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THVRSDAY MARCH 3, 1932 THE MT. ULA .... TIMF-, MT. P E/&lt;: HLINt)I [ + : Dancer in /ashington' T r e "'I , + +. : h ! ,:r ::., -!++ i R+:'+:C ' ) - ih:;:b "L r+q; COS " OF CD/L:N:2.:7 At;9 <-' ,h :, ,;;  :.rt f,qr .+ ! t!i. ;. :! I <U''n tf. ;,  ..,+--:he. darlc-!i ill ++*:,'- SG2DY TAX. FFOR;d. . D>i::,;;, +.h :'+;-':;::  +:! :;:++:; :: ::: 'r', with +; *.-'- Vfab;:,l Iron n Meat f .... . : : ;A:.!:<!:! !t;. !I.L.. t]:B. ::)+-l,. <- to Ft+C+i+'++ [ +* +,J;*i/'n )++:  C+iFF i+++! Q r'+i [jyOi+@I" :+ . et |I++[Jtt +llJ Of [{+t+:F- laaiin: in state and local governm*,::s. Jus[ and fair r+::q,portionulent of the sta:e, aud uuemployment relief, were the l,rin*'ipal p:anks on which Omer N. Custer, I:epuhtican candidate for gov- ernrw, today officially opened his cam+ paisa. In honor of the occasion. Mr. Oas tcr's home-town folk were hosts to thousands of his friends from all se: lions of the state, who came hy train. by automobile and bus to hear him enunciate his attitude on the issues of the campaign. There were many the audience who have known Mr. Custer since lg4, when he came here to make Gatesburg his home. Abnve all the issues of the cam paisa. Mr. Custer unqualifiedly d clared "les government in business and mnre business in government" to be the greatest iue of the campaign. "'l'i+ore are s,,me, I know, who think that tie prnhibition question Is the mosl imp, rtant issue," he continued. "that I do NOT agree with them," he sta d n his characteristically emphat- Ic m: nR+r. '"l+h+ + e:::hteenth amendment is part of t+;e t'.nmtitution Of the United St ,. a:)l it i enforced nnder the Ome N. Custer. I'Ovlslona of an Act of Con" be nttnaed. "& large proportion of our citizens believe that enforcement un dec the Volstead Act is UNsatisfactory. <,t" +:+er+*\\;+:.*:'++ -:"'+'DE. "i i,i- -:r,:t!d :,++ r+.++r:+ `. l? S t}:P i::+-t t+'p t,P, VaF:! ;;d 'qHU, If" r++fHrI+J ++tail rooFGatiiz;T}HII +)I tLe tax S:,-++'m+ fc+r th++ i,ur|+o.e +,f re i:evJng the far;:+, tho h,,rne anal or:+.r real e+t.te -f t!;oir unfair hurdpn The waith invted in intangible property must be required to pay i+s Just share of taxes." In discussing the plight of agrlcul turn, Mr. Custer. si,aking as an own er and operator of farm lands, de+ elated that "politics can offer NO panacea for the farmer's Ills, but pub- lie administration can aid him by re- ducing taxes and by sympathetic and helpll co-operation. "Deflation came to agriculture long before It affected other groups." he said. "When Industry and business were enjoying their greatest prosperity and when the aecurtty market had reached heights never dreamed of be+ fore, the farmer was feeling the pinch of poverty." Mr. Cter said. +'One of the underlying causes of the present dpresslon was poverty on the farm. Nearly one-third of our population live on farms. There can be NO enduring prosperity In this country as long am this large portion of our population has NO share In it." Speaking of relief of unemployment, Mr. (ster asserted that "the most pressing need of the day is employ- ment for thousands of men and wom- ea who have been thrown out of work due to the industrial depression. "There la something wrong with an economic system which periodically turns men willing to work out into the cold without s means of liveli- hood," he continued. "But you cannot cure this condition merely by passing new laws or by creating new commis loss. Industry and business must find the solution. Government should give them every encouragement In thle effort. It can co-operate with them by assisting in adopting pollOca d- signed to minlmlse unemploymt in the future and offer protection for the unemployed, and tt can help by remov- ing handicaps which Impale prO "I am deeply Interested in thl