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JOTHE FARMINGTON TIMES; FARMINGTON. MISSOURI.
PAGE FIVB LOCAL MENTION 1 V Parrfc; i.at Laakman's Drug Store. Born, to the wife of Riney Lang, on Monday, a boyv , Dtf E. Davis of Knob Lick was a visitor in Farmington today. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cleve land, of Doe Run, on Sunday, a try. Reduced prices on all hats at thi Enterprise. Howard Marbury spent thi Fourth of July at his former home in Festuf. Sam McHcnry, of Route 4. was a business visitor in thin city Wednes day. . S. E. Williams, of Leadwood, wa.t n business visitor in Farmington Tues day.. Fresh trimmed summer hrits, at bar gain prices. Mrs. S. C. Watts. 23-2 1- Dr. E. J. WHUmnks has moved into the cottage cf Sirs. Annie Lloyd or West Liberty street. !".. .). McKinnt'y'.; family molorcu to Frcdcriektown in their new Oid..nv bile Tuesday. ' Mrs. Amy Wells left Tue-day for 0!.!,'.''io!".a and Colorado to look after Lor business interests. Our line of corsets id giving the best of satisfaction. The Enterprise. Mr-. T. B. Welch went to Sc. Louis Msnduv on a shopping expedition, re- turni-'g home Tuesday afternoon T.Ir. and Mrs. Norman Blanton, of F: (dei icktown, spent Satin-day and Sunday with her int, Mrs. 'Emma Fur:: it a. Misses Etidia and Oinclia Wilson left the first of the week for the (ias eonnde River in the O.arks to sped an outing. flrinir in "Bone coupons for re- demnuun. Laaknmn's Di ug Sto Mrs. Simmons and son, Ted, cf N'ov. Orleans arrived last Friday to vi.iit the former's parents, Mr. and M.rs. T. D. Fisher. Kerry Whifencr. cf near Pir.e Midi, Arl,., came in today to transact bus iness and visit his nvmy .St. Franco's county friends. Special reductions on ribbons at the Knterpiise during the month of July. Ju.it ire Zolman reports the mar riage, on Wednesday afternoon, Ji'.ly .'i, of Gurdie Stephenson and Lucy Cob-lea cf Elvins. lioy'M'.'der, so i of Ceo. A. Miller of the business college, left Inst Saturday for C'hitago to study in the school of slant hand. A sweeping clearance of all Spring Hats now in progress at KaiiH & Croftt E. A. Itozie., who has been in .'t. L ids in a hospital on account of ill r.o 's for r.ome time, roturnc.d to raim ji.gt.on the iirst of the wee':. Several splendid rain the past week not only supplied needed inoi.-i .:.'.' but ul-. fu:r.i-h.-! a delightful re pi . fr c :n the hot weather. Mid. ami. no- eleaii.'g .-air of s'.umpi .1 goods at the Enterprise. Mr. and Mrs. (..has. Eldridge of Cairoliton, ill., and Mr.- and Mis. Brown Burr, of Chicago, are visiting their r-ln.ives, Mr. and Mr;, (i. V,. H.irlan. Win. 0 Sullivan returned to bi Ivor...- in St. Louis tho Iu.t of the wi.di, after sponiiiiaT a few days hero on buinesa and nicotiid" wi'ii many oh! friends. champion, Heeling, M. ( Milwaukee. JNwer repairs Moll's Hardware Store. irmiek a at il. Mrs. C. I'.. MrCli i: viking her dour M: Heaed, at M.-MMon Mil d- SO LlOI atim i.onis, icjiri lion..' I a'ay. .iiss Kliic Lai convention of t'lr Louis, which is e is m.,r olvre Ct oat: ball-.' held Lai -1, and is re-present .ni the 0:.a. k Business (. ollere. I CR SALE l'iue Ihoroutvh-I.i ;i Pcland China piffs, rove:; weeks okl. As pood as they make Va.. li. Irwin, Larmi-'ten, Mo. lf- Ilev. 0. 