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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 August 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1902. NUMBER 41 'V i . . ,v,- If iB THE POOR FARM. Some Suggestions as Needed Changes and Improvements. to The Messaoe referred to pro posed improvements nt the County Poor Farm last week, and men tioned that "reports and sugges tions from different orders and so cieties may be brought before the citizens of the county thru the press." We hero ask your atten tion to the following: to the ilonoram.e county Court ok Audrain County: Mexico, Mo., July 25, 1902. Gentlemen: We, the undersigned citizens and taxpayers of Audrain county, beg leave to call to your attention the condition of our un fortunate fellows at, tin; county poor farm. We are of the mind that the provision made for their maintenance in comfort and health is inadequate. We therefore beg leave to submit respectfully the following, and to ask if there is a possibility of securing their adop tion: First. The appointment ot a matron o...

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. — 14 August 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Beal, Publisher. MEXICO. . .MISSOURI ICIns Edward U r.n nc... . u?!Uician. lie knows how to tally. If sorieboOy would cih;;r.vrr wire less polities what a woil.l It.s ralc'ut bo. Porlin and Home arc sci;r. to lie ccn netted by telephone. Hut v.ho.c will the Interpreter tome In? When we read of nine horrors 11 :o that of Johnstown. It makc3 th'j prlca of coal seem much smaller. Train robbers are rot ins to It thnt those who spend their vacations in the we;-:t get thslr money's worth. St. Joseph has a mystery. A f.imil of eight In that city exist on $1 a week and eats beef once a day. Somebody ought to arrest th two Venezuelan armies and put them In jail on a charge of disorderly conduct. If Lawton, O. T.. were really en terprising It would Invite King Alfon so of Spain to Its "harmless" bu'l fights. Out In Iowa twelve pople have been poisoned by beer. This look a like a clear ease of treason on the part cf the poisoned. The latest lady of note or. rather,...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 August 1902

Missouri BOYCOTT INJUNCTION. Tailge I'Mllp Stop l'atrollliig In troat of More. Jiulge John S. Phillips of the fed eral court tamed a temporary injunc tion restraining the offhiers and mem bers of the retail clerks' national pro tective association and the Journey men tailors' union from enforcing their boycott on a Kansas City cloth ing firm. The patrolling of the side walk in front of the store was stop ped by order of the court The cause of the trouble was the refusal of the firm to comply with the demands of the union to close the store at night. Judge Phillips said the court had no disposition to oppose the unions, and he had no doubt the early-closing movement was a good thing Me con ceded, further, that the unions had a right to persuade the public by Inter- riew, by letter or by publication In the press from patronising tho firm upon whom they were making warj so long as they did not come within the statute pertaining to libel, but the members of the union had no right to sta...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 August 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor mid Proprietor. Entered at the Poxtonii-c ut Mexico, Mo., m end-c1uM matter. THURSDAY. AUUVST 14, 19M Looted, Eh? The following is a statement of Audrain county's 1" looted" school moneys it comes out of the ame fundthe Republicans are crying so loudly has been looted: Received during six years Re publican rule $7,212.62. Average nnuual receipts $1,202.10. Received during six years Dem ocratic rule $40,00.'1.;W. Average annual receipts $6,607.2.'!. Received for 1902 $7,822.97. Total State distribution six years Republican rule $97 1,3 10. HH. Six years Democratic rule $3,719,282.40. For 1902 $1,170,198. 13. Study these figures a moment, and then render the only candid, sober conclusion. That "looted" school fund is no small thing, to have been to great ly looted as claimed. The Repub licans of Missouri better hunt up some other issue. The taxpayers of Audrain county are interested in the County Poor Farm. Read the ar ticle ou t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 August 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1902 C HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. I'robnte Court convened Mod day. The north and west sewers to he luiilt. are Santa Fe and Martinshurg pit nics August ''(). The State Fair will be reus next week. in prog Nightwatchman J.T. Bosley has resigned. He is in ill health. The Mkssauk sent some job printing to a Colorado town this week . Hush Hill has a new town ordi nance closing all places of busi ness on Sunday. Hev. H. K. Truex, the new pas tor of the Baptist church, moved his family here from Macon city this week. Big gun shoot here 22ud of this month. (Sun clubs from all over this section of the state will be represented. The Hush Hill hotel man is said to be irettinc rich feeding land buyers and real estate men who visit that section. J. C. Crockett and family are back from California. Tlicv went there to locate but the climate did not agree with them. A moonlight picnic at the Lock ridge farm, south of this city, An gust 18. Under the auspices of the La...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 August 1902

