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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 March 1906

s, II WRITTEN IN RED CHAS.HOWARD MONTAGU AMD C. Wi DYAR (Copyright, by Tha CumII Publishing Co.) CHAPTER XL Continued. "Come, Miss North, you feel better now, don't you?" he said, awkwardly, as he supported her head upon his arm. And when a sudden betrayal of fear and shame surged Into her white cheeks he hastened to add: "There now, there's nothing to be afraid of. Not t least in the world." She Stiade an effort to disengage her self and to arlso, but she was very weak, and she only sank back again with a pathetic sigh. The tears came Into her eyes at once, and she was un able to conceal her weakness or to check It Faster and faster the chased each other down her cheeks. Her face was wet with them "Come, Miss North," he murmured, "this will never do. You must not give, way like this. Don't despair. If there Is anything wrong, you may depend upon me to help you all I can." ' Oh, it's not I who need the he'p," she moaned, quite light-headed by rea son of her Ibng sufferings; and, gra...

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. — 1 March 1906

4. & V "Vw? ""wW W t' W "W W' Nrf "W "W "WV" W " j . .. . . , ' " 1 HP Second Annual Sale . . . Missouri Horse Sale Co. K Under the management of O. P. Upderatf and A. E. Ashbrook, from the Stables of Middleton &, Morris, Mexico, Mo., March 81,88 oi !ft m Entries of desirable "Ready-to-Use" horses of oil classes solicited. Catalogue entries close March 10th. Any inquiries will be promptly answered. Address all communications to RUFUS JACKSON, Secretary, Mexico, Mo. THE MESSAQE THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 190G. THE "GOOD ROADS" MEETING. Old Missouri Principle of Road Drags Urged by Alton's Special Party. The Alton "Good Roads" meet ing in Mexico at the Court House February 22 was attended by n large ;;umber of our best farmers aud businessmen. D. Ward King of Holt county, Missouri, of t lie State Board of Agriculture, T. 11. McDonald, Ames, Iowa, of the Iowa Highway Commission and Prof. Spaulding of the State Uni versity, were the speakers on this occasion. Dudley Walker, adver tising...

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. — 8 March 1906

squri Message "Vol tames 7. Mexico, IVTieour-i Mcxr-oln 8, 1906. Number 19 Mexico Mis Wheal yoa want to see real faults, look in. You can not. lift np without reaching down. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sal lee are home from a visit to relatives at Pilot Point, Texas. Mrs. E. a. Skelley of Vandalia is visiting the family of Prof. W E. Veerkarap in Nevada, Mo. Mrs. A. M. Neul of Youngs Creek celebrated lier 81st birthday last week with about thirty guests ut a sumptuous dinner. I. M. Greer has bought out the stock and fixtures of the McPheet era Furniture Co. Miss Adeline Sumner of Benton ville, Ark., has returned home af ter a lengthy visit to her aunt, Mrs. William Stewart. The Mexico Business Men's As sociation have good and sufficient reasons for "laying low." Mexico would be in a great muddle indeed to take up with every scheme that presents itself. Hickory Grove school, near Louisiana, held closing' exercises last Friday. At the close, the night was so dark and roads so muddy 47 persons ...

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. — 8 March 1906

ill THE METROPOLIS A MOST RESOURCEFUL AND EN TERPRISING PUBLISHER. JAMES CORDON CIPJNETT Income Greater Than That of Any Other American Newspaper Man Cabled Message Paul Mor ton and the Equitable. KV YORK. "Jim Pennon's ya:-ht Is carrying to l'alm Beach one of the most re sourceful and en ter prising of newspaper pule Ushers. The Ly- W.T$AzA Mayflower or th:in vel; bigger than both combined. She carries a couple of cows to pro vide fresh milk, without which no Parisian can long exist, chickens, n model dairy nnd bakery, a Trench laundry such us Trilby worked in a veritable "blunehlsserle de flue." Lux ury in the cabins is taken for granto.l. The party Is Scotch, English, French, American and Uelgian. Dennett is S 'otch-lrlsh. At lii) Dennett is a young-look ipx tn in. tall, slender, active, possessed of i-oat strength; his face Is long an) in response almost melancholy. He is lie.uted to sport and never fugeti business for Ions. Uennett is a bach elor. His father married In S4't Hen...

