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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 December 1902

Many of us might be happy If we Old not suffer from disorders of the liver. Then we ought to use Dr. Au gust JCoenlg's Hamburg Drops, which cure the disorders and bring the whole system to a healthy condition. a Earned nr Retirement Miss SuBan M. Hallowell, professor of botany for the past twenty-seven years at Welleslcy college, has ten dered her resignation. Her retirement withdraws from the faculty ranks the last member who served In the open log year of 1875. THE 8T. PAUL CALENDAR FOR 1903 six sheets 10x15 Inches, of beautiful reproductions, In colors, of pastel drawings by Dryson, Is now ready for distribution and will be mailed on re ceipt of twenty-five (25) cents coin or stamps. Address F. A. Miller, Gen eral Passenger Agent, Chicago. Major and 1'rlvBt CltUen. Mayor Seth Low lately considered a petition signed by Citizen Seth Low, and granted the relief prayed for. It is said Mr. Low did not attempt to influence the mayor in the slightest degree In the matter. Carpets can be...

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. — 25 December 1902

cincAoq&Efrrox ry. "Come, Ye Sinners." TIME Vtable rilURSDAY, DEC. 25, 1902 TIME TABL . Standard Time. WEST-liound Trains Leave No. 7 Colo. A (,'al. Limited 3:r a III No. 11 Kansas City Express !l:L'."i ll 111 No. 15 Missouri State Express. .IMS p in Terms of Subscription: One, year Hit Months Threo Months A Writer Who Thinks the Church Needs a New &&HANNIBAL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE., t.m ...) Lira Scholarship 40. No examlnVlon required torntor. Individual Inatruc . Hon. We assist oar pupils In scrsrtng positions. You can nttr at any tlror Write fr r pm tlrulnrs; aildrfsn, V. i.. KKI.tV, t'rmlitaiit, Iini.Bll.nl, Mo Baptism of Power. THE MESSAGE No. 11.1 Way 1'rolght 10:40a m GIRL DROPPED DEAD. Asked Schoolmates to Pray For Her Lessons too Exacting. St. Joseph, Mo., Due. 17. " Pray for me, girls, for I nm go u 'if to die, screamed pretty Katie Stone ns she was going from the Wyeth school, Eleventh mid Hen ry streets, to her home, soon after 4 o'clock this afternoon. One minut...

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. — 1 January 1903

souri Message VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1903. NUMBER 9 Mexico Mis 1 j. WILL EVANGELIZE. A Preacher Well Remem bered In Audrain. The paragraph below we quote from the Frankford (Mo.) Chroni cle. The preacher reffered to is well remembered in Audrain, hav ing served as pastor at Laddouia for several years, where lie former ly lived, and who preached at dif ferent points and held meetings over the county. The Chronicle says : Eld. VV. P. Dorsey, who has served the Frankford Christian church for the past two years, as pastor, and who will close his work here as such next Lord's day, informs ns that he will take the work of evangelist the coining year. This is a field of labor for which he is well fitted and splen didly equipped, in experience as well as in the way of pulpit ora- ory. He is one of the best preachers in the state, and during his two year's work here has ex pounded the genuine Jerusalem gospel with clearness and finish, backed by The...

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. — 1 January 1903

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI L ... The oil hrlrk did not stay with in 4.Q long us tho geld brick. ' John b. Sullivan la now firmly ron nccd of tho ingratitude of republics. 1 Sienklcwlcz always uses red Ink in writing his MSS. And his books are read. Papa's pocketbook Is In tho very midst of tlie strenuous life w hear so much about. J.n Soufrlere la Just liko a profos Blonal pugilist. Tho foolish oM thliiR doesn't know when to stop. , Wizard Kdlson is said to bo nhsr-nt-lninded. What If he should fowl to turn on the electricity some day! It certainly can do the lloer cause r.o harm to note that Chamberlain and Ilotha are actually growing chummy. The man who Invented the "flat" la dead, and a Kxul many people who livo In them would about as soon bo. In tho death of llerr Krupp it may truthfully bo said that Emperor Will iam has lost ono of his best fortifica tions. Tho laws of hospitality havo hal a Rood many amendments since the days of scattered pop...

