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ij . -e ...,.. ...... ....................... .... ..... . ............................ A. F. lAPP Mr. Pulaski, lUinols, l Phinney, Mt/Ihdask I  SET. IPULASK Mrs. Russell Miles, , sr- The Mr. Pulaski Hotel is now open ",C ]LJr. I. . 1m-2-2 ]U[l|'y rivedparentsearly this week to v[t kw under new management. Mr..and, !taken charge. TIy eztend a besrty Hi. Pulaski. Illinois [ Mr, and Mrs. Ira Veafl went to welcome to all of Mr. Puhu and .-Tevhoe so. 99 Hvans on Wedmmlsy to vis/t rela- I vicinity. Prices are reasonable and Calls answezed provdptly atany tlves Mr. sad Mr William Wh/tt I they ask that every one me in sml be whlte The Demoet/c Party Ballot will be blu hour ofthe day or eight, t T' Scroggin Commmdty club will gt aequainte be held on Thursday eyeing March ' ' S4 iagmd of Fridly llt't,h , 194' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells return- Clam C. Tull,m:._...._County Clk. Ied Sunday from Columbus, Ohio, N A.Balding, MO. wh00nTh-y LIlkCOII0N l][htots 'f, M. J, W.  and Mm. A. the funeral of his cousin Mrs. Anus Wollum. Mrs. Wollum and her daugh- F. I)Wmver were Tuesday  ter visited in Mt. Pulaski a year or Eye, Ear, Nine andlLm00t in v.ffi=, so ngo .d m,e YOURS 1 ........ Bay year eat flowers sad potted ances while here. Fitted plaats for  st  G. Pes The Five Hundred dub met on ,,B_l, D)N LAY - Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. = .... roken Lens Duplicated Mr. and Mrs. C. "[. Turner were W. F. Binder. High honors went to ffico over Landauers Clothing Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. 3. W. Mann, second was award store his parents Mr. and Mrs. William de to Miss Katie Jenner and the con- [f one cannot buy one of the hose solation prize was given to Mrs. F. dish washers, try fastening a rubber Turner in Latham. A. Penniman. Miss Amelia Bumann hose on the hot water faucet, and hones: Office 10t8; Rea 1681 i - .... Miss Dorothy Leer, student nurse will be the next club hostes dishrinsingmop.aS ItnemayWaSheSnot wundwith sos sopyeasy, . PURE-BRED REGISTERED at St. John's hospital, Springfield, I but it is. The necessary hose will PERCHERON STALLION passed Sunday with her perent Mr. Among those from this city who I cost about ten centa. and Mrs. R. I. Leer. ttttended the funeral o Mrs. Susan JOHN D : E: Mischler at Springfield on Moada,' -- scissors kept No Iq56 i Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Manes and of this week were: Michael Schick, l A pair of inexpensive Bred by J. W. Thompson, of Stan. children, Bearsdale vicinity passed Miss Mary Katherine Schick, Miu fin the kitchen will save time in cut- ting such vegetables for SOUl and Sired by Forfeit Jr. 40974. Color, dark dapple gray, stand 18 heads high; and weighs 2000 pounds. He is a sure foal getter and sound. Illinois Certificate of Pure-Bred Per- eheron Stallion Renewal license No. Mrs. Ruthong entertain mere-[ KNOW ILLINOIS 1 Rl$ents of  bern of the MuGams club on y ] -- -- i cent more gasoline in 1931 afternoon. Five Hundred was .indulg-] Illinois had only ten incotdi 1930, or 1,047,687 gallo. ed in st three tables t wlgch thicitie s in 1850: Chicago, Alamo, I In the last five yeats I honors wre swarded to Mrs. Haxl i Springfield,  Pekin, Qzin-i ....... _, -- ..  ,m ,-, v. w.., ............ ., l"ien Trom D1nTJI T nlT ptam xecxers  Mrs. '. . ru. Xicy ' 101-1 U  am i next club hostess will be Mrs. Co. tRoc k Island. legator for boots and Snyder " l An vra of 35 ^^^Ch ..... [ Three members of the , I a g  tcago  i ..... --:"----- [pie daffy ask the tolethone eompz family of Atlanta, tmnem, ANNOUNCEMENT ]far the correct time. .I major te eorn-rowh Of Color of Primary Ballots at the  Primary Election to be held Kpril: ["1 1 ("1[ . 