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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 June 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 22,1905 tfBAPPEKCD AWD flAPPEKiriG.il F. J. Daines and family Lave moved to Mexico from Milnn. The Wabash coal chutes at Wellsville were destroyed by fire Sunday night. Born, on the ICth inst., to Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Self of Laddonia, twin daughters. The Rhineland Cornet Baud will make the music for Mexico's Fourth of July celebration. Last Sunday was a scorcher, 102 in the shade by some thermome ters. But it brought the rain. Ed. Williams, son of J. V. Wil liams, will take voice culture at Round Head. N. Y., this summer. J. W. Dry of this city and Mr. F. J. Daines, late of Milan, Mo., have formed a real estate agency in Mexico. Wm. Willingham.A. W.Powell C. II. Candy, Mrs. Logan Robin son aud EJ. Machin are new read of the Message. The City Council has appointed E. F. Ketter as City Engineer. He lately graduated in engineering from the State University. "Aunt" Ellen Douglass, a high ly respected colored woman, died in Mexico last Monday after a long illines...

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. — 22 June 1905

Robbers and an Automobile. Bliss, Okla., Juue 13. An at tempt was made to hold tip the treasure party parrying the $40, 000 of receipt taken from the 101 ranch Sunday. ly a party of des peradoes and would have succeeded lut that the automobile in which the treasure was carried from the Miller Brothers' ranch to Ponea onttan the horcs of the bandits. As it was, 1here w:ts a brisk fight. When tli robber appeared tieorge Miller pulled to Mciiowan. the chiinlTiier to put on speed, and commenced firing. Ir. Thomas joined liiin, while Metiowan crowded fin nil the power the big mnchine could carry. The rob bers set up a .veil, and spurred their horses toward their victims, firing as they came. P.ut their ponies were no match for the onto, which was out of range in less than ll inilillle. Nobody was hint, but the speed regular was shut off the automo bile. To Meet in Washington. Washington, June 15. Amer ica's national cupitnl has hi en se lected r.s ll.e seat of negotiations between t!ic p...

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. — 29 June 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VIII. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 2Q, 1905. NUMBER 35 HAPPENED and HAPPENING V OR EXPECTED A A 0 SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Robinson, of Mexico, a daughter. Willis Iiulen, formerly of Mex ico, is now night policeman at Gentralia. Itt Turley.who lately graduated in osteopathy at Kirksville.has re turned to his home in Mexico. State game Warden J. II. Rhodes and family of Sedalia, spent last Sunday with Mexico relatives. Miss Madge Kent, who has been teaching iu South Missouri, has returned to her home in -Mexico for the summer vacation. Leslie Willingham, charged with breaking into Mason Creasey's store a short time ago, goes back to the Reform School again. He must stay there this time until be is of age. The Sturgeon Gun Club held its annual tournament last Thursday. Alf. Elliott of Mexico made the highest score, breaking 246 out of 2G0 targets. Shooters were pres ent from different pa...

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. — 29 June 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. t - - 1 John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Enured at tha 1'oMofTIee at Mexico Mo., iecnnd-cl km matter. Ttrmn v( Kubtcription: One year II. HU Months ' Three Months 2.' TUI HSWAY, Jl'NK2), I'JO.j t'ut out the Sunday excursion. Nothing Rood in it for your son or daughter. Tin: Slt' hinder twine ilnnt is pax I'l iinii'iit ownership and opera tion. Wlnit do von think of it? Tin: " iM Hiitilnl ruin" cniiie nun in yesterdiiv. Ainlrnin crops, (jciici-iil-ly. n'V( r promised n (jrenter liur- Vect. Hi: e.-ireful wlmt you eat and drink tlie.-e hot summer days. The cholir.i ttnrl ms and dysentery sea sou is up. ,n us. K'ihIi llili, only two houses on the north side of tho railroad track' The ('. & A. mnv have to lie shown in this mutter. It is said that !)." per cent of the l'oito Kieaiis me ntllieted with a disease called "lazy worm." Some Amei ii-iins affected in that, way, ton. We imtii-e that ns per law i,iseil I y the late Legislature, if you find ...

