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From Mansfield Backs Relief lruT- ed By 1 jipa of Time Eyestrain Illness Backache la a heavy burden; Nervousness, dlzcinass, headacha. Rheumatic pain; urinary ills; All wear one out. Often effect of kidney weakness. No us to cure the symptoms. Relief Is but temporary it the cause remains. Doan's Kidney Tills are for kid- ' ls P &tf be seen nay ills weakened and irritated appear- Here's proof of their merit from ance of tlie eyes, the persistent this vicinity. anj distressing headaches. Mrs. C. M. Jarrett, 120 Oak St., in fi. , , Mountain Grove. Mo., gave the tol- ln "'V1 m,,,e81 A f,V lowlne account of her experience ,M?aJ' blo'''"K together of let with Doan's Kidney Tills October 6, fcers tnat frown uliich is begin 1911: "Kidney complaint and blad- "i'K to spoil the face: together der trouble had jriven me preat ir- with those, there i tl.o r.rrv.. in the ritation for some time. I bad a dull backache and pains through my kid neys. I used Doan's Kidney Tills and received fine relief, They have my endorsement." On Januray 15. 1920, Mrs. Jarrett said: "I tbiuk just as highly of Doan's Kidney Tills now as ever. I haven't had to use Doan's tor years and give thera great credit." Trice 6flc at all dealers. Dont imply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Tills the same that Mrs. Jarrett had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs.. Bufalo, N. Y. Adv. No. 1. The Home-Circle Column Home Happiness. It makes little difference in home wheather yon own your house, or h ive one little room on call and the sixth floor of an apartment house. You can mike that one little room the perfection of all that is worth living for, a quiet harbor to which a husband will return, feeling that he has runout of tin storm cf his d ty's w ork into the security of some thins; that L real. We are not all born with the sunshine in our hearts, as th Irish people prettily term it. but we can all cohx some of it in there if we only try. The faculty of seeing the bright side, or, at least the edges of , that side, is one that married people might cultivate with each other. Courtesy is of uvre value in the home than many Relieve it to be. It is easier to love a person than it is to be always courteous to him, and yet it is one of the most valuable recipes forkeeping that love fresh within ourhearts The Newsper. Of all men the newspaper men who are to select from the worlds doings and the community's doings that with which the pub lic is to be made familiar, needs to be wise and judicious, and to lay aside his dislikes and clear himself of all malice. If the newspaper which you take is to decide what information concern ing the doings good or had, in the community, you and your family are to be made familiar wilh.Jiave you not also a duty as to the kind of a newspaper you take wheather it be one that parades and patronizes vice and crime, and nneers at goodness and decency, or one that does the ieverse of this? Does it make a difference wheather you admit, d-tily or weekly, to your household, a paper which has regard for truthfulness and fair ness, or one which will lie and slander at any time to suit its purpose? To the newspapers are com milted great responsibilities, and of it there must be corres ponding demand. The respon sibi iiy of the paper, of those who make it and give its charac ter. on the general henlih, which is great in ui-iny cases. You know how necessary well tilting i-hoes are 10 your com fort and temper. How much more vital to your heath and happiness are glasses exactly suited to your particular visi.m defect. It has been our sole occupati on for 13 years to correct imper fect eyes by means of seiontifi cally prescribed lenses. The value of our services is proved by the fad that ue have given complete satisfaction to over 50,000 clients.' Cases that all others have failed to re lieve are solicited. see us while we are here. Dr. Loper & Loper, O. D. Eye sight SM? -i,ilist8 will