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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 October 1905

THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1003 . i ... i' l;lllkliler A Till, III W t. ha licvii int nick. A Good Government League is to be organized in Mexico. M. Donnelly, south ot Seed Tick cliurch, hasi been taking medical treatment in Kam-na City. I. M. Willi.tmi, nortliMsf of Rush Llill, has been suffering from mularin for several months. A new suit lately filed in the Cirouit Court: State of Missouri vs Gottlieb Wiuier, appfaled. Audrain County Medical Society held a meeting with Dr. E. 8. Cuto in Mexico Monday night. Frank Lucre's fine imported spauial became a sufferer from hy drophobia Sunday and had to be killed.' Rixey & Burch,' the real estate njQt.will take offices shortly in the new French building, southeast corner of the square. The Beaver Dam and Skinner base ball teams played each other on the grounds ot the latter last Saturday and Skinner was beaten 7 to 3. Johu Morris, who resides north of Lnddonia, lost his pocketbook th other day containiug $35. lie missed it while on his farm ...

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. — 12 October 1905

"THE PASSION PLAY." Mrs. W. J. Bryan in the Common er Telia of S methiog so O'd It Is New. Wo all recall bow much was written of Oberammcreau in 1900. Every magazine and many news papers bvo detailed accounts of the wonderful Passion Play enact ed Ultra and of the tliounnnd who flocked to witness it. Kaeli writer emphasized the fact that only once in ton j ears is "the Passion Play presented. You may imagine my delight to lenrn that this year an exception and been made and that something worth whild was doing in Oherammergan. The village lies quite encircled by mountains and no railroad have jet ventured there. The out er world was quite unaware of the existence of this little place until twenty or thirty years ago. Then the newspaper men raised a mighty fhout. "Come quick," said they, "we have found something so old that it is very new indeed. Nearly n thousand years ago England saw our Christ live and die and live again in these strange plays. Long after, (termany'a peasants won d...

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. — 19 October 1905

I W Rli E X I C O iF " U I Missouri Message. I OCTOBER 19, 1905 VOLUME VI. x NO. 51 .. - - - . i . i J. A. Quiok has bought a homo iu Farber and moved to that town. Louie Dosi and wifu of Mexico moved t St. Louis this week to reside. Mrs. Arthur Corner at Laddon ia ba been in vary poor health all summer. The new Wabash depot iu Mex ico is to be built of cement blocks, it is said. The Luddouia publio school closed Friday to come to the Mex ico street fair. Fred A. Morris was king of the Jibatsat tha carnival last week. He chose as queen Miss Nellie Hill. . Carroll is the uame of the min ers' new town this bide of Vanda lia. I. N. Bondarant has erected the first store. , Arthur Stotler.late of St. Louis, is with his brothers at Laddonia, this county, quite ill with asthma and consumption. E.E. Phears and wife, of near YVellsville, were here to see the camiral Ust week. They paid the Mkssaoq a pleasant call. The ten months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mongler of Mexico was the wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 October 1905

GIRL'S ALLOWANCE OBEAT MISFORTUNE TO BE ABLE TO SPEND HONEY FOOLISHLY. The Girl with an Allowance Learns to Bs Practical and Independent The Sura Should Be Moderate, But Ample to Cover Necessary Er peniet Eandle Your Allowance In a Business-Like Way The "Ami able Borrowing" of a Boarding School Oirl Every Olrl Should Have Her Cliarlttee. BT MAKOAItKT K. BANCSTKH. (Cut) rliihl, IWZ, by J&"ih I). Howie ) If I had my way I would give every flrl a moderate allowance In cash to cover her cxcnic3 liy tne week or the month. Please not Ire, glrln, the force of the adjective. I would not bestow on a schoolgirl so much money that the would be prompted to rttab wildly off to spend her little fortune the mo ment she received It, nor that she could buy all the sweets she craved, or even take unlimited rides In trolley cars, or Indulge In any other pastime to her heart's content. Nothing Ib so bad for most of lis as to be able to gratify ivery wish with out soma self-denial. Whether you know ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 October 1905

