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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

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WANTS-ALL KINDS * F0RS4LE—FOR SALE IF IN HEEli OF A FARM IX)A.N. or any kind of INSUR- . ance; c<ime: to me. I am pre- * 3^ parisd t4 TAKE CARE of you. 3) R. L. thompson, office over * - Evans" ;;r)rng Store. Tel. 142. w ». • • 1^ « a 3; 3- $ 3- * FOR SALE—HEDGE POSTS AND rSJlii 'dge wood. 100 laying hens. (ieo. J^. *'Shoal', l^Harpu. -BABIES SCARED FOR AT 202 N. Taylor. Mr^. Oldliaiu, I^Harpe, Kas. 'PAYING ^EMPLOYMENT FOR WO- tnen; full or part time. Se/1 gtiaran- 't«e4 ootton,'lisle, silk hosiery, to user. ]5?ip«rience unnecessary; large profits, ^ring business now on. International Mill 's, 3046 Cthestnut. Philadelplifa. 1"0R SALK-~\V 11 K .\ T P!ione 971-14. S T K A \V. FOR SALE—PIGS AND SHOATS. Call 987-23. Frank Bale. FOR SALE CHEAP—2 FULL DUCK sh^et holders for ledger leaves to i.'OvtT sheets 10Vi-x20V_' and 14.\lS in. The Register Book Bindery. FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—NICE BRIGHT TEXAS fJed Seed Oats. .Al.so Commercial White Seed Corn Phone 089-21 or 0S4-4. U'. b\ Weblier. FOR SALE—WHITE BLOSSO.M Sweet Clover Seed. .1. .N. Thompson, Route 'J,, .Moran, Kans. FOR SALE—BIGHT BUSHEL POP Corn at 3c per pound. Phone 423. Gas. FOR SALE—FI\TS ROOM HOUSE; built three yeara. Price right. 402 N First Si FOR SALE—T H O R O U G H BRED Barred Rock Cockerels, while they la.st' FOR SALE—FRESH YOUNG MILK $i.i>0 each. Al.so eggs J2.r>0 per hun- cow; also prairie hay. Keefe, North .'.W.ANTED—TO RENT FARM, SMALL or larfec. Must locatf^ soon. What have you got? -Address G. .7,. care Register. dred from flock. From penned fowls ?L00 ))er 1"). Kmrna Mueller, Humboldt. Kas.. Route 2.' FOR SALE—HORSi;; BUGGY AND Harness. Long, the Tailor. .WANTED—MIDDLE AGED WHITE | FOR SALE—FIGURE PAPER AND lady for general house wor*; «98 after e'oiclock. Phone ! sheep skin scraps.: The Register Book bindery. Kentucky road, Vi inile. FOR SALE—CHOICE RHODE island Red Eggs, 3c each; Baby chicks later, KJc eacli. .')U3 .V. Main, I^Harpe. Phone 133. FREE, VjALUABLE STOCK BOOKS with each purchase of LeGears Stock f^dd: Eakln's Hardware. ^6o.MEJtS WANTED—302 ,W. .lACK 3pn. Modern house. _ FOR SALE—ONE GOOD HORSE; 600 N. Main street. Gas, Kan. Call ' after 4 p. m. FOR SALE—40 FOOT LOT WT^TH 5 room house one block from square on terms. Phone 11.7. WANTED—FEW FOUR-YEAR OLD Marcs. BiUie Cain., Diamond Barber Shop. -\VANTE5)—POSITION BY YOUNG man as salesman or anything needing a ^first clas'g man. ,1 .J., care Register. FOR S.A.LE—PURE BARRED. PLY- mouth Rock Cocke'rels. S. W. Harris, Geneva, Kan FOR SALP:—RESTAURANT Located on north side of square; cstab- li.-ihod trade, dGin;j good business. Ci'eap for cash, tit! care Register. A YELLOW SINGER CANARY FOR Sale. Phone 1093. FOR RENT—FOR RENT .;..;. .;. .> .;. .> .> .;. .j .> .;. <. <. <..;. FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR HOUSE l.