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11 SCOOP-lthe Cub Ripporter. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER].FRIQAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26,1915. 1^ NRW MAro IS A HUSllBR. By *'HOF* [H rtOMETO (JET UJCflU t^m WU-NOW TAKE A \>l^(r PPRW ME. MAM - "^ WAN -m -AIiL KINDS S * * « -s flf'fR -s -s * « * 3- * * * 3; IF IN NEED OF A FARM * LOAN, or any kind of INSUR- * ance. ccme to me: 1 am pre- * * paried to- TAKE CARE of Vott. « S: R. L. Xbompson, office over * * Evans' Drug Store. Tel, 142. v. * i * BABIES CARED hXiR AX 202- X. Taylor. Mrs,.01dhani, l^Harpe, Kas. ;rHE U.\IO?]t PACIFIC TEA CO 'want a man.. In every city or village in Kansas IQ sell, our goods to consumers. We a,re our own importers, .seilinfc' direct to consumers through agents, giving valuable and useful premiums to those who buy the goods. This proposition offers unusual opportunities to men who can qualify and with ability tO; sell. not aplply "if you'cahnol f«tnish bonid:. Must be a resident of tiat city and prefer one who has had experience as~ an agent. No. 7 North Jefferson St., lola, Kansas. • WANTED^MEN TO LEARN THE barber trad^.:;Positively the best trade of the 'kind.;; Can prepare you ;|H short term. Wagiss while leamiug; Open to everyone. Ajpply by mail. Moler Barber College, Kansas City, Mp. WANT—TO RENt modern libuse; close FIVE ROOM . P.lioue 639. WANTED — THE ADDRESS OF those who will have turkey eggs for sale. Address X, teare Register. i WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER. CALL address,'B. F. Mitchell. Lallarpe, iKans . ^ WANTS^ALL KINDS. 1 FOR SALE—FOR SALE KEGISTEKSCASKE BOUGHT AT the Hess Dru&Co. Store at Humboldt^ PapiTS leave- press at 5 p.. ni., reach Humboldt oitJB p. m. prompt. WANT El calvt'S. Ca ')—TO BUV A FEW CiOOO ,11 988-3a. FARM EI corn, wli<!ii hay in car coi:k, Chai S ATTENTION—\V A N T t, oats, alfalfa and prairie lots, any track. O. W. Al- ute, Kas. BO.ARD WANTED FOR COUPLE, wittichild. "L" curt' Rugistt -.r. W.WTED—TRAVELER FOR Age 27 to .'10. E.\perience uniicceKsary Salary, conimissioii and f-xpense al- lowanrc to rigiil man. .1. K. .Vlc.Hrady, Chicago. WA.XTE!)—SECOND JlANl) BICY- cle. Phone 997-13. WANTED—WASHINGS, H O U S E- cleanins;.10.S W. Brnner Street. WANTED—GIRL OR WOMAN TO do hoas(!^\vork. .Mrs. E. M. Hosley, Bayard, Kas. WANTED—APPRE.N'TICE G I R L S wanted in the Millinery Department. — Richaul-jon's. W.VNTED—TO RENT SIX OR SEV- en rooni' modern lious'' with ;)a.n. lames Melch. Phone S9S. jW^SALE33F0R_S^^ THREE 'GOOD PROPERTIES ON paved street. Will sell, trade or exchangi!. See Kelley, Pennsylvania Hotel. FOR SALE—FIGURE PAPfeR AND sheep skiu scraps. ' The Register Book bindery. ^ F 6 R S A LE—GOOD WA LN ijt POSTS Phone »7!;-21. FOR SALE—THREE $PAXS OF mules and sjHin of ponies.. Phone i'li. Frank Uoyer, Lallarpe, FOR SALE CHEAP—FIVE ROOM house, barn, chicken ifousle, fruit. Inquire 323 N. Tljird.. Plion'e IWZ. REGISTERS CAN BE BOUGHT AT the !ie.s.s Drug Co. store at Humboldt. Papers leave preasal p. in., reaches Humboldt 5:35 p. ai.^prompt. FOR SALE—WHITE ORPINGTON eggs for hatching.',' Phone 392. Sharpe. FOR SALEl—40 FOOT LOT WITy .1 room house one block from square oh terms. Phone; 117. FOR SALE—FIVE ROOM HOUSE; built three years. Price right. 