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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 November 1903

NEW 51.000.000 SANATORIUM TO DE BUILT " 'TS. J .T The Sanatorium. the money for 'which has been provided by an an onymous donor, who In underHlnod to . be Blr Ernest Casscl, Is to be built on splendid upland In Bviwx at a height of about 600 feet above sea level. King Edward, who formulated WOULD HONOR NOBLE WOMAN. Alabrma Remembers Mrs. Hopkins' Devotion to the South. A bill has been Introduced la the Alabama legislature to place the por trait of Mrs. Juliet Ople Hopkins, the no-railed Florence Nightingale of the South, In the Alabama portrait gal lery. At the beginning or the civil war Mrs. Hopkins dispose of her val uable estates and gave the proceeds, amounting to some $200,(MHt, to the confederate government to be used in establishing bospitals. When the how t'ltal corps wait organized at Rlrn aaond Mrs. Hopkins was appointed rbiet matron. She was also closely associated with the hospital work of lee's army. Mrs. Hopkins beeame destitute after the war. but refused a purse colle...

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. — 26 November 1903

"Reyes Fails,' But ' ' Is for Peace Panama's Coramliilonr Civ Up the Battle ' Colon: The Panarualan commlanlon conferred at length Friday with the Colombian commission, . beaded " by Gen. Reyes, which arrived. Thurs day from Savanilla on i the French (earner Canada. The Panamatana re fused every overture, declaring their position to be irrevocable, and declared they would not receive any further commissions from Columbia unlets they recognized the Republic of Pan ama. Gen. Reyes accepted his defeat gracefully, but stated that be would visit' Washington on official business before returning to Colombia. The Panamalan commission, com posed ot Senor Arias, a member of the Junta; Senor Mendoza, the minis ter of Justice: Scnor Constantine Aroeeraena and Senor Antonio Zu blcta, came here from Panama Friday morning and boarded the Canada Im mediately. , The Colombians made strong appeals to the Panamalans to re-enter the Colombian republic, prom ising them concessions and protection. Tbo P...

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. — 26 November 1903

Ccxicfr Missouri f.!cssaga i q i . .- JOHN BEAU Publisher. , "Hexico ...... MISSOURI at- ". As a wonder, the two-mlnuts trotter testsd Just about that long. ' "An artistic swindle" la Impersonal, Sol it Involves one or mora artistic swindlers. It would be a weak kind of patriot- Ifim that could not survive If deprived C tbo toy pistol. ' Ume. Mrlba refuses to be Inter- flawed by reporter. Must be afraid of striking a falsa note. .Every man has his price, but most ot us are able to remain ostensibly Ixmest because we can't get It. ' The day still may come when the .American trotting horse will be used lo aot the pare for automobile races. ' Sometimes the man who proudly -wears a campaign button in his coal lapel baa, to fasten his suspender with A atL You enn never make a woman be lieve that the grocer who stops to ad mire the baby Is giving her short weight i It Is sported that tha recording amet bating hdr ot the New York political books is suffering from writ er's cramp. rronauiy ...

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. — 26 November 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1903 Q HAPPENED AND KAPPENiNG. Hogs over about Anxvasse are Belling at $4.25 per cwt. Mrs. VV. J. Botta is recovering from a severe attack of the grip,. The cadets of the M. M. A. give a reception to the Hardin students to night. - II. L. Bickley, Prosecuting At torney, is iu Virginia, on' legal business. Mrs. Jiln D. Worley and daughter, Miss Bettie, at Molino, are reported very sick. CbaHia Wiukler at Rush Hill has finished his studies nt Oetn City Business College, Quincy'. David Rodgers, near Rush Hill, is gathering his crop of corn. Says it is averaging 67 bushels per acre. A public entertaiunient is to be given at Maccabee Hall tomorrow night. Music and speaking . and drill by the team. VV. B. Starr of this county sold two car loads of hogs in St."Louis last week, the stock bringing him B. A. Thornburgh still suffers with that terrible neuralgia in his face. Seems that the doctors cun give him no relief. - Dr. and Mrs. L. O. Rodes, late of Mexico...

