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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 September 1903

Llcxicu ITissouri Message JOHN BEAU Publisher. MISSOURI . Harry Lenr should be careful or lie 111 sprain Ms wrist Milwaukee baa taken to golf. Wbal la the matter with penurhle? Women mir live longer han men. but do they live a much while the; re at it? They arc lawyer, riot dentists, mind you. who are going into (be Sawtooth mountain. The philanthropist is still undiscov ered who gives bis money back to the eople be got It from. ' That she may be in still finer fettle to fight for peace, Russia orders an other bunch of warships. Diamonds have gone tip 20 per rent in price this year. This Is a sympa thetic strike of another kind. Russell Sage is 88, but those who tried to take money away from Mm report that be is not childish. A Berlin physician makes the claim that arsenic will cure cancer. If taken In large enough doses It will. Ixm Dillon Is a terribly fast young Ibing, but there is still quite a gap between her and the two-minute mark. The matter of preserving seal life In Bering...

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. — 3 September 1903

Close Victory for the Speedy Reliance Cup Defender "Win the Second Kmc by Narrow Margin Now York: Shamrock HI. "found herself" ' Tuesday In the triangular race off Sandy Hook, the second of .the Merles, with the cup defender Re liance, Im a sea that did not disturb t be 'daintiest amateur In gilt-fronted cap, and with Just .the sort of wind the Briton's admirers say she lias lieen looking; for, she was defeated, but not laboriously, by the unap proachable Yankee yacht. The time f the defeat might have been reduced t mere seconds. If bad seamanship aboard the challenger at the begin ning ef the contest had not resulted in a handicap of nineteen seconds for her. As It was. Reliance won by three minutes and sixteen seconds, elapsed time (for boat to boat), and one min ute and nineteen seconds, correct ed time, the Reliance allowing one minute and fifty-seven seconds to ' Shamrock III. . Notwithstanding that the breeze was varying from only six to twelve miles, the Reliance's time over ...

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. — 3 September 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor, En to red t tlio Postofllce At Mexico Mo., kii fweond-clnss matter. THURSDAY. SEPT. .1, 1903 Not a whit strange that jioodler Ed Butler's St. Louis World in op posing Folk. Carl nnd Cora Leech are making a good paper out of the Vandalia Mail and Express. Mexico is to have long distance telephone connection with St. Louis in a few days. Rascality in the postoflice de partment at Washington does not excuse rascality nnd boodling in Missouri. The Folk cyclone is sweeping on. They are still scrambling for the bandwagon; the company of timid politicians on the pavement is thin ning out. It is denied that Congressman Cochran said he would support Folk. Cochran, however, sticks to it that he said it and meant it and still means it. Dr. II. K. Ilinde made the ad dress welcoming the Methodist conference to our city. It was scholarly, graceful, warm in spirit just to the point in every way. The principle of direct legisla...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 September 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1903 n HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. U W. II. Kitcbie and family of Sturgeon have moved to this city F. E. Miller at Bonne Terre, Mo., is a new reader of the Mes sage. - Miss Sarah Logan of this city fell and fractured her arm last Thursday. Itt Turley left this week for Kii ksville where he will study osteopathy. The union church services ,at Hardin Park closed Sunday night for the 'season. Grant White and wife left Tues day for Colfax, Wash., where they will reside iu the future. . Miss Nettie Thomas of St. Louis is here at the bedside , of her sister. Mrs. James Squires, who is ill. , J. G. Sanford and two children, Joseph and Mamie, have returned to their home at Fort Collins, Colorado. Ralph Callaway of this city is at Glasgow, Mo., where be will attend Pritchett College thru the coming year. ' Maj. II. A. Ricketts is home from a visit among friends in St. Louis. The Major is in quite feeble health. Mark Crawford of this city has accepted a position as ...

