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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 December 1905

PHESIflT'S ' ANNUAL MESSAGE TO. HGBESS Makes Recommendations for What He Considers Important Legislation. RAILROAD RATES FIRST TOPIC Would Materially Increase the Powers of Interstate Com merce Commission. LIFE INSURANCE QUESTION 8es Good and Evil in Labor Union -Asks for Immediate Appropri ations for Panama Canal, and Promises Keport of Board of En gineers and Recommendation Later Other Hatters. Washington, Dec. a The annual mes sage of President Roosevelt was read In both houses of congress to-day. It Is a doc ument of some 24,000 words, and , con tatns recommendations for much Important legislation. The subject of federal supervision of cor poratlons, and especially railroad corpora' tlons. Is the first subject treated of by th president, and to It he gives the greatest amount of attention. After speaking of th general prosperity of the country, and the power of the corporations for good or evil In connection with th cation's prosperity, - he says: So long as the finances of 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. — 7 December 1905

1.. Wk. fV J. ?k- Si. Vi. ft. . Tk Ml. V t.. S. W ta.j- fM w w n St i--Vflk Hs f "-u. - "1 f jp "SITWT j-' r r w I 1 if- -i i ! I n i 0 Upon January 1, 1906, we have to give possession of our present quarters and will move our stoclc of Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps to the French Building, now being remodeled for us. We don't care to transfer any of the merchandise in this house to the other, so, commencing Thursday morning, December 7th, we will give to every one making a purchase in our house lO per Cent Discount Fr-om. "Vlrxo Marlcecl Price! When the people of Mexico, Audrain and adjoining counties realize what this removal sale means in the way of savings, we surely will have but little to be moved. lOTer cent discount from the marked price means a whole lot (when you know the marked price is the LOWEST price.) Think of it for a moment, 10 per cent from your purchases will buy many Christmas greetings for the family and the loved one. Trust m, this REMOVAL SALE is ...

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. — 7 December 1905

I v HAPPEHED AND HAPPEJW. We still pay the highest prices for veal,calvea,hlde, hickory nuts, and all kinds of produce. F. A. SANNEBECK. Rev. John T. Mason, it ia wui move tmcfc to Meiico from Al uauy, mo. 18 Circuit Clerk VV. II. Morris tne happiest man in Mexico it's u uaugnier aud arrived last Suu aay. Burglars entered Dermody uros.' store last Saturday night ana maae away with cash to the amount of $100. Virgil Williams, Jr., of Mexico, is down with typhoid fever at the Lome of hm sister, Mrs. J. II. Kodes, at Sedalia. J. E. Rosser of Oklahoma City Oklahoma, atteuded the funeral of his brother, Joseph Richard Ross er, in Mexico Monday. Attorney f . u. Uulleu is at Anadarko, Oklahoma, defending a case in winch Thomas Gibbous, formerly of this county, is inter ested. Mrs. Allen Dawson, uear Fulton, sharpened the butcher knife the other day to slice some meat and sliced tho end off ouo of her fin gers. Miss Lizzie Burnett, telegraph operator in charge of the office at J. II. bailee...

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. — 7 December 1905

Eexico Missouri Message. JOHN BE At, riMlibor. 1XEXICO till MISSOURI !t It said tbat 800,000 domestic enl trials, valued at ICOOO.OOO, are slain by wolves every year la the Russia empire. Mrs. Gertrude Massey, the palntet cf miniature, has received 12 com missions from the kin? and queen of Eng'and. King Oscar of Sweden Is pern a pi the most gifted of royal musicians. Al hi Stockholm palace he haa a map tilflcent musical library. The coiallHs.' coin In actual circu lation Is a sort of water made from a resinous Juice and used by the na tives In the Malay peninsula. It has value of one ten thousandth of one cent. More than 10,000 photographs of birdu amid their natural surrounding! have been taken by on English rjaturnllnt. gome of them entailed as much as a week of waiting and watch ing. The department of agriculture ol Argentina estimates the area undei wheat and Unseed In tbat country In H'05 at 1.1.880.651 acres and 2.527.4H acres. re:pectlvely, as against 12,115, S16 arms and 2,...

