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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 April 1903

GO IIIEl pPIISH , ILLINOIS COPLE UNDERTOOK TO ACQUIRE MYSTERIOUS POW ER BY CORRESPONDENCE. "Woman Loses Her Reason Hop Hus , band Restored by Medical Atten tion, but 8he Will Be Sent to Asy lum Remarkable Story. Monmouth, 111.: Stranger than any tale ot fiction ia the story ot the hyp notizing of Mr. - and Mra. Marshall , Mink, residents of Warren County. Monday night the wlft sat under the care of county officers here, her large, luminous, eyes looking into space, "waiting for the morrow, when she will be taken to the Hospital for the In sane at Watertown. Her mind is shat tered and at intervals she raves on the fiery furnace and the devils who are shoving her into it. Then for a time she will quit, only to again break out into cries for her little children. For some time the husband and -wife have been taking a correspond ence course in hypnotism. Several ilessons were taken. Last Wednesday a lessons was received and both hus iband and wife spent considerable time on It. The wife ...

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. — 2 April 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered at the Postoflice at Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. APRIL 2, 1903 'Rah for Mexico and the new railroad into St. Louis. School elections take place all over the county next Tnesday. If Mexico gets u division out of this new railroad building, why, hurrah! Senator VV. J. Stone suss the Democratic party does not need reorganizing, but some men need reorganizing. Rural free mail delivery, school consolidation and the automobile are goiug to be mighty factors in the solution of the road question. Let Mexico and the country ad joining co-operate in road building and improvement. It is "getting along" just as we should.' No.'it'was the Message that "contended from the first" that that cut-oif railroad from Mexico to Old Monroe would be built. We told the public about it last week. We had more information but were told at that time "mum's the word." I. L. Page, secretary of the Missouri Democrati...

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. — 2 April 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY,. At'RIL ( 2, 1903 T"" uinnrurn inn uinnrmw y a iijui liuu Ativ iiAtruimu, , C. R. Gamble and wife will lo cate in the Indian Territory. . Clyde Gelvin is home from Mo bevly and is on the sick list. Riley Brown and family have moved to Fort Collins, Colorado. A new telephone line is being built from Lone Branch to Molino. Charles Winkler is at his home near Rnsh Hill from North Adams, Mass. . ? :.peuuis Mcllmeyer was adjuged insane this week and was taken to the asylum at Fulton. The little son of Etna Williams was dangerously injured Suuday by a wound in the knee caused by u rusty nail. Rev, H. E. Truex is being as sisted by Rev. J; H. Dew in a very interesting revival meetiug at the Baptist church in this city. Au old people's meeting was held at the Baptist church last Sunday afternoon. Over forty persons over sixty years old lined up about the pulpit. . J. P. Kelly fell from a C. & A. engine near Mexico a few months ago and was considerably injured and h...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 April 1903

THE AAID af AUIDEN liAINE Sequel to Tbo Bow of Orange Ribbon." A LOVE STORY BY (Copyright 1W, br CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) At this moment Mm. Hy1o entered the room, her fair fate alight with love. A servant carrying a tray full of good things to eat, followed her; and It was delightful to watch her eager happiness as ahe arranged meats, and sweetmeats, In tempting order for the hungry young man. Aa bo ate, he talked to his father, of those things Interesting to' him. Tray," asked Oen. Hyde, "what can you tell m about the seat of Kovornment? Will New York be chosen?" "Upon my word, air, the opinions -are endless In number and variety; but. In truth, there is to bo some sort f a rompromlse with the southern .'senators, who are promised the capl 'tal on the Potomac, Anally, if they no longer oppose the assumption' of the latato debts." "And Jorla. the Indies? What say they on the subject?" asked Mra Hydo. "Intlt'ed, mother, some of them are lamenting, and some looking forward to the cha...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 April 1903

