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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 August 1903

Mlae Rocs rail Qelnk et Repartees Misa Alice Roosevelt's friends are telling a story of her ready repartee. Miss Alice was footing little bit un der the weather and her mother called in a physician. The latter made a careful diagnosis - and advised a change of climate a trip to Europe If possible. Miss Roosevelt preferred to remain at home and didn't healtate to say to. "Yon forget, doctor," she re marked, "that I live In New York and get nothing but change ot climate." 1100 REWARD flQO. The readers of lht per sHt be 1miiJ to leant tent) there it at leaet ens dreaded dtaeaae that aeience hat been able to ctira In all Its star ee, and that ia Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure s tba onfy Kiitiee cure now known to iba anedirel fraternity, tarrh batna a conetituejonal disease, requires ennetirutloasl treatment. Mall's Catarrh Cura la taken internally, acting directly a poo tha blood and mucous surfaces of tha srstam, Ihsreby destroying iba foundation of the disease, and fivini tha patient it...

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. — 13 August 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1003 Terms of A'w bscription On year 11.00 Sir Months '. 50 Three Month....,..,.... 25 DftVID MOSES THE PCEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS QF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON. corvitiftiiT r:i uv koaii b. joiixhto.n POSTOFrlf'F.: HOUTK I.AHDOMA, MO. CHAP. Xix. CoNciKniAL Friends AND ACQUAINTANCES, Felix Grundy Bass, son of Eli E. Bass, was the same age of Da vid Moses and his playmate from childhood. lie had dark hair, regular features and was consid ered one of the most, handsom youths in the country. His broth er, Everett M. Bass, was two years younger, of very strong build, red hair, blue eyes, promi nent nose, fond of athletic sports, and rough as a bear. On one oc casion when visiting his cousins, after going to their rooms, the boys proposed a pillow fight. David little thought there was so much force in a few pounds of feathers, liaising his pillow he aimed a blow at Everett's head when the end of the pillow burst open covering his head and filling the r...

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. — 20 August 1903

M Mis Message. EXICO SO.URI VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20; 1903. NUMBER 42 y HAPPENED and vy ' . SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Tie Parber tember 7th. school opens Sep- Prof. J. B. Tate and will move back to Mexico. family R. P. Gnlick, west of town, paid thia office a pleasant call Saturday; talking politics and pure govern ment. ' s B. R. Middleton of won first prize for best mules at the Columbia week. thia city pair of fair last C. P. Hollopeter, of Spokane, Wash., formerly of this city, has had his name changed to 0. P. Dey. Mrs.H.T. Brooks and Mrs. Alice Armstrong and son, Willie, have been visiting friends out at Worcester. R. L. Coakley gets the Mes sage at Pueblo, Colorado. He lately returned to that point from a visit in this comity. Prof. R. V. Marklaud, of Kirks ville, will have charge of the man ual training department of the Mexico public schools during the coming year. The Farber Forum says that the B . . 11 1 1 T 1 - "thief executive.". Didn...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 August 1903

Mexico Missouri Hessago JOHN BE AL, Publisher. IEXICO MISSOURI i Question: Docs the umpire ever enjoy the game? It begins to look aa if the Reliance would fall to live up to Its name. If the American navy gets the gout will that be a casus belli against Eu rope. The -Prince of Wales Is eager to nee America. George has been talk log to Heinrlch. It is not a breakfast food ad. to say that the Hungarian diet disagrees with the premier. An Ann Arbor student lias had twen ty Inches of frog skin grafted on Ms hand without croaking. "Scratch a Russian and you will find a Tartar." is saying Japan seems inclined to Investigate. The Greek cabinet has thrown up its job and the names tne gentlemen bear are really not printable. Col. Payne"s Aphrodite crossed the Atlantic in ten days, but then Aphro dite always was a rather rapid propo sition. A McKeesport (Pa.) policeman named his twentieth child Theodore Roosevelt. NcedleBs to say, he lifted the cup. Those lockjaw statistics should be kept on ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 August 1903

