The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 23, 1945 · Page 5
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 23, 1945
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lOLA, KANSASv Clas s ANNOUNCEMENTS Coming Sales Dates MONDAY, JAN. 29T-J. M. Bailey Sale of farm and personal property, 5 miles west and 1 mile south of Colony at 1 p. m. sharp. See large nd in Register Wednesday, January 24. ; 3—Strayed, Lost. Fonnd BLACK AND WHITE pup. male, .strayed from olfi South Sycamore. Reward. Phone 1320W, BILL FOLD Saturday night In or . near lola theatre containing money. Hl-Y membership card.s, etc. Reward if returned to Alan Lynn. The Rei!i.ster. , LOST—Fur milten Ijetvecn Hart's and junior hish school, red suede iiiition wiih f;u' b:ick. Return to '[avkjr's Hateliery or phone 74G. QUICKIES By Ken Rejmolds I.O.ST -Milk inutc book with .sales i.u.x lettt'i-. Dun Nichols. Route 3. lola. Plionc 970P12. LOST—Pair of hi|?h topped logginjr shoes from front of Kelley hotel .Saturdav Rc.vaid for retuigi to K.fUev. AUTOMOTIVE 6—Aalo Accessories, Tires, Parts Whiz Motor Rhythm Tuni-:; L')) Yuur Car's Engine. II removes carbon, shidge and varnish. CITIKS SERVICE ."^fll Nortli Wa.-hington THE REGISTER, TUESDAY JSVENING, JANUABY 23, 1945. EAGi FIVE USE REGISTER WANT-ADS J THEY PAY! ^ DAILY BATES (gflnlmum 15 Words) ONE DAY: Per; word THREE DAYS: Per'word per day » SIX DAYS: Per; word per day ._ _2o „l%e ..le "Either he's playing slot machines or using Register Want Ads! " EMPLOYMENT 14—Help Wanted—Male MERCHANDISE 27—Feed, Fuel, Fertilizers GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St—Phone 969 TKAC'i'OR .TIRE RECAPKNG With Firestone . (Ji-oiind Grip Tread P;!.'-;.se:isrr Tire- Vulcanizing 2-Drtv Service. lOLA HO.VIE S: AUTO SUPPLY Fire.^t.ine De.-iler .•-"DUih .^idf :=(juiire Phono 43 BUSINESS SERVICE 9 —Services Offered GOOD STEADY MAN. past 45 years old, truck route, good oppor- timity. own your own truck. Will finance and furnish drawing account. Write Box 90. care Register. FINANCIAL 18—Money to Loan—Insurance INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real Kstate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real E.state, Bonds. Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Funk. LIVESTOCK GOOD BALED ALFALFA HAY— Howard Morrison. Route 1. Moran. KANSAS LUMP COAL for sale. $7.00 a ton. Ernest Tipple. Phone 1200. 28—Honsehold Goods iWE BUY. TRADE. seU, household I goods and other articles. Hen- I ninger's. West Madison. 29—Machinery and Tools 20 HORSE horizontal boiler for .sale. M. & M. Packing Co. I 32—Wanted—To Buy 20—Docs, Cats, Other Pets COCKER SPANIEL for sale: black purebred. Phone 912 or call at 801 55outh Washington after G p. m. 21—Horses, Cattle, Miscellaneous I'ASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING fJi^s.-.tiiyi-r Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire .Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Flcyd -Cliig" Mann TEAM OP HORSES for sale; cow and calf. W. M. Gumfor>-. Gas 22—Poultry and Supplies BETTER CHICKS at lower prices. Call, write, or come iu and .see iLS, First liatch January 29th. Sunflower Hatcheries. Bronson. Fort Scott and Pittsburg. lOr. Eii :.l St. Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty ol Roud Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess. a23 Sou'.li Washington. 