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September Sll(Q)4t4
Horse Races, Baseball Games, Bands, Shows. A Big' Open-Air Vaudeville Show
and the Best Live Stock Poultry Show in South Missouri. Jno. McK. Southgate, Sec.
So. 2,109.
of the Financial Condition of the
Citizens Hank of Norwood
at Norwood. State of Missouri, at the
close of hii$inej on the 2sth day of
August, 1013, published in the Main
field Mirror, a newspaper printed and
published at Mansfield, State of Missou
ri, on the 4tli day of September. 1919.
Loans and discounts, un
doubtedly good nn personal
or collateral $ iN.9C9.71
Loans, real estate 351. 00
Overdrafts 1S7.22
Kurniture and Fixtures 1,518.02
I'ne from other banks and
bankers, subject to check I0.SS5.51
Cash items S23.09
Currency 2,4'12.00
Specie H20.2S
Bonds and W. S. S 274.25
.$ 4tl.7"l .OS
( apital stock paid in $ 10,000.00
Cndivided profits, net
lne to banks and bankets,
snbjei t to check
Individual d"po?itf nhject to
Tune certificate of deposit.
Cashier's checks
Xo. 1,315
of the Financial Condition of the
Ryan Banking Company
at Norwood. State of Missouri, at the
close of business on the 2Sih day of
August, 1919, published in the
held Mirror, a newspaper printed and
published at Mansfield, State of Missou
ri, ou the 4th day o September, 1919.
Loans and discounts, un
doubtedly good on personal
or collateral $192,070.5$
Loans, real estate
Bonds and Stocks
Furniture and fixtures
Due Irom other batiks and
bankers, subject to check..
Cash items
. Capital stock paid iu
Total $ 4n.751.tis
.'late of Mi-soiiri, County oi Wright, ss:
We, J. M.KIIisas president, and W. V.
Carter as cashier of said bank, each of
ns. do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of our
kimtt ledge and belief.
.1. M. Kllis, President.
W. V. Carter, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me.
tins 2nd day of September, A. I', nine
teen hundred and nineteen.
Witness my hand and notarial seal on
the date last aforesaid, t Commissioned
and qualified for a term expiring Dec.
Surplus fund. .
1'ndivided profits, net
Due to banks and bankers,
subject to check
Individual deposits subject to
Time certificates of deposit..
.$ 50 U00.00
. 10.000.00
No. 1584
of the Financial Condition of the
Farmers mid Me re limits liuuk
at Mansfield. State of Missouri, at the
close of business on the 2Sth day of
August, 1919, published in' the Mans
field Mirror, a newspaper printed ami
published at Mansfield, State of Missou
ri, on the 4th day of September. 1919.
Loans and discounts, un
doubtedly good on personal
or collateral 94.512.39
Loans, real estate U,Ki2.5,
Overdrafts 45s. ii
Bonds and Stocks 12.053.05
Real estate (banking house) 4,750.00
Furniture and fixtures 2.915. On
Due Irom other banks and
bankers, subject to check 57.t;i0.20
Cash items 413.5o
Currency 7.422.00
Specie 3,255.3t
Total $ltfi.r,22.7(i
Capital stock paid in 20.0ik).oo
Surplus fund 5.oo,l.0i;
Cndivided profits, net 5.S72.54
Due to banks and bankers.
2, 19 v.)
t.-EAl. I
Correct -Attest:
l"hn X. Busby.
Notary Public.
.1. L. Carter
i. J. Jackson
L. T. Van Xoy
Total $312,103.00,
Slate of Missouri, County of Wright, ss: j
We, R. A. Ryan as president, and J. i
M. Ryan as cashier of said hank, each of,
us, do solemnly swear that the above '
statement is true to the best of our know -'
ledge and belief.
R. A. Ryan, President, j
.1. M. Ryan, Cashier, j
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 2nd day of September, A. D. nine-'
teen hundred and nineteen. I
Witness my hand and notarial seal on I
the date last aforesaid. (Commissioned I
and qualified for a term expiring Dec
subjfct to check .
