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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 July 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1903 HAPPENED ADO HAPPENING. Q The Moberly fair ia in this week. progress Mrs. S. M. Edwards has been quite sick. Laying the brick for the paving has begun. ' R. L. Ruse at Laramie, Wyom ing, orders the ' Message to his address, Mexico is to have a big circus Tuesday, Sept. 8 Forepaugh Sells circus. F. L. Crosby has bought the Win. Treloar residence property in south Mexico. ' Carl Elder, with the Missouri Steam Laundry, expects to go to Texas next month. The Burlington brought in 120 men last Saturday to work on tho new cut-off railroad. Our good friend J. E. Blattner has auit the Doultrv business. The work was to heavy for him. President R. H. Jesse of the Missouri University has received a enll to the residency of the University of Michigan. David Leeds, a former citizen of Msiicn.. died at Peoria. III., last week. He was quite old. The remains were brought here for interment. T. M. Gill of this city has been trranted a patent ou a combined broom he...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 July 1903

OAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S Akr t'At CM't Mira," MM, If nil Actor Mm to Ad of Conrrm la lb OCm at the UbrrU of CHAPTER I. The Girl. The day wu dreary when she was ora, not only because the rata wm falling In a drizzling fashion and a xnlst bung orer tho billa, but because -he was born. Her mother, having a soft heart, felt all ber tenderness awaking for ber weak daughter, and gathered ber into ber arms with a balf pitying carets. But ber mother did not lire long, and some of ber friends went ao far a to say that It waa well she did not, for she would have spoiled the girl. Her father well, there waa no dan Car of ber father spoiling the girl wtrn tenderness. He considered ber tilth one of the blows fate dealt him, and be said be bad bad many blows from fate. He said fate was against Jilm; people said he was shirtless; they aid also that there was hardly a doubt that the girl would be the same. None of the Johnsons amounted to much at least that branch of the fam ily. Lemuel Johnson, this ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 July 1903

GET WEM7. Tha thoaaarMla nf nwapl arha r avary amy being aa4a wttll by Dou'i Kldner rilU and tha fr-aa trial barowith ofTarad make fnrthar delay, H.ldar BCflHt" DoanS 1 i TbHBWwJ ThT eorraet nrln with brick diut sediment, h 1 f colored., paia to pamlng, dribbling, frequency, bad watting.. Doan Kidney Pill remoa calculi and (raraL Bails) heart palpitation, ateepWwaneaa. baadseh, aerTouaneaa, dlzxineaa, Ncwana, It. B. C. Jooaa write: "I was tmabl to Ct anting to stop tha too Mich flow of water. For 1 etna. MAMS. P. O.-i. TAT I ' For fraa trial be, mall thlt ormprm to Vhal.1 MUbqni Co., Buffalo. N. T. If abtwa ara iMuOciaas. write adilreai am eape. reMwIn, A Profitable Crop. General Passenger Agent George Morton of the "Katy," St, Louis, re ceived tbe following letter from one of the company's land and Immigra tion agents at Rock Island, Texas: "I send you by express a bor of cigars manufactured from tobacco grown at Halletsville, Texas, on Post Oak sandy land, by one W. B. Haw kins. M...

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 July 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1903 ' ' "i " Terms of Unhxcription: One your H.00 Six Month .10 Three Months 25 DAVID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON.' copyright 1003 ny koaii . Johnston. I'MSTopricr.: koutk 2, i.addonia, mo. Uhap. Xv. Christian Educa tion. Chap. Xvii. Public Sale. David Moses' father determined to pell oil that he had, after sev eral years struggle to meet the de mands of the unexpected loss of about five thousand dollars from the Iowa Bunk failure and begin anew with less properity, but more satisfaction in it. This sale was an object lesson to David. 51r. Lampton, the auctioneer, was rather large, shaved smooth, blue eyes, big uose and mouth, and a voice that could be heard distinctly a quarter of a mile, lie was popular, loved a dram and was an all-around good fellow, as most auctioneers are. As usual household goods and farm imple ments sold cheap. One sorrel horse called "Fox" was being sold. The bids were in the nineties....

