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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 August 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1902 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Murphy, a son. The heaviest rain of the season fell Monday and Tuesday. The Modern Woodmen order have no assessment for next month. (leorgo Hall has bought VV. L. Bryerly's restatirent near the post office. Arnold Kdnionstou goes to Quiney this week to enter (Jem City College. ). K. Hatcher moved here from Ilntton. He has a position with S. & L. Phillip. The Sunday closing law this city, it is said, is to be strictly enforced after next Sunday. William Harnett is again on the night police, appointed in the place of J. T. Hosley resigned. I. D. Lambert, of Henton City, will attend business college! at Dixon, Illinois, this winter. There will be an ice-cream sup per at Trinity church Tuesday night, Sept. 2nd; everyone cor dially invited to attend. J. N. Stephens has sold his HiO acre farm near Worcester and will move to Martinsburg. His farm brought him $4,"00. The City Council has indefi...

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. — 28 August 1902

Mayor James Pendleton, of Gentry, Mo., Is the Man. BURIED HIMSELF BY ICE PROXY The Fake Bnrlal a Hrliema to Avolil jkimt for nigamy and Not Resigned to Heat limnuirt Companies Pendleton 1 Makes a, Fall Confession, Emporia, Kaa., Aug. 26.-The mys tery of the burial of a coffin filled with tern at Orlando, Logan County, Okla . kaa bn cleared away. It was not an attempt at an Insurance swindle, but so attempt to escape prosecution for tlamy. Coda S. Morris, with a re cently married wife in Emporia, was lWled" by himself, alias John Cox, sot Gentry, Mo. Hla re! name wad Dasnes Pendleton, and be la mayor of (Oeatry, Mo., where he haB a wife and Ive children. Hla attempt to "bury" Coda S. Morris at Orlando waa to elude fcla wife, Grace Obley-Morrls, of Em poria. James Pendleton, alias Coda S. Mor ris, alias John Cox. waa arrested yes terday. Pendleton made a full con- n to the Sheriff of Lyon. County, newspaper men here this morning. CIBjaiiS O'Connor went to Albany, ten miles from Gentry...

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. — 28 August 1902

Roldlvr Anil. T.efore the Biological Society of Washington Mr. 0. F. Cook described bis studies of the African termites, or white ants. Certain Individuals In ev ery nest have no other apparent func tion except that of fighters or soldiers. Some have a long benk from which they eject an acrid, corrosive fluid; others Inspire terror by making a loud flicking noise with their mandibles, but they neither shoot nor bite. One eingul.ir observation of Mr. Cook was that the soldier ants which rush out to defend an attacked nest "do not return to the nest, but wander about and soon perish from exposure to the outside air." WrLTDOUCLAS $3 & $352 SHOES made Established 1870. For more than u quarter of a century the reputation of w. L. Douglas shoes for ntyle, com fort, and wear has excelled all other makes. A trial will convince you. W. L. DOUGLAS 84 SHOES , cannot Bfc Excelled. JKL. .1,103,820! JWSSL. 12,840.000 Best Import and American leather. Hryl i Patent Qalf. i name I, Bo Calf, Cal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 August 1902

