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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 May 1902

ST ) Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1902. NUMBER 00 The New Education By JESSIE LLEWELLYN, D.iiftiltr ! EfOortrnor Llewellyn. .1 Ian. of Chicago, I,eland Stanford and the Kansas Agricultural college are the best equipped scchools in the United States in this respect with the exception of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Although many eastern colleges for women offer such courses, they are much neglected. The necessity for the study of housekeeping as a science may be appreciated upon the statistical statement that one-half of the women in America are married. KLKVKN MILLION ARK TIIK1R OWN IK USKKK.KPK.RS and over a million arc in domestic service. It is said by women most prominent in the new movement that a gen eral education is essential to thoroughly comprehend a course in do mestic science. The charge that has been made against our women that ihey are indifferent housekeepers is said to be due to the fact that s...

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. — 29 May 1902

f THE MESS RGB THURSDAY. MAY :!!, 1902 Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Kiitercil ut tin? l'dxlullli'i' at Mci Mo., us sci'iiml-rluss matter. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For Congress Champ Ci.aiik. Nepresentative Km ui:s Ci. v. Comity Clerk K. II. Cautkk. Circuit Clerk Viu, II. MmMtis. Collector Al.ttKUT llAIMiWnN. I'rolinte Judge NV. W. lions. Necorder S. K. Kkndai.i.. Pros. Att'y II. L. Duku-.y. Sheriff liiiNcv .Tamks. Trensurei V. II. Ti hm'.h. Coroner W. V. Mackahi.ank. Presiding Judge J. K. Sims. Judge Wes. Iist. J.mi:s Lkvvk. Judge Ens. Dist Jamks IIkatox. To The Poor House. No more impressive object les son could be given than one seen on our streets on last Friday when Clint). W. Nidgeway was loaded in to a wngon nnd taken out to the county farm. Once u popular gentleman, doing n good business, with a devoted wife nnd lovely children in n happy home, he be came nddicted to the liipior habit which in due time carried him down to degradation. About a year...

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. — 29 May 1902

THE MESSAGE TIU'lJSDAY, MAY J!i, I'M).' S HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Tim public school clones tomor row. Lorn, to Mr. mill Mrs. Price (iulhrie, a daughter. The city council is nioviti"; to build that north side sewer. Tlii! i'ity council tin'i'ts in special session June lift to consider t lit sidewalk ordidaiiLT. Ns. Myi r ami T. H. Duncan have formed a partnership in the real estate business. The curfew mid saloon closing ordinances have had two readings before the citv council. T. T. Turley will represent the Mexico (i. A. Ii. Post in the .'Kith Nat ional Eiicainpnieii t . Mrs. John Duty, of this city, is critically ill not expected to re cover. Her disease is consump tion. K. C. Jladly. of Kansas City, will move his family to Mexico. He will have a position with the State Leader. C. L. Bruce, near Skinner, has sold his '240 aero farm at $40 per acre. Francis I'ntton, of Pontine, 111., is the buyer. The Southern Methodist Confer ence, at Dallas placed the ban upon the circus. Also es...

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. — 29 May 1902

r it.; THE MESS MCE THURSDAY, MAY 'J'.), I!nr2 In The Kabrich Building! Terms of Subscription: Ono Year Six Month Tlirri' .Month. AN EDITOR'S TKOUBLUS.! Defends Himself In a Di vorce Suit. A very unusual assertion of editorial personality is furnished by tin Montrose, Iowa, Journal. Montrose is n quaint little town of' nbout N00 inhabitants situated at ; the head of the DesMoines rapids of j the Mississippi river. It is one of! the. oldest towns in that, section, a frontier army post having been es tablished there early in the Hits. ; and traders having located there; before tint. At one time it was a great trading and lumber inami- faeturing point, but its glory has passed and only memories of its former importance remain. (J. Ii. C-liugimin, an oild genius, has been publishing the newspaper there for several vcars. Not long ago his wife sued for divorce. On the trial of the ease ('linginau en tered no defense anil the dion-c was granted. Hut ('liuginuii got his side of the ease be...

