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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 January 1902

7 Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUA RY 9, 1902. NUMBER 10 i; 1800 BEER CASES. Montgomery County Doing a Little Prosecuting. JeffersouCity,Mo.,Jan .4. Mor ton Jordou, attorney for the An heuser Busch Brewiug Co. and the William J. Lemp Brewing Co. se eded from Judge Marshall of the Supreme Court today writs of pro hibition prohibiting Judge E. M. llugt'8 from trying 1,800 prosecu tions in Montgomery County for alleged violations of the beer law. This proeeeding will involve the construction of the sn-enlled " com promise act," and whether a pros ecuting attorney shall be permitted to institute such an enormous num ber of prosecutions charging the same alleged offense. Claude It. Ball instituted these 1,800 eases. These writs are re turnable to court en bane Jan. 27. Worcester news letter to late for publication last week. Joe Ringo and family, of near Worcester, moved to St. Louis luBt week. E. M. Rowland and family have moved back ...

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. — 9 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JAN. 0, 1002 Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Kilter! ttt tll l'uHtufUt'V lit Ml'aivo, Mo., sa (tcond-al:is matter. Cahrik Nation is coming to town. Da mahf. suits getting thick in this county. TilK Boers lire still knocking out the British in South Africa. Tiik Fnrber Forum, like the MnssAiir:, stands put for n State priinnry. That Pacific Cable to the Phil ippines will mostlikely not le if the wireless route will work. In some quarters of Audrain the renters are kicking against the high prices landlords ore asking for rent. Bi:ai Tim. winter weather the past few days. The fanners are rejoicing, as it requires less feed for stock. Tub St. Lout Chronicle pub lishes a picture of Miss Leila Hal lee, of this city, who will be a can didate for Couuty Treasurer. M. K. llt'FPMAN pays for the Mkhhaub till the 4th of July, l'.HKJ. How it would gladden the editor's heart if about 500 others of our friends would entne iu and imitate Mr. Huffman...

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. — 9 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAfc. 0. 1902 XX. HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. S The Mormons are making ninny converts iu Germany. Mrs. J. D. Miller is seriously sick with pneumonia. J. D. McKee is a candidate for re-election as City Collector. Rev. J. J. Porter is assisting in a revival meeting at Lamar. W. A. King, near Thompson, will move to Lincoln, Nebraska. J. 13. Woolery, near Thompson, is up, after uu attuek of measles. P. E. Locke's many friends are glad to see him able to bo arouud agaiu. Miss Puttie Guthrie left this week for Old Mexico, where she will teach. Ceutralia is to have a combina tion fine horse sale on February 19th and 20th. Martha Geddig, colored, of this city, has been taken to the asylum for the insane. Miss Nettio Ilarrisou, of this eity, is atteudiug Gem City Busi ness College at Quincy, 111. T. M. Kimball, near Benton City, has sold his farm to V. D. Sholk, of Ceutralia, for $13,5X. Claude Asbury, lute with the Black Flag, uow has a position with a grocery store in Cen...

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. — 9 January 1902

em THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. ). HtOJ j lnTh Kabrloh Building. 7ri of Snbtcription: On Yr i. uu ail Month vj Thru Mutitlis The Power of Tradition. The well known iiaturii list, Ernest Seton-Tliotnpson, recently found himself in a scrape which illustrates the density of noine peo ple's minds and the puissance (if n well-established eon vent ion. Mr. Scion-Thompson went into the wilds of Colorndo to hunt bnr not with a rifle or trap, hut with a camera, lie encouutered there a game warden who arrested him on the charge of violating the game laws ninl hauled him to the nearest town, where the jury, on hearing that the prisouer and his party hud 110 gun and were bent on purely artistic capture of bird and beast, quickly decided that they were not guilty. It turned out that the intelligent wardeu had taken Mr. Ncton-Thompaoii'a camera for a bear trap. This is about equal to the prosecution of n temperenee house for selling liquor without license, but. two things have come of it; a game wa...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 January 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1902. NUMBER 11 THAT "DORG" AGAIN. He's a Bone of Contention Claimed In St. Louis. lion. Rhodes Cluy bought u dog on tin; streets of Mexico about three weeks since, sold under exe cution to settle costs in u law suit. The said "dorg" brought $3.2.), but now he is claimed in St. Lou is, and there limy be further "pro ceedings." In reference to the mutter the St. Louis Republic tsu.vs : The Rev. W. (J. Donnan, n Baptist minister, near Florissant, has quit preaching the gospel long enough to go to Mexico, Mo., for the purpose of identifying a valu able hunting dog belonging to Robert Hyatt, one of his parish oners. The dog is just now the subject of litigation in Audrain county. He is in the actual possession of Rhodes Clay, the Audrain county Representative in the Legislature, who is said to have bought him at a sale for a debt, but there nre others who claim title to him. From the description...

