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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 June 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1903 7 uimtriurn nun uinnrumn m A. II. Whitney is on the sick list. George Laforce and family who moved to California will return to this city to live. The fence factory of (, VV. Pel sue at Centralia was destroyed by fire a few days ago. The criminal docket for this term of the Circuit Court is ad journed to the September term. The Auxvasse and Ceutralia cornet bands will make music for Mexico's Fourth of July celebra tion. Peter Harper of Rush Hill goes to Saline county in a few days to superintend the erection of a large dwelling house. A heavy rainfall in this section last Sunday night. Hail in the vi cinity of Molino did some damage to corn and oats. The new Catholic church at Cen tralia was dedicated last Sunday. Father Randall of Columbia deliv ered the dedicatory address. An obituary on the death of Mr. James Browning, furnished by our Santa Fe correspondent, will appear in these columns next week. Elzea Harrison .near Benton City brought a sam...

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. — 25 June 1903

THE AAID af AUIDEN llANE Sequel to " The Bow of Orange Ribbon." A LOVE STORY BY (Coprrliht, I0, br CHAPTER XIII (Continued.) ' Tht la so, but I think her life waa worth a few word. And Thomn Jefferson- aaya ahe wa ten thousand times welcome to the protection his atajne pave her. I thank my Ood I never had such temptation. Over righteous we must not he, Lysbet" "I am astonished, also. I thought Areata would cry out and that only." "What a man or a woman will do .and suffer, and how they will do and Buffer, no one knowi till comes some .great occasion. All the human heart wants is the chance." "As men and women have in Paris to live, I wonder me, that they can wish to live at all! Welcome to them must be death." "So wronK are you, Lysbet. Trouble and hardship make us love life. A seat they give to It. It was not from lit Jews In exile and captivity, but from the Jews of Solomon's glory -came the only dissatisfied, hopeless -words In the Bible." "To-morrow, Jorls. ! will go and see Are...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 June 1903

r Mrs. Laura L. Barnes, Wash ittft on, D. C, Ladies Auxiliary to Burnside Post, No. 4, Q. A. Rn recommends Lydia E. Pinkbara's Vegetable Compound. . ' la diseases that come to women only, as a role, tbe doctor in called In, some time several doctors, but still matters go from bad to . worse ; bnt I have never known, of a case of female weak ness whlck was not helped when Lydia E.. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound was used faithfully. For young women .who are subject to headaches, backache, irregular or pain ful periods, and nervous attacks due to the severe strain on the system by some organio trouble, and for women of advanced years in the most trying time of life, ft serves to correct every trouble and restore a healthy action of all organs of the body. Lydia K.Plnk ham's Vegetable) Compound is a household reliance in my home, and I would not be with out it. In all my experience with this medicine, which covers years, I have found nothing to equal it and al ways recommend it." Mr. I....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 25 June 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1903 Tmn$ of Ifubscription: One year M-m Six Month - M Three Month.,.. ." 2 DMIDMOSES HIE POEM OF LIFE H THE FOOTPRINTS CF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON. COfVHKIHT l!KO BV IfoAII 8. JOHNSTON. roiTopruE: iioutk 2. laddoxia, mo. Our. Xin. Pen Portraits on Historic Canvas. Before the Civil War, on com ing from the South to Columbia, at Broadway Btood the Methodist church. The good brethren had bought n fine bell. Not having a cupola or towor, they had a strong frame of long beams and hung the bell not morn than twenty or twenty-five feet from the ground. Its rich tones were heaid in all the country around. David Moses loved its sweet melody and the as sociated work and worship to which it was calling. The peaceful slumberers of Col umbia were one night puzzled to hear the Methodist bell ring out, "Come, come, oh come." Some pnpposed the call was to a fire, but no blaze greeted the eye. Many gathered around the church and ntill the bell rang. No sexton was pul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 July 1903

