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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 July 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1902 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Born to Mr. nml Mrs. Lee Stewart, a daughter. The Sun tu Fe picnic, next mouth will get n big Crowd from Mexico. A daughter of W.T.Griffin near Thompson, fell from a shed and broke her wrist. High waters are causing great anxiety for the levees down at Lou isiana in Pike. Friends of Liberty Church near Thompson are raising funds to re paint the building. The agitation for the electric railway between this city and Paris is still smouldering a bit. Arch White, who died at Mont gomery City last week, was a brother of Mrs. Herron and Mrs. Gatewood of this place. J. M. Nickles of the Black Flag cf this city has traded his store at Benton City to J. K. Weuimer for the latter's 134 acre farm near Mo lino. Woodcraft says Audrain has twelve organizations of the Modern Woodman, and that the order in the county numbers 1,200 in mem bership. W. II. Logan as agent for John F. Youugblood sold his farm of 200 acres, 4 miles south of Lad ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 July 1902

POPE'S FflRll 10 TVT Promises to Personally Watch Prog- ress of Future Negotiations. LIKES AMERICA'S TREATMENT I'mrnl t.ifl In ICai'h Memtier or tlie t'mrly anil Show loul- Which He Will Hettnw I'puu l'reldut Ituuie ett. Home, July 22. Distinguished hon ors wer shown to Governor Taft and bin party yesterday on the occasion of their farewell audience with the lipe. Judge Smith, Major Porter and Biahnp O'Oorraan lormed Governor Tart'a Riilte. At the Vatican, after a eaiute by the HwIbb Guards, the Americans were ushered into a private library and as noon an the door was opened the I'ope went half way to met them and greet ed Governor Taft with the greatest or4lality. The pontiff commenced the Inter view by saying he waH most satisfied and happy at the results obtained, and was confident that the negotiations re garding the friars' land-would be the starting point of a complete and satis factory solution of the question under discussion. Me added that the Apos tolit; delegate noon to l...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 July 1902

A agnarmitlna Alnt (irei A curious cont'-at Is going on in Tam pa, Kin. Resident of certain sections of the city want an exemption made of their part of the city to that cows may graze In the streets. Other residents do not want this, and the fight Is a lively one, the city administration be ing the sufTerer. So many depredations have been made recently by cows run ning at large In the streets that the Irate residents and owners of lawns and flower gardens have organized a shotgun quarantine against the cows end declare that they are going to mur der some of them If they are not kept locked up. (Irlentnl Advxrtlnpr. Some of the slnillies used by oriental advertisers are remarkable. Here nro one or two specimens which have re cently nppeared in eaHtern news papers: "Goods dispatched as expedi tiously as a cannon ball."' "Parrels done up with as much care as that bestowed on her husband by a loving wife." "Paper tough as elephant's hide." "The print of our books Is clear as crystal, t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 24 July 1902

THE MESSAGE In the Kabrich Building Terms of Subsrriplioti: One Yciir !. Six Months .Vi Tli rot- Months -'. THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1902 A BOOMERANG. "Alleged Unconstitutional School Certificates' Jefferson City, Mo., JulylG. Governor Doekery was asked this afternoon liis opinion of the action of the Republican Judicial Conven tion at Joplin yesterday. "That was a queer convention," the Governor said, "and illustrates the utter lack of candor on the part of the leaders of the Republi can organization in this state. For days these Republicans have been ringing the changes on the alleged 'ring management' of the Springfield Democratic Convention. They charged that the so-called 'Statehoiise ring' dominated that convention and named the judicial candidates by the 'blanket' method, a charge, by the way, positively untrue. "Again, for months, under the leadership of a maligant press, Republicans have amiigned the Democracy for the alleged 'looting' of the School Fund by the issue of 'certific...

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. — 31 July 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1902. NUMBER 39 The mau who sighs for the happy day When a barefoot boy he rati Is the same old boy who used to say: "I wish I wuz a man." DON'T SCRATCH A Mosquito BlteDr. Jor don's Advice. Don't scratch a mosquito bite or the sting of any insect. It is dangerous and may cost you your life. Fatalities from blood poisoning are not iufruquent from such over sights and serious results are al most of daily occurrence. The above are suggestions given out by Chief Dispensary Physician Jordon of St. Louis. Dozens of such cases, some of them severe in character, have been treated by the doctors at dis pensary headquarters in St. Louis recently. This Dr. Jordon said to a St. Louis newspaper the other day: "The great trouble with a ma jority of people when they are bit ten or stung by an inject is that they insist upon scratching the af fected spot. This is wrong, and, not only that, but exceedingly dan ...

