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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1906

WRITTEN IN RED CM AS. HOWARD MONTAOVS AMD C W. JDYAR (Copyrigbt, by 1 toa Caucll Pubhthiof Co.) CHAPTER V. Continued. "1 should be wholly Ignorant of my business If I did not" "Very well. But about this Molssot woman " "And, by the way, how do you spell that, Mr. Fetrldge?" Fetrldge spelled the name and Mr. Lamm wrote It down, amillng at his own mistake. "French?" ; "It's a Creole nan. I believe." "Oh, to be sure. And have you any idea of her whereabouts at this time?" "She was In New York live years ago. I cannot say though Mr. Stackhouse, who may find It convenient to keep track of her, perhaps can what has become of her." The two men looked at each other. "Well," said Fetrldge, impatiently. "why do you ask me this? What pos sible connection can she have with this .case?" Not caring to betray himself by an swering this question, John Lamm deemed it prudent to withdraw. "I have barely time to catch the train fcack," he exclaimed, hurriedly glancing At his watch In the fading light....

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. — 25 January 1906

J1 Real Estate Bargains 4 rooms, frame dwelling, 1nni, outb'er. Corner lot, Price ,$8.0 5 room frame dwelling, wtitcr in limine, court lot. Pi ii:i',17.j0 4 loom flume dwillius;, water in liousi'.burii.roriicr M; floOO U room frame dwelling, summer kitchen, -i lots Price. 1000 4 loom dwelling, 2 lots, out Mds.jthis is n bargain -$1:200. 5 room dwelling, plenty ground, barn and out bids. $1200. G room frame dwelling, ull modern, lot 100x120, price S.'JOOO. 8 room 2 story frnme dwelling, all moderu. Barn and out buildings. Lot bO by 270. Price, $G000. 100 acres, H miles from Mexico. 7" acres in eoru, balance iu gran, every acre eau be plowed. Hood 3 room dwelling, barn aud outbuildings. Price, $33 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, we have what you are looking for. Ofllee in east rooms of new French building. G...

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. — 1 February 1906

Mexico Missou Me Volume 7, Mocico, Missouri, February 1, 1906. JSlxjurxilo&tr RI S'SAQE. HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, Mrs. Martha Johnson bat re 'turned from Oklnboma to Mexico t reside. In the Circuit Court, Megan vs C. &. A.j judgment by consentfor plaintiff for $140. The Columbia Brewing Associa tion is erecting; a ware house at at Martinsbnrg. Jesse Worsham, of near Mexico, is in San Antonio, Texas. May locate there and will send for his wife later. The A- II- T. A. organization at Worcester gives an oyster supper next Monday night. A highly pleasurable time is expected. F. W. Niles, the shoemaker, who came here from Vandalia sev eral years ago, has gone to Colum bia to work at his trade. The Mexico Fair Association will endeavor to purchase the fenc ing and buildings of the Kinlock Race Track Co. at St. Louis, which is now closed. In the list of members of the Woodmen Comedy Co. at Qant are J. W. Broaddus, J. L. Smith, W. II. Wilmot, Beverly Mayes and E. J.Sims. H. A." Morel...

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. — 1 February 1906

Miss Pym from j the West By AMY F. CACKETT ( Coryriglit, 'y-S. t7 J U. bowliu.) It was quite by chance that MIM Nornh Illington I'ym round a place In our. quiet boarding houan; and to us It m a Bubjert fbf constant wonder that she remained where tilings gen erallr were bo "slow." Tbe first night, arrayed In splendor, lie looked around the room In amaze ment and pity, and then bcRulled us with stories of the style people In our fetation kept up In the west. On the second night three of our ladles turned in the necks of their Mouses and wore lace. By the end of the week our ladles all appeared In evening Mouses, our hostess Introduced menus and entrees at dinner, and the kitchen girl was pressed Into cap and frills and brought up to help In the waiting. Our ladles made still further efforts to reach her level by wearing all their Jewelry and making a show of every thing they possessed. One afternoon, after an interview In our hostess' private room, a suave, polite atranger was ushered...