be in Manstield, Mo. again at the Mansfield H.tel Tuesday and Wednesday April 23th to 26 ih N rwood. Mo at Norwood Ho tl. Monday Apri 21th. Geo. W. Arnall's Machine Shop Mansfield, Mo. Mr Farmer, Did ,ou know Geo. W. Aroallcan sharpen your disks and plow points? Only 23 cents each point and disk. All kinds of Machine Work. Weld anything weldable. Cut any Straight Tooth Gear. All kinds of Farm . Machinery r. paired, v Midway Items Jjck Frost very nearly landed a bad slu t Monday night but we are hoping he didn't hit the fruit Tne egg roast at J. P. Taylor's Satu rday night was well attended and everyone had an enjoyable time eating eggs and playing by the fire light. Mrs. Leonard Murrel called on Mrs. Win. Walters Wednesday. Xealy everyone around Midway attended the stle at Leslie Glenn's Thursday. Carl and Adah -Mackey call, d at Newt Standifer's Friday. Ralph Chapman and -family usueu relatives near iNew Uiove Sunday. Frank Borders and family pissed tli rough Midway Sunday on their way to visit relatives nortli of here. Mrs. Glass is having a now roof put on her residence in Midway. OtUTl'ARiV i Life is not a dream, Nor is death a seem, Then why should we sigh, Or fear to die And enter immortality? It is written d.nth "reigned iroiu .-visin , nuu so the pages dear to every home is the family record. Susan W. Ttumey, was born in Deni.soni Ohio Jan. 3rd ItHia, died April 14th 1922 at her home in Mansfield, Mo. He Maiden mime was Sustu A.Welsh Bydta'h of I er mother, Susan was left an orphan at the age of seven. Her father died when she was fifteen but Susan fel into good hands by time sisters in law. She was reared and ed ucated graduating from the High School of St. Louis at the ago o 13 tier life wns divided be Ueeu Ohio and Missouri. In Springfield Sept. 27, she was married to Mr. Geo. S isurney. Dr. Putnam of the Presbyterim Church "perform nig the ier. mony. To them have been born four delightful d.iughteis bill' I, .Norma, Ulanehe and Ha zel all of whom are married. Mrs burn.y was a Christian from her childhood. At the age of la she sought and retrieved the witness of the spirit, and united with tneciiurch. To her the way of the Christian was a delight that extended even unto the golden sunset. Comiianionship with her hus hand r ached the standard of the ideal, and th honey moon never waned. As a mother she was one with her children mak ing for them the sunshine of a happy home. The Eastern Star, of whicl (nun us a memoer, rendered a beautiful service, followed by funeral sermon, by the writer. The funeral service was held at the home Sunday afternoon me wnoie town being present, a tribute to her sacred memory. Sing'Cg by the choir was sweet, and especially Mrs. Burney's favorite, "God will take care of you". The floral display was beauti ful. The evening train carried the body (and family) to Spring field for another funeral service by Dr. Bacon, and interment in Hazel wood Cemetery. How De lightful that her daughters could be present for a last look on mothers sunny face and to share with their father the weight of "sorrow in this sad hour. The sunshine of Susan liurney will shine on, and the kisses of memory will sweet en the years to"come. B. D. Jones, PUBLIC SALE. 1 wii sen at public auction at the farm of W. C. Findley, ahouf 4 1-2 miles northeast of Mans field, on Wolf Creek aud Ma comb road, on Mon. April 24th, '22 Commencing at 10 a. in., The Following Property: gray mare 6 years old weight 1000 lbs , 1 biy mare smooth mouth weight about 1000 pounds one Holstoin cow thr e jears old giving milk, 1 red cow 7 years old freh in May, lyenrlingsteer Farm Implements: Mower and rake, wagon, plow and other farm tools, about 100 White Leghorn chickens, cream separator, In- cudator and brooder, telephone, kitchen range, oueheater, dining table, 2 cupboards, iroa bed and springs, rocking chair and other chairs, several dozen fruit iais, about 1U0 lbs. well cured pork, telephone wiret few potatots, churn, 13 or 20stonejars all sizes