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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 July 1903

" ITAIS HISTORICAL 0O MESSAGE. OURI VOLUME IV. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 16,1903. NUMBER 37 CO- HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Edward Button has returned to Mexico from Montana. - The two months old child of Mart Syler died at Laddouia last week of whooping cough. , Master Reuben Frost of this city was finite severely injured in the leg by a toy pistol one day last week. ' ' Tl.. U.nnnrva Ti.lnlr Kit 1 11 i 11 rr ill this city is to be remodeled. A corner entrunce will be one of the improvements. . 4 David ('I.t. lit r, formerly a e.ili-i zen'of Mexico, died near, St. Charles last week. The body was brought here for interment. L. A. Couaway, of riutchison, Kails county, and Miss Amy Mcliaith, of. Cedar Falls, Iowa, were united iu marriage at the Tucker Hotel in this city last Thursday, Judge W. W. Botts officiating... ' A crazy man at the Mexico rail road depot, brought from Warren county the other day, and being taken to Fulton, broke away from his guards...

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. — 16 July 1903

r.'exico Missouri Message JOHN BKAL. Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI Bome men achieve vacations. Others nave leaves of absence thrust upon . them. It's all day with the British stomach now that the American quick lunch has Invaded London. A man In Baltimore makes a good living by tattooing dogs. He could make a fortune in Newport. Boston Is to provide a special street car late at night for drunken teen. This looks like rank favoritism.- The Missouri mule never goes ort on a strike. When he strikes it Is generally the other fellow that gos out. Lions are so brave that some of them will go fearlessly into a cage with a lady Hon tamer clad In spangles. Dr. Ratnsford says "the middle classes are the best citizens." Ex tremes are seldom safe or to be de pended upon. Once more a horse, by bolting at a scarlet motor car, demonstrates the equine danger of looking on the auto when it is red. A Chicago man after having been "Joshed" for eight years shot a hole through his "josher." Down with unlim...

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. — 16 July 1903

V Sold Ne8' roes to the Some Sensational Testimony is Introduced at tH Investigation in Alabama Montgomery, Ala.: The case 6f the United States vs. Fletcher Turner, -charged with holding Glennle Helms, a negro, In condition of peonage, waa continued Wednesday and iom very sensational testimony was brought out, telling how Helms was sold into slavery. The sensation of the day was the testimony of J. F. Dunbar, formerly night marshal of Ooodwater, hut now a policeman of Columbus, Ga. He testified he arrested several ne groes, and after trial carried them to Dadevlllo, tied together with ropes. He thought he could sell them to bet ter profit there. He saw Turner, and Turner aald: "What are they worth?" He aald: "Fifty dollars." "I don't want them; too much," aald Turner. Then I said: "Forty-six." He again said: "No; too much," but said he would give me $40. I accepted, and tie gave mo a check. "He talked to the negroes, came Chinese Oppose Opi uum Measure Object of tHe Proposed Law Is ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 July 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at th Postofflce at Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. JULY 1G, 1903 The Honest Voter. The honest and patriotic voters nf Missouri ore aroused at this time more than ever before in the history of the State. Things have not been goinfr right. There has bppn too much vote buying and vote selling. The honest voter has been takiuz too little interest in the primaries of Missouri in re cent years. And upon this the wnrat kind of riner Dolitics has been built up, in both parties, and tliA worst men have been allowed to get into the offices. The honest voter is np iu arms and he is going' to take a more de termined hand in politics from this time on. lie is against all selfish maniDulators and 'de gang" and "the boys." This situation is not ominous to the hopes of the State Democracy. ' It is only a better ray. Democrat ic officials are prosecuting the boodlers, Democrats and Republi cans alike. The...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 July 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 1C, 1903 R HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. & Born, to D. S. Wilson, Jr., and wife, on the 12th inst., a son. Charlie Bledsoe has a position with a clothing? firm in St, Louis. There is an advertised letter for A. M. Crow at the Mexico - postoffice. - A fine rain fell in this section last Saturday. Very helpful to the young corn, Mrs. Wrn. Clark of Vandalia is not dead as the papers last week announced. Glad to say she is very much alive, is well and hap- py- . J. D. Pratt, blacksmith of this , city, earned $20.20 in his shop " last Saturday and cave the re ceipts to Bethel church, south of Mexico. - Frank Hudson, on the Henry Ilirth farm near Rush Hill, last week cut two tons of timothy and clover to the acre. A good farm to do that. Peter Mundy at Laddonia, a very aged man, became unbal anced in mind a few days ago and it is thought he may have to be taken to the asylum. ' John Coons of Laddonia, in very bad health for several years, comes up this way for med...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 July 1903

