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m k ls) r u k 1 i amrnm mm m mmmmm mm n tr 11 AX 1A. U JUL J-l i I ' . VOLUME ia oitiri'.Mtv. Walter Stout was born on Nov. 3, 1885, in Wright bounty, Mo. Died July 6, 1U21, at Albuquer que, N. Mex. Age !15 years, h months and 27 days. He was married to Miss Ellin Dean on Dec. 24, 1WH In 1911 ho united with the M. E. church in Hutch inson, Kansas; at thw time of his death he was a member of Trini ty Methodist church in Kansas City, Mo. He lived a faithful Christian life. Hesides his wi.l on, he leaves to mourn his de parture, four brothers and oll sister; also a ureal host of rela tives and friends. The brothers, J. E, Wesley, Hurley, and llosea Stout, all live in Mauslield, Mo. The sister, Mrs. Grant Morgan, lives at Supulpa, Okla. All we re present at the funeral. The fun eral ceremonies were held in the Methodist church, Mansfield, Sunday, July 10th. Sermon by Rev. J.'W. Paterson of this city. Interment iu Mauslield come tery. The body of Frank Beckett ar rived in Mauslield, June 2!iih, from overseas, and taken charge of by undertaker L. A. Johnson, and conveyed to New Hope Bap tist cemetery on Pea Kidge. After funeral services, cond uct d by C. V. Ashworth, the body was laid to rest, there to await the resurrection call. Frank Beckett, son of Tims. II. and Sarah E. Beckett, was b( rn October 10, near Excelsior Springs, Mo, When about 14 years of age, he came with the,, family to Manstield, und lived here until 1910, when he was married on March !!0th, at Sid ney, Iowa, to Miss Viva Steel, of Hamburg, Iowa. They lived with his lo'Us about a year. In the Spi ing i f ! 0 1 7 i hey moved to Watson, Mo , und lived thereuntil BASEBALL GAME CRAIG FIELD, Mansfield, Mo. Sunday, July 1 7th Game Called Mansfield Grays vs Seymour Bear Cats This promises to be a very fast and interesting game. Seymour has a very strong team this year, and they promise to make it very "warm" for the Mansfield Grays. Seymour defeated the Mansfield team last Sun day. Can they do i again? Come and see. Admission: Children, 18c, war tax 2c; Adults, 31c, war tax 4c. Children under 10 years admitted free. From Credit to Cash After August 1st we will put our business on a strictly cash basis. By this method we will eliminate all losses, and will be able to sell goods at a cheaper price and a closer margin. If 1. .. II J caltla T 1 r you owe us, we wain yuu iu t.an emu o ... i same before this date. I J. C. SHINPAUGH z 0 I C. . B. GARAGE, FORD AGENCY We wish to announce the following reductions Touring Cars Reduced $25; Runabout reduced $25; Coupe Car $35; Sedan Cars reduced $50. Give us order now. General Repair Work Mansfield, Missouri Fall, w hen he was called to Camp Funston on Oct. !!rd, to serve in the I'. S. Army, lb- was in Co II, 3.'il'.th Infantry, B'.Hh Division. He was stationed there until the middle ol May, when he loft for France. lie nerved over there until Oct. 7. 191 when he was killed inaction, thus lining 29 years, 11 months. 27 days old. lb- haves a wile, Mrs. Viva Beckett, of Hamburg, Iowa; his father, Tims II I!. cl:eU, of Hurt vil It; thivo broilers, .lames L. and David (), of llaitville, and Henry F., of Excelsior Springs, ,lo.; two sisters, Mi's.lih Land, of Hartville, and Mis. S. U. lied, rick, of Mauslield. He was a kind and loving hus band and biMther, alway v. ilhng to lend a helping hand, lie was loved by all who knew him. A special railroad rate of one and one hall' fare for round trip tickets to the Missouri Centenni al Expositii n and State Fair at Sedalia, August N 20, has been granted by the Western Passen ger Associ.i! ion. The rate is cl !' etho throughout the State. The rate, which will lie on round-trip tickets to Sedalia, goes into effect August (i. The final dab.- for the use of tickets purchased under this rate is August 22, two -lays alter Un closing of the Exposition. Special trains bringing Mis- sounans iroiu me I acme nasi may be arranged. The Centen nial Fair promises to unite many former citi.ens of the Center State iu celebration f her bun- ,vdih birth. lay. ins are be ing made by more than 01)0 for liter Missouriuiis ill Los Angeles to attend the Exposition. While it is also hopi (I to have a special train service from Seall'e anil Port.liud, Oregon, nothing ilelin ite has been learned concerning the als. fullillinent of these propos at 3:00 p. m. :. j i MANSFIELD, WRIGHT Tersely Told Town Tales was here from IS. E. Lawson Ava this week. J. E. Nevils of Aval, was here during the week. N. K. England and wife are visiting here. J. E. Craig's were in Spring lield last