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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 June 1903

aoO Mexico Missouri SAGE. VOLUME IV. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1903, NUMBER 32 Mes HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Hon. W. 11. Kennen is at his old stand of business again, after a lay-off of about three months. All re glad to see his happy face on the streets again. T. J. Gatewood, atSkiuner, tells u a that he has 40 head of cattle for the market," too fat to waddle." Mr. Gatewood is one of the pro gressive farmers and stockmen out that way. , Nora Crawford has been granted a divorce from her husband, J. R. Crawford. There are five young children. Mrs. Crawford was granted i20 a month alimony for ten years. . Lewis Mason, colored, plead guilty to burglary before Judge E. M. Hughes in the Circuit Court here last week; three years in' the pen, commuted to two years in the reform school, then paroled The Vandalia Leader, speaking of county seat affairs, makes this comment: It is said another offl cial is to marry soon. Don't know who it is unless it is Wi...

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. — 11 June 1903

ttoxico Missouri ftlossago jo an boau puwukr. MEXICO MISSOURI A bad cold Is the surest thing to be caught on a fishing excursion. Apparently the bear that walks like a nan also lies like a gas meter. They've got now so that they simply ark, "What's the score?" They know who lost. A woman considers that she has no clothes at all If some other woman has more than she has. One of the Important things In the education of a boy is that he should learn to keep his lips together. The Reliance has been outsailed In a trial rare, but perhapB they are merely trying to draw Sir Thomas on. But Isn't the news that "Russia takes Manchuria" something like the old Joke about the Dutch taking Hol land? The sultan la fluently making prom ises. The trouble is that he Isn't gen erally so fluent when It comes to keep ing them. The way a woman apologizes to a man Is to think up something he has done which demanded an apology from him. All Paul du Chaillu's exploring ex peditions sink Into insignificance ...

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. — 11 June 1903

Roosevelt Makes , Last TalK of His Tour 41 ,i t i . ' Speahs Well of Nero Soldiers at Lincoln's Monu ment, and Assists at a Dedication Danville, 111.: President Roosevelt delivered the laat scheduled ' speech of hla long trip here, the home of Con gressman Cannon, Thursday evening. Notwithstanding the Inclement weather, he was greeted by a large crowd. The stay here was but for 20 minutes, and at 6 o'clock his train departed for Indianapolis, whence It will go direct to Washington. The last day 61 the trip was tn a measure, an easy one. Stops were made only at Lincoln, Decatur and Danville. . The principal speech of the day was delivered at Springfield, In the new Armory building. The President Thursday evening was the guest at dinner of the mem bers of his party. The meal was served In the dining car Gllsey, the guests, besides the President, being Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, Sec retary to the President Loeb, Senators Boveridge and Fairbanks of Indiana, Surgeon General of the ...

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. — 11 June 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the 1'ontofllco at Mexico, Mo., as nccond-cla8 matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 11, 1903 The Ccntralia fair is to be held August 4 to 7. A prosecution in this county should not turn into persecution. Citizens of Mexico this week contributed $22.50 to the flood sufferers at Cedar City. Henderson Johnson called on the Message last Satuiday and talked over crop prospects. Mr. Johnson thinks the corn prospects a little gloomy just now. Jim Young said last week that some of the cornfields down north of Martinsburg were beginning to look, like pastures; grass taking the ground; too much rain. There has been a good deal of railroad building talk; what would delight the Mexico public just now would be to see a little dirt throw ing and road-bed building begin. The Message added seven new names to its subscription list in one day this week. We ore not bragging much about the growth of the Message; we let the paper speak...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 June 1903

V THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1903 Q HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Q - '.ti- ,...... J. C. Browning, out at Lorfg . Branch, is quite ill., .;. . ;. There is a move on foot to cele brate the Fourth in Mexico this year 1 with a big celebration. , John Maxwell's Shetland mare has a colt; the little creature is but 25 inches in height. Joseph Duncan and Claude flal ley of Long Branch have bought J 0. Munday's mefcandisie store at Hatton. The paving brick are arriving from Moberly. Work on the pav ing of the streets will begin in a few days. Miss Ethel Mundy, who attend ed the Mexico' schools thru the winter, has returned to her home in Long Branch community. W. T. Narthne and E.A; Irvine, both of Vandalia, graduated in the Bachelor of Arts degree at the Missouri University this year. Guy, the young son of J. P. Sanford, was playing with some other boys Sunday morning, and by a mishap sustained a broken ankle. B. A. Thornburgh remembered this office with a fine treat of new strawberries fro...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 June 1903

