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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 February 1905

THE MESSAGE' TIlt'KSDAY, FKB. 2, HKC. TtrwK of SnbKrri)ti(i : One year tl.nn Siv Mon Hi . .Vi Time Month j.i From Oklahoma. Munitoii, Oklii . , Jan. IS 1kak .Mr.s-vU.i:: Tin: longer we May in tbl.-i (jiid-fivot'ctl lull I hi tri I i becomes our iillaelitiieiit, it ml tin more credit ve tiud is tln-sc till wait iiiJi'i--s who have in (lured the 1 j 11 ril li i s nud li-iiplit this country from its wild state to Unit cf civilization with :i l"hm1 cotufni table li'iint' (n every iiiartci Section . We well' ini-h'iid by our first im i osii.ns ns l-i'nrd' the weather for it began I'll i ii t ii tl"- S'I' iul.. find Inward th dawn of tip' !'th turned to fleet wliiidi covered 1 t'l'onnd about iin inch deep, making travel very dangerous, and lav on about "' day, eollM'lieiilly wc have not gotten over as much ter ritory ins wc desired. Will have to leave without seeing souiu Missou liauswhiun we had 1 , i i m ' ' 1 to visit. A very Mid funeral occurred here .Sunday, that of a young gil I aho...

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. — 9 February 1905

IT .TR HUTOM.' AT. 0 4 Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1905. NUMBER 15 HAPPENED and HAPPENING A OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN y m SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Thomas Garrett of Saliug hnd n publics sale Inst week und he und his family will move to Texas. H. L. Davis and f a m i 1 y a t Thompson have been entertaining Robert McCord of Morgansville, Kansas. Dr. Noah B. Hai nes, whose pur euts reside north of Mexico, has located iu Texas for the practice of osteopathy. Coi tez Ingram aud wife of Lad donia will move to Mexico next month. They are splendid people nnd the Message is glad to wel come them to our inidst. Wednesday night Inst week, just 'efore the Grouud Hog, was the coldest period of the season. Ther mometer registered 13 degrees be low zero just, outside the kejhole in this section. A colored woman at Laddouia sickened some time since and lust week died. She was ru.sed by a white family near Auxvnsse, Cal law...

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 February 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor Biid Proprietor. Entered 1 1 lio FoMoflire at Mexiro Mo., bo recoiid-clu m.'itler. Thursday, feu. .. 1904 Whenever a New York gambler commits t-iueide, Tom Lawson ci ts up and makes a polite lov. Slow 3n mt Sfalfrrott (fhtaltttj uf 2jummt Star? By DR. CARLETON SIMONS. A Noted Alienltt. The lirtf tiust in explaining thnt they only violate injunctions when thev interfere with their business. 0. WRfl. HAROON RIXEY Real Estate and Loans T"y tkni. Kxpcricnec, ftinct. lut only til' I .' The primal tv V fj of the universe, in 6 tc!ili!tt i,.l t.iilw.ti Tiif.y are telling it thru the pn- i per? that the Republicans of Mis souri eonduet their riimp.-iigus sub : rosa and nb under niinchcuser bushn. Til"' Pemwnifs and Republicans ot C'armllton. Mo . have thrown down their party j -n 1 1 i ; 1 1 1 i ri i and have united this year in a 1 1 1 v - III"'!' I'l l ll lll'Ml of tin- t t. town ii S l.Mllle 1 1 1 V tiudi tstaud vli or Slate polii i...

