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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 October 1904

A A A rwioney 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. LAKENAfl & BARNES, THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 'JO, 1004 Ttrnix nl Subscription: (in,, year Six Months Vl Tlirce Months -' The pations of Adams' Insti tute and a number of friends were entertained by a "smoker" at the home of Dr. S. ('. Adams Thurs day night. Key- James Bradley, of Mexico, went to Cairo, Mo., last Saturday, where lie preached the funeral Sun day of Mrs. Dods;i:i, who died nt that place. B. S. Cairick of Louisiana wanted to attend tin" World's Fair nnd came by the way of Mexico to get a rid" ever the new cut-off "just to see how the new road was doing." Dr. E. S. Cave, of Mexico, has been appointed by the National Committee of Medical Legislation a member of the National Auxi lia...

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. — 27 October 1904

"its msrcaiat $.0 Mexico sou VOLUME V. . MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1904. NUMBER 52 Mis Message RI $ HAPPENED and HAPPENING $ y OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A A SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM . ArtW Worley at Molino has been quite sick. .Mrs. Harry Vaughn, of near Molino, was seriously poisoned re cently from eating pawpaws. J. P. Green, formerly of Rush Hill, latter of Perry, intends open ing a drug store at Laddonia. The infant child of Mr. Den nings, of Rowena neighborhood, choked to death on a beau, two weeks since. Father flnarof Martinsburg has been in St. Louis for medical treatment. We learn that he is re gniniug his former good health. Hon. J. W. Folk, the next Gov ernor of Missouri, was listened to by u vast audience of Democrats at Vandalia last Wednesday night. Cortcz Edmonston and wife have moved back to Mexico from Mo berly. Mr. Edmonston hns his old place with the PollocV Milling Co. Charles and Brnce Iceuogle. south of Mexico, were ca...

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. — 27 October 1904

Dsxica Missouri Uessago JQAX BSAL, Publisher. tXXICO MISSOURI Asbesto curtain ar not In us la tli theater ot war. The prospects for tbe corn crop ar Improving. Pointed-toed aboea ar coming Into tyle. The chicken crop Is 20 per cent larger tbia year tban laat. Tbia ought t colldify tbe colored vote. A Boston authority alma a body Wow at vegetarianism by asserting that amall links make the beat golf ex jerts. A Kanaas man haa evolved a fcath erlem chicken, tbua depriving the Kanaaa tornado of It moist cherished pastime. It depends quite largely on the vic tim' bank account whether he die of drunkenness or alroholiam or nerv osa collapse. Meredith wants limited msrtrlnwny. Hia noble fellow citizens who come to America wife-hunting are very stout gainst limited fortunes. The moose ia not the only royal frame. Henry of Mecklenhtirg-Schwor-1n was filled with bird Knot on tbe king of Saxony's preserves. How pleasant it must be for King Peter to read in the paper every morn ing surprised he...

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. — 27 October 1904

JAPANESE ARE REPULSED FROM LONE TREE HILL Roads Hav Been Ruined by Heavy Rains Country Devasted. Mukden, October IS. Lone Tree bill, won by the Russians after a desperate struggle, was the object of a gallant but unsuccessful attempt at rrapturo by the Japanese. In spile of the awful slaughter with which they have been driven from the hill, the Japanese returned to the charge during the night of October 17, recognising that the hill was the key to the position on the southwest front. Nine regiments participated, creep ing up through the night and deliver ing a furious assault at dawn. But the til 11 had been bought too dearly by the Russians to relinquish It, and the Jap anese were driven back with terrible slaughter. It is reportod that Oeneral Mist- chenko's Cossacks, under command of ! Adjutant Gavrlloff, were engaged in a j hot fight on October 17 toward the southeast. A Cossack horse battery j silenced the Japanese guns and drove ; back several infantry battalllons. but ! were ...

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. — 27 October 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday, John Iinl, Editor and Proprietor. BliWod t the I'M!"0 ' Jit M.-Xict Mo., seoond-clnse inatUT. THURSDAY. OCT. 27. 1904 Be in Mexico Saturday, Nov. 51 h. The good citizen vote lit h11 the flections. Don't Flay nt home on Nov. Kth. Get to the polls nnd east vour vote. The big corporations will pay the tax to supply free text hooks for the children of the State. Are you n Deinocrntf (Jet to the polls Nov. Hh mid cant your vote for the ticket. Don't he a May-at-home. The stay-at-home vote al lowed the Republicans to cany thin State in 1!)4. lion. W. D. Oldham of Kear ney. Neb., one of the greatest ora tors of the United States, will be one of the speakers at the Demo cratic, rally in M xico Nov. 5th. lion. W. D. Oldham, who is to speak in Mexico Nov. 5th, had the honor of nominating Hon. W. J. Bryan for the Presidency in the convention ut Kansas City in 1900. The Wan-ensburg papers tell of a farmer who came to town re cently and stopped his papers be...