Individual deposits
to check
Time certificates of
Cashier's checks
Total . . .
15 71'i.t'iT
1 14.221. 2o
No. 1 1 Id
of the Financial Condition of the
Hank of .Mansfield
at Mansfield, Slate of Missouri, at the
close of bnsine-is on the 2Mb day "1
Align!. 1010, published in (he Mans
field Mirror, a newspaper printed and
published at Mansfield. Stale of Missou
ri, on the llh day of September, 1919.
Loans ami discounts un
doubtedly good on per
sonal or collateral. .
Loans, real estate
I "Uiils ami Stocks
Ileal estate (banking house)
Other real estate
Furniture and fixtures
Due from other banks and
bankers, subject to check
Ca di items
.f247, 130.05
. 2l.9tW.94
. 32.397.40
2, 1919.)
Correct Attest:
Tersely Told Town Talei
G.S.Burney is atTerrill, Ark.
Get you r stock ready for the
Buy your sorghum and pick
ling barrels from Reynolds &
Campbell. adv.
John X. Busby,
Notary Public.
J. R. Hitchcock
P. L. Connolly
J. B Henson
Don't mis. the world's fair of
the Ozarks.
Miss Rose Williams has gone
to Fair Play.
Always highest market prices
fur all kinds of produce Mans
field Produce Co. adv.
Price Master No. 314268
II f J
State of Missouri, County of Vrijjht..-s:
We, J. D. Reynolds as president, and
N. J. Craig as cashier of said bunk,
each of us, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of
our knowledge and belief.
J. D. Reynolds, President.
N. J. Craig, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me.
this 3rd day of .September, A. D. nine
teen hundred and nineteen.
Witness my hand and notarial seal on
the date last aforesaid. (Commissioned
and qualified for a term expiring Au.
27, 1921.)
Correct Allesl:
C. A. Stephens,
Notary Public.
S. J. Craiy
J. E. Craig
P. W. New ton
Capital tocl; paid in
Sm plus fund
Cndivided profits, net
Due to bunks and hankers,
subject to check
Individual deposits subject
to cheek
Tiuiecertilieates ,,i deposit..
'asiiiel s checks
2,0::S.(i0 !
f39l ,00(1.49
$ 00,000.00
1,500.1 1( I
T. .t:il $391,090.10
Srafe of Missouri, County of Wright. ss:
We, .M.A. Freeman us vice-president,
and lieo. H. Freeman as cashier of said
bank, each of us, do solemnly swear
Ihat the above statement is, true to the
best of our knowledge and belief.
.M.A. Freeman, Vice-President.
ieo. B. Freeman, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 3rd day of September, A. D. nine
teen hundred and nineteen.
Witness my hand and nolarial seal on
the date last aforesaid.
and qualified for a term expiring Aug.
27, 1921.)
Correct Atte-t:
Sandwiches at
Co. store. adv.
Fuson Drug
C. A. Stephens,
Notary Public.
M. A. Freeman
ieo. B. Freeman
li. C. Freeman
$10,000 fX).
! the herd bear of our present
herd, h" being th" hog purchased
by tne from the Eastern states
because of bis grat bloodlines
and his popularity as a breeder.
I deom him as the star and cen
ter of my present herd from the
fact his blond line are known
from one ocean to the other. His
sire being said to be one of the
larg-st hogs in the Eastern
states h;is made me fed proud of
such a valuable animal His bro
ther is the sire of the Clansman
hog that was Mild by the Silver
Brook Farm of Muncie, Ind., for
We feel that it should be of personal interest to all to
take a fair and square look at this hog during Mansfield's Eighth
Annual Agricultural and Stock Show, Sept, 24 to 27, and consider
the value he is to the country, as he is of a blood line from which
few men are able to purchace his get. He is young, just coming 2
years old, and w expect in another year's time to make him a
famous hog. Everybody come and see him
Our Herd Sows are among the highest type of breeding
ronsisting of the following lines: A Wonder. Long Price, Jack
Johnson, Big Hadley, Chief Price, Long King and Big Sampson,
which is a tracing back to the blood lines developed by Peter Mou w
said to be the pioneer developer of the Big Boned Poland Chinas
who won fame as a breeder, not only in America, but also in the
Oriental countries.