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. — 16 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JAN. 16, 1!0: Published Every Thursdny, John Boal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the IViUifllcc at Mexico, Mo., toconil-clinn oittUir. Death claimed four citizen of Mexico withiu twenty-four hours this week. Verily, no man knows what a day may bring forth. Richard Choker has unit the leadership of Tammany Hall, iu New York. Even yet, some men know when it is time to quit. Out good neighbor, the Intelli gencer, has entered its 47th vol ume. True enough, the Intelli gencer grows better with age. CiiAMr Clark is still delivering sledge hammer blows in favor of a State primary to settle the Sena torial question Whatever the State committee may think best to do, Clark is on the right side of the question. In the words of Bryan's Com moner, some jKJople think that Providence has called upon us to surrender the principles of our own government in order to give the Filipinos a government which they do not wnut. Medical authorities at Manila assert that a considerab...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 10. 1902 XX HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. S J. K. Jesse is ou tho sick list. Mrs. 0. W. Ham has moved to Hannibal. Born, to Charles II. Spotts wood aud wife, a son. The J. I. DobytiH damage claim against the city has been eomnro mined. Circuit Court docket in this issue of the Message. Court opens next Monday. There wns a fall of three feet of snow in Pennsylvania last Satur day and Sunday. "Uncle Billie" Wells, buried in this city yesterday, was called the oldest man in Moberly. Hon. W. II. Kenuau has sold his 10. acre farm, west of Mexico, to J. T. Johnsou for $3,150 The cold storage plant at Han nibal burned Monday and 12,000 barrels of apples were cooked. Rev. F. M. Shoush, who grad uates booh in ostooopathy at Kirks ville, will open au office iu this city. Dr. J. C. Armstrong, of the Central Baptist, St. Louis, preach ed at the Mexico Baptist church last Sunday. Robert Piusmore, pnssetiger conductor ou the C. & A. for years, died of pueumonia in Min nes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 January 1902

- "Xj.-.X-. ill i v If -' ; 1 miJL&sA Gjl THURSDAY, JAN. 10. 1902 In The Kabrleh Building. Ttrm of Subscription: Ou Ye Il.uu till Montha.... W Thri Month. '-'i ABOUT INSECT PESTS. Has Ileal IuhIi with Olhar Intacta In Hawaiian talaadt. Fw countries have aulTored more from the introduction of Imect pests than tha Hawaiian lilandK. Tha two t i chief products of these Islands are sugar and coffee, while a considerable amount of fruit is also grown. Along with the imported trees came tbelr in sect enemies, notably the scale Insect and the aphis. In the course of time these increased so prodigiously that they threatened to destroy tbe Indus- tries of the country. Man Is doomed to a constant struggle against nature, and he Is often compelled, s) to speak, to fight her with Jier own weapons. So It was in this case. The trees were bolng destroyed by Insects; remedy: Import more Insects. So In 1890 a cer tain ladybird (Vedalla cardlnalis) was sent over from Australia. It became nnipletel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 January 1902

The "Message" and Bryan's Com moner one year, . $1.65 The Orttflnat Dollar Paper at the County Mexico Missouri Message Seat VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1902. NUMBER 12 ' APRIU6. That's the Date for the Cpuntyand Congres sional Primary Chanty Clark's Friends Are Watchlntf Blllle Stone The Audrain Conury Democrat ic Ceutral Committee met nt the Court House in Mexico Inst Satur lny. There were but two absent members 13. R. Long, of Centra lia, and T. J. Oatewood, of Skiu uer. Chairman A. D. Bledsoe, who will be n candidate for county Clerk, offered his resignation an a member of the committee. After some hesitation, the committee adopted a motion to accept the resignation. Dan Quintan was elected as a member to succeed Mr. Bledsoe. " - W. A. Wayne, of South Salt River, R. L. Barnes, of Sating, and W. O. Hostetter, of Cuivre, were placed in nomination for chairmau. Hostetter received 11 votes, Barnes 5 and Wayne U. Hostetter declared elected. Secr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. JAN. 2.'J, 1902 Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the I'ostoflice at Mexico, Mo., ii second -class matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS, COUNTY TREASURRH. Wr are authorized to announce JAMES IJRADLF.Y a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the action of tbo Democratic primary April 2fi. REPRESENTATIVE. Wo arc authorized to announce RHODES CLAY as a candidate for Representative of Au drain'county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, April 2i. COUNTY COLLECTOR. We are authorized to announce WILLIAM VIVIOX us a candidate for County Collector, sub ject to the action of tho Democratic pri mary. April Sfl. CIRCUIT CLERK. We are Authorized to announce WILL n. MORRIS a'caudlrtate for Circuit Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary April "HI. It's Coming. The State Democratic; Com mittee at St. Louis last Saturday by a vote of 19 to 10 decided against the plan for a Stiite pri mary to settle the Senatorial question....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 23. 1902 Q HAPPENED AND HAPPEWINC. g Blake Cautliorn will likely lo cate in Texas. L. Meeks and Win. Meeks moved here from Santa Fe. have A case of small pox was reported at the Military Academy last week. M. Jordan's residence, south of the railroad, was destroved by Are last Saturday. Loss, $1,500; in sured for $1,000. Iu our announcement column this week you will find the name of James Bradley, County Treasurer. candidate for VV. P. Ball, of Rush Hill, has decided, for the present, not to move to Colorado. Hope he'll de cide to remain iu Audrain. J. P. Dobyus' residence in this city, caught fire in the roof last Saturday. Saved by fire depart ment, but damaged about $200. Cantou, Mo., voted this week, by a big majority, for bonding the town for $20,000 for putting in its own electric light plant and water works. Charles Peck, who was raised in the community of Long Branch, northwest of Mexico, is a new reader of the Message at Billings, Montana. M. B. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 January 1902