and many other things too nu merous to mention. Tonus All sums of $10 and ii under, casii; on nil sums over $10, 9 months time w ill he giv en on bankable note bearing S per cent interest from date. No goods to be removed until the terms of sale are complied with. Geo. F. Maxwell Admr. Alex Salisbury, Auctoneer (!. C. FREEMAN, Clerk was the the CARD OF TH.VXKS. TI- : i . . , u wish to manic our many friends for the kindness and sympathy shown to us during the sickness and death of our loved and loving mother. G. S. Buineyand daughters Sundiy School at Ilargis Cht pel was well attended Sunday afternoon. ' - -l-OOL SCHOOL ITEMS. Mrs. Jess Turner and daugh ter, Myrtle, visited at Charlie Rushes Sunday. - Mr. and Mrs. Casson called on V. hi. Shinpaugh Sunday.' , tiiose who spent Easter at leo. Tripp's were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Riley and family. Claud Tripp and wife, Clyde Tarbutton and family, and Messrs. Silas Seals and Urel Dennis. F. W. Thompson is erertini a new building. We are guess ing whether it is a garage or a new poultry house. Tlio wet weather has badly de layed Sain Blevins in setting his vmoyard. as well as the rest of us in sowing oats and making gardens. Snyder miss Aiyra Might .was the victim" of a surprise party last Saturday evening. The parly was given by a number i.f her friends, in honor of her 10th uhhjuu... niwr several nours of the usual party games, re- I. . A . ftfesuwcnis were prved to Alex Salisbury attended the Hoover. !ti,.n.... a. meeting at Cedar Gap Saturday Norcro. Fiora New ton.' m.w Potts, aud Lorenda Ctntrell and night and Sunday Fred Kelling and family and Marvin Dennis and family were Easter visitors at W S GaskiJIs, S. L. Hensley and Tom C'asson went to Rock Bridge Monday. Messrs; Jo Raby, Ned Gaines. Everett; Stephen, Alton Dennis, Fied Raby, Everette N-wton and honoree, Miss Myra. At a late hour the guests went home, pro nounclng Administratrix Notice Notice is hereby given that let ters of Administration upon thu estate of Edward J. Goss deceas ed, have been granted to the un dersigned, by the Probate Court of Wright County, Missouri, oeanni; date the 23rd day of March 1922. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to me for allow ance within six months from date of said letters or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate; and if said claim be not exhibited within one year from the date of the granting ol letters on said estate they shall be forever barred. Minnie Goss, Administratrix STATE OF MISSOURI. ) COUNTY OF WRIGHT J-88 I hereby Certify that Minnie Goss was-granted letters of al ministration upon the estate of bdwarrd J. Goss deceased on the date above written. in testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my rwnd and affiix (a-'nl) ed the seal of said Court, this 23rd day of March 1922, Geo. 0. Murrel! Judge of Probate and Ex Offl- cial Clerk of the Probate Court, Pubic Sale I will sell at Public auction at the Jim Hester place, 112 miles north of Cedar Gap, on, Wednesday April 26. 1922 Commencing 10:00 a. ni. The following property: One ay mare, 10 yrs old, one bay mare 9 yrs. old, one bay mare 12 rs. old, one red cow 6 yrs. old giving milk, one red cow 6 yrs old be fresh soonKone good wag on, one spiing wagon, two set work harness, one turning plow, hens and one rooster, ore cook atove, one heating stove, one itchen table, 6 chairs, nearly new, 2 iron bed steads and springs, nearly new, one shep- rd dug, 2 S day clocks, some cooking utensils, some dishes, and other ar.icles to numerous to mention. Terms All sums of $10 and under, cash; on all sums over 10, a credit of 9 months will ie given on bankable note boar ing o per cent interest Irom ate. No goods to be removed 3 until terms of sale have been complied with. S. L. Day, Owner. ROY DENNIS, Auctioneer. G. C. Freeman, Clerk. Elbert L, Rayborn. ' for v Prosecuting Attorney. In the announcement column of this week's issue of the Mans field Mirror, will be found -that