m 0. W. Holmes of Boston His Succss sor Upon the Supremo 6-sncli. IS ON ACCOUNT OF ILL-HEALTH tflrr a fJrrtlrn of Nenrly Twenty-One Yeur4 Jullce Cirny (Jnlt4 the Miiireme HriK'h liiirlnnt Opinions Written bjr the Hi tiring Jiirlit. Oyster Bay, N. Y., Aug. 12 Presi dent Roosevelt, late yesterday after noon, announced that he hail appoint ed Oliver Wendell Holmes, Chief Jus tice of the Supreme Court of Massa chusetts, to be an AEsocljte Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, vice Mr. Justice Gray, resigned. The resignation 01 Justice Gray was due to 111 health. Several months ago he Buffered a stroke of apoplexy, -which aome time later wss followed by another. He nas not appeared on the bench since he was stricken the first time. la advanced age 71 years told against his recovery with serious force. Realizing that he probably never would be ab'e again to assume the place which he so long had filled with distinguished ability and honor, he de cided a short time ago to tende...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 August 1902

Mpeed of Vltn. Waves travel faster than the wind which causes them, and In the bay of Ulscay frequently, during the autumn and winter In calm weather, a heavy sea gets up and rolls In on the coast twenty-four hoars before the gale which causes It arrives and of which It Is the prelude. Hall's Catarrh Cora b a constitutional cure. Price, 75c. Quicksilver Mine City. There is a quicksilver mine in Peru 170 fathoms In circumference and 4 SO feet deep. In this profound abyss are streets, squares and a chapel where re ligious worship Is held. Mra. TTInslow's Soothing Byrnp For rhndren teethlne, soften, thf puma, reduce lis flauiiueilun, al!7 pain, cure, wind voile. c a bull). The wages of sin is death and yet a few employes can be found. To the housewife who has not yet become acquainted with the new things of everyday use in the market and who Is reasonably satisfied with the old, we would suggest that ft trial of De fiance Cold Water Starch be made at once. Not alone because it Is guar ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 August 1902

THE MESSAGE In the Kabrich Building Trrms of Subscription: One Year Sit Months Three Mun tli! THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1902 EXCITING EXPERIENCE. Midnight Call From the Police About to Go to Jail. In a letter from Miss Anne I). Ilinde to her mother of this city, dated Mexico City, Mexico, July 20, 1903, she says: Dear Mother: I am waiting to be locked up in jail, and will write my farewell letter! Last night such a pounding as there was, with the old time brass knocker, ou our front door. It began about 1 o'clock and wns kept up a long time. Not suc ceeding in awakening the porter, they stopped for awhile, and then began again, pounding and beat ing as if they would break tin door down. Filially Mrs. Craw ford got up and went to the door where she found two policemen, very angry. She didn't under stand Spanish so she called up the porter. By that time we were all out on the corridor, and Miss Nor ville interpreted to us what was going on. It is against the law to leave a window or door o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 August 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. r VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1902. NUMBER 42 THE CHINESE WAY. Some Observations by a Mlssourlan In China. Macon, Mo., Aug. 14. The peo ple of Missouri, blessed as I hear they are with bountiful crops, could hardly imagine the extremities to which the natives of this district go in economizing," writes Baptist missionary W. II. Sears, of Pintu, China, in a letter to a friend here. "Our neighbor on the west, a gentleman I had known for years, died the other day.was duly placed in his coffin and all the exercises attending an ordinary funeral took place, except one there was no burial. The coffin containing the dead man was snugly tucked away in one corner of a room, and there it will remain until his wife dies, and then a grave will be dug for the two. "The members of the household told me in a very matter-of-fact way, the reason for this curious arrangement was that it would be as cheap to dig a grave for two at one tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 August 1902

A Mexico Missouri Mescce John Boal, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOLKI If the king keeps on petting Iicki-i he should be at bis best very soon. In spite of the growing use of ex travagant expressions, talk still re mains rheap. An Ohio preacher has tier-lined a eall to Boston. He probably has po litlcal aspirations. Another Fourth of July victim Is dead. Our great national holiday keeps gathering them in. It may not be according to rule hut King Edward's head will 11a un easy until he wears a crown. The name of the new sultan of Zau zlbar is Seyyld Aeel. His poet luur eate is up against a tough Job. King Edward Is getting so robuit that he may Insist on Juggling a few c annon balls while being crowned. It Is the unexpected that happens In the ordinary afTalrs of life, and in' the matter of weather It is the unpredicted that occurs. Mary MacLane Is writing another heart romance, compared to which her maiden effort will seem like a cold storage tamale. Venice proposes to replace the old Campa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 August 1902

