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MlRKUR Pl ill ISHINO CO.
. OHtt it. ltU, Kditor. Mrs. N.J. laiK .4socUle $1.50 a Year In Advance 2.00 OCT6IBE THE STATU. ntr4 ! Ik Polottlc at Man.... M.l TI.BPON lit. MWimiilliniliiiiWiiii i mi mm n 1 mr i-mt - Foreign Ad.-ertitna Refx?.-.teUit THE AMF.RiCAN rRFSS A? aOOAf ION THE MANSFIELD MIRROR Proclamation. ritaM .r,T., i. ... or. Oovinm Arthur M. Hyde. .. Bmm Black. Vf-i lwi .. tinj i,. ...miu notion with Presi dent HtrdiiiK', issued a Thank" giving pioo'taiatiou sitting" apart Tturdiv, November 30th. a l'hanksgiviuir day snd i-illiiu' upon all Mis-soiiii-ins "to repair to thoir altars of worship and there rer.1r thanks to A'uvghlv God f.ir His unfading uouuty." The pi. ctatnaiiou follows: "Wheuas, bv the rt-vcieut custom ot our toiefatl.eis cue day m each v ar has beu set apart tor and dedicated to pub lie uokuoalodfTvtiU'iit and thatiks giving to Almighty Gad fur His many blessii.gs and mercies 1 1 us as a people and, " Vheivas, the Pivid.-nt i t the United Matfs, V,inn G j Htr:iug. his ora iill.v designed j tud set apart Thursdiv, Noveui berliCtb as a uay ot Thanksgu lug ana aefotuii tor tue jtai W21, and "Vu 'Teas, iu comn.en v. HI. the peopie of the other states oi the union, Uih people of this state have been blessed vwth nountiful crops, uu richness .f natuiat icsuii-ce n.t weiltl. ofuiiteiial p ssession liur'n ihe p t.st year no xnv Ins ditur brd us. No pstd-nce has atf lil ted us. No national disaster has overwhelmed us. t'-aee aim ;!euty surround us It is, theie tote, appropriate that for one day rte l.i y ssu.ieour daily tasks, liuinbly aud reverently to give thanks to our Creator and Su preuie Kuler -for that He has showered upon us blessings and served us as a people: "N'.w, then sore, I, Arthur M rlvde. governor of the stite of Missouri, aut ni? in conduction vr.ii ihe piei i nt of the United St-ltes, do l.--elV set asia.--Tnui s.iay, Ni'Vfinier iiOth 122 is TLant(sriVM w iJ a v . and I en estiT urge ih- pe .pin of th state if Misi uii to it pair ti their a'tais ot worship and there renJer thicks to Almighty loJ for his uufaii.i, county, it i. also appropriate, that, bairn rendered lhaniu lor our uiatei ial blessing and possessi-ns. each of us should give thought to the condition of unrest aud o! class consciousness, which i omi'K.us'.y growing anti ng out people and highly resolve that through the re genet a'ion cf oui own hearts we shall dihgenth and patriotically labor during the ensuing ye-ir lor a hr .ader justice and frat-rnitv among ah the citizens of Oiir state ami uation. "(Sign-d) Arthur M Hyde gov ei nor.'' CITY OFFICIALS. Mayor J. E. Craig Marshal J. l.n Coday Police Judge T. T. Fuge Assessor I'lydeTurnei Aldermen : First Ward M. E Stephens First Ward .C.C. Newton Second Ward, D S Cantrell Second Ward . L F Livingston F resident Board, L F. Livingston Clerk J. W. brazeal Treasurer M. E Gorman Attorney S. J. Craig Street Corumiasioner. John C di Collector- C L Turne Health Officer- Ur J A Pusoi Board of Health -. . . .) E Crai DrJAFuson, L F Lcnif-tou Council meets the second Moiulaj evening of every month EAILBOAD TIME TABLES East Bound. No.101 Passenger y 55 pin No.241 Li.al freight 11 15 a .m No. 103 Passenger 9 55 a tn ' 'v - Weit Bound No. 102 Passenger 5 10 a uj No.240 -Local Height 1115 a.m. No.104 Passenner 6 50 p ui. L F LIVINGSTON, Agent NO MORE GRAY HAIR 02AKK SOU l ilEH.N Leave Ma.