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. — 26 November 1903

5 ( THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 26. 1903 Term of tiuhtcripiion: Onn ypr 11.00 Kli Months 50 Throe Month 2J PftVIP MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS CF PROVIDENCE. MY TOM BENTON. tll'VHK4llT 1!0 HV NO All A. JOIINSTOX ltTiFFK'K: MOITIC I, I.AIlPOXlA, MO. CHAP. XXXIII. IUnmxw T1IK HUXKADK. The day wan clear when the City of Peteinhurg. n lilockade-runner, started from Halifax to Wilming ton, North Carolina. This narrow , long ship whs built for speed. Sev eral times it hud successfully made the mn, nnd c ime out loaded with cotton. Besides enough conl to make the round trip, she had on board quite a cargo of fish from Weir & Co. The crew was nRelectone. Lieu tenant Koss. Swope.Elhert, Broth erton, Unbelt Harris and David Moses were the only passengers. As they sailed out of the beautiful harbor past Oeorge's Island the soldiers gave three rousing cheers which was heartily returned by those on board the ship. Soon all appearance of land was losl. T4ie water seemed to rise nil...

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. — 3 December 1903

ct -.tt: msTonicxt. r, fl Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1903. NUMBER 5 HAPPENED and HAPPENING. RnMe inr.AL Awn miiNTV Mrs. R. J. Moore of this city been very sick. . Charlie Browning, near Molino, is selling his last year's corn at $1.75 a barrel. "Uncle" Robert Davis of near Thompson will celebrate his 90th birthday this month, lie is yet'u hale and hearty man. The Farber Forum reports that Win. French, of Mt. Carmel vi cinity, will be in the race for As sessor of Audrain next year. W. E. Cauthorn, the teacher in Gant neighborhood, was obliged to suspend school three weeks re cently on account of sickness. . B. F. Turner and wife, of Sa liug, have moved to Centralis. Mr. and Mrs. Turner Lave lived on the old farm at Saling over fif ty years. Union Thanksgiving service was held at the Promenade Metho dist church in this city last Thurs day. Invocation, Rev. A. W. Ko kendeffer: reading Scriptures, RevA. A. Wallace; prayer, Rev. ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 December 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. KnU-rod II ti e I'iMiUiflice at Mexico Mo., vi cond-rlmii matter. THURSDAY. DEC. 3, 1903 Good morals and politics roust learn to herd together. It is not a slander on Missouri to peak of the Stale's needs. The friend of Orlando Uitt are urging his candidacy for Prosecut ing Atiorney of Andrain. Michigan parties are figuring on establishing a gas phint in Mexico. Hope they'll do it. It's needed. Democratic primaries, that's the thine- Give the people full voice in the nomination of the candi dates. Au interesting article on anoth er page of the Meshaue relative to th frauds dug up in the Postoffiec Department. There are astound ing revelatious of long-existing corruption. No paper in this section of the State downs the Message in the matter of giving the news local, State and national. Look over the news service carefully we give yon this week . They failed to convict "Al"' Morrow in St. Louis lat week, Gov. Dock...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 December 1903

SPAIN IS AT OUTS ; WITH VENEZUELA XLl Trmtmftot of Spanish Referee X ths Cause, , Washington: Relations ' between Iflpaln and Venezusela, which bare long been strained because of the 111 treat ment In Caracas of the Spanish Min ister, who acted as referee on the Venezuela-Mexico Commission, bare been broken off. The State Department baa been In formed that the Spanish Government has withdrawn the exequatur of all Be Venezuelan Consuls In Spain.' Dl omatio relations have been nonex tent for several months. The action is not surprising, but baa 'created a great deal of comment, es jpeclally as the diplomatic representa tives of several other Powers in Cara cas are understood to be Indignant at the treatment accorded them by the Castro administration. The Venezuela-Mexico Commission reached an agreement awarding the $400,000 in claims to Mexico, but It is understood that President Castro forc ed the Venezuelan member of the com mission to withdraw, whereupon the .Spanish Minister at Ca...

