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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 July 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 27,1903 U HAPPENED AND HAPPENING.il Johu Maxwell is very sick. W. J. Bolts ha been very sick. Mrs. W. K. Rodes is very sick. Sum Sharp of Mexico is quite ill. Loqis Barth City. is in New York Clyde Harrison is laid up with fever. Mrs. V. II. Paschal of Mexico remains very ill. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haggard, of Mexico, a son. F. I. Vandeventer and wife will move to Columbia next month. Little Miss Rose Rodgers, daugh terof C. 1). Rodgers, is quite ill. A cloudburst at Dallas, Texas, flooded the streets three feet with water. iellow fever has broken out at New Orleans. A number of deaths reported. Sunday Base Ball. Jefferson City, -Inly 25. John Hurt, 16 year old, died here to-day from n blow with a ball, which he received while playing in Califor nia. Mo,, Sunday. He never re gained consciousness. Bowles Going to Japan. Wellsville. Mo., July 22. Pro lessor Fiank Bowles of this city, who has been n member of the faculty of Central College at Fay ette fo...

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. — 27 July 1905

Dr. Kerr Hitt la Bad Light. Dr. J. Kerr Hitt, well known in Mexico ami Audrain county anl who formerly posed as an c enlist nt Ontrnlia, ha lten kow in? to the whirlwind. The. fol lowing i from the Courier-Journal of liouisville, Ky.r "Hack to St, Ioni to day will co lr. .loci Kerr Hitt ami his wife, and M Kthel Wallace, tbe pretty little artist's model, who was the rauMj of their doruostie troubles. Hut they will travel wjiarately; for Dr. Hitt will occu py the section witb his wife and Miss Wallace will retrace alone the course. "1 sorely feel my predicament, said Mis- Wallace yesterday."I!ut the fault is not all my own. 1 loved Dr. Hitt, 1 admit, hut now I shall po hosr.c to my pramlmoth er and try to live ripht. I never knew until a short time apo that Dr. Hitt wits married. He had been callinp at our house four or live months and paid mc marked attention. The first intimation I had of his marriage was throuph it pirl friend of mine. Then I looked up the tecord in the Court Hous...

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. — 3 August 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 1905. NUMBER 40 VOLUME VII. V A A A HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN 80ME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A A A S. C. King at Farber renews for the Message. A pony and Rush Hill. dog show visited Furber will August 10. have a tig picnic Frank II. Mitchell, who was thrown from a car on the C. & A. at Fulton recently, by another ear being butted against his train, brought suit against the railroad for damages, 'lie was considerably bruised and hurt. Ed. Palmer and wife of Higbee have moved to Mexico. Jesse King of Farber called on the Message a few days ago. A revival meeting in progress ut the Baptist church at Martinsburg. Mrs. John Asbury is visiting relatives in Kansas City this week Oats iu the viciuity of Benton City made from 20 to 30 bushels to the acre. Mrs. Escue Brandon returned from a pleasant visit with relatives near Farber. T It. Miles of Farber has taken charore of his new...

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. — 3 August 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John IJeal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at th Pontofflca at Mexico Mo., second -clan matter. Terms of Subscription: One year 11.01 8lx Months fK Thr-e Months TIIl'RSIiAY, A 10. :t, IWi Only a few Schools dpftj . more weeks till the A vi:i.i)v peril sure down ;it New Orleans. f uough i:i.Kvrni.vwill heat Mexico's Miett fair, which opens Oefoher !Uh. 11 I. f hoiitrlit iiliout thnt compulsory cdiiciitioiinl lawf (iel your children ready for sell ool. Tin: two Mixico hoys who go to I'miamii yon nre hravn fellows, and diir heel wishes go willi you. Tin: M IV Carpenter Nut Lock Co. liini!il have c ncourgcincnt to estalilMi their factory ill Mexico. Tim: hoiidsinen of W. I). Thorn as nt Fulton have heen called up on to pay his shortage to the in sane iisxlum, f-M.'JO.'l.GO. Tin: Mi:ssai;i: "spoke on t" against Sunday hase hall in Mex ieo. and the pastors of several churches move. fire now seconding the I. it's over this have no hard fellings ijui'sti...