in .1 . . Missouri Mes VOLUME IV. . MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1903. NUMBER 35 sage. $ HAPPENED and 80ME UOCAL AND COUNTY Tobe Teague, north of Farber, is reported by the Forumr as "one of the best farmers in this section." Lewis McKee, to relieve W. L. Harper, that he may take a rest for his health, is now agent for the Pacific Express Co. in this city. E. R. Coatsworth and family, late of this county, are now locat ed on a ranch near Fort Luptdu, Colorado. Tbey are prospering and getting along in the world. Miss Ruth Lemon, who attended the M. P. S. the past terra here, is now at her home in Ren ick, Mo. Iler friends are glad she will likely return this fall. Little Miss Alice Ci(uthorn, of this city, visiting at Eastern re sorts with her uncle, is afflicted with the smallpox.' Caught the disease while on thenars traveling. R. Walters, northwest of Rush Hill, is said to have the brag wheat field of the county. lie has 20 acres, and it is thought it will av...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 July 1903

Mexico Missouri Message JOHN BEAU rubllsher. MEXICO MISSOURI tungiana nu placed Islands on the red. three more Sir Thomas is still sanguine. H has the temperament that character izes his race. A new office has been made for Wn Ting fan. Nothing In China was big enough for blra. Henry Watterson declares that there is no ideal public life. Is thero any ideal private life? Another exploration party will set forth in Pennsylvania presently in search of the telegraph poles. Anthony Hope Is going to get mar ried. Oood-by to the Dolly Dialogues. Thoy will all be monologues alter this. Typewriters are now made to write in twenty-six different languages but the language of love is not one of them. It is to be hoped that Sir Thomas Llpton Is being kept fully informed as to the remarkable performances of the Reliance. President Dial will accept another four years' term In Mexico. Or, more properly speaking, the Mexicans will accept It. That earthquake in Asiatic Turkey with 2,0UO dead to its c...

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

"Lord Barrinton is Charged With Murder Practically Admits Ilia Guilt in Connection With th - Murder of His Friend McCann St Louts: In a warrant issued by justice Isaac W. Campbell of Do Ho dlamont, F. Seymour Barrlngton 1s charged with tbe murder of McCann, his friend and companion, who has been missing for several days. The warrant was issued lata Sunday night. it was read to Harrington by Deputy Sheriff Bellalrs. Harrington made . no comment - on the Issuance of the warrant. He bad anticipated It. Justice Campbell named July 8 as the date for the pre liminary ' examination. Barrlngton waived the hearing, however, and will await the action of the St. Louis County Grand Jury. ' The warrant was issued at Clayton, Justice Campbell going there at the request of the Sheriff. Identification by Mr. MoGann. "There's the sweetest man that ever lived." These were the words uttered by Mrs. James P. McCann 8unday after noon as she looked upon the remains of her husband as they lay under tbe br...

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

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Ileal, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at th Postofllce at Mexico, Mo., ii second-class mattor. THURSDAY. JULY 2, 1903 Judge Elliott M.Hughes. When a good man dies all the world is loser. Ten minuteB to 10 o'clock yes terday niorniuff the news flashed over the wires from Montgomery City that Hon. E. M. Hughes, Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, composed of the counties of Audrain, Montgomery, Lincoln. Warren and St. Charles, had been cnlled iid to the Higher Court, be fore the Judge of all on the Jearth. The Message recounted last week that Judge Hughes had suf fered n paralytic stroke while hold ing court here, collapsing on the bench and having to be assisted to his hotel. The next day he was taken on a stretcher to the train and to his home at Montgomery City. While on the train he ex pressed the fear that he would not reach home alive. Never at any time did he rally to any extent that gave much hopes for his ulti mate recovery. .Tud...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 July 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, - JULY 2, 1903 XX HAPPENED uirnrnwf? J" Corn is selling for 40 cents a bushel out at Itowena. , Miss Nora Ilumphries will teach the Union school next winter. Rev. K. M. Deane was taken dangerously ill again last Sunday. Mis Laura Johnson will teach in the Washington district next win ter. Eld. W. II. Hook preached at Farber last Sunday. Two addi tions to the church. . - . The Mexico Poultry Co. is erec ting a large addition to their poul try house near the depot. Willard Potts will serve as Mar shal of the. Day for the celebra tion here next Saturday. . Hou. E. M. Richmond will be the orator of the day for Mexico's big Fourth of July celebration next Satuday. Frank Cauthorn of Itowena is taking a course of siudy in the Gem City business College at Quincy. Eld. W. H. Hook united in marriaere Miss Annie Marshall of this city and Mr. Gus Allen of St. Louis, last week. The vouner men of Mexico are organizing a post of the State Guard here. About twenty have signed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 July 1903

