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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 August 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 12, 1Q00. NUMBER 40 "A little Bird Told Me." "Hill." xuiil tin- small Ixiy to the bird. "I'm fond of yon, ii h n my word. Hut lately ! h'uvc nut In-I' able To taki' mi ttili' otf tin table. Or from tin- pantry swipe a rooky. Or jam, or even play nt linoky. Iliitmuiniiia gets right nt tin1 fads No mutter lion I hide my trucks. Ami lln-n she turns iiicon her k And. crackcy! hut she wallops mi1! Ami when I ask. 'Who told you. ma'.'. Sin1 only In uulis it ml says, 'Alia! A little lilrdle watches you Anil tells me every tlilim you ilo!' "Now, Hill, perhaps you're not the one. Hut I'liaut'es I don't like to run. So Ret this thru your head, somehow - I'm going to the pantry now To sample every jar and dish And eat just everything I w ish: And listen. Hill, if any one Should ever hear what I have done, Itememlier w hat I've said, and that. Ill-well. I'll feed you to the rut!" William Million lias been finite...

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. — 9 August 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. Al'ti !) 1'mo Published Every Thursday. .1 J0I111 Peal, Editor and Proprietor. Kntcred lit tin- l'ostollice lit Mexico. Mo,, us second -class mutter. 1 Ti rms nf Snhxrript'wu: One Year 1.. Six Months .HI l ilts. Thrrr Months :.'. cents. I'or President. Wii.i.iam .1. llllVA', lif N'ebrilsUll. For Vice l'rrsiclriit, A m. a 1 K. Stkvknho.n. if Illinois. I'or (iivcriiur. Al.K.XANDi;li M. I M KKltv, of Diivii-s. l,iciitciiiiut-!ocriior, .lollN A. I.KK. nf St. I,iiuls. Serretiiry nf State, Sam II. i'ihik, of Audrain. Slate Auditor. Ai.nv in (i. Ai.i.kn. nf New Mailriil. Attorney ieiier.il. Kiiwakii '. t'linw. nt .lusicr. State Treasurer. Uoltnu I'. W11 i.iams, uf I Inward. KiiIIh ay Commissioner. .InKKI'll I'. IlKlllllMlTuN, of I'ettis. Fur ('undress, HON. ('KAMI' CliAIHv. For Statu Senator 11th District, M. It. K. l'.I(i(iS. For Iicpresentutive, KHODES (.'LAY. For Collector, AEPEUT UAKKISON. For Sheriff, (Jt'IXCY JAMKS. For Prosecuting' Attorney, IIOWAKD L. 1UCKEEY....

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. — 9 August 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. ALU. t!H) Tlic County Court it In session this week. ('apt. ('. T. Allen will he one of the speakers at the Mt. Olivet pic nic August -'2. At administrator's sale iu Mexi co Tuesday, Frank Scropgin bought n house and half a lot in Karher for ijiT.'i. A disiiatch from Oklahoma snys that Alexander .Tester will write n hook, now that he is free again, or croon the lecture platform. m t a it 1 1 j i I ine privileges ior me r,x-i on- lecleratc Keunion at Auxvasse will , be let to-morrow to the highest j i.KKier at inoeiui) nouse grounds. K. R. Allen, a farmer near Pal- myra, went insnno a few days ago and set fire to his barn and then calmly perished in the burning i . . building. C. A. Towne declines the Popu list nomination for Vice President and annouiKH's that he will work for the election of the Kansas City nominees. Members of a picnic party, young ladies nnd gentlemen, near Macon, have been arrested charged with appropriating about 100 yards of the Macon coun...

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. — 9 August 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. A I'll. 12, 1!H) JESTER GOES FREE New London, Mo., Aug. 1 Al exander Jester is free. Por thirty yearn n cloud lias hung like a pall over him, hut his heart' desire now is attained. On the sixth ballot of the jury he wan neiiiitted. The lirst re sulted three for hanging, nine for aeuittnl; the second, third and fourth ballots were the .same. On the fifth ballot one of the three joined the ranks of the majority and the sixth ballot freed forever the neciiHed. All the afternoon the crowds hung around the courthouse, hop ing to hear the verdict. The jury discussed the case nil the afternoon and it was understood they could, not agree. At 8:45 1. M. the courthouse bell rang out on the night air and it was a signal for n grand rush to the old rock temple of justice. Judge Kby watched the jury file slowly in. With suppressed ex citement the audience waited to hear the words that were to bind or loosen thetld prisoner forever. The foreman, Joseph Harry, handed a slip 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. — 16 August 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 1900. NUMBER 41 Another change in the I'. & A. time card. The premium list for tin? stmt fair will be published August ('. M. Lackland, 0. & A. claims adjuster, has decided to move from Mexico. liouisiaiiii will liuvc a street fair. About $l,.j(X) lias been raised to meet expenses. Carl Oliver, colored, is serving a ten days' sentence in the county jail for common assault. J. 13. Slavens, of Laddonia, is in Mexico every other day taking treatment for a stomach trouble. J. E. Sullee has sold his book bindery fixtures in Mexico to 0. E. Stokes and has gone to St. Louis. Nimrod Barnes, of llallsville aged 12, died the other day from injuries received from a kick from a horse. The Mexico city authorities are after the negro idlers. Two col ored women were assessed a fine of $100 each last week. The three large ice houses at the Waiter Works pond, just south of Mexico, burned last Thursday. Lo...

