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AGE FOUR T A.,  Phone 26 MT. PULAK Dr. 6. S. Connelly HI. Pulaski. Illinois Tele!ao;,e .Io. 99a- Calls answered promptly at any hour oftheday or night i N A. Balding, MD. Lincoln, Illinois Eye, Far, Nose and Throat Fitted Broken Lens Duplicated tflice over Landauers Clothing stor rhones: Office 10 8; Res. 1681 BAYER ASPIRIN At MS REXALL DRUG STORE of Annual Election of City of Mt. Pulaski rilE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MI: IP ULASKI, ILLINOIS lvtogetve* m  e I o  e J o m ffi R me sa aseao86@@oooooo@ooo@oooooooosuemawD 2 e Mrs&lt; hla Field, Springfie]d was a Mr. and Mrs. \\;Valtr A. Scimfer, week er=d visitor with 5"rmer neigh- ", ,rh \\;Va4inzon strce entertained bors. n,embers of the Sehafer family at William Dittus of Lincoln trans- acted business in 3It. Pulaski on Tuesday. E. O. Mayer returned the latter part of last week from a business trip to Cleveland, Miss. Mrs. T. W. Moore and daughter Mrs. Florence Obcamp were Spring- feld visitors on Tuesday. The Winners Bible Class of the Methodist church will meet on Wed- nesday afternoon March 9 in the home of Mrs. Claude W. Upp. dinner on la-t Sunday. Those present x ere Mr. and M=s. Vf. B. Jem:er, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wagner and sons, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, J. Fred Sehafer, Miss Anna Schafer Miss Anna Schafer, Miss Anna Roth and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gulso. Miss Adele Weidenbacher of this city who is employed in the Chicago Telephone Exchange, submitted to an appendicitis operation on Tuesday in the Edgewater Beach hospital in Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Adderman Chicago. Her mother Mrs. Theresa spent Saturday afternoon and Sun- Weidenbacher of this city is with day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. her. Friends in this city were noti- Eminger. ' fled that the operation was entirely successful and that the patient is Mr. and Mrs. Russell Curtis, Bet- getting along nicely. wyn, passed the weez end with his About forty relatives, neighbors parents Mr. and Mrs. Shelby C,nis, and old friends called at the R. E. South Spring $treot, Buckles home a few evenings ago to i -- remind him of his birthday anniver- Mrs. Christina Gieseke broke her sary which falls on Wednesday Mar. arm just above the wrist on Friday 2. The party which was arranged by when she made a misstep and fell Mrs. Buckles was a complete surprise off the steps at her home. to him. The evening was passed re- minescin and socially. Among the guests were their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Buckles of Berwyn. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Connolley mo- tored to Henry on Sunday, they tak- ing Mrs. Connolley's mother Mrs. Lottie Helper home following a two week's visit in this city. I I Arthur Woodrum and family who have been living in the Mrs. Ida Plaid cottage in the north-west part of the city, moved on Tuesday to the Gordon dwelling on North Washing- I ton street [ Mrs. Wesley Van Hook, formerly of this city but for the past several i years living in Decatur has been very ill with pneumonia. She is a pa- i tient in St. Mary's hospital in De- catur. She has passed through the 'crisis of the illness and hopes are t now entertained of her cmplete re- covery. i otiee is hereby given that on The Bridge club held their regular day the 19th day of April A. D. i meeting on Wednesday afternoon in an election will be held in the I the home of Mrs. L. F. Myers. The of Mt Pulaski, County of Logan i honors of the afternocn were award- State of Illinois for the purpose ed to Mrs. C. M. Merriman, Mrs. eloc: