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THURSDAY MARCH 3, 1932 [l;.i! 3if. ; +;.A:- (:UESTN UT Wid ,has rece:.ved her Friday "e , 2C by E. F. Lau hery f the Wi&apos;.lis t-Iu:: ; hrtq," cf Spring- ,;,ho formerly resdM in this }lace. tie was the son of Mr. and A. L. Humphrey who preceded lira in death several years ago. Fun- >erviees were held at 2 p. m., in Pulaski. Interment was made in Cemetery. Mrs. Albert Buehler dsited her Mrs. Shaub at Deaconess has- on Thursday. Mr. Henry O'Brien spent several last week visiting his sister, O'Brien at MacKinaw re- home Sunday evening ac- by Miss O'Brien, MLss Alexander, Miss Bessie Laugh- and Robert Zeigler, the latter home folks. Mrs. Clara Laughery visited her Mrs. Chas. Vail in Lincoln Mrs. Vail has been quite for some time. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. Mrs. C. G. Gallagher were, Mr. Mrs+ Lester Donnan and daugh- Norma Lee, Miss Bessie Galls- and mother of IAncol Miss Helen Baker of East Lynn the week enA with her mother Emma Baker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jas Jones and son of Clinton visited her parents and Mrs+ J. M. O'Brien on Sun- Several are ill with flu and pneu- in our community at ;:+ ++, + +'+u++T+ I,AKE F{)RK A urpri,e i:arty a: i .at ++ was ki - en t the ir,;.e of \\;ViI:!am Fuiten' . utheast of ?.ere Saturday night in honor of Mr. Fuiten's Birthday. A !arge crowd was there and aI1 en- joyed themselves. At a lat hour re- ;freshments was served and all de- parted wishing Mr. Fuiten many m+re happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Billings and family near Emden were here Sun- day visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ridgeway and little daughter visited his par- eats Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ridgeway. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stratton and son Wayne were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rogers nar Beason Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Schrader and Kenneth Munyon were shopr, ers in Springfield Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gasaway and family visited at the home of her parenta Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Pe- ters and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koehler visit- ed in Springfield Sunday with their son Loyd and wife. Wilbur and Charles Sehrader, lit- tle sons of Orville Schrader, south- east of town visited here Friday nite with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Munyon. W. M. Koehler and Russell Fult, tm went to Rockville, Ind., with a load cf moving goods Friday for Mr. l;3;E. MT+ P ...... +2 .% + ..... i + el' +!; : : as. cam arei v+ith ,+: b:t -:i'.i ; an extra,rdi;'mtily "+ rate. Per :ach !.000 of p:.pulation 5. birth> a.d 11.1 death,-: were re- e;,ie<i. There ,aas an exce:-s of 32,997 ie+.s over deaths. Mrs. Alfred Wilson visited her sis- Mrs. Robert Burton in Lake Fork Wednesday Mrs, Clara Laughery visited her Mrs. Emma Vandevender Mr Minnie Gulso, on Wednes- Mr. mini Mrs. Roy Barber and Thelma Lee, visited role- in Divernoti Sdmday. Chestnut M. F_ Church next special event in our program is the Father and Banquet, which will be gtvm evemng March 11th, in the of the church. The Ladies' will serve the meal in their us- style and generosity, and a cam- of men are arranging a uni- program. It will be entirely dif- from last year's program in personnel and form. The speaker will Dr. Virgil Thompson, magtor of St. Paul's M. E. Church in De- You will like his wit and hu- The tickets are now on sale, we urge ou to buy yours early order to help the ladies to know many to prepare for. If you no son of your own, borrow tme nice looking lad and treat him an enjoyable evening. Don't for- that the date ia March 11. The official board will meet next Monday evening at tLe home of J. L. Every beard member should present, as there are some im- lmrtant matters to be discussed. The Wovaen's Foreign Mimdonary Oeiety will meet next Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Dhn The Choir will meet Friday even- ing of this week at the home of Mrs. A. S. Buehler. AUSTIN TOWNSHIP Mrs. Glen Ram son Eugene and Miss Sarah Rotramel motored to Dalton City, Sunday and attended the afternoon and eveMng servie at the U. B. ChuPeh,  by s former of the Harmony church, Eev. S. aufor& Mires Mary Ellen Hmsglin and Fter Heft of the Hadley School been invited by Mrs. Cora B. Rrma County Superintemle to at the Teachers' meeting in April at Deodar. Miss Edith Wme teacher. Mr. and Mrs. John Hahn of Deca- tur visited Sunday at Henry Heist l.ltt's. Imke View School has been pro- mm a frame photo of Abralmm Lincoln from W. R. Binkley of War- retmbur. Another photo of Geotl Washington from a friend. Attoth gift the past week was a beautiful tmuet of p WiIlo=r from t Cltpp's Nursery at Mr. Pulaski. PROGRESS IN ILLINOIS The Logan county board of super- .i,,rs will meet in the court house in T?.