The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 31, 1945 · Page 5
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 31, 1945
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TOLA. KAN3AS THE lOLA REGISTERS WEE)NE 4 PAY glVENING,: JANUARY 31, 1945. PAGE FIVE Classiiied Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS C«inlnc Sales Dates PRIDAY, FEB. 2—Scott Knapi) siili', 2 miles south and 'i mile cast of Moran at 11 a. m. Sec lartrc ad In Reglstei-. Tlicsday. January 30, QUICKIES By Ken Resrnolds MONDAY. FEB. 5—Wayne Dlx Sale. 8U miles west Savonbure. 10:30 a. pi. Sec large ad in Register i Thm^day, February 1. . . | TUESDAY, FEB. 6—G. W. Smith | Kflls, 2 miles east, 1 'i miles north lola, or 1'= miles north oi Country club, at 10 a. m. See large ad in Register, Friday, February 2. ! WEiDNESDAY. FEB. 7—J. F. Swish- i er Sale, I'i miles ea-st of Moran i on Highway 54, at U a. ra. See large ad in Register, Friday. Feb- | r«ary 2. | . I WEDNESDAY, ^FEB. 7—Joe Smilii ! Sale, 4 mi^» v:ev-l Tola, then \ sduth, 2 w^. 4 north, gravel' road, at 10:30. See ad in Register. \ Friday, February 2. i THURSDAY. FEB. 8—Earl Scott. Sale, 5 mile.s inorth Ida on State street, l?; mjles west, at 10:30 a. m. See la;rge ad in Register Monday, Febrbarj- 5. 1—Auctions Real EsG&te iwc ^ M—ranna and Lkud TW Sale 164 ACBES, extra good, level, productive land: all but 2 can be farmed with tractor;/ EC I UKJ I house, % mile east of Leatina us on noilth line of farm. This farm has always been paying gciod rate of Inttjrest rented. Pries ^500.00. Ed U<^, 823 South Washington, lola. i Real Estate for S^le 42— tots For Sale LOT 93,; SECTION A in liaHarpe city cemetery for sale. ,Dennis Duzan^ Moran, Box &44. 44—Wanted—To Buy AUCTION SALE—Friday. February 2, 1:30 p. m.. at the south edge of LaHarpe, on the Allen Davis farm.. Dressers, beds and springs, ice box. rugs, tables and chairs, kitchen cabinet. miiTors. dishes, uten- .sils and articles too numerous to mention. Mrs. ;N;incy Welch, owner. Oliver & Litteer, auctioneers. Errol McCullough. clerk. "Hadn't you better wait. George. The lawnmower we bought with a Register War.t Ad won't be delivered for another half hour!" EiMPLOYiMENT MERCHANDISE 13—Help Wanted—Femals 24— Articles For Sale ! WOMAN to make home witli nic and cart; lor iwo children. Phone \ "307. 3 —Strayed, Lost, Foand ! 14—Help Wanted—.Male LOST—1945 Yi'Tcmc 24-2301. .Mn G. W. Hobert. P. O. Box 1.-58, La- _Haipc. _ ____ AUTOMOTIVE 5—Automobiles For Sale AUTO MECHANICS ;inc! biidy men. permanent jobs. Address Charles A. Pry. Fry-Pope Buick Co., Marimba U. Texas. FINANCIAL HOT WATER TANK and bathroom stool at 112 East street. Phone 570. 27—Feed, Fuel, Fertilizers COAL FOR SALE, any amount. fi-ee delivery. Don Fan\.'=worth, 20 Scuit .street. ; COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. I J. D. Judah, 810 South Washing- 1 ton, lola. Phone 774. Cheviolcl Sales .Service John Deere BUD WHITE MOTOR CO. Phone 60 Implement Dept. Phone 925 18—Money to J.oan—In.snrancf 4, lie-. IMCO Lay Ma.^h. cwl., S3.10. ; rNStJRA.N'CE. Surety Bonds, Real i Io''i Milhng Co. E.siate, Farm Loans, Notary Pub- ; 1335 PONTI.'\C, overhauled. iicv.- biitteries. good tiiT.^. •! West Monroe. Phone 407. I lie. The n. 1.. Thomp.son Agency. • KANSAS LUMP COAL for .sale, S7.00 a ton. Ernest Tipple. Phone ; INSURANCE. Real Estate, Bonds. 1200. Farm and City Loans. Charles M. \ . T^'M'^- IPItAIRIE HAV lor sale, extra nice. C. J. Scanthn. 3 south, east LIVESTOCK 21—Horses, Cattle, Miscellaneous LaHarpe. GOOD AUTOS '31 Plymouth Sedan, with 5 new tires: good clean '30 Chevrolet Coach: '32 Ford Tudor. CHRYST MOTORS Kelley Hotel Garage 1 EXTRA GOOD 7 -;.Tar -old bay hor..e. ; '.veiehi nbout i ;iOO. Kiohard Co: ' ken'd .Hll. 7'- miles southeast La! Harpe. WOOD for sale. miles nortii. 