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Leo Dean was in Mtn. Grove during the wesk. C. V. Hilaabeck and C: L. Tur oer were in narlville Tuesday. Miss Fae Davis visited Inez and Eleanor Spurk-ck of Ava Sunday. .. " 1 J. S. Tripp and family of Wal- A ren Kan htv0 Wn vlaiLinfr relatives hi re. Richard Skelton, who has been- in Springfield fur the, past few weeks, returned home Saturday night.- " Buy your Vacuum Cup Tires from Carbr s Garage and get a five tube with every tube. Rev. Humphreys wM fill his regular appointment at the 0. F. Hiii.'.li KiiMilttt- mnriktnty 'Biitl evening Miss Rosa Morgan who ' has been teaching school in Wrom iiiif. is visiting her fattier in Aiansueia ; Miss Pearl Newton left Tues day for a vi-it with her sister, Mrs. Carl Tiipp, in Burlington, Kansas. ployed iu the Bt-U Telephone Co at Springfield, visited homefolks in this city Sunday. ' Misses Marie Norcross and Blanche Alcorn visited in Sey mour Saturday nigbt and attend ed the June Singing in Cedar Cap Sunday. - FOR SaTe,-Beautiful Price d: Tteple piano. Oak case, easy touch, tine tone, good condition inside and out Bench included. $150 00. Mrs. J. N. Craitf. On Saturday, June 3rd, a fine 7t pound boy whs bora X) Mr and Mrs. P. E Divan at their borne in Springfield. Eirl Thomas. has resigned bis position as night cleik at the Fiirco D pot He left Tnesday morning for Mtn. Grove to spf nd bi vacation. ' He haves right a wsy for Rol'a to accept a pqsi tion as temporary express agent at that place. Miss 'Loc'.ie and Pauline Ciaig entertained lat Tuesday evening with a six o'clock diu uer iaity. ir.e -guests were Aliases Lxjis Ueach, Leona Hoover and BeLUh Dalglislr, Messrs " Bronse Hoover, Le9iie Seright, Snjder Craig, Ross Reed; and hostess' Pauline and Locbie. Missouri State Fair August 19-26 Prepare Exjbits Now Premium list ready for distri bntion soon. Wiite for it today. W. D Smith, Secy , Sedalia, Mo. Mansfield Shoe , Shop I am again in charge of the Maof&eld Shoe Shop, and will be in the hop on Saturday's and rainy days. A. E. Tarbutton. Reccommends Chamber Iain's Tablets. Chamberlain's Tablets have been us'-d by mv husband and myself off and on for the past five years. When my -husband goes away from borne he always takes a bottle along with him. Whenever I have that heavy reeling alter eating, or feel doll and played out, I take one or to of Chamberlain' Tablets and they fix me op tine," writes Mrs. Newton Vreeland, Mino-., N. Y. Takes these tab let when troubled with consti paiioo or indigestion and they will do you good. Travelers Inn ' js'OBWOOD, MISSOURI Newly Furnished -Throughout Tour Patronage Solicited Suecial attention to commercial trad. " Supper served before arrival of Frisco passenger train No. 104. W, O. Bean, Prbp. BORROW o r cr vein WJUI TAX AlUKJrJ? See. Rt J. Freeman, Agent Town A Farm Home Builders ", r'Aot:: America - Leedys Leading Ladies Shop We have reduced our Hemstitching rates to 5cts for Cotton lOcts " Silks Mail Orders a Specialty 225-227 East Commercial Springfield, Missouri HERE AND THERE Rev C. N. Fi od ley and wife visited their daughter Mrs. Tuinuiie Atchison Saturday night and Suuday. - " v"" Clarence Harnett and wife spent Sunday with AlfredMoody and wife. Wm. Ritliff called on Oscar Moody Sunday afternoon. There will be an all day sing ing at Wolf Creek the third Sun diy in this month. The Sunday, visitors at Dave Findley's were James Findley wife and daughter Cbristeen. V. S. Findley wife and daught er, Thursieand T J. Smith. Calomel Good but Awful Treacherous. Next dose may sa ivatc, shock liver or attack your tones. Yuu know what calyinel is It's mercurr: Quicksilver. Cil Jomelis danicerous It crashes into sour bi like dynamite, cramping and sickering ou C.lomel atUcks the boil 's and should never b - put into your system. If viiufiel