1h,A.D. 198inthe Comofi /i3' Logan and State of nlinois. ] ,aI. ,I, at,, ,,,F-I-,I The Republican Party Ballot will rd, Illinois. the week end with his 9arenas Mr. Dorothy Leaf, R. I. Leer, Miss Anna I salads which should not be chopped and Mrs. J. P. Manes. and 3ohn Fuhrer, Mrs. A. F. Dill- i , Celery for salad, may be cut in this 1983. JOHN D. will stand the season of 1932 at my barn in the west part of Mt. Pulaski at $I0 te insure mare in foal All care taken t prevent accidents, but will not be responsiple should any occur. THE PERCHERON STALLION T. L's. Choice Color, dark dapple rey, will stand Miss Barbara Phinney returmld home on Monday following a stay of several weeks in Springfield with h aunt Mrs. Wesley Hutchinson. Mrs. Mary E. Lucas has purchased a very late model Victor R. C. radio from the Sehafer Hardware com- pany. It was installed a few da ago. Buy your cut flowers and potted plants for Easter at E. G. Pblm-s store. Mrs. O.  mma  the eeason of 1932 on the same terms on Friday evening by a group of above, neighbors. It was a belated bihday RESIDENCE Photo 72 party that was pleasantly Imssed in T. L. Rothwell, a way. Mt Pulaski. IUinois . Members of the Christian church - ................ who will donate eggs to be sent to the DONOr GET UP NIGHTS Physic the Bladder with Junker Oil Drive out the impurities and excess that cause irritaticm, burning ad frequent desire. Juniper oil, bu- hu leaves, etc.. is contained in Bu- kets, the bladder physic. It works on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. Get a 2fw test box from any drug store. After four days if not relieved of "gettfng up nights" go .back and get your money. If you are bothered with backache or leg li caused from bladder disorders _u are bound to feel better after " Mt. Pulaski Theatre p & Hon. Phrch 20-2! The Thriils o [l" saver, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schwo- erer and Miss Mary Lang. i wy faster and more easily. Green peppers and pimentoes may be cut into strips for decorative purpom For potted plants and cat flowers for Easter see Mrs. E. G. Phimmy. A. F, Heller, one of our aged cit- izens is a patient in the Decatur and Macon county hospital where he re- cently submitted to an operation for the removal of a cataract from his eye. Mr. Heller was totally blind but now there is some hopes the sight of the eye will be restored. He recently had one eye removed. Mrs. Eva Correll from the state headquarters of the Illinois Farmers' Institute, will be present at the monthly meeting of the Mt. Pulaski Household Science club on Friday March 18. She will give a demonstra- tion and talk that should be seen and orphanage, are requested to have the i heard by every member. This will eggs at the Underhill meat market be an all day meeting with a pot luck not later than Wednesday Mar. 5. :dinner at noon. Members are asked .......... , to bring sandwiches and one prepar- Don't forget the "Kitchen" o be ed dish of fo. given on the Saturday afternoon be- fore Easter at the Times office. Because of the grat number of Leave your orders for colored eggs disasterous fires on farms this spring with Mrs. Chris Weller. Phone No. 8. the farm owners are cautioning their tenants to use every precaution and J. E. Dertinger. editor of the Bush- care to prevent fires. Many land nell Record and uncle of George Der- owners are alarmed over the praetie tinger of the Mr. Pulaski Township of some tenants in keeping ieab l High School faculty, was a visitor tors in the homes and they are asking, for a short time in Mr. Pulaski on them to use every nossible care as in Saturday. case of a farm fire, there would be .... very little fire protection. For potted plants and cut flowers - - for Easter see Mrs. E. G. Phinaey. Mrs. E. G. Phinney has a complete assortment of potted plants and cut The Three C's Community club held flowers for Easter. their regular meeting at the Rose Dell school house located about four L.L. Hargis, E. H. Beaver, D. L. miles east of the city, on Thursday Barr and George Derringer of the evening March 17. The men of the Mr. Pulaski Township High School club had charge :f the ::angements. faculty and John T. Hershey attend-. ed the opening games of the sectional The Delta Hand Pinochle club met basketball tournament in Springfield on Sunday evening in the home of on Wednesday evening. Lincoln, the' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Penniman, West district champions met Ashland