prob- lem. It affects the very foundation of our society and civilization." On reapportionmmL Mr. Custer took the stand that Chicago should be given popular representation in one house of the general assembly, and lhnlted in the other. "It must be manifest to anyone who looks at the prohlem squarely that until some plan is agreed upon for a balance of power between Cook noun+ ty and the rest of the state, NO legl latlve reapportionment ca be aeeom. pllshed," he Bald. He also advocated congressional re apportionment, and home rule for C'hi + : -y Bitter Expression The e::pr,+.q on "Solid Dudding aainst mnpty praise" Is from Alex- r })r P,p+:+ "!++nciad" In }hm " times kings protecti pe,ts, artists and musicians, and frequontty gave  them board and lodging, or a stipend ;:, O i1' I on which to live. When aspiring pots received only praise and needed solid sustenance an empty stomach made the pdSe empty. hen the Son "mlh  tailing of the sea is an old lg- llh trm for a groemd-swell. When 4ecara on a dl nlgh tl $onnd Is sometimes heard or slim hthmd. Inhabitants of seaside towns looked on it u a summons by death+ Tennyson to this phenomenon In lng the Bar"--"And one clear call for me." Copyright Ropier[ohm The original term of copyright ta for 28 year. Within one year of the expiration of the original term tin holder or author, or tf he Is dead heirs, may obtain a reawal  am- other 28 year, making a  [1 years for the copyright to Pun. lmq Boundary mtrt There i a permanent organization called the UpJtod t and Mexico International tundary commission at El Pao, Txa, who duty la to at- tend to the occasional change In the boundary line due to the changes In th course of the Rio Grands. Excellent I.lte Rule Let every dawn of morning be to you  the beginning of life and ev+ ettfng un be+ to you us Its ure ro'd of ome kindly thing done for eers, some goodly strength or knowl- edga Itlned for yea,anti--John Ida, Perfeetiom Nt IUmelm It s said that publishers hsve nl' been able to bring out bee free from errors. "1"l+Imek merest Deflection Is the Blbl whletl.  to Its many regrtnttnga, him offet,l opportnnltl to co mtm. Commercial Clutmoht ('hsmois i. a )ft. pliant leather plq- pared originally from the skin of the chamois, a small oat-like antelop of the Alpine re,don of EnrOS)e, but now also made from the skin of the heeg. goat, calf and other animals, P,I" a's Reputation [':+ '+  :5 '" r ++++", ++ + : ....... ++ ' + .... l+ + O+ ' .... : +,+ +;.++t +:: ::sT ++}: thOlL:Jr :, ! ++:+, ,+ +,,++ ++++,+,+++vzvw, , ++++ and there is strong sentiment for sod ifleatiom But any modification, change or repeal of prohibition laws must be effcted by the United States Senate and House of Representatives at Wash- hagton. That is where the issue must be decided, Until Congrea has acted I know of nothing a state executive Bcer can do about it one way or the "1 need NOT remind you that ll- ola, the htion---the whole world, In fet---are face to face with the most Setdou economic aitmmtlon of modern Ume" Mr. Custer continedL --rhere must be economy and tax reform aa well s rigid economy ha governm4mtal gpmdlture& "I promise you ! will do all In my power to bring shout : First: The strictest economy and lte geetest possible efficiency in the of all the necessary funtigris If governmenL Immh The consolidation or ate Itloa ef overlapping or unneeeuary ormnntal aetlwltles, both state and Tlml: Amndmat of the revenue o of the Pntfthtion, so as to ltsemlt adequate tax reform which Itll tmslt tn a better dltrlbutiea of taxes. Icmnqh: Enactsmmt of lawn by the Lghtlatur to annag/lab these pro" Imag "rollowhag the in, at/on  the Wl War," Mr.  continual "Nm were plunged late a laOd of 4dmlm which tam stamu amm7 mdJ touched the poe  Jdmm tmlly th Um dvtl_Ased l boge that we Imve kit the . sad that