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Mansfield mirror. (Mansfield, Wright County, Mo.) 1908-1957, June 16, 1921, Image 3

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Have You
Seen It?
i
CeHheWeed
Have you si-en or tulked with your neighbors about tho
new International No. 4 Riding Cultivator, painted greeuo
and blue with steel pole?
Whether you are going to buy a cultivator or not, coino
in and look over this Cultivator. Tho designer was 5 years
in perfecting this machine to make it tho strongest, the
most handy and tho most simple cultivator on the market.
You can dodge tho most crooked corn; hold it up a hill
side at your will, and can follow a row of corn with the
horses walking directly on it.
You have heard of this cultivator for it has created one
of the greatest sensations of any machine that was ever of
fered the farmer.
If you want one, buy early.
CARTER & BEACH
Mansfield, Missouri
Farmers
Exchange
BUYS CREAM, EGGS AND POULTRY
SHIPS VEAL CALVES
SELLS AUTOMOBILE TIRES, FEED, FLOUR
AND SEEDS
Killjhat Cold With
m iiMiKir
FOR WWrAV ani
Cold. Cough "OMlV La Grippe
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for tho firat nmwo.
. .a- Breaks up a cold In 24 hours Relieves
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache
Quinine In this form does not affect tho head-Cascarn is boat Tonic
Laxative No Opiate in Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
Prescriptions
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
ID) (Q) ID) (S H5
is positively the best
Car for the Ozarhs.
MOSE HODGE, Dealer
Are You Going to Paint?
The high cost of building material makes it absolutely neces
sary to protect our buildings and make them last as long as possi
ble. Sanitation and beauty also recommend tmint. Wo carry a
Complete Line Sewall's House Paints
Including their Hat Interior, Roof and Barn Paints, Colovar, Auto
Refinlsh, Wagon-and Implement Paints and Porch Floor Paints
no better medium-priced paints.
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D. J. Landers Lumber Co.
Cigarette
To seal In the
delicious Burley
tobaeeo flavor.
It's Toasted
Rookie Pitcher Gets
Breaks that Beat Grays
In one of the cleanest and fast
est games ever witnessed in tho
Ozarks, tho Mtn. Grovo baseball
team defeated tho Grays Sunday
afternoon at Mtn. Grove, the
score being 1 to 0.
Mtn. Grove uncorked a rookie
southpaw pitcher, by tho name
of Kirkpatrick, and from the
way ha travelled, he seems to be
the class of tho Mtn. Grove team
SIim Owens performed on tho
mound for the Grays, and pitched
oue of the best games of his car
eer, yielding four hits, and fan
ning ten men. Hut tho breaks
were against him. In tho fifth
inning, with two out and two
strikes ou the butter, ILller, the
runner on third, was caught in a
chase, and through a bad throw
and a dropped ball, scored the
lone run which was sullicicnt to
win tho gamo. The Grays had
three opportunities to score, but
in each instanco lack of punch or
tho breaks of the game kept the
boys from counting. In the sec
ond, with none out and runners
on til stand second, Lungshine,
second baseman, pulled Ural
Dennis' Texas leHguer out of the
air, and betoro tne runners
could get back, a lightning like
triple play resulted. In tho fifth
the Grays had another chance to
score, but could not produce tho
necessary bingln. Again, in the
seventh, the bases were tilled,
and a hit would have meant two
runs and the game, but nothing
doing.
Score by innings
Mansliold! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Mtn. Grove ....0000 1 00 Ox 1
Batteries OwonBand Brasher;
K'irkpatrick and Bridges.
ASPIRIN
Name Payer'lon Genuine
jofmJ
Tako Anplrin only as told In each
pnckiiKO of funulno Bayor Tabloid
of Aspirin. Then you will be fol
lowing tho direction and dosngo
worked out by physicians during 21
earn, and proved safo by millions
Tako no chances with SubfltltuteB.
It you seo tho Itayor Cross on tab
lets, you can tako them without fear
for Colds, Headaches, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
.umbngo and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve tablets cost few
cents. Druggists also sell larger
packages. Aspirin is the trado mark
of Daycr Manufacture of Monoaco
tlcacidcstcr of Sallcylicacld. Adv.
Notice of Annual Meeting
of Stockholders
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Fuson Drug Company
of Mansfield, Mo., will be hold at
2:30 o'clock p. in., Monday, July
11, 1921 at it's ofiico in Maus
field, Mo., for the purpose of
electing directors to serve dur
ing tho ensuing year and to
transact such other business as
may properly come beforo the
meeting.
M. DIVAN GREEN, President
W. M. DIVAN, Secretary.
If you have reason to think
your child is suffering from
worms, tako the safe course use
White's Cream Vermifuge.
Worms can not resist its expel
ling Influence. Price, 35c. Sold
by all druggists. adv.
Trustee's Sale.
