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

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Mi'fil, Kdftor nnd Proprietor. Entered at the PuMnflU-e nt McsU-o Mo., ns er(nd-ilaH luatt.-r. THURSDAY, DEC. 1004 Nini' jM-i-fsniis have died iir:tr Springfield. 111., it is reported, "fruiii i strange i n i it tr from rating cabbage." Now Ihcv hi o going to lay Mint on tic "cabbage worm.'' Look it up ami see if it whs not Paris tin-en put on the cabbage plant last summer. T li Maitinsburg Knlri prise plant has again become t lie prop erty of h. A. 1'ird of the Vatidn lia .Mail. Tli if paper will hi-h-Miid again m'oii. Martirsbn: g is :i got d point I - i-ji paper. :iiul tin- man who goes there and st ii-kd to the business will meet with abundant Tin1 Supreme Court this work helpi'il Folk get another linoillcr into tin; penitentiary. Tin- comt aflirtncd the e.ise i gnui.-t Harry Faulkner, who was n gne.-t lius Lehman's "birthday pntiv" in St. Louis, at which tin- if' 17. ."iM) for the passage of the city lighting hill whs ui.-tribiiud. Hi-...

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. — 15 December 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1!04 ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, ft Miss Anna Tomkins, n student at llurdin College, is quite ill. Joe Prtitt, t lie blacksmith, has moved into his new brick building. See that your stocking nre right side out ; never turn the hose on Santa Claus. Judge Sumner remains very ill at the home of his daughter iu this city, Mrs. Win. Stuart. Thomas' Wright has moved to Mexico from Auxvasse. Ha is n salesman with Joe & Vic Hartli. A four inch snow fell in this section Sunday and Sunday night. The weather has been a little more winterish since. E. T. Smith's work horse stray ed from the barn onto the railroad track Friday night and was killed by the cars. Dr. VV. W. Macfurlaue declined reappointment as a physician at the Ei-Coufederate Homo at Hig ginsville and will return to make bis home iu Mexico. Sam 13. Cook, retiring Secretary of State, has announced his inteu tiouof becoming a permanent citi zen of Jefferson City. He will as sume the managership of t...

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. — 15 December 1904

PRESIDENT'S READ Document Deals Voluminously with . Questions of State Tariff Left for Future Communication Position of . the 'Government Toward Organized Labor Dealing with Illegal Combinations. President Roosevelt's message to Congress, read at the opening of the short session of that bod, deals vol raalaously Twlth questions of state. The subject of tariff revision Is left tor a further communication. Sub stantially the message is as follows: To the Senate and House of Represen tatives: Tt nation continues to enloy note mrthr prosierlty. Such proierlty Is of oarM prtmstlly due to the limh Individ sl average of our citizenship, taken to arether with our great natural resources; Kit an important factor therein 1h the working of our long-contlnncd govern snental policies. The people have em fhaticjlly expressed their approval of the eirlnelplea underlying then- ilkle. nnd their 1er Ire that these piitniplcs b kept saibstsntlally unchanged, although of nunc applied In a pro! e.-sive ...

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. — 15 December 1904

Tie That Cure Sick Nerves Mrs. Dora B. Frazier, No. 140 Althea St., Providence, R. I., has been cured of Nervous Trostration by the use of Dr. Williams Pink Pills For Pale People. She says: "I Buffered for three yenrs and was several timci at the point of death. My weight went down to seventy-five pounds. I was afflicted with nervousness, dizziness, Suffocating spells, swelling of limbs, sleeplessness and irregularities, I had a good doctor but ho could vot help mo. The first box of Dr. W liams' Pink Pills did me good and I continued their use until I was cured. I am now perfectly well." These pills are a specific for all disorders of the nerves from neuralgia to partial paralysis. Sold by ell Druggist. night, or whenever used, Defiance' Surcb will be found always the same, always the but. Insist on having it, the most for your money, Satisfaction or money back guaranteed. It is manufactured under the latest improved condi tions. It is up-to-date. It is the best. We give no premiums...

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. — 15 December 1904

f Lloney to On Rood real estate security at the lowest'prevailing rates of interest one! on the most favorable terms. Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Forms of all sizes for sale in Au drain ond odjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas see us. LAKENAN & BARNES, flexico, Mo. THE FINA1 and 01 2 is C C - c And lie was huritMl on the to rise sigain at the never West End '''''''' an long as Win. T. I'earee inns the place. MOTTO Terms Spot Cash or Produce, One price to All, Fair dealing with evrvbodv. Xo Favorites with Anv. W. T. i 1 letter known lv the name of Cyc lone or Uncle llillie. To the People of Mexico: Mn l)f.,.pinl.i ! !l l'.llll -1 take this method ,f oiling I ..,: ),.. ;i ..in... Mllir IIHIMUVII iw ,, r--v. .... - lion for the expression of your I choice for a Oas Franchise. In do ing so 1 thought it would not lie out of place to present to you in a brief form th salient features of the eu'erprise. Oil the 18th of November, hist, th...

