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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 February 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. ALL THE COUNTY AND TO THE POINT THE ORIGINAL DOLLAR PAPER AT THE COUNTY SEAT VOLUME III. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1902. NUMBER IS FROM FLORIDA. A Beautiful and Clime. Sunny Orlando, Fla., Feb. 4. Editor Message: I do wish my frieuds in Missouri could participate in my enjoyment of the bright sun shine, the beautiful trees and flowers, the lusciou9 fruit, the lovely gardens, the orange groves, etc., etc., of this sunny land. I feel like clapping my hands with joy when I see an orange tree loaded with the luscious fruit. I saw this moruing one twig bent down with its heavy load. There arc a number of pineries here iu which they grow the finest aud largest pineapples I ever saw. One is presided over by a colored man, an I. O. O. F. Past Grand. In this pinery there are 20,000 bearing plauts. It is but little ov er a year since the buds were planted. It is called the Lucerne Pinery. They are preparing at this piuery to set out 20,0...

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. — 13 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1902 Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Kditor and Proprietor, Entered at the PostofUce at Mexico, Mo., e second-class matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. HEPHE8ENTATIVE. W aro authorized to announce RHODES CLAY s a candidate for Representative if An drain county, subject to tho fiction of tho lN-niorrntic primary, Arll Si. COUNTY TREASUKEK. We are authorized ti announce JAMES BRADLEY a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to tho action of tho iJcmocratic primary April Jo. We arc authorized to announce MISS LELLA SALLEE a candidate for County Treasurer. sob- Joel to the action of tlio Democratic prl- mary, April 20, Wo am authorized to announce HARDY DOOLIN ii enndidate for Countv Treasurer. Kill)- Ject to tho action of tho liemocratic mary, April SO. pn- CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce WILLI!. MORRIS a candidate for Circuit Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary April Wo are authorized to announce J. C. RfCKNER a candidate for Circ...

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. — 13 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 13. 1902 XX HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. 2 Two families with towu. smallpox in Born, to II. L. Bickley and wife, a son. Miss Trixy Plunkctt is sick with totisilitis. Mrs. J.W. Plunkett is recovered from a brief illness. Hardy Dooliu moves from farm to Rush Hill this week. his Mrs. R. II. Lee, south of Rush Hill, has been very sick with pneu monia. Eighteen persons have killed in St. Louis within a from burniug buildings. been week Claire Harding, sou of P. W. Harding of this city, came home from Kansas City this week quite sick. Mrs. J. V. Williams and son, Ed., gave a musicnle Tuesday uight to raise funds for the Chris tian church. Dr. P. M. Shoush, the osteo pathist, will have au office in the W. B. Mclntyre building, west of the postofflee. R T. Dye, a brother of R. F. Dye, latter of near Rush Hill, has located at Tulsa, I. T. Wo learn that he likes the country. Claude Callaway and Fred Cal laway and wife, formerly of Youngs Creek, this county , are now loca...

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. — 13 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEU. 13, 1902 InTheKabrieh Building. Term of Subscription: One r fun Uli Months .V) Three Months 25 The Latent Human Beast. There was ft tragedy in the t;nt of a certain wild animal show n week or two ajjo. A woman who had been iu the habit of exhibit ing trained lions was incapnt:itated for her business in a very few minutes. One of the lions, which had long shown signs of being un ruly, leaped upon her nud inflicted serious injuries. The element in human nature whieh makes such shows as these popular is not one of which we have reason to be very proud. The exhibition of traiued auiinnls in not, in itself, anything demoraliz ing either to the spectators or the truincr. The testimony of Ilag cnbeck and others is to the effect that the trainer must, in order to be safe and successful, treat the animals with kindness, and to judge from their actions it would seem that they enjoy their work at least as well as they would enjoy being stared at in idleness. But the ...

