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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 March 1901

1 77f MESSAGE TWJHSD AY. MAlil'H 21. l!Ml The Legislature adjourned Moti day. Another colored iiinii sent to the lcst house this week. Smallpox. Dr. W. T. Kendall sold to L. 11. Burnett a line gelding f"' $!-". (l.T. linker, of Skinner eoininu liity, has become a resident of Mexico. An Indiana court gave a woman damage of $1, ."!() fur u stolen kiss and embrace. The Hush Hill and Santa Fe schools closed on account of the smallpox excitement. Ethan Howell is home from Pe oria, 111. lie will rest awhile for the betterment of his health. Harold (.'luster bought him a new home in Northeast Mexico, buying of D. I Moore and paying $600. W. W. Mabry is suing his wife, Daisy 1. Mabry, for divorce. He charges desertion and other indig nities. Miss Kate Hudson, of the Van dalia public, school, will teach in the Hickory drove district this spring. They are said to have a "spank ophone" at the Military Academy. For rcfactory cadets, we suppose, of course. Capt. Flory, of the Military Academy, w...

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. — 21 March 1901

itiiL nikLZiSAGE In The Kabrich Building. Trrms l Snbsi fiiliin: One Ynir !.. Nix Month rnlUK. TlIt'HSDAY. MAHCII -1, lml Senators Under Fire. Jefl'erson City, Mo., March 1(5. The House spent li eonsideralile part of the day donouneing the Senate fur failing to net on impor tant House Mils. Four deiiiineia tory resolutions were introdtieed tins niorninfni)(l n fsentliinjr speeeh in which Hiekinson openly de nounced Senator Whalev liy name, whs a feature of the afternoon. Dickinson's speech was a fiery outbreak on a committee ruport concurring in Senate amendments to the senatorial reapportionment hill. "This reapportionment would strengthen the corporation inllii eiice in the Senate for the next ten years," he declared. "It would make sure t lie election from my district of a Senator like those who now are carryiiu' around in their pockets the maximum freight-rate hill, and make possi ble the re-election of Senator Wha lcy, who was denounced in th.' House in resolutions this morning...

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 March 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1901. NUMBER 21 Announcement. To t lie Voters of Audrain I'ouuly. I am a candidate for County School Commissioner nt the com ing April I'loi'tion. lks-p., J.N. Choss. If Supervision carries, the Com missioner becomes County Super intendent. The sunny-side loafer is now in evidence. The slot machine is outlawed in Missouri. It is estimated that there are "JO, (I0D cases of leprosy in the Phil ippines. Harry Piper, of Center, Kails county, has become n resident of this city. Miss Sarah Gibbons, of near Mnrtinsbtirg, will teach the Moli no school this spring. Joseph Hampton, of Thompson, paid the Mf.issai.k a substantial business call last Thursday. The Christian Church people of Mexico are planning to build a handsome new church edifice. I'nch! Sam is culling for volun teer teachers to go to the Philip pines. The pay is from $"." to $1(1(1 per mouth. Prof. Dawson, who taught school at Farbcr, thi...

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 March 1901

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thurpilny. Jolm Ural, Editor and rro'irietor, Kntcrod at tin- Postoflico at Mexico, Mo., ns second -clasi matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1001 A Modern Moabitess. "And Ruth ottid, ' Entreat inr not to lenve tlier or to return from follow! n it after thee, for whither thou goon I willpo; whither thou lodgest I will lodgr; thy people shall 1e my people and thy Ond my fiod." An example of a wife's devotion that almost passes understanding has recently eome to light. It did not oeeiir in the society circles of one of our largest cities, but in the city of Honolulu, and the wo man who was determined to follow her husband "oven unto death" was a native woman belonging to n race that is removed from barba rism by only two generations. Luhiti, the wife of a leper who had been deported to the island of Mo lokai, stained her body with iodine and presented herself for examina tion.clHiming that she had leprosy. When her ruse was discovered the woman broke down and confe...