-,tield y 45 a. ui (After arrival of B'i isco tram 12. At rive Ava Leave Ava Arrive Mansfield Leaves Man 9 held . Leares Ava .11:30 a. . 3 30 p. 5 .00 p .10-00 P. . .1 iJO a FRED G ROVER, Aeni BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. W.L.Matthew, Supt Prsacinng 1st and 3rd SuDdnya. Rev. P. L. Ktllty, Pastor. CUMBERLAND PBESBY TEBIAN CHURCH. Preaching every 2nd Sunday. Rev. A, S. Humphrey, Pastor. Sunday school every Sunday at 9M . m. G W. Freeman, Hupt METHODIST CHURCH. Preaching Hervices 3d and Aft Sunday morning and evening. , Rev. W A. Gray, Pastor Sunday school every Sunday 45a.m. J. W. Paterson, iupt. 6 fftffitlt1 100 For Gray, Stieaked, Fad ed and Worried Hair A pleasant, eafe, ttleotm? preparation-dan been imed by tliunearidD givea wiulrhil results- orjtain a bottle st any iru or toilet connler ot tti la ruoiif' PeLapy'o t rench Hair f.nuc lor tl.Wi, or rtilfc. t, prepai.t, l.om Pehac) Clitinicsl (V, t I.i.iiib. Mn. Will not diitappoint Vju- mil restore evtni and grs.inall. tlie gmy and utreared hair to iio l.jj.iei natural beauty ana clmrui. Alio destroys dsndriih Hiops hair Iroru fulling out and iil (:er yon looting Mjtin. ::'.l'l by all dealers PROGRAM 5th SUNDAY MEETING Dec. 29, 30 and 3 U Mansfield, ' Missouri. FRIDAY NIGHT DEC. 29th. 6 K Song Service I Lee Dennis. lV-15 Devotional J H Dennis. 6 30 Senium, ..... Kev, L W. Henslee, SATURDAY MORNING DEC :30th. 9 iX Sotiu in 1 It -v. iioiia! Homer Biowu. 'M 'SO Otvani;ation 9 U. 11 The 'J .l-3lEl I .FaitNich U audR-v Chas Nevils. M lr. ti iptists and Opeu Communion, M V.Spam andTheo. 'rKunas'. 10 4i Baptists and Alien Immersion, J H Pool and V S. tilltfith. U Oil Sermon, Rev. R. F. Carroll. Dinner, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. ? 00 Soijtf uid Devotional Mrs. H. Smitli J Xi Ne.'dsof W. M U .Ina H Turner, Mrs W T P.vatt. yX AssnciatioiiHl B V. P U Walter Peaiinau, Suste Kelley, g-J'.i Q ia! tications cf S. S. teacher in Baptist S. S,. W. J. fatt, Mrs. Bell Ellis. SATURDAY NIGHT. ti i'0 Song Service ; Ben F Nail. i.Ua D notional, ... Rev Ed Taylor. 7:00.Sei inon, . .' Rev John Ki lion. SUNDAY MORNING 31st. 10. 00 Sunday School ll:iXl Sermon A. D K.-lley. SUNDAY AFTERNOON. "2 00 Song !id Devotional Ezra Dennis. J ?.0 What does luspn Uion mean R v G. Chadwell, J. W. Roberts. 3 .00 R mad Tabl, Led by... P. Davis. o j'O Duties of Deacon, Rev F. Nichols. J H. Pool. SUNDAY NIGHT. 6 Oil Song. 6.3'J B. Y. P. U. Program, Mtn Grove B. Y. P. U. 7:i 0 Seriiit u P. Davis. CHL'KCH OF I'll HIST Bible school at W 4f a. in. everv 'inn Jay. P. H. Kay, Pnperiniendi.t. Preaching every second Sunday. Rev. Oscar Wright, Pastor. Mansfield Chamber of Commerce Meets every 1st Thursday Oigbt in ach month. Board ol Governors meet 3rd Thu. night Odd Fellows Hall. Dr A J. Clark, President. QUw B. Davis, Secretary. A Timely Suggestion. This is the si-asou of the year hen the piudi'ut and aefui tiout'Wife rt pli'iiivh'-s her suiip ly of 'lidinlitirhiin's I'oughRe ixi-dy. It is almost certain to be ueedod helor' the winter is o'.er and rjreUs are much mori lijinpt and satisfsctory when it is kept at hand and given as soon as the first indication ol a cold appears and before it Iihm become nelt'ed ,n the Mj.stem There i no danger In giving it to children as it contains no opium or other harmful drug. OF YE OLD TYME Humorous Description of Thanks giving Celebration Some Olfhrenca Between tn Oossrv anc; of the Oiy Then and ths Fsstivitits of Today. From pickiriK ihe stu.inig out of a wild tur::ey i-j bMiizt tfc jt'jkui.j oui of a wiia l'-.ot'oiii! piu.vr. T:.a:iiiiivir.g oay olv.'rvuii ,e l.i u'..iter;..iie a de tidsd i.i.n:;.