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:-AY, AY 1 1941 S.E. Munson Named at Meet of the of Physicians at last week in Boston, he attended. was a former well Pulaski physician, this city about 40 and located in Spring- he lives at 712 South and maintains of- PAdgley bank building. to this high position nation's physicians a climax to a long and career during which has been active in na- egional and state medical year he retired from of the Illinois State Dr. Muson has the American Col- since 1922, and .a diplomte of the board of internal medi- asidiary=- of the college. last fifteen years he has of the Illinois juris- the organization. CHESTNUT D. McVicker, son of Mr. L. A. MeVicker left for the army in- in Chicago. toll won second in and Blanche won second in the at the 10th an- Quest for Wal- held at Springfield. 1,500 persons at- high school mar- by WiN afternoon. He five games he Leslie Matheny. women held an sale in Decatur Mrs. Alvin Rentschler supper guests Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Hen- daughter Norma Laura Evans and hrother and wife, John leuschafer of Calif. The latter are 1Teuschafer home. Drake entertained club at her afternoon. rural school held Sunday at the A basket dinner was with a large crowd Trab inRY Woman t. ever worn by  rohbly worn by e Great of Russia at in 1762. This was length and required 50 support it. to $3.00 PAID FOR HORSES & CATTLE" "act ..PHce depending on k -e and condition) "---Lt'av for Dead Hocjs F,.cR.2nderincj & ' ",,zer Company L_incoln, Illinois Lco 6 md ' ChargeL 9 LOANS |I00 .,.. TO REPAY if2 Money 00I0.o00 00ontmy Money Monthly - IIR. Include Principal t -, on Monthly ]Balance $150, 2% % to $300 Not Be Paid For. h Advanced. ts Reduced. enti. Nearby Towns" THin MorTar pULASKI TIMES-NEWS. M OLN,r PULASKI, ILLL-OIS PAGE ELEVEN Truckload of Riding Horses to Columbus, Ohio I theMrs.dinner'Ralph :[ler of Riverton, !coalfeet. last week at a depth of 27 , who formerly lived here. is report- Dr. Shearl says the present Younq Joe Hurter, Jr. s srown chare'crmq -*tee add e hors- es which ne aa R. H. Henson of Kenney snied to Columbus. -:ed to be on the way to recovery 'following a major operation in a Springfield hospital. APPRECIATION We wLsh to take this means of fl! expressing our thanks and appre- ciation to our neighbors and friends who helped remove our furnishings from our hme which was recently destroyed by fire. We also wish to gve our thanhs to those who gave te shower of household gifts. To all who helped us in any way we are very thank- ful. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bryson, Jr and daughter Harleen. WOULD FORCE SALE OF REAL ESTATE Legislation which would require Illinois county officials to foreclose alt real estate on which taxes have been unpaid for five yars is rec- ommended in a report just submit- ted to Governor Dwight H. Green by his Advisory Committee on [Taxation. Under this plan such l foreclosed property would be sold at auction and the purchaser would receive a clear title. T h e Committee also recom- shaft will be sunk from its pres- ent 100 foot depth to the 275 foot !depth at once by Frank McDonald of Springfield, and that another shaft will probably he started within a short distance of the first. Contractor Bowden disclosed that the Vein wau covered by a 20-inch cap rock and 2 feet of slate, factors which would be fav- orable for workings. ....................... JOSEI'H McCUI,LOUGH IS ELECrED NEW CAI'TAIN At a meeting of Lincoln College cage ]ette[znen held last week Jo- seph McCullough, a guard, was elected captain of the 1941-42 col- lege basketball squad, succeeding his brother Bernard. who ha served in that capacity the past seaon. The young men played their prep basketball with the Mount township high school basketeers. The family moved to Lincoln during 1940, where their father, Mark McCttl- lough, is a member of the com- munity high school faculty. Ohio, the first of the wee. mended that state and local gov- ernments curtail expenditures as larence Schilling, superv.isor, lmuch as they can to keep from '-  traacted business here Weanes- [ using material and manpower .... ,.tlh i day. w [ needed by the national defense (,.;U KIN I.2Ii lJ = i Mrs. G. R. Batter ton and aoW-lprogra.. .__.___---'!rence Hart left Wednesaay_m *o ] ...... " -  : in for joneSboro, Arlana,  . , , , . , ^Ibert Hart left Lincoln Sun-  g. +h th farmer's brother wholIDISCO,ERS COAL VEIN AT ] day night with the Io.ganTenCn.",was)'"d by tractor fuel. His EDGE OF A'II2LIAMSVILLE I' troop to CamPbSnrreS,eanr, s se; chances for recovery are sln:w R.C. Bowden of Springfield, a wnere ne wm s, z i mma Jean Oglesby wtn t " drillin contractor, in core drill z m the arm5 " su rior in a v'ce " "" .... *'r rls ranked pe test on the Dr. J. M. Shearl farm l e orkers on the hard roau ,, '" h school contest for vo- _ ._ .............. .__ I Th " . --^a-- to recent hlg ..... o at tne nortneast cge ox wunam I are getting macmnery r.y el trio representing Mount -u,,- " .......... ed a "/ foot vein of l start laying slab about My 10: k high school, mue, u., -.z , Alvin Day attend a My st Col Ann Ranthum. small "n el Shrine meeting m pla gn daughter of Mr. and Mrs% _Le_wis Wednesday night. . .. Ranthum was badly ournea w[:: Several farmers are pianung she swallowed some lye, one uay corn. last week. Fred Bohn is installing gas number of Masons at- tended the meeting of the local tarks at his filling station which A large is locaetd along the hard road. Masonic lodge last Tuesday night The ground is drying fast and The Eastern star ladies serves Highest Cash Prices PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS PROMPT SERVICE --CALL-- Shell Service Sblin Mount Pulaski REVERSE CHARGES Dr. Margaret Lushbaugh CHIROPODIST- FOOT SPECIALIST 420 N. LafayeHe S. PHONE 125 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS , , ,., u I .. , , . _2- ..... L'_.' ........................................................................... Justice of the Peace R. D. AITCHISON on May S, 1941, will be duly qualified as acting Justice of the Peace of Mount Pulaski Township, and will open an office in the Snyder buldlncj on South Washincjfon street, when he will be prepared to perform the duties of his Office, and trancf all business intrusted to him promptly, and in a business-like manner. For Protection Against HEAT or COLD MOTORISTS ,,o,,,ow.. , Is the ;me to ;nvest;qMe the advantaqes of CHANGE NOW ---TO-- SUMMER GREASE In Your Transmission AND-- DRAIN that CRANKCASE and give your motor a real treat opt::; " =],. " enable us to A modern grease rack t?b;' qive you insulation and its low cost by cominq down and consultinq us, We w!l be qlad fo qive you an es- timate for ;nsulatlnq your home. The Best in t.tli/MIBE R BUILDING MATERIALS If you're buildinq, remode- ;nq or repar;nq, come to us  for complete safis{acflon. ..= ..... I SIDING -- MILLWORK INSULATION CEMENT BIIOOKEII FARM SALES pHONE 21 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS Mount Pulaski Farmers Grain o and Elevator Co. 1'1].