402 N. First St. FOR SALE—FOR SALE 1 FOR SALBJ—^R SALE FOR SALE—B A R RED ROCK Cockerels, tine"' ones from penned fowls, |1 each. Also eggs J3.0U per hundred or 00c setting of 1"). Emuui Mueller, Humboldt, Kas., Route No. 2. ; FOR- SAJJE^PURE BARRED PI>Y\ mouth Rock Cockerels. S. W. Harris, tleneva, Kan ! FOR TRADE —GOOD .AUTO-MO- i ' bllo. What have you? C. C. .McCarty Son. F. L. B. LEAVELL, M. D. Specialties- Diseases of the Chest Diseases of Children. X-RAY. Phones—Office 117; Keg. 147 lola State Bank Bldg. <• •:• • •:• • • • •> • • •:• •> •> •:• • • • FOR SALE—PAIR .MULES. t^ORN, Hay and Household Furniture. Telephone 10."<0. FOR SALE—WHEAT STRAW AND fodder. Phone 987-34. j FOR SALE—FOUR-YEAlt-OLD DURI huiu cow giving milk. Phone 240. ' Ringler Lund Co. FREK, VALUABLE STOCK BOOKS with each purchase of U>G<':irs Stocl< l'\iod: Eakin's H:irdware. FOR SALE -THOROUGIIURED S C. Wiiite Legiiorn Eggs, from'Ferri.'^ improved bred-to-lay stock. fl.OO per si 'tting, ft".00 per Utii. Mi-.i. T. E. 'O'il- son. I'lioiie 997-32. FOR SA1J5—PIGS AND SHOATS. Call 987-23. Frank Bale. FOR SALE—V10L0.\-CELLU; 301 S. Kentucky. Phone ltJ3. EGGS FOR HATCHING, ROSE Comb Reds. Also 1 splendid cockerel. Phone 310. ; FOR SALE—BUFF ROCK EGGS lor hatching, $2.7.". per hundred. Phone 727, Lallarpe. .Mrs. Attice Baptist. , FOR SALE—F V R N I T U R E. quire .")0.0 S. Buckeye. , I.\- OROAN FOR SALE-\VK HAVE IN lola a splendid. Estey Organ, walnut case, high mirror top, good as new. Will sell at. a Bargain rather than ship in. Terms or cash. Can be seen at Drake's Transfer Co. .storage, or write Hoffman Music Co., Kansas City. .Mo., foi- full 'paitieulars. FOR SALE—GOOD PIANO REAS- onablc; 718 E. Jackson. FOR SALE—ONE TWOA'EAR-OLD bull; two good bull calves. Phone 'i. U. C. Ellis. FOR SALE—.\ TEAM OP, MARE mule?,,coming •( yoar.s ohi. One mile south of Gas. S. L. Remsbiirg, lola Route 2. ' FOR TRADE—NEW BUGfJY FOR milk cow. C C. McCarty & Son. FOR SALE—WIIITE B L 0 S S 0 M •Sweet Clover Seed. .1. N. Thompson, Route 2. EGGS FROM PURE BRED 41H0DE Island Reds and Single Comb White Leghorns, good laying strains, 7.5c per setting, $3.00 per 100. Mrs. G. G. Dick, Lallarpe. • ••>*•*<««<><.• <• • • • • <• <• • '> <• J. K. PEPPEB « •> Dentist • Office c.er Riley's Hdw. Store * <• East me Sq. Pkone <87 •> • • <• • .;. •> * * * • * <• I, IBA B. FRAJfT? OPTIGIL CO. lol» -.- Kansaf FOR RENT—FOR RENT 4* FOR RENT—ROOMS FOF. HO0SE keeping or sleeping; partly modem; 212 W. Madison. FOR. SALE-GOOD CLEA.X RED Clover Seed. JIO per bushel. G. (!. Dick, lallarpe. Phone 723. i:0UPLE OF GOOD RESIDENCE liropcrties very cheap, if sold at once. Soe O'Rrisn. Cas. . FOR RENT, FOR SALE. LODGING, Furnished Rooms, Boarding, and other cards can be had at the Register office, neatly printed in large, plain type. Five cents each. THE REGISTER IN HUiMBOLDT! The lola Register will be on sale at Hess' Drug Store, Humboldt, every evening at 5:35 sharp. Today's News Today! Price, 2c per copy. WHEAT HITS 1 DOWN GRADE DROPS OFF TODAY IX THE KANSAS cm: MARKETS. SO-ACRE IMPROVED. GRAIN, fn .'it, .stock farm: >i» acrr.s :i.iniiciiliiir- al land. ITice %iiW. Leslie Lund Co., Leslie, Ark. FOR SALl-;—NICE BRIGHT TEXAS Red Seed Oats. .Mso Commercial Whiti- Seed Corn. Phone 9S9-21 or 9SM. W. F. Webber. FOR SALE—AT FAR.MER'S FEED Yard. Saturday, 4" lii^ad hogs—sows, pigK and some nice gilts. • FOR SALl->-PrRE BRED; SINGLE Comlj White Lr.;j;lior/) Eggs, r,(Jc for K.; ?3 110 per 100, Liy'sa .