11. Duia-'ms left Tuemlay f , Creenville, ill., to visit his family and other ielaties. Mrs. DturKins anil children are spendine: the summer with relatives. in Creonvillo. jjrs. E. B. Kenner of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Walter S-.ou Lew is of San- Francisco, Cal., aie cimt iv.p: Mrs. E. E. Sutherland. Mis Lewis is a niece of Mrs. Sutherland. A laiKe assortment cf Granite and Aluminum Ware just, received at il. C. Mell Hardware Store. H tho Ttcv. J. M. llaiiey, pastor of the Christian church, has been ordered ny his phrsickn to take a rest of ten days. He if, forced to take tins tor.i pu'lsoiy vacation on account of over work. Walter S. Lewis and wife of Sun l'iaueisco, Calif., visited Jiulae Clay and family thi v.-eck. Mr. Lewis , the inventor of a new transmission cf power which may revolutionize the world. FOR SALE. Will srcrifico fine op era piano for '$125 if taken at once. Addres, Box 32, or phono 130, Lead wood, Mo 22-.t. 'Miss Virginia Morris, daughter of Ceo. Morris, was compelled 10 ro to St. Louis this week to tmdcigo. an other operation fcr an absess in tho head. She underwent a' similar op- cration this spring. Hon. James G. Berkeley waj a Farmington visitor yesterday and made- Tho Times office'an appreciated call. Ho is making an active race for the Democratic nomination for Con gress in this district. You can give your furniture and house interior an absolutely new ap pearance with a touch of Sunshine Finish, to be had at Tetley-Klein Lumber Co. . 1 Owing to the fact that The Times force had a half holiday to observe tho Fourth, this paper is a few hourB ' late this week in reaching its many readers; Wo trust this delay will be overlooked, however, as one of The Times strong points is to reach its readers on time. Sheriff Chas. Adams made a trip to Boonville the latter part of last week to take Harry Lawsoij of Flat River to the Missouri State Training School. Harry admitted committing a series of robberies in Flat River last week. Juatico Good reports the marriage, on Wednesday afternoon, of Orda M. McLeod cf Flat River and Delia E. Chiltlers of Desloge. They wore ac companied by Mr. ,nd Mn. Fled Watkins, the latter a sister of the groom. Practically all the pain and dis comfort of filling teeth has been don i away with by methods Dr. Walsh em ploys. Careful examination costs nothing and imposes no obligation. Office in Realty Building, over l'osi, Office. ' Miss Mayme Schnfer and little : piece, Dorothy May Byingti n, left j Wednesday morning for Wyoming visit the forniei's parents, Mr and Mrs. Jake Sihnfcr. Mr. and .Mr.'. Sthafer were formerly riliens 'u' j N. A. Zimmerman, a good citiaenrf j St. Francois who is belter known ar, . "Uncle Kud", v. js a Farrmngtnn W-: itor on Monday. Uncle Furl is in tho race for prei Idirsjr judge of the couiii.,- , court. The Tims acknowledge:, a pleasant, call. FOR SALE -loO-acrn farm, I! miles ! north of Bismarck, on good rock rond and mall route; well improved ar.d : U under good fence. Come mid look it ' over. For price ai;d terms see E. W. -Hughes, Ehwna-ck, Me. 2o'-lt. : Thos. Ato.e-i has closed out his butcher shop and is moving he; Jam-1 i!y to St. Louis. Mr. Autsen has hern in had health for fomo time and is at, lire. -cat in a hospital in St. Loris, where he underwent an operation, j Farroirgton regrets to lose Mr. Aut-! sen and fnmilj . j Rev. and .Mrs. 0. H. L. Cunnii'::-! ham, who have been visit intr relatives! and mends m Kentucky, returned home Wednesday. They were arcni-, panicd home by their daughter, Mrs. at Bauware, and husband. They re-p-.rt that liiej had an oy.cel.c.nt. uine sliilo in Kentucky. This is the season of the year when arrangemcnls should he made to make your house even your porches fly proof. A full assortment of sizes in i mill window and door screens, also screen wire in rolls, to be had at Tt I ley-Klein Lumber Co. The citizens of Bonne Tare have sta ted n mo, c to build a Iwthimf l.each at the hike on th south side of tov, n. Th 'y estimate that it will tai.e only ah iit' to do this and are now raising funds to secure the n.'eucd rnaierial ami labor. This is sure to prove a good ihirg, especially on '.here hot summer days. A rumor is afloat hero that Jurttc ; Advocate iica. y Davis, i'ornii r: y, j 1 a osectit'u.if Attorney of St. i'raa.ois i county, lias been wounded in h ra' ' The fanis, hoN.vi've:'. has been unubi" ! la ve:ify .-U'h ic,"'.,t, a id his host of i fi lend-' 'here ai" hopeful that the i e ! m ir will :oe lo In: ir hraidoi. It is 'known, howevi. r, iliat Jude l.'nvi r; now m ! i anee. Your, satisfaction is our chief care. Of course we are jn business to ir.a!.c money, but the only way wo expect to do thaf is by having entirely sutisiied it;sio,a"-. If you have a kick any time, rememiic. fbat we welcome it. Bethel's Cash Meat M.."kct. iter .Mil Louis, i. leiinoy and family, 1 Liu oii"'i r'ai mil.;.'- r st ;ho t'n'. i le H". ni hi 1. I: y a'.iLj. city, il to iv Ti. em die w, 11 er his Senaheial epiMn' thi iiurhcv lltllL' t. 01 is j.ooi mai Mr. an 'vave he;: I ., when with the 1 t-t f .Mrs. 1. I o.- iciir. i Air. N, lieo.irtn lesn. : tvi core in Wa ah had ait of innli, . 1 ihitrlon, ! A i:n le.ai' have returned to i-nrnii)i;.iii to mU;i their home. r.Ir. Smith Ian ac a linsition as carne ,t with til aiea Na- tional Lead Co, at !'!;! , who a-heo! ,i'er. liai ry, had been in l.,i are a-j's hrothe, Washingtoii since 'nes.-entr.ir for the . ieulluic, returned WANTED -Coo Farmington and i county, to htuid!" Tractor Attachna mobiles. Far fu'l E. LL'. rloa-d, a., it tinea: of is- I.vpni a!-'o. iii.dh the -I f. in fa AK. 1P07 tow; in i :a ! be: r Ford lur.o niation, writ. Sup;.. A Rui?t-r St., . Lou:.1:. Mo. DtSoto has pa no one is to be streets. An'thei a n era-n nice i ll in on the ordinanc-, nro'nii'i's the use cf the (ieriuan language on file streets and in any of the liu;n- houses. It tesnu that PrSo'o is de termincd to make good American cit izens cut of every one-. If every tov.'i would do as DeHoto has dene, iTganl it(f the lc-ating proposition, it is cer tain that it wauld go a Hig ways to ward solving the labor shortage that now confronts the country. j STRAYED One bay mare, V hands high, about six years old. Built iong and rangy with a littlo scar en j left ankle caused by interference, i Llack man.o and tail, small white speck on forehead. Had on a blue j vebb halter when gone. A liberal re-! ward for returning same to Harry A. j Miller, Elvins, Mo, .! Glen Dais, the hcnutifnl farm homo i of 182 acres of Mr. Rood, two miles I west of Doe Run, was sold recently ; to Henry Mounce and son, Clarence, of Madison county. Consideration ! was $11,500. Messrs. Mounce . will i take