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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 July 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1901. NUMBER 08 Swimming parties are becoming a rage in Mexico. Gov. Stevens denies that he is a candidate for Congress. The Chicago & Alton is ing coal chutes at Farber. build- W. C. Hedges has closed the Tucker Hotel. Not enough busi ness. Eggs are selling at Ave cents a dozen on the market in Rails county. The drought is causing a num ber of Missouri counties to call off their fairs. A boy plunged into a river at Carthage, Mo., to suve a drowning girl and both perished. Frank Roberts, who died at Kirksville last week was buried at Liberty Church, northwest of this city. Hon. J. A. Potts, of this city, has been appointed a member of the State Board of Agriculture by Gov. Dockery. Ten thousand people at El Reno walked the streets all night, lust Thursday, waiting to register at the land office. A young man at Cabool, Mo., last week committed suicide by throwing himself into the mouth of a t...

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. — 25 July 1901

IsE THE MESSAGE I TliriiSDAY, .U'liY -'.". I'lililished Kvcry Thursday. .lohu Ileal. Kditor and Proprietor. Klltcrcil III Hie I'.nt.iMiec lit Mexico. Mo., ns seinnil-cliiss imilter. So and "A. Our Lean II. l,."lo not lalievc Year. in nnlilic prayer for rain, at least one initflit infer that from their writing, jjives his notion to the Mk.ssaof. in our Knsli Hill correspondence and here is what "A. 11.1.." writes us from Iiaddonia: "Tim M F.ssAiiK has the eonrnj,'c of its convictions anil the ahility to strike MraiK'ht from the shoulder. We would like to have its opinion of the iniiniinrinn children of Is real who are forjr-tt injr the many fat years if (he past and are now deiuandini; of their rulers that iod he specially appealed to to avert tin- disasters of one lean year that has apparently fallen to our lot, who me willing t' "'"'lt prosperity Imt whose hearts fail them when calamity conies." There is wisdom in the aliovc iiuiiiry. We are not a preacher nor n theologian, hut jus...

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. — 25 July 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JULY. 23, 1901 Tin- Moberiy races opened Tues (lny. Tliirty-fight new sidewalks have lately been put down in this city. The Monroe enmity fair lias been declared off on account of the drought. Allen Stalling, the attorney, now has rooms in the Kabrieh building. Kansas City had fourteen deaths from heat prostrations in 3G hours this week. Mrs. Kruger, wife of the 1 "resi dent of the South African repub lics, is dead. The Younger brothers are to sell tombstones thruout Minnesota. In a grave business. Lighting splintered a large tree in Joe Morris' yard Tuesday night. Joe thought for a moment the house falling in on him. The old "hole in the ground" in Flat Kock is to be rented by the city and a pump placed therein to supply the public with water. Miss Mamie Heifer, of Arm strong, Mo., on account of ill health, committed suicide this week by shooting herself thru the heart. Alexander Davis, west of this city, has a spring on his farm which he puts tip against Cott...

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. — 25 July 1901

iV TifE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 2."), 1901 InTheKabrich Building. TrmiH of tin bscriptioH : Oiii Year Sic Month .vicriit. FINE MY TEX' IN THE BIBLE. The following sermon was re ported with considerable accuracy by a llereu student for the 15erea Ouiult'rly, and is published in the Christian Work thru the courtesy of President Frost of Keren Col lege, Kentucky: "My brethcring, you'll tine my tex' somers in the Kiblc an' I haint a-goiu to tell yer whar; but hits thar, Kf yer don't believe hit, you jest take down yer Kiblc an' hunt twell yer fine hit, an' you'll fine a heap more that's good too. Mv tex' is this: 'On this rock will 1 build my Church, an' the gates of hdl shall not prevail against hit." "Now, I'm goin tcr speak the truth ter day, no matter who hit hits. Kf thcy's ary man in this aujienee thct don't agree with me, that's his lookout an' not mine. The oucstion fur us to answer 'bout thistex' is this: Wut Church war hit thct the Lord founded? Wut Church war hit thct the gate...