WHEREAS, Benj. Moore and
Ida F. Moore, his wife, by their
certain Deed of Trust, dated De
cember 12, 1017, and recordod in
Rook HQ and Page 378, of the of
lice of the Recorder of Deeds, in
Wright County, Missouri, con
veyod to J. E. Craig, the under
signed Trustee, all the following
described real estate, situated
in tho County of Wright and
State of Missouri, to wit:
Lot Two (2) and tho East half
of Lot One (1), of the Northwest
one quarter, and the West half of
Lots One (1), and Two (2), of tho
Northeast quarter, of Section
Four (J), Township Twenty-nine
(20), and Range Fourteen (14),
and part of the West half of Lot
One (1) of the Northwest quarter
of said Section Four (4), Town
ship Twenty-nine (20), Range
Fourteen (14), described as com
mencing at tho Northeast corner
of said forty, running thence duo
West, thirty-eight (38) rods and
nino (9) feet, to a stone, thence
due South to the South line of
said forty, thonco East to the
Southeast corner of said forty,
thence North to place of begin
ning.
Also, the East half of Lot Two
(2) of the Northwest quarter and
the West half of Lot Two (2) of
the Northeast quarter of Section
Five (5), and all of the Northeast
quarter of Section Nine (9), all
in Township Twenty -nine (29),
of Range Fourteen (14), and con
taining four hundred fifty-eight
(158) acres, more or less.
For the purpose of securing a
certain promissory noto in said
Deed of Trust described, and
WHEREAS said Deed of Trust
provides that, if default be made
in the payment of said promis
sory noto or any installment of
interest thereon, then, in that
event, the wholo sum of money
thereby secured shall at the op
tion of the legal holder of said
noto become at once due and
payable.
WHEREAS default has been
made in the payment of an Inter
est installment, for a period of
more than five months and,
whoreas tho holder of said note
has exercised his option that tut
whole sum shall become due and
payable and has so declared
same to be now duo and payable,
THEREFORE, I, J. E. Craig,
the undersigned Trustee, at the
request of tho legal holder of
said noto, will, on Saturday, the
2Hrd day of July, 1921, between
tho hours of 9 o'clock in tho fore
noon and 4 o'clock in the after
noon of that day, at tho front
door of the Courthouse in the
City of Hartvillo, in said County
of Wright and State of Missouri,
sell the aforesaid property at
public vendue, to tho highest
bidder, for cash in hand, for the
purpose of satisfying tho terms
of said Deed of Trust and paying
tho expenses of executing this
trust.
J. E. CRAIG,
Trustee
Macomb, R.1
Plowing and re planting eorn
isjhe order of the day in this
vicinity.
Tho picnic at (Stoney Point
Sunday was well attended.
Mrs V. E. Royal and little
daughter spent tho latter part
of the week with homo folks;
May Frye spent Tuesday
night at Joo Frye's.
Mublo Rearcy who has been
visiting relatives and friends
around Macomb has returnodto
her homo in Springfield.
Olltn Frye spent Wed. evening
in Maoomb.
Misses Berta and Minnie
Johnson, and Mrs, Harmie Will
iams were in Hartvillo, Friday
and Saturday taking teachers
examination,
Docla Gann of Wolf Creek and
Alfred Woody of Macomb, were
married Saturday. Wo extend
our heartiest congratulations to
both.
Rosolta Schlicher spent Mon
day night with Nellie and May
Fryo.
There is going to bo an all day
singing at the S ponce sohool
houso Sundny Juno 12th every
body come and bring well filled
bnskets.
Clifford Bobzlen Is spending a
few days with his uncle John
Frye.
DOES BACKACHE WORRY YOU?
Some Maiufleld People Have Learn
ed How to Get Relief.
How many people suffer from an
aching back?
How few know the cause?
If It hurts to stoop or lift
If you suffer sudden, darting
pains
If you are weak lame and tired
Suapect your kidney.
Watch for nature's signal.
Tho first alga may be headache or
dizziness.
Scanty, painful, or too frequent
urination.
Nervousnes or s tonetant, dead
tired feeling.
Avert tho serious kidney diseases,
Treat the weakened kidneys with
Donn's Kidney mis.
A remedy especially for sick kid
neys.
Gratefully endorsed by residents
of this locality. Ask your neighbor.
Mrs. L. C. Green, Houston, Mo.
says: ''Some time ago my back and
kidneys wen out of fix. My buck
ached constantly. My kidneys acted
Irregularly so I knew they wero the
canso of tbe trouble. I felt weak
and tired out all tho time. I had
beard a great deal about Doan'i
Kidney Pills so I got a box. Doan's
helped me In a short time and con
tinued use entirely cured me."
r0c, at all dealers. Foster-Mil-
burn Co., Ufrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv
No. 67.
Mrs. Virgil Royal Spent Fri
day with home Jolka.
Marie Johnson spent Saturday
night with Myrtle and Ethel
Bonley, and attended tbe Ice
cream supper at If r. Stewarts.
May Frye and Clifford Bobzien
spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Shores Jr.
