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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 March 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MA1ICII 24, 1904 Term of Subfcripfion: Onn year H-'IP Six Month ) Three Montha 25 THE ISSUES. Folk Replies to Dockery's Attack on Himself. The St. Louis Republic lust Fri day contained the following dis patch from Thayer, Mo., a state ment from Joseph W. Folk on be ing shown Governor Dockery at tack on himself.: "I am glad that Governor Dock ery has at last decided to come out and fight in the open. That he has been working with the Butler II awes combination bus been evi dent to all who have bceu watch ing the political conditions for the last two months. "Despite his assertions of neu . trality, the attitude of the appoint ees of the State administration has shown more plainly than words could what the position of the Governor was. As long ago as last summer, in a speech at Lone Jack, Governor Dockery denned his at titude in the boodle issue by apol ogizing for the corruption that had been going on by saying that it had not cost the people anything. "He might...

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. — 31 March 1904

Mexico Missouri - 'Message. VOLUME V. T" MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 31,1904. NUMBER 22 HAPPENED and Cycloue insurance in Mexico has been a good business since the storm last Thursday. The Indies of the Mexico M.' E. Church South cleared $55 by their organ recital last week. James Turner of Benton City is operating a "dinky" engine on the Burlington cut-off. Miss Lucy Jesse recently , closed a very successful term of school in the Hnrdle district, near Thomp son. .- L. A. Bird, late of the Martins burg Enterprise, has purchased the Vandalia Mail aud Express and will take charge May 1st. Harry McGee has received the appointment as R.P.D. carrier on the new route out from Mexico to Molino April 15th. Clarence Wa ters will be his substitute. The candidates have been as sessed. Same tax as formerly.on ly the candidates for Congress are asked to pay $40, $5 more than usual! j Miss Mabel McKrnney daughter of Mr. R. S. McKinney, surveyor of Audrain county was nwrisd o...

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 March 1904

r:xicD nissourifJIessago JOHN BEAU Publisher. "texico missouw d... 1 1 : ' . Lord Francis Hop, newly married, has large hope of being happy, thla time. Carnegie must think that to fire money away l a trick requiring spec ial ability. The Hague tribunal la almost a great a power for peace aa an old lady looking on at a dog fight. Pour hundred Rainy Daisies attend ed a club meeting la New York most ot them In long skirts, aa uaual. Gen. Pflug'a picture ahowa him to be very handsome man. There, bad to be some kind of comenatlon. The new prune trust haa converted the boarding house vlctima to a kind lier view of huge combination of capital. The seeds of klndnesa that fall by the wayside and on aterile ground eventually blossom In the heart of the sower. The name Kouropatkin meana par tridge. It remains to be aeen whether Kouropatkin will prove himself to be a bird or a fizzle. Patti took $200,000 away with hor. Tet she wept. Well. It must be ad mitted that ahe didn't come anywhere near ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 March 1904