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 March 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAU CH 'J8, 1901 City election next Tuesday. Saturday, April (. is stallion ln v in Mexico. Spence McCoy has sold his liv ery business in Vandalia. T. E. Hook in in St. Louis un der trentineiit for entarrli. J. C. Jones, of this county, has moved to Seattle, Washington, to reside. Clay MeClure, from Benton City, found his dog, advertised in the Mkssaoe. Our valued and old-time friend, H. T. Steele, ut Carmi, III., remits for the Messaok and Bryan's Commoner. W. U. Coil, late of this county, is now located at Colorado Springs, Colorado, and orders the Messauk to his address. J. II. (iclvin and family, from near Laddonia, have moved to Mexico and now have charge of the Windsor Hotel. Hicks, the weather wizard, is scaring people with the prophecy that wc are to have cyclones be tween the 1st and Urd and 1.1th and 18th of April. Maj. Thomas Walton, in his 7.1th year, an uncle of Kev. T. M. Walton, of this city, was taken seriously ill with the smallpox at his home ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 March 1901

THE MESSAGE In The Kabrich Building. Term of Subscription : One War !.. Six Month "in cents. THURSDAY. MARCH 28, 1901 THE COW PEA r HERE TO STAY. EoiTOn MkssaiiE: I ntn pleas ed to learn that my article of re cent date in the Mk.ksauk on the cow pea lias taken with the read ers of your paper so well. A num ber of people have spoken to me about it. I also have a letter from Mr. J. F. Wright, of Carrolton, Mo., who saw my article in the Mf.ssauk and wants to know more about the eow pea. He puts four questions as follows: "Will eow peas fall down in rich soil!" To this question I will say that my experience with the eow pea is limited, and I know of no one in this latitude who has had exten sive experience with them. Mr. J. It. Solicit, Lnddonia, Mo., east of this place some 1H miles, has had more experience with them than anyone I know of in this part of Missouri. He had Home 120 acres in cow peas the last sea son, but I have not learned from him if they will fall down. In my own expe...

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. — 4 April 1901

: Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1901. NUMBER 22 A pntro mlvcrtiseincnt in the Ladies' Homo Journal costs $4,0(11) for oiic insertion. Tin' new pipe organ of the Mex ico Baptist Church will he dedicat ed April 18th. Miss lkrnice Hawkins, of this city, hns elinrge of n school neiir Centraliu this spring. Mr. Mirt Barnes and Miss 1'earl Freels, of near Laddonia, were married last week C. J. liaker will move from Laddonia to his farm near Wells ville the latter part of this month. Howard Uaskett, of this city, had his foot painfully crushed the other day ley a horse stepping on it. Miss Sarah Gibbous begins a term of school in the Weaver dis trict, northeast of here, next Tues day. The Martinsburg public school closed last week. There were two graduates Pearl McDonald and John Martin. Mr. Emniett Ueaiiier and Miss Bessie Weaver, both of near Beth el church, this county, were mar ried last week. (icorge U. Wendling's lecture at th...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 April 1901

THE RIESS A GE I'ulilislird Every Thuisilav, John Honl, Editor and Proprietor. Knti n d lit 1 1- Postollic .Mil., IIS Sf t'l Itlil -I'laS.- at Mexio matter. TlIt'KSDAV, AI'K'IL . 1WU Wr. ohserve that one Let of the magazines ' has Them revived the ilieslion. Alone. "What shall we do with our cx-I'resi-deiils!" The licst thine; to do with our ex-l'rcsideiits is to let llletll alone; lo allow them to lapse hack into the ordinary condition of cit izenship without any fuss or fcal ti ers. That is what they have licen doiii", since the das of icore Washington, and nothing has hap pened in the case of any of them to s;ive cause lor change in the sv slclll. There is hut one left, an.wvay and who cares for (irover Clove land tmlav . Most of us would like to see t lie " priv ates" ovt a little more alteiilion. The widow of some lug general may gel a pension j of ."IU a month hut the w idow of some poor fellow who carried a musket and knapsack does well in thousands of eases if she gets a pen...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 April 1901