Missouri TRIALS RESULT IN ACQUITTAL. Henry Stratman and William Broad trick Set Free at Vienna. Vienna, Mo.: Tbe two murder cases, BfJa vs. Henry Stratman and Stat vs. William Broaderlck, tried bore at the. special terra of the Circuit Court, last week, both ended In acqulttala. if rat man shot and kllhed Tboodore I)ryie In the former'a borne, eight miles north of here, last February, and Brorderlck abot Hena Watson In a saloon brawl at Belle, this oounty. In Marh. Tfce case attracted considerable at tvntln. but the evidence In neither was sufficient to Justify conviction. Drsse, It waa claimed, had invaded Sirattnan's home. TTn other killing was the result of a drunien brawl. Watson, who at the time 'Was barkoeper In Wlnkelmeyer'a salon at Pelle. commenced the as sault by throwing beer bottles and glasls at Broaderlck, who drew hK platrl and killed Mm at thn first Are. Broaderlck was Constable of Jefferson Townhlp. TEST OF JUVENILE COURT ACT. Habae Corpus Case Involves Constitu tio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 July 1903

trv A " ' ' So says Mrs. Josie Irwin, of 325 So. College St., Nashville, Tenn., of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Never in the history of medicine has the demand for one particular remedy for female diseases equalled that at tained by Lydia 1. Pi nit ham's Vegetable Compound, and never during the lifetime of this wonderful medicine has the demand for it been so pi-eat as it is to-day. From the Atlantic to the Tacific, and throughout the length and breadth of this great continent come the f?lad tidings of woman's sufferings relieved by it, and thousands upon thousands of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that St will and posi tively does cure the worst forms of female complaints. Mrs. Pinkham Invites all wo men who are puzzled about their health to write her at Lynn, Maws., for advice. Such corre Rpondence Is seen by women only, and no charge is made. blood nouns Skin faours, Scaip Humours. Hair Huwrs, Wiistfcsr Simpts Scrofulous or Hereditary Speedily Cured b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 July 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 2. 1903 Term of NHbscription: One year Six Months w Three Month 23 DAVID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IH THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON. COrVRIOHT HH lir NOAH . JOHNSTON. rosTorncr.: houtk 2, i.adiwma, mo. Chap. Xiv. Pen Portraits on Historic Canvas. Lesson 8. David Moses was going home frora.Columbia in "ye olden time," when his ear caught the sound of a violin. Listening he heard the tune of "Old Dog Tray." It was twilight. The lamps were lit. Looking to the house from which the sound proceeded he saw a stu dent with violin in hand-books lying around on the table forgot tenpouring his soul out in mu sic. David, in mind, was going over S. C. Foster's words The morn of life i last. Ami evening comes at lust. It lirhiR t mi llicdri'iim of aonoo happy day. Of merry form Iv' seen I" pun tlio village green. Sorting with my old clog Tray. Old dog Tray's ever faithful. (irief cannot drive him a way; He's gentle, he Is kind; I'll never, never titid . A bet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 July 1903

