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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 May 1901

IF SHAMROCK. WIJVS. S. j THK SHAMROCK I'NDKH VVIA. SAIL I'HKVIOIS TO Dl.SM Tho Ni'W York Yin tit flub lias re fiijiud to permit l-awson's Indi-petid-"ii'e to contest fur th- honor of de fending the Aiiu'ilca's cup. The point at Italic between the Huston man and the New York Yacht 1'lnb Is not ilear but It Is supposed to In Hume way re late to personal ndvei t istn. It Is be lieved that the object lun.s may be eli minated, especially as Sir Tboiiia.s 1-lp-tou, the Irish fhullriiKer. u not com liiK over on the Shannork for his health. It Is bettiK asserted by the par tisans of Mr. ljiwson that the Irish man's tea trade has almost doubled since he became a contestant for tho America's cup three years ago. Now If the international race pays Upton for his outlay in advertising, why de ii" l.awson the same privilege? The New York Yac ht Club slum d change its tactics. Suppose It persists In barr ing Lawson and the Shamrock should win? What would all American yachtsmen and the American pco...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 May 1901

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thurstliiy. John Benl, Editor nntl Proprietor. Entered nt tin1 Postoflice tit Mexico. Mo., i second-class mutter. THURSDAY, MAY 30. 11)01 Tim Supreme Court Our of the United States Colonial has sustained the nd Pollcy. ministnit ion's eolouiid policy. The opinion wns in regard to what is willed the Delimit mid Downes eases. The vote stood five to four, with powerful dissenting opinions voiced hy I'hief .lust he Fuller and others. Four Kcptibli enns and one Deinoerut were for the administration and two Dem erits and two Republicans against. The decision was that Porto Hieo was never after the ac(iiisition of that island foreign territory; that until Congress acted upon the (iiestion no duty could he collected, hut that as soon as Congress out lined a method of controlling the island's revenues that action he came binding. In other words, that congress has power under the Constitution to prescribe the man lier of collecting the revenues of the country's ins...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 May 1901

) THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY ;tO, l'JOi Happened and Happening. Corn nt Rush Mill is selling at H.'i cents. Silns Wilson feeble hcnltli. remains in very Dennis O'Cnllahaii, of Thomp son, has been iiite ill. Jewell IIod(fe, down on Littleby, in sporting u new buggy. Horn, to Louis Keirker wife, nt Rush Hill, a con. nuil Mrs. Thonins Workman, nt Hush Hill, is reported very sick. Circuit Court next week. Dock et iu this issue of the Messaok. Joseph Lupton, of this city, is on his way home from the Philip pines. Casper & Cunninghnni are the big stock buyers nt Hush Hill. The two C. C's. I Eld. R. D. Chinn, of Vnndalia, will preach the second Sunday in each month nt Rock Hill. Mrs. A. Buckliu, of this city, attended the meeting of the Order of Rebecca at Jopliu Inst week. Charles 13. Leslie, of Mende, Kansas, nnd MissLydia Thornton, of this county, have been licensed to wed. C. H. Culbertson, east of Mexi co, is completing a fiue dwelling house. Thoroly modern, it is said to be. The C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 May 1901

LA V JVC HI JVG OF THE BATTLESHIP OHIO. r '.Nfc ffeff Idfjk I Wl 1 H-om a Photograph wn m Funoco in 1681. j -aajTMEOLD 6AXJ-0N HOMEAltAD.fcss J 5'W, Iff , llV 5S IN WHICH MRSM'KINteY MS JZv&J. I t Wi.ll. W VV 3 fifetV The Illness of the wife of the presi dent very natural ly attracted the at tention of the pub lic from the event that brought about the presidential Journey namely the launching of tho magnificent battleship Ohio. The new Imple ment of sea war fare la not the first vessel of our navy to be named after the Miickrye stale. On the 22d of May, 1820, Just eighty-one yearn ngo, battleship Ohio wan llrooklyn navy yard. Some pictures the old line of launched at the It was for that day the finest war voserl of Its claa alloat. and was famous for Its perfec tion ami beauty. When ful'y ready fur teu. It carried I in guns 11ml spread ItiOOO yards of canvass. With Its falls Head It presented the handsomest hpi-ctai'le ever Keen a'loat. Our country was at peace then with all tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 May 1901

