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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 February 1903

IG DEMONSTRATION IN HONOR OF. MINERS' CHIEF AT , SPRINGFIELD. Workmen Wild With Delight Oper ator! and Citizens Join In Honoring the Leader Twenty-five Hundred People Were Present. ' Springfield, III.: Twenty-five hun dred people shouted themselves hoarse and a brass band shattered the atmos phere with "See, the Conquering Hero Comes" as National President John Mitchell entered, Representatives' Hall at the StatehoiiBe Monday night, and the reception tendered under the au spices of the Springfield Federation of Labo began. All the delegates to the State Miners' Convention and the coal operators of the State who are here In conference with the miners, were pres ent The miners went wild with en thusiasm. Mitchell was overcome with sppreclatlon. The address of welcome was deliv ered by Lieutenant Governor North colt, who presided In the abeenve of Governor Yates, the latter being called to Lincoln, 111., by the illness of Dr. H. S. McLean. Northcott Introduced Mitchell as the "greatest...

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. — 26 February 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Eiitc-rod at th Potufllce at Mexico, Mo., as socond-rlniw matter. THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 1903 Biggs Got There. Last week the Message niaJe editorial reference to unexpected opposition from a certain State ofliciiil to the Biggs binder twine plaut bill. We knew whereof we spoke nod suggested that the tsaid official be a little careful. The following which appeared in one of the St. Louis papers a few da.vs ago, inauen inc MMi.uioi) plain .Tli" govt-rnor in bitterly upposei to the passage of .Senator Higgs bill, establishing a binding-twine factory at the penitentiary. The bill went thru the senate with only two dissenting votes. Senator Schoelaub of St. Louis voted against it, probably because he had not been asked to support it, and Senator Marshall cast the other negative vote, because of personal interest, as he sells binding twine to the farmers of his community. The bill had smooth sailing in two committees of t...

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. — 26 February 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FEB. 26, .1903 J" lunnrwrn iwn lunnrnn1 tni II HI I LULU AIIU llftl I MM11U. 14 Gray Hook is quite sick. Yesterday the, Lenten season be gan. ' ' ' - The City o( Mexico is now out of debt. " ' ; Tom Bass bought a fine mare from W. II. Brown this week, paying $200. John Youngblood, of near Mar tinsburg.has moved to Jasper county. . The Odd Fellows are planning to build a flue lodge hull this spriug. Jeff Sims has been appointed night watchmau, J. W.. Baruett resigned. Mrs. Wm, Westenboff, of Mar tiusburg, was stricken with paral ysis last week. William Barnett, ex-nightwateh-man, has about determined on moving to St. Louis. . The Democrats of Moberly have nominated A. C. Dingle, a former Mexico man, for Mayor. Abraham Zimmerman at Rush Hill will farm this year; moves to his place north of that town. By action of the City Council all telephone lines desiring to con nect with Mexico are invited to do so. . It is said that the peach crop prospect in mau.v sections ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 February 1903

The Missouri Legislature The Proceedings of Doth Houses Jlre Here Given In a Condensed Form UNDERTAKER DOONAIi'S ROUGIIBOX record of tHe events of the weeK iKat ore of especial interest to the xJJ people In MUaouri ff Jfe. T Missouri By ALLAN P. AMES E3 Cflht, lOJ. by Dally Story Publishing Cemea TUESDAY. The Missouri House apent an hour or more this afternoon discussing the "Jim Crow" hill and finally sent It to engrossment without a roll call. The debate was humorous and sharp. Crisp of Jackson and Williams of Scott occupied most of the time, no speech es In opposition being made. The real fight will come on the final passage. Appropriation bills were Introduced for Institutions of learning and the civil list. The valued policy and the co-Insurance bills were reconsidered In the Senate and an amendment attached making them apply to cities with 20, (00 inhabitants or more. The rating bill was laid ever informally. The Senate alum bill,, amended by Farls, was passed by a vote of 19 ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 February 1903

