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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1906

:&. wl tbte thas it fM qufw oarx Ms logical to pre-umw from that tMt WRITTEN IN RED Sir : ." CH AS. HOWARD MONT AO WB AHOC.W.DYAR ( Cepyiiflbt, by The Cauell Fsbliihiug Co.) CHAPTER XVI. Co5Tisuw. Lamm came and placed his hand soft ly on the reporter's shoulder. "You don't Imagine, Thomas," ho questioned below his breath, "that she had been secretly marrltd to this man Getridge previous to bis departure tor Australia?" "What an - Idea!" crted Thomas, amused.. "You seem anxious to give her a monomania on the marriage question, If married already to Fetrldge what earthly reaBon could Induce her to mar ry St ackhouse? It seems to me that you tiave got a complication there not likely to arise In any well-regulated family." "Perhaps. But J'v gone far enough tn th-ts case to know that there Is some fhlnr different hehlr.i1 It than Anvthlnff I ever wet with In all my life before But to go on. ' Of course Stella Is t right- ened'ts death, by Marlon's reference to the grave, and 'refrain...

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. — 5 April 1906

1 UOIIEY TO LOAII I fl On good real estate security at the 0 lowest prevailing 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 the Pan Handle, Texas, see us. LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, Mo. WALKER. The Message is much appreciat ed by its many readers dowu this way. Farmers in thin vicinity are running scarce of rough food for stock, due to prolonged winter. Many changes have been made in aud around this neighborhood recently. The place occupied by Ii. Hubbnrdfor the last two years, known as the Tom Robnett place, is now occupied by George Max well and family; place known as the Ben Fry place, was sold last year lo an Illinois gentleman named Reynolds, Mr- R. has moved to his new home where he intends to remain; place known as Mrs A. Sullivan's farm, occupied last year by John Bethel, is now occupied by Judge Payton; a gen tleman from Iowa is living o...

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. — 12 April 1906

IIAIB HISTORICAL Ko Mexico . Missouri Messag Volume 7. Mexico, Missouri, AjDril 12, 1906. Number 24 11 Centralia has voted in favor of paving her steets. T. EL. Culbertson is on a business trip of Thompson in Colorado. Miss Lou Jesse is spring term of school son. teaching: a at Thorop- C. C. Heizer of Mexico expects to move back to his farm near Perry about June 1st. George Cooper of Centralia is then ew section foreman of the C. & A. at Thompson. Mrs. J. C. Miller, near Molino, has taken a little girl to raise from an orphans' home in St. Louis. E. P. Mathews, the new ticket agent for the C. & A. in Mexico, moved his family here from Louis iana last week. The C. & A. isdumpiug dirt just north of the old station site. Will fill up part of "Flat Rock" coun try and make track extensions. Mrs. Charles Byars, south of Benton City, died last Friday morning. Deceased was aged about twenty years. The inter ment was at Seed Tick cbnrch. A Sunday school has been or ganised at Tho...

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. — 12 April 1906

Ill THE METROPOLIS SUDDEN ACCESS Or POPULAR ITY OF STTJYVESANT FISH. UNUSUAL ORDER OF MAN. Bustnese Responsibilities Do Not Overbear Him Pleas Against In surance Reform Instance Where Modern Journalism Lost. HE interesting fight In the New York legislature over insurance has resolved itself Into a struggle between the fe big companies that are controlled by Wall street In fluences and by politicians and 60 or more Rmaller ones that are run by Insurance men. The Armstrong committee is naturally opposed by the former and favored by the latter group. Reputations are made as well as lost by the Insurance revelations. Both wnators from New York and the chairman of the Republican commit tee are smirched. The present gov ernor is personally free of reproach, but is blamed for a jelly-fish-like re fusal to turn out incompetent officials who have political barking. Peabody. tne new president of the Mutual com puny, emerges from the obscurity of an agent of the Astor estate to a bright white ...

