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I will sell t publif auction at my lrm known m Met Itodnoti - farm S miles south west of Han l;2 12 mile east ot Pea Ridge.school house; on Seymour and Hartvilte road, on Friday, November 10, 1922 commencing al 10 o'clock a. m. Two good bay horses 4 year old. 1 mare mule colt, 1 Jersey cow 5 years old giving milk, red cow 3 years old, 1 Jersey heifer be fresh in spring.2 ewes, 1 white sow weight about 200 pounds. 3 sboats weight about ., 85 pounds, wagon, turning plow. doable shovel, lay off plow, set of good leather wagon harness, 90 : bushels of good corn, about 112 ton of good cane hay, about ton of timothy hay, 65 bales of Mod vrhnt straw, about 8 bu. - Irish potatoes. 12 bu. good ap pie. 40 gallons canned fruit, hatiug stove, nearly new; IttlcLv en range, nearly new, Primrose aeoarator. iron bedstead and mattress, 2 wooden bedsteads, set of bed iprings, dresser, sew "ing machine, 12 gague Shotgun, S dining tables, naff, cabinet; t chairs, usual amouui of dishes, kitchen utensils and many oilier thimrs. TERMS: All lurua of fl and cider eisb; oa til sums over fit, g tuuutbi tint will be gieu on bankable note bearing ( par caul interval ft-ou data. No roods to be removed until termt bava been complied with. Isaac Martin, Owner Cot. Roy R. IV Mils Audio Nonwre Rheumatism pvmyourjace.motherl S. S. S. I tba Great BaMer af tUi-UlMd-CeU aad tTfi umaliaaai Miut Col Just Try IU T.K'tirailUni? Ur? No. united, it't all tou. mrr tilt of it! It', auuaaiM aud juj fur ut now for the tint time in year. I xl ualtrlul elorj agaifr la the tree notion I ued to have wben my dan wen Tinnier. I l.Kk at my haada and ibluk of tbe twin and awUlnra thej vied to hart. 1 Ik-uJ wht over to tbe flx.r. I li.iTfn't been able to do that la many ynn. 1 can tbauk 8. f. 8. for It all: To ui it waa a riainr aun of Joy and lltH-rtr. Brwibrra and sigt-ra In niiary, do ni t rlow j-.nr - and think that kaaltb. frw motion aud atrvorth arefone from jou fi.rrrr! It i not ao. It i tart and n,w tut nil of ion. ft. H. 8. la wait, lnr to Mp you." There la a mtaon why K. S. R trill bcip yon. Wbto you incrraae the aambrr of roar Kd-blfwd rIla. tbe entire tjbteu ouurgM4 a trtmendoaa change. Krtrytlilus depend on blood atreti;tk. Bkuti vhih ia niiuua anffMmt rl-4J tod to a lop; liat of trouble. Kbennutiui la one of them. 8. 8. H. la the rn""t biood-rlner, blood-bailder, ayalEi &! no-jtacner. at rre lnrfcorator. It etopa akin eruption, too, pimple, black head, arje, txiila. enema. It bniida ap raa doira, tlnd nn and women, beaatl fire romidrxiuna. mak8 the flmh firmer. Mart ti. S. H. t niav. Ir ia a-ild at all dnic cton in two alwa. TV larger size bottle la tbe iu.r j tuoOil.-uL SC C! you ftt t99 Ite yourieq ago Jericho and Elsewhere The cobble stone store build ing at Jericho has been comple ted. A fire of unknown origin des troyed the barn of G. W. I pock last Friday night, a span of mules some horses, several fat bogs, harness, saddles and quite a lot of feed was lost also. There was no insurance. . - Misses grace Standifer and Trellis Taylor visited with Anna and Rosa Itorder Sunday. Quite a number from this vie Initv attended the school fair at Hartville last week. The New Grove whool won fourteen prizes Much enthusiasm was shown. Misses HKzel Murrell and Edith Davis of Seymour visited Miss Alta King Sunday. Fred Iuock came home from Marshfield Saturday morning. Misses Ruby Deckard and Sadie Murrel took dinner with Mrs. J. B McClure Sunday. There was a large crowd in attendance at B. Y. P. V. Sun day niget. Every one come. Joe. CASTOR IA Ft Infanta aad Chlldrea . la Um ForOvr30Yir Ahrayabaara ' Order of ' Puhlication. In the Circuit Court, Wright, County Missouri ' To the December Wrm thereof. 