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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 May 1900

Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1900. NUMBER 00 Missouri MEXICO John Vajjaman, who kept a sa loon lit LnOrnntfc, Mo., committed suicide last week ly shooting him self thru the head witli n revolver. H. 1). Wells, ndrngtfist at Kush ville, Mo., committed suicide by shooting himself last week. What's tfettinff the matter with the dnitf tfists? The gcm-rul coiiferenci' of the M. K, Church has aholished the time limit of pastorate. A preach er can stay on a charge now as long as the congregation wants him. The 4!tth semi-nnnunl session of the Hannibal Iistriet eonfereiiei; of the M. K. Church was held nt Louisiana last week. Kev. J. J. llicks, of Mexico, was elected sec retary. Kev. A. ('. Mendenhall, of Laddonia, delivered an address. Kknatok Uai.k says he has dis covered powerful influences, com mercial, mercantile, money and political, with intimations and hints that this government is nev er to withdraw from Culm. Of onr.se, the imperialists ar...

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. — 31 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY .'II 1!HK) Published Kvcry Thursday. John Heal, Kditor and Proprietor Entered at tin' I'lwtnUiiM' lit Mexico, Mil. ns sccond-clns iim t ti-r. i Tt r nix of Snhst rijil : One Year SiN Month cctit. Three Muiitlii .'" ri iil-i. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLAHK. For State Kenatoi 11th District, M.K. K. HHHiS. For Kciirrsentntivc, HIIODKS CLAY. For Collector, ALHKKT HAKUISOX. For Sheriff, (Jt'INVY 3AM KS. For Prosecuting Attorney, IIOVVAKI) L. MCKLKY. For Assessor, .1. M. NIPPLK. For Treasurer, .1. II. KALLKK. For Surveyor, . S. M( KIXXKY. For Coroner, )I. K. M l).niII)(iF()KD. For Public Administrator, .1. K. JKSSK. Judge Western District, .1. A. LKWIS. Judge Kastcrn District, iUY MiiTNF. Kick Again, Will You? Four years ago Hie etirpent ers of Omaha were offering to work for the wages of eoininon lalior, l.'i ets. an liotir, hut were unable to obtain employment. Today they are en gaged in u strike to improve the scale, which is up to .')." eents an hour. Omaha D...

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. — 31 May 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY HI, 1900. OKI papers for unit .very cheap nt the Meksaok ofliec. A. J. Wiiiseott, of thin city, will assist in the census taking of Mexico. Circuit Court convenes next Monday. Docket elsewhere in the Mi:ss.(ii;. A ilagtnan on the Mt. Leonard last struck by a train killed. C. & A. near Saturday was and instantly The recital given by the music seniors at Hardin College Tuesday night was enjoyed by an enthusi astic audience. Seven young ladies received diplomas for graduation in music. Dr. .1. F. Harrison, of Denton City, we understand, is thinking of moving to Mexico. Dr. Harri son is a young man of splendid promise, and all our citizens would welcome him to Mexico. We understand that Dr. (. H. Mayes has sold out his oflice prac tice at Thompson and will locate at Centralia. Dr. Mayes is a line physician and a thoro gentleman, nnd such a man will succeed anywhere. Mrs. M. Ij. l'hipps, of St. Louis, well remembered by a goodly num ber of Mexico people,' re...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 May 1900

