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1 m I I' 1 ii n f f M.I if r-i ! ill 5 S !,; A Rood nil Monday which w are all glad to see. It will help the stock water supply. Chester Snyder left Sunday siaht for Indlmt. we wish htm success Berton GobU had a party Saturday night Everyone pre Mat report a god time. Mr. and Mrs Will Greenwood were in Mansfield Saturday, Mrs. Greenwood visited Mrs Canble. Mrs. D. R.Snyd.-r attended the funeral Sunday. Mr. Schifer of WillowSprings visited friend 4 here Friday and Saturday. ' Mrs. Louella Christy visited - Mrs. Cauble of Mansfield Tues day Clifford Gobble was in Mans field Saturday. The Christian Endeavor had party at the G N Fmdley home last Monday night Cake and coca was Served and games were played until a lute hour. Every one present reported a good time. Mr. Shatter, who luet near Reuben Williams. parsed sway Friday morning alter a lung ill ness. Funeral set vices Mere held Saturday morning We extend sympathy to ttte family John Woody was in Mansfield Saturday. Christian badeavor will tner next Sunday night at the Ma comb Methodist Church Time 6:30 o'clock, Will Greenwood, leader. SOMEBODY ELSE. fills Quit QuicIU && SL WOl fnrm to Yon in Yauf Owa Cut tit -How" and "Why" f fee BagiarlcahU Biood-Clcucg Powari Tana la a naaoa for ererrtbist tttt kaaawa. Ceaaoa-eaaea ktlia aim;. Ceaaea-fesea alto awpa belii: S 4 3. aa Ue ce&attt-ataae rcaedj tvz bsti, b- rtesiM Mat b SaaO kWU aaaa It la built on raaaco. Scientific an tberUtea adatt ita potter 1 8. 8. S. bullde (deed-power. It buildi red-blood-cll. Taat la what makee Brbtlni-biuod. I"lji.t-taf-bleed deetrejra iaparltlca. It figota sella. It alwaye wini! It ffbte pirn ylaal It fliUi akla aruptioai! It bu'ldt aam-powr, tblcklnr power, tba tlgbi lattd powr thai wLlrlt a man rp iot aacnaa. It (1t women tba Itiha, lit Bftlle coapieiloa aod tbt (barm that aurta tbt world! Tbeia art tbe reaaoaa taat baT aadt S. S. S. today tbt great kleed-cfanwr bodr-bailder. aucctu build er, aad It wby reaulta bare mad uara at ley flow from tbt aoult of tbouuadil Mr. f. D. Sib-tt, U1 lotb St, Waiblag tea, D. WTltea: "I triad Ut fan to gut rtUtf from aod mm at botu. Setrytkittg ftiltd untii 1 toek J. $. 8. I am mow aeMfaibJy curtd, and it wm 8. 8. 8. Mat did if Try It yourwlf. S. 3. 9 la aold at all dri( ttorca la two ai:9. Tba Urj'er alia bettla la ta aera acoaealoal. SaS.S. makes you feel tike yourself again Jericho and Elsewhere Business is progressing nice ly in the uew cobbU 3ton stoiv boUding at Jericho. Last Wednesday about 40 men , gathered at Mr G W. I pock's to construct a new barn Since be recently lost a barn and teveral animals bv1 tire. Several ladies went and prepared dinner and bad a general good time and ' much was accomplished toward the new barn. Cyrus I pock returned home from Iowa last week. Miss Grace Standifer spent Sunday with MiaeTressie Craw ' ford, many are attending tbe protracted meeting at Mission : Temple, there is also a meeting at tbe Chapel Church. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mur , rtland urn-y and Mai ley took dinner at Wm. Deckard's Saoday. , Mrs. Jessie Murrel has been - - 111 tbe past week. Mr. (. W. Taylor's have tnov 4 to their farm purchased ; from Lawrence Nichols. 1 V Y-i P. U. Anti.ch, and .XsA'XWbr at Plea-ant Valley -'r'ejacb Sunday sight. f'i-r'-.--- JUNE BUG. Terae And Not So Ten. Mrs S C. Mustek has f one to Louisiana. Sheriff Crewse olHartviUe was here Tuesday. Mrs. L. C Ma?s has gone to Red Fork. Okla. Mrs. Edith Huffman has gone to Midian, Kas. Rolls Adama has gone to Ap pleton City. Carson Howerton came in last week from Taikio. Manso Danbenspeck has gone to Oklahoma O L. Robtnett of Springfield was here last week. Mrs. O B Davis has returned from Sylvia and Larned Kas. Mrs. Owen Coday visited in Cabool last week. Miss Pauline Craig was home from SDrinufielJ dating the week. ' Walter Thomas and Miss Ruth Mays were united in marriage