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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 November 1904

A A A Twloney to On good real estnte 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, Hexico, Mo. n sir 0 Li ST Iff THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 24, l'J04 Trrnt of ttuhsrrivtimt : One year Tln'''' Months . . VI A BAPTIST PREACHER. Makes an Attack on John D. Rockefeller. Boston, Nov. 1!). Tin- K'v. lleibcit S. Johnson, pastor of the Warren Avenue Baptist chnrch. whose recent pifhl;c utter ance that no Christian would de feud the methods of John 1). Boekefeller, lias caused much com ment, said to-duv: "It i not thatl want to he sen sational that I have spoken so of Mr. Rockefeller. "I have spoken against him sim ply because his business methods, in my opinion, nre not in accord with the teaching of Jesus Christ. Our denomination has accepted his money nnd has never m...

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. — 1 December 1904

Mexico Missouri Message. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1,1904. VOLUME VI. NUMBER 5 HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN A A SOME LOCAL ANO COUNTY Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morris, of Mexico, a daughter. Mexico churches contributed $32 toward charity Thanksgiving Day. Miss Edith Hurley of Perry is attending the Mexico public schools. Dr. W. II. Douglass of Bcntou City was last week sworn in as Coroner of Audrain county. Father J. J. Dillon held special services at St. Breudnu's Catholic church in Mexico Thanksgiving Day. Geo. W. Randle sold 20 acres of unimproved land near Worcester last week to Rev. Godrid Doefn enburg of Columbin.HI., for $900. The Mexico M.E. churcb.Soutb, is arranging for a fond for the full 8 npport Of a missionary in a foreign field. Tho missionary may go from Mexico. The Mexico High School foot ball team went down Thi.nksgiv ing Day aod contested' with the Vandalia -leven. Mexico name out ahead 10 to 0. ' Johu, Josh and Sara Ba...

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. — 1 December 1904

Cexicft Missouri Message JOHN BEAL, Publisher. trtxco .. MISSOURI Those Thaw children act Tery much M If their father bad been great toaa. i It lin t the coat that make the nan, of course, but the overcoat belpi omewhat A cow In St. Paul tried to get Into a theater to tee a show. A stock com pany must have been playing there. The open season for the man who rocks the boat Is over, but the prac tical Joker we always hare with us. However, thla sour milk elixir ot life would probably be more popular If you could rub It on Instead of drink log It The United States has granted 3,500 patents to women, but as yet there Is no device for keeping hat on straight ! Since West Point beat Yale at foot ball the Yale professors are unalter ably opposed to anything that savors of militarism. A University of Pennsylvania pro fessor has discovered tbo germ of lazi ness, which appears to be about the busiest of the lot. - Russell Sage has placed the deal of Ills approval on the New York subway. This ...

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. — 1 December 1904

CALL MITCHELL AND COMPERS TRAITORS FOREST FIRES CAUSE WRECK IN ARKANSAS CZAR CONFERS WITH ZEMSTVOISTS; SEES LEADERS AT PALACE CLAIMS RUSSIA VIOLATES TREATY LAWS MILITIA RIFLES SENT TO ZEIGLER SHORT NEWS ST0RIE3 Socialism Alao Causes Sharp Debate in Labor Federation. Fireman Killed and Nine Passengen Hurt on Iron Mountain Express. Caught from the Wires and Condense for Our Busy Readers. Correspondent Reports Steamers Car rying Arms Pass Dardanelles. It l Feared That Deputies Are Un able to Maintain Order. San Francisco, Cal.: Monday's ses sion of the American federation of labor was the most exciting yet held. 'During the heated debate which fol lowed the unexpected Interjection of the question of socialism before the delegates, Samuel Oompers and John Mitchell were charged with being traitors to the cause of labor. Those charges and the bitter socialistic de hate which followed were caused by .the introduction of a resolution by 'Delegate Victor Berger of Milwaukee. This resolution ...

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. — 1 December 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bcal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tlm rontofflco at Mclco Mo., at aecond -class matter. THURSDAY.' DEC. 1. 1904 Democrats should init fighting each other. The past in dead, let it he bnried. lief get together. The Messaoe wonld not le dis pleased to see a William R. Hearst paper established in St. Lonis, hut ryond that why should not the St. Louis World satisfy some peo ple! The people of Mexico want a gas plant, but we imagine their vote will le very decisive against granting a franchise to a foreign company that does not propose to sell the gas as cheaply as proposed by a home company. The new street paving in Mex ico by contractor J. C. Likes of Iowa was completed last Saturday. Hope to see more of this work next year. Let it go to the city limits, and then let the farmers extend some such substantial improve ment out into the count. The Mexico Crick Co. is build ing one of the most substantial plants in southeast Mexico to be foun...

