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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 October 1902

.1 COCKRELL 01 STATE ISSUES " Great Speech by Missouri's Disting- .".I I O i-- - uisneu senator. ( , HE IS PROUD OF DEMOCRACY. He DiH'Inrm tlmt Not Our llollnr of Mate 1 "Money llni Kvcr Hceii Wii-teil, stolen, SflUHridtTetl ur MIniilliMl iMirlnif Ileum. mtlf- Control In ?l livmrt. United Stat's Senator Cockrrll. In a great speech doliv. red nt Jefferson City last we k, outlintd the po.-ltlon i,f the Democratic, party with respect to the trustK, the tariff and other questions. Then !:o spoke at length concerning state affairs. After r. viewing the liis tory of the State si-hucl fund the Coll ator said: The ligal liability of the Slate to pay the certificates and intire.-t is e: actiy the same as was tt: lesnl lia bility to pay the bonds. N new debt or liability was er. ated. ami no evi dence of a new debt cr 1 a illty. Th y are simply (Vldem-is of existing d'hts and liabilltifs payable to b"urfr and transferable by delivery, nride payable to the State Hoard of education, and nou-t r...

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. — 2 October 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday, John Beal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered at the Postofflco at Mexico, Mo., as second-class mutter. THURSDAY. OCT. Pjo: Democratic Ticket. I'or Judge of Supreme Court. ' i. I). ncucKss. L. U. VA I. hi ANT. .1. I). FOX. For Railroad Commissioner. .1. A. KNOTT. .1. P. HICK. For Superintendent Public Sellouts, W.T. CAURINC.TON. For Judge St. Iouis Court of Appeals. VALLK UKYISIKN. For Congress Chump Clark. For Representative Orecn Clay. For Presiding .Inline ,J. E. Sims. For Judge Western District J. A. Lewis For Judge Eastern District Jus. Kenton For Probate .Indue W. W. Itotts. i For County Clerk -E. II. Carter. For Circuit Clerk W. II. Morris. For Collector Albert Harrison. For Recorder S. E. Kendall. For Pros. Att'y-K. L. llickley. For SlierltT Qulncy James. For Treasurer W. II. Turner. For Coroner V. W. Macfarlane. Mexico's Kuril Kill'llivill should be made n great success Lee for (lovenior and Major for Lieiitetiaut (jovernor, why, that would...

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. — 2 October 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 1902 umnrurrv iiun uinncNiftir. Mrs. J. M. rheumatism. Pollard is ill with Hob Arnold is out tuck of illness. after mi at- Mrs. K, H. Locke is visiting at Madison, Monroe county. Yesterday was "Missouri Day" at the Illinois State Fair. (ieorge Johnson and wife are home from Hillings, Mout. The Republicans nominated a county ticket at Laddonia Monlay. Joseph Drown, south of Oant, sold his G;" acre farm at $40 per acre. Mrs. Nannie Leminon of West borough is visiting Mrs. H. K. Pearson . Miss Eliza Sneed has returned from n pleasant visit to relatives in St. Louis. The Live Stock Reporter con tained a picture of Miss Abie Mor ris of Thompson. Mr. (lard Davis with his mother und sister have located in South Mexico on Clark Avenue. Hon. Don Summers of St. Louis made a speech before the Republi can convention at Laddonia. Mrs. E. N. Skelly of Rush Hill, is back from a visit to her daugh ter, Mrs. V. E. Veerkamp. at Ne vada, Mo, The Huff murder case is to be tri...

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. — 2 October 1902

-i t P. . OLD LANDMARK GONE. Building Erected by Episcopalians In 1842 Burned at Jefferson City. A building In Jefferson City occupied liy A. 11. Corcw, a saddler and uphol sterer, was practically destroyed by flro and tlie stock of Mr. Carew, val ued at $1.ViO, was a total loss. The structure was erected In 1S12 as a church liy the Episcopalians, nnd 1m paid to ln the oldest building erect ed liy that denomination west (jf the Missitdppl Itiver. In 1M." it was used as a hot.pit.il for a number of persons who were letiniB of A.siatie cholera, contracted on n steamboat while en route from Louisiana, anil they wore l;ept In quarantine there, passengers and crow nllUe. until they recovered rr died. In the parish celelirnted the fiftieth anniversary of this old building with appropriate nnd inter e'sling services. These services were conducted by Ut. Itev. Daniel S. Tut -tie, blshep of the diocese. The records of the old church, rdlll intact, with the exception of a period from 18 IS to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 October 1902

