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IFOR RENT: Unfurnished apart- .......... --..,Lmam t! merit 3 rooms full bath. tleat CLA$$11PIED 00l00Ir.,llUN I, .... and furmsh00'd B,]I I Duhs, Phone 792-5770. (tf) FOR SALE - FOR RENT - LOST - FOUND -- ................. "'"E [I FOR RENT: Country home, 2 raft- WANTED TO BUY - WAZll-u L ,, - ., " o ............. ES l] es east of city. C ntact Kenneth HELP WNTED - JOU: w,a--l-t.v - A,, ] Stoll. Phone 792-5672. (tf) A DOLlaR--Person whose WANTED: Ironings Io no. r'none, ard, South Spring St., Mount name appears in our other two 792-5987. *J I Pulaski, Ill. (t.f) ads will be given one dollar if they call for it before next Wednesday. --Western Auto hsso. Store, Mt. Pulasi, Ill. FGR SALE SALE: 5 room modern house in Mount Pulaski, completely remodeled, aluminum siding; 3 blocks from square. Phone Lincoln 732-6403. (12-7(P) PIANO FOR SALE by Mo. Musical Instrument Ditsr., Inc. Small payments. May be seen locally. Please write im- mediately. Missouri Musical in Hampton Village, 5837 Chippe- Wa, St. Louis 9, Mo. (12-7) SALE: 2 building lots on East Cooke St.; also, 2 lots east of Fred Gaffney's home, all of 1 Ana Schmitz estate. Please I Contact Mrs. Ruby Meister. Ph. I 792-3281. (tf) [ SALE: 1 pair boy's black l Chicago Shoe Skates. size., With case. Mrs. Earl Max- heimer. (P) ALL WIZARD BATTER- recharged free if in passenger Car (Harold) service. Bring 5em in. "WESTERN AUTO ASSOCI ATE STORE. LOST: Ladies wrist watch. Small oblong yellow gold case. Miss Charlotte Hanslow, Mt. Pulaski. Please Phone 792-5572 WANTED: Yard dinner bell; also 21" head size wash tub for a hat; 5 gallon clean grease bucket with lid, in good shape,  for Kitchen band. Free or cheap. 792-Mrs5672.Kenneth Stoll, Phone IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- serve LOWER PREMIUMS -- and you get them at Reeves Agency, Latham, Illinois. Pnone OR 4-5731. (if) OFFICE HELP WANTED: Full time Hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Borden Chemical Co., Illiopolis, Illinois. OTICE: The person who shot and killed pet ducks at bridge southeast of Chestnut is known and license number on car was taken. Contact owner at once.(P WILL DO TREE TOPPING: Also cut trees down. Please contact Ovie Wolcott, Chestnut. (P) FOR RENT: Furnished apartment heat, light, water. Open now. Phone 792-3287. (if) LINCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully SALE: Modern 2-bedroom insured; free estimates. Cazl home on 133'x142' comer. Built-[ Ingrain, Jr., Lincoln, IlL Phone in cabinets, stove. Emerson[ 732-8394. (tf) Horn, Mount Pulaski Phone ......... 792-3913. (P) HAVE NEW CHAIN SAW. Will _':...__.__ IPO] SALEI 1 nice stone veneer[ cut and remove trees. Charles home; 3 bedrooms, living room, [ Schroth, 411 N. Washington St., kitchen, dining room, bath and[ Mt. Pulaski. Phone 792-5154 (11-30) (P) Shower. Everett Koehler, Phone (tD 2-56. FOR SALE: 1  farm, 1 mile south of Ikly; 8 miles S.W. of De- catur. Priced very reasonable I Ior quick sale. Ae farm in Missouri, $33.500. 