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. — 16 August 1900

rar mess Act TIIUKSDAY. A I'd 10 1JMK) l'uMislied Every Thursday, John Deal, Kditor and riirieter. tutored Ht the I'oHtollloe III .Mexico, Mo.. H soconil-tduss tun tti-r. i T mux of Su bxcriiition : Ono Year !.. Six Month VI cent. Throe Months r. cents. l-'or President. William .1. Hit v a n. of Nobl'llsKll. Tor Vice I'l'eslilent. Am.Ai K. Stkvknhon. of Illinois, l-'or tlovernor, Al.KN AMIKIt M. Doi'KKIIV. of Pavlcs. I.lciitciuint-Covoriior, John A. Li:k. of St. l,onls. Secretary of State. Sam It. Cihik. of Ainlrain. State Auditor. Al.llKIIT O. Al.l.KN. of New Milllriil. Attorney Io-ih-iiiI. Knw.isi ('. Cuow, of Jasper. Stale Treasurer. Koiikiit 1'. Wu.i iAMM.tif Howard. Itniluiiy Cotntiiissioni r, loHKI'll I'. IIkiiiii.notox. of lis. For ('uncross, HON. CIIAMI CliAK'K. For State, Senator lltlt District, M. K. K. KKiOS. For Weprcsontativo, HIIODKS CLAW For Collector, ALliKKT IIAKMUSOX. For Sheriff, QUINCY .TAJIKS. For Prosooutiii"; Attorney, IIOWAKI) L. MCKLKY. For Assessor, J.M. SI...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 August 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. Al'd. Hi, l'.MHI JellcrsHm City lias a Deinncralie eeo I'llll). Carrie (iililis is siiiii? lier lius hand, Dave (iildis, for divorce. (liven Daniels bad liis arm 1h ken Tuesday ly a puny falling up on liiin. ,1. M. Nickels, of t!ie "Ulaek riar," will open a liraucli store ul MartinslmrK next Saturday. .1. V. (Ireenliury, of i,;ill.nin, an all-around printer, is assist iny; on the JIkssaui: for a few weeks. Two colored women, four color ed men and one white man . are breaking rock at the city rock pile. Dr. Iolcrt Nicholas, who a short time since had his left let? amputa ted, has lieen nUe to he out in his '"ltfK.v this week. Miss Anna Wiley, of Indianapo lis, Indiana, will lie a student at Hardin College next term. Miss Wiley is a niece, of Mrs. W. II. Uphain, of this city. Joe Melntyre and Harry Lurri inoiv, of this city, will assist in the organization of a Democratic club at Benton City next Saturday night. A good rain in this section of the State Sunday nig...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 August 1900

