The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 10, 1945 · Page 5
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 10, 1945
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ANNOUNCE^NTS Coming Sales Date* THURSDAY, JAN. 11— Vint Brillhart sale, 1 mile least, mile ; south of LaHarpe on Logan larm at 11 a. m. j WEDNESDAY, JAN. Ij7—T. D. Minor sale, 6 miles south, 3 miles east of Ida, 11 a. m. See lairge ad in Register Friday, January* 12. 3—Strayed, Lost. pJnnd LOST—Brown leather billfold in or around lola Theaj-re Saturday evening. Reward. Ableson Cleaners. LOST—2 strand string graduated pearls between Community building and 510 South Cottonwood last Friday night. Phono 762. QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds AUTOMOTIVE 5—Antomoblles For I Sals 70 Genuine Ford BATTERIES Five sizes. Fit practically every car and pocketbook. Good .Htoclc of SEAT COVERS ELLIOTT MOTOR CO. PHONE 893 205 S. JEFF. MODEL A FORD, 1930, good rubber, good condition. Ward battery set radio and battery. 4 miles south Moran, half west. H. L. PuUan. WE HAVE MECHANICS AVAILABLE IN OUR IMPLEMENT DEFT » to work on your tractors and farm machinery. BUD WHITE IMPLEMENT DEPT. Sales John Deere Service 1932 CHEVROLET — Extra good tires and motor. Oliver Dealer, East lola. CARS FOR SALE 1930 Model A Coupe, good motor and tires. 1934 Chevrolet two-door, a good one. 1935 Buick Special Sedan, good tires: runs fine. 1934 Dodge one-half ton Pickup, good tires, condition above average. All Less Than Ceiling Prices. LOGAN REYNOLDS Phone 751 203 S. Washington -Anto Accessories, Tires, Parte Anti-Freeze, $1.00 Gallon. WILSONSERVICE 301 North Washington TRUCK TIRES TRACTOR TIRES 25',< Off on all Truck Wheels lOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY (Firestone Store) Phone 43 South Side Square GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.—Phone 969 BUSINESS SISRVICE fl—Serylcea Offered PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOk 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 station and grocery for sale, Ed Hess, 823 South Washington. EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted—Female COOK WANTED—Man or woman. Durand Hotel. Good wages, room and board. Oscar Brandon, Yates Center, Kas. LADY to do housework, days only; excellent wages. Phone 772. 14—Help Wanted—Male DRIVER for Cory Taxi. See Feme Loftin, 206 South street. WANTED AT ONCE—Man or boy as wash room helper. Permanent job. lola Laundry. FINANCUL 18—Money to Loan—Insonmce INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. "What it is this time—a Are or answering a Register Want Ad again?" FINANCUL 18—Money to Lean—Insnranoe INSURANCE. Real Estate, Bonds. Farm and City Loans. Charles M Funk. LIVESTOCK 21—Horses, Cattle. MisceUaneons COW for sale; comes fresh about February 4. T. B. Patterson, Gas City, 4 blocks north post office. FRESH GUERNSEY COW; brindle heifer giving milk; 3 springer heifers. Wilson, north end of Second street. FOR SALE—Registered Guernsey bull, coming 3 years old: dam produced 570 pounds fat as a 3-year- old; sire's 15 nearest dams average 713 pounds fat. Grandsire sold for $7,500.00 in 1935. Guaranteed a breedej. Price $250.00. Dr. John J. Porter, Selma, Kansas. HEREFORD BULL for sale; long 2- year-old. Ira A. Saferlte, 214 miles west Neosho Falls. 40 EWES to lamb in February; 3- year-old Jersey heifer, fresh February; will trade for corn. John Allen, North Cottonwood^ 22—Poultry and Supplies ARE YOUR HENS LAZY? Sluggish systems mean low egg production. Give your hens My- Ko-Cnuns 10 days in feed, and see how fast they pick up. Goodsell Hatchery, Gas, Kans. NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brooder stoves; gas, electric, and oil. Buy early. Limited supply of each. Taylor Hatcheries. SINGLE COMB RED ROOSTERS for sale. D. R. Peter, 1 mile north of lola on State. