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! % CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE FOR RENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY . WANTED TO RENT TRADE HELP WANTED JOBS WANTED NOTICES | WIN A DOLLAR--Person whose name appears in our other two ads will be given one dollar if they call for it before next Wednesday. --Western Auto Asso. Store, Mr. Pulasi, Ill. HELP WANTED WANTED: Baby sitter. Wednes- days, 8:15 a.m. to 1:30 p_m., for 2 youngsters, 3 and 19 months. Mrs. George Zebrun, Mt. Pulas- ki. Phone SW 2-5465. RESPONSIBLE PERSON male or female, from this area, wanted to service and collect from automatic vending ma- chines. No selling. Age not essen- tial. Car, references, and $600 working capital necessary. 7 to 12 hours weekly nets to $350 monthly. Possibility full time Work. For local interview give full particulars, phone. Write P.O. Box 7004, Mpls. 11, Minn. WANTED: County Representative for an established Company now forming a new division. Must be an executive type sales representative. Exceptional earnings, extensive training program, tailor-made compen- sation plan% unlimited oppor- tunities for advancement. Lo- cal travel to supervise opera- tions in the County. Retirement and group hospitalization available. Reply in confidence to - REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF SALES, Reisch Buildings, Room , 5.__, Springfield, Illinois. WANTED FOR EMPLOYMENT: Housewife and Mother. Lucra- tive part-time work. Available in prestige business. No travel- ing. Guaranteed income. Phone Lincoln 732-2539. (1-12) I AM INTERESTED IN ESTAB. LISaNG A HOME-WAY DEALER in your Community. Home.Way Homes are one of the pioneers in the prefabrication of quality homes, custom designed to meet the needs of your clients. All replies held in confidence. Write Emmett Myers or Charles Hill, Home-Way Homes, Walnut, Illinois. (1.12) I, ._ FOR $&t FOR SALE: Adding machine in excellent condition. Reasonable. C. L. Frazier, Mt. Pulaski, Phone SW 2-5872. FOR SALE: 750 bales of Alfalfa hay, 2nd cutting. 70c a bale. C. Aughenbaugh, Mount Pul- aski. Phone SW2-5636. (1-12) FOR SALE: Shower stall, com- plete. One 40,000 BTU gas heat- er, used only one year; also, 60.ft. black pipe.  W. Schaffenacker. FOR SALE: I of the nice homes in Mt. Pulaski. carpeting, full basement, gas heat, can be financed. 2-story house, full basement, oil heat, bush, Phone OR 4-3648, Latham. FOR RENT: 6 room modem house in Chestnut. Phone PY 6.5820. DO YOU WANT A LAMP made from a keepsake? Or, anything such as coffee pot, bottle, jug, or what have you. Bring it to "Jinks" at 201 N. Lafayette St., Mt. Pulaski. I'll make a lamp out of it. LINCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully insured; free estimates. Carl Ingram, Jr., Lincoln, Ill. Phone 732-8394. (if) WIRING, REPAIRING, fixtures & appliances. Helton Electric, 111 Belmont St., Mount Pulaski. Phone SW 2-5925. (tf) SKI! SKLE! SKLE! ON WIZ. KRD BATTERIES... $4.00 TRADE- IN (MERCIER) LIMITED TIME. Western Auto Asso. Store. (tf) IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- serve LOWER PREMIUMS -- and you get them at Reeves Agency, Latham, Illinois. Phone OR 4- 5731. (tf) RADIO & "ry REPAIR--Don Leon- ard, South Spring St., Mount Pulaski, Ill. (tf) NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL For Sale: 1953 Henry J. Phone SW 2-5363, Mount Pulaski. 1-5-61) HAVE 3 CUTE PUPPIES to give away. 2 males and 1 female. 3 months old. Sutton's at Lake Fork. Phone SW 2-5535. SMAIJ. APPLIANCES REPAIRED at reasonable cost. Try "JINKS" Leckbee, 201 N. Lafayette. FAKJEN BY MISTAKE: At the Wilham Baumann's reception. An overcoat with a Zip-in lin- ing was accidentally worn home by someone, who left his gray sharkskin coat without a lining in it, at the Baumanns. Your' speed and position in traffic should enable you to keep a buffer space between you and the cars around you, the Allstate Safety Crusade advises. Proper spacing minimizes the danger by giving you time and room to re- act if a vehicle swerves into your path. Tommie Havener REALTY CO. City, Suburbcm Farm Propert 311 West Cooke St. Phone 2-5478 . Mount Pulaski 00s.00ws s. !.!-. ARE WORMS EATING treatment. This pross may be blDf'lCq  [repeated if necessary. v.'m HOG ,,,,.,,,,,. i Johnson suggested a program .... :to follow for continuous control Almost all swine raisers nave t been plagued with the problem of ; of swine worms as follows: worms literally eating away their 1. Worm all sows before far- profits, M. R. ' Swede' Johnson,  rowing--this also lessens chanc- Illinois Farm Bureau Serum As- sociation general manager, said this week. In our months' time, a worm-free hog may gain ap- proximately 50 pounds more than a worm-infested littermate. Although there are many diff- erent species of worms, the round worm is the common type. It is the biggest, the most damaging. The nodular worm and the whip worm, both smaller in size, are next in importance. A single female round worm lays up to 1,400,00 eggs a day. Hogs pick up worm eggs from the droppings of infected stock. The eggs then develop into larvae in the small intestine. The larvae begin a migration; penetrating