The Principle and Practice of Health By CDWAID B. WAIMAH (AatNof -Sdemifie riiraleal Tralnlns." For mer Editor Hftittn: Departman Ladies' Hum Journal.) (Copjrlyht, IMS, br J. B. avowlea.) "Eating for Health How You Sat, Kors Important Than What Ton Eat Insufficient Mastication Bring Dyspepsia Sour Counten . ances Make Boor Stomach Dys peptic Should Eat Without Fear Appetite and Hunger Not the Same Two Keali a Pay Never Eat When Tired. I am more and more convinced as the days go by that it la not bo much a question of what you eat aa how you eat. The matter of diet consist! large ly in not eating too much. We should eat to live; not live to eat. The aver age, or I may say, the great majority, of the human family eat too much, too often and too Ignorantly. One-fourth of what we eat keeps us, the remain ing three-fourths we keep at the risk of our lives. Man Is the only animal that will eat when ill. Do not give yourself unnecessary pain for an hour Just for the sake of tickling your p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 October 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Tharaday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor EoUrad at the Poitoflleo at MiIm Mo., M aaootd-claa naOar. Ttrtnt of iiulicriplloni Om Mr H.a 611 Month K TbrM Montbl M THURSDAY, OCT. 9, 1905 A count y fair next year; thai' tie stuff. It was a good behayed orowd liint week. A county fair next year, that'i all llio talk now. Four Ceutralia citizens own and I-rate automobiles. Tli auto is all right; the jay chauffeur make nil the trouble. Tlii) ihowg at the Carnival wore all clean and there was no faking nor gambling. There in a move to expose the tobacco trust next, (live it to 'em; root out tint grafters. A county fair would ho a home institution, and nil the money would be kept at homo. Thomas Culberson of Thompson exhibited four rabbnga heads at the Mexico street fair thnt weighed 72 pounds. The Carnival Company contrib ute J $75 for the Home for Aged Women in Mexiso. It was a com mendable act. TholCarnivnl Compnny rnrried hundreds of dollars out of the count...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 October 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1903 Lafo Hawkins and wire of Thompson bave moved to Colum bia. It is said that the Jibats are form a pernameut organization Mexico. W. S. Ilatbawtj is getting ready to rabuild his business place re cently destroyed by fire. Dr. W. E. Cornett at Rush Dill, they any, fondles a little fawn. It claims his attention like a "Mary's Little Lamb." Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Day and Miss Zelie Gooch of Middletown visited the family of V. F. Morris in Mexico last week. A religious revival is bciug held at Muple Grove, near Rowena. About fifteen additions to the church up to Mouday. V. T. Aruall is at Laddonia to assist in the care of the family of U. S. Gorau, several members of which are quite sick with ty phoid fever. T. J. Gibson of Mexico has the contract for olearing the site for the nw C. & A. depot. It is said that a space north of the depot is to be turned into a park. C. E.Browning, who moved from this county some time since to make his home in Californi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 October 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. JOIIX HKAI Pabltehrr. Mexico : : : : missoiki The Metric System. The perennial question, the adoption of the metric system, suggests to American Medicine the following re marks: "The metric system In prac tical medicine haa not at all proved Ita appropriateness. For most drugs the grain It a more natural measure than the milligram, which la 65 tlmca too mall and la like using on Inch mean lire for a ten-acre lot. The ounce, like wise, la better suited to our purpose than the little gram or bit? kilogram. In spite of tho fart that chemists de pend upon the metric system. It la not at all shown to lie esnrnilal In com pounding prescriptions. The practical physician is thus In the class of prac tical men, uing a grain and ounce be cause they are so convenient. Thui the two sides of the metric contro versy are quite likely to be reconciled by an acknowledgment that the sys tem lias Its ukos, Is Independable to a very small class of men, but unnatural, and theref...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 October 1905