possesaion on the first day cf August in preparation for a larpe I wheat crop. Mr. Reed and wife will I move into their farm home in Doe i Run. We are gladv to welcome the Mounce family in our county. The deal was. consumatcd by Capt.W. A. Kennedy. STRAYED OR STOLEN "Blood" bays, horse and mare; horse 1(3 .1-2 hands high, 8 or 9 yeara old; paces under Baddte. Mare branded XV nn right hip, small whita star in fore head, 17 handa high, 9 or 10 years old. Disappeared Juno 24th. I will pay liberal reward for information leading to their recovery. Wis, Mint rcr, Frankclcy, Mo. Toilet Articles for the i Dressing Table I have the greatest va riety of perfumes, toil et waters and complex ion powders ever gath ered together in this town. Every one has a preference for some special brand. ' We are here to please and that is why we have all good brands, the kind sold only in drug stores. Call and see for yourself. Phone if you can't come. We deliver. E. ffl. Iiaakman:c The time is here when the unto speed maniac must he kepi oif the highways, if the peace of the gem-nil public is to be conserved. It is no tin usual sight to sea Mich public nua nces speeding over the. roadways at j the rate r forty miles an hour ar.d they often fail Lo decrease such speed j to any noticeable extent when passjuc ; through Farmington. A i'e'.v strenu- ous examples would relieve this dan- : gerous practice. The rights' of hu man beings should oe precedence over the pleasure of the auto maniac. II. E. Brown. -'. B. Steininetr, ai. 1 I Otto Aly of Ulackweil were in F.n'in inu'ton Wednesday to consult, ihc. County Court aboul the bniliiinir of a : bridge over the liver at l.'laekwi.l. Carl Traueruiclit, who until rec n'.- j !y was the very eiiicient deputy Coun-j ty Clerk.' but who resigned ifal p '-:-1 tion in eider to offer his sei'if.-i t- the government, has applied f.n- a .; opportunity to enlist in the I'sy-irel-j cgy Medical Departnient ai I'limii tiretadeaf, (hi. If he is granted tlnr.' privileg?, Carl hopes to be aide t -i Mie a Lieutenant's commission alter: three months' training. He wiii ( n-; u ' the service as a private. ' HOTEL LEACH FOR SALE. 27 ' looms in all. liii arc well fiirni.-lied, j doing good business, have ciirht re"-' ular bjarders at $10 per week, and j throe roonics from whom we- receive Sid per week, trood transic.it. btisine'-s. ' 'lent, of Iniihiin'T is o" per mouth, i W ill sell for iSl'JUO. If inten sled j -nine to Flat Liver and look il over.! It'.s a bargain. THE LOCAL M.MtKET Wheat, per bushel.. Flour, per 100 Pis... abeil, unbolted, per .?2.0C,- i . o. io : i . hi. 1 0 i . B.ir. i j o- . i . 2. 'hi 1 .' . tkio1; el. ideal, bolted, p.-r luiahel. . . .'ii.xed feed, per 100 pound Ship-Klufi", per 100 pounds. Bran, er 100 lbs Corn, per bushel $1. iiens, per lo 'oosttrs, per lb Butter, per li) Eggs, per donen 'j to . o Hay, per ton Bacon, per pound . . f..'0 to to li lb .2.