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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 20 November 1902

THE ST. PAUL CALENDAR FOR 1903 fix rhects 10x15 Indies. of beautiful reproductions. In colo a, of pastel drawings by liry-on, I now ready for ilFtritutlon ami will be mailed on re ceipt cf twenty-five (EC) cents coin or Ktanips. Address V. A. Miller, Gen eral l'a.wnger Agent, Chicago. Thy Itnrt More fci-mr. A Scotch laird vaa onre surprised to Fee bin sbecp lying out In the torni. "If 1 was a Klieep," paid the laird to the Fliepheril. "I nhoulil nhclter dowu there." ' (Jin ye wre a sheep." re plied the shepherd, "ye v:id liae niair sense." AM, rr TO UATV. IIOIvKKH-rfltS iipo Defiance Pnld Water Stiir. h, terane 1i Is 1 1 tier uud 4 oi. more of 11 for sani money. Otetirutliiic KallroH.r iiinplrlinn The driving of the Uu.t rpike mi the Northern i'neifle rallmuil at C.ohi Creek. Vcti... in U to be made 1he siil.j' it if ;i paint in,; tn overmok 1be grinnl s'nin ii.-f in Montatia't. new state Iioiihc. Wlint'? tlio secret of InppT. ri(;ornni health? Simply keeping the liowei, th Ftoiniie...

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. — 20 November 1902

THE MESSAGE i I TI1UKSDAY, NOV. 'JO. W2 Ttrms of Subscription : One year Si Moutlis '. Three Months KOILING GREASE. BcgUcd Fellow Workmen to End his Life. Granite City, III., Nov. V!. (yitnrad Wicker, for many yen:'- :in employ of the rolling mills in Un capacity of urease I u i N r. V.Vdnis day afternoon 1 -1 1 into a vat. t' boiling jreii!' ami wa so severely 8 -alilfil that death nrms inevita ble. Wicker was stirring the laiil iu mixture at the time of the ac cident. Tin- vat is llii.di with the lloor, and the lower portion of the man's body, from the hips down, Was cooked to the bones. Iii at tempt in;;- to scramble from the kettle his arms were ! badly burned to his elbows bv tin scald ing fat. On beijij.; pulled from the fiery cauldron by ft llowork men Wiekinau be'ed for someone to kill him to end his agony . THE TRUST EVIL. A Word of Warning to the Farmers. Lansing, Mich., Nov. 12. The National Grange, representing ev ery Stale in the 1'nion, opi-ncd its I'Uth annual session...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 November 1902

Mex: Miss Mes OURI SAGE. VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1902. NUMBER 4 'IS IT FAR?' A Mexico Girl Up Mt. Popo catepetl. A Mexico, Mo., girl lias herself famous down in Old ieo. "(). S. F." in the St. made Christian Advocate tells about her in the article below. She climbed Mt. Popocatapetl, starting in the agreeable altitude of the City of Mexico, going "Pi und at Inijt striking "wintertime" and wading in snow ankle (loop. The thin at mosphere prostrated her as she noared the top, and the following tells the laugh on her: A for an hous'srest in the crater I sent the guide to the top to make observations as to the progress or wherabouts of the other members of our party. I knew that Birk hoad, (North Carolina) a man of a decidedly philosophical turn of mind, would not subject himself to the sentimental inconveniences necessary to reach that "old pile of common snow" at the crater. I doubted seriously whether Miss Ilinde, who, however, had every ad...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 November 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Beal, Publisher. WKX1CO MISSOURI It's a woni.'in'a privilege to change her mind, even when she promise to obey. The grip Rerm has made Its annual reappearance a -id in playing to big busluess. It Is simply wasting a man like Mr. Vu to take him back to China and hold him there. It appears probab'e that rresiilent Castro will have to do It all over lU'ain. So tiresome! It is difficult to persuade yourself hat a man is a linr when ho says nice things about yon. There Is nothing small about Mon tana, where a man Is accused of of fering a bribe of $2.r.on,oon. Religious conditions in Chicago must lie peculiar when a clergyman's mind turns to the invention of a bullet-proof vest. Sir Thomas Upton is going to shorten the Shamrock. She will be short enough at the conclusion of the race. The Women's. Federation at Toledo discussed the ideal woman. Can't tell you anything about It until the model arrives. New Jersey should change her ront of anus and should adopt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 November 1902

