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CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE FOR RENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY , WANTED TO RENT TRADE HELP WANTED . JOBS WANTED NOTICES $ DOLLAR--Person whose appears in our other two Will be given one dollar if call for it before next --Western Auto Store, Me. Pulasi, Ill. FOR SALE 3ALE: One 6-year crib and g baby stroller. $15.00. Deibert, Mount Pul- Phone 792-3946. 3ALE: $165 22" sq. x 42" trunk for $25; 2 Clark softeners, gravel and Zeo- sifted and washed, $10.00; Walnut buffet, $15.00 Cleatus Clobes. SALE: Pawnee wheat, state test 93% germination. per bushel. Fred Stogdell, PY6-5705 (9-14) SALE: 1957 Ford '500' con- with radio and heater. transmission. Good Call Buffalo 364- see Bill McCubbin. (9-7) SALE: 1 nice stone veneer 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, bath and Everett Koehler, Phone -5680. (tf) SALE: 121 acre stock farm; watered pasture; good modern house; on road. Owen Colelasure, Ill. (9-14) (P) SALEI SALE! ON WIZ- BATTERIES. $4.00 TRADE- LIMITED (Emerson) TIME. Auto Asso. Store. (tf) FOIl" S&L: Good black dirt. Will deliver. Wayne Elkhart, Ill. Phone (tf) FOR SALE: farms: 10 acres to 100,000 Prices $125 to $1000 acre. . L. Rothwell, A.F.B. (t/) NOTIGES MAN . Full or spare Supply Rawleigh's tam- in Atlanta or Mt. Can earn $125 per Write Rawleigh, Dept. Freeport, Ill. (9-7-21) DRIVE LOWER PREMIUMS You get them at Reeves Latham, Illinois. Pnone (tD by Mobile Homes Dis- Write Kenneth Bast, 5, Springfield, Ill. (if) & "IV REPAIRDon Leon- South Spring St., Mount Ill. (t.f) TREE SERVICE: Fully free estimates. Carl Jr, Lincoln, Ill. Phone (tf) SWEEPERS for the complete Hoover, Eureka and Sun- Vacuum cleaners and floor Some prices as low parts and paper bags raakes and models. We complete line of Bissell Shampoo, Carpet Floor Washers, Etc. VACUUM CLEANER SALES & SERVICE 732-8106 IJncoln, ILL Call Harry Foster (tf) CARTER CO. kRTER SAW MILL timbers, metal roofing, materials for every pressure treated lamber, Post poles. Clsain Saws, $99.50 & up ILIJIOIS of Saug R.m EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Reliable man or woman from this area to distribute complete line of cigarettes, candy, nuts, or gum through new automatic vendors. We will establish accounts for you. Car and references desir- able. Party must have cash cap- ital of $900 which is represented by inventory. Excelllent income part-time; full-time more. For personal interview, give phone, etc. Write P. O. Box 156, Rochest. er, Minnesota. i FREEll AJcL WIZARD BATTER. IES recharged free if in passenger (car (Horn) service. Bring 'era m. WESTERI AUTO AS- SOCIATE STORE. ARE YOU RFSTORING a Ford? Have shocks and links for Model A; used carburetors (2) for '34, '35 V-8 Ford motor; 2 water pumps for '34-'35 Ford. Dual wipermotor, blades, etc. to fit '39 Ford. Zinks Leckbee. 4-H MEMBERS MUST COMPLETE RECORDS FOR ELIGIBILITY August 31 is the official end of the 1960-61 Club year. At this time records will be turned in for consideration for the many court: and state honors, medals, certfi- cates, bonds, scholarships, and so forth that are available to 4-H club members. A 4-H club mem- ber must also complete his pro- l ject record book and be an achievement member to be elig- ible to receive 4-H Show prem- iums. Members carrying livestock pro- ects should begin their records TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, m., THURSDAY, S-PTEMIER immediately for next year. An  soft wheats. Many farmers saw accurate record book will have ]for themselves the difference of the following: lthe varieties planted here and at 1. The imalth section of the re- i the Hartsburg Experiment Field. cord book or the Health Activity i No doubt it was a great wheat Record. The physical examin-, year in Logan county according to ation must be made by a doctor, i wheat yields. Results from two but it may be done any time dur- ing the year and does not have to be specifically for 4-H. It could be for high school athletics, etc. Records of shots, vaccinations,, !etc., should be kept to date. 2. Record evidence of exhibit- This may be done by record- Logan county test plots were re- cently made available from the Hartsburg Experiment Field. A second test plot conducted by AI- bert Grathwohl on light colored timber soil showed that the tim. ber soil out-yielded the good black ground because of better ing the rating at the 4-It Show I drainag e and ideal temperatures or by telling of an inspection or I for maturing the wheat varieties. club tour. I Yields were as follows: Hartsburg 3 In the nroner nlace pe,rd,Experiment FieldLucas 51.1 bu., narticination "-i,"oh, niv Triumph 54.4 bu., Ponca 59,6 bu., dstrmt, and state 4-H activities, Warrior 62.7 bu., Pawnee 53.6 bu., as well as the offices held and Ottawa 65.2 bu., Omaha, 55.6 bu., community service. Monon 54.4 bu., Knox 54.9 bu., 4. As 4-H leader, be sure that check each book and sign name on the last page. A1- be sure that each member has  checked the achievement require- ments completed. These five re- quirements should be the first goal of every 4-H member. It would be advisable to call atten- tion to them at your next meet- ing. Remember, the only way the county 4-H Comittee can know about these 4-H experiences is to read about them in the record. England: A country that's sep. arated from America by the same language. Vermillion 57.5 bu., Logan Cmmty Timber SoilLucas 65.4 bu., Tri- umph 66.2 bu., Ponca 68.6 : Warrior 65.7 bu., Pawnee 73.5 Ottawa 60.7 bu., Omaha 65.4 bu., Monon 66.5 bu., Knox 57 bl., Vermillion 57.8 bu. The new hard wheat varieties Ottawa and Omaha which sess Mosaic resistance showed well in the test. Seed from varieties will not be available far commercial planting next ymll,, according to University of Agronomists. Tommie Haveaez REALTY CO. Ctty, Suburban and Farm 311 West Cooke St, Phone 2-5478. Mount Mid-Summer PAINTING Time to Paint Your Corn Cribs Before Fall By the Hour - By Square Foot YOUR SPRAY PAINTER WILLIAM DUHS PHONE 792-5770 MOUNT PULASXl TEST PLOT PROVES PAWNEE WHEAT TOPS Wheat variety test plots es- tablished by Albert Grathwohl, show that the old standby, Paw- nee, is as good or better than many of the newer varieties and ! ' - PROTECT YOURSELF E . . . agamst higher feed costs. RBERT F. LENZ BOOK cattle and da.Jry ii DR. LOUIS W. LENZ r,,os at HA'VEST prices I! ' It Glasses Prescribed - Coztact Lenses Mountand PulaskiElevatorFarmerScompanyGrain II s,o SROWAY ......  ,- I' SAVE'! ,I'00LEN LIME NOW With Our Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOU gET! 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 immediately. 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 UMESTONE COMPANY LINCOlr-N, ILL PHONE 439 CONTACT Ed Hlckey, Phone 792-3227 - Dean Werth, Buffalo 4-4517 COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE NITROGEN SOLUTION 20 NO RESSURE ANI e Bag Mixed or Blending of NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, POTASH TO FARMER REQUESTS Rock Phosphate DIAL 792-5410 MOUNT PULASKI , DIAL 732-3113 LINCOLN Logan Farm Service