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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1905

The Principle and Practice of Health By EOWAID B. VAINAII (AMkor " Scientific Phynlcil Trelnlnt." For mer Editor Health Department Ladlea' Hoir.a Joarnel.) , j Oop) nrttt. bi J. B. Uomlm.) Anyone Who Stands, SiU or Walks Incorrectly, Cannot Hare Health No Excuse for Slip-Shod Hanner o( 2 rot esstonal Hen Don't Abuse Tour Spinal Column: Host Vital Fart of Han His Backbone Re move Headaches and Kidney Troubles Jby Correct Standing In Walking Keep an "Active Oheet" Sit Correctly and Prevent Indigestion. ' Health depends upon correct position Khe body. Anyone who stands, sits or Walks habitually, In an incorrect posi tion, does not and cannot possess health ao long as the habit continues. . Harmony is the law of the universe. 'Corroct position is one of the funda mental laws of health Violate the law and you must, sooner or later, pay the penalty. There Is no exception to this rule. I am well aware tbat many persons are engaged in certain pur suits tbat are of such a nature as to compel...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1905

THE MESA'oH THURSDAY, NO. 16, 1905 ADDRAIF, TEACHERS, Iheit Thirft Annual Mexico. Gathering In Near one hundred teachers of the county (fathered in the teach ers' institute held in Mexico last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. County Corami8Hioner J. N. Cross presided, J. L. .Shobe acting as secretary. A number of dis tinguished teachers from the State University and other sec tions were in attendance. The programs were carried out, practi cally, as published in the Mes sage three weeks ago. A social reception and reunion was held Thursday night. Miss Owen's recital was one of the pleasing features of the ses sion. She knows how to talk "Dickens" all right. Principals Powell of Laddonia, L. C. McCall of Mflrtinsbnrg, Ir vine of Vondnlia. J. C. Rain of Farber, A. W. Clemens of Mex ico. S. T. Davis. J. L. Shobe, J V. Hancock, Wro. E. Canthorn. E. E. Shay, Miss Elizabeth Oat son of Vandalia. Miss Bertha Sui dow of Mexico, Miss Ethel Bybee, Miss Anna Koenig, Miss Sadie O'Brien, Miss Lida 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. — 23 November 1905

Missouri AGE Volu Mcrcico, 3.lit- wouri,. ?ovcrrJ vc 3, 1U05' Number 4 HAPPLNLD AM Mjg J. A. Pierce m.i'l family moved to Mexico from Laddoiiia la.-t week. Miss Julia Smith, of New Lon don, Kails county, re entered IJai din College last week. It. M. Campbell is homo fiM.i Pellmny where, be had charge of n creamery this summer. Lester Uced, colored, of Mexico, was fund five dollars nnd ce-is lust week for dis! urlin the l--a.'.. John F.uihnp and Jesse l)ratlm, of this city have ec-opted business positions nt Salt Luke City, Utah. They left for the West this week. J. E. Khahun, sinlhrait of Mexico, has been a little "under the wealhei" this full, hut he be lieves ia netivily aad keeps stir- J. E.Jung, west of .Mexico, hiis been taken to the Slate !!o.-p';!:.l nt Fulton for (real m -ii t . We hup" to hear of the early n turn of his health. J. II. Jesse i !id K'.y Fen-is nre down in Texas hunting gaim, .md "licking I'lornd'h Mr-. .1..,. Potts :iud .da":;h!- r. Mi-s Mad.:e, ! II this wet...

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. — 23 November 1905

T PROCLAMATION President Roosevelt Designatei Na tional Thanksgiving Day. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH. II Aaks tha Propla I limit Thaake for Past Hlrailac (.'aaerrata Vhrmirlvr to Lives ( Cleaallaeas aal llaaar. Washington, Nor. 3. The president has Issued bia ThankFglving proclama tion, setting aside Thursday, the 30th day of November, aa a day of national thanksgiving. By the President of tho United Slates of America: A rrorlaaiatloa. When nearly three centuries ago tha first settler came to the country which lias now become this great republic, (hy fronted not only hardship and pri vation, but terrible risk to their Uvea. In those grim years, tha custom grew of setting apart one day In each year for a special service of thanksgiving to the Almighty for preserving the people through the changing seasons. The custom has new become national and liallowed by immemorial usage. We live In easier r.-.id more plentiful times than our forcfi thers, the men who with rugged Blrengih faced the r...

