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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 May 1903

PTATR TTTSTftT.ICAt, 1-0 Missouri XICO VOLUME IV. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1903. NUMBER 27 MESSAGE. ' ' ... ' V HAPPENED and 3l SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Miss Sylvia Wylde has been elected teaeber for the Capps school, north of Molino. Robert Weclsleger, well remem bered in Mexico, a freight conduc tor on the Wabash, walked off the top of a box car at St. Charles one day last week and was killed. Martinsburg re-elected the teachers who have served duriug the term just closed. They are Prof. P. C. Donglas6, principal; Prof. Gua Wilson, first assistant; Miss Maggie Torreyson, second assistant. They are faithful and able teachers and each will receive an increase of salary. The Message last week men tioned the shootiug scrape between one Carroll Trippett and Hezekiah Ilegnette at Speneersburg in Pike county. Ilegnette was over 70 years of age and was killed. Tip pett who did the shooting is but 27; he was not held. - Ilegnette had threatened Tippett. The Ralls Cou...

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. — 7 May 1903

f.Iexico Missouri Message JOHN DEAL, Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI Offices are lold officially la China. We do it lest ostentatiously In Amer ica. Some people sleep in church be cause their consciences are quieted by going there. It Is a sign you are growing old when you read the obituary before tte marriage notices. The annual mortality among the relatives of office boys comes with the spring. Play ball! A new comic weekly has been start ed In New York. Isn't there sorrow enough in the world now? The only time some get-rich-qulck turf enthusiasts will know better is when they are under the turf. At all events. It will be some weeks before Venezuela will be in a position to float another European loan. The American woman who wauted to buy a real, live duke for $125,000 must be a confirmed bargain hunter. A new book tells "How to Make Money." What people want to know, however, is how not to get caught at it Hotel clerks who are already sup plied will be pleased to learn that dia monds h...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 May 1903

Dedication Day at St. Louis The Great Military Parade, Followed by Impressive Ceremonies in LiberalJlrts Palace, is mm.' a uuunessea oy "St. Louis: 'President Theodore TRoosevelt left Thursday night for the West, after participating as tha central figure In the great military parade and 'formal ceremonies attend ing the dedication of the' Louisiana Purchase Exposition. ' The President's train ' was In wait;. Ing at Howard Station, on the Mis souri Pacific, and the party was driven there directly from the Administra tion building, after witnessing the pyrotechnic display from the window oC President Francis' private office. 'President Roosevelt was Joined on TjIs Western trip by Secretary of War Root and President Nicholas Murray Butler, of Columbia University, In ad dition ta the other members of his party. Gov. A. M. Dockery accom panied the party to Kansas City. A cold, gray day, more like No vember than the ushering In of May, -was the weather given St. Louis for the great milita...

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. — 7 May 1903

THE MESSAGE ' Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Postofllce at Mexico, Mo., an nocond -class matter. THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1903 "The next Governor of Missou ri" must be something more than a mere politician. Road improvement is coming in this state and nation. Audrain as well get rendy for it. As far as he has gone, uo office in this State is too good for tbat man Folk, if he wants it. Our correspondents will please not insert items of an advertising character in their news letters. Mexico should have a civic im provement league. We suggest that the ladies take hold of this matter. The Commercial Club has taken the initial steps toward providing a site for the proposed C. & A. new passenger depot. Those hitching racks around the 6qurae they remind one of an old broken down, dirty stable. They are a relic of past ages. They should go. Saloon petitious must be filed with the County Clerk ten days for public inspection. That the pub lic may have a...

