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SEPT. ,75, 1941 Mail Route from page 1) in the mail bag after the TH] NIOIONT PULA_I! TI/tgGS-NEW. MOUNT PULASKL ][LLINOIf LOCAL HAPPENINGS ! Mr. and Mrs. Martin Janssen and Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Tendic.k made a auto trip Sunday to St. Louis, Mo. and witnessed the I dauble-header baseball be- games I tween the St. Louis Cardinals and i the Chicago Cubs. The members of the Easy Aces ua, rters is proposed at the Municipal Airport wit] Scheduled to start at 9:15 daily, with all planes re- their terminals to at. in Chicago by 6:00 P. M The rOute length is estimated at es and Mercury estimat persons in this area not iridge Club were entertained on )n a regular air mail route i the night of Tuesday, Sept. 23 by be benefited. Additional I Mrs. Frances Tomlinson, at her not on the proposed-routes home on North Garden street. At be services by pick-ups from this time Mrs. Henry Blackford points serqng as mail- iwas given a handkerchief shower in honor of her 31st birthday en- Mercury proposal sets out niversary. Follovdng cards the C Howard airplanes f group went to the Bertoni Cafe be USed in the service with land enjoyed a special lunch at a .shops in Chicago. The I would use the JacoLs ! table prettily decorated with a L-6 MB, 330-H. P. engine "A" would extend to So. Missouri, by way of Spring- llinois, serving twenty-two and towns in Illinois--Chi- Momence, Dwight, Henry, Kewanee. Tou]on, Princeville, Peoria, Pc- Lincoln, Mount Pul- Waverly, Jack- White Hal, Carrollton, Alton with the term- St. Louis. The route is 3c . I birthday cake on which 31 candles had been placed, as a center piece. Mrs. Blackford is an assistant in the postoffice. Edwin Felts of this city and sister, Mrs. Ruth Everly of De_ catur, returned Wednesday even- ing from a visit of three weeks with relatives in Scranton, Penn., and Patterson, N. J. They went to other points of interest in the east, and spent one day at Niaga- ra Falls. The Barks Community Club will hold only one meeting next and it has been postponed to Fri- day, October 17. For many days we have been ex- periencing some high tempera- tures, sometimes up to 90 degrees, but each night was cool. Every- thing was getting very dry. About 8 p.m. Wednesday rain began fll- ing, and during the night was ac- companied by high winds, with a sudden drop in temperature, and this Thursday morning it was quite cool, a typical fall day. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb F. Schahli and daughter Miss Norma, made an auto trip Tuesday to and visited their daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Hergert, and family. Charles Wright went to Lincoln Wednesday to make a short visit with his sister, Mrs. Lum David- son. The Lutheran Workers of St. John's Lutheran church Will meet at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, at the home of Mrs. Minnie Sued- Meier on South Washington street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells and Mrs. Ev Clobes visited in Kenney recently with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jackson. officials in the appl:- point out that full C. A. A. facilities are now all proposed terminals in aChedules. The daily carrier Would be similar to that by All American Aviation a Pennsylvania, Ohio and Virginia. B. To1sley of Indian- I was in Mount Pulaski Thurs the interest of the propos,'J service. nail plane would leave Cha- nt 9:15 am., arrive at Mount at 11;27 a.m., and St at 12:33 p.m. plane would leave St. at 22:42 p.m., arrive at Mr. at 3:48 p.m. and Chicago P.n. MEIHANTS FIESTA ts of Mount Pulaski to decorate their for the Fiesta on October 4. It is suggested that f historic interest be of which you may pos- can obtain from friends. your part in ma.king the t a success. Fiesta Committee. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO INSTALL A URKS WA,E, SYSTEM? You can buy a BURKS Water S),dem on the same purchase plan you use to buy hou,ehold furniture, a ,r, or a piece o| farm machinery. Furthermore, it may surprise you to know that a BURKS Water System om- plete, will not cost more than a good Radio or Reffiscrator. FREE J)EMONSTRA TION the BURKS Super Nia,ja,ette Turbine and the ,. Let us show you the many feetwes that make the longest-lived, the most velry way the in4u;t wittr system toe Of Wt' Syem ,rid see which the Super Nia! your needs. PAGE THI][LTEI The season's finest foods are herel From the garden spots of the country has transferred all the glories of the Harvest fields to our shelves. And now we offer them to you with all that fresh flavor intact, ready for your table. S-' DELORO CORN ll;hole Kernel Golden Ba.m. Tastes lke fresh, No. 2 (20 .) ,in ............................................... 2,o.33c ' GRAPEFRUIT SEGMENTS .................. 2,o.31c 7/J/OVEN BAKED BEANS 2 for 250 S.->r MELLOW'D COFFEE Mellow'd by tktlllul blending and cientific roasttnl. Perfectly tinced Io Iavor, Itrength and aroma. Av|l- sble in drip or relular srind. 33c00+ ,,o 63c g MEDIUM PEAS 18c g / PINEAPPLE SLICED or FAVORS. Golden delicious llvor. No. 21 (30 .) tin .......... 26c STk' PRUNES ,o,o.,.o__..o,o,+_,.... ........ 8-0z. tOe $7//PITTED RIPE OLIVES **,-'.+. +..+. +-. -+ ,, ............. 24c ,..00W/SARDINE FILLETS 00o,.ro+ 2'0" 31c ::'::':=,: +., ,, ....................... 2,o,- 33 LADLES! Help make tle FIESTA DAYS CELEBRATION a success by entering your favorite cake in the "Cake Baking Contest." Suitable prizes. Buy your favorite flour here at a 10c discount. FOLGER'S Cholce BEEF ROAST 23c C0FFE Lean PORK ROAST (buffs) 30c Fresh PORK CHOPS ....... 30c Sliced BACON (I-lb. layer) 32c BIG BOLOGNA ............... 19c PICNIC HAMS ................. 27c STAR ROAST BEEF (ready to eat) ............ 25c Country Dressed Frying Chickens GUESSING CONTEST l-lb. 29c "IH I Noodles, I-lb. pkg 13c ARMOUR'S Pork & Beans .... 13c FRESH FISH THURS- DAY AND FRIDAY SURE-GOOD Apple Buffer ..... 13c BAKER'S Cocoanut, 8-oz. I Sc VEL for FINE FABRICS 2 smt. 17C-Ig. 21c Crystal White LAUNDRY SOAP 7 Ige. bars 25C Junket Quick Fudge ROSE DALE Pumpkin ........ I Oc FRENCH FRIED Potatoes, No. 2 cn l Oc SURE-GOOD Buffer Beans .... 10c PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE Flour, ..... 20-oz. I Oc 3 i/2-1bs ....... 25c  IIIIADIA/IO ARNATIOM 3 - 27c LOG + CABIN Syrup, sm 18c - Ig 35c Pear Juice, 12-oz. IOc Dates, I-Ib ....... 20c GOODLUCK Salad Dressing, qt. 29c MRS. GRASS' Soups .......... i Oc Spaghetti or Macaroni, 2-1bs )13c Hershey or Baker's Cocoa, I/2-1b ..... 10c KRAFT Malt-Milk, I-Ib can 2% Popcorn, 2-1bs. 17c Rap-ln-wax, lee. 19c Chore Girls ..... 10c Sealix Tissue, 6 for 2Sc Fly Spray ISc-2Sc-4Sc OLD DUTCH Cleanser, 2 for I Sc Ammonia, 2-qts... 2S Windex ....... ISc Searchlight Matches, cart 23c Pulaski Wind Mill Co.