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

It, J i I 1 business Chances. , "The M. K. & T. By. has a well-estab-. .bed Industrial Department, aiding , the selection of sites and location ; (r Industries of all kinds along Its ; nes. Write If you are interested. We ,lll send book, "Business Chances," j, and any other information wanted. Ad- dress James Barker, Oen'l Pass Agent, M. K. A T. Ry., 204 Walnwrlght Bldg., Bt Louis. , Doctor "Have you ' heard of Mr. Blank'i death?" Friend "No. Are , you sure he's dead?" Doctor "Posi tive. I treated him myself." , UTS Tan mmVf f-awl. ffoMoriMmniMMtnv first Bay's e of Dr. Kiln Ureet Nr. lUMntr. m for PURR g.OO trial bottle aad tread.. tw. a. h. iuui. tM.. mi ik it.. rkiiMukiA. r "That sermon did me a lot of good." m glad to hear it, young man. "Tea; been up every night for a week." To the houRowife who has not yet come acquainted with the new things 1 everyday use In the market and who s reasonably satisfied with the old, Swe. would suggest that a trial of De milance Cold Water Sta...

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. — 12 March 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1903 i . a Terms of Mubxcription: Ono your. tt.oo SI Month SO Throe Month 28 The police of Rich Hill, after careful study in a somewhat limit ed field, have formulated a unique classification of crime. The drag net was out oue Saturday night recently, and the "catch" was as follows: Ono druuk, with an ag ly looking gun; oue drunk and disorderly, and oue just "plain" drunk. From Chicago comes the news that an endeavor is about to he made to unite Hiid organize the farmers of the United States into oue gigan tic Fanner's Union. Thruout Ill inois Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska the preliminary work of organization has commenced. If the American farmers were unit ed in a body, as all the mechanics in the several trades are united, they could break up all the produce exchanges, fix the price of farm products to suit themselves ,leud one another money at a low rate of interest, elect public officers who would take special care of th e agricultural int...

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. — 19 March 1903

M.i.Ul at. , r SOURI Messag VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 19,1903. NUMBER 20 Mexico' Mis HAPPENED and J Som. Loaal and County Molino hns an osteopath doc tor F. P. Woods. Judge S. E. Kendall has bought a neat home in Mexico. James Daily and family-, of Row emi, will move to Columbia, The animal conference of theM. E. is in session at Carrolltou this week. ' Charles Luckie, of this city, has position as traveling salesman for the American Tobacco Co. .' Rev. A. W. Kokendoffer of this city is assisting in a revival meet ing at the Christian church in Ful ton. Mrs. Sue Buckner, of this city, has been re-appoiuted matron of the hospital for the insane at Ful ton. W. T. Arnall, of Bean Creek, has rented the J. N. Beam farm for the ensuing year, paying ODe third of the crop. Heury Hesterburg, of Beau Creek', is reported as still iu poor health. Frank Elliott will help him raise a crop this season. The Burlington and C. & A. railroads seem to be trying to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 March 1903

I r it 4 J, II . I I f Mexico Missouri Message JOHN DEAL, Publisher. MEX-ICO .. MISSOURI Wanted A new popular ong. An the old one are worn out. 1 yon wish to put tbe germs out of buRlneoB, don't boil them; Jar them. It seems ambassadors are Just as liable to lose their Jobs as other folks are. Mr. Carnegie would like to be a father to any deserving nation that is iu trouble. It Is to be remembered that when Turkey engages in a "holy war" It Is a holy terror. Gen. Uribe-Urlbe, having lost his hyphen. Is reported to have blown away the rest of himself. The powers are very powerful, of course, but the sick man of Europe is a curiously uncertain patient. When the tide ebbs these days Ven ice goes dry. The Adriatic may have begun to weary of Its ancient bride. One trouble with molasses as a food for horses is that it would certainly make them slow up in cold weather. Astronomer Young says a race of eome sort Inhabits the sun. Old Sol ought to be able to "put up a not race." In connection...

