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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 December 1899

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1899. NUMBER SIX Read About the Newspaper Offer Below! Our Circulation this Week 1,200 ! Subscribe! Shingles ! Shingles! Shingles ! gi News and Comment g J. R. Dye. is the big horse, buy er in Southern Kails County. Hugh Hoar, of Terry, had two ears of tattle, on the Chicago mar ket the other day and the cattle averaged 1210 pound au btought $0.20. Judge II. T. Spurting, of near Skinner, sold 20 head of 3 ye.tr old stcis the other day 1 1 Chirk & Householder. Me-ij-n Clark & Householder nre now feeding 180 hi ad of rattle tor the market. A Nodaw.iv s.hool teacher wa recently assessed $21 tine and costs for whipping one of his pupil -i too hard, and the Macon Times siig g 8 s that hereafter' that teachers FOik their switches in soothing syrup to ease the pa n. A. M. Pockery, says the Demo cratic party, will go before the country next year advocating the tariffs, the free coinage of silver,...

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. — 14 December 1899

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bk.u,, Kditor itnd Proprietor, Kntered nt the Postollleo nt Mexico, MO., M SIVOIld-cblKH lllilttlT. I'rrms of Siilixfriititm : One Year Six Months..., Three Month. . . . $I.OO. . 50 cents. . 25 cents THURSDAY, DEC. H, 1S.M. McKInlcy vs. Jefl'crson, Monroe and Others. Our forefathers formulated the doctrine that forbids American ex pansion beyond the limits of this continent. Our fathers were wise; they saw the possibilities of our country and the temptations that would face us. They had learned well the lessons to be drawn from the fallen empires and gov ern mentsof the past. Hence the reason for that precept we have al ways prized so highly, the "Monroe doctrine." No Eastern govern ment or monarch must touch one of these lands or adjacent territo ries of the Western Hemisphere. Hut. now what are we doinicf We still hold that doctrine, but in our lust for gain and empire we forget we refuse to allow the Orient to say that we must keep off t...

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. — 14 December 1899

THE MESSAGE L. A. Bird, Local Editor. TJIUKSDAY. DEO. 14. 1899. Ban Kendall was iu .Slater Mon day on business. Tin re ih n ta c f small pox i t St. Chai le. A colore I p -rs ui. Go lo Burks' it i on want a firs class job of tin ro Hug or gutter ing. 2t 13om, last week, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thompson who reside near Tulip, a daughter. Remember tin; Hpworth League Social Fridiy evening at the home ol Mr. pmiI Mr. K. 1$. Ni rris Mr. a id Mis. K. A. Lewtnn, of near Laddonia, made Hie Message a peasant, call Tuesday. All owing Mrs. 1 S. Derrick, in Laddonia for summer and win ter trade, please call and settle lor same. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Atchison are entertiiiiing their daughter, Mrs. Holly Witherspoon, of Law renccburg, Ky. M. 1$. Outline, of Mexico, won four prizes on Uarrcd I'lyinoulh Kock chickens at the Sedulia chick en show last week. C. C U'illard and family will move from Mexico to Quincy, 111. Mr. Willurd has been appointed chief of the transfer house of the Champion Binder and...

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. — 14 December 1899

For Accurately Adusted GLASSES Consult DR. A. C. WHITE, .Expert Optician Dll. WHITE is a gradmite ()f the let Optical College in '-he world uiid has had it great deul of experi ence in hospital work. lie uses Finest In'riiin.nts and 0iiliu!niie Apparatus, such as is used by I h leading opticians of New York, St. Louis and Chicago. Eyes exam ined FUEK. Office over Morris & Abhay't Store, East Si ie Square. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. DEC. 14. 18!)!). Subscribe for tbo Message. Read our subscription ad. offer. Bora, to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson, a sou. W. V. Zuniwa't, m ar Tulip, will move to Laddonia to reside. It will be road commissioner in stead of road overseer after Janu ary 1st. VV. II. McCue, near Molino, male the MeksUoe a pleasant call last Friday. (let your name on the Mkssa.jk subscription list. Read our offer elsewhere. liryuu and IIgg, as a Presiden tial team, don't you think they'd take the pen. Old John M. Palmer denies that be will vo'e for Uryat. Of coin Be; we expect...