()-l .30 .Spring en ri-ieiis, 1 per pound 1- The wise prophet, lays up an exjihi ation for a rainy day. Pove- : sha ty is an effective tuning the wits. jCividsiene We have plenty of ' Barrel and ' Sack Salt , Come in and get a supply Klein GrowrCq, , '-2SBS i ISYOUR BANK DOING DUTY? Patriotic Citizens Should Sea That Participation Announcement li Shown. The banks throughout the Eighth Federal Reserve District are Riving earnest and patriotic support In aid ing In the flotation of United States Certificates of Indebtedness, millions of dollars of which nro being sub scribed by the hanks to pave tho way for 'the Fourth Liberty Loan Cam paign. A handsome participation announce ment. has been prepared by tho Lib erty Loan Organization, and one o thes'e will be sent, to eae,h bank that subseri Indeble be prr-i tielpat Kach and a tor ' these Certificates of s. This nnnounceinent will IllC -.Eiii.tHly displayed by tatli par air bank. rr.:;..!;nn.'!nont in naui'iered. careful check Is kept on ail Kvery pa i riot lo c iiirani who is lo aid the ti ivorament and v. ir should look fur I his an :va:t lu the hank where he ha -inesti. It it. Is rot seen. 'I l.iqaire ot the bank the rea iHi Khseiice. Issued, anxious wla the nouueea tranrae: he shoii son for CERTi rip; U. S. Treasury Certificates of Indebt edness Highest Form Com mercial Paper. - ; t.-iry of the Treasury William d o has niudo an appeal to all bankers, v.h.eher or not they lie mem bers el tile Federal Iteserv.' Tank, to buy Ciiied shales Treasury Cert I Il eal CR ft ieel'.htedai ss up to 2'.j per cent .1' I' eh' to; r.l resources for each lr,'-ue The hankers are request ".(l to mnko this c ah' nlai ion not on tho Ik.ares bhawii in (he latest piihlishod s'ate moat, hat on the foo:in;;s maila on the day V,.: : uhreriptioa is 'placed., Tlv Certilii ales . f ladehleiliiess aro offere-' only to haule rs. They will ho fifforod reminioMlhlv until tl'.e oi'en- IOf, I pa:fi: est. per f the Fourth !Ji. i-iy Loan Cam Tliey i!ra' -t'j per e at inler Th.v conslitn.il i amine ivial pa if Iho very hhi'nest : rder tb oblifiat int K . uvaiial laarke! poslls, lo th -ils ov.-i Each Certhe prom ' noun'" fact. ; llClli',' parti. aei (it a horruwer supreani u y and resoarcs, a s-Mirhy lo for 'rediscount, i,:ilah!e in the . sec urit y for (iov i laseiit de an in set which is a coiaoiinient conservation and pairioti au of or. bank taking its share (f the at. s of indeht. ilner.s will ivo ittiy i!i'pl.iyeil an of. 'rial i"i .eat. naiuhered, sliowi".'; (his "..'i.-iih.i liim and woim n hieihi I ir banhersf to shoe,- ih;s : :i aanouii, in. ait, u.al in- EAT'. PATRIOTIC rev in; Cover Their Loyalty in Aiding arien to F" tho War. t 'd 'snir the he t of pair1 throii ! ism hoot i'iet Ihan-1 iliu ;1 hi Iho Ihe I-'a-ii'ia ., vh .-1 thi- ' ill" 1'llhe.l ; of ladebt baiiks. : a ry ('. "1 t. and ilite'ihti-l't ciinniri- iai; i!iiywi".:-o. Ml fii.".e r-. ! ! .., Iv or m ..: 1.: :t inly ail Iho li-r itl err All l l i bey ih., ill.'- ti -la-ova! oi' .1 i: ihe 1 P: Hi ilka of tli ineiit to av id r ekes. of Cr lad -ht- t !! d' ::i.: " fall on th . oi r'h Loan, f ,: d fr;i:u raw ill g. thro-i ran anil ren u "Sl an-. 0 til form tho ha: whkh whl i . ;.t strain ft ieriifieafi) lihl ' be mad Ihi ': :to Tor ihe ! i. y that b, n !.