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[/ i I Features Hydra-matic Drive Oldsmobile Sixes and Eights i equipped with the exclusive advan-, rage of Hydra-Matic Drive have! 'now reached a volume, since this l feature was first introduced, of more then 75,000 cars, according , to a bulletin issued yesterday by ' 1:). E Ralston, Oldsmobile's gener-  1roles manager. ,troads on the vat bank of un- fll|ed orders for Oldsmobile cars with this feature have been con- sistent throughout the past sever- al months," said Ralston. Gradu- ally our transmissioh department has achieved a manufacturing pro- gram that has enabled us to care for an increasing percentage of! this consistent and growing de- mand for Hyrda-Matic equipped cars. Dealers today, for the first time in the history of Hydra-Ma- tic Drive, are in a position to promise buyers early delivery of 1941 Oldsmobiles with bh-is feature. Approximately one half of the new Oldsmobiles built each day are now equipped with Hydra-Matic : Drive. "Performance of our cars with this feature has been, outstanding. Hundreds of unsolicited letters, I fl-OVa owners, on file at Lansing! " verify and emphasize this state-! merit. Combined mileages of these 75,000 cars are conservatively es- Um.ed at more than to hundred m'fllion miles, and surveys made by our service department also re- veal that all of these cars are ren- dering thorough satisfaction to owners. I'A series of meetings with deal- ers held recently in leading cities throughout the country presented i:, I ili!il Four Local Young Men Lef Tuesday For National Guard' Duties Junior Scroqgin, Wilford Tendick, J. C. Godda rd and Frederick Lipp left Mount Pulaski Tuesday ev- ening to report for duty at Delavan as members of the infantr company stationed there. After a brief traininq period there, they wilt qo to Tennessee. Farm income in States this year is >roach the 10 the largest since 1929. the best position of those producing for the markets--producers of poultry products, and vegetables. AUTO AUTO LOA 20 MONTHS TO $100 Loan $ 6.72 $150 Loan $10.08 $200 Loan $13.38 $250 Loan $16.64 $300 Loan $19.88 Payments Include And Interest on Monthly At 3( to $150, 2!zc REFINANCING Car Need Not Be Extra Cash Payments Reduce& Confidential. "Loans in Nearby T PEOPLF_ FINANCE COS  130 W'. Main St. DeC additional proof of Hydra-Matic !wheel, a vital safety feature and iDAUGHTER BORN TO MR. , Drive favor. In large cities where + one highly complimented in our '.qD MRS. RAIIOND HAIN" i ,= . , , traffic is particularly heavy, deal- file of voluntary testimonials." A daughter w a s bern this I I-'pldemlc of ers reported a big demand for this ! Thursday morning:, March 6, at I Cold Svil| feature because there is no clutch i the Springfield hospital in Spring- | ..... --- _ _. '_ :. ^'d . .._ __, -,r__  ..... , / t5 Liquiu or 666 Taolem - to press and no gears to shift, and ' How is your subscription ? n, ...., u m. .u u. ymu.  Salve or 666 Nose Drops driving is simplified to a mere " Hann of Mount Pulaski; seconU/relieve s cold symptoms tt matter of starting, steering and child, both ffiris. /day. stopping." In other sections of the .. nation where hills and mountains are common, Hydra-Matic Drive serves both a convenience and a safety purpose. Because Hydra- Marie Drive selects gears automa- tically and engines cannot stall under loads, motorists driving in these sections are free to travel up and down mountain grades and around curves without removing their hands from the steering i ] i H| CLASSIFIED SECTION If yo have Anytimg to Sell, Trad Want to Buy, Have  or mtiem of the Time-New will get vu the aetlou you want. Hundreds of others have found this to be true---why not you? ii i ,CASH PAID fr dead horses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals removed free. Call Dr. C. L Merriman, Phone 15. i FOR SALE- Red clover, $7 per bushel, 99.30% pure. Contains no noxious weed seeds. Lewis PAlatti, rx. 3. Phone 81 Cherry. FOR S10 Ibs. or 15,000 Ibs. home grown Baby Golden pop- corn. Also popcorn popped for special occasions. Leave orders at Schick's Shoe Shop or Mount Pulaski Theatre. Russell Buck- les. FOR SALE: 15 tons bright Clov- er Hay. Oscar Fleagle. Phone 53 green, Mount Pulaski.- FOR SAL---Srnall coal range, in good condition. Mrs. Grace Mc- Donald. Phone 362. FOR Rond table and i" four chairs; Dinette table and four chair; cot; library table; tlvo single beds; kerosene range. Call 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. except Sunday. Rev, Cwn, Latham Illinois. FOI --4-Iouse, garden, eight afl'es of pasture and potato patch. Also orchard. Only re- sponsible people need apply. House will be ready April 1. " Write Jennie J. Buckles, 615 Lo- cust street, Quincy, Illinois. FOR SALE -- 1 Simplex brooder stove; 1 DeLaval cream separ- ator, size 12. New conditioned. Willard Kratzer, Mount Pulaski, Phone 44. FOR lJ---4-rcom house 2 miles sutheast of Mount Pulas- ki. John Damarin, Phone 97 Cherry. FOR SALE- Chicken brooder, electric, 125 chick size. Earl Kinert, Phone 382. FOR RENT---Steam-heated room; hot water and bath adJoinin. Times Apt. Hotel FOR SALE: One registered Berk- shire boar. Best of breeding. Dr. George S. Connelly, Phone 40. FOR RENT: Modern upstairs apartment; four rooms, bath Steam heat. Possession April 1st. B.A. Tyler. IF IN NEED of good breeding bu/l& see Dick Brown, 8 miles south and 2 miles west of Mount Pulaski. FOR Used Thor electric Washer; used. Kenmore electric washer; two used kitchen rang:- e; used bottled gas apartment range; 7 and 8 foot deluxe Au- tomatic Oil urner; several used Radios. :Mount Pulaski A1Hance Store. OR ne new two-wheel trailer with title. Real buy. Wil- lard Krater, Mount Pulaski, Phone 44. SPECIAL WEEK-END BAR- GAINS -- Rebuilt A-C Tractors --Rubber and Steel. Also Good Used John Deere, McCormick- Iing tractors, M a n u r Spreaders, Ed Gate Seeders. : We have zne real bargains on new and used machinery for !: this week only. See ua before you buy. Held & Weber, Deca- f Through special arrangements with the mag- ". azine publishers we offer America's finest farm and fiction magazines-in combination with our newspaper-at prices that simply cannot be duplicated elsewhere! Look over this long list of favorites and make YOUR selection todav! Ne ha. S GROUP A -- SELECT 2 MAGAZINES Tiff = Mtll's Magazine ........ 1 Yr. [] Pathfinder ('eekly) _..|I 1 Year, and [] True Romances ............ I Yr. [] Modern Romances ........ l' [] Fact Digest ................... I Yr. [] Silver Screen ................. l Five Maguzines ................. IYr.  $ports Afield [] American Boy : ............... l Yr.  Open Road (Boys) ........ I ALL FO IlCE [] American Girl ............ 8 Mo. 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