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I n L... aurcfcl Society VOr.UME 13 MANSFIELD, WRIGHT COUNTY, MISSOUI, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1921 NUMBER 8 nit IIW 11 A i Tersely Told Town Tale Orville Luna has returned to Zanoni. Atty. N. J. Craig was in Hart vllle Friday. F. M. Cantrell has returned from Kansas City. . Miss Blanche Crippin of Ches ter,' 111. has been visiting friends here. .' Misses Irene and Pauline Can- Jell of New Grove spent the Week end in Mansfield. V Clyde Turner and family have returned from a three months solourn at Tottinoilln. Fla. 'PKo man "mifViiifr. a rnnfcitr" will be given at the Nugget Thea tre Apr. 25th- by the American . Legion. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dennis and children spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Marven Dennis. .The Frisco has cut off the tele graph operator at Mansfield, and Agent L. F. Livingston is now doing the work formerly done . i r i m a w :i l : There will be a pie supper at Oak Ridge, Sat. night, Apr, 16th. Program will be given by the "kids" of Oak Ridcre. and Lead Hill districts. An excellent pro gram is being prepared, Come. Jess Pool of Hartville was here Sunday. Paul J. Robinett was here from Hartville during the week. Several of our citizens have been attending circuit court at Hartville this week. C. C. Cunningham and family spent the week end with home folks at Cabool. Henderson Lovan and wife pent the week end with home folks at Willow Springs. The man "without a county r" will be given at the Nugget Thea tre, Apr. 25th by the American Legion. T. F. Lenhart, formerly of Mansfield, has sold out his un dertaking business at Titusville, Fla. Earl D. Cauble, formerly of Mansfield, who has been work ing for the Frisco at Mammoth Springs, Ark. is now located at Jonesboro, Ark. G. S. Burney and wife have moved back to Mansfield from Cabool. Mr. Burney will act as second trick operator for the Frisco at Cedar Gap. J. E. Brazeal bas been suc ceeded as night clerk at the Fris co depot by C. A.Gray of Cabool, and Mr. Brazeal will be stationed at Cabool. ! ! ! ! ! I1 I 'I' ' 'I' '1' '' T Hardware and Harness When you think of Hardware, Harness, Plow Repairs, Stoves, Barbed and Fence Wire, or Household Vessels, Think of Reynolds & Campbell i't'Tfe hj?ejaJEH-supply of these goods and the prices are right. Also, Groceries and Queensware. It ' will pay you to visit Mansfield when in need of these supplies, and get our prices before you buy. REYNOLDS & CAMPBELL North of Square. Mansfield, Missouri ! 1. ! 1 1 I I V ! ! ! ! ! I1 !' I C. . B. GARAGE. FORD AGENCY Buy a Fordson Tractor Now, While You Can Get it at Re duced Price. Delivered $660. General Repair WorR Mansfield, Missouri jiti Furniture and Rug's For years we have sold goods to particular people, those who wanted good merchandise at a reason able price. We know we have been successful, as our business has increased each year. WE HAVE BARGAINS TO OFFER YOU IN OUR LINE. Give us a trial. Furniture, Rugs, Window Shades, Glass, Paints, Varnishes, new and second-hand goodsall for sale at the late reduced prices. Picture Framing. Mansfield Furniture Co., L A. Johnson, Prop. EAT with that satisfaction of knowing that you are getting the best. Short orders and Regular Meals. Cigars, Tobaccos, Candies and Soft Drinks. Young-Sha-p RESTAURANT N. J. Whelchel of Hartville was here Sunday. ' -P. S. Williams was in Hart ville Saturday. Fresh fish and oysters, Fri day. City Meat Market. Jesse Findley and family of Hartville were here Sunday. Fred McMillian made a trip this week to Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. D. N. Moore has been visiting at Mountain Grove. , Mrs- MargaretKileyof Spring field has been Visiting here. Mrs. C. L. Wilson returned Sunday from dot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Frank Beach was a Springfield visitor this week. Ira Stout has resigned as one of the Mansfield-Ava mail car riers. Mrs. M. E. West has returned from her visit at Mammoth Springs, Ark. County Treasurer B. F. Rob ertson of Hartville was here dur ing the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hylton re turned from a visit to California the latter part of last week. U. B. Rogers of St. Louis spent Sunday here with his par ents, Dr. R. M. Rogers and wife. The man "without a country" will be given at the Nugget Thea tre Apr. 25th by the American Legion. Lumber for sale: I have all kinds of good oak lumber for sale. Paul Williams, Mansfield, Mo. Misses Leona Hoover left Sat urday evening on a trip to Kan sas Uity, wnere she will visit friends and relatives. Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Riley, and Mr. and Mrs. - C. C- Newton spent the week-end in Spring field, motoring back Sunday evening. For biliousness and that bad taste in the mouth take a Divan's Liver Pill at night it will do the work. Fuson Drug Co. adv. Homer Turbutton will build a room residence on his property here, having sold his other house and one lot to Pink Tarbutlon. He also sold one lot to L. B Johnson. Mrs. G. C. Freeman and little daughter left for Atchison, Kan sas, Saturday, to visit friends and relatives. They will also visit in Kansas City before re turning home. A. J. Clark Will erect a 0 room stucco bungalow on the lot on Commercial Street which he purchased from Dr. J. A. Fuson E. A. Ciipnin of Chester, ill is the contractor. Freda LeVon Ballew, weight seven and a half pounds, arrived Mar. 24th at the home of 0. H Ballew, and wife at Lindsey California. The mother is the daughter of Ben Morris and wife, formerly of Mansfield Following are the names of those who spent Sunday with Rot D. Huggans and wife. Mr and Mrs. James Freeman, Mrs Amanda Newton, Mr. and Mrs Everett S pence and four children Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Huggans and son Clyde, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Spence and grandson Ted, Ola Smith, Mr. and Mrs Lcatherman and two Children of Coffeyville, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. White and daughter Zelda of Seymour. A "send-off" party accompan led Mrs. G. 0. Freeman and Miss Leona Hoover as far as Springfield Saturday evening While .there the party attended the Saturday evening perform ancebf the Al G. Fields minstrels and-7" witnessed the exhibition baseball ' game between the Spying field s Midgets and the iflainl : Pirwes. Mrs. Frank Beach; Misses Lois Beach, G race iJraig and Hazel Dalgliah, and Messrs. G. CtVreeman, L. W. Fly J. E. Twohig, of' Nil.; wood, was in Mansfeld Saturday. For Sale good cow. See Paul Williams, Mansfield, jMo. Thos. Dean and yifo were in Norwood Tuesday, i Friends of Will CrHin are glad to note that he is ablo to be up and about again. j G. W. Freeman returned from tho general assembly of the Cu m berland Presbyterian chu rch Tuesday evening. jMrs. Free man remained over.in Spring field for a few days. !-' City Marshal Strcpg was in Springfield and Kansas City this week. He was before the Federal Court in Springfield with some matters, and then went on to Kansas City, having been called there by the state prohibition enforcement organization. L. Leatherman arid wife, of Coffeyville, Kans., were in Mans field during the past week. While Mr. Leatherman was here he closed a deal whereby he will move back to Mansfield, and will again engage in the, photograph business. He will be located at his old stand over the Farmers and Merchants Bank, and ex pects to be ready for business sometime the first of next week Miss Alma Draper closed a very successful term of school at the Roy school house last Friday ight with an excellent program and supper. There were three. aduated from the oighth grade follows: Cora Quessenberry Ruby Smith and Edgar Letsing- er. Uiass co ors were rea, wniie and blue, and the flower girls ressed in the class colors were: Jessie Letsinger, Ina Broyles, and Florence Huffman. Gradua tion song was . lea. by Marie Den tli rage. It is said that this is tne most eiaDorate arm com plete graduation exercises in the A years existence of tho school. Miss Mamie Beach gave a par ty in honor of Misses Pauline and Ireno Cantrell at her home, April 2nd. The guests attended the theatre in the early evening and returned to the home of C Beach. The rest of the even ug was spent in playing games. Later, refreshments were served to the following: Irene Cantrell, Pauline Cantrell, Elfra Smith, Zella Smith, Ulis Cantrell, Ruby Dennis, Jessie Hoover, Eflie Can trell, Marie Norcross, Dwiglit Dennis, Cecil Davis, Alton Den nis, Wayne Newton, Gordon Hensley, Hobart Hensley, John Newton, Edgar Brazeal and Paul Robinctte. MANSFIELD WILL HAVE SALES DAY The Sales Day committee of the Mansfield Chamber of Com merce, composed of A. J. Wilder, Roy R. Dennis and W. B. Hitch cock, met last Tuesday afternoon and took the first steps toward a Sales Day in Mansfield. The matter, will be thoroughly threshed out and more definite arrangements made at the meet ing of the Manslield Chamber of Commerce tonight. The committee secured the lots between the Carter & Beach Garage and tho Hitchcock build ing, and tl)9 lots directly back of this, on which to hold the first sale. The date decided on by this committee is Saturday, April 30th. and Roy Dennis, the auctioneer, has offered his ser vices free for the sale of farm stuff on the first day, and the Mirror will publish without charge, for this day. a list of the property for sale. Farmers having stuff for sale on this day, should confer with any member of this committee, or with the Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce; and if you want to buy anything, don't fail to be in Mansfield on this day. The