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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 March 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAR. 22, 1900. Maud S., thi' famous trotter, is dead. J. 0. Able of Wellsvillc lias moved to SSt. Charles. A. B. Cluster, J. 1'., is u very busy man these days. The Hardin College pupils of Profs. Moore and Clarksou give a piano recital tomorrow (Friday) evening. 11. lirawner of Laddonia is lo cated in Mexico for n season, work ing in the interest of an insurance company. Mrs. Thomas Davenport died at her home, northwest of Mexico, Monday from that dread disease, consumption. It is now Rev. A. M late of Vundalia. The conference at. Kirksville last week gave him a charge at St. Catherine, Mo. On account of the existence of smallpox at Iligbee, lluntsvillc and Macon City, Mexico has been quarantined against those places. The Sheldon edition of the To peka Capital, it is said, had a cir culation of 4"0,000 copies and the net profits will be in the neighbor hood of $100,000. Rev. A. C. Mendenhall has been returned to the charge of the M .K. Church work at Laddonia....

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. — 22 March 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. MAR. 22 1!HM A Mexico Man. Inmiiani, rinm nut furium find n way or make (inc. Tin1 follow ing is from tin' Vandalia I ji-mlcr : Tim .Martin, tlie lialf-nnin, was in Vnndalia last week, lie is tlic only man wlio walked onr streets, habitually, on Ids hands and il is only thru cruel misfortune, tlie na ture of which we were unable to learn, that he docs so. Mr. Mar tin has no lens, they having been amputated years ago. near the thigh, his arms being long enough to serve us pedestals, while his body swings between at every "step." Mr. Martin has lived in Mexico, Mo., for six or eight years. He makeshis money by selling pen cils, running popcorn stands, etc., and has a farm south of Middle town, purchased, we understand, with money earned in this way. It is to be doubted whether this man would fail to make a living were he to lose all (if his senses except sight. We venture the prediction he could still sec some way to make a living. Paradise. In looking over the c...

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. — 22 March 1900

suPP.omenttothe jVlEXICO MISSOURI MESSAGE. THE MESSAGE TltrKSDAY. MAIL 22 1!00 l'LOWERS OF EGYPT. Fity Centuries Hve Made No Difler ence in Form or Color. Most interesting is the fact in con nccction with the vast collection of plants mul flowers taken from ancient Egyptian tomhs by a Frenchman known as Marietta Bey that exactly fimilar plants arc still to he found growing in the valley of the 2s'ilc. The rloscst examination fails to re veal the slightest iliflYrcncc between the plant. that ihmri.-hcd .Mi centu ries ago and those which the traveler sees to-day; exactly such flowers as the hoy Moses and the children of Jo seph picked still bloom uncharged, even in color. Thero arc to he seen in the heyV collection blue sprays of larkspur which loving hands laid, upon the bodies of those who died a thousand years before Abraham and Sarah went down into Egypt. In the tombs of later date have been found, together with hollyhocks and chrysanthemum?, the various fruits, vegetables nnd gra...

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. — 29 March 1900

issouri Me VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900. NUMBER 21 Mexico OCT A tCIT- J; News and Comment It coMs .f-"'.,lnn ii -s 1 1 to I'm-tin- sunrise iiinl sunset salutes ;ii llii! army posts in tin1 Inilcd Slates. A mis1 1 v himI scfiniiiuly needless expenditure. Tin' Columbia Herald nsks: "Is the West t'nrsnkiii.f Kcpuhlicaii isin!" Why, yes: tin' proposed Puerto L'icau luril'f is doiii-: tli" latest work in that line. ton. It is the mask turn from im crinlistn. The St. Louis man who swal lowed half a dollar lav recent ly while doin a shield of hand triek is now unalile to lialai his books. He can't make np his mind whether he is half a dollar out or half a dollar in. Three marriages in Ccntralia last week: I,. M. Mep.ride to Miss limit l'laisted; Claude Pass to Miss Lotta Spillshy;)'. I-'. .Lines to Miss Ethel lilaekhiirn. Three deaths are also recorded in and near Ccn tralia: I-',. 1. h'ciiahls, aid S7 years; Miss Susie His, ncd the only sou of Mr. a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1900

MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Heal, Editor and Proprietor. Kntcrol nt tie- I'ostollire at Mexico. Mil, 11 sti-fiiiiii -fln! iimitcr. i Ttrw f Snlxrriitinn : Ohm Ynir 'm- SIX MotltllM """ f'lllS. Throe Month ' ,,'",- TIIIKSDAY, MAK. -'!, 11MMI. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Stato Senator. We ure unthnrioil to hiiiiihiih-c M. K. K. HKitiS u i-tndiiliiti- for Miito .Scnat4ir fur this dis trict, subject to tin- uetioii of the Ponio cratlc pnrty. Wo (in- aiittmrli'd to aiinoinu'i' . K. 1'I.A I! Ix a onntlliliite for Mate Senator from this. tin- llth district, subject to tin- noti 'f tin- DeniooriitU' primary. May "th. For Representative. Wo an- a'lthori.ed to uiinimnri' UIHHUCS I'l. AY a candidate for Kcprcsentiitixc of Au drain County, snliji'i-t to tlif aeti 'f the Democratic ial'ty. Forjudge Eastern District Wv are ttiitliorii'd to announce til'Y Mc'TXK a ciulidule for Jnd- of tin1 Kaslern Dis trict, mibjoct to Hi'-' notion of the Demo cratic Primary May 5. For Sheriff. Wr ur- aiitlioricd t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1900

THE MESSWE, THt'HSDAY, MAW. -!, P0. Sins nf spring on every liaml. A relief fund ' l'eintf raised in this city t aid tlie starvinr in India. H. II. Prnsvn, at lienton City, seriously sick with tlie pneumonia, is little improved. Hon. C. C. Mafllt. aetive bus iness man and politician, died sud denly at liis lioino in St. Louis last Friday. There is talk tliat empress may nnthorie the cnininr of the half cent. The said eoin has lieeii a back number for fifty years. Miss Sarah iibbous last Friday closed a very successful term of school in tlie Prairie Lea neighbor hood. She will teach at Molino this spring. C. C. Fphnin, of St. Louis, does n't enjoy being fleeced by gamblers, lie had a couple of onr city gentry arrested tlie other day, and they were each fined !, 10. Willis Clay, colored, at Odessa, lias confessed to arson and lies in jail. On one occasion he fired a barn and the next a dwelling. Says he likes to see 'em burn. Dr. Uridgford: So far A. M, Pockery, S. H. Cook, Phodes Cla...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1900

MTT: ood oods at a Fair a n COn PARE THIS LINE WITH OTHER The Old JOHN DEERE Pfows Head T 0 IJi&t 1 D-iere Walking Plows are be yond competition, Have been so for 40 yeurs. All kinds and sizes in stock at competitive prices. EAfihvl WV V-fW 'jAMa.rn sro vr$Mrccofi4 if Don't buy a Cultivator until you have seen the Deere. 12 distinct points thut no other cultivator has. One point alone worth the price of cultivator. .feJi ) YDS We sell the Only absolutely Safe and Perfect working Gas oline und Coal oil Stoves. We sell all kinds of Farmers' Tools at low prices. Whatever you buy in this line you will find first-class, Li i f BARDG THREE I J INC NEC APART. I Runs farther than any wire. Guaran teed sound and perfect- We Guarantee to save you 55c on every 1-4 mile of this wire You have only to see this Planter to buy it. Guaranteed to drop corn every time; 4 differ ent drops. it.: " - v u Te New Departure" "Fie. Original AND ONLY GENUint TONGUELESS C'SL r CULTIVATOR T:3-J&f m Cons...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 March 1900

Supplement to the MEXICO ssouri Message. WITHDRAWN. lion. D. A. Ball Leaves the p-, "M..-r for 1 1 in, A. M. Dockery. Mi n ft 1 Y ti T, u tV. 13 I Yi ffl At a conference with 11 lunula t of his friends in St. Louis one day last week lion. I). A. Hall conclud ed to withdraw from tin- race for the. Democratic nomination for Uovernor. He issued tin address to his friends and tin- people, couched in tin following well-chosen words: "My iiniliitioii to be (Jovcrnor of Missouri, tin- greateft of (lie union of stales, ii. i. i l'i 11 the ambition of my life. No niiin in tho Union has been mid is more loyal to tho principles of Democra oy anil its suooosh than mysolf, but it is, no donht, perfectly apparent to yon that the iolitioal situation in Missouri, as it now exists, clini inat4's mi' as a oandidato for tho i 'iii im I if iiniiiiiiiil imi i'lir lover nor. "My pronounced viows in favor of tho Democratic platform of lDG are woll known to tho state. "Von hnvo witnessod the course of tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1900

