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Council Grove Republican from Council Grove, Kansas • Page 3

Council Grove Republican from Council Grove, Kansas • Page 3

Council Grove, Kansas
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1 PAGE THREE COUNCIL GROVE (KANSAS) REPUBLICAN FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 147 Read The WANT ADS NYLONS FROM CORNCOBS Tt PAYS REMEMBER Pirtle lor Abstracts. 21-10p VACATION AT Lawrence Easter vacation at will start Wednesday noon continue until' morning classes Apr 8th. The city schools will dismiss Thursday evening to allow all teachers to spend Easter at home.

OFFER LONG LEASE Lawrence Industrialists wanting a sprawling plant with ample water supplies will be able to lease the Sunflower ordnance plant at DeSota for 15 yea. That Is the period over the government has announced the leases can run. They are cancelable in case of war. it's Mmism. FOR FASTER START! Tests Show GREATER CAIN AT LESS FEED COST Pound of Gain Than Same Feed In Mash or Pellet Form which was organized in 1912.

On Feb 25. 1890, she was married to John Stephenson, to which union was born two daughters, Mrs Mattie Rioth of Council Grove and Mrs Josie Wigle of Wilsey. In the spring of 1892 the Steph-ensons moved to Plymouth Co, Iowa, living there until Dec. 1902, except for one year spent in South Dakota, then moving to Halespell, Montana. In Aug 1909 they eturncd to Morris Co, Kansas, locating' on a farm 4 miles east of Wilsey where on Sept.

12, 1928 her husband preceded her in death, since which time she has made her home with her daughter, Mattie. During about 12 years of this time she did prac: tical nursing. Besides her daughters and husband she leaves to mourn her departure five grandchildren, LaW-ence and Marion Rioth, Ina, Earl ond Beulah Wigle, also two great grandchildren, Leonard Rioth and Malonne Rioth. One grandson, Robert Edwin Wigle preceded her ill death on Oct 31, 1920. Two bro-, thers, Henry Tebow of Pasadena, and George Tebow of Sherman, Texas.

Two sisters, Mrs Flora McCorkill of Elk City, Kan. and Mrs Ollie Adams of Longmont, and nieces and nephews and a host of friends. She will bo sadly missed by all but we cannot wish her back for what is our loss is heavens gain. 67-lp Barley for sale et Hammer Coal and Grain Co. S83c NEW PARKING METHpD Herington This city, which still permits center parking on its main 'street will soon fix fiO-degree, stalls at the curb.

The wide angles will permit easier parking when cars are in the center of the street and make vision Jbetter when backing. NEW. QUARRY PRODUCT Junction City A new type of stone building block with a sheared face Is to be produced from the quarries. A machine for shearing the building face will have a 60 ton. pressure.

LOST. MUCH LUMBER Salina-r-A- million feet of lumber was destroyed in the fire which did $75,000 damage to a1 local planing, mill last week. Machinery which was removed ahead of the flames is operating in a new building today. A new site has been purchased and a new plant will be erected. The Sublette Monitor will appreciate spring if it can be squeezed in between winter and summer.

It has been suggested that when the present divorce -wave subsides, should publish a "Who's Whose?" Macksville Enterprise. The United States is on the verge 'of prodiiicing timber than ver toefore. the Presidential notes Kenneth Friedel. The Community High School reporter in the Nickerson Argosy gets about as much fun watching the girls at a basketball jame as from the game itself. STATE FOLLOWS NEW DEAL? For years while federal taxes were being increased rrtate taxes were held at a low level in Kansas.

Now congress is engaged in an effort to reduce federal taxes. At the same time the stat is undertaking new expenditures almost certain to necessitate higher state taxes than Kansans ever have paid before. It appears that the roles of the national and state governments in taxation are about to be reversed, fears Joe Murray. SKIflflER PRODUCE GROCERY 'McGRElV'S SINCLAIR' I nouiiCES i HERE IT IS, KIDS FREE one stick Of BUBBLE GUM GIVEN with Each Gallon of Gas Purchased at My Station SATURDAY. APRIL 5th v.