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. — 29 June 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 29,1905 ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Little Merritt Evans ia very ill. Raymond, the six year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cox, died Monday of dysentery. A steam shovel is being used in making the excavation for the new Wabash stock pens in the west part of town. Robert Pearson plead guilty to burglarizing A. B. Smith's carpet store and Judge Barnett this week sentenced him to three years in State Prison. Afterwards paroled him on a $300 bond. Mrs. D. M. Price, of this coun ty, who with her husband are vis iting their son and daughter at Prosser, Wash., has been very ill of late, but at lust accounts was reported improved. Henry Marshall, the restauraut keeper, while filling a gasoline tank on a lnrge coffee urn was painfully burnt over the head and whole face. He received medical aid and "biuded up" his wouuded face and kept on at his work. 0. B. Willingham, near Bean Creek, is agent for a medicine that he thinks is a cure-all for heart disease, Anyway, be ...

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. — 29 June 1905

Berea. (too late pob last week's issue. ) Almar Simon and bod, Anlhor, of Ohio spot a few day i last week with P. H. Cawthorn and futnily. Quite a number from here at tended a fish fry at the home of Wilton Bor.arth near Santa Fe the Hth. All report a good time. Elder Sutton filled hia regular appointment at Berea Stindny. '.Squire Dudley, of Mexico, attend ed rliurch at Uerea Sunday. Also Mr. Richmond Price and wife of near Worcester. J. C. Miller And wife and J. U. tiorrdl and wife spent Sunday with li. L. Hickman and wife. Mrs. Miller's health is much im proved in the lat few weeks. Mis. Huberts and Mrs. Stowcrs were I lie recent truest s of thei brother. S. P. Roberta, of nea (iiven Lawn. Mr. Kd. Sharp and family spent Monday with Mr. Sharp's nephew John Sharp, of ilollinsvillc. Mi.M Mary Coakly whose term of school at Moliuo expires next Fri day enlertaiued her pupils aud the cither nieinbers'of their families Sat urday afternoon at the residence of J. Martin. There were games ...

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. — 6 July 1905

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VIII. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1905. NUMBER 3G HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Circuit Court ndjonrned last Saturday. Thomas Wisdom from ivy poisoning. is suffering Miss Mattic Montague will teach in the Crow district, near Laddon ia, next winter. J. T. Johnson of Mexico lost a fine farm horse from indigestion a few days ago. The ten-year-old son of A.Frank of Mexico, fell from a fence the other day and dislocated his elbow. John Anderson and Elmer Jef fries, two young boys, were fined in Mexico last week for hopping moving train. E. A.Shannon acted as asisstant Prosecuting Attorney in the ab seuce of John D. Orear from the county last week. F. R. Miles of Farber has traded his 110 acre farm near that town to C. D. Glendy, for the latter's Racket Store in Mexico. The Mexico Brick plant sold 14 car loads of brick ouo day last week, the shipment being to Lad- donia an...

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. — 6 July 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. - John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Knlrrd it th I'dttonlce tt Mniro Mo., wcond-clRM mttr. Tirtns of Subscription: One yrr fi.ni hi Moulin V Tlircc Month 2; TiintsiiAY, .H'm::1!!, y.m:, Tin: Mosai.k subscription list keeps n coming. Tin: grafters giif. keep coming to Tin: simple life j is the sober life. nil right. So Tin; Mexico Fourth of July tl u at ii n this jrnr was a gii Fll'eess. Iom ( iisey, the Clinton bunk cashier, was n church elder 1ml vhat i-lsi-T Tin: i!d lim of the 1 1:1 t . picnic is a thin ic money-innkiiig craze has done it. .Save a tile of the Mkss.m.i:. In lifter years von w ill have n gom history of the eoiniuuiiil v. 1 in: manager ,f the Salmon hank nl Clinton, rhejited, robbed iilld betrayed their best fiicm:;. 1)'is't sour on (he world. Iloh roiill'lolicc n Willi' li nl ; 1 1 ) 1 1 voiir neighbors. Il is the only way to Kei p sweet . "Lest wc forget," the Southern wall i melon season is hue. Hut wail a while, the home grow...