bilious, hetdachy constipated and all knock- d our just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents which is a harm less vegetable substitute for dangerous calomel. Take poonfull and if it doesn't start yonr liver and straighten you up beltar and quicker than ms ty calomel aud without making you sick, jou just go back and get your money. Don't take calomel! It makes you sick the next day: it loses you a days work. Dod son's Liv erTone saiaightens you right up and you feel great. No slts necessary. Give it to the child ren because it is perfectly harm less and can not salivate. ' - itorru 2. Sometimes a quiet hour we CCC From baking bread and shelling PPP If cares oppress or worries TTT We close pur eyes and sit at EEE And listen to the droning BBB Or hear the JJJ scold in the trees. ; And girlies too we must XQQQ When their odd moments thus - they UDU Each to herself a doty 000 Tl'ese hours of quiet and repOOO Girls are not built to last for AAA The body wears and powers DK When girls areYVY they always plan . " To keep as youthful as they can Ernt-st Lylrt and family were at Seph Letaioger s Thursday night. Miss Ethel Hall is staying with Mrs. Neva Bakec now. Grant Ball left for Springfield Monday morning where he in t;nds to work. Miss Elsie Crider called on Mrs. J no. Brentlinger Friday. John Henry Baker called on Mrs. Sarah Rippt-e Monday evening. - Mrs. Dave Crider is a little better at this time. Dr. Gentry. of Av's was there Friday. There was a farm club picnic at D. R Susder's Suuday. There were several presont and aN greatly enjoyed the day. The bounttil basket dinner was served on a long table in the shady Vard, and many helpful and interesting things were dis cussed during the evening ' K. J. Stout and family spent Saturday night at Doc Findley's and started to California Suuday morning. ' Claude Edwards calkd at J. v. Hrentlingor's Suuday morn ing, and Oscar Cameron called in the evening. Miss B lfurue Biker, speut Saturday night aud Sunday. at G. VL Miller's. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S'lort, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas and Ralph Breniliuger went on a tishing trip to Bryant Saturday night ane returned bomb in the wee sma' hours of the. morning, having' caught one tiuy fish " Roy Letsiugcr and family and Ernest Lyles and family hud an ice cream social Saturday night. G. W. Miller picked cherries at Geo Ltrenllinger's Saturday. Leo Dorrell, Edward and Louise Dennis were Sunday call era at J; VV. Edwards. 'Miss Ethel Hall spent Sunday will) home folks.. Harley Stout 'aud family were at Dave Crider's Sunday. Rev. Oliver Coou will preach at J. V. Edwa-rds' Sunday uight, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards not being able to go out to church Every one iscidHy invited to attend. Mrs. Sarah Rippee spent Sat urday night aud Sunday with her parents. ' SUKEY. Childbirth Valuable lllastratad Book Sent Free How thousand of women, by tha taasla method ol an eminent phyeician, have avoided unneoauary misexiea through many nootbe and up to tLt momens Babr au arrived, b (Mr explained in the remarkable book. "Motherhood and the Babr." Telia alio what to do before and after baby cornea, p rotable data a( birth, baby mica, etc.. and about "Mother'a Friend," need by three generation, of mothers, and sold In all drug stores everywhere. "Mother's Friend" to ap plied externally, Is . safe, free from narcotics, per- U. h aimr S timl r, art Juatment of muscles and nerve, during neetanrv and child-birth. Start using It day. Mrs. B. E. Kerger. Slaytbn, Minn., says "It pulled me through.' Send for book to day, to BradOeld Bcsrulator Co.. BA-u. as luta, Ca. "Mother-, rrisnd" is sold at aS Snex etone. Ford Turns Out 6,000,000th Motor Next One Comes Through S 1-3 Seconds Later Ford Motor Number 6.000 000 was