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THE MT. PULAI  MTo P ULASKL THU- \\; FEBRUARY IL OF ALL KINDS % A. F. LIPP 208 MT. PULASIK G. S. C0nnelly MI. Pulaski, Illinois Teleph0ne No. 991 answered promptly at any hour oftheday or night. $1 ii i i i / Lincoln, Illinois A. Balding, MD. Ear, Nose and Throat I Fitted Broken Lens Duplicated Iffice over Landauers Clothing store hones: Office 10 8; Res. 1681 ASPIRIN " At PENS REXALL DRUG r0RE VERY LA by Mary Marmlmll Here iJ the new  evening It is the sort of thing you at this time of the year v aid an accessory dinner or cket, but laWr on in the of the year it would an adequate outdood eve- tle wrap with its all-over may not fit into Four but if you do any you will doubt- ways of using r. be done on ehif- silk, crepe, ehitfo, other soft rnterial. on yoke, cuffs or eol- yau are working with a you do nt need to pattern for the shir- as the shirring may be done piece is cut out. In order best effects you should mark the material care- with, makin small taiFor&apos;s chalk along the you want the shirring g is done with fairly silk treaded double and be small and v- have finished one line leave the double thread the er. When of shirring corn- lay e shirred piece on your carefully adjust the the shirring is placed on linirAg take a blind and there to kp the **eee,* sm ooze el *eoeoloae,Del0tlllaloqHeBlllleOllO00000O ! t s Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mason of De,- Mr. Fred Benzinger, well known eatur were visiting friends iu Mt. eitizen of this city who has been in Pulaski Saturday. Mrs. Thomas Wallace left for Metal:his, Tenn., on Monday evenin to visit her husband.  Mrs. George Croll, Chicago is a house guest in the home of her par- envs Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Obermiller: John Dillsaver, Gustavus Stuart and Eugene Laugher] students at I1-i linois University, passed the week[ end with home folks. ---'- l Mrs. M. J. Myers and nephew Mor- / ris Myers returned home on Monday evening from Chicago following a few days visit with relatives. Fred Schuler, a former resident of this city but now living in Chicago has been here several das looking after city property interest. George Blout, student at Wesleyan 'University at Bloomingtnn was a week end visitor with his parents Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Blout. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Webster and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cloney, Spring- field were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fuhrer. Fred W. Held will hold a closing out sale at his residence southeast of Mt, Pulaski known as the Crane farm on Wednesday Feb. 24, 1932. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells, Miss Katie Keil, Miss Mildred Shoup and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jackson of Keno hey were Decatur visitors on Sat- urday. For Rent--Five room house, well and cistern, 3 blocks from square on North Marion Stt. Phone No. 105 F L. KERNS. Walter Beneina, Chicago visited from Friday until Sunday with hls father Fred Bearnger and aiflmm Mrs. W. F. Binder and Mrs. Roy Aylesworth. Among the Mt. Pulukians in De- catur on Saturday were Mr. and Mm. Paul Wessbecher, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wagner, Miss Anna Schafer and Albert Wessbecher. t Mrs. Francis Schmidt and daugh- ter Miss Mildred, Chlca@o, were week end visitors with relatives in Mt. Pulaski. They also visited rela- tives and former neighbors in Deca- tur. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church will serve a popu- lar priced dinner in the church base- ment on Wednesday Feb. 17. Serving will begin at II o'clock and every- body is invited, Mr. and Mrs . Earl Eminger, May- wood made a sort visit on Monday with his parentS .Mr. and  L Eminger. They hgd been in Maroa to attend the funeral of his uncle Frank Schenck. NAZARENE CHURCH SERVICES At Robert Alien's home Friday , ening Feb. 12 at 7:30. Every one is cordially invited to attend. For fur- ther ,information call Orrin Felts. Rev. Kelley, Pastor The This'n That club was enter- rained by Miss Florence Lacbenmyer in her home on Monday evening. During the evening 500 was indulged in at which the honors were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Morrell Deibert. Walter Wacaser and Miss Meta Clark were in Bloomington on Sat- urday t) visit the former's mother Mrs. Angeline Wacaser who has been l in the home of her daughter Mrs. R. Rigg. Mrs. Waeaser is reported as much improved. CARD OF THANKS We desire to express the utmo appreciation to relatives and frlend in our loss of beleved wife and mo- ther. Thank you one and all for your aid and sympathy. A. O. VONDERLIETII AND FAMILY. The Loyal