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. — 7 December 1905

f STORIES OF THE FAKIRS Br J. P. JOHNSTON Author of "Twenty Years Hus'linf," ' What Happened to Johnston," Etc BAIB DRESSING AND "GHAUTS." OTHEB Hew York Establishment Fleeces Lady Patron Impostor Adver tises Free Fatant Medicine For mulas One Ingredient Obtainable Thro' Him Only Magazine Can vasser Endeavors to Outwit Sub scribersBreaks .Sown and Con fesses. (Copyright, 1905, by JoKeph B. Bowler) Among my acquaintances is a govern ment official, who travels all over the United States with his wife. A short "Oh! Yah! Das time ago this lady told me of her experi ence with a hair dressing graft. It was as follows: She had called at a New York hair dressing establishment. Being ushered into a booth, she was placed in the hand "Let's See; What of a German, whose wretched English she could not understand, nor apparent ly could she make him comprehend a word she uttered. ' Wbll washing and cleaning be hair, he kept chattering In broken English ' and German, apparently making tali suggesti...

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. — 7 December 1905

Real Estate Bargains 4 roomi, fraiue dwelling, barn, oulb'g. Corner lot, 1Vicc,$8oO 5 room frame dwelling, water in house, corner lot. Price, 11750 4 room frame dwelling, water in linuae.barn, corner lot; $1500 3 room frame dwelling, summer kitchen, U lota. Price, f 1000 4 room dwelling, 2 lots, out bids.; tins is ft bargain (100. 5 room dwelling, plenty ground, barn and out bids. $1200. 6 room frame dwelling, all modern, lot 100x120, price $3500. I room 2 story frame dwelling, all modern. Barn and out buildings. Lot 80 by 270. Price. $0000. 100 acres. 8 miles from Mexico, 75 acres in com, balauco iu grass, every acre can bo plowed. Good 3 . room dwelling, barn and outbuildings. Price, $38 per acre, on terms to suit. This is a bargain. We have several stocks of merchandise for exchange. If you want to buy, sell, trade, rent any kind of real es tate, loan or borrow money on real estate, call on us, wo have what you are looking for. Office in east rooms of new French building. Ground ...

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. — 14 December 1905

Mexico Missouri Message. Volume 7, Mexico, MiBBouri, December 14, 1905, Number 7 Otto Ackerman, near Rash Hill, will move to California toon. Mason Creasey left last week to visit his father at Black well, Ok lahoma. Rev. J. D. Watson of Mexico is pastor of the Baptist church at Indian Creek, Pike county. John Burbop. Walter Crawford and Jesse Bratton are home from Salt Lake City, stay long. The boys didn't The Farber Forum says that Bob Grantre is slowly starving to death at his home near that town. He has the mumps. The Woodmen ont at Gant will give a big play next oaiuraay night. Standing room in hall will be at a premium. their Miss Annie Orr of Rush Hill, this county, who has been station ed in India five years, doing mis sion work, intends to return home soon. v.mlAlia Mail: Miss Julia Chinn went to Mexico Wednesday f a vioif in vnlftHvea and from there accomnanied by Mrs. Iona rjniiohM. will vinit Mrs. Maorerie Smith in Kansas City. Rev. R. E. McQuie, pastor of Gillead Baptis...

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. — 14 December 1905

WASHINGTON LETTER flTS PRESIDENT S MESSAGE A MOST IMPORTANT ONE. RAILWAY RATE PROMINENT Diminishing Number Ex-Confeder-ates In Congress Passing of Dis tinct Southern Type Eomo Spirit in Kiddl West. A SUING TON. President Hooeb velt ha his an nual message com pined, a finely en grossed copy ready for filing away and can-fully typewrit j i . vy ' I ten copies, tie! with ribbon, to be presented to the house and senate and read before tho.se bodies and aiiout lft.OoO copies printed anil ready tor distribution as soou as the Impor tant document has been read In con gress. This Is probably the mojt Im portant message the president has ever tent to congress and is the longest. It lontalus from 20,000 to 25,0ut) words, which is an unusually lengthy o:u inundation for au executive to send to congress. As the country knows pretty gener tlly, Mr. Roosevelt makes railway leg islation the chief feature of his mes ea;e. When congress adjourned last winter without doing anything on this subject th...

