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MEXICO MISSOURI MESSAGE. MEXICO, MO.
i i n ' i i DIES FROM EXPOSURE. Harry Candy, 26 years old, son tune Lose Oops, Would Settle Again In Missouri. NORTH MOLINO. Autumn Is tinting forest trees with the beautiful riot of colors. Several from and near Molino went to Mexico Saturday to see the flying machlne;it was a grand sight. Sim Creed and sister. Mrs. R.L. Haary Candy, 26 years old, son Robinson, went to Callaway county of C. A. Candy,' out beyond Thomp- Saturday for a visit. son, died Thursday, September 26, Mrs. Milton Roberts was at the 1918, at the home of his father- in-1 bedside of her brother, Sterling law, near Mexico, W. C. Fecht. Roberts of Perry, most of last week. Four years ago Harry and his tra Maves and family visited Mrs. young wife moved to Montana to pete Erdel of Rush Hill Sunday. build a home. They were prosper- Mrs. Jas. Crawford received a tel- ous until last year, when the pral- eerftm from Camn Funston stating rie dogs ruined their wheat fields, that her nephew, Warren Callaway, Understanding that he would soon wa8 dangerously 111 of pneumonia. do cauea into war s ervice, Mr. uan- on Friday came news.of his deatn. dy loaded his goods into a car and Miss Mary Cauthorn says she has started back to Missouri. On the mogt 0f her fall visiting done. She way the bay he had in the car for trie8 to visit her relatives once a the livestock he was shipping back, year. She spent four days In Perry caught fire from the trail engine ad iagt week near Long Branch, and in the fight to extinguish the Mrs. Tena Heizer of Dalton City, blazes he was overheated, caught Neh.. and Jphrh Ream, from Ran An- a deep cold, which developed into tonio, Tex., arrived In Mexico and pneumonia, nnauy resulting in nis Intended the funeral of Mat Heizer death. The wife and one child Whtch was d reached at Bethel survive. The sympathy of the com 'munlty goes out :o tiles' troubled ones. church, conducted by Rev. Wallace of Mexico. Burial In the churchyard cemetery. Mr. Heizer was reared In Rnthnl nnlehhnrhnnd. llvlnff Ihprn HARDIN GIRL HONORED. until recently, whan thev sold their Miss Marjorle McQuire of Arrow attractive farm to move to Mexico. Rock, Okla., who is attending Har- Floral offerings from the many din College was honored when she, friendu. were (beautiful. A large with two other gins, miss wazei numiber came to pay the last trlb Prlce, of Glasgow, Mo., 'and Miss ute 0f respect to his memory. Margaret Daisy, St. Louis, were ap pointed by Brigadier' Oen.Bronaugh to attend Confederate reunion at Tulsa, Okla., as Maids of Honor- DEATH OP LITTLE BABY. The four weeks old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Crockett of Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Heizer, of Dalton, Neb., Sept. 24, -1918, a fine daughter. Ladies and children of the C.W. B. M. have a fine program In hand. dye news: rive school started the middle of near Mexico died Sunday afternoon. August with twenty-six pupils. The The funeral was held Monday .after- second week, a Jr. Red Cross Aux- noon, ouriai in union unapei ceme- Mary was formed tery. DEATH OF MRS. GAMBLE. Mrs. Sue Hardin Gamble, wife of .John W. Gamble, after a two-years' Illness, died at her home in Mexico Sunday evening, Sept. 29, 1918. . Mrs. Gamble was a native of Ken tucky. Came to this county with Island tractor. her parents 48 years ago. Was mar-1 Geo. Erdel helped J. rled to Mr. Gamble in 1881. Be- fill silos Tuesday Miss Alma Azdell has been 111. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Erdel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wltchie Galther Berry sold 6 cows to Pete Harper at 8cts a pound. Anderson & Harrei sold 18 nogs at 18 cts. per pound last week. Albert Erdel has bought a Kock R. Snook W. I. Brltt and family spent Sun day with Joe Moncler and family. Albert Erdel sold corn last ween for 11.80 per bushel. Mrs. Bertha Plunkett or unio is I the guest of Homer Azdell. sides the husband four sisters sur vlve ' her Mrs. Edgar and Mrs Hults of Columbia, and Mrs. Ed ward Gamble and Miss. Electa Withers ol Mexico. Mrs. Gamble had membership with the Presbyterian Church and was a splendid Christian character. "The funeral was held at the home