I Missouri PACKINQ PLANT DE8TR0YE0. "St. Joseph Branch 8wept by Flames, Resulting In Total Destruction. 8L Joseph, Mo.: The main building of tha Hammond packing plant was destroyed by fire 8unday evening. The loss ta estimated aa high as$l,GOO,000 ' nlirely covered by insurance. For a time the entire stock yards district was threatened. By hard work the Nelson Morris plant. 300 feet north -of the Hammond plant, was saved, and this saved the Swift plant, which Is to tha north of the Nelson Morris build ing. The Are started a little after S o'clock. By 9 o'clock most of the bund ing was gone. The greater danger was .at o'clock, when part of the north wall fell and the fierce flames were aliot toward the Nelson Morris build tag. Though the dense smoke was blown against the big buildings, the work of the Bremen saved the build ing. The carcasses of 4.500 hogs. 1,80 cattle and 800 sheep were burned. Nearly 100.000 pounds of oleo were de stroyed. The contents of the smoke house were consu...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 July 1903

: SM 1 1 w "V- V i 7 -si - is Mrs. Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells how she was cured of backache, dizziness, painful and irregular periods by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Gratitude compels me to acknowl edge the great' merit of your Vege table Compound. I have suffered for four years with irregular and painful menstruation, also dizziness, pains in the back and lower limbs, and fitful deep. I dreaded the time to come which would only mean Buffering" to me. Six ' bottles of' Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vesretable Compound brought me health and happiness in a few short months, and was worth more than months nnder the doctor's care, which reaWy did not benefit me t all. I feel like another person now, Mr aches and pains have left me. 1 am satisfied there Is no medicine so good for sick woman as your Vege table Compound, and I advocate it to my lady friends in need of medical help. "Mrs. B. A. Blakcbabb, 423 Broad St., Nashville, Tenn. $6000 for fiH If trlflml fmovt Irttf proo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 July 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1003 I . I . . . ' i.ij! .. . ,' .. J I Termt of Nubscripfion: Ona year..... tl.m Six Month SO Three Month 25 DmID MOSES USE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BT TOM BKNTON. COPYRIGHT 1WO BT NOAH 8. JOUXSTO. roTorrici5: routs- S, laddosia, mo. Ciup. Xv. Christian Edlta TION. We Lave eecu that the University was founded ly tiau men. Its presidents been men who feared God earlv earB the school was State In daily opened with prayer and students were required to answer the roll at chapel exercises. The churches were eager to enlist the students in religious work and worship. March lo, 185C, the Baptists of Boone county desiring to found a school for giil.-, organized a stock coin pau3 each share of one hundred dollars entitling the holder to one vote for curators. The following stock was taken at the first meet ing: Moss Frewitt, $300; Eli M. Bass, $500; David II. Hickman, $300; James Harris, $300; R. 0. Branham, $300; Wm. T. Hick man, $200; Jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 July 1903

Miss M EXIGO our: ESS AG VOLUME IV. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1903. NUMBER 38 -1 it t i t i V t ( HAPPENED and HAPPENING. SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A FRONTIERSMAN CODE. Sanders Found Bee Tree on Another Man's Land and Claimed It. Misses Hattie and Came Ken nan Lave returned from Hot Springs. Harry Cole has returned to Mexico from Braymer; is engaged as day clerk at the Ringo. Dr. A. C. White has resold the Mrsl Herron resideuce on East Jackson street to Edgar Threlkeld. The body of George Sanders, dead from his fight with 13. P. Mayes, wasburied at Salt River church. ' - Rev. T. P. Middletou of Cen ' traliaand Rev. Lcwelleh of Aux vasse are holding' a revival meet ing at Tulip. Been looking for him the first man who would bring an automo bile to Mexico. Sam Howard's the man, and he has the machine. The Enterprise - mentions the marriage recently of Frances E Cook.formerly of Martiusburg.and Miss Birdie C. White of Elgin, 111. Father Coffey,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 July 1903

f.Icxico Missouri Message JOHN DEAL, Publisher. MEXICO MIS80URI Of two evils, don't choose both. 1 It's alt off. foot this time. Llpton has a rabbit's A city .that is set upon a bill cannot be drowned out by a flood. The colleges are making our prom inent citizens nappy by degrees. A genuine sympathetic strike when the clock strikes the hour to quit The man who knows nothing Is usually the one who insists on tell ing it. Never kiss a girl by mistake. At leant don't let her know that It was a mistake. A Beta Theta PI convention is com ing. This must be the father of all the breakfast foods. Don't envy John D. Rockefeller. He Jias a stomach that refuses to digest anything he likes to eat. The publisher of "Who's Who In Servla" Is working day and night to get his new edition ready. The Countess of Yarmouth appears to be giving her earl enough money to keep him quiet anyway. . ' The man who thinks stocks can't go any lower is generally able to de molish hla theory by buying some. r The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 July 1903

