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THE lOuA. BRanTER, FRIDAY AUGUST 22, 1002
T,- W J r V
Samuel O'llara. One of tlio Pest niul
Hrnvcst, Died at Jloruu Last
A telephone nies9ne;o from Mornn
last Hal unlay brought itho wad news
that Sam o'llara died at 2:lf0
Ham was long u resident of Moran
whoro ho was u .carpenter boforo tlio
Spanish war hroko out. Ho was al
ways Urn plcturo of hoalth until ho
went to tlio Islands. Whan ho returnod
ho was lirokon In hoalth and lias
never boon ablo to, roaumo his ocoti
patlon Blnco. Consumption devel
oped aud ho has had a long gtrugglo
for llfo. Granted a small ponslou by
tho government and succeeding in
drawing a claim in tho Oltlohomulaud
tone ry, ho still was too weak to uso
tlio niiiius thus at his command to
travel In search of health. Tho end
has not been unexpected for months,
but tho soldier bad a lirm determina
tion to get well anil showod such sur
prising strength and cheerfulness that
his friends had como to hopo against
hopo that a change- would eorao and
ho would recover.
But tho end oamo Saturday and
Allon county has another soldier who
pavo up his hfo when duty called? Ho
was not only a atoady, obedient sol
dier but ho was a comrado who helped
all his companions in the timo of need.
No member of Company I of tho Twen
tieth Kansas was more tenderly ro
parded than was Sam O'llara.
Tho f unei ul services was hold last
Sunday at 2 o'clock from tho Chris
tian church in Morau. Tho sorvlcos
were in chargo of Neosho Lodge,
K. of IV, of Iola, of which he was a
member, and tho funeral sermon was
preached by Ilev. Mr. Cash.
Parsons Wants In tho 1eaffiic
Parsons Sun: The I'arsons haso
ball enthusiasts havo tho past few
days boon thinking seriously of mak
ing an ellort to procure a frunchiso
from tho Missouri Valloy League and
to put a llrst class team of bail play
ers in 1'jrsons ne.t season. It is
possible that either Clianute or Tola
will not havo a franchise noxt season,
and if tho proper steps aro tuken at
the proper timo thero is no reason
why I'arsons could not obtain a
franchise. Itisthuconeetisuiof opinion
tint but littlo dillleulty would be met
with in organizing a company that
would furnish botli tho capital to
purcliaso iho franchUo and build a
suitable park. Tlieio aro a great
number of admit crs of tho national
gamo in Parsons and It Is vory proba
ble that a I'arsons team will bo found
in tbo Missouri Valley League noxt
Trump lias Heart Trouble.
A colored woman living in the wost
part of town discovered a strango
wluto man very ill in an old desetted
shack near the Santa Po stock yards.
Who notified the uuthorltlos and Dr.
Hondireks was called.
The man said his name is Warron,
that he is a native of Now York, but
has no rolatlves and no friends. Ills
homo Is "everywhere," and ho seems
to be a provisional tramp. The doc
tor found him to bo very noarly dead,
his heart beating one hundred and
eighty (Ho tlmos per mlnuto, and each
beat shaking his whole framo. It Is a
very unusual condition and gonorally
rosults quickly in death. Tho man
wa removed to tho hospital whero ho
Is somewhat Improved but not yet out
Lnllnrpo Water Works.
Li IiiijC N'pwh:
Tlio wator works plant was tosted
this week so far as it could bo now,
and was found to be up to tho expecta
tion of all concerned. Not a leak was
found in the wholo line and tho on-
glno and pump worked to perfection.
Tho city usos Its own gas to run tho
engine. Tho tower and the tank aro
ready to ship to Lallarpo from tho
factory. It Is expected that it will bo
hero soon and it will not take long to
put it up. W. W. Cojic & Souls a
iirm that fulfills ovory part of a con
tract they enter into. There has not
been a hitch of any kind botweon tho
oity and thoso people.
'lho Hapgood Disc gang plow will
do the best work with toss draft, and
gljvos you better satlfactlon than any
plow fiat you ovor used. I will ox
hlblt this plow whenovor doslrod.
