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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 November 1901

tiro '.vi - Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1901. NUMBER 2 VW-AliAj. A 4 SAMUEL CLEMENS Has Three Simple Reme dies for Three Sim ple Ailments. The Great Humorist Still Follows Laugh-Mak. Ing. Kverybody out here in Missouri likes Mark Twain 'speetwe would like him better if he lindn't settled down yonder among tbose aristo cratic Eastern Yankees. He was born over at Florida, Monroe coun ty, Mo., yon know. Mark Twain took a bund in walloping Tainum A ny down in New York lust week, making a number of campaign speeches. The other day he made n funny speech about some of his "discoveries," as regards a hair restorative and cures for indiges tion and dysentery. Head about it in the following dispatch: f New York, Nov.!). Mark Twain has a few simple remedies for simple ailments. In a speech last night he said: "Some years ago my hairegan to fall out. I knew a man ohlO years who hud a thick mop of hair. I asked him what the secre...

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. — 14 November 1901

"i;;-''rirWjwtn THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. 14, I'JOI Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. l'.utcred at tin1 l'(Mliillli' at Mci Md., us scrnnd-elass mutter. Democrutic unci Wight. TlIK M KSKAtIK KIlliHi'lilie lo till' following tnki'ii from the Paris Appeal. It it to t lie point nnd every lVniocrntio i;i ti in the State (ninlit to take up the ptcs tion iiiul urge it. It is the Stale primary iptestion. Hear what the Appeal says: Chump Clark has requested the State Committee to submit the senatorial ipiestion to .1 direct vote of the Democrats of Missouri l means of a State primary. !i. Stone, as usual, objects. He would have the people vote on the ipics- tion at their regular primary el tions, luit , us ('lark points out, this would disfranchise the I lent ' oerats who live in Ifcpuhlicau counties because they never hold primary elections. lie also fears the influence of the "Indians" in St. Louis and Kansas City, which is luit a confession of what is gen erall...

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. — 14 November 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 14, 1001 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Probate Court in in Region. Ten burinls in the Mexico ceme tery the last month. The County Court will convene again the 10th of next month. Thompson citizens will organ ize n Sunday School next Sunday. E.H. McDonald, late of Thomp son, has moved his family to Cen tralin. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cadwell, of Waverly, Iowa, will move to this city shortly. Hevival services are in progress at two of Mexico's churches, the Methodist and Baptist. Shock corn in the vicinity of Mexico is selling from 20f to "0.f per shock but not much selling. J. K. Johnson and George Ap ple, prosperous farmers near ltush Hill, each completed large barns on their farms recently. ' Fred Wieal, of Illinois, we learn, expects to locate in this county. He has been visiting J. J. Carpenter, on Youngs Creek. Preston Holcomb, of Bowling Green, was out duck hunting with a companion the other day and by the accidental dischnrgc of the companion's gun Ilolcomb...

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. — 14 November 1901

f i lly yiiiik rir MESSAGE, THURSDAY, NOV. 14. 1!MH j In The Karich Building.; 'Trims of Siilstripl ion : one Year l.m Iktitnn City i indnliii in tin luxury il stri'ft lumps. Tlic County Court iust'i'tel the County Poor Fiiim last Tliuisilay ninl found fvcry tiling in line xliiiiic. Tlio Metlnxlist ladies of this city elonri-cl mi even one liuinlrcd dol lars lust week ly tlieir enterliiin incnt,'A Trip Around tin- World." Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wells, a daulilcr. Mike ltrnndoii lias moved from Karlicr to Martiuslnir. .It'sst' liuskt'tt nnd family have moved hack to this county from Kansas City. Tho Salvation Army has iiit. Mexico for jjood. (iiven thi' work here up to the churches. 0. W. Hani, the M. W. A. hustler, is ii v doing service for that order nt Harrislmrtf. lie has been doinj; work lately at. (ilas Kow, Fayetto nnd Ai-mstroiij;. Kid. V. 1'. Dorsey, formerly of this county, has licen called for mini her year as postor of (he Christian Church at Fraukford at nn increns...