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale GIRL'S BICYCLE—Good condition; practically new tires. Phone 752M. 602 H North Walnut. GULBRANSEN PLAYER PIANO and rolls; secretary and book case; cabinet Phllco radio. Write Box 464 or phone 17, Moran, Kans. SONOTONE HEARING AID, like new. Priced for quicl; s^le.. Phone 952. 27—Feed, Fuel, Fertilisers COAL AS USUAL—Prompt dellv^y. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington; lola. Phone 774. ^ TIMBER RIGHT here in lola to cut for small share or sell cheap; or to cut by rank. William Thomas, 116 South Ohio. 18% IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00 cwt. lola Milling Co. 28—HonaehoU Goods WE BUY, TRADE, seU, household goods and other articles. Henninger's, West Madison. WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture, stoves, sewing machines. Curtis Furniture. 29—Machinery and Tools HAMMER MILLS Fdrd Portables for Custom Work. Immediate Delivery. Also have Ford Milkers for Immediate delivery. HISER IMPLEMENT CO. 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 NICHOLS & SIIEPPARD threshing machine; one 2 -hole power sheller. W. W. McGie, Jr., Route 3, lola. 30— MnsfcaL Badio EXCELLENT USED PIANO for sale, medium size, with bench. Roberts Music Co. SAVE TIME AND MONElf WITH AN UP-TO-DATE MILIQNG MACHINE. WE ARE DEALERS FOR TWO GOOD ONES- SURGE AND RitBWAY SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE ' Phone 29-^Party-Eighth Yeai^Phone 29 ^, MERCHANDISE 32—Wanted—To Bay EEECTRIC HEATER, office type, one large or three small ones. O. K. Rubber Welders. Phone 827. FURS AND HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. POPCORN MACHINES, all makes and models. Electric, Biurch, Manley, Cretors. Highest cash prices paid. Write to M. B. Stasel, Popcorn Trading Post, 1116 S. Michigan Ave.. Chicago 5, 111. WANT TO BUY—A buzz saw. Phone 948F21. Harry Smoot. THE lOJA REGISTER. WEDNESDAy EVEKING. JANUARYllO. 1945. ROOMS FOR RENT 34—Apartments and flats NICELY FURNISHED downstairs apartment, 3 rooms, garage. 624 North Chestnut. 2-P.OOM APARTMENT; sink, private entrance; all bills paid; adults. 405 South Buckeye. Real Estate for Rent 3ST -Wanted—To Bent LARGE HOUSE, close to town. Inquire at 326 South Kentucky. WANT TO RENT—80 or 160 acre farm near lola. Write R. W. Crisp, Weir, Kansas. Real Estate for Sale 40—Farms and Land For Sale IMPROVED FARMS for sale; also 320 acres pastiire; 240 acres pasture; possession; cash or terms. See D. D. Brownwell, Kelley Hotel, evenings this week. SALE IN PARTITION SUIT —PRIBBERNOW ESTATE Over 1,800 acres—large amount of No. 1 pasture land, one well-improved stock farm —located in Woodson County. Kansas, nine miles northwest of Humboldt, will sell in tracts at public auction, at Court House in Yates Center. Kansas, on Monday, January 29th, at 10:00 A. M. Further information see R. B. Smith, Attorney, Chanute, Kansas. 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 faim has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Price S5500.00. Ed Hess, 8^ South Washington, lola' 41—Houses For Sale HOUSE, 802 South Walnut, priced to sell. Inquire 8,32 North street after 6:00 p. m. 44—Wanted—To Buy MODERN SUBURBAN in lola in good condition. Mrs. RoUa Cheever, Colony, Kansas, phone 116.- WILL PAY CASH for small modern home, close in. Phone I50J. (Hrst Published In The lola Regis• «W JSauarya, 1945..) IB theProlwte Court df AUes County, Kansas in the .-Matter ol the Estate of Charles U Arnold, Deceased. No. 6452 NOTICE OF HEAKmC The Stake of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said Court by A. W. Young, administrator, praying for. an order settling ^d allowing his accounts as such ad- ministrat<9r, determining descent and heirship, ' ordering ; distribution of said estatfe and discharging said administrator and his. sureties, and you are hereby required to file j ^our written defenses thereto on or before Friday, January 26, 1945, at 2:00 P. M. of ;sald day in said Probate Court at fhe Cotmty Court House fit the City bf lola, Kansas, at which time tandi