The Country Road. From the busy lipids of tho farmer-folk It stars on Its winding wry, Goes over the hilt, and across the brook, Where the minnows love to piny; Then, past the mill with Its water wheel, And the pond that shows the sky: And up to tho bridge by the village store, And the church with Its spire so high. Tou would never think that the country road, From the hill to the store, could be Bo long to a boy with an errand to do And onothrr boy to see. Tou can never dream how short it Is From the farm to the froxen pond, Nor how very mch further It always la To the school bouse just beyond. O, the country road! at the farthor end It runs up hill and down. Away from the woods and the rippled brook To the tolling, rushing town. But, best of all, when you're tired and Rick Of the noisy haunts of men, If you follow it back, It will lead you home To the woods and fields again. St. Nicholas, A CASE OF RESEMBLANCE By TEMPLE BAILEY. (Copyright, 190t, by Daily Story Pcui.isniso Compart....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 November 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tin; iVitofliee at Mexico, Mo., as second -cliiss mutter. THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1902 One of the best fellows who walks the earth is Mr. A. Hughes, district deputy of the M. W. A., whose home is in this city. Any secret order would prosper with such a man nt its head. The Joplin Globe is urging that State Senator M. R. K. Biergs, of known integrity and honor, be made a member of the railroad and internal improvements com mittee in the Legislature this win ter. We second that move most heartily. The Kansas City Journal makes this observation: The Sturgeon Leader respectfully calls the atten tiou of anybody who may be dis posed to talk of "poor old Mis souri" to the fact that three farms in Audrain eoiinty were sold a few days ago for $100,000. That was a "lively time" at the Mexico Presbyterian church last Sunday a te mperanee meeting of the churches of the city. Hev. Truex, Dr. Trautrhber. Hev. Green and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 November 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 27. 1902 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Kev. J. S. Jesse has beeu assist ing in u revival mcetiup; at Bonne To ire. A great ninny cattle reported dying from blackleg over about Hntton. Frank liurks and Miss Lorenc Elliott, both of Centralia, were married last week. Two women are conducting a religious revival at the Holiness church in Ccntralia. SUED HIS SISTER. Brother Wanted Her to Pay Share of Mother's Burial. S. P. Emmons' Shorthorn stoek sale at his Long Branch farm next Thursday. Advertisement in this paper. Write Mr. Emmons for catalog. Ccntralia, Mo., Nov. 21. Hiley Bryson, of Monroe county, won his suit to-dny against his sister, Mrs. H. E. Jennings, for one fourth of the cost of their mother's funeral. Bryson alleged that each one of the children had agreed to bear one-fourth of the expenses. Mrs. Jennings denied entering into any sueh ngrecinent, but the jury, after brief deliberation, brought in a verdict in favor of the plaintiff. The parties to the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 November 1902

STATEHOOD SEEMS IN DOUBL OKLAHOMA MAY LOSE BY BEING FAVORED ABOVE NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA. The Senate Committee Visits Okla homa, New Mexico and Arizona, and It Is Believed They Will Report Against the Admission or tha Last Two Territories. Oklahoma haa no cinch on cccurlng statehood at tho coming session of Congress. In fact, It looks aa though '.he cards have been stacked against ner, not only by politicians or states men, but by a combination of clrcum itances over which no one In particular las control. That the members of the Senate committee on territories which net Monday at Guthrie believe Okla homa Is entitled to statehood Is cer ialn, although the committee gave out io public declaration to that effect. Its proceedings were conducted in star jhamber session. It Is also reasonably iertain that the committee, will recom mend statehood for Oklahoma. Ordi narily, that would settle tho case, but In thia Instance It complicates tho sit uation and really may be the means of lefeat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 November 1902

