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- . '" .ft 'h,,! I n m ..... ""- : . , .r iMmmmmmmmmmmmHtmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmm WMWjfcWgMMMgMjaMM ikw wi rnPBFsT THE I OLA. REGISTER, FRIDAY DECEMBER 14 1900 . I , t IV & ' M' m m .1 tIe'H1' THE IOLA REGISTER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. OHAS. F. SOOTT THE TO Uso U.S. Potent Flour. Buckeye Churn at Coutant's. $100 buys a life-sio doll at Rosen 3xrg's. Jackets and capes for Christmas at Jtoscnberg's. 2T to GOo buys a toy stove complete at Rosenberg's. Money to loan on city propel ty Bostwlck & Accrs. Fur collatettes and mulTs for Christ- anas at Rosenberg's. lOcts gives a choice of MO articles on Rosenberg's 10c counter. Horn, Dec. 0th at 7 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. Shea a daughter. Monoy to loun on Improved farm lowest rate. Bostwlck & Acers. Men's and ladles lino linen hand kerchiefs with largo embroidered ini tials Rosenberg's. Oskaloosa Independent: Herbert Wheeler and wife of lola have been visiting Herbert's parents the past vcek. Toronto Republican: N. Strlpplc and family went to lola Tuesday eve ning where thoy will rcsido in tho fu ture. Ono of tho largest bill boards In town is being erected by T. T. Ander son west from Sleeper's furniture storo to tho U. B. church. Gard & Gard hao moved into their new olllco moms, have anew tolophone n new carpet and spittoon and ically aro mighty cosily situated. George Wllhito is feeling jubilant over tho discovery of another gas gusher at Bnitolsv Me, Okln., where his brother Rob iceontly located. Wo want Butter, Eggs, Potatoes, Chickens and other piodnco at tho Up-to-Dato Grocery and Market. First door east of the Post Oillce. C. E. Coiey, lefeiec in bankruptcy in this district, is quite ill at his home in Ft. Scott. Ho has many friends hero who wish him speedy iccoery. Uso'U. S. Patent Hour. Colony Frco Press: W. H. Qulett is "hauling wheat to lola this week. Mr. Qulott is ono of those Kansas farmers that raises all kinds of crops at a profit. Tho Reoisteu Is glad to learn that Miss Bello Rlckctls, tho teacher who fainted in the school room the other day is fully recovered and back at work again. n. Klaumann has moved from his resldenco on south Washington av enue to his house- just south of tho Stephenson resldencoon south Cotton wood street. Tho CotToyvillo Journal kicks, but crimes aro eqnlly felonious: Tho lola Register says tho Indianapolis coun cilman was sentenced "for soliciting a bride." It was a bribe. Ono of tho $20,000 school buildings at Indopendenco is considered unsafe and patrons refuse to allow their chil dren to attend. To repair tho build ing will bo very expensho. Tho grading crew Is rapidly push ing tho lee plant switch through and tho masons are working on tho ico plant extension. Tho boiler for tho extension Is already In place. Tho Symphony concert was a mono getter. Tho gross receipts were ifl.'li). 00. Of this $"." went to tho troupo, and $22.20 for expenses, leaving tho K. P.'s $12. ,"0 ahead of tho game. Uso U. S. Pat?nt Flour. Mr. J. S, Rodgers, president of "Lanyon Zinc Company, arrived Monday from St. Louis and will tho a st 1)0 lioro fur some time, tho other olllclals of tho company being dally expected. Robbers entered tho Yates Center depot Wednesday night and securod fourteen cents from tho cash drawer. It seems probable that tho road will not quit business because of tho loss. Exchango: A poem; The mule was old and bony and gray, and her buck was bent with a load of hay: the roads were coveied with snow and sleet, and tho poor female's shoes woro covered with feet. Mrs. Pearl Ksson, who has been visiting with Mrs. Ilanklns and family ;for a few days, left for her home In JvTeodosha last week. Hor mother, Mrs. Hunt left on tho afternoon train for Fredonla, Greoly Republican: An lola man trimmed his corns lecently with his pocket knife, and gungreno set In and last week he had to have his leg am putated. Moral Ho should havo used his wife's raor. Look over an lola hotol reglsteruny day and you aro ory likely to llnd somo ono icgistered: "Mr. Smith, 1003." "10').'J" now stands for St. IxiuIh, and Is tho traveling man's way of ndvoi Using the exposition. "With one bottle of Begg's O'hoiry Cough Syr up my cough nnd soreness o n t i r o 1 y disappeared." Earnest Whipplo, Daenpoet, la. Gijahan teed to euro all throat and lung troubles, -has NKVru rAir.Eii; try It! I Goods will bo exchanged for empty syrup buckets and cans at tho lola Racket. Cherryvale Clarion: Mrs. Bertha Hampton Is in lola visiting her moth er, Mrs. Y. Woodall. Tho Santa Fo road has posted a placard olTorlng a $2."