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 December 1903

JO AM BEAL. Publisher. "iUKXICO MISSOURI jL, , 1 Thinking about work i enough to teak soma people tired. A soft answer turneth away wrath, aad eomeUniM bill collectors. And the man who paid 1300 for first edition of Shelley In London la tnied Wise. All a person has to do with his troubles these days la to get outdoors ad forget ttem. Any automobile can be stopped In tin own length, if what it runs Into strong enough. About the only open-work stockings that are being worn now are those that need to be darned. I It Is Just like a mother to do her on' problems In algerba for him, and the to he proud of him for it. The man who has been married three times may be m pessimist now, trxt he warat a little while ago. "When Part apes Newport by doing smart set" honors to a trained anonkey Imitation ceases to be flat tery. The man who writes sixteen pagw love letters before he is married thinks si tea-word telegram Is very long after ward. Prince "Cupid" aays that the way to pronounce his name...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 December 1903

,'; J J j ) i L Miss Rose Pefsrsnfl.SrtTp-bi Miss Rose Pefsrsftfl.Sern tarv Park dc la Term?. dih. CM. cago, from experience advises all young girls who bare pains and sickness peculiar to their sex, to use Lydia E. Pinkbsm's Vege table Compound. - Bow many beautiful yoirnrr rirla de velop Into worn, listless and hopeless women, simply because stidcient atten tion has not been paid to their physical development. . No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic pain, and young frirls Just budding Into womanhood should be carefully guided physically as well as morally. Another woman. Miss ITannah E. Mershon, Col llngswood, NJ, say I "I thought I would writ and tell yon that, by following1 your kind ad vice, I feel like a new person. I u always thin and delicate, and bo weak that I could hardly do anything. Men struation was irregular. " I tried a bottle of you r Vegetable Compound and began to feel better right away. I continued its use, and am now well and strong, and men str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 December 1903

SAMUEL GOMPERS PRESIDENT 'Samuel Gompera,' re-elected presi dent of the American Federation of Labor, baa been tbe executive of that organization, with the exception of one rear, alnce 1882. He was one of the founder of the federation and ince hia fifteenth jrear has labored earnestly to organize tbe working peo- A WOMAN'S IDEA OF HELL. .Drawn From a View of the Crater of Vesuvius. ' Vesuvius dominate the whole land scape. Her. finally got . the better of ;us, drew as like a magnet; so, finding that the ascent can be made from Sorrento, as well as anywhere, we I gave a day to It The road, an ascend ing spiral, embraces the' great black 'mountain like the colls of a serpent 'tAt first It leads through pleasant vine lyards; when these are left behind the dreadful lava fields begin. Tbe weird 'forms of the petrified rivers of lava, once red and molten, now grim and J black, suggest human bodies writhing .In the clutch of horrid monsters. Here a huge trunk madly wrenches Itself from the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 December 1903

Matt THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1903 XX HAPPENED ' AND HAPPENING. Hogs over About Anxvasse are gelling at $4.25 per cwt. Mrs. E. M. Crooks, at Worces ter, who has been very sick is much belter. Mrs. N. D. Green, on account of ill health, has closed the Central Hotel in this city. Little Miss Gladys Humes, of Worcester, who has beeu very sick with pneumonia, is getting . well again. The M. M. A. boys gave an ele gaut reception Thursday night to .the Kemper foot ball tsam and to the students of II a id in College. Charlie Peterson of Vandalia spent Thanksgiving here with his wife, who is at the home of Mrs. E. T. Smith. Mrs. Peterson has been in ill health for some time. ' . Miss Myrtle Day of this county, visiting her sister, Mrs. John Faires, at Endieott, Washington, took down with the typhoid fever while out there; is just recover ing. Oen. W. II. Kennan while in St. Louis last week scoured Joseph W. Folk's consent to make a speech in Mexico soon. Fie will speak at Centralis the...