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

PUSH B IGJBL ju TWENTY PROMINENT MEN ARE NAMED A3 COMMITTEE TO PROMOTE SCHEME. Would Canalize Continent Ethan Al len Estimate Coat at Ten Billion , Dollar 100,000,000 Hore Power Can Be Generated. New York: Two core of men prom inent In affairs of this city and nation were Friday appointed a committee to fall an International convention, in cluding all the people of North Amer ica, for the formulation of plana for a huge continental system of canals for purposes of navigation and the recla mation of desert regions. It is pro posed to organize a continental asso ciation "to promote the construction of a ' continental system of deep water ways and the canalization of the riv ers of the continent which discharge their , waters into the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans or the Oulf of Mexico, and the creation of a continental sys tem of water powers for use In produc tion and distribution, and reservoirs for the irrigation of the arid and ara ble lands of the continent." The men designated to ...

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. — 19 March 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bcal, Editor and Proprietor. Entorod lit the Poto(Ilce at Mexico, Mo., a ncond-claHi matUT. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 190Ii A Word of Admonition. Words fitly spoken Hre like ap ples of gold in pictures of silver. May the Mkssage be that wine in the ntteinnees which follow and in a word or two of admonition which we may offer. A short time since a couple of references appeared in these col minis relative to the feeling among neighbor at Hanta' Fc. From what we consider ns reliable infor mation there hopui two views of the nitii'ttion. First, if a man docs wrong he ought to change and do right, whether asked by a committee or following the callings of that small voice within, the con science. Then if there is a turn ing, those who asked that favor of him should stand by him being careful themselves to set every good example. But all fall short of the highest duty. We can see the mote in our brother's eye but we fail utterly to see the beam in our o...

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

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1903 U HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. 5 Mrs. Martha Collins very ill. , . remains ,V. E. Crockett is now with the Ligett & Meyers Tobacco Co. of Louis. The Christian church Workers of this city will give a play April 21st entitled "Bibi." A scrap or two among the "nig gere" clown in the neighborhood of Flat Rock. Beer was one of the principal inspirations. E. II. Shadwell, who has been teaching school in the neighbor hood south of Benton City, is in St. Louis for a part of his vaca tion. Mr. and Mrs. J. ' It. Snook and Mrs. C. M. Skelly have the earn est thanks of the Message for new favors. Thauk you, good friends, thank you. The city marshal at Glasgow and a youug farmer named Sartiu had a street duel with revolvers last Saturday. Both men were se verely wounded. The following marriage licenses were issued this week: C. E. Leep er aud Miss Gertrude Tanner of Mtilino; J. M. Dye and Miss Sue Farthing of Vandalia. Mr. G. W. Kokendoffer, who spent the wint...

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

THE AAID sf MAIDEN LANE Sequel to The Bow of Orange Ribbon." A LOVE STORY BY AMELIA E. BARR (CopTriiH 1900, by Amelia B. Urr CHAPTER II. (Continued.) About six o'clock Arenta Van Arlons made a personal response to her friend's message. She was all ex citement and expectation. Who do you think called on me this after noon. No less a person than Madame Klppon. Gertrude KIppon Is going to be married. She Is going to marry a French count! And madams Is be side herself with the great alliance." "Our drawing-rooms, and even our streets, are full of titles," said Cor nelia; "I think It Is a distincUon to Je plain master and mistress." "That Is the truth; even this hand some dandy, Jorls Hyde, is a lleuten--ant" "He was in the field two years. He told me so tills afternoon. I dare say, he has earned his title, even if he .is a lieutenant." "Don't be so highty-tighty, Cor nelia. I have no objection to military titles. In fact, I rather lean to of ficial titles of every kind." Then Arenta, ha...

