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v ft I- 6 y - MANSFIELD, WRIGHT COUNTY, MISSOURI. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER ,9 19, NUMBER Tersely Told Towa Tales Notice lo tsx payers. . Notice. - hll - ' , 13 . whs in Sijy IVEAVER'S THE SHOE STORE AHEAD PHONE AND MAIL ORDERS Use -the telephone or write us and the choice of Weaver's complete stor If of shoes or hosiery will be yours by return mail. Our many years of shoe experience is at your dis posal and thousands of satisnVd customers will testify to tin- wisdom of your choice of shoes. We are represnntatives for such standard lines as: FOR MEN FOR WOMEN Rtae.y Adams Florshe.iu J.P.Smith N B. Thayer Arnold Shoe Ci.' .1. T. Cousins Johnson-Stevens & Sbinkle Red Cross Monihan Shoe Co. Riley Shoe Co Weaver Shoe Company Wants An OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE YOU. A. W. WEAVER SHOE CO. East Side Square Holland Bldg. Springfield, Missouri Big Removal Sale We wish to announce that the building we now occupy has been sold, and we will move our business about 15th of Nov. to the building just east of our store, formerly occupied by the O. T. Cafe. In order to reduce our stock to sa ve having'to move it, we will give discounts on a part of our merchandise. Special line mens shoe on which we will give discounts, also a nice large lamp assort ment. We also state that we are very thank ful for the former patronage of the people, while being in . the place we now' occupy, and we will try to show our appreciation of your continued patronage by giving your money's worth in merchandise when we get in our new home. As we shall endeavor to take care of of the interests of all that shall come iutoour place of business. Thanking you in advance for your future business, we reniHin, Respectfully yours, TI M. NORCROSS STORE RILEY THE DENTIST Located In Mansfield Over Twelve Years OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Phones: Office, 17; Residence 18. ' "S Si White Teeth" "True Bite Teeth" if you want them. Prices are right, work la guaranteed. It will pay yiiu these days to investigate before having your , work done.' ' Ray. J. Brown mour Thursday. Hart this Mrs. M. E. West was in ville Saturday. O. L. each is at lioino week. ' y Prank Beach is in Munsiicld this week. Carters Garage has sow used cars for sale at bargains. Joe H. Dennis and Hugh Will iauis were in Harlville last Salu- jday.' W. H. Cottontfim. Judge elect, of the south district of Wright county was in Mansfield yester day. . Notice to tsx payers. I now have an official list of the tax books for Plejmirt Val ley township, anil wilQie ft'ad to received your payment of tuxes, and will jjlve you your re ceipt. Hoy & Sk' plietn. Mansfield, Mo. The Election The (ieneral :'. Election last Tuesd.iy was a vicUiry for the Democratic party ov-r tht entire United S'ates. . Almost every- ! where - Iiepubii(?ans -'were de ifeitcd, or were (jlc.cted by "a de-L-reaseil lU'.jority. . . ' ! With th'i hol'iovurs the Re ; publicans will retain control of l.tlw U. S. Senate, but the' House FOR SALE: -"No Hunlin i wjU be about an eiiiaLwith per SiKUs"f,"od heavy board, large : la1H a evv majority for the Ke type, a nickel apeice.' Mirror ; JU(,licans. New York elected a Office.. . .! Dcmoc rat Governor, as did also Mwh Mj'rtle Campbell of lv. I Kansas, and some other Kepnb' C. is visitiiiK this week wiib jliean s ates. Al Smith, Demo her parents. Mr. and Mrs. (i. W, Campbell. " .For -biliousness and that bad taste in the nioutli take a Divan's Liver Pill at niuhl it will do the work. Fuson Druir Co aJv. C. C (Jar ton visited in Mans Held last Saturday atnl Sunday. i Mr. Girton is one of the Aurora ti. S. teachers. He went und returned with out any stops, his car was equip ed with Fislr Red Tops.. The quality tires. W H. Hitchcock. Dealer. A protracted meeting will he cin at the l. church next 'Sunday nilit, Nov. 12. All are l invited to come and assist in these services. The election is over. Now lets! of th,j prxhibitiou enforcement get down to business and see. if j ar, w;.s defeated.' Maytield the we cant