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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 16 April 1903

CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE. Dotn't Kidney Pills hswe leaped Into Pubtlo fsror because tb people tin write direct lo the maker end secure trial free. Tbue bee been bullded tne greatest Umt and largest sale known to any Kidney medicine la the world. Ctoticf. O. I had surh severe rln In m back that 1 could not walk. I uaed tbe (am ple of Doan'a Kidney Pills with sncb (food re sults I acnt to Toledo for another box. and they cured me. Sarah E. Cottbiix, Cur tice, O. Falmouth. Va. I suffered over twelve month with pain la tbe am all of my back. Medicines and planters pave only temporary relief. Doan's Kidney Fills cured me. F. 8. Bbowh, Falmouth, Va. West Have, Cokh. Elpbt months (to I took a severe pain In my back. The sample box of Doan'a Kidney Pills helped me so much I purchased) two boxes ; sm on my sec ond box. My heart does not bother me ss it used to and I feel well. Sarah E. Bradlxt, No. 877 Elm Street, West Uavon, Conn. Hocstos, Tex. I took the sample of Doan's Kidney Pills with such ...

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. — 16 April 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1903 Terms of Subscription: One year tl.03 Six Months W Three Month 25 MY SKIES ARC SELDOM GRAY. I've had my share Of cat-king core, Of fickle Fortunes frowns; I've braved and borne Tlie cold world's scorn And had my tips and downs, Vet I mn still A ditty trill Or sing a roundelay; For though I hold Xo lands nor gold, My skies are seldom gray ! The stress and strife Of toilsome life Have taught me one glad truth, Not he who must Crawls in the dust. Hut he who will forsooth! And so I sing My song, and fling My load of care away: For though I hold No lands nor gold My skits are seldom gray! I would not give A fig to live Divorced from fret ami moil; The bred I eat Is rendered sweet Because of my daily toil. And so I still A ditty trill A blithsome roundelay; For though I hold No lauds nor gold My skies are seldom gray! James Ball Taylor, in Na tional Magaziue. ' Both Middletowu and New Flor ence have organized cemetery as sociations; as to Middletown, t...

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. — 23 April 1903

mtr. HTSTOMCAL : Me Miss Mess XICO OUR! AGE VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1903. NUMBER 25 y HAPPENED and V Kj 11 J. Lteal aad Caaaty . V. V. Bates of Santa Fe is as sistant cashier in the Farber bank. A Vandalia man has a very bad case of a new disease: brakfast fooditis. Ten bright boys and girls iu the Farber public schools are to con test for a gold medal April 29. - Clyde Cullers of Mexico is a stu dent in the Wabash depot at Thompson, learning telegraphy. Charlie Robinson, out on Bean Creek, "downs" auybody we have heard of; be had four acres of corn planted first part of last week. Mrs. II. K. Hinde and Mrs. A. , K. Lnckie of this city attended the Woman's Foreign Missionary con vention held in Fayette last week. Rev. F. L. Rogers has been called for another year to the pas torate of the Farber' Baptist church. This is Bro. Rogers' third year with that church. Mexico's new Methodist church is to be dedicated May 17th. Rev. W. A. Hanna, the pa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 April 1903

f.lcxico Missouri Message JOHN HEAL, Publisher. MEXICO ... MISSOURI To appreciate a good woman, know a tew bad ones. Nothing short of a revolution will Jar Caatro loose now. They ought to pass an anti-smoke ordinance on St Vincent Island. If the scarcity of food keep on In Venezuela, they will soon hare to eat Caracas. The longer Adellna Patti lives the older grows the joke about her notes feeing good for the cash. A man who writes a good thing can try.'t In dialect and slang later on and mala two extra strikes with It King Edward Is accused of parsi mony. With such an Income as he has now he ca afford to be parsimonious. If every man's mind was geared to work a UtUe faster than his tongue aany rash things would be left un said. Buffalo Hawkshaws claim that any way they are "doing the best the) ran." Precisely. That's the worst of it A Michigan man came to life the other day In his coffin. He should keep the coffin. He may need it again. Editor Stead never tires of holding this mad ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 April 1903