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. — 27 October 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1904 t HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard, it daughter. S. S. Fire destroyed the Globe Hotel in Centralis last Sunday night. Hear Hon. W. D. Oldham who is to speak in Mexico November 5th. Diptheria iu two or three families over at Fulton. The families have been quarantined. H. L. Steppleman, after an ill ness extending thru several weeks, is able to be out again. Two or three fights on the streets of Sturgeon last week. Both darkies and white men in the me lee. Burglars at Columbia last Sat urdayjiigbt blew open the safe at the Wabash Depot, procuring $50 in money and some valuable pa pers. Hon. Walter Burch and E. A. Shannon, candidate for public ad ministrator, addressed the Dem ocrats of Callaway at Fulton Mon day night. John Q. Bauer in the Kansas City Leader says that the preacher of the Christian church at Paris, Mo., resigned because 43 members signed saloon petition. The Kemper Military school foot ball team will be in Mexico ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 October 1904

JOHN BURT 11 ?ph"edada" "Tt Khfrnsras MIMaaatnM." "Cnlnl Maane's DmeMmt.- KU. ottrhht. iwrj. t 1 u nhu ' I Oorrmoirr, wa. T rfcw.r Unitu ADAM tMfii k. 1. Dmn Bicptl n CHAPTER XXX Continued. How wurn L. ft O. have you?" be "ThtrlT-nve thousand uliim," re BUrd Mr. Mwn. "How many have you sold?" ad rclDc hi mm. 'About e-enty-flve thousand." "Ha-m-m-ra.. Fine outlook! Forty thrmaanrt shares short on a Mock, with oly a hundred thousand shares In mlt." Kniwlfd Randolph Morris. "By Jort. it I pull nut or thin thing with a M)ar 111 place It where you ran't Bn4 It with a set of burglar's tools!" Randolph Mrrrls glared at his Hon, fumbled fr his glasses and brut over f be lap- "Fifty five hid for I,. & O," It read. "Bid sixty for any part of ten thou sand shares. Gimme that telephone! Jo to the exchange. Mason, and get m the other end of this wire, and I'll lve you the orders." Shortly before noon a news agency public a statement whlrh hastened the crisis. It read: "The deal In 1 ft O. wa...

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. — 27 October 1904

I TALK ON ADVERTISING By C. W. Pott to Publishers at Tb sunshine that makes a business plant (row is advertising. Growing a business nowadays ts something like growing an apple-tree. You may select good seed, plant It In good soil, water and work with It, but the tree will not produce fruit until another and most powerful, energiz ing and life-giving element Is brought to bear. You must have sunshine and lots of it. Can you expect to ripen apples in the dark? Can you expect to grow a profitable business plant nowadays without the sunshine of pub lic favor produced by advertising? This Postum plant Is a good Illus tration cf that law. It seems but a short time ago when I put a few men at work In the carriage house of the barn you have seen to-day, where we began making Postum coffee. The seed then planted, less than 9 years ago, was a new kind of apple seed and It was not altogether certain how the people would like the apples. We did our work' thoroughly and plenty of It. We knew we...

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. — 27 October 1904

wloney 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. 6 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCTODKU J7, 1!K)4 Ttrins of Nithsrrivtion: Oni! year Kl Months Tlir'e Mouths. J. II. Ware's Sale. Following is a report of J. II. Ware's stock sale, northeast of Mexico, held Oct. 18: W. D. Mason. 10 bogi$ ." o() 9 " (", rco 10 " ftj r oo 1 row UO 50 W. J. Drown, 9 hogs ft) 5 50 10 " ", 5. '50 11 " ft :,lo 10 ' ftj 4 15 J A Dotts, 10 hogs ("i 2 7.") G. II. Ruudull. ' wgsftj C 00 17 " ft, 3 4,) .1. W. Quintan, 7 " ft, -1 A: E. L. Crawford. l." sheep .'I iiO I.-. " U f)0 13 " :i GO 13 " :; r.5 A. D. Young, 15 ' II ti() 2" lambs 3 00 cow and calf 2G 50 cow 18 00 colt 2!) 00 J. II. Dotts, 10 sheep 3 55 1!) steers ( 30 05 J. T. Johnson. 22 shecp(" 2 50 C. A. Edwards,!) sheep ft) 1 00 W. P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 November 1904

