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Special "SON OF WALLINGFORD," Star, "George Randolph Chester,"
night, Nov. 17th. You should not miss a special program when we can ihow it for the regular price of Admission 15c and 25c. MANSFIELD, WRIGHT COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 1922 NUMBER 40 V V Town J Tales Skelton visited with ; Sunday. dud dry wood for sale. Glenn Jraig, Mansfield, Mo. If the bowels do not . act re gularly, assist them with an occasional dose of Heroine. It is a fine bowel tonic and laxative Price 60c. Sold by all Dealers. Look! Listen! Come! ; Old time prices restored on second hand furniture and stoves. Just arrived, 300 pairs of Womens and childrens shoes, rubbers and overshoes, a lot of mens and boys suspenders , from 5c to 25c per pair; also childrens underwear at 25cents per suit, boys caps, womens coats and suits. Come and look whether you buy or not. In the old W. T. Norcross store 2nd door south of Christian church. T. H. IVY, Prop. Owing to the death of G. W. Campbell, all parties indebted to Reynolds & Camp bell, will please? call and settle at once without further not ice. J. D. REYNOLDS. - ... Mrs. E B Henslev of Neosho is visiting i" Mansfield Chester Snyder I -ft Sunday evening for Altoona, Ind., wheie ht) has employment ' Rev. Fred Hughes of Spring field is conducting a revival meet ing at the C. P. church. Misses Viola and Mvrtle Campbell returned to their home in Kansas City Monday. Wm. Campbell of Springhill Kansas has been visiting Mr. and'Mrs. J. D. Reynolds. John Ciinpbell of. Springfield visited the home of Mr. .and Mrs. J. D. Reynolds this week. FOR SALE: -"No Hunting Signs" good heavy board, large type, a nickel aueice. Mirror Office. Mrs Edward Balnley and Miss Ruth Balsley aud two' sons Ralph and Hubert visited at the home of J. J. Raby and family Saturday. For biliousness and that bad taste in the mouth take a Divan's Liver Pill at night it will do the worts. Fuson Drug Co adv. He went and returned with out any stops, Irs car was equip ed with Fisif Red Tops The ' quality tires. j W B. Hitchcock, Dealer. 6 MONEY, Under Bankers Reserve System 6 luaus my be secured on city or farm prop erty, to buy, build, or pay in Idebteduess. Bankers Reserve Deposit Company, 1648 Califor nia Street, Denver, Colorado. An earthquake occured in j Chile last Saturday which sub merged thousands of acres cf land' beneath the waters of the sea, caused millions in loss of property and rendered thou saftds..hqmeies ,';, 1 000 per son a are reported to have lost their lives. ATTENTION! I have moved from the building that I have been occupying in my merchandising to the nest building joining it which is the first door east of the store I have moved from. We are now open and ready for business. We heartily thank the public for their past trade,, and I now solicit your future patronage in our new place of business. We are now ready to render s;rvice that is necessaay for the interest and convenience of our cust omers. - We also are glad to deliver goods to any part in the town. Anyone wishing our service call phone No. 70, which will be gladly answered. -"v I wish to say to my f armerand country friends that 1 have heartily enjoyed your past tatronage, and I hope that I may have at east good share of your trade. As 1 realize the necessities of the farmers in general, and 1 shall take interest in rendering you due serv ice. - Aji I being raised on a farm and am still in the farminv busiD 'so, and suffered heavy losses in the last three years in the declining ofstock.and of the drowtha and other losses, I feel I am in a position to sympathise .' with the farming conditions. Therefore I shall endea- vor on my part to extend a hearty cooperation to all ' concerned. ' ' Thanking each and every person in advance for their future patronage I remain yours for service, v H. M. NORCROSS STORE With a distinction all its own, extra in tread thickness, in side wall strength, in quality of fab ric and rubber used, iu appear ance and wearing qualities, runs to Fisk reputation. The a A true X n-xt time buy a FlSK RED TUP 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 S White Teeth" "True Bite Teeth" if you waut them. Prices are right, work is guaranteed. ' It will pay you these days to investigate before Laving your work done, TIRE aud be convinced. W. B Hitchcock, Dealer, . A very interesting meeting of the Justamere Club was held at the home of M rs. J. B. Freeman Tuesday afternoon. A splendid program was rendered. Mem be i a who enjoyed this occasion were: Mesdames J. B- Freeman, hostess, M. E. West,' W. B. Gob ble, D R. Snyder, N. J. Craig, J. E