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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 April 1902

Mexico Missouri message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1902. NUMBER 25 What City Women Read By FREDERICK HILD, Librarian Chicago Public Library. - -- KOKENDOFEK HONORED. C. Hill and W. D. Endres also Remembered. FICTION IS T1IK MAIN' MENTAL FOOD OF THE CITY WOMAN WHO STANDS FOR THE MASSES. Certainly this is tin- conclusion compelled ly observa tion of tlio reading lia!its of those who pat ronize t lit- public library of this city. Atvl as 75,000 cards arc in constant use by their holders, who last year drtw i.;;.'.;! vol umes, it will be seen that the activities ol such an institution afford a wide ami inter esting field of survey. I'nforliuiatcly present methods of re cording and classifying the demands made upon the library do not enable us to give figures in direct analvsis of the book' calls made by women patrons. Our records show that a little more than half the cards issued by the library are held by women, and that two thirds of the total b...

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. — 24 April 1902

TT r Moved ! 1 huve moved my office to the south side of the Public Square. Kutruiiee: First iliM.f cast of Flelleh ei I i.ll l'l lt 's dine; store. DR. BACHMAN Dentist. ' TIM IP JMTFCC BFV i MMCt iVM MLtJri JE ! Tlll'KSDAY. Al'lv'll. Jl. l'.Mi'J I'lil.lislicil Kvrr Tliui'sdiix . Ii.lin r.r.il. lid it.ir im. I l'ri..rirl..r I'jit. ri il at th.' r.isi.iliii'.- nt M, i,' M'i.. iis si'i'i. in I in. ill. r. N'd'i'K for your own man ni'xl Snlurdiiv. Vo'l'l-; ill our ow ii si'l I dislnH ni'xl Siitiit'iliix . I Havi: your own Mnl.- ,,r iirxl j Sntlinliiy, and Mirk to it mid voIim ll tlio tin' liritvi'tis fall. ... ., . , ,. AI.TKH l.tKCII hits l.i'ili ills- tiiit,'uishiii,' liiiusi'lf iinin in d. -Iiitli". Ii'i-ail in-ws ili'in i lsi'w Inn' in this niii'i'. I.MUKS us tlm Unit prop 1 nrw fit ir nssoi'iutioti Inr .Mrxim is I., I., - n jjii. Ovi'f $1. I lins Imiii sI,- M'filii'd lowiinl tin- I'titi'ipriM'. Tin: rules mnl rrculiitintis jjn -J fi'li i ii vr tin' I 'inoi'riit ir prininry m xl Si...

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. — 24 April 1902

THE MESSAGE j TIU'KSDAY. APKIL J4, PK-jj I ANNOUNCEMENTS, nrrur.sr.NTATivK. We lire illlthuricil lu ;i 1 1 II l 1 1 ' l:lli' I.AV n n riiiiiliihiii' fur lit pre-etiiaii r n. ilram I'uiiiii . -lll'.pel tu Ih Irt f (lie I leiiinrrn i ir i r i ii i : 1 1- . Airil !. CIM NI V TKK AM U.U. We arc am ln-Hril t.i n iuk miiu'c .).mi:s i:i;Di,i;v ii ramliilate fur ( innii v 'I'n ii uri r. ti liji-i-t Oil lie nrl Inn of 1 lie I leiiierral ir iriiiiiiry Airil -.'ii. We are :i ill hurieil In nniiiiniier M Iss s. l.l,i;i; it raiiilnlatr fur Count Tr ;i -ii r-r. snh- Je.'i luilieiieii (Hi- Dei ratir pri- man . A iril '.'n. Wcare:,i,tl,ri,c,l..,: ,,', II AKIiV limn. in ii i -m in 1 ii I ii t fur (iiimu Treasurer, -nli-j - t In flu' nrl imi n I In' I ii'iiiiu'i ;ii ic pri mar . April '.'.. We lire n 1 1 1 1 1 I'' 1 1 In lililluill ."i.v r. t wiill l! II rillliliihlll tin f'nlllttll Tuilxtllll. Mli jiftltitlti I h hum i ill it fit him i ' .le't' .1'. cilicl it rl.l.Kh. We ille II III llnl'iei III lll...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 April 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. A PHIL J. 1'."J InTheKabrich Building Twins of Nitlisfriitiim : One Yi'iir l.i Sl Months v 'I'lirci' Months Iloll. YV. 11. Wnil; -;ili.i.iMt.- for tin1 I'liitftl Stale Senate, made ii speech at Viiiilalia Inst Saturday nitfht. 15. W. IIalt lias lieen rt - 1 1 1 1 1 -I'll n teaelier in the (.'ornrtl dis trict, southeast of litiddouia. Mi'. Huh; is mil? of Audrain's foremost teachers. A decrease in populnt inn !' 1(M),(KMI people in one pruviliee in the Philippines mi account of war, starvation anil disease sim-e the American occupation. That's he nevoleiit assimilation tor yon. Tho St. Louis I'our!, of Appeals approves the verdict of the Audrain Cirenil Court Hiving !. W. I'M wards $."i!I7.."( for injuries receiv ed l.y the V, & A. I. K. at the .li'ffersoii Street crossing in this eity a year ajo last. fall. Prank Akridue informs us, says the Yiiiulul'ui Mail and Kxprcss, that his sister-in-law, Mrs. Mar laekson, of Piddletown, who has been ('unfilled to her...

