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FOR SALE - Homelite 4400-watt portable gen.; Rheem gas furn.; Bryant HP/AC w/A-Coil; Aper - 792-3480 FOR SALE 2-empty 500 gal farm fuel tanks & small fuel tank 674-3412 BRAND NEW Warehouse Overstocks 30-60% Off Retail Living R00m- Bedroom Mattress Sets Limited Quantities Can Deliver Springfield 217-361-1357 TOTAL QUALITY MERCHANDISE ............................. FOR SALE - 4-Michelin tires, 225-55R-17; Wolff Tanning bed, gd cond, 20-min timer; 1-week Flordia time share-week 27; Carousel horses mounted on poles, 217- 732-2328 ..................................... FOR SALE - 1999 Mega Sun 32 bulb tanning bed, plus face tanner, Gd Cond, $1,000 OBO, need to sell, 792-5401 FOR SALE - Entertainment VNG, solid dark wood, fits 36" -IV, $100, 737-9479 FOR SALE - House - 200 Flora Dr, Mt Pulaski, 3 BRJ2 Bath, All appli- ances stay, 1 car garage - Open House - Sunday, April 3 from 2-4 pm. Asking $85,000, Estate of Emagene Green Those 50+ Beautiful efficiency and 1 bedroom apartment All utilities included! Ask about our MOVE-IN Special! Indoor storage units available! RT. 121 & Main Street, Latham 217-433-7099 ESTATE SALE -Household Con- tents - Saturday, March 19 from 9 am - 4 pm and Sunday, March 20 from Noon - 2 pm. 200 Flora Ave, Mt. Pulaski, Emagene Green Estate March 19, 2011 FOR SALE - Womens Golf Clubs, right handed, $25, 792-5559 ....................................... WANTED TO BUY - Large 300-1b lift chair, 217-963-2424 ......................... L ............ WANTED TO BUY - Elec. Golf Cart, 217-963-2424 ........................................ FOR RENT - 2 Bdrm Apt. w/ garage, lease, references, 737- 0347 or 792-5313 ............................................. FOR RENT - Large 1 Bdrm Apt. central heat & A/C, garage, water, garbage & all appliances furnished, newly redecorated, new kitchen stove, cable, reasonable rent w/ view, 792-5645 or 553-6138 ........................................... Insured. QuaFdyWoik Free Eslimates Call Shawn 414-5413 FREE - Walnut tree for firewood. you cut & haul, 217-855-6768 FREE - Will pick up unwanted mowers, chainsaws, snowplows for free, Mt. Pulaski 217-414-2271. Leave message if no answer. SERVICES Mowing, tilling, gutter cleaning, landscaping, out- door painting, any outdoor work, D Blaum 737-9479 ................................ SERVICES Personal care, cooking, laundry, transportation, errands, light housework, set up medications, etc., 20 yrs. exper., exc. ref's - Sandy (309) 231-4540 WANTED - Buying junk cars & trucks, FREE PICKUP, Cornland 415-0438 or'750-2576 ............................ WANTED - Appliances, scrap metal, farm machinery 750-2576 ..................................... MOVING SALE - 104 N Spring (Cross) March 19 / 8 to 1, Misc Fur- niture, Household Items, Kitchen Items, Kids toys, Toddler Bed. GARAGE-BAKE SALE - Ander- son - 1015 Hawthorne Ct - MP Fri. April 1 & Sat. April 2, 8am - Hollis- ter, Abercrombie, AE, Aero, Justice, Nike, Adidas, Puma, Illini, Cardi- nals, GAP & much more. Recliner, Swing Set,Household items, Holi- day Decor, Jewelry, Home Decor, Games, Books, Purses, Toys GARAGE-MINI DONUT SALE - Sat April 16, 8 - 2, Pope 502 E Jasper, mini-donuts $3/doz, Men/ Women's clothing, boys baby cloth- ing (Infant -12-mos), baby items , home dcor, Misc. LICENSES AVAILABLE- Hunting - Fishing licenses, are available at Mt. Pulaski City Hall. Until the 1870s, baseball was played without the use of gloves. 