\rniacost. Telephone 99S-2L FOR SALE—A GOOD BICYCLE; cheap. Dick Tobey", Register Office. FOR RENT—THREE ACRES 525. S. Kentucky. Can plow l^A acres, D acre in alfalfa Good six room house, good big harn, cement floor; also a good Iiea-houce. Call 9S8-33. P'OR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. 604 N. .lefferson. LWPErNEWS FOR M B\HKF,T BALL TKA .M PLAVS AT U .MO.VTOW .V TO.MGUr. Onnu .Mc<>i|in!.s III AViUi FnoiinioulH— .>ew((. SuU's and Personal , ! : Mention. LAHARPE, Feb. 20.—Mrs. John Mc-j Donald is quite ill with I'agripp^?. ' Misses Faonie and Mamie Ward, li-ho have bipen in Kansas City the past . three week^s' buying their spring hats have retuni-ed hbme. '"Mrs. McQuire is on the sick list. • • 5VIrs. M. L; Smith, of lola is speeding the week-end with Mrs. Walter Wilson. .1 ' •—Smoke jW-our reieat with Wright's Condensed -Smoke.—Waters & Dan- j forth. Drugs aiid Jewelry. . Mr. and Mrs. Lem Newman and fanjj'- , Ily, of Matpon, 111., arrived here yes"- terday morning. Mr. -Newman form, erly lived lier« and he and Sirs. Nev- man were married Sunday. They will probabl}' s^ay here for a few weeks) and may (Jecide to make this their borne. f' • Dana, litfrle son of Mr. and Mrs. W'^L ter McGinpis, who has been ill with pneumonia. w"as reported better y.es-] ' terday. ' : * ; —If you: want some good Wall Pa-, per CHEAP see Cooksey, the druggist.' ~ ! Rev. W'm. Tillsbury has returned tu 'his home here. He has been spending the winte?, at the Soldiers' hoiue at Fort' Dodg^!. Geo, Bu^Iey has sold his pnbperty ,011 South ^Washington and will move t to 308 Soiith W^ashington. ^ Rev. H.; A. Churcli,. of Baldwin was in town yesterday visiting friends and relatives..: He visited the high schooL and sjiok^ about the Baker Univer-1 sky. ; " . j --Dr. B. "R. Hook, Physician and; Sargeon. phone 6G. Office south rooms j over National Bank. • Miss A^na Felkins is il! With tlic grippe. -• i Glen I^wrenco left yesterday for Els- j more where he has employment. 1 Mr. Ro:bert Shaw after a, three' weeks' lllnesa was able to be out yesterday : •Sara Wilson, who lias been* ill for the past-week was again able to be up town-'yesterday. >:Ed Ca'to.iind Will Cain, of lola. attended Jrfrs. "t>izxl0 Kelley's sale yesterday. . ' .. I —We,now have our Complete Line pf Wall paper pa d)spl«y; beautiful patterns.' Prices from 7c double roll pfi up.—F. A. Cookisey, Druggist. . .Iames;and Oliver Harvey, of Col- i^[nsville,;;.are here visiting .Mr. and . Mrs.' Ed-jJ^-rt. - '• .. , •i-j Sam imox, who iver south'of town. is moving to a farm five miles east of Humiioldt. . Tlie I.aHarpe boy-j basket ball team will go to Unionlown tijniglit to play a same there. .Mrs. l-;va Wilson, of .Vlildred, i.s spending a fc-w days with lier mother , Mrs. .1. L. Shearer. Mrs. -Artiiur Settlemyi'r, of lola, sjient yesterday with friend? hert- —We have our new- • Sjiring Patterns of Wall Paper in.and can show you tlH; latest di-signs ai lowest prices.