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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 January 1901

TOE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .TAN. Id. I'JOl Circuit Court uu-els next day week. Mmi- Doy.eiis of people ill Mexico are afflicted with (lie grip. Tliere will Ite no regular grand jury this term of Court. James linker, near Slater, acci dentally killed liimself with a gun Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Phcnrs, of Wellsvitle, is vistitng W. T. Arnall and sis ter near Moliuo. l!eal estate buyers from Iowa are searching for homes in aliove Thompson and near Centralia. Major Hybee is at the bedside of his sister, at Curryville, Mrs. Williams, who is reported very sick. The elevator at Knsli Hill has stopped business. The price of corn, it is said, will not admit shipping. Mr. Thomas Morris and daught er, Miss Olivia, of near Laddonia, attended the llerry-Morris wed ding in Mexico last week. lion, Pinnies Clay, of this coun ty, has introduced a measure in the Legislature to make the legal rate of interest (I per cent. .lohn Rovse. aired H4. at Nor- borne, Mo., the only support of J his aged father, hung him...

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. — 10 January 1901

THE MESSAGE InTheKabrich Building. Term of Subtrripliim : One Year Il.m. Hit Mntilhl V) rents. TIIUUSDAY. .TAX. 10, 1!)01 PREDICTS A r T REVOLUTION. Lnnsiiif, M idi., .Tan. .'t. Kx (Joveriior I'ingree took up the subject of "Kiual Taxation" at the beginning of liU farewell mes sage this morning mid reviewed nil the stops tlmt linvc lieon taken to date towards incrcasinn the a- mount of taxes paid ly railroads and other corporations. The message urged the legisla ture to adopt the resolution adopt ed by the legislature of Pennsyl vania, requesting Congress to call a convention for tin; purpose of proposing an amendment to the constitution to provide for the election of I'nited States Senators ly popular vote. l)iseussing the question, the message said: "The cases of llanua in Ohio, Clark in Montana and our own discourag ing and disgraceful experiences furnish the most powerful and convincing argument in hchalf of popular elections. It is a matter of common knowledge that the of fice ...

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. — 17 January 1901

Mexico' Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 1901. NUMBER 11 5 Mexico Hchool district does now owe n cent of deht. not Steve Allison ha hought the K. Potts farm, nrnr ('liamj, for $4, (MM). Mr. ). Davis, of nenr Thomp son, mid Miss Fnnnie lilnuton were married lust week. Denn Bros., nenr Champ, have hrcn buying nnd sli i iti hay to .St. Louis for some months. V. W. Scott, nenr this city, hud his ovcrcout nnd other iirticlcs stolen from his residence a few dnys since. The first move of the new Sher iff over in the "Kingdom of Calla wny" wns to close tip the gambling dens at Fulton. A drunken man at Topeka re cently killed his six-weeks-old baby. The blow that killed the baby was intended for the mother, liring a rope. K. J. Kelly, of Mnrtinshurg, made the Mkssauk a pleasant call hist week, lie says the Mkssauk down his way is liked "above them all." Vandaliu gits free rural mail delivery. The route extends southeast, reaching out to Mt. t'...

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. — 17 January 1901

THE MESASCEi Ir ! ,imv !"'' i.tv. lie took tlic nil t li or olnec Inst I Mdii. lay. Doekery is one of the greatest minds tin' ii-oik' of this State liavc ever exalted to tin' gu- Iii'i'iiatorial chair. Missourians ii n expecting great tilings from Dockerv us Governor. Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor, KntiTi'd at tin' rnstolllfi' lit Mexico, Mo., (is second -cln miittrr. THUHSPAY. JAN. 17 1901 Representative Government. Thkkk is a certain objector to the initiative nnd icferendiiin up at Liberty, Mo., and lie tries to ninkc his point by saying that Thomas Jefferson declared that the people were not (iialificd to legislate. We are not sure that Jefferson said that; if he did we would like to know in what connection. Like some theological ipiestions you can prove almost anything from Holy Writ by taking a verse here and there, but the investigation should always be followed to the connection. But how about representative legislation at times? Let the Louisvil...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 January 1901