-e, even within the ken of the pi. 'w rit wri:er, v.iio, a: that, la ijiiite i iu enough to gaia a pen.ianeiit iioiue uLiyUi the iButuniies ai li e Me- j tropoliun ilnseujj of Art, I'w.v K. j ilouitcn uritt'- la the Sew York Eve niii2 M i l. There were days away back In Puii.an tiiuea when people had a lot to he thankful for and euoujU i eioe to be thankful for tt. It Is atiil true th it a portion of our great metro politan population find time to render hunks in the old-fashioned style, bu: the ruh rah Thanksgiving has been with us some twenty years now, and it seer: to be gaining momentum. In the A1 days itiey used to leave e platter strewn with the tones of wild tuikey. and now It is the general cus tom to leave the gridiron strewn with arms. les. ears utid ttiur more or lei important iuipciinjenu. The history of a Thanksgiving dn used to be set down by the church cierk. and now It Is set down In .law by the sporting writer, all of win ! goes to show that civilization is mov ing, though we can't always deciie which way. Ye Oido Tyme Thanksgiving. "Know ..e all men by thefe piefentf : "That I. Miii:epeace Wharburton. governor, do nuii'ria'e Thurfdav, j.: twenty tixth of November, to be a day of triankfg-lving and a day of pray er in reinfcDiljiuii'.e of tie aieut hleff ings we have rertived during the part year. All and fundry of the poi,ula tion ate ordered to attend fervke and profoundly render thauUf for pea' and prof perity or pay penalty on the piliorv the 'duekins ftool or the ftocks. "MA KE PEACE WHARBCKTON. "Govomor." Those were the days of reul Thuu'-s-givlnu'f. l':Ue Prouty did not have ro go to a but' her shop and bai ter his soul, his house &bd lot and his i'o.J for a turkey. He ki?3ed his wife, Pru dence, und the kids good-by for mitybi the last time, and set forth for u wild turkey. He curried over his shoulder an S5-pound Munderhuss with a sprin kler attachment on the muzzle which would scatter shot over a fair sized township ,.nd . wiuld kick Peleg for u goal when it went off. If the Indian. got a hjd on him first it was gwl fiijrht ti'ri;"y. Btid If he got a bead on them nr:'t the sprinkler attachment en abhd Mm to put the rtspherry on eight or ten of them at onie. If I-'eleg got home nil right with the wil l torl ey they hud a Thanksgiving If he dldii they had a funeral. The family would go to church In tl e uiornini? and arrive there with sev eral arrows sticking through their clothe- and hats, and after good old Eldjr Hudnutt had preached for four hours and a half and finally stopped the coiij-'i elation had something to b. thankful for. Whin the feast was ready, I'eleg his wife. Pnirt-.tue, and the children Steadfast, Charity, Prosper, Faith, Cromwell and Whetstone, stated them selves about the table, the room would sud lenlv fill with -moke fr the reason that thtre .MHild te an Indian sitting on the chlini.ey top trying to smoke tneiu out ami uium tlje turkey aud Peieg's flagon of firewater. Indians Took Part. Peleg would nonchalantly wander over to the fireplace and throw a hand ful of gunpowder