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. — 3 August 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUG. 3,1905 t HAPPENED AND HAPPENINC.pl diaries very sick. Criswell i s reported Richard Barnes has moved back to Awlraiu comity. Crab apples out at at 70 cents a bushel. Rowena sell Miss Nellie Shell of this county is taking a course in osteopathy at Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Romans of Martinsburg have moved to Colorado to live. Charlie Bledsoe is uow a sales man i n the Stern-Lanrer-Shoe clothing house in St. Louis. Rev. Ben Deering.of St. Louis, preached for Rev. W. II. Pasclm! at Groves Chapel lust Sunday. Last Thursday afternoon Bryan, the little son of Ilarry Atchison was painfully bitten on the leg by a vicious dog. Rev. J. C. Maple, a former pas tor o f Mexico Baptist church, preached at the union service in Hardin Park Sunday night. CM.AtkirK.Jn, late of this coun ty, is now located at Rampart, Alaska. He is digging gold. Is prospering and enjoys that coun try. Dr. W. F. Taylor who some time since moved from Martins burg to Columbia, is going to ...

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. — 3 August 1905

A Joke and Suckle. J. Robert llord.wcll known, we believe.in Eastern Audrain, fired a bullet into his right temple at rinrence, Mo., Inst Friday week. Death was instaneous. The deed was committed in a chicken house in the rear of Mr. llonl's plane It was a preat shock to hit wife, who when the shot was fired, was in the house prepairing to accompany him to Moberly. The only messape left by tlie un iortunatc man was Kerawled upon the top of a box. He began writing with a pencil but when the point broke off he finished his message with the sharp end of a nail. It rend as follows: Ni fiiinily troiililctiuod-tiyn to my wife iind rliililri'ii. M j tronbln la more tliuli 1 i iiiil iir TIh'sp Hi- have run ni" rray. I am hitioi i'Dl. iiHKl-liye. Iaivp ami kis . MitI mi' In heaven. Itury tiir lit Amlri w t liiipt l: i'Iii'hi r'lllin fur lioily. 1 hiuiI my wifr. Mary. to administer. ith oul 11 l ml . Itrntlirr Oild Fellow. 1 leave t hem In thy c ar. The lies to which he refers in t lie above ...

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. — 10 August 1905

Is :.tc Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG..10, 1905. NUMBER 41 HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Bom, to W. wife, a son. G Hntton'and The Farber picnic, advertised for today, was declared off. Marion Cox, Las moved back to this county from St. Charles. Mrs. Mary Hamilton and daugh ter, at Benton City, have moved to Troy. James Crockett and wife, near Champ.are at the Portland Expo sitiou. Prof. S. T. school in the Thompson. Davis has opened Hurdle district, at Miss Gertrude Dunkin takes up school in the Hedge Dale district in a short time. J. B. Jesse and B. Thompson are down "looking around." D. Brown of in Oklahoma T. J. Kleinsorge.late of Mexico, is now proprietor of the Vomnnd Hotel at Martiusburg. Thomas Hook has formed a pnrt nerthip with V. A. Sharp in the real estate business in Mexico. Vandalia uow holds union re ligious meetings at oue of her parks each Sunday evening. The veterans of the Me...

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. — 10 August 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at th Postoffic at Motlco Mo., at econd-c1ti matter. Ttrms of Nnbicription : One year 11.01 Mi Months M Three Months i! TiintsiiAY, aw. lo.im-i Sr.NAToR Stone likes buttermilk an J tint' why, lie nay, ho out hi mustache. Tin: Yellow fever situation! in the South is getting more ami more furious. Sixty new eases re puricd yesterday. liov. La Follette called John I). Uocktti ller "the greatest criminal of the age." That souuds harsh ami rocky, hut old John grins and hears it. Ski.ai.ia wants to hold a world's fair in IftJd.Oetliug ready already. It's the hundredth anniversity ot the admission of Missouri as a Slate, you'll remember. Ir anex Iiientent Governor John A. L-i-was guilty of boodlinp- in eonneetion with the Baking Pow der trust, and he confesses that he was, he ought to go to prison of course, hut if the state gives him "immunity" for his testimony against other boodlere, then the whole gang shoul...