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 December 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 3. J9():) T'rms of Subscription: One your 1. Sin Mniulm Tliiw Month r DftVIDMOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. HY TOM BENTON. COI'VHK.IIT I'.t.O II V S'lAll B. JOHNSTON IV)TlFri( K: BO l Tfc I.AHIHlNIA. MO. CHAP. XXXIV. Kicii.mond to Mnmi.i:. Saturday morning, October IJO, 1864. David Mosm and Hubert U. Harris wore at their hotel in Rich mond, tin' ('onfi-dr-iatc capital. Their hearts were filled with giuti tude, Hiid as tln-y gazed upon the statue of Washing on on horse buck, surrounded by statues of Jefferson, Miidison, Monroe nnd other ns sentinels to guard the liberties of their country, they felt a glow of patriotism. They culled on General John H. Clark, Sr., . who was one of Missouri's sena . torn, also General Harris, theu in C. SS. Congress, For once Daved and Bob were in favor of different paths. Bob wished to join Mor gan's cavalry while David wnuted ; lo be with (Jeneral Wade Hampton. While discussing this subject, Senator ...

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 December 1903

souri Message VOLUME V. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC, 10, 1903. NUMBER 6 Mexico Mis 1st IX. m un vv u u v u u u u Lis elephone Service! OF f r n y u u I sj? jii . Pffl The Popular - System TO S X- LPD Also to East St. Louis, AltonsBelleville, Terre Haute, St. Charles, Warrenton High Hill, New Florence, Jefferson City, California, Tipton, Sedalia, and many other points. Ask Toll Operator for Other Stations and Rates. For the subscribers of our exchanges and patrons of our Toll Stations, we have secured THROUGH COPPER METALLIC circuits, without practically other stations on the same, direct to St. Louis, Kinloch Telephone Co's exchange having 12,000 telephones'. Direct service to the Jefferson City exchange of 650 subscribers, and to Hannibal, Bluff City Exchange with 700 subscribers, and all other independent Exchanges at above named places. PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THAT THESE EXCHANGES CAN ONLY BE REACHED OVER THE TELEPHONE SYSTEM OF THF BUFFUM TELEPHONE CO. Quick itat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 December 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered al tli rostoffice at Mexico Mo., as f iNnid-rlKHA matter. THURSDAY. DEC. 10. 1903 diet ready to attend the Missouri State Dee Keepers' annual meeting to be held in this eity next week. A St. Joseph police judge sen tenced a tramp to a cold water bath every day for a week. That ought to euie hint. A young Chicago bandit offered a jail guard $25,000 for a chance to escape. If the bandit really had the "stun""' it would have bought a Missouri hoodler several time. A meeting of the Democratic committee for the 91 h Congress ional district is called to meet in Mexico at 1 p. in., Thursday, Dec. 31. V. L. Gupton is chairman of the committee and T. J. Ayres is secretary. The Mexico Folk club asks for what the Message has been con tending for, that at the Democrat ic primary the voter be given a chance to vote for his choice of iiotniuee from constable up to governor. Fat cattle are three cents cheap er on the m...

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. — 10 December 1903

JAMES L BLAIR GIVES $10,000 BOND. Tiro Bills Are Reported Against Him x By Grand Jury. ' St. Louis: Two Indictments charg ing forgery In the first degree against James 1. Blair, former General Coun sel for vthe' World's Fair, were re turned with the Grand Jury's final re port to Judge Daniel G. Taylor Thurs day afternoon. Accompanied by counsel, Mr. Blair appeared at the Four Courts at o'clock nd gave bond. Judge Taylor 'fixed the amount of ball la each case .at $5,000. Judge James A. Seddon, Blair's for mer law partner, and Attorney John F. Lee signed the two bonds. . Blair was then taken back -to the Mullan .phy Hospital. It Is charged that both of th al leged forgeries were committed in connection with Blair's co-trusteeship In the Blow estate. . The indictments charge that by means of forged and counterfeited deeds of trust the de defendant obtained from the estate .iris fxin James T.' Roberts, who at one time -was a clerk In Blair's office, gave the first testimony against Blai...

