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lleH Your Wai^ gO,000 Fec^ple Throiish the Register « 4^ * *> * » « •» « * 3? * « * * • * « JF IN NEED OP A FARM iLOAN. or any kind of INSUR- ^nce, come to ine. I am prepared to TAKE .CARE of-you. pi. It. Thompson; office over flans' Drug Store. Tel. 142. !» • REGISTERS CAN BE BOUGHT AT the Hess Drug Co. Store at Humboldt. Papers leave press at 5 p. 'ni., reach Humboldt 5:35 p. m. prompt. FOR SALE—FOR SALE WANT—A MIDDLE AGED WHITE lady to do house work. Mrs. Mary Dozer, Bayard, Kas., Box 12. ,: BABIES CAREJD FOR AT 202 N. Taylor. Mrs. Oldham, LaHarpe, Kas. T^E UNION PACIFIC TEA CO. wairt a man In every city or village in Kai^as to sell our goods to consumers. •Weljiire our owr importers, selling direct-to consume, through agents, gly- iilK >yaluable and useful premiums to tbp|e who buy the goods. This proposition offers unusual opportunities to mett who can qualify and with ability to.i^ll. Do not apply if you cannot furiifeh bond. Must be a resident of thal ^City and prefer one who htfe had exp«ffience as an agent. No. 7 North Jeffi ^rson St., lola, Kansas. WANT TO RENT—TWO FURNISH- ed or partly furnished rooms for light hcpusekeeping; close in. Address, Rooms, care Register. WANTED—-TO BUY A FEW GOOD calves. Call 9S8-33. wkNTED— MEN TO LEARN THE barter trade. Positively the best trad^ of tie kind. Can prepare you in short terni. Wages while learning. Open to evei^one. Apply by mail. Moler Barber Collj^ge, Kansas City, Mo. WfANTED — EXPERIENCED M I I^ llnefy saleslady. Must have reference. Address Milliner, care Register. WaVNT—TO RENT FIVE ROOM modi^rn house; close.in. Phone 639. FARMERS ATTENTION—W A N T corn, wheat, oats, alfalfa and prairie hay In car lots, any track. G. W. .A.1- cock, Chanute, Kas. _ WANTED—APPRENTICE G I R L S wanted in the Millinery Department. Richardson's. , WANTED—SECOND HAND BICY- cle. Phone 997-13. \\TANTED—HOUSEKEEPER. CALL or address, B'. F. Mjtchell, LaHarpe, Kans . BOARD WANTED FOR COUPLE, with child. "L" care Register. FOR SALE—FOR SALE THREE GOOD PROPERTIES ON paved street. . Will sell, trade or exchange. See Kelley, Pennsylvania Hotel WANTED — THE ADDRESS O F tho^ who will have turkey eggs for' sale2: Address X, care Register, FdR SALE^TEAM, HORSE AND mare, ; sound, weighing 2,7.50, work anywhere. A. F.' Florence, lola, Kas. Phone 1165 or 643. i FOR SALE—FIGURE PAPER AND sheep skin scraps. The Register Book bindery. FOR SALE—GOOD WALNUT POBTS Phone 975-21. FOR SALE—THREE SPANS' OF mules and span of ponies. Phone 154. Frank ^Boyer, LaHarpe. FOB SALE CHEAP—FIVE ROOM house, barn, chicken house, fruit. Inquire 323 N. Third. Phone 1042. REGISTERS CAN BE BOUGHT AT the Hess Drug Co. store at Humboldt. Papers leave press at* 5 p. m., reaches Humboldt 5:35 p. m. prompt. FOR SALE—WHITE ORPINGTON eggs for hatching. Phone 392. Sharpe. FOR SAI^40 FOOT LOT WITH 5 room house one block from square on terms. Phone 117. FOR SALE—FIVE ROOM HOUSE; built three years. Price right. 402 N. First St. FOR SALE—FOR SALE ! FOR SALE—FOR SALE !* FOR SALE—ONE SPAN OF THREE year-old filleys; good ones. Two and one half miles north on State street, lola, Kans. phone 981-31 . FOR SALE—B A RH ED ROCK Cockerels, fine ones from penned fowls, $1 each. Also eggs $3.0ft per hundred or 50c setting of 15. Emma Mueller, Humboldt, Kas., Route No. 2. FOR SALE—GOOD PIANO REAS- onable; 718 E. Jackson. FOR SALE—PURE BARRED PLY- moutli Rock Cockerels. • S. W. Harris, Geneva, Kan. F. L. B. LEATELL, M. D. Speclaltlesr- • Diseases of the Chest. <• Diseases ot Children. X-RAY. <• Phones—Office 147; Res. 147 •:• lola State Bank Bldg. <• «.> •> ^ « <> .> ^1 <• .> .> .> <. .> GRjUII MIIRKETS FOR TRADE — GOOD AUTOMO- bil,e. Wliat ha^e you? C. C. McCarty &'Son. FOR SALE—PAIR MULES, CORN. FOR SALE—FOUR-YEAR-OLD DUR- Hay and Household Furniture. Tele-,(ham cow giving milk. Phone 240. phone 1050. FOR SALE—WHEAT STRAW AND fodder. Phone 987-34. FOR SALE—IMPROVED 120 ACRE farm, 7 miles east of Burlington. Price $5400. Address LaRue Sisters, 419 S. Third St.. Ida, Kas. FREE, VALUABLE STOCK BOOKS with each purchase of LeGears Stock Food. Eakin's Hardware. FOR SALE—BUFF ROCK EGGS for hatching, |2.