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Hall
ck, Secretary
A. Alt
KovalArcli Chapter 122
m regular convocation on arm
ray uighi in eacn iiioiun
Visiting companions welcome
J. E. CBAIG, Hijjh Priest
C. A. Stephens, Secretary
RAY J. BROWN
Attorney- At-Law
TITLE EXAMINING
A SPECIALTY
Mansfield, Mo.
Lenhart Funeral Home
T. F. LENHART
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
and EMBALMER
Lady Assistant
Motor Hearse Phone 100
MANSF1EL1), MISSOURI
Money to Loan
N. J. CKAKJ HAS SOME
t(.ON.SY THAT HE DESIRES
TO I)A )N COOD, IM
PUuVED I'ARMS IN EITH
ER WRIGHT OK DOUGLAS
COUNTIES. N. .1. CRAIG
PARTIES WANTING
Marble or Granite
Monuments
Can save money by telephoning
or writing
Fougen & Rogers
City of Mtu. Grove MarbleWoiks
Mountain Urove, Mo.
J. R.-BOGAUT
Dray ami
T i' 11 f e v
Haul Any tiling
Anywhere
Anytime
Prions Hliilil
Miller Transfer
Moving and Transfering
Prompt Service Right Prices
I5T"Haul Any Tliing-Any Time
Any Place
Let Us Haul Your Live Slock
M. R. Miller
AUTO TRUCK
"Any Thing
Any Time
Ava ov
Any Where
- Let me do your transfer work
H. STKPJIKNN
COL. ROY 1)HMH, Auctioneer.
Breeder of Pure-Bred Duroo Jer
ey Hogs. .
live Stock and Farm Hales a Specialty
Saies made ev. 'wheie. Hatisiaction
guaranteed. Su.ce dates at thia oflice
Fire & Tornado
INSURANCE.
AETNA CO.
Hugh Will la in w
Agent
Maiislllclcl, Mo.
"r: .0,0 Ii. J. R. McINTOSH,
AUCTIONEER.
Live Stock and Farm Sale Special 1 1
Sales made anywhere.
Bills and advertisement tree.
Make dates at this office.
WARD B. HITCHCOCK
, FOR ANYTHING IN
REAL ESTATE
Insurance Notary Work
FARM LOANS
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the dbeSBV.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly intlu
.enced by constitutional conditions, and
in order to cure it you uiunt take an in
ternal remedy. 11 all's Catarrh Medicine
is taken internally and act thru the blood
on the mucous surfaces of the system.
Hall's Catarrh edicifte was prescribed
by one of the beat physicians in this
country for years. It is composed of some
of the best tonics known, combined with
some of the best blood purifiers. The per
fect combination of these ingredients in
Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what produces
such wonderful results in catarrhal con
ditions. Send for testimonials, free.
F.J. CHENEY CO., Props. .Toledo, O.
All Druggists, 73c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Advertisement.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Hosea E Newton and Ira. I.
Newton, Plaintiffs.
Vs.-
Fra n k Hoo verandEffie Hoove r,
his wife; Perry Gaskiil, Ira E.
Gaskill, H. J. Gaskiil and . Abbie
Gaskiil, hl.i wife; Sophia Dennis
and Will Dennis, lier husband;
Ophelia Gaskiil, Samuel Gaskill,
& O. Gaskill and Saruh E. Gas
kill if living and if dead the un
known heirs consorts devisees
donees alinees and immediate
in "tine remote voluutary and iu
voluntary grantees ofFiank Hoo
vet-and Jiffie Hoover, his wife;
Perry Gaskill, Ira E. Gaskill. 11
J. Gaskill and Abbie Gaskill, his
wife: Sophia Dennis and Will
Dennis, her husband; Ophelia
Gaskill, Suniuel Gaskill, E. C.
Gaskill and Sarah E. Gaskill
Defendants
The state of Missouri to the
above named defendants, Greet
ings:
You are hereby notified that an
action has been commenced
against you in the Circuit Court
of ihe County of Wright in the
State of Missouri, for the pur
pose ot perfecting and quieting
title to the following described
real property situate iu Wright
County Missouri, to wit: "3
acres off the northwest corner of
the northeast quarter of
the northwest quarter of
Sectiou 29, in township 29 of
Range 15, lying ou the north
west side of the Gasconade Riv
er. wnicn saia action is return
able on the first day of the next
term of court, to be held in the
court house in the City of Hart
ville, Wright County and State
of Missouri, on the 4th da.v of
December, 1922, when and where
you may appear and defend
such action; otherwise plaintiffs
petition will be takeu as confess
ed and judgment rendered ac
cordingly. Jack Bane
Clerk, Circuit. Court Wright
Co., Missouri.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
George E. Haswell and Mary
A. Haswell. his wife, plaintiffs,
Vs.