I Barnes sale and cleared $50. Tuesday afternoon, conducted by I Who says .women will not tell the pastor, Rev. A. A. Wallace. The I their ages! The women of Dye re pallbearers were G. T. Elliott, Nsispbnded nobly when a census of the Myers, Sam Sharp, J. H. Davis, L. I district to obtain names and ages nGonb West" Two Audrain County Soldier Boys Die In Camp Bodies Shipped Home. Private Lewis Hollinsworth. son of Mr. and Mrs. W.. H. Hollinsworth of near Worcester, this county, died Saturday morning, September 28, 1918, In Brooklyn, New York, from an attack of Spaish Influenza. Young Hollinsworth was in the Navy, enlisting about a year ago. He was stationed on the Battleship Indiana before going to New York. The Information of his death was received here in a telegram to bis father. The parents and other rela tives have the sympathy of the com munity. Besides the parents he leaves four brothers and four sis The body was ordered shipped here and funeral was to be held at the Mexico Methodist church Tues day afternoon. The M. M. A. cadets marched to the station at noon to meet the body, but It did not arrive. The second boy of this county to die of the disease mentioned above was Warren H. Callaway, who died Monday afternoon at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station. Young Callaway was just .21 years old. He enlisted this last Au gust. Had been ill only a few days when pneumonia set in. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Syd Callaway, deceased. Upon the mother's pass ing away Warren, the boy, but a lit tle past two years old, went to his uncle, J. O. Crawford, of the Skin ner vicinity. Three brothers and a sister survive Claude, Lewis and Moses Fred and Mrs. ptto Carpen ter. Warren was a member of the Long Branch Baptist Church and was a young man of high Christian Ideals. He was also a Mason. It Is understood that the body will be shipped to Mexico, arriving here today, burial In Elmwood cem etery. The body of Lewis Hollinsworth arrived here yesterday morning at 11 o'clock over the Wabash and was taken immediately to Elmwood where Rev. C. V. Lanius held a short religious service, followed . DRAWN DRAFT NAMES. Audrain County Men Who Were Drawn In The Lottery At Wash ington Monday. The following Audrain County men were drawn In the 100-number of the draft lottery in Washington last Monday. The remainder of the names will be announced later. 1 322 Geo. H. Freeman, Centralla 2 1027 Ross J. Bryan, Benton City 3 1697 Mobin J. Graves, Mexico 4 438 Bert E. 81ms, Mexico. 6 904 Sam G.Brown (col) Mexico 6 1623 Samuel Jones (col) Mexico 7 1260 Maurice Travis, Laddonla 8 1907 John W. McCory, Mexico 9 20 Henry M. Smith, Mexico 10 1266 Roy C. Travis, Laddonla 11 2132 Ernest E.Nieman, Mexico 12 739 Chas.B.G.Essex (col) Van-dalla. John J.Johnson, Centralla Bernard B. Verhoff, Mar- A GERMAN PRISONER. Ed Whltehouse went t,o France last year to help whip the huns. His mother, Mrs. R. E. Whltehouse, re sides at Laddonla. Of late date she received word concerning her son informing her that he had been made a German prisoner. He was at Cassel, Germany, with a number of other United States soldiers. Whltehouse was captured July 14. No further particulars are known. George Kabrlch remains critical Ill. Mexico honors this old citizen and regrets to hear of his extreme illness. Jesse Beam, at Camp 'Funston, was here to attend the funeral of his uncle, M. H. Heizer. 13 635 14 219 tinsburg. 16625 Chas. F. Schultze.Vandalia 16 72 Francis M. Daniel, Mexico 17 832 James B. Livers, Vandalla 18 964 Jas. A.Belcher( col) Mexico 19 348 Ves McCown, Thompson 20 1961 Simpson C. Clutter, Van dalla. 21 4 Edward O. Wlnans, Mexico 22 134 John W. Armstrong, Stur- Paris Cnrr, geon. The State Ralph and Russell Null of this city passed examination in St. Louis this week for the U. S. Navy. The boys are twins and are 18 years old. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. . State of Missouri, 88. I County of Audrain. In the Circuit Court, November Term, 1918. Mary G. Carr Plaintiff, vs Defendant. of Missouri tn the 23 395 Audrain McDonough, Mex- above named defendant, Greeting:-co- Now on this September 23, 1918, 24 657 Clerna H.Payton, Vandalia comes the-plaintiff in the above en titled cause and files with the Clerk ofthe Audrain Countv CircuitCourt. A SURPRISE PARTY. In vacation, her netltlon dulv ver. (ffflrl VlV afflrlnvlt V araln a rvt sr r M8. E"l ?,U.?,e iav" .Bu.rPr!8e other thing, plaintiff alleges that " lumojr ouu- riAfenrinnt herein Purl. P.rr la uiiiiiiinmiifiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiimitiuii' N. S. BUSH UNDERTAKING CO. Mexico, Mo. 5 u Answer Calls Day or Night. Motor Hearse Service. 2 Day Phone, 207. Night Phone, 610. s Mutual 18 Mutual 81 nillllllllllllimillllllllllllllllllllllllimill.-. Wanted Scrap iron, scrap auto tires, scrap rubber boots and shoes, scrap rags, hides, feathers, furs and pelts at the highest cash prices. SAHH0RRIS The Red Cross ladies of Beagles with military honors by the M. A. served dinner at the Lanenan & cadets. ine uovrnmem win not periuii public funeral where a person dies of Spaish Influenza. C. Farrah and William "Keath. A CENTENARIAN. Montgomery City, Mo.,Sept.30. Mrs. Sarah Thompson of this coun tv celebrated her hundredth birth day Monday. She was born' in Lin coln County, Mo., before the State was admitted Into the Union. of everyone was taken. Fred KJoch sold a tealf to Jim Scott for S 3.60. J. C. Hagan sold wheat last week at $2.09. Will Daniels, northwest of Wor cester, will move to New London, Several families from here were In Mexico to tea the aeroplane. Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher and children, Margaret and Mary Lee, of Haniflbal, attended the funeral of M. H. Heizer here Monday. to day afternoon. It was their third wedding anniversary). The dining room was beautifully decorated for the occasion and a 6 o'clock luih served. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shroeder and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Tompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Sans Carr, a non-resident of the State of Missouri, and can not be served with the ordinary process of law In this State. It Is therefore ordered by the Clerk of the Audrain County Circuit Court, in vacation, that publication ha marla tiarnln nntlfvtnar Iha ttfin berry. Mr. and Mrs. H.S.Davis and re8ldent defendant that plaintifthas family. Mr. rnd family, and Mrs. P. E. Rltter Lewis O'Brien, Ira commenced suit against him In the Circuit Court of Audrain County, h Ddley. 0 B,en' Missouri, the object and general Elizabeth Morgan, Mrs. Albert Zook. nature of which is to obtain a de cree of divorce from said defend ant, on the grounds of general In rif o.n It 1 Aa a n H HdOAPtlnn on H nnw The Y.W.C.A. In Russia have sue- ..u ,,, ' j,j. ceeded in efforts to protect old por- are hereby notified of the pendency traits of the ancestral royal family of thls 8ultf tne obJect and general by covering each valued painting with poultry wire," says Miss Anna Rice in address at Hotel Statler, St. Louis. The Y.W.C.A of that city are now beginning to adopt the uni form, which consists of French Ar my blue, with steel buttons. They are worn with tailored white blous es and a trl-colorel .hat with the tri angle In blue on the band. HE LEARNED LATER. unlike Other married couples for- tlent with each other. , . bearing and long-suffering and pa "No!" said the man. "I shall not be like other husbands who get , cross and bang things about if the coffee Is cold!" "If you ever did.'' said the girl, sweetly, "I would make It hot for vou!" And the man wondered what She meant The Great Lakes Training Sta tion Band was In Mexico Monday night boosting for the Fourth- Lib- T n rrk.. wAttt fr-rm tiara trt x "i b i ... n" R.,inBtn Centralla. Mexico extended them ev Bennle -Booth ot Camp Funston "" n ,nB,r v.rU hera Hon. Chas. M. Hay of St. Louis- de livered a stirring address at the Rl- amountlng dollars. snent the week wlttt Ms parents.. ti, hnik dMid'U tie autte L. '"r "'"A" .1.;.' :.r.. i ITHe Amanaa nwpus . w,r.if f the Liberty Loan. Friends and neighbors Burprwa v "-"-:-;. taken Mace Taller Sunday. It being hit tllnA - . - . . I KlUUUUllUK VV Dirtnaay anniversary, Miss Edfit Sherman ana ner pu pils gave a pie supper at South Fork Saturday night. Miss Irene Hen dricks got the candy as the most popular young lady . Mr. Getty started garnering u large applecrop Oct. 1st. He gets $1.40 to $1.76 