-oeping or Bieepiug: partly modern; ^ 212 W. MadiBon. . . •> v. L. U. LEAVELL, SL ». •> Specialties— Diseases of the Chest. Diseases of Children. X-RAY. rbohes—Oilife 147: Res. UT lola State Bank Bldg. ^'>'X'<">'>•:'<":'•><••:'•>•> FOR RENT—FOURTEEN At:RKS ofiground adjoining lola witli .S -rooni hoOse, Kood barn and good eliickfU hoiise. .Mrs. Stcinnian, /SV-; S. Wasli- ini ^ton •( •:• •:• •> •:• •:• •:• <• •> •:• •:• •;• •:• •> <• •:• •> •> •:• •i WEEKLY .tt.VUKET REVIEW. <• •:• (By J. A. Kickartj 'i V •> • • • •> •> •> •> •> <• <• <• %• ••• U.L OTHER HKMS VALUES SHOW fi^WARD l>rLI> VTIOX. FOR RENT, FOR SALE, LODGING, * Furnished Rooms, Boa'rdiiig, and other cards can be had at the Register office, neatly printed in large, plain type. Five cents each. J. R. PEI'l'EU Deutist Office t.er RileVs Hdw. Store East Side Sq. Pfcone ttS7 •> i FOR KE >T. Three roomed house East loiu, $2.."0 per month. Two acres lami, 3 roonu'd iiousc-, edge of town, l.'.CK) per tuontli. Five roomed house on paved street, $7.00 per month. Six roomed house, good location, i.'i.oO per month. «. IV. XDXyiS Over tlie Palace IStore. Pl-.one iOd. FOR SAI^—CANE SEED AND Hedge Posts. Phone 992-11. FOR RENT—NICE FIVE ROOM Cottage, o '.'tj E. .Ja'.-k.son. l.on.^'. the Tailor EGGS FROM PURE R. C. RHODE Island Reds. Settings l'> eggs; Pen 1. $1.00; pen 2. 50c. Special price by the hundred. Phone 310. LOST AND FOUND -LOST—1; STEEL BALL BEARI.VG Lawn Roller. Call 110. Frank Riddle. •> •:• •:• • •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• <• •:• • <• •> • • Caiaranteed Human Hair Braids for sale. Conibings made to order. Coloring done. ".02 .North Chestnut. Phone 1242. •:• • •:• * •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •> •> <• • • FOR SALE—FOUR GOOD FAR.M Mares, in foal, and one good driving mare. Phone llti-'v Foster Florence, lola, Kan. j;(iy«JRENT— FOR RENT—13 ROOM HOUSE ONE block square. Cheap rent. Easy terms. Phone 72S. FOR RENT—FURNISHKI) ROOMS; t;04 .V. .Jeffersfjn. FOR RENT—TWO ROO.\I.S , FOR light housekeeping. Phone 2 ';3.' FOR EXCHANGE K{)R TRADE—HALF.(NTEFiKST IN good business for lola propiTly. -VU- dress Business, care Itc^i.-iter. ONE GOOD HEAVY WORK flofC-K to exchanm- I'ui- sadilli- liorsc I) ('. Kliis. •:• •:• •:• •:• •> •:• •:• •:• •> •> •:• •> •> <• •> •> •> IJtA U. IKAMZ 1 OPTICAL (CO. i lola - - Kansaf i •:• $.VOO ()!J PRIVATE MONEY to loan on Farm Security. Rea•:• sonable Rate. Optional. Pay• ments. Prompt Service. •:• lOL.v L.VNU ro. •:• •;• •:• • •> •:• • •:• • •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •> List Your Property with U. VV. A DA. us Real Estale, Loan.s, Life and Fire Insurance. Over Palace. Phone 2;)0. r\l!>I LOANS, low rai. semi-annual Intere.s!. to pay in full. I\Sl"K.l.\<'E wriiten in th. companies. K. yi. < r .\\L\«;HA.>i ()ltic(- Slate Savings Bank. annual or Privilege best XE.HBKK .i OK LE AfiTE AT ( rrV TO HEET HEKE. nClfu run lUUni , probably gi\e next Friday at the Wert j ! opera hou;-Jc. I —I)r F R. Hook. Physician and Surgeon. Phone Oi:. Office south rooms j over .National Bank. I -Mr. and .Mrs. .loe -Mape. of Cliicago, i are hero visiting relatives. , .Mercer Gates, of .Mildred is spending a few days witli his parents. GASl THE BAY'S DOINGS nGilS CITY THE KlirilEV ilO.ME ROBBEII OE «iKOrERiES VESTERDAV. .Hiss AdaitH Cla>t!» to GJye PUj—>>ws y»tf% 11 ltd Personal Men. LAHARPE, March 6.