() reward for in formation convicting anyone of cutting the telegraph wires of tho company. Leavenworth Is undergoing a $10, 000 damago suit. A stieet obstruction resulted in a broken tug and a car riage ran backwards down hill nnd upset, injuring a lady occupant. Mr. J. H. Splcer was down from Geneva Saturday and mado tho HmisTUK a pleasant call. Mr Spicor is in his eighty-fifth year and is halo and hearty as a man ought to bo at that age. J. Harvey Gay, recognized as one of tho leading Ophthalmic opticians, of Kansas, will be in his homo otllec, Hiissman building, Humboldt, Kan sas, from Dec. 15 to Jan. 1. All ex aminations free. Lew Horvillo went to Kansas City last night with a car of fat cattle, which is tho third or fourth ho has ac companied to tho market lately. And tho Horvillo cattle always tip the beam and touch tho bottom of tho bujer's purse. The Tuesday Reading Club at Cha nuto adopted a baby to raise. It would bo interesting to know how many infants will be left to grow up bow legged astride tholr daddies' while these ladles raise their adopted charge. It seems probable that there will bo no regular appointment of a police judge atlpresent, tho two jiistleesof tho peace being leqiilied by law to 1111 his chair during his absence, and they will probably do tho work as needed. Fine satin Damask table cloths and napkins for Christmas atRo-enbcrg's. Toionto Republican; Kansas City Kansas, Is to got ."iO.OOO this year for llnishing her public building. Kan sas City, Kansas is the Oinery Hoy of Kansas. It has to bo hired to bo good, and after it gets its price, is nl ways worso than it was licfoie. In his recent "General Order Number 0" Department Commander W. W. Martin, of tho G. A. R., asks for the address of S. R. Herington, Captain of C. K. fith Kansas Cavalry, or any others of that Company who knew Nathan Johnson in tho army. 2."cts china and opal novelties at Rosenberg's. Lallarpo News; Fred and Will Blister returned homo Sunday morn ing from a pleasure trip through An derson and Linn counties; Mrs. Gertrudo Woten, of near Tola, visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wallls, tho llrst of tho week. .10c to 2."o buys a-game at Rosen berg's. In tho district court Fred S. Foster has asked to havo tho judgment re cently granted against him in favor of F Illrsch set aside, alleging that ho had an agi cement with Hirsch's attor ney that thero should bo ten days moio time given and henco did not ap pear. Ladies initial handkei chiefs fiets at Rosenberg's. Mr. Thos. D. Luler, general agent of tho Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company for eastern Kansas, is in town looking up business. He Is a member ofKansas City lodge, B. P. O. E., and was soon mixed up with a crowd of local Elks after his arrival here. v Men's initial handkerchiefs Gets at Rosenberg's. Mrs. Lcda Donoho who was called to Elsmore several weeks ago on ac count ol a death In tho family passed through lola Monday on her way to hor homo in La Junta, Colo rado, She was accompanied by her mother who will mako her homo with her. Tho Grand Leader has ono of tho most valuable windows in town. Tho east window contains a new Involco of diamonds, ranging in value from $25 to $100, which together with several solid gold watches, makes tho window easily worth In tho neighborhood of $1000, 25o to $1.00 buys a doll carriage at Rosenberg's. Tho Missouri fc Kansas telophono lino which is being bulllsouth through lola from Kunsas City Is rapidly ap proaching. Tho polo gang is now at Carlylo and tho lino men at Colony. A good many farmers In tho county aro wondering if they cannot connect with this lino and so havo quick com munication with lola. "I Jstrongly recommend Begg's Cheny Cough Syrup; it cured mo of a throat and lung