into It and the In dian would make a dash for thu creek ueir by. angry!)' pursued by Ills burn ing hreechclout. Peleg would return to the feast and say. "For what e are about to receive let us he truly thankful." And he received it quickly. A noble reduian poked his aim through the window and dr mi nicked Peleg on the beau with a torn mvhawk. Being a hard-headed Puri tan, Peleg would go on with his din ner after throwing the tommyhawk buck over his shoulder and catching Mr. Shinnecock Just below the Adam's apple. The afternoon was given over to meditation and reflection. Celebration of Today. But nowadays they gather in some jazz restaurant and the host says: "For what we haven't had during the past year under the Volstead act, let us be ." well, anyhow, something like that. The waiter does not reach through the window aud tap him with a tomiuyliau k. but he hits him for a $56.75 check and a $10 tip. And instead of spending the after noon In meditation and prayer, as Peleg did, his great-great-great-great-great-grandson sits In a grandstand with 15,0uO other heretics and they jell : "Freshwater's got the baTt !" "Freshwuter, Freshwater, zip, boom, bah ! Freshwater, Freshwater, ruh rah. rah !" "Go it, Cornsllk I Now, boys, the Corusllk locomotive: "Rah-rah-rah-rah-rab-rah-rah Corn silk, Cornsilk hip, hip, hip, hip, hip. hoorah :" And after the game Peleg's descend ant accompanies a young flapper to a hotel fur dinner, where he gels a piece of turkey through which he can read the name of the cafe and make out lt.-coat-uf-arius In the center of the plate and culls it a feed. The only folks funnier than the old ones are the new ones. Best of Friends Must Part As somebody said. Two members of ths group do not tesm to b vry mush distressed over the adieu. Day's Real Meaning. Thunksgiving Is the time of asplra tion and utitlclpatlorr rather thnu of frul t Ion und favor alone a holiday of grateful hope. Rusty nnil wound?, festering sofis, hums and scalds heal rapidly vvhou I.iiruid Uoiozont' i1 applied it is both antiseptic and healing. Price, BOc, COc and J1.V0. Sold by all Dealers. Every h-ik, teacher and bun mess man in this community should take the Springfield Bus ines) College Correspondence Course It costs only 425 00. Write J A. Taylor for free cata log. Aii tcru ,-, ;of o.: lilt 1 iVf"- i'-J: (niioprci.lii :.u-r AU,llSWu-il& if. . ...i. ..... t-,HS; 'i;'':'" tfe.iwe the S E A S I DR. M. W. SCHEET2 Seymour, h9. If your child eats ravenouhly at tiin. s aud at elhei limes has no appetite at all. look out foi worms White's Cream Vcrml t'uire is the reined i to ue D clnars thein out. Price, 3&c Sold by all Dealers. PUBLIC SALE. I will sell at public auction at my lariu j miles southeast ot MdliSheld and 3a' Uil.es west ot O atha, at Roy school house, on. Tuesday, Dec. 5th, 12 Conmiencintf at 10 u. iu., 'ille Following r"opet: li lintel ot cattle consisting ol 5 milch cowa, and lroin Dartum null, one yeut'iiug heifer, 4 Jer seys und 4 red cows, all will be iiesh iu spj'Wig, all but one ale giving go.d How of ui ilk, farm mi pit uieiils, 1 wgon, set iloubk haiuesa, movviug machiue and lane, spiiug lootn harrow, break ingpl.tvs and djui.le shovels and other farm tools, 100 bushels corn in crib, 'Z stacks bay, 2 stacks bundle wht-ai, household goods consisting of, 1 diesaer cook stuve, 1 organ, kitchen cabiutt, book case, sewing uiach me, 1 bedstead, 2 table.