I NERVOUS PUOTrpmn niiciinnii prostration oiaiEwio umiak mi. Pe-ru-na is the only Systemic CatarrhRemedy known tottie Mellcal Profession Mrs. Ida L. Gregory, President of the Poets and Authors Club of Colo rado, President of Colorado Art Club, Director of School of Indus try and Design, Vice President of Sherman Art League, is One of the Leading Club Women of Colorado. In a recent letter from 2 Grant ave nue, Denver, Colo., tliis prominent lady Bays: "Some years ago my husband suffered from nervous prostration and advising with a friendly drug gist he brought home a bottle of Peruna. His health was restored from Its use, his appetite was in creased and restful sleep came to him. I therefore heartily endorse Peruna, as an honest remedy worthy the good things which are said of it." Ida L. Gregory. Nervous prostration is so frequently associated with systemic catarrh that some doctors do not distinguish between the two. In systemic catarrh the dis ease has pervaded the whole system and...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 October 1902

WAVES la You know what that means. Our stock never was more completeseveral new lines added. We open the fall and winter season with a large, well assorted stock. THE BLACK FLAG has always stood for lower prices and will continue to hammer away at high prices until lower prices shall triumph. You protect yourselves when you patronize a store that Sells goods on a low price, small profit basis. Our prices are low, but the quality equal to any. SHOES We are agents for lithe Tenncnt Shot' Co. and specially recommend their line. Our $1.'2K line of men's shoes are equal to shoes olhers sell at $1. 50. Try them. Our $1.35 shoes are by far the bust values you ever saw. A full line of men's and ladies', all styles of toe and finish. Try a pair on our say so. Guaranteed to be all solid leather. Felt Boots We carry the Mis souri made goods none better, every pair must give satisfaction. Jobs in Shoes We always have on our bargain counter many spe cial bargains in shoes, being small lots or sl...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 October 1902

Mexico Missouri Message r VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1902. NUMBER 49 D AN AUDRAIN BOY. Tells About Mexico and Oth' er Audrain People. Colfax, Wash., Sept. 'Jfl, 'lYl. Editor Message: Enclosed please find $1.00 in payment for your pa jH'f out; year. This leaves me enjoying the best of liealtli. The country thor oughly agrees with me for I have gained ten pounds since I landed here. This is a great business place; inhabitants here claim there is no such thing as fail if a person works. Pirown&KimbaU's busi ness is opening up even better than was expected, consequently they are in the best of spirits. There is such an abundance of frieght comes in that it is several days at times, after it lands, before we can get it brought to the store. An immense wheat crop was raised here, this year, and yielded from 30 to 50 bu. I have handled more gold since coming here than I had seen during my life before. Harvest is just about over, and the town is f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 October 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publisher. MKXICO Mlssoflit Once more the odor of moth balls cniii-inciK Iho approach, of winter. A monum'tit ttt Adam is proposed, to be built by chips of t lit old block. Rvcn If David H. Hill had kissed a girl ho in too much of a gentleman to own up. The Boer Irreconcilables seem to be mainly the patriots who were r.ot in the fighting. Whaf. a lot of trouble Hartholin could have paved If Ik had done It a few weeks earlier. Mrs. Koosovolt refused tn entertain the firnt.d Duke Doris. Perhaps Khe needed hi r nlippers. Sir Wilfrid Lnurier declined a peer age. What nn enigma tie must be to William Waldorf Asior. A laud trust Is l it g 01 vanized i:i inlaid, probably for the be tt r pre teeticm of the old rod. Kmperor William lias 2":i trunks out en the field. The burroix of mimic warfare are jr.st aulul. John !'-. SaiTont. the J.' i t it paint er, is coming ou r !:e"e in October. Make ur dales ler t-iilim.s now. Kin-' All'omo in lighl. hinvever. alio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 October 1902

