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Give Tbaolts this day. E A. Stark and family left last week for California Henderson Lovsn spent Sua dt9 at Willow Springs. Post Office Inspector t H. Baker of Springfield was here this week. Mr and Mr. Paul Wi -haras peat last Friday and Saturday InAva. Frank J. Davis, editor of the 8yraour Citiitn, was in Maus field Sunday evening. H. E Nichols has gene to Ava to work at road building for the Missouri Highway com mission S. E Dougla, who has been out in California fr the past year or two, has n turned to tse Oarka. and is movinu bckon hl frm near Bryant So net or later they all come back Judge S J. Wallace has been appointed acting postmaster at Bryant in place of Andy M. Miller, resigned, n ho has gone to California Am examination Will bo held Jan b at Mtn Grave for the purpise of u tilling regular postmaster Mr. and Mrs Win. Sue t u have just returned fiom a ten days visit in arious paitaof Oklahoma, where they visited with W. M and Harve CoJay. and other friends and acquaint ances and foi mer residents of Mansfield. They report i p.ea ant trip and a jollv time I will be in ManstMJ from 1st to loth of Dec with my fuli Use of new simples of all the latest materials. Wait and see the line before buying your uii winter dresses and Christmas things. Mrs D K Si Lvte, Set uiour. Mo SHILOH NEW: Mrs. Vota' Debusk and family. Prance Hill and family dined Sunday at J. E. West's. Mrs. West spent part of lat week at W. S. Miller's. S H Freeman's dined at H H. Miller's Sunday. Mrs Andy Seal left Monday for California where her husband has beeu for several months. Mary Nevils called Sunday ou Lily Locke. Kev. Morgan Standifer tilled WANTED 1M (him Column to Supl t our Want!. Hatir I entpr word Mch ultha minimum thartftot 1 m paatl l.i 4' aiwc JJii M:rio. Mmuli j. o. FOR SALE: -One Jersey bull, 4 years old in February. He is gentle and h is best record of anybulm the country. Must sell iu ue.t 10 days Charley Miller, Bryant, Mo FOK SALE- Owe 20 horse Doer Keims enjine aouoie his regular appointment at Ml. j 0yiindei , one, Xo 1 Geier Saw Haven Suuday, a protracted meeting beguu titer Suuday night. Miss Lent Dixon is with Mrs Cale Brooks. Mrs. Emma Gross cousin dined Saturday Nevils. Mrs Gardner and pont the week eud M.-le: rig cable feod with 52 inch saw, 1 tank and pump, 1 steel case separator. 2442, all in runuing staymg rditi n. pi ice $?f0 00 with ! terms to soil the purchaser p-rv is !. my farm 2 t ot M uisrie.d. Mo If S interested w rite, Ela Stout, G it den Grove, California, at C. ei.ITh- pr. u I miles e . ; LI children at Mrs CURLS Bankruptcy Petition Filed. Thomas M Rich ti dsoii. of Norwo d. Wiight c unty, a eJ t petition ol voluntary bankruptcy in federal curt tins monOi: The petition lists the asset of the petitioner at $-?,09s and lus liabilities irJ.ioo 4o Thu ilU f,ir lhi h-armif li'AS been tet for December 15 before John Schinook, referee in ban roptcy Norwood Route 1 Mr. Reynolds and fit her saw d wool for Mr Harden, Mr llartinuii's and others in this .iiiiimty this week. S R Barnetl shipped mules down south the tirstof the week. Mr Gentrv Campbell Came in from 0:toway Kansas to spend a few weeks with his parents Mr. and Mrs. T P. Campbell. Mr. Lester Jones and Mr Heruim Lignt called on Stony Point School Tuesday at n.'on. Mr John Retherford dehorn ed cattle for Mr. A. Holeniau snd Tommy Jackson Thursday. They had qu-te' a social time (U the wood awiugat Mr, Camp i bell's Wednesday besides their i son aud the Kod siweis some 'of tl.e.r friends were present. ! M s.i Ha: 1 Chad well spent .VeJnesday Liht with M'sj ', Thelma Si ores j Mrs. Ben Oaens and sister; l t.t Mr.: f.'-Vs Thursdiv .'afternoon. jOne Killed, live Injurea Mr SAmChsdweli called on When Automobile Craahea Ojaik Farmera to Set Out 100,000 Grape Vines. Mansfield.. Mo. Nov 23.