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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 September 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor nnd Proprietor. F.nUrcd at the Postaflire at Mexico Mo., a seroiuf-rta matter. THURSDAY. SEPT. 1. 1001 There will be rimnrv 1" iin inntc n candidate for Coroner. The World's Fair costs, includ ing payments to the (.iovernnient. $C ." ,( M K) a day. !. II. E. True of thi city will deliver Hie address oil Found er 'o Day nt llnrdin College. There will be n bijr Democratic rally in Anxvnsxe September 17th. Ch'iinp Clink will be one of Hit' speakers. (Viitiilia is one 't the "ffiow iiiC'ht" towns in this wet ion of Missouri. The stranger who goes about her streets' hears the saw and hammer in every direction. It's about time the American people quit boasting of their great ness long enough to devise some way to siop Ptrikes and other dis turbances which are paralyzing in dustry. Wasn't that a great (lying ma chine raee from the World's Fair grounds to Washington, I). C! Darius Ureen did nearly as well as that fellow that flew up ne...

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. — 1 September 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1904 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. John Tomkin's is improving. quite ill; not J. N. Cross moved liia family to Colombia this week. Miss Nora Humphries takes Tip Ecliooi iu the Union Monday. district next Ms Katie Blattner of this city will have charge, as principal, of the High Hill public school thru the coming year. M. C. Martin, formerly shoe maker in Mexico, has been honored by the Centralia I. O. O. F. lodge as Noble Grand for the next six months. Miss Lida Powell takes up her school work in the Riugo district, north of Worcester, in n few days. The Message goes to her address by way of Laddonia. Edward Dutv.we learn, has pur chased property in Mexico and will move back to this town. Ed ward is a jolly good fellow. All will welcome the return of himself and his good family. The fire department was called out Sunday at noon on account of a blaze discovered in the roof of Win. Crawley's house, east of Pollock's mill. The fire was ex-1 tiuguished before th...

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. — 1 September 1904

JOHN BURTllS Aatkar C The Klitpptd MilDaMlns," CotoMl Mowm'i Daetrim." etc Oorrwiurrr. ivoi, T All rthm Oorraiawr, lsra. t FBCvaaiuK UrBAM Auiita reMnrod A. J. Diiin Biddii ft CHAPTER XXI Continued. General Crdn applauded vigor ously and demanded an encore. Th trio itnt several songs, and the old noldicr lay bark In bit arm-chair and let bis mind drift back to the hours when the one of whom Jensle was the Image lifted her sweet voice In the ballads he loved to hear. At his re quest they sang "Douglas, Tender and True." "Robin Adair," "The Blue I5ells of Scotland," "Annie Laurie," and several old war songs. Then Jessie proponed a rubber of whist, and In the cut she became tho partner of James Blake. Jessie played well and they defeated the general and Edith. "You don't know what a victory we have won!" declared Jessie, her eyes sra'klinn with pleasure. "Papa and Edith think themselves Invincible, and this Is their first defect. Let's V.n to the conservatory. I want to .how Mr. Dlnkp ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 September 1904

! BACKACHE AND DIZZINESS Hot at the Allenta rewotlar to th Femal Um er In to Catarrh of Petri Organe. 3 i MRS. M. BRICKNER. 99 Eleventh Street, Milwaukee, Wit. f "4 ftorf m g-o oun mr con tffoo very sellout, I bad headaches, paint In the back, mod frequent tizzy tpellt which grew worse every month. I tried two rcmadlet before Peruna, and wa discouraged when I took th first dose, but my courage toon returned. In less than two montht my health was restored." Mrs. M, Brlckner. The reason of so many failures to cure caspfl similar to the above is the fact that d iseases FEMALE TROUBLE NOT RECOGNIZED AS CATARRH. peculiar to the female Bex are not commonly recognized as being caused by catarrh. Catarrh of one organ is exactly the same as catarrh of any other organ. What will cure catarrh of the head will also cure catarrh of the pelvio organs. Peruna cures these cases simply be cause it cures the catarrh. If you have catarrh write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a full statement of your c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 September 1904

