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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 March 1906

1 CREMATED IN A WRECK Two Heavily-Loaded Fast Passenger Trains Col lide on Rio Grande. Wreckage Takes Fire, and Many, Pinioned Under Debris, Burn to Death. FAILURE TO DELIVER ORDERS THE CAUSE Aa Engineer, Wka Pat Forth Ever? Effort to Check tho Momeatum of Hla Trala, Foand Dead at Hla Poat, and mm Operator Who Sara . He Had Worked Three Mll Wlthoat Beat, Went to Sleep All Hot Two of a Family of Eleven . Killed Awk'al Sceaea aad Herolo Work. Denver, Col., March 17. A wreck, accompanied by awful horrors, oc curred at 2:30 a. m., Friday, fqur miles east of Florence, Col., and 28 miles from this city. A. blinding snow-storm was raging, at the time. The collision was headon between two Denver & Rio Grande fast passenger trains the Utah-California express, No. 3, west bound from Denver and the Colorado New Mexico express No. 16, east bound.from Leadville and Grand Junc tion. They met on a sharp curve and were less than 200 yards apart when the engineers discovered that a colli ton was...

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 March 1906

V enlj 100 6 At r? a M Bll! rui r th. wi kl In rl m n t c THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. im ' John Beal. Editor and Proprietor entered at ' tb I'oRtofflr at Matteo Ho., fwron1-cUBin)Ur. Terms of (Subscription: On ft 11 .O Sl Month M TUi-ihi Montbi , 2? THURSDAY, MARCH 22. 190G ANNOUNCEMENTS. We arr authorized to announce ihe tiumrtof thr fallout ny as can didates for the various offices of Audrain County, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, April 7, 1906. County Clerk. TRICE CUNNINGHAM E. It. CARTER Circuit Clerk. WILL 11. MORRIS SIDNEY A. JAMES SC. T. PEYTON County Treasurer. NOBLE BARNES EDGAR THRELKELD County Collector! TnOS. F. RODEN J. HOED DAVIS. County Recorder. J. W. STEPHENS A. II. WHITNEY 0. R. MCCALL CLIFTON T. JESSE Representative. WALTER BURCH County Coroner. DR. PAUL E. COR. Probate Judge. W. W. UOTTS Judge Western District. MAKER ItAUXES Presiding Justice. O. 11. MOORF. J. V. SMITH Prosecuting Attorney. .IUIIN D. OREAIi Judge Eastern District. II. ...

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. — 22 March 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY; MARCH 22, 1906. W bappewed m EL; 15. Merry, near Rowena, will move to Colorado. Born, to U. S. . Campbell and wife, the 18th iust., a sou. O. M. Campbell has gone to Rocky' Ford, Colorado, to reside. F. Dressier and family of Doug lass county, 111., have moved to Rash Hill. Our correspondents will please send in their communications early in the week. ' For two weeks past our Wor cester letter has arrived too late for publication. ' Mies Lillie Merry, of near Row ena, this county, has a position as dressmaker at Moberly. . The Missouri Horse Sale Com pany's big sale of fine horses is on in Mexico today and tomorrow. Hon. J. McD. Trimble, former ly of Mexico, has been elected a member of the Civic League of Kansas City. E. D. Vandeventer of Laddonia sold 23 heifers on the St. Louis market last week, averaging 761 pounds, at $4. 25. 4 Lee Bros, of- Mexico bought a black gelding and a bay pacing mare of C. D. Turner of Fulton, paying $625 for the two. The WelUvill...

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. — 22 March 1906

Mexico Kissond Message. JOUM BSAL. PablUhsr. aOCXICO I A i allSSOURJ Tie total length or railways In Ja pan la now over 4.600 miles. The gauge la three feet all Inches. 8uch a variety of races Is repre sented by th lohablUnU of the Phil ippines that 31 languages Art spoken tiara. Ninety per cent of the women who Inhabit the capital of Morocco Are divorces. A recent cenaua ehowa that Of the 48,000 women In Fes there are only 4,800 who are not divorced. There Are In America to-day more than two hundred fraternal beneflclal orders, with a combined membership of over Ave million, who are pro tected to the extent of about aeven billion, Ave hundred million dollars, and have distributed benefits to dis abled members amounting to more than eight hundred and twenty-Ova million dollars. Thero will be 25,000 John Smiths In the next Chicago city directory. Th striking printera voted the other day to compel every labor union man In tha city to give his name as John Smith. The women In their fam...

