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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 August 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2Q, 1901. NUMBER 43 Horn, to K. S. Wilson mid wife, a daughter. L. G. lNtwell, the paper hanger, will move to Oklahoma. Vandalin is to have a colt show the IGth of next moiitli. A. J. Winseott is spoken of as a prospective candidate for Circuit Clerk of Audrain. The eighteenth annual St. Ijou'is exposition opens Sept. 'Jth and continues t( Oet. 1 tli . The Wabash l.ailroad shipped out 12G ears of live stock from Mexico during the mouth of July. Miss Elcetra Withers, of this city, fell the other day and her arm was fractured in three places. It is reported that farmers to the northeast of Mexico, some of them, will raise from l. to 40 bushels of corn to the acre. The State Capitol grounds at Jefferson City are to be ornament ed with a cannon captured in the Spanish-American war. Some of Cincinnati's big car riage factories have declared their sympathy with the steel trust's war on organized labor b...

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. — 29 August 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, Atdt'ST l!K)l Published Every Thursday. John Heal, I'ditor mid Proprietor Kntcrcd lit till' I'ostollico lit Mexico, Mil., II SCCOIld-clllSS 111 i 1 1 1 -r. Tiik Mf.ss.wiK is not There Are (lie only newspaper Others in thin section of Missouri which dares to stand 11 1 against tin saloon in id the Iii tii- evil. Tin lionisiiina I'ri'ss is a hitter from the shoulder against this enrse of our country. Last week it referred to the local situation and nlso hit Mexico a rap. It said: "Mexico has three saloons and Loirsiuna has ten. Mexico and Louisiana are about the same si.e. Is there any Rood reason why Louisiana should drink over three times as much liipior as Mexico? Will Louisiana ever awaken to the fact that her life blood is being sapped to feed the liquor power?" "The Mexico city council is go ing to reduce the saloon license on account of the drouth, hut it is safe to say that it won't reduce the merchants' license. And yet the merchants have doubtless suf f...

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. — 29 August 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. At'OUST "!), 1901 Happened and Happening. Joe Jesse, nt Laddonia, is down with tlic typhoid fever . Miss Narnli Gibbons tenches the l'rnirie Lea school again this year. Mr. II. C. Fisher, of Santa Fe, made this ofllce a pleasant business call Tuesday. Miss Lcbbia Hall took charge of the Hurdcl school, southwest of Thompson, this week. Ed. M. Morris, of Thompson, and Miss Burgie Roberts, of Liberal, Mo., have been licensed to wed. Capt. C. T. Allen will address the Ex-Confederate reunion at Auxvasse. the Gth of next month. Mrs. .1. W. McCubbin, at Lad donia, is suffering from injuries received from a fall a few days ago. Mr. J. H. Dudley and Miss Ada (Jilbert, both of Callaway county, were united in marriage in this city Tuesday. V. 1). Lee, of Macon, has bought the interest of his brother, (ieorgc Lee, here in the Ilisey & Lee livery stables. A. F. Cmstaddt, 7 years old, an uncle of Mrs. II. C. Fisher, of near Santa Fe, has been very sick, but is uow much b...

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. — 29 August 1901

mm THE MESSAGE' TIII KSDAY. Al til ST-.Vi, l'.iol InTheKabrich Building. 7'i nun ( Siihsfrii'linii : t i n- Yi-:tr. . M Mnlltli: irlllv A CUKIOUS UlliD. Young Mark Twain Got the Scientists. Mark Twain's fat Imt whs an or nithologist. lit1 luitl several frit-mis vlii were also enthusiasts tin tin sul j-i-t tif birds. Wht-m-vrr mix tun- tif thrin ilist-ovcrcd a rara nis it was tin- custom In liavt- a con sultation. Mark lial Im-i-ii a wit-in-ss til' several tif Hum- liinl iu-iiii-sts ami Inn) mitt-il tin- delight tin- ulil iiit-t) took in lisi-iisiiiLr a new found spcciiiii'ii. One da it in tiuti'iI to liim tn iiii nli' tin' llannilial ornithologist with a pal circus in tin- I'nrin til' a I i i I . I If killftl a crow ami nNt a bain aid rooster. Plucking mil tin- tail ti-al lii-rs tif Imt li t In' crow ami tin-iiHinsti'i-, In- snlistitnli-il tin- roos ter's tail feathers fur tlmsf uf tin1 crow, ) i'i t 1 1 1 i-i 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 cll'i'i-l. Win n In- hail tin- specimen nii-rh prep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 September 1901

