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.... ?i i  , i i PAtS SIX i News! I LAK00 FORK 00k00Fork 24--M00 657 LINCOLN FAMILIES tPhillip- and'two daughters, residing! GET RELIEF FLOUR tnear OTtawa, Iowa, are visiting at Captain J. A. Mollinson, who al- ready holds speed records for flights Au::'a]i to Lndon, and from London to Cape Town, Friday, Aug- ust 19th, completed the first west- ,alxl solo flight across the North At- lantic ocean At 5:45 a. m. E.S.T., just 24 hours and 10 minutes after he left Port- Marnock, Ireland, he was sighted over the airport at Halifax, N. S., al,proximately 2663 miles from 'his starting point. ANNUAL REUNION AT I. O. O. F. LABOR DAY I the home of her brother, James Wy, a we .undred and fifty-seven fatal-1 nd, near Chestnut They called on lies in East and Wet Lincoln have ]Lake Fork friends a few days ago. received sacks of relief flour issued ! Mrs. Clyde Febus, Mrs. Harvey in co-operation with the Red Cross Davis, Mrs. A. E. Baumgardt and  t Mrs. Wilber Beck were recent visit- ATLANTA SCHOOLS TO ors in Springfield. Ora Mac and Phyllis Kettles and : OPEN SEPTEMBER 5TH Bobble Tarbox, who visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt for several days, Classes in the Atlanta grade and went to Hartsburg last Thursday igh school will convene Monday, and visited until Saturday with Mr. September 5th. All high school stu- and Mrs. Orville Piatt, when they re- dents are requested to register Aug- turned to their homes in Chicago. ust 26th and 27th. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Koehlar, of Springfield, visited here last Friday FILE ESTATE OF with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis VICTIM OF TRAIN Koehlar. Mrs. John Baker and two children, The estate of Mrs. Eflie Ferue of Lincoln, visited here Friday with Kindred, wife of Leslie Kindred, At- her oister, Miss Flo Handlin. lanta townhip assessor, who was Mrs. Charles Ross and three chil- killed some time ago when the Kin- dren, of Springfield, visited in Lake dred car was struck by an Alton Fork Friday with her mother, Mrs. :train near Atlant, a, was filed for Una Munyon. probate in Lincoln Friday A son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burton; sixth child. MAN BITTEN BY VIPER Mrs. Burton before her marriage was Miss Opal Ross. TAKING PHYSICAL TEST Mrs. H. O. Haynes of Sringfield vb'ited here last week with her John Hopp, who was bitten by a granddaughter, Mrs. Robert Bul:ton, viper at the Dumser store in Lincoln and went from here to Chestnut to on the 26th of July, went to Peoria spend a few days with another the first of the week to submit to a'granddaughter, Mrs. Alfred Wilson. three days' blood test and physical Mrs. John Gaffney of Milton, Iowa, examination. !and Clark Gaffney of Cornland vi- cinity, visited old friends here last REMOVE LAST TRAIN Thursday- PENNSYLVANIA LINE Mr. and Mrs. Chester McAfee and family motored to Brighton, Illinois, Saturday was the last trip of the !and visited relatives Saturday and Sunday. ! remaining passenger train on the Mr and Mrs. Dale Spain and ram-] PennsylvaniaArmington.line Athrughstar mailAtlantaroute ily, of Edinburg vicinity, motored I will be inaugurated between Minier here Sunday and visited her parents, l Armington, and connecting with Mr. d Mrs. G. A. Stults. : Mackinaw. ' Fred Fulton was able to return home Sunday from the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln, where he had un- READY dergone a goitre operation. FOR KITTEN BALL Mr. and Mrs Henry Sandleben, of Lincoln. visited Sunday with Mr. and The Hartsburg Kitten Bail Leogue Mrs. Sherman Peters. has been organized with six teams, Mr. and Mrs. Lawis Zelle attended games wili be payed each Mon- church services in Chestnut Sunday Wednesday and Friday even- morning, and took dinner with their Lights will be turned on be- son, Fred W. Zelle, and family. tween 7:30 and 9:15 o'clock. Four Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt attended the teams are from the country the State Fair at Springfield Sunday. : and two from town. Miss Ruby Moore was a guest Sun- day of Miss Helen McAfee. DEPARTED BY CANOE Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Robinson OX ?RIP TO HAVANA and little daughter Meredith spent Sunday with hel parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Coates. Dr. Jans Lund and Herman ttein-, Ch,'rles Manley, Charles Fulton zel left early Saturday moring from an d sister Mabel, while out motoring Lincoln on a canoe trip down Salt Sunday evening, met with an acci- dreek, intending to travel by canoe d,qt A bumble bee flew in the car, Afteer proceeding down the d,.ivcr lost control of the .,  ; _- - ar mon rl;e.', scering wheel, with the result that ey ooK tne angamon to tne lm - the car ran into a ditch and tpset. nora, and then u', the Illinois to Charles -Fulton was badly bruised, Havana, compteti the trip Tues- but the others escaped with very lit- tle injury. LAYMAN BROADCASTS LE;ICN ADJUTANT FROM STATE FAIR William C 5'u::3=, state adjutant of the Ameri'an L-gion, with head- Earle Layman of Lincoln was in Elo:migton, has been heard over the radio Monday after- reappointed by the new department noon and evening, broadcasting seT- commander cf the gion, James p. eral vocal solos from station WCBS, Lindley, o Chicago, elected at the Springfield. The programs were presented from the radio booth in state convention in Danville last the Exposition building on the State week. Fair grounds LEAGUE ASKS C.F. JOHNSON OFFICER .!OR REDUCTIONS OF MILK GOAT GROUP The executive committee of the Lo- Charles F. Johnson of Lincoln was County Taxpayers' League met re-elected vice-president of the Illi- at the court house in Linc:'lu Tues- ntis Milk Goat Breeders' Associjtion and made plans to at the annual meetinsr conducted at further tax reduction requests the Illinois State Fair in Springfield tb county o,.:ias. ):'he !eat, ue Monday. have a committee appear before the board of neview, now in ssssion, (Advertisem-ent) FAMOUS HOUSEHOLD LOAN PLAN AVAILABLE TO COMPLETES FIRST FLIGHT _ MT. PULASKI CITIZENS ACROSS OCEAN WESTWARD Through the Decatur office of the Husehold Finance Corporation, the nationally knon Household Loan Plan. which has helped so many fami- lies out of financial difficulties, is available to the families of Mt. Pu- laski. More than 360,000 families in several hundred cities took advantage of this family finance service last year. Under the Household Loan Plan, you can borrow $300 or less to elp tide over fmily financial emergen- cies. with as loner as 20 months to repay. The cost is as low as the economies of Household's hrge vol- ume and management can make pos- sible. Under the Household Plan the only A banquet tende former Odd signatures required are those of hus- Fellow's Orphans Home students by bad and wife. You do not lave to the Board will be one of the annual have friends or relatives endorse homecoming in Lincoln Sunday and lyour note. No investigations are Mdav Sentember 4th and 5th. l made among friends, tradespeople or "-)ord' rvx;eived from former pupils employers--the loan is strictly be- indicates ?hat an unudly large ] tween you ,and Household. Any mar- number cf Alumni will present lried couple permanently located and for the reunion. The )ajority will!keeping house whose nornal income arrive Saturday v-d remain until af-l is sufficient to meet living expenses tar the Labor Day holiday, vlus small payments on a loan is eli- .e bpnqwt will be served in the gible to borrow under this plan. If ........ Home you desire further information on :s d'ning room of the chfldre , :' I the Household Loan Plan, just ad- Sunday afternoon- , dress the Household Finance Corpor- THE TIMId-NEWS, MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS .... NEWS ZEIGLER PICKET 84 TSBUSHELS YIELD !N CHRISTIAN COUNTY Taylorville, Ill.--An unusually large yield of oats on Christian unty land has been been reported by Logan Fisher, who tenants the Dr. C. A. Stokes farm in Taylorville ;ownshi:;. The average was 84 bush- duction of soybeans, sixtieth in alfal- fa, and thirteenth in value of all cr:ps, according to a survey com- pleted recently by the College of Agriculture, Univemity of Illinois ELEVATOR AT NEW HOLLAND DESTROYED Fire which was discovered at 2 o'clock Wednesday morning com- pletely destroyed the W. J. Sullivan grain elevator, one-half mile west of New Holland on the Alton railroad. IS SHOT TO DEATH Domintk Lauranti, 33. of Zeigler, an op:onent of the new wage agree- ment. was shot to death by unidenti- fied persons while picketing a Bell hnd Zcllar mine at Zeigler shortly after Sunday midnight. Both Zeig- ler mines were operating Monday. OLD SETTLERS' REUNI@N AT PASTIME PARK els to the acre. ! John Bedinger. of Clinton, presi ............ dent of the DeWitt County Old Set-" LOGAN rat i rln am "  tiers' .... ......... ..1  ssocmmn, has com,qeted aT- SOYBeaN Puuum rangements for the 45th annual re- )union to be held Sunday, August Logan county is fifteenth in pro-128th, at Pastime Park on Salt creek, between Kenney and Clinton. With fair weather old settlers from Dewitt, Macon and Logan counties are ex- pected to attend the reunion in brute -numbers. A fine program of speech- "as, music, and other forms of enter- tainment has been arranged. SWANSON DEFIES REALTY BOARD IN TAX BATTLE State's Attorney John A. Swanson has directed his st,aft to charge the Association of Real Estate Taxvav- era with contempt of court to test its HELEN JACOBS NOW j right to+fight Cook county taxes. ON TENNIS THRONE{ School teachers, to whom pay  {checks are no more than :leasant - ... |memories, instigated the actionThey niH:l:.oJCabSathwee;edmeltY Cu'g:nldemanded an investigation a month t ;ago holdin the real e t H " "  g state axpay- meleL2nol,?:t s,nce.she can re-, ers grou, responsible for the general , " pea zne womens[ ' , " , ............ tax . rke that had all but stopped ennls tnrone rellnqulsned ny ;urs t - - he inflow of money into the county Helen Wills Moody. land city treasuries. Genius now is given prizes instead Kind words are the world's music. of having to fight for recognitiom Home-keeping hearts are happiest. Vogeisang's Announce... Their Stock of School Supplies NOW READY for COMING SCHOOL YEAR Note the Remarkably Low Prices we make on the many items offered. Perfection Cedar Pencils, 7in long with medium lead and erasor 6 for 5c Guarantee Pencils, 7 1-2 in. long, nickel tips, red erasor, great pencil for the price 3 for 5c American's VELVET Pencil, one of the best 5c pencils made--each ...... 4c Mechanical Pencil --a very good one for ...... 5c Wear Ever Mechanical Pencils, propels, expels top action, 5 1-2 inch, and IT Works ...... 10c Pencil Leads---12-18 in tube, black and colors __5c i Note Book Filler--60 sheets, smooth paper .... 5c Note Book Covers--black binder board, sched- tries inside,2 ring fixtures, 60 sh. paper __14c PALS Note Book Covers asst. colors, instruc- Aion sheet, class-spor t schedule, 2 rings__10c Crayolas--6 in box, 4c 8 in box 8c 16 in box 15c. Special Price for opening sale. H 18 sticks W. Chalk for 5c; 12 sticks colored for 5c BIG 5 Tablets, 8xl0 in.,150 pages, smooth paper with pencil 5c Guarantee Tablets--8xl0 in., 140 pages extra quality paper ........... _ ........ 5c ,,,H Colored Pape$ Tablets--8xl0 in, 120 pages, with pencil for operdng sale 5e Miscellaneous School-Needs Other Items such as Paste, Glue,.relnforcements for Note Books If you wan young men ,to stand ation, Citizens Building, Decatur, up straight put them in uniform. , Illinois. (Advertisement) UD-N'BUB Erasors, Rulers, Compasses; Protactors; Pens; Lunch Boxes; School Bap; Etc.; on hand for you, all parked with profit oppor- tunities if ou buy. VOGELSANG,S THURSDAY AUGUST 25' BULL SNAKE CRAWLED ti'ht fitting cage ntil the box INT0 gMALL WREN BOX taken down nd one zhle A bull sake 29 inches long forced iand the snake was killed as it its body through a hole one inch in[to escape. The excited diameter into a wren house that ]he parent birds called measured four inches each way atltheir domestic tragedy. Mason City recently, and killed four  " baby wrens that had just been hatch- # cal. The snake had crawled to the t The humblest individual| top of a rose tree where the wren some influence either for goo box was located. It remained in its il upon others. mhulance Moderate Our prices are moderate. It is important to mention this fact, be- cause the reputation we have for superior service might lead one to s believe that our prices would be cor- [ spondly higher. [ The slmpie truth s that oUr ser- vice is for all--and priced, therefore, within the reach of all. JOH n r. H H Y ",- to.Cogan ,unty ,for oer fifty ttextrS' EAST s,o suE MOUNT PULA,SRI. ILL. 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