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. — 10 December 1903

T'sxicb f..isscuri Ccssaga JQAX DEAL, Publisher. "tEXICO MISSOURI A woman dropped deed t a bargalr trounter. Found she had left ber prrsa at borne perhaps. The elertrla light baa made It joa slble for a great many people to work "while th sun-dial Bleeps. If! nut wise to judge the morality ef a community by the attendance t church on a rainy Sunday. ' Canada doesn't know what to do -with the brace of little Islands that Jhe boundary award did sire ber. It's bad luck to walk under a lad der. If the .u with a hod happens to drop a few bricks Just at that time. It will take some time for soldiers to inarch from Boicota to Panama, for the road la 500 miles Ions and ten feet deep. Father Time seems to be running the thread of life backward In the rases of both Adcllna Pattl and Sarah Bernhardt. - A man with an expressionless face la like a dog without a tall you can't tell whether he la your friend or Is boat to bite. And the Indian eleven beat U. of P. On the whole, the famous "big four...

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. — 10 December 1903

MM Straishtcsi Up T main muscular stupports of body weaken and lot go orator or LumWro. To mtxnrm. rtocthoa And ftraichlao up. a j St Jacobs Oil I to a So. and 00c - ro not In ptiystaai condition to xpertmente You oan't af. ford it. That Is why wo reoom snonrJ ' v Dr. GnkbdiV Syrup f opsin for old people It acta upon tlM kidneys, liver and bowels, and If you keep those three organs In good condition you are sure to feel well. It's guar enteed by your druggist at SOo ami 1 .00. ' , PEPSIN SYRUP CO., MonHetllO, III. CAPSICUU VASELIHEl trvr VI M cm.i.Ai-al.t.a Trump) A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not blister lb. most delicate akin. The pain-allaying .nd curative quelitles of this article are wnnd.rful. It will stop the toothache at one' and relievo head ache and sciatica. W. recommend it as th. best and safest external counter-irritant known, also aa an external remedy for pains In th. chest and atomach and all rheumatic, neuralgic and louty co...

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. — 10 December 1903

FilHGIDHHT'S MESSAGE TO FIFTY-EIGimi CONGRESS Chief Executive Recommend Passage of Important Legislation Causes Leading to the Formation of the New Republic of PanamaNo Obstruction Now to the Building of the Isthmian Canal Venezuelan .Dispute a Triumph for International Arbitration Extension of Purposes of Appropriation for Enforc ing Trust and Interstate Commerce Laws Favored - Public Land and Postal Frauds Need for Treaties Making Bribery Extraditable Relations of the Government to Capital and Labor. Tho F resident Charge th Colombian Covtrnmrnl with Acting In Bad faith in Repudiating the Treaty Between That Country and the United State Precedent Brought Forward to Explain ':: the Attitude of the State Department in the Recent Crisis .Country Ha Been in an Almost Constant Stat of Turmoil v lor' Many Year The Importance of Preserving Peace in :; the Isthmus Declared of Paramount Importance. President Rosevell's message to the second session of the Fifty-eighth Con gress is substant...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 December 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 10, 1903 g HAPPENED AfiD HAPPENIKgTcT Hay Jamison, colored, died Sun day night of consumption. Harry Owens, little son of Wm. Owens, hai the scarlet fever. C. T. Howard, southwest of Mexico, has sold his farm to a JSouth Dakota innu. STATE BEE KEEPERS. Miss Ethel Ilnrley of Perry ar rived last weak on a visit to Miss Alma Williams here. Rev. Leo Howard of Hannibal is assisting Rev. D.S. Smith in the revival meeting at the Mexico M. E. ehnrch this week! Mrs. Annie R. Hale, FnltouJ Mo., who formerly .lived at Rush Hill and Benton City and who has relatives near Vandulin, is a uew reader of the Message. Mrs. M. E. Jordou of this city attended the funeral of her little granddaughter, child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wet ton, at Slater, the child's accidental death mentioned elsewhere in this paper. J. U. Wilkins, seven miles southwest of Mexico, is feediug 40 head of flue steers and 100 head of hogs. Says the price of stock is down uow, but he looks for better prices...

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