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Events Earl Berry returned Wednesday from Seaman, Ohio, where he vis- ited for three weeks with friends, Mr. and Mrs. James Dalton, and :: family.  Dr. and Mrs. Noel Hershey and faly, of Niles, Mich., Mr. and Mi Reuben Hershey and family, of Bloomington, visited in city : .Saturday and Easter with their rents, Mr. and Mrs. John r. Hershey. rerald Dittus, of Chestnut, sub- mitred to an emergency appendi- citis operation Wednesday morn- ing in the John Warner hospital, Clinton. Lester Downing, who spent Eas- ter Sunday northwest of city with his parents, MY. and Mrs. Ellis C. Downing, underwent an operation Wednesday at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., where he bah been stationed about two months. The state Convention of Royal Neighbors of America was held in Decatur this week. Mrs. Ellis C. Downing was there Tuesday as a delegate from the local lodgL attending sessions in the Orlando L , Hotel. She was there again Wed-I nesday, accompanied by Mrs. Uri- ah Tendick, Mrs. Paul A. Gruber, Mrs. Glenn Oglesby and Mrs. Cec- il Buckles. The Masonic Temple was the scene of eeting Wednes- day. Ben W. Ely, cashier of the First National Batik underwent a ton- sl operation Tuesday morning in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, and will return home this Thursday i evening. Mrs. Harry Ely of Niantic is visiting here this week with Mr. and Mrs. David Cheek. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald. Brooker, daughter Miss Betty, and son Kenneth, living three miles west of the city, enertained with a fam- ily dinner Easter Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Laughery of Chicago; Miss Helen Brooker, home economics teacher in Amboy high school; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Laughery, Mrs. Mino Allspaoh and John Martin. What's seldom is certainly wond erful! Ist Thursday A. C. Kolp, the local Illinois Central agent, THURSDAY, APRIL took a day off from his station duties and accompanied by his wife, made an auto trip to De- catur on business and to visit relatives. Herschel Vandevender, an in- structor in Champaign high sclool, returned to his duties Monday fol- lowing an Easter visit north of the city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Vandevender. Robert S. Aitchison of Chicago, visited in tl city Saturday and Easter Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Aitchison. Easter Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll were their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stoll of this city, and Mr. and  Mrs. J. E. Nitzel of Normal. The Misses Mildred and Irma Rupp of Chicag5 were home Satur day and Easter Sunday for a visit witl their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rupp. Mrs. Jacob Dickey returned home last Friday following a visit of almost two weeks in Rock Isl- and with her brother and sister, i George Erlenbush and Mrs. Frank south of the city with his Moran and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Re Miss Louella Litterly, student at t Delmar Rentschler U]dw the University of Illinois, visited Illinois was also home for southwest of the city over Easter i Sunday vith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Litterly. Donald Humble and Jim Free-1 man of Chicago, visited in the city ] J Easter Sunday with the former's uncle, Rell C. and Paul E. Beid- ler, and wives. Robert Rentschler, now serving in the aviation section of the Army was recently transferred from Jefferson Barracks, Mo., to Cha- nute Field, Rantoul. Robert spent Saturday and Easter two miles Miss Virginia Kautz, tends the University of made an Easter visit with ents, Mr. and Mrs. Kautz. NOTICE TO DOG All owners of dogs in Pulaski are requested to license tags at once to collars. The city will dog law, and want the co-operate. --Mount Pulaski City THANKS, FRIENDS... Appreciation +--/ az00erON LAST  am BOB C|0Sl And His Dixieland Band wit  ,Jean Rogers SATURDAY, APRIl. I? DOUBLE EATURE 'GUNS BARK IN .crammed ad PY! Old Feetldmg ILLIAM BOYD wick RUSSELL HAYD|N ANDY CLYDE : MAIt(}ARET HAYiS No. 2 FATHER'S SON' wlthJohn Lifel :rieda sc0t- Billy Dawson )N. APRIL 20-21 As the newly-elected members of +he Mount Pulaski cifl/ coundl and other public oicials of the city we wish tO express our sincere appreciation to the voters for their fine vote of confidence Tuesday. C. E. WEST FRANK COPELAND CARL W. EY CLAUDE BUCKLES WILLIAM BINDER CHAS. SCHMI'I7- BARBARA PHINNEY ROBERT AITCHISON CLASSIFIED SECTION AIT .:I :: ALLAI CURTIS I I I I / II I ue.