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CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE FOR RENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO RENT TRADE HELP WANTED JOBS WANTED NOTICES A DOLLARmPerson whose appears in our other two Will be given one dollar if call for it before next . --Western Auto Store, Mt. Pulasi, Ill. FOR SALE SALE: 1956 Plymouth Plaza motor in excxellent con- John Romanotto, Phone -5253, Mt. Pulaski. SALE: Fresh Eggs.. Deliver- on Wednesdays. Mrs. Win- Allsopp, Phone 792-5935. SALE: Guernsey milk cow. Bastin, Mt. Pulaski. Phone FOR SALE: Pana, Ill. New brick Very modern. Large barn, ft. metal machine shed; acres cultivated, 150 timber Price, $225 per acre down, balance like rent. acres near Moweaqua, Ill. 8 modem house, gas heat, double crib, good barn and This is top quality soil. acre. $29,000 down like rent. river-bottom farm near Me. 1 large house, 1 house, fair out-buildings. $200 per acre. $25,000 balance like rent. E. L. ROTHWELL ACcredited Farm Broker lx 211 Phone 792:3225 Mount Pulaski, Ill. (tf) SALE: 2 building lots on Cooke St.; also, 2 lots east Fred Gaffney's home, all of Schmi'tz estate. Please Mrs. Ruby Meister. Ph. (tf) SALEI SAZi ON WIZ- ATTERIES. $4.00 TRADE- LIMITED tWM. K.) TIME. Auto Asso. Store. (tl) NOTICES RENT: Unfurnished apart- 3 rooms, full bath. Heat, and gas furnished Bill Phone 792-5770. (tf) TO BUY: Home in Mt. with 4 bedrooms; or lot in city limits make inquiries at Times- RADIO & TV REPAIRDon Leon- ard, South Spring St., Mount Pulaski, Ill. (tf) FOR RENT: Space on South Washirgton St., suitable for Office or Sales Room. Heat, light furnished. Inquire Fran Myrick, Phone 25476, Mount Pulaski. ( tf ) IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- serve LOWER PREMIUMS and you get them at Reeves Agency, Latham, Illinois. Phone OR 4-5731. (tf) FREE!! ALL WIZARD BATTER- IES recharged free if in passenger car service .(Smith) Bring 'em in. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCI ATE STORE. SWEEPERS [ Headquarters for the complete line of Hoover Eureka and Sun- beam vacuum cleaners and floor polishers. Some prices as low as $29.95. berries and multiflora rose seeds. Service, parts and paper bags Sunny Tuesday a.m. for all makes and models. We Pam Heft gave a piano hum- carry a complete line of BisseU Products: Shampoo, Carpet Sweepers, Floor Washers, Etc. LINCOLN VACUUM CLEANER SALES & SERVICE Phone 732-8106 Lincoln, Ill. Please Call Harry Foster (tI) FOR SkLE: 1 nice stone veneer home; 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dining room, bath and shower Everett Koehler, Phone! 792-5680. (if) EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Reliable man or woman from this area to distribute complete line of cigarettes, candy, or gum through new automatic vendors. We will establish accounts for 'ou. Car and references desir- able. Party must have cash cap- ital of $.900 which is represented by inventory. Good potential earn- ings part-time; full-time more. For personal interview, give phone, etc. Write P. O. Box 156, Rochest- er, Minnesota. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Last day of October - gone so quickly. Nurse Janet Emery of Spring- field, spent the week end with her parents, the Lauren Emery's. Mrs. Leone Hoaglin of War- end with .........  ,, i i.  ii ;i TIMXS-lgL'lm. Mount lhdmskL  &Y. IfQVIEMIEg 2, Iml'-ll: , , : I Clinton, Sunday. Have you seen that large search light flashing across the clouded sky each evening from Decatur? From airport, perhaps! Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnston, spent the week end at the Ozarks. The power company cut a row of Maple trees at Goreteke's other l week along south of drive. Sunday visitors with the Gor- etzke's were: Mrs. Bird Heuser of Decatur, Mrs. Helen Southern, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Hurtt, spent the last week end in In- dianapolis, Ind., with her moth- er. Two sisters came also - a real visit. Mrs. Ezra Tuggle was hospital. ized in DMC hospital, Sunday, to Wednesday. Her mother of De- catur came home with her. Didn't know it frosted Wednes- day night - but when out in the evening tomato vines and dallis leaves were black, now be dig out mud. Rainy Saturday and more with lightning and thunder at 1:30 Monday a.m. Yellow leaves are