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10, 1951 OF ILLINOIS, ss. Fork of the Road Fund of Said Town Commissioner, Fork, County/of of Illinois: Treasurer and Bridge Fund for Fork, County of of Illinois, being depose and say that statement by me is a correct statement amount of road and Unds on hand at the be- the fiscal year above amount of road and  : "rim lqnJur Albert Reitermam supr. 99.86 services and auditing 15.50 Geo. Grathwohl, com. 36.00 78.00 meetings 18. Henry Hall Tr., trus- 42.85 tees of Cemetery 250.00 Oct. 23, Central Ill. Elec. and Gas Co., lights 1 47.00 yr. in adv., and bal. of 1950 17.30 59.00 27. Troy A. Kost, Twp. Officials dues 25.00 5.00 Nov. 18. Frances Edwards, cleaning Town Hall 4.50 15.60 1951-- Feb. 12, Ira L. Howe, 66.50 adv. on assessing 75.00 Mar. 27, Bal. on hand 1922.82 54.32 Total Receipts 7.50 Total Expenditures Bal. on hand $1922.82 66.40 szv00 (00rZR00 IZPS 145.0 FOR BOOSTING YOUR 1.50 DAIRY PRODUCTION A U. of I. dairyman today gave seven general pointers on how dairy farmers can do a better Job of feeding their dairy cattle. W. B. Nevers recommends: 1. Hay made up entirely or largely of legumea 2. Green, leafy hay free from mold, mustiness and weeds. 3. All the high.quality hay that high.producing cows will eat. 4. Well.balanced grain mix- tur 5. Grass-Legume pastures kept highly productive with fertiliz- ers and good management. 6. Liberal amounts of feed all year long. Nevens also suggests studying the need of each animal and ad- justing the feed accordingly. . Good feed and care nearlyal- ways mean larger proIiLs tnru greater production. And the high producers are the most profitable. Nevens says that, according to feed cost. One producing 300 Ibs. would return $195; a 40-Ib. pro- ducer would give you $290 and a 500-pounder would earn $,385. SWINE HERD IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION PLANS TOUR The Logan Swine Herd Im- provement Association has tenta- tively set Friday, June 8, as the date for the third annual county tour, according to farm adviser Fred Hoppin, In Lincoln. Julian Schmidt, the association president, who lives near Mount Pulaski, says that the organiz- ation will contribute $25.00 in award money for the 4-H bar- TREASURER'S Ware Sawmill, bridge REPORT lumber and Disbursed 21. Everett Howe. haul- Ending March ing gravel Albert Reiterman, treas. Id- urer fees 26. Geo. Grathwohl, re- pairs on grader, drag- ging and tiling 21, Carl Gasaway. hauling gravel Nov. 9, Earl Edwards, hauling cement 18. Earl Schroth, labor on culvert and hauling 30. Everett Howe. haul- ing gravel Dec. 9, Latham Lumber Co.. cement, tile & spikes Robert I Howe, 6 gal. Zerone for tractor Geo. Grathwohl, 20 hrs. bridge work. labor and expenses 22, Leonard Purcell. run- ning tractor and bridge received; the sourc- labor Which received; the a- 30, Carl Gasaway, haul- ing gravel expended, and the pur- 31. Everett Howe, haul- Which expended, as set ing gravel 63.00 statement. 1951- Albert Reiterman, Mar. 10. Leonard Purcell, Treasurer. running tractor 3 too. 92.00 and sworn to before Jan. 20. Leonard Lamb, ay of April, 1951. gravel & hauling 162.00 alter Phillips, Total Expenditures $3 146.85 Justice of the Peace. $ '140.66 l &NO BRIDGE FUND Balance on hand Receipts SUPERVISORS REPORT STATE OF ILLINOIS, lance on hand Town of Lake Fork ss. of Fiscal County of Logan 534.72 Office of Town Supervisor L of The following is a statement bel, pull- ._ 120.00 by Albert Reiterman. of the Town of Lake Downs, the County and State aforesa taxes 1,900.00 the amount of public funds Dawns, and expended by del. taxes 1.10 luring the fiscal ye Downs, ed, ending on the Bal. Taxes 731.69 March, 1951, showing the Total $3287.51 of public funds on hand at commencement of said xpenditures year, the amount of public received and from what 1 Howe, received, the amount of loads of rock funds expended and for 199.50 purposes expended, during hauling year ending as aforesaid. rock  & shale re- Bud L. Howe, Burning Qeo. Grathwohl, ffrader compen- Gasaway, hrs. tractor truck 10.00 26.00 Subscribed and sworn to. be; Howe, truck fore me, this 3rd day of Apr-- hrs tractor . 