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Patoka Register (Newspaper) - April 3, 1936, Patoka, Illinois THE PATOKA, ILL., REGISTER, FRIDAY APRIL 3, 1936. BULK GARDEN SEED WEBSTERS Greenhouses Locust at 5th St. CENTRALIA, Phone 182 ILLINOIS FIELD’S BARBER SHOP Ladies Haircutting A Specialty —WEST SIDE— "Why Not Look Your Best” BUY YOURMONUMENTS FROM THE OLD CAPITOL MONUMENT WORKS Vandalia, Illinois Phone No. 292J 620 South 6th St. Wihen you think of Good Things to Eat—Think of theBYRD-WATSON DRUG CO. Luncheonette Hot and Cold Plate Lunches .......25c    and    35c Sandwiches — Salads Desserts Special Sunday Evening Dinners at Popular Prices. —One Trial Is All We Ask— CENTRALIA    ILLINOISCOX & MARTIN FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone Vernon 294 Patoka 50 “Service of Sincereity” The Beat in— FLORAL ART ROSS’ FLOWER SHOP Phone 200    211    S.    Locust    St. CENTRALIA, ILL. Phone 228 Neurocalometer & X-Ray Service G. H. LENSGRAF CHIROPRACTOR -■115 S. 5th St.    Vandalia,    111.Linton & Beery Funeral Directors Embalmers Day or Night Calls— —Ambulance Service Phone 58 Patoka, Illinois MONUMENTS C. S. HUDDLESTON Opposite Post Office Centralia, Illinois P. 0. Box 373 WRITE FOR FREE BOOKLET MAE EAGAN Auto end Property Insurance. Auto License Applied For Notary Work DR. R. C. McGUIRE Chiropractic Physician X-Ray and Fluoroacope Spinal and Nervous Diseases a Specialty. Hoffman Bldg.    Centralia The MorningAfterbking Carters Little Liver PillsWANT COLUMN i •  — - n . . . * -FOR SALE OR TRADE—5 room home and 6 lots and all out door buildings. Mrs. Nagel.    2tp FOR SALE—5 room house, 2 aeres, chicken house, fruit, edge of town. See Mae Eagan, at bank. FOR SALE—114 acres good land, well improved, on hard road 2 miles south of Shobonier. Joseph A. Zimmerman. FOR SALE OR TRADE—2 good 5.25x18 auto tires and tubes. Geo. Wickersham. FOR SALE—Moline gang plow. 0. F. Davis.    3tp FOR SALE—Model A Ford truck in good condition; hedge posts; gang plow; set of harness; and coal brooder. Harold Foltz. 3-tp FOfR SALE — Dunlap strawberry plants 50c hundred. Elmer Berry, Patoka, 111. R. 1. FOR RENT—120 acre farm. For information write Chester Belcher, Cooksville, 111.    3tp FOR SALE—Used furniture cheap. Gash or terms. Open Saturday only from 1 p. m. to 8 p .m. W. E. Meador, Mgr. WANTED—Plowing and discing, anytime, anywhere. Phone 179, Selby Binnion, Vernon, 111. FOR SALE—A team of work mules, T. C. Speer, Patoka, 111. 2tp 9x12 WOOL RUG $12.50 9x12 KITCHEN RUG $4.95 9x12 MOHAWK RUG $27.95 RAINES Centralia    Illinois Democratic Candidate for REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 23rd Dist. REWARD FAITHFUL SERVICE LAURENCE F.ARNOLD HAS A RECORD of accomplishments which merits his services in public life: He has helped restore the STATE'S CREDIT, and BALANCE THE BUDGET. As Chairman of the House Contingent Expense Committee, and a member of the Appropriations Committee, he has had a very important part in saving the taxpayers a million dollars per month, resulting in REDUCED TAXATION. He has been an ardent supporter of an increased distributive school fund, thereby placing the schools of Illinois in a good financial position, and permitting a lower local school levy, again result« ing in tax reductions. He worked and voted for old age pensions, and stood for as liberal a law as the State can pay. He helped increase blind and mothers pensions. A strong advocate of “farm-to-market” roads, he believes that the State and Federal Government should turn their attention more and more in that direction. DON'T ACCEPT PROMISES AS AGAINST ACCOMPLISHMENTS. REWARD FAITHFUL SERVICE Cast your vote (second on ballot) For Representative in Congress LAURENCE F. ARNOLD A N ïu ^ L„    "T    xi?.F A m THE HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Sandoval, 111., for the fiscal year endng Jan. 31, 1936. AbSifiTS Mortgage Loans ........$33250.00 Stock Loans ............ 550.00 j Interest $6230.78, Prem. I $540.71 Delinquent    . . .    6771.49 Installments Del.    Loan j Stock .............. 6587.00 1 Installments iDel.    Free Stock .............. 6281.00 Real Estate Owned............4082.00 Judgements .......... 368.06 Real Estate Sold on Contract .............. 556.69 Interest on R. E. Contracts Uncollected    ....    73.58 ; I Taxes and Insurance Advanced ............ 534.96 Accounts (Receivable    ....    