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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 March 1902

Mis Message. VOLUMIi III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1902. NUMBER 20 M SOURI Starlet! J lie Trouble One ttcrehan! Kills Another. Howling ( ii rcii. .Id., March 1.'!. The I rial of Daniel linwi'ii. mi the charge "I murdering Wright (ilium. i in progress lii-fi'. I'xiwi'ii is ii politician jt Tnl busi ness in;. ii. Tin' prosecution is backed by (.ilium's father. wln is wealthy. .1. !. Iln-ii'lii-r. ii-ivi:ini pros ecuting i 1 1 1 1 I" 1 1 , is haditlg the proseeut ion .'iinl is assisted by .1 . W. dump. ! eiiting attorney; Frustus Peai-sici. I i 1 1 1 -1- prosecut ing III lort-'V : 1'oriniT SrlUlior I). W . Major end T. I!. M i 1 1 1 n is . Tin- lawyers fur the defense arc niilA. Hull, Samm-I Sparrow mill (ieorge Fiuei-son, former pros ecuting attorney. Howcii is a Ketituekinn ami is .1.1 years old. Ili' t-aiTi' tn Ashley, seven miles sutilh of this town, 20 years i ami started a stun:. Slmrtly al'li'r ! and soft-pointed lialls. Howcii began business, (iillu...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 March 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MARCH 'Jo, PHJ Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor, Iili'ctvil lit tlic I'ddtoDU'i' at Mcxlvu. Mo., iih si'ooiid-i'las!" mutter. Miss Hkxkn Gocu is )m itiK horses in Missouri next Indeed Missouri is a great horse State. Lkt 1). R. Fkancjs beware how lit; allows that talk to go on alioiit his prospective candidaey for President on the Democratic ticket. Tmk annual conference of the1 Methodist Church held nt Brook- Held lastweek elected Revs. 11. C DayholT and 1. F. Stone us dele-1 gates to the annunl Anti-Saloon Ee-aguc convention. Gov. At.TuKi.D is now dead and many of the big city papers are full of praise for him. lie was too much n friend of the common people and the lowly for their praise while he was ulive. Tiik Mkssaok was conversing with a farmer the other day who made the observation that the bucket shops which have been op erating in most of the big and lit tle towns of the State for a year have hurt worse than last season's drou...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 March 1902

1 v hi) 77iT MESSAGE THUHSDAY, MARCH 20. 1002 ANNOUNCEMENTS. HKI'KKSKNTATIVK. Wi' are authorized to announce HIIODKS CI.AY ss a cftiicl il:iti fur licprosontativo uf Au drain county. subject to the action of the Democratic primary, April :.i). COI.'NTY TKEASrKKH. We ro authorized to uiinoiiiifc .lAMKS l:ltI)I.KY 11 candidate for ( utility Treasurer, subject to the action of the Democratic pritimry April ,''. We uro authorized to announce MISS I, Kl.l. A SAU.l'K n candidate for County Treasurer, sub ject to tin' action of tin' Democratic pri nmry. April :M. Wo uri' authorized to announce IIAKDY DooI.IN a candidate for Count v Treasurer, sub ject to tin1 action of tin' Democratic pri timry, April -ii. t'lKXTTT CI.KKK. Vi nn' authorized to announce WII.I, II. MOKUIS h riiniitiliiti' for Circuit Clerk subject to the notion of tin; Democratic primary April We are authorized to unnoiinci' .1. C. HUCKNM'.K a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject, to the action of tlx- Democratic primary, Ap...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 March 1902

