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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 February 1903

THE FIVE FRANC PIECE. AyT B :; THE RIP.' feELEAGE BY PE-y-A, Congressman Geo. H- White's Case. A Noted Sculptress Cured. St. JACOBS'! !i .0 By JAMES 8. EVANS. (Copyright, 1 , by Dally Story Pub.' Co.) OH POSITIVELY CURES Rheumatism Neuralgia Backache Headache Feeiache All Bodily Aches AND CONQUERS PAIN. 0HOO00OOO6eHWHiOOOOHK5H3 If A HE YOU SATISFIED ? li y Are you entirely satisfied with the goods you buy and with the prices that you payr Over 2.000.0CO people are trading with us and Betting their goods at lukoltsali prices. Our 1,000-pace catalogus will be sent on receipt ot 16 cents. It tells the story. Talking; TJnder Water. Divers are able to converse under water by placing their helmets, which are invariably made of copper, togeth- ' er, and shouting to one another. The sound, they say is swiftly and distinct-, ' lv conveyed. To the housewife who has not yet become acquainted with the new things 1 of everyday use in the markej and who Is reasonably satisfied with the old, 'we w...

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. — 5 February 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 5, 1903 Terms of tiubxcription: One y-ar CI.ijo Sil Months 50 Tlinnt Months 25 "LISTEN TO THE Mocking Bird"-1 low It Happened to be Written. Septimus Winner, the author of "Listen to the Mocking Bird," who died the other day in Phila delphia, passed out of the world wellnigh penniless. And yet, duriug his lifetime, his poiifjs the one named and others, earned nearly $3,0000,000. Of this sum he received less than one-tenth of 1 percent. Of "Listen to the Mocking Bird" 20,000,000 copies were sold. Win ner was paid $5 for the manu script. Like Nicholas Crouch, the Bal toinoream who wrote "Kathleen Mavoureen," he won fame with out profit. The composer was 70 years old when he died. When he wrote the song that made hiin famous he was 26. How he came to write it was told a day or two after his death by his wife. "In 1832," said Mrs. Winner, "we had a music store in Phila delphia near the Delaware Itiver. A young negro named Dick Mil burn used to clean up for us ...

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. — 12 February 1903

fTATE IIIfeTOIJCAt fiCO MEXICC) ouri Me VOLUME IV. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1903. NUMBER 15 Miss SSAOE. 5:c:::: C: (J' . r HAPPENED and fin ! C0aaty Some people sing "Jesus paid it all" and imagine that they have a receipt in full. Skiunei' and San" Fe news let ters arrived too late last week to be gotten in type. Isaac Johuson of the southwest part of the county has sold out and moved to Eldorado Springs. Miss Mary Jurguse n of Macon City has bought the interest of Josephine Morris in the millinery firm of Hopkins & Morris in this city. - Owing to the inclement weather of February 4th Tom Jones put off his sale till Tuesday, the 17th inst., at which time the sale will take place rain or shine. Wisht them railroad surveyors would get out of Monroe county; Middletown wants to see how far the natural born civil engineers are to pull the road from Middle town. Chilis. "A horse ran away with my brother and he hasn't been out of doors for three weeks."...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 February 1903

Mexico Missouri message John BeaL Publisher. HEX ICO MISSOURI Uneasy, too, lies the bead that wears . royal fes. Yet no one bear of the coal barons giving any surplus millions to educa tlon. As Mr. Schwab has done nothing startling of late we may conclude be la getting better. Honolulu can now talk to San Fran cisco every day and all day If she hap pens to have the price. There Is food for superstitious minds in the thought that the figures in 1903 added together make 13. Empc-ror Francis Joseph will not let his premier resign. A good premier is as hard to got as a good hired girl, Some folks tnlnk their whole duty is performed when they build a big fire and warm their feet and pity the poor. A government tax Is soon to be Im posed upon soda fountains. Now Is the tlmo to hit them while they are lown. One of the oddities of the midwinter market Is that a car load of coal costs the same as a crate of Texas straw berries. Two drunks a year Is all the new English law will allow to one p...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 February 1903

