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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 April 1900

Mexico M M ISSOURI ESSAGE. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1900. NUMBER 25 I'iiy as you go then more likely you can kee) on going. Tliree frame store houses at II ig hec were destroyed 1y fin' last week. Ij. A. Bird, formerly of the Messa.sk, now lias control of the Father Forum. Mr. George Ham, District Dep uty of the Modern Woodmen, has moved his family to Mexico. A St. Joseph man died the other day of pneumonia, contracted, it is said, by removing his hat at the funeral of a friend the week before. English taxpayers would be in better business to contribute to the starving and dying in India than in giving to prosecute the war in Africa. The Iiich Hill Critic says that during a recent teachers' examina tion the question, "What direction is (ireenland from the North pole!" was asked. "Southeast," was the prompt reply of a young lady who held a first-grade certificate. Adolphus Busch, of St. Louis beer fame, seeks to immortalize his name by giving ."...

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. — 26 April 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. APR. 26 VMM Published Every Thursday. John Ural, Editor mid Proprietor. Klitcreil lit lln' 1'iistnlliic ill Meirn. Mi)., II scniinl-rliisx luiill'T. i Term " Suhsrrijiliini : One Yi'iir S'iT Muni lis. . . . Three .Mnntli. . ...l.i. ill (Tilts, ."i retlls. ANNOUNCEMENTS. State Senator. Vi' ire nntlnirizeil tn iiiiiHiiinci- M. It. K. HUMS n cinili. lute for Mule Senator for this ilis- trlct. SIltljlTt til till- lU-lillll I'f till' Kelllll- -rati- party. We lire iiiitlinri.iil In linn re C. I'. ( LAKK ii ciiniliilate fur Slate Senator frmn this. Hie lllli district. Sllliject In III"' ncticill of the lleiniuTiitlc primary. May .Mh. For Representative. We lire inilhiiri.eil I" iiliiniiinrc IMIODKS (LAY II candidate (ill- l:eile.ielllillive id All- ilrain Cuiinly. sulijcci to the suti f the Deiniteriitii' iurty. Forjudge Eastorn District We nre miihnrieil I" a mice 1,1 Y m.itni: a candidate for .Imltfe 'f He LasUm Dis trict, snlijeel In the aelinii of the lleinu-clMt...

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. — 26 April 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. APRIL 26, l'JOO. Dr. Kay's Renovator, for the livrr. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. ('. 15. Morris, n win. Horn, to President and Mrs. J. V Million, of Hardin ColUw, a son. Claude Anbury' house caught on fire tlie other day. lie discov ered it in time. Mr. Frank Bruce the Duly district Eight months term. will teach in next winter. Thi' State Medical Association will hold an interesting meeting in Mexico next month. A married Men' League is tube organized in Mexico at the A. O. V. Y hall tonight. Miss Wood has another invoice of millinery since Easter. See her new stock hats. Miss Kate Atkinson will le the assistant teacher in the Hentoii Citv schools next term. Dr. Kay's Renovator a crfect system renovator. Sold by J. F. Llewellyn at 2."c and $1. Ed. V. Williams left this week to accept a position with Liggett & Myers of St. Ijoui. Lakenan & Harnes sold -0 acres of valuable laud in the north limits of Mexico to Jacob Schopp for .100. Dr. Nicholas is still in a w...

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. — 26 April 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. A I'll. 2G VM) PROGRAM. Audrain Baptist Bible Instl tute With Union Church April 28-29. id Institute opens Niiturtluy at !) o'clock n. in., 1!00. Devotional exercises led ly X. S. .lolmslon. " Wlml niv (lie Sins, Ciiuscs nud liesnlls of liw-ksiitliiiK in llcnrtf" A. K. ltur.h. "How )o Stimulate Systematic (living for Local ami Missionary Purposes," P. II. Taylor, "What is the Host Means of Kn listintf Sunday School Workers" J. U. Crawford nud T. P. Todd. "Our duty toward Home and Foreign Missionary Work," K. S. (iil,l)S. "What should be the Attitude of the Association to Churches who recognize Alien Immersion?" I M. Slioush. "The importance of Church Dis cipline," M. C. Carter ami W. J. Jesse. "The best method of teaching the Sunday School Lesson," .1. K. Jesse and J. L. Ware. "The duty of Pastors to teach Paptist Doctrine," J. P. Hawkins and X. S. Johnston. "The purpose of the Lord's Sup per, and who can partake of it," J. J. Porter. "The educational feature o...

