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THE FARMINGTON TIMES. FARM INGTON. MISSOURI, JULT 28, 1922
U n e xp e c t e Better,Heavier,Longer Wearing SOxS'i-HOa? No Tax added on Sale Now 4 4 d'..f 1 The 5 ttf&W for 30 x 3 tires when it . Better IM .rj.'"'''v 'Vr ip lit i 1&A. l i CVb I United States Tires) -r United States Rubber Company J 1 Tf 5 ICO set the high value mark for 30 x 3Mj tires when it originated the $10.90 price last FalL USCO today betters that mark with a new and greater USCO an USCO improved in many important ways. For instance, a thicker tread with a surer hold on the road-thicker side walls, adding strength and life to the tire. And the price is $10.90 with the tax absorbed by the manufacturer. Men have always looked to USCO for the biggest tire money's worth on the market They always get a bigger tire money's worm man they expect. Where You Can Buy 17. S. Tires: D0NZE MOTOR CO., Farmington, Mo. LANG MOTOR CO., Far mington, Mo. The Southeast Missouri Press As soclation, which was to have been held at Charleston the latter part or tnis month, as been postponed until Aug ust 18 and 19. An extensive program has been prepared for he entertain ment of the editors and newspaper men during the convention. This in eludes an auto tour on the concrete road from Charleston to Birds Point, boat trip inspection of the proposed "Y" bridge across the Mississippi and Ohio rivers at Cairo, Banquet, barbe cue dinner on the historic Brewer's Lake, a famous fishing resort, and last but not least, a real welcome from Charleston's hospitable people. VOTE FOB Everything, each week $1.50 Jflonaments RED AND GREY GRANITE Write for Samples and Designs Wm. Milne, Knob Lick, Mo. 4a - - & L ' vi IT "'f,v v R ' BOWKEB WOULD ADD STRENGTH TO THE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET EDWIN J. BEAN, OF DcSOTO. Southeast Missouri's candidate for the Democratic nomination for Judge of the Supreme Court for Division No. 2. EAGLE,MIKADO"!Pencil No. 174 For Sale al your Dealer Made in iiv (rmdM ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK N O T I C E There is No Better Gasoline in This Town Than Pennant THE BEST GRADE OF PENNANT MOTOR OIL Medium and Heavy. SPECIAL SALE, WHILE THEY LAST, ON 32 x 3 1-2 and 34 x 4 Tubes at $ 1.75 each. CUPPLES CORD TIRE, 30 x 3 1-2 $11.75 ALSO TUBE VULCANIZING DONE. B. A. WINES w ; 3 SENATOR W. M. BOWKER. The Fayette, Mo., Advertiser of last week contained the following highly complimentary editorial on the candi dacy of Senator W. M. Bowker of Ne vada, who is a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for member of the State Supreme Court, Division No. 2: Senator W. M. Bowker. of Nevada, is a candidate for Supreme Court Judge, Division No. 2, and promises to visit Howard county some time in the near luture. benator Bowker is an able lawyer and his practice has always been of the best kind. He has disproved the mean charge that "no man can foe a lawyer and a gentleman at the same time," which statement is sometimes used by people who are not fair in what they say. Senator Bow ker practiced in the Vernon county courts for a number of years and his fairness and dignity was never ques tioned by those whom he may have opposed in the most strenuous man ner possible. He is one of those at torneys whom the people always have a good, word lor and who are always glad to welcome him into any gather ing they may be interested in. As a member of the State Senate, his la bors were always in the interest of the people and he never spoke or voted on any proposition without feeling pretty sure that it was the right thing to do. Senator Bowker is a time-tried and fire-tested Democrat, a man of the people and a Bale man in every re spect. He does not have a speaking acquaintance with all the people of Howard county, Dut u they will In vestigate his claims carefully they will find that his nomination would please the people in generul and add greatly to the strength of the ticket to be voted on in November. sLucky Tiger ?K n Ma(tana Hair lb n .V - ji-I Positively eradicatai i BBStaom wahn tqp falling Mr I Bromocashurartaitirrowth-'addshn&na, i beauty, health aetten imiMdiAtt and I certain. Money-Back Goaimataa. J) SPLENDID MAN FOR THE PLACE There will be two vacancies In Di vision No, 2 of the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri and two candi dates for such vacancies will be nom inated on the Democratic ticket. One of the candidates is Judge John T. White, of Springfield. In experience, fitness and ability he presents unsur passed qualifications. He was born and reared on a farm In Greene county, and worked his way through - College, graduating with JUDGE JOHN T. WHITE, highest honors. He served five years as reporter of the St. Louis Court of Appeals, 1303-1908, writing headnotes for opinions. Was elected Commis sioner of the Supreme Court, 1916, ov er 30 competitors; re-elected by unan imous vote of seven judges in 1919. His selection by the Supreme Court, over so many able applicants is a rec ommendation unequalled. During the five years he has served on the court, the opinions he has writ ten show ability of the highest order, as well as industry and capacity for work. Those opinions have received the approval of lawyers and judges in every part of the state. Five years ago