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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 February 1906

Felicity and the "Rose Tree f By JEAN COUR7ENAY (Copyright, 190. by Joseph B. Dowlet.) ' "Felicity!" The weak tones carried tremulously through the quiet garden, and In an swer to the call a girl roBe from the daffodils with which she was filling the basket and sped quickly towards the house. ""Coming, darling!" she cried. As Bhe reached the wide porch she almost ran Into the arms of a man who laughingly barred the way. . "Please do not detain me, Mor daunt," she exclaimed, impatiently. "Mother ,1a calling me." "You are an ideal daughter, Felici ty," he replied, stepping aside. She flushed faintly, as if reading an Implied reproach in his quiet words, and aald, almost defiantly: "But I fall as a wife. Is that what you meant, Mordaunt?" . , "Your perfect fulfillment of one duty, dear, need surely cast no blame upon the other," said her husband, meeting her defiant look with steadfast tenderness. "Yet you are not satisfied with met" "I admire her daughter," he said, with a shade of bi...

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. — 15 February 1906

i THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at th Postofllc at Mexico j Mo., m second -elas matter. I Term of Subscription: I On year 11 (Six Month Three Months ! THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 190G ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Clerk. r. arc author1z'd to nnnoiuu-i: i TRICE Cl'NXLWillAM I u candidate for County Clerk. snUji-ct to i the action of tin- Democratic primary t April 7. Wc arc authorized to unnounce i E. 11. CARTER J a cundidate for re-election us County r-l.t..l u. ... tlx. ..i.flrvii ..f tl.o lit. inn. ' cratlc primary April 7. Circuit Clerk. ' We are authorized to announce i WILL 11 MORRIS i a candidate for re-election a Circuit ; Cleric, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary April ... Wo arc authorised to announce SIDNEY A. JAMES a candidate fur Circuit Clerk, subject to the action of the Demociatic primary April 7. We are authorized to announce C T. PEYTON a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic primary April...

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. — 15 February 1906

1 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. IS Probate Conrt opened in regular session Monday. 1 " 1 1 11 i t i i Prof. D. A. McMillan's condi tion is not improved. - I. M. Williams, the horseman, northwest of Rush Hill, is moving to Mexico. Bishop Oendrix of the Metho dist chnrch is to preach in Mexico next Sunday week. Earl Berry, son of Taylor Ber ry, out Molino way, has been very ill from appendicitis. The Kemp & Pearson Clothing Co of Mexico has incorporated with a capital of $15,000. Rev. Win. Craic of Paris, for 30 years pastor of the Baptist church at Long Branch, is re ported very sick. W. M. Childers, south of Ben ton City, has moved to Hinton, Buone county. Be tells the Mes sage he will be back occasionally. The City of Mexico vs. John Harris, in the St. Louis Court of Appeals, was reversed last week. Harris was charged with conduct ing a gambling table. . Rev. H. B. Rice of Laddonia will be the pastor of the Baptist church at Mt. Zion, north of Mex ico, for another year. He is much be...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 February 1906

m-Harmnmtttt Ttmta-s u wwmwi r Jo L !0 Tt tilt Ap Wc a i iCIe era Wc a ( era W a c th Ap a c tin Ap W. u c Jec mi a c to' Ap a Col De Wc a ci to) Ap We a c; to Ap Wc a c to Ap Wi a c to i Ap Wt a e toi Ap W s a c to ,,. Ap Wi a Ju n te" of pr, tlr th -il IQI an Mexico Missouri Message. JOHN BEAU Publisher. BKIOQ till MISSOURI London's lord mayors hare, during th past decade, collected more than f 100,000,000 for charitable and bensvo lent purposed. The death of Brig. Gen. John Camp bell, recently, leaves only 18 American officers on the retired lfst of the army who served In the Mexican war. AhysMnla produces' the finest ostrich feathers, the price there being $1.44 to $2.31 a dozen for the best white, 96 -cents to $1.93 a. dozen for the black, and half as much for gray feathers. The American DIblo society, which does not pretend to print Its Dlble In all languages, issues either the whole Dlble or portions of It In 242 languages and dialects. On the Isthmus of Tehuantepec la a flow...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 February 1906

