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PAGE ][GHT TIIE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY APRIL 21, I2 I "Pulling Out ofth Ruts TEAMWORK does it If all do not pull together, the wagon sticks or upsets. Back on the highway, each horse must keep his eyeon the road. The traces must not slack. The horse that does not pull with the others, holds up the work and cripples himself. "Horse sense" and co-ordinated action are ne- cessary to our community's progress. And we have a capacity for co-operation to which our schools, playgrounds, public works and home in- dustry are practical monuments. Encouragement given to the little known out- sider, the itinerant peddler or his irresponsible mail- order office, is a cross-wise pull to our community's advancement. His ideas are far from the plane of of mutual welfare, as his merchandising methods are distant from the principles of sound economics. Your local merchant conducts a store of progress. He observes styles come and go, and conscientious- ly sets his house in order for better service that con- tributes to your happiness. At every turn of the road, you find his counters filled with the best mer- chandise. His store keeps pace with the develop- ment of your community. His interests, like yours, are here. He runs true to the idealsof sincerity and square-dealing that makes both cities and stores prosper. He is in double harness with you and has the fight to your support. Buy at home.--don,t risk the ruts. The Mt. Pulaski Times r