials at hand. Mr. .John son said the states of the Has! having the In :-t roads are those aided by the st...

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. — 1 June 1905

o 61 Mexico Missou Message VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1905. NUMBER 31 RI HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN ft SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Mexico will "pull tail" on July 4th. the eagles Mrs. K. A. Shannon is BufTering from a sprained nnkle, caused from a full. A new school house is to be built in Cedar drove district. south of Mexico. Mrs. Thomas Howe, munity of Uowona, is 90 youug tnikeys. of the com- "herding" Little Miss Annie Vanlauding- ham. near Kowena. fell from a horse and broke her arm. Harrv 13. Ilawes of St. Louis has been invited to deliver an ad dress in Mexico on July 4th. Mayor E. E. Jones of Mexico has been chosen chaplian of the Married Men's League of Missouri, Dr. J. F. IJarrison of Benton Citv has been reelected assistant nhvsician at the State Hospital in Fulton, Fred Shootman, formerly of Mexico, last week.entured upon the duties of car distributor at Bloom- iugton, III. The will of the late John Wise has been probated. ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 June 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Iic.'il, Editor and Proprietor Knti'nii at tlia )'ito(Mo at llr!rc Mi)., at fcccutid -class matte r. Toms of Hulscription: One jtur i. m f-; J'n.IiUiS r Tl.irt Months TIU'KSDAY, JUNK, 1W.1 Mv.ieo i t-t ill waiting for d'.'pnt . that Tl. of tl. Jap t ;i. run the Russians Te,. rl'lllllv ln-i?' wages in Audrain Mic fitliiifr imiili better. I'.ul tlii'piod ti.H'lier always tf) 1 s ,' " nl wages. Liiddmiia will celebrate ..iith this ear. Laddohi.i vii) s li akes her Fourth ot e i Icbiaticiis a success. the 111- lulv M ;; 1"iic is going to en force tic oldinancc, "to the letter," 11 ijuii'ing persons in Mexico who i, u dog- to j. iv the requiicd tax on same. War i hell. That little Ma tight the o'ln-r day co.-t t he 1,'us-t-:i- thousands of lives and over a hundred million dnl'nrs in Ih-w ot ship.-. Tin i . is not a tree delivery H'.iti i i;t o 1'ai hi l the J' ;.! nine, of i heir mail thru 1. ni.i mid Vat.dalia. and the r ).- i, id: ill g about ...

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. — 1 June 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1905 1 HAPPEMD AMD HAPPENING. fl C C. Hall and wife move lo St. Louis thip week. William Hardin Iiixey now has his real estate and loan office on the south side of the square, room lately vacated by Attorney Walter much. Dr. Noah Barnes, son of Mr T tJ .. .... - Lee Barnes north of Mexico, ,s now located at Meridian, Texas. Ho is doing well in bis profession, glad to learn. Mrs. Charles Givens, east of Mexico, is seriously ill and not ex pected to recover. Mrs. Emma Hocker of Centralia has been at her bedside Miss Elsie Corder fell from the merry-go-round in Mexico Friday night and her face came in con tact with the head of one . of the bobby horses and she was painful ly wounded and bruised. Ii. V. Montague, of tha Mexico Telephone Exchange, has bought the Carter-Johnson telephone line, running from Mexico north past Powell's Ford to the Robert John son farm and on to the Carter place. The commencement of Garfield (eol.) High School in Mexico was held ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 June 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1905 "It's All Off With ohn." Tbc Chicago Examiner paints it about right in the following: "It i all off with .loin, I told you eo,' was tlic comment Hoch made when the jury decided that lie must be banged. Aud lloch came onions us years ago. He has the (Jet-Rirh-Cuiek virus in his Mood. A clone ttudent of women was Hoch. He saw how titled Uet-Kich-tJuick nun came to America, got money and incidentally a wife. II" saw he lossiliilitici of tmtiey by in ir ringe and he evolved hi system. He htiuted middle aged women ami homely woman and he tcr (luted em. He wtbas also better pleased if they too loved money. Then he told them of an estate he had in (iermany. He had n truct mag nate's instinct, also, and when he suggested a union of his estate and the woman's estate there was noth ing more to do but to get a license. The money hunters with a title asset tike their wive. to Kti rojie ami fur t lie most part neglect them. Hoch, however, when he se cured his w...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 June 1905

