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1PAGE TWO i ' N ']lKitten League County ews Going Strong FIRE APES AT LOGAN COUNTY HOME Fire escapes have been installed at the County Farm by Chas. Rout- #son vf Lincoln. ATLANTA PLANNING TO CELEBRATE THE FOURTH Band concerts, athletic events and fireworks will form the major part of the program of the celebration to be held in Atlanta on Monday, July 4th. (Continued from page 1) The box score is as follows: Merchants AB R'H C. Ey, If ......... 3 0 0 I Holmes, c ...... 3 0 1 B. Aitchison, cf .... 3 1 1 Talmadge, fss ..... 3 0 0 2 Woodrum, p, ...... 3 0 0 2 E. McVey, lb ..... 3 0 1 4 Deibert. 2b ........ 3 0 1 2 0 D. Humphrey, 3b, _1 0 0 2 2 B. Jones, fss ...... 2 0 0 1 0 N. Humphrey, rf. __2 0 0 1 0 Total ........ 26 1 4 21 5 Ramblers AB R H PO A Kolp, c, .......... 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS Court Upholds Award " To Mrs. Thompson NEWS BRIEFS An industrial compensation a- ward of $3,931.20, garnted Mrs. Viola Thompson (Dads) of Middletot'n" by the late John Picco of Springfield, which had been denied by the state in- PO A_E dustrial commission, was upheld by 2 0 0]Judg e Frank Lindley in the circuit .o v court Wednesday. 2 0 2 The award was for the death of 0 3i Mrs. Thompson's husband, Louis 2 Thmopson, who was killed by a Chi- 1 'ago and Alton railroad train near Middletotm, Set. 11, 1929. Thomp- , son and his son Ernest, who were 1! employes of C. W. Barham. who held 0 a sub contract to clear right of way 3 for the Fred M. Crane company, in E constructing the Lower Salt Creek 0 drainage ditch, were hauling tools 0 for the workmen when the accident 0 occurred. Judge Lindley held the 0ideath occurred during a regular act HARD ROAD WORK NEAR HARTSBURG SCORES HURT IN ORANGE-GREEN ROW Rapid Progress Being Made Scores of Irish men and women On Slab and Bridge nursed more or less serious mjuraes today after a flaring of the ancient Work Near There "tud between the Orange and the! Green Monday. JOHN HUNTER KILLED BY PLANE PROPELLOR It won't be long until the pave- ments will be finished through Harts- burg. One and three tenths miles of pavement were completed during the THURSDAY, JUNE Personal Pro Assessment Much ATLANTA MAN RECOVERING FROM BROKEN NECK Sanford Shriver of Atlanta, who i Harper, 3b ........ 4 had his neck broken when a hay car- Romer, p ......... 3 tier fell, striking him on the head l Cfl McVey, If ..... 3 last Wednesday, is getting along Wible. Ib ......... 3 0 0 6 0 nicely at St. Clara's hospital in Lin- O. Potter, 2b, .... 3 1 I 5 0 coln. and will apparently recover. Dillsaver, ef ....... 3 1 1 0 0 [)uff, rf .......... 3 1 1 0 1 ALBRIGHT-ANDERSON NUtI'IALS ! Zimmerman" fss, __3 0 0 2 o ! Staley, ss ......... 3 0 1 1 0 1 The marriage of Miss Ina Albright Totals ........ 32 6 6 21 3 2 of Chicago, but formerby of Lincoln to Carl Anderson of Chicago, took Last ThuIday evening the Truck- place at the Christian church in Lm- era were defe 6 to 2 although coln. Sunday afternoon, they out hit the Mechanics 12 to7. Truckers CHARLES H. PARR. 65, AB R H DIED SATURDAY MORNING' Horn. c ................. 4 0 2 W. McVey, p ............ 4 1 2 The death of Charles Henry Parr,!c. Buckle.% 3b ........... 4 0 3 65, occurred at his farm residence,R. Walsh, ss ........... 4 0 1 orthwest of New Holland early Sat- C. Hanslow, lb ......... 4 0 1 nrday morning. He had been in ill H. Hargrave, 2b ........ 3 1 1 health for several years but death A. Witt. if, ............ 3 0 1 was sudden following a stroke. H. Vandeventer. rf ....... 3 0 1 C. Tendiek, cf ........... 