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 May 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1902. NUMBER 26 .1 The most phenomenal tide of winter travel the south has ever known is slowly making its way hark north again, with the robins and HMH0OniOOO6OKOOOOOeOOO Spring Travel in the South By OWEN LANCDON, Kfw York Newiptper Corrtlp.ndtot. l0O0OOCn00000OOHO0tiO00CK it has suddenly blossomed out as a "cottage" resort, ami the Whit ncys, I litcheocks and others in fashionable society have built there CoCNTRY IJnfSKS AS FINK AS TIIOSK IN NKWPORT, though usually of a more rural character. A doen other places have sprung into almost equal prominence. Asluville. N. C, is the lest known of these because of (ieorge Yanderbilt's great house near there at lliltmore. but I leudersonville, Murphy. P.rcvard and Saluda, X. C, and Newport and (ireenville. Tcnn., are beginning to find cottagers an important element, while railroad junction towns like Charlotte, Salisbury. Yorkvillc and Chester find the...

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 May 1902

I - ,.- THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 1, I'.mi.' Published Kvrry Tlmrsilii v . John lical, Kditor and Proprietor, Kntcri'il at the Pnstntlii-e at Mi Mil., ii scrniiil-rlas matter. A tump ticki't was unlimited. Wii.i.ll. MoUKis "not there'' i . r Cii'iiit Clerk. Tiik primary is past; now Id's talk sniuetliinn; lor awhile le.siies polities. I 111-: voters seemed determined lifter new men for the nfliees Saturday. last Si i.m k niitrhty nood men went down in defeat last Saturday, lint thus it must nlwavs lie Tin: eily council h is refused to puss an ordinance licensing hoards of trade and like institutions. Some hit coinphlinini; that the English sparrow has been destroy inj; theyoune em-duns this sprint;. UkoKoK Kky's ease at Yamla lia, who died from luirus received 11 week since, is a sad one. News item in another column. Till-: lcinncnitic Central Com mittee is i;oiii(; nfter emu'dine and hcttiue in the county primaries lias resolved that, it shall stop. Ton much lict t i tip: on the re...

