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THE MANSFIELD MIRROR
hHUii Trr Taaraaar ta ta Ovara Haaaa Black, Wart iJeaara MIRROR PI HLISHINU CO. Atgirf. & Davis, Oliver B. Davis, Editor. $1.50 a Year In Advance tS.OO OCT81DK THK 8TATK. aural at th FVMofflva at MaaaaaMl Ma aa MfM4-rilM autta. rmwvrnm in Fort'Un Advrlt.in R.pra.nttiv,i THE. MfniCAN PRI.SS A'S. :i TION CITY OFFICIALS. Mayor -. J. E. Craig Marshal : Roe Strong Police Judge S. R. Hedrick Assessor C. C. Newton Aldermen : First Ward. M. E. Stephens First "Ward i O. B. Davis Second Ward, D S. Cantrell Second Ward.L F. Livingston President Board, L F. Livingston Clerk J. W. Brazeal ffreaaurei M. E. Gorman Attorney N. J. Craig Street Commissioner. Roe Strong Collector C. L. Turner Health Officer Dr. J. A. Fuson Board of Health J. E. Craig Dr.J.A. Fuson, L. F. Livingston Council meets the second Monday evening of every month. BAILEOAD TIME TABLES. East Bound. No.101 Passenger 9:55 p.m No.241 Local freight 11:00 a. dj Nb.103 Passenger ' 9.33a.m. West Bound. No. 102 Passenger 5;10a.ro No.240-Local freight 11:00 a.m. No. 104 Passenger 6:45 p.ui L. F. LIVINGSTON, Agent OZAKK SOUTHERN' Leave Mansfield 10:00 a. m (After arrival of Frisco train 103) Airive Ava 11:30 a. in. Leave Ava 3.30 p. m. Arrive Mansfield 5:00 p. in FRED G ROVER, Agent BAPTIST CHTJECH. Sunday school every Sunday at 6:45 a. m. W.L. Matthews, Supt. Preaching 2d and 4th Sundays. BaT. J. F. Seal, factor. CUMBERLAND PRESBY TERIAN CHURCH. Preaching every 1st Sunday. Rev. Duggins, Pastor. Sunday school every Sunday at 1:46 a. m. G. W. Freeman, Supt. METHODIST CHURCH. Preaching services every 3d unday morning and evening. Rev. A. J. Graves, Pastor. Sunday school every Sunday at "V45 a.m. Geo. Benjamin, Supt CHURCH OF I'HRINT Bible school at 9:45 a. in. every Sun day. D. H. Kay, Superintendent. . Preaching every second Sunday. Ker. Oscef Wright, 1'astor. . Mansfield Chamber of Commerce . Meets every 1st Thursday Bight in each month. Board of Governors meet 3rd Thu. night. Odd Fellows Hall. L. A. Johnson, President. QUver B. Davis, Secretary. Lack of Pep Causes Grays to Lose. The Grays could hit, but field ed badly and showed no lift on the bases, and as s result they lost the game at Fordland Sun day by a score of 5 to 1. In one inning three hits failed to produce a run. Batteries Fordland: Bench and McQuarter; Mansfield: R D.'nnis, Owens and Brasher. Saturday afternoon the Grays trawl to Hartville in an attempt to subdue the team there. A game between Hartville and Mansfield is always an interest ing affair. -Mouaay narmue wm play here. NO MORE GRAY HAIR 'z For Gray, Streaked, Fad ed and Worried Hair A pleasant, safe, effective prepara tionhas been used by thousands gives wonderful results obtain a bottle at any drug nr toilet counter of the fa moivs ' PeLacy's French Hair Tonic for $1.00, or direct, prepaid, from DeLacy Cheinical Co., St. Louis. Mo. Will not disappoint von will restore evenly and gradually the gray and streaked hair to its former natural beauty and charm. Also destroys dandruff stops hair from falling out and will keep you looking voting. Sold by all dealers Notice to Poll Tax Payers. You are hereby notified that your poll tax is now due and payable. All male persons be tween 21 and 50 years of age are liable for this tax, which is $2 00 in the City of Mansfield. See Roe Strong, street commission er, or .f. W. Brazeal, city clerk. Ship and sail under the Stars and Stripes to all parts of the world THERE was a long period when it was nut true, but today it it proudly true once more trade and passenger routes are o established that you can ship your goods, or you can sail, to any part of the world under the Stars and Stripes. The program of routes is being carried out with an eye to the future as well as present needs of American exporters and im porters and all American proa perity. See that the ships you use arc owned and operated by American citizens or by the U.S. Shipping Board. Operators of Passenger Services Admiral Line, 17 State Street, New York, N. I. MalAon Navigation Company, 2a Su Cay Street, Baltimore, Md. Munton Steam Ship Line. 82 Beaver Street, New Yuri, N. V. New York and Porta Rica S. S. Co., II biuaJvay, New Yurk, N. Y. Pacific Mail S. S. Co., 4) Broadway, New York, N Y. V. S. Mall S. S. Ca., 41 Broadway. New York, N. Y. Ward Line, (New York anr:ube Mall S S. fx. I dot of Wall Street. New York, N. Y. Free use of Shipping Board films Use of Shrppina board motion picture film, four reel,, free on rcciueu of any mayor, pastor, postmaster, or organi sation. A great educational puura of iniDS and the tea Write lor Inform ation to H Lauc. Ijirector Information Bureau, koom 411, 1)19 K ' Strcac, N. W., Washington, D C SHIPS FOR SALB (fa Amtritm tiUtfmi aay) Steal atMaiart, bath ail aaa eoel baraara. Aite wood steaattrs, waoa Bulls ana acMft-foiaf tale. Farther Utaraiatioa oblaiaed br r aquae t. For sailings of passenger and freight ships to all parts of the world and all other information, write any of the above lines or U S SHIPPING BOARD I.D.C. WAlellNCTON -.11 .