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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 October 1902

VERY LOW COLONISTS' RATES To the West, Northwest and South west. The Missouri Pacific UniUny and Iron Mountain Route will ne!l oneway Colonists' and Settler' tickets to Cal ifornia and North Pacific Coast points, also to points In Mlsmiurl. Arkansas, Indian and Oklahoma Territories, Ixni lslana and Texaa on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from October 21st to April 21st, at one half tho standard first-class fare, pins $2.00. For further information see nearest agent, or write H. C. Townsend, C. 1 & T. Agent, St. Lou la. ClgarrttM Ur Onl Hoy.. Excessive UBe of cigarettes is said to have barred eleven Chicago high school aspirants from athletic teams. School board physicians examined can didates for athletic honors in nine schools yesterday. A number of girls who wish to play basket-ball and who were given the tests met with success. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color Silk, Wool and Cotton at one boiling. "She doesn't know bow to. manage, tloea Bhc?" "No. For years she baa live...

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. — 16 October 1902

39s 5 5S 5 I SHORTHORN CATTLE SALES' 'J ATTLE SALI Wednesday, November 5. Thursday, November 6, A A A Pollock's closing out sale will be held nt Littleby Station, 5 miles east of Mexico, on the Chicago 6c Alton Railroad. Having sold my farm I will sell my entire herd of Bates, Scotch and Scotch Topped Short Horns 40 head of good ones. Also saddle horses.work mules.pure bred Poland China hogs, farm implements, etc. Sale begins at 10 o'clock a. m- Lunch at noon. Cattle sold in the afternoon. A rare chance for bargains. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OUT. 1G. 1902 Terms of Subscription: Oui! Your l.m Six Months .Mi Throe Mouths '.: SHOT THE TRUSTEES. A Dakota School Teacher's Mad Work. Uniiid Folks, N. 1)., Oct. 10. In a (tnirrcl between a s'lnol teach er and the board of trustees at Al tona, n little station on Hit; (.rent Northern, seven miles north of the Canadian line, six persons were shot, and the teacher, Henry I. Towes, committed suicide. Five of the wounded are in a dangerous condition...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 October 1902

Iissouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1902. NUMBER 51 Mexico II. 11. (Ircen from I own. lias moved here Ralph Mason is n Kent & Winter's. salesman at Meredith Armstrong will have a n float in the Democratic rally. James Green sold his S(J acre unimproved land south of town at $:() per acre. The buyer comes from Indiana. Father Dillon of this city united in marriage last week Mr. Arthur Brandon and Miss Emma Hogan, hot li of near Worcester. Thompson has a Democratic club of 40 members, linker Barnes is president of the club and E. F. Elliot, secretary. The eclipse of the moon last Thursday night was a great suc cess. It came to a dot just when the astronomers guessed it would. No one is privileged to use the hitching racks this week, when the largest etowds are in town; why not extend the prohibition to all the time? The north side sewer is to be built this fall. At a culled meet ing the city council appointed a committee to obtain ...

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. — 23 October 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publish or. MKXICO MissoriM A luxury, or coon as rrc get used to li, becomes a necessity. Another plan to protect authors Is nfool. How about the readers? Kvrn the new $3n,000,nno sewing machine trust will have lis foamy side. Mount Pelee in giving fresh proof every day of 1(8 great desire to bo uninhabited. Women's fall hats will be large. Fortunately in this ease li.e does nut affect the price. If Kinperor William wishes to Keep up with the procession he will have to be operated on. It would be a little queer if we had to nppeal to the oil trust for protec tion from the cool trust. All that good fuel oil burning In Texas and nothing to Keep northern people warm. Think of It! Look not upon the big apple when It Is led. Too oft it bitetb like a ball of yarn and tnstcth like sawdust. The American generals who were given a vacation in (iermnny may need live or tlx mouths to rest up. It Is becoming almost ns dangerous to ride in automobiles as to be I...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 October 1902

