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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 November 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV 15, l'.KX) Mrs. J. J. Griflln, of tliis city, hns nn nrt olnws nt Vniulalia. Little Miss JInry l'luiii'iier, of this city, is quite ill of typhoid fe ver. "Uncle Mat" Aniull, living nenr Mexico, is very ill and not expect ed to recover. Adrian Ilageman sold 1-5 acres of land in this county to S. Huge man for $J,(HM). II. A. Ovcrbaugh, of Martins burg, and Miss Georgia .Shuinate, of Wellsville, have been licensed to wed. The KUjicrintcndciits and princi pals of town schools of the State hold a meeting in Jefferson City tomorrow. Jerry .Simpson declares the Mid-dle-of-the-lkoad Tops were the main cause of Bryan's defeat in Kansas. John Sallce, of this city, an employe of the Wabash, fell from a ear at High Hill last Sunday while setting a brake and broke his arm. Miss Anna l'attun, of this city, missionary to Japan, will sail from San Francisco next Tuesday and expects to reach her destination December 9th. The protracted services at the Mexico Southern Metho...

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 November 1900

THE MESSAGE Ttrmn of Subscription: One Yi-nr Six Month Tlin-o Month... t.. ....Wcrnts. ..;.' rent, THURSDAY. NOV 15, lfl(M) I The Shadow of a Doubt I By Currin R. Greenley (Copyrighted. 19u. Dnlty Story Tuli Co.) The brown waters were rippled Into golden waves that sang little lullabies, all their own, about the silvered roots of the sycamore. The two were In a little batteau. The beauty of the swamp was an old story not worthy of comment. Indeed, comment was not current coin, as the studied uncon sciousness of their faces betrayed. Janet could not forgive that direct accusation "Coquette." "I saw you. You allowed his kisses, and you daro not deny It." "Deny?" Her face yet burned with the memory of his tone. Perhaps it was not good form, but she tore his ring from her finger and flung It at hla feot. And then she was alone. Some one spoke her name halfway to the door. She turned, and then Jack An drews entered to claim his dance, The strains of that waltz yet lin gered, with a haunt...

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 November 1900

ssouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1900. NUMBER 3 Mexico Mi Now York State lind n fall two feet of Know lust week. of Tho "Jag-cure" law of Minne sota has been declared uneoiistitu tionnl. Joe Flory cays his late cam paign to be Governor of Missouri cost bim .V12G.3. A Central in girl asked a corset drummer wbnt lie was selling nnd lie replied, "Jewel eases." The coal miners at Terry are out on a strike. They want a raise in wages from H't to 91 cents a ton. Rhodes Clay will erect for him self a fine new law office on Jack son street, just east of W. V. Fry. It is promised that the rural mail delivery service is to be push ed by the coming session of Con gress. Robert Iliscy, of Mexico, bought a fcpan of fancy roadster horses of Tony Weeks for which he paid $430. State Superintendent of Schools, Prof. W. T. Carrington, delivers an address at Laddoniu tomorrow night. Walter Fritts had his collar bone broken the other day while at practice ...

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. — 22 November 1900

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the l'ostoftire at Mexico, Mo., an second -class matter. THURSDAY. NOV. 22, 1900 Mortgage Tax Again. The renl ostnte men of Kansas City and St. Louis arc said to lie organizing a fight against the eon stitutionul amendment recently adopted proposing the taxation of mortgage. We hope it will do them no good. That law is a just law, and has a righteous end. Up on this point the Uentialia Courier uaya: What right have the Shvlocks of the East to lend their money upon Western farms and avoid paying taxes on their investment? If there is such a thing as justice in this t rust-nil 1 ed, tarilT-ridden internnl-reveiiue-bled country it fihould be invoked to make the rich pay taxes on their ill-gotten gains. No more righteous law was ever proposed than the Third Con stitiitional Amendment. It is highly to the credit of the State that it was adopted. Now let be enforced to the letter. To a Finish. McKlM.KY is re...

