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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 April 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor Entered t tli I'lu-toflien at Mexico Mo.. u Hcrotid-rlasii mutter. THURSDAY, APKIL Ul, 190.-) The Spelling Bcc. An old fashion spclli nr bee was given tit the court house in Howl ing (in-eii the other night, says the Il linu 'iireii Tillies, under the auspices of the Woman's Wending Cluli, and lor the benefit of the public Uiiiiiy. About two hun dred persons wen; present mid all enjoyed tile contest. Prof. 1. L Ilowuiug was cnun eiiitor. Mi. ( liniiii (Mark. and Eil. (Dock) Iiigi! agreed to "ehoise up.'' Mr. Higgs heat Mrs. Clark in guessing a niiinher, and had the first choice. lie selected Miss Dhuielie I'uriicll. hut she was not present. Mrs. (.'lark started out with Mrs. (ieo. T. Lei; as first choice. I'roiii this a large string of spellers was selected on each side. )n the first round everybody spelled 1 lie first word. On the f-eeond they began to fall by the wavsiih- Plih liie. rhubarb, haut boy. &.. c...

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. — 20 April 1905

rkl. n 0 ssouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1905. NUMBER 25 Mi MEXICO A HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A A Vandalia is to have a new $10, 000 bote!. Mrs. E. II. Skelly, at Vandalia, subscribes tor the Mkssaue. D. P. Moore of this city lias been serving on the Federal Grand Jury in St. Louis. Judge F. 11. Jesse is home from his recent business and pleasure trip to California. ft.'S. Asbury changes his ad dress for the Messauk from Halls villc to Brown's St a ion. 'J, li: Luekie, of this "city, and Charles Luekie and family have re turned to California to reside. Miss Cecil Weimer of Mexico has a position in the general ofiiees of the Big Four railroad in St. Louis. The capital stock of the Mexico Fire Brick and Clay Co. has been increased from $23,000 to $100,000 all paid up. Hon. J. A.. Potts and daughters and Miss Ethel Plunkctt returned last week from San Antonia.Texns, where they...

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. — 20 April 1905

THE MESSAGE TJIUIiSDA Y, AI'KIL L'o, 1!)0. T mi df !ulsrription : Our- jrur Si Mi.nili- Three JM041I Iik . .11.0" 't) )t is lliiruglil tliat the fruit is not CivnMy hurt !,y the lute fold t-pi-Il. Ivcr.i IhiiiK (.'"jinos to n Mini wlio wuil Miiiii'liiiv.'s n Rivut of ui:i'i()iiitmciit. (.')iiUr'i will have Dunne will if Ik r inuwir nifculs in ail his tun i.i -i 1 :t 1 vm -.hi "ilnus. II is tlniililit Unit tin .Mruwiii-ITV i . -1 1 In Mi.--eiri this ye.ir will . tin-1 .11 in the history of tin I. ...... c.li ! a aliil lii' it 1i 1 1." h.il 1!. M i , I'-,),,, ili ink 1111 or two cvriv viiir ;ire ft-ttiiijj imi'k'.Tfi I'm I do v H'ke:liiCs over ill K r,:-:i- i- s'liii"' other Siiit" inn 11 r to Mi-.-uiii'i lor refuse. We'll s'i'.i' i!.-h oii nni si-iii you li.ii-k. Win. 11 K'.i-I. III:! T..1IV . ' i l.uii;: i.t lili l I;,! in ( 'uluinoi 1, 1 "!Hlt , Mini IV-1 hi City, ('!ill:ihi;( Sliiti Jlll'i- soon. id' ol A C. IlilVC Sill 111 'i i 111 ol.! l).'ni..;-i.it n !;-- lo Suii'hi llmiliS in...

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. — 20 April 1905

THE MESSAGE HAPPENED AND UAPPEMNG.il J. R. Creasy, at Worsham, Tex as, is a new render of the Messaue. Luke Mort is is suffering from the effects of an abeess formed on his left font. Carl Adams of Mexico has a po sition with the Adams Express Co. in Kansas City. Edward Morris, of the firm of Gant & Morris, grocerymen, is confined to his room by sickness. Miss Loua Steele will remain in Mexico. She will be stenographer for the Thompson Manufacturing Co. Mrs C. T. Varuon is home from St. Louis wbete she has been in a hospital. She has completely re covered her health. Mrs. Ethel Stewart has entered suit in the Audrain County Circuit Court for divorce from her hus band, Albert Stewart. Charles Hutchison, colored, was arrested Monday night on a charge of disturbing the pence and va graucy. His lino was $37.50. Prof. Rolla Mclntire of this city, connected with the Missouri Mili tary Academy, has purchased an interest in Jackson Military Col lege a Jackson, Mo. S. M. Malone has assum...

