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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 December 1905

,'., Cta bi fac worn a, ;t' 5 "I don't' u claimed fltax purmiaat to ell. In ttia ohies of North onw. Half An hour latar every look of anxious sxpsota I 0 WRITTEN IN RED CHit.ROWA(D MOKTAQWa ANOCW. DIAR "Vf1 (pyngUt, bjr 1 h. Umll Pabiiluu( Co-) ' 4'" -roCND DEAD. The private office of North. Stack - souso, pule street, bankers and brok ra, cotitalneif on tha morning of Fri day, June 1C, 1587, a group of anxious and excited man, whose conrersatlon plainly Indicated that their uneasiness was caused by the continued and unex plained absence ot Paul North, the cnior partner. In Bute atreet clrcies North 4 Etaca.houss were classed among the "plungers. , For the first two years of the firm's existence, indeed, there had been - but alight departure from the conservative policy followed by' Mr. North, who, when in the brokerage business on his own account, bad been content with a modest office In a com paratively quiet streot , leading east ward from Post Office square , . ' ; , ' But, unde...

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. — 21 December 1905

J-"V VS V XV k..tv I,.. t.N .'. Wl 5 Real Estate Bargains P 4 rooms, frame dwelling, barn, outb'g. Corner lot, Price,850 f 5 room frame dwelling.water in lioiide.r.orner lot. frice.f nov 4 room frame dwelling, waler in limine, barn, corner lot; $1500 a 3 room frame dwelling, siimmer kitchen, 3 lota. Price, f 1000 L 4 room dwelling, 2 lota, out bids.; this is a bargain $1200. r 3 room dwelling, plenty ground, barn and out bids. $1200. ? 6 room frame dwelling, all modern, lot 100x120, price $3500. 9 I roow 2 story frame dwelling, all modern. Barn and out- buildings. Lot 80 by 270. Price, $G000. 100 acres, 8 miles from Mexico, 7"i acres in corn, balance in a grass, every acre can be plowed. Good 3 room dwelling, f. barn and outbuildings. Price, $38 per acre, on terms to suit, r This is a bargaiu. r We have several stocks of merchandise for exchange. j If you want to bny, sell, trade, rent any kind of renl es- f tate, loan or borrow money ou real estnte, call on us, we have f what you a...

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. — 28 December 1905

Mexico Missouri Message Volume 7 WLoxico, NUeeaouLiri, December 28, 1905. Number O 5BB B. F. Tamer, out in Baling township, is feeding 58 ranles. Rice & Lockridge told a steer in St. Louis last week that brought $69. Thomas Robnett of Vandalit" was here on business last Thurs day. John Maxwell has bought Dan Quinlan stock of Roods Rush Hill. the at Coontz & Heim had cattle the market last week that sold $G.20. Mi a. 11. O. Brown, of this coun ty, nnderwent an operation for tu mor at the Columbia hospital week. last Love's Young Dream" is name of a fine calendar Dr. W Trauguber is presenting friends. Rev. J. 0. Edmonston of Mex ico preached two sermons at the Ashley Methodist church the other Sunday. Rev. C. C. Selecman of Mexico will assist in a revival meeting at the Methodist church in Anxvasse next week. J. R. Adams of Sweet Springs, Mo., has moved to his new pur chase, the Hedges farm, near Mexico. . J. W. Renner, constable of Cut vre township, took Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzge...

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. — 28 December 1905

STORIES OF THE FAKIRS Br J. P. JOHNSTON Author of "Twenty Years of Hua'ling." " What Happened to Johnston," Etc. A "MONEY - LOANER'S" GRAFT. Wealthy Chicago Business Man Backs tho Scheme Well-Known In Social and Business Circles Two Assist ants Flay the Farts of Book and Land Agents Dramatic Ruse of the Torn and Swallowed Note A Graft That Required Capital. (('nnyrlshl, IleO, by Jurih B. Ilqwlefl.) The nute graft, conceived by a wealthy Chicago money ioaner, a few years ago, made him a fortune and ) 1 ' Tho Backer directed the Graft as Though He Were at the Head of an Im mense Trust. Is possibly being worked at the pres ent time. The Identity of this man is probably known only to those engaged in the graft. We will call him "the backer." The backer remained at his legiti mate plm e of business In Chicago, and. aided by two able assistants, directed the graft as though lie were at the head of an Immense trust. iielng well known, as a thoroughly "square" business man, as one who liv-d...