STATT! TTTSTOtTf'AT. Soft. Mexico 7AT m 1VT VOLUME IV. HAPPENED and HAPPENING. mmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmimmmmBmsmammmammmmmm SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Mrs. Wm. Clark dalia last week. ; died in Van- Robert McMauaway of Mt. Carmel neighborhood has moved to Vandnlia. Mrs. E." A. Ellis; of near Skin ucr, has been the guest of Mexico relatives and friends the past three weeks. Rev. E; L. ,' Rogers of Farber is to conduct a revival meeting at New llope Baptist church, near Thompson, . this month. Eight camps of laborers have beeu formed between this place aud Wellsville to push the work of the . Burlington cut-off railroad. . Clareuee Adkins, a civil eu giueer during service on. the World's Fair grounds in St. Louis, spent the Fourth in this city,' the guest of his grandfather, Mr. J. M. Beagles. , Dr. W. W. Macfarlane, coroner of Audrain county, has been elect ed surgeou-iu-charge of the ex Confederate Home at Higgiusville. He accepts the place and goes to his work in few days. - Omar Fisher ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 July 1903

.Mexico r.1isscuriF.!cssago JOHN BEAL, Publisher.. MEXICO MISSOURI A talkative friend Is often mora dangdroua than a silent enemy. China admits that In the door busi ness Russia practically has a cluch. The bolo rush wonld appear to be pretty nearly a strenuous as the cane rush. The message will get there wntle you are saying Marconlgraph. Think up a shorter one.. . , The racing automobile Is the dead liest toy that mtllionalrlsm has ever amused itself with. Japan does not seek war with Rus sia, but It cherlfbes the hope that war may be forced upon It Miss LHtU-boy Is to bo married, ac cording to a Los Angeles paper. Many happy returns of the day! It's curious how many sizes larger a woman's feet grow on her way from the shoe shop to her home. Daniel J. Sully has made bo much money "handling" cotton that he haa gut to go to Europe to spend it. The astrouomers have formed a trust. Within another year the people will have to pay dearly to look heaven ward. Patrons of the Roman amphith...

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

Coroners Jury Holds N Darrington for Murder IVerdlcti Strong as It Could Be Made, Failed to Excite i Prisoner. "Who Said He Expected It St Louis: Frederick Seymour Bar Kington, mora commonly known us "Lord" Barrington, u held for the taurder of James P. McCann by a Cor oner' Jury at Clayton Thursday. ' The verdict of the Jury waa . M fetrong at tt could be made. Barrlng tton said, after It had been returned, (that he bad not expected anything (else. He admitted that' the circum stances precluded any other decision. Sle refused to testify, and nobody tea med In his behalf. . The most Important evidence of the day waa given by Thomas Coleman, a' Bagman for the Wabash railroad, and William Mott and Frank Perry, em ployes of the St. Louis, St. Charles land Western Street Railway Company. Coleman's testimony was of a dra matic character.' He said he heard a tshot fired over in the direction of the tone quarry where McCann's body twas fo and, about 11 o'clock the night of the murder. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 July 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor, Entered at th Pontofflc at Mexico, Mo., as second-class matter. THURSDAY. JULY 9, 1903 Drive the money changers and boodlers from Missouri's oapitol The editor of J he Ccntrnlia Guard, Adam Rodemeycr, follows the Message in the nomination of Joseph Folk for governor. The "Iowa idea" is growing among the Republicans; even the whole administration at Washing ton is not able to keep the move down. The Louisiana Press says that Sam Cook has usually been consid ered pretty smooth but lately he has several corrugations on his slippery place. A foreign attorney will some times come to town and take a case iu law and he soon knows more about the matter iu hand than all the witnesses pro or con. Lon V. Stephens, ex-Governor, told Circuit Attorney Folk in St. Louis this week that Col. Ed. But ler offered him $20,000 if he(Steph ens) would appoint his son, Jim Butlor.to the office of Excise Com missioner of St.Louis. Now, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 July 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 9 1903 O HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. ?J Farber sent up a nice delegation to attend the celebration. Dr. A. M. on the nick Patterson has been list for two weeks. Hon. U. F. Clark has bought the W. J. Rixey property in South Mexico, payiug $4,000.. Mrs. Mary Wilson of Vandalia is here for treatment at the Mexico Osteopathic Sanitarium. St. Clair Emmons of this city is now connected with the Call published at Excelsior Springs. Robert Rowland, of near Cen tralia, will teach in the Good water district next winter, near Roweua. What is it they are telling on that mail carrier to Long Branch who gets his beef cooked before he starts from town! iCharlie Kimbal and bride, mar ried at Ceutralia a few days ago, left this week for their future home in Washington State. A special circuit judge will be called to pass on the motion for a change of venue in the case of the State vs. C. A. Barnes. C. S. Campbell has moved his family back to Mexico from St. Louis. Mr. Campbell...