THE MESSAGE In the Kabrich Building Trmis of Xiibst ripti'')) : One Year fl-1"' Six Month "" Thri-p Month '-'" THURSDAY, ATCifST 2S, 1!)02 MEXICO. Mins Lorn Stokes is visiting in Kan gnu City. Mrs. VV. E. West is visiting in Pike county. The City Hall has been treated to n new coat of paint. W. W. Harper arrived from Anadarko, Ok., last week. Win. Fritts lias accepted a posi tion in a drnj store at Paris. I. L. Onnr uf Cambridge, Mass., is visiting bis parents in this city. Robert Arnold and sister, Miss Anabel, are home from Montana. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dudley have been entertaining Miss Mar garet Dudley of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Collins are visiting friends in this city. They move trom Laddonia to Couliimbiu this week. Miss Martha Frost leaves next week for Nashville, Tetin., to re mime her work as teaelier in a mission school. Mrs. R. Cireen was called to Louisiana last week on account of the death of her mother, Mrs. Moss, at that place. The mother wus HO years old. Miss E...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 September 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1902. NUMBER 44 MAYOR JONES. A Word Regarding the Sun day Closing Law. Mexico, Aug., US, A few words from me will not be out of place in view of 1 lio fact that the evening papers of yesterday were not elenr in their statements regarding the city administration and the Sunday closing law. The facts are, some months ago the Mayor and City Council were requested by the Christian ladies of this city to have the Sunday law enforced and this was followed by requests fiom certain businessmen who claimed that the Sunday law was being flagrantly violated in Mexico, and argued that it was not fair for some of the merchants to observe the law of the city and , State while others were allowed to openly violate them with impunity. As Mayor of the city, elected by the people to enforce the laws they themselves have put upon the stat utes, I felt it my sworn duty to call the attention of the Council to t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 September 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publisher. MKXICO ...MISSOURI TcnrcMee has developed a second Tracy and we have yet to hear from Tt an. Th Russian authorities nre afraid to arrest Tolstoi, anil Tolstoi Is afraid tiny won't. Jaran Is Benin supplying nrm to Cliir.a, but they are old arms which Jarnn has discarded. Somebody ought to leach your;? Klrc Alfonso thi old song. "A LSoy's I'.est Friend Is His Mother." wport Is to have a horse show before long. The milliners arc no working overt lino gotting It ready. An astrologer says Helen (lould will marry happily. If ever a woman de nerved happiness, that person Is Miss Mould. If the Rockefellers and Rothschilds effect a merger of their capital there will ha no place big enough to hold tho goods. Lnto reports from Sun Francisco nre to the effert that Mr. Kitslmmons has taken his share of the money and quit weeping. T. end of Outlaw Tracy seems to have been in accordance with nil the proprieties, takiiij; everything into coin (deration....

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

Missouri BIG TROLLEY LINE PROJECT. I'lam Forming to Build from Brookfleld to Culvre Junction. A number of prominent men of cen tral Missouri met In Mexico to arrange for the Incorporation of an electric railroad to 03 run from B.-ookfleld, Unn County, to Culvre Junction, Lin coln County, a distance" of 175 miles. The object of the meeting was to se lect a board of directors, one member from each county which the road tra verses, and to arrange for applying for articles of Incorporation. Those participating In the matter refuse to give any Information. Among those present were W. H. Chase, of New York, the promoter; Howard Ellis, of New Florence; R. C. Clark, of Fay et'e; Hugo Piatt end Gus Gammon, of Brook field; W. W. Garth, of Colum bia; E. W. Grant and W. C. Hanis, of Fulton, Mayor Harrison, of Glas gow, and Ch ef Engineer Cauthorn, of Columbia. It Is the Intention to build a standard-gauge electric line from Brookfleld. In Linn County, to Culvre Junction, In Lincoln County, thro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 September 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tho Ptmtofllce ut Me xico, Mo., a ni-eond-class mutter. THURSDAY. SKIT, 4, 1902 Transaction's Done. As has been done in tho instance below, so it is going in every man ufacturing community in the union. Hear the following from the Vas ter County, Neb., Heueon: The Argo Starch Factory at Ne braska City, has closed its doors, perhaps forever. It has been gob bled up by the starch trust and it is more than probable that the managers of the great starch trust will never allow auothcr wheel to move in a starch factory at Neb raska City, thus a thousand work men are out of a job. It will be remembered that about two years ago, Attorney (Icncral Smythe instituted legal proceed ings to prevent the Argo Co. from selling out to the starch trust, and while tho suit was pending Mr. Smythe and W. J. Dryan went to Nebraska City to address the peo ple on tho political issue of tho day. The people denounced them and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 September 1902

