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THE MOUNT PULASr TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS - CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE -- FOR RENT -- LOST -- FOUND WANTED TO BUY -- WANTED TO RENT -- TRADE HELP WANTED  NOTICES  ETC. FOR SALE SALE: Choice spot for super service station. The tract, 350' x390', borders 2 busy routes, contains good, modern house and offers good possibilities for development. ---J. D. Biesemeier. FOR SALE: Used Kenmore wash- er, Guaranteed. Copeland May- tag Co., Mount Pulaski. (tf) FOR SALE: 6-room house, partly modern. Three blocks from the square in Mount Pulaski. Ad- dress Box 247% Times-News.18 FOR SALE: 1939 PANEL FORD truck. Good tires, good heater. Can be seen at Holmes Gar- age. tf IqOTICE ? FOR RENT. Two upstairs rooms, t'q,,T i in Mount Pulaski; unfurnish- LLVd,  ed. See Mrs. McKinney on .....  North Spring or W H Sablotn ' L00ncoln -"OR RENT: Small modern apart. ment. Adults. References re- quired. Phone 286. Married man, small family, for year 'round farm Work. Good wages. Electricity in house. References required. TROY E. Turner, Buffalo, Illinois. elephone Buffalo 4731. (1-18) CORN SHELLING AND Phone A. J. or Edwin Lawrence, Telephone Latham 56R12, Warrensburg, IIIinoi (1-25 (51) : A local ,agent for major Seed Corn Company in the following communities:-- Warrensburg Elkhart, Illiopo- li,% Cornland. Notify Box 43, Ivesdale, Ill. (if) THE 1951 PKILCO REFRIG. at my store. Mount Pulaski Appliance. F. F_, Turley, Prop. Wiggers Save money in getting your equipment ready for use. Froehlich Farm Sales, Phone 21, Mount Pulaski. LOADING AT PEABODY 59, 2 BLOCKS WEST OF SPRINGFIELD STOCK YARDS SHALE AUCTIONEER In business since 1935 Lincoln, Ill. R.R. 4 PHONE 481 FINELY GROUND HIGH ANALYSIS Golden-GIo Phosphate A plant food that lights the Way to bigger yields, earlier maturity and bet- ter grades of all crops available at all times at Mount Pulaski, Illinois. SPREADING SERVICE SOI F DESIRED. TESTED UPON REQUEST. Snap Waddell MounPhoue 86 R 11 t Pulaski. Illinois lrr IT OFF_ --PUT IT ON plant food distribution is the oth- i er factor, and this has always !taxed the delivery and produc. i tion systems of the industry. NOTICE TO TRUCKERS I On December 4, 1950 the Board of Supervisors of Logan County, Illinois adopted a resolution which states that "it shall be un- !lawful to operate any vehicle :having dual rear wheels with a gross weight of vehicle and load in excess of 12,000 pounds (6 tons), and the operation of any such vehicle with a gross weight of vehicle and load in excess of 12,000 pounds (6 tons) is here- by prohibited for the period be- ,ginning January 15, 1951 and P. H. BROUGHTON ending April 14, 1951 upon the Ph. 2-1543 Prompt Delivery i State Aid Roads of Logan Coun- , ty"; and further that "it shall be NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE unlawful to operate any vehicle Docket Number 918 191469 having single rear wheels with a gross weight of vehicle and load NOTICE is hereby given to all in excess of 9,000 pounds (4 persons that Monday, the 5th day tons), and the operation of any of February, A. D. 1951, is the such vehicle with a gross weight claim date in the estate of Jacob of vehicle and load in excess of Adam Volle, deceased, now pend- 9,000 pounds {4 tons) is here- ing in the County Court of Logan by prohibited for the period be- County, and that claims may be ginning January 15, 1951 and filed against the estate of the ending April 14, 1951 upon the decedent on or before said date State Aid Roads of Logan Coun- without the issuance of sum- ty." roans. It is not the intent of the Board or the County Superintendent of Kermit Edward Volle Charles Dean Volle Highways that trucks or other Executors. vehicles be prohibited from us- Leland Simkins, ing the State Aid Roads when the road surfaces are dry or froz- Attorney. en. Little dhmage can be done when these conditions prevail. It is when the roads are thaw- BUY GROW CROP ing or when heavy rains have pLANT FOOD NOW softened them that great damage can be done by heavily loaded All signs indicate that it will vehicles, and it is during these be good business to order your periods that the above restric- needed plant foods early and to tions will be enforced. State Aid Road Committee take delivery when your Blue County Supt. of Highways. Seal Plant Food Salesman can bring the material to your farm. Demand will be high, and NOTICE OF MEETING while supply will also be up, The 47th Annual Meeting of there are two factors which will the Mount Pulaski Farmers tend to limit your supply in the Grain and Elevator Company year ahead, will be held in the office, Janu- The Korean crisis and the de- ary 17, 1951, at 2 P.M., for the fense program have cut deeply election of two directors and any other business to come before the into the number of freight cars meeting. available