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THE IOLA REGISTER FKIDA.Y JANUARY 25, 1901
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hie iola register;
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
OHAS. F. SOOTT
I WEEK'S NEWS
E. p. Uaugb, Dentist.
Buckeye Churn at Coutunt's.
1 want to buy fat hogs and cattlo
JL W. Ballard.
Born, Tuosduy, January 22. to Mr.
sand Mrs. W, D. Wernet, a boy.
Goods will bo exchanged for empty
syrup buckets and cans at the lola
Belgian Hares for sale. Pedigreed
stock. A. M. Wood, 2i miles south
A. E. Wright shipped two cars of
Block, cattlo and hogs, to tho market
Mrs. Kenneth Williamson went to
Pittsburg, summoned by tho news of
tho sovero illness of a sister.
Baseless jokelet from tho Sallna
Union: It is said that John Blessing
of Iola is a curso to his family.
Tho power houso at tho river is now
Jlnished and tho machinery will bo in
stalled as soon as it arrives.
II. M. Miller camo homo Saturday
from Topcka to see what kind of reso
lutions wero being passed upon his
License, to wed was issued Saturday
to Mr. George W. Brockwater and
Miss Martha Marquardt, both of La
JIarpe. At tho meeting of tho Stato Sheriffs
Association in Topcka tho other day
Harmon Hobart of Iola was chosen
K. C. Star: Repartee has taken a
decided boom in lola slnco Georgo
.Nicholson added 1,200 retorts to his
Mrs. Grant Clark, of Creston, la.,
who has been visiting relatives here
among tho Youngs and Chirks, went
to Thayer for a visit.
J. II. Willenberg of Independence
has been vlowlng tho city. He is a
tailor down thoro and tho cut of our
jib rather pleased him.
Since a recent wedding Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Smith are constantly assailed
witli tho title "old" Mr. and Mr,.
Smith. It is so pleasant.
Miss Katherine Koch and brother
Albert of Seranton, Pennsylvania, are
in tho city tho guests of thoir brother
Harry Koch, cashier at the Missouri
Leavoyour order for Flax Seed and
Texas Red Seed O.its for the coming
season with S. A. Wickard .v. Co.,
'beforo it is too late. R. M. Travis,
Flax Seed will bo scarce this year
and you had better leave j our 01 der
now and not get left. Also Texas
.Red Seed Oats. S. A. Wickard &
Co. R. M. Travis.
Yates Center Advocate: Iola is
likely to get a rolling mill, ucld
works and four moio .inc smelters.
Our drillors aro working night and
day, and Sunday too.
Garnett Plalndealer: Tho board of
county commissioners went o Allen
county to look after a farm this coun
ty owns near Iola. They wish to dls
poso of it and took u buy or along.
Flax Seed will be scaico this year
aind you had better lea vo jour order
Jiow und not get left. Also Texas
Red Seed O.its. S. A. Wickard &
Co. R. M. Travis.
At tho niinstroln Saturday night ono
big black man rushed all disheveled
onto tho stage with thu staitllng and
appropriate remark that ho ha 1 "just
broken out of Fort Louso." "I'm
from Chunutc," ho continued.
Tho editor of tho Ruiisti:k is in
dobtod to John M. Shook, First Lieu
tenant, :!2nd U. S. Infantry, now
stationed at Pilar, P. I., for a box ol
lino Manila cigars. Thoycamo through
in good shapo and aro much appreci
ated. T. B. Shannon and A. W. Beck re
turned last week from Kansas City,
where thoy have been attending the
Implements Dealers Convention. They
report that Kansas City was turned
over to them and of course they had a
C. R. Sucher, A. J. Gardner and
M. F. Saylor of Ogden, Iowa, old
neighbors of H. B. Wagers, tho Up-to-Dato
g rocor aro in the city. They
aro highly ploased with Iola and her
Industries and may mako some in
vestment beforo returning homo.
MrGeorgo E. Nicholson is already
at work on tho extensions of his
Hmoltcr told In tho Ri:ais'n:u somo
weoks ago. Tho foundation for tho
new building is going in east of tho
old works und excavating for another
furnaco is boing done west of tho
Purlllos tho blood tills the system
with llfo, health and vigor. Begg's
Blood PurlltBr. It cured mo of dys
Itepsla and costlveness,and other dis
busps 'arUini,'1 from' Impure blood; 1
' think It is U splendid' taodlcine" says'
Mrs. Alice Reed, Butler, Mo. Evans
Leave jour order for Flax Seed and
Texas Red Seed Oats for tho coming
season with S. A. Wickard & Co., be
fore it is too lato. R. M. Travis,
"I strongly recommend Beggs'
Cherry Cough Syrup; it cured mo of a
throat and lung trouble of many year's
standing. "-Mrs. J. Bicmcn, Rlllo,
Colo. Cures, coughs, colds asthma,
bronchitis, lagrtppc, pneumonia,
whooping cough, croup and consump
tion. Kvuns Bros.
