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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 September 1903

Missoim'lDqiiigs r I I V. M. C. A. WILL AID STUDENTS. employment Bureau Organized Which Insure Work to Applicant. . ' Columbia, Mo.: The Voung Men's Cbrtstlsn Association of Missouri TJnt wraity has completed all , arrange ments for a student employment bu reau, to be opened with the opening of school, September , which will give work to applicants at 15 cents per liour. This is S cents more than the amount given In any previous year and will solve the problem of an education or hundreds of students during the -summer. Letters have been received there as to employment for students wishing to work their way through school, and the managers of the bu reau are making unusual efforts to ac commodate the applicants. The last general assembly appropri ated $5000 to aid the bureau for the acxt two years, $2500 to be used an nually. It Is estimated that at least 50 per cent of the students get through school partly through their own ef forts, and many depend entirely upon employment It was ...

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. — 17 September 1903

HOME VISITORS' EXCURSIONS. To Indiana, Western Ohio and Louis ville, Ky, via Missouri Pacific and Iron Mountain Route. A series of low rate excursions to Eastern points will be Inaugurated on September 1st' Tbey are called "Home Visitors' Excursions," and will be operated over the lines of tho Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route In September and October. Tickets will be on sale Sep tember 1st, 8th, 16th and October 6th, good for, return passage within thirty days from date of sale. They will be old to points In Indiana, 'Western Ohio and to Louisville, Ky.' Detailed Information will be furnished on ap plication to nearest agent, or by ad dressing H. C. Townsend, General Pas senger, aad Ticket Ageut, St Louis. Pennsylvania Trade Statistics. Pennsylvania has 62,000 manufac turing and mechanical establishments, a capital of $1,500,000, products of $8, 000,000,000 and annual wage payment of $280,000,000. Mr. Wtnwow'i hoot h In Hrrnn. Terctilldiee terlblnir, aorirai the i.im...

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. — 17 September 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 17. 1003 Terms of Subscription: Ow year ....Jl.fW Six M uutli '0 Tlirivn Mouths -'' DftVID MOSES THE POEM CF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM I'.KN'TON. l- UhlllT IIY MOAII M. JIIXKr I'OfToKFK V.: IIIII TK I.AIHIOMA. 111). CHAP. XXIV. "Aftkb the IJ.vr- TI.K Is OVKK. In the early days of Octolier,'(1 , David Moses, with iiis father, drove again to the. hospital in Springfield. Nearly two months hnd elapsed tdiiee t lit; Moody hat tie of Wilson's Creek had heeii fought General lYice had iiinn hed north to Lexington on the Missouri river and eaptnri'd a'oont t li fi thousand more Union soldiers, paroled most of them and begun hi mareh south again. In the hospital were still yeen long rows of eots. Hawkins (entry of Columbia, Mo., ft son of (Jen. Hiehard Gentry, who had been killed in the Seminole Indian war near Lake Okeehobee, Florida, was so glad to see David's father. Seemed more pnle and weak, but the sad smile and earnest look of those elear...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 September 1903

r - . -Mexico' . Missouri'- Message. VfiT TTM P T' ", . .". . . . " - - MDVirin HtmnniM rtAttufrir innnn... ... J L Z I 7 " : 1 ! " ' ' " ; . :"'iv, 11, wuuiii, jvuasuuKI, HjUKSUAY, SEPT. 24, 1903. NUMBER 47 y HAPPENED and W .. ,. .,.,..,. ......,. . V SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY II. G. Ilaljoway, late of this city, hasjnoved to Ohnrdny, Iowa. Win. Trimble, west ot Auvvnsse sold his farm to an lown man nt $50 per acie. Win. Brandon and ILL Barker are sinking a coal shaft at Laddo Tiia. Miss Kale Lieblerof this city is recovering from on attack of ty phoid fever. Mrs. A. L. Murray-of Worces ter yiciuity visited relatives in this city last week. Mrs. Mollie Ballard of Palmyra was the guest of J. R. Browning and family here last week. Joseph Liebler has been "under the weather" for several weeks, not able to follow his usual daily toil. Lightning played around too freely a week or so ago aud W. G. Sims, southeast of town, lost a good horse. fhe Louisiana Press remarks: A Laddouia man has a p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 September 1903

