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IPAGE FOUR THE MT. PULASK- TIMES. liT. P ULASKL THURSDAY JANUARY 14, 193+2 INSURANCE -,r;- OF ALL KINDS A. F. LIPP Phone268 iT. PULASK tUl Dr. ft. S. C0nnelly FII. Pulaski, Illinois mTelephone He+ 99 Calls answered promptly at any hour ofthe.day or night. N A. Balding, MD. Lincoln, Illinois Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Fitted Broken Lens Duplicated Office over Landauers Clothing store Phones: Office 10 8: Res. 1681 BUY BAYER'S ASPIRIN At PENS REXAIJ DRUG 8TORE R. IL OFFICIAL VISIT HERE J. H. Hevron, Gen. Supt, Northern lines, Chicago, J. W. Kerna, supt of the Springfield division, Clinton, C. F. Duggan, trainmaster, Clinton and other high ofletsls and mhfamtm, traveling in office car No. 5, spent about three hours in Mr. Pulaski on rarsday morning. Their ear was set off here by train No. 605 at 7:10 a. m, on the St. e and was attached to train No. 238 at 9:55 a. m. for PeorlL HOLD ELECTION The following offers and direc- tom were re-elected-at the annul ]mk held on Monday Jan. 11 and sday Jan 12, respectively: Farmers' Ba*nk--President, T. st. vice-presider/t, Ira Veail eltahier George A. Voile; assistant H. V. Wynd and E. A. Direetors--W. H. Bryeon. William F. Dittus, W. E. Birks, Harry Wells, Ira Veail, George A. Voile and T. A. Scroggin. First Nationzl Bank--President Robert Aitchison; vice president, R. ]3. Clark; cashier, George Rupp; assistant cashier, B. R. Aitchison. Directors: George E. Schahl, Ge. . Imeas, George F. Dittus, Charles rooker, George Rupp, Robert Ait- ehison, R. D. Clark, B. 1 Aitohison. CIRCULATING PETITIONS IN:)R COUNTY OFFICES Candidates for county offices are coming to life with ptitions of se- veral being circulated among the vo- ters of the county. Alvin Ahrens on Monday of this week began circulating his petition U a sndHate for corona, on M dwmoeratic ticket in the spring pri- . F C. {3off, whose term ex- pi this year took out a petition blank last week as a republican esndidate to succeed himself as cot: + oler. $ohn R, Parker on Tuesday took petition as a democratic candi- for ch'cuit clerk, the first'dem- circulate for that office. t clerk Vincent Jones, republi- can, has signified his intention to a- gain be a candidate. There seems every likelyhood that C. Everette Smith would circulate a petition as a demoexatie candidate for state's attorney. R. R. Hum. lrey, present state's attorney is ex- pected to run for re-nomination. Edward J. Tobin, republican and Heitman, democrat will run surveyor. The county collcctr cannot extend time beyond February 20 for + townip tax collectors to turn ta the bvoks, according to an opinion , rney General Oscar g. Carla- set elw emee jeeel eooeooooeoeeouoogouggiooo - - -olmooomoo4n : L T ' . ,,:', ._ ! + LNeV00 . l lllllql 11111411 ii ii IIIIIIIiiiiiiiiiiii i ii I II I I IIIIIIII llllllllt,+ - + I I III I I I I I t * I " I I I Mm and Mrs. Walter A. Schafer Mrs. A. F. Dillsaver and Mrs. F. and Miss Anna Schafer were Deca- J. Roth were in Peoria recently to tur visitors on Monday. visit their sister Mrs. T. E. Duff Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hagenbach transacted business in Chicago the fore part of this week. For Rent.--6 room house, psntry, store room and garage, on North Garden street. Phone 105. Z. L. KERIS F. A. Penniman left Wednesday evening for New Orlegns to visit his father who is in poor health. IETHABER'S SHOE SALE Closes Saturday Jan. 16th. Supply your Footwear needs at a saving. Also Hosiery. RETHABER'S SHOE STORE illinois Lincoln Mr. and Mrs.--. A. Schwoerex and sons William, Jr., and Louis, were Springfield visitors a few da ago. Miss Louise Walsh, Alexander is a house guest in the home of her bro- ther Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walsh, E. Cook street. George J. Smith passed the fore part of this week in Chicago on a business mission. He was aecomlmn- fed by Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Elizabeth Bekemeyer left Wednesday morning for La Plata, Mo., o visit for two weeks with her daughter Mrs. Charles Grifli A daughter was born on Wednes- day Dec. 30, 1931 to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Coats of Lake Fork. The baby has been named Lois Ellen. HABEIS SHOE SALE Closes Saturday Jan. 16th. Supply your Footwear needs at a saving. Also Hosiery. RETHABER'S SHOE STORE Lincoln Illinois l who is a patient in the Methodist hospital. She recently underwent an operation on her knee, but is able to pass part of the time in a wheel chair. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a card party in the Legion rooms on Monday evening Jan. 18. This will be the fourth of a series given this winter. Tables will be placed for Bridge, Pinochle and 500 and they will also psent a door prise. Mrs. T. W. Moore who had been a medical patient in St. Clara's hos- pital for the past ten day:s, was brought home on Monday. She is much improved but still confined to her home. Her daughter Mrs. Percy Ely, Chicago, arrived Saturday, for a visit. The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church will serve a dinner in the church basement on Wednes- day Jan. 20, to which the public gen- erally, is invited. Serving will begin at 11 o'clock. These dinners are served monthly at a price that all can afford. Miss Amanda Brennan, well known Logan County school teacher, was a week end visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Hahn. Mrs. C. W. Upp returned home Wednesday morning from Decatur following a visit of several days with Mrs. Frank Bobb an old school mate. The regular monthly meeting of the Mt. Pulaski chapter of the W. C. T. U. was held on Tueeday afternoon in the home of the county president, Mrs. Win. N. King, West Cook St. The Gleaners Class of St. John's Lutheran church was entertained on Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Chris Weller, North Vine St. The customary diversions were enjoyed by the members. Miss Carolyn Snyder who has a teaching position at Western Springs in Cook county left a few days ago to resume her duties. She has been taking a forced vacation, due to the low condition of the Cook County treasury. -WHARER SHOE SALE Closes Saturday Jan. 16th. Supply your Footwear needs at a saving. Also Hosiery. RETHABER'S SHOE STORE Lincoln Illinois Mrs. F. A. Penniman entertained on Wednesday evening. The even- ing's honors were won by Mrs. C. E. members of the Five Hundred club Glose, Mrs. W. A. Schafer and Miss Anna Roth. Mrs. Glose will be the next hostess. Mrs. Charles Schmitz entertained the members of the Twentieth Cen- tury club on Thursday afternoon in the Anderson Tea Room. Four tables were placed for 500 at which the honors were won by Mrs. Alma Reinders, Mrs. Geo. Suedmeier and Mrs. C. G. Hughes. Delicious re- freshments were served at the con- clusion of plhy. Mrs. M. J. Kautz will be the next hostess. Bad roads and a rainy day kept many members away from the monthly meeting of the D. W. Y. W. club which was held in the country home of Mrs. Ernest Hild. south of this city. Those who attended the meeting passed a pleasant afternoon with a social hour and contests that were won by Mrs. Clarence Bowers and Mrs. Charles Stopher. Mrs. Fred Hild will entertain the club members in her home on Feb. 9. Logan county farmers have bor- rowed approximately $15,000 on a- bout 75,000 bushels of their 1951 corn crop under the provisions of the warehouse act. Forty applications have been acted on by County Sealer L. R. Welk with the approval of the county committee. RETHABER'S SHOE SALE Closes Saturday Jan. 16th. Supply your Footwear needs at a saving. Also Hosiery. RETHABER'S SHOE STORE Lincoln Illinois An interesting program on "Illi- nois Writers" is being prepared by Mrs. P. E. Beidler, chaivrnan, for the meeting of the Literary unit of the Mt. Pulaski Woman's club. This NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS You are hereby notified that the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Tomlinson Siding Farmers Co- operative Company wilt be held in the City Hall in the City of Mt. Pu- laski. Ill.. at 2 o'clock p. m. on Sat- urday, January 16, 1932 for the pur- pose of electing directors and the tran-action of other proper business. CHRIS BECK, Sec. :0, ,+- A delightful meeting of the Dor- cas Guild of St. John's Lutheran church as held on Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Theodore Zim- mermann. At the conclusion of the business meeting, five tables were placed for Rook at which the hon- ors were awarded to +Mrs. Frank Talmage, Mrs. C. F_ Glose, Mrs. J. W. Mann and Miss Florence Wag- ner, Mrs. Dwight Bailey will be the next hostess. _:o:_ 8(d00eNc00 __-' ___ rl Following established custom, Gov BUY YOUR ernor and Mrs. Louis L. Emmerson held a public reception at the execu- At tire mansion on New Year's day. In the receiving le t Governor PENS REXALL and Mrs. Emmerson were other elec- DRUG ted state officials and their wives. 