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. — 3 May 1900

77 Missouri iJ c JL1 VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1900. NUMBER 20 Mexico n I The wife thosen for tin- new Mil litary Academy is everybody's choice now. Charles Mallow, colored, lies in the Mexico jnil on a charge of car rying concealed wcaions. Let's have no betting over the primary Saturday, please. Vote for the best fellows and keep your peace. M. Victor has sold his interest in the dry goods firm of Victor Bros., of this city, to his brother, Victor Victor. Interest in the Old Ladies' Home enterprise should not be allowed to lag. This is another enterprise Mexico will see to in time. Let each school district pick 1G to 1 Democrats to the county con vention in Mexico next Monday. That's the only way to do it. Omar Dimple (iray, of the Stur geon Leader, nominates Lonnie V. Stephens for Comptroller of the Currency in President Bryan's cabinet. O come down. A Scriptural quotation for lazy men: "The Lord will provide." Another for men with headsful of a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 May 1900

THE MESSAGE',',nM" 11 is " 1 j live in" THURSDAY. MAY .1 I'.ioo Published Every Thursday, John l'.i'iil, Editor and I'ropiv'tor, Kiitcrcil ill tin1 I'uKiolliiM' lit Mexico. Mm., lis si ml-rliis niiilli r. Term f Snbsrfipliiin : One Year Six Mmitlis Three Mntltlis. .."ill cents. V.'i cent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. State Senator. We nre niillinrlzi'il in iiiiiiinmrc M. IS. K. limes II cMnlliliite for Mute Sclintiil' fur Hits dis trict, silliject to the nctinli of I lie Dnno iTHlie party. We are iintlmri.i-il lo iiiinoiiiiie C. f. i I.AT.K ii enn-liilitte for Stiite Seimtor fmi lliis. the lltli district, silliject to Hie nrtioii of the lleiiinenitic iriiiniry. Miiy .'ith. For Representative. We lire lllllliorieil til llllliolllice i:iioi)i;s clay II fit I ! 1 1 il il t for l!eiresi-llt:llive of A 1 1 - ilr.iin County, subject to tin' action or i In-Donincratii- pally. Forjudge Eastern District We arc jiiilliiil'ixcil to announce i ; I - V M.i INK iHMinillilille for .lii'le of the Lastrrn llis-tr...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 3, 19(H). Primary next Saturday. Nilkoline 8e nt Harding' Dr. Kay's Hcnnvator, for livi'f. the Norn, toKossCauthoriiand wife, a daughter. Next Saturday settles it with the eandidates. Millinery at eut P. W.Harding's. jtriees at Probate Court meets the second Monday in May. M. Victor leaves this week for Louisville, Ky., where lie will re side. The Haptist brethren of Vanda lia are planning to build a new church. Try Kelso & Douglass for the freshest and best candies. Oppo site Postoflice. Miss Wood has another invoice of millinery since Kaster. Sec her new stock hats. To liurifv the blood renovate with Dr. Kav's Hciiovrtor. Ask .1. F. Llewellyn for it. The candidates will not speak in Mexico tomorrow night as had been previously arranged. C. H. Darnhart, of the Kingo Hotel, is an enthusiast for munici pal ownership, and don't you for get it. "It is not the number of facts he knows, but how much of a fact he is himself. That proves the man." Kev. F. M. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 May 1900