—.Monday even. ing. at.tbe; M. E. church the Epworih League will hold a joint social with, the fatrntibra of the Epworth League of Gas City. . The guests will give a . program, tyhil^ the local league will .provide tlie social diversions. —1£ yoij want some good Wall Paper P^EAIP see Cooksev, the druggist. . Mrs. Mary Kirkpatrick, of Blue MounB, spent last evening with her brother, Mr. 3. A. Brown and family and Ijeft fliis morning for Pratt, Kas. —Wejipw have our Complete Line of Wall Pi^r on display; beautiful patterns. /Prices from 7c double roll on up.—F? A. Cooksey, Druggist. Frank Stev«ison and liis mother ha»'e moved into the property on South Washin^on, vacated by S. P. Malconi. Lsee oijr new line of Mantle Clocks. Every op*^ guaranteed. Waters & Dan- fortb. Drugs and. Jewelrv. Frlenps^Church: Sabbath School at 10 a. EJ, -preaching at 11 a .m. and 7 p. m. Prayer tri^ting Thursday at 7:30 p. Women's Missionarj' Society m<*is every other Thursday in private bgmes of the members at 2:30. south of the City Jf. E.i Church: The order of the the Electric railway to First Street, services at the M ; E. churchwill be as will vote in the Fourth ward; those -follows: 10:15 a. m., morning wor- residing south of the City Limits and ship and ^ible study; 6:30 p. m., Ep- east of First Street will vote in the worth League; 7:30 p. m., evening ser SiMh ward: those residing north of .Wednesday night, mid-week the City Limits, east of .\orth Street — Dr. Dunham, Physician and Sur-1 geon. Over .National Bank. Phono 20 I IMphtherlii Pulifut Reported I'liiiii* proved Today —News Notes and IVrswicil .Henfiou. GAS CITY. .MAR. H.—Al the city el''ction .4,pril a mayor, city trea.s- roeni HUPPEWNGSUPIIT OLD COLONY V. r. AR( IIEK ticki-t. whicii is fittin .ic and proper, siiiii: t'.i.f W 'uunn lia.' li .i' rinill lo vote tl:i- SHrin: a-: ti;t; nun; iiir nmyor. .Mrs. j(i I'. .\l.v .-is: for coiiMciinien, .\lr.s. It. I.S Uii. >U.>M..hl. 01 I li^jt,,.;-!, .Mr-. It. I). l;un;l>. and Mrs. \\V K. faylon: tor :njlii.-.' jud .^e. .Mrs. IT. K. Sprauui'. They would luakf an I •.•\;r!lif!,t set. (,t' orftcials and hi-Tf i> t iiii k I d them. -21 -ye:irj -ai ;i) it-.-iu in th.- Eri.' R.-cord: Colony. Ka.''.. February 6, •i. Ann Eliza (White) Still- ( ITI/.ENS hOk MA\01L R<'V. y .iU TlKHiia* }ia< Behiriied .Missouri—News Notes suid - I'ersoual .Mention. In the Fruit Kecion of Missouri. —12 'i acres in Texas county. Mo., 12.r,0 per acre, or exchange for small, clear in eas miles southeast of .Mountain Grove, miles southeast of Cabool, 4 miles .south of Dunn, all railroad towns; has a frame house 14x2S, not finished in- |ide; has a fog stable, com crib and ^ wagon shed, all under one roof; 60 j joint social with the league there. • for Iowa to acres has been fenced with rails and, The social will be held in the M. E., book agent. will at Mr! l-ii.'d. '•veil- The deceased was born in Chat- liaui f'ounty. .North Caridina. Octoiier 1. 