510 Broadway OSCAR J. LENZ Lincoln's Leadlng Optometri and Manufacturing Opflcn Phone 1062 wiSe=t/miltoLewi A NEW SERVICE given by the Illinois State Society at Washington, at its first meeting in the new year on January 21. All the representatives from Illinois and their wives will he in the receiving line. Phillip Hayward, 12 years old, won the State Spelling Contest held in connection with the annual meeting of the Illinois State Teachers' asso- ciation on December 28. He lives in Kewanee. Second place was won by George Durako, Riverton, and third place went to Robilee Kimbro, Du- quoin. Governor Louis L. Emmerson cele- brated his 68th birthday on Decem- ber 27. The day was spent with his children and grandchildren at the ex-- ecutive mansion. David R. Forgan, Chicago banker and famed author on financial sub- jects died at his home in Evanston, December 26. Director Andy Hall, of the Illinois department of public health, has an- nounced that during 1931, 109,000 meeting will be held at 7:30 o'clock lbhildren were immunized against on Friday Jan. 22, in the home of l diphtheria- Antitoxin sufficient to Mrs. E. O. Mayer.  treat more than 5000 cases of diph- theria was distributed by the de- The This'n That club members !partment" were entertained on Wednesday ev- ening by Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Schaf-I Barney Cohen. director of the de- fenacker, West Cook street. High' partment of labor, has announced score honors were awarded to Mrs. that the free employment offices Henry Kautz, Jr., and Burdeli My- conducted in Chicago and in fifteen rick. Miss Florence Lachenmyer will down-states cities, succeeded during entertain the club member on the 1931 in placing 95,389 at work. The occasion of their next meeting. Charles Schultz has purchased from Mrs. Harry Wells the bunga- low on the northwest corner of block 39, corner Vine and Wayne streets. He bought the property for a home and plans to move this week. The cottage that the Schultz family are vacating on South Vine stet, has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Bailey. EWHAIERS SHOE SALE Closes Saturday Jan. 16th. Supply your Footwear needs at a saving. Also Hosiery. RETHABER'S SHOE STORE Lincoln -" Illinois i Mr. Pulaski relatives have receiv- ed announcements of the marriage of Miss Mildred Bartels to Thomas Beaty which occurred on Christmas Day. They were married in the parsonage of a Methodist church. Mrs. Beaty is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barrels who now live in the French's chapel neighborhood. She has been in Detroit for several years. The newly weds ,plan to make their home in Detroit. free employment branch of the de- partment, in spite of the increase de- mands upon its facilities,, operated at a saving of more than $6,000. AT YOUR SEAR'S STORE BATTERIES CHARGED! Bring n y= ur Sear's Battery or Ansone Else. Will recharge it for you  t Small Expen=e 666 + 666 Liquid or Tablets lined iflrm and 666 Salve externally, make a complete and effective treatment fer Colds. : $5,000 IN CASH PRIZi ! Ask Yoer Druggist for Partimm BAYER ASPIRIN is always Among the out of town relatives and friends who were here on Mon- day to attend the funeral of Mrs. A. E. Kapper were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bruder and family, Mrs. Margaret Spiezel, Carl Spiezel, Mrs. Louise Broski, Miss Nettle Finch, Miss An- na Stacy, Fred Hahn, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Steber, Olney; Edward Blank, Peoria; Martin, and Sylves- ter Blank, and Samuel and Clem Kapper, Springtown; Peter Blank, Wendelin+ R-ETHABERPS SHO SALE Closes Saturday Jan. 16th. 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