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: N jl ill i I B 1 iy 1 II 1 i 1 ill I l Bi p uuuu SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTE Plenty of Amusements tor Old and Young . The Celebration for the Grand and Glorious Fourth of July, 1922, will be under the Aus pices of the Mansfield ' Concert Band. 1 The merchants and business men of " the ' Gity have; contributed very liberally to a fund which will insure a good Celebration. Some of the Leading Features of this CeleBratioii Candidate for U. S. Senate Will Speak At 10 a. m. Music by the Mansfield Concert Band. Contests and Races, for which -Liberal Prizes will be given the winners; Young' Ladies' race, Fat Man's race. Boys' arid young' men's races, and various other '.'contests, amusements and entertainments. r Mtvie show afternoon ahd night. Plenty of ice water, refreshing soft drinKs and other Fourth of July jiotions. The merchants and business men of Mansfield invite you to come; and spend thef day- in the heautiful park, where there are ample seats, fine shade and a well Kepriawh. 5 DON! FAlTO BIG 5 MANSFIELD V& SEYMOUR i t " Craig Field; Game Called at 2:30 p. m. This will be a very fast game and will be well worth the price of 35. cents. - BALL E ry t to stay late and see the beautiful display of Fire W which the com mittee has jprepared to please you, ancl especially the chilaren. m '.,15C,.H. "" - ,.' :'-Vv";:". '.ii.V:.,'",-i V i.JV ;u'':'