Mrs. Garrett Canningham and
little daughter Georgia Irene,
spent Saturday night with home
folks, and attended the ball game
at Macomb Sunday afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. Ot Shore Jr,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Freeman.
John Frye wife and daughter
Ruth spent the day Sunday with
their daughter Mrs. Virgil Roy
al.
Macomb beat Stonev Pnin'i in
a base ball game Sunday after
noon, the scores were 7 and IB.
uurran lor Wacomo.
Myrtle Shores spent Saturday
night with Nellie and May Frye.
Itching diseases can be con
trolled and cause removed by ap
plying Ballard's Snow Liniment.
The relief Is prompt and perma
nent. Three sires, 30c, 00c and
$1.20 per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. ad?.
DOLLY DIMPLE.
The misery and depression
caused by a bilious and consti
pated condition of the system
can be quickly removed by using
Herbine. It purifies, strength
ens and invigorates. Price, 60c.
Sold by all druggists. adv.
vurn vor taic.
We have several wagon loads
of good sound ear corn, shucked
and number one corn at 00 cents
per bushel. Clean; no trash.
Cedar Gap Mercantile Co.
Cedar Gap, Me.
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Dodson's Liver Ton
Killing Calomel Sale
Don't sicken or aalirate jroortalf or
paralym your eouitiT Brer by taking
oalamnl which ta qataksilrer. Your
rimlcr arils each battle of- ptesaaolt
hiu-mless "Ondaoa'a Llnr Toae" under
an Ironclad, mooer-bask fiwaatee
that it rwutetae the lirer. stomach and
howcle butber than oataad without ask
ing you ekkU atiSles bvtUvs eotd,
Congressman Shetton
Writes.
That ex service men will be in
terested to know that tho House
passod tho Sweet Dill, co-ordinating
the Bureau of War Risk
Insurance, the activities of the
Public Health Service relating to
tho Bureau of War Risk Insur
ance, and the Rehabilitation Di
vision of the Federal Board for
Vocational Eduoatlon. This new
bureau wtll se known as tho Vet
erans' Bureau.
Tho purpose la to secure more
prompt action open the claimeof
ex-service men. It provides for
the establishment of one hun
dred forty sub offices where
claims may be considered and
acted upon, dispensing with
much rod tape that causes delay
under the present system.
Of eourso, the bill has not
passed the Senate but It's chan
cos are very promising.
Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
Everv family should keep this
nrenaration at hand ready for in
stant use when needed. Severe
attacks of colic and cholera mor
bus often prove fatal before med
icine can be procured or a pyhsi
cian summoned. Tho uniform
success that has attended the
use of this remedy and tho
prompt cures whloh it has ef
fected have made it a staplo ar
ticle, of trade. S
ANNOUNCING
The Sunday
St. Louis Star
An Entire Different Sunday Newspaper
Out Sunday, June 26
The Sunday Star will contain lire news and numerous
attractive Sunday Features including by far the strong
est Colored Magazine Section and Colored Comic Sec
tion in America.
These features are already read in over 3,000,000 Am
erican homes every Sunday but are new to this field.
Hand or Mail this to Your Newsdealer Today.
Delivery Order for the Sunday Star.
AGENT THE ST. LOUIS STAR:
Deliver The Sunday Star to me, commencing with;
the first issue, June 20, and continuing until further
notice. Collect from me at the regular rate.
Name.
Address.
Plpnte write plainly.
In places where The Star has no agents please band
order to the postmaster.
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Prescription carefully compounded.
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles aid
School Supplies.
F. M. Huffman
DRUGGIST
Norwood, Mo.
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ALUMINUM WARE
We have received from the American Aluminum
Co. a fine shipment of Aluminum Ware, that
we are giving away on a ooupon system, whloh
consists of practical kitchen wars and utensils.
Come and get a booklet, and see the dl0erent
varieties, and examine tbe ware. This booklet
will give you an outline as to how you are to
get these goods.
We have in stock the Unbreakable coarse and
tine Combs ask about them. Men's Spring
Suspenders, guaranteed for 12 months. Also
a good line of poultry foed, Avaton Poultry
Tablets for cholera and ether diseases among
poultry. See our fresh line ef Groceries,
Candles, and other goods. See us before you
buy.
H.M. NORCROSS STORE
- i -Barggsst n i l mm ' -mn a
HUBBLE'S
302 St Louis Street
Sarirajadd, Mo.
Hemstitching
Covers! Buttons
Art Needlework
Material. Pleating
Art and Baby Shop
Mail order filled tame day received
Write for catalogue
BANK OP MANSFIELD
Established 1892
Paid Currency on all our Cheeks Durhmg the Panic of 100T
Capital $60,000.00 Surplus $30,000.00
Save money-trade with the
Kennedy Lumber Co.
Raymondville and Mansfield
ManutaeUrers of All Klnda el
Yellow Pine Lumber & Shintfles
Umber Trom.forest to home-bollder
No middleman Car load lots a specialty
J. H. AYERS. LOCAL MANAGER
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