rrr-vTai I 1 X .1 w mm iCATARRH A tarn a . X ' aw a ... HEAD THROA' LUNGS STOMACH: KIDNEYS ri Afr?w 1FEMALE ORGANS! 5at o Peru dm: oa Senator Sullivan, Roach and McEnery la their good opinion of Peru na atan et teetlva catarrh remedy." WW Knutaml' rmiprr t'npiilatton. Oil Jar.Hiii) 1, lMili. tlin t ot ;t I ni"n lur df pmipiTf rcci'ivitiB n-1 if In K 1 1 ; -land mill Willis vv; 821.2SH. As the t 'ipniat Inn (if tin- two niiinirlii mrii tiiattd at Gl.HfC.t'TS. the pa'i u rs re licvi'il ii :n 1 1 n l il ii our out (.f t vri y thll! v-fight irr-on, (ir ti uf til.' pep ulatien. liiiilun city hrtirtK tlir. list In rrpinil to thv iniinbcr In roci ipt uf re lief, tho total iiinuutitliiK to IJS.Hf.n pcrnots. In VliM'.cffx tin' outdoor iaiiii nun Is .smaller than In any other union county, while the indoor paiipi'i lm Ik smaller than In thirty-fix of the forty-five t tmtit it H. Tin re Is an In crease In the number 'if Invanp pau per. Thin class has inci ea.'ed year liy year from :'n.9Ta In l...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 May 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY :K, 1!01 In The Kabrich Building. Tenns of Suhtcripfion: Otic Year ,loa SIn Month MiiTiit. M. T. Vnmlegrift ha located in St. Louis. Did ytm buy u ehameleon, and whv don't you wear itt Charles Anderson, near Kush Hill, is snid to be nfflieted with tlie smallpox. Jolin P. Davis, late of Kansas City, lias returned to this county to reside. Dave Wilson is worrying nhont a rat killing 1G young chiekens for him the other night. The United States Supreme Court holds that the Constitution does not necessarily follow the flag. A bursted pipe flooded a large quantity of goods in the store of Turner-Jaekson & Co. last Friday night. And the people up at Trenton, Mo., are excited over oil discov eries, too. Where's this thing go ing to end! Somebody has figured out that there are 13,500,000 more men than women in the world. Hurry up boys, the chances are against you. A (lennan proverb tells us that every great war leaves a country with three great armies one of inv...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 June 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUUE 6, 1901. 1 J VOLUME II. NUMBER 31 The Benton City Comet Hand made good music; here Decoration Dny. The Old Ladies' llotne in Mexi co in to be built as soon us the inonev is subscribed. The Catholic! Church house in Mexico is to have n new bell, the largest bell of any in the city. Dr. J.J. Porter, of this city, is to be one of the speakers at the big celebration at Laddonia July 4th. Wiley Wilkerson, who has been attending school at Strother, or ders his Mr.ssAfiK sent to his home at. Santa Fe. Decoration Day was generally observed in Mexico. At the cem etery addresses were made by Rev. J. J. Hicks and (Jen. D. H. Me In tyre. Governor Doekery, it seems, would be President of the United States. He says he would shove down the tariff and cut govern ment expenses one-half. Miss Callie Morris has been c lected one of the teachers in the Mexico public schools, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resigna tion of M...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 June 1901

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursdav. John Deal, Kditor uml Proprietor Entered lit till' I'ostotllee lit Mexico, Mil, as st-o nnl -"lilsK niiltl'T. TIIUKSDAY, -H'NK 0. P)(ll Is the linen which Here's follow we helieve the Some Mk.ssauk will he able Money, to tell enrh fanner of Audrain how he can make from $10 to $.")) this season, whieh lie will not make if he fail to heed the ndviee given. It is in growing that wonderful little product, the Cow Pea, the salvation of our soil, as some think. Uight now, as to this comity, is the time to plant. PI.ANTIXH WITH COWS. You are just now laving your corn liy and can easily prepare the soil. Plant lietween the rows, llon't hill the ground. Pulverize thoroly with small tooth cultivat or, making n soft, loose dirt. Can't use the disk in this work. Plant the beans (' or N inches u part, using the Muck or Whip poorwill varieties. Pse 1 , inch jilate in planter. The beans will soon be up and will make their own way without cultivation, (athcr yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 June 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JUNE 6, 1901 Happened and Happening. County Court meets next Monday. The drought has cut the straw Kerry crop. U. W. Adams in going to ex periment with the cow pea. Rev. J. W. Robbing and family have moved to Jacksonville, 111 - W. W. Darkley, cast of Mexico, in feeding 92 head of fine hogi. Thk Herald-Post, of Mokane, Mo., has closed its seveutk volume. The II. -P. in an excellent local paper. It is expected that 300 delegates will attend the 13. Y. I t Stato meeting in this city the 18-21 of this month. Mrs. L. X. Forrest, of Hardin College, will spend the summer in New York City, studying voice culture. E Bcebe, of Laddonin, will ex periment with the cow pea this year; he was here Tuesday buy ing seed. W. L. Kent is very enthusiastic over the cow pea. Says he thinks lie will plant his whole place in them this year. The Mexico City Council has an ordinance ou its passage to do a way with all wooden sidewalks by December 1, 1903. J. P. Gibbs, the Baking Powder...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 June 1901

