The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 17, 1945 · Page 5
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TOLA, KANSAS TOE ibLA REGISTEB, WEDNESDAY E\^yiNG, JANUARY 17, 1945. PAGE FIVE Classified M§ ANNOUNCEMENTS Cominc S^es Dates- WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17—T. D. Minor sale, 6 miles south, 3 jnlles east of lola, 11 a. m. See large ad in Beg- ifiter Friday, January 12. FRIDAY, JAN. 19—Samuel 8. Stanley Sale, bVi miles south and 1 mile east of Moran at 11 a. m. See lajrge ad in Register Tuesday, Jahuaryie. 2—PerMtnala QUICKIES By KenReynoUy MEN, WOMEN! OLD AT 40, 50. 60! Want to fefil peppy, yean* younger? 0«trpx Tonic Tablet* pep up bodlei! liiclelhK Iron; also contain vitamin Bl, ciilOum. rrial size ONLY 36c. At oil drugBlsts—In lola, at Cooksey's Drug. I 3—Strayed, Loat. Foond 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. *—Anto Accessories, Tirca, ruta Exchange Your Grade I Certificate for an Acme Mile Master Tire You cannot buy a better tire. WXLSONSERVICE yol North Washington GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.—Phone 969 "But I was sure that Register Want Ad said 'House Cat!" LIVESTOCK Real Estate for Sale 22—Poultry and 9nppUef 40—Farms and Land For Sale TRUCK TIRES TRACTOR TIREK 2.5';^ Off on all Truclc Wheels lOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY (Firestone Store) Phone 43 South Side Square « BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" Mann 106 Eiist SI. Phone 156 WANTED—Black AUitralorp 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 last they pick up. Goodsell Hatchery, Gas, Kans. MERCHANDISE FOR SALE—The Marshall HO-acr.; larm. 1 mile :;outh of Colony. Ka.s. Inspect it—make your best offer, at once. W. R. Taylor, Box 7:.', Carthagf, Mo. 24—.Articles For Sale SMALL BROODER HOUSE, 6 by 4 foot. 213 North Walnut. SEVERAL DRESSEb. slacks. jackeUs. size 12; shoes. 6'j; child'.s slippers, size 10. Inquire at 323 South Colboni. 27—Feed, Fuel. Fertilisers C.^R of cotton seed meal on track, lola Milling Co. COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah. 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington. MASSEY-HARRIS Repairs.and Service. " Repair yoiu- machinery early. HISER IMPLEMENT CO. 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 EMPLOYMENT 13— pelp Wanted—Female 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 n93J. HOUSEKEEPER to take complete charge for few weeks of home; 2 adults. 3 children. No washing or ironing. Good pay.-Wrlte or see Charles Sutherland, R. lola. LADY TO SELL POPCORN at Pic Theater. Apply after 7 p. m. EIGHT TONS loose hay in mow. six miles west Mildred. $8.00 ton. CRrix-nter, 410 South Wa .S |hington. NO. 1 PRAIRIE HAY for sale. $14 a ton. 'j east, 2'j south of Ga.s. Glen Maley. 28— Hoosebold Goods WE BUY, TRADE, sell, household goods and other articles. Hen_ ninger's ,_West Madison._ 29—Machinery and Tools THREE ROW power lift, John Deere planter and three row power lift John Deere cultivator for sale. I John Reiter, 1 mile .south. 3 west, .south Colony. 14^dp Wanted^^ale WANT PARTY to cut trees for the wood. 618 South Kentucky. 15—Situations Wanted—Female YOUNG WOMAN wants work; anything considered. Call 666 between 7 and 9 p. m. 33—Wanted—To Boy PURS AND HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Satiu-day. B:enneth Sharp. PUNO WANTED AT ONCE I will pay cash for small or me- diimi 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 36—Farms and Land For Bent FOR RENT—80 acre improved farm. CaU at 520 South Walnut. 38—Wanted—To Bent FINANCIAL . 18—Money to Loan-^nsoraaes INSURANCE. Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE. Real Estate, Bonds. Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Punk. LIVESTOCK 21—Horwfl, Cattle^ FOUR COWS for sale, fresh In .spring. MerrlU Truster, 4 miles west, 1 mile south lola. 7 GOOD EWES for sale, bred to registered Shrop ram; lambing in February. D. L. Isaac. Bayard. WANTED TO RENT—Up to 200 acres suitable land for flax, or com. Please write Box 90, care Register. Real Estate for Sale 49-Fanns and Land For Sala ONE OF THE BEST 80 acres, southeast of lola, good improvements, pas. in the house, electricity by place, good land. Also 14 acre track with good improvements on 54 highway near LaHarpe. John Rcuther, lola. 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be fanned vith tractor; school house, % mile east of Leanna is on north line of farm. This farm has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Price «500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. Carpenter Work Wanted ' NEW AND REPAIR ESTIMATES FREE GUY WALKER Box 492 GARNETT, KAS. or Phone 297 Expect to MaiKeloSa My Home in the Near Future. 157 ACRES, .'^ix room housf. barn for 8 horses, stanchions for ten cows, double corn crib and bins, 93 acres farmland. 64 pasture meadow and lots on gravel road, raile from 54 highway. Write Box 92. care of Register. 41—Honses For Sale MODERN HOUSES—Five, six or SfVen rooms. Inquire 607 East Lincoln. LEGAL (First flushed in llie lola Begis- ier JanUBiy 3, IMS.) In FMfeate CMxt Allen CwBtr, Kansas : In the Matter of the Bst^ of Charles.L. A|>9old..Deceased. No; 6452 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: , Vou fixe hereby notified; that a petition: has been filed in said Court by A. .'W. Young, administrator, praying for an order settling and allowing .bis accounts as such administrator,'determining descent and heirship, ordering distribution of said estate and discharging ktid administrator and his sureties, and you are hereby required to file yotilr, written defenses'thereto on or beform Friday, January 26, 1945, at 3:0Q P. M. of said day In said Probate Court at the County Court House in the Citjr of lola, Kansas, at which time and place said caiisc will be heard. Should you fall therein. Judgment and decree will be entered m due cbufse upon said pctlti6n. Witness my- hand in the City of lola In .-aid 4 ;ounty and state this January 3. 1945. A. W. YOUNG, Petitioner. SPENCER A. GARD. Attorney for Petitioner. (1) 3-10il7. NICE 4-ROOM HOUSE at lOOG i North Grant. Clianute. Ka .K. Mu.st, • be sold to sct'.lc estate. Sec Luet'.a . Scott, 205 South Chestnut. lola. I 5-ROOM HOUSE, screened and glassed in back porch, good garage: fine location with lots of nice shrubbery. Phone 899. 'Fir.st published In The lola Register. January 17, 1945.) In the Probate Court of Allen County, Kansas. In the Estate of Henry Elmer Johnson, Deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansa-s, to all per- .sons concerned: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned was duly appointed and quaUfied as administrator of the above entitled estate on January 16, 1945. All parties interested will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Demands not exhibited within nine months from the first publication of the above notice shall be forever barred. ALVIN ERICSON. Administrator. J. C. Edwards. Attorney. 111 -17-24-31 'First'published in The lola Register, January 17, 1945.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN PARTITION In thp District Court of Allen County, Kansas. W. H:--Ung, Plaintiff vs. H. M. ijng, et al Defendants No. 19610 By virtue^ of an order of .sale is- .sued by. the Clerk of the . Thirty- .seventh Judicial District Court in and foi; Allen County, State of Kansa.s.,ln the above entitled (Skuse and to n\p directed and delivered. I will, on the 19th day of February A. D.. 1945. at 10 o'clock A. M. of .said da.v, at the south front door of the courthouse in the City of lola. Allen County. Kansas, offer lor sale' to the highest bidder for ca.sli in hand, the following de- .