7 " i IIALY AKD GERMANY DELAY Gowon's Ct;frid Decided Representa tive of Venezuelan Government Re fuses to Sign Agreement as Now Drafted. Washington: Although Mr. Bowen anil the other negotiators are closely guarding the provisions of the several protocols, it Is understood that the demands which are known to exist In the German and Italian agreements, as nt present drafted, which Mr. Bowen cannot agree to, concede an increased payment by Venezuela prior to the handing down of The Hague's decision regarding the allies' conten tion cf preferential consideration In the settlement of their claims. It Is reported that Germany asks that she receive, in addition to the 127,500 cash that Mr. Bowen has agreed to pay, a certain percentage of the cuntoms receipts until the re mainder of the $40,000 demanded In the original ultimatum addressed by Ger many to President Castro last autumn Is paid. Italy, It is believed, is Insisting on a similar demand, though the amount asked for In her ultimat...

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 February 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bcal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tlip PoKtoflice at Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. FEH. 12, 1003 Farmers Organizing. A new movement is coming out of the West! The Message notes with pleas ure the progress made by the formers of Nebraska, Kansas, Ok lahoma and Missouri in protecting themselves against the rapacity of other organized busiuess interests. In these States the old Farmers' Alliance, a few years ago, became the most powerful. That organiz ation accomplished its work well, but fell short of the main object for which it came into existence. Should the present movement suc ceed, and the farmer become able to ship his produce . without the interventiou of middlemen, a long step in the direction of the inde pendence of farming as a business of which we have always heard so much boasting will have been taken. The only reason this has not been successfully done before is because of the lack of faith formers have ha...

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. — 12 February 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 4903 5 11APPERE0 and HAPPnincQ Georee Downs Las moved to Rush Hill from Roodhouse, 111. In the Circuit Court Monday Georee Gilbert was paroled on bond. " ' H. G. Halloway, the real estate man. will likely leave Mexico aud locate at Versailles. J. E. Hodges and Evelina Pay ton, both of this county, have been graii ted marriage license. There is said to be two other cases of smallDox in the family of Louis Erb, near Rush Hill. Miss Ethel Thornbargh, for merly an assistant on the Mes sage, is now teacher of shorthand in Hardin College. By a vote of 7 to 1 in the City Council Monday night J. T, Pavne was granted saloon license in this city for six months. Wm.Baruett has resigned as night policeman and, we under stand, thinks of moving to . St Juouis. orry to nave mm uuu u i i j v: good family leave us. The I. & St. Louis It. K. is makinar another Burvey of their proposed Hue, which runs thru Audrain county. Their surveyors are now near Victor. kin Monr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 February 1903

3? Miss STRINGENT CAME LAW PROPOSED Bill Practically the Same as That Pr pared by Aududon Society, Th and game laws have not yet 'kni passed by the General Assembly. It Is not certain that they will be, but late friends of a good measure are united on a bill which they expect to champion with all their strength. The bill Is practically the same as that prepared by the Audubon Society of the State, and has the support of such sportsmen as Senator Lee and 'Colonel John T. Crisp, chairman of the two gune committees of the assembly. About ten days ago a Joint meet ing of the two committees was held and the merits of the bill discussed. 'Wednesday Colonel Crisp reported the ' bill with two amendments prepared by the committee. The provide that quail - can only be shot from November 15 to December 15 of each year, and that for - a period of five years it shall be un lawful to kill prairie chickens. Last year a fish and game law passed the House and caused much commotion . in the Senate. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 February 1903