' 1 ' - fj; ..s X THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 190:! InTh Kabrlch Building. Ttrms of Subscript ion: Om "Ymr ii.m Mix Months "....M Tures Months.... i..'. 25 CORN FODDER DISEASE. Bulletin to Farmers by the Board of AUrlcul ture. Columbia, Mo., Jan. lfi. Sec retary George B. Ellis, of the State board of agriculture, ha made public the following facts touching tho corn fodder disease now prevalent in this State: Numerous reports have been re ceived during the past few weeks t hut cattle, horses and mules huvc died from indigestion, brought on by feeding too much dry fodder, wormy eoru or straw, while in some cases the symptoms arc simi lar to those of sorghum poisoning or poison that cattle sometimes get when turned iuto fresh stalk fields. It is altogether a different ailment, and can bo prevented with some precaution. If wormy corn is fed it should be shelled and screened in order to take the dust out of it. If stoek are in u stalk field they should hnye plenty of water and salt re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 January 1902

ALL THE COUNTY AND TO THE POINT THE 'ORIGINAL DOLLAR PAPER AT THE COUNTY SEAT Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1902. NUMBER 13 TWO CHILDREN. They Are Arraigned Be ' fore Judge Hughes. Sentenced to Three Years In the Reform School. Two very young criminals were brought into the Circuit Court last Friday a boy aged 12 and an other aged but 10. It was on un usual and rather sad sight. They were reasonably well clad, but with unkept hair aud, from ap pearances, were not very close to cleanliness and godliness in per sou generally. But, pity for the boys. The older is named Charlie Hoak and has a mother, and the other one, named Leslie Willingham, has both parents, but the parents of neither were in court. The boys were charged with breaking into Luekie & Gant's grocery store last October and stealing some tobac co. Why should these children be tempted to steal tobaccot The younger, as the Prosecuting Attorney stated, had be...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1902 Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entc-rrd at lh Poatofllce- at Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. HKrRESENTATIVE. T arf authorlxod to announce RHODES CLAY a candidate, (or Representative! of Au drain count;, subject to tlm aoliuii of the JVmocratle primary, April Irt. COUNTY TREASURER. TV are authorised to announce JAMES BRADLEY a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the action of the Democratic primary April M. CIRCUIT CLERK. Xt are authorized to announce WILL II. MORRIS a candidate for Circuit Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary April W. COUNTY RECORDER. are. authorized to announce S. E. KENDALL a candidate for County Recorder, subject to tbo action of the Democratic primary April 20. Wo are authorized to announce CLIFTON T.JESMB as a candidate for County Recorder, sub ject to the action of the Democratic pri mary, April an. We arc authorized to announce J.T. WILLIAMS as a candi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 30. 1902 XX HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. XX Cold weather here got down to ten degrees below zero Sunday night. Mrs. Mary Battery, of Florence, Kansas, died this week of blood poisoning, caused by the prick of a pin. Rev. 0. W. Petty, who moves to Walker, Mo., will have charge of. four Presbyterian churches in that section. Good milk cows are said to be in demand on the city market. If you've got a bank of money to draw on for feed it's all right. A. D. Bledsoe is a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primary" April 26. Announcement iu the Message this week. Iu our announcement column you will find the name of S. E. Kendall, a caudidate for Couuty Recorder, subject to the Democrat ic primary April 20. The Sturgeon Leader office suf fered a disastrous fire receutly and a philanthropic subscriber sent the editor a check for $50, paying his subscription to 1052. Farber has quite an industry iu the coal mining business. Charlie Peter...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 January 1902

