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THE FARMINGTON TIMES. FARMINGTON. MISSOPR1 JULY 15, 1921
FAG'S SXTK2V unit; ui me unreaiesi Econ omic Problems Is Bistrifeution" PRESIDENT HARDING in a recent address declared that "one of the greatest economic prob lems, if not the greatest, it distribution. There .can be no doubt of the position of the good roads movement in the solution of the problem. I believe that Federal and Sate Governments must not only create good roads but they must insist upon the maintenance of - good roads. A good road gone wrong is a streak of memorial to neglect and waste. The roads we build , must be built for use in the distribution of products v rather than for merely pleasure riding. We must foster the use of motor trucks." The expression of the chief executive of our nation lis but a Confirmation of the experiences of the Standard , . jOil Company (Indiana) in the conduct of its business. The problems of distribution are of paramount importance and in effecting this distribution, good v A .roads are a primary essential. 1 The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has in opera tion mora than 4000 motor trucks engaged in distribut ing gasoline,, kerosene, and lubricating oils to ultimate .consumers in 11 Middle Western States. It is the 'business of this department to attempt to furnish .Standard Oil products to whoever may require them, ' N -wherever he may live. To supplement the tank wagon, the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) maintains a network of service : stations, located on the main traveled highways, every .few. miles in the country and every few blocks in the city. Through its highly specialized organization, the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) manufactures from xrude petroleum the three factors necessary to a solu tion of . the problems of distribution. Stanolind Paving Asphalt for good roads enduring roads. Red Crown, the high-grade gasoline, for power tremendous power. Polarine, the perfect motor oil, for .lubrication correct lubrication. iln'the manufacture of these products, the Company (has 'set as a measure of value, specifications which it Ibelieves insure the user the utmost of service at a mini rmum of expense. Its products are made to exact stand aid i, .and these standards are based upon a careful, 'exhaustive study of the conditions under which they will be 'used. All are uniform in quality and go to the (consumer with the Company's guarantee that they :areueaactlyias represented. Standard pil Company 'Indiana) 910 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 2509 PRIMROSE (Crowded out Inst week.) Lee Moon, of Melzo, transacted bus iness in Bonne Terre Wednesday. i Mrs. Hoelzel and daughter, Miss Minnie, of Melzo, were shopping in Bonne Terre Wednesday. Mrs. L:-.ss Cash and little son spent Thursday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. AMoon. W. A. Jones, stf Melzo, rniotored out to Bonne Terre Wednesday on .busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. laubbers, of near DeSoto, were Banns Terre visitors ThuntrfftV. Geo. Hammock made Isipito .Bonne Terre .Wednesday. Lydle Williams matured o jBonne Terre last wek. Jacob Matthey, of near Melao, was a business visitors in Bonne Terre Saturday. Sirs. Whit cr was nome OI m. . -one. John Bailev made .business '.trip to Bonne Terre Saturday. Msss Effie Cook was m guest of Misses Verna and Lois Jones Sunday. Wsa. Snyder and son, Andy, were Bonne Terre visiters Satrikiy. -mm ..is !!:::E:x-.-::.-.rr : .; . W 3 I .. .. ras: i V. Ill It t ,.i-',v:.:. v-Ktw a; iwi.-. . 1 I I iw''" I Misses Eva Jones and Katie Hoel zel, of Melzo, Mnne and Martha Meyer were gUests of Misses Edna and Elsie Rawaon Sunday. L. H. Cash and Wm. A. Moon made a trip to Bonne Terre Monday- Wilbur Jones, of near Bonne Terre, made a trip to that city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lass Cash and little son, Albert, spent Sunday evening at the home of the former's brother, Fred, at Goff Springs. Ferman Moon motored to Bonne Terre Sunday. Miss Beulah Moon, of St. Louis, spent the Fourth here with ber parents Mr. and Mrs. Willis Moon. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Wilson, al so of St. Louis. Welton and Bernell Holdman, of Bonne Terre, motored out here Sun day and also attended the ball game at Melzo. v A game of base ball was played At I lan Cimrinv nfrnonn hptwApn Mpl M and Valle's Mines. The score was 30.12 in favor of Melzo. Those entertained at the home ' of Willis Moon Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Pettes and children, of Bonne Terre, Misses Etta Lawson, Bertha Blackwell and Beulah Moon, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. And Mrs. Jacob Mat they of near Melzo, and Herman Law a on. - Quite a number from here attended the picnic at Bonne Terre the Fourth. Wm. Rawson, of Desloge, motored .ant .here tne Jre part or last week And visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rawson. Thos. RawsM, of Prospect, was a i ousiness visitor in Bonne lerre last week. Thos Douglas, of Flat River, made a trip out here the fore part of the week. Elmer Rawson ranAt trip to Bonne Terre last.weeK. WOMACK (Crowded out last week.) T. E. Ellis, of Frederkktown, was guest of his son, Waiter Ellis, .here the past week. Geo. Lenz was shopping in Freder icktown