THE MESSAGEl"!!"-2-- , . THURSDAY. AUU. 1G, 19(K) County Court Doings. Court met Aug. 0 in regular tennj all tin junticea present. Court ordered State Auditor to draw his warrant, payable to Treas urer J. II. Sallee for State appor tion of nohool money $0,G!)4. Lncy J. Hrndrix, keeping color ed girl, indigent, $0. S. A. Pulis et al iM-titionerH pub lic road; Commissioners' report; riglit of way given, established and ordered certified to Commissioner road district No. !) to be opened. Dr. E. MeD. Dridgford, bill in quest, IhkI.v Willie Freneli, color ed, $10.04. Dr. W. W. Miicfarlanc. medieal examination insane, $1..j0. Z. T. Dillon appointed Deputy Constable Loutre township June 13, 1!)(H; by Court approved. Bond of J. S. Atkins for renew al drain shop lieense at Vnndalia; by the Court approved and license ordered issued by Clerk. S. I. Carter et nl in-titioners iublie road; report of Commis sioner; right of way not given Commissioners for damages. H. F. James et al jM'titioncrs eh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 August 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1900. NUMBER 42 Mexico is now n telee;rnph divi nion of tin' ('. & A. .lumen (Inllnlicr, of thin city, lins moved to IndeiM-ndence. There nrc UO.OOO U'ihth in our greatly prized lliiipiiit imiksch moiih. Attorney F. U. Jesse, of this it.v, addressed tin Hryan club nt Ijiiddonin lust Nnturdny nilit. J. S. Weaver, n substantial far mer near Santa Fe, made the Mks saok an appreciated call the other day. A party of ten young people from Ijaddotiia spread dinner with the Mkssauk family on Modern roMlnien jiienie day. The Halls County Teaehers' In stitute passed a resolution indors ing "all agitation tending to the establishment of the Phonetic method of spelling." Miss Don in Horton, of Mexico, will teaeh the Kim lk-nd school, in this county, and Miss Maggie De Laporte, of Laddonia, will teach the West Lick school. Miss Mary Anderson, City At torney of l'almyra, made her ofli eial debut in court t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 August 1900

Ml.", .. 7W.E MESSAGE . THURSDAY. AUU 2.1 1900 Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor nnd Proprietor . Entered nt the rimtollici' nt Mexico, Mo., as Ki'cond-eliiss mutter, i Terms of Su bseription : Ono Year 1.. Six Month r) cents, Three Months '-" cent, Fur I'redldeiit. Wll.l.lAM .1. ltllYAN, of Nl lirilMkll. For Vice- President, AlU.AI H. NtkvknniiN, of Illinois. For (Inverimr, Al.KXANIlK.lt M. DlM'KKIIV. of HllVl"'S. l.li'itU'iiiiiit-( iovcrnor, John A. I.kk, of Si. I.onls. Secretary of Stuti', Sam II. (in ik, of A in I in In. Statf Aiulltnr, Ai.iikiitO. Ai.i.k.n. of Ni'v Mailrlil. Atlnrney (ii'ticml, ICiiwaiiii I', t'ltow, of .lusiier. Stall' Treasurer, Reunite I. Wii.i.iamh, of lliiwiinl. Ka II way Coimnlsxliiiii-r. .Iohk.I'ii I'. IIkiiiiinuton, of I 'i t lis. For I'oiiifrcss, HON. CHAMP CLARK. For State Senator 11th District, m.r. k. ni(jjs. For Representative, RHODES CLAY. For Collector, ALBERT HARKISOX. For Sheriff, . QU1NCY JAMKS. For Prosecuting Attorney, 110WAKD L. B...

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. — 23 August 1900

THE MESSAGE TUUKSDAY. AUU. 23, 1900 Ccntrnlitt fnir liepins next Tues day. The Florida picnic will le held August 30 this year. Walker District items too late for insertion this week. The ex-Confederate reunion takes place at Anxvassu today and tomorrow. John D. Orear, of this city, ad dressed the Vandulia Uryan club last Saturday night. Joe S. Melntyiv, of this city, will deliver a speech before the Bryan elub at Laddonia next Sat urday night. William Thomas, of Mokane, Callaway county, was drowned last Sunday while bathing in the Mis souri river. Despondency caused by ill health led Charles Krein to commit sui cide at Marshall last Tuesday. He took morphine. Rev. W. A.Cook, who has been sending some time with home folks near Santa Ee, has accepted a position in Parke College. A two-story frame building, en gine house, hoisting apparatus, etc., of the Standard coal Co. lnirned in Vandalia last Monday. When in Laddonia call and see Mrs. Derrick's uew felt ready-to-wear hats. Just th...

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. — 23 August 1900

1 THE MESSAGE THI KSDAY. Al(l. 23, 10(H) A TRAVESTY r ON JUSTICE? We take nrliele below from the Paris Mereury. Om- or two exeellent points are tonelied upon, but how about other tilings refer red tof Like the Hulls Co. lteeorri, we are hielinel to think that -Jester eouhl not have Ktti-n a fair trial or justiee at Paris. Evidently to much "passion and prejudiees" just what the Mereury 'condemns in living around Paris. Read: The trial of Alexander Jester, just ended tit New Ijondou, when viewed ns t( the part played in it by John W. dates, has raised a serious question in the minds of thinking lersous. Briefly put, it is, has any individual or party of individuals the right to usurp functions proK-rl,v belonging to the .State? If so, to what extent must such usurpations he permit ted! The enforcement of its laws aud the prosecution of its crimi nals are among the sovereign du ties of a State, and tho it has Im-cii the custom to allow friends and relatives of murdered jteople to aid ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 August 1900

