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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 October 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1901. NUMBER 48 f A TOO TIGHT SHOE-A WARNING f Utile Mis Siip wore a Unlit hIhm-, A corn Inside of It grew, it grew. Listen, my (tears, what I say Ik true. That corn grew fimtcr than most corn do. Hut Sue wan promt, inn Mioe wan new, She woro It till the corn Kpx-(l thru And grew a tall Malk, tall ax you. With car and arnm and tusMs. tmi. Then Sup Iht folly mili'h did rue. Hut w hat could Sup or anyone do? Hit (hop wpnt green, her hair hlew l.lkn corn silk heavy wet with dew. A few weeks pnxMed and no one knew Which was stalk and which was Sue. And this ynur fate may hp. if you In false pride wear a too-tight shoe. Kmlly France Smith. Farbcr is now without a lumber yard. Smallpox in Monroe City. two families at Our Skinuer uews letter too late for )ublieation last week. The C. & A. will put electric headlights on all their engines. It. II. Cauthoru says the Popu lists have "gone out of bus...

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. — 3 October 1901

THE MESSAGE) THUHSDAY, OCT. .1. I!(t1 Published Every Thiirsduv, Jolm Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Filtered at the I'osMllec lit Mexico, Mit., as second-class matter. Therk seems to be n War differenee in the con Troubles elusion renehed by Go On. two expert observers of iifTnirs in tin Phil ippines. Adjutant Oenernl (.'or bin and Col. William Phelps, just back from the archipelago, have been Riving their views. "How are things in the Philip pines?" Col. Phelps of Missouri was asked. "Well," he. replied. "I think we are having pretty hard sledding over there, but I guess we will come out all right in the end." Wen. OWhin tried to make it appear that the war was over. While there might be brigandage there would lie no more real light ing, lit; said. Now comes the report that ol men out of Company C of the Ninth Regiment have been killed in Southern Samar, in the Philip pine Archipelago, and that 21 men who escaped are badly wound ed. I'pou the above the St. Louis Chronicle comments: ...

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. — 3 October 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 51, 1901 Happened and Happening. Born, to S. F. Henry and wife, at Farbcr, a girl. John X. brown and family will spend t ho winter in Texas. Henry Mann returned home re eently from employment in St. Lntt in. Joseph Max well niul family leave this week for St. Louis to remain thru the winter. There were four accessions to the M. E. Church, South, in Mex ico last Sunday night. Kev. J. J. Porter is conducting a revival meeting at Hopewell church, went of Mexico. Mrs. Emma beadle and daught er, Mrs. Doss, of this city, will move to St. Louis this week. Fred Jacobson, formerly of this city, is now engaged in the hotel business at Santiago de Cuba. W. G. Armstrong, of near Worcester, h now traveling for the Decatur Grocery Company. Dennie Sanncbeck, of this city, is suffering from a broken bone in one arm. barn door blew shut upon him. The old fair grounds site, in southwest Mexico, containing 8.1 acres, was sold last Saturday to J. V. botts, C. VV. Lewis, J. T....

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. — 3 October 1901

77F MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. :i. l!ol InTheKabrich Building. Terms of Su bxrrii)tin : Olio Year t U. End of Quarrel Over a Dog. Louisiana, Mo., Sept. '2. A feud of long standing between l)aniel Bowcu and Wight (iilluiii, merchants at Ashley, this county, culminated yesterday in the shoot ing of (iilluin liy Boweu. As Gil linn was opening his store, Bowcu fired on liim from a liai'ii across the road, with a gun loaded witli buckshot. The first charge hroke one of (iillum's wrists. The sec ond took effect in the nliilomeii. The two ineli have liccu enemies for years They quarreled origin ally over a dog. Several mouths ago (iillum shot at Bowcu. Then Bowcu shot at Gilliim, Only one or two shots took effect. Iloth were hound over to keep the peace. Boweu surrendered to the oflieers. (iillum's condition is dangerous. President Roosevelt. The following story is told con cerning the man who has succeed ed McKinlcy to the Presidency: Hiding ahout his ranch one day he noticed a maverick from ...

