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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 October 1903

Hcxicb r.!i3SsuriUcss2r;3 JflTJ DCAl TubUshar. '(BXICO .. MISSOURI Uncle Sam may yet be able to claim the north pole by right of dis covery. Al the milt an baa taken to oratory, be may yet adopt cither modern means of warfare. Success rules are like nails they miiRt bo driven Into something or they will noon rust. Cod liver oil is getting to cost al most as much as champagne, but it doesn't taste as good. The Spanish government has a sur plus of Income, which Is so novel that It may prove embarrassing. With plenty of dogs and sleds Lieut. Peary may yet reach the north pole bi'fore Mr. Morgan puts a tag on It. Francis Joseph's notion to abdicate the throne of Hungary did not last long. Ho recovered in a day or two. Washington's tomb Is crumbling, but his place as first in the hearts of bis countrymen Is not being contest ed. J. Plerpont Morgan has started suit for 500 against a steamboat that dam aged his yacht. He must need the money. Roland B. Mollneux will get even with tht cold, ...

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. — 8 October 1903

Miller Case Finally - Settled by President Issues a Statement After Ponfer ence with Labor Leaders Washington: An Important confer ee took place at the White House Tuesday night between President Roosevelt and live .members of the ex ecutive, council of the American Fed eration of Labor, Including President Gompers and Mr. Mitchell, head of the miners' union, during which the case of Foreman ,W. A. Miller of the Gov ernroent printing "offlce, who was dis missed because he had been expelled from the local bookbinders' union, and afterward was reinstated by direction of the President, was the principal topic of discussion. The conference was granted at the request of the labor leaders. The Mil ler case was very fully presented by the members of the executive council, iat the close of, which the President : made a statement. In which he an nounced that his decision not to dis miss Miller was final, and that the question of his personal fitness muBt bo settled In the regular routine of ...

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. — 8 October 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. Joliu Ijeal, Editor nnd Proprietor. Entered at the Pofrtofltcc at Moilcn Mo., n spcond-clnss mattor. THURSDAY. OCT. 8, 1003 St. Louis Junction it in to be. Mexico youug ladies have h taste for "beauty shows" queen carnival context. dis ii nd The Mexico Commercial Club was in session Monday night. They adopted a resolution thaukiug the C. & A. for arranging to give our city a handsome new depot. The Farber Forum mentions that 11. T. Middleton will very likely be a candidate for sheriff at the next election. Middleton is di serving and an excellent fellow. In Drlaware one thousand per sons witnessed the public whipping of iourteeu prisoners in the New Castle county jail yard. Fortuu nately such sights are rare in the twentieth century. The Louisiana Press wants to know if the machine politicians who have questioned Prosecutor Folk's Democracy believe that a raau can't prosecute official thieves and still be a Democrat. The Presbyterian churche...

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. — 8 October 1903

THE MESSAGE TIIURSDAX, OCT. 8, 1903 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Thomas Morris ia now proprie tor of the Rush II ill restaurant. Dr. T. A. Miit-try haa moved bis family from Rush Hill to Louisi ana. v " . Hall Jones, hurt by a traetiou engine Inst week, is improving Blowly. James Emmons sold a house and lot iu uorth part of Mexico to J.R. Lnckie for $1,000. ' - Mm. Wm. Triplett, south of amputated was dis- Mexico, had her arm last week. The arm eased. ' .- The Glandoii building in this city was sold this week to Mrs. Lnwder and sons, R. J. und E.VV. Lawder, for $1 5,000. , , . . r i E. F: Niqnette of Pontiae, III., was here first of Hie week ' Ho lias sold his farm near Martinsburg to an Iowa man. Holly Thornton of Pearl, ' 111., got his foot , badly crushed last Sunday morning at Rush Hill in attempting to board a coal car. 13. it, Middleton of Mexico won two first prizes on mules at the St Louis Fair this week, one on . best 'span of mules and one on best sin gle .mule. ' The school in...