I. J. Hell and S. J. Bell, his
wife; and Midland Savings and
Loan Co. if they be living or in
business; and, if they be dead or
dissolved, the unknown heirs
consorts donees devisees alinees
and the immediate mesne remote
voluntary and involuntary gran
tees of the aforesaid J. J. Bell
and S. J, Bel, his wife; and
Midland Savings aud Loan Co.,
Defendents.
The State of Missou rl to the
above named defendants, greet
ings: You are hereby notified that
an action has been commenced
against you in the Circuit Court
of the County of Wright in the
staU-of Missouri, for thepurpose
of perfecting and quieting title
to the following described real
property situate In Wright Coun
ty Missouri, to wit; "Beginning
at a point 484 feet north of
the southwest corner of the
southwest quarterof the south
east quarter of section 16 Town
ship 28, range 15, running thence
east 117 feet, thence north 185
feet, thence west U7fe)t, thence
south 185 feet, to beginning;"
Which said action is return
able on the first day of the next
term of court, to be held in the
court house'in the City of Hart
ville, Wright County and State
Of Missouri, on the' 4th day of
December, 1922, whenand where
you may . appear and defend
such action; otherwise plaintiffs
petition will be taken as confess
ed and judgment rendered ac
cordingly. Jack Bane
Clerk, Circuit Court Wright
Co., Missouri.
FLAT ROCK.
S S. every Sunday.
Now that the weiitlif-r is cool
ei we tiro looking fur u better at.
ttudance at Sunday School
Mrs. G. B. Noiiauiak-r is
greatly improved, she can hu up
al day now.
Mrs. Oscar Coil ay, .Mrs W. A.
Black aud Mrs. E. O Skeltoa
ci lied on Mrs. G. B. Nonamuker
Trursday.
Pred Giover aud wife visile 1
ti e Ace Tarouttoit hoinn Sun
day. Tho callers at G. B. Nouauiak
ers Sunday were Mrs. R. Blank.
Mrs R. Letsinger, Mrs. Draper,
Ira and Lester Tm ley.
Mrs. Smith and two children
Called on Mrs. Drue Turmsr fclri
day afternoon.
Albert and Roy Moody and
Sam Hondrick visited Pred Ura
per Sunday.
We are truly thankful for the
rain, but we nted more.
Ace Tarbutton called ou Marv
in Letsinger Sunday.
. POODY..
ASPIRIN
Say "Bayer' and Insist!
Unless you see the name "Ba
yer ou package or on tablets y ou
are notgetting the genuine Bayer
product prescribed by physicians
over twenty two years and prov
ed safe by millions f r
Colds Headache
Toothache Lutubugo
Earache Rheumatism
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
Accept only "BayeH" package
which contains proper directions.
Handy boxes of twelve tablets
cost few cents. Druggists also
sell bottles of 24 and 100. Asp
irn is the trade biailc of Bayer
Manufacture of Monoaceticacid-
ester of Salicylicacid.
NORWOOU
Winlifld Elrud was in town last
week.
Jess Hart visited bis family
last week, H has been work
ing in Springfield.
Henry Bradshaw has gone to
Springfield and is working there
Mrs. Morgan, one of the H. S.
teachers, went home Friday
evening and came back Sunday,
L. B. Hogue has traded his
farm for property in Lockwcod,
Mo, and is goiug to his new home
soon.
Sam Hart of Macomb was in
Norwood Saturday.
J. E. Hart went to Hartville
Saturday.
Grauvil Bruton went to Mtn.
Grove Saturday.
The. Nor wood school is getting
along nicely, new students ate
enrolling each week.
The rain we received the last
of last week sure helped things
along.
Woodie Bruton of near Mtn.
Grove came to Norwood Satur
day. Dr. and Mrs. Lane attended
the Stock Show at Springfield
last week. "
Rev. Larimore ot Springfield
preached at the Norwood Cluist
ian church, October, 1, he will
also preach there October, 20.
"The School Girls."
To Gain a Good Rcputaion
The way to gain a good reputa
tion is to endeavorTo be what
you appear! That is precisely
the manner in which Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy has gained
it's reputation as a cure for
coughs, colds, croup and whoop
ing cough Every bottle that
has been put out by the inano
facturers has been fully up to
the high standard of excellence
claimed for It. . Peopte have
found thut it can be depended
upon tor the relief and cure of
these ailments and that it is
pleasant and safe to tike, ,
Shiloh Items.
Agreeable advice is seldom
useful advice.