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. — 28 December 1905

O ANT u In .these stressful dan Hod time for Introspection, for glance ahead f In tfce slower past we Mined to have, even tbt most in dustrious of us, time for the "go ing; apart alone, the Inquiry bow is it Willi you, my soul: . but now we Have little Inclination for that medl tatlon is put away with the rest of the om fashioned, un-modern. ' An editor friend of mine was asked if they turned out much work in her , offlce. "O, yes," she said; "we don' mink, we Just typewrite." ' On the eve of the New Tear let us be old-fashioned once more; look back Into Time, tad look forward. What has howi the loss the last twelve month, what the "outlook for the , twelvemonth to come. Let us take wn. wuat resolutions should ws venture out ; - weaj of present materialism, we will look to character first of all. What retrogression here the past year? ave we grown a shade more selfish, lax, unsympathetic? And do we hypo critically call our selfishness - "the proper, looking out for our own Inter est...

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. — 28 December 1905

ij.uLiiiLia.uiMa tmaansama SCHOOL EKTERTAIBiaNT. CHRISTMAS ORmiHCS. n GROCERIES MINCE MEAT... Bulk Miuce Meat, fancy, per pound 10c Condensed mince meal (the very best quality) peril). package 10c Do You Makk Mince Meat? We offer 1 lb. package extra fancy seed ed rawing for 10c; 1 lb. pack age cleaued currautB for 10c.; citron, lemon or orange peel, 2 ponnds for 'Joe THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Boal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the Postofflce at Mexico Mo., at iecond-elas matter. Termt of Subscription: Oo year lM six Months K Three Monthf THURSDAY, DEC. 28 , 1905 'Rah for the couuty fair. NN' nm; it 190G after day. next Mon- The Message subscription list is l ight up uear the thousand mark, mid still matching on. None f Mexico's "Chinese population" has ever been pith at n religious service. Have llio preachers given llutn invitation! Pouh old Rusain; tdte's about to lie crush-icd. That is, the Czar and his horde of iirrnguul and worthless dukes must feel .just a...

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. — 28 December 1905

THE MESSAGE! THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1905. f 3 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Thomas Campbell has leased the rianters Hotel in Mexico. B. W. Hall of Mexico and Stone of Martinsburg are readers of the Message. A. Mrs. Grace Fletcher, southwest of Mexico, took seriously sick with pneumonia latter part of last week The Mexico Clothing Co. are moving into their elegant new quarters, the French building, west of Fredendall & Wilkins. The young folks and old folks and the whole country round about enjoyed a Christmas tree and liter ary program at Salt River Chris tiao church, near Qant, last day night. Moo- Fire caught in the kitchen of H. P. Warden's home last Saturday Tucker building, sustained consid afternoon. The fire department erable smoke and water damage. was called out, but the blaze was extinguished before the fire fight era arrived. Rev. W. Beale, late of this county, , has , locate t Hugo I. T.. ana writes iuo ui&3saub mat ue is comfortably situated and that work there is one of ...

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. — 28 December 1905

Eexico. Kissonrt Hessae. JOUJf BCAL, rahllsbar. Mill CO till MI830URI That Virginia veteran wno refused m pension and back pay to the amount of $7,000 la the sole veteran of all class. A Isrge proportion of the New Tori savings bank depositor are foreigner! chiefly Italian, German!, Hungrv nana and Polea. One Italian, a keep er of a corner fruit-stand, whose earn ings were acquired a copper at a time, baa $20,000 on deposit in a saving! bank. The majority of the New York Chi tieae women devote certain hours each day to study. They teach their young children the precepts of the Chines! religion. No matter how well edu cated a Chinese child may be in the American schools, he devotes a certala time to the perusal of Chinese liters tor and the history of bis father's native country. Editor! and tailors are not the only persons who are made happy on occa sion! by the present of a pair of scis sors. A gift of this kind was made to ithe Emperor William of Oermany re cently, and if ho was n...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 December 1905