Males For Sale -We now have for sale
souie beautiful
males which we expect to put on exhibition during the fair. Price
reasonable. Pedigrees furnished with each individual. Other
reference if desired.
J. A. Dennis of Mt. Grove was
here this week.
R. L. Calhoun of Norwood was
here this week.
J. W. Floyd and wife wcie in
Springfield Tuesday.
Mrs. G.S.Burney has returnel!
from Excelsior Springs.
Remember to save some of the'
best for the fair litis fall. 1
T. X. Funston of Mountain
Grove was here tlii-s w. ok. j
Mrs Minor died lust week at
her home near Mansfield, j
Mrs. 1). M. Pickellof Rogers-i
ville visited here this week.
Mrs. Anna Cauble is building
an. addition to her residence.
Always a square deal at th"
Mansfield Produce Co. - adv.
Elmer Gaskill of Norfolk, Nob.
has been viit,ii,g relatives 1 i-o .
R. D. Alcorn and wife visited
relatives here during the week
Jim Harvey, who recently suf
fered a paralytic stroke, is iin
A shipment of Johnson's fain
ous candies at Fuson Drug Co
store adv.
Rev. Lloyd Harris of Rudd.
Iowa, will preach at New Hope
Sept. 7 at o p. in. old time.
If you want Pears or Jona
than Apples, sen or telephone
T. H. Ivy, 'A longs on the Ivy
J. W, Sharp and wife and Mis
ses Addie Hern and Gaylon Oli
pliant have returned to Okintil
gee, Okla.
The financial statement of the
Bank of Mansfield appears in
this issue, from which it will be
seen that this institution is doing
a big business.
Bonnie B hair nets at Fuson
Drug Co, store. adv.
Lost Aug. 26, on Odin and
Mansfi -Id road, a razor. Return
to Mirror office for reward. ad.
The Farmers and Merchants
Bank print this week au excel
lent financial statement, showing
a line business.
Have you tried the dainty
sandwiches at the Fuson foun
tain':1 If not, you have missed
something. adv.
A good financial statement is
made in this issue by the Citizens
Bank of X rwi:od, which is mak
ing a steady growth.
A linn assortment of new sta
tionery just received at Fu.son
Drug Co. store. -adv.
The Ryan Banking Co of Nor
wood publishes a splendid finan
cial statement this week. Their
capital is now $30,000.
FOR S A LE Thoroughb red
Duroc Jersey pigs. Joe II. Den
nis, Twin Valley Stock Farm,
Mansfield, Mo. adv.
W. C. Dugm took 104 Wednes
day evening for Kansas and Ok
lahoma to visit relatives and
friends for a few days.
Dr. F. II. Riley, the Dentist,
will tie in his Hartville office all
this week prepared to do all
kinds of dental work adv
Mrs. d o. Crippen of Burdett,
Miss., en i oute to Denver. Colo,
visited Mrs. A. Cauble and E. D.
ChiiIiIc ami wife this wtek.
SitaOdln whl conduct an old
time singing at the Macomb
B iplist. church the first Sunday
in .September; everybody come.
J C. Sl inpaijgh has sold his
store at Uryunt to A. L. Miller,
who til.so succeeds Mr. Shin
paugh as postmaster at Bryant.
R ynolds k Campbell l ave
just received a lot of new Cook
Stoves, which they are selling at
the old price while they last, -ad
Our fanner friends, especially
the !adi"S, are welcome, to use
our Green R loin as a rest place
when in town. Ku.mhi Drug Co.
J. T. Ogden and son of Roy
were here yestejvlay. Mr. Og
don, who is in buVm ss iu Roy,
contracted for a stand right for
our fair S pt. t to -7.
