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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 July 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1900. - NUMBER 35 Soiiit' men tire dodging work. Mexico has b (Sibble (iobble Club. Ltuldonia und lVrry are to have n Sunday mail hereafter. Five plain drunks in the police court at Ceiitralia last week. The perfectly square man will have no fear of being eornered. This old world in a dangerous place no one cvergetsout of it a live. Mrs. II. A. Boyd, near Champ, has been on the siek list for some time. Abe Larrimore sold a fine har ness gelding to an Illinois man for 20O. The next County Teachers' In stitute will be held in Mexico, be ginning July 17, 1901. The vote as to location of Teach ers' Institute next year stood: Mexico 32, Laddonia 22. E. S. Wilson, Mexico's accom modating Union Station agent, has been at his present post for 17 years. A man at Marshall tried to lace a belt while the engine was in mo tion and he was laeed later by the doctor. Did you ever notice it's the man who prides hi...

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. — 5 July 1900

Stand for the Flagand WhatltStandsfor Freedom forAII. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JULY itxxi Published Every Thursday. John I.enl, Editor nnd Proprietor . Kntcrctl nt tin1 I'ostolllee at Mexico, Mo., n ftiH-onil-HtisN uuittiT. i Tmiis of Subscription : One Year l.m. Six Month it. Three Months :.'." cents. County Supervision. Tiik question of County Siimt vision of public schools litis been brought prominently to the front by tlio recent net ion of the County Twit-hern' Institute. Former Institutes have resolntetl along this line, but nothing tangi ble ever came of it. Hut now the matter will be brought to n test. The people will be asked to say whether the educational interests of Aiidrain shall continue to suiter us they havo in the past, for want of some authority bv whieh the school work of tin only can be regulated and systematized. There is great need for a well educated teaeher at. the head of our eounty sehools. I'uiler our present system we have a nominal head called County Commis...

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. — 5 July 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY ., 1!H A Boer Rhyme. "Where nr- you trvKkhiv. my pretty inn lit.' "To yonder Kopje, sir,-' she swiil. "Could I go ith yon my pretty muiil'.'" "You riiuld If you veldt tliut way." she s;ild. All kinds of binding done lit J. K. Sallee's book-bindery. Dr. W. L. Kendall, optician, has opened a drug store nt Benton City. Tin' trial of Alexander Jester conn's tip at Xew London next Monday. Jolm Snllee, of the Baptist Pub lishing House, has opened a I took ltindery in Mexico. The "Immortal .1. X." struck town Monday. He is ever making preparation to "lilt tin veil." The Knights of Pythias Lodge in this eity is investigating the feasibility of owning its own hall. W. H. Booth and wife, of Ann Arbor, Mich., well known here and at Cciitralia, are visiting Mexieo friends. The State Dental Association meets at Lonisana next Monday Dr. W. L. Need, of this eity, is president. Mexieo developed another ease of so-called smallpox Monday. A ne gro man aged 22. He was sent t...

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. — 5 July 1900

4 THE MESSAGE TMUK8DAY. JULY 1!)(K) FOLLIES OF r COMPETITION. Ktiskin delivered n lecture in 1H0H on "The Mystery of Life" in which lie told a short, parable. It was n lesson for children on t lio follies of competition. Many did not under stand his application mid lie wrote: "I intruded to net forth thr wis dom of men in war contending for kingdoms, and what follows to set forth their wisdom in teaer, con tending for wealth." The lesson he taught in it is a good one for grown up children, especially so just now while so much is being said of war. Here is the parable: Though I am no poet I have dreams sometimes: I dreamed I was at a child's May-day party, in which every means of entertain ment had been provided for them, by a wise and kind host. It was in a stately house, with beautiful gardens attached to it; and the children had been set free in the rooms and gardens, with no can1 whatever but how to pass the after noon rejoicingly. They did not, indeed, know much about what was t...

