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PAGE TWO iJ I County News I John A. Gidet, 69. shot. himself at his residence in Lincoln, Tuesday afternoon. He had previously threat- ened suicide. A thief stole $72 from the safe of the Liberal Loan Co.. i:" r :m&apos;oln Monday night. 0 ." = Oratl tt tL-'-  :. n,,.[:! le4 on the C:,: ..... b.-. 'nl ilavana bran=h ,,T ',e illinois Centdal rail- road after contimcus operation since the railroad was built. Mflligan-Norris Suit Filed J. D. Milligan vs. J. B. Norris, as-! sumpsit, for $1200, is the title of a J xew suit filed for the May term of circuit court here by Attorney W. J-/ Reardon of Pekin. t Prof. Lake's Will Filed Petition to probate the estate of the late Prof. Elmer S. Lake, of Lin- eMn College, has been filed in pro- bate court, listing $15,000 in real i "i estate and $1,000 personal propmty @ ,.---..-- LATHAM HAS CONCERT. The combined orchestras of Wel- don. Latham and Deland presented a concert in Latham Thursday night under the direction of Prof. Harry lerry of Lincoln. This was the first of a series of hree concerts, the next to be ore- ranted in Deland May 4. --:O." NEW L. L. S. A. MANAGER H. M. Adams of Decatur, has bebn named manager of the Lincoln Live- stock Shippers association to succeed Harry Eberle, who will devote his full time to the Cream association. Mr. Adams was formerly farm ad- viser in Shelby County. :O t" AIR LINE FARES REDUCED BY HALF ] George Wasi TtIE 51T. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS :,gton Rode in i ii:: <_, The ancient vehicle in which Wash ington rode to his fi:'_:_ inauguration in New Ycrk has been preserved by the Frank Historical Society. Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier The massive monument beneath which lie the re:t:ah: of one of Amer- ica's war heroes whose name nobody knows has just been comple:ed in Virginia, in sight of the Nation's The average passe.get fate per mite on American air lines has tire"peal to one-half of the rate in effect two years ago, the average ow being about 6.29 cents per mile, the Aeronautics Branch Department: of Commerce, announced April 15. NEW DEAN ENGAGED AT LINCOLN COLLEGE in federal court the National Cemetery at Arlino=tom I capital. Lincoln Man Named By Federal Jury J George Ryan, former teller at the Lincoln-National bank. was indicted for embezdeTrent of g15,540 of the bank's funds by the federal gra:d jury at Peoria which completed its investigations Saturday. Trial of the Ryan case will be held in Springfield in I June. according to Peoria dispatches. - o * Big 12 Contestants Will Number 1200 Twelve hundred student's repre- i senting high schools in Blooming- l ton, Springfield, Decatur, Mattoon Champaign, Urbana. Streaor, Pe- oria, Pekin, Lincctn and Danville will eomlmte in the annual literary, music and athletic events of the Big I Twelve conference in Lincoln May 6 and 7. THURSDAY APRIL 28, I Prof. B. C. Moore, one of the out- nding educators of the state, will take the position as dean of the Lin- coln College faculty. The recent death of Prof. E. S. Lake. who had been the dean since 1921 made this necessary. O Push Highway Work Near Hartsburg Rapid progress is being made on Route 121 northwest of Lincoln by J. I All individual events are heduted C. O'Connor and Sons. Fort Wayne Indiana, general contractors. I for the first day and on Saturday Two large concrete mixers, one morning, May 7, 550 students wilt compete in the glee club contests in caterpillar loist and four carloads i the Lincoln Community High School of steel and road material were un- loaded in Hartsburg over the week-!gynmasium and an additional 200 will vie for hono on the Woodlawn end. i Abutments and piers of the Su -Itrack in the afternoon. gar Creek bridge have already been The auditorium of three churches comoleted and a "20 foot span bridge will be used Friday, May 6 during the day and that evening a splendid musical program will be presented to the public in the high school gTm- nasium. The latter program wit! in- elude contestants in all vocal solo events. :O ." SHOW PROGRESS ON HOFFMANN PROJECT Stockholde- oe B,nk Merchants State bank of Centralia, Lincoln High Wins against a judgmenl; of the "circuit Second Ill ls Held Liable court of Marion county, assessing them