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. — 5 June 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1902. NUMBER 31 T to i "Hell with the Indians, as savages they cannot be civilired. If you change them in the least, look out for your scalp." So says the frontiennan. My words arc not for this man. He docs not justify all that is in civilization. The In dian is human ; if cheated, wronged and misused, he will justly resent it, the same as the white man. 1 deny that the Indian is more of a savage than the white man. I denv that the scalping- i Blockades Indian Civilization By DR. CARLOS MONTEZUMA, X An Indian Phyaicla Practicing It Cklc.f s. NO INVESTIGATION. Mob's Victim Goes to the Potter's Field. knife and the tomahawk are more significant of great savagery than the sword and Catling gun of the pale face. Can the Indian produce such destructive and cruel implements of warfare as the monstrous cannon and that death-dealing explosive, the Lyddite? Yet this same man will use every means to influ...

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 June 1902

1 THE MESSAGE , , THURSDAY. .11' XK l!i(2 Pullishp(l Every Thui'silny. John Uonl, Editor tnul Proprietor KntiTi'd lit the PiiHtiitllce at Mivi.'n. Mil, n KiTonil-i'luuM matter. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For Congress C'llAMI' (.'l.AlfK. Ki'jx'cHcntativc li mimes Ci.ay. County Clerk E. II. Caktkk. Circuit I'lork Vn,i. II. Mokkis. Collect or Al.llKHT II AUHISIiN. Probate Judge V. W. Mutts. Recorder 8. E. Kkxpaix. Pros. Att'y II. L. Micklkv. Sheriff Qiinvy James. Trensurci VV. II. TruMMi. Coronet V. W. Macfaui.am.. PresiditifT Judge J. E. Sims. Judge Wes. Diet. Ja.mks Lewis. Judge Ens. Dist Ja.mks IIkaton. The Curfew. The City Council of Mexico raised an importitut issue when it proposed a curfew ordinance. We think there is hut one side to the question, and that is in favor of the ordinunee. But there are those who oppose and say it is paternnlisni. Well, let it lie pa ternalism. There- is n good deal of paternalism scattered around any way, and in most eases it is a pretty good thing. He...

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 June 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE ", 1902 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Dr. J. J. Porter uud family moved to Joplin this week. Dr. II. P. Iluchmnu moves his family to Decatur, III., this week. 1.11. Morau that he is Charles. writs the Mkssauk prospering at St. To our correspondents: Please send in your items us early in the week as possible. A two and three-quarter iueh foil of ruin visited this section Sunday morning. Plenty of wa ter now. tleorge Kubrich, this city, bought :t0,(MI0 pounds of wool lust week at Loddonio and Perry. Frank House, lately located at Higginsville, whose parents reside in this city, now gets the Mf.ssauk at Oiuoha, Xeb. At Kansas City James MeMillan while drunk struck his wife over the head with the baby's high chair und killed her. L. H. IJurnett, of this city, is training a fine sorrel mare for Iowa parties, bought of John Dye of Monroe county for $.'100. There was n cloudburst at Joliet, 111., Tuesday morning, causing the death of three persons and in calcuublu ...

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. — 5 June 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .IL'NK ", l!t()2 In The Kabrich Building Trrnt of Nitbsrription : Oan lrur l.m Six Mont In. mi Tlirri- Mimtli Some time ago the Toledo Hindi' snid: Tin; 1 1 1 1 1 1 of liiiviiiK one laifre, ct'iitrnl school in em-li town ship, properly graded , with wngons to eollect. the children in the morn ing mid return them to their home in the evening, is very popular in northeastern Ohio, and in theeat. The schools are far better, the pu pils learn faster, and can lie given n better edwat.on than in any oth er way. The cost is not so great as the district school system, after the central building is erected; and sale of the old school lots and buildings will meet a large part of its cost. The pupils are better cared for; it does not take so many teachers, and better ones can be employed. All progressive townships should adopt it. Our sympathy goes out to the boy of tender years who is forced to wear hot shoes and stockings through the summer to satisfy the pride of a par...