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. — 12 July 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1900. NUMBER 36 Luddoniii has organized u Rough Riders club of fifty members. The Fourth of July edition of the Centralia Courier was a ltenuty. A. C. Barnes has purchased the .T. M. Marnuuluke property in Mex ieo, paying $3,300. Tlie Fourth wax a quiet day in Mexico. Many celebrated at Lud donia and Centralia. The Prohibitionists of Mont gomery county have put a full county ticket in the field. We may differ in this world, but note this-when we get to the cem etery we shall all get on a dead level. Hon. C. K. Stokes, of this city, received many compliments for his speech at Laddonia on the Fourth. Walter A. Ridgeway, of Ft. Smith, Ark., and Miss Jennie S. Campbell, of this city, were mar ried last week. This is time girls who are giv en to midnight promenades or buggy rides may later walk in the shadow of disgrace. E. B. Coil has charge of P. II. Culleu's law oflice while the latter is absent in...

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. — 12 July 1900

77f" MESSAGE THURSDAY. JULY 12 1000 Published Every Thursday. John Ui'iil, Editor niul Proprietor, Kntcred at the l'listollioc Ht Mexico, Mo., ux hpooikI-Hh matter, i Terms of Subscription: One Y ar l.i. Six Month VI rent. Three Month "" rents. For President, William .I. ItiiYAN. nf Ni'linixKn. Kor Vice President. Am.Al K, Stkvkskon. of Illinois. For (iiivi'i'imr. Al.KXANIIK.lt M. IhlCKKItV, l"f Plivlcs. Ucnteniint-fiovcrnor. .lollN A. I.KK, (if St. I.IHlK Secretary of Nliite, Sam II. Cook, of Audrain. State A mil lor. Al.liKHr O. Ai.i.kn. of New Madrid. Attorney t ieiicrul, Kliw Altn ('. I'ikiw, of .I un-r. StHti- Treasurer. lloitKitr I. William, of Howard. Kali w ay roininlssloncr. .foHKI'll I. IIf.iiiiinuton. of Pel Us. Fur Congress, HON. CHAMP CLAWK. For Stalt! Senator 1 1th District, M. It. K. P.KiliS. For Itepresentat ive, HIIODES CLAY. For Collector, ALlSEltT IIAKItlSON. For Sheriff, QUINCY JAMES. For Prosecuting Attorney, IIOWAKI) L. 15ICKLEY. For Assessor, .1. SI. SIPPI.K. ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 July 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 12, 19(H) County Assessor Kerrey is hunt ins ut) the taxpayers nt Vandalia this week. Then- will ho a rousing picnic in Joe Ilitt's pasture, near (hint, Friday, July 'JO. W. II. Wakefield, of this ity, is in rnnidlv failiner health. Kid- - 1 " ney trouhle. He is now nt Kldo rndo Springs. Old Books and Bihles repaired, rehound or reeovered at J. E. Sul- ee's hook-hindery in Prohihition Head quarters huilding. It is a ceneral rumor that the Audrain Kcpnhliran, published at Martinshurg hy Verne Mendenhall, is soon to he moved to Mexico. The remains of William French, colored, drowned near the new Military Academy building last Saturday, ware interred nt Mar tinshurg. S. B. Cook has sold his fine res idence, near Hardin College, to Butler Outline. Consideration, $G,MX). Mr. Cook gives possession about first of the year. C. It. (tough, of near Molino, is in jail here charged with stealing hogs from his neighbor, C. W, Crosswhite. The trial comes up today before...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 July 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JULY 12, 1900 Household Hints. Adding n pinch of salt to coffee pives it tone. Sprinkle clothes with hot water and a whisk broom. Try rubbing tough moat with a cut lemon to make it U nder. Add on or two tahlcspoonfuls of pugnr to strong turnips when cooking. Mix stove blacking with a little ammonia to prevent it hurtling off Add a few drops of ainmonia to the blue water to whiten the eloth es. Add a little sugar to milk to prevent it sticking to the vessel while boiling. Place an opph in the bread am cake boxes to keep bread and eake moist. Mix a little cornstarch with salt before filling the salt shaker, to prevent salt from clogging. Add a tablespoonful of kcroscm to a pail of clear, hot water to wash the windows. Sprinkle grnted cheese over out meal porridge, instead of sugar, and eat with cream. Wet a cloth in cider vinegar, wrupping cheese in it to keep moist and prevent molding. Dip a bit of parsley in vinegar, and eating to sweeten the breath, removes od...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 July 1900