mat THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN PRE6IDENT ROOSEVELT AND PRESIDENT MITCHELL. Ptviee Party Amonj Jtrikere Will Car ry Convention Practically Certain That Majority of the Delegates Will Be Instructed to Favor Arbitra tion Scheme. Washington, Oct. 18. The following telegraphic correspondence, constating t the letter of President Roosevelt to j John Mitchell, president of tin United Mine Workers, and the latter'a reply, were made public at the White 1 louse: , White House, Washington, Oct. 16, J 1002. Mr. John Mitchell, President! Vnltctd Mine Wrkers of America, Wllltesbarre, Pa. I have nppolnted as commissioners Brigadier Oeneral John j M. Wilson, Mr. E. W. Parker, Judge i George Gray, Mr. K. K. Clark, Mr. Thomas II. Watklns and Bishop John ; L. Spalding, with Honorable Carroll D. Wright aa recorder. These names are accepted fcy the operators and I now most earnestly ask and urge that the miners likewise accept the com mission. It Is a matter of rltal con cern to all our people and espec...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 October 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday, John Beal, Editor nnd Proprietor. Entered at tin- Postofliee ill Mexico, Mo., as second -class mutter. THURSDAY. OCT. Itt, 1902 Democratic Ticket. Fur .Indue of Supreme Court, (i. 1). Itl'IMiKSS. L. 1!. V ALU A XT. .1. 1). FOX. For Uiiilroail Commissioner. .1. A. KNOTT. .1. 1. KICK. For Superintendent Public Schools. W.T. CAIUMNOTON. Forjudge St. Louis Court of Appeals. VALLK UKYIIFKN. For Congress Chump Clin k. For Representative Green Cliiy. For Presiding Judge--.!. K. Sims. For Judge Western District . I. A. Lewis Forjudge Eastern District -.las. I leu ton For Probate Juditc-W. . llotts. For County Clerk - E. II. Carter. For Circuit Clerk -V. II. Morris. For Collector Allien Harrison. For Recorder-S. E. Kendall. For Tros. Atfy- H. L. Hickley. For Slicriir-Quliiey .lames. For Treasurer- W. II. Turner. For Coroner-W. W. Macfarlane. Put your ballot in for Democra cy Nov. 4th. Hun in the thieves and gamblers if they are here this week. Don't give...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 October 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 2.'5, 1902 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, S Robert Calliouu ami family have moved to Colorado. John Anderson is now a salesman in the Black Flag. The saloons decided not main oien nil night. to rc- J. D. Sharp and moved to Arkansas. family have O. W. Painter of Laddonia is at Hot Springs for his health. Joe Carrico had his pockets picked of $40 one day last week. See dates in this issue for Demo cratic speaking over the county. The (Jelvin Ten Co. is a new business firm near the postoflice. Rev. A. A. Wallace is as sisting in a revival meeting at Lib 'ity. Hardin College girls some of them know how to be cool with a burglar. Judge James Lewis, near Skin ner, we understand sold his tine farm this week. J. A. Potts had his Thornton Star in the Stilwell stake contest at Kansas City this week. Hen Middleton won S.&N. Phil lip's stetson hat offered for the best team shown at the street fair. The public school will dismiss each afternoon this week on ac count of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 October 1902

CHARGED BY THE GRAND .JURY WITH FURNISHING $47,500 BOODLE FUND. Firat Blood in the Light Scandal But ler RegreU Mankind Ingratitude, With Special Reference to Helm, Schumacher and Tamblyn. St. loiil. Oct. .21. An Indictment. against l-M ward Butler, the millionaire iwtlitlcal boss of St. Louis, charging lulbtry in connection with the city lighting ileal, was returned yesterday ny inn ranu jury, witler is now formally charged with giving the hrlhe if $47,G(iO which. It in alleged, the no torious combine in the house or dele Kates received, and for which nineteen nf the members are now under indict ment. The indictment Is believed to be the result of the testimony c:f Helms, Shu machrr and Tamblyn before the grand Jury lant week. The presence of ('has. IT. Kelly was supposed to be necessary to the Indictment of the brlbe-glvers In the. lighting bill deal, for it was considered that he was the man wi.o received the money from those who wave the bribe and distributed It to the combine. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 October 1902

