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._.--.---.-. (Continued from Page 1) The matter of day olice was tabled for future consideration. Applications and bonds for three taverns were approved and accepted, licenses to be granted to Otto Allison, Francis J. Mann and K. W. Bradshaw. In the matter of billard and pool rooms, the applications of William Robbins and C. H. Unland were approved and accepted. The following committees were announced: Waterworks -- West, Buckles, Copeland. Finance---Voile, West, Bertoni. Streets and Aleys-- Copeland, Voile, Bertoni. Police---Bertoni, Ey, Ickles. Public Buildings and Grounds-- Ey, Volle, Copeland. Fire Department--West, Ber- toni, Buckles. Ordinance, Printing, Auditing-- Buckles, Ey, Copeland. Street Lights--Voile, West, Ey. Liquor Commissioner--William F. Binder. Board of Health--William F. Binder, chairman, Charles Sh- mitz, clerk and health officers; I. George S. Connelly, Dr. C. E. Hildreth, Charles Kemmer, mem- bers of the beard. Is your subscription paid up in advance ? If not, why not ? [ I THEATRE -- CIANTON JJ LAST TIMES FRIDAY II FRED ASTAIRE ! . |,Second Chorus'. II SATURDAY, APRIL 26 DOUBLE FEATURE )ink Trout Carol Hughes Feature No. 2 @@ mS lliam Lundiqan Marie Wrixon SUN.-MON. APRIL 27-28 TUES.-WED APRIL 29-30 JOB-DAYS Salary $240.00 if lob is no* ac- cepted April 23rd LTTLE THURS.-FRI. MAY I-2 SHERIDAN "f RENT GOOD RAINS IN THIS SE6ION LAST "EEK This section was visited by good rains both Friday and Sat- urday. The trianglar farm area of Latham, Warrensburg and Illi- opolis was the scene of muc-h damage to buildings as the re- sult of a tornado Saturday, which was the 14th anniversary of the great storm that leveled corn- land, the tornado passing along !the southern city limits of Mount Pulaski. While vegetation has been making much progress, sev- eral days have been chilly, and this Thursday morning with a temperature reading of 40 de- I gree.s above at 6 a.m., there was a frost which soon disappeared on account of the bright sunshine. DRY CLEANING pLaNT SCENE OF ANOTHER FIRE son Francis, Otto Blocs and daughter Ruth, Misses Minnie and Nellie BloCs, Misses Elizabeth and Clara Woelfel, Mrs. Minnie Beck- er, Mrs. Frank Kiest, Miss Amelia Bollin. 17th DISTRICT MEETING HELD IN F.JRBURY The annual spring meeting of the 17th district Federation of Women's Clubs was held Thurs- day, April 17, in the Methodist church in Fairbury. Mrs. R. R. Fairchild, Normal, retiring presi- dent, presided. Mrs. George Smith of Eureka was elected as the new president. Over 200 women were in attendance. Those attending the convention from Mount Pulaski were Mrs. I Lorah Z. ipp, president of the Logan County Federation of Wo- .men's Clubs, and Mrs. Paul F B e i d 1 e r, district membership Shortly before 7 o'clock last chairman. _ _ Thursda: evenin the fire depart- One new club, the cnenoa en- Y g ...... [or Woman's Club, was admitted ment was called to tne ount FU- ] " - ..... ;th  Beidler ........ ant on South J to memoersmp, w . . IasK1 Dry cleaning px . . - -,-^ -- Washington street where the same presenting tnem zo ut u,,- old troublesome chimney w a s Federatmn. again the cause of a fire, the third ]  handi one during the past several I Cangreat,,aat:lt%iTt,,,aan ab- : months. Fire was noticed under i rrblng''. serial of a girl's 1o the roof over the boiler room, but j and struggle for happiness, by the was quickly put out with only a lfamou s author Katharine Newlin small loss  Burt Don't miss the first hU-  ment in next week's issue of n: ........ FUNERAL OF I American Weekly, the __,ga xxrUrL,  I .... u -" with next weeks ;m- LLING dislrto tee MISS MINNIE C. KE Ida- Chicago Herald-American- a ] Y Relatives and friends from , distance who came to Mount Pu-} laski Thursday April 17, to at- Members of the Twentieth Cen- tend the funeral of Miss Minnie tury club were entertained last C. Zelling, were as follows: Thursday by Mrs William B. Jen- elleville--Mr. and Mrs. George ner at her home on Garden street. F Kelling. !Five Hundred was played, the Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs- Edward prize awards going to MiSS Anna Dehner and daughter Miss Edna, ! Fuhrer, Mrs Lena Schafer and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brooker and! J GOFF FUNERAL HOME J 'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 _ C LASSIFIED SECTION Found--thls section of the Timee- you want. Hundreds of others have found ti to be trine---why apt you? ROOMS FOR RENT--Suitable for light housekeeping or living-and sleeping room. Only three avail- able. Hot water at all timeS. Times Apartment Hotel. FOR sTwo good electric light fixtures; one coal oil range, in excellent shape; one- half mile wire hog fencing, new. --Mrs. Mino Allspach, Phone 47 Orange. FOR RENT---Three room apart- ment with private bath. Mrs. Glenn Oglesby. Furniture Sale---Watch for Her- shey'$ sale of second hand fur- niture. See next week's ad for full particulars. FOR SA---150 Assorted chicks, 4 and 5 weeks old; mostly Leg- horns. 