8 dead in nra FLAMES FOLLOW CRASH OF FAST PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN8. Bodies Made Unrecognizable Double Header Divided While Trying to Make Siding and Warning Is Belated Eight Persona Dead. Jamestown, N. T.: Eight persona are dead and ten Injured, three of them 'seriously, as the result of a col lision between a paasacfer train and a freight train on the Erie railroad at an early hour Monday, near Red House, N. Y. vOt the dead, only one, Robert N. iiotchklss, of Meadvllle, a brakeman, has been identified. Seven bodies, ap parently those of three men, three -women and a child, were burned be yond recognition In the fierce fire which followed the wreck. The wom en are said to have boarded the train at Youngstown, and to have come from Pittsburg. R. S. McCready, a mall weigher of Meadvllle, Pa., and Frank Barhlte of Jamestown, a traveling salesman, are missing, and It Is likely two of the un identified bodies are those of the two men. The injured: H. Pulslfer, New .York city, badly b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 April 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at th Pontofnce at Mexico, Mo., as second-class mutter. ' THURSDAY. APRIL 23, 1903 Republicans as well as Demo crats have been caught iu the drag net spt for legislative boodlers. Let no guilty man escape, no dif ference where his standing or who he is. Somebody is writing about the merging of the churches when there will be one big church and but one creed but he puts it off a hundred yenrs. To the discredit of Christianity it is a little slow in catching onto some things. Hon. W. S. Hathaway is the president ot Mexico's new com mercial club. The honor fell up on worthy shoulders; he is a thoro business man and no one is more desirous to see Mexico's interests built up as they should be. Help Hathaway get this city to the front. Here is an observation by the Louisiaua Press: . There is no doubt that there is something very striking about this republican prosperity. At least the workings men have to stri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 April 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1903 i HAPPENED ASD HAPPENING. The Martiusburg schools close to-morrow. The Chicago & Alton railroad has issued a new time card. A. M. Trimble has borght the Leslie Hartley place in west Mex ico. ' N. E.. Hodge is the new road overseer down in Worcester dis trict. ; Mr. J. V. Faires, who aged, has been in feeble is quite health lately. Rev. Fergnson of Columbia has been called to the pastorate of An tioch church nenr Rowena. A little sou of D. L. Rogers, near" Worcester, fell from a fence a few days ago and broke his leg. The new telephone Rowena to Skinner is Hummer. It is now in line ' called from the operation. J. J. Walker of Rowena acci dentally cut off the end of his fin ger the other day 'while feeding calves. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hodge, near Worcester, are rejoicing over the arrival of a new baby boy at their house There was more than an inch of rainfall in this section Sunday. It will delay farmers for nearly a week yet. T.J.. Gate wood of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 April 1903

THE AA!D af MAIDEN HAINE Sequel to Th Bow of Orange Ribbon." A tOVC STORY DY (CorrrUtU. 1W0, by CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) "Well, then, who knows more on that subject than. Jorls HydeT Was I not, last year, at Lady Bettr Bomer'a splendid nuptlali, and at Fanny Pa get'!, and tho Countess of Carlisle's? Indeed, I maintain that In such a dis cussion I am an absolute necessity. And I wish to know Madame Jacobus." "So? Well, then, here we are, at her ory door. I know not what she will say you must make your own excuses, sir." As she was speaking, they ascended the white steps leading to a very tun d some brick house on the west side of Broadway. The door was opened ty a very dark man, who was dressed in a splendid and outlandish manner -a scarlet turban above his straight black hair, and gold-hooped earrings, and a long coat or tunic, heavily em broidered In strange devices. I As soon as the front door closed, Jorls perceived that he was in an un usual house. The scents and odors of strang...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 April 1903

