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VQLUME 14 " ;v- ' "; : ; , - ., ' ' - . -' MANSFIELD, WRIGHT COUNTY, . MISSOURI, THURSDAY, . JUNE 29 1922 ; , NUMBER 20 s- , -
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CELEBRATE
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IN MANSFIELD
But you will need a new suit, a new hat or a
perfectly good piece of dress goods, so you can
"dress up'.' for the occasion when you come, to
hear the Attomey General speak. 'And those
shoes you will need a new pair we have them
of all styles and the best quality, for men, wo
men and the little ones. Dress up and look your
best celebrate with us and visit your friends.
Make' our-' store your headquarters before and
during the 4th. x
REYNOLDS & CODAY
v.
DENTIST
I have 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. McGINNIS, D. D. S.
Dr. W.R Johnson, O. D.
. Eye Sight Specialist
Mansfield. Riley's Office, Fri. July 21st, 8 a.m. to 4p. in.
Harlville, Archer Hotel, Sat. July 22nd 8 a. m. to 8 p. in.
Promised "Bargains" in glasses do not mislead
thinking people.
The man who offors you glasses at ridiculously
low pric-9 is either a fool or a fakir -if the glasses are
worth $5 00 he can get $5.00 .for them; if they are
worth 39c or a dollar, you do not want them at any
price . '
Whether you pay us $2. $3. or $5. or more, fur a
pair of glasses you will get fu'l value. That's . enough
for any honest mian to promise. .
CONSULTATION FREE
MILLINERY at
The House of Bargains
There arc five ladies now. build
ing hats at v .
RIDGWAYS
Come see the Beautiful Creations and
get you a hat for. one half.'
R. Ridgway
WHTCH THIS SPACE
Satisfied Patients Make Business
Hundreds of testimonials, space will permit but' fe
R. A.' AlcorV, Hardware merchant .. ;.
Clyde Turner Mansfield Produce
Mrs, W. C. Coday, Bank orMansfiejld !
Mrs. Robt. Gillelnd ; ' .
'Dr. Riley did some satisfactory bridge work for
me and lias done work for my family recently, and ever
sinte he has been here. I can reommend his work.
, : . E. O.Skelton
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EY THE DENTIST
d In Mansfield Over Twelve Years
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hnttla often
utHmoniatfCE HOURS: 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m.
Tersely Told Town Tales
Bon Ton thanks the public for
a successful season;
M. J. Hodge's have moved to
Des Muim s. Iowa
Mrs. R. R R ed has returned
from West Plains-
Poslmnster T fl. E. Mathis of
Ava was hern last week.
Miss ' Eilleen Stephens' is vis
iting relatives in Mtn. Grove.
Eat and drink where the fans
run and keep jou cool. O. T
Cafe.
Mrs. F. M. Rice has gone to
CoftV.vville, Kans., to join her
husband.
- Getyour Piy Hike and Spray
ers at the Mansfield Farmers
Exchange: -
The girl who brought "Homer
Home" will also be at the Nugget
July 4th.
Postmaster W. E Fuson and
wife of Hartville were here l ist
week ( nroute to Springfield.
Fruits and Cindii s, nice clem
up to dat",no better any where..
O. T. Cafo.
Miss Ruby Lee Ya'esof Mtn.
View is spend.ing her vacation
with home folks in Mansfield.
Buy your Vacuum Cup Tire's
from Carter's Garage and gi-t a
free tube with each tire.
, Miss Zella. Sujith end Mrs.
Billie Gardener have returned
to Springfield after a short visit
with homo folks here.
For biliousness and that bad
taste in the mouth take a Divan's
Liver Pill at night it will do the
work. Fusun Dug Co. adv.
Local raius have been reported
in this section of the country
the past week, which-has helped
crops a great dea'.
The parties who expect to"en
ter the Big Paradeon July 4th.
in Mansfield, -are requested to.
meut at the "Gym" for deeorati
on and paraphaualia The para
de will start from there.
' Senator P, A. Benaettof Buff
jalo, Republican candidate fur
congressman, was here Monday
in thelnteri-sts of his candidacy.
