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LASSIFIEO SECTION --NOTrS-- " BUSINESS TIMES-NEWS(Mt.Pulai, IB.)THURSDAY, SEFr. 30,1971-9 , OPPORTUNITIES sy.nnu t tnr  811 it with = Clamifi -- F0R RENT - LeST -- F(IN w]u. c- uP UAV that m ' " ' ties, 3050 Metro D,e, M Ad ...... bal. Masks Brothers. 792- AMBITIOUS PERSON can double RELP WANTF, D -- JOU WANTED  wmm*- 5542o. " LEGA[S -- MEMODIALS 5998. family income. Operate yore" Td. 6'[2..727-129. -- .... ,, a r,,,,, ,, 8-TRACK TAPES or regular ca own gawle Dism'butor Busi- ! IJ,._____  TIL [ |N['[0-E settes made from your long hess. We tram at ou: expense. WORK AT HOME AND MAKE | I11 lIf-- I play albums $1.00 each on Write give phone numbe" Ray MoneyldyourSpllfeTinle. Send| ]a,t,l ..Werdo fl $ .S0 [ ADS for puhl Jcstion your blanks or $3.00 each ill Harrit, Freeport, IlL or call stamped ,-,dd,med  i _ _'-* "'-- -_"--" .] orde H | .65 ] may he placed until furnish blank tapes and ca,- 815-232-4161. toTexContractMdenkEilin. ImfSmamrm!t_ mmmr-I ._Mord| [[ $ 1.10 I 5 P.M. Tuesday. sertes. John Steven Martin, 523 RARE BUSINESS OPPOR- get Rood, La C, ran8e , Texas I MilLlr I W. Jefferson, Box 29, Mt. Pula- TUNITIES - Man or Woman. 78945. (9-34)) | IU IVllm ] __Worde $ I. 30 [ " ' ski. Fh. 792-5360. Reliable person from this area |  , | ! C011NSEL011$1 _rde  S |. 50 [ CONTRACT , ' to service and collect from | |     Ill| d tMb] . 05 " ror Word I AOVERTISiNG -- WANT TO iiUY-- auto,t d.. W - i  i J  atU Smm  'i tablih accunt for YU" Car' I ii,.=,..., i Sl.50- ] n, teo 0uetad Upon WANTED TO BUY: Top prices reference and $995 to $2,495   J6-11S| __AJItE CASH RATES- - RHuo=t. paid for household furniture and cash cat =.,==. 4 - ]2 I Mr. ?U]ad= !11 i / ;t4 a. mMm l -- n. I re:s,== I / ='* /  collect. TeL 732-6314. Wood- monthly income. For local in- IM flJE-- --LOST & FOUND-- lawn Furniture Auction. (t_f') tervw, call or write National i i I i I ii B II , , II ALE: 9 families, ivan ='609 S. Spr Oct. II day, Oct. 3, after- r. (p) &LIE: Adult infant ilb=aaneous.'FrL and 4. 317 E. Morgan. tion 270 Bu. OR Fertilizer l0 ton c $876.00. Fred . TeL 792-5461. (tf) 1960 Che'wolet  ton dk, 6 cylinder, 3 mauion. James Uttham. TeL 674- (10-7) oi) heater and L 792-5482. (P) &ig Compressor. Also 792-5470. .Jonathan, red and t=io apples $4.00  .40 Acorn =nt =quath $2.00 bu. cider =rid tura rton, TeL 792-5214. (10-7) &thermos Revertible Bars. Gay- t, illiopolb 792-3931. (10-7-p) 16t Home Pro- kip" Proctor. ?4-5545. Also fund for orgL, dzaeons. 3, 4 & 5 Bedroom 4e. 2 mbuban, also L Improved N.W. For tnformaion ltavener Realty, ified Ad. EllLEIBtiSH ' Service 8 ;K l, ILL. WILSON Estate g tion Co. !i, 4 of Squuro ASKI, ILL. nd 5 acres Homes TATE |1 I i I LOST: Close to the Grade School - Royal blue poncho with light blue and white stripes. Finder please call 792-5895. (p) LOST: Billfold in Mr. Pulaski. Re wad. Call collect, Lincoln 732- 6584. FOR RENT FOR RENT: One room large ef- ficiency agartment. Pho=e'792- 3958. (tf) T II THE HOTTEST PROGRAM EVER OFFERED Need qualified operators to ser- vice the trmest phonograph record racks and stereo tapes produced by major companies such as MGM RCA, Columbia, etc. Featm'h the 8reate artists in the world inch as Johnny Cash, Lynn Ander- son, Loretta Lynn, and all the big Country and Western stars, plus all the Pop artists such as The Carpenters, Crodby, Stls Nash & Young, and Tom Jones, etc. No selling, we establish all accounts; operator goes around and rd'dls the rack Operators now netting over $15,000 pet year. Cash invemnent required $3,250. In- vestment fcm'ed by inventory., Guaranteed sales and exchanse program. Write to: Johnston En- terprises, Ind.; 2653 Dupont Avenue South, Minneapolis, Min- nesota 5540o. IIIli I I II I I ITHERMO-TILEJ STYRENE CEILING TILE Snow white