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. — 12 April 1906

DETERMINATION. Btan'ln' roun' de comer . ' . An' coinplalnln' of his luck He's 'bout de moa' unfortunate Of any cam l's struck. It aln' because he's gone keen broke 1's sympathixln' so. It's 'cause he jes stan's roun' an' kicks, Instld o' shovelln' snow. Of co'se some fus' class people fin's Dat Fortune gwlna to frown. , But disposition Is de thing - Cat hoi's folks up or down. ' De man dat works kin rise again, In spite of any blow. But dar's no chance for dem dat kicks Instld o' shovelln' snow. Washington Star. THE PRINCESS WAITS By JEAN COURTENAY (Oopyrlefet, MM, by Jixepk B. Bowl.,.) ' It was a yeljow room, her sanctum, nd seemed to bold eternal sunshine. It was at the top of the great town bouse, and extended right through the building from east to west. Wide case merit windows with deep window seat opened out, on the east, to the park; to that you looked away Into green ness and space, and missed the traffic tfcat surged In the roadway beneath. The walls were hung with old yel...

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. — 12 April 1906

THE MESSAGE Publish! Every Thursday. ! MWBB! L-IMgPRl UM John Beal. Bditor and Proprietor Entered at th Poslofflce at Mexico Mo., at second-class matter. , Term of Hubscripliont One year fcl.ot Mi Months.... S4 Thtiw Month 11 THURSDAY, APRIL 12 1906 IJRINU your tin horses to ico April 14 Mex- Some boy on the street in Mexico thru I he week who it would reera should he in school. How ubout that compulsory education luw? IIo.v. G. V. Dattciton's littli Hpceeli at the convention Inst Mon day raised a mighty acclaim for Hryau and Folk. Mr. Uatterton thinks this team, as notuiticcs for Prcsidcut aud Vice-president, re spectively, would sweep the coun try. The Chicago & Alton railroad will rnise the pay of its section men. Also native men will be give preference to foreigner. This to get better service the quality of work of a native being valued at about three times that of a for eigner. The "Missouri mule" is to re ceive greater recognition by the mauugemeul of the State Fair. The i...

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. — 12 April 1906

THE MESSAGE' THURSDAY, APRIL 12. 1906. t HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Mrs. Joseph Stephens of Hattou moved to Mexico (bin week. R. U. Browu will open his new grocery in the Bragg building this week. . Miss Callie Hosser of Rush II ill baa a business position at Okla homa City, Oklahoma. Rev. C. C. Selecman of this city will address the graduating class of the New London public school May 1st. The Mexico public schools close Saturday, May 26. There will be 26 graduates, and only five boys in the lot. A Mexico friend sends the Mes sage to P. A. Lundy at Rock Is land, Texas. Mr. Lundy former ly lived south of Mexico. Ine district parsonage of the M. E. church, Sonth, is to be lo cated in Mexico. Rev. A. C. Browning has the matter in hand. The revival meeting at the Mex ico Methodist church will be begun May 7th. As the Message has stated before a St. Louis pastor will assist. E. W. Morris at Modesto, Cali fornia, reads the Messaoe for a year. He is a Bon of P. M. Mor ris of Mexico and Mrs. ...

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. — 12 April 1906

Mexico Hissonri Message. JOHM BEAL, FablUhwr. Missouri UXXIOO ft There are no paupers in Servia. Even the poorest people succeed to establishing homes, and roost own them. California's state library has been placed nnder civil service mles. It Is the first department of the state gor eminent to which those rules have been applied. Cyclists in Roumanla are forced by the "authorities to have their name and address, not only on the frame of their machine, but also on the lamp glass, so that it may he read at night The medical officer of health report to the Galway l.'rban council a case ol overcrowding. It consists of one room 'and a kitchen, that are occupied by 14 adults of both sexes, a baby, two dogs and two donkeys. Two women, in lighting a picnic Are on the slope of Waterman mountain, San Bernardino county, Cal., the other dav. discovered asphaltum deposits. A rush followed, 20,000 acres have been located, and an oil boom la In progress. A new disease has developed In civ- filiat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 April 1906