~5 per hundred. Phone 727, LaHarpe. .Mrs. Attice Baptist. FOR SALE—F U R N 11 IT R E. 1N- qiiire TiOn S. Buckeyp. FOR SALE—FIVE SHARES TOLA Bi'.llding and Loan Co. stock, series 17 and IS ".T. D. S.," care Register. FOR SALE—GRAY MARE, BUGGY and harness; 501 N. McRae, Gas. FOR SALE—GOOD SECOND HAND Reo fivc-pa.ssenger touring car. Price reasonable. O. D. Courtney, Savonburg, Kas. FOR SALE—PIGS AND SHOATS. Call 987-23. Frank. Bale. POR SjALE—VIOLONCELLO; 301 S. Kentucky. Phone 163. EGGS FOR HATCHING, ROSE Comb Reds. Also 1 splendi4 cockerel. Phone 310. FOR SALE—0.\E TWO-YEAR-OLD bull; two good bull calves. Phone 5. D. C. Ellis. jRingler Land Co. FOR RENT—FOR RENT FOR RENT—ROOMS FOF. HOUSE keeping or sleeping; partly modem; 212 W. Madison. FOR RENT, FOR SALE, LODGING, Furnished Rooms, Boarding, and other cards can be had at the Register off flee, neatly printed in large, plain type. Five cents each. J. E. PJEPPEB Dentist Office «. er Riley's Hdw. Store East Side Sq. Pkone 687 CASH WHEAT IS SLIGHiLX, LOW. ER—OOBX SHOTVS A QAflf. Both Cattle and Ho^s Are Hlgl Kansas City IVith Bather Receipts. IRA B. FRANT2 OPTICAL CO. lola - - Kansai' FOR RENT—THREE ACRES 525 S. Kentucky. Can plow 1% acres, 1 acre in alfalfa. Good six. room house, good big barn, cement floor; also a good hen-house. Call 988-33. F6R RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. 604 N. .lefferson. FOR SALE—A TEAM OF MARE mnles, coming 4 years old. One mile soutli of Gas. S. L. Remsbcrg,- lola Rente 2. FOR TRADE—NEW BUGGY FOR milk cow. C, C. McCarty & Son. LOST AND FOUND LOST—GOLD WATCH AND FOB Sunday. . Leave Register, receive reward. —Tell your Wants to 20,000 thn the Register's Classified- column. UUlUIPE NEWS FOR TIAY FlaO ASHLEY, SCFFilRlXG FROM ABSCESS CAUSED BY TOOTH. IT. Yi. IViU Give Supper and Enter. Ul .inmeDt at Hall Tonight—Xews i. Notes and Personals. crawl under trains at the crossings. He particiilarly wishes that the parents should speak to the children as it is a dangerous custqm and he can not •watch all the. crossings each time Uiere is a train. —Smoke your meat with Wright's Condensed Smoke.—Waters & Danforth. Drugs and .Jewelry. A BETTER DIGESTIOX AXD LIVER FOR YOU. LAHARPE, Feb. 25.—The W. O. W. willigive fa box supper, pie supper and entertainment tonight at the hall.. Tl^.. lecture given at M. E. Church Tum^y night by T. Alex. Calriis was well .Attended and. was considered ex- t:eU<^ iQr the audience. He spoke on n »ticff »l prohibition. , A*|hie .Gilbert, will leave tomorrow morip^nKfor Tulsa* Okla. He has been visitttig relatives here several weeks. Mrs, {Montgomery has purchased the Hamilton tract of land south of town. ThJET.LaHarpe orchestra and their famitieB went to the home of Miss norqthy Adams last night and surpris­ ed.l^r. ' G| W. Dick yesterday loaded out a car pf hay. -^Piu F. R. Hook, Physician ana Surgeon. Phone 66. Office south rooms ovcjf National Bank, EJ[mer Stansbury, who is very ill was repdrted a little better yesterday. He hiid;! rested well the night before. "riio Stansbury rig after a -few days shut down owing to the bad weather ye3Jterday, began operations again. Thfy are now in^ the Prairie Hall nei |hbgrhood. Qharles AViison left yesterday tor Kaitsas City where he will be away se ^feral days attending to business matters. -4-Dr. Dunham, Physician and Surr geqn. Over National Bank. Phone 20. Mrs. Lewis Dudley, after a pleasant visit with Mn and,,Mrs. C. E. Meader lefji yesterday idr her home in Parsons. Iloyd Ashley is quite ill. He is suf- fenng fyom an, abscess caused by an uIiSBnited tooth. in. Morrison yesterday shipped a pf hay. . -If you want some good Wall Pa- pelCHEAP see Cooksey, the druggist^ Jfnhnj Vaughn, who some time ago fell £rom= a load of hay and was se- .ve ^r i'njured, is not able to be up. ibrshali ^Richardson has seen several^ of the schoiol children attempt to It's, bad blood that makes your liver sluggish and the same bad blood causes your stomach muscles to lose their elasticity and become flabby and weak and that means indigestion. Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discovery, purely vegetable and free from alcohol or narcotics, is the great?and powerful blood purifier of today. It is extracted from American forest roots with pure triple refined glycerine. ; Take it as directed and it will search out impure and poisonous matter througliout the sjistem and eliminate it through'the natural channels. It will penetrate into the joints and muscles, and dissolvej the poisonous accumulations. It wil replace all the bad blood it drives out; with rich, pure blood full of vital force. It will furnish you with the kind of blood that increases energy and ambiton, that puts the entire body in such perfect physical condition that brain or muscles know no fatigue. It will clear the skin; eczema, pimples, rash, blotches will dry up and disappear; boils, carbuncles and other evidences of tainted blood will pass away, never to appear again. Get Dr. Pierces' Golden ^iledical Dis- CO very from any medicine dealer today, in either liquid or tablet form, as you prefer. It's the one great blood maker and purifier that all weak or rundown people ought to start to use at once. If yoii want good blood, good health and clear skin, get a supply today.—Adv. TflEIIII]rSD0IN6SIIT6IISGITY CHIROPRACTOR C. C. CALVI> TO ()KLAHO.VA TO LOCATE. Fred Willlj, is .Reported Very Sick— Xews Xotes.and Personal Men- Uon of City and Vicinity. Birth iof the Needle. When the idea occurred to some pw>: historic iban of putting a hole throng^ the butt end ck. a sharp bone bodkin, or stylet, suctt as we' know that th© Aurignacieunes^ were already accustomed to use, and of thrusting a strirfg through the. hole in order that it might; be drawn itito the perforations of the garment, the needle was born, from youthful human cehlus, and so well born that it has uiidergone no essential improvement; in all the countlcM ages that have jsince roiled away. Look at on&.p{ thtejSf ^tJpnBhistoric bone needi^ in, soinf^ arehjieot^cal cpllec Uon jand you^.wjU.:b«(tec awivciiUip tl^^ m^t uijkhoira but 4^oripns . A«riHuu:laa;^EUiMn^ wlioce, hisheaij thought, peHiapSf i{M tO'.pleaaci wild ii£ht bis wife! ' _ GAS CITY, FEB. L'5.—Mr. C. C. Calvin, chiropractor, who recently moved here from Mapleton, has gone to Oklahoma where he. will probably locate. Mrs. J. T. Dembret is quite ill. There will be prayer meeting tonight at the M. E. church. All members are urged to attend as the interest in recent meetings has not been what it should be. James Beardsley, of Toronto, visited yesterday with E. L. O'Brien and family. James Sykes has returned to Collinsville after * pleasant visit with friends and relatives here. A. Ensminger, who has rented the Blue Ribbon farm cast of town will move the first of the week. Mrs. M. Pool, who has been quite sick for several days was no better yesterday. Mrs. Floyd Bratton, of northesat of I^Harpe 8l )ent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. .lackson. Fred Willig is reported quitcv ill. Mrs. J. I. Preston, of lola, Visited with friends here yesterday. Mr, Church, of Baldwin, representing Baker University spoke yesterday to the high school students. About twenty-five members', of the local Epworth League went to Ipla Tuesdayevening where they were entertained by the lola League at the G. A. R. hall. Martna and George Washington led a grand -march in which all participated after which a splendid program was given and refreshments were served. The Gas City League certainly enjoyed the evening. LEGALS. (First Published Feb. IS, 1915) Xotlce of Sale. ^In the Probate Court of Allen County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of Simon Heller^ deceased. By virtue of an order to sell real estate for the payment of deb^s, made by the Probate ^ourt of Allen County, Kansas, in the estate of Simon Heller, fdeceased, dated January 22, 1915, directed to the administrator of said estate; I the undersigned administrator of said estate, will on Monday, March 22, 1915, at ten o'clock a.