4 west, 'u south lola. Will Bedenbender. 28— Household Goods 1929 FORD 2-DOOR. new wirins . good tires, .'^rmor Biuche, Moraa Route 2. 8—Auto Accessories, Tires, Part* j FOR SALI.'--G shnat.'^. 1 male hog. • v.liite. i'of.d nvA-. ;ilso Guernse' I'.eiler c-alf, Innnirc Faiimnu' Creamery or 1316 N .leffcrso;!. Get Your New Acme Kathanode Battei"y Now. Its Patented Construction means greater value for you. CITIES SERVICE \ 301 N. Washington TEAM MULES, comin;.; 3 .vearjiio-. GcK>d size. W"il ni;ilch»'d. t. K Lade;. Humboklf. phone 21F14. YOUNG FREiiH GOAT for .sa!e; also red eill. 423 North Oiiio. 2 GOOD YEARLING wlutclacid buil::. Art Inn- .Sprasue. 1 mile easi J one Elm. j(i GUERNSEY ,inri Jpn-^cy cows anci j heifers, 2 giving milk: 4 springer.s. I Wils^on. north end Second street. SIOVES-Round Oak 14-in.. S15,2j. Glorious Wind.sor wood and coal heater. $19.40: circulator, brown lj..rfelain. S23.75: rc;:no:-. SI..'.-..: 28-inch wood heater, S8.40: apartment gas cook .stove. .$12.50: Odin i;as rnncc. 520.75: 3 burner oil cook stove, .$8.50. Andrews Auto Store. WE BUY. TRADE, sell, househoU goods and other articles. Henninger's. West Madison. 29— .Machinery and Tools GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.—Phone 969 14 SPOTTED PIGS—Sc!'. choice, one or more. .^r]i;th. 3 wc -si Mornn. Chariie Hawkins. I 'ii —Poultry and Supplies GOOD F0RD30N with Mollnc cul- livator attachment. ea;-,l. 3 south Gas. George Crowell. 8-IOOT straight dLsk tractor hitch. ;;ood repair. M. A. Schlick. Gas City. TRACTOR TIRE RECAPPING With Firestone Ground Grip Tread Passenger Tire Vulcanizing 2-Day Service. lOI.A HO.ME ic AliTO SUPPLY FivestoiU' Dealer Soulli Sidi :^(iuaiT Phone 43 :BABY CHICK TIME—Place your orders now for Febriiai->' delivery. Tavlor H?.tcheri".>s, CHICK.S! CHICKS! Book chick .i .NOW! Be sure ui chicks when wanted. Good.seli'.i double tested et;u b: ed chicks for layers an(i i:isl br-jilers. Plrsl h:'ilc-li Fcliiu -.irv 1!) (•f'.o(!.'.rll Hill (•tier'.-. Cm:. City. Kansas, I FOR .SALE IMMEDI •\TELY 125 (iiU b!o"d Bun Rock hens, laying. Mrs. Walter .Skagtts. Moran. Phone I4F11. i 7—R^palrlnK—Garages MAGNETO ^ Generator and ,Slnrter Service 113 East Madison A. R. MASENGTLL BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered MERCHANDISE 21 ,«-Arlicles For Sale CIRCULATING HEATER and a violin. Inciuire before noon. "OJ South Buckeye. VULCANIZING — Guaranteed work at rea.sonable prices. Bring in your tires and tubes. -Andrews Auto Store. PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapphig. TRACTOR The Ser^'ice Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" Mann ¥pR SALE—National cash regisicr, "excellent re))air. Pan Cleaners. ! I GUARANTEED BATTERIES i Rccliarging and Repairing. ! GEORGE R. HISER j 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 ; GUERNSEY COW. drmiiing foun- 1 tains, stwl stanchions, baled prau- ie hay. Beattv Ray. Phone 976F22. REAL BARGAINS in used clothes, just about anything in wearing apparel including fur coats. 702 North Walnut. 105 East St. Phone 156 STEEL RANGE, household goods, team of 2 .sets heavy harness, farm implement.^. Claude Golden, 'r west of overpass on ,S9. I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington. USED TRUCK TIRES, certificate i-equlrcd 32xo 10 i>lv Firestone. ?14.25: 6.00x20 Federal'6 ply. S7.20. .'»2x6 Fisk. almost new recap. 8 ply, $15.90; truck tubes. S2.00 and up. Andrews Auto Store. ORDER NOW SAVE EMBARRASSMENT LATER Gutter and Spouting—U. S. No. 13 Hybrid Seed Corn— 45 and 20% Fertilizer—Steel Fence Posts—Cow Stanchions—Electric Brooders. ^ SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE Phone 29—^Fwty-Ninth Year—Phone 29 31—Seeds, Plants, Flowers FOR SALE—High gr.tde .seed oats. Call 277 or 17F21. Humboldt, Kas. FOR S.