BACKACHE. 4 feicrfSi Backache la a forerunner and one of the most common symp toms of kidney trouble and womb displacement. READ MISS BOLLMAJfS EXPERIENCE. " Some time ago I wai in a Tory weak condition, my work made me nervous and mt back ached frichtf ullv all the time, and I had terrible head aches. " My mother got a bottle of Lydia is. rinkbamg veeetaoie com pound for me, and it seemed to strengthen my back and help me at once, and I did not got bo tired as before. I continued to take it, and it brought health and strength to me, and I want to thank you for the good it haa done me." Miss Katb Boixma.it, 142nd St. & "Wales Are., New York City. $5000 forftlt If original ef boot Ittttr proving giiMbnm cannot it product. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound cures because It Is tbe greatest known remedy for kidney and womb troubles Every woman wbo Is puzzled about ber condition should write to Mrs. Plnkham at Lynn, Mass., and tell her all. THE ODVk WHO IRONS Jinowi how' importan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 April 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1003 Term$ of Subscription: One year tl.00 Wx M on tin SO Tbreo Months : 25 WANTS $50,000. Hurt in an Engine Explosion Near Rush II III. Melvin Page, whose home is at Sinter, Mo., has brought suit in the Audrain Circuit Court for$50, 000 alleged damages against the C. & A. railroad. He was hurt by the explosion of an engine near Rush Hill on the night of August 23, 1002. Ilts traiu was running at full speed. Page was engineer. The substance of his petition is about as follows: The cab of his engineer fell on his legs. His body, neck, face and head were horribly burned, scalded and cooked so that the skin and llebh in many places fell from the bone. His left eye, he states, was blown from the socket, the drum of his lett ear was broken and there was a compound fracture of the left hip joint, also a fracture below the knee. Ho alleges that he is now a helpless and incurable cripple and that his sight, especially of the left eye, is almost impaired. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 April 1903

Supplement to The-LIEXICO MISSOURI MESSAGE. Vol 4. Mexico, Missouri, April 23, 1903. No. 25 The Centralia schoolp held their commencement exercises last Friday night. There were, seven gradu ates. . ; Rev. D. S Smith bought a lot on East Jackson street and is dig ging a cellar and will build in the spring. ' - 4... I. P. Dyer., southeast of Mex ico, had a horse snagged the other day and another horse was badly cut on a wire. It lets Isaac out of a team a bad piece of misfortune. Eld. W. P. Dorsey, of Frank ford, Mo., passed thru Mexico ' last Saturday on his way to Trip lett, Mo., to unite iu marriage Dr. Oetting of Concordia, Mo., and Minnie Morehead of Triplett. Miss. Parmelia Mahan, State or ganizer for the W. C. T. U., whose headquarters were iu Mexico for a year or two, occupied the chair of Parliamentary Law iu the Chicago School of Oratory during the past year. - ; - Miss Eva Kanatzar closed a very successful terra of school in the Liberty district last . Friday. Seven pupils...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 April 1903

Missouri and Kansas Do you want to invest your money where you can double it the first yeart We know how and ivhere to bwyt land in all of these places that are strictly first-class bar gains. MAILINGS d- II ALLOW AY ', Mexico, Mo. TEXAS. $C. A. WITHERS POON.J Abstracter of S LAND TITLES, it Mexico. - Mo. v ,( A Mr Onicp Knulh M rvf MnunrA A V 1 A L-L J ! 53 Rev. A: W KoWfloftei- of this city bus been chosen as one of the members of the Christian 'Leetur ship in Missouri '. "Big Jim" Parker; the colored man who knocked Czolgosz down just the instant he fird the assas sin's bullet at McKinley, is going about the country lecturing on the subject, "The- President's Assas sination." lie addressedl an au dience at Fulton lust Sunday. ooo o Wheatlet is Delicious ' For Breakfast Mush. o o ; O. rv it j. - 'O uencaie For m j Supper or Dessert .Unequalled For Griddle Cakes, Muffins, and Puddings. RICH C Excellent IguJ g horhrying A Oysters, Fish, etc. m Sold in 2-lb. packages by all loading G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 April 1903

