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VbII-U00I Lovington--O. P. Dalmnam J Blanche Rohner. ElmhurstMr. and Mrs. Tom] Lincoin--Mr. and Mrs. Herman McCabe n - - -ild__Geo --- Tucker I Schmitgen, Paul Buckles, Warren prLngl L - : MiddletownPatricimLong, Mrs.! Mosier, Mrs. Adam S. Walker, T. W. Graff. Lois Stoll. Mount Pulaski -- Miss Georgia Roberts, Juanita Vail, Alice Cook, Mrs. Louis F. Weidenbacher, Del- bert Shanle, Mildred Van Hook, Mr and Mrs. Noble Usherwood, Lois Hahn, Leota Hahn, Alma Baumhardt, Mrs. Louise WilhaTr Addttlmml shrine IAst Niantic--Mrs. H. F. Ely, Chum. E. Pritchett, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cross. Springfield--Mrs. Patti Condry, Carol Ann Condry, C. K. Rlwades, Georganna Tucker, Mrs. Henry Clark. Lincoln Memorial old Logan county (1848-1854) in the mki public square, con- interested visitors from many states, and in the list in this week's Times-News you will find a person from Maine. One o 1 New Holland---H. 0. Henrickson, fut The Abm. t ic old structure I Shrine reg] "" Ralph Gandy. ithat attracts the I aoidably omitted in last week's Sparta--Mr. nd Mrs. W. H. Mc- undivided atten- News The following have I Times- visitors is the original .......... since Thursday Aug- Dill, Barbara McDfll. court rooTn upstairs I vmlteu u, Elkhart---Opal F. Bohn and re added to the list" _ of restorin the in-iust 28, " v-airfield--Melvin B. Caldwell, te mr e than 90"year" ! h I4ehsW'ht oewIrt!:n nOotr?4d: i :MMr:4!idnsT, p: n.Ra it was found that in! , " ' - "" .'-- "  " __ . " . y years the old floor- covered with two o leaving the original, " " -- Y [ derlieth. , . I Moweaqua---Georgia Hartman, $nSetsecd u tLsh Oregonia, O--Jolm O. Ho,hngs-IBernice Ringo, James Moon. , , . -- Irene i Dorothy . - . Stutt. nie Eat hryn Stroud,[ Dayton, O.--A. O. Gadfora Forest Park--Mr. and Mrs. C. uu .en rouo. " ard Rh Wio , c, Hin !Lores H Godd _ . Lefenthl, D. B. McCoy n,"S'7.'DT--" S. F . "v r- [ Tnaiana-pol:e, Ind.--Lena Bar:- Heyworth--J. L. Williams, Rob- . [left. dert, Rutl and Gladys Williams. Ky. -- Glodine Edwards. I Minneapolis, Mi'In--Mr. an Lake Fork--Betty Jean Done- Junction, Ky. -- W. H. [ M s. G. E. Rathbone, Delores, Har- van Helen Bryant. Mich. -- John Buckles, old and Joan t{ath::on. Mount Pulaski--J. C. Goddard, I Nora, Neb.--Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chri s Strampp, Otto Allison, Dor- Isle, Maine -- BillY!Lab,ham , Earl Lanham. othy, Mildred and Margaret Full- Me Mr and Mrs l'-ecachontas, I--Mr. and Mrs. reide, Lillian Hanslow, Margaret -- " "' I Sedlacek Paul, Bill, Robert and - - " . _  Tierney, Norma Deibert, Albert F. lard. [ Wacerloo, Ia.--Mr. anO Mrs. . Lipp, Mrs. Kittie Duff. a, Pens.--Mr. and Mrs. [H. Babcock. East SL Louis--F. H. Heard. yer, Nancy Catherine I Forest City, Ia.--Mrs. V. J. Can- From I]linols . I trail , .--- Olland -- Dons Mae Sere ] Dallas Tex Barbara Calvert, James Mason, Nola Jean 1 Dan Calvert. Irving, Kansas--John R. Golden, Mrs. Anna Golden. Mountain Grove, Mo.,--Helen Horn. Withee, Wis.Mrs. Rex Copper, Mrs. L. H. Munson. From llllnols Quincy--Art Cox, Jack COX. Bloomington--Mr. d Mrs. H. J. Williams, June and Bessie Ann Williams. DecaturMr. al Mrs. G. E. Combs, Buddy combs. Mrs. Walter Garver. Downs--Maurice Mikel. East St. Louis---Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin, Doris, Patricia Ann and Keith Griffin. Chicago---Ann Cullina, Marg- l aret Rose Hogerty, Mr. and Mrs. I Peterson, Edward W. schmitgen, ]Miss F. L. Jones, C. L. Rauger, Fred I. Edgeli Afforney-at"-Law Sherman Building LINCOLN, ILL Presley P. Carson. E. Niewold. on--Mrs. D. W. Nel- and Peggy Nelson. Mary Alice Urban, Mr. and Mrs. Richard raid, Isabel and Ralph F_a M. and Alma Fred J. Mueller, Mrs. R. Mrs. Harry Bohn, Bet- Rue Evelyn