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All the Newt All the Time. .VOL. L MANSFIELD, WRIGHT COUNTY. MISSOURI, FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1 1909. NO 2T - SUBSCRIPTION fljOO PER YEAR. A Better Town,-Nore Advantages, Comforts end Conveiences, Int rrd a second elas matter Octob rtX 1UQ8, at the postoftlre at Man- field. Ma.,uDdfrthActofMixhX,18:9. H. B. DAVIS, EdiUr and Prop'r ak! ftOitff ftliel! oo We Have It oo Come And See! We also have a lew hundred suits of clothes, and a few other articles to show you when you come. , These Goods were bought V And We will sell them Right Right Smed ley's In Grand Army Buiding. Local News, eoo A Good Plaoe to do Your Bankipg Business The farmers and Merchants oo BANK oo MANSFIELD, MO O R. J. Freeman O Will loan Money onJJRealJ Estate at 1 to 5 years. Writes Insurance and makes .Collections. Office at 0 0 Bank of Manafleld. The Bank of Mansfield l the old reliable Bank, and is a 6a fe place to do your Bank ing. This Bank paid all of its checks in currency during panic of '07-W Capital $25000.00 Suiu $8000.00 " . Undivided ProHts We pay Interest on time deposits. G. W. Freeman, , . R. J. Freeman Pbjcs. Cash. J. D Reynolds went to Springfield Tuesday evening. " Rheumatic poisons art quickly and surely drlveji out of the blood with Dr. Slioop's Rheumatic Remedy liq uid or tablet form. Dr. Slioop's book let on Rheumatism plainly and Inter estingly tells jut bow this is done. Tell some sufferer of this book, or bet ter still, write Dr. Snoop, Racine, Wis. for tbe book and free test samp les. Send no inouev. JuhI loin with Dr. bhoopand Bite some sufferer a pleasant surprise. Sold by Henry Co- Rey. J. A Russell of Ilnrtvllle who had been in attendance upon tbe Springfield presbytery last week, pass ed through our city Monday morning, on his way homeward. Read the pain formula on the, box of Pink Pain Tablets. Then ask your Doctor If there is a better one. Pain means congestion, blood press ure somewhere. Dr. Snoop's Pink Palo Tablets check head pains, worn aly pain, pain anywhere. Try one and see! JO fur 25c Sold by Henry Coday. Tuesday morning, Judge Bertram wan compelled to pas sentence uuon twn unfortunate and misguided boys who pleaded guilty to the charge of riding the "blind". tlO and cone may seem a little severe, but this seems a case where further forbearance would be, not virtue, but weakness. J. E. Craig returned to bis home at Odin last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs- B. B. llylton and Master Leman, their youngest son, passed through Manstield Monday.on their way to New Plymouth, Idaho, where they will pass the summer in viewing tbe great West and visiting two sons of Mr. Hylton. Frank M. Young strayed up to Springfield last Saturday. J. N Craig of the Frisco informs us that for the present year there have arrived at the Lriscn Station in this city fourteen carloads of Immigrant outfits; one in January; six in Febrn ary: five in March; and two in April, J. A. Davis of Elk City, Okla. came last Saturday ' to visit his brother George who lives on the Gasconade Mack Davis who vlalted his brother G. K., Sunday mud Monday, reports that the oonditlon of bis brother Is n it very encouraging. . Monday morning, tbe residence of B, E. Bogart a uill wnt of town, caught fire and hi a short time burn ad to the ground. Only a small nan of the contents were saved. DIRECTORY COUNTY CFFICERS Any lady reader of this ppr receive, on request, a clever "No. Drin" O-ifTiut St miliar rVmn,.r nrll. ege, from Dr. Snoop, Racine, Wla. It is silver plated, very pretty, and posi tively prevents all dripping of tea or coffee. The Doctor sends It. with his new free book on "Health Coffee'- slm ply to Introduce this clever substit ute for real coffee. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee lacalnlnir Its ereat Don- ularlty because: first, Its exquisite taste and flavor; second, Its absolute healthfulness; third, its economy 25c; foutib, Its convenience. No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling. " Made lu a .minute" says Drv ShnoD. Try it as your grcer's, for a pleasant surprise. Sold by all Grocers.' Tuesday, P. W. Newtou unloaded a car of mowers and takes. , ! x Miss Mattle Pearson of Mountain is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. G, Mensley. The old fashioned wsy of dosing a weak Stomach, or stimulating tbe Heart or Kidneys s all wrong, Dr. Shoop first pointed out this error. Tbia ls why bis prescription -Dr. Slioop's Restorative is directed en tirely to the cause of these ailments the wean Inside or controlling nerves. It Isn't so difficult, says Dr. Shoop, to strengthen a weak Stomach, Heart or Kidneys if one goes at It correctly Each inside organ has Its controlling or Inside nerve. When th;se nerves fall then those organs must surely fal ter. These vits I truths aie leading druggl8U,every where to dispense and recommtnd Dr. Suoou's Restorative. Test it a few days, and see! Improve aient will promptly and surely follow Sold by Henry Coday. - Hepresentatlve Presiding Judge Probate! Judge Judge Nenh Diet. Judge South Dlst. Clerk will County ircuu tiers: R. n, TJanaoo ' J. VY. Allen Wm. Mlckle Richard Rayburn W. K. Long J. A Russell JT. Blackwell Recorder N. L - Richardson Prosecuting AttjArthurjP. Curtis. Sheriff Wm. S.;.Wood Assesor CA. Stephens. Treaauerer D C, Carter Coroner Surveyor , M. II. Williams School Commissioner E. J Knight CHURCHES . PRESBYTERIAN Church holds services at 11 a. ui. and 7:30 p. m. on Fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday School every Sunday 10 a m z . J. A, Russell, Pastor. METHODIST Church holds ser vices at 11 a. in. ana 7:30 p. m. on First and Third Sunday of ench mouth Sunday School every Sunday 10 a. m. H. D. Jones, Pustor. Msyor, Police Judge City Mar.hal City Clerk City Attorney N.S.Miller . J J. D. Reynold S. S. llertram Roe St,roug .JohnjW. Braieal N. J. Craig - City Treqsurei Aldkhuan. N. S. Miller, James Coday, W. II. Moore, John W. Braieal. LODGES. I. O. O. F. Lodge No. lis meets oo 2nd. and 4th Saturday nights In each month. George Tripp. . Noble Grand; n. K. Smadley, VlceGraad John W. Braxeal ' Secretary James Ooday -Treasurer REBECCA II Lodge meets 1st. 'and 3rd Wednesdav nights of each month. Mrs. Mollis Hensley, Noble Grand. Miss Maude Reynolds, Secretary, M. W. A. MansOeld Camp No. 3144 meet Int. and 3od. Saturday .nights of each month. ' J. B. Freeman. Turn Slate. Henry Dennis, Clerk. .,. Consul . Advisor. N. S. Miller Banker Bargain Column. Sun bonnets? Dp you want a sun bonnett or an apron? The Ladies Aid of Baptist Church make tiptop ones for 15 cts. each. Plain sewing also solicited. G. W. Campbell has moved to the Blanche Anderson cottage. Mrs. Scott Coday started for St. Louis Monday. Mr. and Mm. James' Shin- paugh of Nickerson, Kausas came last Saturday for a two- weeks' visit with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Rippee, Mrs. Naupy Ann Rippee, and her danghters, Misses Frona and Ora, drove out to the Mar tin Gaskill- cemetory last Tues day and repaired and decorated the graves of relatives. The ladles of the Baptist Church met with Mrs. Haml ton Wednesday afternoon and organized an Aid Society. Mrs. Hamilton was elected President; Mrs Fulllngton. Vice-pres ident; Mrs. Laura Miller, Secretary. and Mrs. Mary Dennis,' Treasurer. 