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. — 31 July 1902

f i .. . ' -vv r- Mexico Missouri Message John Beat, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI IL The man In the moon must have had oceans of trouble with his ( duals. Mrs. Langtry Is now a mother-in-law. The world la no longer at her feet. Germany, Austria and Italy assert that the triple alliance is still of XXX quality. Mr. Schwab, having money to bum, pave $5,000 of It to Pittsburg f2r fireworks. Sweet may be the uses of adversity, but sour aro the uses of prosperity. Vide pickle trust. Some one has named a cigar aftr Mary MacLane. It emits a blue flame and sulphurous Btnoke. A Kentucky man who proposed to a girl In a Joke a few days ago has boon accepted. Serves him right. The fellow who stands on his dig nity may discover that dignity la just as slippery us a banana skin. That Russian prince who has been sued by his butler has bumped up hard against tho hired girl problem. It the trusts had mode cnal as cheap as they have made matches there would be far less antipathy for them. It Is Sir Cha...

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. — 31 July 1902

ski kli vW vii vll vL via vil vli vii vLi vii vLi vLi vL ..Li .Li vLi ..Ij .1. L ..I kL a. .1. I I aa afBa HQ I Missouri ONE MILLION FOR MISSOURI. Mine Lamotte Compinjt Filet Notice at Jeflerton City. The Mine Lamotte Lad and Smelt ing Company, chartered under the laws of New Jersey with a capitaliza tion of 13,000,000, filed In the office of Secretary of State Sam B. Cook no tice that $1,000,000 of its capital stock would be applied in Missouri. It is understood that this corpora tion purchased the mining property at Mine Lamotte a few days ago, and that this apportionment of its capital stock is in payment thereof and for the improvement and development of the property. The tract comprises 38, 000 acres, partly located in St. Fran cols County and partly in Madison county. It is particularly rich in nickel and cobalt, producing more of these ores than any other section of the United States. In 1901 it produced in round numbers 5,000,000 pounds of lead and 84,000 pounds of nickel an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 July 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday, John Meal, Editor and Proprietor, Kntort'd at tin? roMtiitlice lit Mi'Xiru, Mo., n m-cnnd -Hum mutter. THURSDAY, JFLY :, 1902 I'rr saloon lieense in Mexico back to the old figure, $1,G00 n year. VVk are all going to live this year if we don't kill ourselves .... .: i cnilllg winii we c iuimmi. Auix.o Tihus can't kick any thine f'om under Champ Clark in this Congressional district. Xewspai-kk flattery issoinctiuies a had thing will lead the man flattered to his ruin and death. Tiik St. Joseph convention adopted a strong plank favoring public ownership. That's right; let the people into the full advan tages and profits from some of these things. A summary of the Missouri Democratic platform appears in this issue of the MessaoR. Study it over carefully, and then say if it is not good enough to stand on, and all the time. Let's have a perfect drainage for the ground occupied by the hitching racks at least. During these rains this ground is an full o...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 July 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1902 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENINgTcT C. C. Clendenin will be ticket seller nt the Columbia Fair. Kiley Dudley, at Hush Hill, is reported very ill of typhoid fever. Sunday school picnic, Coakley's Orove, near Hush Hill Saturday. Last Monday, Duncan & Myers of this city as agents sold the Tay lor Arnold farm, 3, (KM) acres, in Callaway county. Win. I'aine had his gold watch stolen from his vest pocket while doinpr some painting at the opera house last Monday. The ladies of the Christian church cleared near forty dollars at their ice cream tables in the' Court House yard last Saturday evening. -Tallies Angell, street commission er of Butler, Mo., was bitten in the hand by a dog last April and a few days ago died from hydrophobia. Thieves entered the house of K. T. Smith of this city last Sunday afternoon and took some valuable jewelry from a front room. The family was in the rear of the house. An ordinance was introduced by J. W. Howell before the City Co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 July 1902

' TP f -. le 'jfbfeMartanfM i i v ! .'W Elilfjps FELT In Two Hundred Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota Towns. INDIANS BECOME TERRORIZED llcaty Shock Wrrf Frit In Ciilif omiIji - Kiirth Cracked In Mirny I'luce mikI a lllvcr lied Changed SItitultaiieniMljr I.n Sonfrlcre Again Snontt. Omaha. Neb., July 29. About 12:40 o'clock an earthquake swept, over a stretch about 200 mile square, com prising Northeast Nebraska, Southeast South Dakota and Northwestern low 4. The center of the disturbances wan near Norfolk. Neb., but Tllden. Net:.. reports the hardest shock of any town yet reporting. At that place dishes were thrown down, brick walla cracked, wells dried up and other damage resulted. Three distinct shocks were felt at Tilden. At Santee Indian Agoney several triiocks were felt. At that place they were accompanied by deep rumblings. On the Omaha and Winnebago reser vations the earthquake terrorized the Indiana, who hail never experienced anything of the kind. Two hundred towns felt the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 July 1902

