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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 January 1903

y -it- -i. "?V JV m." ..Ml ssonri BEQUEATHS TO UNIVERSITY. .Jams C. Raid, of Phoenix, Arlx., Pro vide for Poor Man and Women. Pot the second time the Missouri State University la lu receipt of a gift f money to be held In trust for the aushdance of .needy young men and "omei, who seek at Columbia a unl . verslljr education. No State university In America has ,80- large a proportion of its studenU . who are dependent upon their efforts for the money to support them while attending school. The gift Is made in the will of James Held, who died recently In Phoenix, Arls. The will provides that one-half of his estate shall be held In trust, tho Interest to be paid to his mother and at tier death the principal to be turned . irer to the Board of Curatori of the Mlmoarl State University , who shall nee die interest as a student aid fund. The other half of the estate Is to be neld ta trust for his only child, Mrs. Mamie Lee Oazlar, of Las Vegas, N. M., until her deatn, when the principal Is ...

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. — 15 January 1903

THE MESSAGE TuWished Every Thursday. John Bcal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the. Postoffic at Mexico, ' Mo., as Boeond-claM matter. THURSDAY. JAN. 15, 1003 The St. Louis Republic nomin ated Dockery for Governor, but it could n 't name a United States Sen ator. Speaker J. II. Whitecotton says that when the senatorial fight first opened he was for Champ Clurk. Stone got there, but we always shall think that the Democratic party could have done much better in some other choice. The citizens of Areola, 111., formed a mob and went after that 16 cars of coal. Good people ev erywhere endorse tbo action. Missouri's delegation in Con grews is groomiug Gov. A. M. Dockery as the Democratic nomi nee for the Presidency in 1904. In Cleveland, Ohio, a few days ago the coal combine dissolved in preference to standing an investi gation by a grand jury. Oh, the rascals, they sometimes get scared and quit. Cross & McKinney of this city are publishing a pocket atlas of Auudrain county. It is ...

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. — 15 January 1903

MESSAGE l'HURSDAY, JAN. 15. 1903 uinnrnrn tan niDrm T John Baker, of near Worcester, Bold three bogs to A. K. Dick which brought even $G0. D. E. Elder, near Rush Hill, has sold his 5i acre farm to an Iowa man. Mr. Elder gets $6,160. . Judd Sitncol of near Skinner , is able to be around again after a three months siege with typhoid fever. Blind , staggers is among the horses at Rich Hill. Six, at that place, died in one day with the disease last week. Last Monday was the coldest day of the winter so far. Ther mometer registered from 4 to 7 de grees below zero. A. L. Littrell of Audrain and Oradell Clutter of Monroe were granted marriage license Monday by Recorder Kendall. ! . " C. L. J.," down at Rush Hill, may want to sell those calves some day and and he Bhould have been more careful in giving their pedigree. The Western . Stove Lining Works closed down first of the week. Shortage of coal the cause. Work - will be resumed again shortly. The works employ 13 men. Our friend, A. P. Mc...

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. — 15 January 1903

THE MESSAGE Alexander M. Dockery Ad Jresses the 42d Session of the Missouri Gen eral Assembly. Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Representative: Accept my hearty congratulation upon your assemblage under such fa vorable acsplces. Prosperity baa howered its blessings Javlshly upon our people during the twelve montha past. Mlsaourlans are not only pros perous but proud of their glorious Commonwealth and devoted to our treat Republic. During the more than four acore years that have passed since Missouri was admitted to the American Union, he has steadily progressed In all the essential elements which promote hap piness and prosperity of the people and contribute to the grandeur and glory of this sovereign State. We have made splendid progress during the entire history of the State, but the development of all our varied resources during the past two years has been phenomenal. And there are grander triumphs yet to be won. Missouri Is now first among the States in agricultural pre-emin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 January 1903