Hardin Art Lcvec. The art exhibition nml reception nt Hardin College last week was imieh enjoyed by the public. Large crowds were in attendance. A fare well addi-ess to the nrt class was delivered by Mrs. Smith, she an nouncing also the result of the contesi. Miss Estelle Harper won the medal for the best exeeuted piece of china. Miss Marie Walsh, of Topcku, Kas., won for the most improve ment in china for the year. Miss May Fitzpatriek, of Arkan sas City, Kas., won for the best piece in water colors from nature. Over 200 pieces in nrt were on exhibition, and all were highly ad mired. Many pieces were worthy of mention. Two Vandalia ladies, Misses Nellie Davis and Pess l't tcrbaek, had line collections. Oth er young ladies in the list were, Misses Parth, Morris, .Tones, West brook, Schopp, Smock. The work in burnt wood also attracted much attention. Hardin's nrt display this year, for originality and completeness, would be difficult to excel. OUR DAUGHTERS. A Speech to Mothers Which...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 June 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1900. NUMBER 31 In ppcnkinj; of trusts Jerry Simp son lnvnks into son as follows: "They've vr t tin' liiliiii-cii factories. Ami they've got tin1 whisky stills: They've f.'nt tin1 cotton compress. And they've i; it the textile mills; Tlii'y'vi' got most hII tin1 railntiiils. And there's ecMalnly mom for doubt "I" lint they'll get yiiii. littli- merchant. If yn:i-I).iii't Watch Out." Missouri shipped .")7"i,.'ll() dozen i'gM lust year. !ive the Mkssaok it share of your lejral printing. A cucumber furm of 1,10:) ueivs is a late projcet nt Lawrence, Kan sas. 1'crry is working for a doulde daily mail between that town and Laddonia. Mr. V. 15. Ih'tienne has been employed to teach in the Michigan district next term. J. L. Horton, of this city, is working Modern Woodmen infer- I ests over at Columbia. The reuiaiiH of Thomas Howe, j accideiiliilly killed at Marshall last week, were brought to this city fo...

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. — 7 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .irXE 7 1!KM) Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor anil Proprietor, Kntercd lit tin1 I'ostofliec lit Mexico, Mil, a sccond-cliiss Milliter, i Tmiis oi iSitbsrriiitioii : Olio Vnir Six Months.... Three Months. l.m. .."ill Cl'lll. .;. fonts. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLARK. For State Senator 11th District, M.H. K. 11KI1IS. For Representative, RIIODKS CLAY. For Collector, ALHKRT HARRISON. For SheritT, liriXCY JAMES. For Prosecuting Attorney, IIOWAKD L. RICKLKY. For Assessor, J. M. SlPPLE. For Treasurer, J. II . SALLEE. For Surveyor, R. S. McKIXNEY. For Coroner, DR. K. McI),DRID(IF()RD. For Public Administrator, J. K. .IESSE. .Judge Western District, .1. A. LEWIS. Judge Eastern District, (IUY MrO'NE. No Subject Colonies. V. R. Hearst, president of the National Association of Demo cratic Clubs, has issued an address to the country which' should he thoughtfully and prayerfully con sidered by every voter. It is an appeal for a revival of old-time American patrio...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNK 7, 1 lit HI. Streetcar trouble in St. Louis still on. Born, to Kev. A. A. Wallace and wife, a daughter. A Kebckah Lodge, I. O. O. F., has been organized nt Vnndulin. Always read the "lilack Flag" ads. in this paper. Bargains nt that store. Dr. T. V. Harrison is at Dr. Cave's office during the hitter's nb senee at Chicago. Otto Sehuster, of Peoria, 111., a saloonkeeper, shot his wife and wounded himself. Iinhcrt Daughert.v, at Sturgeon, while out hunting Tuesday had his right hand shot off. Mrs. liobcrt 1'aige near Farbcr, is (uite ill at the home of her father, Mr. Frank Seroggins. Congress has adjourned. Chump Clark orders his MKSSAtiF. sent to him nt Howling (irecn. Financial trouble caused the sui cide of James Fisher at St. Joseph Sunday. He used n revolver. The State Democratic, convention in Kansas City adopted a resolution in favor of franchise taxation. The pupils of Miss Katheryn Den no gave a pleasant piano reci tal at Miss Deane's home Monday ev...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JUNK 7, 1900. A Consuming Center. Colemn's Kural World Kays: Mexico, Mo., is consuming $1 ,HH worth of strawberries jut week. This would seem to he n pretty good allowance for n town of 5, (MM) people. It indicates, too, that tlio peo)le of Audrain County's capital have capital tastes and that, it must be n town of capitalists. It illustrates another point that far mers frequently lose sight of, namely, the value to them .of pros perous consuming centers. If the $1,000 worth of stra wherries con Humeri in Mexico per week is pro dueeri in the vicinity of the town it means the distribution of lots of money in that community during the strawberry season. ATTACKS BRITAIN. Thoughts Expressed by the "Message" Weeks Since. Washington, June 1. At the opening of the session of the Sen ate today, Mr. Perkins presented a petition from organizations and individuals of California asking ('ongress to make an appropriation for the relief of the tarnishing peo ple of India and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 June 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1900. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 32 See change in Wnlmsli thin card. Tli" Farlicr hank made an earn ing of H per cent lust year. Jcfl'crson City will linvi' lit r mini horse show Aug. 7 !. an- Vaudalia lias a lutsiiicss frdlt'T' nml it is lilierally put rnii..-.l. Tlic police of Chillieothe an1 for bidden liy ordinance to ficiiicnt saloons. Win. Sexton ami "Mini" llollo wny, of Sturgeon, have located in Oklahoma. IVof. I. .1. llicks, colored, has lieen elected superintendent of the colored school of this city. Mr. Clande Williams and Miss Mary Wisdom, west of this city, were united in marriage last week. Win. Chirk, u merchant ut Van dalia, was united in marriage one day last week to Miss Lois Hum phrey. Lightning struck a vacant house in Sturgeon the other night and it was totally consumed. Loss, ?."im); no insurance. My the accidental discharge of a rifle Men, the son of .1. II. Canada, of near Sturgeon, is liercf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .U'NK 14 11100 Published Kvery Thursday. John Ileal, Kditor mid Proprietor Knli-nil tit tin- l'lwtoHlri' at Mexico, Mo., us siTiinil-chi matter, i Ttvm of Snhsrriplinii : One War !.'. Si Months '" nuts Three Mmit lit int- For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLAKK. For State Senator 1 Hit District, M. K. K. P.IUUS. For lfeprescntative, KHODKS CLAY. For Collector, ALDKUT HAKKISON. For Sheriff, OT1NCY JAMKS. For Prosecuting Attorney, HOWAKI) L. DICKLKY. For Assessor, .1. M. S1PPLK. For Treasurer, J. 11. SALLKK. For Surveyor, It. S. McKINNKY. For Coroner, DJi. K. McI).PIIl)(!F()KI). For Public Administrator, .1. K. -IKSSK. Judge Western District, .1. A. LKWIS. Judge Kustern District, i r v MccrxK. "Expresses Our Senti ments." That is u heading used liy tin Cedar City Chronicle in quoting this editorial front the MKss.MiK Sunday baseball playing in Mex ico should have emphatic discour ageinent. e don't need it. It looks bad for it Christian eoniniu nity. Let's not have it. Kil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 June 1900

I THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JUNK 14, 1!)(K). Coiintv Court in session today. Kan Kendall, laic of Mexico, is now located nt Auxvassc. Horn, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd. Tom linson, a daughter. li ckridjc Steele is now a sales man with Mark I'ilehcr, the jewel- County Teacher k'ins its work at week. Institute he Lnddnuiii next .lacol) Snook is said to have the haniier field of corn, down near Hush Hill. The Northeast Missouri I'ress Association meets at Kirksville lime Our soldiers killed Filipinos last week. Nine Americans also hit the dust. I. N. Cross ln-onght home three live young jack rahhits from his western trip. Dr. A. C. has equipped electric fan. White, the optician, his olliee with an I j. Ilortou, of this city, will deliver a rousing speceh on Wood craft at Williamsliurg, Callaway county, on Inly lth. Leslie Scott, of this city, will leave with his family hy wagon this week for Oklahoma, where they expect to locate. Dr. W. I Couwell, of this city, was a witness to the street car riot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JUNK 11, 1900. To have willing feet, A smile that in sweet, A kind, pleasant word For nil that you meet That's what it in to he helpful. In a mild, gentle way To help through the day To make some one happy In work or in play That's what it is to he helpful. Terry Simpson says his people can think of hut one thing at a time. In lSilfi they eould think only of fii.i. sili-ci- nn.1 tliis vinr (hcv me onlv thinking of how barbed wire lias riz'd. Alexander Jester's trial for the alleged murder of (Jilbert (Sates, thirty years ago, is set for trial the 0th of next month in the Halls County Circuit Court. One hund- red persons have been summonsed from which to select the jury. A Hardin Pupil. The Father Forum says: Miss Alberta Kennen, who came under the head of "Proficients" at the Hardin College recital at Mexico recently, has a large class of music pupils in Farhcr, who are making rapid progress under her able in struction.- Miss Kennen is taking advantage or ine s...