Mr. S. Heller, who broke into tho
RixnsTKit columns with an ad. somo
timo ago, has found that his business
has increased until ho has to work too
hard to euro for it. Holms associated
with himself Mr. J. T. Miles who re
cently camo hero from Iowa and ono of
these gentleman will bo found always
at the olllcc.
Erlo Record: Chas. F. Scott and
L. W. Duncan, of Iola, aro proparlng
to write a complete history of Neo9ho
and Wilson counties. Mr. Duncan
has been in tho city this week pros
pecting. They havo just completed a
history of Allen and Woodson coun
ties which Judge Stillwell recommends
The John Legg referred to in this
Item is tho same ono who won tho
town lot worth $100 for llfty cents. Tho
Ft. Scott Trlbuno says:
John S. ll.cgn dropped a nickel into n clitnr
slot mnchlnc nt Goodlnnclvr hotel the other
iluy nndiwon 100 ten cent cigars, or (10 worth.
He threw a royal flush. This Is the fourth
time since the machine was put In about two
years ao that a roynl Hush has bcon thrown
In. The four throw h cost the houso HO.
Robt. McKaln, tho operator at tho
Mo. Pac, has resigned his position
to take a position with tho O. R. T.
Ho will bo secretary and organizer for
this division which is a very lucrative
position. Mr. McKain has made
many friends whilo hero who will bo
sorry to see him go but who wish him
success in his new work.
Stop your hair from falling out!
"Brysipolns resulted In thoentlro loss
of my hair: two bottles Begg's Hair
Renowor gave mo a lino growth."
John A. Linder, Fditor Advocate,
Humeston, la. Guahanti:i:i for all
scalp diseases; restoresnuturalgrowth
and color. I'.vans Bros.
A report of tho receiver of tho Mo
ran bank shows that that concern will
soon hao paid out in full Tho stock
holders havo been Jield under tho
doublo liability clause and tho prop
erty thus secured has boon disposed
of and less than $2,000 of tho total in
debtedness to depositors remains.
Campbell V: Burrell have done what
should havo been done ten vears ago.
They havo mado a modern opera
house board so there will be no more
disputes about seats. This was done
by sawing slits in a board and mark
ing each to correspond with a chair
in the house. Tickets aro Inserted hi
the silts and withdrawn when sold.
Street commissioner John Harris is
carrying out the provisions of a side
walk ordlnaneo passed somo months
ago and by building a hundred feet or
moic of Uestlo work across Coon
Creek has about finished a string of
walk several blocks long from Douglas
to Bruckenrldgo on north Sycamore,
giving a much-needed south approuch
to the north school building.
In tho probato court John J,
Allen was tried for insanity. When
he was a boy ho had a fall, striking
on his head, and although ho was
taken to Chicago and two operation-,
poifotmed and litter ho was placed in
a Michigan asylum ho nover fully re
gained his souses. For years ho has
mado his homo with his sister, Mrs,
Wood, ut tho homo of her son-in-law,
TlioOttawj Republican says that
lola ought to hire John Steolo to go
to tlio Philippines and ro-dlseover
Fred Fuiiston. Billy DoFord edits
that paper and fiom tho pun of a
loss world-famed warrior such
un cxpiosslon would bo generally
credited to envy. Billy seems deter
mined to lio tho last Tagalo to admit
Mr. G.J A. Boworth, a stranger hi
Iola, died Saturday of pneumonia
In a tent which he has been occupying
near tho cement plant. Ho was forty
four years old and it teamster by oc
cupation. Ho had been ill but about
a week and the inability to receive tho
proper shelter and care doubtless had
something to do with the 6uddennoss
of his demise.
Tom Reed, of Yates Center, and two
sheriffs from tho northern border of
Kansas woro hero Monday looking
font horse trader who is believed to
havo stolen a string of lino horses
up in Nebraska. Tills sumo man was
arrested hero on a similar charge
years ago and is known by tho olllcers,
but no traco was found of him as ho
has not been horo latoly.
Tho following sketch from tho Lawr
enco Journal refers to a formorly of
Iola young man, a son of Judgo Pctor
Boll: "Tho divorce cuso of Josio M.