8c each. First come, first s e r v e d. Chestnut Hatchery, Phone 57. FOR SALE---Ford Roadster, Mod- el T, Mileage about 2500. 5 gooG tires. Paint good. Engine fine. Phone or see J. W. BUck- enstaff, 610 S. Spring street. Mount Pulaski. ALTERATION and REPAIRING o f clothes a t home. Charles! HYBRID SEED CORN -- Crow's Fant, Phone 214. AT THE C00PS for ! the coming week--another large I shipment of Dunlap, Premier, I Blakemere and Mastadon straw- I I berry plants. Get your ground ready for these fine fresh-d.ug.. [ plants and phone 74 and we win put your order on our book and call you when they come. Also another fine lot of Bridal Wreath spirea just arrived. 20 cents each for large 2 to 3 feet shrubs. Plant out a few peach trees--they bear the second year. We have fine 5foot trees: 35c each or 3 for $1.00. Can fur- nish Elberta, J. H. Hale, Late Crawford, Indian Blood Cling and Orange Cling. Fine apple, cherry, pear and plum at 50c each. You'd better get out your shade tree We have received Chinese  at $I.00 each. A large shipment of Field grown Tomato plants will arrive this coming week. Will sell 10c do Place we will call up. 74. dependable hybrid. Have small supply of choice corn on hand. Everett Ferry, 3 miles southeast of Mount Pulaski. AM IN NEED of good breeding bulls, see Dick Brown, 8 niles south and 2 mileS west of Mount Pulaski. CASH PAID fur dead horses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals removed free. Call Dr. C. M Merriman, phone 15. FOR SI0 Ibs. or 15,000 Ibs. home grown Baby Golden pop- corn. Also popcorn popped for special occasions. Leave orders at Schick's Shoe Shop or Mount Pulaski Theatre. RusseU Buck- lea PARTS AND SERVICE for anY make vacuum cleaner. Also new and used cleaners. Homer Lane, phone Della M. Anderson. At the next social meeting )-s. Albert F. Dillsaver will be the hostess. The Ladies' Aid Society of St. John's Lutheran church will meet i at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, May 1, at the home of Mrs. Mary Langen- bahn on North Belmont street. Miss Margaret Tierney, daugl%- ter of Stephen Tierney liSng three miles west of the city, ho had been offered a contract to teach the fifth grade of the Mount Pu- laski grade school, has accepted a position in Elkhart to teach the ourth and fifth grades in the grade school. Miss Ruth Ann Hill of Decatur has been employed for the Mount Pulaski position. Rev. and Mrs)Ray O. Zumstein and two children are visiting in Olney with her parent, i also visit in FairvieW mother. Rev. Zumstein, i St. John's Lutheran be absent from his ices the next two "$1.00 to $3.00 PAID DEAD HORSES & (exact price siz and We Also Pay for Dead Rendering & Fertilizer Corn Lincoln, Illinois Phone: Lincoln 3 Reverse Clmrg You Your F,rst Fly... Remember, as the fly paper grabs the fly, so V'[=I, e t t suit seizes dlr# and aerms I  t'e!  Senfis% fell us fhat the germs of the corn ,[  coJd. of contagions of many kinds, are carr, ed.; . clothes. Ne lime your suit looks soiled, wonder a ,rw, i m where the come ,t has been from dusty chairs, from brushing against soiled surta L from mingling in iosflinq crowds The atmosphere . laden with greasy, gummy, infected grime . . * tmere I Here is yo:r protection --the cleaning L   % used by us dlssoi es and destroys qerm lifel This wl pours fhroucjh your cloes in hundreds of gallons, n'   inq your garments clean, sanitary, sterile ,R t t Ii, , ' Ume Cleaning done by the Mount Pulaski Cleaners n_r  ern methods satisfies not only your pride in appearab 1 but also your desire for protection against did, aqait  ' germs, and against disease. --iF  M011NT PIILESKI 0LEANEII00 PHONE 227 CAR. MANUFACTURERS Recommend fhat new cars as well as old should balanced. TIRE MANIIFAOTURERS Recommend that when new fires are put on a car be balanced to cjive maximum wear and service. Because OUT OF BALANCE WHEELS HERrS WHY YOUR WHEELS NEED DYNAMIC rmm mlam  indepede -t o! sttic. - so clJuuted fl p:eset zecjMUm of rotti. BALANCE-MASTER corrects Tb mackm balan m,hine mmm you o lck aud balau mmiuabis. Tke en amount of weight requed in ounc and the ez t which   wluml to place wgh, e all o all now cam ald b kept in balaace to pmveat the to tke mtim kem ud meehanlam- Fred Holmes PHONE 325 MOUNT