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7.x. . 'At VU'.-aeio Mlur h i : i : f .0i' aof MuchS, 1879 AMOS BALF.Y. PuVisher. yHi ms VI"Ltf Uttlllf KliuUdd 111 bUOV. i eau uwi m jae hi !jy .uti. Friday ana another Kick boy. L'T V ..J:..vjr iu our JS'olgubui hood Sun- 'r .vming. iiinfv visit. , ttfulssou Lewi during Christmas -" iicia mc Iniosli of tiarlviile . tedder Orai.dparei.ts Mr and Mr Uariou UuJy over cnrUtma. ' . Our young carpeuver Mr James Mai will koou build an addition to Mr Caroline I vya bouse. ' ' ..!. a. V ... -una idjoi back from Wyoming visiting with nia family durlrig lloi- . fcinj. Macomb Sems ' 117. " 1" V . - " no am Diving 8rae pr, tty cold weather at 'present wlio plenty ol ice. . - ( Mr. and Mrs Fwolc Blnkley of wal t out Rld Ark I visiting N. A. (Jru , vpm of Macomb. - . BillSbeJtya was Seen on cur Streets . Muuuay and also Tueauay, ' i , fr "an I lanes was In Maooinb Monday, a crowd was In Macomb N?inas. and the toys was pi.ty wveiy. esa Wade moved back on blsfarni on dry creek Mr. wade bas b en In Kansas for 2 years but henys mo Is 'g ood anuugh for l.itn.. ' ' Dr Orendeis little boy Is gelling better having been Himwii ficm u .' horse on the frin-n ground and hurt ' his heart ha win llfe! for Several ' day. MIh. Velvul tj';ilwger has l:en . Mck ror-buui I wevrka uporied Sow; belle r- - 1. ., .-v ..-.., , FJ'K vim too ai.fi Daiibi. JJ'V-i'J trip . t.. Mc uoi :i ,n Tauvt Ti.daj ' N ! Mr, Sjliy Jia)u. of Mu m1) ;s iw-rj i.k mltli'tli-jwaatUiu.. ' . ti, ,. ..... x- . rS,sHMt .f-!te. ,1; A . Cm.-p- Banli. JhU i.e H ire.jty r aut.n sin; Rural ( aiii ra ard wr J .win! m'le s. Mr Jt hn Bo t as $'u oj i n aUr i .if Mio'iinb Vud )o.ij .y ' Educate Your Bowels. Vonr boweli can h. tr.in,.H ..ft as your muscles or your brain. Cas- carcts Candy Cathartic train your 1 k t. j i. m . . . r , . .bowels to do right, enuine tablatt I C it aii j . . ' Baarf sT r C KT . ..1J lv... .us. TURKEYS . We are now ready to buy , ' pay good prices for pood stock also ; ChiCkens, Ducks, Geese, Butter, Eggs, Hides, ;Furs and Drided Fruits. ir-whl$sale lots, only, ton seed meal, prices right. See us before selling (or buying elsewhere. r . (X) "- Vliro Fresh and clean. ered to any part of STEVE YATES. Stands Lilio a Tcrxi Ctttli, Korset, Kip Is f o I 114111111 t- "r T"t Buy your ew fence for years come. Get the bis, heavy wires, the hinge joint, Ik grcd galvanising, the exactly proportioned quality oi steel that is not too hard nor too sole We can show von thts fence in our stockand explain Its merits and super J rd by the yolrg People. vrs. Lmiia w tiht b sfliicled with fa kbiniile but think her beite wot day. P. M. f W. Hoover recleved a ear tf ITy Monday. Ker W.P. Bootman of the Lattei d jr Stint Onitrcil headquarter al ' '.nntonla. li wa, . Regan a meeting n Tuday maht at Lead Hi, I. IU ai& to Home tha 30 lb I nut no a 6 daya dlscuslun with a Chrlolan Min ister by name f Binum piack on Church principles. Air.ed. T. Baley U years old Son uf ami Biley carua home fiotn Ak Tuesday, last bas ben gone orer a Beryl at nr came In Monday from ku3 west uavlOrf Ix-U la khe"wut