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Mansfield mirror. (Mansfield, Wright County, Mo.) 1908-1957, November 02, 1922, Image 3

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RAK), High Priest
Stephens, Secretary
Y J. BROWN
Attorney-At-Law
Mansfield, Mo.
Lenbart Funeral Home
T. F. LENHART
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
andEMBALMER
Lady Assistant
Motor Hearse Phone 1 00
MANSFIELD; MISSOURI
Money to Loan
N. J. CRAIG HAS SOME
MON JTY THAT . HE DESIRE8
TO LOAN ON GOOD. IM
PROVED FARMS IN EITH
ER WRIGHT OR DOUGLAS
OOUNT1E8. N. J. CRAIG -
PARTIES WANTING
Marble or Granite
monuments
Can save money by telephoning
or writing
Fougen & Rogers
City of Mtn.Grove MarbleWorks
Mountain Grove, Mo.
J. R. BOG ART
ifrsiy aim
T r a 11 b f e r
Hani Any tiling
Anvwliere.
, v
Anytime
I'rlOM JtlKllt
Miller Transfer
Moving and Transfering
Prompt Service Right Prices
!f Haul Any Thins Any Time
Any Place
Let Us Haul Your Live Stock
M R. Miller
jr.
i
AUTO TRUCK
'Any Thing
Any Time
Ava or
Any Where
Let me do your transfer work
J. II. STEPHENS
COU ROY DENNIS. Auctioneer.
. Breeder of Pure-Bred Ouroo Jer
eey Hogs.
Live Stock and Farm Snip a Specialty
Bale intde everywhere. Satisfaction
guaranteed. . Make dates at this office
Fire & Tornado
INSURANCE
AETNA CO.
Hugh Williams
Agent
ManslUelu1, Ho.
. O.OL. J. B. MelNTOSH,
' AUCTIONEER. '.
Live Stock and Farm Sale Specialty
Sale wads anywhere. ' -BUU
and advertisement free.
-- Make dates at this office.
Travelers Inn
NORWOOD.. M1SHOVRI
Newly Furnished Throughout
Your Patronage Solicited
Special attention to commercial
trade. Sapper served before arrival
o'f Frisco passenger train No. 104.
W,0. Bean, Prop.,
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' WOLF CREEK.
.Walter Matlock and family
led Mrs. Jimmy Lynch Mon
Mr. 0cr Moody and family
pent fcai unlay night with bis
folks.
Miss Sylvia and Bessie Ed
ward spent Sunday with Miss
Cinra CVhoun and attended
singing Sunday night.
Miss Susie Edwards spent
Sunpay eveuing with Miss Ruth
La tub.
Those who were at JohuGann's
Sunday,, were Ray Gann wife
and son Gorman, W. C. Edwards
Alice Wurner, Artie Coday.Allen
Mcintosh, Archie Seattle, Sher
man Parrel, and Barnard Gann,
Jim Melberm, Carl Lamb and
Ralph Tagon all had a nice time
pitching horse shoe.
Miss Ruth Limb visited Miss
Grace Gann Tuesday.
El) BY
HOW'S THIS?
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by . Hall's
Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine has
been taken by catarrh sufferers
for the pa-t thirty-five years,and
has become known as the most
reliable remedy for catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts
thru the Blood on the Mucuous
surfaces, expelling the Poison
from the Blood and healir.g the
diseased portions.
After you have taken Hall's
Catarrh Medicine for a short
time you will see a great im
provement in your general heal
th. Start taking Hall's Catarrh
Medicine at once and get rid of
catarrh. Send (orte9timonials, free
P. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists. 75c Adv.
rOXV SCHOOL DISTRICT
Qnite a number attended the
fifth Sunday meeting at Mount
Pleasant Sunday,
Charley Meyers is real sick
with acute indigestion we hone
to hear he is better soon.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Shlnpangh
visited friends in Douglas coun
ty Monday..
Mr. and Mrs. Fred foiling
entertained the young folks
Halloween night.
Mrs. O. W. Tripp and daugh
ter Lla,visited Mrs. AnnRippee
Friday.
Alex Salsbury visited at Joe
Dennis' Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Spain of Cedar
Gap spent Sunday night at G.M.