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 December 1904

tita HISTORICAL g, Mexico ouri Message. VOLUME VI. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22,1904. NUMBER 8 9. "W A A A it HAPPENED and HAPPENING OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN That's The Point 80ME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Miss PC no) n v. Dogs killed five Bheep and maimed five other for A. 0. Pil lard, sonth of Laddouia, recently. Arnold Hughes, of Modem Woodcraft, was last Friday called to omciate nt the funeral of. a Neighbor at Hallnville. Rev. Emineft Cole of New Flor ence will preach nt Mt. Ziou church, north of Mexico, next Sunday morning and night. Leonard Eubanks, late n resi dent north of Mexico, now located at Preston, 8. D., adds hit name to tha Message subscription list. K. D. Graham of Mexico attend ed the interstate meeting of inde pendent telephone managers held in Chicago last week and deliver ed an address before the gathering. Charier Hardin Baker, son of Charles W.Baker.of Leavenworth, Kansas, formerly of Mexico, died last Friday of scarlet feve...

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. — 22 December 1904

Oexico Missouri Message JOHN DEAL. Publisher. tKXICO .... MISSOURI A Pennsylvania girl killed a ten foot tnake with a hatpin. Highball, or hard cider 7 The Czar lost 84,250 men at the bat tie of the River Bhakhe. Thais enough to make him shakcy. It la a trlse old Innocent bystander ho conea out of the woods as soon as the deer-hunting season begins. Lord Curzon's departure for India is a gratifying Indleatlon that hla charming wife Is going to get well. ."A fool and his freedom are soon parted," remarked the bachelor, upon hearing of the marriage of another friend. Everybody linn to tread lightly in tho vicinity of the French cabinet these days, for the slightest jar might upset It A woman won an automobile In a lottery, and does not know what to do with it. Let her trade It off for a seal akin rloalc. How does It happen that always there Is a chorus girl with him when a prominent man get hurts in an au tomobile smash-up? Andrew Carnegie has a large slice of his fortune yet remainin...

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. — 22 December 1904

MINERS LAY LEITER CASE BEFORE YATES Positions Have Bean Found for Nearly All Idle Men. Springfield, 111.: Secretary Ryan, States President Perry and other of ficials of tbe ur.'ted mine workers' union, called on Gov. Yates Thursday and made plain their side of the con troversy at Zelgler. They Insisted to the governor that union miners have not had a hand In the affair at Zelgler and denied the sensational reports emanating from there. They did not request the governor to recall the troops, but said the truth should be known. "Iln the first place." said Secretary Ryan, "tbe miners have an agreement with the Illinois coal operators for prices for mining coal per ton and general mining conditions, and this agreement covers every mine In the state. Mr. Letter positively refused to sign the agreement, and still refuses to pay the scale of his competitors. The method of Joint agreement, we believe, is best for operators, em ployes and the general public. The only object Lelter can have I...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 December 1904

THE MESSAGE "Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. F.ntered at the rostoflir at Monlco Mo., u scond-clafti matter. THURSDAY. DEC. 22. 1904 Don't gossip about your neigh born; it'sbnd; it's dnngarous. Oct in the debt-paying hnbit. Square up nil your little accounts, at lenst us often ns you pay your taxes. '' Parker for President was the worst beaten candidate since the war. He received only .'W per cent of the popular vote and 29 per cent of the electoral vote. IJry nn had 1' million more. If you get a statement from the j Merkage concerning subscription ; dues, t'lcnse do not allow yourself j to feel hurt over it. We get state ments every thirty and sixty days from those from whom we buy pa per mid type stock, and we have to come up with the money, too, or next thing there's a sight draft, and then (here's . Every owner of a horse should procure a blnuket with which to cover his animal this cold weather. It is cruel to leave u horse standing out in the cold af...

