Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 14, 1908 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 14, 1908
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THE K.C. MARKETS 3Ca7 WkMt Clftsed Lower Tluu 8atar< day—Thide in Cattle Slow. Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. 14.—It was dull In the grain pit yesterday. There was fair scalping amon^ professional traders, but very UttW doing wltl^ market Cables were lo« er both from the United Kingdom am Ihe Condn- ,ent Tlier© was no Tiibla^ supply statement mkde public, is the wires were badly disarranged iast of us by storms. May wheat sta -ted the day steady, but soon worked lower reaching at one time a decline of l^c, and finally closed %c lower than on Saturday. July was rather firm at the open Ing and at the high point was %c higher, but on realizing prices were forced ^own Ic, when the shorts commenced to cover and the market went back and recovered all its loss and closed %c higher. Corn showed but littlie change. It was very quiet. May started the day sfronR. but soon broke ' and sold down %c. and Anally flnlBhcd %c lower than Saturday, and July lost the same. WTieat—Receipts past 4S hours. in2 cars ;shipments, 33 cars. Receipts same time last year, 70 cars; shipments. 90 cars. Inspections Saturday, 42 cars. There was more in yostec- day than for pome time and under the 'influence of better pffcrlnRS and a bearish speculative market, - buyers pick^ around and insisted upon lower prices. But after declines of %(f8 IHc had beti established, there Wiis fair trading and buying pretty poneraljij though the idemand was not quite equal to the supply. ' By sample on track here at K .msas City: No. 2 hard, choice lurkoy. 1 car $1.04. 2 cars $1.0.1'^. ."i cars Jl.o:!; fair to cood turkey, '^ car.s Sl.Oi'-i, 7 cars 11.02: dark. 1 car $1 .01^, 11 cars $1.01. 2 cars $1.00VC. 13 cars $1. No. 3 hard, choice luifkey, nominally $1 .02: fair to pood tui'key. 2 cirs $1.01. 1 car $1,001^: yellow and ordinary. 2 cars $1.00, G cars SUKc. 11 cars 0!>c, 2 cars 98c, 1 car like sample PSc. No. 4 hard, choice turkpy. 1 car $1 .00: turkey and dark. 1 car snVoC, cnrs !*9c. 1 car 9Sc: fair to s-ood. 1 car ii~c; ordinary. 1 car 97',4c, 1 car 97c, 1 oar 96%c. .1 cars 96c. t car 9.514. 4 r.Trs 9.^c. 1 car bin burnt, 9 .5c. 2 cars 91i4c; rejected hard, nominally SS(ff9."ic. No. 2 red. choice nominally $1.03@$l.O3ii; aflr to good. 1 car $1.02%. 2 cars $.102. demand yesterday of «-graeril character, bat irith more on- ai^e tbaa for acme tlm«i prices rtjled lower. Mixed was calle^ )i(9 %c off. ¥^te waa beV at stisady prices, but buyers Insisted upon concessions and the result was nothing doing In It Mot a ule was reported. No visible supply statement was made public and the weather continues mild tor this tim'e of year,^ which Is saving the feeder much corn in his feeding, operations and hbgs are selling relatively much lower than corn, which should stimulate farm deliveries, but while the dls- I)08ltlon is to bear down oh prices, the demand is good.' By sample on track here at Kansas City: j No. 2 mixed, 10 cars C3Hc: No. 3 mixed, 3 I PISO'S CURE Save the Litn^ from Ike drodfol nrasci of ctmniapUan Iqr cmnc the bad. consh or cold before it |tt tno Ule. Piw'* C:ui«. tptwdilr ttop* coochi and ' lellrvcs throat and; j tang iroubld.- Absoltitclr fm from objcctionabte and Janofu) iaprdienis, and •Crceoble to the taste. AH dnigslsts, 25 CMts. COUGHS..XOLDS.-; evenly lower, but generally averaged a dime per cwt. off. 'Several loads sold around $5.00@|5.25 per cwt. and cars 53HC. 33 cars 63c; No.'4,mixed.'^^^e 10®^5c per cwt. under last Frl cars 52^4c; No. "2 yellow, 1 ca^ 54 ^c; No. 3 yellow, 3 cars 54c, 2 cars 53%c; No. 4 yellow, nominally 5;; IBC; .\o. 2 white, nominally G4lic; No. 3 white, nominally 54c: No. 4 white, nominally 53$?'53',6c. Oats—Recefpis past 48 hours. 12 cars; shipments. day's values. Receipts at other points wera liberal and prices all around were- generally lower. Cows and heifers suffered a sMght decline. In some cases, however, ralnea were about steady while oUi- crs were IDc per cwt lower than Frl- da.v. .Quality was only fair and there was nothing choice to he had in the cars. Receipts: Inilcher line. Veal calves were In L .!„,„ i„=. 1) pnrs- Rhin- ' I''nit-"«1 «""P^" und values strong, sanie time last iOAr. \. cars sh'p , ^^^^^.