Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 28, 1969 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, January 28, 1969
Page 13
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TtmSmr, ^ANtTARY 28, 1969 Lego! Notices lilt BEGinrER -NBWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 5-B IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS IN THE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE OF EDWARD MEL- ) TON JONES, DECEASED. ) NO. 6T-P-99 FUBMC NOTICE OF SALE OF KEAEt , ESTATE TO PAY DEBTS Public Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Decree entered in the above entitled cause on the 10th day of January, 1969, and filed the 10th day of January, 1969, L Samuel R. Jones, Administrator of the Estate of Edward Melton Jones, Deceased, will, at the hour of 11:00 A.M. in the forenoon, on Saturday, the 15th day of February;' 1969, at the South Door, of the County Court House in the City of Mt. Vernon, County of Jefferson and State of Illinois, sell at public vendue to the high est and best bidder or bidders, the hereinafter described real estate as follows: Lot Twenty (2Q) in James Webber's Third Addition to the Cfty of Mt. Vemon, except all coal, oil, and mineral rights underlying said lot, subject to the approval of Court, said, sale shall be made' as follows: sale will include all improvements' and appurtenances on said real estate, subject to general taxes now due, and otherwise free and clear of any and' all encumbrances whatsoever. The terms of said sale shall be cash. Bidders are advised to consult the Decree in the above entitled cause from which my authority is derived. Dated at Mt. Vernon, Illinois, this the 13th day of January, 1969. Samuel R. Jones, Administrator of the Estate of Edward Melton Jones, , Deceased. DOWELL & DO WELL Attorneys for Administrator HIT Harrison ML Vemon, Illinois Telephone: 1-28 M THE gRCUTT COURT FOR THE SSSCQMD JUDICAL ORCorr OF ILLINOIS JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS LEON F. KEHRER, ) Plaintiff, ) vs. ) CORLISS G» KEHRER, ) Defendant ) IN CHANCERY NO. 69-CH-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU, Corliss G. Kehrer, defendant, that tills case has been commenced in,this Court against you, asking for divorce and tor other relief. UNLESS YOU f2e your answer or otherwise file your appearance m thfe case in the office of the deric of this Court at the Jefferson County Court House, Mt. Vernon, Illinois, on or before February IT* 1969, A DECREE BY DEFAULT MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF ASKED IN THE COMPLAINT. Jerry B. Gott Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois Demetri Hassakis Attorney for Plaintiff 306 King City Federal Building 117 North 10th Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois Telephone: 244-0573 AC 618 1-28 CAUCUS NOTICE A caucus meeting will be held by the Rebublican Party of Moores Prairie Township, February 4, 1969 at 1p.m. at the i Moores Prairie Town House, for] the purpose; of nominating candidates Sar Supervisor, Town Clerk, and 3 Auditors.; Signed: Ac Page ; Town Clerk CAUCUS NOTICE A caucus meeting will be held by the Democratic Party of Moores Prairie Township, February 4, 1969 at 2 p.m. at the Moores Prairie Town House for the purpose of nominating candi- dateis for Supervisor, Town Clerk and 3 Auditors. Signed: Ac Page Town Clerk CAUCUS NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on Feb. 4, 1969 residents of Webber Township, Jefferson County will meet at the Village Hall to make nominations for the offices of Town Clerk, Assessor and Three Town Auditors. Democrats will meet at 3 P.M. Republicans will meet at 1 P.M. Board of Town Auditors Edward Williams, Town Clerk- The Book of Kelts is an Irish manuscript of the four gospels \which dates from about the 8th century. PRICE'S LIVESTOCK MKT. Salem, Illinois Tpp Prices Paid Thursday, Jan. 23 Fat Steers 39.00 Fat Heifers 28.00 Fat Holsteln Steers 35.00 Feeder Steers 30.00 Feeder Hellers 26.00 Veals 42.75 Bulla 28.00 Market Cows 19.00 Fat Hog* 20.60 ' Sows 10.80 Fat Lamb's 25.00 Horoscope Wednesday: You are nervous and disturbed today and tonight. You would be wise to plod along at the things you have agreed to do without making any fuss and irritating others. Promises may be broken but accept it philosophically. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19* Gadding about for any right purpose is fine provided you take it easy and know exactly what you are doing. Be more careful in driving or there is bound to be some serious accident. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Don't think that money can buy your way out of any difficult situation. Do what is ethical and all is wett.Be adroit with others in business affairs, or you! lose out. GEMINI' (May- 21 to June21) That feeling of restlessness can be cured if you get down, to some specific work, activity and persevere until it fa done, properly. Steer clear of the social. MOON CHILDREN' (June 22 to July 21) Although stumbling blocks are ior the path of yoer success with some project you started, stay wfth ft' and aB is fine. Assist those not so fortunate as Jou. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Although you want pal* to help you with some fine idea, don't force them since they are busy with own. affairs. Look into those aims that are about to mature. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Be sure you do those things that stamp you as as good' citizen, otherwise you lose the favor of higher- ups. Stay away from one who has been very hostile to you lately; LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Study further* that new idea you have but don't put it in operation as yet. Although others may be acting in a strange fashion, don't judge them harshly. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Your intuition is all wrong today and can get you into a lot of trouble if you follow it, especially where partners are concerned. Follow the orthodox. This is particularly true, where bookkeeping and emotions are concerned. 1 SAGITTARIUS (Nov.- 22 to Dec. 21) Be very gentle with standing. Y an associate or you make an cult to get enemy, since others are creat- terals you ing wrong impressions, feelings get. hurt Keeping promises is wise. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You are not as inspired as heretofore and find work a little difficult, but continue just the same. Improve your health. It's best to take it easy tonight and get some rest. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Put the brakes on all of that spending for fun or you will regret it later on. It's not worth what it costs. A smile will get you far today instead. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) I i Why try to force kin to do what you desire instead of coming to a fine, cooperative under- ou may find it diffi- striking goods, ma- need. Huge Dairy Barn Burns; Cows Saved 3YR0N, 111. (AP) Fii-e crews stood by throughout the night to guard against further outbreaks in a fire which deployed the huge main barn of a huge dairy farm which stccked a prize herd. The blaze was discovered at 1 p .m. Sunday and damaged other buildings before it was brought under control three hours later. The farm, north of Byron on Illinois 2, is owned by Richard McLaughlin. It has been a landmark since it was built in 1919. Ot finally it was part of the hupe McCormick Estate, a na-re well known in the area. McLaughlin said damage would exceed $130,000. Firemen from nine communities besides Byron fought the t l.'ze, which was said to have vnited in a hub where the electrical milking apparatus was noused. The herd of 20Q cattle was led to saiety. One week earlier, fire did •f .30 000 damage to the main i-nrn of the Muller Pfnehurst da'ry farm southwest off Rock- ft rd near the McLaughlin farm, before firemen brought it under control. That farm also stroked a prize herd. Mt. Waileale, on t&e island of Kauai, Hawii, is regarded as the world's rainiest place. Jefta Harris . 1005 Main 244-1636 Herbert Page Page insurance Agency No. 54 Crewnview Phone 242-5191 There are at least 11 good reasons for insuring your car, home, or business through a man who displays this seal. Robert D. Ward Insurance Agency 8th and Main — 244-3000 Joe Martin Joe Martin Ins. Agency 1110 Main — 244-2800 Will you get these benefits If you buy insurance directly from some companies? An independent agent represents several insurance companies; therefore he's able to do the following: * He selects the right policies for you— from a wide variety of possibilities. 4% He gives you impartial advice. Can a company salesman be impartial? He helps you with claim details when <e% ; you have a loss. You don't deal with ^ the insurance company adjuster alone. He makes sure you are paid promptly, 4 fairly. An independent agent is on your side. § He gives continuous, personal service. 6 He represents only strong, reliable companies. *J is alert to new developments. Q He knows local conditions. ^ He is professionally trained. 10 ^ e * s ava il a kle day and night. He has 150,00(1 associates coast to J J coast who will give you help at any time. As independent insurance agents we'll be happy to put these .11 reasons to work for you—to tailor car, home, or business insurance to your specific needs. Call us any time. Roger E. Webb Webb Insurance 715 Main—-242-0516 OrvlHeDonoho Donoho Insurance Agency Highway 15 East Mt. Vernon Phone 242-3179 and Bluford 737-8233 REMEMBER THAT THE BIG DIFFERENCE IN INSURANCE SHOWS UP AFTER YOU BUY THE,POLICY...AFTER YOU FILE A CLAIM! Maurice Estev Estes Insurance Agency 309 Perkins Avenue Phone 244-1502 W. B. Caesar Carr Welborn & Can Ins. Agency 311 Broadway — 242-1190 Charles Lee Lee Insurance Agency 1008% Main — 244-2940

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