The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 16, 1945 · Page 5
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a f lOLA, KANSAS ANNOUNCEMENTa ComiBg Sales Dates WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17—Heath and Brown sale, 6 miles north, 1 east Moran; or 1 south and 1 east of Mildred on Vincent Heath farm, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17—T. D. Minor sale, 6 miles south, 3 miles east of lola, 11 a. m. See latge ad in Register Friday, January 12, FRIDAY. JAN. 19—Samuel S. Stanley Sale, S'i miles south and 1 mile east of Moran at 11 a. m. See large ad In Register Tuesday, January \Q. 2—Personals MEN. WOMEN! OLD AT 40. 50, 60! Want to feel peppy, years younger? Ostrex Tonic Tablets pep up bodies lacking iron: also contain vitamin Bl, calcium. Trial size ONLY 35c. At all druggists—in lola, at Cooksey's Di'ug. 3—Strayed, Lost. Fonnd LOST—Lady's billfold on square Saturday night. Return to Register office for reward. AUTOMOTIVE S—AntomobUes For Sale MODEL A FORD—Excellent tires. See it at Hudson Pilling Station from 3 to_9 p. m. Aato Accessories Tlrti^ FUto ACME TIRES Are Good Tires. CITIES SpRVICE 301 N. Washington GOOD USED- PARTS PIONEER AU^ SALVAGE 817 South St.-^Phone 969 BUSINESS BERVICE •—Services Offered PASSE&KJER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACER Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chlg" Mann 105 East St. Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks fQr-25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair aJcj^t Ed Hess, 823 South Washington. MA3SEY-HARRIS Repairs and Service. Repair your machinery early. HISER IMPLEMENT CO. 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted—Fem^ COOK WANTED—Man or woman. Durand Hotel. Good wages, room and board. Oscar Brandon, Yates Center,, Kas. GIRL OR WOMAN for light housework for two persons, full or part time. Phone 1193J. HOUSEKEEPER to take complete charge lor few weeta ot home; 2 adults, 3 children. No washing or ironing. Good pay. Write or see Charles Sutherland, R. 3, lola. LADY TO SELL POPCORN at Pic Theater. Apply after 7 p. m. FINANCIAL 18—Money to Lo^—Insnranee INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loahs, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds, Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Punk. LIVESTQCK 21—Horses, CattMr ttOsceUaneena POUR COWS for .sale, fresh In spring. Merrill Tnislcr, 4 mllos wpst, 1 mile jiouih Ida. 7 GOOD EWES sale, bred to registered Slirop ¥am; lambing in February. D. L. Isaac, Bayard. ZZ—Poultry and 8B>PUM WANTED—Black AaUttJttlorp cockerels for breeders. Taylor Hatcheries. ARE YOUR HENS LAZY? Sluggish systems mean low egg production. Give your hens My- Ko-Crums 10 days in feed, and see how fast they pick up. Goodsell Hatchery, Gas, Kaos. QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds \^^\^v\\\ wf'^ ^ "I've looked every place—but I guess I'U just have to offer a reward for it in a Register Want Ad!" MERCHANDISE 24—Articlea For SalB FILES AND FLUES for 100 lb. and 200 lb. Warm Morning heating stoves; also one gallon syrup pails. S. C. Knight Sons Hdw., Moran. TAN CAMEL HAIR COAT, size 14, good condition. Schomaker Grocery, Gas City. Phone 986F33. 27—Fce «|i, Fml, vcrtiliKn COAL AS USUAL-Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah. 810 South Washington, lolo. Phone 774. NO. 1 PRAIRIE HAY for sale, $14 a ton. % east, 2 'Xi south of Gas. Glen Maley. 18% IMCO Economy lay masb, $3.00 cwt. lola Milling Co. 28— Household Gooda WE BUY, TRADE, sell, household goods and other articles. Henninger's. West Madison. WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture, stovra, sewing machines. Curtis Furniture. 32—Wanted— To Bay PURS AND HIDES Will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. PIANO WANTED AT ONCE I will pay cash for small or medium sized piano. Must be plain case. Might consider a spinet or small grand piano. Reply to Box 91, care this newspaper. Advise make and best cash price^ Real Estate for Rent 38—Wanted—To Bent WANTED TO RE»IT—Up to 200 acres suitable land for flax, or com. Please write Box 90, care Register. Real Estate for Sale 40— Fanos and Land For Sale ONE OF THE BEST 80 acres, southeast of lola, good improvements, gas, in the house, electricity 6y place, good land. Also 14 acre track with good Improvements on 54 highway near LaHarpe. John Reuther, lola. SALE IN PARTITION SUIT -PRIBBERNOW ESTATE Over 1,800 acres—large amount of No. 1 pasture I 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, Chu- luite, Kansas. 