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PAGE SIXTEEN i i Killed on Return (Continued from Page 1) stitches to close, also knee ancl ankle injuries and numerous bruises about the body. She was taken to one of the Los Angeles ,hspital, where she will remain a patient for may days. Miss Edith Oglesby and Mr. Har- rington were married about tlrty years ago on  train while travel- ing through Nevada. Most of th&apos;eir wedded life'was spent in Spokane. They had visited in Mount Pulaski on several occasions actd became acquainted with a number o peo- ple, who deeply regret hearing or his untimely deatl Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Dean Harrington of New York City, N. Y., and Lwell Harrington of Los Angeles; and one daughter, Mrs. Ercil O'Brien of Tulsa, aids. Furreral services were held in Los Angeles Saturday, June 28, and burial made .in that city. rfd MOUNT PULASKI TIMENEW MOUNT PUI,A[, ]LLJNOJ , s 134 Register (C(ntnued from tinge 1) Wilbur Marvin Back, Everett Eugene Peterson, Paul Ryan Ross, Harold J. Scroggin, Frank Pass- more, Jr., Wilbur Dale Row, John Edwin Tenrick, Eugene Harold Conaway, Frank Henry Pope, DeN Grandson of Jud9e David Davis Dies David Davis, 65, grandson of Judge David Davs, who was a . prominent McLean county lawyer Wayne Voyles. in pioneer days. died in Bloom- Broadwell--Frank Ciarles Cos- ington Friday, June 27. His grand- by. father served on the United States Elkhart--John L. Oglesby, Roy lsupreme court from 1862 to 1877, Lewis Henricksmeyer, James Ar- by appointment of President Abra- thur Brennan. Lawrence Robert I ham Lincoln. Allison, John Howard Brennan, Judge Davis and his friend, Leland A. Leggett, Clarence Jesse W. Felt, were credited th Schilling, Jr, Lorence Lyman st:rting" the movement which Hart. !brought about the nomination and Chestnut--Ivan Leimbach, Ir-]election of Abraham Lincoln. vin Roland, Jr., Harry Otto Ger-t It is interesting to know that ha, rdt, Victor Lewellyn Dittus, Ev- I Judge Dad Davis held court t erett Carl Torbeck. Joseph Ev-Imany times in the old Logan erett Armstrong. county court house (1848 to 1845 Mount Pula.ski -- Willis Da in the Mount Pulaski public Moore, Herbert Ray Ayers, Paul square, and it was here that Lin- coln tried many law cases before Judge Davis when he rode the old eighth judicial circuit. Always Cool & Comfortable Limestone CLINTONIA Tests i Vm--|l TBEATJ  Farmers are urged to check the mar Frederick Rentschler, James Abner Jackson, Elmer Wayne Durchholz, X:eorge Edwin Rule Claude Eugene Renner, Merle "WiN lard Wilham. test and fineness or quality of ag- ricultural limestone at their coun- ty farm bureau office before mak- ing purchases of this essential soil building material. Over 100 quarries have been surveyed so far this year by the Soil Improvement Department of the Illinois Agri- cultural Association and test re- ports on all of the larger quarries and many smaller ones are now available. Since the calcium carbo- nate content and fineness of grind- ing vary or change from time to time, it is recommended that farm- ers consult the test sheets at the county farm bureau each time be- fore buying in order to get the CLINTON Las Times Friday, July 4th Continuous Shows July 4th From 2 p. m. : :> ..i.:'.$ <-.11 ,'::: ].  : :i :: .;: :..': :: i!i  ,b', ============================= r _ew Ayers- lionel Barrymore I I i II iii I SATURDAY, JULY 5th 0ontinous Shows from 2 p. m. Lulu Belle and Scoffv in REFLECTION Q ]r  ]ltt.os. V (Continued from Page 1, Col. i) Independence written 165 years ago Will have been throm into the discard, For this country will then be- come once more a part of the con- tinent of Europe With all its jealousies, bicker- ings and wars a regular part of its diet. CORNLAND I Oats are being combined start- ing Monday. Some wheat and oats are of good quality and weight. Two inches of rain here Thurs- day morning. Corn and beans ,needed the rain. Some beans sown last week were not up. NEIGHBORS INVADE LEMING CORN FIELD Twelve friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. William Leming per- formed a "good neiglor" act re- cently when they took tractors snd teams to the Leming farm and plowed 60 acres of corn. Mr. Laming returned home from the Macon County hospital Fri- acting as installing { lowing is the list of Noble Vice Grand--Loren Secretary--Earl Right Supporer Harrison Vandevender" Left Supporter Theodore Aderman. Warden---Jasper Conductor--Alva day, folloqng a major operation I Right Scene four weeks ago. B. Oglesby.  - Left Scene ODD FELIPS INSTALLED Cox. OFFICER TUESDAY NIGHT I Outer uavd--Gilbert I ler. At the regular meeting Tuesday I Inner Guard--Paul B. night, July 1. of Mount Pulaski Right Su porter ViCe Lodge No 454 Inde'endent Or I_ P ' ' " " " I George Connolley. der of Odd Fellows, the semi-an- I Left Supporter vice nual installation of officers was lJ. Lyons. held, with Deputy Samuel Earles( Chaplain--Horace m, CLASSIFIED S If you ive An)ing to Sell, Trade, Want to Buy. Found--this section of the Times-News will ge vo you want. Hundreds of others bave found this to not you ? I FRIES FOR SALE---Dressed or alive. ,--Violet Cooper, Phone I 50 Pink. I CASH PAID fur dead horses and t Cattle. HoEs and small animals I removed free. Call Dr. C. M. Merriman, Phone 15. ROOMS FOR RENT--Suitable for light housekeeping or living and sleeping room Only three avail- able. Hot water at all times. Times Apartment Hotel. FOR SALE -- New white pine boards, 20 feet long, only used six weeks. Also new 20x16 ft. tent only used six weeks. See L. Chapman, Cornland, Illinois. FOR SALE--One 48", three speed ceiling fan. --Mount Pulaski Telephone Co. u WILL COMBINE deliver it to market- 8 miles south and of Mount Pulaski. MODERN RENT--4 rooms in kitchen cabinets; l water; large Times Apartment FOR SALE---1 range, reservoir a l oven, A-1 condition; 1 kitchen range, warming oven, good 1 crosley Radio, 1 6 cu. ft. Kerosene refrigerator. M ot Appliance Co. Clyde - The Vass Family Phonies- and many rite screen and radio sfars SUN.-IvION. JULY b-7 Sun. cont. shows from 2 p. m. Mon. Mat. 2 pro, eve. 7:15, 9:30 William NOLDIN Idu DON/.IVY Cesstmm nO0|| TUES.-WED. JULY 8-9 ues. Mat. 2 pro, eve. T:lS, 9:30 Wed. cont. shows from 2 p. m. JOB-DAYS Salary WlJJ Be $120.00 if lob is not accepted July 2m:l --On Our Screen-- THURS.-FRI. JULY 10-11 Matinee each day at 2 p. m. Eve. 7:15 and 9:30 1 m --Double Feature--- --No. 2.L- OUY KIBBLE elmmee most for their money. The epidemic of mumps is about Limestone is used primarily to laver. About everyone has had neutralize or sweeten acid soil and them. its value depends upon two things There will be preaching services --high calcium carbonate and pro- at both the Methodist and Chris- per fineness of grinding. The 1941 tian churches Sunday morning. AAA soil conservation program I The Loyal Ladies of the Chris- requires that limestone must test!tian Church spent Wednesday at at least 80% calcium carbonate i the home of Mrs. I. H.'Beckholdt in equivalent (a minimum standard) Lincoln. and the fineness of grinding shall be such that 80% must pass through an 8-mesh screen ( a good standard) and further that the multiplication of these two factors shall not be less than 7200. LOw testing coarsely ground limestone will not give as good results as high quality material and since the cost per ton spread ranges from $1.50 to $2.50, it is simply good farm business to investigate before purchasing. These quarry "source sheets" give the calcium carbonate equiv- alent test and fineness of grinding. Also the average of previous tests on this quarry so one can see whether quality standards are maintained. The name, location, price of material, daily production, a brief description of operations and the geological identification of the rock material is also given. Miss Frances Walker of Peoria is visiting her aunt, Mxs. Anna Bryson this week. Mrs. Guoyla Criland, a patient in St. Clara's hospital, continues to improve. Let Us Prmt Your Sale Bills. Highest Cash Prim PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS PROMPT SERVICE Shell Servioe Station Mount Pulaski -- Phone 44 REVERSE CHARGES LOGAN COUNTY DRAFTEE SHOOT FRIDAY, JULY 4th All Draftees Invited Out  Whether Shoot or Not SHOOT BEGINS AT I:00 P. M. Lincoln Skeet ANNIVERSARY SPEC I ii | FRIDAY- SATURDAY- SUNDAY JULY 4- 5 - 6 SUPER SHELL (Regular) Golden Shell MoToR OIL (in cans) 21o (Limit One Change) SHELL SERVICE STATI WILLARD KRATZER, Mcjr. ROUTE 121