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 February 1905

THE MESSAGE! THURSDAY, FEB.. 9, 1904 tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Robert Gulick of Mexico is le ported quite sick. Alonzo tlowin, of near Laddo nia, has located at Apache, Okla hoina. Charles O. Morris left for Dun ison, Texas, this week where he takes u position with the Kuty rail road. Abe La rim ore and family have moved to Maud, Oklahoma, to re side. The Message regrets to see these good people leave Audraiu. Rev. II. E. Truex began u revi val meeting at the Mexico Baptist Church last evening. He will be assisted by Shite Evangelist Hunt. The Messaok printed three sale bills Tuesday, one for Thomas Hook, whose sale is the 21st iust.; one for J. II. Wilkins, sale 15th; uud one for C. J. Inlow, sale 20th. A seven inch snow fell in this section last Sunday and Tuesday night there was another quite Leavy fall. With all the late ad ditions the snow is about a foot deep. The revival meeting at the Mex ico Mothodist church closed lust Sunda night. It had been run ning five weeks. There 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. — 9 February 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 'J, 10()." Term of Sulxrriplion: One year tl.oo Mi Month Throo Month -' Items Found in That Splen did Paper ' Modern Wood craft." Published by A. Hughes: Mexico Council I'amp. --"0, -M. iCjj V. A., if composed largely ofjci' men who know nud fully realize, wli the true meaning bihI worth of protection nfTorded by t lit- Order. !?J Three hundred, rind strong, to". jJ "There is no much good in tlie j worst of u. j ifl There is 'i niui-li bad in tin- bcit ol us, That it hardly Incomes any of us ijrjj To speak ill of the rest of us." J iW Neighbor Nat. I wns reared in th i Morris, w ho city, 11 ii I is known hv all t he a man of good tljiirueter mid t-imubic standing in the eoinniunity. has load" ar ruiigemciiU to r-nine out west, California, we lielieve, 'J'his Slate, iiml esj inlly this eounty, has hud ninny guml eiii Zens uilded to its roster ly addi tions from adjfleeiit States. Ami in about three-thirds where eli gible these men are members of some of the...

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 February 1905

rT.:r. Ill "TO" t' A I. R. Mexico Mi SSOURI MESSAG VOLUME VI. A HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A Vandalia is to have a new 10,000 hotel only somebody wanted to donate the site. The circuit court, sustained the de murrer and dismissed the case of Win. A. and Margaret Fishy vs. St. Louis Transit Co. Their sou was killed in n street car accident and thty asked damages and brought the case to Mexico on change of venue. William Jewell College at, Lib erty, Mo., was closed last week on account of smallpox. John A. Guthrie, Jr., of Mexico, and Win. Browning, formerly of Mexico but now living at Kansas City, arc stu dents at the above school. There are nine cases of smallpox among students of the college. The Moberly Democrat says that a Centraliu business man and a Mexico stylishly dressed young woman came to Moberly and went to one of the hotels and registered as man and wife. Chief Patterson made them a visit and at his invi tation ...

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 February 1905

THE MESSAGE the farmer's school. Published Every Thursday. John Bcul, Editor ami Proprietor. Good That Agricultural ! Teaching Is Doing. I STOCK AND TRANSFERS of Enured t tho Postoffire at Mellon Mo., ir sccond-clnM matter. THURSDAY. FEB. 10. 11)04 L. W. Itolierts nt Itush Hill has certaiuly secu euough bad experi f nee with fire. Coming, Mo.. FcIj. i:J. The Missouri seed and soil special train left St. Joseph this morning ou its way to Kansas City on the second week of its journey. The first j . stop wan iniide at Turkio, where ' 175 fai intra hud braved the zero. i weather to Leur the lectures that Joe Considine has u big public J. W. Brewer ships two cur mules to Tennessee this week. V. II. Tripleet sold to J. W. Brewer a fine saddle and harness mure Tor $200. J. II. Canada sold 41!t ewes in St. Louis last week. They averag ed !)'J pounds per head and sold at $5.30. Real Estate and Loans EY 0 Aw If you love your horse, don't cut off Lis tail. None but "sasciety" folk and the aris...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 February 1905

THE MESSAGE I . I tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. tt Probate Court couvencd Mon day and will be in session all week. D. C. Brown in Mexico, living west, of the La Crosse Lumber yard has taken down with smallpox. Be sure to read advertisement in the. Mkssauk of L, II. Jasper's public sale for next Monday. Over 300-j head of live stock to be auctioned off. W. C. tbunble has resigned as rural mail carrier on route No. 1 going out of Mexico. He is in ill health. Julius Aple is his sub stitute for the present. The Letup lieer Co. iu Mexieo lost a car load of beer Sunday night costing about 300. It was not stolen nor spilled, but the cold was too much for it, it was frozen. J. A. Mclntyrc presented a peti tion for saloon license before the City Council Monday night. There was a question raised as to the le gality of the petition and a com mittee was appointed to investi gate. One of the negroes, with two others, accused of knocking Steve Reighley down in Mexico last De cember and robbing him o...