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. — 1 January 1903

MINISTER BOWEN TO MEET FOR EIGN AMBASSADORS IN WASHINGTON. Effort to Induce Castro to Comply With Necessary Preliminary Condi tion Imposed by the Allied Powers Castro Is Openly Defiant. Washington: The formulation of the protocol between Venezuela and the allies will take place In Washing ton. Herbert V. Ilowen, United States Minister to Venezuela, will represent Venezuela, and may be here within ten days to meet the German, British and Hallnn Ambassadors In conference to agree upon the text of the protocol. The fact that the United States sent to .Mr. Bowen dlspaches covering the terms of the allies, coupled with the fact that Mr. Bowen was chosen a3 representative of tho allies during the rupture of diplomatic relations with Venezuela, makes it practically certain tha' the alios wll accept him now as tho representative of Venezuela. There is reason to believe, also, that the United States has counselled Cas tro to accept the Gorman ultimatum of prepayment of the $300,000 which Ger...

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. — 1 January 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered nt tho Postofllcn at Mexico, Mo., as second-class mutter. THURSDAY. JAN. 1, 1903 Can't stem the tide against tnu nieipnl ownership for Mexico. It's coining. The man who guzzles whisky is the fellow who pays the saloon keeper's license tax. The coming session of the Mis souri Legislature should make Sen ator Vest a tender of re-election. Missouri leads all the States in the increased values of her farm products for 1902. (fraud old Missouri. Half the corn in Audrain is yet ungathered. lint the fanners are not losing a day that they can get into the fields. Our Hush Hill correspondent blames the County Hoard of Equal ization for the high valuation of property in that town. Ever hear of a strike among the employes of the postolTices? Gov ernment ownership, and the gov ernment always pays good wages. A reader in Illinois writes us: "Say! 1 missed getting the Mi:s SAtiu last week. Don't miss trie for the pape...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 January 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1903 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. XX Ex-Mayor W. K. on the sick list. Potts has been K, K. Buckner, near Auxvasse, is feeding 200 head of horses and mules for the market. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sell), north of Mexico, are the happy parents of n new daughter. Gov. Dnckcry has offered $300 reward for the appreheusion of the Union, Mo., bank robbers. George Lee of this city $229 for a fine saddle horse a days ago bought from J. Saunders of Fulton. paid few P. A La Plata, Mo., man is suing J. V. Harper, of this city, charg ing him with alienating his wife's affections. Harper is asked to pay $3,000. Major Hiram Ricketts, who was hurt by the cars at Wellsville two weeks since, was able to be brought home last Saturday. He seems to be improving. There were five accessions to the M. E. church, South, last Sun day morning. Rev. Anderson, the pastor, is urging special effort among the young people. J. L. Galloway, of Iowa, recent ly purchased the Joseph Maxwell farm e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 January 1903

It. W ICR Til RI MER wanted a baby. Mrs. Werthcl nuT'n aspira tions for a household ccn- tor of attraction was substantial ly In the But.io direction. It mtiKt. be ad mitted, however, that the desires f the two for the same object lid not emanate from the same rJew point; there was nothing marital In their thought, the sonand-heir idea never occurring to cither of them. A dog, a cat nnd a canary bird had hitherto been the objects of Mr. Wer theimer's amusements when off duty, but he had grown weary of the monot ony of all three and wanted something human that ho could love, pet nnd therlsh animals did not seem to (111 VZvJ Jigit . f Sr.- I ) V MWifi & (WmmM) J v IH fel Si -Mt m& ? m MP 1 ry& .. ft t' . W$ ? Mr. Werthelmer was amazed to find sprawling on the floor, surrounded with soft pillow3, a chubby-faced, blue-eyed infant, with little wisps of golden curls hanging around a shapely head. the void in his heart. Moreover, he was .i jolly sort of a man and !'.! t the nee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 January 1903