157 AORHS, six room house, barn for 8 horses, stanchions for ten cows, double corn crib and bins, 93 acres farmland. 64 pasture meadow and lots on gravel road, mile from 54 highway. Write Box 92, care of Register. 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be fanned with tractor; school house, V*. mile east of Leanna is on north line of farm. This farm has always been paying good rate of tntCTest rented. Price »5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. ATTENTION FARMERS! NEW TRACTORS AND IMPLEMENTS ARE SCARCE We have the repairs to keep your present tractors and implements in operation. Mechanics available for those who do not wish to do their own work. JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENT DEPT. BUD WHITE MOTOR COMPANY Service CHEVROLET service j^jjjj^ jjggjjg bales Real Estate for Sale 4 »^anns wk land For Sato FOR SALE-The Marshall 140-acre farm. 1 mile south of Colony, Kas. Inspect it—make youtr best offer, at once. W. R. Taylor, Box 72, Carthage, Mo. 41—Henses For Sale MODERN HOUJEet -Pive, six or seven rooms. Inquire 607 East Lincoln. FEW-TWO-STORY modem houses, well located. Priced to sell. Cha.s. M. FUnk. THE VOhk REGISIgRt TUESPA'y! EVENING, JANUARYae, 1945. •F'rankly. I think the army's^ commuting system is lousy! . USE REGISTER WANT-ADS THETPAT! DAILY RATpES (Minimum 15 Words) PAGE FIVE ONE DAY: Per word THREE DAYS: Per word per day SIX DAYS: Per word per day -20 ..Ic DISPLAY KATES (Minimum One. Inch) ONE DAY: Per inch 50c THREE DAYS: ' Per Inch 45c CONTRACT RATES (Minimum 3 Xllnes) 26 D'AYS: Per line per day 4c (9 lines to the inch) SEVERAL SMALL HOUSES, 4 and 5 rooms, priced less than $800. Chas. M. Funk. 5 -ROOM HOUSE, screened and glassed in back porch, good garage; fine location with lots of nice shrubbery. Phone 899. CLOSING TIME Want Ads will be accepted until 1 p. m. for that day's insertion except Saturday when they must be received by 10 at, m. PHONE 18 ^ring Us Your Heating ProUems Late arrivals on old orders enables us to furnish prompt installations. Coal and Wood Furnaces, the large size (200 lbs.) Warm Morning Heaters, Forced Air Gas Fired Furnaces. ' , SHANNON & SHANNON HA-RDWARE Phone 29—Forty-Eijfhth Year—Phone 29 NOTICE FARMERS LET US RECAP YOUR TJRE§ WITH TH E FAMOUS FIRESTONE GROUND GRIP BAR TREAD All .sizes of pa.s,senger and light truck tires cart be i-e- capped with this tread. See u.s for thi.s service. lOU HOME & AUTO SUPPLY South Side Square lOLA. KANSAS i'hoae 4a I ^Ctf course they'll eventtiallM flatten oirf'itwyi^f*''' LpCAI.^PBO0UGB No., 1 ....;.:..r. - :...34c uo. 2 ; „.-:...._.2fic Checks u _ —28c ^4*0 44c «c .21c Ungraded No. irtfutterfat . No. a Butterfiit. Sweet Croam — Hens,; 4 -6 lbs..... No. l';Llgbt Hens, under 4 lbs—19c Ueav^> bred sprinsl, 3 BM. up —94o Ueht. tvttimii UM and up 39c AU ctJcks and, stags, lb l«c AH daMM No. 3 Poultry. So lb. le^ Orees Hidet Ue Kansas City Produce- Kansas City, Jan. 16. (AP)—Produce: Eggs e:i(tras 38-39.5; all other prices unchanged. choice vealers 13.00-14.00; comparable grade 400-500 lb. calves 12.5013.50; stockers and feeders fairly active, steady to strong; good steers, 11.75-13;i0; fleshy kind largely 13.00 and 13.10; good feeding heifers 11.00-50^ Hogs 2500; active, fully steady at mostly ceiling levels; good and choice 180 lb. up 14.50; few 140-170 lb. 14.00-40: sows 13.75. Sheep 12,000; practically nothing sold early; trade delayed by higher asking prices; opening bids around steady; good and choice fed lambs held above 15.00; best ewes held above 7.60. Kansas, City prain Kansas City, Jan. 16. (API- Wheat unchaiiged to 2 higher; No; 2 dark^hard l'5Si',>1.68; No. 2 red 1.69Ti:-1.70'». • .. : " Corn, 84: unchanged to 1 lower: No. 2:white 1:57:: No. 2 yellow 1.13«^4: No. 2 mixed liom 1.13?4. Oa^ .5; unchanged: No. 2 white nom 77.80. Mifo maize 1.78-2.02. Ka^ir 1.82-1,98. Ryii 1.14?4.. BaHev 1.12-1.20'4. . . Estiirtated K. C. Livtsock Receipte Ka*isas 6ity, Jan. 16. I AP)—Advance estimated livestock receipts for fomorrow.: Cattle 6,500; calves 600; hogs 2,500: sheep 8,000. Kansiis City livestock Kahsas Ciiy,' Jan. 