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

: THE TEST I ?i Vast Number of KMney Suffering 1 tav but tor tha Free Trlnl ttiov ! Golden Merit at your Command to J p Coltobcs Crrr, IaT, Fob. 10, 1003. I . ,ceircd the sample package of Doan's (- .ildney Pillg and took them according to directions. They did me to much good, A' J I procured a 60-ccnt box at the drug a tore J and have been greatly benefited. ' I had tne backache 10 bad I could hardly -walk ; also had urinary troubles, that caused me to get up two and three times of a night. I am all right now. .Long may Doan's Pills prosper. Tours truly, A. C. Sipb. Severe and long standing cases should takejtdvantage of free Medical Advice. . Gbakd'IUpids, Mich., Feb! 17, 1903. I received the trial package of Doan's Kid ey Tills promptly and can truly say they Are all and even more than recommended. , h suffered continually with a severe pain jia the back, which the pills entirely over came, and I am able to work, which would ' not 1 have 1 been poesiblo but for Doan's I Kidney Pi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 March 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1903 . ...... -. .! I Terms of Subscription: oho year. U.oo Six Month..... SO Tlirro Months 25 Florence Nightingale. HV r.MZ.hni DAVIS KIKUlER. Id liite year we Iiuvp become bo iHTiisiniiH'd to lurjje tfi'ta ' and (jn-at saci-ilices that .they attract but little iiutiot;. Clara Barton uixl licr. Weil Cross work, donconess orders, anil trained nurses have heeome u part of our advanced civilization. We accept them as a mutter of course; but eighty years ago when Florence Xightin ;i!c was born, it was not so. Her father, William Shore Nightingale, possessed both wealth and social rank, and tin' child Florence had before her the Name pleasures, the same career, as any other En glish girl. If poverty is a bar to high social purposes and noble acliievments, even more is wealth. The temptations of a life of ease anil pleasure are usually stronger than those ambitions which must be gratified bj labor and sacrifice. The childhood of Florence Night ingale was s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 March 1903

PT.TTI ni.STOTiTCAL S .0 Mexic QE VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1903. NUMBER 21 Missouri M V HAPPENED anV HAPPENING. vy , . : - a loin Looal and County Now$ In Ptllol Form 1' Rev. Bealeof Kansas City is to be the uew pastor of Bethel church near Mollno. The Dye school, south, of Wor cester, closed last Friday. Miss Nellie Shell was the teacher. T. D. Powell, late of Benton City but now of Iluzeu, Ark., or ders the Message to his address. Wm. C hildora of Benton City wh0 8ettled iu ' Montana about a year since is back iu old Audrain to stay- Will Frankliu of Laddonia has located at Fresno, California. Wish hiin good health and much prosperity out there. Will Lake, late of this county, who bought a farm near Perry.has leased the farm out and has moved his family into Perry. 'Miss Alberta' Kenneu. of this city is teaching three music classes; one in Mexico, one at Laddonia and auother at Farber. . ' ' Harvey Emmous, sou of S. P, Emmons, of this city, ...

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

Mexico Missouri Message JOHN BEAIj, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI Of conns the world owes yon a Ifv ln, but jrou must be your own bill collector. The man who attends to Mr. Schwab's poor health must be taking a Tacatlon. Nations In need of an experienced arbitrator would do well to consider Ban Johnson. The surest way to prevent your clothes being destroyed by moths Is to have only one suit Sir Thomas Is planning to launch the Shamrock the first week in April not the first day, we trust. What the president needs Is a sec retary that can hang pictures In a way that will suit everybody. Carnegie needn't worry. Venezuela refused to take his money; but Vene zuela lan't the beginning and the end. Marriage licenses have fallen off 2. 000 In Philadelphia. Is It posBible that Cupid has also gone to sleep In that cltyt A locomotive struck a thousand dol lar dog In Pennsylvania the other day and marked him down to leas than 30 cents. Most of these people who Invest In get-rlch-qulck schemes woul...