1922. William A Glenn , PUinUff, vs. James I. Heater, James C. Lawrence if living and it dead, the-unknown heirs, consort devisees, donee, alienees, and immediate mesne, remote, voluntary and involuntary grant ees of James C. Lawrence dece ased." A J, Humphrey, if living and if dead, the unknown heirs, con sort devisees, donees, alienees. and immediate, mesne, remote voluntary and involuntary grant ees of A. J. Humphrey deceased, defendants, The state of Missouri, to all the above named defendants. Greetings; . You are hereby notified that the above named plaintiff has this dav filed with the und.'r- signed Clerk of theCircoit Court of Wright County Missouri, in vacation, his petition,- duly verified by affidavit, wherein -taid plaintiff alleges.that defend ! ants James C. Lawrence and A. : J. Humphrey, are .either living and are non residents of the State ot Missouri so that the ordinary process of lay can not be served upon them in this State or that the said James C. Liwrtnce and A. J. Humphrey are dead, and verily, believes that one or the other are true but is ignorant whether it be the one or the other, plaintiff al leges, thai if said above named defendents are dead that there ire persons interested in the subject matter of this petition and the land hereiuafter descri oed as heirs, consort, devisees, Jonees, alienees, or immediate, inense, remote, voluntary or in voluntary grantees of the said James C. Lawrence and A. J. Humphreys deceased, but that plaintiffcan not insert the names 'if said defendants herein be cause same are unknown to him; plaintiff states that his petition contains as full and correct and completes resital anddescription of the claim of said defendants and how such claims are derived s same.are known to plaintiff. Ilia therefore ordered by the undersigned clerk iu vacation that the said defendants be no tified that an action has been commenced against them in the Circuit Court of Wright County, Missouri, the general nature and purpose of which is to divest the title out of said defendants and to declare that the plantiff has the title to the following describ ed tractor land located in Wri ght County, Missouri, to wit. The Northeast quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section twentyfour (24), Townsnip wenty nine. (2 9) of Range Sixteen (16), under the provisions of Section 1311 of Chapter 12 of the Revised Stat utes of the State of Missouri for tbe year, 1919; which said action is returnable to and triable on the first day of the regular term of this court, to be holden at the court house in tbe Town of Hartville, County of Wright and State of Missouri on the 4th day of December, 1922, at which lime aud place said defendants are required and commanded to be and appear and to plead ans wer or demur to plaintiffs said petition; otherwjsetheallegations i-otained in said petition will be taken and considered as confess ed and judgment rendered accor ding to the prayer thereof, divesting the title to said land out of said defendants and de daring that the plantiff is the owoer in fee simple of same. The Mansfield Mirror publish ed in Mansfield Wright County Missouri, being designated by the plaintiff and his attorney of record as the newspaper most likely to give notice to the de fendents of the pendancy of this action. It ts further ordered that a copy of this order be published in said'Mansfield Mirror once week for and during four weeks successively, the last insertion1 of said order In said paper to bn at least thirty days before the first day of the next regular term of this court. A true copy from the record. This 12th day of October 1922. Jack Bane, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Wright County Missouri. Hon. Ralph W. Day for Stat Senator in 22nd. District The experience ot Ralph W. Day in the Legislature of 1921 as the Representative of Texas County, his work and the re suits obtained from it in behalf of this county and this Ozark territory make him. the logical man to represent our interests as Senator from this District, comprising Texas, Wright, How ell, Shannon and Oregon Count ies. . Mr. Day's home is at Summer ville. in Texas County, where he was born and raised and where he ia iterested with his father in farming and stock raising. Part of his time be attended his office there to practice dentistry. Mr. Day made himself very active in the last legislature in behalf of bills which have to do with farm life and iu improve ment, and especially in the mat tern of road locating and build ing in the Ozark country, for which both Democrats and Republicans have solicited him to run on bis ticket for State Senator. He had no opposition in securing the nomination. His work as member of the HouseCommitt.ee on roads and Peacock Lane bill supported by Mr. Cunningham, nominee on the Democratic ticket should insure the return of Mr. Day to the Legislature. The State Road Law as finally adopted contain amendments in troduced and sponsored by Mr. Day which strengthen the law, and which insure that