T . i 1-1 i mm mwm ssc. n rnmm suite mi j 1 ; X ic i Si d it l25 t -i t nr r..n h I- ;m1. Ili-lt TIIt'KSDAY. MAKt'tl --L r-i.:; -"sc s rKir 01 ""VWIicii iuj V!k-m H;u C;:;t.'i- . ler JcsJc-r. t!,-iirs Wi'l Mm. In The Kabrich TJi ikliny. Tlu- man !" viould r t .u a cvke of ire v.. foul f-ii would 1-1' r.,11 t'lrn i! rray. v, i it i- : v.-ry -ii:in! n thin;.' f.r :i vcr--. 1 li" i' ! I v 1 t'i 1 1. 1 0 -Lai 1 ri a cool ('..'V.;'!:-.. J 1 1 -1 , !..,.,,, .. .., ,. ,,. . r.r,. , , , -I I' I I . . 1 -.' .. . I ' . . '-':'' ft I ".'i , . I. I , . 11 . . I. I . '. . u v I -1 1 .1 I ". .a iiil.;' i Ire II. ' . .M: '''ll IJ. W. V Hi; I. a ha.al ( 1 m u !! mi. I ti ''" III'" I' ! .1 : "i I lii1 ' );!,. .11 Wi'!'.', 11 .ii.,' . . 1 .! 1 :.- - 1: .-- Ti..; ! 1. . '.I.-. ; :.' Ivi'l.i; . .M.i .'I - ;! Moli.lav . .M.i' . . ! -n .... .. I 1 I'M .TW 1 r.l,. I. . I .. . 1 II.. I'I. IMo.tl 1 H ' 1 t I ! 1;,. . . 1 . . . 1 . - 1 ft .. . i- 1.1,1 vttyj pilllt te, M'(.iM: It' 1- ll.'tl.l V. I hi.; il Sn...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 March 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1902. NUMBER 21 V FROM MONTANA. The Country and the Audrain Settlers. Missoula, Mon., March I t, 1902. Df.ah li'KADKus orTin: Mkss.vik: Our goose (iiil! is tuned up this morning, ami we shall proceed to chronicle a few thoughts. Altho nearly 2,000 miles apart, it may seem strange to you that we have Friday's (ilo!c-I)einoerat and the MkssauK for our Saturday night's reading. They usually come to us arm in arm on .Saturday's "over land." Verily, we Americans are rustlers of the first dye. Affairs in Northwest Montana and the Hitter Root valley are tak ing on a new impetus as the farm ing season approaches. You can hear the dingle of the implements in the different tool houses as the sturdy farmer proceeds to make a thoro inspection to see that every article is in apple-pie order, bright and sharp. Nature's (.Sod with balmy days and beautiful rays has lifted the white blanket that has kept old M...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 March 1902

Moved! I have moved my : office to the south side of the Public Square. , Entrance: First door rust . of French & Ourtctt's dint; : store. DR. BAGHMAN, Dentist. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1902 Published Evrry Thursday. John Benl, Editor and Proprietor Entered nt thu rnxtoniiT tit Mexico, Mo., ns wcoiid-clus mutter. "'(tKT work; it is better than what yon work to Ret." Next Tuesday the school elec tions over the county will lie held. Mkxico will never be what she should he till there is more em ployment for laboi here. Tub papers are still discussing the postponement of the World's Fair till 1!0 or 1 .. (!ov. Dot.'KKHY lias joined the doubting Thomases, predieling that the World's Fair will no! he held in V.ID.'t. A Fhik.ni at Rush Hill, in a private letter to this office, adds: "Sueeess to your clean, nice, cii tleniauly paper." That young man, Walter llureh. of Laddouia, is eertainly coining lo the front as a debater at the Mis souri University. Ti!K Murlinsburg Enterprise...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 March 1902

THE MESSAGE, 1 THURSDAY, MARCH 27. 1902 ANNOUNCEMENTS. KKHlKSK.STATIVi;. Wo nrc authorized to announce ItllOl.KS CLAY a rniullilatc fur Ucrcscntatlvc i( Au ilraln rmmly, (ulijfct to tin1 action of tin' 1 )i-iiicrn tlr "primary. April t'Ot'NTY TKKASlliKH. We nrc uiitliorl.i'il to announce .1 AM KS ItKAIll.KY a I'liwllilntc for County Treasurer, subject to the iit'tloit of tin' licmocratle primary April "'' We urc mitliorlzcil to utiiiuinn'n MISS l.KIXA SAI.I.KK it rniullilatc forCoiintv Treasurer, Ject to tin! action of the Democratic iniiry. April UH. Wc nrc iiiitlioric.l to timioutico HAKDY IIOOMN n I'Hiidlilnti' for ('limit v Treasurer. Hllll- pri- null- Jed to tin-action of the Democratic pri iniiry. April .11. ciKcrrr ct.r.HK. Wc nrc iiiitlmrizcd to aiiuouiuc vi i.i. it. Mounis a canillilatc for Circuit Clerk subject to (lie iiction of the Democratic prinmry April VH. We lire authorized to iiiinoiiiicc .1. C. I'.rcKN'KR n candidate for Circuit ClerK. sulijcet to tlie nction of t...

