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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 December 1904

V y A n oney to Loan... g l On good real estate security at the lowest-prevailing rates of interest and on the most favorable terms. it Residence property and vacant p lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au- m drain and adjoining counties. M m If you desire cheap lands in Ar- rlj kansasseeus. LAKENAN & BARNES, . riexico, flo. g y Pr The Place to Look for anything in the optical line, the bent up-to-date ap paratus, in Dr. White's of fice, where the stock includes everything that is latest and best. Eyeglasses and Spec tacles are a specialty, and are accurately fitted after ex pert examination. Eyeglasses at $1.00 to $4.00. n DR. A. C. Office over Morris & side of Square. 'Phone Ducting in Missouri Concluded From First Page. tion declared that it had been giv en aud no explanation, concession, or even mention of the cause of difference was made upon the ground, but the gentlemen shook hands as friends, upon a mutual dcclaratation that they owed each other ...

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. — 5 January 1905

2176 Mexico ssouri Message VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1905. NUMBER 10 Mi HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A Ceo. Crigler's little two-year-old bnby on Youngs Creek, is quite ill. Ole and Britton Shivens, of Lad douia, hnve gone to Portland, Ore :oiv to locate. II. p Robinson of Mexico pectg ttid move to Vandalia in spring He will engage in peutering. ex the car- Roy Bontman and Jay Will of Mexico aro with aC. & A. survey ing party between Slater and Kansas City. Comity Collector Albert Harri son and his assistants, Joe Jesse and T. F. Roden, gathered $9,000 in taxes in their recent visit to Vandalia. .Tndffe W. V. Botts. at the Mexico tonrt house the 28th ult united in marriaeo Mr. Edward Bryan and Miss Tillie Lung, both of this county. Mayor E. E. Jones of Mexico wants the saloon license raised from $1,600 to $2,000 a year. That's the plan they are following in some other towns. Mason C...

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. — 5 January 1905

r it. THE MESSAGE) Published Every Thursday. ,Iohn Peal, Kditor and Proprietor, j Entered Hi the I'oM.iflico lit Mexico Mo., HU wrolKl-irloM lllttttlT. THURSDAY. JAN. 1!)04 Mexico wanted gas and will net Tiik Missouri legislature eon vened yesterday. MiMl'Hi's new (iovei nor, the Hon. J. W. Folk, will he inaugu rated next Monday. tiers who make this port their liEi-HKM-.NTATivK Walter Is.irch ln'd'iuarters are able to do very went up to Jefferson t'llv Moml.iv ! ,,"si'" 'M- T1"' JJ"se tor ton.nke iva.lv for his duties in the '"" l''slroyers eruse close in Legislature. ,l,,r'' Bt u'ht- ,l "! -! "'' J that the Japanese in front of Port ' Arthur have mounted two 2rt-M'ii-Thee is not a town in the State j tiIIlev Bllns on .(...Meter hill. with less than ten thousand popu- Intioti that can boast of as good a j Mh m (fi(1 t()W)l class of preaches as Mex 1 hey , f()). w Aimil.K Smak are men ol superior talent, and nre earnest, consecrated t 'lir is-1 .- tin... ' ! THKOKIMHEAPKK It is a com...

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. — 5 January 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1904 Raymond Iluteherson is unite ill. Fulton lias several cases of smallpox. Mrs. J. W. Atchison is nlllieted with the grippe. Fred Brand and family will move to San AdrcIo, Texas, this week. A littlo daughter of F. U. Jesse is said to be afllicted with scarlet fever. John Ilngnu, near Laddonia, lias accepted a splendid position with a street car company in East Louis. Mr "Tip" P.rooks of this city is suffering from another stroke of paralysis. It is said that his power of speech is now destroyed. K. D. Wilkerson, the nursery man, has been confined to his room for a couple of weeks with an affliction of ee.ctnu. Poultry show in progress at Moberly this week. J. R. Lamp son and Wm. Turner, both of this city, each have teu fine birds in the exhibition. The Laddonia, Rush Hill and Mexico Union Telephone Co. is seeking connections from Mexico with the local lines at Centralia. This would put a big community on "speaking terms" with each other. County Commi...

