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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 December 1903

S : ' THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. )EV. 10, 1H)3 Ttrum of SHtgrrif)tion : On year II.IK) Si MhihM so Tliron Monlli!. 25 DftU ID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. HY TOM DENTON. flirVICIwllT HV Knll . .HllJNMoN iiimwfh'K: imi-Tn, 3. i.aimkinia. mo. HAl XXXV. (.'ami Like. Tlie kcckikI Missouri cavalry, to which David Most! and Robert Hums had ln-rn ussignt'i, was in camp near Jiliikely, a villntfe east of Mobile liny. Very few tents were there. Tlie soldiers had their gniy Miinkets stretched over poles not more thiin three or four feet from the ground. Thrne 'hunks' were iwd ns sleep ing )l.-iees. Mt pf the visitors were reeeived on some log, or ini ii(ivisel suits, in llipojien air. Colonel Rohert MeC'ulloch, who li 11 tl t'tunmiind of the brigiide broken regiments nnd depleted companies, received the bloekude runners cordially and assigned them to Company G, Captain Wil liam Harper commanding. The small, cheerful, blu-eye. captain welcomed the 'boys' with merry laugh ...

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 December 1903

FT.'.TE HISTORICAL I'D Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1903. NUMBER 7 8? ? rr.: i-T-'-rrriT - . ..-V-;,,,. ?.. - '. -"" Sterling Solid Silver Thimbles, the 25c kind, 10c now. 50c 25c " 1847 Roger Bros. Knives, $3.00 kind, only $1.75 " 1847 " " Forks $3.03 " " $1.75 YiJtl Vl 1JLJ3 Setli Thomas eight day clocks $2.50, $5.00 and $15.00. Diamond Rings, Brooches, Scarf Pins, olid Silver, Cut glass, and Fine China at lower prices than elsewhere. Engraving free of ch trge. Forks $3.03 " HAPPENED and SOME LUUAL amo tuuiN i t Hogs dyiug in vicinity of Saling from cholera. Mrs. Mollie C. Moore, of uear Hollensville, has moved to Mexico to reside. J. D. Pulis will have charge of the Clifton T. Jesse farm, near Thompson, uext year. Chas. Cafsell is suing his wife, Annie Cassell, for divorce. Defen dant alleges indignities. . W.E. McDonald, late of Thomp son, now has a position with a big jewelry house iu St. Louis. Mr. W. T. Murill aud fam...

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 December 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Honl, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at llie I'ostefflcc at Mexico Mo.. a 'ik1-cUm mutter. THURSDAY. DEC. 17. 1903 Spot, the eandidate who ia afraid of n riinnry eleetioti. Hear Captain Allen's lecture the Court llnuxe tonight. ut "The Lighet tribunal in Mis souri is the people of Missouri." Thin starlet fever Fpread in get ting more serious. Let the public be careful. The C. & A. bounced un em ployee the other d.ny for violating the rule, of the road against im bibing liquor. The Fnrber Forum favors "a gen eral State primary," but i9 not w illing to take anything of a gor.d thing if it cannot get it all. Uive the people a chance to say who phall be the nominees for the Stale offices and it. will bo Ht-ttled right and to the satisfaction of till. We learn that "Toot" Ellis is again to have charge of the Van dalia Mail and Express. The Mes saiiV. gladly welcomes Bro. Ellis back into the editoral harness. Th present City Council of Mexico...

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. — 17 December 1903

SUPREME CCU3T r ' "' " J REVERSES BUTLER CASE .Holds That Wo Crime Under the St 1 . -tnte Wti Fowibl,. Jefferson City, Mo.: The Supreme Douce Wednesday reversed the Butler ftrnn jtt technicalities and dismissed r.uUr Tha opinion was written by Judge Jmet. Fox. and concurred In by hi associate of the criminal division, .Judgs Vamos B. Gantt and Jydce Gavoa D. nurses. The ease thus disponed of la that tn wherein Edward Butler of St. Louis eras convicted of offering brlbo of 12.609 to Doctor Henry C. -Chapman of the St. Loul Board of Health, for his voter on the city's gar bage contract The trial was taken to Boons County on change of venue, and m told before tho late Judge Hocka !. Cutler was sentenced for three year. Ttio Supreme Court's opinion, cover ing some sixty typewrittten pages, re oversea tho decision of tho lower court and discharges the defrndent. The main grounds for the reversal are that tho Board of Health of St. Louia bad no authority to make a con tract for the reduct...

