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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 July 1904

if THE MESSAGE I'lilih-lwd Kviry Thursday. John Urn), Editor and rroju-irtor. Silicic 1 lit Mm.. I'.i-mnii'i- at Mi .n.-ii:iss HKitl'T. tiu;ksi)y. .illy -j. vm STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET I'oi I r- t : ai.H'N iiii'iuio I'.i:ki;i:. T,.r Vi.-i III.MiV ;. havjs. i.i.v. iimr: .iiiMiru u. i ii.iv. I.ii-llt.'ll.lllt ImMTII'ir: Tlln.MAS I.. Ill in;v. Secretary 'f Shite: SAM I:. OioK. Sialr Auditor: au:ki:t . AU.KN. Mat'' Treasurer: JAMKS OWlill.l.. Attorney (iciiiTiil: IXUOiT W. MA.Hi!. Railroad uihI arelmuse ini!iii-if 'lit-r 1:. 11. m,i.i:si;v. COUNY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Representative: Airi:it i:t n. i '(illii.r: tiiomas s. i: n ii:n. SlHTilT: l'l:i K.lollNSON. I'l'n.-i i uliiiL' Aiiiinn j : .loii.N i). oi:i:.i:. Tn asiirei : u . it. ti i:m:i:. As4-.!.ir: III I I S .1 A K'so.V. l'llblic Administrator: i;. A. SHANNON. Surveyor: K. S. MoKISXKY. Judge of Eastern li-ti iet : .1 A M lis 1IKATON. Judge of Western liislriii: liAKr.lt I'.AUNK.s. Majority rule is Detunrraey. Prospective land buyers nr...

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. — 28 July 1904

y V THE MESSAGE TIIURSDAY, JULY 28. 1004 HAPPENED AIMD HAPPENImTsT The police run in a number of negro crap shooters last Saturday night. Company P. of this city, after ten days of soldier life in camp at Nevada, returned home this week. A horse, with spring seat saddle, was stolen from Charlie Owen, east of Mexico, a few nights since. Our good friend C. VV. Tanner, at Farber, orders the Message to his address. Fred Tompkins at M'uldletown and V. It. Dudley at Rush Hill renew for the Message. Harry B. Hawes of St. Louis has been invited to open the Dem ocratic campaign in Montgomery county by a speech at Wellsville. The Mexico base ball team went over and played the Quincy, 111., team, the score resulting in favor of Mexico 3 to 1. The temperance people at Paris, Monroe county, have raised $3,000 by subscription and are fighting illicit whisky selling in that town. The Hardin Park electric light has been replaced by the City Council because or spooning couples" who resort to that ne...

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. — 28 July 1904

CONFERENCE ENDS STRIFE IN THE PACKING INDUSTRY CENTRAL FIGURES OF THE CHICAGO 8TRIKE. President Donnelly of the butcher (at left) and Arthur Meeker of Armour's (at right) have the center o f the stage in the big Packingtown strike. Meeker represents the packers. Donnelly Is the champion of the striking workmen. STRIKE IN Length of strike Union men on strike Strikers' wages lost Other employes out of work Their loss In pay Capital left Idle Loss to packers Decrease In stock received Loss to railways Advance in meat prices per pound Cost to 600,000 Chicago families Total cost to Chicago Pence and harmony have been re stored In the packing Industry. Tho greatest strike of tho yrnr Is settled. The E0,0o0 butcher workmen In Chi cago and throughout the West have returned to their posts. The settlement is a com prom i so, brought about through conference and conciliation. The wages and work ing conditions of all men who went on strike will be settled by an arbi tration board composed of th...