If Another club woman, Mrs. Haule, ol Edgcrton, Wis., tells how she was cured of irregulari ties and uterine trouble, terrible pains and backache by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "A while spro my hcnlth began to fall because vS female trouble. Tho doctor did not nelp m I remembered thnt tny mother nud used Lydia K. Plnkliam'fl Vegetable Compound on many occasions fur irregularities and uterine troubles, and I felt aura that it could not harm me at any rata to give it a triul. " I was certainly glad to find that within a week 1 felt much better, the terrible pains in my bck and aide were beginning to cease, and at the time of menstruation 1 did not hare nearly as serious a time aa hereto fore, so I continued its tJe for two months, and at the end of that time I was like n new woman. I really have never felt better in my lire, have not had a sick headache aince, and weigh 20 pounds more thnn I ever did, to I unhesitatingly recommend Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Mat Havi.e, Ed ge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 27 November 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. "J". 1902 Terms of Subscription: One year I-'"' Six Months Three Month SMART TRICK. Wife Buried Hypnotist Feeds Her Thru Air Shaft. Tin? following dispatch, of Nov. 1!), comes from Emporia, Kansas: A reporter and Night Marshal, Low, last night caught Prof. Van Ora passing food down an eight inch air shaft to his wife, whom hi! buried last .Saturday night in an alleged hypnotic sleep. When lmrying her Van Ora stated that she would remain in an uninter rupted sleep till Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. Van Ora had buried the woman in a box thirty inches deep an d eight teet, long, lie has been go ing to restaurants at midnight, when no customers were in, and buying milk and sandwiches and passing them down the shaft. The woman would then sit up in thu box and eat her luneh. Van Ora has contracts in sever al towns in Kansas. He also claims to have a contract for HO days at the St Louis exposition. He will probably leave Kansas, as the ex posure will ruin his bus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 December 1902

i M "7 tv. u VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1902. NUMBER 5 They Quit How One Mun "Stiffened" His Other Experiences. The Mkksahe knows of perhaps a dozen men in Audrain county who in the past few years, for one reason or another, have quit the toliaeeo habit. One man, not now a resident of this State, quit "chawin"' and we asked him what lie did, if anything, to help him keep his resolution j his simple re ply was, "I just stiffened my back bone." Hut the funniest thing is an ex perience reported from a neigh boring city to Mexico. A fellow went into a newspaper oflice and tried to "convert" the editor, lie began in this way: "Chewing to bacco is a vile habit. I took my last chew this morning." " You ought to swear off," he insisted to the writer, with the fervor of a new convert. "1 see now that the practice is absolutely filthy, and it is simply ruinous to the liver. Come, now, quit with me und let's be gentlemen." The newspaper man recalled a sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 December 1902

Mexico Missouri Message Jehn-Beal, Publisher. IEXICO MISSOURI A South Dakota editor calls tno rival newspaper In hla town his "con-temptuary." Marconi says he hae succeeded in telegraphing across the ocean without wlreg. Now for Mars. The czar's rules for editors maUes the reporter a superfluous appendage to a Russian newspaper. There are 'not lacking Indications that in his arbitrament against us King Oscar-flipped a copper. It can't really be so expensive liv ing at Atlantic City. Hetty Green lias gone there for her health. Now they are going to teach all the modern languages by machinery. This should make talk still cheaper. Pictures of Gen. Uribe-Urtbe show that he Is not such a terrible-looking fellow as his riarao would lead one to infer. Count Don I de Castellane has an overcoat which cost $11,000. The price of his new corsets la not named. News from New York and Paris la to the effect that the arrogant chauf feur Is beginning to get what is com ing to him. A ralgln trust has...

