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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 January 1906

THE CURSE OF THE PINK MIST (A Story of th Vaar 1920) Br OWEN OLIVER. (Copjrigh MO, by JoMptt B. Bowl.) It was a Wednesday morning early In August. I was sitting. In a beach chair on the crowded sands at Broad stairs. "Harry!" my wife cried. "Look!" I blinked at the water for a mo ment Then I rubbed my eyes sharp ly and sat up. 1 rubbed them again before I would believe them. A curi ous pale pink fog was closing In round the bay from every direction. . In a few moments we were wedged In by people behind us pushing fran tically towards the steps. I looked over their heads, being a tall man, and saw' the pink foam coming across the shallows In great sheets over running one another. Then it crept silently up the sand. "It doesn't hurt, anyhow," I said, drawing my breath. My wife laughed, strangely and un controllably. The sea of faces looking down from the steps was moving with laughter. "The music!" my wlfo cried. "Hark!" "The music!" cried the crowd on the etalrs. "The music!" I looke...

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. — 11 January 1906

I Cr MINCE MEAT... Bulk Minee Meat, fancy, per pound 10e Condenpcd mince meal ( t lie very bent qnnlity) per lb. package le Do You Makk Mince Meat! We offer 1 lb. pnekage extra fnncy seed ed raisins for 10c. ; 1 lb. pack age cleaned entrant for 10c.; citron, lemon or orange peH, 2 nonnds for 35e. NH II I in II THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered t tb rostoffic at Meileo Mo., M Mcond-elaM matter. Terms of Sulscriptiom Od jr II . Six Montbt Threw Month! THURSDAY. JAN. 11, 190G Did you feel the qnake of tho earthquake! Get onto the Message subscrip tion list with the beginning of the year. Say n pood word for your neigh bor now. Don't wait till he is dead. Save the manure and get it out onto your land this winter. Man ure snved is that much made. , Make thp gambler?, the lid lift ers and the other "anarchists" obey the laws, as nil other white folks are expected to do. MiFPonriiinp, as a general propo sition, are in favor of strict law enforce...

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. — 11 January 1906

N . . . THE MESSAGE TI1URSDAY, JAN. 11, 1!)0C J. P.Sanford i9 a candidate for City Marshal. J. D. Miller is iu the race for the office of City Marshal. . Eld. Isom Roberts.of Oklahoma, is in this city shaking bands with old friends, J. L. Ilixson, formerly of this county, is uow located near .Well ington, Ohio. Dr. E. D. Vandeventer has bought the Brown Bros, drnq; store in Laddonia. Robert Trimble, late of Mexico, has joined the U S. army and is stationed at Ft. Riley, Kansas. Norton Melson and George Kemp have purchased stock in the Kemp & Pearson Clothing Co. J. D. McKee is h candidate for re-election as City Collector. He is a good man in the right place and wHl likely have no opposition. Attorneys Walter Burch and E. A. Shannon were matched against each other in a law suit among neighbors down at Rush Hill one day last week. George P. Haley, the optician, will open an office in Mexico. Mr. Haley recently graduated from the Southern Optical College in Kan sas City. Wm, Howar...

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. — 11 January 1906

Ilcxico Hissonri Message. JOHK BE A I, rabUsher. KEXIOO till MISSOUIII There Is an agitation In Glasgow, Scotland, to have umbrella stand pro ved on the platform of the electrlo tree car. The apple crop of lu6 In the United Clates la commercially estimated at about 23,500,000 barrela. In 1904 sim ilar estimates put the crop at 45,400, 000 barrela. A playbill of Ford s theater for April 14, 18C5, the night of President Lin coln's assassination, was sold for $20 by auction In New York from the col lection of the late John H. V. Arnold. Within the last few months Ger man capitalists have started banks for the promotion of German trade In East Africa, West Africa, Asia Minor, Argentina, Bulgaria and Central America. Hunters and woodsmen report great Increase of bobcats In the Mains woods. These animals a few year ago were met rarely, but are now nu merous In some parts of the state. They are getting big nnd savage, too. The cata are reported In the greateut numbers In Washington county....