Fuloney to Loan On good real estate security nt the lowest prevailing rates of interest and on the most favorable terms. Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and udjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas see us. y THE MESSAGE T1IUUSDAY, SKI'T' 1,150 Tunis of tiuhxrriittitm: Oin ji;ir tl . Six M-iiitlis Three Months '.' i- : Mr. Jolin Smith of Center vis ited Lis tlnughtrT here hist week, Mrs. H. A. Weaver. Miss Grace Joiner of Wisconsin ix visiting tlie family of J. L.Uod gers, northeast of Mexico. Miss Florence Pntton of this city will return in u few weeks to re sume her work ns missionary in J a pun. W. W. Harper ami family of this city have for their guest Miss Croiffliton Iiiown of Aundnrko, Oklahoma. , The niaiTiaco of Mr. t'oitc. Ed monton to Miss Susan Stella Dorrnnce is announced for Wed nesday evening. September 14th. Uugar Marshall's home with the household goods, east of Molino, was destroyed by f...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 September 1904

Message VOLUME" V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1904. NUMBER 45 Mexico Missouri $ HAPPENED and V SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY J. 6. Tiusley and family have moved to Mexico from Centralia. Miss Lily Neal of Vandalia will teach at Campblesbnrg, Ky., thru the coming year.. John Bethel of Rush Hill bought a residence in Laddonia. lie will improve it for rent. John Bass of Ilerseher, 111., has traded for a farm near Farber.this county, and will move to the farm soon. Dr. L. E. Jorden of Hallsville has bought the drug store of Dr. C. VV. Austene at Rowena, this county. Frank F. Bush, northwest of Mexico, left last week for Marion, Indiana, where he will attend a business college. T. J. Kennett, Bouthwest of Martinsburg, has traded for a Vmme in Mexico and will move here to educate his children. Laban Lake of Vandalia has the contract for the erection of a mod ern eight-room dwelling for Mrs. Lou Emison at New London. Miss Nina Owens, near this city, leaves this -week f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 September 1904

LIcxica LIiss9urif.!sssas3 JOiJN BEAU, Publisher. MISSOcTRt Tour niriw oat. too, often takes a motion to (bow which way the wind Mow. Tbe button trust is In trouble In New York. It never pays to trust a wuuon too far. lobsters are (aid to be becoming care. Probably they bave wearied being acalded alive. Mr. Kipling's latest seems to com bine tbe melodious flow of Whitman with tbe lucidity of Browning. After all, It's a little fupny to see a omi-eiaeny gentleman as tlrkled with bis automobile aa a boy with a new led. In the Important matter of the ar rangement of Ita bone, the swordflsb bowa a great improvement on the bad. Complete calm prevails at Bogota, although, a new administration has come in. Make a chalk mark on your tove pipe. A multitude of doctors could cure the majority of their patient If they were only ablo to prescribe, a larger bank account Uncle Russell Sage has the ratls faction of knowing that no scapegrace eon will ever dissipate bis hard earned wealth. The author...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 September 1904