Craig, ti. Vf. Freeman, J. A. Fuson, W- A. Blcck, O. B Davis, R. S. Freeman, G W. Miller, C. C. Newton, E. B. Heusley, A. J. Wilder. After meeting refreshments weie ser ved. The uext meeting will be held with Mrs. J. A. Fuson Dec 12 - The Woinans Missionary Union held their regularmouihly meet ing at the country home of Mrs. J. R. Pool, on Thursday even ing, Nov. 9. The "devotional was led by the president, Mrs. Clyde Turner, after which the leader for the afternoon Mrs Geo. Coday took charge. A very in teresting program was. render ed after which a delicous lunch was served to .the following members and guests: Rev. Kelly and wife, Mesdames Homer Tarbutton, Dr. Hamilton, Ezra Dennis, M, Gates, Clyde Turner L B. Latimer, M. A. Patrick, Tom Dean, Lee' Turnet, L. F. Bean, Sam Hensley, Geo. Coday, E. O Skelton, Dr. Rogers,' Phi lip Newton, G. W.' Tripp, Elmer Shinpaugh, R. A. Alcorn, H. A. Has well, Misses Mary Smith, Nellie Toole, Blauch. and Eula Alcorn and the Hostess. - . Notice to tax "payers. I now have an official list of the tax books for Pleasant Val lev township, and will be glad to received .your payment of taxes, and will give you your re ceipt . Roy & Stephens, MansUeid, Mo. Red Star and M. F. A. Flour at the Mansfield Fsrmers Ex change. ; ( We will try and give tabulated statement of eletion in oar mxt issue of the Mirror. ' Mr. A. J. Wilder was'ia Nor wood the latter part of last week Fred Oetting was in Aya Fri dav attending a meeting of the Jersey bull club for Wright and Douglas counties'. Dr. R M.R igers is In Spring field tuJay, attending the South west Medical Association. Dr. Rogers has a very important place ou the program. The sub ject assigned hiu for discussion is "Acute Infections of the En dometrium." Dr. B...E. Latimer of Hartvillc, also has a ; place on the program. .- ; Some of the machinery and supplus for the Hilsabeck Bak ery and candy shop arrived in Mansflild this week. Trie old Back of Mansfield building has been y tested by Mi( ,JJorcioss store, nnd Mr. Hilsabeck, the new owner of the buUding and the big baking equipment for Mansfield, is having the buildiug e modeled and re arranged s.uitable for his business. Mr. Hilsabeck will have; the best bakery between Springfield and Memphis when iu gt j his new machinery all in and fully equip ped. Several contracts for roads in Missouri will be let . December 2nd by the State Highway Dep artment. Iu this project Wright County comes in for nearly i miles grading and 12 foot gravel pHVemeut in a north westeidlv direct on from Maustield. As we understand it, this is the part of he Cedar Gap road from Mans field which is to connect with a project which was let by the state a few weeks ago, running from the Webster couuty line east to Cedar Gap, which is a part of the O. T. Douglas coun ty is also in this project with about 3 miles of road south from Ava.and Ozark has S miles north rom Gainesville. , George W Campbell, a piun eer business man of the Ozarks, s dead at his home here. He was 61 years old and had beeu n business iu this vicinity for thirty years.. Two daughters eside in Kans. City. Mr. Camp bull had suffered for several years of diabetic gangrene of the feet, but he had been bed fast only a short time. While bis death ' was not unexpected, it comes as a great shock to his relatives and many warm friends in and around Mansfield. Obit uary of the f deceased appears elsewhere in this issue of the Mirror. Notice. I have the official tax list for Pleasant Vail, y township . Call and pay your taxes when conv enieut. Should be paid before Jan. 1st to avoid a penalty. W. B. Hitchcock. Reynolds k Campbell Store, Mansfield C. of C. Meeting It was not a large but a very enthusiastic meeting of the Mansfield Chamber of Commer ce in Roy & Stephens real estate office last'Tuesday night. Many important projects for boosting Mansfieldaod surround ing country were discussed Among them were a cheese fac tory and condenser, a poultry experiment station, tne grape and strawberry iuaustry, roads, a tomato cannery, and many other important features.