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m ft 3r f-.i - 1k ''1 . I. til I! j. - -i-- - is.:'' oawaawaeaaMaiaawaeaMaMaMaMaiaiaaaaaaaaaBaBfraaaaaaiai THE MANSFIELD MIRROR fWktlak MM I. Waal mta MIKKOK Pi IU.ISHIM) ( 0. Oliver K. Davis, Kdilnr. Mra. N. J. lUvin, Aasoflste $1.50 a Year In Advance $3.00 OUTSIDE THE STATE. atme t Ik PMtttnn i Maaal.l. Ha., a ..raai-claaa mall. reuaraoNB in. Forrtga Adv.rti.ina Ri.pi-ntattve THE AMtRICAV PRK5S ASS. VIA ION CITY OFFICIALS. Mayor J. E. Craig Marshal Roe Strong Police Judge S. R. Hedrick Aa9essor C. C. New Urn Aldermen : First Ward M. E. Stephens First Ward i O. li. Davis Second Ward, D S. Cantrell Second Ward. L F. Livingston President Board, L F.Livingston Clerk J. W. Brazeal Treasurer . M. E Gorman Attorney N- J- Craig Street Commissioner. Roe Strong Collector C. L. Turner Health Officer Dr. J. A. Fuson Board of Health I E.Craig Dr J. A. Fuson, L. F. Livingston Council meets the second Monday evening of every month. RAILROAD TTMX TABLE!. East Bound. Passenger 9:55 p.m. Local freight 11:00 a.m. Passenger 9 33 a.m. Wert Bound. Passenger 5:10 a.m. No.ior No.241 No.103 No. 102 No.240 -Local freight ILuOa.ui. No. 104 L -Passenger Ull p.ai. F. LIVINGSTON, Agent OZAKK BOUTHEKN Leave Mansfield 10.00 a. m. (After arrival of Frisco train 1;3) Airive Ava 11:30 a. in. Leave Ava 2.30 p. in. Arrive Mansfield 5:(Xi p. m. FRED G ROVER, Agent BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday school every Sunday at :45 a. m. W.L.Matthews, Supt. Preaching lid and 4th Sundays. Rev. J. K. fetal, Pastor. CUMBERLAND PRE8BY TZRIAN CHURCH. Preaching every 1st Sunday. Rev. Duggins, Pastor. Sunday school every Sunday at 9M s. in. U. W. Freeman, Kupt METHODIST CHURCH. Preaching Bervices every 3d unday morning and evening. Rev. A. J. Graves, Pastor. Sunday auhool every Sunday at v45 a.m. Geo. Benjamin, Supt CHL'UC'II OF ( IIKIST Bible achool at 9:4!i a. iu. every Hun day. t. H. Kay, Superintendent. Preaching every second Sunday. Rev. Oecar Wright, 1'aMur. Mansfield Chamber of Commerce Meets every 1st Thursday night in each month. Board of Governors meet 3rd Thu. night. Odd Fellows Hall. 1 A. Johnson. President. Oliver B. Davis, Secretary. ' j Many Bill Passed. Congress has recessed from Aug. 24th to September 21st while the Senate Finance works on the Tariff and Tax bill and gets thorn ready for considerate on for final action. On the eve of recess, the Republican floor leader, Mr. Mniilell. stated: "In no Congress in American History has the House of Rep resontatives considered and passed upon, in the same length of time, so many important, far reaching, am! vital problems u( legislation, as in the portion of this special session". Follow ing are the major bills which have passed both hojses and become laws: Emergency Tariff Immigration Restriction Bill Hudg. t Bill Peace Resolution Naval Appropriation Bill Army Funds for Farm Linn Boa id Facilitating Exports Telephone Bill Cable Bi 1 Veterans' Bureau Bill Anti gauib.iiigin Grain Futures Packers' Bill Farai Products Expert Act Duty on Reimportation of War Suppl es Shipping Board Appropriation Colorado River Bill Besides the above, twenty 'seven C-i I minor bills exclusive of private, pension, and bridge bills, have become laws. Iuaddi tion, the House of RepsenUtives lias passed the Railroad Bill, the Volstead Beer Bill, the Indi an Bureau Bill, the Tax Bill, and the Tariff Bill, besides thirty 3U) less important measures Some dissatisfaction is felt over the delay in actiug on the Soldiers' Bonus