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zritically ewburn y. JULY 14, 1932 2 GAMES L00COLN Continued from page I) Gambles AB R H PO A E randt, (. ......... 4 1 1 1 0 0 8ieb. p ............ 4 0 1 2 1 o Ivan. 2b ........ 4 1 1 o 2 0 'lt. Wilson, ss ...... 4 0 I 4 2 0 0, Wils:n, 2b ...... 4 1 2 1 0 0 . Keys, lb, _ ..... 4 2 2 7 0 0 Wilson fss ..... 4 0 '2 5 0 0 Sith If' _ ___4 0 1 2 0 0 k&,j:f--i ..... 4 o  , 0 llrennan cf.- ...... 3 o 0 2 0 Totals ...... 39 5 12 25 5 Mt. Pulaski AB R H POA E kford, c, _ ..... 4 0 1 4 0 ot, fss, _ ....... 4 0 1 1 0 C\\;ev s __.4 2 2 1 0 Yo.0;'ig, 2':2__4 , 11 : Ullderhill 2b, ____4 I 2 6 1 er, l .... 2 .... 4 1 : 1 2 "llsaver, 3b ....... 3 0 0 i 4 P Ey cf ....... 3 0 0 1 2 addell, rf ....... 3 0 0 0 0 a. Ey, If ......... 3 BEASON EVENTS (Too Late Fcr Last Week) A baeball game as p:ayed on the Beason Diamond Monday ouly 4. Beason v, .Midland City, 4. Next Sun- day a game wil[ be played between he Chestnut Merchants and the Bea- son Athletics. The Phythian Sisters held their regular meeting at the K. P. Hall. l, ednesday evening. R. Cockley, Mason City, was a bus- iness caller Wedne:-xtay afternoon. Mr. and 5ira. Win. Meyers, Lincoln were callers at the home of their son. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyers. Wed- 0 nesdav. 0 0 Most of the wheat as cut in this cm.mumty and farmers are cutting cat:'. It is to be ho)ed the heavy 0 a!ns of the past few days will st.op 0 the damage being done by the chinch () buffs. C rn is now making rapid 1 1 growth and the prospeCt is good. 1 Mrs. M. A. Shpw entertainea the 0 f,.Howing members of her family 0 Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Show, 0 Juliet; Mr. and Mrs. Win. V. Show 1 1 1 0 0 and daughter, Mildred, Mr. and .Mrl. Totals ..... 36 6 11 27 12 3 Dean Franz, and three children, At- res by innings lanta. This represents two sons, Gambles ........ 200 000 201--5.' grandchildren and great grandchil- Mr. Pulaski ...... 020 t10 002--6. dren. Summaries: Two base hits: B. Ey. .,.,ss May Johnson entertained ree base hits, Pmer McVey and thirty-eight relatives and friends at 5ster. Double plays: McVey to her country home Sunday, July 3rd. nderhi!l to Foster 12). Left on base: A plentiful sttply of chicken was 4. 5It. Pulaski 3. Earned erred and a very enjoyabde time THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS  State R. O. P. Elects Officers For Year M. W. Ktemm of Lincoln, was elee- :ed vice-president of the State R. O. P. asciation, at a mting held in Blo:.mington on Tuesday. This association made up of the ba- by chick breeders ot the :tate are elan- sing on affiliating with the nanonal oruanization in Milwaukee at their Auzust meeting. The other officers elected are: L. H. Harvey', Glenn EIlyn, president; Frank Gripton. Waukegan, seeretary-reas- EFOF. REA PI'OINTEI) POSTMASTER LOCAL EVENTS Miss Anna Roth, l-ft for Weltlnm Ohio to visit her brother and family. he was aez'ornpanied by Mr. and Mrs. David Brady and m. Hrvey Denny of Columbus. Ken., visited dth his aunt. Mrs. Virgie Beidler, over the week end. Dfore coming here, h ' i:siLed with hi:s par- ents, Mr. and 3Ir. George Denny, at W averly, Ill. Mr... William Harev. V(apello. [owa and John Erlenbuh. Washington, Iowa. returned to their homes early this week. They were called here be- OF ELKHART OFFICE _use of the il!ne. of th;.ir father. J':'hn Erlenbu:;ch who Es critically ill m ()rville C. Allen of Elkhart, has be,.n reappointed W)stmaster thru the recommendation f Congressman Ilall. The office is now a fourth