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

Ik. Mexico our: AGE VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1903. NUMBER 40 Miss Mess y HAPPENED; and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Walter Burcb, the attorney, has his law office with W. V. Fry. Morton Roberts of Rush Hill, left last week for a trip to Texas. Edna, the little two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Athey. .of Farber, died of conges tion, July 23rd. Baker Barnes, north of Thomp son, "struck it rich"recently with a shipment of fat cattle to Chica- g0" Centralia Fair this week. Au draiu has her usual quota of vis itors on the grounds. Johu Brown and Mrs. Martha Clark were married at the Ringo Hotel in this city last Thursday, Rev. John Anderson officiating. Ed. Scherer and Ab Barnes "keep store" and sell goods at Worcester. They are live fel lows, accommodating, and know their biz. Miss Louella Fowler, au admir able young womau and successful school teacher, died of consumption at her home north of Centralia one day last -week. The Farber Forum an...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

Mexico Missouri Message They Gove All Things Quaint and Curious Gathered Here and There J OHM BKAL, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI Can the bartender be called a make charmer? You may blow your own born, but don't toot your whistle. The Servian rclgnmakers may be neeless In a drought district. Y011 never bear anybody applaud ing the Industry of the mosquito. If the problems solved by the grad uates this month would only remain polvcd! What pood will It do us If they have found the smallpox germ? We didn't lose him. Aquatic Harvard Is beginning to realize that the amateur coach needs a lot of roachlng. New York city has 1,320 million aires, nearly all of them weak-chested, dyspeptic and irritable. Whether or not he gets the cup Sir Thomas Is evidently going to give us a good scare this time. The powers have evidently decided to let Pete have the Job as long as lie is fool enough to risk It. Give a man what he wants most of anything In the world and in six months he will be tired of it. Ir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST C, 1903 ; R HAPPENED AflD tUPPEiMPiG. County Conrt is in session. T. B. Hendrix get the Message atl21Baugh Ave., East St. Louis, 111. Thomas Davis, aged 48, killed by the cars at Moberiy was last Saturday. i i iii Sam Howard's automobile 'will be an attraction at the Centralia Fair to-day. s There is a move, for more street paving on Jacksou and Promeu ade streets. Judge R. D. Rodgers opened an adjourned term of the Audrain Circuit Court last Monday. -Stallings & Ilalloway, real es tate firm, have dissolved business. Mr. Ilalloway will locate in Texas. The business men, farmers and luborers and church people are all for Folk; but the ring is still for the riug. , . Walter Eubanks is attending Gem City Business College' at Quiney, 111., aud orders the Mes sage to follow him. . L. Grim, who has been suffer ing for eome time with a crippled hip, has thrown away his cane and is able to be around agaim C. W. Sansberry will teach the Rowena school next ter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

.1 Missouri ITE FOR TWINE FACTORY. Hmm MisssuH PwnHsntlsry Institute to Be Under Way in a Short Tim. Jefferson City, Mo.: Warden Wool- trtdge, la conjunction with the Prison Inspectors, has picked out a alte for he nw binder-twine factory In the' Missouri Penitentiary, and has In structed the architect to rush the plans and specifications. Treasurer W. P. Williams, a mem ber of the Board of Inspectors, aald they hoped to hare the building for the new binding; twine factory under -way In a very short time. "Warden Wooldridge, Captain Allen and myself recently visited the Kan sas State Penitentiary at Lansing," he -continued, "and thoroughly inspected 'their plant Since that time wi hare 'fceen In correspondence with the mak ers of the necessary machinery, etc., hoping to get the plant in operation as soon as possible. We have to fit it ont from the start, and even have to put ip the building, as there Is no avail able room within the prison in which to work. "The last Legislature app...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