4-room modem house, barn, crib, steel bin, double garage, oultry house; all tillable; all ad limestone and phosphate applied. Gently rolling. Hog- tight fences on each side. On ,gravel road 5 miles from town. Acre farm in Missouri. $250 Per acre, 9-room modem house, double garage, 2 barns, machine Shed, scales and loading shutes. All limed and some rock phos- Phate. Large storage for corn and grain. Abundance of water. F- L. ROTHWELL Accredited Farm Broker P.O. Box 211 Plne 792-3225 Mount Pulaski, Ill. OI) NOTICES HUNTING" SIGNS FOR at the Times-News. The hunting season is Just begin- J POlt RENT: Space on South Washington St., suitable for Office or Sales Room. Heat, light furnished. Inquire Fran Myrick, Phone 25476, Mount >Pulaski. (tf) of dish washing. Mrs. Margaret IJtterback, Phone 792-5779. (P) &ICTD TO GIVE AWAY- 3 male fuzzy kittens. Mrs. Julian D: Used piano. Good con- dition. Mrs. Melvin Singley, Mr. Pulask,. Phone 792-5227. CARTER LUMHR CO. & CARTER SAW MILL timbers, metal roofing, materials for every pressure treated lumber, post poles. Clmta $awL $9L50 & Oueu.s. wvvvss . a.a.# s SPRING, U.LOIS Itmth of Sangamms ittwz CAN YOU USE $35.$50 a week in addition to your present earn- ings? Supply Consumers in Mt. Pulaski with large Raleigh Line. S t a r t earnings immediately I'll help you get started. See or phone Carlyle Hullinger, 1334 Rutledge Drive, Lincoln, Ph. 732-6282 or write Rawleigh, Dept. ILK-463-337, Freeport, Ill. (ll-30-P) - SWEEPERS Headquarters for the complete line of Hoover, Eureka and Sun- beam vacuum cleaners and floor polishers- Some prices as low as $29.95. Service, parts and paper bags for all makes and models. We MUSCLE INVOLVEMENT IN ARTHRITIS (Rheumatism) is in- dicated by sore tense muscle around joints. Swedish mas- sage, special heats, whirlpool bath by John McCarthy, Phys- ical Therapist, at his Physical Thearpy Center, 406 S. Union St., Lincoln, Illinois. Phone 732.3252. (11-30) SALEI SALEI SALEI ON WIZ- aRD BA'I'rEPAES. $4.0/) TRADE- iSTOLL) IN LIMITED TIME. Western Auto Asso. Store. (tI) RELIABLE PARTY male or female, from this area, wanted to service and collect from automatic vending machines. No selling. Age not essential. Car, references, and $600 cash requir- ed. 7 to 12 hours weekly nets ex- cellent monthly income. Possibil- ity full time work. For local in- terview give full particulars, phone. Write Dept. SD, 6308 Lake- land Ave., No., Mpls. 27, Minn. FOR SALE: 2-story 6-room mod- ern home with 3 lots. Henry Reiter, Mr. Pulaski. Ph. 792-5687 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 1st day of January, A. D. 1962, is the claim date in the estate of George A. Stopher, deceased, now pend. ing in the County Court of Lo- gan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or be- fore said date without the issu. race of summons. Leland P. Miller, Executor. Killer & Miller, Atorneys. (12-14) ! Tommie Havener REALTY CO. City, Suburban and Farm Properties 311 West Cooke St. Phone 2.547S . Mount Pulaski , Thinking of having an AUCTION SALE ? TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski, Ill., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1961--15 GRADE SCHOOL LUNCHES birthday with a party at her FOR DEC. 4th to 8th M(mday: Itot dog on bun, cream corn with crackers, cheese, baked apple, milk Tuesday: Goulash, green beans, prunes or cottage cheese, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday: Home made veget- able SOUl), crackers, peanut but- ter sandwich, fruit, milk. Thursday: Sloppy Joe on bun, boiled potatoes, buttered, carrot stick, peaches, milk. Friday: Tuna and noodles, but- tered peas, perfection salad, bread and butter, milk. PARTY GIVEN CORNLAND GIRL ON 2nd BIRTHDAY On Saturday, Nov. 18, Crystal Bertsche, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Bertsche, south