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All the Time. Pr the People " " Town anu County VOL. I. MANSFIELD, WRIU UT COUNTY. MISSOURI. FRIDAY. MARCH: X 1909. so - 8UB3a3IPTI0N $1.00 PER YEAR. A Better Tows, ?!ore ridvatages, Comforts anil Ccnveiilenccs, Eniprtd a sciud class miner O-tub r 23. Uifl. at the p tl iftVe t Mt lie Id. II u., under the Act uf.Marcb 3,1379. II. P. DAVIS. Editor and Prop'r YOU COHE CLOSE AND SEE! 3C Bv snecial efforts we're striving to convince those who don't know that Robinett's Bankrupt Storey's the place. to ferade and save money. Our merchandise is right, StocctUs 20 lbs. best grauulated sugar for 15 c. Cofiee per lb. 20 c. 44 Silk soap per bar Good broken rica per pound No, 3 tomatoes per can..... I No. 2 Iowa corn " " 3 California L. C. poaches per can 1 lb. can Lay ton tumbler Baking Pwd. I lb. Pkg. Defiance Starch Syrup-I Gallon Can, per can J ' " Good Baking Soda, 2 lbs. for, Best Navy Bean per lb Bost ooda crackers per lb Your patronage solcited, ROBIN ETT'S BANKJtlFPT STOEE I LocaFNews. U. W. Coday spent Monday Hi Springfield. Tuesday, Train No 3 was some live huurslate.arrlviiig at 2:p m. Startling uo mil events of great Hitcirstarc a little ftw. Tlilconl westlier seems to declare for much fruit in the coming autumn. Master John Robert Smedley has ac cepted a position with W. II. Morgan. Sunday afternoon It. L. Handy was the guest of J.. A. Short. f 13,0JJ Ou toliarf on improved farm from 1 to 5 years time. N. J. Cratjf. Miss Mabel Uoblnett madcahusl n ss trip to tipringoe'.d last Filday. Miss Jessie Craig was a guest of the Campbell home last Sunday. Croup positively stoppid In iOmln utei, wltu IV.Sjijp's On ij ili n edy. One test alone, will surely prove this truth. No vomiting, no distress. A safe aud pleasing syrup-joc. Sold II.- Coday. R. B. Holers went to Bannervillo 'Arkansas, Monday morning, as relief agent for a few weeks. Snyder Craig went to Rogersville Wednesday foraf3wdays visit with his grandmother, Mrs. L. J. Hender son. Charles Edwards has moved from the W. F. Stone property to the G.VV Freeman cottage on Mill street. Freeman & Miller have Just unload-1 ed another car of wagons and busies Have you a pain of any kind, and where? Stop jost a minute and hlnk! It matters not whether it be womanly pains, head pains, or r.ny kind of a pain, one of Dr. Shoop's lit tle Pink Pain Tablets will surely stop It In 20 minutes. Formula plainly printed ou the 2Tc. tox. Sold by , Henry Coday. Tuesday the Mansfield Marble and Granke Works received a carload of 20 tons of Phoenix limestone. Elder John Taylor of Arkansas will preach at the G. A. B Hall next Suncay at 7:30 p. m. All are cordial ly luvlted to attend. The Tarmars & Merchants Dank ef Maisficld, Mo. pay Interest ou time deposits. S J .'Pearl of Elk city, Okln. who pur chased the George r.ranstettar f-inn some nine miles 'northwest of town has taken possession of the premises and Is now a bona fide resident of Wright county.- The Farmers & Merchant's Hank of Mansfield, is a pood place to do your banking The directors tr L w Newton, J. I). Reynolds, Dr. F, B Fusou.and N. J.Craig. Last Friday the high water of the Gartcmtade shortened rural route No. 3 some ten miles.allowing the carrier to reach homo at noon, Sl.QO 10 r, 12 c 3c 4c 8o 7c 13c 8c 7c 33 c 20 c 5 c . 