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. — 7 May 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1903 IS HAPPENED AND HAPPEHIM. R County' Court is in regular ses sion this week. J. E. Anderson of Molino has moved into Wellsville locality. II,. P. Warden has moved his family back to Mexico from Ken tucky, Dr. W. II. Brown and family, near Ilatton, have moved to this city to reside. A drunken man belonging' t , Ceutralia visited Mexico . police court last Saturday. , Billy. Byars was initiated into the arts of Woodcraft by the Molino camp Saturday night. S. D. Slocks of Sullivan, 111., has moved his family to this city. He is a real estate man. The State Leader lasttweek pub lished the names signed to Wm. Kemper's saloon petitiou. Joseph Brown is still in bad health. . He returned last week from his trip to Hnntsville. The two story frame dwelling of John Murphy, near Skinner, ' was destroyed by fire-, last Thursday niglit. - ' ' Rev. N. S. Johnston of Wor cester preached at Delmar Baptist church in St. Louis last Sunday night. Mrs. Virginia Botts mot...

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. — 7 May 1903

OUT USE IUBBKUD ST LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTHERN COMPANY TAKES POSSESSION. Stock Increased $50,000,000 Believed Extension Will Be Built to Wabath tm Secure Direct Gould Route to New - Orleans. St. Louis: Official announcement was made Friday from the office of Russell Harding, vice-president and Keroral manager of the St. Louts, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway Com. pan, of the purchase of the St, Louis auMl Valley Railway and all of Its prop erty. Th circular Issued states that be winning Friday, the jurisdiction of the arraeral officers of the St. L., I. M. ft S. R. R-, Is extended over this road, which will hereafter be known as the Illinois dlvison of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway Com pany. The circular also states that all em ployes of the road acquired will be -armUnocd In the service of the St. L I. M. ft 8. R. R. until further notice. The St. Louis Valley road extends from East St. Louis to Fordyce, 111. It Is ninety-two miles long and tapB some ext...

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. — 7 May 1903

The real heroines of every day are In our homes. Frequently, how ever, it Is a mistaken and useless heroism. Women seem to listen to every call of duty except the supreme one that tells them to guard their health. How much harder the daily tasks become when some derangement of the female organs makes every movement painful and keeps the nervous system unstrung? Irritability takes the place of happiness and amiability : and weakness' and suffering takes the place of health and strength. As long as they can drag themselves around, women continue to woik and perform their household duties. They have been led to believe that suffering Is necessary because they are women. What a mistake ! The use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will banish pain and restore happiness. Don't resort to strong Btimulants or nar cotics when this great strengthening, healing remedy for women is always within reach. FllEE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN. If there is anything in your case about which you would ...

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. — 7 May 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1903 Terms of Subscription: Ono year tl.OO Six Months M Throe Month 25 CM. Niquette, the renl estate man, ic at his homo in Kansas. Ho is I kinking ot moving his fam ily to Mexico. Our people gladly welcome them. Says Congressman Champ Clark: "My favorite hooks are Joh, Ec clesiastes, Solomon's Proverbs, the Psalms of David and the speeches and epistles of St. Paul. I regard that rhapsody on charity in the 13th chapter of Corinthians ns the fin est passage in the English lan guage." The New York World, Demo cratic, doesn't like Senators Clark of Montana and VV. J. Stoue of Missouri. It calls them V noble pair of brothers, flie one a briber, the other a lobbyist, and for W. J. Bryan's close affilia tion with them the World ques tions Bryan's political honesty. Right here the Message has no comment but had it been a man like Coekrell the World would not have dared such a dash. E. A. Benson, who is a candi date for mayor out at Omaha, Ne braska, switched of...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 May 1903

TTT! TTTRTnTWAT, g.-.fl Miss VOLUME IV. Mexico, Audrain county, Missouri, Thursday, may 14, 1903. NUMBER 28 HAPPENED and 3i SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Probate Coiirt convened Monday. Prof. J. W. Million is attend ing the Southern Baptist conven tion in session at' Savannah, Qa. C. R. Lupton lost his gold watch the other night. A thief slipped into his home and couldn't resist taking it. ' Miss Edna Grigsby, teacher in the Farber school, will spend the summer vacation with her mother in Vandalia. Mrs. James Pulis, who had rela tives near Centralia,. was killed by the cars at Ilurdland Mo., . one day last week. The Pike, Lincoln and Andrain musical society will hold its con vention in the opera house in Bow ling Green June 3rd and 4th. Mrs. Sam Morris of this city has been at the Jewish Hospital in St. Louis for some time. She has about fully regained, her health. County Assessor J. M. Sipple is down on his farm near Laddonia. Following the plow and eating good old country bacon is fatten ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 May 1903