- infant m+rtiity r.+e in Illn,,i: I.ine, ln on Tue:day March 8, at 2 .+: a < i :i ,.'a:; the l>aest ever ,:1 :k. }id,; for :appl(:s for the ,'d< : +, tats. 55 I)+. And3 .................. / f" tLe eri>:ain:. quitter }( .)+ ::tat );a;t}t  ire(:'+or+ : Dfiil S'h :J {;] :,I a? +'+;+. :irli :: ; })t:OJ ;::J>el (+: :i+:'mr:t } " ++ %el + ]' tvtr}elt +.++ ' g t+++.e z;.l L+', h r  >+ ..;:d and b+nks of the Starved Reek ' + + , :: u:.: '::. 'f't+" : ::pa! t++ ubj+ ++ + + ++,: i n a''} ++++ "+++:'}d ;++i:+3 oi on the iii::)i: iliv ' eaway+ ";:: :,'::M-rat< nd thr!+rate .... >.+n }:v.,e been ballyhooc+t as irst- Dairy farmers +u>.l) ing Chicag . aters :,rd getting away wi{h i:. .:c:! Chicago .i!k dealers have found ......... Fr(i Lashbruok. representative of ed a milk and dairy pn,duct= re:,ea,'ch the state department of conservation, foundation. informed Director Ralph Bradford that wild ducks are plentiful now in Northw.:tern University will er- the rieinity of Meredosia bay. The c:-t immediately a new $115,000 men's number of ducks there is larger than for several years. Similar reports are coming from other oaxt of the state. Director of Finance Garret F. De Kinney, chairman of the exqmvive ds:ament employees' voluntary con. : tributions committee, has anrmed dormitor in Evan.ston. Preparatory to the Fen]ng in 1933 of A Century of Progress Exposition buildings to cost a minimum of $4,500,000 will be  erected this year n Chicago's lake shore. With Sausage Above the Atmosphere The -tia++,sphere is the tipper l)r- t],,;! Ol the+ + att+:DL+,ro :lb,w ,+ 1 | ih+ + |I+lI+'l+N. n++l|'f, +iF |[*: N, +el:* '?+ '++ tP+l |Ut+{ti{+ih #++el: It }lad wvntlmr. If+ ++hicll t,t>+,.+.+;l++li++ +-h:::++,+*s but little" ,v++h altiltlde lind ('|,)tl(S +)f Wa++)r tlt*+l'+ + f+)rt|L a})(l ill +xhi,'h tlwre ts pr;+<ti++Miy no +t+ItV4't'lhdl ++r distr[blll[oi:l of the tit + re.spheric equilibrium causitl wheal,. It is often called the Is,,thecmal re+ : .... ; that i8, rei,+ll IH e+|tlal [tt,+l+it,,2;l lure. Water Hard to Compress that state employees under  An appetizing sausage dish is the Water Is very slightly c,,mi,+,+-,7+ +< L+uis L+ Emmerson cont +nb+ a+ %lhwing--sometimes ealle<l bird ' Its comprc++sibility is from 0.t1;:+;;+ to 0alOng}Y,1 for one atmnsphere, devreas- toe.el of $186,702.35 from their o nests. For this we shall require half lag with it+++:++.:+: of temperature. V-r ies for unemployment relief dnrh a pound of sausage meat and five each flat of prv.ure distilled wa++,r the winter of 1930-31. A total of $183,325.30 of the 1930-31 .ribu- lions was disbursed among the 102 counes of the state, leaving  bl- once of more than $300 which +has since been allocated. eggs. Bcil four of the eggs for fifo will he diminished in v,hmo OJ+o:,l:, teen minutes, then put into cold we- t- O,{, I:L W.der lS so Incompre::- +e: +, and when cool enough remove slble that even at a del,:h -f a mile a The State highway department has advertk-l for bids on three milliot; dollars' worth of road and bridt.-e building. Twenty-four projects are in the call, providing for 69.64 miles e,f on another plate put some browned paving downsta.e and 7.31 mile in bread-erums. Cover the roils with the Chieage area. The bids w':tl be first the egg, and after with the opened March 9. crumbs and fry in deep hot fat. shells. Now put on a frying pan with plenty of fat. While it is heating, di- vide the sausage meat into four por- tions, and cuter each of the eggs with a portion. Mould them into ob- longs with flat ends. Beat up the remaining eggs on a large plate, and Charlie Davis, a former resident of this place. Charles Davis who motored to Rockville, Ind. with his family and his wife's sister had the misfortune l gnething Else You Can Do With a Ford to meet with an accident on their way. Mrs. Davis and the little daugh- ter was slightly injured with the broken gla but the farter's sister received a broken arm while Mr. 00,gfeNews A portrait of George Washington has been hung over the speaker's stand of the house of representativ and another over the pddent'a stand of the state senate. State Re- jresentative William Then, Chicago, chairman of the Illinois George Wash- inffton Bi-entennial