Supplement to " VoL6.v MEXICO, MO., MESSAGE. No. 31 .iZ ...C SALES The following addition to the prosperous and thriving city of PIMI A no jo) ill Will be offered at Public Auction. . r f N a LJV Sale to begin promptly at 10 o'clock. A A f 4C 10 40 40 - 40 o O I . - , J 'I 0 r-tl Wff, tr . - At 7 7 7 7 7 r i I ' -lot f ", ; ; This property lies within two blocks of the business center of the City, and is known as the "Old Fair Ground Site." It is desirable for either investment or homes. TERMS: One-third cash, balance in one and two years with seven per cent interest on deferred payment. CLARK & HINMAN.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 June 1905

Message VOLUME VII. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1905. NUMBER 32 Mexico Missou RI $ HAPPENED and HAPPENING V OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Dr. Thomas Meara has opened a dental office in Martinsburg. MisSue Wire f Farber is at tending the summer school at Kirksville. Rev. C. A. Mitchell of Mexico has been assisting Kev. McQuie in a revival meeting at Bellflower. Attorney A. C. Whitson of Mex ico will deliver an address at Lad donia's Fourth of July celebration. Miss Naucy Laura Carter of Centralia graduated from Stephens Female College at Columbia last week. The circus "waz heah" last Thursday. Many parents came many miles to bring their children to the show? Prof. Frederick Fitchel instruc tor of piano at Hardin College, will leave thisvr jmmer for a year's study of music in Germany. Miss Dolly Grigsby, one of Au drain's popular teachers, will spend the summer vacation with her brother at El Paso, Texas. Prof. Basil Brewer...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 June 1905

THE MESSAGE PuMishod Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor Entered tt tb Pottofllra at Meilro Mo., second -clam matter. Trrtix of tSnhtcription: One yi ar II .a Six Muntli M Time Montln 2! TlIl'KSbAY, JIWK8, V.m THE STATE ASYLUMS. The four stntc hospitals for 11. e insnne, rolled in the ppee-h of llic pc-oi'le, insane asylums, are in mi nced !' boards nppointcd by the governor of (he State. This ut leiist is the theory of their inmi ntretiK'tit. Praetienlly, in iiimiy eiist s. the oflieials of the asylums have been dictated by the govern ors. This has not always been best for tin' i)venora or for the :islmns n n d seldom best fie tin' insane. It has made tin- ji linns centers of politienl strifi' iind has i-oini'timert put thrin in cliaiK'1' of physicians and other ollirinls who were chosen for party reasons rather than for any ipecial pinfi'ssioual Miialifieations. The plan is not a new one in Missouri. It has been pursued'with more or h happy results in the past. The pl...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 June 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 190.1 tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, ft Born, to Air. and Mrs. T. Riley, a daughter. S. J. E. Rucker has closed bis meat market at Keiser & Son's grocery store. Circuit Court is in session. There will be uo grand jury this term. Last Sunday was the hottest day of the year so far; mercury at 3 p. in. registered 94 degrees. W. T. Wilkcrson, lately with Fredendall & Wilkins in Mex ico, has accepted a plate with Wil kins Bros, shoe store. Judge VV. W. Botts and wife arc attending commencement exer cises at the State University. Miss Benson Botts of Mexico is one of the graduates. Herbert Paris, who for some time has been with Wilkins Bros.' shoe store in Mexico, resigned his place last week and has accepted a similar position in Kansas City. W. N. Boatman was called to Moberly last week on account of the serious illiness at that place of bis brother, John Boatman, who has suffered two strokes of paraly sis. Rev. Don W. Nichols, well known in Audrain cou...