uui lug the 8u-mmer Ml Motaaitt Sperre 6lftjr,ofCal viu ijpouco die 1 3'riJay. a. j PI FAS AM K1DGE ItEms Mr. Wetley Anderson, and .sisU r maboladi mill red acorn pitnied bj thler fi lend Miss. Mary blake cauit iu from Mouuiain Grove JTrl to apeua Xraaa wlih home Folk. Mr. Albert Zeuder of Frederlck b Sen UipjLdn,( the holidays with bis iialer iiua. JubuP. anuciaon an:; family. W. U. Iiousley and family leavee weuuM.ny i i Oma " NAMED BY GREAT EXPLORER. Waterway Called After Champfaln Haa Now No Designation. A name which Samuel Champlaln pplled to a certain waterway In our country should bo revived. Cham plain haa been called "the real found er and the father of Canada." Ha waa also the first who carefully e plored the coasts of our New England. years before the coming of the Pil grim Fathers, and acurate and con 2ise waa his description of the shores ana waters thet he followed into Penobscot and Boston bays, paat Capo Cod and along the south coast to Bur bards bay. Champlaln was a modest man, but for once in his career ho gave his own name to a geographical fea ture lhat which marked the end of his dlscoreriea In what 'are now United States' waters. He wroe: "Coasting along to the southwest nearly 12 leagues, we passed near a j "ver which is very small and difficult W approach because of shallows and 'r"cka at ,ts moulh- I av " my eame." j Seeing this waterway from the deck ' jf his vessel, Champlaln mlsappre- f ended Its nature.' It Is not a river, 1 Js Bnort M(J narrow strait, wid- Q,ng ,,t tWQ placeg ,nlan(,-and con. ' nectInR the waters of Buzzards bav J with Vineyard sound. The village of ! Wood's Hole stands on Its northern j shore. I To-day this waterway seems to have " name- 11 13 very clearly ma oped an Bovernment topograpbic sueet. but without a name. The leading gazetteer says merely that Wood's ( T 1 I . 1 1 " w .. n, ft ha. haon fB.- th.f Vwvw.. " was Uflmed b? toe greai explorer who ,M tbe flr8t to cal, attenuon to r WANTED. urkeys for Xmas trade and will We also have for sale Ptatoes, Bran and Cot- . . . , i4in ' Orders deliv the city. Phone No. 19. Stono Wall Practically Indittruitlbli Local News. This Is a gvrd time tu feed Ji ui Itici tl lie Liet in ta;tfc oi hi-ed The Frisco" Dallrood Co. now con nietciuif to rut ia their m Buck Piaiform. Mansfield Freemm4 villi r IIJw, Co will sell jou 2tn.irt sevta la wh for 18c per iwl. For Sale or Tride self Binder cbea call and see the maclbne and talk it QTtr wnu nnuu iiot Oi ea It lis Westtxx.k. Albert Deaver from Carte- villo his wife and one child spent Christmas with his brother! John Deaver I J miles west oj town . uranama. DhIt Mother of the Editor Is vrty feeble hardly hble to be up. We thank those kind People w.:n hurt called on her. i.itjrUB iver Christ ma from the iriNid heart.' .,u, m j. e ao mi know who all were Competed in those gifts mil w herein thank all for thler Kindneas and may they be iearde.1 by a greater Power than we are able to plr. 0 f.. G-iid-r and family and flep n-i.r Frtr.b v. Carrp-ntChrMmd vim is wail.ice unit family of uphi Mill a i report, a Kxi time. Tnn rnan..a - r f ...r.. I'T-mri, B