LONGING. ffov I lent for the tropical It, Fa? away In the shimmering sea, Where the people don't follow the styles That alwayi are bothering me, And the coitumee are mostly bright mile And airy aa airy can be. How I long for the palma and the vines And the flowers that bloom In the ehade, And the eun that so ardently ahlnee And the pools where the flamingoes wad, Vhere completions are rosy and fine, And not by the women hand made. How I Ions for a place that Is warm. Where the blossoms are harboring hees, Where the butterflies brilliantly swarm And the sunshine Is gilding the seas, And the weather's too laxy to storm. And the grip Is an unknown disease. -Chicago Chronicle. WRITTEN IN RED CH AS. HOWARD HONTAOVS AMD C. W. DYAR 2XZ (Copyright, bjrlh CtMoll Publitbiaf Co.) f A U Aft A PERFUME-AS OF A WOMAN. Bergt Parr continued, oevertbeleu, a careful scrutiny of the apartment It was beyond doubt a library, for the backs of books showed behind the sheets that covered certain articles of...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 December 1905

Real Estate Bargains 4 room, frame dwelling, barn, outb'g. Corner lot, Price.SjO 5 room frame dwelling, water in bonne, corner lot. l'iice,$1750 4 room frame dwelling, wator in houHe.barn.i'.oruer lot; 11500 y 3 room frame dwelling, summer kitchen, .'J lots. Price, f 1000 v 4 room dwelling, 2 Iota, out blda. ; this is a bargain $1200. 5 room dwelling, plenty ground, barn and out bids. $1200. M 6 room frame dwelling, all modern, lot 100x120, price $3500. f$ S room 2 lory frame dwelling, all modern. Barn and out- j$ buildiogg. Lot 80 by 270. Price, $0000. vjk 100 acres, 8 miles from Mexico, 7-j acres in corn, balance in grass, every acre cau be plowed. Good 3 room dwelling, ham and outbuildiugs. Price, $.')S per acre, on terms to suit. This is a bargain. We have several stocks of increhaiiditie for exchange. ft If you want to buy, sell, trade, rent uuy kind of reul es- f tate, loan or borrow money on real estate, call on us, we have sjr what you are looking for. Ofliee in cant rooms o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 January 1906

. " J, Mi as "VolULtTTlO 7. Ivlesacico, Mieotjirl, JcxxTxixtxtry 4, 19O0, Number lO m M UR James Boatman, afterv a visit to bis parents here, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Boatman has returned to Dal las, Texas. John Ilobsoo of Laddonia bad 40 bead of steers on tbe market last week which brought him $4.40. They averaged 1140 lbs. M. L. Travis, near Laddonia, sold 35. yearling steers on tbe St. Louis market last week, averaging 975 pounds and bringing him f4.25. Chris Marburg of Lnddonia shipped 34 fat steers to the market last week which brought him $5.00 per cwt. They averaged 1381 IbB. each. R. L. Toalson of Mexico drove his team into the country recently aud wagon, team, man and all fell from 16-foot bridge. Mr. Toal on Unstained a fractured arm.' Judge Thole, of this city, says the Vandalia Leader, has been se lected Secretary of Vandalia ' Ma sonic Lodge, a position be has held for the past fifteen years. This speaks volumes for bis efficiency. The little son of Charles II. Drake and wife...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 January 1906

STORIES OF THE FAKIRS By J. P. JOHNSTON Author of "Twenty Years of Hu1ing." - What Happened to Johnston," Etc 2CXLX.I0NAIRES SWINDLED BT ART DEALER. tun Frenchman Sells "Work of Art" to the New-Rich Ignorant . Women His Victims Glad to Bar an Interview with the "Fa mous Parisian Art Connoisseur" Worthless Pictures Sold at Enor mous Prices Wealthy Widow Sup plies Her BelatlTes with 1,000 Paintings. Copyrtght. 1906, by Joseph B. Bowles.) One there was a Frenchman who was a salesman of more than ordinary Ability, a most excellent Judge of hu- rrr inr- u "Now Shall I Aid You in Selecting man nature, and a prince In the art of .flattery. His was an "art graft." and while It was not a deep lail plot to inveigle the unwary into patronizing him, his methods were certainly unique. He always selected as his dupe som "woman whose husband bore the repu tation of having suddenly gained riches by some political graft or other crooked methods. This woman was very likely to be illiterate and anx io...

