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'S I 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, Mt. Pulasi, Ill. FOR SALE FOB SALE: 750 bales of Alfalfa hay, 2nd cutting. 70c a bale. C. Aughenbaugh, Mount Pul- aski. Phone SW2-5636. (1.12) FOB SALE: 1 of the nice homes in Mt. Pulaski. Wall-to-wall carpeting, full basement, gas heat, can be financed. 2-story house, full basement, oil heat close up town, hard wood floors and garage. --E. A. Downing, Realtor, Phone 2- 5556 or 2-5119. (tf) -----.___ F'REEI! ALL wrZARD BATTER- IES recharged free ff in passenger IN LIMITED TIME. (OSCAR)  'era in. WESTERN AUTO AS- SOCIATE STORE. i: ---------. FOB SALE: 1 partial set of Havi- land China; 1 brooder house, 7.Ft. square; 1 Copper Clad COok stove; some old antique furniture. J. Flora Herrin, i Phone Buffalo 36-44620. (1-19) FOB SALE: Kenmore electric washing machine. Wringer- type. Good condition. Mrs. Ed Schroth, Chestnut,Ill. Phone, _6-5845. (1-19) FOB SALE: 2 coal stoves, 1 Warm Morning, 1 Ward's. John Mc- Carty, Phone PY6-5311, Chest- nut, Illinois. FOB SALE: Maytag washer bought since 1954; clothes hamper; 4-drawer white chest; 9x12 Linoleum grey and white rug; new living room green and white speckled rug, 12'x15'; i grey rug 32"x54", like new; ,pairs dark beige curtains, re new, could be for bit  or front room; 3-way sw floor lamp; 1 white kitchen Cabinet; baby bed (no mat- tress) in good condition; kitch- en table and 4 chairs; curtain stretchers. Mrs. Wflbert Yagow, Mt. Pulaski, Phone SW2-5959. N SII.-TNNIKL TIMZ IS HEREI No time for sewing! I'll make YOUr Sil-Tennial gown; child- ren's dresses; little boy's coats With tails. Mrs. Ray Lynch, Mr. Pulaski, Phe SW2-3958. WILL DO BABY SITTING in my home Days or evenir}Es. Phone SW 2-3349, Mount Pulaski. W---D FOR EMPLOYMENT: Hottsewife and Mother. Lucra- tive Part-time work. Available FOR RENT: 4 room modern house gas furnace. In Mount Pulaski. Phone SW 2-5777. FOR RENT: 6 room modern house near Chestnut. Phone PY 6-5820 PY 6-5820. LINCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully insured; free estimates. Carl Ingrain, Jr., Lincoln, Ill. Phone 732-8394. (if) WIRING, REPAIRING. fixtures & appliances. Helon Electric, 111 Belmont St., Mount Pulaski. Phone SW 2-5925. (tf) SALE! SALE! SALEI ON %VIZ- ARD BATTERIES... $4.00 TRADE. (Poffenbarger) car service. Bring 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 & TV REPAIR--Don Leon- ard, South Spring St., Mount Pulaski, Ill. (tf) HELP WANTED, Evenings at the Hilltop Bowl Lunchette. --BUY ONE DRESS AT REGU- LAB PRICE, and the second for $1.00 at HUSTON & PAOLONE LADIES STORE. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kevwood The Chas. Cross' entertained guests Sunday. Mr. and ,Mrs. Del Southern of Bloomington were Sunday visit. Quarterly Conference at Center Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Singley party will be held in the Elevator Chapel this Tuesday evening, and family were supper guests in Office, Mount Pulaski, Ill., on 1 Rev. Vern Longenbaugh of De- catur will preside. Chancy Myers from North of Kenney was a caller here Tues- day. Was to do chores for Sel- bert Bloye that evening. They took daughter Marlene back to College in Indiana. Springlikc weather all week. Cooler with N. wind Saturday and Sunday. Nice Monday and Tues- day. Mrs. Wm. Heft, son Tom, and H.A.K. were Mt. Pulaski callers Monday. Tom had his picture taken and H.A.K. came home minus a tooth. What would we do without dentist doctors? Bowling Results--- (Continued from page 12) Copeland & Hild 39 15 Fire Department 37 16% Moore Insurance 27 27 Horn's Standard 27 27 Stoll Coal & Gas 24 30 Dick's Place 22 32 Huston & Paolone 201/ 331/ Wilham Construction 19 35 Hathorn's Variety 14 40 High score: Ann Kerschner, 183 High series: Hazel Holmes, 474 ttigh team: Koehler, 2,095. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Jan. 11) B.M. Assurance 77 Stahl Bros. 74 Hanslow Standard Service 75 Logan Farm Service 75 Hilltop Bowl 71 Wolcott's Soft Water 64 Budweiser 55 Curtis Oil Co. 50 Mt. Pulaski Fr. Gr. & Elev. 45 Rocky Ford 44 Ind. high game: A. Cravens, 235 Ind. high series: H. Manes 613. Team high game: Wolcott's 970. Team high series: Wolcott's 2,703. ors of the Delbert Southern's. The WSWS meets Thursday Mrs. Clarence Romer and son afternoon in the parsonage. Dean were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Oscar Heckel and family NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE 'in Macon. The Heckel's formerly Docket Number 2202 lived in this vicinity. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 1st day of February, A. D. 1961, is the claim date in the estate of Harry O. Elliott, deceased, now pend- ing in the County Court of Lo- gan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decendent on or before said date without the issu- ance of summons. Everett V. Keehler, Executor. Leland Simkins, Attorney. Tonunie Havener REALTY CO. City, Suburban and Farm PropmUes 311 West Cooke SL Phone 2-5478. Mount Pulaski R.C.A. 4-SPEED CONSOLE STEREO PHONOGRAPH REDUCED FROM $425.00 TO $269.95 at STAHL'S Harstburg recently, of his moth- January 28, 1961, at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of i er, Mrs. Clarissa Singley. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Tomlinson Siding Farmers Cooperative Com- electing directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of other business which may come before the meeting. Louis E. Schafer, (1-26) Secretary. Kad Bender Estate ..... CLOSIN6-0UT S LOCATED 2 MILES NORTH AND 1 MILE EAST OF Mr. PULRU WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, COMMENCING AT 8:30 A.M. MACHINERY 1959 - 730 JD tractor (768 hrs.) live Fro, live hyd. power.steerl Rollomatic; 1950-G JD tractor hi. comp; 1946-A JD tractor; 1960 227 JD corn picker with quick-lub. (picked 150A); 1956 No. 30 JD c0' bine with chopper (PTO); two 4-row JD quick tach. cultivators; 2-row side dressing equipment for cultivator; one 490 JD corn plant, er" and fertilizer attachment; 18 runner JD grain drill with seeder attachment; 1960 666 Special 5-16 JD plow with trip and hyd. lift; 10' JD wheel disc.; 8' IttC disc; 3-16 MM plow On :: rubber; 3-14 Oliver plow on rubber; No. 5 7' JD mower; 4 bottom JD disc plow; 4-row rotary hoe (Burch); JD 4-section harrow; i: 4-section harrow; 2 section JD flexible harrow; Case side delivery i rake; JD manure spreader; Meyers tractor scoop with dozer b de, 10' Eze Flow fertilizer spreader; 1 rubber tired flare bed wagon  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 mad grader; Letz feed mill; 2 Comfort covers f0 730 and G JD tractors; Pr. fenders for JD tractor; Tandem JD tractor; two 300-gal. overhead tanks with stands; Clipper mill with screens; PTO clover seeder; 2 pump jacks with Batchold weed mower; 1 Huskee garden tractor with mower front mounted buzz saw; JD hand corn sheller; 3 butchering kettleg: and sausage grinder; cream separator; 2 water tanks with h waterers; I small water tank; 1 oil tank heater; 1 coal tank 1 iron gate; 25 locust posts; Strunk 1-man chain saw; 180 electric welder {Marquette); 1 Acetylene welder with tanks cutting torch; " electric drill; %" electric drill; 2 post drills large) ; large quantity of drill bits; 7 electric motors -- % to 1 tarp. 8x10; 1 tarp 12x20; 1 shop anvil; 2 vises; 2 forges; 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 JAY. 1000 BALES ALFALFA HAT Lots of good iron: lots of sawed lumber; 250-gal. L.P. Gas taDk, 1 Riding Saddle and Other Horse Equipm4mt Soffie Souo F.l = Odd Lot of TERMS--CASH, before removal of properlT: I Not Respomsible in Case of Accidents Lunch served by Ladies Aid of Zion Lutheran Church of Mt. JOHN BENDER, AUCT: GENE HOWE &  FULLER CLERK: AUSTIN SCHAFFENACKER CRHIER:--DERJ 4 At the same time and same place Ralph C. Maxheim 1952 2-row New Idea Corn Picker with rear e and SAVE!! COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE prestige business. No travel- g- Guaranteed income. Phone L|M NOW 00ncoin00.00. NITROGEN SOLUTION 20 E00AB- NO PRESSURE AN"YDRO--H US ) .nG A IIO-WAT DER ' i yoUr co.0000.00ity. Home-Way With Our .hOmes are one of the pioneers O  In the plfahrJcatJon of quality gM " or k, m, cuom designed to meet Fortified Calcium 'Limestone ne n ets of your clients. All replieS held in confidence Write WHAT YOU GETI Ba ixed Emmett Myers or Charl Hill, Home-Way Homes, Walnut, ..oo00 Blending of (1-) Calcium Carbonate . - 88.93% .... OR RENT: House in Chestnut 3 NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, rooms. Hot and cold water. Magnesium Carbonate - 4.69% 00erle Ch00ut, Tele- 6-37. Total Calcium Carbonates - 93.62% ROUSE FOR lENT" 5 rooms. Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered POTASH Modern. Oil heal North Vine St Phone SW2-5570. Limestone which is available and reacts CARTER LUMBER CO. & CAEr00 SAW MILL immediately. Each ton has enough carry-over of fine par- ticles to last several years. Each ton contains all the trace elements---Co- bait, Boron, Manganese, Iron, Zinc, Copper. ROCKY FORD LIMESTONE COMPANY LINCOLN. ILL. PHONE 429 -- CONTACT -- Ed Hlck, Dial SW .3227 - Dean Werth, $UlO 4-4517 TO FARMER REQUESTS Rock DIAL SW 2-5410 MOUNT PULASKI 2031 LINCOLN Logan Farm Service Co.