supplement to MEXICO, : : MISSOURI. dockebts OBEAT . mm. Democratic Candidate for Govern or Was at His Best at Sedalia, on Tuesday, August 21. Masterly and Logical Presentation of Dem ocratic Principle at the Bi j Meeting OpcrJnj the State Campaign---What Economic Democratic Government Has Accomplished in MissouriHistory of Republican Misrule in This State Full Text of the Speech, Subjoined will be found the full text of the scech made by Hon. A. M. Dockery, democratic nominee for Governor, at the opening of the Stale campaign at Sedalia, August 21st. This speech was delivered at the Fair Grounds, at Sedalia, before one of the largest crowds that ever as sembled in Missouri to listen to a political address. Beside Mr. Dock ery there were a number of other dis tinguished gentlemen present, who made speeches, including' Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson, of Illinois, candidate for Vice-President; Hon. Webster Davis, of Kansas City; Hon. David Overmever, and Hon. John H. At wood, of Kansas, and ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 August 1900

not only in the total increase of the appropriations, to which I hare re ferred, but notably in the multipli cation of new officers and the in crease of existing- o flu-en. At a iroc when the people are pay ing extraordinary taxes to meet the expenses of the war with the Fili pinos, and other expenses of our co lonial dependencies, the recent re publican congress mustered in more than two full brigades of new fed eral office-holders, and increased the salaries oL nearly a regiment of oth er officials now on the pay-roll. That congress, only a few weeks since, closed its first session, and with the approval of President McKinley In creased the appropriations, exclusive of Spanish war expenses, by $24,624. 41.48 over the amount appropriate! for the last fiscal year. I hold in my hand an official table, comprising 523 printed pages, disclosing- the details of the shameless loot ing of the national treasury. This ex hibit, among other things, shows that the net increase of new offices, ...

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. — 30 August 1900

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 1900. NUMBER 43 Mexico puhlie schools open Sep tember 1 1 . Oonl hmtls arc lieing leased in t lie vicinity of Vandaliu. Ijurfdoniii is to have a 'n Dem ocratic rally September 8. The schools will soon be claim ing the attention of the children. Kansas City's population accord ing to the late census is 1G!5,7.")2. The Modern Woodmen camp in Mexico is in a very nourishing condition. A. 1 McConnell, late of Santa Ke, directs the Mkskaiik sent to him at Edward, Wash. M. C. Martin, the shoe shop man, is now in the (ilandon build opposite Craddock's old stand. England, at present, is buying much of her food and a big part of her manufactured articles from America. Many people from Mexico and Audrain county attended the ex Confederate reunion at Auxvasse last Friday. Paris, Monroe county, is going to have a circus, the first one since 18.")!). Long time to do without such a luxury. Lieut. Cordua, the Hoc...

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. — 30 August 1900

rar MESSAGE TIIUUSDAY. AlU .id 1!KH Published Every Thursday . John Heal, Editor and Proprietor Kntrrril at tin- I'nstollli-i- at Mexico, Mo., as si'i'iiiid-i'lass umtti-r. i Tmns af Siihxrriiit ion : Oiu- Year !.. Sl .Months .VI t rills. Three Miintlis '.'."i cents. l'lir I'le-ddehl. Wll.l.lAM .1. I'.IM AN.lif NYliniskll. i I'ur Vice President, Am. At H. Stkvknhun. nf llllniils. l-'ur tiiixi'i iiiir. Al.KXAMlhll M. I IlK'KKIIY, of Ihivil's. I.i'iiti'iiiiiit-(!iivi.rinir, .Ions A. I.kk. of St. I.ntlis. Secretary of Mali-. Sam li. Cook, of Amlraiii. Slatr Anilllor. Al.lil.nr I . Ai.i kn. uf Nrw Madrid. Attorney I Ieneral. Kiiw aimi ('. I'miw, of .lazier. Stall- Treasurer. I ! nil- n r IV Williams, of lluuard. Uailway I oininlssloiirr. .1 IHKI-M I'. 1 1 IMIItl M1ION. of IVItis. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLAKK. For Stuff Senator 11th histriet, M. U. K. 15l(i(iS. For Wcprcscntat ivc, KIIODKS CIjA Y. For Collector, AliHKKT IIAKIilSON. For Slicriir, (JPINCY JAMKS. For Prosceiit in; Attorne...