\LE—F^ilton and Konola oat", suitiible for :seed. W. L. Minckley. Colony. Kas. 3 :i—'Wanted—To Buy PURS AND HIDES will be at Horde'a Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. WANTED to buy or rent washing machine. Call 891J. 409 West Campbell. ROOMS FOR RENT 34 —Apartments and Flats APARTMENT for one or two people a I 112 Ea-st street. Phone 570. 2 SLEEPING or 1 room efficiency at the Mahaifey Apartments. Phone 892J. Real Estate for Rent 36— Farms and I<and For Bait FOR RENT • 640-ACRE STOCK FARM Good 8-room house; large cattle bam. silo, general purpose bam and plenty other outbuildings in good condition; all kinds of water; about 200 acres for cultivation, balance pasture; no wa.ste land; near Garaett, on gravel road, 2% miles to shipping point. Start & 'Wilson, 15 West 10th St.. Kansas City 6, Mo. 38— Wanted—To Rent TO RENT or buy: 5 room modem house at nice location or 4 room tipartment. Phone 1470. WANTEp TO BUY direct! from ownerj ac Allen county; farm. Addre^ Post Office Box 84, lola. WANTED FOR CASH— 4. 5 or 6 room IiDUsg. Write Box 9^, care Register. 6 OR 7 ^OOM modem house; also furniture to fiumish it. .Phone 384W. tSeorge Plsk. - LEGAL 'First published In The lola Register, Jahvary 17, 1945.) In thy Probate Court of - Allen County, Kansas. In the Estate of Hemy Ehner Johnson, Deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The S];ate of Kansas, to ail persons concerned: Notice is hereby given that, the undersigned was duly appointed and quaUfied as administrator of the above entitled estate cin January 16, 1946. • All parties interested will take notice and govern theroselves accordingly. Demands not exhibited wlthlh nine months - from the first publication of the aiiove notice shall be forever barred. ^ -ALVIN ERICSON. • Administrator. J. C. Edwards. Attorney. 111 -17 -24 -31 (First ^blishcd in Tlie lola Register January 31. 1945.), NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT —Executor STATE OF KANSAS. ALLEN COUNTY, ss. In the Probate Court of said County In the Matter of the Es'tate of Frank E'. Knapp. Deceased. ;Late of Allen County, Kansas. NO -nc ^E IS HEREBY GIVEN TO the creditors, heirs, devisees, -legatees and ail others concerned, that on •January. 25. 1945. the underslE ^ned was. bv .the ProbJite Court of Allen County, « duly appointed and qui'lifled' as Executor of the estate of Frank E. Knapp. deceB.<ed. lat* of Allen'County. Kansas. All parties interested in said estate wiH take notice, and. govern themselves accordinely. All demands not exhibited within nine/months from the date of the first publication of .the above notice shall be forever barred. ; SCOTT H. KN.'ILPP. ; Executor. Attest: A. M. DUNLAP. Probate Judge. - SPENt^ER A. GARD, Attorney. 31 (2> 7-14. I Fin t publiched in The lola Register. January 17, 1945.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN PARTITION In thi» District Court of Allen County. Kansas. W. H. Lins;. Plaintiff vs. H. M. Ljnu. (^t al Defendants \ No. 19610 By virtue of an order of sale is- .sued by.'the Clerk of the Thirty- seventh -Judicial District Covut in and foi' Allen County, State of Kan -sas. in the above entitled cause and to aie directed and delivered, I will, on the 19th day of February A. D.. 1^45. at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day. at the south front door of the courthouse in the City of lola. Alfen County. Kansas, offer for sale 'to the highest bidder for cash in' hand, the following described real estate, to-wit: The Half (E. of the Quarter 'NE. 