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. — 22 November 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV 22, 1900 Byron linnis will pot the Mies saiie nt Unllnrtl, Wnsli. Hon. (.'hninti Clark orders the Mkssaok sent to him nt Washing ton, 1). C. Win. Nteflfens, the hardware man, is now located on the west nide of the square., I'rof. A. K. Ynncy is home from St. Louis where he took treatment for his health in the Mtiyfahl san itarium. The Kansas City Star says shoes Hindu in Jefferson City are worn regularly in many towns and cities of Urent Britain. City of Lftddoniu vs. Jennie Frazier and Eva I)illen'or is the title of n new ease tiled for trial in the Audrain Circuit. Court. I'ncensoral calilcjntins from Manila nssert that there is a mark ed increase in the activity of the ii;htiutf forces of the Filipinos. I'rof. J. It. Tate is tfoine; into the mercantile business in Mexico, lie has bought J. 15. Owens' stock of groceries and has taken possess ion. A convention meets in Chicago this week which proposes to dis pose of the tramp question by com pelling them t...

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. — 22 November 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. NOV 22, 1900 Terms of Sh htcripfion : One Year ti.on. Six Mon tlm V) cents. Thms Month -'.1 rent. Pepe, A Story of Porto Rico. Br Captain H. R. Lemly. When the American governor gen eral lsatied his famous order requir ing all children to be properly clothed In the atreet there was consternation In San Juan. Previous to our occu pation the lower or working classes had never thought of putting clothe upon a roung child, especially In the country; and as a result the island waa tilled with brown little Adams and Eve, without even the biblical fig-leaf to bide their nakedness. Porto Rico, you must know, Is near ly a thickly populated as Belgium, and many of the people are very poor. To some parent It was a positive hardship to clothe their numerous off spring, and, moreover. It was not con sidered necessary, because of the mild climate. The governor general, how ever, entertained other views. To bis military and somewhat stern eye the picturesquen a of the landsca...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 November 1900

- . t OUR THANKSGIVING NUMBER 77n ir l nnthlwj ' ioo" for oar milm-rllim, ht mr irrlimii) ii the MI'.SSAUI-: 0,1 ir,,, In fl't'ituril ItithilihU' it iikiiiiI nii llrmniili r: TUiit H i-hit iiml. In, i in n i.. Missouri Message inihlhli ii kimt iroifi $l.:nn yttir. I, lit in- mil II mi-I'liiu n.i'i. I'liiixr n il itmir ni liililifii: VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1Q00. Mexico NIJMRhD a Awnit iny its turn the wheat cuke A duck (if a wife sometimes makes a goose of a husband. Salt is now reported a dollar barrel higher tlian a vear ago. Some people will Imrrow and never pay liaek who are too honest to steal. The girl who wins the love of a Hood man makes a lucky hit and is herself a lucky miss. A ear load of insane negro sol diers was received at the Wash ington asylum a few davs ago. The Belgian hare for Thanks giving dinner today will save a few turkey necks lliruoitt the country. A lialiy is like a crop of wheat. It. is first cradled, then threshed,...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 November 1900

Hlexlco Missouri Message John Bcal, Publisher. MKXtco M issue K i A word to the wist, may lie auiticimit. but he Is sometimes wiser who doesn't speak It. A goodly portion of what the worLl calls good luck Is composed of ninety nine parts of ambition and one part of talent. W. K. Vanderbllt has given Kissam hall to the university at Nashville, but as It is a coeducational Institution the boys probably had not waited foi that. At present the greatest distance over which electrical power Is being transmitted by wlro Is eighty-five miles, being carried from a waterfall at Redlands, Cal., to the city of Los Angeies w run a street railway, to light the city and to furnish power for several municipal undertakings. The plant was set up In 1S97. It has a capacity of 4,000 horse-power and 3,300 volts. By & recent postofflce regulation In France, It Is decreed to be a serious offense for a postoffloe employe to read what la written on the back of post cards a very excellent order. Hut by a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 November 1900

