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MEXICO MISSOURI MESSAGE, MEXICO, MO.
On June 28th Prove You Are A Loyal American w. J. saxxf.iuxk & to. iiu:i n. KENT. ANNOUNCEMENT Wi. Osteopathy 'is a real Thcropy. l( floes not cure everything, hut It is proven to he as safe and sane a measure as the world has ever known. Our of lice is now open and ready for patients. Mexico ( 'lolhiug Company's Store. W will make calls day or night and treat AIT'TE us well as CIlltOMC DISEASES, Obstetrics, Etc. Tall us for date. Free examination. Office Phone, 2:i; resi dence, tH. ' Resident street, 32: East, Monroe. DR. W. A. ALLEN, D. 0., D. P. H. Official Report Of County R. C. Drive W. Clyde Johnson, manager of the second Red Cross War Campaign in Audrain County, has issued the fol lowing ofllcial report of (the contri butions made in the west part of the county. The quota for Audrain County was ?l-.!i3. Dividing this on the basis of valuation which was the only prac tical way to do it, Mexico's quota was $,((. Dividing this up between the town and the rural districts , gave Mexico $3,650, the rural districts Sti.l'iU. I am giving below a list of the branches and auxiliaries with .'heir quotas and contributions, also the districts that belong to each with their quotas and contributions, also the malinger for each branch or uux iliaryi I'nion Auxiliary, A. J. Crum, Man ager, quota $253. contributed $140.25, contributors, S3. lienton City Branch, J. J. Johnson, Manager, quota, $6S4, contributed $739.05. Kller, , quota, $72, contributed $5$. 75 Washington, quota, $95, contribut ed $33.25. , Union, quota, $86, contributed $58.25. Eri'T'tian (115 men, wonine and chil dren) quota $145, contributed l!G. I cannot give the lteniB for the other dlstirct of Benton City, Stauffer, Sun Rise, Prairto Chapel, Chapel Grovo and Eureka - Busy L. ;. ranch, S. V. Proctor, Proctor, quota $483, contributed $47$. 85. Strother, quota $104, contributed J149.50. Naylor, quota $100, contributed $86. Excelsior, quota $130, contributed $11. DO. Goodwater, quota .$106, contribut ed fSS.10." . ' ; Fuller, In Audrain, quota $43, con tributed $26.85.. Buruhani Branch, Mrs. E. L. Prath er, quota, $705, contributed $755.62. ' Lawson, quota, $132, contributed 182.76. ' Will you greet the Fourth of July with u free conscience? Or will you sK'm the Fourth in shame-faced -guilt? Juno liMtli hn Itccn set us National War Savings l)uy. Vour country ex lects you on that ilay to pledge every penny you ran, up to $l,0O0, tow . arl the purchase of War Savings Stamps. The price of American t-itlcnship is no longer cheap. The crush of war has ground all semblance of cheapness out of being an American. It Is now a dcnr-lought honor. You must pay. On June 28th Your Country Asks You to Balance Your Patriotic Cash Account Fiery penny you withhold, that you are ahle to give, extends aid and comfort to the enemy. No sordid legal summons will, for the present, compel payment. You are called to payment hy the higher, more chivalrie summons to volunteer on June 2Hlh your pledge to purchase this year every dollar's worth of War Savings Stamps you can buy. INcitionol Wor Savings Committee This space contributed for the Winning of the War hy SAM MOIiKIS. (. W. ROBERTSON. Just over the Canada, quota ?144, contributed $203.01. .Pine, quota $83, contributed $112. 