Hens lee's.
A LONESOME JANE.
NOttWOOD, MO.
Mrs. John Upshaw has been
very stck.
Mr. and Mrs Jesse Kelly are
the proud parents of a new baby
boy. '
Mr, Cecil Hart of Oklahoma
City has been visiting his pare
nts, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hart.
Miss Myrtle Kay ia visiting
relatives at Marshfleld.
Mra. Howard Ray and Mrs.
J.' W. Bryant have returned
home from a visit to relatives
near Hartville.
Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Hensley
and children who have been liv
ing In Springfield, have moved
to Norwood.
Miss Leoan Garner has been
visiting In Norwood, she return
ed to her home near Hartville
last week.
. There was preaching services
at the Christian church Sunday
by Rev. Larimore of Springfield
a basket dinner in the basement
was served after services In the
morning. There were represen
tatives ot the Christian church
from Mansfield, Mt. Grove and
Hartville present.
Miss Alma Beeves and Mr,
Roy Absher were untied in mar
riage Wednesday evening.
: The Norwood hlgb school had
a Halloween, party at the school
house Tuesday, night, everyone
reported a good timer
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Cramer
have a new baby boy at their
A
home, -
The School Girls.
Shady Nook
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and
children were guest of Harve
Hentdee and family Sunday.
Mrs. W. U Henslee and Mi
Mattie G truer spent lb day
Sunday at tin GusHcnsiee hour-J
A protracted meeting is being
hi id at the new Penticostal
cl urch, every one invited. Cooie.
Mrs. R t Jones and daughters
L lis and Ruth visited with htr
fa .her and mother, Mr. and Mrs
H mry Coday batu-day night
ai d Sunday.
Miss Josephine Hcns.'ee spent
Saturday night with Bessie
Campbell
Quite a number from this
neighborhood atteud-d tho Fair
at Hartville Friday and Satur
day. Riiga Jones wife and daugh
ters Fay and Unita pnt tde
day Sunday at the home of Mr
and Mrs, Hudeu Co Jay and fain
Hy. '
MarveOoday and family visit
ed at Lon Campbell's Sunday.
Claude and Go!di Keys spent
Sunday at Charley Knys.
Miss Opal Marclun called on
Miss Ruth Skinner Sunday.
Curley Locks.
PUBLIC SALE.
I will Sfll at public auction at
my farm 2)i miles west Mans
field on Spnngfleld road, near
Lead Hill school house,, on,
Wed., Nov. 8th, 1922.
Commencing at 10 a. ni.,
The Following Pioperty: One
,1. M Rook piano, good tone and
action; 1 side board, china closet,
cost $90.00 new; 1 cast iron
range used 2 yea is, cost $65 00;
1 book case and writing desk, 1
small wardrobe, 1 kitchen cab
inet, 1 dining table, 1 oil stove, 4
burner with oven; 1 large mirr
or, 1 porch swiug, 5 parlor
chairs, a lot ot conned fruit and
other tilings too numerous to
mention, 19x12 rug, all of this
furniture is first class and was
not bought to sell at auction.
Terms AH Knms of $10 and
under, cash; on all sums over
$10, a credit of U months will
be given on bankable note bear
ing 8 per cent interest from
date. No goods to be removed
until terms of sale have been
complied with.
Ora Winburn, Owner.
ROY Pi. DENNIS, Auctioneer
G. C. FREEMAN, Clerk.
ASPIRIN
Say "Bayer" and Insist!
Unless yon see the name "Ba
yer on package or on tablets you
are nptgetting the genuineBayer
product prescribed by physicians
over twenty two years and prov
ed safe by. millions for
Colds Headache
Toothache Lumbago
Earache Rheumatism
Neuralgia Pair, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package
which containsproperdirections.
Handy boxes of twelve tablets
cost few cents. Druggists also
sell bottles of 24 and 100. Asp-
irn is the trade mark of Bayer
Minu factum of Monoaeeticacld
ester ut Salicyllcaeid.
No Hunting Notice.