recently. - Mrs. M. A. Candle hasgone'to Memphis, Tenn , to spaud the winter. - C. A. Schaefer of south of Mansfiold died and was buried the latter pait ot last week. T. H E. Mathis and W A Black of Mansfield attended the po-tmasters' convention and postal, conference at Kansas City last week If your child eats ravenously at times and at other times has no appetite at all, look out for worms. White's Cream Wrmi fu:e is the remedy to use It clears them out. Price, 35c. Sold by all Dealers. G. T. Beedle of Macomb, but foruieil.v of Kansas City, has bought the D. S .Cantrell inter est in the City Meat Market The business is now being run by Skelton and Beedle Mr Cantrell retiring from the bust ness. I wiil be in Mansfield from 21st to 30th of Nov. with a full line of new simples of all the latest materuts. Wait and 'see the line before buying your mid winter dresses and Christmas things. Mrs D R S. Lvtle, Sey mour, Mo. I am authoiised to tf-.- back any admission to "SON OF WALLING FORD" Friday night at the Nugget, to p-ttrons u ho are not pleaseJ, witn one of the strongest comedy dtama'son tbe screen today. Admission 15 25 Dr F. H Riley, Mgr. Nugget. For Sale or Trad, or would consider a good renter, the old l'efteller pUce, 1 mile north ot tiryant Price is right and will make any kinds of terms. This is an excellent dairy proposition and poultry, plenty of fruit. Se me quick. A. W. Patrick or inquire at Eigle Roller Mills. The governor elect of Okla homa will nve an iuaugurdl bU in January. The first tiling necessary to qualify for an ad mission to the ball is that you must be dressed in ginphitn or cahco dresses. He says that it was this class who elected uiin tuu beeves will be billed for the barbecue. Rubbed into the i-kiu for rheumatism, neuralgia, contract ed muscles, sprains ot lameness Balard's Snow Liniment goes right through the n sh to tbe booe, easing pain audit-moving the cause. It is a poweifu) pain relief. Ihree sizes, 60c aud 11.20 per bottle, by all Dealers. 30. Sold Agents Wanted. Hand with car preferred. Big money making proposition. Sell Milburn Puncture Proof Tubes Write or wire for territory rights. Baxter & Richardson Company Kirksville, Mo. If your bowels do not art re gularly, you fel uncomfortable, and the longer this condition exists the worse you feel. To put an end to the misery, take Herbine. It purifiestbe bowel, restores energy and cheerful spirits. Price, 60c. Sold by all Dealers. Johnson Item. Cora Heoslee and daughter. Maxioe spent Friday at tbe home of Mr and Mis Jake Ivy and family. Mr. and Mrs France Morelan visited at Charley Morelan'a Saturday night. Those who called at the home of Mr and Mrs Lou Campbell's Thursday wvie Ora Cmpbell, Mrs Sam Dugger, Rosa Will iains aud Cora Honslee. Gus and Harve Henslee and Lon Campbell left Thursday for Waynesville to visit Mr. Camp bell's sister, Mrs. Janey Hens lee. Johnny Adamsou, wife and family spent Saturday night at Mauard Williams. Gertie aud Cora Henslee and Brarrie Campbell atteuded meet ing at Frig Knob Saturday uight Mrs. Cora Henslee aud daugh tei, Audrey, Misses Gladys aud Opal Coday and Miss Juanita Henslee dined at the - Henry Moody home Sunday. Mrs. Lou McMahau and Joe and Evelyn Henslee spent S ttur day night with Mis. "Mary Campbell. Curly Lets. Calomel Users Take Awful Risk Very Next Deseof Treacherous Drug may StartTerribie Salivatiou The next dose of calomel you take may ,-alivate you It may hockvour liver or strt bone necrosis. Calomel is dangerous It is iiiecur.y, quicksilver. It ci ashes into sour bile like dyna mite.c ram oingand sickening you. Calomel attacks the bones and should never be put into your' system. If you feel bilious, In adachy, constipated and all knocked out, Just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dodsun'a Liver Tonefor a tew cents which is a harmless veetabl- substitute for danger ous calomel. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't 6tart yonr liver aud straighten you upbetterand quicker than nasty calomel and without making you ni--k, you justgo b-ick and get your money Dout take c-iloinel! it can do. be trusted any more itiau u leap aid or a ild est Take Dod sou's Liver Tone which straightens you right up and makes you feel fine. No salts n- ces-mry Give it to the childei n-because it is perfectly harmless and can not salivate, Ozark Breeze Everybody seemed to enjoy the fine rain in this vicinity Sun day but the young folks. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Crippen spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Frye. May and Ida Frye took sup per with Mr. aud Mrs. Haive Find ley Thuisday night and atteuded the musical at Jean Doyel's. Mrs John Bientlinger sur prised relatives and friends around Macomb last week when she came and spent the 'week end with them. Mr. and Mrs V. E. Royal and little daughter Bessie Jane, spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shores Jr. of Norwood Mrs W H. Brake of Macomb spent a few days, last week in Mansfield. Uncle Sam Jack called at the John Frye home Monday morn ing. Those that took dinner at V.E Royals Tuesday are as follows Mi. and Mrs. Geo. Shores and childien, Mr. Mrs. John Frye and daughters, and Mr and Mrs Harve Findley. There was lots of nice - ' inner. Made every body wish election came every day if they were all like Tues day. . - A Brown Eyed Dully. f ". . C ASTORIA For Infants and Children In U For Over 30 Years Alwaya bcara Ifca 8!f Datura of Wolf Creek We sie having some rain at preseut. Rev. L. Light started a pro tracted meeting Saturday night Everybody come aud bring some one with you. Mr John Moody and wife vis ited John Gann and family Sun day, also Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mdlsap and sou Loyd. Miss Grace Gann spent Sun day evening with Clara' Calhoun and attended church Sunday night. Miss Sylvia Edwards left Sun day to stay with her uncle near Hartville. Mr. Cecil Rice and Miss Eu gena Fagan was married Sunday before noon ibe.v attended chur ch Sunday at Wolf Creek. A wedding diuner was set at J C. Fatrau's. The.v are going to take a honey moon trip to Coffee ville Kansas. We wih them a long and happy hfe. - SLOPPY SAL... Rusty nail wounds, festering sores, burns and scalds heal rapidly wheu Liquid Borozoue is applied. It is both antiseptic and healing. Pru e, 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by all Dealers. PUBLIC SALE. I will sell at'public auction at my farm 1 X miles east of Mansfield, on O T., on Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1922 Commencing at 10.00 oclock a.m The Following Properly. Good team bay work horses. dark gray colt coming 4 years old, 1 cream color colt coming years old, 3 head cows grade shorthorn, 1 dark roan cow 5yrs old, 1 light roan cow 3 years old 1 heifer calf, 13 lie id ewes, bred to shorthorn ram: 90 rose com Rhode Island Keds mostly put lets, one '&Y Weber wagon good shape, one 2 seat surry, 1 grain drill with fertilizer attachment nearly new;l walking cultivdtor 1 double shovel, 1 Vulcan plow No. 10, one Chattanooga plo No ii, one a. harrow, 1 set single buggy harness, 1 set good double buggy' harness, 100 shucks fodder in barn, 1 ton sudan hay, 1 mans Disston saw 1 post mill, 1 potato fork, 1 log chain, 1 roll chicken wire, grind stone, 1 ax, mattock, hoe, rake, shovel, bar, forks, wire stretcher, some hand tools etc., 1 DeLaval cream separator No. 12 nearly new, 1 piano stool, one $65 OOdropbead, White sewing machine, 1 dining table, 6 chairs with leather bottoms, 1 range, 1 kitchen cabinet, 4 good iron beds, 2 good dressers, 2 chiffon ers.l library table,l small table, 1 rug, 4 rocking chairs, 2 childs rockers, 1 high chair, 1 nursery chair, 1 ltrge reclaming chair, 1 book case, 1 staud, 1 cole heater, 1 oil perfection heater, one 3 burner perfection oil stove with oven, 1 washing machine, wring er, daisy churn, 1 ten gal crock, 2 five gal crocks, 3 one