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. — 1 February 1906

OLDEST BEIG1G MONARCH IS DEAD ETDDEN DEATH OF KINO CHRIflk TIAN OF DENMARK. ALL OF EUROPE WILL MOURN He Occupied a Unla.no Poaltlon, AH of Hla Children Filling Impor tant PIncea of the Monarch ies of Europe. Copenhagen, Jan. 30. King Christian IX. of Denmark, the oldest reigning monarch in the world, related by blood or marriage to all the reigning houses of Europe, died here at 3:30 Monday afternoon, aged 87. He leaves six chil dren and 32 grandchildren. The king passed away quietly, sur rounded by the crown prince and crown princess and their children, and the dowager empress of Russia. The news of his majesty's death spread with great rapidity, and signs of the great est grief were to be seen everywhere. The king's death was quite sudden. Although for some time past he bad showed evidences that the weight of his pears was beginning to tell on him there was no Indication of his approaching end. His majesty gave audiences Monday morning, lasting three hours. At lunch, afterward, 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. — 1 February 1906

r GROCERIES MINCE MEAT... Bulk Mince Meat, fancy, per ponnd 10c Condensed minre meat (the very best quality) per lb. package 10c Do You Mark Mince Meat! 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 35e. THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Be&l, Editor and Proprietor Entered at th Pontofflea at Mailco Mn.. a orcnnd-ela matter Trnns of Subscription: Om year II .o Mi Monlb 9 Thr- Month 2J TnURSDAY, FEB. 1. 1906 ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Clerk. We an" a-ithorteori to announce PRICE CUNNINGHAM a candidate for County Clerk, Mibjert t the action of the Iermcratic primary April". Vie an? anthorizrd to nnnnunrc E. II. CARTER a candidate for re-election as Counts Clerk. subject to tlio action of the Demo cratlc primary April T. Circuit Clek. Wo are authorized to announce WILL II. MORRIS a candidate for re-election as Circuit Clerk, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary April ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 February 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, . FEB. 1, 1906. STATE MBBTINO. Connty Assessors m Febru ary 8 and 9 Program. PR. WATSON AGAIN. Did Bis Wife Come to DeatH Accidental Means? by ft HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, ti Joseph Brown remains quite ill. Miss Effle Griilin is suffering from a stroke of paralysis. J. M. Sbippee, seriously ill, was taken to Columbia for treatment last Satntday. One of Warren Bigelow's horses at Rush Bill dropped dead in the harness last, week. Pindall Wilfley, near Santa Fe, is seriously ill. A specialist from St Louis was summoned Monday. Rev. H. E. Truex of Mexico at tended a meeting of the board of home and foreign missions for the Baptist church in St. Louis last week. Rev. Truex is vice-presi dent of the State Board. Prof. J. W. Million of Hardin College escorted thirty of his his tory class to the Circuit Court room Monday afternoon. It was novel to some of the girls who had never been in that kind of a ' 'court' ' before. N. P. Morris and family and Ed Selb and family, no...

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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. — 1 February 1906

Mexico Missouri Message. J Oil DEAL, PoblUher. IKXICO till MISSOURI In a Swedish army order aoldlra are Instructed not to drink spirits on the march. Chocolate cakes are said to produce thirst, while orange and tea are considered most refreshing. The canaries of Gerninny are said to excel all other canaries a singers. One has been recorded to continue a single trill for one and ono-qunrter minute, with 20 change of note In it Tancakes broke up an Iowa homo. At Sanborn Mra. Carrie Fields got a divorce from Dr. L. S. Fields because the husband did not like her make of pancakes and ridiculed them. She testiefld that the expression on the doctor's face while eating the cake was auch that It might work pcrma cent Injury to her health. There are nioro than 7 ,000 legally recognized Intoxicant on sale In the United States. These intoxicants come from every country under the sun and the Importations of alcohollo liquors Into the I'nited States last year excelled $lf,0iMt,M 0. The fluid reac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 February 1906