A 7 On VOLUME 1. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1Q00. NUMBER 22 Missouri Message . it" A Kaster week from next Sunday. Microbes in rum, they sav. old topers sure fiioiiLrli, say we. Tin- sensnl ionulist didn't like Sheldon's paper. I "lit clean tnen. on the State tick et lefl'ersonian llcnim-rats to tin' cure. (lod made tin- plain j m K t In busiest, bravest and best people of the world but who made the oth ers.' The residenee of Harrison Thompson, southeast of Vandalia. burned last Thursday, insured for $:joo. An assembly of the American liciicvolent Association has been organized in Mexico. There are 1'") members. The Missouri Valley Horticultu ral society is making efforts to prevent the ruthless slaughter of birds. Its first effort is to create enough sentiment to wcau the la dies from wearing birds' wins on their hats, which will limil the market for the feather- of lie- Hi- tie songsters. A. I). Hl.dsue. of Molino vie lty, was uryi-nily petitioned lately ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1900

MESSAGE Published Kvcrv Thursday. John Deal, F.ditor and Proprietor. KlltlTl'tl lit till' l'tlltlllliee lit Mexico, Mu., us si'C(iinl-cliis mutter. Terms of SulHcriiti'in : (Hie Year !.. Six Mmitli "" cents. 'Iliree Months cents. THURSDAY. Al'K. 1!)(H) ANNOUNCEMENTS. State Senator. We are nittliiiri.eil to iinnoiince M. l:. K. IIKiliS u cii(liilute for Slnte Senator for this ills trict, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce ('. I-. CI, A UK a cimiliilate for State Senator from this, tlie llth district, suliject to the action of tin1 Democratic riniary. May Mil. For Representative. We are aiitliorl.eil to announce KHoDKS (LAY a cimiliilate for Representative of Au ilrain County, suliject to the action of the Democratic party. Forjudge Eastern District We are uutlmrlril to announce OtY Mcd'N K n cunillilaU' for .Imltfe of the Kasleru Dis trict, suliject to the action of the Demu rrant' Primary May .". For Shorlff. We lire niitliorieil to announc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1900

THE MESS A GE THURSDAY. APML ". l!MM. Dr. Kny's Kciinvntor, for liver. the K. II. Cauthurn sold a tine jack this week to a ('hieao party for j $1,MH). j Miss Dunia Ilurtun of this eity j left last week to take up her sehool , duties at ianinia. i Mrs. Win. Drandon, of Laihlon ia, after a ten days' stay in this eity under treatment for her eyes, lias returned home. Mrs. II. (). Drown, ayvd :)". died at her home near (iaut last Sunday. The husband and six children survive her. Miss Hansard will be ready for her excellent display of Master hats Friday and Saturday of this week. Your patronage solicited. I. W. Cumin, of Horton, Kan., has bought the interest of. I. V. Mulder in the Kaiu Hotel at the depot in this city. Mr. ('iirran has taken possession. The little daughter of Win. Lear and wife died recently while the parents were visiting relatives at Louisiana. The body was shipped to Farher for interment . Miss l'iclle Wilkins, of Laddouia, has a fine position in the trimming departme...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 April 1900

THE MESSAGE .TTU'TtsnAY. A Pit .' !foo FOOT HUNG. Dr. W. L. Kendall, of liiish Hill, has located nl Cnrrolton, Mo. Isriae Dawes, of .Same coiinlv. i niuT Mis. I, cla Phillips, of this city, Were united ill marriage l;isl week. John Anderson mid .Miss Minilj Knoebel, latter of near Hciitont 'ily. were married last week. Tln v will ! reside iiciir Williamsburg, ('alia way eounty. " llllftilfliiiiFl am mim Ml dm mW w$u& fefl 1 ft &h ill 1m I H $ 1 1 mm U p mmmmmMhM I'iiiii : iv liviH V:t: . ' ETW ii'v.-v i t-. .1 4 rt i mmmm mmm my mm w i .1 r i"' . if t. w l Ud MM J ltd CVI 1 B "Flap Jack" Has a In ."VJe.vlco. Record Mrs. Sallie Vaughn, aged 7:2, mother of Mrs. Dr. M. K. (Yaw ford of this city, died last week. Funeral services Thursday morn ing from the Crawford residence by Kev. .1. .1. i'orter. Due day last week then; were two marriages in Centralia: W. L. Kobinson. of Centralia vicinity, to Miss Kmina liobinson, of War rensburg; Kdward Turner, of Stur geon, to Miss Carrie l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 April 1900

