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nipterl22 Mtion od first uonth welcumt 'CK4IG, High Prisst V. Stephen!, Secrsisry fAY J. BROWN Attorney-At-Law Mansfield, Mo. Lenhart Funeral Home T. F, LENHART FUNERAL DIRECTOR and EMBALMER Lady Assistant Motor Hearse Phone 100 MANSFIELD, MISSOURI Money to Loan N J. PKAIO HAS SOME MONJJY THAT HE DESIRES TO LOAN ON HOOD, IM PROVED FARMS IN EITH ER WRIGHT OR DOUGLAS COUNTIES. N; J. CRAIG PARTIES WANTING Marble or Granite Monuments Can save money by telephoning, or writing Fougen & Rogers City of Mtn.Groi-e Marble Woika Mountain Qrovs, Mo. J. R. BOG ART Dray and Transfer Haul Anything Anywhere Anytime Pile Jtlsht Miller Transfer Moving and Transfering Prompt Service ' ; Right Prices tW Haul Any Thini Any Time Any Place , . Let Us Haul Your Live Slock M. R. Miller AUTO 'truck: Any Thing '' ' Any Time Ava or Any Where : Let me do your transfer work J. H. STEPHENS COL. ROY DENNIS, Auctioneer. : Breeder of Pura-Brsd Duroo Jar SSJ Hog. ' Live Stock and Farm Sales Specialty Sales made everywhere. Satisfaction guaranteed. Make date at- this office Fire & Tornado INSURANCE AETNA CO. Hugh Williams Agent jtlaiisflteld, M , .COL. J. R. Mel NT OS H, AUCTIONEER. Live Stock and Farm Salea Specialt) Silt uade anjwbere. Bills and advartlaameat tree. Male dates at this ofnea. Travelers Inn -' NORWOOD. M1BBOUR1 Newly Furnlabed Throughout , Touc Patron!) Solicited ft Sosclal attention to commercial ' trad. SupperaerVed before arrival of Frisco passenger train No - lot. W, 0. Bein. Prop., OBITUARY Misa Beulati A. daughter of r. and Mrs. James C and lieu O lie of Bryant Missouri died Nov , f 1922. Si.e w? 19 years, 4 luomtis and 20 days of age. Juue 15, 1903, slie was born lu the status Louse from which he went to the house not mad with hands eter nal in the heavens She completed the grades in the home district school, anrl was iu her second year of high school in the Ozrk HolinessAcademy at Mt Zion, while in this pivp. ration for laiger service in life, Oct. 24, she was laken-very ill, influe'ii&i followed by double pneumonia, this baffled the skillot physicaus and over come every ' possible ministry of loving hearts and bands, every po-sible ttfoi t was put forth but death could uol be defeated by all these. On Thurs day afternoon she was gracious iy converted and yielded her all to the L ird Jesus Christ for his keeping and service who deliver ed her from the fear and sting of death and robbed the crave of its victory, the time was short but she used every opportunity to testify of her Lord's saving itrace, and exhoit those about her to accept his salvation, she passed away in me triumph of a living faith. She was a loving obadieut daughter, greatly loved and missed from her home, she was a favorite among her school mates and a large circle of youug friends, all will miss her sadly but sorrow, not as those who have no hope. One son Voine.ll years old is left to Mr. and Mrs Odle. Father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Wallace live in the same home, all have the sympathy of the entire com muuity, Funeral services at Mt' Everett church Sunday evening at 3:00 o'clock by Rev Wilson.of Mt. Zion. Written by a Friend. HOW'S THIS? We oifer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall 'a Catarrh Medicine: . Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the psit thirty-five years.aod has become known as the most reliable remedy for catarrh. Hall's ' Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucuoii surfaces, expelling the- Poison from the Blood and healii.g the diseased portions. . Alter 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 catari h.Sendfortestiuaoniali.free F. J. CHENEY & CO.,. Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75cAdv. , Singing Hollow. Roy GaiiD, wife and sod Gor man spent Sunday with Walter Matlock and family. Mrs Nellie Brown and child ren from Springfield were visit ing Mrs. Ray Fagan last week. Misses Delia Coday and Ruby Bennett and John Oetting visit ed the Fagao school Friday after noon. Ike Bennett and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with his brother Dave Bennett in Douglas Co. Misses Delia, Laley and Myr tie Coday spent Saturday night with Misses Golda, Ruby and Ratti Bennett. Mrs. Rot Gaon and son Gor man spent Friday v.iih home folks. o ' , Mioses Golda Bennett and Delia Coday spent- Thursday night with Mrs. Roy Gain. ' Some-ones Sweet Heart y Obituary. O. W! Campbell wis born Deo 23rd, 1861 at Sweetwater, Rowao Co. Tenn. Died at Mans field Mo. No?., lOtb,' 1922, Ha -. ' " 7 ' vtos a MvrwcreTeprkOnniv - ... - j1 fv -?..- was a sou of Wui, and Dehor! Campbell. Theie were 7b rot hi rs ami 2 sit rs: 1 bnther and a sUter aie dectMned Mr Cmjphell hud been a r-nUfiit tif M -tuitielil ov.-r itO ar; ho ha I a h"9t oiliiemls uliom h al wiys greeted with a suiiK an J every one knew hiui as "Uncle Giore". He is survived by hi wife, 2 daughter.-, Viola aud Myrtle Ciiuph;ll, of Kanai City, 3 son- G.'o. Jr. Campbell, Ira an 1 fi-trry McCt ie, a lister, Mrs J. D. Reynold of Manaheid, and a brother, W. F. Cumph'-ll vt Spi iughill, Kansas were pro seut. Mr. Campbell has bt-en in poor health lor 7. ytar, but made a brave tight and was only confined to bed for 3' weeks, during which time he was so patient and cheerful, and always had a smile for his ft lends when they called to see hi en. During his last illuess a minister called aud asking Inin hope for the future, Mr. Campbell assured him that it was alright It is the testimony of one who knew him for 30 years that Mr. Camp bell never spoke ill of any man but always looked for the best in everybody. Funeral was held Sunday, Nov. 12th at 2:00 p. in. couduct ed by Rev. J. W. PaWson of ihit city. Burial in Mausi eld cemetary. ASPIRIN Say "Bayer" and Insist! Unless you see the name "Ba yer on package or on tablets you are notgettingihe genuine Bayer product prescribed bv physicians over twenty two years and prov ed safe by millions f.-r Colds Headache Toothache Lumbago Earache Rheumatism Neuralgia Pain, Paiu Accept "Bayer Tablets of A'spiru" only. Each unbroken package contains proper direct ions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug gists also sell buttle -3 of 24 and 100. Aspirin is the trade mark of Haver Manufacture of Mon Odceticacidester of Salicylicacid CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our thanlfS aud appreciation for the kind assistance and help of our many friends duriug the illness and death of Ge.i. W. Campbell, who departed this life last Fri day morning. Also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. Maggie Campbell aud chilJreu Viola aud Myrtle Campbell of Kansas City. Mr, aud Mrs. J, D. Reynolds aud children, Will Campbell of Springhill, Kans. ' A TEXAS WONUEIi. For kidney and bladder troubles gravel, weak and lame back, rheuma tism aud Irregularities ut the kid neys aud bladder.- Sold by your drugUjst; by mail. 1.26. Smalt buttle often: cures, i-enj tor sworn testimonial. Dr. . W. Hall. 22b QUve St., at. Louis, Mo. Sold bi Iruglits -Advertisement. No Hunting Notice. You are hereby notified to not hunt or trespass on the follow ing farms: . M. H Barlow. . E. A. Stare k. ; B. F. Veit. J. B. Wis man. W. C. Shafer. C.A.Edwards. Wot. C. Johnson. W.O Williams. " Chas. Myers. A.J. Wilder. . Mrs O. A. Dufuell.' C. B. Harrison. , Names added to this list at 5 cents for tha season. ' '.'- '?. ... Chamberlain's Tablets Have Done Her a World of Good "Chamberlain's Tablets have done me a world of good," writ? Mrs. EUa L Button, Kirkville, N. Y. "I have rec ommended them to a number of my friends and all who have used them praise them highly." When troubled with indigestion or constipation, give them a trial and resize fcr yourself what an excellent medicine it is. Guardian's Notice of Letters. Notice is heretiy iven that the underpinned whs on the 11th day of October, 1922, appointed guardian of' lb-' person and estate of George -iV. Brentlinger, feeble minded and that Letters .f Guardianship were issued to him by the Pr.'btte Court of Wriuhi County, Missouri, bear ing daW October llih, 1922 All persons having claims against the estate of said George W. Breutlinger 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. 