souri Message. Mexico Mis VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1901. NUMBER 44 Hoy Btirkhart has located in St. Louis. y V. A. Boggs mid family have moved here from Sturgeon. J. W. Kddings, of Santa Fe, lias moved to Center, Halls county. Last Thursday a marriage li cense was issued to Mr. M. O. Armstrong, of Worcester, and Miss Emma Hall, of Santa Fe. State Senator M. It. K. Biggs lias appointed David Kobertson, of this city, as a cadet from this sen atorial district to the Missouri University. The Centralin Courier says that a man in that town went to the postofliee and without thinking what he was about got out a cork screw to open his lock box. All depends on habit. The editor of the Carthage Press says frying size chickens in that burg had never seen rain, and when a shower came up one day last week they chased after the drops, thinking they were bugs. The Vandalia Leader says: J. 1$. Owen, of Mexico, was here Sat urday in search of a man who stol...

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. — 5 September 1901

THE MESSAGE THUKSDAY, SEPT. 3. 1001 Published Every Thursday. John Itftil, Eilitor and Proprietor. Kntcrcd nt the l'ustofllce nt Mexico, Mn., ni second -class mutter. Tiik Hon. Cliiuni No Jug- Clark said to tin St. gllng. Louis Itrpulilii tin other day in announ cing his candidacy for tin' Cnited States Senate: "Hiinetallism without regard to ratio is the broad road to goldlmg dom, whieh so many have travel ed before. 1 am utterly opposed to following the trail of Kepulili eans and eainping ly the ashes of their old eamplires. Democracy should be a living, moving, force ful, progressive thing, with aims, theories, principles and objects of its own, and not merely u bnbcl of caterwauling votes. "If we abandon the faith are not the people !iite likely to abandon nsf Political time-servers and weather-cocks may forget; but. the people, oh! the people have a wonderful memory! They want no juggling. They will tol erate no Doctor .lekyll and Mr. Hyde performance on the money question when...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 September 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1901 Happened and Happening. County Court is in session. Mexico public schools open next Tuesday. Audrain Circuit Court meets next Monday week. i Missouri lias 1!) counties township organization. with Horn, Aug. '2't, to Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Kelly, at California, Mo., a daughter. The ex-Confederates are enjoy ing their reunion at Auxvasse to day. Miss Lucy Lemon, of Wes(boro, will attend school in Mexico thru the coming year. W. II. Morris says that he will he in the race for Circuit Clerk in the campaign next year. Low water at the water works pond has forced discontinuance of the sprinkling of our streets. Mr. Alfred Larsen and Miss Gertrude Weimer, both of this city, are announced to marry the loth of this month. Constable Muir went down to St. Louis last week and arrested A. C. Jones on the charge of sell ing mortgaged property. Mr. Fred Roberts and Miss Bes sie McKee, south of Mexico, were married last week, Dr. .1. B. Hawkins performing the ceremo ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 September 1901

