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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 September 1902

AN IOWA MAN Discovers the Right Thing at the Right Time. fr. E. Bayre, olTlclal povommrnt and meteorological reporter, residing at Ogden, lows, was a very sick man from Lis kidneys. Mr. Havro u prostrated In the nummcr of 18US. and almost despaired, at all endcaTors to check the trouble proved of no avail; Jusl at the d linger point of kidney trouble he found a remedy that cured him. It wot In a little wooden box and LOOKED LIKE THIS-' TDoan's Kidneg A -RTf i ic.-eea. ... If you have any kidney or bladder ills and want to be cured, cut out this coupon, end to us with your name and addruas, plainly written, we will niuil you A FREE TRIAL. THIS COUPON good for a free trial of DOAN'fl HlD.NtY ril.l-S, m modern kidney prelfle fur Ilarkache, Itheunmtlo l'alna, I'rlnary IHanrdera. IMahetra, IropT, and all ilia of (ba Kidney and Bladder. FOSTIR MILBURN CO.. Buffalo, N. Y. W. L. DOU $3 & $3-59 SHOES K tf. A. Omnia t On or till Itandard of tin world. W. I,. Doarla mH and HjtWi men' Good....

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. — 11 September 1902

MESSMGEi :. ; i ., I t-1 c r. i:'J sliding I I'll i i .1 !' M . .1. , l. . Tir. M. n T J . i.m i iiri:si.v. ski''!'. ii. i!HU MEXICO. Mr-. I'. II. fill!. 'ii i:-ii'l I'utv i i'ii-mls !.il v, i k . '. U. C;iiitl;nrn i :: Harris l'i ;n- tor his lu'.ilih. Iu!i;i Sims of Tcxti-; if iitin' lii- :ii'i iil- lii-iir town. Mis Alberta Kenucii visited Im i .iiiii i'lii iuN lnt week. ."ii--s Mary Limn1 "I' Sturgeon v i.-it( d n i 1 1 1 l.i ri' this M rk. A! Su-ic h'ino returned lat !v ; i- a visit to Kansas 'it.v 1 1 ,,i! : i" . Mi -. .ii jith.i l.:il;e ol Ladduliia I, .;- It. it visiting tin' family f II. .' I :i!'.r in Ibis city. I M ,v.:rd li'oii.-'- of ( )iaali:i is t in" ;;la l ol Iii- pan-Ill in t lii- I'ity. .'.'. a i; i .'! is . .1 . W . I i u .- . .-I, . ii iV.i-.- last w. el; vi i!. ! ' i i- i -i.-r .Miss .Mai . v ho is !, ,: -; . , i ; - in I !n' ll'.i.-lt Hill .-'-iionl. .1. i. ire,-r has nluni'd l.i ;. r I r at ('anion all' r a isit ,.:iivit Mr. ami Mis. A. i. 1 . I, '.'Ml. !.''.h...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 September 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1902. NUMBER 46 MEXICO. J. V. Williams is in Pennsylva nia on business. Miss Sarah Oreen is visiting rel atives in Kansas City. Miss Edna Ellis of Molino is a pupil in our high school. Kohert Harnett has moved his family to Kansas City, Kan. J. H. Hotkin is grently improv ing his residence property. H. T. Shootman put the Court House yard in fine shape last week. Silas Martin, late of the (Slobe Hotel, 1ms moved his family back to Rush Hill. A. (i. Turner has sold his fine farm just southwest of the city. He gets $.")( an acre. E. Hughes and wife are home from Oklahoma. Mr. Hughes did not like that country. Miss Ollie Threlkeld is home from Colorado, where she had been doing stenographer work. Miss Ethel Snidow will attend school at Fulton thru the coming year again. She graduates next spring. Miss Ethel McKinney, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Porter (ireg ory here, returned to her home a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 September 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI If moaqultoea can't stand yellow tho Jaundiced individual la in luck. The perslatence of atitoseorrhlng reminds us again that men will be boys. The new harvester trust ought to be able to do a lot of reaping In the finan cial field. Tne British certainly did not hide their Joy at the fact that the Doits surrendered. It Is several months since any Eu ropean power has warned the sultan. Why this neglect? Caynor and Greene will get the full effect of the climate of Canada when their money gives out. Considering the prlnreimes he has to pick from, it Is little wonder the prince wanted an American girl. It is believed that the tniRt magnates of Philadelphia are behind the pro posed boycott on bottled beer. As a matter of course, the new combine of meat packers means to get all It can and can all It gets. The hairs on Mr. Rockefeller's head are still numbered, but It Is no longer so easy as it was to count them. In the eighties...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 September 1902

