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CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE FOR RENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO RENT TRADE HELP WANTED JOBS WANTED NOTICES K DOLLAR--Person whose RADIO & "IV REPAIR--Don Leon- appears in our other two ard, South Spring St, Mount will be given one dollar if Pulaski, Ill. (tf) call for it before next --Western Auto UNCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully insured; free estimates. Carl Store, Mt Pulasi, Ill. Ingram, Jr., Lincoln, Ill. Phone FOR 732-8394. (if) SALE--Meat case and corn- IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- 8 ft. year old; excellent serve LOWER PREMIUMS Reasonable; must Write Jeanne Sponsler, Ill. SALE--In Latham; 3-bed- home, nice location. In Pulaski: 2 or 3-bedroom, block off square; nice for couple. Owner very to sell; priced accord- In Chestnut: 2 commer- gs. Can be bought enough to demolish and T. D. Havener, Phone 2-5478. SALE: 1957 Ford '500' con- with radio and heater. transmission. Good Call Buffalo 364- or see Bill McCubbin. (9-7) SALE: Raised in 1961. bushel. Excellent quality. Pulaski Grain Co., Phone (8-31) SALE: 1 nice stone veneer 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, bath and Everett Koehler, Phone (tf) 121 acre stock farm; watered pasture; good modern house; on rad. Owen Colelasure, Ill. (9-14) (P) SAI,E! SALE! ON $4.OO TRADE- and you get them at Reeves Agency, Latham, Illinois. Pnone OR 4-5731. (tf) REPRESENTATIVE WANTED for this area by Mobile Homes Dis- tributor. Write Kenneth Bast, R.R. 5, Springfield, Ill. (tf) FILEEll ALL WIZARD BATTER- IES recharged free ff in passenger (Sheehan) car service. Bring 'era m. WESTERN AUTO AS- SOCIATE STORE. DEHYDRATION TO SPEED UP COOKING OF VEGETABLES In the offing, but not yet on the market, are dehydrated po- tatoes, carrots and other veget- ables that will be ready for eat- ing with five minutes of sim- mering rather than the 15 to 30 minutes now required. These products will result from research by U. S. Department of Agricul- ture scientists. The trend in 1961 refrigerators is toward compactness with more space inside and less space out- side, plus added convenience fea- tures. Compactness this year comes from streamlined styling, more efficient insulation and one- LIMITED TIME. (EDW.) iece plastic liners. Narrower contribute Auto Asso. Store. (tf) widths also to the .... [ "-slim look'.'" FOR ,S_.,/: ,.Good black I New refrigerators have more u wm uenver wayne, -- . " ^lin- -.stems Air ltrh---- ,,, " ,s. __ jerrlclen[ L.w  a . - (if) [tight drawers keep meats and i ---[vegetables fresh for longer per- FOR SALE: iods. Ice makers and ice bins are 10 acres to 100,000 found more often in 1961 than $1.25 to $1000 acre. Rothwell A.F.B. (tf) NOTICES Two ladies' hat in pap- on square. Owner may mine by identifying and for this ad. Call at WANTED--- Ann R. tL 3, Lincoln. TO RENT--2-bedroom In Mount Pulaski or vi- Write Box 247 % Times- MAN Full or time. Supply Rawleigh's Products in Atlanta or Can earn $1_95 per Write Rawleigh, Dept. Freeport, Ill. (8-3-17-31) SWEEPERS  for the complete Eureka and Sun- cleaners and floor Some prices as low Parts and paper aakes and models. We line of Bissell Shampoo, Carpet Floor Washers, Etc. VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE lincoln, HI. Harry Foster (if) CARTER CO. SAW MILL metal roofing, nlaterials for every treated lumber, Poles. SawL S990  up mvYss . Rz.#s ILLINOIS of TIMES.NEWS, Mount PulaskL IlL, THURSDAY, AUorr $1, in previous models, warm water, and stop it im- During vacation time, it's best mediately. Then let blanket soak to leave your refrigerator control at the normal setting. Since you won't be opening the door, the operating cost will be low. For longer periods of disuse, it's wise to remove all food, turn-off the control and pull out the plug. Clean the interior, wiping it dry after defrosting, and leave both refrigerator and freezer section doors open. What about the old custom of applying coffee grounds to house plants? According to horticulture