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

mviv EG II iUiiii CHARLES ALBERTS IS UNDER AR , RE8T PENDING AN IN. ( VE3TIGATION. He Denies that They Quarreled Po- lice Are Not Satlafied With Alberta' ! Version Past History of Alberts and His Wife. I, 1 St. Louts: As the result of a quar. rel between husband and wife, Martha Alberta la dead from burns and suffo cation, and Charles Alberta Is a prisoner at the Fourth district police station. j M 7:30 o'clock Monday evening a ""still" Are alarm wad turned In from 11207 North Twelfth street. When the flrpmpn rrlv1 atnnke wu oourlnff "from the front windows of the dilapi dated two-story frame building;. The house was occupied by several 'families, and they were all shouting that a woman was in the room where the Are had started. Firemen Theo dore Wolf and John Mueller entered the room and found a woman lying on the floor. They carried her to the rear of the second floor and tried to resuscitate 'her.. Dr. I. J. Harris was called, but when he arrived the woman was al most dead, and n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 March 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bcal, Editor and Proprietor. Entrfrod at the Postofllce at Mexico, Mo., a second-class matter. THURSDAY. MARCH 2G. 1903 "The Poem of Life." The Message will begin an in teresting publication next week. It will appear in chapters and will extend over a nnmber of months aud later may be brought out in book form. The publication will be a story of biography and history, includ ing prominent people of Audrain, Bouue and Callaway counties, also a detective story running thru the ' war every statement a fact. Thrilling events will be related, while pathos and .poetry will em bellish in other quarters, enter taining and instructing the .reader as he follows thru the story. The author is a prominent Au drain gentleman, a scholar and educator, who has had the work iu preparation for years. This publication thould interest every citizen of Audrain and real ly every county in the State. You will want to read the "Poem of Life." Subscribe for the Messa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 March 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MARCH '26, 1903 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. U Mrs. Mattie Collins very ill. remains Chillicothe has passed an nnti spit ordinance. - Capt. L. C. Mitchell remains a very sick man. Rev. E. T. Drake of Fulton preached at Prairie View last Sun day. . T. J. Williams has bought the Luke Morris property in this city, paying $2,000. -. Rev. M. A: Hart of Fulton filled Rev.- Kokendoffer's pulpit in this city last Sunday morning and night. ' . . ':.-jtj., ; . - Clay Bruce and family left a few days ago ' for ; .Greenridge, Mo., near where Mr. Bruce purchased a new farm. The Chicago & Alton railroad in a short time, issues a new time card. It is thought No. 11 west bound passenger train will arrive earlier in the day. . The City Council has put an or dinance on passage imposing a fine of from $1 to $100 on any person accepting a bribe or compensation for absenting himself to avoid wit ness duty in the police court. ' There was a heavy fall of snow at -at Kansas City, St. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 March 1903

I THE MAID af Sequel to The Bow A LOVE STORY BY Copyrlht, 1400. bf CHAMPTER III. (Continued.) A short time After Cornelia came , tiome, Doctor Moran returned from III rrofenslonal visits. Nature had left the impress of her nobility on his finely formed forehead; nothing but truth and kindness looked from bis candid eyes. On entering the room, he drew his wife close to his heart And kissed her affectionately. . "I have had a morning full of feel ing. There is no familiarity with Death, however often you meet him." "And you have met Death this morning, I see that, John?" "You are right, Ava. I must now toll you that Elder Semple died this morning." "The dear old man! He has been i sick and sorrowful ever since his wife -died. Were any of his sons present?" "None of them. The two eldest have been long away. Nell was obliged to leave New York when the .Act forbidding Tory lawyers to prac tice was passed. Dut he was not quite lone, his old friend Joris Van Heemsklrk was with him to the l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 March 1903

ALL TIRED OUT. Too weary, worn-out, all ured feelings . come to every body who taxes the kidney. When the kid neys are over worked they, fall ' to perform the duties nature has provided for them to do. When the kid neys fall, danger ous disease quick ly follows; - urln- . ary disorders, diabetes, dropsy, rbeo- matlBra, Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney and bladder Ills. Read the following ' case: Veteran Joshua Heller of 706 South Walnut street, Urbana, III., says: "In the fall of 1899 after getting Doan's Kidney Pills at Cunningham Bros.' drug store In Champaign and taking a course of treatment I told the readers of the paper that they had relieved me of kidney , trouble, disposed of a lame back with pain across my loins and beneath the shouldor blades. Dur ing the Interval which had elapsed I have had occasion to report to Doan's Kidney Pills when I noticed warnings of attack. On each and every occa sion the results obtained were just as satisfactory as when th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 March 1903

