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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 July 1902

.1 - V Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1902. NUMBER 05 TELEPHONE SOLD. Big Extension for the Mex ico Line. Mexico, Mo., June 27. The Mexico telephone system has been sold to H. V. Montague and other Kansas City men and the lines are to be extended in this section of Missouri and greatly improved. Ten thousand dollars is to be spent in improvements. Mr. Montague is president of the H. V. Montague Bond Investment company of Kan sas City. The above appeared in the Kan sas City Star last week, to which the Star added the following: J. V. Montague was in his of fice in the New Yolk Life building this afternoon when he was shown A copy of the above dispatch. "Yes, my company has bought the telephone system at Mexico, Mo.," s;ud Mr. Montague, "The exchange now lias about 300 tele phones, but we will extend the system at once. The Mexico tele phone system was owned by Dr. K. E. Graham. I do not care to say how much I paid for the prop ...

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. — 3 July 1902

ft"f r '7 v L, fr"r " "" " On the Nation's Natal Day 1SY H. S. CAN FIELD. (V ilglu. I'"'-'- l'.v I 'all St.n Pub. I'ii.) 1 'it ii 1 Marrok, who Idvi'U Claudia Vanalstor, was a young lawyer of Smithvlllc, Smith county, Iowa. Like oilier young lawyers, lie wore his hair something longer (hull fashion de manded, brushed it straight back to show liis forehead, practiced oratory a good deal uml hail dreams of the I'nit ed States Congress. Ho was of good lialiits urn! In good practice, though with an luboru tendency to bo erratic, and felt hinmulf well able to marry. James Howen, who loved Claudia Vanalster, was commonly called "Jim," which is to Hay that ho was freckled, sturdy, straightforward and good humored. Ho owned his lather's farm, ran it on the diversified crops system, loved animals, drove a good horse and had money in the hank. Very open and tmwily was "Jim." Ho did not expect to win the pill, tint wooed her in his own earnest fashion, and if she preferred another lie was prep...

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 July 1902

I flUsouri Notes Missouri has an occasional launch ing, but It la generally a ferry boat. Ono coBtlng $3,000 "slid gracefully into the water" at Norborne last week. ' The Missouri Art Gallery at Craig Is located Just below the Poultry house but the owner of the latter does not seem to fear that any of hla poultry will be taken. It htm been discovered at New Cam bria that there are no rats this sum mer among the farmers living on the prairie r dry hxatlons of last sum mer. It hi supposed that they all died of thirst. t The citizens of Arrow Rock may now have the pleasure of enjoying a thirst Missouri river water is abund ant this year. The rainfall Is above the average and a license for a saloon In town has been granted. Thayer Republican: Andy Harbcs ton. the hustling fanner of Brandsvflle, was la town this week. "Talk about your corn fields," says Mr. Harbeston, "I hav a field a mile long, and there are five men and boys with teams In it to-day plowing It. It Btanda up to the mules...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 July 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Kvery Thursday. John Heal, l-Mifor mid Proprietor Entered ut tlit I'ostolllce t Mexico, Mil., US seeollll-claSS llllltter. THURSDAY. J FLY 3, 11)02 It ruins but don't grieve about it. You fretted enough over the drouth hist year. Fakhkr eoal interests keep widening. Farber is 11 good little town all right. Ik IVIee eaused the late heavy rainfall in this serf ion, what eaused the drouth last year? This town needs factories. That and a new railroad from the north would set things in motion. The Mexieo City Council seems to favor the removal of the hitch ing racks from around the square. Nkvkh before in the history of the county was there a livelier stir in real estate circles. Land prices advancing. Ohhanization should be the word among the Missouri Democracy till the last, hour of election day in November. Kansas City is talking of a cot ton mill to cost $1(),(KH,(HK). (Jive this town one a little smaller in pro portions and we'll be satisfied for awhile. Ik lOd...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 July 1902

