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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 13 December 1900

i v THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. DIU' in, 1mh Dorn, to Mr. nul Mrs. Dowers, a daughter. Fdwaril Calves arc reported living of blackleg in Tulip neighborhood. The Modern Woodmen county convention meets in Mexico Janu ary H. P. Dawson, in Tulip vicinity, lias five eases of typlioid fever in his family. . R. A. Hoyd, in Champ neigh borhood, is feeding a line drove of cattle for the market. Tin1 Mexico Stove Lining Fac tory is mid i iu' a new kiln and making other improvements. C. M. Clay, a law student in the Virginia University, is at his home iu Mexico to spend the holidays. Master Robert I look, who has been seriously sick for ten days, at last reports was much improved. There was a small wreck on the C. & A. at Laddonia last Sunday, caused by the spreading of a Hon. ("has. F. Stokes, of city, delivered two temperance this , 1 dresses last Week at Mt. Carmel, iu eastern Aiidniiu. C. A. Davault, late census sii- niciit showed live city prisoners, pel visor of this district is u eandi-: ...

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. — 13 December 1900

V THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MX VI, 1000 InTheKabrlch Building. Term of Si(lmcriitiin: One Vi-nr Il.wi. Nil Motitli Ml cciils. liH-i! MotitliH '-'.") cents. Washington State. Mexico' neconiiiiodntititf union (station ntfont, Mr. Wilson, hands the Messauk tin following short letter received ly him: Hallnrd, Wash., Nov. '!, Mr. E. S. Wilson, Mexico, Mo. Dear Sir: Our party reached .Seattle Inst Saturday. Had a safe nnd pleasant trip ami are well pleased with this place. This Thanksgiving morning is simply perfect. The nir is warm. soft nnd lialiny and hulcn with the per fume of the cedar and fir. Every thing is on the go, and you have to stand aside or get. run over. We see more gold coin here in out day than we see in old Missouri in a year. Seattle seems crowded and overrun with people from every land nnd dime. Hut there is work here for all that want to work. The lumlier industry of this place is imiiK'tisc, and a visit to the saw mills here at Hiillurd simply staggers a "tenderfoot." 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. — 20 December 1900

OUR CHRISTMAS NUMBER Tlicrc lit imthltitj tun (ixnf fur uur nilwrllirr, hmre n c hit ml yuit the MESSAUK fhN uiiU In rrciiHtil Uxhmhlc Itn iikiiiiI lzc. Mexico Missouri Message Hi lunula r; VVntf in hit iriuhlini ''' I'll fmrtl to j imlillsh ii Hiwr nurth $1. 'm ii innr. Imt n r rl It fur H.im. I'liiixc ti ll iimtr nrhjhlmr. VOLUME II. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 20, 1900. NUMBER 7 Cnrrnlton officials went after the slot machines mid gamblers last week . Mr. 15. Curtright, of Paris, mid Miss Elizabeth Hill, of (Vntralia. arc to lie married Dee. 'Jl'i, Dr. J. K. Wallace, formerly of tliis county, will return from Spo kane, Wash., and locate at (iant. .lolin Jones and wife, living near llarrishurg. 111., are in jail, cha rged with starving their para lytic cliild to death. J. 1). Miller, of this city, erect ed a monument at Old Ash, Mon roe county, this week, where his parents are turned. The Salamander works at Yan dalia, after having been shut down for some time...

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. — 20 December 1900

Itlcxlw Missouri Ittcssage. John Bead Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI The man who does wron ..ttentlcm Idly always plans on excuse fw doing It Id advance. 1 It Is Inconsistent for us to bossi el iur strcnuousness as long as the flul ttan of Turkey continue to Rlvs us ths I laugh. . The two ofnclals of that Nashville .bank who stole $44,000 should he vig orously prosecuted for the Insignifi cance of their act. A new apartment house In course of erection on West End avenue and Seventy-ninth street, New York, will have attached to It automobile sta ble for housing the automobiles of tenants. Facilities for charging the electric vehicles are provided on the first floor, and the second floor Is In i tended for living apartments for ths vehicle attendants. The new battleship Maine, building t Cramps' shipyard In Philadelphia, is more than one-third completed. It Is expected that she will be launched on Feb. 15 of next year, the third an niversary of the destruction of the ori ginal Maine in Ha...