1.S21. auil tiiereforc •n-as-72 year?. • montlis and tJ days old at h <T i .'cath She eniigrated with iier parents to . COLONY. Mar. •;—!!• all Cue sw.rk done shovelling snow in Kansa.-; Fri- r home for a widow in good.town [ „ councilmen. and four mem '^^,^T%^T^^^^'^''^,2 " wfr^rVav . ,„.-. . , astern Kansa.s. This farm is 7 i , . . . . . ,,,v.r ,l ^ ^ ''"-P. , "-t^ruaj County, Illinois, in I .."IJ and on 'bers of the school board, and board . across the entire .-tate and then «e I i4, 1S37. was united in mar- could ha\ e built a jitn-r? fKe.-t for home j ,.1^;,,, J o. •stiHweil. who yet sur- defensfc. ' . j vives her at the advanced a^e of Leon Matters, who Ua>s bi-en v isitini^ i year.-. In l.!sSl she canie with h.-r hu.s- treasurer will be elected." Monday evening the member^ of .the Gas City Epworth League will go to LaHarpe where they will hold a ; his parents at Northcott. left Friday | band to Kansa.-;. They located in An- resunie operations some wire; 2', acres has been under culti'.ation; spring water; telephone line; 1 mile from mail route; 1 mile to school. miles to two churches; small orchard, fine apples; ^ mile to saw roiil. $i500 mortgage, run till .May, I 1917 Good neigliborhood; in- free' raiiee country. Thos. D. .Hubbard, Kimball, Kan. ' church.' The Gas City League will | .A, G. C. Matters lift tor liartlesville, prepare the program tor the evening. • okla.. Friday, on bu-iness. Miss Eflle Boyd is ill and unable to -^j^. .^^ j ^^^^ .p vVatvon w.>nt to attend school. . Kansiis Citv I'-'ridav on tJu^^iuess. Mrs. T. E. Osborne of Emporia. . . Mrs. .Ii-sse Hibus reiurnea to Notice to Voters Outside t'itj. Persons residing outside the City who expect to vote at the Primary, will be governed by the following: vote in the 3rd ward; those residing Limits and east of dersan . County, where she coiitini:! to reside to the time of her di-atli. >'.'.> was aiip:irently in the enjoyment 0! perfect health uj) to the very moment of her decease, when she fell dead at her liome while engaged in some or- I 'dinary hou.sehold duties. The cause of ,, „ ., , " i her death was heart failure, she was Harp.- {-nday atte;- a visu at • the; f„,. ...ome time previous- to her Prank Oickerton iion... death, had been a member of the , rhe rural route earriers were not !,;,,,.i^jl_,j„ ,-hun:!i. Mrs. StilUv.dl Was a visit ^"e to get oxer their routes i- rulay .m . tj,,. n,j,t!i.-r of thirteen children, six of has , re-! ^'^^'"""^ '"^ ilerp snow. serv Tvice Second Monday night i will vote in the First ward: those residing north of the City Limits and west of North Street will vote in the Second ward. O. W. HOLMES, City Clerk. mpn. • prayer each mlpnth, official board meeting.— H. E. Cfrane, pastor. .—We'now have ourcomplete line of Wall Paper on display, beautiful patterns. .Pirices from 7c double roll on up;. F. A. -Cooksey, Druggist. | PtesByierian church: Morping worship and Bible study at 10:ir, to l2; Christian;Endeavor 6:30 to 7:30; even In^ worship 7:30 to 8;3^>. Prayer hour. Wednesdiy evening iit 7:30. Subjects at Christian church: 7:30 Saturday-illight, "Our Vows;" Sunday morning,'"God's- Gift;" at evening, "The Fountain for Sin." ^Endeavor so- cicety at B:30. Sunday School at 10.