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All tht Newf All tht Time. For the People Torn inu County TOL. L MANSFIKLD, WRIGHT COUNTY. MISSOURI. FEIDAT, JUNE 4 lttfl. NO S5 CB80RIPTION IUD0 PEK YEAR. A Better Town, Flore Advantages, Comforts fad Convenienccs,Ss m Mcocd-clu matter Octob H. B. DAYIS. Editor and Prop L at the pott ofl!o at Man- ucder IbsActoi Marsh 1,1871. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMOOOOOOO ft . o ft o PRESS:! . i ai I o 0 8 o o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 8 0 0. 0 0 0 Robinets Bankrupt Store 1 UNDERBUY and UNDERSELL) GROCERIES Best Cane Oraoulated Sugar 20 pounds j QQ for " Gee Whlx Coffee 2 pounds for Best Crackers per pound MUllgan Havy Beans per - pound Broken Bice, per Pound Best Soda 2 pounds for Best Iowa Sweet Corn per Can Silk Soap per Bar Signal Twist Tobacco, 3 twists for ' Star Tobacco per . pound Search Light Matches, J Boxe s for Lay ton Baking Powder per Can 4 Cans for Ev erybodys Baklbg Powder per Can 4 Cans for Mother's Oats per pkg Tomatoes per can .25 07 .05 .04 .05 .07 .03 JO .45 .10 .07 .25 .07 .25 .08 .07 cans for Hominy per can Quaker Toasted Corn Flakes per Pk'g N California Peaches per can Castile Soap per bar Celluloid Starch, 1 pound Pk'g per Pk'g .25 .08 .08 .15 .01 .05 HATS While our buyer was In the City, be pnrohased 2o Dozen Mens and Boys' Felt Hats at a bar gain aud we hare them In the newest .Shapes ranging In prices from 25 cents to 11.23 CLOTHING Men's Nary Blue all wool Suits tlO. 12 SO Values fur Men's all wool clay Worsted suits 12 50 Value at Men's Dark G ray all wool WerstJd Suits 1)5.00 Values for 5.50 7.00 $7.30 $8.50 Job Lot of all wool Salts For Men from It 00 to 13.50 per Salt worth 15, 6.00 and We cany a Large stock of Children's Suits in Sot folks and Knlckerbtcker Styles ficm 11.25 lo $ 2 "5 per Suit, Size 3 to 16 Yrs. DRY GOOODS Hope Bleached Muslin 36 in. wide per yard yard 8 cts. Springfield LL Sheeting per yd. 6oC. Evanston LL Sheeting 4 yds. to lb., per yd. 6c. All Colors in Light and Dark B lue Greys at 5c per yard. Apron Check Ginghams per yd 5c. Dress Ginghams, regular 10c Values, per yd. 8c. Heavy Cheviot fr. Sheeting per yard 8c Dress Goods in Plain and figured Models 25c value for 13c. Big 4 Overalls for Men, worth 75 per pair 48c. SHOES Our Stock Is complete and at prices not to be ' equsled In this city. We carry all the latest Styles, and we save -you money la this depart. ment. Our Store is full of Bargains and we Can supply Tour Wants in Bottoms, Svoe9, Middles, CuAVvwo,, or Tops, Ul6, at prices not to be equaled. Your patronage solicited, fa BawkYVlft S0Ye. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 8 O O 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 8 8 8 8 8 0 0 0 8 0 0 Notice to Teachers. ! The second regular examination of of teacher for the year of 1909 will be held at Mountain Grove and Bart vllle, June 25 and 26. All teachers who have oertilncates they want re newed should send them to me before that time. Tble will be the last ex amination held by the Oonnty Board of Education; the new Supervision law will go into effset on August 15. and all examinations after that date will be conducted by the county Su perintendent alone. I shall hold a two days' meeting of teachers and school officers at ilartvllle, August 25th and zoth (the t wo days preced ing the August eetuiiuatlo'i) for tbe purpose of iustructlug teachers la the new course of study, which will be out before that time, how to organize ana conduct- tbelr schools ander the new systsm, and many other points of Interest. Tbe school law has been re vised by the last Legislature and there are more than a hundred changes, all to the benefit of the rural schools Tbe new law will be printed and ready fo'r dlstrubutlon by the date of this meeting, and 1 hope to be able to sipply all who want copies I sincere ly trust that all teachers will be at this meeting, as yon will gain much valuable Information. Do not begin your school until September 6th, and then you will be retdy to start right, and keep In Hoe with our new work throughought tbe year. A new sys tem of reports and gradation will be Instituted, which In itself, will prove the efficiency of supervision In your work. If you bare promised to begin