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

Missouri ST. CLAIR JUDGMENT RENEWED. John B. Henderson, Jr., Offers to Com promise. A new judgment, which Included th. renewal of an old one, with accrued In terest added, was rendered against St. Clair County, Mo., In the United State Circuit Court at Kansas City In favor of John U. Henderson, Jr., of Virginia, end was for 9551,013. This Judgment originally was for $109,000 against the county In 1873, and drew 10 per cent Interest from that time up until now, and will continue to draw 10 per cent interest until paid. The Judgment, unless renewed, would run out In ten years, and so the hold ers of it go Into court each seven years and have the original Judgment re newed and the interest added to it. This particular judgment was origin ally In favor of General John B. Hen derson, but he transferred it to his son, John H. Henderson, Jr. After the judgment was rendered General Henderson said to Mr. Julian, St. Clair County's Attorney: "If the people of St. Clair County will pay one lia...

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. — 11 December 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bcal, Editor and Proprietor. Cntcrcd at tho Postolllei; nt Mexico, Mo., as second -eluas mutter. THURSDAY. DEC. 11, 1902 On the Old Farm. In his message President House velt puts the htnmp of hearty ap proval on the rural free delivery system, and he fees more in it than the simple delivering of mail mat ter to the folks on the farm. It is one of a host of modern things, observes the St. Louis Chronicle, that are making life away from the city moie pleasant and attractive, and some day, it is believed, the constant How of young men and women from broad acres to the cities will be checked. There are uot enough successful farmers progressive, wide-awake, modem tillers of the soil. How can there be when the sons are not drilling in the footsteps of their fathers! These boys crave excitement, luxuries, better clothes, the noisu and bustle of a busy world. In many instances these young sters of the soil swap pure gold for dross; pence for discon...

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. — 11 December 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1902 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. S iVrry Davis nuetiotu'cr. h the Santa Fe The City Council was in session Monday ninlit. Miss Carrie Kinjjo is "cash girl'' at Bar th's, north side square. Mrs. Thos. Duty is in very ill health. Epilepsy is her afllietion. The ladies of Bush Hill Chris tian ehureh cleared $"() on an'oyster supper last week. Hardy Doolin at Bush Hill shelled and shipped 16 ears of corn so far this season. J. D. Frasier, formerly a resi dent of Mexieo, died at his home in Kansas City last week. O. P. Purdy of Centralis! and Pearl Daley of Bowena were li censed to marry this week. Bev. D. S. Smith, pastor of the M. E. church, has bought three building lots just east of the (J lobe Hotel. Thos. Hook is home from St. Louis where he took a six weeks treatment for appendicitis. He is much improved. The sidewalks of Dr. MeEall, John Lane and John Hill on East Liberty have been condemned by the City Council. If you have a farm to sell list it with H...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 December 1902

1. MAS I REED DEAD DISSOLUTION COMES SHORTLY AFTER MIDNIGHT, AFTER A DAY OF STEADY SINKING. Oxygen Proves of No Avail Solution of 8alt Also Used Without Bringing About Desired Turn for Better Closing Hours Passed in Stupor. Thomas Prackett need, former Speaker of the Nntlonal House of Rep resentatives, Is dead. Mr. Ileed died at the Arlington Ho tel, Washington, a few minutes after 12 o'clock Saturday night, of uraemia. Every method known to science had been used during thi day to bring the patient past tho crisis. All together three quarts of saline solution were used In four injections, hypodermleally administered. Oxygen was adminis tered throughout the day to stimulate the heart's action, while thonolution of salt was for the purpose of getting ac tion of the kidneys. Doctor (lardner said that Mr. Heed was partly con scious up to 10: ill) In the evening, when he passed Into a ttate of complete uraemlc coma. At the time of death he showed no signs of consciousness, nor was there ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 December 1902