THE MESSAGE THUHSDAY. .H'XK G, 1901 InTheKabrich Building. Ti riiin l Subxrriiition; One Vrur ?l.m. Six Mniilli Mi i-fiiti. A LETTER FROM r 4T THE PHILIPPINES. 10. I'. Khvooil is well known in Mexico mid Audrain county, lie was n member of Company L licre tlirce years ago, volunteering to help fight the Spaniards. Mr. El wood is now in tlie Philippines iiud writes the Montgomery City Stntular.l the following letter, un der date of April 4, I'.tOl. The let ter will lie read with no little in terest : Kditor Standard: In answer to an unknown correspondent from your city, inttiiriiig for informa tion regarding our possessions, I take this means of enlightening him, as well as a host of my school fellows ((Sod Mess them!), who limy desire to know something of the country. This group of islands, known as the Philippine Archipelago, ex tends from the Kipiator to ahout the 20th degree north latitude; cast and west, aliout 1" degrees. The total nuinher amounts to aliout !M)0, mid their area...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 June 1901

A- . fajLWM&$& I'P rP i fig rr MESSAGE THFHSDAY. JINK (i. I'.tiil Teachers' Institute meets iii this rity next Monday. Two sevcic storms liisscil over St. Louis Tuesday. V. J. Stuiie will make a speech at Columbia .lulv -ttli. T. F. Wodcil. the groccryhiun. is very ill of uppc ndie it is. Miss liirdie Simpson, of near huddoiiiu, i 1 i 1 the Mrss.,i. an agreeable i-jill V ' -1 f 1 ;l . The w ifc of President M.Klllle.v remains ci v ill. Only her strong vitality gives hoie fur her recovery. K'lehanl Anderson, of this it . ami Miss Mary l'ei ini r, of Co 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i . I . were married at Wcllsvillc a few tin - ago. Central Kan-a tornado Tuesdav . was iMtii t'.l I'll! 1 1 'M l.arus were wreck, d and thon-aud- of ai res of wheat destroyed. D.M. Price's many friends in this county will read wilh interest hi letter ill Hie MlSA.,r. this Week written from Missoula, Montana Prof. W. T. Curringloii. Stat.' Sllperilltelideiit of Schools, is pre- paring a plan for the leaching agric...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 June 1901

1 t f" . itaJ.lt!. In '!S juiitl -til!) tor 'JO (tlu'ti. Hfsitlt'S lusiiiK 10 old nlirep anil 'JO lainl.s, ciihli rclurns to tliitu finiii the Hock lmve Imvii $'tH.'l Mllll llf IlllS ill) sllft'l llllll llllllllS Iff t . Win. i-uii l.t-'tit this INTERESTING CASE. -A Ilaycraft vs. Grlgfsby on Second Trial. ft -a.wv 1 1 li. id X. i , Cnnkiiij Class, Ilanliii Collrtfc, Miss Allison, Te.i'!n'r. pw!. V It'-::: f V 7 (! . ;. I A. ;' : ; (. ; ;.;..v-,. 1 '7 . WAV ' IIukHii's h'itm CliisH. Jluiiliii's liiiiini- Music- l'liil'ii-ifu Tlic !fiJ.K0 ilniniinc ruse of Kv cnit llnvcraft, liy liis; m-xt trifiiil, lli iny lln.MTiit't, vn Uollic (itii;s li nuil liiiiit'M Tliomtis iiml Ollir Wfltcr, lins tifi'iipit'il lln- iittriitiini of tin- Circuit Court xincc Tucsility inorniii of tliis week. Many of our rentiers will reineinlier the ease. The parties live in the Klin He ml school district, northwest of Lntl ilimia. Kvcrnt llaycriilt claims that his teat'lier, Miss lollic (incjsliv, tiavc him an u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 June 1901

