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A. C, Roy has gone to Colorado
on business. . - " .. J. J. Kabey was in Willow . 8prings last week. . ;. --J V-G.C. Freeman and wife were , in Springfield Tuesday , ; , 'V - Miss Wileta HUsabeck'of Mto. .Grove visited" here last" week. Mrs. Ollie Bishop and child ren , " -returned to their holue iu Ozark. ' .. ,'.v -. -: " y, MissFeruTbornhill of Spring . field was agu'sfc of Mis-t B.'ulah Stephens Sunday. ' The ladies of the Mc. I'L-a aut church served dinner lo a large crowd here Saturday "i Rev. Humphrey of Lnmar will ; p ' aoh at the C. P. Church n't 1 ,1 Sunday morning and; evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dolpbia Davis of v " Stoutlantl, Mo j were guests of J Dr aud Mrs. Win, Hamilton this week. .' ' " ' . R. R, Reed's, H. C. Yancey ' and P. C. While attended the banquet of the Reed Harlin Gio cer Co, at. West Plains last week. .; " Mansfield Babies' babies, boys and girls and local photographs and pictures shown at the Nug get Friday night 7:30 sharp also - 6reel of Moving pictures. Come early if you want a seat. Dear v. reader: Dont .'orget that this is the time of year that mauy subscriptions to the Mir ros become duo. and dont forget that we will appreciate payment a j of same. The pj'ice of a sub- ,-' scription to t ie Mirror-doi s m t ; mean so much to you, but many such subscriptions mean a greit deal to us, and we will thank you to call on us at onco and have your subscription swt up a notch. The yellow labfl on your paper will tell you' when , your sub scription is paid lo. So please l loojtjt ,jjii&ijpA-ji'. ready had your subscription ex "tended, do so at on-e, either by mail or by callingat the Mirror . office. Your Little Ad and His Big One THE national advertiser whose goods you carry wants to help you mov..' those goods. So he advertises them spends lots of money to do it. And thus he advertises your place of business. You see his ad in the national magazines. If you ask him he'll probibly send you advance proofs and schedules, so you can tie up with hiui in your local advertising. Do you see? The same week he is telling your customers about your goods you can be doing the same thing in your local paper. Cultivate your local editor. You nod his colums to sull your merchan dise. THE ADVERTISING' CLUB OF ST. LOUIS J, C. CARTER GARAGE FORD AGENCY HAVE INSTALLED A BATTERY SERVICE STATION. If your Batteries need atten- t-inn. Ttrinor them in. We will give you best of service. General Repair Work Mansfield, Missouri C. E. Program Next Sunday night at 6:30 in the Presbyterian church you wilt have an opportunity to take part in a Christian Endeavor program entitled "Opportunities' New officers will be nominated by the nominating committee and it is veTy important that you should be there. Every "one shall have an opportunity to take part. The program in part is as follows: ' ' Script are reading--Gen. 41 :14 40 2nd Cor. 6:12. - Helen Friend, Wlutt is the importance of the fnithful opportunities? Ora Short What have we to do witn the opportunities of . others? Raymond Baker," ' What are some daily-, opportun t itiei often overlooked? -Thel-;ma ; McCrite. What are some opportunities to be had'only iu youth?' - Mr. J O. Cartef. i . ... . What may one get from a lost . opportunit? John .Roy. What is needed in order to make the most of our opportunities? Opal Day. Bible references .have been given out and we shall have some thing ior you I so be on tim. Prepare in advance, Startnow if you need money to improve your farm or, if yu have a mor tage drawing a high rate of in terest that you have to pay off or renew, prepare to get your mon ey at 3 per cent, no Bonus or com' mission. See R. J. Freeman over J, C. ghinpaugh's store', l V- Stop Look- Listen TheRoy- al Neighbors and Modern Wood men, are 'going to ha ve" public installation Tuesday night Jan , and Roj'al Neighbors and hus bands are invited. Refresh ments will be served. Remem ber the date Tersely Told Town .Tales John Perry has returned to Kansas. . . ' : , . Francis Black was in Macomb last week. . .. , " V Luther Dye of Ava was here last week. . N. Stiull of Hirtville Wis here last week. :.