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 March 1902

THE MESSAGE TIIUKSHAY, MAKCl! '-7. VMV1 InTheKabrich Building. Trrms of Siilinrriiilimi : One Year Si Month Tliii'i' Mntillis Bryan Tells a Joke. Win. J. Hrynn was i 1 1 t-t t i i 1 lit ti smoker jrivcti liy tin- I'ns (Jluli in New York City recently. It wns'.tlm tvnt t i 1 1 1 1 in .xi-vi-riil months Unit Mr. Hr.um Im I n n (jui'st lit. liny ptihlir ty.-itln-i-i n tT- II1' tolll-llt'tl UpOll Ili.S tlCVSllirl' i'XH- rii-iu-i'S and nliw upon his lust ciini ptiijjn niul told several e;noil sto ries. He mud: "When I was nominated iu '!Mi, a well known Kepuliliean said to iiie: 'It' you stay at home, you'll he defeated, but not disjji need. If you po out and work you'll he de feated, anyhow, hut there'll In more mortification attached to it.' "Now, another Kepuliliean told me a utory Home time ago 1 did not tell this in the campaign. (Laughter.) "A certain man died, and as no one, could identify him ho was taken to the morgue. Well, a man canto up and identified the dead man as his fath...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 April 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1902. NUMBER 22 JEWELS FROM LIBERTY. A Former Audrain Boy Makes Some Obesrvatlons. John 1). Rockefeller made Will iam Jewell College ii present of $2.1,000 the other morning. What's the matter with John! Liberty has bonded for 143,000 for water works. This is a nuieh needed improvement. During the last year new sidewalks of either briek or granitoid have been built in nearly every section of tin? city. Tuesday evening, March 2.1th, a mass meeting was called by the citizens for the purpose of nomin ating a ticket, for Mayor and City Alderman. The saloon element were confused to 'find the better element of the city awaiting the proceedings of the evening. Those who believe demons a thing of the past should have been at this meet ing. They were east out, however, and a good, clean ticket was nom inated. This is nn evidence of what the good people can do when they want to. The Christianity that we ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 April 1902

Moved ! I have moved my office to the south side of the Public Square. Entrance: First door cost of French & Garrett's drug store-. DR. BACHMAN, Dentist. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. APRIL :, 1902 Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor nnd Proprietor Entered at tliii 1'iwtoflU'P at Mexico, Mo., as seciind-i'luss liuiUir. Step Forward. Thkkk an; people who won t work, won't study, and who wouldn't take a bnth tlio blown into it by a cyclone. They an drones no good. The St. Loui Chronicle hit the point squarely a few weeks ago when it headed an editorial "Don't Be n Vermiform Appendix." It then commented: After several years of study doctors are agreed that the vermiform appendix, which is located at the end of one of the human canals, has no olijcct to serve in man's body. It is a useless growth, they declare, and all bodies would be better olT without its presence. At one time it might have served a purpose, but whatever func tion it performed is not now in evidence. While thus di...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 April 1902

The little child of A. L. John son, of near Mexico, him Ihtii very sick. THURSDAY, APKlL. :i. 1!)0'J ANNOUNCEMENTS, THE MESSAGE M t OR'FfM 'Ol'T,! to .'CO. MO. l sun Ai:-,',v. HKPHKSKNTATIVK. We n ro nntlinrii'il in u imouiio' UlloliliS t l,AY n n riiiidiibilc tnr Ui'iiri'si'iitntivi' of A u - ilmiu ( nty. subject tn tlir iii'tlun of I In' lirtnnrratli' iriiniir . April :.'U. nUNTV TUKASIKKK. We lire nut Imrizril tn iiiuiounec .IAMKS IIIIADI.KY n miuliilntc for ('oiintyTrciisurcr. subject tu tin' iii'tiim of the DriiiiHTiitlc primary April '.Vi. We an- aiitlmrii'cl to unnnuiii'c Miss I.KI.I.A SAI.LKK a runilliliitc fur County Treasurer, nub Ji'ct to the neilnn of tin? Dcmorrntie pri mary. April ,H. V aro authorized to iiunoiincc II A HOY IHHUN a ramliilati' for County Treasurer, sub ject to the action of tin- Dcniorrntii' pri mary. April .'n. CIIUTIT CLKUK. Wi lire nutlinrizcil to iinuoiincc WILL II. MOKIMS n I'iiniliilati- for Circuit, Clerk subject to tlic action of tin- Di'iiiucr...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 April 1902