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. — 20 April 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursdnv. John Heal, Kditeir ami Proprietor Km. r-d ni iIip I'ostoftice at Mexico M'i.. s wooml-rlasd matter. Tlll'KsDA Y, i 1 -1 . APRIL -JO, 190,' GAME WARDEN. Place Goes to a Brother of Dr. N. R. Rodea or mexico. Jrfl'erHiii City, Mo., April il. (i.ivtiKir Polk toduy nppniute-el at-tuim-v rlos-cpJi Kodes of Sednlin to the riilic- ot State Uiiiuo Witrilcu. The nilii't' wits 'Touted by the re cent Legislature und pays -,000 per yetir. There were u great many nppli- eMiiis Kr me place, hut .Mr. Kernes indorsement eanie from all parts of tie? ate. lie. is a great lover of wooderaft and is a inenitier of Sev ern I hunting and lulling club.-. Sedalia. Mo.. April 1 ". ). II. Itodrs of this city, who lias been appointed State (ianio Warden by ioveiior Folk, was horn in Halls County. Hi is a graduate of Cen tra! College, Payette, Mo., and n ad law with Chief Justice Theodore Uiiicc at Paris. He graduated from the law de paitnient of the State' University in the...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 April 1905

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1905. NUMBER 26 HAPPENED and HAPPENING $ y OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN X A A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM V. M. Criws. Into of this citv, has located at Eldon, Mo. The Modern Woodman camp at Martiusburg has 100 members. Miss Alberta Kenueii of Mexico is teaching a music, class in Vanda lin. "Bud" Johnson, colored, of Mexico, died last week of consump tion. W. E. Cawthoru of Molino will teach next winter in the Fisher district. Mexico will celebrate on the Fourth. The local Aerie of Eagles have the mutter in hand. Fgbert Sims of Thompson ship ped in three cars of stock hogs from Arkansas n few days ago. James Muir, at Rush Hill, has purchased an interest in a livery stablo at Bellflowcr. Sam Morris of this is shipping binder twine from Jefferson City, made by the State plant. The Martinsburg school cl osed last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kleinsorge of Mexico were in at tendance. John Mar...

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. — 27 April 1905

J I THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at th' TV'tofnc( kt Mexico Mo., eeond-clM matter. Trmol Subscription: Oar year tl. Six Month ' Tlin-i" Month TUUKSDAY, APRIL 27, I'm:, The glorious rain bus come. Enforce the laws, that's the slo gan. Joseph J flVrson. the eminent actor, is dead. The insurance (rust is skipping no assessments. Sure enough, why have the sa loons of this State been allowed to violate the laws so long! The Tinted Commercial Trav elers will hold their annual conven tion in Mexico May f) Lit and loth. Up at Macon they sent an old "nigger" to prison for acting "middleman' in a whisky pur chase. Itudolph's attorneys are working hard to save his neck. They arc pleading with the Chief Justice of the I'nitcd Spates next. The nigger shanty neighbothood along the ruil.ond in Mexico is a disgrace to the city and has been so for years. It is a bad adver tisement to the stranger who passes thru our gates. The Ilannold Hose Co. of Me...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 April 1905

THE MESSAGE ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. W J. N. Baskctt has been appoint ed City Engineer. P. W. Campbell and family arc moving back to Mexico from Strotlier. Mr. Campbell will fol low liis trade of carpentering. Evangelist B. Martin Harris, who lins been holding n revival meeting nt Laddonia, begins a like work nt Wellsville next Sunday. Born, last Sunday, at Columbia, Mo.,, to Mr. nud Mrs. (J. W.Pulli nin, a son. Mrs. Ptilliam was for merly Miss llattic Vandeventer of this county. The revival meeting at the Ccn tralia Methodist church closed this week with 40 additions to the membership, inducing the mayor of the town and other prominent citizens. L. S. Hopkins, uorthwest of Mexico, was stricken with upo plexy last Monday. He was parti ally paralyzed also, unable to speak, aud his condition is regarded as serious. John T. Elzun at Laddonia came near losing his fine residence by fire last Suuday. A piece of burn ing poper was curried out thru the roof, starting the lire. A bucket br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 April 1905