- JohnCoday has re-shingled his residence. . ',' - ' ' J. E, Morgan's have returned from Montrose. - H. N. Moore has returned from Tazewell, Teun. A. J. Clark was' in Springfield last week. - Miss Lois Beach' returned to St. Louis Sunday. J. T. Younger of Marionville was here last week. ' " ;'. Jay Tripp of Wichita Kansas, has been visiting here, E. F. Gorman and wife spent Xmas at Seymour. Steve Yates was here from Cabool during the week. . Alva Turner and wife have re turned to Springfield' J. P, Perry of Atchison Kans. , is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Duffield of Ochiltree, Kas , lias been visiting here. J. D -Newton and wife return ed from Springfield Sunday. Mrs. R. B. RMgorsof St. Louis has gone to Texas un a v'sit. Mrs S. C Musick has return ed to Kansas City, Kansas.- J. N, New tort and family were Springfield visitors last week. F. L. Beach and wife were here from St. Louis last week. A; Er Bryant's f : S rraour Frank Sellers of Mammoth Springs, Ark. washers list week. Thos. Watson's of Seymour visited at R A Alcorn's lust week. Invoicinir is the ruin tlKsedavs among our meiviliant ile establish ments.' ,- Dwiuht. D nnisleft for Spring- fi-ld Monday to attend Business- College. Ben Arnold from Hartville has moved into the Grantham pro pertv. The Post Offide closed Mon- lay on accourt of the new year holiday. There will be a pie supp er next Friday night at the Pool school house. Mrs. D. W. Floover entertained at Xmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Craig and family. For biliousness and thnt bad taste in the mouth take a Divan's Liver Pill at night it will do the work. Fuson Drug Co adv. . Mr, and Mrs. N. J. Craig en tertained Mrs. J. N. Criig and daughter Miss Violet, and Miss Leona Hoover at six ncloc'k din ner last Tuesday. We have a full and complete line of harness and harness re pairs. S -e usand get our prices quality is first class and the price is right, ueynoias auu Campbell. A number of folks gave asur prise party to Mrs. Oscar Coday Tuesday evening, it the J. D. Reyuolds residence. A delight ful three hours of merri ment ensued. Refreshments were served by the surprised hostess, and a variety of games were played v Those present were: Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Clark; Mr. and Mrs, Fred Mo Millianof Willow Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B Freimw, Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Riley; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Freeman; Mesdames, Besse L Reynolds, A. T. Friend Misses Pauline Craig and Effie Cantrell; Messrs. O. Renn, R. R. Baker, Paul McCallister and Mr. J. E. NevilbJ'rif Ava was here last week. v. . Elba, Boyer-oi mrtvilie was mrtville here last week, r T; G. E. Haswells ve're in Sey mour last week, t Miss Hazel Em mfi)8 has re turned to Little Rok. - Sheriff Mj J. . Crfts of Bart ville-was here last eek. 3. E.; BogartBf dtn. Grove was here during th week. FOR SALE;Aeavy Over coat. Call at MJijrdt.'Office. Lowell Coday offijiartville was heie the latter partfof last week. P. J. Robihett ofTlartville was here the latter partjof last week, The Mans6eld ; High School basketball girls were victorious with a score of 15 tr3 Mesdames FredrMcMillian of Willow'Springs and (J. J. Scho field of Norwood were here last week. 'i The Mansfield i'igh School basketball girls were defeated Saturday at Houston by a score oi o i iast ween. '. i-s The Mansfield ? $Iigh School boys were deXeati at Houston Friday with a score of 50 4 in the basket ball ganft. The Mansfield' Wligh School basketball boys , v'kre defeated at LickingSatnrday; the Licking boys got 38 to our J5. See our line of ranges and cook stoves. They are beautiful, dur able and built for Service and to please the cook ;Llso heaters, pipe and ' suppjiescj Prices are right. Reynolds and Campbell. ' "'' ' Former Ava Man is Held For Alleged Swindle in J. Frnk Lilly.New York brok er, who police declare is wanted there for a million dollar swindle, was arrested at Dallas, Texas, hhort'y before noon on Decemb er 10th, according to press dis patches. Lilly is reported to have con fessed to absconding with $30,000 lie is said to have beeu going und the name of J. B. Franklin. A reward of $1500 had been offered for Lilly s arrest. Acc prcling to the report, the alleged swindle occured two or three j e.irs ago. He had ben living in Houston and Dallas fur some time . Lilly is well known in Douglas county. He tesided on a farm with his parents just north east of Ava during his boyhood days, and is a graduate of the Ava high school. After leaving Ava he taught school in Oklahoma and other parts of the country for some time and is reported to havewo ked himself up in tho financial world until he gained a strong hold in Wall street, New York. Aching joints, rheumatic pains neuralgia, can be relieved quickly by a rubbing application of Bal lard's Snow Liniment. It is a powerful penetrating remedy. Three sizes, 