A full stock" of furniture, tlior
o,s."iii.i'.i coverings and wall paper at the
9-347-r,!ij Mansfield Fuinitutv Co, W. P.
lii iK) (is '"hiiiL'ton, proprietor Come
140 s.-i in and look at our stock. adv.
l.tiiti.no! While WE Burton was crank-
: VI l .. : . i 1. ..
Illicit '.li Diuiioay, 11. o.u'l lll't'll
and kickod him on the rightarm
making quite a had wound V E
said it, fot like it broke his neck.
Mt. (J rove defeated Mansfield
in a baseball game at M. Grove
Sunday. There will he a double
header here Sunday- Ava vs Mt.
drove, atxIManslield es Ml. Grove
nseil 11 oh tirade Piano lor sale
near Mansfield. Parties going
away. Write A Ij DAVIS,
Box Springfield, Mo. ad
The Parent Teacher Associa
. tiin meets at the school house
. tomorrow Friday afternoon, at
1 4 o'clock. '1 he program and
j plans will be made for the com
jingyear. All mothers are ur
j gently requested to be present.
L Myron A. Waterman of Wash-
(Commissioned . iniiton. D.C.. national bank ex
aminer, was here last week ex
amining the books of the Mans
field Federal Farm Lotn Associ
ation. He reported the records
of Mrs, A. J. Wiider, secretary
treasurer, neatly and perfectly
Autumn and winter styles are
now on display at the Bon
Marche Millinery Shop. Smart
tailored styles and large picture
hats in a variety ot materials
and colors. Hats of velvet and
duvet.yne trimmed in ostrich,
uncut I t inge and chinille. Shop
open all the time adv
F.W. Chit. T.R. Gaskin, Harry
Rippee, M I) Richman, J E.h'oeh
and Phil Erb of Cedar Gap at
tended Masonic lodge here last
night. The Master Mason de
gree was conferred. A special
meeting will be held next Wed
nes day night for conferring the
Entered Apprentice degree.
Mansfield had the distinction
this week of having as visitors
M. Jean Jacques Marquis and
wife of Du Chatelard Chateau on
Lake Geneva, Switzerland, who
are motoring from San Francis
co, Calif., to New York, stopping
here for a visit with A.J. Wilder
and wife and Rose Wilder Lane.
Monduy was Labor Day.
Frank Pope of Norwood wan here
thl week.
Have Ta'britton went to SprlnK
field Monday,
MiKS lleiilah .SleilienH has gone to
.Springfield to attend school.
Several from hero havo been at-
IciidliiR nireiut -court nt Hurl vllle this
Clyde nivalis of Moore'B Hill Ind
viHiled in K. A. CoIo'h diirliiR tli
Iloharl lleimley in worltlni; at the
.lohnnon It Hi-own meat market mid
J. W. Harvey, wlfo and grandson
or Arbeln visited tit tin; Will. IliiK
Kiin's home last week,
F.pr the Htnmaeh mid bowel disor
ders of babies McGEE'S I1ADY
lil.lXllt Is a remedy of genuine mer
it. It nets Miilelily, Is pure, whole,
some anil pleasant to take. Sold by
all ilrimglstH. Adv.
fyOINfffies, Everybody's
GOING To the Great Ozark
October 1-2-3-4
-cxOreiatest livestock Kvhihit over seen In
the Ov-arks $10,0(MI.OO iu cash premiums guiirut4xd by Spring
field I'luunber of Commerce.
Three (Treat public wiles of pure broil stock i0 bead of pure bred
llerefordu sell at Mtoek show grounds October 4, 1 p. in. 50 bend of
Pure Itred Shorthorns sell October 4, 10 a. m. 35 bead of pure
bred llurocs sojl October 2. See Railroad Agent for reduced fares.