— J. P. Childs, pastor. Baptist'Church: Bible study, 10 a. m. Mldrweek prayer service, Wed- nesiday 7;30 p, lu.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. All! are Jpvlted.^G. W. .Miller, Sunday School superintendent. p. T. Xitsh, who has been In Arcadia,! .No Ise »» Tnr and Wear Out Your Told It Will Wear Vnn Out Instead. —Thousands keep on suffering Coughs and Colds through neglect and delay. Why make yourself an easy prey to serious ailments and epidemics as the result of a neglected Cold? Coughs nnd Colds sap your strength and vitality unless chccke<l in the early stages. : Dr. King's New Discovery is whnt you need—the first dohelps. Your head clears up, you .breathe freely and you feel so much lietter. Buy a bottle today and start taking at once. —Attorney John 'W. ; Brown has opened offices in .the Stevenson builds Texas «» business has returned here, i im; where he will be pleased to receive The pupils of Miss Adams' rooms those deslrins professional senrices. Little .lack Horner sat in a corner While his wife siiovi^lled the snow. spent a few hours yesterday with her brother. C. E. West and family and left last night for Bronsoii where she will visit relatives. Mrs, H. W. Chancy, after with her brother at Weir turned home. The little three year old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Long was re-, . , , , - " - . . , nnrferl much worsB vesterdav even-I "'•'P'-''^ I'"' °^'-''>''">*-'-'^ rr:.^r",f r«.tv^j;L ';'7nii |rT,,Tru^^^ T.,.. ..., „, Miss Rose Corns is spending the^.r^/. '•":-='"l"rly .all.;.! .aMcus in L M. week with r,.lativea in Bronson. i "'t--^ ,^ rea estate oft,re I- riday after- Lloyd Long, who has been visiting '''«f'''l'""nf^^''fV';'"'''''' relatives here returned this morning; f'' ti"' "-'ty ol Colony on to his home in Blue Mound. .the Peoples Ticket: I -or niayor. V . C. .Miss Annabel Price is retorted as'^^f'-^; ''^f.^^'^"''".''"; O .V ^'l^'^'"'^' quite ill Page, \\ . .1 .Hatli >;ld. Cnas. Ewen Mrs. Collins, of Redfield, is visiting her daughter Mrs. Emma Gilfillan. A number of ladies from here attended the W. R, C. meeting at lola yesterday. Some one euter<-d thi- ho.me of J. W. Ritchey Wednesday night and ransacked the kitchen and pantry, taking „ ,0 a. m. IWliing n a. m. a,^ <^r^^''^ 'iTT^lZ^ ening service^ at . .M>. . Rev. N. \V," ^.^^^ ^fter a we-k's vi.slt with his Gi lien lastor. fumiiy on the'farm C. R.^Larmain is ill. ; ^^^.^^^ ' . I for a month's .it;iy. .loe Kucera Heiit tn I'.utb-r. Alo . the I wljoni are yet living, our f»dlow towns i man. I.eander StOlwell txjing one cf ; Lilt- number. 'and H. E. Shumard; for Police .ludge, C W. .lohnson. This ticket will find many .supporters in the city. It i.s now up to the ladies lo nominate a ticket, since tlie men o \i -rloi)kei them in tiieir caucuses. .N" T. Paul woiiid nir; tor tM :iyor !-ut alter a consultation witii ti.e co:!nty attorney h.