trouble of many year's standing." Mrs. J. Biemen, Rlllo, Colo. Curos coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, la grippe, pneu monia, whooping-cough and con sumption. Evans Bros. 8&A Yrw' fhlj signature la on every box of tho genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablet. id remedy tbat riiri'H it cold In one lny Mr. Lawyer Informs tho Register roporter that tho rouson an old horso dies from colic Is that tho teeth aro not worn off, nut tho front teeth grow so long tho hind teeth or grlndors can not meet. By filing tho front onos tho evil Is remedied. Mil Wllhlto camo down from Em poria last ovening and returned home this morning. Ho found tho Our Way thriving and was well plcasod with everything. As tho Emporia Elks lodge Is now organlcd ho visited tho new hall hero and admired it and tho furnlturo Immensely. Young Bliss, tho boy arraigned for shooting Into a Santa Fo passenger train, had his preliminary In justlco court Saturday, and having confessed to the shooting, ho was bound over to the district court under tho same bond ho gave In justico court. Don't risk the littlo ono's llfo; croup is a dangerous disease. Mrs. II. Gregg, Dundee, Kans., says: "My littlo daughter had been troubled with croup since sho was three months old; Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup cured her." Children llko It. GUAtiAN teed. Evans Bros. Ono of tho results of tho Increased valuation of Allen county property In tho assessment of 1000 is thut the road tax has been cut down from tluco mills, where it has always been, to two mills. It is to be hopod this will arouse as great a shout of joy, as an increase of one mill would ovoko a mighty grunt. Miss Nettie Gooddlng, teaching in tho Fourth grade of tho lola schools' has accepted a position in tho schools of Kansas City. Her placo heio will bo vacant after tho llrst of tho year and has not yet beeen tilled. Miss (Jooddlng's friends aio sorry to lose hor from our schools and from lola, lint rejoice in her promotion. Chanuto now has two mantle fac tories, the old ono having dissolved partnership and the ptopriotors hav ing set up In business separately. One of them ought to move to tola whole tho demand of 10,000 in loin, Gas City and Lallarpe would mako a good Hold forborne consumption, while giving an equal show for tho outside world. All the gas town papers have been jumping on F. G. Lottcrer, tho Cherry -vale man who told the world that Kansas gas was about played out, and now ho says ho didn't say what tho papers say ho did. But of courso his whispered retraction down at Cher ryvale don't reach tho peoplo that his blastthrough the associated press did. A derrick has just been built 'Avest of the Faulkner placo south-east of lola, somewhat to tho south of tho ex plored gas territory und tho result of tho drill's penetrating powors will be awaited with interest as a good woll there onco more extends tho Hold to tho south and every mllo or half mile gained means years of added life to the Held. Mrs. Gertrude Hutchinson Monday tiled suit against her husband, W. B. Hutchinson. They wcro married In Kansas City in Soptembcr 1805 and lived together until April 1807, when ho left her without cause niul nover camo buck. Thoy havo no children. Sho asks for divorce and to bo re stored to hermaldou namo of Gertrudo Beadle. Mr. .loo Hlto and Miss Mary Tem ple, two well known young peoplo of Iolu wcie married Sunday morning at II o'clock at the homo of thobrido's parents near Bronson. Mr. Hlto has opened a billiard hall at Gas City and the young people will mako tholr homo thero. Tho Reoisteu joins tholr many friends In extending congratu lations. Colony Freo Pros; Miss Pnttl Mcl ean left Monday for Oakland, Cal., to take special training in music. Miss Paul Is an admirable young lady, sho has lived in Colony slnco her child hood and by her amiable disposition has won tho esteem of all who havo tho pleasure of being acquainted with her. Wo anticipate a brilliant success for her In tho early future. Tho tolegraphoperatorson tho Colo rado & Gulf branch of the Santa Fo havo struck for better ,hours. und tho Chanuto Trlbuno says thero Is u pros pect of .the operators all along tho lino going