Daughter's Society of Christian Church will meet Tuesday afternoon Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs. George Underhill with Mrs. Vivian Weller and Mrs. Fern Weller as assistant hostesses, Roll ear be nswered by same fact concern- inr Washington. poor health .for sometime passed a- way in his home on W. Cook St:, on Thursday afternoon, sometime after i o'clock. The obituary will be pub- ]ished next week in the Times. Jackie, the five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Scroggin li,ing south of the city was taken to St. Clara's hospital on Tuesday suffering with a very sore hand. The boy fell in the yard at home and struck a thorn which pierced the hand, caus- ing a painful wound. JITNEY SUPPER AT WALNUT GROVE SCHOOL On Friday evening Feb. 12th, serv- ing to start at 5 P. M., followed by a free entertainment later in the evening The Walnut Grove Community Club Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Manes en- tertained the members of the D. M. C. club at a 7 o'clock dinner on the occasion of their last regular meet- ing. Following the dinner, tables were placed fcr 500 at which the hon- or awards were made to Mr. an3 Mrs. D. J. Fuhrer, Robert Keck and Harold Tomlinson. The joint monthly social given by the Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges will be held in the lodge room on Fri- day evening Feb. 26. These parties are given for lodge members and thebr families, but at the coming par- ty each lodge member is privileged to invite one other guest. Because of the deaths on Sunday of Mrs. F. B. Snyder and Mrs. A. O: Vonderlieth, members of the Mr. Pn- laski unit of the W. C. T.U., the regular meeting including the Fran- ces E. Willard Memorial Tea, sched- uled for Tuesday afternoon Fel 9 has been indefinitely postnl. After a lapse of several months, a Silver Circle will be given in the basement of the Christian church on Thursday afternoon Feb. 18. The committee in charge promise an en- tertaining program including a play- let entitled, "Donated by the Ladies' Aid Society". Everybody will be cor- dially welcomed. A roof fire burned a hole of con- side'able size in the roof of the resi- dence of Frank Pease it Latham ear- ly Monday afternoon. A call sent to Mt. Pulaski was answered by Cldof O. W. Mayer, Charles Schultz, Fred Holmes and Walter Drbisch with the pumper engine but the bucket brigade had the fire out before they arrived in Latham. One of the pleasant church society meetings of the week was held on Tuesday evening, when Miss Noretta McVey entertained members of the Dorcas Guild of St. John's Lutheran church in the Anderson Tea room. The diversion of the evening wu Rook at four tables at which the hon- ors were won by Mrs. C. E. Hildreth land Miss Francis Vetter. The next Guild meeting will be held on Feb. ]23 in the home of Miss Viola Dro- i biseh. Democrat;c Caucus The Democratic Caucus of Laenna Township will be held in the village hall in Latham on February 25, from one to three o'clock p. m. the purpose of nominating road commis- sioner and justice of the peace. Those wishing their names on Pri- mary ballot notify me by Feb. 22. J. H. SALLEE, Committeeman. ANNOUNCEMENT APPLICATIO._N FILED Application has been filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission by the Illinois Central railroad for per- mission to discontinue train No. 525 and No. 518 between Clinton and St. Louis. Train No. 525 which arrives in Mr. Pulaski at 7:10 a. m. daily, brings he heaviest mail of the day, includ- ing Chicago, Springfield, Decatur and Bloomington dailies, besides the larg- I am a candidate for Road Commis- sioner at the Primary on Feb. 25, for Laenna Township. MARTIN GRATHWOHL. :o: ATTENDED FUNERAL IN MAROA Mrs. I. Emiver, Mrs. Ira Veail, Mrs. B. H. Keck, Mrs. Robert Trib- bett, Mrs. Emma Wol, Mrs. A. C. Kolp, daughter Miss Katherine and son Arthur were in Maroa on Mon- day afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. Eminger's brother-in-law, Frank Schenek who died on Satur- day Feb. 6. He was 77 years of age and was a life long resident of MaroL FuneraI services were held in the family hovne and were conducted by Rev. P. R. Coen, pastor of the Mar Presbyterian chuh and burial was in Ridge cemetery. est and most important mail of the WILL OCCUPY NEW HOME day. Removal of this train will be a bi: loss to the local mail service as Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fuhrer expect well as all of the to,ms along the - ......................................................... road. Train No. 518 arrives in Mt. '111 Pulaski at 1:33 a. m. DEMOCRATIC NOTICE The Democratic oarty of Mt. Pu- laski Township, Logan County, Illi- nois, will hold a convention on Sat- urday February 20, 1932 between the hours of 2 p. m. and 4 p. re:In the following precincts: No. 1---Sny- der's Carpenter Shop; No. 2--Office 1-2 block west of Myer Bros; No. 3 --Munyon's Barber Shop. To nomin- ate Commissioner of Highway and, Constable to fill vacancy for the an- nual election in April. A. F. DILLSAVER K. M. ANDERSON DR. DENNISON Committeemen. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce myself as can- didate for the office of Commission- er of Highways of Mt. Pulaski town- hip, Logan county, Illinois, subject to the Democratic primaries, from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. Saturday, Febru- ary 20, 1932. GEORGE SUEDMEIER --:O:-- ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce myself candi- date for Constable at the Demoati Primary in Mr. Pulaski on February 20, 1932. Your support will be ap- preciated. CHARLES E. SCHULTg Closing-out Sale I will have a closing-out sale at my residence known as the Crane Farm 7 miles south-east of Mt. Pu- lastd, 6 miles southwest of Latham, 8 miles north of Illiopolis, oa WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 19, commencing at 11 a. m., the follow- mg property: 7 HEAD OF HORSES One bay Team, smooth mouth, wt. 2700 Ibs.; one bay Mare, mouth, sound, vet. 1400 Ibs. One black Mare 8 yrs. old, wt. 1380 Ibs.; one Mack draft Mare, smoo mouth, sound, wt. 1700 lbs.; one bay road Horse, all purpose wt. 1200 Ibs.; one sorreU road Horse for saddle and driving, age 11 yrs. wt. 1100 Ibs. 2 MILK COWS I One roan Shorthorn milk cow, fresh, giving 2 to 3 gal. a day, age 8 yrs. One red Shorthorn cow will be fresh March 7, age 8 yrs. 24 HEADS OF HOGS 20 fall Shoats,_ Chester White, weighing from 40 to 80 lbs. All in good healthy condition, have been tested. 4 brood Sows, 3 pure bred Chester White sows will farrow around the 1st of March. 1 Duroc Jersey sow : will farrow March 3. FARMING IMPLEMENTS I Two almost new Peter-chutler wagons; 1 rack wagon, I Galloway manure spreader, 1 John Deere sweep rake, I storm buggy in good shape, 3 one row, shovel cultivators, two . usy Bee and one Ohio, 1 Emerson Mower 6 ft. almest new. 1 fourteen inch Cassady gang plow 3 bottom, Twin CRy tractor and plow, one McCormiek-Deering Primrose No. 3 Cream sevaratcr almost new, hog feeder, 1 big wagon box 26 in.; 80 rods of woven hog wire, almost new. 1 International corn planter, 2 two section Sattley harrows, 1 hog water tank with heater; other articles too rmmerous to mention. HARNESS, 4 sets or more work harness all in good shape, repaired and oiled; 1 set single driving har- ness. HAY AND STRAW250 kales, more or less of good oats straw in the barn, one stack of Soy Bean hay (3 tons) and 30 shocks of hay in the field. The hay is in good condition. Lunch will be served by L. A, A sociation of Latham. TE MS---CASH FRED W. HELD. Auct.B. H. Keck ClerkAlbert Reitermaa CashierB. R. Aitiso Attend the Mt. Pulaski Theatre on Sunday and Monday Feb. 14 and 15, ad see "Frankenstein." Price of nd.  ssion will be 10e  II0e. Mrs. Oscar Auer living southeast # move next week into their of the city entertained the members on North Vine street purchased of the Five Hundred club at a 7 o'- =nil from the Clark estate. The clock dinner on Saturday evening in dence has been completely the home of her father Henry Max- ele,t and mcternized. heimer, North Vine street. Following T:e V,lle pro:erty n North he dinner, tables were placed for ;z:.-et.e .reet which they are cards at w]ich the honors were dis- i::g, !as been rented to Mr. and tributed among Miss Amelia Bau- De:n Fc, ster who now live in mann, Mrs. J. W. Mann and Mrs. O. H,-k estate re.idenee on East E. Wagner. Mrs Mahlon Lucas will street. be the next club hostess. :o: SEE "FRANKENSTEIN" at the Pulaski Theatre ,:'n Sunday and :day, 14 and 15. OSCAR J. 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Have a sound st aetive li-er and stropg bowl muscle, that expel every bit o waste and every day! J u:s_t keep a  of Dr. Cdwells syrup pepsin on hand; take a stimulatin spoonful every now and then. Sec if you don t feel new vigor / y a. KR'OGER's NEW LOW PRICES Pink Salmon 3 Caps Blue Mill [ ' ' SLrd in pure 4 a'S25c Navy ans 6 Ibs 25C olive oil "  Country Club Catsup 2 bottles 25C RIce 6 lbs: 25c lqacar0ni " ' o, Spaghett00 5 29c Country Club Jewel Jell Powder pkg 5c Coffee 3 Ibs 53c Evaporated . Evaporated Peaches 2 ]bs 25c Apricots lb. 1 Bananas 19c i JeHo " 3 for 22c Flavors m " i Count ry Club Crackers 2 , 19c Gold Medal i Jumbo or Sliced Bread 1 lb. loaf , III Country Club Pork & Beans ,:an 5c Flour 24 48 lbs. 63c lbs. $1-215 --', t Roman Beauty Apples Sweet Potatoes i Country Club .... Iceberg Ibs. 19c ettuce head 5C l Campbell's Tomatoe 10 lbs. 29c SOltlp 3 cans 20C m i FLOUR '8 ,b,. 49c 89C lbs.