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HOIHEB FINE CIII PI
City Council Accepts Heatitlful River
side Talk Given by fliei'uik
Tho city council of Iola has form
ally necoptcd tho flft of Mversldo
Park from tho association owning It.
This action was takon Thursday even
ing, tho torms bolng sot forth in tho
following communication and olTor
mado by tho Association:
To tho Jlonorablo Mayor and Coun
ell of tho City of Iola:
Whereas, on tho 20th day of Dc
coraber, 1001, at a special meeting of
tho stockholders of tho Iola Park
Association hold at tho courthouse In
tho city of Iola, Allen county, Kan
sas, pursuant toupuhllshedcall thoro
foro duly authorized by the By-laws
of said association among other
things, the following resolution was
adopted by uti unanimous voto of tho
majority of tho stock of said associa
IV Tho directors of tho IolaIirk
Association aro further instructed, in
consideration of tho sum of ton dol
lars (S10.00) to execute a warranty
deed to tho City of Iolu, Allen County
Kansas, for allthat tractoflaud known
as tho Iola Park or Fair Grounds, tho
deed to bo mado subject to a leuso to
tho Portland Cement Company for tho
gas thereunder; thoLanyou Zinc Com
pany for certain water privileges and
tho Allen County Horticultural Society
for certain other privileges.
Said conveyanco to the city to bo
mado subject to tho following condi
lst-ThutthcCity of Iola, Allen coun
ty, Kansas, shall not soil said tract of
land unless authorized to do so by a
two-thirds voto of tho male and fe
male residents of said city. ( It Is un
derstood to bo a two-thirds veto as
cast at said election. )
2nd Tho City of Iola, Allen county
Kansas, to grant no loases, franchises
or contracts forthouse of suld grounds
unless a liberal porcentof tho gross
rentals bo set apart as a fund to bo
used and oxponded in maintaining and
improving said tract of land as a pub
3rd Tho city of Iola, Allon county,
Kansas, to appoint throo park com
missioners (without salary) to have
control of said park, said commission
ers to sorvo one throo years, ono twp
years and ono ono yoar said board to
bo renewed by appointment as va
cancies may occur oltber by death, ro
moval from tho city or expiration of
.At said stockholders' meeting tho
-secretary of tho board of directors of
said Park Association was directed to
submit to tho Honorable Mayor and
Council of city of Iola, Allon county,
Kansas, tho abovo and foregoing
terms and conditions wheroby t,ho said
city might bo invested with the tltloto
.said realty, uwultlng your action
thereon I am, Gentlemen, your most
II. M. Mn.r.r.it,
Secretary of Iola Park Ass'n.
Kiversido Park is by natuio a very
handsome nark. It is timbered with
beautiful trees, lies close to the bank
of tho Neosho Ulver and has a first
class race track and ball park in con
nection. For years tho Allen county
TTalr has been hold at theso grounds
and everybody Is familiar with tho
Tho gift of tho Park to tho city Is
timely for tho reason that tho only
park now In town Is soon to bo taken
for tho coimty court house. The park
is convenient to tho city and coming
as it does at tho slight cost of ton
dollars Is a monument to tho gonerous
public spirit of tho men who have mado
4ho gift to the city.
Tho tract thus coming Into posscs
slon of tho cltv comprises about thlrty-
flvn acres of land und Is easily worth
$7,000. It was bought fourtoon years
ago by tho lato owners for ti.OOO and
slnco thon they havo expended Sl,200
in improvements, foncos, buildings
etc. Thoro is a small strip east of tho
Santa Fo tracks which givos access to
tho park from Stato street.
At tho meeting when tho stop was do
elded upon slxty-ilvo of tho entlro
nlnoty-llvo sharos of stock existing
wero voted. Bolow is a list of those
roon and tho number of sharos they
hold, each share being of a facovaluo
of $20: Goorgo A. Uowlus o, A. .1.
Fulton 7, II. M. Miller 1-1, L, L.
Northrup fi, C. II. DeCluto 7, II. L.
Henderson 2, Mrs. Jano Simpson 1,
A. V. Heck 2, It. W. Dully 7, II. A.
Ewlng 1, T. M. fiurtols 1, G. W. Applo
1, W. J. Evans 1, Win, Goodhue 1,
Oscar Foustl, A. L. Taylor 2, J. S.
In addition to thoso thoro Is a long
list of men whej put up money in thoso
old days when money was scarcer than
it is now to raise tun ?200 needed to
buy tho park. Tho purchaso was mado
in 1887 and tho men who signed for
sharos wero tho following! Goo. A.