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. — 3 September 1903

Missouri JDoings -STATE EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT. .Missouri Display Will Include Picture of Schools and Buildings. Jefferson City, Mo.: The photo graph of every school building la Mia sxniri -with the teacher and children will be a feature of the State educa tional exhibit at the World' Fair la St. Louis. The conference of the lead ing educators of the State here last week decided oa the plan of showing ttie educattpnal interest of Missouri o the world. Photographs of nearly 10,009 school feslldloga In the State from the most -bb pretentious to the fltate University -will 1e made and mounted la uch a eaanner that the 10.000 groups may be -eea at St. Louis. HJvery child In Mis souri of school age may have his or tier pieture oa exhibition at the Fair unless absent on "picture day." Th educational conference also de cided that the exhibit at the World's Fair should be a unit, embracing the rural, ward, high schools, colleges and welveraity. The negro exhibit alone Uto be distinct In order ...

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. — 3 September 1903

Famous Painting for Artyerlca. Henry Walters, the Croeetis of Balti more, ban purchased one of the moat remarkable art collections ever bought by an American. By the payment of a round $1,000,000 ha baa become the' possessor of whet la known as the Marcello collection. In Rome. The col lection contains 900 works of art, and among th pictures are paintings' by Raphael, Titian and other great mas ters, it Is said that Mr. Walters will charter a steamer to bring the palnt dngs to America. ... lows Farm 94 Per Aore Ceet H crop UU said. stULHAJX. 8lou City, la. Xatin ef Snail Cooatrlee. Three gunboats of twelve-knot speed constitute the Invincible navy of Uru guay, a force which would have a bard time with the mobilized fleet of 81am, which has two 800-ton cor vettes, six gunboaU) a 2,500-ton deck protected cruiser, armed with fourteen guns, aind a 650-ton cruiser. The Harrowing Oeeee. An American syndicate la planning a steamship line that will have a boat start every day for Europe, th...

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. — 3 September 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 3. 1903 Tf rmx of Subscript ion: Oho year l. Si MontliH N Three Months DAVID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. UY TOM BENTON. toi'VltituiT I'.Kfl liv rotTorrirF.: roctk NOAH H. JOHNSTON ', I.ADDONIA, MO. CHAP. XXII. MissorRi in 1861. Missouri bcfove the war was a slave elate. Cluiborne F. Jackson, the Governor, was in favor of unit ing her dostinies with the Confed eracy. He railed the State, Legis lature together in southwest Jlir? pouii and they parsed the ordi nance of secession; elected George G. Vest and Jno. li. Clark to rep resent them in Richmond. Gen. Harris was selected for Confeder ate congress. Governor Jackson proclaimed the State as one of the Confederate States of America". In the tneautime Generals Frank Dlair, Lyon and Sietrel had taken possession of Jeftersou Barracks, then JeffersonCitr and Springfield. A convention of Union men was called and Hamilton R. Gambol was made governor. Missouri had double representation...

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. — 10 September 1903

Mexico Missouri Message, VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 101903. NUMBER 45 V HAPPENED and V . . SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY B. R. McVey is a new reader of the Message. Miss Lizzie Miller of thia city is visiting relatives at Missoula, Mont. . J. It. Shell, of this county, will harvest 50 acres of cow pea hay this Beason. Mrs. Gny Waite of this city has been visitiug her mother, Mrs. P. S.'IIocker, at Centralia. Butler Brooks of this city , will attend school thru the coming year at Notre Dame, Iud. The B.F. Orear farm, in the Du ly neighborhood, was sold to Illi uois parties recently at $41 per acre. . Rev. Hay, Bell closed a revival meeting at Mt. Olivet church, near Mt. Carmel, this county, with 30 additions to the membership. Rush Ilill school opened last week. Prof. L. C. MoCall and Misses Ilattie Vaudeveuter and Maggie DeLaporte are the teach ers. Prof. L. B. Hawthorn, of Wiu gate, Indiana, Mexico's new high school principal, arrived lust week and has tak...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 September 1903