1 ) ;7" ti H '! - 3 ,.( 't l . t ft H i! if ' r I1! ft si- A 5 .;'V ) if ' .1 1 . , TPI ET iLSTJCCCI'r JT'iStnro nro Krcntly ciilmno-il in worth SIIOHTIIOKN CATTLE. THURSDAY, A PHIL l'JIIJ InTheKabrich Suilding. Trrmx of Snhscriition One- Your Six Months Thrw MnntliM ..fl.to r tho immoiiHo valun of its terminal fin'ilifii'H in tho I'itr of Chic'iino. Tho Alton' lino in Misnouri in a uicro Big Sale at Viindalia 5 4 branch as inirort to its Illinois! Head Bring $5,400. property. Hero is tho roeord for this road. I Illinois, valun per mill' .,.i,.ri til Yniiil.iliii, .Mo.. MmivIi At Missouri, valuo per mil.- IS,;oi , ,i ..(m,i,j, ,,.(; Sil(. of li iurli-i;i'iilf Nliorlliolll rntlli! lictv lodM.v lil'lv I wo liciul of vouii.: niul old lnoiilit COOK'S HAND-BOOK. How Democratic Legislation Gets the Corporations. fiut thorn is still another record which tho Jlcpnblicans will ho very slow in brincinir to nihlio attention. Prior to tho year of JSjis, tho street 111" total sum of .1,41111. Ti...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 April 1902

f-WT TV"'-' ( "- t-v.;., Y'-r? .- -r-M"" "if u'ijyr-i'f r"y " T r'wn- M j WSM Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1902. NUMBER 23 APRIL FOOL JOKE. A Number of Hobos Get a Free Lunch. Centralia, Mo., April 2. One 12 year-old boy caused more ex citement in I'entralia by an April 1st prank tlmn the town 1ms ex perienced si nee the smallpox epi demic. A number of putty thefts have taken place recently, the residence of K. L. Hope, Alderman and druggist, being among those burglarized. Yesterday morning Linwood, the 12-yrar-old son of Mr. Hope, opened windows, carried out. vulurj able articles and hid them and otherwise simulated an extensive burglary. Alter he had gone to school the apparent hmglary was discovered. For three hours the hobos of tin; town were in terror. The highways were scoured and all of the gentry brought into tnvn ami searched. Telephones were kept hot nil over the country and adjoning towns were rousing to action...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 10 April 1902

Moved ! I have moved my office to the south side of the Public Squnre. Entrance: First dour cast, of French & MiitTi'tl'ft drug More. OR, BACHMAN, Dentist. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1902 Published Evcrv Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor, KntiTi'd ut the Postollii-i- lit Mexico, Mo., us second -class mutter. Cleveland and Bryan. Thk study of American polities furnishes no finer illustration of the inconstancy of public reputation than is furnished in the career of these two men. Both eame up from the common people, obtained distinction mid became the idol of their party. One had a career of unparalleled suc cess and was twice made president. The other, shooting like a me teor from the political sky, after the most, brilliant canvass in the history of our country, was twice defeated in the object of his am bition and relegated to private life. Hut which of these two men stands highest in the esteem of his party and in the estimation of the American people? Which mak...

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. — 10 April 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 10. PJO'J ANNOUNCEMENTS, 1 1 K P H ICS K N T A '1' I V K . Wc it re nutliori.cil to announce KIIOOKS CLAY ft n rQinliilntc f r Representative of An ilrniii comity, milijeet to tlie action of the lJriimrriitic ri tmiry, April 20. COl'NTY TKKASl'KKH. Wo arc nntlioricil to niinoiitiro JAM KS 1UA1)I,KY a rmiilliliite fur CouutyTreusiirer. wiiliji-ft to the net ion of tin1 llciiiiK'nitio ritimry Aril .. Wo lire nutlioriml to iiiinounee miss i, i;i, i. a salm;k a rnniliilitlc for County Treasurer, suli Jwt to the nrtlon of tins Democratic rl nuiry. April "it. We lire tilltliorl.eil to lililioinicc HAKDY DOOMX (i I'tiitdidii t for County Treiisurer. sub ject to tin-action of the Pcniocriitle. pri inary, April id. CIHCfIT CI.KKK. Vi tiro authorized to niiiioiini'c .. II. MOKIIIS a niiKlliliitc for Circuit Clerk subject to tin- action of tlio Democratic primary April u'li. Wo are authorized to announce .1. C. r.Cf KXKU a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to tli...