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUUE 13, 1901. NUMBER 32 Mobcrly fair July 2-. North Dakota had a snowstorm last Thursday. Tim war revenue stamp is partly to go July first. Denton City news letter too late for publication last week. Charlie West orders thoMK.ssAiiK to his nddress at Naincoki, 111. ('apt. C. T. Allen, after a pro tracted illness, isahle tola1 nrouud again. Marshall has an ordinance a gainst expectorating on the side walks. The Harrison Mutual Diiriul A soeiation, of Decatur, 111., has quit business ready for burinal itself. Miss Lizzie Whittaker, of Mar shall, Mo., has lieen elected prin cipal of the Louisiana, Mo., public sehools. Sixty head of Shorthorn cattle at Chicago the other dav sold for . 44.0IK). That's an average of $74 per head. Charlie F. Clark, of this city, was among the graduates of the Law Department of the Missouri University last week. A. F. and A. M. Officers. The Masonic lodge at Laddonia has elected...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 June 1901

. TWtr nJiFssatF: "' !;S)AY. .II-M; 1 nl 1 i -ii-.l F.vitn - Tin i rl:t . . .liilm l!"fil. I'Mitor Mini I'li'i'ii' l"!' . ri'.lai t ! m iv-t..:i;.-i' i M- v Mn.. ti-l --l:t . iiiMtti r. ill'- lilttl'l' I'lllO III ("' Itll' Ml III' Staii: l-''i""1' iliinl il will 1..' with ll.i' "iv.-i-Idleness i;.niil.of N.'w York. ,,. ,. )(.m..ri,ii,. Wiy. l;ncKiracd.who l .i-; i har-i of tin- roads roii-li iii I- Wvi.tii; W'ii.i.i vms' ini iitioii '1 with Stall' niil. i -1 1 1 -iivorin llmi. fur I'llmw room, tin nvciiirc 1. 1 have tin' Stati' aiiiiiii- a trap M isr-i m ri:i u n-fi-is a hi farm lurk iiiarr ami put tin' convicts nut less than Pin acres is thi ol Sing Sin;,' at work pf-paiing Irulh. all right, but I In- iiiitioli roail material, is il J - .lo.-su'l want no iff in this The tocliii'.r is grovviugcer v here ' respect than is fur hi-. good ainl thai tin' lalmr of I'onvii'ls oii','hl ln ,li, -. insii-rii. Thr small farm in nt ili.ed in t hi rmist rii' l ion "I' ai.il nii'i i Imi'ii cultiv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 June 1901

THE MESSAGE THFItSDAY. .1 INH 1!. I'.H'l Happened and Happening Corn is selling at ID in iMoliiio vicinity. cents out The City Council ordered more had Kuli-walki torn up tliis work. A St. Louis minister of the Epis copal Church favors pay for Sun dav school ti'ilrliiTs. Mr. W. E. Haggard ami Miss Ma Frcddey, both of their Coun ty, were iiiMit it'll Inst week. A young fnrmrr at Ivcsdale, 111., lias just fou ml his mother, from wlioni In1 was stolen wlirn liv was a lin)y. Louis Straus, of Versailles, M., lias bought ami will take charge of Saiinnbeek's Jefferson St. meat market. Mr. Thomas J. Null, a grocer of this city, ami Miss Nettie Far ly, of Centralia, were married last Saturday. The Message was mistaken last week in saying that Clay Judy was dead. It Was Philip Judy, 17 years old, son of (May Judy. That "Oil, l.y Cum!" article quoted hy the MkssauK two weeks ago from the Martiiisburg Enter prise, is going the rounds. Wiley Atkins is attending '.he summer school at Chillicothe....

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. — 13 June 1901

THE MESSAGEl TIU'KSDAY, .It'XK i: 1!)01 ' I InThoKabrich Building. ; ; - -- j Tmiix f Siihsi r!)i!iiin : tttw Vriir.. Si M.illtlis ji.iki. ..'to i-ttii Consumptives Must Go. Washington, -In in- ."i. Tul-ercu-ln-is of the lnnjrs has hccii nllicinl Iv declared liv Sure-eon (irin ial Wyinan of the Marino llispitali 'c Marry Later Now. srrvici- to l.f a "(lancions. eontu- j . pin-luii',' I i. patch discuss-,-ious disease," within tin' iiwanin , ., liv ,1...i,,n , u,,. following of tin' law excluding immigrants ...,.,,. suMVriii-: from such diseases, ami! M.my .,, UVI.V ln:m.v. ,H. ordi'i-s have liccn si'iit to all iiiinii-1 v.1t ,.,;,.;, v ,,,, Times have juration ollichils dircelin-r tin- dc 1 ,.ii.'in;reil. Tin- htinian rare is prn ).ortation ol all iniini'-ratils having, ...j,.,,, yrU .,m ,,.,, ,.,. this disease. Killed The Horse. Sissonville, V. 'a., .lime 1. A , horse lirlonnin;: to A. I Thoiiia-; was stunt, to death Monday l i I ices. Thomas went to t he lioiin- of a . relative an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 June 1901

