The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1945 · Page 7
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 18, 1945
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lOLA. KANSAS THB lOLAiREGISTEB. THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 18.1945. PAGE SEVEN Classified ANNOUNCEMENTS 2-^Personals MESt, WOMEN! OLD AT 40, 50. 60! Want to reel peppy, years younger? Ostrex Tonic T.iblets pep up bodies lacking iron; also contain vitamin Br, calcium, rrial size ONLY 35c. At aU druggLns—in Ida, at Cook- sejt's Drug. QUICKIES WANTED —Man who called from Colony wanting sheep for corn. John Allen. 3~^trayed, Lost, Foond, LOST—Gold identification bracelet "Lovanda." Phone 393. LOST—Two wooden boxes, one emp- | ty. one containing truck flares! and flags. Phone 1221W. j LOST—Lady's bll'lfoid on square | Saturday night. Return to Register ; office for reward. AUTOMOTIVE 5—antomobOes Far Sale Sales- Chevrolet -Service John Deere BUD WHITE MOTOR CO. ^ Phone 60 Implement Dept. Phone 925 I— Anto Accessories, Tlr«a, Pmrte GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.—Phone 969 BUSINESS SERVICE S—Services Offered . 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. Ed Hess, S23 South Washington. Get Your New "Mine thinks I'm answerlh' a Register Want Ad—how'd you get out?" MERCHANDISE 27—Peed, Fnel, FerUIiaen COAL AS USUALr—Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. EXTRA GOOD ALFALFA, 75c a bale. R. E. Thomas, 7 miles south Gas City. EIGHT TONS loose hay in mow, six miles west Mildred. $8.00 ton. Carpenter, 410 South, Washington. FREE CORN COBS—lola Milling Company. 28—Household Goods WE BUY, TRADE, seU. household goods and other articles. Hen- nlnger's, West Madison. 29—Maehlnery and Tools Acme Kathanode Battery!:^ THREE ROW power lift, John Deere planter and three row power lift John Deere cultivator for sale. John Reiter. 1 mile south, 3 west, south Colony. Now. Its Patented Construction means greater value for you. CITIES SERVTOB -'• 301 N. Washington 32—Wanted—^To Bar ! FURS AND HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. FMPIOYMENT 14—Help H'anted—iMale RAWLEIGH ROUTE available at once in Woodson, Wilson and Bourbon counties. G<^ opportunity. Write at once. Rawleigh's, Dept..KAA-220-105, Preeport, lU. WANT PARTY to cut.^trees for tfie wood. 618 South Kentucky. FINANCIAL 18—Money to Loan—IitSarance INSURANCE. Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds. Farm-and City Loans. Charles M. Funk. ; LIVESTOCK 21— Horses. Cattle. SCtsceUaneon FOUR COWS for sale, fresh In .spring. Merrill Truster. 4 miles west, 1 mile south lola. 15 GOOD Western ewes lambing yow. and good Shropshire ram. Also 2 good milk cows. Ben Hixon. Phone 976F12. 22—Ponltry and SnpiiIlM WANTEn >-Black .'iustratorp cockerels for breede:-s. Taylor Hatch- rries. ) ARE YOUR HENS LAZY? •-Sluggish systems mean low egg production. Give your hens My- Ko-Cnims 10 days in feed, and see how fast they pick up. Goodsell Hatchei-y, Gas, Kans. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sate BROWN PUMPS. AAA, practically new. 305 West Jackson. Phone 1128. SJL-^LL BROODER HOUSE, 6 by 4 foot. 213 North Walnut. GUARANTEED BATTERIES Recharging and Repairing. GEORGE R. HTSER 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 SEVERAL DRESSES, slacks, jackets, siafe 12; shoes, 6H; child's slippers, size 10.! Inquire at 323 South Colborn. 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. R^ply to Box 91, care this newspaper. Advise make and best cash price. ROOMS FOR RENT 34—Apartments and Flats LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Apartment: two rooms downstairs; utilities paid; adults or adults and baby. 215 South Walnut.^ Real Estate for Rent 36— Farms and Land For Bent FOR RENT—80 acre improved fann Call at 520 South Walnut. Real Estate for Sale 40—Farms and Land For Sale ONE OF THE BEST 80 acres, south- cast of lola, good improvements, gas, in the house, electricity by place, good land. Also 14 acre track with good improvements on 54 liighway near LaHarpe. John Reuther, lola. 164 ACRES, ejEtra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be famed with tractor; school houise, % mile east of Leanna is on nOTth line of farm. This farm has always been paying good rate of interest rented. Price $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. FOR SALE—The MarshaU 140-acre farm, 1 mile south of Colony, Kas. Inspect it—make your best offer, at once. W. R. Taylor, Box 72, Carthage, Mo. 157 ACRB6, six room hoi:se, bam for 8 horses, stanchions for ten cows, double com crib and bins, 93 acres farmland, 64 pasture meadow and lots on gravel road, mile from 54 highway. Write Box 92, care of Register. 