The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on December 28, 1944 · Page 7
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, December 28, 1944
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iOLA, KANSAS ANNOUNCEMENTS 3 ^Stray«d, Uwt. Found vmttK- FUR MITTENS lost south fclde- of .square. Reward If retumal to RcKls'.er Cominx Sales Datei QUICKIES TtiESDAV, JAN. 9—MlUhoiland and. W'ollord sale. 5 miles southpast riurrtboldt. at 11 a. ni. See large; ad.s In Register December 27, January 4 and 5. ^ IhrAntomoblles For Sale '3(' V -8 for sale or trade- good con- j . dttidn. Phone 160. Moran. ! ; COMPLETE STCXX .01 Genuine Ford. and Ford Tractor Parts, Ford^ Batteries, Ford Anti-freeze. Authorized Ford Repair Service. < : ^LIOTT MOTOR CO. Phone 893 205 S. Jefferson •^PAOKARD SEDAN: ,'37 Buick • sedan:' '35 Ford sedan: '37 Chrysler sedan; '34 Dodge pickup. Cash for iised cars. Logan Reynolds, 203 j South Washington. Phone "51. WE HAVE MECHANICS ' AVAILABLE IN OUR IMPLEMENT DEFT to work on your tractors . and farm machinery. BUD WHITE IMPLEMENT DEPT. Sales John Deere Service By Ken Reynolds ftr-Anto Accessories, Tires, Parte • Anti-Freeze, SI.00 Gallon. • WILSONSERVICE •. North Washington , GOOD USED PARTS : PIONEER AUTO SALVAOl : 817 Soutii St.— Phone 969 "I don't care if The Register Want Ad did say it was a 'magic haf- there is no such thing!" LIVESTOCK 21—Horsey Cattle, MiscellaBeons coming Real Estate for Rent 37—Honses For Bent BUSINESS SERVICE 9^8erfrlcM Offered I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracketl blocks for 25 cent*. Plenty rorcood Sinclair alcohol, Service .station and grocery for sale. Ed l|ess. 823 South Washington. • PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. i , TRACTOR • Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store • Floyd "Chlg" Mann ri05 East St. Phone 156 WHITEPACE STEERS: yearlings; 12 coming 2 years; 3i mules: 1 horse -2 gin. 6 months,] sale or trad^. Julius Baker, 2; south,^_west Humboldt. ! 22—PooHry and SnppUes LICE-COLDS—Use Goodsell's Roost Paint to rid your chickens of lice. Use Kre-O-Kol for colds. See Goodsell Hatchery. Gas City. Kas. NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brood- ] er stoves; gas, electric and oil.j Buy early. Limited supply of each, i Taylor Hatcheries. MODERN HOUSE, 6 rooms, furnished or partly furnished. Phone" 1440. Real Estate for Sale 40—Farms and Land For Sale MERCHANDISE 24— Articles For Sale 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land: all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house. mile east of Leanna Is. on north line of farm. This fai-m has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Price S5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. THEIOLA-RfiGISIER^ TH^3»gOAY JSVKNING. DECEMBER 28. 1944. USE REGISTER WAIIT-ADIS f THEt PATI DAILT RATES (Ulnlmiun U Words) ONE DAT: Per word L ..3e THREE DAYS: Per .word per day j.J14d SIX DAYS: Per:word per day DfSPLAT RATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE DAY: Per inch THREE DAYS: Per Inch CONTRACT RATES <M<ni"""T' 3 Lines) 26 DAYS: Per line per day ....I. 1 *( (9 lines to the inch); CLOSING TIME ; ; Want Ads will be accepted until 1 p'm. for that day's iiiser- tion except Saturday when they must be received by 16 a. m. -PHONE 18 ; Real Estate for Sak 40—Farlns and Land Per 80 ACRES—Well improved,, to settle estate; 5> j miles southwest of Tola; rock road, electricity, gas. Georgia Bryant, 309 South Elm." 41—Houses For Sale 4-ROOM HOUSE. gar:ifie, C(|al shed, at 709 South Walnut.: Inquire 508 South First. HAULING — Local and long dis- ' tance; "also hauling stock to Kan, sas City. Earnest Tipple. Phone : 1200. MASSEY-HARRIS MACHINERY ' : Parts and Service RISER IMPLEMENT CO. 224 Nv Jefferson Phone 63 EMPLOYMENT li-Help Wanted—Female GIRL OR WOMAN wanted imme- ' diately to do washings at the - Ideal Laundry. WANXF.D—A maid. lola Hotel. "VVOMAN' for general housework. .Good Vvages. Phone 1184W. FEED GRINDER—Jersey milk cow, timothy seed. 10 It. disk. P. S. Quiggle, ''J mile north Carlyle. GOOD USED CLOTHES of all kinds. Suits, coats, dresses, formals, shoes, etc. 702 North Walnut. 