Gov.Dochery s Eloquent Speech on the Issues in Missouri. Honest and Splendid Administration of State Af fa irs by the Democratic Party. Management of the Finances Unassailable and the Boohs Correctly liept Strihing Contrast with the Extravagant and Corrupt Record when Republicans -were in Power. Gov. Alex. M. Dockcry addressed (utility. .Mo.. I httrsilny, Aug-. Htli. on the Issues of the State Caiiipuiii in i Missouri. The (iovcrner spoke earnestly and eloquently, and aroused the peo ple to frequent and I'ulhuva.stlo applause. Following is tlie lioveriiur's address I in full: I I count it a high honor to ho (lov er nor of thin splendid iH'Uiocratle commonwealth. L'nd r Demo ratic rule Missouri has grown great in ail the busy arenas of industr al 1 fe; her credit is not In terior to that of tl.c national govern nient it 11; her fiscal affairs hav been managed with consummate abil ity; her books have been propeily kept, and balance to a cent; her edu cational system ai knowledges no s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 September 1902

A representatives voted for their issue"? Were thrso distinguished Republt tans hypnotized for three decades by tjmo unseen infliusnrc, and Inveigled into the support of improper meas tires? The pcoplo demand a frank response.. The t liariKO In the form of Invest ment of our school moneys from the "bonded form" of Indebtedness to the "certificate form" of Indebtedness, made tip:.n tho recommendation of Governors Hardin and I'helps, was simply a change from tho negotiable to the non-negotiable, form of bond. This action was taken In order to more perfectly safeguard this snored fund. The negntlnhlo bonds were, transfer nblo from hand to hand, while the non-nepotinlile bonds are made to the Btato Hoard of Kducatlon, In trust for tho schools, and can not bo trans ferred. This change, therefore, ob viates the poa-dblllty of tho loss of a Flnglc dollar of school money. Management School Kund In Republican Mates. In view of tho opposition of the present leadership of tho Republican Jmrty ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 September 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, KKPT. 4, W1 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. j ('utility ('(iurt Wits in session tin1 first of the week. Little Miss Hilda Million is sick with typhoid fever. J. A. liarljer mid family of Iowa have moved to this city. S. M. I'.arre of near Venice moves to this eily this week. A, 1). Itledsoe and family moved here from near Santa Fe this week. A little daughter of L. W. Uoh erts at. l?ush Hill is ijuite sick with fever. Win. Cunningham of Rush Hill lias heeii Inlying hogs in South Missouri. John T, Hook of this city with his fine horse took first money, 00, in the saddle ring at Centiulia fair. Tate Morris of Thompson has hough t the Lawler residence, on Love street, in this city. Paid $2,000. Miss May Lewis of near Skinner was voted the most suitably dres sed young lady attending the Cen tralia fair. The Ex-Confederates hold their annual reunion at the .cluli house near Auxvasse 1 llh and 1 1 li of this mouth. The Pastors' Association of this eity passed a resolution ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 September 1902

POETS Rii WRATH Another Eruption Claims Two Hun dred Victims. BALLS OF GOLDEN FIRE FALL Frightful Detonation, Surpassing Any thing Yet Heard, Strike Terror to Inhabitant of Martinique Tidal Wave Washes Away Le Carbet. GaetrK-a. Inland of St. Lucia. British West Indies, Sept. . The British steamer Korona arrived here yoster day evening from Fort de Franco, Isl and of Martinique. She reports that a terrible eruption of Mont Pelee occurred at 9 o'clock Saturday night, and that persons who arrived at Fort de France, at the northern part of the Island, report that the village of Morne Rouge, near the district previously devastated, had been entirely destroyed, and that Le Carbet, a village on the coast that was destroyed by the other eruption, had been swept away by atldal wave. About 200 lives were lout. A sloop from the Inland of St. Vin cent which arrived here this morning reports that Mont Pelee's crater la now quiet, but that the detonations Saturday night were the loudest heard up ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 September 1902