Mexiciy Missouri Message ' - - JGdN.BfcAL. Publisher. "IKXICO MISSOURi : Tb:n now many people Uncle Rus n Ssge and Aunt Hetty Green have lived down. Minding your business Is all right, but.' the lawyer gets rich minding other people's business. A pood many people have discovered to their sorrow how narrow even whut looks like a wide margin In. (V.-nfrressmaif Mudil of Maryland, who J-.imped out of the window, was lucky if he lighted on a kindred bank. Some skeptical people deny that kissing will cure hysteria; but nearly everybody is willing to let It go at that. Tlioxe men with large families who brag about them seem to forget that their wives are entitled to some cf the credit. Panama is doubtless longing for the day when Uncle Sam will bo the gov ernment and it tan amoke its ciga rette in jx'aee. Twelve districts in Macedonia are id to be in open revolt. When one more Joins them It will be an unlucky number lor Turkey. v Kugland and the United States are Cot t Inn ho thick that b...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 September 1903

Mystery Envelopes I w arremon A rap.eay Mr. and Mrs. Hnrr Yeats Found Da ad In Bed Warrenton, Mo.: The brutal, mur der of Henry W. Yealer and hl wife, which occurred at their home on the farm, about seven mllei north of here, (Sunday night, la still shrouded in mys tery. Willie' Church, the adopted son of the Testers, Is thought to hare written the -note to the rural-mall carrier, In which he said: "Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Tester hare been killed; please repqrt."- According ' to all -the circumstances and evidence collected, the crime was committed In the fore part qf Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Tester, the mur dered couple, had retired In a bedroom on the first floor. The old man's throat was cut from -esr to ear, and, while his bed was sat urated with blood, the orderly shspe of the bedding showed that he strug gled but little and that life was soon extinct. He wss probably the first to fall victim to the assassin. Mrs. Tester, who had been sleeping on a cot at the foot of her husband's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 September 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at thn Postoflice at. Mi'Xlco 'Mo., as second -class matter. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1903 Get the hope habit. It will "help you on the way." Audrain couuty's capital city is coming to the frontdailyj promises to become a great railroad center. There is talk again that the pro posed new railroad from Perry to Mexico is to be built soon. The route was surveyed last week. Crap games and drinking wins key seem to be the pastimes at night with many who are helping in the grading of the Burlington cut-off near Wellsville. The Methodist conference ad jourued Monday niebt. The next session will be held at Columbia.lt was a great gathering and its in lluence for good in this community will net soon fade away. We would be glad to hear from our Rush Hill correspondent again also our Centralia correspondent. Good friends, let us hear from yon as often as every two weeks, if pos siblc. The Chicago & Alton railroad ref...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 September 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1903 R HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. O. F. Clark is driving a new 'carriage for the Windsor Hotel. Lewis Trimble, 61 near Santa Fe, visited Mexico relatives , this week. J. Hord Davis shipped four cars of fat cattle to the Chicago market this week. ... Mrs. W. E. West and sister, Miss Grace Hawkins, returned thiB week from a visit in St.Louis. The County Board of Equaliza tion convened Monday. They are considering merchant assessments only. ; Capt. Abraham Kempinsky, aged 70 years, a veteran of the Civil war, died at his home in Wellsville this week. t E. G. Starkeyr formerly of this city, now residing near Curryville, was here looking after his proper ty in the southwest part? of town Tuesday. Mrs. Elmer Sharp has arrived home from a visit to her parents, Prof, and Mrs. J. P. Gass, at Seda lia. Mrs. Sharp is a teacher in Hatdin College this year. Billy Hand of Laddonia, aged about 65, became paralized on one side Monday and yesterday was brought to Mexico ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 September 1903