yiOLTMlr ,l t lia Denver who is leticliinjr th Lmd Hill School had a christ- rriHstree t Id Uiil school W -.I .!.. . .. mim-i ii . uruirriHS kvp. A lin" 'ree well londed with presects ? ki(1 oiil;rnid a good limo wa? iud A riry. flii'iertand family hr npoiid I 'nu Mm iiuiiriavd wlih his Fa'berln lnw Hen. Mackpy. of DtiiijdHS County The Missionary Hapflstuhnd a Lrg cab.n on Christmas Bve at -thier church, and It wan .'filled with pre?. e nta. Vocal mnRlr nd a general pond '""' "'t"u vuaima lor ruiueiioie'. Ing us so Kludly ' For sale Fullblood Barred ply mortl. Rock cockerels. Price one Dollar each call and get oue N. S. Miler. 'Mansfield. Mo. Miss. Lydia Hylton Sister of Mrs. JN. b. miller came to spend Christmas with her. She hirTing Married Jaloly a man by the name of Corbin Miss .fly I ton and Husband Came from Ukl i Tlioy left Monday a. m. for ihier fu lire hemo near Thaler Mo. Dr. Nair. and wife left Satur day e-eajng for a few days vis it at Kansas city Mo. J. jn. rorry or Macomb was in town Monday came ia a foot he said it was to slirk for a team, W. T. Norcross is nearly laid up With a Cold. He is no hoarse he can hardly tdlk, but Wilt s s be wiiispcifcii price, ou Inn goods 'Alien lit could iiuiulk. 'J. 11 hobinett and Uaublem were in Mountain Grove with home FoU over Cb i lamias and bun Jay. Louis, (juighy. and 6ophla Free man ware Aiurrivd iu Ava ou Thurs day evening lubt. . Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Freeman entei tlued Miss. Verna Taieand Fverett laidwell ol beyuiuur Cbiistmus for Dluner. Misa. Venn Tate left Tue-dsy for btr boms ii, Memphis Tenu. bueex peCU to K.uinlu ilia bpiliig. AllssMlinie DiCdile spent Christ urus with ber paieou utar Urjant. Geo Freeiuaujr bas accepted a po sition wliu bunk of Mho.ticiu aa Cashier. G. W. Frcv riirn nr d Son are Iu voice lUg tills WtOii. Fretmau Miller llaraware Co ar 'nvoicolug this week. J. P. K, Coday ia In voted Lg oc Monduy. ' The M. E. church bad a Christmas Tree on Chrlsimas tro The tihureu vtas comiiruoiy lull cuo a Oiou time and pleuly of presents. Mr. U. T. Tucker of Argebllua Kauiaa bas loialtd for a time with tihokiig for healtlr and leht. we welcuiie nr. Tucker ana Le iur Climate stay benefit him. . CP, Hutu UdaCbiiMma Tree at tbier cliurch on Christmas eve tney bad splendid order irnod attend e a 1 e .j d good pr gram rendered The Txhrc flilliotl Company wij give Holiday rates lo points north during Iud ...et.lM f-te thl wm he,p,o!ttflfor the PUrP0St ati8fT Increase travel on tbe.ira'ns. ra ing said leU aud interest aud many will rlalt tbatwiuld wt do so Cost of this trust. J E craf lMthey lave to pay full fre. I Truatee " . . n Hnn r n niiFinn rii.ii ... m - Bourn. XV I, UaruflelJ Pubite ScWjI. Beport f' lr4 mouth euJiox Iea 21. lA'a. Primary. M1m Ora lUppe. ' Loroilmeul ' Mai Ji F. to 37, Total 72 A veraiie daily aiie-id4t:ce 5S Xw. abacnl a or mJt da) IS. K ; prewi every day 28, ihoe peifcci in aitendauce being neither tardy bur ab.eut for tue mouth, and hence accorded tu the roll of honor. Charley Smedley , Albert SmeUiey ' buyder Craig Vivian Miller Uarlaud Uug!es , Lounle Sliort 1C geue Pool Treskie Deaver Mildred Edwtrdi Koum Ko. t. IntermeJUie Misa ertri(Je Kell er tturollineut Male ii 1 uiai.;i f Arevage dai.y at .udiiice W, Koli of lloiior. Hazel Rurnv klrvin t, ,i i - .1 ,uu lun i,ur u .