specialists, coffee grounds do no good and may even be harmful. Coffee contains a toxic chemical that may injure plants. But coffee grounds can be dumped on the compost heap, where they are a source of humus. Here soil bac- teria destroy the toxic element so that it can do no harm. SOAK METHOD IN LAUNDERING IS GOOD The soak method is an effective and safe way to launder wool blankets, says Genevieve Gentes, Logan County Home Adviser. This method can be used suc- cessfully in both automatic and conventional washers. However, i manual control is required when you use an automatic machine. For automatic washers, set the water temperature control on "warm". Allow the machine to fill, and add low-sudsing deterg- ent. Use the amount of detergent recommended for regular load, and be sure it's dissolved before adding the blanket. Soak the blanket, unagitated, for 10 to 15 minutes. Turn it ov- er once or twice by hand, but do not operate the machine. Spin out soiled water. To rinse, fill machine with CUSTOM SPRAYING and CORN TOPPING Robert T. Rothwell Phoue SW 2.5438 . Mt. Pulasld Mid-Summer PAINTING Time to Paint Your Corn Cribs Before Fall By the Hour - By Square Foot YOUR SPRAY PAINTER WILLIAM DUHS PHONE SW 2-5770 MOUNT PULASKI LIME NOW With Our Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOU 6ET! Calcium Carbonate . . Magnesium Carbonate . . 88.93% 4.69% Total Calcium Carbonates 93.62% Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered Limestone which is available and reacts lnunediately. m 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 16TH ANNUAL IZIDY. again for 4 or 5 minutes. Spin out rinse water. Rinse blanket a second time in the samc way. It may be turn- ed by hand several times during each rinse-soak period. The soak method for washing wool blankets was developed at Ohio State University. New blankets laundered in this way shrink only a trifle, if at all. Combination cotton, rayon and wool blankets will not give up soil so easily as all-wool blank- ets. Therefore, they may need longer soaking or short machine- agitation--not more than one minute. One hundred percent Orlon or Acrilan blankets do not need the soak method. They can go thru automatic machine cycles with- out manual control. CATTLE SALE Salem, Missouri, Septemlr and September 29 and 30, p. m. 3,400 high quality  1,100 Hereford yearlings will ld September 11, 1961. 1,200 Hereford calves will be sold September 29. 1,100 Angus es and yearlings will tember 30. Fresh from Sorted into uniform lots by - versity of Missouri Animal Htl bandmen. Further informatkm from Dent County IAvesak i provement Asoeiation, Phone 729-3332. --Scratch Pads at Tommie Havenwl REALTY CO. cat,/, s d Farm 311 Wmt Cooko St. Phone .547. Mount PUBLIC AUCTION SALE GARAGE EQUIPMENT FROM CAMPBELL MOTORS 817 BROADWAY, LINCOLN, ILLINOIS Wednesday, Sept. 6fh, 10 A. M. INSIDE OUT OF THE WEATHER After 35 years in the automobile business. I am retiring and will sell at Public Auction the following equipment, etc. COMPLETE SHOP EQUIPMENT For Auto Repair and Body Shop; 2 Air OFFICE EQUIPMENT OTHER VALUABLE ITEMS 15 New Spotlights, 5 New 6-cyUnder Plymouth--Do Motors (46-54), will also fit up to 1959 with lght - Justment; 5 New 6-Volt Radlee---I 12 Vol 50 New PIT* mouth Front Springs--also suitable far  new radiators---older models, miscellaneous parts  cesmes. Few Older Used Cars. BUILDING FOR RENT Located at 817 Broadway, Lincoln, Illlao, o P,uto Building has 11)00 square feet of floor space and o4Jodias, trig parking lot. Will rent all, or will divide. EDGAR A. CAMPBELL, Owner TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible In Case of Acds Auctioneers: Dwight Knollenberg and Tom Clerk: John Wiggers. Cmumr: Bob Inemo SAVE!I COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE NITROGEN SOLUTION 20 NC 000000aSURE @ ANHYDROUS Bag Mixed or Blending of NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, POTASH TO FARMER REQUESTS Rock Phosphate DIAL SW 2.5410 MOUNT PULASKI DIAL 732-3113 LINCOLN * =,=_ ..o,,.. Logan Farm Service Ed lflckL r, Dial SW2-27 - De WreSts, Buffalo 4.4517