41—Honaes For Sale MODERN HOUSES—Five, six or seven rooms. Inqiiire 607 East Lincoln. NICE 4 -ROOM HOUSE at 1006 North Grant. Chanute, Kas. Must be sold to settle estate. See Luetta Scott, 205 South Chestnut, lola. 8 -ROOM HOUSE, other improvements, gas, water and electricitv; two acres ground. Mrs. WilUe Keen, Gas. u. s. u HYBRID SEED CORN Our First Allotment of 300 Doshels Arrived Yesterday SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE Phone 29i-4i!arty-Ei£rhtIi Year--Plu »Be: 29 (Fmit Published in The lola Register January U, 1945.) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT ' —Adnunistrator STATE OP. KANSAS. ALLEN COUNTY, ss. In the Matter of the Estate of George F. Odor, Deceased! Late of Allen County, Kansas. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO the creditors, heirs, devisees, legatees and all others concerned, that on January 5, 1945. the undersigned was. by the Probate Court of Allen County. Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of George F. Odor, deceased, late of Allen County, Kansas. All parties Interested in said estate will take notice, and govern themselves accordingly. All demands not exhibited vithln nine monthi; frtm the date of the first publication of the above notice shall be forever barred. FRANK W. TAYLOR, Administrator. Ci;11-18 -25. (First PuKUsbed inline iola Begleter j^anuaiy lia, l»te.) H ; KOTl(CE J*» the Elsctots of the City of lola: 'T-*you are hereby tootifted that the registration books are open and you can regi^ at my office in the City HiUl durliig business hours. If you have never registered in the City of lola. and have lived m the ward thirty dajss or more and in 'Unf&'atjed ^2c this state six months or more and no. i ttuuerfSit ———*«* have attained the age of twenty-one! NO. 3 Sutterfat __ w ieiw«wl>^**^fciwtt%ef*.itMttO.'«.W<i "Did you isend foi; • P^nh^^ USE SEOISISB W^NT-ADS DAILY RATES (Min(mum 15 Words) ONE DAV: Per word _2c THREE DAYS: Par word per day ..IHo SIX DAYS: Per wofd per day . .10 DISPLAY RATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE DAY: Per In^ 50c THREE pAYB: Per Inc^ 45c COXTBACT BATES (Mi^iimum 3 Lines) 26DAY^: Per litie per day^ 4o (9 Ijnes to the inch) CILOSING TIME , Want Ads will be accepted, until 1 p. n^. for that day 's insertion exftept Saturday when they mwst be Received by 10 a. m. T PHONE 18 NOTICE FARMERS LET US RECAP YOUR TIRES WITH THE FAMOUS FIRESTONE GROUND GRIP BAR TREAD All sizes of pa.s.senger and light truck tires can be. recapped with this tread. See u.s for this service. lOLAHOME&AUTQSUPPtY South Side Square I Phone 43 lOLA.. KANSAS MEN WANTED For War Work in Our Plant Right Here in Tola. i Please Apply at Office NOTICE : Thi-s work and our plant officiaUy classified by the U. S, Government as essential war work, same claa- sification as defen,se plants. PET MILK GO '1 ^hink they're heading for u saWinill t(>:setlW-tia^ must apoear in person at my office in the City HaU. ^ [SEAL] T. E-. SHANAHAN. , City Clerk. (1) 10-13-18. LOeAZ> FSOOUCS Oradsd figgs: No. a ;.. No. 2 „. ................ Checks ..34c -29c classes generally steady; spots, on! 75; good and choice vealers 13.00- natlve lambs 25 hlgh^; good and: 14.00; medium and good heavy choice native lambs 15.25; bulk good calves largely 11.00-12.50; .small lots and choice truck in. lots 15.00-20; other fed lots 14.75; many load medium and good wheat pastiure lambs 14.00-50; good and choice yearlln?s I good and choice 180 lb. and up 14.50; medium and good stock steers 10.0012.50; load good fleshy feeders 12.85. Hoss 2600; active, fully steady; .28c ye&rs, you must register before you are eligible to vote; If you-failed to vote at the general election held in Sweet"^Cre^m — Hens, M-5 lbs. .....21c ! No. I Light Hens, imder 4 lbs_..19c November,, aeavy^bred springs, 2 ihs. tq> —340 Light ipclngs. a lbs and up All coiiics^ and stags, lb. asc 16c 1944, and: have not: registered since, you must.reglster. '' •If you have move^ from | classes No. 2 Poultry. 