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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 September 1904

v FJ3oney to Loan.;. 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. LAKENAtl & BARNES, Mexico, Mo. U y THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1004 Terms of Subscription: One ymr II.IH Six Mont lis Ml . Three Months 23 THE BIBLE. No Man Is Educated ' Mas Not Read. It. Who Is it it fuel Unit tlif kniiwli'ilRfof the English Bible is luissiujr out of tlic'lifo of the lixiuj; (feneration! If so, theu so much the worse for the rising generation. We live in an age when the great cry, heard above all other cries, is "Education! Education!" but the fact seems to be overlook ed that without a knowledge of the IHble no one can fairly be said to be educated. I wish it to be clearly under btood that I speak of the liible not ai the text-book of a religion, but u-iiii part of...

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. — 22 September 1904

Mexico Missouri Mes sage VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1904. NUMBER 47 X k HAPPENED and E. O. Spence at Thompson will lmve a colt show Oct. 1. Dr. Diven has moved from Ben ton City to Martinsburg. C. B. Hazard it at Saling. the blacksmith J. Zimmerman nt BentonCity is grinding np all the apples lie can get into cider. Rev. II. B: Rice is the new pas tor of the Baptist church at Lad donia. Miss Etta Henderson of Thomp son is attending school at Albany, N. Y. Miss Lou Douglas and Miss Una Melson of Mexico are looking af ter fifteeu little faces iu a kinder garten class. Robert Graiuge, Republican nominee for Assessor of Audrain, has bought property iu Laddouia and will move to town. Eddie and May Johnston, of near Santa Fe, will attend the Mexico schools this wiuter, staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, VV. N. Boatman. Three Farber people took a trip to Oklahoma over the M., K.&T. seeing the road's reduced rates ad vertised in the Mes...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 September 1904

JOHN BURTllsaSS Th mtBemlrM," CeM Mmw'I DcctrhM," etc JL.'"""""' "' AIlrttMa I OOPTHKIBT, KM. T nmPBuU.. llBAM A.PAMS IMrtl A. J. VlODLI 'I Or i V CHAPTER XXIV Continued. They strolled Into the conservatory For the flrnt time he u alone with Jessie Carden, and a sense of exalted happiness surged over him. Blake had formulated no plan of campaign for the conquest of Jessie Cardeo. The light of her eyes and the radiance of her beauty were to him aa Ignes fatul, and drew htm on. He talked of California and of Rocky Woods, but his eyea ipoke lore and his deep rich voice was tender. Fair woman Is seldom blind to the spell cast by her charms, and It Is probable that Jessie was aware of make's admiration: but she neith er recognized nor took advantage of It. Though he know that the odds were overwhelmingly against Mm, and that one false step meant irre trievable defeat, he shut his eyes to the perils which encompassed him. He knew the risk he ran In appear ing In public with Jessie Carden,...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 September 1904

Swlta Glacier. In Switzerland ths atudlea of many fears have determined the tact finally tbat tbe glsclers are not only steadily receding, but that their rat of reces sion Is becoming greater each year. There are only a tew glaciers that still grow. The Voveye glacier In Canton Wallts Is the only one that has Increased since 1892. The famous Rhone glacier has receded almost 800 yards since 1876. . Important to Mother. Bunlri carefully every bottle of CA8TORIA, a safe and sura ranedj 'or Infant and ehUdrea, N aee low II Bearsth. Signature o la Cm For Orar 80 Years. The Kind Toe Have Always Botuht. Favored Education of Women. The bequest of Prof. Jacob! of Ber lin In tb Interest of coeducation Is said to be the first of Its kind ever made by a man. He has bequeathed 10.000 marks to the University of Ber Iln with the proviso that the univer sity shall not come Into possession ol the money until at least two depart ments are open to women as regulai students. Those Who Have Tried K win ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 September 1904

