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THE TOLA. BEGISTER FBIDAY; AUGUST 22 1903
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sebtemher 2-3-4-5, 9 Si
Of Course You're Going!
RTICULTURE, f LORICULTURE. ETC.
Specimens From Arts and Crafts. Every Product of the Soil Produced. Everything and Everybody Will Be There.
The Daily Talk of Everybody. Choice Household Products. This Year the Best, Excellent Premiums.
EXCURSION RATES. BOSS RACES. ' SPECIAL MUSIC.
Di st. no. ait
Mario More, Correspondent,
Aug 17 Thoro will bo preaching at
Fair View Sunday ovenlng Aug 24.
Wlnnlo Haymaker of Pittsburg and
Emma Scantlin or Lcauna took dinner
with Fannloand Mario More last Wod
nosday. Also Mrs Ingols of Loanna
and Nettle Burgo of Topoka called
Mrs Tharp was sewing at Mrs
Cation's last Thursday.
Ada and Klllo Gibson visited their
cousin Km ma Scantlin last Monday.
Mrs More- and daughters Ruth and
Stella visited Granama Rhodes last
Mrs Walquist and Mrs Olson called
at Mr Swan Olson's last Monday
Cieu Hurtli, correspondent.
August 17 Mr Sarvcr Is on the sick
Mrs E T Thayer and Mrs Arnold
and daughter wore calling in this
vicinity Tuosday of last week.
James Rily has rcccntlr added an
addition to his house.
Wo overlooked an important Item
which should havo gono in last week,
Tho school board of l'rairlo Doll has
hired Miss Kdna Bull of Iola to teach
a six months term of school beginning
Monday, September 15.
Bort Japhet is working for Mr
Tho Snyder boys put up Frank
Campbell's hay this year.
F J Horton has put up a largo barn
on his hay land southwest of tho
school house where ho will storo baled
Tho wild grass is very hoavy this
yoar, making a Ion or ovor to tho
Mr E Love, of Iola spent Saturday
and Sunday with his frlond W T
There will bo an ico croam Boclal at
Frairlo Doll school houso Tuesday
ovo the 10th. Tlioproceods to go to
ward tho purchaso of a now organ.
Mr Hlnklo has traded his old buggy
for a now ono.
Aug. 17 Mrs E F Thayer and Mrs
Arnold and daughtor woro calling in
this vicinity Tuosday of last wcok.
James Rlloy has roccntly added an
addition to his houso.
Wo overlooked an important Item
which should havo gono In last wcok.
Tho school board of l'rairlo Doll has
hired Miss Kdna Ball, of Iola as
toachor to teach a six month school
boginning Sopt. lfi.
MrsOso M.ilcom Correspondent.
Aug. 10 Mrs Dannat was in Yatos
Center Wednesday on business.
Mrs Innos.has been qulto sick this
Elslo Stratton rcturnod Monday
from a six weeks visit at Tnron, Kan
sas. Wm. Bashor was in tho Territory
this weok soiling mill goods.
T W Gardner was in Ottawa this
woek on business.
Will McAlister has boon very low
with typhoid fover but wo aio glad to
noto ho is slowly improving.
Mrs S P Harness and daughter Ola,
arrived Mcnday from Colorodo to
visit he. , 's Mr and Mrs MoWil
liams. Miss Leila Sain will toach In the
Cbanuto city schools this wlutor.
J Bishop and wife arc- in Chicago
this weok. Mrs Bishop will visit rola
tires in Powaukce, Wis.
jus Swan and wlfo aro homo
from St. Louis whero thoy had boon
visiting hlu parents. Mr Swan has
charge of J Bishop's storo during his
BEAD" THE WEEKLY REGISTER FOR ALL THE NEWS
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Mrs A T Wolford has been confined
to the houso this weok on account of a
sovoro sprained auklo.
Tho ladles society of tho Presby
terian church havo tho oxcluslvo
dinning hall privileges durlngthoOld
Settlers' and Old Soldiers' Rounlon.
Mlsso9 Klma and Graco Woodford
of Rockford, 111., woro tho guosts of
tho Missos Sain from Friday until
Tho Social given by tho W. C. T.
U. Friday ovenlng at tho homo of Mrs
Bldwoll was fairly well attouded.
Tho ladles cloarod 812.