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

THE MESSAGE TIIl'USDA Y, .MAY I. llnr.' SJIE OAND JIAPPENINC. County Surveyor K. S. Mi-Kin-II ey is alsoeily engineer for MeX" ieo. Tlie ruin showers the iast few day lire bringing vegetation to the front. The liaptist ladies (jive II soeiill lit the hoi f Mrs..l. V. Crill'ee tomorrow night. The wind last Friday ni(jht tore iiwny the roof of the hotel build ing nt Auxvasse. II. W. Shoii), northeast of Mex ico, has sold his l'Jil acre farm to W. II. I'ahrer for -J.4m. K'ev. .1. Knalz, a I'Vench mission nry, preached nl the 1'resliyterian Church in this city last ni(jht. "Karly Flowers" iiml "Mrlle irccn" should call for advertised letters at the Mexico postollice. Francis Crockett, 1'J years old, daughter of W. K. Crockett, of this city, fell from a fence Monday ami liroke her arm. low Hansford, of Centralia, preached at. the Court House last Sunday uioruiii(j and ni(jht for the Southern Methodists. Tin-: Mkssaui: is proud of its list of correspondents, lnt please allow us the privil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 1 May 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 1. In The Kabrich Building Ttriim of SnliKrriiiUmi : Ow1 Vi'nr Ji.iii six Month .Mi fc-lirie Month '. K. R. MEAT HATERS. C. & A. Employes Kcsolvc to quit 30 Days. Iilniiiiiiiifiliiii, III., April '' I An iiuiveiiiciit lins lii'i'ii cntcicil in to nllliiiiy; the ',()(() cniio cs nf tin1 ( 'liii'iiijo Mini Alton simps in this city which provides that none of their iiumhcr will cut incut ilur injr the next thirty days. This nction Mux just liccn tnkcn with the liope of its iM'injj extrnsively imi tated in order to Winj the licet trust to terms. The men intrnc that if their example is followed 1 y the tailoring men of the entire country the ivifjn of hih prices of meat will speedily end, and that this article of food will resume its normal price iijjiiin. Those who am pusliiii the movement arcne that the eating of meat is more a habit than necessity, and an ex pensive hahit at that, ami with the present intl nx of fresh vctfc tallies the time is nuspieoiis ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 8 May 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1902. NUMBER 27 "GOD SAVE THE KING." New Verse Added to Hymn for the Cor onation Ceremonies. In tlic new Coronation lay Hymn Book, which Messrs. Skellingion Si ISon, of Piccadilly, j)u1jlisln-r to the king, arc inning, and which by spe cial pcrnii.-rioii is ''Dedicated to their majestic the king and queen,'" the national anthem is given with the fol lowing additional verse, fpecially w rit ten for t he occasion by Mr. M. S. Sktf lington: With Kr.Klnncl't crown lo-day We hull nr kliiK. anil iray Clm: aave trie kliiii (Jiihlf In m In ruipiilnt-sF, (Hard him In gtnrm nntl Mrc; Then In Thy Klngilom lilrra Anil crown our king. This. Miys tin; London Mail, is the third time thnt Mr. Skcllington has. with royal approval, added a ,pe cial vtTse to the national anthem on git at occasions connected with the ihronc. M r. Ski lliiigton i cccix ed tlie ixpres.. thanks of her majesty (nccn Victoria for the ( r...

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 May 1902

5" 1 JTii tifllE,a2l Uii THURSDAY. MAY H, 1 )() Published Every Thursdav, John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Kntcred at tin- l'ostotlicc nt Mi-lfii. Mo., ns second-class matter. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For Congress Champ I'i.akk. Kepreseiitntivc I J hooks Ci.AV. Comity Clerk 11. II. Caktkk. Circuit Clerk Will II. Mourns. Collector Alhlht II AKKISON. Probate Judge W. W. lions. Recorder S. E. K kndai.L. Pros. Att'y II. L. Hh klkv. Sheriff Qiincv Jambs. Tretisurei W. II. TlKSK.lt. Coroner W. W. M.utahlank. Presiding Judge .T. 10. Sims. Judge Wt'H. Dint. Ja.mks Lr.wis Judge Eas. Dist James IIkaton There Are No Trusts. Two years ago, during tlie na tional campaign, we heard many denials of the existence of trusts. Mark llauna stood most prominent in this connection, and the cry was taken tip ly his party cohorts in every section of tie; country. Me Kinley was elected and time pass ed on. Now, of recent months, the Kcpttuueau parry seems to he up against I latum and is really get inj? uneas...

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 May 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1902 J5 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. County Court convened Monday. Ifichnrd Fry, eldest son of Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Try, is very ill. The Mexieo lluilding & Loan Association lias deeided to ftiit business. Sheep killing dogs are too plen tiful in dilTerent sections of tlie county. .Shoot the dogs) on the spot. The. Mnrtiiisburg depot was de stroyed ly fire last Thursday night. It is thought that light ning originated the blaze. A Fulton base ball tenni came over Tuesday ami crossed bats with n Mexico team. The Fulton iteswere victorious, 15 to !). Mexieo would bow grateful thanks if the two trunk lines of railroad centering in the city would get together and give lis n brand new, modern, up-to-date depot. The IS months old girl baby of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weichnian, of Fulton, got hold of some strych nine pills last Monday and ute them and was dead in twenty minutes. T. X. Cross, of this city, re cently invested in a piece of Colo rado real estate. It is 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. — 8 May 1902