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 December 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 1. 1904 fj HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g James Hickman, gouth of Mexi co, lost lils dwelling house by fir last Monday afternoon. Mrs. 1'homas Uodon wa called to Moberly this week on account of the ieriouR illness of her mother. W. U. Dye and M. S. Willing hnm plastered n 3-room house for George Trimble, nt Santa Fe, lost week. Andy Locke, colored, is in trou ble, Recused of stealing a hide from Sam Morris. Andy hng hod like trouble before. - TheChristian Sunday School at Benton City cleared over $G3 at a dinner and supper given to the public Thanksgiving Day. Frank Skelley and his mother. Mrs. C. M. Skelley, returned yes terday from a visit to the family of Will ' Skelley In St. Louis. E. B. L eke & Co. and the Elec tric Light Co. will occupy rooms shortly just east of the Savings Bank. It will be a fine head quarters The Mexico foot-ball team beat a team from Centralia and Colum bia on the M. M. A. campus this week. The score stood 12 to 0 in favor of our...

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

by Bary Eevereux WITH IU.USTBATWN3 BV OOfl C WILSON iff P&f frntrmf) , CHAPTER I Paris, la the year 1790, and the gar ttas of tb Tullerle bright with th iMaahlne f an autumnal day. Two Wr. eated In tba grass near a path sot Car from one of the ponds, war laying with a turtle they bad cap Jsred Tba humble origin of tba elder, a tad of thirteen, waa evidenced by ffcoae physical sign which are usu Wily aesociated with people of his sLaes; but the other, three year gpewnger, bore all the Indications of Cntle birth. HLs aire wax a baron of "anclcn regime," while Pierre's ICather bad been a peasant, and bis widowed mother the faithful nurse of tww bo had lived but two months Iter giving birth to the hoy Jean. thorn M argot loved as her own lerre. Presently there csme along the (promenade a trio of court gallants, (attired In the extreme of the prevail ing fashion, berufTled, bejeweled, and iperfumed. One of them was a slen derly built young man, whoso sharp features, pale-blue eyes se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 December 1904

How' This? r Irs effs. Cm Baalre4 Dollars Kevart for m nun of Catarrt toe saaaot ks eurwt by Hall a Catarrh Curs. ". . CHRTCKT CO., Toledo, Oi ws, tha sMersigDed, bars known r. J. Cheney for the lest 111 mn, and hellers blm perfectly bun Srebl In ell buelneaa traaeactloDS ao4 financially SSI So carry out any obligations rnsde by butrm. Waxuino, K m if aw Martih, Wboleeale Druggists, Toledo. 0. Heirs Catarrh Cot le takes Internally, acting llrectly upon tb blood ud siuoous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 7 mil psf bottle, Sold br nil Drugglsia. Take Hall'e Family Pint far Bosstlpetlon. Overworktd Hi "Best Man." It i generally tupposed that the services of a best man at a wedding end with the close of the ceremony and the departure of the happy pair, but tt seems not. Bridegroom of two months has just utilized hit best man again, this time to serre divorce pa pert on the bride. The Flirt Christmas Card. In 1844 It occurred to Mr. W. C. T. Dobson, R. A., to make a...

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

A A 0 fyloney to 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 adjoining counties! If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas see us. LAKENAN & BARNES, flexico, Mo. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1904 Ttrmt of Buhiicription: One year Six Months 50 Three Month 23 Fair Legislation. The new regime of politicians are beginning to talk. State Senator-elect G. W. Humphrey of Shelhina was in St. Louis the oth er day and he gave vent to isorae of his feelings. Humphrey was fleeted on eh-un issues and prom ises to keep up the record which has been made by other State Senators from the northeastern part of the Stale. lie discredits and discourages any attempt to hamper Governor-elect Folk in his administration. "I have heard of the attempts on the part of a certain clement, to form what might be termed an anti-Folk combination with Repuh-...

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

exico Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1904. NUMBER 6 M HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN 80M LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM A Josiah Martin and wife, near Molino, have both been on the sick list laid up. J. D. Miller of this city while removing freight from a cor fell und broke a rib. The'tnotherof Mrs. T. F. Ro den of this city died at her home . in Moberly last week. R. A. Gregg at Vnndulia re news for the Message and orders the paper sent to him at Poplar Bluff, Mo. Col. Green Clay of Mexico was awarded first prize on an exhibit of yearling cattle shown at the In ternational Live Stock Show . in Chicago. Rev. A. W. Kokendoffer of this city assisted in a revival meetiug at the Christian church in Centra lis. The meetiug closed last, week with 37 accessions to the church. J. P. Morris his sold his photo gallery in Mexico to C. R. Bishop of Maryville, Mo. The latter gets possession at once. Mr. Morris thinks of lo...