Mexico Miss Message OURI VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1000. NUMBER 23 THE HAPPIEST HEART. Who ilrlvr tin dorse of I hi' sun Shall lonl it hut 11 ln y : HrttiT tin- lowly iliM-d were ihmi', Anil krpt thi' huinlili' way. Tin- rust will liml tin' swonl of fame. Tin- ilust w ill hlili- tin' crown; Ay, noni' shall nnil so hltrli tils naiui' Tinii' w III not ti-iir It ilnwn. Tin' happiest heart that ever licut Win In some quiet hrcast That funnel the connnoii daylight sweet. Anil Ifft to lieavcii thi' rrst. . fi I 'once (7n in I. Odessa has mi electric 1 i trli t plant of her own. 'ost 10,KM). Tlie Hon. Carl Sehurtz will sup port Mr. Hryun this year. "The Man With the Ho.-" in th.' garden is said to In- a good pre vention for spring fever. It is remarked that April show ers bring May Mowers, and also chills and doctors' hills. Fred Johnson was drowned in the Wabash tank pond near High Hill last Thursday, by a small skiff capsizing. "(Jo on and shoot," me...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 April 1900

MESSAGE Published Kvery Thursday. John Heal, Editor nml Proprietor. Kntrri'd Ht thr I'dSliilllcc ill Mivtci. Mu a siTiniil-cliiMS mutter, i Tmnn of Subscription : our Vi-ir fU Monllijt. . . . 'J'lirro Mimlli. .m. ,.MI (Tilts, '.'."i fi'iili. THURSDAY. APR. 1-' " ANNOUNCEMENTS. State Senator. YVp rn anthorlwd tn niinoiiiicn M. It. K. UliitiS n candidate dr State Senator fur till li trli'l. subject tu llif iictluii "f Ileum rrstic party. V nr' initlii rlzi'il tu nnimnticc I . 1'. I I, A UK ! n candidate Tnr stiit' Senator frmn tlii. thr lltli district. Mil J'M-t tu tlx' anion "I Hip Democratic primary. Ma r.tli. For Representative. Wo arc authorized to ti tm m m-- KIKHtKS U.AY a candidate for liciresciitalive nf Aii ilrain County, subject to tin- action of the Democratic party. Forjudge Eastern District We aro authorized to nmioniii i' il'V Mi'CrM'. n candidate for .Indue ' the Kasti-ru Dis trict, subject to tin' action of tin' Dcmo-i-rutii Primary May -V For Sheriff. Wo up' authorize...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 April 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. APRIL 12. llKHJ. Dr. Knv'u Hcnovator, for the liver. Have 2.) rr by buying millinery of P. W. Harding. The prettiest hats fur the price is Ht P. W. Harding's. Winter got n long distance into the lap of spring yesterday. Mrn. Dewey, it in stated, has quit the Catholic hureli. The Kain hotel, opposite the de pot north, is to lie remodeled thru out. The Southern Methodists of Mex ico are planning for n new $1H,000 ehnreh edifice. John Hundley, eight miles north of Centralia, died last Saturday night, aged 01 years. Fire, department called out Tues day night account of nu accidental blaze in the McKinlcy restaurant. Seven proposed State constitu tional amendments to be voted on at the coming November election. If you waut the best corset in the world for the money, call for the W. B. Price $1.00 at Har ding's. Mrs. J. II. Simmons, of this city, has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Samuel Hale, south of Laddonia. People awaked yesterday morn ing to find the...

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. — 12 April 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. APRIL 12, VMM. Too many worthless dogs in this town. Kill 'em off. Don't h't tin- spirit of revenge pet into your nature . August I'rauch killed himself in St. ljoilis the oilier lil.V hccailc tl is debts Worried llilll. The Paris Appeal says I hat iiliout l.iO negroes have' left tllllt town sinee hist September. Mrs. Lizzie Mil, died iu St. Lou is the other l;i.v from 11 1 pois oning, due to viieeinntion. "Poor Dewey." That litis Iteen the comment over the whole coun try of late, lie should have let well enough alone. This eonntry is now on a gold basis. Are its roscetsany bright er or its prosperity any greater than before that stage? Charily ollieials in New York are greatly embarrassed by the number of laboring men in that city who ean't find employment. T. J. Kelso and S. II. Douglass are going to feed sweetness to this city. They have opened up a con fectionery store in the West build ing, corner Promenade and Wash ington streets. It is announced that hor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 April 1900

