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AGE FOUR INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS A. F. lAPP SO8 IT. PULA.SX Dr. 6. S. Connelly MI. Pulaski. Illinois aTelehoe I/o. 99 Calls answered promptly at any hour ofthedav or night. * i | N A. Balding,, MD. Lincoln, Illinois N0se ........ Eye,00 ..... Throat Fitted Broken Lens Duplicated over Landauers Clothing store hos&apos; Office 1045; Res. 1681 PURE-BRED REGISTERED PERCHERON STALLION JOHN D. No 135586 Bred by J. W. Thomsm. of StaB. rd, Illinois. Sired by Forfeit Jr. 40974. Color, dark dapple gray, stand 18 hign; and weighs 2000 pounds. He is a sure foal getter and sound. Illinois Certificate of Pure-Bred Per- eheron Stallion Renewal license No. 198 JOHN D. will stand the season of 1932 at my barn in the wet part of Mt. PulMki at $10 t insure mare in foal &lleare taken to prevent accidents, not be responsiple should any PERCHERON STALLION L's. Choice Color, dark dapple grey, will stand ihe:eeuon of 1932 on the same terms I13 JClYe. RESIDENCE Phon 72 L. Rothwell, Mt. Pulaski. IUmois DBLL COMMUNITY CUB A  meeting of the Ro Dell CmmunitY Club was hold at the homm an Thursday oven,, b men of the club did the eaer- ,t aadohad areefthe eats. A abort business ssssn was ht4 j   time the following were I  to have charge 0 , the Aprti I  which will be the last of the ries: Mr. and Mrs EliaL Ewalt and Bernard Bs- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shull and and Mrs. Fred J. Stell. the evening a program was that consisted of a vocal solo Raymond Park" numbers by a quartette composed of P. A. F. E. Turley, Clarence Bow- Wilbur Stoll; readings by /Wands Schroth, Dorothy Operrnan nd Albert Shellhammer; instrument- duet, Frank Whitaker and Will ledneier; playlets, "Who's Who in e Home" by the Fair Haven sehoolt Yes Lucy" by the Laugher school  "Practical use for Peddlm on onday Morning" by the Rose Dell jhool. The program closed with the 0gne "Stage Struck" by Mrs. Ed- Schroth and Miss Hariette ee. "red t)itdid orchestra music renae out the evening was a most feature. HOUS]HOLD SCIENCE CLUB o The an day meeting of the Mr. Household Science club on & Electric Co., who gave a very talk on Parties and lrty e program hurriedly arrange ia : of a reading by Mary Ka- Meister; vocal duet by Mrs. Beidler and Mrs. Fred May- , Miss Lillian Ey; piano by Mrs. Oorwe Beidler; vocal arl reading by Bett Corne an original dialogue entitled Rag" by Mm. G. F Wait and C, W. UFp, and a playlet with i. Carl and Mrs. F,d Dittus. M. and Mrs. Henry A guessing contest was won by Mrs. Paul 0ridder. Nlk liT, t'UI,AgKI  tiT. P ULAgKi. ILLINOIb .............. ""  ............. KNTIT T AT ELKHART . 8 , a | the Elkhart High School by Rph I  Waldo Emerson and Hal O'H  from radio station WLS of N........----- .............u........m..n.e......-.-.---.-- .... This program will begin at 8 o'e.t0 E&t at Mr. Pulaski Hotel. Meals Mra. WilIisn Jackson of Kenney and there will be an entertainment 30c, Sunday Chicken dinner 40c. vicinity visited several dalag w of one and one-half hom _ with her sister Mrs. Harry Wells You have heard of Ralph Waldo Mi Atom Roth will  the Emers a. staff organist of WLS, Gild at the home of Mrs. Mrs. "Martha Lucas who is staying First mate of the WLS Showtmt, Wdter Schser on Tuesday March . in Chicago this winter with her son in "Judge Emerson's court, as Uncle Earl and family es, me Tuesday even- John Erlevmch, well ko,w'a, aged ing to attend the funeral of Irvin Harvey and also as the 'Old Timer.' You have heard Hal O'Hallorn, t, is quite seriously Ill in  Eminmr on Wednesday afternoon. home in tthe aothern part of the city. i Mrs. Lucas will remsi over Easter I the baritone soloist of WLS, also known as "Daddy Hal", 'Ole ', also in - Sunday with another son MIh.tm the National Barn Dance programs. De not forgot the K.ihe to b and family. Surely, fter he&rin them ova' held tim Saturday afternoon helm the air you will he interestod in Euter at the Time Oflie Oz'  EASTER FOOTWEAR t seeing them in person and listening your olorod eggs by pho  The newest cretlom in  to their entertainment to be giwm Ghrls Welie. [Footwear, $&fi0 to $5.N. March 29, 1932 at the Elkhart High 1 RETHABER SHOE 8TORE School. You n afford to miss this Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Frr, Chica Lino Illinois opportunity. were week end guests in the homo This entertainment is being pon- of hia mother Mrs. Mary Fryer and Mr George Beidler expects to fro ed by the Methodist Church. tere Miss Cosett Fryer and Mrs. to Ch