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Having decided Id dissolve
partnership, we will si'll to the
highest bidder ul w hat is Know n
as tilt' L. iv Moody farm, ;l Miles
southeast of Mexico atlil 7 lililcs
west of Punton Cit. mi Friday.
October IS, l;tl the follow na
tive Stock : 14 i end of IliIms ali i
mules. Consisting ot oio- dial!
horse, 4 j ears old, well broke;
o':e tL'il't mare, 4 year-' old; one
soiii ! mure, ! e.ns old. in foal to
I. M. I'owell. of Kolla. Mo, is
lieie on a visit to relatives. 11c is
thinking of locating in .M.ai.-.i.
M i v II i:. Trnex, of St. Louis,
is visiting her mother in this city,
M rs. ( 'lamlia bh nsun.
I .Mrs i: II, ,.;!,,. 1,'e
Iv. now oi Hollywood.
celebrate their n;li
:iiiliiel'sni (he 'JMh of
, 1 i : I s ,
'a!i.. w i
I .' 1 , 1 1 M
hol'M' ; o: ' sorrel horse,
old, broki to all harness ;
i i li.'se yea ' I n .! I . n:i
slolle earlli'LT eo!t ;
' ' : ti o i 'a i
m. I es and 1 1. l i e Ii
I , LT 'O'! i o" s ( 'oTisist o
l'n r'l;i ''. luileh cows. ( .lei
i v calling i.ei.'ers and '.' yenii
s 1 I'.S.
I head of h
i;' sow and ."(
si. o. lis running
i' o 1,'nssell is hiiildiiiLT a
i.iL'e J 1 1 I'miiIoii ('ity and is get
' ni-j ready, in earnest, fo look
aiti r ail kinds nt" anli. mobile re
gs. ( oiisist idg
pies. "Jd h.'ad of
from Ci to 1 ()
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l. T. -J
NOTICE OF THE SUBMIS
fclON OF A ROPOSITION TO
, THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF
A UDK AIN COUNTY, MISSOURI,
rOE THE TURPOSE OF AU
.'HORIZING THE INCURRING,
, ! f'.Y SAID COUNTY, OF A BOND-
FD INDEBTEDNESS, IN THE
ijJM OF TWENTY-FIVE
THOUSAND DOLLARS, FOR
THE PURPOSE OF BUILDING
liZVt JAIL AT MEXICO, MISSOURI.
i .noih o is lion nv given that on
esdav, November otll. l!llL'. nt
the (Jeliei'iil Kleetion for St ate and
a proposition will
to tin, ,,,,-.':f;..,i
M-"-om.i.,l with. 1 vot. rs ..f Au.l.;.i,. County, Mis
begins at 10 ''I'-'k-1 sonri. for the purpose of aiithoriz
"" ill! the incurring l.v C Iv
lilison. Auctioneer. !f i,,,,,,!..,! ;.i,.i., i..t. ;.. ,i'...
-. i iiiiii iii. in, j,, iiit:
p "i:r et I a good I'olaild
i i.M.i boar.
! bead of good bl eeding ew es.
!i:.s: All sn ins of $10.00 and
. . i
; a;i sums itiiove inaiirp
montlis time with bank-
a -i i i r it i in eresi. . a.
' oinity ofllftTs
i in be removed until i . . .,, ,
iin SI I Ml I I I I I
The Value of a Watch is in the Service it Gives
Wc know this so wrll (lint wo liavo our wtitclii's luiilt
'sici iiillv for service; under the supervision of an ex
erl who knows the requirements of service.
You Cam Carry a Special Worrell Watch
every d.iy in tlie week, all over the farm, do any
kind of work and if it; is wound regularly you'll
liti'l it kcciiir time with our Chronometer when
you come and compare it.
We are Selling an Unusually Good
Special Worrell Watch
of the .Jeweled rr;e in a year oll filled case for
$J0.0. Other watches. "?1 toloO.OO.
"Step In And Look Around"
WORRELL, The JEWELER
On the Corner Of Mexico
i i - m
Notico of Final Settlement
Nolieo lnreby given to nil
creditors and others interested in
the estiile of Snrali A. Ibiskett, de
feased, that the undersigned
executor of said estate intends to
make a final settlement thereof, at
the next term of the I'robnte
Court in the County of Audrain,
Missouri, to be holden nt the
Court House in the City of Mex
ico, in said County, on the second
Monday in November, 1012.
T. J. Hnskett, Kxeeutor of the
estate of Snrnh A. Haskett, I)e-
R. 0. McPHEETERS
Licensed Einlmlnier. Kijrht.
lenrs Experience. Work
( 1 u urn n teed. Complete Line
ot Undertaking (Joods.