-,Wt. J" April 22'23 JOB-DAYS Salary $210.00 if Job isnot ac- cepted April 16 gill AYII$ Uem I&IIIYiOII AT THE CAPPS I/RSERY-- Will l%ave large shipment of Dunlap, Premier and Masodon strawberry plants, arrive Tues- day or Wednesday, nice fresh dug plants. ALso a nice lot of Niagara and Concord grapes. Fine 3 ft. Bridal wreath sp.ra at the low price of 20c. We have a grand line of Peach, Pear, Apricot, Plum, Apple and Nec- "torine trees we are selling at about one-half the price you will pay elsewhere. Buy now as Fruit trees will be much higher next Spring. Phone 74 or call at the Nursery. ALTION and REPAIRING of clothes at home. Charlds Fant, Phone 214. ANTED--Sceone to take care of a small garden spot on the shares. Gene  Clear. WkN2D--An ambitious, wide- awake man or woman to look after renewals and new sub- scriptions for the popular, fast- selling wagazine, The AMERI- CAN HOME. It's easy, pleasant work, and it pays big com- sions. Spare time only required. Write today to Director, Sales Division, T H E AMERICAN HOME MAGAZINE CORPOR- ATION, 251 Fourth Avenue, New York, New York. HYBRID SEED CORN -- Cruw'a dependable hybrid. Have small supply of choice corn on hand. Everett Ferry, 3 miles southeast of Mount Pulaski. PIANO FOR SALE---Cheap----in first class shape. Inquire Times- Nea FOR RENT--Steam-heated room; hot water and bath adjoining. Times Apt. Hotel I AM IN NEED of good breeding bulls, see Dick Brown, 8 miles south and 2 miles west of Mount Pulask CASH PAID fr dead horses and Cattle. Iogs and small animals removed free. Call Dr, C. M Merriman, Phone 15. FOR SALF,--10 Ibs. or 15,000 Ibs. home grown Baby Golden pop- em'n. Also popcorn popped for pecial occasions. Leave orders at Schick's Soe Slp or Mount Pulaski Theatre. Russell Buck- PARTS AND SERVICE for any make vacuum cleaner. Also new and used cleaners. Homer Lane, Premier representative, phone It is with the sincerest appreciation that I want to take this means of thank- ing each and every one of the citizens of Mount Pulaski who helped me to be elected Mayor of this city. I cerfainJy appreciate this splendid support. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of the Condition of THE FARMERS BANK OF MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of Public counts, pursuant to law and sho wing condition at the business on the 4th day of April, 1941. RESOURCES 1. Cash and due from banks ................... 3. United States Governent obligations, direct and!or fully guaranteed .................... 4. Other bonds, stocks and securities 5. Loans and discounts ..... - ......... 6. Overdrafts .............. - ................. 7. Banking house $7,000.00; Fure--and-: tures $2,250.00 ............................ 8. Other real estate .......................... Grand Total Resources ,_ .................... LIA'BIL ITIES 12. Capital stock ............................. 14. Surplus 16. Reserve accounts .......................... 17. Demand deposits .......................... 18. Time deposits ............................. 19. Due to banks ............................. Total of deposits: (1) Secured by pledge of loans andlor in- vestments ............... None (2) Not secured by pledge of loans andlor investments .............. $588,436.61 (3) Total deposits ......... $588,436.61 Grand Total Liabilities .................... MEMORANDUM: Loans and Investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities: 26. Loans and investments pledged: (a) U. S. Governmen obligations direct andlor fully guaranteed ............... Total Pledged (excluding rediscounts) .... 27. Pledged: (a) Against U. $. Government and postal savings deposits ...................... TOTAL PLEDGED ......................... The bank has outstanding $25,000.00 fce amount of red Certificates payable solely out of future net when such future net profits are earned (future net operating profits plus recoveries, less charge-offs, provision for reserves) representing contributions to to all and subordinated deposit and creditor liabilities able before any distribution to stockholders as such. I, G. A. Voile, Cashier of TheFarmers Bank of ki, do solemnly swear that the above statement is tre best of my knowledge and belief, and that the items mounts shown above agree with the items and in the report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, Illinois, pursuant to law. G.A. Correct Attest: T. A. Scroggin, Ira Veall, Directors. State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. of Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day 1941. (Seal) DELLA M. Deposits in this Bank insured under the United Stat i ment Act of 1933, and as amended July 1, 1984. st