Mexico Missouri Hcssago JOHN BEAL. Publisher. MEXICO MIS30URI ' Ignorance of the law 1 no excuce ven for a lawyer. European monarchs are getting to be as sociable" as vlllnee spinsters. The politician who sets out to save tha country la frequently hauled up for robbing her. The flying machines and automo bile are helping a good deal In the race suicide business. Diamonds are going to be marked up 5 per cent. Lay in your summer stock before the rise. How cculd C. Ollver'lselln continue to be famoua If Upton were to quit challenging for the cup? Dr. Parkhurst's Ideal newspaper may be handicapped by the shortage of Ideal people to support It. The valued Cleveland Leader asks: Why not boll the trusts?" True, roasting docBn't seem to answer. A good many men act on the prin ciple that the early worm who caught the bird stayed up all night to do It. What Matos It who Is president of Venezuela, now that the customs re ceipts have been properly distrib uted? Mascagni is telling the Europeans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 May 1903

IHJO.SIIERW WILL YARBO, A YOUNQ TRAIN MAN, FATALLY 8HOT WHILE ON HIS ENGINE. Outrage la Laid to the Striker and Three Arreeta Follow All Railroad Property la Heavily Guarded and Further Trouble, la Feare'd. Jackson, Tenn.: The strike on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad la assum ing alarming proportions. One killed, two trains wrecked and business badly tied up was the result f Sunday's disturbances In Jackson. About 4 - o'clock Sunday morning Chief of Police T. C. Gaston and his orce were called to the Union Depot by the officials of the road to subdue .a riot. A fish plate had been laid between the rails of a switch and an engine ditched. The engine was placed on the rail, and then It returned to carry the train north. The switch was thrown and another delay resulted. At 11 o'clock Will Yarbo, a young man, was shot and killed on the ten der of his engine. Yarbo boarded the train' Saturday afternoon at Bethel Springs, south of here, made a trip to Okolona, Miss., as a brakeman and retur...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 May 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at thePoatoulce at Mexico, Mo., at second-claM matter. THURSDAY. MAY 14, 1903 The grand jury at Jefferson City composed of both Republicans and Democrats found four indictments against State Senators and thrte of these senators were Republicans. The Democracy of this state in sists that every legislative boodler be called to account. This bood le investigation can be but helpful to the pRrty. Run every boodler in. The Council by resolution in troduced by J. A. Abbay, will ex tend the paving to the south side of the railroad tracks on Jefferson street. That will give paving to the new C. & A. depot. Attorney Folk is chasing a St. Louis boodler to Europe. Folk asks Secretary Zlay to make re quest on France for the delivery of Ellis Wainwright, who is under indictment for bribery. The Message prints a very im portant article on the last page this week, the receipts and expen ditures of the county for th...

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. — 14 May 1903

HE MESSAGE Bora, to N. R. White and wife, la BOD. The Woodman camp, at Ilatton will give a picnic in July. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1903 R HAPPENED Roy Ferris bought ground opposite Dr. A Monroe county lady who had a saucer smashed in her hand by lightning recently is said to be provoked because its loss breaks a set. . '' -" , II. C. Wright and wife and two children and C. B. Wilkerson left Monday morning for Alaska. Mr. Wright has been out there before; he has some valuable gold mine in- tfkVAof in, tlia TTInnvlrA Six small pieces of paper, which were picked up in a Fulton jus tice court room just after the jury had made up a verdict the other day read: "Guilty," "not guil ty," "gulerty," "guylty," 'gnl- ty," and "not guillity." Epport Farrah and a young companion are reported to have been out squirrel hunting near Rush Hill last Saturday' and while climbint? over a fence one of the guns was discharged and young Farrah received an ugly wound in one arm. ', .' Prof. E. M. Woody, who used ...