—Waters & Danforlli, Drugs and .Jewelry. RIdee Piano in SVorm^ A piano is a handy thing aboard aliip, e.vcn if the weather i.^ too rough for one to play >ipon It. .belie\-cs Cai)- tain Petersen of iha steamship Karens which arrived at New 'York from Matanzas with sugar. On - the way op from Cuba, abeiit seveiity miles off rCape Hatteras, a terrific-gale kicked up a sea that buffeted the vessel until her steering gear became deranged. Repairs required seven hours. Meanwhile the Karen dropped Into ttK? troughs, of the -sea, and a great flood poureU into her hold. Mrs. Petersen's room v.as fre<iuently avvasli,, but the akijjper's wife sat on tcp of the pin;-o ami fooled the flood that swirled about her.- flmiNeSUPIIT OLD COLONY ,1. K. fXi.KAH rs LLIKMXJ TO FAltM AT <;i(At'ELA.M). Pas.sencrr TrafiU- .Men fall l|»ou .Mr. >Vaitt ~\«'HS >otes and Personal 'Mention. iiOTHEiMI THIS- When the Children Coi^h, Rub Iffasterolejon Throats and Chesf Jv'o telling -how soon .the symptoms may develop info croiip. or worse. And then's wlien you're glad, you have a jar of MUSTEROLE. at hand to give' prompt, 5ure rblicf. It dbes-iiot blister. As first aid. and a;certain remedy there's nothing; like 1 MUSTEROLE. Thousands of. mothers^ kntfw it^You should keep a jar in the house. It is the remedy for adults, too." Relieves Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Tonsil- ilis. Croup, Stiff. Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia, % Headache, J Congestion, .Pleurisy, Rheumatism; Lumbago, Pains an4.Acties of Back or Joi^tis, Sprains, Sore litis- cles, atilblains,,'Frosted Feet and Colds of the Chest (it often prevents Pneumonia). At.yo«r driiggist's, in 25c and SOc jars, and a special large hospital size for ^.50. _Be sure you get the genuine MUS- tCROLE.. Refuse imiuttidns^et whit ydu ask for. The MiisWrok CbmMUnr, aevelandi Ohio. ; - , r COLONY. Feb. :i.'..—Mrs. .Tohn Post K !ii);ped 0 pen of Single'Comb. Rhode Island Whites to a party in Ilarris, >ro., and another to Osawatomie,' tb: day: The last number of the Colony Lecture. Course, provided by the Colony Sunday Schools, a home talent operetta .entitled "The Merry Milkmaids," was ea.^ily the most iiopular entertainment given here in a long, long time and the good people of the ,ebm- inunity attested their confidi*nco in tlie perforrfters by packing the house despite unfavorable weather. The amount of training tieces.sary to stage such" an entertainment is tremendous and Ralph Biindy, director, and all who took part are surely to be commended for the success of their efforts. Nearly forty, including the "Milk Maids," and "Fairmors" " chorus es. took p%rt in the operetta. "The dain ty mijkmaids, the sturdy farmer lads., th.e gi'acious queen, charming Dorothy and her sucessful wooer. Fanner .Jim, , the Commojlore. the wise fortune tel- le'.', the good old judge, tlie peddler and the doctor were pacli and all. favorites in turn and tiieir costuming and rendition of theijr j'arts met vvitli Iienrty approval and applause from a ,delii;hted audience. ,11 will be talked ' of for months to come and reniember- :ed by many for years. The Colony .audience was .so highly pleaH«;(i with i the. performance t'nat It will, in all i probahnity be sta.ged in AVelda and j Lone Elm, where the characters are ; nearly as weli| known as they are in I Colonv. ColoiJ^V is fortimate Indeed j m havin;.' people whQ so geuerously I contribute time and talent to make i tlie.se musical ' festival such a suc- ; cess. j G. :r. Page has puc <'ha.'