-Prisoners Shot In Their ' : Cells By Govboy Mob "Two Murders Who Had Were the Cheyenne,- Wyo.: At Basin,' the -county seat of Big Horn County, early Sunday morning, J. P. Walters and .James Gorman, murderers, who had been sentenced to death, but who had "been granted respites pending the bearing of the case in the Supreme Court, -were shot to death by a mob of ' "25 cowboys, Deputy Sheriff C. B. Price was killed, aad Deputy Sheriff George S. Mead wounded. , The lynchers rode Into town on liorses and, before demanding the murderers, fired a volley of shots through the doors and windows of the . jail. Price and Mead weretttlng In the Sheriff's office in the dark, and both feir at the first fire. The mob 'battered down the doors, but could ' not open tbe cellhouae. Gorman and "Walters were In, cells facing the en- -trance, however, and it was an easy matter to fill them full of lead. Wal lers died Instantly, but Gorman lived :flve hours. Nearly a week ago the authorities got word that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 July 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered t th rostofflce at Mnxleo, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. JULY 23, 1903 'Get iti the band-wagon." 'This is the people's movement. The Farber Forum 'Honest Joe Folk." calls him The sentiment in favor of rock roads is growing a pace. Buy real estate in Audrain, will never be as cheap again. It It is patriotism and not patron age that interests the honest voter. H. C. Crews is one of the most enthusiastic Folk men in the couu ty. The people don't like no, not n little bit Sam Cook's claim for "honorable" boodling. The Message generally speaks its mind on public questions and we find that suits most of the hon est people too. Two boys at Plattsburg died lust week of lockjaw caused by hurts from toy pistols on the Fourth. The toy pistol is a dangerous iron and needs suppressing just a little. Some of the little fellows put it this way whoever is opposed to Cook for Governor is a Republi can. How do sc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 July 1903

THE: MESSAGE THURSDAY, ' JULY 23, 1903 H HAPPENED AND HAPPENING.?, Wm Coleman keeps a restaurant at Rush Hill. Corn is selling at bushel at Rush Hill. 40 cents a Puttling down the paving brick will begin around the square next week. John Gregory has bought the J. R. Luckie residence in South Mexico. Rev. E. C. Ralls of Eldon, Mo., lectured on temperance in Mexico last Friday night. Miss Helen Cross is taking a course of drawing aud vocal mn 8 ic in the Chicago University. The ladies of the Christian Church at Rush Hill a few days ago made $30 with au ice cream supper. E. A. Hicks through his mother Mrs. J. B. Berry, orders the Message to his address at Green wood, Miss, ing for a large place. Mr. Hicks is work book firm at that If the Democrats of the State want honest politics and ' a clean record the only safe thing to do is to take the opposite di rection from the pointings of the machine guide-board. Kansas City, Kansas, is threat eued with an epidemic of typhoid fever,, a legac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 July 1903

I FUNERAL 0' 1 :::: . . 2JL : I ft f ; M ! .Mwrnib- w ; ill , The scene pictured is the funeral procession of Pope Plus IX, passing down the grand staircase of the "Vatican on Its way to St. Peter's, where the retiming are placed In a sarcophagus and sealed up In a wall. WOULD TAKE NO CHANCES. Alay Irwin Thought Life of Cook Too Valuable to Rik. May Irwin has a colored cook of the kind usually referred to by mistresses as "a Jewel." Not long ago "mammy" -was taken ill and Miss Irwin sensibly decided that the patient would be bet ter off in a hospital than elsewhere. ' The cook recovered In fine shape and was about to return to her kitchen, when the doctors decided that a slight operation was advisable. "Mammy" did not like this prospect, but left It to "Miss May." The latter listened -carefully to what the doctors had to nay, and then gave this decision, much 'to the patient's delight: "No. She's -too good a cook. I can't take any Thances." And that same afternoon "mammy" once more ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 July 1903