Jas. Roynolds rcturnod Thursday
from an extended visit with his son la
Mrs Sponcor of St. Louis, Mo., who
has been visiting tho Ilordmans wont
to Yatos Ccnlor Saturday to visit
Tho meetings of tho Holiness people
aro being well attended.
Dr. Perry Williams and wife are
visiting Mrs Carrie Williams and
Miss Edna Bronglo.
Mrs C Fender and children Tisltod
hor sistor Mrs S Roush tho lattor part
of the weok.
Lou Roush and wlfo visited E
Hutchinson and wife Sunday.
Ida Matilda Golllor, the cloven
yoar old daughtor of Mr and Mrs
John Golllor, died Tuosday aftornoon
Tilllo had been sick about a wcok with
typhoid fovor and was not thought to
b dangerously 111 until tho sudden
change canio. Sho was tho prlelo and
darling of tho household and tho par
ents uro hoart-soro at hor taking
away. Funoral scrvlcos wore held at
the houso Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock conducted by Rov Wharton
Tho body was taken to Owl Crook
comotery for Intormont. Mr and Mrs
Golllor and family havo the deepest
sympathy of a largo clrclo of friends
in their sad hour of allllctlou,
Mrs. It iMtott, Correspondent'
Aug. 18 J Rumbol has moved to
his farm just northwest of town.
Sovoral littlo friends holpcd Stolla
Crook colobrato her birthday last
Merle Caldwoll went to Klucald last
weok Wednesday. Sho will visit in
Lono'.Khn boforo returning homo.
W A Ross mado a business trip to
Iola last Friday. Ho has sold his
farm noar Bayard to a Mr Jouos from
) I) Lacoy Is making oxtonslvo al
terations and Improvements in tho
Augustine houso which ho purchased
somo time ago,
Juntos JoTvoll, accompanied by his
cousin Ruth Jowoll, returned to But
lor last Friday aftor spending ilvo
wooks with rolatlvos in Moran.
Mrs S F Brasloy was agreeably sur
prised last wcok, Tuosday by a morry
party of friends who canio to spend
tho ovontng with her and to colobrato
Mrs Charley Wilson of LaTIarpo
drovo down Saturday to moot "Grand
ma Wilson" who had boon to KInoald.
While hero thoy called on Mrs Mc
Glashan. Tho sccopd gas woll had cavod so
badly that all thought of doopor drill
ing was ahandonod. Thoy aro now
drilling about a quarter of a mllo from
W J RumboJ's oil woll, on land re
cently purchasod by Mr Holmes.
Qutncy Lacoy was so much better
that he was In town last woek Tuos
day, but has slnco sufforod a rolapso.
Ho is oncomoro gaining. Mrs Lacoy 's
convalosconco Is vory slow.
Tho addition to Goorgo Morrison's
houso will add much to the comfort
and convenience of tho occupants.
Ono of tho most marked Improvo
monts on Cedar) street is II B Smith's
new brick implomont building. He
has moved his stock Into It and will
much onioy his commodious now
For Premium List mid othor information address,
Pres. C X-I. VI-IlSiVXOlXr, Sec'y.
Mr and Mrs II M Cllnesmlth on
tholr way to visit rolatlvos In Linn
county last Friday woro tho guosts of
Almlra Bassctt. Mr Cllnesmlth Is
principal of tho Gas public school.
George Ross, though much bettor of
his rheumatism, Is not able to resume
work, so ho has resigned tho position
he so well filled in tho R. R. olllco at
Last week Monday a littlo daughter
was born to Mr and Mrs C C Thomas
and tho woo maiden was welcomed
with the utmost warmth and cordial
ity. In loss than three days Ho who
lent littlo Adelino to thoso happy par
ents camo and took her again to him
self, leaving them In a home that will
ovor bo duarer bocause sho has shared
it, but ovor shudowod by tho lonllnoss
that will only bo lightened whou they
jolu.hor in that homo whore thoro Is
no parting and whoroGod wipes away
all tears. An unusually largo clrclo
of friends sympathlzo with Mr and
Mrs Thomas in tholr soro borcavc
merit. A littlo aftor noon last Saturday
tho sad nows of tho death of Sam
O'Hara was circulated through town.
Mr. O'Hara had been ill a long tlmo
and had sulTorcd terribly. In fact ho
has novcr been well slnco ho returned
from tho Phlllj plnos, where ho sorved
in tho 20th Kans.ua. iThrough all thaso
long months ho has been patient and
cheerful and has beon rainlstored to
by loving friends who did all in their
power for his comfort. The funeral
at tho Christian church was largo, the
old soldiers taking part in a portion
of the services. Tho remains were
laid to rost In tho Moran cemotery.
