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MANSFIELD All the News All the Time. PRESS; Fcr the People fawu tna County YOL. L UANbFIILD, WRIGHT COUNTY. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 19C8. HO EC UBSCjIIPTION IUM TZii YEAR. A Beiler Town, flare fidvaatsges, ContfonYand Conveniences, faltered as aerood-clsat matter Oolub H. B. DAYIS, Editor tnd Propr r 23. lfcOS, el ) ial ftfflce at Md- BeU).Mo.,un4er lAauI aiaxch J,1S(9. O000000GO0000000C0000C'000000300G0OOO0 o . a O ' ' I O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 0 Robinett aokra UNDERBUY and UNDERSELL pt 1 tore GROCERIES But Cane Granulated Sugar 20 pounds j QQ for Get Wbls Coffee 2 pounds for Best Crackers per pound Milllgan Havy Beans per pound Broken Elce, per ' x Pound Beit Soda 2 pounds for Best Iowa 6wet Corn per Can S.Ik Soap per ' Bur Signal Twist Tobacco, 3 twists for -Star Tobacco per pound Search Llrfui Matches, 3 Boxes lor Layton Baking Pow dor per Can 4 Cans for Everybodys Baklug Powder per C'au 4 Cans for ' Mother's OaU per plcg Tomatoes per can .25 07 .05 .04 .05 .07 .03 .10 .45 .10 .07 .25 .07 .25 .08. .07 scans for Hominy per can Quaker Toasted "Corn Flakes per Pk'g California Peaches per can Caitlle Soap per bar Oelluluid Starch, 1 pound Pit' par Pk'g .25 .08 .08 .15 .01 .05 HATS While our buyer was In the City, he pnro'aased 2o Dozeu Mens and li0)8 Felt lUts ul it bar gain and we liavo them la the newest Shapes tailing hi prices from 25 ceuts to it. 23 CLOTHING Men's 2savy Blue all wool Suits 110. 12 53 Values fur Men's all wool clay Wjrste d suits 812 50 Value at 5.50 7.00 Men's Dark G ray all woul Worsted -"7 Cft Suits HI5.00 Values for 0U $8.50 Job Lot of all wool Sulis Fur Men fiota 81 CO lo 93.50 ptr Suit worth 5, 6.00 aud Wecariya Largestockof Children's Suits lu Norfolk and Knlckeroooker fctyies from 11.25 lo f 2 "J5 per Suit, bize 3 to 16 Yrs. DRY GOOODS Hope Bleached Muslin 36 in. wide per yard yard 8 cts. Springfield LL Sheeting per yd. 6!c. Eyanston LL Sheeting 4 yds. to lb., per yd. 6c. All Colors in Light and Dark B lue Greys at 5c per yard. Aprcn 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 15c Big 4 Overalls for Men, worth 75 per pair 48c. SHOES . Our 8tock In complete and a. prices not to be equaled In this city. We carry all tbe latest fctylf, and we save you money la this depart. tnont. Out Store is full of Bargains and we Can supply Your Wants in Bottoms, Swi?, Middles, CvoWwws, or Tops, at prices not to be equaled. Your patronage solicited, oVtfWttS BaTlVwU SOVe. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0MO0O0eM609MOQG$&9O000OaQ BREEZES. Hen may come aud men may go, but the tariff dnbates go on forever. A Mr and Mrs. Bean In Iowa have nameJ their recently arrived daugh ter "Lima." The nenpe of humor pos sessed by some, people Is fearfully and wonderfully evidenced. Oh, Mr. Weather Mau, we waot some hot weather from the tape mar ket 00 In the shade; we want It for tbe crops, we want It for our summer re sort buxlness, we want It for the fake of the buaball Ran.es: bu, most of all, we want It fur the etlecl we bo Have It would have on tho lawmakers at Washington. Washington proposes to require that bathtubs be put iu all new buildings. Next thing they will hare official bathing masters to see that tbe resi dents get busy every Saturday night. Does Turkey know that a peace congress Is now assembling In Chicago? Geruau scientist says whales ml k makes an Ideal human food. How easy It would be to keep a pet whale or two In tbe kitchen or in the back yar. The New York man who was con victed of using had eggs In pastry may make it ue.ce.siry to put pure food labels on luucli counter pie. 11- -I JLLL.3 All the newspapers are praising the Seattle woman whi drovo a burglar from her house with a baseball hat Indeed, she seems to have scored REST CRM P. The Rest Camp of the Rev. Andrew T. Osbron on Bryant uver la progressing mceiy. There are plenty of tents spread and Dr. Oabron wants more pur ple to come down and join