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. — 21 June 1900

Mexico " Missouri Message. volume i. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1900. NUMBER 33 Ccntrnlia will celebrate on tlio Fourth. County Teachers' Institute at Lnddnnin tliis week and m-xt. Miirsliall thinks the C. & A. will build tl new depot lit that place. Heavy ruins last week greatly damaged the wheat crop in several counties in Illinois. .1. 11. Kilwanls, of Jefferson City, is the new secretary of the Demo cratic State Committee. J. W. Llewellen, by sheriff's sale, 1 (ought 74 acres of land ad joining Vandalia for $2,(MKt. "This is the season," says the St. Joseph News, "when it occurs to you that you have friends in the country." The Kansas City Star says: A Vandalia inule which wasn't dis criminating in his knocking, kick ed over a bee-hive and was stung to death. W. J. Stone, W. S. Phelps, 1). A. Ball and (iovernor Lou V. Stephens are the Democratic dele-gates-at-large from this State to the Kansas City convention July 4th. The Howling tim-ii Times has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 June 1900

l THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .U'NH'-M V.HH) Published Kvcry Thursday. John Heal, Kditor and Proprietor, Kntercil al tin; l'o.-tiillii'i' ill Mcvicii, Mu., us niriiiiil-cliis.M Hiniii r. i Ti riiis of Suttsrriiilioii i One Vi'iir l.i. Six Months .vi itiiI. Tlnve Months ".: ei-nl. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CHAKK. For State Senator 1 1tli District, M. H. K. ?Ki iS. For Representative, KHODKS CLAY. For Collector, ahhkkt hahkison. For Sheriff, (JUIXCY JAMKS. For Prosecuting Attorney, llOWAKD L. 1UCKLHY. For T. M. Assessor, SIPPHK. For Treasurer, J. II. SALLKFi. For Surveyor, It. S. McKINNKY. For Coroner, DK. F. Mcl).l:i(ll)(il'()l(). For Public Administrator, .1. F. .IHSSF. Midge Western District, I. A. 1,14 WIS. Midge Fastern District , m?Y MrCCNK. Stiff Gnmes. Champ Clark and DeAriuoud both of Missouri, want the Demo cratic leadership in the next house of representatives. Champ when he tries to down DcArniond is up against a game as still' as when he tried to boost Mr. Hall into the governor...

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. — 21 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THl'liSDAY. .U'M: 21, 1!I0. liorn, to .Mr. and Sallcc, u dauu'hlcr. Mr, Work is iii(t;icssiiit; on tin new Military Academy buildings. I!. K. (.'nulhorn iut the reaper into his wheat crop Ihis week. A severe storm swept over Okla homa and southwest Missouri Mon day. Luther P.artiett, of this city, is "ediicut in?" a horse for a Dallas, Texas, jjenllenian. Hishop Lane of the colored M. K. Church, preaches in i his city next Tucsdav nijjht. John T. Cogswell, near Thomp son, sold u tract of land to H. McDonald, WTrlli feet, for $."(). Hon. Charles K. Stokes, of this ( ity, Prohibition nominee for (iov crnor, has been invited to speak at Laddonia on the Fourth. The Kmmons Wool Co., of this city, expect to handle J00,M ) pounds of wool this season. They now have l(i", ()()() pounds on hand. liloomiiiKton, III. suffered a e;rcat loss by fire Tuesday morning. Five Mocks were hurned including the court house. Loss nearly two million dollars. Prof. .1. Perry Wordcii, A. 1$., A. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JUNK 21, 1000. THE BRAVEST r THE TENDEREST. In a popular magazine was n-lu-ted, not many months ago, nn in cident illustrating the tenderness of Abraham Lincoln. While pay ing Grant a visit at his headquart ers at Corinth, Miss., he heeame much attached to three kittens lie found there, and when leaving he gave orders that they should le treated kindly. It iseoneeded now by all that Lincoln was kind to everything and everybody, lie was so much inclined to pardon soldiers for violation of army rules that his cabinet advisers often be came impatient with him. . It was a quality of his kindness that he could be as tender toward his en emies as to his friends. It was due to this fact that his death was al most as much lamented at the South as ut the North. In this trait of Mr. Lincoln's character shines forth the true greatness of the martyred president. The great and brave are always kind. The little and cowardly are sure to be cruel. A man displays cruelty by whi...