Tires Shotgun Into a Crowd Three Persons Hilled end Three , Fatally Wounded Wlnfleld, Kan.: Gilbert Twlgg, aged 20 years, supposed to be insane, ap peared on the principal street at 9 o'clock Thursday night with a double barreled shotgun and fired both charges deliberately Into a crowd of C,000 persona who were listening to a band concert. He killed three persons, fatally In jured three and shot twenty others, of wham six may die. Twlgg was himself killed by a po liceman. The dead: Sterling Rice, a carpen ter; Dawson Tillottuon, a barber; D. .Bowman, a carpenter of Oxford, Kan.; Gilbert Twlgg. ; The band had Just finished playing a waltz when Twlgg stepped out from an alley a half block distant and, de liberately taking aim at the band land, fired two shots. K. E. Oliver, a bandman, fell at the Brst shot, but the crowd, not realiz ing what had happened, rushed to ward the killer, believing that there tad been an accidental shooting of Bome kind. As the crowd closed In the craned nan...

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. — 20 August 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Postolfico at Mexico Mo., ai econd-claw matter. THURSDAY. AUGUST 20, 1903 Let's refer this matter of a State ticket to the people a pri mary election in every county next year. The Mexico Intelligencer com inents that Bill r helps' new paper down at Joplin will be for Folk of course. Tit for tat, Doodler Ed Butler is against Folk. "The Missouri 'idea,' which other (States might follow, is un relenting exposure and punishment of official thieves and that for the public good and not for private gain." Cockrell for President as Champ Clark suggests, if he should fail of election return him to his old place iti the Senate. Let's hear from Gov.' Dockery upon this point. The Bowling Green Times re marks: wiien sucn a man as Senator J. F. Morton, of ' Rich raond, Mo., opposes Folk's election it is time for every decent man iu the state to make an open fight for his election. You can't sidetrack the peopl...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 August 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, 'AUGUST 20, 1903 - HAPPENED AWD HAPPENING. S VV. II. Wright is in Colorado. Dr. II. K. Iliude aud wife will spend the winter in Old Mex ico. Miss Estelle Boatman of this eity is attending the teacher's in stitute at Paris this week. W. J. Rixey has bought Mrs. John Kerr's residence, near liar din College, paying $2,800. The secoud aunual tournament of the Mexico Onn Club will be held in this city August 25. Neal Fitzpatrick and family from the eastern part of the coun ty hare moved to this city to re side. Mrs. Cecilia Isaacs, aged 87, died in this city Tuesday. Fun eral yesterday afternoon from the home. , St. Louis enjoyed a little earth quake last Sunday morning tho some timid people got a little "scart. The Gelvin Tea Co. is consoli dating their Mexico and Moberly stores, putting the whole interest in this city. Dr. J. F. Flyntof Molino this week on a pleasure trip for a little rest to Colorado New Mexico. goes and and The ex-Confederate organization at Aux...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 August 1903

sscmri VILLAGE DE8TR0YED. t-lchtnlng and Wind Work Haves In Veraen County, Missouri. Nrrada, Mo.: A severe windstorm "flsHel Vernon County Saturday morn . lug and continued from 1 o'clock until t a. m. In tola city a large number of tres were blown down, electric wire broken, new church building; being rooted by the Latter-Day Saints waa reatly damaged, and all the tenta at Lake Park, to be used by the reterana of the Grand Army of the Republic at their reunion .next week, were leveled to the ground. In the county several horses and cattle were killed by lightning and a great quantity of new hay destroyed. The stock village of Metz, la the northwest part of the ' county, was practically wiped out of existence. The S. L. Rodman's general mer ' handlae store waa struck by lightning and consumed. The resident of the - Tillage, having no means by which to light fire, were compelled to stand by and see eight business houses and their contents burn. Two grocery stores, two barber shops, o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 August 1903

