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y - . Perfect Family Flour' WICHITA'S BEST Best Soft Wheat Flour Corn Meal, Corn Chops Alfalfa molasses feed Linseed Oil meal Clatcliford's Calf mea Mill Feed of All Kinds EAGLE ROLLER MILLS MANSFIELD, MISSOURI - at 1 jkj.-aJLt- 3) an 1 1 IT! till H ff 1 i m n r, bin u m.M una i una v" Net f.nnv-'liljT'lindDraolitia 71; I . It- i r-.iim.l.-H PER CENT. AV..5M.iM.lYcnarafiwiftrA- liin?th-5tomachsa(niBowc!SJ Ihcrehy i'ronioiin Digestion ncillitr Opium, MorpninBw-Mi.ieral.NcsTXAucotic Ji'-,l7.,-viZrr.,r oiul lrlsh aml LOSS OF SLEEP For Infants and Children. Mothers Knew That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature. of Fr,c Simile Stfnatwe 2 ivl Mr J ot In Use For Over Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMI Of MTaUlM SOMMNr, NEW VOHK OITT. ! Where Purity Reigns When it comes to prescribing for the sick, it is J very necessary that only pure, fresh drugs are Used. That is why. so many people come to Prescription headquarters we only use pure, fresh drugs. You will do well to follow the crowd. I C. H. Dalrymple,. Druggist I "Where Our Label Is Your Guarantee" 5 Landers Building Phone 68, 69, 1241 I Springfield, Missouri lNNIHMNINMHIHHMIMHnMMNNMtMMNt DO O (B IE is positively the best Car for the OzarRs. MOSE HODGE, Dealer BANK OF MANSFIELD --Established 1892 Paid Currency on all our Checks During the Panic of 1907 Capital $60,000.00 Surplus $30,000.00 Kill That Cold With .an V, CASCARA OfiJiNiNE Coldi, Coughs JV La Grippe - Neglected Cclua era r.ir.Esroivj hancos. Koop this ot:.ni!irJ rcmiVy t .-.ni'y f-.f tho first nM. Breaks up a cold in 24 lu.ura--Poliisvcj Grippe in 3 Uoya Ecull'it for Hc-aiucha Quinine In this form Jom rut utTuct iho houd-Coscara lo bast Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Farmer8 Told to Tak e More Active Part in Politics. In rendering a report on Ids t"!(lliii), after la years as (resident of the National Farm rs Union, Charles S. llarreti f Union Ci'y, 'a , during an nd ln'ss at Topeka, Kas , wlio re lently, eitiphasizod ihn import ance of f irinnr oiganiza'ions en. gaging in politics - both tat and national; and keeping a vigi l.int wati lion govern mental oper ations at Washington lie h id ords of warmest praise "for the loyalty and efficiency thai our Farmers' Union institutions have achi-ved" duiing the year just past lie Wits bitter in his atia ! on Governor William P. Harding of the federal reserve board and David P. Houston, forun r ecre- ary of the treasury, Oil whom nj heaped the biauie for the great decrease in vilui's of farm pro ucts. He called tliein "the dtc ati n twins", lie reviewed tlii- fight made against t ie inlluence which, ho naid, was exrrted in Washington to make ihi farmers the principal sul'fertrs in the 'hack to normalcy" movement, discussed innumerabl" problems now confronting the laitneis in particular and public in general, including freight rates, valuation of railroiiris, packer legislation and .disarmament .conference, and in conclusion gie.v optimist ic and declared: "I helii ve the time is surely coming when thf farmers of this nation will conduct practic ally all their own business through agenc ies of th. ir own creation, directed ami governed by thomsi Ivi s If this Is to be accomplished, however, many obstacles must bo removed. The obstacles of piejustiee, ignor am e, sectionalism ard many oil er impediments to real pro gress. must succumb." To t Inactivities of farmers' organizat'ons Mr. 13eMielt attri billed a large me 'suie of the v l ' m HUBBLPS Hemstitching Pleating Covered Buttons Art Shop Baby Shop MAIL OU'ORKS FII-II!D PKOMI'TI.V Send r'or CalHlutf .1(12 St. Louie St. ' Springfield. Mo' cnone ifaa ASPIRIN Name "Bayer ' on Genuine "Warning! Unless 5-ou see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for twenty-one years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told in the Rayur package for Colds, Headaches, Neuralgia,, Khumatlsm, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Dayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is tho trade mark mark of Bayer Manufacture ot Mon- oaceticacidester of Saiicylicacid. Adv. uccess of enactment of laws by congress favorable to agriculture ncluding the packers control ac, and the tendency to reduce rail road rates. President Uarr ett said: , "Wo cannot ignore the fact that it was through one of the agencies of government, that the awful debnele of the past year or more, w hen seven billion dollars was lost to the farmers f this nation was precipated If ih farmers had taken the same united Interest In legislat ion as did the railways the Cl.am- r of Commerct! of the United tates, the National Manufactur is' Association, the packers and other aggregations of caoilal the federal reserve beard wonld not Ifeve dared disregard agri- olture as it did flint year. Can we fail to recognise that it we had stayed at home and attended lely to the business of work out a marketing system, we ould not have revived the War Finance corporation, compelled the federal reserve board to modify its financial policy, or effected a partial or even limited reduction in freight rates? 