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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 February 1904

Csxica Missouri Hessags JO AS BEAU Publish. "trxico MISSOURI Tounv Mrs. fVirnellua Vanderbllt la wtrkmiiT thlaklng of running her tut )ac (or Congress. Tha price ot carpets has advanced sharply, and Mn, Mala prop Bar shell tony only rags hereafter. Canada (111 clings to opera bouffo. Fifteen guns were fired at tbe opening ctf the Toronto legislature. The Mad Mullah gave England quite tr chance to rtt up and ia prob ably aorry now that he did It. If the corporation ot typewriters) at SL . Petersburg and Tokyo hold out Oder tbe strain all may yet be veil. ( An England views It, this Is an oc ean Ion when the white man may have o take up the yellow man'i burden. Why should the girl propose. ven ta leap year, when they can make the mea propose at any time thty want tatim to? Before Russia and Japan get ; through the Chinese (tapers will doubt Jena be able to announce Home big real estate transfers. A 'Chamberlain parliamentary can didate haa been defeated in England. Hut "Pushful Joe" h...

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. — 4 February 1904

YOUR "UNCLE" IN CHINA. Pawnbroklng an Institution In th . Flowery Kingdom. - Fftwnbroklng Is a great institution in the "flowery land," saya Golden Penny. The Chinese ' pawnbroker's, however, is quite a different kind of establishment from ours of the city of London. The pawnshop of China is more a stronghold, a place of quiet and afe repose for valuable Jewelry and miscellaneous and costly wardrobes of. the people.- It aluo, In many tnstancesi performs the equally Important but r somewhat costly function of lending; to the needy, and, as in the collection of our own Jand, one may see the rmioh prized Jewels and trinkets of happier times,, which caused their poor' owners many a bitter pang to part with, heartaches that? were perhaps brightened with the hope that one flay they wbiricl be ttl to redeem them. To listen to the man st-HIng thes. un redeemed pledge 4 to pno of the choice entertainments . pf the, Pekln.jstrCetV. He; 1b selected by the pawnbroker for his' fluency o speech a...

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. — 4 February 1904

Missouri Doings THIRTY HURT IN STREET CAR WRECK Sroaday Car Crashed Into Bar of Cmr Ahead ( It 8L touts: la a rear-end collision be tMa two crowded cars oa the Broad way line of the Transit Go- on South Broadway, Jtiet north of Osceola at., t 7:15 o'clock "Wednesday moraine more than thirty persona were Injured, two probably fatally. The cotltalon oo -mrrrd daring a denae foe;. Both cars were bound north. Car No. 1739, la . harjre of Motor man Christopher Jder nwa. raa Into Car No. IMS la charge of liobrntn K. M. Barnes and Conduc tor C. L. Bltton. According to many of the passengers on the Aral car It had been at a stand till for aereral minutes when the other came up from behind and crashed Into' It. Motorman Barnea and Conductor Sittoa, ia their report, and the transit company officials claim that the car was running alowly. The collision demolished the rear platform off the front car and the front vestibule of the rear car. The Iron frame of seats were broken off and all of the ...

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. — 4 February 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1904 Q HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. S3 The wife of the Rev. Dr. Pope Ye&muii died at her. limine near Columbia last Thursday, aged 70 years.- Thomas Baas of Mexico sold C. A. TUleS, President of the St.Louis Fair Association, a fine saddle mare a few days ago. Mr. Hershell Deskin and Miss Nellie Brown, both of Sturgeon, were granted marriage license in Mexico Monday. Miss Betha Humphries of Mtx- ico has been selected to teHch 'the spring term of school in the Sneed,AI1 otlier personal. district. She taught at the same place this winter. Clendeniu Cafe formally opous nexi &aiurday. Tho King's Daughters will have charge- the first day, the proceed to aid in the building of the Home for Womeu. Aged E. R. Hagau of near Laddonia desires to say that he has 8 or 9 spans of 3, 4 aud 5 year old mules for sale. They are in good shape and tine condition. See him if you want a good mule team. 2t The Mexico City Democratic Club, R. D. Rodgers president and C. M. ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 February 1904