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. — 21 November 1901

i. f Mexico Missouri Message. :V". VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1Q01. NUMBER 3 RELIEF CAME, An Answer to the Plea ol a Horse. Don't Abuse The Faithful Animals That Serve You. Too many people tire abusive of the horso and of their other stock. We have seen it on the streets of Mexico and have observed it in other places of this county. In the thickly nettled centers they would not let you, if they found yon out. It does not pay in dol lars and cents, of course it does not. and manv oeople would do better if reminded occasionally. Find a "reminder" in the follow ing meanwhile don't starve your horse this winter, even if feed is scarce and costly: Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 13. In Humane Agent Kickseeker's mail Wednesday afternoon, was the fol lowing letter: "Icar Mr. Humane Ag ent: I am a poor, torlorn old horse. Many people pity me for my abject and dejected look, but some how no one seems able to do anything for me, and knowing you to bo n kind and...

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. — 21 November 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. 21, 11)01 Published Every Thursday. John Benl, Editor nnd Proprietor. Kntcred Bt llii l'ostolllcc ut Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. Good "Horse Sense." The following editorial is from the St. ljouis Chronicle. The in cident is the same ns referred (o by the Mk.ssahE hist week mid fits in well with the sentiments ex pressed in an article on the lirst page of the Mkssauk this week. The Chronicle's arguments are fit ly taken and what it says is 1 1 1 1 I i -eahle to most any thickly settled eonimnnily in the United States. Hear: Again has the President given indication of lieing a hig man. lie ordered an agent to buy some horses for him. The agent went out scouting, and notified Koosevcll that he had found just such horses as the President want ed. They were nice, lug fellows, with their tails docked in the most fashiouahle style. Said Roosevelt : "I don't want docked horses. Docking is cruel ty, and I don't lielicvo in it." The President is a man who s...

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. — 21 November 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 21. 1901 5 tlAPPENCD AND HAPPENING. S Rev. W. A. Hiuinii is assisting in a revival meeting at the Meth odist church in Centrolia. Snakes crawled out and fed on U6 canaries for Mr. and Mrs. Wa ters, of Halls county, a few days ago. A.Bueklin, late of The Fair, west side of the sare, thinks of going into chicken raising on a large Heale . The Rt. Rev. D. S. Tuttle, Bish o of Missouri, held service nt the Mexico Episcopal church Tuesday night. Six deaths have occurred among the children of Camden, N. !., from lockjaw, as the result of vaccination. Miss Birdie Simpson, of near Laddouia, is here and will take a course in art with Mrs. J. J. Grif il n of this city. The J. U. Hodge damage suit against the C. & A. railroad came ii) in the St. Louis county circuit court last Monday. Dr. J. .T. Porter, pastor, is hold ing a most interesting revival meeting at the Mexico Baptist church. We hope that scores of people may be converted. Robert Turley, of Auxvasse, i...

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 November 1901

;w THE MESSAGE TIIl'KSDAY. NOV. 21, l!til ; In The Karlch Building. Ti rms of Siih.il ript ion : Dim Year ?I.i ! CHARCOAL KILNS. A Factory a Month A Point er for Mexico. Ijiniininiiii, Mo., Nov. !". Ninee the tobacco fiiflory was sunl In tliu city by prompt work in indue inn the Continental Toliii Com pany to continue tin- hiiiinss here they liuil purclinxeil I'rniii I lie Tins ley company, (lie city ha-s conlin llcil to boom. Tin city oi jraiii.i il n business men's ussociat ion to reach out after new I'ai'torici, mid liiis been Nccnrin 1 1 1 : 1 1 at liic rule of one ii month. Tlic latest initl in this directum is ii charcoal plant. I 'roi.l. iil ). S. FlanST ft 1 1 t Secretary Ivl A. (ilcnli of tlic Husilies Men's As sociation now announce tlint ar rangements have just liceii niaile with Eastern capitalists to locate 8 plant here for the hurniur of charcoal. Twelve kilns will be erected, with a capacity of l.nuo bushels each ilny The se will In built at once anil eiejit more adil...

