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CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE FOR RENT - LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO RENT TRADE HELP WANTED JOBS WANTED NOTICES W[ A DOLLAR--Person whose  appears in our other two Will be given one dollar if ,.. Call for it before next ,Wednesday. --Western Auto ..Store, Mt. Pulasi, Ill, ---.:..__ FOR SALE l SALE: Black, tailed Cent e.n- t topcoat. Excellent co,di- ]_Large size - $10. Mrs. ,. el Harnacke New Holland, one 15-2935. (P) i^ _R: Four 8-ply truck tires. ,'J-15, like new. 2 matching ae:lm oak tables with reading I'P s attached. Reasonable. .Montgomery Sr. Mount "-____., Phone Sr 2- 5,581. (P) with elec. wash- for 10 acres to 100,000 $12.5 to $1000 acre. Rothwell, A.F.B. (tf) Weed and brush kill- and insect spray. Hari- Tryco sprayers. Wheel- tractors; Homelite chair Parts. Rentschler Seed Chestnut, Ill. HOME SPECIAL of the Model 55-ft. long, front kitchen, large room, carpeted, De- 2 bedrooms, 1 sleeps 6, built to a lot of money. This You can buy it for $4095 terms . $800.00 Down per month. Several 8 and 10 wides and ones on hand now. Drive see them at Campbell North Side Fair- Springfield, Ill. Open Sunday. PIANO BARGAIN Responsible party to low monthly pay- spinet piano. Can be Write Credit Man- Box 288, Centralia, (7-6)  BATTER. free if in passenger C.) Bring AUTO AS- SKYLINE, Fleet- Sabre Mobile trade for anything. Bank rate financ- Mobile Homes, 1 BToomington, Rt. 51. & Sundays. (6129 IN CHESTNUT brick commercial Wjfull basements. One quarters above. Ap- 3500 sq. ft. floor }' tyler meat case; 1 Fairbanks plat- Can be bought for a- of the lots. 6-room house on be bought on con- reasonable down pay- l qo b]holouut Pulaski ome with full base- 2.)x.k off the square, for ' ra3.m home, base- etl. ft, le eat, 40-ft. TV tower, lat, P freezer, electric re- 2'q r_,-_^gas stove, on 7 lots, -.a. hJo %. Shown by appoint- l'.u. REALTY ffiusssa, m. (7-6) CO. SAW MILL metal roofing, for every treated lumber, Poles. s-w,. S99 & up Lr ss L# s ZUJOIS RADIO & TV REPAIR--Don Leon- ard, South Spring St., Mount Pulaski, Ill. (tf) SALE! SALE! SALE! ON WIZ- ARD BATTERIES. $4.00 TRADE- In Limited Time. (Downing) Western Auto Asso. Store. (tf) IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- FOR SALE: Centenmal Dresses ............ used and new M t" . serve ,.uwtc rtttoiv --  us ly szes o v v anal ........... i and ou get them at Ree es u . tutn terry ummmg rx- I A nc L ....... P-one oh.,, i ge y, amam, lllInols, fl ...... b- _ .... OR 4-5731. - (If) FOR SALE: 4 w'alnut dining room chairs. Excellent condition. Mrs. W. A. DeSpain, Mount Pulaski. Phone SW 2-5179. FOR SALE: Almost new Scour Kleen for Massey-Harris 80. Al- so, pickup reel for Massey-Har- ris 26. Some extra parts, such as cylinder sprockets, sickle, etc. for 26 combine Lyle Doom 5 miles west of Mt. Pulaski Phone SW 2.5938. (9) NOTICES CUSTOM BALING: Collier Bros., Mt. Pulaski. Phone SW 2-5385 at approximately 8 a.m. or 8 p.m. (7-6) (P) CUSTOM SPRAYING of trees, shrubbery, and flowers. Vincent Sheehan, Latham, Ill. Phone OR 4.5241. (7-6) WANTED: Custom combining. Lyle Doom, 5 miles west of Mr. Pulaski. (P) FOR TRACTOR OR TRUCK RE- PAIRS. Gas or diesel. Have tools to split. At your farm or in your shop. Call Roger Stennett, Lath- am. Phone OR4-5751. WANT TO BORROW FOR KITCH. EN BAND USE: Sheet music for Barney Google and Good-Bye Maw! Florence Stoll, Phone SW 2-5672. WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE . . If you would enjoy working 3 or 4 hours a day calling regularly each month on a group of Studio Girl Cosmetic clients on a route to be established in and around Mt. Pulaski, and are willing to make light deliver- ies, etc., write to STUDIO GIRL COSCS, Dept. JW-ll, Glen- dale, Calif. Route will pay up to $5.00 per hour. (7-6) REPRESENTATIVE WANTED for this area by Mobile Homes Dis- tributor. Write Kenneth Bast, R.R. 5, Springfield, Ill. (tf) LINCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully insured; free estimates. Carl Ingrain, Jr., Lincoln, Ill. Phone 732-8394. (t.f) SWEEPERS I tleadquarters for the complete line of Hoover, Eureka and