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. — 20 December 1900

TWO FRIENDS Tlirrc wore two of us and we had between us u surplus of throe or four Jolhirs. Wo rasl about for something '.o do wit it our monry. Suddenly an idea occurred to the There-Spot. It Isn't very often that this happen. l'it the miiplus probably did It on this uccasioii. "I have it." ho paid. Ho didn't mean the money, foe the Two-Spot was care ful to keep that In his pocket. "I have It." ho repealed. "Let's go along tho street nniil we find sonic pour, ragged children looking eagerly in the shop windows. Tlien we'll find out what hoy v.ant most and go In und buy It." "Goc!," replied tho Two-Spot, "but what shall vc ilo with the lest of the money'.''' "We'll po till we're tired, und I guess they'll be no 'reM' for tho weary." And fi) wo f lai-ted out. And let It bo reconied here that wo had visions if swarms or ragged children gazing Into every window n'ong tho business streets. But In this we wore doomed to disappointment. Early In the aft ernoon there was not one poor look ...

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. — 20 December 1900

THE MESASGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Pnstnlllce ti t Mexico. Mo., as nccond -class matter. THURSDAY. DEC. ', !!)()() Passing of The Little Red Schoolhouse. TE MkssahE lielicvcs that the day is not far distant when the "little red schoolhouse" of senti ment will be supplanted by cen tralized schools. Centralization seems to be in accordance with the spirit of the times, and it is good or bad according as the prin ciple is npplied. Centralized and unified effort is n powerful agency in the accomplishment of any pur pose, no difference in what line. In a number of the New Eng land States they now have, and hnvc had for some time, what they call the "town system," by which the children living in country districts arc transferred to the nearest village for educational purposes, but the system to be choseu above all others is the one by which the schools of a rural township, remote from n city, are to be combined into one graded central sc...

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. — 20 December 1900

THE MESSAGE TIIUUSDAY. DKC 'Jo, I'ino J. W. Atchison has been among the sick. Mexico poultry market has been crowded this week. Horn, to K. It. (iant mid wife, near Benton City, a son. I). 15. MeClure, of Benton City, pays for tlic Mkssauk to lilirj. The new Catholic, chun-h at Ful ton was dedicated last Sundav. Turkey meat was sold in this town this week at (i cents a pound. The worthy poor of Mexico arc to he looked after Christinas week. W. A. Hdmoiistou was attorney in two law cases at Fulton this week. Mr. Lewis Larkin and Mrs. Vic toria Huff were married at the Mexico Haptist church last Sunday night. Mexico Methodist and Prcshyte rian churches will hold a union re vival meeting la-ginning next Sun day week. The Mexico Haptist church is presenting itself with a Christmas gift in the shape of an elegant new pipe organ. All the Mexico churches will have Christmas entertainments; or at least then- will lie a treat for tin- children. Mrs. ,1. W. House, of this city, is visiting th...

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. — 20 December 1900

The hill introduced by Congressman Shafroth providing thnt on and after January 1, J903. the weights and measures In the metric system Khali fee thp legal standunl weights anil measures In the fulled States Is sim ply another in a long line of attempt o supplant the present awkward sys tem by thp easy iiml simple metric mr decimal system. Though the bill bus teen reported favorably by the coin mittne on weights and measures It hnB iitHl a hard fight before It. The chance for Its adoption are not the brightest. In one sense the I'nlted States may tm said to have been even tipfore Yancp In the adoption of at leant u portion of the metric system. In 1785 congress adopted the decimal system of money, with thp dollar as the unit, beread the metric system proper was not adopted by France until 179.Y Thi basis of the mrtrie system, the meter, wxa determined by two French as tronomers and mathematicians and is fotuctly one-forty-mllllonth part of tin circumference of the earth on the merl i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 December 1900

