The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 29, 1945 · Page 5
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 29, 1945
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lOLA, KANSAS .THE-toLA.BEGlSTgiR,-JgONDAY I>VENING; JANUARY 29, 1945. medium to choice vealers 12.00-14.00: medium and good heavy calves 11.00-13.50: storcker .and leeder cupply mainly medium and good steers 11.75-13.35; several loads and low choice 13.40-60: few common and medium light weights 9.7511.40; good and choice yearling heifers 12.00-50:. small lots good steer calves 14.00. Hogs 3000; active, fully steady; good and choice 170 lbs. up 14.50: few 140-160 lbs. 14.00-40: sows 13.75. Sheep 16,000; slow, no lambs sold earlj' : opening bids Ipwer; asking fuyy steady; good to choice held above 15.25; scattered sales ewes about steady: good and choice shipments 7.50; best held above 8.00. PAGS FIVE ANNOUNCEMENTS Coming Sales Dates THURSDAY, FEB. 1—.Mvin Ericson Administrator Sale (Hemy Jolmson Estate) mile east of Elsmorc, then 1 mile south and ',i mile wast at 1 p. m. See large ad in Register Friday. January 26, or Tuesday, January 30. QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds FRIDAY. FEB. 2—Scott Knapp sale, 2 miles .soutii unci mile of Moran su 11 n. m. See largo ad in 1 • Register, Tue.sdjiy, January 30. f MONDAY. PEE. 5—Wavne Dix Sale, mile.s west Snvonburg. 10:30 a. m. See large rid in Register Thursday. February 1. TUESDAY. FEB. G—G. W. Smith .Snle, 2 niile.s, 1'- nii'cs iionli lola, or I'L' mllo.s north of Country club, at lU a. m. .See large ad in Register. Pritiav. February 2._ 2—Personals WANTED—A good dependable home | for an elderly lady, somi-iiivalld. | Write Box 13, care Register. 3—Strayed, I .iOst, Found 1X).ST- in4.'') ll'-f^n'^c 2J-2301. Mr.s. Ci. W. Holjorl. P. O. Box 168, La • llarpc. I'ARTV TAKINC .steel tank, 1 mile .south o! PIqun hill, please return to Eldon CUne. Tlierc will be no trouble. AUTOMOTIVE 5—AutomobileN For Sale I !)3r. PONTTAC. ovcrhaiUrd. new baltcrio.^. good Ihvs.. 4 West Monroe.' Phone 407. 1929 FORD 2-DOOR. new wiring, good tires. Armor Burclie, Moran Route 2. ^AuiAj Accessorirs. .Tlrea, Parts ACME TIRES Are Good Tires. CITIES SERVICE 301 N. Washington GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 .Soulh St.- Plione 969 TRACTOR TIRE RECAPPING With Firestone Gi-ouiid Gi;ip Ti'ead Pa.s-senwr Tire Vulcanizing 2-Day ServicL'. rOI.A ilO.MK <•<: AtlTO SUPPLY hiro.stuiii.' Dealer South Sid( ScjKare Phone 43 7—Repairing—GuraRes M'ACJNETO Ocni-'rator and SLurter Service 113 Madison A. R. MASENGILL «—Wanted—.\utomotlve WILL PAY CAKH aiiv iuak<'. Phone cheap car, 384W. George BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Pas.senger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" "Patience, Rollo! ter Want Ad!" Wait until she offers a reward lor it with a Regis- - • - ...... FINANCIAL MERCHAM)ISE 18—Money U> Loan—Insnranea 26—Farm and Dairy Prodaets INSURANCE,. Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds. Farm and City Loans. Charles M. LIVESTOCK YELLOW SHELLED POPCORN fpr sale. Nelson Brothers. 5',i miles west Savonburg. 27—Feed, Fuel. Fertilism CAR OP soy bean meal on track, lola Milling Co. 20—Dogs, Cats, Other Pets WANTED—A GOOD HOME. ^ am a real farm dog. No bad habits. I will be good to you if treated right. You will like me. See me atOscarStuckey's.—SUSIE. 