DOAN'S DEAL GENTLY. Its the gentle and effective action of Doan's Kidney Pills In Kidney, Bladder, and Urinary troubles that make them famous, with Men, Women; and Children. Mt. Pi.xasaht, Omo. I received the ample of Doan's Kidney Pills, and never bad any medicine do me so much good in to little time. I had Congestion of the Kidneys and Bladder so severe it caused a pressure on the lung Ilka Asthma, but through the use of Doan's Pills I am free and easy now. Go. W. Smith, Veter inary Surgeon, P. O. Box 41, Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. Aged people" And Doan's Kidney Pills a great comfort for declining years. They cure incontinence . and urinary weakness peculiar to children. Batter. Sprihos, Kansas. I received the free sample of Doan's Kidney Pills. For five years I have had much pain in my . back, which physicians said arose from the kidneys. Four boxes of Doan's Pills hare .entirely cured the trouble. I think I owe my life to these pills, and I want others to know it. Sadie Davis, Baxter S...

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. — 2 April 1903

THE MESSAGE TIIUUSDAY, APRIL 2. 190,1 . - i Terms of Unhiicriplion: One year 1.00 Nix Months 50 Three Months 25 Message Readers. The following lire late new sub scrihors or renewals, to the MES SAGE; W. U KokeuriofiVr. Fred A. Schutte. Z. T. Durcli. Henry Kochs. John Hiigaii. J.J. Freds. L. W. M. Coy. Jesse iScobee. W. E. Ynnt. T. I). To well, li. C. Oilinour. 11. C. Finhci Mrs. L. M. Fisher. E. J. Slnrkey. I. l Dyer. Frank A. Eliret. E. L. Roger. Wallaee Deeiing. A Tribute to Sassafras. Sassafras, O Ha.safras, Thou art the stuff for me, And in the spring I like to bin;;, Sweet sassafras, of thee. The Pike county authorities have a rock pile at the county jail the prisoners are made to earn their daily bread. A good idea. The Commoner observes: Mr. McKinley charged in 18!il that Mr. Cleveland, during his first ad ministration, tried to "make mon ey scarcer and therefore dearer money the master and all things else the servant." If that terrible indictment wasHtrue then, it is true no...

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. — 9 April 1903

Me VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1903. NUMBER 23 biAlfc JtlolVuilAi. BuU M oum SSAGE. HAPPENED and. 5om too jorf Canity 1 . T. J. Bybee, uear Moliuo, had it horse fall dead iu the harness the other day. George Powell is back from Sla ter and will be employed at Ben tou City this summer. Kusn mil is wanting ueuer sidewalks and "a new railroad crossiug near the elevator." Brent Erisman of Benton City expects to go to southeastern Ar kansas and operate a sawmill. Wintie Ilalter and family of near Long Branch have rented a farm near Moliao aniliave moved thereon. Wm. and Fred Kemper, from Hot Springs, attended the funeral here last week. Some of the dogs in Molino vic inity have been compelled to give up their lives for indulging in killing sheep and hogs. W. II. Wallace has sold the lot, 60 x 114 feet, occupied by the old Haskell Bhops, on Jefferson and Liberty streets, to J. W. Fox for $3,500. Miss Emma Bonham's canary birds both died this winter. The...

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. — 9 April 1903

Mexico Missouri Message JOHN BEAL, Publish - MEXICO '. MISSOURI The late Baron Humbog left 115,00. And it wasn't stage money, either. The wife of Bishop Potter It a plumber. The Potters have a large fortune. Massachusetts Is trying to save the lobster. Meantime the Inland lolistor Is thriving. A Missouri man has Invented a trap to catch fleas. But he will have to show the dogs. Marconi's first wireless newspaper, printed at sea, was not a success. It bad no funny column. For the nine millionth, time a report that Mrs. Maybrlck Is to be released lias been officially denied. An Ithaca, N. Y., man has swallowed a physician's thermometer, and now his temperature haB gone down. France needs more money, accord ing to a Paris correspondent. Most of us can sympathize with France. Shamrock III Is pronounced the "most promising" one yet. Another breach of promise in prospect, prob ably. There are cynics who declare that the good woman is even as the evil, but such peoplo are only fit to be so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 April 1903