The youngest T. T. Rot. Morgan Wood, pastor of tho old and fashionable Plymouth Congrega tional church of Cleveland, O , Is mak ing a phenomenal record In tho theo logical world. Although but 3:1 years old, he has been honored with the du greo of Doctor of 1 )l viiiit y the young est man In Hip country to havo receiv ed Bitch un honor and has made a national reputation as a lecturer. Rev. Morgan Wood Is the run of Kev. E. M. Wood, a Methodist minister, of Pitts burg. Pa. He reci ived his education In the public schools and high school of thai city, where he had un extraor dinary record for brightness. After ward he attenrlcd Mt. fulfill College aud Vale and Boston universities. Ilia REV. MORGAN WOOD, D. D. rhnrges have always been successful, or Dr. Wood's personal magnetism has endeared him to his congregations. Ha has had churches In New Orleans, La.; Rhxiniingion, III.; Detroit, Mich.; Toronto, Can., besides his present charge. Much of his time is In de mand in popular lecture co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 November 1900

THE MESSAGE Published Kvcry Tliurwiuy. John Betil, Editor mid Proprietor. Entered at the lNnttcillIri nt Mexico, Mo., as second -class mutter. THURSDAY. NOV. 2!, 1J(M) The House Beautiful. How ninny public school pupils arc seen today, even ns of yore, with hollow chests, drooping shoulders nndnwkwnrd Kitf Ver- ilv. this should not be. They me progressing well, so to speak, in their studies, that is, the mind is beiuir trained, every effort is made by earnest teachers to devel op the mental faculties; but the body, the should-be House llenuti ful, the dwelling place of the im mortal mind, is left to shamble along as best it may, weak and growing weaker and reflecting this weakness upon the faculties which teachers arc making such efforts to train. We all know these things are too true. V by. when our schools prepare a little entertain ment for the public, the first thing considered is drills, motion songs, calisthenics, and so on, by the little ones because they "always take". Now t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 November 1900

THE MESSAGE TIU'KSDAY. NOV -J'.i. l!n;o MeKinh-y in his message will urge tlmt, t lie army be increased to 1110,(101) men . !corge Kobertson, if this city, litis severed his connection as lit tornev for tin1 Walmsli railroad. I'liiou Thanksgiving services will l.c liclil lit tin- Mexico Uaptist church at 1 : : today. Ucv. W. A. llaiinii will )rcai-li the sermon. Tin if have been m ar fifty ad dition! to tin- Mi-xii-o I.uptist church since the revival now in progress opened aliout two weeks since. K. X. West, of mar Champ, left last week for Fort Collins, Colorado, where he will remain for .some time for the benefit of his health. The Maeon and .Mexico football teams contested at the grounds of the former Monday and Mexico "got lefl," Maeon scoring 11, Mexico (I. Will Continue to Crow. The 11. r.ild-IV-t, of Mokane, Mo., throws lis tlie following bo ill' t : The Missouri Misaci:, pub lished at Mexico, is "going on" two years old. The Mi:ssa;i: is a healthy youngster mid under the car...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 November 1900

Oood l.rnkn Hln-lrnnro. As a class, women regard good looks as their most valuable asset In life, yet if they nro to engage In business they find that beauty Is a handicap they cannot easily overcome. A few years ago, when woman began to enter busi ness life In considerable numbers, a handsome face was esteemed a great advantage. Today the reverse Is true. Those still youthful can remember dis tinctly when It was next to impossible for a homely girl to get a situation. Oood looks were insisted upon In type wrltera and stenographer, and nicr ehants were then under the Impres sion that pretty clerks brought trails. It took some time to explode that Idea. The pretty clerks certainly attracted crowds to their counters, but they wero crowds of dudes nnd loafers, who would buy a five-cent paper of pins and then flirt away three or four dol lars' worth of time, while the women, who constitute four-fifths of the pa trons of all retail houses, had a strong aversion to being waited upon by a ...