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. — 10 October 1901

t Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1901. NUMBER 49 It is said that the trust has made a cut hi the price of sugar. John Cook, of St. Charles, is the new night telegraph operator at this place. Teachers' institute at Rush Hill aturday, October 19. Program in this issue of the Messaok. J. A. lotts' Thornton .Star won first premium in the saddle ring at the Illinois State Fair last week. The lottery system will prevail again in the new Indian lauds soon to be opened to settlement. M. E. Huffman, near Laddonia, believes in the use of commercial fertilizers. He has tried it on his Audrain farm uud says it pays. Two hundred car loads of com have lately been shipped into Cen tralia. The Courier thinks this n cost of $!)(),000 and winter not here yet. Thomas Thurman, at Rush Hill, lost his barn by lightning recent ly. He also lost a horse, a hog, his harness and other valuables with the barn. That hazed student at Columbia last week...

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. — 10 October 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 10. 1001 Published Every Thursday. J oli n Ural, Kditor and Proprietor Kiitcred Ht the I'lwfciWci' at Mrsim. Mo., lis accoml-Hax mutter. It is refreshing to Here's To know a ninii, n real Senator tnnn, a brave mini, a dI&SS. man who ciin say to nil the offers and en tieenietiN of old Mttnii, "4et thee behind me." Wo think this char aeter is found in Senator Biggs, ami the. anualia Leader says nothing amiss in the following: No one has ever served tlx State Senate with less ostentation and more credit than M. H. K Biggs, of Audrain. It nuiv lie of interest to his constituents to know that he not only always voted right on nil measures, hut he was the active foe of all shady legisla tion. So bitterly did he fight tin lobby and those who accepted bribes from that source that hi was several times threatened with personal violence. Iiut a little . thing like that never deterred him from serving the people with com age and distinction. Senator liggs did not ...

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. — 10 October 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 10, 1901 Happened and Happening. Robert Benin is home from lnhoinii. Ok- Miss Belle Inlow will spend winter in California. the The Beuiner Bros, nre building un addition to their store nt Molino. Cunningham & Casper nre the euttle mid hog sliipptTM of Rush Hill. Many horses nre dying in north west Missouri from nn epidemic of influenza. Fire destroyed Mrs. Uufus His cy's burn and wood shed Monday nfternoon. Mrs. II. E. Cluster is visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert Morris, at Martinsburg. Mrs. John Stumpf died at her home in this city Tuesday. Fun eral yesterday. Miss Ressie Reynolds starts to day for an extended visit to relatives at Higbee. X. P. Smith and family, of Mo lino vicinity, will spend the wiu ter at Lacodia, Arkansas. Mesdames Robert Johnson aud Wallace Pearson of this city, are visiting at Indianapolis, Indiana. Mrs. J. B. Wright, of Youngs Creek, is home after a six week's visit with relatives in Saline county. A two-story building called t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 October 1901

if If-. t ? ft.-- rar MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 10. 1!)01 In The Kabrich Building Ti rms of Niibxcriitin : Oii Year... l-" Audrain Cases. Audrain will have tit teen cases in tlie St. Lou in Court of Appeals, term beginning tlx; 1 -tt 1 1 of .laiiiui ry, 1!)02, and lusting three (lays: Moiimnciital Bronze Co. vs. Elizabeth Doty s estate; iii'lion on contract. Mary Sulliviiii vs. Covenant Mutual Life Insurance Co.; action on life insurance policy. (irecn Clay vs. City of Mexico; fiction for damages. Charles Cardwell vs. Win. Stew art. Daisy Armstrong vs. AM. Arm strong. Keid Murdoch & Co. vs. F. Mer curio, Insurance Co.; garnishee garnishment. James M. Beagles vs. Mary 15. Beagles; action of replevin. (Jeorgc Robertson et al vs. Cov enant Mutual Life Insurance Co., of St. Louis; bill to rescind con tract. V. J. Long vs. T. K. Ionium; action of interpleader. M. A. McYey vs. H. L. Marker; action of replevin. J. T. Johnson vs. Win. Feeht's estate; action on contract for salt of land. Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 October 1901