o 0 o o o c 0 o a Tied Up When the muneles ferl drawn and tied up and tbc flesh tender, that tension it Soreness and StiffQess from cold or over exercise. It huts bat a akort time after St Jacobs Oil I applied. The cure la prompt and sure. ooooooooooooo Mm $ II Oil Bit. Rinry Langford entirely cured of Hsrvcus Pros tration by Dr. Gresco's Horvuro Bleed md Narva Rcrasdy. KEY. HKXET I.AXOPOnO. Rev. Henry Langford, the eminent Baptist divine, of TVoton, 7. Va., has lust es caped uttor nenoui and physical prostration. He is pastor of four churches. " For tea wars," ha said, " I have oaen nervous and growing wotm all thorn year. During the Ia.it Four or live years I became so nervous 1 could scarcely siti my nam so it could be read. I was so nervous that I could not read my own senium notes after they had been laid tuide awhile. "I wasnnalile to hold my bead steady in the pulpit, nor could I bold or handle my books and papers without embarrassment, owing to the trembling and weakness 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. — 20 December 1900

THE MESSAGE In Tha Kabrich Building. Ttrmn of Subscription : On Year Il.m. SU Months .Mlomt. Throe Months cent. THURSDAY. DEC ,20 1900 SOME MINISTERS if NEED A REVIVAL. The article below in taken from the White County Democrat of Illinois. We endorse nearly ev ery thought therein expressed. Partisan polities in the pulpit is very much out of place. See if it was not in this instance : The Democrat has the greatest respect for churches and church organizations. A minister of the gospel, so long as he administers to the spiritual wants of his flock, is entitled to the respect due his calling. When he exceeds the du ties of his calling and embarks in politics he becomes subject to the criticism which falls to the lot of a politician. When he takes advan tage of his position, to defend or attack any political party, the sanctity of the pulpit should not be a protection to him, and so far ns we ure concerned, it shall not bo a fortification which may not be assailed. The nnestionuble tas...

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. — 27 December 1900

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DEC. 27, 1900. NUMBER 8 (leorge Kobcrtson and Clarence Barnes lmve formed a partnership in the law business. Palmyra is investigating the ad visaliilit.v of owning lier own dec trie light and waterworks plants. L K. MeCall, of Kush llilll, is organizing n society of the Broth erhood of America at Worcester. Mr. S. 15. Cook. Secretary of State-elect, with his family will move from Mexico to Jefferson City this week. Mr. Cook has bought dipt. Lcsuer's line resi dence at the Capital. We notice that Martinshui g is going to use incandescent street lamps. It is a good system, so we learn, and we are glad to see the little prairie town moving for such improvements. Mrs. Mary II. Beagles, of this city, is suing her hnsliand, .1. M. Beagles, for n maintenance of $"( per month. She sued herhusltand at last term of circuit court for a divorce, but it was denied. Mary Williams claims to he per manently injured in o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 December 1900

T THE MESASCE Publialieil Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor nnd Proprietor. Ktitrred at llic I'oslnflici' nt Mexico, Mo., at m-cond -class nm 1 1 it. THURSDAY. DEC. 1!MH) -Disgruntled Editors. Tiik editor of tin old St. Louis Globe-Deiiiocriit litis lieen murmur- inj; for years 1 atise Missouri turns up every election so tlioroly Demoeratie and said editor cannot have his own way in affairs politi cal in this State. It makes him ever keep up the cry, "Poor (,J Missouri!" That cry has hurt the State in no small measure,- not here at home, where everybody understands the situation, hut in the States abroad. It causes them to belittle us and think as little of us as the words of the notation would naturally surest. The (!. D. is working ngainst its own State by this continued unholy course. Hut what we want, to bring up here is that, the Mexico Ledger is working in like manner a guinst its own town, as the U.-D. is working against its own State, and that, too, where it gets its main su...

