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FOUR THE MT. PULASKI TiMI. kiT. P iLASKI, ILL(OIS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25, 40O 268 OF ALL KINDS A. F. LIPP MT. PULASK G. S. C0nnelly .....o...-.o.-o....... ..... ....-..-...un..t,ne..,smmt..,eo...n.....,wm- The monthly meeting of the Mt. all want to get rich again." Pulaski Library club will be held on Which confirms my long held be- . : Tuesday March I in the American &apos;::.el that Calvin Coolidge has about : : 1,egion rooms. The hostesses will be as sound common sense and as keen   Mrs. George E. Suedmeier, Mrs. O. a,. understanding of popular psycho-  !O. Scroggin, Mrs. H. F. Gordon and :oD- as any living American. ..o............_.......... ....-..---.a..............-..-.....-. "'" "'"""  Mrs. Walter Tmnlinson. The roll call Mrs. C. E. Gitchrist, Lincoln, tran- Odd Fellows and Rebekahs are :,, be Current Events. sacred business and visited riends asked to keep in mind the monthly in this city on Tuesday. Mrs. Lottie Helper, Henry is visit- ins in the home of her daughter Mrs. V. G. Cormoltey, West Cook st. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hutchinson, Springfield were Sunday guests ill the home of her sister Mrs. E. G. 1'11. Pulaski, Illinois Phinney. !in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis  Stengel living southwest of Mt. Pu- ,ITeleDhoas No. 9. i Mrs. F. W. Obermiller, daughter] laski. Others present were Mr. and answered promptly at any Mrs, Ward Harper azd son-in-ILw I Mrs. Oscar Shanle and daughter Carl Yoder were Decatur visitors on Louise, Crnland; Miss Mary Shanle Wednesday. and Miss Joeephine Stengel, Lamm- hour ottheday or night. --------- I ville' and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bucklee Wlliam Ray who has been stay-,) and daughter from Lincoln. social to be held in the lodge rooms BIRTIIDAY PARTY on Friday evening Feb. 26. These affairs are for members of both lod- Patricia Ann, daughter of Mr. ges and their families and this month iand Mrs. Paul Buckles, Lincoln was they are priveleged to inte a honored with a party on Saturday fend, i afternoon, the occasion being her thixxl birthday anniversary. Patricia Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Goddard attend- Ann received many presents from ed a turkey dinner on Sunday given her guests including a handsome Fitted Bgoken Lens Duplicated over Landauers Clothing ? :s;( Office 10 8; Res. 1681 birthday cake, baked and decorated by her grandmother Mrs. E. T. C0d- dard. The children enjoyed romping games until refreshments were serv- ed. Those present were: Mrs. GOd- dard, Mrs. H. H. Buckles, daughters Betty and Helen, Mrs. Roman Ramev daughter Joan, Mrs. Robert Keck, MONEY The actual money in the posses- .<ion of all of the people in the Uni- ted States, including the banks and the Treasury, at the beginning of this year was hae billion four hun- dred twenty-two million five hundred twelve thousand dollars. Not quite half of that is in gold, and more than half of the rest of it is in Federal Reserve notes. The amount of actual money in circulation is about $45 per persor Thin is the highest ttmt has ever been in our history, with the excepedon of the year 1920, whea it reached $51 per head. The idea that the larger the vol- ume of money in cirenlatlen the more prosperous we are is not boyue out by a study of these money fio At REX.hL ins at the Soldier's Home in Danville, is at home with his mother on a 90 Balding, MD. day ) Mr. and Mrs. George Tomlinson Lincoln, Illinois land Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sums and son Julian were business visitors in hr, nd Throat Mrs. W. E. Van Hook returned her home in Tecumseh, Mich., middle f this week. She has been here since the funeral of her husband on Feb. 4. Mrs. Gus Laramie liv4,nff soth- west of Mr. Pulaski was removed to St. Clam's hoital in Lincoln on Sat- urday afternoon in the Hershey