WRITTEN IN RED CHA8.HOWARO NONTAQUB -, . .AND C. W. DVAR t (Copyright, bjTb CneU Publishing Co.) CHAPTER VI. Continued. "Alibi, eh? So you have the medical xamlner' report? Good! . Just what I was after. When did North die?" The reporter laughingly parried this query with another; "Do you suppose J have the doctor's report on the autopsy in my coat pock et?" Mr. Lamm' ventured to express a shrewd suspicion that his friend did pos sess, by some fortunate chance or other, .the essential facta of that report, and Mr. Thomas quite justified that suspi cion by letting him know, in strict con fidence,, the outcome ol his interview iwlth the surgeon. The detective uttered a lone, low Whistle. "Curious! Mighty curious!" he com nented. . "If you'll be so good as to give me an pportunity," suggested Thomas, "I'll fce pleased to ejaculate with you." ! "I'm-ha! You said a moment ago, nnuiuus, mm yuur upiuiuu vi luo case would depend upon the alibi of Thorn ton Star.kb.ouse. What would you say 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 February 1906

J- -1 V 'W'W ' Si -Vi '. XTi. vW v V V Uf "WW 'i 4 Real Estate Bargains 4 room, frame dwelling, barn, onlb'g. Corner lot, Price,$850 5 room frame dwelling, water in Imnpe.eorner lot. Price.$1750 4 room frame dwelling, water in house,barn,orner lot; $1500 3 room frame dwelling, summer kifehen, 3 lotg. Price, f 1000 4 room dwelling, 2 lots, out bids.; tin's is a bargain $1200. 5 room dwelling, plenty ground, barn and out bids. $1200. 6 room frame dwelling, all modern, lot 100x120, price $3500. 8 room 2 story frame dwelling, all modern. 13 urn and out buildings. Lot 80 by 270. Price. $G000. 100 acres, 8 miles from Mexico, 75 acreB in corn, balance in grnnH, every acre chu be plowed. Good 3 room dwelling, barn and nntbnildings. Price, $39 per acre, on terms to suit. This is a bargain. 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 ns, we have what yon are looking for. Ofllee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 February 1906

A- Mexico souri Message Volume 7. Mexico, Missouri, February 8, 1906. Number IS Mis James Canada, western part of th eotnty, U at Hot Springs for the benefit of hit health. Julia Lee was granted divorce from her husband, Lather Lee. She charged cruelty and desertion". W. Alien of Rush Hill paid this office a pleasant call last Saturday, lie geta the Message in his home. Sims, the little son of Hardin Rixey, was afflicted with the whooping cough and last week he took with typhoid fever. O. P. Clark has withdrawn the suit for divorce against his wife. The wife has returned from Kan sas City and the couple are living together again. J.K. Marshall has been ap pointed by the Mexico City Coun cil to fill out the unexpired time of night watch J. D. Sims who re sisrned to take a place as gnard at the State prison. Eev. Leroy Hatchelt o! Martins burg, who is quite old, was injured by the cars at Louisiana and sued the railroad for damages. He was eiven iudement by consent in the Circuit Cour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 February 1906

Ill THE METROPOLIS ROOSEVXLTS BEXATED TO FA MOUS FAMILIES OF EUROPE. LONCWORTH CONNECTION Fatho of Soma of New York's Great House Becent Qiftt to Museum BemATd Shaw's Flay for Corbett EW YORK. When next month Mis worth she will tie related by mar riage to a very In teresting group of French notab'll tlea. Mr. Long worth's sister Is the young Count ess de Chambrun, the niece of the old count, the famous founder of the Institute of Social Sciences. The Chambruns are enormously rich. Sev eral millions of francs were bestowed upon the Institute. The late counters was as religious as she was wealthy, and brought out Wagner's operas at normou expense before their general production In Germany. Another niece of the elder Chambruns Is the widow of M. de Brazza, the eminent explorer and her wealth greatly smoothed tt.e way before his enterprises. Mr. Longworth's aunt, Mrs. William J. Flagg, also of Cincinnati, was well known In Europe, as her son, the younger William, was later for a very di...

