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F CLASSIFIED SECTION I .ZOR SALE . FOR RENT - LOST - FOIK'/D l "_TE_D TO BUY - WANTED TO RENT - TRADE w a*u.p WANTED . JOBS WANTED . NOTICES n.,.. A_ DOLLAR--Person whose WILL DRESS POULTRY. Phone  .appears in our other two SW2-5989. P) Wlll be given one dollar if :. Call for it before next CUSTOM BALING: Darrell See- ::moY. --Western Auto feldt, Latham. Phone OR4-3648. Pulasi,., (P, FOR SALE 500-gal. propane gas Phone SW25176. : Ladies Shoe Skates, Excellent condition. : contact Mrs. Kenneth Mt. Pulaski. Pawnee wheat from seel, $225 bushel from Fred Stogdell, Chest- PY 6-5705. 2 building lots on -; also, 2 lots east of home, all of estate. Pleas Ruby Meister. IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- serve LOWER PREMIUMS -- and you get them at Reeves Agency, Latham, Illinois. Phone OR 4.5731. (if) RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN From this area to service and collect from new automatic cigar- ette, candy, nut and gum vendors. No selling, we will establish ac- counts for you. To qualify party must have car, references, and cash capital of $495.00 to $1995 which is secured. Excellent earn- rags part time---Full time more. For personal interview give phone etc. Write P.O. Box 156, Rochest- er, Minnesota. (P) IRONINGS WANTED - in my home. Mrs. Helen Letterly, i Latharm Phone OR-4--5651. RADIO & "IV REPAIR--Don Leon- ard, South Spring St., Mount Pulaski, Ill. (tf) SALE| SALEI SALE| ON r/Z. ARD BATTERIES. $4.00 TRADE. in VOELKER) LIMITED TIME. Western Auto Asso. Store. (tf) 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) 25 YEAR LOOH AHEAD REQUIRED IN TIMBER SUPPLY CREAM, ICE CREAM, MILK. If the material is washable and the tain is not caused by a high- ly colored fruit or chocolate, sponge with cold or lukewarm water. Then wash in warm, soapy water. Sponge non-washable materials with carbon tetrachlorida. Dry, then sponge with cold water. If TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulaskL IIL THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1961--!? any stain remains, sponge again with cold water. Then sprinkle Impsin on tho dampened stain and let stand for 30 minutes. Brush off and rinse the spot well Most Illinois soils need nltl.o, i gen fertilizer to produce h|gh yields, report University of IIH. nois agronomists. ,: PUBLIC SALE , OF HOUSEHOLD University of Illinois extension forester R. E. Nelson points out that the present rate of use and Management Service cooperators. Mueller points out that the income changes reported by the U. S. Department of Agriculture are inconsistent ith the trends GOODS AND ESTATE at the home of Mrs. Carrie Cheek, on ! Musical Instruments. Organs and accord- While grain and livestock farm J owners can plan their production J REAL a year or two ahead, timber pro-| ducers must look ahead for 25| 3,ears. They can't plant trees to- day ad harvest this year, next | year oreveninl0years. 'Ssturday, JuJy 8, |gS| Commencing at 1:00 p.m., Central Daylight Time ......  Modern 6-Room Home--3 Lo00s Used. Lowest prices SWEEPERS reported by the farm business Bertelli, 2010 E. Headquarters for the complete record summary. Preliminary US LC.rtoe  :0urSclth Gclrden Street, ML Pulaski, Ill. OI10. Ph. KI 4-5935. line of Hoover, Eureka and Sun- DA figures for Illinois show a 11 P chase price to be paid in cash on ty POR SALE: beam vacuum cleaners and floor percent increase in ealized net sale and balance of purchase price in full upon de ivel 10 acres to 100,000 pohshers. Some prices as low income and a6 percent decrease rdcheeae Pooss" to be .given when deed is d,li, ,I'lL $1.25 to $1000 acre. as $...95. . . - s in total net income in 1960. Ac- in 1 a-*l--Y-- _s .tot t ae Y..r 196,1. due