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. — 22 March 1906

HIE WHOLE AEG10H APPALLED THE WORST MINK DISASTER IN FRENCH ANNALS. , ELEVEN HUNDRED VICTIMS 81m Tkoa4 Father, Mother Wlvee sad Chtldrea la aad Areaad Cearrlerea, Bereaved Br tba Terrible Calamity Aa Exploaloa of Firedamp Carried Death aad Deatractloa, aad of 1,800 Mea la the Worklaga . 1,1 OO Laat Their Lire. mmmmmmaS Paris, March 12. A mining catas trophe of incalculable horror and mag nitude has stricken tha great coal cen ter of northern France. An explosion of firedamp at seven o'clock Saturday morning carried death ard destruction throughout the network of coal mlnei centered at Courrlerea, and fire fol lowed the explosion, making rescue dif ficult and almost Impossible. The Intense excitement and confu slon In the vicinity prevented early es timates of the exact loss of life, but the worst fears na to the enormity o the disaster have been realized. The. death list numbers 1,100, and the whole of the region stands appalled at the ter-. rible tragedy which has Wrought sor row t...

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. — 22 March 1906

S LIOIIEY TO LOAII 1 1 On good real estate security at the lowest prevailing and on the roost Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. 3 If you desire cheap Pan Handle, Texas, 1 LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, flo. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 22. 190C REROBLICANS ENTHUSE. A Big Gathering Friday. in Mexico Last Republican committeemen and party workers on the Ninth Con gressional district, representing I lie party organization of the State, were in conference iu Mexico lat-t Friday. More than one hundred delegates and committeemen were in attendance, every county in the district being represented. The main object of the confer ence was the discussion of the or ganization of the party by school districts. The State organization and the plans of the campaign for the next election were also dis cussed. Thomas J. Akins. member ot the Republican National Commit tee, delivered an address at the Courthouse in the ev...

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 March 1906

'Off souri Message EXIGO Volume 7. Mexico, Tvlier&90tif i MgiioItl 29. 1906. Numbor 32& M Mis P. C. Ackermann, P. R. t. 4, Mexico, has moved onto a farm ' near Benton City. D. C. Hughes, a brother of A. Hughes of this city, died in Ar kansas last week. Mr. A. Hushes was at his bedside. Judge W. VV. Botts united in manage last Thursday Mr. John Harlow and Mrs. Sallio Young, both of this county. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kellerhals, who have been living in Ohio, will move back to their former homo at Benton City, this county. Joe Cauthorn of Mexico -will "play ball" next season with the Kentucky, Illinois and Tennessee League. Signed his contract last week. The. coal miners at Fnrber, 40 or 50 in number, went out on a strike last Thursday morning, giv ing the mine owners ao previous hint of their intentions. It is thought that the newC. & A. passenger depot in Mexico will be completed and ready to move into April 15th. The station will have every modern convenience; ladies' waitin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1906

Ill THE METROPOLIS NEW YORK POSSESSED BY A BUILDING SCANIA. THE SINGER ENTERPRISE Tht Aspiring Newspapers Remark Able Suite of Living Apartment In Mr, Hearst's New Office Build ing An Interesting Fight. E W YORK, I New York Is going to the bow-wow.. as some moralists declare, It Is a least going In style, along with Greece, and Egypt and Home an J other often quoted ' 'peoples. All these peoplea ruined themselves In part by build ng mania. New York has It bad. I tin not refer to the general mass of city architecture required by Its growth, but the rage for heaven-piercing tow ers. At least four structures, any onj ol which would by Itself be the mo! remarkable instance of commercial flaring In the world, are likely soon to be vaulting Into the air at once, as If In Jack-anti-beanstalk race. To spent: of the dizziest project first, the Singer company proposes to erect In the mid dle of its 11-story building a CO-foot-flquare tower 593 feet high, 38 feet tiller than the Washington mon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1906