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 November 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1901. NUMBER 4 GARTRELL'S STORY Exonerates His Son Kill ed Dougan in Self Defense. Shot Into a Crowd and Kill ed a Dog In This City. Duller, Mo., Nov. 21. The; fourth tl iiy of t lie )lartrell trial commenced litis morning, with O. Kohhitw on the stand. Hi1 iden tified thu prisoner as the man lie saw with Doiicgun the day of the murder. L. Hassig said tin elder (lartrell and Donegan came to hi.s store at Atnoret to purchase sup plies, which were paid for ly Donegan. Rhodes Clay opened the ease for the defense and told what they would prove about the defendant's life, disappearance and irrational ity, (.nrtrell was then placed on the stand and told the story of his life for the past thirty years. He spoke for two hours, plainly and easily, without the least sign of nervousness. lie has lieen mar ried three times and lived in Tex as, California and Missouri. He was associated in business in T...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 November 1901

Mexico Missouri Message John Beat, Publisher. WKXU () Mlssol KI i- . . .... An orenn steamer of 10.000 long hnr tlcn carries in a year'r steady work an average of 210.000 ton. 'Hie uternge rnnn regards his wife Hn angel for two weeks one week before marrying l.er mid one week Hflrr her funeral. A peculiar tombstone tests over a crave in a cemetery ne-.i:- Kvnnsvlllc, Wis. A corner cf the iiinrble slab Is 'idorncd with t-c sculptured resemb lance of u bumh cf young unions, unci it hting? over cdo of t1'" i'o" as if tarelccfly pUi ed there. 'I his in In 1.11 nrelnticc with 11m wish irf th" l:i cl y hurled there, who was very fend of onions ' tit v. Mr. liabcnck of Converse, Ind.. whose wife hml hem Id'ml for ten yearn, brought brr to a specialist in Knkonio for treatment. Hi- left her there for a few days, but on IiIh return his wife was absent. He wont a an miction sale of lots in the sub urbs. In which one lot whs given free. Mr. Babcock won the free lot. When he went back to the do...

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 November 1901

TO TELL OF TURKEY WOMAN KNIGHT ERRANT COMING TO AMERICA, Persons, Places and Things AS THE WORLD ft BEFORE m PUBLIC EYE REVOLVES ' V1 LORD ftQSEBERY'S ASTOUNDING PROPOSAL 3 marrr,Wm,m,'"''''''-"'"Tr'"''"'1"' ""T"TT I I III Ilia I lllliHIll I'.!" 'l!i ! . us h ka,i PERILS OF THE GOOO SAMARITAN. s.-l i i.-c .', Kr..i.i- t ..' i k t ! I." .1 ! .-m -i; I ) n!l mill : ami- I' 'I'!' nig! .hi, SUV m $mmw: ISA .(?.: -!;in .- man 1 1 j r I ! rin" i' ii I a - iri y II.' "I'Mi :n Lull' U'1. I lig'lishi Which l.i l"'.l I - C . ,1 fie ri k hilll-I'lT ' best . t .-Ill-' minis', -ii, , !, ! Illl,! Wils i.iimi . ire blunt Ills liiiu.l I. I - Im M'f.l i :' his I'm II". Hi' I -1 ! i" I'M IS Ii" IIMUIU'I' 1! til,' M: l.i: ATHLETICS. ANCIENT AND MODERN. Thi' phms now rinh'i way I'm III' . V I i 1 1 1 i : , n isamcs "I P."1 1 make Il isi'i'iii i jii niiii III i hilt In tl'i' liiiitl''!' of variety , i iif Interest iiiimIi'iii athletics will have! ill great adv .mini;'' nvrr llirll' pti ili'l cs j snt Ht...

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. — 28 November 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. lis, 1901 Published Kvcry Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Poslonicc nt Mexico, Mo., as second-class miittiT. Our County Jails. The Missouri State Association of Charities nnd Correction held n session nt Columbia last week and there was on subject discussed that, we have thought needs atten tion even in these ends of the earth. It was the question of "County Jails of the State." Hev. Dr. A. K. lingers, formerly pastor of the Baptist church of this city, wns to have read a paper on the subject, hut was unable to be pres ent and sent the following brief letter, which we hope our readers will irive a careful reading: "I was anxious to speak on the subject assigned inc. The condi tion of our jails is deplorable. No attention is paid to sanitation. As a rule dirt and filth prevail. No classification whatever is usually made. Hoys are compelled to as sociate with old and hardened criminals. The State is thereby practicing compulsory ed...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 November 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 28. 1901 55 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, w Horn, to Mr. and Allen, n son. Mrs. Robert Miss Nell Lewis, of this: city, will spend the winter in Califor nia. Martinsburg and Mt. Carinel want to talk to eaeh other ly tele phone. Win. Smithy of Thompson u buying up a herd of 40 head of calves. Ben Caii thorn, this city, bought a milk cow of Jason Rutter, of Thompson, for $)(. 1'hilip Shire treated the Mks sai;k force to some big red apples last Saturday. Thanks, Philip. The City Marshal is going after those boys who have been making a habit of jumping on moving trains. J. M. Pollard has sold his jew elry stock to It. D. Worrell. Mr. Pollard will go into the optical business. One of the heaviest snow storms in years prevailed in West Virgin ia and adjacent territory first of this week. The plan and rate of assessment of the modern woodman order is to be revised. The plan is to pro vide for a reserve fund. Mr. M. J. Johnson and Dora Bradley, both of this were married...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 November 1901