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. — 28 July 1904

FREE TO TWENTY-FIVJ LADIES. The Defiance Starch Co. wtli give 25 ladles a round trip ticket to the St. Louts Exposition, to five ladles In each of the following states: Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Mis souri who will send In the largest number of trade marks cut from a ten-cent, lfrourfce package of Defi ance cold water laundry atarch. This means from your own home, any where In the above named states. These trailo marks must We mailed to and received by the Defiance Starch Co., Omaha, Nehr., before Sep tember 1st, 1904. October and Novem ber will be the best months to Tlsit the Exposition. Remember that Defi ance Ih the only starch put up 16 oz. (a full pound) to the package. You pet one-third more starch for the Eame money than of any other kind, and Defiance never sticks to the Iron. Tho tickets to the Exposition will be sent by registered mail September Eth. Starch for sale by all dealers. VIFE OF MANY COLORS. Boston Journal 8ees Advantages In Such a Possession. The Lady...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 July 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JULY 2, 1904 Ttrm of Subscription : ' One year tl.K) MX Months fin Tlirri Months 'jr "Are you I'tipnfjetl?" i one of the questions nskvd yonnpr wonicn who take the Rovornnirnt exntiiin ntiou for tenchcr in the Pliilippinos. Married women niul those piicngeil are to huve first choice in the np "iointiii'i)ts. The lindy of John (ititicli, who died in TV-xm lust wr-ik was brought to Mrxice for interment. Funeral service was held nt the Catholic church, conducts! ly Kcv. Falli.-r J. J. Dillon. The finf! 1'i jiicrs ivi'iv I'd Jerniody, J. K. Moore. J. A. Ald'ay, Sid ( far ret t, F. T. Smith, and S. I. Fin moiif. Since the nomination of Judge l'jrkrr for jiresid'-nt the metropoli tan papers inform ns that at this parliciilai- time that there is a stir- j pins nf niuiicy the world over, j Except for the immense war ex-1 pcndittnvs of Itnssia and Japan the situation in money would be even more lax than it is. The conflict in the far Fast makes use for something l:k- 1....

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. — 4 August 1904

Mexico Missouri Mess AGE. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1904. NUMBER 40 y HAPPENED and V ' SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Wm. Heemau of Rowena has been wrestling with a, siege of the mumps. ,0. W. Tanner and J. S. Inlow have formed a partnership to buy grain at Farber. - W. R. Carter of Mexico won the $1,000 trot with his "Chris Grat ton" at the MoberlyFair last week. The Audraiu Christan Mission ary Co-Operation meets at Unity church, near Benton City, August 15-17. Wm. Pierce, south of Mexico, threshed his wheat the other day. The field averaged 18 bushels to the acre. Dr. J. C. Parrish of Vandalia is one of the new State Republican committeemen for the Ninth Mis souri district. We learn that Mrs. lone llazen Freelsand family, of Hannibal, formerly of Audraiu county, are soon to move to Spokane, Was'i. v A base ball team organized at Gant and another at Beaver Dum. X UU IttU It'UUiD Ultu n strength at Gnnt last Saturday. "Uncle" John Tompkins of this city ...

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. — 4 August 1904

llzxk Missouri Ucssaga JO AH BSAL, rublltkar. .. . MISSOURI - - it may be true that tha rrlnolln la eoming In again, but If It U, coif Cor Cirli Is solus out William Waldorf Astor basnt dona anything fool I oh for a long time Per- liapa he a In a sanitarium. - A man never ran real lie how foolish ha looka until bla picture ia published on tha froDt page of a newspaper. If. aa an eminent authority asserts, "all money makera have projecting china," Russell Sage must be sight It la true that we are a trifle giddy on tha Fourth of July, but what can you expect of a nation only 128 years old 7 Sir Henry Irving announces that ha Will make a farewell tour of America aext year. May he live to make many of them. Why la It that we never And a bank cashier embezzling and going to jail who has not always been a model to young men? Yakutsk, In eastern Siberia, Is mak ing a bid as a summer resort It is officially declared to be the coldest city in the world. Tha Rev. Charles Luther KIoss pun- gen...

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. — 4 August 1904

NEARLY 114)00 MORE ' MEN JOIN STRIKERS PACKERS TO FIGHT TO THE FINISH PRESIDENT DONNELLY ORDERS 1 ' OUT MEN IN NEW YORK WESTERN MINERS REFER ULTIMATUMS TO LOCALS COMMITTEE TO NAME . ' EHAIRMAN AUGUST 6 Harmony t Prevails Throughout : the ' Convention. i SHORT NEWS ZKZZZ Caught from the Wire and Coi4ene, for Busy, Readers. .A General 8ympathetio Strike Begin at Chicago. Assert Strike la Virtually Broken In , Kansas City. Decision' for and Against Strike to Be Deolded In August. Chicago: Notwithstanding two ef forts by the teamsters' Joint council, representing 35,000 men, to bring About a compromise in ' the packers' strike, the general sympathetic move ment began Monday morning and con tinued all day, as fast as the walking 'delegates could get to the different -trade 'and, call them out. At" T o'clock Monday night the Idle Army bad been Increased by 10,716 men. Including nineteen trades, the largest being the blacksmiths and ithelr helpers, 1,200 men; carworkers, leer and cleaners,...