do something . to boost Ku Kim Klan can-lidate for business and make a bigger j Governor of Texas won by 400, better Mansfield. hiQi). John Pryor, Jr., who is with InM ssouri James A. Reed n, ,M.i,ii,ifi,m tnf.., vMitu.nt' was ret urned to the Senate by :t; i department of the U. S Govern-Ubout 0,00() majority, and the fcUient, visited home folks in! entire "Ueraocratic ticket has ptl Mantiel.l the first of the weelt. j been elected in the tate includ . jiug superintendent of schools 5J! Mr and Mrs. Ray J Itiown atjd tlll jU(jiciar.v. It is likely gjwere entertained to ti o'clock .a e xviis ,.sa straight vol W. dinner at the home of Dr. ar.d jllk, ia Mission this election Wednes j ttjan evt!1. uutore in the history iof the state. r r ru.,- ;Q' Uubey has been fleeted to -" j ----- - - c.rat, and an ex service man, re c ived it big majority for Gover nor ir New York. President Hariiini carried the state 2 years ago by over - a million voters Jonathan Davis, Demo crat, who made the: race for Govern-H' of Kansas on a plat- I form ol being a "dirt farmer", land ap.ainst Governor Allen's (industrial Court Law, was elect ed ' by about 12,000 uiaj nity. Alter lie had closed? his. cam jpaifin, be went home- anrl was 'out in the lield gfitfieriiig his i corn, w hen his friends came to ' liim to notify him of his election. 'Smith and Davis were also btli I considered "wet" candidates, j It semns that a lot of tltu 'dry' candidates have been defeated. Mr. Volstead of NowYork author I. -I have the official tax list or Pleasant Vail, y township, t'a'l and pay your taxes when conv enient. Should be paid before Jan. 1st to avoid a penalty. W. B. Hitchcock. Reynolds. & Campbell Store. School Notes Grn R'ppee is back in school again, he has been absent for about two weeks. The Mmsfield peop'e were very pleasantly entortaim d last Friday evening at the Nugget Theater, with a play given by the Senior class of the llartville High School, "All a Mistake",' and was well rendered. After the play the Haruville class eu terttiaed the Mausrield clas j with a didner at the O. T. Cafe." a very pleasant evening was) enj i.ved by both classes. . j .The Junior and Senior English: classes have been writing poems although there are no Shakes pears or Miltons in the classes some writt very g'jod poems were; n. H Mrs. L G. McGninis 5 day evening. ! to give satis- action. We want satis fied customers. Eagle Roller Mills. A 6:00-dinner was served at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. G. C. Freeman Friday niiiht in honor I of G. C. Freeman's birthday, thosepresent were: Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Coday, Mrs. McUor- tuick of Chicago, Mr. aud Mrs. G. ii. Freeman and sou Junior,! Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Clark. M.! and Mrs.M A Freeman, Messrs Carl Mays aud Wallie Schang. j C. E. Program Leader, Fay Yates, Subject, Church membership. Song and prayer. The meaning of church memb ership, Matt 10:112, 83.'.. Leaders talk, Fay Yates. C. E. church members, Myrtle Williams. What experience shows by being a church mcuioer, Jess ie Hoover. Reading, Alice Carnell. Church membership as a test cm character, Eulis Cantrcll. Song, Ilene Newton. Congress from this district, and iCuntiir-ghiiiu has been elected to : the slate Senate. In the county, local conditions affected the elei tion muterbby innil a Dart of the Democrat I tx'ket was elected. A. C. lio.v i being t-uccessful in the race for Reureisentative; Rufus Cruise, Democrat, waselected Presiding (Judge of the county court, and iw. H. Cotleneim was elected Judge from the south district; J M. llutsell, Republican was el Pir,pil Judwe from the north j District S. A. Carter, Republi leiiii. was re elected county clerk land Geo'C. Murrell,' Republican pin-ted Probate Judge. The other candidates, in the county on .the Republican ticket were nut. nnnosecJ. 