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community will be held on August 25th this year. This is their 13th an- nual event and promises to be as bi as ever. ELKS ANNUAL PARTY WILL IiE HEID NEAR LINCOLN The a:mut Elks' stag party will be held. at Slob's camp near Lincoln as the 7lace, and Thursday, August 25th, as the date. Members of Lincoln Lodge No. 914, and visiting Elks, are eligible to attend. PAGE SIX ! i I County, News I oo--00 i Moore, of Lincoln, were married - LICENSED TO WED Saturday afternoon, August 13th. 1 r-k Snyder, 34, Middletown, LINCOLN COLLEGE PRESIDENT) ]I ahd Gladys Maxie Helley, 21, of SUBMITS TO OPERATION t Jamestown Indiana. Arie Vanderhorst. president of I LOGAN COUNTY SECOND IN Lincoln College, submitted to ama- t AMOUNT GRAIN SHIPPED jot operation last week at the St.. Clara's hospital in Lincolnc Dr. I has been suffering from! Vanderhorst Logan county elevators shipped a gall bladder ailment for some time II 57 cars cf grain to the Illinois Grain and an operation was performed for Corporation during the month of relief.. His condition is reported as July to take second place among satisfactory, I the counties of the state. • N BIRTHS EXCEED DEATHS L HARTSBURG HOMECOMING LINCCLN DURING MONTH I The annual Homecoming event--thei For the first time in several high light in the life of Hartsburgl r.Juths" births exceeded deaths in Lincoln, it is shown in the July re- o(rt on vital statistics issued by L'.loyd Gerard. city clerk. There were sixteen births and '.hirteen deaths reported during the month. 1H ISTORICAL PAGEANT IS GREAT SUCCESS /TIE Betty Ann Troy, I6-year-old school girl of Stamford, Conn., was the national winner o| the George VVashington Bicentennial essay con- test in which more than a million boys and girls competed throughout the U. S. On her trip to Washing- ton, D. C., Betty was preented with a special gold medal by predict .HoovJ'o 'L AgK ][. ILLLMOfg Colored Troupe Jailed At Clinton "ihe residents ef George W. ]baker,. Weldon hardware dealer, was san- sacked by five negro men and two colored women [ate Sunday nit. The negroes were part of the Ideal Entertainment company which h been showing in Wetdon for the past week. The colored people were apprehend- ed later in the evening and taken to Clinton where they were lodged in the Dewitt county jail to await a pre- liminary hearing before Judge Wil- liam F. Gray of the county court. Baker reperted to State's Attor- ney Wirt tterrick late Say even- ing that on his arrival home he no- ticed that the house had been ran- sacked and all the clothing had been torn from its hanging places and thrown in heaps on the floov A clos- er check revealed that severM of his shirts, two vocketbooks con-aining $12, and several sheets were missing from the house.--Deland Tribue. I The Idea 1 Entertainers showed The L::gan County Histori:at Pag- eant at Lincoln -Chautauqua last here at the local theatre the week Thursday evening made history .as ,,orc. }far as the staging of a coumy-wme :regnant was concerned. .An esti- REBEKAH MAGAZINE imated crowd of 2,000 viewed the l;,,., ,-,.-.I 2-0 TELLS OF UNITING PLATE GLASS ARRIVED Washing*on portrayal and were ,,,,,n Won BROTHER SISTER 'cud in their -,raises of the affair. FoR .00EW BHLD,N00 Kitte Ball Ga 13ft. Pub, ski was well represente,t in! i theePCrtrayal as well as in the audi-  reel The article carried in the Times- Plate [,,lass for the new Griesheim i building, corner cf Br.:mdway and ':::" !News last wee in connection witI Kickamm streets. Lincoln, arrived } Lincoln, ltt.--Lincoln won a 2 to 0 { the reuniting of a brother and sister lst week from St. Louis, and set-IIIR" MASKEL LEE ON THE I tiny of the t'!g panes is com::lete: i ILLINOIS STATE FAIR STAFF i decision from Mr. Pulaski in a Logan, after a twenty year search was liih- County Day game at chautauqua, ly interesting to many of our readers" First ship:nents of Kresge eqmp- i ..... Thursday as F. Dehner and Romerand caused much comment. ment and stock has arrived and de- I Dr. Maskel Lee of Atltnta is :hy- fleered to the basement, which issician at the Illinois State Pair!mixed in a tight pitching battle. In connectibm with this case wee ready for sto:kin:. : School of Domestic Science. which The v*ininc twirler allowed three give a renrint below of an articl ta'- hits and issued one pass and allowed[ken from the International Rebekah ciIwened at the fair grounds in MISS COOGAN STRICKEN Springfield last Friday, aud will only one man to advance as far as I in its August issme: W'¢ VISITING FRIENDS .continue in session until Saturday,' secvnd ba-. Romer was touched for I Eugene Wood cf St. Louis, a for- ! hits and issued one base on balls. August 27th. I mer Home boy, visited friends in Lin- .....  . --- Miss Julia Fulscher of Elkhart ,six t*nss ose irene boogan, aaugnter' . ".. • . ...........  vcmty s one of twelve honor stu- I In the second inning, L Dehner hit coin, Illinois, recently for the first oz azz J. boogan, ot bracero, was I dents from last year's school who I a drive along the foul line in left field I time in ten years. His visit was ofj stricken with acute appendicitis while i are acting as squad captains for the ', which Underhill dropped after a I special interest to us. from the fact vising friends in Springfield and lfirst week of the school, and will as-i hard run and the hitter was given that a sister, Lillian. who had been was overated on at the Springfield isist in the various departments for! credit for a single. Gossett followed adopted from the Home at the age hospital Wednesday eveRlng. Her the remainder of the sessmn. I with a single to driw, in the first run. : of three, now living fn California, had "" " e 1 The second run tallied in the written us some two years ago in- condition s regarded as favorabl . ]00fH CLUB SHOW Ieighth'With°ne°utLaymanreachedquiringab°utherfrmily'Shehadn° RULES WAR VETS NOT first on Dillsaver's error but was fore- i definite memories of any of them, ENTITLED FREE LICENSE AND F B PICNIC General Carlstrom has . • Attorney ruled that world war veterans were ne entitled to free licenses for ped- dling. State's Attorney Harry E. Pratt of Peoria requested the opin- ion. Carlstrom pointed out that the supre court recently held uncon- stitutional an act f legislature giv- ing veterans free licerse privileges. The court declared the act granted special privileges foa class. LAD BREAKS THIGH I FALL FROM -MOW } IN [ [ Donald Harris, 6, son of Mr. and I [rs. Carl Harris, Jr., residing bi ween Mt. Pulaski @_ui Elkhart, reecho- | ed a fractured thigh in a fall from a hay mow on the Harris farm Friday. He had been playing in the mow vith two other children and was In ithe conaemna'Aon su,' in county court to condemn land for the hammer and Clem Gartom state 'aid road between Kenney and ' ........ Hallsvitle, the following claims were allowed by the jury. Dart Delmore was awarded $30 for tract of .46 of an acre; Cecil and Wesley Westbrook were awarded $38 for .65 of an acre; H. L. Harms was awarded $42 for .83 of an acre; RoY Dement was given $3 for .3 of an acre and Amanda Cromwell was awarded $1 for .28 of an acre. A settlement was made with the L. B. Clarl heirs and the Warner estate case was con- tinued until August 19. The annum 4-H 'rub show and Farm Bul-eau 2.ionic will be held at Chautauqua pat'k in Lincoln on Mon- day, September 5, which is Labor Day. This annual event has always been one of the outstanding features o£ the farm bureau arid is looked for- ward to and planned for from one year to the next. The morning program will consist of 4-H calf and pig club show, horse- shoe pitching and contests of various kinds. At the noon hour an old fashioned basket dinner will be served. In the afternoon music of differ- ent kinds and a well known speaker will furnish the highlights of the day. Hog and chickea calling con- tests will give the men and women a chance to exercise their vocal chords. And a baseball game between the Lo- gan County Farm Bureau team and another Farm Bureau team will take place. The general committee on arrange- ments are: Wm. Krause, Dr. C. S. Oglevee, John Crane. Albert Shell- ed at second by L. Dehner. Gossett: rmr was she even certain that she followed with his second hit. F. Deh- had been at one time a child in this ner's safe blow scored L. Dehner. !particular Home, but thought the Anderson singled with one out in l name of Lincoln was connected in the first but was out stealing. Under- some way with tle place where she hill singled for Mt. Pulaski with one had lived. out in the second but McVey and Ro- mer were retired in order. In the fourth, Gruber walked and was forc- ed at second by Anderson` ]'he latter l went to second on a nassed ball but was stranded when ]inert lied to Mitchell and Foster rolled out. Dill- saver singled in the sixth but was forced at second and the side was re- tired in order in the last three innings. Underhill starred in the third with a one-handed stab of Mitchell's drive to deer left. S0ore by innings: Mt. Pulaski .... 000 000 000--0 3 3 Lincoln ....... 