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

1 :. II CANAL III! TERMS AGREEMENT SAID TO HAVE BEEN REACHED WITH NICARAGUA AND COSTA RICA. Minister Concha Withdraws and Secre tary of Colombian Legation Ordered to Take Up Work Which Ha Aban dons. , A Washington dispatch says Sena tors and Representatives Interested In canal legislation have learned that an agreement, amounting practically to a treaty, with Nicaragua and Costa Rica had been drafted by Secretary Hay, which the representatives of these two countries have announced their will ingness to sign. This agreement pro vides for a cession by both countries of a canal strip over which the United States Is to have undisputed control. For this cession Nicaragua Is to re ceive $6,000,000 and Costa Rica $1.- (100,000. Washington Special: Senor Concha has been relieved as Minister for Co lombia by orders from Bogota. Minis ter Concha having stood fast against several strong representations trom his own Government favoring the can al treaty, the latter decided to place the further ...

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

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Postoflleo ut Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. DEO. 4, 1902 Thanksgiving Sermon. We do not know whether Rev. Kokendoffer of this city who preached the Thanksgiving ser mon last Thursday is a Democrat or Republican or whether lie is cither or whether he cares for par tisan politics at all, but certainly his remarks referring to Presi dent Roosevelt the President's stand against the trusts, his move for arbitration in the settlement of the coal strike and his position on adjustment of the tariff schedule in the. interest of the working man the preacher's words were optimis tic, liberal and the utterances of the patriot. Mr. Roosevelt is the President of all the people, and when he takes a bold stand in favor of an important issue, like the preacher, we should nil stand by him and help hold up his hands with every good word. Pro. Kokendoffer also caiue down to affairs in Missouri, and t...

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

THE MESSAGE BIG LAND DEAL. MUST GIVE SUPPORT. l'HUKSDAY, DEC. 4, 1902 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Vnndalin, this rouiity, gnat building boom. is on a Atty. P. H. Cullon is home from a business trip to Indiana. K. M. Beanier of Molino is a new reader of the MrcssAfiK. Tiic Mkssauk adds four new unities to its Mexico Mibscrijil list this week. 1. M. Morris will be assistant to his son, W. 11. Morris, in the Circuit Clerk's office. The wife of (Jen. Clay Hwing died at Jefferson City last Sunday night. Her age was G!) years. Mrs. Nannie Leniton, well known in this city, was married last week in Kansas City to C. H. Huntley. S. M. Silver, east of Mexico, had a public sale last week and in a few days will move to California to reside. A Millionaire Buys a 4,600 Acre Farm. HOGS DYING. Lungs of Animals Afflicted by Small Worms. Palmyra, Mo., Nov. 12!). The biggest laud deal in the history of the county was eonsuuiated this morning when II, C. llaiskaiup, a millionaire manufacturer of St. Louis,...

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

ROOSEVELT His Annual Communication Upon Questions of Importance VIEWS ON THE TRUSTS AND TARIFF A Lowering of Import Duties Would Not Remedy the Evils of Monopoly Believes in a Tariff Com missionMuch That Is Good in Labor Unions and Corporations Many Needs of the Nation. To the Senate anil House of Representa tives: We Fill continue In a period of unbounded prosperity. This prosperity is fiot the creature ol la, but undoubtedly the laws under which we work have been Instrumental In creating the conditions vhlch mat It possible, ur.d by unwise leg . lltlon It woulil be easy enough to destroy It, There will undoubtedly be periods of depression. Tho wove w 111 recede; but the tide will advance. Thin nation In seated on h continent Hanked by two great oceans. It Is composed of men the des.cer.dHii ts of lilnnecrs, nr In a sense, pioneers them selves; nf men winnowed out from utnuiiK the nation nt the old world by the energy, boldness, arid lovo of ailventure found in their own eager hear...