3 0 0 0 0 2 12 DAMAGE CASE TO APPELLATE COURT Motion for a third trial in the t damage suit of Fred Mans vs. Hen- ry Miller, resulting from the acciden- tal death of Mans' son, struck by Miller's automobile, was denied by Circuit Judge Frank Lindley Thurs- day afternoon. A jury recently returned a verdict for $2,400 in favor of Mans. In the first trial of the case a jury was unable to reach a verdict. Circuit court was adjourned by Judge Lindley until Tuesday, July 5 AUDREY IRENE DAVIS OF ELKHART DIES Audrey hene Davis, year old daughter of Jesse and Goldie Mac Moore Davis of Elkhart died Satur- day morning at St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln, a few hurs Lfter enter- InS. The child is survived by her par- ants and three brothers, Harvey, James and Jesse, Jr. She was born at Springfield, March 28, 1931 and was one year of age last March. The funeral took place at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the Christian church in Elkhart and burial was made in the Elkhart cemetery. Purger, ss, ............. 3 Totals ............. 35 Mechanics ABRH Blackford, c ............. 3 1 1 Kolp, p ................. 3 1 1 Schaff, lb ............... 3 2 1 Anderson, 2b ........... 3 2 1 Stockton, 3b, _ .......... 3 0 2 Glose, ss ................ 3 0 0 Votle. fss ............... 3 0 0 Shuttz, If .............. 3 0 0 Kruger, cf, ............. 3 o ] Wynd, rf, _ ............. 3 0 0 Totals ............. 30 6 7 Ramblers AB R H.PO Wible, lb ......... 4 2 2 6 Kolp, cf ......... 3 1 2 6 Harper, ss ........ 3 1 1 1 C. McVey, if ...... 3 1 1 3 Romer. p ......... 3 ] 2 1 Dillsaver, 3b ..... 3 1 1 1 Moore, rf ........ 3 0 0 0 0. Potter, ss .... 3 0 1 0 Zimmerman" 3b .... 2 0 0 0 Snyder, e ......... 1 0 1 3 Duff, 2b .......... 3 1 1 0 Total ........ 31 8 12 21 Hashslingers AB R H PO T. Payne, ss ...... 4 0 1 1 W. Sehoerer, If .... 4 0 0 2 Stewart. 3b ....... 4 0 3 2 Holmes, lb ....... 4 1 1 4 KELLOGG-GAYDOSH B. Robbins, 2b .... 3 4 WEDDING SATURDAY Conaway, ef ...... 3 1 !H. Peters, p ...... 3 0 Miss Lois lellogg, daughter of i Brayfield, e ....... 3 4 Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Kellogg of Erie, 0 Ill., and Rudolph Gaydosh, son of Mr. 18 and Mrs. Andrew Gaydosh, who re- 001 side south of Lincoln, were married 340 Saturday evening on the tan at the Gayddsh home. SELECT NEW SCHOOl, HEAl) FOR ATLANTA 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 Ingrain, rf ........ 3 0 1 Total ........ 34 5 13 Hashslingers ........ 031 Ramblers .......... 100 Butchers AB H. Blout, , ............. 4 Downing, p, ............ 4 Long, lb, _ ............. 4 B. Ey, If ............... 3 C. D McMurray, principal of New! Underhill, ss ............ 3 Cnton, Illinois, high school has been Wilham, 3b ............. 3 naed superintendent of Atlanta I B. Blout, 2b, - ........... 3 CorarAunity High School and Grade Meister, ss,- ............ 3 School. He has been at New Canton Bertoni, cf, ............ 3 for the past seven years. Mr. Murray i Hershey, rf ............. 3 eceeds Harry Hill v:&o has been at Totals ............ 33 Atlanta for the past two years. Truckers AB R S KENNEY BUSINES MAN IS WED IN GALESBURG Lloyd H. Weisel of Kenney, and Miss Edythe D. Butler of Galesburg, dayere married in Galesburg last Fri- TA WOMAN qRANTED PROBATION Frances Reise_ guilty to charge o of Atlanta, pleaded ti0nal prohibition ace violating the na- was admitted to probav. Monday and year. on for one LINCOLN CHAUTAUQUA HA, REDUCED PRIL q "E Buckles, 3b ............. 3 Purget, , _ ............ 3 Hargrave, 2b, ........... 3 Welsh, ss ............... 3 W. McVey, lb, .......... 3 Hanslow, p, ............. 3 Horn. c, ............... 3 Tendick, If .............. 3 , Keck, ef ................ 3 Vandeventer, rf, ........ 2 Totals ............ 