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

l-sxico Missouri T.lcssage TXiAS BEAL, Publisher. "tEllCO MISSOURI A publisher says hit wires suit for Ivorce baa ruined hit business. He ewght to have been an actor. It la not always aafe to judge th tale of our prosperity by the prices put on tbo new haU for women. Andrew Carnegta says we will have vntversal peace In the year 3000. We on t care wbat they have In 3000. The wonder ia that the Thaws should object to anyone even a cho rai girl taking Harry off their bands. The snan who doesn't know enough to look sober when girl says that sbe Is mad with him is sadly Inexpe rienced. The man who says his wife deserted kin thirty-seven times In seven years snest at least have bad a good many .vUlts from her. Over In Spain a man who become the father of a large family receives a title. But do Spanish titles help to pay grocery bills? English women universally con Ctma the American short-skirt habit; o would the American women If they tad the English feet. A French deputy has given Gen An...

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

JAPANESE STORM PORT ARTHUR KEY Position Enables Mikado's Forces to Sweep Harbor with 8elge Guns. Toklo: Official news concerning the latest developments at Port Arthur Is anxiously awaited. Tbe Nlcbl Shim- bun and Asbal Tuesday Issued extras, stating; that tbe fierce fighting against the Bung Shu, Urlung and Tung Kt Kwan forts continued until midnight Monday. They also state that the Japanese right column, after repeated desperate charges Monday, succeeded ln carrying the greater part of the SOS-meter hill. The assault on Chi Fan Shan, the northeast line of heights between the 203-meter hill and Hal Shu Shan, was quite effect ive, the Japanese inflicting immense losses on the enemy and temporarily silencing the guns in tbe works on the 203-meter hill. 1 At one time during the engagement there were Indications that the Rus sians holding the position would make ia general retreat, but reserves were ibrought up and the resistance con tinued. At midnight Monday the de fense was evidentl...

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

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Real, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Postoflioe at Mexico Mo., second -class matter. THURSDAY. DEC. . 1904 "I nto the upright there )x nielli light in dnrkne-f.." np- Mexieo needs that union passen ger Mation tight away. Will the railroad get together and do something alont it at om e! The Hople want t hilt gas plant. Fuel is getting to be a werioiis prob lem iu Mexieo. That St. lniii gentleman has made a good prop osition, as far as we are aide to uudeotaiid. And. Ion, he is un der at'LOOO bond to theeity to do nil lie promise. The voters should Ih thinking for the election .Ian. "J. Funnel's, don't negUct your stock iu the eold days that are eomiug on. Don't do this at any treason of the year. A writer on this point says: If you neglect vour stock, ever so little each day, their best dualities will gradually I disapear and make them look like scrubs. It is not the faueiful things, the eostl things, but those which nre commonest, ea...

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

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 8. 1904 f HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. t Thomas Bruce is home from a visit in Texas. Clydo Casper nt Hannibal or tiers the Message to his address Dr. C. M. Sneed of Columbia, Mo., is a new render of the Mrs 8 AGE. Mrs. J. VV. (louse very ill for four weeks rheumatism. past been with A. M. Trimble has bought City Hotel building from I. Roberts for $4,500. th W. B. A. Powell of Mexico with force of men is at Bellflower for work on the uew hotel. See V. Arthur Sharp before buying or renting n farm. Ho knows the country and will treat you right. . Monday of this -week marriage license was granted to Mr. L. S. Rowe of Rowena and Miss Mattie V". Walker of Saling township. Mr. Jerry Bush, aged about CO years, died at his home in Centra- lift yesterday morning. He was the father of Mrs. Harry Atcbisou of Mexico. That excellent fellow. Perry Davis, and little too of Santa Fe were over to Mexico Mouday and made the Message a pleasant bus- ness call. The Laddonia, Rush Hi...

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

1 AJFITTE w V. 1 BY ARY gEVEREUX MTU IU.USTPATTON3 BY DOM C. WILSON ifr erqfKt CHAPTER II. Through the weeks of the late Bum mer, old Tatro, the butler, bad been attending (be meetings held by tbe peasants. Rut, being a Arm believer fa the old regime, he bad reported faithfully to Monsieur le Baron all that had transpired at these leather ings, telling him of the vicious speeches made by Fauchel, and of the latter's evident determination to In fluence the peasants against the peo ple of the chateau. On a certain September morning, after one of these reports from Tatro, the baron said. "Find Margot. and aend her to me." When the faithful old servant had Inft thn mr m liiu tnnt.-t.it l.mlraJ .-..i of the window toward the park; but bis darkly circled eyes saw something quite different from the trees silhouet ted against the ckmdlebS blue of the sky. They saw the pale. angry face of Tomas Fauchel, tbe young schoolruas ter, who, meeting the baron as he rime from the magistrate's door wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 December 1904