- and la!' ir 1 i'.ehi of loan i oantry f r r. '!:o ccrtih aii-s : etem (X cia ili country of a ; e-ience if the ii' en ado. t'id f-:i. would a had Fr.zLir.:ziiAay campaicm Eiohth District Eankers Absorb First Offering cf Certificates of Indehtedness. Petikers throughout tho EighiU fed eral Reserve District are entering heartily in the Government's plan ti dispose of the $7."iO,000,000 Uu'fed Slates Treaaury Certificates of lmlebt cJresB. Tho quota for the St. Louis D'sirict is $30,000,009, Issued June 25. Similar offerings of 'tho certificates, uot to ex ceed eight Issues, will be made every two weeks until the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign. Then these short term certificates, .maturing. October 21, may bo turned In for the lon:;-term Liberty Bonds. By the banks taking the certificates at each offering, the nuney goes Into tho hands of the Government, It ia expended for raw materials und for labor, is thrown back into the chan nels of commerce and may bo used over itnd -over, and the people not mads to feel the drain that would be felt it the entire amount were raised at one time. The: Certificates of Indebtedness plau , will relieve the Liberty Laan Campaign to a large extent and make its success all the easier. ;s '''' '''- ' UNCLE SUM'S EYE ON Names of Men Falling In Duty on File in Washington. . ' . Foes of the Third Liberty Bond i suo throughout the United Statics will be listed and their names placed ou file in the Treasury Department, where secret service agent will have access to tliem at all times. Tho sev eral million Liberty Bund 'salesmen throughout the country will cany yei low cards furnished by the govern ment, upon which they will write tho name, address ami objections ot all persons who refuse- to buy a bond. When a pi i -.m shows an attiiad.i hostile to the loan the salesman will take out a yellow card and tU ii'.m it will bo necessary to i; -t his name and address and an exaci statement as why he will no! sab-crihe, so that it may be filed Willi I be lh-trut l.iueriy Loan Conimiitcc and ui a In tlra I ri abury IX. partiuent at vyasitinaton. Secre.ary llcAdoa in his instruc tions to liio various Libe'i'iy Uo.ui cotu luittecs fhroURhoul the cinmlry haa e plained that the goveinmem does uot intend to force jiersons to inve.it in bonds who cannot afford to do so, but in each case the man who fails lo do yo will be asked to give his reason i It is pointed out 1 hat many who bought Sad and $lUh bonds on lire oth er loans could have invested iii-iesj and $I,iiiu bonds, and these will be listed. The government Is determined not only to lira the military flackers, of llie nation bu' also tile financial ,-lai k o::. I'uele Sam lakes Ihe position thai the man who can afford to invest in a Liberty Bond and n fa. e.s to do so is just as niU' h a slacker as the man who iiltci.opls to dodge the dra'fl. The government has launched a campaign ti. keep ia! on the. disloyal men and women of the nation and no one ina i. scape. Congress has b"( n ask. il to enact a law that -rill provide a fine of flo.Oeh or imprisonment lor not more limn 'o years for persons who i, irnilal so. li tioui and traitorous, propstt'an ! -. nli.'iirT by wur 1 of mom h or I i i ; : . lure, due of 1 1 1 princip;,! objects i l the proposed law is to halt opposhion to i he Libel I y Loan campaign. KAISER VS. BUTCHER VVEYLEH Devastrtion ?.nd Cruelty In Cuba Out done in Beleium and Franc;. AM Ar.'. rli a shuddered u ih sham., aii'i eon.i aip: w to a a he..iih.-s i-;aa-isrtl .Iruv.i -i ( , i . n p.-'seefiil ili iiabi i a ..; -of ('aba fr. -in t.ieir hoines and f -c . d ilieiii inio reeone.-n: ; ado e:nnps to i-ni-fi-r, to starve and to die. La! no one ver iocuseil the Madrid ai-r-eiiiiiienf of sm h bnnuliiy a. niaiks ihe cruelly lnliieie, up, in ii-.l-ilrr-n, or the uni, ie,it inaahh h irii;..: ' : v shown lo win, ion by ihe In unless i; ,-. man.