16. (AP'T- • WPA)—Cattle 9,250; calves 700: .steady mark(;t on practically all .slaughter classes of cattle • and calve^ii; fairly> active, liberal siipply grain feds, included many rgood and Kansas Ciiy Livestock Close Kansas City, Jan. 16. (AP)—Cattle: Active, steady to strong on all slaughter classes, instances 10-15 higher on steers, heifers and mixed yearlings; few loads top good and choice long yearlings and medium weight steers 15.35 and 15.50; load low to average choice around 875 lbs. 14.40: small lots good cows 13.00 and 13.25: good and choice feeding heifers 11.85: medium and good feeding cows 8.00-50. Hogs: Unchanged. Shepp: Moderately active, killing classes strong to 15 higher: top fed lambs 15.25: other good and choice shipments 15.10; many loads from Kansas wheat pastures 14.00-15.00: good and choice truck in natives 14.75: good and choice yearlings 12.75; top ewes 7.75; other good and choice shipments 7.50: numerous medium and good loads 5.00-7.00. COLONY, Jan. 12.—Mrs. Jefl Veteto was hostess to the N. G. C' club for an all day meeting Wednesday. A covered dish dinner wa.s served iit noon. Quilt blocks were pieced for the hostess. Tlie club will meet January 31 for an all day: meeting at the home of Mrs. Tud Ogle. Those present were: Mr.s. Bicrly. Mrs. WUUams, Mrs. McGuire. Mrs. Teagerden. Mrs. Gregory. Mrs. Lay and Mrs. Ogle. Mrs. Howard Veteto and Sherry Ann are in lola for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Cecilc Lightner. anil her brother. Marine Johnny Lightner who has Just returned from th^' South Pacific. Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Turner of Fi-ceport. 111. came Thursday for several days visit with Mrs. Tum- ers parents. Mr. .tnd Mrs. Prank Moore and other relatives. Mrs. Gay Hendri.x of LeRoy spent ."^cviTal days this week at the Mrs. Jane Heudrix home Mrs. Grayce Hender.son received word the fir.st of the week from her .son, Cpl. Paul W. Hender.son that he wa .s in California and expected to be home in a few day,s, Paul has been in ,scrvlc(,' in the Southwest Pacific-fur Ihc pa.st 34 montlw.. Cpl, Mclvin Bcionc of Coffej'Vllle .spent tile week-end here with his family, Mr.s. Ira Cox i,s home after an extended vl,sit wUli her daughter in Mlchlgnn, Mr. nnri Mrs, Wink .nnd Ruth of Chanutc visit.-ci .".t the parental Fraiiic Moore h'>me Sunday, Saarbruckcn Is thr chief city of the historic Saar district in Germany. BUTTERCUP NAMED The belief that it increased the butter content of milk led to the naming of the buttercup. It grows only on sound, dry, old pastm-es, which afford the best food for cows. ALL NAMED ALIKE In the Uttle town of Russgnach, Italy, all the people bear the same last name as the town, while all the males are christened Felice and the low choice steers selling 14.00- females S'elicita. 15.00: 1 load-: 1252 lb. choice steers 15.75 to shippers; several loads medium and good 12.25-13.76; few Idts common 10.00-11.00: few lots goted and choice wade heifers and miifpd yearlihgs 13.85-14.25; some held around 14.50!:and above; most medium and g(W)d heifers 11.00-13.S0: odd head cojnmon 8.50-9.50; go^ cows 12.00-60,: part load fed Jtihd at latter price; most common and mediiim 8:50-41.^5; medi""' r"fi i;ood sausage' bulls 10,50-12.00:- figw heavy beef k£nd 13.25-50; good and FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses-C&ttle-ISogs HELP SALYAae WASTE FATS FOR EXPLOSIVES Telephone 638 lola CaU Us Collect lOLA RENDERING WORKS WASHtUBBS Stop It, Bib! BY LESLIE TURNER ' CONTROLS JAMMED... CHIC, tOOK AFTER R£D.GOTTA GETAFTlNAHUPRy... BOOTS AND HER BiJDDlES Who? BY EDGAR MARTIl^ RBD RYDER Indian Land BY FRED HARMAi^ -nVO 'DVo.iTM TM' TRAIL. TtW RAN-OFF WITH LiTTL£-.^ ^THEVVE HEADED irOTO ^^~< , "-sT ( ' \ H%Kf, /NAVAJO coumKY ---ir5 Lii \e ) L'~>,^.^ ^, wet ^o?; ALLEY OOP A Shocking Reception BY V. T. HAMLIN MECKLES AND HISI FRJ[ENDS Junior Has Points BY MERRILL BLOSSER L ISTEN . SQurw— LETS UNDEtsTaND EACH owER rasHTNOvy/ ^MJ^R^" IM$ TO ^A&"CE UP WY ST0C»ES SO L AND I WONY &E EUSWl-E TO PLAV UfW- L6SS 1 GET THIS <3EOMETR .y THROUSH fAV HEAP/ TMAT THEOREM IS A CiNCH.'TMe SQUARE OF THE HVPOTeMUSE OF A RIGHT TRIANGLE IS EaUAL ID THE SUM OF THE SaUARES OP THE OPPOSITE TWO SIDES.' JuMIOC.L TMlMiC L'M GOMMA LFARNJ TO / LIKE VOU.' ^ T

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