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TWO ty News ] County Track Meet May 11 date of the, ual Logan track and field meet was May 7 to Wednesday, 11at a meeting of the Athletic Thursday night. The conflicted with section- and other ac- the change was advisable. MINERS WANT PAY of Lincoln miners ac- the sub-district presi- motored to Danville FrYday and Walter Lindley of court eoncernin failure Brewerton to meet the to th terms arreement. ATHLETES Hasburg mmunlty high school have bea awarded letters bo the Sen'te fo confirmation. Corm was recommended last week by Congressman Homer W. Hall for reappointment. :OF------.--- PENNSY ROAI WOLD =$ DISCONTINUE TRAINS The Pennsylvania Railroad opera- ting trains through Atlanta and tion has been filed with the Illinois Armington has posted notices alonfl the Peoria division that an applies- Commerce Commiui0n asking prmi- sicn to discontinue Trains 908 and 909, the only peasenger trains now in operation on the line. THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS E. L. Sams, dragging" ...... 7.0 Waiter Richner, same ..... 9.00 Wm. Bertrang, same ...... 6.03 Henry Stolz, drag. st. aid __ 6.00 Harold toll, same .......... 14.50 Arthur rathwvhl, labor ___ I 5.00 Harley McKinley, mow. gra.  5.00 J W Sheridan, rt shed for tr 25.00 John Reeves, labor ........ 26.00 Ted Phillipe, labor ......... 593 H.O. Pope, car gra. & frt.__ 208.67 Lin Sand & Gravel, rd. gravel 44.48 De 29 ___; Latham Oil Co. gasoline .... 4.00 !Jan. 30, i32 ......... Benj. Taylor, dragging .... 6.00 Henry Stolz, same ....... 12.00 J. D. Bast, same 7.00 Crd Aughenbaugh, same 18.00 Arthur-Grathwohl, same .... 3.00 J. W. Sheridan, rent for truck 4.00 La Lumber Co, lumber I.I0 John Reeves, labor___:,-._ "g.50 Ted Phillips, same____=___ 26.00 C. Ill. Tractor Equip repairs 2.5 Charles P_ Bosler, blarXsmith 23,26t Latham Oil CO. gasoline ___ 17.06 Frank Wachter,  __ 12.09 .Martin Grathwohl, tr. license 2.00 Employer Liability, ins. @re. 102.05 THURSDAY MAY 5, 1932 TI $ 1712 Bal on R B Fund Mar. 29 $-471,29 Statement of RecFts, Summary of Expemiiture and B41ance oa Hamt 1931 John Armingtrout, same .... I0.00 Mar. 30 Bal. carried fw& __ 2229.13 , Albert Lilliek, sams ....... 6.50 Apr. 14 Village of Latham_ 56.00 F,,:: ,clai Report Ernest Buelmhd-; same ..... 12.00i May 8, County treasurer _. 2000.00 O Funds Received and Diabursgd for I L. E. Hunt me_ ........ 110.0 1 June 11 CO. Treasurer .... 1600.00 Raymond StnS, same ...... 12.00 Oct. 6 maitaffi sLaid road 27.fi0 1 the Fiscal Year Etling March 29, John Claata, same 10.50 ()eL 10 County treasurer _ 1411.85 1931. - ..... Martin Grathwohl, same .... G. T. Waddell, thstle cam___ Jly 25 Martin Grathwohl, rd. set-.__ Au. 6 G. T. Waddell, thistle com.__ Aug." 22 Mt. Pul. News, print, ballots A .29 adn Grathwohl, rd. serv Sept 1  L. E. Hunt, clerk service .... J. W. Cowan, bd meet & quar. Joe Armstrong, IxL meetings Sept. 26 Martin Grathwohl r& service 45.00 Oct. 31 16.00 Martin Grathwohl, rd service Nv. 28 40.00 Martin Grathwohl, same __=_ Dec24 18.00 Martin GrathwoM, n/e .... gan. 30, 1962 -' 19.50, Martin Grathwohl, sane .... Ill. Offace Su@ply co. elec. sup. 65.00 Feb. 27 Martin Grathwohl, rd. servics 49.30 Mar. 26 15.50 1 Martin Grathwohl, r& service 5.00 j Fpn ......... , 50.00 IBal. on hknd Mar. 29, 1932 $ Coach Harold Bower. Letters Road