STCF.U DAMAGES MANY EAST SIDE BUILDINGS Tornado Hear Chicago ILlllo Thr Persons; Several Hurt, St. LouIr: An electrical storm which piffl'd over East 8t. Louis Thursday night wrecked houses and uod Blurb damage. Lightning struck several buildlngfi In the cltr and suburbs.' One hundred dwelling were damaged. At a late hour Thursday night no deaths bad been reported. Mra. Mary Dorrls, wife of Thomas Dorrls, and her son, Frank, were about to retire, when the wind lifted their house from its fouadation. Mrs. Dorrls sustained a broken arm, broken blp and Internal injuries. Frank Dorrls sustained a frac ture of the foot. ' A windstorm, accompanied by rain, struck St Louis about 8 o'clock. Little damage was reported beyond the blow ing down of signs. The local weather forecaster Thurs day night predicted a decided fall in the temperature by Friday night, the morcury probably going as low as 25 -degrees. . Missouri was swept Thursday after noon by a wind and rain storm that in dome places I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 March 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, Editor and Proprietor. Envn-d at the Pwt.'ftioe t Mo! . Mo., a weond-cln matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1304 , i i Candldas-Th Pri mary May 7, 1904. ' PKOMO.-I'TIXO ATTORNEY WE are uth..rl71 to aitnnincc Orlan a., in.... . ,-i;iJiiliilp Iit Pror-ei-ulinc Demox-rallc i.rininry. ..,.i.r;. 1,1 announce John ,v . . ,-.,IM1f f.ir lYlXCIHllrg At . l.i ll.o actii'M 'f tlio Democratic irimry. Atjt-nsson. WE .rmli.in?.-J t" knnounev.i. V. Vnr. candidate (or (.'miy Assessor. ....v.-. t th .-ti.iD of tli IVmiK-ratic primary. W are anlhoriwd to aumninre J M Slpnk- candidal. for County Assossnr. uhjfct to ti- notion ..f tlio Democratic primary. ir authorized to announce I'ufiis Jrk.on candidate for As s.or. subject to the action of the Democratic irimary. SHERIFF. WE are authorized to announce Trunk James candidate for MierilT. subject to the action of tin; Democratic primary. WE are authorized to unnounci" H. I'. Middleton a candidate for HorifT. s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 March 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1904 uinnrurn inn uinnrwwr T II.M I LULU AHU llftl I LMimj, 4 The Martinsburg public schools close next Friday, week. " ' W. II. DcJarnctt and bod, Wil liam, of Skinner, are reported quite aick. ; I. M. Greer, the furniture man, will move hi family here from AuxvaBSe this week. . Charles Masou of this city has a position with the World's Fair management in St. Louis. Miss Kntherine Varnon of Mex ico is teaching a spring term of school in Sunrise district. . , B. Qatewood of Nevada, Mo., is visiting his father, T. J. Gate wood, in the Skinner neighborhood. Miss Belle Waddington gave a fine entertainment at the Benton City public school building re cently. C. C. Thompson and Frank Pierce of Benton City , lately , re turned from Beebe Springs at Bowling Green. The North Missouri Trust Co. has elected the following directors to serve three years: D. II. Mc Intyre, S. P. Emmons, R. M. White. " Edgar Marshall at Molino, Mo., M. L. Barnes, Trinidad, Colorado...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 March 1904

SENATOR QUAY SAID TO THINK DEATH IS NEAR A (low personal friend of Senator Quay of Pennsylvania, who has Jtiat arrived from Florida, where he has been visiting (he senator. Kan the condition of the senator's health Is ex tremely critical. He aaya be Is suffer ing from Brigbt's disease. Senator Quay has been In Florida since the early part of the winter and hi been taking a regular course of dieting and exercise with the hope of building up his shattered health. WANTS SONG FOR YALE. Monetary Reward Offered for Poet With True Inspiration. John O. Heald of Orange. N. J., has offered a prUe of $1m for the words and music of a song that will bent exemplify the true Yale 6plrit. Mr. Heald is a graduate of Yale university and says he tan long been Impressed with the fact that Yale has not a song with the true ring of college life. The competition will close in April and judges who have been selected by Mr. Heald will go over the material sub mitted. Mr. Heald declares that he wants to get ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 March 1904

Free to Twenty-Firs Ladies. . The Defiance Starch Co. will give 25 ladles round trip ticket to the Kt. Ixiuls Exposition, to Ave ladles In each of the following mates: Illi nois. Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Mis souri who will aend in the largest num ber of trade niarka cut from a ten : cent, 16-ounce package of Defiance cold water laundry atarch. Thin mean from your own home, anywhere In the above named state. The trade marka milot be mailed to and received by the Defiance Starch Co., Omaha, Nebr., be fore September 1st, 1904. October and November will be the beet month to visit the Exposition. Remember that Defiance la the only atarch put up 16 os. (a full pound) to the package. You get one-third more atarch for the same money than of any other kind, and De fiance never etlcka to the Iron. The tickets to the Exposition will be sent by registered mall September Cth Btarcb for sale by all dealers. School for Factory Employes. The Hos printing press works at New York has a school In co...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 March 1904

