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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 DOLLAR -- Person whose name appears in our other two ads will be given one dollar if they call for it before next Wednesday. --Western Auto Asso. Store, Mt. Pulaski, Ill. FOR SALE COTTAGE with large living room, fire place, gas heat, full bath, on wooded 10 acres. 15 minutes drive from Mt. Pulaski. Priced to sell at once. ACRES, 5 miles from Assump- tion, Ill. Improved. $48,000. 90 acres near Browns- town, Ill., 1200 bu. corn, 400 bales hay, tractor outfit, corn dump, 4 head cattle, 27 head hogs, all for I16,000. (12-14)P HAVENER REALTY CO. Phone 792.5478 SALE: 2 building lots on East Cooke St.; also, 2 lots east of Fred Gaffney's home, all of Anna Schmitz estate. Please contact Mrs. Ruby Meister. Ph.! 792:3281. (tf) ! ALL WIZARD BATTER- recharged free if in passenger car service. Bring 'em (Santa) in. WESTERN AUTO ASSO- CIATE STORE. SALE: 1 nice stone veneer home; 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dining room, bath and shower. Everett Koehler, Phone 792- 5680. (tf) SALE: 15 acre farm 1 mile South of Boody. Produced 90-bu. corn, 53-bu. wheat, 35-bu. beans Per acre without fertilizer. Pric- ed $425 per acre. acre Missouri farm. Ideal livestock and grain. 400 acres tillable, all of which has had lime and phosphate; 10 room modern house, 3 barns, 2 Ear. ages, other outbuildings, all in good shape. Abundance of wat- er. Price, $140.00 per acre. acres, located on gravel road In Missouri. Woven-wire fences. All limed. 290 acres tillable. Improvements are 9-room house, barn, 10 metal bins, hog sheds, granary and other out-build- ings. Abundance of water. Pric- ed, $95,000. E. L. ROTHWELL Accredited Farm Broker Box 211 Mount Pulaski, IlL Phone 792.3225 (tf) NOTICES Winnow washing, floor huffing. Rates for regular custo- mers. Jack Walters, Illiopolis. Phone Hunley 63692. 12-21-P) SPACE TO RENT at Ryan Trailer Park, Mt. Pulaski. Also 4 room partly furnished tpstairs apartment, for two .dults, with all utilities furn- ished. See Jim Sos at Trailer lark or Phone 792-3295. 12-21) TREE SERVICE: Fully insured; free estimates. Carl Ingrain, Jr., Lincoln, Ill. Phone 732- 8394. (tf) RENT: Space on ,South Washington St., suitable for Office or Sales Room. Heat, lights furnished. Inquire Fran Phone 2-5476, Mount (tf) YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- LOWER PREMIUMS and you get them at Reeves Agency, Latham. Illinois. Phone G74- 5731. ( tf ) CARTER LUMBER CO. CARTER SAW MILL timbers, metal roofing, materials for every pressure treated lumber, post poles. Chain Saws, S99.50 & up U. S. HWY 66 R.R.# 5 SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS North of River TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1961.-9 CAN YOU USE $35-$50 a week in I Rabbit: A small animal with l Counter Attack: A bargain In addition to your present earn- Ihare-raislng experiences. [a department store. ings? Supply Consumers in Mt. Pulaski with large Rawleigh Line. Start earning immediate. ly. I'll help you get started. See or phone Carlyle Hullinger, 1334 Rutledge Drive, Lincoln, Ph. 732-6282, or write Rawleigh RACCOONS WANTED: $2. - $2.55. [ Dept. ILL-463-337, Freeport, Mink, $12 and $15. Rats, 65c I IlL 12-28(P) 80c. We prefer everything un- --  skinned. Eugene McDonald, l STOCSreOLDERS' Chatham. Phone 4800. (12-21) [ ANNUAL MEETING [ The annual meeting of the SWEEPERS 'Stockholders of the First Nation. 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 carry a complete line of Bissell Products: Shampoo, Carpet Sweep. ers, Floor Washers, Etc. LINCOLN VACUUM CLEANER SALES & SERVICE Phone 732.8106 Lincoln, IlL Please Call Harry Foster (tf) RADIO & TV REPAIRDon Leon. ard, South Spring St., Mount Pulaski, Ill. (tf) FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart- ment, 3 rooms, full bath. Heat, water and gas furnished. Bill Duhs, Phone 792-5770. (tf) SALE! SALE! SALE! ON WIZ. ARD BATTERIES 1 $4.00 TRADE. IN (CLAUS) LIMITED TIME. Western Auto Asso. Store. (tf) "NO HUNTING" SIGNS FOR SALE at the Times-News. The hunting season is just begin- ning. APARTMENT FOR RENT Ground floor, uptown. Dan Volle, Phone 792- 5211. (12-28P) HELP WANTED SALESMAN WANTED I will hire one man to sell and service our maintenance equip. ment in this area for the oldest and largest company in its field. This is an opportunity where you can make way above average earnings with all the fringe bane. fits. A station wagon or pickup preferred. Welding experience helpful but not necessary. Send full resume first letter. Reply Sales Manager, BOX 107 OREANA, ILLINOIS al Bank of Mount Pulaski, Ill- inois, for the election of directors and the transaction of any other business that may come before the meeting, willl be held at the office of said Bank on Tuesday the 9th day of January, 1962. John D. Biesemeier, (1.4) President. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 2317 Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the Ist day of January, A. D. 1962, is the claim date in the estate of Anna M. Glose, 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 before said date without the issuance of sum- ons. Pearl Glose, Executor. Lloyd F. Arnold, Attorney. (12-21) Seli it with a Classified Ad. |, Tommie Havener REALTY CO. Aty, Suburban mad Fmm Propt 311 Wast CoDlin St. Phone 2-5478. Mount Pulaski Thinking of having an AUCTION SALE ? CALL OR SEE Gene B. Howe AUCTIONEER Completo Auctiml Servico Ph. 792-5345 . Mr. ludm3 IlL The Cheeriest Of Greetings And Good Wishes To You, Our Friends and Members. May Your Holiday Season Be A Happy One, And The New Year Filled With Joy. Men, 'el Electric Cooperative Petersburg, Illinois %/, DARWIN TERWILLIGER FEEDS FAULTLESS Winter or summer, Faultless Feeds help Darwin Terwilliger, Stark County farmer, get the highest possible production from his dairy herd at the lowest possible cost. In the first nine months of this record year, Darwin's 15-ow Holstein herd averaged a return of $275 per cow above feed costs . . with milk bringing less than $3.00 per hundred. Oarwln laysl "In addition to lots of farm. grown roughage, our cows are fed cancan- trates according to their individual needs... depending on production and condition. "The concentrate mixture we use in pasture season consists of 2,800 pounds of cracked corn, 450 pounds of Faultless Dairy Balancer, 450 pounds of Faultless Rumen Booster, and 50 pounds of Faultless Minerals. In winter we use Faultless Milk Maker in place of the Dairy Balancer." For top profits, take a tlpfrom top farmers and feed Faultless... Available at II