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. — 16 February 1905

THE MESSAGE! THURSDAY, FEB. 1C. l'.io:. Trrnix of Sithsrriplitm : Onf year Mi Month Three 1 until M .00 , Vi Is This a Christian and Civilized Nation? Concluded from 1st page. only .17 were A t ln ist the eminent crintnoligis CI per cent of criminals niiil ."(! pel" CCllt 'f aSSIISSillS in Italy nre regular attendants al church. Among other statistics M. Ferry found none irreligious. M. Uain fols says of Naples, which cily das the largest criminal population in Itnly, that it is tin' most religious city in all Europe, that tn other city ctiii boast of such f!titi'iil processions ami iiiitu ho zealous nt tin' practice of the rhtiii-li. Now in this con nt ry take I In- city -f Huston, claiming to be the hul ol tin- universe, from which nidi ate till light in M-iciicc. morality,1 Clirinf iniiitv and civilization, ami ! it fulls far short of sustaining this j claim. i The follow-ill"; Ktntist ii'ii table j will show the difference in crime here mill in European countiics i. Li lllbrosc....

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 February 1905

t.tt: tti ;ronr, "AT. 8 Message. r. t- VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23,1905. NUMBER 17 Missouri V. a -4 .fc IS A A HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN - SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Win. Trelonr, Jr., of Mexico, moved to Chicago this week. John McCuary and wife Iiuvp moved back to the vicinity of Guiit fMin Kansas City. Prof. ,S. T. Davis closes a very successful seven months term of school qf; Thompson this week. Mexico's new nniou passenger depot will begin to show itself with the coming of the daisies and lilacs in the spring. The remains of Hugh O'Brien, who died at Phoenix, Arizonu.Jast week were brought to Mexico and interred in the Catholic cemetery. Frank Moore, a K line (ireman for the Burlington nt Haunihal, well remembered at Laddonia, this county,' where he formerly lived, has moved his family to Mexico. G. P. Gregory ot Mexico 'is now located at Sun Dimar, California, und gets the Message at that place We hope die...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 February 1905

. . . . THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. F.ntorod at thi Postofllc at Megico Mo., second -clans mailer. THURSDAY. FEB. 23. 1904 Quite a joke on Yandalia; when the whole truth was learned she was to get that $1.'.(MH) hotel with a bar attachment. The hotel prop osition has gone glimmering. England is going into the public ownership of the great telephone lines, and France is wrestling with the proposition to buv np all the important rail rood I'm eg of that country. Socialism, so called, seems to be in the air. LICE'S WORRIES. AMD BK DECIDES TO XZXZDY. ATTLT A The State meeting of the A. II. T. A. will be held in Mexico next October. There will lc about imi delegate. O. F. Ilatner ot Wor cester says it will be an enthusias tic gathering. This order is doing a splendid work in the StMe. Xicdringliaus at Jefferson City should never be United States Sen ator. He collected campaign funds from a bad source aud then tried to cover it up by swearing th...

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 February 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1904 tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. ltobert Grange, near Farber, Bold a span of coming two year old mules to Jack Calliouu for $2G0. Mrs. J. F. McWilliams will lie tnkeu to Columbia this week to undergo u surgical operation for tumor. Jack McQnire was found guilty by a jury in the Circuit Court last week of stealing chickens aud his punishment fixed at three years in the penitentiary. Mrs. Minta Baldwin of Lncana niah, Old Mexico arrived in thin city last week and is visiting the family of L. G. Gentry and other re latives here Geo. Bingham has some choice bargains for the next two weeks in Poland Chinas, either sex, at his farm, 2 miles south, of Mexico, to claim up this seasons surplus. Al so some choice Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels at fanners' prices, A Macon county man -was chas ing a hog in the barn lot when it fell into a well and in trying to get it out he fell in too. His neigh bore rushed to the rescue aud ou account of the high price of pork 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 February 1905