as Th Bud Boy Tell the Groeeryman About Their. Trip Acros They At Sea-Sick Dad Meet a Widow and Loses HI Hesrt and Pocket Book He Appropriate a Steamer ' Chair and Quarrels with the Owner. BT HON. GEORGE W. PECK. (Ex-Governor of Wlnronsln, Formerly Ba ilor of "Peck's Bun," Author of "Peck'e Bad Boy," Etc.) (Copyrlfht, 11106, by Joarpb B. Bowles.) "Say, old geezer," said the Bad Hoy to hU uncle as he settled himself on one of the groeeryman' cracker boxes. "I never wrote you about our trip across, did 1. Well, I tried a dozen tlmea to write, but the sea was so rough that part of the time the table was on top of me and part of tbe time I was on top, and I was so sick I seemed to have lost my mind, over the rail, with tbe other things supposed to be inside of mo. "Oh, old man, you think you know what seasickness is, 'cause you told me once about crossing Lake Michigan on a peich boat, but lake sickness 1b easy compared with tbe ocean malady. I could ehjoy common seasickness and think i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 October 1905

t... -- r- STREET FAIR PREKIUJIS. Corn Prizet, Stock, Vegetable, Fruit and Cereala- The flrat number was beet half bushel white corn. First prize, Chaa. Spottswood; C. M. Faliner, of Callaway, aecoad; S. W. Da vis, third; Riley Coil. Wellgville, fourth. Beit half buihel yellow corn II. II. Sturgeon. II. I. Williamaon, J. Uord Davii, 0. L. Gilbert. Best buihel corn, any variety or color, product of Audrain Wi dom Broi., Chai. Spottswood, George Dean, John Hanger. Best half bushel corn crop 1905 George Dean, John Hanger, Chas. Spottswood, J. L. Ilickmao. Best half bushel iced oern, raised in Audrain, crop 1905 John Hanger, Noble Barnei, Geo. Dean, J. U. Smith. Best 12 ears coru. raised in Au drain or adjoining counties J. Hord Davii, Geo. BiDghara, II. S. Williamson. Beit peck popcorn T. Miller, D. J. Ford. Talleit stalk of corn G. W. Ad ams, K. D. Utt, Frank Eller. Largest ear red corn G. L. Gil bert, of Callaway county, D. B Gray. Lrvrgest ear corn G. L. Gilbert, C. M. Palmer, Chag....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 October 1905

OCTOBER 26, 1905 VOLUME VI. NO. 52 Rfl E XI C .b ,V V A A l.vb. A A ssouri Message. 0fUFmD and HApPEina. Miss Leua Rouse of this city is quite ill with malarial fever. Alex Chapman of Mexico is able to be at work after short severe illness J. T. Morris and family of Mex- ico have moved to Rush live. Ilill to - T. II. Marshall of this city has tone to Nw Mexico to make his home. Robert Offatt left last a sojourn of a year or California. week for more in George Ferris who left thiscoun 27 years ago, is buck in Mexico to make his home. lie comes here from Oklahoma. A farmers' Institute, under the auspices of the State Board of Ag riculture, is to be held at Farber. Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 30 31. Prof. O. P. Browning, teacher of the Middle Grove school in Monroe county, is to deliver an .address before the Audrain county teachers' institute to be held iu Mexico next month. . C. M. Anderson, the man eharg- ed with robbing the Wabash depot at Benton City, was given a pre- liminary bearin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 October 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. JOHM HEAL. rabllaaer. MEXICO t I : t MISSOURI A Gorman statistician note that the Increased kiriRPvity of Europe within the last 60 years Is mors conspicuous among women than men. A Unn and a lioness In the zoo tU Frankfort. Germany, ronned in torr.)i and tremblingly rnouched In a corner of their cacn because a ferrit had ac cidentally entered It. A Virginia paper ventures the opin ion that "Iota of young girls who are devoting lots of time to music les ans will learn after marriage that tvxjklng Is a more valuable accom plishment than thumping a piano." It la rt-ported that the Highland Eootchnian Is ceasing to drink whisky. A visitor to Srodand rays that the typical Highlander, as lie saw him this season, takes an occasional "nip." as before, but that beer Is gradually ousting usquebaugh from Its su premacy. Dr. Werner von Ilolton, in a short note that appears In the Zelischrlft fur Elektrocbneuile, upon the hanlnesa of wrouxht tantalum, Btates that In the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 October 1905