THE MESSIGE THURSDAY, MAY 8. W1 .In The Kabrich Building Terms of Subscript fan: Ono Year "" Six Months Three Months " 'Twas a Combine. The Vatululia LeiiuVr and the Centrnliit Courier liotli my Hint it was n combine that defeated Mia. Sullee for treasurer. The Courier makes the following com ments: Miss Sallee has been de feated and a good many great, strong, stalwart men can now breathe easily and sleep sweetly. The truth is they were greatly disturbed for fear the little girl would be elected and their prestige, power, influence and means of a livelihood taken from them. They gravely reasoned together should Miss Sallee be clwseu, women would usurp all the offices and there would be nothing for the men to do but chew tobacco, say cuss words nnd spit on ftsh bait. But the hideous nightmare has passed. Not strong enough to enter the vocation of office holding with a little girl and take their chances of winning on their merit, the big, brawny, robust men got together and combined 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. — 15 May 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. 4 MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1902. NUMBER 28 VOLUME III. t l BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IH OUR SPANISH REPUBhlCS NEW MINE SHAFT. By VOL.NBY W. FOSTER, Unttad Stat Dlgt to Congrats of Mm.rltin RpublU. As one wlio lias chanced tu gain some little familiarity with the general current of affairs in tlic republics of Central anil South America, 1 am constantly asked: Are there not great opportunities for northern capital, energy and business brains to the south ward ? My answer is: Ye. The forests, the plains and the mountains of the southern republic hold almost unbounded rewards for the genius of men from the United States. J'.ut the conditions which prevailed when the country west of the Mississippi was an un developed wilderness have passed away, and the voting man who attempts to go single- handed into the unsubdued portions of, the southern republics, with out capital behind him and cash in his hand, takes too many chances on failure an...

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 May 1902

m 1 THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY r, ISMtt Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, KiiIiTimI nt the Piisttiflh'c at Mevlco. Mo., us sccontl-e las matter. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Congress Ciivmo Ci.akk. Keprcsentative 1moik.ss Cb.W. County Clerk E. II. Caimt.k. Circuit Clerk Wii.i, 11. Mourns. Collector AuiKUT IIakkison. Prohate Judge W. W. Pons. Recorder S. E. Kknuai.i.. Pros. Att'y II. E. IlirKUV. Sheriff (Jcincy James. Treasurer W. II. TfKXKK. Coroner W. V. M.ukaki.ank. Presiding Judge J. E. Sims. Judge Wen. Dist. Jamks Er.wis. Judge Ens. Dist Jamks IIkatox. Our Public Pay Schools. Yesterday, while the hrief ac count of the oratorical contest, of Mexico's Puhlie Schools, of which we have every reason to he proud, was heing nut in type, the grad uating exercises of our other sehool, of which we are not so proud, were in progress. The schools, with its several hranches, which we encourage, "because it helps our city finances." The graduate was Ed Raker, a human he...

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 May 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1902 SHARPENED AND HAPPENING. J. S. Hoy had n car of hogs the St. Louis market Monday. on Kev. K. M. Dean suffered ft se cond stroke of paralysis a few days II go. Dr. W. H. Ellis, of a Concord, cancer specialist, will locate in this city. Mrs. Fred Morris has been pre sented with a line runabout liy her In-other, i. I). Mi.e, of Independ ence. It is understood that the Repub licans will nominate a county tick et at their mass convention in this city Mav Hist. Tim city council will endeavor to liorrow 4,011(1 with which to take up all outstanding obligations against the city. J. II. Dempsey, west of Mexico, thinks he has discovered a vein of line graphite underlying a part of his farm. Hope it may make him rich. Kev. Anderson, pastor of the M. E. church, South, at Moherly, preached two aide discourses at the Mexico Court House last Sun day. Mayor Jones made a speech be fore the City Council Monday night favoring a curfew ordinance closing the saloons fr...

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 May 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1902 InTheKabrlch Building Ttrmt of Subscription: One Ynr !.' Six Mont lis Tlircn MimtliK CORRECTS HISTORY. Senator Vest, Chokingly, Makes a Statement. Washington, May 8. Mr. Vent of Missouri rose in tin' Semite this evening to denounce ns with out shadow of truth the statement often made by Henry Wattcrson iu lectures anil by others in speeches innile in public print that at the Hampton Koads confer enee between President Lincoln and Secretary of State Seward and delegation of Confederates headed by Alexander Stevens, President ' Lincoln handed the Confederates a paper, upon which was written, "Save the Union," accompanying it with the reiiucst that the Con federates name their terms. "As the only survivor of the twenty-five members of the Con federate delegation," Mr. Vest chokingly said, ' anil as one man , who is soon to join his old col lea gues. I waut to correct history and to do justice to my friends. "Alexander Stevens told mo Mint when the Com...