Hionc, Store .l.'t
Niifht l'hone. 78
Azdell Furniture Co.
Llewellyn & Sons
nwaoni ii in ji
.. . i
sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dol
lars. f-J."..(M)0) for the purpose of
building a new Jail at the City of
M xieo. the Contitv Seat of said
Mmii iroiuei Cit v
1 i'li'i'niaii. s:; vear
ui .M.s. (. . MriUn.j(.(lUlltVi 8ni(, )0tl(ls to ,,e issntll
lied a 1. u .lays afO at I fol. .. ,.:, ,lf tu.n
four and five years, and bear in
t..i...ft ti ....... ...... .......
, imii m nil. Klir ill nil' in vt'lll
:vioi:ce of Final Settlement. I -,. . .. , .i
"" ..in; . J (Hlillllll III.- III-
crease of tax lew caused bv said
in! ui .o rs interested in j illd,.i,tPln.SHi )o b(. six ( (! )' cents
: .b.: I. I .....swell. de-,in ()ni ),,,.,.,, (1)1i)irs r.flOO .
the undersigned ad- .1SS,.SS0(, ,..,,. inI, , of
oi .aid '"'-Mii-:ilihlintr of the said new Jail not
"" 11 :u al tl-.-i''"t tl(. Sllm of Tw,.,ltv.Fivi.
next ..ini ot thejTll(nsmi(1 ,,())rs , .-..iitMh .
ui-.. ii. ountv ot ; i i ... ... .
I .1 IS 1 . Ill .11. ... i ...I-..- .11 .IIP
County Court, do hereby certify
' 1 . above and foreirointr to be n
file e..i - ul tlie .r.ler .if mililieii- I
Nov ember, j,;,,,, .iS ,,y 0ip s;li(, CoUMtv j
1 "lil t, on the Jlid dav of Septem-I
I ii.-r, lI'lL'. as the same appears of.
i . 1:1 s . 1 1 i
in. be huldiii
as.- in 1 he City oi
oi.iitv. on the
liev. J. U. Harvey, rector of
the Kjiiscop.d ihurch, is holding
i.liious services at the Old
Ladies' Home every other Sunday
in the an, ,'il ii.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Cobb, of
Missoula, Mont., are visiting Mrs.
Cobb's sister in this city, Mrs. Oie
J. A. V. Boyd, of Callaway
county, visited his son in this city
this week, It. A. l'myd.
Lige Watts plead guilty to a
charge of forgery in the Circuit
Court Monday ami was sentenced
to 12 months in jail and after
wards was paroled.
(Jeorge Russell and wife and lit
tle son, Lloyd, of Denton City paid
the Message a pleasant call a few
Mrs. I'hena Stacey, of this city,
is attending the national W. C. T.
V. convention iu Portland, Ore.
Kate A. Cogswell,
slliee a p..
nillted ill i.U
I'.a. hr has
I. v. i;.
i ! . in .M
...1 in my oiiiee.
Wi'ioss my hand and seal of
.aid Court, done at ofliee in Mex
ieo, this oth day of S. iteuibei',
Seal J. I;. (Jraham.
. rk of the Audrain County
From the Emmons Herd Counts
ti i Kiii
Annual Short-horn Sale
Mexico, November 14
15 Young Hulls tind 25 Cows and Heifers
iFlle Your Orders For Catalog.
S. P. Emmons & Son, Mexico, Mo.
Ladies and Gentlemen
, 1 am now ready at
Worcester to do your
'hlMChmith and repair
v. -.rk. H tr.se and mule
shnci specialties. I
'am not afraid of work.
Drop in and bring your
Mr. S. J. S,
Maud House were
ti."'e ill Mexii-o
.link- W. W I'.ni
af. r and Mius
united in mar
.s ..tliei.ll i 1 1 Lf .
Mrs. Ellen Mason and Miss
Alieia Mason gave a dinner party
Friday in honor of Mrs. Potter of
Amarillo, Texas.,'and a children's
dinner party in honor of the first
birthday anniversary of little
Miss l'loreiiee Wiliiiuth Mason.
Christian Science Lecture.
First Church of Christ. Scien
tist, of M. xico. Mo., announces a
lite lecture on Christian .Science
by Frank II. Leonard, C. S. I;., of
Ciiicago, Illinois, member of the
'.'.;. !, ct L-cturesDIJ. of tb-
I'-i.r'.er Church. The First Church
i 'hrisi. Scientist, in liosUui.
7 lassaehusetls, I- ridas
net.d.. r ls'b. at - o'e!..eh
SMtement of Ownership
f Mexico Missouri Mc-isas;e,
.llbisl.ed Weekly at Mexico. Mo.
le.juired by the act of Congress
I Name oi' editor, publisher rod ji
! owner. Jot n Deal. ft
fPifR.vr. John P.e: I AS
; Sworn to and subseribejj In
; fore lae this 2"-th day of Sp.