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. — 14 May 1903

taVADC NEW-CHWANQ AND IN j, STALL GARRI80NS IN FORTS fo AT MOUTH OF RIVER. gWHon Approaches Crisis Czar' Soldiers Said to Be Constructing Forts and Arranging to Store Largs ' -Ttarnr- ''- of Provision. p IVfcln: Tbe Rumltni, U la an- , faavs reoccupled New- rwang with a large (ores and bare pat garrison In the forts at the of the Llao River. They are yOer reported to be making exten- warlike preparations. -Tfce) new of Russian activity, Wtcicfc comes from a roost trustwor thy source at New-Chwang, adds on their return to New-Chwang ;Jfc) Basaian troops brought with them tewural large guns. A large force haa ordered to reoccupy Tien- LAwang-Tai. L Tb Russians have 14,000 troops be- -tweem the mouth of the Llao River Port Arthur. Tbe Russians are reported to be poaatmotlng forts on the hill near Llao Rang, commanding the road between Acre and the Yalu River, and they tiave arranged to have a large quant 1- fy of provision delivered at New Jhwang. Bosnia's roup has caused profound frar...

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. — 14 May 1903

KaBg . Tha old, Invariable virtue cf St. Jacobs Oil frakea II tha klnt cure (or Sprains and Bruises Price, 25c. and 50c Thlo Trad Mark Appears on Cooking Store of big beat merit Tha KleaiUool Kitchen Kind" Bmlretioirmoke .mien, on dtrt ev-tij or x cm1t beat. 8aT llnws work and worry. Jteooomlcai end e-afettwl airfare Cap be BDored from room to nwra. CooMlnpend bail n a can be done on the "Kloan.Hool aytcheD Kind' a radllf a on anf coal stove; but quicker, with taor comfort and In ft Kitten, Kool Kitchen, hold a toodatnTeMnree. .4k taaet tAe Trod Jtfarfc. AafllotMl with Of ayes, uo (Thompson's Eye Water S"rn their BcklaA r (Mires p j ItmakesUlrface V-t brialit aim twYV 4 f A pm-iage mukrt I a a OKailoiifc nld pvt-i-v If " ff bere,oi iynaii,foro. ' ! , : - 1 CHARLES E. HIRES CO. a ; ! .j'j V Malvern, Pa. 1. DOAN'S CHANGE DOUBT TO GLAD SURPRISE Everbtt, Mass. I received the sample of Doan's Pills and they stop ped all my trouble of pain In the back, from which I have suffered for two y...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 14 May 1903

STATEMENT OF THE Receipts and Expenditures OF- Audrain County, Missouri, -FROM- JAMUARY 1. 1902. TO JANUARY 1, 1903. Books and Stationery. Grant Beal, printing Collcetor'8 notices $ 3 00 CADavanlt ' " 3 00 CB Ellis " " " 3.00 LA Bird " " " 3.00 FN Frost " " " 3.00 John Beal, county printing, 37.46 RM White " " " G07.00 CMBaskett " " " 572.50 J II Sallee, supplies, county officers, 55.42 Tribune Printing Co., supplies, county officers, 14.80 W h Craddock, supplies for county officers, 7.95 Barnard & Co., 378.07 Standard Printing Co. 197.01 August Gast& Co. 27.52 'Elliott Ilatch, Book Typewriter Co. 4.00 Gilbert Book Co., supplies, county officers, 30.00 1946.73 Salary Fund. J M Sipple, Assessor $ 634.18 C D Snidow, County Clerk 1903.74 II L Bickley, Prosecuting Attorney 811.19 R S McKinney, Co. Surveyor 365.20 J E Sims, Presiding Judge 147.40 J A Lewis, Judge of Western District 146.50 GuyMcCune, ""Eastern " 159.40 J IlSallee, Treasurer 1166.66 Quincy James, Sheriff 778.90 J ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 May 1903