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. — 1 August 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1901. NUMBER 09 Monroe county will hnve no fair this year. Ami now Wellsville has a "hole in tin1 ground." Hay rides will lie scarce next winter. The hay didn't grow. Kay Mudd, late of Santa Fe, now resides in the vicinity of Mo lino. Forty-three deaths in St. Louis one day last week, direct result of the heat. The Minnesota hankers' associa tion condemns the paroling of the Younger. Councilman Philip Itchman suf fered a prostration from the heat last week. South African fanners are buy ing lady-hugs. This section might furnish a few hum-hugs. B. F. White, u Sai ta Fe mer chant, delivered $187 worth of poultry in this city last week. A wind and hail storm eight miles south of Mexico last Wednesday. Much fencing was blown down. Thomas Cooley, sent to the pen itentiary from this county on the charge of rape, was released at Jefferson City last week. The Chieogo & Alton Kailroad has settled wi...

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. — 1 August 1901

THE MESS MCE TIU'HSDAY, AIWNT 1. 1!)0l Published Kvcry Thursday. John Heal, Kditor ami Proprietor, Kntcrcd lit tin1 l'ostolllcc lit Mexico. Mo., iis second -das mutter. No.MF. (if the "wet" The Water liyniiif HtuiK ly the Is Here. unod church people out t Atchison, Kan sas, the other day were, "Come, thou Fount of Every lilessiii),'," "Jjt-t Some Dripping Fnll on Me" and "With Joy Shall I Draw Wa ter From the Well of Salvation" this as an invocation to the Lord to send rain. The rain has conic. The rain has also come for Mis souri, hut it is too late to save much of the corn. Rather apro pos to this a certain thoughtful newspaper man urjjcs that the Lord has lieen sending rain in abundance since the landing; of Columluis and the reason we do not always jjet it "in season" is that we allow it to x waste down the streams and rivers, and that is a very plain fact. There is n saying that the Lord never helps those who can help them selves. There ought to lie more care laken of the water...

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. — 1 August 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. AUGUST 1, 1901 Happened and Happening. A few watermelon on the mar ket. John Mosby, south of Vanilii lia, has been very sick. The Salvation Army this city has again been ed. work in abandon- Joe Luptoii, late a soldier in the riiiliiiines, is at his home in this eity. John O'Day, the Missouri mil lionaire, died of Bright's disease in Baltimore Tuesday. Lightning shattered the flap pole on the City Hall Tuesday during the downpour of rain. The little daughter of Flder (ireer is tpiite sick nt the home of A. (!. Azdell in this city. B. G. Tipton, Vaixlalia, Mo., was one of the winners in the HI Bcno land lottery Tuesday of this week . Audrain eiti.eus are beginning to express themselves as favoring I)r. Hawkins' plan of bonding the county for road building. Bube Belutny, ti substantial citi zen of Laddonia, is very siek. Blood poison has set up'in his arm utter a severe case of typhoid fever. The decided break in the drouth first of the week caused a big crash in...

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. — 1 August 1901

THE MESSAGE i TIiriiKDAY. AllilNTl, I'.IOl In The Kabrlch Building. Ti nus of Sitlim riplinn : tiw Yi'iir fi Mulltll Till Hilt. CHOOSING Of- U. S. SENATORS. nv n.Auu: .mokims, This is u very appropriate time to eonsitler tin- method of elmos i 11 tT our I'niteil Ntatrs Senateis. Within the lust four years iliflVr nit i ti I it-iil parties have ileelnreil in fiwor of their election ly the people; .State legislatures have passed resolutions advising that the matter liesulmiitted for amend ment, and the House of Keprcsen tatives oflieially advised their more sedate liretliren to throw off the ild moiiareliy-tainted method of eleetion liy the legislatures anil take their ehanees with the people, the real souiee of their authority. In easting aliout for tin reason of this agitation and dissatisfaction with our present method we tiud that it springs from the prevailing conviction that choosing Senators is a function which lielongs of right to the people generally and not to any select dod...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 August 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. t VOLUME II. The Confederate veterans of llio State are in session at Springfield. Arkansas will have a big potato erop this year and will help supply Missouri. Rev. .1. .!. Porter preached for the eolored Puptists in Mexieo lust Saturdnj aiternoon. Kid. A. V. Kokendoffcr preach ed at Thompson last Friday night. Singers from this city assisted in the music. The Kansas City Journal says Missouri prayed lor rain and got it while Nebraska shot for it and didn't get it. The Mexico Creamery closed down last week. Too many peo ple sold off their cows and the creamery could not get milk. Charles Campbell, late with J. C. Mundy, the grocer, in this city, now has employment with the Mo. Pae. K. R. Co. in St. Louis. The Old Settlers' reunion pic nic at New Florence last Saturday was very largely attended. Many were present from this county . Clarksville had a disastrous fire last week. Three groceries, a bar ber shop, meat shop, harness shop, hotel and several dwellin...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 August 1901

V THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AfUtST 8. 1)01 Published Kvery Thursday. John Heal, Editor and 1'roprietor. Kntcrcd ut I lie Postolllrc at Mexico. Mo., n second-class mutter. M.XXV people hold the The United States Sn Rupreme preine Court in eon Court, tempt, nml is it any wonder? The Court is like n two fneed person, tins one opinion lie fore one limn nnd another opinion on the same subject before anoth er hMui. The New York World cites the following instances in which the United States Supreme Court has reversed itself: "1. It has decided that (Dart mouth College case) a state charter i . is a contract which the state may not break and later that a state may break it. "'2. It has decided that Con gress has exclusive authority to regulate commerce on all navigable waters, and later that it has not. Later yet it has reversed that re versal and reutllrmed its first de cision. ":(. It has decided that stock certificates may not be issued un der a state law, and later that they may. "4 It has ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 August 1901

THE MESSAGE THUKSDAY. AlGlSTM, Happened and Happening. County Court convened Monday. J. 1). Morris has been on the sh-k list. V. K. t lass, west of Laddouia, had a line horse killed by the curs last Thursday night. St. Louis lias 80 automobiles. It is said that Mexico is shortly to have at least one such attraction. The State Convention of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, colored, is in session in this city. A Uucklin, of The Fair, on the west side of the public square, thinks of moving to Oklahoma this fall. '1. W. Coukley, south of Hush Hill, is digging for living water on his farm. Hope he'll find it in great uhundance. Mr. Oliver lleiidrix and Miss Julia Komlirink, both of this city, were married this week, Kev. F. Wcltye officiating. The Missouri Board of Agricult ure estimates that G per cent of the entire corn crop of the State is ruined by the drought. Hay is thirteen dollars a ton in Kansas twice as high as it was last year, but that is no worse than it is in Missouri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 August 1901

rfr MESSAGE TIll'KSDAY. At'dUST. M01 In The Kabrlch Building. Ti nits of Subscript imt : tut- Vnir 'I '"1- Ni Miihtli VIitiiH. SIDES WITH SCIILUY. Says Historian Maclay Should Be Dischar ged. Lim-nln, Nek, An;. 1. Incoin- iiicntiiiir 011 tin' naval controversy W. .1. r.rvun takes the uulc of Kent' Admiral Schley, ivin liim t lie credit of the victory nt Santia go anil declar'tntf it n " li ' 'hat their should 1m- any controversy that seeks to discredit a lir.ivc, hoiiornlile ami modest sea lighter, who successfully led the American forces ill one of the greatest, if not the greatest, naval liattles m the history ".of the world." Mr. I'.ryan denounces the Mac lay history of the striitftfle and thinks it strange that a historian finds it necessary to "resort to the lowest form of aluise in dealing with an historical character," ad ding "As a clerk in the navy yards he should he displaced because of his outrageous assaults upon a man who has liecn the patient victim of the most reinnrk...