75. Friendship, quota- $121, contributed $90.05. Tulip in Audrain, quota ?47, con tributed $C8.50. Burnham, quota, $1U0, contributed $156.56. Sanies, quota $78, contributed $42. . North Salt River. Miss Mabel Cook, quota, $790, contributed $955.85. Prairto Lea, quota $137, contribut ed $126.10. 'Molino, quota $107, contribute'.! $206. Carter, quota $136, contributed $181.50. Sneed, quota $72, contributed $101. Duly, quota $166, contributed $rC5. 90. Bean Creek, quota $108, contributed $129.75. Ellis, quota $64, contributed $42.50., Thompson Branch, Joe Cousidine, quota $470, contributed $495.13. I cannot give the amounts contri buted by the different districts. Sims, Maple Grove, Hurdle, Jesse and Daniel. Skull Lick rUanch, Miss Sudlo Winn, quota $340, contributed $470. 95. Fox, quota $161, contributed $195.- 50. Skull Lick Branch, Miss Surtio $146.50. Harrison, quota $79, contributed $129.95. Gatcwood Auxiliary, Mrs. R. C Maddox, quota $152, contribute ! $135.80. Gatewood, quota $74, contributed $95.80. Central, quota $78, contributed $40. Liberty Auxiliary, Miss Blanche ! white, quota $272, contributed $213. 95. Liberty, quota $120, contributed $138.75. Lawder, quota $152, contributed $70.20. North Prairie Branch, MIbs May Hofriehter, quota $394, contributed $24i.85. ' Rlngo, quota $63, contributed $62. Fisher, quota $53,, contributed $43. 85, t Botts, quota, $99,' contributed $78. 25. . ' . I Beagles, quota $114, contributed $107.50. j Hazel, quota $65, contributed $52. ,25. Highland Auxiliary, Mrs. B. B. Dan ,lel, quota $118, contributed $78.47. Highland, quota $52, contributed $69.25. Pleasant Green, quota $52, contri buted $9.22. I tcntralia, in Audrain, quota $14, cotnributed! Flynt Unit, Miss Grace Ingruni, quo tu $144, contributed $77.15. I Hisey Auxiliary, Miss Emma IGrovee, quota, .$528, contributed ! $409.90. ! I-Ttt3V nttrt a 41CT w.., ..: I i .1 $173.05. Cedar Grove, quota $103, contribut ed $66.10. Beaver Dam, quota $126, contribut ed $50.75. Burke, quota $132, contributed $120. Macedonia, F. B. Croswhlte, quota $178, contributed $174.32. Macedonia, quota $132, contributed $148.32. Pollard in Audrain, quota $46.00 contributed $26. Jackson Unit, quota $110, contribut ed $110. High Hill Auxilary, Mrs. J. K. Shock, quota $241, contrib ired $221.70 70. High Hill, quota $111, contributed $78.50.t Payne, quota $54, contributed $32 -7.V Gant, quota $76, contributed $111. 45. I'iHgah Unit, Mrs. G-. A. Pollan. quota $108, contributed $213. Mexico, quota $3650, contribute ! $6750 First Ward, Mrs. Alph Elliot!, contributed $1288.29. Second Ward Mrs. J. C. Mundv, contributed $2000. Third Ward, Mr. W. W. Fry, .; $1606.20. Fourth Ward, A. H. Whitney, con tributed $1687.79. I doubt if this is absolutely correct. I have done the best 1 could. I shll be glad to correct any mistakes that may have been reported to me. It looks now like" the contribution? will run over $12,300 or 30 percent over our quota. There are some 3000 contributors. This makes a good showing for this chapter. Every " ' iruu wnui nns oeen accompusnea. I am very grateful ito those who worked so faithfully with me' to make this a success, and thereby do all thu could be done to shorten the war and to provide for' the comfort and nec