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

4 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 22. 1904 0 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. U Eld. W. II. Hook is home California. from Mrs. N. H. Clark is dangerously ill. nt Laddonia Mrs. Ad. Barnes has been very sick. at Worcester Born, to Nolan Hodge and wife, near Worcester, a son. Master Bryan Johnsou at cester has been qnite sick. Wor- The two little and Mrs. F. R. quite ill. daughters of Mr. Jesse have been Worcester s rabbit hunt came off last Suttirday.- Over 500 rab bits killed. Mrs. Lee Barker at Laddouia bus been quite ill for some time and gets no better. The ladies of the Presbyteriau church at Bcnton'City will give an oyster supper Thursday night, December 29. The State Railroad Commission, it is said, has ordered the three railroads centering into Mexico to erect a new union station here. Mollie Holt and Cora Brown, both colored, had rt fight on the postoffice corner Saturday night. One used a knife on the other, Both landed in the police court. Recently.when the young negroes of Monroe City w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 December 1904

my DY gARY feEVEREVX WITH ILLU3TPA7X5M3 BY OOfl C. WUON CHAPTER IV. To.ilon. on the Mediterranean, was I thl time the great military depot of France. Its inhabitant numbered bout twenty-five tbouaand: and more than fifty frigates and ships of the line rode at anchor in ita harbor, while within Ita spacious magazine wan col lected an immense quantity of military and naval atorea. Scarcely a day passed during the fall and early winter of 1793 that did aot bring lo the city faralllfn and In dividual from all parts of France, seeking protection from the Revolu tionists' rurrHics outrage which the Committee were either unable to con trol, or to which they were indifferent. At Toulon, the friends of the old monarchy argued av.oiiR themselves that the violence 'th which their land had been filled tan too terrible to be longer endured; and they began to discuss the Idea of surrendering the city. Its magazine, forts and ships, to the combined Knglinh and Spanish fleets lying outside Its har-...

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. — 22 December 1904

Nothing It to sensitive to cold aa mm and this ii the huh of Neuralgia ! St. Jacobs Oil; by friction and penetration ararme, soothes and cures the woral cues. Price 2ic and 50c Didn't Like Hla Face. One Vlrglla Marry of Paris attacked utrauger with a knife because he considered It "an unfriendly act for a man with such a face to go about the streets." THE PERUNA ALMANAC IN 8,000,000 HOMES. The I eruna Lucky Day Almanao has become a fixture In over eight million homes. It can be obtained from all druggists free. Be sure to Inquire early. The 1905 Almanac Is already published, and the supply will aoon be exhausted. Do not put it off. Get one to-day. Pretty Near Perpetual Motion. Herr Noll of Berlengen, In Ger many, has made a clock warranted to go 9,000 years without winding. The well earned reputation and increas ing popularity of the Lewis' "Single Binder," straight So cigar, is due to the maintained high quality and appreciation of the smoker. Lewis' Factory. Peoria. IlL European B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 December 1904

p Lioney to Loan.,. 0 m On good real estate security at the H lowest-prevailing and on the most '4 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. p ft g Hon. Walter Burch. To tin' Cltiwiis of Audrain County: By your votes you have eommis sioned me tc net ns your next rep resentative in the (ieneral As sembly of Missouri. I would be ungrateful indeed if I failed to ap preciate the honor of act ing as your servant. I would be citrcles-! of my sworn duty if I failed to appre ciate the responsibilities of thut posit iou. I believe in popular government. I believe that the closer the people get to the government, the batter and stronger will the government be. Hence it is my ambition to Represent the true sentimeut of my constituency. To this end I invite the aid of every citizen who is interested in the luw-makiug of his State. I want ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 December 1904

mia ni!To::t :h 4 exico Missouri Message VOLUMfe VI. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY MISSOURI, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1904. NUMBER 9 M $ HAPPENED and HAPPENING a S ' OR EXPECTED TO HAPPEN ' A y V 4-, SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS IN PELLET FORM Fullcr& Sagercy are going of business at Rowena. out Miss Alpha McDaniel, at Ben to u City, has been afflicted with the measles. Hon. J, A. Tottiof Mexico was last week re-elected as president of the State Fair directory. Gantt & Considine at , Thomp bob bought 200 bead of yearling heifers recently of C. Householder. The entertainment Riven by the Elks in Mexico last . week netted abdut $200, which has been put into a fond for the deserving poor of the' city. Eev. Father Haar at Martins burg retorned recently from a hos pital in St. Louis where ha had ben for a number of weeks under medical treatment. He has regained his former health. V. E. Orubb is the new consta ble of Prairie township, John Dal ton, constable elect, declining to qualify. Mr. ...