THE MESSAGE -IM-'I iviiy Thursday. John BchI, Editor and Proprietor. Entered t tlio rostnflloo at Mexico Mo., i second -clans matter. THURSDAY. SEPT. 2. 1004 Many Democrats hem J the IJep ublicnn speaking here Tuesday. Hearing both sides, see! The Mexico City Council lias or deied five blocks more of street paving put down. Let the spirit of progress have full swny. The Democratic party is united upon the three important issues of the onmpnign imperialism, the trusts and honesty and economy in public expenditures. You will see a uotice iu the Mes sage of James Quintan's big burse, cattle aud hog sale for Weduesdny, Sept. 28. It is Mr. Quintan's ninth annual public sale. You know he always offers bargaius. Don't for get the date. As the Maine Democrats have gained four state senators, ten legislators, four sheriffs and one whole set of county officers, it is to the poiut to ask where were those Democrats who "came out for Roosevelt!" Says the Ralls Co. Times: Ferry- is threatened wit...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 September 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1904 5J HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. 55 J. VV. Trimble, moves hid family to Cunoy, I. T., this week. Thomas Houseman, gouth of Mexico, is ropovted very sick. Wm. Peck on Youngs Creek dug 80 feet for water and struck it. Miss Maggie Walker of Rowenn is attending Stephens College at Columbia. Mrs. M. A. Purdy is in St. Louis to consult physicians regarding her health. A. N. Day, at Muscatiue, Iowu, adds his name to the Message subscription list. John Richardson of Youngs Creek lost two horses, killed by lightning, Mouday night. Hardin Field's horse fell with him last Saturday, aud Hardin is now nursing a broken ankle. Misses Kate Varnon, Eva Blythe and Virgiuia Yancey of Mexico are students at the State Univer sity. A beef club has been organized at Roweua' The fanners kill a beef and divide it out among them selves. J. T. Turpin and family and T. T. Turpin and family of near Lad donia have moved to Fort Collins, Colorado. Lightning came down into the Buffum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 September 1904

Mexico Missouri F.lcssaga JOHN HEAL, Publisher. icehco ,. MISSOURI TThst an opportunity for another set of war paintings Vcrestchagla baa missed! With Japan, and Russia holding ran at each ear, bow can China help helog neutral? !( yon want to retain your faith In m critic yon ought never to aee the things he criticise. Judging from the way the czar ) acting, there la nothing In that story of Ita being a borrowed boy. There Is a shortage of 40,000 servant girls In New York. Verily the police man's lot Is an unhappy one. Now that ho has a son and heir, the czar will be affectionately referred to by bis faithful subjects as the old Nick. Tho New York World says that "the poor consumer can never strike." Down this way ho strikes many a snag. How these flying machine Inventors must wish that they could hitch their aerial wagons to the soaring price of .wheat. . The man who Is fool enough to hunt trouble Is scarcely man enough to face It after bla search has been re warded. One of the lea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 September 1904

i ANOTHER MOVE FOR PEACE; JAPANESE ADVANCE ON MUKDEN FORGED ELEVATOR RECEIPTS IN BANKS EIGHT MEN LOSE THEIR LIVES IN A GALE THE CITY OF MUKDEN. RENEWED ATTACKS ON PORT ARTHUR THE NEWS RESUME W, H. Harroun Makes Offer of 8cttle- Being a Condensed Story of the News) of the Week Much Damage to Shipping and Other Property Is Reported. Japanese Turn Attention to Selge ment to His Cradltora. Army at Llao Yang Resting. 81 Joaeph, "Mo.: W. H. Harroun Informed hla creditors Tuesday that lie la prepared to settle claims of About $1,000,000 upon a cash payment of SO cents on a dollar. He would Clve his notes, due five years hence, for the balance. Tuesday night the credltora were disposed to accept this proposition, -and Harroun waa given until Friday to present evidence showing that he can make good his promises. The creditors will meet him Friday and announce their final decision. 1 Forged bills of lading were not the only Instruments used to secure loans. It has developed that forged ware h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 September 1904