WOMEN SUFFER Hard to attebd to dally duties with a back that aches like the toothache. A woman's kidneys give her constant trouble. 1 Backache Is the first warning of sick kidneys, and should never be neglected. Urinary . disorders an noy, embarrass and worry 'Womankind. Dangerous 'dia betes, dropsy and iBrlght's - disease 'are mira tn fnllnw If the kidneys are neglected. Read how to cure the kidneys and ieep them well. Mrs. James Beck of 814 West Whltesboro street, Rome, N. Y says: "I was troubled with my kidneys for relght or nine years; had much pain in Imy back; as time went on I could (hardly endure It; I could not stand iexcept fcr a few moments at a time; I (grew weak and exhausted; I could not even do light housework, let alone 'washing and ironing; I could not stoop .or bend; my head ached severely; I 'was In pain Xrom my head down to my ''heels; centering in the kidneys it was heavy, steady, sickening ache; I 'could not rest nights, and got up morn' lings weak and tired. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 February 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1903 Terms of Unbscription: Onft year 11.00 Six Months 50 Throe Months 25 Colorado to Exclude Trusts. Denver, Feb. 3. Representative Murto to-day introduced in the house a bill which is intended to ex chide trusts from operating in this state. It defines u trust or pool and forbids formation iu Colorado, forbids any trust-doing business in Colorado and fixes severe penalties for its violation. The bill was drawn up by E. G Wilson, the lawer who drew up anti-trust law in Kansas assisted by his partner, E. A. Waggoner. The bill contains all the salient points of the Kansas uud Texas anti-trust laws, together with new ideas. At Kansas City. L. II. Guthrie, State solcitor for salvation array, for seven years with that organiza tion, is touring the state for funds to assist in the work, lie was for merly a printer aud a very genial fellow. The Salvation Army is doing good work iu quarters where good work is most needed. "That man will staudthe greatest chan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 February 1903

61A1E HISTORICAL 870 Messag ISSOURI VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1903. NUMBER 16 1M G YTf A a " HAPPENED and HAPPENING. Sow If I tad Comty Ntwt la Ptlltt Form 4 Mrs. W. V. Fry aud daughter, Miss Gertrude, are visiting at Cuthbert, Georgia. , C. E. Casper and Mr. Devanney, at Rush Hill, were reported last Saturday as being ill with small pox. Little Miriam Glaudon, who has been so seriously ill with pneumo nia, is now thought to be on the way to recovery. The Mexico opera house is to be closed indefinitely after this week. The opera in this city seems to get poor patronage. George Brashears died in Texas last week of pneumonia and was shipped to this city for interment. He was raised northeast of Mexico. r Dick Lott of near Benton City is getting ready to move to Fort Collins. Colorado, where he will have employment in a a beet sug ar factory. Miss Florence Patton, of this city, who has been a missionary in Japau for about eight years, start in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 February 1903

f.lcxico Missouri ...essaga John BoM. Publisher. WKUOO. .Missoum After all. royal scandals are sough to set everybody talking. The durbar shindy at Dclbt is oyer. It la a great relief to tbe assembled elephants. At last account Mr. Rockefeller aa worrying along with the tame poor old stomach. "Bob" Burdette says humorlBts haven't degenerated. No, Indeed; It ia their output that has. If Mm. Astoria figures are trust worthy New York's 400 has increased to 600. Natural Increase? There appear to be still a few instt tutlons In the country willing to take Mr. Rockefeller's dollars at par. Some parents who violently object to football permit their boys to Bkate on thin ice and never worry a bit. The newspapers, the public and the stage folk are all waiting patiently to get a lick at Alfred Austin's new play. President Castro may not be a good fighter, but he has demonstrated to the powers that he is no slouch at waltz ing. A New Jersey woman with a garden rose put her neighbors to rout. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 February 1903