E. I. Crowisll, Agont
Iito lies tho Intry him a-licd,
. frosty, Uot j sh eiiy-henil;
JHliikt hut un hour or two: uml then,
A blooit rod oruuifO, sots ,ii;.iln.
licforc tlio Htursh io li n tlmhlilos,
At iiinrninif In the d u U I i Kc
Ami r.tilvcilui'ii un 11 il.eilmwi,
lly tin cold o itidli 1 j l ho Hid ilrom
('tosi bvihe joilvlm I mi
l'o wurin ruv froi i i i hit
or with u rolnilei i mi I r iil'iie
1'ho colder oouuti i r mul tin iloor
Whento Knout, mv nuicdoili wrap
Mom nil cuinfortoi iukI imp,
The oolil wlntl l,liimn nice unit UIowh
Its fiosty pepper In mr irnw.
Wllliiolt 01 o my M0P "i flvt"' 'l
lTUIoli IjIowh mv fiosty hreiitli iiurimd;
And trees und Ihiuho, und hill nnd I.iko,
Ate fiostcd lilio it wedding eulio.
Until it Louts Stovcnson,
Bdckoyo churns at Coutant's.
HERE AND Til lilVA
Horntto Mr. and Mrs. John Wollor,
a baby girl.
L. P. Palmer wont to Chicago to
buy roods for Itamsay Bros. & Co.
Mr. and Mis. N. Hunklns retttrnod
from Prodonla whero they havo been
for sovoral days.
John Dalloy who has been hero
visiting his brother Amos returned to
his homo in Chicago.
Mrs. J. S. Wobb retumod to her
homo in Humboldt after a visit hero
with Mr. W. L. nartols.
Miss Kthol Qaddls camo down from
Geneva for a ivlslt with her cousins
tho chlldron of John King.
Miss Carrto Prlbothand Ajlsa Nollio
Iteod havo gono to St. Louis on a
iiilllluory buying excursion.
J. A. Harris and wife who hae
been visiting ills brother roturned to
their home in Orcnolu, Kansas.
Mrs. It. A. Edgar and daughters
Uoborta and Ada loft, for Los Ango
los, Call., whoro thoy will spend a
Mrs. Johnson who has been hero
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
V. Zolnnr, returned to her homo in
Purcell, I. T.
A businoss man from Utiroka was In
town L'Yldayaud stated that tho excel
lent Hat-oka band is planning to coma
to Iola on Labor Day.
The Chanuto council advertiso3 tho
appraisement mado for the paving of
Main stroet. Chanulc is going to
pave. Whoro Is Iola's petition to
Ills friends will bo sorry to learn
that L. D. Moody, who won many
friends heto during a brief slay while
toprosenting tho Now York Life, is ill
in a Kansas City hospital.
Ed. Mundis, one of the employees
of tho Lanyon 'Ana Company who re
cently wont to Nebraska after a wife
has ruturnod and is now at homo to
his friends at 1)01 North Washington
Tho Sunday School solicitors of tho
Christ Kelormcd ch Teh and somo of
the older heads had a picnic down at
I vlvorslde park Friday. Thoy took
plenty of good things to oat and spent
a very enjoyable day.
Humboldt Herald: Itov. Oatublo
who wasto,havo preached at tho M. K.
church yesterday morning, was takon
sick on tho train while on his way horo
and was tinablu to finish Ills journey.
Ho Is at prosent In the hospital in
Tno cortafn news has been recelvod
from Ottawa that tho line band of that
placo, forty-two pieces, will bo here
on labor day to contest for the prizes.
Tho Chetopa band is also planning to
come. With plenty of bands thero
will bo no danger of failing to got a
Tho city has mado a new rulo about
the breaking of street light globules.
When this happens now, it will bo
tuken for granted that the boys of the
neighborhood havo done tho brouttlng
and the lamp will be left unrepaired
until tho globe is paid for. In this
way it Is hoped "to mako overybody in
town a detectlvoto protect tho lights
nearest thorn. .
Tho forco at work stringing wiro
for tho now light sotvlco has noarly
finished preparations for Bervlng the
business district. The demand at
present seems : to be for additional
arc lights, half a dozen boing wanted.
It is oxpectod that somo now in tsu
will glvo way to Incandescent lights.'
Tho Our Way, for instance., will put
in thirty-seven smalt lights.
Humboldt Horald: John Til so has
at his shop a couple of curiosities,
whloh ho got while lsitlng at tho lato
home of his mother. They uro steel
mill: pitchers, 8110108 woio used In
tho old country before the introduc
tion of cliinawara and j ottory. Those
two spoclmons are over llfty joars old
and aro vory valuable. Mr. Uilso has
ref i.d an oflor of $50 for them.