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, Notre Dame, Indiana. We call the attention of our renders to the advertisement oi Notre I)nnn University, one of the great ednra tlonal Institutions of the Went, which appears in another column of this pa per. Those of our readers who may have occasion to look up a college for their eons during the coming year would do well to correspond with tho President, who will send them a cata logue free of charge, Bj well as nil particulars regarding terms, courses of studies, etc. There Is a thorough preparatory nhool In connection with the Unlver tty, In which students of all praties will hnve every opportunity of pre paring themselves for hiRher studies. The Commercial Course Intended fcr young men preparing for business, may be finished In one or two years, according to the ability of tho btudent. KT. HOWARD'S HA1.I-, for boys un der thirteen, Is au unique department of the Institution. The higher courses are thorough In every respect, and students will find ever...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 31 July 1902

THE MESSAGE In the Kabrich Building Terms of Nnhscription: Oue Year !.' Si i Months Three Month THURSDAY, JULY HI. 1WR! A HEN WANTED The Government Has a Good Position for Her. Since civil nervine reform has become bii old story ami what was once a novel system has worked so smoothly thnt it no longer chal lenges reluctant attention, some heedless and inconsequential peo ple have forgotten that it was ever new, and there in danger of a gen eration growing up which will give so little credit to the enlightened citizens of to-day as to suppose that, as it is so it always was, or else, in the words of Topsy, thnt it "jest grcwed." Fortunately, something is about to take place that may avert this ealmity. An ancient naturalist de scribed man as "a two legged animal without leathers." Hut it is apparently conceivable that a two-legged animal with feathers may enter the service. The United States geological survey is in need of a hen. She must be a goodly hen, devoted, industrious, virtuo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 August 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7 1902. NUMBER 40 i i i I i JONES PRELIMINARY. He Is Accused of Shooting at Jesse Davis. The preliminary hearing of Thomas Jones, living southeast of this city, accused of shooting at his neighftor, Jesse Davis, came up before Justice L. N. Bass at the court house last Friday. The defendant plead not guilty. Jesse Davis, the prosecuting witness, was first called to the stand. Said that he met Mr. Tom Jones July 24, between 8 and 9 o'clock at night. lie was going home from a coal bank on a load of coul. lie met Jones east of his (Davis's) place. He knew Jones and was positive it was the defendant he met. He recognized the horse and the man. "Mr. Jones halooed as loud as he could," said the witness, "and shot across the road. He wanted to know if I wanted any hay. I made no reply. He rode on a short distance aud whirled around and said: 'O d you I will shoot you.' He shot in my direction. I saw the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 August 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publisher. MEXICO. . MISSOURI f ' What a constitution King Edward must bare had at the atart Agca will have to pass' before we ran have a flrecracKerless Fourth of July. Nursery reformers who propose to nUillsh the cradle are attacking a rock of ages. The Polish officials who intend to try snubbing the kaiser will be wiser after their experiment. Trof. Albion W. Small thinks the Idle rich should be obliged to work. But who would employ them? By careful economy in his library fund Mr. Schwab is able to build a bigger house than Mr. Carnegie's. By all means, ladles, adopt the re form dress proHscd by a Cincinnati woman. Making and all, it costa $1.25. Emperor William Is reducing his weight by violent exercise at ping pong. This Is equivalent to swearing it away. A man's idea of a good wife Is one who never asked him for money and who doesn't sit up for him when ho Is out late. People who kill themselves because It Is hot must bo thoroughly con vinced...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 August 1902

-.11 I Missouri AWARDS TO MISSOURI. Medal from the Exposition at Pari and Charleston. Dr. H. J. Waters, director of tha Missouri experiment station and dean of the agricultural collet e of the uni versity of Missouri, has juat been noti fied by tha authorities of tha Parts and Charleston expositions of the awards to the station and college and Missouri university for their exhibits at these expositions. At the Paris exposition the Missouri experiment station received a medal for its general scientific exhibit, and Dr. Paul Schweitzer, chemist of the experiment station and professor of agricultural chemistry, received a med al for his display of high-class scien tific work. The awards to the university at the Charleston exposition were as follows: The experiment station whs awarded gold medals for its exhibits of wine grapes and its collective display of Missouri seeds. A gold medal was awarded the agricultural college for Its exhibits of cherries, peaches and pliiruc. The university...