lifted from the assembly line in th Highland ?ark Ford Plant at 9:14 A.M. May 18th, Just 5 13 seconds later number 6.000,001 whs linished. The unusually heavy demand for Ford cars and trucks at the present time has necessitated the building of 5400 motors dai ly. These are shipped in car load lots to the various Ford as sembling plants throughout the United Stit-s. The first Model "T" Ford Mo tor was completed on - October 1st, 1903; number 1000.000 left the assembly line December 10th, 1015; and number 5,000,000 came through May 28th, 1621. Although the Ford Motor Company turned out a number of different models prior to 1908, the present numbering system began with the first Model "T". Luclty Tiger Positively eradicates M-stoM faUne? hS ess taorvrsevt srowtn aciAs luere, '. heJU-aetelatsssdisaraai Msasg-Baek OaaraoUe. j saaMa sa eaeksea, er at SSe MACOMB. We are having beautiful wealh er at present, but a nice shower would be appreciated. Setting out tomato plants seems to be the order of the day in this vicinity. Those at Virgil Royal's - Sun day were John Frye and family, Mr. and. Mrs. Geo Shores Jr. and daughters Virginia and Gen- eieve, Mr. and Mis. L J. LonKt called in the morning and Ruth Dahlgren In the afternoon. All ate, Ice cream and bad a general good time. Nellie and Ruth Frye spent from Tuesday until Thursday w I SlMd WEAK, NERVOUS, All RUII-DOWII . v i . . tSmmi Ulj SaHered Until Sh. Triei CsrAiL Ssyi "Remit Wu Stnpruinx." Cot Along Fiae, Became Normal . ni Hesbliy. Springfield Mo. "My back wu so weak I oould -hardly stand up, and I would have bearing-down pains. and was not well at any time," saya Mrs. U V. Williams, wife of a welt-known fanner on Route 6, tble place. "I kept getting headaches and having to go to bed." 1 continues Mrs. Wllltami describing the troubles (ram which she obtained relief through the use of CarduL "My. husband, having heard of Cardnt, proposed gettiug It for me. "I taw after taking some Cardul . . . that I was Improving. The rrtmlt was surprising. I felt like a different person. "Later I suffered from weakness and weak back, and felt all run-down. I did not rest well at night. I was so nervous and cross. My husband said he would get me some Cardul, which he did. It strengthened me . . . My doctor said. I gut along flue. I was in good healthy condition. . I cannot say too much for if Thousands of women have Buffered as Mrs. Williams describes, until tbey found relief from the use of CarduL Blnce It has helped so many, you should not hesitate to try Cardul tf troubled with womanly ailments. For sale everywhere, E.83 .with their sister 1 is. George Chores Jr. Mr. Jim Find ey was ai'ree ably surprised Saturday niht when several of the neighbors went in with cikes and made icecream 'There was a large crowd there, and we all went away hoping wu could celebratT many more of Mr. F.ndleyV birthday's in that Wiiy. Mr. aud Mrs. Ornie Owens spent Sunday at Chas. Schlich r. V. II. Brake hd the mis'for tune of gettiug u mare aud colt killed by rt train last wet k Ma.e " Fiye spent Saturdsy night with M v rtl - Sho:es. Mrs. S. tf. Hart aad daughter Florence call-d rtt SiJ Williams Sunday afternoon. Mrs, Holt was visithiL' . Ii!i' daughter Mrs. Haiku d Tuesday who has beeu quite pooi h Mis. lom Miller una cm uivn spnt Sitnrdav night with h-r father; ur.cle .Joe Gray. .Mrs Miller wasgreatly alaimed when he got there and found her fath er real sick, bnt a doctor' was soon called and we are glud to report that he is better at this writing. - Mr. and Mrs. George Shores Jr. and children spent Saturday at Chas. Chores. . DOIAY UIMPl.E. .NORWOOD Rev. R-hford of Ford land, Mo. preached at the Methodist Church Sunday evening. Several of the Uebukas und others visited at Mr. Charles Stewart's Sunday. Som from' here have attend ed lectures at Mtu. Grove-by