You are hereby notified to not
bunt or trespass on the follow
ipK farms:
M. H Barlow.
Names added to this list at
25 cents for the seasou. .-,
A TEXAS WONDER,
For kidney and bladder troubles
travel, weak and tame back, rbeuma
tUm and Irregularities ot the kid
neyi and bladder. Sold by your
druglgst; by malt, 91.26. Small
bottle often cures. Send for sworn
testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, I6
Olive St. St. Louis, Mo. Hold by
drutiiU. Advertisement.
If your bowels do not act re
gularly, yon feel uricora foitable,
and the longer this condition
exixts the worse' you feel. To
put an end to the misery, take
Herbine. It purities the bowels,
restotes energy and cheerful
spirits. Price, 60c. Sold by all
Dealers. i.
FLAT ROCK.
There wll bo an all day meet
ing at Flat Rock school house
Thanksgiving, day. The parents
are all invited, there ill be
preaching and short talks uutil
noon tlii.-n a dinner snd after
noon the school will give a pro
gram and singing.
Ezra, Albert and Ray Moody,
Sum Hcjndrick and Geo Bl.nk
Called of Fred Draper Sunday.
Mrs Ace Tai buU"U call-d on
Mrs. W. N Droper Tuesday.
Joe Turner called at the Drue
Turner home Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. R. LetRinger
stayed Saturday night at M.
Letslngei 's.
A Hunsaker has moved to
Mansfield.
POOUY.
Chamberlain's Tablets
Have Done Her a World of
Good
"Chamberlain's Tablets have
done me a world of good,"
writes Mrs. Ella L. Button,
Kirkvilie, N. V.- "I have rec
om in en ded them to a number of
my friends and all who have
used th.in praise them highly."
Wiien troubled with indigestion
or constipation, give them
trial and realize for yours II
what un excellent " medicine it
is.
INSURANCE PAYS
An accid-ut or illness can
overtake' anytime. Like
a bolt from, a serene-sky-it
comes with lightening
speed. There are three
pha.v;s to every one's life;
Their time; Their cxper
iencp; Their id vestment.
Loss of time from accident
or illness undermines their
usefulness.
See us. Let us insure
you. Be protected. Be
secure. Be happy.
Nt rth American Accid
ent I us. Co. of Newark, N.
J.
RAY J. BROWN,
GeneftfAgent.
Guardian's Notice of
Letters,
-Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned was en th llth day
of October, 1922, appointed
guardian of the person and
estate of George W.Breutlinger,
feeble minded and that Letters
of Guardianship were issued to
him by the Probate Court of
Wright County, Missouri, bear
ing date .October llth. 1922 All
persons having claims against
the estate of said George W.
Brentlinger are required to ex
hibit them for allowance before
the Probate Court of said county
within one year from the date of
the publication of this notice, or
they shall be forever barred.
John W. Brentlinger.
Guardian.
ATTEST: Geo. C Murrell.
Judge of the Probate Court.
I Am In A Position To
Get You A
Farm Loan
On Short Notice, At A
Reasonable Rate Of In
terest. ,
R. J. Freeman
Mansfield, MO.
JUULAJULU
"ererrirbrannori
JUUUUUU
msm
Sf U M M
n ARE TOP RTJTI VOVfSI .
Awaken (o The Danger ml Aid The
Weakened Kidney.
Kidney sickness often runs ' you
down to the erge of colapse before
you know the cauae. When you sre
unable to pin your mind to any tank
your hack aches and you cannet do
an ordinary day's work. It is time
to ak yourself this question: "Are
my kldnoys working right?" The
answer may be eBl!y found.
Weak kidnwys slacken their fil
tering work and the uric acid cir
culates with the blood,, in many cas
es attacking brain, nerves, musch.-s,
and vital organs. Don't wait for
srlous trouble hegin using Doan's
Kidney Pills when you feed the first
backache or first notice urinary dis
orders. This remedy has given new
life and fttrength to thousands. Head
the grateful testimony that follows:
Mrs. O. T. Senger, Houston, Mo.,
says: '"I have used Doan's Kidney
Pills on several occasions In the past
and they have always proved a fine
remedy. At times I have suffered
from weak kidneys and my back
ached and would become lame.
There would he a dull, steady ache
through my kidneys. I have always
been greatly troubled with rheu
matic pains. I knew the trouble was
caused by .weak kidneys. Doan's
Kidney Pills have always cured me
of these attacks." 60c at all deal
ers. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs.
Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. No. 69
Trustee's Sale
Whereas, Elijah W. Stroop and
Bertha A. Stroop, husband and
wife, b.v a certain deed of trust,
dated September 3rd. 1921. and
recorded in book 42, nt page 00u
in the t-ffice of recorder of deeds
of Wright County, Missouri,
conveyed to the uudersigned
trustee the following real estate,'
situated in Wright County, Mis
souri, town:
The South west quarter of the
SouTli east quarter and the
North half of the Southeast
quarter of the South east quar
ter of Section Twenty Pour (24),
in Township Twenty Eight (28)
of Range Sixteen (16), in trust
to secure a certain note therein
described.
And, whereas, it is 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 optiou of
the legal holder of said note,
become at once due and payable,
and default having been made
in the payment of the interest
on said note when the same be
came due and 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 in me vested by said
deed of trust, I will on Tuesday,
November 14ih. 1922, at the
front door of the court house at
Hartville, Wright County, Mis
souri, between the hours 'of 9
o'clock a. ra and 5 o'clock p. m.
of said day, sell said real estate
at public venue to the highest
bidder for oisb in hand to satis
fy the said note and the interest
thereon, Hnd the lawful costs
and expenses of executing this
trust, including a reasonable
attorney's fees.
G. C. Freeman, Trustee.
NOTICE OF FINAt, 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
make a Anal 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 Second
Monday of Novumbertberm 1922.
N.J. Craig
Administrator -Executor
This 2 dav of October 1922
How Not To Take Cold.
Some persons are subject to
frequent colds, while others
seldom, if ever, have a cold
You will find that the latter take
good care of themselves. They
take a shower or cold sponge
bath every day in a warm room,
avoid over heated rooms, sleep
with a window open or partly
open, avoid excesses, over eat
ing, becoming over heated and
then chlilt4 and getting the feet
wet. Then, when they feel the
first indication of a cold, they
take Chamberlain's Cough Re,
inedy without delay and it Is
soou over.
In the Kitchen Use .
The Economy BRKWJG POWDER
-A Big Time and Money Saver
When you bake
with Calumet you
know there will be
no loss or failures.
That's why it is far
less expensive than
some other brands
selling for less.
The sale of Calumet ia
over 150 greater
than that of any other
brand. -
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BEST BY TEST
Don't be led Into taking Quantity for Quality
Calumet has proven to be best by test in millions of
homes every bake-day. Largest selling brand in the
world. Contains only such ingredients a3 have been
officially approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities;
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RACINE
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A CORD TIRE OF
EXTRA-TESTED
QUALITY
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Trusty Tread
A FABRIC TIRE ONLY
IN 303o30s3
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I0ENTHT THEM - 0T THIS NAME D?J EVERY TIRE
RACINE RUBBER COMPANY
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Tf'e sell R.aeine tires and recommend them to you
O H GARAGE
Mansfield, Mo.
Farmers cV Merchants Bant
Capital Stock $20,000.00
J. D. Reynolds, President P. W. Newton. Vice-President
N. J. Craig, Cashier J. E. Craig, Assistant Cashier
J. D. Reynolds, P. W. Newlon. N. J. Craig. J.E. Craig an
M. h.. Uorman, Directors
Personal integrity of its officers and efficiency of the laws go
fining its transactions are the best evideuee i.f security tin '.
iny bunk can offer its patrons. Upon' this basis, we invito cc.
1 I UU aim 0'UV1U a.vui UUiiiui
Rubber Goods
For Winter Wear
We have received a nice line of men
and . women . foot wear in rubber
goods, the Goodrich brand which will
protect your feet from the cold mud
and water. See these' goods before
buying your shoes elsewhere. See our
newjdean line of groceries,and compare
prices and quality before ; buying.
II. M. NOUCROSS STOIU:
BANK OF MANSF IBLD
Established 18920''.'
. raid currency on au our unecus uuring jub ranicu? wi
Capital $60,000.00
THESES ftfA02
-BY THESE NAMES
RACINE
Country Road
A FABRIC TlflE
GIVING SUPERIOR
SERVICE
is
t
It
Is
Surplus" $20,000.01

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