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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 April 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 1!)01 Happened and Happening. The Ccntrnlia Fair will lit- held August 27, -J!) nml .'!(). P. S. Mm-ris, of near Tlioniisoii, is at Hot Springs, Arkansas, for his lirnltli. Mrs. R. M. Handle, widow of the Into Sipi'ire Rniidle, lias gone to Illinois to reside. Corn is selling at 40 cents in Monroe County. (Jetting scarce nt that, says t lie Appeal. Miss Callie Jackson, of Centrnl ia, will teach in the Daniels dis trict, near Thompson, next term. .1. . Miller wants $."1,000 from the city for nu alleged hurt on one of the sidewalks in the southwest part of town. It is estimated that the wheat crop in Kansas this year will lie l(Ht,(MM),()( Ml bushels. Last year it was 7."i.0O0,000. I. C. Mundy, of the firm of Turner-Jackson & Co., has ac cepted a position with a wholesale house in St. Louis. The City Council has appointed a committee to investigate the ad visability of municipal ownership of the electric light plant. Circuit Court convened Tuesday to tr...

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. — 25 April 1901

THE MESS Ml In The Kabrich Building. Ti rnts a f Stilist riiitimt M:' Venr ...!.. -iii". Si Mth.... " j ISDAY, Al'UIL '", l'.ml i : ! Lend Exchanges. Win. I-'. Atkimoii to Li.-ci. At- kinson, 1-2 interest in nw 10-.12-7, 2,000. lohn F. Mason and wife to ( 'has. M. l'.ast, hit :t, 1.1k I Warden's i.d to Mexico, oo. I'phraiin Hughes and wife to ('has. M. Mast, lol I. hlk I War den's lid to Mexico, -r'"ij."(. Clarence!, l'.rown to ! . At. Ilrown, 1-4 lot .'!7 Spark's ad to Mexico, less f.O ft. s side, $100. lavi.l K. Crockett and wife to .lames 11. Crockett. 2oo a in !'! 21-10-10. 11,00(1. liiiella I.. Harrison and Iiu-lm to Harrison l'.i i.-k Ml';:. ' 4"i!M I II. in se tut of M.-xi d i-MMI. , W. II. Kilchie and v.ile lo ;1, crt X. r.o.line, e I-.' and m and . ,euw and .- 1-J . and nw n- , ,, -..!) jk-, i; H : . ,, ..... ... . I i i.i . I- . lute aid uil.- to .1 . ,, ,, , , ., - , . 1- . ( lapp.-r. n 1-2 inv I -. i -1 1 . . -() '' ll. T. Turner and wit- I. .Mm T. .Nick, r,oi,. KM.-.H I...

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. — 2 May 1901

Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1901. NUMBER 26 Mexico Yesterday wit 8 Ardor Iny. Mexico High School will have a graduating class of 10 this year. Tucker Duncan ami family, late of Furbcr, have moved to Endi cott, Wash. Doan Station, south of Mexico, is hereafter to lie known by the name of Ortiz. George Knbrich is aide to he n round again from an attack of the grip and neumouia. (ieorge Friteh, of Laddonia, re news for the Mkssa(,k. Says the micr is already a household ne cessity. Mexico Stove Lining Factory is doing a rushing business just now. Hope this will lie the record thru the year. W, It. Smith, formerly of Ln- cona, Ark., has moved to this county. Hi' owns a line 240 acre farm out near Molino. Mike ISraudon and family, late of Farher, are now located at En dicott, Wash. They order the MkssahK to that address. The drawings for the new lands to lie opened for settlement in Ok lahoma next July and August are interesting a large ...

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. — 2 May 1901

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John llenl, Editor and I r(n-ii-i i-. Kntcrcil nt the I'listnllii c nt Mexico. Mn.. it; sccond-i-lass matter. THURSDAY, MAY 1!)01 TlIK Herald-1 'ost, of Right the Mokane, Mo., cou Wrong. tained the following editorial last week. Emtnclt Bishop, who was re cently expelled from the Missouri State University, on a charge of plagiarism, has liecn exonerated and the oration which won for him Iirst place in the State Oiatoncal! Contest, held in Jefferson Citv last .... .-. . winter, declared to lie original. Now let those newspapers which wcre so eager to parade before the public this charge of fraud, which will forever ( not withstanding the vindication) cast a lilur upon this young man's character, he as ready to point out the great in justice done liy the hasty action of the I'liivcrsity Hoard. ( M t in Nebraska they are talking liryati for Oovcrnor. now Li:. i: D. If. Francis out of the race for the ( iovernorship. Tiik preponderance of the tosli ...

