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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 August 1905

I t THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUQ. 31, 1D05 tt HAPPENED AND HAPrENING.fi Hardin College opens Sept. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Quiseuberry are very ill. Mrs. L. M. Uendrix, who Las been quite ill, is better. Migs Nina Cox at Benton City is afflicted with typhoid fever. Walter Williams, editor of the Columbia Herald, has typhoid fever. Born, on the 18th, inst., to Mr. and Mrs. Lcgan Pickering of Mex ico, a 12-pound daughter. Wilson Bros., ou Bean Creek, are moving their saw mill over to a site in Ralls county, near Perry. Everett Dunkin.on Bean Creek, will leave soon for Washington State where he has accepted a fine business position. Moberly at preseut has nine au tomobiles, and by this ' time next year, says the Monitor, expects to have thirty or forty more. Founder's Day at Hardin Col lege will be observed on Monday, September 19. Dr. J. T. Proctor, a returned missionary from China, will deliver the address. Miss Sadie Devauey, of near Rush Hill, has a position as sten ographer in a busines...

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. — 31 August 1905

I t Recollection. of Genial Bill Nye TV GmJ Hnmeruft Df lata. in.!. Dmui4 f tk ! erte Flcu Prtaa at Fmi Mtaen BUM by LW By MARSHALL P. WILDER ff 'T ' (mx," t, M.rk.M r. M'mtnmlli Cmfsp, N one respect en tertainers closely rotioniblo riron.ru- - j rrs they Brent ly rn- ,Tj Jr listening to too creator monilKTs of tliolr own profession. Consequently I nev er lost a rlinnco to listen to Hill Nye, nnil I worsliln the Ta memory of liim ns lio - sturdy nul per.-lstent iiiunorisi or f coou n mirt Hint lie never M.irAnll P. Wilder. wM t"'lp l'in liu murium, no matter li i u ; i u tr -ii I.-i I tlie surrounding. Al tlmnIi lie unv hundred end tlioininnils ( f disinri's of IiIkIdk other men bo that the lmrt would Inst forever, l,e ('.r.'i i'.l every one of tliem nnd tniuii'l'Kl tliem so Imrd that they never ihitvil hliow their faces OKnln. lie wns nil i,i.i-tle i'f the tiolili'Il Itulo, whl'll lie ex.'inlililbil In liliusclf, so there ww er vas n Mintf ill hi J.ltort ; gen tip roll I, ry was th...

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. — 7 September 1905

Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1905. NUMBER 45 Mexico HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Azdell nnd son, Berry, of near Worcester, visited Mr. and Mrs. Caleb- Ber ry in Mexico last week. The Mexico Electric Light Co. has installed a new 500 horse power engine. The company is getting ready for sure and satisfactory ser vice. Ex-Mayor V. K. Potts and wife of Mexico celebrated the 52nd an niversary of their marriage last Friday. A few friends and neigh bors were invited in and a sumptu ous dinner was partaken of. The sixth annual reunion of the surviving officers and soldiers of the 8th Mo. Cav., M. S. M., will be held in Mexico next Wednesday and Thursday. The call is signed by Albert II. Austin, secretary, aud J. W. Stigall, president. Chnuncy Bishoff, of Mexico, was overcome by the heat on his way home to dinuer, last Thursday, and was picked up by passers-by in a fainting spell. ...

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. — 7 September 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. - . LI ."BB!MHBBqp- Si John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entfrrd t tli PontofBc at Mexico Mo., as Mcood-ctasi natter. Trrmt of Subscription t Ont year 11.01 tMX Months M Three Monthi 21 THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1905 Mi:xi(i needs more hitching rack room. Y(r will find tho street fir j.tt iiiitiiiiii list in the Mkss.vjk this week. l.wi, the fellow who would steal n whip or laprobt, or anything t lsi'.f I'om the hitching raek lot. Ir it keeps on, n goodly portion of the population of Fort Collins, Colo , will he from Mexico, Mo. Munkay was Labor Day. Hut folks are not expected to work on labor iliv. How do J on mnke that jil'C. And the ladies have written Judge Kendall a congratulatory letter. Now let the auto stand from under. Law enforcement is all right. It is sniil that since the lid has beeu put on in St. Louis the diminution of casualties nud alcoholic eases at the city hospital has almost left the internes bereft of practice on Sundays and Monday...