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 March 1906

THE TORIIADO APf,1 TUB CA8T7ALTIE3 NOW PLACED AT 94 DKAD, 40 IN JTJB.ED. " THE MONEY LOSS, $1,250 000 i . . . . , Am Avar Ma At Work Claarlai; the Streets af WmVu-lf r a tar of Famerala la th citr. Meridian, Miss., March B. Before an army, of determined men attacking Meridian's etorm-swept and debris strewn streets," the Vast-' amount of wreckage Is giving way slowly but surely The Sabbath following the dis astrous storm of Friday was a day ol funerals. The merchants and residents of Meridian had never protected them selves with storm or cyclone insurance, so Insurance agents will have little or no auditing beyond the Are losses. A million and a quarter dollars is now thought to be a conservative estimate of the" damage wrought. After leaving Meridian and entering Macon,-a suburban town, live miles dls tnat, all traces of the storm seemed to have disappeared. Little If any dam age Is reported from the country. Ad ditions -t6 the casualty-list have been made, estimates now standing 2...

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 March 1906

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at tha Foatofflc at Mulco Mo., Meood-elut tnatUr. v Term of tiubscripliont Om ytr . .U.qi Sis Mootb K TUre Month THURSDAY, MARCO b, 190G ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Clerk. Wo are authorized to announce TRICE CUNNINGHAM a candidate for County Clerk, subjoct to the action of tho Democratic primary April 7. Wc ar authorized to announce E. It. CARTER a candidate for re-election as County Clerk, subject to the action of thn Demo cratic primary April 7. Circuit Clerk. Wo arc- authorized to announce WILL II. MORRIS a candidate for ro-olrctloii as Circuit Clerk, subjoct to tho action of the Demo cratic primary April 7. We are authorized to announce ' SIDNEY A. JAMES a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the. action of tho Democratic 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 7. County Treasurer. Wc are authorized ...

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 March 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 8, I90G. H'sowni cur wmm tl Elmer Underwood ia now locat ed at Cantrall, Illinois, and orden the Message to his addreBa. - ' F. A. Madd has moved from near Benton City to the 0. W. Adams farm, northeast of Mexico. The Mexioo Christian Sunday School report an attendance of 259 last Sunday and $7.46 collec tion.. Miss Serena Allen, of this city, who has Bpent sevsral seasous in Jefferson City as trimmer, will go to Moberly this year. Edward Matthews of Louisiana, the new C. & A. and Burliugton agent in Mexico, will move his family here this month. Mr. Matthews married Miss Nell Sul linger of Mexico. A kindly letter to the Message from our good friend E. M. Crooks at Rush Hill. He made a little oversight recently which he wished us to help him correct. Time will bring matters aronnd all right, Bro. Crooks.' At the Methodist Sunday school Sunday was missionary day, the collection amounting to $12:60. The Junior League in the evening gave an excellent prog...

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 March 1906

Hsxico Hissocri Message. JOHI UU,riHUkr. tOEXIOO ft fc aOSSOUR Adm. Alexieff 'a salary wti 1 66,00 a Tear, witi an allowance erf f 16,000 far extras. Japan has at laat a newspaper li hlch tha aama type ia weed aa la auf Journals, It la called tha Romajl. Morocco baa no railroads, and prao tlcally no roada. A mall service exists between Fes and the leading towna on tha coast, auch aa Tangier, Tetuan, Kabat, Casablanca, Mogador and Saffl. Representative Kahn, of California, baa Introduced In congress a bill to provide for a world's fair In Ban Fran cisco In 1913, the 400th anniversary, of the discovery of the Pacific from the American continent. The exporta of oleomargarin from the United States for the 12 months of 1S0S show an Increase of 35.5 per cent, over the exports for 1904. The exporta of butter during the same period show an Increase of only 17.7 per rent The news that the Belfast and Northern Counties railway of Ireland has offered free traveling for ten years to proprietors...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 March 1906

