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THE FARMINGTON TIMES, FARMINGTON, MISSOURI.
page seven: DR. B. J. ROBINSON, Physician. Farmington, M? Phone 94. DR. GEO. L. W ATKINS, Physician and Surgeon, Farmington, Mo. Office in Lang-Holler Building. Phones: Office 181 L; Residence 181 R F. S. WEBER Physician and Surgeon. Office in Room 10, Realty Building Farmington, Mo. JOHN B. ROBINSON, Dentist, Office with Dr. B. J. Robinson: Farmington, Mo. Phone 94. FRANCIS A. BEN HAM, Attorney at Law, FARMINGTON, MO. B. H. MARBLRY Attorney at Law Practices in all the courts in tht State. Office Farmers Bank builo ing. Farmington, Missouri EDWARD A. ROZIER Attorney at Law Farmington, Missouri Will practice in all- the Courts ol Missouri. Office in Realty Building E. L. HORTON, Dentist, Office in Lang-Holler Building. Phone 69. Farmington, Mo. GEO. C. FORSTER, Agent FIRE, TORNADO, PLATE-GLASS and AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. Office in Farmers Bank Building. Notary Public. Phone 355. ADAM NE1DERT A. NEIDERT & SON UNDERTAKERS AND EHBALnERS FARMINGTON, MO. We are licensed embalmers and carry n stock a complete line of metal lined State and Couch Caskets, Robes and Grave Vaults. Telephone calls, either day or night, are given our prompt attention Office Phone 380 L Residence Phone 380 R J. D. Mitchell, President. J. J. Roberts, Cashier. C. E. E. St. Francois County Bank (Post Office Opposite.) Farmington, Hissouri Solicits your banking business. Insured against burg lary. This is the bank with the Savings Depart men) Interest paid on time deposits. Directors: THOS. H. STAM E. E. SWINK. J. D. MITCHELL. ED. HELBER. E. L. H1GGINS. S. J. TETLEY. ALBERT WULFERT. Established 1897. W. M. HARLAN. President W. It LANG. Vice President Bank of Farmington Capital Stock - $50,000 Capital and Surplus $75,000 Does a general banking and exchange business. Inter est paid on time deposits. Insured against burglary. Collections a specialty. Directors: Peter Giessing W. F. Doss M. P. Cayce W. R. Lang W. M. Harlan E. A. Rozier J. E. Kliin THE FARMERS BANK FARMINGTON, MO. Capital Stock - - - - $35,000 Surplus $20,000 ONE DOLLAR STARTS AN ACCOUNT. Directors P. A. Shaw, Wm. London, W. L. Hensley, W. C. Fischer, H. D. Reuter, C. B. Denman, L. H. Williams. DOINGS OF THE 'Tb cfcPTAiNLy too ;-,! DflST-MORTEM ' 1 listen -to that SHE is ba.t T Kn- -. w , re r -TW-T 1S7 KANO ) rjX-i.1 ( POVT-MORT6M PttND I N THE SECOND J f WHAT Dlt W&. , U I Now l vou would rLV have. pt I POST -MORTEM r the other tasii; j Vcjueii stuff' V , -rm hand Too fM. isSOv WKN CAllCl R A. 7 ' Trfl 7P-i:"- r" -TT LOSE. "THIi SNU lu 1 . J-C - Ofov. M.NO LEAD Mt IF V.u HAP ON.-V ATOUT THAT " KJC wLT o 7 AMfi' W"N evBM N. NOW IF I HACX 7 P.rJ "H-TSt THe THIRD Mrt AND IIP I woe ID JLe'RE T-LAVIN'THIS) ( tT PLAX THE HANDi oVCT V . I 0fc-O CR XW"1 Tr"- THE NEW WAY If your Watch or Jewelry is out of repair, send it by parcel post to te old reliable Jeweler, H. L. ADAMS, Elvins, Mo., have same repaired and returned to you, without delay, by parcel post. Satisfaction Guaranteed Dr. E. J. WILLBANKS Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Farmington, Mo. Office: Farmers Bank Building. Office hours: 8:30 to 11:80 a. m.; 1:30 to 4:00 p. m. Phone No. 170 W. N. Flem ing NOTARY PUBLIC REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Your Business is Respectfully So licited. Office in Realty Building. FARMINGTON, MO. PHONE 71. JOHN B. GRAVES, M. D. Farmington, Mo. Office in Realty Building Phones: Office 379, Residence 8ti8 JOHN A. NEIDERT Wood, Assistant Cashier E. Swink. Vice President M. P. CAYCE, Cashier C. H. GEISSING. Ass't Cashier VAN LOONS :: COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE :: COFFMAN l Mrs. F. A. Rigdon returned to her home near River Aux Vases Sunday, after having spent several days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. T. Bauer, of this vicinity. ' Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Gegg and children of near Ste. Genevieve spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Gegg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gegg, and also other friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith and little son spent Sunday with the latter's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gegg, of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Joe ( offraan and son, Charles, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Turley Sunday, and in the after noon Mr. and Mrs. Turley, with their guests, motored to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bauer's. Emmett Swink passed through this community last week. Walter Shearlock of Flat River was the guest of his mother Thursday night. He returned to his home Fri day ufternoon. Quite a large number from here at tended the funeral of little Gilbert Bauer Thursday morning. Those from Ste. Genevieve were, F. J. Rig don, Mrs. Maud Zigler, Mrs. Emily Kern and Mrs. Joseph Rehn. Those from St. Mary's were Mrs. Tobies Thomure and daughter. Also sever al from River Aux Vases attended. C. F. Bauer and brother, Andrew, and wife, of Weingarten, attended the funeral of little Gilbert Bauer. Mrs. John Gegg fell Thursday morning and bruised her right hip. She is confined to her bed. Frank Gegg, the old blacksmith of this community, is reported some bet ter at this writing. Mrs. C. L. Bauer is very ill with la grippe at present. Mrs. Jim Haney is up and around, from the la grippe. Henry Bauer is going around with his finger tied up from a bruise. Emile Bauer had a narrow escape in a runaway recently, but fortunately escaped with hut a few scratches. Joe Cince of Flat River visited his father, who is very ill. Mr. Graham was a recent business transactor in Fredericktown. We are having plenty of rain at present. VALLE'S MINES Mrs. Helen Barbey visited Miss Cora Busher Wednesday. I Bryan Thurman and sister, Miss I Inez, of Prospect, Mrs. Laura Wallace, Misses May and Leona Carter, Messrs. Fenton Thurman, Lee Hammock, Eu , gene Hansbrough of Silver Springs attended church here Tuesday night. Mrs. W. h. Heaton and daughter, Miss Anna, visited Mrs. Effie Turley Wednesday. Will Richardson visited his daugh- tor, Mrs. Dave Moon, Thursday. I Miss Ada Heaton visited Mrs. j Effie Turley Wednesday and Thurs- ! Jay Miss Cora Busher visited her aunt, j Mrs. Wm. Richardson, Thursday. Mrs. Kme 1 urley visited at the home of Felix Burns Thursday. James Bunt was a Bonne Terre vis itor Wednesday. Ed Frazier of Oregon is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Jarnes Bunt visited Mrs. C. R. McClain Tuesday and Wednesday. Eli Frazier and Mat Nussbaumer are moving to Iron Mountain this week. Mrs. Bettie Rouggly and daughter, Miss Edna, visited at the home of W. E. Heaton Friday. Mrs. Press Ratty and children vis ited Mrs. Felix Burns Friday. Miss Sally Semar visited her pa rents at Frankclay from Friday eve ning until Sunday. George Turley was a Bonne Terre visitor Friday. Messrs. Edward Heaton, Earl Sykes and Charity Busher attended church at Rouggly Friday night. Mrs. Lizzie Turley is visiting in Bonne Terre this week. Geo. Burns of Festus visited his narents, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Burns, Saturday and Sunday. H. C. Rhodes was the guest of Miss Myrtle Heaton Friday evening. Mrs. E. Turley and children visited at the home of Mrs. Felix Burns Thursday evening. Several from here attended church at Rouggly Saturday night. Randall Pratt of St. Louis visited at the home of J. A. Busher Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barbey visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Sa rah Rowe, Sunday. Arthur, Steve and Ab Sykes, who are working near Koester, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sykes, Sunday. Alfred Horn and Henry Turley vis ited relatives at French Village Sun day. MR. HUGH PORTER, Teacher of Violin. 22 years of Specializing. Schubert School of Music. No Charley and Jake Busher attended church at Rouggly Saturday night. Kennett, Gus and Ellis Turley vis ited Abbie Heaton Sunday. Miss Delia Porterfield visited her parents at Bonne Terre Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. E. Turley and children, Joseph ine and Edith, Mrs. Henry Turley and daughters, Gustina, Stella and Irene, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christopher and children visited at the home of Felix Burns. There will be church here Wednes day morning and night, March 18. Lee Hammock of Flat River was a Valle's Mines visitor Wednesday eve ning. W. II. Bunt visited his daughter, Mrs. Maude Manwarring, in Bonne Terre Monday. Miss Edna Harverstick visited her parents in DeSoto the