V Various Plants of Fnrope. Out of v 4,200, pcclmens of plants gathered In Europo for commercial purposes one-tenth have a pleasing perfume and are used in the manufao , t?""" of acenta and noapa. The color tff 1,124 species Is white, 187 having a tterfume; 9G1 ore yellow, 77 with a lcnM on - . . . oto are rea, oa Dine ana zos .Violet, the number of these having a f pleasant odor being 84, 34, and 139 re . pectbrely. Dneheae lias Mauy lton1ts. The dowager duchess of Abercorn Is the most marvelous of all the peer esses of the United Kingdom. Ehe now has 140 descendant! Mvlnr. name ly, ten children (Ave sons and five daughters), fifty-nine grandchildren and seventy-one great-grandchildren. The fifty-ninth grandchild the child Jf Lady Evelyn Cavendish was born ecently. . Jakes that Were i'rapboeles. I It Is noteworthy that sometimes the Jokes of one generation become the Iwber 1 actK of the next. Years ago Bret .'Harte satirised an attempt to buy St. Thomas, and Thomas Nast made Pic- t...

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. — 26 February 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, FfcB. 20, 1003 Tirmt; of Hnlscription: Ono year ...11.00 Six Month ........ ...SO T hreo Months i. ........ . 23 The death of Henry Burney, near Fairfax, recently, illustrates the irony of Pate. Ilis death re sulted from piecnutionnry meas nii'g which lie had taken to save life. He was killed by the caving in of u cyclone cellar which he was attempting to repair. gentleman in .Missouri, will ing Rome oats, advertised in the county paper for them. By care lessness of the proofreader the advertisement read: "Anyone having a surplus of cats will oblige Joel Stcuim by taking him a two bushel sack full." It was a slight mistake, u v instead of an o, but see what advertising will do. Mr. Stenim got twenty-three cats, twenty of which were Toms, in stead of two bushels of oats. Representative Bankhead of Alabama was making his auimal speech for the appropriation for the Southron fast in il, "All it will, cost" he said," is the sum of $143,787.7.1." "You seem to know al...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 March 1903

M M t rr GO 7 JL VL1L 4 Lj hJ JTA. VOLUME IV. y HAPPENED and w Xjw ,Sma Laaal and Caaoty Mike Brandon has moved . from Laddonia to Martlnsburg. Centralia is to have a new olio church and parsonage. Cath- Miss Josephine Morris of this city has engaged in the millinery business at Centralia. ' J. L. Gartrell is not to hang un til April 17, the Governor having given him a respite. II. Mayne, who recently moved to the vicinity of Rush Hill from Iowa, was here on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Martin and little son, of Vandalia, formerly of this city, are visiting at Stur geon. Wood Hoyt has bought a 100 acre farm three miles south of Benton City, lie is now in pos session. J. R. Shell, northwest of Laddo nia, was here a couple of days last week and made this office a much apprecia ted call. Mrs. T. B. Brown, according to the Farber Forum, is the first to report young chickens in the local ity. Rather daring the ground hog. Mrs. John Wells of this city has a patent to lands in th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 March 1903

Mexico Missouri Message JOHN DEAL, Publisher. MEXICO ".'MISSOURI Every man U a total abstainer be tween drinks. You can't persuade the oldest In habitant that the good die young. British advices indicate that tbe Mad Mullah was dead, but not irre trievably so. An Englishman recently paid $1,000 for a hen. They must navp a meat trust over there, too. A Utah girl broke her jaw In de bating the merits of Apostle Smoot How she must have talked! With the weather bureau costing Uncle Sara $1,250,000 a year, then ought to be a good prophet in it. Again our admiration of Dr. Lorenz Is, increased. ' He says that be isn't going to write a book about America. Scientists claim that there Is no cure for consumption, but the break fest food inventors have not yet given 1i up. Good-by to the pleasures of soli tude and privacy when Marconi gets that wireless pocket telephone per fected. The professor who can discover a serum that will prevent train disas ters can be assured of the public's gratitud...