a ou. in me orcuaru. At Charlie Vaughn's sale every- $10.00." Household goods ana imple ments for more than they cost. We are sorry to lose Mr. ana nar If you use an automobile be care ful where you drive It. If you run Into and smash your neighbor's machine, and smash it up, come across and help pay the damages. r 1' day from the Twelfth. Annual Con vention of the American Assocla tton of Title Men, which held a three days sess on Harry Lindsay. Mr. Lindsay will gQ S0t,l.i- Mio,?ri Abstrtefs toS with the next bpys to Camp. Mwva the Missouri Abstracters ABW" pear,oron a failure this year, elation nem wr none In the country. .SF Vowell Son. are building Ela-1 concrete bridges anor mailing coa k crete blocks this week. 1 ,WT I . w well I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse uapp ana mr. Annotation of Title Men. Mr. Rick etts Is a member of both assocla. Hons -and -a. very enthusiastic stracter. Both meetings werw KE alTthe proceedings vVry" and Mrs. Andrew Harbit spent Sun- r::r.,T .ntrt.ininit -' w wn Mn- nru"' " K,"wi"c- limn uvi,i v v inns Ul Considine's 4th Semi-Annual Sale At the home of Fletcher Sims, 2 1-8 miles southeast of Mexico, Wednesday, Oct 9, 1918 nature thereof and unless you be and appear at the next regular term of the Audrain County Circuit Court to be begun and held at the Court House in Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, on the Fourth Monday in November, 1918, and on or before . the first day of said term answer or otherwise plead to Dlalntlff's petition, the same will be taken as confessed and de cree rendered as prayed In said petition. And, It Is further ordered that a copy hereof be published! in The Mexico Missouri Message, a news- m.hUoViarl woolrlv In Mexico. APPLES! APPLES! . MUsourl" and circulated in Audrain At reasonable prices for those rnnt Miaourl. tor four weeks successively, the last Insertion to be mum than fifteen days Deiore me Yt term of said Court aforesaid. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Done at office in the City ot Mexico, County and State aforesaid, this September 23rd, 1918. (SEAL.) E. P. ELLIOTT, Clerk of the Audrain Circuit Court. A true copy from the record. ' ..Attest E. F. Elliott, Clerk. A. C. WHITSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Clerk of the Audrain County Court, who go to orchard, 3 miles south ot Mexico. Bell Phone 6v. W. L. KENT & SON. Mrs. Margaret Graham of Ham ilton is visiting her sister in Mexico, Mrs. M. H. Heizer. V ssv iTEXiS WONDER 13 THE Texas Wonder cores kidney snd bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheuma tism and all irregularities ofthe kidneys and bladder in both men and women. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on re ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this and other States.' Dr. E. W. Hall. 2929 Olive Street, St. Louis. Mo. Sold by druggists. Adv. CdMB IN We loan Money on Real Estate, any amount, at as low a rate ma you can obtain anywhere. We can satisfy yon in every detail, Rickettsia Whitney TheAbstraters Mexico, Mo. The most acres or wneat ever anwn In this nart of the county Is being put in. Where tne men can i . i h Miller and four chll- dren Julia, Laura. Mary and ROD- th w,Teg and daughters r and Mrs. George Miller, an of . .k .. uuh mil. viaiieu iua ...(,.. 547 in mptIco last week. Miss Lil- lle Dobyns accompanied them home for a short visit- John M. Ecton. who is taking special training In Washington Unl- vAraitv. St. L.OU18. for war worn, vrnntnd a snort iuriousa to it hla narents In Mexico. John looks x narnna of Amorlllo, Tex- as, attended the funeral of Mrs. C. weU Md ukeB nU work W. Lewis nere i. wv.; John M. Ecton, taking Frank Owen. In army service. special writeB his grandparents, here, Mr. Boatman, mac ne is We will sell to the highest bidder HEAD OF LIVE STOCK 547 as follows: HEAD OF MULES 12 W work mules, from 2 to 5 years old. among them some extra good teams; 1 yearling mule, 1 mule colt HEAD OF CATTLE 60 head of good Angus and Shorthorn cows, 3 to 6 years old, bred to 12 60 10 training In cnemicais -v ana rar"-. , p.iir France pure bred Angus bull, ome of them witn caives Dy weir . t0, tMWlK SSt Is'TeU ! year, old; 1 5 year old Jersey oow, a good milk and buter