r THE MESSAGE THIRSDAY. JAN. 17. 1!))1 Circuit Coin t meets next Monday, The grip hits many of Mexico's citizens. You will find thf Circuit Court Docket in this issue of tlx- mkssaok. Wall Fell. The cast wall of the building just cast of tin- Windsor Hotel fell out Monday afternoon. Whole thing, from roof to foundation, tumbled into the alley. No one hurt. J. N. Wiiugh, southwest of this city, sold his 2'- acre farm to T N. Wright for $(mi. C. C. Lucas sends the MhssAiiK to his brother, K. O. Lucas, at Hash: City, Virginia. C. A. Davault, of the Farber Forum, is a secretary to Senator Higgs, up at Jefferson City. Tlie Mary Wilson damage claim against Mexico has been compro mised on the city paying sfi.'l.'i. Mr. Arch Middlcton, of Vanda lia, and Miss ficnrgia Mines, of lligliee, were married last week. Miss Willa Mitchell has an nounced herself for school com missioner down in Tike County. One of the negi s in quaran tine fm-smallpox, was fumigated: this week and sent to his home in...

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. — 17 January 1901

THE MESSAGE In The Kabrich Building. T'rm a f Snhfrriiifiim : One Year It-"". Sit Montlu j cents. THURSDAY. .TAN. 17, 1!I01 is evident tlm tluit they thought tni1 Inst, fur some of tliem lnnl it reeotdcd in their diaries that nl lieen killril I iy tin- Indians. This slnl'V will In1 I', hi I i 1 1 m I in the Mum.i. from week nii'k, it will tell of it. ! remainder of ll urlaml tri, life mill Incident i if minim; it in ii ml tlic riiloni iiml amusement of tin' Span iards iiml Indian innl tin- return trip liiiini' hy M'.i . I For ! ieo.ni I wmm a victim of J trtla In ltd worst form. I rmilU rat nothlnj fill milk town, nml at time my HUimiuh would nut retain ana iukcsi rvroium , pecan tolilnB ( ASCAKKTS and Unco then I have atpaaiijr imprnvwi, unm -ever wm to m llfn." ., .... n LIAY1U 11. nviiroii w. CANDY CATHARTIC SINOINQ INSECTS. OVERLAND TO r it CALIFORNIA. (CONTINIT.D. ) Otir renders will w hack with 1110 to where I went into the eaiti of the stranger who wn enniieil in the willows ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 January 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 1901. NUMBER 12 J. P. Dohyns is ( iov. Mockery's Appointee us mill nil inspector of tli is city. Mexico Modern Woodmen einnp is flourishing. Seven initiations mid ten adoptions lit last meeting. Dr. S. 1). Dutehcr, pnstor of the C'lifist inn Church of this city, luis resigned nnd will loente in Okla homa. Mr. (!. W. Harney, of Mt. Cur inel neighborhood, and Miss Julia Williams, of Cuivrc, were licensed to wed last week. L. A. Collins et al sold to W. P. Williams lots 4 and ." and 12 feet west side lot U, Mock 4, ill Hush Hill, for $:ioo. Mexico paid a dog tax of $.'14 Inst year. One hundred and twenty-six can i IK'S suffered the death penalty for tax not paid. A writer in Coleman's Kural World says that eow peas are rich in protein and fed to hens increas es greatly the quantity of eggs. State Senator M. K. K. Biggs is chairman of the committee on retrenchment of fees, salaries and criminal cost...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 January 1901

'r; 77F MESASCE Published Kvery Thursday. John Bcnl, Editor mid l'niHrtoi Kntcrcd nt tin- Pnstoftiec lit Mexico, Mo., ns sccolnl-clas matter. THURSDAY. JAN. 24 l'.mi "Good Queen Vic." VICTORIA, (jllcen of Kngliind, died Tuesday of this week. She hud heeu failing for some time and the end was not unexpected. It is known that the 5oer war was a Ureal souree of sorrow to her, and to tli' slaughter of men in South A fried is laid the responsibility for the collapse and death of the (.Jliet-ll. Knglund will now have a new ruler. It will he the I'rii f Wales, the (Queen's oldest son, and he will lie known as Kdward VII. Hut he eau never till the plaee of "Uooil (Jueen Vietoria", and many freely prediet the 1ismeuiliermeut of the Kingdom. The (Queen's in fluence was far greater than her power. Chaiulierlaiu. no douht, was the evil spirit ami haunt of her last days. Could she have ex ercised the power iu the nation that he arrogated to himself mat ters surroundings her would likely have lie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 January 1901

i! THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JAN. l4, Tlio weather continues bnltny nml spring-like. Mr. ruonuiui, nt Hush Hill, is rcporti.'tl dangerously sick. The Salvation Army resumes work again m Mexico this week. Tlie, Hiverside .Scripture Insti tute meets at Luddouia on Mon day, February 11. K. B. Coil, tlie attorney, lias been wrestling with the grip and muscular neuralgia. K. j. Hogcrs, of near Santa Fe, left this week for Liberty, where he is a student in William Jewel College. ('apt. (.'. T. Allen, late of this city, has n clerkship on the Appro priation committee over at Jeffer son City. Lee Lewis, just west of Hush Hill, has sold his farm, H." acres, to Pete Krdel. Consideration, $J.j per acre. W. J. Bryan's new paper will have a subscription of ..(),(HM) to start with. The first issue appears this week. Hevs. (icorge Sneed and 11. .Sumpter, members of the Holiness Church, are holding a revival meeting at Hush Hill. The C. & A. is preparing to en large and otherwise improve their lake...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 January 1901

THE MESSAGE THUKSDAY. JAN. 24. 1901 InTheKabrich Building. Trrmt of Subscription i One War !.'. Bix Moulin .Vi rents. TOLD FOR A r r MEMORIAL OF HER. Our esteemed find venerated friend, II. K. Hinde, of this city, is nn A. M. ami nn M. I. His writings on the international Sim tiny school lessons unit the F.p worth League topics appear every week in the St. Louis C'hristinii Advoente and are reml anil studied in every uarter of the great see tion of country over whieh that miner eirenlates. Dr. lliinle is one of those "ready writers." lit made a tour thru Kurope last sum mer and the trip affords him many illustrations. Last Sunday tin League lesson in the Advocate was, "Abiding Influence." Ilch. 11:4; Matt. 2G:t.I. Dr. llinde wrote: Various have hccii the monu ments liv which the name and fame of men have heen perpetuat ed. All over Kurope we saw grand monuments erected to tin memory of warriors, statesmen and philanthropists. In St. Paul's, London, we stood hy the plain tomb of Sir ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 January 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1901. NUMBER 13 The C. & A. rnilroiul has issued a new time card. Mrs. K. C. Smith, in the Klin Hend district, thin comity, has been dangerously sick. Dr. W. K. Mel'all has sold his practice and good will to I)r. F. J. Comet t, nt Worcester. The people of Montgomery eounty nre petitioning the Legis lature for nn nnti-eigarette law. Mrs. Harbnra Coil, of near Per ry, Halls eounty, mother of E. H. Coil, the Mexieo attorney, will shortly move to Mexico to reside. The "Enterprise" is to he the nnme of the new paper soon to he gin publication at Martinshurg. C. V. Hamilton is to lie the editor. Fifty nieu in Indiana have lieen disfranchised for selling their votes Nov. H. A few doses like this will do much toward purifying the bal lot. The State camp of the Modern Woodmen meets in this city the 14th and l-'ith of next month. It is thought the meeting will bring 1,000 visitors to Mexico. A serious...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 January 1901

77F MESSAGE Published Every Thursday, John Ileal, Editor mid Proprietor Entered at the I'liMulllce at Mexico, Mo., ns second-clas matte r. THURSDAY. JAN. !U l'.ml His Ailment. Thk Ledger keeps talking " bus iness men" for the new City Coiin eil. What's the matter with the present Council! We are out of money, as the Ledger says, and what can you do without the mon ey? You eau't have paved streets even if the city had thousands that matter is wilh the property holders. The present City Coun cil is nil right, Mr. White, and you should cense your insinuations. We are informed liy those who are in n position to know that the a (Tail's of the city were never bet ter administered than they have licen thru the past year. Hy the wny, didn't we catch the Ledger saying something just like that only a few moons since? Oh, it's the city printing that nils the Ledger. Keep that fact before the people. The difference between IS) cents nu inch nnd ."() cents nn inch last spring took the printing f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 January 1901

I THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JAX. .11. l'.ml Tht? world is full of roses, And tin- rose is full of dew, And tin- dew is full of heavenly love That drips for mo nnd you. 'Mini" Riley. County Court convenes Mondny. next Mrs. Henry Miinn lins returned from a visit to relatives at Pelle ville. 111. Mrs. W. C. Coil, of Laddonia, was tlie guest of friends in this city last week. Kid. J. J. (Iriflin, of this city, preached at Corinth, in Ralls coun ty, last Sunday. Dr. W. II. Douglass sold to Dr. T. W, Crawford lot 4, Mock H, original Rush Hill, for $1 ,000. R. A. Doyd, out at Champ, bought a pen of corn of Thomas McCunc, paying .TV per lmshcl. John A. Smith sold to Julia Parish lots, 4 and .", Mock 1 Clus ter's addition to Farber, for ifL'SO. The grand jury made a report last week that left certain people iu the snares. One indictment was against a certain .Mexico doc tor for malpractice. The Fire Department was called out yesterday evening for the burning out of a Hue at (icncral Mclutyre's r...

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. — 31 January 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. -IAN. :tl. lool In The Kabrich Building. Trrnit of Siilinrriiilion : Our Yrnr !.. Six Month :i cents. AN OVERLAND TRIP r 4T TO CALIFORNIA. Written fur the Message continued from lsne n( two week n mi. The next morning after I rc turned with the ox we resinned our journey nnd during (lie day there was n train of horse tennis passed us. Thin was the lest equipped outfit we hud seen. They Imd fan cy, painted, lieavy spring wagons with four fine horses to each wag on. In this train were fourteen families, and among tliein were a number of girls aliout grown, d as they passed us they made fun of our old oxen. Of this fine train I will tell you more later on. We traveled on over the same road that I had traveled the night before. We were now in the range of Bin Horn mountains, not far south from where (iciieral (.'ustcr and his soldiers were massacred many years since the time of which I write. We were not molested in the least, tho the hoys didn't hunt far off the r...

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. — 7 February 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1901. NUMBER 14 Tin- Choatcs Theater, at Kansas City, burned last week. Loss $100,000. Five thousand Filipinos at Ma nila joined the Methodist church in one day recently. Mrs. Muttie Collins, of this city, seared a burglar from her window the other night with her revolver. Mrs. Lue Shell Hurley, of Per ry, one of the editor's old teaehers, orders the Mkssaok to her address. Kalis county is said to have over one hundred eases of smallpox. There have been three deaths from the disease. The Alahama man who paid $."00 in response to a letter without get ting back his kidnapped son. does not believe "There is honor among thieves." TheUaptist Chureh at Sturgeon is in favor of popular music. The cornet is played at Sunday school, prayer meeting and at preaching each week. Mr. A. II. P.aker, of Pan Han dle, Texas, and Mrs. M. A. I'at ton, of this city, were married last week. The groom was formerly a cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 February 1901

THE LIES SAGE Published Every Thursday. .lohn Hriil, Editor mid Proprietor. KlItiTiul lit llir 1'iKtolliec Hi Mexico, Mci., !i'cinl -i Ih nuttier. Tllt'HSDAY. FEH. 7, 1!1 John Marshall Dny. Audrain Circuit Court celebra ted the NHHh anniversary Monday aftcrnoon of the induction of dohn Marshall into oflire as Chief Justice of the 1". S. Appropi'iutc re murks were made by 11. 11. liiiri nioro, W. A. Kdnioiiston, W. 11. Kt'iitinn, (Jeorjjo Kohertson, Mr. Houston, of Kansas City, t!cn. I). 11. Molntyre mid Judge E. M. Hughes. All wen? highly lauda tory of the great man who enjoys a place in the Amerienn heart hut little inferior to that of Washing ton or Lincoln. John Marshall's life was the em bodiment of success. He won his fame and iromotion to honor by nigged honesty and intense energy. He had no collegiate education was u self-mad! man. He served ns Chief Justice for 1)4 years, ami, tho he was a Federalist, yet not of the strictest type, and loved "to cointeiuihite the national go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 February 1901