STORM CAUSES ffl IS ;attlemen in southwest .UN. IN TEMPERATURE. Herds In the Open Fields Suffer In tensely nd Hundred of Head are Dying from Exposure Already a Raise in Price of Beef la Predicted. Telegraphic reports show that the blizzard which came out ot the North - west lias swept down over the South, the BOYereBt storm which has been knowa la years. North Texas suffered, more, prob ably, Ifcan any other part ot the coun try. In some places the mercury dropped forty degrees, causing much distress. Stock In the open suffered and thousands of head will die. A foot of snow is reported In some parts of the Panhandle. ' Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Arkan sas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Ohio end Georgia also suffered very extensively. In the Northwest the temperature has begun to moderate somewhat af ter the severe blizzard, but this only seems to indicate that the storm center is shifting to the Southeast. Several trains were snowbound in Kansas and Nebraska. One death is reported ...

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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. — 19 February 1903

' 'A THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, Editor and Proprietor. Enured at the Pfwtonicc at Mexico, Mo., second-class matter. THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1903 An Early Prophet. An Iowa man who it is said hap pened to witness a sale of books in Philadelphia a few weeks ago yielded to the charms of the an tique and bought a buudle of pam phlets that came from the garret with the dust of several genera tions upon them. Later investiga tion showed he had possessed him self of an odd collection dating b;iek to the '30s and '40s the pe riod of Webster and Clay, Emnier son and Utecher, Irviug and Long fellow, still lamented by many as the second golden np" of America. Surely the current publications of that day would carry the true he roic llavor. So thought the visit or from Iowa when he made his in vestment, but he has since been, as Mark Twain says, "harassed with doubts." First among the pamphlets was a "Political Chatechism" by a wri ter who had considerable vogue seventy years ag...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 February 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY,' FEB. 19, 1903 U HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. D County School Commissioner J. N. Cross holds a teachers' exam ination at Denton City next Satur day. - ' T. L. McCubbin, of our city, who is near his four score years, ha bean in quite feeble health for several months. . James Bates has been awarded the carrying of the mail between Paris and Santa Fe. He gets f 025 per year. J. B. Pool at Thompson has sold his land property, 54 acres, in that little village to E. S. Spence at $55 per acre. 111 H. G Halloway, the real estate agent, late of this city, orders his Message, sent to him at Eldon, Mo. He thinks that is a coming town. t . Grant White, tho a man of col or, lately, employed with B. F. Miller, the wagon maker and blacksmith, is now with J. D. Pratt. Eld. W. T. Hook, of this city, besides having charge of the church at Farber, this county, is also pas tor of the Christian church at Dauivlle. B. A. Thornbnrgh, who has suffered so long with ueuralgia in the face, be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 February 1903

FOR THE GIRL WHO WAS WAITING. The Missouri Legislature The Proceedings of Both House J! re Here Given in a Condensed Form 5 I Missouri A. record of th vents of tH weh ?Ht T9 of JfT special interest to the people in Missouri fyf Jk. Br FEANR- H. SWEET. (Copyrlcbt, ins, by Dally Story Pnk. 0k.) STAMPFLI'S MEMORIAL. 'Strong Sentiment at Capital In Favor of Ha-Ha-Tonka Park. There Is a strong sentiment among lbs lawmakers In favor of the proposed scheme to make a national park of Ha Ha Tonka, In Camden County, Mis souri. Congress has been memorialized to dopt Congressman Shackleford's bill. Representative StampftTs memorial, which was adopted In the House Fri day without ft dlBBentlng vote, Is as follows: "Whereas, Honorable Dorsey W. Shackleford, Congressman from the Eighth Missouri District, has Intro duced into the National House of Rep resentatives a bill to create a National park of the famous Ha-Ha-Tonka region, In Camden County, Missouri; anfl, "Whereas, Lake Ha-Ha-Tonka and the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 February 1903