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. — 21 December 1899

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. iMEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1899. NUMBER SIX Read About the Newspaper Offer! Our Circulation this Week 1,200 ! Subscribe! 8 News and Comment 8 1899 going. 1900 soon be here. Christman next Monday. The price of coil oil h s been tid vanced 35 per rent. J. J. Walker, near Rowena, is feeding a fine drove of mules -11 head which he holds for the mar ket. The race for Sheriff in thii Comity next year promises to be a merry one. There w ill be from ten lo fifteen candidates. J. W. Coakley and wife, near Rush Hill, are home from an en joyable visit to relatives in Vir ginia. The price of beef cattle keeps jumping up. A drove of Polled Aliens cattle sold in Chicago the other day at 8 cent a pound. That was an old age, 92, reached by Mrs. Harriet Howe, who died in Mexico last week. Mrs. Howe came to Audrain County from Rutland County, Vermont, in 1868. A reporter for this paper met the remains of some guzzler's sup per on one of ou...

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 December 1899

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. Jons Beat,, Editor nnd Proprietor. filtered at the Postoflice nt Mexico, Mo., n ci'oiiil-c!itsH mutter. Tiriits of Sh bur ri it ion : One Year $1.00. Six Month 50 cent. Three Month 25 cents HTTHSDAY, DEC. 21, lx!K. McKlnley, the Constitution, and the Trusts. Tlie national administration has thrown tip its hands t the trusts nnd made full ami complete sur render. The trusts say you must truckle or no funds to the campaign fund in 1!IH. Mark Hunna ignores the used-to-be proud boast of America that governments derive their just pow ers from the consent of the govern ed ami urges the conquest in the Philippines, while at the same time he can see nothing in the Declaration of Independence or the constitution of the United States that would forbid the format ion of trusts; of course not. On the other hand Mark thinks the trusts are a good thing, and he has been impudent enough to come right out and sav so. lie lias never heard of the Sherman anti-trus...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 December 1899

THE MESSAGED L. A. Bird, Loeal Editor. THURSDAY. DEC. 21, 1899. Dr. Ibtehinnn, Dentist, north side square. 3m Exnmiuo Huckner& Whitney line of 2."c articles. Miss Emma Cook, of Lnddoniu, is the guest of friends in this eity- Mrs J. (1. Hurley and Mrs. Sam uel Halei of Laddonia. are visiting in Mexico. Go to Burks' it ou want a first class job of tin routing or gutter- 2t DnckiHT & Whitney carry all the loading perfumes and sachcj powders. Send the Messaiie a year to your relative or friend, They will thank you for it. Bnrks lias the only line of home made tinware in town. Cull on him. 2t Call on Uuekner & Whitney for the leading perfumes and toilet art icles . . The MiossauK wishes its every reader and advertiser and all man kind a merry Christmas The Mexico ptiblie schools close to day and reopen the first Tues day after New Year's. Mr. Aa llolbrook and Miss Julia IteynolJ., both of this county were married lust week. Win. II. Haley, Jr., of St. Louis, and Miss Cora Jes...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 December 1899

For Accurately Adusted CLASSES Consult DR. A. C. WHITE, Expert Optician DR. WHITE is a graduate of the beat Optical College in the world and has had a great deal of experi ence in hospital work. He uses Finest Instruments and Opthalmic Apparatus, such as is used by the leading opticians of New York, St. Lonis and Chicago. Eyes exam ined free. Office over Morrii & Abbay's Store, East Side Square. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1899. Howard Evans, a promini-nt cit izen el' near Sturgeon, died sud denly la-st Thursday from heart failure. The Sodulia churches hare unit ed in a fight against the demon strong drink. Chance for Mexico on this score too. The case of Prof. A. E. Ouerne vs. Prf. John W. Million, of Har din College, wi 1 come up in court at Fulton in May next. J.N. Berry, of Texas, has brought suit against Asbury & Carr, a stock firm of this county, lor balance on a 1300 note. Having a trial with the Bmsllnox near Mt. Carmel, this county. E ght ease reported near there...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 December 1899

souri Message. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1899. NUMBER EIGHT. VOLUME 1. Read About the Nevsj3aper Offer! Our Circulation This Week 1,200 ! Subscribe! Mexico & News and Comment Saline county candidates arc al ready announcing tlicir desires for office tliru tlie colnnms of the pa nels. Mrs. Phebc Slotlcr and son, (ienrge, of near Luddonia, made the Mi:ss.;r. family a substantial call last Friday. It is thought that Audrain will not lie in a hurry to set the date for the Democratic primary. A late primary seems to lie the idea. Thecountry paid another heavy price for foreign compiest in the death of so conspicuous an officer as ( . Lawtoii. Audrain has a total of -F'!.'!,bV) acres of land, and the assessed valuation of the same is $.i,4(il, 410. The County's personal prop erty is assessed at $2,778,()oO You should read Senator Hoar on the Birthright of Freedom in another column of the Mkssauk. It will tend to make your blood boil in sympathy for the Filip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 December 1899