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 January 1906

9 WRITTEN IN RED CUA9.KOWABO MONTAGUS AND C. W. STAR - 4 t (Copyright, bj Tba CmmII PubluiiiiigCo.) CHAPTER III. CoNnnuM. "With all due respect to you, Mr. triage," he said to himself, "I should like to begin the case with an under standing of the motive, and If It's a family affair, as you say, why, the fam ily will be it very good point to start at Perhaps I shall find them less deli cate than you are about It who knows ? For at such times emo tional excitement loosens everybody's tongue. v He consulted a time-table and fiastnnad in tha w wuw aMianMjT vau'U 141 Causeway street In 15 minutes he Jaa in the train going towards ewampscott - Drawing from his pocket a scarcely dry copy of the paper containing the first chapter of the tragic mystery in Which he was embarked, be ran his aye carefully through the meager de tails thus far published. He seemed pleased when . he saw by whom the report was signed. . "K. r. Thomas? Indeed! Ill look Mm up at once. That fellow knows more people a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 January 1906

'X V "... -v V N. I, f , W. ,V ,v,v Real Estate Bargains & 4 rooms, frame dwelling, barn, ontb'R. Corner lot, Pricc,$83Q Jf 5 room frame dwelling, water in honse.comer lot. Price, $1750 if 4 room framo dwelling, water in house.barn, corner lot; 1 1500 y$ 3 room frame dwelling, summer kitchen, 3 lots. Price, f 1000 f 4 room dwelling, 2 lots, out bids. this is a bargain $1200. tit 5 room dwelling, plenty ground, barn and out bids. $1200. if 6 room frame dwelling, all modern, lot 100x120, price $3500. Jf 8 room 2 story frame dwelling, all modern. Bnrn and out- jf bnildings. Lot 80 by 270. Trice, $0000. h 100 acres, 8 miles from Mexico, 75 acres in corn, balance in grass, every acre can be plowed. Good 3 room dwelling, barn and outbuildings. Price, $38 per acre, on terras to suit. tf. This is a bargain. dt s X I J ) 5 3 ? We have several stocks of merchandise for exchange. If yon want to bny, sell, trade, rent any kind of real es tate, loan or borrow money on real estate, call on us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1906

Mexico Missouri Message. Volume 7, Mexico, JvJi6-otiri, J extrx-Lxctvy' 18, 1906. Number 12 0 EAPPEKED AKD BAPPEfHRG. Giles Palmer, colored, of Mex ico, lost bis house by fire last week. Aunt" Kacnel uenaerson, col ored, aged 82 years, died in Mex ico lust week. Mr. Lafe Thomas of Mexico and ft A ft . 1 1 I at aii88 marge auduuuuh vi jiurnus bnrg were married last week. " Melville C. Patterson, a brother of Dr.A. M. Patterson of Mexico, formerly in the drug business with his. brother here, died at Ft. Worth, Texas, one day last week. The remains were shipped to Mid dletown, Mo., for interment. Maggie, the six-year-old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Dixon, of Mexico, died last week. Her death was caused from pneumonia, re sulting from an attack of whooping cough. Oipson Woodward, Clay Hamil ton, Everett Holland Clyde Fox of Mexico have organised themselves as a musical club. They are mak ing arrangements to give vocal and instrumental concerts. The engagement of Miss Madge Potts of Mex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1906

STORIES OF THE--FAKIRS Br J. P. JOHNSTON Authsr tf "Twenty Years of HuiTin?." "What Happened to Johnston," Etc. jlKBEE draftees "SOAP" THEIR DUPES. Charing Sonp Man Victimizes Lead ing Merchant $100 Paid for Every Cake A Philanthropist Gives Away" Soap Wrapped in Twenty-Dollar Bills A Wonder ful Demonstration with Laundry Sonp Grafter Swindles a Circus Crowd. t' "' ! rlfi'it. l r,, !iy Jo-.rj.li U. Howies.) When I was selling Yankee notljna nt miction In Michigan I encouulorei a grufur hoso special victims wi9 the I-aJing merchants of small towns. His- ai a shaving poap graft. However, the soap wan of small con tiiliTat ion. It was his bU 111 In palming and manipulating dollar hi!U that iii'ouOir him success. lie rnrried a single valise and a tmall tin box, the latter filled with ery small rakes of soap, cut from bars of ordinary washing soap. Each (axe v.h.s wrapped in a piece of paper. I'pon reaching a town ho called upon the most prominent merchant and re quested the loan of a ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1906