class one instead of third. ('COl. SUMMER BEVERAGES by Betty Barclay :he hon'e of his daughter, Mrs. Jacob Dickey, East Co'k streeL WII)OV RELEASED IN SMITH REYNOLDS. SUICIDE Libby Holman Reynold% wciow of Smith Reynolds, suicide, has been re- leased from the Reynolds h.:;me where There is more than one way to she bad been held a prisoner durmt, shake a summer thirst in these me- the inveigation. dern day of good refrigeratmn, countless ingredients and handy mar- CURTIS GETS SENTENCE kets. Yet one of the simplest and most delightful :f beverage is plain iced coffeL Iced coffee c(ts less than a cent a glass and it can be made in a jiffy. Akso, t has many delicious variations. Here are ripes for two : : Coffee Shake ,John Hughes Curtis, who played a hoax on Lindbergh, hindering the capture of the kidnapers, has been entenced to one year and a fine of $1,000. BEN COFFMAN WILL PAGE rOSs: Gambles 1. 5It. Pulaski 6, 1 Lincoln AB R H PO l ndifer, cf, ____5 3 2 4 l,ier, ss ........ 5 I 2 3 !atlestadt. fss ..... 5 2 2 0 t3's, lb ........... 4 t 2 7 lvey, 2b ......... -1 0 0 5 Utlip 3b, _ .... l 0 2 2 leri'ch, 1-i ..... 4 0 0 1 |irtkin rf .... 4 1 0 0 ater.'c, '__-_V____ 1 0 0 eett, p ......... 4 0 2 1 Totals __ 43 9 12 24 was spent. Half fill a shaker with clear, fresh- Mr -d Mrs Victor "'?&r.neen  t..made coffee, add a few drops of A E Galeburg and Miss Wanda Gone vanilla, four :ablespo)ns of crushed 0 1 Tolburt are the guests of Mrs. E. i:e, one or two tableson.s of pow- 1 0 Montgomery, this week. dered sugar and heavy cream or eva- n 0 Mr and Mrs, Cha -. P. Keys have ported milk to taste. naKe vgor- 0 1 u s 1 a  ee2 It 2 0 r Ygl e 2 2 Keks, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrell and son spoonful of whiTped cream and a 3 fiend Miss Louise Keys. halved maraschino eherry. 0 0 Rev. Bell of Decatur was a busi- Iced Mocha Chocolate 0 0 ne.s caller in Beason Thursday af- Melt 2 squares unsweetened cim- 0 1 ternoon, oolate in I cup strong coffee infusion, 8 6 The Missionary Society of the M. E. stirring until blended. Add dash of Mt..Pulaski AB R H PO A E ford, e ....... 5 0 2 1 0 0 :' rson, fss, ____4 1 2 0 1 Vey, ss ........ 4 3 1 3 6 2 ter, lb ........ 5 2 1 12 0 0 mierhill, 2b, ..... 5 1 3 4 1 0 er, p .......... 5 2 2 0 3 0 3b ....... 5 2 3 2 0 1 If ........... 5 1 2 2 1 0 rf .......... 5 0 1 0 0 0 :Y, cf .......... 5 0 1 1 0 0 I ...... 48 14 17 27 11 , Mac Culland, Mrs. Ellis, Mr. Jett and Mr. J. E. Burnents. Three base hits, And- I Mr. and Mrs. Maytield Show and SALE---String Bass, $40. Bros., Lincoln, Ilt. THOMPSON NEW HEAD OF ELKS ORDER Supreme Justice Floyd E. was chosen as head of the of Elks at the national meeting Ala., this week. NAZARENE CHURCH have changed our Sunday from 2:00 p. m., to 9:30 a. m. Service at 10:45 a. m. day night at 7:30 p. m, Study , Tuesday evening at Bible. Prayer meeting evening at 7:30. i Meeting on Saturday even- Church held their regular meeting at salt and 3 tablespoons sugar and boil the church Wednesday afternoon. 4 minutes, stirring cona/ntly. Place Miss Catherine Curry aceomimn- over hot water and add 3 cutm milk, led friends from Springfield on a mo-stirring constantly, When hot, beat tor trip through the north part of I with rotary egg beater until light i the state over the week end. Several and frothy. Cool. Pour over eracked l points of interest in Iowt and Illinois i ice in six tall glasses. Top each glass were viMted, iwith 1 tablespoon sweetened wipped The following persons on the sick cream. list are reported as improving: Mrs. Rund & Barnett. South Side Mar- keL will be open from 5 a. re, to 8. p. m. during threshing t4mo C. Ey to McVey; Earned runs, l two daughters of Joliet visited their Stolen bae, Anderson; Wild grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Show Me,t- The value of farm equipment ks Faucet 4, gomer 1. Doubtel day. 65 1-2 per cent under 1929. 