1 John W Brentlinger. Guardian. ATTEST: Geo. C Murrell. Judge of the Probate Court. FLAT ROCK. Mr. Howe is better. 4 Mrs. R. Blank's horse scared atthe S juthern R. R. engiue and runaway, while she was on her way home from town Friday. Mis. Blink. and Geo. got out and were uot hurt, the buggy got one wheel tore up Ottls Tate caught the horse in the road up by Drus Turners house. Mrs Willis Moody has gone to Wichita, Kansas to be with her sons wife Lizzie who is very sick. There will be preaching at Flat Rock Thanksgiving day. Rev: Spihdler will preach and Mr. Adams will be there to help in the hinging, everyone is invit ed. Come aud brings dinner, there will be a grogram and singing utter dinner. Poddy. (Last Week) Mr. Howe is sick. Carl Howe came home last Friday From Kansas. Mrs. Ace Tarbutton called on Mrs. O. B. Nonaraaker' Monday morning. Lillie Letsinger helped Mrs Draper Saturday. INSURANCE PAYS An accidentor illness can overtake us anytime. Like a bolt from a serene sky-it comes with lightening speed. There are three phases' to every one's life; Their time; Their exper ie nee; Their investment. Loss of time from accident "or illness undermines their usefulness. See us. . Let us insure you. Be protectid. Be secure. Be happy. North American Accid ent Ins. Co., of Newark, N. J. RAY J. BROWN, General Agent. Obituary Margaret Elrod was born in Putnam County, Tennessee, September 3, 1847. She was married to I?aac Elrod, in Put nam County, Tennessee March 22, I860, who preceded her to the grave. She was 75 yeara one month and 27 days old at time of her death October 30, 1922. She left her native state in I8P9 moving to Illinois, and two years later located in Dent County Missouri in 1879 moved to Douglas County, and in 1896 to Wiigbt County, located at Norwood, later at Macomb, and back to Norwood in 1919. When about 40 years old she united with the Cbristiaucburch She is survived by eight child ren, Chas. L, Elrod, of Lead, BIRDKXS LIFTED. from Mansfield Ifauk Relief Pror eii Bj l-kpK of Time Backache' Is a heavy burden; Nf i vou::uc-e. dizziness, headache. Rheumatic pain; urinary Ilia; All wear one out. Often effects of kidney weakness No ue to cure the symptoms. Relief U but temporary If tbe cause remains. If It's the kidneys, cure the cauie. oan's Kidney Pills are for kid nty Ills- Here's proof of their merit from this vicinity. Mrs. C. M. Jarrett, 220 Oak St.. Mountain Grove, Mo., gave the fol lowing account of her experience with Ooan'a Kidney fill? October 5 1911: "Kidney complaint and blad der trouble had given me great Ir ritation for some time. I had a dull backache and pains through my kid neys. I ur.ed Doan'fi Kidney Pills and received fine relief. They hare my endorsement." On Januray 15, 1920, Mrs. Jarrett said: 'T think just as highly of Doan's Kidney Fills now aa ever. I haven't had to use Doan's for years and give them great credit." Price 60c at all dealers. Dont simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Jarrett had. Foeter-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Eufalo. N. Y. Adv. No. 61. South Dakota. W. C Elrod, Lew ellen, Nebraska. John Elrod, Jasper, Mo.,J. I. Elrod, Coun cil Bluffs. Iowa, W. S. Elrod, Springfield, Mo., Mrs. Leoma Lacy; Kaw.City, Okla , Mrs. Martha M. Inman and Mary El rod, Norwood, Mo.- One daugh ter died when two-years old, she also leaves one brother and one sister who reside in Tennessee, also there are 27 errand children and 5 great grand children, liv iug. The three daughters and W. S Elrod, and J. I Elrod, were present at the funeral. She was a great reader of the Bible, a faithfal mother and tried to live a christian life The Funeral was conducted at the te-.idfetice in Norwood, Nov . veber2, by Rev. G. Chad (veil, alter which the remains were laid to rest beside her husband in the Retherford Cemetery west of town. 