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xial U L A LI N t W , 1 1 1 w w ;T . ial Picture. Nugget Theatre, thanksgiving Night. 7:45, 15 and 25 Cents MANSFIELD, WRIGHT COUNTY, MISSOURI THURSDAY. NOVEMBER iiO 1922 NUMBER 42 V IELP A i V V 'i v Q i $ V V V s ft V i V V v Vfous i i more disagreeable, wasteful or to the eyes than to attempt to use rfem in dim llifht. Lnnirfellow entirely Inst his eve sight in this wav. anl thousands of other hive had ' their vision permanently impaired by the use ofiui-' proper illumination. SAVE YOUR EYESIGHT and make vour evenings enjoyable by using the famous WHITE FLAME BURNER (PATENTED) which woika on an entirely new principle, making yc.ur common lamps or lanterns give a steady, powerful white light with the use of ordinary kerosene HOW IT WORKS, vvheu the lamp is lighted, the patent," unbreakable steel mantle concentrates the heat, thus increasing the draft, liberating from the oil its "undesirable properties and thoroughly mixing them with air. This causes them to ignite and burn, entire ly consuming the disagreeable products of the com mon burner, such as smoke, soot, gnra and noxious odors, and producing a clean, restrul White Flame equal to th light from three ordinary lamps. WHAT IT DOES, relieves eyestrain - gives a soft, eveii, white light which makes reading a pleasure IT IS CLEAN no sooty deposits on walls and ceilings; chimneys need cleaning onlv half as fieu as with the ordinary burner. IT IS SAFE-the mta draft reduces the danger of !Ume runuing down vrick into the oil and causing an axploalou. IT IS RELI ABLE with ordinary care, will last ten years. IT PROMOTES GOOD HEALTH-no nauseating fumes to inhale, all offensive gases being entirely consumed IT IS ECONOMICAL the damage to laces, curtains and other drapery caused by a single evening's use of a smoky, dingy lamp often equals the price of a dozen White Flame Burners. FOR SALE AT Ivy's Second Hand Store After using Burner a week if not satisfied return the burner and get your money refund ed. Agents Wanted, Address T. H. Ivy, Mans field, Mo. Tersely Told Town Talts You will ti.id bargains at Bon T.n. ATTENTION! ! 1 have moved from the building that I have been occupying in my merchandising to the next building joining it which is the first door east of the store 1 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 service 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. . " I wish to say to my farmer and country friends that I have heartily enjoyed your past patronage, and 1 hope that I may have at least a good share of your trade. As.l realize the necessities of the farmers in general, and I shall take interest in rendering you due serv ice ' As I being raised on a farm and am still in the farming business, and suffered heavy losses in the last three years in the declining of stock.and of the drowths and other losses, I feel I am in a position to sympathise with the farming conditions. Therefore I shall endea vor on my ptrt to extend a hearty co operatiou to all concerned. . , . . Thanking each and every person in adviiice for their future patronage I remain jours for service, H. M. NORCROSS STORE V. "N Deiver has return d from lulf, Kansas. Americans haven lot to be, thankful for tliiri year. Toihiy i- Thanksgiving dav eveiybody should '-e tliHiiliiul except the turkey. See W. N. Deaver for paint ing, paper hanging and dei-oia ting. Phone '2'i on b' Red Star and MP. A. Flour at the Mansfield Farmers F.x-cluuge. For biliousness and that bad taste in the month take a DivanV Liver Pill at night it will do the work. Fuson Drug Ci adv. Mrs. A. M. Brenllingerreturn- ed home last week from Kansas, where she has beeu visiting with her sous, Roy and F. C. Prent-htiger Auy ambitious enefgetic girl rosy attend the Springfield Busi oess College and not pay out one cent for board Write J -A Taylor for particulars. Nine fresh candies, cran berries, celery, and other gro ceries for your 1 hanksiving Dinner at P. W. Newton's. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Durfe left Wednesday evening tor Dudenville, Alo a few miles from Golden City, where they, will make their home. If the bowels do not act re gularly, assist them with an occasional do-e of Herbiue. It is a tiueboiel tonic and laxative. Price 60c. Sold by ail Dealers. The Wright County Farmers Association, will meei at Hart vdle Dec. 7th at 10 0J o'clock in the forenoon The Womens Progressive Farm, Association of Wright Co., will hold their second auuual convention and elect new officers for the coming year and the M. F, A will meet at 1:00 o'clock and will members aud delegates be present at ttie meetings and don't forget the date, Dec- 7th. A laige crowd witnessed a 7 reel movie at the Nugget last Monday night, after which a ra dio copceit was given On ac count of.disturbances in the at mosphere the ladio was not as successful as it might have been, but those who stayed to a late hour was repaid for their stay by some beautitul concerts andgood lectures, from various parts of the United States, Notice to tax payers. I now have an official list of the tax boons tor Pleasant Val lev township, aud will glad to received your pa'y'ient of taxes, and will give you your re ctipt ' Hoy & Stephens. MmsiielJ, Mo. (!o to P V Nywlon's for our vegetables, fruits and candies for Thickivir2 diuut-r. Notice. Postively no trapping allowed on my farm, any person having traps there plea-e remove them Mrs C A. Durnell. Notice. I have the official tax list Tor Pleasant Vall-y township fall and pay ybar taxes when conv enient. Should be paid before Jan. 1st to avoid a penally. W. B. Hitchcc k. Reynolds & Campbell Ftore. Dinner and Bazaar. The Ladies Aid of tlie Cliri9t iun Chni'. h will cive a dinner an.1 B: zaar in basemetit. Deo. ery one was enthusiastic for the 2nd, See our line of articles be- factory and something between fore you buy your Christmas 50 and 75 acres were pledged by Mansfield C. of C. Meeting It was a live aud enthusiastic bunch of boosters who met at the Nugget Tneatre last Tues day night, at the regular meet ing of the Majafield Chamber of Commerce. The regular routine of busi ness was taken care of, after which several business matters were taken ud and discussed in regular order. The tomato fac torv was the first proposition to disooseof It seemed that ev pie.-etiU. Turkey Banquet. Thanksgiving night, at 5:30 to 8 00 o'clock o m. O. T. Cafe. Everybody invited. Plate 50c. the farmers. The consensus of opinion was at this meeting, that it would be easy for Mr. Greer to raise at least 159 or 200 acres for the tomato factory next year. . We don't think there is any uuestiwn but that the fac tory in Mansfield will run next year, and that with a larger ca pacity and a bigger acreage. There was a few acres of grapes pledged, but this feature will be worked out more tbor oughly within the next few days Mr. Morlati, who w-is to have nt V' diku 19ft been with us to take up the mat Clarence Kmg Post -No. 128 f Monday night everyweek real letter to tne piesident of tht meetings At Monday nights meeticii, it was decided to hold the annual banquet on Tuesday evening December 12ih, 1922 at 3 o'clock at Turner's Cafe Tickets will be $.50 per plate, aud. each post memberisurgent ly requested to be present with his wife, sweetheart or jopther, The banquet committee is Os car Brown, chairman. Herbert Short and Frank White. They are workinst hard to make this hanuu t a hum dinger. After last meeting's business president of the club, stating that he was making up 4 or 5 other cheese factory projects in the Ozarks, and that it was a physical impossibility to be in our city at this meeting. However he assured us that he will be here at not a. distant fu ture date and would be ready to talk business to our peopler-" We consider this is one of the best opportunities Mansfield has had in some years, and we feel certain that the people are going to get onto it A resolution was Dassed bv session, Comrade Joseph bmitn the Mansfield Chamber of Com was tried upon a very serious merce nidging aid and assist The atmosphere was surcharged with seriousness and high moral purpose Need less to say, after a protracted trial, he was convicted and sen t.MiweH to oav his hue at uext Monday nights meetiug. Meetiugs start at 7:15 P. M he there members, and bring a buddy with you. . Rav J Brown. Commandei RILEY THE DENTIST Located In Mansfield Over Twelve Years OFFICE HOURS:-9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Phones: Office, 17; Kesidence 18. II - - aMMWMMMB I r ance