THE MAID af AUIDEN liAINE Sequel to "The Bow of Orange Ribbon.". A LOVE STORY BY (Coprrlfbt. 190. bf CHAPTER XtfContinued.) Dom he rmeaiber bow be. waft fcmrtT" He declares hit men mutinied, be came Instead of returning to New York, be had taken on a cargo for the Rest India company, and that the blow waa given htm by hi first or tec o4 mate. He vows he wilt get well ml find bis ship and the rascals that atole her; and I should not wonder If ate does. He has will enough for ny tafog. Madame desires to see you, Owvella. Can you go there with me fay the morning?" 1 shall be glad to go. Madame Is like no one else." -She Is not like herself at present She has but one thought, one care, one end and aim In life her hus fcend." Cornelia was taken to the dim un Tanny drawing-room by Ameer, and left among Its Ill-omened gods, and odd treasuretrove for nearly half an hour. When madame at length came to her, she looked ten years older. Her wonderful dark eyes glowing with a noft tender Are alo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 June 1903

IN LAND OF "EVANGELINE." Mind This. It mtOcei no difference - whether It Is chronic, cuts or Inflammatory Rheumatism of tha muse let or Joints St. Jacobs Oil cures and cures promptly. 5 Price. 25c and 50c link, as m Hear Tamar. The Duke of Gallarani, Prince of Molfetta, recently entered a cage con taining four Polar bears belonging to the Bernard menagerie, which la at present staying at Milan. "He pro voked the animals, which roared furi ously, but they were soon mastered, and he then put them through several exercises. On coming out of the cage the Prince was heartily cheered. Cbarcb. Ujma Changing-. A contributor to the Kansas Church, man who recalls that In his boyhood people went to two and sometimes three services a day, sat on bard benches and sung "My God, the Spring of All My Joys," while now they lean back In cushioned pews and sing "Art Thou Weary, Art Thou languid ?" thinks that hymnology is changing to. ult the times. - What Ba Mich Haa Meant. Bertha I can't say that we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 11 June 1903

THE MESSAGE THUKSDAY, .H'NK II, mv.i ,:. i-r fl.' Sli Miini.li! VI Tiirr-e Muiitli DftUID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IM THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. HY TOM HKNTON. ( (H'MIKIIIT l'.lii:t HV MIAII K. Jll Nail ON CI1AI. XI. IIUNTINU AND IIOU- Youthful life U ever vei v arliw. Tin' fXiTC'8 tlnif would weary t lit old is often exliilar.it in;? to t lie young. Dirk Hi-dlord whs it great lover of llic fnx eliiice; In' l'-lt three old hounds one large, heavy black hound with yellow markings about the eyes, ears aud feel, was called old Bars, another lighter one with blue spots was named Blachcr. The next one was much like old Bars and called Boxer. These dogs were educated to run foxes, and paid little or no fatten tion to rabbits, opossums, or coous. Dick had probably half a dozen hound pups, or young dogs barely grown . One beautiful October night the moon shone as bright as if it had been newly burnished. David heard Dick's horn blow; this meant to be ready for a chase. They went to a large...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 June 1903

STATE inST01tfC fciC Mexico VOLUME IV. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1903. NUMBER 33 Missouri Message. VI HAPPENED and si SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY K. B. Wilker8on, the nursery man, lost two fine cows one night last week, killed by the cars west of town. Carrie E. Baldwin of this city, Ann E. Watson and George F. Nardin of Vandalia, and Joseph B. McCubbin of Laddonia are stu dents at the summer school in Columbia. Arthur Baxter of St. Louis, by next friend, wbb given a verdict in the Audrain Circuit Court last week for $4,750 against the Tran sit Co. for injuries to his person in a street car accident. The district League 'conference of the M. E. church, South, has been in session ot Auxvasse this week. Paul Pritchett and Misses Blanche Elliott and Irraa Johnson were the delegates from the Mex ico church. Among those who have been in vited to address the people at Har din Park in this city on July 4th are Hon. Walter Williams of Col umbia, ex-State Senator E. W. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 June 1903

Hoxico Hisscuri TJcccago JOHN SXUi, Pwkllitu. MCXICO KIB30UW Khamrock doesn't seem to be a Tory lucky Dame for a yacht. Don't give up. As a usual thing. Fate ia kindest to the man that Cghu Lack. When men get together they talk hop; when women meet they talK stopping. Russia doesn't want Manchuria. So many people are looking that It Isn't convenient. Birds are said to be Hetty Green's favorite pets. But she la not throw ing money at them. Now that the smallpox perm has been discovered, steps should be taken to vaccinate him at once. Why Is It that so many really pret Ty girls seemingly cannot keep their Fboes from running over at the heel? Blessed are the women who do not talk and thrice blessed are those who are in the came room with them. It Is evident that Andrew Carnegie will have to give it away faster, un less something happens to clog his In take. Agricultural dreamer.you may not be able to hitch your wagon to a star, but 7011 can hitch your plow to an auto mobile. There is a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 June 1903