Page Waddell and Mrs. Everette Rothwell Mrs. Merriman will enter- tain the club on the occasion of their next regular meeting. One Alderman in First Ward. One Alderman in Second Ward. One Alderman in Third Ward. to submit the proposition to in addition to all other the sum of $2500.00 oiling and to levy a tax ore. At the following voting places: "Vard--Frank B. Snyder's Shop. Ward--Office of the Cen- ]linois Oil Co. Ward--Usual Voting place, Myers Bros. Clothing stor election will be opened at in the morning and closed 5 oclock in the evening of that at Mt. Pulaski this the 3rd of March, in the year of our One Thousand Nine Hundred GEO. F. SCHAFER, City Clerk. :O: kN FOR CITY ELION a special meetitg of the MT. city council held on Wed- r evening judge and clerks for election on Tuesday April appointed, which are First judges, Wm. Kelling, Charles G. C. Zah; Clerks, Gustave Mrs. Fern Cook, Mrs. Will Second Ward, Judges, Win. God. A. Mayer, Oran Clerks, Mrs. Anna Eminger, Lucille Marshall, Miss leida Third Ward: Judges, J. H, Zimmerli, Jolm Vee, Miss StelLa Mayer, Misa Zah, Mrs. Fayetta Ross. who have thus far filed petitions with city clerk Schao First ward, Peoles-Citizens, Wells. seeks reelecton: se- v-rd, Peoples-Citi=ens, Charles s,t.ks re-lectioa, Walter M. Independent. petitions are still being Including that of a candi- alderman in the third ward. for filing petitions is lh of Mamh. for ML Pulaski Times Only $1.00 per Year Mrs. Hazel Beckers entertained members of the MuGams club in her country home on Wednesday after- noon. Three tables of 500 were in play at which the honors were a- awarded to Mrs. Arthur Martin and Mrs. H. C. Gruber: Mrs: Ruth Long North Lafaette street, will be the next hostess. Mrs. Charles Brooker and daugh- ter Mrs. C. W. Downing were in Jacksonville on Monday to visit the former's son Everette Brooker who is a patient in Our Saviour's Hospi- tal following an appendicitis opera- tion perfoed on Friday. He was in a serious conditi,an but is now re- ported as improving nicely. Among the large number of le@ple who attended the sale of the house- hold goods of the late Mrs. Corn Neeves held on Saturday afternoon were the following from out of the ciCy: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Field, Mrs. AI Neeves, Miss Marie Neeve of Springfield and Miss AmeIta Krise and Miss Oubri Poppele of Decatur. l The Mt. Pulaski Chapter of World War Mothers held their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday &fo ernoon in the home of Mrs. Henry KautZ, Sr. Routine business was transacted but some discussioRs were had relative to furthering the inter ests of the chaer in Mt. Pulaski: The next monthly meeting on the first Wednesday in April will be held in the home of Mrs. J. "I. Duff. Mrs. David Hawk, living southwest of Mt. Pulaski was in Niant/e vicinity recently where she attended the gold- en wedding anniversary of her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. William Erisman. A family dinner was served on Sun. day at which the following daughters were present: Mrs. Hawk, Mt. Pulas- ki; Mrs. Mahlon Moore, Akron, Ohio; rs. Dee Boren, Niantic and son Os- car Erisman, Wanamaker, Ind. Students from every state and , from 28 foreign countries are 'irol-[ led at the University of Illinois. [ t "Landscape Painting" will be the taI?ic at the meeting on Friday after- noon March 4, of the Art Unit of the.Mt. Pulaski Woman's club. The meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. G. F. Wait who also is chair- man of the program. Mrs. Wait will give a talk on this subject and 40 beautiful colored prints will be on exhibition. All members are urged to be present. VANDEVENDER ESTATE FILED Jacob