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Mansfield mirror. (Mansfield, Wright County, Mo.) 1908-1957, March 24, 1921, Image 3

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For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bean
the
NORWOOD. MISSOURI
HOTEL.
Newly Furnished Throughout
Towr Patronage Solicited
Special attention to commercial
trade. Supper served before arrival
o( Frisco passenger train No. 104.
MKB. MATTIU COTTENGIM
CARTER & BEACH
Has a good line of farm
Machinery, Imperial
Plows, Chattanooga
Plows, I. H. Cultivators,
McCormic mowers, hay
rakes, corn planters,
discs, and many other
farm tools.
CARTER & BEACH
Mansfield, Missouri
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA
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FOR V AND
Cold., Cough. "OM La Gr'PPe
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Tak. no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze.
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache
Quinine In this form does not affect the head-Cascara is best Tonic
Laxative No Opiate in Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
PLEASANT FLAT
(Last Week Items)
Little Hazel Millsap lias come
to visit .her grandmother, and
other relatives.
Mrs. M. M. Allen and Hazel
Millsap came out to visit in the
old neighborhood and to visit
Mrs. Aliens children.
Miss Alta Tharj) has gone to
Mountain Grove to keep house
for her brothers who are attend
ing school at that place.
Elmer Tharp visited the Nor
wood school Firday, and they
ask him to cipher against the
school giving hitn his choice as
to where they would cipher. Ue
was in the Hth grade at the
Tharp school which closed in
February. He visited his sister
in Mtn. Grove Saturday and Sun
day. Misses Opal and Essie Tharp
accompanied by the King - boys
made a short call at the Inhoff
home Sunday.
Mr. Dennis Crane who has
been living in ladepeudauce Kan
sas is moving on the Shropshire
farm south west. His little
daughter has had the measles
since he came back.
Clay Whittaker and Ralph
Fullington attenred the Sunday
school at the Tharp last Sunday.
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If you want to be sure of getting
the very best in
Pure Fresh Drugs
Compounded by an accurate and
careful druggist take your pre
scriptions to
C. H. Dalrymple, Druggist
Phone 68 and 69 Landers Building
Springfield, Missouri
1HY ('REEK ITKMS.
(La3t Week Items)
The farmers here are all busy
ith their farm work.
Ralph Miller and family visit
ed Daniel Hylton's Sunday.
Samuel Locke spent Saturday
ight and Sunday with his aunt
Octia Cof fuian.
George Nevils and wife visit-
d Mr. Shaws' Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Coonrad visited
at Joel Hylton's Sunday.
Mr. Bergin and family spent
Sunday with Mr. Shaws.
Miss Ada Shaw has returned
home from Pittsburg Kansas.
Misses Radie and Lillie Locke,
pent Sunday with Birdie John
son.
Mrs. B. Nevils spent Friday
and Saturday with her sou Char
ley Nevils.
Homer Atchison who has been
very ill witn Dipiitiiena uieu
Friday March 11th. ..lie was bur
?d in the Fairview cemetery at
Olathe.
LITTLE JIMMY.
IIMIMIMIMIMM
Farmers
Exchange
BUYS CREAM, EGGS AND POULTRY
SHIPS VEAL CALVES
SELLS AUTOMOBILE TIRES, FEED, FLOUR
AND SEEDS
Save money-trade with the'
Kennedy Lumber Co.
Raymondville and Mansfield
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Yellow Pine Lumber & Shingles
Lumber from forest to home-builder
No middleman Car load lots a specialty
W. T. FUGE, LOCAL MANAGER
Lucky Tiger
The rVaffan'a Hair-
aarfSealaftenmrVf 1
MaoeMttatHoemMa
; Positively eradicates
'dandruff corrects ecse-
mateooa scalp. atopa falling hair
promotes la xuriant growth adds lustre,
beauty, health acUon Immediate and
certain. atoney-Back Guarantee. C
M eimttlMa kaiten, or aea4 Me
tor cenereea sample.
IDCIT TKEI C... Kansas CHy. Me.
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' Do you know
you can roll
50Aqq
cigarettes tor
lOcts from
one bag of
GENUINE
BullDurham
TOBACCO
OLATHE
(La.-it Week Items)
The fine rain Sunday night
was very much needed.
Roy Robertson returned from
Kansas City last week to farm
this summer.
Eucus Gates wife and son
Frederick, Misses Cora Oussen
berry and Nora Huffman, and
Reed Johnson and Orville Ous
senberry, spent Sunday evening
at Mrs. Dora Robertsons. .
Ernest Roy called at his fath
ers L. M. RoySunday afternoon.
Mrs. PaytonOusscnbcrry and
baby called utLu Davis's Sun.
Mrs. Paul Williams and daugh
ter Myrtle spent Sat. afternoon
with her sister Mrs. Dora Robertson.
Miss Ethel Robertson is home
from Kansas City for a visit
with home folks.
Mrs. Dura Robertson and
daughter Ethel and sons Roy
and Cecil spent Sunday at Paul
Williams.