THE MESSAGE TI1URSDAY, JAN. 30, 1902 InThaKabrUh Building. Ttrms of Subscription: On Tsar till Months Thrss Months. .II.UO ....SO ....Si Clark and the Boers. Washington, D. C, Jan. 25. Representative Chimp Clnrk, of Missouri, today introduced a joint resolution in the House declaring the people of the United States feel a strong sympathy with the people of the South African re public and Orange Free States that they are pained at the reports of the preesnt suffering of these Christian people aud unite ia 9 hope that this declaration, which the House and Senate feel it their duty to make, will be favorably considered by the government of Great Britain. Talked Slaves. Washington, Jan. 23. The dis cussion in the House today turned ujmju slavery iu the Jolo group iu the Philippines. Mr. Gaines, of Tennessee, who had visited the group, said the United States of ficers told him they could do uoth to stop slavery because of the treaty between tho United States and the sultan. Mr. Moody, of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 February 1902

ALL THE COUNTY AND TO THE POINT Mexico Missouri Message. DOLLAR PAFEt AT THE COUNTY tZAT VOLUME HI. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1902. NUMBER 14 C.A A. PAYS CLAIMS CUPID'S SHAFT. In Michigan it is a criminal of- FIFTY-SECOND SESSION. FROM NEBRASKA. fense to dock a horse's tail. Rohn Gets $500,Humphrles, A Glance, a Word, a and Then a Wed ding. Kiss, The Hannibal District Con ference In This City. There will be no Missouri this year, peach crop in so they say. A Former Mexico Man Has a Few Words. $400, and Fisher, $75. HOPE ON, TOIL ON. Dr. G. D. McCall, of Fulton, C. & A. physician for the Branch, was here last Thursday to take home Mr. Humphries the last of the wreck patients. Green assisted E. S. Gant, claim agent, in his settlement for damages sustained in the wreck which occurred last Friday a week ago four miles south of this city. Joe Itohu gets $500, J. C. Hum phries gets $400, aud Chas. Fisher, $75. The Alton officials have been prompt and fair...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. FED. C, 190'J Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered at tho Postofllce at Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. REHIESENTATIVE. We are auvfiorlitcfl to announce RHODES CLAY us a candidate for Representative of Au drain county, subject to the action of tin1 Democratic primary, April '.II. COUNTY TREASURER. We are authorized to announce JAMES BRADLEY a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the action of tho Democratic primary April We arc authorized to announce MISS LELLA SALLEE a candidate for County Troasurcr, sub ject to tlie action of tho Democratic pri mary, April Jft. CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce WILL II. MORRIS a candidate for Circuit Clerk subject to the action of tho Democratic primnry April si. Wc are authorized to announce J. C. liUCKNKIl ft candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to tho action of tho Democratic primary. April 2tl. COUNTY RECORDER. We are authorized to announce S. E. KENDALL ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 February 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1902 Q HAPPENED AND HAPPENING.fi County Court is in session week. this No new cases Mexico lately . of smallpox in C. It. Gibbs will not bo iu the nice for Circuit Clerk. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James Ward, south of this city, a son. Pate S. Morris, Jr., late of near Thompson, is now located at Chickasaw, I. T. The State against Tom Jones will be tried in Montgomery coun ty on change of venue. A theater party of about thirty persons from Vaudulia was here to the show Monday night. J. VV. Rouse, of this city, made a shipment of bee supplies this week to Shawnee, Oklahoma. T.W.Cnrtcr, proprietor of the Uin go Hotel here underwent an operation for appendicitis iu St. Louis this week. We announce in this issue C. T. Allen a candidate for Probate Judge, subject to the action of the Democratic primary April 26. Lakenan & Barnes have sold for S. R. Allison the latter's 197 acre farm, south of Mexico, to W. J. McDill, of Illinois, for 4,500. A. Bucklin, late ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 6 February 1902

THE MESSAGE visits europe. THURSDAY. FEB. 6, 1901! InTha Kabrleh Building. Doctor Poland Tells of Trip Last Summer. His Term of Subscription: une Yr-sr ; n.m Sis Months M, Three Months , BIDDLES RIDDLED. Wife of Jailer Warden tempts Suicide. At re- Th following sensational port comes from Pittsburg Taj Edward Biddle, dyinar in jail at Butler; John Biddle, riddled with buckshot and in a precarious con dition, and Mrs. Peter K. Soffel lying in the hospital with a self inflicted bullet wound in the breast that is the sequel of the sensa tional escape of the Biddle broth ers from the Alleghany county jail aided by Mrs. Soffel, the wife of the jail warden, on Thursday morning. The close of the Biddle tragedy came late this afternoon on a lone i , ly, snow-coverea roaa. two nines east of Prescott, Butler county, near Mount Chestnut. Two double- team sleighs, filled with eight ofll cers, three of them Pittsburg de tectives, John Roach, Albert Swin- hart and Charles McGovern, met the two Bi...

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