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. — 4 January 1906

T"" EVENTS PAST Chroniclo of Most Important Happenings of Twelvemonth Just Ended, Told in Brief Mannar UJL L" Uttsjo-Japantj War Jan. 1 After a 40-day siege. Gen. Mtoeeset surrenders Port Ar- thurtoUen. Kogl; Jap lou ftl,OJO Knislau, 11,000. 26 Russians eron Hun and battle commences, is J h lis capture American snip tak ing supplies to Vladivostok.... Russians retreat across Hun; losses. Russian 10,000, Jap anese 6,000. Feb. 2 Russians re- DB WITTK. rew Hun river fight ; repulsed B Gen. Matsumara dies at front 26 North sea commissioner decides the id Japs shell Mukden and turn Kuropat kln's flnnks. Russia's firing on British fleet was un justified. ...Fierce battle along Russian front. Mar. 8 British claim 1225,000 under North - sea decision. w ui,j u i run. llliuugll 1UBIUII Mukden battle. 8 Czar asks Kuropatkin's rtsignatlon; army In full rout. 10 Japanese capture Mukden: losses In bat tle being, Japanese W.WiO. Russian. 107,000. 14 Czar and counll decide to continue war. 35 Japan...

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. — 4 January 1906

; "IT GROCERIES MINCE MEAT... Bulk Mince Meat, fancy, per pound 10c Condensed mince meal (the very beet quality) per lb. package 10c Do Yoc Make Mince Meat! We offer 1 lb. package extra fancy seed ed raisins for 10c; 1 lb. pack age cleaned currants for 10c.; citron, lemou or orange peel, 'J pouuds for 35c. THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at th Postoffic at Mexico Mo., at tecond-clasi matter. Terms ol Subtcription: One year i a Six MoDtbs M Three Month 2i THURSDAY, JAN. 4. 1900 The best new year to you. And again. the curfew is rinKiiiR Has the couuty fair movement already gone glimmering? ThuU crowucst the year thy gouduess. The Word. with Read the uews letters in the ..Message. We have the best list of correspondents in this Con gressional district. There weie J, 000.000 less gal lons of beer guzzled iu Missouri dnr.ng 1905 than during 1904. The effect of the "lid." TllE Callaway Democrats have set May 26 as the date for their county p...

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. — 4 January 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 190G. fX EAPPEKED AND HAPPENING. Mrs. Henrietta Voorhies is criti cally ill. W. R. Carter of Mexico is gerously ill. dan- Mastes Gideon Powell Aided with pneumonia. is af- Mrs. S. C. Smith of near Fulton sold 14 turkeys last week for $34.56. Paul Lackland's valuable bird doe went mad the other day and had to be shot. Ed. Crooks sold his 160-acre farm, north of Mexico, to J. C. Mundy for $8,000. O. R. McCall of Rush mil is mentioned as a probable candidate for County Recorder . Miss Lida Botts of Mexico went to Vaudalia where she has a posi tion as teacher in the public schools. Miss Emma Patterson of New Orleans, La., writes the Message that the published statement that she was dead is an error. Eld. W. II. Hook of Mexico has received a call for half his time as pastor of the Christian chnrch at Sumner. Bro. Hook thinks of moving to that place. Miss Sapho Armistead, west of Mexico, is home from her visit in Texas. Her brother, Merideth Armistead, and si...

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. — 4 January 1906

Mexico Zlissonri Message. JOIIN BBAL. Publisher. UXXICO 1 t I I MISSOURI Ml. Mary Tilllnghast, of New York, li one of the moat successful design rg of stained glas windows la Atucr. lea. rrNon statistics show that In this ccuntry 12 men to 1 woman are lm pinned. In Franc It U 6 won to 1 woman. Murders and homicide decrenwd more than 2.000 In the United States In the lart ten years. Lynchlngs do creased one-half. . o.- shaving a customer with a razor fhat had not been disinfected, a barber at Eisenach. Germany, lias been sent to pr son for a month. The sawmills of the McCIoud River Lumber Co., near Redding, Cal., closed for the winter recently, after making a record season's cut, 78,000, 000 feet About one hundred years more will fce requited to complete the work of makintr a topographical map of the country, which waa Itfgun by the United States government in 18S2. When President Loubft presented a handsome typewriting machine, fitted with tho Persian alsphabet, to the shah of Persi...

