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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 September 1900

7 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SKIT. G, 1'HX) Mexico street fair premium list will booh lo. ready for implication. II. L. iJiekley, of this city, will nddrcss the Itrynii elub nt IttMit-on City next Momliiy night. Down Kast lliey lire betting on the Noveinler election. In Mis souri there is n fine against sneh eni)ers. Dr. J. Ditzler, the noted pulpit orator and debater, preached at the Mexico Southern Methodist church last night. The new Missouri Military acad emy buildings are Hearing com pletion. They are imposing struc tures and real beauties. U. V 11am, district organizer tor the Modern Woodmen, leaves next Monday to attend the Jjodge of Instructions of that order to be held at St. Joseph. Hon. K. C. Crow, Attorney (icneral of Missouri, will address the Mexico Dryau Club tomorrow night. Next day he speaks at the picnic and rally at Laddouia. lames Mix, SO years old, who was an intimate friend of Stephen A. Douglas, is dead in Chicago. He was prominently identified with the history of ...

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. — 6 September 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SKI'T. C, 1900 Enemies of the Hog. Probably there is no nniinnl more profitable to the fanner of the Missixsippi Valley generally than the hog. It lias many aclvan-1 tapes over horses, eattlo and sheep to the fanner of small measure, and is no insignificant factor in the problem of financial success to those of more extended capital. Its great adaptability to eirenm stanees and environment, and its predisposition to turn itself into lard and bacon, always merchant able articles, make it practically the chief tax-payer of all classes of farmers. It has, however, two great ene mies to be combated. The first of these is monopoly, that throttles the law of supply and demand and fixes the prices ot Jam am bacon to suit its own wishes. The only fatal blow to this foe must be struck by the hands of farmers persistently casting anti monopoly ballots. lhc oilier enemy is the swine plague or hog cholera, more ob sen re in its origin ana complex in its working than the fo...

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. — 13 September 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1900. NUMBER 45 Ami tlio next is n laundry trust . Audrain Circuit Court convenes next Monday. Circuit Court docket in this MIC of tin Mi:ssa;k. IS- Arthur Scwall, l'.ryau's rtyining mate in 1S!I(, died last week from apoplexy. Mexico (inn Clult's plunder shoot Sept. '27 is going to draw marks men from all parts of the state. The Mexico Woodman Hand will make music for the produce and colt show at Sturgeon Sept. '21 and Walter I'.urch, of this county, made an excellent speech at the Democratic rally at Luddonia last Saturday. (ioy. Stephens has appointed Miss Mary Jane White school com missioner for Cass county, Mis souri, vice Amos T. Fisher, re signed. Mr. Clayton I lodge and Miss Bertie -I i ill iis n , of this city, were married last week. They will re side on the farm home of the groom south of Mexico. Tim young girl who responded with the cash to an advertisement of a means to keep the han...

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. — 13 September 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 13 19(H) Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Klltcred ut tilt' I'ostolllce lit Mexico, M., us second -class matter, i Terms of Subscription : One Yeur Six Months Tliree Month.. . !.. Till cents. L'.'i relit. Bryan Will be Elected. When V. J. Dryan received the nomination nt Kansas City, July Gth, ninny of his most ardent friends, tho enthusiastic for the candidate, felt that he had little ehanee of election, consequently it was with marked interest that the political skies were watched after his nomination, in order to detect some favorable sign. Events have accordingly so shaped themselves that the impartial observer cannot refuse, when honest with himself, to admit that liryan has the ad vantage now, and is undoubtedly leading his opponent. Fouryears ago there was a strong and influential clement of his own party who refused to support the regular Democratic ticket who nearly all. (supported McKinlcy. This year there is no organi...