essities for the boys over In Franca W. Clyde Johnson. Manager War Fund Campaign. FOR BALE. . International Power ' Hay Baler. Chamber 16x18. Self feed. Good as i.ew, W. H. Wilson, Mexico, Mo.,rfd 7. JunI4 ' JUNE 28th is National War Sav ings Pay. Get your change ready to Invest in aome more Baby Bonds. It is a safe Investment for you and will help the Government, too, In this trying time, and that's what Is asked for. . Simply because we buy a Liberty Bond or some Thrift Stamps that's an Investment and won't prove our Loyalty. If we don't give to the Red Cross and the other good causes along that line there Is something the matter with us, and be buw, Uncle Sam will find us out, too. Summer's Coming Again Utilizing that iu these strenuous flays, when the air is charged with anxiety and fear, our hours of rest are shortened and our nerve-shattered bodies are being spurred on to do bigger things, it is more than ev er imperative to shut off steam.tone up and overhaul the human machine if we are to keep physically lit and mentally well-balanced. Thousands of folks are already building air castles and picturing in their dreams the good times they ure go ing to have on their health rest pleasure trip this summer How- about you? Name it and it's yours the very kind or a vacation you want aud your choice of scen ic Colorado, the National Parks, Big Horn Mountains, BuiTalo Bill Coun try, Black Hills, Halt Lake City, North Pacific Coast, California anywhere West. Come in and let me help you plan. T. L. MARSHALL. Ticket Agent. The Pleasant Wuy to Travel. CLARENCE A. BARNES f AUorney-at-Lnw Southern Bank Building Mexico, Missouri. THE Texns Wonder cures kidney and bladder trouble, dis.sol ves gravel, cure diulietes, weak and lmiio bucks, rheuma tism anil all iiTe:.ul.uitieiioftliekidnoysBnd liludderin both men mid women. If not Bold by your drut'a'Hi. will tin ent by niuil on re ceiptor $1. One small bottle Ik two montha' treatment and aeMom fails to perfect a cure. Send for tosthweitalH from this and other State.- Dr. JC. V,'. Hull, iVJS (dive Street, 1st. LouIh. Mo. toil by di-uBirlHta. Adv. A. II. T. A. Rush Hill, Mo. Meets on Monday night on or before full moon In each month, llcdgodule School House. D. L. ROGERS, President. VAL ERDEL, Secretary. MONSV TO LOAN ... On good real estate security. Rea sonabl rates and easy terms. LAKENAN & BARNES Mexico, Mo. :t(l years in tho business here. JOHN XV. HOWELL' KchI Estate. Iians and Insurance. (Jive special attention to Notarial Work and Conveyunclng. rtlft l'-noh nidUt.. Mexico. . W. W. Fry. W. W. Fry, Jr. FRY ' FRY. lawyers. East Jackson Street Mexico, Ho. BECAME 21 SINCE LAST JUNE FIFTH. Audrain Boy Who Registered Last Week List Falls Below Expected Registration. The following Audrain county boys, who have become of age since June 5, 1917, registered before the Local Draft Board Wednesday of last week: . Edwin C. Cave, Ft. Sheridan, 111. Isaac V. Estell, Martlnsburg. William George Koss, 627 West Liber ty, Mexico. I Elmer Leroy Albright, Molino Wallace Stone (Mildred, Centralia, Mo George Thomas Seymour, Sturgeon Marcellus Herndon Threlkeld, Mexi co, R. F. D. 3. Scott Holland Martin, 314 E. Liberty, Mexico. Edward Forrest Klllburn, Centralia Ben F. Dudley, Route 5, Mexico. Lewis Herbert Brakel, Laddonia Melvin