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. — 7 August 1902

, THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. EntiTod at tho ToKtollUo at Mexico, Mo., a second-t ins matter. THURSDAY. AUGUST 7, 190J The Hon. Champ Clark, W. J. Stone and Mr. Cowherd are to be the speakers at the Santa Fe pic nic. Bear in mind, and don't forgot it.that the allied third party move ment in this Statu is a Republican movement. Iowa Republicans got on the Democratic platform the other day; they declare against nny tariff that "may afford shelter to monopoly. The price of gasoline goes up one cent on the gallon this week. Rockefeller getting ready to make a contribution to the Republican campaign fund. Bhyan down in Maryland the other day declared to the people that he preferred beiug a private oitizpn: retrards it as an honor greater than that of a king. The oil well boomers arc still after suckers. The shares you buy pay a dividend from the start; yes, if one of these fellows gets your dollar he can pay you back 73 -cnts in dividends and s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 August 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902 9 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. S Homegrown watermelon season. Monday was a liot day-1)0 in the shade. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. 1$. Downing ot Sturgeon, a son. H. Four thousand negroes celebra ted emancipation day at Moberly Monday. Miss Amy House orders the Message to her new address at Macon City, Mo. B. F. Jackson, north of Laddo nin, sold his 1G0 acre farm last week to an Iowa man for $5,600. Timothy Burk, northeast of Mexico, lias sold his farm to an Illinois man, gettiug $42.50 an acre. A freight train came uncounted Suuduy morning while passing thru Laddonia. A car filled with wheat was demolished and two or three others badly dumaged. Repeated from the Kansas City Star: Three Monroe county boys who threw stones to see who could hit "that old mail box" are now a sorrowful lot. The box was of the rural variety and Uncle Sam has asked them to pay for their exhibitions of skill. Dan King, colored, charged with taking $10 from the cash drawer of the Wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 August 1902

After Dynamiting Penitentiary Six teen Escape. ONE MAN IS SHOT DOWN DEAD fnwi tin from Nahvllle With mood bound In Hot I'll mm II but only Two of th Dmpfnti Men Ham Vet Been Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 6. Armed with dynamite to blow his way out of prison. Olio Hyatt, the train robber anil desperado, tonight led a desperate (and of IS convicts to liberty from tfce Tennessee Penitentiary. Fifteen of the escaping party got entirely clear of the premises, but one. Ed Oarney, a safe blower, sent up from Nahvllle, paid the penalty of death in the bold undertaking. Joe Ixsb and James Work were traced down by blocdhxunds and rap tured, but the rest of the prisoners hail gotten bo far out of bounds by mid night that no trace of them was found. The prisoners were evidently furn iHhed dynamite from the outside and used it In blowing out an opening from the n.ain wing of the prison. Hyatt stood ofT the inside guard with a brae e ot revolvers, which had also been fur nisheil him from the outside, whi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 August 1902

k.. i Inarms ot Earopeaa Armies. Within ten or twelve years the Rus lan army baa Increased, on a peace footing, from 800.000 men to 860,000; that of France haa frown from 620,009 to 680,000; Germany haa Increased her 450,000 men by 135,000 more, and Aus tria has railed the number of her eol dlere from 800,000 to 896,000. The ex pendlture of Oreat Britain on her army and navy haa grown within the aame period from 31,000,000 to nearly 46,000,000, and the British will prob ably apend about a million and a half more In the coming year. Torfclth Woman'! Right. The Turkish woman Is marriageable at the age of 9 years, and by Turkish law, at that age, If married, she Is competent to manage her property and dispose of one-third of her for tune. The law allows her to abandon her husband's house for just cause, and will protect her In so tjolng. She cannot be compelled to labor for the support of her husband. Ladles Can Wear Shoes One size smaller after using Allen's Foot Ease, a powder. It ma...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 August 1902

f,' t THE MESSAGE In the Kabrich Building Terms of Subscription: Due Year !' Sit Month Throe Month -'" THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. 1902 NOTHING IN IT! The Philadelphia Times tells the following good story. During one of E. L. Hyde's evangelical trips through Philadel phia he told a Scranton gathering that all infidels were fools, and that he would undertake to prove his argument in ten minutes if any professed iufidels wished to give the opportunity. A man in the audience arose and was polite ly asked ly Hyde to speak, if lie wished to speak. "Mr. Hyde," was th reply, "I have heen listening to you with interest this past half hour, hut I think your most recent statement was n challenge I cannot let puss. I am an infidel, hut I'm not a fool. I've traveled, and I know more than the average person, be liever or unbeliever." "Do you really believe," asked Hyde, "that there is nothing in re ligion? Would you go on record as sayiug so much J" "(ioon record?" queried the man in surprise. "Why, I'v...

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