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MAY 22, 1941 THE MOUNT pULASKI TIM]NW8, MOUNT pULASKI. ILLINOI TIMES-NEWS FARM PAGE PAGE ,han. wo operates large nurseries WARNED SEEDING ED BEANS farmers axe being cau- ot purchasing new, un- Ybean varieties by J. C. crops extension spa- the University of Illinois e of Agriculture. the old Midwest, the Mco PrOved to be low-yielding, to average yields in trials during two under normal conditions The Ohio Experiment reported that the Mc- the old Midwest, .had a and resisted lod- it v medium-late in and was extremely us- to chattering. of these so-called new vari- sold in the corn belt guch name8 as MoClve, and the Ohio carnp- the information we can Utese three so-called ia that they are probably Itearly like the old Midwest planting the seed this spring. ty ther variety. The old "Since salesmen of these soy- was discarded in beans recommended that only a the Manchu, a super- fraction of the amount of seed was introduced in the generally recommended is needed to seed an acre, farmers wishing disadvantages of the that aioo are reported to of these varieties are that Pods are produced near Liffbrly Caffle Topped Chicago Market Recently While the oil content is 16 per cent, compared 21 per cent for other varieties grown in Illinois. Proves to be true under 12- processors are the same practice now against beans of cOntent; the, t is, discount of the Important argu- by salesmen for these is that they are hy- is po.tble that they Freeze Should Be w00'a former resident b* originated from a nat- Dralned-Discarded this community. of two varieties, but if A story of dud-bombs dropped ow an esttbllshed varl- So-called ,,permanent type" an- ire pure enough to sell, ti-freezes should not be allowed to !on England containing notes from . remain in a cooling syste1 for workers in German held territorY, more properly call ..... d,,ration o  .... saying "We do our bit," was mcrain or pure lines than more tnan t.nv .,_ *e snring the by an Atlantic skippes winter months.  .... -,:. equaled .... "-e drained aria u,o story of the C-aryans hurling nine 17aldt,on snoum u . bombs at his ,'oXnmenc the new variety, ed` The following ten reasons ship and not one ex- _eC,ally for central and .... National carbon ploding. Xral Illin ...... all|are given oy L,= ore. AimOUgn t " i - this ............... ief is taken for 1941 Co. for ao ng Planty of certified seed for 1942 seedingB 100 or more farmers WANTED ! at Monticello, Fla. Mr. Mahan for 10 years has been planting his own rose:, myrtle and cedars along the 26-mile highway between Monti- cello and Tallahassee. Because Florida, like ot, her states in the South, won't pass a law requiring farmers to fence their land, there's nothing to keep cows from wan- dering along the highway eating Mr. Mahan's roses, which they do. On their way home from Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Acton stopped at Monticello to attend a two day party given for Governor Holland of Florida and his wife by Mr. Mahan. NOTICT OF HEARING ON CUItRENT A(XX)UNT ate of Illinois, County of Lo- : SS. In the County Court of maid County; In Probate. IN RE: ESTATE OF M. J. MYERS, DECEASED. Public Notice is tereby given that on the 8th day of May, A. D. 11941 the undersigned, Sophia MY- iers filed in the above court her , , r  head of Hreford ca*fle wh:ch C:ude L;+*eri,/, soufhwe:f 'icurrent acccunt of her act ana This is part of shioment oT   " ' Ch caqo market ;o  fhaf de'/t o{/er;rqs. ! doings as Executor of the Wtll of Mount Pulaski, had ed nd marketed recently toppmq the . I" I M. J. Myers, deceased, praying for ................................. fan approval of same, and that a CORNLAN-00-" I Cw Eat Roses 00aring ther00,n has se, said court for the 9th day of June, I ad id A D. 1941, at the hour of ten By Ro s e ,,'clock a. m., in the court room o' |_ . , said court in the court house of Cherry suffered a bad i The Decatur Herald aa eview, said count'y of Logan in Lincoln, Ralph ." - - -s, cundav May 18 contained an ar-i:,linoi s Any objections to said lead injury Sunday ' urin" a!ticle about Mr. and Mrs. Frank t account must be filed m said court to try them might plant one row struck by a eHatw: s knck-I Acton of that city. s iMn r. :tun l on or before said time at the normal rate and one row game at cornla '-fie ispent his boyhood day. , t Dated May 8th, 194,. ed unconscious for a w n " i was I t )ulaski and vicinity, and the tem I SOPHIA MYEt, thin, in a field of commercial I Edwards of Loam " will be of interest to many Times-  Executor of the Will of beans, and compare them with a , on business Monday !News readers. The artmle fol- / M.J. Myers, Deceased. making harvesting proved variety grown in the same .... -- - "--.e inc-hes of lows' /Smith and Arnold, Attorneys. manner. The recommended rate of 'e had at)OUt u,- -  " -----^-. -coratin " 26 miles| .............. ' "" ._ .*. vnund has a lxose ou-=, ,*,-  | ....... o..+ ,- ,,vd. 1 bushel an acre for row seedings ram last weez of hghway that are being con- |  ......... is considered the proper rate in 12- very hard crust. The elephant is not generally Harold Johnson of S.rmgfleld la stantly eaten by cows because inois. It never has been shown .... ;'tin , at the t there us no law requiring fences t used as a domestic animal in M- that thin rates of seeding are as ,olding a revwa* ,::. ts week i t'he o.nly bad ti'ng or?d: Mrs. productive as normal rates whiCh l ethodtst churon ,c-= . . !Franl Acton te u . --^- re illustrated by pC- t Mr and Mrs. Acton returnea have been established in 12Unois as lThe sen ....... l last week for a short visit in De- "$1.00 fo $3.00 PAID OR res a result of many years of experi- [ tu -:- word Mon- I catur before resuming their trail- am rerV " " ' " mental work with soybear'"t C.F. Lanh .......... [ r tour of America. They have DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" Hackleman said- Idly of the d:c:h m o:f ,s=rUN':b'[bee ngone since th.e flrsbffltOtlv (exact price depending on Hamilton Lann  ..... :ere to l bar, and plan to !eave a .' y size and condition) /Permanent I Anti- raska. Funeral s er.: .... milton  1 for a dude ranch m wyoming. We Also Pay for Dead Hocjs be held VCednesaay ....... Last winter's trip took them in- full market Medium Burry and prices paid for Metals, House tnd Fresh Laid save money by buy- u: Morton Serf aml TICK DEALER FIFTY CUNTON, ILL I LT BY ASSEY-HARRIS OPEN EVENINGS AND sUNDAY MORNINGS Brooker Farm Sales PHONE 2 i E. K. BROOKER to Mexico for a month, and back across the Gulf states to Florida, wtere they made their headquar- ters in their trailer on ,the shore near Miami. The trouble about the cows and the roses came to light on a visit Rendering & Fertilizer Company Lincoln, Illinois Phone: Lincoln 856 aml Reverse Charges. Bigger Profits for You! With Chestnut Hatchery Blood-Tested l:hkks Now Is The Time to Place Your Order. CHES00UT HATCHERY Chestnut ,e Mount Pulaski Phone S60B  Phone 57 i'ii /