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. — 13 September 1900

w w CI si THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 13, 1900 Wireless telephone is the next new invention. It is thought that the Centralia fair will be discontinued. Robert Wilson is recovering from an attack of the fever. Dr. II. K. Hindu and daughter arc home from their recent trip thru Europe. Master Ralph Wilder, of Lad donia, will attend the Mexico High School this year. W. G. Sims, near Rush Hill, with his family will move to Texas shortly. He will have a big sale the 2."th of this month, advertise ment found in this paper. Willis Eastham, in from Rocky ford, Colorado, made the Message nn agreeable call Monday. He thinks he may settle down to farm ing again near Laddonia. The Democratic rally and picnic at Laddonia last Saturday was quite a success and was attended by a large crowd. Congressman Lloyd, lien. E. C. Crow, Orlando Hitt and Walter Burch made speeches. A. M. Harrison and family, of this city, moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma, this week. (Jood peo ple, and Mexico is sorry to lose th...

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. — 13 September 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SKl'T. 13, V.MM) HORRORS OF if if SIBERIAN EXILE. Siberia, Hie, laml of lmrrihle ex ilo, in to give pine; to Siherin, i land of freedom. There is to he a new Silwriu, where honest men may honestly labor, where legal murder shall not he illegally done, when- a whole race gliall sleep in safety, wake in safety, toil in safety, ami shall not stop at, intervals to eursi their rulers ami their iotl. A miraelef One of the simplest and one of the liugest miracles that modern mechanics, which bulged with miracles past and to eome, can take a decent pride in One of the miracles known in its genesis for the past half century to statesmen, who were observers, instead of war makers and ipiacks. The formula runs: "Make railroad and you make a State This is n formula of deep wisdom and modern importance. Ameri can politicians, who are occasion ally statesmen, were the lust to learn it; Russian statesmen, who are occasionally politicions, art1 the last . Russian statesmanship...

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. — 20 September 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1900. NUMBER 46 The St. Louis Exposition will not le open Sundays. Mrs. Corn Stacy, of Little Rock, Ark., is n student nt Hardin Col lege. Keep out of the "ekin games," if you find any around the circus tomorrow. Miss Addio Ilnle, south of Lad donia, is attending Sproul Acade my in Mexico. Mrs. Governor C. II. Hardin, of Mexico, has contributed $20 to the Texas flood sufferers. Morgan Larue, aged 30, died at his home, south of Mexico, last Thursday. He was without fam ily. II. L liickley and Joe S. Mc Intyre will assist in the organiza tion of a Democratic club at Gant school house tonight. G. W. Ham, of this city, dist rict deputy for the Modern Wood men, organized a Woodmen camp of tweuty members at Foristell last Saturday night. Hon. Khodes Clay, of this coun ty, is studying the pro and con of the jury system and will be heard from on that question in the Leg islature next winter. Hardin Coll...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 September 1900

