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100 Years Ago -1910 Mrs. A.E Reiterman of South Marion Street received two boxes of apples from her son, W. H. Reiterman of Soquel, Cal- ifornia. The apples were Yellow Newton Pipin and Langford Seedling, both fine flavored winter apples. J. B. Southard o'f Denver visited his niece, Mrs. A.W. Leslie of Mt. Pulaski. Mr. Southard served in the western army and was engaged in several Indian bat- tles. He helped capture Sitting Bull. As a young man, he purchased several town lots when Denver was only a trading post and is now well off financiaJly. The Mt. Pulaski Light and Power Co. has informed the Mt. Pulaski town council that that it will not turn on street lights on moonlight nights. The $2 per street light a month bill will be reduced accordingly. The Mt. Pulaski Light and Power Co. is negotiating to open a light and power company in Kenney.. Asa Thomas, 9-months, is the son of Hannah & Tad Blacketer of Wilmore, Kentucky. Grandparents are George & 'Cindy Clevenger of Mt. Pulaski [nd Carl & Wanda Blacketer of Pittsfield. Bill, Lisa, & Pearl Elizabeth Glaze. Clay tlliam, 2 1/2 and Eva Kathleen, 6 months, are the Children of Corey and Lisa Leonard of Mt Pulaski. Grandparents are Don and Donna Leonard and Lance and Donna Vaughan, all of Mt Pulaski. Great Grandparents are Imogene Leonard and Mildred Vaughan of Mt Pulaski and Harold Kutz of Elkhart. MERRY CI-[RISTMAS We know it gives us a lift to serve you. Many thanks00 Your Loyal Support... Hayes Auto Supply Mt. Pulaski Jacob, Callie, Julia, and Kori are the grandchildren of Lynn and Mike Lakin. 1 O0 Yea rs Ago - 1910 :Area farms produced an average of 50 bushels of corn per acre. John W. Mayer & Son announced they would no longer manufacture carriages. They had become distributors and dealers in'Studebaker carriages and wagons. Dr. W.H. Kirby of Chestnut was exclusive distributor of Dr. King's New Life Pills; the king of all "la-xatives". Dustin Curtis, 9, Lane Thomas, 6, and Alyson Kate, 2, are the children of Tommy and Heather Murphy of Mt Pulaski. Grandparents are Lance and Donna Vaughan, Greg and Diana Murphy, and Chad and Linda Radtke of Mount Pulaski. Great Grandparents are Mildred Vaughan of Mt Pulaski, Harold Kutz, and Dean and Bunnie Mileham of Elkhart. Happy Holidays  Best wisn,s for a happy holia ay season and a orosoerous New ear Rich Logan Vice President of Lend ing Dee Anderson Branch Manager i gllnois N mic We Make Banking Easy. Choose INB. 217-792-3216. toll free 877-771-2316 www.illinoisnatio nalbanlccom Member FDIC We ' re May Peace & Glad Tidings visit your home this holiday season. grateful for your patronage this year and look forward to serving you in 2011 C. C. Rager & Son., Inc. GrainCompany Latham