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. — 10 August 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUG. 10,1905 f HAPPENED m HAPPENING.il Burn, to Mr. utul Duly, a son. Mrs. Edwfrd Bin, to .Mr. uml Mrj. Williams, a daughter. Ernes The County Court lar session Monday. met in regu- This office returns thanks to Philip Shire for a sack of nice eat ing apples. J. J. McCullough, the machinsit and wagon maker, lost n fine cow Sunday morning, killed by light ning. Rev. V. Deal of Laddonia and Rev. John Kerr of Montgomery City will begin a revival meeting ut Dethel church, north of Mexico, next Sunday. Dr. Jos. Mundy, evangelist, lec tured at the Court House Monday night on the subject, "There Is a Daby at Home." II e lectured Sunday afternoon, to men only, in the Court House yard. Gideou Duncan, the man who mysteriously disappeared from Mexico about a month since, who was canvassing for a tea and cof fee house here, has turned up alive and healthy in St. Louis. Joe K. Jesse, ex-Couuty Collec tor and County Administrator.has bought Robert Drowu's general merchandise...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 August 1905

'"CAUTHORN HILL." A Mexico Man Discusses Base Ball and Sabbath Desecration. Wo linve come at last tuiuaie up Agnintf. I he issue upon the Sabbath obeervanec fines! ion, and the re- .onsibilify lies just where I have oil alone feared tbnt it did with the jirofefffd I'liriwtinn eople of Mex ico and oilier pluses. When a pro fessed t'lirislinn man rotne out boldly in public print (who is "K. ). TV) and advoeatea baseball on Snndiiy and proelaims the faet t lint be tnket bis wife and children rep- ....... ... mm iy to ium rMinuay came, u is bigli time for Christian men and women t't wake up to the fact that the American Sabbath is in peril As 1 have traveled n broad and witnessed the desecration of the Sabbath day, and contrasted those biic iti countries with our own land ami that of England, nolliiug has mi impressed tne with the su 1 ci ii: ily of these English speaking natives as that of the Anglo-Saxon Sabbath as observed by Knglirtli HKii and North Americans. Noth ing ititirs so la...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 August 1905

STATE TI15T0' Mexico Missour ESSAGE. VOLUME VJ. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1905. NUMBER 42 M $ HAPPENED and HAPPENING y OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A a y 80ME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Gi5i :::::! J. C. Pilcher, who lias conduct ed a jewelry business at Vondalia for 21 years, lina bought a jewel stock at Wellsville. ry Mrs. Escue Brandon and daugh ter, Miss Fay, visited in Louisiana Thursday. Miss Mable Albright returned home with them. Wm. Freeman.colored.is serving time on the rock pile in Mexico to liquidate a fine of fifty dollars aud costs on the charge of whipping his wife. The County Court let the con tract to E. T. Smith of Mexico for furnishing coal next winter for the court hot", county jail and the poor fa" , J. N. Cross, shool commissioner of Audrain, with fifteen or twenty other persons, took examination a few days ago before State Superin tendent V. T. Carrington at Col umbia for teacher's State certifi cate. Ford Kendall, C. & A. tel...

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. — 17 August 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Enteral at tha Toftoffle at Mexico Mo., m Moond-elM matter. Terms of Subscription: One year 11.01 Six Months M Tbros) Months a THURSDAY, AUG. 17,1J0. Thompson wants a resilient phy sician. A pood opening for fnmc body. The State Hoard of Enaliza tion of taxes has increased the railroads assessment $t,000,00n. lur. C. T. Allen and family nre to move from Mexico to Vir ginia to reside. Capt. Allen is a valuable citizen and our people ore sorry, to have him leave ns. Our good friend "Green" (imitt cays: "1 will say one thing for the Mf.ss.uif., it is vastly better than it used to be, and it is no great big thing jet." Iiro. Unntt likes to speak out in meetin'. lie and the Messaoe are all right. Judge Mass in Mexico a few days ago in lecturing a eon pie of young men for jumping n train saying they wanted to go to .St. Louis to seek work, said: "There lots of folks looking for work but they are terribly afraid they'll...