gallon crocks 2 ice cream freezurs, lots cauued fruit, 1 iron kettle, 2 bbls vinegar, 4 lamps, 1 snus ige stuffer, meat grinder, 8 day clock, Big Ben alarm clock, usual amount of dishes and kit chen utensils . Terms All sums of $10 and under, cash; on all sums over $10, 9 months time will be giv en on bankable note bearing 8 per cent interest from date. No goods to be removed until the terms of sale are complied with. ; E. A. STARCK, Owner ROY B. DENNIS, Auctioneer G. C. FREEMAN, Clerk 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 log, 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. NORWOOD BOITC I. Mrs. Maody Jacks n, ber mother, and daughter Rutb pect Friday at Mrs. Sarsb Larks. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hartman and Mr. and Mrs Thomas Camp bedotlledat Thomas Harden' Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lark called o:i Mrs Jack son Sunday afternoon. Pearl Moody and GladysCbad well spent Saturday and Sun day with home folks. Byron Lark called on Georgia Ball Sunday. - Mrs Maudy Jackson called at Mrs. Mary Jackson's Monday. Mrs Thomas Harden called on Mrs Sam Chadwelt Wednesday afternoon.. . Several attended C. E. Gorden sale Thursday, everything sold well. Pbyneas Burnett spent TLurs day night with Homer Chad well. Miss Maggie Fletcher Mrs. Bill Sh ires and E nest Bainett visited Stony Point school Fri day afternoon. One of Mrs. Ben Owen's sis ters arrived herefrom Oklahoma Thursday, she is visiting her at present. A County Chap. Cancer is Gone Says Missouri Woman. Mrs. J. F. Neil or Ionia Tells How She Recovered Health After Being Afflicted for Two Years. Mrs. J F Neil of Ionia, Mo., who was for two years afflicted with Cancer one on her temple, another on face says both are eniirely gone. Mrs. Neil bad her Ciuceis removed by a mild medical treatment, perfected by Dr. O A. Johnson, noted' special istof Kansas City. "I could not ask for better results than I got from your treatment Both cancers are entirely gone, witn only smooth healthy scars to show where the.y were," Mrs. Neil stated in a recent letter. Tbe treatment used in removing Mrs. Neil's cancers was perfected by Dr. Johnson after nearly twenty five years of cancer study and re search It entirely does away with surgery. Purely medical measures are employed: that is, external treatment to destroy the cancer and internal inedi cation to purify tbe blood. The treatment is mild and usually requires only two to six weeks. Full information about this mild method and its success maybe obtained in a new edition of a 168 page book, "Cancer Truths," which will be sent free to anyone interested. Merely seud your name to Dr. O. A. Johnson. Suite 524, 1324 Main St , Kansas City, Mo., and you will receive a copy by return mail, postpaid, with out cost or obligation. - The Home Circle Column Tbe Elder Sister: There is no character in tbe home circle more useful or beautiful than a devoted elder sister who stands side by side of the toiling mother; lightening all her cares and burdens. How beautiful tbe household macbin ery moves on with such efficient help. Now she presiqes at the table in her mother's absence, always so neatly attired that it is with pride the father introd uces her to his guests as our oldest daughter, now she takes a litfle troop iuto tbe garden with her and amuses tnem, so that mother may not be disturb ed in ber work or rest. . Now she helps the boys with their lessons or reads father s paper aloud to rest bis tired eyes. In tbe sick room ber preseuce Is an esuecial blessing. Her music charms many pains and bright ens many of tbe weariest hours All elder sisters are not such a blessing in the home. There are souTS wbo do not have -tbe opportunity to become musici ans but tbe sweet disposition and usefulness of an elder sister is for abend of the music alt bo music holds a high place in the hearts and minds of tbe world Some daughteis are no comfort to mother, which kind are you