-, in invai!eiil latu!;-. What t!ie I'liis'sian Ins de-.e in . I Kinin. in iiu.-'- ia, in lloiinn nei ,m;l : eih- r Kn,-t pi an eniinl'rii - !; nniiltl -:o in Ann ilea if liie KhImt v.ia lie- v.nr. I.'ny a I. iln rly L out :.a-i i. !.i t. a ptolesl I .aiin-t the r,,h- r r.uiliji i. bloo I !iir:-.ty l'rU: Si::n v.:,r io ,1. Aiaerhai niiiia win Ihe : , r or civ!- liillioa u: (.ill ( -(1 , fee!,. S.'-l c:ill ami he will win. bu! h" leu-' h v.. (jr. Io al siriii' ri i.f tie i.n-n w . .. .- i ay a ' heme as well as tae sniil.i r v. ,i in, s to fraiii a. Iihlioa; must he r-i i---.:! io -ir-ely ihe run,. !'e- foetl, (in. Ih ni- rel ..: ! 'vie ihia.a 'ion are liece-sary in :-ii;';i.)-t tho it ri:;.-. " ; Ti" jive (virr'is of I!:.- I'niie ! isia ii. raa.-t supply ih (!. . y wii'; which In feed, ( I nhe anil i::.::: I. on ih.--army. The best w.'.y to do .. .. is : i buy n Lib -riy linr.d-- the -.:! ;i -. t-1 ment in the world. . H'CC.IIICl l(nCibv,wiil PIGS ALSa LOYAL They Will Root for Thirl LILcrty Loitn Bond Campaign. Mistiouri pisa wlil root for the world's frei-iinin, will supply leod for the 'Sammies and creat-. a rind for tho purchase of Lhubertylhm ,-.ht:i:eshr..i purchase of Liberty 'hind.-.. A whole trainload of youn.; porkin-s will wend their way from An. '.rain County, Mo., to the St. Louis inarkei, where they wil enter the, slian.hh s and willlnaly give up their lives th,:. the boys "over there" may live. The "pig" idea is the product of the fertile brain of a Jlissou-i wmnn. Mrs. C. if". Clark of Mexico, renji:;in..; that "pigs is p'ps" no lururr. bat money instead, took her p cj -Tt. up with the 'farmers, who ia it ! en dorsed her plan. They have agreed to load up the train with pies and Invent the proceeds In Liberty Bonds of the third issue. PiCTURES TO KOVE PATRIOTS Slides and Trailers Prepared in Waoh Inpton aid Sent Broadcast. . Moving picture shows throughout the Eighth Federal Reserve District, embracing' seven states and parts.of states, will educate their patrons through a series ot slides and trailers that will be supplied through the na tional organization at Washington. These pictures will be a reminder ot the duty that the people owe to tholr country In the present crisis. KNOB LICK Dr. I. N. Shannon of Fretfericktown Route 3, was a Knot Lick visitor-Saturday. . Mrs. Ed Clark and daughter, Katie, were guests of Mrs. C. W. Marshall Monday. Everett Anderson came home from Flat River Wednesday of last 'week. Lee and John Mathews were Knob Liek shoppers Thursday of last week. Miss Elsie Hutching and sister were guests at tho homo of Mrs. John Well one day last week. Mrs. Win, Wells of Route 6 was a Knob Lick .visitor Tuesday. Grant Chamberlain in on the sick list at this writiiy.. ' Judge Kinnerrtian wan a businos.3 visiter, hi Knob Lick Thursday. Tonny Baker left Wednesday fcr Flat River to seek employment, Mrs. Chsxrles Marshall wins the gust of Mrs. John Wells Tuesday. Joe Mattingly cf Rente 3 was a Knob Lick visitor Monday. Miss Iva Chamberlain was the guest of Mrs. J. S. M w tin Sunday af- I tcrnoon.' I Mrs. Win. Wcllrt visit-al -Mrs. P.a- i chc I eulieek one clay wcca. j C W. Marshall war a business vis ' itor in Karmingtoa Saturday. Mi's. Alf Clink sjient Kiimiay With I her num., Mrs. Alex Chamberlain. I Mrs. J. IL Wells was shopping in Knob Lick Tuesday. 