THE MESSAGE TJiriiSDAY, MARCH 26, 1903 TvriH of Unharription: v y.-ar fl.UI Niv Mouths v......vi ThriT- m mills. . . FINtiD $5000. Supomc Court Gets After Tliut beef Trust. i-uti City, Mo., March 20. 1'!,!' Mi.-Nsniiri .Ssijtrpim; Court t - 1 .- found five of the . lurent I" '.'i ;.::c!iiff ccnipniiii's in the -r, 1 zuiU v Hi muiutniiiing an !;,!:.v.fi.l coiiiiiiuutiou to control i .. in tin- State of Mis- i si Hi 1 i-...iiil ait (Tiler of ouster !!!.. Hum 1'r.ui, Joint? lmsi in in I Lis st.-i t it ud to piiy ;i lint1 ot "7,o:r: I'Hi-ii iiii'l liciir the. costs m!' t!.c pi-nrf, 'dins. Tin1 coiiiini ui.:.M" ,i!l.wd tliirly Jays " in ulii 'li :i p.-iy tin; line imposed and i: (i:!: .!: (!i;it tim' they accept the .i i i . , i - ;il and pay the fine the oils mI:! Ik iield in ;: Iieyaneu and li " i ' :i:;..i:i"s permitted to contin ue oiii hiisine;:.-; in .Missouri. The opinion in the lieef-Trtist i ;i.-' s was wiilten by Judge W. C. Marshall and concurred in by each of the six other Ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 April 1903

MExic'6 Missouri f7 Tr VOLUME IV. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1903. NUMBER 22 2 . 4 :.- . '. 7 - I,: V HAPPENED and HAPPENING., a Stmt Itttl amd Ctwmty W. Talley, of.. Worcester, uow gets bis Message at Laddo nia, F. It. D. No. 2. J. M. Jones,- in Bean . Creek neighborhood, has sold his farm and moved onto a place near Ben ton City. S. B. Coons orders his Mes sage Bent to him at Laddonia, F. R. D. No. 1, instead of Hntchison as formerly, . 1 J. D. Pratt of this city has in vented a road drag and it is beiug . given a thoro trial on our streets. It seems to be " the thiug." The creditors of J. M. Beagles of this 'city have been notified that on the 18th of this mouth Mr. Beagles'was adjudicated bankrupt. Miss Lena Gass, daughter of A. G. Gass, West of Mexico, will take a three years of training as a nurse in the Baptist Sanitarium in St. Louib. '. It is planned by the C: & A. to -distribute ' a large quantity ' of crushed stone between Mexico and 1 Ryder ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 April 1903

Mexico Missouri Message JOHN DEAL, Publisher. ' MKX-ICO MISSOURI la Mississippi anything progressive U a crime, even progressive euchre. To avoid the grave robbers drink boiled water and get vaccinated. Balfour fcaa a majority back of him that seems to authorise bin to do thing!. Really the Irish question baa be come so tame that Mr. Balfour Is not afraid to pet It Lady Gordon is properly shut out from court. The kins; of England must not be contaminated. Mr. Corbett Is evldenly extremely anxious to be the first one to profit by Mr. Jeffries' falling health. At the Marquand sale a peach blow vase fetched (3,200. A vase that will bring that much must be a peach. Red hair, it is said, denotes purity of thought and intensity of feeling. What does the white horse indicate? For those Chicago old maids to admit married life is the happiest la like a teetotaler describing the taste of rum. Too late Dr. Gatllng invented both a death-dealing gun and an automatic plough. But he never beat one...

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