I if? 77E MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 4, l!)(tl Next Sunday is Easter. The County Hoard of Eipializa tion has been in session this week. S. I'. Emmons, of this eity, bought a ear of wool at Auxvnsse last week. L. H. Harnett was in St. Louis first of the week with some line horse stock. The sun eame out bright yester day morning, the first sunshine of any consequence for ten days. The Presbyterian and Christian Chureli congregations of this eity worshipped together last Sunday night. Doetors at l'hoenix, Arizona, have discovered a preventive and eure for smallpox in the use of ap ple eider. Hen Middletoii sold to Rotts and Henderson, of Santa Fc, the tine pacing stallion, Rowland Rock, by Hlaek Rock, 2:14, for spK). Kid. W. II. Hook, late of eity, now of Hethauy, Mo., been called to the pastorate of this has the Kast Side Christian Church in Mo bcrly. Rev. J. J. l'orter, of this eity, preached the funeral of I). K. Crockett, at Heaver Dam church, south of Mexico, last Sunday aft ernoon. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 April 1901

THE MESSAGE In The Kabrich Building. Terms of Siihsrripfion: Ono Year l '" Hit Month vt (Tut. 1 TIU'KSDAY. APRIL 4, 1 ! H Audrain Boys. Another of the P.urch lioys, of this county, has won oratorical honors. This one is in tin1 Uni versity nml he is a lirotlnT of Hev. A. K. Hiirch who was in the orn torienl contest at Jefferson City aliout four weeks since. A Vti it -ilalia lioy wins honors also. Keml the following dispatch: Coluuil.ia, Mo., March 'JH. Tin preliminary tlelmte. for the purpose of selecting representatives for Missouri University on the Nebraska-Missouri contest to lie held early in May, resulted in a victory for V. T. Xardin. of Vundaliu, Walter Burch, of Liuldonia, and M. (.'' IJurk, representing respect ively the M. S. C. IMiatititf Clul., Athenian Literary Society and the New Krn I -lnt intr Cluh. Thir teen men debuted the iiiestion, "Resolved, That the United States should construct, own ami fortify the Nicaragua!! Canal." In California every country road is to h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 April 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1901. NUMBER 23 Against tlie law to ulioot ducks now. Dr. J. II. Welch 1ms located ut Forlter. Willinm K. Wnrrcn, the invent or of the suenr-coated iill, is dead. Harry Atchison is in St. Louis. He has a position and thinks of locating in that city. Prof. K. S. rattcrson, formerly of thin comity, was electpd School Commissioner of Hoonc county last week. Joseph Monjjler, northeast of Mexico, has taken Walter linker to raise, from the Children's Home of St. Louis. The examination of applicants for appointment to the eadctship nt Annapolis is to he held in this city tomorrow. According to reports, money and whisky played an important part in the town election at Stur geon last week. J. It. Hedges, late of Colutnl'in, is now day clerk at the Tucker House, his hrother, W. C. Hedg es, proprietor. The Fnrlier Forum says that Tom Collins and family, from that town, have moved to the !!. M. La wrier fa...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 April 1901

THE MESSAGE l'uMished Every Thursday. John Ileal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered lit till- PoStollico ill Mexin Mo., IIS second-class riiiltli-r. THURSDAY, APKIIill. l!oi Tilings are In-ginning For to wake up iu this Municipal town. Mayor Potts' Owner address Im-I'oic the ship. Council last Monday night points toward pood things, lie adiuiuislcrs a righteous reliuke to those who have lieen criticism); city affairs hut who would not know the truth, and then lie looks to the future. It was nil addsess all well read with pleasure. We cannot do heller than to give it here iu full: "It will doulitlcss he expected of Hie, us the Chief Executive of the city, to say something upon this occasion which terminates the olli cial association of several of our city ollicers who, liy their faithful discharge of duty, deserve n feeling of deep gratitude from the citicus of our city of Mexico as well as myself. "I hiring the official year now ('losing the city has lieen called up on to pass thru the...

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. — 11 April 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. APRIL 11, 1901 Happened and Happening. Hon. Rhodes Clay lms been ou the sick lint. V. li. Mclntyrc suffered mi epileptic stroke Monday. There were !)'l burials iii the Mexico cemetery during 1!H)). Capt. C. T. Allen, who him been on the sick list, is much improved. R. C. Bright, of llutton, is re ported dangerously ill with appen dicitis. The smallpox excitement in one Mexico is dying out and died, either. no If you have never seen n copy of Bryan's Commoner, give the Mi-.s-s.viK your name and address and will see that you get a copy forth with. Mis. Fannie Bailey, of Kirks ville, has been conducting a revi val at the Holiness Church in Cen tralia. Many conversions are re ported. Pere Mathesou accident ly shot and killed John Larson at (iold tidd, Iowa, Sunday forenoon while hunting and threw thew the body in the river from fright. L. R. Wiltley, of St. Louis, born in this county, who was appointed a Federal Jucge in the Philippine Islands recently, was in Mexi...