BY RICHARD WEBB, Illustrated by W. W. Der.slow and M. B. . Aicshire. 6ECTION t. TM sWt r;s been done With malice toward none, Not ven the oM Gotten Calf. IT your sood-wlll we've won. I with our frlcasattd fun. ; We're content to win by a laugh. HUMPTY AND THE BOSS. "Head Elssera in the Snake House." Chee! hut them WaU Street Sep arators has got a nerve to call Mister Lawson a Spider-web Speller. He ain't a chink laundry ticket In a pink ehlrt factory 'side of them. They don't do a thins to you but Annex all you got and then wire tho News to mother-in-law. '.vcr-f How do I know? r- - I Didn't I onct work la a Stomach cure Foundry that old Kockyfeller bought out, and ain't I bin Lawson's Head Hurry-boy since I let the West ern Union print me name on their door kDob? -I " It puts me to the Laughing Gaa when I hear them Wlille-Wlses chin about the high-man money game. They ain't Next no more than a bow legged billy coat at a head push horse how. I There's only one elghtecn-karat Gold) F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1906

(r GROCERIES MINCE MEAT... Bulk Mince Meat, fancy, per' pound 10c Condensed mince turn I ( the very best quality) per lb. "package 10c Do You Make Mince Meat f We offer 1 lb. package extra fancy seed ed raisins for 10c; 1 lb. pack age cleaned currants for 10c; citron, lemon or orange peel, 2 pounds for 3jc. THE MESSAGE I Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the Pos iodic at Mexico Mo.. as second-class matter. Trrmt of Subscription: Om year H. Sli Months ThrMt Month TIIURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1906 Three attempts at suicide ought to be enough uotoriety. An Indiana uiau crossed his legs and broke his legs. He ought to have beeu iu better practice. Won der if he never tat in the good old summer time and whittled the cor ners olT a dry goods box. Wm. LIirth, who wus partly raised ou n farm m ar Hush Hill, this county, is vow editor of the Columbia Tribune and is about to break iuto polities. He is mentioned ns n probable candidate for Con gress on the Democratic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 18. 1906. uoraon iNeu recently closed a successful term of school in the Carter district. Prof. D. A. McMillan's condi tion remains about the same that it has for weeks past. Miss Mary Coakley closes school in Molino district next week. It has been a very pleasant and suc cessful term. Thanks to Mrs. A. C. Core? of Laddonia for a kindly favor this week. Mrs. Covey says all are well in her neighborhood, but many are moving away. She sends the name of her nephew, Mr. John E. Hanson, as a new Message subscriber. Mr. Charles M. Foster and Miss Ella May Sanford, who went out of town last week to get married, were wed at Quincy, III. Mr.Foster is 25 years of age, was a widower and has two children and his bride is 15. They have gone to their farm south of Mexico. Mrs. P. II. Ectou, near Thomp son, is prond of those high-priced turkeys mentioned by the Mes sage, and takes a little credit jointly with her husband in help ing grow then. We beg pardon, the women do ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1906

Mexico Missouri Message. JOUH BEAU Fnbllahar. HKHOQ t t K MISSOURI Chinese students In Japnn now num ber more tban 3.000, engaged In all the nt'idies available at American high choc-is, colleges, universities, profes- skina1. technirnl and trade srhaols. New Jer.py hag cr.'icie.l legislation holding automobiles for the amount of damage they may do the public roads. with the pedestrian continuing to dodge a best he may. The German government I'M offered three prizes fir the best field kitchens available for army use. and it Is stipu lated that every such outfit must be of a size making It possible to carry It on a horse, with space left for the driver's lurrgaifo and forage for the feorae. In the more prosperous parts of London 80 mistresses of households out of every hundred have domestic help. In the Bast End only five fam ilies in each hundred can afford house hold assistance. In the provinces gen rrally one family in every four has a. servant for "help." The shah of Persia never,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1906

