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SFIED SECTION LE - loll RENT - LOST - FOUND  WANTED- N - JOBS WANTED LEGALS- MEMORIALS 1 of Ad-- Day (10 words ) $ .60 $ .85 {20 words) $1.10 (25 words). $1.0 Is (0 words) $1.50 Lines, 5 Per Word. IALS, $1.50. IdlOVE AR[ CASH RATES- I KAK ADS for publication may be placed until 5 p.m. Tuesday. ' COflTRACT AD Rates quoted upon request. -FOR SALE-- I00 year old folding size) 5100; clothes and kitchen cabinet an antique. 5150 for separately at prices 523-4584 at Spring- Kefl. (6-17) air conditioner, Phone 792-5442 (p) 9 laying hens and 1 Robert Maxheimer, 364-4561. One good used Selmer 792-5353. Used 1969 12 H.P. hydraulic drive, new 42 inch new mower. Paint, Mt. Pulaski, good used air cow 74-3593 (p) Ptlnl)er plants. Now is to plant. Walter MoiL June 12, 221 West Starts at 9 a*m. LE: June ll&12,9to 12 to 6, 3 blocks School Ivan Rade- rummage sale. Sat- 12 from 10:00 a.m. ?.a. at 221 N. Lafayette, a]&en's clothing, some Mrs. Harry June 11 & 12. 518 Men, women's and (6-10) SALE: Leslie Braun. (6-10) 2 lots, 100 ft. front- reasonab/e. Phone 7) Home Pro- "Skip" Proctor. 674-5545. Also fund Is for organizations. 3 2, , 4 & 5 Bdw. homes 2 aiburban, also city Improved N.W. of information call Haveaer Realty, Mt. TO BUY- and role- items. Call Lincoln 73226314 or 732- Furniture Auc (tO , a guy who stands and who didn't went either. STRAW Buy Fmld WUBBEN Daling 474 3981 -- HELP WANTED-- | WANTED: High School boy to help deliver on Saturday. Landholt Upholstery. WANTED: Long haul truck drivers, must have some semi experience. Be prepared to be away from home average of one to three weeks. Ph. Springfield 529-6641. (6-10) ir -- FOR RENT-- FOR RENT: 3 Room unfurnished apartment on 3rd floor. Refer- ences required. Times-News. Phone 792-5414. FOR RENT: Large two room fur- nished apartment. Utilities fur- nished. Phone 792-3958. (tf) i --NOTICES-- SPARE TIME INCOME - Own your profitable vending business. 5175 to 5450 monthly earnings pos- sible in your spare time (day or eve.). Dispensing NABISCO and AUSTIN snack products. No Sell- hag - just service established loca- tions. We supply product, dis- pens*re, locations and continuous guidance. Income starts immedi- ately. If you are interested in applying for this genuine oppor- tunity toward financial success, you must be able to make a cash investment of 5895 to $3,500, have good character, dependable auto and some spare time weekly. For personal interview in your area call or write to: Mr. P.H. Kennedy Sr., Automatic Merchan- disers of America, 4002 Meadows Drive,lndianapolis, Indiana 46205. Tel. 317-545-7861. (6-24) WANTED: Ride or riders mornings to the U of I for Summer SchooL Call Lee West 792-3938. (p) WANTED: Odd jobs to do. Phone 792-5752. Ages 12 & 13. (p) The expressway was so jammed the other morning that I didn't know I was out of gas until I turnedinto a side street. CUSTOM PLOWING CORN SHELLING NONE IK/SINESS INSURANCE SUPERVISOR'S REPORT (Continued from page 6) fox what purposes expended, during fiscal year ending as aforesaid. The said Edward Sheehan, being duly sworn, doth depose and say that the following statement by him subscribed is a correct statement of the amount of public funds on hand at the commencement of the fiscal year above stated, the amount of public funds received, and the sources from which received, and the amount expended, and purposes for which expended, as set forth in said state- ment. Edward Sheehan Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 30th day of March, 1971. J. D. Gasaway, Town Clerk. GENERAL ASSISTANCE FUND RECEIPTS FUNDS RECEIVED AND FROM WHAT SOURCES RECEIVED Amount of funds on hand at the commencement of the fiscal year, commencing the 31st day of March, 1970 $ 375.24 Nov. 10, Taxes from Levy of Previous Year 1970 1,400.00 Total Receipts $ 1,775.24 EXPENDITURES TO WHOM PAID FOR WHAT PURPOSE EXPENDED 1970 May 5, George's Food $ 190.00 July 13, J. Borgeson,M.D. Services 21.00 Sept. 17, Commonwealth, Elec. 17.00 Oct. 6, George's Food, Food 120.00 Oct. 