school earlier than Aug, 25th, ask your school boud to let yuu attend the two days' mestlng, and persuade them to attend themselves, ss tbe In - formation gained will be worth much to the district. You n for higher education, . F. J. Knioht, Co. Cora., . Norwood, Mo. tfnnnul In ID or with Dr. bboop Croup BmmkIf. UM teas wilt snralt prox ho Toaiitinc. bo ' lists, A sal ea4 pUasio; sjmip-, Dnwfiate, GROUP THE OZARKS. In answer to the mnj letters receded frass Honeseeker a, etc., we publish few (acts about the Ozark.. flANSriCLD, It Is a nice little city located on the main Hue of the Frisco Railway, Kansas City to Memphis fortyelght milts east of Bprlogtlsld, Mo. We have 7U0 people (no negroes, good school aud churches, flour mill, creamery, evaporator, canning fac tory, etc., and the usual business 'bou ses fouud lo a town of this size. It is the dlHtributing point for Ilartvllle, the countyseat of Wrlghtceuniy and Ava the countyseat of Douglas county In fact, the freight, expreai aud mail for 30 milea south and 20 mile north paa thrpugh Mansfield, which makes It quite a ceo lei, a splendid trading polui aud market. Good op portunities await the hustling bul ness man. Tbe Ozark region Is, all things be ing carefully taken into cont dera tion, more desirable to live and farm iu Uiun any other part of the United tiiates: If COST doeaen't matter, there might be locations more daslra bis: if health doe&en't matter, there might be better places lo farm, but if you take EVERYTHING into con aideratlon, tne better you become ac quainted with condition's the surer you will be that there la no better place to live tbau here iu the Ozarks. THC ALTITUDE. The altitude of the Ozark region Is tbe ini'St Important thing about it, because It la the cause of the health fu lutes, the cause of the almost ideal year'rouud climate, and the reason why this country Is the ONE C BIAT FttDIT COUNTRY of tbe woili'. The highest point iu the Ozarks is at Cedar Uap, wbioh Is 1.675 feet above sea level, but any point above 1,000 feet can be considered "On The To of tbe Ozarks," and here there neeo be no question shout the climate or health, for both are as uear perfect asctn be found rtlhin 'the United States. Our elf ration Is 1.S00 feet, The water is good. Probably that la another cause of the remsrkablegood health of the Ozark country here. Tbe possibilities for cattle raising are simply wonderful; we can pasture nearly ten months In tbe year, aud we have practically no winter to freeze off tbe fat you have so patiently but on, and corn and grass, the crop required, grow here, surely and luxuriantly. The Denmark of America, Although tbe dairy business has as yet, received practically none, or very ittle, attention in ths country creameries and cheese factories are now beginning to spring up almost everywhere, and within a very few years this Ozark Region will be tbe leading dairy country of the United States, if nut of the world. The adap lability of this country to dairying Is much grester than of any oiber part or the United Mates, ssjou will readily admit when you consider tbe livorable seasons, delightful climate. The roughest land grows fine clover, thnoLh and blua grass. HOGS. Flogs have bad to raise and take care of themselves, In this country, uniil within the last few years, when tbe right kind of Immigrants have begun coming into the country. Many a car load of hoga have been shipped, and lo remarkably 'good condition, too, to tbe markf.ta of St Louis and Kansas city, no care or alleolion from tbe ewners, on the mast acorns, nuts', etc., that grows wild In tbe woods This Is a fact, bnt Iwunld . not advise yon to come here, expecting to raise bogs tuat way, for the conditions that made it possible a few years ago, are changing fast with tbe new Imm igration this country Is getting, still It Is scarcely necessary to say that this l a good couutry to raise bogs In. Besides the talural ad vantages of tbe climate anb country, and tbe nat ural good health of everything that livea here, we can raise, on 115 per acre laud, as much and as good torn as can be raised ou the $7i per acre lano of olber states. ( Concluded next week ) ". e.o. U We are very glad to report the Song Contest at the C. P. church Thursday ' eveuing of last week very