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. — 8 October 1903

Missourc JDoings ON FEDERATES CLOSE REUNION. Jamei Bannerman of St. Louie th Only Naw Officer Elected. Columbia, Mo.: James Bannerman of St, Louis was the only new officer of the Missouri Division of the United Confederate Veterans elected at the business meeting Saturday. He was elected brigadier general of the East em Division to succeed 8. M. Kennard jt St. Louis. The meeting adjourned Saturday. The following officers were re-elected: Commander of Missouri Division, General Elijah Gates, St Joseph; Ad jutant General and Chief of Staff, John C. Landls, 8t Joseph, and Brigadier General of Western Division, Major Harvey W. Salmon, Clinton. A motion by W. H. Cannon of Mexl co to turn the Confederate Cemetery at Springfield over to the Federal Gov rnment met with disapproval and -was voted down after a long and vio lent discussion. Mr. Cannon said the veterans had no means to keep up the cemetery except by assessment on the camps. After the motion was voted down an assessment of 20 ce...

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. — 8 October 1903

trswm Is T'ellterarev The oldest boy i treanwo, but tt rj"US Jllt9 ho BOintfftoe I!pt c5, toi father cf tils 1:1 evsd rcaret 6im to be always cotrrtetms to Ms elders. On going to a distant school III father bad told him to- telegraph home "Tea" if he found everything satisfactory and arrived safely. He did bo, but the busy father had forgot ten the arrangement, ao, being pus hed, he telegraphed back: "Ten. what?" Tho answer tame back "Tea. sir." . ' How a Town' Name Waa Made. Few persona know how the , new town Donora waa given its name. It is simple enough. The first syllable is part of the name of W. H. Donner, , president of the Union Steel Company, which started the town, and the last syllable la the first name of Mrs. A. W. Mellon, the wife of one of those heavily Interested In the town and steel company. 7- L. DOUGLAS 3.S2&$3SHOESE . Toa eaa save from $8 to $3 yearly by wearing W. L. Douglas $3.fiQ or $3 shoes. Thy cinl tuoo that have been cost ing yn from 84.00 , to $5.00...

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. — 8 October 1903

.V--. 1XIC0 CLOTilHIG COuPASJY' alio irGeoioos Iwileidco's Qrahdest Clothing Store 8 8 33 Hi 1. .a No brass band, but a surprising exhibit of all the LATEST IDEAS IN CORRECT DRESS for men and boys. Original and exclusive patterns.,.a" combination of high grade values and moderate prices...you are cordially invited to come and inspect them.- Men's Fall and Winter Overcoats cut in the very newest fashions. Men's Nobby Fall Suits in all the newest shades. Fashionable Tweeds and Worst eds in Over Plaids and Fancy Mixtures, cut with narrow, graceful lapels, shape re- tnltiJrtcr f rnnf Q. t Men's up-to-date Trousers...made of Fancy Worsteds and Tweeds; cut inconserv-. ative and peg top styles, lined and trimmed in the best possible manner. The E Home of Juvenile Fashions. You can have no idea of the extent of our BOYS' and CHILDREN'S Department unless you visit it. It contains every article of wear necessary for Youths, Boys and Children. Youths' Suits, 14 to 20 years, single and double b...

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. — 15 October 1903

Mexico'' Missouri M VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1903. NUMBER 50 HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Richard Reynolds has to this city from Texas. returned Mitchell Boon of Jonesburg is a pupil in the Mexico public schools. Charlie Hamilton has buck to his county from ma. ' moved Okhilio- ,A. E. Juhnson, Sadie Devaney and W. 1. Williams are new read- era of the Mepsaok. W. li. Williams, the North blacksmith, lately moved from TColia, is building up a trade. i . side here fine Charlie Gillilnnd of Farber re- eently sold 20 acres of land Wellsville to the Burlington Co. at $75 per acre. near It. R. Sam Morris paid $16.50 for hickory nuts one duy hist week", all bought from one party, n young man living east of Mexico. Mrs. J. 11. Crawford of Decatur, 111., and hood ye ars, well known in Mexico in Worcester neighbor--where she lived several is visiting here. . J. N. Rosser has sold his 123 acre farm, one naif mile south of Rush Hill, getting $50 per acr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 October 1903