fir Wee MacGrccgor's Best Hat (Copyright, MM, b7 JoMph a BowlM.) "I don't think I'll go out to-day, John," said Lizzie. "Wee Jeannle's that fractious. I expect I'll have to rive her oil, poor dear, ou shouldn't ha'e given her that bit of kipper last olght" . "Och, Lizzie, It waa Jlst a taste the size o' yer nail." "Well, ye know well, she'a pretty mall for kippers, John. .An ye know I wouldn't give her that kind o' meat myself. I'm sure ye might have more sense than to gl'e her everything she cries for. But It can't be helped now." "I'm real sorry, woman," said John. "I think I'll 'bide In the bouse. I'm not carln' about goln' out to-day." "No, no, John. Ye've got to take Macgreegor to the band, fur ye prom ised the child." "Take Macgreegor yerself, Llzzlei an' I'll mind wee Jeannle." "Toots, nonsense! Ve see I'm no' Jlst sure if it was the kipper that done it, so ye needn't be blamin' yerself about wee Jeannle." "Do ye think it wasn't the kipper?" said John, eagerly. "Maybe it wasn...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1906

THE MESSAdE Published Every Thursday. John Deal. Editor and Proprietor Entered at the Postofflce at Mexico Mo., as second-class matter. Ttrmu of Subscription: One year II. Ot Si Months K Tim Month. 25 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1906 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Uie tirr authorized to announce .'.' names of the follouinij as can didates for the various offices of Audrain County, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, April 7, 190r,. County Clerk. PRICE CUNNINGHAM E. II. CARTER Circuit Clerk. WILL II. MORRIS SIDNEY A. JAMES C. T. PEYTON County Treasurer. NOBLE KARNES EDGAR THHELKELD County Collector. THOS. P. RODEN J. HORD JAYIS. County Recorder. J. V. STEPHENS A. II. WHITNEY (i. R. 3ICCALL CLIFTON T. JESSE Representative. WALTER Bl'RCH County Coroner. DR. PAUL E. COIL Probate Judge. W. W. DOTTS Judge Western District. BAKER IIARXKS Presiding Justice. O. B. MOORE .1. XV. SMITH Prosecuting Attorney. JOHN U. OUEAR Judge Eastern District. 11. I). RISK Let there be a gelling together ou that propose...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 190G, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Jones Me home from California. The Mexico Fair will beheld be ginuiDg August 21. Dhau the roads thu caudidates are doing their imrt in that line. W. U. Adams, Laddonia, now eeta his Message at Molino, F. R. D. 1. W. J. Bottghas returned from a business trip to the Pan Handle iu Texas. Ed. Bently and wife of int. Carmel, this county, go this week to Canada to live. Buy your dipping tank from S. P. Emmon's Wool Company; they sell at manufacturers price. Three inches of enow fell last Fri day n ight, but Bpring is here this week that is a touch of it. P. M. Morris and wife will re turn from California this week, whtre they have spent the last year. S. B. Coons at Eureka Junction Wash., writes: "Please send me the Mexico Message." All right, brother, here-goes. The City Council has passed the ordinance to pave east Monroe street, east Jackson street and west Promenade street. Thero is an excursion to the Pan Handle of Texas on Tue...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1906

i V Mexico Missouri Message. JOHN BEAU Publisher. UXXICO tint MISSOURI The 1905 bean crop of Michigan li aid to exceed thAt of 1904 which estimated at 8,000,000 fiushels by th secretary of aartcultura for tba state Moat of the churchea In Naples bavi Urw or four cat attached to them foi the purpose of catching the mica which infest all the ancient Keopolllao buildings. During the first seven months of tht current fiscal year the eiporta of do mestic wheat and flnnr fmm h TInlf, ed States amounted to 24,434,555 bush- la and 8.&2R.14S barrels, respectively, aKalnst 4.073.650 bushels and 5.300.881 barrel during the corresponding per tod last yenr. There are 215,000 miles of track, not Including sidings and whot are known a second tracks, In the United States If second, third and fourth tracks, and all the yards anil sidings and yard tracks, be Included, there were 300 uOfl miles of railroad trackage In the Unit ed States at the close of tho year. There are four Htatcs In the union ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1906