5 c 7c See Fullingt.oti for Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets aod Rugs. Oscar Coday Is at work for his un cle, DC ( l:ixton, some four miles west of Hai tvllle. J. E, Craig of Odin came Tuesday morning for a short itayv with his brother N. J' W. G. Reynolds of Macomb marie our city a hurried business call Tues afternoon. . , r C.E Dudley returned from Kansas city Monday morning. lie reports tl at the unit In which he was culled asawl'ues resulted in a verdict for the street car company. Who woulden't give 2. cents to stop a pain 2o times? Just one little "Pink Pain Tablet" Dr. Shoop's will slop any pain iu 20 miuutes. sure! Read the formula on the box. Doctors say It curt he bettered. Checks womanly pains, head pains, any pain, tah ets 23c. Sold by II. Coday. Former Prosecuting Attorney, J. W. jaekson, of riartville visited our city a few minutes Tuesday morning, being enroute for Ava. Arthur Newton of Plttsburg.Kan., a cousin of P.W. and E.E., readied ourcity Monday night and will spend the next month In calling upon li is many Iriends and relatives. He has been absent from Wright couuly some nine yeers. Nothing In the way of a Comth Is quite so annoy ing as a tickling, tens ing, wheezing, . bronchial Cough. The quickest relief conies perhaps from a prescription known to Drug gists everywhere us Dr. Snoop s CoUKh Remedy And besides, It Is so: thoroughly harmless that mothers give It with perfect stfety even to the vounirest bibes. Tim ten ter leaven of a simple mountain shrub, give to Dr. Sh.xip's Couifli- Remedy its re markable curative effect. A f w days' test will teli Sold by Henry Coday. Uncle .lord in McMillenha bcn in our city nearly a week calling upon our friends and relatives. Sundiy e-vrn'rg the Athletec Quin tette Misses Daiiy Freeman, Sopha Freeman. Lulu II itchcock, clara cav in,aud Elsa Nichols walked up to ce dar Gap. Married, at the home of the bride's; J. Winter. Agent liurney gave up father, W S. Gaskill'Mareh 2l,by the ' the attempt, and suuulit the assls: Iev. Andrew Ross, Mr. James Brewer! ar.ee of Mr. Perkins. After' some fur and Miss Minnie (iaskill. Resides'tliej ther efforts the animal was secured immediate relatives of the bilde and ; Fridat morning and Is now In the pos groom.t he following guests were pres- session of the much delighted owners, cut: Misses clellie Smllli and .liiniej Among the apolntees of the late M. Breweti Messrs Preston Jnhnson, j g conference are tliesi : J. W. Slush Fred Dennis, Otto Tarbut ton, and !ori n;lrlvl;le j(- j(lt,es, Seymour Barney Murphy. jand Manileid. H. A. Mitchell, Mono- NtMii's.Riirnev who H visiting at , lain Grove. II. F. Miller, Ava. J. W. the home of the Frisco A.g.mt was c 'tiled ta Springfield last Friday but returned Saturday night. Uncle Silas Ripple is improving the pleasant weather by a daily drwe to his farm where he lakes the lead as a regular farm hand; Subscribe for t!ie PRESS il. Hsrxiltcn Brown, Courtuey, Roberts, Johnson-Rand, Peters, Friedman-Shelby Shoe Co. at unheard of pi ices H. B. CoV Pat, leather for men S 5.00 kind - - - f3.50 II. B. ' American Lady J ... $5 0) 2.15 Calf caps blu. for men $2 kind for $1.53 l. B. co's Aineiranctlf cap 'hoys' $1.73 kind for 1.20 H. B. Co's Pinekuot, Ladies SI. 75 for - - - ' 1.20 " Misses 1,25 kiud for - 90 Courtuies Eigh Grade .Electric and & Victoria iu Patent and Vici leather Ladies ;i.30 kind for $2 28 Friedmsu-blielby- Indies Vici Pat. Tip hlu. $2 for 1.2 Peters High Grade Pateut Loathe $!1 00 kiud for 1.30 Men's work Shoes $2 30 kiud for . - 1.5S Women's button &hn-o huaTy grain shoos $1.23 kind, 7c Boys brogaus per pair 50c Men's ' " ' 70c Misses & children's shoos at bargains from 33c per p'r up -Try the Acme Alfalfa Meal. H.33 h inrired. Secretary F. D. Coburn ol the Kansas Department of Agricul lire says, "The leaves of a ton of Al falfa properly cur -il, qiials in protel 2800 lbs. of wheat bran. .1. li.Freeamn. -G. W. Freeman a Son have r ceiv ! ed and are showing the Largest Line of Spring Clothing Dress Goods Shoes aud Furnishing Goods ever shown in Mansfield. Call and.a-k to see them. Fortiry now against the Grip It conies every season sure! Prevent les thf little Can fly Cold Cure Tablets-offer in this respect a nu si cer tain and dependable -afeguard. Pre verities, at the ''sneeze stiige"wlll; hs well, also surely head o!T all common colds. Rut promptness Is all import ant. Keep Preventiesin the pocko or purse; for Instant