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. — 2 May 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 2, 15)01 Happened and Happening. I'rof. J. X. Cross will teach in the Duly district next term. The little twin baby girls (if Mrs. W. L. Harper, born lust Sntut dny, nrc dead. Horn, to Mr. nnil Mrs. X. I). Urates, formerly of this county, Imt now of Missouln, Mont., April 22, a daughter. A new suit in the Circuit Court is E. A. Collins ct al vs. Mer chants, Mechanics Loan and liuild ing Association. Klcven Porto Riean youths arc to lie educated by the government nt the (iovernmcnt Training School at Carlisle, Pa. Mr. Arthur Mottinger, of Wa bash, Ind., is to locate in Mexico for the practice of law. Glad to welcome him to our city. The family of Kid. A. W. Kok endolTer, the new pastor of Mexico Christian Church, are expected to arrive from Kansas City today. Frances Mackcy, of Vaudalia, wants divorce from her huslmud, Hiram Mackey. She charges him with cruelty, non-support and oth er indignities. Samuel Calhoun in the Probate Court has been adjudged of un s...

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. — 2 May 1901

THE MESSAGE In The Kabrich Building. Terms of Siibsrriiilinn : Onf Yriir Six Month mi l i nt-. THIKSDAY. MAY J. Tilhnan Ready for a Fight. Washington, April -"i. Politi cal storm siiimls, lispl.i vt-il in South Carolina, indicate tl severe exehan;c of Mows lift ween Seiia tor Tilliniiii ninl Senator McLnuriu of tliat Stale. Those who are In 1 1 1 i 1 i ii i- with the tempers of the two Palmetto m( nt i-siiu-m and know of the litt r personal feeling existing lietwoeii. jrrowin out of their po litical differences, anticipate a sen sational contest for supremacy. It is the practice of South Carolina to settle political differences on the stump in joint ilcliatc. In such n contest Senator Tillman would have a decided advantage, for he is without ipicstiou one of thclicst "roiijjh and tumldc" deliatcrs in the I'nited States, lie has a ready tongue, a sharp wit and a lirntal frauktiess of expression, which catches the crowd. McLaurin is sensitive, llery, more dignified, lint not so effect...

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. — 9 May 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. t V VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1901. NUMBER 27 f, i Sturgeon will hove no fair this year. Dr. Gurtrcll maintains that whisky brought his ruin. Hicks predicts a great drought for July and August. Samuel Calhoun has lieen placed in the As linn at Fulton. lr. W. L. Kendall, theopticiun, has leen wrestling with the meas les. The Illinois Legislature appro priates $,."01(MIO for the World's Fair. Mrs. Bcltie Sims and family, of Thompson, are now residents of this city. Dr. (i. r. loalson is wearing the medal as the lcst shot in the Mexico (iuil Club. Schrader does his "healing" ly the laying on of hands and Mess ing handkerchiefs. For the lirst time in twenty years there arc no prisoners in the Audrain county jail. . A. Mxur lias established n branch office of the (Vila Commis sion Co. at Martinsburg. About two dozen ot .Mexico s business houses will close at Vr.'U) thru the suiniuer mouths. William Washington, colored, is out o...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 May 1901

THE RIESSAGE I'lililislietl Kvcry Thursday. t John Heal, Kdilor iiml Proprietor. Kul-ivd Ml t It.- I'.ir-t.illi.-. ill M.-xic r,. Mil., US M'fllllll-rlass matter. Tllt'KS.Y, MAY !. Hull Tnr. oil I in schein- A New ers are working it in Gold Brick nearly every State in the I'nioii for all it will stand. The oil lioouier is an oily fellow, and it Illicit lie well to stop here and make an olisei vation or two. Some of the oil schemers' advertisements and "little move ments" may lie a little dillicult to reason out at first thought. Sonic of them, after solier thought, are ipiite aliiusiiif, lint, the unsophis ticated ce and K'lillilile mind arc never lilrle to see this. The idea that $10 invested with tin-in will yield ifl.iiHii in prolit later is characteristic of the diall er. There may lie oil, lmt how kind of the capitalist to step aside and (;ivf the poor man a chance to wax rich and corpulent with his if III. The capitalist who knows the possiliilit ics of these oil fields is jus...