the Jefferson street. The honors of the champions from their district in a evening were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Martin and Mrs. R. I. Leef. one-sided game defeating Ashland by the ecare of 48 to 8. Springfield won their opening flame against Pittsfield by the score of 36 to 22, Recent guests in the home of Miss Elizabeth Mayer ont The Two-in-One Bridge Club met on Wednesday evening in the home 0f Dr. and "Mrs. C. M. Merriman: [Candied fruits and raisins may be l-.ut for use in making desserts and reserves. If the kitchen table hasn't a por- celain top, linoleum may be used to advantage. One should select a pat- tern which will blend with the rest of the kitchen coloring. For instance, if the woodwork in the kitchen is yellow, and one uses blue containers, or curtain and furniture, select pattern in which there is much blue. If red and yellow is the favorite o- lor, one can always find a piece of linoieum in matching colors which will work in splendidly. $O:. VERY LATEST by Mary Marshall A, prons have come back into favor. There is an unusually large demand for them in the stcres and women are making aprons at home as they have not made them for many years. Se- veral readers recently have asked for help in making a simple child's apron, so here you are. The diagram shows how to make it. \\; i t I )) AA c I \\; ! . x \\; \\; E The dimem are: BO--I DX--0 XY---41 Cut with , D, It, lg cm s of the matMal. A.  t p around the   te o  B and It Y att  of strin to tie r  aroma! tim ist. Put on i podmt m tadieat Subscribe far Mt Pdadki Thrum T,he usual number of tables were in were, Miss Helen-Million, Delavan, pl and .the honors were on by Brian Shorney and Otis Law, Bloom- Mrs. Page Wddell and Dr. F. C. ington; Miss Louise McCarty and Van Hook'.' Miss Charlotte Flemmin, students at Wesleyan University at Bloo- For potted phmts ! et flowm ten. for  see  K G. Phlmy. .... I " The'first panel Of the Logan c,un- On Monday March "21, the Amert- ty circuit court petit Jury was ex- (.an Legion Auxiliary will hold an all cused on Monday, afternoon by 3udge day meeting, in the Legion roorn Frank Ldndley. The Juror who w Sewing for the hospital at Dwight to report on Tuesday morning wer will be the osculation. A  t notified by telepho not to report. noon will be served to which all m The second Imnel will be called later. asked to contribute. NOTICE A pleasant meeting of the Loyal Daughters Sunday school class of Candidates for directors of country the Christian church was held TuGs- school districts are not required to day afternoon in the home of Mrs. file petitions and statements of eano D. W. Ellis, North Washington st. didacy in advance of the annual The afternoon was devoted to needle school election. work and several conests were de- This law only effects districts hav- cided, the winners bing Mrs. T. A. ins boards of educations such as Scroggin and Mrs. Kenneth Weller. grade school district number 811 Mrs. J. F. Shonp will entertaJ_n the the Mt. lulaski Township Ht class at their vct meting. School district t MORT] i( :IANS Sheets Quality Service Costs No Mt. Pulaski and i OSCAR J. LEN Z Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician 510 Broadway Phone 1062 NOTICE! We have a buuch of slighdy used Pianos. good as new this vicinily tha: must be sold for balance due. range from 1t;4.0 up, includmg Players, Uprights and can be bought on very easy payments. For information write to ANDERSON PIANO CO. 211 North 5th St. Sprinfiel(, Illinois OF FLOUR COUNTRY y -Lb.  45c CLUB    87c SUGAR  25  $1.19 Iahat 1 lb. can 1Oc tCtFFIrl MIL/lnq   O vvmmmmmmm Sardines 4 ca, 2  ISoap : 5  14 .  ,Soap 3 --, 22c / iPumpkin 3  25 @ @ Super Sud  19e o. &orted Candy Bars 5 as', 14c COOKIES -i sulswlm"r e . .:  1 n S  12 lb. bx 19 Juiee 00-5c Qualitp Freak Fruits and Vegetables BANANAS LETTUCE 4"- 17 13c "FBBSD BUC: Mi Mi patient her echo FA Mr. and a sister Mrs. Jol with ! .aDl Mrs. Axt 3. Rid Rw Mr ! e e mt gi, ref Ed T next dmh-m Mrs. G number The A num Lincob Welb For So n receive once t week Horse o run The mind bered taken. time, t P b Pula I /