21—Horses, Cattle, Miscellaneoos EXTRA GOOD 7-year-old bay weight about 1900. Richard Co>- l;endall, 7'- miles La- Harpe. FOR SAIJ :—6 .shoat.s, 1 male hog, white, good one, also Guernsey heifer calf. InonU'e Fairmont Creamery or 1316 N. Jefferson. FOR SALE—A cute riding mare, weight about 800: black, 4 white feet, Ktriiw in face; gentle. Wayne Smith, 313 North First. Phone 845. TE.^M MULES, coming 3 year olds. Good size. Well rriatched. E. R Ladd. Humboldt, phone 21F14. 2 GOOD YEARLING whitefaced bulls. Arthur Sprague, 1 mile east Lone Elm. COAL FOR SALE, any amount, free delivery. Don Farn.=worth, 20 Scott .street. COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. COAL FOR BROODERS—Get it now. Supply limited. lola Coal & Junk Co.. 409 North Jeffer.son. Phone 317. KANSAS LUMP COAL. $6.75 per ton delivered. lola Coal & Junk Co., 409 North Jeffer.son. Phone 317. t GOOD BALED ALFALFA HAY-L Howard Morrison. Route 1, Moran. KANSAS LUMP COAL for sale. $7.00 a ton. Ernest Tipple. Phone 1200. ' I WOOD for ' sale. 5 miles north, 14 west, i-j south Tola. Will Bederi- bender. 28—Honsehold Goods 22—Fonltry and SnppUea BETPER CHICKS at lower prices. Call, write, or come in and .see us. ^irst hatch January 29th. Sunflower Hatcheries, Bron.son, Fort Scott and Pittsburg. 105 St. Mann Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RAIMATORS and cracked blocks for 2S ;cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess, 823 South V/ashingtafer. EMPLOYMENT 13-^Help Wanted-Female HELP WANTED—Woman (white), to attend middle-aged lady and care for modern home, ^ days each week. Ironing^l^np.. laundry, room and board. Wages. References. Write to Box 506, LeRoy, Kansas. , WOMAN to m:ike home with me and care lor two children. Plione 407. WANTED —Woman as companion for elderly lady. Modern home. Two in familv. Box 12, care Register. 14—Help Wanted—Male AUTO MECHANICS and body men, permanent jobs. Address Charles A. Fry. Fry-Pope Bulck Co., Mar- .shall, Texas. PIN BOYS wanted at Bowling Palace, afternoons or nlghUs. See Cliff Lusator, CHICKS! CHICKS! Book chicks NOW! Be sure of chick;; when wanted. Ooodsell's double tested egg bred chicks for layers and fast broilers. First hatch February 19. Goodsell Hatchery, Gas City, Kansas. FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY—125 full blood Buff Rock hens, laying. Mrs. Walter Skaggs, Moran. Phone J4P11. 23— Wanted—Livestock TRIO OF 2-YEAR-OLD gray geese: also trio of white Pekin ducks. Write Postoffice Box 176, lola, Kansas, giving price. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale ALL BLUE ENAMEL range cook .stove; grates and top like new. Want to buy manure spreader. J. W. King, LaHarpe. CIRCULATING HEATER and a vioUn. Inquire before noon. 703 South Buckeye. GUARANTEED BATTERIES Recharging and Repairing. GEORGE R. HISER 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 VTB BUY, TRADE, sell, household goods and other articles. Henninger's. Madison. _ ' _ [_ 29—Machinery and To«Is GOOD FORDSON with Moline cultivator attachment, '-j east, 3 .south Gas. George Crowell. 8->'OOT straight disk tractor hitch. Rood repair. M. A. Schlick, Giiis ...Ci!