week. A. E. Brown was in Spring tield Tuesday. C. W. Heach and wife have gone to West Pluiues. A. L. Pope of Norwood, was here during the week. Mrs. C. II. Foster of Waterloo, la. was nere this week' Fred .Johnson of Hartville has oeen visiting on Route 3. Mrs. Blanche Anderson was iu Springfield Friday. Postmaster A. M. Miller of Bryant was here yesterday. II. B. Paul was here Friday, from Mammoth Springs, Ark. flev. J. M. England of Sey mour, was heivduring the week. Mrs. Frank Sheath has re turned from her trip to Pierce City. (i. W. Campbell' i daughters of KansasCity have been visiting here. : Mrs. Cuss Brazeal and chil dren have guna to Hammond Kans. F. U. 4oover and wife of At wood, K ins., are visiting relati ves here ' .1. J. Murray who has been visiting relatives here Las re turned to Chicago. Win. Fuge who has been vis iting his son Fred at Wellington, Kans. is back home. '.f. ir.'dbucli ofttie office force went to Springtield on the local this afternoon. Mr. anil Mrs. ,1. B. Freeman, and grandchildren, motored to Lebanon last Sunday. II. B. Rogers of St. Louis spent Sunday with his parents, Dr. Ii M. Rogers and wife. E l. Lefler formerly post muster at Bryant is dead at bis home at Mountain Crcve. Cecil Hilsabeck's are here from Fayette. Mo. Ililsabeck contemplates opening a bakery here. Judge W. A. McGuire of Greene county died Tuesday morning of a second stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Blanche Anderson and children. Nat and Coday, and lit tle Elizabeth left Tuesday for a visit in St. Louis. F. E.- Henderson and family went to Sinittle Sunday; Mrs. Henderson and son remaining for a few days visit. P. O. Inspector R. A. Ward, of Spring!!) Id was here Friday inspecting a proposed new ru ral route from the Manstield pus t( Ilice. Wanted -20 Families in Mans lield to liuild Homes on the In stalluient Plan. Talk to Us About (Jetting the Money. Bank of Manstield Masters Joseph Fri.-denburg, .John Kobl-'c, and Mitchell An derson, of Springfield, and Sim fields Benin, of Kans. City visit , i .....1 1 . . .1 . . . 3 .-. t. I'll lat ailU VUUU.V AUUCinvu this week. The body of Waller Stout, who died Thursday at Albuerquer one. N. M. wan buried liere Sun day afternoon. The funeral be ing conducted from the M. E. Church. Mr. Sfout, before his recent illness, had been connect ed with the Union Station News stand at Kansas City. . I Notice. All parties owing me on ac count, at City Meat Market, are requested to call and settle same, next Saturday, July ltth. in af ternoon. W.O. Bduldtu. COUNTY, MISSOUUI. THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1921 Mrs. Walter Stoat has gone to Alabama, Miss Kate Hollingshead has returned from Dora Hiram Huff has returned from St. James. Miss Aretha Young is visiting at Hartville. W. .1. Tripp of Wichita Kans., has been visiting here. 11. C. Hall the canning factory man has a tiura tomato patch. Miss Ollie Chance of Chanute Kans., has been visiting here. Miss Beulah Stephens from Mtn. Grove, was here last week. Word was received in Mansti eld today, of the death of A. L. Foote, in Iowa. ' 1 A child can't get strong and robust while worms eat away its strength and vitality. A dose or two of White's Cream Verini fuge puts the little one on its feet again, price, t'5c. Sold by all Druggists. Adv. Mansfield's first Chautauqua closed Monday after.a successful three days session. Our people were so well pleased with the program that a contract was signed for next year- The pro grain wus put on by . the West ern Welfare Chautauqua people of Pierde City, and. every num ber was of a high type, aud was highly appreciated- In a battle between Marshal Strong nnd Constable Atkisson on one side, and three suspec ted bootleggers on the other, several shots were ureu won day afternoon at the edge of town. Two of. the suspects were captured and later released but at last reports the third was till going. No "booze" was captured. John A.' Dennis of the First National Bank of Mountain Grove, was here Monday en- route to Ava. where a man nam ed Hunter was under arrest as a suspect iu the Peoples Bank of va robbary, and also on a charge of defrauding the Hist National Bank of Mtn. Grove out of $100. Hunter was taken to the county jail at Hartville. We understand he is also wanted on a charge of defrauding other banks. J. II. I'.urdett, president of the Peoples Bank of Ava, was here Tuesday and recovered a bout $1"i0,(KK) in notes and valu ible papers, stolen in the recent bank robbery. The loot was found in a blackberry patch on the Frank Williams farm, south of Manstield. where the robbers probabely