WRITTEN IN RED -By CHA8.HOWARD MONTAGUS AND C. W. DYAR IX. (Copyright, by TtuCauell Publishing Co.) . CHAPTER. IV. Continued. The name burst from Marlon's lips like the accusation of an avenging an gel. It is probable that Stackhouse staggered under the force of the blow. Mr. Lamm, who, without an Instant's delay, turned his attention to putting lhat queer-sounding name upon paper (".Marie Moyso" he wrote it), did not eee him again for a brief space; and in that time he may have slightly recov ered from the first Violence of his be trayed emotions. He was still agitated enough In all conscience. This man Thornton Stackhouse, whom Lamm well Knew to be in his ordinary walk Of life Ii3 more aeif-betravlnsr than tlm polished surfaca of a mirror, had been bo aaocted and overwhelmed by what his wife had said to him that he was weaker than a child. He tried to fhake off his growing terrors. He en deavored to smite, to laugh, to pass over tlfc affair as a Joke, but the effort was a ghastly ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1906

Real Estate Bargains 5 4 rooms, frame dwelling barn, onlb'g. Corner lot, Pricc.850 Jf 55 5 room frome dwelling, water in lioiise.corner lot. rrice.J17oO if Vj 4 room frame dwelling.water in nouM.uarn ,rmr j 3 room frame dwelling summer kitchon, 3 lots. I nee. flOOO ft 4 room dwelling 2 lots, out bid. -.this n a barRmn-tlJOO. 5 room dwelling, plenty ground, bnrn and out blds.-f 1200. Jp C room frame dwelling, all modern, lot 100x120, price 3,00 8 room 2 story frame dwelling, all modern. Bnrn, and out- buildings. Lot 80 by 270. Trice, $G000. $s 100 acres. 8 miles from Mexico, 75 acres in com, balance in it eras, every acre ran be plowed. Good 3 room dwelling, 11 barn and outbuildings. Trice, (33 per acre, on terms to anit. This is a bargain, rff We have several ptocks of merchandise for exchange. (P If you want to buy, sell, trade, rent any kind of real esv jf r tate, loan or borrow money on real estate, call on us, we have ? what vou are looking for. Office in enst rooms of new p Fre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1906

Message Voluine 7". Mexico, MiBsouri, cxrxjxvx"y 25, 1006. Number 13 Mexico Missouri R! HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. t Cecil Cohooo of Benton City it visiting in Oklahoma. Joseph Adams, near Laddonia, has been quite sick for some time. J. T. Saunders will be the new manager of the Windsor Hotel in Mexico. Robert Gntbrie of Youngs Creek is in Oklahoma and Indian Terri tory, looking for a location. Miss Ilattie Kennan of Mexico is home from a five months' visit with relatives at Lexington, Ky. Miss Elizabeth Arnold of Mex ico is the guest of relatives at Bil lings', Mont. Julius Hubbel, near Laddonia, recently invested in real estate in Colorado. Miss Mabel VVeymore, formerly a clerk in J. W. Dry's store, has been very ill ever since Christmas. Mr. S. D. Evans and Miss Tres sie Donaldson, both of Mexico, were married in Jefferson City last Thursday. Mrs. Sue Scott, formerly of Mexico, late of Indiana, has been admitted to the Home for Aged Women here. Daniel Quinlan, who traded for a farm ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1906

GOOD COMPLEXOHS WHOLESOME, CLEAR COLOR INDICATIVE OF GOOD HEALTH. That Fascinating Looking-Qlass How to Be Rid of Blackheads, Pim ples and Freckle Fresh Air and Eiercise the Best Beauty Prescrip tions N6 Veil for the School-Girl Tight Corsets Make Red Noses. BY MAI'.r.AKET E. 8ANGSTEU. Opyrljht, l'.'OJ, by Joseph 13. Howies.) A scbool-glrl of 14 is old enough to care a good deal about her looks, and nobody should blame her or accuse her of vanity, if she wishes for a good complexion and bewails a bad one. I have known mothers who wor ried not a lillle berati.se Jessie and Jenny liked to look in the glass as they passed It, and who seemed to tli i uk the custom worthy of rep.-oof. Now, girls, please don't tell anyone, If I whisper my own little secret. I have always loved to see myself In a minor, and, to this day, I cannot re alm ita fascination, and am sure, un less in great haute to keep an ap Voiutuicnt. to pay my respects to it, as I ko through the room where it bans. A friend c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1906