-1 K ALGOHUb-d m ----- .... M .llutfll ttniJtiVSaiM tl sf YiraaajT' ; m I CkVrfulntMKlrltott ... . vi.nhlneiMtl F8 Mineral. NotN.vhcov !i-nAn '3? Anc ii.iiii -M.-H" 7 (stiWUonDiarrnoei and Frtrerishness ana ills fi'i.2. l LOSS OF SLEEP - ,.3. it: fjcSimile stgnaz. NEW l""'" Exact Copy of Wrapper. KSSS ififlSTOBia CHAMPION MOWERS And Rakes. They will stand up on rough ground They last longer, run lighter and cost no more than others. We carry nearly all kinds of mower repairs, binding twine, oil and cup grease. No trouble to show our goods. R. A. ALCORN HD WE. CO. Farmers & Merchants Bank Capital Stock I. D. Reynolds, President N. J. Craig, Cashier J. D. Reynolds, P. W. Newton, M. fc,. uorman, Directors Personal integrity of its officers and efficiency of the laws gov srning its transactions are the iny bunk can offer its patrons, upon tins basis, we invite cou. parison and solicit your business. No Hunting Notice. We hereby notify all parties that we allow no hunting on our premises: W. C. Schafer. B. P. Veit. J. B. Wisman. Buy your fertilizer from J. W Kennedy, Middle West Grain Grower brand, the kind that gets results adv. Adorable Colorado For The Summer where Nature has provided for yon towering snow-cUd mountain peaks, awe-inapir-ing canyons, wondrous w ater falls, whispering pine amlheni lock forests, myriads of wild flowers beautiltil beyond de scription in their riotous colo rs, enchanting lakes of emer ald hues, and silver mirrored streams. These crave your resence, and through the landiwork of man all are made delightfully accessible. Bett Reached via Missouri Pacific Two Trains Daily from Kansas City Heduced Hound Trip Tickets throughout the Hummer long return limit lib eral stop-overs. Complete particulars may be had upon request. C. L. KTONK, I'. T. M., Mo. 1'ac. It. It., Ht. Louis, Mo. Tor Infanta and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of 111 Use For Over Thirty Years tmi eiaraua ao. i voa city. $20,000.00 P. W. Newton, Vice-President J. E. Craig, Assistant Cashier N. J. Craig, J.E. Craig and bpst evident"!; of security that LODGE DIRECTORY Mansfield Lodge No. 146 I. O. O. P. Meets every second and fourth Satur day evenings at I. O. O. F. Hall J. W. Brazeal. secretary. A. E. Brown, N. G. R. A. M. Mansfield Ro.yalArch Chapter 122 Meets in regular convocation on nrst Saturday night in each month Visiting companions welcome J. K. CRAIG, High Priest C. A. Stephens, Secretary NORWOOD, MISSOURI II O T K L Newly Furnifhed Throughout Youc Patronage Solicited Special attention to commercial trade. Supper served before arrival of Frisco passenger train No. 104. MRS. MATTIB COTTENGIM PARTIES WANTING Marble or Granite Monuments Can save money by telephoning or writing Fougen & Rogers City of Mtn.fi rove MarbleWorks Mountain Grove, Mo. $80,000.00 written in the month of May And still the wise ones come our way Been paying profiteers' prices for awful rioor dune: Thev will all II ml wisdom's way, we hope A. I'. Barton, secretary huriners Mut ual Fire Ins. Co., Mountain drove, Mo. TYPEWRITERS! All ml anrl all ntyln lis up. UM-d ami rH.-nw .1 l,y tbe V. a. 0 Soma that were Gov't, bsreaio. State your im-i-iN aim! we willdewribe and quote. The LINO WHITER, a printing office NEranniTTl Itiljionn any rolorZ'irrli'livfrMl. Ciive name and model. Carbon piorDil lUlalieetiill.Mdrliv'd. Emplr Type Foundry, Mfei. Wood Tytt, Mitai TyptfPtinttti Sut?lUt,tu1ttlo,H.)t. W.Vr Ur- ORDER OF PUBLICATION. In the Circuit Court of Wright County, Missouri, to the Sep teniber term thereof, 1921. Herbert A. Preston, Plaintiff, vs. Daniel Crider, if living, and, if dead, the unknown heirs, con sort, devisees, donees, alien ees, and immediate, mesne, re mote, vuluntary and involuntary grantees of Daniel Crider, de ceased; Annetta Gilbert, if living, and, if dead; the un known