SUFFERED SEVEN YEARS With Catarrhal Derangements of the teivic urgans. L Miss Kate Browrv. Miss Kate Brown, Recording Secre tary of the I,. I'. II. Association t f Kmi kis in a. letti-r from eu.'i X- Seventh St., l;in .its t'ity, Kiiiimis. Mys: 'l:or seven years I have not known whit it was to spend a well day. 1 cm uht 11 si-vcre old which I neglected. It wit, nt tin time of menstruation nl inllinm.itiim sot in and prostrated inf. Ca'urrli i f tin- kidneys and bladder fol iiKM'd. inv dijri'stivc organs pave way, in faet t In; cold disarranged my whole M'-i? - w. " " :pcnt hundreds of dollars with d tctors and medicine, but derived but lit tit hsncfit until I began treatment wlt'i Pcruna. I kept tukiiifr it for nearly niii" months before I was completely c.ire 1, hut I kept jfrowinj? better gradu ally so that 1 felteneouraied toeontinuc taking IVruna until my health whs re F.torcd. I send my thanks and blessing1 I Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT 1 For the Ailinonts of HORSES COWS CALVES MU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 October 1902

5s 'S A ATTL S Wednesday, November 5. SALES' A Pollock's closing out sale will be held at Littleby Station, 5 miles east of Mexico, on the Chicago 6c Alton Railroad. Having sold my farm I will sell my entire herd of Bates, Scotch and Scotch Topped Short Horns 40 head of good ones. Also saddle horses, work mules, pure bred Poland China hogs, farm implements, etc. Sale begins at 10 o'clock a. m Lunch at noon- Cattle sold in the afternoon. A rare chancefor bargains. vv THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 2.1, 1902 Terms of Subscription: um Six Months .VI Three Months A FOOL TRICK. A Voting Lady Pays the Penalty With Her Life. Parsons, Kan., Oct. 17. A sad trugedy occurred at the home of J. P. Short last night which re sulted in the death of Miss Zella Short, who had been visiting in the city from St. Joseph, for the past five months. The i'amilv con sists of father, mother , two sons, and a daughter, and the young people had been passing the even ing with music together with T. C. Ileltzell, th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 October 1902

souri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1902. NUMBER 52 Mexico Mis THE KORN KARNIVAL- It Was a Great Success-Concerning the and Who Got Them. Prizes Best display of farm products raised in Audraiu county. First, $23 in cash; second, $13 in cash third, $10 in cash. Given by Guthrie & Ricketts and E. It. Lock & Co. First, Noble Barnes; second, L. A. Northcutt. Best bushel of white corn in ear. raided in Audraiu couuty. First, $12 in cash; second, $8 in cash; third, $3 in cash. Given by Hop kins & Edmonds. First. Frank Eller; second Chus. Spotts wood; third, Geo. Dean. Best yellow corn in ear, raised in Audrain. First, $12 in cash; second, $8 in cash; third $3 in cash. Given by F. L. Crosby and Corn Karnival Ko. First, F. A. Oweu , Benton City; sec ond, It. L. Heizer; third, J. Hord Davis. Best bushel corn, any color. First, $10 in cash; second, $7 cash third, $5 cash fourth, $3 cash. Given by Lakenan & Barnes. First, Frank Ell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 October 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publish or. JIBXIOO. .MISSOURI aw "Devery" has become Mr. Deverjr 10 come of the New York papers. The Russian bear Is moving out of Manchuria, but it know the way back. Colombia Is trying to terrify tho revolutionist by buying an American built vessel. If a trust would corner ping-pong balls tho act would cover a multitude of bad breaks. It Is going to be a hard winter for the mingy man who owns a block of steam-heated flats. We need a large navy, the President nays, but not a large army on land we have tho trolley cars. Folks who suffer from Insomnia and nothing else are quite likely tc die of old age and nothing cine. An enthusiastic exchange says "Senator Quay Is never without a book la his pocket." Pocketbook? Trlnce Dluileep thinks $35,000 a year allowance "ridiculously insufll clent." He ought to try earning it. With call money at per cent In tho stock market In New York, the man who has to borrow borrows troulilo. Kaiser Wllhelm snys the tro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 October 1902