Bowlus, .1. S Turner, A. J. Fulton,
I). D. Hrlttain, II. M. Miller, L. L.
Northrup, Scott i"c Son, Andorson &
DeCluto J. II. VanNuys, .T. W. Cou
tant, J. C. Hainm & IJro., Wators &
Thayer, 13. .T. Thayor, O. Vv McNeil,
W P. Northrup, Goo. W Lawyor, II.
BEST FOR THE
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bowels open, and Itn well, I orcein tlio plmpoof via
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incut perfect way 01 koeplntt the bowels
EAT 'EM LIKE CANr .'
I'lciumnt, l'ttlntnMo, I'otont TiwtoOw' ,Mlood,
S'oor Sicken, WenLrn. or (lrli", 10, ST. d 60 rents
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mm i mi iimnir coitrAir, rtitii(.nr skw tokk.
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L. Henderson, Geo. Davis, Nimrod
Hanklns, .Tas. Simpson, Chas F. Scott,
Kenton tt Scott, .Tohtmoii & Perry, ().
F. Northrup, A. W. Heck, L. Gllll
hnn. M. P. .Tacoby, It. V. Dully, .T. P.
Duncan. A. .1. McCarloy, M. M. Hart,
11. F. Pancoast, II. A. Klng, V. A. Cum
mlngs, W.D.Chastalu, Kills & Hewitt,
T. M. Uartels, K. H.Funston, C.Otten,
J. N. West, Kingsloy & Whaiton,
.1. J. Casmlro, V, A. Cowan, I, S.
Welch, Win. Hanklns, Wilson k
ltedlck, A. .1. Clark, Frank Lolllcr,
S. To.er, G. W.Apple, .Tno. Itlchards,
N. F. Accra. .1. II. Gantz, D. T. Par
shall, W. J. Evans, Win. Goodhue,
It. 11. Stovonson, Oscar Foust, J. F.
Colborn, II. Itelmort, Frank Adams,
T. F. Strickland, .1. D. Arnett, Allen
County Democrat, D. It. D. Smeltor,
Ira Patterson and J. L. Arnold.
To the old timers this list is interest
ing as It calls to mind many who wero
formorly good citizens of Iola but
who have died or moved away. And
yet forty of that list aro still living
hero having cither prospered or been
too poor to get away when they want
ed to. Most Iola people wero In tho
latter class along about that time.
And It Is further interesting to noto
that so many of tho men who today
aro leaders in Iola wero leaders then.
They have worked and schemed and
given their money wherover thero
seemed a chauco to do good. Thoy
got bit in tho old machine shops,
dropped monoy In tho carriage fac
tory, lost hard cash in the "marblo
works," nearly despaired in boring
for gas, and their generosity In tho
way of thotr triumph Is noble.
This honor roll should be remem
bered by Iola pcoplo with gratitude.
Thanks From General FunRfou
As reported In tho ItraiSTEit at She
tlmo, tho Knights of Pythias when In
convention hero last Tuesday adopted
resolutions expressing pride in tho
career of thoir brothor, General Fred
erick Funston, and hopo that he
maytsoon bo fully recovered from his
present illness. A copy of theso reso
lutions was sent him and this morn
ing Mr. L. S. Myler of tho local lodge
recolvod tho following acknowledge
ment: SOAIUTT IIOSl'ITAL
Kansas City, Mo., Fob. flV'02
Mu. L S Myi.kk,
My Dear Mylor:
Ploase convoy my thanks to tho
members of tho Knights of Pythias
who sent mo tho resolutions forward
ed with your letter of tho oth.
I am getting along very nlcoly and
shall bo homo In a few days when I
hopo to see you and many other old
The stomach is a larcrer factor in "life.
liberty nnd the pursuit of happiness"
than most people are aware. Patriotism
can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia.
Hie coniirmcu uys
peptic "is fit for
nnd spoils." The
man who goes to the
frout for his country
with a weak stomach
will be a weak
soldier, and a fault
A sound stomach
makes for good citi
zenship as well as
for health and happi
ness. Diseases of the
stomach and other
organs of diges
tion and nutrition
are promptly and
by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery, It
builds up the body
with sound flesh and
"After I received the
advice which you gave me In record to my
trentment," writes Geo. Dorner, lisq., of 1915
l'nlahkl Street, Baltimore, Maryland, I used
your 'Golden Medical Discovery' according to
directions, After using four Iwtflcs I considered
myself cured, hs I have not lelt any nyiuptoms
henrd nf Hint were rood for dvsnenstc
nan iricu almost an rcnicuirti mm
da, but with-
out relief lMnally, I became discouraged,' nnd
wrote to you for advice, with the above result."