38TH Annual Lake Fork Community Sale And Pancake & Sausage Dinner Sat. March 26 9:30am CONSIGNMENTS TAKEN UNTIL 7:3OA.M. SALE DAY LARGE ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED ANYTIME WEEK OF SALE. SMALL ITEMS, INCLUDING FURNITURE, WILL BE ACCEPTED FRIDAY, MARCH 25 UNTIL DARK. LIVESTOCK: TREES: ANTIQUES-COINS: MISCELLANEOUS-FURNITURE- LAWN & GARDEN: TRUCKS & AUTOMOBILES: 1974 GMC 2 ton grain truck; 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager (new tires); MOTORCYCLE-BOAT-TRAILERS: including 12 individual finger crates with water, feeders and divided board included; Individual infra-red gas heaters; Stainless steel nursery feeders; Nursery gates; Stainless steel nipple waters, bolt on with adjustable brackets; Frost-free waters with lots of spare parts; Creep feeders for crates; Other hog equipment; FARM EQUIPMENT: IH490, 25- foot disk; IH 560 gas tractor, wide front; IH sickle bar mower, fast hitch; gravity flow wagon on 10 ton gear; 24' goose neck trailer; 2,000 gallon oval steel water tank; (3) PTO generators; WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY CONSIGNED ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE: NO FIREARMS; NO OVERHEAD FUEL TANKS; NO NON-WORKING APPLIANCES; NO USED TIRES; NO PAINTS/SOLVENTS OR EMPTY PAINT OR SOLVENT CONTAINERS. No unauthorized golf carts, A TV's or motorized vehicles are allowed on the grounds during the auction. World Famous PANCAKES & SAUSAGE OR BISCUITS & GRAVY DINNERS Serving 7:00 .m.-4:00 p.m. Sale Day COUNTRY KITCHEN STORE, DAY OF SALE: Home Baked Goods; Walnut, Illi- nois Cheese; Fresh Sausage; Pork Chops; Spare Ribs; and All Other Pork Cuts; SAUSAGE, PORK & CHEESE: will be on sale at the Community Center the week of the sale starting on Monday, March 21, - 9:00 a.m. CRAFTS: Country Crafts VENDORS: Many Vendors with a variety of Merchandise day of Sale TERMS: Cash or approved check with photo ID. Buyers register with photo ID. Not responsible for accidents. Purchasers shall assume responsibility of items at thetime of purchase. No items removed from the ground until full payment is made. All purchases items MUST be removed from the grounds on the day of the sale unless previous arrangements have been made with the community center. All items left after the day of the sale will be disposed of at the discretion of the Community Center Board. This listing is subject to change. Announcements on sale day take precedence over typographical errors and printed materials. SECURITY: Security will be provided and The Lake Fork Community Center Reserves the right to check any and all merchandise leaving the grounds and Buyers will be asked to show proof of purchase of that merchandise. COMMUNITY CENTER PHONE (217) 792-5662 (Week of Sale) FOR INFORMATION-CONTACTS: Walter Bryson 702-3939 (shop) 792-3328 (evening), Glenn Bryson 792-3939, Richard Stewart 792-5891, Donald Riedle 792-5721 or (cell) 972-5721, Mike Maske 519-3959, Delmar Stewart 792-5793, Lake Fork Community Center 792-5662 VOLUNTEER AUCTIONEERS from 2010: Bernard Bree, John Laurenzara II, Dan White, Less Payne, Bill Hutchens, Mike Hall, Richard Leach, Ed Voyles, Gall Quick, Steve Folger, Gary Morris, David Mendenhall, Lance Schmid, Logan Schmid, Ron McAfee, Mike Maske and others. CLERKS: Bob Shanle, Evan Hall, Bubbles Collier, Todd Farris, Sara Farris, Deric Martin, Mary Hamilton, Carolyn McKenna, Tammy Page, Vel Morris, Carla Hamace, Jane Pharis, Angle Schilling, Bev Folger. 2010 Results: Our Largest Sale Ever! Nearly 1500 buyers numbers issued; 400 consigners; 2500 people in attendance Mt. Pulaski Times 15