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. — 17 August 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUG. 17,1905 t HAPPENtO AND HAPPENING. Win. Vivion has moved back Mexico from Arkansas. James Tanner moves from ber to Vandal ia this week. Far- Lou Vance, ont at Itowena, is afflicted with typhoid fever. Born, to Mr. and mYs. Cuius Bpurling.in Skinner neighborhood, an 8 pound girl. Riley Smith and family of Mex ico have moved to the Crooks farm, near Worcester. . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sweeney have Roue to Webb City to take charge of a telephone exchange. The MeksaoH hus a letter from D. M.Price now at Prosser.W'Hsh., which will appear in next week's print. Mrs. Warren Harper of Mexico is very ill. Her daughter, Mrs. 0. S. Brown, of Oklahoma, is at her bedside. Wm. Holmes, south of Mexico, fell from the roof of a new barn last week and was considerably bruised and hurt. Mr. Henry B. Fennewald of near Martinsburg and Miss Mary Kersting of Montgomery county were granted marriage license in Mexico Monday. J. R. Brown and T. R. Miles, druggist 8 of Farber. are to app...

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. — 17 August 1905

Mao as a Soil Robber. Ex-Governor Hoard in his ad dress at Oie White banquet in Chi cago nceutly, brought this against the farmers geuerally: That all the migration from Atlatnic to Pa cific hnd been a migration of aoil robbers, which is true; no truer, however, with regard to farmers than any oilier class of eople. The rare has hern n race of timber robbers, of coal robbers, and rob bers of every good thiug, robbers even of health. The young man man sows his wild oats; he squan ders, wastes the energies which, if conserved, would have tended im measurably to promote happincFS. lie usually dues not realize it un til it is too lute; neither does tie farmer realize what soil-robbing means until t lie soil rebels, refuses to lfl.I up its stores of fertility. The nnng man destroys his health, complains of bard luck mid the voi M being ngaiust him. The farmer who has abused his soil claims Unit the weather and sea sons have changed, or that there is something wrong with the gov ernment. ...

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. — 24 August 1905

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1905. NUMBER 43 $ HAPPENED and OR EXPECTED A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY The Wabash railroad company will bore a deep well in Mexico to supply their engines with water. A. J. Deichman, down north east of Rush Ilill tells the Mes sage that the big corn crop is now made, if it does not rain too much in the next few weeks and prevent its curing. Wallace Crossley, well remem bered in Mexico, now editor of the Daily and Weekly Star of War rensburg. Mo., drew a valuable claim in the Uintah Reservation in Utah, drawing held recently. The Mt. Carmel (colored) Bap tist Association held a meeting in Mexico last week. The association has a membership of about 3,000. They colltcted for education last year $594,53 and $300 for mis sions. John Atchison lias been down at Worcester visiting his son Ed. and family. Mr. Atchison says the Messaue correspondent tells the truth about the whippoorwills get- tine lost in 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. — 24 August 1905

THE MESSAGE Published ErtTj Thursday. t John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the rostofllc at Heilco Mo., M second -elans matter. Trrmt of Mnbscription : On year I'-01 his Montis K Three Month, 2-' TIIUKSIiAY, AUO. 24,190.1 Mexico is still waiting for that new depot. In marriage, they say, one and one make one; in divorce, one and one leaven two. Tin: city cMciiils have the au thority to stop Sunday base hall in. Mexico. Boys, they have been patient with you. 'Amend your ways mid doings," or something nmy happen. .SuMi: mouths ago, we understand, some young fellows undertook to start t lie habit of Sunday base ball at Laddonia, but the officials rend I hem the law and they have no Sunday baso boll at Laddouia. The Carnival committee for Mexico's street fair boasts that their premium list for farm pro duets will be larger thau any given in the Stale, not. excepting the State Fair. Well, that s just as it should be. Ixi-t agriculture and stuck raising in Audrain have ev ery enc...