, Misso-uri Doings CROW SUES TO OUST TERMINAL. Ouo Warranto Proceeding Begun In Supreme Court. Jefferson City, Mo.: Attorney-General Bdward C. Crow Saturday night of bta motion, tiled In the Missouri vista ispreme court quo warranto pro joedlngs ajralnit the Terminal rail road associatoa of St. Louia, to oust st from doing business la the state aa m aaoclatioa. The writ la made re taraable October IS. the trst day of Ui wdsuIbc term of tke court. Tlie attorney general attack, an-" r tb atte voastltotlon. the legal ity of tke ocmaolldation of the com r&atf. whicb xiea to make up the Tfrstreal aaeortatloa, MMttesdiM that e cvmatittrtWva. aa shown by section IT of article If, forbid, la xpress rsfts, the CAaaolldatoa of railroad cvnnpaaies which are competing lines. Thla jwcdisg bring up tba legal ity of tba hoVe oUoa from Its In--jtlov wbn lay Ooc-14 crcaalred the old rioa iep aad railway transfer mnpa&y. Intsaedlataly upon bis pur Ctiaa nf tbe fcrtdg. fftertl of tbia Tw!'.Tal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 September 1903

iihibjii ami 1 1 m i "WUK v lUlil til happen "f V A 11 run I v23Ti set thos fortunate dowa, worn crat, this hesr doctored for everything except the i right Using, tntoon It's Your Stomach To regain roar Strength and Health. tak Dr. Caldwell's (LKtiw) Syrup Pepsin AD we ask is that yen na n tout sun ad sddress o a postal and we'll tead rem free sample battle and an interesting booh ow stomach trouble. Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin la lb guaranteed m (or an (tontaah. Uver and kidney eilmenUi Ste and d.tt bottle. All Druggists. rasis mup co., uortceno, cii. . EDUCATIONAL WMMI i Jni i in i in m mill liiJ.neM mi rirmiaiii mmfti i.m.-l THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTRE DAME, INDIANA. FlltX COURSES IN CUselc. Letter. Eco nomics and tilstory, Jourrmnsm, Art, nctence, Pharmacy. Law, CiyB, Mechanical ejad Klec trirml ttafftneerinr. Architecture. Thorough Preparatory and Coauaterclal Course. Reoma Freo to all student who here com pleted the studies required for admission into the Sophomore, jun...

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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. — 10 September 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1903 Term of KnbscriptioH: One year I.W SI Month., ) Three Month 2." THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. 11V TOM HENTON. OII-VKKtHT W03 BT WOAII H. JOHNSTON POrTOFFIOK! ROIITK 2, I.AKUONIA, MO. CHAP. XXIII. THE SUNNY SOUTH. The soil around Monroe, Louisi ana, is a rich black loam, with so much sand in it that it soon dries after a rain. The plantations were in a fine state of cultivation in 1861. The negro quarters were generally neat frame buildings fac ing each other and separated by n wide street. Some of these negro villages would have several hun dred population. The overseer's house was near. A bell would ring for rising, dinner, and at night; the curfew was often used. Near Bastrop, in Morehouse par ish, Elder Elias George had a fine plantation. David's father had a letter of introduction tc this man. so nearly a week was spent in bis hospitable home. The house was a frame with large rooms and wide halls. He had about sixty bauds ...

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. — 17 September 1903

STATE HISTORICAL S:0 Me VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1903. NUMBER 46 Mexico- Missouri SSAGE. HAPPENEO and HAPPENING. SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM x --v j. -v r 1)113 I A James Ilammott.olf Cuivre, been seriously sick. Clyde Langford.of Cuivre neigh borhood, is home from Iowa. . The Mexico schools opened last week with a total enrollment of 054, E. II. Shadwcll, of near Denton City, is teaching in Monroe county this year. ' Farmers on Cuivre, this county, are putting in a large acreage of wheat this fall. " Miss Kate Blattner of this city teaches in the Wellsville school again this winter. , W. E. Winter of this has moved to Wellsville. county Dave Robertson and sister, Miss Madge, will attend the State Uni versity this winter. . Our Skinnpr correspondent says corn in that locality will yield from 30 to 50 bushels per acre. ' John Shootman left last week for rSakersfield, California, to visit his sister there. Mrs. Frank. Ball. W. L. D...

