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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1900

Missouri AGE. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1900. NUMBER 12 If you Receive This Paper as a Sample Copy, Don't Fear, We are Only Kindly Asking You to Subscribe. $1,00 per Yr ,-tf.i.T :t'. ,.r M":: '?.;. .-;v.v. M.ESS jL v i;; News arid Comrutnl v Ch imp (.'lark and .Mr. Shucke! Did, I) ek lVniid' ii'itvi)!1, ; i". i ii!. a: 1' f . 1 1 lo '. i. -,, il I 'iilllil ll'il I. A i. .i-f. . P Til I'. , 1, "V In I V It 1 1 1 1 1 - Mi--: liit- . i. ii-hi. I i;l".llh' . !l f( li l l t ilth. . I . r wii.i has sis ,i; Thai i: , .1:1 ..;!.., I. I... Luc: ,sr : il I found :ic m.'.iv.. . Ami I lii' V .tii 1 1 Olll'l il .'ii in in I ho , Hot v, i i ii i i i i r i-i i'ii'1. I I I i. ihllow We're, all nying iiibtt'c trusls. tin ciil the Missahk otir -t ill. Nine nut of ten Ainei ic uis syillp.itlliZC Wl! ll I ll" Uol'l's. The lJ. iiiO. ratio p iny v, i 1 . mi lorget a tux on i uc iiut'8 an I luxuries. A six loot mU'i i citpto Admit a Devvey. As ilii Co.umbi.i Stiics ina...

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 January 1900

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John IJkai., Fdiior cud Proprietor. Kntercil ut tin- l'o..ot!ice nt Mexico, j Mo., as iv'iiiil-c!nss tniiltcr. 'i'cnux l Sii'isrrijiiioii j One; War . . . Six Months . Thric Month $i.ii.. . ... 50 tent. , 2? ft lits 5 TIU'HSDAY, -IAN. 1. WOO. a rmcuiuc&riu:nc7S. V HIV llllllll'V'l-'l I" ttilll'.tllU''' m. 1:. k. i;n;cs a candi into fr Stiit- Senator for this dis trict, .-ill j.., '. t.. liv action of tin' lVnm cr ,::c ;a-r: . Our Cause Is Rlf'Mcous. Tin: Mi'.viK i 1 : m:" v,'"'" shipper, I'Hf llilVf 1 i " 1 lit the slake for tin- truth, ami we believe there (ire men living today who are just that true to iritiei!le. Sueli men lire svorthy of the highest em ulation, to suy the leiist William Jennings Hryim is an instance; lie is one of the world's greatest living men today, true to principle mid a patriot, lie is preaching about the righteousness of Democracy H would do yon good if you would rend after bin occasionally, forfeit ing your party...

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 January 1900

'HE MESSAGE TIIl'KM)AV. JAN. IH. V.mo. Dr. l:irlini;iii, Dentist, north Mile square. ,'im city I .-i:i' 'iTii' primary will lie held on .Monday. .Inn. JUlii. J !.i! . W. .1. r.r;-'. le 'l'.'.icl at t lit Mi-Mt.iri I ' n i ! -iu 1 -'ntii'- liil.V lli'lll ilir Mili,j et was "I'cU.I illy Issue-." Amos Harris, near l.ii'idouia. ainl Mis-.len.iie ( fake.. v. re mar lied last Si, inlay. Amos, our lionrtieit fonyrai lilnt ions. War has l.r ke out in Kentucky. At l'i ankl'inl Tue.tiay t hive nun were kiileil ami l'oar woiinil.il. Personal feud caused the tragedy. 'I lie boil-eon t!ie -lames Ouinlati l';;r.u liurtlieast of Mexico luirncd last.Mondav. Contents saved. r i;iii of tin.' lire unknown; no insit ranee. S. A. I'ulis of Wilson township will he in the ruee for County As sessor ii),raiii. so it is understood. He is eoin;f to make the canvas interesting. There is trouble in the school iu Klin Uend district northwest of Laddonia. Teaeher whipped a lioy ami the parents threaten her witli ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 January 1900

