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JUNE 2L 1951 THE MOInfl" PUI.AS TIMES- NEWS. MONY PUI.EL ILLINOIS i: m CI$00SIFIED SECTION - FOR RENT -- LOST -- FOUND TO BUY -- WANTED TO RENT -- TRADE WANTED -- NOTICES -- ETC. j for you fishermen and fisher- @ women. Kids too! These are smaller worms and suitable 2 1 h. p. gas en- for bluegill, crappie, sunfish H. B. Epping (6-21 t: I used Weed Mower, (6-21 unimproved, Logan black clay. Beas- area. Close to Aid road, rent or write J. D. Biese- agent, Mount Pulaski Used coal water 30 gal. tank and coffee table, walnut Aderman, Mount Pulaski. ' White Rock fryers, over. $1.25 each. for sale. Rufus d, Ill. Fairbanks-Morse in good condition. E. Turley, Mount 31-W. FOR SALE: Mrs. Fred 46R24, Mt. Pulaski. Hampshire White 3 to 3 Ibs. Baker, Rfd. 1, Mt. 62R2. Apartment size re- 1950 model. Cope- Mount Pulaski, (tf) Oak dinette set, of extension table chairs. Good condi- Williams. and catsfish. ---See Jinks. IVOTICE NOTICE:- Roast beef and roast pork dinners daily. Homemade pies. Good coffee. Ray's Grill, Mount Pulaski. (6-21 }'OR RENT: 4-room house, 6 miles southeast of Mount Pu- laski; 4 miles west of Latharm Good basement, chicken house and garden. Electricity soon to be installed. Phone Times- News, Phone 144- WANT-D TO BUY: 3 to 5 room house in Mount Pulaski, mod- ern or partly modern. Must be priced right. Will Pay cash. Phone 116 or Residence 416. WANTED TO BUY--Roll-top desk suitable for man. Old desk preferred, and in good condi- tion. --Russell L. Park, Me- chanicsburg, Ill. Phone 4638, Mechanicsburg. DE.STROY  The amazing new Rat Killer--with WARFARIN, ready-mixed, ready-to-use, l- lb. size $1.00. Money-back guar antee. --Carter Drug Store, Sieb's Hatchery, Mount Pulas- ki, Ill. WAWID:- Middle-aged or eld- erly woman to help care for children. Stay in home. Inquire at Times-News Office. Good building lot,{ WORDS OF APPRECIATION oPaV4ent" --I? ! During the time I was vIP L-to- - - w f ]ent in the Decatur ana ' u.ana pio !orlcounty hospital and slnce:e I overarlve transmls-{,,,,in to my home in ,.aul , bumper, starter, ,T received many letters, ca , new-style floating{ flowers and gifts from friends dy been used tWO{and relatives. I greatly apprenCi d erle Shrader, RL 1, | =te their thoughtfulness an Phone 74R4 (tf)want to express my sincere Sale:. Have a new]thanks to all. of those Red Worms] Bob Howe. - NEW SERVICE- HIGHEST PRICES FOR DEAD Cattle - Hogs - Hones - Sheep CALL COLLECT Mount Pulaski 464 THE GLOBE RENDERING CO. FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE WORTH OF RAP IRON PRICES" "GET MORE MONEY Y SELLING DIRECT TO LTICKff002 o' 901 E. ELDORADO ST. Larcest Setup Iron Yards" LOCAL NEWS lem Aboul .)0 members of the Mrs. Waldo Regal returned to order were present for the oc- Chicago last Thursday after 11 casion and 28 states were repre- week's visit with her aunt and A chicken dinner was given on sented. Attending from Mount { uncle, Mrs. Frank Buckles and Sunday, June 17 at the home of Pulaski was Wi]ford Ryan, A.W. William Brannam She also eall- iMr. and Mrs. Howard Horn, at{o.s.; who served as an escort ed on Mr. and Mrs. Rinaldo Bee- the south edge of the city. Those for the guct-of-honor, toni, and other relatives.. present were: Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ford Horn of Askkum; Mrs. Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert H. Schahl Horace B. Curry was in Chi. Watkins and daughter Carolyn, and Miss Dorothy Hasle were in cage Thursday and Friday at- of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Chicago Saturday and Sunday tending the Illinois Funeral Die rectors' Ass'n. convention at the M .... d daughter ph,,llisltO attend the annual convention axnelmer an  J l of the Illinois Funeral Directors' Stevens Hotel. He also visited and Jrrea no--- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoll had Ass'n. his brother, Dean, and wife. members of their family and a] few friends for dinner on Fath-{ ,, er's Day, June 17. Those pres- ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph{ F o r Y O U r Wurth and grandson, Gregory of Beason; Mr. and Mrs. Roll: INSURANCE NEV. DS Schroth, daughters, Harriett and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stoll -S o o- and children, Connie and Jerry of Mount Pulaski. Evening call- ers were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H A R R Y O. E L L I O T T Lakin and Linda Lakin, of Chest Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski nut, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dammerman of Mount Pulaski. Members of Abraham Shrine of Lincoln, living in Mount Pu- laski, Middletown and Lincoln, made a trip on Saturday, June 16, to Racine, Wis., to witness the reception and dinner dance in honor of Sojourner James Mc Creadie, Supreme Asociate Watchman of Shepherds of the Order of White Shrine of Jerusa- NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE State of Illinois, ) )s County of Logan, ) In The County Court of Said County: In Probate In Re: Estate of Henry C. Mux- i iii i i i i ii ---v DOES YOUR FARM NEED MAGNESIUM! USE LEHIGH SOIL SUGAR "IT GETS RESULTS" LEHIGH STONE CO. City Bank Building, Kankekee, Ill. LOCAL DEALER: GLENN 0. RAU & SON heimer, Decea.Kt, * The undersigned Administrat- or of the estate of Henry C. Max- helmet, deceased, having bean appointed as such by the Court. ty Court of Logan County, Illi- nois, and having duly qualified, hereby gives public notice that the first Monday of August, A. D. 1951, the same being the 6th day of said month, is the claim date in the estate of said de- ceased and that claims may be filed against said estate on or before said date without issu- ance of summons. LILLIE F. AUER, Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT State of Illinois, ) County of Logan, ) ss. In The County Court Of Said CountY: In Probate In Re: Estate of Minta M. Smith, Decem Public Notice is hereby given that on the 20th day of June, A. D. 1951, the undersigned, B. W. Ely and Walter L. Tomlinson, filed in the above court their final account of their acts and doings as Executors of the Will of Mint, a M. Smith, deceased, praying for an approval of same and final and complete dis- charge from all further duties and responsibilities as such ex- ecutors" and that a hearing thereon has been set by said court for the 7th day of July, A. D. 1951, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., C. D. Saving Time, in the court room of said court, in the court house of-said coun- ty of Logan, in Lincoln, Illinois. Any obligations to said account must be filed in said court on or before said time. Walter L. Tomlinson B. W. Ely Dated June 20, 1951. Gee. J. Smith, Attorney. PHONE 71 PHONE 88.R.2 LAI ILLINO J. M. FRENCH MOUNT PULAS ILL. { ,if { , n{{{{" CULTI-LEVELER GROUND VELING ATTACHMENT * Mulches the Soil * CondiUons Fields * Conserves Moisture * Helps EliminO.o Erosion * Eliminates Shovel Tracks * Makes Tractors Drive Easier * Speeds Cultivation and Saves Time SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED Place your order by Phone or Postcard if you cannot come in. FROEHLICH FARM SALES PHONE 21 MOUNT PUL,srlr, ' I l00J.! "Corn Hustlers" Save You Time and Casltl NEW IDEA ONE-tOW PIQ(ER  AILL-SlTH.=A@0N One-mort epemtnd. Pkks, hvsks Cepodty 6000 tin, Wld. and loads i o 12 acre; doily. Wwks wllk any modern 2-plow  e4qMlMlily. Iretot. Strongest bviltl TWO-R0W PICKER 175 ELEVATOR Best n the market oar corn, skelled for lariat farms ond om, baled hay, efc. I*'.qlLeeu._ work. Han- dles 12 to 18 acres lasytevseandmov I .."''1, dally. A profitable obvt. Lifetime con.. ik_ bwostmontl stmcflen Ihrovsho4  -- E. K. Brooker  i