That Cry - "Oh, My Back! The little misslonnry, Doan's Kidney Pill, free trial,' carries ease, rest, comfort. Most people need kidney help; they who choose Doan's get It help that lasts. tEEnrnci,D, Ijjd. ""When I iwnt for the trinl box of Donn's KUlucy Pills I hrwt been afflicted for two months with poiu In my back so bod. that I could not get from the bouse to the barn. It wtui called rheumatism. I could pet no relief fnom the doctors. I begnn to Improve on taking tho sample and got two boxes at our druggist s, and, although f38 years of age, I am almost a new mnn. I was troubled a good deal with my water had to get tip lour and five times a night That troublo Is over with and once nioro I enn rest the night through. My backache Is all gone, and I thiink you ever so much for the wonderful medicine, Donn's Kidney Pills." , Jno. II. Hitbkr, President Itidgevillo, Indiana, State Bank. . Bei.thno. Mien.. Jan. 14, 1903. "I re ceived tii.d box of Doan's Kidney Pills. They did mo lots of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 February 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEI3. 19, 1903 Terms of Subscription: One yi-ur ........ fl. 00 .S.x Month!) , M Tliroo MontM 5 STOKES SPEAKS. Helps Hlsbcrry to Enthuse Against Whisky Dives. . Elsh.-rry, Mn., Kel 11. WU herry Ii.-i j been .iniiis'il ly a lein peritiei! rt iim:k1. .1 local iril;X ist Kt.ii'ti'd .-i -ti!i hi for .i bullion here hist week. Alter Hi" petition was Malted I lie liev. J. M. ledgers, a Mcl Invlist iiiiiis.-i-, began n re-nion-ii ihik!!'. Tin; ivsuit wn. the latter had about, ivvice n many nimes on his petition as tin; for iner. hn strong was tlio remon strance that the druggist did not place his petition with the county Clerk. lint the reverend gentleman did not slop. This week has been net apart to tifhf I he whisky "dives.' Several proprietors have heen ar rested twice and it is rumored that other indictments are ready to he served. To-morrow one of the trials ot the three druggists will come up and Friday the other two will he called. A Law and Order League was or...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 February 1903

T rr- WW GU VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1903. NUMBER 17 V HAPPENED ond Jmt Imf Ctamtr Vandalia news letter too late to be gotten in type last week. Charles Muster is the new depu ty constable of Loutre township. Miss Josie Acuff is the .new "Hello" girl at the telephone ex-, change in Vandalia. The Farber school district is talking the matter of . consolida tion with adjoining districts. It is stated that Wra. Pollock.of the Pollock Milling Co. . of this city, will build an electreo light; mg plaut in Sturgeon. Mrs. S. J. Rice, of Seattle, Wash., who has been visiting her parents at Vandalia, Mr. and Mrs. J T. Glascock, returned home, a few days ago. D. E. Elder, just west of Rush Hill; who sold bis farm last sum mer, will have a public sale soon and then will move to Texas. We are indeed sorry to have him and his excellent family leave our county. Dr. H. K. ELinde, of this city, is associated with Rev. C. G. Hill as agent for the Jerusalem ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 February 1903

TJIcxico Missouri Message JOHN DEAL. Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI riie next time au ocean steamer la a fsw days overdue let us be ca'm. J nit because a man likes to see tbe cboat walk is no sign that be Is a spiritualist. Charles Mltrhell. the ex-puglllst, is aid to be worth $200,000. Mr. Mitch ell knew when to quit Royalties on Wagner's operas last year paid $116,000. Yet some Euro pean royalties never pay. Hall Calne Is called on to name bis favorite novel. Modesty will perhaps prevent Mr. Calne from replying. President Baer Is now criticised by the stockholders of bis own com pany. Tills is little short of sacrilege. New York's 403 has been Increased to 650. It is to be hoped this does not mean a lowering of tbe standards of fitness. And while you are asking wbo Is to blame for It don't overlook the gen tlemen wbo had "nothing to arbitrate" last summer, An Iowa man was stricken dumb In New York hotel. It is suspected that the clerk neglected to give him the rates In sections. Paul'...

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