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. — 12 June 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1902. NUMBER 32 i Europe Turning to America for Methods irv Musical Education By DR. F- ZIECFEliO, President Chisago VIusleal College. Thirty-five years' experience as an edu cator leads mo to tlio boliof tliat in America it is possible not only to become thorough ly grounded in the rudiments of the musical (f ' "T 11 I :" nut to become proticicnt in me mosi i jfafyf advanced phases of it. There was a time ica were a by-word with foreign artists. That this sentiment has changed to a re markable degree I have had many oppor tunities of perceiving. Having for many years past paid an annual visit to F.uropc, I have nuticvd that Kuroi nan instructors and artists and the broad minded representative citizens of different I'.liropean countries have been exhibiting a growing tendency to ap preciate the educational systems and methods in use in the United States. It is quite true that it is only a compa...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 June 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .11 'NK 12. 102 Published Kvcry Thursday, John lit'iil, Kditor mid Proprietor KutiTi'il lit tin? I'nstntllcc at Mexico. Mil., lift SCCIIIIll-clllS IlllltlCI'. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For Congress t'liAMi- Ci.aiik. Heprcsentative UinuiKs Ci.ay. County Clerk F,. II. C.xhti:k. Circuit Clerk Win. II. .Mourns. Collector Ai.itr.KT IIakuishn. Probate Judge W. W. Hons. Kecorder S. K. Kkndai.i.. Pros. Att'y II. L. Hhki.kv. Sheriff (irixcv Ja.mks. Treasure! W. 11. Tuknku. Coroner W. W. Mackaki.ank. Presiding Judge .1. K. Sims. Judge Wes. Dist. Ja.mks Lewis. Judge Kits. Dist Ja.mks 1 1 i.aii n . Hky.xn, thru his Commoner. urg es Koosevolt to prosecute the trusts. TlIK saloons must now close nt 12 o'clock at night nnd keep closed till 4. Mk.ii' i youngsters lire now old ig ed to report at home ly !l o'clock every night. liAKKXAN and HarncH arc doing a good part, in bringing new com ers into our county. Ki. Itn.TKK didn't want, justice maybe that is why he wanted his boodle ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 June 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, Jl'NK 1. 1'tOJ g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Mrs. Laura Steele has been ttite Hick for n week past. Teachers' Institute meets in Mexico next Monday. The roof on the new M.K.Oiuivli, South, building is on. Mrs. Paulina Robinson, of this city, has been seriously sick. It. H. McL'iitchcn, of near Santa Fe, has moved to Tcmpe, Arizona, to reside. l'rof. It. V. Thompson, of this city, has been elected instructor in chemistry for the School of Mines at Holla. I'rof. Basil Brewer, who served us principal of the Bush Hill school hist term, will teach at lfol lu next winter. The top price for cattle broke the record in Kansas City last week. There were sales at $7.(i0 per hundred weight. John Kiley, colored, was arrest ed this week for shoot ing at ( ieorge Dickson, also colored, and was sent to jail to await trial. Lakeuaii &Burncs as agents yes terday sold for Henry llirth his TJO acru farm near Bush Hill to Iowa for per acre. The little daughter, Kvungeline, of Mrs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 June 1902

1- THE MESSAGE In The Kabrlch Building Terms of Xtibsciitjlioit: Oyp Yrar tt.ui Sit Month .mi ThriM Month!) THURSDAY, JUNK 12. PJO-J Railroads and Mortality. Kimtok Mkssaiik: I eni'lose n cli ppinjr from one of MarsliuU'ii daily piipi'i-s. The article is licinl-i-d, "Disgraced tin; day. Tin-Sal-liath day spent in carousal and driuikcnni'ss. Marsliall cnnli-ili-ntesto it. Shooting, t'i 1 1 1 i n tr, anil ii wearing wiw tin pmcratn." The question in tin- niind ot tin? writer is can n Christian ever pat ronize these disgraceful Sunday ex cursions, and can a respectable man or woninn associate himself with such gangs of toughs? What is true of the .Marshall excursion is true to u greater or less degree of all Sunday excursions. Parents seeking trouMe can find no surer way than to permit or encourage their children to take in these Sunday frolics. The item from the Marshall paper is ns follows: The excursion to Jefferson City Sunday was a disgrace to any civ ilized country. Shooting, cut...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 June 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1902. NUMBER 03 THE BLiflCK BOTTliE Af4D WIPE BEflTIftG By CLARENCE W. JVIEAD. HE KILLED HAWKINS. Columbia is tired of base ball on Sunday. (Ynlraliu will hold a big celebra tion on the Fourth. LEE ON BRYAN. BOONE'S CREED. THE SABBATH. t's Money and Health to Ob serve the Day. Editor Rural World: When tint A Ccntralia Murder Tried at Columbia. Did Not Compare Him to the Redeemer. A Letter of the Great Plo nccr Unearthed. pSD AM not a "temperance crank, but after my many years' experience as magistrate in the New York police courts I Rive it as inv opfnion that LIQUOR IS TIIK GREATEST CURSE OF MANKIND. There arc seven police courts in the borough of Manhattan. TAKE RUM AWAY, AND I AM CER TAIN THAT TWO COURTS WILL BE SUF FICIENT TO DO ALL THE WORK. With no liquor there would be no wife beat ing and ii') cruelty to little children. Get to the bottom of these fiendish offenses and you find the blac...