- f:;ids lu- cannot without All! the linlsomtiiiir Whlfi'of the Pine ' las-t (.'f tlie W (>c:k and a.-cunuanied hU" Eoreitt! , i.cisler-in-Iaw, .lili.-; Ruby .(t. hiso.i, to —^How it clears the throat nnii hi-ad Colon}', and .sije will n'.il: • in-i home of its mucous ailments. It is this spir- with them. it of .N'ewness and Vigor from the Weeks lik.. 1 hi'past few ar,. tli-kind healtu-piving Piney Forests brought tliat make country .-^-hooi te;!<-l ing a back by Dr, Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey, joy forever. Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle^ Here is liie third :ini! i>rot>;'.b!y the today. .Vli Druggists, 25e. j la.nt ticket to be noniin-ited in the City lilcrtric^itters^a Spring T OB I C. iof Colony t'ais yaar, an all-womaa's Ileallh Promotes Happiness. — Without health, genuine joy Is iin- possibl*-; without good digestion and regular bowel movement you cannot have health. Wliy neglect keeping bowels open i\nd risk being sick and ailing'' You don't have to. Take one siuall Dr. King's New Life Pill at uli:ht, lu the imirnfng yoju wi!' iiave a full, free bowel movement and feel i!;u<-ii better Helps your iiiqietite and di;;estion. Try one to-nlgbt. K;ui,-as City Sfo>-k Yards, .Mar. Caltli- sold better eaeii day since Monday, and close the week 'M to 4i.i •-r-nts lii|.;lier than .Monday, and around aj quarti-r abu\e closi- of last week. He-! ii -ipls !'av.,' iK 'en moderate., and tin-! wiiol" situation ha.s gathered strength. Foot and moutli fears are vanishing rapiJi\. buyi-rs being here this wi-ek freni I'eiural Illinois, the home lif the epiu.-mu-. Parkers expect to grow in stri'uy.t!!, and keep their coolers fillfki to capacity constantly, in this way getting ir.aximuin benefit of the advancing iii -.trk'n. Heavy native steer.-; sold at ?.s..".ii this week, and prime neifers at ts.L'.'i to $.">.-4n. bulk of tiie steer,s .^7.2." t.) $s!.2."i. including some led westerns at ^.1.2'.'. Quarantine receipt.-' iiav.' lufu light, five cars sellini»at the •»v.jek'.- top today, 1141 lbs. av- er:tgi.', ii'i^hest price in that division this year; quarantine bulls brought $*>..•>" also a new high price. Stocker and :'eecer prices range from to %'i.';K lart;e!y, some panhandle feeders this week at ^',.<tA> and $7.70, clioici sto:k cilvt.-3 worth ?S, stock cows ant ii'iier.s $."...•'1) to $tt .7.-.. The west anc soatawi'^t havt- sohi few fed cattle, and )l now iipp.-ars like tliese feeders would leei-ive good pi ices for their LJIt).-. Ho,::s eiiange from day to day within a s.rua'il rangi; of prices, tops ti:is week raii .Lfing from $.t ;.6.'> to $0 .SO, clos- in..; today at bulk $6.0.', to $0.70, ni;irki-t ealli -d In lugher, supply iJi'Oii li.'.'.il. H-c-ipts s.'i-ni to bi- decreasin;; a:i;! an Lid .van. .• in prices is about dui- Pi'rkfr.-: will rrlax t!uir opposition I m .tn ail'.-caioinu niarkiH as soon as re- .'••iiits li-'-rt-asi' a little, stronger piic- ,.>s at til!.' sto.-k yards helping them sell ihi'ir l:irg<- stocks of pork prod•K 't. :^laii-lii.-r since il-.e first ot .N'o- v.