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PAGE SIXTEEN 00EFLECTION00 >CAL JEWELER GIVEN HIGH RATING . .7 r. v Jacob C. Buttell, Jr., local j eler, who gradua, ted from (Continued from Page I, Col. i) Bradley school of watch repair. [ last year and as since been lo- that they are ,'gambling" with the cated in  theatre building, re-tmost precious thing in the world " cently received his rating follow-' g  government test taken some time ago. The rating was an exceptionally high one and a certificate as Jun- ior Watchmaker wa awarded :m by the Horological Institute America. He ranked seventh in : "a .group of 125 ,vho took the ex-! :;: amination, in which only thirty! ': ! passed. I Many Toothaches ] Trice'ratops dinosaurs had more n 500 teeth and suffered from toothaches. i Cool & Comfortable MX}LLUM'S CLINTONIA 00tOUNT na,mo00 JUDGE W. C. LIIA DIED LN OKLAHOMA CITY L'dJATR  CLINTON TIMES FRIDAY, JULY 18 Double Feature-- "Pete" Buckles 87 Years Young Peter W. Buckles, well known assessor of Mount Pulaski town- $$ They are not gambling tth na- terial wealth but with a love that claims every waking moment. 'While they are small it is possi- SATURDAY, JULY 19 hmus Shows from 2 p. m. DOUBLE FEATURE "Rookies on Parade" with Bob Crosby and his Bobc.ts Marie Wilson -- Ruth Terry No. 2 "STRANGE ALIBI" wifh Arthur Kennedy and Joan Perry SUN.-MON. JULY 20-21 Sun. cont. shows from 2 p. m. Mat. 2 pro, eve. 7i15, 9:30 TUES.-WED. JULY 22-23 Mat. 2 pro, eve. 7:15, 9:30 Wed. cont. shows from 2 p. m. JOB-DAYS Selary will be $180.00 if iob is no" accepted July I bfh SCREEN MERLE OBERON DEHHI$ MORGAH HAYWORTH ship for a number of years, at- tained his 87th birthdaT annivers- Judcje S00'in, Judge W'. C. ukenbill of Okla- Interesting homa City, Oklahoma, died at his In conection with home in that city at 11 a. m. iprogram to be held Wednesday, July 9. He was a for-[day July 20, in the mer resident of i.gan county, l ian church, Lincoln t Judge Lukenbill was born in I tion of 'a bronze tblet ! an inscription telling  i Lincoln's connection 1 church, as mntioned week's Times-NewS, information will be of terest to Logan county: Unearth A time yellowed ble to look after their physical 'safety, knoxing where they are. ..... v 11 In celebra Indiana and in his youth came ary 'naay, oul . -i ' honor at the home of a son. * Claude V Buckles a, nd wife o[ sehl and later studied law and  - --  : -  ' 'r he li s becamean attorney and began his1 Nortn rarK stree we e 'e.  ' , The following ,,-ere present: I Py;:;:Sm:e wnas Oy::h:da coCutt{ Decatur--Mr. and Mrs. Barney ldg e I $ age, ! Ingram. ' showing allowance of ., But as they reach school Lake Fork--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Surviving are his wife and one lLogan county board of! !ors in payment for :he restraint and care of parent- hood becomes increangly diflfi- cult. The crossing of streets to these kiddies has became a sickening Foster. Virginia--Mr. and Mrs. Elward Roach. ' Peoria--Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ingrain and son John Kenneth; the latter is a great great grand- hazard, 'son of Mr. Buckles. $$  M n- Andrew I For the automobile has increas- I , xou  Pulaski--John ed this risk an hundredfold. Buckles. Mrs. Jennie Buckles. $$ In reference to Mr. Buckles as Then, as they reach the age when going here and there on pleasure jaunts is accepted as a part of the life of young people Mother's hair begins to take on township assessor, he finished his 1941 duties recently. In the spring election he again r'a on the Re- publican ticket and with the sup- port of a large number of Dem- ocratic friends, he received many son, VVilbur, of Oklahoma City; mother, Mrs. Leora Lukenbill, of i Christian church in Clinton; two sisters, Mrs. Essie El-i Ills, of Clinton, and Mrs. Addle Buckles, of Convoy, Ohio; two brothers, E. H. Lukenbill of Lin- :coln, superintendent of the Lo- gan county schools, and H. D. Lu- kenbill of Springfield. Funeral and burial services were held in Oklahoma City, last Sat- urday. SHIPMENTS OF NTE r ",VHEAT .-kN']D OATS Harvest time is here in full blast: and most of the wheat and oats that grayish color that so becomes more votes than any candidate on ......... her I ....... arouna Ad.0unt I'UlaSKI are velng both tlCKets, a'na was electea lor { ...... ee in . . . comoined. Five elevators, mr $$ ano*.l'r term_ oI our years. He ......... But which she attains at a price ......... , the city and two xn tne country, is pernaps the omest toxmsmp ! .... - ........ ':-'- "^ntral known to no one but herself ............. ._ -- { Dill OUL OI ne ,ucm .tumu, ,. ofzlclal serwng in all ne - $$ *railroad station. Two of the ele- For those trips, so harmless in i States" vators are storing all the grain so which a term of circuit held with Abraham as judge in 1857 was the files of County by Judge L. B. Stringer The bill allowed the quarterly session of the 1857 stated ' David Blain, Dr., To use of Christian Sept'br term of Contrcvt with T. J. uty sheriff, $50." How is your their intent, ! Have become the greatest gam- ble in American life today. No more will we scoff at a mo- ther's ,'needless" concern or be- William Juleich, member of the St. Louis fire departfent, arrived in Mount pulaski Saturday and visited for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Aitchison. This makes Mr. Juleich's 38th annual come impatient with her restless 1 tossing { tich knows no end until her] KENNEY PLANS .00ies" are safe'under the HIGHWAY OUTLET ily roof once more. { At a meeting of the village [board Friday the matter of open- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ling Jordan street to the W*illiams ]highway, gi,dng Kenney a safe NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN outlet for traffic to the east, was by the Board of Education of discussed. far delivered, but the other three began making shipments on July 8, and up to Wednesday evening, July 16, there were 40 carloads of wheat and 9 carloads of oats shipped out. CHIN FRY AT CORNLAND JULY $I The members of the Christian church in Cornland are planning to hold their annual chicken fry on the evening of Thursday, July 31. Look for further particulars. The fire department was called out at 1 p. m. today on account of weeds catching fire between the @4 Sedan Service Any The Dey or OUR PRICES School District No. 28 in the Coun- ty of Logan, State of Illinois, that a tentative budget and appropria- tion ordinance for said School to perfect realty transfers now District for the fiscal year begin- agreed to by all parties concerned. ning July 1, 1941, will be on file'it is expected that the street will and conveniently available to pub-  . _ _ soon De openea lic inspection at The armer's, -- k from and after 10 o'clock I A force of NYA.workers has lall 'n a.m., 18th day, July, 1941. {been engaged the past week Notice is further given hereby] conditioning the oiling the streets a ublic hearing on stud that P " " ' ]of Kenney. The ork on six blocks budget and appropriation ordi- ! ..... I was complete last week nance will be held at 7 o'clock p.m., 25th day, July, 1941, t the Mt.: Pulaski Tomship High School in this School District. Dated this 14 day of July, 1941. Board of Education of School District No. 28 in the County of Logan, state of Illinois. By H. V. Wynd, Its Secretary. Is your subscription paid up in advance? If not, why not ? Jesse Mauer, commissioner, was]illin0i s Central tracks and the authorized to open the street, and Standard Oil Co. bulk station on South Garden street. No damage resulted. PAY $18,486 TO AGED IN LOGAN COUNTY Virgil Rimerman, of Lincoln superintendent of the Logan coun. ty department of public welfare, announced last Friday that the Logan county old age assistance payroll for July amounts to $18,- 486, and is paid to 781 recipients. VERY First commercial Program The first network commercial program was broadcast on Febru- a, ry 12, 124, over the Red net- work. Its sponsor was the Nation- al Carbon company and the pro- gram was entitled "He Kew IAn- COin." SCH Funeral Phone 235 CLASSIFIED SECTION If you have Anything to Sell, Trade, Want to BuF. Have Lost or Found---this seetion of the Times-News will get vu the action you want. Hundreds of others have found thlg to be true---why not you? j utltY 3 BIG DAYS Thur.-Fri.-Saf. July 24-25-26 Matinee each day at 2 p. m. Eve, 7:15 and 9:30 p. m. Joan Crawford in J0aa CRAWFORD Mdv DOUGLAS in CASH PAID fur dead orses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals removed free. Call Dr. C. M. Merriman, Phone 15. 50 ACRES well improved best of soil on paved road near Mount Pulaski. Cheap --Geo. E. Kiick. FOR RENT -- Six-room .house on North Belmont street, newly decorated. Apply to Elmer Mier. Phone 103. FOR SAI--5 cu. ft. Kerosene Electrolux, A-1 condition Mount Pulaski Appliance Store. FOR RENT--3 room upstairs airtment, modern; possession at --B. A. Tyler. I NEW CROP of Sweet Corn (large ears) ready the first of the week. 20c per dozen. Mrs. Har- ry J. Wible, phone 120. PIANO TUNING---Prof. Arthur Ericson will gain be in Mount Pulaski, July 24-25. Tuning $3.00. Leave names for tuning at the Times News Office. ROOMS FOR RENT--Suitable for light housekeeping or living and sleeping room. Only three avail- able. Hot water at air times. Times Apartment Hotel. WILL (X)M:B .YNE your wheat and deliver it to market- Dick Brown, 8 miles south and 2 miles west of Mount Pulaski. star of the Warner Bros. picmge, ,'slrltwardt is one of the many glamorous HoUywood mtt's Calox Tooth Powder. Thaf s because Calox is a tooth powder.., it contains five  and brilliant, natural luttr Give y0r teeth Calox card