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. — 7 September 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1905 ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Miss Niua Cos of Rush Hill reported quite ill. is Born, on Sept. 2, to U. C. Eu bank and wife, of lligbee, a son. Miss Grace Hawkins of Mexico will teach near Clark this winter. Clint lea Dilliard aud family have moved to Fort Collius, Colorado. Oscar Barrioger aud family have moved to Fort Collins, Colo., to reside. Mrs. Susan II. Martiu died at her home southeast of Mexico last Monday. E. F. Ketter will resume his studies at the State University next week. Wallace Fry of Mexico will at tend Colorado University thiu the coming year. C. L. Phillips of Mexico, who is in very bad health, left for Fort Collins, Colorado, this week. The infant sou of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Deardorf was buried at Benton City last Thursday. E. T. Williams and J. II. Mos ier and families of Mexico have moved to Fort Collins, Colo., to reside. Ed. Crooks is in Kansas City buying stock. He will farm the W. L. Kent place, ueor Worcester, next year. Mr...

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. — 7 September 1905

KENDALL IRRESISTIBLE. The Ladies Write Him a Congratu latory Letter He geto Back at the Intelligencer and Ledger. Let us ronftidt-r the propene ities, viiii specially the perils, of the motor car, aa the newspapers pet them forth. The Monday papers art- lit for this purpooe because of the lunthni inclination of the mti t woik exlr hard on Sun d.iy. WY ihid seven nuto notes on the first Mjfe of the New York Tim for Aniift 13. A li; "" tor (mi t in rxitig five nieu killed a l.lili (imileiier on Jerome avenue and ran iiwhv. Auother ran down n futiiitr" whrou on the Atlantic City boulevard in New Jersey, in juring evci(il persons and iiNo fled. Another struck a delivery wh'oii near Elizabeth (New Jer sey); six hurt. Another tipped ovi-r near Newark, New Jersey; our hurt. Another seared a hnr; nt Nfirrnj(annftt ; one broken arm. (i.i noway, of Montclair.sues Hyde for dnmaces because Hyde's unto seared Sallow-ay's horse. lint it seeiua Hyde stopped the ear, and tSiilliiway cot hurt in an ...

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. — 14 September 1905

ssouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1905. NUMBER 46 Ml M HAPPENED AND HAPPENING.fi 0. A. L?wis aud family moved back to Mexico fro 21 farm north of town. have their Miss Minnie Mclntyre opened school in th e Cedar Grove dis trict south of Mexico, last week. Sam Swan, colored, fell from n scaffold at the Southern Bank in Mexico and sustained a broken rib. Eld. J, D. Greer of Laddonia is conducting a revival meeting at Iioydsville Christian church in Callaway county. Newton Dull of Santa Fe has ap plied for a pateut on a device of hii iuveutiou for opening and clos ing heavy farm gates. Miss Estellc Boatman of Mexico is ouc of the teachers in the Stro ther school, Monroe couuty. The school opened last Monday. S. 0. Graham, east part of Au drain, lost his large barn by light ing about ten days ago. Losts, $700; insured for $300. Prof. McEutree of Webb City, Mo.,will be in charge of the manual training department of the Mex ico public school ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 September 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at th Pottofllc tt Meitco Mo., m ioond-elu nttur. Terms of Subscription: One rear 11.01 hi i Montbl M Tire Months 21 TM'HSOAY.SEPT. 14, 1905 Tin: nnti automobile agitation is Mill a bilin". A n i Pnlmoro explained failed Id apologize. Illlt (irt (lit- roads in good condition, ere llir winter months come on. Tin4 fanners will use the corn knife and fodder machines this Tall, sis tin- liny erni is short . Ii'i mi Kill is a rushing place, ull i i n 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 ha more than two per sons who "live across the track." Arrange fur more hitching rucks in Mexico and arrauge some of thor-e that are ho that they will he Ice filthy. Audrain farmers are Retting ready for fall plowing. The lute heavy ruins will lie a great help in the work. L.U'Iminia is wrestling with the mloon (iiestion. We . understand that the city council is a tie. I!ut the people'll settle it. When one man can command an income of $.", 000,000 a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 September 1905