rfF MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 'JO 1M00 Published Every Thursday, John Ileal, Editor nnd Proprietor ElltOHMl nt the Posto'llfC lit Mexico, Mo., as second -clans mutter. Terms of Subscription: One Vcur tU. Six Month " cents. Three Month :.': cents. For President. YVii.i.iam .1. HitrAN. nf Nebraska. For Vice-President, Am. At V.. Stk.vknson. of Illinois. For tiovernor, Al.K.XA.NIIKll M. DlM'KKIIV, of Dlivles. MciiteiiHiit-) iovernor, John A. I.kk, of St. Konls. Secretary of State, Sam II. Cook, of Audrain. State Auditor. Al.iitatro. Ai.i.ks, of New Madrid. Attorney (ieneral. Kdwakii l". ('now, of .laspcr. Slate Treasurer. Koiikiit I'. Wll.l.lAMH. of Howard. Rail w ay Commissioner, .IomKI'II I'. IlKIIIIISOTON, of I'ettlS. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLARK. For State Senator 11th District, M.R. K. IlKidS. For Representative, RHODES CLAY. For Collector, ALBERT HARRISON. For Sheriff, QUJN'UY JAMES. For Prosecuting Attorney, HOWARD L. DICKLEY. For Assessor, J. M. SIPPLE. For Treasurer, J. II. SA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 September 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 'JO, 1900 Tomorrow is "show dny" in Mexico. The Missouri Military Academy opens today. The coal miners nt Vandalia are out on a strike. Three runaways on the streets of Mexico last Monday. Nobody hurt. Judge J. J. Alexander has mov ed his family lack from near Van dalia to Laddonia. The biggest strike in American history is on among the anthracite eoal miners in Pennsylvania. Dr. Pope Yeaman, of Columbia, delivered the address on Founder's Day occasion at Hardin College Monday. Hush Hill has a flourishing Dem ocratic club. George McCall is the president, and J. A. Medley, secretary. Walker Henderson, who has been studying telegraphy at Ful ton, is now following up his stud ies in the same line at Rush Hill. Col. W. 1). Fonville and family have arrived in Mexico from Tus gagee, Alabama. Col. Fonville assumes his duties in the Military Academy this week. Capt. C. T. Allen, of this city, will address the. Democrats at Bea ver Dam, South of Mexico, next Satur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 September 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 20, 1900 THE PRESIDENT T f AND PORTO RICO. IVsident McKinley in hi lottcr of acceptance published ft few days ago said: "Congress has given to this is-, territory belonging to the United land (Porto Kieo) a government States where such n rule of action in which the inhabitants partiei- j prevails. And yet the President pate, elect their own legislature, says that the inhabitants of the is enact their own local laws, provide 'land "elect their own legislature, their own system of taxation, and in these respects have the same power and privileges enjoyed by other territories belonging to the United States." Congress has given Porto Kieo a civil government. The bill em bodying this civil government passed Congress last April and Mas approved by the President on the 12th day of that month. This bill provides for a Governor, a ju diciary and n full complement of territorial officers, all to be ap pointed by the President. This is right and in accordance with t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 September 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1900. NUMBER 47 Pulloit street fair in progress Hi is week. The price of eggs is going high or on the Mexico market. Hew T. M. Taylor is the new preacher for the Sonlh Methodists nt Laddonia. The two story friinie dwelling of S. I). Ely, nt Viindnliii, burned one day hist week. Lightningennie down nnd splint ered n tree in Frank Erdle's yard near Worcester one day last week. The Mexico Modern Woodman team won first honors in the team drill at the Montgomery street fail last week. The C'entralia fair managers have gotten tired and will iiit. The fair has always been a success financially. The plunder shoot by the Mexico (inn Club takes place today. There is a long list of valuable prizes for the best shooting. October 0 will be Democratic day in Vnndaliti. Hon. A. M. Dockery nnd Hon. Mat Jourdon will address the people. The Louisiana street fair was so well managed that the association has more m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 September 1900

TH MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 27 1900 Published Every Thursday. John Bcal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered ut tin' I'oMtoflicc at Mexico, Mn., as second-class matter, i Term of Sit burr ipf ion : Om Vi-ar . six Months .m cents. Thri n Month -' cents. For President. Wii.mam J. Hkvan, of Nebraska. For Vice President, Aiii.ai K. Stkvk.nkon, of llllnolii. For (inventor, Al.KX ASI'KIt M. PoCKKUV, of DttVll-H. I, leu tenant-! inventor, .lllllN A. I.KK, lit St. Lollls. Secretary of Sluti', Sam It. I'iiiik, of Ainlralii. Stati' Auilllor, Ai.iikhtO. Ai.i.kn, of New Madrid. Attorney (ii'iiiTal, F.nw'Altli ('. Chow, of Jasper. State Treasurer, KoiiKitr I'. Wu.MAMM, of Howard. Railway Commissioner. .IllNKI'll I'. llKUHINUTON, of I'ettls. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLARK. For State Senator 11th District, M. It. K. BIUOS. For Representative, It II ODES CLAY. For Collector, ALBERT HARRISON. For Sheriff, QUINCY JAMES. For Prosecuting Attorney, HOWARD L. HICK LEY. For Assessor, J. M. SIPPLE. For Trensnrer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 September 1900