in whatever undertaking the Americau Legion might un dertake in behalf of Clarence King Post No 128, Mansfield The meetiug was closed by some short butenthusiastic talks, a membership drive aud plans for the big banquet. The ban quet will be held Tuesday night, Dec, 5th, at the O. T. Cafe, and if the enthusiasm of this meet log is a criterion to measure from, there will be many more thau a hundred participate in feast, which will be held connection with the next reg meeting of the Chamber of Commerce. If you have not al ready arranged foryour banquet ticket and membership card to the Chamberof Commerce, when preseuted at the door, will enti tie you to one "'free feed" be there. Seethe Presideut or sec retary now and get your ticket Don't wait for a committee to call on you. Get this, which is the slogan and pass word of the Mansfield Chamberof Commerce, "Taue care of tour push and your pull will take cite of itself V'S S White Teeth" "True Bite Teeth" if you want them. Prices are right, work is guaranteed. It will pay you these days to investigate before havlug your work done. Coming Back Again Dr. W.H. Johnson O. D. EYE-SIGHT SPECIALIST Mansfield, Dec. 4th. Dr Riley's Office, 9a m to 4:30p m Hartville, Dec. 6th, Archer's Hotel Eyes Examined, Glasses Furnished, Lenses Changed. CONSULTATION FREE. Thanksgiving and the Holiday Season As is usual this store is well in the forefront with an ample display of the very newest styles in the season's most favored fabrics. You will need a new suit or a new dtess to make complete your sea soru attire for winter wear. We have thtm. We also have winter under wear for men and women, and dress goods to suit your keenest fancy. Our goods are always new, and the latest patterns, and our prices are right. Reynolds & Cdday 1- Sl.it Ill Thy'r ukln' homt the nukln'i , Of th "punkln" pl o fine; That't Mi-vtd to u Thnk,glvln- dy When w lit down to dln. An' our mouthi cun't hlp but wiit.r, A w. think o' day son by When w would .link our M.th Into A -hunk" o' motlw-i i. They're u'kln' hum. tlx tplrll cit rh wict&t world out a' djnra: When th ihocki with "fodder" overflow An' dmcb rste un our ehoiea- 8o we re thnnkful for the n.ercle Tl.at are heapin' on u high: But we'd be far more thankful tor "hunk" o' mother pit. The Fisk Hed Pop tires are ;n a class of their own This is the evidence to useis of these tires. They deliver the mileage. The next time buy a Fisk Red top. W. H Hitchcock, Dealer Robert Gnliland and family were shLLintf lu Mansneia Saturday. They recently tnov ed from towu to their farm near Gasconade. Bon Ton is closing out second successful season, result of supplying you with advanced styles at a small prot't, and your liberal patronage withcash. We thank you. Until December 2nd we will sell all our millinery less than cost, to make room for our Slipper Satin hats and advanced spring Milliuery. DENTIST 1 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. McGlNNIS, D. D. S. C. E. Program. Consecration Service. Subject, Better Speaking Pro 10:10-21 Leader, Gladys Fu ton. Soug. Prayer, Mrs Peters. Script' re Readii.t'. Proverbs 10: 10-21 31, 32. Leaders Talk, Uladys Fuson. Object Talk, Myrtle Williams Juniors Exercise. Roll Call, Responses, Helps for Belter Speaking . Sentence Prayers. Monthly Reports. C. E. Beuedictiaa. A iiaitv was eiven at the country home of Mr. and Mrs Carl Maya last Saturday night Thoe v, o enioped the occasion weu- '.r. and Mrs. A J. Clark, Dr. aud Mrs. L. G. McUinnis, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Freeuiau,- and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. W. C Codav. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Free man, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beach Misses Marion Livingston and Pauline Craig, Mes-srs.. Snyder Craig. Raymond Baker, Ross Reed and 0 M. Paxson Mich Soap? AO soaps will 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, aud a deodor ant ' f Gernucid J Soap is s good general soap for toilet and bath purposes. It frees the skin from perspiration odors, from the 60118 of infection, as well as the tiny parasites that cause skin eruptions. Get a cake of Germicidal Soap today. Pric2S cents.. Fuson Drug Co. W. M. DIVAN Relieves skin affections and itching sensations.. ', ..