I WN U. S. MINISTER TO ENGLAND Commends Pcruna to All Catarrh Sufferers. Hon. Louis E. Johnson is tho son of the late Reverdy Johnson who was fnited States Senator from Maryland, also Attorney Goneral under l'resident Johnson, and United States Minister to England, and who was regarded as the greatest constitutional lawyer that ever lived. In a recent letter from 1006 F. Street, N. V., Mr. Johnson says : "No one should longer suffer frota catarrh whetj Per una is ac cessible. To my knowledge It has caused relief to so many of my friends and acquaintances, that It Is humanity to commend Its use to mil persons suffering with this distressing disorder of the human system." Louis E. Johnson. Catarrh PoUonff. Catarrh is capable of changing all the life-giving secretions of the body into scalding lluids, which destroy and inflame every part they come in contact with. Ap plications to the places affected by catarrh can do litile good save to soothe or quiet disagreeable symptoms. Hence it ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 January 1903

THE MESSAGE rilUKSDAY, .TAN. 1. 1903 Trnns of Hitbsrriptimi : One year fl. Six Months Three. Months WHITE FLOUR. Causes Appendicitis So Says a Physician. Changes in millin; processes arc responsible for appendicitis, according to a physician who has been in the practice of medicine for fifty years and who has ob served the spread of the disease. This physician, Dr. II. C. How ard, of Champaign, 111., asserts that until the trade demand for exceedingly white flour changed the methods of grinding wheat there was no appendicitis. To prove this assertion the physician points to the facts when; coarse breads are used the disease is un known but as soon as the bread stutfs are introduced appendicitis comes as a sequence. 15y this reasoning it is shown that the peo ple of agricultural communities who secured their Hour from small mills did not have the disease un til the small mills were crowded out by the large oties and line flour supplanted the coarse. Then the negroes of the south so l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 January 1903

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1903. NUMBER 10 HID THE WATCH. Found in a Hollow Tree Gilbert Stole It. George Gilbert, with Indian blood in his veins,. who some weeks ago came from McCtine Station, Pike county, is serving a'jail sen tence in this city charged with stealing o watch guard from A. G. Smith, near Benton City. Mrs. Smith also missed her gold watch at the same time, and suspicion rested on Gilbert ns having taken it also. Gilbert had been working for Mr. Smith. Last Saturday Mrs. Smith insti tuted a search for her watch and found it in a hollow tree wrapped in some cotton in the woods near where Gilbert had been chopping. Mr. Smitfi came to town with the watV and when he and Sher iff James faced Gilbert in jail with the story of the iindiug of the wrtch Gilbert confessed to the theft. Gilbert will likely gaze upon prison walls for some time. Mexico has nineteen firms. real estate Edgar Lee aud Wiley Atkius at ten...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 January 1903

Mexico Missouri Message John Bonl, Publisher. frlEXICO MISSOURI dj)jij v pun jou tii no cannauiu UO.Ipj3 91U08 'B)SI)tlHJ03 JO 0dll03 B ojoidiuoa 11 9hbiu oj spodU sotidp jjjnn R.piJo.vv em jo j.iml Joioj3 ei Op 1 pUB 000,I JtlOIV SHOIUBll 0 iqu oq UBqs o. JOU.MBJ 0)J!I t pooiiBApti gnu, eju..)s uoti.w s(lntjoc autu xou j?oq v joj Su.Bjd sjb oiB..i MOPIA ul fiuoijninaui 0qi;).iBii m I1V 'f'o 'jCqtiq .i3 B hb.w u piiy XqBq moii oqi Jo jouoq tl Xi.m.) 0 OOO'Olt Aa ijnuBiiiiuy .io.A H'MM 'ifuoj.w spjo.w sii'i'I UIOl,)H .0J1UU.1.B OA.I.lNqO O) iqllB) B oq.w pisq.) f)tj jnqi smniu.u i.nij aqj iuq 'opmu ion pun u.ioq o.ib h.i.i'Hs poo8 iqj s.ftn tqooq.iH .)(iiU rjipl japBnqj o( jo luopU.uuiJ.Hllis oqx 'H-'J JciuiitiBq oq) woq.vi 'quoqi 'u; om pooo .qqtiqo.nl on siu.. s "'J Jjo p.iii()!(.)im mi.w. iibiu iiiiiuiA ouo a' in. )...! .ui;, qj.iuq.) plll)OAO,) u qij.w uoi.,uuoj III Pl.HJ B.Yi qjjq.w s.ii).)i.)C( jo trca h iv HStlB.Kiq IKIlf U.ip (IA OH JO A.J V aju ojoqi uoqj puv 'p o qoiitu ooj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 January 1903