t Missouri NEW MISSOURI BANKS. Stupid Inrrraao In Orgunliatlon Shown During th Prrnent Trar. If tbe organization of banks be an Indication from which to Judge of the financial condition of the state, then Indeed is Missouri prospering. A study of the figures will show that during the last seven months of 1901 thero were organized In Missouri 16 banks, with an aggregate capital of 1200.000, while for the first seven months of the present year the number of banks or ganized was 36, tbe aggregate capital being $905,000, an increase in the num ber of banks of 20 and in the capital Stock of $705,000. For the same periods that Is, the last seven months in last year and tbe first seven months In the present year the capital represented by the trust companies which were formed shows $11,300,000 in 1901 and $1,175,000 In 1902. But a number of these con cerns made Increase in their capital stock as it was originally. Those which did so were Incorporated with an original capitalization aggrega...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 August 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bciil, Editor mid Proprietor. Entered at tin; Postoftice lit Mexico. Mo., us Ni'coiiil-clas tnaltiT. THURSDAY. At'Gl'ST J1, VMY2 'Nothcr big rain Monday. The eorn crop is made. Tlio County Democratic Central Committee meets next .Saturday. (Sow Dockcry is successfully waging "a campaign for the honor of Missouri." The State Democratie campaign opens at. .Toplin Septemlior !. Will lie a great rally day. Attoknky V. V. Fry of this eity is down for a speech at the Pike eounty colony's big reunion and picnic at. Vandalia next Thursday. The Republicans in this State are running already; their nat ional league convention called to meet in St. Louis in October has been erlled off. It is announced that Lieut. Gov. John A. Lee will be u candidate for Governor in 1 1 M 4 . Leu stands squarely on the Kansas City plat form, all rght, and has the stuff in him out of which good governors are made. The letter elsewhere in this pa per addressed to Audrain ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 August 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AlHlt-ST 21, 1902 HAPrtNtD AND HAPPENING. ?5 Mrs. Charles Cleveland lias ty phoid fever. Tlie first Monday iu Se pteniher is Lahor Dny. Mrs. A. M. Trimhle is afflicted with typhoid fever. Many from this eity attended tlio Santa IY )ienie yesterday. The M. 10. ladies in their enter tainment last Saturday cleared $1.). 11. V. White of Molino has traded his farm for a store in Iowa. S. I'. Kmnions will hold his big shorthorn cattle sale this year on Nov. . Freight engine on the Iiranch near .lefl'erson City derailed last Monday. A man in Saline county feeds his cattle sulphur to keep the Hies away from them. Walter Wilson of Molino sold a span of mules the other day to Alex Carter for $2f0. John A. Smith, two miles east of Laddouia, sold his .'520 acre farm to Charles Torberl of Hush Hill at $.1"t per acre. .1. W. Atkins is home from sum mer school at Columbia. He will have charge of the Peak school near Santa 1V this winter. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lott at Hush Hill h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 August 1902

II Storm of Which St. Louis Was at the Center. LIGHTNING BOLTS WREAK DEATH Jlnln In Torrent unit Wlml ticneriil In lltlnnl ami MIonrl Several Knliil Jttroke of Lightning hiiiI Mnrli Itiim age. Donr to lr..Mrty. St. Louis, Aug. T.. St. Ixniis was In the center of a severe rain, wind and electrical storm, which was almoHt general over Missouri and Illinois yes terday. Considerable damage wait done to property, a great many persons were stunned by lightning and three are reported killed outright. One person was killed In St. Louis, one in Jcrseyvllle, III., and ona at New Franklin, Mo. Telegraphic reports Indicate that the farmers are the heaviest loeers by the storm. While In some localities tha late crops were benefitted, yet In more Instance corn was blown flat and orchards stripped of fruit. Several houses and a great many barns were burned by being struck by lightning. There was a cloudburst over Mclcnn and Champaign counties, In Illinois, and the railroads Buffered by washouts In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 August 1902

TO YOl)NG LADIES, From the Treasurer of the Young People's Christ ian Tern- ferancc Association, Elizabeth aine, Fond da Lac, Wis. "Dear Ma. Pinkuam : I want to tell yon and all the young ladies of the country, hovr grateful 1 am to you for all the benefits I hare- received from using Lydla E. Plnkliani's Vepo table Coinpouud. X suffered for MISS ELIZABETH. CAJNE. eight months from suppressed men struntiun, und it erected my entire system until I becamo weak and debil itated, and at times felt that 1 had a hundred aches in as many places. I only used the Compound for a few weeks, but it wrought a change in we which I felt from the very beginning'. I have been very regular since, have no pains, and find that my entire body is as if it was renewed. I fjl.tdly recom mend Lydla K. Pinklinm's Vege table Compound to everybody." Miss Elizabeth Caintc, 69 V. Division St., Fond du Lac, Wis. J5000 forfilt if cootie testimonial It not genuine. At such a time the greatest aid to nature is Lydia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 August 1902

