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12-TIMES-NEWS (bit. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1971 LettersTestamentarywereiued seven months from March 25, Lynn D. Gi]christ March 25, 1971, to Willis J. 1971 (date of issuance of Clerk of the Ayers, Virginia, Illinois. The Letters), and any claim not f'fled Logan Cunty, attorney for the Executor is within that period is barred as to Harris and Harris Harris & Harris, Mr. Pulaski, Illi- the estate which is inventoried Attorneys nois. Claims may be fded within within that period. Mr. Pulaski, Illinois JACK AMOS, Arco Branch Manager at Mt. Pulaski, welcomes J. Eldon Stoll to his local sales force. J. Eldon is a recent graduate of the University of Illinois major- ink in General Agriculture. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stoll of Chestnut. His duties will involve retail sales in the Mr. Pulaski area. I,E IRIcC.,O EVERYONE who is interest- ed in the passage of the Bingo Bills, is asked to personally con- tact his three Representatives and State Senator to ask for their favorable consideration to vote for the passage of these bills. A letter writing campaign to your Representative and Senator by eryone interested loml( M,Amo 79-54 in Bingo will be most helpful. The new Constitution does not outlaw Bingo. NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIM DATE Docket Number 71-P-30 Pilr00urgli Paints Sale Two dollars and twenty-eliOt cents otf WaDhide on Latex Flat Wall Paint. , The great latex cover-up: covers in half the time. No need to fill and sand hairline cracks, Notice is hel;eby given of the death of Willis H. Ayers; that and the one-coat process easily covers most , . " ," ", ,; ,,-i, stained or dirty surfaces. ' Wallhide dries in thirty minutes and lli" M| brushes are soap and water washable. Regularly $8.47". Now only $6.19 gallon. , /4ASOt( First Tb 8.'00 . M. W IL A. CmAlM'.8 FJn=t Xmxtalr 8:00 IL )& -- One dollarolf IurJI,L lgrrATg & 7:o P. i J: AUCTIt tO.  ram sr d  zad M on Satinhide:r i ' ."=-- aF0r: greator'"CLEANERhere'Stip! " !!!" . im Enamel CORN AND Ramrod i BETTER PROFITS this year use... "''=" Monsanto It'll get the grassy weeds that steal nutrients from your Corn. You can depend on Ramrod year in and year out to be a consistent grassy weed killer." He's right! And  comes in both gran- ular and wettable powder forms. Ramrod works just as effectively in Wet or dry weather, without incorporation and with no carryover to harm rotat:d crops. Don't take a chance.., m your Farm Chemical Supplier now about complete rate and application details. JgtCO IARM Rr. 121 Mr. PULASKI JACK AMOS, MGIt J. ELDON s'rOLL SALF..S Rr. Monsanto St Louis, M=ssoun 63166 Two dollars olf Semi-transparent wood stain. Enhances the beauty and texture of wood. Preserves and protects, too. Great for shingles, siding, fences, and out- door furniture. Eleven colors to choose from. Regularly $6.97". Now only $4.97 gallon. Only S|49 , 9" Roller & Tray Special. Regularly $2.29". Top quality the perfect applicator for Pittsburgh PaintS. MOUNT PULASKI 1 FARMERS HARDWA