the laer vrt o the :o:-- Effie Zimmermann. week to attend the annual card party TOPICS USED IN CONTEST -- and dance given under the auspices EASTER FOOTWEAR of the Chicago Society of Theatre Below is listed the topics to be The newest creatioas in ptil Organists to be held on Saturday used in the extempore speaking con- Footwear, $3.50 to $5.00. March 26 in the tropical room in the tests of the Logan County High RETHABER'S SHOE ffroRB . Medinah Athletic club on Michigan School Literary association to be Lined Illinois Ave. Mrs. Beidler, who is an accom- held in April in the Mr. Pulaski plished musician, m a member of the Township. High School. The mEting of the Literary Unit of society. The toies listed are all discumed the Mr. Pulaski Woman's club w,hl- in the December, January and llbm- uled for Friday afternoon March 5, Among the relatives and friends ary 1931-1932 numbers of the Re- has been postponed to a date to be from out of the city present at the era' D4gest. announced later, funeral of Irvin Eminger on W December Number--- day afternoon were Earl Eminger, Wolfe, W. Boron, "Don t Wait to NOTICE Maywcod; Mrs. Martha Latcas, Chi-Live" FP I-I/. I am not responsible for debts cago; Mrs. Adda Beard and sou "Black Gold and Red Ink" pp 122- made by anyone except mylf. 'Clarence Beard, Germantown, Ohio; 131. CLARENCE ROMER I David Frank. Mrs. Eva Danner, Mr. *Banchard, Sherman, "Preetdet and Mrs. Eli Huston, Mrs. Claude Harding: A Reappraisal" pp 186-188. The Ladies' Aid Society of Zion Dran Decatur; Mrs. Ella Schenck, Gavit, John Plmer, "A Ev. Lutheran chur will meet in Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Schenek and Mr. Neighbor---Dwight Morrow p the basement of this church on and Mrs. C. D. Schev, ck, Maroa. Skelton, Alexander, "Pun Down Thursdgy rnoon March 31. Mrs. the Wan" pp 207-209. Harry Wells will be the  Holy Week services at St. Thomas January Numbe- Aquina Catholic ehu2e included Plynn, John T., qSootleg Gano- Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Edwards and the usual Lenten erviee on Wednes- line", pp II-I$. son and Mr. and Mr Trunmn Pu- day evening at 7:80 o'clock. On Good Sokolsky, George E., "Japan 1Ntees t man, Springfield were Sunday guests Friday afternoon from 2 to 3 o'clock the W--tern World" pp 23-25. in the home af the ladies' brother the service will consist of a sermon Vorsodi, Ralph, "We Can t and family Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gope- and the statiom of the croos to eo- late Prosperity" PP b84. l lnd, Fast Cook  memorate tha Thee Hem, s AgeWF.  Musiy,   "AI tlm High Mass on Easter Sunday morn- Planets Populated?" pp 96-9'/. A Roundel will be held in the base- ing will be at 8:30 o'clock i of Evav, Elizabeth Glendower, "Mr. ment of the Methodist church an at 7 o'clock as reviously announcL Justte Brandeis. the People's - Tuesday afternoon Mach 29. Th Rev. R. C. Lane the pastor will con- bune" pp 98-100. 'program will begin promptly at :80[duct the servioee. [ February Number-- o'clock. The hotesaes extend a v0 Clae, Stuart, "Declaration of In- dial invitation to all. ] EASTER FOOTWEAR i dlenee" pp 4-45. l Smand, Frank H., "War [ The newest ereatio in Slht Wi Never Be Pai. ]p %9. Mrs. Anna Glose has purchased the Mrs. Caroline Snyder cottage on north ] Footwear. $3.50 to $5.00. Tetlow, Henry, 'rhe Twilight of RETHABER SHOE STORE Vine street. Mrs. Snyder had lived in' Big Business", pp 8-30. the cottage may years but owin to Li  Gale, ona, "Breeding", pp 3446. Whe Un- - MeAdoo. William G., her advanced years, she now maium i her home with her son F. B. Snyder.' Mrs. Harry Well was pleasantly known Woodrow Wilson". , surprisal on Thursday evenin by a Ptterson, eeman E., "Insurar'e I EASTER FOOTWEAR . group of her frtend who amdfled The newest creations in Spring I in her home to honor her on the aeea- i sloB of her birthday anniversary. Footwear, $3.50 to $5.00. i The everdng was panmed cially and RETHABER'S SHOE STORE IAncla. nlino i at. cards, the honors at the latt be- mg awarded to Miss Jennie Hassett ' Mrs. J. A. Buckles, Mr. and Mrb. :and Mrs. Annna Cryan. All cont,- Charles" Kemmer and Mrs. Jennie buted to lhe delicious refreshm C<peland were in Decatur on Wed- ! served at a later hour. Mrs. William I Jackson of Kenney was an out of the nesday visiting the fomner's sister Mrs. Betty Buckles. Mrs. Buckles has ! city guest present. been ill but is now somewhat ira- HELP TO BUILD YOUR TOWN proved. I Orvil township in the nrthern part I Every dollar spent in it helps ev- of Logan county will vote