failing fast. Robins were thick, feeding on polk berries and elder- ber for S.S. About 30 were pres- ent for Y.E. Saturday night, sev- eral came from Decatur group. The masquerade party Monday night. Council of Administrations meets at 8 Tuesday night. The barn at Victor Bath's has been torn down and a new one is under construction. The garage at Leona Hoaglins will be torn down. How mushrooms spring up over night and from one week to an- other scenes change as go to town. At new house east of La- tham, landscapers have been busy, evergreens planted and blooming mums along east side of lawn - drive is completed. CONS. GRADE SCHOOL LUNCHES - NOV. 6 to 10th Monday  E. Z. Eat sausage mashed potatoes and gravy, cel- ery, peaches, bread and butter milk. Tuesday  "Meat loaf, creamed peas, sweetened cherries, cookie, bread and butter, milk. WedaezlayBaked spiced ham, boiled buttered potatoes sauer- kraut, banana pudding, bread and butter, milk. ThvumdayHome made chilli, crackers, peanut butter sandwich, carrot stick, sliced apples, milk. FrldayToasty cheese on bun., YOU USE $35-$50 a week rensburg spent week ddition to your present earn- daughter, the Wm. Heft's: , J ? Supply Consumers in Mt. Clarence Rau spent buna ay J [aski with large Raleigh Line. with his mother in Decatur. ne | art earnings immediately[has been confined to her bed,[ help you get started. See or I since March. .... ][ Carlyle Hullinger, 1334[ Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Hurtt ws-]| Drive, Lincoln, Ph.[ited John T. Johnston in Pine]| or write Rawleigt, i Chest Nursing Home, north of  ! ILK-463-337, Freeport, (11-30-P) NEW CHAIN SAW. Will and remove trees. Charles 411 N. Washington St., Pulaski. Phone Ironings, sewing, baby Myrna Shanle, Phone (ll-9(P) TREE SERVICE: Fully free estimates. Carl Jr., Lincoln, Ill. Phone (tt) INT: Country home, 2 rail- of city. Contact Kenneth Phone 792-5672. (tf) /tENT: 2 bedroom, modern in Mount Pulaski. Avail- after Nov. 1. Call Earl Phone 792-3934. (tf) CARTIER LoMnee co. :CkRTER SAW MILL ii Tommie l-Iavener REALTY CO. City, Suburban aud Farm Properties 311 West Coo St. Phone 2.54T8 - Mount Pulaski J LIME NOW With Our Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOU GET! Calcium Carbonate - - 88.93% Magnesium Carbonate - - 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- halt, Boron, Manganese, Iron, Zinc. Copper. ROCKY LIMESTONE FORD COMPANY LINCOLN. ILL. PHONE 428 CONTACT Ed Hickey, Phone 792-3227 Dean Wertb, Buffalo 4-4517 timbers, metal roofing, materials for every pressure treated lumber, post poles. Chain Saws. $99.50 dL up ;;.s. HWYS6 L1L# 5 ILLINOIS of Sangamon Rlv vegetarian beans, slaw, raw ap- ple, milk. Champion Pony Is Sold To Californian King's Sweet Rhythm, a De. catur-owned 10-year-old pony mare, which defeated two world's champions recently, has been sold by Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Curry, Sr., Decatur, to a California exhibit- or. Mrs. William Roth, of San Mateo, Calif., one of the coun- try's leading xhibltors of Hack- ney ponies, purchased the Curry animal after she had made her greatest showing during October at the Kansas City Royal Horse Show. The H. B. Curry, Sr., mentioned in this item, is a brother of Hor- ace Curry of Mt. Pulaski. Tact: Thinking all you say but not saying all you think. NOTE OF THAN, I want to thank my friends and , neighbors for' the cards, lette gifts and flowers I received while I was a recent surgical patient at the Decatur-Macon county hosplt. al. They were a great source of comfort and pleasure. Marian Welch, Sell it wlth a Classified Ad. i Thinking of having AUCTION SALE ? CALL OR SEE Gene B. Howe AUCTIONEER  AucUm e 7se.sa4s. Mc  zn. | ' it 1 i INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. By Insurance Agency Florence Lachemnyer, Agent PHONE 792-5113 MOUNT PULASI ILL.  ;i i i' C00ORN STORAG,E If yor are eligible for price support and need Storage Space ----- SEE US LAKE FORK GRAIN CO. Phone 792-5433 PHOSPHATE Soils low in phosphorus are short on yields. Short yields give short profits. Rock phosphato provides an economical way to supply the. needed phosphorus. Your FS spreader xrvico makes it poaib to spread high quality bulk rock phosphate fn' .the dght amount at the time you want it., {See Your gS Salesman; LOGAN COUNTY FARM SER00 PHONE: LINCOLN 7.$11