THE MESSAGE' THUKSDAY, FEB. 23, P.m.:. Trrw of SMhyrrifithin : One ci.r f I .m Sis Month .Vi Three M.nitlif. Found Dead. Dii's in Hi- linom in liolt l Whilf Al.i.f. HEART FAILURE THE CAUSE Unfortunate M.tn's lioij-:it I xccl-ior S ni i i,u- I' i ' iimt! v mI I It re. li. L. M-l-'ithli ii a IhiiikI in his room nl the Fhi'ilirs J Ioti I ill .Mexico In-t Sunday night aliout !i o'clock. , lie had been nt tin- hotel m-yitiiI liny. ami was hist si-en iilive mi his retiring Siittittlnv nilit Mr. .1 . T. S.ltltlilers, (In- proprietor of the hotel, :i 1 1 1 ut his rooin Sunday ! morning ir.nl iceeiveil n tesioiie, hut Sunday i-v-iiitiy. when Mr. Me- ! Fadditi had not yet liei-n s in .ill ; da.v, Mr. Sniiiiilei s iiu'iiin went tO the mom, inn) knocking on the1 door iiml gelling no answer forced the door open alii) a eolp-c tie liitil, silting again-! thi' wall will:1 his glasses on. ,jnt ns if In- might have lieeii in life. j Tie- iiiti In, i it ies wi l e not ilii'il ; immediately. Tie- ivii...

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. — 2 March 1905

T.JE Kl.iTOr.tcAL B fl Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1905. NUMBER 18 SI A HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Mexico city primnry today the nomination of candidates city officers. C. D. Littrcll. of near lost 13 head of hogs from known cause recently. Sal ins:, an tin- Somebody, last Friday uig'at, robbed Wm. Kem per's cash draw er at his saloon of $17. Dr. V. F. Traughber, of Mex ico, attended the State meeting of osteopaths at Jeffersou City, week. last Joseph Hamptou of Mexico caught two "Buffalo" fish in Salt River last week. One weighed 18 pounds and the other 12. II. V. Winter and family moved from Mexico to Fruiti, Colo., last week, near Iwhicli place Mr. Win ter has bought a farm. A. F. Romans and wife moved back to this county Texas. They will reside in old neighborhood. Benton have from their City. By the election last week the Mexico Electric Light Co. is grant ed a 20 year franchise....

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. — 2 March 1905

THE MESSAGE! kratz acquitted Published Every Thursday. ! There Is Dissatisfaction ' Over the Verdict. i liiltlel'. Mr... Feb. t-M 1!H.'.. John lh.nl. Kdttor mid Proprietor. I vhurv, K,,,tXt ,,,,,,. twniwr (,f jl. Louis House of Delegates, who i whs put (ill trin! lion? lust Tues duv on a charge of receiving i bribe of "rblKMi fur his vole and Clark Mct'ull and wife paid ; ikki IllUIie lOIKH II WSIL IIIM Outlining ! ;J and Sunday. Chirk reports his 1 Enlrrcd at tin- rosUiffire lit Mexico Mo., h mtowI-cIks nmltiT. THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1004 school at Martins-burg progress ing nieclv. Our school hoard I would not have. made, any mistake it i hey -noma nave Kept JicLaiij i I.:. .. :r.. I . ii. :.. u.. .1. n;n ..-'jr. mm iiir- wiiu i'uiii HI liui-ii Jim, iyn , iis educators thev stand at the 0 ,.f. t ' held of the list. 'if I the promise to deliver several otii-jt-rs in favor of (he "Tract ton Hill" '. was at one o'clock found, by the '.jury, to be not guilty. The juiy j was out out! hour a...

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. — 2 March 1905

THE MESSAGE TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1904 ft HAPPEi " AND HAPPEnlNu. W wr ..... - J. S. Spccrlias movea to Iw8. Kaiisas. A.J. Wtuseott is afflicted appendicitis. with COOK TO SUE. May Ask the G.-D. to Cough Up $250,000. found in of The City Council ia get tin g ready to order more street paving. E. M. Beauier, of Molino, Jms become a citizen of Mexico. J. Ilord Davis has quit the farm nnd become o citizen of Mexico. Mrs. Thomas' elocution pupils at Hardin presented a play called "Mr. Bob", Tuesday. THE GRIM REAPER Capt. C. T. Allen of this city has censed the publication of his matr n.ine, The Southern Sentinel. Marriage license was issued Mon day to V. E. Allison and Miss Ma ry Bonsil, both of this county. Mrs. Harriet McCuue. at Aux vasse, last Sunday as she went to church slipped aud fell, breaking her arm. The following item Is the Moberly Monitor: What will probably be one the most interesting cases ever tried in Randolph county is now said to be in process of formation. Ex-Secretury ...