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

Make ran of Official Cr4ft Congressman FlUgnrald of New York It poking fun at the Indian com missioners' order prescribing the style of haircut and the color of paint to be used by Indiana. Mr. Fitzgerald Bays lie wants more information. "I want to find out whether an Indian must wear a plug hat, white shirt, his hair pompadour and patent leather shoes before he can secure his rations," said Mr. Fitzgerald. "I don't think the latest order specifics whether the In dian must refer to his clothing as 'pants,' 'breeches' or 'trousers.' Con gress must settle that question." Reform on th Wnj In Raasla. Student agitations in Russia are bearing fruit. It is freely predicted by progressive men in that empire that the country will have a constitutional form of government within the next ten years. The czar and his ministers realize they must take the lead in making the reforms or undertake to resist them. To resist them means terrorizing the whole of the empire. A policy of repression In the ...

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

THE MESSAGE rilUKSDAY, DEC. I. VMYl Ttrms of Subscription : On.- year l.oo Six Months : Three Months W BUCK THE LINi-. A IV OU Up flgllitist IhikI lin k Muck I In- line! Slmw I lie world you're fill! oi pluck, Ibiek the line! Smash ahead with nil your might, Tosh obstacles left iiikI t i 1 i t , Brace up, friend, and make the fight liuck tin; line! Is your path beset with foes? Hack tlio line! Does hind fate your way oppose? Huck the line! Hump your shoulders, how your neek, Don't lay down at cv'ry eheck, Smile and always he on deck Duck the line! Lout? the way unto the goal? Buck the line! Strive with all your heart and soul; Duck the line! (irit your teeth and try some more, Tlio' you're hammered till you're sore, And some time you're hound to score Duck the line! HxcilAMiK. The Modern Woodmen hoys of Mexico Camp gathered 1,101) bushels of corn for their sick neighbor, A. J. Hood, southwest of town, last Friday. Mr. Hood and several of his family have been siek of typhoid fever fo...

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

Me Missouri M ESSAGE VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1902. NUMBER 6 CO THE LAND M. II. R. Coin to Uuild thru Audrain County. Tlif I'nris Appeal last week speakingof tin? new railroad which is to pass thru Audrain county, from Iowa to St. Louis, says: Tin1 following are some of the points on the line: Carnarvon, Carroll, llerndon, Des Moines, Mystic, Centerville, Bradley, re ditu, and Coal City, la., and Li vonia, Worthington, Ilillturton, Connellsville, Xovinger, Youngs town, Lindersville, Oiffords, El mer, Barncsville, Blnoniington, Paris, Laddonia, Middletowu, Oil niore and St. Charles, Mo. The extension from Centerville, to Soitix City will lie approximate ly 22' miles, and the extension from Maeon to St. Lo uis 15.") miles. The maximum grades will lie 1 iter cent and the maximum curves .'5 de grees. The Iowa and St. Louis line of the three roads run thru tin.' North Missouri coal fields, and many are being opened up. J. P. Xewkirk, late of Okl...

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

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publish or. MEXICO Missouri W . . -. - a ronea again a roblwr. Am! by the usual Chicago girl. Sir Thomas Upton It acaln after the cup. Ho has the tea. Is the prolongation of human life to bo In tbe hand of the salt trust here after? Fate couldn't conceal San Franclv co s labor mayor by naming him Schmitz. 'TIs better to be stingy and have money In the bank than to be broke and have to borrow. True, It costs more to live than It used to, u.it It is worth something to be alive these days. Mr. Balfour wants to standardize English education, but he Is opposed Ko standardizing his golf. Tho fewer brains a man has the more mouth lie has and the greater lis propensity for using it. Marconi says that his experiments tire giving complete satisfaction. Then why is he so reticent? Along conies the ax trust. It will tie followed by tho hammer trust. Then what will tho knockers do? With a crop of more than 2,510,000,. tOO IiuhIicIs, it ought to be Impossible th...

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