Lloney to 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. LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, Mo. il L y THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 22. 1904 Terms of Subscription: Ono year l. Klv Xlnntlia 50 Throe Month 2.1 Miss Delia Qui.se nberry of Lad donia and her cousin, Miss Mattie Glass, of Georgetown, Ky., made Mexico relatives a pleasant visit last week. Benjamin Hall, near Mexico, will spend the winter with his sons at Hoisongton, Kas. Mr. Hall thinks Kansas a great State, and next to Missouri, it is n great State. Mr. John Kocpkeaud wife ofllolfe, Iowa, who bought the Neihaus farm. one mile east of Martinsburg, were in Mexico last week on their way to the World's Fair. They will move to the above farm in a couple of months. George Barker of Spokane, Wash., was in Mexico la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 September 1904

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1904. NUMBER 48 $y HAPPENED and HAPPENING y OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN X A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Q A A Miss Sadie Devany of Rush Hill is studying typewriting and at tending fcliool nt Columbia. Wm. Flood, near Martinsbnrg, liad an operation performed on his face recently in St. Louis for can cer. M. B. Guthrie' has bought the V. O. P.King home on Woodlawn, Mexico, and will move there in soon. Argyle Brown, south of Mexico, had an eye badly hurt while play iug in a base ball game at Aux vasse. O. II. Fennewald, of near Mar tinsburg, marketed G8 head of hogs last week. They averaged 253 ponnds and sold at $0.15. The Audrain County Democratic Central Committee was in session in Mexico last Saturday. They request the organization of Demo cratic clubs thruout the county. I' M. Williams and son, near Rush Hill, this county, exhibited their fine Porcheron stallion and trotting bred s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 September 1904

Uexico Missouri Message JOHN BEAU Publisher. "flXICO .. MISSOURI A Philadelphia widow Im Inherit i50,0O0,000. London paper pleas MOD t COpy. Th Paraguayan rebels seem to hav reached the "nothing to arbitrate tag of tbclr light Dogfish, ar being eaten an canned almon in New York. In time Gotham oar become an Igorrote village. The eastern war haa demonstrated one thing, and that la the crying tid of a good roada movement in Man churia. Money that was used In the year fOO B. C. baa been found. Russell Eage will probably want to know why it was used. The rumor that Russell Sage paid fell respects to a friend the other day lias been confirmed, but he parted with nothing else. If the Dime Novel trust will put up the price to l.r centa the act will have the happiest effect In limiting tho out put of boy bandits. "In summer gowns." says a fashion writer, "there are some exceedingly pretty things." That'a right. Even the men have noticed It. Carneple, who says It is an easy matter to get ric...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 September 1904