U. ANDERSON. A Model Audrain Farmer "May His Kind Increase." WAR IS NEAR. Secretary Root Turned an Alarmist. The Sturgeon Lender puhlishcs tlit' following interview with K. Anderson, of tin' west purl of this county: "I wis horn in l)enninrk and was iippi"'iit iced to a niiiti who wns to ninke it carpenter out of Hie ill live years. In that country liet'orc yon can take contracts to erect houses you must have a paper showing that vim are coiupeleiil to do the work. You have to serve under a hoss for live years and then if you can do it certain piece of work reipiired hy the govern ment your hoss gives you your graduation papers and then you lieconic a hoss. in every town in that country you will find a car penter's union. If you are a grad uate you apply to this union for work. If without money, they hoard you two weeks free, and if uiiahle to secure work for you, oit c;o to another city and ask in like manner. Well, to make a huig story short, I decided to lie a hoss carpenter and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 May 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. The Ctli district Christ inn En deavnr convention meets at Wt-lls- vi He Jund 8-10. New suit in tlio Circuit Court, "V. II. French vs. Willard Potts et nl, revival." Tlic Ccntrnlin Courier calls Hhodcs Clay "a Democrat in whom there is no guile." A state nmnry election law should lie a live issue before the Legislature next winter. The following lawsuit has been filed: T. J. Kelso vs. T. J. IIox eyj about $2,."i(M) involved. Sallie Kizer, of this city, wants a divorce from her husband, John Kizer. The parties arc colored. The Vaudalia Leader says A. 1). Bledsoe, of Molino, is one of Au drain's Democratic ten-inch guns and always shoots at the mark. (. II. (Tobe) Dubray, of Lad donia, called on the Mkssaok last Thursday. Tol is one of the most successful farmers in that neck o' woods. W. A. Flint, of Hoopeston, 111., has bought the good will and fur niture of the Ringn Hotel of this city. Mr. Barnhart, the retiring landlord, will move to Illinois. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 10 !!)()() Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor, KntiTi'.l lit tin- 1'i.stoHici' ;it Mi'icn, Mo., ns sci'Dii.l -I'lnss iiiutti r. ' Ti rmn of Siihsrri iliini : (Hi- War !.'. Six M. mills ." c nt. 'I'lnvi' .Miintlis .'" t-i tili. Hhvas says:" Imperialism meins a transiTix'ssion of some one." What's the matter with doe M lntyrc; he's all right. Mis was the happiest speech liel'ore the Demo- eratie 'onveiitioii last Monday. TltK gold Democrats are still kicking for a compromise against l(i to 1. No compromise should lie the ery. The money issue must not lie subordinated. Phosi kki i'V time.4 with the Mex ico saloons last Saturday. The puzzler made himself (piite eon spriumis on the street too. Verily our civilization has an advance to make yet. Tin: iovci nmeiit is having a lit tle experience with trusts. Ma.lic the trusts want !"' discourage war, don't know! Projectile manufacturers want $2i0 each for 12 inch deck pcircing shells, which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1900. The County Court is in session thin week. Eld. W. H. Hook is holding a scries of rvvival meetings nt Thomp son. William Seymour will be the census enumerator for the town of Sturgeon. The Kinjjo Hotel has changed hands again. Lesh and Xorris are again the proprietors. Prof. Wayne Barley, of Lath rop, Mo., will be a member of liar din College facility next term. Miss Hansard has commenced her special May sale of hats. Will make you reduced prices during this sale. Come early. Ernest li. Coil will apply for ad mittance to the bar at the next term of Circuit Court. Ernest is a hard student and will succeed. Clarence P. U niton, of Sturgeon, dealer in Gents' furnishing goods, shoes, etc., has failed. His liabil ities are said to be about $G,000. His stock will invoice about $4, (KM). Mrs. H. Jacobson and two daughters, Misses Fanuie and May, will open an ice cream parlor, in cluding a candy counter and a soda fountain, west of Smith Bros', store. The ...