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. — 29 November 1900

Thar Ktvar Blear). Thr are several species of fish, rep tiles and tmcctt which never sleep dur ing their star In this world. Amnn; fish It Is now positively known that pike, salmon and goldfish never sleep at all. Also that there are several others of the fish family th.it never sleep more than a few minute during a month. There are dozens of specie of flies which never Indulae in slum ber, and from three to five species of serpents which the naturalist hae never yet been able to catch napping. , ! ttm H m t ihf fnt'tf for dri-isluf I the hair an. I true wtua lm iirp sml t r. ltiijBac'Hss, ilia Win cure l-.r -rn.. ISl Li. ( Rare Olil Coin Una; I p. In an unusual find of valuable rolna and trophies, dug up In Hungary by a plowman, the prise piece was a gold roln of the ninth century, bearing the bust and name of King ottokar of Hnhemla. Many other specimen of that century' mintiiiKS were found, all In fair state of preservation. Stats or Ohio, fiTT nr Toledo, i I.l'i 'A lot K i t, i ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 November 1900

THE MESSAGE In The Kabrich Building. Terms of Subscription: One. Year fi.m. Nil Months .vi cents. Tli mo Moiitlis :, ei-nts. THURSDAY. NOV 2!), 19(H) Maude Sefton was furious with Jack Hamilton tor his absurd conduct of the night before. "It's easy to see, my dear, how and why she has taken society by storm. 1 wonder If Jack Hamilton had met her before? His attentions were en tirely too conspicuous," said Julie. "He knew her before. Where could they have met?" she repeated mus ingly. Maude Sefton bit her lips and a gleam of distressed anger flashed from her handsome eyes. There was a ring at the hall door, and Julie's answering flush empha sized sufficiently who the caller must be. "Tell us about the beautiful mys tery," Mrs. Sefton said, going forward with outstretched hands. "Julie and I arc dying to know If she ever had a flower stand, as some say, on Broad way," "Shall I tell you how she has lived?" he asked after a pause, controlling hlniBclf and his voice with difficulty. "She...

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. — 6 December 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 6, 1900. NUMBER 5 Mexico lwid 51 street lights. To help the city treasury 41 have been put out. John Wilkinson, of nenr Wor cester, has been taken to the in Bune asylum at Fulton. The Baptists at Central in closed 1 ft revival meeting last week with thirty additions to the Church. Miss Stella Harper, of this city, will lie married the 2flh of this month to Mr. J. F. Brown, of Clinton. A Chicago man the other day lost his life in saving a woman's. He was tramped to death by a runawav team. A Callaway county man sold 100 head of yearling mules to a Mexico man the other day at the rate of $100 per head. A New York preacher dee!:' ! that the nation is weakened by tin love of money and that too inuey Americans make wealth their god. Rev. Sam Taylor, pastor of the Baptist church at Centralia, lias resigned. His work as president of Stephens College at Columbia requires all his time. The Kemper College foo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 December 1900

0 . rarr message Published Evi-ry Thursiluy. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Kntcrcd ut the Pustofllec lit Mexico, Mo., it second -class matter. THURSDAY. DEC. C, 15)00 Clay's Position Again. The opponents to the Third Constitutional Amendment nrc getting no eonsohttion from any source. The Jefferson City Tribune reviews Hon. Rhodes Clay's posi tion regarding this amendment, and alter mentioning tlie fact that a Mexico paper asked Mr. Clay to oppose any legislation needed to make the amendment effective and Mr. Clay emphatically declining, the Tribune editorially adds: Mr. Clay points out the fact that the opposition to the enforcement of the amendment comes chiefly from the money-lending classes and their agencies. lie asserts that 'the associated hanks of this State sent to every hank and every town, city and village in this State cir culars to he distributed about the voting precincts on election day foi no other purpose than to de ceive the voters into voting against this amen...