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. CERTIFIED FIREPROOF STORAGE 0 .,ii ;(ls Packed for Shipment. OEORGK R. HISER 224 N. Jefferson Phone 03 18'; IMCO LAY MASH. $3.10 cwt. lola Milling Co. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted— Female DINING ROOM SUITE—Like new. See on North Kentucky, 1' ;• pumping plant. Praziers. HOUSEKEEPEI^ w.-'nted at ,-^01 N. Walinit. Phone 660J. Two in I .family. .LADY Wanted for '.vork in lola retail .store. A'^v not imiMrtant. but must be act-ive. Married or sin- u'c. Plru.sf ^la'e ixirliculars and reference ,n ;irs! letter. Address 3o.x 97. care Ret?i.-;ter. WATCHES, diamonds, iewelry. hair dryer, comic valentine card:; with envelopes. Public Exchange, 111 West street. 27—Feed. Fuel, FertlUzers I CO.'VL for sale; load or ton. Call 154. COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. U. S. IS HYBRID The Only Hybrid Developed by II. S. Department of Agriculture. iVlore com on the cob, more root system, stiffer .stock, less work to shuck. Order now, avoid delay. SHANNON & SHANNON HA-RDWARE Phone 29—Forty-Ninth Year—Phone 29 PURS AND HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. WANTED TO BUY—An electric fan. Phone 1184 W. Real Estate for Rent 36— Farms and Land For Eent FOR RENT—80 acre improved farm. Call at .520 South Walnut. Real Estate for Sate 49—Farms a Ad Land For Sale 10 ACRES of land for sale. 114 miles northeast of lola, on giavel road; S600. Answer soon. Effie Techan. 2611 21st. Kansas City. Mo. 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house, -Vi mile east of Leanna is on north line of farm. This farm has always been paying good rate of interest rented. Price $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. .DISPLAY RATES (Minimflm One Inch) ONE DAY: Peri inch .. .;50c THREE DAYS: Per: inch ..45c eONTKACT RATES . fMlnimum 3 Lines) 26 DAYS: ^ Per; line per day 4c (9 lines -to the inch) • : CLOSING TIME Want Ads will be accepted until 1 p". m. lor that day's Insertion except Saturday when they miLst be received by 10 a. m." - PHONE 18 Norwegian Paratroops Dynamite Rail Bridge London. Jan. 23. (AP)— Norwegian guerfilla parachute troops have dynamited the railway bridge north of Trondheim in another blow to prevent tjhe Germans from evacuating northern Norway, a message to the Norwegian government In London sald:today. The wiiite clad fighters, who re- tuined to: their own country a month ago. attacked the Roros railway north of? Trondheim 24 hours after the Geryians had repaired the bridge w&ich had been blown up 15 days earner. The bridge was blown out the second time jiist as a German troop train wae crossing and the engine and 17 coaches crashed into the ravine. Ujjwards of 180 Germans were reported;killed and about 300 injured. ^ LOCAL FRODtrCB OrsdadEess: No. 1 ; 34c No. ^ i_. 29c Chetjks _ 28c Ungraded :. .32c No. 1 $lutterJ*t 470 No. 2 ButterffU *4c Sweet "Cream Me Hens, 4-5 lbs.; ._.„ 21c No. 1 Light Hens, under 4 lbs. 19c Heavy bred springs. 2 lbs. up 24c Light springs; 3 lbs. and up 33c All cocks anfi stags, lb. 16c All classes Np. 2 Poultry, 3c lb. less Green Hides —u. :__10c Kansas City Prddiice \f Kanpas City.' Jan. 23. (AP).— Produde: all prices imchanged. Real Estate for Sale 40—Farms and Land For Sale I HAVE'SEVERAL desirable farms in county for March 1st possession. "They vary from 80 to 320 acres. Well improved and well located. You can have possession on a combination rental and purchase contract, which requires very Uttlo down payment. If interested see< me immediately. G. E. Mahoney, 204 South Oak, lola. Kansas. 