A lottor from State Superintendent
Frank Nelson saju that in view of tlio
recont decision of Judgd Hook in tho
matter of the now tot books adoptod
by the btato, for uniformity in all tho
countlos, tho supply for Allen county(
should bo horo before fcoptcmbor. In
quiry at tho book storos dovolops tho
fact that tho books nro already arriv
ing. Somo of tit's tountry behools
open September 1.
Mrs. 1-ras us iUelurdion hit last
Tuesday for Madison, Wis.,
whero she will mako hor homo with a
younger slstor, h r3. A hlte. Mrs.
Hlchardso 1 is almost helploss, but
will bo assisted on hor trl oast by
relatives now hc-i'3 visiting hor. Sho
and her husban I c amo to.Allon county
In 180") unl hornostoaded a I arm onst
of Iola, and thU has loon her homo
almost continuously since then.
Tho RuaiSTr.it Is In rccelit of a
lengthy communication iron somo in
divldal whi In wotryinar because ho
Is not gool look! lg and because thoro
aro so many old muids in Iola. Tho
coramunicatlgn is for publication, of
course, bu'. it s unsigned and thoro Is
ifn Ironclad (tile in thlsollleo that no
unsigned letters ba printed. If any of
tho old maids would iiko to seo tho
letter thoy nitty do so by applying
horo at unco.
(mmssssssa q fsssssmMS
fel ir 1. 1 crrvTTc Rl
11 yuu micwuuw jvui 1 j
EMULSION would build you
up, increase your weight,
I strengthen your weak throat
anu lungs ana put you in con
dilion for next winter, you
would begin to take it now.
hend for trie f-imnle. ntid trvlt
SCOTT &BOWNE, ChomlstSi
r. 409 411 1 curl niiLti, icw luiib, ci
(St yx. ntultt.oo, nil dmnstsu. xfl
Mrs. Kllabeth Smith, of Hurkctt,
Ind, who has been hero visiting Mr.
and Mrs, J. I'. .Tucoby went to Colony
for 11 few days visit.
Geo. Hedoll has commenced wotkvht
tho Famous and will tiao cbarge of
tho decorating and advertising. He
will make Mr., HetahkowlU a valuable
II. Steyor returned from Colorado
whoro ho has been spending tho hot
month. His folks rather llko tl 0 placo
and will not return for some time.
OHn Steinman returnod with him.
Mr. and Mrs. C. IT. Whonton and
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ponslor returnod
tost week from Salt Iako City
where they attended tho big Klk meet
ing. Thoy report a largo crowd and a
Tho new letter heads of tho Iola
Portland Cement Company havo at
tholr top the name of Lewis L. North
aup, Vice President. Mr. L. II. ttas
sett is president und it is proper that
an tola man should bo well up on tho
Miss Betlha Noucls, of Giasoo,
Kans., Is hero visiting Miss Iltutto
Olmstoad and Mr. und Mrs. William
Knapp. She is a daughter of tho man
who was Mr. Knapp's "bunky" dur
ing tio Civil War and hor welcome
was theroforo most cordial.
Humboldt Union: We understand
thero will be an Independent telophono
lino put in this fall between Chanute,
Humboldt and tola. Thero Is con
siderable dissatisfaction with tho line
in operation at present, and opposi
tion will be nocossary to get good ser
vice. numboldt Union: The city of Clia
uulo I111B dually como to the tionclusion
that it wants the street rail .vuy, and
has granted a franchUo to the Cha
nute and Iola intor-urban railway,
giving them all they asked. Last
week tho promoters of the railway had
about given up, thinking Chanute
didn't want the rnllwuy. It is now up
to tho tnter-iirbau company, and if
they go ahoad with it tlio work will
likely commence Boon.,
Tho very tedious wotk of uncoiling
tho burned-out wires in tho generators
at tho power house and colling the
new wires in place was finished last
Friday and the street oars re
sumed operation noxt morning. Tho
streets havo Boomed rather empty and
quiet without tho big oars and the
clanging bells and a surprisingly
largo number of people havo found
the absence of tho curs most incon
venient. Such a mishap ns stopped
the cars will seldom hitppon.
