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NOVEMBF. 29, 1951 TI MOUNT PULASKI - NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS - CLASSIFIED SECTION - S/q3J -- FOR RENT -- LOST -- FOUND WAItVrED TO BUT -- WANTED TO RENT -- TRADE PAGE THIRTEEN birthday party. Mr and Mrs claim date in the estate of Carl! .... ; "- -- -- " .... ir'vls ,amar, Mr. ana Mrs. n. . n aumann, aeceasea now ....  -_, ,JEppmg, Mrs. Mmme Ghck and pending in the tounty Court OrlCharlp (mnhll ......  " an- -at" - ......... r ..... .ogan ounty, lllln )is, (1 tn ] claims may be filed, against the[ estate of the decedent on or be- BIRTHS fore said date without the issu- A daughter was born Monday, NOTICE The Board of Supervisors of Logan County will meet at the Court House in Lincoln, Monday, Dec. 3rd, 1951 for the transaction of business and the payment of bills. All bills must be filed in the office of the County Clerk WANTED -- NOTICES -- ETC. FOR SALE SALE:-.. 2 Warm Morning good condition. Claude south edge of Latham. SALE:. Misses coat, size brown, belted. Worn only Reasonable. Phone 455. having a 20- atone jar they don't Phone 222, Mount Pulas- Illinois. SALE: New Brick Veneer, 2 home, two-car gar- attached. SALE: If you are interest- in a good building lot where houses are new, See me $L DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY lqtoue 15 Mount Pulaski, Illinois SALE: A good used Hoover mm Cleaner.--Mrs. Vera Phone Latham 69 R 3. BUILDING SITE For Sale Koehler's subdivis- Ideal location for new J. W. McNellly, Walnut Illinois. (11-20 SALE-'- 2-piece w'me colored room suite. Reasonable Phone 277. (12-13 -,, FOR SALE A. improved farm, Kenney Fair buildings, 65 A. ti11- $275. per A A good buy for small investor. new home. N.E. Mount Pulaski. Early a few choice lots 60x140 eo. Conaelly Addition. Buy for the future. building, 18.ft. front. on square. Immediate posses- frame residence of Gee. deceased. Excellent loca- garage, 2 lots, 130-ft. front- Equipped for 2 apartment L D. BIESEMEIER, Agt N TO RENT:- A boxing Must have nice fuzzy coat and an amiable disposition. COntact Gene Clear for further etalls. Man's new topcoat, tan 37, packed in box from rs Bro&, Springfield store. package was lost from trunk of car someplace on the ZOllowing route: Mechanics- burg to Lanesvl!le, then on Ordaance road north to Mount Pulaski, then on route 121 to IAncoin. Reward. Finder please Hegele Bros. Dairy, Lin. Phone 41, or Times-News Mount Pulaski, Phone SLICED AND WRAPPED for freezing. Cattle killed on [arm. --Gene Wilson, 2 miles of Chestnut on route 54. 78R23, Mt. Pulaski. 12-13 HAVING old violins for aale, please contact George lhnderburg, PR. 1, Buffalo, Ulinois. (12-13 TOUR VC Fertilizer now from John Woodrum. Phone Ikhart 2125, or Snap Waddell, /'hone Mount Pulaski 86 Rll. Also side dressing for corn. (1-17-52) SEWERS . and tanks are cleaned easy and cheap With "CAMPS." .--J. M. Roth. Well Lumber Co. HUBBARD ON FOOTBALL TEAM news release from--'Ch-e Director Sports Pub- University of Notre Dame, Rend, Ind., states: Hubbard, 19.year-old of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hub- Mount Pulaski, Ill., was a of the 1951 Notre Dame football tetm. George, a 182- halfback, worked out with Fighting Irish secondary which finished the season a tie and two losses, under tutoring of Irish assistant Bob Lally and Dick Cot- NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 1027 19}578 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 3rd day of December A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Al- bert F. Dillsaver, deceased now pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or be- fore said date without the issu. ance of summons. John E. Dillsaver, Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. ance of summons. Nov. 26 in the Deaconess hospital Wilhelm F. Baumann, Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Administrator with Henrichsmeyer of Mount Pulaski Will Annexed. vicinity. Gee. J. Smith, Attorney. , Can't Keep Ruby Out! No picture with baseball back- ground would be complete with- out Harry Ruby, famed songwrit- er and baseballs' Number One fan, getting into the act. So Ruby makes a guest appearance in MGM's "Angels in the Out- field," comedy-drama of a big league baseball manager, starr- ing Paul Douglas and Janet Legh NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE at the Mount Pulaski Theatre, Docket Number 1031 19!582 Sunday and Monday, Dec. 2 and NOTICE is hereby givento all 3. Sunday matinee at 2 p. m. It persons that Monday, the 7th day wasn't long ago that Ruby's own of January A. D. 1952, is the life story, along with that of his claim date in the estate of Mary former songwriting partner, the J. Schaffenaeker, deceased now lat6 Bert Kalmar, was brought to pending in the County Court of l the screen in 'Three Little Words.' Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the ENTERTAINED IN HONOR estate of the decedent on or be-I OF SONS BIRTHDAY fore said date without the issu- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Glick, liv- ance of summons, ing west of the city, entertained Vincent Stoll, l the following guests at Thanks- Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 7th day of January, A.D. 1952, is the giving dinner and in honor of their son Wilbur's 5th birthday, which occurred Friday, Nov. 23: Mrs. Lila Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bobelt and son Frederick, Mrs. Minnie Glick. In the evening the following were at the Glick home for a CLOSING-OUT SALE 51/2 miles southeast of Clinton; 2 miles south, mile east of Weldon gprings -- Wednesday, December 5 11:00 A. M. --CATTLE--- 1 milk cow; 20 registered Aberdeen-Angus, Eileenmare and Blackcap breeding; 8 cows, 2 with caives by side; four 2- year-old heifers; 5 weanling calves. FULL LINE OF FARM EQUIPMENT' , R. E. WAGNER Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We are Specialists in our line the same as your Doctor or Attorney in his line, Don't take a chance See that your Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING mCE ACLEHCY Insurance and Real Estate Broker Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski, Illinois i n, -NEW SERVICE- HIGHEST PRICES FOR DEAD Cattle - Hogs - Hones - Sheep -- CALL COLLECT -- Mount Pulaski 464 THE GLOBE RENDERING CO. PHONE 71 DOES YOUR FARM NEED MAGI00SIUM! USE LEHIGH SOIL SUGAR "IT GETS RF.SULTS" LEHIGH STONE CO. City Bank Building, Kankakee, IlL LOCAL DEALERS: GLENN O. RAU & SON LK, ILLINOIS J. M. FRENCH PHONE 88-R-2 MOUNT PULASKI. ILL. ROBERT TROWBRIDGE ILLINOIS before noon Saturday, Dec. 1st in order to be allowed at this meet- ing. Claude E. Tull, For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski DR. EDMUND J. McCARTHY OPTOMETRIST -: NEW OFFICE HOURS :- will have office hours every Tuesday from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the office of Dr. E. H. Cox in Mount Pulaski. , CALL 18R FOR APPOINTMENT ii EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED E. L. ROTHWELL REAL ESTATE BROKER AUCTIONEER Farm and Farm Sales Phone 72 Mount Pulaski ELMER SCHAFFENACKER CLOSING-OUT SALE Having quit farming I will sell at public auction, 21/2 miles North. east of Chestnut, on Route 54, and 3 miles Southwest of Kenney, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1951 BEGINNING AT 10 A.M. 16 -- CATTLE -- 16 1 Shorthorn milk cow; 3 Hereford cows; 2 Hereford heifers; 3 Short- horn cows. All bred. 2 bull calves; 4 heifer calves; 2 steers. 1 PONY, SADDLE AND BRIDLE FARM EQUIPMENT One 1950 International M tractor; 1 International H tractor; 1 culti- vator for H or M tractor; 1 International 3 bottom 14 inch plow on rubber; 2 International 2 bottom 14 inch plows, one on rubber and one on steel; one 8-ft. International heavy disc; one 7-ft. Inter- national disc; 1 John Deere 8-ft. disc; one 1950 4-row International tractor ,planter; one 7-ft. International tractor mower; one 1949 Clipper combine with motor; 1 New M & M 7-inch 16 double disc drill on rubber with seeder and fertilizer attachment. Also one drill on steel. One 8-ft. Dunham cultimulcher; one 1948 0liver pull.type picker on high rubber; 1 International 4-section harrow; 1 flexible 2-section harrow; 1 International manure spreader on steel; one International tractor shield for H or M; 1 tractor see4er, never been used; 1 Clipper fanmill No. 2B, with motor; 1 International roller bearing trailer with steel flare bed, all like new; 2 old trailers with flare beds; 1 rack wagon on steel; 1 power lawn mower; shop tools, and many miscellaneous articles. All above machinery is in First Class shape. HAY ', 120 bales of timothy; 500 bales of clover HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 dining room suite; one 12x14 Broadloom rug; 2 rug pads; several throw rugs; 2 beds; 3 dressers; 1 sewing machine; 1 vacuum clean- er; writing desk; table and several chairs; 1 combination safe, arid Radio. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Lunch will be served by Ladies of WSCS of the Kenney ME Church " TERMS: CASH ON DAY OF SALE ELMER SCHAFFENAOKER COL. C. W. WOLPERT, Auctioneer JOHN WIGGERS, Clerk Cashier