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. — 20 February 1902

ALL THE COUNTY AND TO THE POINT THE ORIGINAL DOLLAR PAPER AT THE COUNTY SEAT Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1902. NUMBER 16 J V JURY DISAGREES. Alfred Buff Comes Near Being Acquitted. Jury Considers tils Case for Twenty-five Hours. The trial of Alfred Buff, in this city last week, charged with the killing of his wife at Vundalia last September, began Wednesday morning before the following jury : II. M. Long. L. T. Pasley. Ed. Tuggle. W. G. Sims. O. F. House. E. A. Lewtou. R. II. Beam. W. J. Baker. Elmer Cunningham. J. P. Powell. Ira Miller. Win. Kendall. The evidence, for both sides, was all in at tho end of the day Thursday. All day Friday was consumed in argument by the at torneys. Prosecuting Attorney II. L. Bickley plead for the State and W. W. Botts, of Vandalia, aud P. II. Cullen, of this city, plead for the defense. Tho State surprised th e defense by placiug upon the staud a daughter of the accused,Lou Buff, said ...

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. — 20 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEU. 20, litoj Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor nnd Proprietor, Entered nt the Postofllce at Mexico, Mo., ns second -class matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. REPRESENTATIVE. 'e are authorized to ninimincc KIIODKS CLAY ns a candidate for Hcprosentntlve of Au drain county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, April 2(. COUNTY ' TREASIREK. Wp aro authorized Ut announcn .1AM KS UttAIH,KY a cniulldate for County Treasurer, subject to the action of tho Democratic iirlmarv April W. Wt are authorized to announce MISSLEM.A ISA l.LEE a candidate for County Treasurer. Ject to the action of the Democratic tnnry, April 2(1. Wo arc authorized to announce HARDY DOOLIN a candidativfor County Trensurer. sub-pri- snb- Ject to the action of the Democratic tnnry, April 20. pri- CIRCL'IT CLERK. We ore authorized to announce WILL II. MORRIS a candidate for Circuit Clerk subject to the action of the I)eniocratlc primary April 20. We are authorized to announce J. C. liL'CKK...

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. — 20 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 20. 1902 U HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, W. B. Mclntire is reported very sick. J. 0. Carter, of move to this city. Howeua, will Claire Harding in suffering with a severe caso of typhoid fever. There was a inch fall of snow in New York last Monday. W. W. Johnson and family, of this county, will move to Montana. V. J. Mahon "footed it" to Paris Tuesday looking work. over for Ira Ellis sold to T. M. Hen dricks his 15S acre farm, near Molino, for $3,800. Miss Bessie Hopkins, of this city, will teach again this spring at Hickory Grove, Callaway county. Rev. R. J. Williughum, D. D., of Richmond, Va., delivered two lectures at the Mexico Baptist church last week. Messrs. T. J. Clendcnin aud Frank Gibson will open a pool and billiard parlor in the Central Hotel block next week. Tho City Couueil will be peti tioned next Monday night to put the saloon license back at the old figure, $1,600 a year. Mrs. L. M. Saunders, who won the prize piano at Hardin College last year, 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. — 20 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEU. 20. !!)(. InTheKabrich Building. Terms of Subscription : One Yr-ar Six Mnntht Three Months. ei.m .V) Sunshine at Work. Great Bend, Knn., 1VI.. 17 On the farm of E. 15. Covjrill,nrnr here, will be operated next innntli a novel device for putting the Kansas fliinnliiiie to work. Tliix will be a solnr motor riioIi us 1ms been nsed in experiments in Ari zona and California. The motor consists of n large radiator or reflector, thirty-three feet iu diameter at the outer ede and sixteen feet at the inner, lined with inirroiui which focus on a boiler that occupies the position of a handle to the widespread um brella of the reflector. The re flector is moved with the kuu by clockwork, being suspended on a high derrick. The heat is so in tense near the boiler that wooden poles are quickly set aliie. The operation of the device is simple. It is brought into focus by hand after sunrise by the push ing of a lever. Indicator show when the true focus . is obtained and in...