good indeed. The Solo rendered by Rev. Davis, of Kansas City, except lonly good. L. T. L. and the aaored selec tions by the choir ol young la dies was much enjoyed. The recitations by Miss Vir die Tef tteller and the reading by Miss Lola Tripp were well giv en and targht a pointed lesson in temperance.. Of course much interest was evinced in the Song Contest, The Ladies quartette did very well indeed, considering it was thuir first attempt in such a role and that, too, with only two days' practice, while the Male were veterans in experience, and were awarded the prize of a silver dollar, which they very kindly and generously returned to the treasury of the W. O. T' U. The regular semi monthly meeting of the organization was held on Tuesday of this week at the home of Mrs. James Coday. Let as have a full attendance on Tuesday. Jene 15th, at the home of Mrs. Peters when final arrangements will be made re. garding'attendance at the Dis trict Couventton to be held at Willow Springs, June 24-25. Press Supt. CHIEF Will stand the season of 1909 at my barn on tbe Grantham farm 2 miles south of Mansfield. Description ;-Chief Is a beauti ful bay, 16 hands high, weighs 1400 pounds and good all pur pose horse. Terms: -15.00 to Insure a living colt, money payable when colt Is foaled mare changes ownership or la remov ed from the neighborhood. FRANK M.5PRER they Worfc While You Sleep. While yonr mind and body rest Cas carets Candy Cathartic repair your digestion, your liver, your bowels, put them in perfect order. Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C Never sold iabulk. AU druggists ioc ADMINISTRATORS KOTIOE. Notice Is bereby given, That Let ters of Administration on the Estate of E. V, Berner deceased, were gran ted to tbe undersigned, on the 18th day of May, 1909, by tbe Probate Com t of Wright County, Missouri. All parsons having claims against said Estate, are required to exhibit them for allowance to the Adminis trator within one year after tbe dale ef sail letUrs, or they may be preclu ded from any bcnefli of said Estate; aud If such claims be not exhibited within two years from the date of this publication, tbey shall be forever barred. This 22nd dsy of May. 1909 Ma Run F. Bebmeb, Administrator 5-28-09. A book on Rheu-natlsm' and a trial treatmmt of Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy liquid or Tablets -la being sent free to i.fferets by Dr.Shoop of Racine, Wis, Yuu thst are well ,gel this book for some discouraged, dis heartened sufferer! Do a simple act of humanity! Point oat this way to quick and certain releit! Surprise seme sufferer, by Irst getting from me the booklet and tbe test. He will papreclateyour aid. Henry Coday. Tetter, ScS KSona vd faesa Are eartd by Chamberlain's Salve. Oac smIIo Host raUava, Um ttcbtag aad bwaiiif aroaaliua. Bfirp'i. Column. lS.OOO.OOtoloao on Impreved farm from I to 6 years time. H. J. Cialg. Bee Fulllngton for Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets and Bugs. lee the big Lot of Fence Freeman Jk Miller are selling. That is the klad of Feoee that standa tbe tesl. , Just Beoelved, a One line of Uould ttf For Picture Frames. W. B. Fultiugton, -Tfce rermars Merchants lank ef flsisflele, He. pays Interest on Ime deposits. -W. B. Fulllngton has Just received a new line of fine Rockers. G. W. Freeman a Son have receiv ed and are showing the Largest Line of Spring Cletbtng Dress Goods Shoes and Furnlahluf Ooods ever shown la Mansfield. Call and ask to see them. -Go to Fulllngton for your teeood band Furniture. . He carries It as a lids line and will sell It right. The Farmers & Merchanla Bank o Mansfield, Is a good place to do you banking. The directors are P. W Kewton, J.' D. Reynolds, Dr. F. B Fusoo, and V. J, Craig. Have you seen the cheap wall paper at Smedley 's? the Dart or Kidneys. That old-full ioned method Is all wrong. Dr. sboop.s Rsstoratlve goes dliectly to these falling (aside nerves. The remarkable success ot this prtcriptlou d mm,- Urates the wisdom of iieaiamot the actual cause of these falling organs. And it la Indeed easy to prove. A simple live or ten day test will surley tell. Try it once and see Sold by NOTICE. , All parties kuowing them selves indebted to as are notified o come in and settle up at once. MANHFE1LDCKOCERY.