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TWO i HARTS.I:R. SLAB HAS LAKE FORK County News : COMPLETED While the stab on route 121 thra Hartsburg has en completed it will Mr. and M:s. Kay Duncan and BUILDING IS be at ]east two weeks before the road children of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs-. GOING UP RAPIDLY :: wilt be open to traffic. OrviI S:hrader and children visited The wails of the Griesheim build- at the home of their parents. Mr. and &apos; are taking on the appearance of BEASON MAN ON WAY Mrs. C. F. Munyon on Sunday. m.s and with the iron work progressing nicel., it is expel:ted to have ;part of the roof laid this week. new building will make a beauti- ful erner. FORD MUST ALSO BE REMINDED AT TIMES Lincoln health authorities recently a letter to Henry Ford asking t9 clean up his piece of proper-i in Ptville, where he removed the old courthou. The place has grown up in wds and was nsightly. Mr. TO VISIT OLD ERIN t Mr. and Mrs. Walter 3lanley and Robert Shanklin of Beason, left James Scrogin wepe shvppers n Lm- Montreal, Canada, last week for Ire- coln M:nday. land, where he will visit his brother Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Barnes and :r thlx.e or four months, This is his little daughter Avis of i)ecatur were first visit since 1925. here Sunday calling on old friends and relatives. NEW HOLLAND HAS Dale and e Quickmore of For- DELUGE OF ROAD OIL syth, returned home Monday after a New Holland will receive a double week's visit here with their grand- THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS Jl II 51ETHODIST CHU RCH NOTES EXECUTORS NOTICE " - Estate of Ge:. F. baehenmyer, De- Annual H<,me Coming at French's ceased. Chapel all day Sunday July 31st. Basket dinner, of course, with hot The undersig.ed having been ap- coffee. Doctor Fairchild tx. be the pointed Executrix of the last Will ::orning preacher and other minis- and Testament of Geo. F. Lacten- :,:q's sprinkled thrv*ugh the afternoon mY er, Dec'eased. hereby gives notice t rogram. Rev. James Reynolds and that she will appear before the Ooun- wife have aire:dy 7romised to auend., ty Court of Logan County, at he The Mr. Pu',ask Male Quartet have C:u House in Lincoln, at the Sep- ,:" ",:: : ::ke a ;*art in the eventsember Term. <,n the first Monday in of the day. The testimony period in September :ext, at which time all the afterno:,n should be participated 7ersons having claims against said in by all. Make it an 'Old Settler's' estate are notified and requested to meeting if you desire. We want to : attend, for the purpose of having the h,:ar anything from y,u suitable for same adjusted. All persons indebted a Home-coming and neighborly re- shipment of road oil this season as a parents Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Koehler- union (ecasion. result of the loss of 10,000 gallons Miss Margaret Mileham of Lin- Next Sungay evening in connec- ?ast Thursday. coln visited here this week with her l :ion with the regular preaching ser- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ESTATE OF JOHN D. RICtl" ARDS, DECEASED. The undersigned, having been ap pointed Administratrix of the Estsl of John D. Richards, Deceased, herS" by gives notice that she will appe befo,:e the County (%urt of LogaU County, Illinois, at the C)urt HouJe in IAncotn, at the September A. D. 1932 Probate Term, on the first Mo" day =f September next, at which time all persons having claim against Estate are notified and t,equested t attend for the rpose of having tl same adusted.'All persons indebt to said Estate are requested to mai Ford immediately camptied. WILL TEACH IN LATHAM COMMUNITY HIGH THIS YEAR A new addition to the faculty of Lathara Community High School Miss Lvrraine Cox of Springfield. Cox is attending sumner .hool at the University of Illinois, working a ma's degree. STOLEN CAR FOUND IN TEXAS The Chevrolet coach of I)uis Men- which was stolen in Lincoln a- The valve on the tank car stuck and the entire corttents escaped to the ground onto the Alton right of way. ATLANTA MAN RECOVERS FROM BROKEN NECK ACCIDENT Living with a broken neck is the distinction that Sanford Shriver of Atlanta, carries ith him. Some three weeks ago he sustained twe fractured vertebrae in his neck as the result of a fall. Last week, he left a Lincoln hsi:ital very much alive. GIRl. INJURED IN ROUTE FOUR CRASH Rev. orge F. Flag,e, formerly l rag" pastor of the Methodist church in lAncln, passed away at the Lafayette i A dry cell