f Mexico ESSAGE. VOLUME VI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1904 NUMBER 1 Missouri M HAPPENED and HAPPENING $ y OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN V fs g SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM JohD Faddis, near Rowena, has sold hia farm to James McYinter. Mrs. J. J. Griffin, late of Mex ico, is art teacber in the Buchanan school at Troy, Mo. II. J. Iloffsess of Benton City has gone into business with J. W. Wooldridge at Martinsburg. Joseph Larapson of Mexico has a display of fine Plymouth Rock chickens at the World's Fair. George Fritch of near Laddo nia delivered nbout 400 bushels of oats at Mexico lust week, getting $1.00 per bushel. A little Mexico girl the other dny vs nsked if she were h Dein: nerut. She replied sharply, "No, I'm an American ." Miss Mary Miller of Kiilioku. Mo., is n new teacher in the Mex ico schools, taking the place ' of Miss Goodrich, resigned. The Buffum long distance tele phone headquarters in Mexico is hereafter to be in the room one door e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 November 1904

Ocxico Missouri Message -a, i ii. i r JOHN BEAL. Publisher. "VZXICO MISSOURI . 1 , '. Rami ti now counting ber chic as that were lost in tbe Tibetan coo I. A Ritn who will put Iron in a cork lite preserver would soap the horn at camp meeting. Third Secretary Gurnpy now per ceives that bis Idea of IiIh own Im portance was an overestimate. Philadelphia' fad la the cocktail on wheels. The rorklall on skates would accord better with eternal fit ness. Another Mullah Is reported to he loose in Somaliland. Hut don't be deceived. Insist on having tbe origi nal Mad. ! Cp In Vermont the rattlesnakes ire (milking the cows. Either that or tbe Chcfoo liar has estahlixhed a braucb office there. The St. PetersburR Novostl derlares that international law Is a polite myth. I'm-ra-m, well, let's be glad It's polite, anyhow. It's a cinch that the corset tnanufar tnrers will put on a straight front when It comes to a question of their .slaying qualities. The death of Knfradlo Ileum Is a distinct loss t...

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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. — 3 November 1904

JAPANESE CAVALRY 'LEADER 'ii Dispatches tell of a detour made by Prince Kan-ln with a largo force of cavalry. In which be got around the Russian left and caused great confu sion among the Russians. Prince Kan-ln Is president of the Japanese Red Cross society. MORRIS MAKES THE FIFTH VICTIM In His Last Moments He Imagined He Was Resisting Arrest. St. Louis: William Morris, alias C. C. Blair, desperado and confessed train-robber, died at the city hospital at 7:45 Monday night, making the fifth victim of the Pino street battle of Friday afternoon, which cost three detectives their lives. Morris became unconscious only about ten minutes before he expired, and in his death struggle he again battled in his fev ored brain against arrest. The nurso and three policemen stationed at his bedside guarded him against his own violence. His mutterlngs were Inartic ulate, but the motions of his hands indicated that be was shooting at Im aginary foes. Water was given the prisoner Mon day after tho ho...

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. — 3 November 1904

THE MESSAGEl sure fprdecrats.: A NEW BANK. JUL Ru.hH.ll Citizens Subrcrlbel 1HE GRIM REAPER $10,000 In Stock. . , nil Mrs. M: E. IlulTmtD, south of Laddonia. itleri last Mnnrlur Dm- Thnt proposal new bank ft Leaied Wi rirter of' Mn. J. O. Hash Hill i a go. The itock, wr. nf M; n Pnblisbed Every Thursday. John Bal, Editor and Proprietor. Folk Will Be Chosen Uov ernor by Tremendous Plurality. r. l .t the Postofllce at Mexico I Ma., cond-etsss matter. THURSDAY. NOV. . 3 1904 Come to th rally. The rally will be a monster. - nt to the Dolli next Tuesday. . 1 - n.mnHii nn and at 'em next ituiwviBi r Tngarlar Thnu1v. Nov. 24. is Thanks giving Day. Thf beautiful autumn days. Could California beat the Missouri weather we have had all this fallt A large delegation of Democrats from the vicinity of Skinner will i.. ; Motion to the bier rally next w au Saturday. Rush Hill is sure enough to have a bank. Runh Hill is one of iu host hiifiinesa communities in the countv. rinn't h a ntftv-at-home ne...