WRITTEN IN RED Br i CH AS. HOWARD MONTAGUS AND C. W. DYAR. (CopTiRlil, by Tba Casteli Publithing Co.) CHAPTER IX. Continued. "Ah!" Mr. Lamm lit a new clgat. 'Didn't liko the young fellow, eh?" "May have liked him well enough, tint didn't want a man without money tor a son-in-law," rejoined Thomas. "But Marion was not his own daugh ter "No. .But he adopted her when he was a year old, and he had no expec tation of having a child of hia own; and North seemed to think as much of her after Stella came as before. Of course, one way of showing his liking was his anxiety to have Marion well married. At all events, the old man turned the cold shoulder to Fetrldge, who was only a struggling lawyer, with nothing but his wits to depend on for living. His visits to the house sud denly stopped. About two months after he ceased to call at the place, Marlon North became Marion Stack house." "There was plenty of gossip about that event at Swampscott, I'll be bound," was the detective's comment. "Of ...

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. — 15 February 1906

c a V 1 CW 5v Oh. JV flrv I "V "w. Ni ' W "Hi ". A vl "W WW "U' " If V.. ( B : 4 f,: J7lid j5 :'.:fS 4 i.4r-.i'::lK--:W'"''' 3? CN I Duroc Jerseys on W4 it. w. ii.li.-. a Second Annual Sale . . . Missouri Horse Sale Co. Under the management of O. P. I pdegrulf and A. E. Anlibreok, from the Stables of Middleton r y Sr Willi. , t j ' Mexico, Mo., March 21, 22 am 23, '06. Entries of desirable 4,Ready-to-Use" horses of all classes solicited. Catalogue entries close March 10th. Any inquiries will be promptly answered. Address all communications to RUFUS JACKSON, Secretary, Mexico, Mo. fa ifl fa if fa fa fa fa fa fa tr the Boom. he win-Mo nrpeoer, THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 13. 190G. A WORKING CONGRESSMAN. Congressman Chump Chirk has passed a special bill thru Congress in record breaking liirn.1 to give Mr. Joe Price of Mexico a pension of $30 per mouth. Audrain county has trentieut oc casion to observe that the Con gressman from this district is hav ing wood. It was he who secured free r...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1906

Missouri Mess Me AGE. V IvXorycloo, Miese-sQtjtrrI, Fso'hr,uLcir'V 1QOG Volume Numbor XT XICO I February 22. WHli'mcton' Birthdav a dt revered by tlie nation. Miss Martha Frost is better af tar a fortnight's illness. - , Boy Cable and family of the vi cioity of Champ, will move to Mexico. Mrs. McCabe Howe, returned to her home in Kansas City Friday, after a visit with her parents, A. C. Barnes and wife, in this city. Mrs. Rachel Holt who has been suffering with- cancer of the month is now quite ill. Justice A. B. Cluster united in marriage last week Mr. P. P. Yhung of Callaway and Miss Francis Wooldridga of this county. The Fulton A. O. C. W. last week initiated 14 new members. Supper was served to a hundred guests. B. II. Robinson of the Mexiao Lodge was present. A party was given Feb. 14th at the home of Mr. A. B. Smith. Some artistic work was done in portrait drawing each, guest had the pleasure of seeing himself as others drew him; C. E. Stokes is here again in the (interest of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1906

M1IIGT0II GOSSIP BUDGET OF CURRENT T0PIC8 FROM NATIONAL CAPITAL. SENATORS DEPEW AND PLATT Hoth Are Expected to Retire from Public Life at the Close of This Session Buffalo J ones Pro - vide a Feait. ASHIN O T 0 N. There is no more pathetic sight in public life to day than the struggle of Senator Chaun cey M. Depew, of New York, to maintain his former debonair manner and to be the genial, popu lar after-dinner orator and man of affairs he has always been. He now roi.st put forth a stronR effort even to mile, where formerly he threw back Lis head and laughed with the zest nd heartiness of a care-free boy. When he thinks anyone is looking at Mm he forces a smile and attempts Mb old jauntlness of manner, but when I he effort has passed he ages ten years iu a minute. He seems to shrink iown in his seat, his face becomes tray and the lines of age are plainly drawn. The senator and his relatives deny bat he is subject to aphasia, but there f,an been unmistakable evidence that this malady h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1906