Boll against Aslior C. Boll, a printer,
bogan trial lyostordoy in tho circuit
cwurt InlKansas. Thoy wero married
in Lawrence in 1887, .and have three
children. Sho contends thatho wasted
his monoy andiforced her. to' work to
support tho children. Ho asserts 'that
her conduct was not above reproach."
T. A. Mllno has accepted a position
at tho Famous whoro ho formerly
worked. Tom is a good man any
wliero in a clothing Btoro and Mr.
Hcrshkowltz is to bo congratulated on
securing his services.
, Georgo A. Bowlus roturncd Mon
day from his visit to Beaumont,
'loxas. Bo says it is a great sight
and that peoplo aro wild as March
hares, tho oil men taking dollght In
playing on tho credulity of tho na
tives to incroasothocrazincss. Bowlus
and Beatty went early but thoy had to
rldo in an upper berth in a sleeper,
which must havo been an impressive
Parsons Nows: According to tho
RnaiSTKtt, Iola is in a flutter of ex
pectancy becauso Rockefeller bought
somo mining property in tho .Toplln
district. Tho Rjxustkk asks "Will
ho come to Iola and bring his millions
with hlml" How can a city expect to
attract wealth whilo It harbors athlof
whoso hobby is "nipping" patent
leather shoes. Iola should bo careful
as Kleptomania is contagious among
Curly Alt, Doc Anderson, opera
houso manager's, right hand man, re
ports that ho has signed up with tho
Brooklyn Theatro Company for tho
week 'beginning February II; Rail
road Jack, for February 18; Tho Girl
from Chill February 28; and tho Mad
ison Squaro Company, for the week
beginning March 11. This last named
company organized and rehoarsed in
Iola last fail and it will draw a full
houso hero as it always does, holding
tho records for crowds.
Tho probato judgo will go to Gas
City soon and look aftor tho affairs
of Jim Avery who was recently ad
judged insane for love. Jim was an
Industrious young man, saved his
monoy and had considerable of it
loaned out, and overy effort will bo
mado to collect theso loans. It Is said
that between tho timo ho got on his
spreo and tho day of his trial for in
sanity ho scattered SlfiO on ery slim
security and tho coutt will try to get
this in shape and caro for it for him.
Peoplo who haven't been to Gas
City slnco Inst summer will bo sur
prised to seo what has happened theto
this full. Tho town last summer was
bunched about tho south end of tho
townsitc, but now it stretches from tho
smelters clear across tho east road,
somo twenty houses and a now school
house boing north of tho main road.
The smelters aro at work making their
improvements and notlessthan twenty
llvo now houses uio being built over
This from tho Pittsburg Tribune
refers to tho ono story stone building
on tho north side of the square:
"Frank Llnskl went up to Iola this
morning on business. Frank has a
business b'uUdlng in Iola but about a
year ago he sold it. Tho purchaser
has at no timo slnco intimated a dosiro
to pay anything for tho building, so
Frank thinks that ho is getting tho
worst of the deal and believes that ho
ought to bo put in quiet Jposscsslou of
of his property
Speaking of popular incredulity
Mr. Crouch, tho railroad man, naid:
"I havo built roads beforo and know
what to Vxpect. Onco boforo when I
began at each step I was assured thut
tho grado, or tho tics or tho rails
would never be laid. Theso com
pleted tho cars would never run. It
reminds mo of tho countryman who
saw his Hrst locomotlvo und was told
what it could do. Ho declared that It
couldn't move. It started und ho Im
mediately declined It could nover bo
Talking to the city mayor Monday a
Rraisnus reporter understood that
distinguished citl.en to state thut tho
Iola city bonds could bo refunded and
that tho matter would bo looked into
ono of theso days. Tho two sumo peo
ple in conversation on Tuosduy tho
mayor remarked that whilo boing u
most cstlmublo person in other ways
wits liable to mako mistakes just liko
other peoplo, and that tho bonds aro
not duo until July, 1001, and cannot
bo refunded until then. If tills state
ment suits thoro will probably not
need to bo any Wednesday roport.