use. Box of 4S for 23c Sold by Henry Coday i Mr.J.R. Qulifley of S-d illa rcaelvd Manstleld Thursday nkht. He is In hopes of beginning active work upon the Electric Line within ten days. Mrs. Will Harrison started for lllanehard, Oklahoma, Thursday morning, where Dr. Harrison las lo cated. -Just Received 2i0 liu. Texas Red seed oats. HOc. For Sale by J. R. Freeman. f.Oi CAIIFGENIA! This week Uncle Tom Il'ppee lias as guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. li. Wayne, and tlieir loster son, G. JO. Perkins, all of Coinsa California. These people h ive been in California some .seven teen years but ate now seeking a lo- cat ion in theO.irks. Thev formerly lived in Missouri, but went to Modoc1 county California in 13'.)2, where they lived until one year ago. when they moved lo the Sacremenlo Valley. They tell many good things uf Cali fornia, but pieter the Ozurksasa pe: inanetit location. Willi them, they brought by ex press a tine acid valuable s.ag hound. By some means the animal es-caped from the agents of the bx press comp any and lias beetr ranging the country abtut Manstleld for some three or four days. Ills capture was quite ('.if ticulc. After vainly employing t he best detective force of the city includ Iiik tl. e experts Louis Quigley-und A. Needham, Marsh Held. II K Smeuiey, Ceo.TrirP.Jam' s t o day, Levi Freeman and John Branca 1 attended the Odd I'elh ws Lodge at cedar Gbp Wednesday wi iig. Miss Maude Reynolds, and Mrs W. II. BnikHOfMitcm l:, went to .Srr'rg Ucla W(.d..csu-y truing. Obitary Rev. William S. Dennis was oni in Hon no county Tennessee February 2(3, 1S31. He was married to Mary Burlro October I s." 1. To this ution was born 14 children. On October fl, 1S52 he profess - ed a Hone in Christ and has ron-l I timitidy led a consistent Christ ianlif1. On October 1). 1.30 lie with his family .started from T nn. to Missouri locating first in Camden County where he liv ed until .January 18T57 whop, he moved to Wnrht County living here until his death. License to preach tho Gospel was planted Bro. Dennis Octob er 0, 1H)7'iiuiI Hfl was ordained October'.), JW, In the year 18;i dentil claimed his wife, December 23 lSb3 he married Nancy Erwin to which tTniou was given 5 children, Bro. Dennis had been idoiitilit d with the Missionary Baptists from H 52 until his der.th and never fail ed to servo them" faithfully earn estly contending for the Faith once delivered to the Saints and died strong in the Faith March 20 WJ and was. laid to rest in the Dennis cemetry. Brother Diitmis leavusa widow, live sons live da lighters and a Host of uel atives and Friends. J. W. B. Tbert k a envious combUalton tr a Tast Itaciibrldn Msa. It la pri trrt!y a mejtta. wWch raaaanrea, on fcM twa tio esound, 1J feet Incbw Ju SttcwSwHM. IHflocn feet l'rta k4 btm4 Csi- ar one or Vrj btrca JmJ (pcvrlM. and hlsfear cp ara rn rttit and ruspbarry buabea, which bai Vlt aack yeaK If s Surprising what improvmcnts can be made about the house by the use of a little paint here and there. Old chairs, old cupboards, old tables and dingy woodwork painted with I The SHEnm-WlLLUb'S Paints can chaxge thr trtole toe a tl the home. A different paint for ecch pur pose. Tell us what you want to paint and we'll tell you the right psict to us. COLOR CADSAT prices are absolutely the lowest. i!2 50 Suits, in Gray worsted, all wool for ' $7.50 10.00 Suit in checks at 5.50 10 G. A. R. Blue suits 5.50 J7 50 stripe worsted suits 4 00 12.00 wool suits for men ij to$l0 value now 12 50 to 3.50 Children's wool suits. 