the outing party. lie extendi a hearty invitation to every ouo in Wright county who is sck or neods an outing find rest to come to the rest camp without further invitation. The people now al the camp are ALL improving in health aud report that they are having , lots of fun. campers should brin their bedding. Teut and eots can be rented cheap ou the grounds. The healing trims tor does all his work absolutely free. John MoCrite, Mr. Nor cross attd other of our town peo ple whom Dr. Osbron cured re port that they continue well and are ready to testify that' Osbron can certainly heal by the laying on of bauds. Apples are big as your thumb uow and getting laitr and redder as the warm days go by. It I estimated that lOOcars will be shipped from Webster county thlsaeason. Seymour Citizen rtopTwl In 30 mlnntwi V A ur with Dr. bboop I v Ctoud HemBtir.- One tl will mir.lr prove. No voir.ttin. no cft tnaa. A tafs a t pWJngnynp S4c. l)rawith A" qulto a bit. 8am Prock who has heen out west i again, returned home last week but I expects to go right ii:i-k Hgatn. Mo says he can borrow meal now any where between here and the Pscltie (Vcaii. Fi'tigUt l-ouuiy Piogrcts M4 SImmM, r CW, r- in. I rif.rl M t-''T. ALL CSlM.il lkwTLT vMrivtiTlAU ttmm ymmu IMnHI.iMiiWaiMtM-iMnrfOtMDMMIpkMVkiiiv D, SWIFT & GO. Ml lovma il, waastsa,p.E. THE OZARKS. (Coutinued from l.t week. SVEEP. Probably this country is better ' adapted to the raising of sheep i,..in any other country on earth. Every tblug a sueep requiiei is here, and norhlng in In; re to Injure tho ohcep. sheop, lu this ell u, a lo. or ratbur, here on tue Ov.uks, are much heal thier than anywhere tUe that I know of. There are no wild animals here tu disturb them. POULTRY. There Is no other country so well adapted to poultry raising as this. Kverything comhlius to make It t he very best pouitiy country on earth. The seasons are right, the elltivue is right, the markets arc right and best of all, the health Is bolter than anywhere else. Young chicks can b-. had to come off any mouth in the year, and winter eggs are easier got ten than anywhere else. The mis souri hen Is a money maker. BEES. I thlnK tl.ere cau be uo better place for bee kecpiug than here, because no shelter need be provided for thrm in jWinter, aod tht y get to work a month earlier in the kpriog aud a mouth later in the fall, than they can in ,Iowa or Northern Illinois, and need lay up a two months' leas suppy of honey (or their own use . each year which makes four months dlflerence in tbelr working season here than in Iowa, so far as marketable honey is concerned. T here is an abundance of I of acres of 6ne white clover lie keeping and fruit growing govs wall together, for each I a benefit to the other. For an old mau, a partially Crispin one, or even fur a widuw with children, 1 kaow of nothlog more desuable thsn to come Into the Ouiks and raise poultry and fruit, and k(.M heel. 1 believe that thirty stsnJs of 1 ce. pr, pcrly taten care of will more than pay the expeues of an on.Vuai) laoilly. nun. TV is Is "The Land of the Big Ked App.d." it Is sckiiowledgcd to be the leading frul' country of the vrurkl, It so ?r surpasses h 'iy other country In tu.olng fruit, t. t itca belaid to be really THE NK '.REAT FKUIT U(UXTU it .8, however, practically umievelui J. Dn not ex pect to com hue ai d find great orchards of boating fruit, because it lias only b:t-n ten m twelve year? tlnce itsj wood- rful ; ssibilitles ware tii discoveiei. When the irult to. iluiry Is properly developed, fruh html in tin; (..irks will bring a largai pi li'e than the fruit land of Cal Ifornla, because It produces whet properly deveiopcJ. more profit to lli acre. The fruit land Is the very land yot will say, when you Unit tee it, I waste laud, because experts claim, aud have proven yliat the roughest rockiest laud in the O.arks. produce the tifSt apples, pears, psaehes, plum cherries, etc., that cau be raised anj whereon earth. Wherever It Is no ton rough or toe ruckr for a fi res tree, It Is not too rough or too rock; fur a fruit tee. I could write a big book about FBU1T KA1S1XU IN THE OZAUKS aiidsull nut say all tu.it uaigUt be written ou thu BubJct. For auynne who Is especially interested lu fruit rablug, i would sugutst that tbey write to "The Department of agricul ture, Washington, DC" for Farmers Bulletins Nos.3.1, 38, 59, 70. 