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. — 8 June 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNK 8, 1903 MAN MISSING. Went From Home Nearly Two Months A (to. The family of Frank Rhoda is very nneasy about him. IIo is n railroad in an oml lived iu this rity ninl had employment at Fclton, just east of here. Held member ship in the Modern Woodman camp in Mexico, which order i endeavoring to Icnrn of his where about and if he is olive or dead. He lclt Mexico April lGth, go ing from here to Hannibal. Wus heeking wotk and went from Iluti nilial to St. Louis. On Sunday morning in Hint city, April 22, he met a friend to whom he told hi plnns to secure work. He was go ing to a railroad office that day. Went off and wa? to return to his hoarding place ly noon, hut none of his friends have iccii him or heard of him since. Mrs, K'lioda is grcntly distressed ftud fears that he has met foul jtlay. Says that just her husliand left home he ?.'!(J wages, t'iO of which he cd over to her, saying that with I ie fore drew enable her to get along till he got woik and was l...

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. — 15 June 1905

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VII. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1905. NUMBER 33 HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A The Mexico Water Works Co. is excavating and enlarging their res ervoir. Arthur Clark is working out a $25 flue on the charge of disturbing the peace. Jehu A. Guthrie, Jr., of Mex ico is home from his studies at William Jewell College. Mrs. O. E.- Johnson, of Nova Scotia, is visiting relatives at Ben ton City, this county. Theron Leet, of Laddonia, will enter the State University next fall to study engineering. George Whaley of this city last week graduuted in electrical en gineering at the State University. Three children iu the home of T. C. Hicks at Benton City are said to be aillicted with the small pox. The militia boys of Mexico are taking regular drills and will have an important part in Mexico's Fourth of July celebration. The Confederate reunion for Audrain, Callaway, Boone, Cole, Mo...

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. — 15 June 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Doal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at tb rotofu at Mexico Mo., a vonJ-clat matter. Ttrms of Subscription: One year til M on 111 Three Months. ..11.01 ....r TIll'KSlJAY, Jl'XE 1.., I'JOri The city council at Kirksville prohibits lae bull j.Ifiyingon Sun day. Koosc vclt argued to Kussirt iind Jnpau that "the progress of the world is set back by (he war you arc wiigmg," and the white wing of pence settled down, and the war uiiiv be ended. !ood if it may. M. L. iutl.rie of Fulton gueiied for a prissy of 2.',H)0 on the exact attendance ut the World's Fair in St. Louis Inst year. lie guessed the number, he did, exact, but is having to sue for his money. They tell it now he will be kept guessing if he nets his money ll.irry U. Ilawes made it speech at the ex-Confederate reunion ut Louisville, Ky., this week and had copies of it printed iu advance and sent to the Democratic editors of Missotni. Harry is an advertiser, too, it may be said, if he ne...

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. — 15 June 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 15,1903 ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, ft The town. merry-go-round Las left Anthnr Jjeo and wife of Clinton will spend the summer in Mexico. Arthur Brandon, of Laddonia, rolls in a wheel for another year's visits from the Message. Warren Angle, E. W. Lierheira er, Miss Lou Jesse and Wm. N. Barney are new readers of the Message. C. L. Staples, the Mexico paint er, is doing some work for D. B. Guthrie, a prosperous farmer, near Hat ton, this week. Miss Rebecca Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff D. Ellis, who left this county three years since, graduated this week from Kendall College, at Muscogee, I. T. The City Council took final ac tion on the automobile ordinance last Monday. The ordinance was amended so as to allow the machines a speed of six miles an hour thru town. The Mississippi river is on its "June rise". A levy near Quincy broke last Saturday night and 100 square miles of farming country was flooded. The loss to crops will be in the millions of doll...