THE MESSAGE Tlll'KsDAY, Al'KIL 27, A FISH STORY. Ex-ClrculMCIe P. M. Mor ris Tells of a "Tender Foots" Luck. Mr. P. M. Morris, out iu the (olden !Slti1i fur n season, writes tht f villo wilier to hia sou here, Will 11. Morris, which the Mos.m.k ie permitted to J hi 1 1 i li : Modesto, California, April Mlh, l: ("). Dear Will: I have just returned from u little fishing trip, mill of course I have n fish story to t -! 1 . 1 h:ive been in "Hinddeii ." l,i I in- explain before I proceed. J I'.m ry ) in,' the Shad h-iivc the (mm ;iu nnJ run up the rivers to i-pawn.iun at lllgllt, I M-fl 11 II 1 n j iiln ii! x o'clock p. in., and thnt i-: t!,c to catch tliem: dip-net i- .1 aiiiiut the size of a darker I, .mi ! .Mid listened to n pole conic cigl.l or t- ii f.-ct long, you stand at the edge of the water it you can find -i i-iopir.g Lank, or a steep I. ink, ,iu -t above, mid let down . :.r i.i t with month down ,-tiealii, and tin' tih run into the le t una v, at' and ul.'li oll feel th-'lll ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 May 1905

8I4IE HISTORICAL 8.0 Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 4,1905. NUMBER 27 $ HAPPENED and HAPPENING $ y OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN ' A A ROME LOCAL AND COUNTY 2 Mrs. Farrah at Rush Hill is suf-1 fcriug from cataract of the eye. Mrs. II. L. Stcppleraan has been visiting relatives and friends nt Jeffersou City. Dr. W. II. Douglass has pur chased T. E. Moore's drug-store at Benton City. A. Dinsuiore of Imlay City. Mich., has moved to Mexico and will open a.j and 10 cent store. Wm. nndllote Brandon of Lad douia hold stock in the new coal company receutly organized at Martinsburg. The Mexico waterworks lake has been stocked with 20,000 bass and croppic minnows from the State hatchery at St. Joseph. Quincy James arrived home last week from Texas. He was very fa vorably impressed with what he saw of that State. Miss Ruth Owen of Hallsville will teach the Saling school, in Au drain county, next winter. Eight months term, $30 per month. On Easter Sun...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 May 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Evrry Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at tb I'ostoflice at Mexico Mo., as second-class roatu-r. TV mis of Hh iKcription : One year Klk Months Three Month 11 .u THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1J0." lien. Fitzhugh Lee is dead. It is .State suicide to legalize n business that makes the greatest per cent of our criminals. Gov. Folk has appointed Norton Mclson. son of cx-Sherift Mat Mel son, eoal oil inspector of Mexico. It is a good appointment. The Bellllower Telegram says: Mexico is still using a ill y goods box tor n depot. .Seems Colonels Basket t, White nnd Deal lave lost their influence. "Hack to the people," the slogan of V. .1. Bryan, is the right principle, ton. unity election laws is the iir that's and it de mand under this political war-cry. It is stated that bhuk collars will be worn by fashionable young men this summer. Well, if that's to be the fashion, we'll fall in: sec where it may save in the cost of our laundry. Kev. J. ('. Armstrong of St. ...

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. — 4 May 1905

.art THE MESSAGE ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, ft County Court is in session. Thomas Duty lins moved to Mexico from the farm. back C. L. Staples and It. A. Hanger are new readers of the Message. Walter Campbell has been ap pointed street commissoner of Mexico, and Robert Kemp and Jeff Sims are night policemen. Carl V. Hamilton, late of Mar ti nsbnig, orders the Message sent to him at Toraeroy, Wash., where he and his family are now living Prof. B. W. Torreyson, former ly connected with the Mexico schools, is now superintendent of t he public schools at Little Rock, Ark. The State Board of Education appointed Prof. D. A. McMillan of Mexico as one of the County Board of Education of Audrain, but Mr. McMillan declined the place. J. W. Rogers moved his family from Mexico to Rush Hill this week. Mr. Rogers is cashier of the Rush Hill Bank. He's a splen did fellow and a thoro business man. The United States has decided to apply a streak of green across the country in all directions all lette...