-siu.rr. i:.ru . . ter Alvla. Tumi.r ini- l...... i .... I " mm i w. I V LAJla Beaeii lamest Deavr Jasper Lralj Kosui No. 3, 0 Grammar Department. Vlri, L, 1 xWurty AurWlment M. 20 F. m 13 Total 33 Average daily atundauc M utiiliea aoaeut not tardy 10; Bull ol llouor. John Ui y JeShie II , Oiiiuiaii Fi e-mail ' Alva Uauer Blauuh, ojio JfannkBosa Carl Tripp VerbyJ.y Fiaiu iH'iinia uleii Caflrf Jtwell Hoover Boom Su. i. Hiii Stl)ool Dtpartmeut. L. 1). Curiy. Kiirolment M 8 KM. 10 To-.al AveraRe daily attendance 16 Soi nel I i Unr ..Iishiii. i.nr lardy 3. ' Ko)l of lioi.o,-. - fi. lies t CoOay -Mdii,'ie 'lunar. ll'iii;e full ing ion. The hciioul. Furolluieiit M. 88 . F, it. VI Total 182 Ai rarfo dally attendan e 156 I'ttienis ul hod much lo the cn-dlt aiiU goud moik i'f lliescuool by keeiug toll u.at your cijildreii vet lo kcliool ii liui 1 cao easily wain a mile in io mliiUii-s Litiejeilows candobo in 2o iiiuuLcN. Jhey BUould not start Horn buine oooiier ihau lo aruve al bchoul 15 miii ulcs befoie books, liuous promptly al U O cloCK a ui, and J. (.; ciock P. M. all orJu invhed lo come and see u at KUhool. Very kioU- ly. L. D. curly Fi In. Can CekU, Craap and WUfeyinf CouH. ' tr mm iiR Whereas W E Mafliu aud Mary F Marliu his wife did by their certain deed of trust J ted Apr 21 1906- and recorded iu Book Z at page 144 in tbo of fice of the Recorder of detdsof Wright Co Mo convey to J E Craig trustee the following de scribed Real Estate to Wit. The S W i of the N E i and the N W i of the S E i of 8ec 22 - Twp 2!) Range 10 and containing 80 acres to secure the payment of a certain promisory note, and coupon interest' notes in said deed of trust described. Whereas default has been made in the payment of one of the aaidcoupon ia'terest notes for a spaceof twenty days after same became due. and in accordance with the provisions cf said deed of trust all of the debt therein described has become due and payable. Therefore IJ E Craig the undersigned trustee will at the request of the legal holder of said note sell on Tuesday the iH.th day of January 1910. bo t v ic lie Lcurs of 9 oclocic ia the foreaoo n and 5 oclock in tbw afternoon of that itj at Ttblic Auction to Jie highest bidder for cash at tl)e EMtdoorof Ibe Court, iloose iothe town of HartvilJe- mq , The above described Rej Eg LODGES. I O. C. )LimN1 6 meets iud. and 4Ji baiurday nigliu-lu ecb munth, ' George Tripp, IKK. Juiidir, Johu W. Brazeal James Coday Noble Grand Vice Granu Hecietarj " Treasurer iic.or.ivAM uoagt mew 1st. n 3rd YYedDfSrfav nights of each mi.ntb Mrs, Mollle Ilensley, Xoble Grand. Miss Maude Reynolds, Secretary N W. A. MaoBeld Camp No. 31ia meeU 1st, a,od 3ud. jSatyrday night ofeacb mouth. ' J. b. Freeman. Consu Tom Slate. Advisor Henry Dennis, S. S. Miller. Cierk. Hunker ' ROYAL NEIGHBORS meetseverj 2nd and 4iU Tuesday eiouiugsof eucb iLOnih. L luia lll!er, Oibile. Mangle U.yuolds, Xtce