The new room of tho Northrup dry
goods company Is assuming tho up
poaranco of an up-to-date storo. Tho
shelving is mostly in place, tho
counters aro partly set up, tho olo
vated otllco and cashier's desk is
erected and tho cash carrier system
installed. This last has soven sta
tions as tho room is very largo. In
tho center of tho room will be a cir
cular counter, liko thoothors, of hand
somo oak, und tho room onco finished
and filled with goods will be vory
Claro Klnno, of Moran, is out in
California, visiting friends and trying
tho climate. It is possiblo that it will
require two full paid fares to bring
him all homo, although no cards aro
out. Writing homo to his sister ho
said that ho (Igurod ho had donoagood
day's work when ho camo to Iola and
joined tho Elks as ho drifted into a
lodgo In Los Angoles and. suddenly
discovered that h'ls pin Was an open
sesame to acquulnianca with tho busi
ness men of tho town and a sort of
cortlflcato of character ambVig- sooioty
License to wed was Issued
day to John B, Nelson und
Mrs. P. K. Falor went to Plqua this
weok, hormotlier having fallen und
injured herself during tho ley wcuther
In tho probato court Tuesday John
J. Allon was adjudged insane and ap
plication will bo mudo for his recop
tlon at ono of tho stato asylums.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French reached
homo from their wedding trip Tuesday
and will occupy tho Northrup house.
Tholr many friends aro glad to wol
como them back.
Mrs. Nettlo Simpson has bought tho
rosidenco of W. F. Creighton at 224
south Cottonwood and will mako it
her homo. Mr. Croighton will prob
ably build again.
It was rather diverting this morning
to seo standing side by sldo at tho
Missouri Pacific depot a beer drummer
and Dr. Wood tho jag euro man.
What u partnership thoy would mako I
E. K. Taylor returned Tuesday,
all smiles, from his trip to Iowa, and
ho looked so puffed up it would not
bo surprising if ho has a bank, a
newspaper plant and a mill or two
concealed about his person along with
that hardwaro storo ho went after.
Pepsin Syrup Co.-
Gents: I cannot recommend Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin too highly.
It has been a great benefit to mo.
Vory truly, Ray Buckloy. Sold by
Chas. B. Spencer fc Co., lola, and
Klnno & Son, Moran.
Mr. J. B. Evans has received a
letter from Mr. Stout Patterson, of
Seattlo, stating that Mr. and Mrs. K.
L. Taylor, son-in-law and daughter of
Mr. Kvans, had met with u run away
accident and botli had beenquitebadly
hurt. The many Iola friends of Mrs.
Taylor will join with her father in the
hopo that her injuries uro not serious.
Dr. McMillan icports thut tho
measles havingoxhuustedthosupply of
material to work on In his family has
quit. Ills son Robert camo from Mis
souri Stato University and brought it
with him, taking down holiday week.
The other four children havo taken It
ono at a timo und at last Walter, the
end man, bus completely recovered.
It has been a siego of four weeks dur
ing which tho house was shunned by
the neighbors and Mrs. McMillan bus
been kopt ut home und they are natur
ally glad the timo is up.
A Gas City man was in town Wed
nesday and overtook ills boy and
another boy who had started out in
tho big world with a capital of six
dollars which thoy fished from this
man's pocket beforo starting. His
own boy did tho trick and then with u
neighbor's boy thoy started for Pitts
burg and tho world at large. Tho
father caught them and headed them
for homo. Ho said that tho monoy
was somo of tho Woodmen lodgo
monoy, ho being an officer in that or
guniutlon ut Gns City.
Word comes from Brlcktown thut
on Thursday a family moved into a
iiouso there and turned tho gas into a
stovo without uny pipe on it. Tho
mun ciime; down town und tho mother
and children, ono a baby, became
drowsy und tho chlldien went to sleep.
By an inspiration tho father guessed
tho trouble when ho returned and
quick mcasui os wero taken but it was
somo hours befoio tho baby's lifo was
out of danger. Onco beforo such a
thing happened und ono child died.
Neighbors should warn now -comers of
tho danger of burned gus fumes and
notify them tint mch deeds aro viola
tions of the city ordinances und the
rules of the gus company.
Tho Chanuto Trlbuno and Sun,
which havo fought and lilt and
scratched each other liko cuts with
soldored tails swung over a clothes
lino, on overy question Unit bus urison
in tho past century, aio at last In
harmony. Tho Rjxhstuh takes tho
credit. Thoso two papers agieo that
Iola Is to blamo tor owning
David Washington, that ho caught
tho smallpox hero and took it to Cha
nuto; that it was nico of him to run
back hero witlf it; that Iola is in tho
wrong; that Chanuto is perfectly
blameless; that In fact, "tho king can
do no wrong." Which shows that it
is a malodorous zophyr which doesn't
blow somo Jgood. May tho harmony
of tho two papers nover grow less.