and Bridge Funds for the Town been standarized as follows:iLaenna, County of Logan, State of letter for boys playing base ! Illinois, being duly sworn, depose and a seven-inch letter with a tsay that the following satement by in lower right hand car- me subscribe is the correct statemeni State of Illinois County of _Legan, l Everett Sams, mme ....... No Sehroth, same ..... __Town of Laenna, ms, I Charles Vaughn,. same .... Office of Treasurer of the Road and Clffod Aughenbaugh, same _ Bridge Fund of said Town. I Arthur Grathwohl, same .... To the Highway Commissioner, Town Cecil Everly, same ........ of Laenna, County of Logan, State I Hardware Co s@ark plug .... of Illinois: F.C. Pease, mdse ......... I, J. W. Cowan, Treasurer of the Arnold Barthel, labor ...... J. W. Sheridan, rent on shed _ J. W. Cowan, trip to Sprfd_ Mirler & Requarth, 1 rd drag Mrs. Lgn Bartel, dragging ' Feb. 27. playing basketball only of the amount of road and bridge Henry Stolz, dragging ...... playing both basketball i fund on hand at the beginning of the John Armintrout, same baseball received a letter with, fiscal year above stated; the amount .... in the lower right hand of road and bridge fuds received; the and a baseball in the uperlsources frcm which received; the a- :orner. mount exended, and the purpose for letters went to Louis which expended as set forth in said Clarence Schleder and i statement.. Klockenga, basketball letters I J.W. COWAN, Treasurer ! Streetmeyer and Frederick i Subscribed and sworn to before and the combination letter Paul Meyer, Edgar Morgan, Hen- Apr. 25, 1931 lling, Clausy Kendrick and W. E. Hohnes, truck tire .... 21.9 Out of this group, and Clarence Schleder, Harold Ben Taylor, dragging & snow 3.8: I. C. R. R. Frt. on gravel .... 113.2 and Frank Klockenga are Cecil Everly, dragging & snow 16.0 " seniors. Martin Grathwohl, tr. license 4.00 :o:-- B3on Schaffenacker dr. & an. 9.90 SCHOOL SALARIES Win. Bertrang, dragging .... 7.50 Wan. Opperman, same ...... 5.00 with other schools the Everett Sams, same ........ 11.00 of both the Atlanta high [ Herald Stall, same .......... 14.00 grade school have been  Todd BueMer. same _ ....... 6.50 economics for the coming I Car] Opperman, same ...... 13.00 a recent meeting the mere- l Herman Geyer, same ...... 10.00 e high school board voted a Geo. Piper, labor .......... 15.00 per cent reduction in teach- Miller & Requarth, 2 culverts 31.50 salaries and also a considerable Win. Purcell, same ........ 13.80 the superintendent's salary. Latham Oil Co, gasoline .... 96.65 board voted a ten per John Reeves, labor ........ 88.75 cut in salaries in addition to Ted Phillips, labor ......... 88.75 per cent reduction made McGrath Sand & Gravel, gra. 104.90 The grade board has tend- James W. Cowan, treas, com. 103.06 all present teachers their posi- May 30 for next year on this basis Ed Bressmer, dragging ..... 5.75 the exception of the fourth Roy "Irner, labor .......... 15.00 l has Albert Lilick, dragging, .... 6.00 ' succeeding John ClemenL% same ...... 5.00 i W. H. Yaueh, same ........ 4.50 1 -- :o "----- Miller & Requarth, culverts _ 57.20 i H. S. STUDENTS Logan Farm Supply co, gas. 7220 ADDITI?NAL HONORS. C. Ill. Tractor Fuip, supplies 23.20 igh school stude Union Ixon Prod. Co. culverts 30.00] h ' nts ptac- Mt. Pul. News, pr. R & B re. 56.80 l at Illinois Weslayan ! Latham Oil Co, gasoline .... 