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. — 23 November 1905

FOR CLEAN AID MANLY FOOTBALL President Roosevelt Take Time u Discuu the Matter. WANTS THE GAME CONTINUED Brutality ana1 Foal PUr Should He Cheating at Cards or Strlklaa; Foal la Bella. Philadelphia, Nov. 21. Dr. J. Will iam White, professor of surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and a mem ber of the university committee on athletics, has returned from Washing ton, where he had been summoned by President Roosevelt to discuss matters relating to football. In an Interview, Dr. White said: "The president did me the honor of asking me to lunch with him at tha White House for the purpose of dls cussing. with him the situation as tq American football. An article of mine published In last week's Outlook was the occasion of the Invitation. - Scope of the Discussion. "As to what took place during mj visit, the president has permitted me t say that we are In complete accord ai to the need of the permanent abolition of brutality and foul play; of the In crease of the powers of the officia...

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. — 23 November 1905

I,iiwniim-'n ., i i i ilbljuh tw un a erJco Clothing Company, MEXICO, MO.. fa ft ' fa fa Mexico in the as The house that hos revolutionized the clothing business ot Mexico In 3 years. The house that has SINCE ITS EXISTENCE in caused ONE PRICE PLAIN FIGURES to be a by-word clothing world. The house that never deviates from the Plain Figures marked upon the article. The house that gives you more real value for your dollar than any other house. The house that is growing, that will continue to grow, be cause of its superb stock, fair dealing methods and unques tionable integrity. The house that will do just what it promises to do. The house that has buying facilities greater than any other house in North Missouri. The house that is anxious for your trade, who will treat you fair and give you 100 cents for your dollar, who will refund your money if you are not satisfied. Your to iDleeascj, Mexico Clothing Company, - Mexico, Mo. Northeast Corner Scqtjieir-e. Ono Prlco. IARNES-KEM CLOTHING...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 November 1905

THE M ESS AG E ' SHARPLESS IS IN IT. THUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1905 Rev. II. E. Truex expects to be- kiu u revival eirort at the Mexico Baptist church hood. Mrs. V. W. Botts bought a lot in Woodlawn Additiou from Rev. A. A. Wallace, paying $300. The Vandalia High School foot ball team was to have played the Y. M. C. U. team in Mexico Mon day, but the Vandalia team failed to show up. Mrs. Charles -Drake of Mexico last Sunday morning undertook to kindle a fire with coal oil. She was badly burned; hair scorched and face blistered. You will see a statement of the Martinsburg Bank in this issue of the Message. The bank is doing a fine business and is one of the solid institutions of the county. Jason Rutter of Thompson paid the Message a pleasant business call Tuesday. Mr. Rutter and the Messeqe disagree a little in pol itics, but this paper counts ' him as one or its best friends up that way.' The Chicago & Alton R. R. Co. this wsek bought A. G. Arm strong's lot of ground, north of the rai...

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. — 23 November 1905

Mexico Hissopfi Message, JOHN BEAU riMhlm. MEXICO t t MISSOURI Allegheny with her bank scandal It Bow entitled to claim to rank with Louisville or Cleve'anrt. Arizona preachers want Arizona ad mitted an a ft ate under a constitution making prohibition perpetual. The Russian state sceptre la )f solll KcM three feet long and contain among Hi ornamenti 260 ruble and IS emeralds. There were 1.800 guests at a mar riage feast at 8evlgnac, near Modal Brittany, and 300 servants waited on them In an rvpen field. Among the elephants, botii the sexes of the African species have Ivory tusks, while In Asia these are gener al'y restricted to the male. Nome will produce $10,000,000 of gold in 11)05. a gain of $3,000,oti0 over 3904, which was that district's best year In gold yield. The entire gold production of Alaska will bo $ 1 5,00, 000 for 190R. An Ingenious man hag recommended a new remedy to thin pf)pl who wish to get fat. He advises them to fall off the roof of the Flatlron building, and as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 November 1905