W. I,. I'owi.rs, Vice-l'ri-n. FARMERS' MUTUAL Fire and Lightning In surance Co. -01'- MEXICO MISSOURI. ASSKTS: Premium N'oIeS $32 4SH 5 Cash a 820 C8 Total. . . , ..$ 35 30 "8 Wc furnish you Rood Fire Insurance nt half the usual cnil. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JAN. 18, 19(H) The Missouri lien lias come off with (lying color., Buys tho Paris Appeal. The and poultry crop ol t li is suite 1 st year is said to be Ltri-r tlinii the combined ship niHfiti of wheat, outs, corn, iiinl liny. Tli'i lien has a right to cackle. It ought iudeed to he "Niunett." Bcvcridjjo lierealter. He may not drink anything stronger tlimi cof fee, but he's the Ueveridjje who would bribe thu American people to imperialism ftnl an increased and eternal greed for gold. Note the difference between the municipal Brooklyn briilge Mini the private owned St. Louis bridge. T'ie eliargea on I he St. Louis bridge are, for loot piifMengers,5cent8;one horse team, 2b cents; two horse Team, .'$5 cents, hiey.-.los.lOc; while on th...

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. — 25 January 1900

Mes SOURI SAGE. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAN. 25, 1Q00. NUMBER 13 ' If you Receive This Paper as a Sample Copy, Don't Fear, We are Only Kindly Asking You to Subscribe. $1,00 per Yr rrirT3K-,gK.?Ajjgm' im. o News and Comment . . . . ' Tho cigarette nii!;c- u hr-t ;a-s 1' ol killer. Iion't make fiiii hi' iiny one u:i-lc.-.s you arc o e il ive xmi are not a siihj. el yoiir-eit'. l.iil'Tlainm-ii!.- ami supi'ds ;'r r.'ii.-iii' I'h'iiv!: Cimi.U arc ! i-iinin iin;i'iu!;'.i'. a- I in y sI'iniM. 'I'li 'i- ar- ii limit r- "I' jicoii'ii' in the i lu ri'lic-i v Iio will never j;; I to lieivcn, hut I lino ill'.' t i 1 1 more lillt ,,l ill III. 1 1ixt.ii snys 1 li.it the imperialists ill t'cllil t he Jioliey ill t lie 1 Ml ilippi lies from three slaiulioiuts: first, dud is in it; second, there is nioi, ey in it ; I hint, we are in ii . Jl'l'iy Casey, a'i tl IX, died nt In home in Mexic hist Tiinr.sd ix . ecill(l was horn in Ireland ami eam' to ill's fount v a mui -lo ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1900

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor nnd Proprietor. Kntcrcd nt the 1'ontofllce nt Mexico, Mo., as mvohiI-cIhhh mutter. Tr.rm of Nufmrription : One Year $1.00. Six Montlo.... 50 cents. Three Month 25 cents THURSDAY, .TAN. 2.1. UKM). announa&m&nzs. Wp arc authorized to annoiinro M. K. K. IlltitiS a cnndlilato fir State Senator for this din trlct. atilijni't to the action of the Demo-iTtlca-party. The Cattle Trust- The Mkssahk wants to ji'veynu n little food for thought in the res olution published below originated by Mr. J. K. Shell nud adopted by the Farmers' Institute meeting at Lnddonifi last fall. Tliat Mr. Shell is a candidate for the Legis lature is neither here nor there; it Deems to us that his resoluti ons are timely just now and hence we are glad to reproduce them. M r. JJryun has a remedy for th e trusts that do an interstate busi ness, but Mr. Shell believes in tak ing one at a time, and as a starter he would take the cattle or meat trust. We ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1900

H'jfJE Ft$JEtxiSi (fiH TIll'JJsDAY. .IAN. -". T.mm). )r. Jiaehmnn, side square. I )' nt it , north dm F.'iWol'i ll Ijc;r;Hr f.nri.ll at tllr lit HIM- of M i .1 . I i . SilllM"l, to- Mnl'liHl lli".! I. A I 1 oli'ilii'llt !ca! i : i - will " : i.i . it ' 1 f 1:1: i..r nroi.Ti.iu !.'"'.' .1. .1. I I Irk.-. o' till.- . i'V. will pl'r.nil the opi-niti'-,' si-rimm :, the .-e.-edoii of the Hannibal Ii -.r;r Misioiiri ('oiilri-ri if lite M. F. Chur.-h h.-hi -,t l!;Mo!,!n-!.t ;'h.. v.ft k. hie iii u nave i f 1 1 1 1 i ' ' : ' and t'ri'i li'.ii nil. ; id mi 'i. I k mm Ir. of 1 1 1 -1 1 e i! i tii i!;-:-: '. it !.:;! lor. ir. hMriiin.u' and not a i e seed. The i:!,;nr V! i -i -a ;ei! ;i i: . i:1 dm - Mi u's A-M.d.il i ii r t!i- . nirrt.uii- i . 1 i i " . 1 1 i iii f .ii- ha- .!.-;.-.:-tit:-: 1 1 of 1 ll Veil' ioll lo iie I . I ill Mcic'l ill llilie. Mrieo rl! icl'sVllollld lake a hand in I he inai t.-r. V. S. Ilalhawav. of Moxic... it is saitl, will lik- ly he nominat'-d our show windows. We a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1900