41—Houses For Sale FOR SALE—Property or house to wreck, ^hone 701W. 7-ROOM- HOUSE, garage. 2 lots. Write Willard Doolittle, 111 West street, lola, Kas. 8-RC)OM^ HOUSE, other improvements, gas. water and electricity; two acres ground. Mrs. Willie Keen, Gas. ATTENTION Chevrolet Car and Truck Owners We invite you owners who do your ,own repair work to come to us for your parts. COMPLETE LINE OF AUTQ SUPPLIES. Everything for Your Car or Truck. BUD WHITE MOTOR COMPANY Service CHEVROLET c^les JOHN DEERE • EXAMINATONI COf». <»'S %1 NtA SlUVieC. INC. "Who assigned tiiat vcleruuuy (u tlie exaiuinalioii room?' eOP«. IW BY MtA WDVICC. IDC. T. M. WC. U. 8. PAT. Off. fl9 "I floii't understand Ihe eUib's greatl concern over the ])li{4i]t of tlie wliite colhir man when most of our hiiS" Kan.sais CUy Grain Kansas Cfty. Jan. 23. (AP)— Wheat: 1 to 3 higher; No. 2 dark hard 1.64-1.70; No. 2 red nom 1.681.70"i.: Corn: Unchanged to 2 higher; No. 2: white nom 1.23-1.27; No. 2 yellow 1.13=1; No. 2 mixed nom 1.12- 1.13=i. ' Oats: Uncjiangod; Nu. 2 white 77-81. - ' Milo maize: 1.80-1.99. Kafir: 1^3-1.95. Rye; Nom. I.M'v-1.13. Barley: 1.10-1,16. 14.00; few medium and good feeders 11.00-12.00.'! Hogs 2,C©0.; active, fully steady: good and'choice 170 lb. up 14.5C: sows .mostly'13.75. Sheep 7.i230; moderately active, opening sales killing classes steady; good and : choice trucked in native lambs mdstly 15.00; others from wheat pastures 14.85; best held above 15.35; eariy -top ewes 7.75; 4 cars medium offerings 7.00. K. C. Liv^rt<»ck Close Kansas . City, Jan. 23. lAP)— (WPA) — Cat;tle: slaughter steers steady to 25 lower, mostly, steady to weak; thfr 25 loss most evident on top mediiim and low good grade; good clearance on all classes; several loads good and choice feeder steers 12.75-13.655 load good around 950 lb. red and roan-12.75: short load feed- i'ng heifers 13.00. Hogs, sStne as early. Sheep ^moderately active, lambs strong to; 25; 'higher: other killing classes sEeady to strong: 2 loads good anij cnoice wheat pasture lambs 15:60:: other fed lots 15.50; best natives :i5.50: most good and choice truck-in lots 15.00-25; medium and good shipments largely from wheat pastures 14.25-85; good and choice yearlings 13.25; 3 cars mcdium^and good'arrivals 12.00; top I 'wes 7.7^; 5 'cars medium offerings 7 .00. " K. C. Estimated. Receipts Kansas Cit^-. ;ian. 23. lAPi.—Ad­ vance estimated livestock receipts for tomon ^Dw: citMe 600: calve-; 000: hogs 2500; ."lieep 10.000. News of Mildred MILDRED. Jan. 22— Mr. and Mrs. Logan Frame and family of Neosho Falls, visited Thursday with Clair Wilson and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Ruxton received word recently that they have a new grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Keeton of Kansas City, Mo. Art Hutton just lately acquired an Allis-Chalmers tractor as part of his farming equipment. Grant Dickerson and Clifford Call visited Vern Phillips Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Norton who have recently returned from California, have been visiting their many friends in and near Mildred. They plan to locate here again. Owen Beal has been selling some of that nice herd of milk cows as Donald, his son, expects to 'go to the army soon. Miss Shhrley Ray worked at the jwst office Thursday. Don Ray has been havlftg tooth extractions the past few weeks. Mr. I. N. Dnmr sold the champion milk producer of this community recently. Merle Mann refereed the basketball game between LaHarpe and Moran last week. LaHarpe went home winners. Mrs. Judy Schroeder and baby visited her parents, Vix. and Mrs. Hayse Himsaker Friday. She returned to Moran in the afternoon. Bodega is the Spanish name for a wine storehoiise or cellar, but the name has been adopted in many lands to designate a place where wine is sold."'' • '• • '• • • Kansas City H.iv^^stock Kan.»;as Gity: Jan. 23. 