we tat on tl I ImW Imt It la lelnl i Im a le km, d pun ud bmamm inam and tt'teulture must hmte tim 8ympethetle Imat  ke an aet/v Imt tmsuw h mmtt tam tmof mtm het t tetttq tt atm  vselt lmsrs, mor ti dse of re #m,m, Zovmmment rum reached oat Iv ion. It lure to-km ev sew lmette an ammen mm ttv mat. It  hopelmly In volvad 8nd tt eo are too bude om to b4mr. state and -'tl ot luta int'eased  per eeut l/,q. Ill 191R la.bllc elllilRIrl Imsented 6.4 per cent of the toal Inenm Tody, the are 14 per cent. 1Nhile government expenditures in creased 332 per cont. population has Increased but 15 per cent. "What we need is an intelligent re vamping and reorganization of our governmental machinery. What must come immediately ts the appllcatlot of Man's JUivamtalt ul man ia wrtehi amid :  advantage; gad man---ires- on every side, yet not dlstr;ed: Come In or Phone No. 144 For PACE 3::y Your SYRUP At zN: REXALL D+ +:++ STf/+ ++ + + Job Printin00 - Advertising, Mt. Pulaski Times Mt. Pulaski, Illinois Ilered. but not In de, pair: perse- cago. blr. Custer lso pledged himself to  but not dtroyed.--Plato. complete the bond issue road program DID YOU00EVER STOP TO THII'-00? IIII The danger of suddenly becoming aware of a new notion and taking it to extremes issomething hard- ly less in people of mature age than is young peo- ple, and more strange still, is not less at all in com- munities than in individuals. Thus thee is the likelihood that the insistence up- on the interdendence of states and communities, which is being heard from all quarters today, may become detrimental to more obvious needs and methods. Interdependence in finance and industry is chiefly a matter of co-ordinating financial, meg-.. sures, output and consumption. It is dangerous to iump at conclusions that com- plication should be heaped upon complication in the matter of transferring goods here and there without adequate reason and so multiplying their final cost to consumer reducing purchasing power. speedily so that more attention ma be given to widening roads and sep grating grades where traffic densit requires greater highway ctency. He also amerted that he would con. tinne the policy of the present admin- istration In properly homflag d ear- ins for the wards of the state. In condusinn, Mr. Ouster add, "9 want to emphasize again that the great issue in th campaign is le governnmt hs business and mor basinms in SovemmeaL wh-t the ople of lllo[s want lit a reductio in the cost of governmogt and n sequent decrea in taxation. are demanding ehmeL They are Insisting on a more equitabl tax system. 'I am a business  My tnterasta include a newspaper, a bank, sev'al Industrial concerns and farm. No of th l bankrupt, beeau they have lived within their Incomes. They going to continue to tire within thr racemes, whether large or smalL .Oevernmeat ta not msentially differ ent from private buelnem. The pme Ident of' eorporatlon adminlstem it8 afttl in the tntes-e of the tedt. hordm The head of executive Icy- should adminlm" pabile traC- hea0 In the intm-et of the ople ho oleet Mm. "It I am tod Govanmr, tlmt is gactly what I  to do. 'If you belinva la tlmt Id_sd e ad- minlstnoL I waat ymr  in ta eamin. Hor   tt 1 am Iwmflmted and  I walt lmlr maort and tim mat of an t    tam in w to  mea! aettvlttaJ and 8n exteve w Wptne of in o,meam ne- 9Jmd8 tn thts State, for this lone n mmmpfl the fell meuere ef seoo e and edeuey the pete Jn de, metin" A fancy canary-yellow dmos Is more valuable than a blue-white or wte diamond. This in because of meads that are found hs come quantltim the blue-white is the most vainbin. Wut Him Ready Msn Msnya wife Is perfeeUy willinll t stick  her nose and wear expensive finery to advertls4 what a Imeee her hnmhgd Is. w > , wmlhtn't tufa tler UI tie finger over +o hlp m ldm ---nclnnatl Enqulr.