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'A fi "RED HOT" $4,000.00 DOLLAR 1 CLEARANCE TIRE TUBE SALE For the remainder of this month I have away my price list and am using Montgomery Ward catalogue prices on all Tires and Tubes in toeK, plus per lira for age- and mounting on vehicle, Present stock includes a good number of six-ply casings, some mud grips. Come in and get these bargains. Let's don't say we can buy cheaper at Montgomery Ward's. FtlcGrew's Sinclair Service Opposite Post Office Manhattan The state agricultural college is interested in completion of a million dollar research experiment in Oklahoma City by DuPont for producing nylon hose frony corncobs. Nylon was originally derived from the components of coal, air and water.

Now petroleum is used along with coal. Experiment shows that corn cobs, cotton seed or oats hulls and rice bran will give an inexhaustible supplemental supply of ingredients needed for TEXT BOOKS HIGH Manhattan Text books for I's attending the state agricultural college have cost the government about $180,000 since last September. Veterans on practical training jobs are entitled to a maximum of $100 worth of booys. TEENAGE BALL TEAMS Burlington A teenage ball team for the summer vacation has been formed among high school boys here with the first game scheduled for Mar 30. If enough teams can be interested a junior league will be organized.

BUTTONS TO MASONS Clay Center Twenty five year buttons have been presented to Dr. Croson and six other members of the Blue lodge here. The presentation was made by the grand paster from Wichita. REFUNDS OF $300,000 Lawrence Natural gas users here will receive $300,000 in refunds from a settlement of rate litigation that has been in progress against Cities Service since 1943, New and lower rates go into effect in town immediately, but the refunds will cover all gas used in the last three years. FOUND Guernsey milk cow.

O. C. McNeal, Route 6, Council Grove. 66-3p MISCELLANEOUS Regular Meeting American War Dads, Monday Night 8 o'clock. 68-2c FARMERS LOOK It is strange but true We loan you money to get you out of debt.

See us at P.C.A. office at Council Grove on Saturday or any day at Herington and we will explain to you how we can do it. NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION, Mott, Secretary-Treasurer. 68-lc Rag rug weaving done at my home, 5 miles of Council Grow. Phone 45F9.

Mrs. Bryce Bettles. 67-6p Construction WorkConcrete our specialty. Any kind, Anywhere, Anytime. Don Meath, Phone 356.

66-3p Would butcher some prime steer beef on orders. For locker customers. li Curtis Dunlap. tf-c $2 A YEAR is what it costs to keep a rat. Kill your rats quickly with ANTURATE the Dr Hess formulation of antu new rat poison everybody is talking about.

More effective than other rat poisons. Safe. Satisfaction guaranteed FERGUSON'S CUT-RATE REX- ALL DRUGS. 65-5c -NOTICE We have your good Pioneer Seed Corn on hand now. this territory, 300 for bottom and 332 ior semi or upland.

Phone in any orders, we will reserve it ior you. yf. L. YOUNG. LET US HELP SAUEYOUR DAB We have expert mechanics, up-to-date tools and equipment and an ample slock of genuine Chevrolet parts.

Come In 'flaiw BERT GRflUEL CHEVROLET 7 LOST Strayed or Stolen, 1 Guernsey cow from my pasture. Bob Alexander. 66-3p WANTED Alan wanted. The oldest, largest and most successful company of its kind on earth offers an unusually fine opportunity for an honest and industrious man to get into an independent and profitable business of his own, in south of Morris County. Must have car.

No experience nor capital required. We have helped thousands of men to success. Write clo The Republican. 68-lp Part time work house cleaning or care of children. Phone 183W.

67-3p Lady to do telephoning from her home, announcing a free service. Box clo this paper. 66-3p Oats, Ear Corn, Milo, Kaffir, good prices; Phone 101, SIGLE GR' IN White City, Kansas. tfc Bee and Horse Hides. Gilman Locker Service.

