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.ln T "pl #s the wife R. T. Hlw, Che- - nut; Louise is the wife of Erick ,&apos;rased Ouite Hein of Ch.t; .dence is the wife of Roland Gobleman of S Springfield. q ensation They are great-granddaughters (-- of the founder of Mount Pulaski, .It IA.  24, I53) Jabez Capps, and wife, and IB, uttnt Pulaski on Dec. 19, granddaughters of the late Mr. b mPlet daughters were born and Mrs. Samuel Linn Beidler. eWi!liam A. Swain and ILTheir grandmother Mrs. S.L. Beid- eidler Swain, in the l ler was the former Prudence Ann L on Marion street, now Capps, the first girl born in Mt  oY.. Dr .... C E Hildreth [ Pulaski, after the city was found- ,.mrth of triplets a half ed. She was born on the west side ago was quite an event in I of the square where Dean's Sun- 'y unity and their arrival/dries is located and Friday, Dec. k ll0 caused much excitement 18th marked the ll2th annivers- .t PUlaski that day. !ary of her birth. "?.bt - we given the The plets are all L. good p,,yL Miriam, Louise and!health. , .Their mother died in i--Note: Their father, Dr. William t--  In a few years they Swain, passed away in July of  live in Chestnut with the last year, in Decatur. - and Mrs John M Down- They have one brother, Linn B. e girls are all married Swain, a mail carried in Boston,  as follows: Miriam is Mass. O O 24 HOURS A DAY DURING THE CELEBRATION (JULY 22 THRU 29) SIL-TENNIAL IALS Served at Noon ROAST BEEF $1.00 or Evening Meal FRIED CHICKEN $1.25 HOME-MADE PIES SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE COFFEE SHOP / f- <-0 "JUST OFF THE SQUARE" We're Proud of Our City The Mount Pulaski of today is a fine, modern city  a place in which every resident can take pride. Our city has a rich herit- age, too, dating back to the early pioneers who settled in the un- tamed prairie, and to the days not so many years after that when Abraham Lincoln practiced law in our Court House. As our City Celebrates its 125th Birthday. we like to remember the many events of the past. and look forward, too. to the continu- ed growth and improvement that can be expected of a city like Mount Pulaski. Our Best Wishes for the Sil-Tennial Celebration, and a word of Thanks to the Many Friends we have served ! 00lham Construction Co. T/ILDE S OF: Grain Elevators and Grain Storage Machinery In- and Remodeling ILL. PHONE 792-5202 THESE THREE GIRLS created a sensation in Mount Pulaski on Dec. 18, 1903, when they arrived at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Will Swain. They were named Miriam, Louise and Prudence. The grandparents were Samuel Linn and Pru- dence Ann Capps Beid- ler. t, ..L SIDING I "BABY - Sr/'rERS" of other days: Laura and and Grace Buckles are looking after triplets. The Tomlinson Elevator Siding Management is proud of the heritage left Mount Pulaski and Community by the late Clarence Tomlinson --the gift of 265 acres of fine farm lands. It has been the privilege of this elevator for many, many years to handle the grain from this land, which is adjacent to the Tomlinson Sid- ing Elevator. The Tomlinson name is one that will be long remembered for his wonderful generosity to his fellow man. OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES go to Mount Pulaski and Community on the occasion of the 125th Anniversary of the Founding of Mount Pulaski. i EARL KINERT, MANAGER |