WRITTEN IN RED By CM AS. HOWARD MONT AO VB AND C. W. DYAR -( CI jrtifebt, by Ths Caisell Publishing Co.) UIAPTER XII. CORTIHUED. "C'jA morning, gentlemen," was Ms Creellog. "And what do you think ol the news? No surprise to yo. I sup pose?" "What news'" questioned li chief Inspector, gruJ. "Why. tkr AMapse of Ntrtb & Atackhouse, V urn sure. What, hadn't you heard?" . The two officials were staring at ach other. "Where did you heap that, MendellT' Applebee asked. "Where? . Everywhere. It's all over town. Of course circumstances make everybody talk about it. All sorts of rumors are afloat as to the cause of It. Some say it wouldn't have occurred tut for North's death. Others say it bad to come anyway that it was only a matter of time. But, plague take it, that wasn't what I came for." "Quite so," said Applebee. "But, turning from gossip to business, whut's your report?" "Well, gentlemen," returned Men dell, briskly, opening his portfolio and extracting therefrom several papers, "I...

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

I UOIIEY TO LOAII On good real estate security at the lowest prevailing rates of interest and on the most favorable terms. " Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas, see us. Ell LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, Ho. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AIARCII 8, 190G. EX CONFEDERATES. Soldiers and Sailors Urged to Join Association. Jefferson City, Mo.. February 23 All ex- Confederate Soldiers and Sailors in Missouri: Comrades-The United Confederate Veterans' Association is strictly u social, lit erary, historical and benovolent organization, for the purpose of uniting all ex- Confederate soldiers und sailors with the ties of friend ship; to encourage the writing of narratives, memiors, histories of battle, episodes und occurrences of the war between the States fiom 18G1 to 1863: ty see that the dis abled are cared for: that a helping hand is exteuded to the needy und that the Confeder...

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

ouri Mes Volume 7, Mexico, Missouri MeirdT. l.5 190G. Number 20 Mexico Miss SAGE. is growing rapidly lately in member ship. Miss Lanra Brown of Thomp son will teach In the Fox district this rpring. Rev. John T. Mason, Mexico, has been chosen pastor of the Baptist chnrch at Troy. The Tribe of Ben Ilur of Mex ico had an addition of 17 new mem bers last week. The base ball enthusiasts opened "work" at the M. M. A. grounds in Mexico last week. It is said that the "Ping" train on the C. & A. will be put on again. Hope so, Flanagan. Charles Davis, colored, was fined two dollars and costs the other day in Jodge Bass' conrt for 'fighting. The town board of Wellsville has ordered that billiard and pool tables shall not be licensed to op erate in that city. The Mexico school teachers pe titioned the school board to elect Prof. L. B. Hawthorn Superinten dent, Proh D. A. McMillan de ceased. Timothy Clements, son of Mrs. Kate Clements of Mexico, who suf fered a crushed foot by the cars at Fr...

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

George Deports for Business THB TALE OF A SUBURBANITE By CHARLES BATTEU LOOMIS (Author cl '"Cheerful Americana' 'Mlnerinj's Manemra," fccj lOspTricU, m, kr Joaapk a aie. Cranfleld la a pretty little park-like hamlet about 30 mile out of New York on the New Jersey A Suburban road. . Not very far from tbe station on one iof the side streets is a smallish but comfortable white house, and In that white house with Its honeysuckle com pletely covering the walls lives George Harlls, his wife Eilen Harlls, and thetr two children, Harry and Eleanor, whose ages are somewhere between 8 and 12. George Is In business in New York, and he Is a good average American. Ellen, his wife, Is slight and pleas Ing-looklng, and mentally she Is more than a match for her well-meaning but Irascible husband. It is George's custom to take the 8:02 train for New York, and it Is that habit that is one of the causes of the three gray hairs in the head of Ellen, his wife. Behold the bedroom In which George and his ...