W. t Kowlks, Vice-I'res. FARMERS' MUTUAL Fire and Lightning In surance Co. -01'- MEXICO MISSOURI. ASSKTS: Premium Notei. . Cash 4S8 50 S20 S Tola! $ 35 309 18 We furnish you good Tire Insurance nt half the usual cost. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. .TAX. 23, 1900 HOG RAISING. Will Furnish Your Meat, Pay Your Taxes and Help Lift the Mort gage. J.W. Holer of AiixTiissi, writ ing lo the Fulton Sun, t.-lis Home good things about hog raising in the following article: I con -Mer it good Img one of tlx: mo4 profit, able animals the firmer raise. Every farmer can ami should raise a few hogs. I can take one good sow and mint) enough pigs from her to make all the meat and lurJ I need for my use and se enough to pay my taxes besidtH. I h ive nuide more and quick money irom raising hogs tliiin from any other stock that I liuve raised on the farm. Now, as it will soon be time lor sow.' to farrow it is in-ce-n uy to arraiio to save the pigs. Aliou two weeks before furrowing time a sow hIiohM have a bed to...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1900

TO THE Message. Mexico, Mo., From the Congressional Record, December 16, THE FINANCIAL BILL. OF CHAMP CLARK, OF MISSOURI, Saturday, December 16, 1899. The Hiiuh. helnr In Committee of the Whole od Ibe stale of the Union, utul bavins' under consideration the lilll ill. K I) entitled "A liill to define and tlx the standard (f value, tn main tain the parltv of h'I forms of money issued or coljed by the 1'ultcd Stales, sun tor other pur poses" Mr. CLAKK of Missouri said: Mr. Chairman : Republican jubila tion over the result of the recent elec tions is one of the most amazing phe nomena that I have observed in forty nine years of tabernacling in the flesh. Laughter. It r-ininds me of a story I once heard. A young physician wns called in a case of great delicacy. When he returned to the office, h's veteran partner asked him how he got along. "First rate." replied the youthful disciple of .Cscu lapiua. "The mother and baby are both dead, but I saved the old man.'" Great laughter. So with t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 January 1900

tional agreement that landed him in the White Houae. So says Hon. John M. Thurston, Republican Senator from Nebraaka. The pledge of inter national bimetallism held enough Silver Republicans in line to give the election to Mr. McKinley. KKPUFLICAN DECEPTION IN 18. Indeed, all over the Western country we declared what we believed then to be true, and what we know now, that if the Republicans carried the country they would establish the gold standard by law. They denied the charge with indignation and boldly and falsely as severated that they were better silver men than we were that they were ad vocating a practicable and we an im practicable theory of restoring silver to its ancient place of honor in the coinage system of the world. Marvel ous to tell, multiplied thousands be lieved them, swallowed the bait, and voted with them which is proof posi tive that all the fools are not dead yet, or at any rate were not dead in 18. It will not do for Western Republi can gold-standard advocate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 February 1900

5SAGE VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 1, 1900. NUMBER 14 If you Receive This Papsr as a Sample Copy, Don't Fear, We are Only Kindly Asking You to Subscribe. $1,00 per Yr ,OTTT?f k. v. -"J JUL. X , News and Comsncnt DC1 X Tell J'tmi neighbor it in tin- Mi:ss(ii:. Iisil vou saw St() till' IISC (if tobacco; would undo one nf tin trusts. No dilVorenee wliiit paper rt'iul last year, read tin- M i this car. that Villi -At. I. Those resolut ions by tin- Wells yillc l'lt'i1 Silver (.'lub havi' about the right riiir. Andy Locke, colored, who used to like beer, lias served his time in tin- pen and returned to Mexico. Don't judge from out ward up pearehec, many people look as tin, tln'ir religion didn't agree wilh tlii'in. We re lint swearing by ihe SI. Louis Kopllblie; lint al toget In T. Too much orporal ion intiiK-ii- there. Missouri is wiping nut her bond ed debt. Over .UOO.iioo paid in that direction wit Inn t In last two IIKIlll lis. 0v-iov. JJoies of Iowa serv...