T'exieu r.liss&urii'Iessrjo XO.-fN BALs PuliUfihsr. IEXXQO :., W33WIU " 7-"?? "' -?'-L-J "- China Is still opening port and noth ing In the bottle. As to Manchuria, Russia also is op posed to a policy of scuttle. After holding off for eighteen years the sulky record has given in to Lou Dillon. One's favorite sin looks awful wick ed when committed by somebody you don't like. Next to keeping a good resolution tho hardest thing to keep Is a good bank balance. No matter how many times the air ship problem is Solved, it remains as much a mystery as ever. The would will give the sultan credit for being seriously annoyed at the slaughter of those 50,000 Bulgarians. Possibly the decision of the govern ment to cease making pennies is the first blow at the slot machine octopus. ' An Italian aaval officer could 'not withstand the attacks of a newspaper. What kind of defense would he make in war? ' Tell a man that he Is smoking too many cigars, and If he thinks he's smart he'll answer: "I'm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 October 1903

Millions to Replace Discover Large IuSSia and Japan jeacH t Langley .Aeroplane Tillman Gives His An Utter Failure Version of Shooting Bridges on Delaware Spot on the Sun P:. -pft' Wft- f Hundreds oFloodbound People Rescued Along LehirfH ClVer . Easton, Pa.: The Delaware River began to recede about midnight Satur day and continues to fall rapidly. The Lehigh and the Bushklll are still backed up for miles, and everything .along their banks Is flooded. It Iff im .possible to estimate the loss or even approximate it, but in Easton and towns up and down the Delaware It . will take millions ' to replace the bridges and repair the damage. The'Balvldore and Delaware division of the Pennsylvania Railroad la closed and trains are stalled here. Big wash onts occurred up and down the road. The North Delaware River highway 1 damaged to the extent of $20,000. Mayor Lehr directed a ' relief corps, composed of policemen, national guardsmen and citizens, that rescued hundreds of flood-bound persons ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 October 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. ZnUrrd ftt th Totofllce tt Moilco Mo., at fAcond-clai matter. THURSDAY. OCT. 15, 1903 The statement is being made that the, Folk papers are receiving pay for their work. Not a word of truth in it. It is rumored that the post office officials will secretly celebrate the adjournment of the Washington grand jury. Cockrell again reiterates that he wants to be Senator, not a candi date for President. Why not let the good man nloue from now on? Andrain Democrats are going to insist on a primary to name their nominees for the State offices next year. It's Jeffersonian, and right and proper. A Folk for Governor club was organized at Armstrong last week. It. S. Walton, editor of the Arm strong Herald, is secretary of the club. The St. Louis attorney has many friends in that neck 'o the woods. Cuba is about to send a strong lobby and a band of press agents to Washington to look after the interests of the reciprocity treat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 October 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 15, 1903 vJ HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. T Circuit Court adjourned lastSat nrday. Fulton is soon to have free mail delivery. Will Smith or Banta D'e ta em ployed at the Wilkerson Nursery, southwest of thia city. Scarlet fever in two or three homes in Mexico. The places have been quarantined. Roy Cable of this county sold last 86 head of steers in St. Louis week which brought him $5. The Auxvasse street fair was held last Thursday. It was a great success. Many from Mexico at tended. Miss Mittie Peck, near this city, a few days ago was presented with it handsome new Kimball piano, a gift from her parents. L. B. Barnett, of Mexico, won first prize in the contest for the hest trent.leman horseback rider at the St. Louis fair last week. William Schutte.on Bean Creek, p.nn cht his lee in a corn cutter last Friday. lie was badly wound ed and will be laid op for awhile. Hon. J. A. Pottsbf this city is chairman of the committee to Innk after the Missouri horse breeders'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 October 1903