I JUDGE ADAMS, DISMI8SES 8UIT3 BA8ED ON "CONTINUOUS PIT QUOTATIONS" SERVICE. . 8aya It Is "Mer Gambling" Cases Against Donovan and Cells Commls alon Companies Thrown Outr-"Fu- . ture" Transactions Scored. St. Louis: Suit filed against the Donovan Commission Company and the Cella Commission Company, both f St. Louts, by the Chicago Board of Trade, to restrain the defendants from using the "continuous" quotations of the petitioner1, were dismissed by Judge Elmer B. Adams, sitting In the United States Circuit Court, Monday morning. In hli opinion Judge Adams charac terized the transactions as "mere gam bling," and held that, as they did not promote legitimate commerce or In any other way benefit the public, the property claimed by the petitioner was not a species which appeals to a court .of conscience for protection. The opinion. In part, follows: "After careful examination of the .proof. It is found that the continuous quotations la question result largely from wagering on the future...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 April 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Bcal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at th Postoflice at Mexico, Mo., s uncond-olass matter. THURSDAY. APRIL 9, 1903 Let's Do. Mexico i waiting for a railroad, or "something to turn np," that she may become a city. The trouble is we do too much wait ing. Let's lime the railroads if we can, but let's let loose our purse strings and pull a little ourselves. There is nothing impossible if there is the proper determination. Mexico ought to look more to her natural resources, and that is our i;rass, grain, stock and poultry business. Would you be shocked if we should say we should have a packing plant heref The sur rounding country adjoining Mex ico is just as big to us as to King Swift. We are right here aud can go elsewhere to sell. Jersey ville, 111., has such a plant, and it is the making of the country udjoiniug. Armour is putting a million dollars in a packing plant at Sioux City, la. It willl have in its employ 2,000 men aud will have a k...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 April 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1903 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Mrs. M. L. Taylor is still very low. ' . Born, to the wife of Dr. W. L. Reed, a sou. Solomon Fox is the house-mover for Rush Hill and vicinity. ' S. D. Stocks of Sullivan, III., lias moved to this city to reside. Brent Erisman, of near Benton City, has moved to Wilmot, Ar i aUIJSUS. Champ Clark thinks the main is sues before the country next year will be tariff revision, the trusts, onnrmmtr in rmKtin ornonriifnvDa and the final disposition of the PhiliDoine Islands. R. II. Wright, of this city, who It a a MriA . rrt i ni n i ti f atoof a rnat Rampart, Alaska, has given up re turning to that country this spring on account of business interests at home. Ha will send a man in his place. . Mrs. D. S. Smith was elected president for the ensuing year of the Foreign Missionary Society of the Hannibal district of the M. E. church. which held its annual con ference in Mexico last Saturday and Sunday The County Board of Equaliza tio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 April 1903

THE MAID af MAIDEN llANE ' Sequel to " Th Bow of Orange Ribbon." A LOVE STORY BY (Coprrifht, WO. by CHAPTER IV (Continued.) "My dear, dear grandfather, yoa carry wisdom with, you! Oh, wine, wise grandfather! You have made ma happy to a degree!" "Very well, but Bay not that I gave you such counsel. When your father speaks to me, as he la certain to do, then I will say such and such words to him; but my words In your mouth will be a great offence, and very Justly so, for It Is hard to carry words, and carry nothing else. Your dear mother how Is she?" "Well and happy. But my father Is not so hsppy. I can see that he Is -wearied of everything." "Not here, Is his heart. It Is In England. If of Liberty I now speak to him, he has a smile so hopeless that both sad and angry It makes me. No faith has he left In any man. ex cept Washington; and I think, also, he Is dltappolnted that Washington was not crowned King George the First." At this point in the conversation Van Heeraskirk was called ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 April 1903