of Elbert L. Rayborn, of Hart ville as a candidate for the oflice of Prosecuting Attorney, subject to the action of tho Republican voteisof Wright county at the! Primary election August 1st.'' It is needless for the Mirror to attempt to introduce Mr. Ray- oornto tne voters of this county, as he was burn and reared in Van Buren township of this county, an 1 was educated in Jfehe schools of the county and the Hai tvilte High School, aud for two years a teacher in county. Mr. Uayboru completed course of law from tho Kansas City Law School, was admitted to the bar of the stat", and for three yeais has been connected with the firm of Gossett, Ellis, Dietrick & Tyler law firm in Kansas City. Longing for a return to his "first love", he decided to cometo Wright county and enter the race for the office of Prosecuting Attorney, and if the Republ cins see litto nomi nate him at the August Primary election, he will prove an easy winner in November. Mr. Rayborn is a young mm cf a lot of energy, clean habits, an 1 if he is elected to the office he seeks, he will no doubt till thrt place with satisfaction to the peopie, aim wnn cieuii to turn self. . ; .'; e;B ffir;i Hffi "ftcsuiar -ffleals 35cts. Short orders 9J arindt, nnd ice Cream, Cigars' uanay. I will be in Manfield again about May I Oth, soliciting for all staple dress goods. If you are planning your summer dress wait and see my line of" samples. I represent Fitzcharles Dry Goods Company, They are sure to please. Mrs. D, R. S. Lytle, Seymour, Mo. R. 6 " Springfield, in thier contest for a slogan, have selected, "The Heart of the Ozarlcs". First prize was giventoE E McSweeny of that city- This is im excellen selection and we want to congrat ulate them on their good- judge nier.t and their splendid slogan. COL. C. E. Program . At M. E. Church. Topic: How to over come d ticuities. Leader: Lorenda Cantrell. Scripture Reading Number 13 25,31. Marie Noi cross. E'rayer: Mrs. Peters. l. .vviiat is ine cniet difficulty in the way of keeping our pledge? Francis Black. 2 What is the chief difficulty in the way of speaking in meet i ne? Liinn Cantrell. What is the chief difficulty in the way of daily bible read ings? Mr. Bur ford. What difhculty prevents many from joining the church? Bro. Paterson. What difficulty prevents many from helping other people? Mrs C L Beach. (5. What is the results if we trv to meet our difficulties in our own strength alone? H M. Norcross. Topics for talks How to face a d.ftieultv? Dr. R. M. Rogers. Mr. Ivy. Marvin Miller and f.m...LB,i 1,17.," I V, ' T" ... , , A. - - ' i ""- i)r-.i many more Tliited bm mother Sunday. Uuch happy birthdays. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always beare lli Signature PUBLIC SALE, 1 will sell at public auction at my place 1 mile east of Mans field on, Thursday, April 27th 1922 Commencing at 10:00 a. m. Th- following nrouertv. 2 crnnd Tne habit ot courage? cows, one 4 years old, half Hoi stein giving 4 gallons per day, 1 Calomel Good but Awful Jersey cow 6 yesrs old giving 3 Treacherous gallons milH per day, both with Nl Xt dose may salivate, shock caives by side, l good bay work liver or attack your bones. rini'an u iron va fiui nmirrnr nimfri - ir w j v.tw w. .uuui xttu unow wnat calomel is 1000 pOUIldS. Several dozen It's mtwurr! nninUailvoi. n.i goo. r.ymoui ock ..ens extra ome, , (,.mj;(.rou8. It cra8,je Kind hivers sonui Ulnlw " hum hens 5 choice PI vu.-.tl. Rock i,Uo 80ur Iike dyuainite. roosters some baby chickens, cramping and sickening you lUOL,: l wagon, hack, leather Calomel attacks thu bones and harn-ss, good buggy. 1 disc, 1 should never be put into spring tooin narrow, one sectou with handles, 1 Dee.