-The Chamber of Commerce of Mans field is backing a uiovemeut for Hie planting of a large icr age cf grapes, touintoes aud striw Denies in this vicinitv, and a shipment of 100,000 grape vines for setting out in Wright, Webster and Doul is counties is expected to arrive soon 1 lie farmers here realise thst the uroAing of grain is not the be t form of tirminr in the Ozarks and they aie turning their at teution to the growing of fruits and to te dairy, jMuUiv aud stock business, l'l.e Cliamber of Commeice also has u idci consideration a proposition for the loeiuon of a cln-es- lactory here uinsis City Journal they may occur at that orac, unless it shall be decided in the interests of the service to till any vacancy by reinstatement The compensation of the post master at this office was fib2 00 for the last fiscal year. Applicants must have reached their twenty first birthday on the date of the examination, with the examination, with the ex ception that in a Stte where worn n are declared by statute to be at full age for all purposes at eighteen years, women eight een rears of age on th- date of the examination will be ad mitt ed. Applicants must reside within the . territory supplied by the post office for which the exam iuatiou is annouueed. The examination is open to all .-it.7eti of the L niteu stales who can comply with the requir ments. Application blanks, Form 1753, ud full information concerning the vi liuiruients of the examina rinn nan h soured from the Dostma?ler at the place of vac ancy or from the United States Civil Service Commission, Wash- ington, D C. Aonlicatious should be proper iv executed and filed with the Commission at Washington, D C , at the earliest practical date Chamberlain. Tablets Have Done Her a World of Good "Chamberlain's Tablets have done me a world of good, writes Mrs. Ella 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 realize for yourself what an excellent medicine it is. CASTORIA For Infants and Chili ea In Ue For Over 30 Years Signature ot ; Mrs. Thomas Harden .Thursday j Through Rail at James lift'rr.oon, j River Bridge B t Items Mr. R .vRaney and Mr. Er j Mrs. Nancy Stider. 00 years Oryan !not Rmt mclud to see Homer 'old. of Norwood. KiJied and Let's all try and expr our; So0(lay afWrDk.n ,ber uaid. i P Sn.r.ason, "Thank Youa o the UKeron -Geor? P. Snider, ar.i h,. wife. Thanksgiving Day. I Erastus Curtis cilloo at Mr - ,. , Cr . , r,d Johnson Items. Mrs Laura Henslee and dau ahters PBuline and Elsie spent Sunday at Lou Campbell's. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Spence dined at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H Henslee Sunday. Miss Audrey Henslee oiled on Miss Juanita Henslee Wed nesday night. Mrs Martha Rowland of Not wood spent the week end at the Lou Campbell home. Mai ve Coday, wite and family took dinner with Mr. and Mrs Jake l v and family Sunday. Mrs. Mary Campbell who has been ill is reported better this w eek Prauk Caps visited atHaive Henslee's Saturday night. Janey Hensley spent Wednes o .ii:....;n i (lay nigtlt Wiin Airs, niennsie Wilsou. Silver Hair. m. a ',r "vth mansiieiu, itiumiunjmIi. Wednesday, Dec. 6t - At 1:30 p. m. Complete Sets of Farm Harness Lap Robes Blankets Lines Bridles Pole Straps Breast airaps Hitch Reins Halters Many Other Harness Parts and Repairs Also Some Auto Accessories England-Brownlow Roy Dennis Auctioneer. V m sv l MU Rosa Miller waS in;l, Harass eaou.j. i(....ai,i G.f,lrii,i i.ovim; .i.ir.! Miss Dellie Barnetl visi denial ork done Those who attended teacher's Association at Ava fron this community were: Mrs. Frank Hrnvloo and Misses Mulle McDona'd, Maul- Dunn, Lily: Benson, Cora Wallace and P-arie ; Broyles j Elhort BroTles. wife aud faui IHrr.adv Abaliei 3 duW U on Whet Uy vi3lted Sunday at the home stone Saturday night and Sun day. i ..... 1. 1 yeaterdiy aft-ruOjn wt.ta :Le intaa-.ooile in which ttiey were Stony Point School Fiiday at ternoon Mrs.Larkand son visited at ,J( thj M b,lC.d over the ' ridin crashed thro Ja. the rail uougias -o.ijinie9r,ver. Mrs Strunks' in Stnday. j Theaccid;nt iKicured atout i Misses Florence aud Maggie j miles southeast of here, and tlie Fletcher visited at their unclelcar fell to the ..river bank, pin niog the occup.iuts of th car THANKSCIMNG SPECULS WE ARE THANKFUL To our many friends and pal rons, and hope fur a continual ion of your business. Our redaction sale is still go ing on, come and see our many bargaics tet..re you tuy yonr go'-ds. W. T. N0RCROSS