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er Day Here Tuesday. A Farmer Day demonstration I of power farming equipment will be held in Mount Pulaski on Tues- day, January 28th by the Brook- er Farm Sales starting at 10:30 in the morning. Farming equipment to be fea- tured will include Msey-Harris, New Idea and Case of all the lat- est models. There will be entertainment as well as educational features dur- ing the day. The Massey-Harris I natural color movie featuring the Prairie RamMers, Prairie Sweet- hearts, and Christine, the Swiss Miss, will be shown at the Mount Pulaski theatre. 30 valuable door awards will also be made. ii There will be a free lunch served at the noon hour at the showroom for farmers and those interested in farming equipment. Everett Brooker, proprietor, has had a group of men busy this week unloading and erecting new equipment for the demonstration. SHRINE VISITORS People visiting the Abraham Lincoln Memorial shrine in tle! Mount Pulaski plic square and registering their names since Jan. 15; were as follows: Waterloo, New York--Mrs. Geo. Deitrich. From Illinois-- Springfield -- Frank Mermann, Charles O. Foster, L. C. Blotter. Carlinville--John C. Mermann. Hartsburg--Lee D. Stults. Grant Park--William S. Dea- vers. I:ake Fork -- C. Earl Lercher, eorge A. Stuits." Williamsville -- Clarence Lerch- er. Elkhart--George Lercler. Lincoln--Crdon Ireland. Mount PulaSki -- C. C. Opper- man, Clarrence Walker. How To Avoid The Flu Evidence of the importance which the Federal health authori- ties attach to the flu menace and its possLble effects in the Nation- at-large, should such an epidemic develop, is seen in the spgcial bul- letin+ just issued bY the Public Health&apos; Service. Six rules on how to avoid influ- enza (the full name of the mala- dy) and four others on what to do after suspected exposure to it are laid down. The first six are as follows: "1. Avoid needless contact with others, especially people who are coughing, sneezing or sniff- ling. "2. Avoid exposure to inclem- ent weather, but take advantage of as much open air and sunshine asyou can. "3. Be sure that your home is I"HE MOUNT PULASKI TIME.NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI. I]JANOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY , MEET AMOS 'N' ANDY, RADIO STARS -- IN THE WOOD ::,!;:,. ,:!; ;: ,.+ !!.   :i' !,C!(ii!i/ii!;ii :i, ' ::! !+?:i :!  i ..... ++ +++ +++++ +++.:.. :+++++.++ .......................... + ....... ++:+ ........... .... 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Yes, folks, here they are in the flesh--your perennial favorites "Amos (left 'n' Andy" with their blackface counterparts. Amos is Freeman Gosden, and Andy is Charles Correll. "3. Do not encourage visitors. "4. Do not indulge in self-diag- nosis or self-treatment. Consult your doctor." It is interesting to note the prompt and efficient steps which the War Department has taken to prevent the spread of this insidi- ous ailment in the various Army camps and stations, thus safe- guarding the health of the troops now engaged in the training peri- or under the national defense pro- :grain. Uncle Sam proposes that the young manhood entrusted to his care shall have every comfort and protection during this term of military service. The general public will do well to heed these simple rules. Cer- tainly no one who passed through the trying flu epidemic of 1918 will be inclined to doubt their wisdom and efficacy in the fact of what, uncontrolled, might prove a seri- ous disaster to the Nation. Eiqhf Locjan Youths Write "Cadet" Exam Eight Logan county youths wrote the preliminary exaaa- well ventilated at all times, but avoid drafts. "4. Eat a well-balanced diet; drink plenty of water. "5. Guard against fatigue; get plenty of rest and sleep. "6. Wear clothing suitable to the weather." It will be noted that in general these suggestions are quite sensi- ble and appropriate as health measures under any circumstanc- es. Under normal conditions we often neglect such practical pre- cautions, but they always pay div- idends. The special admonitions for those who believe they have been exposed are as follows: "1. At the first sign of a cold and especially if you have fever-- go to bed and stay there until your doctor says it is safe to get up. By so doing you may prevent serious complications and check the spread of the disease to oth- ers. "2. Cover all coughs or snee- zes with a handkerchief, preferab- ly paper tissues, which should be promptly burned. GOFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 THE NEW HOUSEKEEPER __ 2 tion at the McBarnes Saturday'l l ootetl, U ff building in Bloomington as the first step toward obtaining!Dea r Harry: an appointment to the United t States Military academy at West! Your article on early Point i Tom, the Man from Ohio, The American Legion, depart- pull a fast one on you. The ment of Illinois education commit- set breed of sheep of tee, in co-operation with United lwrote is the one breed S t a t e s Senator C. Wayland i lambs twice annually, while Brooks, gave the exam. Mr.i other breeds have lambs Brooks has asked the American ', the spring, or, as some do Legion to select a legally qualified ! late fall, but not twice a candidate to fill a vacancy, know of no Dorset sheep Candidates from all parts of Ed the state wrote the exam in Bloomington and the field will POPULATION FILE then be narrowed to those of Canada may make an highest rank for further examina- ic file of its people over 16 tion, if necessary. 6f age, based on the Those from Logan county in-cards filled out in recent cluded: Tyler House, James R. registration. Gayle, Foster Lator Jr., Manual Plotkin, Carl Deiss, Merritt H. Lincoln and George McGee, Baker and Robert Scott, all of Pulaski. ESTION" "ISN'T IT EXPENSIVE TO OWN A HOME? I've always thought that only well-to-do people can afford to own a home of their own." The penin ni uller ,ittlef SWER t, m Fheis, p.L. Le "NO, NOT IF YOU PLAN urke, , IT THE RIGHT WAY! bei th "ll a thgeladinft:Uonh:: eml IT'S EASY TO HAVE YOUR OWN HOME! need about building a home the To economical way." ount [ilier, alma "I " cCai Puhre uckl, choe HAVING A HOME of its own is one of the greatest joys a family can know. There is a certain atmosphere about a private home that can never be,found in the most luxuri- ous rented place. And the home is the right place to raise children, and to watch them grow. OLD FASHIONED IDEAS about home own- ership are that if is expensive and difficult to maintain. These notions are no longer true. When you are thinking of a home of your own, please come in and let us discuss your plans with you. We carry a complete line of all Building Materials and will gladly furnish you a free estimate on your building job. +++ QUINTUPLETS use MUSTEROLE for  CHESTCOLDS 11 "'" Mou Pulaski Farmers best of care, so mother--you may be  j a+ured of using just about the BEST Gram & Elevator Co. product made when you use Musterole.   ' MORE than an ordinary "salve"-- warming, soothing Musterole help. F< break up total ongestion. Also made I + in Regular and Extra Strength for  those praferrinl a st ronpr prpduct.  , , J 'I-'--- _ += ................. '- -