He has many frirnds who are
strong forhim.
Through an over iht last week
we failed to report rn the ball
game Sunday, June, 18, between
I the MansfiVld Grays and the
Mtn Grove team. The score
was 13 to 2 in f.,vor of Mtn
, Grovu.
Heavy rains past year has ac
cumulated' filth iu your wel's.
The w uter now. is low and this is
an excellent time to clean jour-
well and prevent malatia.
G. VV. Miller.
Remembur that Mansfield's
big Fourth of July celebration
will be the biggest and best yet.
Attorney General Jesse W. Bar
rett of Jefivrson City, candidate
for TJ. S. senator, and Senator
P.A. Bennett of Buffalo, candid
ate for Congressman, will deliv
er patriotic addresses.
.About one thousand dollars
worth of merchandis was sec ur
p.d by burglars who entered the
Reynolds & Codiy general store
through a rear transom. Tne
greater part of the loot was re"
covered, being round in a patch
6f weeds in the rearof the D, J.
Landers Lumber Co. yard..
Harrell Alcorn was tho recipi
ent of & birthday picnic Tuesday
afternoon June 20th at the - Will
iams Cave, the occasion hung in
honor of his ninth anniversary.
The happy children waded and
olaved in the water several
hours, then supper was spread
under the shady trees. Mt'sda ro
es K. A. Alcorn, M. B Alcorn,''
R. M. Rogers, Edgar Sisk ard
Jake' Hoover chaperoned the
crowd and the following children
were present: Alice Carnal),
Rachel Hoover, Vivian Alcorn,
Virginia Alcorn, John Hoover
Carnell, Buddy Carnall, Charls
Hiisabeck, Rexall Roy, Chostej
Barzeal, Ted Hoover, . Herbert
Johnson, Roger Sisk.and Harrell
The Wright County
Sunday School Convention.
' For. alldenominationi, W-dnes
day and Thursday, July 12 and
lSth. Cumberland Prebysterian
Church, Mansfield Mo. - Rev;
Chas. H Swift and Miss Lottie
May Bose, popular workers and
speakers will be on the program
Be sure and hear them.'
AKorny.anral
JESSE W. BARRETT,
Republican CandldaU for
UNITED STATES SENATOR.
Will sueak in Mansfield July 4th,
A letter from Attorney Gen
eral Jesse W. Barrett this morn
ing, t the 4th of July committee
states that he will sure be here,
and will arrive' op the morning
train on the fourth of July, You
will not be disappointed in him
not being here' "He Vill sure be
here, and you will surely come
to hear him. He is one of the
best speakers in the;, state, and
is an exceptionally good man-
lie is of the people and for the
people, aud is looking to tne
people for support. , After h s
election to the (J. S. Senate, he
will serve ithe people and not
the politicians. When politicians
liue up for another, it is time for
the people to go for Bennett.
A special school election has
been called by the School Board
for Monday, July 10th, to vote
on a proposition of authorizing
the Board to issue bonds to the
amount of $11,000 with which to
build new school huuse. The dis
trict now has on band in excess
of $12,000, which would make in
the neighborhood of 125,000 for
the proposed new building. The
project, if carri d, will put the
new &uildingy back" on the old
school ground.
Buy your tube . suto patches
of J. C. Cat ter Garage and get a
free numbf-r on the Ford Car
which is to be given away,
C. E. Program
Christian Church
July" 2nd N
Leader, Julia Divan
Topic, Duties; What they are
and how to do them.
Scripture Reading; Eph, 4: 2?
32; 5: 1, 2 Ilene Newton
vWhat makes any act a duty?
Mamie Beach,
i In what ways is ones Duty to
be learned? Mrs. Peters
How far has one any choice as
to duties? Mr. Ivy.
What are some duties espec
ially concerning the young peo
ple? Gladys Fuson.
What effect should growing
older bave on ones doing duties?
Dr. Rogers.
What duties have we toward
those above us? Marie Norcross.
