TOLUCA STAR-HERALD, TOLUCA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1929


NOTICE OF ELECTION

Notice is hereby given that at the regular election to be held in and for the City of Toluca, Marshall County, Illinois, on the 16th day of April 1929 there be and there is hereby submitted to the voters of said City, for their approval, the following ordinance: --

ORDINANCE NO. 3

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF $19,000 FUNDING BONDS FOR THE CITY OF TOLUCA, MARSHALL COUNTY ILLINOIS AND PROVIDING FOR TEH COLLECTION OF A DIRECT ANNUAL TAX FOR THE PAYMENT OF PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON SAID BONDS.

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WHEREAS, judgments have been entered against the City of Toluca, Marshall County, Illinois, on account of public benefits for various local improvements and for other valid and binding obligations in an amount in excess of Nineteen Thousand Dollars ($19,000) and

WHEREAS,  it is for the best interests of the City of Toluca, if said judgments are paid at this time and the City borrows money and issues its bonds therefore; and

WHEREAS,  it has been found that all of said judgments heretofore entered are valid and binding obligations of said City, and

WHEREAS,  this City does not have sufficient funds to pay said judgments at this time and it is necessary and for the best interests of the City that it borrow the sum of Nineteen Thousand Dollars ($19,000) for that purpose and issue its bonds therefore;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TOLUCA, MARSHALL COUNTY, ILLINOIS, as follows

Section 1. That there be borrowed by and for and on behalf of the City of Toluca, Marshall County, Illinois, the sum of Nineteen Thousand Dollars ($19,000) for the purpose of paying judgments which have been entered against the City on account of public benefits for various local improvements and for other valid and binding obligations. That to evidence said loan, negotiable coupon bonds of said City be issued; that said bonds shall be designated "Funding Bonds" be 23 in number, numbered from 1 to 23 inclusive, be of the denomination of $1,000 and $500, be dated May 1, 1929, and become due and payable in numerical order as follows:

$1000 August 1, 1930; $500.00 August 1, 1930; $1000 August 1, 1931; $500.00 August 1, 1931; $1000 August 1, 1932; $500.00 August 1, 1932; $1000 August 1, 1933; $500.00 August 1, 1933; $1000 August 1, 1934; $500.00 August 1, 1934; $1000 August 1, 1935; $500.00 August 1, 1935; $1000 August 1, 1936; $500.00 August 1, 1936; $1000 August 1, 1937; $500.00 August 1, 1937; $1000 August 1, 1938; $1000 August 1, 1939; $1000 August 1, 1940; $1000 August 1, 1941; $1000 August 1, 1942; $1000 August 1, 1943; $1000 August 1, 1944;

and bear interest at the rate of five and one-half percent (5 1/2%) per annum, payable August 1, 1930, and semiannually thereafter on the 1st days of February and August in each year, with interest payments, to the date of maturity of the principal shall be evidence by proper interest coupons attached to each bond and maturing on the date herein provided, and both principal and interest shall be payable in lawful money of the United States of America at the Continental National Bank & Trust Company of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; the seal of said City shall be affixed to each of said bonds, and said bonds shall be signed by the Mayor and attested by the City Clerk. ...................


Toluca Star-Herald
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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1929

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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

--Mr. and Mrs. William Holz and family were Peoria callers Monday.
--Miss Anna Buban entertained the "500" club at her home Monday evening. Four tables were in play with Mrs. P. J. Gabrick holding high honors and Miss Lillie Laffins low. A dainty collation was served by the hostess, after which all departed to meet next week with Mrs. Wm. McCall.
--Maurice and Ubaldo Cicciarrelli and sister Miss Mary were La Salle callers Sunday.
--Miss Leona Sabatina and friend of La Salle spent Tuesday here with their friends.
--Mr. and Mrs. Wm Jauch were in Streator Sunday.
--Mr. and Mrs. George Earwake and George Russell of Chicago were Sunday guests at W. E. Jauch's.
--Mr. and Mrs. G. Wenzloff and daughter Leola, were Streator callers on Sunday.
--Robert Schumacher and Miss Helen Stensel were WEnona callers on Sunday.
--Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schwiderski and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwiderski were El Paso visitors Monday evening.
--Misses Mabel Schwiderski and Gertrude Haugens were Streator callers Monday afternoon.
--Misses Edith Bernardi and Hilda Leonelli and Floyd Robinson were in La Salle Sunday afternoon and evening.
--Sheriff I. L. Davis and "Packy" Barnes were business callers in this city, Tuesday morning.