Missouri CANAL SCHEME IS REVIVED. Missouri and Meramee Promoters Again Before County Court. After lying dormant for several month 8 the proposition to build a ca nal In St. Louis County for power pur poses has been revived. James R. Waddill and Berkeley E. Johnson, the promoters of the Missouri and Mera mee Water Company, were before the County Court In Clayton and urged that astlon be taken on their applica tion for a franchise. After hearing arguments the court laid the matter over. ' The scheme of the company is to tap the Missouri River at Centaur and In a northeasterly direction to Creve Coeur and then southwesterly to the Meramee River, near Meramee High lands. The canal will have a fall of 65 feet, which. It Is expected, will make a miniature Niagara and furnish sufficient power for manufacturing plants to pay a handsome dividend to the promoters. The canal will cost $5,000,000. When the application was first filed In the county court about 100 farmers, owning property fronti...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 September 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beul, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the Postoflicc ut Mexico, Mo., a second-class matter. THURSDAY, HKl'T. 11, 1902 THOSE CERTIFICATES. Tim Mexico Mkssack makes tun of the Republican charge that the school fund has been misapplied by the Democratic ringsters who have infested the Missouri eapitol for a number of years, and says: "Don't get seared about that 'looted' school fund. It is yet a very healthy looking fund to the tax payers of Audrain county. It seems to crow with the looting." Sad, indeed, but why does not the Messaok tell its readers how the school fund is made to look so "very healthy?" Why not be lion- esi, air. iukssahk, and tell your readers that the school fund, which was once a cash asset and drew in terest from the government, has been used up, misapplied, and that in violation of the State constitu tion certificates of indebtedness, on which the taxpayer must pay the interest in order to have any school fund at all, w...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 September 1902

We will sell one car-load of Kansas Mares and Horses to highest bidder at Mexico, Thursday, Sept. 25. Sale will commence promptly at 2 p. m. KING BROS. Kill r M THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 1H, VM1 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Porn, to Kcv. and Mrs. II. E. Tniex, n son. Tim Missouri Military Academy opened yesterday. Ceorgu Wlmley is attending the State University. M. C. Martin, the shoemaker, moves to Vandalia this week. Monstrr crowds attended the ex confederate reunion nt Auxvasse. St. Claire Emmons is attending the State School of Mines at Holla. Frank Parker and son, of Skin ner, left Tuesday for Alabama to seek a place to locate. According to the weather bu reau this has been the coldest Sep tember in fourteen years. The Centralia Fair paid out and the stockholders get a dividend of ten per cent on their investment. John (iraham is laid up with an attack of lumbago, also a burn. Sometimes the remedy is worse than the disease. Eld. C.C. Hill, formerly of this county, having resigned ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 September 1902

lllf BEEF TRUST IIY! A PACKING COMPANY ORDERED A DECAYED CARCASS OF BEEF CORNED. Milton Taylor, a St. Joseph Butcher, Testifies Concerning the Methods of a Packing Company Talla How the Combine .Controlled .Prices .and Drove Out an Independent Concern Jefferson City, Mo.. Sept. Iff. Attor ney General Crow added another chap- ter to the Beef Trust probing, which baa been going on from time to time since the preliminary hearing In May by the Introduction of two new wit nesses from St. Joseph before Com mlssloner I. H. Klnley. Milton Taylor, of St. Joseph, was the atar witness. The hearing was heli! here following several days' examin atlon In St. Joseph. The first witness before the Com missioner was Milton Taylor, who tes tified that he was a retail butcher In St. Joseph, and had bought moat from Armour & Co., the Hammond Packing Company, Nelson-Morris, Cudahy and Swift ft Co., and that the prices from aJl bad been Identical on certain days and never could he buy cheaper from one...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 September 1902