Tho entire community fool that they
havo suffered a loss in tho death of Mr
O'Hara, and sympathise deeply with
tho aHllctod family.
Mm. Klllin Correspondent
Mr Tom Woods lias a now disk
Low Is Johnson and wlfo loft
week for Oklahoma whero they
make tholr fututn homo.
Missos Ruby and Huth Woods,
Hael Bacon and Grnco Eflln spent
Thursday afternoon with Miss Pearl
JelTrios it being her ninth birthday.
Candy, lomouadu pud cako were
Halph Laruo was in Humboldt Mon
Mrs Mattocs has been on tho sick
list for a few days.
Wayno Wright bought two colts of
Goorgo Ford was running four
mowing machines yesterday.
Mr Miller, of Savonburg, was in
this neighborhood yostorday buying
Thomas Van Nice, Correspondent
Aug. 10 Anothor lino rain Mon
day. Mrs Dyor will havo a cattlo sale
John MolTett left for Illinois last
Friday. He concluded ho had about
enough of Kansas.
Mr and Mrs WoodrufT attended tho
lco cream social at Jas. Wilsons'
south of tho Creok Saturday evening.
Mr Conklln helped Mr Moon mako
hay last weok.
Ray DoWltt and Tom Cullon hauled
C K Garrison had a colt cut on tho
barbed wiro Sunday.
Johnnlo Van tfico has hired to
Grandpa MolTott for a while.
Wo rcclovod tho roport that tho lit
tlo baby of Mr. Carlston, which was
taken to Chanuto is having a lino
home and gottlng along nlcoly and
tho lady who has tho baby Is very
proud of It.
SOUTH MAPLE GROVE AND CEN.
Aug. 18 A number of this vlolnlty
attondod tho addresses given by
Messrs Earl AinoldJ and R H Bennett
at Fair VIow.
.i wiAt, jjkauvfj Mi'. WiffefeCaiW,'fwtw
Mrs Art Diamond Is quite sick at
Frod Hottcnstein and Albert Plopor
had their lap robes taken from tholr
buggies Sunday ovenlng while in
Mr and Mrs Ross and Mr and Mrs
McWilllans and children of Iola wore
tho guests of O II Lash'B and Clara
Butts a fow days lust wcok.
Thero was a party at Mr Shlrfiold
last Saturday night. An excollcnt
tlmo is reported.
Fred and Archie Hottonstoin spont
Friday ovenlng with Mr Plopor's
young people. ' .
I'Mna Fostor spent Saturday night
with Ada Gibson In Scotland.
Gorlio and Oscar McCollum woro
guosts of Russoll HotteuBtein and wife
Last Sunday night somo tholvos
visited Mr Hottonstcln'.s henhousoand
stolo noarly ahundrod young chickens.
J M Russoll 'and wife Sundaycd at
Mas. T. W. Jones, Correspondent.
Aug 10 Theo Robinson of Iola,
ono of Allen county's graduates from
tho State Normal visited with Dot
Jonos a fow days last woek,
Tho llax is not all threshed yet but
hay harvest is In full blast In many
placos, andcommon wild hay la, many
peoplo say, making two tons to tho
Yo scrlbo and daughter,
panlcd by little Ina Johnson,
visited with tho family (of Fountain
mack Saturday and attended tho
funoral of Sum P O'Hara at Moran
Sunday. Wo noticed a numborof tho
oltlzons of Iola woro present to pay
tho last sad tribute of respect to one
of Allen county's horoos, whoso name
will go down In history along with
that of the bravo boys of tho 20lh
Mrs J Q Tcflt of Emporia Is hero
this wcok visiting hor parents.
Wo had tho ploasuro of reading a
very Interesting letter from Mrs A L
Taylor of Iola, now In Colorudo with
hor family, and tholr friends all OTer
tho county will bo glad to kno.v that
Mr Taylor's health Is improving
Another lino rain Monday nlghc In
this part of tho county.
Tho wcods will no doubt bo much in
tho way but thoso lino rains will holp
tho wheat farmers to get tho soil In
lino condition for that crop.
Physician ami Druggie (a.
