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CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE FOR RENT LOST - FOUND WANTED TO BUY - WANTED TO RENT TRADE HELP WANTED - JOBS WANTED - NOTICES wm A OOLLAR--Person whos CUSTOM PLOWING, Corn Shekel- name appears in our other two ing and Combining. uean m - ads will be given one dollar if ham, R.R., Elkhart, Ill. Phone they call for it before next Mt. Pulaski SW-2-5531. (6-1) Wednesday. --Western Auto -y--  OU de- As. Store, Mt. Pulasi, Ill. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Improved 137A grain and livestock farm of Claud Hamblin Estate in Chester Township. See John Biesemeier, Executor, Mr. Pulaski. (if) -----______ FOR SALE: Clovers, Alfalfas, grasses, mixtures formulated to your needs. Seed Oats, Seed Beans, Seed Corn. Bulk garden Seed. Chemicals. Wheelhorse garden tractors; Homelite chain Saws, Tryco weed sprayers. Parts. Compare our price and quality before you buy. Rent- Schler Seed Service, Chestnut, Illinois. (3-2) FIELD SEEDS FOR SALE: Red Clover, Alfalfa, Sweet Clover, Lawn, Etc. Stahl Hardware Store. (4.27) SALE! SALEi SALE! ON WIZ- ARD BATTERIES. $400 TRADE- IN LIMITED TISLE. (MILTON) Western Auto As.so. Store. (tf) FOR SALE in Chestnut: 3 bed- room part-modern home. Priced for quick sale. Will sell on con- tract. T.D. Havener Realty, Phone SW2.5478, Mt. Pulaski. NOTICES WIRING, REPAIRING, fixtures & appliances. Helton Electric, 111 Belmont St., Mount Pulaski. Phone SW 2-5925. (tf) WANTED TO BUY: Man's white formal jacket, size 40-42. Call SW2-5685, Mt. Pulaski. IhDIO & TV KEPAIR--Don Leon- ard, South Spring St., blount Pulaski, In. (tf) KILTED TO RENT: 3 bedroom house in or close to Mount Pulaski. Address Times-News, Box 257. (3-16) LINCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully 7Ured; free estimates. Carl gram, Jr. Lincoln, Ill. Phone -8394. (tf) SOarTEST CLINIC: Thursday, ch 23, all day at the Mount Anlaki Grain Co. Free Soil alysis. Bring natural dried ples, 8 axn. to 5 pa. Get ur samples now and be ready. ow what your soil needs. * (3-16) Ett ALL WIZ BATTER- ] " recharged free if in passenger rench) car service. Bring iru WESTERN AUTO AS-! LATE STORE ANTED--Young men 17 to 34 With high school education and Physically fit to train for Raft- road Station Agents and Com- .munications positiorm. Start- lag salary approximately $415 a month for 40 hour week, plus ertime, paid vacations and Pitalization and 7 paid hol- ys a year. Free travel and tstanding retirement plan. tirement of older men create rnited opportunity for qual- ambitious young men. oft training period. If sin- eerely interested, write Box 247 c:o Times-News. Give name, address, age, race, phone num- ber. (Feb. 23-Mar. 2) WFrED: Youth or baby's bed. Robert Werner, Mt Pulaski. CARTER LUMBER CO. & CARTER SAW Mill  metal moflng, matmials for ows7 Prusu  Ironic, post polu. caAm SAWS S990 up. Phons 44449 u irvrr 66. LL # S ILLINOIS ol Smssumoa rows serve LO%VER PREMIUMS -- and you get them at Reeves Agency, Latham, Illinois. Phone OR 4-5731. (tf) FOR BENT: 6 room house in Bea- son. Write Wayne Buse, RR, Chestnut, Ill. FOR BENT: Apartment. 4 rooms and bath. M1 modem. Mr.con- ditioned. Above the Mount Pul- aski Sport Center. Earl Drake, Phone SW 2.3985. W/LWrED HOUSEKEEPER who needs a home and a job - for a widower with small children, in good Christian home. New brick ranch-type house - "Coun- _t_ Lixdng with city convenienc- es. Write Walter Baumhardt, Rochester, Ill., or Phone SW 2- 5130, Mount Pulaski. Veferans "No Down" money offered by New York Bring In your deals. $1,000,000 offered us IF YOU HAVE A HOUSE TO BUY and can't finance it, see us. Public Law 364 of the 85th Congress, which permits the owner of the house to take a discount, has brought money here for veteran.s loans. No down pa)Tnent. 30-year term. Older types of house preferred. Newer types acceptable. Any location. AnY village. AnY suburban. Any farm. Minimum about $9,000. Maximum $15,-i 000. A few at $20,000. Monthly payments on $10,000 only $552.,3 plus taxes. Come in and get an illustrated booklet to give your seller. If he has owned his pro- petty a few years, inflation should cover the discount. To obtain one of these loans, your credit must be good, and you must not be too deeply in debt for car etc., unless your wife is working. T. D. HAVENER REALTY 5W2-5478 - MT. PULASKI, ILL. FOR RENT: Modern 4 room apart- ment on ground floor. George Wolcott, Mount Pulaski. Phone SW 2-5418 or SW 2-3294. (tf) HAVE PLOW, will turn garden dirt. Ivan Rademaker, Mount Pulaski. Phone SW 2-3955. AUSTIN NEWS Another month has ended so soon. Dick Disbrow, wife