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUUE 20, 1901. NUMBER 33 Frank Kvitns.of Iowa, broke his neck playing 'mil. The law against the slut machine went into effect Monday. Win. HIackwcll, of thus city, fell from n ladder last week anil broke his arm. I. A Crawford, of Kansas City, visited his brother, lr. M.K. Craw ford, licit' last week. !ohn Mainly, of Molino neigh borhood, returned last week from a trip down thru In ban Territory. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Pearson, of this city, invited in a few friends last Friday in celebration of their ".'id wedding anniversary. The Saling bridge, near (! W. Hatlcrtou's residence! near Slurg eon, went down last week while some stoc k was passing over it. l'rof.F.M. Patterson, principal of Yates Center, Kansas. public schools, was married last week to Miss Minnie Crosswhitc, at Stur geon . I. W. Wood, formerly of this county but now residing at McCune .Station, l'ike County, had a horse stolen from a hitching r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 June 1901

THE MESSAGE - - - TJU'lvSDAY, .1 l'.K 1!M1 l'uhlishcd Kvery Thursday, .lohii l!eal, IMitor and I'roprietor. KntiTi-'l Hi tlie Pii-t'illii'i al Mi ii ' Mil, us Kei'iiml-t'liiss main r. W'uHh comes from A Soil Washington I'il.v that Map. I'nele Sam is Ki'injjl" have a soil map that will he a wonder. It will he some thing of a kind entirely new, and will ciiahle the farmer, wherever lit is located, to determine just what crops w ill lii-iiij; him the largest re turns in money. Printed in colors, it will convey information in the clearest and most easily compre hended manlier iiiinjriiiiilili-. The map is to cover the whole of the Fnited States, and will he on such a scale that every ten-acre patch will he represented hy one eilith of an inch square. lint isii-li fanner w ill he aide to procure a chart of his ow n lieihhorhood mi a larger scale, so that he can ar range his planting in accordance with the suggestions which it con veys. The work is done hy tow n ships to start with, and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 June 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. Jt'XE '20, 1)01 Happened and Happening. TLe Southern watermelon is on t lie city market. The grand j'H'.v instill in session Tliey seem to be finding something to stir. Loriu riutikctt, of this eount.v, is in Ainigan, 1. I., a member of tin? l'ltli infantry. W.U.Bailey, of near Laddnniu. lias 20 aeres of wheat, as line as grows in this section of the state. The Ccntralia Courier has unit trying to work n type-setting ma chine nnd has gone liaek to the old method. Tho liridge over the railroad trucks near the depot in Mexico is Wing torn down. It is soon to lie replaced ly a modern steel bridge. St. Louis people now write l'JO-'l in hotel registers after their names instead of the name of their town a fad to advertise the World's Fair. Kcv. John E. Kerr, pastor of the Montgomery City and lieu ton City Presbyterian churches, preached a fine sermon Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church in this city. There will be an Epworth League institute and sub-district co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 June 1901

4 THE MESS A CE TlllHSDAY. .U NK JO, 1!iol In The Kabrich Building. Trrmx of Siibsrriptiou : line Vrnr.. . . Six Mniitlii.. 91 .CHI. . ,,..M) I'rtll. GETS TEN YEARS. Mrs. Kennedy Must Go to the Penitentiary. Kansas I'ity, Mo., lime 13.--Tlic jury wliieli heard tin- ease of Mrs. Lnla I'rinee Kennedy, elmrj; ed witli llic miinli-rof tier ImisIiiiiiiI. tumid her guilty of murder in t lit second degree this morning. Ten years is tlic sentence. Mrs. Ki'iiiicily took lier eonviet ioii witli tin' stoicism wliieli lias Iiccii ii fcnturc of tlic triiil. She was ;i 1 :i i vii t y entirely iiiimovid. Shi' wsis led Imck to lnr id I ci II without loss of time. The jur.v was unanimous for convict ion from the start. Il took Imt six luillots. The State immediately iiiiiioimi- 1 that it was irmly to liegin the trial of ('. W. I'rinee ami his sons, Will anil licit, the male memliers of the convicted woman's fainih, who arc charged with coiiiilicil. in the murder. The defense, how ever, secured a con...

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