-iii!» r has h.'.-n IT \,.-v c.-iit gruiiter th .i!! ;i yi;r ;ti;o. . Sa. "iJ an,! laml/s ilose the wfck hoidin^- ail tluir strength, some lambs wrisr^ting only i;.', [iouuds sellin:r at *:i ..'.i> toifiiy. K'.vrs of first qdaiity •.vo '.ilii ht-Mi;; ;-7.."'i. f;iir lo ;4 ()Ou .vv", -••I.ill-' tod.1\ it Vf:u-|iiiL;- ..r iii .;a >• ida>. and v.eiijrr-- i;;l qiiit.. I'i.oic 1- oli^ ill .{7tlii- .V' rk. Ki>i',.i,-ts ,ir> oiili :'."eii iod ;i.\. Ll;-i iiiodcrati- siieiriics ;iri- e.\;pectii'i! ai-xt week. ivestoclj Is Steady (o llig^her and the Market Supply Is I'nnsualiy j L!«,'hf. Iv cent, packers y the .-Vs.-^ocl-ated Press) Kknsas 't'ltr Lire.stock.-' ; Kansas City, .Mar. 6.— CATTL.E, receipts 3!)()>: Market steady. Pri»e-fe .d steers 18(23(5 8.75; dressed beef steers J7 .t".!§S 2.^; cows and heifers |4.25@ " .S..-.0; stoCkers and feeders $6.00@7.S0; bulls f-j".0g'6.7.j; caives J6.o0g;l0.7o.' HO';s|-Hecoipts -500. Market 5 jto higher. Heavy $6.70(g)6.75; and butchers |6.7O@6.80; light $6.70@6.S0. tbicaao Lirestoek. Chicago, Mar. 6.—CATTLE, receipts tOO. Majrkei steady. Beeves $5.75® '.or.; coifRs and heifers $3.50@7.75. HOGS-j-Receipts 10.000. Market was st-ong. Light je.iwee .So; mixed.|6.65 ';i;.'.!r"; '4eavy $6.3oS6.90; pigs ?5.7'5 T;De Kansa>^ City Produce. j Kan^aj;- City. Mar. rj—The Produce market unchanged today. , Kansas City Grain, Kansa^ City. Mar. 6.—Cash Wheat— ' to 3 cents higher. New—No. 1.39'rtl.40; No. 3, $1.38(g'1.40; \. 11.30: .Vo 3. S1.3S. Close— ; .luly $1.0S'.4; Sept. -Market % 2 Irard. Nri .2 re Mav SI.el ''OH.N iiiiriier No. 2 wi Tic. -;cpt. LADIES: .Market unchanged to *lc' No. 2 mixed. Tt^c; .No. 3, §S>c;. ...,:ute. Tl'-jt'Tl'c: No. 3, 701.6® C^'ipse—.May 7'>i-;c; July ~2y^c.\ i-c. OATs -i--Market .unchanged to %c iiiglier. No. 2 white. o^SVic; No. 2 -mbc- ed. .'i:i:;j^;.i;.U-. RYl ^t 'nchanged. H.-VV—Market '!nc?:anged. Whijat i!e<;eived, 20 cars. 1 (Tiieaeo f losf. WjlKJvT—.\l.iv $1.41 H: .lulv IL15. CUR-NV-.luly 7 .""ii ^'ri 7.-,Hc. . (>ATS--May 'fii-; .luly .'.774. . LARU SKCUET TO I UARKEN GRAY UAlT,' FOIiK--May $17.02: luly $17.97. I— May $10..-,0; .July $10.75. i*rodu • V ' og Uring Buck Color, Gloss and I'hick- ness nitli tirandum's Recipe of Satre and Sulphur. Cotni:ion garden sage brew-ed.into a heavy tea. with sulphur and alcohoi idded, will turn gray, streaked and ftided liair beautifully dark and luxur- ;ant; remove every bit of dandruff, • top s,-alp itching and failing hair. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur re-: •ii'e at home, though, is troublesome. • >.n 1 asier w-ay is to get the ready-to-: !Fr tonic, costing about .^u cents a. arge bottle, at drug stores, known as Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com-, ,)Ouhd." thus avoiding a lot of muss.: While wispy, gray, faded hair is not inful, wo all desire to retain our .outhhil appearance and attractive- less. By darkening your hair with vVyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can ".eU. because it does it so naturally, so -ivenly. You Jusi dampen a sponge or • soft' brush with it and draw this, 'hrough your hair, taking one small Urand at a time; by morning all gray•lairs have disappeared. After another, ippllcatlon or two your hair becoiues, uriant and you appear years younger.'