last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hahn and son, Olen, of St. Louis, were the guests of his - parents, Mr. and i Mrs. Joshua Hahn, over Sunday. Rev. T. N. London, of Marquand, passed through here on last Saturday tnroute to Whitewater to preach. ' L. J. Womack, of near Yount, was Lucky Tiger The Nmtton'a Hair ami Heslm RaatMf r ' ' 1 Positively eradicates Bitmn nctSpm rbma falunr !nir 1 pmBotMluxaTiaatinawtli-addihMCr, K imatr, bMlUt- mctioB linndliw and canaia, Maoflr-Baek UsvuM in this community last Saturday. -Several from here attended the pic nic at Fredericktown last Monday. Mrs. John Beard was guest of her son, J. u. Heard ana lamiiy, at rrea- ericktown, over Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Caruthers were shopping in Fredericktown last Tues day. John Johnson, of Libertyville, was in this community on last Friday. Rail Huffstutler, of fredericktown, was in this community last Friday. Mrs. W. J. Hines is nursing a very sore foot, the result of stepping on a broken bottle. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hill and children were business visitors at rreaencK- town the past week. Leon Womack was a business vis itor at Fredericktown last Friday. Those who gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hines on July -1st to celebrate the lat.tr's 26th birth day anniversary were: Mrs. W. A. King, Mrs. Lon womacK, Mrs. J. i. Dameley, Mrs. Jim Hill and son, and Henry Sechreat. A sumptuous dinner was served and all had a most enjoy able time. E. N. Womack. of Libertyville, was guest of his brother, Leon, Friday night. ,v Johnnie Tessreau purchased a ford car last week. C'orena Lenz of Fredericktown, was guest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Lenz, Sunday. Clubiey Johnson was guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, at Libertyville Thursday night. Elijah Warren returned trom St. Louis last Thursday. Heber tessreau. or near St. Marys visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Tesreau, here the past week. Mrs. Claud Lincoln and chiidren, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tessreau, return ed to her home in Flat River last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. liarley Hahn and son were guests of his brother, Aaron, and wife, Saturday night. Those who gathered at the home of Mrs. N. C. Moore on last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Womack and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Whit- worth and family, Mr. and Mrs. jonn Hines, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Caruthers, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Womack and fam ily. Mrs. G. W. Womack, Elijah War ren of Womack, and Jtred Larutners of near Barks. They took milk, sugar, ice, and full baskets and at the noon hour a feast was spread which was highly enjoyed by all. Arthur WomacK and uilDert wnit worth motored to fredericktown on last Sunday. C. L. Womack, who has been work ing for his brother, Arthur, the past two weeks, visited his family near Hurdon bundav. Li. J. womack, ol f redericmown, was in this community Monday. A HOME COURSE IN DOMESTIC SCIENCE "Twenty Lessons in Domestic Science," hy Marion Cole Fisher has recently teen received by ug for re -view. This a complete advanced course in domestic science and home econom. ics boiled down to meet the require. ments of the housewife and the stu dent. , The entire course consists of twen. ty practical lessons one hundred pag es filled wilh the most valuable in formation the housewife cun possess heretofore taught only in domestic science schools. Do you know the relative value 'of food, which fruits to use for cooking, what purpose aalads serve, the cor. rect use of comffrmetfts, albont proper kitchen equipments, about U. S. Gov. ernment bulletins, how to reduce the high cost of living, how to promote and protect your own and your fam ily's health, how to make housekeep ing simpler ahd more economical and .jleasant by utilizing modern science in the tame. This hook, we note, is priced at $2 per copy and from what we understand it contains a complete $100 college course, condensed, and it is practically FREE to every interested housewife, Write the Home Economics Depart. ment of the Calumet Halting Powder Co, 4169-28 Fillmore, St., Chicago, 111., for full particulars regarding the book and how to secure it. BuVMy-Tism is a power ful anti septic. Cures infected cuts, old aorea, ete. Four amendments to the state con stitution are to be voted on at the spe cial election to be held .on Tuesday, August 1. The first amendment is to determine finally whether there shall be a state convention to. revise and amend the constitution; the second amendment removes constitutional re strictions against women holding elec tive public offices in Missouri, bring ing the state constitution into con formity with the nineteenth amend ment to the federal constitution; the third amendment is -to give authority to use the revenues derived from the state automobile license tax for the payment of the interest on the sixty million dollar state road bond issue, and the fourth amendment puts up to the people another bond issue not to exceed fifteen million dollars, to bear not more than five per cent nterest, for the purpose of paying the soldiers furnished by Missouri during the late war a bonus of ten dollars a month for each month that they were in ac