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. — 6 July 1905

THE MESSAGE TIIURSDAY, LYJU C, 1903 f HAPPENED AND HAPPENING.il Miss Laura Reilly of this city is reported very sick. Jesse Hall moved from Mexico to Farber this week. Miss Thereaa Donaldson of this city has beeu very ill. J. V. riunkelt is uow a sales man with Fredendall & Wilkins. Mrs. Robert Johnson is confined to her bed with nervous prostra tion. Miss Eighty-one Tui ley of Mex co closed a very successful term of school in the Fox district last Fri day. Miss Jessie Russell left yester day for her old home in Scotland, where she will remain in the fu ture. Alexander Vest, a son of the late Senator G. O. Test, was in Mexico last week with an automo bile party. Special school election in Mexi co today to voie on the tax levee for new school building for the colored folks. The restaurant on the south Bide of the square has again changed hands. George Hall sells to Lewis Mclutire. Snys the Lonisiana Press: A pig valued at $.30 passed through the city Vedue3day from A. M. Foster a...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 July 1905

POLITICAL "IKFLOOENCE." Bad Its Work in the Salmon Bank Failure. Clinton, Mo.. Jnno 23. None of the owners of the Salmon & Sal mon tiank which failed here last week will talk of tbe failure or of wl.nt they think will be paid tic IKipitot'P. Tlwmns M. Casey in re ported to le yet o prostrated that lie rannot pel out. He is in his home with the Mind drawn and three deputy flu ri(T on guard un der the trees in the front yard. Henry W. Salmon and hie brother, J Y. Siilmon, who owned the bunk, refuse to talk. K. M. ('(ink, htate b.ink exam iner, declares that denonitors will get fifty cent on tho dollar, lut no one else seems to think it will he mi nineh. I-ANKIJIS 1 ItA NSKF.lt Kl I'lliilKliTV. The bank failed June ''(!. The molds of the eotuity t-how Hint !. Y. Salmon transferred to 1. L. OwfiiP, attorney for the hanl;, ninety-one nerea of land and a hird interest in fiflynine acres nunc June 12. lie also transferred to Thomas W. Crouch, of St. Louis fi.V! hitch of laud in this co...

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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. — 13 July 1905

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VIX. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1905, NUMBER 37 HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A George Kabrich aud wife are out West, lo see the Fortlnnd Exposi tion. Isaac Dyer, southeast of Mexico, lost two young mare colts recently. One he valued at $75. Born, on the Gth inst., to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stowers, south west of Mexico, a 12 pound son. Mrs. Wallace Bruceof Ft. Smith, Ark., arrived last week on a visit to Mrs. Jane Sallinger in Mexico. The managers of the State Poul try Show wiBh to hold a meeting in Mexico next January and ask for a donation of $250. S. L. Fuqua, of near Hutchison, Rally County, who gets his mail R. F. D. from Laddouia, is a new reader of the Message. Miss Martha Pool, who has been teaching in the Mexico public school, will speudthe summer and fall in Colorado in quest of health. Henry Iman, over near Santa Fe was here last week. He tells the Message tha...

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. — 13 July 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bcal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at th rostodlce t Mexico Mo., second -cl us matter. Ttrms of ISnbtcription: One Tear 11.01 Six Month M Three Monthi K THIRSDAY, JULY 13, 1905 The truth is tiling on 01. rt li . (lie most sacred Honesty in politics, that's the coming issue. Knfniee the Ihws, or off iln' statute hooks. take The liil is on, mid the people nre decidedly in fnvor of its being kept on. Sniue people wein to believe that if the base hull players sne ered in perfecting their union it will inesin n. ore strikes. Russian oflieers do not see any li 1 of ending the war. They have had a "coed rest" iilid feel eiiial to HIH'tler "lootraee." I ' -liiel Attorney Jerome of New York miis there ale very few holi est !M'II In public ofliee. The pen- lull 1.1 see nlxmt that. 1 1 look dollars to arouse the A ni' i iean eonseieiie on the Chinese q'elioii. We wanted to stop ex clusion when that Chinese boycott e:ime. "lb- beg.ni stealing the firs...