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. — 15 March 1906

III II -- UL ..Jrt' WRITTEN IN RED CU AS. HOWARD MONTAOVS AMD C. W. OTAR (Copyiijiht, by lb CuU fablUhuf C.) CHAPTER XIV. CONTIMUKDl. "Why, Kingman,- where have you kept yourself all this while? Sit down, sit down, and give an account of your elf." Mr. Thomas parried this Impetuous salutation and query with.- question . of his own. "An account of myself ?" he said, laughing. "Perhaps you think my time's my own. Did you never hear of tuch a thing as a journalist being sent out of town to do a given bit of work for his paper, John Lamm?" The detective nodded his head and looked at Thomas In a quizzical sort of a way. s ' "Oh, yes, Kingman. But they don't generally take a man off a murder mys tery case like this and send him out of town on some chance affair; at least they didn't do that when I knew the office' routine. Got a new editor down at your place?" . : ' "Nonsense, Lamm," answered Thom as, "ffmergencles may arise at any moment in a newspaper office. Ton know that well enough. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 March 1906

THE MESSAGE' j Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Elitor and Proprietor Enfred ti the Poitofflee at Meilco Mo., a tAcond-clRM matter. Ttrmt of HHbtcription: One year II. Of six Month K Thrr Month 2f THURSDAY, MAItCII 15, 190G ANNOUNCEMENTS. ' We (ire authorize to announce ft-" names of the fotloivimj as un dulates for the various offices of Audrain County, subject to the action of the. Democratic' Primary, April 7, 1900. County Clerk. TKIOE CUNNINGHAM E. 11. CARTEU Circuit Clerk. WILL II. MORKls MDNKY A. JAMLS C T. 1'EYTOX County Treasurer. NOBLE BARNES EDUR Til R ELK ELD County Collector. THOS. F. KOPEX County Recorder. j. n Stephen . n. widtxev ti. II. .MCCALL CLIFTON T. JESSE Representative. WALTER BERCII County Coroner. DR. PACL E. COIL Probate Judge. W. W. BOTTS Judge Western District. BAKER It ARSES . Presiding Justice. ;. it. MOOUK .1. V. SMITH Prosecuting Attorney. KM IN I). ORE A K Judge Eastern District. II. .li. 'A--'. "The Ruck Island crowd" now own the C. & A., it...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 March 1906

t THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, 61 ARC II 15, 1906. t HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Farber lias a comet hand, Mrs. "Pete" Bedell is very ill. Mrs. Lucy II. Dobyns is quite sick. Brace & Fox ire a new real en late firm in Mexico. Mrs. M. E. Ruloff of tliisT city Las been very ill of pleurisy while visiting: recently in St. Louis. Miss Maud Wallace and Mr. Ed. Williams, of Mexico, -will give a musical recital in Troy the 3rd -of April. N The Congressional committee met in Mexico yesterday and fixed the date of the primary for Con gressman in this county the same as the date of the county primary, April 7th; March 26th an interesting mock trial will be held between the mem bers of the Epworth League and Christian Endeavor Society of Mexico. It is a breach of promise case, it is said, aud oodles of fun are promised. The City Council has on its pas sage au ordinance to give the City Attorney $25 a month, the City Marshal $60 a month and the fees' for killing, burying and impound ing'dogs, and the ...

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. — 15 March 1906

YOII1GT0II GOSSIP ORDEAL THROUGH WHICH THIS ENGAGED ONES PASSED. LIKE A COUNTRY WEDDING M mm Orientals Enthusiastic Over Ameri can Soldiers and Their Fin Mounts Pretty Little In cident in the House. ASH1NGT0N. It will take Wash ington a long time to recover from the Longworth- Roosevelt wed ding. For days and weeks before that happy event little else was die cussed or thought of in social cir cles. It had been the subject of constant remark that the two principals in this great event conducted themselves bo modestly ana In a matter of fact manner. They were ubject to more scrutiny than would have been an engaged couple in a country village, but they acted as thouifh unconscious of the interest they were exciting. Just as in the vil lage the gossips discussed every move: word and act of the prospective bride and groom so in Washington the every dav llfo of Mr. Longworth and Miss Roosevelt was examined and every ten taken criticised or commented upon. Mr. Ionirworth was perhaps the mo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 March 1906