30c, Coc, and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by all Druggists We have just received a large shipment of enamel-ware and queens ware which we can sell you at a very low figure, See us for bargaining, god values and high class goods, Reynolds and Campbell. Notice Annual meeting stock holders January 10th Mansfield Farm ers Exchange to elect officers and any other business that may come before it, Bring dinner and come. - I). II. Snyder. Sec retary. To drive out worms that are eating away the strength and vitality of your child, use White's Cieam Vermifuge It expels the worms without Injury to the child. Price 35c. Sold B.Y.P.U. Bible Study Meeting -"The Ser mon on the Mount. Leader Minnie Dean, Scripture Reading, Matt. 5 Russell Dennis. Song No. 118. -Intrductioo(by Leader.) Prayer-Mis. Clyde Turner, Outline Nellie Tool. The position of Christians Mr, W. U Matthews. . The power of Christians Gen- eive Skeltou, The practice of Christians, lt part Mrs Gil'and, 2nd part about murder Lorene Turn er, ftrd part Immoral conduct John Brazeal. 4ih Christs teachings about oatha-Homer Brown, 5lh Christs teaching about revenge Grace Mc Callister. Conclusion Joe Pool. At The Nugget. Four acts of vaudeville and the regular picture show at the Nugget Theatre. Also pictures and vaudville in the afternoon at 3 p.m. Admission 20 35cts. Dont fail to see the free act in front of the Nugget in the after noon- Latham & Thompson's vaudi ville Co, at the Nugg. t Theatre in addition to the 5 reels of r g ular pictu re show, both afternoon aud night. Free act in front of the Theatre before the afternoon performance. Herbine corrects biliousness. indigestion and constipation. It is a fine herbal medicine that drives out impurities and re stores healthy conditions in the system. Price, 60c. Sold bv al Druggists. . . . . " (ID Sat. Jan. 7th. NUGGET THEATRE Afternoon And Night Latham And Thompson's Vaudeville Co. Presenting The Best Vaudeville THOMPSON & THOMPSON Novelty Artists and Expert VENTRILOQUISTS LATHAM AND LATHAM CONTORTIONISTS and EXPERT AERIALISTS Late Of Ringling Bros. Circus. 4 BIG TIME ACTS 4 Plenty of Comedy, Good Singing, Ballards and Comic Songs. Mile Robye With Her Traihed Dog. Mile. Fanchette The Lady Ventriloquist. See The Free Also the regular Picture Show. 5 reels. 2 big' shows in one. Admission 20 (L 35c Let railroad rates come down; and watch business pick up. unsi: in Aiansueid imas eve one good brown and white spott ed shepherd dog. Reward. Marvin H. Dennis Mansfield, Missouri. Most all businesses in the United States are predicting a more prosperous year for 1922. Let it come - we're for it The Ozark cow and hen will do their part. R. B. Rogers of St Louis vis ited with his parents Dr. and Mrs. R M. Rogers last Sund iy and Monday, He renewed his subscription to the Mirror to January J 1923, while in the city There will be a pie supper at Lead Hill Saturday night Janu ary 7th. A program will be givtnbythe singing class now being taught by B. E Chandler of Mansfield Everybody come and bring a pie. CHXKKKKKOOCKKKOOOOa OOOOOOO OF PURE GUARANTEED COCOA 1 lb :i5 conts 2 lbs 3G vents This Cocoa is Pure, Fresh and a Wonderful Saxing COFFEE Dining Car 50c lb. Mighty (iood 35c lb. . ' We have the exclusive sale of these two brands of Coffee Dining Car Coffee is used exclusively by " all dining car service, and best hotels and cafe's in U. S. Fresh Oysters and Fish Friday and Saturdav 1 pound can of supeifin ground black pepppr. Can 40 cents. . Lirge seeded Oranges, Bananas, Celery, L'af Lettuce, Sweet Pick-Is etc. For Good Things to Eat Call 52 We Deliver ity Meat Market and Ciro. ooooooooooooooooooooooooofMooooooooooooiooooo6o: KI U FJ Act On Street Sat. Afternoon Take a dose of Herbine when. you are bilious or constipated, or your stomach is out of order It is a- marvel of promptness in correcting these conditions. Price 60c. Sold by all Dauggists," One of the most pleasant events of the holiday season occured at the home of M rs A. T. Fri nd , on December 30ih The even ing was greatly enjoyed, and re freshments were served to the ' following guests: Dr. and Mrs. F, H. Riley, Mr and Mrs. G." B, Freeman, Mr. i;nd Mr. Oscar . Coday, Mr. and Mrs. Gorman Fr.'eman. Mrs. A. V. MeO'rmack of Chicago, Mr.' and Mrs. R. J . . Freeman, Mrs Bcsse L Rey nolds, ' Misses Leona 'Hoover, Pauline. Craig, Helen Friend, ' Gene Freeman; Messers. Sny der Craiir. Pat Baker, Paul Mc Caliist r, Hobart E l.y, Ned Gaines, Linn Cantrei', Junior Freeman, Maurice and Robtrt Freeman, Elmer Coday and Wvle Friend. OOOOOOOC 3CKKO0OOXKOQO0 t (S I by all Druggists. , 1 J. B. Crouch.