color. Con- frosts Imaufi- fully with. p, aellne. Easy to instalI--A housewife "do-it-yourself" proiect. Featherweight--Glues directly to sheetrock and plaster ceil- ings, or may be stapled to suit- able base. ompetitively priced-Cheaper installed because it eliminates furring strips. Moistureproof-Can be used in bathrooms, basements, or damp places. Pointable--Woshable- Immbfes See your building supply dealer today Pho'e 792-3260 00 ,4100 Dowa emae $888 FULL CH PRICE r her '66 Mustang '67 Malibu Wagon ills H.T. '66 Parklane H.T. "67 AmbassadoxWagoa 'Port "67 Rebel SST '68 Fiat Spyder l 66 LeSabre H.T. '69 Renault Rio From the ARCO Farm Center: "Do the advantages of fall fertili00tkm assure that it is profltable'F' "Let us answer the most common questions we hear:" What are the basic advantages of a fall program? Number one is the greater opportunity for you to profit. With the bulk of your fertility program out of the way. you've got a comfortable jump on spring fieldwork. You can plant earlier with better chances for higher yields. Fall fertilization creates a fertile soil, whereas, concentrating your program in the spring creates mainly a condition of fertilizer and soil. The difference is seen as improved returns in your fertilizer investment. Are there other reasons? Many. You'll avoid soil compaction. Avoid damage to crops. Because plowed under fertilizer places nutrients deep, you feed crop roots, not weeds. You get nutrients into the proper depth, for better crop utilization and yield production. Because you begin to decompose organic matter, you'll control erosion. How much fertilizer investment is lost over winter? Under right ccr'itions, nearly all of the nutrients stay locked in. But, be certain to use an ammonium (not ammoniated) type of fertilizer. The key to fall fertilization is your nitrogen source. Positively-charged ammonium ions lock to negatively- charged clay and organic matter. Lower temperatures restrict the Agricultural Products of ARCO Chemical Company Division of AttamicRichfieldComFmtY conversion of ammonium to nitrates. This conversion takes place naturally in the spring as the soil warms. The result is that crops get a healthier, faster start, and you stand little chance of nutrient loss. i, "ff condition8 are right," what do you mean? There are circumstances where we do not recommend fall application. These include: areas which tend to become waterlogged; on coarse sandy soils; or on fields that slope more than 8 degrees. In those situations we suggest you wait and see us in the spring. When is the best time to consider fall feruiity? Since soil tests are most accurate in late summer and early fall, wa say begin your program now. Any sound fertility program bobbins with a soil test. It's the only way you can be sure that you are investing your dollars wisely. See us for a test of all essential nutrients. From this test, we can develop a Balanced Fertility program. You'll be able to see at a glance where nutrient levels are too high, too low, or what nutrients are unavailable. You'll find our program an e approach for reaching increased crop production at the lowest cost. What fertlflzer sbt:Kdd ! use? ARCO Fertilizer and fall complement each other. Each ammonium phosphate granule is uniform in nutrient content, size and quality. ARCO Fertilizer is slightly acid to neutral in pH for greatest reeulta over a wide rnge of soils. It prevents nutrient tie-up and keeps phosphorous available. These granules resiat leaching, assure eaedlirt of balanced nutrient availability even in cold soil. The ammonium nitrogen clings tightly to soil particles and remain dormant until the soil warms. We suggest that you stop in or call and let us tailor a program that matches your need. All you need to know the I00mne number your AIK00 F=,m Center.