18,000 00 to loan on Improved firm from I to 5 years time. N. J. Craig. See Fulllngton for Furniture,' Wall Paper, Carpets and Rugs. - J ut Received 200 bu. Texas Red seed oats. 80c. For Sale by; J. B. Freeman. See the?blg Lot of Fenca Freeman St Miller are selllnar That is th kind of Feuce fiat standi the test. Just Received, a fine line of Mould ing For Picture Frames.- W. B. Fullmgton, Goto Fulllntfton,' for your Second hand Furniture. He carries It as a side line and will sell It right. -The rarmars &;Merchanrs Bank of Massfleld, go. pays Interest on 'line deposits. Just received. -a full line of felt mattresses. W. B. Fulllngton. This week I am offering uraat bar gains In Davenports. W. B. Fuillneton. LastS.rturday Mr. and Mrs. A J. Wilder took In tha sights of Spring-Meld. ROYAL NEIGHBORS meets-everr 2nd ao1 4th Tuesday evenlngs-of.eacik n.onth. Laura Miller, Oracle. Maggie Reynolds, Vice Oracle. Grace Ronnell, tecorder. Belle Braxeal, Receiver. A, F. and A.' M. MansOeld Lodte. No. 643 meets every. Wednesdar ulirht on or before tbe full moon of each month. C. A. Stephens, W. M. N. N. Nichols, Socretary R. A.M. MansOeld .Cliaptar meets 2nd Saturday evening of each. month M. W. Oliver, nigh Priest. N. N. Nichols, Secretary. EASTERN STAR Mansfield Chap, ter No. "6 meets 1st. and 3rd. Friday evenings.cf each mouth. Mr. A. J. Wilder, Worthy:,Matron. N. N. Nichols, Secretary --G. W. Freeman a Son have recelv ed and are showing the Largesf.Llne or Sprng Clothing Dres;G( ods Shoes and Furnishing Goods everhown In Mansfield. Call and ask to see them. The Farmers & Merchants Bank of Maosfield, is a good place to do you ' banking. The directors are P. Wr Newton, J. D. Reynolds, Dr. F. B Fusou.and N. J.Cralg.i - " W. B Fulllngton has just received a new line of fine Rockers. -Try the Acme Alfalfa Meal. $1.35 a hundred. Secretary F. D. Coburo of the Kansas Department of Agricult-' lire says, "The leaves of a Jon of Al- falfa properly cured, equals In rotcin. 2800 lbs. of wheat bran. v J. B.Freeniao. Colo L. O. Nelder went to West Plains Tuesday morning' . The first carload of Ice was shipped In Monday morning. It came from Mouotalo Grove and was fur the firm of Newti n & Oliver. Come and See for Yourself if i ai sssa I pi f fa an. ; T am just back from St. Louis with the largest Bankrupt Stock ever brought to Mansfield. Come and see our goods and get our prices. There is no substitute for personal inspection. Out Tocex Ws ?0 lbs. best granulated sugar for. 15c Coffee per lb. .. .. 20c " Silk soap per bar , Good broken rice per pound No. 3 tomatoes per can.. . No. 2 Iowa corn 4 M 3 California L. C. peaches per can. 1 lb. can Lay tun lumber Baking Powder.. lb. Pkg. Defiance Starch. Syrup -1 Gallon Can, per can . Good Baking soda 2 Iba. for ... . - Best Nayy Beans per lb Best Soda crackers per lb. .. .' Flour-High Patent hard and soft wheat at $3.10 per hundred. i ...... $1.00 10c 12 ic 3c 4c 8o 7c 15c 8c 7c 35c ' 30c 5c 5o 7c Here we'have many fine bargains. We have a groat variety of the standard brands including the Hamilton Brown, RobertvJohnson-.Rand, Courtney, Friedman-Shelby, Peters and many others. All were bought at sacri fice prices and you get the benefit of our purchase. We include all classes of shoes from dainty slippers to boys' and mens' brogans. , If you need shoes of any kind be sum to see some of the bargains we offer. Come and see the shoes, they will speak for themselves. C0UTV$ Here we offer you the benefits of our good success in securing a fine bargain. You can. Select from a large stock. See our'men's all wool suits from $2X0 lo $6.50 worth from $5 to $12.00. Mens' and boys' hats at 50c on the $1 00. A great variety of Dress Goods of all kinds. You will b sure to find some good bargains In our Fu rnishing Goods. Armstrong Building West Side Square Robinetfs BANKRUPT STORE MANSFIELD, HO. Try us for genuine bargains: I rsn-trirTTsaMB 7