Bill. However as that bill would nut have gone into effect until next year, action during the regular session, which convenes in December, will not change the effect of the bill in the least. Congressman Slelton has til ed eight () special bills, fourol which have passed the House. Most of tl:ee are for pensions. Fuither action on such bills will have to be deferred until the regular session. NO MORE GRAY HAIR For Gray, Streaked, Fad ed and Worried Hair A pleai-ant, caff, effective prepara tion ban been ued by thouuando gives wonderful remits obtain a bottle at any drug or toilet counter of the fa rnoiu Pel.acy's trench Hair Tonic for SI.UU, or direct, prepaid, from PeLacy Chemical Co., St. houiit, Mo. Will not disappoint you --will rettore evenly and gradually the gray and streaked hair to ite former natural beauty and charm. Aliio destroys dandruff r tops hair from falling out and will keep you looking young, hold by all dealers A Greauful Letter. , It is in trying conditions iike that related below by Mrs. Geo. L. North of Naples, N. Y. that proves the worth of Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem edy. "Two years ago last sum rner" she says "our little; boy had dysentery. At that tniewe were living in the country eight miles from a doctor. Our son was taken ill suddenly and was about the sickest child 1 ever saw. iie was in t'-riiblu pain all the tunc mill passed from one convu'sion into another. 1 sent my husband for the doctor and after he was gum; thought of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colicand j Diarrhoea Remedy in the cup board. I gave him some of it' and he began to improve at once, j By the time the doctor arrived be was out of danger." Children Cry rxv The Kind You Have Always Bought, ucd whl:h has been la use for over thirty years, has borne ths signature o 9 and has been made tinder his per- sona suprviiiion since its infancy. 1 V; S-cUC4vi, Allow no one to deceive you in tub. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-::s good " are b: . Eiperiments that trifle with and endanger the health cfv Infants and Children Experience arainst Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregorfi', Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It cuntaiiia neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic ftibstance. It.; p.ge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years t hat been in constant use for the relief of Coustipati.ut, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevetihuess urisin. therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach uuJ Bwels, aidj the assimilation of Food; giving healthy atul natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friiai. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Si fBears the Six sTTjOlzT Iii Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought R. A. ALCORN Hani ware prices have tint tumhied so fast as many other lines, but yon will notiee in buying now there is a great reduction from l:it years' prices. StoV-'S, I'ipe, li.li rels, ISueliets, Tubs, Tinware, and many other articles are lower. We are, selling good Sole Leather at bile per jiound. We will hive our Stoves on liispl iy, and yo j may loo'i them over at ."iir con venience we are sure you will tind about what you are looking for. No Trouble To Show Our Good-;. R. A. ALCORN HDWE. CO. Farmers & Merchants Bank Capital Stock J. D. Reynolds, President N. I. Craig, Cashier J. J. D. Reynolds, P. W. Newton, M. E. Gorman, Directors 1'emoritil integriti of its officers and