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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 November 1905

THfc MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1903 Theo. WillianiH and family have moved buck to Mexico from Hell flower. , J.L.HUGHES, Undertaker, 206 S. Jeff. St. City 'Phone, 4O0; Union, 34. Mr. aud Mrs. Ford Fox, livinu northwest of Mexico, are both sick with typhoid Tevcr. The City Couueil has granted Win. Porowki suloou license for another six months. Rev. A. A. Wallace is conduct ing revival meeting at the Mex ico Presbyteriau church. The Message returns thauks to City Collector J. D. McKe for a sack of fine eating apples. Eld. M. P. Mathe.ny is conduct ing a series of meetings nt the Regular Daptist church in Mexico. Jewell Null, who suffered n crushed foot by a C. & A. freight traiu a few weeks since, is able to be up. Prof. D. A. McMillan, superin tendent of t li o Mexico public schools, has been iu feeble health since last summer. Vandalia is building a new $20, 000 school building, aud their school is not yet opened waiting for the new building. Rev. Feustermaeher of Kentuc ky is a...

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. — 2 November 1905

Mexico Kissocrl Kcssaje. OHIt BEAU hbU iccnoa l t ( MISSOURI Famine la prevalent In 100 district of 13 nusslan provinces. Thli means that IR.noo.OOO persona will bar to bs fed tiDtil next July. English poachers bars adopted khaki for wear during business hours. They find It make the evasion of atchful gamekeepers easier. Three burglars In New York claim to hare robbed 409 homes. And to add to the disaster a great majority of the men who were robbed had their Htm Insured. The irreat l.fo Insurance companies being eleemosynary and missionary In ititutlons. It Is up to Deacon Rocke feller to donate them a bunch (or the food of thn noble cause. Instructions are given by the British admiralty office regarding the manner In which oil should be poured on "trou bled waters." It Is recommended that the oil be dropped overboard in small perforated canvas bags capable of holding from one to two Radons. Charles Hose, a resident of Sara wak, India, has been Investigating beri beri and has come t...

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. — 2 November 1905

AUTOCRACY DEAD; THE PEOPLE REIGN Reveille for Constitutional Govern 4 ment Sounded in Russia. THE CZAR ISSUES MANIFESTO M. Witt Oomalnloati Premier, With Aatkorlti- Ulfr tk Fow c of the (iDTtrnnnt Along! Mar Liberal Lines. St Petersburg, Oct 21. The autoc racy of the Romanoffs and the old or der of things hag ceased to exist in Russia. Emperor Nicholas ha sur rendered. "Art imperial manifesto has been Is sued appointing Count Wttte prime minister with special authority to co ordinate and unify the powers of the different branches of the government Civic liberties are granted to the Rus sian people and to the national assem bly Is given legislative power, while the suffrage Is enlarged." Count Wltte Insisted on a cabinet on the BrltlBh model, with a selected pre mier responsible to the Imperial dou ma, or parliament, while the emperor clung to the appointment of the mtm- THE LAST OF THE AUTOCRATS. bers of the cabinet or the American plan by the emperor as chief of state. The followin...

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. — 2 November 1905

THE MESSAGE PuMuhed Every Thursday. John Beftl, Editor and Proprietor Eotr4 at th Pottoffle tt lUilco Mo., M Meoad-clui matur. Terms of Hulicriftion: Om js 11 . 8li Montka ThrM Month THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1905 Four religious revival meeting in progress in Mex ico. With all that effort we ought to be good. The Czar has lost his grip. He grants the people a constitution. Thus the last autocracy in the civ ilized world bends to freedom's demands. PLAIN ENOUGH. Callaway county expects to pay out of debt next year. And the following Thaukegiviug Day will be a thanksgiving the Kingdom sure enough. City Collector McKee thi nks the printers are all right. lie remem iters tnera every year with some little j"treat." It was Imperial York apples this time. In the local option election in Lincoln county last Saturday the "dryo" carried the day by 500 majority. The temperance folks had an easier victory than they ex pected. The Farber Forum says that Champ Claik was the first public man in Missouri t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 November 1905