010 000 01{)---2 6 0 Batteries: Romer and Schaffenack- er, Blackford; F. l)ehner and Layman. Foreign nations stffl owe Uncle Sam nearly $11,600,000,000 exclusive The Home records eOablished the fact that the Woods-children had l$v- led here some twengy- years ago, ad employees of that ffy, still in the : Home, remembered" tYmm, but no one , bad any knowledge of their where* abouts. Eugene was greatly rejoiced o have the letters e had received from his sister, and' w like to tMwk that the family, three sisters and tlie brother, will enjoy r Sappy re-union in the very near futwre." REPUBLICANS ATTEND KANKAKEE FAIR A caravan of approximately 200 Republicans treked to Kankakee Tuesday to attend the fair (?) and I h eLy Len Small observe Illinois Day l which was in his honor. of the bill for the army of occupation i Detroit is also the country's dg in Germany. 'ing producer of m]'l cans. THURSDAY AUGUST LAII!3 ALLCWED. IN IN CONDEMNATION SUITS the HARTSBURG INSTALL LIGHTS FOR KITTEN BALL When Hartsburg does a thing it does it in a big way as proven by the act that when Kitten Ball was talked in the community, they decid- cided inasmuch as it wa a strictly facming community it would be well te phY at night instead of at twi- ]ig}t. Ar,-:lgements were made to secure the lights used on the downtown mini- store golf course in Lincoln And if everything goes as planned the first game will be played the first of the week. The commercial association pur- chased the lights and they will be er- ected on the high school field. Franklin W. Fort, New Jersey/is president of the board of the newly created Fedcra! H Loan Bank, He has just been appointed by Presi- dent Hoover. There are tour oth" members of the board, two Relmh- licans and t'o Democrats, Mr. Fort was former member of the House of Rcpresentativc from New Jersey. SEALED BIDS Fire Prevention Iro Whom Week Oct. 9-15 notice is : nder Chaplet 130, ! ot' Illinois, the Trearrt*r gprilSFflefd, II1.---GG'. Louf L of Illinois will receive Emmrson, in a proclmation issued. all ublic money to, be AuR:It 12th. called ugo lca]: ofli-: active llnd reactive cials, chambers of commerce and civic any and all banks duly organizations throughout Iffinois to do busfnes in *.he State interest tb.e residents of f]l eom-: Such l/dg will be received munities i "Fire Preventica week," State Treasurer at October 9 t: lb. before September 6, The proclamation sets forth that: clock noo Proper blank "The estimated fire loss in the na- tion last ye¢ was $464,633,25 and 10J)00 lives. The loss in Illinois as compiled from reporting officials was $ib°935,749. Ths is too hgh a price to ay for carelessness, which is the underlying cause of 75 to 90 per cent of all fires. "Control of fire waste is one of the most im.aortant probtems of state and nation in normM times. In times of economic stress the problem s more difficult because expenditures for upkeep and improvement are largely deferred, pending better times.' This increases fire hazards materially and calls for exercise of more vigil]once agains fire." "Every fir@' the governor's state- ment continued. 'is possible start- ing points of a conflagration and jeopardizes human life as well. Every individual can keep preaises fi, e- from rubbish and waste .fombutiBle material and can exemcise care where dav.er of fire is i:volved. Of Scil bodies, especi/lly school and hospital boards, should require this from em- ployees. "Even in difficult finarmml: times- such semous hazards a.: defective flues and dangerous wood?zn shingle reefs should not be tolerated. Those I who are in position to do so should t keep u2 normal repairs and make I contemplated improvement.% not onlyt l for the benefit of their 9yoperty, but  as a matter of stimulatin emplccy=- I merit, '"I urge that local official, Cham- bers of Commerce, and civic organi- ] zatfons co-operate to arouse:a great- er fnterest in the citizens of their communities for fire DreverLion and especially that programs: be held in all schools to instruct pup.lIS, in the. causes )f firs and their control. Co- operation of the press is invited." Nevada was the only state-that last year- added to L'ncle Sam' revenue. Tlivqgh there was a net decline for thectates asia whole of/atmt 35 per cent,. Nevada returned $1:,,332, or an irrease of $2702 A Classified Ad Gets Rtalts' BUY YOUR MILK OF MAGNESIA T Pen's Rexall Drug Stre bidding and printed be mailed 1:o each State av bank doing business in deposRs met be secured by security t e approved Wrem, urer. EDWARD Y. State MT. 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