various amounts on the stock Deposiuws in defunct state banks they formerly oxmed. Coch Spears' Lincoln ters took one first, six will be able to collect many thousands In giving the decision the curt a variety of thirds vo place of dollars from former stockholders held that a stockholderc carmot be held with 29 points and of the banks under a ruling given by liable for the liabilities of the bank Springfield trailed with 13 the Illinois supreme court Saturday. incurred before he became a stock- a triangular meet at : Stockholders. the court held, are holder nor for those incurred after Saturday. , responsible for all debts ncurred by be ceased to be such a stockholder. Springfield captured firsts the bank while they own the stock. -:o but two events--the 120 This liability does not end when a TO DRAW PETIT JURY hurdles in which Radmacher 4 stockholder sells the stock but con- outclassed the field and the tinues until the debts are paid off by which was won by Loeser the bank Judge Frank Lindley, after a re- shans. While the ruling will be of benefit cess of several weeks, reconvened Tumilty, Lincoln's dash t<, depositors in closed banks, banking circuit court Monday afternoon and by inches to Green of S authorities here said that the decision expects to wind up affairs of the the century and also placed would make the sale of bank stocks January term this week. in the 220. Running last in and the reorganization of banking in- Petit jurors for the May term will he gained more than 10 stitutions extremely difficult, be drawn this week. The May term Green but was unable to The decision was given on an ap- opens on May 16 when the grand the first three Red and i peal of former stockholders of the jury reports, f .artists had accumulated. is being constructed a mile north- west of Hartsburg. Many tractors and gding machines are working atog the right-of-way and about fifty men are now employed and mere will probably arrive this week. :O  Lincoln H. S. District Reduces Budget $10,000 The budget of Lincoln Community High School district No. 404 was cut pproximately $10,000. or 11 per cent, to $79,500 by a unanimous vote of the board in special session Friday night. The board discussed each salary and the reductions range from ap- proximately 15 .or cent among high- or-salaried teachers to a minimmn of five per cent Principal W. C. Handlin, who is just cpleting the first year of a Yhree year contract, voluntarily re- luced his own salary ten 0er cent. Janitors Charles Hirman. Syl- ester Hall, ttar;y Huds eth and Vitliam McChesney and Secretary . H. Larson were re-engaged at a ut  10 per cent in salary. John b]aurer was re-nmed treasurer. Good progress was made last week by the G. E. ttoffman Construction Company ,f Lineal> ie excavatin for the subway under the Illinois Terminal railroad ca Route 121. tmrth of the Staley viaduct near De- BUD N' BUB Keys Named Head of Beason School Board The board of education of the! Beason community High School at .t organization meetin last week: Harold Keys was elected president and Mrs. Ether Schoth. secretary. Other members are C. C. Brom. B. P. Brown and Frank GeMbach. At this meeting the women teach- ors were offered their contracts at a reduction of 20 per cent. The jan- itor has been re-hired at $60, a re-i duction of $25 per month. I 10 [ I,INCOLN LAKES GRANTED CHARTER I The Lincoln Lakes Comoany, 3 !Scully building has been granted a 'charter by the State of Illinois to operate a bathing beath and pleas- ure resort. Authorized capitalization is $30.000. Buy your Milk of Magnesia AT I Povb Pexa]l I Or. Store i ?URE-BRED I{E(I1s'rERED PERC HERON STALLION joI- [N D. No t ::56 Bred by J. W Thompson. of Stan fo,d. /,.::ls. gired y F,rfeit Jr. 4(*974. _.:Jr ." .: ::e ray, stand 18 hands higr,; find weighs L8100 pounds. H  u t,re foal getter and sound. IiiinoCerti:]ea,e, of Pure-Bred Per- en Stallion Renewal license No. 1'3. JOHN D. will :- a'A the season of |9:2 at my barn in the of Mr. Pulaski at $10 te insu: :c , : foal eatur. [ c:..:e ta::.c , t : :.-. .. :eh.S. The dnag--line is working north of!,,h .... n ,,. the raih-oad tracks amt has excava- occu. ted a hole almut 20 feet dee and 40t or 5,0 feet snuare close to the traTks, .... PE,. It,,,,,(), . L. 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