heirs, consort, devisees, douees, alienees, and imroedi ate, mesne, remote, voluntary and involuntary grantees of Annetta Gilbert, deceased; Margaret Laveity, if living, aud, if dittd, the unknown heirs, consort, devisees, do nees, alienees, and immediate, mesne, remote, voluntary and involuntary grantees of Mar garet Laveity, deceased, de fendants. The State of Missouri to all of the above named defendants, Greeting: You are hereby notified that the above named plaintiff has this day tiled with the under signed Clerk of the Circuit Court of Wright County, Missouri, in vacation, his petition, duly veri fied by affidavit, wherein said plaintiff alleges that there are persons interested in, or who claim to be interested in, the subject matter of this petition and in the land hereinafter de scribed, as heirs, consorts, de visees, donees, alienees, or im mediate, mesne, voluntary or involuntary grantees of Daniel Crider, Annetta Gilbert and Margaret Laverty, diseased; aud that he cannot insert the names of said defendants herein be cause same are unknown to him. Plaintiff stales that the said Daniel Urider, deceased, acquired title to said property from Wm. Palmer and Susau Palmer, his wife?, by a QuitClaim Deed, re corded in Book "D," at Page 88, of the Recorder's Oftice, in Wright County, Missouri. Plaintiff states that the said Annetta Gilbert, deceased, ac quired title to said property from Malinda Hurley and J. E. Hurley, her husband, by a War ranty Deed, recorded in Book 47, at Page 107, of the Recorder's Office, in Wright County, Mis souri. Plaintiff states that the said Margaret Lavei ty, deceased, ac quired title to said property from Lucy Justus, by a Mortgage Deed, recorded iu Book D , at Page 115, of the Recorder's Of fice, in Wright County, Missouri Plaintiff states that bis petition contains as full and correct and complete a recital and descrip tion of the claims of said defend ants and how such claims are derived, as same are known to plaintiff. It is therefore ordered by the undersigned Clerk aforesaid, in vacation, that said defendants be notified that an action has been commenced against them in the uircuit uouri oi wngm County, in the State of Missouri, for the purpose of divesting the title out of said defendants, and declaring that the plaintiff has the title to the following describ ed real estate, to-wit; The Southeast Quarter of the North west Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section Thirteen (13), of Township Twenty nine (20), and Range Sixteen (16), by lim itation, under the provisions of Section 1311 of Chapter 12 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri of 1919. Which said action is re turnable to, and triable on the first day of the regular term of this Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House, in tlie Uit.v of Hartville, in the County of Wright, in the State of Missouri, on the otti day oi September, 1921, at which time and place said defendants are required and commanded to be aud ap pear, and to plead, answer, or demur, to plaintiff's said petition: Otherwise, the allegations con tained in said petition will be taken and considered as con fessed, and judgment rendered according to the prayer thereof, divesting the title out of said defendants, and declaring that the plaintiff has the title to said real estate by limitation under the provision of said before men tioned section. The Mansfield Mirror, pub lished in Mansfield, Wright County, Missouri hiving bren designated by the plaintiff and his Attorney of Record, as the newspaper most likely to give notice to the defendants of the pendancy of this action: it Is further ordered thnt a copy of this order be published in said Mansfield Mirror once a week for and during four weeks successively, the last insertion of said order in said newspaper to be at least thirty days before the first day of the regular term of Court. A true copy from the record. Witness my hand and seal of (Seal) the Circuit Court of Wright County, this 15th day of June, 1921. JACK BANE, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Hartville, Missouri. MORTGAGEE'S SALE. WHEREAS Silas Rippee and Sarah A Rippee, his wife, by their certain mortgage deed, dat ed January 1st, 1914, and rec orded in the office of the Record er of Deeds for Wright County, in Book 31, at Page 583, con veyed to the undersigned mort gagee the following described real estate in Wright County, Missouri, to wit: The Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quar