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. — 24 August 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1905 MBAPPtWED AND HAPPENING. List your farm with Laknan & 13ARNES. For Sale. Oue good Jersey cow and calf. Inquire at O. K. Harness Shop. Born, last Friday, to Mr. and Mis. C. A. Barnes, in Mexico, a daughter. Thomas Creasy of Thompson paid the Message a pleasant call Monday. Born, last Saturday, to Mr. and Mrs. Johu Walker, of Mexico, a daughter. Do you waut a beautiful homef Theu buy a lot at Clark's Boule vard addition sale on the 30th. Mist Estelle Boatman of Mexico takes up her school duties a t Strother middle of next mouth. Two of the Mexico base ball boys have quit Sunday games and sold their ball suits and are out en tirely. Miss Edith Elliott, visiting the family of her brother here, Ii. E. Elliott, has returned to her home in London, Eugland. Mr. Frank Earsom and Miss Bertie Turner, both of near Uen tralia, were grouted marriage li cense in Mexico Monday. An all day service at Bethlehem Baptist church next Saturday (din ner ou the groun...

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. — 24 August 1905

A Worn Snake. Col. ! W. Ilnfjhes, formerly of this county, cow of Yatea Cen ter, Kansas, sends the Message the following We have an out door cellar ten feet Kquarc and 6 feet deep with a stone floor. H is kept clean and principally fur storing the daily supply r mi,k- A few do" aK about noon, on entering the celler as usual for milk, we discovered what appeared to lc a small rope about five feet long and a quarter inch in diameter, lying in an ir reguliir line across the floor. On examination, we discovered that it was alive moving mass of worms 01 larvae slowly moving across the floor. They were abont n quarter of an inch long each, clear in color, with u small black spot on the head end, nnd moved about an inch every live minutes. The column held together, round nnd complete, nt least four feet and tapered from nbont one foot at the rear end to a sharp point, leav ing a few scattered along their pathway. We were unable to dis cover where they enmefrom or how and when they formed t...

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. — 31 August 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 31, 1905. NUMBER 44 $ HAPPENED and HAPPENING A OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN ' X A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM James O'Brien, who has been very ill with typhoid fever, is get ting well. Sam Howard of Mexico an nounces that he will buy a new automobile. Miss Jane Sloss of Mexico will teach music thru the coming school year at Weatherford, Okla. L. D. Penny has Bold his inter est in the Missouri Printing Uo. of this city and last week left for Iowa where he will locate. Two colored fellows, Bill Foster and Fred Hunter, of Mexico, were fined $25 each iu the police court last week for disturbing the peace. Mrs. Win. Steffens of Mexico fell down ty flight of stairs ju, few days ageand "lias teen "confined to her rodm with a badly sprained ankle,,, . T. R. Miles of Father who re cently bought tho Racket Store in Mexico has sold the same to' his .wife.' . "Leo'Shultz of Nebraska' will have charge o...

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. — 31 August 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered lb rostofflca at Meilco Mo., at tcond-clui matter. Ttrmt of Subscription: One year H O Siv Montbl M Ture Month 2f THURSDAY, AUG. 31.1905 I i kt ready for school. "Ci.i:x hands in the offices,' t li :i t looks like the coming issue. Hardin College looks for a rec cm! breaking enrollment for the routing school year. So mote it I.e. Kun't fight Mexico, nor any other Andruiu county town. Let's all stand toother for home inter ests. Til K Old Ladies Home building in Mexico is nearly ready for oc cupancy. It was open to pnlilic lisped inn yesterday. Wei', yen, a Chautamiu would l.o just the tliinf. Let's lend nny move fur such nu institution in Mexico every encouragement. Tin; Mexico City Council de fented a proposed oidinanec imik ing Sunday hase bull illegal. Well, to say the least, we are surjirised. O r down some of the shade tries in Mexico loo niuuy o f them. If the sun gets in eclipse you have to go out ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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