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Made from pure cream. vThc-EaRle 'Roller - Mills have reonencd and are' ready for busi ness, your patronage solicited. Will buy your grain -' ' ' MR. POULTRY RAISER ' What are you going to raise this year? A 50c rooster or a $3,00 CaponV Expert caponiz- ing done, charges very reasonable, For dates, inquire at ' , ' .' MANSFIELD PRODUCE CO. DENTIST - I haveA opened - my office for the practice of dentistry in the Gor- ' .man building over" the Post-office at Mansfield, Mo. Hours 8 to 5. . Appointment by telephone. L. G. McGlNNIS, D. D . S. The House of Bargains vOur opening day last Saturday"was a wonderful success ' I never saw such a jolly crowd. Everyone had a big smile and our money tills were full befote : night. .-We now have two bipr stores and we will soon instidl another one. Iexpet to make my home in St. Louis. " Now listen, . I go there to hunt -bargains for YOU- I . have had . 25 years (a quarter of a century) . experience in bargain hunting. Would I not bo' a dull student if I could not do well in this line? Remember - you have an expert in tberj.big city hunting bargains " for you all the time. ' : Henceforth I will hunt for high class bargains R. Ridgway FOR FARM IMPLEMENTS - ' , SEE J J. C. CARTER v Before you buy. -He hasa good line of ' plows harrows, drills, corn planters and other farming tools. : Prices right. ?: '',--': 'T" '.'V CARTERS GARAGE j . MANSFIELD. MISSOURI " WATCH THIS SPACE '- For references of those who have had denta) work - done by Dr. Riley. . - ; . ' :iktiKed Patients Make Business Hundreds of 'testimonials, space will permit but few. . ' -M. G. Hensley. Merchant, k ! ' Mrs. JnoPryor, Mansfield Hotel. . R.D. Berry', '' ':: . : Mrs. W.' M. Divan; . - ;. , , " " Dr. Riley has done 150 00 worthof br,idgo work . for me, and for 10 years has worked for my family and his work is giving satisfaction. P. II. Mt;Cnte. .-- . I had some teeth extracted by Dr. Riley with out any pain whatever. I can cerUinly reccommend talui. Mrs. Tom Strong.,' ' '- : ' DR. RILEY, the DENTIST, ' has been 'located in Mansfield over 12 years. OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. . T. B. Houldin of Norwood was here this week! ' "' ' ' . llomer Brown, has returned from Tark io. . :. . ' ' . Oscar Renn of Sutnmersville was here this week. ; B. .Wisman v has gone to lirecli in ridge. Okla 0. Z.' Palmer and wife have gone to Lock wood. t J. S. Snvithertnaii of Norwood was here this week. " . . John Carter was here from Springfield this week. - H. D. and Eli Norcross were here from Macomb this weelr. . Miss Lois. Beach of St. Louis has been visiting here. The O T. Cafe is. atillliero. and will huve a big special Saturday. EirnesiCoday and family were here from Seymour Tuesday. Mrs. M. V, Edwards has re turned fr'm Hoggs, Oklahoma. Mrs. W. O. BiJdii andbaby of Fordland were h-tretliis weel W. H. Br ike and family of Ma comb spent deeoiatiou day here. C'hct Stice of C.ibool visited A. I. Stice and wife the first of the we' k. M. J. liidge and family spent nec.oraliosi Day at tl.unter JJreek east of Ava, Saturday.. I). De iver was found .lead Sat urday near the St James school house in Diiuglas county." If you want a square meal and your money s w.nan, go to T. H. Ivy's R. -sia-u rant, G. A. R, Building. Miss Alice Tomblo-ioa has re turned fnuu Coin, Iowa, where sht' has U fcn teucliing school. Mrs. Lon Turner has our thanks thisweck ftr a-fine quart of strawberries. A few more thousand Stone tomato plants f r sale if . taken at once.- . . . . F. II. Riley, Mansfield, Mo. - For Sale: First class Aroma strawberry plants. . S3 00 par thousand. . , ''.-" " ' . ' . C. B 'Harrison, Mansfield, Mo Miss Ulis O.intreli left Monday morning for Bpnngiii'id -wiiere she will enter Teachers College to prepare for her work next year, . Buy your tn'ie r uto patches of J: C Caiter Oarage arid get a free number oil tho Ford Car which is to be given away. . Decoration day was observed iii Mansfield Tuesday, a splen did crowd Jiom Mansiiold and surrounding toivns being here to attend the sei vieo. . . The y Christian Endeavor will serve. ice cream Saturdiy after- poon.nne 3rd. We will begin serving at 1:30. Everyone is i vited to come and help ,the En deavor. " ' " ( v ;" Fo biliousness and that bad taste in the mouth take.a Divan's Liver PrN at night it will do the wofli. Fuson Drug Co adv. - Decoration Day In Mansfield . Manstield obs''vd memorial day in a very appropriate and effective manner lu-t Tuesday. The services ere conducted under tin auspices of the Amer ican L 'gipn Post and the