Oexieb Uissouri T.Icssago JOHN BEAU Publisher. IKXICO MISSOURI All the world bate a mosquito. The two-minute trotting borne has come and he's a mare! When Turk meets Bulgarian there's bound to be a lot of slashing done. "Coal output heavy, but not equal to the demand." Have you "got yours"? Sir Thomas Is now In a position to figure out what It costs not to lift the cup. By the way, ean you bound Mace donia offhand, without looking at the geography? Any one owning a town on the slope ot Vesuvius would do well to move It without delay. A Crow chief has discarded the ton ahawk for the automobile. The cun oing old murderer! Vesuvius has an opening In her side. Can It be possible that she, too, has been operated on for appendicitis? Sir Thomas may count upon receiv ing the usual collection of loving cups and complimentary addresses, bow- ever. If Rev. Cotton Mather had foreseen the bicycle girl with low shoes and openwork stockings, what wouldn't he have said! Bulgaria has bought 15,000,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 September 1903

Payne Will Appeal to tHe President lie Object to a Ruling Made by Mr. Greene Washington: A conflict of opinion between the Postmaster General and the Civil Service Commission has aris en as a result of a recent construction by Mr. Greene, Civil Service Com mis. sloner, of the President's civil service order of last March, by which it is -claimed that the 70,000 or more fourth--class postmasters are brought within the classified service. Mr.. Greene called upon Postmaster General Payne Tuesday afternoon and explained the reason for his opinion that fourth-class " postmasters' are brought under the civil service. He said that he did not contend that they are subject to competitive examina tion, but be did Insist that the Post master General is governed In the re moval of fourth-class postmasters by Irule 2 of the civil service, which says "no discrimination shall be exercised threatened or promised by any person 'in the executive civil service against or in favor of an applicant, elig...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 September 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor aud Proprietor. Entered at the Postoflico at Mexico Mo., as second -class matter. THURSDAY. SEPT. 24. 1903 Mexico Btreet fair October 13-17. Get ready to be here. The hickory nut crop in Audrain this fall will be immense. J. N. Rosser at Rush Hill an nounces himself as a public auc tioneer. Rosser is n good fellow aud will accomplish all he promis es. There are fourteen divorce cases on the Audrain county Circuit Court docket for this term. Good evidence that our State divorce laws need little fixing. Let the people in a primary uext year vote for (heir choice for every nominee on the Democratic State ticket. It's only fair; not one ar gument yon can present against it. Sum Cook has dropped as can didate for Governor. lie thinks he would be glad to get even the place he now holds. The people will have a word to say in this matter, Mr. Cook. Hon. Walter Williams of the Columbia Herald is mentioned as suitable timber for Leiutena...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 September 1903

THE 'MESSAGE I mUKSUAY, SEPT. 24, 1903 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Ct Robert Hook is sick. again quite Audrain Circuit Court convened here Monday. . Rash Hill citizens are talking of organizing a banking company. Miss Ida Clendenin, teaching in Brooklyn, N. Y., is a new reader of the Message. Sturgeon held her annual street fair last Friday; L.B.Barnelt and others from Mexico attended. liobert lirown or Uentralia is feeding 35 head of fine cattle on his farm southwest of Mexico. D. W. Dillon of Wellsville is re ported to have been killed by the cars at Sturgeon last Thursday. The Audrain Baptist Institute meets at Pleasant Plains church, south of Vandalia, next Tuesday. Rev. JN. S. Johnston of near Worcester preached at Auxvasse last Saturday night, Sunday morn ing and night. . . The funeral over the remains of W. C. Moore, who died last Fri day of typhoid fever, was held last Sunday at Long Branch. Bud Howe is to be the new man ager of the Mexico Electric Light Co. John Simpson has hel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 September 1903