Naval Reserve Shot V J. S. Bratton Arrested i ' ' l III I I IT I nil" 1 Alleged DIKe Cutters Surrender to Force of. Militia That Was Ordered Out After the Fight St. Louli: Clifford Hambley of 1938 Paptn street, 8t Louis, was shot and killed between 9 and 10 o'clock Sat urday night while doing polios duty at Winstanley Park, East St. Louis. ; John 8. Bratton, the wall-known Ihorse-mati, 'who was one ot the party that fired the shot which resulted In the young man's death, was arrested. 'Thlrty-alx of. Bratton'a companions were also arrested and taken to the military camp now maintained on the . East Side. Bratton Uvea at Rock Road and the Terminal belt railroad in the eastern part of East St. Louis, the section anowns as Winstanley. The city giroper is protected from floods by a diko at that point. ; It was reported during the evening that in order to relieve his own prop erty Bratton intended to cut the em ' toankment, thus allowing the water to flow In on East St. Louis from .the e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 June 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beiil, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Postoftlco t Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 18, 1903 Christian Politicians. "The answer to the Rev. Mr. Brook'B query, "Con n Christian be a Politician! "is 'Can a Politi cian be a Christian!' says the St. Louis Republic. "We may con clude that, theoretically, very few Christians are politicians, and that, judging from experience, very few politicians are Christians. "No doubt jt is possible, and very desirable as well, the good Christians should become politi cians and take aggressive part in public affairs. But, whether the politician can, by any process, be come an exemplary Christian, re mains, and may remain, an unde termined problem. "The brightest prospects for governmental redemption are not offered by the politician. His promises are brilliant, and his pledges roost solemn, but his pub lic acts have not a high average of efficiency. Perhaps, however, he would be bett...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 June 1903

THE MESSAGE Thursday; june is, 1903 tt HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Gene Null 1ms moved bis family here from Cedar City. Miss Susie Grim is now with Fredetidall & Wilkins department Btore. ; The new Catholic church at Centralia ia to be dedicated next Sundayi Miss Martha Shea has resigned her position as principal of the Mexico High school. Rev. Jacob Dialer of Louisville, Ky., is to hold a revival meeting at Santa Fe next week. , ,- The Mexico school census shows an increase of 156 in the number of school children-over last year. Miss Lottie Parker, who has been attending school iu Mexico, left Tuesday for her home at Wag oner, I.JT. Luther C. McCall and Miss Mar tha C. Hale of Shamrock. Calla way county, were granted mar riage license this week. County Assessor J. M. Sipple will have V. II. MeCue to be his assistant in finding county proper- ty for taxation this year. Dan Quinlan is to be the new postmasterat Molino, Erma Ilei- zer resigned. Mr. Quinlan will make a spleudid officia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 June 1903

THE AAID sf MAIDEN LANE Scijuel to Tlo Bow of Orange Ribbon." ' ' v ' A LOVE STORY BY (Com,ht. im, br 3 f CHAPTER XII (Continued.) "Prior little fish!" answered Annie. Tory could not cry out, or plead with T"i. or bp(t for their lives, because they were dumb and opened not their Mouths, they were wounded and strangled to death." 'Don't say such things, Annie. How '- I enjoy my sport If you do?" "I don't think you ought to enjoy report which Is murder. You have your -wherry to sail. Is not that sport awogh? I have heard you say noth ; fac ttiat floats on fresh water, can beat Norfolk wherry." Then Hyde and Mary had a game of nadUedore, and she watched them toes in the gayly painted corks, until amid their light laughter and merry talk she 'fell asleep. And when she awakened ' it was sunset, and there was no one In ". tier room but her maid. She had slept ' long, but In spite of its refreshment, she bad a sense of something uneasy. Then she recalled the story Mary Darner bad told her,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 18 June 1903

0UTICURA SOAP The World's Greatest Skin Soap. The World's Sweetest Toilet Soap. ' Sals Greater TUan tie World's Proflnct of Oilier StinSGaus. Sold Wherever Civilization Has Penetrated. 'Millions of the world's best peopla Bo Cotlcara Soap, assisted by Cutlcura Ointment, the great skin care, for pre serving, pnrlfylDg and beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing rod, rough and soro hands, for baby rashes, itchlngs and dialings, for annoying Irritations, or too free or offenslre perspiration, for ulcerative weaknesses, and many sanative, anti septic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women, especially moth ers, as well as for all the purposes of the toilet, bath and nursery. Cutlcura Soap combines delicate emollient properties derived from Cutl ' cura, the great skin cure, with the pur est of cleansing lnsredlents and the most refreshing of flower odours. No other med...

