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CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SAlE FOR RENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BOY WANTED TO RENT TRADE HELP WANTED JOBS WANTED NOTICES WIN & 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 FOR SALE:. Miscellaneous hand tools, such as saws, hammers, planes, chisels, etc; also, one 20 ft. extension ladder, lawn- Chesnu Lafham Illiopolis M. Pulaski Any Village WE WANT 12 GOOD OLDER HOUSES in villages within driving distance for local work- ers. Eastern money here for TLrMv_.NEW -u--'m--t 1-": ut. THUILSDAY,/qCllag/LIIY 9, 11151.--11... Farm Program, Taxes Center Of Aflenfion At IAA Farm policy and taxes were topics which dominated the three hour open session of the tentative resolutions committee at the Ill- inoia Agricultural Association's 46th annual meeting at Hotel Sherman, Chicago. Friendly -- but serious -- dis- cussion on farm policy found two programs most often proposed by Farm Bureau members during open session. One approach would invite a degree of government control of agriculture, while the tion to reduce the size of its pro-, duction plant and to reduce or set aside farm surplus. "Many farm- ers in Knox county feel that the demand in the country is not for an extremely liberal farm pro- gram but for a middle-of-the- road program--such as land re- tirement-that is effective and well-administered," Curry empha- si ,z. Our surplus is a price depres- sant as now administered. We propose for consideration the fol- lowing means of disposing of this surplus: "1. Set aside a portion for na- tional defense. "2. Distribute surplus as & pay- ment-in-kind for land retir- ed in the soil bank. "3. Establish a world food pool" Curry also recommended that the surplus be removed fz0m market channels immediatelY and attempts be made to remove its influence on the pricing Curry also called for effort on the part of all organizations to find worid a- greements to solve the farm blem. hatuith: The thing that es a woman's guess much more accurate than a man's , mowers. Call anytime except veterans to buy your house. No other would gradually relieve the down payment. 30-year term. federal government of any pow- A  m dlk B Saturday. Harold L. Hargrave, Your house should sell at once. I er in controlling farming  m  ........ flu Mount Pulaski, Ill. UUStOm seen uleanlng -------- Monthly payments on $10,000 " " r " " FOR SALE: Red Clover Seed. Test loan only $5523. Yous *house _T In hism cPhngn]:nma:?hEdt wm 99 and 74i100 per cent pure. n:Ynbthn :tY Volluangtj[dem.aiY t tative relutions committeeand IkA/ 4']} I " A 94%Joe England,germination'Mount$15 apulaski,bushel, may be a farm. Minimum" ' loan IAA 'ice president said, The v--Vlr L "  I "T J Phone SW 2-5242. m $9,000. Maximum about $15,000. election is over. We have .lect: . The money is here---more than led a new president of the unlma I .... FOR SALE: 1959 Volkswagen," $1,000,000 of it. To use it you i States for the next four years. ] A| B ___--i-- [ ]AslaAi !: good condition; 1954 Hudson must take a reasonable discount I Problems besetting agriculture i IIm_d[rdJllUil m|P]i||| I | Sedan. Bill Prather, SW2-5357, ] for cash as permitt.ed by Public l are still to be solved As the most J V ||  |O | iB iVWNIV [ M otPulaski. 2-23)] LaW t O tn ongress .... ii ....... "[powerful farm organization In [ FOR SALE: Clovers, ALfalfas, [ Thousanas oz aisressexl, v seilers Jd .,..^mo.; .... _ _have the resnonsibil-.