THE WEDDING AT THE WHITE HOUSE The President's Eldest Daughter Married to Nicholas Longworth, of Ohio, in the Historic East Room.. CEREMONY BY BISHOP SATTERLEE--. .. . PRESIDENT GAVE THE BRIDE AWAY. Tho Beautiful Bride, Leaning On the Arm of Her Father, Met . .the Bridegroom at the Altar, a Bower of Flowers, and Together They Ascended the Platform and Stood Beside the Bishop-The Ceremony Witnessed By the Most Distinguished and Brilliant Assemblage Ever Gathered in the White House A Quiet Sunday at the Suburban Home of a Friend Start On a Trip to the South. Washington, Feb. 19. Standing on She spot in the East room of the White House, where, 32 years ago, Nellie Grant plighted her troth to Algernon Sartoris, Alice Lee Roosevelt, eldest daughter of Theodore Roosevelt, twenty-sixth president of the United States, anil Nicholas Longworth, representa tive in congress from the First district of Ohio, were joined In the bonds of holy, wedlock, shortly after noon, Sat urday, by Rt. Rev. Hen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1906

THE MESSAGE 1 Published Every Thursday, earn- John Beal, Editor and Proprietor Efetend at tha Poatofflca at Meilcc Ho.. as eond-elass matur. Term of Bultcrijtiont Ona r W 01 81 Montht Three Month 8 THURSDAY, FEU. 190C ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Clerk. We are a iitliuricil t annonncr 1-RICE CUNNINGHAM a candidate for County Clerk, subject t the action of tin- Democratic primar; April 7. Vo ore authorized to uniioiiiice E. IX. CARTER a cHiididatc for re-election a Count' Clerk, -subject to the uction of tlio Domo cratic primary April 7. Circuit Clerk. We arc authorized to announce WILL H. .MORRIS a candidate for re-election us Circuit Clerk, subject to tho action of tlm Demo cratic primary April 7. We aro authorised to announce SIDNEY A. .JAMES a candidate forClrcult Clerk, .subject to tlio action of tlie Democratic primnr April 7. We are authorized to announce C. T. PEYTON ft candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject t ttie action of the Democratic prlmar April 7. County Treasurer. We are auth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEET 22. 1900. tX HAPPENED AND BAPPENING. E. E. Jones Collector. in candidate for Chai. Hill who was thrown from horse near'Auxvajse two weeks ago is able to be about again. Wm. Anderson,. Commissioner of Bureau of Labor Statistics, Jef ferson City, is compiling his. an nual report of Manufacturers. W. H. Kennan who consented to become a candidate for the of flee of presiding justice of the County Court has since with drawn. Press of business and considerations for health prevent his making an active canvass with opponents in the field. After G. B. Moore's Announcement for the same office Qen. Kennan has de cided to give him a clear field. Mra. OcUve Asbury Attacked With Paralysis at Maccabee Lodge. Mrs. Octave Asbury, Lady Com! mander of the Order of Maccabees, became prostrated last Friday while presiding at the Maccabee lodge at Fraternal Hall. She was conveyed to her home where she lay unconscious for several hours Drs. Coil and Cave have both been in atten...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1906

Hcxico Hissonri Message. JOH1 BI1U FaMUher. Mexico tilt Missouri . London motor 'bin drivers who void accidents for a week receive a bonus. They are fined for accident. Senator La toilette, of Wisconsin, it one of the closest students of Shake leare In tho senate and the only vegetarian In that body. Consul Hanna, In Monterey, Mex ico, reports a good demand for Amer ican musical Instruments of the cheaper variety, except pianos. High grade pianos are eaRy to sell there. In the United Slates are S'.O.ono acres of peanut land and 170,000 pea nutters. Threo hundred million pounds of peanuts, worth $11,000,000, are produced here every year. The island on which Eddystcme lighthouse stands Is the smallest in habited island In the world. At low water it is only 30 foot la diameter and at high water the base or tho lighthouse, which has a diameter of only a little over 28 feet, completely covered by water. It is admitted In the military world that Turkey's army is gradually as suming streng...