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. — 5 January 1905

i! Twloney to Loan THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1!)03 III On good real estate security ut the lowest prevailing rates of interest nnd on the most favoruble terms. Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas see us. LAKENAN & BARNES, flexico, Ho. Terms of ' Siilnrriplion: One venr l .01 Sl IUllllS .VI Three Months 21 A. Attorney-At-Law Southern Hank lttiildintr. (Eitira hmtlii Ulr Armrb By COL. HENRY WALKER. i' -K ill- I i lii. mm f 2 1 II brim; I IU law :n i1 lu l l i llir g' i i iiin:: k i x ili.i i i. m. ii ' A pulii'c men. iuiiiri.tti l:iv as i-inl nicer -In mill carry ,i weapon. His IK ii M ini; linn into culli-nni Willi tin- worst cie- i a i'' i i 1 1 1 1 1 ; i i i l ! i i1 1 i ire iiiii-N no law but that ( . ati'l imi'-t In- niioniii'il ivni at ihe ri .k of liis i- ronMiinriitlv ciiiiilcd to all menus neci'ssarv r ii- I'lotiviimi. -piiii .if l.i - Ii .'-iic-.s...

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. — 12 January 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1905. NUMBER 11 HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Peter Johnson, of moved to Centralis. hns Miss Olive Percy is afflicted with tlm nt Mt. Carmel mumps. - Hoy Hancock, of nenr Laddo tiin, is the night telegraph operator at Martinsbirg. Frank Storm at Benton City will move to Iown, where he has traded for laud. II. L. Bickley, ex-Prosecuting Attorney of Audrain, is now lo cated at Raton, New Mexico. The Buffnms are putting in a telephone line from Vandnli out iuto the Mt. Carnul neighbor hood. John X. Brown and family of Mexico will breathe the air around Muscogee, I. T.t the remainder of the winter. The two children of Ash by Bolts ore ill with scarle. fever, at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Virginia Botts. Mr. Homer L. Roberts and Mis Rose Creed were married in Mex ico last Thursday. They will re side near Molino. The M. E. church brethren iu Mexico,...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 January 1905

THE MESSAGE PuWiitd Every TIkiimIuv. John I'i'hI, lvlilor ami 1 f i ri't of. Entered :il 1 lie- P.iMcithi III M. vi. u Mo.. Ji M ci'rul-t i,.-- malt. I'. TIIl'RsDAY. -IAN r.. I'."i4 It is ItOW (in l litu I'd on it-- jus iT'- ;ri unlni.iin'i- i .MIM' Million ll'TliM tin!!) ?I .'i't t In tfL'.lMMI n war. .Mis. .!. V. C...il;' . ur.ir Km-Ii Hill, M.i.l it I:t Vr 1.Jt;i l'i:-ii i -J1- ; I 'n I'i "iul In I $17 ti'K ln' ki . i' nnv 1 i'!i'ri.'1i- n:.'l ! t v ii. pi HiT u.i r" h - ('.!. III i a - i l . i . 1 1 in . I t . 1. 1 . Hi;; i.iilii)')' 1 ". 1 ii" M" i.'.-h-i nt M'i.-u im! I..:kI m miit i: J i -or nt i i ,t I- u'li- i t' m' i !.' Jsj.tit- i,ni i. nl )iiinii--iiii, i iiii'i llic i'ji -i.ii' t l ir iillV-'i i n! I tii- rO.l'Js, llpili Ul.t'li tiT.il-M tin- j !! ? 1 1 1 !i M i i - ti ; r ii-jliU 1'.' M n ; i i..- i i I. :-ii. I . tj . '"t'lii N ni ;! li t'- ' i ! -in j 'f.i'l ) lli rnitnr- it in ri i i . in- i CO;lllil d! ill" .V-H.l III 1 1. M 1 1 I t H til lilt' !.li W'I'ImI imi-I "...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 January 1905

THE MESSAGE1 THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1904 i It HAPPENED AM HAPPENING. M. M. SliiirplcsR, I lie attorney, has moved to St. Joseph. X. P. Ball, lute of Mexico, is now in hutiiucM nt Anxvnsse. Ueorge T. Hull and family lime moved to Mexico from Silex. The Mobmly Baptist church whs destroyed by fire thin week. Il was insured, for $5,000. An Aerie of the Fraternal Or der of Eagles hat been formed in this city; 55 member. The Odd Fellows gave nn ele fjunt reception nt their hull in the Chrisliun church Tuesday night. W. H, Tiirner won some big prizes on some line chickens he exhibited nt the Moberly poultry show Inst week. The two darkies accused of us saulting Steve Rcighley nnd rob bing him of money have been held for the grnnd jury. H. U. Heizer of Molino nnd Archie Jucnhsund Lawrence A they of Furbcr took examinations for positi ns ns K. F. D. carriers. Hownrd Baskett, northenst of Mexico, lost six heml of hogs n few days ngo by their breaking thru the ice on n pond nnd drown ing. J. R. Lu...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 January 1905

