The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 25, 1945 · Page 7
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 25, 1945
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lOLA, KANSAS' Classified Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS Coming Sales Dates MONDAY, JAN. 29—J. M. BaUey Sale of farm and personal property, 5 miles west and 1 mUe south of Colony at 1 p. m. sharp. See large ad in Regiiiter Wednesday, January 24. TO BE SOLD at J. M. Bailey sale January 29thi: B-year-old roan mare, wt. 1700 ; 3-year-old bay horse, wt. 1350: 12 ewes; 7 cows; 5 heifers: 5 calves, wt. about 400: 175 bales prairie hay; 90 White Rock hens .Jeff Veteto. QIJICKIES By Ken Reynolds FRIDAY. FEB. 2—Scott Knapp sale, 2 miles .south and I, mile east of Moran ;ii 11 ii. m. See large ad in Regl.stt'r. 'rursday, January 30. 3—Strayed, Lost. Found BLACK AND WHITE pup, male, , .strayed from.516 South Sycamore. Ri'ward. Phone I320W. LOST—Buncli of koy.s .somewhere on .s(!iiai-e. Phone 391. LO.ST—Fur initicn between Harfs ;ind junio; hi^h .school, red suede mitten wiih fur back. Return to 'luylor's Hatchery or phone 746. AUTOMOTIVE ^—Automobilefi For Sale l:,-j FORD 2-DOOR.-new wiring, wood Uvrr,. Armor. Biirche, Moran Route 2. Chi -VMjli.1. .",:ili-.s .Service .John Deere BUD WHITE MOTOR CO. Phone 60 linplemeiil Depti Phone 925 S—Anto Accessories, Ttien, P»rta VKNIJS AUTO POLISH JMM - llic Body Beautiful l:>c Pint. CITIES SERVICE 301 N. Washington '•Your brother doesn't feel well tonight, dear. I found him a job today v'ith a Register Want Ad!" IfDsANCIAL IS—Money to Loan—Insnrtuioe INSURANCE, Surety Bonds. Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The B. L. Thompson Agency. MERCHANDISE 29—Machinery and ToeU JOHN DEERE 3 bottom irnctor plow, high .<!peed mould-board. George Small. Phone 991F3, lola. INSURANCE, Real Estate. Bonds, Farm arid City luoans. Charles M. Punk. • • LIVESTOCK MOLINE manure spreader for sale. 1 mile east, 0 north, m east La- Harpe. W. L. Smith. 20—Dogs, C»ts, Other Pets COCKER SPANIEL for sale; black piu-ebred. Phone 912 or call at 801 South Washington after 0 p. m. GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 Soutli .St.—Phone 969 21—Horses, Cattle. MlsceUaneons COW TO FRESHEN soon; also twj good heifers. George R. HLser. 224 N. Jefferson. Phone 63. TRACTOR TIRE RECAPPING With Firestone Ground Grip Tread Pa:--ious'.cr Tire Vulcanizing 2-Day Service. • % TOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY . ' Firestone Dealer Pni.ith Side r^quare Phone 43 8—Wanted—.Automotive WANTED — Automobiles; highest prices paid: any condition. See Ralph Cummins, 305 South street. WILL PAY CASH for cheap car, anv make. Phone 384W. George Fisk. BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered PASSENGER- TIKE VULCANIZING Pa.s.scngcr Tire R«capplng. ll^ACTOR 'I'lrc HPrvlcc Complete. Duiilop Tire Store Floyd "Chlg" Mumi 10,'') East .SI. Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty ol Kood Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington. EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted—Female / CUSEKEEPER wfnted -at 501 N. VValniit. Phone C60J. -Two m lamiiy. ; LADY to do laundry at her home. Phone 1109. LADY Wanted for work in lola retail itore. Age not important, but must be active. Married or sin- tie. Please state particulars and reference in first letter. Address Box 97, care Reerister. WAITRESS WANTED at South Street Cafe. 14—Help Wanted—Male DEALER WANTED in Woodson, Wilson and Bourbon counties. Big Routes make good living'; 200 larm-homc necessities—medicines, .apices, foods, etc., well known every county. For particulars write Rawleigh's. Dept. KAA-220-142, Freeport. 