4, Mt. Pulaski 6; Left on base 7, Mt. Puki 12. ATTENTION.". ll I1 BUY BAYER'S ASPIRIN AT Pen's Rexail Drug Store SWEDISH MASSAGE ELECTRIC LIGHT CABINET BATHS Wm. Charlton MASSEUR " ilattger Bldg. __ Phone 654 Lincoln, Illinois PAINLESS EXTRACTION With Novoealn Blok aranteed Dental Service in Keeping with the .. .... $10 Vulcanite dentures $20, $25--Hecoli{e $30. free with better Fillings ......... $1.50 Fillings ...... $2.00 ;bsy Dentists Bldg. oe 2- Bring us your old hats. We'lt make them look like new. An work done im our sho: Omr prices will please, too. pANAMAS--FELTS "/hg Cleaned attd Blocked......| SAILOR STRAWS--50c We are prepared to do your Shoe Shining, Cleaning or Dye- ing, by lmtest Method We carry a full line of Shoe Cleaners, Dyes and Laces. Gve us a trial. Quality Hat Cleaning and Shoe Shining. 215 S. Kickapuo St. Lincoln Theatre Big. LINCOLN, ILLINOIS BARGAINS!! ........................................... ................... - Kim2allMidget.Piano . $195 Kimball?ra.nd Piano $440 ms tat Cable Piano $60 I.lse ..... HANGER BROTHERS Lincoln, - Illinois WE AR NOW OPERATLNG UNDER THE WALG0000 SYSTEM Carrying a Full Line of WALC$ff00 MERCI003i/631SE at the same price you will pay in the city store. FEUERBAcHER'S DRUG STORE LINCOLN, ILLINOIS HAS N/gF BEEN FOUND Up '. the -resent time no will has been found in the ease of Ben Coff- ntan. A far as known his only pro- perry interest was in the Mawflower apartment building. Too Healthy Tourist: "Is it healthy here?" Rancher: "Healthy? Why we hadda shoot a eoupla guy in order to start our cemetery." Read it in 1"he Times CAFE On Route 4----South of City. POPULAR PRICES Special Every Day FRIED CHICKEN SANDWil3HES - 20c v';J*'" ' ' - ' "' "1. New Reduced Prices!! On ROSZELL'S ICE CREAM PACKAGES Plain Vanilla, Chocolate, Neo opolitan, Strawberry. One pint, 15c--Two pints, 29c Bulk Vanillapts. 20c, qts. 40c "We Dip It For You." WES SIDE CAFE Arthur Woodrum, Prop. .................... I ............ J YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED i i , i, i Vincent Jones Republican Candidate for Re-election for Circuit Clerk . ........ November 8, 1932 EXPERIENCED EFFI C IF_2Nq" Downing and Tomlinson's July CLEARANCE SALI: II Illl I II I I I I !l Ill I 100 MEN'S SUITS - $9.85 II IIII I III I I Values to $28.5Mostly Hart haffner & Marx make. Sizes 34 and up. SALE PRICE $5.95 SIE PRICE $7.95 SALE PRICE $9.95 HIGH SCHOOL SUITS V,l.e. $8.00 to $9.50 HIGH SCHOOL SUITS Vai... $,0.000  ,,3.0 HIGH SCHOOL SUITS Va,. ,,4.00 to $,.50 25 BOYS KNICKER SUITS, ex. good make, ALL WOOL To be sold at this sale. Each ....... $1.00 NO LIMIT--BUY AM MANY AS YOU WANT m, i ,i i ,i i ,,i ,, . _ MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, plain and assorted values in Broadcloth, value. $1 and $1.50 Sale Price 89c BOYS' KNICKER PANTS BOYS' WASH SUITS MEN'S WOOL TROUSERS, ,, H, I " I Age7 to 17. Valu 'o $3.00, |y 89C all sizes, Valu to $2.50 78c during sale, 20% OFF : i BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS and BLOUSES in Broadcloth--39c or 3 for $1.00 2 Pair of 75 SILK HOSE or 3 Pair of 50c SILK HOSE for ............ 98c SALE--Don't Miss It! This Is Your Saving DOWNING & OM INSON MT. PULASKI, ILL.