4 i I," ' t r DR. COFFEE '"covers Remedies That Restor Sight to Blind People. Tic W. O. Coffee, a noted willnt, tm Good yiM, 1V Moines, Iowa, ha dlwovrfMl mod. ('.noji for the erea tlmt people ro aw at homo ' i f"! cure Cataract. Scum. (Jraimlaunl Lids, I ! lilrernnr lillnUncsH anil restore ntftht. ' rr r' b published an frtwt book en F.yn Blwajw whlob he will fn Wee to eyery l trader of Mala paper. This hook tnlla bow to t I,rVB'itoM ult'ht anil make wonk eyea Mtrornt, J Write Dr. Cufloe today fori) Is book. ,. Kiomort Hotel Closad. " ' Ever since Mrs. Bonine shot Jam Beymour m the Kenmore Hotel, Wash ington, the hcime has been losing caste, until now It Is entirely empty, with "To Rent" signs all over 1U front All sorts of ghosts are said to prowl About the place and hardly a Wash lngton family would go there to live rent free. The building was erected by George Washington and others as an Investment shortly after the city was laid out . . , ( . bolvetf Problem In Unique Way. (' T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 15 January 1903

THE rJESSlCEl THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1903 Term of " Subscription: . Ono yrar.'. $1.00 Six Months SO Throe Months 25 The New Arithmetic. Harold has two rabbit and James has a black and tan dog. The doe being put into the yard with the rabbits But of oourae you know there was only one left, A tramp has 12 feet the start of a woman who is . armed with a broomstick six feet long. She moves eight feet while he moves six. How far must they run be fore fcho can get u fair whack at him? A plumber charges uu iceman with 4j minutes work nt oO cents an hour, and the iceman is short 32 pouuds of ice at 75 cents a hun dred. Who is ahead of the game and how much?- Three boys furnish the lemons, sugar and water to make a quart of lemonade and agree to divide it even up. James drinks first and passes the pitcher to John, and John well, John did not find any left. How many names did John and Peter call Jamesf There are 40 yards of carpet to be beaten, and Henry beats one fourth of a yard per day and the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 January 1903

Mexico Missouri Mess AGE VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1903. NUMBER 13 HAPPENED and Some too! matt Cooaty Miss Minnie Berry is visiting at Callao. Miss Byf ' jocke of this city is visiting in ''Texas. Mrs. VV. H. Logan of Laddonin visited in this city last. week. Mrs. S. P. Carter, of this city, is visiting Kansas City relatives. Julius Umfried, near Benton City, has been disabled with a bro ken rib. Arthur Butts, down in the Mt. Carrael neighborhood, is teaching a singing class. Harry Atchinsou and family of Coffcyville. Kansas, are here on a visit to relatives. Jack Scroggins, of near Farber, has purchased 80 acres af the Sut man farm near Laddouia. W, R. Carter of this city will open a training stable in Moberly next month. He will handle fine trotters. Albert Dowell, who formerly lived near Molino, died in Fulton last Saturday. The burial was at Long Branch church. Robert Bise, down near Benton City, while in this city last Thurs day had his ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 January 1903

T.lcxico Missouri Messaga John Beal, Publisher. HEX ICO MISSOURI .. j u!i-i - l.sey may as well have the pow der put back In tbe cans. "American diplomacy" still seems to e doing pretty well, thank you. As Oe days begin to lengthen, how ever, the gas bills begin to shorten. Or should. Reports from Florida Indicate that the oranne crop has been constructive ly ruined. The new French minister to ene cuela Is named Wiener. PunHtors, do your wurst. With surpluses wiped out, the Insur ance agent will be nhorn of half his Incomprehensibility. Don't get mnd at the man who tries to make a foal of yon. He can't do It, unless you're one already. The natural result of a big financial spree would appear to be getting the banks full and money very tight. The Mad Mullah was "killed while nylng his prayers." And yet people Alll persist In this dangerous habit. Probably Japanese China, which we have seen advertised for sale, is that portion which the powers have over looked. The crown princess of S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 January 1903