THE MESS AC A Published Every Thin-winy. JOHN BeaL, Editor nnd Proprietor. Kntered at tlio Pontuffice at Mexico, Mo., ah Mvoml-cliiHN matter. Terms of Subscription : One Yer $1.00. Six Months 50 cents. Three Month 25 cents THURSDAY, DEC 2S, 1,h!. Qi'ixrr .Tajiks of nenr h'usli Hil will ho in the field for Sheriff. James is n clever, whole-souled fellow, thoroly honest, nnd no doubt, would make a most eflieient oflieer. A Mamma saloonkeeper can't dip out the drinks fast enough. Sa.VH he could find market for lift v enrs of American heer per week "Benevolent assimilation," don' yer know. Sknatou Tim.jiax thinks that nt the present time the Scnatr would vote down the Declaration of Independence and the Ten Com mandments if a resolution embody ing them were offered liv n Dem ocrat. Thkkk have been over .'1,0(K) killed, wounded and missing A mer ican soldiery in the Philippine war up to the present. Only one item in the cost of "benevolent assimi lation," but do you call it a small one? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 December 1899

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. DEC. 28. 1899 Born, Dee. 2'ld to Mr. and Mrs. 12. M. Savfi-8 of Laddoniii, a son. V. J. Crowand J. D. Pitta of l- Hr berare in Mexico today on businc-;". Homer Ailing of L id Ion a, is again one of the sabsnien in the ''Globe" clothing store. Vaugn Crawfoul, of Mexico, now tins u nice i nying position with the A'lam-t Express Company ut Jop lui. Dr. M. E. Craw lord has the care of Lou Win e, of Molino, just, in from Oklahoma, who is ill of fever. W. S. IJrown, of Clinton, mid Mi le tie Sim-,ei;ht m If nor h cst of Mexico, were married Tu sla niglit. E. E. Join s, at pre-i lent of the Mexico School Hoard, is a t nd ng the State meeting of sih ol bourns in Be ioii at Jefl'er.on Cty. Onr Martiiishur corr spnnd-ji.i tel 8 f i lie u cid- ntal killing by the iars of'St nbeu Walliur, aged 85, in that, town last Monday, John Sims, of Mexico, has late ly been investing in zinc and lcid liuidi in Cunideii County. Th in vestment is biingin him gaol in oiii.'v iihvadv. L. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 December 1899

For Accurately Adjusted GLASSES .Consult. , C. WHITE,) f xiort 0;'iic:Gi' ln't, Ojihcil - ! in li" ivui i! an. I li.tt li:nl .1 ejiv.it 'it'.ii ill X I I euci' i'l linsiitiil Wulli. II.' li I'inest I n-d rumen I s ami liiilmii' Aijiirntiifi, miicIi ih it iim il li l lie leading optician of Xew York, Si. Louis himI Chicago. Kvm ex.nr.- ill'll FKKK. Office over Morris & Abbny's Stum, Mast Side Siju.irc. MESSAGE TllUKSDAY. DKC 2H. 1 !!. THE BIRTHRIGHT if ff OF FREEDOM Washington. D. ('., Dec -0. .Senator Hoar of Massachusetts to day introduced (In- following; reso lution in the Senate: "Whereas, The Ameriean jieojile ntul the several States in the ln ion have in times past, at inipor tant periods in their history, espe cially when declaring I heir inde pendence, establishing their Con stitution or iindertakiii;,' new and t,rret responsiliilities, seen lit to declare the purposes for which the nation or State was founded, and the important ohjecls the people intend to pursue in thei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 January 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1900. NUMBER 9 If you Receive This Paper as a Sample Copy, Don't Fear, We are Only Kindly Asking You to Subscribe. $1,00 per Yr j News and Comment $ (iood words for tin- Mkssauk come in from every section of the county. Xovvisthe time to sult-serihe. A. S. Houston thinks that Kldon railroad will surely lc built soon mid that Mexico is certain to profit thereby. Prof. French Strother and wife are now in Virginia. Frightened out of tin; Indian Territory by the Smallpox. Watch your poultry thi weather and keep the hens warm. The etf'-Ts will lie helping you furnish the groceries soon. Champ Clark is after the paper trust. Clark has always been a friend of the country newspapers; he lias heen an editor himself. Paris is still strugtrlin against the smallpox epidemic. But the conditions are becoming favorahle for a speedy rdief from the disease A man over in Callaway County butchered a hog the other da...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 January 1900