MARRIAGE BROKERS OF NEW YORK CITY Methods of Schatchens, Straight and Crooked, Among Girls of the Yiddish Quarter. ARE A MIGHTY POWER How They Ply Their Trade Among the Inno. cent Young Jewish Maidens of the Cast Side Swindlers and Their Subtle Methods Described. New York. On the great East side of this wonderful metropolis, waere the innocent foreigner naturally drifts on his arrival in America, to seek his brother countryman, the schatchen finds a rich field for plying his trade. The schatchen (pronounced shot ken), better known as marriage broker, is one ol the most curious sur vivals of ancient orientalism which one may find In many a day's travel. He is a busy, prosperous man, with good business and a large following of clients, and he has developed his ancient and picturesque trade along the modern lines of commercial Amer ica, but withal he remains the schat chen the matchmaker, the trafficker in young men and maidens, the inde fatigable, serene, obsequious, popular marriage ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 November 1905

0 "n U (3 0 n J Ul Tl Jl f"r' """"" """ ' .m, lb I III,. ., i J L. . IM n ... ....... J L- Having decided to quit the stock business and rent our farms, we will on I Mm in A lwi ia jl (f) r U 9 liUJ at our Range Line Farm, 13 miles southwest of Mexico, Mo., and 7 miles southeast of Centralia, Mo., sell the following personal property: 0 Jl U U L 0 d (j n jQl Jul JcA JU LID A h If a ? m fun r I! If r J lJ LmJ wj Li J Li.... J L-J U" Lw 80 high grade three year old feeding steers. 49 high grade two year old steers, 14 spayed heifers,, 25 cows, 14 heifer calves, 12 year- yi lino: steers, a two year oia snortnorn mills fe Aull (subiect to reoristrvi.two hiorh crrade Short- - - U x O " Horn Dulls, Drooa sows, 14 steer calves, I fif u Jl u uyd j I Jl J I 'Mill V.iK' V floncn. pn o 1'' v.?...-- r.iv. it.r...' J""- fiwes 200 stock hogs, 2 mule colts, 1 yearling mule, 5 mares, 1 two year old filly, 2 hay frames, 3 farm wagons, 2 hog crates, some harness, etc, TERMS: All stints of $10.00 and ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1905

h e';: ICO jr, ouri Message NOVEMBER 9, 1905 5 V A A 16 Miss A A VOLUME VII. NO. 2 e t BAPPEfilD AND HAPPENING. Win. IIughea,Rhinelander,Wis., reads the Message. Nearly, 300 hunters' licenses have been issued in Audrain. Miss Polly Clendonin is attend in Visitation Conventin St.Louis. Mrs. EL. U. Butts, of Vandalia, visited relatives in Mexico last week. C. M. Berry of near Thompson is home from a visit to relatives at Ballinger.Texas. R. L. Day, of near Farber, is out in Washington and California visiting relatives and "looking around." M'ibs Alberta Porter.daughter of Rev. J. J. Porter, formerly of Mexico, died at Joplin last week of typhoid fever. The Middletowu Chips says it "snrwed" the other night, bat it did not lie on the ground long enough to be counted. Guess you can guess what Chips meant to 8 pell. Louis C. Grady, of Maro, III., was here last week looking after bis newly purchased farm, the P. J. Penegarplace.near Benton City. Mr Grady will move to the farm early next sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1905

The Bad Boy Tells His Unci About London Fogs How They Bod First-Class from Liverpool to Lon ;' don A Visit at "Bill" Astor's ! Country Flac How "BUT" Flunkey Bat on a Chestnut Burr. DT HON. GEORGE W. TECK. E Governor of Wlncondn, Formerly Editor of Perk's Run, Author of "Peck's Had Box." etc.) (Copyright. W06. bjr Joirph B. Bowl.) "Com In, you young heathen," said the gruceryman, as the Bad Boy looked through the front door. "It a foggy morning." "FoRgy?" said the Bad Boy, aa he cateu himself. "Say, old man, you just ought to tee a London fog. It a court sentenced me to live In that towu, I would appeal the rase, and ask the Judge to temper his sentence with mercy, and bang me. The fog there Is so thick you have to feel around like a blind goddess, and when you show up through the fog you look about IS feet high, and you are so wet you want to be run through a clothes wringer every little while. For two days we never left our hotel, but looked out of the windows waiting for the fog ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1905