^cribed real estate, to-«rit: The East Half (E. ':;) of the Korth^st Quarter (NE. '() of Section Thirty-.six <36 J . Township ^Twenty-four (24), Range Seventeen <17). le.ss highway right of wav. Allen County. Kansas, and .subject to >i mortgage made to Lelah-Works, dated April 1. I94I. in the .sum of Six Hundred Dollars I $600.00), bearine five percent interest and due five <5) years from date: aliio .subject to riaht of way aereement and indastiial lea.se and oil and 6as lease, all of which are more fully de.scribcd in Decree of Pajtition, Said pronerty is aporaiscd at Twentv-f;i«ht Hundred . Dollars '2800.00)without roeard to any Uen.s and Ls to be advertised and sold according to law in ttie same manner sales of real estate on p.^erution to the hlehcst bidder for ca.sh in band. Said land sjiall not be .sold for Ies.s than two-thirds of the apprui,«ed value and the same shall besold without rertemntlon and in pursuance of a decree in jiaitition.- HOMER V. TROXEL. Sheriff of Allen County. Kan,sas. Bv John I A. Paee. Undersheriff. Frank w; Tavlor. Attw fo,-;P!aintiff. a 1 -17-24-31 (2).-7-14 SOME STRETCH Snakes.; because of the elastic hinges on their jaws, are able to .swallow n >'ev four timps larcrer Than the norKial diameter of their tlu-oats. ' The Saar in Germany has been a coal-minii^i? area since the middle U. S. 13 HYBRID SEED CORN Our First Allotment erf .300 Bushels Arrived Yesterday. SHANNON & SHANNON HA-RDWARE Phone 29—Forty-Eighth Year—Phone 29 FROM STEEL TO ROBBER You can now convert your tiactor or any other farm implement from steel to rubber. . For details see us or the Local AAA office. DINTT'S TIRE SHOP GONE ARE THE DAYS TO SHOP AROUND IN SELLING YOURCAR The government has established -ONE ceiling price at which you can sell your car to a dealer or individual. WE WILL PAY YOU THAT PRICE NOW NO DELAY—NO RED T^APE Remember ... No one can pay y6u a higher price for your car. BUD WHITE MOTOR COMPANY JOHN DEERE ^ . LOCA^FBODVCS Orads^Eggs: " No. 1 - 34c- No. 2 .29c Checks i...- - 28c, Ungraded ..- 32c No. 1 Butterf«, _; :-47t NO. a Butterfati : «c sweet Cream ^—, BOc Hens, 4-5 lbs. t. head heavy beef kind 1250; good and choice vealers 13.00-14.00; medium and good 300-500 lb. calves 11,00-13.00; small lots medium stbck steers lO.OO-ll.OO steady. Hogs 3,000; active, fully steady; good and choice 180 lb. up 14.50; 1«-170 lb. 14.00-40; sows 13.75. iSheep 10.150; . slow, practically •nothing sold early; early bids on I slaughter lambs lower, asking fully ; steady; best fed lambs held above 'l5;00; best ewes around 7.75. ...21c No. 1 laght Hens, under 4 lbs l9c Heavy ^bred sp^ngs, 2 Ox. up . ..840 Light spTiagB, 7 Iba and up 23c All cocks and ;>tags', lb 16c 4.11 cUjsses No. 2 Poulti7, 3c lb. lesi Green 'Hides 10c xkmatc City Produce Kansas Cit^, Jan. 17. (AP)— Product: Eggit specials 43-44; all other prices unchanged. Kamias; C'ily Qrain Kan.s<ui Clt^;. Jan. 17. 'AP)— jWheat:; '<i Iow«r to '4 higher; No. .2 dark hard 1.61-1.68; No. 2 red nom 1.68-1.7b-». Corn; Unchtnued to 1 lower: No. 2 whitd 1.27 -.'4^ Nc.. 2 yellow nom. 1.13'';;No. 2 mjxefl nom. 1.13-rl. Oats: Unch^nge:;!: No. 2 white nom. 77-81. ", Milo maize: 1.80^2.02. Kafh": 1.84-2.00.' Rye:;nom. .t.l4-^.15'i. Barley: nom. 96-1.20. Kansa.s City Estimated Receipts Kansas Citj', Jan. 17. (AP)— AdvancJe estintated livestock receipts for tomorrow: Cattle 2.500: calves 500; hdgs 2,000; sheep 6,000. Kansas City Livestock Close Kansas City, Jan. 17. (AP)— (WFA)—Cattle: Load good and choice fleshy feeding heifers 12M. Hogs: Unchanged. ^heep: Slow, trucked in native lambs steady to strong; other kill- itlg classes about steady: top native lainbs 15.00: bulk good and choice trucked in lots 14.75-15.00: many lohds medium and good wheat pasture lanlbs 14.00-75 : 4 cars good ahd choice ewes 7.75; others 7i0-60. Humboldt News Kansas City |,ivestock Kansja.s Ci{y, -Jan. 17. (AP» — (WFA)—Cattlp 6800: calve.s 550: general trade active, slaughter clas.ses ..steady to ;strong: numerous sales .steers 45-25 higher for two da.v.s: l^rge sliarc of slaughter steers good grade staling 14.00-15.00: several loads good and choice 15.15-50: latter 'price for " medium weights and lieavics: . nutacroas loads inc- diunj vnd low K'MJA 12.50-13.75; small lots comnwii and medium 10.00-12.00: f^ew • load.s good' and choice 'heifers- and mixed yearlings 13.60-14.40: laiter price for heifers: .scattering of- medium and good heifers; 11.50-13.25: load good grain fed cows 12.75: several loads common and medium 9.75-11.00: odd lots common 8.50-9.25; medium and good sausage bulls 10.50-12.00: odd- IIUMBOLDT, Jan. 17.