latter part on last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Eaton and son moved to DeSoto last week, where Mr. Eaton has employment. Clifton AuBuchon of French Vil lage visited at the home of S. A. Sykes Sunday and Monday. Wm. Doe of Hazel Run was a Valle's Mines visitor Sunday and Monday. Church was well attended here Sun day morning. Mrs. Henry Turley and children visited Mrs. Effie Turley Sunday and Monday. Wm. Armbruster visted his daugh ter, Mrs. Ben Richardson, of near Ha zel Run, Sunday and Monday. Geo. Whitesell was a DeSoto vis itor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moon and children of Bonne Terre visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bentley, Sunday. Everybody is invited to attend church here Sunday morning and night. Miss Nellie White, who has been sick, is somewhat better at this writ ing. Eli Papin of French Village visit ed at Ed Richardson's Sunday. Miss Viola Thurman visited at the home of Ed Richardson Saturday . Miss Stella Richardson visited Miss Florence Horn Sunday. SUGAR GROVE AND ROUTE 2 We had a heavy rain and hail storm here Sunday and Sunday night. Marion Haynes made a business call in Esther Sunday morning. Misses Augusta Schillings and An na Niedert spent Saturday and Sun day with home folks. D. E. Hartshorn took Peter Zolman for his first automobile ride Saturday morning. Mr. Zolman says that he will have to have a car now. Harry Noltkemper made a business trip to Esther Saturday. Marion Haynes called at the home of Joe Byington Sunday afternoon. D, E. Hartshorn and family and Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Martin of this community spent Sunday with Mrs. Martin's daughter, Mrs. D. C. Cas teel.and family in Flat River. Miss Wilma Haynes of Doe Run was the guest of her cousin, Miss Blanche Haynes, here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Naomi Parks of Esther spent the week-end with friends here. Miss Mabele Ebrecht of Farming ton was the guest of Miss Edith Weiss here last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kolman and son, John, of Oak Grove district were visiting in this neighborhood last Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zolman and i Mr. and Mrs. T. F. O'Bannon spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Noltkemper. Those who called at the home of Howard Haynes last Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Perkins, Misses I Blanche and Wilma Haynes, Dan and 1 Jesse Haynes, Clarence and Eugene i Williams, Herman Niedert, Dewey j Zolman and John Haynes. Mrs. W. F. Miller and children vis ; ited relatives in Graniteville the fore j part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thomure en tertained a number of young folks at iheir home last Saturday evening. Those present were Misses Edith Weiss, Mabel Ebrecht, Anna Niedert, Naomi Parks, Blanche, Wilma and Helen Haynes, Eugene Williams,' Herman Niedert and Dan Haynes. All departed at a late hour declaring; they had greatly enjoyed the evening. I Miss Verena Blomeyer spent the week-end with home folks in Farm-1 ington. Mrs. E. G. Williams and daughter, j Fannie, Mrs. John Haynes and daugh- i ter, Lucy, and Mrs. Henry Niedert i spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. ; R. C. Martin. , COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES It was a great meeting. The School Board members and clerks of St. Francois counLy are loyal. Very few districts in the county that did not have at least one representative, many districts had several represent atives in attendance. Everyone seem ed to feel personally responsible for your employer will take a personal interest in you when he learns that you are saving some of your pay? Start a Savings Account With Us and you'll soon be getting ahead in the world. Money means opportunity for you. STRANCOI the success of the meeting and with that feeling prevailing the meeting could not have been otherwise the" profitable and enjoyable. The city Superintendents and Prin cipals of the county proved their loy alty by their attendance and active participation. The following school men of the county were "an ever present help in time of trouble": Su perintendents Johns of Farmington, Melcher of Bonne Terre, Jones of Dcs loge, Danuser of Esther, Jadwin of Lcadwood, and Principals Baker of Frankclay, Knight