out In sympathy. Then lola must look out. When Jap Tum or organizes himself into a howling mob of striking operator and turns himself looso on tho streets blood will surely How. Mr. Ludlum was in town from Cot tago Grove township Monday. Ho re ports tho smallpox putlents in thut neighborhood getting along nicely Mrs. Charles Henderson, danghtor of Mrs. Stout, who with her husband weie tho llrst victims, has slnco taken down with tho disease, but is not con sidered In a dangerous condition. It Js hoped to suppiess tho tumble, with out moio cases. , Ft. Seott .Tribune. Tho Western Fibre Co., aio pushing buslnoss at their factory with energy. Thoy aro now completing arrangements for hav ing largoquantltlos of Hax strawbaled and shipped In from tho different sta tions on tho railroads within vi radius of fifty miles ol Foit Scott. They ox peet to handlo a considerable quantity of straw in this manner this winter. Arthur Wright and Claudo Adams, two small boys, found and captured a largo gray owl on Elm Crcok today and brought it to town. Itistinusually largo and has a flno feathery halo around its big round eyes. StulTcd and mounted it would bo a good spool mon and tho boys aro seeking a buyer at ten cents. Ono of tho beauties of a metal colling, you can change its hues nnd tints as often usjyou can ralso tho price of a smallcan of paint. Tho Our Way isrc adjusted internally for winter and rich green paper, bespangled with gold adorns tho walls. Tho colling has been ropalnted and the paint ex actly matches tho border whero It joins on. A number of fanners in Carlylo township havo been talking rural mull dollvery for somo time and now Benny Wright who bolioves that he could handlo tho routolsbcing.actively pushed to sccuro by lnlluentlal friends thonecessary signatures and carry tho mall when tho route Is established. Thero should be littlo trouble and the route would bo a mighty good thing for all concerned. Tickets for tho Elks bazaar and prlo drawing aro now on sale. Each admission ticket gives a chance at tho prizes and the tickets aro starting oil well. Quito a number of traveling men who mako lola aro Elks and each of them Is carrying a littlo wad of tickets and disposing of them to friends. A bunch sent to Marshall, Field & Co., In Chicago resulted In tho speedy salo of 20 tickets. 1 ho Democrat brethren are getting their paraphernalia together and aie about l cady to dcpai t for new worlds to conquer. Tho RixilSTEU under stands that the new deal down south will bo in tho form of an independent paper, and hence, since Mr. I'm cell, Mr. McCaughnoy und Mr. Bostwick aio going Into other territory and are not going to nrguo against the gospel, tho Hiuib'rr.lt wishes them well. One of tho most attractive displays that was mado for Thanksgiving was mado by Mr. HolVman at the l'p-to-Date giocery. It was so good that It made you hungry just to walk past It. Mr. HoHman will icimiluwlth tho Up-to-Dalo permanently but It is hoped that ho wll1 not continue to mako these kindH of displays. His discouraging to the peoplo who are compelled to bo near the Up-to-Dato between meals. Every onco Inawhilc somethlnghap pens to raako ono regret that another person bears tho samo name. For in stance Bert Miller, son of tho clerk of tho court, this morning recolved a Id ler from tho post ollice Itnarked: "Opened by mistako by Bort E. Miller. This Bert runs the feed mill in tho south part of town. Tho letter was from a loving young lady and contained things not for publi cation. Mr. W. H. Leo left T uesday for Ames, Iowa. A collego which their sou attends was burned to the ground Monday and of live hundred students who wero sleeping in the main build ing two hundred and fifty weie com pelled to escape In their night clothes. Mr. and Mrs. Leo havo received no word from their son and Mr. Leo went to Ames to seo about him. Their many friends hero hope that nothing serious bofell tholr son. Remarks a knowing exchange: "If you ask a man for an ad or a few locals ho will toll you ho don't believe in advertising, a paper is nover read. But let him bo caught hugging tho hired girl or chasing a loose piece of calico up tho street after dark or struggling with a jug of "tamarin" water, if tho