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. — 10 April 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 1. IWtt InTheKabrich Building. Trrm of Subscription : Oni Yi'nr Six Mnntli Tlin-i- Muiiili.. Stone and Phelps. Kansas City, Mo., Apr. 4 V. -I. Stone, former governor, ami W. II Phelps, the Mo. Paeilic lobbyist, arriveil at tin? hold lialtitimre nt mi early hour this morning, ninl tliev passed eaeii oiuer srwi.u , tiinon, but neither imiMi'il bis i in recognition of the other. After j walking about gome time (iovrrn-j or Stone went into the writing i room to write, a letter. hoou ne , lookiMl over bis ir asses iiml saw i ('oloiit-1 Phelps Hitting besiilc him also writing. Tin: colonel spoke first. "Hello, Governor," liu wiid. "Good niorning, Colonel," re plied Governor Stone. The two political enemies chatted for o few minutes. When tiny were Htibseipiently seen by the re porters they Hindu jocular refer ences to the meeting. "Did you see Gov. Stone and me writing letters together!" asked Phelps. "Why shouldn't we talk f" Gov. Stone said. Health Hints. 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. — 17 April 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. c. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1902. NUMBER 24 II id a Every now and then some one finds statistics which show that marriage is on the wane. Many explanations for this arc given. One 6h0OOhWhhh sa.vs thc decrease is due to the Are There Too Many Marriages? By ELIZABETH CADT STANTON, Nole4 Wominl' light! AdrKtlt. 0HW0J0H)00a0O00H0HWHOO of marriage postponed ; that young men because unable to maintain the standard set by the average girl put off marriage until too late. They form evil habits. They drift into lives of selfish ease, on in comes which would easily support a wife and children. So say the social reformers. What' folly! WK DO NOT WANT MANY KARI.Y MARRIAGKS. There are too many poorly-bom children of ignorant and immature parentage. They swarm the streets ol our large towns and cities. They fill our reformatories, asylums and almshouses. OUR SELF-SUSTAINING GIRLS RIGHTLY SCORN TO MARRY FOR A HOME. The girls fit th...

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. — 17 April 1902

Moved ! mm I hove moved my office to the south side of the Public Square. Entrance: First door cast of French & tlurrctt's drug store. DR. BACHMAN, Dentist. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. A PHIL 17, 190J Published Evcrv Thursdav, John Heal, Editor and Proprietor Kati-rcil ut tint l'ostolluv ut Mrxii'n, Mo., as Hci'iinil-clnss fuallcr. TllK MESSAOK told the people three months ago that the World's l-..: 11 i... . j.. . i run nuiiHi nit postponed. A Dispatch from Washington City says that the World's Fair at St. Louis is to be postponed till PJ04. Oi'tt friend "J. M. C." down at Rush Hill, is lecturing the Mkssahi: a little this week on a point in theology. TllK Center Intelligencer's can didates' edition last week was an eellent pieee of work and reflects the enterprise of its editor. Accohdino to n late directory of St. Louis that city has increased in population (it), 000 since the tak ing of the government census two years ago. The Mkssaue is glad that the Hon. W. J. liryan is to speak...

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. — 17 April 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AI'KIL 17, 1902 ANNOUNCEMENTS. I.KI'KKSKNTATIVK. We are authorized to announce nilODES CLAY as a candidate for Iioprcscntiitlve of Au drain county. subject to tin' net Ion of the Democratic primary. April 'Jii. COUNTY TKEASl'HKK. We am authorized to announce JAM KS ItllADtiKY a candidate for CountyTri-iisiircr, subject to tln artlon of tin1 Democratic primary April :.'ii. Vc an1 authorized to announce MISS t.KM.A SAU.KK a candidate for County Treasurer, sub ject to tin- net Ion of tin- Democratic pri mary, April .u. Wr am authorized to announce HARDY DOOLIN a candidate for County Treasurer, sub ject to the actionnf the Democratic pri mary. April it!. We an- authorized to announce JOl IS r. VAUTEH ii vmultiUitr fur Cnuntu Tmmurrr. mii Jtrt t thr lh-inwrnttc iirlinnrii Airll W. CllUTIT Cl.KHK. We are authorized to announce WILL II. MOKKIS a candidate for Circuit Clerk Miilijei-t to tlio action of the Democratic primary April '.Vi. Wo are authorized to announce .1...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 April 1902

i- THE MESSAGE RULES AND REGULATIONS BEST FOR THE THE FARMERS' THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1902 In The Kabrlch Building. Ttrms of Subscription: One Yi-ur si.no SSiX Month ."ill Thrro Months WASTED HOURS. Rom nun to sun, vie All (nsku I slum; My efforts lire but seeming; Each passing day Has slipped uway, In useless, idle dreuiniiitf. I seek my ease Where softest lireeze Steals thru tlie leafy bowers; But still I tlud Tim t peace of mind Tomes not with wasted hour. For moments slain In doleful tttraiii Still tell their mournful story; Their pule ghosts rise Hefore my eyes, And shake their tresses gory. Fair wrentlis we save For all the brave, Who, striviuff, are defeated; But none for those Who from their foes Ignobly have retreated. Too late, too late, Stem Habit's chains liuvtt bound me; And I have laid The stones whieh made The barriers that surround me. And when Life's oer, And I before His Presence stern am bidden, Shaine-faeed I'll stand. Within my hand, The talent I have hidden. T. J....

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