—Mrs. Eva Moon, worthy matron, and J. A. Van Nice, worthy patron, presided over the meeting of Humboldt chapter. O. E. S.. Monday night, when '•xhf chapter met in regular session jat the Masonic hall. Plans are un• der consideration to entertain the Ma.'^ons with a dinner in the near tuture. Mrs. F. C. Miller, Mrs. James .'\ithur Smith, and Mrs. W. A. Byerley were appointed members of the :' committee to make the arrange- rmiits for the dinner. T. .\. Rails• biuk. Mr.s. Vcrn .Smith and Mr.s. friaries Funk were named on the I pro^jram committee. Tlic date has not been set. and viW be announced later. All officers were at their sta­ tions for this meeting. Mrs. Punk, who was imidsle to be on hand for the installation service, was installed as Electa Monday night. Mrs. Minnie Wakefield was installing officer and Mrs. W. C. Shaffer was installing marshal. Members who have not been able to attend for a long time were on the sidelines Monday night. Mrs. Joyce Colbiun has resigned her position as teacher in the Washington school, and has gone to Williamsburg, Virginia, to join her husband, Sgt. Gordon Colbiun. who is stationed there on a .special assignment with the marines. Mi.s.s Bird Chambers will fill the vacancy arising in Mrs. Colburn's resignation. Miss Elaine Talley, student at Kansas University, .spent the weekend In Humboldt with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William McGrcw. Randolph Shoemaker, of Orange, Texas, underwent major surgery at a hospital there Monday, and Is in a critical condition, according to word received here He is a brother of Mrs. A. C. Sterling, and a brother- in-law of Mrs. Eulalia Bamett. Mrs. Je.sse A. V.nn Nice Jr., and •^on Curtis Al.in returned yesterday evening to their home at Gardner, after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Van Nice. Miss Grace and Curtis. Plight OfllLcr auc^ ivlrs. James Barnett. wlio have been the guests of Flight Officer Barnetts mother, Mrs. Eula:]ia Barnett. left Saturday. He returned to his post of duty at Luke Field. .Arizona, and she went to Sioux City, Iowa, to visit home (olk.s tlierc Ixfore Joining liini at Fhocni-v. William Henry H'lni.-.on, ninth President of tlu United States. wa.s the OiC'.i 'sl man ever elected to the olfice. Ho s(rvf'tl tli? .shortest term, one month, and was the first President to die in office. FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses-Cattle-Hogs HELP SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EXPLOSIVES Telephone 638 lola CaU Us Collect lOLA RENDERING WORKS WASHTUBBS '•^r,Vi K III! RO Whose Nose Bleecis Now? BY LESLIE TURNER Of riiNfi i.t .R uno^R CDNTROt BACK HERE B60TS AND HER BUI>DIES Hortense Again ! ! ! ^OOl ROD BY EDGARMARTm RED RYDER Wall of Silence BY FRED HARMAN STILL Sio '^OP' iJTTLcr &£X\'EK : ,,euT AT LEAa-r A *\d \>o T H" NAVAJ05 1 WITH VOHAT I SUSPECT WEf^E IWO I WL? &RE£D = •', WAVE VOU ALLEf OOP Off Balance BY V. T. HAMLIN ACUEV OOF! MV GOSH ROVAV HIGHNESS : 1 CtRTAllNLV NJl'VER eVDeCTED 'TFlNiD VOU 1 ' i COUHbC NCr BUT HAVE A SEAT, TE/V FOR. HIS MOOVIAN FREC^ES AND HIS FRIENDS I I AINT HAD TOO -riiAb A LL ' U' OfC; f r^H EXPERlENCC /RlC-MV OOt'.-UiT • i'L 'I A '^T' I ATTHISKIMDA /A C>LOP. R'JVI ; , C',./ r -1/.BUSINESS.- ..f CAf'n: HtjRi-. i-,r': • b_;CL'_> or COCOMUT 1 \ KING '^Ul> or ' Says Which? BY MERRILL BLOSSER '\'Wrjjrr.-r>.r< v ^-^ij \_^f.K I JJiT MAPPED' 'O MAV£ A ^^\^•-<rK •iO ML'Cu'ASOJt GEOMETSy / 5.Ki!^^ FAT50.' L WAS RAISED OfJ TME JJ'JiCl ^r? \ STufF.' IM FACT, L CRACK-ED SOMF c ••a i i Aw. I BET YOU'RE JUSr A RASH IN THE PAN /

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