__ , ] - grasses, mixtures formulated to across the natron ha e en ed [ .. f hel in find the ri-ht I   ur needs. Seed Oats, Seed ] their troubles this way. Phone, [lty o P g osin solutions" t m | ' write or see us for details and[answersanacPrP Kgnox count ,I oeans, Seed Corn. Bulk garden[ illustrated booklet. | John W. ry, .Y [ I ..... ee(l. Chemicals. Wheelhorse I i farmer, recommended that agn- l i You BeNer ! -:' garden tractors; Homelite chain i T.D. HAVENER |culture needs government atten-[I i ,,_...---.--. k !, ws, Tryeo weed sprayers. REALTY !'/1 Let Us Loox a.. Compare our price and i quality before you buy. Rent- MT. PULASKI, ILL. II Tnmrn;p_  " that motor if it :: nler Seed Service, Chest,ut ........... Havener I,I .,oto, .', ,t nnnols. ,-2) /I Ds  X q'V tn I [I isn't "perking" the way I :, ;n ..... . .... . ............ | _-.w_; -. -;;d |11  iike it to. Atime _- u Y MYF of the Methodist Chur- I  ca. l-lb. packages, at Buckles ATTENTION, MEN. I News Agency. or Mrs. Vaughan ATTENTION, MEN ! I 00.ooosw000000 To Be III POR SALE: GE electric range, Withtimer,.deep.well, broiler, 5 HEAVY EOUIPMeNT !11 PUsh buttons for each burner. Excellent condition. Reasonable. OPERATOR [lJ Harold L. Hargrave, Mt. Pul- Winter is still with us aski, hi. * SCRAPER POWER SHOVEL ill ------ * BULLDOZER * GRADER JJi so why not insure "mo- NOTIGS * AND OTHERS Ill tor-free" cur operation ,:| BUSINESS IS POOR: Don't you TRAINED MEN .m Per i|l ::::: ::, have aneeds attention?Small applianceLeave itthatat ARE EARNING OVER P10 Week JJJ ! 201 N. Lafayette St. Jinks. Complete Training Program, Including Actual Experience on JJJ Heavy Equipment. No Previous Experience Needs. Mail I/ HOLMES GAR REP,00o, Coupon Complete Information I/ appliances. Helton Electric, 111 Belmont St., Mount Pulaski. i QUAIJTY Now .......... -------: ......... - ............. - I/ Phone SW 2-5925. (tf) For the many hi,h nay UNIVERSAL EQUIPMENT J| Mount Pulaski, Illinois . o-,-," OPERATORS SCHOOL, INC. /l ing jobs in heavy con- qDIO 6, 'IV REPAIR---Don Leon- struction, building roads, 431 - 1st Nat'L Bank Bldg. ard, South Spring St., Mount bridges, dams, pipe lin- Peoria, Illinois Pulaski, Ill. (if) es, homes, office build- ings, ete. Localand for- Name ...................................... Age ...... DAVE!! I lIP YOU DWIE SAJ,Y you de- eign employment op- Street .................................................... 1 portunities. No need to quit your present job City .................................... State ........... until you are trained. Phone .................. Hrs. at Home ........ COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE ....... LIME,,.,., o00NOW . Mineral Fortified Calcium Idmesione serve LOWER PREMIUMS nd You get them at Reeves gency, Latham, Illinois. Phone OR 4-5731. (tf)  insured; tree estimates. Carlll ._gran% Jr Lincoln, 111. Phone 8394. (tf) Ell ALL WIZARD BA- l recharged free if in passenger ! car service. Bring (Scroggin Sr.) i' 'era in. WESTERN AUTO AS- i i SOCIATE STORE. s.op w B COS-- Feb. 14 to March 2 After cloth- 1 ag has been in mY shp 60 . ys, there is a 5c a day charge. All winter clothing must be Plcked, up. Berry Clothing Ex- t" change. CARTER LUMBER CO. LOOK WHAT YOU 6ET[ Bag Mixed or Calcium Carbonate . . 88.93% Ble n d in g of Magnesium Caxbom/e . 4.69% Total Calcmm" Carbona/es - 93.6S% NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, Each ton contains 700 pOUndS of Powdered POTASH Limestone which is available and reacts immediately. TO FARMER REQUESTS Each ton has enough carry-mr,r of fine par- ticles to last several years. Rock Phosphate) Each ton contains aU the trace elements--Co- &  SAW MILL bait, Boron, Manganese, Iron, Zinc, Copper.  ,= ..-,,,, ROCKY FORD DIAL SW S-5410 MO _U__ PUL ,.,___  tm,tt z:,.lll 2051 Ln4COLN   ., UMESTO,NE COMPANY _. calm sxws mu0111 m ui IPMne 4-7448111 LINCOLN, ILL. PHONE 429 ,.'" 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