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5 FREEc00s=.-s GARAGE SALE- i10 E GERMAN, Friday &amp; Saturday, Sept 6 & 7 (8am - ?), Several families HELli WANIED- Johnson's Transpor- tation is looking for regional " truck driver to haul van/reefer Freight 70% drop & hook 98% no touch Midwest only, home every weekend Aver- age 2500 - 3000 miles weekly, Call Jeff 217-620-4722 CORNLAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH is selli- ng some surplus - pool table $100, 3-oak tables (adult and Child heights), long churc.h pew $250, 3-child's handmade pews, old upholstered chair, metal desk, small file cabinet, several old frosted church win- dows, 2-burner Bunn 0 Matic coffee maker, 2-large peg board room dividers on cast- ers, and 2 free Upright pianos (217) 652 2011. FOR FOR o I= 1, Ill t I.i b 0 k,a r.o, FOR SALE - $50 Admiral 16.5 cu/ft refrig., $50 Magic Chef 30" gas range - both gd cond, 792- 5198 SALE -$200 93 feet direct burial servie entrance cable marked E39725 B 4/U AWG AL XLPE USE-2 SUN-RES 600v <UL> 796-3684 SALE- By owner, Mt. Pulaski home, 1900 Sq. Ft., finished Basement, large lot, attached - car garage, updates, gran- ite counter-tops, hard wood floors, stainless .appliances, price reduced a lot, 792-5665 FOR SN.E, Carousel horses (small to large $60-$150), 3-bumer gas stove $150, 4-burner w/ oven kerosene stove $450; : 871-2328 FOR SALE - $200, Massage table w/ headrest & carry- ing bag, like new, 792-3926 SERVICES- Cleaning & Hauling, yardwork - reasonable rates, Andrew 792-5564 or 217-737- 1963 SERVICES- Quality house clean- ing. Save $20 off first cleaning. Call Kara for estimate 853- 4937 WANTED- electdc organ teacher in Mt Pulaski, 792-3278 WMffED - someone to mow yard in Mt Pulaski, 792-3278 Massachusetts's woman pulled over for DUI reatened a police officervth a Voodoo curse. Florida man surv/ved a lightning strike and rattlesnake bite suffered a shark attack. ROSE MARY MELTON is shown in the center with officers of the Logan County Democrats. Mrs. Melton was the winner of the 16gb AppleIPad Raffle, sponsored by the Democrats. Left to right is Larry Cyrulik, Nancy Ashley, Jerry Melton and Rebecca Drake. Drake is the Chair of Logan County Democrats. Winner of the child's school supplies drawing at the" Logan County Democrats' booth at the Logan County Fair was Brayden Haseley, two years old, of Lincoln. Congratulations to bur winners this year. Logan County Democrats meet 10am Saturday,. September 14 at the Lincoln Public Library (downstairs). All Logan County Democrats are welcome ro attend. Photo Provided Honoring Role Models September 7 The Mt. Pulaski Township Parl District is pleased to announce the recognition of two individuals who have given their time, experience, selflessness, and dedication to countless youth and the betterment of the community of Mt. Pulaski. As role models, their efforts have led to the shaping of lives and contributed to the success of their students who followed after them. Their accom- plishments as teachers and coaches are admirable and have set a standard for emulation for all. The two honorees are: Mr. Robert L. Gasaway and the late Mr. Edward Butkovieh. The baseball field at Veteran's Park will be named "Robert L. Gasaway Field". " The drive from Elkhart Road into Veteran's Park will be named "Ed Butkovich Drive". A dedication ceremony will be 3pm Saturday September 7 at Veteran's Park. Anyone who desires to speak on behalf of these fine gentlemen is encouraged to attend and provide their comments. Family, friends, players, City Council members are encouraged to attend. Stuart R. Erlenbush, Park Board Delinquent Tax Sale Logan County completed tax deed proceedings on 12-real estate properties that were delinquent for 2009 and 8-mobile homes that were delinquent for 2010 and prior real estate taxes. The County will offer or sale the real estate and mobile homes to the public through a sealed bid auction sale. All sealed bids must be in the Logan County Treasurer's Office located in the Logan County Courthouse, 601 Broadway Street, Lincoln, Illinois 62656 no later than the close of business on August 23. Required minimum bid on real estate is $650 and on mobile homes $695. All items will be sold to the highest sealed bid received on or before August 23. Complete bidder's packets and sale catalogs are now available at the Logan County Treasurez,'s Office or online at www.iltaxsale.com. Betsy Ulrich, D.D.S., M.S. Discover the masons our office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central Illinois, Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. 400 N. Chicago St. Uncoln 217-732.1073 Bassettis Mechanicapc Mt. Pulaski Lic. #O58r12-1898 Dave Bassett John Wyss 792.5593 "iN)welt Insurance/qtcY luc Mt Pu'l. 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