Missouri Doings EARTHQUAKE IN MltSOURI. Vibrations Accompanied by Low Rum bllng Noli. De Soto. Mo.: A distinct earth quake shock was felt here about 9 o'clock Sunday night. All of the churchea of the city were toldlng services at the time, and there was some consternation until It was found that no damage bad been caused. Houses shook and window rattled for about thirty seconds, but not a tmllding was Injured. Some crockery fell from the shelves and was broken, Ahla being the extent of the loss. WJhat was more alarming than the vibration was a low, rumbling noise like the roar of a train, which follow ed Immediately after the shock. It seemed to come out of the earth, com ing from the southeast and moving to ward the northwest Reports which have come In here In dicate that the shock was general over the lead belt In New Madrid, Jefferson and St. Francois counties. Felt In 8t. Loul. " St. Louis: An earthquake of more than usual violence was felt In St. Louts Sunday night at four minu...

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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. — 15 October 1903

I. w j i Languages of Animal. Tha dog can emit four or Ave differ ent tone, each Indicative ef a special mental condition, and each, fully an tlerntood by it companions. The fowl la credited with from nine to .12 dis tinct vocal sounds, each capably of a special Interpretation by its fellow: The gestures of the lower animals are either facial, like the gttsnaoes of the moukey, or changes ct bodily attitude, like thoso of dog. . Storekeepers report that the extra quantity, together with the superior quality of Defiance Btarch makes It next to Impossible to sell any other brand. ; ' .. Danger In Cigars. It may perhaps not be generally Jcnown that in the manufacture of ct . gars the workmen commonly moisten the Up of the clear with their Hps, instead of using water or another fluid ; which they can readily obtain. The , workman claims that this process saves time and as he is paid by the piece the sarlng of time is a material object to him. Philadelphia Medical Journal. PUTNAM FADELESS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 October 1903

THE MESSAGE TIIUKSDAY, OCT. ,15, 1903 Term of tfubitcHption: One rear $1.00 Six Months ......V) Three, Monthi 25 1 . 1 L.71 v r ! i r i t i . i t i t i , i i i i r i , t i : ti it AT EX8C', DAVID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON. COI'VKIUHT HW3 Br NOAH . JOUNRTOX ruTOFPtCR: KOUTK2, I.AIWONIA, MO. CHAP. XXVII Secret VICE. Seb- About the middle of. September, 18G4, David Moses aud Robert Har ris left their ht-mes near Columbia, Missouri, to run the blockade and enlist in the Confederate army at Richmond, Virginia. The city of !St. Louis gave little indication of the great war then in progress; ex cept here and there a Federal offi cer, or private soldier on furlough, parading the streets. To Chicago on t lie Illinois Central was soon made, then. around the Southern shores of Lake Michigan ,to De troit, where after a rest, and a stroll over the city, their boat soon crossed the beautiful, clear waters of Detroit river and they were nfe in Canada. Wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 October 1903

Missouri Message. IEXIGO. VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1903. NUMBER 51 HAPPENED and X V KJ 80ME LOCAL AND COUNTY A. B. Smith Mexico's carpet man, had abont the prettiest booth of anybody at our coru carnival. Otto Roth, near Worcester neighborhood, has rented a farm near Mexico and will move thereto in the spring, Mrs. Morgan Clem of Yates.Mo., visited her brother's family here dining corn carnival week, Mr. Robert Ilooton. ' - The Mexico Maccabee Indies hud a booth nt the corn carnival, locat o.A northwest souare. It was a oiiiet nook to lady visitors for city-. the Mr. William Ileizer and Miss An uie Bacnett both of this city, were married yesterday. A splendid young couple and they have our congratulatoins. J. T.,Trabue, east of Santa Fe, an old friend of the Message man, came over Thursday to enjoy the corn carnival. Mr. Trabue used to reside at Farber. The Message will give a year's subscription to the party bringing the best ten ears of orn '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 October 1903