- m. at the south door of the Court House in the City of lola, Allen County. Kansas, offer at public sale by auction, and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of said decedent and his said estate/in and to all the following described property located in, Allen County, Kansas, towit: (A) That part ot Ix)t 3 In Block 78 In the original site of tiietity of lola, Kansas, described as follows: Beginning 19 feet east of the northwest corner of ^ald lot 3, thence south 120 feet, thence east 23 feet, thence north. 120 feet, thence west to point of beginning; and (B) The ea.st .")0 feet off of the eai-t ends of lots 4, 5 and; 6, in Block 9, Rhoades' Addition to ff'e City of lola, Kansas, according to the recorded plat of said .\dditicn. ' • Said lands are offered for sale in pursuance of said order of Kuk. of said Probate Court of said County; such sale being necessary to pay the debts of said estate. Dated this 18th day of February, A, D. 191.5. 0. E. PEES, (2)-lS-2.5-(.''.)-4-Il Administrator. IMPPENIN6SUPIITDLDG0t0Ny THE BEXTOXS CELEBRATE AXXL VEHSARY OF M'EDDIXG. 3Ir. Waltt's Sew Method of Singing- Xews Xotes and Personal M^enflon. A self. lazy man is a dead loss to him- Men will wear low-necked shirts this summer, although, a man's "Adam's apple" is as ugly as a woman's elbow. Growing Childran UBH afood toais and tim* fdrtWriUQdheiiUi. . , ^ Ollwpll Cmiilsien^: • §urrell'a Onig .St^iy. (First Published Feb. 11, 1915) PUBLIC.ATIOX SUXXOXS. Nettie V. Alejcander and Geo. W. Alexander are hereby notified that you have been sued as defendants by the Lone Elm State Bank, as plaintiff, in civil action No. 10516. m the District Court of Allen County. Kansas, and th.nt unless yoii answer to the plaintiff 's petition filed therein by .the.2oth day I of March, 1915, said petition will be taken as true and judgment will be rendered against ydu on the note sued ,on for the sum of $65.00, with interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum, from September 15, .1915, and the mortgage securing said indebtedness will be foreclosed and the property covered by said mortgage, to-wit: "Lots. Seven and Eight in Block Forty-four fh the First Addition to the Town of MfMredA Allen County, Kansas, will be ordered%old according to law to pay the said" Indebtedness, the costs of this action, ami such other charges as.may be-pr6per\and«tbat such other and further jiuljkment will be rendered as to the courtnhiy seem prbj&er. (Seal) MABGARET E. FORNEY. (2)-lM8-25 Cle* J)|rtriCt Court. COLONY, Feb. 25.—Mike Carroll had business in Garnett Wednesday. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denton arranged for a surprise wedding anniversary for them 'Tuesday evening, in honor of their third annual arrival at this happy date. They gathered at Taylor's anB marched to the hotel in a body and took the house. It was a delightful evening with piano music by Mrs. Frank Denton, spirited conversation on subjects gay ah:i grave, and games, the most interesting of which was a trip to Klondike. Refreshments were served and at midnight the guests departed after wishing Mr. and Mrs. Denton many more years of married bliss. C. il. F'erguson had business in Garnett Tuesday. Henry Allen won't hold Jay House to his offer to eat ills hat if he isn't elected mayor of Topeka on the theory that he has hut one and a bald headed man should never be forced to go without a lid. So If House is elcc.t- ed or not the lid will still be on in