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

3 Missouri TATE MUSIC TEACHERS. Next Session of This Body Will Be Held In St Louis. . ' Jefferson City, Mo.: A "round ta 1e" vii had at the Missouri Bute Mnsto Teachers' Association. In the afternoon Miss Harriet T. Barm, of Kansas City, gave an organ recital, rendering selections from the compo sitions of Bach, Chopin, GuilmanL Wagner, Merkle and other of the mas ters. Friday evening a splendid pro gram was presented. St. Louis was chosen as the place for holding the next meeting, but this was conditional upon the holding of the World's Fair In 1904. Should there be a postponement of the Fair witil the following year, the next meeting is to go to St. Joseph. The following officers were" elected, H. E. Rice, manager of the Koerner Garden In St. Louis, who had served four years as secretary:treaaurer, being per mltted to resign, though under pro test of the association: President, Mrs. W. D. Steele of 8edalla; secretary and treasurer, Murty Murray of St Louis; program committee Mrs. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 July 1903

THE FREE KIDNEY DOCTOR. It's t)i pea p la w ilonlii ent beenma ctrail whi in thy ilonht who Craiae Ltoala's I I lis til lhMl, Auhlna back are esctri. Hip, tmt-k, anil loin tiatns OTcrconia. Bwelllnaf f the limbs and , dropsy signs yam tun. Th-y coowt urine with brick dust stwUnxuit. hlarh colored, pain in pamdnir, drthblinjr, frequency, bfd walling. Dawn's Kiuiy Pills mmova calculi and a:racl. Katiere avart paltHaMi alnrplraanna, haalacfat ficrvousnnaa, d lix il . TaYiiiuiviu.h, Mi. "I trWxi every thing for a Mh bark and irot no rc'lef until I I boon s Mils." J. N. Lewis. rJCJ Pills, I j II Ml ! I o. I TATC - Fw frwa trial bat. mall tnu ooujwa to Frwfair-Millmru l., Buffalo. N. Y. if abn-t Tar la iaavfflclaat, wrtM sddraas uo aapa rat alia. The mini yea this trial fraa la baeaaae thajr ewra Hldaejr Uls suwl will srat it ta yon. Wist Bwr, Mtob. Dnan's IMncjr fills hit the caaa, ahw-a was so unusual (Wira to urtoathad U rH up (le orals times of anight, 1 ihlnft diabetes was wMi un dr ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 9 July 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1903 Terms of ifulscriplion: Ono yrar .11.00 Kit Month no Thrpo Month ' 2S DftVIDMOSES THE POEM OF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. rY TOM BENTON. IWVHimiT 1!3 BT NOAH K. JOUXftTOJf. rOfcTOFFICBI ROUT 2. I.ADDOSIA. MO. Chap. Xiv. Pen Tohtraits on Historic Canvas. Lesson 4. F. D. Sherman makes this con fession : W'Uon I was young 1 mado a vow To kocp youth In my hoart as long As thf-ro wore birds upon thn hoiiRh To gladilfii mi with wing: To h'lirn what lectin Lift' niljrlit (tin1. To do my duty mlnaw. To lovn my fri-ul?. to laugh, and live. Not holding Death In awe. So all my lyric sing of Joy, And shall until my lips uro mute; In old ago as happy as a boy To whom (iod gave the Juto. David Moses had very similar thoughts, for life was so rich in poetic thought that he had little time to be gloomy. His father was ever teaching him the good ness of God. as illustrated in the Providence of every day life. His soul was so full of poetry and song that D...

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