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JULY 21, 1932 THE MY. PffLASK| TIMEg, MT. PULASKI, ILLINO]M PAGE 'r00N BALL HAS i 4"H Livestock Show On Sept. 5 ALL CUCKOO (Continued from page 1) AB R HPOA E l C, - .... 3 0 1 3 0 0 p, ___2 2 0 0 0 0 lb ......... 3 0 0 5 0 0 2b ......... 3 0 0 3 0 1 ss .......... 3 0 0 1 1 0 3b ..... 3 0 0 2 2 0 If ........ 2 0 0 1 0 4 fss ...... 2 0 1 1 0 0 rf, __[ .... 2 0 0 I 0 0 cf, ....... 2 0 0 1 0 0 ........ 25 2 218 3 I The annual Logan County 4-H club livestock show will be held at Lincoln chautauqua grounds Labor Day, September 5. Rules for the contest and the prem- i ium list follows: 1. All animals must be the >rop- erty of club member exhibiting them. 2. Each exhibitor will be limited to two entries in each class. 3. All hogs must have been dou- ble treated for cholera at least 30 days prior o show. 4. All cattle must be tuberculin tested and show free from tuber- Truckers AB R H PO A E l culosis. 3b ...... =3 0 0 3 3 0, 5. Each exhibitor of hogs must rf ....... 3 0 1 0 0 01wn at least one pig and care for it p, ........ 3 0 0 3 5 0j personally for a period of not lees 2b ........ 3 0 2 4 4 01 than 10 weeks previous to the show. lb ..... 3 1 1 7 2 01 6. All pigs shown must have been cf, __3 0 0 0 1 01 farrowed on or after March 1, 1932. ss ...... 3 1 1 1 0 0' 7. All animals entered in breeding c .......... 2 1 1 2 0 0 classes must be pore bred and regie- fss, __2 1 1 1 0 1 tered or eligible to register. Bar- If ......... 2 0 1 0 0 rows, steers or wether lambs may be Totals ...... 27 4 8 2115 0 ure bred, grades or cross-bred. 8. Exhibitors of calves must own f the kitten league teams liv- l at least cne calf and feed and care P to its name Tuesday evening t for it for a period of not less than t made "hash" out of the Mer- t six months previous to the show. 9. Exhibitors of sheep must own final score after the smoke (or / at least one lamb and feed and care r the dust) had cleared away t for it for a period of not less than 115 to 4 in favcr of the Hashsiin  10 weeks previous to the show. premiums total of 17 hRs and an error list Chester White Gilt--S7, $6, $5, $3, against the Merchants were $2. to spell defeat. But it was Chester White Litter--S7, $6, $5, game to watch and even $3, $2. players had a good time won- Duroc Jersey Gilt--S7, $6, $5, $3, who was going to be next to $2. Duroc Jersey Litter--S7, $6, $5, $3, Merchants AB R H PO A E $2. 3b ..... 4 0 1 2 2 1 Hampshire Gilt--S7, $6, $5, $3, $2. 2b ....... 3 1 2 0 1 0 Hampshire Litter--S7, $6, $5, $3, ss, _ ....... 3 0 0 2 1 0 If, _ ....... 3 1 2 0 1 9. cf ...... 3 0 1 0 0 2 rf, __--3 0 1 0 0 0 p, ...... 3 0 0 0 1 8 c ........... 3 1 1 8 0 0 lb, _ ...... 3 0 0 8 0 1 fss, _---3 1 1 1 1 0 Total _31 4 9 21 7 9 ABR HPOA E c ...... 522300 fss, _ ...... 5 2 3 2 g 1 ,_ ....... 50220 0 cf,- ...... 4121Q1 p, ......... 501140 lb, ___5 3 2 9 0 0 ,_ ...... 410000 if, ____3 4 2 1 0 0 $2. Poland China Gilt--S7, $6, $5, $3, $2. Poland China lAtter--S7, $6, $5, $3, $2. Poland China Litter--S7, $6, $5, $3, $2. Spotted Poland China Gilt---S7, $6, In The Glow of The Olympic Torch s ........ 41110 2b,- .... 31110 itals ...... 43 15 17 21 8 night the TruckeI took a cf the Butchers in an excit- to 6 affair. were plentiful bat errors were far between. The box score hers ABR HA E! ss,_ ..... 412020 3b,_ ..... 312120 c ......... 411000 i fss, _ ..... 4 0 1 7 0 0 If ......... 311201 cf, ...... 