Happenings Kovvl (na Det-Id. Tho state supreme court refused to grant tho application tor a writ of habeas corpus for the release of Lee DeFord, the Altamont bank cashier from the penitentiary, where he Is serving an eight-year term for receiv ing money when the bank was in a failing condition, lis was sentenced to serve two years on each of four counts, and he sought to be released, having served 18 months, under the provision of the three-fourths rule, his prison conduct being good. This would have given him liberty for six months when he would have been returned to the prison to serve another 18 months, and so on, until all four sentences had been rorrfpri nut Aa tha awnnri un- tence, however,. under the statutes, be gins Immediately upon the expiration of the first, he has already entered up on its service, and must remain in the prison six years, getting tho time oft allowed for good behavior all in one. There are efforts now being made to have the governor either pardon him or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1905

THE MESSAGF Published Every Thursday. John Bal, Editor and Proprietor Kniered it th PostoflloB at Mnilct Mo.. WKwnd-claim mtur. Ttrm$ ot Hulscripliom On yer fin Muntbt K Tbrea Montbt 2t THURSDAY, NOV. !, 1905 Tin; County Tern-hern' Inxtituti convenes in Mexico to day. The Wabash now threatens to cut offomo of its Sunday train service. Tlio railroads tire learn ing I hut 't docs not ny to work ii mini tiny nnd night and then ilny ti 10. Sun- Tin: Mexico public wants no wide-open town. Good officers must he chosen lit next spring' flection. The lid is on in Mexico, nnd let's keep it on. NoitTli Mnrtinshnrg, on the Burlington, just north of MiiHino burg proper, talks of incorporat ing. Martirisburg is spreading tint since the new railrond was )iut thru that section. A Sfiloon keeper in Chicago wn lined $50 for giving n horse heer and making hitn drunk. Wonder what 1 lint court would lmve done with the siiloonkceiier if he hud given heer to n man? Gov. FoiK receives from twen Iv In thir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1905

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1905 County Court is in session this week. Mason Creasey resigned as fire chief Monday night. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. David Ilollopeter, a daughter. Dave and Wm. Owen have bought the Carter Meat Market iu Mexico. Work on the new C. & A. pas senger depot in Mexico is pro gressing rapidly. Rev. J. D. Greer of Laddonia is assisting in a revival meeting at the Christian church in Sturgeou. Rev Abbott of Marshall is as sisting Rev. A. A. Wallace in the protracted meeting at tho Mexico Presbyterian church. The revival meeting lit the Mex ico Christian church is growing in interest aud power. Additions to tho church almost daily. The revival meeting at the Mex ico Methodist church i3 growing iu interest. Eleven conversions and additions to the church Sun day night. Mrs. R. M. White lost her pet dog Fritz this week. The canine went mad and came near taking the premises. It bit a neighbor dog aud both dogs were shot. Tho Federal Grand Jury meets in St. Louis t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1905

Mexico Missouri Message, JOHK BKAL, Pabllshrr. USXICO lilt MISSOURI Gen. Booth has no money and relies on a small legacy lea hlra a few years tgo. He draw no monsy from the Salvation army. Just because he ran over and killed a man. tiro French court at Marseille baa fined an automoboUat $2,000 and tent him to prison for two rear. According to the governor of Ore gon, one man has stolen more than 100,000 acres froii that state. How ever thu stato still owni a plot large enough to accommodate a penitentiary. In Iowa there ore at present 14 wom en bank cashiers and 18 women assist ant bank earthier. And these banks are solvent. Bound and substantial, and mako money. Statistics, moreover, nhow that no bank directed by a wom an In lon-a has ever closed lta doom through failure. The salaries of the heads of the banks of RnRland nnil Germany com bined amount to 140,10. Tho salary of the hf.Kl of ono Insurance company In this country is $l"j0,00n, to say noth Ins of the salaries of the rest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1905