Mi K a. a II 1 J. JST mra VMTV ra THE PUMPKIN. C'h, prrrnly ainl fair In the lands of the join. The vines nf tin- RourJ am) (he ri. h mel on run, A tul tho rock and the tree and the cot tage enfold, 'it!; truuil bavc all areonncss und btos- i"'ms all itnld. I.lko that which o'er Nineveh's prophet once Krew, Wl.ile we waited to know that 111 warn- lug wim Irnc, AnJ longed for the itorm-cloud, and listened In vain For the rush of the whirlwind and red hre-rain. dn the bank of Hie Xenll, the daik PpanlMh maiden Comes up with the fruit of the tainted v In hnln: And the Creole of Cuba laughs out to be hold Throua-h the orange leaves ahlnlng the broad apheren of gohl; Yet with dearer delight from hl home In the north, in the flelda of hl3 harvest the Yankee look forth, Wl.em the crook-neck r colling and yellow fruit alilnea, And the aim of Hrplember melta down on hla vines. Ah' on Thnnkeglvlng Day, when from tast and from mil, From north and from aouth come the pil grim and gueil. When th...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 November 1901

I Oil for Cliaaa-ColiU, S hltla. Crony ul riaarlay. An outward application for bron cblal difficulties' U many time far mora effectlrt than ayrupa, cough mix ture, col liver oil, Ac, simply because) It penetratea through to the direct cause, which la, as a rule, an accumu lation of matter or growth tightly ad hered to the bronchial tubes. BL Jacobs Oil, poiRfslng as It doe those wonderful penetrating poweTS, enables It to loosen these adhesions and to Induce free expectoration. Cases have been known where expectorations have been examined after St. Jacobs OH baa been applied, and the exact formation was clearly shown, whers the adhesions bad been removed or pulled off the bronchial tubes. All lr ritatlon of the delicate mucous mem brane of the bronchm Is quickly re moved by the healing and soothing properties of St. Jacobs Oil. In cones of croop and whooping cough in chil dren St. Jacobs OH will be found su perior to any other remedy. Bt Jacobs Oil Is for sale throughout the world. ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 November 1901

W WJ 77fF MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 2S. 1901 In The Karich Building.! Term of Subscription i One Yrnr Six Mouths Tlircn Months fl.m Ml Teachers Institute. Program of ('iMitriil Aiulriiiii Tt'iifluTS I list it uto, lit Ciiutliorii School House, Sat., Doc. 7, 11)01. 10:00 a. in. Invocation. Address of Welcome, D.W.Ilule. Response, L. IJ. Sipple. High School Work in Rural Schools, E. L. Rodger., Miss AnnaBcllc liuki-r. Our Course of Study, J.N.Cross, V. C. Douglass. Methods in History, S.I.. Mapcs, J. L. Sliolio. 12:00 m. Dasket Dinner. 1:U0 p.m. Class Drill in Reading, Miss Mary Rickey . How to Shorten the Program, A. S. Faulkner, Miss Henrietta Johnson. Home Influence iu School Work, Miss Jessie Maxwell, J. E. Rosser. Grading nud Proinot ion of Pu pils, linsil Drewer, Miss La voniit Smith. How to Secure end Use School Libraries, 1). W. Hale, E. I). Lee. Nature Study nud Literature, Miss Lena Petty, Miss Mar garet DeLaporte. The program will lie enlivened by music and recitations. All qu...