Ford Si Sturgeon, a prominent drug
linn at Rocky Hill Station, Ky.,
writos: "Wo woro requested by Dr.
(J. B. Snlgloy to send lor Uerblno for
tho benlllt of our customers. Wo or
dered throo dozen In December, and
wo aro glad to say, Horblno has given
such great satisfaction that wo havo
duplicated the order thico timos, uud
today wo gavo your salesman another
order. Wo beg to say Dr. G. B,
Snlgloy takos ploasuro in rccommfnd1
ing Horblnr.." f.Oij bottlo at C. B
Sponcer & Co.'.s
Vlss l'emlKlnrkoy, Correspondent.
Aug. 10. Mr MoAllcrty and family
visited their daughtor, Mrs Ladd of
Mound Valloy, Saturday night.
Mr and Mrs Linzy spont Saturday
night and Sunday at Chanuto with
Mrs Llnzy's mothor who Is not
oxpoctod to llvo.
Miss Nannlo IColloy and littlo sistor
Sundayed with tho Ivy girls of Maplo
Wost MoAITorty Is on tho sick list.
Mr Gohoby sold his plaro last week
and Is moving Mr Kolloy's pluco now.
Sovoral of tho (Tony Point peoplo
attended ISunday School at Prairie
Mr. and Mrs. Kolloy spont Sunday
aftornoon at Mr Starkoy'B. Rov.
Klrkpatrlck and little daughter, also
Miss Eva Rogers is assisting Mrs,
Kolloy with hor work this woek.
WUUo Starkey and Arthur Kelloy
with tholr pardnore wero over oast of
Humboldt to Jeddo, Sunday.
it til. A.uLUiJt.HtMaiAilVl.'M
The Ico cream social at Mr Wilson's
Saturday night wus woll uttonded.
Tho proceeds amounted to $12.00.
I. M. IliiANUH.siiuKii, Correspondent,
Aug. 11). We had a nice rain Mon
Miss N'olllo Broughton spont Satur
day In Bronson with Miss Sophia
Mrs. Lllllo Flllory and children, of
Moran spent Sunday withher parents,
Mr and Mrs S D Brandenburg.
Bort Hamilton spent Saturday night
with his cousin, Flndley Holms.
Wallaco Hall thrashed his Uax Sat
urday and Mr Will MoFarland
thrashed Monday. Mr Kinnle did tho
Miss Mabel Edson is visiting her
aunt, Mrs Will Shank in Rronson
Mrs Harry Shank and son Gordon,
of Iola, aro visiting Mrs L B Shank
und daughter, Georgia, at present.
'Mr Sam Helms huvo a now $100
Georgia and Ida Bioughton spent
Sunday afternoon with Lela McFar
Mm KMo Slaok, conoipowlcnt
Aug 21 Johli McClaln was through
this vicinity a short tlmo ago visiting
with old friends. Ho was on his way
to Arkansas to sea his sistor Mrs
Wllllo Justice wont to Oswego on
Thursday of last week. He w.ll visit
his relatives and tuko In old Soldiers
Reunion and it bolng his old homo.
Hocertalulywlll havo adolightful tlmo
at; Ioast we hopojio.
Mrs Carrlo Purcell's youngest sis
tors, Edith Taylor, is visiting hor.
Hor only brother camo but ho staid
only a short time. It has been yoars
slnco Carrlo has soon hor brothor and
MrsThoinas und children returned
to their home in Kansas City on Thurs
day of last week.
Roslo Kipp who has been visiting
hor parents hero departed for hor
homo in Wichita last Saturday morn
ing. Wm Brown was in Plqua Wednes
day. Ho has just completed a four
yoar courso at the stato normal.
Alta Beatty wont to Iola Wednes
day to attond tho rounlon.
DIckcrson Bros & Hollorn loaded
sovoral car loads of hay horo last
A latully by tho namo of Wlckorson
unloaded tholr furnlturo and farming
Implements one daj last weok. Wo
did not loarn whoro thoy wero from.
Miss Ida Barnliart returned home
last Saturday ovo from an 'extended
visit to Oregon.
Jas Purcoll and Wm Grogman wont
to Gas City last Tuesday.