5C&!iuE sj vy 1 ftloney to On good reul estate security at the lowest prevailing rates of interest and on the most favorable terms. Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Far it s of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas see us. LAKENAN & BARNES, flexico, Ho. u Li Lii Li ft e g & u vy v, Translated from Loon. tin, It'Ol, riiAVi 1. wn ovri i x i n v. Yl T tl,e pome ol' Hi'- Klalii-hard ever? i - t lorvy. m:d villi re.. -v.i -rii:- ef .1! 'I'll-.tuV. 1 1 1 ' I I .il.'.J i - I l "l : ! Call-rs I i.-i.ed v i:l, ::; and tr.i.b--inen heiiil.iur 11 i ! i .- '.-. i e a A V In eiiitl- -,.'i!-.ee-- ..1:1. '1 :.r e.t lite e.ai if tl.e'r emls.-a-i.T. I'.pr l!,i- f.ioitly ami the I,. 1 1- 1 1 d. f . v ! 1'iaei' liave a life a !;.! a'l Their moraines are v.,M,i w;,'i il:e 1 malieis. llil ' ! i i ! i-T, nlei!slef( 1 Jewe;-I-IS. ilernlalors ami laleveiv. All'i' that em ica a rich I'.ir.nul. iM-es. vl.ci e enn . i i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 January 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1905. NUMBER 12 j HAPPENED and HAPPENING An rvnrwrn to it a rinrM XV f4 Ui HAriLV1 Lu 1U rlArrU.li W v : v SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEW3 IN PELLET FORM Col. Green Clny is on his plan tiition in Mississippi. I ! ci ... v., ..I,.,.. ,.r Tii ..... ....... i,.,u Xlll,, llll l.l.l WL A II. 'Ill 'D 'I I lllli-1 let iiined to his school duties lit Fred Brand, lute of this city, is now located nt St. Angeln. Texas Jdney James is Deputy Sheriff of Audrain under the new Sheriff, Price Johnson. Last Saturday morning the ther mometer registered 8 below zero in these ends of the earth. Hon. Walter Bnrch of this county is on the committee of crim inal jurisprudence at Jefferson City. A. W.Worshain. Druke & Threl keld, J. A. Reigbley und X. P. Ball are new readers of the Mes-.saok. Dr. P. M. Shnush and Frank Coatsworth last Thursday bought the brick in the ruins ot the M. E. church in this city, paying: $-...

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. — 19 January 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, Editor and Proprietor. MEN AND THINGS. Iciiesterficldian maxim to nn ! The following is a (fowl picture of some tilings as the Mksbaije bw them nt Jefferson City IflHt week. The lines Itelow were penned liy Sliaimoii Mmintjoy in the Columbia Tribune: The inauguration ceremonies nt KiiUtimI til tin- lWoflu-e nt Mi-ilrn If.. n.kMi r ' " jffHl..iii'Hi- the past week were Tim Aililmiuiida Tlll'KSDAY. JAN. 1904 ntre 1 1 iiit'i , Tm:v lire Irvine to propagate the M-eillfss nppl". Well, next it tnny be the eagles hen or the tdicll-less VXS'. niii j fimplieity itself. ! by Folk aiid Bryan the services in the hall sentntives were short. Kr.NAToii Frank Karri was put on no eoininiltee in the present cession of the Legislature. The lioille!s mid Rrnfters tit .Ii-IT. City are Im-in,: out this year. of repre-Momhiy surdity. His friends say that lie is kind hearted, and the women all rave over him. To us he seems something of n mixture of two of D...

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. — 19 January 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1904 t HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. t Burr Crawford pox. has the small- Gray Hook is reported very ill. Mrs. J. M. ported very ill. Murmnduke is re- T. C. Hicks of Beuton City afflicUd with the mumps. is Ralph Hedges, west of Mexico, is vety ill with pneumonia. Born, to Mr. aud Mrs. P. M. Mullins, at Benton City, a son. If. II. Mattern, a contractor and builder, has moved to Mexico from St. Louis. Abe Larimore of this city making arrangements to move Maude, O. T., to reside. Jacob Stauffer of Benton City is entertaining Mr.Chris Stauffer and wife aud daughter of Illinois. S. D. Stocks and It. T. Carter have exchanged resideuce property. Possession by each April 1st. Mrs. James Ficklin, east of Ful ton, was burned to death last Sat urday. Dress caught from a stove. Claude Sausberry, teacher at Rowena, dismissed his school Tues day of this week on account of illness. The Audrain Baptist Associa tion meets in Mexico January 26 and 27. Full program in tliu is s...

