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FOIm MBE i ii n ,, i i __B.. ft. S. C0nnelly HI. Pulaski, Illinois eITOlel)h0e Ho. t?.alls answered promptly at any L iouooooe ee e, ooooo oa,ooeeoooogomooogSL : ][,e"qtdP"L/&apos;,] -- " " '/'  : : [ OF ALL KINDS .................................... - " "'" .... """ ............... "" "'""" : Mr.,and Mrs. H. V. Wynd were The Bridge club met on Wednes- LIPP M00day 00sito00 in 00rin00e00d in the home of A. F. _,----,--- B.R. Aitchison, North Lafayette sL  Mi Doris Fulton visited over Mrs. Dean Foster was awarded high SeT. pU,ASar ".the week end with Miss Glady De- honors and the consolation prize was frees in Lincoln. awarded to Mrs. Frank Talmage. The third prizs was won by Mrs. E. William Shillingsberg, Greenwich C. Clear. Piers, N. J., was a business visitor ------- in Mt. Pulaski on Friday. Donald Snyder who was called --.--.---. here because of the eriotm iUneea F- L Kern ia attendi a stock- and death of his mother Mrs. F. B. holders meeting of the Tax Security Snyder, left on Saturday for Man- Copration in Chicago this week. asha, Wi, where he is at present located. His sister Miss Carolyn left Miss Lois Cclami returned hcm on unday to remuue her teachi on Sunday morning following a duties at Western Springs. week's visit in Spridield with xla- -=----=-- ves. Mrs. Floyd E. Downing, Nort La- ------'-" fayette street entertained m Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fryer, Chicago of the MuGams club on Wednesday were Sunday visitors with his moth- afternoon. The entertainment ws er Mrs. Mary Fryer and other rela- 500 with the honors going to Mrs. tires, i Hazel Beckers and Mrs. O. E. Mar- tin. Mrs. Bookers will be the hostess The Ladies' Aid Society of Ziolt at the next regular meeting. Lutheran church will meet Thuradal Feb. 25 at the home of Mrs. John H. Henry Vonderlieth wbo was called Tendick. here because of the death of his ------'--" mother Mrs. A. O. Vonderlieth, left Fred Lanterman, manager of the on Friday noon for his home in Logan-Mason Farm Supply Co., tran New York City. His brothers Walter sscted business in Mt. Pulaski Ohio f New York City and Julius and Wednesday. t wife of Cleveland returned to their ---------- !homes earlier in the week. hour ofthedaT or night. A. Balding, MD. IAncoln, Illinois FAr, Nm ad Throat Fitted Lens Duplicated over Landauers Clothing stoce Office 10 8; Res. 1681 i i i BAYER'S AaPmIN : At ;REXALL DRUG ffrolm Sale will have a closing-out aale at known as the Crane miles eouth-mst of Mt Pu- 6 miles southwest of Lathem, north of Illiopoli2t, on FEBRUARY 24, 19 at 11 a. m, the follow- 7 HEAD OF HORSES r Team, smooth mouth, wt. one bay Mare, mmoth sound, wt. 1400 Ibs. One 8 r. old, wt. 1380 Ibs.; draft Mare, smooth mouth 1700 .rbs.; one bay road purpose wt. 1200 lbs.; one Horse for saddle and II yrs. w. II00 Ibs. 2 MILK COWS roan Shorthorn milk cow, 2"% to 3 gal. a day, age Shorthorn cow will be March 7, age 8 yrs. 24 DS OF HOGS Shoats,_ Chester White, from 40 to 80 Ibs. All in condition, have been Sows. 3 pure bred Chester sows will farrow around the of March. 1 Duroc Jersey sow March 3. FARMING IMPLEMENTS almost new Peterchutler 1 rack wagon, 1 Galloway Deere sweep storm buggy in good shape, shoel cultivators, two and one Ohio, 1 Emerson a|mst new, 1 fourteen gang :p4ow 3 bottom, tractor and plow, one No. 3 almost new, hog wagvn ox 26 in.; 80 hog wire, almost new. corn Planter, 2 two 8attley harrows, 1 ho water heater; other articles too to mention. 4 sets or more work god shape, repaired oiled; I set sinrle driving hat-- AND STRAW250 bales, or less of good oats straw In one stack of Soy Bean and 30 shocks of Bean the field. The hay is in good be served by L. A. A Latham. TERMg--CASH FRED W. HELD. H. geck ClerkAbert ReltermaJt Cashler8. R. AitehJson the Mt. Pulaski Time Only $L00 pet Year Mr. and Mrs. George F. Sclutxer were in Decatur on Sunday to visit sister and family Mr. and Mrs. [ his Frank Arnold. ,. 't Miss Nina Wynd who teaches in the Atwood High school passed the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Wynd. Stanley Gabhart from Arthur, IlL, has started a creamery for Sw's & Co., in the Zah building next door to the news-stand. Mrs. Jessie Turley and daughter Helen, Springfield were week end vis- itors in te home of her .lmrents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahm Mrs. Cal Lipp visited in Clinton from Thursday until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams who formerly lived in this dry. Miss NoveUa McKinney, Le Ro arrived Sunday for a week's visit with her sister Miss Lorena who makes her home with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster. Mr. and Mrs. William Fultz left Tuesday evenin for Olney where Mrs. Fultz will enter a hospital for care and treatment. She has been ailing for several months. Miss Charlotte Millard and Miss Noretta McVey isited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mason of Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ma- son of Homer also visited the Mason family. Mrs. Gordon West submitted to a major operatio in St. Mary's hospi- tal in Decatur on Wednesday morn- irtg. Her mother Mrs. Paul Rentshler visited her that eening and reports the patient getting along nicely. Mrs. Florence Obeamp of Mt. Pu- lasld was granted a dc:ree of divorce from William Obeamg, Jr., in circuit court on Thursday afternoon, by Yudge Frank Lindley. They have two sons. aged six and three years. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Rothwell, grandson Jackie Rothwell, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mayer and daughter Miss FAiizabeth passed the week end in La Salle with the former's son and family Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rothwell. Wm. C. Clobes, formerly of Deca- tur wishes to notify his nny friends in this vicinity that he has his address from Decatur to 683 An- ila St., Dubeque, Ia. Mr. Clobes will be glad to hear from his friends at any time. Mrs. Caroline Snyder has been moved to the home of her son Frank B. Snyder. Despite her 89 years, Mrs. Snyder has been living alone in her hoane but recently because of an ac- cident due to a fall, Mrs. Della Kinert has been* staying with her. While Deputy Sheriff Schaffenaek- er was engaged in a bowling contest in Lincoln on Tuesday evening, some one stole his gun and holster out of his overcoat which hung on the wall. The weapon a .38 calibre special and new holster attracted some thief who was among the peetators. "the gun of Deputy Sheriff Edward McGough was untouched in his coat which] hung next to the Schaffenacker eoat. I i GRANTED AUTHORITY TO EXTEND ROUTE 121 Authority to extend state bond "is- sue route 121 under the tracks of the Illinois Central railroad at a cer- tain point in the easterly portion of Mt. Pulaski, Logan county, has been granted to the state division of high- ways by the Illinois Commerce Com- missioL The commission's order ah a proves an agreement between the highway division and the railroad as to the division of the cost of the proect. ILLINOIS COLLEGE OFFERS SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce my candidacy for Road Commissioner, Aetna Town- sh on the Republican Ticket. Pri- may Feb. 23. J. A. WATSON. The postponed meeting of the MI Pulaski unit of the W. C. T. U., which was scheduled for Feb. 9, was held on Wednesday afternoon Feb. 17 in the home of Mrs. Ira Veail, North Vine street. This meeting was the occasion of the Frances E. Wiilard Memorial Tea which was served at the cnelusion of an interesting po- gram. The regular meetivg of the Sans S0uci Club ws held Thursday ater- noon in te country home of Mrs. Hazel Beckers. The diversion was 500 at three tables at which the honors were awarded to Mrs. Fayetta Ross and Mrs. Otto Oglesby. The next re- guMr club meeting will be held in the hcme of Mrs. Fern Cok. East Jef- ferson street. Mrs. Mabel Mussenden Davidson who died in Chicago and was buried in Springfield on Monday, will be re- membered by many people in Mt. Pu- laski as the daughter of J. A. Mus- senden who conducted a shoe store here in the eighties or early ine- ties. She as the eldest of three daughters, named Myrtle and Violet, the latter being the only surviving sister. M, Grace Bairstow, Past Presi- dent of the State Assembly o the Seniors of the local high hool have received a echolarship offer from Illinois College at Jacksonville, Illino. A stipend of $120, when ap- tied on tuition at Illinois Co]]qe, aoeompad the award. The .holar- ships will be granted to the bey who ranks either first or second among the boys of the graduating class, and to the girl who is first or cond in her" group. The determination of the rank of a student is to dmnd on his average percentage for the whoe school course, provided that the average grade for the last year is at least 90. These offers of scholarship are sent each year to a selected number of high schools chosen by the College for the high standard of work they maintain. Because th enrollment at ', Illinois College is limited and sgeeial ',encouragement and aid are given t students who have shown marked lability in their high school work, the , scholarship on the 3acksonvlile camp= us is unusually high. Due recognition of this was made last fall when the College was granted a charter for a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest national honorary fraternity in the country. Installation of the chapter in April will be made by Dr. Clark H. North- ru of Cornell University, National President of the fraternity. The three universities, Knox Col- lege amd Illinois College are the only schools in-the state which have been honored with Phi Beta Kappa mem- i bemlp. "----------- VERY LATEST by Mary Marskall Bunnies, chickens, kittens or ducks --you21 find them all welt represent- ed in the shops and departments where you go to buy clothes for ba- bies and ve, little folks. This sea- son they are especially well repre- sented and if you want your baby's wardrobe to be really u to date be sure that these small creatures are part of