SAMPLE COii. 1 Fibroid Tumors Cured. t Ik m J distressing case .... . which bathed the skill H IT T T - Mrs. Mayes, ot ii. . r 11 i.. me ionowing letter cured, after everything else " failed, by Lydia E Pinkham s Vegetable Compound 2Irs. Hayes First Letter Appealing to 3rrs. Pinkham for Help s "Dear Mkb. Pinkitam: I have been under IJoston doctors' treat ment for a long time without any relief. They tell nic I have a fibroid tumor. I cannot sit down without great pain, and the soreness extends up my spine. I have bearing-down pains both back and front. My ab domen is swollen, ana l have Had Mowing spell s lor three years. My ap petite is not good. I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time. "Tho symptoms of Fibroid Tumor given in your little book ac curately descrilxj my case, so I write to you for advice." (Signed) Mrs. E. V. IIayes, 252 Dudley St, (itoxbury) JJoston, Mass. Note the result of Mrs. though she advised Mrs. her medicine which she her letter contained a mass...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 December 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DKC. 11. 1902 Terms of Subscription: One your 10 Sis Months 50 Threes Month " Teacher's Association. The North Central Missouri Teacher's Association organized last year at Fayette by T. Berry Smith and others, met this year (Nov. 27-28-2!)) at lluutsville. The organization was perfected by ndoptiug a constitution and by laws. Tho meetings are limited to the counties of Audrain, Hoone, Howard, Randolph, Monroe, Ma con and Chariton and ' its meet ings are to be held annually, dur ing the Thanksgiving holidays. The meeting of 190: will be held nt Centralia. Prof. II. S. Draco of Salisbury is President and Prof A. S. Green of Sturgeon is Sec retary. The recent meeting at Huntsville was highly interesting thruout. About '20 tcw-her. wcru present. Audrain was represented by J. N. Cross and daughter, Miss Mary Cross; Dooiie, F. S. Pat terson of Centralia; Prof. ireen and wife of Sturgeon and Monroe by Co. Coin. J. 13 It rigors, Supl . Win. Robertson and other teacher...

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

, r-Y..- SAGE VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1902. NUMBER 7 Mes SOURI That Thanksgiving Sermon The Preacher's Optimism Roosevelt as Seemed and Roosevelt as He Is. Onr renders will remember the editorial endorsement, generally, by the Mussagk of Kev. A. W. Kokendoffer's Thanksgiving ser mon in Mexico a few weeks ago before a union meeting of the churches of our city. We en dorsed especially the preacher's optimism. But we were a little "afraid" of him. Now the follow ing communication, handed us, tells some of our thoughts: On Thanksgiving Day, we hud the pleasure of hearing a sermon, in the Baptist church, by one of our gifted ministers of the gospel. It was out of the usual order of sermons and was very entertaining, albeit its chief feature was a eulo gy of President Roosevelt a hearty endorsement of his posi tion on all leading questions of the day. I was somewhat amused at the time to see how the old democrats sitting around me swallowed the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 December 1902

Mexico Missouri Message John Beal, Publisher. JUEXICO MISSOURI Gray hair is tie fastnon in fans. The dye Is cast aside. Another duel has been fought on French soil; fierce combat; nobody killed. The American heiress whose name was not on that European syndicate's list must feel very cheap. Hawaii's latest scandal proves that Honolulu Is making a desperate effort to get in the St. Louis class. M. Marconi Is still trying to accom plish results without the ubo of wires. What if he should get Into politics? A prominent Mexican boasts that he owns 1.000,000 cattle, 500.00J sheep and 250,000 horses. He is a hog. To ascertain Just how many of tia there really are cost tho census bureau about $12,000,000, or 15.5 per capita. High noon Is the proper hour for a wedding In high life. When It comes to a divorce any old hour Is good enough. Uncle Sam Is now at peace with all the world, lloth Crazy Snake and the sultan of liacolod have promised to be good. Mascagnl has discovered that an American...

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

TARIFF WILL STAND REPUBLICANS HAVE NO IDEA OF REVISING IT. Appointment of a Commission, If This Is Done, Will Result In Noth ing Scheme of the Party In Power Is to Fool the People. The statement which comes from Washington that the President is op posed to any attempt to revise the tariff before the next presidential election Is strongly supported by the known fact that he Is in favor of the creation of a commission to recom mend changes in the tariff from time to time. Everyone who Is familiar with the history of such commissions knows that they never have accomplished the ostensible purpose of their crea tion. That fact Is well known to the President and to all other politicians of respectable intelligence. They know, therefore, that the only effect of creating a commission would be to provide congress with an excuse for omitting to take up the tariff ques tion. Not improbably Mr. Roosevelt Is In favor of smothering the tariff question in congress because it would mar his own and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 December 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John 13eal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Postofllco at Mexico, Mo., as second -class matter. THURSDAY. DEC. 1. 190J Let's buy nt home and iay at home own our electric light plant. John Schuetter is another St. Louis boodler who gets four years in the penitentiary. "Gid" Barbce, of the State Dem ocratic committee, thinks it slan der to' be charged with running a saloon. Government owuershin of the railroads would be a starter toward a ouick settlement of the trust question. Really, is it not easier for the, here and there, "heavy taxpayer' to pay his taxes than for the taxpay era in general t Hannibal owns her electric light plant. It is a paying investment and the citizens of town are brag ging about it. The Vandaliu Leader has en tered its twenty-seventh volume The Leader is one of the best miners that comes to our desk. The trusts are together in organ ization; so is nearly every other interest of the whole country. The farmer is the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 December 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 18. 1902 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g B. O. Sims moved to the Indian Territory this week. Have you noticed how scarce butter is out on Bean Creek f Johu San ford and family will move to Fort Collins, Colorado, this week. Jim Caldwell, colored, held as a witness at the county jail, made his escape hist Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Dnhleni, north of Mexico are the proud par ents of n new daughter. Win. M. Daniel and Bessie Ut terback, both of Vandalia, were licensed to wed this week. Henry Waggoner, the new own er of the B. O. Sims farm, l,'24-- acres, has taken possession. The Wabash railroad paid their Audrain county taxes this week. The sum amounted to $3,113.47. Father J. J. Dillon conducted funeral services over the remains of Miss Mary Carter who died in Fulton Monday. Recorder J. T. Williams issued marriage license Mouday to John Fewell of Sedalia and Miss Annie Perkins of Carrolltou. Two line Bird dogs were burned in the Lackland barn. The barn made a gr...