place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein. Judgment and decree will be entered In due courM upon said petition. Witness my iiand in the City of lola in said colmty and state this January 3, 1945. ; A. W. YOUNG, i , ' Petitioner. SPENCER A. GARD, Attoj^ney for Petitioner. (1) 3-10-J7. (First Puljllshed in The lola Register January 10, 1945.) NOTICE To the Electors, of the City of lola: You are' hereby notifed that the registration books are open And you can registler at my office in the City Hall during business hours. If youjhaVe never registered in the City 5f lola, and have lived m the ward ihirty days or mor^ and in this state? six months or more and have attained the age of twenty-one >-ears, you must register before you are eligible to vote. If you failed to vote at the general eleciion" held in November, 1944, and^have not registered since, you must register. If you have moved from the house, or street'number where you lived when you' last registered, you must reregister; If you have changed your name, you must-reregister. II you rare of foreign birth, you must present your naturalization papers in jorder to register. Any person desiring tp register must appear in person at my office in the City HaU. ISEALlr T. E. SHANAHAN. ; City Clerk. (1) 10-13^18. GOP bEASSUREO Portland, Ore., Jan. 10.-(AP).— After weary clerks had spent hour."-, trying to* convince customers that there wa» no imminent danger-of shoe ration stamps being cancelled, one store finally put this sign in the window: "All yoj) Republicans—don't take it too secioubly . . . there WILL b< shoes." :' Some i^uishrooms are so delicate .that thej^are to be found only between daim and sunrise. USED and FARM MACHINERY 1—1934 John Deere Trftctor 1—1935. John Deere Tractor 1 Regular FaiinaU Traotor I—194J(, John Deer Combine, 6-faot 1 AllLs Chalmers Combine, 5- foot 1 InteAiational Burr MiU. 8 -ft. 1 P. &-0. Corn Planter with chetk wire 1—2-R9W Cultivator 1 Disc,; 10-foot. ;; PHONE 925 Implement Dept. BUD WHITE MOTOR CO. LOCAL FBODUCK OradsdEggs: No. 1 ; '../..^ No. 2 A.; Checks . Ungraded No. 1 Biitterfat No. a Butterfat Sweet dream PAGE FIVE Hens, 4-j5 lbs ...36c ...3ic ...29c ...34c -470 _44c JSOe ..21 c No. 1 Lifht Hen^ under 4 lbs I9c Heavy bred sprii^ 2 lbs. up _Stc Ught s]»4ngs. 3 lbs and up JSIr. All cocks and stags, lb 16c AU clashes No. 2 Poultry. So lb. less Green Bides >._; ____10o Kansas fcity Preidttce % [, Kansas City, Jan. 10. (AP)—Produce: Eggs specials 44.5-45-5; extras 39.5-42; /Standards 36.8; current receipts 36.8; all ; other prices <uh- changed. Kapsas City Gruin Kansa.'H City, Jjin. 10. (AP;—Wheat tone 1 l(J*er to V> higher; No. 2 dark hard 1.59-1.65; No. 2 red nom 1.67%1.70%. \ : Com, tone unchanged to 1 lower; No. 2 white 1.25;;No. 2 yellow 1.13?i; No. 2 m^ed nom;i.l3-1.13?i. Oats, tone unchanged; No. 2 white nom 77-60. MUo nlaize 1.^2-1.96. Kafir i.94-1.96, Rye sample, sSle 1.13. Barley "sample sale 96. . &md choice vealers largely 13 .0014 .00; medium and gobd heavy calves 11 .00 -13.00; packa(;e good and ctfeice around 575 lb. 13.75; stockers arid feeders scarce; small lots me- diimi and good steers 10.00-11.50; hnlers 9.50-10.50. Hogs salable and total 3000; active, fully steady; good and choice 180 lb. 1450; few 140-170 lb. 14.00-40; sows 13;75. Sheep salable 10,000, total 13,000; sl^w, practically nothing sold early; opening bids on slaughter lambs w0ak to slightly lower, asking stronger; best fed lambs held above 15.00. K. C. Uvestock CIMC 'Kansas City, Jan; 10. (AP)— (WFA)—Cattle, good clearence and aH classes, some strength on good steers; otherwise largely fully stea;- dy; 1 load common and medium wjirmed up Mexican steers 11.00. •Hogs: unchanged. Sheep: closing active, killing classes steady to strong, around 11 cars good and choice lambs from feed lots and wheat pastures 15.00; other good ' and- choice shipments 14.50-75; good and choice trucked in native lambs 14.25-50; medium and good yearlings 11.50 and 11.65; good and choice slaxxghter ewes 6.85-755. K. C. Estimated-Receipts Kansas City, Jan. 10. (AP)—Advance estimatecl livestock receipts for tomorrow: cattle 3000; calves 500; hogs 2500; sheep 80O0. Kansas City .