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. — 15 August 1901

!1 Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1Q01. NUMBER 41 Probate Court is in session this week. In n fi-w weeks the schools will open again. The C. & A. shops will not he moved from Sinter. S. II. Douglass mid family have moved to St. Louis. Wallace Sehroll in the new sta tion agent nt Father. The twenty-third pusher has heen brought in tit the Heauniont oil fields. Miss Martha Ellis, of this ty, took charge of the llatton this week. school Ruby Huckncr wants a divorce from her husband, Henry Litickner. She claims abandonment. Dr. .1. S. Harnett, who recently married Miss Thomas, of Champ, is located at (ieary, t). T. Miss Laura M. Atkins, near Worcester, will ntteud school in Laddonia thru (he coining school year. Luella Huntley has entered suit for divorce from her husband, Win. Huntley. She charges cruel treatment. Judge Tuley, of Chicago, has declared unconstitutional the law which prohibits the bleaching or coloring of gr...

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. — 15 August 1901

THE MESSAGE I Tlll'KSDAY, Arol'ST V, 1!H1 Published Kvery Thursday, John Hi'iil, Kditor Mini Proprietor, Entered t llw I'ostolllec ill Mexico, Mi.. as second-class matter. MlssolKIAXS cell-Inn Grand Old f ! tin- eightieth mi-! Missouri, ni versa ry of tin-1 Stuff's iiilmissinii in-1 to tin- I'liiitii Inst Siiturdiiy. Will- ! tcr Williams, tin astuti' editor of (lie Cdliiinliia Herald, iiimlr the following retnarkaMe comments. Wi' wish von would notice cnreful I.. this iiiiitiitioii : "If tin' sumo cult' whs licstowed ti mil a Mii-soti-ri farm as iiiini a French field tin1 agricultural wealth of the Stale would surpass that of the Nile del ta." Truth in that. We have too much of this "loose farming," ev en here in Audrain eountv. Here are Mr. Williiinis' words: This commonwealth has had lips and downs. It has suffered from drought, war, cholera, train rol licrs ami cold lings. It has lieeu Messed liy line crops, ideal fall weather, 1 einocratie majorities and happy homes. Its people ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 August 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1901 Happened and Happening. 11. 1). Worrell, the jeweler, is afflicted with the typhoid fever. Mrs. William McCoy, near Lad donia, is reported seriously sick. On aecouut of the drought Cen trnlia will have no fair this year. Allen Shillings, the lawyer, or ders a standing en id in the Mks sauk. Mrs. Dr. J. T. Baskett had a serious fall the other day and was disabled for two or three days. Hush Hill is digging a public well. Splendid idea for any town that is without such convenience. Miss Ella M. Seott, of this city, and Mr. Edward Smith, of St. Louis, have been licensed to wed. The city council meets tomorrow night in special session to consider the advisability of reducing the sa loon license. September corn reached G'J cents in St. Louis last Monday. In New York it reached 04 cents. These are the highest prices since the Civil war. An attempt was made to blow tip a British mule transport at New Orleans. Boer sympathizers are thought to have been ...

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 August 1901

w wJ TIU'l.SDAY. AF-il'ST i:.. 1!M1 In The Kabrich Building. Ti rmx of Siilsi riiliim : Dm1 Yisir Si Moulin .(', .Viei'iiH. PROBATE COURT Estates to Be Settled at the August Term KtH'HTII DA V, At'lil'ST 1". Kstatc M. mid ('. Units, animal settlement; .1. II. IJoMs, curator. Fstate .1. II. Crawford, final settlement; T. V. Crawford, ad ministrator. Kstatc: (ieiler heiiv aiinnal set tlement; I. (ieiler, curator. Kstalc A. ('. ami V. K. I'.iorc, aiiiiunl settlement; .1. I' IVore, curator. Kstatc V. S. Clevelanil, aiiiiinil settlement; .1. L. Cleveland, cu rator. Kstatc Mary McCarty, annual settlement, .1. 1'). Jesse, truardian. KISSED ONLY ONE GIRL. 1'rmllrniiieiit the l'opulitr Yoiiiir ! lot lllnurlf lilt". An nuiiixiiiK Incident occurred lit a bocIiiI gathcrliiB In a private nuMi'iico In Nlles recently, which nffordt'd an excellent illuBtnition of the popularity of a hHtulHonie, black-eyed yomiK man, who la employed In u local business house, aud the local rivalry existing between t...