Mexico" Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1900. NUMBER 37 far Dr. J. E. Wallace, lately located at (hint, has moved to Spokane, Washington. County School Commissioner C. II. Bruce recovers very slowly from his late illness. St. Louis is moving for the es tablishing ami operating of n mu nicipal lighting plant. "Splint" Unmet, of this city, is training a line horse for Ualph Orlhwcin, of St. Ijouis. Miss Lena Uotts, of this city, has been elected to till a vacancy in the Vandalia public school. Ex-President Harrison thinks the administration is "playing fast and loose" with the people on the trust question. W. J. Rixey, who has been in business in Mexico for thirty years, will close out. Failing health the cause. In Marion county, Ark., an en tire family of nine persons died from eating toad-stools which they mistook for mushrooms. Claude and Sclsus Cunningham, nine miles southwest of Mexico, will have a public sale of stock and farm imp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 July 1900

77F MESSAGE THURSDAY. JILY 19 l'MMI Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor mid Proprietor. Knteri-d ut tlio I'listiiflii-o lit Mi-lro, Mo., an hi-i-oihI-i-Iii.ms mutter, i Trriim of Subscript ion j Omi Vciir l.i. Six Months .'iii ci-iits, Three Mouths cents. l-'nr Prc-siili-nl, Wll.l.lAM .1. llliVAN. of NYIirnsl.il. Kor Vli-c l'rillciit., Am.Al K. Stkvknmin, of Illinois. Fur (inventor, Al.KXANlll.il M. lllM KI IIV, of ltll ii'S. I.li'titi'iiiint-(iovrrnor. John A. I.kk, of St. Iillllls. Secretary of Stale, Sam II. Cihik, of Amlralii. Stute Auditor, AmikktO. Ai.i.kn. of New Mailrid. Attorney (ieneral. KOWAIIII ('. ClIOW, of .ISHT. Slate TreasniiT, I toll Kill' 1'. Wtl.l.lAMK, uf IlllWill'il. Kai I way Commissioner, .loHKI'll I'. Ill IllilSO ION. of I'ellis. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLARK. For State Senatot 11th District, M. R. K. 15I(iiS. For Representative, RHODKS CLAY. For Collector, ALBERT HARRISON. For Sheriff, Ol'INCY JAM ES. For Prosecuting Attorney, IIOWAKI) L. 1SICKLEY. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 July 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 10, 19(H) Ex-dovcruor Stone is going to Europe for a rest. Mexico Bryan Free is reviving its work. Silver Club Oscar Cauthorn, ut Molino, is n new reader of the Mkssamk. IV V M.UH,. will c lx.i t v nmvi . n . ..vt.i.v ... ....... . to Curtcrville, Mo., to reside. Ten thousand Doers are arrang ing to come to America for settle ment. An nutoinobile attracted no lit tle attention here Inst Saturday and Sundav. R. C. (iibbs, of Auxvnsse, and Miss Laura Dozes, were issued li cense to wed Tuesday. The Mkssa!K has been awarded the city printing of Mexico. "Ofti cial organ," we are now. " Uncle" Jcptha Lake, of Lnddo- ma, has lieen the guest of his daughter, Mrs. J. II. Minor. The Message was mistaken in i- tern on first page it is Monroe Deaglcs who is at Cape Nome. une thousand priests have ap plied at the Vatican in Rome to re place the martyred missionaries in China. Judge Jauios D. dantt has been nominated to succeed himself as Supreme Judge, convention at Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 July 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JULY l!, PJOO The Central!. fiiir begins Au gust 28 niul continues four days. According to n dispatch from White Cloud, Kansas, Champ Clark is a candidate for United States Senator, to take tin place of (. U. Vest whose term expires iu 1 90.'). Filipino In Kansas City. Kansas City, Mo., July 1.1. A full-blooded Filipino woman, not very large for her age, hut the real thing nevertheless, is in Kansas City at No. 1011 Wyandotte street. She was brought to this country ly returning soldiers, nnd four of her countrywomen accompanied her. They were captured on Ne gritos Island, and of this particu lar race there are said to be about 2. "),(K0. The woman is not quite three feet in height. She weighs forty five pounds, and she is more than 3. ") years old. She has a large mouth, double rows of teeth, which arc not even; coarse, straight, black hair, nnd a scalp that is as hard as iron. She can speak a few words iu Spanish, but she has no knowledge of English. Com munic...

