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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 March 1905

1 i li THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAI.ril !, 1905 Ttrmnol tinhtcripiion : One year l .on Mx Month .vi I'linf Month '.'" WATSON'S ACQUITTAL. Settles a Fight Between In-: surancc Companies. A Denver ((.'til.) paper rrfi'H'ing to tin lute Dr. Wjitsnn trinl lit Now London, Mo.. have: "The iu-i(iiittiil in n great lilow to tlie ncritliMit insiitiiiiee e(,iu(,uii ies. The two elasses of compan ies have lifi ti ligliting one another tooth iiml nail, t he former triing to hang Dr. Watson, mi that tiny would not In- corniirlli'd to pay t li accident policies held liy Mis. Wat son. Tin- life instnaiH oinpau- ic, the other hand, bought to .-ave the neck of Watson, so that they wi.tild not have to pay for hi dea'h In sulpstaiic'c the ;i'pii: tal ' means that the accident onniaiii s will lie compelled to pay 1 7.2.",H Occident policies carried ley Mrs. Watson. In addition, the ,fe jn-1 Finance eoinpaiiies will have to pay 14 (Hi carried on her life." - - I, iii- i " 1 solil his I eMileiice n, Mexico ...

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 March 1905

6T ,ik t;i :: or;if ai, a d Mexico Missouri M ESSAG tf. '.' VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1905. NUMBER 20 E HAPPENED and HAPPENING ; A OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN f y y1 V SOME LOCAL. AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM V Saturday, April 1st. will he stock pales diiy in Mt-xico again. M. N. Argo of Watella, III., litis bought Carl Lockridge's fnini, west of Mexico. J. S. Inlow iiiul family of ber, have moved to their . .wear Columbia. Fin- 1' ; 1 1-1 11 S. 13. Coons mill family of near Laddonia move to Eureka Junc tion,, Wash., this week. J. II. Field of Mexico sold Rob ert Brown of Louisiana u fine har ness and saddle horse a few days ago. The loeftt order of Eagles is talk ing plans already for a big cele bration of Independence Day July ;4tli,.iu. Mexico. County Collector Albert Harri son turned into the coffers of the county at the settlement with the Court last week nearly $113, 000. The Democratic nominee for marshal at Columbia, Mo., is Mil lard Rogers...

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 March 1905

THE" MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. Joint Heal, Editor nud Proprietor IClltTei at 111 IWoflU-o nt M klijuired may iurrimiunte him," was Mo.. fooiiiid-clsM-roatu r TI1UKSDAY. MARCH Hi "' TI.e bill passed the house nnuni """"" luouitly 10 days ago. (iov. Folk has appointed .Speed, Mocly as oflieiul pardon eleik. SSci ipture: F.e not overeome of evil, but overcome evil with good. Mr. Hu.urd hiis been nominated for innyor of Mm on. Now. Iie"s a Noes Uaumann (Kep.) Uu bird. jelinnau (I)em.) Curry (Kep )low- Won't forget the big sale of high elnf horses in Mexico March J!, nii'l !! . See ad. elsewhere in this piipi T. The Ilmise nl Jeticfhun City has pucM-d a bill to make St. Louis tores and saloons close on Sun dav. l course, make 'em close I '! j I Charles F. Kelly, convicted ol j boodlmg, is s;i ill to be in a semi- J i'OUscinil c o 11 d i t i o ii nt his hiiini' in St. Louis ii the result of worn over his case which is ponding in the Supreme Court. Tin- Legislature repealed tin Iii...

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. — 16 March 1905

tHE MESSAGE j'n,J I THURSDAY, ' MARCH 1C, 1903 it HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. t Mrs. Wm. Brandon at Laddonia ii afflicted with cancer on her face. T. M. Dillard left this week for Silver, Wash., where he will lo cate. Mrs. Thomas Smith, nee Sarah Fisher, at Santa Fe, has been is very ill health this winter. S. B. Hardiue and family have moved from Illinois to their farm recently purchased eaBt of Mexico. 'Squire Jenkins says that as a Justice he has married more people than any other man in the county. George Coakley, of near Rush Ulllattending school in Mexico, hag been very sick with the mumps. The French building is soon to be torn down and built anew. John Bnllew has the contract for re building. T. J. Hoxey is "liguring" on building a largo hotel near the new passenger depot Mexico hopes to get soon. Josph Tolbert has moved to Mexico from Chillicothe ond has employment with the I. M. Greer Furniture Co. The annual conference of the M. 13. church is in session at Chil licothe. Rev. ...