am- bulance. William Johnson, who has been vis- iting relatives and flend in Mt. Pu- laski over the week end, returned to his home in Chicago on Wednesday ASPIRIN " Marion Scroggin, daughter Mrs. Treva Becker and children Mary Sane and John, Rock Island, visited from Friday until Sunday with thoir - mereus relatives in Mt. Pulaski. Mrs. Olive E. Paige who has visiting for several weeks in the the kt home of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Brook- evenLn er, Nrth ViRe street, has reune to her home in Lebanon, Ohio. Y0 can attach one on an dress to cover the shoul- "---'----" arms, or you can Mr. and Mrs. Kreig Failing,. Chi- :" --nattached so that yemr cago were Monday visitors in the worn it or wi00-!home of 00andm00h00r M. , . . ....... ,-- bara Kreig He also visited his aunts A blae satin or enlHo vmwK, lemented with a {Mrs Elizabeth Bekerneyer and Mrs , may be supp I ' " , his Emma Jenner h|ffon vehet collar of t " ' " i!:!15 DRUG 01 VERY LATEST ! . by Mary Zandlall cape eolhrs m in the realm of be worn at the theatre or rant dining, or left off for i. @ the very new dresses are detachable" cape cllar at the edge with an inch of beads. The beads ive of glitter that is important this semmn weigh down the cape in manner. you are slender or the you will find a cape eo]htr sort decidedly becoming and it giv the effect through the shoulders slenderness of waist and meeti of the D. F. club was held on Tuesday the country home o( IEld south of the city. every merber was present. was a social hor md the winners were C. Musser, Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Charles Sto- lunch was served late oon. Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Blout, son Homer and Mrs. John T. Hershey were in Bloomington on Saturday afternoon where they attended the funeral Of Walter M. White an old friend of the Blout family. Mrs. Fern Cook was hostess to members of the San Souci club on Wednesday afternoon. The usual di- version was indulkd in at which the hmors were won by Mrs. Hazel Be- ckers and Miss Lois Copeland. The Neighborhood club met on Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copeland, East Cook street. The diversion was 500 at , which the honor, were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Buckles d Truman Pennlman. A daughter wa born o Wednes- day morning to Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Craeger living southeast of Cornland. The infant lived about five hours. Short funeral services were held on Thursday and burial ws made in Steenbergen cemetery. The Gleaners Sunday School of St. John's church met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. E. C. Clear. Following the tmsine meet- ing tables were placed for Rok at which the honors we won by Nora Hagenbaeh, Mrs. A. F. Lipp and George Suedmeier. Thoreau Payne who sitted to operation abot ten days so in the John Warner hospital in Clinton, was brought to Mr. Pulaski in the Her- shey ambulance. He is conval in the home of Paul MeC4mn, Wut Jeffern street. The closing out sale of Fred W. Held on the Crane farm on Wedn- day Feb. 24, ttraeted a large crowd and the sale is said to have been oe of the mtppie held this yar in this locality. About $1,100 was real- lend. While no high prices were given yet everything sold at figures that Satisfied bath'the seller and buyer. 13. H. Keek conducted the sale in his usual able ,manner. Albert Relier- man wan the clerk and E. R. Aihi- son of the First National Rank acted as cashier of the sale. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Seroggin wore Sunday visitors in Canton with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Heal& Mrs. Heald is the mother of Baxter Foster who is a son-in law of Mr. ad Mrs. Scro;o The insurance claims o the lata W. C. Purviance and W. E. Van Hook were raid early this week to the bone- ficiaries by E. G. Phinney, clerk of the Mt. Pulaski camp of the Modern Woodmen of America. F L. Kerns returned home from a business trip to Chicago. He was ao companied home by his niece Mrs. Roy Carter and daughter Shirley, Dower's Grove who will make & two week's visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder. " Howard Ogleeby clerk in the rail- way mail s-vice wth headquarters Decatur was a week end visitor in the home of his mother Mrs. Em- ma Ogleby and sister Mrs. Frank Rentshler. Mrs. Oglesby aeeompail him home for a two week's visit. and children Betty and Robert, Mrs. Fred Hild, children Charlene and Frederick, Mrs. Carl Tendick son Ted, Mrs. Egene Manes son Harry, Mrs; Kemneth Weller, daughter Phyl- lis, Mt" Pulaski; Miss Louise Shanle retired from circulation. Cornland; Mrs. Milton Blackwell, sort i Bfllie, Mrs. Iander Hake, daughter! -'-"----" )Joan, Mrs. James Thorton, daughter BOOKS Marylin, Mrs. Margaret Joues son .books, the publishers say. For ever- John, Mrs. Margaret Brelsford, chil- This year there will be fewer books' dren Betty Area and Bobble and Miss l published' bat they will he better Lila Hidds, Lincoln. 'al years it has been possible for al- -------:e:------ most anybody to get a book ubHsh- NOTICE I have quite a lot of photographic work at my home that has net been called for. I am fraying to the coun- try and would like to have all work called for by March 5th. RUTH BENDER, Mt. Pulaski, II RETURNS HOME AFTER VISIT Mrs. Richard Brenner, Peoria who had been visiting her brother Herbert ! Yauch mat of the city and Mi Mary Maxhetmer, North Vine street, re- COOLIDGE turned to her home o 2esday. I heard the latest Calvin CooHdg Mr. Yaueh suffered a uanful acci- aneedlote the other night  a den last week when he severed a lgntlema n who had recently visited tendon in his instep with an axe. lthe ex-President at Northaxnoto- while trimming hedg He is report- I "Everywhere I go I find an over- ed as getting along nicely. Iwhelming desire t have you back in :o: !the White House, Mr. Coolidge," my CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY l informant sMd to him. "You really The 71st birthday ahniversary of Herman Hahn was fittingly celebrat- ed in his home on Sunday with a family dinner. Mr. Hahn is a native of Central Illinois hut has lived the greater part af his life in and near this city. Members of the family pre- sent at the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn, Jr. and family, Lawndale; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn and family, Lln; Mr. and William Hodson and Mrs. Jessie Tur- ley and daughter, Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hahn and son and Miss L)la Hahn of this city. D. W. CLUB ought to run for President again." Mr. Ooolidge shook his head, with a faint smile. "No," he said, "It won't do. The bsis of that idea is all wrong. They , ,, i, Closing-ot00 t Sale Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public sale at my place, .3 miles west and three-quarters mile north of Mt. Pulaski; 9 miles south of Lincoln and 1 mile west of Buch- anan School commencing at 10:30 a. rfl. on WEDNESDAY MARCH 16, 1932 the following described prperty: 3 HEAD OF HORSES Consisting of 1 Dun horse, 1500 lbs. an extra good work horse; 1 bay mare, weight 1150 Ibs., a good work mare; 1 gray horse weight 1200 Ibm, a good work horse. 2 HEAD OF HOGS FARMING IMPLEMENTS Consisting of 2 box wagons, 1 rack wagon, 1 Hoosier disc press drill | Riding cultivars, 1 John Deere 1 inch Gang plow, 2 Harrows, 1 J. L 8 ff. disc, I tandem 8 ft. tree- tor disc, 1 Grand Detour 3 bottom tractor ldow, 1 Walking plow, 1 Deere eern pIsnter with wire, I Deer- ins 8 ft., Binder, 1 Moliae 10 ft. rol- ler bearing tractor binder, 1 Ma- daws binder hitch, 1 feed grinder, 1 International Endgate Oats seeder, 1 Wenzelma Corn droop, 1 McDado aid pitl farm scales, 1 Gamlia Enne, 1 water tank, 1 Alamo Farm Light Plant, I Hay rake, 1 MeCor- miek Mower, 1 Manure spreader, 9 and 10 