a. rfir MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1902 ill. II HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Horn, to James Fegan and wife, near Worcester, a son. A drove of hogs ou the Kansas City market this week soklat $7.72 a per hundred weight. The City Council is taking the proper steps for the building of the north-side sewer. W. 11. Brown, south of Mexico, has sold his farm to an Illinois man; $4"an acre was the price. Capt. Jones, of near Tulip, had a stroke of paralysis last Saturday and is reported in a serious condi tion. II. L. Kettering, formerly of Callawav county, committed sui cide by hanging at Annville , Pa. last week. A. H. Watternian, of Canton, 111., is here and will haye charge of the Mexico opera house the com ing season. C. E. Casner. Lewis Roberts and Dr. W. E. Cornett are build incr a telenhone line from Rush Hill to Worcester. The storm in St. Louis last Sat urday night caused the wall of one of the new World's Fair build ings to tumble over. The saloons of this town did a rushing business ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 July 1902

KING FACES A NEW PERIL Surgeons May Be Compelled to Open and Cleanse the Wound, OFFICIAL BULLETINS CHEERFUL Kilt rhjulclnm' Aniliniiii rinrut That Pain II im Itettirneil to tin- Wminil Caiiva Apprehension In l.onilon The King -Siiiokrn unil Tnke limit. .New York, June 27. A 1ondon ra Wo'to the American' and Journal, dat ed S a. m., says: "A. very uneasy feeling Is prevailing In Fleet street early this morning, and there Is agnin a belief that the King has grown worse since the last bulle tin. "At 5 this morning it is reported that a telegram was sent to mid Lister summoning him to the palace. "It la reported In Fleet street that a special envoy of a great republic not ified his government after midnight that the condition of the King had bocome so grave as to have necessi tated summoning the physicians foi consultation." Illti-t Ollli-liil Hull. tin. London. June 27. Foil i ing is the official bulletin issued at 11 o'clock last nh;ht: "The King passed a fairly comfort able day and l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 July 1902

we Demand your 'attention. If anyone offered you a good dollar for an imperfect one would you taKe it? If anyone offered you one good dollar for 75 cents of bad money would you take it? We offer you 10 ounces of the very best starth made for 10c No other brand is so good, yet all others cost 10c. for 12 ounces. Ours is a business proposition. DEFIANCE STARCH is the best and cheapest. We guarantee it satisfactory. Ask your grocer. Magnetic Starch Mfg. Co. Omaha, Neb. WOU CAN DO IT TOO . Q Over 2,0110,000 peoplo ore now buy ing (roods (ruin us at wholesale prices kavinjj 15 to 40 percent on cvtry tbinir they use. You can do It too. VThy not usk us to send ,ou our 1,000 paite catalogue? it tells the btory. Scud 15 cents for it today. CHICAGO The houso thot tells tho truth. 01 50 SAFETY SO ir fin 65 GASOLINE STOYESIor ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE. Op CuuKIIlkT lUnttiTn is ....-9 im ..i-r.. UIUI I" ,, w- -a - T ' Will UUl ti,(. tin K only 4. 03. 3 itme run br "hlpi-oil fuf i . ........ t-..i.tit ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 3 July 1902

' i THE ' MESShCEa0' In The Kabrich Building Terms of Subscription: Out' Year Mi Months Three Month THURSDAY, JULY :i. 1902 MEXICO. Cireuit Court adjourned last week . Miss Violet Elliot is visiting the lake resorts in the north. Dr. J. Vj. Hawkins trunsaetod business in Kansas City list week. Mr. and Mrs Chris. Hull have re turned from nn extended visit in Kentucky. Miss Irina Barnes is entertaining Miss Prunees O'Brien, of Lawrenee burif, Nub. Rev. A. T. Truex, of Macon, preached for the Mexico Baptists last Sunday. Misses Alice Morris and Susie Houston have been visiting friends at Sturgeon. The union meetings in Hardin Park will be held Sunday nights, thru this mouth. Rev. A. 0. Brift preached for Rev. W. A. Hanna at the Court House last Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. D. S. Smith have been entertaining Miss Idu May Henderson of Fargo, N. I). Mefdamcs 10. 1. (iruham, D. 1. Moore, Mrs. U. 1). and Miss Katie Ferris uro at Spalding Springs. IVof. Basil Brewer, one of the brightest young teac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 July 1902

