The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 8, 1945 · Page 5
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IQIIA, KANSAS THU lOLA REGISTER, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 8, l94S. PAGE FIVE Clas ANN0M<3E_MEN^ Coming Sales Dates TUESDAY. JAN. 9 ^MiIlhoilarid and Wolford sale, 5i miles .southeast Humbo'.nt, at 11 a. m. See large ads in Register December 27, January 4 and 5. QUICKIES By Kien Resoiolds THUR.SDAY, JAN. 11-Vint Brillhart sale. 1 mile .cast, mile . south of LaHarpe onLoyan farm at 11 a. m. -Strayed, Lost, Found LOST — Brown Icrthftr compaci: V.'fcinf^^ciny or Thur.->d:i,v cvenin;?. 1 Vlrg-inia Hum. While Way Cafe. LOST—Brown leather billfold in or , around lol'i Thoatre Saturday ! eveninf^. Rew.Trd. .^hle.son Clean- i ers. YEARLINCi STEER, weight 5.50, •itravcd to my fnrni. l>)n Ncl.son, K!':niort'. AUTOMOTIVE 5—Automobiles For Sale 70 (ienuine Ford I;ATTERIES Five •^izf^r,. Pit practically every ::!!!] iJockL'tbor^k. f;o,)d .-lock of SEAT COVERS EELIOTT MOTOE CO. PHONE.i;93 205 S. JEFF. •'No, no, Pedro—I raid New Vc;jr's resolutions, not rcvolu- tions!" "Ijook!—nearly as ceo:! a.s u.':!ni.- a Regiiiicr Want AdI' EMPLOYMENT 14—Help Wanted—Male xMERCHANDISE 27— Feed, Fuel, FertiUiCM WKKN YOU buy n car from Chryst Motors you IVi'l the deal is plenty r('al. iy31 Chnvroiet coujw, tlu- be;-;t of tiir.s hiiiur and antifreeze; 1932 Plymouth .-^cdan, h.etUcr, anti- fre!.;x'. Ci nciuly new lires; 1915 Bi.iick seu;in, hcat.er and ati'.i- int-/v. extra trood tires. Chryst 7vlL)iors, fH>.t O.-VJV . south Kellcy Hot'^1. WE H'\V.E MECHANICS AVA1I.ABL.H I.N OUR IMPLEMENT DEP'T '0 work on your tractors .-ind r :irn) machinery. ;-rjD WHITE IMPLEMENT DEFT, Sales John Deere Service CARS FOR SALE 1930 Model A Coupe, good motor and tiros. . 1934 Chevrolet two-door, a Rood one. • J93.T Buick Special Sedan, good tires; runs fine. 1934 Vudcc one-half t.on Pickup, good tires, condition above average. All Less Than Ceihng Prices. LOGAN REYNOLDS Phone 751 203 S. Washington e—Ante Accessories, Tirea, Part* Autl-Pieeze, Sfi .OO Gallon. WILSONSERVICE 301 North Washington GOOD USEp PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.4-Phone 969 BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered CESS POOLS, septic ;anks, government toilets, small sanitary jobs. John L. Reed, lola, Bo>: 50. PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire' Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" Mann 105 East St. Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Service "tation and grocery for sale. Ed Hess, 823 Sputh Washington. EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted—FemaOe HELP WANTED—Woman (white), to attend middle-aged lady and care for modern home^ six days each week. \ Troninij. no laundi-y, room and boardJ Wages. References. Write to Box 506, LeRoy, Kansas. LADY to do housework, days only; excellent wages. Phone 772. MESSENGER, over 116 with bicycle; high school education preferred; steady Job. Western Union. WAITRESS wanted at Whit€ Way Cafe. WOMAN WANTED to stay in home from 8 a. m. till :5 p. m. Two In family; no laundry. Phone 799W. 215 South Pourthj HELP WANTED Auto Mechanic Good Wages ROSS ARBUCKLES G.ARAGE X'O.'iL AS USUAL—Prompt dehvery. J. D. Judah, aiO South Washiny- ; ton, lola. Phone 774. USE . REGISTER WANT-ADS THEY PAY! DAILY RATES ' (Minimum 15 Words) ONE DAY: ^er word .2c TJIREE DAYS: ;Per word per day i....lhic S\K DAYS: Per word per duy Ic , UMBER RIGHT here in lola to j cut fur imall ^liare or S..