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. — 9 May 1901

nr MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY , 1901 Happened and Happening. Moberly is going to bore for oil. County Court convened last Monday. Some of the Western Stntt'8 had a foot of snow Sunday. Seven persons lost their lives by tire in n Chicago tlat hist Sunday. Candidates for enmity offices next year are already being dis cussed. Children's Bay services at the Mexico M. 11 Church, South, next Sunday. The work of the Mexico public schools will close with the fust of next week. Commencement exercises of the Mexico public schools will take place May Id. The Missouri Military Academy closes its first year's work the liiMh of this mouth. Lester Kirk and Edith Can.crer, both of this county, were licensed to wed this week. The friends of Judge Flynt are talking him for Representative to the Legislature next year. Near thirty persons lost their lives in tht? great fire at Jackson ville, Florida, last Friday. Mrs. T. K. Sentry, formerly of this city, is reported very ill at her home in Osawatomie, Kan. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 May 1901

THE MESSAGE In The Kabrich Building. Trrms of Subscript inn : oiii- Year N Mniitln .vioi'iiK TIIl'KSDA Y, MAY , 1901 The Thousand Homeless. Inekson villc, l-'lii.. May 4. The most disastrous fire in tlic history nf tliis city Wan yesterday short -ly nftcr noon in a small faetory, started 1y n defeetive flue, aeeord in to tin- lit'st lielief, mill Iniined iii'iirly fifteen hours. In tluit. time' property damages estimated from $10,(Hl,(MMl to s):l.i,000,00( wns enuseil. Aecordint to the city limp, 1:10 Mocks Mimed, ninny of tlieni in tlie lieni't of the luisincss ami resi dent sections. The estimate of houses to a Moek are 10, henec I.ISOO of them went ii in smoke. Many of the finest public and private'liuildititfs were destroyed, including hotels, theater, ehlirehes and residences. The casualties eannot lie neeiir ately estimated tonight. That there were several seems to !e well authenticated. Among them was that of the Fire chief, who sus tained a had fall. The Mayor ordered all sa...

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. — 16 May 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1901. NUMBER 28 Vnmlnlin proposes raising sa loon licenses from $G)0 to -'.(KH) n year. C. A. Bast has let the contract for a $"i,(MH) residence in South Mexico. Tlio members of the County Court visited the county poor form last week. The County Court has ordered sonic needed repairs on the county poor farm. SlrcrifT .lames was up near St. Joseph after a man last week, and he got him. I. K. Ilolloway will teach the Skull Lick school, north of this city, next winter. Miss Maggie DoLaporle, of Lad donia, will teach again in the West Lick district. Mr. (icorge Dawson and Miss Frances Snell, of near Molino, were married last week. Mormon prosclyters have been warned to leave the locality of La porte, Indiana, or be thrown into prison. The County Court orders that road commissioners be allowed $1" for services and the clerks of boards :!. Father J. J. Dillon, of this city, was called to Danville, 111....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 May 1901

THE MESSAGE l'ulilished Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Kiiti-rcil nt tin- I'ustolticr t Mexico. Mil. us sicotiil-clicn niiilliT. TIU'KSDAY, MAY 1fi, 1f)()1 It is said tliat every Lau&li and hearty laugh in which Crow Fat. a man or woman in dulges tends to pro long life, us it makes the Mom! move more rapidly and gives a new, different stimulus to all the organs of the body from what is in force at other times. Therefore, per- ..a i haps, the saying, l,angn grow fat,'" is not :iu exaggerated our, but has a foundation in fact. No truer words were ever uttered than those which state so clearly, "Laugh and the world laughs with you; weep, and you weep alone." The jolly, wholesome, happy-hearted people are those who have most friends anil see the best that life holds out to them. lure, I ir riitllii. mill a iiiiil. I : A ml every urin.su merry. ilraw inn' mil." Tiik spirit of gam Don't Ming has too strong Gamble, a hold on the Ameri can people. We gam ble for lands...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 May 1901

' THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1901 Happened and Happening. Ion n Leniton, Nr, is now better. Probate Court is in session this week. . Tin- oil excitement Martinsburg. litis reached W. P. Botts, at Hermitage, Mo., orders the Mkssauk to his address. lohn I. Long, of Sturgeon, is ii new subscriber to the Mkssamk. ('apt. C.T.Allen hus lieen it very sick iii'ii ii, hut is now much better. Dr. I F. Hiimilton, at New Malic, Mo., is n new render of the Mkssahk. (Jnnrtcrly meeting at Littlcby Methodist ehunh next Saturduy and Sundiiy. II. M. Long and family have moved from Mexico hack to their farm near Sturgeon. Attorney W. V. Hotts, I. Nenl and K.J. Dull, all of Vandalia, re new for the Mkssack this week. llou. Champ Clark delivers the annual address before the two lit erary societies of William Jewel College. Miss Charlotte Jesse is employed again to teach in the Washington district. Her third year's work in this district. T. A. Reese, under indictment for forgery at At wood, 111., 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. — 16 May 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 1C, 1901 In The Kabrlch Building. Terms of Subscription : oni- Vmr i.m. Six Month .VI iThts. Boonville llllS gODC out of the county fair business. Ton much horse-racing wo presume. All tin big towns of tlic State are waking up to the strict en forcement of the nnti-liiiior laws. J Ames Adams, of St. Louis, within the last four months has bought 125 horses in the vicinity of Perrv. Mexico Koynl Xeighbors were addressed by Supreme Orane, of the K. X. A., Mrs. Lizzie Cronin gcr, of St. Joseph, last Thursday night. Lloyd Thomas, 19, and Miss Myrtle (iray, 10, both of Kansas City, came to Mexico last Friday and were united in marriage by Judge S. M. Edwards. An effort was madti to keep the wedding a secret, tho the father of the young man was a witness to the ccrcino ny. Fifteen years ago last Saturday n tcrrilile cyclone visited Kansas City. Twenty-eight lives wen lost. The greatest destruction to life was at the Lalhrop school, where a large bell in the tower,...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 May 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1901. NUMBER 29 i J. F. Buckles, ut Victor, Mo., renews for the Mkssauk. Tunics Iliekninn, nenr Clintiii, lost n horse from colic a few days 11 gO. Benton City Brass Band is practicing up for the summer pic nic. lime 11 Ccutralia will vote on a proposition to build a new $7,500 City hall. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Deck Hill, of Champ neighborhood, a daughter. The Wabash railroad is to spend $:),000,000 in the improvement, of its eipiipineuts. A splendid communication from Martinsburg arrived last week too late for publication. B. F. Oreur, who suffered a broken hip by a fall last winter, is able to get up town again. Master Emnictt (iannaway, at Martinsburg, is happy over the present of a new printing press. l'rof. Frank Douglass, principal-elect of the Martinsburg school, is in St. Louis for treatment of appendicitis. The State B. Y. V. U. Conven tion meets with the Mexico Bap tist church June 1S-20...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 May 1901