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. — 14 December 1905

I'iccnnoi true urw! v Tkaaim, Rete4 Baa'kt-r, Dad. ' William II. Thompson, president of the National Bank of Commerce, and om of the greatest bankers la America., died of kidney trouble at hJs home, 4487 Llndell boulevard, in 8t. Louis. He U treasurer' of the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition Co., and was inter ested In a number of financial Institu tions all over the country. He was a dltector of the United Railways Co., a director of the Iron Mountain railway, a director of the American Central In surance Co., and a prime factor In the National Lead Co. At one time, be fore be entered the World's fair direc tory, he was president of 1J corpora tions and a director In 39. Mr, Thomp son's fortune Is conservatively est!- Hi KIOU L 111 UI V 111 1 II 9l,wv,vw Stubbed Hleaaelf oa Trala. Locking himself ttt the -toilet-room of a west-bound Wabash train. Win lam Bchuler, of Saline county. Neb., stabbed himself repeatedly with a pocket-knife. - He defied the train crew and passengers who trie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 December 1905

M R I S T Tul A S X in Drokeu taffy 8 Broken mix 10 Peannt Brittle 10 Peanut Squares 10 Cocoa mi t Kisses 10 Cream wafers 10 Butter Scotch 10 Icecream kisses 10 Cream staffed dates 10 Batter cups 10 Chocolate molasses chips .10 Peanut Prolines 10 Cocoannt squares 10 A. FNill Line OK FANCY CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS. ORANGES The Sweet Kind. FLORIDA AND NAVELS 20, 30, 35, 40, 45 and 50c a doz. S NUTS: Almonds dy 18 English walnuts 18 Brazil nuts 13 Filberts 15 Pecans 10 Peanuts 10 Mixed nuts (no peanuts) ..15 S3? Special prices on quantities. KEISER & SON, North Side Square, Mexico, Mo. X ID a s C H I S T A S w w w 0 i i VIoii .hi It of IHMur' IOiiI rUiht. GIFT WATCHES THAT MAY BE LOOKED IN THE WORKS. Watc hes are probably the mut popular of all gifts, yet too often the gift watch consists of a showy case and an indifferent movement. Our watch stock consists of artistic cases and thoroughly reliable movements which 'AS years of practical experience has taught us are THE BEST. 300 Wat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 December 1905

THE MESSAGE .THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1905. i HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. We still pay the highest prices for veal,calvcs,hldes, hickory nuts, and all kinds of produce. F. A. SANNEBECK. The Southern Bank building in receiving a new metal ceiling. Frank Paige, P. T. Harris and II. T. Vance are new readerss of the Message. ' The Message extends thanks to Barnes & Scherer, at Worcester, for a kind Tavor. Robert llooton renews for the Message for his sister, Mrs. Mor gan Clem at Yates, Mo. W. . Young changes his post office address for the Message from Laddouia to Martinsburg. Henry James, son of ex-Sheriff Quiney James, is employed in Ilowdysheli & Lame's restaurant. Capt. Green of Birmingham, Ala., has been engaged as superin tendent for the Mexico Brick Co. George Moomaw, formerly of this county, is reported iu critical health at his home in Oklahoma. J. P. Dobyns has bought John Fitzpatrick's popcorn stand in Mexico. Mr. Fitzpatvick will go to Salt Lake City, Utah. The Wabash II. R. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 December 1905

Hexico Missouri Message. JOHN BEAL. rabUshar. MEXICO 1 I t t MISSOURI California If said to havs (he smallest home In the world. It U only 2! Inches high and weighs 70 pounds . when shod. Not long ago Russia forbade the pur chase or sale of typewriters without police permission. It was done to check the use of typewritten revolu tionary circulars. Several schools In Nevada hav br-en compclWd to clone bccauRe the trustees have found It Impossible to anciie tenchors. Almost as soon as they arrive and take charge they nrirry. A Zu!u oan't'd Kwezi, living In Al fred roun,ly, Natal, has died at the ad vanced aire of 117 years. Meat and milk were the principal articles of his diet. His nlier, three years older than himself, (it'll llvrs. Japanese form so considerable part of the population of Seattle that the government finds It convenient to pstabllRh a special post office foi them, where mnil Is received and dis tributed anions Japanese only. The average value of diamonds In the roiish ...

