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e r 9, 1 ! kA E: ! Clarence Bow rs Holds Reins of a Racer i 40, North Vine street, died in san- B166 CIIRIS RUSH ived fUIV|I&apos;- ................. . itarium in DeKalb, Illinois. IN POSTOFFICE FOR YEAR8 " 19---Doris E. Wachter, IaLham, a ward(Continued from Page 1) the chur" esday Sherman Peters, 74, of [. S. mecle Fork, died in St. clara's hos- day. L Lincoln. the sial---Mrs. Anna Zoffer %Vest, 68, ve of Mount Pulaski, found ew car [ in a chair at her home in ?ia. MEN LIL th of B--Roy James Doty, 60, drop- s SchWdead at his lme five miles 1-A cla of Mount Pulaski. n numbc/--Albert Johnson, 70, Chestnut, immediat, in Deaconess hospital, Lin- ral servlt lective %Villiam Neal, Negro, 65, lo- tturday dIllinois Central railroad work- be incl . _ _.nied in St. Clara's hospital Los. y. Ott d ore. and w Mr' and Mrs. W'alter W. the call eimer, living west of city, rvin H ed 25 years. .; Alon-Junior "Woman's Club held t; Tho meeting of club season. --Miss Adeline Stoll, daughter tr. and Mrs. Fred W. Stoll of y Keil, tnut vicinity, married Henry the citder of St. Louis, Mo. Miss ]gA-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guntern i ried 50 ,,ears. Illinois Central track men kn laying six miles of new 112- t On a recent trip down south Clarence Bowers had the thrill of "f!;rflnq" with one of those Kentucky thorouqhbred racers that male hisfor.. ford Scroggin elected president. ll--Miss Ruth Earlene Tendick married Franklin Davis of Ken- ney. 12---New flagpole dedicated at Latham community high school. 14---Heavy rain and wind storm struck community doing consider- able damage o trees and small buildings. and eme t'S" tonics i=l through Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt, e Fork, observed 49th, wed-I anniversary. ! [--Mrs. Adelia Mason Curtis, born in Mount Pulaski, died in atur. B -- Fire destroyed Walter ilinson farm home three miles of city. --Woman's Club held final ting of club season. -Daughter born to Mr. and i. CleU Scrcgin. --David Scofield, 65, died in ham home. Was community school janitor. L--Alfred Wilson, 46, of Chest- i dropped dead in Mount Pulas- 25Miss Mary Leda House- worth, Mason City, and Charles F. W'agner, Mount Pulaski, were married in Fort Madison, Iowa. 25--Mr. and Mrs. John M. Roth- well married 40 years. 25--Son born to Mr. and Mrs. i LaVerne CTeager. .MAY 14William Mann, 82, former Mount Pulaski business man, died in Chicago. 15--Leonard B. Scroggin of Har- risburg, Arkansas, Edwin Felts and John H. Clendenen, members of Mount Pulaski Lodge No. 87, A. F. & A. M., received fifty year jewels in ceremonies in Masonic hall. 17John L. Lassen, Jr., 17, for- merly of Mount Pulaski, died in New castle, Indiana, from injuries received in auto accident. 18--Mrs. Helen Beidier Humble, 1--Mrs. Elizabeth, Joan Bau- mann, 83, died in her home on South Lafayette street. 2--John Franklin Anstine, 67, North Washington street, died in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. 4--Everett H. Harrison, Chica- go, formerly of Mount Pulaski, married Dorothy L. Benz of Deer- field. 6---Mrs. George Stoll, Sr., 86, died at home on North, Scott street. 6---Mayor C. L. Frazier resign- ed after serving since 1935. Wil- liam F. Binder elected new mayor by city council to fill unexpired term. 6--Mrs. Luke Owens, 69, of But- and Thomas W. Isreal, Armington, married in her home. 22--Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Silkey, former Mount Pulaskians, observed 57th wedding anniver- sary at hone in Decatur. 23--Chestnut high school held commencement exercises. 24--Senior Class Night at town- ship high school. 24--Commencement exercises at Latham community high school. 24--rade school closed with May Day exercises and program. 25---Michael M. Elliott, 78, for- mer resident, died at his home in Latham. 