RUSSIAN-GERMAN ALLIANCE SNOW PREDICTS ' WHEAT SHORTAGE ITUE RUSSIAN ARMY IS, FORCED , STRIKE INCREASES 4 INSTEAD OF ENDING STRIKERS IN RIOT AT EAST ST. LOUIS THE NEWS RESU'.'E RUMORED I Being a Condensed Story of the Nave, TO ABANDON LIAO YANG .Assert Czar la Disposed to Aid the Kaiser In Several Section. Estimates Entire Yield Will Be Little Over 600,000,000 Buihels. Donnelly Declares He Will Call Out Attack Several Street Car Carrying Breakers to Their Homes. Switchmen at 8tock Yarde. of the Week. I St. Fctetrsburg: Humor that a Russo-German alliance I practically superseding the Russo-French alliance are gaining In consistency, and are attracting the attention of the students of International affairs. The old distrust of. radical France la re viving. Borne of the czar's most responsible Advisers fear that political events may happen tn France at any moment that would rob the alliance of all real value. Russians say that if the Combes government should succumb to a radical coaliti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 September 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thnrsdny. John Heal, VAtr and Proprietor. KnVrr-d at the IV.HU.niro lit Mexico Mo., as wciril-flf matter. THURSDAY. SKIT. . 190 Take a little time off and go to tlie primary next Saturday. Missouri has low taxes. The Re publican States Mirronnding nil Lave high taxes. This in tlie neeosnfion they are putting npngiiiiiHt Roosevelt "He is snpctucnl.-ir. r.ifli and unsafe." '-,. . . ; I mi.:.! 'hi .-r i-pi-rlmps I""'- iinpMi unit .linn yon think. Take n little time off next Saturday and vote wmr ehnito of (lie best mail to fill this place. Si i;. ,. Cil.v tv. n fitor Chin les W til.!, - in i..niine' IM1' 'I ' Fairbanks, for Vice ill.' Kn iishh 1. . .i I iii i. tip r day and "l.e- ii Ir.ihi'' paid $- for a shave. The way of the transgressor is hard, and it is harder yet that it Rets others into trouhle. Mrs. Ju lius Lehman, wife of the St. Louis lioodler, serving a seven years' senteneu in the penitentiary, brood ing over her husband's imprison ment, has gone...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 September 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 8. 1904 J1 RiDPrwrn nun uinnruivc t Boru, to W, a daughter. E. West and wife, . Dun Cauthorn has gone into lhe realty businesa for himself. Ofllce on the South Side. SEVEN KILLED. Passenger Coach Leaps the Track. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS ck on the Warren- T. S.Riley has sold his residence in this city to W. T. Botts. for merly of Iligbee, for 12.500. W. D. Lee of Mexico carried off the first prize in the gentlemen's riding contest at the Centralia fair. The members of the M. E. church enjoyed a picnic and out inr at Sneed's Ford last Tuesday week. Sopha Mueller late of this county orders the Message sent to her ad dress at 1914 Chanteau Ave., St. Louis. George Robertson, Jamie Ed wards and Ralph Callaway of Mex ico will attend Westminister Col lege at Fulton this winter. The Aruold llotel in Wellsville was destroyed by fire last Monday morning. Several guests lost valu ables. The loss on the building was covered by insurance. Rev. C C. Selectman of St. Jo- Bonh ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 September 1904

JOHN BURTBsaSS f "Tb XMaapvl U1BOTwlm," -CioM Mama's DactritM," Etc CorrnKi ftT. tern, t All riibM Oopththijt, iwa, irr Fuoaan K Vr A Dint I rMr4 A. J. Diiiii BiODtl CHAPTER XXII Continued. The moment for action had arrived for James Blake. He compressed his lips, strode through the room and a moment later entered John's office, la the final struggle passion was trl vmphant, and be nerved himself as boat he could for the ordeal. John Burt looked up. The haggard expression on Blake's face alarmed him. "What's happened, Jim? You're pale as a ghost!" "It's a tooth." said Blake, rubbing his hand tenderly over his face. "I'm aril right now, but It gave me a bad right. The dentist drew It this morn ing. I dined with General Carden. I I suppose" "Has Jessla returned T Did you see her. Jim?" "Miss Cardon has not returned, but she la expected to sail next Tuesday," aid Blake, nervously lighting a el arar. "I had hoped to bring you bet ter news, John, but this is the bent I can do. I thought ...