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. — 13 July 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 13,1905 MHAPPENCD AND HArPENlNG.ll Victor Victor Louis. will move to St. V. V. Smith, at Gant, is a new readerof the Message. Mrs. James Smilie of Vandalia is in Mexico for roelieal treatment. Mitchell O'Brien, 83 years old, was killed by the cars at Moberly a few days ago. Miss Martha Sullinger of Mex ico returns to Fruitlaud, S. C, this week where she will teach again the coming school year. The ten year old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hunter of Mexico fell from a horse last Fri day and was quite seriously hurt. Somebody turned .1 live wild owl loose in Dr. Tincher's office, in the doctor's absence, one day last week. Mr. Owl held quiet pos session, all right. Mexico Co. N. G. Militia are at Lake Contrary, near St. Joseph, this week for a ten days' encamp ment. About 40 members of the company in the camp. Five members of a picnic party down at Jonesburg last week be came very ill from drinking lemon ade which had been mixed in a galvanized iron bucket...

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. — 13 July 1905

The Panama Canal. The present status of the l'ana inn Cannl is one of the roost im portant public "questions of the day. This article contains a brief history of the project. In IftT'J an international congress met in Paris and recommended the building of a wa-level canal from Colon on the Atlantic to Panama on the Pacific. M. Delxsseps' sen-level plan was adopted and work was begun in 1881. An es timate of 12 years time and $MV MHt,(KM capital was considered sufficient. Hut owing to laud hlidts, enormous freshets, appal ling sickness, ete., the scheme whs abandoned and in I88!t, after and expenditure of $loC.400,(HK), a rc-eiver was appointed. In 1!U a new company with cash capital of $1.1.000,000 wn? formed to complete the cannl. They prut four years in iniikiug a thoro ciigincei ing exnmiiintion of Hie 1 r-!l tn. They found that n cannl with locks was better limn the sen-level p!nn. The cannl thus lo i ntcd and likely to be followed is tO miles in length, and has a summit level o...

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. — 20 July 1905

STATE 1I13T0I.ICAL HG Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VIX. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, 20 JULY , 1905. NUMBER 38 HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY C. E. diaper at Kuril Hill has been buying stock in South Missouri. Vandalia is to have new hotel, ready for paney in October. a fine occu- Miss Laura lielle Kobert son, south of Mexico, gradu ated recently from the Kirks--ville Normal. October 2d is the day set for Mexico's big street fair. Stock and farm products will be the main features. TheLaddonia, Hush Hill and Mexico and Hush Hill mutual telephone lines are now under the same manage ment. Guy Macfarlane, youngest son of the late Judge G. li. Macfarlane, of Mexico, was married recently in California to Miss Elizabeth Adams. Kev. C. A. Mitchell of Mexico was called to the pas torate of the Baptist church at Troy but was unable to ac cept the charge, says the New Florence Leader. Willie,the 2 year old daugh ter of Mrs. Lucy Sanford o...

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. — 20 July 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every. Thursday. t. - - - i John Ileal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the Pottofllce at Mexico Mo., at second-class matter. Trrm of Snl$criplion: One Tear II .a Sit Mentha... .-. St Tbrro Month 2! TiirnsiAY, .7 r ly i?o, nor, Live within your income, yon nmy Ih- tempted to Meal. or Cut I lie weeds along the rond nidi-s: c. t Ih" wed wherever you find I hem. The duty of the public official is to ciifcptcc the law, and the duty of the fit icti is to obey it. l.'iy a farm. Quit raying rents. Hotter pay interest and own some kind of a farm. The country is drifting toward socialism. Kxforlion by public ser vice corporations is lb explana tion. Mayor J. M. Sipplu has the lid on at Lnddoiiia. And he is the kind of fellow to keep it on. 'Kali for Nipple. Missouri's State tax rale, al ready the lowest of any State in the 1'niiin, is to bo again reduced, (iiand old .Missouri. Tin: Carnival Committee must not cverlook ottering good liberal premiums on farm products. Th...