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. — 19 January 1905

CAM.MVAY COINTY. Hcv. J. 8. ,1ci8 of Mexico pre nided over tlie opening- sesMon of lie IwvciskIc Scripture Institute liiltl iu Fulton lust week. Tlirtv vie lfl cutis icschl from Cnlln w.iy, Aiitlniiii, H'Niin-, .M.in tinm en. I'ikc mikI Lincoln counties. Kcv. .1. ). I'm tct- of Vnnilulid. de livered 11 lecture "Jesus' Tench llijf oil Hie I'n.i.i'i liood of i(iil " l'rof. J. V. Million of Hnrdin College also (leliw inl iin address lit fore the IiiMilutf. Nays the Fulton fSnn: Henry tianl uud Illicit Nim. two Au drain county IiM'krjit-ii rtvcntly coiiMiinntcd ii stock deal, which will likely ! of interest to the far mers of Callaway. Mr. (iiitit ha a hiiiiil conliui'l Willi Illicit Suns to furnish him a '-ir hunl of Inl Logs at ".' .( cr ioiind ho I wirii tin- 1st und 1'itli of each nionlli in I!HI.V Mr. Sims evi dently 1 1 . i - fniiiit-r.tlilc t.iith in ilic f ii -i i Log market. All kii.il- town property for sale mid numcy hi loan .lowest prevail ing late--. W. AlMlll'K SHAlif. Sal...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 January 1905

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VI. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1905. NUMBER 13 HAPPENED and HAPPENING a A OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A criu c i nr.Ai tun r.niiNTv Wallace Fry of Mexico is at tending the University of Colora do. Boru, to, Mr. and Mrs. John Dooliug, north of Mexico, a daugh ter. s 11. C. Heizer has teccived the appointment na rural route mail carrier out of Molino. The two negroes who assaulted and robbed Steve Reighley in Mexico recently, were indicted by the grand jury. K. A. Feutz will build ft big im plement bouse at Rush Hill. Soya be will be reudy to sell implements by March first. Rev. W. II. Fox and wife, after a month's stay in Mexico, have returned to their home at Fort Collius, Colorado. Mexico ia to have an extra mail carrier after Feb. 1st. Mexico postoffice is doing a heavier busi ness month after month. R. V. Montague, of Independ ence, who has a eontroliug inter est in the Mexico Telephone Co., will move his family to Mexico. 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. — 26 January 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. Johu Ileal, Editor nnd Proprietor, Kiiton-d at the l'oMoflici at Mexico Mo., m prroiid-dHPt mutter. THUUSDAY. JAN. 20. 1901 AWFUL CONDITION. Below is i-oiuctliing that dot s not look well for (hu great und rich coutity of Audruin. But the pco lile oud taxpayer must know the conditions nnd then we nuii-t get together nnd fix tiling. I'rnvo fur the present grand jury. They made report Mondiiy nftei'iiooti nnd they did not mince words. If what Ihey sny of condi tions nl Audrain: public intuitu lions dors not look wi ll published to the world, then we miv again, Irt't ti. things. Audinin county is rich nnd out of debt, nnd there is no excuse for the poor nci-ommodtition, unhealthy conditions nnd filth nnd dirt nt the I'oor I'nrni nnd county jail. The maiingcri of these institutions hive likely done their best under the cireiinistanees, but the trouble lies elsewhere. Water and soap are cheap; we can at least have that. Left lix things. Some of the f...

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 January 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. -JG, 1904 tt , HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. t Mrs. Ilor:ict! Mnudy lias been uitc ill. J. Specr bna resigned ns iiinnu C?' of the Mexico Poultry Co. The Mkssauk nud the Knnsns C'itj Weekly Star one yenrfortl.10. Win. Hngsdale.tlie harness in an, is iu St. Louis for medical treat ment. Mrs. Samuel Uice, south of Mex ico, fell on the ice Sunday and broke her arm. Mrs. O. E. Sims at Thompson is reported improving iu the con dition of her health. Mrs. J. M. Marmaduke, who is nt the home of Dr. A. M. Patter son, remains very seriously ill. Frank llnggnrd is to be mounted mail carrier in Mexico. His du ties begin first of next month. Kev. W. S. Jesse, west of Mex ico, was strickeu with paralysis last Friday. He is quite aged, but we hope he may soon recover. Mrs. Mason Crensey has been iu very ill health for some time. A surgical operation was per formed upou her yesterday for tu mor. Felton is to have a new hotel, so it is reported. li. K.Maltern of St Louis is the ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 January 1905