- De finite arrangements will be made for some' of these projects at the next regular meeting night, which is set for next Tuesday night, Nov. 21st, The meeting will be held in ths Nug get Theatre, and don't forget the date. Every Tuesday night. Be sure and be present at these meetings. The farmers, ladies and business men are urged to all be present, show your boost ing spirit for this country and be present, and watch out for that big banquet which the C. of C. will give in a few weeks You will want to be there. You bad better be at the meeting Nov. 21 st, just to see what is going on, if for nothing else. great Special Song Service The C. P church will give a special song service Sunday eveniug'from 7:00 to 7:30 o'clock instead of the regular C. E. prog ram. Notice There can be only one est." The publichas determined, by it laughter and its dollars, Its enthusiasm and its praise, the greatest box-office star before the public today. ' Phenomenal and unpreceden ted runs upon his recent pictur es, ranging from three to nine teen weeks in the largest cities, with doubled and tripled time in.the smaller, with attendance record after attendance record smashed with bewildering fie quency, prove that there is but one greateatstai Harold Lloyd. At the Nugget Theatre Saturday night in HIS ROYAL SLY NESS" alBO a Pathe Feature en tilled "MY HUSBANDS OTH ER WIFE" -Admission 15 and 25cts. Big program dont be late. Commenoiog at 7:45 The Bank of Mansfield Installs Burglar Proof Locks. In view of the fact that the greatest crime wave in history is now sweeping the country. The Bank of Mansfield feels it is their duty to take extra precaut ion to safe guard their patrons who bring money and valuable papers to be placed on their vaults for safe keeping. The Bank of Mansfield has in this case as in all other instances never taken into consideration the expense when it has been necessary to add to the safety of their customers Valuables. He nee today they have had the Dillion Burglar proof locking devices installed on all of their vault doors. This device has saved the Banks of this couutry aud their patrons over two million dollars in money boods, securities and other valuable papers that money cannot buy. The device is automatic and absoutely locks the vault door as soon as the regular locking mec hanism has been destroyed b puuehing, blowing or burniug out with Acetleue gasses. The lock is so arranged that it can be located in an indefinite number of -places on the vault door, so that the burgular cannot determine at what point it is located. A large number of the Leading Missouri Banks are add ing the Dillion lock to their proteotive equipement. Hund reds of banks have been attacked which have beeu equipped with this lock and in every instance the lock operated succtssfuly and held the door, Coming Back Again Dr. W. H. Johnson O. D. EYE-SIGHT SPECIALIST Mansfield, Dec. 4tb, Dr Riley's Office, 9a m. to 4:30p m Hartville, Dec. 6th, Archer's Hotel Eyes Examined, Glasses Furnished, Lenses Changed. CONSULTATION FREE. In Sad and Loving Memory Of Laura Wilson who departed this life to be with Jesus, Nov ember 12, 1921. She was loving and kind to all she met. . She has gone to enter the pearly gates. Gone, to be with us no more, where the savior smiles a welcome, and bid her. enter the open door. We miss her voice so sweet and kind, and the smile she ever wore, tls a comfort to know she is waiting for us upon the golden shore. Sadly missed by papa and mamma. O. T. CAFE Special Sunday 6 o'clock dinner 50 cents Every Sunday PICKELS CHICKEN BROTH CHICKEN PATTIES MASH POTATOES CREAM CELERY MEXICAN SLAW ICE CREAM COFFEE TEA NOTICE We will discontinue giving picture show tickets for Butter Top bread wrappers after this week. We will however give 1 loaf of Butter Top bread free for every 12 wrappers return ed to our bakery. .. .Save, your wrappers they are worth money to you. Hilsabeck's Bakery 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. B. Y. P. U Program Doctrinal Meeting- The church: It's Divine Mission"? Bible quiz - Prayer -Mrs. Skelton. Leader Leo Dean. -Scripture Reading Acts 2 38 47 Hubert Dennis. Introduction Leader. 1 The Church and Public Wor ship Car r Seal. 1 Worship and Work -How Related? Ruth Coday. We need a revival of Worship Pay Stephens. 1 1 Sermon and music in Wor ship Genevieve Skelton. 3rd All church members should attend Sylvia Brown. 4th The Church caring for it's Members H. A. Smith. 5th The Church and the Bible Minnie Dean, 6th The church training its members Frances Kelley. 7th The Church and it's Ordi nances. Bro. Kelley. 8th The Church and the Lost Nellie Raby . Special talk on lesson Nellie Tool. Prayer Mrs. Kelley. .1 Wuch.Soap? All soaps wfl! cleanse, but they will not destroy disease germs. Germicidal Soap not only removes grease and dirt from the hands, but it destroys disease germs and perspiration odors. Germicidal Soap is three things in one: a cleanser, a germicide, and a deodar snt ' .. q GermlcidalSoapIs a good . general soap for toilet and bam purposes. It frees the skin from perspiranon odors, from the germs of infection, as well as the tiny parasites that cause skin eruptions. Get a cake of Germicidal Soap today. Pries 2S csnta, Fuson Drug Co. W. M. DIVAN - Relieves skin affections and itching sensations. t f f " tr ti- '