-ing mowing machine FUKNITUKE: 1 good organ, oue Kodak Finishing Ava Art Studio, Wmi. Walker, Prop. DEVELOPING ' All roll films, 6 exposures All roll films, 10 and 12 exposures Film packs, Ix2 3 8 All other sizes, except 5x7 PRINTING Prints, 2Xx2li, and smaller Prints. '2Xx3X, 1 Prints, L'XxsX, and np tp4Xx6 Prints, 4x0 nnd 5x7 POST CARDS, 5c No 3 No 3 A Ava, Mo, 10c U)c ,15c 15c 2c !V 10c 3 4c Send us your work for developing and finishing. one-eleven cigarettes nt-ULEy I II I J I I I . jrfe ii i - i .tmim : nrrifr Ml en v m Tfirtv Friendly Jjor FIFTEEN In a new package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-book The same unmatched blend of Turkish. Virginia and Bvrle y Tobaccos fy&MUez ffl FIFTH AVE. " HI HV VSU CITV ll.e mud calhartic action of Heroine is liked by ladies. It purfies the system without griping orsickening thestomach. Price, GO.-. Sold by all Druggists you system, If you feel bilious, headachy. davenport, sewing constipated and all knocked out machine, l nice iron bed, springs just go to your druggist and tre ana mattress, standi. bie, dress- U bottle of Dod son's Liver Tone er commodo, - rocKing chairs, for a few cenU which , h banner rai.tre. ronnddimtiLr t.uhln . and chairs, kitchen cabinet. 2 ,ess veKeiauo suosuiute lor .-v . . 1,1 ... m axia rugs one good hs new, No. uangi tous caiomei. i aKe a 5 DeLaval cream t-ep-irator, 6 spoonfull and if it doesn't start gal. Daisy churn, some meat von r liver nnd Kt.rniiHitnn vnn 1 " " "" Zi ' KtS rU J'"'8! up bettar and, .nicker than nas things too numerous to mention, ty calomel and without making TERMS: All sum. of S10 and Soa sicK, you just go back and ct.der cash; on all "cuius over $10, Ket you-r money. jmonthg time will be given on I Don't lake calomel! It makes bankable notes bearing 8 per cent !,., ,!,.!, i.i.a Mvt ,l. u i you a days work. Dodson's Liv- goods to have been IntftrtRt fcom dato. No bf rvmoved until terms compiled lth. Roy Buckets, Owner. (l. C. FREEMAN, Clerk. Itojr K. Deiinis, Auctioneer. ' Col, erTone saraightens you right up and you feel gn at. No salts necessary. Give it to tho child ren because it is perfectly harm less and can not salivate. over As clear as tho purest water A torpid liver needs an s Lipuid Hoross .n", vet it is-the hauling with Hei biue, Its be moat iwwerful healing remedy nefits are immediately apparent, for flesh wounds, sores, burns Energy takes the place of lnzl and scalds that medical science ness. auoelke returns, and i.l ... as ever produced. Try.it. Price hour of res tin ings withit sound. 30c, 00.:, and $1 20 Sol I by all refreshing 'sleep. Pi ice, OOu. Druggists. 'sold by all Druggists. Cabool Business Man Goes To Mansfield Audrey' I. Slice, who until April 1, was associated with the Leader in Cabool, sold his in terest in this business and has purchased a Grocery. nnd MeaJ market in Mansfield, having taken possession of sameon Mon day of this week. Logan Perry of Mtn. View will have charge of the meat department. Mr. Stice is one of our hest .1 know lodge of the business world and we predict success for him in this new venture. Cabool is very unfortunate in losing M r. and M rs. Stice. Ai rs. Stice, until hist October, was , Miss Janice Patton and "is con sidered the best musician in this locality. She is a graduate of William Woods College, nnd her grace and personality together with education fit her for any station in life. Mr. Stice is also a musician. being a member of the hand and orchestra at this place. While Cabool deplores Ihe k of this young couple, we hope they may have perfect success in business men. having all the -thier new ventue and enjoy their requisites that make for success. He possesses youth, pep and a new home. Cabool Entopri.-e Press Bheumaf ismi at 61 w S S. S. S. Thoroughly Ri dVtf,, Body of Rheumatism Impurities. Ji'Khtl Tho scourKO of rhoun iitlain climl Initreaients nro purely il A. n, ,l,'"llil tonic, a blow! nmlcor; a bloo.1 enrklior. It bnnli S rheuma Ism from joints m IM IK M1J1I uib entire uofly. It bull.tn rir... .i.TJL" I'I)1hIiI Mother, If you cm Ii .2' out to Kot a botUo of H.H. H yorB?r surely iiml.,i,iv in ..".'" J;.'. Z?"r"" f jum inn mv win a.s.s.d.it tt.iuT.VSr.S iJ T?Jta -' m5 V"!1-.'8 rt"r bwln to Z. hiiiii lonmnt. mil . ... ..,..,,, a. n.a. IB mlil I w as ma more economical.