' c: . v.-.'-.-r , rfF MESSMGE TIll'KSDAY. SKIT. :, 1!MI In The Kabrich Building. T' rms of Snlisi riilinH : (in- Year il mi. Si Months Mliints. A WOMAN'S BRAVERY. Prevented a Massacre New Page of History. Di'iiviT. Col.. Atij-. l's. Mnnila would liiivc lici'ii en t ii I'i'il ninl luiriit'd nml (lie iiilialiitinils niitssii crcd if it linil not Imtii fur the linivery of out1 woiiiim the wile of Atfiiiniildo. TIhtc wns n well pliiiiui'il sclii'ini- ii yenr 11111 l"st Mn.v for n 'I'lii rnl iiirisinir of tin' unlives in Maniln. Tin plnn was to sit tires in vnriolis i!irts of tin' suliiirlis, ii serifs of tires wliieli would divert tin' attention of tin "linnls mid wliili" tliey were lmsy extinguishing these lires in outly ing sections, the insiin tos were to storm tl ity. Onlers h:id liecn riven for n wholesale massa cre of men, women mid children. All this was prevented liy the loyalty and devotion of Mrs. Af uinalclo, who at the risk of her life, lictraycd the plans to the ofli; ccrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 September 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1901. NUMBER 45 The Mnrtinsburg creamery has been closed down for sonic time. Sliclt Douglass and family, of Benton City, have moved to Mexico. C. A. Shotwell purchased n stock of harness nt Chillieothe and will move the goods to Farber. Rev. John Allen, a well known Holiness preacher, is conducting n revival meeting nt Centralia. Hon. 1). A. Hall, of Pike coun ty, still has the distinction of be ing the "ugliest white man in the State of Missouri." Jesse Carter, west of Mexico, while hauling water was thrown from his wngon nnd as a result suffered a broken rib. Champ Clark and dipt. C. T. Allen made the two big speeches lit the ex-Confederate reunion at Auxvasse last week. The Sturgeon Leader says that George Hombe, of near that place, planted an acre of watermelons this season and sold them for $'2K). The Centralis Courier favors a series of joint debates by W. J. Slone and Champ Clark, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 September 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SKl'T. 12. 1901 ruhlishrd Every Thursday. Jolin liriil, Editor ami I'ropriclor. KlltlTI'll at tin- Postollll-C lit Ml'Xll'O. Mo., n" MiM'iiml-rliis nuittiT. Hkre is a kernel or 'The Third two from llryan's Needs It. Labor day speech nt Kansas City last week : "Tin; lalior organization is n ne cessity. It is likewise a Messing, not only to tho man who hclongs to it, lint to the man who is on the outside of it. Tin-re is a sentiment which irevails anions a good ninny people that labor is not an honor- alde thine There are societies so' exelnsive in regard to inenilicrship rolls that a candidate for admission to it is compelled to show, by fam ily records, two generations be tween himself and labor. They don't dure make it more than two general ions, for if they did tiny wouldn't be able to get any mem bers. About three generations tells the story of many a family, (hie generation makes the fortune, the second spends it and the third needs it." It may be a good La...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 September 1901

YT.' jvtrimx.m Minn i THE MESSAGE THURSDAY . KEPT. 12, 1901 Happened and Happening. Horn, to (irant Heal and wife, of Laddouia, a son. The State Fair at Sedalia is in progress this week. Tin- Baptis hit holding it re vivid meeting lit ltenton City. Prof. J. X. Cross oicin'd school last week in the Duly district. Miss Nina Mmidy, in Maple Drove neighborhood, has the ty phoid fiver. (ieorge Kobcrtson and C. Hiirncs. the attorneys, lmve A. dis- solved partnership. Arthur Todd and wife, lately Kansas City, are now residents Martintsburg, this eouuty. of of Mrs. D. V. Campbell is wanting fri: from the city for aliened in juries received on a sidewalk. Audm'm Circuit Court opens next nionday. The complete dock et in this issue of the Mkssahe. Middle Urove Academy, north of Sturgeon, has been sold and will he converted into a public build ing. A . .1. Winscott has resigned as councilman from the Third ward tins residence now in the Fourth ward. Miss Anna Wylie, of Indianapo lis, Indiana, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 September 1901

