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THE IOLA REGISTER.
PUBLISHED EVERY FIUDAY.
OH.A.S. F. SOOTT
THE WEEK'S NEWS
p. E.Uauglp, Dentist.
Buckeye Churn ut Coutant's.
Miss Frances McCann went to Hum
Dr. A. M. Davis came down from
Ed. Merchant was hero over Sunday
Ifyouwant.com or wheat chop go
to Claiborne's mill.
If you havo corn or wheat to grind
take It to Clalborno's mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Judge Thompson are
homo from their outing In Colorado.
Dr. CofTman reports a boy born to
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Coleman of 700
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trodway returned
to Emporia to resumo their work In
the Stato Normal.
Pat tv cCable has broken ground for
a largo rcsldenco In Davis addition on
west Campbell street.
Dr. Fulton reports a son born to
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Nichols 302 North
street Monday night.
Miss Clara Klauraann wont to Bron
son last week whoro sho will visit
several days with friends.
Sheriff Hobart left Friday noon
for Ossawatomle with Miss Dora E.
Nickell recently adjudged Insano.
A thirteen pound girl born to Mr.
and Mrs. A. Stillwell on North Chest
nut Tuesday is reported by Dr. Ful
ton. Mont Palmer, manager of Ramsay
Bros. fc Co's store returned this week
fromlGueda Springs much improved
Extra copies of the Hkcjistkii con
taining the account of the Dedication
and tho description of tho Methodist
church can bo secured at this olllce.
License to marry was Issued to C. O.
Chapman, of Lallarpo, and Etta
Horseboy, also of Lallarpo. Mr.
Chapman is a jisweler of that town.
Mrs. M. F. Knight, who has been
making her homo with her son, M. A.
Knight here, went to Hosalla where
sho owns a farm and will hereafter re
side. Over tho long distance telephone to
day tho Iola olllco supplied Ft. Scott,
Pittsburg, Parsons and Lcroy with
flno music from tho Uegina music box
in Spencer's store.
Mr. O. B. Nichols has a letter from
his son Ode telling of his good health
und happiness nnd that ho Is still in
Mmlla and apparently billed tore
main thero some time.
Thursday afternoon Probate .Tudgo
Smith united In marriage Ornal A.
Wray, of Lcunna, and Carrie L.
Eaton, of Bronson. Both are well
known in their neighborhoods.
Job Cuttur is taking steps to provo
up on a forty acre tract of Allen coun
ty school land In district 111. Tho pro
ceeding is a little uncommon us prac
tically all this land is now taken.
Clarence Hereford, formerly an Iola
boy, later a dentist at Cherry vulo was
in town Monday. HorecentlylcftCheery
valo and is said to bo seeking a new
location, with Iola perhaps in low.
Mrs. Vesta Cottor and son, Harry,
started last Sunday morning for
Washington, whero they expect to
mako their futuro home, half way be
tween tho mountains and tho Pacific
Tho Fair managers havo closed up
tho deal for an automobile race during
fair week. Tho autos will bo hero and
will raco every duy. Tho sight will bo
novel and ought to provo a popular
Thoro was a pleasant and profitable
shower in town Sunday afternoon that
laid the dust and cooled tho air. Kast
and south of town It helped tho pas
ture, but wus too limited in extent to
do any great good.
Petitions aro being circulated ex
tenslvoly In Fort Scott for tho calling
of a grand jury and tho Business
Men's committee that is opposing tho
enforcement of tho law seem to bo
billed for a hot tlmo.
Tho current number of Everybody's
Magazino contains a story by General
Fred Funbton telling "How I Captured
Agulnaldo." A recent number of
another magazino hud a story by
Agulnaldo telling how ho didn't cup
Tiitt meteor which passed Iola tho
other night and looked as If It would
cortulnly plow up tho earth close to
tho Hanklns place north of town wont
past Topeka, Kansas City ar.d St.
Joe. So thoro is no reason for Iola
to fool slighted.
Hatchechubbeo, Ala., Juno 30, 1875.
Du. C. J. Moi'TETT Dear Sir: I
can assure you that your TEETIIINA
Toothing Powders) is indispusablo
o us, and In no singlo instance hus It
over proved a failure. Wo havo trlod
soothing modlcinos, and everything
known to us and "old women," and
your , Toothing Powders are pre-eminently
a buccoss and blessing to moth
ers and children. Yours truly, otc.
J. M. DEr.ACY.
Tho material was hauled on tho
ground to-day forn gas well for tho
Standard Acid Company. Tho well is
located right west of tho plant and
ought to bo sure to bo a good gushor.