A TKX.4S WOMDEK. For kidney and bladder trouble gravel. ea and lame bacx, rheuma tism and irregularltle of the kid Bey and bladder. Sold by your drugigst; Dv mU. Small j bottU often curei. Send tor wora teitinioalaia. Dr. E. W. Hall. Mi Juve St.. St. Lout. Mo. Sold oj j lruut AaTertlsioent j I How Fres It h a pleasure to go ta your cakfc-tK.ci when you hava baked with ROYAL Caking Powder because it ia Li the nature of a pure Cream or Tartar Baking Powder to keep baked foods fresh. This means a real economy and is juat one ot a hundred reasons why careful house keepers insist upon Royal Baking Powder. Some other are; It Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste of Allen Broyle s Charley Miller is ou the sick list at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Walser and Mr. and Mrs. James Oile visited Sunday at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs Ctias Walser There will be a dinner and program at Rock house school on Thanksgiving day. EIhc Briiy visited Mundy night with Howard Broyles underneath. George Snider, J r. 4 years old, and Alice Bernice Snyder, b months old weie onlj slightly bruised. J. P. Snider was driving the uar, according t'i his statement last night, and as he made a turn t.t tlio h.miL in i-icss the bridge. Pi.pe and daunhier Avis visiud . )js syJ (;uorfc, Suider bei.-ame relative.s at Cold Springs. S.it Hdrmei an,i grabbed the steer urdav night aud Sunday. jn w.,. causing him to contin- Miss Pearl Thompson spent the day Sunday with Nergie; Jackson. Mr. Bill Shores wife and I daughter Thelma, aud Mrs. Toin Two Rats for Every Human Being Statistics show there are rats to each man wan, woman and child, 'In the L'. S. Kach rat costs $2 00 or more uer yen r, to feed. Think of the damago done by rats ach year. Think what rata are cht ng you. NO MO RATS CAKE ihsitively kills them and iu'i nullifies the on cast so there's no smell. Keadv to use. No mixing: with other food. 80c 60c and il 25 sizes Guaranteed aud sold by, Fusoo Drug Co., Mansbild P. M. Huffman, Norwood. Harvey Fletcher and Hichird Shores callyd on Amos Jackson Sunday afternonu The body of Old L'tn le Hil y 0ens was brought here from Lebanon; where he has resided fur nenrlv 2 years, for burial Friday. He was takeu to his daughter's Mrs. Bb Kauey's Friday night. :ud funn there Saturday to Ins son's Mr. Hill Owen's near Whetstone. The rem i-s were laid to rest iu the Oak Grove Cermtry Sunday tie was one of the hl -t ofd set tiers in this part of the country. l-'oruiiiiy jeaishe li ed near Whe'stone. he had lived several years uear Mtn Grove, arid was .i lesidentof N'orwocid for t few veai s l' fore Uiovjug U L.'banou. We are forcibly reminded that "the meloncholy days are .ime" bj the amount of gold-n h-aves died inliS'-rlmately a (out. II "father's oride and mother's Joy" will direct half -tin? energy M displays iu a game of "shm Ins" to rake up the aforesaid lasrsssnd burning or otherwise destroying them it will take bout 24 hours to make thelawm. about town present a marked difference in their appearance VYes t Com mercUlSt. In New Towu YOU SAVE WHEN YOU TRADE HEBE 1 .... at n .,., an. .tjili tfirwtncrh the guard fail at tl.e east s.de of urst' the bridge Tne far struck the ground Just a few feet fiom the river Springfield Kepui lican. Cedar Gap Meeting. The revival bein conducted at Cedar Gap by Missionary John F. Killian is progressing tine There has been large crowds, good interest, and four con ver sions up to date, Everyone is invited to come and help in the campaign for Yours Respectfully, Mrs L R Mm l is No Hunting Notice. I You are fierebs notified V not , tium or trespass vn the follow in farms: M. H Barlo. E. A. Starck. B F Veit. J B Wismsu. V C. Shafer. C A Edwards. Wca. C. Johnson. W. 0 Williams. Chas Myers. A. J. Wilder. Mrs C. A. Durnell. C. Bv Harrison. S. E Spence Roger L. Williams. Geo. Dewhirst Ji'hn W. Brentliuger. Mrs. Neva Baker. J. E Greenwood and son. W M Huggans. J. W. Rowley. W. T. Adell, Names added to this lint foi Jfn'ts the season. In Sad and Loving Memory Of Laura Wilson who depai ted IhiH life to b with Je-us, Nov ember 12, 1 1 . She was loving and k nd to