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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 May 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY. 21, 1903 urti Liibv ami iini i i.mnu The City Council has decided on the building of the north side sewer, . '. An. Italian orchestra has been giving musical exhibitions in this city of late. Mrs. E. A. Ellis moved from Mexico this week "out home" near Skinner. ' Mrs. A. W. Fish is the general manager of a dramatic, club lately organized in this city. The heavy wind the other night got that fine apple tree loaded with fruit for L. T. Shootman. Mrs. Matt. Heizer of this city for several weeks has been nursing her friend, Mrs. Chas. Peterson of Vandalia who has been very ill. . A saloon keeper was Bhot and instantly killed in St. Louis last Sunday. He disputed with another man over a bill for whiskey. Dr. J." 13. Hawkins of this city will preach at Strother, Monroe county, next Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock and Sunday morning following. Major R. E. Wilkerson, con nected with the Missouri Military Academy for the past two years, has accepted a position with...

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. — 21 May 1903

Ull II SETTLE it. ..a "CAPO LEON OF FAMOUS WORLD'S CORNER OFFERS TWENTY CENTS ON DOLLAR. father Did Not Pay Debtt Proposl tkn Involving Indebtedness of Mil lions If Not Accepted Leaves Only AMernjrtive of Bankruptcy. New Vork:' It was learned Friday Oat Joseph Lelter, who figured so con splcuouily In the famous wheat corner C 1897 and 1898, has made a proposl tkm to bis creditors to settle their claims against blm for 20 cents on the This fact destroys the popular Im Hreaaloa heretofore that Levi Z. Lelter, the father of Joseph, had settled all the Indebtedness Incurred by his son fa (ho collapse of the wheat corner in Jane, 1838. Besides the creditors themselves, twit few knew that every claim had mat been satisfied. The fact that there are still heavy claims against young Lelter Is demonstrated by his proposl tion to creditors. This Is made through an attorney, smd H Is specified that all claims shall be presented and all creditors agree to accept 20 cents on the dollar In full sa...

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. — 21 May 1903

TIRED BACKS, Come to all who over tax the kid neys. Don't neg lect the aching back. Many dan gerous kid ney trou bles follow In Its wake. Mrs. C. B. Pare of Co lumbia avenue, Glasgow, Kentucky, wife of C. B. Pare, a prominent brick manufacturer of that city, says: When Doan's Kidney Pills were first brought to my attention I was suffering from a complication of kidney troubles. Be sides the bad back which usually re sults from kidney complaints, 1 bad a great deal of trouble with the secre tions, which were exceedingly vari able, sometimes excessive and at other times scanty. The color was high, and passages were accompanied with a scalding sensation. Doan's Kidney fills soon regulated the kidney secre tions, making their color normal and banished the inflammation which caused the scalding sensation. I can rest well, my back is strong and sound and I feel much better in every way. A FREE TRIAL of this great kid ney medicine which cured Mrs. Pare will be mailed to any part of the Uni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 21 May 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1903 Terms of iSubscription: One, year 11.00 Six Months BO Three Months 2:. DftVID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON. AM, RIGHT RKHKKVK1). CUAP.VIII.-SCHOOL-DAYS. Much thought was given to what may termed "honor" in the school of forty years ago. The bovs of those days would not tolerate n lie. He who called one a liar was considered to have struck the first blow, and was very apt to be struck as a reply to the charge. Cowardice leads to sin, no boy had any seanding who would not fight for his rights. A tell-tale was despised by nearly all. Though the boys did many and mischevous things they were not afraid of the teacher knowing it. One youth ventured to tell some of the pranks to the larger boys. They nick-named him "Tel egraph," then succeeded in having him follow them to a large wood pasture, about a half mile from the school house, caught him, when Will Bedford, the Goliah of the school, held him down, while Beri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 May 1903

STATE mSTOHTCAL r,fl Mm Miss 7 cj oco 0WRI SSAGE O VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1903. NUMBER 00 PROOF AGAINST BUTLER. high School graduates. . :::: . '. ' ' V HAPPENED and y V ; - 80ME LOCAL AND COUNTY , C. VV. Lewis and daughter, Miss Nellie, are at Ilot Springs. George Rosen boom, of Skinner vicinity, expects to locate in the State of Georgia. Graduating exercises at Hardin College to-night, last entertain ment of the school year. " Miss Martha Snllinger arrived home from South Carolina last week, where she has been teachiug. The Odd Fellows lodge of this city has been organized 46 years. The order here has near 150 mem bers. Miss Mamie Sullivan, of this city, has been re-employed as teach er in the Daniel school district, near Thompson. Commencement exercises of Mis souri Military Academy will be held in the auditorium of Hardin College this morning. The contract has been let for the construction of the cut-off railroad from Mexico to Old Monroe....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 May 1903

