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SEPT. 1932 &amp;L EVENTS and Mrs. H. B. Kent motored ledge the week-end and visited Bell of Cornland vicinity to this city Saturday on a mission. M. Bates of the National Loan office, Lincoln, was a busi- caller Monday. Blackford of Strausburg here from Friday to Sunday his brother, Dan Blzkford. A. Christmann made a trip Mcnday, and called on an THE TIMF-NEWSo j. Ooddard visited in Cb00a00o H ry's Wedding from Sunday to Wednesday with en friends, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wall. Mrs. S. Lynn BeidIer and daughterl Makes Big Hit Mary Lynn,'of Chicago, arrived Sun-} day evening for a week's visit with! her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. l (Continued from pag 1) Roll C. Beidler. Mrs. Kate Rodier, of Chicago, and i are" Mrs. Margaret Barringtcn. eft ienry, in the person of Albef Springfield, visited in the city last iShe!lhammer, his bride, Samantha Thursday with their niece, Mrs. C. (Mrs. B. A. Tyler); Eliza (Miss Lu- cilte Marshall), and the difficulties M. Merriman, and family, of Jack (Charl Anderson), and his Dr. C. M. Merriman, engaged i n ,-eterinary work for the state, and at )resent tc:'nr cattle for T. B- in the vicinity of Dixon. spent Saturday and Sunday with his family here. MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS :;we<tie, Mary (Betty Waddell), had in getting married formed the ma- jor oart of the plot with plenty of laughs to garni.h the whole show. De Mystic Shrine and de colored Reunion Of Davis Family Enjoyable rA ! "Ther " ' u " urbm,,1A R.,,.I,o l e ,ant erie gh business to J l* AJ*O |vfiaTant,, me giving you anything" to ]r  r , , |d#, he said, "maybe later." r-life | Iplrglft ! Donald refused to at the fickle /pmasure of business recovery. He pushed his cart to a neighborhood This is the remarkable story of a l flrist. ten -year-old boy who went out and Here he got the same story, to got business when others said it which he listened in,patiently. Then couldn't be done. It carries a potent moral in these days of "Depression." It v:hows what a red-blooded, alert youngster, too y:mng to feel the bugaboos of "fear" and "pessimism," did the HUSTLING. It shames many of the elders in the business world todaysitting he spoke his piece. "I think there s business if you go out out and get it," he stated pos- itively. Something in the boy's spirit caught the fancy of the business man. tie gave him a cart load of small plants to sell at ten cents ap:.eee. friend. Chris A Richmond.  ............ 1" 'i*- " I .'llSS Acla trocK, a .ew lor t.. r. and Mrs. Edward J. Sargeantih,ol teacher, visited in the city re- ,red to Mr. Aub:rn Sunday ana l::n:i,, with tier cousin, Dr. Forest C 1 his mother. Mrs. Eliza Sar-!:an I-Iook, and family.  ........... " H I Miss Mary Lucitle Rothwell, p_hY3.!- -.- dma 1. rtemoers, !urs. #.  "t * " - u h- -al education instructor ,at the Y. W. . Mrs. J. W Seyfer and da g [- ........ - tit'" Miss Clara motored to Decatur I C. A. m reor, vase n ,,y __y Frida Iaturday and unoav wzn her pnr- aula MYore, small daughter of ents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rothwell. and Mrs. Paul Moore, was quite Miss Sarah Ptramel of Aust'n the first of the week. Rethaber and Eddie Hol- of Lincoln, were Mr. Pulaski Wednesday night. residence of Miss Katie Kautz South Washington street was painted last week. Dov,ng family reunion will at Miller Park in Bl:oming- Sunday. September 4th. and Mrs. Carl Yoder were re- visitors in Decatur with the lat- sister, Mrs. Oscar Wolcott. township.s a guest part of th' week of Irs. Mary E. Lueas. She reattv enjoyed "Henry's Wedding" presented by local talent at the Mr. Pulaski Theatre. Mrs. Delbert Knoy, of Chestnut vicinity, and visitors, Marvel Sapp, f CollinsviIte, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Fnk Alpers, of Olathe, Kansas, mo- tored to Vandalia early Sunday morning and visited Frank Carmack and family. Returning Monday af: ternoon, they stopped in Mt. Fulasz on business. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. visited in Decatur last Samuel Heinle and daughters Le- with her aunt, Mrs. Oscar Wci- end, Edith and Elsie, living east of Mares, motored here Sunday and and Mrs. George W. Curtis visited relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Char- to Decatur Sunday evening lea Brooker. Miss Leona remained for the week, and attended Teachers" Institute in Lincoln Monday and Tuesday. She will teach in Gilman this term and her sister Edith will they were supper guests oz and Mrs. Wesley Van Hook. and Mrs. A1. Olsen. of Chics- arrived here last Friday evening couple of weeks' vacation visit tatter's mother, Mrs. Geor#fe Loetterle of Decatur was city last Thursday and Friday and ats visited his sis- VTinifred Loetterle,. and Mrs. Elmer Waddetl and daughter, of Decatur, visited Saturday night and Sunday her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Guntern. Heinen, of Virginia, Illinois, Saturday for a visit of sever- west of the city with rela Mrs. Margaret. Ophardt, and Mr.. Abner Jackson. residence of Mr. and W. Curtis, corner Cooke an streets, is beinl newly paint- week Paul E. Beidler motored to Friday afternoon to see Mrs. who had been sick for days. and Mrs. Howard McBride of Williamsville, motor- Sunday and called'on friends former neighbors. Oglesby and family moved of the week frhm F_Akhart where they will make home. and Mrs. Delbert Ford and and James T. Irving, were guests Sunday _f daughter, Mrs. Floyd ]5.. and family. and Mrs. Wesley Hutchinson, field, visited in the city night and Sunday with her teach in Dixon (Publication Notice) PETITION FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE TO PAY DEBTS State of Illinois, County of Lo- an, as. Of the October Term of the Coun- I ty Court of Lgan County, m Pro t bate, A.D. " a ' Petition to sell Real Estate to p y debts. Gee. Rupp, Executor of the Last Will of C0ra V. Neves, Deceased, Vs. Horace McCann, Isaac MeCann, Dan- iel McCann, Anna Viola McCann, Jeannette McCann, Cyst. s MCcCaann' Emma MeCann, ranme:,:nCMe' ,--ld s M,.Gann LlaKes, u,,, __ - Cann Combs, Bernard McCann, Mar- lin MeCann and Nell MeCann. Affidavit has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the County :Court of said County that the De- i fendants , Horace MeCann, Isaac Mc- Cann, Cyrus McCann, Emma Mc- I Cnn, F'annie McCann, Gladys Mc- }Cann Dakes, Lillian MeCann Combs, ] Bernard McCann, Marli.n Mc.Can land Niel McCann, are not resmens ]inquiry cannot be , - cealed within this State so that pro- cess cannot be served upon them. Public notice is therefore hereby given to the said Defendants that the said Petitioner has filed his Pe- tition for sale of real estate to pay deh aainst all of said Defendants m Sr sad Court m Probate, an that a summons has been issued E. G. Phinney, and faro- theron out of said Court  the Sheriff of Logan County, returnable A GIo, -! -,,aaauh on the first day of the next term nna .........  ....... " ,,,-., t, be bolden at the Court othv W'anda Glcse. wentvito i'ous'e-in'-the City of Lincoln, on the tas rrloay evening an " w;, Monday of October next. il Wednesday wRh relatwa,, v. ,nlss the said Defendant. ,Ms. Arthur Mehza. . shall personally be and appear be: ilfie Woelfel and daughter]fore our said Court at tne ume ann thryn, of Chicago, came Sua-lnlace aforesaid, and plead, answer a week's visit with her sis-I,, demur to said Petition, the same arah Lachenmyer, and will be taken for confessed against George Rupp. them, and a decree rendered accord- Gilley, new foreman at the]ing to the prayer, thereof- Chevrolet Sales garage, has[ Dated at Lincoin, Illinois, this 1st his family to Mt. Pulaski, and iday of September, 1932. the Mrs. T. W. Moore, Claude C. Tall, Clerk. on East Cooke street 11 George J. Smith, Will F. Binder returned home, Petitioner s Solicitor.. from Chicago follcwing a' a few weeks with her sister- Mrs. Frances Sehmidt, and BUY Walter Benzinger. X. F. Beidler returned last BAYER'S ASPIRIN evening to the home cf Mrs- AT Stafford following a visit of two weeks in Lincoln with Pen's Rexall Drug Store Oyler and Mr=. W. IL spirituals got a "big hand," but we dn't know who's it was unless it was Wilbur StoWs. After seeing the beautiful young (?) women in another color we still prefer white. A special dance nurrrber by eight charming young misses on hobby horses and in clever outfits was a nicely performed specialty. A cL, v- er tap dance was alm put on by Morris Myers in a snappy manner, and his soldier's outfit made him look like he had just stepped out of West Point. Wilbur Stoll featured the popular tune written by Wilbur Roos, and the singer and the song get a fine bit of applause The colored