3c Ih. test or street number where you lived rtrean'ffldM _—lOo when you-last registered, you musti ZZZIZ- reregister. If you ihave changed your ifame, you musi reregiSfter'; If you are ot foreign birth, you must present your naturalization papers in, order to register. Any person desiring to register! Kansa* <;ity Grain Kansas City Produce Kanla^ City, Jan. 18. (AP)—Produce: ;Eggs specials 42-43; all other prices unchanged. 12.50; several cars good and choice ewes 7.75. , Kansas City Livestock Kansas City, Jan. 18. .'AP)— (WFA)— Cattle 3000; calves salable 500; total 600; fairly active clean up of all classes at firm prices; 5 loads good and low choice long yearlings and medium weight slaughter steers 15.00-25; latter price for load 1240 lb.; other steers mainly medium and good 12.00-14.40; small lots common and medium 10.50-12.25; few lots good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 13.00-14.35; common and medium 8.75-11.50; medium and good sausage bulls 10.50- 12.Q0; good heavy beef kind 12.35- 140-1'70 lbs. 14.00-40; sows 13.75. Sheep: Moderately active, native Uimbs strong to 25 higher; limited early trade on other killing classes about steady; good and choice truck in native lambs 15.25: mediuni and good wheat-pasture oflerings 14.35; 2 cars good and choice ewes 7.75. SKATERS' PARADISE The walLs und floors oi u cave hi the Carpathian mountains of Hungary lire covered with crystals nil the year round, and it is a favorite icsort of .skaters. Kmoking can aggravate or accelerate the pr.ograss cf several'"forms cf heart disease, stomach ulcers and colitis. Re-Open Hearings On Draft Bill Washington Jan; 18. (AP)—Reversing an earlier d^ision. the house military committee today reopened its hearing on. work-or-be-drafted legislation. Chairman May 'D.-Ky.) announced after a closed morning ses- ."=ion that/ Marvin. Jones, war food administrator, .and Edw. A. O'Neal, head of the AmericsTn Farm Bureau Kansas City, Jan. 18. (AP)— Wheal^tpne H-iy, higher; No. SV durk -hard 1.59?,-1.64; No. 2 red nom t358-l.70'i. Conf; tone unclianged to I lower; No. 2 white 1.26".-.--1.26->.; No. 2 yellow;;, l;13?i; No .2 mixed nom 1.13',. Oat^ tone unchanged; No. 2 wliite Tioin 77-81. Mllo^mHize nom 1.72-2.01. Kafir i.80-2.01. Rye nom 1.14-1.15. Barley i.02-1.10. Estimated K. C. Livestock Receipts Kansas City. Jan. 18. lAP)—Ad­ vance Estimated livestock recelpt.s for tomorrow: Cattle 500, calves 150, ,?e7crrti ^n :wirrte hra;d""a;'a7ubUc . l&OO. -sheep 3000.. hearing this aiternoun. i 'livestock riosr Despite the reopening of the hear-, ^- »^wesiocK ciobc ings, May said he hoped, the com- . Kansas City, Jan. 18. (AP)— mittee would agree by nightfall on 'WFA?—Cattle 1 load good and the final dr4ft of; a biU. Prompt choice fat mixed steer and heifer enactment was requested yesterday yearllnj?s-; 15.00. by President Roos (JV (>lt. Pew other i committee members, however,^shared Mays optimism. Hogs unchanged. Sheeji:; moderately active, killing SHOCKING PLiNt LIFE The wltings of Linnaeus on the sex system in plant life shocked the religious world of the 18th century and were banned for years in several European; countries. Deaths; from, lung cancer losc 105 per cent among men during the decade of 1933-43' and 57 per cent among women. " TiT FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Herses • Cattle * Mogs HELP SALVAQE WAHE FATS FOR EXPLOSIVES Telephone 638 ^^^^ CaU Us Collect lOLA RENDERING WORKS WASH TUBBS Hedge-Hppjiing BY LESUE TURNEiJ BOOTS AND BUDDIES^ Getting Acquainted BY EDGAR MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Price Goes Up BT ]»^RRILL BLOSSER Y OU'RE A priBirv «EP| , LrFTLE IWEAT&ALi.. ' JUNfOB.- 6Ur I 3BT VOU ^AN'T DO MV HOMEWORK .';.^r •you A O KAV , HEScS My aeFfe !C90^J.' , AwO HERE'S NOW LEMMH SEE WOW ^AY , SMART vpo A(?£ / ^.-^^ BUFFALO'. • IT'S AW eVEN pi Bur WHAT GET VV/SE HOMEWOR. -r--\o B^re MOUTH S MUT; IF ^OUR. T-!,i.T L MORE TEACMF=5 DID ^OUK -.OO ^ FC"I BET I -J IF J. \ViS , SMART' — w »g(; M. h PAT. CfF.- •7 rit

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