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

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Ueal, Editor nnd Proprietor, Entered at the Postofliro at Mexico Mo., as aecond-class mMtff, THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, 1904 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President: ALTON KKOOKS PARKER. For Vice-President UENRY O. DAVIS. Governor: JOSEPH W. FOLK. Weutcnant Governor: THOMAS L. KL'ISKV. Secretary of Slate: SAM II. COOK. SUto Auditor: ALHEUT O. ALLEN. state Treasurer: .TA.MLS CO WO ILL. Attorney General: KLLIOTX W. MAJOR. Bailroad and Warehouse Commissioner: R. H.CHiLESHY. COUNT DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Representative: WALTER liL'RCIL Collector: THOMAS S. HOP-EN. .Sheriff: PRICE JOHNSON. Prosecuting At uriity: JOHN 1. OK EAR. Treasurer: W. H. TURNER. Assessor: REUS JACKSON. I'ulilie Administrator: E. A. SHANNON. Survevor: R. S. McKINNEY. J mice of Eastern District: JAMES II EATON. Judge if Western District: RAKER RARNES. Account of Rush Hill's big fire on the last page of thoMESSAnF.. The Government prohibits lot teries and coes into the lottery business it...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 August 1904

THE MESSAGE! THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1904 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Q Mrs. John Spott9wood is report ed very sick. County Court eonvon ed in regu lar session Monday. The plum Crop in this section of Missonri is immense this year. Sturgeon boaSts twenty new dwellings built in that place this season. Mrs. Alfrey residing on West Mouroe St. has been very ill for some time; is now improving.' E. D. Lee is bank at his home near Laddonia from his summer studies at the State University. J. R. Wallace, trainmaster in the passenger department of theC. & A., has moved his family here from Slater. T. 13. Wade of Centralia' drew a 160-acre claim last week in the Rosebud lottery reservation in South Dakota. The Catholic ice cream social in .. . Hardin Park last Thursday was a great success. Over $50 was realized. Tuesday or this week marriage license was granted to Mr. T. F. Callahan and Miss Julia M. Uodea, both of Benton City. Elds. A. W. Kokendoffev apd W. II. Hook of this city are con ducting ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 August 1904

r r- - JOHN BUnTllv Amtttmt 0 Tb KMmmm JKUSmtrvM," f ilauil Maana's tfcetrta.," Ete. Oorrwmirr. iws. mr 1 n rhi Oorvmnirr. inoj. wv PauMtmrK Um ADtn to rinl A. J. Daaxai. Uiool CHAPTER XVI. Continued. John heartily congratulated Blake ob hi masterly generalship. "We will talk business to-morrow, Jim," he raid. "I am more anxious to hear of otlrer matters. Now, tell wis .the news. Did yon hoar of Misa Garden? . ta my grandfather alive T" -Peter Burt la alive and well," aald Blake, glad to bring aome good tid apt. . "Alive and well," repeated John Hurt "May God bless himl That la rtod news. Oo on. Jim." "Arthur Morris la allre." (aid Blake, without lifting hla eyes. "The local papers contained that news." observed John, carelessly. What's thfe matter, old manT You're pale. Are you III?" Te bad news for you, John." he auld, desperately. "I may aa well tell you and be over with It. Miss Car den's engaged to be married!" John's lip tightened and a red spot burned on his cheek. "To whom?"...

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 August 1904

V'i I. i-.,.. . .:. I '. . .1 : t , . : V ... 'ii.i, i i"'1' ait, 1 ' i fthf Thousands of women Buffer from pelvic catarrh mod catarrhal nervousness and don't know ft If you feel fagged out, begin at once taking Dr. Hart man 'a Peruna. It will relieve your catarrhal affliction and all your organs will be restored to health? Buy a bottla to-day, as It will Immediately, alleviate your case. jpiLES KEISTER'S LADIES' TAILORING COLLEGE. . Kstabltehed ISM. 3900 Olive St., eor. Vsndeventer Ave., St. Lonta, Mo. The largest, most popular snd finest equipped Institution of Its Bind In America. This College remain open all summer. Interested person attending the World's Fair especially Invited to call and see us. -Call or write for terms, descriptive literature, eto. af- 11 WHKH you viait the World's Fair aUv at CottMe City Botal or (.Ottage lty- " furafaha oottare-Oosl US Cost Rooau-Cepaeity SOS-riret , t elaae hotel aocommodatioaB - On block from Olivo Bt. World's Fair WOrlQ S Air br ant mat...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 August 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 4. 1!04 Terms tit Knhsrriptiott: Onf-year tl . SI Mi.nllm..... :...:....v Tfcrrn Month '-' I l I I "S WITHIN 30 HOURS. . .... . The Knights and Ladles of Security Paid the Claim of Dr. Varnon. A. HhcIks rectived n draft for Hie ntiinuiit nf insurance parried by tin- laic Dr. t:. T. Viirnon, in the Knight niul Ladies of Security, rnrly last Friday inrirniiij. mid as will be Keen by the receipt pub lished below, Miss Kate Varnon, who is the beneficiary of this per . tifiente, Iiih received the money due ni mi id oTti'i''ate of insurance The payment was witnessed by the local President of the Soeiety, Vic tor Victor This is quick work, but this society is known for just that kind of promptness in nil eases. No order, according to membership, has more per capita reserve fund than the K. L. and S., and its losses arc all paid as promptly as this one has been, l'y special dispensation Mexico Coun cil, No. 991, will for the month of August nt least, receive mem...