all td.e met She has gone to enter the pearly gales. Gone, to be with us no more, where the savior fimih-s a welcome, and biJ her enter the ooen dixr. e miss her voic How Not To Take Cold. Some peis. .ii are subject to frequent folds, while others seldom, if ever, have a cold You wdl find that the latter take good care of themselves. They take a .shower or odd upoiiye l.athevery day in ft warm room, avoid over h -hted rnoiiis, sleep with a window opeu or partly open, avoid excesses, I'Vcr eat ing, hecoinin v-r heated aud then chilled and getting the feet wi-t Then, w hen I hey feel the tlr-.l indication of a cold, they take ( hamberlnin's Cough He uifdy without dflay and it is "oon over. Fourth Class Postmaster Examination. . The United States Civil Service Commission hni aniionnced an examination to he held at Mtn Grove, Mo on Jan t), 1923 as a so sweet and kind, aud the smile result ol which it is expected to she ever wore, lis a comf:.it to i make i-ei tihVatiou tuhiil aeon know he is wailiug for us upon j templaied vn-aucy iu t'.e posifi tlie golden shore Sadly missed 'ou of fourth i las-j postmaster at by paps and mamma Bryant and other vacancies as KELP THE KIDNEYS Mansfield Readeis Are Leauiiug The Wb). U'i the lltllo kidney Ills The lame, weak or aching hark . The unnolloed urinary UUoideiu That mav lead to drouuy uod Brlf M's disease Whfii the kidneys are weak. HvlD them with Doan'a Kidney PIIU. A leoiedy ef.pfclally fur weak kid nevs Ask your neighbor. Doan'a haw heen lined in kidney troubles for fU years. Endorsed by 60,000 people en dorsed by citizens ot this locality. Mis Joel Calor, E. Main St., Cabool, Mo., says: "Typhoid fever left Diy kidneys in a weakened con dition and I became all run down until I was in miserable shape. My woise complaint wad a dull, constant backache and I could hardly straight en alter hendln. I had seveie dls zy spelts and felt languid and tired out moat of the time. I heard about Doan's Kidney fills and fnt ji.me The flrn box helped nre very much and i continued uetng them umi! en tirely cuifcd " Pike 6uc at all dealeis Don't ilu.bly ak foi a kidney remedy iei Doan'a Kidney Pills the same mat Mrs Caylor had Foster Mil r...,n ,-v. Mfn . ButfaU, N Y Adv Uo 3. OPENING DAY To my Farmer friends and all. We wish to announce that the Willow Springs CrWy Co. wUl open a Cream and Produce Station in the Bakery building in Mansfield on Dec. 1, 1922. Your patronage will be ap preciated. W. I. SMITH, Mgr. MANSFIELD, MO. A Christmas Gift to Readers of this Newspaper Read Every Word of this Important Announcement: FREE- Silk Hose I'lO THE LADIES- -We know you would like to have a oair of tin celebrated "Worldbeetei " Silk Hose and. lr far YOIT Itv arterial arrangement with the manufacturer we are able to offer our lad.y customers a pair of " World beetrr" Guaran teed Silk Hose without a cent of cost to them as a Christmas Gift to our much appreciated , 1.1 ...;,i . .i... n.., ,.f u.,..-.......i.i eil-rolliers Will) reHlUH iiumn:e ui um vii.,y hi iiipiimiiriu. ( WORLDBEETER" GUARANTEED SILK HOSE The Hosiery With a Conscience. Thin U the well.known trade-mat ked Brand of Silk Hosierv tKat vou aee advertia- ed in Magazines everywhere-the celebrated "Worldbeeter" Silk Hose that is so much in demand and which gives nurh universal satisfaction. FHh REPS DRY GOODS COMPANY, to show its appreciation of its out-of-town customers will i I I .1 .. t 't.l,lU .." QML U Lr. give eaun reuuvr 01 hub ucniiaici p.n u. nunuumci kiiik i iosc as a vnrisi mas present. Remember, this offer is to our lady customers residing outside of SprinKf.eld ONLY. Ili'iUr Ti i fllTT VMfTt; tPUkli'.- Iliini l.liln nl vi il Unn.nt ia . tweeti uuw ami licet inber 'J:j, or If you do not tind it convenient to come to Spi inKfiehl just clip the adveriinmenl from thin papfr mill send it In by mall with nn older for not less than $." wi.rlh of iiifichaiulWe, and you will get a pfilmf "Wot hlheeter" (hmranteed Silk Hose Bbnoiiielv l''KKK hViiiHiiiber, at KKI'M, th Hl Hnpulur r'rico Dry UooUa aud Toy Store of Spi inyUeld Hip Nture thatalway Have you Money. REPS DRY GOODS COMPANY. "ON THE SQUARE" SPRINGFIELD, MO. T user J v