THE MESSAGE THUKSDAY, FEB. 4, UHH !.-..-- ' " " Terms of tSiibteriptiun: One year ",, !i Month :l Throfl Mmih ' Pointed Paragraphs Don't let any one friliti-ii ty the cry, "you'll disrupt you tlio party." Just tell them llic are the party, mid will see people to it that the party is protected against rascal mid ringed. The people should see to it that the man who is not willing to trust lii t case in thfir hands is not leeied to office. If hf wauts to get hi oflW by trickery, there something crooked about him; don't trust him. Would it not be nice to get Mr. Folk to switch off from th main issue to abusing hYpiiblicaiisfTIi s is n contention among Democrats, and ought to be a friendly one, in which Republicans cut no figure; it is not their affair. Time enough to fight Republicans when the is su between the two putties is fair ly joined. By what right do n set of men claim that to oppose th' in, or question tlieirrit'lit to .ftie, is to disrupt the party? liy what right do they clai...

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. — 11 February 1904

TATT5 TUSTOftlCAt S O Mexico ssodri Message. volume v. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1904. NUMBER 15 Mi irf $ HAPPENED and vi V MMMMIII I Ji . lun r.nilNTY ? bUWC I 6Unc fcvu"w T. B. Sansbvrry, west of Thompsou, has moved t Mexico. Mrs. Arthur Brandon, north east of Rush Hill, has beeu quite 8ick' . Frank McClnre,, near Benton City, orders the Message to his acdress. w Hill. nouth-west of II ill, south-west Skinuer, is Message. a new readerof the Jacob Berry has moved from a farm east of Mexico to a farm east of Thompson. Mrs. T. J. Uoxsey of this" city is at San Autonia, Texas, for the benefit of her health. Mr. and Mrs. Edwaro Young of near MarMnsburg are the proud parents of a new daughter. Mr. L. M. Neal of Audrain aud Miss Lizzie Hensel of Mexico were grauted marriage license last week. E. R. Haean. near Laddouia, who eells bo many mnles, remem bered the Message in a substan tial way last Saturday. John Smith, who owned the store at Cuivre postoffi.ee, th...

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. — 11 February 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor aud Proprietor. Entered t tlifi I'ontolJlce at Mexico, Mo., coDd-c1M matter. THURSDAY. FEB. 11, 1901 County Candidates. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY WE are authorized to atmounco Orlan do (lilts a candidate fur rrosorutiiiR Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. WE ar aulliorlied lo announca John D. Orrar a candidnto (or Prosecuting At torney, subject to tlin action of the Democratic primary. A88ESSOR. WEareanthorlred to announce J. W. Yager a Candidate for County Assessor, subject to the Action of the Democrutic primary. Wc are authorized to announce J M. SI pple a Candida to for County Assessor, subject to the action of tin- Democratic primary. PUERIFF. WE are authorized to announce Frank James a candidate for MierllT, subject to the action of the Democrutic primary. WE are authorized to announce. II. I. Mlddleton a candidate for Sheriff, sub Jcct to the action of the Democratic pri mary. COLLECTOR. Wc aro authori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 February 1904

TAKING OF TESTIMONY BEGINS IN BUTLER TRIAL Jory la Selected and Preliminary Evidence Ii Beard. Fulton, Mo.: The hearing of testi mony in the case of Edward Butler, Indicted for Doodling In the city of St Louis, was begun In. the circuit court here Tuesday afternoon about 4 o'clock. B. 8. Jeffries, secretary of the city council, St. Louis, waa the first witness. He read from the records the famous lighting bill.' No. 44; gave testimony as to the oath tf the mem bers of the house of delegates and other Information along kindred pre liminary lines. The other witnesses called were Walter Edwards, secretary of the Board of Public Improvements; W. H. Judy, former clerk of the house of delegates; John A. Sheridan and George Martin, all of whom testified to the authenticity of bouse bill No. 44 and matters of a similar pature. J, K. Murrell, one of the star wit nesses In the case took the , stand Wednesday morning. During the testimony of Sheridan, Judge Krum Interposed an objection to his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 February 1904