Oracle. Grucu Honneii, ecorder. Heiie Urazeai, Receiver. A; F. and A. M. MansDeld Lod;e Ko. 5-13 njoels every Wednesday uigui ou or belote tbe lull moou of each tnoiitb. . C. A. Stephens. W. M. N. N. Jfi,chols, Scretirj R, A. M. MaiibMcId Chapter 2uj Saturday evening or tadi monib 41. W. Ol.ver.. niuh 1'ilest. . N. N. Nichols, Secreta rj. EASTERN STAR Manstield Chap ter No. 70 meets 1st. and 3id. Filuaj evenings cf each monlh. Mrs. A. J. Wilder. VVorlhv Matron. N. N. Nicliois, Secroii.! i CHURCHES PRESBYTERIAN Church holds services at J.J a. in. and 7:3d p. in on Boiirlli Sunday In each tnuntL. Sunday.SchtM I every Sunday lOa.m l. S. Belt, Pasior. METHODIST Church holds ser vices nt II a. in. ana 7:3u u. m. "on First and Third Sunday of etch month Sunday Schoulevery- Sunday 10a. m B, D. Jones, Pastor, BAPTIST Ouurch . holds their ret. ular met tings 3m riuririay at 11. a. m 7:30 p. in. Sabbath achool .'0 a. m. ' J, W. Roberts, Pastor. Fra)ermectogeyeryThursday7.30p.m Rj'.'WtAHD, Sup't. hna, mA Sa, m rW.,Tc rra 1 1 f.i.rt a tnttfiHtUiUT. ail MtaiasLj ail M r. SanaMijT - ' VlianM kiiMiJ.w.. I iHTwmiMiii iinrmia. I HIT Tl lia If I. . it i Mal i NfMi.u. tai aa a . khimi. I 0. SWIFT A Gil. Ill tarutfc L. aak)aLD. C.t1 I his Oitice Does JOBORtJ G'wius a Trial. i -i- I R .1 FREEMAN Farm Loan, Insurance, J. Office in Bank of: Mansfield- COLLiiU riod a Sr'OlAL'l . ! I j ,y 4, ,fc ,, .j. .. The CashQrocery Have Bargains to offer you in their Lina, also headquarters for Goods af Bottom Prices, OUR MILLINERY GOODS PLEASE. V . . Call on Us before You Buy. THINK OP IT ! The St. Louis Times One Whole Yeer f cr I$200 ' Mail Through the A COMPLETE PAPER 12 to 16 Pages Daily. CLEAN, CRISP NEWS . Fearless and Independent .It jo want lo taka adTaniaira ot Uils special price, send Is your two dollar k day and your BiihscriplliHi wilt run to January I. I'JIO, This Special Rate is Coed for a Limited Time ! KENI) FOX A SAMPLE COPY. THE ST. LOUIS TIMES (T. LOUIS, MO. COCNTY.CFFICERS ; 'tpreReiiiative R. II, Hanson J. W. Allen. Wm. Mickle Richard Iiiyburo W. E. Lunt : J. A. Russell , J, T. Biackweil N. L Kichardsoii Picsiding Judge Probate Judr li'l'e Ko It Ow. U'.-c iS'ii. ti Lisi , '.Vim! y C'eri I'liCuit Cieik Reior.ii-r Prosecui liiii ,tt,y AilhurP. Curtis. Sheriff "Wm. S. Woot1 Assesor C. Treasuerer Coroner A. Stephens, D C, Carter Surveyor M. II. SciiiKil Commissioner E. William Knight Aloeuman. N. S. Miller, James Coday, W. II. Moore, Mayor, Police Judge City .viuralial City Clerk City Attorney N. 8. Miller Jehu W. Brazeal. . E. E.lfewton. S. S. Bertram -: Roe Strong .John W. Brazea) N.J, Cniig CI t v Treasurei NOTICE. Toa'l who tue In need of Feed at Bed R ck Price Cottnii Sei tl 'Moal, "R:isis 23.23 protein hi $1.50 per cwt. Cotto'i Sued Meal, busis 41. $1,?0 ; ptrcwi. Alfalfa I.'eal al$1.3l. S. W. McNALL. lames Mc, Masters. Is building an ad dition to his House will fiuisu jl tliiS week. ; " Brail Flndley Is putting a new roof on his Darn. 8 O o Up-to-date o o 'I- ! - ! I- I- (i'iiiulm"'' : 7 '7 i I aw Uj.ivl zzlr h ii bat ia tha fikL Come ana see us and get our prices. ' .... - - wibuisu COV. CO.