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. — 28 June 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1Q00. NUMBER 34 "I'mle" David M.C'nfi l n, of Siintii IV, is reported seriously ill. Mark llaiina lias been re-elected chairman of tin- Heptiblicnn Com m it t ec. James ( irecn, soul li of Mexico, had three sows killed by lightning last Friday night. Miss MaryConklcy, of near Kush Hill, will again teach in the Hick ory drove district, .lames Carter, near Santa IV, lost a conle of horses ly light ning the other day. Hon. Kichard Dalton will he one of the distinguished speakers at the Laddonia Fourth of duly Celcbra tioii. The average young courting man is either an "intender" or a "pre tender" an ideal beau or a real hore. Mcxieoand Vandaliaagain cross ed hats in n game of hall last Thursday. Vaudalia was victor again. Five hundred automobiles are to he placed on the streets of St. Louis. The street car strike en couraged this move. Some one has said that one grain of common sense weighs more than...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .IINK liioo PuMislifil Kvcry Thursday, John Heal, Kditor mill Proprietor. KlltiTl'il lit tin- IWiillice Ml Mi-vicn. Mu.. iis nil-i -lux mailer. 'I'rrinx f tSulisi riil inn : (n.' Year "" Siv M.mllis -lit- Three Mmitlis ill-- For Congress. HON. CHAMP CliAUK. For State Senator 1 1th District, M. K. K. I'.KHiS. For Kepieseiitativc, KHODKS CLAY. Fur Collector, ALI'.KIfT IIAKKISON. For SherilV, (Jl'ISCY JAM KS. For Prosecuting Attorney, IIOWAKD L. P.ICKLKY. For Assessor, .1. M. SI PPM-',. For Treasurer, .1. II. SALLKK. For Surveyor, If. S. M K INN FY. Fir Coroner, Di;. f,. Mi D.P.i;ilMiFoi;n. For Pulilic Administrator, .1. K. .IHSSF. ludgc Western Distriet, .1. A. LKWIS. Judge Fasten! Distriet, (il'Y .Mi ( I NF.. Criminal Docket Con tinued. KxiT.I'T those who plead guilty all criminal eases in tin- Audrain Circuit Court this term were con tinued, and in caeli case tin- con tinuance was lind at (lie instance of lite defendant. These same cases have already lieeii con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JUNK 2H, 11MM) W. L. Corner is ti salesman in the Solz shoe, ntnl clothing store. Eight persons were killed near Ireen Hay, Wis., in nn excursion train's collision with a freight. Alt Hubbard and wife, married over ii quarter of a century, have separated. They live at Sturgeon. Sturgeon has u new doctor. 14. M. Taytnan, a late graduate of the Columbian school of Osteopathy at Kirksville. Five negro wenches engaged in a fight in Sturgeon the other day. The matter was arbitrated in court; line 7.50 each. The two Mormon missionaries still think there are hopes in Mex ico. They will endeavor to get a hall to hold meetings. A 14 year old negro boy will be hanged at Little Hock, Ark., Aug. 20. lie killed Wm. Davenport, a blind farmer, near that city. "Our Human Slaves in the Phil ippines" is the title of an interest ing article by Frank Shepherd. Twelve year old girls are sold for 13. Dr. II. K. Hinde and daughter leave for their European trip to night. They will vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 June 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. Jl'XK 2, 1!MK) MISSOURI LIBELED. An Eastern Magazine Gives the Ninth District a Write Up. The following i taken from the Missouri Democrat: Theodore Di-iescr 1ms printed 1111 intuit in Ainslie's Mugnzinr on "Chump Clark, Hie lan and liis llistrict." Of rniirso tho newspa pers of the ninth district are say ing some unpleasant things nliout Jlr. lrieser, who was formerly n reporter for tin; St. Louis Ripuhlir, ns the following from the Wells ville Keeoi'd sliows: In Ainsley's Magazine for dune Theodore Drieser has an nrfii'lc, "Champ Clark, the Man and his District," which for genuine rot tenness and lug lies "takes the cake." We don't know where Drieser lives, ltut we know where he ought to live. We can't under stand why this fellow has been al lowed to run at, large." Here are some things Mr. Drei ser savs alout the District which are not true, as every Missom ian knows: "The land is of meagre popula tion, of crude habitation, of old fashioned ideas, of simple,...

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