4 to 16 yrs. from 1.23 to.... 2.50 Dry Goods ((lulyFiitiiiitiia Our prices are equally low ia these lines. WEST SIDE SQUARE MANSF1KLD, MISSOURI. Annual School Meeting Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of District No. 10, Township No, 2s( iia0ge x0 13, County of Wright, State of Missouri, that the Annual School Meeting of said District l. I, ..1.1 - . r44.... - T XT XT ,:,'" uc "clu au ulutw Ul 's ou Tuesday, the 6 day of April, 11)01), commencing at 7 a. m, and among other thiu gs specified by the law, the follow ing will be proposed and con-, sidcred; 1st. To vote upon a proposition to issue $-150U.0O bonds for the purpose of building a school house. itid.To change boundary line betweeu DisulOand 17, begining. , , , at the N. W. corner of the N. h. 1 of the N. E. i of Sec. 33, Twp. 2S Li, 13 tunuing West with the !Sec, line to the N. W. corner of said sc. thence to the S. W, corner of the N. W. of the N. W. i. 3rd to increase estimate for school purposes. 4th. -to elect two members of the school board for a term of three years each. M. O. Uensley District Clerk. This 17tli day of March 1UC9.- Thieatening feverishness with chd dren l q iickly and safely calmed by Piv.euUcs. These little Candy Cold Cure Tablutb should always heat hand fur promptness Is" a!l-lnipjrt-ant. Preveiitlcs cunlaiu no quinine, otbiog liar-h or sickening. Tuey are Indeed, "the stitch in time ' Curled iu pocket, or purse, Preven tics are a keuuiue safeguard against Colds, 23c Sold by Henry Coday. PtfUflHlAb Chiietlna XUiaon h9 two of k rooms la Madrid oeecratcd la n lit er Corel fasklon. The rrsachk-nrTr ti yapered Ttth loaves of ir.ustn fr.-Tj t aperna la which lit tiirj, i.l i' lining reus wl'ii tho h il t.'.ia t"i tas collected la ter tou. ttr..ji 'A f14 lets. A Good Place to do Vo -r IT- d-Wxr Ihjf'-pf , - The Farmers smJ Herclients BANK g MflNSHELD, - - - - f!0 foods pected Ceaver. "Sence I tol' you 'bout the ol' man havin' a blind tiger in a walkln'-atlck on' gettin' kotched up with," said the old lady, "he's been keepla' unusual quiet ain't even kicked the house cat or tried to raise the roof. 'Pears like it win a lesson that done him good, but It's like to cause him to move out the aettlenjent, fer Deacon Jones, who seen the llcker spilled outen the walk-In'-stlck, spread it all over, an' sence that, ef you shake a walkin'-btlck at the ol' man he hunts for klver' Just takes to the woods. I dunno what new scheme he'll try to work to hide It hereafter; he bought him a beaver hat t'other day, an' I'm auspicious that it's got a false Inside to It, an' that thar'a somethln' like half a gallon hid In the top of It whar his bald fiead orter be. I hain't had much of a chance to Investigate, kaze the ol' man never lets that beaver out o' his sight, .but the other day, when I was a-goln' through the settln'-room I tapped It "y, un'v my 1?dfie?t lt dldn t ring as holler as what a beaver hat orter. So as x 8Rld bc.foM rre got my susplclona, an' I ain't goln' to rest till I satisfy 'em. It's my firm an onfallhi' boilers that there's a blind tiger In the top o' that new beaver hat!" Atlanta Constitution. Alaika'i Hidden Treasures. Alaska hns more gold than ever had California, Australia or South Africa; It has more copper than 20 Buttei; lt has moro hard coal than Pennsylvania, and it hns mom tin than Wales. ' The hay that rots on its tundras and plains would fatten all the cattle that ronni upon the prairies of Kansas, Ok lahoma and Texas. And there the wild, fertile, untouched plains and valleys await the ax. the spade, the plow and the reaper of half a million American farnieis nnd gardeners. And yet this virgin empire remains virtu ally landlocked for noarly 1.000 miles along Its Faclflc coast. For a distance of nearly 100 miles from the coast In land the country la so ruwed that it Is almost cs cheap to bul'd a rail road as a wagon read. The great river system of this empire flows northward into sas ice-locked for seven months of the year. The heart of this wonder land Is close to all the great poBsIbl channels of commerce, except rail roads, which must be built tn the Im mediate future, yea, which are now be ing actually constructed from Its Ice free Pacific harbors. -Review of R-rlewa.