-ed file butch, er s!:op from Frank Sniilli and will . run it himself. A Colony man met the "Oil Flyer"; But he brands that man a. liar, : Wlio says he got a jug r. B. JAiniAIN PABLY IX.H BED IN AN ACCIBENT. Kefort Fell I'lion Jlis Head—>< MV«. Notes »nil Persona? SfenHon of Town iind VIeinltj. 1! It '^what'^ makes ''hLrHtep '"'s^^^ nuK^h j JjjE DAY'S DOINGS AT GAS CIIY higher • , • We don't know tiow it lKi |ipcn (.'(l. -i— .Anyway .1. K Inghuni j^rew to sturdy j young uianhi 'od in Wichita and never i !earn ^'d to milk. When he hit"Crace-! land," Watson handed him a milk |)ail and said, "gel busy." Ingham brought it in fi^ill of cistern water and was surr ! pri.sed to find that it was for an en- tirtflj' different, ijurijose ,that he w;is expected to fill it with milk. He- 'fessed up that he didn't know the first prfnciples of extracting the lac- 1 teal fluid from a roan cow so he be- j gan. taking an extension department i course in dairying. He is improving! every day. By hard work he can fill a : bucket with one hand and is learning to use ijoth of them at the same time. Soon he will be so he can back space, self start, go through tiic ordeal without skidding, and strut over his new accomplishment when he goes back to Wichita to \isit. And to think of Henry Allen and Victor Murdock chasing around aw.-iy from liome trying to save the state wl;en possildy there are hundreds of young men in Wichita who don't know how to milk. ' Mr. Gregory, traveling passenger agt-nt for the C. li. Q.. lias been ordered by his company to cull on .1. R. Waitt and see il" he can't route Waitt's j Panama-Pacific' party over his road. ' Coine one, come all. .1. R. \jill ising to all of 'em before tlioy leave CoiQn>' as only his matchless voice can vibrate th* ethqral surroundings. Theo,.C. fMueller, the mute printer, objects, with all the vehemence he can splash onto paper with a lead ]iencil, to being <'alled an "unfortunate." He says, "We deaf mutes call the blind j .jinfdrtunate." Tlien lie makes the point that'he can talk. And when told of a mute girl being taught music he said, "H , "vvliat's the use." Me has the notion that all musicians sing and pTay only for their own amusement. Vesta Carrol returned lo .Newton Friday after a pleasant visit with his mother .-ind brother, Mike. He Is a Santa Fe fireman out of .N'ewton. Mrs [. H, Kasbeer si)ent last Thursday wHii Xfrs. E. 1).. Thunuis. in Garnett. iOBter re^ » ottal until. iMoniUiyRtf Mch Bw^'" Sold oaly by ut—SSe a box^ j GAS CITY, FEB. 2G.—C. R. Carmain was badly injured while at work at the Prime Western smelter yesterday morning. He was unloading retorts when a retort fell upon his head shoving him against another retort which cut quite a gash above his eye. A physician was summoned and a few stitches taken In the wound. Mrs. Gillaspie of Concreto, is reported quite ill. Mrs. M, Pool, who ha.s been quiic ill is better. .John McCarty went to I'iltsburg last night where he has employment. John Minor is moving into the Jones property