threw it, on their wild ide in escaping, alter the rob bery. About yJO.OOO worth ol liberty bonds and thrift stamps and $1,000 worth of diamonds and silverware taken from the banks safety deposit boxes have not been recovered. Statistics show that there are 327,907 more acres or tincultivat ed land in Missouri than there are cultivated acres. Theques tion arises, who is to cultivate these lands? And who are to be the producers of the food stuffs of the future? The young men are going from the farms to the cities aud any job is preferable to farm work, while the thous ands of foreigners i oming to this country do not seek the farms, but get into the public works and form the riff raff and crime ele ment of the cities. There is s m thing to think about in this matter of producing for the mil- lions-of consumers in the United States unless there is some back ton the farm movement before long. Houston Herald. There is nothing in the whole list of flesh healing remedies that can approac h Liquid Boro zone in the rapidity with which it heals cuts, wounds, sores, burns or scalds. It is a murvel- oas discovery. Price, 30c, COc and $1.20. Sold by all Druggists. Adv. What To Do When Bilious. Eat no meats and lightly of other food. Take three of Chamberlain's Tablets to clea'nse out your stomach and tone up your liver. Do this and within a day or two you should be feel ing fine. . The Miller Pump And Bucket Combined. Have your well cleaned with this new bucket-pnmp. Gets all the dirt and tilth out of your well. If you dont believe this bucket-pump will do the work, ask the editor of the Mirror. We can reccomniend it. If your well has not been cleaned for several months, it needs clean ing to avoid sickness, or per haps typhoid. See G. W. Miller. -Advertisement. A teaspoonfull of Herbine will produce a copious and purifying bowel movement, improve appe tite, restore mental activity and a fine feeling of vigor and cheer fulness. Price COc. Sold by all druggists. Adv. Lest We Forget. "We are dependent, one upon the other; Service with profit is business, service without profit is charity, profit without service is crime." I back iny judgement with my bank roll, and look t: the merit of my entertainment to produce profit. "BY THEIR FRUIRS YE SHALL KNOWTHEM." The moving picture show has proven te be the greatest adver tising medium next to the press, ami has also b-en recognized by the government, colleges, and some churches as a great educa tional medium. The present trend of the moving picture is to produce nothing but the best of clean, educational, pictorial pic tures; something which profits both the producer and the turning picture show patron, all of which means a successful fu ture for the moving picture ex hibitor. It has always bnen, and will continue to be the policy of the Nugget Theatre to show nothing but the very best of motion pic tures; pictures tlutare instruc tive. educational and above re p roach, as well as entertaining.! When we cannot show pictures that provide mental food, whole some diversion and morai lessons from books by well known auth ors, which are to ue iounu on the shelves of the libraries of the most refined homes, then we will quit the business. Must motion pictures, now a . . , . :. 1 t.ajs are stories oy wriw-r, ioiik immortalized, brought to life on the moving' picture screen. V'hat other instrument of mod ern life so vividly takes us back t the dim past, to view once again the scenes of history; to learn the lessons of the past, to profit by the errors of those by gone days? What other medium of this itecade so accurately por trays the happenings of tLie pres entdayasthe motion picture, with the lesson plays wiacting scenes from every corner of the world? We wish to take advantage of this time to express our sincere thanks to out' patrons for their liberal patronage, and to assure them that we will contin ue to show only the cleanest and best films that money cau pur chase. We invite you to spend an evening at the Nugget, with the assurance that it will be a pleasure and a pmfit to you Adv. Hot weather is hard on teeth ing babies. They suffer the combined misery ot heat, pain and stomach disorder. McGee's Baby Elixir helps the little suf ferer through the trying period by correcting the stomuch and bowels. Price, 83c and 00c Sold by all Druggists. Adv. Wanted Some one to do wash ing. Call at Mirror office. Attorney N. J. Craig was in Springtield on legal business this week. Miss Anna Lee, of Cedar Gap, was a guest of Miss Mamie Deach last week. O. D. Morris', of Springfield, were visiting at the G. S. Burney home this week. Mrs. C.L Beach, Mrs. Blanche Beach and litte Dorothy June have returned from St. Louis. Wanted To Loan $20,000 or $;0,000 in Mansfield to Build Homes on the Installment Plan. Bank of Mansfield. 