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, The00Mt.. Pulaski Times MT. PULASKI, ILIINOIS Y  Enterc .as second class matter in the poBtoflice at Xt. Pulaski, Illinois. Noveq-nber 17, 1903, under the Act cf Congress" of &apos;Mlrch '9, : 1879. -(, 0 ' _ . HARRY J. WIBLE, Editor and Publisher Members of Illinois Press Association Terms of Subscription One Year ................................... $1.00 i: Months ................................... 50 Three Months ........................  ......... 25 " l Thursday May 5, 1932- ., Why Not A Grandmother's Day Sunday, May 8th, will be-Mother's Day. It is a pletsing, senti&en* custom to set apart one especial day in every ear for the particular remembrance f everybody's r. Vy few Qfu$ are so mnsentimental as not to have tender and pleasant recollections of childhood days, in which mother was everything o ug She: stood between the child and all that would harm it. She did not have to say, and probably never stopped to real- ize, that she would gladly gve her own life, if necessary, to protect the life of her child. We have known of men and men whose lives have been wrecked an excess of maternal devotion, by the ir.etuctance of their mothea's to letthem ve their own lives, free from pareal interference . But een those look back to their infancy with a tender devotion to the figure that stood between then:'.v | and harm. We should like to see somebody, how- ever, start a "Grandmother's Day." It is out observation that grandmothers have had about as much to do with shaping the lives of most of us as our mothers had. Agood many mothers woud bae made a iuch poorer job ofbringing up eir children if there hadn't been a grandmothe,r or two in the background, to benefit of her wisdom from the experience of raisin, a family o maturity We hope that everybody who reads this will remember his or her mother with some apprbpriate gift, however small, on Mother's Day, but let's not" f0r: | ..... :O" There Is Nothing New Under The Sun ' we live in a complicated age, , more than three hundred years ag2 just as topsy-turvy as if Burton, who was born 1576, published a famous book e Anatomy of Melancholy" in 1621. And three hundred and eleven years ago he wrote in that book a number of para- gphs whickhave a wry familia sound ih this year of grace, 1932. Here are me of them: Queen Money. Ltl JJ I IHI | THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS "" " . ew n.ews evay,,day. Those ordinary i|.,.. ru00or00 of war, 00n00,00da-/DllqC; & PONG tlons, thefts, nurders, massacres, me-  r _., BY ..THE SKIPPER teors, conetc,)spe&rums; prodigies, a"p- " ...... paritions, shipwrecks. A vast confusion - of vows, wishes, actions, edicts, petitions, lawsuits, pleas, laws, proclamations, complaints, grievances. Then come tid- ings of weddings, entertainmenfs,: em- bassies, trophies, sports, plays, treasons, robberios, enormous villainies of all kinds, funerals, death of princes, new discoveries and expeditions. "Our summum bonum is commodity, and the goddess we adore. Dea Moneta, "So many professed Christians, yet so few imitators of Christ; so much talk of relion, so much science, yet so little conscience. 'ro see so many lawyers, yet so little justice; so many laws, yet never more disorder Lawyers get more to hold their peace than we to say our very best. "New books every day, pamphlets, stories, i iole catalogues of volumes of .all sorts;:W paradoxes, schisms, here- sles, controversies in philosophy, reli- gion, etc." - Only the very youngor the very inex- prienced think that there* is any mater- ial change in huma nature and its man- ifestations from century to century. :o:-- [The Fa00y Doctor[ g By John Joseph Gaines, M. D. A WORD OF CAUTION How often a neighbor discovers some- thing, that "brok up".his cold in record time. He at once becomes a walking a- postle of that remedy. Within a week, "perhaps, a half-dozen of hisi:acquaint- ances are taking the same thing: It mat- ters not whether it is a n0sgrum or a regular prescription it gets into prom- iscuous use very quickly. Once I prescribed for an old man who had ulcer of the stomach: he told me two weeks latel', that he had furnished at least four of his nelghbor with that same prescription! It is a very pernici- ous, not to say dangerous thing, to re- commend medicines for people who: have not by a compent motives are of a kind helpful spirit. You see, no two people are alike, even wi the same disease. Two eases of in- fluenza may demand entirely different yremedies. What would be indicated for one, might be dangerous for anoth- er. No two henrts are exactly alike. The same medicine, if it's medicine at all, acts differently with different inilvidu- als; these are truth Thet custom of buying stock remedies for "colds" .is one of the most reckless-- especially those advertised to "cure a cold in one day." Anything. that works that fast is most surely dangerous. Let's Go America Help America by helping Yourself Buy a Guaranteed Used Car Now Hello. Ping. Hello. Pong. ling--Where you goin'? Pong--I don't knc'. I'm just fol- lowing my nose. Ping--You always did follow the bigger things in life. Pong--Are you trying to make fun (-f my rtose? Ping'-No. It's funny enough the way" it is. THURSDAY MAY PongTo be used as a mould /oFf PongWell, ycg see dcughnuts :" .. ' there. " ' Ping--WelLoutside rf my mouth Ping--You mean .whai "is wrong with me? PongWell, what do PongWhen ybu get outside of Pingl don't have to. I )'our mouth there's nothing left.  