-I - DaVAN fSiS3 EXTRA SES3ii.:. LA3CR FEDERATION MEETING. BALES FOR GOVERNOR. GOVERNOR STONE ORDERS THE FULL MILITIA UNDER ARMS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Believes Pretence of Trooy Necessary to Preserve the Peace Accepts Challenge of Operators at Confer ence. Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 7. Governor Stone to night, after n Ions conference with the general officers of the State militia, ordered out for duty the en tire division of the National Guard of Pennsylvania not already under arms. Mobilization will begin at once. The order will throw Into the anthracite coal fields an army of lO.onn men. about 3.000 of whom are already on guard duty here. The order reads: "llnrrisburg, Pa.. Oct. fi, 1002. Headquarters National Guard, Adju tant General's Office: In certain por tions of the counties of Luzerne, Schuylkill. Carbon. Iaokawnnna. Sus quehanna, Northumberland and Col umbia, tumults and riots frequently occur and mob law reign:?. Men who desire to work have been beaten anil driven away and their fa...

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

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beiil, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tlio Postolllec ut Mexico, Mo., as second -class matter. THURSDAY. OCT. 190: Democratic Ticket. For .Indue of Supreme Court, ;. I). 'HUKGESS. L. if. VALLIANT. .1. 1). FOX. For Kill I mud Commissioner. .1. A. KNOTT. .1. P. RU E. For Superintendent Pnlilie Seliools. W. T. t'AUUI NtlToN. For J nd ku St. Louis Court of Appeals. VAM.E ItEYM'KN. For Congress ("hump (.'lurk. For Representative-1 ireen ( lay. For PresidiiiK .1 inlpt' Mm Forjudge Western District -. I. A. Lewis ForJudg" Kusteru District das. lleaton For Proliute .Indue W. W. Putts. For County Clerk-K. II. Carter. For Circuit Clerk W. II. Morris. For Collector- Allert Harrison. Fur Recorder S. K. Kendall. For Pros. Att'y II. I.. Hickley.. For SlierilT Qiilm-y .lames. ForTreasurer -W. II. Turner. For Cormier V. W. Macfarlane. The Hon. Champ Clark is to make a spoeeh here the .'ilst of this month. Let's (five him a monster audenee. R. M. Snyder,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 October 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. J. 1902 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. St. LfHi'j fair this week. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Moore, a son. 1). 1). Dixon lias moved to this city from Hush Hill. E. D. Phillips is conducting a school of telegraphy and commer cial work in this city. Capt. 0. T. Allen and J. D. O rear addressed the Democratic club at (lant last Monday night. The case of State ex rel Charles Cardwell vs. Wm. Stewart in the Circuit Court this week, plaintiff got verdict for $1,000. Hon. J. E. Swanger of (lallitin will address the Republicans of Audrain at the Court House in Mexico next Monday at 7:30. Miss Ilattie Harmon of Mt. Cariuel vicinity is very ill in St. Louis with typhoid fever. She has been a student at Karnes Medical College and a few years ago was a student nt Hardin of this city. Robert (tillilaud, Sr., died at h!s home east of Wellsville hist Friday of heart disease. He was 77 years old and had lived on the farm where he died since before the war. He leaves a wife and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 October 1902

Missouri LEAD AND ZINC REPORT. Production of 1902 Promise to Reach ; Official Statement Shows j Balance Ten Million Dollar. of $1,592,747.35. Nino months of 1!)02 mark on in-. State Treasurer R. V. Williams mails cream in the value of the ore sales his report for tho month of Sepfm of tho Joplin district of $1,245,484 ! ber Just closed. The report showB the nearly a quarter of a million dollars nver the first nlnenionths o f 1901. and indicate that the year's value will be very close, to or quite ten million dol lars. The average total district value for the 39 works Just ended, has been $182,790 per week, and this average rarrlod to the end of tho year would a total of $9,500,000. To reach flO.OOO.fmo the weekly average for the meat 13 weeks must be $220,000. A year ago y.inc Bold at $27 per ton top, and lend told at $40.50 per ton. Although lead sold at a lower price lant year the production was lorge-r, this year having fallen behind last yon 1720 tonH. The zinc snles are the rev...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 October 1902