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1902. NUMBER 37 A SAD FUNERAL. The Body of Rhodes Laid to Rest. Clay Saturday morning at, 10 o'clock, at the residence of his parents, Col. and Mrs. Green Clay, the fun eral services of Rhodes Clay were conducted by the Rev. James Noble, rector of (J race church, Jefferson City. Never did the beautiful Episco pal burial service seem more sol emn and appropriate than on this sad occasion. The deceased lay in an open casket. Above his head arose a canopy, draped with black and purple. He lay like one in a deep sleep while a profusion of Howers, pure and beautiful, sonic of which were wrought into the most tasteful designs, exhaled their fragrance over and around his couch. That grand hymn, "Lead Kindly Light, amid the en circling gloom," was rendered by a choir of young men. Also at the end of the burial service in the home was sung that consoling hymn, "Come, Ye Disconsolate." The house was tille...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 July 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Bcal, Publisher. MEXICO.. ..MISSOURI L- No wise man will r tf i June pic ric without his umbrella and his rain coaL The prevalence of the Panama hat Is another evidence of our phenomen al prosperity. Map agents will soon be upon 11 a with the color scheme of South Africa brought down to date. The Bey of Tunis, who died the other day, left fifty widows. They are still counting the orphans. Sir Alfred Jones, who owns a few British ships, will not Join the trust. That Is, ho thinks he won't. neforms would come In a day If we could Just elect the college graduates to the legislature all In a bunch. 111 health in trying to get the start of J. Plorpont .Morgan. It will be In teresting to watch the experiment. The clergyman whose Ideal angel can climb a fence evidently has be come weary of the harp playing type. Tlint revolution in Venezula dues not appear to be as much c.f a Joke as l'residcnt Castro pretendod to be lieve. The news that Johann Most will stay i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 July 1902

SOLDIERS PATROL STREETS. SPECULATION IN CORN. EAST ST. LOUIS JAIL ATTACKED.. LIBRARY RAPIDLY GROWING. Rescuing Party Finds Twenty-three Men Alive. SURVIVORS IN PITIFUL PLIGHT. 4lni Mm. Ininn I ...... 1'-- n .1 u.. I faring, tight! Thorn Who Would Suva Him Fire Add l tin. Dangrr Miiny Bodl Rreovrrfd. Johnstown, Pa., July 12. This has been a day of heroic rescues at the fated rolling mill mine of the Cam bria Steel Company. Thrilling experiences attended the efforts of the 40 daring fellows who went down Into the bowels of earth, stirred by a very faint hope that still they might be In time to restore to life some of those who are entombed. The reward of their efforts was the saving of the lives of 23 of their fel low men and bringing them again into the sunlight and back to loving fam ilies. Dead and maimed bodies were locat ed, but no effort, was made to bring them out of the vast theater of death until every human energy was put for ward toward Brcing that no living aoul might esca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 July 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, Editor mid Proprietor. Kntcreil nt tin' I'ostnllicc t Mi'xl Mo., as xi-i'iiiiiI-i'Iiimm mnilcr. THURSDAY. JULY 17, V.HY2 Crr down tin weeds. Till hus been a great week for the fanners in their liuy and oats fields. No rain this week so far to inter fere, and the farmers are Retting their oats and wheat safely garner ed. Tiik Springfield eon vent ion by n large majority vote indorsed the Kansas City platform. Wight, of course. Tiik Chicago strike among 10, (KM) freight handlers is costing, it is said, $1,000,01)0 a day to the merchants of that city. "Ik it be possible, as much as lieth in yon, live peaceably with nil men." That's the way some of the outside papers are commenting on Mexico's awful tragedy last Thursday. Li i ti.i: Cuba will have an exhibit at the World's Fair without the Republican politicians scare her in to the notion that she ean do nothing, in any line, without she is a part of the United States. Two little waifs s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 July 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1902 II HAPPENED AND HAPPENINC.fi Horn to W. K. Rogers mid wife, n daughter. J. V. McCnbbin nt Jiiiddonia has purchased the Foster farm south of that place. The Baptist church of this city has called to its pastorate Hcv. 11. I. Truex, of Macon City. Chris Jungerinau, near Hush Hill, sold his 200 acre farm last week to an Illinois man at $4." per acre. 11. 1. French is the new cashier of the Martinshurg Bank. He is n good fellow and will keep the interests of the hank to the front. The union service at Hardin Park Sunday night drew large au dience, as formerly. Rev. A. A. Wallace, oft he I'rcsbyterian church, preached the sermon. Six hundred cattle got drunk in Chicago last week and killed sev eral of their number in the spree. Human cuttle or just cattle, get ting drunk is dangerous. A Waverly young man, while calling on his girl a few nights ago, accidentally stepped off the porch and fell into a barrel of rainwater. Altho soaked to the skin, all he ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 July 1902