Me Miss Message. XICO OURI VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1903, NUMBER 29 HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY O. F. HafDer, at Worcester, is building an addition to his dwel ling:. ' Miss Nellie Shell will teach the Dye school, near Worcester, next terra. Miss Mary Hatton will teach in West Lick district next fall and winter. The Message adds three new subscribers at Molino in the last few days. " Miss Ella Criswell of Farber . is attending a summer school at Madison, Monroe county. 0. A. Wilder, one of Laddonia's hustling business men, lately bought land at Galgary, British Possessions. Worcester letter too late last week to be gotten in type. Please get your news letters to us not la ter than Tuesday. Miss Ethel Snidow, of this city, graduates in the elocution and lit erary departments of William Woods College at Fulton this year. The salary of the mayor of Trenton has been increased from $4.15 to $8.32 a month so that the municipal executive may be ...

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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. — 21 May 1903

Mexico Missouri Wessago TONS OF TOOTHPICKS "Orders" the One Thing Wanted GAY DANCER OF VIENNA JOHM BEAU Publisher. MEXICO MISSOURI The latest physiognomical wrinkle is the alum face. ' Is Wisdom wise when It goes to the revels of KolljrT If so, It Is foolish. The Vanderbllt-Nellson merger goes Into effect under the most flattering auspices. With raring and baseball in full bloom spring might as well settle down to business herself. There Is another crisis in the Bal kans. It la the fourth that has come along since a week ago Friday. The Missouri man who has been working for twelve years on a crazy quilt must have a mind of that pat tern. Dr. Cyrus Edson Bays that grip is caught through kissing. And yet a kiss has caused many a man to lose his grip. The Mad Mullah's mother Is sought. Now if they could catch his mother-in-law. perhaps he'd quiet down and live in peace. It is a wonder the people of Den mark have never risen in their wrath and thrown vegetables and things at the stage D...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 May 1903

SEVERAL INJURED IN fl RIOT EFFORT TO RUN CARS AT BRIDGE . PORT, CONN, CREATES WILD DISTURBANCE. Car and Officer Stoned Disturber Arretted Ordered Released by the Mayor City' Executive Hurt by a ! Missile. Bridgeport, Conn.: The attempt made by the official of tha Connecti cut Railway and Lighting Company to run their cars with nonunion men Sun day resulted In a riot in which at least 60 men were injured. Tha Sheriff ays that another such outbreak will make tha catling out of tha State troop Inevitable. At the present time It la possible that tha County Sheriff will supersede tha police in the control of the city. , , Sunday morning elx trolley cars were started out on tha Barnum and State street lines. There were large crowds around the car sheds at tha time. . The cars were manned by 12 of the 130 strike-breakers brought to this city by the trolley company. There was no disturbance of any kind for a couple of hours. i When tha first car, however, had completed its third round trip,...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 May 1903

"V THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Postnftlcft at Mexico, Mo., as second-class mattor. - THURSDAY. MAY 21, 1903 , We don't think much of the fellow who is forced to stand , on his "constitutional rights" before a grand jury. Four words tell how Dr. J. L. Oartrell trailed his good name in the gutter. Told on another page of the Message in an editorial from the St. Louis Chronicle. Rock road building is spreading out from Kansas City, Kansas, to all the main roads in Wyandotte county. That's it; the towns must start this road improvement move. Rolle lleury's bravo little wife stood by him thru his late trouble Rolle, stay on your honor and don't forget yourself again as long at the good Lord gives you breath . The Republican leaders seem to be getting ready to accept the "Io wa idea" of the reduction of the tariff. Getting ready to steal some Democratic thunder, know. don't you The dregs of Europe are flock ing to America. Formerl...

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