The dealer who offers a substitute for
the " Discovery " is only seeking to make
the little more profit realized on the sale
of less meritorious preparations.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send
21 oue-oent stamps for the paper covered
book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound.
Address Dr. R, V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
Interest Krom the County
for tlio Week Which lias
W. A Chogulll's now rosldenco In
Humboldt is noarlng completion.
Mayor Peet Is planning to build La
Harpo's first brick business house.
Tho Humboldt Herald now issues
as a twlco-a-wook, all homo print pa
per, which Is a groat Improvement.
Tho Union wants Humboldt's com
mercial club to sccuro tho services of
a rovlvalist to work on ,ho members.
Hov. N. V. Mooro of Humboldt is
reported as having a tolophono fran
cblso for Morau and to be working on
a good gas woll
farm west of the
Ilrlck Company got
on tho Geo. Work
river: ono of tho best
wolls yet drilled.
Humboldt Union: Itov. h. S. Jones
reports that during tho rovlvals ho
has conducted this winter there havo
been uluoty-thrcu conversions.
Tuesday night Savonburg hold Its
first council meeting with 13. K. Clif
ford of Iola present to 'hoi p. A dog
and a poll tax ordinance wero passed.
Ono wolf hldo Is exhibited at Savon
burg, tropy of "'a big wolf hunt."
"Another will bo pulled oil soon,"
says tho Record, but whether It means
another hldo or another hunt Is not
Humboldt Union: F. W. Fenn lias
severed hfs connection with Win.
Brauoher's hardware store, and went
over to Lallnrpo this week to connect
up tho telephone wires for II. II Jones
who has tho franchise for. that town.
Mr. Fenn will enter the ministry ngain
In tho spring.
Klstu-oro Ivnterprlso: Mr. Jonos
who hat Just purchased tho form
north of town whero tho big"Vittioh"
spring Is located, Is thinking of ay
plying to tho Savonburg city olllcers
for a water franchise nnd piping It to
that placo. This spring is ono of thn
finest in the county and Savonburg
would bo fortunate to have a water
An Hlsmore man refused to list his
farm with Editor Decker, who is nlso
in the roal estate business, but said
ho would bo glad if Decker would
sond him a. buyer and not chargo a
commission. Why is that funny V
Hocauso it applies to another kind of
business tho very methods which peo
ple work on nowspapers.
R. M. Cunningham has formally
announced himself as candidate for
Register of Deeds, t The Moran Her
ald says it undsrstands that J. Q.
Roberts, of LaHarpe, will soon bo
out for county superintendent of pub
lic instruction. Mr. Roberts camo
near getting tho nomination onco bo
foro. Ho is tho editor of tho LuIIarpo
Mr. R. M. Cunningham of Hum
boldt formally pi'ePirea l run for
Register of Deeds cm the Republican
ticket. Tho Humboldt Union gives
him a'nico hondroll, noting his know
ledge of teal oitate, his good education
and oxi client poumimshl p. Mr. Cun
ningham expected to run before and
Is woll known awer the county, having
resided hero nut'.iy years.
Lallarpo New Tho Jjtllurpo Tele
phone Kxchitt;o Company has tho
wires strung iMs week and about 75
phones In. Now it Is in order to say
"Hollo Contva.1." The women folks
aro kicking now because thoy havo no
oxcuso to go. up town.
Lallarpo Nowst Tlio brick company
is putting la tho dry-pan for tho plant,
also work has begun on tho buildings
In which tho muchlnory and so forth is
to bo pluoed.
Lallarpo News: J. R. Miller of Iola
informs us that ho is a candidate for
county attornoy. Mr. Miller's Repub
licanism is of a number ono quality.
Ho was a Republican in Colorado
when it took norvo to bo a Republican.
Ho Is a young man of good moral and
Industrious babits and tbo party can
make no mistako by nominating
HumboHt Union: Mr. and Mrs. E.
II. Loltxbach, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
McCarty, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Dickin
son, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cunning
ham, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Amos and
Miss Irono Hoath wont up to Iola
Monday evening on a sleighing expo
dl 'on. Thoy had E, A. Gleason's pic
nic wagon placed on runners and
pulled by four horses, and had an en
joyablo rldo oxcopt that tho slod was
tlppod ovor on lola's rough strootB
and tho wholo party dumped out, but
ucklly no ono was hurt. Thoy took
supper at tho Pennsylvania hotel bo
foro returning homo.