JULY CORNDEAL NY ML Gates Clique Stunned by Heavy Re ceipts and Price Tumbled. BULLS WITHDRAW SUPPORT. Thoiinnil rr Kiperteil In f 'hlrn.ro To Day MepKHiihcr W'hHl i Down tn Nlity-nnii ltit Mnjr he Korceil toTnke ftrvrrnl Million IluOirU of tnh t orn. Chicago, HI., .Inly 15. Bin receipts somewhat stunned the John W. Gates corner In July corn yesterday. In con sequence, the price broke 5 1-2 rents an hour before noon. Opening at 85 1-2 cents. It touched 80 cents and finally closed at 81 rents. September corn closed at 61 rents. The trade experts a thousand rars of rom today. Besides the Increase In the move ment, improved grading Is also Riving the bulls cause for anxiety. Additions the contract stock, which the New York crowd must look alter, were about 500,000 bushels, part of which was included In the day's receipts and part of which is contract corn turned out of private elevators. The bulls, seeing this huge quantity of cash corn piling up around them, withdrew their support fro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 July 1902

The Urat tin ui.utnr. About 1545 Thomas Tiller, the architect, then a boy of 15. had nn aunt living In Lake county, near Diamond liake, ty the name of Wanbam. There was a cupboard over the fire place where she put the eggs to keep from fretting. One day she heard a peep, peep, like chickens. After look ing all about the room she opened that A.I nit... .4 At tupuuniu uii, iu, mere were tnree hatched out. With great care she raised them the first grown without the hen. You nerer hear a,ny one complain about "Deflaaco Starch." Tliero 1 none to equal It in quality and quan tity. 16 ounces, 18 cent. Try It now and save your money. The) Origin of "Tip." Few people know the origin of ths word "tip." It comes from the old coffee houses, of which, I believe, Offley's, In Henrietta street, Covent Garden, was the last survivor. At the door of these coffee houses was a box made usuaHy of brass, with lock and key. It has engraved upon It the let ters "T. I. P." (observe the stops be tween each l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 17 July 1902

THE MESSAGE In the Kabrich Building Term of Subxcriplion: Om Ycnr 1. Six Month Three Month 3.1 THURSDAY, JULY 17. 1902 MEXICO. Mexico Odd Fellow installed new oflieera recently. Mr. nud Mrs. 1. 11. Cnllen are on pleasure trip in Chicago. W. N. Hontman and wife visited nt Pulton .Saturday and Sunday. Miss Katheryn Varnon has n position in the Lieutou City school. Hurrah for the movement to build the Old Ladies Home this summer! John X. Brown and wife are en tertaining their daughter, Mrs. Jay Montague, of Texas. Dr. tlreen McCall and wife of Fulton came over to attend the Funeral of Rhodes Clay. liuckner Clay, of Talis, Ky., arrived hist week to attend the funeral of his cousin, Rhodes Clay, The pipe organ for the new Methodist church has been bar gained for and will be put in soon. 13. A. Thornburg was doing re pair work on the large dwelling of John HofTsess, near Benton City, this week. Mrs. J. F. (Iriffee has heen en tertaining Miss May Armstromg, daughter of Rev. J.C. Armstrong,...

