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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 June 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUUE 27, 1901. NUMBER 34 Next Thursday is the "Olorious Fourth." Horn, to W. J. McLoncy and wife, of this city, h daughter. Last Friday was the longest day in tin- year. It was hot as well as long. Seven persons were killed in a storm at Naper, Neb., one day last week. The Farlier Forum thinks that James llentoii will he in the race for Judge of the Eastern District. License to wed was last Satur day issued to Mr. E. E. Reynolds and Miss Ethel Ilearue, both of Vandalia. If Mr. Bryan ran eontrol the convention, he says he favors the Republicans nominating Mark llaunii for President. Two young men of Herriek, Ills., being unable to get whisky in that dry town tanked, up on lemon extract and it killed them. Ed Erlich, south of Forber, bored for water on his farm and struck a vein at MHO' feet which he thinks will furnish 100 barrels per day. The Third Constitutional A niendment, regarding the taxation of mo...

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. — 27 June 1901

THE MESSAGE Tltl'KSDAY. .JIWK 27. 1!)til PiiMislit-il Kvti-x Tlniisdny. John 1 'it-id , lvlitur ami l'rnrirtir. Kiil-Ti il at tilt- I'nstutlii'r at Mi-Ui. Mo., an si-eiinil-ctn-'s mattrr. TlIK MKSSAtlK is Central- ilt-nst-tl to st-t- tlmt tin Ized tillit-r imH-r.s nf this Schools, srrtinli nf tin1 State hiv lit Inst Kiviu stunt-iitli-iititin tt) tin; iiit'stiuii tif fi-iitriilit'tl schools. Tin- MK.ss.Mir. whs the first piiier in Aiiilniin to uive this iiicstioii cilitoriiil notice, mid we t-tlitoriiilly einlorseil the eileii, t Tht! Fiirlier Forum now takes ii the tiiestioii. That paer is in er ror just a little, we think, on one point ; the area would not always he a coiiKi'cs.sioiuil district, or six miles H(iuire. That, matter would In- nrrane;etl to suit, the territory to lie served, whether it was six miles siiiare or more or less. The Fo rum said last week: "Tin- Forum has recently inter viewed directors in the ncihlior intf school districts, as to the town ship plan or syste...

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 June 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JfXB 27, l'lOl Happened and Happening. Circuit Court adjourned yester day. A storm auil terrible flood in West Virginia last week caused tlic loss of nliont "." lives. The trial of the (iartrells, at Butler, Mo., goes over till the November term of court. Captain Moore and wife, of St. Kouis, arc now at the head of the Salvation Army in this city. .1. V. Williams, of this city, made an address before the Bible School convention at Kaddonia last Sunday. Three young men plead guilty last Saturday in the Circuit Court to discharging firearms near a school house and were fined $12. ."it) each. We understand that Dr. G. M. Buingurner, of Martiusburg, will go to California to reside. He goes on account of his wife's health. Will Davis was tried in the city court this week on the charge of whipping his wife. lie was fined one dollar and costs, in all amount ing to $20. The St. Louis Republic last Sunday published a beautiful like ness of Miss Julia Kendall, of Vnn dal...

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 June 1901

' 0 " t' I - TOE MESSAGE THURSDAY. Jl'SB 27, 15MU InThe Kabrlch Building. Trrmx of $n lxrriptin : One Vrar... Slv Moulin. I.im. ..V fflltK. Next Tlmrxdiiy is the Fotutli". "(ilnlitiiis I'aris, Monroe gists, ly n new must :iy l.fMH) hereafter. County, tlnijj city ortliniiiifc, lieenec n year The Vnmlalin Lender mentions W.O.Hostetter ns n prohalile ean ditlnte for .1n1r of the Kastiin District of Audrain. The Ontralia Courier says that Sunday baseball in that city 1ms grown fruit. The Auilniin grand jury bus been sampling it. The Hecord says thnt the report sent out that lend had been struck in the boring fr oil at Wcllsville was n take nothing in it. Kd Krlich, south of Father, bored for water mi his farm and struck a vein nt .'IKI! feet which he thinks will furnish 100 barrels er day. The State ISaptist Young peo pie's Union convention in this city last week adopted a resolution by unanimous vote expressing sympa thy with and approval of the efforts being made to close the sa loons...