1 THE SURGEON'S KNIFE tlrs. EcLls Stevenson of Salt Lake City Tells How Opera tions For Ovarlaa Troubles May lie Avoided. "Ditan linn. Tiskiiam :T suffered With inflammation of tlie ovaries and womb for over hi x years, end nrlng ache and pains which none ran dream of but those who have hud the itme ejtpe- imfl. ECKIS RTEVEKSOV. rlenee. II uiulreils of dollars went to t be doctor and the druggist. I was simply a walking medicine clict-t and a phys ical wreck. My sister residing in Ohio wrote me thHt she had been cured of womb trouble Vv nslnc Lydlrt E. IMnkitain's Vopotablo (dm. pound, and advised me to try it. I then discontinued all other medicines and jrave yonr Vegetable Compound it thorough trial. Within four weeks nearly all pain br.d left mc ; 1 rarely had headaches, mid my nerves were in a, much better condition, and I was cured in three months, and this avoided a terrible surffleul operation." Mrs. Eckis Stevesos. 2r.O So. State St., Salt Lake City, t'tnh. $&000 forfeit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 September 1902

THE MESSAGE In the Kabrich Building Terms of Subscription: One Year l.uo Six Months .Mi Three Month .'; THURSDAY, SKIT, is, '.)() CAUSES FCR AVOIDIrl CHURCH I.OBg-Wlixleil anil Voclfer. ai lllibvp round No Favor with Child. There la a certain hi. whop whoso piety In uniir8tlnned, hut who has an unfortunate habit of preaching very long sermons. He has, beflldeit, an exceedingly Ronorous voice, arcl people living anywhere within a blork of hia church can hear him without taking the trouble to enter the Banct uary. A few Sundays ugo he was an nounced to preach at a popular church and the people who entertained him had a little daughter who was very fond of attending service. When the family got ready little Elsie flatly re fused to go with them. "I don't want to go to church," che declared. "What's the matter?" asked the mother, much surprined, "are you 111?" "I don't like the blrihop," confessed the child. "Oh, Elsie, that's a wicked thing to say!" gasped the mother. "I hate the bisho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 September 1902

Mexico Missouri. Message VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1902. NUMBER 47 CLAY NOMINATED. Selected at the Meeting Last Saturday. The following members of the Audrain County Democratic Cen tral Committee met at the Court House in this city lust Saturday to consider the matter of the vacancy for lJepreseutative on the county ticket caused by the death of Rhodes Clay; one of the committee was represented by proxy: T. M. Dowcll, Mexico. .1. A. Abbny, Thomas (hum, A. II. Whitney, S. C. Groves, Clarence Jerry, llollensville. M. L. Travis, Rush Hill. O. A. Wilson, Molino. W. O. Hostetter, Farber. James Hall, Cuivre. Chairman W. O. Ilostetcr called the meeting to order and stated its object. Secretary Whitney introduced a resolution reciting that at a pre vious meeting of the Committee a resolution had been adopted ask ing all who desired to run for the nomination to announce themselves in the newspapers, and if there was more than one announcement there...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 September 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Deal, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI Tii ere is sweeping movement on foot to organize a broom trust. Tbe sultan has again promised to be good. It's a way tbe sultan bas. Think as kindly as you ran of tbe mosquitoes. They work while you . sleep. Germany is brglnnlng to think tba .auto invasion worse than the Ameri can invasion. Lucky Is tbe Chinese diplomat who romes to this country. It is not only more sociable, but safer. As the late Horace Blglow would say, the underpinning of Venice is purty consld'ble out of J'int. Some persons might think that eat ing fifty ears of green corn was about as pleasant a way to die as any. Prof. Schenk will always be remem bered as the man who thought be was posted on the whims of tbe stork. A noiseless mosquito is no Im provement on the other kind. It leaves him too much time for actual business. How many loving wives will envy Mrs. John R. Drexel her birthday gift of a check for $200,000 from her hus band. King Edward has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 September 1902