CHANGEJF LIFE., Some Sensible Advice to Wo men by Mrs. E. Sailer. " Pilar Mrs. Pissham Wlion I passed through what is known as clianpe of life,' I had two years' suf fering, Midden heat, sod as quick chills would pans over me ; my nppetito was variable and 1 never could tell for MUS. E. SAILF.K, Tresidcnt Oprm:in Ri-Iief Association, l.iis Angeli'j, Cal. day at a titno how I would foel tlia next dav. Five bottles of Liyriiil 10. IMiiUhum's Vojjotablc Compound changed ttll that, my days became days of health, and I have enjoyed every day since now six years. ' We have used considerable of your Vep-etablo Compound in our charitable work, as we find that to restore a poor mother to health so she can support her self and those dependent upon her, if such there be. is truer charity than to p-ive other aid. You huve my hearty endorsement, for you have proven vourself a true friend to sutTerini? wo inen." Mrs. K. Saii.kr, 7."pS' Hill St., Los Angeles. Oil. $5000 forfeit If about f. timnmat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 September 1902

THE MESSAGE In the Kabrich Building Terms of Subscription: Oun Year Six Month Three Month THURSDAY, SKIT. 4, 1902 MEXICO. Miss Una Melson is entertaining Kula Forgey of Columbia. Clay McClure of near Benton City lias moved to this city. Miss Jean Wallace of Arkansas is visitintr Miss Willie Smith. Mrs. Thomas Northern of Kan sas City is visiting Mexieo relati ves. Miss Bells Clove of Montgomery City has been visiting Miss Nellie McKee. Miss Katherine Deane is the music teacher in the Mexieo public school. Miss Elizabeth (Sibson of Nor borne is visiting the family of T.J. Oibson. Miss Ella Dowell left last week for La l'lata where she will teach this winter. Miss Beth Patterson has returned from a visit to friends in Pennsyl vania and Kentucky. Oarl Sims of the U. S. Cavalry, stationed m Vermont, is enjoying a visit on a furlough. QMisses Blossom Uass and Sudie Strother.from the Indian Territory, are visiting friends here. Mrs. llenrv Stowers. ot near Maple Grove, has been visiting f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 September 1902

Mexico Missouri Message VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1902. NUMBER 45 ANOTHER RAILROAD. Will Lie Thru or Near Lad donla. This County Kansas City, Sept. 4. The Jour nal to-day says: "The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad may be running trains between Kansas City and St. Louis in time for the World's Fair, over a line to con nect with the main system at Did dle, Mo. From Biddle to St. Louis n distance of 154 miles, the Santa Fe will enter the World's Fair city over the Iowa and St. Louis, now building, aud which is supposed to be backed by John W. Gates. "At the office of the Iowa and St. Louis it was stated to be the intention to push the work of con struction on the line as rapidly as possible to St. Louis. The route south of Paris will lie through or near Luddonia, on the Alton, Mid dletown and Gilmore, on the Wa bash and to a crossing of the Mis souri river at or near Centaur, where connections will be made with the Rock Island. It is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 September 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Beal, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI Naturally Europeans arc curious to see three real soldiers. Venezuela seems to be fluttering from an overdose of Castrorla. After all, can Cuba be blamed for wanting $35,OU0,0ii? Who doesn't? Now If Hobson would get married perhaps the girls would let him alone, Kinf? Edward has been "coronated," but M.s. May brick has not been liber ated yet. The man In Venice who doesn't want to go to church now has a rat tllng good excuse. If Minister Liang Cheng Tung makes any mistakes they will bo mere slips of the Tung. Let It be said for Polar Explorer Baldwin that he got back without a relief expedition, anyway. Prince Chen has proved that he has the constitution of a diplomat by sur riving a fifty-course dinner. The Missouri river will have to konp Its snags or employ some other dent- Int. Uncle Sum gives up the Job. The mnn who hints t hat he "dies for his family's sake" generally has some coward or crazy reason of his own. Sena...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 September 1902