All kinds lown property for wlo nud money to loan. lowest prevail ing i ale. V. AllTlll'R SlIAKI'. Sale Under Mortgage. U hcrca. Wilbur M. .lime and Mar garet U. .Tours, hi w ife, liy their inert fULVP di-cd. ilalnl the l.Mli day uf Autf nvt. v.r.'. sncl recorded In tin- iifliii- .f tin' Ui-eonlcr of Ifc'ciN. within nml fur tin1 utility of Ainlriiln. Mutt- of Miiurl. in l!Mk it nam' .'ll."i. riinvi't i ll tu tin' MlVhlllll-R ItllllllilUI Aocllllin.l i f till' 'ity of HuhiiIIihI. In tin-n.nnly of Mil lion, ami Hate of M i".niri. tin- follow iiitf ili n-rilicd ri'U 1 i I .i t ' I) and In hik in the County of .Viiii rum imil Matcnf MiK-imri. fo-w II: All of Lot I" i o .V. m in ,-i'ti'iii und ciulit l"-' in HIiN'k 'l'i'ii. in the town of l.tnlil'iiiia. Which Mild I'uiivct mii'i' w tiiiuli' In -rnri' to i In' ;tid Mcchiin ir llnililinz Aoociatinii tin' iay itti'tit of tlif Ih. ii. 1 mi l u nil. 'ii oMIuati.iii In the aiil mm 'I gage di'i'il fully deni-ribi'd and - t foi tli. uml wherca. ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 February 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1905. NUMBER 14 P5225i55 ft HAPPENED and HAPPENING A OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY CSs5i22 ! Joe Botts, in Molino neighbor hood, sold Josiah Marshall 40 acres of land for 1,000.- Miss Sophia Miller of Hush Hill and S. F. Larue of Callaway county were married last week. Molino has a new secret order called the Sons of Rest. Getting ready early for the hot months. 1. T. Bruce, near Skinner,, sold a car load of hogs to Hoy Faddis to go the middle of February at $5.07. Mrs. George Day, age GO, south cast of Mexico, died suddenly last week of pneumonia. The burial was atBento n City The County Court will not settle with road overseers iuFebruary this year. The settlement will be at the May term of said court. Jackson school, south ofMexieo, closed last week for an indefinite time on account of so much sick ness among , the pupils. Four deaths; iu the neighborhood just west of Mexic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 February 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John ileal, Ilitor nnd Proprietor. Entered at the I'osUiniee at Mexico Mo., an second -class matter. THURSDAY. FEB. 1904 It. R. AGENT FINED. Prick JoiiNux, Sheriff of Au drain county, ic.-cived a free rail road vac the oilier day. He lost Li I'fttience, for the time, and de clared it was n reflection upon hi honesty. He had lived over half Lin three score nud ten nnd had never received such ii proffered fa vor before he thought the rail road company certainly wanted wuDcthinj;. The law would com pel him to fo-fcit his ofliee to ac cept the pass and the. railroad laid itself liable to n line of not less than $.10 nor more than $.100 to offer it; he would turn the whole matter over to the grand jury. Said body promptly found an in dictment, and here it is: The grand juror. fur the State of Missouri, summoned from the body of the county court of Au drain, impaneled, sworn and charged to inquire within and for said county and State and true pre sent...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 February 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB.. 2. 1904 ' tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. tt Born, to Prof, and Million, a daughter. Mrs. J. VV. Dora, to Mr. aud Mrs. Win. Sullivan, north of Mexico, a son. Charles Harrison, of Champ neighborhood, will move to Mexico. The safe for the Rush Hill Bank weighs 4,460 pounds and cost $800. Wm. Vivion of Mexico is iu Texas and mny locate in that State. The Mexico police raided a don of crap slioolers" last Saturday night. Several cases of scarlet fever re ported iu the neighborhood of Skinner. B. E. Morthland of Worcester purchased a 6G acre faim iu Pike county. Lee McFaddin and family have moved back to Mexico from Excel sior Springs. E. E. Bradley changes the ad dress for his Message from La Grange, to Mexico, Mo. T. M. Tarbel.Republican, of Mex ico serving as guard at the peniten tiary, has been discharged. II. L. Steppleman, who has been sick all winter, is much im proved lately, we are glad to learn. Grant Beal of the Laddonia Her old, who has been so seriousl...

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