and lm/al A.F.B. (t_f) ervice, parts and paper oag" . ......... for all makes and models We I counung ann estimating memoos -- 4"ffi,ntzuuL Ol /ITle Iurmsfle PI$IO BARGAIN carry a complete line of BisseUl used by the USDA do not reflect Responsible party Products: Shampoo, Carpet ] the income changes experienced HOUSEHOLD GOODS low monthly pay- Sweepers, Floor Washers, Etc. [by individual farmers. The USDA ....... piano. Can be LINCOLN VACUUM CLEANER [farm income data, however, are Dv.enport and big chair; brass bed, spring and mattress Credit Man- SALES & SERVICE ,reasonable indicators of the ov- : ai:saltra::,soTkaiI chair; ark 0ak bed, sprlng Box 288, Centralia, Phono 732.8106 Linooln, llL|er.al I agricultural income situ- - que cupmrd, kitchen calM. (7-6) Please Call Harry Foster (tf) ation, Mueller concludes, net; Birdseye Maple dresser; dark oak dresser; 54-i WIZARD BATTER' WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE . . If if in passenger you would enjoy working 3 or service. B r i n g AUTO AS- IN CHESTNUT brick commercial ts. One quarters above. Ap- 500 sq. ft. floor tyler meat case; I Fairbanks plat- be bought for of the lots. 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 COSMETICS, Dept. JW-ll, Glen- dale, Calif. Route will pay up to $5.00 per hour. (7-6) a- REPRESENTATIVE WANTED for round dining table and chairs; 54-inch porcelain top square Steers on pasture this summer table and chairs; refrigerator; gas stove; Copper-Clad need extra protein to help them range; antique bureau: folding cot; trunk; 2 small drop. gain faster and weigh more at leaf tables 2 small tables; small cabinet; electric cookers, the end of the feeding period. CUSTOM SPRAYING and CORN, TOPPING Robert T. Rothwell Phone SW 2.5438 . ML Pulaski 6-room house on be bought on con. tble down pay- _v(rablh.e With full base- '. o the square, for 15 .. ga h___ m home, base.   d 0- rv tower, , T zer, electc re- _,l. 1,,,. cm tove, on 7 lots, . a,.. Shown by appoint- .a. IIEALTT hi. (7.6) new Scour 80. A1- for Massey-Har- parts, such as sickle, etc. Lyle Doom, Mt. Pulaski, (9) FOR SALE: We Contact local re- to assume pay- good credit Dealers Credit, 23, Mo. (7-13) to stay in court- and Mrs. William semi-invalid in Kenneth CO. SAW MILL metal roofing, for every lumber, tin. EE#5 Iia.oIs this area by Mobile Homes Dis. tributor. Write Kenneth Bast, R.R. 5, Springfield, IlL (t.f) LINCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully insured; free estimate& Carl Ingrain, Jr., Lincoln, Ill. Phone 732-8394. (if) Tommie Havener RFJTY CO. City. Suburban aud Farm Properties 311 West Cook SL Phone 2.5478 . Mount Pulaski USE ROTHWELL'S REDI- MIX CONCRETE SAVES Time - Labor - Money Phone 2-3260 LIME NOW With Our Minerva Fortified Calcium Limesfone LOOK WHAT YOU GET! Calcium Carbonate - - 88.93% Magnesium Carbonate - - 4.69% Total Calcium Carbonates 93.62% e 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- ball loron, Manganese, Iron, Zinc. Copper. ROCKY LIMESTONE FORD COMPANY LINCOLN, ILL. PHONE 429 ..-- 0frAcT mS me, mat SWS-m - ,m we,t Suffao 4-4s17 one 12x15 rug; two 8x10 rugs; several throw rugs; bed clothing: linen; glass and china tableware: utensils; 2 cross.cut saws: small grindstone; 8-ft. garden tools; scythe; 2 galvanized tubs 2 porch floor lamp; Windsor ,big dining room chair, and articles. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS CARRIE CHEEK, ROMAN ROMER, Auctioneer D. SHELDON COPELAND, Cashier SAV !I COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE NITROGEN SOLUTION 20 NO PRESSURE ANHYDROUS e Bag Mixed or Blending of NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, POTASH TO FARMER REQUESTS Rock Phosphate DIAL SW 2-5410 MOUNT PULASKI DIAL 732-3113 LINCOLN Logan Farm Service Co.