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. — 4 July 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1901. NUMBER' 35 The stamp net in dead. We can now stop licking the Filipinos. Isune Alh'ii, of Mexico, has had his pension increased to eight dol lars. K. H. Shleppey, of this county, will move to llHrper county, Kan sas, this week.. Ueorge W. Chase, of Farhcr, has had an increase of his pension to eight dollars. Fred A. Morris is now wearing the medal as the best shot in the Mexico Oun Club. Ex-Confederate reunion at Aux vasse, September 4 and .. Mexi co will be well represented. Steve T. Starr, formerly of Van dalia, this county, was married last week in St. Louis to Miss Mattic Hay. John Orahatn, north of the square, is tearing down his dwell ing nnd will erect a new and mod ern structure. Evn Sutton, of this county, is suing her husband, J. Price Sut ton, for divorce. She charges cruel treatment. License last Saturday was issu ed to Mr. David B. Kellerhals and Miss Mary . Thornhill, both 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. — 4 July 1901

Mexico Missouri Message Ilp)IlIg)IlKilBK!BlQ)f John Benl, Publisher. MKMni Mlssol 1:1 Freight rates from Mnlla to Hong Kong, a distance of only 700 miles, are as m'l'h from Pan Francisco to Hong Kong, a distance of 8.000. The "abandoned" farms of Masa rhtisctts are fast being taken up. Three Vcars ago there were 330 thus classed in the state. A recent enumeration shows there are now but 130. fc' 2 III In Brittany and the lower Pyrenees fair are held annually at which the peasant girls assemble to sell their hair. Parisian dealers are the chief rustmers, purchasing many thousand pounds. The Philippines touch closely upon Hie gntta percha belt, yet the tree does riot grow there Indlgenuously, and It Is lit least very problematical whether It can be cultivated there. It will not ftrow In Cochin, China, likewise near the gutta percha belt, because the av erage temperature Is too low and the changes too sudden. The emperor of Morocco has a very peculiar band. Hl.i private musicians lire ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 July 1901

T 127 EAUS AGO. J a SAYINGS and DOINGS IMswurl notes. j - ft jpsa pj """ HuoquAfiTtm or John Hancock colons'. TsiCAPfTs, " -r- -l'JT"-- It" t'lf j (TtctwiNO CBN- 06fr at'1"vmi"(F. Boston, may 15. 177 I L : V" . 'I II I :V. ! : I I'lCTI 'Hl-IS (IK scknks IN BOSTON- !9 King Gourge III. had reached tin1 fig" of M, a 11) 1 had reigned totirtccn oa;s. when Lord North, by unani mous consent of th" house of commons, presented tin- Boston port lull fur its uiisiderailoti. This atrocious ai t uas the return lightning stroke of th'- min i ry for tli' blow robe Ilium Boston hint dealt when it emptied tin- Fast India Company's ten Into ihe harbor. No event In the writ's of causes that l"d to the revoh'tion was so dott rniin allve of an ultimate rsorl to arms as was this brutal measure. Singular, indeed, at the fir.-,! hliush. it would Bwni, that such a vindictive and utterly iir.statesmanllke measure, designed as it was to rivet the collar uf political servitude upon thi' necks of a great peopl...

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. — 4 July 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 4. 11)01 Published Every Tliursilny. Jolin Ht-iil, Editor mid Proprietor, Kntrri'il tit the 1'iwtiillh'o lit Mexli'i,, Mo., as wi'fiiiKl-i'liisH mutter. The Xelnnska Imle Phllllps' pendeiit hiivh tlutt "Dream." govern ment iriniiitr- ie in I'liieiico hingvr t li 11 li tliohe thnt Jose) ill Imilt in old Egypt, and n fiirinets' lunik with .")(), (MM), (KKI enpitnl, also in t'liien o, are the two ujjeneieH looked forward to ns the means of putting the farmers of the United States in a business paradise, establish ing for them a trust which ran tight on eiial terms with any oth er trust in the eon n try and mak ing 40 cents the bottom price of oorn forever ami evermore. The Mesh auk mentioned this proposed banking scheme some time since, and to show that some thing may result of the move we quote from Mr. Phillips, the young Corn King of Uhiengo. Phillips made an nildreSH before the Na tional Grain (J rowers Association a short time since and in the course of ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 July 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .11' LY 4, 1001 Happened and Happening. Silas Wilson, of this city, re mains iiitc feeble. The Mexico Gun Club gives h shoot ut '2 i. in. today. James ili'j latu of Kusli II ill, in rusticating in Xebrasku. Horn, to John F. Miller mid wife, three miles northeast of Mex ico, n daughter. Scores of eoi!e from Mexico ami vicinity will visit the Luddo nia celeliration today. There will lie a song service ut Littlcby Methodist church at :J:U0 Sunday nftcrnoou, July L'l. T. F. Hodcii, who was so seri ously afllieted recently with np iendicitis, is now rapidly recover ing. Charlie Dobyns, of this city, will furnish the icuiccrs at Lad donia today with candy and hot popcorn. Then; will lie snakes at Laddo nia today. Conic from this city. John Mercurio will conduct the show. - Mr. Joe M. Turner and Miss Mnttie Johnson, lioth of this city, were married this week, Kcv. J. J. Porter officiating. The corn crop in Kansas will he very short this year, on account of the drought...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 July 1901