Mc- Allen McKinley, iein, Mrs. Max Holler- Schidt, Lucille Ciaypool. Jesse Litterly, Katherine and Nel- "--Mrs. Clara Edward- City--Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. John Richard summers. and Mrs. Walter ]trs. Ralph Waddell, Bev- Marilynn and Betty Allison, Ru- Jay La Dan Allison. _ [ary Owens, Fae Mil- Brooks. B. Duff, J. aMr. and Mrs. W. J. O. Niewold. Patricia Joen Hake, Mrs. Anna lrrnan, Dee Richards. V. Amenoff. rMrs. Pearl K. Elwood, IM3GAN COL rN'rY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Hrmma F. Geyer to John D. Biesemeier, et. al, Mount for $10,500, the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, and the north half of the southeast quar- ter of th'e northeast quarter of section 30, township 18, north range I. of bum of "ll memories. Without them the put would lie lTo preserve and to honor the memory of a loved :. must be accepted with sam knowledge of the m,o00 are expert counsello in all phases of memotlal we eomfidemtion andhone edue. Won't you callon u t LINCOLN MONUMENT CO. Etablished 1895 EN'I]gTAINE SUNDAY FOR OHIO RELATIVES Andrew Goddard and on Louis, of Dayton, Ohio, visited in Mount Pulaski Saturday to Monday with the former's brother, Edward T. Goddard, and family. On Sunday a dinner was given in their honor at the Goddard home on South Marion street. The others present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckles, daughters Patricia Ann and Mary Elaine, and Bill Goddard, of IAn- coin; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stengel, daughters Frances and Helen, sons Framk and Junior, of Llliopolis; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shanle and daughter, Louise, of Cornland; Helen Buckles of Detroit, Mich.; J. C. Goddard, at home. In 1912 Andrew GIdard cazne from his home in Knoxville, Ten- nessee, to Mount Pulaski. For two years he taught the Birks school, south of the city, and then worked wAez on farms in this communAty until 1917.  that year he left for Dayton, from where he went to France with the A.E.F. during the World War. He returned to Day- ton after the war, and for over 22 years has been employed by the National Cash Register CO. Is your subscription pld up advanee? If not, why not T We Are A Walgreen Store Visit Us When in Lincoln FEUERBAOHER'S Lincoln  Pulaski St. A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. 201 Marcucci Bldg. Phone 600 Lincoln. Illino;s. S %u C.. Tic To In thoso days of stress and strain and uncertaLnty as to servlc and prices, it is comforiable to do business with the railroads. You can plan IN ADVANCE what you are going to spend, and you can be cortain of having the service furnished at the expected price. Such dependabihty, hshtly regarded though it may be in ttme of peace and plenty, ts a pearl beyond estimate when emergencies arise and the skies darken and the winds begin to blow. That Is true because supply and demand have little effect on prices of railway transportation. Uncle Sam himself has been among the first to find that out. He is coming to lean more and more heavily upon the strength of the railroads. Despite that, there has been no increase in all-rail rates on any commodity even rmely related to the national defense program. On the contrary, there have been notable reductions. In taking over the movomont of commoditiee ordinarily handled by water, the rail. roads have tn many cases reduced rntos below the normal all-rail basis. Ceude potroleum is one timely case tn potnL Nothing short of an unbearable increase in expenses is likely to cause the railroads to seek any genera] Increase In their rates. We of the Fllinois Central pledge to Uncle Sam, as we pledge to each of his sons (and your mm and our sons) in the training camp: "WE'LL NEVER LET YOU DOWN!" I I IU :/