c#mmissio 0resented the picture to the house and State Senator Harry Wright, De Kalb. presented the picture to the seiLateo In a warning to Illinois mooriste State Representative Richard L. Ly- ons of Mundetein, declared that those who u.se short-wave radio reeeivin}, sets in their automobiles are liable t to a fine of $1,000 or six months in! jail or both. This is an aeeo with a law passed at the last regular sion of the state legislature to set up a statewide police broadcast- irg system. Representative Lyotm is the author of the law. J i school boys of Harmony, Pa., found art old hand-ear beside the tbandoned trolley tracks. They bought an ancient Model T for three dollars nd hitched its engine to the car axle_ They cover the two mile* to whol the rate of 35 mile, an hour And i it fun? The bills providing for the relief for the unemployed in Cook county have been assed by the house and nate and Rave been signed by Gov- ernor Louis L. Emmerson. This was a matter of considerable importance to every citizen of Illinois. Many ways were planned to give the nes- sary relief and after very careful consideration the plan adopted by the house and senate was considered to be the best that could be worked out; therefore, every member of the house or senate who voted for the passage of these bills is to be eomplimenlamL Attorney General Oscar E. Carls+ trem has ruled that the duty of the county board to make provision for payment of the county judge's salary is nmndatory. Oil has been found at Nason, near Mount Vernon, at a depth of nearly 3000 fes According to an off exoert the oil is the finest grade that he has ever seen in Illinois. Mrs. Pauline Johtmto and Rlrl Rotramel called ou Mrs. Arthur Glloway Mondax +tn. Mr. nmd Mrs+ 'Pont+ Hoslrllu enh- rmm'lemmd an MI time rained ves 8mly  Flora. t bit  la 19I while Aecordlng to the state department of mines and minerals, during, tte month of January nlinois etmi mines employed 4098 men on a average of 18.6 days and produced 351,29 tons of coal There were only three fatalities at the coal mines of Illinois d the mont Dr. Ary Hal!,  health direc- tor, has  timt Illinois ex- low record mortality <lhi," flint of water will wei;dt +,nly about half a fmund more than at the surface. Variation in Hearing Range of hearing decreases with age, and many old people fall to hear n,tos which, to tile middle aged, are quite distinct. Three Individuals, none ,< +:,++m +++ all deaf. may listen to the tmme note; the first will merely call i+ "rather high," the second will com- plain of Its painful shrillness, and the third will hear nothing! I l Some Gun Girl- Arlayne Brown. IS, of St. Louis, rortO .l=ffip ski r.vol+, ,lot, Vktor Mili" o4 St Louis. C00-ett Jtrri.t Benj N. Cardoo. celebrated d Judge of the New York Cogrt p. appointed tO the U. S. rt to succeed Justice is regarded hy lawyers as  tl grest American judger+ Minnie Maddern Fiske. America% most f actress, ,:.; +" %::" disease at 67. SI:e " , .;; :itz t.._ge dace she wa i ...... Charles M Schwab celebrated htll 70th birthday by v, orking at his desk as Chairman of the Bethlehem Steel C ,:,-nation. He's been a teel ma= *+,:" :: +e tar+,., working for Carl gi# t I8, drjv:;,g taks. IPn +|e t+:t q + ,+:+ y :  +++ +;++ ,' t++++: + +md -+, ++.:,+y is++:+:+ ++ , + fd++ f+r++qt r;',+ ; r+(] ;+,P+';,+;}J ;++; l'+'+)+ + + ;ill it+ q++++'r t++( Po [+++++'++1 , IQ+US!+ fie,r+'+ r++. \\;\esh t++d Qm:k+,rs. + |'r,+> |c, D+v+:+q. (++It +:+;!L Lutheran+. 31ot}t}o++++t e.m 'ml Me vlans. Was Czar's Treasure? recently Is Dq+eved to have come the Imerial lihr:lry of the at Lea r:rad, h;+ing been In gS hy the l}br,';ri:m of Cz:lr sndor I st s ale tn Munich for $*mO. LIQUID TABL SALVE 666 L;quid or tablets used arm 666 Salve externally plete and effective treatment for Most Speedy Remedies Buy Your Milk of At PENS REXALL DRUG m ; i + ii;? )i(:i; Taxes Can Be Reduced t Two figures in the reports of the railroads for 1931 afford a strik- /ng contrast. One is net income: 89 million doll The other is 308 million dollars The tax collector tht dot $3.46 of revenue to every dollar the owners themselves received. Taxes can be reduced -- for everybody-- in only one way. That is for governments to :)end less. Railroads are taxable roperty, but other /arms of transportation use property created by pending taxes. Thus taxes make the railroads' rates higher and their competitors" rates lower. Constructive < and suggestions are in- vi ted. sm Ch;c.o, March I, 1932. @ lllinoh Cent'ral S1tem taxa excll $20,000 a dy lhroulhoul 1931. t ILLINOIS CENTRAL SYSTEM DEPENDABLE FOR 81