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 March 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH Hi. VMK TtruiH of SuhncriptioH ' One year 1I M Months r." Three Month '-'"' THE MESSAGE. nv i.ii.ui; r. i.. iikmikix Thursday morning, here it conies, lJringing sunshine tn our homes, .Scattering news from shore to shore Read its i frs o'er and o'er, Nothing there you've seen before. In this, our Mis..i.. ;i'n -t it imi is unknown. Spite iiinl envy are not shown, tiossip fnuii n wicked t in mi i' I not through its imp s sung; Si'imii.il i not ' hi i m1 unions Tlii' items hi' our Mi;s- i.r, illnr papers larger lf, llli! oil I'V'tV page We Sri' Nii'm-s of nu n with lots of iloiii:li. Xnti.es ni uii'ti who live lot show. Nothing i-lsi' liiit Mow mill lilow. ' l'is not our Mr-s Dear Val"d 1 1" l' tl I . long IIKIV ol; 1 1 i:;n : Fame i in inny you gain 1 i ' -1 1 and i i-.tr mill great ami sin, ill. Vou tl' :if .iti'i,'-: olli' Mini :ill Al ' l.lil I'.l.otl r'l-r OI -1 1 : 1 1 ! to -nil. tin- I,i 'A y .lls i;'. 1 1. I .'. i a pig is k'vt ,. -l;.iii' I il is -...

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. — 23 March 1905

tTfi lllsTOUkJl. 8 () Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1905. NUMBER 21 A HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A A V V SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY lion. J. A. Potts of Mexico lias bought him a winter home at San Antonio, Texas. Nana Angell is suing her hus baud, John M. Angell, in the An draiu Circuit Court for divorce, al leging cruelty. Lindell Rudasil, nenr Youngs Creek, was kick ed by a mule re cently; his leg was broken in two places. Judge J. A. Lewis and family of Mexico, we understand, expect to move back to their farm this spring. R. P. Brown sold 134 head of hogs in St. Louis Inst week, the drove averaging 269 pounds each and selling at $3.10 per cwt. Miss Abbie Morr'i9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pate Morris, was operated on for appendicitis in the Mullanohv Ilosnitol in St. Louis last week. Wm. Day has moved to Audrain from Fowler. Indiana. lie takes possession of the John X. Brown farm of 520 acres, south of Mex ic...

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. — 23 March 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. Johu Heal, Editor and Prnpt ictor entered m tii' rKt'nii-c t Mexico Jin,, in wcind-rlsi niutl-r. i THURSDAY. MARCH 2:1. It wits a Kerens victory 1 lint In' i kept Xt-idringhuns from being j Senator It was a Xicdringhaus victory, bat Xietli ingliHUS w ill not be I'uit- i ed S lilies Sou ;it or. j (inv. Folk refused to n'eipt tin-1 offi r of the Republicans to make liiiu I'nitfil States Senator. If vc were mean c-iiontfli to give ; or t ;i k - a tit i I imil then were to j I f imlii led lor it of couix' we would oppose anything intended to ; liiitiiiliate and punish the hoodler. , Tin- Legislature til .-(!? lie- olliee ot Ex'-iv Coiiiinis.', inner in St. l.tilli." a i-alaticd olliee, and iov. Folk has appointed T. E. Muhi- hill to Miecced James in I hat ( Hire. M. i bel t The Legislature, on the Senate bide, killed the anti-bribery lill,one of th' most urgent pieces of pro pos id legislation that eaine up for passage. The Karris - Morton erowd wie...

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 March 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 190.1 tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, ft K. S. P. Wilrlcy, near Santa Fe, is reported quite sick. Miss Emma Mundy is seriously nfllicted with nervous prostration. Mat lleizer will erect six new and up-to-date cnttnges in south west Mexico this ppriug. Mi6s Louise Salmon of Clinton visiting Miss Mary Ricketts here, Lus taken down with the mumps. Marriage license was issued this week to Mr. 13. F. Cassidy and Miss Ida Jones, both of this coun ty. The sympathy of the entire com munity goes out to Mr. and Mrs. John 13. Graham in the untimely death of their little daughter.Ferris. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. F. H Corduer was bitten, in the face Tuesday by a dog belonging F. VV. Cowan. It was a very pain ful wound. The Congress of Disciples the Christian Church assemble Columbia this week. Rev. A. Kokeudoffer of Mexico will be attendance. of iu W. iu John- Moore, colored, who was cut with a knife by his brother-iu-law, Ed. Sparks, at Vandalia some time sinc...