THE MESSAGE TPIURSDAY.SEl'T. 14, iy05 The Rlicet )l'Og-e88. paving work is 111 Win. Fitzpati ick.nt the home or Uco. A. Lewis in Mexico, is sick. very Miss Margaret Potts will attend William Woods College at Pulton tliis winter. The fire limits of the city have been extended further south on Jefferson Street. J. B. Dotkin will erect ft fine livery bnrn on Jefferson street, south of the railroad. It will be of brick. Eld. "Tip" has moved back to Mexico to live. "Just couldn't slay away," he say. Well, we are glad to welcome him. Mips Lura linker of Mexico has been grauted a five-years' teachers' certificate by State Supei intcudeiit of Schools W. T. Carrington. The rainfall in this section of Missouri within the last week has been over six inches. The heav iest was lust Saturday and Satur day night. Mrs. J. A. Qullahcr of this city has been quite ill for about two weeks. Iler sister, Mrs. W. Wil son, of Kansas City, has been at her oedside. The annual meeting of the Au drain County C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 September 1905

CIRCUIT COURT. September and October Term 144 Casts. First Dat Mokdat, Septem per 18. Io the matter of T. II. (Geo.) Marshall, trnstee of Nancy New kirk. In the matter of M. 13. Guthrie,' Assignment, C. F. Clark, Assignee. In the matter of J. A. Gools l.B.v, Alignment E. A. Shannon, Aetiignec In the matter !of Alice O. Mac furlflue, Executrix Est. G. B. Mac farlane. Michael Donnelly vs. Isaac Rub er t. Second Day Tcesdat, Skitem heb 10 J. J. Dick va. V. P. Carter, Est. .1. J. Dick vs. M'. V. Hodges. T. U. Duncan, adm. vs. Mut. lcs. Fund Life Ass'n. Willard Palmer vs. Chicago & Alton Ky. Co. et al. Silas Mitchell est b y E. A. Shannon, adra. vs. Chicago & Al ton Ky Co. J. I). Pratt, et al vs. Chicago & Alton Ky. Co. C. Marburg vs. Chicago & Al ton Ky. Co. Tiiiiti) Day Wehn esday, Sep tember 20. Frankford Exch. Bauk vs. W. E. Wright. D. P. Moore, adin. va. Joe. E. Jesse. V. 1$. Curry vs. A. M. EaFou. Geo. Robertson, Ajip'l vs. J. T. Kennett Kesp. Mollie K. Grubb vs. (....

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 September 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905. NUMBER 47 ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. j Ben Stevens is J. P. Palis is the new P mail carrier at Thompson. in Marshall. 11. D. Mrs. Maggie Bishop who has been spending the summer in and near Stanton, Va., has returned to her home near Santa Fe. Fate Spnrlock.of Farber, was in Mexico on business Thursday. Judge S. M. Edwards and Miss Bailie Lakenan will each build handsome residences in Wadding- ham park in Mexicoiwork to com mence soon. Miss Carrie Jesse.at Thompson will be a student at Hardin College this winter. Mike Brandon, of Martinsburg. was in Mexico on business oue'day last week. Earnest GrifTie, an employe nt the post office at Columbia, sicken ed and died, with typhoid fever, last week. lis was a brother of Mrs. Ed. Rodkouse of Mexico and has relatives at Thompson. Miss Mildred Whitney will at tend a school of expression in Bos ton thru the coining year. Edward Tomlinson will move...