ft. Hedge corner posts also some steel posts, woven wire and forks, oops, shovels and many oth- er articles. TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA HAY About 4 tons baled Timothy and a- bout 4 tons baled alfalfa, aM' some loose Alfalfa; about 2 Ira. Clover seed. HAR2/ESS-- sets of harness with collars eamplete. Also some extra collars. Lunch will be served on the grounds. TERMS--CASH C W. DOWNING Auct.B. H. Kedk. Clerk--August Hahn Because of bad roads and many conflicting attractions, a belated Christmas party by members of the D, W. Club was held on Wednesda ; afternoon in the home of Mrs. Louts Mann with Mrs. Herman Mann a- slating. This was the first club mbet- ins in several months and nearly the entire membership was present. A pleasing feature of the meeting was the exehaltge of gits. The di- versions were a social hour and se- veral conteste that were won by Miss Viola R/dgeway and Mr Clyde ai- der. Mrs. Arthur R/dgeway will be the next hostess on Wednmday March 18. MOVES MADE RECENTLY Everette Rothwell afd family who have been living in the Meister pro- petty in South Marion street, are moving this week to the Mrs. Ora Voile bungalow in North Lafayett street, recently vacated by D. J. Fuh. rer and family Who are now Hying in their home in North Vine atreet Mrs. Emily Go,paster who had an apartment in the Meister dwel- ling has moved to s Sehuler cottage in the west part of the ity. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Poster save moved from the Van Hook dwelling in East Cook street, to the Mrs. T. W. Moore bungalow in same block. :0:" NOTICE George Rupp, executor of the es- tate of Corn V. Neeves, will nell all of her household goods on Saturday, I Feb. 27th at 2:00 o'clock p. m., at l home of the late Corn V. Neeve ed, whether the author knew write and had something to :o. T}e country was vcqumes from the pens of writers whose ambitions abiJities, who had never trub}e C< learn how To who quite enerally, were b nothing but indecency The reading public is gusted with books which emotions above the level of ism, recognize no spiritual values in life. Readers are back to the sound old classics. young folk are reading Cruso than have for years to that great book, which rants! to the Bible and Shakespeare enduring value as a source at entertainment and inspiration. i ABILITY I think we are coming 'end of the time when ,could 'put itself over" by vertising of inferior products. urea. When business is active an ple are not buying poor public confidence in the benlm is not ! ducts now, and are not so shaken, people use comparatively lit-believe what plausible tie actmd money and Fedml Re-' tell them. It is going to be serve notes and ury notes at for a few years at any rate, swindlers to sell worthlm and bonds, and for sef-styled to palm off their so-called paintings and sculptures as works of art. Subscribe for the Mr. Puleek/ Oy $I. pet ytr. OSCAR J. LENZ IAncoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optldan 510 Broadway Phone 1062 NOTICE! We have a buuch of slightly used Pianos, good as new in this vicinity that must be sold for balance due. Prices range from $40 up, including Players, Uprights and Grands, can be bought ou .very easy payments. For information write to ANDERSON PIANO CO. 211 North 5th St. SprinNfieh, Illinois KROGER' NEW LOW PRICES ............. i0 49 Sugar Pure Cane Lbs C i i Cho(late Pecan Cak " lb. 1 9c m Bby Rnth, By Jimtny, Butterfinge ,lllr Bar 5 for 1 4c t Country Club Soda ii i i iii i ii Kraft 1 yo PLut 33c m , t i , JM4f ,t ged Cr or Brick Ch m 2 lbs. 3C Crackers Lb. Carton 19c m m Campbell's Pork f. Ikans 3 cans 20c m UNtil 6 lbs 25c Barbara Ann Tomatoe Soup Can 5c -- ,, n MACARONI 5 u" B'" 29c or SPAGHETTI / I c.n. Country Club Pure Lard 3 19c Roman Beauty ..... ' Sweet Fncv Bx Apples v.'e 6 Ibs 25C pottoe 5 lbs 19c 54 Sis" " .... Clifton Grapefruit 4 for 19c Brooms Each 29c i i Iceberg Lettuce 15c