Missouri Doings BOODLE JURY RESUMES. early Ona Hundred Witneaea Calltd to Appear. Jefferson City, Mo.: The boodle In Testlgatlng Grand Jury resumed ita sessions Monday morning, and nearly 100 witnesses havo been called. Springfield bankers are to appear be fore the Inquisition, and give evidence concerning alleged Improper means used to secure the passage of the county warrant bill, Introduced by Senator McDavld. Speculators, It --seems, have been dealing In county -warrants, bought at a discount, and ought to secure legislation which would expedite their payment in full. The bill passed, but Governor Dockery etoed It Besides these bankers, James II. Christopher of St. Louis and State Su perintendent of Building and Loan As Delations Luther S. Hickman, are to testify. Mr. Christopher will be Inter rogated concerning the alleged at tempt made to hold him up for $10,000 by two Senators to prevent the pass age of legislation affecting Indemnify ing bond companies. Hickman, Chris topher...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 September 1903

'(-AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION. San Francisco, October 20-23, 1003. The SartU Fe offers for. the above iMm4 occasion rates so low m to intake the trip possible for everybody. Ticket limita are ample, and full pro vision has been made for Inexpensive aide ridea. The rates ara open to all, 'whether delegates or not For full particulars address Geo. T. Nicholson, P. T. M., SanU Fe Ry.. Chicago. Wildcat Darkened Town. At Fullerton (Waah.) a wildcat dis abled the electric plant of the town and left Its Inhabitants In utter dark, i.ness one whole night The feat climbed a pole, presumably in pursuit of some other creature, and becoming entangled in the electric wires, caused a short circuit When the animal was found its body was roasted to a crisp. A New Oklahoma Line. On Sept. 2, M. K. A T. Ry. will be .fin the operation of its new line from 'Oklahoma City, to Agra, Okla., a dis tance of 65 miles, through the towns of Witcher, Arcadia, Luther, Fallis, .'Carney and Tryon. The line opens ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 September 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SKIT. 24, 1903 2Vr of tSuhsrriplion : One year -Jl.ee SI Month .m Tlme Month -" DftUID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF'PROVIDENCE. !V TOM DF.NTOX. CorVHlHHT I'.'H IIV No. II S. .InllNSHlS rofTiiKKifK: luH ii::', i.aihxima. n. CHAP. 2.". A Dark I'f.uk.p. Nature sometimes seems to sviu jmthize with man, rather (Sod put? n earth a relic of mom ninj;. J" 8G'Uhe Mill si t llli d to lose his umkiII'I iglif iici-s. Many were the ways tliiit tin unusual dimness i f the miii whs iiccounti d for. Tlir otr was oi.e of tin- mot dcstiu tive to lil'e olid )'to rty in ' ll:ie tr inr times. The Soiitlurn fortes 1 1 sr.-iiin1 1 prent victory at (.'haiicelhirsvillr, Va" (lenerals Lee an 1 Jackson do featin,; (Jenrral Hooker, driving his large army b:ok ieross the IV tomae, with a loss of -seventeen thoiiiand men at cost of twelve thousand; hut onion s them was (ieneral Thomas J. . Jackson eaUed Stonewall Jackson win fell hy the fire of J.iv own . men, through his own...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 October 1903

Mis Mi EXICO SOURI AY I VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1903. NUMBER 48 X f XLlL-4 HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY ml V Miss Mildred Scott of Monroe City arrived last week to attend Hardin College. W. U. Coil down ai Lflddonia is after the sheep killing dogs that prowl about his farm. R. R. Hall moves to Caney, I.T., this week where he will engage in the bauking business. Miss Loua Steele was oue of the maids of houor at the Confederate reunion in Colombia last week. County Assessor J. M. . Sipple finishes up his work of assessing the property of the county this week. The colored people of Mexico celebrated Emancipation Day at Hamilton Park, southeast of Har din College, Tuesday. Octave Ellis, out at Skinuer, sold Lakenan & Barnes 75 head of Bhoats, Octave's own raising; pigs will average 100 pounds. Miss Martha Frost left Inst week to resume teaching in the kinder garten department of the Settler's Home at Nashville, Tenn. Our Skinuer aud Worce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 October 1903