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. — 11 April 1901

THE MESSAGE In The Kabrich Building. Trrmx of Sibscri)iliii : One Vc iir Six Mniitli. I.OI. ..VI (TlltS. Tlll'KSDAY. Al'lilLll. VM Earnest Work. Klsherry, M., April 4. Tin' Whipping CMnl. hitter known ns Hip "Tony Huh," on Wednesday night whipped one negro and hot imotlirr. Aliuut 11:. 'ID p. in. the "cluh" went to the house of lietlie Thoinp t, mt I'M Neott. who had heen living there all winter with Mrs. Thompson ns limn and wife. Seott was ordered to open the door, hut lie refused, and lived a shot thru the door. The tire was returned thru the door, the Indict taking effect in the negro's shoul der, thence into the l.edstead, where the woman had heen asleep, and she immediately opened tin" door. 1'iinii ('milium the iiclmo hurt they gave him warning to leave town while he 'vas aide to go. The "cluh" then went to Meth's livery stahlc and railed tin- night man, saying they had a team to put up. Young Koliinson, who attends to the slalde at night, op ened the door and was immediate l...

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. — 18 April 1901

Mexico Missouri Message MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1901. NUMBER 24 VOLUME II. lolin Hurt, of this city, moved his family to Fnrher. I) US Lorine Mpfks has movi'il from Mexico to a farm nciir Santa Fe. The Vandalia M. E. Church or ganization will build n new parsonage. Crockett Harrison will soon en gage in the merchandise business at McCredie. John Torhett, of this city, has been chosen one of the guards at the Missouri penitentiary. The (ioveninieiit is going to dis tribute young trees thruoiit the country next year as well in garden seeds. At St. Joseph hist week Conrad Krug wns chasing a hurglar and nccideiitallv shot himself and died three hours later. The funeral of Mrs. Susan Iiass in this city hist week was contlu-t- ed bv Kldcr J. A. Ileatlingtoii anil Rcv.W. A. llanna. War Funds Captured. Manila, April 10. Lieutenant Mapes, of the twenty-third infant ry has captured $40,000 of insur gent funds aud has taken prisoner three officers belonging to Gen...

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. — 18 April 1901

3 Wm&&p THE MESSAGE l'uMisheil Kvcry Thursday. John Heal. Editor and Proprietor Kntcrcd nt Itic Po-tullice lit Mi Mo., as .second-class mailer. " TlirWSDAY, AI'I.'IIj I. 1!l ; r ' - ' .liM Ciiiinin, ii saloon No Swell keener, has I u elec- Gozaboo" ted Speaker of the House of Delegates in St. Ijonis. Here is what ".lim" said of himself, a few days ago: "I don't pretend to lie no swell gnzuhoo, or anything of that sort: nil 1 am is jist plain Jim Cronin, without niiv frills or high faliifin' attempt to line talk. I'm at home most of the time, whi.ther a call - ci's iot the nrice or not." From the aliove, as anofher has remarked. Jim is a tine l,ird-of the kind. Tlll-'. Louisiana Press Give 'Em remarks that when j Wine ail the Japanese christen j a ship llicy release a ', iiiimlier of white doves from a Imx j as Hi-- steamer starts from thej ways. lieu I lie Americans ciu is- j ten a ship liursl a liottlc of wine! over the lioxv. Which is th? more enlightened custom, the pnjja...