21-tf Beef and horse hides; waste fat and grease of any kind. Pullins Zero Lockers. 6-tf Will pay $1.50 per 100 for horses. Call Baker Axe, phone 206W. Plant your garden from our -complete line of Barteldes Bulk Seeds.

Skinner Produce and Grocery. 59-9c FOR REM 60-acre farm, close in on gravel OR might rent house separately. Ph. 174B, Geo. Crowley.

68-3p FOR SALE 65 HP Com. J-3 Piper Cub. Exceptional good flyer. Gets in and out of small fields. $1050.00.

Ph. 181. Harry Shepherd. 68-3c IHC tractor mower; fits or tt Ralph Richards, C. G.

68-3p Electric motors, 16 and Vi horse power. A Gilman, 314 Hock-aday. 68-3c Hereford Bulls, from 12 to 15 months old. Reg. Price reasonable.

Pritchard, Dunlap, Phone 16 on 6. 68-5p Used car battery, in good condition. Bill Henry, Phone 428 B. 68-3c Hedge all sizes 6 to I6V2 ft. Joe Pride and Jack Woods, Dwifht phones.

68-3c '34 Ford pickup; Also Jayhawk haystacker; 1 black work mare. Dale Herpich, White City phone. 68-3p Five yr. old horse; Holslein cow, 4 Primrose separator; Maytag washing machine. J.

M. Len-tell, Wilsey Ph. 67-3p Lathe, Logan. 10-inch, new this year, with all attachments. R.

N. Laher, 100 E. Main, Herington. 67-3p Three steers and a milk cow or will trade steers for heifers. Alfred Campbell, Wilsey.

67-3p Pile of second hand lumber. Bill Henry, Phone 428B. 67-3p FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY 8 lots, ideal building spot. Phone 343, Mrs Frank Janzen, 323 Preston. 67-3c At Community Sale Saturday, '39 Pick-up, excellent condition, '45 motor.

66-3p 75Ib" size Coolerator, ice box, kitchenette size range, James way brooder 500 size. Zenith Battery console model radio. See at 27 N. Washington. C.

W. Baker, Phone J8X. 66-3p Electric cabinet radio, in good con-dition. Mrs. N.

L. Kern, White City, Ph. 74. 66-3c Good ice refrigerator, 100-lb. capacity.

Can be seen at Rumsey White. O. L. Burnett. 66-3x Dempster 2-row lister, in good condition.

Milan Harkness, Delavan, Ks. 66-3p Copper clad cook stove, new grates. Coal heater in good condition. Ph. 22 6.

J. Jorgensen 66-3p International Farmall regular trac-tor and cultivator in good con- dition. Or will trade for livestock. Also 100-lb size Coolerator refrigerator. R.

L. Gant, Wilsey. 66-fr- Everbearirig strawberry plants, 10 for $2.50. Grubaugh, 2V miles east. 66-3p SUNFLOWER CHICKS, top qual-ity at a good price, call, write, or see us.

Phone 101. SIGLE GRAIN White City, Kans. 47-tfc Fur wuick tale, list your Real Estate with Harry Becker- 25-tl We have on hand Funk's Hybrid and K. K. Hybrid seed corn; also new crop Barteldes garden seed.

BURTON'S FEED STORE. 58-15C New Mc Cormick Deeriing single-row power-drive corn binder New McCormick-Deering hay loader New McCormick-Deering 10 power-drive grain binder Used McCormick-Deering 6-ft. horse mower Used No. 4-A McCormick-Deering tractor stalk cutter Used McCormick-Deering electric cream separator COOLIDGE" IMPLEMENT CO. "Your McCormick-Deering Dealer' '41 Plymouth 2-door and '41 Oldi.

Torpedo 2-door. Both extra Call afjer 6 p. Apartment 18, Cottage Hotel. Geo. Bolton.