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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. — 1 February 1900

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor ntid Proprietor. Entered at the Pontoflice at Mexieo, Mo., m serond-eliifM mutter. Terms of SubsrriiitioH : One Year Six Months.... Thns Months.. . . ,$l.oo, . 50 cents. .25 cents THURSDAY, FEH. 1, 1JMM). anncune&m&nds. We arc authorized to iiiiiiuuih-c M. U. K. HHiiiS a emidklHtr for Mate Senator fur 1 1 1 i dis trict, subject, to the nctioii of tin1 Demo cratic putty. Ske the Mkssaok grow! The Hritish were the under doe; in the fight again last week. See the Message grow! New names being added to our list every day. The Mkssack is a newspaper and we also believe in speaking out editorially just what we think. It is thought that. Secretary Uage must be disgruntled about something. He said the other day that lie believed the Hoers' would lick the English and sincerely hoped they would. Here is more treason in the MeKittley eamp, and (lage isn't Irish, either. How the poor would be saved taxes had we an income tax these ...

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 February 1900

THE MESSAGE TmTH!)AY. I'BIl . 1, WOO. L. T. I'asley f Hu li Hill fattor'n ever since his serious Hess several months sin ce. ill Cenroo and l'ulph l)enii. near Champ, have 1"() acres of sod land broken for t lit spring phintiiir. A great religious revival is on at Die Christian Church in (Vntrnlia. ( ver persons have united with the ehureh. Joe Wah and Yon Lit, Mexico's representatives of the Chines' Em pire, gave a supper to n nundier of their friends Sunday night. Zinc ore has lieen iliseovered on a farm north of Louisiana in Pike county. An Kastern syndicate has offered .)), 000 for KM) acres of the iand. P. (i. Barrick, in the vicinity of Kush 1 1 ill, has rented his fai-ni to Thomas Hook and will move to St.liouis and engage in the restau rant business. Rev. Walter M. Langtry, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Lud douia, has been called to the pas torate of the Prank Memorial Church of St. Louis. Mr. Pred Roberts, who has a po sition in St. Louis, and Miss Mat tie Cunningham...

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 February 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. FEH. 1, 1! WANTS VEST'S PLACE. The St. Joseph Man's Way of Settling Contempt Cases. Washington, Jan. - .Iwljre Spencer of St. Joseph, Mo., i.-iii'nil counsel for the Chicago, Burling ton & Quincy railroad, will he a candidate, for tin Senate to otic reed Mr. Vest. Judge Spencer 1ms been in Washington for the past ten days, and the news of his intentions hi leaked out much Ins arrival. St. Joseph, Mo., Jan The announcenieut ol the candidacy of Judge Spencer for the Senate re calls a story about him when he was circuit Judge. Stephen S. Drown, a hwyer practicing at the bar, had male soma remarks which Jnclge Stephens considered insul ting, during the trkl of a case. Judge Spencer never lined a law yer for contempt, (luring tho whole time ho was on the bench. He had ft method of his own for deal ing with such cases. After the trial ho called Brown up in front ot the bar. "Steve," he siid, l,yoii made a remark a while ago in which 1 think you intended to insult...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 February 1900

M ESSAGE. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1900. NUMBER 15 U If you Receive This Paper as a Sample Copy, Don't Fear, Weare Only Kindly Asking You to Subscribe. $1,00 per Yr rjficar.awi-ra.-jcf. Wnwv: r'w a m. r wm torn OURI - News and Comment It in tlioujjlit it will lie a lute liritiiiirv in tliis county Slrinijjc )nt true, sonic laws tlic liecanse tlicy arc not executed. Tlic liners iiiv jre:it tnippers. And that i- wluit lolm Hull is lie ejiiiiiin; to think. If a yoiinyr man must sow his Wild Oills, liolter lint mix too tllllrll liarh'.v and rc with llicui. Fad. There shnnhl he inure leisure for iin-ii of luisiness ami more liiisincss for turn of leisure. I'xcrv man should register his letir:iiinal ion to ote this vear. That is x our ilulx as an Ameriean citieti. Some people olllit to keep their nioiil hs closed more thru the dav as well as thru the nivht. Trm here ill Mexico. When ii iii.in .i.ets tu earn hi',' a picture in his waiel, it is s;ij, tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 February 1900