i-ljiciritri of the laws gov erning its transactions an? the my bank can offer its patrons. Upon this basis, we invite Co. parison and solicit your business. No Hunting Notice. We hereby notify all parties that we allow no hunting on our pre tijises: W. C. hchater. H. R Veil. J. li. Wistnan. W. N. Draper, on our place or BosWell place. Buy your fertilizer from .1. W. Kennedy, Middle West Oiain Grower brand, the kind that gets results adv. Adorable Colorado For The Summer where Nature lntfl provided for you toweriii!! Hiiow-clad mountain peukH, :ie-inpir-iiiK canyoiiH, wmnlroiH :iO-r- lii-p'-rin' iine niidlii-iii lock forests, mvriiids , f wild lloHem beiiiililul heyond de Hrriilion iu their riotuim colo rn, euehaiitiii).' Illkvd of emer ald hue, and Hiker mirroied xtreauiH. 'I'hee crave your presence, and lhrou;;h the hundiuork of man all are made delightfully acccHcihle. liest Kvucht-il via Missouri Pacific Two Trains Daily from Kansas Cty Itcduced Hound Trip 'lictetM throughout Ihe Summer loiii; return limit - - hh eial Ht'ip-overH. (,'omplete purlicularH may hi' had Upon lerpii-Ht. C. I.. STONK, I'. T. M., Mo. I'ac. It. I!., St. Louis, Mo. for Fletcher's Signature of 4 W W V O N HDWE. CO. $20,000.00 P. W. Newton, Vice-President E. Crai", Assistant Cashier N. J. Craig, J.E. Craig and best evidence of wia-iti that LODGE DIRECTORY M ft 1 1 w f ii ,1 I Tiilirp 'JS. V.. l I.-. i. o. o. . .Meetn every second and fourth Satur day evening al I. - 1 . 1. Hall j. W. Ilr.izi-al. secretary. A. K, lirown. N. (i. If. A. AI. Manslield lioyalArch Chapter 122 .MeelH iu n vular convocation on hint Saturday u i ; I it in each month Vimtiii)! ciiinpauioiuj welcome .1. K. t'KAMi, lliifh Priest ('. A. Stephens, Secretary NOlUWtim, MISSOt 111 ii o t i: li N'i wly I'm nislied 'rhroii(;liout Voiiv I'liionurje Kuliclied -rial :il li nl ien to commercial tr:o. Supper nerved before arrival of I'risco pa:.Hi ncer train No. 14. MliS. mttii: r'm:Nf;iM I'AUTIKS WANTIXC Marble or Granite Monuments 'an save money by telephoning or writing Fougen & Rogers City of Mln.Crovo MarbleWorks Mountain (Jrove, Mo. SHD.IKMMIO urillen in the month of May Ami still the wise ones come our way l Mi en olivine iirolileerH' nrtces for uwfnl IOOI ; I'hev ill all find wisdom'd way, we hope , A. 0. Harloii, Secretary runners' Mut il ul hire Ins. t 'o., .M nil lit ill li drove, Mo. TYPEWRITERS! All mnk'-l ami nil nlylr. $11 up. K'lllio that wrra 11,1 l iiimI r' ! 'i-i 1 t.v the U. H. fiiMr't.. lliirvsiliK. Hint'- voir ii--0 m.il waiilllo-rile and uult. 'I lie LINOWMITFil, ii iirililiMK ollii-i- nr.i isMirrl IMiliii fi'jv i n!., i ; r.f ilt-hvi-rril. 'live fiuim" null H....M. ( nil.'.ii i. r Kii:t lou slieeis tl OS ili ltv i. Empire Type Foundry, Mfn. ICmuI Tvtr, Mitut Tjpt,l'nnitn Hupplits, Buffalo, N.Y. LKAI) HIM. 1TKMS. We had a nico rain Monday, and it has made it a little cool r. School at Ia'.hI Hill stirted Monday. Lon Dennis teacher. Miss Mabel lice visited Miss U ona L'riiler Saturday and Sun day, Kd L'P staved all night Mon day iit Joe (loss's and attended court Tuesday. I-' red (loss has sold his farm near Lead Hill and is going to Kansas on a visit, and don't know where he will locate yet. t) I! Winhurn is htdpiui.' li H. S.iliNberry get pi ns ready to put sloe. in for the sale Thursday. Cap (loss is working for W. li. Lee u. Cedar (Jap. () I) Wmhurnand fauiil.v vis. it'-d al the home, of Joe1 (loss Sunday in the afternoon. Dr. and .Mrs. Hamilton visited thete also. (!. W. Iviser and wife visited Sam Lakers near Seymour Sun day'. Kail Hyilorn's brother and family are visiting him tlnswtek. They are on tbeir way to Florida Mrs JalceCoss and daughter, Mrs Mary Hall ot Bryant visit ed Mrs. li. W. Iviser Monday. - Most of the men are busy top ping their corn for feed this week. Mr. Fosor and wife and two chilnren of S-ymour while on their way to Manslield one day last week, their car broke down and had to call Mr. Jeff Cask II, his brothei inlaw to take him home to get repairs for the car. LIZA JANE s.