mi oralis flUDOLPH'S STEPFATHER, MOTH ER, SISTER AND BROTHER. IN-LAW ARE ARREBTED. Sack Containing $800 Found In Ru dolph Cistern Man-Hunt Continue! In Franklin County Without Result Rudolph, a Youth of 21, Ape Tracy. . The Union tMo.) bank robbers, who ) made their escape after killing Detec tive Charles 3. 8euumacher 'of St. .Ixmis and beating oft two Frank! I a vounty (Mo.) posses, Saturday, were not captured Sunday. Early In the morning It was report ed to Sheriff Bruch that two men, one of them wounded, answering the de scription of William Rudolph and his companion, known as Fred Lewis, were eeen crossing the Colorado Rail raid at Beaufort, Mo., twelve miles west of Union and about 20 miles northwest of Stanton. This rumor was not substantiated. - Sheriff Bruch and his deputies re turned to Union Sunday night, and, After placing four members of Ru dolphs family in jail, retired for a few 'hours' rest. 1 The man hunt was resumed Monday morning, armed posses scouring tho country...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 January 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered at the l'otoftice at Mexico, Mo., as second-clan matter. . TIIUKSDAY, JAN. 29, 1903 Our Roads. It is well understood- that Mis Bouri people do not understand, or realize, the value of good roads. As another has observed, a Mis sourian starts slowly and with dif ficulty, lie puffs hard and the drivers slip and whirl. But when he gets the throttle wide open and a little sand on the rails, it is time to sidetrack everything else on the line. After he is shown mark word a few good roads, he get in motion, and then will that will be- gin the liveliest era f road build iug ever known in any State in the West. A description of the present condition of roads generally is graphically given by the National Good Roads Association in a call for a meeting at St. Louis on April 2Gth: " When we contemplate the de plorable eoudition of the public roads of the United States and consider that more than 90 per ceut of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 January 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 29. 1903 HAPPENED A3D HArPEWlMG. XX Mrs, 0. A. Lockridge of Au burn, 111., will move here 'and make this city her home. Rev. J. J. Griffin has bought the John Jones property j Honth of the depot, paying $1,500, John Gilraore, one of the petit jury, took quite seriously sick Monday and had to return home. Forty persons in Stratford, la., were arrested for taking coal from a freight train to relieve a famine. Rev. W. II. Fox and wife have returned to Fort Collins, Colo., where they will make their future home. Charges were made that nurses of Bellevne hospital in New York gave medicines to cause patients to die at convenient times. Mob violence was threatened Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jordan of Smith Center, Kas., who whipped a child of. which they were enstodians, causing its death Rev. E. T. Drake, of Santa Fe, who is attending Westminister College at Fulton, preached at Prairie View church, southwest of Mexico, last Sunday. ' Three couples were granted di vorce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 January 1903

1 Missouri -5J1 '4 V '80L0 AT PER HUNDRED. .'Bunch of Missouri Cattle Bring Fancy Pries. A carload of 2-year-old high-grade leers, fed by the Agricultural Expert menl Station at the University, aver aging 1,466 pounds, sold In- Chicago last week at $8.85, which was more than f 1 above the top of the market for that day, and la the record price for cattle in any market this year. These cattle were purchased for the fancy New Tork trade. These steers were purchased In the -vicinity of Columbia at a cost of 4.10 for the feeding experiments conducted 'at the station, In which the feeding value of cotton-seed meal, linseed meal am! bran. In combination with corn, was compared with corn alone, on blue grans pasture. They have been on full feed since July 1. These cattle were also used by thi 'Students In the stock-Judging exercises required of tho students In the Agricul tural College, and were used to Impress upon these young men the Importance of handling only high-grade stock. Four of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 January 1903

