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PAGE TWO Pulaski Times Entered as second class mail iR lmst-omce st Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, November 17, 1903, ader the Act of C4etreas of March 9, 1879. _L BY MT. PULASKI TIM]g8 L F. Myers, tar ...................... I shares of any corporation show signs , ............  ...... !? .......... _ ........................ _ .....  !J!! fective, is the fact that men and iD- stocks, which have no more ltion stitutions of g-ret wealth who lmvg to the actual values of the proper- been holding back their funds wait-ties behind them today, when they ing to be sure that the bottom had are absurdly low, than they had in been reached, are now actively invest- i 1929, when they were ridiculously ing again. But on the heels of these too high. investors follows an army of sims- :o: BLESSED ARE THE COMPETENT "" lative sharks, whose activities may By Bruce Barton ! succeed in undoing the beginnings of restored confidence. These are the: An important New Yorker called t traders who rush in whenever theme up to ask about two doctors who Sebeeriiom Bat ; of strength, and buy merely to sell : fix  Year .................. $|Jm i again as soon as they can make a Months "1 i Months Jm dollar or two profit. Copies ................ "06t The New York Stock Exchange is = l an important institution, in that it THURSDAY MARCH $. 1932 !i" THE MT. PLASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY MARCH 3, It is time for someone to reprint cries out for such: he is needed and herently selfish or and redistribute Elbert HuOard&apos;s needed badly-4 man who  think there are many "Message to Garcia." It tells, you 'Carry a Message to GarciL'" i who would like to help their remember, how President McKinley, I do not think that humanity is in- : to better jobs and more -- -- But so few of those who when the Spanish War broke ou needed to got immediate word to the r leader of the Cuban insuzwents, Gen- eral Gards- Some one told the President that there was a man named Major A. S. Rowan who could find Garcia. Major Rowan took the leer, ask- ed no questions, souglt no directiom or advice, but quietly and pronptly! set sail for Cuba, made his way tara the wilderness and delivered the let-i ter. i Hubbard sang his praises. "Civili- z&tion is one long anxious search for just anv, h individuals," he exdagmed. "Anything such a man asks shall be 1 MONEY To GET AW.aV Ro TN FARta AR run a clinic in a little town in Ca ada. He knew that I had visited them some years ago and that they did me much good. I described them to him in the words of one of their patient 'Fhey are human ferrets," I said. '.They seem to be able to discover and eo rect conditions where even specialia i have ever delivered anything. i Now and then centre one i deliver. And what a joy it is commend him! ! vldea that fifty million dollars ta made availabl e through the Seers- talT of Agriculture for erop-finane- tag loans to farmers, and much move that will be available if neees- These leeas Secretary H]nte m- imaees, will be on an aeem bests al aot mo thaa $4OO nmy be  by an one farm. TI meam aa be mal f0r t  aad tbe  aml   of eOl, at Raum a to be N" We think rids ia a pmt Iced m tangement for two or throe remem Ia the first plsee, it ia e.heap flnmw- lag far farmers, the interest rate be- tag only five and one-half percent. 111 the second place, it is likely to rmlt i teaching a good many farmers ihow to use credit in the same way a man uses it. The kind o with which farmers are most are mo loans on the of their land. And if farma geaerally, take advantage of process, it will distribute a large - mot of working money throughoQt all of the region and canary dollar so distributed will nta-i- Irate many times its own value to U restoration of business activity lind the benefit of the community in which it circulates. We are sorry' for the farmers of Oonneeticut and Penneylvania, where 8raCe laws poibiit the giving of iieV upon crops. Farmers in those mttm will not be able to take advan- tage of this new line of credit. We understand that local or court- agents are to be named for the handling of applications for loans this new plan, but anyone in- terested can find out all about it by writing direct to the Secretary ef Agriculture at Washing'ton. --:0: STOCK MARKET GAMBLING We think we are perfectly safe in flaying that the business depression has "raped bottom" and that te swing has begun- It is certain that there is a much greater feehng of confidence among manufacturers, business men and bankers that, there was a month ago. The remedial leg- iiIgtien which has been enacted a Washington has already had a deep Imychological effect upon the business and financial world. The best proof that these efforts to p a stop to the ps of do- who i furnishes the only open market into WISH IN' NOW "I'HV " - which anyone who want to buy or have failed." granted. He is wanted in every city, sell securities can go to make his The man went up to the clinic and town and viin every office, .OL/H TO ': stayed three weeks. Yesterday he sh6p, store and factory. The world sales or purchases. BuS a large part telephoned me to say that he had not ] of the trading on the Exchange is felt so well in years He was so en ::hig=:g. [:e=ea=blersof= :T=t;h:h:t I could hardly get h SELL OR TRADE i I f b m b y h !ation; they seek only to line their BI:n: FeaTterfa? :si: itit Ll ]Farm or City Properties I  II I kets And xt m too bad that ppo own po . " " Point The man is vice presidea of Or Rent Properties   L I whenever there are encouraging st a business that has had plenty 0cfl Anything. Anywhere, Anythne .......... :-- --,:-t of restored confidence that they I problems. He was ervous and dis-] What Have You? A t" 'uo should come in and kill it by first couraged. He came back from Bill's  n ./ tt !rh pure v.etable preparati "n the market up and then, I on the top of the world. I lo L. lxomwell, [ .oz,L2,yF2, runm, g., "_u ,^ ,.b e vrofit nut-I I referred a friend" to an architect" Oh,rl e 70 kit D..I--I.; Tit ! ai|ino ......... Whether it s .... the tol wnen tney so, .  v , r txs.ho has done some very__ clever work  ,-,-, --,-, z-at. zudz, x.  the-ttle bowels', colic., or con,,. ting it down again, for us on our country house. My I or diarrhea; en ..un_]o We believe that these stock gamb-i friend was delighted, i .............  .... aa s, nnef ereantlmereutati ,,  The doctors wte me letters of. drenlove the taste of Castori lers have done more to retard the rs- I thanks So does Bill So does the  m ..... I _ mildness makes it safe for freq sumption of normal business thanlarchitect. They think I have do--! GOFF FUNERAl. HOME !, -. o o, oo ' .... influence We hope 'them a friendly service. I reply that, il I. _//--l,--_iil ..... VlVil  t hanaltwatongDeteicZCemwm  thing more than the operations of I How seldom we have that plure i ] | ..... l erity is dependent upon the price of lanytng reany well 1 _i _ ral r _ _ IN 11 a __ I i a I .- . - .... uroer un aow ror 00prlng ueuvery, A<Dn00 N ---- --,, x PENN BLUE beware of imitations BOND SEAL Discounts on Orders for Delivery between Feb- ruary 1 and May 1. Additional discount for Cash on delivery of oils, See our Truck Salesman or Call Mt. Pulaski Office 198 or Residence 53 is the trade- mark of Bayer mam facture of monoacetie- mdamtet of salicylicaci& P Logan-Mason Service Co. Pulaski, 'N BUB You Might Expect that in times like tlm, fmma prices, like other prices, would be lower.  you call s, in timo oz hood, you II find that rie have, indeed, been reduced in keeping with present economic trsnd Our pricee for vices start at an Stll amangly small &MOUI.AN( RI PHONE s couNlv ) LY A SNOR'I' I HF..S T1NG -to SAY -- Illinois By Ed F SoAP T1t U CAN  D, COS : t| ; : ;'] lfiali II3 in Just al:d the l,rhic Cus, ] erller, to paIgn. In hon ter's hoz thousand tlons of by autoz Custer sl to make Abnve pa:n. 3 elated " and mor be the g " that the most hziI "t;ut I sta d :n