THE MESSAGE TIIt'KSDAY. FEU. Tin-re tiif f,TJ children of school age in this county. W. II. Provvn Mini Miss Josie Prookshire have liccn licensed to wed . The date for the State fair at Sedaliu is fixed for September !) to 14 inclusive. Mr. and Mrs. Win. McKiimey, near Chump, l-ave a new daughter at their home. At Pcnhe Dye's sale, near Talis recently, cows sold at to $.')". ."id and stock hogs at $0.7.1. lr. 1'arker, dentist of this city, we understand, has gone to Illi nois, when- he will practice. Sturgeon school district paid oil' a .-)!.".()( bond the other da v. The district is yet in debt i, 1,1 Kill. T. .1 Howe, near Molino, bought Ml) head of good steers at Kansas City, paying $L per hundred pounds. The liattle for and against the Vaudalia saloon comes up before the County Court in Mexico this afternoon. Kichurd I. Moore, of near Heav er Dam church, and Miss Mollie Stewart, of this city, were united in marriage Tuesdav. Young mules up near Paris have lieen selling lately at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 February 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. FEH. 7. 1901 In Tho Kabrich Building. Tnti of Subscription: ( Tmr Il.m. Six Month i0 i-rnt. DREAMERS DREAM r THE NEW CENTURY. The Ladies' Home Journal not long since interviewed the world's greatest scientists on the possibili ties of the coming century , and the following nre n few of t heir dreams : A iTomobii.ks. Farmers will own nutoinoliile hny-wagons, au tomobile truek-wngons, ploughs, harrows and hay-rakes. A one pound motor in one of them? vehi cles will do the work of n pair of horses or more. Children will ride in automobile sleighs in win ter. Automobiles will have been substituted for every horse vehicle now known. There will -be, as al ready exist today, nutoinoliile hearses, automobile ambulances, automobile street sweepers. The horse in harness will be as scarce, if, indeed, not even scarcer, than as the yoked ox is today. , STORK lTHl'MASKS my n ui:. I'ueumatic tubes, instead of store wagons, will deliver packages and bundles. These tubes will c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 February 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1901. NUMBER 15 i is Audrain's Morrison Lackland is tit Hot Springs, Arkansas. Slow collections caused the fail ure of the " Whizzer" cigar factory. Laura Lowry has secured a vorce from her husliand, S. Lowrv. di W. the as- K. 15. Coil, the attorney, is receiver for ('. !. Stiekley, signed. L. I'hillip has purchased Win. Harper's interest in the Mexico Custom Mills. The most noted thing out in Kansas just now Mrs. Nation and her little hatchet. Toin Kced says "a trust is a liody of very rich men entirely surrounded by water." See the point? .Icrry Simpson predicts that Kan sas is on the verge of n bloody civ il war. It will In; between the temperance and saloon elements. The Vundalia anti-saloon forces appeared before the County Court last week at the appointed hour, but the other "people" did not show up. i. B. llortoii, in the vicinity of Martinshurg, has a big heart for the printer. He suppor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 February 1901

THE rjJESSlGEy,hu'lhn'ttthH! M I "(lllCC one is two." Published Every Thursday, .lohu Heal. Editor and Proprietor. Knti-l-cil lit lln' PnMoMH-e lit Mexico. Mo., us kitoimI -clie mutter. THPliSDAY. FED. 14. 1!M1 It Does Not Pay. Docs the drinking of liiiior pity II CdltoU tilt' ill Vl-f-l incut ? Does it henclit the lifiiltli, tin- iiiiinl or the niMfnl nature of man? Two boys of Columbia tried it. They paid their money to the keeper of this hellish draught and he gave them enough to make them Wave. They obeyed the imjmlso of their pois oned senses and transgressed the laws of the eominnnity and were phieed in the jail to remove them from further injury to other citi zens. IScrcft of their reasoning power they again olieyed the sug gestion of the demon in the liipior and set fire to their cell. The tar dy aid front the outside was pow erless to rescue them from the greedy tlames. and in the cold light of the morning their charred and hlnekened trunks were drag ged from the ruins to s...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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