f.loxico Missouri FJcssaga JOHN DIAL, PuMUW. MEXICO MISSOURI Money Is a great lerer; also It la a Creat leaver. The bear that walks like a nan Is Dot walking out of Manchuria. , Herr Most Is not all bad. ' Tbe offi cers certify that be was good In Jail. A Paris doctor says tbat corsets cause appendicitis. Hut men bave It. Tbe latost cable dispatches Indicate tbat Abdul Aziz of Morocco has ab dicated. We value our friends for their ster ling qualities, but like them for their weaknesses. Mrs. Thaw explains that the Earl of Yarmouth Is getting nothing but a bare living out of it. A school teacher Is a person em ployed to give parents five Lours of peace and quiet per day. It Is not what a man thinks, but what he thinks ho thinks that deter mines bis mental status. Judge The best way for the amateur gar dener to plant peas Is to plant them canned. Then his crop won't fall. Consuelo, duchess of Marlboro, is now the remarkable possessor of two fathers and two mothers, all four liv ing. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 May 1903

Central Illinois is Swept by a Tornado Early Morning Windstorm Causes Heavy Loss in Bloomington, Normal and Adjoining Country Bloomlngton, 111.: A tornado, very tlmllar to that -which swept across Central Illinois last June, visited this lection between 4 and 6 o'clock Sun '.ay morning. Thousands ot dollars' worth of property was destroyed, but fortunately no Uvea were lost. IThe windstorm came from the, pouthwest and swept across McLean tnd adjoining counties, moving north last. The blast left a trail of damaged buildings, uprooted thousands ot lhade trees and greatly damaged the telephone systems la this and other fittes. The storm came up without warn ing, the greater part of the night be ing clear. The wind was accompanied by a terrifying electrical display, the lightning being Incessant and the rain tailing heavily. The heaviest loss occurred In the rural districts. Two large grain ele vators were blown over at Carlock and destroyed, and dozens of barns and Dther small structur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 May 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered nt tho Postofflcfl at Mexico, Mo., an second -c I a ds matter. THURSDAY. MAY 28, 1903 On a raid on the bucket shops by the police in Chicago last Sat urday one hundred "skinners" were put under arrest. Run in the Ram blers all along the liue. An item elsewhere in this paper refers to the conviction of two men at Montgomery City ou the charge of running a bucket shop. They were heavily fined. No doubt they were served right. There was another act of "be nevolent assimilation" over in the the Philippines one day last week. The Americans in a battle with 200 insurgents killed OS of the "rebels" and "red bellies.' State Senator Frank Fairis, in dicted in St. Louis last week on the'eharge of bribery, pave bond for $3,000 for his appearance. That's better than some have done down that way lately on tliis charge. That "constitutional rights" privilege in this State must be fixed by some definite legislation upo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 May 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1903 HAPPENED 'AND HAPPENING. Circuit Court docket in another columu of this paper. Street paving work in this city is announced to begin in about Accounts elsewhere in this paper of the terrible storms in Illinois, Kansas and Oklahoma. Wm. S. Mahon is now located at Yates in Randolph county. He orders the Message to his address. Frank H. Spottswood has re turned to his work as foreman of the Western Union Telegreph Co. in St. Louis. 1 Judge and Mrs. W. W. Botts will reside on Promenade street, in the residence recently purchased by Judge Botts. The Mexico Steam Laundry has a new wagon. It is as fine as an automobile, the best thing on four wheels in town. The Audrain Baptist Bible In stitute is to be held with Hopewell chnrch near Thompson the 29th and 30th of this month. J. E. Goodrich is suffering with a breaking out on his right arm, something like erysipelas. He can sleep neither night nor day. Mrs. Jennie Orear has been paid $2, COO by the Modern ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 May 1903