Trial Evidence Points to Guilt of Harris Xwen Will Testify that the KentucKy Fend Leader Told Him of Plan for Murder Lexington, Ky.: Commonwealth At torney Byrd again surprised the de fense Friday by the Introduction of new -witnesses, who aided in making a stronger case against Curtis Jett and Tom White, for the murder of James B. Marcum, than In the trial at Jack son. Half a dozen witnesses testified to seeing the two prisoners enter the stdr door of the Jackson Courthouse short ly before Maroum was shot. Whits passed out the front just before the shots were fired and Jett emerged af ter the shooting from the side door. At the Jackson trial Jett claimed to be talking with Barney Schtff when Marcum was shot. Schlft could not be found then, but here he testified that he was not with Jett when Marcum was shot. Witnesses corroborate Ewen as to the movements of Jett and White when Marcum was killed. ' Judge James Hargls, the alleged leader of the bloody warfare, Is a more Interested pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor . and Proprietor. Kntorod at tli ToHtoflice at Mexico, Mo., a second-class matter. THURSDAY. AUGUST G, 1903 Equity and not teehiealitics should govern in courts of law. Our neighbor the Ledger is be ginning to clamber for the side of the band wagon. The men who pay the taxes, out in the rural districts, are getting interested in the purity of polities in this State. No, it is not too early to be talk ing up a candidate for Governor. The people caught the machine napping this time: that's nil that is hurting. The Martinsburg Enterprise says "Folk and good government" is to be the battle cry. The peo ple, are going to elect Folk and then ask him if he wants the place. The Supreme Court gets no sym pathy from any source for fining two editors for contempt. Very nearly the whole people of the State have gone into contempt over the matter. Judge Peers said to himself out loud while listening to Joe Folk's speech at New Florence the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

t KIDNEY tmT h t ro4 rlac I (latter, see Urtaart itniWra isti canatt UK e Aching backs am eased. Bip, back, and loin pain . iorarcoma. Kwelliaa; of tha lliinbs and dropsy tigna vanish. They correct nrlne with brick duet ardlmflnt, hlRb, colored, palo la paarona;, dribbling, freqiinicy, hod . weUtiif- Doan' Kidney Pills wtiiow calculi and gravel. JwHut heart palpitation, i aloplii uuia, headaeha, Dorrouftnoaa, dinlnee. MM. f. O. STATC. Tor frwe trial hor. mall thin r on poo to TbatfT-lintmm oo., BnrTalo. N. Y. If afroe P"" Is taaufflctaDt writ addisss on aapa ratalUp, Vn. Jame Beck of Mi West Wblt-rxro etreet, Rom, N. Y , saye: "Iwaa troubled with uj j kMaeys for nicbt o nina yearat had Eagles to Draw Airship. A German genius thinks he has solved the problem of steering a bal loon. He says an eagle has sufficient strength to draw a bailoon and he has shown in a pamphlet how the bird can be harnessed and hitched to an air ship. It does not appear that he has shown how to steer the eag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUCJUST C, 1003 Terms of ISulscripdon: Ont year Sx Months 50 Three Months 23 DftVID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. HY TOM BENTON. corrRH'HT V.a nv noaii n. jounston. rOHTOFKH'K: HOUTK3. I. A rIX)NI A, MO. C'hai. Xviij One Year, 1C(). "The hell strikes one, we take no note of time, but by Us fleet ncss,"said the poet Young in his "Night Thoughts." Another said, "'Tis well to talk to our Dost hours, and ask them what report tbey ' ore to Heaven, how they might have borne and more welcome news." The school ut Ashland was large the spring and summer of 18G0, while the fall term showed an increase in numbers. Fully thirty or forty were more than fif teen years of age. Classes were in Higher Mathematics, Advanced Sciences and Literature. Latin and Greek were the Foreign languages. Rev.Johu Moses was principal. Dr. II. M. Cheavens was teacher of Greek aud advauced grades. Miss Emarintha Willis had charge of intermediate pupils and Miss Stncker...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