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

I Mrs. Elizabeth H. Thompson Elizabeth H. Thompson of Ullydale, N.Y., Grand Worthy Wise Templar, and Member 01 W.C.T.U., tells how she recov ered by the use of Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound. " Dm Mia. I am 0110 of the many ot your rrateful friends who have been cured through the use of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, and who can to-day thank you for the fins health I enjoy. When I as thlrty-flro years old, I suffered severe backache and frequent beat Ing-down pains ; in fact, I had womb trouble. I was very anxious to pet well, and reading of the cures your Compound had made, I decided to try it. I took only six bottles,but it built me jp andcurcd me entirelyof my troubles. " My family and relatives wero naturally as gratified as I was. My niece had heart trouble and nervous prostration, and was considered incur able. 61:o took your Vegetable Com pound and tt cured her in a short time, end she became, well and strong, and her home to her great joy and her hus band's d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 September 1904

y V r- F-n i liiJnnfiv tn On good real estate security at the lowest prevailing rates of interest and on the most favorable terms. Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas see us. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. S, 1901 Trw f Kuhscriptinn: One ye;ir fl "1 Six Mi.inh '" Tlin-o Months THE REFERENDUM. The people of Missouri will le cnllfd upon to vote nt the next Central election iu November on tlio constitutional ameiidinent eorporating direct legislation the initiative aud referendum 111 l'.V in- to our constitution of Missouri. I have often been asked by -telligcnt mid e ven well cdueated men to explain by illustration the exact tncauiug of these words. Direct, legislation means law making directlv by the people. It is composed of two parts, the iu initntive and the referendum. If the initiative were a part of our constitution, then 10 per cent of the (unliued voters of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 September 1904

Iessage ISSOUR VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1904. NUMBER 46 Mexico M K $ HAPPENED and . SOME LOCAL AND qOUNTY Audrain Circuit Court convenes next 'Monday. j. S. Chapman and family mov ed from Mexico to Paris this week. Wm. Watts, southeast of Mex ico, was bustling aw lS9 n short time since and was badly bruised in one foot. . . V. D. Mason helped the Gilead Baptist church building fund com mittee in a way that sent them on their way rejoicing. Mrs. James Lewis of Rowena has been suffering from an af fliction of oak poisoning. E. D. Lee, near Rush Hill, has returned to his studies at the State University. He orders the Mes sage to follow him. Miss Florence Patton of this city started last week on her re turn trip to Japan where she will resume her work as missionary. Miss Laura Johnson of near Mexico is teacher in the Roberts district near Hallsyille, in Boone county. " Lnciie Grubb, of near Thomp son, this connly, is staying with his grandmother...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 September 1904

JOHN 'BURX ll MPHA? ADAMS KMMppc MifSi-lrn." " MMrw'i Dwtrte." Cte. Oorrmioirr. tm. r AU rlbw OormuiKT, IM. bt """ Apa8 raMrred A. J. Dllllt BlDDLt V CHAPTER XXII Continued. John Burt had sealed himself at hit desk, which he wis putting lo order. t?urprled at Sara's positive state ment he turned quickly. He saw Wake standing by the door. A ahaft of aunllght fell full on his face. His hand was on the knob, and he tood mntknlesa as If riveted to the floor. There was that In his expres ion and altitude which challenged John Burt's attention. Students of psychological phenom ena may ofTer an explanation of tbe 4 repairable Impression received by John Burt In that moment. His was Ihe dominating mind; Blake's the sub Jctivi By that mysterious telepathy which mocks analysis and scorns de arrlptlon a message passed to John Hurt. He yet lacked the cipher to translate It It dotted no definite naming and Bounded none but vague suspicion, but the vibration. hough, faint, was dlHrurdant. John Bu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 September 1904

Every housekeeper abould know that it they -will buy Deflance Cold Water 8tarch for laundry liae they will eave not only time, because It never ticks to the Iron, but because each. package contains 16 01. one full pound while all other Cold Water Starches are put np In -pound pack ages, and the price Is the same, 10 cents. Then again because Deflance Starch Is free from all Injurious chem icals.' If your grocer tries to sell you a 12-oz. package it Is because he has stock on band wjilch he wishes to dispose of before he puts In Deflance. lie knows that Deflance Starch has printed on every package In large let ters and figures "IS ozs." Demand Deflance and save much . time and money and the annoyance of the iron ticking. Deflance never sticks. Knows How to Keep Young. Theodore Thomas, the grand old man of the orchestra, who Is in years pearly three acore and ten, yet has the physical jrlgor of youth. Constant swinging of his arms has given him the physique of the athlete, and the man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 September 1904