x m WRITTEN IN RED CHAS.HOWARO PtOKTAQTTB AHOC.W.9TAR t (Copyright, by The Ctwl) PabUsbiag Co.) CHAPTER XIH. CORTOTUKD. t aKi, bu, Bam joan umm to jumsoii, Mter his Informant ' Dad departed. K6i . a ... ... "That's how the wind blow, does it! (Well, It remalni for ma to find out who profits by North's death, and who by the failure.. ' Certainly It Is neither (Marion Stackhouse or Stella North." The detective was not aware of Paul North's little transaction In life lusor tance, and It Is not probable that -it would bare made much difference in its opinion if he had' been, i But John Lamm's attention was now taken by the arriral of his assistant' In company with a keen-eyed woman about flye-and-thlrty, modestly dressed. . "Ah, Miss Dallison! Good morning," aid the detective, cordially. "Are you engaged to day?". "Some U lnga on hand," she said, In fc brisk, Witness-like way, "but if it's Important " 1 Lamm Vaved his hand toward the Boor of his inner office, and the lady preceded -him ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 March 1906

l!HEY TO LOAII . i I - On good real estate security at the j lowest prevailing rates o! interest and on the most favorable terms. Residence property and vacant lots for sale in Mexico. Farms of all sizes for sale in Au drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in Ar kansas, see us. LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, flo. Game Market Closed. No bis same or game birds at present can be legally sold in the markets of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota or Missouri. At New York and San Francisco the sale of such game is restricted to water fowl: at Baltimore to deer, snipe plover and waterfowl; and at Philadelphia to doves, reedbirds, rail, shore birds and waterfowl. In the District of Columbia the sale season for deer, rnffed grouse, and wild turkeys is over. Boston, Chi cago and New Orleans are the only markets east of the Mississippi that are open to any considerable extent, and these are not witbont certain restrictions. WORCESTER. The house of Mrs. Wilkerson caught fire Friday ...

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. — 22 March 1906

Message o Volume 7. Mexico, Missouri March 22 1QOG. Number J31 Mexico Missouri 0. II. Martian, one of Bean Creeks excellent citizen, has moved to the vicinity of Tulip. X. P. Ball, well known in Mex ico, haa told his general merchau dise business in Auxvasse. F. L. Brnce and B. F. For, the new real estate firm, will shortly have rooms in the Brags building on Jefferson street. Audrain hunters, yon can hunt in your own county without pay ing license. That's what the St Louis Court of Appeals says. Several new rocking chai orana tha Indies' wnirinor rnnm i in Mexico. It is an innovation worth while. Rev. H. E. Stout, pastor of the Methodist church of Centralia, wel known in Mexico, has been chosen president of Howard Payne Uol lege at Fayette. Some of the farmers around Farber are figuring on tiling their land in order to drain it sufficient ly to get better results in yields from cultivation. There are now eight occupants at the King's Daughters' Home In this city. Miss Ann Dorrah of...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 March 1906

Hexico Missouri Message. OHH BBAL, Pabllsber. itEXICO till MISSOURI tp to a few years mo. It Is Mid, only Mm patents on umbrellas bad been Issued In the United States la ICO years. Statistics show that 140,000 chil dren In Belgium more than 13 per rent, of the population are without any education. Gesture language stll exists In Parts of Australia Some tribes poa eera so excellent a code that It Is almost am efficient as a spoken lan Cuage. The number of Japanese slain In the war between Rutsia and Japan waa 71,450, of whom 48,180 were killed outright In battle, 10.970 died of wounds, and 15,300 died of disease. A great fruit Industry has grown tip In Cape Colony and Natal, South Af rica, and American fruit and canning marchlncry, as well as general agri cultural machinery, will find a ready a!e there. It Is asserted by army surgeon that the expressions on the faces of soldiers killed In battle indicate the cause of death. There Is a look of repose on the faces of thoee who have per...

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