i ( SUrPLKM ENT TO. TTIE , . 1IEXIC0 MISSOURI MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1903. : MEXICO, j : J MISSOURI. IFIS I Given a Rousing Reception by Fif teen Thousand People of Mont gomery and Surrounding Counties. 'They Were la Attendance on the Old Settlers' Heaalon at New Florence, and Listened With In terest to the Words of Si. Louis' Clruult Attorney. Jos. W. Folk addressed the old eet- ' tiers of Montgomery county on the riiibject of Good Government" on -Saturday, August 1, and despite the 'Inclemency of the weather not one of the thousands in range of his -voice moved away until the speech -was finished. Mr. Folk showed himself to be 1m wmensely popular with the people of .Montgomery county and those from neighboring counties who came over to hear him sneak; judging1 from the : favorable comment heard on oil sides after his speech, We give Mr. Folk's speech verba- llm: It was with much pleasure I found t myself able to accept the invitathn to be present here to-day and address i the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 August 1903

CHINA'S FIRST LADY. The Empress Dowager Said to Bare English Blood. (1 Charaeterlatlca at tae Worn aa k Ralea the Destl . a Ira mt tkc Chlaeee. Few people are aware that the fB jires dowager is credibly believed by well-informed people in China, Japan mmd India to have British blood in Iter veins! There ia no doubt that her mother waa a European, though whether British, Portuguese or Rub ian deponent saith not, says the Lon don Sketch. Though close on 70 years of age, she is still a good artist, and is said by those familiar with the Chinese language to be a fine poet. Some 13 years ago she solemnly pre sented a long poem of her own com position to the Hanlin college. Trans lation of those articles dealing with Chinese affairs appearing in leading Europenn newspapers are carefully read by her, ao she is quite aware cif the jealousy and suspicion which nnimate the powers the moment the Chinese problem cornea under dis cussion. Very, very few of the millions whom she rules with an iro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 August 1903

MMied' Mis message. SCPURI VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1903. NUMBER 41 V HAPPENED and y SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Bom, toMr. and Mrs. Nat Mor ris, a BOU. Susan Dicua ia the new owner of the Shepherd residence, in north Mexico, paying $850. Alex Carter's familj iu this city has been quite seriously afflicted for two weeks with the measles. Misses Grace Quisenberry and Mattie Bishop, of Laddonia, vis ited Miss Ethel LaForce at Oentra lia last week. Lakenan & Barnes bought 15 aeres of ground north of the old Military Academy site in south Mexico for $3,000. . t Allen Stallings, lawyer and real estate agent, is still at the old stand of Stallings & Halloway, north side square. Dr. T. 3. Manning- of Vandalia was fined $100 nud costs in the Audrain Circuit Court on the charge of illegal selling of whisky, lie has appealed. , Judge Stevens of this city ad dressed the people of Iluntsdale, Boone county, last Friday night on Modern Woodcraft. There w...

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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. — 13 August 1903

T.'cxicb Missouri Hcssage JGHNBEA! Publisher. MEXICO MI3BOUW 1 -" Watermelon eds 'mom appendl eltln. Boll your watermelon. Person who belong to the upper cruet must have plenty of dough. Thirty-two lawyer la Chicago died lut year. Where are lhoe lawyer BOW ? That long advertised cloudburst In the Balkan Is momentarily expected once more. Men who do not secretly take pride In well dressed wive have no busl ners to have any. Falling from an airship Is quite a exciting and far loss dangerous than riding In a devil wagon. When a man Is too busy to go fishing, he may not know It, but ho Is in a condition of slavery. The news that King Alfonso is be trothed to his cousin must be welcome to the republicans of Spain. A writer inquires: "Are the mag azines declining?" We understand tKat they are, especially poetry. Every man who- carries a watch Is naturally behind time. That Is, un less he carries it In his hip pocket. It Is easier to save a soul than to Veep it saved, says Rev. Mr. Urandal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 August 1903