i THE MESSAGE TllUK.SDAY, MAi:ClI 31, J 901 Ttrmx of Subscription, One year., 81 Vofiths ' Thro Month ,. ..tl.in .: ..so S. M. Gilbert has bought the Uoyd residence in Mexico nnd lias moved thereto. Win. Lee of Mexico bought ilvnft liorsn of J. C. Gorman of Fulton paying $165. W. W. Fry of this city nnnoun ces his withdrawal from the race ; for Judge of the St. Louis Court of Appeals. Mr. Fry states that the preps of business would uot give him time to muke the proper cauvaa a for the office. The field now, in this section of the district, is free to Jndire (.'. E. Peers of Warreutou. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ellis, west of Mexico, Rave a dining hist Friday to the following guests: Mr. aud Mrs. Porter Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilson and Miss Ida Clan ton of Mexico; Mr. audMts.Oiner Wilson of Central ia, nnd Misse Vickie MeCall and Ola Gilbert of Portland. The hours went pleas antly at the game of flinch. According to the .St. Louis Rep ublic Prof. W. E. Veerkaiup, for merly of this coun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 April 1904

, gTATE mSTOMCAt . '. " , " ' ..... '. Mexico. Missouri; . Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1904. NUMBER 20 y HAPPENED and 4 80ME LOCAL AND COUNTY The Mexico Baptist church is to build or buy a new parsonage. Rev. F. M. Shoush of thii city 'has been called to the pas torate of the Baptist church at Middletown. Papers of incorporation for the Mexico Brick aud Fire Clay Co. have been filed. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bird, of this city, are the proud parents of a new daughter. , The eleven months old son . of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan White of this city died last Thursday. Mrs". Dea Carr Smith is in St. Louis arranging for the art exhibit of Hardin College at the World's Fair. Miss Mary Karnes of Mexico is to contest for a prize piano at the Saengerfest to be held in Moberly in June. Dr. M. E. Crawford has been wrestling with a case of measles, strictly his own. He is getting along alKright. .. George Eunkel took charge of the Mexico postoffice last Thur day, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 April 1904

L'cxica Missouri Qssaga 30 AS PEAL, Fublishr. "trxico MISSOURI - can we fancy anything more de liriously picturesque thin "ft chaotic anarchist"? ' There being no other handy method of attracting attention, Peru haa had an earthquake. The senate haa lifted Chaplain llale'a pay f 100 a year, but bow many Senatora baa he converted? Korea may change Ita name from "the land of the morning calm" to "tbe land of all day trouble." What If all American women ari Tdgcon-toed? It doesn't aeera to Inter fere with their getting married. Of course, the trouble waa that Mme. PatU had already said good by and the American people took bcr at her word. The correspondent who telegraph from the far East that Gen. Ma la the father f the Chinese army must be an Irishman. If Mme. Sarah Bernhardt tells what he knows ber "Memoirs" ought to be even more interesting tban those of Herbert Spencer. Almost any city can be made beau tiful, but the first step seems to be 'to start something like they bad re centl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 April 1904