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

CONFESSES TO KILLING FIVE NAPP TCI i ft unuu ur un I trn . .. THREE GIRLS AND TWO WIVE8. Long-Standing Cincinnati Mysteries Are Cleared Murder of Three Ev anevllle Women Now Attributed to Him Haa 8erved Prieon Terme. Indianapolis, Ind.: Albert Knapp, arrested In this city Wednesday, who lies In the Butler County Jail at Ham ilton, self-confessed as the most de ; praved criminal run to earth since the j crimes of H. H. Holmes were laid bare i la 1895, has the following crimes at his floor, by self-confession, with the ex .fcepticn of barnburnlng: Ehnma Llttleman, killed in a Cincin nati lumber yard, January 21, is. t Mary Eckert, strangled to death op- poslte the Cincinnati (Ohio) Y. M. C. ,;A. building, August 1, 1894. Jennie Connors Knapp, his second ' wife, murdered In Cincinnati and thrown into the canal there August 7, 1894. Ma Gebhard, a child, assaulted and. murdered in Indianapolis, July 19, 1895; her body found several days later in a barn in West Indianapolis. j Hannah Godd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 March 1903

f THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entrrpii at tlio Postofllco at Mexico, Mo., as second -cl bss matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1903 Biggs For Governor. Hon. M. It. K. Biggs, Sta:e Senator from the Eleventh District, composed of the counties of Au drain, Pike and Lincoln, has made a record in the General Assembly of which the whole State may well feel proud. He is the inveterate loe of trickery and corruption. No suspicion of collusion or fawn ing sycophancy taints his charac ter. Ho is in vincible when lie takes a, stand for what he knows is the right is as firm in charae terjand purpose as the rock of Oi bra Iter. No friend of the lobby or of the trusts dare approach .Senator Biggs. He is iusuperable as the friend of the common people. A practical farmer and agricultural ist, the a pricultural interests are ubove all interests, intellectual and broad- minded, a Democrat after the strictest sect, with every Jeffersoniau qualification, he is worthy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 March 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1903 HADDCvrn urn MiDDCMiivr. Wa imi i lulu nnu nni i lmiiui. W, L. Farrah has, moved to Mexico. Scott Tanner at Fulton is a new reader of the Message. J. VV. Jones of near Rush Hill has moved oyer in the vicinity . of Benton City. The Christian church brethern are negotiating for a site for their new church. L. A. Harris, of near, Laddonia, has moved to the farm he pur chased last fall near Benton City. Rev. J. H. Poland, presiding elder, will preach at the M. E. church in this city next Sunday morning. Chris Jungerman of near Rush Hill has bought a farm in Saline county. He will move to it in a short time. Rev. VV. H. Fox, now of Fort Collins, Colo., has sold his resi dence property in Mexico to Bert Johnson for $1,000. F. A. Mudd has moved from the vicinity of Molino into the community just east of Mexico. Tne Message acknowledges a pleasant call from Mr. Mudd. The following are on a commit tee to secure a site for the new Christian church; B. L. Lo...

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

THE LAND OF MAKE-BELIEVE. It Hi well to wanor sometimes In the land of Make-Belleve, Through lt ever-srnlllnf garden, where the heart may eeoaa te grieve, "Where the boda are say with roaes and the paths are pared with gold, And our honos. Ilka soaring- songsters, their mercurial wlnga unfold. Jt ua all be Utile children for awhile and make our way Through the sweet and aunny meadow land of Make-Belleve to-day. There's a Queen within an arbor, where he rulea In high renown, With a Illy for a aceinter and a roae wreath for a crown, And her lawa are love and laughter, for they know not Borrow there Never hate or pain or money enter In her kingdom fair. &a we alng the aonna the children alna and play the games they play Jin we wander In the golden land of Make-Bclleve to-day. n The Work of the Puppy ' ii Mr. John Preston was In a discon tented and uncertain frame of mind. He told hlmaelf a dozen times over fiat he had been very badly treated; that life was a blank. Mr. John Preston...