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 August 1904

U'AIH HISTORICAL f)(f Mexico. Missouri Message VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11,1904. NUMBER 41 HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY II. J. Utterbaek lives in Lad donin and clerks for Reighley Broa at Farbcr. I). II. Athey aud wife nt Far ber are the proud parents of a son, born August. 4. Henry Smith of Vandalia drew ICO acres in the land lottery draw ing at Bonesteell, S. 1). David Combs and family, lately residents of Armonrdnle, Kansas, have moved to Rush Hill, this county. , " "Mrs. Edgar Donaldson, of Row ena vicinity, lately received $2,000 from the M.W. A.'order on the life insurance policy of her late deceas ed husband. David Vannoi, of Rush Hill, says that his wife, Ida L. Vannoi, was cured of consumption by Dr. Dom uitz, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Vannoi are loud in their praise of Dr. Domnitz's skill. In the Farber Forum a writer from East Lick says: Rob Grain ge gays it is mighty hot to run for as sessor out here on East Lick. The Democrats ...

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 August 1904

7 H 'I toxica Elisseuri Message - , BEAL. Publisher. TCCXICO MISSOURI M"hat bttey rhoppcr the Marquis f Anglesey muht have been! i "Ha was n follow it of tli' golden nil," should lie a i-oul i-atlt-fj In; epi taph fur any man. "Ckirn Paul" is dead. Nobody w ill lw likely to deny now tliat ho was a pretty grand 0j rnan. Some noonlo rock boat, some he come Innocent bystanders and others rido on excursion trains. The hand that rooks the cradle" Is not in it at this Jocund Reason with tho man who rocks the boat. When Jnpan has secured those 10 COO bronchos from our western tales. her real hoss-lilltle can begin. Senator Clark's children evidently think a sweet young mamma Is much better than being cut ofF In tho will. There are people who believe even now that some of tho Kunnlans may cat their Christinas dinners in 1'ort ( Arthur. A Chicago couple, lost $100 to a Bo Ion couple playing bridge. Is there till a conviction In tho mliidlo West that Boston Is slow? Tho British government is ...

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. — 11 August 1904

HOB WORLDS FAIR TRAIN NEAR CHICAGO POLICE STATION IS . STONED BY RIOTERS COURT ORDERS STRIKERS' ARREST; 3,000 RIOTERS FILL CHICAGO STREETS UNITED STATES MINISTER WAFfNS HAYTI THE NEWS RESUME FOUR CITED FOR CONTEMPT Being a Condeneed Story of tha Newstj Four Masked Bandits on St. Louis Limited Make Rlch Haul. Mob of 2,000 Men and Women Charge on Chicago Jail. Fight With Seventy Policemen corting Strike Breakers. Es- Informs President Nord Americans' Property Must Be Protected. of the Week. Kankakee, 111.: Tbc regular Clilcngo 5t. louls passenger train on the 1 1 1 1 lois Central railroad, known as tho Oiauioml Special, and which leaven riirragu at :27 p. m., was hoarded U Ilarvejr, 111., twenty miles from hicuso union Btation, MonJay night iy four armed tnen. three of whom were maHkod, and all the passengers on two sleepers and the Grand Trunk :onncctlon coach, were relieved of money, jewelry and valuable papers. William Toolon of Lansing, Mich., nd another man. name unknown, were nt...