JOHN EEAL, Publisher. MISSOURI No man's Ignorance ever prevented Um frem giving advice. j Happy the man, who has a boy who wants to be taken to the circus. 1 At some period of his career every man carries something In his pocket for luck. Chauncey Depcw Is living evidence that matrimony Is not a cure tor rheu matism. Great Britain will have to send Its young men to take a few lessons la yacht-building. At no time does a man have a great ex respect for womankind than when his daughter gives him points on the way to hold her baby. Vice Consul Magelssen probably never expected to get headlines that were halt as big or black. If money ceased to bring one the applause of one's fellows It would lose one of Its chlefest attractions. Recent portraits of Pitcher Rube Waddell seem to Justify the action of the Philadelphia club In releasing him. If lie could borrow a Yankee crew and a Yankee yacht builder Sir Thomas might be tempted to try again. ' The genius that devised the wire lees telegra...

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

Powers Agree to Revise the Map Trance Is to Have Free Hand in Morocco and Italy in Tripoli London: The Berlin correspondent of the Dally Mall says he learns that an agreement of the leading nations ol Europe was reached weeks ago In ; regard to the policy to be pursued In - the Mediterranean. France is to have a free hand In Morocco; Italy Is to hare Tripoli; the British protectorate over Egypt is to be recognized and strengthened; Spain will receive some concessions from France, while Ger many will get commercial privileges and the open door. v The reported Intention of France to establish a protectorate over Morocco has been much canvassed In the last few days. The story, which was first launched by M. Jaures, the well-known French Socialist leader, and has since been repeatedly denied, is reasserted Friday. The Paris correspondent of the Daily Mail claims that he is able to .confirm the story on unimpeachable authority. He says an arrangement has been made by France and Eng land,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 October 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday, John Beal, Editor and Proprietor, EnUrod at tu rostoflice at Mexico Mo., as second-clasa matter. THURSDAY. OCT. 1, 1903 My, how Dockery is working: to get Cockrell out of the way for United States Senator. Some statistician has figured that sunshine on the western corn fields, jnst now, is worth $14,000 a minute. The Hedges Dairy Co. in this city is building up a fine business. Mr. Hedges is a perfect gentleman and t rents all alike. Troy has organized a Folk club with 240 members. O. II. Avery, an attorney of Troy, says Folk will carry Lincoln county ten to one. The Mexico Institute, for the cure of the drink habit, con ducted by Dr. S. C. Adams, con tinues to have a fine patronage. The Vandalia Leadtr is taking good care of Judge Ileaton; pub lishes his picture and then tells a story that the Judge proposed to sell the Mexico Court House. Chicago is going to start a school which has for one of its ob jects the curing of that "tired feeling." W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 October 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1903 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. jT Mrs. D. the sick. W. Sumner is among Mrs. J. A. Abbay peverely scald ed her arm the other day. Mr. and Mrs. Greely Talbot will move to Perry next week. A Folk for Governor club has been organized at Windser.Mo. John Simcoe,' near Skinner, is building a new house on his farm. Charlie Bledsoe is now a sales man for Kemp & Pearson iu this city. ' ilenry Mann has bought a nice little home in the southwest part of the city. , Louis McKee has gone to Dallas, Texas, where ho has a position . with the Pacific Express Co. Notice advertisement elsewhere in this paper of $15 to be given away by the Mexico Poultry Co. Marriage license was issued Monday to J. O. Cottle and Miss Lillian Mings, both of this coun ty. 13. It. McVey of Laddonia now has employment with T. J. Hoxey, in the latter'a restaurant in this city.1 - Three deaths among children with', throat trouble in the Union Chapel neighborhood southeast of Mexico recently. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 October 1903

