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FEBRUARY 8, 1951 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- HEWS, MOUNT PULAS rr, ILLINOIS - CLASSIFIED SECTION - FOR SALE -- FOR RENT -- LOST -- FOUND WANTED TO BUY -- WANTED TO RENT -- TRADE HELP WANTED -- NOTICES -- ETC. FOR SALE I FOR SALE: 1939 PANEL FORD I truck. Good tires, good heater. I Can be seen at Holmes Gar-I age. tf 4 BIG HEALTHY CHICKS Key's for greater poultry Profits All fully guaranteed and from U.S. Pullorum Passed flocks. Complete line of Wayne livestock feeds. Write or ask about hog feeding contracts-- You don't pay for the feed 'til u market your pigs. Contact Ys Hatchery at Cornland or lavan. Free delivery. (2-8-51) Pt SALE: Air Compressor, , 4-years-old. --F H. Stiles, one 65R12 Latham. SEED FOR SALE: Sweet Clover, Yellow tested for germination, -98 rcent pure, at $10 per UShel. --Harvey Davis, Mount Z%llaski. Phone 98R12. (f15) SALE: Used Emerson up- piano, in good condition. Also, one davenport. Phone Mrs. Grace McDonald. SALE: 9-piece dining room mite. Phone 36 Chestnut, for Pointment. --Mrs. Merritt M. lliams, Chestnut, Ill. [SWLE: Pair of Lantz-Kolter- tters. See Hilltop Electric, Ount Pulaski, Ill. (2-8-41) NEW, four-room home. Completely mod- beautiful interior, lots of room, 30-day possession. Section. good adjoining lots each Koehler Addition. Buy for the future. Will sell partly modern frame on 2 corner lots. A location on pavement. rth Side. --J. D. Biesemeier. P(bR SALE. 1948 Chevrolet dump _tck, 2-speed axle, 8:25x20 tit- S, Deluxe cab, very clean, with linois Local Permit. 1947 Ford erguson with Wagner hy- m'aulic loader, bucket is hy- aulic controlled, excellent COndition. F-20 demountable with road gear, high com- Pression. ,aahway ' Ready to go. Carl Phone 422R, Mount ---.2 00rncz rJCTICAL NURSING or house Cleaning Call 446 from 9 to 10 a.l o- Ask for Mrs. Easter. Waitress, good hours, pay. Apply at Ray's Grill, Pulaski. RENT: Sleeping room. In- Times.New& CORN SHELLING and Phone A. J. or Ed- Telephone Lath- 56R12, Warrensburg, Illi- (2-15-51) CORN SHELLING AND Phone A. J. or Lawrence, Telephone 5GRI2, Warrensburg, I-25(51) 1951 PHILCO REFRIG- at my store. Lnt Pulaski Appliance. F. E. Prop. ING AT PEABODY 59, 2 WEST OF SPRINGFIELD STOCK YARDS SHALE perature thus far this winter, it being 15 below zero. Saturday morning it was 7 above, and on Sunday the temperature stood at 40 degrees. Nothing special Monday, but Tuesday saw a rain lasting sev- eral hours. Late in the afternoon high winds came up and early Wednesday morning it was down around zero again. Harold Stoll Herd Is  Top Herd In County 5"00 Harold Stoll, of the Chestnut 5"f[vicinity, had the top hexd, as 4.5"75 Iwell .as the top individual cow. , 4 75 in milk and butter fat productmn 4"75 during January, according to the 4"75 monthly report of the Logan Co. 4175Dairy Herd Improvement Associ- 4 50 ation. Stoll's herd of ten registered 4 % Brown Swiss cows produced an 4'laverage of 961 pounds of milk 4"333 1 and an average of 43.6 pounds of 41333' butterfat. His top individual cow 4.25 produced 1,960 pounds of milk HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL First Semester 1950-51 Mariann Dana Richard Ey Carol Harvey Wallace Schroth Mary Christensen Charlotte Hein Beverly Miller Melvin Moore Ray Richner Perle Jo Myers Monorable Mention Wendell Brown, 3 units William Dittus 3 units Vera Mercier, 3 units Mary Rose Payne, 3 units Julia Baker Shirley Cravens 4.25 Jim Hayes 4.25 Harold Holmes 4.25 Donna Huston 4.25 Wallace Kautz 4.25 Hazel Reinders 4.25 Doris Schroth 4.25 Joan Biesemeier 4.00 James Brown 4.00 Doris Copeland 4.00 William Copeland 4.00 Margaret Dana . 