male quartet so good they had to sing two encores. Folks, we'd like to mention every- bzdy in the show, for they deserved it, and handled their parts in a splendid manner, but we gotta go to press so that we can see the show again tonight. Besides, we don't want to tell you all about it--you can see for ymr- self tonight. If you don't go--on't say we didn't tell you. The show starts at 8:20 p. m. at the Mt. Pulaski Theatre. Miss Grant, under whose direction the show was staged, is deserving of a lt of credit for her untiring nd conscientious efforts to make the show a success. Local Events, Alvin Day of Cornland vicinity mo- tored here Tuesday cn a business er- rand. Ray. Jesse G. Stark, pastor of the Baptist church, Latham, was a busi- ness caller in the city Tueay. The Twentieth Century Club will meet Thursday afternoon, September 8th, at the home of Mrs. George J. Smith on Belm;nt street. John A. Buckles. P. W. Buckles, Mrs. Henry Buckles and Mrs. Win. R Buckles, excursionists to Chicago last Sunday, visited Mrs. Martha Scroggin, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville uckles. Mr.';. Mary E, Lucas recently pur- :ha,:ed the Fred W. Kewmer ceme- tery tot in Mr. Pula:;ki cemetery, th:.t joins her lot. for her brother, Judge Albert Muldoon, and wife, now living in Decatur, Texas. Mrs. Lucas will have suitable evergreens and shrub- bery planted on the lot. Arthur Wittrock submitted t a minor operation Tuesday at the Dea- coness hospital in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. England, Lincoln, came to Mt. Pulaski Monday for a week's visit with their daugh- ter, Mrs. Arthur Woodrum. The home of Mr. and Mrs. George Davis, about four miles northwest of Mr. Pulaski, was the scene of the Davis family reunion, in honor of Mr. and Mr=. Sam Davis and six children, of Stuttgart, Arkaras. At noon a delicious dinner was served. Beides the many relatives, several friends were invited. Those present were as follows: Stuttgart, Arkansas  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis and children, Rob- art, Jane, Sadie, Rheba, Annamarie and Geraldi. Illiopolis---Mr. and Mr.=. Harry Duff and children" Jessie, Mary, Helen, Kathleen, Date and Jeane. LincolnBruce Davis, Geraldine Bobble, Frances Eileen and Betty Davis. Atlanta--Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mc- Collough and children, Bernard, Joe, Nancy and John Thomas. !* Bearschle--Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Manes and children, Vernon, Betty lean and Jaunita. Mt. Pulaski and Vicinity--Mr. and Mrs- Jck Manes, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Manes and son Harry Eugene, Mr, and Mrs. George Davis, daugh- ter Mary Jane and son Medfcrd, Ruth Ann Voile, Louise Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks R. Aitchison and son Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meister and children, Elmer and Mary Katherine, Edwin Unland, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Vandevender sad. children, Clifford, Herschel and Fern" Luise, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Down- ing, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Shoup, Erma and Norms Shoup, Mr. and Mrs Henry Meister, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Downing and children, Eugene, Les- ter, Betty Lu, Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. John Beggs, Alice Beggs, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. George Meister and children, Audrey, M,axine and Loren, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. Le- roy Buckles and children, Marilyn, L K., Henry and Frank, Mr. an2 Mrs. Luther Davis and children, Dean, Dapple, Vi:,la, Jean, Caluph and Nancy, and Mr. Welterholt. Despite world-wide deyression, the United States is the world's leading export nation and is second ordy to Great Britain in the matter of im- ports. J, B, SIMPSON HAND - TAILORED MADE- TO-IdEASURE MEN'S SUITS More than 500 Pure Virgin Wool patterns to select from Prices range from $17.50 up Coats easily matched--Phone or write M. D. Morehead Phone L-73 Lincoln, Itl. Cattle Feeders Attention! Through Bowles National Supervising.Service I can supply good quality calves, yearlirrgs, and two year old steers, to be fed on contract basis in east half of Sangamonn, southeast half of Logan, all of DeWitt, Macon, Christian and Montgomery counties Market