Happenings Can Hot ftra.alata Dramikopa. Judge Howard Gray rendered a de cision at Joplin In which he declared that the state of Missouri does not . grant authority to cities to regulate the dramshops. The case in question was that of the city of Joplin against Louie Jacobs, charged with conducting wine room. Judge Gray sustained a 1 motion to quash, holding that the only powers delegated to municipalities by Missouri statutes were to fix license fees, prevent illegal sale of liquor and prevent sale of liquors to minors. , There is a statute granting authority 10 ciues to regular Mppung nouses. but Judge Gray holds that there is a . wide difference 'between a dram shop and tippling house. . The case will be taken to the supreme court. Acrlenltural laatltute. In connection with the farmers' ln . stltute called for De Bota by the state agricultural board, the Jefferson county agricultural and mechanical associa tion gave an exhibit of farm products, horses, mules, sheep and poultry. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 October 1905

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bcl, Editor nd Proprietor Entered t the Fostofflc at Maxloo Mo., M MCOnd-lMmttcr. Trw Subscription: Om raw ... 8li Montk M Tbrea Month! THURSDAY, OCT. 2G, 1905 A county fair, tnat's the word. MissocBi Democrats must stand for law enforcement. Government ownership of in surance is oua of the likelihoods of the future. Howling Green makes a county fair pay, 40 does Centralis. Now what's the matter with Mexico. Mexico wants no more carnivals. Neither do the farmers. Give us an old-time agrisultural fair, and we don't want it to be a horse race, either. A COUNTY FAIR The "Street Fair and Carnival" is over and the side-shows have pocketed the cash and departed. Did I say side-sliowsT That is hardly correct, as they are the principal feature of every street fair. The agricultural products are tha side-shows. The horsemen received some recognition of the late street fair, while the breeders of other classes of stock had to do some tall hustling to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 October 1905

.;.'.. v ' i " '. - V . . ... ' ' . THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 2G, 1005 Joseph Tate Las been quite ill of heart trouble. ' Bora, to Mr. and Mrs. R,oy Ca ble, of uear Oaut, a daughter. The city council has granted re newal dram shop license t o Win. Kemper. 0. ' .f , Elmer Underwood of this county has a One business position at Kirksville. Revival meeting ia progress at -the Mexico Methodist church. Good attendance and good iutercst. Rixey & Burch, real estate agents, are now located in their new quarters, the French building. Clarence A. Buskirk, Christian Seieutist, of Princeton, lad., will lecture at the court house in Mux ico Nov. 7. Robert Ureeuwood was fined oue dollar and cost last Mohday, charg ed with . disturbing the peace of Frank Armistead. , 1 ' " ' ' J. 8 Asbury & Son have opened a new livery stable just west of the county.jail. They come here from Jefferson city. Miss Leah.Caulhorn of this city has accepted the position of assist' ant bookkeeper for a hardware ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 October 1905

Zzikq Hissocri Kcssse. JOHN SEAL, fabllaher. MEXICO I t 1 MISSOURI With baseball pennant and pollt leal upheaval Philadelphia la likely to nave prominence for a Mm. Import during the tlx montfaa en d June SO, lMofj, show an Item at breadRtuff valued nt IS.r,S2.209. The Papunn native village cunetablo, with ten shillings a Tear and two not forma, la th cheapest pollcemaa Aue tralla ha to pnv. This country Imported during; tb first six months of the calendar yesj 42,881,806 pound of raw cotton, val tied at $6.IWB.S7S. If Prof. tk'brliiK ha found the way to cure consumption be might aa well aay at onre which particular niche la the hall of fame be tnot prefers. The Hamburg-American Steamship Co. ha christened the docks of the Amerlka, lta new vessel, Kaiser, Roose velt, Washington, Cleveland and Franklin, instead of main, lower, etc. Among tlio crying needs of Bouts Africa are wire acreen doors and wire creoni for the windows, for the pur poH- of keeping out the Insect pesta Hitherto s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 October 1905