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. — 21 September 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor EnUrcd at th Pot to in c at Mexico Mo., a teeond-elMi matter. Terms of One year , Sli Montis Three Months.... Subscription: ,.11.01 ....tt .:.-:--j-H-t-;-H"i-i"i"i":-H-:-f:-:-H-t"HK-:-:- kx-m-h-hhh- H poem for Coday i r !j! -H-H-H-W-;--!" H-M-H-t-M-i-l-l-I-H-H-I-I-H-H-H THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1005 So.mi: of the farmers report corn down mid rotting in the field. W. J. Bryan is the greatest i American and best Democrat of tht'in all. CUSTER'S LAST CHARGE By Frederick Whlttaker ( KX Kit A L fll'.nnct-; AlEMRTnONG CT'BTKH, V. B. A., -ns killt-tl In iKittln with ImltanB nt IJttle 11 Horn, Motit., Jtiiir k5. 170, n r-latrl In thin nplrltcil pm-m. The flM, In whd r Cuxti r rrnlfj In tho masmuro of the inilr" Imii'l ntimtn'rinif 277 offl'wni and mm, mnmlxri of tlm B vcnlh 1'nHi-fl Htatns rnvalry, whkh regiment the fitimt r major non' ral of Vihint T thon commanded, with thn fiink of Id tilenant colonel In tho regular arm. T...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 September 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY.SEPT. 21, 1905 It. E. French hus Louis. moved to St. Hathaway & Son will rebuild but not likely ou the old location. Miss Annie Weatherford at Lad donia i iufferinz from lung; trou ble. Miss Nina Cox nt is reported very ill fever. Uentou City with typhoid Lonuie Rynamnn of Olney, Lin coln county, will attend the Mexico schools this winter. ' Henry Marshall has gone to El Dorado Springs. We trust his health will bo much improved, Mitchell White has been chosen captain of Company F, N. G. M. in Mexico, W. G.IIutton resigned. lion. J. A. Potts of Mexico is to be one of the judges in the hone show in St. Louis next month. Etnmett Cunningham and wife left lust week for Paduca, Ky., where they will be located for a time. Circuit Court convened Monday. There are 144 cases to dispose of and Court will be iu session eight een days. Rev W. II. Paschall of Mexico was transferred by the late Meth odist conference back to St. Louis conference- Mrs M. L. Jones made a trip...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 September 1905

King Edward and Fun In England " Are tee- Lint Ckaa r Wm aerial Ttc ! Creel kWrUla's SearetILkr. Creke AWrea CUh y MARSHALL P. WILDER tnn " ! V tnwt," , Mmnhtll UUI4t. f.rrrtiU, , , , v tf'mtmsllt CMi r ir an kiui; were Bi competent tin the tenlnl end iactful Rrutlcma .who recently ascend a uie.Britisli tlin.no It would J.o a tlinnk lw Job lo start new republic nny -urre. I'r-rsoiially bae tmnir irrounil for tlila opinion, for I had the tplensiiro or meeting hln mnj wty many time while lie wn l'rlnro Mmn.Il P. VTJJ. of Wnlp. ""1 tlicao meeting were duo ciitirely to Ills klndnew o-f'nntiire nml Rrncnilly were of his own Initiative. I Omi t IninKlno ho knew It, hut the I'linre of Wales onco lifted me out o ns uiicmiifortnlilo n fix ns I ever c Jnlo In I union. The Ancient nnd lion oral.le nrlillery. IIoBton's swell mill t.irv owmlzntlon, visited KiiKlnnd I . IV.HJ i,h Kiients of tho AiiclentM nn llmioralileH of Iximlon, who entertain ed them haiidHotnely oud Iind them prp kpiikm o jut...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 October 1905

Missouri Message VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1905 NUMBER 49 Mexico Mnmm and happening. i E. V. Bishop has moved from Luddouia vicinity. Jeff WiBe ttold two mule colts to a Callaway county inau for $173. Leon Ilerlinger, of Mt. Carmel, is attending tbe State Uuiversity. Miss Mary Barney, of Mt. Car mel, is altendiug school iu Mexico. Mn. (.limits (iii pi nttr is Ume from St. Louis improved in health. (juincy James and family have moved from Mexico to Rush Hill. Miss Mary Potts of Mexico is at tending school at Monticello Sem inary. James Clark at Thompson is getting out coal at the R. L. Da vis bank. The King's Daughters State con vention will be held in Mexico No vember 7. John A. Guthrie, Jr., left this we k to resume his studies at Wil liam Jewell Collge. Mrs. F. Claggett and family have returned to Mexico to reside from Colfax) Wash. The little daughter of A. J. Middletown, southeast ot Farber, fell from a buggy and broke her arm. J. E. Lewis, n...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 October 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thnrwlay. John Heal. Editor and Proprietor Entered t tb IVMtofllca it Meilco Mo., m second -el mi matter. Ttrmt of Subscription: Oh few li.oi Sli Monti m Throe Month 2f THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1905 "Look plpusaut" be lcnsnnt, and it tuny help your health. Them are eoiue people who do not have to he advised against the .in of overwork. Any children in Mexico out of Fchool in violation of the compul sory educational Jawf s Senator V. J. Stone endorses the "lid." Law enforcement, of course he endorses it. The farmers want more and litt ler places to hitch their teams when they come to Mexico. The Fulton Gazette calls Mexico a "jay" town. Nothing smart about that! Mexico is as good a town as Fulton any day. Sign your name to every coiiimu iiieat.on addressed to a newspaper intended for publication. It makes the article stronger and it shows bravery on your part. The small towns in Missouri are appointing the city marshal as tru ant ollieer, to sec that parents and ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 October 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1905 Mexico street fair opens next Monday. Hoy Key and wife will move to New Mexico Jo reside. Audrain formers nre doing a great deal of fall plowing. Henry Meyers lias begun work on repairing the City Hall. C. P. Hush, northwest of Mex ico, is makiug sorghum molasses. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wrighter of lieutou City, n son. Jamea Dickerson and Joseph Muuson, of Howena, are building new barns. IYof. Basil brewer left here last week for Chicago where lie will at tend school. Miss Lillie Erismati of 13cutou City is studying in a business col lege in St. Louis. Kussel Davis, of near Farber, who has been very ill of fever, is reported some better. Miss Minerva Johnson of Mex ico is atteuding a school of expres sion in Boston, Mass. VV. II. Deal of Ladddouia, father of the Message editor, is at the home of his son here confined to his bed by illiness. It is rumored in railroad circles that the C. & A. is to come into possession of the new Burlington c...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 October 1905

