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? PAGE TWO .... , Mrs. Agnes Justen and Mrs. Nettle News ! Smith' mthers of re,nor apphcant 'I VERDICT FO---R $2---40--O : FAM BUILDING IN DAMAGE TRIAL GOING UP A verdict for $2400 damage was THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS that s:ans th Wabash river at M. sessions in supporting the eighteenth HEWS BRIffS Carmel will probably be officially day in reaffirming the stand previous opened to traffic June 24, the state amendment. By a vote of 487 to 13 the conven- dcpa,-ment of public works and lion asked a bone dry plank for both EXPEL REDS FROM buildings has announced, the Republican and Democratic ha- BONUS ARMY CAMP tional platforms. There was no dis- THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1932 ANOTHER TIMES BOOSTER! Me- Pulaski Times F_,divor: Enclosed] please find cash for re- newal of my subscription to the Times. In case I should overlook it any time, please notify me before it having arrived for the new returned by a jury m circuit court building in coln active: at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon in Irate veterans at the principal on- BONUS ARMY GETS cussion prior to the vote. .... , ...... * hd Marm admmLtrator campment of the bonus army Fri_ $5,000 DONATION work is going ahead ra- .v ..... *. - .' ' --  aainst/day night served fresh notice that The capital's "army" of nearly" 10,- The Sunday nool teacher asked i of the ' -" - . - ' e," would brcok no commumsic " O: 0 bn - payment seekers ate weU the children to write do-n the names iEer ot tiarourg. '"  .  .... - .... I Henry M" [ fluence by expelling some 200 avo- tonight from enhanced food stocks: of their favorite hymns. One little -- . r - - ** "- " " [UM LIST OF ! __ __  ed reds from thexr \\;, ashmgton camp. bought Friday from an enlarged girl wrote: W ilhe Smith STATE FAIR RFADY Route 120 Openee | - ------------ - t.easury. . u93 MUSSOLINI 00 r will be sent to all exhibi-:  '  " " now complete with the exception of I Amelia Earhart, the Atlantic solo Charles E. Coughlin, Detroit "radio to farm bureau headquartersi , .......  -iae of the Illinois/'fi-'er finished off a two-day visit to priest. It was conditional that corn- of county agricultural fairs ., ee o,, ,   I - , " o " Central railroad company tracks in! Rome last Friday by tethng the st ry munist propaganda be kept Irom the CARL MAURER others interested, upon request. Clinton rand Hartman Clark brothers, i of her flight from Harbor Grace to camps and that Brig. Gem Pelham REPORTS contractors, have shipped their equip- i Londonderry to Premier Muslini,  D. Glassford, Washington lice su- TO YOUNGSTOWN merit to Pctor. Special contracts are Crown Prince Humbert, and the crown, perintendent administer it. to be awarded for building the sub-i princess. Rupert Thompson of Lincoln, who veay under the I. C. tracks, work on JOIIET PRISON RIOT playing ball with the Chat- i which will not be rted this year. I HAUSNER EXHAUSTED CAUSED BY LIQUOR Tenn., bali club, has been Route 120 was opened to traffic! AFTER SEA RESCUE Wine made by convicts from can- to the Youngstown, O., I Stanislaus Felix Husner, Ne'v ned 7:aches, potatoes, sugar and cie Central league. Heis from Lane to Deland. I Jemey movie operator wh oe at_znP scraps from the kitchen was blamed 'p of the Washin t, ...... ' lINCOLN i at a t_ransattaztic flight to is rm-_ by prison authorties for an outbreak yg Thompson arrived in FOR CRIPPLED CtlILDREN I tire Poland ended in the .s, 'a, i nu:sdy night at the Illinois State Friday to spend several There is to be a Crippled Children's picked up by a transatm lmx, pcnitn'.iary ThiCk sent three con- ,h his mother and reported to - Clinic at the Deaconess hospital m Saturday. vices and a guard to the rison hos- oungo--n Monday. Lincoln on Thursday, June 23. Dr. pital and nearly precipitated a gen- Sidvey H. EasVon of Peoria will con- LOWDEN REJECTS NEAR EMDEN i duct the clinic which will be for new THIRD PARTY BID eral riot. DESTROYED BY FIRE or sial cases at 10 a. m., and for Col. Frank O. Lowden, the former The home of Henry Arnold, loca- re-examinations at 1:00 p. m. Miss republican governer of Illinois and 57 Miles of New Pavement Illinois' highway depar*ment has near Emden, burned to the Rea Snyder, Logam County nurse will veteran, farm leader, will not head ground aesday morning about 10 also be in attendance, a third party movemerrt as  can-informed Governor Louis L. Emmer- due to the expbosion of a didate for president this fall. sn that 57.90 miles of paving was ccmpleted during the week that end-', in te kitchen. The one and l ed May 25. Up to that date, the state :one-half story hoe was located two U)NRD00CE .oo DIES AT 90 YEARS and county highway systems had miles southwest of dem WORRY MERCHAI00S Dr. Charles A. Leale, the first sur-been extended 202.96 zniles since the geon to reach the side of president first of the year. Frank T. Sheets, chief highway engineer, stated that : L COUNTRY CLUB . 