I 3 fife
1 1
The Biggest Event Ever
, Staged in the Ozarks
Kilucational See the fine cattle, bogs, sheep
Kntertaiiiine I-lve irroat free amusement
feature Kbomver, the (treat trick mule,
Tluilero's Circus, Ituyinuiid, the treat clown,
Willie liros., the world's jrroalest equili
brists, kawuuu JaW you can't afford to
miss Uiis. .Mix with the blHi'st throng of
lienple ever s"n in Springfield. Tbousands
iiu-e coii'lng in automobiles. Ample railroad
No advance In hotel raU. This great
how arranged for the pleasure of the people
of the entire Ozark Country by the
H. It. NELSOV, Secretary.
SPItlN'fiKIELl), MISSOlitl.
Frost Millinery Iarlors
We desire to thank our friends and customers for
their past patronage and to call their attention to
our present stock which was never more complete
We now have a nice line of millinery, good shapes
and fine quality. Velvet and ostrich trimming,
also a good line of silk embroidery thread
Frost Millinery Parlors
eonl iniieit until (let.
w-ciiseil of eaiisiim I In
livil llulsell July 4tli
Astoria by udininisi ' riim 'poisoned
The case I'ete Ab.-dicrvs Cofer Curler
on contract wart decided in fuvor of the
.tainea I'arinc liter was (jiven limonlhB
in jail and lined $'0ll for assault, we
understand. .
O. B. Whitaktr and wife are here j
from Wenublcnu spend hk a lev. !
weeks on their farm. . j
Win. Hukkiihh and wife have p-
turned from their visit with 11. Ii. j
Hut-'gans and wife nt Richland.
O. Ti. Whitaker has shipped 1 1
head of registered Hert Tords from '
his fine herd to J. C. Hurt OeWilt, i
Nebraska, J
Iv.-ncat Coday and son Robert ('. I
H. While and t.nther Fly of Seymour
were hero KVIday. The Benlleuien i
were getting fair pointers.
Allen Broylen or Superior. Neb. !
has bought the Kvivett Williams j
farm and will move thereto. II is sou
Frank came In last weelt.
The city council met in special ses
sion Monday night. Street Commls
dinner P. M. Carnall reported Hie
collection of $lfiu in poll tax.
Those who enroll for business train
ing without first reading the cata
log of Ilranghon's Business College
make a serious mistake Wcite A. .1.
Rates, Pres., Springfield, Mo. Adv.
Monday night the following paid
Commercial Club dues J. W. llra
zenl, W. C, Coday, "W. A. Black, F.
C(,vnall, L. F. Livingston, .1. H. Free
man, Ir. .1. A. Fuson, .1. C. Tuni.er,
George B. Freeman.
Ice cream and cuke were served to j helped Mrs. (Jet),
a large iitinihir In the park Saturday run fruit Monday,
atlernoon by the I'lircnl-Teaclier As
sociation, the proceeds being for tin
benefit of the dotner.lic ails depart
ment of the Mansfield public schools.
i:: Ki.iiih i'.
ilialli of At.
.il a picnic nl
Circuit Court
At Hartville Monday Hie Kvans
and Stout hoys, two Springfield hobi.
who confessed to cobbing stores in
Mansfield,- were each given 7 year;
In the state reformatory at lloone
vllle. The Randle Smith cuso was
Norwood Route 1
Those at Gi'oi'He Shores, Sr.,
Sunday were Missus Kva and
Graee Richurdson, Nellie and
May Prye ami Rrne-st Urippen.
A truck load of youn follts
from M.icoiob attended the iee
cream supper at Wilbur John
son's Saturday nitrhtjihoso nlniijj
were Clarence and Alves Kenne
dy, Scott Mao key, liowland
I'earcey, Oscar Pri einiin, Sylva
Find ley and Mn n roe Royal and
Misses Maud and Myrtle Shores
Nellie and May Prye and Irmey
Kennedy. There was a large
crowd there and all roportod a
line time.
Nellie Prye and Myrtle-Shores
Shores, Jr.,
M rs. Shores
is on the sick list.
(Sen. Shores, Jr, and wife
spent Saturday night and Sun-,
day at Virgil Royal's.
Iv-ssio Franco left Thursday
for Nebraska.
Iriney Kennedy spent Satur
day night, with Maud Shores.
Myrtle Shores spentSaturday
night with Nellie Prye.

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