no funds may be diverted fiomanycouuty so that il will receive less thane $6000 00 for each mile of state roads as designated in the pre sent law. This law designates for Howell county 83 miles, for Texas county 12 miles, for Shannon county 70 miles, for Wright county 70 miles and for Oregon county 70 miles The designation, nodouSt, in some of these counties might have been increased by proper co operation on tli part of the state senator from this District, but his work and vote was with the interest of Kansas City, St. Louis and other large cities-in behalf of concrete lanes connecting them, regardless ot any other interest. Also it is thought Mr. Day's efforts with the commission that the Springfield-Memphis, the Soringtield Cape Girardeau and C.bool Holla roads through this territory have been recommend ed by them as a federal Prim ary Road. Voters of Wright county, especially, should stand behind Ralph Day by reason of his work in securing the recommendation for Federal Primary Road, through county and his likely hood of securing more mileagt to designated roads of this coun ty and his personal interests in securing aid for our state instit utions located in this county, he working in harmony with the present State Administration. Voters should also keep in mind that representatives and senators who are in sympathy with the roads commission arid the state administration can be expected to get better results for their constituei.ee than can persons who are not working along lines of the present admin 1st ration, However, Mr, Cun ningbam, if playing politics and trying to retard Mr. Hyde's program, should not have lost sight of the interest of his terri tory in a matter so vital to Ozark development as this road bill. The cities will still be inter ested in defeating the purpose of the present law'. Shall we trust again the on3 who works with them and against us. Look it up in the Senator Journal, Mr. Day's experience and clote touch with ttie needs of farmers of Missouri gave ad ded test to his work in behalf of the bills sponsored by the, Farm Clubs of Missouri and other or ganizations of farmers. Men who are leaders and officers of Farm Clubs in Texas aud Shan non counties have given their personal support and endorse ment toMr.Day his work to pass such bills as permit Farm Clubs to become full members of grain and Live Stock exchanges with all benefits; Anti Discrimination bill; by which packing trusts are not permitted to use different prices in different communities in order to freeze ou the Farmer's Exchmge and Live Stock Shipping Associations Also a law requiring persons or firms advertising in produce business to file verified fiuiuiciul statements with the set rotary f state, preventing fanners mid associations from being fleeced by unreliable solicitations of produce. Introduced: Th Anti cattle Stealing Bill which become a law, Mr. Day was in full sym pathy with the efforts of the Republican Legislatue to live up to its platform pledges ot ec onomy InGoverninent, mid grtmt er efficiency and saving in the administration of state affairs. He worked in behalf of the Bud gett Bill, the Consolidation Lays, for state administrations: the Workmen's Compensation Law, and the Educational bills which were promised by his party, but which do not no v duly bene fit the taxpayers of the stuts be causes few Demociatic office holders obtained a W'o i eferei.il um petition,-and put them on our Constitution:: 1 ballot at his election. The saving made by these bills in preventing ovorlapping duties of difforeiit departments, and by installing better business in. t hods of administration would have been at leant $2,O00,0iiO.o0 per year to the taxpay ers.. r. i ...... . ... . wilier outs id which lie gave especial attention were the Public Welfare bills, and Child ren's Code bills which are calcu laied to benefit the children in factory towns by keeping them from working at too early an age in factory occupations where health is undermined and de velopiuent and educational train ing stopped, and to provide better conditions for the unfor tunate of the state who must b cared for by public or private benevolences. The imuii'rat ion bill which fosters special benefit in advertiMng the rcsonr ees and advantages of the ft ate, and which was particularly cal culated to induce iminigrat ion and development of this sec tion was supported by