^vestock Kansas! Citjj; Jan. 10. (AP»— (WFA)—Cattle Salable 700: total 7300; calVe.s salable and total 700: laigely steady/ on all classes; fairly active on grain feds rating good or better; large shCKe beef steers medium and good \'ielllng 12.75-14.25; several loads lortg yearlings and medium 'liveights.' 14.50-15.00; string conimon .and -medium Mexicans 11.40; 2 loads light mixed breed ll.'0-12.25i medi'om and good heifers 11.50-13.00; toad good 13.75 and load good and tUioice mixed yearlings 13.4^; few' good yoimg cows 12.50-13.00; most- common and medium 8.50-11.50;; medium and good sausage bulls 10.00-11.75; odd head good beef kind . 11.25-12.50; good and choice faulfs 10.00-11.75; good LaHarpe Items , LAHARPE, Jan. 10—"What young j^an was going to see the girl he wanted to marry and killed a lion on the way"? is the Bible question for tonight's meeting at the Baptist Chur(;h. You are invited, i Geo, Ensminger, son of Mrs. JPaullne Ensminger. and Carl Ansell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ansell, went to Leavenworth Tuesday for their physical exams. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eisenbrandt and daughter Hilda, were Sunday dhmer guests of Mrs. Eis- CASH for DEAD Horses • Cattfo • Hogs Phona enbrandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McVey. Mr. J. C. Glass of lola was calling on LaHarpe merchants Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Walton were shopping in LaHarpe Tuesday. Mrs. Ora .Mauk is visiting her brother in ibla, while her son Lee is working in Lawrence. • Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Conner and family were Simday dinner guests of their son, Alfred Conner and wife of lola. Mr. and Mrs. Mosier nave beeq ill with colds the past week. Mr. Campbell Berry of Bronson. visited his mother, Mrs. Irml and Mr. Irml last week. Miss Edith Stapleton visited her mother Mrs. Leah Stapleton and family last week, retm-ning to her work Tuesday. Mrs. Imogene Morrison was a guest in the Dee Henderson home for supper last Sunday evening. Mr; and Mrs. Oscar Pulse received a letter from their .son Ar- dith, who had been wounded in Germany. He is in a hospital and his recovery will be slow, but he is Improving. Mrs. R. W. Freeman and children came from Fort Sill, Okla.. to visit Mrs. Freeman's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Guy Tredway. Ma.lor Freeman, who ha.s been at Fort Sill, was trarusferred to Ciinip Llvins;- ston, La. OUT AND IN Denver. Jan, 10, (.APi —Two .signal events occurred ytstcrday in t!ie life of James L, Bradley, iftirins state auditor, and at '34. the yoiuig- est state official in Colorado's his- toi-y: He went out of office at noon and then received a notice to report January 17 for induction into • the army. Guayule Is a .substitute iov rubber obtained from a iJlant fimiid native in Mexico atid, Tex:i ,s FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Hones • Cattle HaF SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EXMOS^ES Telephone lOI^ RESSDEBSm WOEES WASH TUBBS Here Come the Jokers BY LESLIE TURNER iJTAP FIG+TTERS START eLIWBING Ft^OM BASES IN THE; PATH OF THE APPROACHING SUPER F^TRTS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES iiong Night BY EDGAR MARI W \ COC:^.^ OiW TKVy. FROM STEEL T0;RUBBER You can now convert your tractor or any other farm implement from steel to rubber. ? For details see us or the Local AAA office. DENTY'S TIRE SHOP '(2.DAy 3BK^ . Tractor Tire Recapping lOLA HOME & AtlTO^UPPLY FIRESTONE STORE PHONE 43 f«)trTH SIDE SQUARE V^O^VSX -OO^ TQWKi p U6W \\v 'ROOTS' RBD RtDER His Secret BYFRED HARMAH REOt^DER, WHO IS BU5Y ;£H0E1N36 A HORSI CWNNOr H^AR LITTLE BEAVERS fAUFFLED CRT FOa HELP

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