Renewing Her Youth By MART GILBERT OHE was In a rebellious mood. It O seemed to her that she had at was been considered old. She wished that people could realise how glrliBh ' he was at heart, despite her 60 years and the gray halm that clustered round her forehead. Married at 17, Mrs. Hoyt had beon a mother before she was 20 and a grandmother before she was 40. Now she was visiting her son, and was secretly annoyed at the respectful consideration shown her by all the .family. Her daughter-in-law treated her as If she were 70; .he children were never allowed to play with her long, Jest she weary of their Hrely antics. This morning young Mrs.' Hoyt had been summoned to a neighbor's bed side, and had left Eleanor with strict injunctions to be very good to grand ma and very quiet It was compara tively easy to obey the first order, ut how was such a bright-eyed torn toy a 14-year-old Eleanor to carry out the second? QuietT Quiet, when the Ice on the jiond was like glass, and this was pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 November 1905

FROM JAPAR A Former Audrain County Lady Wrltet of Her Trip to the "Flow ery Kingdom." The followiug appeared in the Vandalia Leader last week. Honolulu, Sept., 4, 1905 My dear Mother and Fathers Well, we landed Friday morning about nine o'clock after one of the smoothest passages ever made and on a reeord breaking trip so far as passengers for Honolulu were concerned. We had eighty-three for this place, the largest number ever landed here at one time be fore. Mr. Ilopper and a nutnbqr of other members of the church were there to meet us. After a few introductions at the wharf Mr. Ilopper brought ns to his home where we still are and bid fair to be for several days yet. They have so many things planned for ns that they won't hear to our looking for a house yet. They keep fonr servants, two Chinese and two Japanese, so company doesn't mean to them as it does to people at home. They have two acres and a half in the yard and a great, big commodious (f ) bouse is complete' ly hidden in p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1905

fit 1tttlt 1' " jDSEtiti rassxssassHS y .mbiiiim 'yf-hiMWi8lBiTH!n?i'?i 'Vii"'LltJILIw BBSS jr. e x rco js- NOVEMBER 16,1905 VOLUME VII. NO. 3 Missouri ; Message: 391 CS M HAPPENED AND HAPPENING.fi The Herald says the mumps ore now having n ran in Laddonia. Arch Jacobs is the mail carrier ou the F. R. D. route started out fromsFarber this week. Lnlu See is suing her husband, Luscious See, for divorce. She al leges desertion and non-support. Rev. II. B. Rice of Laddonia has been chosen pastor of Mt.Zion Baptist church, near Molino, for the coming year. Recorder Kendall issned mar riage license in Mexico last Thurs day to Mr. R. S. Riley of Perry and Mies Mattie M. Gregory cf Monroe county. Leonard Eubauks, formerly re siding north of Mexico, is located at Paonia, Colo., and writes friends back here that he is well pleased and is prospering. The following cointnitte of this city are soliciting funds to aid the suffetingiews from outrages in Russia; Si Phillip, Oscar Poisson, Joe Barth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1905

l Hia Dad at a Chris. JWrdtng House-The Hia Undo How They .adnaped In Orate Dad .ilot Tlma" la tha Bandits' Whaa They Wara Asleep , on a Knla. OEOROE W. PECK. W Wlaconaln. Former Ed- -k'm Bun," Author of Jtad Boy," etc ) JoMch D. Bowles.) u har got your so you can j-rlcan living sftyman to the to tha grocery ud sat down on At, and reached Jit sugar, and filled J.& nan had Just cut yd ha sliced oft a thin vand laid It ca a big :r and banded .1 to the "Just lay that Inside and tell ma if you got any- i eat la Europe that could bold A BEAT'TIFUr, WOMAN MKE A GIU.IJK STATt'R KOBE UP HE FORK US. a candle to that for filling up the waste places and making a hungry euan feel at peace with all the world." "dee, but cheese stops that tired feel ing in a fellow like taking chloroform for a toothache," said the boy, as ho put himself outside the lunch the old .man had provided. "There la no ab sent treatment about cheese, like tha Christian Scientists teach. It is the real stuff. 'We have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1905