MARKLE ANSWERS. SPAIN'S FAMOUS STATESMAN PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY AT MADRID. Former Colleague With Their Leader to the Last King and Queen Mother Send Messages of Sorrow Sketch of Famous Liberal's Career. Madrid: Senor Don I'raxPdes Ma loo Sagasta. ox Prime Minister of Spain, died here of broncritis, having luen a sufferer from this ailment for Home time. His family were by his bedside throughout the day. Several liberal ex-ministers also passed the day at the house or their old leader. King Alfonso sent twice to Inquire as to Senor Sagasta's condition. Mb Ma 1esty had expressed "ills Intention of go Inn to the bedside and bid farewell to the country's old Bervant. but high offi cials objected, on the ground that It would be contrary to court etiquette, and the King regretfully abandoned his purpose. His Majesty, however, wrote a touch ing letter of sympathy to the family. on Fraxedes Mateo Sagasia was born at Torrecllla, in Old Castle, In 1 827. and was, therefore, in his 76th year. He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 January 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor mid Proprietor. Entered at the Postoflico at Mexico. Mo., ns seoiiml-cliiss mutter. THURSDAY. JAN. ' 8, 1903 It turns out that the electric light company has only a "per mit", not a franchise, to operate in this city. The Chicago University still lacks a "chair" which will ' teach the youth how to acquire wealth as Mr. Kookefeller. The Messaok was the first paper in this county to favor the con solidation of schools. The other papers are now "falling in." It is reported that the Standard Oil Company has secured control of the Texas oil field. Death to competition, is the motto of the trusts. The Mkssa;k subscription list keeps lengthening out. Don't you forget -that a moment. "Best paper in the j county." Let us put your name on our list, too. The Mkssauk endorses the. Na tional Teachers' Association in its move for phonetic Spelling. A" few people" are already spelling "pro gram" as we do and they'll be obliged to take up that...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 January 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1903 XX HAPPENED AM HlPPEHIflS. Q The Legislature opened yester day. Mrs. J. M. KudJ, near Concord, is said to be afflicted with small pox. Clayton Kendall will be nu as sistant to his father, Judge S. E. Kendall, in the Recorder's office. V. T. Keith lost u valuable mare a few days ago. Died from lockjaw, the result of a nail in her foot. The Fulton opera house was de stroyed by fire last Sunday morn ing. A large grocery store ad joining was also burned. Mr. J. M. Beagles informs us that he will leave soon on a visit to his son, Noah Beagles, at Mis soula, Mont., where he may re main thru the summer. Prof. E. S Patterson, couuty school commissioner of Booue and first assistant teacher in the Cen tralia public schools, has resigned these positions and will teach next year in the schools at Marshall. Warren Smith who was married the other day to Miss Ora Dunn of Callaway county, is a son of the Rev. G. B. Smith, the veteran Baptist preacher who for a num...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 January 1903

Missouri TRUST FIXED PRICES. Commissioner Kinley Make Report on Beef Inquiry. I. H. Klnley of Kansas City, who was appointed by tho State Supremo Court to take testimony as special oommissioncr In the proceedings Insti tuted In that court against the pack ing companies, has filed his report. In part the report says: "The testimony shows and your commissioner finds that the Armour, Hammond. Swirt and Ctidahy packing companies, together with Nelson Mor ris & Co., a co-partnership at St. Jos eph, Mo., between August 21, 1899, end May 9, 1902. by their managers and agents who had charge of their respective coolers at sold place, en tered rnto an agreement and under standing to fix and control the prices of dresserl beef and fresh pork slaugh tered, manufactured, prepared and of fered for sale or to be sold by said compatilt'B to the retail butchers and others of St. Joseph, Mo., and that aid corporations, together wllh Nel son Morris & Co., agreed among them selves and with each...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 January 1903