CRITICISES FOLK. The Brewers Think Their Illegal Businei Should Not Be Dis turbed i ii.-. ..u. O, htii. 27 At liii. h .ii... tmi.gucl i.f the llirw master's Association of the Uuited States, now in session here, Presi dent KJward Wagner of St. Louis created a sensation by strongly critiziug Governor Folk of Mis souri. President Wagner referred to Governor Folk's policy with re Crd to temperance and law en liircc ment. saving his actions placed heavy burdens aud restric tion on the brewiug industry f Missouri. He alluded to the fact that the brewing interests, ac cord inn to statistics, pay upwards of $")(i,(KKl,(X)0 annually in taxa tion in this country, and said that while he gave Mr. Folk credit for L .... - I ' A - 1 . ihiihmv oi luieni anu action in m crusade, he questioned the right and wisdom of such radical meas- nres as has been ldnflicted ou the brewing interests in his State. Considerable criticism of Mr. Wagners 's remarks was indulged in by those present, the feeling pre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 October 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 12,1905 NUMBER 50 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Circuit Court adjourned lust Saturday. Audrain furiners nre putting in considerable wheat this fall. K. II. Holmes, out near Champ, is drilling for living water on his faim. Dennis Moore of Mexico is a student at Washington Uuiversity in St. Louis. W. II. Johnson, of Youngs Creek neighborhood, is up in Montana buying sheep. John Potts has located at San Antonia, Texas. He will engage in the sheep business. E. L. Tuepker aud wife, of near Mexico, are visiting their old home iu St. Charles county. JJr. L'j. is. buaw or Mexico is taking an advanced course in vet erinary surgery in Chicago. Duncan & Myers, the real estate meu, have a showy display ot farm products in their window. Miss Liillie Uurdaer, ot near Mexico, who has been in St. Louis for a number of mouths, has re turned home. u. i. Adicr or otauntou, ill., is seeing our street fair and visiting bi...

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

THE MESSAGE pul.lml.rM F.vry ThnnxUv toliTi I'l-iil. IMitor and Proprietor Enured tt th rottofflc at Mrilco Mo., ki Moond-clMtmsttrr. Ttrmt of Subscription: Om itkt 11. a Sit Months M Thrwi Montbl j THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1903 The old gettlcr'1 reunion today. Stand by the county and State officials in law enforcement. Comity politics beginning to nix. tie a little for next year's cam paign. The A. 11. T. A. State meeting !a to be held in Mexico uext Wed nesday and Thursday. The old settlers to the atrcet fair are registering at a booth on the north side of the public square. If you have bean in the county thirty years, we that your name is writ tun there. Our sinter city of Louisiana hue suffered the affliction of three street fairs this full. The up-hill-work French Oliver.tbe evangelist, must have had to win 40 0 converts amidst such surroundings as that! L!ov. Folk is right in enforcing obedience to the Sunday laws niul the good people of all parties or with him; the Democratic pnrlj...

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