ceases to be any good hospital in Lafayette, Ind., "Iuesday I when it becomes dry. f last week. 40 AND 8 TO GOLD PICNIC THIS AFTERN(X)N ; The Imgan County Voiture of the 40 and 8 is celebrating Bastite Day this afternoon and evening at the Doing cim Prospective candi- ...... dates are guests but will not get the BUY YOUR MILK OF MAGNESIA AT Pen's Rexall Drug Store grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James vice our Junior Choir, trained by Dunn. t Miss Carolyn Snyder, will have a part The little son of Mr. and Mrs. lin the opening service. The pastor s Jesse Witham died Saturday July 9. always glad to have assistance like :IFuneral services were held Tuesday this f:r the benefit of the evening at the Steenbergen cemetery, se,wiee which seemes to be the hard Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Handlin and pull. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Handlin and ha- The strnger is welcome to our ser- by, Mr. and Mrs. John Baker and vices. children of Lincoln were callers at the home of Miss Flo Handlir, Sun- day. Mrs. Earl Lercher is on the sick list this week. Ilene Duncan of Decatur is visit- ing her aunt, Mrs. Orvit Sehrader, this week. Vern Marks, a former resident of here is back on business and for a visit. Miss Nellie Claine of Forsyth is hete this week visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Munyon. Mrs. Cleo Torbox and children of Chicago, spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt. Mr. Art Baumgardt was surprised Sunday in honor f his birthday. A dinner was given and those attend- ing were his mother, and sister Almy- Rev. H. M. Blout, pastor. Out Pet Peeve Rudely awakened by the insistent ringing, and bruising his knee on a chair on the way, he finally reached the telephone and growled into it. 'Hello.' 'Are you a telephone company of- ficial ?' asked a voice. 'Yes, what can I do for you ?' he re- plied. 'Just tell me," said the voice, 'how it feels to get out of bed at 2 o'cleck in the morning to answer the q-ong number.' , ,,,,, N. A. Balding, M.D. Lincoln, Illinois Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat ra, brother, Butt and Cleo, Assumo- Glasse s Pitted, tion and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ikin e of Chestnut. All reported a fine time Broken Lens Dupli ated and wishing Mr. Baumgard many Office Over Landuaer's Clothing Store ore happy birthdays. --.___ to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersign- ed. Dated this 8th day <ff July, A. D. 1932. arah I-atchenmyer, Executrix immeddate payment to the under" signed. Dated this 22rd day of June A. 1:I. 1932. Marie McKnight, AdministratriX i Peter Murphy, Attorney. GOFF FUNERAL HOME WILBERT H. SCHAHL, Ass't "To Serve Humanity Better" Mr. Pulaski 235 PHONES Lincoln, 1234 BARGAIN DANCE LONE OAK PAVILION SUNDAY, JULY 17 MUSIC BY HARRY RYAN AND HIS ORGHESTRA ADMISSION--25C A PERSON leading Malerieh & Gossett tm last Friday night by a score of 9 to 6. A of 1,000 was present to watch two teams fight it out. This makes a three way tie for first place, the K. C. m forming GIRL alarmed when their fail to return home, Mr. John Pyles of Elkhart, be- seareh for her. They found the , west of Elkhart, overturned by and Miss Guievere wander- a short distance away, daz- the crash. LICENSED TO WED A rrrriage license was issued last : to Wilbern Hall of Galatia, Ill., E. Peratt of Elkhart. HUMPHREYS DIES AT BLOOMINGTON Ho-rd Humphreys, a member of board of directors of Bunn and Humphreys Grvcery company, died afternoon at Bloomington. had been in ill health for several Mr. Humphreys was head of J. F. Humphreys Grery com. lny at the time that concern bined with the Bunn company. ON ROUTE l-I VIADUCT OUT OF DECATUR onstmaetion of the permanent railroad trestle over Iboute 121 at industrial belt line north of the viaduct at Decatur was started Wednesday morning. paving in this route was last week by rains but is now under way. G. E, Hoffman (nstT,a mpany being in charge. LINCOLN ODD FELLOWS HOLD ANNUAL INSTALLATION Lincoln Lodge No. 204 had its an- installation of officers Thur- evening. The following officers wre installed: Noble Grand--Thomas llars; vice Grand--George ipsy; Secretary james Lawler; Warden--H Kiss- r; nductor--Crge H. Wilrnert; O. G,OtVa nft; I. G.--David Wil-: ;R. S: N. G.--Paul Zollar; L. S. BUD N' BUB A FINER GASOLINE Illll Illllllll Ill You Get More Smiles Per Mile IIII III SERVICE STATION H L. 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