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

AH6ITRATOR9 DEEPLY MOVED BY TH4 8TORIE8 1 HAT ARE TOLD BY THE SUFFERERS. Little Girls Work All Night for Pit tanceJudge Gray Grows Indignant at Outrage -Miners' Side of the Con troversy Is Nearlng the Close. , The greater part of Friday's sessions taf the Anthracite Ccal Strike Commis sion was taken up In presenting cumu lative testimony, to show that there lhas been excessive decking; that many 'men were discriminated against bo ctuse they went on strike rather than do the work of strikers; that they are I paid one price for mine cars of all slz.es; that they do not get paid for all 'the coal mined; that they should have .the eight-hour day because the mines are unhealthy end dangerous, and that the ought to receive higher wages. 'Late In the day President Mitchell wss called to the witneos stand, and pre sented comparative figures, which 'showed that men paid by the day re ceive from 40 to 50 per cent higher wages In the bituminous regions than they do In the anthracite fields. Hi...

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

r""e ar" .,- '"arjf v"' "'' w t ". m -. . ruin -..--. -;- H ''i:'",fr''i I THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING LIES IN THE EAT I NO." The doctori are dumbfounded, the Crugglsta astonished, and the people exqlted and Joyful over the wonderful cures and tremendous sales of tlio great Remedy, St. Jacobs Oil. Every rase of Rheumatism some of many years' standing has given way to this powerful remedy. Thousands of certificates like the following ran be furnished as to Its value: George Scleyer. Publisher of tho Chilton. Wis., "Volksbote," used St. Jacobs Oil for "almost unbearable pains in the back, which had com pletely prostrated hlra." A few appli cations cured him entirely. Mrs. Fred Eberle, Iiellalre, O., was for a long time severely troubled with Rheumatism. St. Jacobs Oil instantly relieved and entirely cured her. Rev. Dr. D. Pick of Rochester. N. Y., Buffered so Intensely from Rheumutic pains that he was unable to preach. Several applications from a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil "relieved him." ...

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

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 18. 1902 Terms of Subscription Onn your Sit Months ... Thrco Months 50 I tit ODOrt OF GARLIC CONQUERED Evra Slia Who Wasn't Hit "slack t'p" Ud to Lv IIr Heat. Two Italian workmen found two empty scats in a Brooklyn trolley car and plumped themselves and their bundles into them. On their right sat a pretty, well-dressed girl. Presently she turned her face to ward them, a look of disgust came over it, and with uplifted nose she arose and quietly stood in front of the empty seat, holding on to the strap. Near her stood another girl, not quite so well dressed, who watched the lit tle scene. When the annoyance was plain on the first girl's face, the sec ond girl stepped forward, swished her skirts like a challenge and sat down in the empty scat with an expression on her face that said plainly, "Well, I'm not ashamed to sit by working men." In less than a minute there rame over the second girl's features a look of suspicion that yielded to one of embarrassment a...

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

issouri Message VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1902. NUMBER 8 Mexico M C. & A. SHORT LINE. What Is Being Talked Down About Wcllsvlllc and Troy. Tne following is from the Wells ville Optic News: The C. & A. surveyors are camped on White Oak, six miles cast of here but in all probability will move their camp to a point 5 miles iwest of here tomorrow (Saturday.) Col. A. W. Newton, the locating engineer, came in from camp Saturday evening and went to Bloomingtou, 111., where he was called as a witness iu a suit pending wherein his compauy is interested. Uol. Newton stated to the writer that they made but few chauges on their return survey ex cept in the neighborhood of Hawk Point and Troy iu Lincoln coun ty. This route misses Troy some 3 miles awl is by far the best route of the three lines, altho they will have to build one bridge over Bear Creek which will be about 73 feet high and 800 feet long. The sur veyors will reach Wellsville .to-day...

