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""    :  i ii  UGUST 14, 1941  MOUNT ]PULASKI TI211]-NIEVVS, MOUNT PULASKI, IL1NOII PAGE TIIIrRTy-NIN TIMES-NEWS FARM PAGE ing Profitable of old corn in Logan program is now f'mers pay off th, loans and profit by m corn at higher than wishing to do so the mortgage and thz 12 months. This carrying the corn in for another year, for eXPect tl price situa- further. have until Oct. 1 to loan corn or to pay off ! profit by present all that old corn on expired August 1. to hold for an- they are requested to with tire county A an extension of execute a mortgage New Cream Law Farmers who produce first grade cream for butter making will gain 2 cents a pound by the enforcment of a new cream grading law passed during the re- cent session of the Illinois legis- lature, according to Dr. Frank Gougler. director of produce mar- keting with the Illinois Affricul- tural association. The law requires  price dif- ferential of 2 cents between first and second grades. Rules and reg- ulations for enforcement are be- ing formed now. The 2 cent premium and a grad- ing program has been aplied to' the Bloomington market for some time by Lhe Farmers Co-Opera- tive Creamery here. ILLINOIS HEAVIEST LIMESTONE USER Illinois leads all the states In the use of agricultural limestone. Last yea 2,365,663 tons of lime- JUly 245 successful stone were spread on Illinois COmpleted in the IllS- farms. Most of this came from Oil production in Illinois quarries. Other states us- is estimated at ing large quantities of this fert- compared to ilizer are: Kentucky, 1,144,835 in June. -Totalltons; Missouri, 1,382,974 tons and for the first six mon-]nana, 1,048,143 torts. The ton- Year is ,estim2tted at I nage used in Illinois was about 23 L. Drilling for off j per cent of the entire national in fifty counties of consumption of agricultural lime- stone. a With a JOHN00ERE- VAN BRUNT Grain Ddll your crops a head start--plant yo.. seed al 7 and accurately to insure quick ger- tptd growth, and maximum yields. U.n- Salons you'll get this heifer planting wire e John Deere-Van B'unt Grain Drill Brunt double-run feeds handle all kinds of 80 dierent quantifies per acre. Faultless means savings in money on every job. tlc, double-disk, shoe or hoe openers, single-disk, deep-furrow openers. llght-running John Deere-Van. Brunt or every seeding job. Inspect the one n your needs at our store the next time town. --MT. puL-00g-00l Fair Officials Deserve Praise The success of the Logan Coun- ty Fair for this year was due once more to the successful manage- ment zmd handling of affairs by the presidents and his various su- perintendents. The fair personnel was as fol- lows: President--Burch Lee, Hartsburg. Vice-President-- Alvin Ahrena, Lincoln. Honorary Vice-President--Geo. J. Stoll, Chestnut. Secretary--Wilbur E. Layman, Lincoln. Treasurer--Paul T. Betz, Lincoln. Board Of I)irectors Alvin Ahrens, B. H. Keck, James McGrath, Barrett Rogers, John Danaher, Fred J. Lnterrnan, Burcl Lee, Chas. M. Colburn, Wil- bur E. Layman. List of superintendents Speed--Alvin W. Ahrens. Light Horaes--B. H. Keck. Draft Horaes---B. H. Keck. Beef Cattle---T. A. Galner. Dairy Cattle--Harold Quisen- berry. Sheet>--J. Harold Rogers. SCeine--Barrett Rogers. Poultry--Frank Copeland. Agricultural Products--- John Dana.her. 4-H Club---N. H. Ancterson. Official Veterinariaws--Dr. El- mer Rhoals, Dr. W. V. Nesbit, Dr. T. A. Donald. Domestic Art--Mr& Claude Werkman. Dairy and Culinary--Miss Mary Waish. Floriculture--Mrs. Oswald Brook el'. Fine Arts--Mrs. tTorge Par- sol. WHEAT LOANS NOW NUMBER i 800 Approkimately 1300 wheat loarm have been made to Logan county farmers so far, Leigh Lucas, sec- retary of the Logan County Soil Conservation Association stated tl week. About 1100 hav com- pleted their loans and it is expec- ted that at least 1900 loans will be made here. Logan county is leading the state in the number of wheat loans it was said. Scrap Iron Scarce and Wanted For NATIONAL DEFENSE Prices have been fixed by the Government but it is advisable to dispose of all you can now. WE OPERATE NO TRUCKS NOR DO WE HAVE ANY AGENTS WE PAY GOVERNMENT PRICE DIRECT TO THE FARMER RAGS, METAL, POULTRY and FRESH LAID EGGS WANTED LOGAN GUERNSEYS WIN AT SPRINGFIELD Logan County youths were heavy winners in the 4-H Guern- sey show judged Monday at state fair. In the calf class, Mehsitt Stef- fens and Betty Rankin placed first and second respectively. Robert tGehlbach won fifth on senior heifer and Billy Gehlbah was seventh in the same cta. ,, the cow class, Merritt Steffens took tlrd. Donald Kurtz who won the championship of the Logan county fair 4-H livestock show, won first place With his Duroc Jersey litter and gilt in the 4-H show at th,e state fair. Arthur Haely, who won the championship at the Logan fair, placed second witl his shorthorn steer in the open class at the state fair Monday. WILL HOLD ROUNDEL TUESDAY, AUGUST 26 A Roundel will be held in the Mount Pulaski Methodist church on the afternoon of Tuesday, Aug- ust 26. A program will be present- Seven Hurt In Lincoln Crashes Seven persons were injured, none seriously tn two accidenhl in and near Lincoln early Sunday. Three Ottawa boys wre injured when the car driven by Edward Severson, 19, struck a culvert on route 66, two miles south of Lin- coln at 1:30 elm. Sunday. He and two companions, William Kormel- ink, 24, and Richm'd White, 19, were given first aid at St. Clara's hospital by Dr. Boyd Perry. Sev. erson was thrown through the windshield and received several bad cuts. He was still in the hOBo pital late SundaT night. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pause and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pause were injured when the car driven by Albert hit a tree when it left the on state roues 10 and 121 on the Brainard curve. H was blind- ed by liglt and lost control. They were given treatment at St. Clara's hospital. Is your mbgerlptlon paid up il 'ed, and everyone is invited, advance? If not, why not? "SERVICE BRAND" PETROLEUM PRODUCTS QUALITY MERCHANDISE IN ALL LINES Aladdin Hi-Test Gasoline Magic Aladdin U- S. Motor Gasoline Radiant Kerosene Pen Bond Motor Oil Blue Seal Motor Oil Special Motor Oil Soy-Oil Palnfs Paint Brushes Blue Seal Greases Hand Separator 0;I Steam Cylinder 0;I Transmission Oil Linseed O1 Bafferies Asbestos Roof Coating Cod Liver Oil Blue Seal Stock Dip Bluo Seal Fly and Insect Killer Blue Seal Dry Insecticide Blue Seal Sulphurized Oil Brunswick Tires and Tubes Blue Seal Wood Preserver and Mite Killer Aflacide Again, Congratulations Farmers and Exhibitors of Logan County on the great success your showing of livestock and agriculture has once more made possible. Keep if up! Jacob Tick Logan-Mason Service Co. Dependable Dealer Fodv-Nine Years in Cllrrtcm, Illiols LINCOLN, ILLINOIS