"Kidney Colds' Nothing will "lay you up," "play you out," "put you to bed" , quicker than a kidney cold. Thousand! feel the first ef- r- fect of colds lit 'the kidneys; back ache, rheumat lo pains, urinary disor ders, retention of the urine, Infrequent and too frequent urinary discharges tell of kidneys out of order. Doan's Kidney Pills cure all Kidney Ills from common backache to danger ous diabetes. ' A.' T. Ritenour. owner of the wood yard at 125 East Cork street, Winches ter, Va., says: "Ever since I had la grippe I have been a sufferer from kidney troubles, which made them selves apparent In racking pains through the region of the kidneys and across the small of my back. The pains were always severe, and some times so sharp and biting that they compelled me to take to my bed. The kidney secretions furnished - further evidence of disorders. Tbcy were off color, Irregular, and painful of pas sage. Added to this there was an an noying weakness. "The newspaper advertisements of Doa...

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. — 9 April 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 9. 1903 . ' . 1 .'. . . '. . - !J .Ttnns of ttubiicription: One year H.00 SU Months M Three Months 25 BIG FIRE. Fourteen Head of Stock De stroyedA Heavy Loss. We clip tile following item from tin' Fulton Daily Sun: A serious eonflujjrutiou, in which property to the amount of approximately $1,000, occurred on. the furm f Mrs. R. A. Hamilton, it wiilowed lady, living live miles east Auxvasse, ht 2 o'clock Thursday uniriiing. The fire origi nated in the commodious barn, which contained one jack, two jen nets, two niulcH and nine head of horses, 1.000 bushels of corn, liny and other feed, all of which was completely wiped out of existence by the destroying element. Mrs. Hamilton first discovered the lire, the light upon the win dow of her room having awak ened her from her slumbers. She immediately aroused the household and her sons, George and Guy, hastened to the scene, but the (lames were too far advanced to be subdued by the means at hand, or even to admi...

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. — 16 April 1903

Messag EXIC'O VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1903. NUMBER 24 M Missouri TO ,rTJtf IV w TV1 W AWtt tj oj w-v " .v v v TT t t Tr ttw ww u - w w w w WU, t W PRICED LANDS m KAWSAS--A PARTIAL LIST. I We have thousands of acres of good Kansas land to sell. We represent all parts of the State and can quote you prices from $125 per acre $ in the great Kaw Valley to $1.25 per acre in the extreme southwest corner of the State. Land in northeast Kansas, the Corn Belt, is worth from $50 to $100 per acre. In the central part of the State, the great wheat and alfalfa belt, it is worth from $20 to $50 per acre. In the wes- ti tern part, the great cattle country, that produces millions of bushels of wheat, rye and barley and millions of tons of feed crops like sorghum, L Kaffir corn, millet and alfalfa,we can sell you land at $1.25 to $10 per acre.according to quality and location. Kansas offers better returns on land investment to-day than any other State. We give...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 April 1903

Mexico Missouri Message JOHN DEAL, Publisher." MEXICO MISSOURI Th tcct-rlch-qu.'ck managers did so, They also got away quick. Basket ball to becoming as much of a menace to life and limb as football. The czar's decree gratifies Russia almost as much as a son would gratify lie czar. Tbe proof of the pudding Is not so much In the eating as in what happens after you've eaten It. Announcement Is made that King Edward has been married forty years an unusually long reign. Grip has attacked members of the Supreme court Is there no way of punishing the germ for contempt? Tbe original of the character of "Uncle Tom" is dead, but none of the Cabin companies has been called in. If the allied unworn nhlorr In th use of the English language by The Hague tribunal, why not use Aruerl can? Surprise is expressed because the sale of Zola's furniture and curios brought only $30,000. Yet $30,000 is a tidy sum. Mrs. Burdick may have been indis creet, but she has her good points, too. She doesn't exhibit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 April 1903