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 December 1903

I!:xicb nissourir.!cssago JOAX BEAL, Publisher. f JEXICO MISSOURI It In better to hive no Inek and loss than never to have a show at alL Ixm Dillon cousin appear to have vSemonstrated that ic1 trots In the Jstnlly. Of rourno those Frenchmen who Vide in airships look down on people la automobile. Aa Atlanta paper refer to a man of the name of Agutnaldo. Borne editors .have wonderful memories. The price of coal la to be advanced. No reason ! given except that the coal men want the money. Ka-Captaln Carter ha Anally aerv nl nla term In the penitentiary, much to bis surprise and chagrin. General Ma, we are assured. Is will ing to father a Chinese I a van Ion of Manchuria. It would be racial lulclde. If South America subdivides much snore It will require all the time ot the man who Invent new designs for g. The man found In bis own house after bavins been missing for twen ty 8 ve years dodged an awful lot of trooble. A St. I-ouls sclentint has discovered the Kraft microbe, tranHmltted to...

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 December 1903

THE GENDER Of ARKAN8AR. Small Boy Claimed It Was female, and Proved It. . ' "The life of a school teachor would ba sorely monotonous," said a teacher of a boy's school not a hnndred miles from the City Hall, !if It were not for hla sense of humor and the 'really funny things which happen every tiny , lu the school room. One day, for in stance, I had up my smart class In grammar and set the boys parsing. I called to Moses, a colored boy, to parse Arkansas, and he said 'Arkan sas,' with emphasis on the second syllable. t corrected his pronuncia tion, and ho went on: . " 'Hark-en-saw Is a noun, objective case, Indicative mood, comparative degree, third person, passive, and nominative case t(J scissors.' " 'Ton haven't said what gender, Moaen,' I remarked. "'Feminine gender,' quickly re marked my smart scholar. " 'Why, sir?' I asked, somewhat puz sled. '"BecoB lt'g got Miss Sourl on the norf, Louisa Anna on the souf, Mrs. Elppl on the east, and ever so many more shemalea on the west.' "...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 December 1903

i r millionaire proud of marriage: to actress t "I am In full accord with the an cient S;artan law which compelled a man to marry by the time lie attained the a a of thirty-six.'" William Aator Chanler, former con gressman. African explorer, author and millionaire, thug announced three year tigo Ms vlcwa on man and matri mony. In h! thirty-sixth year he took unto himself a wife In the person of Miss Minnie Ashley, who baa won fame by her beauty and cleverness on the dtagr, being formerly a member of hc San Toy company. Mr. Cliaulcr met his bride while he wen at Harvard. She was then on the tage in Boston. Miss Ashley has a tiandttonie home at Great Neck, I I., where she has spent the greater part of her time lately, as It Is about a year eloce she was seen on the stage. It is announced that Mrs. Chanlcr'a taice career is forever ended. Hence forth she will be a member of society and will be received by reason of her marriage Into the Inner circle of SALUTES NOT IN HIS HONOR. Solutio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 December 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. li, 1903 COUNTY COURT Molds a Short Session Bills Allowed Petit Jury. 2 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. H Mia. John quite sick. Ewiug him been Two or three cases of gem-let fe ver reported at Molino. There were nine burials in the Mexico cemetery during the month. Mrs. M. B. Paige has been con fined to her hume for a month with the K""'P- Two childreu iu the home of J. C. Carter, southwest of Mexico are ill with scarlet fever. C. 13. Browning at Molino sold a small drove of hogs to v W. W. Mundy at $4.10 per cwt. Eld. Lowe, pastor of the The County Court whs in session part of Monday mid Tuesday. Pol lowing was in the list of the husi ucss transacted: Bill $14.20 to County Cor.mrC. T. Varnon, inquest over body J. M. Riney, allowed; same, $20.80, body Riclntrd Roach, o'lnved; same, 12.46, body VVtn. Johnson, past: allowed. B.Brown, building D.ivis bridge, $G3.00; W.Il.Morris.County Clerk, stamp account, $6.12; John Bal- lew, repairing Court House, $3. 50; Drs. E.S....

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 December 1903

THE MESSAGE rnblislicd Every Thnrslny, John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered at th PoMofllee at Mexico Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. DEC. 24. 1903 The country Democracy in aroused, we fell ynu. Christmas greftings and best wishes to nil Mr.ssAfiE reader. Send the Mkssaok us n Christ inas or New Year's ne.sent to III) absent friend. The Farber Forum ha entered its twelth volume. Charlie Davault publishes a pood paper. Arrange to simre up all your little debts by the close of Hie year. Try that kind of a resolu tion. We don't care for Christum presents: just send in the price of a year's subscription to the Mi:s 8AOE instead. . Tin Centralia Courier was mak ing faces at the Mkssai.i: last week. Dou't do it, brother; it is the last argument of the spoilt child. Harry II awes says he found .Toe Folk. But Lon V. Stephens found Ilawes.nnd it was one of the poor est finds Stephens ever made. Senator Dietrich of Nebraska lias been indicted itgiiin by the Fed eral grand jury. Th...