Ucxicb Missouri f.lcssage 39 dS OEAU FuUlDhar. "IEXTCO MISSOURI W. ... a ! - - The war cloud now hovers darkly over tb football teams. Telegraphic communication with Nome will help, but canned goodu can not be sent by wire. A none named Highball won a rane In New York. It was quite natural for It to run to the head. Much might be forgiven Abdul Ha ni Id If he would feed the veil of Monsa tir to the Bashibazouks. "Kid" Curry, the Montana outlaw. In aa evasive as a taxpayer when the assessor makes bis rounds. In pawnbroklng circles a panaroa bat Is not accepted as an equivalent for a hypothecated overcoat. Another author-tramp has been dis covered. Are the authors becoming tramps cr the tramps authors? Here are the football experts out with a new set of rules, and some of us haven't mastered the old ones yet! Tesls on various eajed animals show that all are sensitive to ridicule except the hyena the brazen crea ture! A diplomat declares once more that Europe is standing on the edge of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 October 1903

Japan's Terms '. for Settlement lloree Muit Fvemt In UnJr Jap , enese Influence Tcklo: Japan la willing to come to ao agreement with Russia regarding the far Eastern difficulty on the fol lowing terms: Korea must remain en tirely under Japanese Influence; the Mikado to recognize Russia's present Arrangement In Manchuria, but In the three eastern provinces effective Cbln oe sovereignty to prevail and the open door to be maintained. Important cabinet meetings . were held Wednesday and Thursday, and the Impression in well informed cir cles Is that Japan will Insist on Rus sia's fulfillment of her promises. England's Deep Politic. London: Evidence of a less appre hensive feeling regarding Russo-Japanese relations was conspicuous at the foreign office Thursday. The officials believe that the rapid crystallization I Anglo-Franco-Italian friendship, to , gether with the Arm attitude of Japan, has given the Muscovite pause, and may result in an adjustment of the far Eastern situation on pri...

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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. — 22 October 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John lieal, Editor and l'ropnetor. EnUred at the PottoIHe at Mexico , Mo., at second-class matur. THURSDAY. OCT. 22, 1903 'Good government" js the is- eue. A bad "nigger'' and bad whisky are a bad mixture. No man in this State is so big that he is the whole Democratic party. The boodlers are all Folk that's the hardest ever put it. against we have Champ Clark made a rousing speech at the Democratic rally at Moberly last Saturday. Oive the people a chance to say who shall be the nominees for tlie State offices next year. The corn exhibits and the stock exhibits at the Mexico street fair were par excellent, fine. See list of premiums awarded elsewhere in the Message. A Folk for Governor club right up against the State capitol has been organized at Cedar City. It starts out with a mem bership of 127. The Moberly Democratic rally last Saturday seems to have been a great success. Reed 8 rooters were sat down on the only sensa tion was Stone's speech....

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 October 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 99 lonri J UlDOriUm tvn uinnrtrtui. I LULU AiW nAJ rLfllrtU, fc Annt Jane Ricketts is serionsly ill. Born, to S. S. Howard and wife, ft gon. The Carnival Co. shows will winter in this city. James Kyle, living west o Mex ico, is reported Very sick. lilt a i oniuruuy nigni was me first killing frost of the season. The little son of George Gallop is afflicted with the scarlet fever. Born, to J.W. Dowell and wife, of near Benton City, a daughter. J. F. Stewart, northwest of xuexico, suffered stroke or paral ysis Monday. Mrs. Rose Sh'ankweiler of near Wellsville has moved to Mexico to school her children. VV. II. Upham stuck a' pen ,in hin pv the other rtnv. Thomialinn has caused him a good deal of pain. " Ralph Wilson and family are here from Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. They are thinking of locating in this locality. . ' ! Tuesday marriage license was is sued to Mr. H. ,P. Dopglass and Miss Ada Kellerbals, both of near Rnrm Cir.r. .'- Ilall Jones, hurt by a traction e...

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