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 March 1905

THE MESSAGE I THURSDAY, MAKCII 10. 1!K. Terms of Xbcription: line year Months TliriT Months. ,.11 .Wt .....W ....2.1 Franchise Bill Defeated. Jefferson City, March IV The audiou-iramhisc liill, which has passed the Democratic Senate, was badly tlefented in the Republican How-e this morning. It was a Folk measure. Several of the members attacked it viciously when it was called up tor passage, among whom were Biiklcy of St. Ixmis, Moss of Kansas City, Harriugtou of Aduir and Trimble of Clay. (ioofrcy of St. Louis said he hud lived in that city since be fore Bicklcy was born and ho knew St. Louis wanted the law; tlmt the city would get the money for the sale ol franchises instead of the boorilers. Whitccotton of Monroe said he thought the bill should pass in the interest of the cities. "I believe in municipal owner ship for the benefit of the citizens of the cities and not for the bene lit of the corporations. "St. Louis is bound down to day by public-utility corporations," he said. Fe...

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 March 1905

roMCAt i Mexico Missou MESSA'G VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 00, 1905. NUMBER 22 RI E HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A vy SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY L.T.Pasley of Rush Hill return ed" last week from a visit to his son, E. L. Pasley.at Bloomiugton, III'., following railroadiug there, who has been very ill. The Audrniu Coal Co. at Van dalia was recently awarded the contract for 3,000 tons of cool to be furnished the C. & A. during the mouths of April and May. : B. VV. Hill was over to Mexico Saturday from his late new home near Paris, which he moved to tirst of the year from near Skinu er, He orders the Message to his address. A revival ineetiug of two weeks' duration closed at Hardin College last Sunday. All the ministers of the city assisted in conducting the meeting. There kwere about a doz en conversions. Street Commissioner Oweu is cleaning out the alleys accumula tions of ages, it would appear, of Mexico. Get near some of out back stre...

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 March 1905

THE MESSAGE TI1UKSDAY, MAliCIl :tO. l!0.j Terms of Nnbrription: Oik- year Wv MontM Three Months .11. m Next iSaturdny is rlock sale day iu Mcxiiti. The ba combination horse sale in on in Mexico today nnd toruor row. Many visitors in week to ut tend tlie tiou horse i-alc Mexico thiii liitf comliiiia- The Mcssnire Kit tlit scoop lust week in lieinj: tin' fiit paper to mention tli.it wcrel ninn-jagc of an Audrain couple at bowling (iicen, Mo., now nearly a year since. (iov. Folk vetoed the (so-called home rule police bill for St. Louis. The dill wuii dishonestly masked seemed all riht. at first glance, but Folk sIkmvs that it would have been iiiicoustittitional. It was in reality illogical and uuwise, and in oue sense appears to have beeu iuteinled lut to trap mid riubnrrass Folk. Folk s head remains level and they don't catch him in any traps. The tiloW-Democrat lias lost more labor. We learn that the idea is prev alent iu some sections of the coun ty that if School Supervision car ri...

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 March 1905

v- TrWiUrTiTina. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1903 J EPI5!!!!L kE JippININJL!!f Carl Petty is very ill with pneu monia. Joseph Hall succeeds Frank Haz ard, resigned as baggage man at the union station. John 11. Gregory changes his postoflice for the Message from Long Branch to Paris. A car load of horses aro here from Trenton, Mo., for the hig combination horse sale now in pro giess. Ralph Callaway of Mexico has in cepted a business position in Kan sas City where he will make his fu ture home. Mrs. R. Callnwny is visiting her son, Ralph Callaway, and her daughter, Mrs. Lynn Banks at Kansas City. W. P. Hawkins of Bowling Green shipped a car load of horses to Mexico this week for the big combination sale. Mrs. C. K. Allen of Kausas City who when visiting relatives here took down with the typhoid fever, is reported much improved. Miss Minnie Dobyns of this city at present is at Laurel, Miss., where she is manager of the mil linery department of a department store. Mr. Martin F. Gesc...