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. — 26 July 1900

Mexico' Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1900. NUMBER 38 J. T. Saunders hos leased the union depot hold. There ore 2 ehihlen of school otfc in Laddonia school district. A new lodge of lloo-Hoos will try to keep Jefferson awake till the legislature meets again. The lOpworth League convention of the Ilannilial district is in ses sion at Laddonia this week. It is thought that Mexico may become the permanent, meeting place of the Riverside Scripture Institute. The Angora goat is said to be clearing the underbrush from thoO zarks so that a revenue oflicer can see a still fifteen or twenty feet a way, A man in Andrew county who saw the bottom of the Uelgian hare industry in sight, sold a few of his rabbits and invested in Hel giau draft horses. Logan l'ybee, just west of Mex ico, has made near if-ilKI this sea son on strawberry and blackberry crops. There is money in the raising of small fruit. Do you know the difference be tween "iiufl'ulol...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 July 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .11 'LY '2d 1'HK) Published Kvery Thursday. John Ileal, Kditor ami Proprietor, Kntcrcil at tlx' I'ostoflii'e lit Mexico, Mo., as sivuinl-cliiss iiniltir. ' Terms of Siibsrviilion : One Year 1.. Six Moulin .VI cenl. Tlirii- Months ' rent.. l'nr President. Wll.l.HM .1. P.IIVAN.nf Xflinisl.il. lor Vii f 1'ifslil. ni. A I I . A I 10. Si l:f.NsnN. of Illinois. Fur llmi-rnor. Al.KX NDKII M. I Ilil hl.llY. of Ulivii". l.lfiilfiiinil-iii'Vfni'ir. .lilllS A. I.I'.K. of St. Louis. N'lTf lury nf Slalf, Sam li. Conk, nf Ainll'aiil. Stiitr Auditor. A I iifin li. Ai. t.KN. of Xf Maclri'l. Attorney ( ifiif nil. Knu Aim I', t'liiiw . ill .lasn r. Stalf Tri'nsiiri'i'. WollKIIT I. Wil l i VMS, of IIiiUIII'iI. Hallway ruiimilssloner. Ikhki-m I'. Ih'.liliiMiiiiN. nf I'fllis. For Congress, HON. (MIAMI1 CI,A1!K. For Stnti' Sciuiloi lllli District, M. . K. P.MitiK. For Ucprescntativc, KIlODKS CLAY. For Collector, AliUKKT 1IAKIMSOX. For Sheriff, QIINCY .IAMKS. For Prosecuting Attorney...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 July 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 2G, 19(H) The Mobcrly fair is in progress thin week. JttstiiH White, eust of the city, had a valuable vow killed by light ning Monday. A. T. Iloyt, northwest of Lad donia, has been in very feeble health of late. Hhodes Clay, of this eity, ad dressed the Bryan Club at Vnn daliu Monday night. C. C. Clendenin will open 11 bowling ulley in the Central Hotel building about August .!.". It is estimated by one of the at torneys in the Jester ease that the trial now on will eost the State $100,000. Dr. J. J. Dorter, of this eity, lectured at Salisbury Tuesday night upon the subjeet, "The Kingdom of !od as the Prenchcr'H Theme." T. S. IVarson, of Laddonia, was here Tuesday to see his relative, Dr. Nicholas, who went thru the ordeal of having his leg amputated last Satin day. The Baptist Church people of this city are goiyg to invest in a new pipe organ, besides their house of worship will undergo extensive improvements. Hev. J. J. Hicks, of this city, reads a paper...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 July 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JULY 2C, 1!(M) ABOUT AN -r r "HONEST THING." In discussing the gparks thnt caused tln Chi new explosion ChnrlcB Denhy, formerly United States minister to China, says: "Who rnn say, then, that China did not do fairly well during her novitiate into the family of na tions? The eleetrie telegraph was introduced in nil the provinces. Every stream was open to the keels of all nations. The imperial mar itime customs nud n national post office were established. Unfortu nately riots were common, but China paid liberal damages. Mis sionaries went where they pleased, nettled down, bought land and built houses. Many flue institu tions wercstarted; commerce Nour ished; foreign banks became com mon; elegant little foreign cities were built here and there; rail roads began to be constructed. It did seem that China, like Japan, would work out her own salvation. It seemed that with peace and tran quillity the time would come when in her borders the foreigners would In as safe a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 August 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 1900. NUMBER 39 Foreigner cannot own luml nor railway shares in Japan. The Philippine war lias already cost this country 4,KM) lives and $.")(K),(MM,01). The Callaway County Teachers' Institute passed resolutions favor ing county supervision. Elders Win. 1 1 u fT nnd .lames Hradley and Miss Maggie Uradley attended the P.aptist lb-others' I'liion at Cairo. Miss Lillian 14. Hall, a Kepubli ean, was recently appointed eoro ner of Cowley county, Kansas, by ' (iovcrnor Stanley. .1. M. Nickels, of "The P. lack Flag," has traded his steam laun dry in Montgomery county for leal cidute in Monroe county. An Eloquent Plea. Tin1 Vnndalia Mail nnd Express says : Khodcs Clay, Democratic nomi nee for representative of Audrain, addressed the Dryan and Stevenson Club at this place Monday night. le spoke eloquently for about an lour and a half upon the political issues of the day, His remarks ailed for frequent out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 August 1900