A Fireman's Close Cull.
"I stuck to my engine, although
ovory joint ached and overy norvo was
racked with pain," writos C. W.
Holluuiy, a locomotive fireman, of
Uurllngtou, Iowa., "I was woak and
palo. without any. appetite and all
run down. As I was about to glvo up,
1 got a bottlo of Kloctrlo Hitters and,
alter taking it, I folt as woll as I ovor
did In my Ufo." Woak, sickly, run
down people always gain now life,
strength and vigor from thoir uso.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteod
I y Kvans Dro's, Prico CO.
7o will pay tlio nbovo rowiird for niiy enso of
Mvcr Coinplnlnt, Dynpupiin, 8lck lkiuliicliC,
Indigestion, Uonntlpntlim or Cosllvciioss wo
cnimot euro Willi Mvcrltfi, tho I'p-To-Dnta
Mttlo Liver Pill, wlicn tbo U.rectlona nro strict
ly compiled Willi. Tlicy nro putely VfKtnblo,
and never fnll to Rlvo entlsfnctloii. Kn boxes
contnln 100 I'llN, 10 boxci contnln 40 l'llls,5o
boxen cnntnln 15 l'llli. Ucwnroof nulutltiitlon.i
nnd Imltntlonn. Scut by mull. StnnipH tnkun.
NG11VITA illiniCAI, CO., for. Cllntou ond
lnck"on bts., Clilcato. I1L Sold bv
Chas B. Sjiencer tt Co.
City Council Meeting
Tho city council met in rogular sos
slon last Thursday.
Tho petition or I. K. Patterson for
permission to raise tho roof of his
building on cast Madison was
A petition for un electric light at
tho corner of Stato and Neosho strcots
was granted and tho lights ordered
Sadlo Miller was granted a
permit to operate a candy stand on
west Madison undor tho Uixiisti:k
stairs at $10 a your.
Georgo C. Ferguson was granted
permission to erect a building on
north JolTorson, a few doors north of
A petition from a number of ladlos
of tho city was received asking that
tho ordinance against spitting on tlio
sidownlks bo enforced. Tho council
granted the petition and instructed tho
mayor to sco that tho ordlnanco on tho
subject bo enforced.
Tho recommendation of Flro Chief
Canatsey that tho city buy an addi
tional 1,000 foot of hose was rcforred
to n committee, they to report at the
A communication from tho Iola
Park Association was received and
discussed and on motion tho city ac
cepted tho park on the conditions
Tho application or T. J. Itullcdgo
to have a meter put on his placo for
tno sale of water was referred to a
An ordinance was ordered" drawn for
a now sidewalk on Ohio street
It was verbal! recommended that!a
temporary walk bo put in on Walnut
street noxt tho Star barn, pond
ing t?i establishment o! a permanent
On motion tho hill or C. G". Walto
for engineering work was rcmrred to a
Tho city attornoy was instructed to
proceed In tho Claudo Lewis caso ns
be sees At.
Tho report of tho wotcr and light
superintendent of tho number of con
sumers and" taps mado for January'
was received nnd filed.
Tho city clerk reported $885.1c occu
pation tax collected; street commis
sioner, $70, poll tax; police judge 532,
H. E. Thomas, gooso neck, 370.87;
wolgtmasterr sale water, 8CO.07;
woighingfees$S.2., for January.
Henry Lamaa was ordered released
from jail on recommendation of police
The' report of tbo street commission
er of cost of walks on tho oast and
north-sides ot tho square was roforred
back tohlm Jor further details.
Tho- auditing coramltteo reported
that 10 found thn report of W. L.