cow; 5 extra '.mZ John looks well " d Mttlng along fine. eood Quality 1200 pound dehorned Shorthorn steers; 10 good yearling steers. I I MONET TO LOAN - nn mod real estate security. Bea- Isonabl rates and easy terms. LAKENAN A BARNES Mexico, Mo. 80 years In the business here. CLARENCE A. BARNES Attorney-at-Law Southern Bank Building Mexico, Missouri. A. H. T. A. Rash Hill, Mo. Meet on Monday night on or before full moon In each month. Hedgedale School House. D. L. R04ERS, Freeldent. VAIj ERDEL, Secretary. E. A. SHANNON Attorney-at-Law Mexloo, Mo. Residence Phone No. 428w Office: French Bldg., S. E. Cor. Sq. and Is pleased with bl wrk. . . T Cnannsl with til 6 U. S. Francisco, Call., came Ecton. In Mexico, Vhnrt furlough. He Is the Hum ---.-- . ann at Ma win Frv of Kansas City re-1 cently visited her brotner, Mr. i. IS good yearling heifers; 18 good quality steer and heifer calves. 320 BREEDING EWES 320 father of a Laddonia. ".w- stark Bros. ilan. rv further nnmsu ror yp . "-, v-tH ia r.hil. lor Tlt S. M. Nursery n " fot Us of- Treat llcothe . Business College fori o flee help tt M..:. .ludsnt. of Mexico. Mo j..n or more . ... I M"w" . The Federal Land Hanks were created for the farmer. It Ts t w ...... intorftkt. to invesuKi Sharp. Secretary- Treasurer of the Audrain Co. Nfc- tlnnul Hum Loan nt". 1 "..r!-.t... i,utiilnn. Last the college Geo. Booth, 9 miles northeast of week it seiiurw ''- -- month. Mexico, has sola nis. b lady accountant at 85. per monin e hl8 nelghboi.( 0eo. Erdel. at 7 ...... r.arter and son.Earl. an. acre and wi u move - r; . "k nertsdale Jones. . w no wm nav """.- f.mniia Poiana see run ou -- Mrs. Cbla hoar, irum - -- - Van tr.r S6.6C All are glad Audrain n n xri.i.ni. nf Tilackwell. Okla., . -.ith klii uncle. Levi ;teV7 bertsdale Jones once so.u n"e Martlnsburg. called ,6.600. he IB ndeed a wMho W, Meaga8e Tuegday. The Message uses L. A. Harris a.i .Hvfirtisement on front JagTand by oversight the date line was left out. For that reason we use the ad on this page with the. Sate line In. HI. ale 1. next Tues- Thursaay . .- ..-day morn- x-- Oct. 8. It will De iue .id at Benton City Baturaay aay, um. . k ne,d ln tne e conducted by Hev '- - Get his date, Tues- Prom one to four jears old. An extra good bunch of native ewes, will be sold In, lota to suit the purchaser, from 5 to a car load; 20 black face ewe iambs. 70 FEEDING SHEEP, ONE-HALF YEARLING WETHERS, AND ONE- HALF EWES; 10 EXTRA GOOD BUCKS, 1 AND 2 YEAR OLDS. 75 HEAD OF HOGS 78 2 sows with 17 pigs; 6 good thoroughbred Poland China sows, will far. row eoon. 50 stock hogs, weighing from, 90 to 15tt pounds. Sale starts at 11 o'clock. Dinner served by the ladles ot the community. Come Rain or Shine TERMS: '6 months time at 8 per cent Specialist on Rectal Surgery. THE undersigned, a Physician and Surgeon of Regular School with 30 years experience in general prac tice, la now giving special attention to RECTAL DISEASES, treating PILES. FISTULA and Ulcers ot the I return. Contracted Splncter, Irri- tnhla Fissures and all diseases com- i&xm to these organs. For particu lars call on or address: DR. J. B. HAWKINS Mexico, mo. JAS. W. BUFFINGTON Attorney-at-Law Mexico, Mo. Office: 115 East Monroe Street. LlBWBllyiX&SQlXS Druggists WEST SHE SQUABS . Mexico, Mo. Leo Cold Tablets 25c Syrup Hoarhound Compound Por Coughs 25c Toilet Cream for Chapped Hands and -0 xivn Skin !i25c W. W. Fry. FRY "VV. W. Fry, Jr. FRY. SMALL CHILD DEAD. . ... A Mn II. m . Ar tvi r wm uu ai The llttie sou dled M.r 01 Ths funeral' was ims .Sc ConsMiii1 Auctioneers i Johnson, Ford, Johnson, Gregory Clerk i W. T. Pollock. . .1.11 waa rnuntv tbli Lawyers. East Jackson Street Mexloo, Mo. , JOHN tV. HOWELL (Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Give special attention to Notarial Work and Conveyancing. Office: French Bids Mexico, o. Land 'Batik Loans "Mi ' Would you be interested in farm loan running for 84 year at a 5 1-S pe cent rate, repayable la easy Installmens) and with pre-payment privilege? Geortte Kunkel of this city has been commissioned a second lleuten ant In the U. S. Army. An airplane from St.Louis visited Mexico Tuesday and bombed . the town with Fourth Liberty Loan ad ; J LerordwaV;iu";"month. old. vertising. day, Oct. . a t .