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i P.',0.E rCR Fartn " Ho00:e00 Face t i Happier New Year With Pests Gone Urbana, I11.. Jan. 7.--Farmers who ve always wanted to do something or their horses are giving more than 100,04)0 of them a happy New Year by having them treated for vitality- sapping psites in the campaign which the tension Service of the College of Agriculture, University of and co-operating agencies are conducting in 42 counties. Farmers are urged to have veeri- treat their horses before 1st if they expect to get best results, said Dr. Robert Chief in Animal Pathology  Hygiene. Advantages of early treatment, in December and January, ; more noticeable in young than in horses. No one thing can more efficiently restore horse power on the farm than the careful treatment parasites, it is said. Few horses are free from para- t whiclt sap the energy and lower of the animals. Al- qlgh parasitic injury is slow and unnoticed, the loss in feed work over a period of years r be more costly than an attack contagious disease, in the early the owner may are only "a little off or are "hard keepers." carbon disulphlte adminis. in a capsule has proved to be most effective treatment in tests conducted by the of Agriculture. The cam- the 42 counties is organized area basis by farm advisers veterinarians. In many are being treated the y. Colts as well as mares eated with good results. best treatment will rosa!is unless the horses for treatment ted, Dr. Graham warned. should thoroughly fast the for 24 hours before treatment. means no feed of any kind and the fastlr, g period. a preacher walked into the a newspaper in a North Car- town and said: "Misto Edito," forty-three of my congrega- Subscribe to' yo' paper. to have a ch'ch no- issue?" down and write," said the "I thank you." this is the notice the minister "Mount Memorial Baptist Church, Walker, pastor. Preach- and evening. In the of the gospel, three lm llecessary, the Bible, the book, a the pocketbook. and bring all three." Laurel and Hardy at Theatre nights. G..NTRAL RAILROAD TIME "FABLE. the time of trains o lt of the Illinois Cen SPRINGFIELD DIVISION. 8outhbound, St. Louis, 7:10 a. m. No, 13, Michigan Boule flag stop, Yo for Springfield this train go try and phon one hour ahead r due, m, pl a COUple of ihour to 8o., o p:m. i !iii!:;i 9:55 L m. NCF PP .... - D. ILIaNOIS NOSE AND THROA  FJTTED, AND GOITRE TREATED. AND X-RAY USED. OVER LANDAUER'S CLOTHING STORE. MT. rULAI WLY -NEWS Best Boy m-00d Gh-I in 4-H Club Mt. Pulaski Churchesand The Services[ ST. JOHN'S EV. LUTHERAN CH. William N. King, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Be loyal to your church and attend the Sunday School. Tile Ladies' Aid Society meets the first Thursday of the month. The Lutheran Workers meet the first Wednesday of the month. H The Gleaners Sunday School Class '* meets the third VV,,,lnesday of each ..: month. The Missionary S:,ciety meets the secend Wednesday of the month. :i The regular services will be held i: at St. John's next Sunday, January 10th, with Church School at 9:30 a. m., and Morning ,Vorship at 10:30 a. m. =: Next Sunday in the Church Year li is the F i rst Sunday after Epiphany. The Epistle, Rein. 12:1-5. Subject, "The Living Sacrifice." Please remember the Annual Con- gregational Meeting which will be held at the church at 3 o'clock Sun- Here are Charles L. Brown of Battle Ground, Tippecanoe county, Ind., day afternoon, January 10th. Re- and Mary Teresa Rico of Keewatln, Itilsca county. Minn., who were ad- poi'ts from the presidents and treas- judged the most outstanding boy and girl in the 4-1i club. They received urers of all the departments of the the Sir Thomas Lipton trophies at the 4-II cluh congress in Chicago. clmrch will be asked for, along with the report of the pastor and the Kaiser's Grandson Licensed to Fly church treasurer. Election of church officers will also be part of the busi- ness. Every member of our congre- gation should be interested enough iu this meeting to come. Lutler League members, please take notice! The Mid-\\;Vinter Rally of the the Capital District will be held at the Grace Lutheran Church, Springfield. Sunday afternoon, Janu- ary 17th. Please plan to attend. METHODIST EPIOPAL CHURCH Hrry M. Blout, Palter. Following is the regular ,rder of services anal meetings of the church for the purpose t worsiip, instruc- tion and business: Sunday Services-- Church School at 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship at 10:45 o'clock. Epwerth League at 6:45 p. Evening ,Vorahip at 7:30 ,cloclL Next