Established 1873. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 27, 1900 Laddonia is nftcr a creamery es tablishment. The Audrain Baptists are friend ly they go over and hold their Association meeting this year with the Ralls county brethren. Gen. John M. Palmer, candidate for President on the Gold Demo cratic ticket in 1896, died from heart failure at Springfield, 111., Tuesday. A Wabash branch train ran a gainst Elijah Harris, aged 68, and single, near Forest Green, Mo., Monday morning. He fell twenty five feet into a ravine and died. Mrs. Martha Plout, west of Mex ico, aged 80, died last week. The remains were interred at Salt Riv er church. Deceased was a devot ed member of the Baptist Church. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. E. C. Tucker, of this city, captured the prize at the Mont gomery City street fair this week as the prettiest baby in the baby show. The Kansas City Star says that a young lady of Sturgeon, who wished to discover a way of keep ing her hands soft, sent the cash in answ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 September 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. SEPT. 27, 1900 THE FALSE GOD- PATRIOTISM. The rentest crimes that linvc cursed the world have been com- tnitti'd in the name of (hive so railed pacred things family hon or, religion and patriotism. Think of all the family feuds, all the tribe wars, nil the hatred of mnii for man not beeause of any reason for the hatred, but beeause some stream or mountain or Home line drawn on the earth separated their dwelling places, which made them of different nations. There is no such thing ns "Christian patriot ism." Patriotism is always devil ish. "National selfishness" is ad mitted to be the best definition of patriotism ever given. No one can love the people of his own na tion simply beeause they are of his own nation better than those of another nation and be a Chris tian. It may be a duty to resist oppression, not beeause we love (he people of our own country bet ter than those of another, but be cause we love the right better than the wrong. A person cannot be born ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 October 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 1900. NUMBER 48 Mexico street fair next week. Circuit Court will adjourn this week. The Fulton street great success. fair was n Little over four national election. weeks till tin The Modern Woodmen order lias no assessment for October. Immigrants by thousands from all pints of Europe are pouring into New York. The next meeting of the Audrain Baptist Association will be held at Littleby church, near Worcester. Kid. S. I). Dutcher, of this city, has been conducting a revival meeting at Auxvasse Christian church. Two desperate criminals, Ed ward Burns and Richard Logan, escaped from the Bowling (!reen jail last week. Hon. .1. A. I'otts' fine horse, Thornton, has won another prize. This time at the State fair of Illi nois. It was the first prize in the champion class. Mrs. L. W. Angel, of Nevada, aged (JO, stepped upon a carpet tack and the happening, after in tense suffering, necessitated the amputat...

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. — 4 October 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 4 1!I00 Published Rvcrv Thursday. John Real, Editor and Proprietor. KnliTi'il at tin' PiistoMicc at, Mexico, Mo., as second-class mutter, i Ti-rms of Siilisrviil iaii One Ynir .'. Six Months Ml cents. Three Months n uts. The Street Fnir. Mkxico street fair comes off next week. Tim liiisiiiess men have left nothing undone (lull it tuny Im a great success. Money has been spent freely ami that without, rec ompense I lie ('air is nut to make money; il, is fur I lie c ntc rtainiueiil ami eilifieatiim of tlie ieoile of the county. Fakes and gamblers will he kept away, ami the atmosphere all aliniit w ill lie kept clean niorni l.v. The fair will lieone of the great est events of the county, w ith just one provision, the rest :mw all dc pemls on the fanners. Will you bring in ,oiir exhibits? Fine pre miums are offered, but bring in your exhibits, anyway. Show what Audrain can produce. The street fair is for you, show your appreciation by your presence ami liy brin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 October 1900

W w w w t b Bi d $ b; fa Is: k is b id Established 1873. r Si lbiiyj MO m The Old Reliable." We have a very large and well assorted Stock of Lumber and our grades are the best that can be bought. We will make you the lowest of prices and will please you. AL. R. BRISCOE, Manager Mexico Yard, -16 THE MESSAGE Capt. C. T. Allen will address the Democrats at Hush Mill next Saturday night week. THUHSDAY. OCT. 4, l'NH) ). 1?. McClure, 7 miles south east of Mexico, will have a public sale of live stock the 17th of this month. Hevs. Jesse and (iililis aiv con ducting a revival meeting at Mt. Zion clmreh, on Youngs (.'reek, this week. (i. Plum, late of this city, di rects his MKss.iK sent to him at '248 Loriincr street, Brooklyn, New York, I ("apt. C. T. Allen will address the Prynn club at Clapp's school house, north of Molino, week from tomorrow night. Jtcv. A. C. Mendenhall, pastor of the Methodist Church at Lad donia, has resigned and will take charge of a church in Illinois. Howard Pickl...