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. — 30 August 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUU. .'JO, 1!MK) Kobert Thrrlkolil is fpiilc nick Of fl'VlT. Horn, to Mr. nn.l Mrs. (). T. Vnles, n iliiujjliirr. Circuit Court will convene the 17th of next month. Some watermelon stealing soulli of Mexieo last Sunday. The hoys were nrrested and fined. Major C. llybee, of this city, has been in very poor health of late. The Major is Kcttiii"; quite old. V. C. Clendonin will open a bowling alley in Columbia. His brother, Thomas, will be the mau nder. Judge S. M. Edwards tied a nuptial knot nt the Court House Tuesday Mr. A. C. Jones to Mrs. Lucy Hardwiek. Kid. S. 1). Dutcher, of this city, delivered nil address before the Halls Co. Christian Convention at Terry this week. Mr. Tildcn Toalson, of Mexico, and Miss Myrtle Kobinson, of near Thompson, were married in this city last Monday. I. II . Brown has sold his farm of 88 acres, near Benton City, to S. S. Cox, of Lincoln county. The price was s2,2"). Lid. Chiun, of Ynudaliu, and Elder Corwin, of Wellsville, are c...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 August 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. At'Cl. 1!)00 RICH MAN'S WAR, r jT POOR MAN'S FIGHT. The following Kood story is tak en from Jerry Simpson's Hayonct. It will canst' nny innn to think ami will WnuRlity interestin' read in'" for the veteran of either side of the late war between the States: "I can tell yon when the very downfall of the confederacy be Han," said (ieneral Floyd King, of Louisiana, as we sat down at lui'.ikfast a few Snnuays niro, it was when the men of the southern army (jot it into their heads that it was n rieh man's war and a poor man's fight." "That wasa strong expression," I remarked, "when did it first, be come current f" "I will never forget the time I first heard it," continued Uencral King. i oil know that 1 was an artillery officer and entered the service when I was a mere boy. At first some of the men did not like me, because of something in my manner. In time, that wore away, I and my men had marched togeth er, I was always with my com mand and careful to see that thei...

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 September 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1900. NUMBER 44 "MAKE LIFE GLAD." Our live nre xons; (1mI rites tin- words. Ami wc set them to nnislo lit leisure; Anil tin' smitf Ik slid. r the sunk Is triad A r i'Iiimiw' to fashion tin1 mciisnrr. We must w rite the souk. Whatever tin- words. Wlmti'vrr Its rhyme or meter; Ami If It is sad, wc must maki' It iriitd. And If'swect, wc must maki' It sweeter. CiniioM. Tht; national election is only two months ofT. Tlie epidemic of cholera is kill ing 11,000 a week in India. Jefferson City will issue bonds to build nn electric light plant. The genet al store of J. (J. liar ley & Co. at Laddonia has I teen closed. Mrs. Lucy Robnctt and family, of Laddonia, has moved to Mexico to reside. " Cnele" Robert Harris, at Lad donia, celebrated his 'JOth birthday last week . The District Encampment of the (. A. R. is assembled at Wells ville this week. Miss Jessie Oelvin has been cho sen to teach the Cautho...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 September 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SKl'T. ( 1!fM) Published Kvery Thursday. John Leal, Kditor and Proprictm'. Kntcred lit tin1 INistdllii'i' at Mesii'u. Mil, as second -i liiss mutter. Terms of Subscription : One Year l .'. Six Molitlift wills. Three Mcnitlis '.'" cents. I'ur I'rcsldf III., N'll.l.lAM .1. 1 1 II V AN. of Nrlit-aslvil. l-'or Vice President. Ahi.ai K. SrKVK.NNiiN. of lllliinis. I'di' ( iiivrrimr. Al.K.XANHKK M. I till KKIIV. nf HilVle. l.ieiiteiiiiliMioverunr, .Iiiiin A. I.ki:. of SI. I.iniis. Secretary of Stall-. Sam I!. Ciiiik, nf Audrain. Slah' Aiiilitnr, Al.MKItl . Ai.i.kn. i'f N'i'W Madrid. Attjirncy tii'iHTal. ICnw Aim C. iaiw, nf .las r. Stall' Treasurer. CollKIIT 1". Wll.l l WIS. uf Unwind. Kniluiiy ('iiiiiniissiiiiii r. JiiSKI'll I'. IlKIIIIIMi TUN. "f I'rtlis. For Congress, HON. CHAMP ('LAWK. Fur State Senator 1 1 1 It District, M. W. K. MlliliS. For licprescnlativc, KllODKS CLAY. For Colleelor, ALLKKT IIAIIIMSOX. For KlicrilV, (Jl'IXCY .1 AM MS. For Prosecuting Attorney...

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