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. — 19 June 1902

'I 'i r ri: ( I THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, .11" XK 1!, 1 ioi Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor mid I'rorit'tor. Entered at tlu Postnnicc lit Mexico, Mo., a Kct'tiinl-clitss mutter. A wii k deafer up lit Maryville got. the disehnrge of a shotgun in his lody. Anothkh help tin- drouth brought us lust summer it kilh'd off thi' rats. Tuk county teachers urc with us. Tlioy nri' enjoying thetnse 1 ves, while lit the snine time hard work is the program. Tin: farmers of Audrain never had any more to he thankful for than right now mi tiliutidnut wheat harvest is just on, the oat crop is just ns heavy, while the corn and other crops are dooming luirdly expresses it. THk Chicago teamsters struck against the packers of det f and, having public sympathy with them, gained an increase of wages. The same public pays the conse quent increused price of deef and gives the packers an additional ex cuse for raising prices. CoM'.mhia churches are out nf ter the Sunday base ball players. A dispatch fr...

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. — 19 June 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, .U'N'K lit. l'lirj . 5i HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g WehstiT Davis is cute in New York. going to lo- Missouri litis lln biggest wheat crop this season in the history of the Stat.-. Miss Lizzie I Si-rkt lias been nom inated by tin1 Democrats for treas urer of Cedar county. Mr. .1. W. (iallaher and Miss Itma Smith, doth of Yaudalia, have been licensed to wed. Hev. J. W. r.olin, of Mt. Ster ling, Ind., preached at the Mexico Uaptist Church last Sunday. Little (trace Toalson fell off a porch last Sunday and broke her arm, also dislocating theelhow. District Deputy A. Hughes or ganized a catnp of the Modern Woodman at Jackson school house last Saturday night. The trial of A. Duff, accused of murdering his wife at Yandalia about, a year since, lias been post poned till the next term of court. The East Lake Fishing Club have leased more land and will en large the C. & A. lake, east of town, and will restock it with thousands of fish Considerable sourses is said to ha...

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. — 19 June 1902

r i I ..-.'- v. 4 Tir MESSAGE InTheKabrich Building THURSDAY, .ll'XK I'.Mtt Tvrm of NnhxrriiitiiiH : Viw Year l.m Nit Months .VI Three Munilm MEXICO. Miss Multcl llntliiiwiiy is a stii-l ilciit lit the Cliiciitro 1'iiivi-rsil v i this MiimiHT. We have tin1 Atnlrnin tciclicis , represent our nest citizenship uiul of course. Mexico is iihvnvs I'lml to i luive them meet with us. Miss Kiithcrinc Ciilhiwny is home from Lynchburg, Vn., where she hats been attending school. Mrs. l'ortcr (jrcgory gave lier Siiiuhiy seliool class a ilay in the woods lust Fridiiy . It was a de lightful time for the little people. The Indies of the M. K. Chim-h. South, will put il new pipe organ in the new chureli when it is nuii pleted. Work on the building is progressing nicely. Win. Willinghuin has been en gaged by the uicrehalits to spiiiikle the streets this summer whenever the ruin clouds refusi Have him that trouble. tt ! ni-iieil : Mis. Lull -bines has ret from a visit to her father iforuia. in Cil The...