i - 1," 1 1 PAINFUL PERIOD are overcome by Lydia E. Pink Hilm'ft VnirntAlilA (fnmnnnnil. MIhs Menard cured after doc tors failed to help her. "Lydia 13. Pinkliam's Vesrc tablo Compound cured mo after doctors had failed, and I want other girls to know about it. Dur ing menstruation I Buffered most 'intense pain low in the abdomen and in my limbs. At other times I hud a heavy, depressed feeling which made my work seem twice as hard, and I grew pale and thin. Tho medicine the doctor gave mo did not do mo one bit of good, and I was thoroughly discouraged. The doctor wanted mo to stop work, but of course, I could not do that. I finally began to take Lydia 13. .Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound and felt better after taking the first bottle, and after taking six bottles I was entirely cured, and am now in perfect health, and I am so grate ful for it." Miss Georgib Menard, 637 R 152nd St- New York City. i $8000 forftlt If orltlnal of oseos MUr proving ftnulntnttx cannot bo productd. Lydia E. Pi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 January 1903

THE MESSAGE fnURSDAY, JAN. 29. 1903 Terms of Subscription: One yoar 11.00 Six Months , 50 Throe Months 25 STONE'S POLICY. Would Make ' Democracy a Mighty, Uplifting, Dom ating Force. United States Senator W. J. Stone addresned the following let ter to the Missouri Legislature: "To the Senators and Represen tatives of the Forly-second Assem bly: "Gentlemen: The afternoon pa per.? iut'inn me t.cd.iy th.it on the vote taken in Senate Hon- today of Kepresi-ntatives l'ir United States Senator I received a major ity in both Houses. Under the law a joint session will be held to morrow for the purpose of declar ing the result as expressed in the separate action of both houses to day, and assuming that my elec tion to the Senate will be formally announced, I desire to express to you my grateful appreciation of the honor conferred upon me. This I would do in person, except for the fact that an important bus iness engagement makes it almost imperative that I should be absent from the State to-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 February 1903

STATE HISTORICAL 8,0 Me MlSSOUR Me iXICO 4 tJf AJr -4TJX JLUf O VOLUME-IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1903. NUMBER 14 EXCORIATES THE MAYOR. GRAND OLD MISSOURI. THE SAME R. R. V HAPPENED and K 1 Stmt Lottl nrf Cam1r Miss Susie Brown is visiting in Fulton. ' A. J. Miller hns moved to this county from Iowa. Ed Rodhouse moves his family to Wagoner, I. T., this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ilord left this week for Daphne, Alabama; Rev. Ged. Sneed, of Oeutralia, made our city a visit last Satur day. , Wm. Vivion has bought the Thomas Nelson property in this city, paying $850. W. N. Maxwell, at Thompson, puts down a plunk and orders the Message to keep coming. Rev. P. II. Taylor of' Rush Ilill recently returned from Lebanon, wlmpa h nasi atad in a revival tVUVlVr V meeting. L. P. Crigler, an attorney, who formerly resided in this city, was quite seriously hurt in a street car accident in St. Louis one day last week. G. W. Painter of this county I I L - t.nmn in YVo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 February 1903

T.lexico Missouri Mcssaqo John BoaJ. Fubllahar. MEXICO I...,. .MISSOURI An fso Bret Ha rte left "on ij Ifivv. Impecnnlotig to the last! If It waxn't for Billy heni the tot would not have hla reputation. Life They are writing German poetry bout Kipling. This la a terrible re venge. Mr. Morgan tella ua that Noah organ ized th first trout. And he watered tils stock, too.' Lato dispatches from Ixmdon bring the news that Editor W. T. Stead' Fiouch is etill on. Royalties on Wagner's operas lant year paid $115,000. Yet some Euro pean royalties never pay. Spain has no other statesman the size of Don Praxadea Mateo Sagasta, now, in. happily, deceased. The kins of Portusal Is an expert rook. It may lie therefore that he is a hero even to the hired girl. Even with his record of $20,000,000 In KlftB in 1902, we fear Mr. Carnegie is richer than he was a year ago. In spite of all the praise It has taken In, the new cable to Hawaii Is working as industriously as a vet eran. The French balloonists ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 February 1903