-11 cheap; I or 10 i.-ut by rank. William Tlrjina.-,. ' 1 lo Soutli Ohio. .MAN OR WOMAN wanted to handle distribution of famous Watkins products in lola, selling and .serving hundreds of sati.sfied'cuatoin- ers. Excellent opportunity for right party. No investment. Write J. R. Watluns Co.. D-9S, Winona, Minn. 18'; IMCO Economy lay ma.sh, $3.00 cwt. lola Milling Co. 28—Household Goods I WE BUY. TRADE, sell. househoU i goods and other articles. Hen- I ninger's. West Madison. WANTED AT ONCE—Man or l)oy : as wa.sh rt-om he!')Lr. Perm.infit;! job. lola Laundry. FINANCIAL WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture, stoves, sewing machines. Curtis Furniture. 18—Money to Loan—Insurance INSURANCE. Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans. Notary Puo- lic. The R. L. Thompson Agency. 2!»— Maohinery and Tools INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds, Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Funk. LIVESTOCK 21—Horstfs, Cattle, Miscellaneous COW for s£fle; comes fresh about February 4. T. B. Patterson. Gus City, 4 block.s north post office. FOR SALE—60 young ewes. Will start lambing February 20. Albert Alumbaugh, 4 east Mildred. HEREFORD BULL for sale; long 2- year-old. Ira A. Saferlte, 2 'i miles west Humboldt. SHOATS for sale; 35 Poland China. 65 -70 lbs., double immune and extra quality; pui-e bred but not registered. Elmer Belknap. 1402 North Jefferson. Phone 81IW. 40 EWES to lamb in February; 3- year-old Jersey heifer, fresh February; will trade for corn. John Allen, North Cottonwood. HAMJ.1ER MILLS Ford Poriables for Custom Work. Inmiediute Delivery. Aho iiave Ford MilKerr for immediate delivery. HISER IMPLEMENT CO. 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 NICHOLS & SHEPPARD threshing machine; one 2-hole power sheller. W. W. McGic, Jr., Route 3, lola. 30— Musical. Radio EXCELLENT USED PIANO for sale, mcduim size, with bench. Roberts Music Co. 32—Wanted—To Buy ELECTRIC HEATER, office type, one large or three small ones. O. K. Rubber Welders. Phone 827. . 22—Poultry and Supplies ARE VOUR HENS LAZY? Sluggish systems mean low egg production. Give your hens My- Ko-Crums 10 days in foed. and see how fast they pick up. Goodscll Hatchery. Gas, Kans. NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brooder stoves; gas, electric, and oli. Buy early. Limited supply of eacn. Taylor Hatcheries. 23—Wanted—Livestock WANT TO BUY cottontail rabbits. John Reiter, 3 west, mile south Colony. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale FURS AND HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. PULLETS—Going into production or laying, and young Jersey cow. Phone 545. YOUTH BED; also small lavatory with fittings. Call Steve. Phone 1183. ROOMS FOR RENT 34—Apartments and Flats FURNISHED MODERN 4 rooms, downstairs. Very reasonable lo reliable parties. 