iiRaao;i SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINE'S EL RIO CRASHES INTO THE MAR GARET L. WARD. Vessel It Cut In Twain Two Children of Captain McKown and One 8a man Are Lost Mother 8aved but Prostrated With Grief. Galveston, Tex.: The schooner Mar garet L. Ward was rammed and sunk by the Southern Paclflo steamer El Rio 28 miles east of the Galveston bar Monday. Two children of Captain McKown of the schooner were lost and one seaman of the same vessel. ' According to Captain McKown, all his lights were burning brightly and every possible signal made to avert the collision, but the big steamer bore straight down upon the doomed vessel, cutting her in two and sending her to the bottom immediately. From accounts' of the collision given by the engineer, Clark, and chief mate, B. J. Ingalls, it was about thirty sec onds from the time of the collision until the Ward sunk. The captain had his family on board. They were asleep In the cabin." The mate saw the steamer and started to ring the bells. The whole crew...

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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. — 16 April 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered nt' the 1'ostoftlcA at Mexico, Mo., o socond-clnss matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1003 No ono is go badly off for phy sical exercise that we need playing baseball on Sunday 1). R. Francis says he is not a candidate for President. Dave U smart enough to see which way the wind is blowing. Mayor E. E. Jones thinks the six mile road law of but very little benefit, to Mexico and recommends that the question he ngniu sub mitted to the voters. If the Alton and liurlingtou railroads want ground for a new Union station in this city. Mexico will donate it cheerfully and free ly, without asking one red cent in return. j The city debt of Mexico was grcDtly reduced during the past year, lint for tlie duel oil account of that six mile road hv tho en tire debt could bo wipe out at once. The wild eyed Uryan uuarchists fared all right iu the big cities' iu the elections last week, thank you. Doss Ilanna's home town, Cleve l...

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. — 16 April 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1903 2 happened and happening. Prank Squires will open a cigar factory iu Mexico. Robt. W. Kemp is now on the night police force. There was a partial eclipse of the moon last Saturday night. II. C. Shepherd and family have moved to this city from Pike county. It is snid that the contraat beeu let for the ties aud rails the new cut-off railroad from city to Old Monroe aud to Louis. has for this St. E. S. Wilson, of this city, industrial ageut of the Chicago & Alton railroad, has charge of the preliminary arrangements for a depot, roundhouse aud yards for the uew cut off railroad from Mex ico to St. Louis. The St. Louis Court of Appeals has reversed the judgment in the cuse of James Portucheck against the Wabash railroad which was tried last September in the Au drain Circuit Court in which the plaintiff was given $306. Alf Moore, on east Promenade street, has been greatly afflicted of late mouths. lie has had his right thigh lanced three times on ac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 April 1903

THE AAIDsf AAIDEN liAINE Sequel Co The Bow of Orange Ribbon." A LOVE STORY BY (Coprrifht 1400, Vr CHAPTER V. (Continued.) After he had gono, Mrs. Adams pro- nosed a walk In tbe lovely garden and Hyde hoped then to obtain a few words with her. Dut Mrs. Smith ac oompanled them, and Hyde found no opportunity to get a word In on ma own affair, and then, suddenly, as they turned Into the main avenue, Doctor Moran and Cornelia aopeared. Quito as suddenly, Mrs. Adams -divined tho motive of Hyde's early visit; she opened her eyes wide, and looked at him with a comprehension mo clear and real that Hyde was com pelled to answer and acknowledge her suspicion by a look and move ment quite as unequivocal. Yet this Instantaneous understanding contain ed neither promise nor sympathy and be could not tell whether be had gain ed a friend or simply made a con fession. Doctor Moran was evidently both astonished and annoyed. He stepped out of his carriage and Joined Mrs. Adams, but kept Cornelia by bis...

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