'Dont forget that while we are envolyinga national marketing system tho great interests who insist that they get a large sha ( of what you pi'oduco will be busy trying to procure the en actment of laws which will maije your plan inoperative, Farmers' Week program The program or rather the string of p ograins, for Missouri Fanners' Week, January 1020 th, PJ21, Columbia, Mo, is in many ways the stroi.gest ever grouped for this greatest state agricultural event in the Nation The evening programs of Mon day, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will deal with the vital problems confronting the Mis souri farmer and the ex pence of a trip to Farmers' Week will be profitable instead of being a real expeuce, since several different things in .-tore for each person will be worth several tunes the total cot or ih. 1022 trip. A flat rate U a fare and on.e half for the lound trip is announced fot allrailroad sta'ions in Missouri. Information Concerning Soldier's Bonus Soldi" r must have resided wtihin the State of Missouri at ast 12 month- iin medi .tely prior to April 6th, 1917, Must have served honorably in the Military or Navel forces ot the U.' S. at auy time between the 11th day of Nov , 1918. No person will be entitled to bonus who has received a bonus from another State for the same servic-. Will b ! paid only to the imli vidua! soldier, who cannot assign sell it. , In case of death, bonus is pay able in the order named to sur iving wife, child, mother, father, liate of bonus: $1000 per month or major portion thereof, while in active service not to ex cecd the sum of $20 00. The coin mission will not be able to bigin payment until after the bonds are sold, which will be about May 1st, 1922, so do not make your application until it publicly announces it is ready, as you will only waste your time and theirs. W. A. Kaupii The Adjutant (3eneal RECORD OP THE PAST. So Stronger Evidence Can lie Hod. Look well to their record. What they have done many times in years gone by is the best guarantee of fu ture result:. Anyone Willi . a bad back; any reader- suffering from urinary troubles, from kidney Ills, should find comforting words In the following statement. II. L. Martin, carpenter, Cabool, Mo., says: "Doan'a Kidney Pills certainly are a fine old kidney rem edy and I am glad to say a good word In. praise of them. Some time ago my back and kidneys were all out of sorts. When I tried to bend over it hurt my back and sharp pains would shoot up through my back and I could hardly straighten up. My kidneys were in bad shape and caused me to feel miserable. one box of Doan's Kidney Pills cur ed me of this trouble. Doan's are certainly a fine kidney remedy." The above statement was given July 28, 1916 and on January 12 1920, Mr. Martin said: "I haven't had any further need of a kidney remedy since I recommended Doan's Kidney Pills. I am' glad to confirm all I said at that time." 60c at all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs. Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. No. 66 Lumber For Sale We have ail kinds of oak 'lum ber for sale. $2 00 at mill or $2 30 delivered. T. M. Kiik. Phone 11105. Lyceum Dates. W. Powell Hale, Tim., Jan. 12. Datu will be supplied later for Hammond Entertadiment Co. col. j. r. Mcintosh, AUCTIONEER. Live Stock and Farm Sales Sperlall) Sales made anywhere. Bills and advertisement free. Make dates at this office. ANNIE BELLE COMPLEXION CREAM THF. C UK AM OF CREAMS kr f.quiittlrNttttJ Ih'immI TeiM Latltam Vltwe bio U a UliM. f.fwf Woman what tak iMirJa) in Kir catnftUtiu mil naa' a..... NIE IlLtLI. CP CAM. AU it w4i i ,tm uial- ha traslri llw m Ut Mel aaneHk M. U wnt iMeMtiaaj a ad peilia towflb a, re-. N-jj. ewubaiia. pieft,.W. lectin, etc Tl w iLtta " ( . ntWnt U-.trtv b tk Mi tMt i - a I tw rwUt ur l Ani tWIk Cmb knai ) tt '.vil. rM A tt'.k lit H.leadnl cth!i. lifr : u cstK. ft, mui Sold by Druggists and General Merchants NORWOOD, MO. (Last week's Items.) Mrs. Cole and Children of Springfield, were Xmas visitors it her fathers, Mr. Parmenter's. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bourland of Dallas, Texas are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Uourland and other relatives. Miss Ethel Graves, Miss Myr tie Brazealand children of spring tield are guests of relatives. Frank Find ley of K. C. spent Sunday and Monday with relati ves. Many other Xmas guests from a distance have been com ng iu to visit relatives during holiday s. Three of tho Norwood teachers aie visiting home folks. Miss Loom is in Ark., Miss Stecker tit Ava, and Miss M-ilhis Giodvil.e. Mrs Thomas of Spriugtiold has returned frum a visit to her daughter. Mrs. Sanders and Roy Bur nett of Ivans , City, is visiing his mother Mrs Dr. Lane and other relativies. John Huffman of Memphis rem)., is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Mills of Oak Forest, neighborhood wcreguests Monday of her pareuts Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, s , Roy Preston of the Free Will Baptist Church one of the Nor wood school boys will preach at the M. E. Church Sunday even- ng. The Bible says "Woe unto him that puttuth the bottle to his brothers mouth" and "Ye are your brother's keeper" hence the public, to some extent may be respoiisiole for some recent drinking. ''No drunkardcau en ter the Kingdom of Heaven'', and may the lime suou come that Mo , especially professed chris tians may realize that they should not go to sleep on "Old John Bar ley Corn, which has wricked millions, but let our motto he sefety which means law enforce me nt. S'.aud by the good office rs, not only Witii prayers , hut public sentiment aud works. oooooaeooooaecoaoeaooeoeoooa i MANSFIELD FURNITURE CO. We Carry A Complete line of new an I second hand furni ture. Compare our prices witn your mail or-' der catalogue, you'll find we save you money. We repair and refinish your old furniture and maice it look like new. Get your pictures ' framed now before the Xmas rush. f l ! ONE HUNDRED AND TWEN IT-FIVE CENTS Gets that suit cleaned and pressed CLAiii.i iAkLiLi Blue Goose Eatbt" Shop i' i i l i- 4-- .. -4. .. f. .t. .fc J.. South Leadhill Mr. J. W. Bailey passed away from this life Thursday, which we were sorry to hear as Mr. Bailey was a good religious man. He h aves a host of relatives aud friends to mou m. Mr. Meivin Douglas has some thing like smallpox in his family. Mrs. Florida Linsdown is sick at this writing. Mr, M. J. Lan8down bought a cow on Thanksgiving gave $10.00 for her and the cow died iu 1-1 days, lie also lost his mare one day last week some bad luck coming his way. James Lansdown has moved on the Beaman place. Farmers & Merchants Ban Capital Stock $20,000.00 J. D. Reynolds, President P. W. Newton. Vice-President N. J. Craig, Cashier J. E. Craig, Assistant Cashier J. D. Reynolds, P. W. Newton, N. J. Craig, J.E. Craip anc M. E. Gorman, Directors Personal integrity of its officers and efficiency of the laws gov erning its transactions are the best evidence i if security that iny bank can offer its patrons. Upon this basis, we in'te a,. parison and solicit your business. Mansfield Farmers Exchange Sells Cherry Bell and Indian Girl Flour, All Kinds of Dairy and Chick Feed, Star Brand Seeds, Wayne and Mason Tires, Reed Fer tilizer. BUYS POULTRY, EGGS and CREAM POULTRY Remedies A he.dth restorer, and an egg producer. The in crease iu eggs will more than double the cost of medi cine. We have the Sal Vet remedies for stock that is a health restorer and takes the place of salt. We also have the medical remedy for stock in the form of a brick, which takes the place of salt and medi cine The above remedies are standard remedies i nd reasonable in price. We have David G. Evaus Coffee Co., famous "Gold Star" coffee, Every package guaranteed to give satis faction or money refunded Also Evans' Green Tea in bulk that we guarantee o n tisfaetorv n."ov will be refuuded. .1 u. . ... . v.- -tud a fresh shipment of n hp., cries. . See our men's heavy-wtight, every day shoes. Your trade solicited and apprec ited. II. M. NORCROSS STORE I ! MMHHMM Are You Going to Paint? The high cost of building m iterial makes it absolutely neces sary to protect our buildings and make them last as long as possi ble. Sanitation and beauty also recommend uaint. We carry a Complete Line SewalPs House Paints Including their Flat Interior, Roof and Barn Paints, Celovar, Auto Refinish, Wagon and Implement Paints and Porch Floor Paints no hetter medium-priced paints. D. J. Landers Lumber Co. Six Dollars a Year admits into your home a newspaper of exclusive attractions; a newspaper that covers the entire field of and news events graphically, impartially entertaining The Kansas City Journal ANNOUNCES new, reduced subscription rate Formerly $8.00 a year; Today $0.00 a year. NEWS EVENTS Local; National, International, Accurate, Authentic Well Written Every day in The Kansas City Journal Established 1854. LW ALTER S. DICKEY, Owner and Editor.