him. Ail classes and parties alike sliouli be interested in any movement that will bring new workers, with energy and funds to de velop this region. The survey s of natural resources, aud ot water power now being made are along this line, aud will make available to investors the data ou which to base careful invest ment. . The electric power un developed in the Ozurks would run thousands of factories and make sale for our iarmlroducts and employment for our labor. fhrse surveys are uow being made in ten or twelve counties ami are directly traceable to the enorts or Mr. Day aud three i other Ozark representatives. Mr. Day deserves much credit for his work in getting more school money for the O.irk Counties, and paying our good teachers the money they deserve so that they are not going to Oklahoma, Iowa, and Kansas Larger amount as Special State Aid are now available to weak districts, and more liberal terms than ever before, both for Com mon schools, and for consolidat ed rural high schools. Former levies for state purposes wen- reduced from inc. to 8c on the $100.00 valuation, so that Wright county received back from state forlhe purprse of her public schools, $37,062.10 in 1921, again $23,230.51 in 1920, and Iter total state tax was only $10,098 46 an increase of stale aid $13,831. over 1920. Mr. Day will expect to contin ue his efforts, and be in a bet ter position as senator to' be of benefit to this territory than as a representative. ' His efforts both in his own office and before the State Highway Board will be always for more miles and bet ter roads that we may be more directly connected from farm to market. He believes that all counties should use the some textbooks in the schools and that they could be printed by the state at a great saving and furnished at cost, unless text publishing companies , will make great reduction in -prices. Novels are bought for a dime that contain more printing nnd areas well bound as books cost ing a dollar or two when parents must keep a child in school. lie will watch agiinet bills hurting the farm inteiests, and work in behalf of those needed to itn prove counties of farms and their children. He believe, in law enforce ment, and would not permit lax effo'rls against tiio use and sale of intoxicants. Mr. Day has served in the Legislature in ono regular ses sion, and the two extra sessions of 1921, and this experience and his record is greatly in his favor. Good Heaith. If you would enjoy good health, keep your" bowels regular. No one can reasonably hope to feel well, when constipated. When needed, take Chamberlain's Tablets. They are mild and gentle. I't llbltl S.tl.K I will sell ut public itucbioi at my farm il miles south of Nor wood on .what is known as the Walter Ionian farm, on, Wed., Nov. 15, 1922. Commencing at 10:00 a. in. The Following Described' Prop rltv; o,lt team mule.; 7 nnd-8 years old; IS three year old cows, 1 H year old milch cow, 1 heifer calf, H hogs, l.'ill chickens mostly Loghorns, ab:nt 5 ton alfalla and timothy hay, about 'M bu corn, 70 shocks fodder, wagon, harness, Middle, I iws, 1" corn drill, household jui,.., I sepai1 ator, 5 iron beds, springs, kitchen cabinet and kitchen furniture, aitottt IrO jars fruit and other tilings too numei'ou to mention Terms All stuns of $10 ami under, cash; on all stuns over $10, !) months time will be giv en on bankable note hearing 8 per cent interest from date. No goods to he removed until the terms of sale are complied willi. A. R. Wyrick, Owner. CVl. J. It. Mrliitouli, Auctioneer. . J. M. ityuii, Clvik I will re in Mansfield from the 1st to 10th of Nov. with a full line of new samples of II the 'atest materials. Wait and see the line before bu. ing your mid winter dresses and Christmas things. Mrs. 1) U. S Lvtle, Seymour, Mo. CLEANING- PRESSING Day and Night Service Collect and Deliver Call Phone No. 30 Let us order your suits. Rest line in town. CLARENCE SMALLEY Blue Goost Barber Shop Calomel Users Take Awful Risk Very Next Dcseof Treacherous Drug may StartTerrible Salivation The next dose of calomel you take may salivate you. It may shock your liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel is dangerous It is mecury. quicksilver. It crashes into sour bile like dyna mite, r ram ningandsickeningyou Calomel attacks the bones and should never be put into your i system. 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