WRITTEN IN RED Br s CHAB.HOWAUD MONTAGUS AMD C. W. OTAR (Copyright, l7 Tta Cum 11 PublUhiog C.) CHAPTER XV. CojtTiKUKD. "Sea here, John Lamm, we will leave my motives out of the question. If you please. I have protected the girl. I propose to continue to do so. She waa In a hard place a harder one than you know anything about I should have been less than a man If I bad neg lected to do what I did. To have given her up under the circumstances would bavo been -the height of cruelty. Tou wouldn't have done It yourself. Every bit of circumstantial evidence waa overwhelmingly against her. I deter mined to conceal her till I could die cover at least proofs of her Innocence sufficient to prevent her from the Ignominy of an arrest. Since you have discovered the fact there la no help for It. You must aid me to keep the erfcret." "Only nnon nn condition. KinemaA. I 1 tniiot knnm all Ik, hnti 1 "And, it I tell you everything, will i'ou give ne your word of honor not to use It a&alnst her o...

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. — 29 March 1906

I HONEY TO LOAII f On good real estate security at the lowest prevailing und on the most v Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in the . Pan Handle, Texas, see us. LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, Mo. 7 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 2!), 1900. ADJOINING AUDRAIN. Callaway. Price Harris, of Auxvnssc, who underwent n surgi cal operation iu Columbia a few weeks ago, is reported as getting well. Sitting up uome, the first 6incc the operation. Hon. E. W. Martin, candidate for the Legislature from Callaway, "laid in" with a bad ease of whooping cough. ' The Auxvasse Review says: Rev. Father John .7.. Dilliou, of Mexico, was a passenger to Fulton Saturday. He has charge of the Cath61ic churches at Mexico and Fulton and is loved aud respected by all denominations in both cit ies. He is u mighty good man ev ery day and Sunday, too. MoNTCiOMEKV. Harry Meyer has been taken l tin; hospital for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1906

HXtE nifTOV.lCAL ..J M Missouri Mes EXICO Volutrxao 7. Mexico, MieeouW, -A.pjrri.1 Sf 1QOG. Sheep and lambs dying among the flocks oat atfMolino. Petitions'.-are'l being circulated all overjKanaas asking for 2-cent railroad' fare. Mike Georgia of Troy has bought a half interest in Paul Weber' bakery in Mexico. Robert Grainge of Laddonia has bought A.J. Scbroll's farm, at $32.50 an acre, near WellBville. Mr. Grainge will not move to the place this year. Mrs. J. P. Greenberry of Cuivre neighborhood, this county, has been suffering with a badly afflict eye lately. Was in Mexico last week for medical treatment. I. T. McCue moves back to Mexico from Fulton to assume the duties of cashier of the North Mis souri Trust Co. His many friends are glad to welcome; his 'return to our city. Last Price, first champion sow of the Powell's Ford herd of Po land Chinas, , this county has a nice litter of niue pigs which Mr. Greer tiilnks equal to the last litter which he sold at $50 per head. Walter B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1906

THE LION OF THE EVENING By BEATRIX MALLAM I. "I want something to stir m"upv" said Teddy Branscombe to his special friend and crony. Jack Leyden. otherwise El lison Ward, author of the fashionable novel "Dust to Dust." Jsrk Leyden lazily put out a band, opened a bracket cupboard that was within reach of bis comfortable chair and abstracted therefrom a spoon. Ho hold It out to his friend. "Oh! how extremely funny you are this evening, my boy!" said Teddy. ' You must really save such brilliant Jokes for your next book. Think of the rouble you'll have to find another!" "There, there," said Leyden, sooth ingly. "Beastly sell your going to a dinner -party to-night." continued Teddy. "Perhaps you'll do my dinner party fur me Instead?" suggested Leyden. "You're welcome to it, for of all the slow ir.siitutions a dinner party where you !on't know a soul is the worst." "What, when you are the lion of the evening?" said Teddy, enviously. Sud denly he was all alive. "Tell you what, Leyden I've ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1906