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

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1902. NUMRPD I ! . REMINISCENT. A Writer Tells of Days In Audrain Years Ago. Editor Messauk: l write you ft retrospective view of the eood old times in Audrain before the war, when everybody was good. Our country was sparse ly settled, our people were content ed, friendly and happy. We had preaching somewhere in the neigh uorhoou about once a month, and everybody went. We had family gatherings, first at one house and then at another, and confidence reigned supreme, aud mortgages were almost unknown. Many of the foolish fashions of today did not exist aud people were not financially strained to keep pace with someone else Plain, neat clothing was worn by all our people, and there were no divisions in society among respect able people. Our good old mothers and sisters spun the yarn, wove the cloth aud made our clothing, and before the advent of the rail roau we would take a load ot pro duce to Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 July 1902

Mexict) Missouri Message John Baal, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI it Jn t every I'br.arna I at t;.i paid for. Simon Sum lias arrived at Paris and will now proceed to blow it In. Compared with Kitrsa Jane Toppnn, Salrcy Camp wan a ministering angel. Kipling will do. A man who, single handed can stand oil a mob has the real stuff in him. If Bishop Nicholson's counterblast had been confined to the cigarette all might bo forgiven. Of course our millionaires are not wearing Panama hats. They er.nnot afford those luxuries. Kitchener has thatihi d the Borers. This la no more than right. Tiny wero worth jLWt.nuo to him. Kryslpclns was communicati d by a nnk note in Chicago. There is no end to the perils ef v.eal.h In hand. Andrew Curuc','i(; used to be a t'ie grai)'i operator, ami tin' wires still chant a very ni"rry song in his ears. Kansas farmers who have bon pray ing for harvest. I:;n.is bud that an amen said with a shotgun helps mat ters. Russell Sage Indignantly denies the truth of the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 July 1902

ICIl'S RAN Secrel Session of Convention Refers Matter to Special Committee. NEED FOR $500,000 A WEEK, .Secretary Wlliun Coiiflilent That Ainnunt Inn He Itnla.-cl Illlnoli Orguolrntlon Make) a Cilft of l ift Thoutuml l)ol lr. Indianapolis, Inn., July 19. At the i lose of a secret session, which lasted the entire afternoon, the recommenda tions of President Mitchell for the management of the anthracite strike were referred to a special committee, which Is to report back to the conven tion, when it meets tnls morning. This committee consists of Presl; dent Mitchell, Vice President Lewis', Secretary Wilson and the president of each district wn.cli is taking part in the convention. There is little doubt that the com mittee will urge the adoption of the resolutions, fixing the rate of assess ment at 10 per cent or high"!-. At the opening of the executive ses sion Vice President Lewis took the ttoor and delivered an energetic speech on the amendment offered by Delegate Hosklns in the morni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 July 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. KnU'rcd at tin Postnllicc lit, Mexico, Mo., tt xrcoiitl-rlus mutter. THURSDAY. JULY 24, 1902 Ul'T down the weeds about your premises or they will eause you ill ness. - W. J. Bkyas is in the East preaching pure Democracy to the people. Audrain farmers, with the big corn crop nssured, will be paying off some of those pesky mortgages this fall. Wk beg our correspondents again not to send in their items later than Tuesday. We cannot get them in type. A St. Louis judge has ruled that n dog has the legal right to bite anyone who torments him. Why, of course; men sometimes shoot each other becuuse of tor ment. Tin: Republicans in this state nbould cease their howl about "un constitutional school certificates." That is not n party question. He pubs, and Democrats alike are responsible for the legislation we have had along this line in Mis souri. Z. T. Dikch and 15. W. Unle, both of the east end of the county, are good l...

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