the intestinal wall, into the blood stream, through the liver, to the heart and lungs. This takes about 10 days. Upon reaching the lungs the larvae are coughed up and re-swallowed by the pig. Fin- ally, the larvae return to the small intestino where they de- velop into egg-laying adults. Hogs affected by worms may cough, develop a rough hair coat and become pot.bellied, or they may not show any symptoms. These internal parasites may so damage the carcass that it must be rejected by meat inspect- ors, Johnson warned. The dam- age caused by worms amounts to more than $275,000,000 yearly. Yet, it costs very little to worm hogs. Under farm conditions, it is virtually impossible to keep hogs completely free of worms. So, treatment must be the solution. An effective, safe and econom- icai agent for the removal of round and nodular worms in swine is Anchor Piprazine Water Wormer. The best method is to remove all sources of drinking water the night before treatment, i Add one pine of Piperazine to 40 gallons of water. Administer this as the only drinking water for one day. This will treat about 40 head of pigs weighing 40 lbs. Hogs will probably be back on feed the same day and liven up almost immediately after this FINEST "Space-Heater OIL 10-gal. $1.60 CASH & CARRY BROWN'S SERVICE 2. Worm baby pigs at 5 to 6 weeks of age. Repeat worming every 5 weeks until pigs reach  about 125 pounds of weight. 3. Ring pigs to keep them rooting worms in the soil. . es of the baby pigs contacting 4. Maintain clean hog lots and t worms, feeding floors as well as possibl i Karl Bender Estate CLOSIN6-0UT S, LOCATED 2% MILES NORTH AND 1 MILE EAST OF MT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, COMMENCING AT 9:30 A.M. :i MACHINERY 1959 - 730 JD tractor (768 hrs.) live PTO, live hyd. Rol'lomatic; 1950-G JD tractor hi. comp; 1946-A JD tractor; 1960 JD corn picker with quick-lub. (picked 150A); 1956 No. 30 $D bine with chopper (PTO); two 4-row JD quick tach. cultivatoni; | 2-row side dressing equipment for cultivator; one 490 $D corn pt lant er and fertilizer attachment; 18 runner JD grain drill with seeder attachment; 1960 666 Special 5-16 JD plow with trip b: | and hyd. lift; 10' JD wheel disc.; 8' IHC disc; 3-16 M2VI plow . rubber; 3-14 Oliver plow on rubber; No. 5 7' JD mower; 4 JD disc plow; 4-row rotary hoe (Burch); JD 4-section harrow; 4-section harrow; 2 section JD flexible harrow; Case side delivery rake; JD manure spreader; Meyers tractor scoop with dozer bl;: 10' Eze Flow fertilizer spreader; 1 rubber tired flare bed wagord 2 rubber tired straight bed wagons; 1 rubber tired rack wagon; JD corn dump; 1 JD wagon hoist; 8-row trailer sprayer with gal. tank; small road grader; Letz feed mill; 2 Comfort 730 and G JD tractors; Pr. fenders for JD tractor; Tandem JD tractor; two 300-gal. overhead tanks with stands; mill with screens; Fro clover seeder; 2 pump jacks with Batchold weed mower; 1 Huskee garden tractor with mower front mounted buzz saw; JD hand corn sheller;3 and sausage grinder; cream separator; 2 water tanl waterers; 1 small water tank; 1 oil tank heater; 1 coal[ 1 iron gate; 25 locust posts; Strunk 1-man chain saw electric welder (Marquette); 1 Acetylene welder cutting torch; %" electric drill; %" electric drill; 2 large); large quantity of drill bits; 7 electric motors  % to 1 tarp. 8x10; 1 tarp 12x20; 1 shop anvil; 2 vises; 2 forges; 6" skilsaw and an enormous amount of shop tools and supplies. 1950 3/4 TON GMC PICKUP TRUCK WITH STOCK RACK AND GRAIN SIDES 1500 BALES CLOVER HAY. 1000 BALES ALFALFA HAY Lots of good lrau- lots of sawed lumber: 250-gaL L.P. Gas tmsl 1 Riding Saddle and Other Horse Equipmmst Some Household Furniture and (dd Lot of Books TERMS--CASH, before removal of propezly Not Respoasthle in Case of Accidents : Lunch served by Ladies Aid of Zion Lutheran Church of JOHN BENDER, AUCT: GENE HOWE & CHAN FULLER CLERK: AUSTIN SCHAFFENACKER CASHIER:--DEAM At the same time and same place Ralph C. Maxheimer 1952 2-row New Idea Corn Picker with rear elevator cmd rr I SAV LIME NOW With Om Mineral Fortified Calcium 'Inestone COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE NITROGEN SOLUTION 20 NO PRESSURE ANHYDROUS close up town, hard wood floors e garage. E. A. Downing, .5lt. r, Phone 2-5556 (t[ LOOK WHAT YOU 6ETI Bag Mixed or it ALL WZZARD BATTER. . : mS recharged free if in passenger Calcmm Carbonate - - 88.93 % '-ca-r(Luis) ser'00ce'Bring Ma " nat . ,,,O,o Blendingof in. w'r AUTO AS- . gnef4um Carbo e OCIATE STORE. .  . Total Calcmm Carbonates - 95.6o-% NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE. WANT .... Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered " POTASH -- z,., AWAY: 5 Collie Limestone which is available and reacts Shepherd Puppies. Dave Erlen- immediately. " I A----- I Each ton has enough carry-over of fine par- TO FARMER REQUESTS :, i [ *AK IaeK I ticles to last several years .... | [O . ' " Eacb ton contains al] the trace elements--Co- Rock Phos ate 'd i  S&WMILL I ROCKY FORD DLM,  2-5410 MOUNT PULASKI LIMESTONE COMPANY o03t W00COLN m-I UNCOLN. eSONE 429" C000. ' I -'sNP ]lbme 4-140 I I '__  m. a. # s I,, - CONTA - III ..... Logan Farm Service