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JANUARY 18, 1951 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEVUS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS PAGE ELEVEN - CLASSIFIED SECTION - FOR SALE -- FOR RENT -- LOST -- FOUND WANTED TO BUY -- WANTED TO RENT -- TRADE HELP WANTED -- NOTICES  ETC. FOR SALE P OR SALE: Choice spot for super service station. The tract, 350&apos; X390', borders 2 busy routes, cOntains good, modern house and offers good possibilities for development. --J. D. Biesemeier. Warrensburg Elkhart, Illiopo- lis, Cornland. Notify Box 43, Ivesdale, Ill. (tf} SEE THE 1951 PHILCO REFRIG. ERATOR at my store. Mount Pulaski Appliance. F. E. Turley, Prop. Save money in getting your equipment ready for use. --Frehlich Farm Sales, Phone VERY DRAMATIC A class in English was given the task of writing four lines of dramatic poetry. The results were various, and selecting the verse  of a. bright boy, the teacher read: "A boy was walking down the track, The train was coming fast; The boy stepped off the rail- road track To let the train go past." "This verse is very well done," said the teacher, "but it lacks the dramatic. Try again, Johnny, and make it more dramatic." Where- i ll SALE: 6-room house, partly mOdern. Three blocks from the Square in Mount Pulaski. Ad- dress Box 247% Times-News-18 SALE: 1939 PANEL FORD truck. Good tires, good heater. Can be seen at Holmes Gar- age. tf SALE: Used Montgomery Ward electric washing ma- chine --Copeland Sales Co.,  So. Washington. ' PA/ITLy MODERN 9-room, 2- story house. Fine location, suitable for duplex 2 .corner ts, pavement both sides, 2 oasement rooms for storage and laundry, cistern, well. New fUel and storage building. Fruit and garden space. Im- mediate possession. "4-room modern one-story, on lots in Obermiller Addition. First class condition. Garage chicken house, small barn. Im- mediate possession. J. D. Biesemeier, Agent. NOTICE FOR RENT: Two upstairs rooms, In Mount Pulaski; unfurnish- . See Mrs. McKinney on h Spring or W. H. Sablotny, laski St., Lincoln. (1-14) 1'O1 RENT: Small modern apart- meat. Adults. References re- quired. Phone 286. A3I'ED:. Married man, small larnily, for year 'round farm Work. Good wages. Electricity m house References required. Roy E. "Irner, Buffalo, Illinois. Telephone Buffalo 4731. (1-18) M CORN SHELLING AND RING-- Phone A. J. or Win Lawrence, Telephone tham 56R12, Warrensburg, Illinois. (1-25(51) WNTED: A local agent for : ,Jor Seed Corn Company in : ._following mmunities : ........ Sw.eeter T. Wlggers AUCTIONEER In business since 1935 Lincoln, Ill. R.R. 4 PHONE 48F3 21, Mount Pulaski. BLOCKS WEST OF SPRINGFIELD STOCK YARDS SHALE P. H. BROUGHTON Ph. 2-1543 Prompt Delivery WANTED: Married man for year around farm work, top wages, t good house. Norman H. Muck, 427 N. Elm, Lincoln. Phone 1208 X or 66 F 22. i FOR RENT:. As I am retiring from dental practise, my office building is for rent. It consists of 5 rooms with modern con- veniences, including stoker heat, shower and electric war. er heater. ---G. F. Wait. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 918 19469 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 5th day of February, A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Jacob Adam Volle, deceased, now pend- ing in the County Court of Logan County, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or before said date without the issuance of sum- mons. Kermit Edward Volle Charles Dean Volle Executors. Leland Simkins, Attorney. Things don't just happen -- somebody makes them happen. The "know-how" of our me.. hanics is your assurano thore'il be no maybe about it when we recondition your John Deere Farm Equipment. Outs" trained service men do-the work the way it should be done . . quickly, efBcientlyj and at the lowest possible cost. It will pay to let us recon- dition your John Deere Farm Equipment. Stop in soon and let'$ talk it overl CLARK IMPLEMENT COMPANY MOUNT PULASKI Here's WHY You Should Insist o RUM[00'S FINER GROUND PHOSPHATE R4IK .oee pboepaam part . )la roolm the ms"rlmum e reC. Itsd p&mt Jk! elmmm pHO4L HORU m PS aJOND .  TTrEu  IgS  Loaded in your trucks at LaLham bulk plant. or spreading service if desired. Glenn 0. Rau and Son LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 71 or 65R11 FINELY GROUND HIGH ANALYSIS Golden-GIo Phosphate Plant food that light., to bigger yields, maturity and bet- of all crops at all times at Pulaski, Illinois. PREADING SERVICE SO IF DESIRED. IL TESTED UPON POWER with ECONOMY means extra profit in your pocketl 3-PLOW MODEL "'d4" * You smooth out the tough spots or lick a hard belt Job in record when you put a Massey-Harrls to work on your farm. You save mms too.., cover more acres on every tank full of fuel.., faster, esier... at lm cost There's a Massey-Harris suitod to your kind of farming . . . 8 groat REQUEST. models . . . 5 power sizes . . . more power . . . more speeds . . . each I" a top pertormer in its clL ap Waddell MASSEY-HARR $ POWER FOR EVERY F RM !.. Phone 86 R 11 mmtmt Pulaski. Illinois o._ FROEHLICII FARM SALES --PUT rr ON Phon 21 Mount Pulaski upon Johnny produced the fol- lowing in a short time: "A boy was walking down the track, The train was going fast; The train jumped off the rail- road track To let the boy go past." .... }<-d: FIHDI -qTH OUR/ANT ADS THOS. A. (]UPTON. Sr. (Veteran of World War I) CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Will Appreciate Your Support DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1951 Between Hours of 12 Noon and 4 P. M. 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 ycur Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Broker Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski. Illinois JJ L  Eddy e Idred baad sakL "H __ ' I   ( .,"""" Wt orn for 8J CatOo - Horses Hos  COLLECl DUROC BRED GILT SALE 52 - HEAD - 52 DAY SALE 1 P.M. SHARP FRIDAY, F LOCATION: Logan County Fair Grounds Sale to be held at the New 4-H Show Pavilion ou the Log- =n County Fair Grounds at Lincoln, Illinois. Fair Grounds =re located at the intersections of Routes 66, 121, and 10, Lincoln, Illinois. IMPROVE YOUR HERD with one or more purebred Duroc Gilts. Bred for February, March, April farrow. Raise big, strong litters from this select offering. Top the market at 5 to 6 months of age. 4-H CLUB MEMBERS can se- cure a gilt that will stand any competition. Bred gilts bought in sales have perfect records for two straight years in Jr. division at Illinois State Fair. EXACT BREEDING DATES. EACH ANIMAL FULLY GUARANTEED BANGS TESTED. RECORDED PEDIGREE TRACY BROS. WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG Sale under cover, rain or shine PE'FFIT, GAULE, BAST, Auct WII2LIAMSVILLE, ILLINO PHONE oi1711