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ICROGGIN, President. Condensed Statement of FARMERS BANK MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS At the Close of Business, December 31, 1931 RESOIJRCES and Due from Banks ............................ $ and Other Bonds ................................ and Discounts .................................. Real Estate .................................... rafts ........................................... Building, Furniture .and Fixtures ................. $ 663,447.82 otal .......................................... LIABILITIES Stock Paid In ................................. $ 100.000.00 80.000.00 Fund ......................................... lends Unpaid .................................. 3.000.00 Profits ..................................... 287,50 Payable ......................................... 25.000.00 )SITS .......................................... 455,160.32 Total ............................................ $ 663.44782 V. E. BIRKS VM. DITTUS V. FI. BRYSON DIRECTORS G. A. VOLLE IRA VEAIL HARRY WELLS T. A. SCROGGIN ( OFFICIAL PUBLICATION) Report of the Condition of STATE BANK OF CORNLAND ted at Cornland, 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. RESOURCES 1. Cash, Other Cash Resources and Due from Banks 11-2-3) ........................... $ 3. Other Bonds and Securities 5 ............. 4. Loans on Collateral Security (6a) ........... 5. Other Loans 16b) .......................... 6. Loans on Real Estate 6c) .................. 7. Overdrafts ,7, ............................ 9. Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures (91 .. 9.873.81 4.735.00 9,736.63 58 873.20 10.475.00 305.88 12.500.00 Total Resources ........................... $ 106.499.52 corn o second 11TH creen's xk Ga- ?ulaskl r even- n the hi ghly :1 'ho, en t of k Ave- )pi hess ,  and. )m the "The ed cre- s ago. who to be- York id to o date. artling ag that m the of the ion of 1 con- dch it great- is ever York R debut lover, y the Frank Mlljan own at uesday, nights, Satur- ill be xciting ranuary rill 'be Rise." irk Ga- further ,s were ,28c; daugh- itors in visited niece. family. LIABILITIES I. Capital Stock 11) .......................... $ 2. Surplus (2) ............................... 3. Undivided Profits (Net) (3) ................. 4. Reserve Accounts (4) ...................... 5. Demand Deposits (5a) ..................... 6. Time Deposits (Sb) ........................ 10. Dividends Unpaid .......................... 35.000.00 1,420.00 1.388.29 720.00 29.987.72 36.933.51 1.050.00 Total Liabilities .......................... $ 106.499.52 I, M. B. Drake, Cashier of the State Bank of Cornland. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to ths 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 Accounts, State of Illinois. pursuant to law. M. B. DRAKE, Cashier. State of Illinois. County of Loga, as. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of Janu- ary, 1932. G. A. VOLLE, Notary Public The members of the Twentieth George Suedmeier (west of the city), Century Club were entertained Thurs- and Mrs. Chester G. Hughes. day afternoon, January 7th. by Mrs. o Charles Schmitz at the Mrs. K. M I The Neighborhood Five Hundred AndersOn Tea Room on East Jeffer-Club met V;ednesday night with Mrs. son street. Five Hundred was the!Lorah Z. Lipp, the prizes going to diverson, and the honor awards went]John T. Hershey, Mrs. John V'. P, upp to Mrs. Alma M. Reinders. Mrs..and Frank Copeland. , Hutter's MarRet The Store With The Home-Like Atmosphere HOME KILLED MEATS Pure Pork Sausage, lb ............. 12c Pure Pork Smoked .Sausage, lb. 15c Fresh Pork Hams, Ib ............. 121/2c Choice Baby Beef Roast, Ib ....... 15c Choice Loin or T-Bone Steak, lb. 24c Fresh Sliced Liver, Ib ............... 6c Large Pig's Feet, 2 for ............ 15c Home Made Liver Sausage, lb. 15c Fresh Frankfurters, 2 Ibs ......... 25c , Fresh Weiners, 2 Ibs ............... 35c TALK--DON'T WALK Fresh Liver, Hearts, T0ugues, Brains. Milk, quart 8c; Cream, pint 15c; From Carter's Farm. Open Sunday Mornings. Courtesy, Honesty and Economy are the Paramount Ideas With Us at All Times. The patronage of everyone is appreciated. C. H. H utter We Deliver. PAGE SEVEN Held Where the Republican Convention Will Be An int-rior view of the Chicago stadium, the great building In which the Republican r.ational convention of 1932 will be held in June. Improvements at the Hialeah Race Track Here are .een the walking ring and some of the new stables which are lnclndecl tt the Improvements at the racing plant at IIialeah, Fla., close to Miami. The walking ring, an innovation in th's country, is des!gned s)that the patrons of the races may look over tile horses prior 1o ea(:b