Harvey Williams, Laddonia Olan J. Beeley, Farber Joseph Taylor Peck, Route 2, Molino Charles H. Clark, Route 2, Benton City Ira Burks, 315 N. Missouri, Mexico Luther Oddls Evans, Route 2, Centra lia Irvin Edward Jesse, 909 W. Brecken- rldge, Mexico. Ruthus Wells, Vandalla, iMo. Benjamin Franklin Dobyns, S. Jeffer son, (Mexico Frank Coldwell, Benton City James Clark Surber, Route 1, Thomp- son James Albert Shields, R. 1, Clark Herbert Clayton Knlpfel, R. 3, Lad donia Fron Rex, Laddonia Nelson Torreyson Carter, Mexico James William Dungan, R. 5, Mexico Raymond Edward Ross, Mexico Elmer Lewis Walter, Rush H'M Pleasant King Bunch, R. 2, r.Iartlus- burg Harry Ponter Coil, R. 3, Auxvasse Emmett Jesse, R. 1, Mexico Jesse James Groves, R. 4, Centralia Joe Shelby Woolery, R. 1, Mexico Fred Daniel Harvey, R. 1, Mexico Roy Lee Clark,' Santa Fe Raymond William Smith, 1014 S Clark, Mexico George Blngle Woolery, R. 6. Mexico Logah Wilson, R. 7, Centralia Willie Locke, Mexico Harry Fite, 200 E. Breckenrldge Evan Walker Mathews, Martlnsburg Glenn Warren Gregg, Box 121 Vanda- Denls Erbie Forrest. R. 3, Clark Clyde Porter, R. 4, Vandalia John Christian Hippen, R. 3, Centra- Will J. James, R. 3, Laddonia Parley C. Rodescape, R. 3, Auxvasse Willie Bea Jones, Centralia Anthony John Deimeke, Martlnsburg Olando Glenn Leach, R. 2, Thompson Jacob Whistler Jones, Centralia Lee Mack DIffendaffer, Vandalla John Richard Fecht, R. 6, Mexico Joseph Freeman Yostmayer, R. 4, Mexico Claude Ferry Turner, R. 1, Centralia Robert Benton Hoover, R. 2, Thomp son Henry Albert Lange, R. 1, Thompson Reedy William Appleby, R. 1, Mexico Bernard Henry Stuckenschneiber, . R. 1, Martlnsburg Rollie Daniel Mobley, R. 1, Clark Herbert C. Coil, R. 1, Martinsfburg John Blair Thompson, R. 1, Mexico Lloyd Logan Frisble, R. 2, Wellsvllle Eugene Holcomb Smith, R. 1, Farber James Hugh Dempsey, Mexico John Dewey Holbrook, R. 1, Farber Albert Wilcox, Vandalia George William Hamilton, R. 3, Ben ton City Robert Smith Heckman, R. 5, Centra lia George Bryan Middleton, R. 1, Van dalla Sara Pellde Locke, 1005 W. Love, Mex ico . Morris Leftwlch Pitts, Mexico Joseph Goeller, R. 2, Martlnsburg George Edward Mefford, R. 6, Mexico Ray Benjamin Thomas, Benton City Jesse Louis Barnett, Mexico Bertram Emerson Wallace, Gazette Wallace Henry Spurting, R. 2, Thomp son Noah Rutter, R. 4, Mexico Ora Frankman, Farber Charles Jesse Doughtery, R. F. D. Clark Ray James Lofton, R. 2, Wellsvllle Warren Harper Callaway, R. 2, Mo lino Donnie Roberts, Sturgeon Mark DoLafayette Spurlock, Laddonia Arthur Frank Douglass, R. 4, Centra lis Walter William Busse, R. 1, Vandalla Frank Raymond Hlckerson, R. 2, Wellsvllle Henry Joseph Ploss, Laddonia Edwin Drake Slavens, Rush Hill Paul Morgan Williams, 515 S. Olive, Mexico ' Jesse Sanford Graff ord, Mexico Wesley Conrad Wright, R. 1, Thomp son Samuel Lee Harshberger, R. 2, Centra lia . . William McKlnley Baker, R. 8, Aux- donla William McKInley Ehrllch, R. 3, Lad donla Jennings Bryan Talley,, R. , Laddonia vasse John Allen Gurwell,.R. 1, Mexico ( Hay Bell Kirk, ML Carmel Walter John Hafner, R. 1, Rush HU1 Leonard Turner Barnes, R. F. D. 1, Thompson Howard Glenn Ruse, R. 4, (Mexico Benjamin iM. Johnson, Mexico Lee Roy Deal, R. 3, Laddonia Buford Davenport, R. 3, Centralia Louis Augustus Iman, R. 