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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. — 3 November 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1904 tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. & Building grauitoid sidewalks Rush Hill. fit Miss Sadie ByrnF, Routh or Mex ico, is reported quite ill. Emmons' nnnual shorthorn cat tle sale Nov. 25 at Mexico. 10 Scotch Mail calves in the Emmons Shorthorn sale. Nov. 25. 1 O. Clark is at Execlsior Springs for the benefit of his health. Wallace Fry of this city will leave shortly to attend the Univer sity of Colorado. Mrs. W. W. Botts has been a great sufferer for several weeks from rheumatism. The La wder-Peterson Coal Co. at Vandnlin has been incorporated with a capital of $5,000. W. 11. Wallace wishes that thief would return 17 chickens stolen from their roosts in his back yard Sunday night. J. L. Carpenter, west part of the county, had a car of 1050-pound steers on the Chicago market last week which brought $5.10. O. M. Uaskell & Sons have be gun the erection of a new carriage and repair shop on the site of their building recently burned. Tom , out on Bean Cr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 November 1904

JOHN BURTlSSSS Autkor ef Th KldMjppea MHUonalrM,' "Colon.! Maana) DactrlM." etc OOPTBIIIHT. 1001, PT All right OOPTlttnllT, 1"J. BT Pttitnii K Urliil Adams rertrrad A. J. Dilin BiDDLl ft i CHAPTER XXXI Continued. Both accepted the Invitation. For tome moments after Mr. Hawklnt had Irft no word was spoken between'John Hurt and Jnmi'i Blake. Each was Miy with his thoughts, but. John broke he silence. "When Is Ml BR Carrion expected to ft turn?" he asked, quietly. I ll try to find out to-night," aaid Jllakc, looking his partner mil In the eyes. "My head has been so full of fork that I've thought of nothing Mse. Hut 111 know all about It. John, icfore 1 meet you and Hawkins at tinner. Perhaps Jessie or rnther. Mini Carden is bark now. Who tnnws? This is your lucky day, old fellow, and all kinds of things may iP)i ti before midnight. Wouldn't it o Kicut If 1 went up to the Bishop house and found her there? Of course wouldn't Fay a word to bpoll the t;ur riHf you have planned. Well. I mus...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 November 1904

In Gloomy (Special CorreBponf ence.) The lovely cities of Italy which ;llng to the hillsides as Siena does, or tpread over the plain as Florence has done, have, as a rule, a cheerful ap pearance. Even ruined cities are not Always silent, and but seldom gloomy or dull. The noisiest city of Italy, In certain sense, Is Pompeii, which ipeaks from Us walls with a thou sand voices, telling its story as it may jer and over again." Even the ruined end abandoned little city of NInfa, on - f" tin 1 t -aj , ! i Altar In St. Vitale. the fringe of the Pontine marshes, lias an eloquence In its walls and a profuse poetry in Its tnnumeraule flow ers. ' The loneliest and saddcetlooking of all the cities of Italy with which I am acauainted. during a lengthy ex pcrienco, is Kavenna, situated amidst the marshes on the shore of the Adri atic sea. One of the numerous writ ers who havo recently undertaken to make Ravenna known to the outside world considers that her high lor une was owing to her submerged...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 November 1904

l.cxico Missouri Message JO AH BEAL, Publisher. "fcXXICO ..... MISSOURI Teat $10,000 bill may be "la clrcglv Jon." but It i ehyer than a sea er- pent Kvery once In a while there comet day on which Vrcle Sam dos not launch a new warahip. Hare you any friends In Alaska? If you have, you can communicate 'with them now by cable. The sultan of Turkey has settled down Into his dull, monotonous, ultl snatumless groove again. The czar's baby has Inspected the Baltic fleet, but declines to give his opinion of it for publication. There Is tBlk of annexing Delaware to some other state, but the other tates are manifesting no enthusiasm. 'The Ideal Harvard student," says Pres. Eliot, "is gentle, quiet and se rene." Except when he thinks of Vale. How will the average man regard the rapid growth of the movement to Increase the world's supply of mil rTnersT 1 Ton haven't happened to come crops that $10,000 bill, have you, that 'the U. S. treasury sayB Is still In cir culation? Mr. Gurney Is no doub...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 November 1904

BANK ROBBERS KILL CASHIER PREDICTS WORLD WILL USE ENGLISH TONGUE MINERS BREAK ENGINEERS' STRIKE; UNION IS WIPED OUT TEN MEN DROP TO INSTANT DEATH BALDWIN'S AIRSHIP THE NEWS RESUME BACK AT THE FAIR etna Condensed Story of ths Mors Important News of ths Week. ' ' Bandits Are Driven From Town Be fore They Secure Any Money. John Morley Talks of Influence of America at Carnegie Institute. Most Appalling Accident In the Penn sylvania Coal Regions, Baldwin Says "The Arrow" Is Only Slightly Damaged After Night Out. Cody, Wyo.: The First National Bank of Cody was held up at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon by two ban dits, and the cashier, R. R. Middaugh, killed. The robbers rode Into town, went straight to the bank and dismounted. One entered the bank and the other held the horses outside. Cashier Mid daugh refused the robber's demand for money and was shot and Instantly killed. The noise of the shooting brought a crowd to the bank, but the robbers had fled instantly after the shooting withou...

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