3 2h, _ ..... 3 rf ........ 3 0 1 1 0 1, __3 0 1 4 0 p, _ ..... 3 1 1 0 1 ..... _336:1221 5 1 ABR HPOA E lb, ....... 4 1 i 8 0 0 3b ....... 4 2 3 0 0 1 e, ........ 4 2 2 1 0 0 ss ......... 4 2 3 3 5 0 .......... 4 0 0 0 0 0 :f ..... 4 0 1 4 0 0 fss, ----4 0 1 4 0 0 p ......... 3 0 1 0 0 0 21) ......... 3 0 0 4 3 rf, _ .... 3 1 1 1 0 ...... 33 8121 8 1 Purebred Ewe Lambs--S5, $4, $2, 11 $I. 2 Pen of Three Lambe--$7, $6, $4, $2. Fat Wether Lamb--S5, $4, $2, $1. Pen of Three Fat Lambs-47, $6, $4, $2. Fat Steer (any breed)$14, $11, $I0, $9, $8, $7, $6, $5, $4, $3, $2; $1. MT. PULASKI THEATRE Friday & Saturday, July 22-23 THE LOST SQUADRON The torch, symbol oI tbe Olymp,es since 750 B.C. which tops the ,diurn entrance at Los Angeles, furmshes the setting for presentation o[ two of Uncle Sam's aqua maids who will compete in the games this month, TI' are: Georgia Coleman, Los Ange!cs, and Hdene Madison, Scattle, both national champion, diving aM swmuning. Froschauer and Bennis May Make lllini Team That two Lincoln high school grad- uates may nake the lllird football team this fall is berne out by the following comment sent out from Ur- bans: "Then there is Frank Froschaner a halfback from Lincoln, and the $5, $3, $2. Spotted Poland China Litter---S7, i ride of the Big Twelve in 1930. He $6, $5, $3, $2. is tall and thin and Zuppke mued him Boar Pigs and breed (1 entry} ome in the line this spring, but his $7, $6, $5, $3, $2. I dace is at halfback and that is where Single Barrow--S7, $6, $5, $3, $2. i he will have his chance this fall. L Pen of Three Barrows--S7, $6, $5, but by no means least, Zuppke $3, $2. i hTes of making a center out of reserved to bu'ild a "by-pass" at the Purebred Ram Lambs--S5, $4, $2, i Chuck Beunis who came to Illinoi edge of town any time traffic is in- $1. from Lincoln as an end. creased sufficiently in the opinion of Want Route 121 To Go Through Morton The business men of Morton sent a delegation to urge the reuting of No. 121 road through the main part of Morton. Mr. Sheets informed the deleffation that the highway department is building roads for the entire state and prefers to lay them at  edge of towns to speed up traffic. He inq ed what the attitude of the Morton people was tca proposition for loca- tion of the road through the village at the present time, with the right Mortal eye never before witnessed its like--Skies torn asunder. Dazzle. Glitter. Thrill upon Thrill. Whine and 1 2 5 0 01ream of Wounded Planes. Charge modities, but to represent that the 0 0 1 b 0 ! and wheel of flashing Squadrons. additional cost of the item is due to O l While on the ground cameras whirr, 0 t Microphones listen so bhat the World 01may See and Hear AND BE STOP- PED IN ITS TRACKS. A mighty picture---"THE LOST SQUADRON". Ftr-flung gelus of the studios-- Millions of candle power. Batteries of cameras swung loft against sks where Americas cs streak, plunge, car, dive, and crash at the command of a Madman dir. Americas foremost fliers.--War de- vils, Air Mail Wmgmen, Derby win- 0 nets, Endurance Wizards, Monark of 0 the Skies. They helped to make this 1 whirling H--prodrone of Action in the air--'WHE LOST SQUADRON," team from the Lincoln with Shingler and Young the battery, lost a loosely to the local kitten ball- to 3, Monday evening. Blackford was the hitter of poling out two three one of which would have theme run if Hank hadn't wait- for the umlm to call it. lore inter-city games will be Friday and Monday. Pickups AB R H PO A E ...... 