on South McRae street. Mr. Olson, of Elsmore was a business visitor in town veslerdav. Rev. N. W. Gilbert, pastor of the M. E. churc his ill at his home in Baldwin. Walter Wise, of Wichita, is here for an indetinitc visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Wise. Mrs. Julia Corns of Hronson is visiting relatives here. Earl Slarkes is a student al the Katy depot. The many friends of Mrs. A. L. Jack .son will b(; sorry to learn that she is again guile ill. Mrs. E. C. Coble and Wm. Perry, Cremation In England. At the annual meeting of the Man-Chester Crematorium (Ltd.), held ear-: ly In December, 1D14, it was stated; that, cremations were still on the in- i cresBe. Ftora _a list of Vi centers It wa» shown that last year 1,209 cre- matl ins had taken place In England and Scotland. Golders Green led the way with 656. Manchester being sec- ond,f With 186, and Woking third,' wUh 13K- M handbook of the Bradford municipal crematorium may be Inspected at the bureau of foreign and domestic commerce or Its branch offices, i Delicate Girk and Women . aire ftib often ^dosedwith drugs when their blood is really starved. They need tkat blood - strength Hrhich comes from medicinal nourishment No drugs can make blood. SCOTT'S EMULSION !• a highly concentrated bltfod.food and every drop yields retams in atrengtbciUBg botk body and bratn. If. you are frail, Unirnid, delicate «r nervous, take Seott'B Emuhion after nMals fpr one month. Afo AleoAol. FOR RE.NT—SEVE.N ROOM MOU- ern house. Phone 863. NEWS FOR TODAY 1 .MISICAL ENTERTAINMENT AT THE .HETHODIST CUUKCH. Prospeetiye Openine of the Dardanel> le.s to Wheat Causes a ^ear Fanlc III Chicago. (By thf! A.<!socinted Pre.s.s) \ Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Eftb. 26.—CATTLE, re-i ceipls 1 ,1 )00. Market steady. Prime' fed, steers $S.0Og.S.C0; Pressed, beef, steers $email@example.com>0; cows and helfers: $4.2.'if.ff8.2.5; stockers and feeders |6.(H); Ji'.SO; bulls $5.25(g'6.75; calves J6.50 ® 10:75. - MOGS—Receipts o,000. Market was: steady to 5c higher. Hpavy $firstname.lastname@example.org;,' packers and butchers $email@example.com; light; $C.6(.l'56.70. .1. .1. fVilsun Has Sold'Farm .South of Town^News Notes and Personal tfeiition. .MORAN, Feb. 26.—Mr. Mathews was here from Eureka on business. .\rd KerscUner and Chuck Brouillard visited the High School today. Moran Grain Co., unloaded a car load of Red 1 *6X33 seed oats. J. J. Wilson has improved the front part of Post Office by a coat of paint. i:. F. Brouillard sold three loads of hogs to Welch today. Lewis Norton from Mildred is in town today on business. .1. .1. Wilson sold the L. H. Klrk- natriik half section, half mile south of town to W. II. Gates from Anthony, i\ans. . tilen Caldwell is working for E. I). Ropp. . j Dan Roman went to Chaaute on bus- . iness . Herb Ford went to lola today on business. Mrs. Walter Skaggs returned to her ! home in Chanute. She has been vi.s-' Ring here with S. R. Skaggs, her fafu- er-in-law. Ladies Aid met with Mrs. T. E. Burton today. .Miss Eva Cooper went to lola today. On account of musical entertainment at M. E. Church tonight the Lockwood players wilt postpone their show untir after the entertainment. Geo. Anderson sold his driving horse he purchased of Ed. Sutherland, I'li- dersheriff, to Carl Shlvely. Chicago Livestock . Chicago, Feb. 26—CATTLE, re-.' I'eipts 2.000. Market slow. Beevesi $.")