Mexico . Missouri Message. VOLUME 1. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 1Q, 1900. NUMBER 24 rights lire nut nlwnvs Tli' County Teachers' Institute convene in Luddonin in .Juno. "Ina multitude of counsellors there is safety, hut where no coun sel is, tlie people full." The Porto It icon tariff hill, with Senate ninenilinents, passed the House liy a vote of 1G1 to IVI. An Audrain candidate tells the Sturgeon Leader that he is running on liorrowed money and is too poor to announce in that paper. (rccii (lant succeeds Lycurgus I'.otkin as postmaster at Sunt . southwest of Mexico. Hope the postoftice trouble up that way is at an end. In politics, and everything else, "words ought not to be accepted because uttered by the lofty; nor rejected because uttered by the lowlv." The M. K. Church, South, breth ren are determined upon the erec tion of a if!l."),(KK)or $2(),(MK)chureli edifice within the next twelve months. Prof. A. S. Fauikuer has been re-employed as principal of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 April 1900

MBSSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Iriirit'tor: Ktitrri'il nt tin- I'nsioflici' Ht Milieu. Mo., a Hi'i'iiiiil-rlniw mutter. Tvrmx of Subscription: One Yeiir U. SIX Mlltltll H'lltK. Three Month -" cents. THURSDAY. AIM. 1!) ANNOUNCEMENTS. State Senator. V ro unthorlM-rl to aiinoniicn M. It. K. ItlliOS h rtndlilate for State Senntor for this dis trict, Hiilijcrt to tin- m-tlmi of tin- Ileum rrntic imrty. We ftp- iintlmrized to nilimnni-e C. I-'. fl.Altlv n rntullilntp for Stud' Sriuitcir from this. tlu llth district, siiliji-ct to thi- m-timi of the Di-iniKTutlf primary. May Mil. For Representative. Wo uri' Authorized to lointmm-c KIIODKS ( LAY n candidate fur Itcpresentativc of Au drain County, milijert to the iirtioii of the Democratic party. Forjudge Eastern District Vt'e ro mithorl.i'il to announce (il'Y Mi'tTNB fl candidate for .Indite of the Kiistern Ills trict, mihject to the action of tin' Henio it tie Primary May .". For Sheriff. Wr tiro authorized to niui...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 April 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. A PHIL lt, 10K). Dr. liver. Kav's Renovator, for tlie .1. W. Howell has lii en on sick list. tli. Little .lapiin is threatening war with Russia. Felix Martin, lieell llitt' siek. of Molino. has The Hoers are still bravely in Africa. holdiii'' out The hats at Miss Wood's are tin talk of the town. 1. A. Lewis has moved line farm near this eity. to li Mrs. .1. M. Pollard, who has been very siek. is slightly improved. Interesting reeital at Hardin Col lege to-morrow night. The inllic invited. V. K. West has been appointed census taker for the second and third wards of Mexico. C'liarles iSnblett, formerly of this city, was killed by the ears near Troy last Sunday morning. Kvcryone desirous of Stylish Millinery in Mexico should buy of Miss Wood. She leads the styles. W. E. Mendenhall, late of the Hale, Mo., Hustler, will launch a new Republican paper at Martins burg, this County. The main building of the new Military Academy will be 4Sx KM) feet, two stories high and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 April 1900

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. A1MML1!), 1000. ROPE JUMPER DIES. Utile Girl Expires From Violent Exercise. llKU.vn.u:, lu.., April 10. Fn tin Poigneo, 11 years old, died lien today us n result of n rope-jumping contest whieli she indulged in n few days ago. The child was the cham pion rope-jumper of the school un til her record was broken and the new pace set at !.") jumps. She determined to win lmck her laurels, mid in the centre of an admiring group jumped the roM 'JHO times, when she became dizzy, and soon lifter reaching home she became sick. The doctor pronounced her ailment heart disease, induced by too violent exercise. Champ Clark's Opponent. Wellsville. Mo.. April 11. Hon orable. 1). S. Flagg, one of the leading lumber merchants of Lou isiana. Mo., will be a candidate for the Republican nominai ion for Congress from this (the Ninth) district before the Republican Con gressional convention which meets nt Troy, Mo., May 1, 1!00. Mr. Flagg was a candidate before the Republican Congress...

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