Its only the man who thinks
he knows that boasts of his own
knowledge.
The fellow who sits down and
waii for opportunity to coino
his way usually spends his life
sitting.
God, in tender indulgence to
our different dispositions, lias
strewed the bible with ilowers,
U igni lied it with wonders, and
enriched it with delight.
S. 11. Freeman, li. H. Miller
and lSniest Miller were dinner
guests at the Lwr.-m;i Pugh
home Sunday.
Elmer Neviis and Clayton Moles
CHlled on Roy Moles JSunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Moks and Mjs
Nellie Haverton called on C. W.
Toe and family Sunday.
Graoe MoCaliister and daught
er Joan sK-nt last week with
Mrs.-Anna Gales. . .
Miss Bertha Johnson return
ed hooie Sunday firm Spring
Held where she has. been visit
ing.
Tom Keith and family, France
Hill and family dined Sunday at
Euitnerson Wests.
Sunday School at Shiloh every
Sunday at 10:00 o'clock and
preaching every first Saturday
aud Sunday at 11:00 o'clock.
Curls.
NOTICE OK IMNAL SETTLEMENT.
All Creditors and others in
terested in the Estate of W. M.
Grantham deceased, are notified
that the undersigned N. J.
Craig of said Estate, intends to
wake a tinal settlement of said
Estate at next term of the Pro
bate Court of Wright County, to
be holden at Hartville, Missouri,
in said County, on the 14 day of
Nov., 1922. Being the Sucnnd
Monday of November term 1922.
N.J.Craig
. Administrator Executor
This 2 day of October 1022
A TEXAS WONDER.
For kidney and bladder troubles
gravel, weak and lame hack, rheuma
tism and Irregularities of the kid
neys and bladder. Sold by your
druglgst; by mail, $1.26. Small
bottle often cures. Send for sworn
testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926
Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. Sold oj
ilriiKlflts Advertisement.
If you want insurance on your
farm property, stock, hay or
grain, see W. A.Rosevear, Mans
field, Mo. R. 3. We represent
the County, and State Farm
Mutual.
Mother-To-Be,
Read This
TTnra In n wnndiri';il iti'HAiro to nil m-
pot-1 nut mother. Vlin the Little One ar
rives, ymi cun hnre ttiat moment More frwa
An eminent phyHlclnn,
pinrrt In thia ftcleUCO.
nave iwninmi imagined.
nue hdowq tLe way. hi
n-na who first pro
duced the ert-at romJy,
"AiotbiT'H Friend." Mr a.
C. J. Uitrtuiitu, Bcrau
inn Vn.. mvi!
wit a my nrst two
Children I bud m doctor
nnd a nurse and then
they bad to use I n it ru
in on t a, hut with my last
tvrn pMhlron I used
Miifher'B Krtcnd and hid onW a nurael
we bad no time to net a doctor berauao
I wnan't very alck only about teu orr!
lilt ecu minute.
Nott: Writ for vthiifcl trf lfltutmtM hock.
"Motherhood and th Uauy." routalnlm lnumrtant
uih'irJiitlTt information wtilfb. every iprtaut
BMiiiivr should ban, and til about "Mother' Friend,"
to Braririild Roflulator Company, BA-2S, Atlanta, Oa.
Aiowiw jiTiaua' is aom utr uutiuw wiijuom.
PUBLIC BALE.
I will sell at public auction at
my farm 1 mile East of Mans
field, on O. T. known as the W.
li Deaver place, on
Tuesday, Oct. 17th. 1922
Commencing at 10 a. in.,
The following described prop
erty: Four head of horses and
mules, 1 gray mare, 11 years
old, 1 bay horse, o years old,
pair of three year old males. 10
head of cuttle, 6 milch cows, 1
yearling, and 3 spring calves, 21
head of hogs, 10 sboats about 90
pounds each; 3 brood sows, 8
small pigs, about 40 Brown Leg
horn hens, ' and 25 pullets, 1
wagon, 1 bugtry, about 40 bush
els corn, some sweet potatoes, 1
organ, 1 folding b-'d, 1 bedstead.
1 steel davenport, 1 kitchen cab
inet 4 rocking chairs and two
steel chairs. 1 extension table,
1 Brussels rug, 9x12, 1 dresser,
1 No. 2 Buttetfly cream sep
arator, 1 Kellog telephone, .some
dishes, cooking vessels, and a
lotof other things not mentioned
17 W V-
'arettcs
They are
GOOD!
10'
Bay this Cigarette andSace Money
TEHMS: All sums of f 10 and
ci.der cash; oo ull r.uma over $10.
J "months time will be given on
haukabln notes bearing 8 per eeut
(Merest from datfi. No goods to
be removod until terms "have bepn
complied vitli.