29 A 1 0 2 1 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 A 4 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 9 3 O--5 --8 RHE 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 8 13 3 HE 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 2 11 6 FARMER KILLED IN FALL FROM HAYRACK Henry Sags, farmer residing four miles north of Atlanta in McLean county, was instantlytkilled '12aursday in a fall from a load of hay. WILL INSTALL GATES AT ATLANTA CROSSING A reduction in the price of seaso sio. The Illinois Commerce Gommis- tickets to $2.50 for adults and $1.25i Alto n in a ruling today directed the for children was authorized by tim . aP- C raiload to install full-time man Lincoln Chautauqua board of diree. ! ixace ' ..... te erated crossing gates at, tots Wednesday night ,in approving I and onerate ct in Atlanta and to install final program ,plans for the caming ! Mapleand Elm ne warning bell each at asse_n-bly, August ]l-21. leith', street crossing in that BUD N' BUB Y TACq PASS YA BUD ) John Hunter. one vf the our bro- thers who set a world's airplane en- du.,ance record at Chicago two years fourths miles to be completed to fill ago, was killed Monday when the the gap from south of Hartsburg to propeller of his ship struck his head. where the mixers are working north of town. MERCHANT CANCELS The strip of pavement from the DEBTS ON BOOKS McMath crossing to Hutton's Lodge o q q According to the fi by a comparison ef the books of this year and of personal pcperty in Log is $695,200 less. Of this amount, Mt. ship shot-s a decline of Last year's assessment past week. A total of four miles of $682,870 while the 1932 pavement is now completed on Route it to be only $520,710. 121. There is still one and three- Wheat was assessed la a basis of 30 cents a bushel, year at 20 cents. Corn was as 25 cents last year and this year. Cows, assessed at last year. are now while hogs" assessed at a is open for traffic. A crew is working cents a pound last year 0 of employment. Mr. and Mrs. James Hennum vf on the shoulde of the stretch of a 2-cent basis 0 The industrial board reversed the Sloan. Iowa. voluntarily cancelled all road. " The comparazive 1 decision of the arbitrator and Mrs. zcounts due them amounting to Grading s now completed from the urea by townships follow: 0 Thompsc.n filed an appeal in the $75,000. That is one way t( end the McCormick corner to Indian Creek. To-nship 1931 1935 0 circuit cour against the contractors de?ression for some folks. The norht abutment of the bridge a- Lake Fork $ 52.300 $ and the Union Indemnity company, cross Indian is Snake Hollow is al- Laenna 217,070 155.290 The arbitrator had allowed the wi- HAUSNER TO MAKE most completed and the excavation Aetna __ 199.580 181.265 d:w S14 for 280 weeks for the death SFAOND OCEAN FLIGIIT for the south abutment is finished. Oran ___ 256.790 201.590 of her husband and $9.45 a week for Slab has been .oured on the two Atlanta _ 343,890 272,820 51 weeks and $4.72 a week for 52 Safely back on dry land again after approach spans on the north end of Mt. Pulaski 682,870 520.710 weeks was allowed Ernest Thompson eight days in a wave-tossed plane Sugar Creek Bridge. i Chester _ 181.900 164,950 who was seriously injured. Judge followed being forced down on an at- The first coat of white paint has Eminence 150,360 109,610 E Lindley's decision also includes an tempted flight t rom New York o been applied on the steel of that Elkhart _ 263,070 191,340 0 award to Ernest Thompson. Middle- Poland. Stanislaus Hausner is resting bridge. The bridge can now be seen Broadwelt 367,800 328,540 1 toVn Ledger. and making plans for another from Hartsburg. Or'il ___ 458,100 371,500 0 transatlantic hop. No especial word has been received Hurtbut _ 80,960 79,490 0 TEACHERS EXAMINATION t about the work on the Emden spur. Corwin _ 383.540 173,120 1 I EIGHT SHOT IN We understand though that the right- Sheridan 247,710 215,270 0 Teachers' examinations will be W. VA. MINE (RASH of-way has been obtained with the PrairieCk 211,440 194.355 0 held on Thursday and Friday, July exception of the Scully estate which Totals $3,897,380 $3 0 21 and 2'2, 1932 and on Friday and i One man was killed and :.even oth- only ataits Mr. Scully's approval. The East and West 0 Saturday, November 18 and 19, 1932. I era were wounded, two dangerously, Work will probably start on the Era- ships have rt been 0 Teachers may write for all grades! in a coal mine strike shooting at den spur at an early date.