W. Vandevender left an es- tate valued at $17,000 according to letters of administration filed in the county court on Wednesday. George Rupp was named adminiatrator o the estate which consists of $14,000 in personal pxoperty and real estate valued at $3000. Mrs. Vandevender who with Mr. Vandevender lost their lives in the 0glesby building fire in Lincoln re- cently, left an estate valued at $5,500 of which $5,000 is in real estate and $500 in personal property. :O :- WILLIS HUMPHREY . NOTICE "he Board of ,<uFer,,iso of Lo- b:an County x,i! mee in :he? Court !fuse at Linch,in oa Tuecd::y March ";. 1932 a w, :'chck P. M.. for the ayrnn', of bills. All bills mus be .i!-d in the otiice  f the County Clerk .f)re noon Saturday March 5th in taler to be allowed at thi meeting. CLAUDE C. TULL, County Clerk. 9: PLEAD GUILTY Cordia Start and Merle Handlin 7lead guilty to information charging theft of nine chickens when arraign- ed in county court at noon on - day. Each was fined $25 and costs and sentenced to serve thirty day in the county jaiL The poultry belonged to Staff's aunt Mis Anna Start and they wm arrested in Lincoln on Friday when they sold the chickens to a poultry dealer in that city. -----. , ...... VERY LATEST by Mary Marshall THURSDAY MARCH 3, 1932 a,:':ady possess and tha stands in Si-)p GETTING UP Nli need of a new touch of trin:ming, i'hyic :he Bl::dder With Juni Tiae scarf does not have o become ..... _ p,.rn;anent part of the dress, either Drive uttLe in:purities and : {at>e it is "" ' . aache,: mereh" by ';  that ca::u hu':ta:%>, .eans )f buttonholes in the scarf and -,.' , fr,q=:<'..t des!, e. luuh)er I !.',:'.ens on the dress. .e:, s. etc.. i c'c,',.:ai:e,i in You -il! need a piece of silk about ke:. te biadder pi.:cs.e. It a yard and a half long and nine inches :: blai,ler imilar ,o cos:or :he bowels. Get a 25c :est box w:de to make the scarf, but you may iece it in the center if you do not an:: d.-uz store. After four want to buy a piece as long as this. n t rel%ved of "etting up go back and get your money, If Simply make a narrow machine are bothered with backache stitched hem along the sides and one paros caused from bladder end of the scarf or finish with a hand you are bound to feel better rplled hem. Finish the unhemmed this cleansing and you get your end with a facing an inch or more in. ular sleep. Sold at qdth so as to provide a substantial Drug Store. 1 place for your butt, one. And then a- m: long the side of the drs where the There is an average of 136 per square mile in Illinois. Thol scarf is attached make the necmsary tional average is 41.3. number of battonhol Here is a new way to arrange a scarf and it is such a simple trick that we wonder why no one ever thought of it before. It has aperod on a number of new dresses and is likely to appear on a g>d many more before many weeks have passed. But it is not neceary for you to buy a dress with this scarf arrangement when it is a sinple thing to add a arf in this way to a dress that you The remains of Willis Huntphrey of Chestnut who died suddenly on Friday morning Feb. 26 at 808 E. Washington street, Springfield, were bronght to Mt. Pulaski on Saturday Cl ing S and taken to the Hershey funeral OS -out ale home where services were held ag 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon Feb. 28. Pv. Having decided to quit farming I L. G. Strouse pastor of the Chestnut  will sell at public sale at my plaeas, Methodist church conducted the eer-:3 miles west and three-quarters mile vices. A quartette composed of Mr. inorth of Mt. Pulaski; 9 miles south and Mrs. F. B. Morris, Mrs. Albert of Lincoln and 1 mite west of Bueh- 1 Buehler and Burdell Myrick render. I anon School commencing at 10:30 a. Ied several hymns to organ aeoompan- l m., on ment by Miss Mildred Norris. 