' r -y-r . I . Mexico Missouri Message. , : VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1901. NUMBER 50 v.v Accessory to the Murder of a Child. Twelve Months In Prison Light Sentence. Last week Addie Crawley, eol orcd, was allowed to plead guilty to manslaughter in the killing of her six-year-old child, Corintha Crawley, which oecured ou the 3th of August last, and Judge Hughes sentenced the woman to five yenrs in the penitentiary. However, there was much trouble in getting her to plead. Her attorneys give out the following statement, for publication: "Addie Crawley denies to the very last any connection whatever with the murder of her child. However, after hearing the evi dence at both the coroner's inquest and the preliminary trial, we were of the opinion that the evidence and surrounding circumstances tended to prove her guilty. We accordingly advised and urged her to plead guilty to manslaughter and receive n sentence of live years imprisonment, which unde...

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 October 1901

1 4; !3 I,' I1 L THE MESS ICE THURSDAY. OCT. 17, Published Every Thursday. John Uriil, Editor ami Proprietor, I'.ntiTi'd nt ilii- l.Ml.nii-i' nt. MfSli'o. Mil., lit ci'lll-l'lll:S III II It IT. Ridiculously Absurd. Til eh K has Itt'i'ii some 1 it t It fun in Mexico the past week. Tint oe fusion was an cl it rin 1 in one (if our daily ia pcrs . It was vigorous Mini original, hut uncalled for, yet it made the fun. Those two And Snloon League fellows was the subject, tho a defense ot our sa loons was the aim. These two men referred to pro fessed to be ministers of the gos pel, one a Methodist and the other a baptist. The v etune to Mexieo ami opened up on the saloons, speaking at the Presbyterian and Christian Churches. They made one charge that cut to the marrow, namely, that our saloons an- vio lators of the law, in that they car ry on their nefarious business on the Sabbath day, it further being intimated that our otlieials are derelict of duty in enforcing the law against these pla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 October 1901

."I IK it if THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 17. 1901 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Teachers' institute at Hush Hill next Saturday. Joi' Kt'lldltll is tilt! I1CW HIlll'SIMIIIl for 8. & X. Philip. Twenty-nine students tit the University have been suspended for hazing. Hubert Armstrong hits returned home from St. Charles where he has been employed. The dog poisoner is loose again in this city. Twelve or more ca nines got. hold of the wrong food recently. John Maxwell has sold his stock of goods in Hush Hill to A. L. Yarnell. Stock invoiced near $:),()(K). A coterie of negroes tried to rob Joe Wall, the Chinaman, last Sat urday. Four of the gang were arrested. Charles Steele, son of J.J.Steele of this city, has a fine position with the Ooddard Wholesale tiro eery Co. of St. Louis. A union prayer meeting service is being held at the Mexico Mon roe street Baptist Church. It will continue thru the week. M. B. Guthrie, of this city is harvesting his apple crop in South Missouri. It is stated his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 October 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 17, 1901 InTheKabrich Building. Twin of Sitlixrripfioii : (n Vi-ar !. A DARING SCHEME. To Connect Asia and Amer ica By Railroad. Washington, O-t. 1 1 ." If there shall lie no liitch in present plans, it will lit' possible within six years for n person to travel from Paris to Washington in the same cur anil without a single change." This prediction was nimh' today liy Loicg tie Lohcl of Paris, who has conic to Washington tonnfohl his plans to President Kooscvclt and other government oflleials. Mr. Lobcl, who has lieeli identilied with many important enterprises in France, has just returned from Alaska, where he has lieen for four years superintending surveys and prospecting. He represents a French syndicate and he proposes to organize an American and a Russian syndicate, each of which will be affiliated with the French syndicate in bringing a huge pro ject into tangible form. The plan is to build a railroad in Alaska from F.agle City to the Behring Sea at a...