i..sxicd Hissouri Hcssago 30 AS BEAL, Publisher. MISSOURI I-t ui hnn that Titlien Train Tim gone where he will b better un derstood. This Is leap year, but the girls are aa yet showing no disposition to take the offensive. ' IxTulsville has begun hot crnsa.de for pnre tnllk. Watered milk spoils tht punch, you know. Secretary Shaw says the boy Is "the most valuable thing on earth." iH Uteres the girl, too. Mr. Wu's admirers In Anwrtca are triad to ko that even in China it Is hard to keep a good men down. If radium will accomplish such won ders In combating cancer wby not turn It loose on the pneumonia germ? The length of the days has increased twenty minutes, and twenty minutes tinder some circumstances Is a good while. Chicago seizes the opportunity to advertise its piety by taking measures against panics in Its overcrowded churches. If you want to know how Corea feels. Just try to Imagine the sensa tions -of a bone that two dogs are lighting over. A man should not give a lady a kis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 February 1904

PRINT T0A4TS ON CUPS. China Maker Atart New Fad, and Verses Cover Dishes, i - Hostesses who do not approve of serving wines, and yet want to Intro duce a convivial flavor to the con versation, can now get china that la decorated with toasts. There are Ger man drinking aonga bn teacups that make one wonder If he is awake or dreaming, and there are some brown earthenware dishes from Scotland which look as if thev might have been used 'in Nannie Webster's cottage when the Little Minister took tea with her. "Come droon your sorrows In a cup o' tea," and "Take a cup o' tea, It's unco' refreshln'," is : written on the cups, and the pots and cream jugs are covered with auch comforting assur ances as "Bo happy while you're living, for you're a long time dead," and "There'a mair in the kitchen." The history of the widow and her friends is depleted on lunch plates, and there are egg cups with little rhymes In the same kind of gilt let tering In which "Souvenir," and "Baby," and "From a Friend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 February 1904

W W' w- m i Lincoln's I . A treat many wrl ten In the lant few" years have written abort ketche et Mr. Lincoln' birth and early history, ton of which aree in all partlao lar. For the want of proper Inform' Hon many of these writer have Jo mpel at conclusions. Firat of all was the sbametnl. dam aging report that Thoma Lincoln and franc? Hank were never married. They Urod In Hardin county, Ky now Iauer county, and were supposed to have been married there. No mar riage license could be found on rec (ord, hence the false report no mar riage. The article appearing in the Larue Jlerald Bays: : "Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks were married in Washington county, Ky., came to Larue from Washington couatf, and their oldest child, Eallle, was probably born there." Bo far so good. It also say Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hank lived in Jjiura county "until Abe was about 15 years old." Frequent mention has been made, too, in articles or sketches referred to t Mr. Lincoln' associates in Larue county. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 February 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1904 Ct HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. v2 A. P. JohuFou is a candidate for County Collector. Mrs. Jacob Baehr at Rush Hill is critically ill with cancer. L.E. Winn, of Gant, lost a horse receutly which, he valued at $200. Claude C. Carter and family will move to Los Angeles, California, to reside. Richard Edwards and family will leave shortly for Lawton, I. T., where they will "make their future home. l'rof. F. C. Douglass, principal of the Miirtinsburg public schools, is reported quite sick with pueu inouiu. Dr. J. E. Wallace of Gant, was in a runaway o few days ago. The tongue broken out of his vehicle but no other damage. - Mrs. J. A. Faucett, of the vicin ity of Gant, who by au accident suffered a brokeu rib some time since, 'is bedfast and suffering with pain in the injured side. Aftoruey Orlando Hitt of this city is in Columbia assisting in the prosecution of Fleetwood Gordon, charged with killing Hugo Doeling iu Columbia about a year since. There are a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 February 1904