|;._^ ^_ 31—Seeds, Plants, Flowera Moran enings MORAN, Jan. 27— Mrs. Lizzie Larsoa was taken to "^t. John 's hospitail Friday for observation and treatment. _ Mr. Jack Canatsey. a former electrician ;here, has moved from^ Washington; to FOrdyce, Arkansas. Mrs.! Flaherty and the Moran high school girls sextette gave the piogram Friday night for the Walnut Grove community meeting which :was enjoyed by all. Mrs.i Al Danow of Kansas City spent ifrom Tuesday until Friday, with lier mother, Mrs. A. C. Best. Mrs.; George Bellinger and daughters from lola, • are staying with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hurlock. B. M. C. and Mrs. Ben Hurlock came yesterday to spend part of his leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hurlock. He has been in the:, Carrlbean area. His wife 's home is in Racine, Wisconsin. Miss Alice Hurlock from Dallas, Texas, is here ^r a visit with her parents and o|her relatives. Mr. ;and Mrs. Charles Vestal spent iThursday evening with Mr. and Mirs. Frank Rees. Mrs.' Orvllle Rlggs from near Lone Elm. called Fi-iday to see her mother, Mrs. James Bo.vd. Mrs.). A. J. Bauer spent Tliiu-sday in City. Friends are verv .soiTy to learn that Mr. George Cox Is not nearly ,so well again. Mr. Curtis Strong and daughter Patty ':4pent Friday evening with Mrs. Strong, who Is a patient at St. J <Ain"s , hospital. lola. Mrs. Strong;'has improved very little as yet. Her many friends are hoping each day to hear' that she Is gaining. • Mr. and Mrs. Lon Mattocks are .staying with Mrs. Mattock's mother. Mrs. &rtha Maxwell until they can get possession of the house they recently purchased, known as the Merrill, property. LOCAL PRODUCT Oraitod'E«S8: No. 1 ~ No. 2, Ohecte . —, . Ungr^ed No. X BHtterfat. N<V^ Bittertat Sweet Crewn ; Hena, 4-^ lbs. ..34c ..29c ..28c ..32c _47C _44c .60c ..21c A polyvinyl actal resin coating lius b^n substituted for rubber in r.ouie waterjiroof military fabrics. Real Estate for Rent 36—Farms and Land For Rent 160 ACRE FARM. I'i miles and -'5 mile north of Bayard: alfalfa; lespedeza and lespedeza pas- ture.r Inquire 306 North Fourth. _ 37—Houses For Rent COMPLETELY FURNISHED 7-ronm hoasf for rent, 401 Souih Buck- eve. -Dave Hart. Phone 184 or JblW,. 38—Wanted—To Rent No. 1 U^t Hei )8, ^mder 4 lbs-.....l9c Heavy t^red sprtngs. 3 lbs. up —34c Usht nvingB. 7 UM and up 33c All oockgt fmd stags, lb .16c Air classes No. 3 Poultry. 3c lb. lesi Oreen flldes ._: ; 10c Kansas City Produce Uncertain of Fate Of Allied Prisoners [Kansas Has Birthday Today, But No Party Kansas City, Jan. 29. (AP)—Pro- , , , _ , duce: Efegs specials 39.5-40.5; eggs hl*^*-. "eak to 15 lower: "extras 30.6-37.5; eggs standards 34.8: eggs cufrerit receipts 34.3: 'all other •prices unchanged. TO RENT or buy: ,1 room modern h.ouse at niee location or 4 room .apartment. Phone 1470. Real Estate f or, Sa!e 40—Farms and Land For Sale QUARTER SECTION, good house, wash' house, cistern, new barn, mostjy prairie. E. M. Gleason. Rout^ 1, Toronto. 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house, % mile east of Leanna is on north line of farm. This farm has always been paying good rate of In-terest rented. Price $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823- South Washington, lola., FOR SALE—Fulton and Konotu oati .suitable for seed. W. L. Minckley. Colony, Kas. i 32—Wanted—To Boy FURS AND HIDES Will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. WANTED—New or used traptor. Pre fer Row-Crop style. Write and give particulars. Harry Morrisonj, Route 1, Moran. WASTEPAPER , SCRAP IRON-|- piovemment urgently in need of it. Let's do our part to hasten the end of the war. lola Coal & Junk Co., 409 North Jeffarson. Phoni 317. Real Estate for Rent 36A— Subarban SUBURBAN for rent. Inquire afte^ 5 p. m. at Mrs. Walter Eakin'c R. R. 3. GUERNSEY COW, drinking fountains, steel stanchions, baled prairie hay. Beatty Ray. Phone 976F22. REAL BARGAINS in used clothes, just about anything in wearing apparel including fur coats. 