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. — 8 February 1906

i HER SECOND VALENTINE By WRIGHT A. PATTERSON i St. Valentine's day, but It brought no expectant flush to the cheeks of Jennie Morris. Rather she was Jennie Morris 20 years. ago, now her neigh bors knew her as plain Jane Morris. Twenty years ago she had been a blithesome girl just budding injo mag nificent womanhood, the belle, and pot of the Tillage, and people. generally had voted Henry. Eraser the most for tunate of young men when it "was 'said that Jennie Morris was to be his wife. Twenty years ago. How long the time seemed to the woman living alone now in the village, where once she bad reigned as queen. Parents gone to their long rest ten years be fore, leaving her Just a sufficient com petence to keep hunger from the door.. She was still idolized by the village folk, for she played the role of Qood Samaritan in every needing home. Every day in the year save one she was at the beck and call of any who needed her help. But St. Valentine's day was her own; ber own to bs spent al...

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. — 8 February 1906

XHEMESSAC E Published Every Thursday. John Beal. Editor and Proprietor Cntre4 the Postoffiee tt MmIco Mo.. M Meond-eltst mttur. Terms of Subteriptiont One year M O" SI Months Thru Monthi THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1906 ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Clerk. 'o arc authorized to announce TRICE CUNNINGHAM a candidate for County Clerk, subject to Urn action of the Democratic primary April 7. We are authorized to announce E. II. CABTER a i-andldato for re-election as County Clerk, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary April 7. Circuit Clerk. Wc are authorized to announce WILL II. MORRIS :i candidate for re-election us Circuit Clerk, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary April 7. We arc authorized to announce SIDNEY A. JAMES a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic primary April 7. County Treasurer. We are authorized to announce NOBLE BARNES a candidate for County Treasurer, sub ject to the action of the Democratic pri mal y April 7. We are authoilzd to a...

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. — 8 February 1906

BSfe tt HAPPEN AND HIPPENING.il ' B. M. Campbell baa gone to St Louis to take charge of a cream ery. Miss Sarah L. Grim, near Lad- donia, has been quite unwell all winter. Last Monday morning was the coldest in this section this winter, 4 below zero. Work was begun last week on the new ice plant building, on the old site in the west part of town. There will be an open session of the Farmers' Union tomorrow night at Bean Creek school house. Everybody invited. Judge James Heaton, who lives near Mt- Carmel, is unable to meet with the County Court in session in Mexico this week on account of tho very Berious illness of his wife. U. I. HUGHES, Undertaker, 206 S. Jeff. St. City 'Phone, 400; Union, 34. The organ recital at the Mexico Methodist church last Monday night was highly appreciated and enjoyed by the large audience preseut. M. E. Hughes of Sedalia in passing the Crown Laundry in Mexico laBt Friday slipped on an iron grating and fractured his right leg just above the ankle. Qeorge ...

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. — 8 February 1906

lleiico Missouri Message. JOHIT BKA.L, PblUkr. 1OEXI00 I UI3SOUIU Europe has a population of about l!5.000,000, or about one-fourth thai of the whol world. The annual value of Uie mineral products of Gcrmnny h about $250. OOO.ooo. Coal nnd Iron are the most Important. Great Britain and Ireland export ev cry year about $250,000,000 worth of linen Roods, of which one-half it hipped to thp I'nlted Slates. Some of the wtrotts of Warsaw, Po land, are paved with straw pressed Into blocks and made hard enough to bo used for this purpose In order to cure herself of consump tion, Mrs. A. I). Hess, of near Wat ontown. Pa., swallowed the warm heart of a large rattlesnake, and Is now recovering, whether by mere coincidence or otherwise Is not known. How many words are powdblal Starting from the four-and-twenty al phabetic sounds, Leibnitz calculated the co'nibinations at 620,448,701,733, 239.739.3f.0.(Mio. But many of these combinations would be unpronounce able, even in Welsh. President Roosev...