2 WHEEL TRAILER—Good tires, patent hitch. 311 North Buckeye.' 12-A JOHN DEERE combine. No. r41 Letz roughage ihill; 3 year old Shorthorn bull, for sale. R. M. _Moore. Bronson. 27—Feed, Fuel. FertiUzJs 8-ROOM ^MODERN HOUSE. Sbuth Cottonwood, Can be used as> duplex; has two complete baths: bullt-ins; redecorated thiougiiout, Including all new Ifght fixtures and llribleums. Ca^. terms cr trade. liogan Reynolds. Phone 751. SAVE TIME AND MONE^ WITH AN UP-TO-DATE MILKING MACHINij. WE ARE DEALERS FOR TWO GOOD ONES. SURGE AND RITE WAY SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWAjRE IOLA, KAS. PHONE 29 FOE 48TH IHEAB 10 TON PRAIRIE HAY, July cut, | for sale. Half north, hall west Geneva. Bernard McAloon. 18 Tf IMCO Economy lay mash. $3.00 cwt. lola MUlhig Co. da PAGE SEVEN LOC /U. PBODrCB Graded Egga: ' No 1 No. 2 • Checks ' Ungsraded Na 1 Butterfat —, _ No. 9 Butterfat —^ Street Cream—— Heni, 4^ Ib«; .37c 32c 30c 35c _47c -44c -BOO -aoe No. 1 Ught Beas, under 4 nM _l8c Heavjr bred spring^ 2 O M . tip —94c Ugbt springs, 3 Ibe. and up — Ms AH cocks and stagt lb. 14e AH classes No. 3 Poultry, 3c lb. less Oreen Hlde«:...— l —; 10c Kansas City Prodit«e Kansas Cltjr, Detj. 28. (AP)—Produce; Jiggs s{>eclal« 49-50; eggs extras 42-44.3; eggs;, standards 39.8: eggs current receipts 39-39-8; all other prfces .unchainged. I-House Seeks Information going to fhid omJtot the congress 'D» IKJ» r>«l1»» i''*'^ ^^^'^^ methods used In such Un rOUlngrirom (jrailUp polls. how the systems arc chosen, I 'the mechanics of poll-taking and ' Washington. Dec. 28. (AP)—Poll- their degree of accuracy." ster George G. Gallup, political trend — forecaster, went up to chpitr.i Hill Accidental Discharge today to tell a house campaign in- Qf Rifle Kills Man l-vestlgatlng committee how he docs Kansas City Grain; . Kansas Cty, JDec. 28. (AP)—Wheat unchanged to lower; No. 2 dark hard 1.64; No. 2 fed nom 1.^:71;:1.70-!,. Com unchaniged to HL- lower: No. 2 White nom 1.27-l.28->i: No. 2 yellow 1.12; No'. 2 'mixed nom 1.121.13^4. Oats imchanged:'No. 2 white nom | 73-77; sample white oats 64. Mllo maize 1.75-1.88. Kafir nom 1.73-1.8};. Rye nom 1.09-l.ri. Barley nonv 94-1 09 It—and^why "There are a number of things we want to ask him." said Chairman Anderson (D .-N. M.i of the committee. "For exam))le, the aallup poll has five methods of sampling vote trends. We want to know why he uses one system in one :state and another system elsewhere. Independence, Ka.s.. Dec. 2K. lAPi Jaseph Corle, 84, was killed Inte ye.-iterday in the accidental di.s- charge. acting coroner E. E, Trucs- dcU reported, of' a .22 rifle in the hand.s of a grand.son. Elmer McKinney. 10. Estimated K. C. Livestock Receipts , Kansas City, Dei. 28. (AP)—Advance estimated livestock receipts ! and 'good kiiung' calves' "io.00-12!5o! "And what do you do for a living, Mr. Dan the Dip?" all;cows active, steady to strong: bulls, vealers, and calves steady: bulk medium juad good slaughter steiers 11.50-1450; 1 load 15.00; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 12.00-13.50: load of choice st«rs. mixed steers and heifers 14.25; common and medium wheat pasture and warmed up heifers $8 .60 -10.50; common and medium \: beef cows 8.00-10.75; few good 11.0050; caimers and cutters largely 6.007.'K; bulls scarce; medium and good sausage kind 9.25-11.00: odd head beef animals 11.50-12.00; good and choice vealers 12.00-14.00; medium Corle. who made his home with "There are many things we want Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKlnney, par- to go Into besides political vine enus of the boy. was lyinR on a sampUng. You know a lot of people bed in the living room when the think public opinion polls can be of gun was discharged. The boy said substantial value In preparing for he wa.s trying to look in t!ie barrel the post-war period. '. of the bolt-action gun to see if 'In view of that opinion we are it was loaded. for tomorrow,: Ciittle 500. 