-, i chairs, 1 rocker, 1 set single harness and other thing not mentioned Terms All sums of $1U and under, cash; on all sums over $10, 9 months timd will be giv en on bankable note bearing 8 per cent interest from date. Mo goods to be removed until the terms of sale are complied with. Mrs. L. C. Letsinger. ROY ft. DENNIS, Auctioneer CI. C. FREEMAN, Clerk A Wish Ml have taken Cardul for run down, worn-out condition, nsnrmienpcs flnfl slMnlMUnesft. and I was weak, too." says I : Mrs. Silvie Estes, of Jennings, Okla. "Uudui did me ust lots ot good so much that I gave tt to my daughter. She com plained of a soreness in her sides and back. She took three bottles oi OABDUI The Woman's Tonic and her condition was much better. "We have lived here, near Jennings, for 26 years, and now we have our own home in town. I have had to work pretty hard, as this country wasn't built up, and it made it hard for us. "1 WISH 1 could tell weak women of Cardui the medicine that helped give me the strength to go on and do my work." ess CLEANING- PRESSING Day and Night Service Collect and Deliver Call Phone No. 30 Let us order your suits. Best line in town. CLARENCE SMALLEY Blue Goost Barber Shop In Sad and Loving Memory Of Laura Wilson who departed thin life to b- with Jesus, Nov ember 12, 192), She was loving and kind to all t-.he met. She has gone to enter the pearly gates. Uone, 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, tin a comfort to know t he is waiting for us upon the golden shore. Sadly missed by papa and mamma. Children Cn ho., vi-a v.. nana Atwava Boueht. la use tat over thirty years, nas borne m avi.A urruniusr tfj-iL. lust to protect iMcJut venerations. Do not ne ow ... - . .,.. tij.,o ami "inst-as-iraoa" arc Experiments that trifle with aud endanger the bealta .mi fihiidren fixuerieuce against Experiment. Never attempt to relieve your baby with a . .. . ..is .,oA frr vniirnsll. remedy max you wvuiu was j What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years It baa been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought we a aaBBwaM) Msea3a8eees9e98aa HERE Is a business built on a foundation of SERVICE backed by a thorough knowledge of our profession, otnbined with an honest effort to give only the best in quality and efficiency. "Our Label is your Guarantee" DAL 11 Y 31 P L E PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Landers Building Phone 68. 69, 1241 Springfield, Missouri 1 HC UNiYEitSAL CAS I I 11 1 ll'L VI, Attention Ford parts, like almost everything e1.:3 worth while, are counterfeited. Imitaticn parts are manufactured to SELL at the highest possible rate of profit and the grades of steel used are consequently not the same high quality, specially heat treated alloy steels specified in Ford formulas for ths manufacture of G.ii UINE FORD PARTS. Don't be misled Insist upon GENUINE FORD PARTS mad;? by the Ford Motor Company. Uy 90 doing you will get from 35 to 100 per cent, more wear from them,' and you will pay tun lowest possible cost the eaue everywhere, 50 OF GENUINE FORD PARTS RETAIL FOR LES3 THAN 10c EACH Ask for Piuts Price Liat I Ibse V7hen ycur Fcrd car, or Fordson tractor r?tr.l3 attention, call onus. Fcr rsiittn,bfi- we are pioH crly equipped, employ competent niechanics, utid use Genuine Fcrd and Ford.on pa."c ir. ail rspair work: carter's garage !il "j I