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. — 10 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY K 1900 HARD PRESSED. Once a Cattle King Poverty. Now In Kansas City, M., May 4. (Jrant (Silletto, once the cattle king of Woodbine, Kas., is living in poverty in Chihuahua, Mexico, supported in a large measure by the labor of his wife. It was eom inonly believed wlien (Jillette Hid that he took n large sum of money with him, hut if he did he has let it get away from him. The fugitive for a time ran a fine hotel at Chihuahua, hut that prov ed unprofitable, and he went into the dairy business on a large wale, and stories il.mted hack to Kansas City that (Jillette would soon he a millionaire again. Last winter Mrs. (Jillette had smallpox, and it was with difficulty that she was nursed thru the disease. An in fant child died, and then (Jillette himself was accidentally poisoned. It took him som- weeks to recnvi r his strength. I'uder these dis couraging eiivtinntaiiees the dairy business slipped away from them, and they found thcnm-lves with out capital. Only r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 May 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. NUMBER 28 Mr. Frank Epping, ft" employe of the Wabash Co., Mexico, ami Miss Scott, of St. Joseph, were married last week. The Populist at Sioux Kalis last week nominated Charles A. Towne, of Minnesota, a silver He publican, for Vice President. Wm. Sehultz, agent for the Lemp Brewing company, of Wells ville, is under arrest for violation of the State beer inspection law. ' The Martinsburg Republican says: The Mkssauk is rejoicing from the fact that all three of the Mexico papers agree ou oneioint municipal ownership. The Farber Forum says it was the first in appealing to M. R. K. Biggs to make the race tor the State Senate, and that paper there fore with pardonable pride rejoic es in the victory Mr. Biggs has won. The C. A. has mortgaged itself again, this time for $22,000,000, the Farm Loan & Trust Co., of New York City, filing such a pa per against the C. & A. with Re corder J. T. W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 17 1!)00 Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Edilor mid Proprietor, iJuW rc I j:i lit' P( rs' , lit c'-.i ! Mil. ::. v.'.iii i !:i.-.s . r. Ti-rms at Sihsrrlji'ii.it : Oni' Yfur M.oi. Six Moiiii.x ." mm TIlP " ?!.( !! .V. i i -. For (' ngress, HON. CHAMP ('LAWK. For State Senator 1 1tli District, M. W. K. BIGGS. For Representative, RHODES CLAY. For Collector, ALBKh'T HARRISON. For Sheriff, (Jl'IXCY .1AM FS. For Prosecuting Attorney, IlOWAKP L. IilCKLFY. For Assessor, .1. M. NIPPLE. For Treasurer, .1. II. SALLKF. For Surveyor, W. S. Mc-KIXXEY. For Coroner, DR. K. McD.HRlPGFORD. . For Public Administrator, .1. F. JESSE. Judge Western District, .1. A. LFWIS. Judge Eastern District, i 1' Y MrCFXE. Teddy, The Whole Thing. Tiik following liil of gossip conies from Washington City: (iov. Teddy Rooscfclt is in his own estimation the Invest, thing in Washington and the most showy flower in the Republican boipiet. Ho has been strutting around the Capitol and the Whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1900. Mrs. E. A. Collins, of Laddonia, is the guest of Mexico friend. Clay MeClurc, of near Denton City, made the Messaue a snhstan tinl eall Tuesday. MisH Ethel Thornhurgh, a com positor on the Messahk.Ims Wn on the sick list for two weeks. Henrietta Dodd has hrought unit against her huslmnd for divoree. She charges cruel treatment and non-supMrt. The closing excicises of the col ored school last Friday night were much enjoyed by the audience. Eld. S. D. Duteher addressed the graduating class in a most pleasing manner. The Martinslmrg Baptist Church is to he dedicated Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock, June 3d. Dr. J.J. Porter, of Mexico, will preach. There will he dinner on the grounds. Prof. E. A. Collins, of Laddonia, Dr. J. C. Parrish, of Vandalia, (Juy Uurkhart, Tom Uass, of Mexico, and 11. N. West, of (Jant, atten ded the Republican State conven tion in Kansas City this week. Sheriff M. X. Melson has recei ved the appointment by the Nation al Democra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 17 1!)H) "SCRAPS.' Some Thoughts From a VVil Ham Jewell Student. LlllKIITY, Mo., May . KIHTOH SIkssauK: After a month's illncs.i we again have tilt' pleasure of off cring our "scraps" of news, and in- iv.v.i humble oiiinioiis to your patient an inviting columns. Kxperienc' is tin great teacher In no other way do we learn so thoroly and no well. We itpprcci nle health only wl .-n sonic conta gion is gnawing at our vitals, and pleasant surroundings only when sorrow conies, and such is the dep ravity of our natures that ve 1 know how to appreciate our friends until death has made, it impossible for us to tell them so. How tin fortunate that we are so; and yet every new experience corroborates this truth and often- humiliates us with weaknesses. Perhaps it is necessary that the lessons of life he experienced that they may lie well learned. At 11:20 o'clock Wednesday niirht the lights were turned off and a mob of scvcuty-livc men broke open the jail door at this...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 May 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1900. NUMBER 29 A wise mint would rather le ig nored than bored. Oood words for the Mkssauk eonie in every day. Next Friday week the census taker will he let loose. Men do less than they tdinuld unless they do all they run. Some people wear glasses because they enn't lielicve their own eyes. Mnrtinsburg will build an addi tion to her public school building this summer. Laddonia is getting ready for her 14th annual celebration of the Fourth of .lulv. A Washington City man is build ing an air ship. Mope he'll make it go this time. Our near-by exchanges are urg ing that Farber should be able to organize that new bank. Farber has n good bank. It is a public park she is after. To the farmer don't go over two neres to get to one. You can raise the same on one acre you might on two if you will do the work more thoro. A New York clairvoyant told the owner of a stolen horse where the animal could be found....