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

Mexico Missouri Message John Boal, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI The Insurance companies think par lor matches are not to be made light of. In Denver some of the lovely wo men are now referred to as "beautiful repeaters." Senor Sagasta Is far behind In fill ing King Alfonso's orders for new Spanish cabinets. The Mollneux murder trial cost the public half a million dollars. Justice is an expensive luxury. Let us hope that no recently elsrteJ legislators are getting new pockets sewed Into their clothes. This Is the season when a pretty miss, ready for a kiss, is always near him who has tho red ear. London dispatches say It will cost $100 a day to see the Indian durbar at Delhi. That will bar most of us. The Romanoffs have dodged too many bombs to permit a member to irtroduee a Plstolkoff into the family. Paris Is taking to educated cats. It will bo a fine thing if the cat can be taught that back roofing is bad form. Out in Kansas, whenever the young men appear to bo rather shy the girls ...

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

THE FIRM HAND OF THE UNITED STATES BRINGS ANSWERS TO ARBITRATION. Italy Show Willingness to Abide by Any Arrangement Made by England and Germany The Dutch Minister Recalled. Rerlln: Germany's answer to arbi tration In behalf of Venezuela, receiv ed through the United States Govern ment, Is Its acceptance. The delivery of this reply to the United States for transmission to Minister Dowen Is de layed for a day or two for tactical rea sons, probably through the expectation that another Bolutlon may be found, possibly by President Castro yielding. Four days ago the idea of the German Government was In favor of rejecting the arbitration, and that is understood hero to have been the temper of the British foreign office. While It islmpos Kible to trace the steps that led to a reversal of this view, It appears that the state of public opinion In the United States, so far as Germany Is concerned, produced a revision of the first Idea. The officials here maintain absolute silence regarding th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 December 1902

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beiil, Editor nnd Proprietor. Entered at the I'ostnfllcn at Mexico, Mo., ns second -class mutter. THURSDAY. DEO. 25, 1902 Legislature meets in two weeks. Sheriff James has 110 charges at the county jail. Most any kind of an old roau lias to satisfy you now. No prisoners in the county jail. Wish it might always be thus. Dr. Charles Wardcll Stiles, zo ologist of the agricultural depart ment at Washington, has discov ered that laziness is a disease with a hook worm for a parasite. Arc any in this town ill with laziness and hook worms? Butter is 20 cents a pound on the Mexico market; eggs 20 cents a dozen; hens H cents a pound; geese 12 eents a pound, and tur keys IS cents a pound. Audrain poultry raisers are on the ground floor this time. S. P. Barnes has resigned as ticket agent at the union station in this city. I. M. Richards holds the place at present, lie is a ge nial and accommodating gentleman and the public will be pleased if he is ret...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 December 1902

THE MESSAGE l'HUIlSDAY, DEC. 23, 1902 C HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. & Mrs. Allen quite sick. Stalling has been Corn over nt Youngs Creek in selling nt HO cents. 13. F. Crawford of Youngs Creek bus sold bis farm. Sun's coming back from the south days getting longer again. W. (. Burks, the tinner, go on the road after first of month. will next Rev. John Anderson has moved his family here from their farm near Monroe City. The City Council has adopted the ordinance ordering paving around the square. Rev. J. II. Poland, presiding elder, preached at the Mexico M. E. church last Sunday. There were eleven prisoners in the city calaboose Monday morn ing. Caught gambling. W. N. Maxwell and his friend Mr. Hill "mudded it" down from Thompson last Saturday. Take it back, there is one charge in the county jail the negro Charles Townley, horse-thief. A man in Fayette the other day sold a turkey that weighed 47 pounds which brought him $7.15. The roads are impassible for hauling. People come to tow...

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

M issoun COURSE IN AGRICULTURE. Missouri University Arranges a Short Winter Term for Farmers' Sons. The College of Agriculture of Mis souri State LnlvtTiJ: lias made its announcement of a short winter course In agriculture, animal husbandry, hor ticulture and dairying. The course will open December 80 and close March 31. It Is designed to meet the needs of farmers' sons who are unable to take one of the longer courses which extend over a period of several years. Many farm ers' sons and young farmers desire to prepare themselves to become more eklllful farmers, stockmen, dairymen cr orcharrttsts. The Instruction Is In verythlng practical, having In view especially the needs of men who must Immediately turn to practical account the facts learned in the class-room. Each year the school receives calls for young men who are properly train ed to take charge of stock farms, dai ries, creameries and orchard planta tions. Thus far tho supply of men has not, been equal to the demand. The cour...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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