the decorative scheme. On blankets, crib covers, carriage robes and bonneto you may use ap- plique animals cut from white eider- down. Turn in the edges and sew in- to place around the edges, taking care that your stitches are small enough to hide unseen in the soft material. Rebekah lodge will conduct a school of instruction in Odd Fellows hall on Friday afternoon and evening Feb. ]9. The afternoon session will begin at 1:30 o'clock and at 5:30 o'clock a o luck supper will be served. Mere- ,era are asked to bring one prepared dish of food for the supel'. The ev- ening session will take up at the usu- al lodge hcr. All members are urg- ed to be present. THURSDAY FEBRUARY Mrs. Lydia Hagel was pleasantly surprised by a group of friends on Sunday evening, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. The guests arrived in time for a six o'clock din- ner to which all contributed. Most of the guests have been neighbors and friends of many years standing, con- sequently a jolly evening was paed remiescirg and in a social way. Those present were: Mrs. Elizabeth Bauman, Miss Amelia Baumann, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baamann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dam- mermann and family, Mr. and Mrm Fred Keramer, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Reidle and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jenner, Mrs. Amelia Feuer- bacher, Mrs. Mary Lucas and Floyd Schaffeker. LOWEST BIDDER x.x x x )<xx C. G. Robinson of Lincoln with a bid of $798 was low on the govern- ment star marl route between Lin- On knitted sweaters or caps the coin and Delavun. The bid is conskl- decoration can be made with cross erably lower than the government is stitches done in heavy silk or paying the tem,porary carrier, wool yarn in contrastin color. On a The milae of the round trip is 52 white weater you may work with miles and is to be made daily except yellow, red, pink or blue. while a 1ran Sunday, making a total distance tr or beign seater may be trimmed veiled of approximately 16,000 miles. th .brown. The towns of Hartsburg and Emden Simply thread the yarn or silk into will be served, a coarse needle and work the er0 stihes as you would on linen, tak- DEMOCRATIC ing one cross stch in eae.h stitch of ,the knitting. The diagram shows how i The Democratic uarty of to take the cross stitches for a duck 1 laski Township, Logan ot two inches in width. If you are ma-lnois, will hold a convention interested in ducks and refer some iurday February 20, 1932 other device, you can work out the the ours of 2 p m and 4 p * h * arrangement of cross stitches wi-] the following precincts: No. 1 out too great difficulty. Simply dWtder, s Carpenter Shop; No. 2- intersecting lines on  piece of pa- t 1-2 block west of Myer Bros; per and then experiment with the l__Mtmyon, s Barber Shop. To crosses until you have a design t]ttlate Commissioner of H gh pleases yu. Constable to fill vacancy for Orange i or: Chilled orange juice spriakled with a little very finely cbemd mint leaf , orwe jui topped with Democratic Caucus , The Democratic Cause of Laeena Township will be held ht the vRlage hail in Itham on February 25, from oe tothroe o'deek p m t purpose of nominati road commis- sioner and justice of the Imme Those wishing their aamm on Pri- mary ballot notify  by Feb. J. H. SALLEE, itteemm ANNOUNC I am a candidate for Road sioner at the Primary oa lb. , fo Laenna Top. MARTIN GRATHWOIlL. nual election in April. A.F. K.M. DR. ANNOUNCEMENT I  to announce myself dldate for the office of er of Highways of MI Pulaski ship, Loffan county, Illinois, to the Democratic Izrimar, 2p. re. to4 p. m. Saturday, ary 0, 193. GEORGE ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby aunennee myaslf date for Co, table at the Primary in Mt. Pulaski on 20, 1932. Your support will preeiated. CHARLES E. OSCAR J. LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Mnufacturln__g OpUmn I0 Broadway Phone 1062 NOTICE! We have a buuch of slighlly used Pianos, good as new in this vicinily that must be sold for balance due. Prices range from $40 up, including Players, Uprights and Grands, c: be bought on very easy payments. For information -rite to ANDERSON PIANO CO. 211 North 5th St. Sprintfieh,, Illinois I_ I J , _ m KROGER' NEW LOW PRICES i mm Gold Medal or Pillsbury Flour 24 48 ll00. 60c lbs. $1.19 Country Club [ Standard Apple Butter 0/17c Peas 3 No : 25c P & G. or Kirks' Flake Whi-]'- Pure Soap 8 bars 2SC Lard 3 lbs 20C , | , Jewel C fie Country Club 35c 19 O e French 29c C i , i Rocky River Lenon Soda 24 3 soa 29c Oleo Lb. lOc Itonia Club Standard Ginger Ale 3  .  29c Corn 4 cans 25c Grapefruit 4 /or 19c , "f ii ,i Country Club Finest Corn 3 cans 29 Wilson's Ideal Iaeoll o Lb. 15c sugar C'ured Co untry Club Lb. Wondernut Sweet and Juicy Frankfurters Lb. 10c FLOUR 2400b49c 48 89C 12c 1100. Round White Potatoes Pk. 17c ,, v Iceberg Lettuce head 5C Fancy Roman Beauty Apples 5 lbs. 19c Sweet Potatoes 10 lbs. 29C . ii i i i ii i Tomato Sauce Sardines 3,5oz. 25c cans II II I