w mm MHOER HE WAS SHOT FROM AMBUSH BY AN ASSASSIN WHILiZ GO ING HOME. Country It Greatly Excited Four Hundred People and Bloodhounds Are Hunting for Mil Merer -One Theory Involves Love Affair. Qulncy. 111., Oct. 23. Ono of th most mysterloua, as well as atrocious, murders in the criminal annaU of Adams County occurred at Plainvilbs a villas'' nineteen miles noutheast of this city, last night. Fred Larimore, the mdon of one of the best-known fmn 1 1 log in thin vicinity, was foully murdered while on hid way home, anil bloodhounds are now making a search for the trail which will lead to the per petrator of tho crime. I'p to thin evening no explanation of any kind was offered nor was there ny ono but Detective Koch, who Is working on tho case, who admitted that he had sufficient evidence to war rant the theory that a love affair was at the bottom of it all, and believed be fore twenty-four hours he would be able to jlace his hands on the mur derer. The entire county i9 stirred up over ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 October 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. Jolin Beal, Editor and IVopi-ii-t r. Entered lit tin- Postollice at Mexico, Mo., us second -etas matter. THURSDAY. OCT. .'50, 1!)0'J Democratic Ticket, For Juriirn of Supreme Court, (. 1). Kl'IKiKSS. L. I!. VALMANT. .1. 1). FOX. For Knilroiid Commissioinr. .1. A. KNOTT. .1. 1 KICK. For Sllperiiltonilent Public Schools. W. T. CAUUlNliToN. For.Jii(le St. I.ouis Court of AeuK VAU.K KICYHI HN. For CoiiKress Champ Clark. For Kepresentative-tireen lay. For Presiding .1ude-.t. K. Sims. For Judg" Western District -.1. A. Lewis For.lmlKt' Kiistern DistrictIns. Ileiitoii For l'roliate .Indue- V. W. Holts. For County Clerk- K. It. Curler. . For Circuit Clerk -W. II. Morris. For Collector-Alliert Harrison. For Recorder -S. K. Kendall. For Pros. Atfy -II. I.. P.ickley. For Sheriff- Ijulncy .lane s. ForTreasurer-V. II. Turner. For Coroner - W. W. Macfarlane. Vote for the 7th imieiidmeiit . Put your ballot in for Demon u ev Nov. 41 h. Rush Hill seems to be the...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 October 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. :J0, 190'J w UiDDCNCn INn UiDPFNIMn llttl I lhlu nnv uni liiiiiu. Jess Darnell, of near Laddouin, will move to Oklahoma soon. The City Council Monday night grunted saloon license to O. A. Brock. The high wire performers here ut the Korn Karnival get u salary of $400 a week. W. It. Campbell, near Centralia, thinks of moving West to grow up with the country. (. E. Hook is in St. Louis for n surgical operation. He has been ill for some time. V. L. French has been very ill. The dogs can now go unmuzzled. Mayor's order now out. Judge J. A. Lewis, out at Skin ner, since selling his farm, is, we understand, thinking of moving to town. The ladies of the Catholic church had fine success furnishing menls to the public during street fair week. The Clark-Bassford-Cautliorn will estate firm sold the b00 acre farm of Joseph Potts, near Skin ner, last week for :12,000. Roht. Hooton captured two of the Mkssawk prizes. Mr. llooton knows how to grow the pro ducts of the far...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 October 1902

young io mm MILES WILL. DE APPOINTED LIEUTEN ANT GENERAL OF UNITED STATES ARMY. , i The Announcement Officially Made at Washington General Miles Will Have Reached the Age Limit for Re tirement Next August General Cor bin Will in Turn Succeed Young. WatOiUnti.:). Oct. 28.- Ah predicted In theno dispatches, the President will appoint General S. n. M. Voi.iik to suc ceed Lieutenant General Miles when lh latter retires from service fur age .August 8. If OH. KormaJ announcement was made to day at the War Department by Adju tant General Corbln of the intention of the Secretary of War to promote THaJor General Young. The published statement calling attention to the fart that General Corbln's name preceded that lil General Young In the monthly Army Directory drew the Inference that General C'orbln might succeed Oeneral Miles. General Corbln aaid to-day: "I think 1 violate no confidence when I say that Major (Jeneral Young will ncc.ed General Miles. No one feels more pleasure than I do over ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 October 1902