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 edd 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 chilled and getting the feet wet. Then, when they feel the first indication of a cold, they take Chamberlain's Cough Re medy without delay and it is soon over. What Every Expectant Mother Should Know- Mrs. Laura Hendrlx, Oracemont, Okla., says: "I want to express my appreciation of ".Mother's Friend." I am the mother ot six children, ex pecting another one soon. I hava used "Mother's Friend" with every one of my babies. I think it is tha grandest help that has ever been discovered for the expectant moth er. I can't do without it. I recom mend it to all expectant mothers. I can't say too much fur It." "Mother's Friend" was originated by an eminent physician. It has saved thousands ot expectant moth ers from useless suffering. It la externally applied; aids tbe mus cles and tissues to relac .easily and readjust themselves to the changes during expectancy and up to the moment baby arrives. '"Mother's Friend" la safe and beneficial, ani contains no nar cotics or harmful drugs. Avoid mere greases aud useless, substi tutes. Um "Mother's rri.ni" at oar mothra and ramlraothcre did. Don't wilt, start todhy, and mantiit write to Bradftald Regulator Co., BA-44, Atlanta. Ca., for a frco UluttraUd book containing informa tion .very axpocuiut mother should hara. ''Mother's f'tiead" i sold t U drug stores everywhere. Judge William N. Evans, mem ber of the bench in the 20th judicial circuit for 20 years ajd well kuown in Missouri Demo cratic circles, died at his home in West Plains Suuday after a lingering illuess He was 73 years old. He was former chair mau of the Missouri Democratic state committee, superintendent of schools in Webster county and vprosecut'mg attorney in Oregoo county.,' Should Hot Tempt You Use The Economy BflHSFJO POWDER That's Wiaat imUons of Housewives Do - pile pit BEST BY TEST ing powder. THE WORLD'S GREATEST iiAKkNiJ i QtoVEli The W. T. Norcross . Reduction Sale Big reduction sale. As we need less goods and more cash, for 10 days you can save some good money oh shoes, dry goods of all kinds, shirts, overalls, childrens caps, men's and boys caps, pants and most everything, ' In order to . know just what you can save, come to new town on west Commercial street, and see W. T. Norcroas and buy your goods. KKKKKKKJOQOC-OOOOQDCKJOCKKJC I PURE DRUGS Carefully compounded prescriptions, a nd patent medicines, of the high and better known bricds, Also toilet articles, school supplies, books, stories . and stationery. Dont forget that we will be head quarters for Christmas and Holiday Goods this year. F. M. Huffman, Druggist, Norwood, Mo. BANK OP Established 1892 Paid Currency on all our Checks During the Panic of 1907 Capital $60,000.00 Farmers & Merchants Bank 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. Newton. N. J. Craig. J.E. Craig and M. E. Gorman, Directors -Personal integrity of its officers and efficiency of the laws gov erning its transactions are the . best evidence of security that tny bauk can offer its patrons. Upon this basis, we invite com parison and solicit your business. Are You Going to Paint? The high cost of building m itevial makes it absolutely neces sary to protect our buildings and make them last as long as possi ble. Sanitation and beauty also recommend Daint. We carry a. Complete Line Sewall's House Paint Including their Flat Interior, Roof and Barn Paints, Colovar, Auto Refinish, Wagon and Implement Paints and Porch Floor Pcints -no better medium-priced paints. D.J. Landers Lumber Co. 7 Mansfield Shoe Shop makes old shoes new, and fixes old harness too. I now' own the shop, and will be there everyday. I will at'all . .. times carry a complete line of rubber heels and taps of all kinds and styles, and also i complete line of Panco soles and the best leather I can buy. Bring your old shoes and have them fixed. I will pay parcel post one way on all shoes mailed to the , ; , - Mansfield Shoe Shop, A. E. Tarbutton, Prop. ! i-M-M . ., v"--"; v'--; They know that Goad Baking Powder can't be sold for less that "more for the mon ey "means bake-day fail ures, waste of time and money that Calumet means economy. The sales of Calumet are over 150 greater than that of any ether bak- CKCK00XOOOOOOCKX0XQDOO ( MANSFIELD Surplus $20,000.00 i-M-tef ft r MM t ?s.--f i y.tft '