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. — 29 December 1904

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 December 1904

JAPANESE CAPTURE ANOTHER FORT General Nogl Captures Important Posi tion on Eait Keekwan Mountain. Toklo: After a heroic struggle Gen ral Nogl's forces have wrested an other Important position from the de fenders of Port Arthur, In the cap tiire of North Fort, on East Keekwan Mountain. The Russians were driven ott by storm upon the successful ex plosion of an Immense mine under the fortifications. t Is reported that the Japanese have aelxed a strong position about 1,000 .yards southeast of 203-Meter Hill, pre paratory to assaulting the new town and pushing between Llaotl Mountain -and the Russian headquarters at fori Arthur. The fighting against 8ungshu moun tain continues. The following report of the capture of North Fort was telegraphed from Genera Nogl's headquarters Monday: "At 2:15 o'clock on the afternoon of December 18, part of our army blew tip the parapets of the. north fort of 'East Keekwan Mountain and then charged. "A fierce battle with hand grenades ensued. "Owing to the...

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. — 29 December 1904

J THE MESSAGE Published Every Tlmrwlny. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered at thn rtouic! at Mexico Mo., a conl-cla matter. THURSDAY, ifiSO. 29. PJ04 The election next Monday will be for rm. Saloons pay $3,000 to do hnsi net in Fulton. Mexico will set the gat plant; that's settled now. The ens plant will go far toward settling the fuel problem in Mex ico. The price of egg still going higher. In the Urger cities it is predicted that before spring they will go as high as 50 ceuts a dozen. Grant Beat, Editor of the Lad donia llcald, has been Renouxly sick for several days. His broth er, John Bnal, of this city is at his bedwide. A Burn- k rtn l)f U mil n r never bns been a euniliilrite for -pointuieut us AsBiflaut Siatr'u At torney. To be chosen tc such a pi ace would be a high honor, bin he is not seeking it nor expecting il. The fiiy Council and the Busi ness Men' Association, both rec ommend that the gas friui cIiim' propfhilioii hhould eiirr) in the election next Monday. Il ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 December 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 29. 1904 tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. W VV. A. Douglass of this city pent a few days last, week down at bit farm near Venice. W. S. Haggard, of Mexico, whose redcCC WtlH ttllHoSl ll -If 1,1 fire, is nhiiilding Miid oiling ng bid Iiouh. After Feb. 1 nuiil service M ill lie established on Rural Route No. 2, serving: the pnblio north, north west Bud Went of Molillii A uliootimj match nver at. Ven ice a few day ago. "Bun" Wil son and Carl Hamilton of Martins burg went over and won n big fat turkey. R. S. McQuie and wife desire through the columns of this paper to express their heart felt thanks to the good peopUof Uilead church for the handsome and generous do nation received , from them on Chrisiuas day. J. E. Middleton left this week for Tulsa, I. T., where he will spend some little time looking around. His family will remain in Mexico. If ha strikes "something rich" in the territory, in a few months bis family willfollow him. Hope he may meet with good fortun...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 December 1904

THE 1 GLOBE TROTTERS' NEW YEAR'S f I Love of Adventure Has Landed Many Men in Positions ? of Discomfort and Danger. I Q "fl --tf'" --y- y" f- -y- -flr fl. -1 . . rtflr r inrOflu ttft A grizzled, sun-tanned, hard-featured man, whose face bore the stamp of hardship and adventure, was sitting In the smoking room of a New York tsotel. He happened to glance at a calendar and aaw that the day was Dec. 81. "By Jove!" he exclaimed. "So to morrow Is New Year's day. Lnless something happens before then, it will be the quietest New Year I've spent In twenty-three years. "In all that time I have cever been so near my old home In Scotland as I am now. Often I've tried to get home, lut somehow or other New Year has always found me In a tight corner in some-out-of-the-way part of the world." This man's experience Is typical of that of many of the globe-trotters in this age, when people are so fond of "going to and fro in the earth and walking up and down in it." like a cer tain personage In the Bo...

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

, Unci Gam's Shrew. Bargain. Bine tbe purchase of Alaska baa yielded $150,000,000 worth of gold, furs and fish, and the territory has purchased from the United States la the meantime merchandise valued at $100,000,000. The value of the Alas kan flub, sold In the single year 1901 purchase money paid for. the country, was $8,000,000, or more than the purchase money paid for the country. In that year we received from Alaska $10,228,004 In merchandise and $ 4.71S. 579 In sold. 'Ifi iwniwwullTWwl Wnetanrl 1 1 1 hrat W on or Vr. a Hit Hmt Nerva Hrtoa r. end fnr FR V K OO Irtnl bolll and tWn sa.M.-ua.t--.a Ai-is-was. miiaaauisia. Narrow-Minded nes. It la not until your relation with others Is understood that you can auc cessfully plan your own life. For this reason the narrow-minded person Is a failure In that he shuts himself out from human nature and life. Try One Package. If "Defiance Btarch" does not please you. return It to your dealer. If It, does you Ret one-third more for the same ...

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