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. Swelling caused by insect bites can be reduced by using Ballard's Snow Liniment. It counteracts the poison and re lieves the irritation. Three sizes, 30c, (50c, and $1.20 per bot tie. Sold by all Druggists. The Springfield Business Col lege has just issued a circular announcing a decrease in rates to take effect August 1. Every young person iu this section who contemplates attending business college soon, should write J. A. Taylor, President, for the latest circular. adv. Prof. W. H. Lynch, the veteran educator of Missouri and travel ing representative of the Spring field Normal School, passed through Mansfield the latter part of last week, and while in the city called at the Mirror of Hce for a short visit. Prof. Lynch has a warm place in the hearts of all Missouri editors. He always has something good to tell them, and something new Prof. Lynch, as field man, is do iitg a great work for the State Normal School. The success of this great educational institution owes no small amount to this veteran ed ucator for the stand ing it has among the institutions of the country. By Order Of Board Of Health. It is hereby ordered by the board of health, for the city of Manstield, Mo., that all out buil dings on public spuare, or adja cent, to buildings ou public quare in Mansfield, Mo., 4be leaned and disinfected, by use of lime, at once or within a limit of ten days from the publication of this notice, and keep in a sau itary condition. It is further ordered that any unsanitary condition within the city limits must be corrected at once. Parties knowing of such conditions not being corrected should notify the board of health. J. E. Craig. Dr. J. A. Fuson. L. F. Livingston. Mansfield, Mo., July 14th, 1921. Board of health. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy is certain to be needed in mauy homes before the summer is over. Buy it now and be prepared. It is recog nized as a most reliable remedy for bowel complaints and may be obtained at any drug siore. It Pays to Use FLY DOPE HESS FLY CHASER COW EASE KRESO DIP Fuson Drug Store W. M. DIVAN NUMBER 21 Christian Endeavor. M. E. eburcb. Subject Judging Unkindly. Leader Jessie Hoovur. Scrip, reading Matt 7: 1-5. Beulah Avery. Why are people unkind to oth ers? Mrs. Carter. What criticisms do wo make that hurt? Mrs. Benjamin. ' What unkind judgment was passed oa Jesus Fay Yates. What unkind citicsm was passed on Paul? Rev. Graves. Topic I. Lorenda Cantrell. Topia II. Irene Craig. Topic III. Helen Friend Topic IV. Edna Palmer. Faults of criticism. Emma Palmer. How ean we overcome the hab it of unkind criticism? Ulis Cantrell. What has envy to do with judg ing unkindly? Mrs. Divan. The Christian Endeavor cure. G'adys Fuson. Topic V. Beulah Avery. Topic VI. Myrtle Williams. Mrs. Tubbs ef Shanty Town At the Cedar Gap Presbyterian Church, Saturday, July 23rd, at 8:00 p. m. Act I. Mrs. Tubbs' front room. Shadows io Shanty Town. Act II. -Same as Act I, a month lat-r. Mr. Rubbels comes wooing. Act III. Sane scene, Thanks giving Day. Sunshine in Shaft ty Town. CAST. Mrs. Mollie Tubbs, the sunshine of Shanty Town Mrs. Dew hirst. Miss Clingie Vine, her lady boarder Lucille Daugherty. Mrs. Ellen Hickey, a neighbor who hates gossip M rs. Morris Mydelle ' Campbell a pretty - young school teacher Anna Lee. r Simon Rubbels, a corner gro cery man George Cliff. Tom Riodran, a young census- taker Andrew Gos. Queenie Sbeba Tubbs, age twelve Stella Baskett. Methusaleau Tubbs (Scuffles), age elaven Eber Baskett. Billy BIossobs Tubbs, age seven Fred Lee. Victoria Horleasin, ( Punky, Dunks), age three Leone Morris. Elmira Hickey, ago ten Mae Richmau. Admission - 15 and 23 cents. Proceeds for payment on piano. P. W. Newton made a trip to Springfield the first of the week. Mrs. M. E. West left the latter part of last week for Mammotb. Spring, Ark., where sins will spend a few weeks visiting. There is' the greatest shortage of young men and women thor oughly prepared for offiee posi tions the business world has ever known. The war and high wages kept young persons by thou sands out of the business col leges. Now while thousands of persons are unemployed it is next to impossible to find an effi cient stenographer or bookkeep er not employed. Prepared persons will always draw high wages. A situatiou is sure for every graduate of Springtield, Business College adv. i mm?