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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. — 18 June 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1903 Trrmt of Nttbiicriptiotn Ono year 91. UO 81 1 Months SO Throe Months 2S DftVID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON. COPVRIOIIT 1113 BT NOAH ft. JOU.NSTOX, roTOPricK: routk 2, laddonia, mo. CIIAP. XII. Historic pictures COM'MBIA. The town of Columbia, Mis eouri, is situated about nine miles northeast of the Missouri river, which turbid stream can be seen from the dome of the University. The Hinkson creek drains the eastern part of the town, while the branches of Bonne Femme drain the south and Perche the north west. Those who laid off the city made a wide street running east and west naming it "Broadway." They began on the west suburb and numbered the streets from 1 to 7 or 8 that crossed this Broad way, running north and south. Then began naming streets" from either settlers or some name fan cied by those who added to the town, sometimes from Presidents or Generals. When Congress made her gift to the state of laud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 June 1903

lintfl WSTOtllCXI. BAO MEXICO Mis Mm SOUR! VOLUME IV.' MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1900. NUMBER 34 . HAPPENED and " SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Claude C. Carter of near Gant is the proud father of a new Bon. - Gray Wilson of Molino paid thia office a business call Saturday, lie says they all like the Mes sage out his way. ' Mr. A, W. Kokendoffer, the father of Rev. A. W. Koktndoffer of thiB city, died at his home at Bramblett, Ky., last Friday. ' Jesse Davis was here last week from Marshall, lie lives in that town, lias been hankering to again own sopie Audrain real es tate. ' The remains of 8. C. Yeager, drowned at the C. & A. pump house east of this city last week, were taken to Louisiana for inter ment. Roy Hixson and wife are back from a trip to Montana for Mrs. much improved. They are Bettled on their new farm near Auxvasse. " Rev.. Henry Teller Cocke, rector of the Episcopal church in this city, has received a call to" the church at Bristol, Pa,.'. .Bro....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 June 1903

Llcxico f.Iissouri f.Icssagc JOHN BEAU Publiiber. MEXICO MISSOURI A stumbling block bffomci step- pint stone If you know bow to use It The New York teachers ar evident ly tired of peaking softly without a big stick. . Next thing you know the Cblnt nen will be Insisting on tbelr right to have appendicitis. . The Washington Post Incidentally remarks that silence Is essential to successful Ashing. That Nebraska cyclone was almost as fatal as the Paris-Madrid motor race, and not any swifter. Tbe man who wore a ailk hat In Texas might have escaped with bis life If he hadn't ordered lemonade. Four tutor students and a professor have been arrested at Yale for assault ing one man. Brave fellows! It Is rumored that Schwab is III again. Some of these stories must be very disappointing to his doctor. One unfortunate thing about the baseball business is that this season's pennants cannot be awarded right now, The stogie trust has suddenly in creased Its capital stock from $5,000 to $11,976,000....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 June 1903

Peter I. Promotes Assassins Assistants Promotes Treacherous Officers Who Admitted the Butchers Belgrade: The army officers who took part In the assassination of King 'Alexander and Quen Draga are al- .ready receiving promotions, ostensibly from King Peter. Tire appointment of iLleutenant Colonel Mlschltz as com mandant of the military district at Bel 'grade carries with It promotion to a Lcolonelcy. . Colonel Popovltch of King Alexander's palace guard has been pro Imoted to be a general and senior aid to King Peter. Captain Kostltch, jwho opened the palace gates to the 'Conspirators, has been made a major, lieutenant Oroultch, who commanded the guard outside tire palace on the night of the murders, has received a captaincy. The last three form the Imllltary deputation that was sent to Geneva to formally notify King Peter of his selection. ' It has not been ascertained whether IKIng Peter really made these promo tions, and it Is suggested that the war 'Office announced them on Its ow...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 June 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, Entorod at th Postoftlce at Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1903 If you were a cnudidate for Gov ernor, would you want Dick Speed's indorsement? Away with any sidetracking scheme; Folk or some mnu of his makeup for Governor. That's us. The Message was in great de innnd by the Mexico public last week. But the paper is always in demand. We publish "all of the news that is fit to print all the time." Red liquor got that fellow's life in the covered wagon up north of Ccntrnlin the other day; but that's nothing, don't you hear of red li quor getting somebody every week not a hundred miles away! The Riverside Scripture Insti tute isllooking for permauent head quarters. The Commercial Club of Mexico aud other citizens would do well to take steps to have the Institute locate in this city. Read auother article elsewhere iu this puper in reference to this Insti tute. The Governor remains silent and...

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