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THE FARMtNGTON TIMES. FARMINGTON. MISSOURI, AUGUST 15, 191 Feeding me a D9 C3C2S INCREASING the food supply of the world is the most vital problem which man must solve. The burden of this solution rests heavily upon the shoulders of the farmers of America. The service rendered by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) in producing fuel and lubricants for the economical and efficient operation of farm machinery has made it possible for the farmer to culti vate a greater acreage, produce larger crops, and get them to market at least expense. By maintaining its comprehensive system of distribution, the Standard Oil Company (Indiana.) makes it possible for the farmer to get his requirements of petroleum products easily, regularly and quickly. By virtue of this complete service on. the part of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana), he may, literally, "make hay while the sun shines." He is independent of the health or endur ance of horses. He can plow, cultivate or harvest when these tasks should be done. He can have a complete cycle of activity, operating even by shifts, if necessary. He can plan his operations on a definite schedule to produce a steady, constant supply of farm products for you aiid your family. Thus is illustrated how you benefit by the service rendered by the Standard Oil Com pany (Indiana) to the farmer. These are benefits accruing to the world at large which accentuate the usefulness of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) as a public servant, and emphasize how completely it discharges its obligation as such. Standard Oil Company (Indiana) 910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1778 Total $2007.13 Total Bnl. in Treasury July 1st, 1919. $36.56 INTEREST FUND. Elections . . l 78.00 Street signs, (drive right).... '4.00 Jacob Helber for tile... 4.95 Amount to balance 36.56 ...$260713 Receipts. Amt. in Treasury Jan. 1, 1919, $ 818.40 Amount 110m general fund. .. 1&0.70 Total $969.15 Bnl. in treasury July 1, 1919,.. ..$571.65 SINKING FUND. Expenditures. 6 months' interest on Electric Light Bonds $ 337.50 o montns interest on Water.... v orks Bonds : . 60.00 Amount to balance 571.65 Total ..$969.1! Receipts. Amt. in treasury Jan. 1, 1919..$:t049.14 A,mt. from general fund 420.19 Total $3475.33 Bal. in treasury July 1, 1919,....$ 175.33 Expenditures. Electric Light bonds Nos. 24. 25. 26, 27, 28 and 29 $ 3000.00 Amt. to Daiance 475.33 Total ...$3475.33 ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND. Receipts. Amt. in treasury Jan. 1, 1919$ 1846.91 Amt. from general fund 9019.61 Amt. from Street lighting..... 1118.75 . Total $11985.27 Bal. in treasury July 1, 1919. .$1320.04 WATER WORKS FUND. 750.00 480.00 630.00 83.60 Expenditures. Supt's. salary 6 months Lineman's salary 6 " Engineer's salary 6 " Giles Warsing ipr labor. Coal .... 2026.36 Hauling coal 520.12 Freight on coal 1780.58 Electrical supplies and inciden tals,, 3774.61 Rent Auditor's office 30.00 Westinghou9e Electric Co. repair ing switch board 25.06 B. H. Marbury legal services 100.00 Premium on insurance 8.40 Mayberry, Byington & Tullock, auto hire ...... 6.50 Amount transferred to street and alley fund 300.00 Amount to balance 1520.04 Total ..$11985.27 COLDS INTERFERE 1 wrroiisMSS. DrvYltiHg's "New Discovery relieves them and keep you going on the job Fifty continuous years of almost Unfailing checking and relieving coughs, colds and kindred sufferings is the Eroud achievement of Dr. King's New liscovcry. Grandparents, fathers, mothers, the laddies all have used and are using it as the safest, surest, most pleasant" to-take remedy they know of. Sold by all druggists everywhere. Keep Bowels On Schedule Late, retarded functioning throws the whole day's duties out of gear. Keep the system cleansed, the appe. tite lively, the stomach staunch with Dr. King's New Life Pills Mild and tonic in action. Sold everywhere. JOHN B. ROBINSON, Dentist Specializing in Plate and Bridge Work Complete X-Ray Equipment. Offico with Dr. B. J. Robinson, Farmington, Mo. Phone 94. LEE RARIDEN Dentist Office: Realty Building, Room 6, Farmington, Mo. , Phone 111. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of Receipts and Expenditures of the City of Farmington , From January 1st, 1919, to July 1st, 1919. t Receipts. Collector's taxes and sundry license $ 1689.42 Interest on daily' balances 49.24 Electric light, current and sup plies 9091.61 Water Works, Water and sup plies 9019.61 Marshal's fines and stock fees : 21.00 Kent for oil wagon 10.00 Collector's oil tax 586.85 Interest on Liberty Bonds 21.24 Telegraph, telephone and rail road tax 243.29 Telephone franchise tax 50.00 Dog tax 5.00 Total $13224.01 Expenditures, to Contingent fund..$ 1294.31 to Interest fund 150.75 to Sinking fund 426.19 to Electric Light fund m 9019.61 Transf. to Water Works fund 1549.60 to Oil fund 596.85 to street and alley.... 186.70 Transf. Transf. Transf. Transf. Transf. Transf. Total ... CONTINGENT FUND. ..$13224.01 Receipts. Liberty Bonds 10(10.00 Amount in treasury Jan. 1st, 1919, 2130.73 Amount from general fund.. 1319.60 Total $1706.33 Balance in Treasury, July 1st, 1919 S1367.45 Liberty Bonds .$1000.00 Expenditures. Engineer's salary 6 months $ 390.00 Giles Warsing, labor. 180.90 Century Electric Co. supplies 187.11 Reeves & Skinner cylinder fo pump i 270.00 Reeves & Skinner 1 Dayton pump 500.00 J. P. Cayce rent for Auditor's of fice 30.00 Smith Blceck & Forster premium on insurance 8.40 Amount transferred to street and alley fund 300.00 Supplies and incidentals 472.47 Amount to balance 1367.4 Liberty Bonds 1000.00 Dr. E. J. WILLBANKS Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Farmington, Mo. Office: Farmers Bank Building. Office hours: 8:30 to 11:30 a. m.; 1:30 to 4:00 p. m. Phone No. 181. Total $4706.33 AUTO LICENSE FUND. Amount in Treasury, January 1st, 1919 $624.00 Amount transferred to street and alley fund 624.00 STREET AND ALLEY FUND Receipts. Amount in Treasury, January 1st, 1919 S 48.89 Amount from general fund 186.70 " Water Wks. " Electric Lt. " Auto Lies. " Contingent 300.00 300.00 6.24 89.95 Total $931.78 Balance in Treasury, July 1st, 1919, $595.19 Expenditures. L. W. Blomeyer, street work and bills paid $ 150.22 Mayberry, ifyington & Tullock, teams, street work 35.80 Teams for clean up and hauling gravel, etc., 85.15 Auto license blanks and applica tions : 9.00 H. W. Munley for improvement Jefferson street :. 20.00 Joe Beck, work on granitoid crossings 29.25 Lumber and tiling 7.17 Amount to balance . 595.19 Total $931.78 STREET OILING FUND. Receipts. Amount from general fund $596.85 Receipts. Amount in treasury, Jan 1st, 1919, . $ 1312.82 Amount from general fund.... 1294.31 Expenditures. Street lighting 5 months $ 1118.75 Marshal's salary 6 Night Marshal's'sal. 6 " City Attorney's sal. 6 " Mayor's sal. 6 " Aldermen's sal. 6 " Treasurer's sal. 6 " Fire Chief's sal. 6 " City Clerk's fees 6 " Rent City Hall 6 " Fire Department Pub. blanks, notices, etc. Sundry incidentals and Marshal's fees 53.00 Health Department 7.00 Trans, to street and alley fund 89.95 360.00 150.00 50.00 75.00 120.00 50.00 25.00 185.25 60.00 52.50 87.17 FARMERS, ATTENTION! I have again secured the agency for the famous Read Phosphate Co. fertilizers and while I am in Colorado my business will be handled by W. E. Matkin and C. B. Denman. The Read fertilizers have given entire satisfaction. The prices for the coming year are very attractive. Thanking you for your past patronage and ask ing that you give it to these men, I am, V , ' Sincerely JOHN M. BURLBAW. Expenditures. Amount overdrawn Jan 1st. 1919....... $ 359.09 U xi. oiessing for cleaning oil wagon 3.30 Alleda Kollmeyer for typewriting oil list. 2.50 Austen Koad Machinery Co. re pairs for oil wagon 14.39 W. R. Tetley for making up oil tax list 10.00 Fuel Oil Co. 1 car road oil 352.04 Pelty's Book Store, typewriter paper 1.25 Amt. to balance overdrawn $145.72 Total $742.57 Balances in Treasury, July 1st, 1919. Contingent" fund 36.56 Interest " 571.65 Sinking " 475 33 Electric Lt. " . 