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. — 4 October 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. OCT. 4, 1900 PA'S LESSON IN " if GEOGRAPHY. When me nnd little alhert cot Home from nchool n Few nite a po I thot I would find out if pa New nil nl)oiit Everything or not, So nt'tcr lie (!ot hia Sif,'nr lit and we were nil nittin' out m the porch n ml the pnpp had I'nptiin P'ivlvrV vsit. V c.-t up i ! "Paw." "What?" It-' ast. "! yon know what' tin lain est Lake in the I'nited States," 1 told him. "Of eoie," he anserd. "Lake Soup peerior," "That's whare you're rong, paw," I says. I'nw took his Uigur out from lie tween his teeth and made some rings of smoke. Then he says: "Oeorps, I've been livin' in this country several years longer than you, and I haven't been keepin' my Eyes shut nor my ears plugged neither. Lake Soup jierior is the biggest Lake in the United States and it, makes me feel sad to see you sitting then Orinning like a po lensmun that got cot Asleep on His beat beeoz you think you No more than Your Fawther." "Well, just the same," I told him, "Lake...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 October 1900

issouri Message. EXICO volume t. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1900. NUMBER 49 tv rr M Tux paying season here again. Yellow fever is on a rampage at Havana. Uenbe Landrum, Sr., at tlonia, lias been very sick. Lad- Farbcr lias a Bryan club wliieli numbers about 1")0 members. Mrs. M. A. Spencer, south of Hush Hill, has been seriously siek. Calumbia, this State, raised $1, 000 for the (ialveston flood sulfer ers. 1). 15: McClurc, near Denton City, gives for the flood suffer ers in Texas. The Mi:ss.(ii-: received two news letters last week too late for pub lication. Sorry. .lames Curry, out in Skinner neighborhood, has a line drove of calves which he bought, up recent ly. Sani Jones, the irrepressible, may be an attraction on the lect ure platform in Mexico this win ter. Joseph Berry, near Skinner, bought a nice drove of calves re cently for which ho paid tut average of sf 19 a head. Hon. C. i. Daniel, George Daniel and Judge S. E. Kendall were busv men on the day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 October 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 11 1900 Published Every Thursday. John Iienl, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the Postollice ut Mexico, Mo., ax second-class matter.i Terms of ISubsrriptioH : One Yeur !.. Six Months Ml rents, Three Months L'." cents, For President, YVii.i.IAM .1. IIhvam, of Nebraska. 1'nr Vice President, Ant.Ai B. Stkvknhon, of Illinois. For inventor, Al.KXANllK.il M. PlH'KKIIV, of Dltvles. Lleutenant-I Inventor, .Ion N A. I.KK, of St. Louis. Secretary of Stiite, Sam It. Cook, of Audrain. State Auditor, Ai.iikkt O. Ai.i.kn, of New Mail till. Attorney (ietu ral, KnwAitn ('. ('now, of .Ihsmt. Slate Treasurer. ItoiiKttr P. Wii.i.iamh, of Howard. Kail way Commissioner, .loSKI'll P. IIkiiiunoton, of Pettis. For Congress, HON. CHAMP CLANK. For State Senator 11th District, M. It. K. liltiUK. For Representative, RHODES ('LAY. For Collector, ALBERT HARRISON. For Sheriff, QUINCY JAMES. For Prosecuting Attorney, HOWARD L. BICKLEY. For Assessor, J. M. SIITLE. For Treasurer, J. H. SA...

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