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ii  i&apos;ii i Newsy Portrayal of Local ..... ..... ........... ........ ......... ,,_ ,, I Smith. The next club meetinlr will MR. AND MRS. HARRY DOWNING be held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. i HOSTS TO CLUB i John T. Downing, North Lafayette Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing, liv-i street. S ing north of the city, were hostdt,.re-! cently to members of the Decameni Suit for $5,000 was filed in circuit Club. A 7 o'clock dinner to which all  court Saturday by the Centrgl Farm- contributed was enjoyed fter which ers Trst Co, of West Palm Beach, tables were placed for cards. Honors Fla., vs. George F. Gimbel, as- were won by Mr. and Mrs. G. J. sumpist. For Sale--Fresh Jersey Milk Cow. Inquire at this office, For Rent--Furnished or unfurnish- ed 4 room cottage. Phone no. 278 ML Pulaski, IlL ATTEND FUNERAL HERE SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Raljh Cass of Deca- tur were her on Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mary Clifton. 'Uney formerly lived at Buffalo Hart. INITIATORY WORK AT O. E. S. MONDAY All members of the Order of Eas- tern Star are urged to be present at the regular meeting on Monday ev-i NAZARENE CHURCH unday School 2:00 p. m. ing Service 3=00 p. m. Roy. Kelley, our regular pastor will be with us. Everybody is cordially invited to attend all services. Roy. Kelley, Pastor. RETURNED FROM TRIP TO CHICAGO Attorney G. J. Smith returned on Monday evening from a brief busi- ness trip to Chicago. u , VISITS AT HOME IN PARIS Mrs. Frank Sager, sixth grade tea- cher. in the city school, passed the ening May 9, when initiatory work is week, end at herJmme in, Paris. scheduled. A social hour will be had -------- and refreshments will be served at EVERETTE BROOKER the close of lodge meeting, i VISITS PARENTS i Everette Brooker who is emcbyed SPECIAL MEETING OF 'at Winchester, arrived on Saturday FRIDAY NIGHT CLUB for a viM" with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lydia Hagel entertained the! Mrs. Charles Brooker. members of the Friday Night club at a special meeting that was held VISITORS FROM in her home on Tuesday evening. LATHAI SUNDAY The diversion was 500 and the hen-! Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hamilton and ors were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. l George Rupp, Mr. and Mrs. Carl son, Latham were Sunday visitors in Baumann, Mrs. Fred Kemmer and!the homes of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Niedergergesaess and sis- Henry J. Mayer. ter Mrs. E. C. Clear and family. MRS. GEO.VOLLE IS I HOSTESS TO CLUB I RETURNS TO SCHOOL The Bridge club held a delightful meeting on Wednesday afternoon in: the home of Mrs. George A. Voile. The ustl number of tables were in l llay and the honors were awarded to i Mrs. Wilford Scroggin, Mrs. Glover Matthews and Mrs. B. R, Aitehison. i The next club meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Everette Roth- ll. i i MAY MEETING OF GOOD WILL SOCIETY The May metting of the Good Will Society of St. Thomas Aquinas Ca- tholic church was held on Wednesday. afternoon in the country home of# Mrs. Frank Sams. The social part of the meeting was assed at cards at five tables with the honors being dis- tributed among Miss Anna. Fuhrer, Mrs. Raymond Sams and Mrs. Frank WaddelL The June meeting, of the ciety will be held in the country home of Mrs. Raymond Sores. .A. V. S. S. CLASS TO MF.1" TUESDAY The A. V. Sunday School class of fhe Methodist EpiseoM church will meet on Tuesday  evening Mty 10 t the home of Mrs. Dean Foster, East Cook street. Mrs. HarrSr Sisk and Mrs. Walter Sams will be assisting hostesses. A full membership attend- once is hoped for as the evening will be devoted to needle work for the Baby Fold. MRS. M. J. MYERS RETURNS FROM CHICAGO Mrs. M. J. Myers retttrned home Monday evening fallowing a ten day's visit in Chicago with relatives. Dur- ing her stagy in Chicago she attended he Palace Theatre where she heard Jackic Russell, grandson of Mrs. Della Kinert of Mt. Pulaski, sing With the noted Ben Bernie orchestra. The little fellow was the hit of the evening. ARRIVE FOR VISIT FROM ROCK ISLAND Mrs. Oliie Moran, son Charles and her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porschke of Rock Is- land arrived early Tuesday morning for a day's visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J-hn Erlenbasc and sisters Mrs. Jacob Dickey and Mrs. George Guise. This was Mrs. Mor- art's first visi to Mt. Pulaski in 7 years. Her father, Mr. Erlenlms, who recently underwent a serious op- eration is slowly gaining in strength. EARLY MASS HELD SUNDAY MAY 8 On Thursday May 5, Ascension Day, Mass was celebrated at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church at 8 o'clock. On Sunday May 8, Mas, will be at 7 instead of 8 o'clock. This in time is made in order to give members an opportunity to at- tend Mothec's Day and the Washing- ton Bi,Centennial celebration to be eld on the grounds of the Catholic Drphanage in Peoria when Bishop loseph H. Schlarman will celebrate a Pontifical field Mass. D. W. CLUB H,D P: ;UNTRY ffOME = dr e cent membership ar. ;everaI dest, were present at the :-<,ular iag of the D. W. clut held Thuray in the country ho , f Mrs. I.uis Triebe], living north.st of the city. A delightful afternoon was pas[ in a social way and two contests that proved inter- eting were won by Mrs. Clyde Sni- der, Mrs. Charles Brooker and Mrs. S.  