S:m(lay evening, January lOtiL te Chestn,t El)worth League will visit us. with their i)astor, Rev. :: Lloyde G. Strouse. The:.r League will conduct tle League DevotionaTs. r " A prince of ['russia nnd holder of a Ph.D., Louis Ferdinand yon Hohen- Re:. Strouse will deliver t.e eveah-, goilern, grandson of the former kaiser, has earned a new title--that of sermon. Our own Choir must be o: hand for that evening, and the rew: licensed airplane pilot. IIe passed the I)epartment of Commerce tests or a must be filled. private pih)t's license at the Wayne county airport at Detroit, completing a I The group meeting of the XVom ' ! six weeks course. He is shown abot'e (left) with Pilot Johns. Foreign Missionary Society will be E pl re Strat ph heldful!inatteadanceblaroa on'ThursdaV.frem Mt. JanuarYPulaskigo so Air# 1,th We are engaging ca:s to ane to x o os ere a may represent us. The meeting is , set for atterIoofi otl]). t On %'ednesday evening, Jan, ary 20th, a conference will be held in this church in the interest of Religi- ous Education. , This conference is to be comlucted by a team of workers : : sent out by the Superintendent of ...... : the Decatur District. We do not as i yet know whom they will be. The :! conference is for all officers and teachers holding positions in our :: " Church School work. This is a new ..... movement in the chur::h, it seems l worthwhile, and it is for you and lyour Church School. Let us have a 100 per cent attendance. I At the Logan County Minlsteriai Association meeting he(t last Mow !day morning at the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Lincoln, we be- !came intensely interested in the suh- ,iec of church music. Dr. Betcher (Epscopai of Lincoln  t]ked and il- ltrate his points, showing the in- fluence of music on the nlind. A most interesting discoP, rae he gave us, and we might profit very much in- deed by his knowledge and experi- ence could we prevail upon him to give oe or two more lectures on the ! subject. This is the newly completed mOnoplane built at the Junkers plant tiear French's Chapel Community Church. Berlin for t!te 'express purpose of exploring the str'tt0sphere, that region- Preaching at 9:30 a.m. Sunday Which lies about ten miles above the earth andin which the airis so rare-' School immediately following. fled tremendous speeds are Possible. Built after data supplied by Professor The Ladies' Aid Society meets at Plecard, who recently explored the stratosphere, the plane" contains a her- the church the first Wednesday of tactically sealed cabin where the pilots will have to wear gas masks to keep ,the month. alive. .... HEALTHIEST 4-H GIRL HEADS U. OF M. TEAM NorDmn Daniels is cptain of the strong University of Michigan basket- trail team. He was a prominent mem- ber" of the football squad during the pas( season, and is (')unted on to dls- tlnguisli hims(qf (m the covxt.. Gertrude Jane Heikes, sixteen-year- old high school girl from Dakota City. Neh, who was selected as the iealtiv icst .girt in America at the tenth na- tional boys' and gills' 4-I1 club con- gress in Chicago. Gertrude scorel 99.9 per cent perfect, the highest mark ever made in a 4-ti contest. Nature's Arrangement The feet of spiders are so fashioned *hat they can rest ripen the individual The French's Chapel Community Club meets the second Wednesday of each month. ZiON Ev. "UTHERAN CHURCH. :, H. Wittrock, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Morning Servide at 10:30 o'clock. Services are conducted in the Ger- man lnguage on the first Sunday in eachmonth, and all other Sundays in the English language. The Church Societies meet as fol- lowS: The Ladies' Aid Society meets the last Thursday of the month. The Ladies' Sewing Circle meets ca the first Wednesday of the month. Junior VCalther League meets the third Tuesday of the month. Senior Walther League meets the first and third Tuesday of the month. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. J. Wayne Staley, Pastor. Bible School at 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship at 10:35 o'clock. Evening Services at 7 o'clock. " See church notes on another page of this paper. ,ST. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. R. C. Lane, Pastor. Mass on the first, third and fifth Sundays of the month at 9:45 a. m. and on the second and fourth Sun- i days at 8 a. m. Teacher:--"if a group of sheep is a flock, and a group of cattle is FRIDAY. JANUARY . (OFFICIAL PUBLICATION) Rlrt of tbs CendtUo of STATE BANK OF LATHAM ! Located at Ltham. State of illinois, at the clo of business on the 31st day of December," 1931, as made to the Auditor  of Public Accounts of the State of Illinois, pursuant to law. t \\; RESOURCES 1. Cash, Other Cash Resources and Due from Banks (1-2-3) ........................... $ 21,203.9 3. Other Bonds and Securities (5) ............. 