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. — 27 February 1902

ALL THE COUNTY AND TO THE POINT THE ORISINAL DOLLAR PAPER AT THE COUNTY SEAT Mexico ssouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1902. NUMBER 17 Mi AUDRAIN WINS. Former Collector Dowell vs. J.C. Renshow. It. 1). Rodgers received Wednes day morning from the clerk of t lie Supreme Court u telegram an nouncing that the case of J. W. Dowell. collector of Aiulnin coun ty vs. J. C. Kenslinw hail been af firmed. J. C. Kenslinw is a cap italist who spent the greatet part of 18G4 and 1895 in Mexieo, Au drain county, Mo., boarding at the Hingo hotel. At that time J. A. Harrison was eounty assessor. Mr. Harrison learned that Mr. Reiishuw was not paying his taxes clsi-wlc-re nnd approached him for his list of personal property in .Tidy, IS!)."). Henshaw refused to give in a list of his personal prop erty for the reason, as stated liy him, that lie was a resident of Al bemarle eounty, Virginia, and that personal properly was taxable only at the domicile of...

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. — 27 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. FEH. 27, 190'2 Published Every Thursday, Jolin UohI, Editor niul Proprietor, Kntercd at the l'ostofllce at Mexico, Mo., a second-class matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. UKPKKSKNTATIVE. We are nutliorlzcd to announce RIIODKS CI.AY as a candidate (or Representative of Au drain county. subject to (he ho! ion of the Democratic primary, April 20. COl'NTY TREAHCKKK. We are authorized t announce .TAMES ltKAW.KY 5 candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the action of the Democratic primary April art. We urn authorized to announce MISS LKLLA SALT.KE a candidate for County Treasurer, sub ject to the artion of the Democratic pri mary, April 20. We arc autlioriznd to announce HARDY DOOLIN a candidate for County Treasurer, sub ject to the action of thn Democratic pri mary, April 28. CIRCUIT CLKRK. Wi tiro nut1iorl7.d to announce WILL II. MORRIS a eamlldn to for Circuit Clerk subject to the action of tho Democratic primary April 2ti. Wo are authorized to announce J. C. IIUCKNKR a ca...

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. — 27 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1J02 C HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. C Born, to Mr. Sutton, a son. and Mrs. Frank A few cusps of smallpox remain on hand in this city. J.J.Zimincrmnn.of Benton City, lias moved to Enton, Colorado. J. II. Dillard and family Monday for Farmington, N, where they will locate. left M., James M. Barnes is announced thrn these columns this week ns n enndidate for County Clerk. M. C. Martin, the shoemaker, will move his shop into the south side of (J. L. Ferris' store this week. Miss Delia Liter, of this city, suffered much last week from a very sore arm caused from vaccin ution. Elmer Powell, in Skinner vicin ity, was kicked in the face by a horse last Monday. His nose was broken . President Barclay, of St. Louis, says he will visit Mexico again in about a month, to push the anti saloon league work hero, Henry Mann is just up from a six weeks' siege of pneumonia. A little disabled, he says, but he'll soon be in the ring again. Dr. J. C. Parish bought a half interes...

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. — 27 February 1902

f i V V ! n - - 1 ! l ! r ,1: .I f u i ' r ?' 7JE MESSAGE THUKSDAY, 1T.H. 27. l!r. In The Kabrlch Building. Tirmt of Siih.cri)ition : One Yciir Six Mouth Time Moiitlis. H.ix . . ..." Supervision of Schools. In response to a letter written to tin State Superintendent of Schools, J. X. Cross, t'onnty Com missioner, Imx received the follow ing: "To Tiiosk Ini kkkstkI) in Im- I'KOVlNtl Ii;H.1, Scllddl.S: Nine Missouri counties have supers isioti. Within past two years I have mailt.' a close study of the school work in these counties and compared with counties similarly situated not having supervision. I am tiiite certain that the rural schools in counties having supervision are more uniformly well classified ami graded. There is more dcfiiiitc liess of purpose, the teachers work with Itetter spirit, the pupils are more regular and prompt in at tendance, the people manifest more concern for the general education al welfare. "In some of the counties having supervision, the superintendent ...