An After-Dinner Train. Beginning August 2nd, M., K. ft T., train No. 3, will leave Kansas City Union Depot at 12:25 p. m., Instead of 10:35 a. m. as heretofore. This makes an elegant After-Dinner Train for Texas, giving passengers from the North and West an opportunity to lay over in Kansas City for several hours, and then resume their 'Journey to points reached by the "Katy" In Okla homa, Indian Territory and Texas. Running la Prohibited. In the city of Hot Springs, Arte, running Is a misdemeanor. Any per son going faster than a walk Is ar rested and fined. This law Is In tho Interest of Invalids-., who throng the streets and suffer relapses from the excitement caused by the undue haste of a stranger. One who runs is sup posed to be a thief, murderer or- es caped lunatic. Superior quality and extra quantity must win. This Is why Defiance Starch la taking the place of all others.' Farhapa Provocation ffu Great. A student of Cagliarl, Italy, has just been sentenced to six months' Imp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 August 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1903 Ttrmx of Hubucription: One your '. Vl.tn six Month .....no Throe Month r 35 DftVID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE -IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM HEN TON. C'OrVHIOIIT l!H3 BV JfOAll f. JOUNMTON I'ortoffick: koutk 2, i.aiionia, mo. CHAP. XX. Civil War and Sad Bereavement. From Jan. 1, 18C1, to Feb. 8, of the same year, six states fol lowed the example of South Caro linn: Mississippi, Florida, Alaba ran, Georgia, Louisiana nnJ Texas, and formed the seven Confederate States. Jefferson Davis of Miss issippi was elected President and Alexander II. Stephens of Georgia vice-president. General Beauregard, after two days continued fire, captured Fort Sumter on April 14, Major Anderson with his eighty men inarching out with beating drums and Hying colors. NorthCarolina, Virginia, Arkansas, and Tennessee passed acts of secession, making a confederacy of eleven states, when the capital was moved from Mont gomery to Richmond. During the summer of 1860 Da vi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 August 1903

SUPPLEMENT TO MEXICO mSSOURI MESSAGE THURSDAY. AUGUST 20, 1903. MEXICO, : : J. MISSOURI. FOLK S III m Eight Thousand Persons in Crowd Addressed by ST.LOUIS'POPULAB CISCUIT ATTORNEY Tells Them That Issue Between Good and Bad Government Is Clearly Defined. JoBeph W. Folk, circuit attorney of St Louis, and Senator Francle M. Coek i ell were the principal speakers of the day at the meeting under the auspices of the Confederate Monument Associa tion of Palmyra on Saturday, August 15. "Folk for Governor" was the key note of the meeting, and was expressed by the buttons and badges worn by .ouBandB, and in the greetings given Uhe circuit attorney as "the next gov ernor." Sir. Folk's declaration, "I am a dem ocrat," was the most vigorously ap- plauded of any In the day. Mr. Folk's speech lasted for an hour and a half and was as follows: You have asked me to l.V.k to you on good government, but before we enter Into that subject it Is well to call to mind the purpose of the monument as sociati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 August 1903

Missouri Me XI GO SSAGE VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1903. NUMBER 43 JLvJ I I 1 HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Wm. Gray is a new render the Message at Vandalia. of Priscilla Hayes is suiug her hus band, J. Hayes, for divorce. - , i .i. . ii i 1 1 Vandulia has a new organization of the VV. 0. T. U. with 15 mem bers. Mougler Bros, of Bean Creek shipped in a car of Western horses last week. J. M. Angle in the Circuit Court is suing the Wabash for $73; cars killed his cow. Miss Lizzie Gatsonof Vandalia attended the W. C. T. U. conven tion here lust week. Our good friend A. B. Smock of near Hush Hill called at Mes sage headquarters last Friday. Jake Dillon of Rnsh Hill has purchased Pearl Hamilton's bar ber shop at Benton City. W. R. Brashears, south of Vau dulia, was adjudged insane last wees ana tafceu to me asj-ium at . Fulton. Miss Bettio Worley, after a pleasant visit to relatives at Moli no, has returned to her home in St. Louis. Revs. A. W....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 August 1903

