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THE IOLA REGISTER, FLIIDAY JANUARY 25 1901
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Mcdrllli Arlcr (reporter
J un. 21 -Heiiu .Matlmxs" spcutj
Wednesday ovcnhij; witli her cou-.li),
N. T. Curley and family spent Sun
day at Mr. Kmbryb'.
M. II. Lingo and family spent Sun
day at Mrs. Aters.
A sale at llulph Sprugups Wed
nesday. Mr. Gray, of Colons, spent Wed
nesday with A. C. Talloy.
Mr. I'rlntha rirytin spent Tuesday
with Mrs. Ator.
Mrs. Shannon has been visiting
her daughter. Mrs. II. K. Wynn.
Merlbeth Ater and Lulu Cramer at
tended tho exhibit and visited friends
in Iola last week.
Kmina Slglor spent Wednesday
ovonini! at lior brothor Will Slglor's
Miss Minnie and Lora Dawson and
Miss Goldlo Ilotl'inau uttended the
exhibit and contest in Iola last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Shockoy and Howard
spent Wednesday at Mrs.- Aters.
Mr. Curley has built a hen house.
Mr. Whitmore and family are ex
pecting to move to Nobraska soon.
i;. A. Swartm.ui, Reporter
Will tho Golden Valley reporter
kindly tell us who was married nt tho
homo of Mr and Mrs Monbeok Jan W
Wo oneo know tho family so would llko
Wo would like to oall to account tho
drummer wild declares ho used to bunt
deer In tho streetH of Iola in '"(I in
company with Jack Grlllltli. If he
hunted deer In tho streets of Iola tt
that dato tlioy were tho two footed
kind and we spell It dear, as many an
oldN timer can testify. 1 have a vor
kindly reinemboranco of Grlllltli and
his paukof llioroutfh bred hounds al
so his. thorough brod stallion, Archie.
llu vo ridden with them mysolf and
Grlllltli was as kindly and bit; hearted
an Knglishmaii as over rodo to hounds
or squandered his fathor'n money. Hu
had a cattle ranch where tho Smith
and McDonald ranches were and otten
took bis hounds out. Hut In '"II I will
venture there wore not a half a do)ii
door In Allon county.
SVoll anything llko news Is lament
ably scarco In this neck of tho woods.
Oil yes, why don't some of tho modern
Nlmrods that liavo nothing hotter to
.shoot than themselves cotno down and
.try a shot at tho largo Hock of wild
geoso that wlntor hero.
Collie Miller has at last got out
H'l"1 'l -
flT u Cte 2a
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
One of the best equipped u .der
taking establishments in tho
Every Call Answered
Promptly by a Licen
sed Kmbahner, Night
Night Phono No. 221.
Day Phono No. 22,
with his show phonograph and some
kind of lantern, don't know justAvhat
but he gave his llrst exhibit at Tony
Point last week. It is said to bo very
good if It would only work but tho
farmers had better look out It may
eseapo him and there Is no tolling
how much damago It might do.
Mr Tipplo has treated his family to
a new ettuopy top spring wagon.
Wo learn Albert Latimer has rented
the farm of a woman over on Hlg
creek, sho furnishing team, tools, seed
and board so his sharo will bo clear
The farmers tire all plowing as
though It ras spring Instead of mid
winter. When did wo cvor have so
mild a January as tho prosontV
We are ery sot-r.v to bo obliged to
confess that'tte wore tho unconscious
etiuso ot a crowd gathering to treat
Mr Thurman to tho tlmo honored wed
ding: serenade by riding homo from
town with him whon wo came from
Iola. Onlj think of us being mistaken
for the bride. Oh'yo gods!
Miti-lt Heed and family vlsltod west
of the river Sunday,
0. I. Aiinom) Reporter.
Mr. Steolo's family, N. H. Crumbs
family and Mrs 'Llkoman, togothor
with tho Union school gathered at tho
homo ot C Schestur on last Friday
evening to celebrate tho birthday of
tholr daughter, Lena. Tho party was
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season Infelicity was swallowed up by
pleasure, as all presont will bear
witness. Pop corn, uandy'aud other
things inviting to tho most delicate
appetite wcro indulged in to the good
of tin inner inah.
Will Purdom, of Hrouson, who lias
been down in tho Territory viewing
ho land that will bo opened for set
tlement soon, mopped a week ago
Sunday at Mrs II M Purdom's whilo
on his way homo.
Ira IJutiercamo down from Kansas
City recontly to visit friends and to
seo how Iola comparos slnco It took a
boom with tho Mlsjourl metropolis.