'API — (WFA)— Cattle ; R ..500:. calves 600; .••laughter steMS lartjely stead v: other killing steady to ?tron?. instances 10 -15' higher on bulls; stocker.s and, feeders active, fully steady: bulk medium and good slaughier steers 13.25-15.25: several loads good and choice medium weights 15.5(i and 15.65; relatively .<^mall number steers 11 .50-12.75; most medium and good heifers 12 .00 -14 .00; iiiirt load strong weights 14.50: 'Odd hyad medium and good cows I2 .00 -J3..'»o: most conunon tu midiuui 9 .00-11 .75; medium and good sttH .-^agc bulls 10.75-12 .50; good bcel kind 12^75:, medium to choice vcaler.s 12 .00 -14 .00: medium and good hp.ivy calves larficly 11.50-13 .00: five loads choice feeder steers 13.80- THUMBS DOWN Geneva, ni,. J <in. 23. (APi—Hitch- liiking .sfen'icemen get their rides i without ^waving thumbs in Geneva. The city and American Legionnaires ertctefl four shelters in stra- i tepic points: from a hitch-hikers I viewpoint after watching soldiers and sailors sliivering on street corners thuftibing rides. The wliitirig serviceman, seeing a . car coming- ;ln his direction, yanks a convehient rope that hoists a warning jsemaphore which indicates that there's -a. hitch-hiking serviceman inside the shelter who wants a ! ride. ; FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses-Cattte** Hogs HELP SAIYACE WASTE FATS KHt EXPlOStVES Telephone 638 lola CaUUsColleet lOVA RENDERING WORKS WASH tUBBS Detected BY LE ^JBB TURNER AND IF THE. J^PS DON'T IDENTlPy ME, I MAY GET PRETTY CLOSE BEFORE STIRRING UP A HORNET S'MEST! ,S EASY GAINS ALTITUDE. REPORTS CWETO J^P HEftDOU, TERSTHXr A MYSTERIOUS PL^NE HKM.' UNI0£NT|RED PLANE M 15.000 FEET, FLVING N.E..' M^Y BE FRIENDLY, SINCE ^RE^ IS OUT OF R^N&£ FOR SINGLE ENEMY CRAFT "UN- V LESS IT coy\^s \.^FRCM CARRIER.' / TRY «EA«CH1N6 PLANE ' BYRAOip.' AL«0 OBOSR REQIONAO. HEAOqUARTERS TO lNVt«T»6ATC ... MKXE KARCH FOR BN6MY NAV/KL TASK FORCE .' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Old Stuff \ Vj ^O^^'C ^f^ V A^V W OKI BY EDGAR MARTIN TO KPQRV ^ 1 \.0>JE".J 1 ^ov. RED KYDER Warning BY FRED HARMAK IbLl KME\0J*D ''—-^ (C11T,CC>\N3&01, \] C OME HE- C E "toFi ^ocy \ J^aDt^^^ n^Ke M LITTLE- r -jU^/ TKODeLE- FOR. / ALLEY OOP Ace in the Hole BYV.'ftHAl«I4N HOU3 IT.GUZ. I 'M TELUhi" VOU. WHAT \OOP SWD II KNOW f QUIET^OOZV! U5 KINGS CAN HANDL? THIS' COMMOfJ FOLX& . YAH! VOi-i LIKE vCU GOT / KEEP VER NO VOICE IN ' ^-" ,5UCH >1ATTeRS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS JtiisllOR. LAV O '^P THE- BOOKS FOR ^.'(fe.'IF'^' A MJHIte I. BUILD UP VOUR. BODy iio,". r^' AND LE:ARN THE" ART OF-SELF- OE ^eNSe.'--'- SCIENCE.AND TMAr JUNK VVO ?JT HELP YOU, IF SOtAE ^leoes:. DRIP TRIES lb KNOCK YOUR. BLOCK. OFF / Like That? BY AQJBBILL BLOSSER I M TM£ F/KST PLACE. >0U WOULDN'T HAVc A CHAMCE UNLESS. OF COURSE, VOU WERE TME MASTER. OF COPH 1»4^ BT NtA StRVICC, WC. T. M BCC. U S P«T. Off.

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