111. GOOD STEADY MAN. pasrt 45 years old, truck route, good oppor- I unity, own your own truclt. Will finance and furnish drawing ac- (.oimt. Write Bo.x 90. care Register. GOOD PONY, weight 800, gentle for "kids; a | good cow pony, .smooth mou«h; baddle mare, 3 years old, green broke. Telephone Colony. W. I. Hdffmeier. 2 GOOD YEARLING whitefaced bulls. Arthur Sprague, 1 mile Lone Elm. 22—Poultry and SnppUea BETTER pHICKS at lower prices. Call, write, or come in and see us. First hatch January 29th. Sim- flower Hatcheries. Bronson, Port Scott arid Pittsburg. 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. 18'; IMCO LAY MASH, $3.10 cwt lola Milling Co^ 23—Wanted—Livestock WANTED^-A dozen White Rock roosters.! Forest Rimer. Colony Route 1. WANTED -1 -20 head of coming 2- yenr-old i Whitefaced stock steers. W. H. V/ood. Phone 190 or 929. MEjRCHANDISE 24—ArtlcJlen For Sale BOY'S BICYCLE for sale; balloon tires. Inquire at 516 North .street. DINING ROOM SUITE—Like new. See on North Kentucky, IH- pumping plant. Praziers. FIVE QUILTS pieced in colors of plain print. 619 South Kentucky. Phone 1075J. REAL BARGAINS in used clothes, just about anything in wearing apparel including fur coats. 702 North Walnut. WATCHES, diamonds, jewelry, hair dryer, comic valentine cards with envdopes. Public Exchange, 111 West street. 25— Bunding Materials 600 FT. USED, lumber at Neosho Falls. Inquire Dr. Mildred Curtis, loK Phone 1234. 27—Feed, Fnel, FeHiUzera COAL for sale; load or ton. Call 134. COAL FOE; SALE , any amount, free delivery, pon Farnsworth, 20 Scott street. tJ|AN for daily janitor work. See >Ri. Murphey at Aladdin Shop. 4 -'' .South Washington. TRUCK DRIVER wanted at Gren- iiua Produce Co., Elm and-Monroe. Phone 376. 10—Situations Wanted—Male WANTED—Job in .store; truck driving or anything, considered. Earl HlUen. Phone lllOJ. COAL AS USUAL-Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola.l Phone 774. GOOD B. Howard ALED ALFALFA HAY— Morrison. Route 1, Moran. KANSAS lUMP COAL for sale. $7.00 a t^n. Ernest Tipple. Phone 1200. 2»-Hoit9ehoid Goods ONE MAYTAG washing machine, 2 cylinder motor; l Servel Electro- lux refrigerator run by natural gas or butane; 2 9x12 rugs; 1 studio divan, pre-war wine; 1 chair and ottoman; 1 Singer sewing machine; 4-piece bedroom set; 8- plece dining room set; 1 end table. This furniture is like new. 4 miles west of Moran on Highway 54: Jordan Puldk. WE BUY, TRADE, seU, household goods and other articles. Hen- nlngCT's, West MadlsoiL I McCORMICK-DEERlNG 7 ft. power I take-off mower. Will fit P-A or Model H Farniall tractor; 1 fresh GuerrLsey cow. Peterson, 1 mile north of Piqua Hill. 32—Wanted—To Buy PURS AND HmES wiU be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. TRACTOR—Two row pull lister, with iwwer lift—in writing, give details. _Lynn_Dutton, Colony. Real Estate forRent"^^ 36—Farms and Land For Rent IMPROVED 40 ACRES, gas well: also 80 acres joining .same; 4 miles lola. Sell one or both. Box 502. Moran, Kas. 160 ACRE FARM, I'-j miles east and mile north of Bayard; alfalfa, lespedeza and lespedeza pasture. Inquire 306 North Fourth. 38—Wanted—To Rent TO RENT or buy: 5 room modern house at nice location or 4 room fipartment. Phone 1470. Real Estate for Sate 40—Farms and Land Per Ssk I HAVE SEVERAL desirable farms In county for March 1st possession. They vary from 80 to 320 i.cres. Well improved and well located. You can have possession on a combination rental and contract, which requires very little down payment. If interested see me immediately. G. E. Mahoney, 204 South Oak, lola, Kansas, TOE lOI^ KEGISTBlg, TBPSSDAy.-EVENING. JANUARY 26. 194S. USE iKE6I3TBR WjiNT-ADS TBET PATi ^AILT BATES ; (Minimum IS Words). ONE IX^Y: Per w9rd „-,,,„ THREE-DAYS: Per wyrd per day SIX DA'YS: Per wtjrd per day DISPLAY RATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE D.