0""' 'Fibroid Tumors Cured Note the result" of Mrs. 'Pankhaitfs advice and medicine. ' Home time Ajjo I wrote to yon de scribing ray symptoms and asked your advice. Yon replied, nd I followed ' ll your directions carefully, -and t day I am a well woman. " The vise of Ijydin 12. Pinkiiam's Vegetable) Componnd entirely polled the tumor nd strengthened my whole ystem, 1 ai walk miles now. "Lydta 12. Plnkham's Vege table Compound is worth five -dol-- lare a drop. I advise all women who are afflicted with tumors or - female troubleof any kind to give it afaitlifnl trial." (Signed) Mns. a. h Hayics, 252 Dudley SU, Jioxlury) Boston. Mass. fSOOO for'tlt If original of about Ut tor .proving genummtu oumimtmikm. .Mountains of gold could not purchase uch testimony or . -take the place of the health and liapplnoKS -which Lyda 12. Pink liani's Vegetable Compound ibronght to Mra. Hayes. .-Such testimony sUould be accepted Ibv all women as convincing1 viden.oa thnt LydlaI2. Plnkliam's Vege--table ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 July 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1903 Terms of tSulscripfion: On ypar tl.oo Six Months M Throfl Month 25 DftUID MOSES TKEFOEM CF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON. COl'VKKillT 1!3 IIY NOAH H. JOHNSTON. rokTOFFH R: IIOUTK 3. I.A llDONI A. MO. Cii.uv Xv. Christian tion. Eihva- ClUI'. XVI. QlTAiNT I'EOl'I.K. Every nge develops some strik ing individuality. Before the present free school system had drilled young minds to u seeming unifonnity, this idiosyncrasy wits plainly seen. The parents had more influence in their home., and family traits were noticed by oil observers. William Shields wisnu old time surveyor. lie used n goose-quill pen and proved his work by rnstingont the nines. David Moses loved to follow the surveyors and see them raise the chain to a level ou a hillside; it looked like the man vviih hills had more surface than the level plain. "Stick, stuck" would cheerily sound as the iron pins would be pushed iuto the ground. As Wash ington was a surveyor of co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 July 1903

issouRi : Mess ag VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1903. NUMBER 39 Mexico M V HAPPENED and y ' 80ME LOCAL AND COUNTY The town clock got its four faces painted last week. 'Splint Barnett" of this city en joyed the big horse show at Mil waukee, Wisconsin, last week. George and Samuel Newberry, who formerly lived west of Mex ico, are now residents of Carroll county. Mr. aud Mrs. J. D. McCntcheou and daughter, Miss Nelle, are here on a visit from Los Augeles, California. Charlie Shoup lost two mules by lightuing ten days since. They were iu N. II. Hodge's pasture near Worcester. A dispatch from Nevada says Win. Ratcliff, of near Vandalia, has been committed to the Mis souri state asylum there. In the same asylum are his son and daughter. Vandalia has a "Let's Marry Uight Away" club, composed of young women. They meet once a week and try to devise means for carrying out the object implied in the club's name. Henry Moore, of Perry, was at our county seat one...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 July 1903

Hcxico Missouri Message JOHN BEAL. Publisher. MEXICO MI330UM tt Is quite a while since the ctork has don any circling around CaBtle Loo. ' Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan got back from Europe and the nest day the un cam out. Feeble, worn-out, decrepit? Not much! There's fight In thousands of the old boye yet. Kansas farmer baa notified the inoculating people that be has water ed stock to market. Most people stay poor not because tfcey don't make enough but because they epend too much. To equalize things Newport society leaders will wear nothing on the out side of their heads this season. What angers the flea beyond endur ance, Is that when he bites the ele phaut, the latter does not roar with pain. A Kansas congressman Is evolving a scheme for straightening the Kaw river. What the Kaw river needs Is desiccating. Considering that J. Pierpont Morgan was not on hand. King Edward's birthday celebration seems to have been quite a success. Isn't It lucky that the trees have the longest and most pl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 July 1903

1 Three Hilled and 15 Injured in a Collision "Varidalia Accommodation ' Train Crashes Into East St. Louis and Suburban Car St Louts: Three men were killed, -one was fatally Injured, two were se riously Injured and 12 were more or less hurt In a collision between Van dalla accommodation train No. 39, ,en route to St Louis, and a car on the East St. Louis and Suburban electric railway at Lansdowne, northern su burb to East St. Louis, at 8 o'clock ISunday morning. The accident, It Is alleged, waa due to criminal carelessness on the part of the motorman and conductor of the electric line. Had they not been dere lict In their duty the accident would not have occurred, It Is claimed. , John Roy, engineer of the Vandalla train, whose home la In East St. Louis; J. J. Lenharth, of 2406 McNalr - avenue, St. Louis, and David H. Beat 'itle, of 2306 Allen avenue, St Louis, died from the effects of their Injuries. Vincent R. Hlgglns, fireman on the Vandalla train, living at 1846 Cass avenue, St L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 July 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered at the rostoflice tit Mexico, Mo., hi second -class mutter. THURSDAY. JULY 30, 1903 The sturdv Democracy of this State is determined to put down rascality. Cole county is to have another grund jury. Now's the chance for attorneys Stone and Crow. The Message is for JefTerHouinn nrinciile8 and for clean, honest men to carry out those principles If the Democracy would hold the State it must show itself worthy bv nuttiuer Eood. clean, honest men in oflice. . We not only want au honest Governor, but honest men in all the olliccB. We want a Folk tick et from top to bottom. The machine mUst go. To al low matters to remain in their hands, they will defeat themselves and the Democratic party too. Middleton Chips observes that Folk's most enthusiastic boomers are the St. Louis business men, who are not in politics for the stuff. Mexico is a good town to live in If you want a good home here, bet ter be looking afte...

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