Tho Harrison, Ark., Cicerone says:
Ton tons of oro on nlno wagons
reached Harrison this week from tho
North Star ralno, eight miles east of
hero, its destination being tho Choro-
kee-Lanyon SmeltlngCompanyat Gas,
Rov. Robert Llddoll, of Girord, who
spoko hero last Sunday has begun tho
publication of a temperance paper
called "Tho Federation Record." It
will bo Issued semi-monthly and will
bo devoted to tho Interests of tho Clvlo
A llttlo third ward girl hoard her
family talking a few days ago about a
lady of tho neighborhood being stung
bv a bee. To-day that samo lady is
broken out with hives and tho llttlo
girl sagely remarked that "sho must
havo been stung by beo-hlves."
St. Timothy's Episcopal church being
entirely released of debt, will bo con
secrated next Sunday morning by tho
Rev. Frank R. Millspaugh, D. D.,
Bishop oflBo Dlocose of Kansas. Tho
church peoplo aro rojolclng and their
many friends rejolco with them.
In tho curront number of Frank Les
lie's magazine appears tho story of
Aguinaldo's capture as described by
the pen of Lieutenant Burton J.
Mltcholl, who was thero to seo tho
rick. It Is illustrated with pictures of
Funston, Agulnaldo and Mitchell.
Contractor G. A. Johnson, of this
city, has tho contract for a now hos
pltal building at, tho Osawatomlo asy
lum, and Carey Altman, ono of his
foreman, went up Sunday to begin
work on it. Mr. Johnson has a num
ber of important contracts over tho
Several Iowa men who havo been
hero lately agree that Allen county is
better olT than their homostate. Thoy
camo expecting to seo sod houses on
blistered pralrlo but find better crops,
better stock, as good houses and a
blessed sight belter country than that
Parties desiring loaiiB
Bhould see us before they
place same, as we are
loaning money on Farm
Property at G per cent per
annum. No cash commis
sion or commission mort
gage to bother with. Op
tional payments. Interest
payable annually. Wo
will also write your insur
ance in good companies at
a verv low rate. Call on'
or write us before you do
anything as wo can save
SMITH & TRAVIS,
Room 3, Norlhrup Bank Building.
Arch-Deacon Crawford, who hold
services in tho Episcopal church Sun
day will Bpend the greater part of tho
week hero getting ready for tho Con
secration services of tho church next
Sunday morning. Thero will bo a
lecture on Confirmation in tho church
Wednesday and Friday evenings.
Lawrcnco Journal: Tho Iola smelters
huvel payrolls that givo an aggrcgato
of threo dollars to every man, woman
and child In Iola every week. If any
ono had dreamed ten years ago that
such a thing would bo happening in
Iola today, and had "told Ibis dream,
ho would havo been sonttotho asylum.
Bert Ling und family departed this
week for Seattle, Washington
whero thoy will seek a new homo.
They havo had this movo in view for
some time und expect to poriunnontly
locate on the coast. Their many
friends while regretting thoir depar
ture will follow them with best
Ft. Scott Tribune: Tho freight con
ductors on tho Missouri Pacific roud
aro now making more money than tho
passenger conductors becausothey nro
kept so busy. Conductor Young of
tho Iola turnaround run out of this
city, Is said to havo made $100 by tho
eighteenth of this month. His August
salary will run up to about ?17fi per
month, if business keeps up.
J. II. Huntzlngcr, who represents a
hog cholera remedy company, left Fri
day. Ho has beon hero looking after
the 100 hogs of W. E. Lyons which
had tho dlsoaso pretty generully. By
hard work tho death list was cut down
to twenty-five and Mr. Lyons will
probably allow tho RraiSTKit to toll
something of his experience for tho
bonellt of other men who may need
In looking over tho school laws Miss
01 in stead has discovered a law that
empowers district school boards to
lovy a tax. 'as other taxos aro levied,
sulllclent to pay tho tuition of all tho
scholars in tho district who wish to at
tend a high school in their county.
This law is meant for counties whero
thero is no county high school. It is
not mandatory but may bo enforced if
any district so desires.
T. B. Shannon Is gottlng ready to
unveil a handsome cement fountain
which Is being erected, in front of his
storo. It occupies tho corner of tho
walk and is in tho shapo of a globe,
with oponlngs at tho side which will
permit tho thirsty to roach his cup
through und dip water from tho basin.
It is handsomo and convenient and
Mr, Shannon deserves credit for tho
idea and for currying it out.