JAPAN WINS FIRST INFANTRY BATTLE .Russian Admit Defeat in Engage ment at Chongju. St Petersburg: The emperor re reived Tuesday a dispatch from Gen. Koropatkln, giving a lengthy report from Gen. Mlshtchonko, dated at 10 p. m., March 28. which say that an Important engagement took place near the town ot Chongju. In which the Russians were defeated, retiring In perfect order. The Japanese loss Is not reported. The Russians lost three Cossacks killed and twelve men wounded, ex clusive ot four officers. Cavalry and Infantry on both sides were engage.t. "The Russians ccupiod a commanding position. 1 The Japanese fought gallantly, but owing to' their heavy losses were un ablo to occupy the position abandoned by tho Russians. ' Gen. Kuropatkin's report is as fol lows: . "I have the honor to respectfully crmmontcate to your majesty tlio re port of Gen. Mlshtencho, dated March 28. at 10 p. m., which says: " 'For three consecutive days our -small outposts attempted to draw the Japanese cavalry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 April 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Enb-rml at the Poxtoffieo at Mexleo. Mo.. weoiu1-cla matter. THURSDAY.. MARCH 31, 1904 County Candidatcs-The Prl mary May 7, 1904. PHOSKCCTINU ATTOBStT WE are utlnirifl to amionnro Or!nn dollitttsa ramlldute for ITi'wentin Attorney, nil jfi t to the uniuti of the Democratic primary. WE are niitlmrirrd to nnixniiire John I). Orrara oaniliriaW for IV'wfiitlnd At tnriinv su)f,.rt 11 ill Bl'tioll Of till" Democratic jirlmury. ASSESSOR. WE are aiillinriml to announce J. V Yager a canUiilat' for County Assizor, nhtort lot In) action uf the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce J M. nipple a niiidiclato for County Ascs;r, anlijeot to tin-action of the Dimocrutic primary. W aro authorized to iiiiiioimc-e Kufu Jackson a candidate for Assessor, subject 10 the action of the Di-nirnratlc irirn:iry. SHERIFF. WE are authorized to announce Frank James acandliluto for Sheriff, Mibjectto the action of the Democratic ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 April 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 7. 1904 H HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. S Mrs. Victor Victor has been quite ill. The county candidates meet at Wolino to-night. Lee McFaddin and family will move back to Mexico from Excel sior Springs. Ralph Garrett, 4r., was trying to ride a bicycle last Sunday and fell and broke his arm'. If you waut to. buy a good' Au draiu County farm see Lakenan & Barnes. J.' A. Vaughn, a carpenter, fell from the roof of a barn in Mexico Monday and was quite Beverly hurt. Mrs.'ll. D. Green is now man ager of the Tncker Hotel in this city. The hotel was, lately man aged by J. H. Gelyin. Wallace & Bledsoe, laundrymen, have sold their business in Mexico to Mr. A. L. Amimon, of Iowa, who now has possession. J. H. Gelvin late manager of the Tucker Hotel in this city, left Sun day with his family for Prosser, Wash., where he will locate. .The County Board of Equaliza tion, composed of the members of the County court and the county assessor, convened at the Court House in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 April 1904

r Blouse or Shirt Waist, Banding In Oriental colors are to be noted among the features of linen and cotton waists. M well as or those made from wool and silk. Tbla smart nd novel model suits materials of all aorta, but Is 7v non ,n neavy wnne unen wnu handings of the same material. The vest effect ob tained by the nar row front Is ex ceedingly becora- f!m frfi' detracts from the simplicity and use fulness of the walnt. which ' in 4ST0 BlotiM nr Shirt wit, 32 lo42 bust. equally well odnptd to the entire cos tume and to wear with a separate skirt. Fronts, hack and sleeve are all tucked to simulate box plaits which Klve taperhiR lines at the back and provide fulness over the bust. The waist eonslHts of fronts, cen ter front, back and sleeves, with fitted walHt and sleeve linings that can be used or omitted as preferred. The center front Is plain and Is stitched to the rlqht front, hooked over onto the left beneath the tuck, so making the closing Invisible. The sleeves are tucked to De ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 April 1904

HOW UTE CHARMED A GRIZLY. Indian Found Bear 8uacptlbla to the Powara of Argument. "The most Interesting Btory I ever hoard came from the lips ol old 'Buck skin Charloy,' chlet of the Southern Utes," tiald J. P. Altberger of Philadel phia. "Aa told by a white man the narra tive la tame, Indeed, lacking the dra matic action and eloquence of the red warrior. It was about a meeting with a big grizzly bear In the mountains of Colorado. Charley was out looking. Tor deer. He was equipped with an old-fBBhloned, single-barrel, muKfle londlng rifle, which put him at a ter rible disadvantage, when he was sud denly confronted by one of the Dig est specimens cf the grlzrJy he ever saw. " 'I jumped behind big tree very quick,' he said, 'and Mr. .Bear came close, rearing up on bis hind legs. I was scared to shoot, only having one ' barrel, Then I commenced to talk, t said: 'Mr. Bear, I am your friend. I crime out after deer. I hope you go away and so I kill deer and leave big piece of meat or you....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 April 1904