Mans field ' CopcertT. Und, and the population of the ;city of Mansv field and surroufidiug couutry were highly pleased 'with the program; ' .i . ; . A ppropriateaht striking music by the Mansfield Concert Band marked the opening of the morn ing exercises, weich was' follow ed by a beautiful invocation off erod by Rsv. J, W. Paterson, . J. Lon Dennis delivered the add ress of thu day, In his poetical, characteristic style,. of. beautiful phrases and praises, of the fallen and departed heroes, whir made the supreme sacrifice and gave their all in the great world war; not forgetting his tribute of love tu-tho few and -scattered f rag tiir hts of the dear old G. A. R'. ' -Imrnediatidy'sfter thu speak in;; a lopg procession followed the Band and the Legion march to the cemetery, whore the ex orcises of the Post were very-f effectully carriedout, after which flowers were strewn od : the graves of loved and departed ones.' ... S ' ' "The Social in the. Park In the evening was patronized liberally and the Baud concert was highly enjoyed ' by all, after which a record crowd attended a good movie show and vaudeville at the Nugget Theatre . All together, decoration Day in Manslield, was a big success, and everyone seemed to enjoy the same, and to ,feel that the day had been weand profitably spent. " . ' '" ' .' ;! C. E. Program " v " Christian Church -"-. ' .';"' June, 1th '-.'A . Leader, Franfs Black. -. Topic: Team work: Helps , and Hindrances ..v :. ' .'.; Scripture Reading: NC2: 17- 20rFrank PoltS: 8: -28; 4:0, "4:6 Ilene Newton. ; -;- T-u P-. 1 How can we learn to . woric with others? Marir Norcntos., y 2 . What may be' the reason if we cannot work well with others? Bro. Moffetti ;V ' -:----." 4 Whyjiught every Christian to-work others? Blanche Alcorn. 5- How does Christian Endeavor help us -to work with v others? Herman William. V -' 6 Why is team'" work necessary in sport? Julia Divan'- - ' , 7 .What does . the , Bible say about team work? Mrs. Peters. Buy your little chick feed, chops, and other, feed at the Mansfield Farmers Exchange. Misses Opal Graver, Raby Dt cliard, Lucy und Clara Robin ette passed through here Mon day enroute lor r Springfield, where they will attendNTeacbers College. . ,.. .. C.i 1 1 for Society Jce Cream put 'out by the Mtn. Grove Creamery Company. It is. the best. Made from pure cream. Mrs. Lf liaKoeh, wife of Perry Koch, died at Dermott, Ark., May 26, at the age of 33, death resulting "from postpartum hem orrhage The body was ship- oed to Ced.irGap. Whore it was met by T. F. Louliart, of lans field, and taken to Seymour, where interment took place in tho Masonic cemetery , the fun eral services being cot.ducted by Revs Goss" nd Spain. -- The first kiss tastes like a co vcy of white winged doves flying out of both ears or a swarm of angels pouring a stream of gol den molasses down your back,' according to; the - description submitted to thoOakl y, Kansas Graphic; The G raphic fpr'otests that the guy who said it used up all the words necessary to . des cribe the delights of wild . plum jelly. :. Base Ball' Games In Mans- . . field ;'.v-'-;v . MANSFIELD VS ROGERS ,t VILLE Tpe ase ball game last - Sun Jay, bet ween the MansfieldGrays and the Rogersville team resul ted in a victory for the Rogers ville boys by a score of 9 to 7. Several errors - throughout the playing is mainly responsible for the loss of the game by our local team. 5 One feature of Sunday's game was the work from the mound. Leslie (Cotton) Strong being the hero and the target. . His work in the first two innings of the game, together with some, er rors and wild throws, by other members of the team, -proved very costly, but from the 2nd to the 9th, '.'Cotton " Strong pitch eel Wonderful ball, &nd it is said, in these six innings, ha accom plished a fete, that no pjtcber, throwing from the Mansfield mound, has everyone before; he threw out at the bat, 16 men ac cording to the score card, and some claim that the card was in error, and that the number act ually thrown out during the game totaled 18 in all. This is a record that any boy of 21 'sum mers, may well feel proud, and we believe he has the making of a star pitcher jn tbe baseball world; We can say this for ."Cot ton" that he has the crookedest, most wicked, left hand ball we ever saw pitched from the box. The game summed up, is, that our boys need practice, and a little more , "pep", both in the field rnd at the bat. ' - - Tuesdays Game. MANSFIELD; VS AVA Tuesday the Mansfield Grays pitted against the Ava team played a much' different, game and"the tune was ' decidedly changed. The score in the close