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SECTION -- FOR RENT -- LOST -- FOUND IIELP WANTED -- JOBS WANTED LEGALS -- MEMORIALS 1 --- Ti,,- INSIERTION-OEADtlNE 10 Worde $ .60 ADS for publication $ .85 may be placed until $ 1.10 S P.M. Tuesday S 1.30 s t. so CONTRACT ei'r Word ADVERTISING |1.50 Rates 0uotud T Upon CASH RATES-- Rluest. SALE-- Hampshire and tested. Lowell Monts, ill. (p) Girl's size 8 Brownie tie, new last year, black dress shoes, size 9% D, S2.00. (P) Complete Motor out 54 Chev. ton 34,000 miles Purrs also. Arthur irwin, (P) Muskmelons, gccn CUCumbers. Howard 0-2) I house with and basement. Newly throughout. 5787. (If) Rawleigh Home Pro- "'Skip" Proctor. Also fund NOTICES 2, 3, 4 & 5 Bedroom 2 suburban, also iO A. Improved N.W. For information Havener Realty, Illinois. Beauty Shop or Office Cue half block off tat. Pulaski. Will re- e'Cal1792-5567. Richard (p) One room large ef- Phone 792-. (it) 3 rOom apartment on No children. Inquire bath and ,Call Ruth Berry, 792- WANTED-- With truck to haul from combine. (9-16-p) entlrary part and full tteeded at once. Work- Equal oppor- Arco Farm 792-5497. (9-9) that ignorance is no excuse, be better than CORN qG Shehorn eskL el. HOME L. ILL, ATTENTION SQUAWS! Hair heap big mess? $2.25 WAMPUM at the Twin's TEPEE will makum BRAVE. Takum to big RAIN DANCE! SMOKE SIGNALS are 792-5852 or 792-5429. SPINET - CONSOLE PIANO WANTED responsa'ble party to tak over spinet piano. Easy terms. Can be seen locally. Write Credit Manager, P. O. Box 276, Shelby- vtlle, Indiana 46176. (9-9) WORK WANTED PART TIME OR FULL TIME JOB wanted by married woman, ex- perienced in all phases of office work. Write % Times-News. WANTED WANTED: Boards to tighten. Joe Lucas. Tel. 792-5928. WANTED: 18, 10 ft. Church Pews. Rev. Richard Grey. TeL 473- 6971. im LOST LOST: 22 Single Shot Pistol with black case. Reward. Call 792- 5431. (P) Anytime you travel with children, set and enforce rules for them. Make it a kind of game---challenge them to see who can follow the rules best. For safety, all children should wear seat belts while car is in motion. Hands, arms, feet or heads should not be put out the window. Nothing should be thrown in or out of the car. .... |- DAVID -[RLENBUSH Shelling Service HT. PULASKI, ILL. Norman E. and Hazel Werth of the Lincoln Land Gift Shop, in cooperation with the Logan County Abraham Lincoln Heritage Foundation, are sponsors of a picture depicting Abra- ham Lincoln paying his taxes to Lewis Rosenthal. James Primm found him- self overloaded with real estate and went to New York in 1857, for the pur- pose of negotiating a loan upon his western lands. While in New York, he needed some ready money. He heard that Governor Joel Matteson, former Governor of Illinois, was in town. He was personally acquainted with Gov. Mat- teson and hunting him up, requested from him a loan of $400. Governor Matte- son suggested that Mr. Lin- coln was also in New York and that if Mr. Primm 1 I i I I I Tommie Havener, St. IIZALTY CO. CITT. SUBURBAN and FARM PROPErrl)EII 311 West Coolm Slroet CUSTOM CORN Shelling-Baling TERRY McCAIN, 792,5331 JOHN McCAIN, 792-5524 --tar S/dJE-- ON Restricted Building Lots. See Eugonia Lynch or Phone iiii FUBLIO NOTICE ONCE AGAIN THE IEOIPLE OF  CO. | ARE GIVEN THE OpPOKTUNrTY TO p _URCHASE t THE FOLIWING STORAGE CARS FO )I! ABSOLUTE BALANCE DUE. No Down Payment '66 Mustang,.. $684.00 '67 Opel ..... $972.00 '65 Super Spt.,. $597.00 '67Chev, S.W..$1091.00 '65 Valiant .... $5"79.00 '62 Belaire... $100.00 163 Nova ...... $125.00 '68 LaSabre.. $1569.00 64 LaSabre... $485.00 165 VW ..... $793.00 '67 B'ville HT.. $1087.00 67 Impala Cpe.$1065.00 '66 Mah'bu .... $671 .(30 '67 LeManz Wag.g895.00 '64Chev.Panel. $485.00 '67Mustang.. $768.00 '65 Sedan DeVille .... $1185.00 Cars May Be Seen At ...... STORAGE CARS, 617 SOUTH NINTH SFrinl00fiold, IlL would sign a note and then get Mr. Lincoln to go his security on the same, he, Governor Matteson, would secure the-rnoney for him. Mr. Primm then hunted up Mr. Lincoln, who promptly endorsed Mr. Primm's note, he and Mr. Primm being old time friends and having been associated together for many years in the early courts of Logan County. When the note became due, however, Mr. Primm was not able to take it up and Mr. Lincoln paid the note. Subsequently, on March 11, 1858, Mr. Primm deeded to Mr. Lincoln lot three of block nineteen, in the town of Lincoln, to reimburse Mr. Lincoln for the payment he had made on the note. Mr. Lincoln was still the owner of this lot on the fatal night of April 14, 1865, when an assassin's bullet robbed the 0beak, prims and samples CARPET at ROTHWELL'S ! The Nationwide Service TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, m.) THURSDAY, SEPT. 2,197 I-9 nation of its great protector is, put in all she had-she and stopped the beating of gave all she had to live on' ". the greatest heart in Chris- And so too, like the ii tendom, poor widow in the bible, a Subsequently, in 1874, small congregation, the Full i Mary Lincoln, widow of Gospel Tabernacle, in Hey- Abraham Lincoln, deeded worth, I11. are giving. her interest in the lot to The congregation of 20, herson, Robert T. Lincoln, led by Ray. Richard Grey, '; and he, in turn, deeded the are holding services in a lot to David H. Harts. rented store front., but An incident connected their dream is to build a with this lot was thus told new House of the Lord. by Lewis Rosenthal, Police With a donated lot on Magistrate of theCity of which to build, thenew Lincoln, who knew Abra- church and a small capital ham Lincoln very well. Mr. they have begun, and hope Rosenthal said: "In 1858, to hae it completed by I was deputy sheriff of Lo- November 1971 in '0bser- gan County and the sheriff was then the collector of vance of"their 1st anniver- sary as a congregation. taxes. Mr. Lincoln came The truly generous is to the court house in Lin- the truly wise, and re,- coin that year to pay his member, not he who has taxes. Prior to this visit, I much is rich, but he who had been living near Mr. gives has much. Lincoln's lot and the lot being unused and vacant, - ............ ,, and knowing that Mr. Lin- coin would not care, I put 2-]'t, v],hgthe late  up a small temporary shed II. J. lISLE on his lot and stabled" a few .............. extra horses there for a (Continued from page 1) short time. regularly to and fro on the To Bllild  C streets. In Hayworth And hearing those young voices full of boisterous "As Jesus sat near the laughter and good nature Temple treasury he watch- untouched by the pessi- ed the people as they drop- raisin, fear, and cynicism ped in their money, Many That seems to attach rich men dropped in much itself to many folks as they money; then a poor widow meet life in the many and came along and dropped in varied moods. two little copper coins, worth about a penny. He The opening of school is called his disciples together a fall tonic that is good and said to them: ' I tell for every community. you that this poor widow put more in the offering box ,than all the others. REDULAD MEEi For the others put in what they had to spare of their  SUaOIIl riches; but she, poor as she 'x,  qqmmlal 8100 P.14 ENE WILSON Real Estate g  m a. Auction Co.  t xmos 8 !!'.)1. South Side of. Square MT. PULASKI,, ILL. I ,[,m T. BILL TATE 7am e.. StLS.. [je udrrm rrt [ I "K S'md Umdm I Phone 792-5303792"3370 I "" ! CLIFFORO 5MITIf I SALESMAN 1 I1 rtu zu,=ar I Phone 792-5802 I "" emvs"m"  II .- NOTIOE OF SALE I I NO1CF', b heby en that on the 18th day of| ptember, 1971, the Cbunt. Board of School Trm4eeii "Logan County, mJnob will sell at public sale on the | premises and at the times hereinafter described and dentatecl the following demrihed properties. TRACT l: 1 acre of land in the shape of a square taken out of the South West comer of the Northwest Quarter of the South, Quarter of Section 13, in Township 17 North of Range 2, of the 3rd PAt., situated in the County of Logan ill the State of minois, being the former Bkks schoolhouse and school site. TIME: 10 o'clock A. M. Also to be sold at the above time and place are the following items of personal property: 1 piano; 2 piano stools; water cooler milk cooler; 5 tables; 3 utility cabinets; G.E. refris.; double rink: range; dee. steam table; ping pong table; some dishes and equipment. TRACT 2: Lots Seven (7), Eight (8), Nine (9), Ten (10) Eleven (11) and Twelve (12) ha Block Seven (7)in the Town of Cornland, Losan County, lllinola, being the former Cornland Jaoolhou and school site. TIME: 2 o'clock P. M. Also to he sold at the above time and place are the following items of personal property: 1 piano; 1 commercial gas range; xk; refrig; tablet; folding chairs; dee. hot water heater; Case riding lawn mower; playground equip.; and misc. items. TERMS OF SALE: 20% of the purchase price cash on day of ude and balance upon approval of title and delivery of deed. Owners Title Insurance will be.furnished purchaser. Pos,esion !upon delivery of deed. County Board of School Trustees reterves i the right to offer each of mid f6rmer school sites in more thanl one parcel and as a whole. Terms on pemmal property -. Cash in hand on date of Sale. Board of School Ts of Logan County, Illinob By: Julian T. Sara, President Donald Sprain, Secretary. AUCTIONEEI: Gene Howe, Mt. PuhtkL In. 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