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. — 22 February 1906

- , i WRITTEN IN RED Br CHA8.HOWARO KOHTAOVI AND C. W. STAR (Copyright, bj Th CuuU PublUhiiig C.) CHAPTER X. CO.VTLNCED. He took their chaffing about the out ard and visible signs of his wetting With characteristic good-humor; and between repartees thaUbrought a broad erin to the faces of his associates, managed to Introduce certain terse questions as to the matter in hand. "Eastern depot? Why, Big Jim had m faro from there to-night. Here, Big Jim, leave off your palaver with the dames at that table a moment and come and see Thomas!" Obedient to the summons, with ready good-will, Big Jim nodded to the re porter, and was presently sted with him at a conference carried fin by both parties in an undertone. . "The fare was a woman, Vhomaa.' i 'A woman is what I'm looking for." "Well, thl3 one was so wrapped up I couldn't make much of her looks; but I will say this, she wasn't old, and she Tvas scared at something or other al most to death." "Where did you take her, Jim?" To the Albany."...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 February 1906

. ":' . S Second Annual Sale . . . issouri Horse Sale Co. v I $ - K I'luliT tin munition ivnt of (). P. tTxlegruLT l-t and A. K. Asliljiook, from tlio StaMcs of Middieton Jf Q tV JlOITIH, ;Movinn Mn Hflrnh 91 92 Mid 93 Tlfi Entries of desirable "Ready-to-Use" horses of all classes L-iiVitofi f.tninonp. entries close March 10th. Anv inauiries will be promptly answered. Address all communications to M RUFUS JACKSUN, secretary, Mexico, Mo. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB 22, 1900. BRYAN AT MANILA. Mrs. Dorringtn, a Pike County Mo., Woman, Assists in the Hon ors to the Democratic Leader. The Louisiana (Mo.) Press Journal pays it takes tliu following from a Mnuiltt puper iu regard to the rici'ptiou given to Wm. J. Bryan by the Elks in that city: William J. Bryan lias proved himself to the satisfaction of Ma nila to be the most democratic of of all democrats. Standing in the receiving line Saturday evening he and his amiable wife shook the Land of each cue of the hundreds o guests who flocked t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1906

0 Mexico ssouri Message, Volum 7, Mexico, Missouri Meti-oVi 1, 1QOG. Mi A mirror shows us as we are; no does the ballot we drop in the box. When ths righteous are in au thority the people rejoice. Pro. 39:2. A visitor's good cheer in ths sick room does infinitely more Rood than doleful sympathy. Geo. and E. D. Plybon. near Thompson, hav,e gone to Greely, Colorado, to reside. Boone Connty Circuit Court re voked C. T. Johnson's saloon li cense, Centralis, Mo., Feb. 24. Sit. and Mrs.John R. Bassler of Anxvaise celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary last Wednes day. - C. N. Turpln, Parber, was in Mexico on business Thursday and remembered the Message. S. P. Bills south of town will sell off bis entire personal proper ty with the intention of seeking a home in the west. 8turgeon, Mo., .Feb. 16, The Mexico District of tho Methodist church will hold its annual confer ence at Sturgeon on Maroh 21-23. E. D. Cook of Elm Bend neigh borhood has just returned from a pleasant three week's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1906

VMHGTOll GOSSIP ODOR OF MOTH-BALLS CLINGS BOUND THJE UNIFORMS. EXECUTIVE HEADQUARTERS "White House Office Uncomfortable, Unhealthful and Ugly Represen . tatlve Longworth Laboring J for Needed Reform. A 8 II I NGTOM. The scent of the moth ball will noon be out of 'Washington at mosphere. There U only one more reception at the White House and after that the ma J o r 1 1 y of the young officers, and old ones, too, for that matter, In the army, navy nnd marine corps can put away their dress uniforms In cedar closet and chests and fortify them with camphor and moth balls. The odor of those moth destroyers and preventers is first no tlced on New Yenr's day, when every officer of the army and navy and reve- nut cutter service within the city Is expected to put on his finest dress unl form and repair to the White House to greet the president and his wife. During the Spanish-American war !. order was Issued requiring officers to wear their uniforms while on duty, and they all became so accus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1906

