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24,1951 THE MOURT PULASWV . NEWS, MOUNT PULASK ILLINOIS IKFJt Z4 CLASSIFIED SECTION - !LqI.E  FOR RENT -- LOST  FOUND TO BUT  WANTED'TO BENT  TRADE .P WANTED -- NOTICES -- ETC. potato plants. Bellatti. Phone (5-31) 3-POUnd fryers, $1.10. Cornland, Ill. SALE: 3-1b $1.25. Phone Pulaski, Ill. Used Kelvinator re- 7-ft. In excellent Priced reasonable. Manes, Phone 74. Good building lot, , on pavement. --Dean ' t'none 427. (tf) 2 Well Iocated lots In ,_Addition (northeast Ount Pulaski. Will J. D. Biesemeler, Adams and Soybeans, Corn, Sweet Seed. Rentschler IIL (5-27 Well located Duplex. condition. Income % street, in Telephone 3.3068. (5-24) NOTICEWe are open from a.m. to 9:00 p.m. You can get Potted Plants (large & small) and cut flowers here. Myers Service Co., East Side Square. "FORD" TRACTOR and plow for: sale. Has overdrive transmis- sion, front bumper, starter, lights, and new-style floating seat. Has only been used two seasons. --Merle Shrader, Rt. 1, Elkhart, Ill. Phone 74R4 (tf) WANTED:- Lady to care for child for 8 hour day. mMrs. Jack Rothwell, Bertoni Apts. WANTED, Garaens  plow. Have a new Rolotiller. Work solicit- ed in Latham, Warrensburg, Mount Pulaski, Chestnut and & Kenney. Phone 15, Latham. --Chlorice Bratton, Latham, Ill. A26 AT THE CAPPS NURSERY A fine lot of Concord grape vines in good dormant condition to plant now. This is the finest large Blue grape, and best for eating, making jellies, and so on. Large 2.yr. No. 1 vines, priced at 50 cents each. Better plant !or two at your old grape and put some new life in it. also have two bunches of Para- dise Asparagus Plants at $1.00 per bunch of 25 - 2-yr. No. 1 plants. These are fine plants and will make you a nice bed. This will be your last chance, better grab onto this lot. Get your ground ready for Bunch sweet PUBLIC:. We are a- Potatoes (no vines). Easy to Mid.West ICe ltivat p and the best sweet ation. (5-24) [you-ever ate. Also we will have light rev short l the New Masten Marglobe To- west of he "city, [mato. The finest strain of Mar- the gravel road [ glob bred to produce heavy yields notify Charl and perfectly shaped fruit. Be Pulaski, Ill. : sure and try some at 25c per doz. Will have a grand lot of SWeet Mango in Pimento Pepper plan. 2-room unfurnished The kind to pickle, can ana stun, Inquire at Times- or Phone 144. llnsible party to Yrnents of /.47 beautiful Spinet new. Write, Co., 530 E. Green, Illinois, Phone (5-31 first part of week. You will grow beauts from these plants. Will have the new Wonderful Babosa Onion plants at 25c per bunch. Give them a try out. Plant these field-grown plants, they will set your garden three weeks ahead. Phone 74 - get your order on the book and we will give you a ring l t us about your Insurance Needs. We are ists in our line the same as your Iotor Orney in his line. Don't take a chance -- mat your Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING nqsu]LAN(: AC, IqCW' Insuranco and Real Estato Broker PhosB 13 m Mount Pulaski, Illinois A mm-m hnm mind Ash Smd a mlo im arm Irene dml Fi It Imt FlaWs pMe Se kad that M direr. IW JWk m wnh CtRCO kl mL | Imlll"lT---Momd  /ULI. COLL'T Herin .gip DR. LOUIS W. LENZ I:)R. HERBERT F. LENZ EYES EXAMINED 10b SI0 BROADWAY LINCOLN. ILL. soon as plants come -- The Capps Nursery is the source of fine stocky field-grown, true to name plants. STEENBERGEN CEMETERY I SND^Y, MAY -- While there will be no plan- ned Memorial Day observance, relatives and friends will gath- er at the Steenbergen cemetery, four miles southwest of Mount Pulaski, Sunday afternoon, May 27 to decorate the graves of de- parted veterans of the several wars and of beloved members of their familie NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a tentative budget and appropri- ation ordinance for road and bridge purposes of Town of Mt. Pulaski in the County of Log- an, State of Illinois, for the fis- cal year beginning March 27, 1951, and ending March 24, 1952, will be on file and conveniently available to public inspection at Dillsaver Building from and after 8:30 o'clock A. M., 26th day, May, :o e d y'. - " budget and appropriation ordi- nance will be held at 1 o'clock P.M., 19th day, June, 1951, at Dill- saver Building in this Town of i Mt. Pulaski, and that final ac- tion on this ordinance will be taken by the Highway Commis- sioner at a meeting to be held at Dillsaver Building at 1 o'clock P_M., 26th day, June, 1951. PAUL DAVIS, Highway Commiioner. M. T. DEIBERT, Clerk. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket No. 967 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the Second day of July, A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Samuel Nelson Downing, deceas- ed, now pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed a- gainst the estate of the decedent on or before said date without the issuance of summons. DEAN DOWNING, Executor. LLOYD F. ARNOLD, Attorney. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. In the County Court of County: In Probate. In Re. Estate of Frances Dlx Col- tier, Deceased. The undersigned Executor o the Will of Frances Dix Collier, deceased, having been appoint- ed as such by the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and having duly qualified, hereby gives public notice that the first Monday of July, A. D. 1951, the same being the 2nd day of sad month, is the claim date in tAe estate of said deceased and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons MARY F. COLLIER, Executor. Leland Simkins, Attorney. Would you like to be a FEED DEALER? $ $ $ Have the exclusive territorial rights to the newest BRAND NAME Hog, Cattle and Chick- en feed on the market Wonder Age Feed Company has the highest quality feed at over $30.00 per ton. Low- er than any other brand name feed on the market Schahi Home For Funerals -- AMBULANCE SERVICE-- LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 235 - MOUNT PULASKI i For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mounl Pulaski - NEW SERVICE - HIGHEST PRICES FOR DEAD Cattle - Hogs - Horses- Sheep CALL COLLECT Mount Pulaski 464 THE GLOBE RENDERING CO. DOES YOUR FARM NEED MAGNESIUM! USE LEHIGH SOIL SUGAR "IT GETS RESULTS" LEHIGH STONE CO. City Bank Building, Kankakee, lU. LOCAL DEALER: GLENN 0. RAU & SON PHONE 71 LATHAM, ILLINOIS J. M. FRENCH PHONE 88-R-2 MOUNT PULASrr, ILL. FOR BETTER STANDS OF i : i PLANT ARASAN" TREATED SEED SCYBEANS A cold wet spring or seed low in viability often results in a poor stand and a low yield of soy- beans. Protect your crop against these dangers by treating the seed with "Arasan'. "Axasan" seed disinfectant and protectant checks ed-borne and soil-borne diseases which often catme seed decay and poor stands. WE NEED FEED DEALERS For eco and eective treatin if' "Arasa. Check our large dealer profits -- we deliver to your ware- house -- we share your adver- LiT US TREAT YOUR SEED WITH "ARASAN  tising. " 8 8 m CALL WONDER AGE FEED CO. p.OJImC 457 Tel. $.$619 sPmNGYlZLD, ILLINOIS WE USE THE SLURRY (Wet) METHOD Highest Price Paid for Your Split Beans Niantic Farmers " PHOHE !