in the household or which kind are you traiuing. , Peggy. School Notes A number of students were absent Monday on account of tbe bad weather. - L ' On Ftidav afternoon of ;Ja-t ing week, au armjstice program we given at the high school building patriotic addresses were read by members of tbe high school classes. Attorney Ray J. Brown g?ve a short address on tbe mis sion of the ex service men. Mrs. Brown, one of tbe bigb school teachers has been absent from school. Miss Lorene Turner visited Hartville high scool one day last week. The Juniors and Seniors are working on the dramatization ol Aesop's fables. ."The Lion and the Mouse' aud "The Lion the Fox and the Beasts,". This is very interesting work aud good practice. Every i lei k, teacher aud bus iness mn. in this community should taxe the Springfield Bus iness College Correspondence Course. It costs only $25 00 Write J. A. Taylor for free cata log. " BOCTE a. Tbe rainy weather which has set in is bad on tbe school child i en and those who have outdoor work, but so nice for those who have been so scarce of water, and have had to be hauling it. . Mrs. J. W. Brentlinger visited relatives around Macomb last week. Mrs. Alice Sinders and little son, Wayne visited relatives iu Mm. Grove Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Stmt and son, Norman spent tbe week end at Carl Stuttler'a There was a dinner and pro gram at tbe Roy school on Arm istice day. Harrison I vers and family and Jim Cameron and family dined with tbeir mother and family Sundiy. J. W. Edwards is feeling wcrse at this writing. Ernest Crider spent Monday at J. W. Edwards. Miss Elsie Crider stayed with, J W. Edwards aud wife while Mr. and Mrs. Stout were gone. Rev. Reed, pastor of tbe C. P. Church was a Saturday night visitor at J. W. Brentlinger's. ' Scott Letsinger spent Sunday night at J. W. Brentlinger's John Henry Baker has been absent from school this week and part of last week. J. W. Brentlinger is re roofing and building an additional thed to bis cow barn. Mrs Dave. Crider is feeling about tbe same. BDKEY. . r If J aV r , awar-IVUl rr.ew . . i I A A wbo before Amen provld for irainingVfa. al r . . -. u .11 Iff. onreau nuau viaw load ai inHnaft..eil be in the form of a ieaTV n be addressed to theN n a SOW v I states veterans nureau.vv teau Trust Building, ChouraEv '"' & Vandeventer Avts , St. Loui A Missouri. 3 Thos. L Rubpy Congressman elect, loth Dis'ct. Good Heaith. If you would enjoy go. -d health. keep your bowels- regular. No one can reasonably hore to fiel well, when constipated . When needed," take Cham oei Iain's Tablets. They are mild and geutle. . NORWOOD, MO. ' Town and School news Lyle Upshaw tbe Star Route carrier recently sold the mail route to his brother and is mov ing to California with bis family. Mauy were present at the basketball gme betwe n Ma comb and Not wood at the N d. S. court Friday afternoon. Nor wood was victorious, winning by 17 scores. Examinations were given last week throughout the school and it is rumored that the grade cards will be issued this week, On account of the heavy rain Monday morning, almost half of the high school students were absent. The Norwood basketball team will play tbe Cabool team Wed nesday night at Cabool. The Ava basketball team will play the Norwood team Friday afternoon at tbe N. H. S. batket bait court. In the previous game, several weeks ago, Ava was vie torious. W. J. Kelley, a Norwood bar ber, moved Friday afternoon to tbe old John Thomas place, 2 miles north of Norwood. Ralph Shields being delayed by tbe rain Monday morning, was absent from school. Be re ported a heavj rain northwest of Norwood. Miss Eva Householder, daugh ter of the station agent, was el ected president of tbe Oga Og society, by the. Sophomore En glish class. Everyone is invited tot bear Rev. J. O. L. Boehm, from Mtn. Grove, preach Wednesday night at -the Norwood Methodist Church. 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