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 May 1902

1 I f Mexico Missouri Message. -'i ( v ' ' ' ' i VOLUME 111. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902. NUMBER 29 '. '('''- A it Good Points in American Women By MTU TING FANG, CMmm AatMMfc to Hm MM Imm. Should I attempt to enumerate all the good points of American women I should have to go through all the long list of items that make women of every land adorable. But the American wom an has some special good points which are not to be found so gen- i erally in other lands. Let me begin with their SELF-RELIANCE. I rind It mani fested everywhere; in the home, on the street, on the railway trains. Wherever you me?t her the American woman appears perfectly able to take care of herself. Their QUICKNESS AT COMPREHENDING, the readiness with which they grasp a subject of conversation, is another of their good points. They have a sense of perception that is both remarkable and decidedly pleasing. American women are busy women; THEY DO SOMETHING. Such a thing as ennui is almos...

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 May 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAY 1 !)()- Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor nnd Proprietor Kntcrcd nt the I'listoflleo lit Mrim, Mu.. n sccond-cliis nmttrr. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For Congress Champ Ci.akk. Representative Km iks Ci.ay. County Clerk E. II. Cahtkii. Circuit Clerk Will II. Minims. Collector Aliieht Hah hisi n . Probate Judge W. W. l'.orrs. Recorder S. E. Kkxhall. Pros. Att'y H. L. Hr-ki.ky. Sheriff (JviNCY James. Treasurer W. 11. Tukskk. Coronet W. W. Mackahlane. Presiding Judge J. E. Sims. Judge Wea. Dist. James Lewis. Judge Eas. Dist James Hkaton. A Significant Speech. James A. Reed, mayor of Kan Has City, nnd who is strongly fa vored in some quartern as the next Democratic candidate fordovcrnor of this State, made a sigiiilieiint speech in St. Louis the other day before the Jefferson Club, one of the largest local Democratic or ganizations in the West, having a membership of over .",."i(Ml. According to the Republic, the burden of Mr. Heed's address was the discus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 May 1902

tz.,::.C THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1902 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Klmpr 1 Metis, a sou. Auxvasso U to have water works. A laririi elovatotl tank will he used. Several families alllieted with the measles iu Long Brnneh neigh borhood. , Cent nil in held a puMic inectitiir to start a relief fund for sufferers at Martinique. J. V. Hrewcr, . of this city, bought n span of flue mules in Vandalia this week. Lewis McKee of this city, has accepted a position with the l S. Express Co. ut Alton, 111. Kev. J. II. Jackson, of Fulton, preached for the Southern Meth odists at the Court House last Sunday. (as in a coal mine at Coal Creek, Teiin., exploded Monday morning ami 'M miners lost their lives. Charles Iiolirer, near Vandalia, has sold his '200 acre farm. James Darner, of Illinois, is the buyer and he pays $7,000. The ease of Creigh Hros. iu the St. Louis Circuit Court, against J, H. Johnson, we understand has been dismissed. A tornado swept over Texiis lust Suuday an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 May 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY HM2 In The Kabrich Building Terms of Subscription: Oun War Six Montis Thm- Month.. .. JUKI .. ...VI f CHARACTER OF CECIL RHODES. Y II. K. II. The death of Cecil John Uliodi-s, the multi-millionaire of South Af rica, has removed from sight one of the most prominent figures of the 19th century. There have been ninny contradictory estimates of the man, but his will clears up some of the mysteries and reveals his true character. We learn thru W. T. .Stead, in the Review of Reviews, that as early as 1877 the fixed purpose of his life was formed, which was, by nil the wealth he could acquire aud all the influence he could bring to bear, to bring about the unity of the English-speaking world, anil the extension and expansion of the influence of that race over the whole world. The purpose was formed when his great fortune was only beginning, aud was tenaciously adhered to t the day of his death when his will revelead the fact that lie bequeathed a fortune of thirty...

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