20,000.00 5. Other Loans (6b) .......................... 136,093.6 & Loans on Real Estate (6c) .................. 16,200.00" 7. Overdrafts (7) ............................ 74.00 9. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures (9) .. 7,500.00, Total Resources ........................... $ 201,071.59 LIABILITIES I. Capital Stock (I) .......................... $ 25,000.00 2. Surplus (2) ............................... 25,000.00 3. Undivided Profits (Net) (3) ................. 316.- 4. Reserve Accounts (4) ...................... 400.00 5. Demand Deposits (t) ..................... 118.790.00 6. Time Deposits (Sb) ........................ 30.565.22 10. Dividends Unpaid (7) ...................... 1,000.00 Total Liabilities ......... : ................. $ 201,071.59 i, E. M. CULP, Cashier of the State Bank of Latham do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that the items and amounts shown above correspend with the items and amounts shown in the report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State of Illinois, pursuant to law. E. M. CULP, Cashier. State of Illinois, County of Logan. ss. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of Janu- ary, 1932. H. O. ELLIOTT. Notary Public. (OFFICIAL PUBLICATION) Report of the Condition of BANK OF CHESTNUT Located at Chestnut. State of Illinois, at the close of business on the 31st day of December. 1931, as made to the Auditor of Public Accounts of the State of Illinois, pursuant to law. t RESOURCES 1. Cash, Other Cash Resources and Due from Banks (1-2-3) ........................... $ 33,964.09 3. Other Bonds and Securities (5 ............. 16.970.70 4. Loans on Collateral Securi|y (6a) ........... 1.213.17 5. Other Loans (6b) .......................... 89.739.90 6. Loans on Real Estate (6c) .................. 13,600.00 7. Overdrafts (7) ............................ 21.65 8. Other Real Estate (8) ..................... 3.500.00 9. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures (9} .. 5,400.00 Total Resources ........................... $ 164,409.51 LIABILITIES I. Capital Stock (1) ...................... $ 2. Surplus (2) ............................. 3. Undivided Profits (Net) (3) ................. 5. Demand Deposits (5a) ..................... 6. Time Deposits (Sb) ........................ 10. Dividends Unpaid (7) ...................... 40,000.00 10,000.00 8.707.87 66,351.62 36,550.02 2,800.00 Total Liabilities .......................... $ 164,409.51 I. M. Leimbach. President of the Bank of Chestnut. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that the items and amounts shown above correspond with the items and amounts shown in the report made to the Auditor of Public Account& State of Illinois, pursuant to law. M. LEIMBACH, President. State of Illinois, CountF of Logan, as. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of Janu- ary, 1932. EUGENE KRETZINGER, Justice of the Peace. r Robert Aitchison. President. R. D. Clark, Vice  resident. George Rupp, Cashier. B. R. Aitchison, Assistant Cashier.. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS At the Close of Business, December 31, 1931 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts .................................. $ 400,625.69 Overdrafts .......................................... 396.46 U. S. Bonds and Securities ............................ 58,475.68 State of illinois Bonds ................................ 51,358.72 Furniture and Fixtures ................................ 2,945.80 Other Real Estate ..................................... 35,350.00 Due from U. S. Treasury ............................. 2,500.00 Cash and Due from Banks ............................. 62,056.61 Total ............................................ $ 613,708.96 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid In ................................. $ 100,000.00 Surplus Fund ........................................ 60,000.00 Undivided Profits ..................................... 19,144.76 Circulation .......................................... 50.000.00 Dividends Unpaid ...................................... 2 516.00 DEPOSITS .......................................... 382,048.20 Total .............................. " .............. $ The t Sheets Compan MORTICIANS. SHEETS Quality Service COST NO MORE Ya Je