f 4 5 CEYERS FAMILY IS flRR . OLLIE BEYERS ASHER, RECEIVES i A LETTER FOR BILL RUDOLPH FROM HIS UNCLE. 'U Offers Him in Asylum In Wild of Arkansas She Assert She Doea Not Know Where thi" Fugitive Aro Say Her Father Knows More. Farmlngton, Mo.: Ollie Beyers Ash er, a former sweetheart of Bill Ru dolph, the bandit, with her husband, George Asber, her father, George Bey ers, and Maude Taylor, a neighbor, were arrested Monday, and lodged in jail on warrants charging them with being accessories after the fact to the Union Bank robbery. All of them deny absolutely that f hey were la any way Interested In the robbery, or that they know where the fugitives are In hiding, but Prosecut ing Attorney Bea H; Marbury says he believes that they know more than they are willing to tell. ' It la his belief that the men are hid ing In the neighborhood and that the Beyers family has been helping to se crefe them. This theory was strengthened by the letter, which Ollle Beyers Asher took from the Post Of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 February 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every, Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Foxtofllce a( Mexico, Mo., at Bocond-clnsa matter. THURSDAY. JAN. 29, 1903 We urge our correspondents to send In the;r news letters not later than Tuesday night. The duty on anthracite coal will never be reitnposed. It is a little hole in the armor ot greed, but it is enough. It will grow. Ilobson, the kisser, is going about the country lecturing in favor of a larger navy. Ilobson is a very poor subject himself and his lecture is on a very poor sub ject, too. At Laddouia the Mkssaoe with the exception of the paper which is published there has a larger cir dilation than all the other county papers combined. We are getting there at the other postollices also The appropriation committee in the Legislature last week reported favorably on Senator M. R. K Biggs' bill t'stablishing a binding twine factory in the penitentiary and appropriating $:J5,000 to pay for it. If that bill becomes a law it will kn...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 February 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1903 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. v The beautiful and balmy weath er last week where is it thiaweekt "Moberly is to have an "old fashioned country fair" September 2-3-4. ... W. T. Amall, in Mexico yester- TnnM nnAlr HnaMintn itnnjla UOJ LI VJ ill WlUCftilCULLO tvaua almost impassable horseback. . - i- ' The bottom went completely ont of the roads Monday the roads never were in worse condi tion. " John Tincher, near Ilatton, is feeding 30 head of stock cattle, lie bought them on the St. Louis market. Justus Rubeling. near Rush Hill, will have a public sale of ull his stock and ' farming imple ments soon. We have it on good authority that there is to be a wedding at Thompson Feb. 25th. Now can you guess whoT , Prof. B. F. Cauthorn closed his 6chool at Excelsior Jan. 30th and will Rnend a coudIo of months at Qnincy Business College. He will then return and teach the summer term at Excelsior. B. C. Gilmour. eight miles northeast of Mexico, will have a oublic Ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 February 1903

SOUL By MRS. GEN. (Copyright, IS01. by "Here's something: you'll like, Bill." It chanced that Wilfrid Lankester and his publisher had once been boys together and gone to the same school, and still called each other "Bill" and "Drick" when they met. Frederic Slngstcr took from his desk a small volume in faded red and gold, which looked as If it might have lain a century on a shelf in the library of generations of booklovers. "I should say it Is just In your line. I can't read It all, not being much of a word shuffler, but It's a kind of epic poem and love story combined by a girl who signs herself 'Jeanne,' and it seems to be very pretty, what I can get out of it. Put It into Eng lish and I'll bring It out for the holi days In a handsome cover of red with gold fleur-de-lis on it." Wilfrid put the book Into his pocket and went to his room. He had thought of dropping in at the Authors' Cub and rubbing up against the men who were making literary history at first hand. Now ho seemed to b...

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