148.42 Bills Receivable ........ 24-0.29 Cash ................ 1132.45 THE PATOKA REGISTER attiahed PFtéay at Patoka, Illinois alered u second claaa matter I* to peatefficc at Patoka. Illinois, nder Ac) Contres», Mar. 3, 187$ HAYES Order Hayes Pay Day Grade AA Chicks at $11..50 per 100 a 10-day livability guarantee or 15 extra chicks with each 100 ordered at time of delivery. Place your order now for the last of April and May delivering. Only a limited amount of chicks left. Dqn’t wait—ORDER NOW. Makomb Brooder Stoves & Poultry supplies for Sale BUYERS OF CREAM—POULTRY and EGGS Order by Phone    Phone 374S. W. HAYES HATCHERIES 235 South Locust St. CENTRALIA, ILLINOIS Patoka Farmers’ Co-operativeELEVATOR GEO. J. WASEM. Manager. PATOKA,    - ILLINOIS We have bought a crib of Yellow Corn from the north. Come in and look this Corn over. 1 good used 10-20 tractor on hand.We are getting a car of good white Oats 34c bu. out of car.Just received a shipment Black Seed Oats, per bushel...........43cFOR SALE—3 good horses. All kinds of Seed Potatoes. We are selling International Tractors and taking in livestock. Start your Chix with Corno All Mash. One set of dishes given away for farmer buying most Starting Mash in the month of April. $60575.94 LIABILITIES Installments Paid on Stock .............$11327.00 Installments Paid In Advance  .......... Installments Delinquent . Matured Stock ......... Reserve for Real Estate. . Reserve for Del. Int. & Prem............... Reserve for Unearned Profit on Real Estate Contracts ............. Contingent Fund ....... 2321.08 Dividends pay. to Mat. Stock .............. 386.09 Profits Divided ......... 4403.70 Profits Undivided ....... 1118.62 3.00 12868.00 20600.00 703.38 6771.49 73.58 $60575.94 RECEIPTS Cash at Beginning of year $    630.85 Installments .......... 4763.00 Matured Stock ......... 8400.00 Loan Repaid—R. E..... Loans Repaid—Stock ... Judgements .......... Real Est. Sold on Con tract ............. Taxes & Ins. Advanced. . Accounts Receivable ... Investments, H. 0. L. C. Bonds ............. 2325.00 Reserve for 'Real Estate. . Contingent Reserve ..... Interest on Loans....... Other Int. on Contracts, etc................ Premium's ............ Membership fees ....... Fines ................ Rents ............... 241.0-0 Profit on Sale of H. O. L. C................. Profits Reverting from withdrawals ........ 900.00 350.00 1.30 747.18 135.47 412.11 380.00 443.08 1194.58 45.19 99.44 1.50 3464.50 10.03 $19690.47 DISBURSEMENTS Stock Loans ...........$    10n’co Installments Withdrawn .    5599,53 Matured Stock ......... Real Estate ............ Taxes & Ins. Adv. ...... Bills Receivable ........ 42.50 I Cash ................ Profits Withdrawn ...... 1842.53 I plvidends on Mat. Stk....    534.51 Expense—General .....    145.90 Expense — Salaries .....300.00 Expense — Real Estate..    370.28 Profit & Loss—Cont. Fund    443.08 Profit & Loss—R. E. Reserve .............. 380.00 $19690.47 I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true coDy of report for year ending Jan. 31st 1935. H. H. BELTAMY. Secretary. EAST ZION Jamie Caldwell and family visited Sunday with Russell Caldwell. Lester Griffin purchased a second hand truck from the Burnett Motor Co. Elmer Frizzell and family visited Sunday with Frank Frizzell. Louie Bates and family visited Sunday evening with Jamie Caldwell. Edwin Natter has been suffering from a bad case of the mumps and has missed several days of school, i Ancil and Lyle Arnold, Charles and Pearl Berry returned to Patoka Sunday evening. M w [email protected] 'T^ack The CONDUCTOR COULD SEE, from her look of bewilderment as he handedher the telegram, that she was unused to traveling alone. It was a message from home. She must return at once. But how? The train back on the line she was using had already passed. Her anxiety vanished as the conductor explained.    * Half an hour later she stepped from the tiaiii, Tho station agent was waiting. Miles c i .. .ether line was a returning train. The agent took her in his automobile and saw her aboard. Than lie vured the family that she was safely on the way. 11 «HIS sort ol thing is all in a day's work with Illinois Cantral employes. They are more than skilled technicians, making trains run saiely and on time. They have a tradition of warm-hearted friendliness that distinguishes the service they render. PraddantILLINOIS CENTRAL ISYSTEH ;