The Chanute Sun in a lengthy article
tells of the progress mado by tho
Neosho Vnlley Oil Company. That is
the ono in which so many Iola men
aro Interested. It was tho first to sell
oil to the Standard and now lias thir
teen wells finlbhed and three more bo
lug drilled. The company is credited
with having expended -some IN 0,000
and to be planning an added oxpeuse
of 7,000 for a tine pumping plant
which will deliver all its oil to the
Standard. Then it is iiopcd tho
dividends will begin coming tho right
Constable Charlie llahn Satucday
laid hands on u colored gentleman
named Iko MoQInnls. Shortly bofore
ho took into tow blook John Doe, lov
ingly known by bis friends us
"Texas." Tito two wero arrested for
stealing tho silverwnro trom the color
od Methodists last week. Nino knives,
three forks, one tpoon, four tumblers
and a glass pitcher wero taken by tho
mon and concealed at ono of their
homos The othor colorod people
seachod and found thorn. McQtunls
flod. but oumo buok yesterday and was
arrested. The trial of tho men has
bcon sot for tho twentieth.
Went to Visit Ills Sister.
A. J. Cottingham wont to Washing
ton County, Ark., to soo his slhtor and
wlillo thoro was tnl.en with (lux (dys
ontory) aiid was vory bad oil. lto
docided to try Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Homody nnd
was so much ploasod with tho prompt
euro which it olTtcted, that ho wrote
the manufacture! s a leltor in praise of
tholr modluino. Mr. Cottingham ro
sides in Lookland, Ar' This remedy
is for sale by W. L. Crabb & Co.,
Campbell to Uurroll
A GOOD HOG MELI,
Leo's IIok ltou eily l miuio ucenrdlnu to
furiniilii piilillNluil ami 10 ou.niomluil by tlio
lluiuitibi'iit ur Ai ifult 111c, with the addl
tlon of u uooil woini iiuwilor It In till iiiedt.
uine, contiilnttiv no mcul tir tiller It In mild 11 1
a loir prluo, ti 01 to, ,1 1 lb pull, ami 1b today
thu mukt liunulur nnd suonpssiui liou mrdlulno
in tno worm. 1. K ('-. mciuliy iliialrnlile fur
vvu.!!!"., imlU'Osi'un or uuy Ktumacli pr liowol
Uistuilcr H ml hi
Ono Fiirnliuro Apr 'iitHccka to Prc-
o.it Another li'tirnlslilmr New
Iola School Ilttlldliifr.
An intero.ting littlo contest, in
which Iola, is chiefly interested bo-
luso it threatened to dolay tho com
pletion of the now cast sldo school
building, has bconqulotly, but unsuc
cessfully wagjd hero for son.o weeks.
When tlio school board let contracts
for the now school houso it hail bids
for furnlturo for tho building. Tho
contract was to bo tot to tho lowoot
possible blddor. Tito board made a
contract with tlio Hudson L'urnlturo
Compuny. Not long aflerwurds tho
agent for tho Hell Company, a Kansas
Clly dealer, wlo had also bid and
failed to get tho contract, went boforo
the court and sought to havo tho board
restrained from carrying out lis con
tract with tho Hudson Company, on
tho ground that tho board had uot 1.0-
Conted the lowost bid. In view of the
fact that tho advertisement for bids
reserved to tho board tho right to
roject any and all bids and stated that
tho "lowost responsible" blddor who
had tho dosircd kind of goods would
succeed, tho probato court felt tint
Iola's board of educutlon know wba'
tt was doing and refused to interfete.
This morning a second application,
along tho samo linos wus mado and it
also was turned down. This time the
request that tho board bo restrained
was made in the name of tho county
attorney, on the ground that tho Hud
son company Is a foroign corporation
which has not complied with tho Stato
law in the matter of taking out a li
cense to do business in Kansas. Tlio
probate judge deoldod that this was a
question to be settled by the supreme
court, as was the one about State text
books, and so ho refused to Issue tho
order. Purthermoro he did not want
to bo roaponslblo for interfering with
the arrangements to complete tlio new
building in timo for tho opening of
school. So, up to date, tho arrange
ments stand as originally made, but
it inav easily happen that the inter
ference will succeed in calling tlio eon
tract with the Hudson peoplo into
ltc linwiiuaud Kthel Supp
Marriage Not Jiuictly
peiitid Hut Quirt
The HnoiSTiat loarncd tho moagor
fact this morning that sometiinusineo
last Satui day two well-known young
peoplo of this county wero united in
Tho groom is Ilo Rowlus.thlrd son
of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Howlus,
aud Miss Kthol Sapp, of Hronson.