80, 81), 113 US, 154, liS, lo(i, aud ltil. All' thttoe will be seut free If you write rot lutui. People often say that fruit raising des not Interest them but I would advle almost anyone, who con tmpl.ttes moving to this country, to Investigate the matter . Say you plant i& apple trees on an acre, you can use the grouud (or the first rive years, to tu.tival9 in any crop, and by (ut lime yur orchard will be bear .liiifi suppose csi'.h tree averages two b ishsiSuf Iruit p r t ree, per yeai ti-r e'.ery year, ,nJ wltn evo;i d.-fi'i.t 4ifc.j.ioi it uugut Ij Jo u;u h bette: you will grt an tntf price of s li-us ' ptr hiiihei tor the ap nles, and with less work than on the Md-ne u umber of acres of corn, lines any arre of your land pay you m re than 4l pea aore? Peicos, pors, cheriins. k -P'S aud all .11 I i'ts, will pay i. .oh better than apples v, lien propel ly taken care of. I think tlsat fruit raisin olfurs a man, es pecially a youig man. gieBter Inriuce- niuiils titan any other' InJuhtry. Continued next week.) Meeting of Rurcl Carriers. Tha sauil-aunual oieetirg of the Wright C.uuty Rural Letter Carrie, a As i elation was held at ilSQblluld, Monday, May SI. The Mouuulu Grove carriers were met at thd train by the Mansfield carriers snd were taken to their uoines, .where they were delightfully nlerialued. At the LuRlne8 meeting held la the ffooimen hall, two Duw earners were admitted to the association, Hosea New ton of this city and Wm, V vVadllngtun of Ilartville. Tbe officers elected for another yenraie: President; C. L. Turner, "We President; Juha L. Warner, sec retary Trtasuer; Josle Vclulire. CHIEF Will eland that season of 1109 at my bam ou the Grantham farm 2 miles south of Mansfield. Dooription:-Chief is a beauti ful bay, 16 hands high, weighs 1400 pounds and good all pur pose horse. Terms: -Ij.00 to Insure a living colt, money payable when colt Is f Hled tni.re changes ownership or Is remov ed from the oeigbliorhotid FRANK M.SPF.ER ool Dyspepsia Cist fekMits steal rca l Bargaiji Column. 1,000.00 to loan on Improved tarns from 1 lu J ye&is time. . J. Craig. 8aa Fulllngton for Furniture, Walt Paper, Carpets and ttugs. Bee tha big Lot of Fence Freeman k Miller are selling That Is the kind of Fsuoo tuat stands the tee?. Just Itecwlved, a tine line of Mould ogFor Picture Frsmrs. W. B. Fulhugton, The rarmars & Merchants Bank ef Mansfield, Mo. pays luterest on line deposits. , W. B Fullhigton has Just received anew Hue of flue Eockers. G. W. Freeman a Son have receiv ed and are showing tha Largest Line of Spring Clothing Dress ,Guols tiboes aud Furnishing Goods ever shown in Mansfield. (Jail aod ak to see them. -Uu to Fulllnglou for your beooud band Furniture. He carries It u i side Hue aod will sell it right. The Fanners & aieichauts Bank o ataosOeld, is a kood p see to do you bantlrg. The dlicctors are P. W Hewton, J. D. Iteynolds, Dr. F. B Fusou, aud 3. J. Craig. Have you seen the cheap wall paper at Smedley's? "Why, ouce. do yon knew. found a bear luslde a holiow log. Well, of course I eouldu'l got at him to shoot bim, and thi log wa-s tohevy to move. I didn't know what to do. S i at lat I tiiought of cuttl ig four hoUs In the log, a'juut where the htai'a ltk must be, and I gob his paws Attn, slick. Then I tied a rope about the log, aud made him walk with It In to camp. And would you believe It we had all our food and all our fuel for the winter out of that one deal.,,-Outlug Magazine for June. fhey Word While You Sleep. While y onr mfnd and body rest Cas careis Candy Cathartic repair your digestion, your liver, your bowels. put them in perfect order. Genuine; tablets stamped C. C. C Never sold 'a bulk. AM tipiguu, ioc .