The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on December 29, 1944 · Page 5
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, December 29, 1944
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lOLA.KANSAS THE TOLA miGlSTEK, tRIDAT E?EN1NG,TJECEMBEE 29, 1944. PAGE FIVE Clas Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS 3—strayed, Lost, Foond WKTTE FtJR MITTENS lost south : ;df of sqiuire. Reward If returned to Roalster. , OoniinR Sales Dates .'•iir .SDAY, JAN. 9—MUlhoiland and . vV.'lloi-ti. snJi'. 5 miles .southeast HunVO 'iUU. at 11 n. rn. Sec large :dis in Register December 27, Jan- ._irary 4 and 5. '• " ~ TUTCBIOTIVE 5:— Antomobiles For Sale •3fi V-8 for -ale or trade: good condition, F'lioiio 160. Moran. QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds COMPLETE STOCK Of Grnuine Ford and Ford Tractor Parts. Ford Batterie.s, Ford Anti-freeze. • /tiithori/.ed Ford Repair Service; ELLIOTT MOTOR CO. . Plioiie K9:i L'O .T S. Jefferson "42. PACK.'\RU SEDAN; '37 Buick ij:6r.n: '35 Ford .-sedan: '37 Chrys' ier .sedan; "-'A Dodge pickup. Cash lor used cars. Losnn R?j-noids, 203 ' South Wa.sliinston. Phone 751. WE HAVE MECHANICS AVAILABLE IN OUR DIPLEMENT DEFT ;o v.-prk on your tractors I and f:ir/n machinery. »t D WHITE IMPLEMENT DEPT. Sale's-—John Deere Service 9—Anto Acces-sorlea, Tires, Parts Aiiti-'Precze. $1.00 Gallon.. WILSONSERVICE :i01' Nortii Washington GCbD USED PARTS - PIONfiER AUTO SALVAQl 817 South St.—Phone 069 USE WANT-ADS TBEZ PATt DiULY KATES (Mhifrniim 15 Words) ONE DAY: Per wo?d -^Tc THREE l>AYSc Per word per day 1 -l%0 SIX DAYS: Per word per day _le DISPLAY SATES 1 (M]n}fnum One'Inch) ^ ONE DAlT: Per Inch ^ SOc THREE DAYS; Per incfa L 45c CONTRACT RATES (Mialmum 3 Lines) 26 DAYS; Per line per day : 4c (9 llhes to the Inch) "If I'd know'd what a 'Garbician' wa;;—you'd Register Want Ad!" never answered that LIVESTOCK Real Estate for Sate — . ——— • 22 —Poultry and Snpplies 41—Houses For Sale NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brooder .stoves; gas. electric, and oil. i :^uy early. Limited supply of each, i Taylor Hatcheries. j MERCHANDISE ^\ CLOSING TIME <: • ^'ant Ads will be accepted tlii-' til 1 p. ml for that da^'s Insertion except Saturday wtien they must be receivea by 10 a. m. : . ^HONE 18 LEAD PIPE: Portland, Ore.. Dec. 29. (A?J—A cu.stomer took Uterally the advice to "asc- a plp<> during tlie cigaiette shortaere." When Jofin R. Polioudaklf told 24—Articles For Sale Cottonwood. Can be used as duplex; has two complete baths; built-£ns; redecorated throughout, including all new light fixtures the customer he had no' cigaf.'ettes. and Unoleunis. Cash, terms or the man pnJduce4 a pipe. Now Po- trade. Logan Reynolds. Phone 761. lioudakis is In the hospital With a - ; 3-inch head . laceration. BUSINESS SERVICE —S <Tvices Offered GAS HEATER, Peerle.^.s. new; child's I'arge size bed wltli mattres.s. 314 Sciutli Buckeye. . I. No word hi the English lanKuage ' ihymes with "orange.", i It was a It-ad pipe. • Colorado wa.s I at one time. ! Ninety-three iter cent of the a flat, level plain world's 34,000,000 telephones ai-e Inter-connectable. I .'