Topeka. Theo C Muller, mute, graduate of the state school of Ohio for these unfortunates, blew into Colony ahead of the storm, and being a printer has made his headquarters at our office. He is a good workman and a cheerful scamp. But he says Kansas is niggardly with its state school, ihat it doesn t appropriate money enough for maintenance and op'eration and cites the 160 acre farm owned by the mute school as an instance. The school can't use it for demonstration if or lack of funds so it rents it. He says, "Were it worked by pupils under a good instructor it would be productive and instructive. What the school needs is a sign language talker and demonstrator." It seems that this administration could well afford to take better care of a'U schools for unfortunates and for its state prisoners as well. It would at least be humane. Every day the impression grows stronger that the Houn' Dog put a curse on tlie Wilson administration. County town natives are easily astounded largely because they like to he. Diaphanous drapery has been worn as an outer garment by ladies from tline immemorial, yet recently, when a lady came to Colony in this fonn of garbament.. old' • men openejd wide thqlr eyes to glimpse the passing show and young men followed in the wake ot the w^grer taking; tbeir gap- Ings. in .aulps. The' reporter had passed the gown imnoticed until he sensed the fact that somcthfng unusual was stirring the town. What he saw when he di.i look Is his own business. But there was no cause fcr the diapason by the anvil chorus, by the gang that hasn't bathed since the warm days last summer and who would not appear ini modest, if they were undressed, as a result Peering at the peripheral portions of a ladies' garbiture and makin.s; smart remarks is an old. old custom, handed down from the fig leaf days and will probably, like Bryani remain with us always. And most pette'l plnnts in a country town will continu? to remain in a pot labeled "I..eaf Lard." Hence the interest in diaphanous duds. J. R. Wiatt was in our shop this mcrning and we asked liim to sing for the deaf mute and he .stracefully. complied with."Aba (li9aba." The muta then wrote hiriia nrote and said, "I can't enjoy yourSffent notes." .1. R. came, right back and said, "1 don't sins by notes, I sing by quotation marks." John Po?t made a business trip tc Humboldt Wednesday. Pete Caress is here from western Kansas visitin.? his nephev/, Chas. anri Tom Waters . A. G. C. Matter was in Tola Wednesday on business. . W T. Wat.son received a telegram Wednesday—hy mail. The wires are down but the telegraph company still takes business. (By the Associated Press) Kansas City Llvestiiek. j Kansas City, Feb. 25.—CATTlfE, re- i ceipts 2,500. Market steady. 10'higher." i Prime fed steers $8.00 ©S.&O,- d^ested-. 'beef steers $6.8O@-8.00; co^s^anil ieif ers $4.25@8.25; Blockers and feeders $6.00@7.80; bulls 95-25(8)4.50,;] cilyen ?G.50(fi!10.75. • . * ; .1 J '• HOGS—Receipts 8,000. Market 6 to. 10 cents highfer. Heavy i6.60®«.6&;- packers and butchers f 6.6<>®€.70:' light |6.60@6,70. ; = I ' Chicago Livestock. Chicago, Feb. 25.—CA'ETLEj receipts 5,000. Market firm. Beeves $5.60@9.10; C0W .S and heifers |3.60'@ 1.10, HOGS—Receipts 23,000. Sfarket was Steady. Light $6.55(56.80; mixed $6.45 (S6.75; heavy |6.15@6.65; pigs |5.75@ 6.8.5. , ••' • Kansas City GraliL Hbnsas City, Feb. 25.—Cftsh Wheat, Market unchanged to Ic Idwer. New —S'o. 2 hard, ?1.50@1.52; No. Sf $1 .49 (rn.51; No. 2,red, |1.50 #1.50^; No. 3. :?14!)'S!1.49V4.' Close—May $1 .45%;. Jully $1.19@1.19V4; Sept. $l.lt@l.Il%-. ; CORN-Market 70®7O'/ic; No. 3, 6.Si-!,c; .