. beautifully dark, glossy, soft and lu.v- Speclal .'\gent. S. R. Burr^ll, Loral .>l8r )iet'«. I lice quotations furntsbei-j dan* _.-,;i)l Cemmisslnn forapany. . Packing Butter—Ific per pound. Fresh Eggs-15i^ per dozen. Poult I.v.— Hens, 11c per lb.; young. T ^ks. 6.'; sprlns chicVora nc !b>; F. F. duck«'j 9c: F. F F c-^^-e. 6c; No, 1 • iirkeys ,10c; No 2 turkeys, •Tc;;<jld tonis. S •: giiinaas. 20c each. • ' ^' Green Hide'—I2c; No 1 horse hides SS.S'.i edch. No. No No No. No- No. >'o -Vo. No. No. •No. 2i,U 203 207 209 215 219 202 20i 20s 2 IP 2TS NTA FE TI.1IE TABILE. effective Feb. 7. 19X5> South Dound. Passenger daily— _11:42 Passenger daily 2:45 Passenger Dailyv-. R!24 Passenger dally... Fretir*;t da. ex. Sun. 12:35 Freight daily 2:20; North Round. Passen?er daily... 1:40 Passen.rer d^ily... 3:20 Passenger dally.— 6:30 Passenger dally... 7:'i6 Freight da. es. Sun, 12:15 a. m. ti a. m. p. tn. .p. m. a, m. a. nj. p. in. p. m. •> • •> <r •> •> • •> •> •.Many.a man. lias neven married because he has remained triie lo his first lovi-, meaning himself. 1 There la more Catarrh' In this section of the country than all oihi-r diseases put together, and until th*> last few yeara • as fiupposed to b*' Incurable^ For a rreat many yeara dooiors pronounced It a leaf <llseaae and preai-ribed local remedial, and by constantly falling to cure with lofdl treattn-^nt, prtmounced it Incur- abli!. Science has proven Catarrh to be & :^onstltut!onal disease, and therefor.- T>— iiuiri-s constitutional treatment. Hall's Cstarrh Cure, nianufa-itured by F. J. rhent?y & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, ia the only ConsUtuIional lUre on the market. It U taken Internally, ft acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and teatimonialsAddreis: F. J. CHENET a CO.. Toledo. O £«I4 by Drusgiats. 7Sc. Taktt Hatl'a Pkmlly Fill* for cooatloaclon. fl Have the liei^istir mailed to you.' On rural routes In Alien County *2.i0 per ye-.ir: ^1.25 for <> niuiiths: 15 weeks for T.»e. By mail to any part of the U. S. iic ii ojontlt. Subscribe now! •* 1 •> • • • • •> • <• <' •:• '> •> • •:• • •> •> -> «• 1 MO >|E Y ! MONEY! MOJIti! Wlfo wants money? Plenty Of money to loan on good farm.Be-^ curiti;-. Prompt .service, ., » Fatins and City Property toi: sale lor trade. Choice bargains. .\ljio some very desirable sub-' iirbab trades to offer. .' ; i WJi solicit a share of. your i business. ' . im POTTER RE VLTI CO. With E. W. Mylef ;. Old Court House— -PboM SH Northrup National Banfe lOLA, KANSAS. OVIit FORTY YEARS OF CO.VSERVAT Depository for the Inited States, the State ( OFFICERS. VE BANKING 15 Va0i i Kansuii, and .Ulen Coiafy .1 >»1LLER, President, 1.. L. NORTHRUP. Vice-Prest. CAPITAL $50,000.00 MELVI.VFRONK, Ca.shler. -r J. L. .fQNES, Assistant Cashier, . SURPLUS |30;Q^.C IXYEREST PAID (^.^n^^ IllSjn^^^

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