1 WEDNESDAY MARCH 16, 1932 Pallbearers were Frank Laughery, !the following described property: Leonard Oberry, Eugene Hatchet, I 3 HEAD OF HORSES Consisting of I Dun horse, weight 1500 rbs. an extra good work horse; 1 bay mare, weight 1150 Ibs., a good work mare; 1 gray horse weight 1200 Ibs., a good work horse. 2 HEAD OF HOGS FARMING IMPLEMENTS Consisting of 2 box wagons, 1 rack wagon, 1 Hoosier disc press drill, II Riding cultivators, 1 John Deere 18 inch Gang plow, 2 Harrows, I J. L Case 8 f disc, 1 tandem 8 ft. tra tor dine, 1 Grand Detour 3 bottom tractor plow, 1 Walking plow, 1 Deere corn planter with wire, 1 Deer- ing 8 ft., Binder, 1 Molime 10 ft. rol- ler bearing tractor binder, 1 M-i dows binder hitch, 1 feed grinder, I[ International Endgate Oats aeeder, 1 Wenzelman Corn dump, 1 McI)on-I old pitless farm scales, 1 Engine, I water tank, I Alamo FsI Light Plant, 1 Hay rake, I McCo mick Mower, 1 Manure spreader, 01 and 10 ft. Hedge comer  Itl I some steel posts, woven wire I forks, scoops, shovels and many oth- TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA HAY About 4 tons baled Timothy and a- bout 4 tons baled alfalfa, also Im[, loose Alfalfa; about 2 bu. Clover seed. HARNESS--3 sets of harness with collars complete. Also some extra collars. Lunch will be served on the grounds. TERMS---CASH C. W. DOWNING Auct.B. H. Kedk. Clerk--Augut Ha Cashle--G. A. Yo Louis Gbleman, Raymond S/mcoe and Ordl Helq Burial was in Laenn cemetery. Decedent who was 43 years of age, is .id to have been the last member of the family. O . CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindn and sympathy in our recent bereavement. Mrs. George A. Kinder and family. RECEIVED NOMINATION E. M. Galloway was nom Commissioner of Highways and Carl Roger received the nomination for Justice of the Peace at the Laenna Township liean caucus held Tuesday afternoon. Their opponen on the Democra- tic ticket will be Martin Grathwohl, Commissioner of Highways and Ed Schaffenaeker'for Jtmtice of the Peace. FEBRUARY REPORT Following is the percent of attend- once and number of tardiness in each grade of the Mt. Pulaski Grade School: Eighth, 98.75 per cent, tardiness, 0. Sixth, 98.61 per cent, tardiness 0. Seventh, 98.07 per cent, tardiness 0. Fourth, 96.71 per cent, tardiness 2. Fifth, 94.97 per cent, tardiness 1 Third, 93.29 per cent tardiness, 2. First, 92.77 per cent, tardiness. 3. Second, 92.5 per cent, tardiness, 0. The Sheets Com MORTICIANS Sheets Quality Service Costs No Mt. Pulaski and OSCAR J. LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometr and Manufacturing Optician 510 Broadwa Phone 1062 NOTICE: We bace a buuch ot slightly used Pianos. good as new in this vicinity that must be sold for balance due. Prices range from $i0 up, including Players, Uprights and Grands, c-n be bought on verv easy payments. For iuformation wrile to ANDERSON P00ANO CO. 211 North 5th St. Sprinfiel-, Illinois KROGER'S I iNg00W LOW PRICES Salmon 3 Tall Cans 28c Embassy Salad Flake or Granules Dresalng qt. Jar 29c Clfllm o le. pkg. ] 90 Fresh Blue Rose lig,ilars lb. 10c Rice 3"lbs 1 3c Choice Michigan Navy Beans l0 'gb,. 3 -Country Club Evaporated la Plain or u,,.u slier4 Ib Loaf 5C &prileots lb. 1 Evaporated Country Club Pancake Peaches 2 lbs. 25c Flour 5 lb. pkg 19c Medium Choice Prunes 3 ,b.. 1 nUll Wondernut Oleo txy Club Kidney M''/ne 2 Ibs 19c  4 cans 25c Daisy Cream untry Club Pancake Cheese lb. 17c .,, Flour 3 20-oz. Pkg 20c Jewel Brand Coffee lb. SSc 1 ,b. 19C Roman Beauty White Apples 6 lbs 2c Potatoes lYlb. pk. 17c 54 Size " Grapefrit 4 for 19c Lemons dz. 25(: I Bananas 4 ,b.. 1