Allison, watw and light superinten
dent, for the quarter ending Deceinbor
15, lUol', correct and it was placed on
The-committee to whom was referred
the nwMcr of issuing A, N. Swigart
an old' soldier license rcportod favor
ing that Instructions bo given tho
clork to chargo tho samo for 11 license
charged other people for the same
Tho bill of W. H. Root far $13 61
was ordered naid. Tho bills- of Fire
Chief for intending llros In. January
and Fobrusry was roforrod' to a com
fno street commissioner- was in
structed to havo tho ccmont walks on
Madison avenue roughoned and mado
It was ordorod that tho uetlng flro
chief bo allowed tho salary of tho chief
whllo noting during tfco lattor's ill
ness. On motion bills wtre allowed as
V I. AIIW011. Jnnunry saUry J7S 00
rOIIowuril " 70 00
Wnrren llott " " 00 00
KBOitnutsoy " " M00
A T ltovcr " 60 00
I) II Jlrower " " 40 00
DMOroHR " " 40 00
3 II llurrls " " 4 00
DEForster " 60 00
Truvls Moi-,0 " " 21 75
W 11 Knnjip " " 60 00
II nThomiis, sale wnter 17 72
.Ino Kvcrluitt " " 7 fit
' " wolclilnt; fees 12 85
W It Ilarton. pollen duty 10 50
V V McClelluliU.lulior 3 78
,1 0 Clark " 1 75
It II Ilrown " 2 81
ChdsI.Uton " 5 00
Iola Pink Association, pilco of park 10 CO
A I. Taylor, lumber DO 78
V. M Iteoit & Oo, 1A00, sup. 00 88
V S curutbey.hnnilry Items fi V8
T J liuthtlBo, IiuuIIdk water !.' 40
V P Plillllpps, Kouvenuer 3 00
P oHowuitl.struw 153
crano & co kiih plpo vj 85
IjLP.Illott, labor 3 81
O. O. MoCarty, Mnltlilnit 28 30
II. It. WorthlnK'toii.watorinoters 01.31
J. II. Hook, labor 19.71
N. Y. Coupling a-, noile 30 00
.1. A I.aiiKilon, pollua duty 1,25
0. S. Hitter, printing 9,75
C'urupboll& Ilurrell, morulinnillso 1,05
A.T. Orth, bay 20.28
IC. O, Pliunblni? co taps 28 60
W M. Knnppi cxpenso 4.65
W. I., Allison, expense 10.11
J W. coutant, lnorohuiidl.so 4 07
V a. canatsey, firemen in 60
Stockholders' Responsibility, $500,000.00.
Mary E. Northrup
L. L. Northrup
J. H. Vannuys
L. A. Northrup
Wo solicit 'your buslnoss and will at
all times grant accommodations con
sistent with safo banking.
Bank of Allen County I
jj Iola, Kansas.
9 ! " 1 1 1 I
Geo. A. Bowlus,
Mrs. W. M. Hartman,
Thos. h. Bowlus,
A. H. Campbell,
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KAN8A8 CITY, MO.
Thou Shalt Not Spit
On tho ordlnanco books in this city
is an ordlnanco which makes It a mis
domeanor for pooplo to oxpoctorato on
tho sldowalks. Tho punlslimont is ar
rost and tho imposing of a lino "not to
exceed six dollars for each offense."
For some roason tho ordlnanco has
remained a (load letter, but tho woinon
of Iola havo decided that it ought to
bo resurrected. Thoy havo mado a
request of tho city council that the
ordlnanco bo put into effect, so you
mlghtbegin nowlpractlclng swallowing
Thoro aro sovoral reasons why this
is a good idoa. Cloanllnoss is next to
godliness and it is certainly a shamo
to havo tho handsome, twenty foot
paremonts Hooded with saliva and
tobacco julco, through which ladled
must wado whllo shopping. Tho tip
pearanco of tho town will bo Improved,
n dangor to tho health of tho cominu
nlty removed and, last but not loast, a
respectful consideration shown tho
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J. II. Vannuys,
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A Now Plpo Line.
Chanuto Is tho hoadquartors of a
big plpo lino company which has just
boon granted a charter by tho Stato
charter board. It is known as tho
Kansas and Toxas Oil, Gas and Plpo
Line Carapany. It Is capitalized at
$1,000,000 und tho stock is largoly
owned by parties In Illinois and
Springfield, Mo. Tho object of tho
company is to dovolop oil und gas
wolls and plpo tho product to largo
towns and rollnorlos, Tho main stock
holders aro C. D. Martin of Chanute,
Frank Hobllt of Lincoln, 111., and S.
II. Martin of Waynosvlllo, 111. Koch
of thoso hold 150,000 sharos of stock.
Tho total amount of stock Is one mil
II. Seover, a carpenter and builder
of Kenton, Tenn,, when sulTcring in
tonsoly from un uttackof bilious colic,
sout to a nearby drug storo for some
thing to relievo him. Tho druggist
sent him a bottlo of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
three doses of which oUeoted a per
manent euro. This Is the only romody
that can bodoponded upon In tho most bo-
ere cases of colic and cholera morbus.
Most druggists know this und recom
mend It when btiuh a mcdlcino Is called
for. For salo by W. L. Crabb fc Cp
Campboll & Durrol.
Chanuto Is In tho midlst of 11 poul
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