WE MESSAGEChamtaark's War Talcs TIU'KSDAY. SKl'T. 1J, InTheKabrich Building. Terms of Hnlscriitiit : One Year . . Is Month.. 1.im. mi rent POSITION EXPLAINED. lion. W. W. Botts Has a Word for the Public. Lust week (lie Yimi1;ili;i IjfinliT imlilislicd tin- ft J 1 wi 11 It'll"'!1: 'n!ilnliii. M"., Sept. '.I. I nsk nice in lb"' Lentler for ii fi'W words rcfinnlinjf tlint interview in tin- Mexico ljMij.'rr. Killiei- (In1 ri'liorti'i' f.iili'il to mili'r-t:mil ni"1 or I fuili-il to express invsilt' cur-rci-llv. I inn for ('liiuiii ('lurk for I'liili'il Stall's Senator, not liociuise In1 is from this ('niiressioinil Iis trii't, lint for his own snke; ln--ennse I lielieve lit; iin'iisiiri's up to thf full stnniliirtl of st'iiiitorinl re tiiirt'iiii'!its. With ('liiiuii Clink out of the nice I mil lit present for V. .1. Stone; lmt inn not for liny mini for any place "first, lust uml nil tin1 time." I lielieve our present system of taxation, lioth State ami natioiuil, is in most respects ii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 September 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1901. NUMBER 46 School inarms arc getting settled in tlieir new homes for u long, hord year's work ami had hoys ere humming: Now for Miicils, now for hooks, Now for teachers' homely looks. Ccntrolio'is one tiny fair is in progress today. The Mexico wagon factory open ed for business this week. J. A. Potts' Thornton Star car ried off two first prizes at the Si dalia State Fair. K. C Waters, of Vandalia, is talked of as a prospective candi date for representative. S. ('. Yager and faintly, of Lou isiana, have moved to this city. Mr. Yager has employment with the ('. & A. liailnmd. The V. & A. is going to build a new water tank at the Furber pond, like the steel frame structure re cently erected ill this city. The only defect in the living machines, from the time of Icarus down, seems to be that they either do not fly, or fly to pieces. BVflcKflOVllLIEY IS DEAD. The Assassin's Bullet A...

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. — 19 September 1901

nirr mi - THE MESSAGE Tlll'HSDAY, SKl'T. lit. 1!t(1 Published Every Thursday. Jolm Ileal, Editor and Proprietor. Kntcrcd nl. tin1 Postolllee ut Mexico. Mo., lis second -class inattrr. STATISTICS sllOW tlillt Two onp-lialf of tin- land Conditions in the Cuited Slates is owned liy one per cent of the people; tlint the liil'orj of tlm country is burdened liy four million mni-tfragcs; that only twenty-live per cent of the in-npl.-own their homes. Senate Document No. "'!, "il'tli Conojress, first session, shows tli.it tin' railroad: of this country run carry freight for one-tenth of what thry now charge. The l'.lh An nual L'eport of (lie Commissioner of Lnlior of the Tinted States shows that it costs less than otic lenth as inneli to carry passengers in this country as the railroads charge. Here are two conditions, both against the masses, conditions that must not continue. There must. In some cheek upon this day of commercialism ami grasping. The cunning have got ten control of the heri...