KING OF DENMARK IS LOVED And the Ruler of All the Great European Natiaoa Bow in Deference Before the Aged Occupant of the Danish Throne HIa Home, Life a Model of Simplicitf, (Special Correspondence.) Europe took thought of lit grand father on April 8. and the thought waa fclndly, healthful and wholesome, re freshing In these days ot royal scan dal. Europe's grandfather Is. of course. King Christian ot Denmark, oldest ot A', ".- i..n Niels Irlen Statue and Hotel Europe (Copenhagen.) i reigning monarchs, who was 85 years old, and celebrated the event with a family gathering of crowned heads that crowded the stuffy little Danish . palace almost to bursting. This dear old gentleman, whose children and grandchildren occupy, or : stand next In line for, more thrones than any monarch ever dreamed of since Napoleon's day, has genuine hu man Interest to the newspaper reader, .for the exact opposite of the reasons that have made so many royal folks Interesting of late. He Is such an early-to-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 May 1903

ill - (- I I 11 is another one , of the million women who have been J restored' to health by Lydia EL Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. V. Overshadowing indeed is the success of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vege table Compound compared with it, all other medicines for women are .'experiments. . Why has it the greatest record for absolute cures' of any female medicine in the world? Why has it lived and thrived and done its glorious work ! among women for a quarter of a century ? Simply because of its sterling worth. The reason that no other medicine has ever reached its success is be ; cause there is no other medicine so successful in curing woman's ills. Re member these important facts when a druggist tries to sell you something which he says is Just as good. . . &C A Young New York Iiatly Tells of a "Wonderful Cure: 1 I feltf better after the first two or three dof.es ; it seemed as though a weight was taken oil' my shoulders ; I continued its use until now I can truthfully say I am entirely...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 28 May 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1903 Terms of Nubxcription: One year.. .. ...fl.OO Six Months SO Tlireo Months 25 DftlTID MOSES TKEFCEM CF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS CF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON. COrVHWRT 11X13 BY KOAU R. JOHNSTON. CHAP.IX.-NEGRO SERVANTS. The status of the negro before the Civil War is not known, except by those of the present generation who are past the meridian of life. The introduction of slavery into the United States was Providen tial. The negro race has attained its highest development, when under the influence of the Cauca sion. In no part of Africa can we find them so elevated in morals religion or mechanic arts as in America or England. They are now sending missionaries from America to redeem the descend ants of their ancestors. The north and South are equal ly responsible for the condition of slavery that existed before the war. Being unprofitable labor in a cold climate, the northern slave holder sold their servants to the southern. This gave the southern plan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 June 1903

eTATB HTSTOMCAl 160 StJRi Message VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1903. NUMBER 31 Mexico Miss y HAPPENED and y ; 80ME LOCAL AND COUNTY J. S. Fuires, northeast of Wor cester, is drilling a deep well on his farm. There were 41 graduates in the different departments from Hardin College this year. The Paris drum coips furnished music for memorial day services here last Saturday. Miss Fannie McClintic of this county is attending the Presbyte rian assembly in Virginia. H. E. Holmes of Thompson took two of his children to a St. Louis hospital to be treated for throat trouble. Rev.A.W.Kokendoffer of this city delivered a memorial address at Liberty Christian church in Calla way county last Saturday. . II. M. Long of this city who with his family speeds the summer on his farm near Sturgeon has named that farm "Rural Retreat." Mies Abbie Sullivan will teach in the Prairie Lea district, this county, next winter. She is now attending summer school at Col umbia. S....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 June 1903

r.loxico OissouriUcssaga JOHN ORAL, PaMlahw. MEXICO MISSOURI Good clothes knd Impudence often Xass for riches and education. The fashionable sleeve this year look like those-a little girl cuts for ber first doll. Mr. Carnegie gave away $2,100,000 and then went to Europe. Few of us could do that In former days school teachers occa sionally struck; now It is the school children who strike. Sir Henry Irving baa appeared In London as Dante. It must have been a cheerful performance. Thirty oircus elephants marched In tingle file over the Brooklyn bridge. And the bridge is still there. The New York Ledger was sold for a sum less than It used to pay Sylvanus Cobb for a single story. Prosperity has been good to the In dians. It has given them money faster than their white brothers can steal It. Count Speck Von Sternberg and his wife will spend the summer at Dub lin, N. H . Is the count after the Irish vote? The example of J. B. Ford of Penn sylvania, penniless at 70 and a million aire at 91...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 June 1903

200 Estimated Dead in Flood at TopeKa Property Loss in the StricKen District Along Kansas River Will Mount High Into the Millions Topeka, Kan.: There ia ground for hope that the worst haa passed. So 'treacherous has the Kansas River 'proven itself Sunday In the rising ot the water, Sunday night so slowly as to be imperceptible, the flve-mlle latreani was setting back into its right ful channel. .. Up and down the official auge has fluttered all day. Sunday Jilght, however, City Engineer McCa ble issued a bulletin, giving out the Icheerlng intelligence that the waters had subsided to the extent of exactly 71-2 Inches. It may be a few hours .before another drop may be noticed. With 175 or 200 lives lost, millions of dollars of property destroyed, hun dreds of pistol shots as signals of dis tress, blended with the agonizing cries of unwilling inhabitants of tree tops . fend roofs of houses and the waters creeping upward and then slowly sub siding, and alternately changing hope to despa...