109.37 State Normal Universities re- John Reeves, labor ........ 102.50 i Ted Phillips, labor ......... 102.50 s fourth  June 27 and Dovabel Tay- Logan Bartels, dragging .... 6.00 dramatic deelama- I Elmer Laughery, same ...... 5.0 Gard Barry was third in : Everett Sams, same ........ 15.00 Earl Schroth, same ........ 6.00 --------:o-reading at State_ Normal. i Clifford Aughenbaugh, same__ 12.00 COMPETE J.D. Adams & Co. repai __ 67.80 Latham Oil Co, gas & oil __ 11.00 PEORIA SPELLING CONTEST I Henry Stolz, dragging ...... 91.50 Ted Phillips, labor ........ 91.50 County sent their contest- John Reeves, same ........ 23.80 the Central Illinois spelling July 25 at the Rialto Theatre in W .E. Holmes, tires ....... 394.00 Caroline Gill of iw" E. Holmes. bal. on truck 4..o5 Alice Sanders cf Lin- Waker Allison Repair, rep. tr 39.72 Zimmer of Emden Latham Oil Co. oil & gas __ 92.00 the county repesentatives. H. Gobleman, gravel ........ 95.00 --:o !Ted Phillips, labor ........ 95.00 John Reeves, same ........ 527.19 Aug. 25 Lin. Sand & Gravel, gravel __ 1.70 ; a eent joint meeting of the Oscar Downey, rep auto tr. __ 21.00 board of education and L. E. Hunt, dragging ...... 4.80 school iard it was voted F. C. Pease, mdse .......... 71.40 contracts for the Cent. Culvert Co., culverts __ 8.00 a reduction of 10 Raymond Sams, dragging __ 41.50 salaries. Arthur Grathwohl, level, gra. 18.00 -- :o: Latham Oil Co., gasoline .... 86.50 John Reeves, labor ........ 91.50 SCHOOLS END FRIDAY Ted Phillips, same ......... 833.76 Ln. Sand & Gravel, gravel __ 21.72 , was the last day of school Sept. 26 tall of *e rural schools Farm" Grain co. bridge lure. 51.2 he eight.monthlLatham Oil Co. gasoline .... 20.41 Friday, with special C. R. Bosler, blacksmithing _ 10.00 her exercises, while Cecil Everly dragging .... 3.75 ms were held Satur- Charles Vaughan, same .... 44.20 seventh and eighth R. D. Weddell, oil & repah'. _ 30.90 C. Ill. Trac. Equip ......... 8.00 dnations were held Arthur Grathwohl, labor .... 41.00 the fifteen towns cf Ray Iakin, 42 Id. grax;el .... 25.00 examinations in La- Win. Blaine, 50 ld. gravel __ 72.50 in the audibsrium Ted Philli@s, labor ........ 72.50 gh school building. John Reeves, labor ........ 622.18 " school districts of the Oct. 31 the rural dis- Lin. nd & Gravel, gravel 12.0 employed their te:chers L. E. Hunt, dragging ...... 13.50 aro maldn their Henry Gobbleman, grave! __ " 6.00 and .............  ....... G E. H. Lukenbil ..... t ,i loyd Meadows, gravel .... 8.00, - " ...... t Arthur Grathwohl, labor 6.0(, schools. . .... :o I L. A. McVmker, rep. & labor 3.17 Walter Allison, repairag tr._ 88.50 John Reeves, labor ........ 88.50 Ted Phillips, labcr ........ 7&96 s found not Latham Oil Co. gasoline ___ 2.91 by the Martin Grathwohl, freight __ 6.50 uf prattle- C. It. Trac. Equip, fan belt a state Nov. 28 in Jus- Win. Mille;mow. grade & dr. Frtday aft- Bayne Culvert Co. tile inlets Farmers gr. co e Ium. Ted PhilLips, labor ........ John 13.75 : 14.00 24.0( 3.00 23.00 9.50 2.45 7.58 3.60 2.00 Nov. 23 Gas tax refund .... 40.95 Dec. 12 Henry Lawrence, ditch 15.$8  Dec.-18 Geo. Rupp .......... 22.00 Total Receipts ....... $ 7643.11 Supervisor's Report A FINANCIAL STATEMENT of 4.00 the Town of Laenaa, Logan County, 31.00  h!inois, for the year A.D. i931 made 10.00 by J. W. Cowan, Supervisor of said Twn: 5.00, Fund Received II.00 L, E. lunt, same .......... 