of Cornland. celebrated her second home, Those present were: Jeffrey and Mark Shutt, Cheryl llowe, Ryan Flexter and Steve Minder. Mrs. Shutt took movies of the party and the youngsters singing "tfappy Birthday". Also present were Mrs. Uriah Tendiek, Mrs. Loren Minder, Mrs. Otis ttowe, Mrs. Charles Flexter, Mrs Donald Shutt, Mrs. John Bertsche, Mr. and Mrs. James Frye and his mother and Mrs. Bernard* Bertsche. CARD OF THANKS We want to thank our friends and former neighbors for the sympathy cards and prayers at '! the time of the death of our dau / ghteer, Carol Louise Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hanselman /: and family, Decatur. Closin00iOut Farm Sale 5 miles west of Pulaski on Elkhart Blacktop, then l mile north, 5 miles east of Elkhart, 1 mile north MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1961" Starting at II:00 A.M. 1955 FORD TON TRUCK WITH 8 x 10 KNAPHEIDE BED AND RACK FARM MACHINERY 630 J.D. tractor, like new (300 i rubber; Stan hoist; 46' 1rnl hours) full equip; I set J.D. wheel i Friend corn dump; 2 2.wheel weights; A.C. WD tractor, 2 sets trailers; 320-gal. gas tank and AC wheel weights; AC 4-row cult; stand; gas tank; 150.gaL 1958 M.F. combine No. 60 8' (ex-gas tank; Comfort covers for Allis cellent shape) ; New Idea corn & JD; 10' weeder; #2 Clipper Fall picker; JD 3-14 plow 55 A.B.H.; AC 3.14 mounted plow; JD RW 10' wheel disc; Oliver 8' tandem disc; #440 IHC 4.row corn plant- er; IH drill 16 runner double disc wth grass seeder; JD 4-see. harrow and evener; JD 7' No. 5 mower; 2 flare bed wagons on Mill; pump jack & 1[3 h.p. mota; bench grinder & h.p. motor; hp motor; bench vise; ." Dot- meyer elee. drill; post chili with bits; chair saw; Bachold weed mower with 6 h.p. motor; 60 5' steel fence posts; 1 lot wooden storm windows and screens. SOME CLOVER HAY & STRAW HOUSEHOLD GOODS Siegler oil burner with blower l nets; table and chairs; Jars; dish, and 275-gal. tank; Monarch oil: es; and items too numeretm to burner with blower; DuNubbinlmention. coal heater; davenport; 3 cabi- I HAROLD BRAUN will sell at same time and place -- 7 Head Pure BredHolstein Heifers; 3 large Springing Heif- ers; 4 Smaller Heifers. LAWRENCE WILHAM, r., will sell 80 head feeder CHARLES F. WAGNER will sell 13 ewes; I registered" Suffolk Ram. TERMS--Cash Day of Sale NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS Lunch*. Ladies Aid of Zion Lutheran Church of Mt. Pulaski JOHN LEGGETT, Owner CALL OR SEE carry a complete line of Bissell Products: Shampoo, Carpet Gene B. Howe Sweepers, Floor Washers, Etc. AUCTIONEER LINCOLN VACUUM CLEANER Complete Auction Service SALES & SERVICE Ph. 782.5345 . Mr..PulmdL ILL Phone 732-8106 Lincoln, 111. Please Call Harry Foster (tf) mmmmm mmmmmmm   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, bait, Boron, Manganese, Iron, Zinc, Copper. ROCKY LIMESTONE FORD COMPANY LINCOLN, ILL. PHONE 499 .--- CONTACT Ed l[lckey,  792.3227 Dean Wertl Buffalo 4-4517 Auctioneers: Gene Howe, Chcm Fuller Clerk: Austin Schaifenacker Chier: Farmers Break of Mt. Pulaski !!ii: K PHAT Soils low in phosphorus are short on yields. Short yields giveshort profits. Rock phosphate provides an economical way to supply the needed phosphorus. Your FS spreader service mk it possible' to spread high quality bulk rock phosphate in the right amount at the time you want it. 00See Your FS Salesmar00 r r f PHONE: LINCOLN 7"J2Jll$ LOGAN COUNTYFARM SERVICE