race. Trawler Pounded by Seas Off Scottig Coast Natives ha,king on as rough seas pound the trawler Nairn to pieces on the rocks off the coast of Aherdeenshlre. All members of the crew of the vessel were rescued by heroic work on the. part of the life-savlng brigade and members of the e(rast guard at Collleston. Trophy for +.he Champion Cowboy FIANCEE OF WRESTLER Alice Dillaracos, Grecian beauty wh,) won the title of "Miss Europe" in 1930, is reported to be eng'qged to wed Jim Londos, tim (]reck wrest- ler, who is familiar to Americans who go t,) see the grapplers. She sailed recently i'(u" Athens after a visit in New York, Big Puzzt. "No, dear," :aid gran'Amother to the city girt, "we dtm't need at milkman. We have our own cows on the farm." "lut," :rzued the iit!h' h'l, "if yOU ' doIl'i alIVe 1,';: bottt.o'. t;l;| |';ll ho*,- t](S, h'lW I|,I .QU k|loW Wlt;,'.*l t; Itli]ll Itlh| whfch h; ,,r(.aI:l*.,'" -- Frederick Willard Potter, sculptor, with his clay model for "ltun Up." which will be the trophy given the champion c,)wbr)y of 1932, The pie(.  of Sculpture sh:,v.s a cowboy thrown from his h,,r::e with his foot caught ii'| the stirrup, tugging at his gun in an attempt to u:ve himself by slmoiing t}ip horse. Mt. Pulaski Invitational Tournament The annual Invitational Basketball Tournament commenced under aus- pices circumstances Thursday night, Jammry 7th. in the Mr. Pulaski Township Itigh School gymnasium, with a good crowd in attendance. The tournament will last three day, closing Saturday night. I Following is schedule of games: Thursday. January 7th-- First Game---McIean vs. Elkhart, at 7:30 p. m. t McLean defeated Elkhart by a ,;core of 24 t,) 20. } Sc':ond Game- Illiopolis vs. Way- ]nesville. at 8:30 p. m. t Illiopolis defeated Waynesville by a score of 26 to 16. I b'riday, January 8th ,i Fir:t Game Mt. Pulaski vs. Atlaa- 'ta, at 7:30 p. m. I Seond Game Hartsburg vs. La- them at 8:30 p. m Saturday, January 9th First Game---McLean will play win- ner of Waynesville-Illiopolis game at 1:30 p. m. Second Game--Mt. Pulaski or At- manta will play winner of Hartsburg and Latham game at 2:30 p. m. i Third Game--Losers of Games 5 an,l 6 will play at 7:30 p. m. t Game Four--Winners of afternooR !gmes will p:ay for the champion- ship of tournament at 8:39 o'clock. Ee Chestnut, IIL, Local Items Chestnut. IlL, Jan. 7.Mr. and Mrs, Walter Morgan returned home Mon- day aternoou from Taylorville after a two weeks' holiday visit her sister, and other relatives. I Arliss Marshall, who lives in Indi- ana, is here on a week's visit with his brother. Ivan Marshall, and fam- ily. Kenneth Sclrishuhn, who recently underwent a major operation at the Dea::oness hospital in Lincoln. has been recuperating at home since New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Park enter- tained on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Sny- der, who live northwest of Mt. Pulas- ki. Neighbors of Mrs. Amanda Bishop wtm assisted her Monday with the butchering were Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. ll and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Park. A son was oorn on Friday, January 1st. to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troop, The mother was forme;" Gladya Bishop.  Mr. and Mrs, Leonard McCann en- tertained the Pinochle Club with a New Year's eve party. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rose had sev- ern] ue:t: on New Year's eve to hear radio music, play games, and enjoy a delicious lunch. Th sale on Tuesday of the house- hold goods of the late A. Q. Harcourt was well attended in spite of the cold rain. Miss Fonda Matheny, who has been employed in Springfield, is visiting br parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Joh Matheny. On Tuesday, January 5th, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ellis, at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. John Schrtshuhn. baby has been named Clifford Wayne. On Tuesday evening a program wa given at the Mt. Airy school, north-, west of Chestnut, Refreshmen were served during the social hour. Miss Mildred Norris is the teacher. -O After the year of 1931 closed with four hours of fog, day, brought more rain. was cloudy. Sunday the cloudy come sunshine Monday was 28 above at 6 about 3:30 p. m. it started but soon turned into rain. brought more rain Wednesday was was chilly. C. IL Unland. manager of Unland Chevrolet Sales, and Ward salesman, motored to Decatur day and attended sponsored by the Company. o Southbound busses at 10:50 and 6:50 p. m.; northbound at m. and 4:16 p. m. Mt. Pulaski tion at Penniman's Drug Store. N @ otl Fresh Pork .d B, Custom B ( Orders large or small ap- predated. We deliver. Located on Route 121, ; just north of city. Call Phone 97 Black.