and baby have moved into the John John- ston house. Sorry, our mistake, the Clifford PaLls moved to Mesa, Ariz., not Mason. Mrs. Lowe is quits ill in D&MC hospital. Mr. Lowe works for the Lawrence's. Measles and mumps are keep- ing some pupils absent from school. Mrs. Ira Bailey of Golden Gate, near Fairfield, visited her sister, Mrs. Linn Rau, from Thumday till Sunday. Lrs. Arthur Galloway was ac- _Tn-REWS, Mmt Palad  TIURSDAY, MARC 2, 1951--11 ghter's, the BiU Jones'. He is able to be up and out again. Has been to Indiana to visit a sister. ELECTION NOTICE For Board of rucattoa of School District No. 28 ; Notice Is hereby given that on Saturday, the 8th day of April 1961, an election will be held at I i the places hereinafter named in l School District No. 28, County of[ Logan, Macon, Sangamon and De I Witt and State of Illinois, for the I purpose of electing three mem- I bers of the school board of said[ district for the full term. For the purpose of this election the following precincts and poll- ing places are hereby establish- ed: PRECINCT NO. I: The follow- described territory: The Polls will be opened at 12:00 o'clock noon, and close at 7:00 o'clock P.M., of the same day. By order of the School Board companied to Springfield Sun-[ ing day by her brother, Arnold Nau-[ All of Mt. Pulaski Township man and wife, to visit son Am-[ High School District No. 28 shah constitute Precinct No. old and family. ] 1 and the polling place Rev. S. Sanford of Galesburg| and a former pastor, will be at[ therein shall be at High the Bethel church S.E. of Farm-] School Office in old build- er City, where the Rex Rau's at-I ing. , of said District. Dated this 1st day of March IL R. N. Hamm, lesidsnt Attest: Charles H. Anderson, Secretary. WE HAVE THE ANSWER TO BABY PiG ANEMLM i no emogb to co mm_ We have foml wbich leavee baby  neab to infection ad dis- ee... R i Myoa 8ap i imm F_h 4o coatai lg of ..... trace Oe ineciou raises t ho- nobin level almost diately and gives a q.aick he]y start. yzo Iron Plu promotes faster weight gains and earlier m2w: ketabitRy of your hogs. Myzon Super Izon Phm fm mtod MOUNT PULASKI FARMERS GRAIN & ELEVATOR CO. It's Getting Time for that Annual Spring Tune-up Bring Your Car in Before the Spring Rush starts and have us put it in first class shape. -q HOLMES GARAGE tend, on March 5, 6, 7. He recent- ly helped in a Nashville meeting. Had 100 conversions, and in a men's meeting in Los Ange- les, Calif., gave his testimony to 700 men - 12 converts there. Miss Essa Gray of Maroa and sister, Mrs. Rena Fazel of Call. fomia, who has spent the winter with her, called on H,4.K- Tuesday afternoon (brought so.me i lovely house plants, African vio- lets, foliages, Josephs Coat, a Poinsetta in bloom and others.) Were driving a new car. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Jackson and son of Argenta area were present for S. and Church. Both families resided here some years ago. After a rainy Wednesday night, it cleared up by 10 o'clock Thurs- day, a fine day for the Glenn Rau and son sale. Big crowd and things sold welL The Harmony women cleared $139.00 from the lunch served. Ran out of food sent to town twice for more - (to it Pulaski last time.) Dick Disbrow will farm the Rau land. Eugene Rau is with and has been for 2 years, the Sangamon Grace Anhydrous Am- monia Co. at Bearsdale, which takes him out of the state at tim- es. Tuesday and Thursday like spring. Grand to work out doors. Switched to winter Friday at 1 o'clock, big snow flakes soon whitened every thing - more fine snow by night. Wind to  and i near a blizzard Saturday till 1 o'clock, and cold. Warmed up by Sunday noon. Few patches of snow yet where shaded. Sun bright this Tuesday aJn. but clouds moving in by mid-day. Ort Montgomery who suffered a heart attack recently, and was hospitalized four weeks in De- catur, has been home three weeks sow and is staying at his dau- Mount Pulaski, Illinois SAV COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE LIME NOW , e,, so.u00o, ,o NO PRESSURE ANHYDROUS With Our Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOU GET! 88.93% 4.69% Total Calcium Carbonates 93.62% Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered Limestone which is available and reacts 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 PHONE 429 @ Bag Mixed or Blending of NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, POTASH TO FARMER REQUESTS Rock Phosphate DIAL SW 2-5410 MOUNT PULASKI DIAL 732-3113 LINCOLN Logan Farm Service Co. , ?: : /5  Calcium Carbonate - - Magnesium Carbonate - - LINCOLN, ILL. _-- CONTACT ---- Ed IUclmy,  SW .7 - l)m Wut Buffalo 4.4517