BT J w nr MESSAGE THURSDAY. At'U 2 1t(K) Published Kvery Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, Kulrri'i! at the I'listulliec at Mcxlro, Mil, us sri'niiil-i Inns 111 st 1 1 11'. Terms of S11 liseriplion : Ono Yi'ar !.. Six Mouth Vi cent. Tin Muni lis -" rent. l-'nr President. Will I AM .1. r.HYAN. of Nebraska. itr Vlri' President. Am.. i V.. Stkvp.nkos, "f 1 1 1 i in I'ur ioverimr. Al.KXANI'KIt M. Dol'hK.ltt. uf Hilii'S. I,ielltell;llt.-tiilerillir, loii A. I.KK. uf SI. Louis. SriTi'lary of Slate. Sam It. Cook, uf Audrain. Stale Ainlilur. Aliikki' l. Ai.i.k.n, uf New Muilriil. Attorney (iriiiTiil. Kuw Alio ('. enow, of .liispcr. Stale Treasurer. UoiiKiir I'. Williams, of Howard. Kailw it y C '111 111 lssi itK-i". .loHKTll I. IIkiiiiimiton. "f IVItis. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLARK. For Slate Senator 1 1th District, M. W. K. l'.KitiS. For Representative, RIIODKS I'liAY. For Collector, AlilSKKT HARRISON. For Sheriff, (Jl'lXCY JAMKS. For Proscenling Altorney, HOWARD L. 1MCKDKY. Fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 August 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AIM I. 2, 1900 The Columbia, fair is in session this week. Mrs. Funnie Chninbliss is nniong tho seriously sick. Dr. Kobert Nicholas is reorted rapidly improving. Lnddoniti 1ms ft Democratic club of near 2X) members. King Humbert, of Italy, was assinated last Sunday. Plot of anarchists. Divorce suits will be thick at the next term of Circuit Court in this county. Justice Kppn Klliot, at Thomp son, is said to be the youngest Justice of the Peace in the county. Deputy Sheri ff Harry Atchison took J. 1j. Howne, of near Thomp son, to the asylum at Fulton Mon day. K. K. Lewis, near Hush Hill, thru his father, remembered the Mi:ss.;k in a substantial way Tuesday. Some earelcsss rabbit or squirrel hunters killed a valuable horse for li. 11. Middleton, near Liberty, last Sunday. Myrtle Hill, colored, is serving a sentence of .'10 days in the county jail for stealing from another colored woman. Mr. Noel McCowan and Miss Kuhy Applenmu, of near Gant, were licenced to wed T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 August 1900

Senator Vest on the Issues. Homer Hassford send flic fol lowing to tlio St. Louis Republic from Sweet Springs, Mo.: Senator (Scorge. 0. Vest, rniiill.v recovering health nnd strength at liia beautiful home, here, sends tliru the Republic n word of encourav'c inent and warning to Deinoeratie voters everywhere. "Our people must understand," he said, "that this is the most im portant tight that has ever faeed the party. There must he an a wakening to the fact that the cry, 'Republic against Empire, ' is not a mere campaign slogan. The phrase is all-truthful. Plans at Washington, very definitely laid out, mean to override (he Constitu tion. The Republican leaders be lieve in the teachings of Alexander Hamilton, who said that the gov ernment of (treat Rritan was the nearest ft model of all governments ever devised by the brain of man. The Hamilton idea lives at Wash ington today. McKinley and Hay believe in it. "If we mean to save the Consti tution of our fathers, if we mean to keep this...

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