The groom has just completod a neat
cottnt.'0 on South Onk stroot, and the
young eouplo will soon take up their
Whilo the brido's home is at Hron
son, she beeamo nulto well aciiuaintod
in Tola during tlio sovoral ears of
attoiidanco at tho high school. A
very charming young woman, both In
character and annoaranco, sho mado
many frlonds in this city. Tho groom
has been for sotue yoars engaged in
the abstract business with Will Han
kins, incidentally doing the collecting
for tho Hunk of Allen County, of
which his father is presidont. Ho is a
sterling young businoss man.
Fow young peoplo bogin wedded lifo
with brighter prospects than dofMr.
and Mrs. Howlus, nnd thoy certainly
havo the most cordial good wishes of
tholr many Tola friends.
The Vinmmiu Sloro Again.
Somo timo ago tlio HunsTiut men
tioned tho fact that men roproientlng
tho Vrooman-Washburn co-oporativo
store movement had been In Iola
soaking a hold for tho establishing of
such a styro here. Nothing was done
at tho time, but tho plan has not been
abandoned. John Doggott, ono of tho
Vrooman orntilors arrived horo tost
Tuesday to look ovor tho Hold again.
Tho Vrooman storos aro quito num
erous and a rapid development of tho
system has bcon Inaugurated in tho
torritory adjaosnt to Kansas City.
Tlio system is to buy or ostublislt a
big general stora whero peoplo can do
noarly all theiv trading and thon tako
a fow hundred patrons Into, partner
ship. Ono management can thus buy
for and look after stores scatteicd all
ovor tho country. Just what success
Mr. Doggett will havo hero is but a
tnattor of con jcoture, but tho olTort to
ostabllsh aco-operatho btoro w bo
wateho.l with deop lutoi'ijs.t.
Tho 1'cst Proscription lor Miliaria
Oil ills and r'over Is a bottlo or
Guovr.'s Tasthuiss Cuir.ti tonic.
It Is simply iron and (juiniue In a
tastoloss form. No cure no puy.
KEAI) JIEFLEUT W1UTE
Any dlsoaso Bucossfully tvoatod by
noted physicians of loiig exporionce
for $5 per month Including aodiclnos.
Wrlto today. Tnous'anJs cured by
mall. SoimiuitN Institute (unlno.)
j -i'jj. i iMuuMgcga3CMga.C5S'faiiaaKasm
i 'yNIIHlPT'tiW'3"! " " wJg'twa r wjwwrg&bf.s&iflH ;
The leading stoves and ranges in the world." Unequalled
for perfect construction, economy of fuel, handsome ap
pearance. Over 3,000,000 in
For sale by leading dealers
trade-mark, and insist on seeing the genuine JEWELS.
XWliritit IS UVJllWMJllJt)tM&Si&MXZZGZSS
Juivcl SUivuf nru wold bf ,
). W. COUTANT
1 Baal of Allen County I
jj tola, Kansas.
si I mimnm mmir, ni iwimmmiw 1 ! iintiPiiissiwis
Geo. A. Howlds,
Mns. W. M. Hartjia:;,
Tuos. n. Howlus,
A. n. Cami'iikll,
Stockholders' Responsibility, $500,000.00.
Mary E. Northrup
L. L. Northrup
J. II. VannuyH
L. A. Korbhrup
Wo solicit your buslnoa3 and will at
all times grant accommodations con
sistent with safo banking
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Iwrft t reiii t uinl ho liai bad no uritiur troubltu Ottur twuibcfi at tbo family liavo uwilltaiid ey iloiius
icnn a iiurttict buctws.
To Keep Flies
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For IL'ce and
For Cholera and All Disease
Lees Egg NlalkeB'
To SVJake Chickens Lay
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use. Famous for 55 years.
everywhere. Look for the
Fransacts a Genera!
Kxchango on Kansas City,
Chluago and Now York.
Makes Collection In All
Parts of tlio Unltod States.
Wr NEGOTIATES FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS
OH WELL-IMPROVED FARM
Mary E. Nortiikup
I'. A. NoRTnuur,
D. P. NORTintur,
J. U. Vamnuvs.
L. L. NoiiTiiitui',
OsoarFoust A Son,
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MB m $ jfpWy nRffl
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Off Cows and Horses
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RSitcs on Poultry
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