Rev. Gilley of Colo. Springs, although he has hud several cases of Divine healing, he urges very earnestly by the impor tanceofsoul SalvtUi'jn. Ue ex pecis to continue services through the week and many from a distance aire attending these services. P. L Connelly who his pur chased the Cutt ngiin gro e y is addi'ig dry goods to his store, and Wm. L'ottengim ii eie:tiug a sUire building south of the Connolly store. Mrs. Sester Newton and baby left Siturday to j )in her hus band in Kans. where they will locate. Mrs. Snyder remains very poorly. Mr. Householder's family have moved to the Hitchcock residence. Mr. Jim Hitchcock s step mother died Ust week. Mr. Jess Mallatt is belter. Mrs. E la Ball and daughter Georgie, also Hen Finiey are visiting home folics. Miss Freda Graves who fir several months, took music k-s sons in Kansas City, is home. Mr. .Depew'a sister of pitta burg Kans. returned homo last week and took with ber his in faot.hn.be. Kev. , Keliford of Fordlind preached here Sunday night. Wultxy Namary of Kans. City, is visiting here. ' Several front here were at the Mr, and Mrs C. Steward home Sunday. Mrs. Ida I'urtle is visiting here. Your future is at stake this summer. What Rtory-ovill the suniiiioi tell about you? Those of you who are' just now leaving public schools ai.3 high r-cliools to tafci) your, place in life how ar you i:uing to inn Ite j ou'r .start? This Ui stion impontant because this is the foundation jear for you. Of course, itjs human na ture to lullow the line of least re sisl.iLco.but think how much a little further preparation means to you at this time, and make up your mind to "learn it light" and thus lay the foundation for your future success. ; The-re is but one field that is today demanding mme workers aud paj ing a gi o.l price to get thera. That is business. The Springfield Business -College is finding it impossible to supply the. demand for young people who are train, d f'.r business. The business men of this section know the efficiency of the S. B. C. graduates. One ihiir alone stands be tween you and a high grade, permanent p"sition ami that is your lack of knowledge of busi ness.. This training is but-the matter of a few months spent in the Springlield Busine-s Col lege. Think this over and then act. Write at nnee to J. A. Ta lor. President, for p;triieulars. . Celebrate In Mansfield GEESE GOOD GRAZING STOCK Fowls Play Important Part In Util izing Waste Grain About Stables and Fociiing Pens. ('! hiive an Immirtmit nnrt in tii. endless war on wnsle. Thcy'are In s cinss witii ciiinkcns In utilizing wnsle Kin I ii nliotn h!hIIs and fccOlnR ppns. In n lurger mwuure tliuu ciiii-kens or any other kind of poultry tlipy ore u irrnzlnif stock, getting Jhelr living in In rue part from tlie ordinary urRssps of the piisttires,'say poultry Fpecial Ixts of tbu t'lilti'il States l)tmrtinent of Agrlrulturp. Wlien It Is considered tlmt the dciiiunil for geese In steady, nnd extended over almost the whole year, not conltni'd to-hollriuym, as In the ruse of turkeys, that geese excel nil other poultry as producers of fat, the Importance of geese .In the poultry scheme is realized. . , STUDY DEMANDS OF MARKETS Poultryman Should Learn How, Where and When to Dispose of Products to Advantage. A lurge part of the profit In poultry keeping often depends upon the prop er murketliig of the products, and the pmiUicer should study the market de mands its to how. wliere and when to dispone of the products to the best advantage. t A Dry Creek Items. We are having some hot weat her just now. ,(o I Hy Hon. and family 'attend ed Children's Day at Oak Forest Sunday morning and spent the remainder of the day with -Mr. Minnie's. - " Melviu H.ltou spent Sunday with belt Uyltou. " Misses Ida Inmau and Cather ine Wicks took dmuer with Johu lnman's Sunday. Mr. . Unytnond Uylton