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. — 27 December 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DKC 27, 1900 The now pipe organ for the Mex ico Daptist church has been put i 11 place. Born, to Mr, and Mrs. R. Draw ner nt Laddouia ou Christinas day, a daughter. Michael A Jordon and Miss Louclla Sanford, both of this city, have been licensed to wed. J. V. Crutcher, the real estate agent, formerly of Middletown, is temporarily located at Mexico. The dispatches report that Me Kinley's udinirers seuthiui enough liquor Christinas day to float a ship. Lightning last Saturday killed eleven head of stock cattle and n mule for Frank Duckner, of near Auxvasse. Mr. Culbertson, at Rush Hill, has six or eight cars of baled hay stacked at the station awaiting shipment. The Ccntrulia football team on its grounds Monday defeated the Montgomery City eleven by a score of 11 to 0. Rev. J. 11. Jennings, pastor of the colored Daptist Church in this ' city, immersed '11 candidates for church URiuhcrship last Sunday. Karl Cunningham, northeast of Mexico, had a saddle stolen from...

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. — 27 December 1900

THE MESSAGE InTheKabrich Building. Terms of Subscription: One Yenr .' H.. Six Month M it. THURSDAY. DEC 27, HUM) "SEND FOR THE r r FOOL-KILLER." Here's something that will n innse you. It is by Ueorgie in the Chicago Times-Herald: When Uncle Wesley and Aunt Urnee nnd the liassetts were here Tuesday nite Uncle Wesley told paw he ot to Join n Howling club becoz it was lots of Fun and good for the Sistuin. "Well," in said, "mebby I ot, but I see they are n Chicago doctor says it's a Bad thing to exersi.e too mue.li by walking home from the offns when yon haft to keep jour Brain going All day. Some times I almos' think it might be true. I don't see why ennybuddy wants to walk three miles when you can buy pills for seven cents a Bottle at the Department store nnd get a Strap in a street ear if you watch your Chance and have sents enough to Start before the Hush hour. Anuther nice Thing about riding Horn;; in a Street ear is you Can let your breath freeze And rest on the way by kind of le...

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. — 3 January 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, .IAN. .1. 1Qm MltMDCn r - -1 w , iiuTinr.K owns Edward Duty tuid family, from near Thompson, have moved to Mexico. I lie Mexico girls have quit chewing gum never were very greatly addicted to the habit. Thirty killings from shooting and other violent causes was the record hi Kentucky on Christinas day. There are estimated to lie 30, (MMt eases of leprosy among the inhabitants of the Philippine Is lands. J. 11. Moran, late of Mexico, lias changed his address to Mar tinsburg and orders his Message changed to that address. Mr. J. P. Stilton, formerly of Mexico but now of Jacksonville, 111., and Miss Allie V. Burhop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs..!. M. linrhop, of Mexico, were married last week. A bill has been introduced in Congress providing for n thoro investigation of the whole subject of the government ownership of railroads in America and Europe. Attorney J. T. Baker is one of the rising young attorneys of ...

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. — 3 January 1901

THE MESASCE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Kntcred at tin- l'nstohMcc nt Mi-tlfii, Mo., ft cmifl-cliisH muttiT. THURSDAY. JAN. :i 11)01 Extend the System. Have you ever thought whiit a jiowcr for ill prejudice is some times? Prejudice to a tinttic or a word may sometimes defeat a inueli needed reform for years. Hut prejudice is sometimes per mitted to die. We are glad of this, and here we want to Initio; to mind the hias that is breaking down in favor of direet legislation in this eonntry. It is even so, di reet legislation is what the people are beginning to elammor for. We regard it as a healthful sign the reform is needed, we think, to save onr Hepnlilie. So, in order to he up with the proeession, if you have any prejudice against the initia tive and the referendum, hegin at mien to brush away the eobwebs aud get out into the light. One of our readers argue" it this wav with the Mkssaui-.: Let us eome home to Missouri. I)ireet legislation is not a new...