E. A. DEAVER, Owner
Col. Roy R. Di nnls, Auctioneer.
G. C. FREEMAN, Clerk.
Tliere w-as an old geesr, nnd
he had a lot of stne, he start' d
up a business on a dollar eighty
'ents. The dollar was for dry
go ds and trjp eighty fur an ud, j
brought hiHS three lonely dollars
in a day, by dad.
RECORD OP THE PAST.
Xo Stronger Evidence Can Re Had.
Look well to their record. What
they . have done many times in years
pone by is the best guarantee of fu-
tifre results. Anyone with a bad
back; any reader sufferinB from
urinary troubles, from kidney Ills,
should find comforting words in the
following statement.
U. L. Martin, carpenter, Cahool
Mo., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills
certainly are a fine old kidney rem
edy and I am glad to say a pood
word in praise Of them. Some
time ago my back and kidneys were
all out of sorts. When I til.'d to
bend over it hurt my back and sharp
pains would shoot up throuph my
back aud I could hardly straighten
up. My kidneys were In bad shape
and caused me to feel miserable,
one box of Doan's Kidney Pills cur
ed me of this trouble. Doan's are
certainly a fine kidney remedy."
The above statement was given
July 28. 1916 and on January 12.
1920, Mr. Martin said: "I haven't
had any further need of a kidney
remedy since I recommended Doan's
Kidney Pilla. 1 am glad to confirm
all I said at that time." 60c at all
dealers. Foster-Mllbttrn Co., Mfrs.
Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. No. 66
Trustee's Sale
Whereas.Elijah W. Stioop and
Bertha A. Stroup, husband and
wife, by a certain deed of trust,
dated September 3rd. 1921. and
recorded in bonk 42, at page 603
in the office of recorder of deeds
of Wright County, Missouri,
conveyed to the: undersigned
trustee the following real estate,
situatt.d in Vriglit County, Mis
souri, towlt:
The South west quarter of the
South east (juurter aud the
North h.ilf ol the South east
quarter of the South east quar
ter of Section Twenty Four (24),
in Township Twenty Eight -)
of liange Sixteen (10), in trust
to secure a certain note therein
described.
And, whereas, it U provided
in said deed of trust, if default
be made in the payment of said
note or of any installment of in
terest thereon when the same
shall become due and payable,
then the whole sum of money
secured shall, at the option of
the legal holder ot said note,
become at once due and payable.
and default having been made
in the payment of the interest
on said note wlu n tho same be
came due an J payable, the legal
holder has declared the said note
and all unpaid interest thereon
due.
Therefore, at the request of
the legal holder of said note and
the power iu me vested by said
deed of trust, 1 will on Tuesday,
November 14th. 1922, at the
front door of the court house at
Hartville, Wright County, Mis
souri,' between the hours of 9
o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m.
of said day, sell said real estate
at public venue to tho highest
bidder for cash in hand to satm
fy the said note and the interest
thereon, and the lawful costs
and expenses of executing this
trust, including a reasonable
attorney's fees.
G. C. Freeman, Trustee.
II II II u
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If they are the "big can and
cheap" kind because they
may mean baking failure.
The Economy BAKING POWDER
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or a very low price
mislead you. -
Experimenting with an
uncertain brand is ex
pensive because it
Wastes time and
money.
The sales of Calumet
are over 150 greater
than thr t of any other
mo, By a TWIT
best by test baking powder.
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O H GARAGE
Mansfield, Mo.
Farmers & Merchants Hank
Capital Stock $20,000.00
J. D. Reynolds, President P. W. Newton, Vice-Presidttt
N. J. Craig, Cashier J. E. Craig, Assistant Cashie
J. D. Reynolds. P. W. Newton, N. J. Craig, J.E. Craig anc
M. E. Gorman, Directors
Personal integrity of its orticors and efficiency of the laws gov
;rning its transactions are the best evidenc1 of security tha
my bunk can offer its patrons Upon this basis, we invite c-Cw.
parison and solicit your business. . . '..
90
Guaranteed Coffee
We have the celebrated David G.
Evans coffee, the kind that is guaran
teed to please. We have a fresh clean -. X
line of groceries, meats and lards. :
Get our.prires,and see. our line...
of heavy work shoes and men's and ;
f ' 1 tv f
women s ruDDer gooas. we also
have just received a large assortment of new
and substantial overalls and work shirts.
See us and get our prices before you buy. . S'
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BANK OF MANSFIECP
Established 1892- "..." -V
Paid Currency on all our Checks During the Pi'.nic of 197'
Capital $60,000.00 Surplus $20000.00
,
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