mm mstomcal s.o Message. MExiao Miss OUR VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, ApIL 30, 1903. NUMBER 26 v Mi HAPPENED and HAPPENING. A 'J? Soma Loaal and Caaoty Haw la fallal Farm Father Dempsy of St. Louis conductedt he funeral services over the remains of James Finn in this city last week. The Martiusburg creamery has opened for business again. They make no butter but buy milk and ship to St. Louis. The Fulton Journal inquires: What wouldthe Mexico papers do with out Herr Gottlieb Limburgcr Bud weizes Winzer? C. A. Wilder of Laddouia, this county, with a party of Pike county and Illinois people, is up in Canada "looking around' . Dr. W. E. Cornett of Worces cester is thinking of locating in Rush Hill. Dr. Cornett is an able physician and has a wide practice. D. P. Moore of this city, E. C. Kennen of Laddonia and D. L. S. Bland of Vandalia, with N. E. Mitchell, are in Washington State with the view of investing in lands out that way. ! Major H. A. Ricketts of this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 April 1903

Mexico Missouri Message JOHN PEAL, Publisher. MEXICO . MISSOURI Once more It la up to Father-in-law 'Zimmerman. Farla appear to like American Ks. Well, we bare plenty ot It to spare. The poeta continue to get there. A French one has pinked his man In a duel. Practical politicians have to get pretty mad before they begin telling the truth. As a result of the prize fight In San Francisco recently the other Cor bctt is still talking. There are many things about that Buffalo mystery that could only be explained by Mr. Pennell. Contractors are still remembering the Maine, for every little while they want some one to let them raise it. ' Under the old blue law in Pennsyl vania it Is unlawful for a man to kiss his wife on Sunday but the law stops there. Nicholas II. has decreed religious freedom in Russia. Next thing you know the csar will be running on a reform ticket. It may yet come to pass that in or der to be an automobillst in good standing one shall first have to be killed in France...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 April 1903

m LTEGBED 111118 CULPRIT 13 SUMMARILY DEALT WITH FOR ATTEMPTED ASSAULT. Confessed Hit Awful Crime Colony ' of Colored Laborers Attacked and Tents Burned Many Shots Ex changed, but No One Is Killed. Thebes, 111.: An unknown negro, ged about 17 years, wis lynched by a mob of angry farmers near the vil lage of Santa Fe Sunday afternoon for Attempting to assault the 10-year-old daughter of Farmer Branson Davis, and this was followed by a general Onslaught upon a colony of negroes living In tents who were engaged In bridge construction work. The tents were burned and many negroes were shot, but so far as known Hone was killed. Hundreds of shots were ex changed, but no whites were hurt. Branson Day lea lives one-half mile east of Santa Fe, a small Tillage near here. While his 10-year-old daughter was In the barnyard Sunday the negro accosted her, and her screams brought her mother to the rescue. The negro fled. Officers were notified and were soon In pursuit . News of the assault speedily...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 April 1903

J. W. HOWELL, Notary Public. liovcll & Williams, (Saccessors to Moore & Howell.) REAL ESTATE, LOAN AND INSUR ANCE AGENTS. Have for Bale a large list of Audrain county farms, Also many bargains in Mexico residence property. We write nil kinds of insurance. WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LOANS ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS. All who have farms or Mexico property for Bale will please call and list the same with us at once. Office near Southern Bank. THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. I L John Beat, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at tlio l'ostofliee at Moxlco, Mo., us M'conil -class muttor. THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 1903 Joe Folk is a free silver Demo ciat; lie is all right; lie may be the next governor of Missouri. Audrain's apportionment of the tax on foreign insurance compa nies for 1901 and 1902 will be $2, 006.49. Centralia needs a water works system. She is a good town, but she can 't afford too many of these big fires. That man Cardwell up at Kar sas City is oue fellow who is hap py o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 April 1903