CASTING HI8JRSI IE. Young Man Sought Information From His Republican Father. A LESSON IN MISSOURI HISTORY, IHnlnftiiv That Will lln I'onnil Instructive nuil llccldidly lull rc.llnu to Itiitli the Hrt Voter unit to TIiiur liin Fvpi rl riiriMl Vhi Will Vote Tills Yiur. (From thn Hunniliiil Jntn :m.) Sitting in a cozy library of a com fortable Hannibal Home, father and (ton discussed current topics, and then a thoughtful mood took possession of the young man, who, up to this time, hqd given very litt'o thought to the period soon to arrive when the per plexities of life, must bo dealt with by and for himself. j "I will be twenty-one years of nge In October," said tho pon addressing his father, "and It seems to mo that It Is about time for me, after the splen did school and social advantages your moans and standing as a man have given me, to think about my future In a biR-imss way." And then tho son's future in the bus iness world was earnestly considered ami di -cussed and a conclusion ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 September 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor mid Proprietor Entered tit tin; Posto'llco at Mi Mo., ns second-class mutter. Xll'll, THURSDAY. SEPT. 23, 1002 Democratic Ticket, Fir .Indue (if Supremo Court. !. 1). HLMIC.KSS. L. It. VALL1ANT. .J. I). FOX. For Railroad Commissioner. J. A. KNOTT. .1. 1'. KICK. For Superintendent Public Schools. W. T. CAKIMNOTON. Forjudge St. Louis Court of Appeal. VALLE KKYItCKN. For Congress Champ Clark. For Representative Orecn Clay. For Presiding Judge ,1. K. Situs. Forjudge Western District .1. A. Lewis For Judge Kasteru District .las. lleatoti For Probate Judge -W. V. ISotts. For County Clerk - K. II. Carter. For Circuit ClerkV. II. Morris. For Collector -Albert Harrison. For Itecordcr S. K. Kendall. For Pros. Atfy- II. L. ltickley. For ShcrllT-tJiiincy lames. For Treasurer W. II. Turner. For Coroner W. V. Macfarlaue. Mexico's Korn Kurnivnl be made n great success should Tim schools of this State should be kept out of the mire of partisan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 September 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MKl'T. 1D0J g HAPPENED AND IIAPPENINC. g The County Hoard of Eunlizu tion was in session Monday niul Tuesday . Two Ccntralia boys are training nil ox team and will drive it to (lie World's Fair. Down nt St. Charles every corn eoh this year will he worth n pen ny will he made into pipes. Nannie Maiden at Sturgeon wants her maiden name again is asking for a divorce from her litis hand, Albert Maiden. The C. & A. has introduced an other novelty on its passenger trains between Chicago and Kan sas City a grill room, or dining room. Misses Nannie Wright and Annie Millikin, both teachers iu Mexico public schools, were re cently granted life certificates by the institute held at Columbia. Kev. .T. H. White, of Montgom ery county, addressed the Audrain Prohibitionists in their convention here Monday. Kev. White is well remembered in this county where he formerly lived and preached. Ed. linker, the colored man, who butted his head against a train near Pollock's mill ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 September 1902

Morgan In Politics. IDENTIFIED AS YOUNQ. STRATTON'S BEQUESTS. SEVERANCE OF DIPLOMATIC RE LATIONS 13 EXPECTED AT AL MOST ANY HOUR. Relation Long Strained South Amer ican Republic' Angry Protest Over British Occupation of Island Makes Trouble Acute. Ixnidon, Sept. 23. Diplomatic rela tions between Great Britain and Vene zuela are on the verge of being sever ed. Any day. almost any hour, may bring the annoiinrement that the Hrit lsh Minister at Caracas has rerelveil lilrt passport, wftn corresponding ao tlon toward tho Venezuelan represen tative In Ixjndon. The cause of the crisis does not H(Hm to be altoKether eonflned to any particular incident, tint consists In various differences which culminated In Venezuela assuming such an angry attitude regarding the hoisting of a British flag over I'alos (Goose) Island as to leave Downing street fully Im pressed with the belief that the Vene zuelan Government Intends to force matters to a crucial issue. That a diplomatic rupture would re sult ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 September 1902