BREAKS JHL RECORD A TWENTIETH OEUTUEY FLYEB IB THE MEDICAL FIELD. fthenmatlem Rapidly and Radically Cored. Quick Work of a. Fimooi Ramedy. Convenience, oomfort, safety, speed are demanded by the traveling public iu our rapid century snd the keenest intellects constantly at work on these problems are making wonderful progress in the construction of the steamship and the locomotive, like resnlts are eonght in medicines and Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are astonishing the world by the triumphs they are winning in the rapid enre of obstinate maladies, such as rheumatism. With speed they combine couveuienoo, perfect safety and cheap ness. Here is fresh proof of their concen trated virtues : Mrs. Margaret Ganti, 'of No. 1537 Bodeman street, Burlington, 'Iowa, is an industrious German woman, who about two and a half years ago found herself in danger of losing her power to work altogether. She says i " I got rheumatism which made my knees and elbows very stiff and painful. (I ha...

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

Elloney 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, flexico, Mo. SSrttrr Nut 5W1 By ANNA McCLURE SHOLL. hension would raise lur far above the incidents of even the most intri cate confession. Becoming sibylline for knowledge of character is sometimes knowledge of the future her narrative would be less a per sonal revelation than a triumph of spiritual insight. Mrs. Browning told the truth about herself in her sonnets to Robert Browning, but between such a confession and the morbid self-analysis of a Bashkirsteff what a gulf! It is the men rather than the women who have invited the world into their dressing rooms. From St. Augustine to Rousseau, from Mar cus Aurelius to Amiel, they have kept journals for posterity and made their confess...

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

T.TH mrrouisAi. s. Mexico ' Missouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1904. NUMBER 7 IS i i a r n I r- j ii f I nrMiM A ran OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN vy That's The Point SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NeWS IN PELLET FOHM Jll C y A The Martinsbnrg Enterprise has suspended publication. Marthn L. Jenkins ia suing her husband, John P. Jenkins, for divorce. Judge J. J. Alexander ia now assistant cashier of the Farmcis' Bank at Lnddonia. Misses Ollie Baker and Edna Oant of Thompson has been very ill with typhoid fever. The Father Forum says that C. B. Carroll, of that locality, will move to Mexico first of the year. Gu8 T. Graham of Mexico flies over our streets aud roads with a brand new 12 power automobile. Thomas Hook sold his 247 acre farm northeast of Mexico to a Mr. Cruuiof Farmer City, III., for $14,000. Mr. Arthur Chatmnn and Miss Nellie Corder, both of this city, were married last week. Mr. Chat man is a railroad employe. Mrs. Hester F. Finkbine, ag...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 December 1904

J Uzxkn Missouri Message JO AS BEAU, Publisher. "YJEXICO MISSOURI Evidently If Jran wants peace It ilt have to fight for It. By common consent the new battle ship New Jersey will be assigned to the Mosquito fleet. "An Iowa bank cashier loses $30, 00 and flees." Cau thia be consid ered a double loss? Another matrimonial agency la In the toll. What la the use of an agen cy of that aort during leap year? The lamha are bleating In Wall street again, and the Round In a Joy ful one to the shearers. Haiti more Sub. Aleileff has arrived at St. Peters burg without a scratch. Hut it must be remembered that he started to rum early. Now that flour Is up and still rising, Ihe beef trust Is perhas Justified In making a few sarcastic observations to the vegetarian. The czar saya he has no fear of the outcome. Walt till he wakes up some night to find that the czare vitch has the croup. The cook problem may be met ln various ways. For instance, there Is Mr. MeDougall .t Brooklyn, who BCTcr eats cook...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 December 1904

TILLMAN BRINGS UP THE CRUM CASE Home Start Annual Fight en the Civil Service Commletlon. Wabslngton: The Senate held only a short session Thursday and ad journed until Monday. Mr. Tillman brought the case of William D. Crum, the colored man nominated for collec tor at Charleston, S. C. into promi nence by asking for a report from the committee on judiciary, as to the stat us of recess appointments. He asked Mr. Piatt of Connecticut, acting chair men of the committee on Judiciary, for an explanation. Responding, Mr. Piatt said that' the resolution had failed to receive con sideration during the past session be cause of the illness of Chairman Hoar, and be promised to bring the matter up at the next meeting of the com mittee.. "Has the committe power to refuse to make a report when under Instruc tions from the Senate to do so?" Mr. Tillman asked, whereupon Mr. Spoon er inquired of the South Carolina sen ator whether the resolution carried a time limit, to which the senator re plied in...

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