t WRITTEN IN RED By CUAB. HOWARD MONTAOW AND C. W. DYAR (Copyright, by The CtiMll Publishing Co.) CHAPTER XVI. Continued. Why, that girl was meant for tue pen air and the sunshine, to sing, to love, to be uappy, he thought. It is an Incongruous hardship that a trag edy like this sbuld come Into her life. She is as out of place as a gay oubrette in' the family of Lady Mac beth! But when she spoke, when, encour aged by the ready tact of nomas, she as led to take part In -ne pleasant onversation that ensued-'i "homes had expressly stipulated that '. reference hould be made to the (Agedy why, then John Lamm could not restrain bis honest admiration and his cordial sympathy. A creature at once so frank, so free, so shy and so bold, so modest and so reckless. In a breath, vas enough to disarm the most severe cf critics. And, the detective pro nounced her the beau Ideal of an Inno cent, mischievous, light-hearted girl, not too shallow to love, but altogether too sunny to hate. But, more tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 April 1906

vy L1U1IDI 1U iiUiUI A On good real estate security at the lowest prevailing rates of interest and on the most favorable terras.' 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 the Pan Handle, Texas, see us. rii pi U u 14 k LAKENAN & BARNES, Mexico, Mo. a "Constitution or No Constitution." Chicago, April 4. The Trib une's YV (Islington correspondent sh.Vb: "It n serioiiH tliint; to pay, and yet I believe I am justified in saying it, that if the strike of tin? bituminns and anthracite miners is permitted to continue to the poiut where the piled up stocks of both kinds ot coal are practically exhausted, so as to produce a pa ralysis of industrial operations, the Government of the United States, either through the President or Congress, or both, will take ac tion in the interest of the people, Constitution ot uo Constitution. "That is the feeling here among men who ordinarily are co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 April 1906

Mexico M Suppl essage erne MEXICO, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1906. No. 24. el 7 THE OFFICIAL VOTE OF AUDRAIN COUNTY. SATURDAY, APRIL '7,- 1906. CANDIDATES nr I MEXICO. Salt River Twp. Saling Twp. Wilson Twp. Loutre Twp. Prairie Twp. Linn Twp. Culvre Twp. "IF jjf .'III! i I It I IP tfr Ff r ? P f illlglt:r?rrFffilfl9l5Fpirf I It&gSl Sfti-f I ?If ? i-f l!f rlrfl i- T e' ; s " - H ?r i t-1 'S.1- 5" r - s.- b.s - ' Xeroses - - 2 ' ' : : i- : ft? o p r s & S Z : ' " ? f t: : : -. : f 3 : 3 J: : : : : : ; : (: : T ? o ' 8 : : : : aj Ofi i i ! : : k I i f: & : fiT T? : i ? : : : 2 f T ? i 2: : : : : : : Jud-?s of Huptvme Court: A. M. Woodson. . - Siais Svpt. of Sdiools : n. A. Gass IZy, nnd Warehouse Com: XL. . Oglesijy ....... CknWftr- iiUanap Cl&rk.; . . . -'... Congressional V(nWH'.tze ! "J. A. Gotbrie....... J. O. TerrlU cpncnta!ix : Walter Eurch... V.... d vvr - . Tios. F. Eodeal..... 17. E. Jo oes J. Eoi-d Davis. Trice Jotasoii......... IrOfnitti Atymiey : Jofca D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 April 1906

STATE mSTOV.XCAL Hi.tf Mexico Mis age. Voltime 7, IVezjcico, MLifmoxxtrl, April 1Q, 190G. Number ;25 Mess souri Measles in 4he family of Bruce Icenogle at Bentou City. Miss Celia Kennedy of Perry is attending school in Mexico. Joseph Luckenhof of Westpha lia, Mo., has located at Martins-burg.- v. Albert Kempson and wife, south of Mexico, have moved to Ken tucky. Rev. R. VV. Howerton, we un derstand, is to establish a newspa per at Santa Fe. J. N. Moran. formerly of this county, now of St. Charles, re news for the Message. August Bet tele, near Martins burg, while dragging the roads re cently, sustained a broken leg. G. M. Price lias resigned as the cashier of the Farbcr Bank. J. D. Sutton has been elected in his place. W. Hardin Sims, southwest of Gant, was over at Mexico last Sat urday. Hels a jolly good fellow the Message was glad to make his acquaintance. The little 5-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powell of St. Louis died recently of whoop ing cough and was shipped to B...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 April 1906