^^^ ^^^^^^^ mouts 22 cars. Inspections Saturday jg ^xmel on Monday. Ro- 12 cars. With corn lower and in good celpls wore only moderate and the BUpply, buyers were inclined to hear down on the market for this grain, and sales were slow. Choice heavy aamples were called steady, but the general receipts were thought to have been \t,c lower, but at the prices the tallies wore cleared of all offerings by (ho flnlsh. home dealers and order men l)oth buying. By sample on track lu 'ro at Kansas City: No. 2 mixed, nominaliy r.OCiSOVicI No. 3 mixed, I car 49c; No. 4 mixed, noniinaiI.v 4Si4c; No. 2 while, choice, nominally 51 @ .'i2c. 1 car fjlc: fair to good, 1 car TiOiic, 2 cars like sapnilc, oOc. No. 3 white, choice, nominally 50V4c; fair to pood. 2 car.'! .'lOc, fi cnrs 49*^, 1 car like "sample 49c: color, 1 car poor, 49'>!c. No. 4 white, noniiuall.v 49c Hay—Receipts past 48 hours, 77 cars of prairie, 12 cars of timothy. 8 cars of clover mixed, 3 cars of clover, 2S cars of alfalfa, and 2 cars of most promising stuff moved at strong- c* prices. Stock cows and heifers were stronger. Stock calves firm. Hops—^Receipts past 24 houES. 11,994; week ago. 14,856; year ago, 6,269. The supply of hogs at all AVV?stem markets was heavy. Chicago alons had more than half the entire supply. Here the ran was some too heavy for the demand with loT .er prices at Chicago ami all other western markets buyers started In to reduce values hwivily. First sales were reganled a dime per cwt. lower, l^ater. wh?n it was seen that the estimate would not be reached, trade became falr!y active and Bales were ropardcd steady to a r.ickcl por cwt. off. Several salesmen claimed almost steady prices. The extreme range of sales was made at $.'5.59$4.3 .1 per cwt. and the bulk of sales at $4,20(f?$4.30 per cwt. Horses and Mules—Receipts, 675; week apo. 193: year ago.<420. The run of horses yesterday remind od one of the earl.v ."^pr^iiir days of — I straw: totiil 130 cars, against 131 cars' No. 3 red. choice nominally $1.02: fair; (he same time last year. The mar- ot good. 4 cars $1.02. 4 cars $1.01 14. 3 | j.^t yesterday was du'l and prairie un- cars $1.00. No. 4 red. fair to pood, 1 1 ,i,.r excessive offerings- was r>n 'f?$1.00. car 99c. 1 car 98c. Rejected .•^oft. 1 I Inwor. Tame, while w?ak in yyni- 19ii7. Receipts W.-^re some too heavy car 9nc. I car poor 92c. No. 2 mix(»d, j path.v. was not quotalily off. for the demand. Eastern buyers wore L ?2';hHe ^'^rlL ^'no ^nlLn; ' neceip. ^^:!*^?4 "^^'^.l ^ l"-"^"' ""^ '^^ $1.00. Durum wheat. No. 2. 1 car SBM ;c. xvepk apo 9 .V .71 311 ^"^'^ ^^^^ <5r!iftt 'r3 were Corn—Receipts past 48 hours, 107 Yoav apn 10.031 914 taken Iiy th.?m at steady prices, othcars: shipments, rCi cars. Receliit.s Trade in caitle yei ^teniay wjis sIow,i >rB were $,">.O0ffj$JO.00 per head off. same time last year, 42 cars; shin- ""'^ l""'"'" ranped ,i,,aIors Ixmpht freely, but sup trifle lower than s week ago^ Tli« first horse put up at auction brought the top price of the day. He wi big Iron gray drafter. 4 years old and In ^ood flesh. Hie purchase price was $250. Mules were more plentiful than they have been for some time.; The demand was good and the {Quality above the average. Sales were free and the supply was cleaned up early at satisfactory prices.^ Butter—The market yesterday was again higher under light offerings, and demand good. Country firm In sympathy. Packing sa>ck. IS^c store packed. IS^c; creamery extras, 31c: creamerj- firsts, 28c; seconds 26c. Eggs—In fair demand and steady under light offerings. Extras. 22cU firsts, 20Hc; seconds, 10c. All quotations Ic less where cases are returned. Poultry — Receipts moderate, demand fair and market steady. Hens, R*ic; young roosters. 5c: springs, 8 He; broilers, under 2 poimds. IfHfcc: turkey hens. 9',ic; gobblers 9Hc: toms, Sc; cul's, 5c; duck^, 7!^c j.'ceBe, 51,^ c. FAVORS A PRIMARY Senator Long Sendn IVord to His FrIcndN to .<tnnd for It in iSpcflal Session. ship-;""** prices on ments. 58 cars. Inspections S^^ur-' Z ^"'Lr^L'^l^ — ^'^^^ -"''^ and all grades, unless flood wcra a day, 49 cars. wore scarce and the marked on these There was a very pood vas late in'oponinp. Sales were "n- The'Get Busy' Sale is On GET OU^ PRiD^S BEFORE BUYING Phones 308-301 FRYER BROS. E. Side Square Advertising Primarily consists in letting a lot of people know you are in existence and what excuse you have for it. ADVERTISINQ Is like throwing a rubber ball; the harder you throw it the QUICKER it comes back. Don't write a ha f hearted ad— you wouldn't whisfMr to a customer, would you? Write a good ad. tell the trulb. then put It In y The REGISTER and twenty thousand Readers Will Listen NVasliinplon. .Ian. 14.