305 South State. Phone 1234. DISPLAY RATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE DAY: fcT Inch _..50c TJlREE DAYS: Per Inch 45c rONTRArT RATES (Minimum 3 Lines) 2G:DAYS: Per line per day : 4c . (9 lines to the inch) I CLOSING TIME 7 .iint Ads will be accepted until 1 p. m. for that day's Insertion except Saturday when they must be receivea by 10 a. .m. PHONE 18 Lieut. Alfred Cunningham. U. S. MariiiC Corps aviator, made the first catupylt take-off- from a warship underway. , Eeai Estate for SaSe 40-7Famia and land For 80 A(i'RES—W^ell improved, to settle estate; 5'j miles southwest of lola; rock road, electricity, gas, Georgia Brj'ant, 309 South Elm. .t 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2.acres can be "farmed with tractor; scliool house, ^.i mile east of Leacna is on jiorth line of farm. This fai-m has-always been paying good rate of interest rented. Price S5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. 40A>-Snbnrban For Sale G-ROPM HOUSE in Gas City, inc. 9 iDts, I'i lots in berries; gas, lights' and water. For details ad- dresis Box 89, care Register. 44—^Wanted—To Buy SMAbL MODERN HOUSE, close in; coh^sider farm trade on house. Phc^e 150J. NICELY FURNISHED downstairs apartment, 3 rooms, garage. 624 North Chestnut. ONE ROOM with kitchenette, porch, private entrance, utilities paid. In- (luire at Dr. Ciirtis' office. Phone 1234. 2-ROOM APARTMENT; sink, private entrance; all bills paid; adults, 405 South Buckeye. .1 BICYCLE for sale, in go (5d condition. Inquire at Heigele Harness Shop. Phone. 59. GOOD USED CLOTHES of aU kinds. Suits, coats, dresses, formals, shoes, etc. 702 North Walnut. Real Estate for Sale GIRL'S BICYCLE, good condition, and fat hog. Raymond Eiscn- brandt, 2 miles east, one south LaHarpe. GULBRANSEN PLAYER PIANO and rolls; secretary and book case; cabinet Philco radio. Write Box 464 or phone 17, Moran, Kans. SONOTONE HEARING AID, like new. Priced for quick sale. Phone 952. 10-POOT SHOWCASE, heavy plate glass, 10-foot marble slab base, storage below. Also 1 gas radiator stove. A. W. Anderson. Phone 292. FROM STEEL TO RUBBER You can now (ionvert your tractor or any other farm implement from steel to rubber. For details see us or the Local AAA office. DINTY*S TIRE SHOP 40—Farms and I^ind For Sale TWO IMPROVED 80 ACRES southwest of lola; one 80 near LaHarpe with city water, electricity. Also other farms. John Reuther. REGISTERED HEREFORD BULLS ' Hazelett Bloo(diine I Good Individuals < Bred for Beef JOHN E. BRINK - LEROY, KANSAS Passenger Tire yaicanizlng (2.DAY SERVICE) Tractor Tire Re^^apping lOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY FIRESTONIE ^ TORE PnOXE 43 SOUTH SIDE SQUARE U. S. 13 } . Order Now at Last Year's Price! U. S. 13 Hybrid Seed Corn developed by U. S. Department of Agriculture and Adapted to this vicinity as proven by hundreds of satisfied customers. SHANNON & SHANN(^ HAIU)WARE Phone 29—Forty-Eighth Year—Phone 29 LO^AL PBODUCK Oradsd Eggs: • No 1. 37c No. 2 32c Checks ,.........30c Ungraded 3oc No. 1 Butterfat — 47c No. 2 Butterfat 44c Sweet Creaiii _-50c Hens, 4-5 Ibii." 21c No. 1 Light Hens, under 4 lbs..,....19c Heavy bred springs, 2 lbs. up —34c Ught roring?, 3 lbs. and upl_—23c AH cocks and stags, lb I 14c -All classes No. 2 Poultry, 3c lb. less Green Hldea _ _.-10c Kansas City Pro<1uce Kansas City, Jan. 8. lAP'^ Produfce: E^'gs specials 47.5-48.5; e .\tras . 