250. hogs 1.000. she;ep 2 .000. calV3s Hogs 2.500; active, fully steady; good and choice 180 lb. up 14.50; sows mostly 13.75. Kansas City Livestock Close Sheep 4.000; practically no lambs Kansas City, Dec. 28. (API—Cat- sold early, asking strong; good to " choice Kansas lambs held above 14;S0; opening sales ewes fully st^dv; good and choice shipments 6.50-75; best held above 7.00. tie; market unchanged: good heifers and mixed yeanlings 12.00-13.50. Hoes: Unchangeti. Sheep: Lambs aitd yearlings 25-50 higher; ewes St^eady. top wheat pasture and fed lambs 14.50: best natives 14.00; gc6d and choice truck in lots 13.50-75; g(jod and chnice yearlings 13.00; medium and gaod kind 10.75-11.00; top ewes 7.00; ofh- er good and choice shipments 6.5085. Kansas City Livestock Kansas City. Dec. 28. (AP)— (WPA)—Cattle 2.600; calves 500: steers, mixed yearlings, heifers and CASH for DEAD Horses • Cottia • Hogs Phone '"•"irt IOLA FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses <-Cattle >* Hogs HELP SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOIt EXnOHYES Telephone 638 1°!° CWIIii IOLA RESDESONG WORKS WASH TUBES Bagged! BY LESLIE TURxNEK i THAT'S NINE NIP k SCALPS ?dK HAU J ^^tp- WMCH IT, FBaAs; IF THAT JAP'S STILL ALIVE HE MAY TRY TO'SHOOT! PILOT 'S K M^CKED OUT, BUT KOT DEAD, COIO^ZI SAV, EASY .O TM .lSPLA'^lE 'i MO T'6 A 3RAk .C> ME.^J MODEL! 28—Honseliold Goods ; 14—Help Wanted—Mate WE BUY. TRADE, sell, bousebold goods and other articles. Henninger's. West Madison. $3r> ^VANT JOB as truck driver; recently been discharged from arqiy. > Write Box 88. care Register. mANCIAL ROPER GAS RANGE, used. See at Shannon Hardware. I WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture, stoves, sewing machines. Curtis Furniture. U—Money to Loan—Insnnuiee INSURANCE. Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Pub- Uc. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate. Bonds, : 2arm and City Loans. Charles M. Punk. V LIVESTOCK 2.1— Horses. Cattle, snsceUanesas SMOOTH MOUTH HORSE, and • mule for sale cheap. 'M south of £bne Elm. A. J. Rogers. SELL OR TRADE—Pram cow, wlU s^ll or buy match for nice straw- terry toan horse. William Staf. fbrd. • t\V'b GOOD MILK COWS; one heavy fiprhiger. W. A. Braun, 3H itUes. northwest condensery. Phone 9&7F31. 8-PIECE DINING ROOM SUIlTi: for sale. Mrs. Homer Duggan, 2081 South Walnut. 32— Wanted—To Bay PURS AND HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. LATE MODEL Chevrolet or Ford. Must be in good condition and good tires. C. E. Belknap. Phone 1085 or 739. ONE 11.00x38 tractor tire and tube: also set of rear F-12 Farmall steel wheels. C. R. Morrison, Moran. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Face ;to Face •-V\'L VAK^^At^f' AvVi>'0 BY EDGAR MARTIN RED RYDER t At Rimrock BY FRED HARM A.; ROOMS FOR RENT 34— Apartments and Flats .APARTMENTS and sleeping rooms, private entrance, utilities paid, phone and bullt-his. 305 South Chestnut. "Dummy legs—hurdle pracUce for our wai Year's Eve!" : ailers for New WELL FURNISHED modem home. 4 rooms, closed In back porch. 305 I South State. Phone 1234. eioo! BAN»| eo«>. 1W* i» HiA ii »vici. me. T. M. ma u. ». PAT, orr "Wf'rc ii little t)il imdcr a«e. but my sislir \\nf\ \ tlu»ii<ilil umybc yvu could &i\ u piul of blood beiwccn Uti^ Iwu of usl" ALLEY OOP No Use Rushing Away BY V. T. HAMLIN rbH ,'WELUTVl'JDE>S DONE, SO I BETTER' ' WNG HEA/E TT -tlS { • HAVJ.' i MUSTTAN CCaCWM OF Hie IMTO A CORMEE AN HEAD SACK MV JEWaS B4CK TO MOO p0 A SKJ^CK,, I PERHAPS^ OCA err FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Hello, Vop! BT IVffiRRILL BLOSSER NOKT W POLE if AVE ^COLD--j W ILL X/ SU DD V , T HI^ PiCruRF TViAT ^ -WILL SHOve T HE PKJOZB \ WAR. MEWS 2IGHT BE IN (_ OPP OF RAGE ^ I LETS GO, JUNE / •I 'VE NEVER. BEEN LSO EMBARRASSED , ,|W MV WHOLE LIFE.' '(SOSH. S A/HAT'U. YOUK ,:t>AD THINK OF MV

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