The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on December 27, 1944 · Page 5
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TOLA, KANSAS THE lOLA REGISTER, WEpNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 27.1944. PAGE FIVE Classified Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS Cemios Sales Dates TUESDAY, JAN. 9—MlUhoiland and Wolford sale, 5 miles southeast Humboldt, at 11 a. m. See large ids m Jlegister December 27, Jan- 'v5^y_* ^^'"AUTOMOTIVE fr-AatoniebUM For Bale '35 V-8 for sale or trade; good condition. Phone ,160, Moran. COMPLETE STOCK Of Genuine Ford and ; Ford Tractor Pai-ts. Ford Batteries, Ford Antl-freeze. Authorized Pdrd Repair Service. ELLIOTT MOTOR CO. Phone 893 205 S. Jefferson '42 PACKARD SEDAN; '37 Bulck sedan: "35 Ford .-sedan; '37 Chrysler sedan: '34 Dodge pickup. Cash for used cars.-Logan Reynolds, 203 South Washington. Phone 751. WE HAVE MECHANICS AVAILABLE IN OUR IMPLEMENT DEFT to work oh your tractors :and farm machinery. BUD WHITE IMPIEMENT DEPT. Sales-—John Deere Service HALF TON TRUCK for sale. J. W. •l«hinan,_501_North_Walnut. S— .^nto Accessorieih Tlreai, FUto ;Anti-Preeze, Sl.OO Gallon. , WILSONSERVICE : ;• 301 North Washington GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAQl .817 South St.—Phone SOS BUSINESS SERVICE 9—SJervices Offered I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and crat:ked block-s for 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Service .station and grocery for .sale. Ed He.ss, 823 South Washington. QUICKIES By Ken Re3^olds "With the milking machine broken—you'll have to find someone with a Register Want Ad that remembers how to milk a cow!" MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For S»le PEED GRINDER—Jersey milk cow, timothy seed, 10 ft. disk. P. S. Quiggle, U> mile north Carlyle. GOOD USED CLOTHES of all - kinds. Suits, coats, dresses, formals, shoes, etc. 702 North Walnut. TWO TUBS on standard; kitchen cabinet. 618 South Walnut. 2 WHEEL TRAILER—Good tires, patent hitch. 311 North Buckeye. PASSENGER TrUE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire RecapiMng. i TRACTOR •hre Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Stort Floyd "Chlg" Mann x05 East St. Hione 156 12-A JOHN DEERE combine. No. Ill Letz roughage mill: 3 year old Shorthorn bull, for sale. R. I.f. Moore, Bronson. 27—Feed, Fuel, FertlUzera I' RULING — Local and' long dls- 'tance; also hauling stock to Kansas City. Earnest Tipple. Phone 1200.' MASSEY-HARRIS • ' MACHINERY ; Parts nnd Service mSER IMPLEMENT CO. 22i N. Jefferson Phone 63 EMPLOYMENT l^-IIelp Wanted—Female GIRL OR WOMAN wanted immediately to do washings at the Idhal Laundry. HOUSEKEEPER wanted at North Walnut. Phone 660J. 501 LADY to do hoiiaework, days only; Excellent wages. Phone 772 WAl?rrED;—A maid. lola Hotel. li^Heip Wanted—Male WANT JOB as truck driver; recently .been discharged from army. Write Box 88, care Register. "~^~TINANCIAL IS—Money to Loan—Insurance INSURANCE. Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary PuW The R. L. Thompson Agem^i JI^ijRANCE, Real Estate, Bonds', Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Fjjnk. _^ LIVESTOCK 21 .-Borses. Cattle, Miscellaneons- SMOOTH MOUTH HORSE, and m(Ue for sale cheap. south of Ume Elm. A. J. Rogers. SELL OR TRADE—Fresh cow, will sell or buy match for nice straw- b<TTy roan horse. WilUam Stafr foi-d. TWO GOOD MILK COWS; one hiARvy springer. W. A. Braun, 3 'i' •miles northwest condensery. Phone 9£7F31. WHITEPACE. STEERS: 12 cominig yi'^rlings; 12 coming 2 years; 3 mules; 1 horse-2 gin. 6 month.?, stile or trade. Julius Baker, 2 south, 6 west Humboldt. 2t—Fonltry and LIOS-COLDS— Use Goodseli's Roost PAlnt to rid your chickens ol lice. Use Kre-O-Kol for colds. Bee Gbodsell Hatchery, Gas City, Kas. NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brood> ' fc; stoves; gas, electric, and oil. J/uy early. Limited supply of each. Taylbr Hatcheries. COAL for sale, any amount: free delivery. Don Parnsworth, 20 Scott street. 10 TON PRAIRIE HAY, July cut, for sale. Half north, half west Geneva. Bernard McAloon. 18% IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00 cwt. lola Milling Co. 28—Hensehoid Goods WE BUY, TRADE, sell, household goods and other articles. Hen- nlnger's, West Madison. ROPER GAS RANGE, used, $3:. See. at Shannon Hardware. WE BUY, SELlf. and exchange furniture, stoves, sewing machines. Curtis Furniture. 8-PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE for sale. Mrs. Homer Duggan, 208. South Walnut. 32—Wanted— To Bny FURS AND HIDES wiU be at Hordes Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. ONE 11.00x38 tractor tire and tube: also set of rear F-I2 Farmall steel wheels. C. R. Morrison, Moran. ROOMSFORRENT 34—Apartments and Flats WELL FURNISHED modem home, 4 rooms, closed in back porch. 305 South State. Phone 1234. Real Estate for Rent 37—Henses For Emt MODERN HOUSE, 6 rooms, furnished or partly furnished. Phone 1440. Real Estate for Sale 40—Farms and Land For Sale 80 ACRES—Well improved, to settle estate; S'i miles southwest of lola; rock road, electricity, gas. Georgia Bryant, 309 South Elm. 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house, mile east of Leanna ts on-north line of farm. This fai-m has always been paying good rate of interest rented. Price $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. 41—Honses For Sale 4-ROOM HOUSE, garage, coal shed, at 709 South Walnut. Inquire 50C South Fh-st. 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, South .Cottonwood. Can be used as duplex; lias two complete baths: built-ins; redecorated throughout, including all new light fixtmes and linoleums. Cash, terms or trade. Logan Reynolds. Phone 761. HERE TODAY! ^he Large Size 200-Lb. Warm Morning Heaters, Hog Feeders, Wind Mills, Hammfcr Mills, 26-inch to 48-inch 'Field Fencing, 12-inch to 60-inch Poultry Netting. STOVES, STQVES, STOVES! SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE LEGAL (First published in The lola Register, Dec. 120, 1944.) IN THE PROBATE COURT. OF ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. Estate of Henry Elmer Johnson, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas, to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that the undersigned, a creditor, has filed Ills petition in said Court, praying the Court for administration of. said Estate of Henry Elmer John- .son, Deceased, and for the appointment of an administrator of said estate and you must file your written defenses thereto on or before 12th January, 1945, at 10 o'clock A. M., in said Court, in the City of lola, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein judgment and decree will be entered In due cour.'se upon said petition. Dated December 20th, 1944. C. M. RALSTON, Petitioner. (12)-20-27 (l)-3 (First Published in The lola Register December '20. 1&44.) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT —Administratrix. STATE OP KANSAS, ALLEN COUNTY, f«. In the Probate Conrt of said County In the Matter of the Estate cf Delia Adams. Deceased, Late at Mien County. Kansas. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO the creditors, heirs, devisees, legatees and all others concerned, that on December 15. 1944, the undersigned was. b3- the Probate Court ot Allen County. Kan.sas, duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Delia Adams, deceased, late of Allen County, Kansas. All parties interested in said estate will take notice, and govern themselves accordingly. All demands not exhibited within nine months from the date of tlie first publication of the above notice .shall be forever barred. JOETTA CAMPBELL, Administratrix. Attest: A. M. DUNLAP, Probate Judge. PRANK W. TAYLOR. Attorney. (12.' 20-27 (1) 3. USE; REGiSTEtl WANir-ADS TBSt PATj (Minimum 15 Words) ONE DAY: Per word _2c THREE DAYS: Per word pef' day J lUo SIX DA-YS: r Per word per day, Ic DISPLAY RATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE DAY: Per inch THREE DAYS: Per inch ..50c ..460 CONTRACT RATES (Minimufll 3 Unes) 26 DAYS: \ Per line per'day ._ — 4c (9 lines to the inch) CLOSING rmE Want Ads will be accepted until 1 p. m. for ihat day's insertion except Saturday when they must be? received by 10 a. m. i PHdNE 18 LEGAL city of lola, Kansas, i^t which tiiho and place said (^se will be heai'd. Should you fail= therein, Judgmeht and decree will 'be entered in.'dUe course upon said iJetition. MARY BELL 5LOAW DECKER, Petltionsjr. PRANK W. TAYLOR,. Atty. for Petitioner. ' (12) 20-27 (1) 3.