PRESIDtN 18 A LITTLE DISFIGURED BUT OTHERWISE NONE THE WORSE. Will Arrive at Chattanooga Sunday Morning to Attond Convention of Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen. Washington, Sept 6 Sml'lngly bow. lng In acknowledgment of the entbus asttc and prolonged cheering of an assemblage that fairly crowded the Baltimore and Ohio station here, Pres ident Roosevelt last night began his southern tour, with Chattanooga, Tcnn., as the objective point. The President was In the city exactly one hour and twenty minutes. The President appeared a little d'e flugred as a result of the Pittsfleld ac cident, but apparently bad quite recov ered from the shock. He stopped to shake bands with those who pressed about htm to congratulate him on bis escape. "Poor Craig!" he frequently repeat ed, in expressing' his thanks to his well-wishers. Through a cordon of police the President was escorted to carriages In waitirg and was quickly driven to the Bal'.lmoie and Ohio sta tion. Secretary Hlti h ock. Commander C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 September 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tin) l'ostoflice itt Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. SKIT. 11, 1902 This year it is Missouri's great est cm n crop. Greatly delighted is this town with free mail delivery. The trusts go marching on, and now Roosevelt admits thnt they eannot be squelched, only "rcgula ted." Audrain's big crops nnd the many land exchanges should help bring that wave of prosperity we all have been looking for ho long. (Jet ready lo hear a great speech next Monday at 1:.'0 p. in. when Congressman DeArmond comes to this city. This country affords no greater exponent of Jeffersonian Democracy. President Roosevelt is to visit St. Louis next month. The dishes and "things along that line" on the table where he will dine will cost $1,400. We are tempted to say with Judas of old, "these things might well be sold and given to the poor." REFERENDUM BOOM. Petition Would Fill a Large Dry Goods Box. Springfield, 111. ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 September 1902

r SAMPLE GOPi. f. THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1902 jt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Hardin College opens today. Sturgeon is t(t have a street fair. The Mexico schools opened Tuesday. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Kminons, a sou. P James Myers is investing in Hush Kill real estate. J. M. Ciilbcrtson has ni6ved from Hush Hill to Laddonia. The Holiness people are lioldiug a revival meeting at Centralia Horn, to C. H. Dickey and wife, of near Molino, on the 9th, n son. Eddie Waltz has been taken to the asylum for the insane at Fulton. Irwin Lambert will attend the school of telegraphy at Chillicothe this winter. The conference made Rev. V. A. Ilanna presiding elder of the Gallatin district. REV. JOHN ANDERSON. Claud Browning, near Worces ter, i9 suffering with a broken arm. Horse fell with him. Butler Brooks of this city will attend Notre Dame University thru the coming year. Miss Belle Herron left this week to resume her duties in the State University at Lincoln, Neb. Misses Nina Mundy and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 September 1902

HE COMBINE IN THE TOILS EXPOSURE OF MUNICIPAL COR RUPTION IN THE CITY OF 8T. LOUIS. John K. Murrell Returns from Mexico to Testify Eighteen 8t. Loult Statesmen Indicted on His Evidence. St. Louis, Sept. 9 John K. Murrell, twice a momber of (he house of dele gate from the Fourteenth Ward. In flicted for bribery and for five month!) a fugitive from Justice, the man who held one key to the safe deposit box In the vaults of the Lincoln Trust Com pany containing $7&,0n for the house ' combine." when the Suburban bill be came a law, has voluntarily returned to St. Ixiula. Yesterday n the office of Circuit Attorney Folk he made a eon fission Implicating eighteen men who are now or h;ive been members of the house of delegates. On the strength of his testimony eighteen bench war rants were Issued at the Instance of the grand Jury, which was convened for the purpose. Thwie eighteen men are charged with bribery, and fifteen of them with perjury In addition, nut nine of them could be found ...

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