DEFEAT RUSSIANS IN TWO HEAVY ATTACKS BECK IS RELEASED AFTER CORONER'S VERDICT FINAL ASSAULT ON PORT ARTHUR; MESSAGE SENT TO THE CZAR JAPANESE ADVANCING WITH GREAT CARE REGISTRATION FIGHT RESULTS IN A DEATH SHORT NEWS STORIES Caught from the Wires and Condensed) for Busy Readers. Japanese Turn Assault Upon Ping Tal Tss Into a Rout. Police Have Not Found Men Who Killed Fred 8cheel. Russians Believe Tactics Have Been Changed by Oyama, Frederick E. Scheel Fatally Shot by a Gang In Pursuit of Oliver J. Beck, Toklo: Tho Russians are reported o be busy constructing temporary de fensive works upon the left bank ot the Hun river at sixteen points, ex tending along the river for over Ave miles. On some of them guns have already been erected. Thny are also rostructlng forts at Tung Tao, Tashlh Kwang and Tula Jan Tun. All these points are east of Mukden. Press dispatches from Liao Tang report frequent skirmishes with the Russian cavalry, supported by artil lery and infantry, along the line of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 September 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Benl, Editor nnd Proprietor. Entered at thn Postodir At Mexico Mo., ii ncr.ind-f 1 matu r. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1904 JURY BRIBING. An Echo of Kratz and Flight to Old Mexico. Ills Bntlcr, Mo., Sept. 20. Another sensational diopter in the spectae iilar Kratz cane developed to-day in RnHer when an affidavit was made and filed ly Chas. G. Hunt, farmer and member of the jury panel, charging that a Kratz loenl attorney, in eollnsion with the Sheriff of Bates county, had at tempted to bribe him. He also alleges that representation was made to him that enough jurors were secured to hang the jury, if not to clear the defendant. John S. Francisco, n lawyer, whose standing is regarded as high at the Bates county bar, and Jos. T. Smith, the Sheriff, who is one of the most popular men in this section of Missouri, are involved by specific reference in Hunt's nflida vit. Both men deny implication in the alleged offense. Connter-nflidnvits by each of them w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 September 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1004 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. S Orion Wall's of Fort Collins, Colormlo, u visaing Mexico relu tivi's. lion. J. A. Potts and three daughters expect to spend the winter in Sun Antonio, Texas. E. O. Spenee at Thompson will have a public sale of stock tomor row. Drunkards in Persia are nailed to the sidewulks, spiked thru the ears and spat upon. Misses Mary and Emma Bass will build a fine new cottage on ground in the east part of town. Found, a pair of spectacles. De scribe 'em, pay for this notice, and get same. Master Newlaud Davault and his father, the latter editor of the Farber Forum, made the Messaue a pleasant call last Saturday. Fred 11. Maysmith aud Ethel Larue, Marshall Faddis and Fon nie Jesse, all of Audrain, were li censed to wed last week. The contract has been let to lmild n cranitoid Bidewalk to the cemetery and the work is in pro gress. Harry Cole of Mexico has leased the Keith Hotel at Sturgeon and ui-oa miKspsKum in a couple of weeks. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 September 1904

o I u JOHN BURTv'E"" Airtkr el "Tb Kltepp4 Mltnratrt." "CImmI Mnw'i Dcctrtm,- Etc. vtijtt. ". t I All nhw I Oorrmnirr, iwa ht rwrom.ioK I rata itaw wjrtol I k. i. DaaxaL, Biddli CHAPTER XXV-Continued. Tho valet opened U; door and John Hurt entered. Kor. moment Blake dll not roro? Me him. The moustache and beard ad disappeared, and the strong regit Hac Hoes of John Burt'a face were la jpcrfoct harmony whh the keen, calm and decerning eye. -Hollo. Jim; whet's tho matter with yon?" "M all right. John, or follow: m'all right! Glad to see ye, dear or John! l!ite a drink, John! Glad to see o!" Rlake swayed and fell Into John -Hurt's arms. Ms flushed faro and rertitng breath told their own story Without the hcli) of the emptied do .ranter. Blnko weighed two hundred 'rwrnnds, hut Ji.hn picked him up and 'laid him on tlio ruueb an If he were ' child. "You're knocked out. Jim." he Raid. Take a nap, old man. and you'll ba all right when you wake up." With a dull smile on 111 llpB Blake ank Int...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 September 1904

if : Ill AVgetable Preparation for As similating the Food andReCula (ing the StomactB ardltovrels of Promotes DigesKcmJCheerfur-' ncssandltest.Contalns neilhcr Opium,Morphine norMincraL NOTVARCOTirj, A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion, sour siunincn.uiarrnoca Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Foe Simile Signature of NEW YORK. Every housekeeper should know that if they will buy Defiance Cold Water Starch for laundry use they will save not only time, because it never sticks to the Iron, but because each package contains 16 oz. one full pound while all other Cold Water Starches are put tip in -pound pack ' ages, and the price Is the same, 10 cents. Then again because Defiance Starch Is, free from all Injurious chem icals. If your grocer tiles to sell you a 12 oz. package It 13 because he has a stock on hand which ho wishes to dispose of before be puts in Defiance. He knows that Defiance Starch has printed on every package In large let ters and figures "16 ozs." Deman...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 September 1904