< (First Published m The lola Register December 13; 1944.) NOTICE OF APPO .INTMENT' —^Execntri^. STATE OF KANSAS,ALLEN COUNT^, ss. , In the Probate Court said County In the Matter of th^ Estate of J. Lee Releford, Deceased, late of Allen County, Kansas. * NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO the creditors, hefrs, devisees, legatees and all others concejined. that -on December 12. 1944, thj undersigi^ed was, by the Pro&ate Court of Allen County. Kansas, duly ippotated t(nd (jualifled as Executrix of the estiite of J. Lee Releford, deceased, late of Allen CJounty, Kansas. All parties interested in said esfciite will take noticcj and ^govern themselves accordingly. AU demands "i^ot exhibited within nine months frtim the date of the ..first publication,, ot the above notice shall be foreV^ barred. ELLEN R. RELEFORD, Executrix. Attest: A. M. DUNLAP, Pr(*ate "Judge. ' PRANK W. TAYLOR, . • -Attorney. (12) 13-20-27. ^ (First Published in The lola Register December 20, 1944.) State of Kansas, Allen County, ss, : In the Probate Court of said County and State. In the Matter of the Estate of E. P. Sloan, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been flled»in said Court by Mary Bell Sloan DecKer praying lor, that the descent of the South West Quarter of Section 8, Township 24, Range 18, Allen County, Kansas, from the said E. P. Sloan, deceased, and owned by hhn at the time of his death be determined and ttiat the same be assigned to the persons entitled thereto and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before (First Published- in The lola Register December 13, 1944.) In the Probaie Conrt of AUan County, K^sas In the Matter of the Estate of Edward M. Babcock,. Deceased. NOTICE OF REARING The State of Kansas to all persons ] concerned: . '• : You are hereby luitified thjit a petition has been filed in said .Oourfc by Uoyd Wilson, , administrator, praying for an > order settling arid allowing his acfjounts as such; administrator, detomintag descent and heirship, orderbig distribution 6f said estate and dLschs.rglng . said administrator and his sureties,- and you are hereby requhed to-file your written defenses ^ther^to on or before Friday, January 5, ;>1945, at 2:00 P. M. of said day: in sjdd Comt in the City of lola, KJ^as,'at wliich-time and place said cause-will be heard. Should you fall therein, jud^eht and decree will; be (jntered in dUe course upon .sa|d petition. Witness my hand in the .Citywf lola in said county and state this December 13. 1944. LtOYU -WILSON, :' : Petitioner. SPENCER A. QARD; Attorney for Petitioner. V12) 13-20-27. ; • Januarj- 12, 1945, at .2 o'clock P. M., of said day, in said Court, in the pearance at all "official functions. "PRESIDENT'S^ OWSl" The U. S. Miirlne Ctorps band! became known as tlje "President's Own" when President John Adams set a precedent; and ordered its'ap- uocukmpmum OradadEggs: No. 1 „„ -..3SC No. 2 ; 33c Checks - 51c Ungraded .J. .\ -36c No, 1 Btttterf a« ^470 No. a Butterft* :_ 44c Bmti Cnam'^ — : —60e Hens, 4-5 Ita. : _- aoc No. 1 Ugbt Hons, ^mder 4 Ita—18c Heavy bred spislstA, 2 lbs. up —He Ugbt springs, % Ibi and up 3Sc All cocks uid stags, U>. —: 14c All classes No<3 Pttuttry, So lb. less Green Hides -lOc Kansas City Vioiupe Kansas City,, Dec. 27. (AP)—Produce: AU prices unchanged. Kansas City C^rahi Kansas City, Dec. '27. (Apt— Wheat: No. 2 dark hard 1.60'i-1.68; No. 2 red 1.70 rt.. v Corn: No. 2"white 1.27%; No. 2 yellow 1.12%; No.' 2 mixed nom. 1.12Vi-1.13%. ' Oats: No. 2 .white nom. 73-77. Mllo maize: 1.77-1.86. Kafir: 1:83. Rye: Nom. 1.07-J.09. Barley: Nom.) 94.1.09. Kansas City Eftinsated Receipts Kansas City, ^Dec. 27. (AP)—Advance estimated livestock receipts for tomorrow. Cattle 2,500; calves 600; hogs 2,000; sheep 4,000. Kansas City Livestbck Close Kansas City, Dec). 