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

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered at the Postoflieo at Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY.! JUNE 4, 1903 Reclaimed An Empire. Here is concerning a man who deserves more honor than his countrymen have ever accorded him. It is the ense of Dr. Marcus Whitman, the. missionary, who saved Oregon for America, which originally constituted all that country west of the Rocky Moun tains and north of the 42nd paral lel of latitude. The student of American history has been im pressed with' the undertakings of Whitman, but that is about as far as the recognition of his worth has gone as yet. Future generations will do better, as.will be learned farther on in this article. Whitman was born in New York state in 1802. He had thoro re ligious training in his youth; took to the study of medicine at the close of his school, work and re solved to becomea doctor. Indi rectly from a speech made by an Indian chief in St. Louis he was persuaded to enl...

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

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1903 g HAPPENED m HAPPENING. Q Mra. J.-A. Goolsby at Rush Hill 18 reported dangerously sick. J. H. Moran has ' employment with a telephone company over about Wellaville. George Fennewald at Martins burg has been wrestling with the measles a couple of weeks. Mrs. Wylde, wife ef the post master at Benton City, has been in failing health for two months. Children's day services at Mt. Olivet church, eastern part of the county, beginning next Saturday. Rev. J. S. Jesse attended a Sun day school convention at Barnes Chapel, in Boone county, this week. Miss Lebbia Ball is home from Dumas, Arkansas, where Bhe has been teaching. She returns to that place to teach next year. E. P. Bums is snugly located on his new farm lately purchased, just east of Salt River, northeast of the Military Academy. lie has a valuable home out there. This office turned out some job work this week for two of Molino's hustling business men, J. D. Wor ley, the blacksmith, and Dan Ouinla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 June 1903

Gen. James B. Smith to Succeed Col. Thomas W. Scott Named Adjutant General of the State to Springfield, m.: Some Important of ficial changes are to be made July 1, according to a semi-official announce ment Friday. J. Mack Tanner on that aate will cease to be warden of the Tlmlnr penitentiary, and will be suc ceeded by Gen. James B. Smith of Clay City, at present adjutant general at the Illinois national guard. Col. nomas B. Scott of Fairfield will suc ceed Ocn. Smith as adjutant general. The announcement of these changes ane as a surprise to politicians. The retirement of Mr. Tanner from the -vardensblp was not unexpected, but the appointment of G-en. Smith to sue reed blm and of Col. Scott to the head tt the slate militia, had not been looked for. For some months there 4taa been more or less conflict be 'tween the warden and the commis sioners of the Chester prison, and last 'Winter It was understood that the commission bad suggested to the gov pernor the -advisability of a change...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 June 1903

the ?mm CURES ITTUCTISa C1E1T ATTOTI81 1S0JQ V'1 Mrs. Frances Stafford, of 243 E. 114th St., N.Y. aty, adds bcr tes timony to the hundreds of thou sands on Mrs. Pinkham's files. When Lydia E. Pinkham's Reme dies were tlrst introduced skeptics all over the country frowned upon their curative claims, but as year after year has rolled by and the little group of women who had been cured by the new discovery has since grown into a vast army of hundreds of thousands, doubts and skepticisms have been swept away as by a mighty flood, until to-day the great good that Lydia E. Pinkliam'g Vegetable Compound and her other medicines are doing among the women of America is attracting the attention of many of our leading scientists, puyBici&us and thinking reorle. Merit alone could win such fame ; wise, therefore, is the woman who for a cure relies upon Lydia E Pinkham's VegetableCompound TYPHOID FEVER DIPHTKtRIA SMALL PCX The nrai of these deadly diseases multiply ia the decaying glue present...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 4 June 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 4, J903 Terms of Subscription: Ono year Six Months Three Months (1.(10 ...2.1 DftVID. MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM KENTON. COI'VRHIHT l.3 nY NOAH JOHNSTON. CIIAII. X.-SOCIAL LIFE. The social life of southern peo ple was somewhat different before the Civil War. There was more leisure to engage in entertaining friends. The family servants did the housework under the direction of a mistress while the hands in the border states could be trusted to labor without constant watch ing. Some of the negro men made good carpenters aud blacksmiths. This almost doubled their value, and these skilled workmen were allowed more privileges than the other servauts. Before the inven tion of the mower and self-binder neighbors helped each other aud it was not uncommon to see six or eight men in a field mowing the grass or cradling the wheat. There was generally an ambition to be considered a good if not the best hand in the field. David's fath...

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