ter of Section Nineteen (19), Township Twenty t ight (2), Range Fifteen (15); fur the pur pose of securing a certain prom issory note in raid mortgage deed described. WHEREAS default has been made in the payment of said note according to the terms of same, and whereas the said Silas Rippee has been dead more than nine months, THEREFORE, I, the under signed mortgagee, will, on Tues day, the twenty sixth day of July, 1921, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the East door of the Court house in the City of Hart ville, Wright County, Missouri sell the above described real es tate at public vendue, to the hU'l) est bidder, for cash in hand, fo the purpose of satisfying the terms of said mortgage deed and paying the expenses of ex ecuting this trust. N. J. CRAIG, Mortgagee. LEAD HILL We sure are having lots of rain, gardens and corn looks fine. Harvesting oats seems to be the order of the day througl here. There was a fine singing at Lead Hill Sunday, and lots of dinner for everyone. J. W. Bra zeal, Joe Goss, and Bob Davit-- were the leaders, A large crowd in attendance. Miss Marie Goss visited Lena Crider Saturday night and at tended singing Sunday. Ira Goss, Oliver Morris and Gorden Goss all visited Cap and Marvie GossSaturday afternoon The death angel has visi'ed the home of Gurnie Morris and wife and taken their baby Lil ian home to heaven, June 20th, 1921. She was laid to rest, till the resurection morning. An gels called the little darling, called thee in thy early bloom, from this world of sin and sor row to the realms of joy and love ihe tiny voice that once was heard in this weary world of woe, now silent lies in yonder grave yard, beneath the dismal grave below she sleeps the sleep, that knows no waking, by the happy golden shore, and my heart it yearns with sadness, when I pass that cottage door. Sweet ly now the angels carol tidings from our guiding star, thy little feet will never journey in thin world of sin. Never more they will press the sand banks light ly, by the rivers golden shore. Mother weep not, father grieve not, try to soothe your troubles and think of her as sleeping, not as dead but gone before. Kinsey Edmons of Springfield visited his half brother, Charles Goss Saturday and attended the singing at Lead Hill. LIZA JANE. "Chautauqua is the most American institution in America." Roosevelt, There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put to g ther.and for year it was supposed to he incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and byconstantlyfailingtooure with local treatment, pronounced it incu rable, Catarrh is a local disease.greatly influenced by constitutional conditions, and therefore requires constitutional trcatmeut.HaH'sCatarrhMediclne, man ufactured by V. 3. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars reward is offered for any case that Hull's Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY 4 CO,, Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Adv. Sell Your Farm Vfm Hv Sold Onr 15.000 Fvnu to Dte Nolblmgiv,rKvrTlhdtwdchrB. You pay m our enrommmn only miter tote oufemtomq. Wnte Mtetephooe, E. A. Strout Farm Agency Hugh Williams HepreseiitatlYe Oyer Mansfield Furniture Co. Lucky Tiger fallfctt pruiuuaal munant arowtt-anna mawa baaotjr, health - actka I aillsle and UdlTNaM, L, A JOHNSON Undertaker and Licensed Embalmer Motor Hearse Calls Answered Dav or Night (Successor to T. F. Lenhart) Manstidd, Missouri Miller & Young Moving and Transfering Prompt Service Right Prices Iirilaul Any Thing-Any Time Any Place Let Us Haul Your Live Stock M. R. Miller & T. J. Young City Dray Transfer and Storage Phone your wants to J. D. Avery AUTO TRUCK Any Thing Any Time Ava or Any "Where Let me do your transfer work T. II. STEPHENN COL. ROY DENNIS, Auctioneer. Breeder of Pure-Bred Duroc Jer- cey Hogs. Live Stock and Farm Sales a Specialty bales made everywhere. Satisfaction guaranteed. Make dates at this office BouldinRyan Furniture Co. Undertaker and Embalmer, NORWOOD, MISSOURI Money to Loan N. J. CRAIG HAS SOME MONEY THAT HE DESIRES TO LOAN ON GOOD, IM PROVED FARMS IN EITH ER WRIGHT OR DOUGLAS COUNTIES. N. J. CRAIG WARD B. HITCHCOCK FOR ANYTHfNQ IN REAL ESTATE Insurance Notary Work FARM LOANS IHQ KNIFE HO CM I ADA r AD U uk TnieZZZZ I " anwiwiynil nVVKIHIU prom business umfuuMuu etna DR.F.W.DIEMER SPEOUIST. iwHttiamn um winm u awiiLa aa M - -Mr ' i t-L ea - - . fVjfyr PoeiUlywcabaS V.Hi:UT sMMHMaMafYI V.