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. — 4 May 1905

THE MESSAGE TllUKSDAV, MAY 4. l'J(i: Former Audrain Man Is Too Clever. On hi return from n recent lUMties.s visit to Mississippi, John J. Snti-r.savs the Palmyra Spectator, found n letter awaiting him from lcadwood. fS. l).,frotii a man ci Ru in r iliiuself Henry Everett. The letter t-tnted thnt Everett was the executor of the estate of n wealthy ohl man whom Mr- Suter had befriended in many years Rone ' by, (aid who had left him in liisj3J will povernient bonds to thejEii uiuour.t of K KJ. The bonds hiid.ISi In en 1'oiipht by the old man on the im-talliijent pluu and there yet re- TjX niniiii.il a small payment of UO fjj whieh will soon he due. For some.rjl leixm this (iiial payment uiii-t he j jiffl in;id'' v, iil.in a certain tim.'. and : l-vt i' lt stated as he did not know M uti i fiiiiineial condition he eiicio-eii Ins own elieel; lor cN-i on the l-"ir.-t National hank of liutte, Molilalia, and Mr. Suter could re- p: nun when lie ceeiireil tin.' t- . . . KU.-t. Mr. Sutcivas no...

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. — 11 May 1905

tor.c Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1905. NUMBER 28 $ HAPPENED and HAPPENING $ y OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN Kt A A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Rudolph Miller and J. II. Fuu cctt remembered the Message in a substantial wny last Saturday. Miss Nellie Cohoon of Benton City recently graduated from the high school at Montgomery City. Mexico has a blacksmith who is White yet who is black. Presume we should say he is a colored man named White. E. O. Starkey and wife ot Mex ico were down at New Harmony recently, where Mr. Starkey did some building. P. P. Hummel and John T. Elzea, the former lately a resident of this city, have bought the J. D. Greer furniture and undertaking business in Lnddonia. Those two excellent fellows.Gco. Fritch and W. E. Thompson, of near Lnddonia, were in Mexico last Friday and honored the Mes sage with a pleasant business and social call. I. M. Greer, the furniture man, has done himself proud aga...

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. — 11 May 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at tlx Postoflice at Mexico Mo., as second-class matter. Ttrnis of RHliieription: One year 11. a Six Month M Three Month 2.' TIIUKSDAY, MAY 11. l!)0r. A NOTABLE EXAMPLE. We fee it ht.-ited tlint President Theodore Iiuo.evt'lt is pa inc 1 1 i own expanses in that lenr limit ont West, including his ruilrond fare. If tliis lie true, its a notnlile ex ample nud worthy of t lie highest Vrnise. Ilcretofiire. lifter licing instiillul in olli'-c, when a Presi dent left I lie Whitehiris-, nil Hp- I'rojirialioii was forthcoming. It's it matter of reeord that one ex-President made a tour of tho world, af ter Wing President eight yeiirs.ond the peojile paid the hill. The in eejitanee of favors from the treasu ry to pay the expenses of pleasure trips on the part of pulilie ofli.-uN lias lieenine so eoiiimon that it is looked upon as nil evil to be toler ated nrul not condemned. It is true that, viewed from a linnneia...

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. — 11 May 1905

THE MESSAGE ft HAPPENED AND HAPPEMNG.fi John Wilhnrn, the painter. Bcuton City is to have a saloon. Icenogle & Cox will be the proprietors. A telephone line is soon to be built from Rowena.this count, to Centralia. Miss Martha Sullinger has to tniued from Fruitland, N. C, where she was engaged in teach ing. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Long of Mexico will move to their farm near Sturgeon to reside perma nently. Lighting struck a flue on one of John Maxwell's houses north nf Mexico, one night last wotk. Demolished it. Missouri Military Academy elos inx exercises public entertain ment, May 24. Commencement exeeises, May 25. RUDOLPH HANGED. Condemmed Murderer and Bank Robber Had a Criminal Career Unparalled. Union, Mo., May 8. William Rudolph was hanged in the jail yard at 10:01 nnd he strangled thirteen miuutes before he was pronouueed dead. His mother and stepfather bade him farewell iu his cell.after which Rodolph announc ed that ho was ready to go. Ru dolph walked to the scaffold with n...