OH HOME QUARRELS ItEJffBMBER XT TAXES TWO TO MAKE A QUAE.BEL. "I nave Knm Families Who Were Merer Happy Wltn Separated, Though Always Wretched When Together" Entire Agreement Im- . possible In Any Home Friction of Right Kind Tend to Develop ment of Highest Type Obstinacy a. Firmness "Be Patient 'with the Living." BT MARGARET B. 8ANCBTER. An old Spanish proverb runs to the effect that it takes two to make a quarrel; one can always end It. This Is equivalent to saying that one of two who are contending wljl have suffi cient self restraint and kindness of lieart to forego the privilege of the last word. In the family as nowhere else on earth, wills and temperaments re in danger of clashing, and people Iwlng sure of mutual affection, ex press their minds with a candor that may wound the sensitive and leave nncomfortable memories. I have known families who were never happy VAhen separated, though they were al ways wretched when together. Incom patibility of disposition may work dis aster...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 April 1906

FOUL BLOT UPON : MISSOURI SHIELD THREE NEQR0E3 HANGED ANL BURNED AT SPRINGFIELD.' THE MOB SPIRIT RAM PAN! All Three ( tae Victims Were A eased of Foal Crimes, Bat li Neither Case Had the Charge Beea Prorti. Springfield, Mo., April 16. At 2 o'ckk SunAiy morning William Allen a young negro, was taken from th county jail here and lynched In the pub Ho square by the same mob that, twi hours earlier, had hanged Horace Dun can and James Copeland. The body Allen later was burned, as had beei those of the other negroes, beneath the spot where they had been, lynched. Mob Tainted For More. Following the dispatch of Duncan ani Copeland, some one suggested that. Al- . len ana uus Cain, two other negroes known to be In the jail, should also b lynched. The mob, now bloodthirstj and wrought up to the highest pitch ot excitement, readily took up the cry, and soon the charred bones of a third vlo tlm lay bem-ath the statue of the God' dess of Liberty. Cain escaped. The Alleged Crimea. Allen and Cain...

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. — 19 April 1906

' ' .... ' . ".' THE MESSAGE PublifuVd Every Tburndajr. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor EnUr4 at the Postofilc at kUilco Uo., m ooiid-elass matUr. Termi of tjubtcrijitioni On yaar M.Ol Mt Montbi K Tlinxi Month THOUSIMY. AI'IIIIj 1!) 1!MHJ Whisky mixed up villi anarch istn nnd JawbrcukerH HheniKilveH ciuied Unit molt nt Spriiiffllcltl I wt Hnlunhiv night, livery hood lum of tlietiKi-lnHild Ik: brought to justice. Thi-y have dicgrnccd the whole .Slate. AUDRAIN'S PRODUCE. Lrs ia Eggs, But the House wives Have Learned That It Pays Better to SI lp the Live or Dressed Poultry. ROAD OVERSEERS. lected April 7 But Who Have Yet Qualified. Diet. 1 W. K. NiEiiKixtiiiAra wouldn't jjo lo a public dinner given by bis putty in .St. Louis because his old political opponent, It. ('. Kerens, was ulso invited. Hard straits for the Kcptiblienus m this Stulu if they are coming to Hie point when they will not eat with each other. liliYAN wan the lion with the K.C Democratic picas meeting Inst week. liver...

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. — 19 April 1906

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 19. l'JOO Work was commenced on ,ncw fair grounds last week. (lie All I he Mexico churches hud special Easter services lust Sun day. Robert Wil!ingh,im is in juiL on the charge of pel it larceny from Win. Kemper. A little child of Mr. and Airs. Uodgers has been seriously afflict ed with chicken pox. The Mexico Roller Custom Mills has made voluntnry assignmeut. J. (.!. Moudny has been appointed re eicver. The Christian College base ball team and the Missouri Military Academy team play a gams in Mexico today. Luke Morris goes to Texas for, the benefit of his health. Wo cer tainly hope he may be able to re turn soon fully recovered. Dr. S. C. Adams, a 6on of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Adams of Mex ico, a few days ago was nominated by the Democrats for coroner of Randolph county. ' The Mexico Christian church Sunday school attendance was over 300 Sunday and there was a collection of $08.70 for the -Or-phans' liome in St. Louis. The Message was pleased to make the acq...