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. — 26 June 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1902. NUMBER 04 t ; YOUR DUTY to HOME LESS CHILDREN By RUDOLiPH GUCCENHEIIVmf?, Ex-President of the JVIunieipol Council of flui York. I speak of N'ew York particularly, because I know conditions here, but what 1 say applies equally to other cities. The great major ity of the wealths people of this city, though in their home relations they are full of love and sympathy, LI VK IX CRIMINAL IGNOR ANCE OF Till'. HIDF.Ol'S TRUTH that in this city at the present moment there are more than 3,000 homeless boys. .now think over that fact a own comfortable condition 3,000 That means 3.000 little fellows who lion in sickness, or even a friend's against starvation. These children the future. Society should help all homeless It is our duty to establish, as we have done, some kind of lodging houses for them. Hut the influence of such houses is deleterious rather than beneficial and they should be managed in s...

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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. — 26 June 1902

3 '- r. '8 It v: . 1 THE MESSAGE Published F.very Thursday. John Beal, Ktlitor ami Proprietor, Entered nt tin1 Postoflicc at M" vioi. Mo., iin sccond-clns maltc r. THURSDAY. .ll'XK 2C. 1!M2 The Democruts unci Ex pansion. Ilos. D. A. ! Armon.l of Mis souri, whom thousands of good Democrats in this State, in-xt to Chninp Clark, would like to s- made n United States Senator, de livered a (treat speech in Congress n few days ago in oiiosition to re taining the Philippine Islands. Mr. Di Ariiioiid K remarks, it is said, were taken as final utteranei of the Deinoeratie position on tin vexed ipiestion of the I'lnlippines mid received the closest attention from both sides of the House. The speaker summed up the at titude of his party on the much discussed question of imperialism and expansion when he said: "The Democratic nart.v is not opposed to expansion founded up on American principles. Fxpan sion is ono thing; colonial etnpiri another. The Deinoeratie party is anxious to see the countr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 June 1902

THE MESSAGE TIll'USDAY, Jl'NK W1 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Frank (loss, lit (iuthrie Okla lioinu, died Inst week from u pi der'a bite. Call on J. T. I'ottsut the South ern l?nnk for u catalog of tin; State Fair. Dr. F. M. Sliousli, the osteo path, lias moved to the north side of the sipiare. Byron Burton at Laddonia sold his Ml) acre farm to V. H. Llew ellen for .t2,."(K). The .!oe ltoyd farm, .KM acres, was sold this week to an Illinois man for 1 "(,240. The Kins Daughters are work ing to seeure that building for the Old Ladies' Home. The old settlers are talking of a big reunion and barbecue to lie held in this city this fall. Klmcr Cunningham sold Loeke & Atkinson .'! head of cattle in St. Louis for $7. . the fat (ieorge Kller, living south of town, has just recovered from a severe attack of appendicitis. K. I-1. Elliott, the Thompson blacksmith, says they keep him busy these times with his hammer. Mrs. Mattie Hradley claims 1."0 damages from the city for alleged personal injur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 June 1902

THEiMESSACE Grand iisdmS mtmmmmmmmmmammmmrm!tmt ilmi mil iB.naa ia.1 iia m.ia i 'nwnwsnwimnnpipmsMnnnI BUSINESS MENS AS3M cheap L.,ch,aP ccoi. Mexico, Mo. L" 7 T !?ny ,Wetor' Liberal Inducements to F&ctoi io!.-, : ao Trains (Juport per day. v to Locata Here. r Flnost Flra Clay Deposit jj Sy , ln United State. J, JMSL ' JEFFERSON 0''X Mfy I-1!'',' -tv ----1'jlJ. . . - In The Kabrlch ummer Building earing: Sale! Taunt of Kiibnti-iiitlcii : (t)n Vimr . i, fcl Month.. hrq Month!", :; We intend to make this the greatest special sale of our history. DON'T ASK US WHY. We have the goods, you wnn't them, You got the money, we want it, TIIUIiSDAY, JUXB V, wn MISSOURI FAIRS see." Wfc NUSl HAVt YUUK 1WAUU. J: ' -- ,f... 7i i '' - -' J ... r Secretary of Agriculture Compiles the List. Columbia, Juno 10. (Jcoa'c I! lull, aeereliiry of the .Missouri State Hoard of Airriuiiltmv, l..-.liiy gave out tlio complete list of 1.it-s of Missouri fairs. m received liv the board. The list follows: Albany...

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