r.lcxict Missouri Message . - JOrTN DEAL, PubUnkar. "IKXXCD Miasouw ti iii . Lorkjaw leaves statesmen alone, or else they are Immune. Shall we also be jolly good fal low If Sir Thomas lifts the cup? That 15,000.000 toy trust will furnish monopoly's newest "something to play with." M. de Plehve says Russia will "en courage the Jew to emigrate. " "En courage" is good. Never roll a MS to be offered to an editor, unless you roll it around a couplo of CO-cent cigars. The prudent woman will thiuk twice K-fore she takes up the men's sock fad and puts her foot In it. Japan la doubtless gritty for Its rIzp, but it should be warned In ad vance that Russia Is Dot China. Those three men up north who look bed-bug poison for whisky merely made a mistake In the kind of poison. An automobile Is never so much cut of place as at a horse show. Re sides, it is liable to add Injury to in sult. It Is suspected by the police that there is a suicide club In Hoboken. Doubtless there Is one there if any wher...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 August 1903

Senator Sullivan . Found Guilty Jury Fixed the Maximum Tin ofk $100 ee the Penalty Jefferson City, Mo.: Senator Wil liam P. Sullivan of Christian County was Thursday found guilty of solicit-, log a bribe from Witney Layton of St. Lou g for his vote on the alum repeal bill, and his' punishment 'was fixed at a fine of $100. The verdict was returned to court an hour after the Jury had left the room. To aay that it was a surprise to the defense would be putting It mildly. They thought that the pre ponderance of evidence which they had offered would offset - that of the chief and practically only prosecuting witness. The- sensation of the day was the peech of Attorney General Crow. To him is given the credit of the ver dict. His arraignment of the witness es of the defense as perjurera was delivered with an earnestness which left, no 4oubt as to bis personal belief In his startling statements. He accused Sullivan, Smith and Newton of perjury, collectively and Individually, and then said ...

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. — 27 August 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor nnd Proprietor. Entered at the Postofflce at Mexico Mo., as second -class matter. THURSDAY. AUGUST 27, 1903 A man disqualified for one place on the State ticket is disqualified for any other place on the ticket. Get ready for the county corn show at the street fair; it will be for the World's Fair exhibit; $350 in prizes offered by the state. The right of appeal in criminal cases in Missouri should be abol ished. Every boodler convicted in a lower court takes advantage of that law. Congressman W. D. Vandiver, Southeast Missouri, says the Folk boom has taken that section. Van diver says he is out of the race for governor; doesn't want to run against a cyclone; Folk has the field. Gov. Dockery says boodleism is a new disease in Missouri. Why, no! Goes back at least four years; one of our present State officiuls admits that he witnessed a game of saudbaggiug in 181)9. We don't care if a man is "a faithful and able official" aud if...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 August 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1903 XX HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. H Benjamin Sims Territory. is in Indian The hitching rack question is gradually working its own solution. Wood iu Mexico is worth $3.50 a cord. Time to lay in your lup- ply before it gets higher. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cowan of St. Louis will open a new tailor iug establishment in this city. Au Illinois girl whipped a mash er who kissed her twice on the nose. What would a Mexico girl have done about it! ii. li. Ureen, real estate agent ot this city, will move . back , to Iowa and again engage in the work of the ministry. James R. Arnall, near Wells- ville, has been very sick. His brother, W. T. Arnall, of Molino, has been at his bedside. The Christian church Sunday school of this city will eujoy a picnio at Hamilton Park, southeast of Hardin College, August 26. o 1.: & .4. it i x i-uBuuuuug Attorney u. u. Bickley was down at Vandalia last week. The authorities had run in a gambler or two; one man got a fine of $25. - j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 August 1903