4 1 1 2 2 0 ......... 4 0 2 6 0 0 ib ......... 4 1 2 5 2 1 fss, __-4 0 0 2 0 0 If, .... 4 0 0 0 0 0 ......... 4 1 2 I 0 1 e, ........ 4 0 I 0 0 1 p, ...... 4 0 1 1 0 0 ss ....... 4 0 0 1 1 1 ......... 3 0 0 0 0 0 ..... 353 9185 3 AB R HPOA E  ......... 401001 f ..... 310001 3b ..... 4124301 ....... 422110 If, ..... 32310 e ....... 410420 'P, ........ 400270 __301200 3b, ...... 401113 , .... 310100 ...... 3681027135 Week's Schedule July 26---Butchers vs. July 27--Truckers vs. July 28--Mechani vs. the highway department. Morton BLAMING TAX FOR PRICE would be expected to assist in ob- route is ever selected. BOOST IS PUNISHABLE raining right of way if the second The proposition for the alternate It is a criminal offense for a deal-routes has not yet been made, but er who increases the price of mer- Mr. Sheets' question indicated that chandise in his hands on June 21, la|t such a procedure might be possible iT he represents falsely in any way Th e Morton representatives agreed that the increase is due to a tax tbt they would support such a plan paid on the merchandise, it was ex- i if it can be adw>cated by the highway plained in a stement issued oy the department. Bureau of Internal revenue. " Mr. Sheets is expected to notify The bureaa s atement is in an- swer to a number cf queries on the matter. The office oints out any dealer is free to fix prices of his corn- the tax, if thot is not so, constitutee a memeanor ptmishable by a fine of at most $1000 or imprisonment! not exceeding a year, or both. MOVED HERE FROM DECATUR MONDAY Mr. aMre. Carl Mason moved thei hol, 01d code on Monday from Detur and are ooeupying the herry br hoe on South Wa-- ington L,-now  by the Farm- era Elevator Co. clarence Hahn and family who lived in the Sherry house, are now living in their own home in STARRING RICHARD DIX. the north part of the city. SUNDAY ONLY!! SUNDAY ONLY!! BtlX OF NABISOOSFREE . 00.WITH EACH QUART OF " HOME MADE ICE CREAM THE MOST BY WEIGHT--THE BEST BY FLAVOR. Pint--20 Quart--40c Haft Gallons75 GMlon--$150 Two Gallon--S2.90 Three Gallon--S4.00 Five Gallon--S5.00 For all these priee we pack the Ice Cream bat de not take any baelL NEW PRICES ON FOODS the Morton committee if the proposi- tion for two routes can be made, and early action on building the route is expected. The road between Peoria and Decatur is practically complete with the exception of a gap between Morton and Tremont. -- Tazewell County Reporter. I MRS. HUDSON ENTERS i ST. CLARA'S HOSPITAL Mrs. Emma Hudson has entered St. Clara's hospital for care and treatment. Mrs. Hudson sustained a broken collar bone on June 28, when she fell off the porch in the rear of her news-stavxl. The break was not healing as well as hoped, is the rea- son for her going to the hoepital. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter were Springfield visitors on Wednesday. tsski hs gotten under good headway and many fields are back again to the stubble stage. Yields have been rr to fairly good, averaging 12 to 25 bushels. Steve Tierney of Lake Fork, has reported the best yield of wheat in that vicinity up to the prenf time. ' And from the report, .it will probably stand. Mr. Tlerney threshed 706 bushels I of wheat from a 22 acre field for an average of 32 bushels. Oats are making from 40 to 60 bu- shels and are of very good quality. A carload of No. 1 wheat