Tho young man referred to in this
Item from tho Yatos Center Advocate
worked at tho Hub In tills city somo
months aftor tho sensational salo held
ut his father's store. "On Saturday of
last week, Sheriff Kenny und Deputy
Tucker, of Kookuk, Iowu, dropped
quietly down and with tho assistance
of Marshal Schoaohs and Sheriff Pat
terson, urrosted Walter Sharlts. Ho
was arrested at tho instanco of Huis
kamp Bros. & Co., tho big shoo house
of that city for obtaining goods by
fulso, protonso, jutt prior to his fall
uro about a year ago. S. C. Holmes
of this city, who wasappolnted trustee
of Mr. Sharlts' ostato when ho was
adjudged a bankrupt, und who took
for tho creditors tho stock of goods at
Neosho Falls, had charge of tho
mattor and will assist in tfio .prosecu
tion at Keokuk, Seldom has tho city
bcon treated to u. moro genuine sur
Paints and Brushes,
Oils and Varnishes,
Typo Writer supplies,
Up-to-Date Goods in All Lines,
Where quality Is of greatest
importance, wo buy the best.
Where demand will justify, wo
carry all grades and prices. 1
Where price is the main consld
oaratlon, wo will meet or discount any
dealer In this part of tho stato.
Corner Drag Store. -
South Side Square, Iola, Kansas.
BARCLAY-SHIELDS CLOTHING CO.,
One Price Cash Clothiers.
E HAVE some special
values in extra coats and
vests. They are good pat
terns and fine goods, but Ave
have no pants to match them
so havo put special prices on
them in order to move them
out with a rush.
Our special prices on
overcoats and ulsters will in
BARCLAY-SHIELDS CLOTHING CO.
One Price Cash Clothiers.
THE IOLA REGISTER BINDERY
Is prepared to bind all
kinds books at reasonable
prices. Wo make a
specialty of flat-opening
blank books and special
ruling. Those niuga.ines
you have been saving to
have bound should bo at
tended to at once; it will
cost very little to do it.
THE IOLA REGISTER BINDERY
"Georgo Barth and J. II. Iloleonib,
of Humboldt, havo "swapped" their
thoroughbred Poland Chinas.
Ft. Scott Monitor: Tim Stover, of
Iola, sergeant-at-arms In tho houso at
Topoku, who was hero subpoenaeing
witnesses a few days ago, will be re
membered as tho man who set a Re
publican convention wild with laugh
ter. Mr. Stover was a delegate to
tho convention at Ottawa that nomin
ated Congressman Boworsock two
years ago. Tho chairman used for a
gavol on that occasion acommon wood
spigot, such as is often found In tho
end of a beer keg, and after calling
tho convention to order Mr. Stover got
up und gaining recognition said ho
arose to a question of parliamentary
practice. When asked to stato his
case ho wanted to know if the fact that
tho chairman wus using a spigot for a
gavel mount that this was a
"joint" convention. It was ono of
tho best puns over mudo and tho burst
of uppluuso thut followed nearly
rulscd tho roof.
U. II. Quarterly Mcotinsr.
Tho second quarterly meeting of tho
U. B. church of Iola will bo hold on
noxt Saturday night and Monday.
The Iola circuit quarterly meeting
will bo hold in tho Rock Creek school
houso, beginning noxt Friday night
Und continuing until Sunduy morn
ing 11 m u.
The PWdlug Elder, X. L. Vozie,
will be present and preach.
A Good I'upur.
Did you notice how long it took you
to read last week's Rkgisti:r y It
contained (tl columns of puro reuding
matter, and all but nino columns of
thut was put In type right horo in our
own otlico, fnoro home-set matter
probably than any other two papers
in tho county. Tho Regusteu costs
f0 cents moro a year than tho other
county papers. And the reason it has
more subscribers than any of the
othors is because it is worth moro
than tho differenco in tho price.
ThlH Will IntereH( Jinny.
To quickly introduce B. B. B.
tunic Blood Balm), tho famous blood
purifier, into new homes, wo will send
absolutoly freo 10,000 treatments. B.
B. B. quickly cures old ulcers, scrofu
la, painful swellings, aches and pains
in bones or joints, rheumutism, cutarrh
pimples, festoring eruption, boils, ec
zema, itching skin or blood humors,
eating, bleeding, festering soros and
oven deadly cancer. B. B. B. at drug
stores 1. For freo treatment address
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Medi
o'no sont at onco, prepaid. Descrlbo
troublo and freo medical advico given
until cured. B. B, B, ouros tho most
deep-seated cases, after all else fails.
B. B. B. hoals overy sore and mako
tjie blood puro and Vlch.
A hort horn
CO"iln" "-Tfirold, tor
S. T, Sbhw Lallarpe.