702 North Walnut. WARDROBE TRUNK— Good condition. 701 North Chestnut. WATCHES, diamonds, jewelry, hair dryer, comic valentine cards with envelopes. Public Exchange, 111, West street. 26—Farm and Dairy Prodaets BALED OAT STRAW, extra nice; pair horse colts. 3 miles east. 1 north LnHarpe. J. C. McOulre. f 45% and 20% SUPER PHOSPHATE FERTILIZER Get Yours Now As Supply is Scarce. SHANNON & SHANNON HAia>WARE Phone 29—Forty-Ninth Year—Phone 29 41—Houses For Sale FOR .SALE— 6-room semi-modern house, garage, chicken house, coal, cement walks, garden. Phoni 348. MODEI|N 6 -room house, 3 blocks from square. New roof on house and garage. Phone 1351. 7-ROOM HOUSE, garage. 2 lots. Write'WiUard Doolittle, 111 West street; lola, Kas. . 42— Lots For Sale LOT 9$, SECTION A in LaHarpe city fcemetery for sale. Dennis Duzafi, Moran, Box 544^ 44—Wanted—To Buy WANTED TO BUY direct from owner: an Allen county farm. Address Post Office Box 84, lola. WANTED FOR CASH -4. 5 or 6 room* Write Box 98. care Register. 6 OR 7 ROOM modem house; also fumitsire to furnish it. Phone 384W. GcOTge Pisk. FROM STEEL Ta RUBBER You can now convert your tractor any other farm implement from .steel to rubber. ,; For details see ua or the Local AAi^ office. OINTt'S TIRE SHOP AHENTION FARMERS! NEW TRACT0R3 AND IMPLEMENTS ARE SCARCE We have the repairs to ke« p your ^jreaent tractors and implements in operation. Blechanies available for those who do not wish to do their own wopk. JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENT DEPT. BUD WHITE MOTOR COMPANY Service CHEVROLET JOHN OEEREi Sales ^nsas .City Gniin Kans^ City. Jan. 29. (AP)— Wheat:(tone Unchanged "to 1 lower: No. 2 dark hard l-.62'i-1.66: No. 2 red nom 1.66-1.70';'.. ' Corn:, tone unchanged to 2 lower: No. 2 white nom , 1.23-1.25: No. 2 .vellow 1.13?;: No. 2 n;L\ed nom 1.13- J.13-'i. Oats:.tone unchanged: No. 2 white nom 77-81. Milo inoi7 ,e l,86-2 :oi. Kafir. 1.90-1.98. . Eye honi 1.10-1.12;. Barle'i' 1.09-1.12. Kansas City Livestock Close City, Jan. 29. (AP)—Cattle: Medium slaughtei- steers clo.sed otherwise largely steady market with some strength on good and choice fed heifers and mixed yearlings as well as on cows: a load choice strong weights' 1630: 6 loads top good and choice 15.65-16.00: largely 1100-1250 lbs.; small lots medium and good cows 11.75-13.00: several loads good heavy beef buRs 12.75-13.00: small lot of choice fleshy feeding heifers 13.00: small lots good 11,25-75. Hogs unchanged. Sheep: Moderately active, killing classes generally steady: lop fed i lambs 15.40: good and choice truck in natives 15.00-25; medium and good wheat pasture offerings 14.1575: 6 cars good and choice pwe.s 8.15: others 7..'">0-8.00. London. Jan. 29. CAP)—The Brit- i Topeka. Jan. 29. (AP)—Kansas Ish foreign office said today it does' observed its 84th anniversary as a not expect to know for some time i state today, but for the first time whether Allied prisoners in camps! in 54 years the Kansas Day club did not hold its tumultuous bh-th- day party in Topeka. The annual Republican festival reached by the Russians .have been evacuated by the Germans or liberated by the Soviet drive. , Moscow