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. — 3 January 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JAN U 11M)1 Porn, to W. (1. Wilkins wife, II son. mid Tin' Snlvatiiin Army is suine efforts in Mexico. to 11" ('. K. Cook, at Smita l'V, pays for tin- Mr.ssAni: into l!iirj. S. Ii. Cook ami family moved to .Jefferson City this week. K. A. Fillcan, the artist, late of Mexieo, has located in Kansas City. W. X. Smiley, of Santa Fe.paid the mkssauK a business call yes terday. Adam Wald, a prominent mer chant of Louisiana, I'ikc county, died Tuesday. A liranch of the W. C. T. V inaugurating a war against liromiscuous habit of kissing. . is the Audrain paid oil' in mortgages last year !r'--,l-'. "-(. Mortgages given thru the year. ?4!)S.PMi. Mrs. Sterling llulcn is home from St. ljoiiis where she has been undergoing medical treatment. It is now Sheriff (juiucy .lames. Mr. .lames moved his family from near Hush Hill to Mexico Tuesday. Uev. K. M. Peane, of this city, who has lieen traveling in the Kast for the betterment of his health, has returned home. C. T. Drake, o...

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. — 3 January 1901

V THE MESSAGE InTheKabrich Building. THURSDAY. IAN :i liMM Trrnts of Subscription: One r f- Mil Montht WrrntH. OVERLAND TO if CALIFORNIA. Written for tin Mkmok. A history of nn overland trip to California in the parly days of the ld excitement will no doubt interest your readers who have made the trip and will he a pleas ant reminder to the pioneer who. like myself, shsuldered his long hiekory ox whip and yoked up his oxen and started for the gold mines. People who visit Califor nia now have hut a faint idea of what it was to go to California in that early day. We started from Paris. Monroe county, on the 8th diy of April, 18."2, and after a most tedious journey thru mud ami swim ming rivers and creeks, we arrived at St.. Joe, Mo., and crossed the Missouri River into the Indian country. On the fifth day of May here we organized our company, composed of ahout 40 men, and took it liy regular turns standing guard, as the Indians were plcnti fill and would steal our stock, and if a good...

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. — 10 January 1901

Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1Q01. NUMBER 10 Mexico fitflitini' tin There hiv i!l women in tlic State penitentiary . Mexico lids II Married League of 'J't Iiii'IiiIh Is. Mm' Mrs. Ir. li. S. Cave, of Mexico, drew Pollard's .I.U0 i a 1 1 . . T. IjIiivIi. of near Ijaddonia, called lust week iiml renewed for his MlsuiK. Carson Unices, of Pike county, now 1ms charge of tin' Tiii'krr llo- trl ill Mexico. Capt. .1. .1. Spenoe, of Vinita, I. T., renumbers tin- Mi:ssm,i: with late papers from his section, St. Louis has raised tin- $.",(iuu, 000 guarantee fund for tlx- World's Fair. Tin' Fair is now a certainty. St. Louis has the crip tin- erip has St. Louis. There were three deaths from this iiisiduous disease ill one day last week. There are hut two farmers in the Missouri State Senate and lion. M. h K. liitftfs, of this county, is one of these two. At l'ittsl.uri', I'a., the other day Nicholas lVloa, an Italian, sold his wife for eight d...

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. — 10 January 1901

THE IVIES ASGE M,x ''f,,'-,,i ' '"i11"1' 1 legislative net would lie ton expen- 1 sive iniil ciimlirnus. In deference Published Kvcry Thursday. John Beul, Kditor and Proprietor. Ktiternl t the riwtolliiT lit Mexico, Mo., n second-class tuat tT. THURSDAY. JAN. Kt l'.iui Township Districts. Tiik following, taken from the forthcoming annual report of the State Superintendent of Sehools, will he found to crmtaiti another view of the Mhssaui: lately ad vanced, favoring eentrali.ed schools: "The report urges legislation pro viding (1) fret; tuition in high sehools for hoys and girls in rural districts; (2) State inspection of small high sehools as well as large ones;(:i)u County school hoard with supervisory powers and du ties, upon whom the character and progress of the schools of the county depend; (4) consolidation of small districts into township districts for the purpose of equal izing taxation, length of school term and the hcttcr opportunity for children." A Just Tax Lnw. It is int...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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