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arm Bries To stimulate the use of cotton, U. S. Department of Agricul- has announced that 2,000,000 bale COvers will be manu- this year. The cotton is to replace jute, which inported. Par inCOme in the United this year is expected to ap- the 10 billion-dollar mark, largest sincc 1929. Farmers in  i burn. This discovery of fire-proof- best .Position of benefit are Approximately 16 million farm:ing cotton, a deep secret yet, may prOducing for the domestic people live in the 13 Southern t go a long way toward absorbing to the South's No. 1 problem--the of dairy andstate s stretching from Virginia products, meats, fruits' i Texas, and include a land area of l ctton sur4)lus" Vegetables. 552 million acres. Approximately I Twenty million people in this Y agriculturai workerB 50 percent of the farm population that the intangible benefits l live in this region, but receive iCOUntry are living on an average AA_A program probably!less than one-third of the national 'of 5 cents a meal. So long as this done as much to increase ' farm income. Sixty per cent of the condition prevaiis, w e cannot income as the actual cash farm families in the South are boast too much about our high iWeekly'xttheweek'smagazine dtrlbotod pri-standards of living. HerOd-American. i dependent on cotton for their with Sundsy cago This country is often called the mary source of income, l BUCHA.NAN GOLMUNITY I Mrs. Cecil S?,uc, ldes of thim lacal- I"cleanest country" in the world, i  __  I CLUB MEETS FEIDAY ity returned home last They hird of ! Farmers cooperating with [ because it uses about one-t  , . . the [ Te Buchanan Community club i even/rig following a vialt of about !all the soap produced each year. Governments crop control pro-l will meet at 7:30 p. m. Friday, i three week& in Detroit, Mich., There are nearly 20,000 employes gram received $385,605,000 in ben- lj March 140 in the Buchanan school I with her son, Clarence C. Butler, lin the soap industry in the United efit payments during the first halflnorthwest of the city. On the !and in Chicago with her 81J, of the present fiscal year. Parity lprogram committee are Charles ;MI Alvin Moelhenrv States. !payments amounted to $164,111, i Mann, Miss Maud Mann, Mr. and I M'i Alice k'" vlslte in Wooden shoes have been gven 0; soil payments amounted to lMrs. Harrison Vandevender. Fruit iSprtnEflel d frw Friday evening up for leather ones by many pro- $165,510,000, and sugar payments I salad, cake and coffee will be ero l to Sunday with her sister, nL Leigh Saw/th, and family. ple in Holland. But the farmers  $13,519,000. I red by Mr. and Mrs. Abner Jack- have to wear wooden shoes be-I A ttress manufacturer in!son, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cullen. cause they axe the only kind suit-  Texas has discovered how to treat able for the wet and sodden soil. ! cotton chemically so that it won't Wlqbe Was StrsnKet Mystery." Half of the people of Abbevme, France, are mluing or dead ad nobody knows why, yet some ghostly "Pied Piper" seee to hve colz to the qt old Pie-! ardy village with the Germa hordes to lure the citizens to sui- cide and destruction. Don't mJ this astounding double pge mus- ! rated feature in The American "$1.00 to $3.00 PAID FOR DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" (exact price depending on size and condition) We A|so Pay for Dead Hoqs Rendering & Fertilizer Company Lincoln, Iil;nois Phone: Lincoln 886 Sad Reverse Clmrgm. Treasurer Say "NO" tate Treasurer Warren Wright announced that he qll lve POlite but curt "no" to all re- for and from employees of fice. to leave their duties to . m any elections. In a public Taent, Mr. Wright said that POlicy in this respect is in with a campaign pledge. Went before the people last as a Candidate for State and told them I did not in any State employee ab- himself from his duties for office or elect While on the State pay- Wright said. believed in that principle last and I believe in it now. I in it several years ago I first ran for Treasurer. time I was employed in of State's office, and decided to become a can- the first thing I did was re- my State position." o- Wright has notified his employees as to his poli- With the following statement: be the policy of thiaof- necessary to allow desiring to vote at the usual two hours by law. Those era- in  city of are requested insofar to vote before report- WOrk. However, in spe- SUbject to my approval, Will be allowed until a. m. of the morning of to report to work. None Permitted to absent them- roan their Work in order to m or vote at any elec- a longer Period than apec- Sized .a W. E. STOLL & lee Mount Pulk, DL TIME TO FIX-UP YOUR HOME FOR SPRING AND SUMMER COMFORT! Building Check from roof to basement...NOW! N'ow's the time to think of makin9 your home more comfortable and beautiful . and of protect- ing ;is valuel Go over your house with a figurative fine-tooth comb see what it needs in the way of repairs, improvements and additions. Then let us help you make your home the way you want ;t to be . . . you w;ll find the cost very reasonable. CHECK OFF THINGS THAT Need Work In Your Home  Roof  Insulation [] Remodeling Masonry  Plastering [ Garage [] Siding [] Doors [] !Basement [] Foundation [] Windows Room [] Walks  Floors [] Attic Roomz Driveway  Stairways iimimlmil iai,m/ill THEN SEE US FOR ADVICE, ifi -'- -- -- "I I1 PLANS, MATERIALS e r of all :t MOUNT PULASKI FARMERS s . GRAIN l ELEVATOR CO. # t- .ll PHONE 30 SEE US FIRST IF YOU ARE BUILDING, REPAIRING, REMODELING!