SHE CRIED WHEN SHE PUT HER CLOTH E 3 ON. Tills Is wl.nt Mi'i ,l's:,:o Rlcplion rn of HO ilaithvilim Komi, Abonlcrii, fays vlir:i wrlt.ir.;; to tlio Pruprlrti.rs of St. .I;!ool;3 Oil, ttiu ronii'Jy which curt (1 her: "I van very v!;ii rheumatism, t C'MiM not put i.iy t loitirs on without crying out. I oUvjijh l.;i to liuvu unMslaiic? to i!ns myself. I oh tuined :i hottlo ;f Si. Jin-ohs Oil, nn.i uftrr ltd rontci.ts were used I waa much better. I used the contents of two iu'.)i( buttles, and lov 1 nm ablo to do my work hi u:mal. I would recommend anyone troubled with rheumatism to use? St. Jacobs Oil." Misfi tU pher.Rons present condi tion l n very ntnt contrast to what It was before Fho mod St. Jacobs Oil; then she wa.s practically helpless, suf fered the greatest r.ony but now slio Is free from pain, and able to do her work. Surely such e i(leiic. an t!i!i Is most convincing that Kt. Jacobs Oil "Conquers l'ain." IiOtr Drutli l:ii Among SoM t. Under favorable condition.- ef pear e th...

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. — 9 October 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 'J, 1902 Terms of Subscription: Oun Year Il.no Six Months Mi Tlinm Month Street Fair at Anxvnsse next Satnnlny. Miss Lcbbiu Itall (if lliis eityluia charge, of a splendid little school at Dumas, Ark. Three conversions one night last week at the revival meeting in progress at the M. E. church. J. P. (Jibbs orders his Message sent to him at M07 E. 11th st., Kansas City, lie adds:" We are always glad to get the Message; dont like to miss a numlier." Monroe Beagles is at his home in this comity from the Klondike. We are glad to learn that on his second trip back to those regions he made some good money. The Messaok printed grade cards for the Bush Hill schools this week. Prof. Win. Bead is principal, and Misses Eighty-one Turley and Mary Cross, assistants. A Macon county man was con victed of poisoning wells in Macon the other day and sent to the pen itentiary for two years. He tried to make well water make sick peo ple. "MESSAGE HEADERS." The following are la...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 October 1902

issouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1902. NUMBER 50 Mexico ) GOES TO PEN For Two Years--That Is Buff's Fate. Alfred Buff of Vandalia, tried in the Circuit Court here last week, was found guilty of murdering his wife, the jury agreeing that lie should have two years in the pen itentiary. It is thought he got off easy enough. During the progress of the trial Buff himself was put on the stand. He cluitned that the killing was accidental, that he and his wife were in a seuflle who was a very large woman and in the seuflle the gun was accidentally discharg ed. On the other hand the State claims that the killing was premeditated. Miss Louise Buff, the young daughter of de fendant, gave sensational testi mony in the case last winter. The gist of her testimony was that her mother was shot while she was 9ti (' ' I ' ( r -J MISS LOUISE HUFF. ruuniug from her father. Miss Buff could not be located, hence did not testify in the present case. Anot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 October 1902

Mexico Missouri Messag John Beal, Publish or. MKXICO Missouri! L - . - Immorslon Is the German water cure for plrato craft. Your education cannot bo stolen but Uio fruits of it often are. Of all the sad words of tongue or pen the saddest arc these: No coal In the Lin. James J. Hill Is suspiciously quiet. He must be working up another sur prise for the boys. The South American Daughter of the Revolution has to wear a number to Indicate which one. The American navy can fire at four miles' distance now, says Capt. SIgsbee and what's more, hit. Each generation Is wiser than the next. The Shah of Persia has only G3 wives, while his father had 1,720. The Sultan of Morocco has presented an ultimatum to the revolutionists. It Is bound, of course, In half morocco. Fltsimmons' successive farewells to the prizo ring call to mind the suc cessive farewell tours of Adolina l'utti. A banker In Muscatine, la., has mar ried a telephone girl "who always an swered lils calls promptly." Selfish old pl!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 October 1902