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. — 18 April 1901

Happened and Happening. J. i Davis, of near Thompson, will locate in Kunsns City. Circuit Court meet in ixtt-a session in Mexico next Tuesday. Mrs. M. C. Martin and little son, Otis, visited in Sturgeon Inst week. Rev. K. S. Gibbs is supplying the luliit nt lloiewell eliurch for tie present. Mrs. li. T. Key is visiting hr daughter, Mrs. .1. C. Shrivcr, at Kl Heno, O. T. Kid. W. II. Hook eontinucs in revival work at Molerly. Two baptisms last Sunday. Dr. J. J. Porter, of this city, is assisting in ft revival meeting in the Itaptist church nt Macon. C. B. Ellis, of the Vandalia Mail and Express, is in Oklahoma, where lie thinks of locating. Ruv. J. ). Hicks, pastor of the Mexico M. E. Church, has 1 n wrestling with the measles. Mr. Charles A. Edwards and Miss Emma Huffman, of Laddon ia, have I wen licensed to marry. Mrs. Eugie Lovitt, of Albu querue, New Mexico, attended the funeral of her mother here, Mrs. Susan Bass, last week. Bishop 1). S. Tuttle, of St. Louis, will be in this cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 April 1901

I THE MESSAGE In The Kabrich Building. Term of Nnhscriptinn: Oi.o Ymr Six Months ritHTiitn. THURSDAY. APKIL 1. 1M1 lie Killed Ills Friend. "How docs it feel to kill a man in lutttlc?" was Ihe (iU'stion put t' ...... ..f t. 'u in. 'ii tlii other I evening, says the Louisville Courier-Journal. "Thank (toil, I never had lmt one experience of that kind," was the reply, "lmt that was enough." "In Kentucky it not infreueut ly happened that boys from the same town went into hotli the con federate and the federal armies. When the war broke out I joined Morgan's command. My best chum, Dick Xolton, went with a regiment of federals. " Hefore we separated we swore to each other that, whatever came, nothing should alter the affection we had for each other, and that if either could help the other he would do so, no matter what the cost. We even went ho far as to cut a dollar into two pieces and each promised to wear his half on n string about his neck. It sounds like a sort of girlish fancy, but ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 April 1901

Mexico Message JSSOURI VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1Q01. NUMBER 25 livens nnil hog jowl nre now in son son. We must have lietter roiuls leiul ing into this city. Tim (Vntriilin Courier lias mt in n tjjic setting machine. l. I (ientry, in-ivnte secretary to (lov.l)ockcry, is a native of Au drain C'oiintv. Snow fell in Mexico the 17th of this month. It was the farewell "shake" of winter. Women air to lie admitted as delegates in the general conference of the M. K. Church. (ray Hook, after hibernating nil winter on account of ill health, h aide to I around again. Mexico City officials intend to enforce the ordinances against dumping tilth in the streets. Rev. E. L. Rogers has been cull ed to the pastorate of the Dnptist church at Farlier for another year. Messrs. T. A. Vaughn and C. V. Yeuger have been appointed enumerators of the Mexico school district. C. A. Barnes, the attorney, will deliver the annual address to the graduating class of the Mexic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 April 1901

, . s , , 3 .- -;i THE "MESSAGE I'n'.lI.'li.Ml Cver.x Tl.nrs.la . .lolm I'ichI, I'dilnr ami vi l l r. Km. i-.l :ii ii..- I :!.' : : M- M.i.. a ...-. .n.l la- in ' TlM'i;s. V. Al'l.'ll, J".. l'"M Tin Mi:- -m.i: a.l- PltppctS inircs th.- th.'IILthts illld i-Npre-.-ed III I l.c f'i- Mcil. lowing editorial ii- plnilllccll frolll the Coliilid ia II. raid: We adiniri Iiauc We like ;i mall who lines the riht thin;; a-he : . .1,1.. 1 1 . . 1 ... 1 1 ; ... . 1 ; " "" ' k.-. ,l.spcn-ci-. lan-l, in their 1 1 1 . 11 1 ; 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 ; t a stolii' wall all the , . , . sleee, win 11 111 u.-iaperciiitiirsain tune. Ha. kl.oiic and liiiivei y are , ,1 1 ,,, 1 eeii mini-tci-ol tin- tiosicl laud ''"""icmlalile tl, ,,-. 'Ii'- ,,,, .,,,,., ,,1M, ,,. SlatiMlial, dllV, he,.- IIIOI the i;,lit .,t , I'"'"",KI"- is only one i 1, -1 ; then- an il 1 1 1 I hae lie cr ca- fur ,,c.., in other lieM;. Mr. Ill van P. have kepi -till in I. - : S -.j.l..,, , 1 11 I Im Ii l. -aril to the ini-elal.l. I,,,-., in M. , ,....

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