^KAI, VtjL'U HADIATOiiS and ; trackini-(j!f,(.-ks fur 2h cenl.s. Plenty • >i i;i)ijd - .Si ::i ;lair alcohol. Ser\'lce ; station Mv\ '.grocery for .sale. Ed lit..,. H.;:^ .Soiitli VVasliington. PASSENGER TIRE'VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tlr(' Service Complete. Duiilop Tire Stori Floyd "Chig" Mann ; i05 East St. Phqpe 156 HAULING — Local and long distance; also haulin? stock to Kansas City. Earnest Tipple. Phone 1200. MASSEY-HARRIS MACHINERY Piirt.s and Service HISER IMPLEMENT CO. 22i N. ..icffer.son Phone 63 EMPLOYMENT 13—Hielp Wanted—Female v;':o.\L-\N for rreneral housewoik. C'..j;,t! v.aufs. Phone 1184W. GOOD USED CLOTHES of all kind.s. Sult.s, coats, dresses, formals, .shoes, etc. 702 North Walnut. WI.NCHESTER repeating rifle, 22 (,al.; also 6 montlis old goat. 31G North First street, _^city^ • 27—Feed, Fuel. Fertillzera j 18<^,- IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00' cwt. lola Milling Co. j 28—Honsehold Goods i . j WE BUY, TRADE, sell, household goods and other article*. Hen- nlnger's. West Madison. WE BU'Y, SELL and exchange fur-i jiiture, stoves, sewing machines. I Ciutis Fumittu-e. \ 32—Wanted—To Buy FURS AND HIDES wUl be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. I Kenneth Sharp. L.ATE MODEL Chevrolet or Ford.! Must be in good condition and! good tires. C. E.. Belknap. Phone' 1085 or 739. i ROOMS FOR RENT SAVE TIME AND MONEY WITH AN LP-TO-rJATE .MILKING MACHINK, WE ARE DEALERS FOR TWO GOOD ONES. ' SURGE AND RITEWAY SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE IOLA,KAS. PHONE 2> FQB 48TH YEAR Germans Become Give -Dwellers FINANCIAL 18—Money to Loan—Insnranec I|('SURANCE, Surety Bonds, : Estate. Farm Loans, Notary Pub- Uc. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds, .f'arm and City Loans. Charles M. Punk. 34—^Apartments and Flats APARTMENTS and sleepmg rooms, j private entrance, utlhtles paid, j phone and built-ins. 305 South: Chestnut. Real Estate for Rent LIVESTOCK 37—Houses For Rent j [MODERN HOUSE, 6 rooms, fur- 1 nished or partly furnished. Phone j W40. I Jl—Horses, -Cattle, i ^Iiscellaneoos BRED Gr£,T3 for sale, double im- :r.;ino. R. W. Clark, 6 north on i^'.itt. west of lola. .^!OOrn MOUTH HORSE, and \\\\\\'- for sail' cheap. south of I.o:u> Elm. .A. J. Ropers. i'WO GOOD .MILK COWS; one • nwivy spriniicr. W. .A. Braun, V.-i liiiles northwest conden.sery. Phone 9P-F31. Real Estate for Sale 40—Farms and LandjFor Sale ^2— Poaltiy and Sopplle* FRIES FOR SALE— Phone 837W. LlCE-COLp-S—Use Goodseli's Roost Paint Xo tid your chickens of lice, ifse kre-O.-Kol for colds. See Good.sell Hatchery, Gas City, Kas. 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; .school', •''1 mile east of Leanna Ls! on north line of farm. This farm ' has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Price $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington,; lola. I This is the entrance to an unused ccal mine, located on the estate of Franz von Papen, Nazi diplomat, which jeryed as the home of 1700 German civilians v.'ho defied a Gestapo order to evacuaie their homes near Saarlautern. Threatened by entombment, the refuRees lived in the mine until the GestSpo fled before advancing U. S 3rd Army forces. 