Savings Bros., tho Humboldt drill
ers, havo sued tho Mound City Gas
Company for $712,01 tho sum still un
paid on two wells which they sank ac
cording to contract, to Mississippi
limestone Thoy were to got $1 a foot,
but received but $.'101. 40 on tho first
woll which was but 407.50 feet deep
and but $17.12 on tho scoond wel
which was drilled 590 foot deep. Tho
Mound City Gas Company has for its
president and secretary T. P. Crockor
and C. II. Suwdy, two Iola mon.
Mrs. J. Bering and son Jack started
Tuesday for Hobart, In tho now
country. As th Reoisteii has al
ready told, thoy expect to remain
thero, Jack taking charge of a distri
buting olllco for cigars mado at his
father's Iola factory.
Tho REaiSTEit Is sorry to loam that
Mr. J. R,. Crlglcr who has been Inid
up for months and years by tho fall
ho received on an ley walk In town,
has just suffered a wcok's selgo
6f Indigestion that necessitated
tho prosenco of a doctor overy
day and greatly Impaired tho old
gentleman's strength. Ho is now able
to get out und walk a llttledistanco on
K. C. Journal: Fourtcon men from
Bronson, Allen county, Kansas,
passed through Kansas City yoster
duy morning on their way to Alberta,
British Columbia, whero thoy expect
to locate. Thoy wero headed by
Thomas F. Ireland, a former member
of tho 20th Kansas regiment. By
swourlng alleglanco to tho British gov
ernment any porson can get 100 acres
of land In tho Alborta country for $15.
Probably tho brightest meteor that
ever whisked its way across Alien
county did that stunt last Friday
Many peoplo saw It, starting with a
dull red liknitho ordinary meteor, It
quickly burkt Into a white glare us
brilliant as nn electric spark and hold
Its way across tho heavens from tho
east to tho north-west with a down
ward slant. Horses shied utthosud
den irluro and anyono out of doors
could hardly help noticing It.
An Iola man last jour was out of
town during tho cherry season. When
ho returned a neighbor told lilm tho
cherries foil olT badly and that ho
picked up whut ho could find, possi-
ly six quarts, and sold them for Ilvo
cents a quart. Ho ollcrejl the man
thirty cents. This year tho Iola man
remained In town. Not a cherry fell
olT, somo are still hanging on, ho
picked und sold 150 quarts ut ton cents
a quart, and will never bo convinced
hut lust year was us bad a painted.
Tho probuto judgo Monday ovening
united In marriugo Alford A. Koritz,
of Thuwvilio, 111., nnd Lllllo May
Messur, of Hudson, 111. Tho brldo
hus been visiting in Fredonia und wus
accompanied hero by her brother.
Tho groom Is a farmer and u thresher,
bolonglng to tho thresher's union in
Illinois. Jud-e Smith Hatters himself
that they selected him to tie tho knot
because of tils fur-fuined good looks.
Lawrence Journal: Tho Grlllln Ico
company Is getting two and threo car
loads of Ico per week from tho Iola ico
factory and two cars a week from tho
Leavenworth factory. This with tho
homo supply enablos tho company to
meet tho demand and furnish all cus
tomers with manufactured ico. Two
carloads of "white ico" aro received
ouch week also, for tho uso of tho
butchers, and other places whero Ico
In quantities Is demanded for cooling
Tho RiiatSTr.it Is indebted to Leo.
K. Fosler, formerly of this neighbor
hood, but now of Rogers, Ark., for a
crnto of lino pouches. Six baskets of
tho downv. luscious fruit that makes
Arkunsas (anions! Thocdltorls away
r.nd tho reader can imuglno whut "do
gang" did to those pcuchos. Mr.
Feslor says forty curs huvo gone out
of Rogers and that ho has just shipped
his olovonth car. Finer peachos never
camo Into Iola, nor liner over went to
thodovll or his associates.
Mr. Brown, of tho Brown Supply
Company, of Colfoyvllle, was here
Saturday looking over tho town. He
is interested in a plan to engage In
tho manufacture of artificial stono und
examined with Intorosttho work on tho
Musonlo Templo. Being u loyal citi
zen ho did not express surprise at
lola's evidences of prosperity, but
reiterated ovory tlmo somo factory was
polntod out: "Wo aro going to have
a glass plant, a paper mill and a
cotton mill at Coll'oyvlllo." And
that's what loyal citizens should do.
Rol Gard nnd Cash EdBon wero dis
cussing tho dangers of various occu
pations. Cash said ho would not go
up In a balloon for half of Allen county
Neither would Rol, and ho added that
ho saw a carpentor hanging by his too
nails over tho edgo of tho north Bchool
building. Ho did not want to bo a
carpenter. Rol finally stated that tho
only sate work ho know of was laying
cement walks, but Cash called his at
tention to tho fact that' a runaway
team might run ovor you then. Thoy
finally agreed that any kind of work
was far too dangerous for them.