-i it THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Positofllre at Mexico Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. SEPT. 15, 1904 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President: ALTON IJROOKS PARKER. For Vice-President: HENRY i. DAVIS. Governor: JOSEPH W. KOI.K. Lieutenant Governor: THOMAS L. Rl'HEY. Secretary of State: SAM II. COOK. State Auditor: ALI1EKTO. AI.LEN. Mate Treasurer: JAMES COWGILL. Attorney General: ELLIOTT W. MAJOR. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner: U. 1I.UGLESHY. Congressman: CHAMP CLARK. Circuit Judge: J. I). HARNETT. State Senator: ). H. AVERY. COUNY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Representative: WALTER 1ILUC1I. Collector: THOMAS S. RODEX. sherift: PRICE JOHNSON. Prosecuting Attornej : JOHN I). OREAR. Treasurer: V. H. TURNER. Assesssor: RUEl'S JACKSON. Public Administrator: E. A. SHANNON. Surveyor: R. S. McKINNEY. Judge of Eastern District: JAMES HEATON. Judge of Western District: UAKER RARNES. The people always want good meu, tried aud true, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 September 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 15. 19Q4 HAPPENED . AND HAPPENING. t Rev. John Anderson nnd family m.tveil fo Gallat.iu this week. Mrs. C. II. Hardin Iiiis been in quite feeble health for several weeks. Theo. J. Williams of Mexico will take charge as cashier of new bank being organized nt Bell flower. Robert Menefee, of Terry, a brother of Mrs. J. A. Abbay, is in ill health. He will spend the win ter in Mexico. Miss May Offutt of Mexico has a position in the Louisiana, Mo., public schools and began her work Monday of this week. Miss May is a bright young lady and will suc ceed. James Edwin Lester is a new son in the home of Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Rogers of Marshall, Mo.; formerly of Farber, this county. Bro. Rogers, here's onr congratu lations. J. G. Holt, who married Miss Emma Morris, daughter of J. D. Morris of Mexico, has quit tile pi ano business in Kansas City and 'Will invest in the oil business in Southern Kansas. There was an excitiug episode among the negroes over at Fulton last S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 September 1904

tlcxico Missouri Message mi t n JOHN BEAL, Publisher. KXICfl) .... MISSOURI 4 ., Ar you following oa the nap the Japanese maneuver? It beaU chess. None of the mlllloDalret who want to die prior baa developed a bobbjr (or living tbat way. The crar la reported to bo holding bis own. But the nurae does not per Bit Aim to do It long. O. J. de Jong van Beek en Dorik la fol a trunk falling down atalra, but the governor of Curacao. Anything Mist Lillian Russell says bout marriage and divorce will be regarded as expert evidence. Whatever else he may do. Mr. Kip ling will certainly never make bit avs a writer of campaign songs. It must be Inconvenient to have so many Jewels that you can forget what became of $200,000 worth of them. The stork will now have time to devote a little attention to the queen of Italy and young Queen Wllhelmlna. Tobacco la now said to make the hair come out. In the form of cigar ettes It is liable to do almost any old thing. In Tads the women have taken to Panama ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 September 1904

CORONER BEGINS INQUIRY INTO ST. LOUIS WRECK Jury of Business Men Views Bodies of Victims of Accident. Et. Louis: The coroner Monday be gan his Investigation Into Saturday's street car tragedy at the Sarah street crossing of the Wabash tracks, in which seven Suburban street car pas sengers lost their lives and a score or more were injured. A Jury of rep resentative business men was secured and sworn in. They afterwards vis ited the different places to which the bodies of the -victims had been pre pared (or burial and viewed the re mains. Tbey had to go to Webster Groves to see the boJy of M. B. Bris tol. All the others were at undertak ing establishments in the city. The hearing of evidence was begun Tues day morning at 10 o'clock and a large number of witnesses has been sum moned, Tho Saturday accident, In which a Suburban street car was struck by ft Wabash railway train, counts two of Its victims from one business house of the city, that of the Christian pub lishing house, 1522 Loc...

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