5 THE Find lliiurr Df Mole. ( A Mule well fed, and worked but little frisked and panibok't about in the fields, and said to himself, "What strength, what spirits, an mine! My father must surely have been a thoroughbred Horse." II soon after" fell into the bands of another master, and was worked hard and but scantily fed. Thoroughly jaded, he now said. "What could i have been thinking about the other day? I feel certain now that m father could only have been an Ass." Moral How c v, r liliih thdr blonj may heat one may venture to nftirm those to be but ,niotiKr'ia unit ussst in reality who muke a bustle ubout ilutr ijrru ulugy. . THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AI1IML 7 1J()1 Terms of Subscription: One year fl.Oi) Six Months r() Throe Months J,-, I inet Satan Cumin' down do road; Hp kii , "Li mine lic'p you I'Vr tor tote yo' load. "Hit's mighty fur IVr de hrpakiu' day: Yon ill's eim't make it, En you'll lose yo' way!" I tell Satan Eu I mean it, too 'I don't kfi'p pomp'uy Wid de likes it you!" T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 April 1904

i ) 1 1 9 0 EXIGO SSAO o VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1904. NUMBER 24 Me TV 7T ' Missouri ti II! HAPPENED and Mi 3 SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Seed oats in the vicinity of Gant are Belling at 40 centa per btl. The candidates speak at Farber to night and at Vandalia tomorrow night. ' Miss Alberta Kennen of Mexico is teaching a class in instrumental music at Farber. Arnold Hughes of this city sus tained a broken rib last Friday in endeavoring to board a train. W. E. Byars, of Molino, will be employed near Mexico this summer and gets the Message at the coun ty seat. E. Lewis of Martinsburg has bought the Crisman land north west of Martinsburg, paying $1,250. Dr. E. H. Tincherof Mexico has sold his 1G0 acre farm near Thom son to T. 11. Seevery of Iowa at $40 per acre. Vandalia citizens have subscrib ed $700 to be used in prosecuting persons guilty of the illegal sale oi intoxicating liquor. Dl. J. E. Wallace out at Gant Post office was thrown from hi buffer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 April 1904

L.sxic3 Missouri Hcssago JOHN BEAL, Publisher. "WEXICO MISSOURI "The horror of war are unpeak I able." So are (he nimri of tbe ten- I rala. In the slow motion of RtiHsla there ! always aomuthlng terribly sugges tive of a glacier. A Booion paper has a half column article on Huldah B. Todd, Let's ee; woo la Huldah ToddT It la tald the people of the United State "eat $150,000,000 worth of candy In a year." Fudge! The Anaconda Standard noted the advent In Ita town of the flrat "robin." raft? or only porchcllmbers? Thought Is the moat wonderful thing In the world. No man ever kick ed a bulldog alter stopping to think twice. It was all up with the BaEhostchad Bl and the 8tcreguschtchl when they went down entangled with their nom enclature. Turkey la buying 1,000,000 Mauserf, perhaps under the Impression that Ita Macedonian subjects are not enjoying life aa tbey should. The Atlanta Conatitution asks, "Should a lawyer enter politics?" Well, aa a practical question, it's large ly a question ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 April 1904

I3URT0N WAS CONVICTED BY. OWN ADMISSIONS Judge Adnms Declares He Accom plished Mora Than W Disclosed. St Louis: In passing sentence on Senator Joseph Ralph Burton of Han taan Wednesday, Judge Elmer B. Adam .said that the defendant and been mainly convicted, on his own admis sions, contained in letters, and that he had accomplished more In the Post Office Department in behalf ot the Rlalto Grain and Securltes Com pany than had been disclosed in the testimony during his last trial. . Judge Adams sentenced Senator Burton to serve six' months In the Iron County jail and pay a fine of 12,500. Senator Burton, through his ' .attorneys, Chester H. Krum and Fred W. liehmann, promptly moved for an appeal to the United States Court of Appeals. ' . ' . Tho appeal was allovPbd, and Sena tor Burton gave bond In the Bum of 110,000, with George W. Davis. Ernest H. Kastor and Herbert A. Vrooman, as sureties. The case will come up, before the United States Circuit Court of Appeals In St. Louis Novemb...

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