Somo local interest will bo taken in
tho recent hanging of u man out west
for tho reason that Oscar Cain, an old
Iola boy, Is tho county prosecuting at
torney who brought tho murderer to
tho scaffold, although defended by tho
wily J. Ham Lewis. Tho victim was
Charles W. Nordstrom, and ho mur
dorod William Mason In 1801 In cold
blood over a dispute about a few dol
lars wages. Nordstrom appealed
from court to court and tho nanglng
was thus delayed ten long years, but
when it was duo ho broko down and
cried nnd fought. Ho was tied by
forco to a board and in this way
T. S. Stover, who was born "down
in Maine," Is of a family of old sea
captains and knows everything about
ships, probably gave tho publishers
of Colllors' Weekly a surprlso today.
Ho wroto them a letter In regard to a
recent frohtspleeo. The picture
showed tho Shamrock II at anchor in
New York harbor, under full sail.
After taking it for granted that
Colllors knows tho truth Stover
said that Kansas yachts men
woro betting on tho Defender If tho
Shamrock's captain did not know bet
ter than to Ho at anchor under full
sail. And tho editor will wonder what
subject Kansas cannot rlso up and
Mr. A. Barnard, of Toronto, wh
has beon hero visiting D. Horvlllo and
dlsqussing tho stock farm which thoy
mutually own in Woodson county re
turned homo last week. Year
ago he lived hero and herded cattle
ontho hills whero Lallarpo now stands,
unimpeded by fenco or house. Ho
vividly recalls rounding a bunch of
steers up on the public squuro In Iola.
Ho was riding a brouco and tho beast
began to buck, keeping up tho contor
tions cloaracross tho squaro and final
ly bringing up In n pllo of farm ma
chinery. Barnard was smoking a
new clay plpo und ho bit tho stem oil
unconsciously and It wus A. W. Beck
who discovered tho fact after tho
Thero Is a man on tho streets now
who has a glow on his face, who In
sists on shaking hands with his
friends, who looks happier and clean
er than ho has for years. That man
has just secured his freedom from u
bondugo that hold him cuptlvo for ten
years, robbing him of tho money that
ho earned, ruining his body and soul
and making his family miserublo. Ho
hus just finished taking a courso of
treatment for tho liquor habit under
Dr. Woods nnd declares his linn faith
that ho is his own mustor ugain und
will remain so. And if ho stands
straight tho town ought to mako It too
hot for tho "frlond" who shall tempt
him to fall again.
Tho liquor row still boils at Fort
Scott. Rov. Martin preaches on Sun
day and the Commltteoof Fity answer
through tho Monitor. Sunday Mr.
Martin likened Fort Scott to Sodom,
declared tho administration tho rotten
ost of many rotten ones and proceeded
generally to hang it on tho business
men. A now feature has caused a
scandal. Tho council In secret ses
sion seems to havo agreed to let tho
city attorney collect tho joint fines for
two months to pay him for defondlng
tho jolntists. In tho now jury panel
aro two Fort Scott saloon keopers and
to help get convictions tho Civic Puri
ty Louguo is urging a grand jury.
And the wholo Stato Is looking
askanco ut Fort Scott.
Boys Solid Leather School Shoes, sizes 13 to 2 and
IJ to 5, price per pair $1.00.
Misses Solid Leather School Shoes, sizes 8 to 12i
and 13 to 2, price per pair' $1.00.
Misses Spring Heel
price per pair $1.50.
Box Calf Shoes, sizes 2A to (5
Ladies Dongola Kid Shoos, 2i to 7, $1.25 and $1.50
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Calicoes and Percales!
Ginghams and Percalines!
NEW FALL GOODS
West Side of Square.
Trunks and Traveling Bags.
Wo are showing a fine line of
Trunks, Grips and Suit Cases.
They are all new, clean goods,
built for service as well os ap
pearance. Wo have a good
metal covered trunk for $2.00,
and finely finished canvas cover
ed, bra?s trimmed, double dress
tray trunks at $5.00 to $S.50.
Good leather bags $2.00 to
$5.00, cheaper ones 50c and up.
Suit cases, leather, $2.00 to
$5.00, canvas $1.00 to $2.00.
See Window Display of Trunks and Bags.
Barclay?Shieids Clothing Co.,
One Price Cash Clothiers.
The' Clothier to
of Clothing, Gents'
and Gentiles alike.
sell his entire stock
Cost and Less.
t ember 3rd.