21, Dr. Borgeson, M.D. Services 340.00 Nov. 9, Memorial Hosp. Services 372.10 Nov. 8, Commonwealth, Elec. 18.00 Dec. 28, Commonwealth, Elec. 46.49 Dec. 28, Doud's, Clothing 13.60 Nov. 28, Latham Oil Co., Fuel 49.76 1971 Jam 27, Kennedy's MkL, Food 140.00 Jan. 27, E. Pure,U, Relief of Q. Purcell 100.00 Mar. 2, Woodlawn Associates, Services 40.00 Mar. 2, Enloe's Drug Co., SuP plies 10.03 Mar. 4, Skeliy Oil Co., Fuel 98.73 Mar. 16, Commonwealth Edison, Else. 31.84 Total Expenditures $ 1,608.55 RECAPITULATION Total Receipts $ 1,775.24 Total Expenditures 5 1,608.55 Balance on Hand $ 166.69 iii, -IAND SAWS FILED AND REIXDOTHED BY MACHINE 799- - 5470 MASON i you. ! z. t. ntrrawzu. tar  ZJ) 30t GZKE WILSON' IZAL ILrA'rg & Auu'rlow CO. &mus  d Sqam, I@r.  IIJ- FOR SALE in Mt. Pulaski, 3 bed- room home with family room and fireplace. Full basement. On 5 acres, south end ef town. 6 room home, new furnace, storm windows, family room and fireplace. block off square. We need listings of 3 and 4 bedroom home TATE Rt.  w It- CLIFFORD SMITH Ph. 79g.580S II TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JUNE I0, 1971-9 NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIM DATE Docket Number 71oP-59 Notice is hereby given of the death of Mervin V. Bryson; that Letters of -Administration were issued May 19, 1971, to Deloris Bryson,Mt. Pulaski, ILlinois. The attorney for the Administrator is Harris & Harris, Mt. Pulaski, ILlinois. Claims may be fried within seven months from, May 19, 1971 (date of issuance of Letters), and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inven- toried within that period. Lynn D. Gilchrist Clerk of the Circuit Court Logan County, ILlinois (6-10) Harris & Harris Attorneys at Law Mt. Pulaski, Illinois NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIM DATE Docket Number 71-P-64 Notice is hereby given of the death of Vera Stuiler; that Letters Testamentary were issued May 28, 1971, to Wallace E. Kautz, Jr., Mr. Pulaski, Illinois. The attorney for the Executor is Harris & Harris, Mr. Pul- aski, Illinois. Claims may be filed within seven months from, May 28, 1971 (date of issuance of Letters), any any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that peri- od. Lynn D. Gilchrist Clerk of the Circuit Court Logan County, Illinois (6-17-p) Harris & Harris Attorneys at Law Mt. Pulaski, Illinois CUSTOM CORN SHEHSNG Robed Shehorn Mr. Pulash, I11. Phone 792 - 5195 LINCOLN PICTURE (Continued from page 1) friend of Mr. Lincoln and always looked forward to one of Abe's visits. It had been the custom for the friends of the Hoblits to stop and spend the night on their trips between Bloomington and Springfield. Among their friends were David Davis, Judge Treat, John T. Stewart, State Attorney Campbell, and others equally well known. Show me a nervous insect and I'll show you a jitterbug. Our Adverfis,m, Sure,oft This Newspaper and Our JAMES KAUTZ Plumbing & Heating 24 Hour Service Mt. Pulaski, Illinois M CORN SHELLING.BALING ]lm% -SI JOIIN MAUq, lg-5594 i Painting Wed] Washing Wall Papering CONTACT BILL SHANLE PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1971 - 1 P.M. 522 E. COOK ST. - MT. PULASKI, ILL. Household items, dishes and antiques. TERMS: CASH Not Responsible in Case of Accidents MRS. PAUL GRUBER - OWNER Gene Howe & Franklin Bohn, Auctioneers I i 3/IrISCONSIN'S i0st lxciting Attraction in 00AMI300 { ,,aCt18 12 miles from # o,' Wisc0nsin Dells WI D I15 miles ir0m M , js;# SARASOO, WISCONSIN Milwaukee 5 huqe buildinqs on 15 colorlul acres. Real live trained animal circus, elephants, ponies, doqs and horses. Steam calliope and band orqan concerts. Displays o1 circuses of the world World's larqest collection oi over 65 maqnUtcent parade wagons displayed in one huqe building. Photograph the 8 Horse Team of Percherons. Show of loadinq arid unloadinq real circus train. World's larqest animated miniature circus. Larqe picnic area--with benches. OPEN THRU Sept. 12--7 days a week COME RAIN OR SHINE- plan to spend the day Just 7 miles from the Mtd-Conttnant Railway Museum in Nozth Freedom