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. — 6 December 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. DKC (i, liMK) Christmas less tlmn three weeks off. Hop Kemp lias n position at Ma eon City. The Salvation army has suspend ed operations in Mexico. New York bankers dismiss clerks whom they find addicted to the "sporting haliit." Kev. .T. V. Young, colored, of the 1'aptist Church, died in tliis city Monday of pneumonia. The Mexico "jail liirds" who es caped last week have not returned nor have they liccn heard from. Kev. K. M. Deane mid wife are on a visit in the Kustcru States. Kev. Deane is hoping for the bet terment of his health. Mr. Huliert Ilalley, a substantial merchant at Long Dranch, and Miss Pcultih Fox, of Callaway county, were married yesterday. (rent interest is centering in the Christian Church revival meeting being held in Mexico. Large con gregations ami additions to the church nearly every night. The jubilee singers, on fourth page of this paper, are connected with the Mexico Lyceum course, of which 11. L. Uieklcy and Clar ence Darnes are the m...

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. — 6 December 1900

THE MESSAGE InThe Kabrlch Building. Terms of Suburriplion: Onn Year tl.w. Nil Month Ml ri'tit. Three Month -" cent. THURSDAY. DEO 0, 1900 BRYAN TELLS if WHY HE LOST. New York, Nov. 2!). In nn art icle contributed to the December North American Review William J. Urynn Rives the causes for bis defeat and its influence upon the future. The article is called, "The Election of 19(H)." Mr. Hrynn's first reason for his defeat is that the Republicans had a large cam paign fund. He recognizes the legitimate use of money in a cam paign, and says that while the Re publicans had plenty the Demo crats had little. His next observ ation is that the Republicans were ablo to get passes on which to send voters to their homes. The Democrats didn't'hnve these and lie thinks some congressional dis tricts were thereby lost. Then he suggests colonization and the pur chase of votes as two possible fact ors in his defeat, but hi admits that it is impossible even for him to calculate their effect. Another ad...

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. — 13 December 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 1900. NUMBER 6 Tin1 Legislature will meet Janu my 2. ( lovernoi-elect Dockcry will inaugurated January 14. 1... It is observed that ni shouldn't condemn n boy because lie is green give lii iti a chance to ripen. U. C. Carter, of Molino neigh borhood, lias moved to (Yntralia. He orders liis M Kss.viK sent to liim at his Hew address. V. 11. Douglass, of this city, showed the Mkssauk a Libert y , Va., paper the other day with the date Friday, Sept. :t. ls.'.S. One of the prominent advertisements was an aueiion of '2 negroes. Wellington J)awes, of I'hct, Montana, has lieeti visiting: rela tives in Mexico, this his former home. Mr. Dawes came thru from I'bet on horseback, ami was about two mouths making the journey. The newly elected Managers of Mexico Modern Woodmen Camp are: For three year term, V. A. Sannebeck; one year, J. W. iTuukett. J. 1). Pratt is serving the two year term by appoint ment. J....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 December 1900

THE MESASCE Published Every Thursday. John Beiil, Editor and Proprietor. Kntcred Ht the Piistotlice at .Mexico. Mo., us second -class mattiT. THURSDAY. DEC. 1!0 Direct Legislation. In answer to the objection that thi' Swiss system of "Direct Leg islation" eould not he xueeessfully applied in a country as larc as the United States, the Medical World, of Philadelphia, has the following to say: On the same ballot bearing the names of the candidates, iiestins could bo submitted for direct vote, ns follows: "Shall the Philippines be treated the same ns Culm Yes No. "Shall the tariff be removed from articles made by trusts! Yes No. "Shall I'. S. Senators lie elected by direct vote of the people? Yes No. "Shall the free and unlimited coinage of silver at Hi to 1 be im mediately adopted? Yes No. "Shall government paper money (greenbacks) be destroyed and re placed by bank notes? Yes No. "The vote on the questions sub mitted would be imperative in structions to the candidates elect ed; and t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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