THE MESSAGE awful happening. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1903 2 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Mrs. A. C. Stotler Killed by the Cars. The Probate Judge's office is have a new carpet. to Mrs. Cbas. Peterson at Vandalia I is reported very sick. Chas. Winkler, of Rush Hill, is again at Gem City College, Quiu- cy. .. ' Miss Bertha Wilkerson is teach ing au interesting three months term of school at Beagles. from 6aw Baw There is a house-cleaning time at the M. E.. church several inv provements and a new carpet soon . Jimmie Smith, over near Santa Fe. is still gathering at last year's corn crop. Hurry, hurry, Jini' mie. Charlie Bledsoe of this city has accepted a position with the World's Fair management in St Louis. J. Hord Davis justly prides him- sslf or is it his wife on being one of the best butter makers in the county. James Wilkins has sold his resi dence in the neighborhood ot Har din College to W. B; Smith of Arkansas for $3,500. Carrol Wisdom, near Bowling Green, lost his barn by fire last Sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 April 1903

HIE FRfSIDEFIT STARTS EAST 1AYS CORNER STONE OF NEW CATC FOR YELLOWSTONE PARK BEFORE LEAVING. Praise Beauties of Place Say the National Playground Ha an Import ant Economic Value, At Ida From Ita Unrivaled Scenlo Attractiona. Gardiner, Mont.: President Roose velt Friday afternoon resumed hla tour tit the West, starting for St. Lou I a. Before going, however, he partlcl jmtni In the laying of the corner atone Oio new gate at the northern en trance to Yellowstone Park. Tbe ceremony was performed ac cxmlbig to the Masonic ritual, and was tm charge of the grand officers of the Stat of Montana. Special trains fmmght hundreds of persona here, in cluding a large body of Masons. The r nlher was perfect. The President rode down from the 'poel accompanied by Major Pitcher, rmmi waa escorted to the gaily decorat d stand, where he delivered an ad udrnu. Troops B and C of the Third Cavalry, from Fort Yellowstone, were Trawn up in front as a guard of feonor. Frank E. Smith, grand master conducted...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 April 1903

t . FASTEN AGE MARKS. 5lck Kidneys make people 5ook older wb in marks of Doan's Kidney Pills Is the Aching backs are eased, nip. back, and bin pain overcome. Swelling of the limb and dropsy signs vanish. They correct urine with brick dust sedi ment, high colored, excessive pain in pass ing, dribbling, frequency, bod wetting. Doan's Kidney Pills dissolve and rcmovo calculi and gravel. Relieve heart palpita tion, sleeplessness, headache, nervousness. Salem, Mass., March 81, 1908. I received the sample of Doan's Kidney Pills, and with the ubs of one more box from my drapglot I am entirely enrcd of a Tary lame back. W. A. Clivilakd. GALSsntmo, III., March 80, 1003. The snm pie of Doan's Kidney Pills came to hand. I also got one 60-cent box from our druggist, and lam thankful to say the pain across the small of my back disappeared Ilka a snow hank In hot sun. Doau's Fills reach the spot. Klmeb Wakfsu Rosa Glb. Pa., March 29, 1903. The free trial of Doan's Kidney Pills baye been of great ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 April 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1903 Terms of Subscription: One year tl.00 Sli Months 50 Three Month 25 MISSOURI LEGISLATION. flow It Stirred the Humor of Punch. Somebody (old tlie editor of Punch about the bill introduced in the Missouri legislature providing for the taxation, branding and li censing of foreign, lords and no blemen, both real and genuine, bo gus and fraudulent, found running at large in the state of Missouri, and providing severe penalties for the violation of said law, to the end that young women of Mis souri may be protected and fully warned against engaging in specu lation of so risky and dangerous a character. The following glowing prospec tus to fill a long felt want was the result: the Missouri Peer-Itn-portiug Co. This company was formed to meet the ever increasing demand for lords and noblemen in the state of Missouri aud U. S. A. gener ally. ABSOLUTELY N0 1 RISK RUN BY OUR CUSTOMERS! Ladies dealing with us are as sured of fair treatment and prompt delivery...

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