'i) of •Section' Thirty-six (36i, Township ^rwenty-four <24), Range Seventeen <17), less highway right of way, Allen County, Kansas, and subject to a mortgaee made to LelahvWorks. dated April 1, 1941, in the sum of Six Hundred Dollars ($600.00), bearinR five percent Interest aifd due five (5) years from date; a,l& subject to right of way aereemei^t and industrial lease and oil and gas lease, all of which are more fupy described in Decree of Partition^, Said property Is appraised at Twenty-iiight Hundred Dollars (2800.00), without regard to any liens anji is to be advertised and sold according to law in the same manner V"; sales of real estate on executior) to the hiehest bidder for cash in Jiand. Said land shall not be sold for less than two-thirds of the appiaised value and the same HELP WANTED For Tire Repair Work and Tire Recapping. We Will ' Teach You. O. K. RUBBER 'r WELDERS ;U3 East Madison FROM STEEL TO: RUBBER You can now convert your tractor or any other farm implement from steel to rubber. For details see us or the Local AAA office. DINTY'S TIRE SHOP araded E«g» No. 1 - 34c NO. 2 X. .29c Checks - 28c Ungraded - - .32c No. ;1 ButterfBt No. :a ButterfBt _ Sweet Cream — Hens. 4 -5 Ibsit _ _.....21c No. i Light Sensi under 4 lbs 19c Heavy bred t;prlng8. 2 Ita. up —34c LUtht sprtnsw, a lbs and up 23c All cocks and stags, lb ISc All classes Ifo. 3 Pgultry, So lb. less Green Hides 1 10c _47c .440 JSOc Kansas City .'Produce Kansas City. Jan. 31. (APi-Pro­ duce: Eggs specials 39-40; all other prices imchanged. kind weak to 25 lower along with feeder kind, these largely 11.7512.50; to medium and good cows and bulls. %b lower; such cows largely 11.50-12^5; no itrictly good offered; practical top sausage bulls 12.25; package good vealers 14JJ5 to outsiders; practical top 14.00; few lots good feeder steers 12.90-13.00. Hogs unchanged. Sheep: Moderately active, lambs strong to 25 higher; ewes .strong; top native and fed lambs 15.65; bulk good and choice truck in natives 15.25-50; numerous loads medium and good wheat pa.sture lambs 15.0050; .several cars good and choice owes 8.25; medium shipments 7.0050. Kansas City Grain Kansas City, Jan. 31. (APi — Wh?at: Unchanged. No. 2 dark hard 1.63'-:!-t69; No. 2 red 1.68. Corn: Unc-hanged to ^ higher. No.'2 white 4.13-1^24; No. 2 yeUow 1.13; No. 2 mixed 1.13-1.13?.,. Oats: Unchanged. No. 2 white 77-81. • Milo maize; 2.02-2.04. Kafh: 1.86-2.03. Rye: 1.11-J.12>L. Barley: 96-1.15. Kansas Citv Estimated Receipts Kansas City. Jan. 31. (AP)—Advance estimated livestock receipts for tomorrow: Cattle 3000; calves 400;-hogs 15^; Sheep 7000. Kansas City Livestock Close Kansas City, Jan. 31. (APi—Cat­ tle: ^Trade on good and choice slaughter steC'rs turned active shortly after mid tnorning; prices largely steady to weakr comparatively few saleii mediun\ to low choice grades 10 -13. lower: approximately 25 loads good and choice. 15.50-16.00: latter rice for seve/al loads scaling 11351.525 lbs.: medium steers 11.7513.25^, but mt^dlum and barely good 1050-1100 lbs. 13.75: Kood and choice heiftjrs largejy steady but medium Kansas City Livestock •Kansas City, Jan. 31. (AP)— fWFA)—Cattle 8300: calves salable and total 700: slow, relatively small share slaughter steers sold steady to 15 lower; some bids off more; other slaughter classes about steady; but little done on medium heifers; most sales beef steers 14.0015.50: on good and choice grade; liberal number good and choice offerings, some held 15.75-16.00 and above; few loads medium turned 13.00-25: good heifers and mixed .vearhngs 15.50-14.50;' part load good and low choice mixed 14.75; cows .scarce but demand slacking; few lots