dispatches have disclosed was called off ten days ago by the names of two British flyers President Morgenstem of Sallna in freed at Kreuzberg in Silesia. Rus- response to ODT appeals to cur- sian forces are known to be in the tail unnecessary conventions, vicinity of three camps—Stalag Luft' Various affiliated Republican or- U at Kreuzberg. which held 1,400 ganizations also cancelled their men at the start of the year, Stalag Kansas Day meetings but the Kan- 20-B at Marienbiu-g which held 9,000 sas Council of Women went ahead prisoners, and Stalag 20 -A at Torun, with its 34th annual meeting. In a which had 5.000. Most were British.' one-day session yesterday, the The Russian offensive has already Council decided to hold over Its of- captured Oswiecim. site of a notori- fleers, headed by Hrs. Cora Shelton ous German coflcentration camp 30 of Sallna, president, miles south of Krakow, where thou- Washington Day, traditional sands of persons were reported to Democratic rally, scheduled for Feb. have been put to death. . 22, also has been cancelled. Kansas City Kstimatcd Receipts City, Jari. 29. lAPi—Ad­ vance estlipatecj livestock receipts for tomorrow: Cattle 8.000: calves 600: hogs 2,500; ish^p 11.000. / Kansas City LiVestick Kansas City, Jan. 29. (AP)— (WPA)^attle .19,500; calves 1200: largely steady on all classes, killers find replacement stock; strength on fat yearling.s: , general trade fairly active: liberal beef .<iteer supply predominantly good grade selling 14.2515.25: several loads'top good and choice ;i5.50-16.00; .some held above 16.00: .scattered Joads medium and, good steers 12.5tf-14.00: few lot.s common 11.00-50: land tsrong weight tup good and choice mixed yearlings IC.OO: load heifers 15.00: most medium and good heifers and mixed 12.50-l4.50: good cows very scarce; common and. medium largely 9.0011.50: canners and cutters 6.75-8.50: California's first telepnono ex- changi' ojjened in 1877 in San Pnin- cisco. The Dead Sea lies 1292 feet lower than the surface of the Mediterranean. Women have twice as strong a sense of touch and a better sense of hearing than men. CASH for DEAD Horses • CoHle * Hogi S34 Phena Colleef lOLA FREE REMdVAL -OF- Dead Horses - Cattle - Hogs HELf SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR ^^^^^^^^ fxnostVES Telephone 638 loio \ Call Ufi Collect lOLA RENDERING WCWIKS WASHTUBBS rS ^lVlNG TO PICK ^(i? SPEED AND AVOID mumuD JAP AirACKgRS. EASY'S AIR SPEED INDICATOR REAPS 500...THEN 550... ...b25 MILES AN HOUR.'.. A BETTER SORT O' EASE OUT NOW... NIPS HAVE DISAPPEARED.., UH.' CONTROLS SEEM TO / BE FRDZENL.' Come Out of It 15 )0WN TO9000 FLEET, EASY FI(3HTS DESPERATELY TO LEVEL OFF FINALLY FEELS THE CONTROLS GIVE A LITTLE AND HIS PLANE RESPOND... BY lE^jSi TURNER ^..iiS^^t^^a^^^ V .'-<'Pn ..-"'irV»">-l .y-r. r.-. T.K. DEC.'J. 5.'PAT. OFF. 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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Open Mind BY mXSSU^ BLOSSER liA^D HAS^ A PftOftLEM-- HCS SUPPOSEC5 TO PlAY HO£KEy; (MSlSiTS THAf HE STAY HOMPAMD MlM^JUKJOg— — ARID (F HE- Quit 's H/SdOB, HE WONT HAVE" JUNIOR. To HELP HIM VVlTH HIS LlST£M, MEATBALL / ARE VOU CONNA SELL VOUR SCHOOL DOWN THE RIVEB. FOR A MEASLY TeM A W'EEIt? IF VOULL PLAY GOALIE- T £)NI< SHT, rtL ?M/E VOU A KISS FOe EVERY KING&TON ""\L YOU S^O?>. LET IT Be SAID OF LARO SMITH -TMAT ME WAS STUB60RN//

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