li RVTn BRYAN'S ENGAGEMENT TO WILLIAM Miss Ruth Bryan's engagement to Wm. H. Leavltt baa been formally an RUTH BRYAN TO WED SOON. Engagement Ends Plana to Join Hull House Workers. Ruth Bryan, the eldest daughter of William Jennings Bryan, has aban doned her plan to join Miss Jane Addams In social settlement work at Hull House, Chicago, since she has decided to wed William H. Leavltt, an artist, whose home Is in Newport, R. I. Announcement of her engagement was made at a house party of the University of Nebraska chapter of tho Delta Gamma sorority. The wedding -will take place in October at the Bry an home in Lincoln, Neb. Miss Bryan met Mr. Leavltt while the latter was In Lincoln several months ago, painting a full-sized like ness of Mr. Bryan. They were seen frequently driving In each other's com pany during Mr. Leavitt's stay in the .Nebraska city. Miss Bryan Is tall, stately, and a fa vorite in her social circle. LEAVE THE FEUD DISTRICT. Tamoua Hatfield Family to Live in the West...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 October 1903

FALL KIDNEY CHILLS. WllL tla chilling air of fall cornea an xtra tu on weak kidneys. It's the time Doan Kidney Pills art needed now recognized the world over a the chief Kidney and Bladder remedy. Aching bacts are eased. Hip, back, and loin pains oTcroome. Swelling of the tnrTnj, Iwu. " It tu railed rbrimtim. I could T't ao relief from Uu doo lom. 1 bee-an tolm-pi-ore on taking Doaa's Miopia nd frot two boxes at our drae tint, and, although W ywi of M I in almost a new man. I was troubled rood deal with my water had to ivt np four and ne times av sirhL .That trouble u oer ith and onoe more I can rent the night through. M y backache is all frnne, and I thank ym ever no much for .the wonderful medloine, iHMua Kutner 1'Ula." Jro. H. lit awn, President, RldgeTine, Indiana, State Dank. raica e a st.iv. e.irmit NftMC. P. O.. .VV- "w i aw v Is". , tatc : : For free trial box, mall this arnipon te FnMOTMHbvm t., BnrT.lo, N. Y. If ahov era I, lusurocisat, writ siiihsss e st rsle tip. Wm . I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 October 1903

V. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1903 Termi of Unbtcription: One year... $1.00 Six Month 50 Three Months 25 WIRE-PULLING. Brethren of the M. E.Church South, How Is This? Charges of wire-pulling and log- rolling to keep the best men ont of the fattest plums in the way of the best paying pulpits, etc., are being made agniust the bonrd of presid ing elders of the Missouri M. E. conference, South, which met at Mexico, Mo., three weeks since, under the presidency of Bishop Galloway. Notice the following from the Shelbyville Guard: "The Southern Methodist con ference which met at Mexico last week appointed Thompson Penn to preach on this circuit and sent Rev. O'Brien to Sturgeon. Rev. llolliduy is to be presiding elder. We learn that Rev. O'Brien did not accept his appointment and will be given another place by the bishop. We hear (not thru Rev. O'Brien) that older and abler mem bers of the conference have very little to say in making the appoint ments, but some of the yonuger and weaker ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 October 1903

statu insTonicAL sac aeo ' Missouk icv '-'try A fr" VOLUME IV. . MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1903. NUMBER 49 M w HAPPENED and V ' ., w,..r 80ME LOCAL AND COUNTY Audrain loses a valued citizen iu the death of T. f. Torreyson. Miss Katherine S. Ilinde, at San Marco, Texas, is a new reader , of the Message. ' J. M. Hagan, at Worcester, is a new Message reader; J. E. Hodge also of the same locality. - Lion! J. A. Potts attended the Illinois State fair last week. Say the Mexico horses " were, ribbon winners as usual. Columbia Las voted in favor of municipal ownership of her elec tr io light and water plant. John O'Conner, west of Mexico; who sold his farm some time ago, thinks oftmoving to southeast Missouri. . ' ' Tke next annual meeting of the Audrain BaDtist Association will be held at Mt. tralia. Air, north of Cen- " In the Audrain Circuit Court, Martha Jenkins vs.' John Jenkins, suit by divorce dismissed by plain tiff. ' Miss Lena Crews of Rush Hill has been ...

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