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. — 2 March 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH -, l!tr.' ltrmsoi inusmpiton: One yrnr 1 .00 I Six Month r Three Month ?'i , "TECIIES"MeXICO. But It's by a Branch Line to Fulton. Washington, Feb. '22. The in trodtution of two bills, granting authority of Congress for the con struction of two bridge across the Missouri river, excited the interest of members of the Missouri dele gation in the House today. The bills were introduced by Rcpresen- j tutive Southard, of Ohio. The; bridges proposed are to lift at St. Charles and Glasgow, M. The Missouri Central railroad j company ask? authority to con- struct and maintain them as both j railroad and highway bridges. li'cprcsenlative Southard, when ' asked why he had introduced the; bill for a Missouii coi lunation, ! said he had done so for his old : friend, Col. W. II. Chase, of Tol-1 cdo, Ohio, who is making his temporary headquarter in Fulton, j Mo., but who is now in New York! City, and had telephoned him this morning to introduce the bills. He ssid the co...

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. — 9 March 1905

PTTE lusTOfttCAL Mexico ssouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1905. NUMBER 19 Mi HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM W. Rriee and wife of tins city have moved to their farm rear orcester. Twins a son and daughter came into the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Cox of Mexico lust week. John S. Mnrmnduke, Jr., for merly of Mexico is ill with eon sumption at San Leandro, Califor nia. J. Ilord Davis will have charge of the T. E. Hook farm, northeast of Mexico, lately vacated by V. C. Duty. The City Hotel, the leading ho tel in Vandalia, burned last Thurs day night. Loss, $4,000; insured for $2,000. Johu Laue and T. J. Buckner have bought the vacant lots jusc south of the McKinley restaurant in Mexico. Mrs. Carrie Hayes of Mexico and Mr. Charles Sinclair of St. Louis were united in marriage at Clayton, Mo., lart Thursday. Mrs. Viola Newmau, of Milwau kee, Wis., has returned home af ter n visit to her p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 March 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Kditor and l'mpt-it-tor Enured at tlio fiMnflice at M'lm Mo., mi f'ooud-clas iiiuttiT. TUUI5SDAY Hi JLJ J- J-l MAKCII 1904! The little .Japs are whipping the Russians to a finish. Let well enough alone, was the advice of Mark Haniia! Hut Ted dy is breaking away, and showing i frightful symptoms of incorrigibil-1 ity. Holla Wells has been nominated by the lemoerats for Mayor if St. Louis. It is for a second term. ells lia made St. Louis a good mayor. Last Saiiii il.iv wn-i "li. mil r,ii; Day." Theodore Koosevcll of New ork and Charles Worrel 1'air-i banks of Indiana were inatigurat-1 ed respectively I'resideiit and Vice j President of the I'mnted Slates. j A little paint on the old imple ments will cover up a multitude of defects, to say nothing of the appearance. It is better to apply U little paint to old tools than to pay seventy cents per sitiare inch for newly painted ones that are perhaps but little better. Careless carelessness ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 March 1905

:i lini-i Iti T.r" V "' 1 ' " -i- -t THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCn 9. 1905 The C. & A. is to have n new time card to go into eflcct next Sunday. Bom, to Mr. and Mis. Oscar Martin, Feb. 28. at Molino, daughter. M. Stranle. who has been tench ins; in Colorado sinew last summer, lias returned to his home near Mo lino. Says his health is much im proved. St. Louis etirponlers are in Mex ico erecting the Lomp brewing station. It is on the old site where stood the one recently destroyed by fire. A. O. Gass, who lias been quite seriously afflicted for several years with rheumatism, fell from ii load of fodder Tuesday and sustained a broken arm. Henry Hellyer, a Russian Jew, delivered an address at the Mexico Presbyterian church last Monday night. lie drew a pathetic picture of the oppressed Jew in Russia. Hiram Phillips, a son of Hiram Phillips of Mexico, has beeu nom inated by the Democrats of St. Louis for President of the Board of Public Improvements. Sam Rice recently lost 30 sheep ki...

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