..'.'0'S9.00; cows and heifers |3.60@; 7.7."c HOap— Receipts 25,000. Mflrket was weak. [Light |6.5ilffi6.80; mixed $6.4^ 57 6.S0;'heavy $6.15® 6.70; pigs |5.75(g? 6.90. Kansas City Produce. Kansas; City, Feb. 26.—BUTTER-^Creamery SOc; firsts 27c; seconds 2oc; packing stock 18»4c. EGGS— Firsts 21c; seconds 16c. Kansas City Grain. Kansas City, Feb. 26.—Cash Wheat, market cents lotrer. New— 'Ho. 2 hard. |firstname.lastname@example.org; .Vo. 3.|1.42ii@l'.44; Xo. 2 red, %IM; No. 3. |email@example.com%. Oosfr— Mav $1,401,4 @1.40; July fll5% Sept. »L(>-%. COR.\-^Market 1 to 2c lower. No. 2 mixed, 67V4c(g68c; No. 3, 66@664c!; No. 2 white, 70i|t70V2c; No. 3, 70c. Close—May 68Vic; July TO'Ji® 71c: Sept.-71%@71i-ic. 0.-\TS~Market unchanged to lower. No.'2 white, 5o@55V^c; No. 2 mixed. 51V.-®32Vic. RYE—$1.25 per bushel. HAY— Market steady. Wheat received, 47 cars. of Humboldt are visiting at the Ben Shacklett home. Arthur Kerng had a valuable coon dog killed by the. street car yesterday. W. P, Schrader, of Clinton, Mo., is here visiting his son, S. H. Shrader and family. He will return to his home next Tuesday. , Mrs. Grace Sinclair yesterday morii ing went to Cherryra.'e where she re- i joined the troupe gUe had been with •last winter and took her old part in 'the play which wa.s' presented-there ; lu.st iiiglit. She returned home,today. No. ' No. ' No. ! No. 'No. I No. t :No. 'No. ;No. No. No. S.tNTA FE TIMK TABLE. (Effective Feb. 7. 1915) Soutii Sonad. 201 Passenger daily— -11:42 a. m 20.'! Pas.-icnger dally — 2:45 a. m 207 Passenger Dally— _ 8:-24 p. m 209 Passenger dally-^- 6:30 a. ra. 215 Freight da. ex. Sun. 12:35 p. m. 219 Freight daily— .-1-2:20 a. m Xorth Bound. 202 Passenger daily—. 1:40 p. m: 204 Passenger dally--- 3:20 a. m. 208 Passenger dally-— 0:30 a. m. 210 Passenger daily-— 7:16 p. m. 216 Freight da. ex. Sun. 12:15 p. m. Clili-atro Close. WHEAT—May $1.49%: July $1.22«4, CORN—May 71%@71i4c; July TS'^ @74c. : OATS—May 55%«i"5%c; .Tuly 53c PORK—Mav $17.25; July $17.60. LARD—May $10.27; July $10.47. Local Harkets. rroduce quotations furnished dally by Coghlll Commission Company. Pacbiag Butter—16c per pound. ^ Fresh Eggs—I7c per dozen. Poultrj-—Hens, 10c per lb.; young cocks, 6c; spring chickens 9c lb.; F. F. F. ducks, 9c; F. F. F. geese, 6c; Xo/ 1 turkeys, 10c; No. 2 turkeys, 7c; old toma, 8c; guineas. 20c each. Green Hide's—14c; No. 1 horse hides 14 .25 each. Try This for ^'enmlfria. —Thousands of people keep oiji suffering with neuralgia because they .do not know what to do for It. Nenrajgia is a pain In the nerves. What you wi^t to do Is to soothe the nerve itself. Aj>ply Sloan's Liniment to the surface over the painful part—do not rub It in. Sloan's Liniment penetrates very quickly: to the sore. Irritated nerve and allays the inflammaUoii. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 centos of any druggist and have U In ithe house—against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints. Liimbago, Sclatlqa ani] like ailments. Your money back If not Satisfied, but It does give almost Instant relief —Register* Want Ada bring rcBUlts.