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

JAPAN CONSIDERS ' RUSSIAN OFFERS 'Th Internal Troubles of Korea Oiow More Acute. 'Tokio: The senior statesmen of Ja pan have Just mct-for the purpose of considering the reply ot the Russian Government to the Japanese propos al concerning the differences In, the far East. . . Seoul: More rioting has taken place at Mokphe, and Monday a Japanese mob . wounded seventeon Koreans. High Korean officials are flurrying to Mokphe to try and quell the disorder. ' So far flURsla has not Interfered. United States Minister Allen has de manded a definite answer from , the Korean Government In regard to the opening ot the Port of Wlju. .Despite American'. British and. Ja panese pressure, HuBBlan Influence over' the Korean Government 1b appa lently unshaken, and It Is expected that Korea will procrastinate In deal ing with the matter, and possibly may refuse eventually to act 'at all. A feeling of unrest .Is growing among the Korean people,- who fear that, whether It bo peace or war be tween Russia ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 December 1903

r?:xic& Missouri Cessans JO5N' BKAU Publisher. Mexico MIS30UJU The old dowagwr empress continues, fcowever, to fee China's real General Ma. A tubonwe by any other name would smell as sweet and probably cost Just as much. There are said to be mora suicide rn Monday tban on any other day. Monday la wash day. Ijord Kitchener point with pride 1o th fact that it took a tunnel to put lilra down and out. A london authority says that shy ness is due simply to a wrong menial ot'e. Obtuse or acute? Another Vanih-rUIt girl hus been born, and thus a rosy outlook Is pro Tided for some future duke. If the Sunday proposal Isn't binding great many men will no doubt be norry the fact wasn't announced be fore. There is at last ono new thing under the sun; the billposters and distribu ters have discovered "real art" la bill boards. J. M. llarrle, the English author and playwright, has an income of $3S,OO0 year. Yet they say he Is lncliued to ba taciturn. Bohemia has declared American beer to be th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 December 1903

VHi CHANGE WA$ MADE. Mt IX Was the Big Firm That Paid Increased Rent. - Jules Ihiret, the French Journalist, .who has announced that Americans rnako love too coldly, la the aon of a rlcb and astute merchant. M. Huret likes to tell a story In Illustration or hie" father's line business sense. "My father, years aco," he will begin, "occupied a small shop on the ground floor of a large building. He was then at the beginning of his career, and his Income was somewhat paltry. He was, however, an eco nomical man.' " . "A clothing Arm occupied all of the building except the portion held by my father, and tbls firm had arranged with the proprietor that they should have that portion, too, whenever they were ready to pay the rental de manded. "Well, one day they decided to take . In my father's shop, and their man ager accordingly called on him, and In a friendly way told him that he had , better look about for another stand at once, since his firm would be taking over the ahop in May. '"But ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 December 1903

Missouri Doings EXPECTS INDICTMENTS IN FOST OFFICE SITE CASE. SUunltwl XnTestiaratlon. Said to Ha Uncovered Tltt a Cases. Hannibal, Mo.: The bribery Investi gation touching on the purchasing of tbe sites for the government building la ?rut of the Missouri citloa. in chiding Louisiana, Moborly. Klrks rille, Columbia and Joplin. which haa been Inaugurated by the federal grand jury in Hannibal, baa created aome- hat of a sensation in the ritiea nam .fd. Charges of bribery had been beard lor aeveral month, but little thought or a grand Jury investigation was ever entertained. The grand Jury examined over thir ty witnesses last week, and it is sup-l-oard that moat of the number was in connection with tbe alleged bribery . case. When court convenes In Jan uary It ia promised that a far greater umber 'ill be examined. Of the sub .ocau leaned so far the following have lea summoned by the court officers: W. A. Gunn, Justice of the peace: R. H. Goodman, cashier of the Louisiana bank; W. G. Tl...