tive service. Literary Digest 666 cures Malaria, ChMls and Fever, Biliona Fever, Colds and LaGrlppe, or money refunded, ' N England Suffered Twelve Years Ago "About twelve years ago I suffered with a severe spell of malaria and af terward was much troubled with rheu matism," said Mr. L. P. England, a reliable citien of Spartanburg, S. C. "I tried many remedies recommended for rheumatism," he continued, but failed to get any permanent relief. I saw an advertisement for Number 40 Prescription, purchased a bottle and found so much relief that I continued taking it and am well of the rheuma tism. I keep Number 40 Prescription in the house at all times as I do not wish to be without it." ' Number 40 Prescription is recom mended for blood troubles from any cause, chronic constipation, indiges tion, stomach and liver troubles, ecze- i, skin troubles, etc. Acts on the liver removing waste matters from the system thus cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and doing away with the need of cathartic pills and tablets. WHAT YA MEAN MONOTONY? Well meaning, but densely ignorant, editorial writers ever now and again, bemoan the routine, unexciting, un. varied life the farmer leads and wisely opine that what the rural world needs is more excitement, more hazard, may hap, more varied interest. The wise writers should accomplish a mess of farm chores before break fast and after supper for a few weeks; they would discover that the rural vo cations contain all the hazard and risk and excitement that is left in bus iness today. In town the days are ahout the same; you catch the same car, or prank the same flivver, morning and evening; you dodge just so many taxis and milk trucks, or miss just so many hesitating matrons with baby buggies. But in the country it's different. If you milk a string of eight cows, the farm average, it is a gold letter day in the year that at least one bovine mon ster doesn't swat you in the eyes with her tail, or joggle the pail from be tween your legs, or bowl you over without warning. A Tonic For Women t "I wss hardly able to drag, I was so weakened," writes Mrs. W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C. The doctortreated me for about two months, Still I didn't get any better. I bad a large fam ily and felt 1 surer must do something to enable me to take care of my. little ones. 1 had beard of CARD II I The Woman's Tonic "I decided to try It," con tinues Mrs. Ray ... "I took eight bottles In all ... I re gained my strength and have bad no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have tea children and am able to do all my housework and a lot out doors ... I can sure recom mend Cu-duL Take Cardui today. If may be Just what you need. At all druggists. En ew Pric Chevrolet "490" Touring Car Deuvered Roadster $725.00 $715.00 An exceptional value Lang Motor Co. INSIST ON GETTING Schramm's Clover Leaf Ice cream and butter All kinds-Brick Cream, Sherberts, and Ices. Only pure fresh cream and milk used in our products which are made and handled under strict sanitary condition. The public is invited to inspect our plant. NOTICE! Strayed or Stolen one bay mare, about 15 hands high, will weigh about 1000 pounds; little white in forehead, and right hind foot and left fore foot white; left hind ankle large. I will pay $10 for her recovery. N. C. WOOD, Rivermines, Mo. When you feed the fool calves it is r.nother rare day when one calf doesn't suddenly buck up and butt you half across the shed, while its brother bunts the pail from your hands, and its half-1 sister steps on your good foot; the other one being out of commission be cause the axe slipped yesterday. If you curry and feed the horses, or wind up' the tractor, and you escape without at least a back-fire, or a back kick, or nip from the mare who al ways has a grouch until noon you are again unusually blessed. And through the long hours until bed time nature offers - her various moods, many of them contrary. The sharp shinned hawk swoops down and with a swirl of feathers finishes the last broiler the owls had left. The digger squirrel, the mole, the field mouse and the "shrew omniveraus hog of them all clean our your sweet torn and excavate your potato patch hnd nyjw down your early peas and then Vit around and sneer at the cas 5 Farmington Milling Co Dillard Harness Shop DR. W. C. DILLARD. Propr. LOCATED IN RICKUS BUILDING FARMINGTON. MO. "' Complete Line of Buggy. Wagon and Work Harness, Saddle, Bridles and Accessories Repairing of Harness a Specialty Veterinary Office in Same Building tor beans you planted to keep them out of the garden. If you plow you will doubtless dis cover a wasp's nost, too late. i If you spray an -apple tree, a pro testing bee or two or twain or twen ty will light on you and warm the cor ner where they are. Hazard, interest, danger, the un timely arrival of the unexpected, thrills; do you desire these things' in abundance? Then, get you to the firm any farm, anywhere. Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer, Relieves pain and soreness, Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. DON'T HESI TATE TO CUT your coke in the rcscnee cf the most exacting guest if you know it is made f t GOLDEN ROD FLOUR. Half the lake-day failures avo due to oor qual ity ingredients. Many women blame themselves for failures which, if Gold en Rod Flour had been used, would have been splendid successes.