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

VVitH the 2tt. ' JacoBs Oil ' ' to core ' Lumbago and Sciatica Thr Is no Meb wovel M Prise Bnrf ews) Cigarette. The- cigarette factories hare doubled their output since the Tlait of the Prussian Prince Henry, his Influence upon the youth of the country having led to & vastly Increased consumption of their product. Every hoy who sr Henry smoke one cigarette will him self snioUe 100 packets. Daws TbleT WeofforOne Hundred Dollars reward forany csxe or Catarrh lost cannot be cured by Hall's I'atarrb Cure. F. J. CHENEY ft OO., Props., Toledo, X We, the underNlrnM, bare known F. J. Cheney for tbe last 16 year and belieTe him perfectly honorable In all bualneas transactions and financially able to carry out any obliga tions madn by their arm. Went ft Truax, Wholesale DrarglsM. Toledo, O : Waldlnff. Klnnen ft Marvin, Wholesale Druselsts. Toledo. Ohio. Hall'a Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, act ing directly upon the blood andmuoouasurf aces of the system. Testimonials sent free, frloe ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 March 1903

THE MESSAGE TLIUUSDAY, MARCiii 4, 1903 i. . . . " Trrntx of Subscription: One Jf-ar.,.. tl.00 Six Months ..GO Three Months ....23 W. II. Stuart Accepts Call. Pari, Mo Feb. 27. The First Uaptibt church of Paris to-day re wived nn acceptance. of.the call're cently extended to the Reverend W. 11. Stuart of Louisvslle, Ky. lie will begin his labors the first Hnuday in May. Mr. Stuart is a graduate of the Georgetown(Ky.) University, a graduate of the law department of Washington and Leo University of Virginia, and in April will be graduated from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville. He is an orator of some note, having won first honors in the intercollegiate oratorical contest in Kentucky. Harriet ilosmer. HY El.JZAHETH DAVIS KIELDKH. Once upon u time there was a good father and mother who did not object to their little girl play ing in the dirt. They were very unusual parents, as you will readi ly believe, and they have'their re ward. I have never heard of any others ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 March 1903

STATE HISTORICAL 810 ; Message xico VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1903. NUMBER 19 Me Missouri V HAPPENED and V . Sam Imii orf County Henry Rhodes and family, " of this county, have located at Fort Collins, Colorado. Ex-sheriff Mat Melson, of this city, has a position in the Wa bash railroad at Moberly. Wm, Berry moved his family from here to the Matson farm west of Louisiana, in Pike county. And so it appears that Audrain county is not to get that new rail road from the north after all. Ed Machimof Farber.has bought a fine farm two miles northeast of Martinsbnrg and has taken possession. M. L. Travis, late of near Hush Hill, has bought the E. P. Burns farm, southwest of Laddonia. Bro. Travis, gla d to have you re main in Audrain. D. M. Foster at Fossil, Ore., renews for the Message. He adds, "I like your paper very much." Mr. Foster was formerly located at Rush Hill and later at at Benton City. A Wabash train recently ran 40 miles from Mob erly to ...

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 March 1903

Mexico Missouri Message JOHN BEAL, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI Ifi the early spring bird that catches cold. The man who propose to cross ths Sahara desert la a balloon bas sand. Renewed health to Ian Maclaren of ' Drvmtochty. We really couldn't spare him. It Isn't at all likely, however, that the empress dowager will consent to stay dead. Mr. Rockefeller bas given $100,000 to the Brooklyn Y. M. C. A. ten sec onds' Income. Things that seem serious to you might look funny if they happened to someone else. It Is rumored that Miss Thaw of Pittsburg has melted the icy heart of the Earl of Yarmouth. John W. Gates talking of retiring? He has never yet shown himself to be of a retiring disposition. Probably those French explorers will find the south pole fully as coy and evasive as the north pole. Discretion is not exactly a brilliant or fascinating characteristic, but it Is most Indispensable to success. The discovery of gold in Indiana has not affected the price of rings, so far as we have...