visited home from Friday until Sunday Then he returned to Ava. Will Dei uell and family' spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Dernrli's mother. ' Walter H.ltou iind fimily vUited Kalph Miller's Sunday eveuiug. , Mr. and Mrs. Coou red speut Sunday evening at Mr. Cogdill'a Sunny Slope. Mrs. D. Caudle cjlled at Ike. Benuett's Suuday night. Mrs. Eli Mclntnsh, Mrs. John Mcintosh and Mrs Dee Caudle were Norwood guests Saturday. Mrs. Grace. Long called on Mrs Williams one day last week, Sunday School at Libtrty Everybody invited. Blue Eyes. To nnd. tbat (lorlona feellnc that cornea with a dear, purs, rudd cum-plaxlaa. BANQUET Ice Cream PURE, DELICIOUS, HEALTHFUL-- Banquet Ice Creaijf is Pasteuiized and Carbonated. It is made by the Springfield Creamery Company in their modern, sanitary creamery, one of the be&t in tliecotintry. . - . JUNE 11th IS BANQUET DAY On June llth everybody is asked to serve BAN QUET Ice Cjvatn with their Sunday Dinner. Every time you buy a dish era quart of BAN QUET Ice Cream you help to "boost" the Dairy In dustry of the Ozark. - . BANQUET Ice Cream is for sale by FUSON DRUG COMPANY Mansfield, Missouri. ANTI--SEPTI--KLENZR The fraeatest cleanser on earth. TiiisTc'leanser may be used by men and women of all classes to obsolute satisfaction. Especially good . for removing garage grtase, auto greasa, paint, or by farmers.. Midwest Soap Products, Co.' Springfield, Mo. ' For Sale by Steve Yates, Mansfield, Mo. ZSSOMETinKCFORYO Ulv' HEADACHE" You'll feel better as soon as you swallow the first one. Two or three pills usually stop all the pain. DR. MILES' ANTI - PAIN PILLS are absolutely free from all narcotics and habit' forming drugs. They relieve without danger and without bad after effects. Your druggist sells them MAKKH R Add This I act . . Know Kidney diseaa oftV rapidly that many a pc ly in its eranp before vroRress. Prompt attontlo be given th sllRhtost aympto kidney disorder. It there is a dull pujn in the back, headaches, dizsy spells or a tired, worn-out feeling, or if the kidney secretions are of fensive, irregular and attended with pain, procure a good kidney remedy at once! - ';. Thousands recommend, Doan's rw.u.rey Pills. Read the statement below. " : : ' ' ' H. L. Rtull. proprietor of a- black smith, shop, E. Frist St., Mountain Grove Mo., says: -"Some years ago I was suffering from kidney trouble the worst source of the complaint being a weak and lame back. It kept growing, worse untlL my back was a constant ache . and I could hardly bend one way or the other. The kidney secretions pased too free ly and bothered me by getting, me up too often at night. I had beard great deal about Poafi's Kidney Pills and began their . use. It took only a few boxes to completely cure raq and I have never had a return of the complaint since." , Price CUc at all .dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the earns that Air. uiiiii nan. rosier raiiDurn CoMfrg., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. No.6S. .. .. ' s CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of ' 1 250 Pimples. 736 Blackheads and 3 Boils! No reward Is offered, bees.ua theT are lost forever I No question will ba asked, except one question, "How ma you lose mem 7 -mere out one answer, -"I cut out new fad treat ments and guesswork; I used one of the most powerful blood-cleansers, blood-T)uriflers and flea h-bulldera known, and that Is 8. S. 8.1 Now my faca la Dlnklsh. my skin clear as a rose, my chaeks are filled oMt and-my rheumatism, too. Is mine!" This will be your experience, too. If you try S. 8. a. It is guaranteed to be purely vegetable In all Its. remarkably effec tive medicinal Ingredients. 8. 8. 8. means a Dew history for you from now onl S. 8. 8. Is sold at all drug stores In two sizes. The larger siss la the more economical. a loa l TJ