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APRIL 26, 1951 TI[E MOUNT PULASKI TIMES - NEWS, MOUNT PULASI[L ILLINOIS PAQE ELEVEN CLASSIFIED SECTION -  FOR RENT -- LOST  FOUND TO BUY -- WANTED TO RENT  TRADE ILP WANTED -- NOTICES -- ETC. i Also Shrubs. Vines, Bulbs, Rock SAL Plants. --Faith Eider, Niantic "(5-17} AT THE CAPP'S NURSERY THIS WEEK You can cut the high cost of living if you plant 25 of our 2- yr. Paradise Asparagus, along the garden fence. A new early varie- ty, large stalks. You can begin cutting next year. We also have Spring Grown Charleston, Gold- en Acre and Copenhagen Cab- bage plants ready. Get some planted at once they will stand 10 degrees of freezing. And be !sure to get out plenty of our fine Crystal White Wax and Yellow Bermuda Onion plants. They are fine and sweet for table use and the large bulbs mature in August and keep fine for winter use. Much better than sets. Also get your ground ready for the little strawberry patch. We will have a shipment about April 26th of fine Senator Dunlap, Missionary, New Robinson, and Progressive Everbearing plants. Get in on this shipment if you want plants, as we will make only one. We have fine trees of the big Black and Yellow Oregon Sweet Cher- ries. They are hard to get, you only. Tender better grab onto a couple of 8 weeks these. Also have a fine lot of to 3 lbs. Price apple, plum, peach, apricot and Fred Stogdell, sour cherry, and shrubs. Yes, cut Phone Latham the high cost of living. Take off I the brakes and glide down the USed 760- 16 old hill to the Capp's Nursery, tires. Good]The Home of Fieldgrown Plants, -15 and 670LBunch Sweet Potato and Mar- Suedmeier Hexas I globe Tomatoes. Chicken feeders, 4 1 large; also small hardwood flooring, "'beHoU?at h a m, Ill. OVerstuffed daven- good condition. Awe, Chestnut. Pulaski 46R24. located lots in (northeast Pulaski. Will --4. D. Biesemeier, Lin. Skilsaw. with 3 rater, with too- almost new; 12 roof Huskie gar- With Briggs and and several ad- hand garden new; 5.ft. step- LmOWer, used two articles are at James Allen on street. Mrs. Mount Pu- B tract Mount Nicely im- .r, Agent. home, all Water heat. Semi- 90-ft. street. 1 block 215 Vine St. 4-26 Berkshire boars. Phone 40, 5-3 and plow for transmis- starter, floating used two Shrtder, R.(1), - 74R4 new com- frame home. and utility. for a couple or possession. -r, Agent. varieties Bleeding Heart, and Japanese Lythrum, Pas Grass, etc. I NOTICE TO THE PERSON WHO borrow- ed my Garden Plow. Please call at the house for other at- tachments as tley are of no use to me withou the plow. Abe Harvey. FEMALE HELP WANTED: An opening for two ambitious wo. men, 23 to 45. Flexible work- ing hours arranged at your convenience, Require pleasing personality and neat appear- ance. Will direct small private jewelry rfashion shows in this Sweeter-T. Wiggers AUCTIONEER In businesssince 1935 Lincoln, Ill. R.R. 4 PHONE 48F3 FOR ALL YOUR (:R TICK INC. EAST ELDORADO STREET 'Otur's Largest Scrap lro,n Yardi'" area. For local interview write] Mr. Fred Soria, 1404 E. Cedar i St., Springfield, Ill. 5-17) FOR RENT; house in Cornland. Phone 73R31. George E. Drake. (5-3) WANTED, Garaens to plow. Have a new Rolotiller. Work solicit- ed in Latham. Warrensburg, Mount Pulaski, Chestnut and & Kenney. Phone 15, Latham. --Chlorice Bratton, Latham, Ill. A26 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Numben 965 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 4th day of June, A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of EMI EL BUEHLER, deceased, now pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or be- fore said date without the issue of summons. E. A. BUEHLER, Administrator C. Marvin Hamilton, Attorney Lincoln, Illinois ..-Scratch Pads now available at the Times-NewS. NOW 21/2 "HORSES' FOR00, For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski E. L; ROTHWELL ESTATE BROKER AUCTIONEER Farm and Farm Sales Phone 72 Mount Pulaski DR. LOUIS W. LENZ AND DR. HERBERT F. LENZ EYES EXAMINED PHONE 1062 l0 BROADWAY LINCOLN. ILL Your best garden tractor buy, that's the new POWER-HO DELUXE, Model 12BB. Beautifully streamlined...With the new high power 21/2 H.P. engine. Equipped with variable speed sheave, front kick stand, chain guards, remote control stop switch, and new 5-12 tires on 4" rims. Model 12BB can be fitted with all the standard Bolens attachments stop in and see for yourself. Belier pedormonce, Be,st pr/ce, Your Best Buy Is Bolens $195.00 F.O.B. CLARK IMPLEMENT CO. MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. VAN'S II00LEMENT CO. (Froehlich Farm Sales Bldg.) PHONE 21 MOUNT PULASKI " welqhl SHELLED WEIGHT j EVERYBODY IDIOWS--that its the net ihelled out welqht that makes tho biq dlfforence in hy- brids. Try the above test. Take a bushel of Gonuino l:qlstot Hybrids and a bushel of any olhee similor typo hybrid. Shell oach bushel and woh the shelled sore. You'll find Genuine Pbtmr Hybrids will welqh from 4% to 6% moro In practically evory cao. This fact plus Iho heavy oc is the reason why farmer after farmer tolls us about cribs of Genul Pllltel Hybs'k wolqb. inq out 10% to 15% more than previous welqhto or moaJurod estlmat . . A QUALITY PRODUCT . . . Of PROVEN PERFORMANCK THROUGH EXTENSI VE RESEARCH . . . FULLER SEED COMPANY MEMBER OF PFISTER ASSOCIATED GROWERS, INC. mm