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

II PATIENTS fit! AWAY IRON WRIST BANDS CUT FROM TEN PRISONERS BY DESPER- - ATE CONVICT. Flerc Fight With Guard Four In mates Succeeded In Escaping, but . 8lx Were Overpowered Supervisor ' Steer Injured In Struggle. Fulton, Mo.: Ten criminal Insane patients at the Hospital for the Insane made a desperate attempt to escape from their keepers while going to breakfast Thursday morning. Benjamin Richardson, who was ad mitted to the Institution from the State Penitentiary February 28, 1903, and served a sentence of four years for grand larceny, and who had been, In the meantime, sentenced to the Peni tentiary for 99 years for killing-. Dep uty Sheriff In Ozark County, cut the Iron wristbands of the ten patients and they tried to overpower their keepers. Richardson used a shoeknlfe similar to those used at the State Peniten tiary, but how he came in possession of it Is a mystery. In the struggle, after the men were liberated by Richardson, Supervisor Thomas Steer made a brave fight and was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 March 1903

THE MESSAGE Published, Every Thursday. ' Johu Beal, Editor aud Proprietor. EnU-fd at thePostofnee t Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. MARCH 12, 1903 Do you favor a five year, con tract fof street lights with a spec ial tax levy! The Message favors ' municipal ownership of the electric light plant. It is coming to that , soon er or later, and why not sooner! If the sun is really inhabited ns some of the sky-searchers main tain, the neonle must hare "good old summer time the year around." And the coal trust certainly is not in it a little bit. A Rhode Island farmer shot his negro farm hand and from all ac counts it was justifiable homicide, casejof self defense. But in the South where the negroes are ten times as numerous, such incidents are re ferred to .the race problem. The Legislature has heard the last effoat to pass the repeal of the valued policy insurance law. The senate indefiuitelypostponed. Well, the law is righ1 iu principle. If the insurance company agrees to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 March 1903

THE MESSAGE! Death's Doings. PAUL ALLEN DEAD. THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1903 & HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. & . Mrs. Wm. Barnett has very Bick with pneumonia. been Joe Crews, of Molino vicinity, has a position with the C. & A. railroad in St. Louis. Mrs. E. H. Skelly, of Rush Hill, has moved to this city; is making her home with her son, U. G. Skelley. The little six months old child of S. P. Emmous is seriously af flicted with erysipelas of the head and face. , Mrs. William Groves, of Prairie View vicinity, after a long illness, died last Friday. The interment was in the Mexico cemetery. ' James Riffle, formerly in the jewelry business in this county,, located at Laddonia, died at Barry, 111., a few days ago. Henry Plate, five miles north west of Mexico, after an illness of nearly a year, died last Monday. He was about 60 years of age.. He leaves eight children. Rev. John Anderson preached the funeral Tuesday. , , Chas. E. Sellers of near Centra lis has us push up the date for his...

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

THE AAIDsf AVAIDEN liAINE Sequel to The Bow of Oranje Ribbon." ' A LOVE STORY BY (Coprriibt 1T00, CHAPTER I. The Home of Cornelia Moran. Never, In all Its history, was the proud and opulent city of New York more glad and gay than In the bright spring days of Eeventeen-Hundred-and Ninety-One. It had put out of eight every trace of British rule and occupancy, all Its homes bad been re stored and re-furnished, and Its sacred places re-consecrated and adorned. The skies of Italy were not bluer than the skies above It; the sunshine of .Arcadia not brighter or more genial. These gracious days of Seventeen-Hundred-and-Nlnety-One were also the early days of the French revolu tion, and fugitives from the French court princes and nobles, statesmen mod generals, sufficient for a new Iliad, loitered about the pleasant places of Broadway and Wall street. Broad street, and Maiden Lane. They were received with courtesy, and even with hospitality, although America at that Iate almost universally sy...

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