^Y: Per 14ch THREEfDAYS: Per livch ..500 45c CONTRACT RATES (Minimum 3 Lines) 26 DAY3: Per ll^e per day .; 4c (9 lines to the Inch) . (^LOSING TIME Want AJIS will be accepted until 1 p. ji. for that day 's Insertion except Saturday when they tmist be received by 10 a. m. ' PHONE 18 FINANCIAL STATEMENT And Affidavit of PubUcation Of the loip. Building & LOon Aaso- cii'.llon, loi:ated at lola. In the County of AlltH. State of Kansas, at the clo,';c of btislness on the 3ist day of December^ 1944. Renonrceii Loans to members on real estate tnonnegotlable notes) '-, $ 2,178.00 All other teal estate owned . '22,112.46 Furniture and fixtures 105.00 and' gain 33,611.80 Cash in office and banks 2S.27 Total $58,032.53 LinbiUties Installment shares (investment) $13,954.91 FuU-pald:. shares 13,578.44 Bills payable—borrowed money 500.00 Participating certificates ' 29.999.18 Total $58,032.53 The above statement is correct, i G. E. PEES, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn -^o before me. thus S^th day of January, 1945. J. M. POWELL, I SEAL I Notary PubUu. Mv comrftission exKres 18. 1948. i John M^efield, before he became poet laur«ite of England, worked in New Yorli, City in a bakery shop, a Uverj' stai)le, a saloon, and finally ' carpet factory in Yonkers. Real Estate for Sale 41—Hoi^ses For Sale FOR SALE ;—Pioperty or house to wreck. Phone 701W. MY 5-R<^M HOUSE and 3 lots, water, tjas, electricity, some fruit. 302 So^th Fourth. Write T. J. Hackett; 930 West Sycamore, Nevada^' Mo. 7-ROOM; HOUSE, garage, 2 lots. Write Willard Doolittle, 111 West street, |ola, Kas. _ 44—WaMted—To Buy 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house, =!i mile east of Leanna Is on north line of farm. This farm has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Prlcf $5500.00. Ed, 823 South Washington, lola. WANTED TO BUY direct from owner: an Allen county farm. Addre.s .si Office Box 84, lola. WANTED. FOR CASH—4, T) or 6 room hBUse. Write Box 98. care Kegistei-; 6 OR 7 ROOM modern; also fumitui^ ta furnish it. Phone 384W. Oeorge Plsk. PiTfSBURGfl PAINTS WALLHIDE • FLORHIDE • WATERJ5PAR • SUNPftOOF Shannon & Shannon Hardware Phone 29 for 49th Year "Otto was always «eltinfi Iiis^cIic ta the Boupl" ) He Lands/lm. LOCAL PBODCCB Oradad E«B>: T No. 1 r.: 34c No. 2 - 29c Checks ."u 28c Ungraded ......>j...... 32c No. 1 Butterf at «c No. a Butterf tt _6_: 44c Sweet Cream -ii-t; _: 60c PAC5B SEVEN Hens, 4-5 lbs, .21c No. 1 Light Hens,.under 4 lbs 19c Heavy bred sprlnl^B, 2 BM, up •... Mo Light spirings. 3 I^. and up 33c All cocks and stags, lb. _ 16c All classes No. 2 ^ultiy, 3c lb. less Green Hides —> 10c The U. S. 7th Fleet, which landed Yank invariion forces on Luzon. IS commanded by Vice Adml.;Thomas Kinkaid. above. (First Pabllshed In The lola Register .•January 11. 1945.) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT ' —Administrator STATE bp KANSAS, ALLEN COUNTY, .ss. In th^ Matter of the Estate of George P. Odor, Deceased, Late of Allen county, Kansas. NOTIt3E IS HEREBY GIVETI 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, kansa."!, duly appointed and qualified: as Administrator of the estate of George P. Odor, decea.sed, late of Allen County. Kansas. All p.artleti interested In said estate wilf take^' notice, and govern accordingly. All demands not exhibited •wlthhi nine month.". Irtm the date of the llrst publlca- tioii of the a'oove notice shall be forever barred. PRANK W. TAYLOR. r in 1-18-25. Kansas City Produce Kansas City, Jfln. 25. (AP)—Produce: Eggs stanchirds 34.8; current receipts 343: ali other prices unchanged. * Kansas City Grajn Kansas ' City, ' Jan. 25. f APIWheat: tone'nncOTnged to iVj lower; No. 2 dark hard 1.64-1.66; No. 2 red 1.66-1.70 , Corn: tone M: higher to 1 lower: No. 2 white nom 1.23-1.26: No. 2 yellow nom I.13-f:.13-';; No. 2 mixed nom 1.13-1.13-V4. : Oats: tone uncjianged: No. 2 white nom 77-81. Mllo maize l.