'They are Elbert L Uayborn, Pros. Atty., M. C Coday, circuit clerk and Arthur Williams, Recorder of Deeds. The grade cards will be given out this week, we hope some of the students will fel repaid for the good work they have been loing, and that others will feel isbauied .of their low grades, i and will do better work next! month. The Agriculture classis study ig the character, structure and different kinds of soil, aud mak ing some men t.s. interesting expert j' th and "th grades. Irene Craig was absent from school Tuesday and Wednesday. The grades have their new seats which we are proud of. The first quarter examination 1 . I .1 A I. . was given ust ween ana me grade cards .were issued Mon day. The eight grade is stuying "PI.. nl,M.lmo fin mil" nnrt the seventh grade The Court ship of Miles Standisu" for this! quarter. It is needless to say how very gla'd wo are to have the nt.w seats in our room this week. Roth grades are making Novj ember calendars and turkeys, this week. ! ! We are stuying about the: Pilgrims and will represent the ; tirst Thanksgiving on the sand tableau a few ilavs. ' j John linker and Elvin Urazeal are out of school this week. Ift.be bowels do not act re gularly, assist them with an occasional dose of Herbine. It is a linebo.vel tonic aud laxative. Price t)0c. Sold by ail Dealers. Mrs M J Hart visited last week in Seymour with her dau ghter and family, Mr. nud Mrs. Leslie Rice. Coming Back Again Dr. W. H. Johnson O. D. EYE-SIGHT SPECIALIST Manslield, Dec. 4th, Dr Riley's Offlce, 9a in. to'4:80p in Hurtville, Dec. 6th, Archer's Hotel ' Eyes Examined, Glasses Furnished, Lenses Changed.' CONSULTATION FREE. Red Star and M. F. A. Flour at the Mansfield Farmers Exchange. Wdl consider renting my farm for cash, IX miles east of Mans field. E A. Starck. Send your Kodak work to the Leatherman Studio for best re sults.' ' -' Miss Deulah Odel of Bryant died last Saturday of flu and pneumonia, and the remains were laid to rest in the Wallace graveyard Sunday. She" was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, James Odel. Wright Douglas county medic al association had a meeting in Mansfield last Thursday. The afternoon was spent mainly in listening to an address by Dr. Julian Fisher of K. C. Officers for the ensuing year were elect ed at this meeting as follows: Dr. R. M Rogers, President; A. C. Ames, Secretary. The next meeting wjll be held in Mm Grove. " CITY MEAT MARKET Mutton Pork Beef Viiy Meat market and tiro. CANTRELL & SKELTON D. S.Cantrcll E. O. Skeltou O. T. CAFE Special Sunday 6 o'clock dinner 50 cents Every Sunday CHICKEN SCUP . P1CK.ELS CE.LLERY CHICKEN OR TURKEY MASHED POTATOES CORNE POTATO SALAD COCONUT PIE COCO OR COFFEE i 1 : gasarasL. I ISA Bread Is Your Best Food Eat More Of It Hilsabeck's Bakery DENTIST I have opened my office for the . practice of dentistry in the Cor- i man building over the Post-office at Mansfield. Mo. Hours 8 to 5. Appointment by telephone. L. G. McGINNIS, D. D. S. Agents Wanted. Hand with car preferred. Big mot ey making proposition. Sell Milburn Puncture E'roof Tubes Write or wire for territory righto. Uaxter & Richardson Company Kirksville, Mo. B. Y. P. U. " Nov. l-J, 1022. Bible study meeting. Bible quiz, Mrs. Gilleland. Prayer, Bro. Matthews. Leader. Mary Smith. Scripture Reading, Nora Will iams. Introduction, Leader. Quieting their troubled spirits Nellie Tool. V Before the second coining, George Kel ley. Nellie Kaby. ,( Josie SeaK Is the world growiug better or worse? Earl Cole: The man of sin restmiued, Merle Cole. . Ruth Coday. 1 Walter Williams. ' Emma Raby. Why' men are deluded and lost, Mrs, Coday., Those who are saved, Lto Dean. Special music, Tnabell Turner Minnie Dean. Senteuce Prayer, Lead by Bro. Brown and closed by Clyde Turner. Which Soap? AB soap will cleanse, Vut they will not destroy disease germs. Germicidal Soap not only removes greaa I and dirt from the ' bauds, but k destroys duc3e gernia , and perspiration oJors. jj Germicidal Soap !s three , thinjs in one: a cl-aoser, . ant ' ; GermScih1Soail9 a cco! zeuwb oaa far toiltt and bath purposes. It frett th skin from perspiration odors, from the terras of Kitedon, " as well as the tiny paratkea that cause skiu eruptions. . Get acakaol Gnnwidul Soap today. Price 2S csnu. Fuson Drug Co. . W. M. DIVAN Relieves skin affect iot'c and itching sensations.