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Kreig Family,. Reunion Sunday nday, August 21, 1932, was a day for the members of the family, which assembled in a reunion a2 a coLtage on Lake De:a- tur. Five states were represented in this family groun, composed of the children, and other relatives of +,rs. 0000,bara Kre00g, one +f rot. Pu- laski's olde't and most highly es- emed residents. At noon a delici- ous fried chicken dinner was served and enjoyed by the twenty-five ]persons present. The day was cer- tainly ideal, and all had a delightful ime and a great visit with each TIME OF THE MICHIGAN BOULEVARD'S CHANGED Effective last Sunday, August 21st, the time of both the Michigan Boulevard trains on the Springfield division cf the Illinois Central was changed. No. 14. to Chic.ag0. nov*" arrives at 11:45 a. m.. and No. 13. to St. Louis, arrives at 7;31 p. m. Re- member these changes. There will be no more local passen- zer service Sundays on the Illincis: Central between Mattocn, Decatur, Mr. Pulaski. Lincoln and Peoria. this service was dis2ontinued last Sun- dav. The tw trains, northbound at. 9;55 a. m., and southbound at 7:16 p. m.. will continue to operate each :eek day on regular schedule. ether. l BOYS FROM MT PULASKI Those attending the reunion were ..... TE FIR SCHOOL Mrs. Barbara Kreig, Mrs. Emma i AT i'lA . Jenner, Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon LuPus i Visitors at the State Fair this and son Merle, of Mt. Pulaski; Mrs. [week should look up three Mt. Pu- Charles O. Delaney, sons Charles laski boys who are spending the and Robert, and Mrs. Lulu Fiegen-Iweek at the Boys' State Fair School. schuh, of Winston-Salem, NorthlThey are Everett E. Voile, Byron Carolina; Mrs. Lena Failng, daugh=[Blout and Henry Volle, Jr. ters Misses Nellie ann rances, oz, Terre Haute, Indiana; Charles and I n m,. a sltl Marion Failing, of Brazil, Indiana;i0W M0oern women Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Goss, daughter] ..... : Norma Frances, and son Robert, of l |AIO Pnllnd S nl g+l Columbus, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. N, E. a-v@ |vu v v |mr Swango, daughter Janet, and son  .-#=a  Howard, of Pittsburgh, Penn.; Mr.} bWllllY--bllrelv and Mrs. Robert Failing and son + Roaert, of Chicago. : : Mrs. Kreig, now over 90 yearn of was the oldert person present the reunion, and her great grand- non, Robert Failing, Jr., was the youngest. The daughters of Mrs, Kreig are L=na Failing, Mrs. Lulu Fieg- Mrs. Emma Jenner mad Elizabeth Bekemeyer. The lat- ter,who ties with her mother, was to attend the reunion on ac- of being in La Plata, Me., at the home oi  her daughter, Mrs. Griffin, whose husband was injured in an auto mish.9 a number of weeks ago. Five grandchildren were also unable to attend. EVERETT SHERBONDY DIES AT ELK' " Everett Sherbondy. of Elkhart, b'other of M's. Rell C, Beidter, of Mr. Pulaski, who suffered a stroke of Iralysis Wednesday of last week, i died at his home in Elkhart at 1:15i p. m,, Wednesday, August 24th. He ::: was in the meat business in Elkhart. Funeral arr.ngements had not been made this Thumday morning. At the last regular meeting of the Rebekah lodge held Friday night, Memorial services were held honoring the memory of the late Miss Mattie Wood. Preddent of District 17, Mrs. : Caroline Prather, was present with a message from the incoming president of the State Assembly. Miss Alma Card>.cc of New Hol- land visited here he past week with Mr. and Mrs. Lyman ": : just arrived Tim Reyal Tailors line ('f samples for fail. Step in and see them at lwning & Tomlin- n's- 7;ain PhysicM Vigor-- Youthfulness With Clear Skin and Vivacious Eyes That Sparkle With Glorious Health, Here's the recipe that banishes fat and brings int.o blossom all the nat- ural attractiveness that every woman possesses, Every morning take one half tea- poonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass cf hot water before breakfast --cut down on- :pastry and fatty --go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar--in 4 weeks get