THE MESSAGE;- THUBSDAY. FEB. 11. 1004 firmi 0 NubtcripHo ; Om ar ,l 0 Sit Months s. r, Tbm Monthi B.W. Hill, northwest of Thomp son, says be remembers Mexico iu 1849 wben but two boures stood in the place. They had "puncheon" floors and one stood where the Ricketts ft Emmons' store is now and the other stood on the south id of the square, about where W. II. Upbam's hardware store now stands. Fred Miller, alias Sam Mention, who attempted to cash a forged check on tbe Farmers Dank at Laddonia last December, plead guilty to the charge in the Circuit Court here last week and Judge II. W. Johnson sentenced biin to five years in tLe penitentiary. Bee Lewellen, assistant cashier, was tba man whom llenson tried to "work" in the bank. Goes to Monroe City. Monroe City, Mo., Feb. 6. The Reverend Father John Lyons of St. Stepheu's Church, IndianCreek, has been appointed priest in charge of the Iloly Rosary Parish of this city and will take up bis work here February 17. Democratic Committees. Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 February 1904

M M Mes EXICO ISSOU SAG VOLUME V. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1904. NUMBER 16 y HAPPENED find Kf ...,., 3J. OUmK LvViiAb mils vvun i j Talk f organizing a Rebeecah lodge Ht Benton City. The Circuit Court will hold an adjourned term March 3rd. Dr. W. E. Coruett has a big public sale at his farm at Worces ter Feb. 23. Henry Miller is the new propri etor of the Mexico Cash Grocery, buying of C. VV. Johnson of Ben ton City. A. L. Yaruell is one of Rush Hill's hustling merchants. -He moved from the vicinity northwest of Mexico. W. B. Scott and family, old res idents of the vicinity of Rush Hill, a few days since moved to Nebras ka to reside. Dan Dillard, a hustling young farmer of Powell Ford ueighb r hood, adds his name to the Mes sage subscription list. The Worcester Telephone Co. have the poles on the ground for their new line and will begin work after the spring thaw. Rash Ball, nearLaddonia, will move to Troy next month where he has Drooerty interests. Sorry...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 February 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Tontollio t Mexico. Mo., second-cU matter. THURSDAY. FEB. 18. 1904 County Candidates. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY AVE arc anthorlwd to nnounru Orlan do Hitt a a candidate for Prosecuting Attorney, subject to tlio action of the Dmocratle primary. WE ar authorltwl to announce John D. Orear a candidate for Prosecuting At torney, subject to tin' action of tin' Democratic primary. ASSESSOR. WE areauthoriied to announce.!. W. Vagcr a candidal) for County Aswsor. f ubjoct to the actloii of the Democratic primary. Wc arc authorized to announce J M. Slppl a candidate for County AMwr. subject tn tli action of the Democratic primary. telltnU'F. TK ar authorised to announce Frank J a me a candidal for sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. WE are aulhorlied to announce II. P. Mlddleton a candidato for Sheriff, Piib Jact to the action of the Democratic pri mary. We arc authorized to unnoiince Price...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 February 1904

ORIGINAL OF "PARADI8E LOST." Manuscript to 8 Auctioned In Eng land In March. One of the most valuable literary relics In England la to be auctioned off at Sotheby's In March, unless It can be secured during the Interval for cither the British Museum or the Bodleian Library. This is the original manuscript of the first book of Mil ton's "Paradise LoBt," In eighteen small quarto leaves. As the poet had been blind for fourteen years when the epic was completed for the printer not a stroke from these closely writ ten pages was from his hand, and the familiar tradition that he dictated tho poem to one of his daughters is not confirmed by the penmanship, which is masculine in character. The alter native theory that the amanuensis was Milton's nephew, Edward Phil lips, Is hardly tenable, since the fact is not mentioned In the little volume of memoirs published by him in 1U94. If Phillips had taken down the poem line by line he would probably have claimed the credit for It, as well as for s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 February 1904