4.00 Ed Froschauer, 3 units 4.00 Edward Loren Guffey 4.00 Barbara Harvey, 3 units 4.00 Melvin Hassebrock 3 units 4.00 Shirley Marshall, 3 units 4.00 Ina Palmer, 5 units 4.00 Patricia Palmer 4.00 Shirley Rogers, 3 units 4.00 Margaret Shively 4.00 Kenneth Stewart 4.00 and 92 pounds of butterfat. Among the other high herds were those of Edwin Rentschler, and Alvin Rentschler, Chestnut, and Garland Shull, Beason. State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. In The County Court of Said County: In Probate Docket No. 927 In Re: Estate of Cornelia Moore, Deceased. The undersigned Administrat- [or of the Estate of Cornelia ] Moore, deceased, having been ap- 1pointed as such by the County [Court, Illinois, and having duly I qualified, hereby gives public l notice that the first Monday of [March, A. D. 1951, the same be- ing the 5th day of said month, is the claim date in the estate I of said deceased and that claims FIFTEEN BELOW ZERO H. BROUGHTON Prompt Delivery A local agent for Seed Corn Company in following communitles: Elkhart, Illiopo. Notify Box 43, Ill. (tf) LAST FRIDAY MORNING I may be filed against said estate Friday, Feb. 2, was Groundhog l n or before said date without Day, and one of sunshine. That l issuance of summons. morning brought the coldest tern- * J.R. MOORE, Administrator. Geo. J. Smith, Attorney. WORDS OF APPRECIATION DR. S. GARD "OPTOMETRIST will be in Mount Pulaski every Thursday, starting January 25, from 5 to ? p.m. Office at Miss Rose Gulso's home, 307 So. Wash- ington. An appointment suggested. Village Hall, Friday, February 16 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. for the purpose of nominating a Super-. visor and Highway Commission- j er. I wish to thank all those who sent me cards, letters, etc., and called on me while a patient in St. C]ara's hospital, Lincoln. Also, all who came to visit me since[ my return home. I Eugene Stoll. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many good friends for their acts of kindness and sympathies extended in our re- cent bereavement, the death of my sister, Miss Sue Clifton. Miss Grace Clifton, And Cousins. REPUBLICAN CAUCUS The Laenna Township Repub- lican Caucus will be held in the NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 5th day of March, A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Charles JacobHerring, deceased, now pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or before said date without the is- sue of summons. SIDNEY LEE, Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski i i ! Cousult 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 proberly written -- ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Broker Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski, nlinois "Nubby" CHARLES . HOLMES DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR ROAD COMMISSIONER MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Subject to your support at DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS, SATURDAY, FEB. 17 -- Your Vote Will Be Appreciated -- DR. LOUIS W. LENZ NIGHT SAL[: Ill 50 - HEAD - 50 AND HAMPSHIRE EYES EXAMINED PHONE I062 10 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILL Here's WHY Yore Should Insist ms R00'S FINER GROUND PHOSPHATE ROCK ,f dmm's phosphate vsckeMt - _ _ _. )laiN" llets the maximum pines asosa . 8 zv m mesa scsmmm iom llmlru m-n {dJfTao Loaded in your trucks at Laam bulk plant. or spreading service if desired. BRED SOWS will be sold at the Luke J. Gaule Sale Pavilion SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 7:30 P. M. These sows have been bred to these outstanding Herd Boars -- CONSTELLATION EMPEROR, GOALIE'S CHIEF, PERMA-ROYAL, ZEHR'S PILOT, TOP BOY AND GOALIE'S FLASH. Ideal Foundation Stock for 4-H Club and FFA Members! WRITE FOR CATALOG JOE 6ORETZKE & SON H. E. JOHNSTON LATHAM, ILLINOIS Glenn 0. Rau and Son LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 71 or 6SRII