WHEW PEGGY POKES THI 7IBE. When TntV pokes the kitchen Are 8h make a pletura fair; I linger till 1 Bin my ear . Te Ma her working there. Bhe take the poker half war up, Perhape a little higher. Falla on her kneea before the range And atarta to poke the lire. . .Her alender artna are fair to tee. Bared to her elbow white; 1 Ir graceful movements as ah Jaba Just fill me with delight. Left handed T Oh, but what of that? I never could quite Mr Of seeing- Peggy on her knee While poking at the fire. What though the coal come tumVilng down. And on aid alt goea out? She ay a man can't poke a fire, Bh know what ahes about. And ao ah poke and Jab away, While I can but admire The warlike picture he present While poking at the fire. I often wish to move away Upon a better strett, , Where Peggy could attain the let Bhe alway yearned to meet. But on thing ever hoMa me back Krom promenading higher; Poor Peg would find ga range then, And couldn't poke the fire. N. Y. Time. A Proposal with an Object...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 November 1905

if i ! i 1 Real Estate Bargain t.'i iWXfc V,vts. S!Nj,' 5 4 room, friinif" dwelling, burn, ottilj?. Corner lif. Price. $830 3 room frame dwelling. water in h'.u.. corner lot. Pri(:.$1 730 f 4 riMitn frame dtvi lliit;?,w iter in Ian, s".t,nrii.e.,i n r hd; 1.ViO 4r .'1 r.iimi f iti ttn d well inc. Mi!iini"i' VU In n. ,'i h.'a P;ir... ii'lli(M) 4 room dwi 1 1 1 u tr . 2 lot, 'i t 1.1.1. : thin is I ) r -.lin l'jod. 3 room dwelling, plenty i.'ic.ini'l. I.mn mill mil i -. $1200. Pi rmilll tl lime dwelling, lill model li, lot (M2d, price $o."iOi'. H rootr 2 story iriitue tiv..iii.. nil i n .!' i n . until ami out buildings. jj.it SO l.y "21 '1. Piiec, $MMI0. 100 acres. (S miles fii.in M xicn, 75 acres in c-r.ru , balance in fpf.iwa i.v.rv ncrc fim lie ldowi-.l (ior.il .'t I'.m.iii dweliim'. if I. urn mill outbuildings. Price, f .118 per tier.', cm terms, to hiiit. $f This in a bargain. We have K'vcnil stocks i f tii(.reli:iinl..- fur exchange. If j on want to !.ny, nell, trade, rent nny ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. Volump 7 Mcxlco- Miaori, November 30, 1QQ5' ttWmVl AND HAPPEillflG. U. S. Goran has moved from Laddonia to Farber. Ed. Williams of Mexico is at Lincoln, Neb., pursuing training in voice culture. Henry Ogden of Vandalia suf fered a broken leg last Friday by hishorso slipping and falling upon hiin J. A. Pierce, who lately moved here from Laddonia, ha3 a pos'tion as salesman in J. . W. Dry's dry goods Btore. O. V. Wisdom, southwest of Mexico, sold a half interest in his fine spau of 2 year old sorrel mares to his brother James for $1G2 50. Jim Lamb, colored, gave an or der from Luke Morris to It. D. Worrell for a $12.50 guitar. Lamb got a ssntenoe to the county jail. Me xico bos another offer for a gas plant. If we can get as much out of it as $500 whether we ever get the plant or not let's grant the franchise! Charley Blaine of Vandalia goes over to Minneola, In Moutgoraery county, occasionally and "loads pp" with mineral water in jugs and demijohns. A petitio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1905

STORIES OF THE FAKIRS Sr J. P. JOHNSTON Author of "Twenty Years of Hu1ine," - What Happened to Johnston," Etc , JOHNSTON OUTWITS TWO ORAFTEK8. 4CoB-Roader" Accost Elm on Busi ness Street Invitee Him to In spect Soma "Bare Old Mexican Elippera" Trlea to Work "Top and Bottom" Game In Saloon "Victim" Disconcert! Gang and Is $5 to the Good. 'npyrl(rht, 19(15, hy Joseph IJ. Bowlfl.) Borne years ago I went on a busi ness trip to Toledo, O. The noon of the day I arrived I took a stroll down Humnilt street, and coining to a large tfry good a store, with an elegant dla- "THAT'S KHJ11T, I LIKE TO i ; mm inx s Bk lie! sv.k a Man WIFE." play in the show window, I stepped up to the window to look at a par ticular Bilk dress pattern. While won dering whether 1 should buy It for my wife, I was suddenly approached by a julck-spokon man. "That piece of Hllk certainly Is a fceauty, isn't it?" he said. In answer to his question I said: "Yes, It Is a beauty, and I think I shall go inside and buy It for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1905