Sun- beam vacuum cleaners and floor polishers. Some prices as low as $29.95. Service, parts and paper bags for all makes and models. We carry a complete line of Bissell Products: Shampoo, Carpet Sweepers, Floor Washers, Etc. LINCOLN VACUUM CLEANER SALES & SERVICE Phone 732-8106 Lincoln, IlL Please Cll Harry Foster (tf) AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Work on road south of the chur- ch started Monday, it will be re- graveled. Nancy Heiserman and son, of Lanesville spent Wednesday with Mrs. Win. Heft and Patricia. Mrs. Jack Johnston's sister and husband of Alabama, have been staying with them while he is stationed at Rantoul. Have an apartment now and will spend weekends here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rau ac- companied Linn Rau to Olney and Berryville Sunday to bring latter's wife home. She as alter- nate delegate attended E.U.B. an- nual conference in Olney. Mrs. Cecil Wilson, Mrs. Robert' Wilson and two sons of Maroa, visited friends in Harmony on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Wright, granddaughter Sally Licklider, of Decatur, were dinner guests on Thursday with the Clarence Raus. The two ladies were callers here afternoon. H.A_K. attended the Alvis Alex- ander (of Decatur) burial service in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Fri- day A.M. Used to be neighbors N.W. of Kenney. Then called at C. M. Myers'. It's a sorry sight TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IlL THURSDAY, JUNE 29, IN1---13 where flood waters were. The church ba.:mcnt will stay dry now! The Clifford Raus of Arizona gave a humidifier which was in operation Saturday night. Cool enough for heat to be burned on Sunday A.M., but furnace balked. A number from here attended funeral and burial for Mrs. W. O. Galloway in Decatur Tuesday. Mr. Galloway, accompanied his son, Luther, home to Jacksonville, Fla. for a visit. A nice shower now and then. Some nice weather; moonlight nights. Beautiful sunsets. A few hail over south in Saturday's shower. THANK YOU I want to thank my friends, neighbors and relatives for cards, flowers and visits, during my re- cent stay at the Decatur . Macon County Hospital, and since return- ing home. They were greatly ap- preciated. Mrs. Edward Sheehan. COOKING SCHOOL The Logan County Ilome Bu- reau is sponsoring a cooking school on Friday, July 14, at the Chester-East Lincoln School Lincoln. There will be two SeU- ions---one at 9:30 a.m. and one at 8:00 p.m. Miss Charmaine Robinson, field home economist with the Natinm i al Live Stock and Meat Board in Chicago, will be the demonS"at- ' or. She will demonstrate all basic cookery methods, out which ones are best fro"  } tender and less tender cuts meat. l J CUSTOM SPRAYIN J , I and CORN TOPPING I : I I Robert T. Rothwell l, NEW DIRECTORY TO BE PUBLISHED Our new directory will be printed in the next few weeks. Please check your present ltings for correctness. If you wish any changes or per- haps an extra listing CALL OUR BUSINESS ICE SW 2-5618. USE ROTHWELL'S REDI - MIX Mount Pulaski Telephone Company CONCRETE I Tonume Haveaer III o__ I REALTY CO. III _. ,,vo_ I i I . I I I City. Suburlxmaud Ill ,xme-LaDor. Money !II -- -- , ,,---, - ._. /'-__ ! !!: !1 I!1 rhone 2-3200 K AV F ! ! "'i i==_J II P,,..o s-s4s. M**mt Puh=lil I ' ' m--at w ii IL"- " '" LIME NOW With Our Mineral Fortified Calcium Limesfone LOOK WHAT YOU GET! 88.93% 4.69% Calcium Carbonale . . Magnesium Carbona/e . - Total Calcium Carbonates 93.62% Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered Limestone which is available and reacts immediately. Each ton has enough carry-over of fine par- ticles to last several years. Each ton contains all the trace elements--Co- bait, Boron, Manganese,, Iron, Zinc, Copper. ROCKY FORD LIMESTONE COMPANY LINCOLN, ILL. PHONE 429 -- CONTACT -- Ed Hlckey, Dial SW 2-3227 - Dea Weah, Buffalo 4-4517 COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE NITROGEN SOLUTION 20 NO PRESSURE ANHYDROUS O Bag Mixed or Blending00of NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, POTASH TO FARMER REQUESTS Rock Phosphate DIAL SW 2-5410 MOUNT PULASKI DIAL 732.3113 LINCOLN Logan Farm Service Co,