26.00 1951. Walter PhilliPS, Itacke, dragging Justice of the Peace. 35.00 TOWN FUND : PUrcell. running Receip months 173.60 1950--- run- Mar. 28, Amount of funds and haul- hand at the commencement 32.00 the fiscal Faith, dragging 28th day 20.00 Aur. 24. Co. Clerk, rent Farms. for Town Hall, Primary 5.00 rock 127.00 Election Tractor & June 16. Raymond Downs, repairs on Co. Treas. taxes 1300.00 47.57 Nov. 4. Raymond Downs, .61 & Gravel CO. Treas., del. taxes Yds. gravel and 2'78.25 Raymond Downs, Co. 505.47 Treas., taxes R. Howe haul- County clerk, rent for and ovavel 55.00 Town Hall, election 10.00 Co.. 2 $3125.78 sets blades 87.82 Total Receipts Logan Co.. F.xpenditm 1950-- Drain- 41.81 Mar. 28, Otis G. Howe, Lumber clerk services and audit- 72,50 No. 57641 34.27 ing Highway Dept., Geo. Grathwohl, com. vdq. rock 28.80 meetings & overseeing 222.00 gchroth. roads bor 9.60 Earl Edwards, coal and 5.43 rathwohl, haul- haulin e ]urnbpr 8.00 Ira L. Howe, stove pipe, 8.12 glass and lalr bride 6.25 Illinois Office Sup. Co., 6.82 Purcell. run- supplies "tot 2 too. 69.60 D W. PhillipS, audistiur. 1.50 ,oa00 oi,  rnd . 60.00 visor servs 12.50 Oil Co.. f,0-aL in 69.66 31. Curry & Hathorn, 1.59 running windoW shad.es, ,., o 24.00 Apr. 4, Central .lu. r,. 6.30 h11ctrshot & Gas Co, lights nil rood 48.45 Ira I Howe, assessing 100.00 10, Ira L. Howe, moder- cul- 5.20 ator of Town Mtg. . 150 lhnr on 4, Albert Relterman, ro 4250 a rmn 27.50 & BHdge Treas. xe Mock, cul- I0. Chester C. Rager, Ins. 20.00 u, 5.20 on road bonds . Co. Grathwohl, July 25, H. J. Wible Print- and culvcrt in Co.. pub. SuPr'S- Re- 45.90 oorts 00pt. 5 0000thwehl, 150i % P '- rod overseeinff ro -'tin- hr;e 18..26 D.W. Phillips, sum g 1.50 wpli InP' t L. Howe, 11.00 G.  serv- ices The said Albert Reiterman, 1948 DHIA records, a cow produc- ing duly sworn, doth dePO se an, pounds of butterfat a say that the following slat, en ing 200 by him subscribed is a ( re year would earn only $89 above 34.40 statement of the amouBt o: m 4.11 hc funus on hand at the corn- - mencement of the fiscal year a- 3.20 bore stated, the amount of pub- lic funds received, and the sourc- 48"00 es from which received, and 68.00 the amount expended,, and pur: poses for which expenaed, as et 26.00 forth in said staremenz. Albert Reiterman. row champion at the i an county fair swine shoW August, this year. FOR BETTER AGRICULTURE, BETTER CONSERVATION AND A BETTER TOMORROW I. Emphasize the fu] importance of agriculture in economy of our nations. 2. Work for interdependence of rural and urban groups. 4. Encourage youth interest ln agriculture and conservation. :: 5. Support research and eduea- and conservation, and 6. Promote better safety tices in rural areas. Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We are Specialists in our line the same as your Doctor or Attorney in his line. Don't take a chance See that your Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING INC GNCY Insurance and Real Estate Broker Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski. Illinois DR. LOUIS W. LENZ AND DR. HERBERT F. LENZ PHONE 1062 EYES EXAMINED SIO BROADWAY . LINCOLN, ILL STATEMENT OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWN- SHIP RELIEF ACCOUNT FROM MARCH 1, 1950 TO MARCH Sl, 1951 Disbursements for Home Relief Food .............................................................. Fuel ............................................................. *- Clothing ........................................................ Medic Care ................................................ Hospalisation ................................... : .......... $..464.00 82.65 32.00 36.50 184.30 Total Aimnce ................ $ 799.45 Administration Costs $ 561.80 Total Diurment$ ...... $ 1,361.25 Cash on hand March :31, 1950 ........................ $21,475.02 206.62 Cash received from all sources ........................ $21,681.64 Lees Dibursement ........ 1,361.25 Balance cash on hand March 31, 1951.-: ......... $20,320.39 A. F. DILLSAVER, Supervisor Mt. Pulaski Township Subscribed and sworn to this .4th day of April, 1951.. B. W. Ely, Notary Public.