Mansfield merchants will offer some special bargains on this day, which will be worth many miles of travel to you. Make your arrangements to be in Mansfield Saturday, April 30. The Mansfield Concert Band under the direction of J. IS. rouch, intends to make its first public appearance on this uate. This will give you an opportunity to hear the boys render their first program in public. More definite arrangements and olans will be made at tne meeting of the Mansfield Cham ber of Commerce tonight, ana will lm announced fully in the Mansfiald Mirror. The Elections. The school election in the Mansfield school district passed off very quietly last Tuesday There were 2(J(i votes cast, and the levy carried by about 4 to 1 There were 2o3 votes cast in favor of a 0 months school, and 20 against the 9 months term Geo. B. Freeman and John w, Brenthnger were clecttd direc tors for terms of threo years The vote was as follows: Geo. B. Freeman, 195. John W. Brentlingor, 194. John Livingston, 109. Ezra Dennis, 85. For the Levy; 230. Against the Levy, 58. For 9 months school, 253. Against 9 mouths school, 29 CITY ELECTION The citv election passed off without a contest, with the fol lowing result: J. E. Craig was elected mayor D. S. Cantrell, alderman in the second ward; M. E. Stephens and Oliver B. Davis, aldermen in the first ward, for two and one vear terms, respectively. Fol lowing is tho vote: First ward J. E. Craig fo mavor. 59: M. E. Stephens for alderman (two year term), CO Oliver B. Davis for alderman (one year term), 58. Second - "April Fool" Party. Miss Grace Craig was the charming hostess of a novel April Fool" party, last Friday evening, at nor nomo un inc Hartville road. Each guest was constantly on the alert for tne jokes of April, and were fooled that very few wero played The evening was a melange oi wit, music and games, and there was something on the program at all times. Sandwiches and punch having been served promiscuously thru- out the evening, the guests were suspicious of an April fool joke when they were requested to use their napkins as "rugs" and arrango themselves in a circle on the floor during tho serving or refreshments. These consisted of ice cream camouuagea in lemon peel cups, and animal cookies. Tho clever favors were tiny "April shower" girls, which, when their umberellas were op ened, disclosed the fact that one was an "April fool". The party wound up with a f ullisade of con fnt.t.i niu'.h cucst receiving a peanut" sack of the ammuni tion. At a late hour tne party flishnnded. everyono conscious that the evening had been hamxv event. Those present were: Mr. ana Mrs. G.O. Freeman, Mrs. t ranit Rpneh. Misses Lois Beach, Eflie f-antrell and Hazel Dalglisli, ami Messrs. Luther Fly, Jasper Craig, Hobart Hensley and J. B Crouch. to get you in our store, and then the very weight of our will tell you to buy ' Hats and Caps for Men and Boys including the "kippy" looking "PEP" brand; also an unusually good line of straws, and cloth middy caps. Ladies' Oxfords and Shoes Real values, at $3.00 and up. Men's Shoes are coming back to earth; $4.50 and up. The best line of Men's Work Shoes in the world, and that's covering some territory. Ladies' Dress Goods in abundance and variety, from which you are sure to find what you want. We especially call your attention to our beautiful Colored Organdies a selection from which will appeal to the most discriminating. Do you expect to travel soon? Then look over our line of Trunks, Bags, and Suit Cases. REYNOLDS & CODAY Mansfield, Mo. Notice of Annual Meeting of Stockholders, Notice is hereby given that there will be an annual meeting of the stockholders oi tne Farmers and Merchants Bank, of Mansfield, Mo., at 3.00 o'clock p. in., Friday, April 15th, 1921 at their banking house, for tne purpose of electing five directors for the ensuing yoar, and to at tend to such other business as may corao before the meeting.- R. A. ALCORN HDWE. CO. If you are going to Screen your home, see us. We have plenty of Screen Wire, Screen Doors, and Screen Door Fixtures. We sell Webster's big 10c packets of Seed for 5c; Garden Seed in bulk. Oliver Plows. Cultivators, Check Row Planters, and One-Horse Drills and Planters. Barbed Wire, Field Fence and Poultry Netting Oil Stoves R. A. ALCORN HDWE. CO. In Our New Quarters We are now well located in our new quarters, and are prepared to serve you good and well in most all lines of merchandise. Give us a call and get our prices. J. C. SHINPAUGH I MMH flM MM I Ml HI Ml I Mil !! Brighten up your old hats with Colorite We have, all the colors. RIT Soap Dye all colors. Putnam Dye, the best dye on the market. I Oc, 3 for 25c. Fuson Drug Company and J.'Bivronch comprised the ward J.E Craig for mayor, 108 "J. D. Reynolds, President J. E. Craig, Secretary party. : D, S. Cantrell for alderman, 108, J ...-".V :i:!'-.xir''