1, Centralia Halley Ben Brown, R. 2, Thompson Lloyd fiurley Collins, Vandalla John Mahlon Farnsworth, Vandalia Leonard Gatewood, R. 1, Vandalia Guy Williams, R. 1, Vandalla James Edmond Arnold, R. 4, Centralia Charles Elmer Stotler, Laddonia Clarence Earl Burnett, R. 4, Centralia Joe Miller Barnes, R. 3, Clark Earnest George Allen, R. 2, Laddonia Homer Louis Foree, Martlnsburg -John Hatfield, R. 1, Mexico Noah Squire Gordon, R. 2, Sturgeon Rodgers WHford Hays, R. 4, Mexico Roy Nichols Thomas, R. 1, Benton City Garnett Estle Hlggenbothaui, R. 0, Mexico Leo Raymond Hoer, R. 1, Martlnsburg Edwards Francis Moore, R. 1, Mexico William Estel Jennings, Clark Thomas R. Branstetter, Vandalla Price Farrish, 916 Lotney, Mexico Porchle Pratt, Vandalia Guy Lealon Ulrlch, Vandalia. Glenn Dearlng Squires, Mexico James T. Edmonston, Mexico Rossel Kemp Stuart, Laddonia John M. Hammett, Farber Len Arden Kisor, Vandalia William Asbury Beadle, Mexico Champ Clark Moody, Mexico John 'Bryan Webber, Laddonia Morris E. Dry, Mexico . Harland Sneed, Mexico Artio Glenn Carver, Vandalia Virgil (Simpson Butts, Mt. Carmel Harry Elijah Glascock, Vandalla Forrest Level, Mexico Edward Matthews Aubuchon, Benton City Finley Bishop Johnson, Martlnsburg John William Isgrig, Meco Howard Preston Jackson, Mexico Vane Halbert Brown, Martln3burf; Rufu3 William Byrns, Mexico Adclore Louis Girard, Farber James ' Bartley Arvin, Vandalla Buford Earl Haitfleld, Mexico Archie Floyd Playter John Logan Crooks Homer Louis Foree, Martlnsburg James Edmond Arnold, Centralia Jacrtb Byran Tunnbagh, Vandalla Hobart Franklin Cook, Mexico William Bryan Torreyson, Thompson Robert Smith Heckman, Centralia Walter Edward Boeger, Mexico Ora Frankum, Farber Rudolph Worrell -Green, Mexico Frank Daniel Henderson, Mexico James A. Lewis, Mexico Ivan LeeOstrander, Mexico Maurice Cyril Aiblngton, Vandalia Ralph Cornelius Leritz, Rush Hill Benjamin Franklin Kealen, Vandalia Emmett Jesse, Mexico Charles Alva Robinson, Mexico William Bryan Atchison, Mexico Authur Williams, Vandalia Luther Oddis Svans, Centralia Irven Edward Jesse, Mexico James Albert Shields, Clark Raymond Edward Ross, Mexico Ruby Gould, Mexico John Elliott House, Vandalia Charles Marcll Jefferson, Vandalia Willie McDaniel, Mexico Ray Johnson, Mexico William McKinley Baker, Auxvasse Archie Lue, Thompson Charles Ruckele, Mexico Ray Doolln, Vandalla ' Cluster Eubanks, Mexico Ray Williams, Slarvllle, La. Earl Smith, Vandalla Mr. and Mrs. James Roy are here on a visit to friends. They are locat ed at Evergreen, Ala. The Connecticut Citizen sent the following question: "Do you favor the ratification of the Federal Pro bition Amendment?" (o prominent Grange members In all parts of the State. Seventy replies were received. 67 yes, one blank and two noes. The. brewers of the country are consuming millions of bushels of rice and barley that ought to be put to some good purpose. The recent sen atorial election In Wisconsin showed the attitude of men whose influence made Milwaukee famous. Why have the liquor traffic any longer. Since Sir Frederick Smith's visit to America he has written a book in which he comments on the dryness over here. He says no one spoke of it as a grievance to him that 'the people have adapted themselves abstinence In a surprising way. to