While vast fortune nre lielnt iilei ill In oil vpeculnl inns in Texas not all iinvwH Is reached In this wuy, writes ' .. correspoinlent from Heiiiiinoiit. tin- .enter of the oil region. H 1 1 i n .-m i n- ! orjniseH of nil kinds an1 piiyliiK well I . tin In a rent mini tit the other ihiy i n plain looking alTuir lluit illiln't seem ; fo bp worth $100 unci the owner nut j iy a desk on wlilrli was spieiol out tIS.OOo in smnll hills utnl ruin. I asked lilm wlmt he kept so much nintii'.r In Ills pl.ve for. ii mt his iinsvvei- was: ; "llnve to do It .stranger. Kvci yhody I "round here is iihIiik I"'11" and $1 Hull : iillls. 1 have a dozen or mi of Ihenij hnis' at tne ieiv dav and I must 'Parisians Applaud Her, .Vlis.s sijliil f'aniler.-oii reappeared at (hi1 Opera t'omiipie in I'. iris the oilier ni.' lit in "1'hrviie." it beiim her Hist :'P;n arance in t he l-'niuli lapital since A Judjc on "Commcn Ci)il.tv" .lunges are supposed to know Hie law 'hitler than laymen. When a New .Ifiscy vi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 July 1901

4 No port l;ui,s RK-um iiluuii our siilcs. No t : i : 1 n j Ilu.it mi lilli; No liiiii;,in looUout r.iisrs glass , To scan oiii' sens or sky. No V!:ii:ra!s alinvi' our dirk .Mill k'iiih uihI gunners maml. Ill lll'lil'll slll'ittll tO Willi tin- soiitnl ttf warlike, ttrrn com maiul. Yft all t'ic iiuvics of tin' world 1 In r li.iws in ain assail; V' fiar no smoking battle tower Tli -it U'lul'Ts thruiiijli the cult1, i l!v i-.ij, tains j;ray our path Is tnarki il Hy sailors wlilt; anil o'd; I or Ha tile pliaiitnin lo( ki't ulare And li m ii I in lielU a if tolled. In misty, nin emeiiiliored pints Our lieaion lights v.e set I'y hands InnK Bone from mortal view. by forma that men fomet. And wp may wander on our miiisi; 'Till tinio at end shall In-. For In till - breasts alp lorked the buiis Of ships once lost ut sea. John James Median in the Criterion. Fort lliiyen l.anil Juaf tun. The state of Kansas and other offi- i cere represeiitliiK It presented a peti tion recently to AitliiK Secr...

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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. — 4 July 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1001 InTheKabrich Building. Trrm of Snlsrription: turn Your 'six Month son-tit. Drawlngthe Line on Jackson A Rood story in told in Missou ri nt the rxpotiHe of its onco fam ous Governor, Claiborne F. -hwk-win. Ilefore lie solved the enigma of lovelock lie had married five sisters in reasonable lapses of eonsoeutivenss. After one wife had lieen lost and appropriately mourned he espoused another, and ho kept his courting within a nut' row circle of his own relatives, for he rather liked the family. The antiquated father of these was almost deaf, and when tin' Governor went to this octogena rian to ask for his surviving daughter the following tiou ensued: "I want Lizzie." "KM" "I want von to let roiivt-rsii' me 1 m VI Eliz-a-beth!" "Oh, you want Lizzie, do you! What for?" "For my wife!" "For life!" "I want to marry her! " "Oh, yes! .Inst so. I hear you, boy." "I'm precious glad you do!" muttered the Governor. "Well," slowly responded the veteran, "you need...