Patterson. Guests prizes were awaked to Mrs: Pay Hartzfeldt and Mrs. Harold Tomtn, Mrs. Mary Rentmeister w tie third ge:t. The next club meeting will be hel May 11 in the h:me of Mrs. Ca::le l'ooker, North Vine street. Jackie Rothwell, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Rothwell with whom he makes his home, has been releas- ed from quarantine, following a spell of scarlet fever, and is again attend- ing school. LINCOLN FOLKS ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Seth Warrick, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Foster, and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bennett of-Lincoln were mong the out of town rople pre- sent at the funeral of Mrs. John Clif- ton held on Sunday. VISITS IN DECATUR LAST SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Schafer Miss Anna Schafer, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jenner were Sunday visitors in De- catur. BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARg IN HONOR OF R. L LEEF The last regular meeting of the Delta Handy Pinochle Club was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. F Martin, South Spring street. Honors of the evening were 'awarded to Mr." and Mrs. R. I. Leer and Mrs. C. E. Glose. A surprise feature of the meeting was the presentation by the hostess of a cake to R. L Leer in honor of his birthday anniversary ..... m Friday ud Saturday May 6 th. & 7th. OSCAR J. LENZ Racing Youth Lincoln's Leading. Optometrist Adm. 2 Adults for 25c. and Manufacturing Optician Bushel Basket of Assorted Groceries Given Both Nights 510 Broadway Phone Mt. Pulaski Theatre USED PIANOS At Bargain Prices HOBART M. CABLE Walnut . . HOLLAND Oak $100.00 $50.00 GULBRANSEN Walnut, Like New . 175.00 LYON & HEALY GRAND Mabogany . . $450.00 USED BAND INSTRUMENTS WRh a One Year Guarantee Radio - Sheet Music HANGER BROS. Lincoln 1893 Illinois Good News! New Price! Humming Bird Hosiery Chiffon and Service Weight / et for All Silk Chiffon, Picot Edge, French Heel, All Silk Foot Cradle Sole New Summer Styles in Women's White Kid and Mesh Cloth. Also Patent and Black Kid $1.95 and $2.95 Men's Wolverine and Lion Brand Work Shoes $1.98 Pr. See Our Sandals, Oxfords and Straps for Children --sizes 5 to 2 $1.00 Pr. Clear's Shoe Store Gee. A. Heyl, of Washington, Ill., leading pony breeder and died suddenly last week. A Message From Myers Mr. Pulaski clothiers for over 40 years. This a new era in Men's & Boys clothing prices and als0 in clothing qualities. We are stickir,, closer quality than ever before. We are not baiting trap with low grade merchandise just to bring you in, for our experience has taught us that it takes quality to bring you back. Our pre,ent prices are the lowest in years--the lowest you can .afford to pay--and we should like to do lmsiness with timse of you who have net lost sight of a dollars worth. VALUE FIRST CLOTHES By Michaels-Sterns & Co. $20.00 to $25.00 Others from $15.00 upwards Special Prices for The Month of All Prices for Cash Only Genuine Stetson Hats - - - $5. Men's oatis pin-check Pants, pre-shrunk $I.0# Blue Chambray Work Shirts - 50e uP 2".20 wt. Bib Overalls & Jackets - 2:20 w waistband Overalls, blue - - Men's Work Shoes - $1.50 uP Men's & Boy's Tennis Shoes - 55 Leather Work Gloves - - - 50e Men's work Socks - - 10c per pr, Fancy dress Socks - - 25 to 50 White Broadcloth Shirts, fully shrunk - $1J Children's Unionalls, age 2 to 8 - 50 Shirt & Shorts, 3 garments for - $1.0 Underwear, all styles - - 50c to $1.0# Sleeveless Sweaters - - - 95 I00'ERS BROS. Baby Chicks Barred Plymouth Rocks 75,000 ALREADY SHIPPED THI S SEASON to eastern poultrymen and breeder They've paid us $12 to 50 per hundred for every one of them, too. Think of that in this period of low prices ! ! Over 65 per cent of these chicks have gone to customers who have bou- ght of us before and therefore now from experience the Maple- side breedin pays proflt In fact you have to have good production breeding to make a profit in these low price periods. Special Next 10 Days $5.95 Per 100 This is your opportunity to secure chicks with more than 24 ysars of careful breeding back of them. A flock of several hundred of these pullets will make you good profits this winter. Or, buy a hundred or two from which to secure your next year's cockerels. Our Phone Number is LINCOLN 858 and if you'll give us a ring, we'll gladly reserve the number of chicks you wish. We are located at the west edge of Lincoln, just off highway 120. A large sign on the highway, right hand side, will direct you to our hatchery. Come and see us. PO ULTRY FARMS Trade Hark Reg. U. S. Pat. Office Phone 858 M.W. Klemm and H. B. Klemm owners Lincoln IlL