It THE MESSAGE PnbliiOicd Every Tlnirsiluy. John Heal, Editor nnd Proprietor. Entered at the Poslollice at Mexico, Mo., ah Bei'onil-elflHH matter. Tmus of Stthscriitioii : One Year Six Months Three Month . . , . . . $l.nu. , . 50 cents. . 25 rents THURSDAY, JAN. 4. VMM. AS TO JINGOES AND OTIIFRS. It was Ainerienn jinyoea who in fluenced the ndiniiiistiuitioii to the stupidity precipitating the war in the Phillippines. There is a lesson for patriotic Americans as well as for the jingoes in a close study of this situation, and the lesson is du plicated ly another to 1e gleaned from the struggle now waging in South Africa. The American jin goes will have their own full way, most likely, as to the Filipinos, hiit the English jingoes as regards South Africa may not lit; so fortu- -nate. The South African war is beginning to overshadw everything else in Europe, and the English seem very likely to be defeated. Dr. Darth, of Berlin, a friend both of England and America, points out that (ier...

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 January 1900

THE MESSAGE TIlt'KSDAY. JAN. 4. 1900. Dr. lhichnuin, Dentist, north ide square, ihn Nam Howard, of the "Fix It," lias licen very sick. Homer ISnssford of SI. Louis is tin- proud fat lift' of a new son, liorn on New Year's day. Win. StefVins, (lie hardware mer chant, lias moved here from Vnu dalia, He is opening out his stock this .week. ltcv.A. E. IJureh and W. lMJil.l. have been conducting a revival meeting at the Flyut sehoolhouse near (iant. Fire destrove'l the residence on the A. C. Moore farm, live miles northwest of this city, last Satur day night. The city council has declared wai on the had sidewalks of this city. "Locking the door licfore any oth er horses are stolen." Miss Stella Steele of Laddonia visited friends in this city first ol the week. She goes to make hci home with her brother at C'arnii, 111. Kid. V. II. Hook," of Mexico, has entered upon his fifth year in pastor of the Christian church at Macedonia, 6 miles north of Stur geon. (ieorge W. lirudy and Miss Iol li...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 January 1900

V. L. Kowi.ks, Vice-I'ri's. FARMERS' MUTUAL Fire and Lightning In surance Co. -OF- MCX1C0 MISSOURI. ASSKTS: Premium Notes $ Jt 48 50 ("ash a IS20 M Total ....$ 35 39 '8 We furnish you (jowl I'iie Insurance nt half the usual cost. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JAN. 4. l'KMi Now write it 1900 To (Sov. Stephens ami the extra session: Don't. And lie didn't. The MessauK cherishes no ill will or bitterness toward any one. Lif. is too brief. William King, a farmer njjed .".", near Sturgeon, fell dead in his feed lot one morning last week. Don't let the debate upon th bcgiumiitf of the new century In carried into the new century. Some folks net as tho they think that all those who have money have the right to rob the public nnd do as they please. Yes, all Mexico congratulates Marshall upon securing the Home for tht! Feeble Minded, We'll now be after something else. The Republican Party, Imperial ists, Trusts &( 'o.aredeteriniiidd that this country shall adopt the milita ry standard of Kurope. T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 January 1900

M Message SSOURI ti VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1QOO. NUMBER 11 -wrn tat If you Receive This Paper as a Sample Copy, Don't Fear, We are Only Kindly Asking You to Subscribe. $1 OO nfir Yr i i - - y u J JL v - . -. ;,vv -V-v' -?" ' r n New;., uric! cowh;ci:L J (Mil our nu i li .rowing ui mi ijtioii li.st. Ti lt-' enough, si iih- pecj 1 nil. al ways up (in I lining oili i- peopl". T; e Ml-: Aoi; is 'or Mt.-xi and Audrain d imly li.st; !h- world at tt rvwmis. On;- rea-on ",t n s lo lie lson-c-t,'' it t hu' there lc-s competi tion along I lint :in.'. A dispatch ev i few days Fait tlic war in 111' l'li1 ipinos is incr, but it i.-n'l (hit. Miunwliiio wo must all go on !i- king w.ir samps. A Mis-Ollii hole by llr' liU'lll' ol' Mi. til in.iiiiidii man mined Cay. A naughty i xt -liange sogges's ill..! us slic is )ii (i-iic-.-ivc tin' offspring will liki'ly be bricks- , lau.es Jones, resisting aired at Vaiitlaliii mi 1 with t In t-iits shutt ing oil Lis revol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 January 1900