on the pro- eryone. Try and eat a meal at our positioa to bolish th foil tax at the hotel. Bring your family and friends election on Aprl] S. . N. Rakemaker in to dine. Meals 30c, Spial - is the democratic candidate for road day dinner 4}. commissioner and John M. Jans i We are going to operate a hotel the republican candidate, which we hope will be a credit to __ Mt. Pulaski. Robert Rau and family who have We solicit your lg. been living in Austin Township in MT. PULASKI HOTEL Macon county, have moved to the E.E. Darling, Mam. city an are occupying the Mrs. Ida Field cottage on North Marion He is trucking milk from this vicin- ity to the cheese factory at Kenney. At a district farm bureau m held in Bloomington on Wednesday, attracted a good sized crow the following dates were allotted to Eva Correll of Springfield who Logan county to hold Farmers' In- on the program for a demon-titutes: Lincoln, Nov. 22; Chestnut, and talk, was unable to be  Dec. 6;: New Holland, Dec. 7 and Era- Fortunately, however, the den Dec. 8. Legume growing and vo- Was able to secure Mi cpevative marketing discussions Altic :f the Central Illinois were asked for this county. EASTER FOOTWEAR The newest ereatiorm in Spring Footwear, $3.50 to $5.00. RETHABER SHOE STORE Lincoln, Illinois The following item was clipped from the Lincoln Curier: "GUS Stuart of Mr. Pulaski the bemeta led young fellow who served as man- ser for Mt. Pulaski's basketlm teams for a couple of years, has won his numerals as a freshman wrestler at the University of Illlnoi Houghton of Atlanta was among the versit leer wtn=.  Against 10,0000 Hazards  PP 101-I05. DON'T GET UP NIGHTS Physic the Bladder with Juniper Oil ! Drive out the impurities and excess dd that cau irritation, lmrning and frequenb desire. Juniper oil, bu- ehu leaves, etc.. is contained in Bu- kets, the bladder physic. It works on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. Get a 25c test box from any drug store. After four days if ut relieved of "getting up nights" go back and get your money. If you are bothered with backache or leg Imi caused from bladder disorders you are bound to feel better aider . m EASTER The aeweet ereatio in Sla4 Footwear, $$.50 to $5.. PISTTrlONS FILED Pet/t/on to probate the will o  the late Herman H. Dierker, well known retired farmer who died in 12ncoln on March 9, was filed in the Log county probate court o Wednesday. Listed is 160,000 in  esta and $I,000 in personal property. The wi- dew Mrs. Marie Dierker arm son August Dierker were named exeeu. tore. Legal heirs  the widow aad the following children: Mrs. Wter Schreedez, Mlssee Marie and ?era4 Derke t Herman,  Aurar; Vincmt and Henry Dierker and George Cress and six Margaret Nola sole bes flciary of the late Dr. E. Q Nolu was named extrlx f the estate i ,probate eot, when petitions to Lmte the tete were fllsd o Satmy. PP'S MORE SMILES Per Mile lllico Gasoline. Oils and Also Co-oil Globe, Batteries Battery = Goodrich Tires and Tubes Repair and Service Prices Right H. L Mt. Pulaski, [Pho. 226 The Sheets MORTICIANS Sheets Quality Service Costs No Mt. Pulaski and OSCAR J. LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician 510 Broadway Phone NOTICE! We have a bunch of slightly used Pianos. good as new in this vicini,y that must be sold for balance due. PriceS range from $40 up, including Players, Uprights and Grands, can be bought on very easy payments. Vor information write to ANDERSON PIANO CO. 211 North 5th St. Springfield, Illinois KROGER' [ASTIR SP[01AL8 RETHABER'S SHOE STORE Lincoln Petters Local No. 116 Benefit Coffee Jewel Golden Bourbon Santos 3 lb bag Assorted Ceam Whipped Cream Eggs 5 for 15e Chocolates Lb. 19 1 Soap Chips ' FR'E pk S,m,me Cleanser with ea p ' Krogers 2 Lge Bx 25c Soap Flakes Pkg 19 Campbell's Pork & Beans Country Club 4 Cans 22 Pumpkin 3 lg cans 2. Country Club Finest Country Club Corn 3 No. 2 cans  Apltragu ' 2 rnd Follies of 1932 Grand Theatre Lincoln, IH. Country Ch,b or Delmonte Fresh Smoked Sugar cured picnic Frankfurters lb. 10c Wondernut Oleo 3 Lbs 25c l l Latonia Club 24 oz. Bottle Ginger Ale 1 0C Minstrel Pineapple N 1-2 cans, Sliced or Plain Bread 1 Lb. Loaf i 50 II Country Club Sliced or Halves Peaches Blue Goose California Navels MARCH 30 - 31 75 - All Home Peop!e - 75 Four Big Acts Rocky River Lemon Lime Soda Oraages ]2e and 50Size Dz. Fancy Box Winesap Apples 4 lbs 25c Laugh and Chuckle Like Never Before Florida Seedless Lge " Size Grapefruit ,t for Don't miss this Big Hit of the Season California Iceburg Lettuce 2 solid hds 15C 4