41.3-43.8; standards 38.8; current receipts 38.8; all other prices unchanged. - Kansas Ctiv- Grafn Kan.sas Cify. Jrfn. 8. (AP)—Wheat tone unchancred to lower; No 2 Clark hard l.JBO 'i -1.68; No. 2 rod nom l .Gfi'.-1 .70"<; Corn': ton(! unchanfred to 2 liicher; No. 2 white 1.20-1.27: No. 2 yellow nom 1.131.1;? 'i; No. 2 mixed nc m l.n-1.13--,.'' Oats:tunc 1-2 hiirher; No. 2 while no in 7li-7f/. Y'lo ir,r.i.:n 1.89-1.97. Kafir 1.9r. Rvo 1.17'^. B.nrley 9.''). K. C. F .sliiTiatcd Hercipts Kansas Qity, Jan. 8. lAP,)—C;it- iK' 75C0: calVes CM; hogs 300: slirep ."000. ance. shipgws 200.- Sheep closlrigfalriy-active, lambs Steady to 25 lower; ewes steady to weak; good and choice wheat pastures lambs 14.75; nimierous shipments 14.50-65: good and choice truck in natives 14.25; medium and good lots 13.75-85; top ewes 7.25; many loads good and choice offerings 6.75-7.00. Kans-is Cilv: Closi; Kan.sas Cijy, Jaij. 8. lAP)—(WFA) Cattle: slaughter iitpfr?'. heifers and c'ow;; unr-vpiiiy steady to mostly 2.5 luwer: several loads top, eood and choice Ktetnr. 14.85-ir).,=)0: lattei price Kansas City Livestock M Kansas City, Jan. 8. iAP>— {WFAi—Cattle salable 23.000. to- val 25,000: calves salable 1700; total 2100;. slow on slaughter steers, heifers and cows, little done but few sales weak to 25 lower, bulls fully steady; vealers and calves about steady; stockers and feeders comprised around 70 per cent of receipts; trade largely steady: liberal run Iseef steers and cows; sales me] dium and good .steers mostly 12.25' 14.00; few loads good 14.25-50; strictly good and choice scarce; small lots medium and good heifers and mi.wd yearlings 11.00-12.50; good heifers held around 13.50 and above; good cows scarce; load of strong weights above steady at 12.75; odd head 12.00-50; large |.share cows eligible around 10.00 j downward dew canners and cutters sold 6.00-7.75; medium and good j.-^ausage^ bulls 10.25-11.75: 2 loads 1 fed medium weights 12 00; common |Ii!>ht weiehts 8.50-9.50: good and I choice vealers 13.00-14.00; c-ompar- nblo heavy .shipping calves 12.0013.00; medium and cood steers predominating' in stocker and feeder .•supply, bulk 10.50-12.50: few loads 1 trood and choice yearlincs and twos |l2G5-90: some held above 13.00; j .'-•m.nll lots cood vearline heifers j 10.25-11.00. ' Hogs s.Tlablc and total 300; active. I f'.illy steady at ceiling prices: wod 1 .ind" choice 180 lb. and up 14.50; j frv 140-170 lb. 14.00-40: .sows mo.st- good and choice truck in native lambs 25; medium and good shipments 13.85; top ewes 7.25; many loads unsold. LaHarpe Items •Iv 13.75. 1 .Sheen—Salable 14.000. totnl 19.500: slow, scatterin.g oneninp: sales ' lambs around 25 lower; ewes steady to weak; eood and choice fed Iambs lor 2 olads'116 lb. averages sold at: and wheat pasture offerings 14.50; 15.25; scattered shipments common uiid medium Mexicans and few dog- ;'ie.i 10.60-U.50; several loads good led heifers 13.00-.v0: bulk common •duil medium^cows 8.50-11.00; canners and cutlers- larselv 6.00-3.00: load chuice 842 ib. feeder .steers 13.15: )o.";-.i iighterjvcarliiurs 13.00; about 4 Ib.ids j.oofi and choice feeding heif- I rs ,n,'0-65; • load good stock coWs £•.'2?: load good and choice 475 lb. lipifers and .Stock calves 12.50: odd nead good heavy beef bulls 12.50. Hogs unchanged, complete ciear- LAHARPE, Jan. 8.