Happenings Kansas Cltraaa Honored. The twelfth annual national conven tion of the ladlea' auxiliaries of the Knlghta of Father Matthew, waa held at St. Joseph. Chicago secured the next convention. Resolutions were adopted Indorsing Gov. Folk for order ing the saloons closed on Sunday. The following officers were elected: Su preme president, Miss Katharine Kelly Kansas City, Mo.; supreme vice ores ident. Miss Sallle'Hixon, Kansas City, Mo.; first supreme trustee, Mrs. James H. Smith, St Louis, Mo.; second su preme trustee, Mr. Anna Stapleton, Chicago; third supreme trustee, Miss Margaret Downey, St. Joseph; supreme secretary Miss Ivy M. Sweeney, Kan sas City, Kan.; supreme treasurer. Mrs. John Caples, Kansas (Sly, Kan., su preme sentinel, Mrs. Anna Oaks, Jollet I1L , Trarhera Met In Independence. The exiteutive committee of the Western Central Teacher's association of Missouri mot In Independence. There were present W. H. Johnson of Independence, the president; Prof. Ed ward McPherso...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 October 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 2G, 1905 A. H. T. A. ADJOURNS. State Meeting Makes Quick Work Next Gathering at Carthage. Tlie Mhssaoe last week coutaiu d a partial account of the doings of th Auti llorne Thief State Intel i Lie in thin city. The old officer! were re-elected by acclamation it was n good ad ministration and the members wanted more of it. Carthage was selected a the next meeting jilace; October 5, 190G, the date chosen. D. L. Rogers, president of the lodge at Dye Bchool house, this county, was e!e :ted on of three delegates from the Missouri divis ion to tha nulioual meeting to be held at Carthage, Mo.. Oct. 4, l'JOG. Capt. W. T. Lott, of Venice, near adjournment, being one of the oldest members of the order in Missouri and perhaps of the whole country, was prevailed upon for a speech. He told of the times near forty yeai s ago when he was in strumental in organizing a band of farmers for mutual protection against small theft and horce stealing, being then a resident of Cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 November 1905

.sT MEXICO M J Missouri Message. ! NOVEMBER 2, 1905 VOLUME VII. NO. 1 asBisnmaE i ft HAPPENED ARD nAm.UIG.0 Edgar Clark of with typhoid fcver. Mexico is ill Aim. Dixie FowIch o f Brunch has ln'fii vrr.v ill. Lone T. W. McCiuie (if Auxvttsse will bvcome a citizen of Mexico. Samuel Crawford tit Youugs Creek has moved to Moberly. A carpenters' uuion of 15 mem bers has been formed at Vaudalia. C. C. Suaithcy ia in a hospital iu St. Louis for medical treatment. Eld. VV. O. Surber, of Moberly, Drenched at Liberty church, near Thompson, last Sunday. Born, to Mr. and Mid. E. W. Comer, of Colfax, Wash., former ly of Mi xieo.a daughter. The Wabash ami C. & A. are nudiing the woik ou tueir new passenger depots in Mexico. The Staudard Coal Co. at Van dulia put down a new shaft re ccutlv aud 8! ruck a du mull vein of foul, Minor Holts of Mexico left this week for Quiucy.lll., wheiv he will enter Gem City Business College. The Uome Comfort Range Co. of St. Lonis has presented the Home for Acr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 November 1905

STORIES OF THE FAKIRS Br J. P. JOHNSTON Author of "Twenty Year of Hus'ling," " What Happened to Joh niton," Etc. A "THREE-CARD MONTE" OH AFT Confidence Oaine Flayed on Unwary Railroad Pawengers "Sised Up" by the "Feeler" "Steerer" and "Epieler" Get in Their Work Ap peal to Aothoiltlea Grafter In 7.trb of City Marshal Also Bleeda Victim "Spleler'a" End In Ineane Aiylum Ftays HIa Old Tricks on Other Patients. rop right. Ii5, by J-wph B Unwise.) When I was selling Yankee no tions at auction, one of my bent towns was Howard City, Mich. I managed to make the town two or three times a year and would always stay several weeks. On these visits 1 Invariably encoun tered, at the hotel, a gang of several "three-card monte" men. who were al ways carrying on a thrifty business. As to location the town was par ticularly favorable to them, being the western terminus of a short railroad, running through several small towns In eastern Michigan. People going or coming between Grand Rapids and these t...

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