5-4p HEARD COEDS SING Topeka A coed quartet frorn, U. was brought here last week to sing in the various wards of Winter General hospital for disabled veterans under the chaper-onage -of Mrs Kelvin Hoover of the Red Cross. EIGHT TRAFFIC ARRESTS Salina Lt Clifford Lucas of Junction City was arrested for reckless driving and released on bond with seven others taken into custody for traffic violations yes terday. OBITUARY Bertha May Tebow was born in Elizabethtown, Ohio, Jan 27, 1870 and passed away from this life Mar 1G, 1947 at the age of 77 years, I month and 18 dnys. Wher only a few months old, she came with her parents to Valley Falls, Kansas, living there until the summer of 18P4, at which time $he Tebow family came4 to Morris Co.

locating in the Grandview community near Delavan, where she grew to womanhood. At the age of 16 she accepted Christ and joined with the church at Olive Branch. Later transfering her membership to various churches where she has lived, he was a member of the Wilsey church at the time of her She was one of the charter members of the Helmick WCTU NOTICE OF HEARING Before the State Corporation Commission of Kansas In the matter of the ap- plication of "Parkerville Mutual Telephone Com- pany for authority to Docket make certain changes in No. 32, rates for telephone" service at Parkerville, Kansas. 777-U The above-entitled matter has been assigned for hearing before the State Corporation Commission at its offices, 503 Kansas Avenue, Topeka Kansas, on Monday, April 14, 1947, at 10:00 o'clock a.

m. (Signed) W. F. Turrentine, Secretary for the Commission. Dcted at Topeka, Kansas March 10, 1947 Parkerville Mutual Telephone Parkerville, Kans V.

O. Moore, Pres. C. W. Beck, Secy.

(Published -April 4, 1947) 4v; Home Keating Quality Appliances SERVEL ELECTROLUX CHAMBERS "DUTCH OVEN" FLORENCE TEMCO GROVE RUMSEY HEADQUARTERS For PROPANE GAS PLANTS and GAS APPLIANCES Marlin Constance BROWN BROWN ATTORNEY S-AT-LAW 1st door South of Farmers Drovers Bank Phone 73 EMPORIA MONUMENT CO. RAY RATCH Will call in person on all who write or call us. 405 ELM PHONE 8060 cxxiixixxxixxxxxxxrxxnxa DR. HESS A LIQUID PAINT 'tOR DEHORNING YOUNG CALVES I. Effectively slops horn growth.

A dry -eschar forms and slouqhs off, taking horn button with it. 2. Easily clip the bair and brush it on. 3. Dries quickly, forms a tough film, adheres firmly.

4. Unlike austic sticks and pastes containing hydroxides, POL does not extract fluids -from tissues; hence, treated areas do not "ooze" and cause injury to eyes or of calf. 5. No injury 16 other calves or to nurse -cow's flanks ox udder. S.

Neither toxic nor painful to treated animaL One Bottle Treats 10. Calves Costs 10c a Calf MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE FERGUSON REXRLL DRUGS Cut Rate Prices tiXtlTTlTTTTTTTTTTIXTXTrT COOLIDGE You are always hearing of new waysto make money and of handling it after you get it but RE? MEMBER that "old reliable guide book to better days is your BANK BOOK. The Farmers Another Carload' of Propane "Homegas" plants expected in soon. These plants will be 500 and 1,000 gallon sizes. Furnaces, Gas Ranges, Gas Refrigerators, and Gas Water Heaters are still very scarce and allocated, so we advise you to BUY NOW.

Let GAS 63 Your 4Mig Jobs KOURS 1QQ When your tractor Drovers Bank MEMBER I FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPl (rBNUINB! was new, it had 100 genuine 1H part COMPANY Rdrigerstlsn 3R3 tasking These nationally known handled exclusively COLEMAN WARD'S FAIRBANKS MORSE MONARCH a. y. Mcdonald throughout. And that's a mighty good way to keep it. Don't replace your iH magneto just because It needs little work done on it.

Bring it in and let us adjust it for you. And use genuine IH purolators to keep your tractor oil clean. You we can supply you any IH parts for your tractor and implements, if you just give us a little advance notice. Most parts, wc keep right here io stodt. Mccormick-DEERiNG machines PARTS AND SERVICE We invite you to see these fine 'appliances in our new Department.


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