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. — 30 March 1905

THE MESSAGE i Published Every Thursday. .1 ohii Beal, Editor uml Proprietor V.nl'T'-.1 M the PoMoftici- nt M-xIf Mil. an woiiid-els mailer. THURSDAY. MARCH W. 11)04 llurton Was Acquitted. Tin- Columbia 1 1 i'ialil print the billowing iti-iii r dative to a ninii who with hi f.-iinily formerly lived in Mexico uml win is wi ll known over this county : Several C rl it in i i citizens. in - eluding Fountain Rol ii wi ll, V . II. Mc-Kwi-n. 11. I). Shaw, uml I.. .1. Slate were summoned tn .Irll'i-r-iiii City Monday morning t' appear I" Iimc tin liiited Stiit. ,. District Clint n witnesses ill tli- case nf I. I, Unit, m ,f Columbia, who was charged willi sending obscene letters Him tin- iniiil. Tin- )i:iih:i s were nut li s! :l j lied mill ll'H toll was liberated. As lo 40-Acrc f"arms. '1'ln I'lilmyr.i Herald iiiiiKi-s ii good suggestion ill tin- following, w i.i I hy i'! some coiis-idi-rat inn 1 y Aixlriii ii -i hi tit v pi-upli-: Kvi-iy tottv iici'i-s within four inih s nl l'aiinv ra c-mi...

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 April 1905

ssouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1905. NUMBER 23 Mexico Mi A A A HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM The Vaudalia Mail says " Bell Mower is a small edition of Mexico". Homer Pickett at Kowena down with the pneumonia week. took last Mayor E. E. Jones has sold his interest in the Mexico Custom Mills. The Iioyal Neighbors at Mar tinsburg give a box social next Saturday uight. Mrs. Horace Bybee, at Santa Fe, is afflicted with paralysis in one side of her face. Miss Sylvia VVylde of Mexico left last week for Spokane, Wash., where she will teach. What's that joke they are tell ing on Arthur Worley at Molino, relative to what he said about his "granddaughter? " Joeob Berry left last week for a visit to his parents at Alaska, W. Va. Mr. Berry thinks he may be away several months. Frank Ragudale has bought T.J. Williams' dwelling in Mexico and has taken possession. Mr. Wil liams moves to Bellefl...

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. — 6 April 1905

THE MESSAGE! 1 Tlit llSDAV, AVUUs C. !: Tu rns ill Snhnrriptinn: ()m- i.ir II. on Six M'iiiIIii- '. ..Vi 'I line 1 HI lir- 'J"' I.'vny lunti who fjxnd.s a penny fur w lii-k.v is j'lr-t tlmt mm ll uHc ( piiy liis debts. ' 1 1 In cut-on between Mexico und (i.iv. 1'olk had appointed Coir j old Monroe for joint freight trnf Kiomiiiiii W. I). Ynndivcr fm State fit- has been nettled. liiMiniiic- ('iiiiinisiiiiicr. . While u Matcincnt has never Miimr Hulls, Lite eity editor of tin- M' ic" Intelligencer, Ims re Mgie'd lux i!ni'i' mid will ii'-fcpt ji Ihimii's - i ( i m i in Kiiiixii.-i City. Mr. H'llNi mi excellent young in i i u'll will MWM-.'d any I it - mi put liim . ( ' 1 1 ;r r-uia ti Champ Clin k was chosen by Sceietiiry-of-Var Tuft to hike I hal. Philippine' jll liket 1lii siiuiiner, Senator Stone and ol I. ei- .Missoiiiiaiis being in the inn I . I ul Champ declines, lieg vr i tt t" be pei-niitted to reiu iiu at liuine (o slmly a variety of ipies lions I lull will conn- up in Congres...

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. — 6 April 1905

mss. THE MESSAGE TilURSDAY, APRIL C, 1905 ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. t S prowl Academy entertainment at Frntcrunl Hull April 11. Joseph Cnuthorn of Mexico will open a penny picture gallery iu Vandalia. Mrs. Mary J. Pierce, late of Mexico, gets the Messahe at Da runt, I. T. Gip Mildred and Jumes Lceper left this week on a trip to Foit Collins, Colo. Company F of this city goes to tbo country Saturday and will camp out over Sunday. The barn of J. D Heed at Den ton City was destroyed by fire last Thursday uight. Miss Abbie Sullivan has closed a very successful term of school in the Prarie Lee district. The County Court was in ses sion as a Board of Equalization Monday and Tuesday. Herman Sipple at Laddonia has been confiucd to his room with rheumatism for six weeks past. The Episopnl ladies served meals during the combination horse sale and cleared $67 for the church. Marriage license was issued Monday to Mr. Allen 13. Shattuck of Vandalia and Miss Myrtle Lake of Laddonia. Dr. E. S. Ca...