on the cates and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. Get a bottle of Kruschen Saltsthe ost is trifling and it lasts 4 weeks. If even this first bottle doesn't con- vince you this is the easiest, safest and surest way to lose fat--if you don't feel a superb imnrovement ii *health--so gloriously energetic--vig- nrouslv alive--your money gladly re- turned, But be sure fo your health's sake that you ask for and get Kruschen Salts, Get them at any drug store in the world,---adv. NOW FEATURING OUR BEST 6LEOMARGARINES Jelke's Good Luck Tip Top Nut ALSO THREE LINES OF Creamery Butter Vfe can please you now in Quality and Price SWINNEY'S Happy Hour Store SCHOOL IS ABOUT TO BEGIN Now is the time to have the Band Instruments Repaired and Clemed. Our work is Guaranteed and prices are lower than ever. Bargain Instruments BUESCHER TRUMPET $50.00 BUESCHER ALTO SAX. $50.00 CONN C-SAX ............. $25.00 C-SAX ................... $20.00 CONN CORNET ............... = ....... $25.00 SLIDE TROMBONE $15.00 VIOLIN OUTFI .................... $10.00 HANGER BROS. MUSIC STORE LINCOLN, ILLINOIS 40 Years of Service to the Music Lovers of Logan County, THURSDAY AUGUST KITTEN BALL BREVITIES The Giants whipped the Phillies Thursday night to keep their record clean. The Cubs beat the Reds again Tuesday nigbt by a 4 to 0 scope. Schedule for week T]:u:=,,t:y, August 25--PhilliPs vs. Giants. ,'te day. August 30--Giants vs. Cubs. Thur- day, September 1--Phillies >:+ + ,'ed_. Wednesday evenintr the Mt. Pulaski All-Stars wen a cIoseiy contested game from M. & G. under the Lin- ecln floodlights by a 12 to 11 score in a 10-inning game. KLten League Standing ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ART UNIT OF WOMAN'S CLUB !m the Art Uniattend this E.tate of Amos E. Van Hook, De- [ WILL MEET FRIDAY, SEPT. 2 ling- Following is the ceased, l Roll Call, Famous Artists or The undersigned, havin, been ao- The first meeting of the Art Unit 14ngs" Kinds of Etchings Mrs. pointed,Administratrix of the Estate I of the Mt. Pulaski Woman's Club will i Connclle. of Amos" E. Van Hcok, deceased, ib e held at 2:30 p. m., Friday, Sept. 2, hereby gives notice that she will up- Whistler. the great etcher. pear laefor, e the County Court of Lo- at the home of Mrs. Lorah Z. Lip, on North Washington street. An inter- .xnd Influence, Mrs. Gene C. gan Coun+y, Illinois. at the Co,art His Woks, 3!rs. G. F. i House in Lincoln, at the October. A. [estinr program cf study has been n x.-a r,, w,,,o, ] D. 1932 Probate Term, on the first !Plnned for the coming season on In(... , .... . v { Monday of October next. at which t ................... "" same dfferent phases of Amerman! !time all persons having claim against ,Art. It is important that all mere- i - ' :'aid Estate are notified and requested bers of the Woman's Club interested Special this L--Times- to attend for the purpose of having I he sawe adjusted. All pers:ns !n-i .... debted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the CLAUDE BUCKLES under.igned. Dated this 16th day of August, A. who was formerly with Unland Chevrolet Sales Giants .............. 2 0 0 1000 D. 1932. Cubs 2 0 1 I000 , I ...... - .............. ^ .... LAURA VAN HOOK. rn)mes u 1 tu . .............. -   Admmistratrix. !Reds ............... 0 3 0 .0UU lfor your next suit, tailored to it [children, of Stuttgart. Arkansas, me- .,,--. ltored to Mr. Pulaski, arriving Wed- -"  tuesday to visit for a week with his CONOVER'S MILITARY BAND .... OF MAROA PLAYED HERE Downing & Tomlinson have a full -- line of Men's and Boys' Hats and , , Caps for fall. Conover s Military Band of aroa ..... presented a concert of great merit in "7: " the Mr. Pulaski city park Wednesday evening, and greatly pleased a very .. large crowd. The Beaumount Band of 3It. Pulaski will ylay in Maroa is now working with the firm of BR()OKER & LEE and wishes to thank former patrons for their courtesies and consideration in the past PHONE--295 YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED this Thursday night, in the annual