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. — 11 July 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1901. NUMBER 36 Sof iliia Young, of this city, has been granted a pension of eight dollars ii month. Mr. Henry Hrauer niul Miss Un ity Craig, ltli of this fity, were married last Thursday. Hev. Addison Sox, of Cuivre, this county, has been called to the pastorate of a church in Iowa. The Vandalia Leader mentions Hev. .lames Uradley, of this city, as a probable candidate for Comi ty Treasurer. Audrain farmers are shipping their cattle to the northwest part of the State. Feed plentiful in that section. Charles Marlow, colored, of this city, jumped on a moving train once too often last week and had a part of his foot cut off. W. K. Haggard, of this county, was last week granted a state eel titieate by State Superintendent Carriugtoii at Jefferson City. Cov. Hoekery delivered 'an old fashioned Fourth or July spi h, interspersed with Hashes of Jeffer- simian Democracy." at Mobcrly on the Fourth. A Mo...

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. — 11 July 1901

n mm liiww i "H ii i m(W mmaammimmmmmmmmJmmmmwmmmmmm 2 77r MESSAGE TIU'KSDAY, .U'LY 11. I'.Mtl I'ul.lisli. d Kvirv Tliiiisdny. .Iiilm I'.fiil. Kditor nml l'ldinii tur. Kntcrcil t tin' I'ustullicc tit Mcsicu Mil. it s secernl -class matter. Tiik Mkssaui-: has ul-Deitiocrat-ways greatly admired lc Conten-"old l'itclit'm k" Till tlon Right, limn, of Smith Caro lina. When I x- presses an opinion it is vigorous and is always worth something. He was down at Washington 'ity last week and had a lew things to say. For instnnee, he said: "It is stupid to talk admit the Deiimerntie party l,einr the enemy j of the business interests. We lnl t'tnlnrse. me nrsi connive m suwi , lint events have proven tlmt oni-j eolilentioii as to the n 1 of limn money was eorreet . The prosper ity which the country has epeii enced is simply due to the lare iucl'eiise in the supply of n 1 1 thru new discoveries. We are Milinjj now on the crest of the wave, luit it will not he lout; licfoie We tfrt into the trough...

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. — 11 July 1901

,1 i THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JtLY 11, I'JUl Happened and Happening. ( scar Ki'iit is afflicted with the typhoid fever. Heel- is Worth 1"( II buttle Dawson, in tin1 Klondike. id Tliey are offering " cents for corn id tlie elevator down id Rush Hill. Horn, -Inly !l, to Mr. mid Mrs. Claude Asliiiry, n son. Cliiude is tin proudest fntlier in town this week. The Pollock Milling and Klevu lor Company of this city will in erease its stock from 47.0UH to lUl,OIM. Dr. J. -I. Porter mid Attorney A. Mottinger, lioth of this city, delivered addresses at the Laddo nia celebration last week, Mexico stoek raisers shipped 2i head of cattle to Nodaway county this week to place them on past ure. Pasturage short in this sec tion. Kid. .lames Hradlcy says he is (iC years of age, was born and raised in Missouri, but he remem bers no such drought as this of the present. The young people at Littleby Methodist church will conduct the services Sunday afternoon nt 4 o'clock, July 2. Special music and recitatio...

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. — 11 July 1901

THE MESSAGE, TIinjSDAY. .ll'LY 11, 1!)01 InTheKabrich Building. Ti rms of Sh bsrviplion : tu' Yrur. . . SK Mont lis 1.ii. ...."" i-i lils. COW PEAS. Chance to Kalse Good Food for Stock. Tin1 K.nisiis n;i iMilttiinl rxu-ii-nielli station lias issncl n liill-tin which serins tiinelv in view of the dn iii).' ii of crnis lioth in Missou ri iitnl I'astrrn Kaiisns. The sta tion at Manhattan jfrts its full share of ili-v weather, no matter whether it is I'.asteru K'ansas or j Western K'ansas that is needing j rain. Cow ieas as a second croij are recommended in the liullctin. which sa s: "Cow iea liny is urarlv eiilal to nlfaha in feeding value and con tains nearly one-hall' more licsh and milk making matrrial than clover hav. It is rich in the min eral matter that is needed in form ing hone, Mood, llesh and milk. These qualities make it especially valualile for fecdinj,' triwin cattle and i;js, dairy cows, and fatten ing steers and jiis. The cow iea enriches the laud on which it cjrows the...