--Harts- compar=kson a. the 2 of certificates at each of these ex- Maysville mine of the Kelley's Creek burg Journal. amination The lowest grades of Colliery company last week. not been completed. East been particularly hard hit E certificates are the limited state IwATCH PLANS FOR ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE two serious fires in the 0 elementary certificate, the limited l district. 1 state special certificate and the lim- AVOIDING POSTAGE ESTATE OF JOHN D RICH- 1 ited state kindergarten-primary certil 0 fieate. The pre-requisite for admis- The increase in postage rates ARDS. DECEASED. PNEUMATIC-TIRED 1 sion to the examination for any of] frm 2 to 3 cents effective July 6, The undersigned, having been ap- The first pneumatic-tired 0 these grades of certificates is 30 I has caused public utility companies pointed Administratrix of the Estate car built in America 0 semester hours normal school or and other organizations using theOf John D. Richards, Deceased, here- which took it on the B. & 0 college credit. Each of these certi-* mails to distribute their monthlyby saves notice that she wll appear before being turned over 0 ticates is issued without examina- bills to consider other means. In some, before'the County Court of Logan sador Claudel at the 0 tion on 60 semester hours normal cities use of men not- unemployed ICunty, Illinois, at the Court House for French service. in Lincoln, at the September A. D. I of stainless steel, the car ,'chool or college credit. These certll has been suggested. 1 ficates are valid for four years. When The increased postage and tax on i 1932 Probate Term, on the first Mort- I sengers and its gasoline E earned by credits they are renewable : bank checks, with which many bills day :f Sepzember next, at which time make it do 60 miles an ho" 1 indefinitely. When earned by examin-are paid, are said by business men lall persons having claim against said ly reinforced rubber I ation, they are renewable by examin- ! to invcvle a contribution of 11 cents I Estate are notified and requested to ! rubber tires to the rails. I atmn the first tme upon a total of i n each bill paid by mail with a attend for the 1rpose of having the are in prospect for 0 60 semester hours of normal school lCheck" At that rate every 100,000 same adjusted. All persons indebted hauls on American rails. l or college credit, thereafter they are bills would mean a contribution of to said Estate are requested to make I renewable indefinitely. In other! $11,000 to the government. Hiring immeddate payment to the under- 0 words, an applicant for a certificate private carriers at modest wages signed. BaY 0 may take the examination if he has would save money for both the corn- Dated this 23rd day of June A.D. BAYER'S 0 had one year of training beyond high panies and their customers, they say. 1932. 2 school but he must obtain an addi- The post office departn-ent, how- Marie McKnight, Administratrix AT 0 tional year of training within four ever' points out the postal laws do Peter Murphy, Attorney. Pen's Rexall 7 years for the first renewal, not permit anyone to enter into June 30, July 7-14 competition with the postal service in E 1 Plan to have some gold in }'our carrying letters. There is no objection MT. PULASKI THEATRE MT. PULASKI 1! pocket, when you have silver in your fcrt adeliveries,COmpany usingbut twoitS OWnor moreemplyeSeom- Friday-Saturday July 1-2 Sunday-Monday 0 hair. i panies will not be allowed to use the 0i 0f Any druggist or bearty parlor saxneemplye,nr hire amessenger Rodeo 00tar! 0iPrcprietor will teU you that there i r 6ther delivery service to deliver SC|NsS 1! are far more self-made women than their bills. TWO-FISTED men. 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