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. — 6 April 1905

THE MESSAGE TiirusiuY, Arim, , !K.-, 1'uMishcd Every Thursdav. John Held, Editor Hiid Proprietor Entered at the 1'ostoflice at M'-vico Mi., as second -clus mutter. TIll'KSDAY. MAKl'II .i. 1 'JO I I COMBINATION SALE. The Combination Morse Sale Pronounced a Great Success. The Missouri Horse Sale Co.s i- tn I i 1 1 :t1 iMi sale in Mt'.xico week was pronounced :t treat Mice's-. Tin bidding wits spirited nnd ul litiifs ju-t it little exciting and must l tin' hurst s brought big pi ii'c-. Tin- company wits s well pleased with the sale that they say t lit y will have a like sale in Mexico this tall iiml jierhais they may make it a pcrniinnnt thin fur every six months. Mei' o is th" horse center ol the i irlli nnd the buyers all know while they eati always. Iiml a ' I horse. The billowing Mock Oil the lilst day l.ronght '-'" ami over: V 1'. Hawkins (,t Howling tiieen to W. A. Utile of Kansas City it team of horses, considera tion 1 , 1 A stall inn, Silver lies, belonging to A. M. lo.Mlll of...

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. — 13 April 1905

fi-vi ;: ilHTOlUCU. 0 ssouri Message. EXICO VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1905. NUMBER 24 Mi HAPPENED and HAPPENING A OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A y A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM The Kinloch Telephone Co. will extend its line from Mexico to Moberly. Mra. John Spottswood is enjoy ing a visit from her sister, Mrs. Cyrus Scott, of California. John McEloy of Howling C-reeu visited Frauk and Robert McClure, south of Mexico, lust week. Attorney tioorge Kobertson of Mexico lectured before the stu dents of the law school at the Mis souri University lust week. Attorney A. C. Barues visited his almamater, the State Univer sity, last week. Miss Ijena Dowell, of Youngs Creek neighborhood, is teaehiug a spring term of school in the Bry ant district. Mrs. J. V. House of this city remains in very ill health. Her son, Frank Rouse of Omaha, Neb., wus here to see her last week. Jucge VV. VV. Bottsat the court house last week united in marriuge Mr. VV. F. Kr...

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. — 13 April 1905

THE MESSAGE THUPSDAY, Al'KlL 1.:, P.MV. T'fins of Hitbsrrii'tii'H Urn- i ur Six Months.... Three Moitllir !'' ! ii ml the book. He said to the cor- PRODUCING THE ROSE, ierspondent: "I listened to Hobert The climvli folks are having!"- Incersoll one night all the some tri cut fall-outs ovr-r the" blood j from Cincinnati to money" K'oeckleller mid Carnegie ludiiinapolis. He talked infidelity are dire, iiig t missions and to "" ,,ip way, and, while I was not found public libraries. We don't i l' religions man, his conver know just wliat to think ab int it, ! ''"" so stii red me that when I bin we arc a little inclined to the ! "1 "ir tluil1 1,1 1 ndiunapolis I opinion that if Uockcfello w or i Carnegie want to help a good cause it should not be denied them. There is no dang, r of their buy ing their way into the glory wrld hiAiind. th"y should deceive no mie ;i. tl .at Conscience with thcin m.ix n:: Ic seeking ii little rest. I. t tic in ha e that rest. Take fhe-e 1 Ich men's gilt-; 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. — 13 April 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, Al'IUL 13, yo: tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. It Mr. niul Mrs. Thomas Hook ami children art- visiting relative in Tennesse. John (juinlnn near Skiuuer tin ished planting n 120 acre field of eorn last week. Buckner's iee (renin factory, situated in the buck end of Hingo's cafe, started operations last week. Frank Maxwell of St. Louis spent first of the week with his brother, John Maxwell, north of Mexico. J. M. Sims, late of the (.taut neighborhood, has bought the. I. O. Edmonston farm, near Mexico, and taken possession. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Neat of Tal is, Mo., have been the guests of Mrs. A. S. Houston and Mrs. (.'. U. Uiblis of this city. D. S. Weaver of near (Jentralia luvored the Mkssauu with u pleas ant business call last Saturday. Mr. Weaver said he had SO acres of corn planted and GO of it is up nicely. The Fulton Gazette says: A trader named Robert Crews, from over near Mexico, got 27 head of red steer calves stock sales day, at $20 apiece, that he ought to m...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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