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. — 18 July 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1901. NUMBER 37 Dr. J. F. Harrison will locate nt Martinsburg for the practice of nu'diciue. Dr. W. L. Kendall, the optician, litis moved his office into the new postofllec building, lie in now in a tine location. A Methodist minister recently made application for membership in the Modern Woodmen society, and in stating his occupation, wrote: "Saving souls; how's yours P We see from the Terry Enter prise that Mrs. Mary Jackson, near Piddletown.in Halls county, strick en with paralysisaliout a year ago, is lately growing much weaker. Mrs. Jackson has relatives and many acquaintances in this city. Chris Marburg and J. II. Scott, near Laddonia, shipped in a ear of cotton seed meal a short time since. Speaking of this matter the Laddonia Herald adds: "Cat tle feeders are beginning more and more to resort to this finishing feed." Harold Cluster in the Democrat ic primary last Friday won the nominatio...

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. — 18 July 1901

THE MESSAGE Tllt'KNDAY, .ll'IA is. HUM Published Kvcry Thursday. John Heal, Kditor aii Proprietor. Knti ri'il lit tin I'ostofliee at Mexico. Ml)., II ! SeCOIld-clllS tllllttlT. A St. Iioi'is woman Tougher recently hatched is Chicken, chickens from L'l egg by the use of the sun'! rn.vs, while nil incubator used by her lit tin- same time hatched only IS chickens out of KM) eggs. Regarding this significant occur rence the St. Louis Chronicle gets wonderfully aroused and publishes a double-leaded, double-column editorial in the following words: Poor little sun-liorn cliicks they have absolutely nothing to iour out their chiekhood love m on! Now the chicken that is horn in an inctiliator can at least look up to the machine with a feeling of awe, whether respectful awe or not; and the incuhator may still contain a spark of warmth for the chicken. 1!ut the poor, lonesome chick hatched.l.y a foster parent !)l,Mll, H) miles awny-what n sad plight! If coining generations of chick ens are all ...

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. — 18 July 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY is, l)01 Happened and Happening. This town boasts of a colored cornet bund. Curtis Bybee is in Ohio looking for employment. Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mclntyre, a daughter. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Sannebeck, a daughter. Harold Cluster, the nominee for Councilman in the Second ward, is already dubbed "colonel." Ex-Governor Stephens, it is said, will be n candidate for Con gress in the eighth district. J. 1. Lott, of Littleby, is think ing of locating iu Oklahoma to work as a stone and brick mason. B. A. Thornburgh is erecting a large corn shed on the farm of Lakenuu & Barnes, south of Ceii tralia. J. T. Johnson cried a big sale of horses at Miles City, Montana, this week. Johnson is "spread ing out." George and Louis Doeblin, of near Rush Hill, are home from Il linois, where they have been cm ployed in a granite factory. Call at the hardware store and get one of King's Pellets. J. W. Plunkett has instructions that they are taken "before and after mea...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 July 1901

THE MESSAGE TIU'KSDAY, .ll'liY K InTheKabrich Building. Tmns nf Snburriplinn: Onu Yi'iir 1". Six Month .Mii-i-iiK A THOUSAND TEACHERS. Will Be Paid Good Wages in the Philippines. W'iisliinjjtnii, .July 10. Our thousand school teachers, male mid female, will lie npiminted to positions iii the I'liilippines. Their salaries will huiK'' from -7." to $12") per month in tfold. Their selection lms Ih'pii left to the prin cipals of ninety-two colleges, scat tered anions thirty States. Alwut (, the first allotment, will leave San Francisco on the transport Thomas, sailing on July '2'i. Transportation from their homes to Manila is furnished gra tuitously by the Government. Their (ualilications nre as fol lows: Applicants must be either normal or college graduates; they must have had several years' suc cessful experience in school work and be now engaged in teaching; they must be physically sound and able to withstand a tropical cli mate and willing to accept, what ever location may be assigne...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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