MESSAGE l'lililishcil Kvrrv Tliiirsiliiy. John Hifil, Kilitor and 1 ri l . Filtered lit tin' Postntlicc al Mexico, Mil. us second -class matter. TIIl'KSDAV, MAY l'.ml TliK expected is i;u Churchcs inn to lmppfii. Tin in a Mr..ss.iii: has Ihm-h Trust, looking for it. It is a coining trust niimii"; the rliurelios. It is an cxccptim! to the ruh there is a righteous (h'liiainl tor such a trust. It will save means ami energy in a good ly direetion. The I'lim has originated down in Toledo, Ohio. The , evangelieid chiiri'hes of that town are to form a real (rust. The ohjeet is to eon eentrate and economize ellnit, and to afTord a solid front against inii nieip.il, pnUic and private evils. The erection of uiim ssaiy churches will I iiosed. W here a iieighlxirhood has s 1 1 tl i i i -1 1 1 church accommodation, of whatev er denomination, the federation will stand against the erection of other churches. Where it is con ceded that a ucighliorhood needs a church a canvass of the lc will he made...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 May 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 2d, 1!M)1 Happened and Happening. Edgar Kent sick list. has been on the Sproul Academy closed its year's work last Saturday. J. 1). Bates, at Santa news for t lie Mkssauk. e, re By a vote of 1(11 to .'J the Lcgis lalure of Illinois iassetl an anti cigarette bill. Holla Melntyre, of this city, will be a teacher in the Missouri Milita ry Academy next year. Miss Catherine Allen, teacher in Hardin College, will study in Eu rope during the summer. W. J. Malum was thrown from a horse about a month ago and is still crippled in the back. The Dockery Rifles is a new or ganization among the cadets at the Missouri Military Academy. Decoration Day services in Mex ico May .'JO. Rev. .1. J. llickswill preach the memorial sermon. Deter Schneider, of Worcester, has 90 acres of tin; finest wheat to be found anywhere in the county. Mrs. G. A. Frank and children will leave in a few days for their new home nt Wilbur, Washington. F. A. Buckingham, of Jackson ville, 111., will f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 May 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 23, !!! InTheKabrich Building. Terms of Subscription : One Year l.. SIX Molllln VI CcllH. Tin street ear strike in Allniny, X. Y., wn declared off Inst week. The cotnintiy acceded to nil the dcinnnils of the strikers, mid the service was restored. One strike that worked. Sturgeon Leader: Xo wonder taxes are regularly colleeted. It took s,i; ::. 4G of tlit State's mon ey to try .fester. The Taylor ease cost sMl.'JTS.X.!. And Missouri spent .VIO on Duestrow liefore it finally broke his neek. James (iiiulan, near this eity. has had eight head of horses and mules to die since the tirst of the year. He lost a tine horse only the other day which he valued at about $"J"'0 Mr. Quintan is uite n breeder of fine horse stock, own ing at present about "JtHI head. (icorge Hobertson, K. I). !ra hain and !. A. (ilaudon served notice on the eity lust week that no injunction would be ailicl for before .fudge Hughes, 1 u tie .'J, re straining the eity or its agents from tear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 May 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1901. NUMBER 30 Laddonin ling 2.').) children of school age. A page ad. in Bryan's Common er one time costs $33G. The oil fever has broken out ov er ut Liberty, Mo., too. Macon City has four newspapers the Republican, Times, Citizen and Democrat. James H. Robertson, of this city, has been granted a pension of six dollars u month. Miss Uose White, of this city, has been elected to a position in Montgomery City public schools. Jesse Bass, at Louisiana, Mo., sends a dollar for the Message and speaks a good word for the paper. Five cadets were dismissed in disgrace from West Point last week. They had been found guil ty of hazing. Drs. J. It. Fntts andE.S. Cave, of this city, will be delegates to the American Medical Association to be held in St. Paul next month. Miss AdaTurlcy, of Skinner.and Misses Stella Snidow and Lizzie Miller both of this city, graduate from William Woods' College at Fulton this...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 May 1901

CKtiTCHCO roR Mexico Missouri Message JOHN BEAL, Publisher. MEXICO Missol Kt J. Pirpont Morgan did tint have 1 1: i t o everything lionght In this v. mini y before hp crossed the sea, hut hp left n man I') charge on this side to pick tip what few trilles hp hail happcued to overlook. Thp recent reference In Youth'.; Com panion to San Uprnnnllno minify, Cal ifornia, ns the largest In the I "ti i '! States, has brought out the fact that there la one pvcn larger -Custer coun ty, in Montana. The one contains lit. H7 square miles, the other 20,4!0. In the Interest of accuracy, therefore, the palm must he transferred from Cali fornia to Montana. The Geneva correspondent of the McKinlejr has Informed President Kruger of the Transvaal that Iip can not receive him, either officially or un oftlclallr. No doubt that story will give comfort In IxjihIoh, and It can do no harm anywhere else. We may bo very sure that If President Krugcr vis Its Washington he -will he received with all the honors b...

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