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the PoHtofJli-e nt Mexico, Mo., M second-class matter. Terms of Subscription: One Yer Sit Month.... Three Month.. . ..$1.00. .50 cents. .25 cents THURSDAY, FEB. X. law. anno une& m&nzs. Wo are aiitliitrlzftl to announce M. K. K. liHitiS a candidate feir State Senator fur tlii dis trlct. subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. Truth vs. Abuse. There is an occurence related in nn old familiar book concernin; 11 certain man who felt himself called upon to preach, lie came from the wilderness and preached the bap tism of repentance. But when he saw many of the phurisees and saddueees come to him for baptism lie Baid, O generation of vipers, who hath warned you to tlee from the wrath to come? Now, if that utterance were used in these days we suppose people would call it abuse. But it was not abuse; it was only the truth. So, for instance, if we say the St. Louis Republic is not for free sil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 February 1900

4 THE MESSAGE TIll'USDAV. FKI1. 8, 1!MK). C U. linker, .Mayor of Lwhlotiiii, will be in the met? for Sheriff. Corn in Molino neighborhood is selling ut two dollars a liarrel. I. V). lbioktier, hardware mer chant at Auxvasse, has assigned. K. C. Waters, of Vnndulin, is mentioned as a probable eandidate for the Legislature. IJemenibcr that the Mi;ss.un of. fiee is at the head of the stairs in the Kubrick Mock. Come to see us. Clarence 1 Jerry of near Howena has bought the (10 acre farm of (he IJcnry Adams heirs, paying $22 er acre. Taylor Ucrry will he announced in the race for Assessor at the proper time for the opening of the eanvass. The brokers, of Mexico, are go ing to tiit linsini'ss. Loaning money in small iianti(ies dosn't pay as it once did. A Skunk routed a St. Louis family from their home the other day. It was a stampede equal to the Uritish at Npion Kop. Chairman Welter, of the County Democrat it; Committee, says he will call a. meeting of the mittee in Mexico .March 10, c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 February 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. FEB. 8, WOO Charles Slump and F. S. Mr ris have inircliiiseil t lie James L'zzle farm of 2!)() acres, six miles north east of Mexico. That spelling contest in the basement of the Christian ehurch last Thursday night proved a most enjoyable occasion. Webster's old blue-back speller was used and it is said some of the spellers couldn't spell a little spell. London Truth tells this little in cident: A band of Boer ambulance men met after one of the recent engagements in South Africa an English patrol. The Boers were thirsty and asked the men of the patrol to give them a little water. "With pleasure," they replied, "if you will drink it to the health of the Queen." The Boers, after consulting together, replied that they had no objection to drinking to the health of the (juccn, pro vided that they might add to the toast "and to the destruction of Cecil Rhodes," as they regarded the latter as the cause why men who had no ill feeling toward each other were fighting. T...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 February 1900

Mes SAGE VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAJN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 1900. NUMBER 16 K If you Receive This Paper as a Sample Copy, Don't Fear, We are Only Kindly Asking You to Subscribe. $1,00 per Yr rfcTT-oT $ News and Comment 8 The new road law went into ef fect tlic first of this month. Advice is a cheap medicine lul usually a kooiI ne. This eold weather has kept the reliaMe hens out of luisiucss. "Wat" Crow, of Farlier, is call ed l-ast Audrain's sweet sine, r. Certainly, a man's money takes wind's when he jjocs out on a "lark." Seems soincl niie.s i i.i, me fool kider is a hm ways liehmd with his work. The editor of the Columliia Statesman olijeets to liem;,' dulilied "Colonel." A liai'helor may have no real happiness hut he may escape a 'heap' ' of misery. A Vaudilia y;irl calls her lieaii "Sweei William." J lope he'll al wax s keep sweet . lolui Crow, formerly of Farlier, is realizing handsomely on mining Jiroperly at .lopliu. .Marshall is to have its fourth l)eiiiocratic ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 February 1900

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proiuictor Kntcred at the IWofliec nt Mexico, Mo., as second-clos matter. Term of tSuhscriplinn : One Year Six Montlu... Three Month. . . .$1.00. . 50 cents. . 25 cents THURSDAY, FKIl. V, 1. anno une& m& nzs. We are authorized tn announce M. K. K. HHHiS candidate fur State Senator for lliit di trlct. subject to tin- action "f tin' Demo cratic party. About Destiny. W. J. Hrynn is the greatest American of them nil. He was thrashed ly his opponents in ls'ltj. Tliey seemed to enjoy tin; defeat they gave him, hut you keep hear ing Dryan reiterate that if the de feat of the policies which he advo cated henelitled the country (licit he. is more than glad of the reverse l:e met. Hut the country has not jet been benefitted, and Hrynn is yet the man of destiny. Hut 1'iryan is too niiMlcst to talk overly much about his own desti ny, so he talks about the country's destiny. Down in New York the other day lie gave ullcraiici to ...

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