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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. — 24 October 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1901. NUMBER 51 ALAS, POOR BUFFE. He "Sees Things," Likely Looking to a Plea of Insanity. His Dead Wife Visits Him In the Night. Alfred lluffe, the coal luiuer, who killed his wife at Vuudtilia a short time ogo, told the Vandalia Lender the other day that his wife had been making him visits from the other world of late. Some think Buffe's story is his first step to a pleading of insanity when his trial eouies np at the next term of the Audrain comity Circuit Court. The Leader publishes the follow ing: Alfred Buffe, who is in jail at Mexico for killing his wife, has been "seeing thiugs." He claims to lie able to see and commune with departed friends and has had some actual experience along this line recently. Since his incarcera tion a few weeks ago, he claims to have had two visits from his wife On her first visit she came into his cell and, approaching the cot upon which he was lying, placed...

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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. — 24 October 1901

I" 7,. v "t. 4,; "N. V -la.: 'h- -i i' f ;-v,- V'V. MaS MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. '24, 1901 Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, Kditor and Proprietor KnliTi-d nt tin1 l'natoWi'i' lit Mexico, Mil, nit hivoiiiI-cIhm mutter. Figures About Sugar. Not a man, woman or child in Aiiilriiin, and t lie whole conutry, but who is inte rested in the n -sumption of sugar. AH want it n.s cheaply as (hoy can get it, but are we gutting it that way! We think not. The trust is having its way and the tariff is the other barrier, giving the trust excuse to advanee prices. We, like the Hon Champ Clark, do not believe in tariff reform. Suppose we have a little more free trade? Here is something from Willelt & (tray, publishers of the "Week ly Statistical Sugar Trade Jour nal." It will help yon a little on figuring on the effects of the tariff: "The total consumption of sugar in the U.S. last year was 12,210,847 tons, and based on the average in crease of fi.34 per cent, during the past, 1!) years, 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. — 24 October 1901

4 1- , . -- . 1 4 V l ir MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 24. 1901 X HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Probate Court, November term, opens Nov. 11 mul holds five days. Al Jenkins, south went part of tlie :ity, hjst his burn by fire Tuesday night. Lewis Ketter, of this city, has been granted a pension of eight dollars a mouth. The girl students at the SteMj ersity hold dances uud no are invited. .8. P. Emmons' annual sale of -jtiiorthorn8 takes place the 7th and 8th of next month. Bishop Potter thinks Roosevelt did nothing improper in dining with Booker T. Washington. Rev. A. M. Vardeuiau, pastor of the Baptist Church atVandalia, is reported dangerously ill with dropsy. We learn that Eld. W. II. Hook and family, now located at Beth any, Mo., are arranging to move back to this city. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Morris, at Stocktou, California, a son. Mrs. Morris was formerly Miss Lulu Cross of this city. President Roosevelt seems uu moved by the criticisms of the Southern press of his entertaining Booker...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 October 1901

A-; '"? V :v ? ; " K wJ THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 24. 1!M In The Kabrich Building. Terms of Subscription : Onn Year !.' ON THE WRONG SIDE. "Ledger" Favors Saloons Too Bad An Edito rial Dodge. The following was written for the Mexico Ledger, hut declined )uhlieation. Mh. Knrrou: In helmlf of the Anti-Snloon people of Mexico I thnnk you for tin; space given me for my paper on the saloon. This yon were generous enough to do without liny diminution whatever. In this I fared better than at other places. You allowed nie to say just what I wanted to say, and without editorial comment. Your silence, however, was ominous. After sleeping on it and hcing twitted, possibly, by "Homebody"( ?) you decide to put yourself on rec ord as in favor of the saloon. I un very worry for that, for the other editor in on tho fence, and 1 very much fear is going to get down on the wrong side, and then the saloons will have both dailies advocating their eause and we will be put to great disadvantage in our fi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 November 1901