. (Seall .Tnn. W. Howell.
; Notarv Publ
My e.i.iiiiiisii.n expires
Mrs. I-:. S. W ilsou and (Liii'di
lers. of Fulton, visited in this city
Sam Richards, colored, was
sentenced to three years in the
penitentiary Monday on Un
charge of assault with intent to
hill. Sam has been an inmate of
the pen before.
Mrs. Latney Marnes, of Amaril
lo, Texas., is isiting her parents
in this city, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
; is tlu nntiio of tho Lig fifteen
j tliottsninl dollar serial story
which will appear in The
i Weekly Knnsns City !Stnr soon,
Jfor the newspaper rights of
! which the author received $15,
:0(H). The story, pronounced
j the greatest this popular novel
ist has written, will not he pub
lished a hook until it has run
serially in this newspaper,
i The theme is the Italian
Mafia, and against that sinister
background the author has
i thrown the softer colors of an
; absorbing and fascinating love
story, The story, while tragic in
tone, has the humor, spright
liness and action that have
characterized his previous suc
cesses, "The Net" will be continued
in liberal installments each
week, with fifteen powerful
illustrations by Howard Giles.
The subscription pi ice of The
Weekly Kansas City Star is 2
cents a year.
Subscribe now and avoid
missing a copy.
The Weekly Kansas City Star
Kansas City, Mo.
Sam Wayne is critically ill. j
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
The stockholders of the Hank
if Hush Mill are hereby notified
that the Annual Stockholders'
Meeting will be held at their
hanking house, in Rush Mill,
County of Audrain, State of Mis
souri, on Monday, November 4th,
1!U2, at 9 o'clock a. in., for the
purpose of electing seven direct
ors to serve one year, and for the
purpose of attending to such
other business as may be properly
brought before it.
It. Chas. L. Stewart, Pres
Sheriff George Earnest, of
Montgomery City, and Mrs. Klla
Morris, also of Montgomery City
ame to Mexico Wednesday of
nist week and were united in mar
west :::: sqvars
THE HOME OF'
PARMA WOOD VIOLET
See Our Line!
To Collect Insurance
J. V. Howell, administrator ....
the estate of Mrs. Zo Walker win,
died Nov. 19, 1910, and Fred
Walker, Saxie Waters, and J. W.
Howell as guardian and curator
of Ralph, Bessie, William, Ethel
Homer and Rose Walker, a.e
plaintiffs in a suit against the
Modem Woodmen of America to
collect a $1,000 policy on the life
of E. L. Walker, husband of Mrs.
7.o Walker. All premiums on the
policy have been kept paid un in
it is said. The petition sets' forth
that E. L. Walker left this State
on the 8th day of April, 1905, and
jfor more than seven consecutive
j years thereafter, and up to and in
cluding the present time, has
j never returned, nor has any word
jbeen received from him by any
member of his family, and by
reason of this alleged fact, the
plaintiffs state that said E. L.
j Walker is presumed to be, and is,
The New State of
New Mexico Needs You
J . 13. Lowry
Sheet Iron Worker
UTH F POST OFi CE
Thousands of great opportuni
ties are going to waste for lack-
1 of people to embrace them.
i The Pecos VTalle,y is the most
j favored spot of tho new State and
of tho whole southwest.
Farming by Irrigation
Means all risks eliminated. o
drouths, no floods, no crop failure.
Do you want to better your
condition? If so, let me tell von
more about this land of sunshine
1 the glorious climate, the wonder-
mgp I ini opportunities. Act at once
r . .
utMwiu nie gionous opportunity
pusses! Investigate! Ask me.
I know quite a lot about this
country and will tell you the truth
in regard to it.
B. W. HALE
Lake Arthur, New Mexico'
Dr.C. M. COWHERD
Office, Farrill Livery Barn
Oltleo Phone.t'lty 10S Mutual 7
a. m. -r. a.
OP RUSH HILL, MO.
Ml.t!LS M.kn.luu a.;..!., nil ..
before tnl I ni.ioo In en. li mouth.
neugoua'e School House.
I). It. KOiaORS. Prosldmit.
VAL ELDIiL, J R., Sue.
No Guess Work
I will have a car of Northern
potatoes here at Rush Hill about
the 25tht of this month, at 70 cts.
per bu. These will be extra good
cookers and I will guarantee snt
1 is faction. Phone or write me your
! Peter Erdel .Tr TTurtiroro
CLARENCE A. BARNES
N..v. 1. W
T'ro.-..i;t iiiu' Atlorni-y E. S
;i':tt W fittincr up rooms over
firiffee & Martin's vtr.rt- which h-
eveijin,vji oc'-vij.y lifter .T;,n. 1st.
the ri.iirvh Edifice.