6.00 Amt. on hand Mar. 30, 1931__$ 646.14 Herman Geyer, same ...... 12.00 Oct. 10, CO. Treas ........... 255.30 Tad Buehler, same ........ 12.00 June 11, Co. Treas ........... 400.00 Carl Opperman, same ...... 27.00 May 8, Co. Treas ........... 400.00 Win. Bertrang, same ...... -19.50 Harold Stol, same ........ 20.00 I Receipts .............. $1701.5=3 Cecil Everly, same ........ 10.00'Mar. 31, 1931 Arthur Grathwohl, same .... 7.00 Elmer Laughery, same ...... 21.50 Win. Miller, same ......... 5.50 Byron Schaffenacker, same __ 6.00 Robert Worth, same ....... 6.25 L. E. Hunt, clerk Serdce .... $ 73.80 J. W. Cowan, Board meetings 20.00 Joe Armstrong, Auditing __ 5.00 Apr. 13 L. E. Hunt, clerk service __ 21.75 R. D. Waddell, labor & rep. 33.37 Henry Meyer, judge of elec. 6.00 Benj. Taylor, dragging .... 3.00 Clifford Games, same ........ 6.00 John Reeves, labor ........ 6.00 J. W. Cowan, same and meet. Ted Phillips, same ........ 65.00 James Joynt, clerk of election C. IlL Tractor Equip, repairs Farris Cowan, dragging .... Mar. 26. , IL D. Waddell, repairing tr. Rayr0ud Sams, dragging __ C. K. Games, same ........ I Farris Cowan, same ....... Fred Holmes, same ........ Everett Sams, same ....... L. E. Hunt, same .......... John Clements, same ...... 10.50 John Armintrout, same .... Earnest Buescher, same .... Win. Opperman, same ...... Louis Leimbach, same ...... II How the Railroads Are Fighting Back In the effort to make ends meet, many railroads have discont;nued trains, closed stations, curta/led pur- chases, reduced wages, laid off em- ployes, suspended dividends. Such economies have led some to say that the railroads are retreating under fire. That is not true. Although forced by nec_ssity to exercise the greates economies, the railroads have also made numerous rate reductions, increased the safety, speed and dependability of trmns. introduced new travel comforts, tried out pick-up and delivery of package freight, intensified their sales efforts to improve their earnings. It is a struggle against odds of unequal regulation and subsidized competition, but the railroads are 11.00  making that struggle with deferral- 6.00 Ar nation and resourcefulness. They ask 21.775.00 ' JoeHelenArmstrong,Sams' sameboard .......... meet._ 2.506"00 I /f and deserve the support of the public. I Chas. Wehner, canvass, votes 2.50 |JL Constructive criticism and sugges- 182.25 EM Culp, moderator ........ 1.50 /1 tions are * 8;00.i Latham, rent on town halt__ 10.00 8.00 Apr. 25 a " 5.00 M rtin Grathwohl, road serv. 50.00 5.00 H. O. Pope, fumigating mat. 7.50 li ............ | Pr*zident, 7.00 i May 11 | ,e .,,, ^u | zu c- s-=- 9;00 l Mt. Pul. News, pr. Super. re. 12.50 [0.50 i May 26 5,75 i Charles Wehner, assessing__ 375.00 8.00 May 30 6.00 I Martin Grathwohl, rd. serv. 55.00 6.00 June 27 e more than one hundred ilh:r:*i(ms of ctracdve scenic spots in the great Mid-0'cg. ,d descries my more. It tells you where they are---am ,ow to -::t d;ere. These interesting places, many of ha iust ,. und the can cover more ground at a lower cost per mile. For STANDARD RED CROWN--the better gasol/ne--.w/ll take you to places you have never been before .... Every atom of this gasoline is bursting with eager energy .... 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