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 August 1901

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME II. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1901. NUMBER 42 h Milt Jenkins has moved here from Laddonia, Mrs. K. C. Burkhart and family have moved to St. Louis. Bert Garrett and family have moved to Louisiana to reside. B. B. Eskridge, of this city, moves to St. Louis this week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scott, near Thompsnn, a daught er. Lee Lewis, who recently sold his farm, northeast of here, has moved to Mexieo. II. M. Long, near Sturgeon, ex pects to move back to Mexieo the first of next month. John Thomas, who thought of moving to Dakota, has concluded to remain in Audrain. Mrs. J. II. Simmons, of this city, is in very ill health, afllieted with catarrh of the stomach. An order will soou issue from Washington City for all rural mail delivery wagons to carry a display of weather siguals. Master Warren McGec, of this city, is now making his home with his grandfather, Mr. Daniel Hall, of Boone count-. Harditi College and the Missou...

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 August 1901

THE MESSAGE fniiriion t v i i'i iTo'i .. nidi iiiin,wi,m.iini ... ' Published Kverv Tliurstluv. John Heal, F.tlitor anil Proprietor. Kntcrcd lit t.lin l'oslofllce at Mexico. Mo., lis second -class matter. Tiik Mkssauk is for Road 8OIU0 order of road Improve imiirovemeiit in An nicnta drain county, cither the Hawkins hin, perhaps, or some other. We may l "twenty-five years ahead of the times" lint this im iirovemeiit must come sooner or later and we would lie Rind to sec it within the next twelve months. The edit r of the Mkssauk was Imru and raised in this county and at one time opposed rock road im provement in Audrain, principally for the reason that nil propositions heretofore presented were indefinite as to where the improvement should licpin. Of course if Mexi co nnil Salt Kiver Township were to lie the only beneficiaries we would oppose the proposition to 1 he bitter end. Hut the proposi tion now is to spend proportionate money in each township. That removes n hie; objection. ...

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 August 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. AFdVST 22, 1901 Happened and Happening. Mrs. .Tames (iuisenberry is sick with typhoid fever. The lute rains lmvc done much to benefit the corn prospects. See change in C. & A. time ta ble in this issue of the Mkssaok. Rev. J. J. Hicks, of this city, got after some chicken thieves the other night nnd the thieves got, too. M. B. Campbell, late with the Mexico creamery, is now located with the Crescent Creamery at St. 1'aul, Minn. (iood rain fell Saturday after noon at Vandalia, Benton City, Auxvasse and in Long Branch neighborhood. George Stein, who lias been learning telegraphy at Rush Hill, gets n position in the railroad of fice at (iilliam. Miss Brookie Owen, of this city, has a position in the trimming de partment of a wholesale millinery house in St. Louis. Russia is on the eve of another terrible fundus which will affect 4-'l, 000,000 persons, Insufficiency of grain crops the cause. W. A. Muir, who left Mexico a few weeks since without paying u number ...

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 August 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. Ar(irsT,.,-.,1 11101 In The Kabrich Building. Ti rinx f Subscript inn: (tin' Yriir Six Moulin M.l. ..Ml nuts. Union Prayer Meeting. Tin' following program and rrs (iliitiniis were passed by tin- Mon roe Street Keglllur Baptist elillieh members: Mexico, Mo., Aug. lit. Viii:kk. as, we are living in the midst of a spiritual dearth even many pro fessing Christianity are conform eil to this world; and as there is spiritual wickrdne-ts in high plaees he it Kksoi.vkii, That we. the Monroe Street Ilaptist ehureh, reeonimeuil a union prayer service; that the pastors of the several ehurehes in this city and as many other profes sors of Christianity as can, meet with us ami spend at least one hour each day, for one week, in earnest prayer to Almighty iod for an old-time revival, such a re vival a.s our fathers ami mothers enjoyed in days gone liy. The meeting to lie held at the Monroe Street Baptist Church, commencing on Saturday, Oct. 12, 11)01. We hope, that the brethre...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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