!:a!lv invivted to iitt.
K KIN A . r.TTM
i- l. -'. l.v "iv. r. .-r l:n
, ..in. nl 'if It.. . -I-,'.- .f M. II. V.-
I 11.-. ill'.'. .1. will lie lllM.il' Ht It..'
i,V' ii!n r '. I'll: ..f Ui.' lYot.iiIi' "ou !
' Aii'ii Vli l 'i..:il. Mi)-.iri. "II tin
- I ' li'i !n X . Mil !. l.'l.'.
V. II. y.-fu..
I A', rul.ir.
' .-t. .!. P'tl.
Hickory Nuts, also
Furs, Beeswax, Rub
ber at Highest
At Hitch Lot.
Mr. Arthur J. Pi-d.y and Mis, U
jAlvee Athev, I'dth of l-'iirher. :
were granted marriage license ii
Men feel differently about different
things. But no man can feel other
wise than perfectly satisfied when he
buys a bill of lumber from us. He
may know nothing about the grade
of lumber, but he does know that he
yets exactly what he buys, and sees
it before he buys and pays for it-big
item, isn't it? Should a mistake
occur it is cheerfully corrected. Our
grades are right and our prices are
riqht. There is no bill too large for
us to handle and none too small to
receive our most careful attention.
Our motto is, "A satisfied cus
tomer is the best advertisement,"
Geo. Ankrom, 10 yeras old. son
of A. T. Ankrom, of this city, was
kicked in the mouth by a horse
last Monday and lost two of his
Miss Xina (juisenbury is clerk
ing at Wren's Pharmacy.
Mrs. J. T. Cog -.well of CYnt-aiia
visited Mrs. R. P. Tinslev and
Mrs. E. F. Elliott, of this city,
j Money to Loan.
i I have n large sum of money to
iloan on farms at low rates and on
iia J. V. Ilowell, Mexico, Mo.
La Crosse Lumber Co.
Mexico, Santa Fe & Perry Trac
tion Co. (In effect Wednesday,
Week Day Schedule
Leaves Mexico Leaves Molino
1 :30 9 .an
I Sunday Schedule
I Leaves Mexico Leaves Molino
j 8:30 9 ..10
I 2 :00 3 .no
I 4 :00 5 .00
Southern Bnuk Jliilldlng.
1 liuve moiiuy to loan on
farms and town prop
erty at low rates and
o-stof tonus. Call or
8. 5. STOCK,
Alonzo C. Whitson
Notary Public . .
Over Stvingt Bank.
C A. WITHERSPOON,
MEXICO - Mo
Office i South Side of Squara
S. D. STOCKS
Attorney-aMa and Notary Public
E SIDE SiUAKE, MEXICO, MO.
The Farmers' Town Mutual
Fire Insurance Co.
Every dollar kept in circulation
In the community belpa increase
property values. Every dollar
sent out of this community, that
oould as well be spent here, hin
ders the wheels of progress and
helps build up some other com.
munity at your expense.
f ?e Jour P'operty Insured In
This Home Co., both In Town
and County. Fire Lightning;
W. L. FOWLES, Sec'y.
Dr. W. II. Hickman, Ostco
patliic Physician, Pasijueth Bldt'.
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is lierelty jfiven tli.it tinal
settlement of the estate of .lames
Mledsoe, defeased, will le made al n
NovemlH'i tei in of Ihe Probate Court of
Audrain I'ounty, Missouri, on the sec
ond Monday in November, 1!)12.
K. (J. MeOeery and Ella Hleiko.'
Sept. Lti, 1SI1J.
Letters of Administration on
Ihe estate of Susan E. Bowne. de
ceased, were granted to the un
dersigned on the 25th. day of
September, 1912, by the Probate
Court of Audrain county, Mis
souri. All persons having claim
against said estate are reunited
to exhibit them for allowance
within six months after the dud!
of said letters or they may be pre
cluded from any benefit of said
estate, and if such claims be not
exhibited within one year from
the date of publication of tiii-)
notice they shall be forever bar
First publication, Oct. 17, 1912.
John W. Howell,
We notice that the M. E. con
ference at Hamilton, Mo., gives
Rev. J. J. Hicks the appointment
as missionary in Wyoming. Rim.
Hicks was formerly pastor of the
M. E. church in this city.
MONEY TO LOAN
On good Real Estate 8eourity
Reasonable Rates and Easy Terms
LAKENAN & BARNES
30 years in the Business here.
Smith & Barnes Pianos
I. N . Cannon
Tuning and Repairing dona also
All Work Guaranteed.
j S. L. Robison, Gen. Mgr.