—Senator Long has sent word to his i)oliticai friend in Kansjis to line up for a primary election law ,at the special session. He does not want its going Into effect dela.ved till next .lanuary. Ho is ready to publish his candidacy for re-elec lion as senator this year to a primary vole. lie .pave out this statement concern inp his attitude to<lav: ".Now that the lepislature will meet in special session 1 hope .1 law will be p.i .sKcd which will provide a way by which the people of Kansas can e.\ press (heir party choice for United States .senator. The two bills which passed the Iiousc and senate at the last sps 'iion did not materially differ In the tn.mner provided for, taking the vote on t'iMicd States senator, and were I'oih satisfactory to nie In this respect. The disa.preenicnts between the sc:i!itc and house, which resulted in uo lopisUition. were on other iKirtions of the bills. I wish the republicans of Kansas to have an opportunity provided by law., to express their choice tills year for United Stales senator." nO\ PKIZE OF $10,000. French .\eroiinnt rrrformcd Kxiraor dlnnry Kent in Air .Ship. P.nriV-, .Ian. 14.—Henry Farnam, the I'ronrh aeronaut,, today won the I>eiisttliii ai-ch-dcacV)n jirize j>f ten Ibousnnd dollars by makinp circular klloniptere in an air ship heavier than air. The time was one minute and Iwcniy-ekht seconds. BAIL FOR SCHMITZ Frl .HCo Judirr Says Higher Tonrf-s Decision I .H >'ot Yet Final. San Francisco. Jan. 14.—Superior .lu<l>/e Frank H. Dunne yesterday niorninp refused to admit to bail form er Mayor Kugene E. Schmitz. whose conviction \\\Hm the charge of extortion wa.s reversed last Wednesday by the appellate' court, vhich declared that he wjis illegally convicted, i" Pending the coming down of the remitter from the higher court, whose decision does not become final until after the ex|)lratlon of thirty days. Judge Dunne held that the position of Schniitz was the same as at the time judgemnt was passed, and the lower court until then is not to take cognizance of the reversal. P. C. Drew of counsel for the former mayor, said the denial of their motion had been expected and that other meth ods were contemplated to have Schmitz admitted to bail. TO HAVE NEW DEPOT Officials Say Kansas City Annex to Union Deoot Will Not be Rebuilt. Chicago. .Ian. 14.—The annex to the rnlon depot at Kansas City in all probability will not be rebuilt, according to a statement made at the general offices of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific by B. U WHnche'l this afternoon. Mr. Winchell says he had been advised of the burning of the stnicture. but that its replacement has not been ;!lvpn consideration officially. He said. howev?r. he thoupht no steps would be taken to rebuild it in view of (be plana pending for a new depot The loss, he said would in no way Interfere with the operation of trains. HAS THE PEEPER LEFT! Police Receive BO More Complalata of Mslit Ptowler. It is now,believed that "Jack the Peeper" has left the community. The police have been camping close on his trail and it is believed that he has found it to his advantage fb choose another field for his operations. There has been no complaint of the "peeper* for over a week. Is Your Hair Falling Out? A few hairs here and there arc not missed, but it won't bo long before they will be leaving in such large quantities tliat you will regret the fact that you haven't done something to prevent the ultimate end—baldness. Kc.xall "93" Hair Tonic promptly stoi« falling hair, cures ^j-stem of supplying dandruff and will stimulate a new «ady-madc prescrip- growth of hair. It has done so for others. It will do so for you. It is not sticky or gummy; •will not thicken on the hair; docs not become rancid; has no disagreeable odor; is clean and agreeable to use. At our store, only fifty cents a bottle. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. A REASON Why we guarantee Rcxall Remedies, -r- \Vc believe that The United Drug Co., the proprietors of the Rexall Remedies, have inaugurated a perfect tions. They make 200 remedies under the trade-name "Rexall." Each remedy is a well- tried recipe of 'a fantous physician who is a specialist in lus line. S. R. BURRELL, Druggist THE ycucqgg STORE THE TRACK IS READY Orient Will Run Trains to T^xas Line Some Time This Week. Kiinsav City. Mo.. .Tan. 14.