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. — 14 December 1905

STORIES OF THE FAKIRS Br J. P. JOHNSTON Author of "Twenty Year of Hus'linf," " What Happened to Johnston, Etc A CLEVEE DEFRAUDING NOTE VHorse Hay Fork" Grafter Imposes on country farmers makes Big Money Ingeniously Devised Com- bination Contract and Promiosory Note Tries ths dame One Too Often. (Copyright. 1906. by Joseph B. Bowles.) hen I was engaged in the Are in surance business, at Clyde, O., a hand some well-dressed young man. about . 23 years of age, came to the Nichols house where I was stopping. He was establishing agencies among the farmers, for the sale of a horse hay fork, to be used lu the un loading of hay by means of a horse. His methoa was to appoint farmers as his sub-agents, and sell them each a doz en forks outright, for which, if neces sary, he would take their notes, payable six months from date. Ho Bpent three or four davs recon noiterlng before visiting the farmers, but when he finally started out, he did a lively business. In order to make his territory last l...

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. — 14 December 1905

Real Estate Bargains 4 rooms, frame dwelling, barn, ontb'ir. Corner lot, Prior850 J? 5 room frame dwelling, water in bouse, corner lot. Price, $1750 J j 4 room frame dwelling:, waler in houae, barn, corner lot; 11500 C 8 room frame dwelling, aummer kitcben, 3 lota. Price, f 1000 (it 4 room dwelling;, 2 lota, ont blda.;tbia ia a bargain $1200. 9 room dwelling, plenty gronnd, barn and ont bids. $1200. 2 6 room frame dwelling, all modern, lot 100x120, price $3500. j I room 2 story frame dwelling, all modern. Barn and out- S) bnildings. Lot 80 by 270. Price, $G000. 5lr 100 acrea. 8 miles from Mexico, 75 acres in corn, balance in vL graaa, every acre can be plowed. Good 3 room dwelling, if. barn and outbuildings. Price, $38 per acre, on terms to snit. i This ia a bargain. 4? Wa have eereral stocks of merchandise for exchange. if If yon want to bny, sell, trade, rent any kind of real es- (f tate, loan or borrow money on real estate, call on us, we bave it what yott are looking for. I Offi...

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. — 21 December 1905

souri Message. Volume 7 Mexico, Mieouri, Decembor 21, 1905. Number 8 Mexico Mis A P. J. Kleinsorge of Martiosbnrg has leaded the "0. K." hotel In Wellsville. A good time promised at the box social at Trinity Methodist church, northwest of Mkxioo, to night. We are eorry to learn that our good friend John T. Elzea at Lad donia it in quite poor health. lie u suffering from heart trouble. Rev. J. D. Watson of Mexico will begin a protracted meeting at Grassy Creek Baptist church in Pike connty early next month. The Message has receired three letters directed to Santa- Clans. Tbey are from Louis, Joe and Ed win Baker. We shall see that Santa gets these letters all right. C. C. Heizer of Mexico transact ed business over at Perry the other day. He owns a fine farm this way from Perry. Mrs. Louis L. Burkhead of Old Mexico, accompanied by her little on, is the guest o! her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Hinde of this city. Mrs. James A. Gallaher of Mex ico visited T. T. Rodgers and fam ily of Pe...

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. — 21 December 1905

STORIES OF THE FAKIRS Br J. P. JOHNSTON Author of "Twenty Year of Hu'lirj." ." What Happened " U Johl6n." Etc. A "DEAD MAN'S'' ORAFT. Toung Man Send C. O. D. Package ta Persons Lately Dcceaied Rel ative Pay Charge Irishman Takes Advantage of n Dead Cus- tamer Sharper Makre Money with a Trick Tobacco Bo A Prof itable Apple Graft. C'niiyriahi. I t J.--th B. rtoirlr"..) A ouique method of money getting was onre operated by a young wan from a town In Ohio. ! "dead ' I It might have been called Kin's graft." After securing a lixls'mg place, be announced to the landlady that he waa handling books, a fair supply of which he always kept on band. These con- j tinted of works on medicine, Isw, ag riculture, and various other subjects. Tli cue books were of the cheapest qu.il it y often second-band. He subscribed for every weekly ticwspaiwr within radius of four or five counties. The death notices of every paper received were carefully canned, and the name and address se cured of every doctor,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 December 1905