PongThen We ha-re Ping--Are you sure there isn't greed on Scm'ething. something else wrong? Ping--What's that? Pong--Well, )'our mouth is too big Pong--You're both for your weak intellect to control Ping--What do you Ping--Then yeu think my brain is Pong--Off your base, weak ? words. Pong--Oh no. That cculdn't be. PingI didn't know this Pong--And why Not. baseball game. Pong--It isn't. It's a PongBefore you can even have and its your move. weak ooffee you must have Some col- ! :o: PGng--Well, I can't help it if my fee, at least, t Do You Ever nose is big. : PingI suppose all I have is wa- Blushing is the sudden Ping- know that. But you dofi't ter on the brain, of the face, neck and have to kep following it around all t PongWell, your wife told me you result of nervousness or the time. f never used any when you toek a bath  Why the effect is limited Pong-:-. I hadn't thought' of that.I'll so you must have plenty.  neck and breast is not understood. Charles Darwin leave it at home tomorrow. Ping--How did you meet my wife. l tha t savages who went Ping--What will you wear in place Pong--Half way.  blushed to the waist. of it? Ping--What do you mean--half,are able to prevent PongPlace of what? way? i btushing by will .-power. Ping--Your Nose. PogThe rest of my face, you sap. still Pongls that so? Well, if yeu you ever kept that mouth of yours Farm or City Properties still I wouldn't, be always reminded of that hippo I saw in the zoo last Or Rent Properties year. Anything, Anywhere, Anytime Ping--Do you mean to infer that' my mouth is too big. What Have You ? PongYes, for some things. Ping--What fer instance? T.L. R( G]]WELL PongYour face for one thing. Ping--What else? Sears May Economy Event I931 Chev. Duluxe Coach, 6 wire, wheels. Driven 7000 miles. 1931 Chev. 131 in Truck (new) driven from factory. 1929 Essex Coach, carries written guarantee. Driven 13,500 miles 1931 Chev. Delux Coach, 6 wire wheels. Driven 12,000 miles. 1930 Ford Tudor Coach __ I931 Chev. Coach driven 26000 miles. The above cars are offered with an O. K. that counts. Dou You Know Every Chevrolet,bought gives 71 persons one day employment in the U. S. A, RADIOS REDUCED Our Nation Wide May Economy Event Offers an Unusual OpportunRy in Our RADIO DEPARTMENT. 6 tube Screen Grid. Uses new type tubes. Dynamic Speaker. Choice of several different console type cabi- net. These sets were former- ly priced up to $59.50. Dur- ing our May Economy Event $29.50 $5 down and $5 per month Kenmore Eectric Washer All porcelain tub. Balloon wringer rolls, rust proof wringer. Genuine Lovell Wringer. Six sheet capacity. Smart green color. $49.50 Also sold on easy payment $5 down and $5 per month. 9 Days Starting Thr rsday May 5th Unland Chevrolet Sales E-Z-Way Oil Range Mt Pulaski, Illinois , far our best selling " oil stove. Five burners, oven thermometer. Wickless type. Note--All Chev. and Ford owners will receive a surprise package by Mottled green c:ior. special mail. $29.50 Here Are a Few May Economy Event Specials! Priscilla- Marquisette CUR- TAINS, 2t/ yd. long..Choice of vory or ecru, 2 pr. for ........ $1 Ferry Cloth WASH CLOTH. Se- veral colors. Heavy quality 12 fer ...................... 39c Oil treated horsehide BASE- BALL GLOVE ............ $1.59 Fast color BROADCLOTH SHIRTS. Cellophane wraled_88 Preshrunk WORK SHIRTS. Dotdde back. ventilated back and arm pit.: .... SEAT COVERS for ........ 89c Also for Coach and Sedan___$1.78 "Dazzy" Vance BASEBALL__59 Extra large TO'EL. Colored border ..................... 10 Men's BROADCLOTH SHIRTS. with knit shirts to match .... 29c F.NCY SOX. per pair ....... 9 New AUTO HORN, each ..... $1 Womens' Taffetine SILK SLIPS. Cut on the bias .............. 79 AUTO PUMP. Extra lge. size_79 $1 Value Khaki Twill WORK PANTS .................... 610: OVERALLS and JACKETS. Hea- vy denim ................... 9c SILK CASTING LINE. 2 spocls for .......................... $1 CHILD'S SOX. 10c per pr and 19c per pair. Mens' two tone BELTS. ea .... 29e Womens" Mesh Raycns. Short- ies, Panties and Stepins and Chemise, each .............. 39 Brass top BLOW TORCH. Qt. size ...................... $2.39 Special ass't, enamel ware. Green color ...................... 29c Crees Country Oil. F t ] lereent-puee Pennsyl- vania. Highly refined. Per- mit No. 554. 5 gal. $2.98 in pour spout container. Bulk in 5 gal. or more lots. 49 WASH Smart new frocks. ally purcha<i for our Economy Event. New dots, prints, floral Absolutely fast eolcr. eptionally fine quality All Electric Cold Spots. Here is the refri that is taking storm. Our new low enables you to pay for t fine refrigerators as as 25c per day. Porcel lacquer cabinets. Three guarantee. Finch control. 4 cu. ft. size. $129.50 Fast Color Here is an ex( quality bought for our May Economy Fine quality. Soft color. Choice of white. broadcloth. Absolutely and tan. 88c "- :dh IUiac,is ,dfJL1 Ro& &