—^The last rail h:is boon laid on the Kansas-Ok- laAoma division of the Orient ami rains will be started over 271 miles of track botw;'en Wchita and the Red river .some time this week. Tho next section to lie completed tlu- line north from Swe?twater. Tex. Rti>el is now laid to a distance two nillo north of Benjamin. Tex., or ninety-four miles, it wlU require sixty n<ne niilos of steel to build thft tin 3 north to the Oklahoma line, besides a .l.iioo foot br 'dgc across the Red river. With this cinnection established, he Orient will have 4"3 miles of con- tintious track south of Wichita. Tt Is also planned to build seventy- five mi'os south from Sweetwat?r to complete the line to San Angelo, Tex.. Ten miles are now in operation ^outh of Sweetwater. The roadbed for all this con.struc- ion is crad.'d and all ties and bridge material are on the ground, but the builders are having some difficulty In obtaJnlnir the steel. Wlien the connection to Sweetwater built the Orient will be abla to handle Fort Worth and Galveston freight and passenger business by way of the Colorado Southern, which crossed at Diaz. Tex., and also business for El Paso, California and all points in Mexico by way of the Texas & Pacific, which Is crossed at Sweatwater. The workmen who have l>een em ployed on the construction work" will be transferred at once from Oklahoma to work on the Texas division. MADE MOTHER VERY ILL. Anxious Parent Asks Sheriff Watch for Runaway Boy. to The sherifrs office has received a card from the sheriff of Dodge coun ty. Nebr.. asking for Information as to whether or not W^. Earnest Dyer. seventeen year o'd boy. had been seen In this vicinity. The youth Is sai«! to have started to school on the morning of December 9*. but did not show up at the school and has not .since been seen or. heard of. He is described as weighing about 125 lbs. and of llsht complexion. The card rates that the boy's mother is critically 111 as a result of the disappear- anc3 of her son. CRETISTOX PATIXO OFF DEBTS. Foond He Owed SevcBty Cents on Old Diroree Salt. JEStRY BedweU made a business visl it to Yates Center tt^ay. W. H. Crevlston who is charged with the murder of Wells Stewart Is trying to pay up his debts. He has asked Sheriff C. O. Bollinger to go out to one of the plants where he was em ployed before bis arrest and collect a little money coming to him and pay off his debts; Crevlston still owes seventy cents In the divorce case which he brought and wcxi some time ago. Try ft Wart Ai. fai the BcfbtCT. Ufliversity of Kaos. SCflCOL Of lEDICINE , MEDICINE. Candidates for the profession of medicine should study the advantages offered by the University of Kansas. This school Is peer of the older . and better known universities in the east For entrance some preliminary college work Is required. For two years' work In college and four years in the school of Medicine, the University grants both the A. C. and M. D. Address the Registrar at Lawrence. 1 : . Musixa Young women who wish to prie- pare for nursing should writs the principal of the Training School for nurses of the University of Kansas at Rosedale. This school gives a three years* course and excels in the lecture work and the variety of material presented to the pupils. Th^ pupils arc allowed 18.00 a montfc first year for expenses. $10.00 Second year, and 115.00 the third yfear. i Candidates must be healthy and high school graduates. OXLT A FEir If any. fair-minded people fatt to realize what a potent factor is the press in influencing public opinion—it is the mirror that reflects the passing shadow. What you are doing today may not Interest'John Doo. but it may strike Richard Roe Just rl^t Next week it may be the other way around; therefore it behooves the merchant to keep on hustling every day. There Is always so much trade to be gained and the race is invariably to the swift. In conjunction with good copy the Register keeps iU advertisers In the forward van of progreaa. Climb in, neighbor, climb In. - SCHAFFNER GETTING READY. County Assessor Talks Over Dutioa With the Board. Cbas. Schaffnar. the newly appointed counly assessor, met with the commissioners yesterday and talked over matters pertaining "to his new ofBce. The law being untried as yeC there ara many things the assessor wished to talk over with the board. ttr^ Schaffner really takes hla office im- day. He fi'ed his bond sereral days ago. Try a Want Ad. to tte Ba(H«t»r. A TEACHERS EXAMINATION. Mrs. Funston Seta Date for January 24 and 2S<||. County Superintendtot Maude Funston is arranging for a teadieni examination to ha held January 24th and 2Sth. Quite a number ct teachers over the county are to take tiie examination. Most of those wlio are to take the examinadon are aspiring for hi^er grade certiHeatea: The examination Is to be held in the county superintendent's olBce.

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