MILWAUKEE PEOPLE Could Hardly Belize It, A Prominent Woman Sated From Death br lydla E. Plnkhamf Tegetable Compound. Dzab Mm. Pineham : I inppoM larf number of people who read of my remarkable cure will hardly belter It bad I not experienced it myaelf , I know that I should noU M MBS. SADIE E. KOCH. "I Buffered for months with trouble peculiar to women which gradually broke down nay health and my vrry life. 1 was nearly insane with pain at times, and no human skill 1 consulted in Milwaukee could brin? me relief. " Mr attention was railed to Lydla E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Com- fionnd ; the first bottle brought re ief, and the second bottle an absolute cure. I could not believe it myself, and felt sure it was only temporary, but blessed fact, I have now been we'll for a year, enjoy the bekt of health, and cannot in words express my grat itude. fcSincerelv yours, Kadis K. Koc h, 124 10th St., Milwaukee. Wis." fsooo forfait If aeooe fitimmlal It net gtnulnt. Such unquestionable testimony...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 September 1902

THE MESSAGE Tirnis of Subscription : Oue tear fi.m Sl.x Months N) Three Months 2., THURSDAY, SEPT. 25. 1902 MEXICO. W. P. Tredwny is home from Lopnnsport, Indiana. J. I). MeKee visited Prof. N. 15. McKec at Fulton last week. Misa Alary Houston visited her sister near Santa Fe this week. Fred Pilcher its home from Iowa. He spent the summer in that state. Mrs V. V. Pry has been enter tertaining' Mrs. VV. II. Pry of Louisiana. I. H. Talbot, U. W. Coleman and William Vivion are fishing down on the ascunade. J. 11. Carter and wile, J. 15. Woolery and wife and (Jeo.W'oolery went to 'Idplin for a viwit. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Rouse, of Omaha, who have been visiting J. W. House and family here, are now the guests of friends at Cham ois. Miss Mary Cross entertained the following pleasant company last Saturday night: Misses Madge Kent, Katherine Varnou, Lutie Vaughn, Prances Mason, Mamie nud Highly-one Turley; Messrs. Sam Sharp, James Orear. St. Clair. Emmons. lit Turley, Care Elder a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 October 1902

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1902. NUMBER 48 NO INDICTMENT. Grand Jury Fails to Find VA The grand jury last week, called to investigate the shooting of Rhodes Clay last July by 0. A. Barnes, after being out about four days, failed to find an indictment. This is most likely the last diop ter in the lamentable happening. The jury was composed of as fair-minded and intelligent a set of men ns ever sat on a like matter in the county. Their names were as follows: A. J. Douglass. Henry Weber. J. L. Pierce. T. 0. Botts. P. E. Scroggin. J. K. Britton. T. J. Iryin. J. A. Guthrie. B. E. Doan. S. L. MeCord. J. T. Beatty. I. P. Coons. Thejury called in many wit nesses during the week and of course it is presumed that all the AN OLD SCHOOLMATE. Tells About Things at Far ber in the early days. Editor Message : I have just read your little write-up of MissLucinda SchroU's, Mrs. C. M. Gilliland, death in the Farber Forum of Sept. 12th. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 October 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publisher. MEXICO MlSSotKI i. . . . i 'Imp, tide, and a mntorman l;i u hurry slop for no man. Dun l'atrh lias a plain and hotm Tv tiamo, but I1I3 record 1h a mighty pretty one. The way of tho transgros nor may b hard, lint a good deal of It Funis to by asphalted. The devil wagon, like tho worm, h;iR a tendency to turn upon those who press It too hard. How President Haer miiKt despise the ordinary citizen who has his win ter conl In and paid for. It must be admitted that "the boys In olive drnb" doesn't sound bo well from a poetic standpoint. No doubt the American girl is en tirely eriual to the task of driving tho monarchies out of business. In England they nre exploiting a led light cure for disease. It should be good for the yellow Jaundice. If our millionaires get tired of golf they will probably purchase navies uinl indulge in the greut. war game. So long as the automobile eon Unties to run amuck on the highways Kraile-crosslng agitation seems ...

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