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11 E. O g. I,.t b~ o /1 Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation Filing Date October 3, 2015 Mt Pulaski Times (Publication Number 365-660), published Twice Per Month (24-Issues Per Year) at 311 S Washington St / P O Box 114 Mt Pulaski IL 62548- 0114. Owner-Publisher-Editor-Manag- ing Editor Michael Lakin 311 S Washington St / P O Box 114 Mt Pulaski IL 62548. Contact Person Michael Lakin: Telephone 217-303-6159 - mtpu- laskitimes@gmail.com Annual Subscription Price $35/$45 Known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of . total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities are: None. Average number of copies each issue during the preceding 12 months: Total number of copies printed: 1,000; mailed outside- county paid subscriptions stated on PS Form 3541: 146; mailed in-county paid subscriptions stated on PS Form 3541: 463; sales through dealers and carri- ers, street vendors, counter sales and non-USPS paid distribution: 375; free or nominal rate outside county copies included on PS Form 3541: 0; free or nominal rate in-county copies included on PS Form 3541: 0; free or nomi- nal rate copies mailed at Other classes through the USPS: 0; free or nominal rate distribution outside the mail, 0; total distribu- tion, 994; copies not distributed, 6; total: 1,000; percent paid: 100%. Electronic copies: Paid electronic copies: 657; total paid print copies plus paid electronic copies: 1,651; total print distribu- tion plus paid electronic copies, 1,651; percent paid (both print & electronic copies): 100%. Number of copies of single issue published nearest to filing date: Total number of copies printed: 1,000; mailed outside-county paid subscriptions stated on PS Form 3541: 146; mailed in- county paid subscriptions stated on PS Form 3541: 463; sales through dealers and carriers, street vendors, counter sales and non-USPS paid distribution: 375; free or nominal rate outside county copies included on PS Form 3541: 0; free or nominal rate in-county copies included on PS Form 3541: 0; free or nomi- nal rate copies mailed at other Classes through the USPS: 0; free or nominal rate distribution outside the mail, 0; total distribu- tion, 994; copies not distributed, 6; total: 1,000; percent paid: 100%. Electronic copies: Paid electronic copies: 657; total paid print copies plus paid electronic copies: 1,651; total print distribu- tion plus paid electronic copies, 1,651; percent paid (both print & electronic copies): 100%. Forty-One people like the lettering on the water tower Some people were moved to comment... Well, if you forget Black would look better. where you live just go to Just saying. the square you'll instantly Too big. Too red. remember. Smaller and black. I like it, looks like a Wow! Just wow] circus blew up and the My daughter suggested letters stuck to the tower, that painting it white and but I like it. That corn- putting the logo that is on merit was followed by... the activities buses (says Now every time I look at Mount Pulaski with the the tower I hear circus Topper logo and Bruin music.., gee thanks, logo) would have made a I'd have gone with lot more sense. I have to purple and gold. Purple say, I agree with her! letter outlined in gold. They should've painted Maybe next time. it in John Deere green (I Why red? I feel that all wonder if anyone catches black would've looked the reference). better. The red just seems It looks better than I off. I like the letter styling initially thought it would. though. Very catchy. Couldn't they use The next time that it purple for one high school needs repainting, put it color and one grade to a vote to the citizens school color. Or black of Mt. Pulaski as to what even! they'd like. Personally, I Catches your eye. That's like the red & blue. It's what it's supposed to do. very eye catching. Looks fine. It looks good. Who is responsible for thatterrible choice? Should have been purple with gold lettering if they were looking for gaudy. Is this a joke? Or did they for real paint the let- ters red? Maybe they were color blind. Do not like the red. But obviously stuck with it so I suppose we will just have to not look at it. Looks Good! Maybe should have been black! I have personally have nothing good to say about the new letter- ing. Unfortunately we're stuck with it now. I own a sign business I would've been happy to assist with color selection. I could've superimposed the letter- ing onto the water tower so they could see what it would look like. Maybe it will fade to pink and baby blue! Those colors were on sale. Classifieds GARAGE SALE - 8am - ? - Sat- FOR SALE - 30-concrete blocks urday Oct. 24 - early? - 519 E. ($1 each), 200 - bricks $50 (not Dekalb, Mt. Pulaski - 3 possibly pavers) 792-3952 4-person garage sale, Sin-reed FOR SALE'- 1995 Mustang GT, - misses & Jr's clothing & shoes; $6,000 - 41K miles, 217-737- Home decor, & Christmas items 2056 including trees; baby boy cloth- ing, bumpo, walker, jumparoo & FOR SALE - Several carousel body pillow - Plus lots more in horses, $55- $100 each; Quilted each category, diamond dishes (over 100-years old) $100; Marble top end-tables, WANTED TO RENT- Looking for $40 each; New dollsand hand- a room in Mt. Pulaski, 827-6716 made Christmas trees, 217-871- FOR RENT - 20' X 70' storage 2328 space below PIZZA MAN, 725- 7953 Now that you can have chickens in town, the guy the next block over ordered his five-chicken limit and they arrived at the post office. He took the box and left for home. A week or so later, he ordered five more chickens and they arrived at the post office. His next door neighbor was there when the chickens were picked up and said, "You know the limit is 5-chickens." "Yeah," came the reply, "1 need to iron out a few problems." "Problems?" asked his neighbor. "Yeah, I think I planted that last batch too close together." [Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church Missouri Synod- Rev. Daniel 1 ies, Ph.D. Pastor Web: http://www.eternaltrinitylcms.org 6076 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton, Office Phone: (850) 623-5780 Home Phone: (850) 626-5626 E-mail: etlc@att.net see us,! FL 32583