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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. — 19 September 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 1!. 1901 Happened and Happening. Heavy frost in this section Tuesday night . Kev. .1. W. Yohe hits been en gaged in ii revival meeting lit Hush Hill. A tiiarter of tin inch rainfall in this section' Monday night. This will help tin1 full grass. Mrs. .1. M. Marmadiikc, of this city, is in St. Louis where she wiil enter the Masonic Home to reside lierinnnently. Karl Atkins, south of Mexico, killed a pelican the. other day that measured ten feet from tip to tip of its wings. The bird's hill meas ured 18 inches. Charles Wilkin, of Strother, a brother of the Wilkins brothers of the Huston Shoe Store here, has moved his family to Muskoga, In dian Territory. Mayo Hodman, of Moberly, last Friday was sentenced to '2 years in the penitentiary for killing Charles Davis, father of the girl he would marry. Dr. Porter's sermon at the Hap tist church last Sunday night on the subject "Anarchy and the Liquor Traffic Twin Demons," at tracted much attention. Rev. John Jesse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 September 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 1901 In The Kabrich Building. Tmiis nf Subsrriiilion : One Year l ' BEES TO KILL. Agricultural Department Finds Ally In the Philip pines. ("Wee. sleekit, timorous, cow erin' I it - t i i . What makes thee rln iiway sue hustle? Why sir a panic In tliy liri'iistir'.'" The Afirifulturii! Dcimrtmenl at Vu.,liinntii in to make a deter mined attack upon (lie American field mouse. His extermination in certain localities lias lieen re solved upoii and tlie I'liilippiue hiunlileliee is to lie liron'lit into service as the executioner. This was the statement innlie ly Professor C. II. Uiley of the de partment of the division of en tomology, who will devote a year ill the Philippines to the study of hugs and insects of the archipela go. The "humming !ird" lnim lilchee of the Philippines will lie one of the main olijeets of his in (piiry. It is planned to import I lie liig lire of tin- Philippines into the United Slates that hi; may make war upon the American field m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 September 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1901. NUMBER 47 The Missouri Presbytery is in session nt Centralis this week. Mr. nml Mrs. John Graham now oeeupy their beautiful new dwell ing on North Jefferson street. 15eu O. Sims, Jr., northwest of this city, will engage in the lum ber business at Holdcnsvillc, I. T. The Lender says that the real es tate valuation in Vandulia is $177, 110; ersonal roierty valuation, $17G,0X). B. H. Middleton, of this city, carried off first prize for the best saddle mare at the Ccntralia fair last week. The Missouri Military Academy opened last week with a largely increased attendance over that of last year. Oilman Littrell, of Roweua neighborhood, thinks of moving to Colorado. He lately disposed of his farm. Mr. Homer II. Creaseyand Miss Lulu Biggers, both of this county, were married in this city last Thursday, Rev. J.J. Porter offici ating. Mr. David A. Wilson, of Mexi co, aud Miss Bertha Cousins, of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 September 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SKIT. 2fi. Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, Editor bih! Proprietor. Kntcrcd Ht tin- I'ost.iftlcp tit Mi'ilc", Mo., iwrond-chis mutter. OlH Middle Lick cor Let's Be resondedt sends the Calm. MkssauE the follow ing, referring an to what should Ih done with anarch ist : "For once this writer docs not agree with the AIkskahk. In stead of putting them in mad houses and feeding and clothing them at the expense of the gov ernment, would lie in favor of putting them on ships and fur nishing them free transportation to some eonntry where it will he iinHssihle for theni ever to get hock." G. J. Dodds, of Darlington, Mo., looks ot the matter with yet a little more feeling. He says: "I see numerous propositions in the papers of how to dispose of the anarchists. My idea would he for Congress to select one of the new islands of the Danish West Indies and put a eordou of guard boats around it. Then put every man that won't support the Con stitution of the United States, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 September 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, HE1T. 26, 1901 Happened and Happening. The city's tax levy is on tlie hundred dollar. "0 cent Mrs. Alice Hull Lewton, north of Laddonia, litis Wen very sick. The C. & A. people nrc putting n new roof on their freight depot here. The contract for the new Meth odist church in this city is to lie let in a short time. The Meksauk received some in tcrestinir items from Laddonia Inst week too late for insertion. Mr. Charles L. Butts and Miss Edna S. Maiden, both of Vanda lia, were licensed towed last week. Mexico's two new rural mail de livery routes will be established November 1st, one south and one north. Miss Mattie Potty's music class at Rush Hill gives a reeital at the Methodist church in that town next Saturday night. Miss Katherine lliude, of this city, is a teacher in Marion Col lege, Kentucky. .She went to her work two weeks since. Opening services of the new Baptist church at Vandulia will be held October 1 and 2. Rev. A.M. Vardeman is the pastor. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 September 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. '-'(i. 1!01 In The Kabrlch Building. Term of S' bsrriifion : Our Yi-iir l.i. GRAVEL ROADS. G. P. Moore Has a Word Say on This Question. to Kihtoh Mkssauk: lMeilSi be kind enough to allow ine space in your excellent paper to say a few words in regard to Dr. Hawkins and his gravel road scheme. I nm proud to say I have known Dr. Hawkins tliirty-two years. He is a careful observer, a (dear think er, an earnest worker, with the courage of his convictions. A man is seldom found more thoroly unseltlsh than he. His business not only enables him to realize our great need of good roads, but forces uiKin him the knowledge of the peculiar needs of the people in this and surrounding counties on account of the recent drouth. The farmers in the neighbor hood in which I lived twenty years ago made wheat-raising a special ty. Hannibal was our market place. The rock road before men tioned, between Xew Loudon and Hannibal, covered about half the distance. Of course wo could...

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