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. — 17 September 1903

Mexico r.iss3uri Message JOHN DEAL, Publisher. IEXICO MISSOURI 1 - It ti gem , . . t the new toy trust will la i oL.rp Carlstmas. It U claimed that the Turkish army fa demoralised. That Is what Greece thought. If May Goelet doesn't get this duke, kowever, there are plenty of other that she Knows. Real estate values In the vicinity of Mt. Vesuvius must be dlscourag Ingly low Just now. Isn't stealage a better word than shortage when used in connection with a bank robbery? Turkey can't tell Macedonia to get a reputation before fighting It, It pro duced Alexander the Great. China should be careful how It leaves its navy around where mer chant vessels can bump Into it. The wife who is seeking a divorce from "one of the nicest of men" sure ly cannot expect 10 find a nicer one. Some of the managers are afraid Pattl may not come to make another farewell tour. They don't know Pattl. And now the American mule ts threatened by the German zebrula! This calls for the most vigorous Bort of a kick...

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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. — 17 September 1903

f Murderer Hoffman i . TaKen to Waterloo Wm Not Armed Wlitn Caught ind Did Not Resist . - Dellevllle, 111.: William 'A. Hoff mann, "who killed his father-in-law, Wm. Brandt, at Mayestown, lit., last week, was arrested seven miles north ' of Rllnllla RatllrriKV mnrnlnr kT DunntT fiharlff flul Kllmra nf 91 Plnlr County. -There was no battle. Hoff man did not act like a desperate man. . When arrested the only weapon he had was a small pocket knife. . When the Deputy Sheriff encoun tered Hoffmann he was prepared for a fight. He . had, read that Hoffmann was always ready to shoot. He found the fugitive lying under a tree at the Oglesby schoolhouse on what Is called the Smelter Works road, lie covered him with his revolver and demanded. ".that he surrender. Hoffman was . surprised. Rolling over on his side, he looked at the dep uty, threw up both hands and remark ed: "You've got me. I give up." Deputy KJamm took hlB prisoner to the Belleville Jail. He was kept there .. until 5:30 o'clock ...

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. — 17 September 1903

THE MESSAGE Publiwhed Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tho PostoWeo at Mexico Mo., second -class matter. THURSDAY. SEPT. 17, 1903 Tie A can to the tail of the State chronic office holders. Clean men for (he entire ticket; that's the demand. State The future for Mexico was nev er brighter than just at the pres ent lime. Hon. W. L. Mabry is making an excellent paper out of the Wellsville Record. Better, yet, he is for Folk and good government, too. ' That railroad completed from Perry thru to this town and then ' that other railrond from the north, Mexico will boom indeed. What we need is some big factory inter ests. . , The C. & A. and Wabash rail roads are getting down on em ployes who frequent saloons and drinking places and who indulge in the overindulgence of cigarettes and tobacco. Dockery Dickery Dock winked a wunk last week. Suspicious are out that he is about ready to clam ber into the Folk baud wagon, too.. The members of the 'ing are get ting...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 September 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1903 A Notable Occasional. Har din College Tuesday G HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, v Mrs. Sophia Kiucaide, 6outh of of this city, has been quite ill. Master Thurlow Nichol is learn ing to Bet, type in the Message of flee. - . Louis Barth of this city will at tend school in New York City this year. Rev. A. A. Wallace of this city is assisting in a revival meeting at Centralia. 1 Miss Luna Ball of Rush Hill has . returned to the Bchool for the blind in St. Louis. Miss Anna Crawford, of Wor cester vicinity, is a studeut at Har din College. George Whaley will attend school at the State University thru the coming year. R.F. Gnlick has some nice year ling steers for sale. Can be seen at Jesse school house. Miss Madee Kent of this ity is a student at the Columbia School of Oratory at Chicago. Miss Floy Patton returned to this city a few days ago from mis sionary work-in Japan. Pete Bedell and wife are back in this city to reside from ' the ex Confederate Home at H...

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