26--Baccalaureate services at township high school 27--Mrs. Augusta Rupp, 82, died in her home on North Vine street. 28--Grade school commence- ment exercises held. 28---Miss Imogene Combs and John England married in Palmy- ra, Missouri. 29--Ezra Dean, 84, who lived six miles west of Mount Pulaski, died in St. John's hospital, Springfield. 29--Mrs. Bertha Day, 64, widow of H. C. Day, formerly of Corn- land, died in Decatur. 30--Annual Memorial Day ob- servance, with program in Mount Pulaski cemetery park. i 39--About 2,000 attended Open House Night in township high school gymnasium. 30--Ralph Downing of Chero- kee, Iowa, formerly of Mount Pu- laski, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing, killed in motor boat explosion on Leech Lake in Minnesota. 31--Mount Pulaski township high school commencement, 33 graduating. Walter D. Wacaser, postnmater, in answer to an inquiry aou the Christmas business in local post- office, said the volume was much larger than for several years, and on Monday, Dec. 23, it required two carriers to make the deliv- eries about the city. For the last quarter of 1940 the businea was fay in excess of the same period in 1939. George McAfee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester McA.fee of Lake Fork vicinity, went to the Deaconeu hospital in Lincoln Tuesday to un- dergo a surgical operation. Epidemic of Cold Symptoms 666 Liquid or 666 Tablets with Salve or 666 Nose Drops generally relieves cold synptoms the flrxt day. Adv. yo Relieve _  00v00666 UQWD, tuSLETS. SAJ.VE, liO 0111 "$I.00 to $3.00 PAID FOR DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" (exact price depending on size and condition) We Also Pay for Dead Hjs Renderin9 & Fedilizer Company Lincoln, IIl|no|$ Phone: Lincoln $116 md falo, formerly of Lake Fork vic- inity, died in Springfield hospital. 7--Daniel Oscar Clark, born near Chestnut, died at home in Des Moines, Iowa. 7--Mrs. Mary Olive Bryson, 70, Cornland, died in St. Clara's hos- Subway on Route 121 un- Illinois Central tracks, damag- y fire. fl--Dr. Fred V. Reinders was ;ted chairman of the Logan nty Republican central com- ee. :_ pital, Lincoln. 2--Newton Baker, 67, former 7--Mount Pulaski Library ub |dent, died in Decatur. closed 1939-40 season. Mrs.. WiN BL[C'00 SAL Th '500000  L e undersigned wlll sell at Public Auction at his residence,  ted 4 miles Southwest of Beason, 4 miles Northwest of Chestnut, i0',385 16 vrn as the Rentschler Farm, on 00EDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1941 H 00P.V E YOUR SAIl BillS' and 6,636.  beginning at 11 a. m., the following described property, to-wit: :i 5 -- HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES -- 5 0,000.00  1 bay h<r, weight 1600 lbe- 1 black horse, weight 1650 lbs.; 1 0,000.00 r mules, mare and horse, weight 2450 Ibs. 8,538.35 5,342.29 tmT: above mentioned animals have some age but are'good work 0,3400 tm s. weanung draft colt -- HEAD OF SHEEP -- 3l Printed By The, Consisting of 30 ewes and I buck. moo.oo FARM IMPLEMENTS 1.0.75 2 farm wagons with deck box; 1 Schroeder grain dump with 40-ft. 8,66.39 ator; one 14-in. gang plow; one 12-in. gang plow; one 10-ft. le disk; one single row cultivator; one 2-row cultivator; two at, do ection harrows; one low doom oats seeder with grass seeder at- le best ed; one storm buggy; spring wagon; 1.500 chick brooder; 1 long T|MES NEWS naoDts ; 3 sets double work harness; 1 set single harness; some extra I shown |ars and halters; doubletrees; 1 coal heater. , State SOME HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES and other items too numerous nention. |E] ; OME BALED TIMOTHY HAY. TERMS OF SALE--Cash on day of sale. No property to be moved @4 tol til settled for. LUNCH SERVED BY LADIES OF HARMONY CHURCH. A D V E II 11 SIN G' M()UNT PULASKI CHARLES SCHMITT, Owner "It Reaches the Farmer" KECK, Auctioneer. CLEM GARTON, Clerk. C. P. KEYS, Cashier.