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. — 11 May 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1905 Mrs. Bolton Indicted. Montgomery, Mo., May .1. The crnd jury today found ft true bill against Mrs. Mande Dolton who f-hot Lor husband's eye out at Jones- burg. Mo. Bolton plated to day that tbeshooting was an Occident and he will uot be a witness against his wife. The court fixed her bond at tGW, which 6he has not yet Riven. Farber Teachers Elected. Farber, Mo., May 3. At a meet ing of tie trustees of. the Farber I'liblic school the following teach t rs were elected for the coming term of school: Principal.John II. Ilaiu of Hulls county: assistant, Miss (irnee Rowley of Louisiana; ifi maiy teacher. Miss Stella Dixon of Pike county. W. H. French, He's All Right. A taid by the Louisiuua Press Journal: t5ov. Folk is uot the only uiuii who is putting the lid on. A Mexico man seeinng that h poor woman's house needed a new lid had one put on nud paid for it out of his own pocket. We'll bet that St. Peter doesn't stop that man to ask for hi credentials wh...

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. — 18 May 1905

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1905. NUMBER 29 HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY R. D. Reed of Kirksville lias a place in Shannon Hodge's barber shop in Mexico. Miss May Jackson will teach in the Eureka district, east of Mex ico, next winter. Mr. Adolph Boeekler and wife of St. Louis attended the fuueral of Miss Madge Robertson here last week. The barn on the old Gilinore farm, north of Mexico, was un roofed last Thursday, during the storm. Ilenuan Krippendorf, out at Sa ling, this couuty, sold 730 bushels of corn the other day at 47 and 52 cents a bushel. Johu L. Anderson of Vandulia has beeu chosen priucipal of the school at Princeton, county seat of Mercer county. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rodhouse of this city are the proud parents of a new daughter. The little one will celebrate May 10th, in the years to come, as her birthday. Rev. Don VV. Nichols, formerly of Audrain county, later a mis sionar...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 May 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered St th I'tMtoflIre it Mexico Mo., u second-class matter. Terms of Subscription: One year II. a his Month fi Three Months 2! THURSDAY, MAY IS, I'M):, lon"t "spat" on the in Mexico. sidewalks "Forget it." Don't be dian. "Learn to forget." In- The cyclone is doing business diiwn in Oklahoma this veur. Politeness and gentility are mighty guild tilings in ehildn n.btit they are jut as nice in grown peo ple. "Hate hurls the hater worse thun the one hated." Spite and ill-nature nre among the most ex pensive luxuries of life. Don't Lis spiteful. It's too costly. The Mi .vieo Electric Light Co. is getting to the front. The street service is in, and soon they will install an all-day circuit for motor power. The Light Co. is in good hands. The California woman who is suing for divorce on the ground that her husband wants to eat her, d-moustrntes conclusively that he doesn't look as gocd to her as she does to him. The...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 May 1905

THE MESSAGE If HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, ft Miss Maud Douglass is afflicted with whooping cough. Mrs. Hurry Atchison wns quite ill for several days Inst week. Dr. S. C. Adams has tute headquarters ollice Kinley's bakery. his Insti over Me- Robert llcoton put the first sam ple home-grown strawberries upon the market this week. Edgar Shobe of near Laddonia, for six weeks past, lias been near ly past gain'' with rheumatism. A. S. Stevens, who died in this citv a few duys ago, was insured in the A. (). U. W. for $2,000. The storm last Thursday wreck ed the windmill on the E. C. S. Miller farm, just northwest of Mexico. J. P. Goodnight, Wince Foun tain, Gibbs Gentry and Eva Ack erman are new readers of the Message. The City Council Monday night granted the use of the streets and Hardin Park for the Fourth of July celebration. The lion. Champ Clark has con sented to deliver an address at the State meetiug of commercial travelers to be held in Mexico June 9. George Kemp, who has been one of ...

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