LUTHERAN CHURCH NOTES

Next Friday evening at 7:30 we will observe our usual Lenten service. Our topic is based on Luke 23, 4-12, Herod the Religious Novelty Seeker. The offering will be used to help pay for our pipe organ; still we need $43 to raise the first installment. Next Sunday's sermon topic is "the Burial of the Lord."

German Service -- 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
English Service, 10:45 a.m.

C. F. HAFERMANN, Pastor.


BAKE SALE AT CITIZENS BANK

The Ladies Aid of the Lutheran church wishes to announce a bake sale to be given March 30th, at the Citizen's National Bank. Please note that March 30th is the day before Easter. Why not let us help you furnish your Easter Sunday menu? Your patronage will be appreciated.
Lutheran Ladies Aid - Mrs. H. McKasky, President

Public Sale!


To be held at Evans Station Illinois, on

SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1929
commencing at 10 A. M.

30 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES

18 EWES WITH LAMBS

25 HEAD OF CATTLE

consisting of some good milch cows and stock cattle.

15 HEAD OF BROOD SOWS

NEW AND USED MACHINERY

Will sell some new machinery, also some used machinery, consisting of 2-row Tower, 2-row P. & O. Cultivator, Truck Wagon, Hay Rack, Seeder, 9-ft. Disc, and a lot of other articles.

TERMS OF SALE

All sums of $20.00 and under, CASH; over $20.00 a credit of 3, 6, or 9 months will be given with bankable note, 2 percent discount for cash.

ED. HAUGENS

Auctioneers: J. J. Mohan, Geo. Borgstede.
CLERK: J. WHITNEY

GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDE OR BRUNETTE PROVIDING THEY HAVE A

EUGENE

Permanent Wave

For that reason it behooves us modern feminies to look to the care of our own wheat blonde or raven black hair - which ever the case may may be. Smart alluring subtly waves are the kind you have when you get a Eugene wave. Besides Permanent waves this shop does every kind of Beauty work, and for genuine satisfaction pone us for appointment.

Theresa M. Gerth

Call Telephone 182M      TOLUCA, ILLINOIS


CARD OF THANKS TO SCHOOL FRIENDS

I wish to tank my dear teacher, Miss Whitton, and all my school mates at the Science Hall School, for all the beautiful flowers, letters and birthday cards, they sent me during my recent stay at th hospital.

TEDDY HAHN.


Sheriff's Sale

By virtue of an execution issued out of the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Marshall County, and State of Illinois, and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to make the amount of $755.80 certain judgment recently obtained against H. W. Butcher and Luella Butcher in favor of the Rutland Farmers Grain & Supply Company, a corporation, our of the Lands, Goods and Chattels of the said H. M. Butcher and Luella Butcher, I have levied on the following described property, to-wit:

The East Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty-Six (26) Township Twenty-nine (29) Range One (1) East of the Third Principal Meridian in Bennington Township, Marshall County, Illinois.

Therefore, according to said command, I shall expose for sale at public auction for cash all the right, title and interest of the above named H. M. Butcher and Luella Butcher, respectively, in and to the above described property, at 2 o'clock P.M., on Saturday the 13th day of April, 1929, at the West Front Door of the Court House in Lacon.

Dated at Lacon, Illinois, this 18th day of March 1929.

I. L. DAVIS,

Sheriff of Marshall County


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