THE MESSAGE In the Kabrich Building Terms ot Subscription: One Year tl.'X) Six Months 50 Three Months 25 THURSDAY, AUflUST 12. 1902 Odd Fellows Install. The Laddonin Herald Npenkiiitf of the Benton City I. O. O. V. lodge says: Audrain Lodge No. 413, I. O.O. F. at Benton Uity, installed the following officers last Saturday uight, J. F. Johnson acting with the District Deputy as (Jnuid Mar shal, Henry Weber us Oraud War den and A. B. Erisman as Grand Secretary: Dr. W. H. Douglass, N. O. F. II. Kellerhals, V. G. T. C. Hix, Sec'y. J. A. (ieeting, Treas. J. F. Johnson, F. Sec'y. J. A. Clark, Cond. W. S. Erisman, Warden. A. S. J. Harrison, I. U. Frank Pierce, O. G. Geo. Appcl, K. S. N. G. J. Lanig, L. 8. N. G. Walter Tratchell, U. S. S. Frank McClure, R. S. S. E. L. Cohoon, Chaplain. After the installation the boys prepared a feast in the hall fit for a king. The lodge has among its members some of the best citizens of the town, as well as a number of influential farmers. Benton is a good...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 August 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1902. NUMBER 43 COUNTY DEMOCRACY. Committee Favors a PrimaryClay's Speech. The County Democratic (.Vnti nl Committee held ii short, hiirmoiii-1 otis meeting in this city last .Satur day, to discuss plans whereby the vacancy for Hepresentntive on the county ticket, might be tilled. Chairman Hostetter called the meeting to order and stated its object. Secretary Whitney an nounced that a couple of resolu tions were lie fore the committee, but before these were read it was requested that Col. (ireeti (.'lay, the cnly announced candidate for the position to be filled, address the meeting. Tart of his remarks were as follows: "Mr. ( Imlrnian mill Gentlemen c.f the Com initio : "Tho friend? of our lamented repre sentative, ami in fact, from the peti tions here I might say tho Dem ocracy of tho county has requested mo to become a candidato to fill the vacancy on the county ticket. "I would bo unworth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 August 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Beal, Publisher. MKXICO ,. Missouri t 1 . 1 11 us nope Mr. wti msy re ane to FfMnd hla vacations In trie Unite J States. Hid any woman ever speak nf her husband's pipe wltnout prefixing the words "that old"? Europe la again discussing disarma mout. Hut the Krupp gun works are tunning right along. The old feeling against foreigners Is said to he rising again In China. Does anybody wonder? The new Anglo-American clut) tl London has not yet been absorbed by any of Mr. Morgan's mergers. Mount Felee must lie trying to uns tain Itself on a diet of rousting ears, watermelons and green peaches. The new sultan Of Zanzibar has one excellent qualification for tiie place. He Is a ferocious football player. The Santo Stefano tower In Venice is threatening to tumble. It seems to be high time for Venice to brace up. Gout Is said to be on the increase In America. This Is oue trouble the common people do not have to worry over. King Alfonso wantH to have It dis tinctly u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 August 1902

INI TAFT WELCOMED AT MANILA. WRIGHT'S REPORT, Missouri PLEA FOR BOUNDARY CHANGE. Callaway County About to l.ote Fire Thnutnnri Arm, The kingdom of Callaway la about to loee COCO acres of land to Boone county. The estimated value of the land Is $150,000. A petition signed by 107 voters of Callaway county, asking for a change In the boundary line, has been sub mitted to the county courts of both counties, and the transfer will be voted upon at the November election. The land lies west of Cedar Croek, and the reason for the desired change Is that school children have trouble crossing the creek during high-water seasons. Part of the school district lies on one aide of the creek and part on the oth er, but the only bridge available ts one near Cedar City, several miles from the district. Cedar Creek is a large stream, and the cost of the construc tion of a bridge would be more than Callaway County 1b ready to pay. Some years ago a change In the channel of the Missouri River transferred a...

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. — 28 August 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Poxtolllco ut Mexico, Mo., a second -clnsa mutter. THURSDAY, AUUUST 28, 1902 Our Prosperity. While tlio Republicans lire Hood ing the country with figures on prosperity, it might bo well to in quire who the prosperous lire. The steel trust is making money nt the rate of $140,000,000 n year. That's prosperity with a veil eenncc. A number of other of these harmless (f ) trusts nre piling millions in like manner. But let's see about the other fellow. If you should want to build a street railway you must pay the steel trust $28 for t la kind of steel that that organiza tion ships to England and sells there for $23 per ton. Does that make the buyer prosperousf Last May, and at the present time, the laboring man had to pay 25 cents for a pound of the same kind of beef that the beef ships to London and sells nt 15 cents a pound. How trust there about that "full dinner pail" now, any- way? The coal trust ...

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