What are some duties toward
our equals? Eula Alcorn,,
What duties havewe toward
those with less advantages or ex
periences than we have? Herman
Williams.-
What are some helps toward
doing ones duty? ; Dora -Potts
wnai gives vaiue , w a duty
done? Jessie Hoover.
What connection is there be;
tweeA duty and happiness? Mae
Benjamin. ,v
-What are some of the conse
quepces of faithfulness toduties?
Kev; faterson,
Clarinet Duet, Francis Black
and David Benjamin.
Come and bring someone else.
JULY 4th, 1922
Salute, Firing Big Gun at Sun Rise.
9:45 a m. Everybody meet tbe train with the Mansfield
Concert Band. "
10:15 a. m. Big Stre -t Parade. ,
11:00 a. m Assemble in Park for Program.
Music by Mansfield Concert Band.
Assembly called to ord .-r by Dr. A i J. Clark.
C mmunity singing by everybody.
Invocation, Rev. J' W. Patersonr v
Address of welcom't?, Mayor J E. Craig, .
Reading Declaration of ' Indepenqence, J. Lon
Dennis. , . .
Address, Hon Phi A. Bin net t, Candidate for.
Congress. ' ; 1 , . .
11:30 a. m. Address, Hon. Jesse W. Barrett, Attorney
General of Missou ri, and candidate for U. S. Senate.
Diuner. ,v ' - '.
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l:0o'to 1:30 p. m Band Concert, Mansfield Concert
Band. ;. V '
2;00p."m. Races and contests. v
50 jard dash, 4oys under 16! . - " . ? x
- 50 yaad dash, men and boys over 16. -;
50 yard dusb, girls under 16.
Tug of var pobtoe race, sack-races and other
amusements...-. - ' ' ' '
2:30 p. ra.-Ba'l Game, Craig Field, Mansfield j3 rays vs
Seymour Bearcats. : v!-. .. .
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7:00 to 8:15 p. no. Band Concert, Mansfield Concert
Band. V-';i( '.' ; :.
8:30 p. in Big Disbiayof Fire Works. ? '
MOWERS AND RAKES
We have the McCormick, Champion, and
Deer in g Mowers and Rakes. "These, mowers
will do the work. We carry the repairs for
the machines, and some repairs for other
machines.;' ,,-.'. , ..
We sell the McQorroick Twine and also
have Harvester Oil, Cup Grease-any thing you
need in the harvest field. ' Don't buy an bid
mower-They-may be hard to repair.' Get a
new one. - ' . '. v" ' "''
R. A. ALCORN HDWE. CO.
CALL NO. 52 FOR
Cured Meats
Fresh Meats
Fresh Vegetables -
Fine Line Of Staple And
Fancy Groceries
Deliveries Made Promptly. Phone Your Orders
. City ilat Market anil Oro.
for
" FARM-IMPLEMENTS
: .' . 'see '
J. C. CARTER
Before you buy. He has a' good line of
plows harrows, drills, corn planters and other
farming 'tools. Prices right.
CARTERS GARAGE
MANSFIELD! MISSOURI
Headquarters For Harness and
Harness Repair Stuff
. m We carry the Orban Ranges and Cook
Stoves gtlarenbeed to cook. - Agents for Vulcan
Plowa all kinds, of Plow Repairs, . Hoes,
Rakes, Garden Plows, and Hay Forks, the No. 2
Champio Double Shovels, Double Shovel Blades
and Calf Tongues. Queens-ware, Enamel Ware,
Cooking Utensils, Tin Ware. Lawn Mowers in
fact everythtbg in a General Hardware. AH
kinds of Garden Seeds. Also a full line of fancy
and staple Groceries, Call in and see ; our new
line of goods. . ' r 1 .
Reynolds & Campbell
PUSON DRUG COMPANY
v W. M. DIVAN
Ice Cream Goes Well
These Warm Days
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Nothing- else quite answers the purpose as
matter of, fact. Ice cream satisfies appetite,
pleases taste and proves of good food value.:
There is nothing equal to it as a personal enjoy
ment or a party treat. Don't you know this?
; The only Sanitary Fountain in town.
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