this large corn crop through live stock to get the best price If interested see E. P. HALL . Mechanicsburg, ois--Phone 21 back in !heir Peoria cffiees, twid- Here's the surprising part of the dlinz their thumbs and waiting for story. In two hours the lad w,s SOMEBODY ELSE to do somethine, back with an empty cart, two dollars So unusual was the example of the in cash, and order for forty cen young boy that a huge auto sales cr- more for future delivery! ganization was told the story, and!. There's a lot of room for thought nothing more, at a recent inspira-i m ten-year-old Donald's credo, "I tional meeting think there IS business--if vou only ,, Meet Donald Birks, ten years ;idIGO OUT AND GET IT!'Peoria go-getter." I l'vemng star. He is the son of John M. Birks,  The above article ap-eared In "'The 339 Calendar avenue, Peoria. He is Strcller' column of the Peoria Even. very much like any other ten-year- |jag Star recently, and w!ll be of in- old boy. except for a super-abund- terest to Mt. Pulaski l2ople because anee of that intangible but pithy Donald Birks is a grandson of Mr. something known as 'PEP. and Mrs. W. E. Birks ef this city. Donald is always doing something The boy spent part of his vacation about the house. His active fingers here with his grandparents. finally built a cart, a neat little wag- " on, and immediately Donald's active rain began to evolve schemes for Dr. Paul B. Berryhill nutting the product of his head and hands to some practical use. DENTIST He went to a righborhood grocer and asked him iF he didn t want Latham, Ill. Dr. Pope's Office ::me "delivering done." The grocer smiled, but shook his Thursday of Each Week head sadly. GOFF FUNERAL HOME WlLBERT H. SCHAHL, As't 'ere Serve Humanity Better" Mt. Pulaski 235 PHONES Lincoln, 1234 DENTISTRY PRICES ON ALL WORK TO SUIT THE TIMES Painless Extraction with N,, caine Blo='k 50C SILVER I PORCELAIN I TEETH FI LLi N GS FI L LI NGS CL EAN ED $1.50 $2.50 $1.00 Reasonable CHARGE for PLATE WORK NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Ask about Free Extraction Offer on Plate Work at any of the follow- Ing prices: $12.50 $17.50 25.U0 $37.50 MODERN DENTISTS All Work Absolutely Guaranteed 112 North Water Street(Second Floor) Phone 6006 Entrance First Stairway North of Milliken Bank Hours: 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Tuesday, Thurs., Friday Open TEll 8 p. m. LABOR DAY FOOD VALUES: Labor Day Food Values Are Every Day Food Values. Prices at Blue Ribbon Steres Are Always Conktently Low. Tremendous Buying Power Makes This Possible. September 2nd & 3rd FOR THE LABOR DAY OUTING! POTATO CHIPS 00,ue Ribbon; c00sp " So esh2-oz. pkg. t PEANUT BUTTER Companion--new large pan- 220 try jar34 ounce jar SANDWICH SPREAD 00,oe Ribbon; delightful for sandwicho00--I-2 ,,. jar 14o i i Kraft Velveela Velveeta is a ,00m,ting Ch00se 250 It Slices Melts or Spreads--2 pkgs. CANNING SUPPLIES CERTO Companion Red BeansNo. 2 can -- 7c Blue Ribbon Oregon Prunes--No. 2 I-2 can .... 17c Blue Ribbon Kraut No. 2 1-2 can 9c Companion Whole Dill Pickdes--32.oz jar ...... 15c Blue Ribbon Spinach .... No. 2 1-2 can .18c Per 240 Bottle MARKET st00v,ct co.-,,, orrt. ,,. UALITY conrtST., ts Zlil JAR CAPS 00noloo 230 sin-. SQU,R00 - JAR 1111165 Per --AT-- Package 50 No Sacrifice in Qna]ttT--But More for Your Motley FARM BUREAU PICNIC AND Flour is Hi#or-But Not At These Prices e Pay the Highest Prices for Your Butcheing Roads BEEF B00?'r BLUE RIBBON FLOUR 'o@r eake and pastries of all ,kinds. Makes finest bread. 48-1b. Bag ........ $1.25 24-1b. Bag ......... 63c 5-lb. Bag ........ 17c COMPANION FLOUR A flour value seldom equalled. Every bag guaranteed to satisfy 48-1b. Bag ......... 95e 24-1b. Bag ......... 48c 5-lb. Bag ........ 13c .K. S. Mt. Pulasli, Illinois Y Fr'nkfs. 10o i .c. lOc sQep- Roasts 12 Stew lOo Chops 1 Shod. lOc Sausage .kedBac0nNams 12;0 4-H CLUB LIVESTOCK SHOW CHAUTAUQUA GROUNDS----LINCOLN LABOR DAY, SEPT. 5 Open to Farm Bureau Members and Patrons of Service Company 1st PrizeAn Automobile Tire 2nd Prize--5 gallon of Mange Hog Oil 3rd Prize--1 gallon Livestock Fly Spray WATERMELON Given Away with future orders of Lubricating Oil 30 gal.--1 Melon 50 gal. or more--2 melons ALSO MELONS FOR SALE REGISTER AT HEADQUARTERS for PRIZES LOGAN-MASON SERVICE CO, LINCOLN, ILLINOIS The Market That Reduced the Price on Good Mexts RUND & BARNETT , J(,,, .