T If you aro roughing talte Dr. Au gust Koonlg's Hamburg Ilreast Tea, Rise of n I'oDBrmimnn. Tlictus W. Sims, a representative in congress from Tennessee, was working thirty years ago in a brlikyard at $1 a day, and later wandered over the Ulg Bend State with the pack of a peddler on his back. WHEN YOUR URUl'KR SAM rte does not have Ppflance Starch, you may be aure he I afraid to keep It until his Btork of 12 ox. package are mild. De fiance Starch la not only better than any other Cold Water Starch, but contains 16 oi. to the package and :ells for iudi money as 13 oi. brands. Remedy tor Ferntlnr UUaa.se. A remedy, it is stated, has been dis covered iu the French Conno for the disease known as the "sleeping sick ness," a kind of trance, which affects the negro population of Africa. u Miss Alice Bailey, of Atlanta, Ga., tells how she was permanently cured of inflamma tion of the ovaries, escaped sur geon's knife, by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "' I bad suffered for t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 January 1903

THE MESSAGE rilUKSDAY, JAN. H, 1!)03 Terms of Subscription: One your !. Hit Months Three Months -' HUSH MONEY. Is Rockefeller Giving Just to He Liberal. Chicago, Jan. 1. ''John D. Rockefeller's dollars have sealed the lips of every instructor at the Chicago university and that insti tution will never become a truly great place of learning," said Prof. John Pascom to-night. I'rof. IJaseoui was formerly the president of the University of Wisconsin, hut he is now n professor at Wil liams college. The noted educa tor began his attack upon the oil king several days ago, but he re served his heavy lire until he reached Chicago. "In the Fast," he continued, "it is considered necessary to teach political economy and sociology in every large institution of learning, llow are professors at the Chicago university to do thisf They have accepted this man's money and in fairness to him and themselves they must not tell the young men and women who come to their school how their benefactor gained h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 January 1903

t, 1; M, -h Cx vY (fff I w .i.i iJP khmjr -ATxL kjX JjLwfi O URI '4' s 7 'V' volume "i v. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1903. NUMBER 11 r 0 . I--'' i a r r 9k a ' tf ' A MEXICO, THH COUNTY, MEXICO. ' . Abe Lnrimore, south of Mexico, will move his family here shortly, lie has sold his farm. v T. J. Clendenia has sold his bowling alley at Jefferson City. The Tribune says the price was $1, GOO. ; : " Wallace Rogers has moved here from Rush Hill.- lie occupies a residence on North Washington street. The degree team of Thompson exemplified floor" work for - the Married Men's League here one night last week. .-," - Rev. II. E. Tru'ex of this city united in marriage last week Mr. J. P. Hudson. of St.Louis and MIbs L. B. Powell of Gilliam. . G. M. Anderson, son of,'. Rev. Joh u. Anderson of this city, was married in Chicago one day last week to Miss Esther Holden. Albert Tucker, bora in this city Gl years ago, died at his home in St. Joe, Arkansas, last week. lie l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 January 1903

Hoxico Missouri f.lessago John BeeJ, Publish. pEXlOO....... .. MISSOURI Kin; Leopold In about due for an ether scandal of tome kind. There Is a new counterfeit bill out. but many of us are not worrying at all about It. Tbe boy who never oared to shovel tr.ow didn't fr,row up and become a trubt magnate. Spain It trying :o buy more war ahlpa. Spain inus; have money to burn and blow up. King Edward I much Inclined to take off hla coat and show the Uoya bow to run an emp're. The Mad Mullah wan anBasslnated while he was kneeling; In prsyer. An other boost for the atheists. It will be pretty bard to gt peo ple vho like buckvheat cakes and sausage to take up the no-breakfast fad. Dr. Lorenz lias cured a case of "wry neck." Not even the Austrian special ist, however, can cure the "rubber neck." The bears that kept out of range of President Roosevelt's rifle have much to bo thankful for, even if they don't Know it . The man who doesn't believe In hid ing his light under a bushel usually feel...

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