M'jS Fannio Graham wont to Moran
Tuosday ovo and roturnod Wednosday
Mrs. Carrlo Purcoll was takon vory
sick Sunday ovo. Dr Wharton in at-'
Miss Annlo Bricggman wns pro
nounced Insano and takon to 'tho asy
lum Wednesday morning. Mr Briegg
inan, Mr Holmann and tho shorill'
went with hor. Herman B. und Miss
Agglo Holmann went as fur as Yates
Miss Boll ltcynolds, correspondent.
Aug, 10. Mrs. Balr, of Chauuto,
was visiting friends In this vicinity
A fow from this vicinity attended a
party at Mr Schurflolds noar Prairie
Vlow last Saturday night.
Yo scribo and mothor and Mrs Bln
gor Bpont last Thursday at Mr Fos
ter's, noar Maplo Grove.
Rov Bboo preached at Center Grovo
last Sunday night.
Bollo Thunoy is staying with her
sistor, Mrs Roynolds, near Fair Vlow.
There wns a party at Arthur WU
bdr's last Saturday night,
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Mrs Shlglov and Mrs Cochran and
son Orlin aro on tho sick list.
C. I,. Ajinold, Correspondent.
Aug 20 Mr Evorly mado anothor
trip to Missouri last week.
Dr and Mrs Jones, brothor and
slstcr-ln-law of Arthur Jones, camo
up from Altooua recently and visited
friends horo and at Iola.
By tho uso of paper and paint tho
interior of Salem Chapel has been re
newed In appoaranco.
R II Bennett of Iola will lecturo to
the young peoplo at Salem 'church
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Every person in tho neighborhood is
urged to be prosont.
Kollte Harding of this place has
contracted to loach tho Allen Center
Iola teamsters havo beon hauling
supplies to tho Culbertson farm whero
a gas woll will be sunk at once,
r.m.4 CuNMNomu, Correspondent.
Aug 20 Van Soymour uud wlfo
visited Mrs Ed Poyor, who has been
very sick, last Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Kelso entertained a
number of tholr friends and served Ico
cioam Saturday evoning.
Mr and Mrs Hurry Stowart of Cha
nute visited Mr Woodard's last Sat
urday and Sunday. Miss Magglo ac
companied them homo for a week's
Mr and Mrs Hondcrson visited rola
tlvos noar old Klsmoro Sunday.
Mr Rhluohurt and crow aro thresh
ing in our noighborhood.
Mr Walker's visited Mrs Frcston
noar Golden Valloy.
Mr (Jamblo has beon hired to teach
our school of sovon months this year.
Katlo Kamplng attended tho Y P C
U convention at Virgil recently.
Ivlo Hall of Iola will toach Jeddo
school this winter.
Quito a party from horo attended a
party at Mr Chltwood's noar Hum
boldt slnco our lust,
Hurry Frouk of Sulein pusses
through Bethel ovory Sunduy evening.
Wo wonder why? And ho ulways goes
Wo hear that Ellas Rhoads will
soon raovo to Humboldt. We aro
sorry to havo thorn loavo our com
U. W. I.i'.jiastek, Correspondent.
Aug 20 Tho rain Monday and
Tuesday nights mado tho farmers ro
jolco. Jesslo Caldwoll is still quite sick
Mrs Rulo and daughters, who havo
boon visiting Mrs Dudloy, returned to
their homo in Oklahoma Tuesday.
S T Rykor and wlfo went to Iola
yesterday to attend the reunion. Thoy
expected to stay all weok.
Rov J W Doughty and family will
go to Ohio this week und from thoro
will go to Now York whoro thoy will
probably locato for awhllo.
Tho young folks had a purty at Wm
VoIo's lust night. A Inumber woro
out from Iola.
Mr E L Smith was ablo to ride to
Thoro will bo qulto a good doal of
wheat sowed In this township this fall,
Fertlltzor will bo sowod with It.
A Worm Klllor.
J. A. J, Montgomery, Pu.xlco,
Wayno Co., Mo., wrltos: "I have lit
tlo twin girls, who havo been bothered
with worms all tholr llvos. I tried
ovorythlng to roliovo them which
failed until I used White's Cioam
Vormlfugo; tho llrst two dosos brought
four worms from ono of thorn, tho
noxt two dosos, twolvo, ono of them
measuring twolvo Inches; tho othor
child was only rollovcd offour worms.
It is un oxcollentmedlclno." Whlto's
Cream Vormlfugo is good for chil
dren. It not only destroys worms, It
holps tho child to perfect growth,
wurds off sickness. 25c at C. B.
Spencer is Co.'a.
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