\o. 2 white, 70@70i4c; No. 3, 71c. Close—May 69V@69:»4c; July 71 ^c; Sept. 72%@72i^c. i OATS—Market unchanged. No. 2 white, 55i/4@.56c; No. 2 mixed, 52@'53c. RYE—$1.24 per bushel . HAY'—Market weak. Choice tim^ ottiy $15.000115.50; choice prairie $11 Wi'ieat received, i45 cars. ; Organic Trouble-. An automobile collided with a street organ the other day and the auto went into the curb. The organ didn't escape, however. It lost six notes from the upper set of a tango waltz and broke two ribs from its-collection of popular Scotch airs. Its ragtime love song was badly Jolted, too, and large sections we^re gauged from its ."Silver Threads Among the Gold." It suffered the most severely, how^ ever, in its "Tower Scene" from "II Trovatore," it being quite im_possiblr s'.fter the impact to teli which wa» Leonora and which Manrico. Nobody was hurt, the organ grinder crawling out from under the debris and briskly shouting, "Where Is ze tin cup?" The cup and the pennies being ,found, he went his way rejoicing.— \(jleveland Plain Dealer. Chicago Close. • WHEAT—May $jl.55%; JUly $1.85%. . CORN—May 72%c; July;;74 %c^ OATS—May SSYzc;: July . oa%@ 53%c. \ ' ' • PORK—May $17.20;^ July $17.55. UVRD—May $10.17; Juiyl $10 .35: Local Markets; ^ rroduce quotations fariiiJihed dally by Coghill (Tcmmlssloii Coi&pjl|aK' Packing Butter—17c per .Rbiiiid: • Fresh Eggs—iSc per doza>.| Poultry—Hens, Uc.per Ibrj young =^ cocks, 6c; spring chickens 9* .lb.; P.F. F. ducks, 9c; F. F. F. geesei; Ojo; NO. 1., turkeys, 10c; No. 2 turkej *,]'7 <s; old — toms, 8c; guineas. 20c eactij ? Green Hides—14c; No. 1 horse bides $4.25 each, , I ' ' SAXTA FE TIME TAifeLE; (Effective Feb. 7,18|5). i Sontli Boimd. No. No. .\o. No. No. No. No. , So. .No. No. Conscious Doers of Kindness. 1 he conscious doers of kindness arc probably the most surprised people in the world. In the first place, they aro almost certain to feel that they don't get due credit, that they are misunderstood: They are surely misunderstood by themselves. By others they are not likel}' to be misunderstood, particularly by those they do good to. If, for eiample, the virtuous patronizers of the poor could only know how, in many instances, the poor felt toward them, tiiey would at first be indignant and resentful. Then they would wonder how they had escaped with their (Ives- $160 Rewanl. $100 The readers of this *aper will b« pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded diseaae that acience has been able to cure In all lU stages, and that Is Catarrh. ! Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only po«ltJv» cure BOW known to the medical fraternity:- Catarrh being a constitutional disease, nquirea a constitutional treatment.: Hairs Catarrh Cure l« taken Internally, actlna directly upon the b|ood and omeoas surfaces ot the system, thereby ooitreylfeir the foundation of the dIS* ease. and. pvtaiK the patient strensth by buildlnir iip the conatitutlon and as^Unr nature (a delna its work. The proprietors have somncb faJth In lU curaUve power* that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any ease that.lt fails to cure. SenA for Ust of teatlmralidir; - 1: r. j; CHKNKT a co.. Toiwio. a 201 Passenger dally—«-4»,a. 203 Passenger .daily— ?:4S'a. 207 Passenger Dally.,- l8?2iip.; 203 Passenger daily..:- *iSgl a,. 215 Freight da. ex. Sun. t2 :3$p. 21a Freight dally— -<2:20 a; Korth Boaad. 202 Passenger daily— ^:40.p. 204 Passenger dally— 3r2ft;a. 208 Passenger daily— J:30. a. 210 Passenger daily— t:!**- 216 Freight da. eS.Sun. $2 :15 p. a. m. m. nl 'nr.. m. m. m. m. m. m. FIVE CE3 .TS PBOVEgli Ttf —A Gieneroas Offec. Cut i^t. Udsad,'' ^ enclose with' 5, cents to Fo|By ft Co., : -i Chicago, 111., and they will;sen^'you ; out trial package pf Fole|ja-.^oiMr,- and Tar Compound for cou ^|i8 ,\(»lds,*-.'; sroup, bronchial and^lagrip^ cmghs; Foiey Kidney Pills and FoMgi Cathar-" • tic Tablets. For sale in yotS; town by Burrell's Drug Store. " I . I - _ br aU DruMtsta. TIo. «alH».E[airs vamtly Puis (or constipation j —Tx^ a Regteter Waat Ad. THE R£G IN HUMpa The lola Regis^l will be on sale iti| Hess'; Drug Sto|ei] Humboldt, eve;-evening at 5: sharp. Today's Newsl TodayI | Price, 2c per cop| .2*

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