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. — 8 February 1906

m WRITTEN IN. RED CHAS. HOWARD MONT AO W AMD C. W. DTAR (Copjriighl, bjr TIm CssmII FobUthiaa Co) CHAPTER VII. CoimHTTKD. Gradually all traces of StackhouBe's agitation disappeared. He accom panied the Inspector Into the outer of flee. The booka 'were got out, Jobson .'was sent after try the writing expert, and fitackhouse seeded to be eager and ab orbed In the ntw quest Applebee'a op portunlty cams at last Going Into the Inner office upfca the first reasonable pre text, he hastily transferred the contents ; of the waste basket to his hat Fortun ately he had a large head and his hat was capacious. After the arrival of the writing expert the Inspector did not linger long at the office. He suddenly discovered an er rand. In fire minutes he was locked in a private office alone, excitedly compar ing, arranging, searching and pasting. As the writing was only on one side of the sheet, patience .In a a little mucilage soon effected a restoration of the whole. And this was the inspec tor's ...

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. — 8 February 1906

Real Estate Bargains 4 rooms, frump dwelling burn, finli'g. Corner lot, PricHiiO f room frame dwelling, water in houne, corner lot. i,rice,.tl7f0 4 room frame dwelling, water in house, barn, corner lot; lf00 3 room frame dwelling, summer kit'lien. lots. Price. $1000 4 room dwelliug, 2 lots, out bIK;tlii is n bargain $1200. 5 room dwelling, plenty ground, barn and out bids. $1200. 6 room frame dwelling, all modern, lot 100x120, price $3500. 8 room 2 story frame dwelling, all moderu. Dam aud out buildings. Lot 80 by 270. Price, $G000. 100 acres, 8 miles from Mexico, 73 acres in corn, balance iu grass, every acre cau be 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, we have what .yon are looking for. Office in east rooms of new French building. Ground floor, ( ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 February 1906

-0 Mexico ouri Message Volume 7, Mexico, Missouri, February 15, 1QO0. Number 16. Mi We bow our thanks to Mr. C.B. Rutter. up Centralia way. for a kindly favor. CHINESE EXCLUSION. A LITTLE HISTORY. Vandnlia ia talking of holding a fair this fall. J.M.Price is the mover. A Former Audrain Some Reasons. How a Lick Creek Girl Bagged i Boy Presents Bear Jt was 51 Years Ago. The following is from the Ilanni bal Journal but it concerns Ralls and Audrain counties and mighty interc8tin' rcadin." It The following article is taken from the San Francisao Chronicle iiTMi r .1.. i f ... I vm luuuuy is nomc iruui The VV. K. Roberts mentioned id U,I,1 .r,nm,i ; fi, mm. .-mm it I I ' H'lULU 111 10 ins iumuy wuu are bueuumB mo a brother of E. FT. Tfnlievts r. Ua H, f , TT I " f w 'Jv.' vui vv ui IV ill winter witn relatives in ernon county. siding southeast of Mexico: W. K. Roberts, for the past fif teen years connected with the im- Capt. Scudder and family have perial maritime customs service of retu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 February 1906

V p ME AND LAVSON Br RICHARD WEBB Bust rmlad br W. W. Deralw ltd M. . Alethtre. IN SIX SECTIONS CCaajruat, IM, j . w. iniiuituiMI SECTION TIT. Scrambled Oil (Continued). Then solemn-faced Grandpa whis tled for the brakes and cut In with: "Mister Rogers, yea must forbear. No good can possibly coma from recognizing this man In any way. We are Glass arm Powerless to cut any ice with words. You cannot deny bis chatters in a bunk because they are based on Half mast Truths, tf you admit ho ha3 rune up the Right Change on any part of them so to deny the balance you'll have to Klve away conditions which tbo pub lic ain't wIbo enough to see in the flight Light the light .which comos only from burning Our Oil. . "Remember the masses behind the votes can t tumblo to Higher Financo or the workings of the great organiza tions which arc necessary to provide Safe Investments for the hundreds of millions paid in Scrambled Oil Divi dends every three moons. "It isn't Safe on First to tell the people ...

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