A ' ... i i' .1.. SSOURI -yi f lli Volume hi. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, . THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1901 r V NUMBER ; ...... ' Mi MESSAGS; I Vi U -4 TL H R II II ' " ' ' .4' 3 i f. . - y-, -. i .;:..-r Nvv. lit S5 ll'l III ft f aw RAILROAD. ' Will Get Out oods Yet. of S j- 'eww City, lift., Oct. 30. U'V :cr-tjry--of . 8Ute, Cook today Xrt -'i-artered the Minneola, New Flor- Cnoe itod' lliddlotown Railroad L ConafDy, 61 New Florence. The " j,1. '.rojid l to extend from Minneola wmnty distance ; of 80 miles Miuneola is to be tnioV' a health Yesdrt aad Middletown ia a coal V, inhiiii"g center. "H. -V .' 'Tiitffrtonche' t"",Wabash at New Flortm-Jhal iwrapany ha t t;; a capital etock of 300,000, and ? V'-'J? , , C '' 1$$ incorporators are Howard El- to IiaJWi SchoeDgerdt, II. E. v D' ScwIand.'C. Pearson, A. II Kall- racjer, George Lotton and C. II. K(rss all ot Montgomery county. f MATTRESS-CIDE. i ' i TL-r Must Be a Law Atfalnst the Cf Ime. t " . :ar tat from the St. Louis Globe ' De...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 November 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. 7, 1001 Published Every Thursday, John Iicnl, Editor and Proprietor. Knlcrcd nt Hie Postolllee nt Mexico, Mo., us sccond-cliiss mutter. It's Robbery. FnKMKit Senator Washburn is n Republican mid seems to In- gcl tin? into revolt with his urt.v on tin tariff I'ucstiou. Many readers of tin' Mkssaiik may he interested in studying the following, tin ix tract from a recent interview giv en out by Mr. Washburn. Mr. Waslibnrn is hunting for even a stronger word than "robbery" with which to express himself. The idea lie presents below illus trates the trust issue and the ef fect of the tariff all the way along; "Steel rails enn be manufactur ed today nt a fair profit and sold at $17. "0 a ton. At that ju ice tin rail mills would make a larger pro fit on their product than the (tour ing mills would make by a profit of 10 cents a barrel on (lour 'which the flouring mills would he glad to make, but do not. From the best information 1 have been able to gather, steel r...

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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. — 7 November 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1901 S HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. S Comity Court is in session. Rev. J. J. Hicks is on the sick list. : Fanners' institute at Auxvasse Nov. 11 nnd 12. V. D. Little, south of town.wns partially pnrnlyzed Monday. Mrs. George Slavens, of Rush Hill, fell nnd broke her arm Tues day. Banquets where "Angora veni son" is the only meat is a fad in Kansns City. Kansas thinks she has struck sure enough gold in the Smoky Hill region, western nrt of that State. The C & A. will have the bet ter thanks of this section when she puts on that early morning train going east. V. W. Harper, northeast cor ner of the square, has decided to close out and will ship his stock of goods to Oklahoma. Football game at the Academy grounds tomorrow at 3:30 between the M. M. A. team and the Soph omore team of the University. Who will tell that man convict ed recently of working on Sunday that there is an udvertised letter for him in the Mexico postofliccT A coroner's jury at Joliet, 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 November 1901

77F MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 7. l!)0l In The Karich Building Terms of Subscription : Oim Yi'ur 1.mi From County School Com mlssloncr. Many of thu teachers of the county have not yvt sent in their reports for the 1st tiiai ler. These reports nre required liy law hikI we trust that teachers will make their reports promptly. 1 will answer several inquiries liy sayinif: I have not sent out Mauks e iioiikI) for entire school term. Will send out more later. The (iicstioiis for 1st iiarter were received late and, therefore, did not reach many teachers in time for 1st examination. They were sent to district clerks ami in several eases were not turned over to the teachers. 1 am expecline; the ipiestiims for '-'nil examina tions every tiny ami will semi tlieni i out at once. The tileslions do not suit all classes. In such eases or where no questions are given for other class es, the teacher must make tpies tions. Write upon the Idank the name of every pupil. In the lirst col umn iini.ilier the ...

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