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. — 11 August 1904

fir-' -'v':'': .J . KA f THE MESSAGE rublis'icil r.vcry Thursday. ; 1 "'I" "1"' ! John liml. Ivlitor Entered i.t Ihe r.'-l""!'" M'-"'i Mu.a a COIld-fllt IIIUIMT. - I - TIintSDAY. AHSl'STll, I0ot r-rr : 1 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET! " ' ! 'i,r I'n -tcli nl : ALTON r.llooKS PARKER. K..r Vice PruMi nt: HENRY li. DAVIS. 4 -rii r : .uisurii w. ri.K- l.ii nlc nant tintcrnor: THOMAS I.. l:l I'.KY. . Siirclart of State: SAM 1'.. I 'In state A ml i I -r : Al.P.ERT . Al.n:N. Stale TP-usurer: JAMES COWdlU.. Attorm-v (oiicral: KI.I.Io tT W. M A.Iol!. Railroad hii'I War-house Commissioner: R. II. (. K.SllY. Cnnm'cssmun: . I IIAMIM I.AP.K. Circuit J inlif : J. I). HARNETT. Mam Senator: (. II. AVERY. coui;y democratic ticket. RcprcM-ntaliv !: WAIl'ER Ul lMI- Colic i-t-.r: TIHlMAS S. RdllEN'. Sheriff: PRICE JOHNSON. Prosecuting Atturnej : JOHN 1). OREAIt. Treasurer: W. II. TPRNER. ' Assesssor: Ul' ITS JACKSON. Public Atlininisir:itc.r: E. A. SHANNON. Surveyor: K. S. McKlSNEY. Judge of Eastern District...

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. — 11 August 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 11. 1904 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. ?S Fred Brand, the groceryinnn , is very sick with typhoid fever. O. L. Nichols has bought Shelt Douglass' store nt Kenton City. The City Council this week granted drnm shop license to J. A. Mc Intire. Henry Webber and family of this county have moved to Boul der, Colorado. s C. C. Lucas, of Santa Fe, re membered the Message in a sub stantial way this week. E. V. Morris, late of near Ken ton City, writes home that he is well pleased with his new location at Fort Collins, Colo. George Randle nnd Jacob Sieger two prominent farmers on R. F.D. 4, Mexico, add their name to the Message subscription list. J. P. Dobyns with his peanut stand on the southwest corner of the square had a little experience with a gasoline explosion Monday. J. H. Scott, near Martinsburg, shipped a car of fat steers to the St. Louis market this week. They averaged 1,381 pounds and Bold at $5.75. The Audrain County Teachers' Institute is to bo held Oct...

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. — 11 August 1904

JOHN BUIRT Author ot '"Th Kl.ln.ir., cJ .V.KUira re', IXTTBII.PT. ItO.', PT Tf.EIi K t l'IIAJt AO.VR Alt - Chapter XVII. Continue. Morris Mood a few sti ps Mrl: ff Jennie and devoured h r v. Hb hii cvcc. He notM tho rnf; I'nMs of her Inr the rounded rums of H r rrr!-, nii'l s one spell lmiin-1 wato-ir-l her c'c't Juicers as tlioy gilded o r the surfi.te , "t the kotii boo!;, i With a Utile f if.h ' f dlrar.iintm::t 1 .IcfF-ti; droppi .1 the foil ) on dor la;i. 1 Nut In months had iho drawn with j 1"sh klll. What rould Ik- tho matter'.' , the folt oppressed an I i;nicr mnm: ma- : lipn Influence. Ini-tliirtivoiy sh" t'irm-4 and looked r.tnroly into tho nrrte.it rye at:d eager fao of Anl.nr , Morris. V:th nn In oloiitarv rry of mrnris". f'ar and voxo'n.n. she spr.":i:: i I: or feet, the Kkit( '.i l:,:k falling to the floor. ' V!.y, Mies ChpIi'h!" exclaimed M .rriK. with Hti.,u;i.t-d i-.-'ionihhnii nt. J " T uity. in hi is bii tift. :o -led ilcas- , H'f. I am delloMed In in ot you. I'cr...

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. — 11 August 1904

EXERCI3E FOR FAT PERSONS. 6ome Judgment Required a to tha Proper Form. Don't neglect exercise, but don't overdo it. Too much exercise will alone set up obesity, because It weak ens the whole digestive apparatus. Doctors don't seem to think of this, but It Is so. Many a bicycle "scorch er" has actually Increased his adipose tissue. Among these best exerclsos for women are skipping, battledore-and-ahutUocock, and lawn tennis. Tuo first Is excellent for tho tendency to abdominal obesity to which they are o liable; the second and third are good generally, because they put In action all parts of the body. Walking up and down stairs will also keep down fat and so will scrubbing. For men, baseball, cricket, football and golf are good exercises. Indeed, all the exercises mentioned are beneficial to both sexes, when dropped short of fatigue, as also Is horserlding. Light dumbcll or Indian club exercise will do good, and nothing Is better as c fat-preventer than a short, brisk walk before bre...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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