THE FATAL REQUEST OR FOUND OUT BtA.1 Harrle Author of ' 1 C v r f A I . 1 I 0 , CHAPTER XVII Continued. "I've been dreaming," he said to himself. "I thought everything had been made quite clear to me about " Wu he dreaming (till, or wu there tone one In the room beside himself? Some one sitting before the writing table and bending forward aa though . The figure bad a pen in IU hand, but It made no sound a It traveled over the paper! The next moment It had raised Its head so that be saw the face. "It Is the continua tion of my dream," he said, and rub twxl his eyes. He looked again. There waa nothing there. "How does that chair enme to be there. In Its old place? I thought I bad pushed It back against the wall, and I bare no recollection of moving It again. It Is very strange." He rested bis hand upon the back of the chair. Oh. It was real enough. There was no mistake lxut it. But lie could have sworn he had never moved Ah, what in heaven's name waa that? A simple enough thing, surel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 February 1904

I f LOST EIGHTY BUILDINGS IN BALTIMORE FIRE Johns Hopkin University Buffers Heavily, With Small Insurance. Baltimore, Md.: One of the heaviest loners by the fire Is the Johns Hopkins university. It lost eighty buildings, valued at $1,300,000, and bringing an annual rental of $74,000. The Insur ance will not cover halt of the amount lost An Incident of Thursday that In spired the whole community with tre mendoous confidence was the resump tion of business by the banks. Tho process which has been made in the work of clearing the debris from the streets In the burned district seems almost magical. No attempt was made Thursday to do more than to clear the streets from curb to curb, too debris being piled up on the side walk and back of the building line. Many dangerous walls which overhang the streets were pulled down. All through the financial district preparations are being made to open safes and vaults. Those of the German bank and the German Are Insurance oompasy were opened Thursda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 February 1904

r.!sxict Missouri Hcssaga JOHN BEAU Publisher. ""tKTTCO MISSOURI ' Corea Is about the alee of Kansas. Well, then, what's the matter with Coret T The t'nlted Stale Is not afraid of Gen. Crlbe Urlbe. Shatter la as tig s both of hlrn. Somebody has written a book en titled "How to Sleep." That's essy. Vet an alarm clock. It realtr look as If Russell Ease Jiaa retired at the age of 87. Are our young men getting Indolent? ' One man haa aerved the Massachu setts senate 25 years as chaplain and allll has a faint religious glow left. A woman's Idea of a becoming bat la something that looks like a flying machine that has been strurk by light Ding. . Tbe whalebone trust has advanced prices 20 per cent. This Is a palpa ble conspiracy to squeeze the con nmer. The dove of peace can scarcely be expected to nest In either the Russian whiskers or tbe alewpan hat of the wily Jap. Tbe fact that a composer has gone crazjt whllo trying to write a popular aong may have saved the sanity of other people. W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 February 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1904 5 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. The Lenten season began yester day .s Miss Cora Iliekerson, of Tulip, is a new render of the Message. Mrs. Anun Urubbs orders her Message sent to her at Chetofa, Kansas. Uyroin liains, luti ot this rutin ty.has moved fmm Ballard, Wash, to Lns Angeles, California. JuJo L it W.lfl-y o( the P.ul ippines, will again engage in the practice of law in .St. Louis. Lewis Rudasill orders the Mes sage Hent to him at Welch, I. T., instead of Miles, I. T., as heretofore. J. 11. Jenkins tiikes Charlie Speera' plaec in the poultry busi ness at Laddonia, Mr. Speers coin ing to Mexico. The City Council proposes to order Jefferson street paved . from the railroad south to the boulevard. The paving will be 24 feet wide with an nrrangeineut for grass plots on each side. W. H. Wilsou, uear Molino, rep resenting Stark's Nurseries, was iu Mexico Saturday with some fine sample apples. The varieties shown were the Black Beu Davis aud the Seuator ...

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