1 " ' 6,402 men were directly employed at CHANGED TO LOGAN '6ce eame. with every day Lincoln after the president ws shot, The Logan County Country Club bringin forth one just a little rift-!and who remained at the president s ered corporation, in- . " , its re-side until his death, died Monday at road work during the week. ::a newly chart " t f feren and more clever than P_  Madison Avenue. He was rated not for pecumary pron ,  : his home in .... e I decessor keeps every merchant on tne 1 old. I WOMEN REAFFIRM been formed to aKe over sn DRY LAW STAND Club l look out and suspicious of every 90 years assets of the Lincoln Country to be i stranger" i The General NEW BRIDGE ACROSS WABASH Federation of Women's at a reorganization meeting ' Two cases of this kivrd deveIo . " " " " - June 30. in the Sears, Roebuck and Co., storei The s lost no time Fri- The charter for the Logan -  //m Club has been received in Lincoln, the past week. A young chap dropped in at "m the state and the incorporators ere Dr. F. M. Hagans, president; store Monday and wanted a refund on a Chevrole heater. He gave as his , p. MGrath, secretary-trcasur-  and Herman runs out, as it is just like a letter from home to me. A former Me. Fu- laskian--.R.C. Defrees. If you are FLAT think how much worse it would be to be CONCAVE! JOE MITTELSTADT M.&M. ELECTRIC CO. Wiring for Electric Light and Power Motors--Generators--M agiaetos Rewinding and Repairing Williams Ice-O-Matic Refrigeration International Blue Flame Oil Burners International Automatic Power Burners ILLINOIS 118 N. Mclean SL LINCOLN, Phone 359 LICENSED TO WED IN LINCObN MONDAY Frank Van Fossan, 21, Lois Purlee, 17, Lincolm given by Mrs. Elsie Purlee, mo- ther of mnor appl W; H. Oadwallader, 25, and M Lucille Splain, 2.,5, IAncolr. Fred H. White, 42, Battiest,; "Dad" is still misng Okla., ad MPs. Sylvia M. White, 'I show up Fther'a Day, Bartles'lle, Okl ii h On Household Goods, Automobiles, Livestock, Etc.--Repay In Easy Payments Special Terms to Farmers Write or plmne us and we will be glad to call at your holne and explain our plans, terms, etc. W ....... reason, "You see dad bought one at -- I tiosse, vm- the same time last week not kn: g , ,, | . of course, we don t need two.  *:  Sounded reasonable, but! it was an iN' ObN M! DAY unual time of the Yea.:beuL : Our Ambulance sat , 21, Elkhart, heater for a car. So the tie m, 1 Lincolm Con- check up of records to see. if they s. lsie Purlee, rno- had really sold two recently.  Srvlc , TL -*r cettivg nervous over the d t. l., 25, ., =y': sa'-h  was m a h.  yoo compares favorably with any. and o, ,.- o IAncolr. ,-* aoa come in and strmglten t ou it is available to all, iv.stantly, at ,,o 4:-. a.,W.: i,. . $.iel:.;%=?g 2: t S=y s any hour of the day or night. Syl 4a M. , show up ....... e heat- r u i found they had not sore  .t This is a fact which, as you ead, may seem of small importance; there m 37, Linculn,  lets tried iast week but-the he Rf00,A Victor ---:  . . . . I caught in Decatur alter ,,  icom ann riele i ed operations in three lr Unsent given b. l Sear's stores. .-- learn thi: facts "is , 0 '. LOANS SN00rOF., S MgSIg STORE .0011 jo.n ,0 C3uneral)iector to.Cogan Count v 1 " For Any Worthy Purpose $25 to $3co RCA RADIOTRONS NATIONAL LOAN CO. 511 Pulaski LINCOLN, ILL. PHONE 6OO DANCE Maplewood Pavilion LINCOLN, ILIANOI , JUNE 19 Featuring FRANK HODALSKI and His BLUE RYTHM CHAMPS ADMISSION 10c DANCE 10c , Sat: 18 "You Pay For What You Need Whether You Buy It Or Not" An age-old truth that is still a Common Sense [act So Why Not Enjoy the Benefits of A GENUIN FRIGIDAIRE FOR ONLY A DAY Here's the Event You Have Been Waiting For! Young Men's Suits With Exa Pants, at $1 , In 1912 ycu paid more and received less. Plenty of Summer Shades in all si_zea-.4h two and three button mle]s SPECIALS FOR SUNE Men's Bib Overalls-ndard weight .... 95 Men's Otis Pincheck Pants--preshrunk__$1.00 Men's Blue Work Shirts--14 1-2 to 17 .... 50c Boys' Blue Work Shirts Men's Work Shoes Leather Work Gloves Men's Dress Shirts--14 to 17 Boys' Dress Shirts Seersucker Pants--30 to 42 ...... 9c $1.50 uP 50c 75 50e $1 and $1.50 CENTRAL ILLINOIS MYERS BROS. & DON FORGET DAD'S DAY--JUNE 19 Give "poor old Dad" a NEW TIE Special 2 for Above Prices for Cash Only