of Mitchell, and McClintock of Lihertyvillc. County Superintendent Joseph King of Ste. Genevieve county was also present and contributed generously from his U n,n.nU LwUidiM experience. Several teachers were al-1 so on hand to encourage the develop- ! ment of school sentiment. Grateful acknowledgment is due Mrs. O. W. Bleeck of Farmington for a well prepared, timely, and eloquent address. The aplncss of her remarks proved that she has a deep interest in the welfar? of the schools of this county and of the State, and that she has given much time and thought to ways and means of improving their condition. It was a pleasure to hear Mrs. Bleeck and her words "sank in." Dr. R. E. Walsh of Farmington gave a very interesting and instruc tive address on "Oral Hygiene." There can be no doubt but that his remarks will lead to a wider use of the tooth brush throughout the county. Dr. Walsh was formerly a teacher and knew just how to address the school people. The report of the committee on res-1 olutions was a good one and was I unanimously adopted by the Conven tion. It will probably be published next week. List of pupils recently awarded at-1 tendance certificates from this office. I continued: Bessie Jones, Lulu and Blanche Watson, Thelma Wolford, Walter Hamilton. Howard Jourdon.i Glen Robinson, Magdalene Meyer,: Julia Lawson, Opa! McFarland, Lillie Davis, Ivan and Snnford Clay, Billy Davis, and Elzie Flecman of the Frankclay school; Melma Horn and . Bessie Morris of the Patterson school; and Velma Taylor, Edith and Evalena,' and Fred Burlbaw. Velma Chalk, ar.il 1 Emily and Revr. Williams of the De- Lassus school. CO. SUPT. OF SCHOOLS. HIGH COST OF FOOD NECESSI- I TATES JUDICIOUS MANAGEMENT j Purchasing food supplies and plan- j nirg and preparing three meals a day ' has always been a problem but with the increase in food prices the prob lrvi ! l ........ , ; .... ,i;fr,..,,h ...... nay. ine aonormai price oi certain: foods leads the careful housewife to ! seek substitutes but if she does not know the relative values of the dif ferent food3 she cannot make her sub- ' stitutcs intelligently. A knowlsdg 1 of the part that each of the different j classes of foods performs in the body bridge clut is complete Yoi ng man, do vou know that upkeep is essential. Without this knowledge serious mistakes may be made. Biss Bab Bell of the Missouri College of Agriculture makes a few suggestions relative to decreasing the cost of living. (1) Make a thorough study of the different classes of foods and the func tion of each in the body. (2) Plan meals carefully so that foods are not duplicated. For in stance, do not serve Irish and sweet potatoes in the same meal; cheese and meat; rice and potatoes; spinach and lettuce; navy beans and meat. (3) Substitute in part, corn starch for eggs; rice for potatoes- meat sub stitutes for meat; some good oil for olive oil; some product for butter, es pecially in cooking; cornmeal for wheat flour. Milk is one of the best foods and consequently can be substi tuted for higher priced foods. Skim milk has a high protein value. The cost of living may be reduced by: (1) Purchasing food supplies in large quantities when a good store room is available, and by purchasing foods in season. '", Preparing the exact amount of food needed. Some foods cannot be warmed or made over. (3) Planning meals to utilize all "left-overs" and thus reducing the waste which ordinarily goes to the garbage can. (4) Training children and adults as well not to waste foods at the table by leaving quantities on their plates. (5) Doing your own marketing, if possible. (6) Growing vegetables on every foot of ground available and bv can ning fruits, vegetables; storing eggs, butter and other products to be used during winter. TRUSLER'S RHEUMATIC TABLETS Are the only pure veritable 'cmcdy for Rheumatism and Ncrvcusr.ess. They ward off Fever ai d Ap pendicitis. They re!i:vt Rheu matism when all cihe:- -cme-dies fail. Mo::t Rheumatic 1 ost frcm $1 to $5. Rheumatic Tallets c: SljlQ3 only G0c per bcx. which if: s.fk-ient for 40 doses Ii i.earjv every care n few bc::;s &i eil 'hut ore r.eeassary. Go to your dn:gg..;; 1 Insist cn T-ysler's Kheui '.Mcta. If he dece fsci them or wi'l to go'. '..::.: ,ycu, write T. F. TRUSLER HUNTINGTON. INDL For Sal By All Druerft day. latlc N A. without one oi these