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. — 5 December 1901

-. Mexico Missouri Message. r. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1901. NUMBER 5 ,1- i. ' THE SMITHS, A Keystone Woman Hunt ing Them Down. She Comes to Mexico Big Fortune In England. (iood fort tint! lit lust n waits some of t lie Smiths. Tin- only trouble about tliis is, perhaps, there tire ho many Smiths there in no telling who lire the right ones. Mrs. A. J. Smith, claiming to lie the widow of the late (ieii. A. J. Smith, ciune to Mexico hist Sat urday nml hunted no E. T. Smith, h eoiil dealt'!' here. She told him that he is one of the heirs to a fort unt! of eight million dollars which she said had been left by an ancestor who died in Scotland. The money is now in the bunk of England. The lady told our Mexico Smith very much about his ancestors, as much or more than he knew him self. She said she euuie here from New York, but that her home is in Pennsylvania. Mrs. A. J. Smith is hunting up certain Smith heirs whose ances tors enmo from Scotland 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. — 5 December 1901

.1 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV. 2S, 11)01 Published Every Thursdny. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Knti-rod nt tlm PostoMcc nt Mexico, Mo., as second-clim mutter. AoiTATlON for the tnunitsipnl ownership of the electric light plant in Mexico is on. Uisskix Saok thiukM tlittt $400 , (MX),000 rnilrond trust needs watching. Of course, as another tins suggested, soiiii-tliing might hurt the hnhy. What? How's This? What does Lon V Stephens nienn hy the following in his "Sharps and Flats" f Lon is n first rate fellow and is brave enough to tell some blitzing truths, polil ieally.nt. times, hut we hope he is mistaken in some of his oliser valious given below, particularly as regards refereiiee to an a (Tail that specially concerns this Con gi vssionnl district: It sccuis lion. .) M Seiherl, as sistant (iovernor, ehairtnaii of (lie State llcuiocrntic Committer, and exeise eonunisHioner, has already "eonvened"hitnself, and ly a res olution offered by himself and unanimously adopted, has ilee...

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. — 5 December 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. l'JOl g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Congress met Tuesday. Wild geese are flying south. More than 3,000 resolutions and bills have already been iutrodueed in congress. John Zimmerman, between Rush Hill and Benton City, found living water at a depth of '11 feet. The Chicago & Altou railroad this week paid its tax for Audrain county. Tax amounted to $8,8G'J .11. T S Clendinin and Frank Gib son have sold their bowling alley at Centralia to Stanley Hocker and John Burks. Frank Pierce, near Benton City, has sold his farm to Lee Mundy, of Vernon county, for $4,993; farm of 183 acres. A few days ago George Willing ham was kicked in the face by a horse. Nose broken and face bad ly cut and bruised. The N E Mo. Poultry Associa tion is in session at Bowling Green. W E McDonald of Thompson, is present from this county. The negro in song and verse was a most enjoyable entertainment given by the young ladies at Har din College Monday night. Four peddlers were arrested ...

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. — 5 December 1901

t THE MESSACExluv ".'! ,vat ''"""" "f ! Iit. "It i tin1 units, just tin- i single imli villluls, lllilt II IV till" THURSDAY, DKC. I!'l ,, . ,;,,,,,... In The Karich Building. Tvrnis of Nnhxrriiitinn : One Year Six Months Tliri'r MiiiiiIih. .....Mi PRAYER TOPIC. KI'WOKTII I.KAiUK, CIIKISTIAN KN IlKAYOK, II. Y. I'. I ll'Vum tln.si. I.mils ( lirlstiiin Alv i,i-ii liy permission. THE VALID OF INFLUENCE. Mutt, v, Vi U. Hv- ,s. TIhtc in no ii 1 11 ti living Hint litis not nu iiitlui'iii'c for triMid or evil. "No mail livt'tli to liiiust'lf, nml n mini ilii'tli to himself." (iciil lias so coiistiliitcd man in tin- I'iiinily. and in soi-icty, that, wln-lln-r nm Ki'ioiisly or uiii'onsi'iously, his life touches unci influences some oilier lift1; and eueli man is held resinn tiihlc for the iiillucnct! exerted over every oilier life within tin- rimje of his influence. This fart makes it a fearful thini to live in the world. We are our " lirothcr's keeper" in a very essential sense. A HOOD lNFL...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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