held 12.50-13.00: common and medium in small lots 9.00-11.50: canners and cutters 6.50-8.50; bulls also less active than recently, most deals on common and medium 1011.50; other side of fleshy heifers onl,^- few loads stockers and feeders offered, small lots steers .seUmg about steady 11.50-12.75. Hogs 2200: active, fully sW?ady; good and choice 170 lbs. up 14.50: 140-160 lb. 14.00-40; .sows 13.75. Sheep 9000; moderately active, practically no Iambs .sold early: ewes steady to strong;, good and choice truck in native lambs 15.25; earlv top ewes 8.25; medium kind 7.00-50. CARLYLE Mrs. Jessie Trenary and Mrs. Mabel Powell visited at the Al Lockhart home Sunday afternoon. Callers Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foster were Mr. and Mrs. Harold White and Mi-, and Mr.s. Geo. Harris and Joan. Ben and family were dinner guests of his parents. Tlie community extends its deep {.sympathy to the bereaved family of Mr. Chas. Kivelt who pa.s.sed away last Tuesday. Wc will all mLss his friendly cheerful greeting that we always knew to cxiKct when meeting him. Mrs. Clara Harling returned home Friday afternoon after several weeks visit in the east. She visited Lois ; and family at Fontana Dam, N. Carolina, and al .so with Billy, who spent the holidays with Walter and Lois, and she visited Kathryn and ; her husband who had just gone to housekeeping at the war plant area near Knoxville. Mrs. Sally Bhroyer, Golden, Colo., came to be with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Klvett and Mr. Kivett in his llast illne&s. She is remaining for I a time with Mrs. Kivett. Mrs. Mildred Chambers visited Friday evening with Mrs. Maynard Wood and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Beal and I family spent Sunday afternoon with I the Harry Bowcn family, lola. Mr. and Mrs. Pearley Richards and famil.v, Chanutc, and Mrs. Len- nle Shipley, Bartlesvllle. were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Vina Higglnbotham and daughters. Lennie remained for a longer visit. Sunday dinner gue.sts of Mrs. Harling were Mr. and Mrs. Jim iKisner and Nell and Miss M^Jorie Hill and her mother. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Funston and Mr. and Mrs. j Haag called in the afternoon and I evening. shall be .sold without redemption and • in pursuance of a decree in partition. HOMER V. TROXEL. Sheriff of Allen County, Kansas. By John A. Page, Undersheriff. Frank W. Taylor. i Atty; for PlaintUf. ' (11-17-24-31 (2) -7-14 ^CA$H W DEAD Horsies • CoHle • >l6gi Phone rrir«et 834 lOLA FREE REMOVAL Dead Horses <-Cattle - Hogs HELP SALVAGE WASIE FATS FOR EXnOSiYfS Telephone 838 lola lOLA RENDERING WORKS WAS5 TUBES A'-Trt.MV mcxoS-.-ow. •1-RE^SL"eB'S 60ME,SUT I''.iE MADE. IT TO - -SHIKC^KU! Out of the Frying: Pan |»-"?ASy PE ^'OVHS THE FILM ,VVA ;3AZ1ME, \K\rH PHOTOS H\6 PLAME TC ?WAC:r THE $EA AND EOL'.S IT C 'v -ER BY LESLIE TURNER BOOTS ATO HER BUDDIES Oh, Oh! BY EDGAR MARTl^ \ 1 fXVViKVb Uf^'O A --1 TOVONi'b aSD RYDER A 'b'L? SEZ \ \ V' 1-^-^' ^>;H T. &U T The Vigil BY FRED HARMAN ALLEY OOP A Fine Point BY V.T.HAMLIN ( GENTl-EMENO, PLEASL! REMttr-lBCn -VOUR STATIONS)'. \ ! / VOUR, PER50MAL ACTIONS t-lOW AFFECT K\AT10M5! J KICKIN'5 ALL RIGHT, BUT ^ 3LUGG1NJ' DON'T GO... /T PERSOMALLy DiPLDMACV ABOUMDo \\ INTEPtNATIONAL LAW f I DQNiTSt^E TH' WITH KICKS GALORE. 'aOUT WAR. VKNOW' \ DISTIMCTION / BUI WHEN OLUGGlNT , \ STARTS, THAT'ij ^ ^ OPEN WAR! FRECKLES AND fflS FRIENDS I'M NOT SUPPOSED To Be \OOT TMiS LATc.AND VOU KNOW IT.' IF VOU OONT rXKE ME HOME.VOU'LL LOSE joa.' 6ur IF vol/ D ®TAkE ME HOME, IM (50NNA TFU., EVERVBODy Lve" BE EM DOIN' YOU/t. HOMEWOftK // '.-..•<,v>

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