the Supreme Court was three years behind. Now it is about up with its docket for the, first .time in twenty years. This is the re sult of the prompt and efficient work of Judge White, Judge Ragland and the other Supreme Court Commission ers, co-operating with the judges of the Supreme Court. The Commission will end next April. The state needs the service of men of ability, 'character and industry such as Judge White has shown himself to possess. His service will be lost un less he is elected. What the Press Say about Him. Judge White is one of the strong est lawyers of Missouri recognized by the bench and bar as the very best ma terial for Supreme Judge. Fayette Advertiser. "He has been tried, tested and found worthy." Milan Standard. "His work has been highly satis factory to the bench and bar." Kirksville Daily News. "As a Judge, he would serve all without prejudice or feeling and would make- a most excellent judge." East Prairie Eagle. "He is beyond question an able jur ist, and his work on the Commission the past five years has particularly fitted him for the work on the bench proper." Caruthersville Democrat. "Has proven his fitness for the po sition to which he aspires by the many able opinions he has written.' Blootn- neld Vindicator. "He is receiving support because it is the belief of those supporting him that only the ablest men should be elected to the Supreme Bench, and that he merits the Democratic nomi nation on the distinguished record he has made as a commissioner. Char iton Courrier. It is certain that his nomination will add great strength to the Democratic ticket. It is to the interest of the entire state to have able and upright judges on the Supreme Court bo that justice may be impartially administered. (Above paid for by the friends of Judge White, who are anxious to see him nominated. Guess Work on Batteries Don't Go! The man who guesses what's the matter with bat teries doesn't last long in the battery business. Sooner or later he guesses wrong and there's a bat tery owner who'll never come back! We take the trouble to ,find exactly what's the matter and our expe rience tells us the best remedy. Willard Standard! of Service are impartial exactly the same for every make of battery. Come in and let us choir youl C M. THOMSEN, Battery Headquarters, , West Side of Square, Phone 99, Farmington, Mo. Eepretenting the 41 trrcmAdU 41 r il H BATTERY Scott the leader fob supbeme judge says committee t' "Haywood Seett, of Jeplln, former Clroult Judge, will get the greatest number of votes cast In the primary fer Dtmooratlo candidates for Judge of tha Supreme Court, Division Two, aeoordlng to forecasts made to Demo oratlo party leaders In practically every section of the State." Hay. wood 8eott for 8uprme Judge Demo eratlo Cemmlttee. - , ; r IK".! saint boms w EUROPIANPLAN i.' I Extends Courteous Hospitality and Service Room with Bath $2.50 up without $3.00 up This Building its Fourth Home has been Thoroughly Modernized MBVERBLL L. GOOD, General Manager DICK WALTON-D.WOOD WORTH, fiMtt JOHN a ROBINSON. Dentist Specializing in Plate and Bridge Work Complete X-Ray Equipment Offlco with Dr. B. J. Robinsoa, Farmington, Mo. Phone 94. DR. J. A. OVERTON DR. SYLVIA R. OVERTON ; Osteopathic Physicians Farmers Bank Building FARMINGTON, MO. Office Phone, 296. , Residence Phone, 90. 1 EMIL M. HERWIG, M. D. Farmers Bank Bldg, Farmington, Mo.1 '.Office Hours Phones 10 a. m. to 12 m. ' Office 20 1 le 4 p. m. Res, DeLassus W. N. Fleming NOTARY PUBLIC REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE . Year Business is Respectfully So licited. Office in Tetley Building. FARMINGTON, MO. PHONE 7L PARKVIEW CEMETERY Farmington, Missouri PERPETUAL CARE Lots for Sale on Easy Terms W. N. Fleming, Sec Phone 71 Lang & Bro. Mf'g & Mer. Co., FARMINGTON, MO. Manufacturers of Wagons, Fartd Implements, Lumber and Build ing Material. GEO. C. FORSTER,', Agent FIRE, TORNADO, PLATE-GLASS and AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. Office In Farmers Bank Building. Notary Public. Phone 855. ADAM NEIDERT JOHN A. NEIDERT NEIDERT UNDERTAKING CO. UNDERTAKERS AND EHBALHERS , v FARMINGTON, MO. We are licensed embalmers 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 R, L. ALLEN, President L. A. RAMSEY, Cashier ED. HELBEH, Vice-lives. THOS. STAM, Vice-Pres. St. Francois County Bank Farmington, Hissouri Solicits your banking business. Insured against burg lary. This is the bank with the Savings Depart mens Interest paid on time deposits. Directors: THOS. H. STAM E. E. SWINK.R. L. ALLEN. ED. HELBEH. DOCK MACKLEY.. 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 Capital Stock - $ 50,000 Surplus and Profits $110,000 Does a general banking and exchange business. Inter est paid on time deposits. Insured against burglary. Collections a specialty. Directors: F. Doss M. P. Cayee W. R. Lang E. A. Boiler J. E. Klein Peter Glesslng W W. M. Harlan THE FARMERS BANK FARMINGTON, MO. . Capital Stock - . - - $50,000.00 Surplus . $35,000.00 ONE DOLLAR STARTS AN ACCOUNT. Directors P. A. Shaw, Wm. London, G. B. Snider, W. C Fischer. MUm j nicivinney, k . ienman, t. n. niinams. Farmington Undertaking Co., Farmington, Moi -CALLS ANSWERED DAY OS NIGHT Rolla Cozean, Manager. . ' Telephoned: Residence 46; Office 258 ' IDTTT TU.r CS, iUmnm Cy. . I, eene lie eamele.