THE MESSAGE TUTTLE FINED. mi a i ine Housewives are preparing Confessed To Send:. -Matter Thru The Mail. for winter by changing carpets polishing stoves, tacking comforts IwuMewM, THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1905 Improper I Wl I TTI MOtJi . - -- - .ii. etc. Pollock till 8 Miss Grace Boyd visited friends ia Pulton recently. 13. F. James sold to John Arm strong a gray nmro for $100. Joseph Kelly sold to Romans & Johnsou G fut hogs at $1.35.Tliey averaged 213 each. A few thoiougbred Black Lang tthou coclerells for sale at GOc each Mrs. I. P. Dyer, Mexico, Mo. . Rev. D. S. Gage of Fulton preached at the Mexico Prcsby teiran church lust Sunday. Boru, the 17th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Edwards of St. Louis, a daughter. Mr. Edwards was raised in the Liberty district, south east of Mexico. 1). C. Owen Meat Co., opposite P. 0. Dealers in fresh and cured meats and poultry. Exclusively home killed. Give us your trade. We'll treat you right. John Ball left this week for Bakersfield, Cali., where ...

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. — 30 November 1905

Mexico Missouri Message, JOHN BEAU rablleaer. MEXICO t t MISSOURI It in fald that one reason whjr American foreign hardware manufac turers fall ( hull thilr South Amerl can trade in that they do not pack properly for subsequent freightages Put little pniwr ha lii-en recently made from rang; vegetable Hiib'Wan res, surh as wood, alfalfa and straw, are especially employer!. Hut the use of furze, wild or cultivated, has not been thought (if until recently. The I'tiitPd S:a- government hu pinrcd one if the larger; Mntn.ns for torpedoes ever made with a Brooklyn firm. The contract calls for the de ihery of 2.(Mio,iMi(i worih of diriirlble ictrir. torpedoes of the kind which the company patented several years go. ' It Ir the opinion of Clnrles peuby, the new chief clurk of the state de partment, who rer-ently completed a i'l-yi-rr ofllcial residence In China, that tho Chinese hoyco:t on American poods can not be carried to the point of seriously nffecllns our commerce In the Orient. Accor...

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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. — 30 November 1905

THE MYSTERY IS CLEARED UP Rjrn, the "Ice Box" Man, Telle How the Boye Got the Toole. EX-CONVICT PROCURED THEM Went To the Prison at MsM, Climbed Over the Wall and Planted Staff Intlrr Bench Where Vaigha Worked. Jefferson City, Mo., Nov. ' 23. The mystery has been cleared about how explosives and guns were smuggled in to the penitentiary which enabled' Con victs Vaughan, Raymond, Ryan and Wake to blow up the big gate, kill two officers and escape out of the Institution Friday left. "lea Rax" Man Cbnfeseea. George Ryan, the "ice box" man from Kansas City, made a confession to Warden Hall and implicated ' an ex convict named H. E. Spencer, who left the prison on November 9, having served a sentence from Bates county for having burglar tools in his posses sion. Ryan made a voluntary confes sion to Warden Hall, whom he sent for. The warden told him he had nothing to lose, and could make matters no worse for himself if he told the full story and gave truth. Between sobs, 'and after consid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor Enured at tba I'oitofflc at Mexico Mo., as cond-elass matter. Termi of Subscription: 6a rar U 8li Month K Three Mont hi 21 THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1905 Some "mighty iuteres'iu' read in' " on tho inside pages of the ME9SA0E this week, and every v.cek for that matter. We are inclined to thick that 10b was more blusteriug and pre tending than earnest aud were really glad Bailey was not to be found. Andrniu people do not believe in mob law. Miss Lena Scott, of Witchita, Kansas, whose home used to be in thia vicinity, missed getting her Message the other duy and hIic misted it so much that she wrote home to tell about it. We are al ways glad to learn that the paper is appreciated. D. It. Francis, ex-Governor of Missouri, member of the Cleveland Cabinet, World's Fair president aud who has hunks and chunks of money don't whisper how he gotit ,has a town named for him. It js Felton changed to Fracis.just act of Mexico. It is ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1905