V i THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS They Art About as Foreshadowed By the Earlier Returcs. A MIXFO RESULT IN NEW YORK Republicans Defeated in Pennsyl vania and Oale, the Reform Ele seat Sweeping? Philadelphia Rcaalt Bliiwkttai HEW YORK. (louiplete Hat Unofficial Httiru Give MeClellaa 8,-sSS Plurality. New York, Nov. 9. The city of New Tork complete but unofficial returns Eire McClellan 3,485 plurality over Hearst The total vote was: McCIel an, 228,651; Hearst, 225,166; Ivlns, 127, 043. Jerome, for district attorney, with two precincts missing. Is 11,450 votes ahead of Tammany candidate Osborne. Tammany gets the rest of the ticket, but loses the board of aldermen. PENNSYLVANIA. Reform Win In Philadelphia la the 1 State the Fusion. Ticket Wins. Philadelphia, Nov. 9. Complete re turns from every ward' la the city give the city party 148,679 and the republi can candidates 106,346, a plurality for the city party of 43,333. William H Berry, the fusion candi date for state treasurer, has carr...

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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. — 16 November 1905

THE MESSAGE PuhlUhrf Every Thnmiay. John Beal. Editor and Proprlto Entrd at tba Poatofflee at Meilc Mou M uoond-clkw matter. Termi of Hubtcriptiont One rr " w-w SK Months K Three Months B THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1905 The independent voter got in his vote lent week. The party bos and yellow doy politics were sat down upon in tb elections in Ohio and Pen&ylvania and New York the other day. A keuoioi'S revival is on in Mexico which threatens to turn the old town upside down. Well, it needs it; let it turn. "Mark Twain," in an interview, nays he ia a mUKwntnp. He be lieves a third party should be maintained for killing oft political bosses. Farbeb is now the only place between Mexico and Louisiana where there is a saloon. Many Farberites are not proud of the distinction. Ohio was 200,000 majority Re publican two years ago; last week the old State went 40.000 Demo cratic. The voters went after the Republican booses aud the machine and sunn sli 'd them. The way to effectually knockout the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1905

THE MESSAGE TEACHERS RESOLVE. i n I, The Late Meeting The Eest E?er THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1905 Held in the County. v Mrs. Charles Luckie is very ill at her home on East Monroe. Virgil Williams, Jr., of Mexico, has accepted a business position at Sedalia. Ex-Sheriff Matt Melsou is in Florida and thinks of locating in that State. Harry Turner has leased his Wellsville Record for a year and will take a rest from editorial harness. The Crowu Laundry Company of Mexico, W. V. Williams pro prietor, is going to pnt in a steam dyeing and dry cleaning depart ment. A fistic encounter in Kemper's pool room last Monday afternoon between Ed Corder, Taylor James and Mike Donnelly. Arrests fol lowed. Mrs. Etta Crawford, formerly, of Mexico, on on extensive visit on the Pacific coast, was quite se verely injured recently in a street car accident in San Francisco. The barber shops and nearly all the business houses close at 7:30 each evening except Saturday on account of the revival services in progress...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 November 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. JOHN REAL, robllahnr. MEXICO tilt MISSOURI Gen. Una Temir.( governor of tbs etale of Chihuahua, I probably the largest landowner In the world. There la nothing speculative about the fate of a banker who goes In for speculation with other pnnnla'a money. Teaching little girls how to buy and to prepare simple, wholesome foods la a feature of aeveral schools on New York's great F5nst Side. Tlio famoua Tugola river, in -South Africa, Is Bald on one occasion to havo ripen 40 feet during a single night ' At the conference of naphtha pro ducers at St. Petersburg the loss of property at Baku during the recent revolution was estimated t $li2,uw, 000. It la said that New Orlennn has learned valuable sanitary lesitons this year, and that next spring she will be able to defy Yellow Jack. The Cres cent City has been at school a long while on this subject. An Englishman In Paris named Crabtie has Invented a paper waist coat, which Is designed as a protoe tlon against chil...

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