EHIOK TRUST SURRENDERS Nina Defendants Entered Fleas of Non-Contender. The? Were Flat Twi TIimmiI Dollar Bare, Wklck n Iaa t mediately raid. Chicago, Dec. 19.The so-called "brick trust" of Chicago made s com plete surrender to Bute's Attorney Kealjr In court Monday snd were fined an aggregate of $1 8,000. The company and s number of its officials, together with two labor leaders were Indicted for conspiracy to do an Illegal set, to pre vent competition and to restrict the production and sale or brick In the Chicago market As soon a the cases were called In court, the defense announced that Will iam Weckler, general superintendent of the Illinois Brick Co., bad decided to turn state's evidence and It was des'.rod that the punishment to be Inflicted on the other nine defendants should be re mitted In bis cam. State's Attorney Ilealy declared that he was willing that this action should be taken In Mr. Weckler's case and the attorneys then entered pleaa of non contender for all the othe...

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. — 21 December 1905

M R Broken taffy H Butler Scotch 10 Broken mix 10 Icecream kisses 10 Peanut Brittle 10 Ci cum stuffed dates 10 IVanut Squares 10 Butter tups 10 Cocoa n ut Kisses 10 Chocolate molasses chips .10 Cream wafers 10 Peanut Prolines 10 X ORANGES The Sweet Kind. FLORIDA AND NAVELS 20, 30, .'.". 40, -15 and otic u do.. m a s KEISER 5c O E3 R THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor aud Proprietor Entered t th Postofllc t Msilco Mo., tecond-elasa matter. Terms of Subscription: One yer II . .Six Montbi M Throe Montbt it THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1905 A Mkrry Ch.istmus to readers. nil What about the curfew.' In it to ring again in Mexieo! Tim Mkssage contains no patent medicine advertisements. Thk new game law has already helped the State treasury $28,000. Thk MKSSAiiE contains' more reading mutter than any other pa per in the couuty. If you owe the Mkssa;k an hk- count of auv kind, please semi us a Santa Chins l--u,-r. Kr.AD the opening chapters of the serial tstory in the Mkssai.i; th...

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. — 21 December 1905

WW! THE MESSAGE THURSDAY,- DEC. 21, l'JOS: WllAPPEKEO AXD IIAPrLNING. jf II. C. Phillips, Long Done!), Cut., is a new reader of the Mks-saeu. Tho Methodist parsonage in Mexico is to lie remodeled nnd im-Moved. The FtiJton Christian church contributed $ik) to nid the Mexico Christian church in their new bnildiug enterprise. Joe V. (Dillie) Stepheus, H. F. Elliott nud A. II. Whitney are mentioned ns probable eanddintes for County Recorder. A Rebckah lodge is to be organ ized at Laddonia. Mrs. W. G. Pennell of that place is one of the prime inovei'i) fur the organization. $13,000 IN A DAY. The Mexico churches will all celebrate Christmas next Monday night cxcepttlie Christian church, which wiU'weleiiuic Old Santa next Saturday night instead. This Sum Raised by i jo Mexico Christian Church Lat Sunday The New Church Dedicated. The Mexico Christian church brethren are t 11 happy this week; they dedicated their new church last Sunday and moved in. Dr. F. M. Rains of Cincinnati, Ohio, preac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 December 1905

Mexico Sissocrl Message. JOHN BBAL, PabUefaar. MEXICO t I I I MISSOURI In th Iet two rear about 1.000.000 omtborry Ireea bar bee planted la Argentina, wMch Lm now about 10,- 000,000 of inch tree. Bowtonlan are still true to tho halted bean. Lt year thnjr apent on tholr favorite diet more than th coat Ol two battleship, or $6,689,Ji2. The Portuguese government will build a railroad from Delagoa bar to Swaziland. That adda ono mora to the many "openings up" In Africa. Akonla la tha name of a eubatance manufactured In England, which, dla eolved In the water with which Uia atreeti ore sprinkled, la aald to pre vent dust from rising. Gov. Georgo H. Utter, of Rhode Island, li a Seventh Dar Adveutlst, and, therefore, on the last dar of tha week the executive department of tho state doe no business. During the recent yellow fever epl tfciulc In Now Orleans not one case made Its appearance among the sol diers of Jackson barrarks, only 160 feet from tho nearest Infected point. The dead bodies...

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