Missouri SEOALIA SUES WATER COMPANY. FOUR CROPS IN ONE SEASON. City Alleges Concern Ha Not Lived ' Agricultural College Interested In Jai Up to It Contract. j per County Alfalfa Yield. The City of Sedalla has brought suit : That sJfalfa In the I'weniieth Con In the Pettis County Court against the tury hay, twins to be demonstrated Sedalla Water and Light Company tojby a field owned hy Kit Hall, a farmer cause the forfeiture of the deforciant's I near Carthage. Mr. lit II sowed a sev franchlne. because of it alleged tail- ! en teen -acre Held laM fall and in June ure to comply with Us contract vn'.li I tho first crep was harvested, netting the city. J two tuna to the acre. On J;i,y i.j a Among the causes net forth for the i second crop wan gathered, averaging forfeiture of the charter are the j two tons. September I the third crop company's failure to lay a pipe line j was gathered, amounting to thirty- inrni lis pumping station and reservoir to I-ake Tebo, which was to have been com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 October 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor nnd Proprietor. Entered nt the PoMtofllce at Mexico, Mo., us m-i'oiid-ulusH mutter. THURSDAY. OCT. 1G, W1 Democratic Ticket. l'or .1ikIk! of Supreme Court, (i. i). ltrpr.r.ss. I,. It. VA I.I.I ANT. .1. I). I'X. li r Hiiilroad Commissioner. .1. A. KNOTT. .1. P. KICK, l'or Superintendent Public Schools. XV. T. CAUUIN(iTN. For .Indue St. Louis Court of Appeals. VA1.I.K RKYltl RN. l'or Conress- ( hump Clm-U. For Kcpreseutlltlve-tireeli Cliiy. For Presiding .luil(te-.l. Sims. Fur Judtfe Western District - .1. A. Lewis For .1 lid ire Eastern District- .las. Ileatoii For Probate JiidiieW. V. Potts, a For County Clerk-E. II. Carter. For Circuit Clerk-W. II. Morris. For Collet-tor Albert Harrison. For Uecorder-S. E. Kendall. For Pros. Att'y-H. L. HicUey. For ShcrlfT-gjilncy .lames. For Treasurer-W. II. Turner. For Coroner- XV. XV. Macfarlane. Come to the big Democratic ral ly in this city the Mth. Don't miss hearing Champ Clark's speech...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 October 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 10. 1902 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Mrs. A. W. HuliMi quite sick. lms been Frederick Koads of Benton City is reported very sick. Marti nsburg is on u genuine boom; not 'i vacant house in town. Henry Oliver of Vandalia is thinking of moving to Washington State. .1. I). Orear addressed the Dem ocrats at. Thompson Tuesday night. About 10,000 has been sub scribed toward new Christian Church Dishop Tuttle preached at the Episcopal church in this city Tues day night. Siduey James took Alfred Duff to the penitentiary at Jefferson City Monday. The Mexico Democratic club held a meeting last night to make arrangements for the big rally the 30th. J. II. (ielvin will open a tea and coffee stand in the building, near the postoftice, lately occupied by Dermody Hros. Macon City was storm swept last Suuday afternoon. Twentv-five residences were demolished; there was no loss of life. Oscar Kent now has charge of the new grocery store west of Lnp ton's furniture store, lately ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 October 1902

FOUR STOLEN BODIES FOUND. FIRST HEARING CLOSED. -GREAT COAL MINERS' STRIKE SEEMS VIRTUALLY ENDED. Administration Believes Miners Will Content to the Proposition and That the Mines Will Soon Be Operated Again. Washington. '' 1 lPresldent Roosevelt has settled the great f'oril strike ami relief mini the personal distress mirl commercial disaster which threatened the people of this 4-outii rj Is now Immediately ' hand. On licli.'iir of the con I operators, and at their suggestion. Pierpotit Morgan came to the White House last night and informed the President Ihut the mine owners would accept the arbitration of u commission to tie Hppointed liy Mr. Roosevelt. President Roosevelt accepted this mid will appoint the commission. Inasmuch as this was the original proposition if Mr. .John Mitchell, president of the United Mine Work ers, in behalf of (he strikers, the labor parly to thlH great controversy will accept, ami tlie strike is at an end. Mr. Morgan and Mr. Macon arrived by special tr...

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