Mil IGT01I LETTER PRESIDENT TAKES AMERICAN PEOPLE INTO CONFIDENCE. PANAMA CANAL PUBLICITY The Fairy Tales About Lobbying Mine Owners Against Arisona Statehood Junior Senator from Nebraska. k "WASHINGTON. II every rumor were l i F to be believed that A IV I one hears about Jray V the cap,to1' Piesl UOUt V W V would be left with out a corporal's niinpri rf at at oa- 'A' Jtfll 1 - men supporting i& U$ him before the end f If of this congress. His independent, patriotic course has been extremely distasteful to many congressmen whose ideas of statesman ship seldom go beyond the matter of patronage. Men who, like Senator Scott, of West Virginia, play politics all the time and whose first question regarding a public measure is what will its effect be upon the party, do not like Roosevelt. The president's enemies are making a great deal of noise just now and his friends are keeping comparatively quiet, knowing that the noise will do no harm and all the criticism of the president will be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1906

GROCERIES MINCE MEAT... Bulk Mince Meat, funcy, per pound 10c Condensed mince meal (tin: very best quality) per lb. package 10c Do You Make Mince Meat! We offer 1 lb. package extra fancy seed ed raisins for lOi;. i 1 lb. pack ace cleaned currants for 10c; citron, lemon or orange peel, 2 pounds for 35c. V : THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor aud Proprietor ICntered at tha I'ustoflic at Metlco Mo., at aecond-class matutr. Ttrm$ of Subscription: Oh year 1ot si Muntb Tine Month " THURSDAY, JAN. 25, 1900 ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Clerk. We are authorized to announce TRICE CUNNINGHAM a landMutc fcr County Clerk, subjoct to the action uf th- Democratic primary April T. County Treasurer. We arc authorized to announce NOBLE EAKNES a candidate for County Treasurer, sub ject to thu action of the Democratic pri mal y April 7. County Recorder. W! are. authorized to announce J. W. STEPHENS a candidate for County Recorder, subject to the actiouof the Democratic primary April -- Wc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1906

THE MESSAGE CIRCUIT COURT DOINGS. THURSDAY, JAN. 25, 1906 Grand Jury's Actions -Cases Dis- Young lady to learn type-setting wanted at this office. The city has renewed dram shop license for Mclntyre k Cropper. R. R. Phillips and family have .moved to Mexico from Lynchburg, Pa. Mrs. missed. Etc. George A. Lake, at Vanda- lia, died suddenly last Friday of pneumonia. After the test recently the C. & A. R. R. decides that the motor oar is not a success. Frank McCheney struck Charles Robinson on the head with a bil liard cue and was arraigned in court and fined one dollar and costs. Mrs. C. R. Qibbs of Mexico sang a solo in Calvary Baptist church in Kansas City last Sunday. Mrs. Qibbs has quite a reputation aa a singer and vocalist. ' The C. & A. will raise the bridge over Salt River, in southeast Mex ico, about 4 feet in the spring. Material for the work has already being placed on the grounds Ed. Davis, arrested in Boone county last week by Constable B. F. Fox, plead guilty to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1906

Hexico Hissonri Message. JOHX BKAL. Publisher. ' 10CXICO B t ft t U1B30VBX 3. LaUirop Allen, who made tha Art sand Instrument In the United SUtet, I nun living in New York at tha age Of 90. The czar of Russia, who Is consider iMjr below the average height of men, is fully a head shorter than the cxarina. Europe has a population of about 195.000,000, or about one-fourth of that of the whole world. Belgium has the densest population. It Is estimated that for perfumery purposes each year 1,860 tons of or anga flowers, 930 tons of roses, 150 tons each of violets and pasmlne, 75 tons of tuberoses, 30 tons of cassia and 16 tons of Jnnquls are used. A London dispatch Bays that the Egyptian government has resolved to construct a barrage at Esneh at a cost of $12,000. Esneh la 100 miles below Assouan. When the new barrage 1b completed It Is estimated that 240 miles more on either side of the Nile will be brought under perennial irri tation. Residents of Buena Vista, Pa, on the YouKhiopheny r...

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