I Wolglos women folks, of Knter
prlse, were at P V. Young's Sunday
15y a combination of business and
pleasure forces, J P Maxwell was In
duced to make a trip to Hutler count
Mrs. Llkcman Is recolvlng a visit
from hor brother.
Ilov Klrkpatrick Is holding a pro
tracted meeting at Hock creek.
Asthogrlppoptit'us to bed early In tho
week wo haven't a very good oppor
tunity for collecting nows. ;
W. 8. Lytlu, rcportor.
Jan. 2:t. -Willis Pettlt and wlfo of
Independence was visiting his brother
Judge Knox shipped a couplo of car
loads of cattlo Tuosday. Karl Rhonda
awentlong to holp with tho cattlo and
to tako In tho sights of tho city.
Somo of tho good peoplo of Prairie
Talsc Siicncor'H Tar unit Wild
Cherry toi TI1.1t Coimh.
by using . .
C. B. SPENCER & CO.
Spencer's I.ntitlve C'oM
WlllOuio mat .oiU.
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Hall and Salem gathered in and sur
prised Mr Masonjnnd wlfo Tuesday.
Wo bollevo Mr Kdltor If you could bo
at 0110 of those surprises and see and
partake of the good things of life that
the ladles bring that you would go
uwti saying, as wo do, that It was
good to have boon there.
C S Ives was down from ISalduin
Friday making another olTort to got
a few more pieces of land leased so
Mr. Moblo can commence drilling. It
will bo a proud day for old Salem
when sho gets gas.
Tho Porter boys have sold a car
load of corn to Mr Wilson of Lallarpo
at .'II cents. They aro shelling today.
Dan Baker has rented tho farm that
Mr Minach has been living on. Mr
Minaeh wlllmovo down Into Woodson
county on to a farm that ho latoly
Frank Myers and Amy Seymour
wero calling on their uncle and aunt,
A. Wood and wlfo.
Halph Fronk and wlfo wero visiting
at Oscar KiolVer's Sunday.
Olllo Fronk and Miss Hassctt wero
out from Iola and took In tho danco
Saturday night at Hud Wcdekend's.
Goorgo Alvard and wlfo of Leanna
weue visiting at S K nruebakcr's Sun
day. II V Glllls and wlfo wero the guests
of W S Lytlo and family Sunday.
Georgo Wood met with qulto an ac
cident whilo sholling corn Saturday.
IIo had a load of corn on the wagon
and went to pull it out of tho way whon
tho slnglotreo caught In the wheel, nnd
caused tho tonguo to lly up and cut
qulto a gash in bis head.
KU Lockliart says thero Is no banks
llko tho banks of Gas City.
I). T. Sm'.th Iloportor
Jan 2J Loyd Koontz. returned from
Kansas City witboutllndlng a job.
Ora Smith's schoolmates took him
by surprise Friday evening. They
came, about twenty of them, to remind
him it was Ills thirteenth birthday.
Loyd Koont will work for II
Faklor this spi'liitf.
A candy pulling at S F, GanttsTuos
George Hurris has been down In
Wilson county to look for a situ
T M Vollard, Reporter
Jan 2.1 F.ly Slrok Is reported to
have sold his farm to a man noar
Wm Vannlco and wlfo visited at C
Mrs Phillips and Mrs Montgomery
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visited at Kly Strok's Tuesday.
Jno McKcnzle Is helping .las Hax
ley dig his well deeper. Wo hopo ho
may llnd a strong How of water.
Miss llula Heed visited home folks
Will Stephens visited at C Garri
Yo scribe and family aro having a
tttsslo with tho grip this week.
C W Gi-llUn is having some lino
brooms made thoso days.
Mr- rinni V.. Johnson, Reporter
Jan. 22 Tho roads aro getting dry
Wo are glad to roport littlo Kddlo
Win Hlldobrant hauled tiling from
Iola .Saturday for tho Davis farm.
Hruco Sordan had tho misfortune to
lose a calf Monday.
John Harris called at J Drake's
noar Iola Sunday.
I-M Clover of Salem called In this
Anna Johnson visited Mrs. Johnson
Mrs Frioshomoyor is very sick.
Goorgo :ialeom called In this neigh
borhood on business luesday. IIo
says Amos Wright has traded bis
molasses and saw mill for a farm.
John Harnhart trimmed hedge last
week on his. father's farm.
Sylvia Townsend is qulto sick.
Mrs J H Pees Is visiting friends In
lola this week.
Curtis and Ilob Cornoll liolpod tholr
brother Georgo niovo to Hourbon
Arthur CimnliiKlium, Huportor.