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 24 lfl(H) Published Every Thnrnday. John Ileal, Editor and Proprietor. Kllt'H'(l lit till' PontoHicr III Mexico. Mil,, IIS SfCollll-liliS Mill t t'T. I Tvrmx dI Sitbxt riiitloH : One Yi'iir I.UU. Six .Months .VI cent. Three Month '. '.'." renin, DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLAHK. For State Senator 11th District, M.H. K. 13I(i(JS. For Kepresentntive, RHODES CLAY. For Collector, ALBERT HARRISON. For Sheriff, QUINSY JAMES. For Prosecuting Attorney, HOWAKD L. 1JICKLEY. For Assessor, J. M. S11TLE. For Treasurer, J. H. SALLEE. For Surveyor, R. S. McKINNEY. For Coroner, DR. E. Mc D.DRIDOFORD. For I'ulilic Administrator, .1. E. .(ESSE. Judge Western District, J. A. LEWIS. Judge Eastern District, (IUY MtCl'NE. Prosperity, Eh? Thk Republican State platform, adopted at Kansas City last week, congratulates McKinlcy's adminis tration "in establishing the high est prosperity the country has ever known." We are curious to know whore that prosperity comes i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 May 1900

) THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 24, 1900. They have the buhouie plague in Han Francisco. Miss Anna Ilinde is the guest of Fulton relatives. W. A. Morris is recovering from n hard siec of sickness. Etl. Kunkel, assistant in the postofliee, has been quite a sick man. (low Stephens is begging Mis sourians to help the starving in India. Mr. James F. Kuse, of this city, is very ill and not expeeted to re cover. (Jeorge Barton made the Mkssauk call Tuesday. of Luddonia a substantial Sheriff Melson and .lohn Lane are rusticating at Randolph Springs, upon a Chariton river. branch of the Miss liunnetta Thornburgh is spending a two weeks' vacation with her sister, Mrs. J. F. Kuse, northeast of Mexico. "Uncle" Robert Kerr, of Molino vicinity, is feeding 19 head of line two year old steers. They will weigh near 1,230 pounds. A Wellsville paper said that there was smallpox in Vandalia, There is no such thing. Vandalia denies it most emphatically. Wellsville will have a big cele bration and Modern Wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 24, 1900. Thin truth by lion Franklin: Do good to thy friend to keep him and to thy enemy to gain him. Dr. J. K. Fritts, of this city, was elected one of the vice presi dents of the State Medical Associ ation. Mexico is talked of as the per matient place for holding the State Medical Association annual gath erings. John Dacik, of Farber, master nieehnnie when it conies to any thing in the hlacksmithing line, has been offered liberal induce ments to locate at Santa Fe and will accept. The Mkssaok knows liacik to lie a good fellow. John Wise and Henry llaycraft, of near Laddonia, as plaintiffs, and Albert Robertson and others, as defendants, had a road ease be fore the County Court in Mexico last week trial by jury. The road will be opened, and Wise gets $1G damages and llaycraft $12. The State Prohibition Conven tion meets in Mexico June 13, 14 and !"). This announcement con cerning the event is made: "Half fare on railroads. Reduced hotel rates. Magnificent...

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