Doc Gates and wife spent Sun-
ay at his brother Eucus'.
D.tve Bennett has moved on
tin; S. 11. Robertson farm.
RUBY
Lead Hill
( Last Week Ik-ins.)
We sure had a fine rain Sun
day night it makes every thing
look nice. The peach trees are
bloomed out if they are not killed
there is going to be lots of
peaches.
Most every one through here
has their oats sowed and some
have their corn ground turned.
The meadows look nice since
the rain.
0. E. Wiuburn, wife and chil
dren visited at G.W. Kisers Sun
day, Melvin Douglas and family
visited there also.
Mrs. Allen RandolphofSpring
field visited at the homes of O.
E. Winburns, Joe Goss's, Jake
Crider, G. W. Kiser aud E. Mat
uey's last waek.
Jake Crider is reported to be
very sick.
Cap Goss Is working for Bill'
Lee.
Gorden Goss visited Marve
Goss's Sunday.
Mrs. Effie Morris and children
visited her parents, Fred Goss
and wife last week.
Mrs. A. Morris is sick, and
Miss Mable Lee is staying with
her.
A TEXAS WONDER.
For kidney and bladder troubles
gravel, weak and lame back, rheunia
tlsm and Irregularities of the kid
nevs and bladder. Sold by your
druelest: by mall, 11.25. Small
bottle often cures. Send for sworn
testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926
OHve St., St. Louts, Mo. Sold by
druglsts. Advertisement
M aft
"When I feel like this
dizzy, black spots before
my eyes, bad taste in
my mouth, stupid and
azy I know whats
the matter. I'm bilious,
I just take a couple of
DR. MILES' LIVER PILLS
They fix me up in short order.
Why don't YOU try these
little wonder workers? You'll
find them easy to take and
mild but effective in opera
tion. ,
Your Druggist sells Dr- Miles
Preparations.
EASE BALL
New York "Giants"
VS.
Springfield "Midgets"
Regular Admission Prices:
IIICKI-: AXD TIIEI5H NKWS.
We sure are having real spring
weather now.
Oscar Moody's visited at C. N.
Dudleys, Sunday.
Those who dined with Pete
Brazeal and wife Sunday, were
lames Brazeal and wife, Jack
Rrazeal, wife and three children,
Ilev brazeal wife and two chil
dren, Leora and Alece Frye.
Mrs. Oscar Moody and Mrs.
C. N. Findley, and Miss Ethel
and Cora Findley called at the
Pete Brazeal home Sunday after
noon.
Oscar Moody called on his
father Monday.
Ilosie Stout wife and baby vis
ited at Claud Smiths Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Pete Brazeal and
Mrs. C. N. Findley, and little
grand daughter Fern, viaitcd at
Oscar Moodys Monday night-
Mrs. Findley and Eorn stayed
over till Sunday.
I'OOl, SCHOOL ITKMS.
Mr. J. R. Pool and wife.G. W
Tripp and family attended the
farmers meeting in Mansfield
Friday.
Miss Lela and Neta Tripp vis
ted at Miss Josie Seals Sunday.
Mr. W. S. Gas-kill attended
hurch Sunday at the Moody
church.
Mrs. W. R. Roper aud Mrs
Charley Rush called on Mrs.
Westbrook Monday afternoon
Mrs.' W. S. GaRkill and Helen
Shinpaugh went to the broom
factory Thursday.
Mr. Elmer Shinpaugh and
family visited Mrs. Shinpaughs
father and mother Sunday
Gid ilensloy.
Tuesday and Wednesday
March 29th30th
White City Ball Park
50 and 75 Cents
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increasing uur oiock
We have increased our stock
of groceries. We carry a nice
line of oleomargarine and
nut butter, an other Swift
products. Good line coffee.
We have a nice line ladies',
gents and Misses hose. Also
stock food and hog tonic.
Examine our goods and get
our prices before you buy.
II. 31. NORCROSS STORE
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OF EXTRA GOOD
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On my farm 8 miles south of Mansfield. 2 miles west of
Bryant postoffice, and 7 miles north of Ava.
Sale Commences at 1 :00 p.m. sharp.
10 head of as good Jersey dairy cows as are to be
found in this part of the
Ozarks; 2 to 8 years old;
some fresh now, others
fresh soon. 5 Jersey
heifer calves, from a suck
ling to a yearling. I have
too many to tend, so am
reducing my entire herd.
Also 1 Milwaukee self
binder doing good work.
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10 head of Poland China hogs, belonging to Tom Robinson, will be sold.
If you are interested in real Dairy Cows, don't fail to attend this sale.
Aroma Strawberry Plant.
for sale $1 00 per 100, $7.00 per
1000, ready for deli very Apr. 1st
P. H. Riley.
TERMS to be made known on date of sale.
Glhiairlosf MffilB$r
Col's. Kay & Klineline, Auctioneers.
J. E. Craig. Clerk.
MANSFIELD MIRROR PRINT

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