1K90(U Water Wks. '.'... " ' 1357 45 Street & alley " . j" 595-1q Total ..$4566.22 INDEBTEDNESS. Electric Light bonds, due 1928, 5-20's, Nos. 30 tcJ 50, inclusive,.:........$10,500.00 (Optional interest, 5 per cent per annum) - Water Works Bonds, due 1922, 5-20's, Nos. 23 to 25, inclusive, 3000.00 ;--T r; - $13,500.00 Interest naid nrnmntlu . . ' 1 month street lighting, unpaid....- .... .,. ....$223.75 State of Missouri, County of SJ. Fran- In the City of Farmington, C018'8S- , In said City. I. Slim P TjWnmnn nlavi, ..ritlll'n nJ XL. i. w . " . u v 17 .L TiV 'i .......... uiu mi me viiy 01 rarmington. ao hereby certify that the above and foregoing is true and correct, as fully ap pears upon record in the Office of the City Clerk in said City of Farmington. .m bum ui Dam viiy, mis ui aay ot August, itfia. " SAM F. ISENMAN, Clerk, (bfc,AL) City of Farmington. An Old Fault Finder' 'An irritfiiblA and fanlf fiu:.M . - . uu.v turning utcpu- sition is often caused by indigestion. n mini wiin goou digestion and bowels that act regularly is usually joe1 na tured. When troubled with indiMs- tion or constipation take j Chamber lain's Tablets. . They strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. They also cause a gentle movement of the bowels. Ob tainable everywhere. (adv.) B. H. MARBURY Attorney mt Law Practices in all the courts in the State. Office Farmers Bank build ing. Farmington, Missouri . F. S. WEBER Physician and Surgeon. Office in Room 10, Realty Building, Farmington, Mo. DR. R J. ROBINSON, Physician. Farmington, Ma, Phone 94. MR. HUGH PORTER, Teacher of Violin. 22 years of Specializing' Schubert School of Music. W. N. Fleming NOTARY PUBLIC REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Your Business I Respectfully Se rf HciteiL Office in Realty Building. FARMINGTON. MO. PHONE 71. PARKVIEW CEMETERY Farmington, Missouri PERPETUAL CARE Lots for Sale Qn Easy Terms W. N. Fleming, Sec Phone 71 Lang & Bro. Mf'g & Mer. Co., FARMINGTON, MO. Manufacturers of Wagons, Farm Implements, Lumber and Build ing Material. ' GEO. C. FORSTER, Agent FIRE, TORNADO, PLATE-GLASS and AUTOMOBILE , ... INSURANCE. ' ' Office in Farmers Bank Building. Notary Public. phono 355. ADAM NEIDERT J0HN NEIDERT NEIDERT UNDERTAKING CO. UNDERTAKERS AND EHBALHERS FARMINGTON, MO. We are licensed embalmera and carry in 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 W. T. Haile, President R. L. ALLEN, Cashier. W. J. Bess, Ass't Cashier. E. E. Swink. Vice President St. Francois County Bank umce upposite.; Farmington, flissouri Solicits your banking business. Insured against burg , lary. This is the bank with the Savings Department- Interest paid on time deposits. Directors: THOS. H. STAM E. E. SWINK. W. T. HAILE. ED. HELBER. R. L. ALLEN. S. J. TETLEY. E. J. HARRINGTON, Established 1897. W. M. HARLAN. President W. R. LANG, Vice President M. P. CAYCE. Cashier S. F. ISENMAN, Ass't Cashier Bank of Farmington f i . capital stock - $5U,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. W. M. Harlan F. Doss M. P. Cayce E. A. Rozler J. W. R. Lang E. Kltin I I THE FARMERS BANK I FARMINGTON. MO. Capital Stock ... $50,000.00 Surplus . - . . $35,000.00 , . ONE D0LL3 STARTS AN ACCOUNT. Directors-P. A. Shaw, Wm. London. W. L, Hensley, W. C Fischer. """ivj, . . Dtiiimn, u. a. Williams. Farmington Undertaking Co., Office and Parlor in Tetley Building. Office Phone 258 Night Phone 46 . RoIIa Cozean, Manager.