1 Miss Edith Klemp (f American i Center was Ihe guest cf Iva Cham i berlai.i Sunday. j Alf Clark made r. business t'-ip to Knob Lick Sunriuy. (Jeo. Lafihancc of near Frederick town was the guc?t cf reWivcs here Sunfhiy. I Mifs Birtl.n Wells of Route li was a Knob Lick visitor Wednesday eve ning. i Andy Lemon visited C. V. Marsla.il Sunday. , Miss Mary Clark was the gn.t of M s. J. S. Martin ar.d fiimily iiMday. Mr. .ai l Mir. Hono r Lynn win--! Kn:niiiigl(n visitors SiiUirday. Mrs. John Wells and Mrs. C. .V. ?Ln -hall were K.inb L'ok slieiiK..n 1 ridav. ('. W. Marshall visHe.' W. F. Par rot t Sunday. I'.erl Cook was the guest of Thoma? Ciav Sunday. Ali.-s Edh Klemp visited Mrs. Mar tin SH-'iin.v. . , J. D. W ills and wife r.pmt .untu-.y with the li fter's parents, .dr. a-i.! Mrs. Chan. Marshall. Hi :!M I'arrott Bfe.ii tie; day with .ielei 1. 'noil, Sunday. Ji:s. John Well., air! ii;-.'.)..r;H::-, Cr:w; we.e Kiob Li:'-: visit' is li'-:i-liav. Mie. Lu Chanibeilain vitc.l Mrs. M.irrie Mai tin one l"y la :t vc-jK. Mrs. Wai. Smith wa vWiimr i'J atives in, Kncb Lick I riJae. Miss Lizzie Louis cf Mi. Oak was guest f Misses Minnie a"d Lucy Lemon one day last week. Miss Elsie Marshall was shopping in Knob Lick Friday. Willie Clark visited home, foil.! SundaV. Mrs. John Wells end .Airs. J. I). Wells were guests if Mrs. flachael Van,!-.-'- Yi:c: lav. 'Mrs. .1. 1 1. Weils. Miss Iv.lmi Chiiii ;,. !:::. ,l.:'.:e and A:v.:o t h-sj-mu-., :::o -i a sl Era Weils ;.: e fu--d ..!' M: -. .''.i.i..'.aie Ma. tin Me : ".' at'.. a - neon. v'i s :'mi:ie 1.0 nu n was ;i Kn.d Lb k visitor Friday. Ml v. .lion-- I )'..' V MS ;.',l.ppiV ill K'.' i' Lick 'I nes.iny of last t.eeli. K '..wies iv'h.b aii.l Mi. -' Mary .V. -si-:'U. Jess Ih whl aii l Liny Lt !'.). i, Kv. ret' Ma, shall ind Mian:- Leiei ii rni vi aa .:;.'::. o i'f tl'e i i a-:- Sua-- . r -( . . - -1 f: Mi V Cla li an i ;-'; i - i'o " eretei: vh -'. ,s M-a.-la' Joha ...w on viiU.I J'-s and F. F.i-.viu i-alioday. Mi- a' Is aa and K . a Yr!:.- w:a c-ye- M yf ;,!!-. I'la iles Marshall .-:!'. uriiav. TiiLS. l',aV vi- itdl Jeii'i !.,.;. II C! :-..!' da v. Uvilier' and Evcroll Clark spea Siiii.h y with CimthXv an. I .'.i':--Ma:.:iiaii. II' ie ;;! Ltn-v Lioeen vi- .-rail -..'.: fi:i II". ami si: :. F..VI V, -11--r Sa'u..'av. Li-:. -i"'- Win '.'hn .-. was a Karl.: i'..':::, t il av wa-i 'A'.-.- I i hsr I Si-: i i , --. :o fd- Mt. Oi- kc ;" worn ;;ie'.ts of Mi l.d . il ilcuf i( Vi esday. Jesse '..aw i n v.i a:- 'tae .day. Kneb Li..k : f.i a iil.f'ais One thing thnt inii.-rer.x- glisii and K'. r.ch iiiiiita; y is the i.sa tiia; A m-;r;u;r; i rr.uhe cf i':-i" ;ifi- 'a ) i-hi I r'aembcv ; . cf i - a .::, p ri, llrit-'-i :- r.tvMht i;l;r fa o' Uvety Ami :.:::.' : Liia: eli'c- in -. rthcr- a- r: P. a:-: or. TV rlov.:a;ei.-: 1-j i who (''i:-::a.r;.-'.l t'n i vIMo "t is cf life ;-,ntl UK3 da r.ct rioiitv. bv it'. cr,i-.-a mm- sncfcir lie jf- I t . d f i(' i ce.:ar'al dircrticn ,cf tha rtomy, bcys.li'te to draw a bcaJ- oi a: ma diviuual Han. i v i DR. R. E. WALSH DENTI5T Farmington, Healty Bldg. Phone .. lit. Tuesday; Thursday and " Saturday. , Flat River Phone 572. Monday, Wednes;hiy and Friday. Belter Dental Work; Painless Extractions. , yt x.V4ii-.'':l