Fiua X. Assumes Fa pal Crown lmtnenit Gathering Bursts Into Unrestrained Acclamation Police SearcH for , Cantrell'a Tools Ghouls Who Aided the Negro Leader are Known Sarto Elected Pope; Torch Used in Pvussian StriKe Will Rule as Pius X Rome: Pope Plus X. was crowned In St, Peter's Sunday morning with ceremonies of the rarest splendor In the presence of a great and Imposing assemblage. The stilling heat was the only drawback to the occasion, .for .several of the perspiring crowd inside fthe church fainted, and many of those standing outside were sunstruck. The Moors -were opened at 8:30 o'clock, .when the sunshine was already In tense. The basilica was Immediately 'crowded, and It was found necessary shortly afterward to close the doors. ;There was an Immense crowd In the great square of St. Peter's, where they Mtood In the sweltering sun, waiting, with Italian patience, for the reopen Ung of the doors. The square was 411 svlded Into sections by numerous lines ''of troops. " A 8 o'cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 August 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John heal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tho PostnfTlco i Mexico Mo., 88 ttocond-clns matter. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1903 The clay is here and this town should have a Tire brick vlant. Roosevelt denounces lynching and calls it nunrchy. W. J. Stone's presidential boom has fallen ingloriously by the way side. There is no difference between n lobbyist and n sandbagger. The laws call it all bribery. At the Centralia fair this year there were no fiue cattle on exhibi tion? How did that happen? The Father Forum says that Judge Gantt, a self-confessed can didate for Governor, may just as well declare off. lie Gantt get it. The farmers of Audrain have kept over much of last year's corn. With the crop in prospect, every thing is lovely among the farmers in Audrain for another year at least. Sam Cook would have it that a "sandbagger" is worse thau a bribe giver and Bill Phelps agrees with him. We don't think, meas ured by the decalog, there is any diffe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 August 1903

THE MESSAGE! the mayes THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1903 Disposition of xThe Tomorrow. CASE. Matter HAPPENED AMD HAPPENING. Q Moberly is to havean automobile factory. The Colombia fair is in tbis week. v Uorn is selling at bushel at Rush Hill. 40 cents a Miss Susie Ringo is suffering with a rising in her head. L. O. Powell and family are back from Indian Territory. Prof. T. A. Craghead of Fulton commences his school at Laddouia August 31. ' George Kabrich sold a residence on West Monroe street to Dr. R.M. Berry for $900. Miss Eighty Turley, who has been quite ill for over a month, is now much better. ' Mexico is to have another laun dry. Paul and W. W. Jackman are to be the proprietors. sold city Mrs. R. P. Hopkins has her millinery business in this to Miss Mary Jurgenson. John Gregory bought the Judy brick residence on West Monroe street in this city, paying $3,500 J. A.- Glandon of this city is Bervine as race clerk at the State Fair in m-ocrress at Sedalia this week. ' The preliminary tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 August 1903

Missouri NEW HORTICULTURAL BUILDING. Handsome Structure Completed and Furnished for Use. Columbia. Mo.: The new horticul tural building of Missouri University has been completed and furnlBhed, and will be ready for occupancy when school opens In September. Tho new building: Is located on the northwest corner of the horticultural grounds on South Hitt street. It Is of limestone, and covered with a green slate roof. The style of the architec ture Is English In Its effect, although there is a suggestion of the Moorish almut the entrance and the low eaves. The building is two stories In height, with a basement. On the east side are the two hothouses. In one of which will be grown plants for ex Xorimental purposes in the botany de partmrnt, while the other will bo used for the propagation of insects for ex perimental purposes in the department of entomology. Tho first floor will be occupied by the department of horticulture and en tomology, and Is divided into large classrooms, laborator...

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