-- r m m -m m- .-.x A Tonic For Women "I was hardly able to drag, I was so weakened," writes Mrs. W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C. "The doctortrealedtnefor about two months, still I didn't get any better. I had a large fam ily and felt 1 surely must do something to enable me to take care of my little ones. I had heard of CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I decided to try it," con tinues Mrs. Kay ... "I took eight bottles in all ... I re gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have ten children and am able to do all my housework and a lot out doors ... I can sure recom mend Cardui." Take Cardui today. It may be Just what you need. At all druggists. E8I Lest We Forget. Let us remind you that Cham berlain's Tablets not only cuuse a tfenlb movement of the bowels but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. llartville Route 1 Preaching at Pleasant Hill ev ery Saturday night,' Sunday and Snnday night, Kev. W. li. Clift pi.stor. Sunday School every Sunday. Kd Truston and family spent Sunday with Simon Kenton's. Cora Williams is on tho sick list. James Savage wife and daugh tor Fa. visited at W. C. l'ryor's the latter part of the week. A large crowd attended the as sociation at Pleasant Hill last week. School is progressing nicely at Dry Krauch with Lmmet .lotus teacher. Mrs. Kosa Davis took dinner with Mary Coday Friday. Mrs. Jess Hake and children visited at her father's, Simon Kenton Thursday. Uev. Selph Jones will preach ul. No. Il tho thi i d Sunday iu this month. W. C. Pryor, wife and Elsie GENUINE "BULL" DURHAM tobacco makes 50 good cigarettes for 10c We want you to have the best paper tor "BULL." So now you can receive vritheach package a book el 24 leaves ot M1A. the very finest cigarette paper in the world. Sjps ? r n Mallet and Mrs James Savage and daughter F;o wore dinner guests at Frank Cod ay's Sunday Sibyl Cod ay is visitiiiL' at hei grandpa Coday's l Lis week. Several from here are at lend ing Court in llartville this week. Viola liuck is staying at Selph Jones. Mary Rippee is visiting her sou Jess Ivippee. Clifford Cuitis iiml Marion llcnsley took supper ut (Seorge L'ryor's Wednesday night. Dale Long called on Opal Willi ams Saturday afternoon. CRAZY MADUR For skin eruptions, rash, chal ed skin, pricktey h.'al, chiggoi biles and :-.tiugs ol poisoiious in sects, Mallard's Snow Liniment is an ( ffective applicat ion. 1 1 heals quickly. Three sixes, ode, bUc and $1 I'd per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Oltl I I AHV. Ova Klijah Kaker was born March LNth ls'.Ki, and died Aug thu 18th 1ULM. His ago was lT, yeaes 3 iiionths anil L't; days. lie leaves three sisfi is ami II hrothcts (leorge and I ,'"'! ol Mahslield, and Henry of Cailli age. Mra Kd Churchill, Mrs Anu Loveall of Manslield ami Nellie Sutherland of Welilona Colo. He has a father and mo ther, two bi others and one sis ter preceded him. On the L'jth day of July lUls Ovie entered the army. He ser ved eight months there and was honorabely discharged at ('amp