40—Farms and Land For Sale • . .— i 80 ACRES—Well .mproved, to .settle : estate; 5 'i miles southwest of lola; \ rock road, electricity, gas. Georgia I Bryant, 309 South Elm. 1 jusl liappcncdlo think—have you got gas coupons?" •llc '.s talkini{ about a helicopter after ithe war. but Tm imt worried-he ftol excited about elettric dishwashfire duriny the Iasl_\var but never got aroui\d to buying onH^- LOCAI. FSOPCCB Otsdwl Eggs: No 1 37c No. 2 ^ 32c Checto - I - .30c Ungraded - 35c No. X Buttofat 47« No. 2 Buttecttt iu \ Mo Sweet Cieam '11...,. ., SOo Bena, 4 -5 DM, ^ No. 1 Lltfl^^eoB, lymder 4 U»_Uc Heavy bred qtrixtgi: 2 lbs. up Ught nffingi. a Oi^ aad up 23c AH cocks tmd stags» lb.-; L_14o All classes No."2 Poultry, 3c lb. less Oreen Hides; ; uJOc Kansas City Prodsce Kansas City. Def. 29. (APi—Pro­ duce: all prices unchanged. Kansas City Grain < Kansas City, ^Jec. 29. (AP)— Wheat No. 2 dark'.hard 1.60'i-1.65: No. 2 red l.fl7 =,4 -l.W"v. Com: No. 2 whit> 1^7-129^; No. 2 yellow 1.12; No'. 2 mhced 1.121.13%. Oats: No. 2 white 73-77. Milo maize: 1.83-1.90. Kafh. 1.77-ISl. Rye: 1,09-1.11. Barley: 94-1.09. Need (Jrdws Greatet For 35-Mile Speed Limit an appeal. to states and municipalities for their cooperation iti bringing about this limit. Make Plea for More -I told ycu those weren't dvick.- \v.c v.erc following—they were P-38s:' Washington, Dec. 29. (AP)—Thel Increasingly critical tire shortage, _ , , ^, \m. caused ODT to abandon all Farmers Work Gloves thought of relaxing the .so-called national 35 -mlle-an-hour spe «r -hm- Washington. Dec. 29. <APi-lli? it' for highway travel. 1 Emporia.: Kas.. ciiamber of coni- llecently consideration had beenimtrce appealed today for additional given to proposals to lift the liniit. work gloves for farmers in that ai-.>.i. possibly to 45 miles an hour, it was | Chamber officials telegraphed Sr-n. learned today, but all suggestions | Capjjer iR.-Kas.) It Ls imperativo for modifications now are out. ;that farmers have cotton gloves lor .Tests have shown the 35 -mlle corn shucking. The;;n pre- llmlt has' been observed only K-pc- i vaiLs in Emporia, they said, that th" tlly in the past. It was established I 'overnment is giviiiL' priorltus v.\ by the Office of Defense Transpor- sale 01 work gloves to ir.ciustriMi t4tion in October, 1942, as a mean.s plants although "farnnis arc cciuLilly of conserving tires. The only major sopixiitint; tiie war effort " ' njcjdlf ication has been to ' permit' Capper plans to the War Pio- trucks carrying vital war supplies to liuction Board to make more t;iovi's tfca;Vel faster by flying an emergency , available to the farmers. ,p€hnant. ' .There is no federal enforcement Cincinnati, is the smallest city in of'the limit. Actually^ it .amounts to the major leagues of baseballdom. 