Imaranre Against Smallpox. London companlea have commenced to write Insurance against smallpox, but thla doesn't mean that vaccination Is to be discarded. IOWA FARMS $4 H crop llll paid. IILIIALL. Bloux uiy, luwa. MISCELLANEOUS. MAIL ORDER MEN SAeeUwawmiend rnil LEGITIMATE1 BCtlKMK that brought ns BOB Mall Orders la month. THY IT. J. W. MVKKH O CO.. - Hoi 4 1 . Tlncenoea, Inrt. rorri A M-OoI. Iliwntni Weekly Feer 1 year, leeVsl ine"c( v. Pint Beet Ink (any color), 5ci total, aijOO. Hend 5"o (rub or atampai to-day end above will be aeni you free and postpaid, tleniein. bri tnta weekly paper 1 year ead H-P'nt of Ink lor B So. IIKitS rUB. CO., Wa.t Cheater, Ohio. nonDCV NEW discovery! Rivm J iX J I quick relief and caree wont ra.ee. Book of testimonials asd 10DAYS' treatment FBEK. Dr.g.g.OBBBB B BQWB.Boa K.AUanta.Oa How to Develop the Bust! ?J.fijfT;5S Wallaoa Supply Oo.,8Sl Jilt Tenth Bt., Toledo, Ohio. mt bfen onr rrtaant nti f telling cnorl mar C'lanrtiar nt whoTcaalc prices direct ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 October 1902

2 i 5 2 , &"f A A A HRT ATTL A A HRN A A A Wednesday, November 5. A A A Pollock's closing out sale will be held nt Littleby Station, 5 miles east of Mexico, on the Chicago 5c Alton Railroad. Having sold my farm I will sell my entire herd of Bates, Scotch and Scotch Topped Short-Horns-40 head of good ones. Also saddle horses.work mules.pure bred Poland China hogs, farm implements, etc. Sale begins at 10 nV.lnr.lc n. m. Lunch nt noon. Cattle sold in the afternoon. A rare chance for bargains. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1901! Tirms of Subscription: One year t. Six Months Three Months '-" BOILER EXPLOSION. Five Killed and Seventeen Cars Derailed. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. '25. A mogul engine pulling a through merchandise freight train on the Chicago & Alton railway, due in Kansas City at noon, exploded near Evanstown this morning at 11:17 o'clock. II. M.Hhoads, the the fireman, '24 years old, of Slat er, Mo., was killed, and John Con nelly the engineer, also of Slater, was so se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 November 1902

' : ' .7 X -. . . 1 ! . ( , Mexico souri Message.': VOLUME IV. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1902. NUMBER 1 Mis I!:- r SUICIDED. A Mexico Man Takes Own Life. His Last Thursday n telegram was received in this city that C. C. Voorhics, who was at Siloam Springs, Ark., for his health, had died at that place. Later the fact became known that he had cut his throat with a razor. The body was brought to this city and funeral services were held at the home conducted by Hev. J. 11. Pritchett, of the M. E, church South. The Masons had charge nt the gaave. Mr, Voorhics was in his 4Gth year and twenty years ago married Miss Henrietta Gooch of .this city. They had but one child, a son, who was drowned 2 years ago at the Wees Academy at Macon. Ever since this sad happening Mr. Voorhics had been in poor health. IleVas once a very active busi ness man. EIGHTY YEARS AGO. Costof Living in Missouri in Pioneer Days. Celumbia, Mo., Oct. 30. Ac counts, which were receutly dis co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 November 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publish or. MEXICO...- MISSOUUI i- . . - .' AvoM pet-rlch-qulck Bcliowicn. cO I. Tim. vi 9. Queen Drnpa must have dropped a letter off Jia ciid of her name. The trouble with tlio air rMp Is that It Is so apt U bo out of i'i ( li iacn'.-- Isn't, there some able-bodied man In P.clyjiim who ran give Kins Leopold a swift kick? Strikeout "obey" from th- marriage ceremony. This; Is the iikc of revolt, not obodb noo. Trouble In Maiedoniu ha asriuinr I almost tho iropnrllon.'i of a South American revolution. Will Wall MreM never learn that It canr.ot unfely !o $1 ..: i in busi ness on $lt capital ? 1! x!nK contests nio prohibited In Kentucky. They want the real noite. eye article down there. In tho tropics there I:: no monopoly In tho neccHs-aricK of life. That ir tho situation In a rocoanut t-hell. PhiK pons punch hats mr.de its ap pearance In New York. It. Is reported to he fully as had ax its name. Apparently Venezuela does not wisi ro havo tho rest of ...

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