I-ft A HOME-MADE NOVELTY. 1 Tunny Little Man Who Will Coma to . . ' Ufa Over Oaa Jet or Hot Air Register.. - Have you ever heard of a convection current? It is the current-of heated air that Is bound to rise from any heated place or object To prove the existence of a convection current, take a gas flame, for Instance, or a hot air grating In a sidewalk. Tou may see the hot air simmering np from the grating, which makes the objects Just beyonti It lose the exact outlines of their shapes and look wabbly. First cut out a circle of tin; then cut almost to the center on the dotted lines, as shown In Fig. 1. Bend each cut section to an angle of 45 degrees. Now secure a length of strong, tough wire that won't bend with heat, and form with it the angle shown at A (Fig. 2). Twist a small round loop eye at the end of the upper horizontal piece which is marked B, C, and fasten that wire to the- gas pipe, or to a wall If the gas pipe Is not convenient Run a second lower horizontal wire at D, E,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1906

THE MESSAGE Published Erery Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor Mund at th Potoffle at Mlcc Mo., n teond-eli rattler. Termiof Subscription Ona yaat 6li Month ThrM Month. ,.11.01 .... S! THUBSDAY, MARCH 1, 1906 ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Clerk. We ftro authorized to announce PHICE CUNNINGHAM a canilldatn for County Clf-rk, sulijoct to the action of the Domocrntlc primary April 7. Wo ore authorize! to announce E. II. CARTER a candidate for re-election us County Clerk, subject to tho action of tho Demo cratic primary April 7. Circuit Clerk. Wo aro authorized to announce WILL H. MORRIS a candidate mr re-eiecilon as Circuit Clerk, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary April 7. We aro authorized to announce SIDNEY A. JAMES a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the notion of the Democratic primary April 7. We are authorized to announce C. T. PEYTON a Candida, to lor Circuit Cirri;, subject to t'ie uction ot the Democratic primary April 7. County Treasurer. We are authorize...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAtiCU 1, 1906. ti mm ciiy mum ft The Lenten season began yes terday. ' E. E. Jones if candidate for Collector. - Tho MiBsissippi ib clear of ice at Hannibal. The Wabash Co. will move into their new depot Sunday The in ' rior is very attractiveiy finished. Time and the snow hung heavy on the hands of the town clock Monday. k The Knights of Pythiag lodge, No. 02, of Centralia, celebrated its forty second anniversary, Feb. 24. A class of ten was initiated. The delivery horse of Gant & Kent broke its leg Thursday and it had to be shot. A trainable horse. . Lamar, Mo., Feb. 23. Mil ford Postofflce struck by lightning and bnrned. All letters, Govern ment documents, etc., burned. A special ise of 2 feet in the Mississippi is noted at .Louisiana, Mo. Tho Ohio River at Louis ville, Ky., records a rise' of 3.2 feet. Elmer Cunningham has used the drac avstem for roads to some ex tent and thereby made good road improvement. John Inlow, a former resident and present vi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1906

Mexico Missouri Message. JOHN DKAU Publisher. MEXICO Kilt MISSOURI The taunlclpalityot Nice has trained flogs to draw o cord, with a bush fixed to the end of it, through the email ewers of the city, and so clean them. Queen Marghertta, of Italy, has an Alpine garden C.OOO feet above te level, which la said to bo not only the highest garden In the world, but the moat perfect of Its kind. Some time ago a brown bear In Bronx roo logical park, Ne-w York, waa suffering from toothache. It took the combined strength of four men to pull the molar, after which the boar's former amiability returned. In the Wisconsin lhc Held there are 13 magnetic separation plants In op eration, and it Is said that this use of electro-magnetism Is greatly In creasing the yield of zinc In that dis trict. Our trade in Spain is at a low ebb, Tmt it is on account of the Span ish tariff. There are a few American articles that sell there better than those from other countries. These are typewriters, watches, cotton...

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