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. — 4 January 1906

a rr " 'L:ji:..- WRITTEN IN RED CHA8.HOWARD nOHTAOVI AMD C W. DTAR 3 (Copjrtitfltt, by lh CauaU fublubuig Co.) CHAPTER III. UR. LAkiM ASSUMES COMPLICATED RELATIONS. About .two o'clock ltt the afternoon of the day Paul North was found dead Detective Lamm, pursuing the even dAntnmmla Mw a - . . a the old Granary burying ground, found himself suddenly arm In arm with an excited gentleman whose face he did not recall. . "Mr. LammT" questioned Mr. Rich ard Fetridge. ; "That Is my name. air." "Excuse me. I know you. I need your kervlces at once. I have unlimited money at my disposal.. You hare been recommended to me by trusted friend as most discreet in your calling. Come with me!" The two were In Mr. Fetrldge's pri vate office,. ' and the door secured against Intrusion before Detective Lenwi'a vls-a-vis declared himself. "Pardon my abruptness," said Ft ridge. "Pressing business must be my excuse. Not to waste time In pream bles, Detective Lamm, I want to retain four services In a matter ...

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. — 4 January 1906

. V . ?v Nrt.,.PvX-, .V. tV r"VV W, V. V tV.V??'i 'w . X. i ' VVW1 "Wto WW ' If r-fc r- j i r Keai nsiaie bargains FT 4 rooms, frame dwelling, barn, outb'g. Comer lot, Price,$830 f 5 room frame dwelling, water in house, corner lot. Price, $1750 ifS 4 room frame dwelling, water in house, barn .corner lot; 11500 3 room frame dwelling, summer kitchen, 3 lots. Price, $1000 v 4 room dwelliug, 2 lots, out blds.;tbis is a bargain $1200, 5 room dwelling, plenty ground, barn and out bids. $1200.' gf 6 room frame dwelliug. all modem, lot 100x120, price $3500. ffi S room 2 story frame dwelling, all modern. Dam and out- if buildings. Lot 80 by 270. Price, $G000. If 100 acres, 8 miles from Mexico, 75 acres in corn, balauce iu lis grasrf, every acre can be plowed. Uood 3 room dwelling, nr barn aud outbuildings. Price, $33 per acre, on terms to suit. &l This is a bargain. We Lave several blocks of merchandise for exchange. If you want to buy, sell, trade, reut any kind of real es tate, loan or...

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. — 11 January 1906

Me IL40 "VoluirxTLo 7. Mexico, TvIieoutx-i, J exr-xxj.ei.jry 11, 1906. ISttj.mfcor- 11 Mexico Missouri There are five wards at the Old Ladies' Home. Win. Johnson and family of Iowa visited S. S. Johnson and family near Worcester last week. Born, last Friday to Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Ridgeway of Mexico, a daughter. Dennis Moore of Mexico is a student in dentistry at 'Washing ton University in St. Louis. Price Cunningham, southwest of Mexico, it is said, will be in the race for County Clerk this spring. Eld. R. D. Chinn of Vandalia baa gone to Riloxi. Miss., to spend the remainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ed England of St. Louis returned home last week af ter spending the holidays with Mexico relatives. J. H. Ballew and daughter, Miss Etbelynd, returned last week from a visit to St. Joseph relatives and friends. , Gen. W. n. Kennen of Mexico was last week elected secretary of the board of managers of the Con federate Home at Higginsville. Dr. W. W. Macfarlsme. late of Mexico, later of...

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. — 11 January 1906

jrJ UdL1 ' . . ' . STORIES OF THE FAKIRS Br J. P. JOHNSTON Author of "Twenty . Year of HusTmg." "What Happened to Johnston," Etc. A "SOCIETY MAN'S" GRAFT. Interesting Career of a "Good Fellow" Oraf ter When Out with the Boys Ha Prove an All-Bound Enter tainer Hla Neighbor Treat and He Politely Gather In the Change End In a Charity Ho- , pltal So-called "Painter" Beg Loan for Dying Mother' Sake Arretted Fifty Time Graft Sup- ' port Family for Fifteen Tears. (Copyright, !15, by Joseph B. Howies.) For many years I used to met occa sionally a young man who was raised In a small town In Ohio, near my old home. He became some what wayward In early life and got beyond the control of his fnnvly. lie drifted about the country, coming and going at will, and usually well aupplled with rash He was a handsome fellow, a fluent talker, a good story teller, an excellent He Mounted the Banister and dancer; be sang and played the piano and was In short just such a chap as would win the admiration of ...

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