—The Philathea cl!\ss of the Methodist ch'.irch will have their regular luncheon nest Friday noon. Following the luncheon the' Women's Society of Ch!i.sti.-.n Service will hold their regular meel- mg. Everj'one is m-ged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jury, and daughter Jeanette came from Hutchinson Thursday to visit Mr. Jury's parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jury Sr. The LaHarpe basketball fans en- joj-ed a full evening of basketball last Friday, foiw teams compe'ing. The grade school played the first game and lost to the Elsmore grades. The second team lost to ElsmOre 's second team. The first team, the Panthers, won over Elsmore and in the game between the town teams the La­ Harpe team won. A large and enthusiastic crowd attended the games. 1 Mrs. W. Shaughnessy received word ; from her son Harry S 2-c that he i iiad arrived in Parracut. Idaho, but ! ciid not expect to rem.-.in there very ;long. i Mrs. Kenneth Paddock received ' word from her husband. M-Sgt. I Paddock who ts in Normandy that hp has been confined in the iiospi- tal .several weeks, He is the son of ' Mr. and Mrs. Austin Paddock, i Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson, state evangelists for the Christian church . .vcvp in LaHarpe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart were .-^hopping in LaHarpe 'Saturday. Cc'ion liniers are an i.-nportant .source of chemical ceUUose. if ®¥AL -OF- HEL? SALVAGE CASH for DEAD Horses • CatiJo • Hogs WASTE mS FOR Telephone 638 lola lOLA REN£ffiBaW WORKS WASH TUBES The Feint LESLIE TURNER TOO PAD TO DISAPPOINT THOSE BANDV-LEGGEDNIPS V /T'P.E KO'.V \ GfrtiMG SET THERE TO M;'<i;TY .MILES UP.'.VE US OFF—BUT HERE'S OFr- MAG.ASAixl,/ WHEiit iVE SWING AROUND B'E.' jfc 'EM TO THE NORTH.'WHAT'S OUR NEW VECTOR, RED ? 3iS:«' """" BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Fast Work BY EDGAR MAKTr- f\'t"\'L^KiOO\'<i'. ? , ;— ,^4 RED RYDER False As^rance BY FRED HARMAr* OUTFlTTlN ROPE,R RETURN-. , rilS RA^3CK WITH : UTTuer" /VOT A >/ £XCEPT-ir\ R005T£R .fH^^'S HERE I WHO CftO \0 TOO TO \<OKfOj EARLY FOR UTTlEL .ABOUT .'>i&£. " ALLEY OOP Orders Reversed BY V, T. HAMLIN ^ -Wfe ^E NOT TO ATT AC < T^EM ( NOT K \c- K'OS' t MCOVi,\N •iNVADE'SS OP OL -a / (SSN'RAL.' ^ _ JGET HIS LEY I AN SOIL? WHAT KIND WEVE GOTA HANDS OH TMENEV LENIAN O" AORDE5 '6 TMXT ? J NEW KlNCi RC;v^L Jf^'cLS. Kii-MQ V ^'J>^f^'6 COME OVER LE^D6 MOOViAN ARMV . -.^iNCi WUR,"? ACROSS THE BORDER" M= 16 IGNORANT OP XING DICATJON .V- .vA. (mmQOP?/ DINOSAUR- S ITS J RIDING V H;M.' 1 -MOOVIAN DOPE? ; AV/RIGHT, LEMIAKS, FIRE!? '^GIVE THCM MOOVIAN FATHEADS TH' WORKS/ WIPE'e/^ Oirr TO A AlAN' DOM'T LEAVE A SINGLE KICK IN THEIP WHOLE DANGED ARMY?.* FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Folks BT MERRILL BLOSSER A HETOWMOF ^HAOYSI DE- HAD ALWAVS PRIDED fTSELF ON rrs CALM AND PEACEFUL EXlSTSiMCE-- imKnOFijOORSE, WAS pBg )R.TJ> Ifie ARRIVAL OF A, WD ^ NAWED JUNIOR tosel..'. T HESE ARF C J UMOR-'S ANCESTDR.S--MIS GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER , MIS GRFATGRAND P^T^^Bf^.-— '' — HIS G RAMOF A TMER, • AND HIS FATHE^K.' TMEV ARE ALL A PART Cr , JUNIOR'S FAMILV TREE/

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