«)-1.9a. Kafir 1.88. Rye nom 1.10^1.12. Barley 1.03^i:Ti.20. Kansas City Estimated Receipts City. Jan. 25. (APi—Ad­ vance estimated livestock recciijts for tomorrow: ©pttle 500: calve.s 1.50: hogs 1000: sheep 4000. other klll^B closseg steady; top fed lamhs and wheat pasture ofTerlngA 15.50; other good and choice shipments 1S.2S: good and choice truck In natives lfl.23; many loads medium to good ofTerlngs 14.25-60; good and choice yearlings 12.50; odd lots slaughter ewes 8.00; shearing lambs 13.75-14.15; 7S-lb. feeders 13.00. Kansas City Livestock Kansas City,' Jan. 25. (AP) — (WFA)— Cattle 3000; calves 400; generally active, all classes largely fully steady: instances stronger on slaughter steers, yearlings and bulls: around a dozen loads medium and good slaughter steers 13.40-15.25: 2 loads strong weights 15.35; small lots common and medium light weights 11.00-12.50;. medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings 12.00-14.25; latter price for short load heifers; few common heifers 10.00-50; part} load, good., weighty cows 13.25; few medium and good 11.00-12.50; common kind 9.0010.50; medium and good sausage bulls 11.00-12.50: several good beef kind 12.75; common 10.00-50; medium to choice vealers 12.00-14.00: j medium and good heavy calves 11.00-12.75: 5 loads good yearling white face heifers on feeder account 12.00-50; half fat kind at outside: Ismail lots choice steer calves 13.85. I Hogs 1500; active to all Interests. 1 fully steady; good and choice 170 jibs, and up 14.50; sows mostly 13.75. Sheep 11,000; . trade delayed by higher asking prices; no early sales, opening bids steady, best fed lambs held above 15.60. FASTEST BOMBS The fastest speed at which a ; bomb can travel, no matter how far, j it falls, is about 630 miles per hour, I but no plane ever has gone high enough to give Its bombs such ve- loclty. Kansas City' Liv<^stook Clos*' Kaasas City. .?an. 2.'"). lAPi -Cattle unchanged. ' Hogs luicl-.anRf-d. Sheep: Closlns dull, lambs iiii- cvon. (/enerally: steady to weak; ALKALIKK KLOOn Cancer victims hai/c blood mo:'c alkaline than normal, and the increased alkalinity seems to be related to the speed with' which the disease ends fatally. FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses-Cattle-Hogs HELF SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EXFIOSIVES Telephone 638 loio \ CaU Us Collect lOLA RENDERING WORKS WASH TUBBS Enemy at Ten O'CIock BY LESLIE TURNER OPERATIONS CALUNG SQUADRON LEADER KOGI ...PROCEED; AT ONCE TO AREA 9-M... INTERCEPT UNSCHEDOLEP PLANE, IDENTIFIED AS PROBABLE TOJO .l .AlTUUDE 17,000 FEET,COURSE 56 DEGREES... ,,\S THE SQUADRON REACHES THAT AREA: J—T*.. CORRECTION TO KOGI..THAT PUNB'S COURSE WAS ALTERED TO 72 DEGREES, SPEED INCREASED TO 5-35... NOW 18 MILES EAST OF \ YOUR POSITION IKE A BROKEN- FIEID RUNNER, EASY SLIPS THRU SEARCHING PATROLS / ONLY FIVE MINUTFSAWAV NOW... I FIGHTER SQUADRON CLOSING IN... \ TIME TO DROP THAT LAST TANK \ AND POUR ON THE COAL.' BOOTS AND HER BUDDFES Stuck! BY EDGAR MARTIN -1 "^vf^; REG RYDER A Daring Move I'VE cor\E to HOAE BY FRED HARMAK ALIiEY OOP An Easy Guess BY V. T. HAMLIN VHAD 60 CRAZY FOP. THAT DII^E- IWASSO BUSV BUILDIM' \ STORE JUMK, UP QIJZ'S INTEREST lt>J ) HE'D A-GIVE THE&E LEMIANS ROVAA. 7 VOU TH' BELT JOOHS 1 DIONT GET /AN'THOUGHT AROUND T' TAJJ<;iM' TR.ADE WITH - TIIM: VOU ALUNKf BUT GOSH, FOOZy I CANT AFFORD T'LET Ol.' GUZ^ FEEL HE'D PIJT SUt^PIN OVER PI^CKLES AND HIS FRIENDS { WHAT'S TH' DIFFERENCE HOW GUZ'D FEEL... AS LONG AS VOU PUT OVER TH' DEAL? A Hold That Lion r V" I vou ;^AVEr A , i Gos.^, u. VISITOR, JUNIOK/ / jJMio=:> • ^ : N-OU HAP MF W0RJ2JED.' I CAME Ri&wr ^ OVER i WHATS WRONG? V ^— ^ MOV. D ^Ou ; BY AQBRKiLL BLOSSER YOURSELF , \ CO IT" A LATHER, CHtJW.' _ . .1 ALL I DID WAS SPPAINJ IV\y - ^ WRIST.' ,.r IT COULDA HAPPENED TVIMG A TO AN SOME ; I WA5 KNOT? OUT AT THE Zao. VEAH —BLTT THE LION JERKei> HIS TAIL AWAY BEFORE X COULD FINUSH ••".INC- IT/

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