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. — 19 April 1906

Ilexico Hissonri Message. JOHN BEAU PsbltahM. MEXICO tint MISSOURI Telephones are being much used In targe, coal mines. In some cases where the galleries penetrate far from the shaft or mouth of the mine the telephone systems are quite elabor ate and extensive. The Germans spend on drink 1m rear about $700.000,0000, which Is three times the cost-of the army and navy combined, or seven times the cost of primary education to the coun try, end almost equals the national debt. The British government stands tn lose Its naval reserve unless It changes recent regulations, which require 28 consecutive days' service at sea on n battleship each year. As moBt of the men are engaged In liners and other sea-going vessels, this gives them the choice of leaving the reserve or losing their ships. Hon. Frederick Holbrook, of . Ver mont, who recently passed his 93d birthday. Is the only one of the fa mous "war governors" now surviving. He stood with Govs. Curtln, of Penn sylvania, and Andrew, of Mass...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 April 1906

WRITTEN IN RED C Ml AS. HO WARD MONTAGUS AND C. Vf. DYAR (Copyright fcy Xfaa CumII PubluliUi Co.) CHAPTER XVIII. COHTIRUKD. "Oh! my dear Mr. Policeman," said Aunt Comfort, hastening to open a lit tle reticule which she carried at her aide, aa soon aa her eyes fell on the inspector's portly form. ,"Oh! my dear Mr. Policeman If you are the proper man yes, thapk you I have found the most awful thing In the house, and, though -Mm. Stackhouse said It .-was all nonsenea, I could not rest till r had brought it to you." " "You come from Mr. North's, I be lieve?" said the inspector. "You were us sister-in-law?" Yea, tateed, sir; poor man! ..And to thin (flat he should have such frightful oVamunicAtions aa this sent him, km shduld keep them a se- ilet frcm everybody In the house, vhen his own wile's sister but It is l.st like him! He was so thoughtful f everybody except himself." She had already excitedly thrust in the inspector's hand an envelope, of which the seal was broken. A glance showe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 April 1906

I LIOIIEY TO LOAN I 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 drain and adjoining counties. If you desire cheap lands in the Pan Handle, Texas, see us. LAKENAf) & BARNES, Mexico, Mo. 1 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 19. IMC. Our Unfair State Laws. The following, from the Colum bia Herald, is going the rounds of the State press: "Tax laws which iu actual en forcement compel any citizen to bear a larger share of the burden of the government than is justly his share are iniquitous laws. Un der the preseut system in Missouri, if A puts $1000 in bank stock. B the same amount in laud and 0 holds the same amount in money. A is called upon to pay taxes upon $350, B upon about $335 and C upon $1000. The unfairness of such a system is manifest. Agaiu, under the present system, if B builds a house upon money borrowed from A, both A and B are comp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 April 1906

8TAIE HISTORICAL RuO Mexico Missouri Mes SAGE Volume 7. Mexico, JvXissaou.i-i, A.jp:ril 26, 1906. Number 26 i f HAPPENED AND BAPPEW1NC. W. Latney Barnes was down at Ainarilla, Texas, on business last week. MisslCarrie Baker opened school in the Sun Rise district, near Ben ton City, last week. "Uncle" John Tompkins, who Buffered a stroke of paralysis some time ago, is getting alright again. Mrs. James Squires of Mexico isthe guest of her sister. Mrs. Howard Arthur, at Dallas, Texas. A telephone line from Sham rock, jn Callaway county, to Mar tinsbnrg is in course of construc tion. "Uncle Alex" Davis, near Thompson, is getting to be him self again since a hard spell of sickness this winter. Warren Harper of Mexico was down recently near Middletown looking after his farm in thnt midst. Seven more new boxes put in on the Baker telephone line, south of Benton City, last week. This line was built only recently. It is gaining patrons rapidly. A. D. Ridgeway, 83 years old, died at his home ...

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