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. — 20 July 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 20,1903 M HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, ft Harry stocks is salesman at Griffee & Martiu's shoe store. A.S. .Johnson and family moved to Rocky Ford, Colnrado, this this week. Mrs. Truex, wife of Rev. II. E. Trues, is very ill, but is thought to be some better. Charles Fry and Willard Bur tou, both colored, had a fight and were assessed a fine of $12.50. The Mexico soldiers arrived home first of the week from their encampment at St. Joseph. The Shamrock base ball team came over to Mexico last Friday and played the Mexico Browns. The Browns were done up 13 to 2. G. L. Ferris, the plumbing man, has on exhibition in his show win dow a fine colleetiou of Indian ar row heads and other relics of the Red Man. JudgeS. E. Kendall sends the Mkssagk to a relative in Wichita, Kansas.and VV.C J Duty tubscribss for h i 8 uncle, Lemuel Day, a Whittington, 111. Auxvasse camp Modern Wood mou of America will hold their an nual picnic in Swon Grove Satur day, July 29. Hon. Champ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 July 1905

r Wit and Humor of the Actors Horrible liMdi Stawl Roba W Eua 4 tlitn. (.M.lr. IMS. t fail f WminHi Cmmpmrnf. tI I I.1VK on the tun- ny Mltle of the street; nhajy folks llro on ttio oth er. I always pro- ferrcd tho BI"1n1iIiii nil bnre tried t. put Otlll-r lfil there, If only for nil hour or two nt n time, even If I li.ij IS 10 uo it nrti-r mm sot from n platform under tlio gaslight, with my nnine bill ed at tlio door os eu terminer. As birds of a fVnth- Mw.hall P. Wilder. er fli-vk together. It lias tieon my rxmI fortune to meet thousands of other peo ple ou tlio sunny side of the stroot, nml 1 ctidonror to distribute soino of the feunslilnc which those fine fellow lllllu.l'liil on mo. Joseph Jefferson took delight In tell ing of n now tiliiymntn of one of his sons, vim nskod another boy who young Jefferson wns and wns told: ''I'll, Ms fnlhor works In n tlientor Koinowhere." lvtc Jinllt'j-, while enjoying a nhort vacation, visited a New York tlientor when business wns dull. Jtelng ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 July 1905

so Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VIX. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1905. NUMBER 39 HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN ' SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A A HenMcVey is lenrning telegra phy at lifiddonifl. The Mexico Episcopal church building is receiving substantial repairs. Hen Phcars, at Laddonia, is the houseuiover for all that section of the count)'. The Laddonia Herald learns that tbo Holiness people of Mexico are to ttarta paper hero soon. A. C. Sox, near Vandalia, threshed his wheat recently and tho crop yielded 20 bushels to the acre. The Modem Woodmen will have a big picnic nt Martinsburg Tuesday, August 13. II. A. Over baugh has general management. The store of J. W. Ilines at Benton City was entered last Thursday night and over one hnn dred dollars worth of merchandise was stolen. Mr. and Mrs. Sain Bellamy at Laddonia will move to St. Charles next month. Mr. Bellamy is a blacksmith and woodworkman of splendid ability. Rev. Fran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 July 1905

THE MESSAGE Tublisbed Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at ths Postofflc at Meilco Mo., second -clast matter. Terms of Subscription: One year II. Sit Mi. nihil M Three Month 2.' THl'KSliAY, 0TLY27, 1903 Si:xatii Stone calls Lawsnn n lake nnd the Mr.ssAiii: culled Law son a freak. If Lawson will "make good," do something, ns well ns talk, I lif Mkssahi: nnd Senator Sloni' will take it nil back. Tin' S.llillltl keeper of Kansas City who hnvi' been violiil in;; I In1 Sunday rinsing law lire coming to grief one ly one. I'iu'Ic Sam is niter the "bootleggers,'' (no. Ah. the anarchist must coiiie down. money lias nothing to do with the prices. Trices Lave gone up ns cold lias increased. The free sil ver advocates have gotten what they wanted thru a change for which neither party claims the credit. Yet the present situation is unsatisfactory and undeveloped. A standard better than a single metal, more stable than a single commodity, is desirable if it can be found. Th...

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