exchange concert. Next Wednesday evening, August lst. the Beaumount Band will start their band-concert in the city park 9rcmptly at 7:30 o'clock, and will dse at 8:30 o'clock, wishing to co- with the presentation of Wedding" at the Mt. Pu- laski Theatre. LAKE FORK DEFEATED MT. PULASKI TEAM The Lake Fork baseball club came to ML Pulaski last Sunday afternoon and defeated the locals at Renner' ball park by a score of 5 to 2. These teams have each two games to their credit this season, and the deciding contest wilt be played some time in Seotember. Next Sunday afternoon, August 28th, the Lincoln Travelers will co-he to Mr. Pulaski for a game with the v*'ell-balanced locals. Vincent Jones Republican Candidate for Re-election for Circuit Clerk November 8, 1932 EXPERIENCED EFFICIENT i i QUALITY MARKET SOUTH SIDE SQUARE PHONE 81 HOME KILLED MEATS No Sacrifice in Quality--But More for Your Money FARMERS---We Pay the Highest Prices for Your Butchering RIB LB. BEEF TO P, OIL Cattle, Veal and Eggs Illl II BACON LB. IOc 100 SOUAm ii illll LARGE JUICY 9x12 Ft. 4 Cu. Ft. Lacquered AXMiNSTER RUGS COLDSPOT .,,+,+o+ values, all wool yarns, dyed in rich. soft colors, firmly woven with $17.9s a nap that will give exceptional wear .e.r..era.or ,xl2 foot size. assortment of exclus- ive patterns to choose from. $" AA Dainty, well made Priscilla Curtsins--.pair .................. 49c 0 Dust Mop, green cotton yarn; oblong ........................ 49c ltl00l III Three-piece Mop Set, real value at ........................ 89 Self-wringin Mop, good cotton yarn head ................ 49c Other Self-wringing Mops at ............................ $I.00 Sturdily constructed End Tables ........................ $1.39 II Cash Delivered Card Tables, well made, moisture proof .................. $1.39 $7.00 Down--S7.00 Monthly Small Carrying Charge Bathing Suits RadicallyReduced The Coldsl,t is deaigned to give ll )'our family the protection of prop- The big swim season is just ahead. Yet here is an opportun- erly kept food. Colds4 has kept ity tc buy our finest woM suits at radical reductions. pace with every discovery in re- frigerator design, adding new ideas Finest women's all wool Misses' fne all wool suits constantly. See it today, bodice ton and sunback style, $1.19 to $1.49  " value--Now _ .......... IBI ........... close fitting ap- $2 39 -?liqued--Now ___ Special assortment of misses suits--club stripes and other New Model ;A  1932 +tyl+ t00p,o $1 A_II Women's all wool 00,lid color $2.300--Sow .... .,.,- KENMORE WASHER swim suits---sunba:k style-- - our regular $1.98 Choice of any boys' or men's quality-- ,,  speed suit, also shirts and Now ........ |  trunks sold $1.00 -- separately ..... 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The Model "A" Kenmore has aH " the feats:tea of the regular model Kenmore---except it has a slightly HERCULES FURNACE smaller tub. --Double water wuhing action --Quiet, rubber mounted motor --Porcelain enameled tub Carried in stock in several sizes --Machine-cut gea . 20 Size Inch WICRESSOILRANGE$29 "sO + '59" Cash Delivered 84.00 Down---S4.00 Monthly Hercules warm air heating Small Carrying Charge plant, which will heat the An dl range with no wicks to average 5-room bungalow. clean, with the fuel tank out of May  bough+ no+ at - the wa', with six cooking holes this low price and no fur- BEEF J.B 12+c FORTsFRANK [a 100 and on,)" five giant burners in ther payment until Octo- -- .the ideal of the modern house- her lst--regular monthly ROASTS " ,-+e. see it today! ' payments thereafter. Ask " , about easy payment plan --$5.00 down. FRESH - 1-2 to 2 horsepower Economy En-  All  Am --=-- --- - gme with water-cooled cylinder head; tt ! 22 Inch Size--S71.50 Cash HAMB'R LB 4,, FRESH SIDE" Uses gasmine or*erosene, rmmy o Mr-lrv.--lr4ki extra ower for heavy jobs. Cash-- T Small Car .... PORK IUC PORK & + .. , rymg narge .... LB. 10o SAUSAGE ,, +,0,,. + SEARS. ROEBLTCK & CO ......... ++ RUND & BA"NETT T'TI00'rOOT'00. 00:00at10000TOl. .... The Market That Reduced the Price on Good Meats }+ +