11.00-12.00: meager offering of medium and good sausage kind 9.50- ^ 11.00: good and choice vealers 12.00- I 14.00; common and medium 9.00- \ 11.50:. culls down to 6..'50i meditun; and good calves 10.00-12.50; few j ; heavies 13.00: stpckeis and feeders \ mostly nominal. i Hogs salable 2500; total 3300: ac^— itive. fully steady: good and choice Kansas City Estiisated Keceipts iSo-lb. and up 14.50: lightei weight-) Kansas City, Dec. 29. tAP)—Ad-, scarce: sows mostly 13.75. vance estimated livestock receipts Sheep salable 3000: total 4500: for tomorrow: Cattje 100: calves 50: | moderately active, .scattered opening hogs 200; sheep none. i good and choice truck In na: itive lambs strong at 13.78-14 .00; no Kansas City Livestock Kansas City, Dec. 29. lAP)—Cat­ tle unchanged. Hogs luichanged. Sheep Lambs imeyen. Trucked in natives strong: loacJ lots weak to 25 lower; top led laitibs 14.9U; other shipments from fee'd lots and wheat pastures 13.75-14.25;" good and choice truck in natives 1375-14.00; 5 loads good and choice wl'eat pasture ewes 7.00. Kansas City LivestiK-k Kansas City. Dec. 29. (.AP).— (WFA).— Cattle .saiable 500, total 900: calves .salable" 200; total 250; kllUng cla.sses fairly- active, steady to ; strong: strong lots rhedium and good steers 13.25-50; - cornmon and medium heifers 9.00-U .OO; bulk of sal- atrle supply cows; mainly canner,. cutter and common, prade, 5..50-9.00; odd head ntedium and t-'ood 10.0011.00: odd iirad J.ui)<i beef bulls load lots sold early; best held above 14..50; no ewes .sold earlv. BAV-VXAS HAVE OTHER USES Banana blossoms are made into a sort of jam to tickle the palates of native West Indians;.ln China., they are dipped In vinegar and eaten with relish, while the Hawaiians use 30 per cent banana flour and 70 Pfr" cent white flour to make bread CASH for DEAD Horses • Cattle • Hogs Phone lOLA FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses - Cattle • Hogs HELF SALVAGE 3 WASTE FATS FOR EXPLOSIVES Telephone 638 lola lOLA RENI^SIMG WORKS WASH TUBES Special Equipment BY LESLiE TURNEK ' THE cJEwcELifs: JAP5 FCa AU''C \'"'-A.. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Now BY EDGAR iVlAKI 1.^ RED BYDJER An Important ^Meeting BY FRED HARM A.- 1 RECOLLECT THEI WAP '•po '.s'lTri ''PlEKTl-THEl 5UIL .T \ rr; ^>o \v LET-5 FISD ) GOKiR<OR. HOLL=T Ai^J'' INTR0C "JCE 5ELV£*-TO 'TH' i<;f ;0K^E5; ALLEY OOP Good Time Had By All BY V. T. HAMLIN ri 'NS SOZ NEVER HAD , NOT.-IIN' LiKE THis l.N SOSaaMNG i'^.., hiS ,\O0VAN . WUR SORE HAD PALACf — SZ' ' HIMSELF A THINS i WlfH CL' QO'lU. f HERE/ ALL THESE \ mPKtli'JS. SALS—WHOOEY.' ' ' 5C ,V\E STOFF/ as. w;jR?wH>; ^Y, WHAT'S ^T^lR, MNS W.RS. WLH \ WU^ HAS THINK ABOJT i NO Wire.' ALL TWS .'v, COURT i GAYSTY? Oi-i.'.' Wr--- - SEE.' THAT A \M .e5 THINGS .DiFriRrNr' .SO A Sjr I^CN'T HAPTA (-.AS: A q «J££N TBE '- "A KJNS HERE " l,% L£:VI.— • ' <7' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Not Coo! Yet f4L BT Ra:RIULL BLOSSER Mv <50SM, LOOi WHAT 1 WE'LL MEVER: TIME «r (S ' DON'T ] GET AWV TMEV EVAEft LOOK. A SLEepy ATA CLOCKS I TMINK I- \THEVVE GOT HEAR TtJEM SOMe6O0y , COMING IM /WITH W EM.' NOW/ Twjs IS A RNE TIME TO &E GETFING HOME] WHO'S DOWMSTAIl^-, ? Do VOU MIND IF wr PLAV SOME OF YOLIC. ' HOT RECORDiMGS

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