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. — 24 December 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DE(J. 1903 5 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, Stove repairs on hand, lie Ferris. See Les- II. J. Carotene, lately from Iowa, hos moved to Mexico. Good plumbing and plumbing goods. Leslie Ferris. The New Globe, T. J. Hoxey proprietor, has undergoue substan tial repairs. Last Monday was the shortest day of the year for the next six months atleast. The friends of J. D. McKee would like to see him re-elected as city collector of Mexico. VV. J. Crow, a popular merchant of Farber, shied a "wheel" at the Message last Friday. Thanks. Dr. J. B. Hawkins, in this city last week, united in marriage Mr. W. H. Foster and Miss Osie A. Crum. E. J. Hannold and family hare moved to Mexico from Slater. Mr. Hannold is an employe on the C. & A. railroad. Mrs. Bertie Riney, 120 Arch street, Hannibal, Mo., remembers the Message in a substantial way. We bow our most earnest thanks. "Doodlebug" Wilson, colored, of this city, is serving a sentence in the Montgomery county jail on the charge ...

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. — 24 December 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1903 Ttrmt of tiultcription: On yar Sl Montht :l Threa Months DftUID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BESTOX. corrmriiiT V.fi nv noaii a. jounmos posTorrirE: noi:TK i.ahkoma. mo. CIIAI. XXXVII. Esu of Wak. W'OKKS OK PE.u K. The closing buttles of the war were fought, while M-Culluch's brigade was at camp Baldwin. General Lee's surrender, April 9, 1854 to General Giant, Gen. J. K. JohnstonV. April -G, to Gen. Sherman, and Gen. Dick Taylor's department to Gen. Can by, Mayo, left no armed resistance east of the Mississippi river, While this news was coining to tie soldier, they were (piite shocked ti hear of the assassina tion of the President by Jn. Wilkes Booth, but no one for u inomsnt believed the Confederate Government hud any connection with the sad event. They did not kelieve in Mr. Lincoln's coercive measures, but they did highly re spect his integrity of character. The second Missouri cavalry marched to Columbus, Mis...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 December 1903

Message. XICO iVIISSOUR. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 31. 1903. NUMBER 9 ME HAPPENED and HAPPENING. V ' A ' SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NfcWS IN PELLET FORM j C. M. K'eudall of Motion, Iud., Miss Rosamond Oiltlnio took to l)H8 moved to Mexico to reside. His t her bed with the scarlet fever lust vocation is auctioneer. week. T. W. Oliver of Oliver county , i III., is moving to a farm south of Benton City. Phillip Rmsel of this city was aboard the passenger traiu wreck elnear Godfrey Kan., last week. Ten persons were killed and 22 in jured. Russell escaped unhurt. Mrs. Milt White, near. Victor, Monroe county, has 400 chickens. The Paris Appeal says Mrs. White, since last January, has sold $202. 50 worth of poultry and eggs. Some Audrain lady might beat that, but can she! Edward Buh, son of C.F.Bush, of the Duly neighborhood, north west of Mexico, attending the pub lic school here, took sick just be fore the holidays and was obliged to return home. Edward wasn't...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 December 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered nt the PoMoflico at Mexico, Mo., as (wooiid-rlfts matter. THURSDAY. DEC. 31, 1903 Give the people the initiative and referendum and purity iu pol ities, as some claim now, will not be bo fur from an iridescent dream. The Republicans have n ring, national in its scone. It is trying to head off Roosevelt's nomination for President next ycar.and it may do it, too. It is statod tliut Judge 11. W. Johnson, Circuit Judge of this disriet, appointed by Gov. Dock try upon the death of Judge llughes, will he a candidate for election to this office next year. Ainlrain will urobahlv have a candidate iu the field for Circuit j oar 111. will hp a I . i "..;' i..,.!l ,md ! lUOll t'l 111 ' ... - thoroly qualified we don't keep any other quality iu these parts. "Of his own positive mistake," that was the verdict against En itimr Whitten for causing the wreck on the Wabash near Hcnton Citv last week. Hut the railroad .. ,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 December 1903

JAPAN HAS SET LIMIT FOR RUSSIA'S ANSWER Buys Large Quantities of Pig-Lead, in Australia. London: The Daily Mall Kobe ccr fespondent says it is reported thai the note of Baron Komura, Minister of Foreign Affairs, to Baron de Rosen, the Russian Minister, Jn response to Russia's reply to the claims of Japan had a paragraph to the effect that only two weeks would be allowed for an -answer. This period expires Jan. 7. The correspondent of the Daily Mall at Sydney, New South, Wales, cables that the Japanese Government has placed oidera for large quantities of pig lead with New South Wales con , corns, and that the'presumptlon is that this lead will be used for the manufac ture of bullets. Aids Korean Railway. Toklo: At an extraordinary meeting of the Cabinet Friday It was reported that it was decided to issue an emerg ency ordinance autborlzlng-the guaran tee of the principal and interest of an issue of ten million yen debentures on the Seoul FiiRan Railway, which It is expected, will be ...

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