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. — 6 March 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1902. i- NUMBER 18 'DARNED FLUNKIES.' Chicago Orator Won't Wel come Prince Henry. Chicago, 111., Feb. 2. City Prosecutor Howard S. Taylor, who for years has been deputed, be cause of his eloquence, to welcome visiting dignitaries, will not greet I'riuce Henry, "1 don't give three hurrahs tor Prince lleury," he said. "He and the rest of the European aristocracy are despo ts, aud many of them are half crazy. "It is all right lor this country to recognize toreigu powers. We do tuat by having our representa tives at their courts. Hut that is as far as it should gu. "This business that is making tiuukeys out of Americans darned flunkeys this marrying of the fair daughters of America to titled foreigners, so that they may be come the subjects of brutal na tions; this plau of sending en voys to lay offerings at the feet of Edward, the caresser, so called to distinguish him from Edward, the coufessor s...

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. — 6 March 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MARCH 6, 1!)02 Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor ami Proprietor, KiiU rcd at tlio Ioi(tnk-i nt Mexico. Mo., ft second-clang mutter. Public Ownership. Hehb is a question that is be ginning to interest every .State of the Uniou, and especially every ini)ortaut city the country over. The February magaziues were unusually prolific in articles on municipal and government owner ship. Among the most interest ing is one iu the World's Work, outlining the views of Tom John son, Mayor of Cleveland. ()., on the city ownership of street rail ways. "Ultimately," to quote from tin article, "Mr. Johnson thinks the street railways should be free Years ago toll roads were almost universal, and the highways of the country were obstructed by keepers, who exacted a tax for permission to use them. Advanc ing civilization has seen this abol ished. So, us time goes on, the railways will be maintained and supported by public taxation as a means of facilitating transit thru t...

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. — 6 March 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAHCII G. 1902 ANNOUNCEMENTS. HKPHKSKNTATIVE. Wo an- authorized to announce KHODKS CLAY n candidate fur -Representative of An tlrniti county, subject to tin1 net Ion of the llcmocratlc primary, April ',11. t'Ol'NTY TKEASl'KER . Wo or authorized to announce JAMES ltUADLKY k candidate fur Count "Treasurer, subject to tin' action of thn lVtnocratlc primary April'.. We are authorized to announce MISS !,KM, SAM.EK a candidate for County Treasurer, auh joct fc the action of the Hctnocnitlc pri mary, April Lii. Wo aro authorized to announce HARDY DOOLIN a candidate for Comity Treasurer, sub ject to the action of the Democratic pri mary, April '.ii. ClUC'l'IT Cl.EHK. Wp arc authorized to announce WILL II. MOUKIS a candidate for Circuit Clerk subject t tbe action of the Democratic primary April 20. Vo arc nutlinriicd to announce .1. C. lll'CKNKIl a candidiite for Circuit I lerk, subject to the action of tin- Democratic primary April Si'.. COl'NTY HKCORDER. Wc are antbor...

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. — 6 March 1902

XT THE message THURSDAY, MARCH (i. 1!M2 In The Kabrlch Building. Terms of Rnbttrription : ono Yfnr , Mix Month Throe Munch.. .Mi Benton's Altercation. The TiIlinnu-MeLniirin iniln-oglin lins reonlled the historic altt-t-ctit ioti fifty years ngo between Tlioinns II. Denton nnil Hi'tiry I'liiy. Thin incident took place in the Twenty second Congress. No Mows were exchanged, but there wus much excitement. A debate was in progress in regard to (icticral Jackson's veto of the rechnrtering the Bank of the I'nited .States. Mr. lieu ton spoke of Henry (Tiy's language about the President. An argument then ensued between tliein, us follows: Mr. Clays There are some c culiar rensous why 1 should not go to that Senator for my views of decorum in regard to my bearing toward the Chief Magistrate, and why he is not a fit instructor. 1 never had any personal encounter with the President of the United States. (Benton had been involv ed in n tttreet fight with General Jackson in Nashville in 1S13.) 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. — 13 March 1902

ssouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1902. NUMBER 19 Mexico Mi ROOSEVELT'S MORSE. The President After Audrain Stock. The Mexico correspondent of the St. Louis Chronicle sent thnt pa per the following "special" lust week : Mexico, Mo., March 8. Mis souri, iind Audrain county es pecially, lias a right to feel proud of the fact that the President of the United States and Prince Hen ry of Prussia have been attracted by her horse productions. Missouri is entitled to the cred it of producing the horse "Missou ri," which President Roosevelt re cently purchased for $6,000, and his brother, which Prince Henry is expected to buy at n price not yet made known. Until of these animals were bred nnd raised on the Reed Burke farm, near Gant, this county. Dr. 0. O. Burke, of Atlanta, 111., owned the mother of the President's horse. He sent her to Heed Burke's stock farm in this enmity to be bred. She was bred to George Washington, a high class show horse...

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. — 13 March 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MARCH 13, 190i Published Every Thursday. John Benl, Editor and Proprietor Entered at tlio Pustoniro nt Mexico, Mo., n srcoml-eliias mutter. The People's Candidate. The Farber Forum used the fol lowing "lender" last week: Following: the announcement from Hon. Chump Clark that he would withdraw as a candidate for United States Senator, the Forum insisted that he was t lit- people's candidate, their choice, and tin t he had been nominated by' them. It seems that this view has been shared by many of Mr. Clark's most loyal supporters thruout the State. The Mexico Messaoe says editorially along this line: "We believe that the nominee for the Legislature from this county will vote the choice of Audrain Democrats for United States Senator. We fail to see how Champ Clark is out of it, any more than some other good man not now in tight, whom the people might call. It is the people who should rule in this matter, and rule they must." The Pike County Post, publish ed in Mr...

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. — 13 March 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAKCII 11, 1902 ANNOUNCEMENTS. UEPHKSKXTATIVK. We arc authorized to iintiounrc UIIODKS CLAY n n ciiu.lidntc (nr Itcprcsi ajtutlvo of Au drain nullity. unhJiTt to tin- act ion of the Democratic primary. April I'Ol'STV TKKASlliKK. We hi'u authorized to announce ,1AM ICS ItKAlH.lCV n camll.late for Countv Treasurer, subject to the action of the Dcmocrtitic primary April 1H. We are authorized to annoiiiice MISS MCI.I.A SAM.1CIC a candidate forCounty Treasurer, jei't to the uctloli of the Democratic mury, April u'ti. We are authorized to announce 1IAKDY llOOUN it candidate for County Treasurer. Ject to the netion of tin- lieniocratlc mary. April :.'i'. Hllll- prl- Klltl- prl- ClIUTIT Cl.F.KK. We are authorized to announce WIU, II. MOUKIS h candidate for C ircuit Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary April 'M. We are authorized to announce .1. C. ItrcKXICK a candidate for Circuit ( lerk. subject to the action of the Democratic primary. April w. COIN 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. — 13 March 1902

!,J THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MARCH 11, InTheKabrich Building. Trrm of finbfrnp lion : Onii War Nil Month Ttiivi' Month. . .VI Tlinlmnl lift hiiiiU. iiul never fnnncil a SOIll illiont It own pi'ciill.ir in In n.-'i I Its w niiflcrliiK half. when ri tn ituh n tl,.. u I. ..In llrlulit plan of Mi.in.l !. n. nly. -I ' iimplctc! Hut lliMiKaml evil llilnif-. there Dial liatr- 'I'n I, mi 1 1 11 r 1 1 ' I '": 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' t i 1 1 1 1 ili'. Anil li aitnecl with time, spiu-i-. eirenm- I alloc nlid fnte. Keep kindred heart, from heart. tn pine, mid pant mid liloeil. And as the dnvc tn Palmyra Ityitur l'rom w here her native foiintsof Anli iii'h hea in. Weary.eliiiiisted.liiiiifiint.piiiiliiitf.itrMni; l.lirlit sadly at the de.-orl's hitler streimi So ninny n . sunt, o'er life's drear ih -i-rl furlnir. Love's pure, conui'iil.il sprint unfoiiml. I in) un fTotl. Suffers, reoults then thirsty ami despair ing Of what It. would, desoeiids ami sips llie nearest ilraiiKht. Mlirltt del Oeclilcllto. ADV...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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