i ATrnraar in xaijsas. There's a nor of nn completeness) I To the whlislnc world to-day. ; With lira as full of sweetness A a, maiden la In Mar. . The breeans hint of laughter Aa ther Idla o'er tha plain, j And alng of groaning rafter ! In tha wealth of autumn's gala. The hlvea are full of honey, With tha beea atlll out at nights, Tha paatures, green and aunny,. Speak tha grasing klne'a delights. Tha corn stalks lift thalr taaaala With a trace Into tha air. Than band as willing vasaals 'Neath the load they have to bear. Tha earth la full of treasure Autumn brings from hill and plain. And man Is blessed In measure That his barns cannot contain. . Tha daya are full of glimmer From tha aun'a exoasa of amllea. And night time hath its shimmer From fair Luna's store of wllea. As If to crown tha blessings. Nature cools us with Its frost. And 'midst Its pure caressing Lo! th tree are gold-embossed. Oh, life Is full of beauty. Underneath, around, above, ' . And so a mortal's duty la another ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 November 1905

f? Real Estate Bargains $ 9 4 rootnt, frame dwelling, barn, outb'g. Corner lot, Priee,t830 t 5 room frame dwelling, water in honse, corner lot. Priee,$1750 j 4 room frame dwelliujf.waler in house, barn, corner lot; f 1500 jbp v 3 room frame dwelliDg, summer kitchen, li lota. Price, $1000 v- rT A ,Am AwaXWnn Inta rtli KMd . rhia la a Ha rryai ndt1 "2V. A jr 5 room dwelling, plenty ground, barn and ont blda. $1200. jf f G room frame dwelling, all modern, lot 100x11:0, price f J500. .3 t room 2 story frame dwelling, all modern. Barn and out Tp buildings. Lot 80 by 270. Price, $G000. jg 100 acres, 8 miles from Mexico, 75 acres in corn, balance in y grass, every acre can be plowed. Good 3 room dwelling, barn and outbuildings. Price, $38 per acre, on terms to suit. I This is a bargain. We Lave several stocks of merchandise for exchange. 4 If you waut to buy, sell, trade, rent any kind of real es- tate, loan or borrow money on real estate, call on us, we have JpJ what you ore looking for. ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 December 1905

Mexico- Missou Mes Volume 7 Mexico, Missouri, December 7 1005. Number O RI SAGE. ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, tt Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fisher of Mexico, eon. Xnrj Ollie E. Webber is suing her husband, August Webber, for di vorce.1 Mrs. C. T. Vnrnon. late of Mex ico, is uow matron in the Odd Fel lows Home at Liberty. Pete Erdel. down Worcester way, is doing quite u fine businets iu buying furs and hides. northeast of Mexico, are the happy parents of a new daughter. Fa rber Forum: C. B. Carroll has moved from Mexico to hi? father's farm north of town. Joseph Uowdyshell and Philip Lame of near Worcester have nuwhnspd Hall's restaurant in Mexico. , llev. T. P. Middleton of Welis ville has been conducting a revival tneetiue at the M. E. church, South, at Mortiusburg. The tallest man on earth, eight feet in stature, was in Mexico last week. lie is George Auger, tne Barn urn & Bailey giant. E. F. Elliott of Thompson, an artificer and Tubalcian sort of fel low, boasts one of the best blac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 December 1905

WEEK'S END VISIT COUHTHT NOW ATTHACTIVE TO BOTH TOTJNO AND OLD. Baturday-to-2Ionday Visit a Notable Feature in Fresant-Day Llf a Cour teiy Bequlree That Hour (or Ar rival and Departure Be Expressly Stated In Place of Public Resort Women Should Dress Simply J Oueat in Frivata Home Should Enter Fully Into Family Life Hostess Who Blacked the Boots of Her Visitor. UY MAKiARET E. BANGSTER. (Ciil s right. 105. by Joseph 13. UowlM.) We have borrowed Irom our English eoutiins the phrase If not the idea of the "week's-end" visit. Over here we re busy people, and our leisure class in limited. Only tho rich can afford to bo idlers, and probably many of the poor would be amrued if they knew how strenuously hundreds of rich men work, dlmlainlng to spend their Uvea In the pursuit of mere pleasure. The week s-end, nrlhglng with it the Saturday half-holiday, tempts thou sands from city dust and closeness to the enjoyment of rural quiet and the tweet peace of tho country. Another notable feature of ...

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