THE MESSACE Published Every Thurmluy. JoHSjiVilKdKor Dd Proprietor. Knterod at tli'o rHtiifflee ut Mexico, ;V.M(,iM seeonil-clais mnttcr. Terms of Subscription: One Yc r . ...... Six Month..... Thrte Month.., $1.00. . , .50 cent. .. ,25 centi THURSDAY, JAN. 11. 10(H). Tun Mexico ministers believe thnt the Bible should be rend in th public schools There in a re vival of this idea all over the State- How C. F. Clark, for State Sen ntor; seems to be Ruining friends daily. The people admire a man who dares to come out suurely for what he want. Clark has never deceived his constituents in this county nnd will continue the plain, outspoken man that he is in the future. Mks. Ku.is, a sister of Oliver Sehreincr, is out in an impassioned address urging that the English are waging war in Africa because of the oppression bv the Boers of the colored race. and she further says tw it, iu n wnr for the Lord of Hosts. Poor deluded woman! If we understand it, the English are spilling their blood in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 January 1900

mi -.p f-'i TlIl'USDAV. .IAIn. 1 1. r.i'N.. Dr. HaeLinun, i 1 SqUatT'. L nth.t north Mill Circuit I ottrl open day next Moii Till' Ml--.-;.'iK plea-ed the cily candidates this week with sonic nice card p-.'inl in'. Tlir infant child (if Mr. : n i i .Mr.. Win. Cn asy.noi thuvsi of t hi-cily, died ln.-t Friday. dames II- Siiiiiiiniis is .-ullViiii from a fall mi one or "iir sidewalk The bono of his ankle is a li'.'cleil. Mrs- M it t llarri.ipii. a-.d 'Jli. tin; wife !' it iris"'i'MUs ; 1 1 1 I w 1 1 -li.-dn farmer innr .Auxvasv-. died litst Sunday Mrs- Mary Ann Tanner, ii','ed died Tuesday nt 1 he homo nl' her daughter, Airs I'hil Oiti.-i no, Try . ncer Santa IV. Til'' l'eiv,ll llirctil.;- at ti:l' Il.t'- tisl i-linnli closed la.-t Siindtv niu'ht There were nvi'i' seventy , iiddiliuiis In tin' chuivh A revival nieciiii-i was commen ced at tin' Southern Met hodi-d clinrrli last niht. Tin- pm-tor li'i'V. Ilanna. will do the pr-'ai-liinu- Tin- funeral of .ludoy -I. K. Koss took place i'r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 January 1900

W. I.. I-owi.i Vicr-l'res. FARMERS' MUTUAL Fire and Lightning In surance Co. -OI'- MEXICO MISSOURI. ASSl'.TS: Premium Nulcs. . . . Cash To I a I ..$ .,2 4SS 50 2 10 OB ..$ 35 3l") ' We furnish you go-id l ire Insiiram-i: nt half llio usual cnM. THURSDAY. .IAX. 11, WOO MUST LIE IN JAIL. Ed Spencer's Case to Ee Acted on by the Grjnd Jury. E I Sp' iicci-. charged with I In killin. of Nighl w.u chiiiim I'm-11 Kl dliMiiiiii nt Viiinlnli-i mi Christmas dav, liiicl his pi climin iry trial 1 1 . otlur 'lay ami was n mau led to (lie Mexico jail without li.nl to await the net ion of the grund jnrv. ItodgoiM ninl Mclntyr' i'iirt'Hftit the State ami limits and Cull 11 the defo.iie. The Vandal a Leader givc-i John AikinV ti Htiinony in the prelimina ry tria', which was a follows: '"1 saw Kiill 'iiiuu with a gnu in his hand and hour! him It'll Speneci not to come at Mm with that knife. Sexton h.nl Spem or pu-hetl hack against tin- well. I told Spencer to give Hie the knife. He Haiil he h.id none ...

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