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. — 15 June 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 15.19(. THE RURAL LIFE. It seems to mo I'd like to go Where hell dou't ring, nor whistles I. low, X... ,l,il .l....'l L-lril.A rv.i.rra . io mill i fiiiic ii'.i '"! ilnn't sound. And I'd haw ftilln m lilt ar ni'id ' Not nnl htill ct illness, hut just'J the trees' j hi.v wiiisp 'I'in or th" hum of ' p liees, Or l.vo 'ks' faint luhhliii over stiinis 11 In strancelv, softlv taiiRled ton s j Or nmjbe a ci ii'kt-t or kntdid. Or thesuiigs f birds in tin- hed ges liiii, Or jut soiii- weet siniiiil s (In s Tn (ii! a liivil h-.'url with en-"'. It 'tw i . ii ' I tor sik'ht and s "iml andsiiii-ll I'd l;ke a city pretty weli: lint when it curne.s to tr- ttiiij r f. 1 iik-' li." 11 i.ui.tn lots tl... I., v S . u i : i : 1 1 - if m.'o:ii U 1 ltit u i t tin- city's d:r. iu.1 1 ;!. A nil c--t out wlit-rv the ' i I.Ik. Ami. Miy. how . "i j i n ' -Kug.-i.tF.-M. "MODERN WOODCRAFT. Five Good Items From That Excel lent Journal. X. ih!. .r Ur.iut Deal, nf I. i hl hia. i-a miv M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 June 1905

state m Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VIII. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 22,1905. NUMBER 34 HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Born, on the 13th inst., to and Mrs. Edward Pearl, a son Mr. L. M. Myers is getting up coal on the Beagles place.near Worces ter. Miss Mary Botts is home from her studies nt Montieello Ladies' Seminary at Godfrey. Born, on the 13th inst.,to Mr. and Mrs. Will Braden, northeast of Laddonia, a son. Miss Anna Kirkpatrick of Mex ico has returned from Omaha, Neb., where she has been teach ing. C. D. Williams, station agent at Martinsburg, lost his barn, smoke house nud coal house front fire last week. Eld. Elmer Underwood of Wor cester, this county, is home from from his studies nt Canton Univer sity. Walker Miller pleaded guilty to grand larceny in the Audrain Cir cuit Court Inst week and was sen tenced to two years in State pris on. The Polar Ice Co. in Mexico has rected n large storage house on the Wab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 June 1905

THE MESSAGE I'uldudied Jivry Thursday. Mm Jii'ul, JidiUr aud rio)rieUr Knl n! at the I'uaU.filc tit Mexlci Mu .ki second -c'.an u.nHT 7V i ' &k rif " Our hm 4i t v M,.i.tU V 'J i.l.;t' Mui.Uu. ... 1 JJI KSlMy, JI NK JJ. Kim:, Tin: Km uierV I'uion if cviiiiii n; Audiaiu. 'J I.' Sunday law' nil r.l,l. Kn-l.-l. c il ; titilt'ii ull lliut'f li. i 1. d. K " r mil of 1.1 W f IJ :lf ,v..lllt A U lil ,1111 t"!hS HIV Jf.'ttlll lilt' J J J 1 I...- Il l III of l iilJI t . ll on muM p,iy Lull on Siih.l.ij lil lia.-l k'-t ) .In . Ill iind kp)oin ! ii.pt t d.iriii; (Iu- pi'oiv.-.- ot li.r .,ii;.-. li.ilf and Ihms iu Jllino!.-. ..iid- r l'i I 'i' ll, .'. a mi.) nnd -i I ) to) 1 1.' I f .. i. n'l t ( 11,111 1 i l ' 1 1 ii .-1 I !.. I.. .1 a.- il olllil to br . ) i . sw.'i t li. sr vsai in .1 i 'J bal s wbiil wt' ndvifi d joii l.ifl s uiiiiij. r iluiiiijf (br polilir.il ;i iu -piiu. il 's joo.) advi.f all thru llir t nr. Jliilur ibird ba.-.'biill Willi lb" M' .i'-i) l.iiiii and JJijbit- was bt ....

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