for moving fertilizer, Mount Pulaski Farmers Grain both raw material and finished and Elevator Company. product. The seasonal nature of O.E. Martin, SeCy. Here's WHY You Should Insist on RUIINi00 I:INER GROUND . PHOSPHATE ROCig l-- * ! )um mocie& the maNtm.m eZ "'-"','I : ;TORUL  m ... . mv m uzsn scui Loaded in your trucks at Latham bulk plant. or spreading service if desired. Glenn 0. Rau and Son ' LATHAM. ILLINOIS PHONE 71 or 65R11 n i POWER ECONOMY means extra profit in your pockefl 3-PLOW ,IDDEL "d4" "k You smooth out the tough spots c lick a hcd belt Job in record time when you put a Mmmey-Harris to work ca your farm. YOU  melr too.., cover morn acru on every tank full of fuel.., faster, eau/r... crt INS cost There's a Massey-Har m, ited to your kind of farming . . . 6 grit models ... 5 power  . . . more power.., morn ... each a top performar f its clau. MASSEY-HARRIS ..POWER FOR EVERY FARM FROEm00CH FARM SALES PAGE ELEVEN : Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We are Specialists in our line the same as your Doctor or Attorney in his line. Don't take a chance See that your Insurance is properly written -- ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Broker Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski. Illinois DR. LOUIS W. LENZ AND DR. HERBERT F. LENZ EYES EXAMINED PHONE 1063 %10 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILL PUBLIC SAL Closing.out sale of my livestock and farming m=chinery, to high. i est bidder, 10 miles Southeast of Lincoln; 4 miles North and Est i of Mount Pulaski, on FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1951 Beginning at 11:00 o'clock A. M., the following described property: 65 HEAD OF PIGS 65 60-lbs. and up 12 HEAD OF COWS AND CALVES 12 1 Holstein cow, 4-yrs., giving 5-gal.; 1 Guernsey cow, 2-yrs., giving 4-gal.; 1 Guernsey heifer coming fresh in 30 days; 1 Holstein to be six yrs., and fresh in June; 1 Guernsey, to be six yrs., and fresh in June; 1 Guernsey, to be six yrs., and fresh in June; 1 Guernsey heifer, to be fresh July 18; One Holstein heifer calf 8-months old; 3 Guernsey calves, 6 and 8 months old; 1 Guernsey bull calf $ months old, a good one. 14 HEAD OF STOCK CATTLE 14 Consisting of mixed, some Hereford and some red steers of various weight Several roan yearling heifers. FARM MACHINERY Model A John Deere tractor; 1 New Style John Deere tracto, cult[. vator; 1 Oliver 2-14" Radex plow, almost new; 1 IHC 8-ft heavy duty disc; 1 Dunham 9-ft. disc; two 2.section IHC harrows; one 1-piece roller 8-ft., good; 1 Rotary Hoe, 3 row John Deere; 1 dump rake, heavy duty, good one; power vnower, 7-ft bar, IHC; grain drill, Oliver, 18x7" with grass attachment and power.lift; John Deere '999' corn planter; John Deere fertilizer distributor, 8-ft. Model A; Case corn picker with husking bed, Model 2 R; Massey- Harris "Clipper" combine, 6-ft; 1 old model Chevrolet 1.ton truck, good tires; one 40-ft. Schroeder corn elevator; one 1947 model 2.row mounted AC corn picker; 1 overhead wagon lift, good; 1 low down John Deere manure spreader; 1 John Deere hay loader, good; one John Deere endgate oat seeder; small Hammer Mill, Sears Roebuck; 1 grain blower and pipe to fit; 1 Innes pick-up for 6-ft. Clipper combine; 1 Briggs & Stratton Mode] Y gas engine; 2 pump Jacks, oil bath and open-gear styles; 2 sets of corn planter furrow open- ers; 1 pick-up reel for Massey-Harris 6-ft. combine; fertilizer attachment for 4-row John Deere planter; 1 "Dearborn Equipment" scoop to fit Ford or Ferguson tractors; set of high wagon wheels in good condition; 1 fuel tank and filling hose, 350-gal.; one 225. gal. fuel tank, both good; several oil barrels, 50-gal.; 4 metal water tanks; 2 tank heaters; 1 large hog fountain with lamps, new; 1 farrowing crate; 7 corner-style pig brooders; 2 rubber tired wag- ons; 1 two-wheel rubber tired trailer, a good one; 3 wobd hog troughs, large ones and almost new; 3 metal troughs; 3 self-feeders for hogs. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 1 Surge single pail milking unit; new streamlined pail; Sears, Roe- buck vacuum pump unit and pipe; 2 Economy King cream separ. ators; two 8-gal. milk cans; 1 deep-freeze unit and compressor. POULTRY EQUIPMENT One 14'x16' brooder house with metal roof, well insulated, could be used for farrowing house also: water fountains; poultry feeders, metal and one wood self-feeder; 6 all metal 10-hole laying nests; 2 all wood 10-hole laying nests; 2 new style Jamesway gas brood- ers; 1 large Jamesway oil brooder; 1 starting battery for chieksv electric; some insulation board; large roll of electric welded wire; l"xl" heavy guage for wire floors; 6 large sections of roosts, used as pit roosts. Many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH Not responsthle for uccidents should any occur LUNCH WILL BE SERVED CLIFFORD MOAIN, owner COL. C. W. WOLPERT, Auctioneer. CLEM GARTON, Casht Clerk iii!