MY LOVE. A rover am I and a lover bold. Ah'd the tarth Is my lady fair, I love her in every hape and guise, And I sing of her beaulloa rare. ' I brave the fierce storm on the mountain top, . And shout to the sentinel pine, -Hurrah! hurrah! you are keeping the faith, And guarding this dear love of mine. With anowsnoe and skee and sharp akate . . of steel, . .' 1 We fly like the swift arrow by. And race with the reindeer to lay at hor ' feet Our offerings, Old Winter and I. Par out on the prairie and upland plain. Where the wild western winds blow free, I watch brave' summer with flowers and grain. Weave chaplets to lay at her knee. The Inland lakes In emerald frames, And margins of silver and gold, Are mlrrora whose lifelong efforts are vain ' To picture the charms they behold. Old ocean Is raging In futile wrath, And lashing his waves Into foam, Though tossing his kisses and gifts at her feet,-,- . Alas! he no farther can come. 'And then under palms ineath the Southern star, , . She...

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. — 5 April 1906

I , , , , THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the Postofllee at Mexico Mo., a second-class matter. TtrtM of 8ub$criptio: Om year MOt 8li Months Thru Month 2 THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1906 ANNOUNCEMENTS. We an authorized to announce the names of the following as caw dulateg for the various offices of Audrain County, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, April 7, l'JOO. County Clerk. PRICE CUNN1NUIIAM E. II. CARTEK Circuit Clerk. WILL II. MORRIS MDNEV A. JAMES C. T. I'EYTON County Treasurer. KOKLE HAHXES EDUAB TIIBELKELU County Collector. TUOS. F. BODEN ,T. 1IOR1) DAVIS. County Recorder. J. W. STEPHENS A. II. WHITNEY (i. R. M(M ALL CLIFTON T.ESSE Representative. WALTER BCRCH County Coroner. DR. PAUL K. COIL Probate Judge. W. W. NOTTS Judge Western District. 1LVKEK JIAKNES Presiding Justice. (5. It. MOORE .1. W. SMITH Prosecutlr:i Attorney. JOHN D. OKEAK Judge Eastern District. H. D. RISK democratic voters, w on hands at the primary Apr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 5. 1906. W. K. PottB has been very ill. Esctie Brondon and family have moved to Kansas City. Ed. Dertnody, . who lias been quite sick, is able to get around again. . A. D. Uainilton traveling for the Harvester Co. of Mexico is International The old Qarth home, southeast Mexico, occupied by James O. Miller, was destroyed by fire Tues day night Work has been begun on the foundation for noxsey's new hotel to be erected opposite the new pas senger depots on Jefferson street. W. S. Hathaway, the seed and produce man, has been ill for some time. He was taken with paraly sis of the too erne a few' days ago. Miss Lanra Johnson of Mexico began a spring term of school at Hallsville this week. It is Miss Johnson's fourth term in the same district. Mrs. M. A. Flood, 5 miles northeast of Mexico, will have a public sale of stock and farm im plements next Monday, sale begin ning at 1 o'clock. A. H. Moore has sold his home in nortU Mextoo to M. 8. Carter of Paris, the la...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1906

Mexico Missouri Message. JOI1H BEAL, PabUaber. MEXICO t I I 1 MISSOURI The Irish linen industry Is booming as It has not flourished In years, large ly on the expanding exports to the United States. During the fiscal year ended June SO, 1905, the bureau of engrarlng and printing had Issued to the post office, and the post office had disposed of the whole Issue, 0,000,000,000 postage tamps. Cotton was kins In 1905 a record year for the production, and a spec tacular year In speculation. The total crop of the season waa 13.55C.000 bales. Amerlfan spinners took 4,550, POO bales and S,8S7,000 balca were ex ported. The largest nugget of gold ever found of which there Is any record was taken out of the Byor and Ham ilton Mine. Hill End, New South Wales, May 10, ?72. It was found at a depth of 230 foot embedded In a thick wall of blue slate. It was 57 Inches lone. 20 Inches wide and about 4 Inch es In thickness, and weighed C40 pounds. It was valued at $248,000.' Purine th" last oar the Uni...

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