Tyloney to 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. 1!J, 1!04 Terms of finhsrriplion: One year 10" Hii Mntit.hu Three Months A BIG "STUNT. Reverential In Politeness Toward "White Folks." Troy, Mo., Sept. 20. Mr. Folk and arrived in Troy nt 4:30 oVIock fonnd this afternoon an lionr Into, the town full of fanners, most of whom, in spite of the threatening weather, had waited since noon. Thru an error Mr. Folk was ex pected to ppenk at l:.'iO o'clock in the afternoon. However, when it was learned that he would not ar rive until three houis later, t lie fnrtnei-R who lind driven ho ninny miles thru the mud, refused to (jo home, altho it meant a tedious drive thru dense darkness. Troy is an old town that still sticks to mauy of the co...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 October 1904

St ATM MINTWHIMI, tf Message. EXICO VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6,1904. NUMBER fi9 M Missouri HAPPENED and OR EXPECTED SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY A A A A A Rev. W. K. Colemnn of Kansas City has bceu called to the pastor ate of St. Paul's Kpiseopal church in Mexico. Mexico City Council has pur chased a rock crusher. Dou't know what they will do with the habit ual "rock crushera" in the police court from now on. Work has been commenced on the foundation for the new Chris tian church building in Mexico. The structure is to cost $21,000, not including the fixtures for the interior. ' J. L. Darnell, on the Joseph Crouch farm, near Middletowu, lost a mule recently, the animal being stung to death by bees. Mr. Darnell nays he will keep no more bees on his place. Rev. VV. II. Pasuhall and family have moved to Mexico, Uev. Pas chall coming from the St. Louis conference of the M. E. church, South. H will have charge of the Mexico circuit for his church. AH the bus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 October 1904

U.zxkb Missouri Hessaga JOAH BEAU PuolUaer. MIHB6URI Speaking of atraw Tot en, did anr fcody ever bear of one that didn't go too taker's wayf Ballooning la a very pretty way ot traveling if you aren't anxloui to get anywhere la particular. The racing automobile la all rlgbt la tu proper place, but It doesn't aeem to have found the place yet It la the opinion of every mother that a boy never lose an opportunity tor attempting to break hit neck. How disappointed George Gould would be If that dog for which be bat Juat paid 15,000 should ever bite him. Aa ahe knowa where she U apt to get It, China la wearing a high cellu loid .collar with gun metal fasten toga. The sultan of Turkey has 171 titles, but Man-Who-Keeps Hls-Promlsesnd-Fys-Hls Debts-Promptly la not one of them. The death of Hole-ln-the-Day, chief of the Chippewa, leaves a hole In the western landscape that never can be filled. There Is another new language which la called by Its builders "Spokil." Obviously it never tan be ap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 October 1904

rkratz juror swears He was offered bribe .Attorney for Defence Accused of Pro posing to Give Him the Money. Butler, Mo.: Another sensational chapter in the spectacular Kratz case developed Monday In Butler, when an affidavit was made and filed by Chas. G. Hunt, farmer and member 'of the .Jury panel, charging that a Kratz local .attorney. In collusion with the Sheriff of Bates county, had attempted to 'bribe lilm. He also alleges that repre sentation was made to him that enough jurors were secured to hang toe jury, if not to clear the defendant. John S. Francisco, a lawyer, whoso standing Is regarded as high at the Bates county bar, and Joseph T, Smith, the sheriff, who Is one of the most popular mem In this section of Missouri, are Involved by specific ref-e-ence In Hunt's affidavit. Both men deny Implication In the alleged of fense. Counter-affidavits by each of them were filed by H. C. Clarlc, a partner of Francisco. Francisco assorts In re ply that He never had any conversa tions...

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