27. (AP)—Cattle: Slaughter steecs closed draggy, weak to 25 lower; about one-fourth of supply sold;at 1 p. m.; heifers steady; scatter&d sales common and medium steers- 10.00-12.50; small lots caimer and common 7.00-9.50; load lots of heifevs mainly good grade at 12.00^14.00; load of good 807 lb. white fgce stcok steers 12.25. Hogs: Unchanged. * Sheep: Closing fairly active, killing classes steady to 25 higher: good and choice wheat pasture lambs 14.50; others H.0f)-25; good and choice truck in natives 13.25; good and choice yearling 11.75-12.00; medium and good shipments 10.75; top ewes 7.00; others 6.65. Kansas City Livestock Kansas City, Dec. 27. (AP»— (WPA)—Cattle 7000; calves 800; slaughter stcer^s apd yearlings slow, early sales about steady but under- "It's nice, Lambykins, but I'd rather have a nice cnrton of matched cigarets!" tone weak; cows strong to 25 higher; full advance on cutter to good grade; bulls, vealers and calves fully steady; two loads good steers 15 .00; numerous loads medium and good grades 12.75-14.50; little done on conunon offerings; package choice mixed yearlings 15.00; few loads good heifers and mixed yearlings 13.00-50: common and medium heifers largely 8.25-10.50; load good cows 11.60; most common and medium 8.00-10.75; medium and good sausage bulls 9 .25-11.00; few- beef kind 11.50-12.00; good and choice vealers 12.00-14.00; choice heavy slaughter calves to 13.50; medium and good 10.25-1250; very little replacement cattle offered. Hogs:: 2500; active, fully steady at mostly ceiling levels; good and choice 180 lb. up 14.50; sows mostly 13.75. Sheep: 6000; slow, opening sales killing classes steady; good and choice truck in native Iambs 13 .25; best fed lots held above 14 .25; good and choice yearlings 11.75; common lots to 9.00; early top ewes 6.66. CASH for DEAD Horses * Cattle • Hogs 0 ^11 R'S^ Phone 09 J CM'Pct OM lOLA Benning, Georgia, stating that he is expecting to arrive here soon for a visit. i : W. M. Mullins underwent an ' emergency operation for appendi: citis last Wednesday at the St. I John's hospitai. He i,^ recovering —. ] .sati.-factorih- at this time. GAS CITY, Dec. 26—Mr. audi Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mo.s.s and Mrs. Merrill Goodsell entertained! Merle and Betty from Toronto were Symday in honor of the sixth birth- Events day of their daughter, Shhley. Mrs, Chris!;mas dinner gue.'^ts of Earnest Foster and children. A. F. Holtcn .and daughter, Peru. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. | Mrs. John Tliomas and Mr. and A,*^ M. Goodsell and Mr. and Mrs. i Mr.s. O. N. Pope, employees at the Allan Ensmlnger. The occasion also honored the bhthday of Mr. Ehs- minger. Miss Josephine Weith from near ; Ordnance Works near wore hero to .spend Sunflower Lawrence, Christmas. Mrs. Bert Damitz is .spending the holidays visiting her .^bn. Dr. Harin Baxter LuHarpe was a Sunday dinner guest vey Bogan and family ot Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood. i Sprmgs, Kansas. jMiss Violet Holten spent Sunday in; lola with Mrs. Wilbur Earl. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dlckerson received a telegram from their son. Colonel Albert Dlckerson, in Ft. Archeolofrit.ss in NrK\Td;'. discovered a basket of necoj^' c*U''':-; used Ly Indian hunitrs .scvtriil cfntuneri nyo. FREE REMOVAL -OF-Dead Hones - Cattle l^^gs HUJf SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EXHOSiV€S Telephone 638 ^ola lOLA RENI^Bim WORKS WASH TtJBBS rSvMLV A FEV^/ FlfiHTERfi 6ET OFF THE cSROUNO BBFORE THE SfKP PLANES RAAR IW OVER E/i^VS BASE Happy Hunting BY LESLIE TURNER RED RYpER More, Urgent BY FKKl) HAK.MA.N "-. 'PLACE ^:t^51.'TM' POKi'T FOe6ET TO ^^i INCLUPE A WAR BOMC? IN VOUft USrOfH ^W YEAR 'So I can take Uie fiirl friend latoftg FRECKtES AND HIS FRIENDS Crawl, Pal BY MERRILL BljOSSER GOSH . vJHAT'ASiB ^ JAODERN PAKEf/.S , COM(H& T&?- iF'l MY FOLIfCS WERr HERe, I'D BE SO EMeARKASSED I'D WANNA CR&WL IMTO A tMCKiiOLBj

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