of the nineth inning standing 13 to 5 in favor of Mansfield Cowan, the imported pitcher from Fordland for the Ava team, was ki ocked Trom iha box in the first half of the second in ning by the Munsfield batters, and" Reynoles took the box. This change helped matters but little, as our boys - continued to slug the visitiug team from the box. ' - v D. e Gaskill occupied . the mound for the home team, and pitched a smooth even and good game. - fie - had excel lent support from the field, and the star plays were made by G. C. "Pete" Freeman, who made three loug catches, two Of which seemed almost miracu lous. Our boys were in the game from, the start, and batted and fielded well. Bronce Hoover has returned to his home in Joplin. : Miss Beulah Dalglish of Os ceola is visiting friends here. " The O. T. Cafe is still here.and will have a big special Saturday. Buy your Vacuum Cup Tires from Carter's Garage and get a free tube with each tire. ; , - Jason Highl and family motor- i ea to Ava j uesaay. '. Cantrell-Jones-Hoover. -v - - Will buy calves, sheep and hogs, ship in car load lots,-' Deliver to Mansfield Saturday June 3rd at stock pens Notice toT 4th of - July; ' Committee Notice Is hereby given- that a meeting of all members, of the various 4th of July committees is hereby called' to' meet at-the Bank of Mansfield, Friday night, Juno 2nd.- If you are interest ed in a big 4th of July celebra tion; please be present , Uy Executive Committee for . the Mansf ieldConcert Band Mansfield - Shoe Shop lam again in charge of the Mansfield Shoe Shop, and will .be in the shop on Saturday's sod rainy days. : ' '-; ; A. E. Tarbutton. ''Wednesday morning 'Daunt Rippee received a package in the which proved to be a badly battered, flattened bnse ball, together with a letter from the Rogersville ball team which" was suggestive that the ball had been found by them . on their way home, and that it was a ball which their batters had knocked and landed somewhere between Mansfield and Seymour. , They were in good faith about send ing the oau out uiey - were grossly-in error if they thought it was a bap their team had butt ed. We wish to correct this mistake and hereby inform them that that is the ball " Pete Free man knocked . out of the field and over the hills last Tuesday off the Ava .pitcher, and. for which the, Ava out fielder is still looking, -unless hamight have by this 'time, Taken across the Cedar Gap hills and dow.n Bry ant creek toward borne.' -o; Come back again boys. Our team is getting in trim and training, and we will ' show you some REAL playing the next time we meet you in base ball Buy your Autouic-bite. Tube Patches of J. C. Carter Garage and get a free number bh the new Ford car which ts to be given away. .--; ;-. ,;"', ; ' '" McCormick Deering Champion I If you are need ing repairs for these. machines it would be well to look them over now and lef us know what you need. vest will soon be here. R. A. ALCORN HDWE. CO. Mowers - Rakes Twine Har- CALL NO. 52 FOR BEEF -STEAK .': ' ROUND . T BONE : ,' SERLOIN ' PORTERHOUSE ; SHORTCUTS ROASTS -HAMBURGER --FRUITS &. ", ; - ;.. ..; ' PORK r V CHOPS HAM ' K SHOULDER . SIDE v '' ROAST V SAUSAGE BOLOGNA ' - FRANKFURTS . VEGETABLES " "SUDDEN SERVICE' City Meat Market an 1. Sro. Dr. W. H; Johnson, O. D. Eye Sight Specialist Will be in- Mansfield, Riley's Office, Mon June 5th. 9 a. m:to5 p. m. Hartyille, Archer Hot d, Tue. June 6th, 9am to 3 30 pur. " Your' Eyes Earn Your Living How long coHld you hold your work how much could you earn, if you were blind, A great many people are handicapped have their earning power reduced because of defective sight which might be remedied with proper glasses. A painstaking, scietific ex tuni nation of yonr eyes, . such as I make, might be a revUiou to you. . ; v v CONSULTATION , FREE ' Headquarters For Harness and Harness Repair Stuff We carry ."the Orban Ranges and Cook Stoves guarenteed to cook. Agents for Vulcan Plows all kinds - of Plow Repairs, Hoes, Rakes, Garden Plows, and Hay Forks, the No. 2 Champion Double Shovels, Double Shovel Blades and Calf Tongues. ' Queens-ware, Enamel Ware,: Cooking Utensils, Tin Ware. Lawn Mowers in fact everything- in ' a General Hardware: 'All kinds of Garden Seeds. Also a full line of fancy and staple Groceries, Call in and see oui; new ' line of goods. . ;':;",;:-; '. V .-' ' ,;.-'"' ;: ; ' " ,:" . - - Reynolds 8l Campbell I N SECT IG I DE S PARIS GREEN, ARSENATE LEAD, BORDEAUX MlXa TUREi dry; LIME AND : SULPHER, i KRESO - DIP, COW EASE, HESS' -FLY; CHASER; SPRAYERS, FUSON DRUG COMPANY f .'-'.' W... M. DIVAN- ... . " H 'f '.,."' .. . V i.