' GIRL By JE.A.J4 Antk f "M m Kntara Aeenntlnf la Act of Conrm la to 0c ot th Litnariaa of CHAPTER Vltl Continued, . ' Tbe womu came to meet them as they rode tip. Foam dripped from the mouLha of their hornet, and their bead hung listlessly, while their flanks were covered with sweat The Men dismounted and loosened the sad dle girths. Had Johnson returned? they asked tr. Not that she had heard of. she re plied. Did they want Johnson? Had they been searching for htm? Tea, they replied, they wanted John -ww ; he was summoned to appear in tbe town In the Green case; it was believed he could tell considerable about the matter; should he not ap pear to-day, they must wait. Wkat If he were dead? she asked, furiously; If he had fallen Into some one of the dangerous places on tbe mountain? If he were dead, they said well, If he were dead that would put a differ ent face upon tbe matter; they hoped he was not dead, for the law should not be baffled. Did she think he was dead? Had she csubq t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 August 1903

A tlseful Nobleman. Lord Overtoun conducts Bible class in the Hlpa church, Dumbarton, Scotland, which numbers 4)8 , mem bars, seventy-seven of vhom have at tended every meeting during the year. The leader has conducted the class for' thirty-two years. The class Is study ilng . this year the church history ot Scotland. -. .' - DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED ( by local applications a Ihey cannot reach the die eased portion of the ear. Thcie Is only one war to cure drilnnt, nrl lhl i by constitutional remedies. DesfneM in csused Sr an inflamed con dition of tha mucous llnins of tha Eustachian Tube. When Ihia tube it inflamed you have turn Wins sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it la entirely rloaed deafness rs lh remit, and unless tha In flammation ran bt taken out and this tube reatored to Its normal condition, hearine will be destroyed forever: nine cauee out of ten are caused by ca tarrh, which ia nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surlsces. We will give One Hundred Dollar...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 August 1903

i ' ?! I, ,1 i I 1 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUOUST 27, 1903 Term of Subscription: Ona year U.oo Mix Months .V) Throe Month 2! DftVID MOSES THE POEM CF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM UENTOX. CorVBIHIIT llWBY NOAH A. JOUNRTON lrtTOKFICE: ItOl'TK 3, I.AKIKJSIA, MO. CHAP, XXI. War ix Earnest. During the year 18G2, there were many hard battles fought. In the East was Fair Oaks. Confeder ates gaining advantage; then in July "Seven Days' Battles" of the Feninsula in which the loss was thirty thousand on both sides with Union forees succeeding. General Lee defeating Dank, en tered Maryland and fought Mc Clelland's forees at Antietam, Sept. 17, 18G2. The number en gaged was one hundred and fifty thousand. The loss was fourteen thousand Union 'soldiers and twelve thousand Southern. Ocn. Lee fell back, retreating to Richmond. (Jeueral Albert Syd ney Johnston eommauded the Southern troops in the Mississippi valley. Gen. Grant was his an tagonist. The armies met in Ten nessee and at P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 September 1903

STATE HISTOBICAl SCO Messa tt -viT ir jry ,r-v VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1903. NUMBER ' 44 Missouri HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Dr. E. II. Tincber is around again after a protracted llnes9. H. M. Loug has moved back to Mexico from hts farm near Stur geon. John Ballew is to erect the new business house for Ferris & Cau- thorn. . Master Elliott Cunningham of this city is the guest of friends at Anxvasse. I. t - -1 T-llnffnai. tiorn ia An juiss jjeuin. jjiun-uti . tertaining Miss Pembcrton of New Florence. Dr. J. B. Hawkins was over at Florida on professional business this week. The little daughter of Mrs. Susie Storr, which is paralyzed, is to be placed in a hospital in St. Louie. ' The heavy raiu last Thursday A.r.nrrm riiTinortv VielonETlDtr to the Mexico Stove Lining Facto ry to the amouut of $300. m : Al.no T.irin nt nnp time a iUlDa Xiimc ju.n" - resident of this city, died at the hospital for the insane at Fulton last-Friday. She ...

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