was ship- ped out by the Zelle elevator at Lake Fork las week. This is rather un- usual for this season's crop. Just Starting At Coraland Threshing, the first of the week was just beginning to get under way in the Crnland territory. Three steam utfits and two tractor outfits will be in operation this week end. Combines Competing Combines are aLso beginning to Play an important part in that sec- tion in the harvesting of small grain. They are forming strong cmpetition for the other power outfits and are cutting the charge about three cents a bushel. THRESHING NOW/ I,EGION BAND MAY PARADE AT DANVILLE W00LL UNDER WAY/"00 00ouo** ser=usly considering participating in .__  the big parade to be held at Danville Threshing m and around Mt Pu on Monday, August 15 in con with the state convention of the  Double Wedding of ' Mt. Pulaski Couples i A double wedding of two Mt. Pu- la.ki couples took ptaee in Spring- field last Saturday. Miss Gladys Goodman, became the bride of Mr. Lewis Conaway, and Mrs. Mary Ki, the bride of James Warren. Mrs. Conaway is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Goodman, and i the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conaway. They will make their home in Decatur. merican Legion. Directed by Illinois department cutives of the American members of Curtis G. Redder No. 210 of Danville, aided of Danville through varied  groups are going about the task oT ,p4anning for the nnual state con, vention of the American Legion. Le- gionraares of the state will gaUu there in August for a four day Im- serbly from August 13 to 16. GIRLS" 4-H DEMONSTRATIONS AND CONTESTS JULY . The Girls' 4-H Clothing Club Ex- hibit and Contest will be held in tl Arcade Building Thursday, July All 'arments for this exhibit must be at the Farm Bureau not later than P. M. Wedney, July 27th. The judging contest will take pht in the morning and the demo tions and style show dn the afte The entries in the county denm stration contest are ,for the purpoee of choosing entries for the tet contest, to be held a Pontiac Aug. L Entries will be chosen for the State .... contest. TelePhone or send m your news, We want it. CAPONES TO BUY RANCH It is rumored on good attthority that the Capone boys, AI and Ralph, are going to buy the famous 101 Ranch in Oklahoma and settle down to a nice quiet life of raising such in- offeve things as won't tend to raise so much "h-----." Permanent Wave for tat Temporary Vacation FOR SALE! CHICKEN DINNER 35c ROAST PORK or BEEF 35c Ham & Eggs (including beverage) 35c STEAK and POTATOES ........ 30c BACON & EGGS 30 PIE ......... 5c SANDWICHES (all kinds) __5c & 10c THRESHING DINNERS 35c wheat a five- MT. PULASKI RESTAURANT R. BERTONI, Prop. 7-Room House Filling Station 2 Lots icated on Route 121 Latham, 111. W. H. Kerschner Latham, I!!. BUY BAYER'S ASPLN AT Pen's Rexall Drug Store i he satisfaction you will derive from baying a modern Permanent Wave will do much toward making your vacation trip a pleasant one. Have You Takan Advantage of Our Monday and Tuesday Beauty Specials. ARCADE BEAUT'/ SHOP Arcade Building Lincoln, 1 NOTICE. TO USERS OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY IN MT. PULASKI at your previous q Starting August 1st we will deliver door all bills for electricity used the month. q If you should fail to receive your bil/by the third day of any month, please notify this office. Central Illinois Electric & Gas Co. !/!