Funston, Kans,, on the 1'tli day of Maach I'.H'J.' Ha made his home with his brother (leorge and wife of Manslield since his fathers death. One of his aunts Mrs. J. M. Pierson of Alma, Mo were among relatives who attend the funeral. Keep Well And be Happy. Ifyou would ho happy you must keep your bowels regular. One or two of CliainherlainV Tablets taken immediately al'tet supper will cause u. gentle move nt) nl of the bowels on tint follow ing morning. ' Try it. rooi, sciiooi, n i:is. lialphTarbulton, lOverett Rush tnd Oscar Fstes left Thursday for Kansas. Mrs. W. S. Caskill fell out of wagon and almost, broke herhaclc. She Is better at this writing. The liiley hoys arc baling hay for (1. W. Tripp this week. Miss I las well left Sunday evening for .lophn where she will teach school this year. J. li. Pool and wife, Claud Tripp and wife visited at the home of Clyde Tarbutton Sun day. Mrs. John Harris is on the sick list this week. A TUX AM WON mill. For kidney and bladder troubles gravel, weak and lame, buck, rheuma tism and Irregularities ot thu kid neys and bladder. Sold by your druglgHt; by mail, $1.25. Small bottle often curcH. Send for bwoid te.HtlinonlnlH. Dr. 10. W. Hull, 2920 Olive St., St. I.ouIh, Mo. Sold by ilruglstB. AdvertlHement. $1UU Kewara. iuu ' The readers of thin paper will lie pieliscd to learn that there is at least one ilreinled disease inai wience nits been aide to cure in all its singes ami that is catarrh. Catairh being greatly iulliii'iiceil by constitutional coiiditiuuH reipiircs coiislil iilional Ileal ment. IIuII'b t'alanh Moliciiw is taken internally and acts llnu the I U. . . 1 on the Mucous Surfaces of I lie System thereby denlroy- inglhe li.uii.lali (the disease, iving III,- patient strenglli by buil.lin up the isliliilioii and assistinj! nal'ire in do- w its work. The proprietins have mo much lailh iu Ihe cnialive powers of Hall's Calairb Medicine that they offer Hue Hundred Hollars for any case that il fails to cure. Send lor li: I of leoti moiiials. Addn ss l-..I.Clll'M''.YA('O..T..Ic.lo, iihio. Sold bv all I li nguists, V-k adv Wa Have SulJ Ovrr 15.000 Farm, to bU Nn I1.I11111 frr an.) n.i witlhlnwat rhaian. You p.7 our i .'f.miTiiuu ui.ty allci ..llu uwr Litouiacr. U ut. I'l If r)uf, E. A. Slrout Farm Agency EE sb Williams B'jrt-sonltCyt- lver Manslield Furniture Co. Lucky Tiger Tho Naklmm'm Hab- C IHUil MO WOf. ? PoRiti vely eradicates dandruff correct ee nutmaa scalps atut falling' hair prutnoUn luxuriant Krutrth atiUaluatKL bmiiity. htalth action ImmediitM 4UH1 1 certain. Money-Bai-k GuarantM. AtdmglUt anal tMrr,r t4 for nnirovi Hmpli, I Jlf IT TK ., UitaM City, Mft. L.A. JOHNSON Undertaker and Licensed Embalmer Motor Hearse Calls Answered Day or Night (Sl.cees-.or to T. F Lenliart) Mrmsti'dd, Missouri Miller & Young Moving and Transfering Prompt Service Right Prices Haul Any ThingAny Time Any Plato Let I's 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 Th ing Any Time Av;i or Any AVMicro Let Hie do your transfer e-orlf - I. II. STMIMIKtfS ('Ol,. l!OV DIIWIS, Ainlloncr. Itrt'etler of I'lire-Hipil Diii-oe Ji-r-::ry llogH. l ive Stuck nnd Kami Salon a Specialty s.iie.s made everywhere. Salinluctioii (uaianleed. Make dates lit tlutj office Bouldin-Ryan Furniture Co. Undertaker and Embalmer, NOiaVOOl), MISSOURI Money to Loan N. J. CUAUJ HAS SOME MONKY THAT 1 1 10 DKSIRKS TO LOAN ON OOOD. IM- PliOVKD FARMS IN KITH- Hi: WUKillT OI DOUOLAS COUNTIKS. N. J. CliAlO WARD B. HITCHCOCK IdK ANYTIIIMi Ky' REAL ESTATE Insurance Notary Work FARM LOANS . MM 1 i.