Jan. 22 And while you aro building
that street car lino, it ought to bo run
down to Humboldt so Iola people
could have a good town to lho In.
Mrs Hullsina Allen, tho mother of
A D and J A Allon, died at tho homo
of hor sou in Wichita Saturday. Tho
body was brought to Humboldt for
burial. Tho sorvlcos wore hold Mon
day afternoon at thoi Methodist church
and wero attended by a large number
of friends of tho family.
LaGrlppe Is getting to bo qulto pop
ulur In Humboldt. No very serious
casos havo occurred as yot.
Tho now Odd Fellow's hall Is ready
for tho roof. When finished It will
add much to tho appearanco of tho
west sldo of tho square.
Word was rocolvod In Humboldt
Tuesday that tho bank at Hrlstow, a
small town about lfi mllos from Stroud
Oklahoma, had been hold up by rob-
. .A.-k y tri . ,. r r. -, , - . . f t .; ,. ,.!,. -
hers and tho president, John Hoxlo,
killed. Tho assistant cashier, and J
1$ Charles, one of the owners wcro
wounded. Tho robbers secured $10,
000. No word has been received in
Humboldt to confirm tho nows.
Another- Wolf Hunt.
There will bo another wolf hunt 011
next Monday, Jan. 28th. All who de
sir? are invited to como anil bring
good hounds. Tho party will meet at
tho cross roads south of tho Hock
Creek school nouse at 10 a. m.
Ituy You ti Home Cheap.
Seo the Jots in tho Travis addition
to Gas City. Dosirablo location,
prlcoa reasonable, no smolter stnoko,
addition all piped with gas and furn
ished at same (,-ato as gas In Iola,
Tonus S30.00 $J0.00 $."0.00 $00.00 with
payments of ten dollars down. Bal
ance to bo paid in terms to suit pur
chaser. For particulars write to Miss Sada
Travis Lallarpo, Kunsas.
Cheap .Money to Loan.
One of Allen county's woll-to-do
fanners renewed tho mortgago on his
farm tho other day without ovon figur
ing uith Henderson &Powoll. That
man was deceived as to tho terms,
and besides ho paid a higher rate of
Intorest than they would charge. If
you want to borrow money on farm
or city property, bo suro to sec thpm.
For Halo or Trade.
(leu I! Il.irth, lulu, lnis n oomlni? tuo-yejr-oll
reilheltcr for wile.
first class Incuhutor unit hioodei- fur talc o
Uailc. Mls-i Siitla Tnils.
First l'nblWicil .tun. ffii, itMl.
Sr.inior Ka.ssis, i
Am.ii.n C011.NT.V I
In tho District C'uurt fur Said Coutuy
C'bli'DKO Lumber & Coal Company. 1
T. M. ll.11 taw. L. Hon crs mid F. A '
K.1I1I dofi-nilant F. A l'.trr, will lake notluc
tlmtlio U.1K been sued In the a.'ioio named
Court toaelher with, T. M. Hatlos nnd L
lhiweis, upon a claim of tho CIiKiiko Lumbar
& dial Company fur material soil the dofeinl
antH. L. llowcrsand I' A. 1'nrr, to bo used
mill wliluh w.is used In tho coihtructlonof n
certain two stoiy tirlcK hulldinn. situated 011
lot I. block IW. of Iola. Allen cojnty, L'ansas,
on lied by the defendant. T M. thirties, Thai
tho dofendants, lluwcrs unit l'air, entered Into
a contract with said ll.inloi for tic con
Hi ruction of suld btilldliiK, that :hoy purchased
Mild intitcilnlii&od In thu consjrucllon of llio
sime from tho plalnlllt to the laluo of J87 91
n blah suld Rumneer hits bcei paid, to plain
tiff. That lho plalntlf has lllnl a statement of
account and nnidall In tho ollco of tho merit
of tho Dlstilot Court for. Allci county. Kansas,
foriiincohanlo'sjlen on the piemlses desorlhod
therein, and seeliH by this nation to forcloso
suld mcelmnleo Ilea, and tnusl answer tho
petition Hied therein by said plaintiff on or be
fore llieSlhauy of March A. 1J. lmil. or said
petition will be tald-iiastiue. and Judgment for
plalntll! In said action fortliosum of J987 III and
for tho foreclosure of tlia mechaulo's lion, tiled
ATTIMT! S. i llllKWftTKIl.
Seai.I Clerk of said Court,
Nwlnir&Sjab'O. Auurney for Flalntltt.
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