printing olllco Is In tho garret of a twenty story building, ho will climb to tho top to ask tho editor not to publish It in tho paper whero everybody will read it. Garnett Eagle: Wo understand tho Edgertou cieamery company will move their Central City Isklmmiug station from that placo to Colony . Ilia Cen tral City station Is said to havo been ono of tho best that wain tho coun try. Tho peoplo of that vicinity aro somewhat "riled up" over tho remov al and steps ato being taken to foim a local company and put In a creamery of tholr own, unless tho Edgertou man agement will continue a station theio. Tho cement plant olllco in lola has booked orders for tho first twelvo days of December for 0,500 barrols of cement. When It is remembered that thero is another olllco In Chicago and that this is in tho winter season when tho demand Is slow, this isn't a bad showing for a new brand. Iolacement Is constantly winning favor, being pronounced very lino whorovsr used, and In duo time tho plant will bo kept hustling to keep a visible supply on hand. Mr. J. Walqulst wus In from Le annii Tuond.iy called on tho Hixiis TEH. Ho brings tho unpleasant news that theto is a possibility that tho es tablishment of a. rural dollvery route from lola to within a fow miles of Lo anuu may result in tho discontinuance of tho post olllco at that place, thus shutting olT tho people in tho vicinity from getting mail. It hardly seems possible that tho government would allow nnyouo to bo deprived of facili ties onco established and Mr. Wal qulst was not certain in ills own mind that tho roport was morothan a rumor. -Emmmmr A loin's Reliable Dry Cbii&tmas Sbofrbiixj Is Now Id Order. Laid out for your inspection is the largest lino of holiday goods wo havo over shown. Never hoforo in tho history of this store wero tho assort monts so large, the stocko full. andtho prices so low as thoy are this season. Come in and look through our tables in our aisles; it will help you to decido what to buy for Christmas. There aro presents here for ladies, men and child ren in great profusion from the cheap est to tho most expensive. Commencing Monday evening, December 17th, tho store will bo open ovenings until aftar Christmas. Come in and spend the evening with us and select your Christmas presents. RAMSAY BROS. & CO., 7 East Madison Ave, IOLA, KANSAS. South Side Square. Dr. Cox informs tho Reoisteu that Sunday afternoon ho was called to dress tho linger of William Ross who works at tho Gas City smelters. Ross had his hand caught in ancngln.o Sun day and tho index finger of his left hand was cut smoothiy TolT near the second joint and his ring finger badly bruised. Cox amputated the Indox linger nearer the second joint, so ho could dress tho llosh over the bone. It is believed Mr. Ross will not loso his ring linger and that In a few weeks he can resume work. Ono of tho funny things about lola society Is this: When you make up your list of guests yon need have no worry about what boys you invite they get along together and with most of tlio girls beautifully; hut it takes a genius to collect a crowd of lola girls who will all speak t each other In passing. Ono young lady has always to enteitaln twice, so as to get tho whole crowd and not mix hostllo camps. And that is tho icason that society among tho young peoplo is al most a beautiful memory. It S moio Hum iiroli.ible the cotikun.itlon o( tho tins Holds In the suite will iiKoJrd'C'lvo ill tciitlcin. The waste Is new ver urcat uml the ileUls will soon be exluustrrt unless Ktrlta-'cn metlinilH are adopted to prevent It The mi ply at Independence and follcvvillo Is Mild to lie Kettine short, whlleeven loin lias no moio than Is necessary to supply tho Industries there Topelin I'lipltal That is not tho point nt all. Tho gas shows no signs of falling and tho gas towns aro simply desirous of get ting legislation that will prevent tho hungry nnd envious neighbors from coming Into tho field and piping tho gas away. Tho man who started that gas falling lie ought to bo held over a weak well In tho lola Hold where his assets and liabilities would bo so badly mixed In a minute a postmortem couldn't arrange thorn in a year. Children's Fur Sets for Christmas at Rosenberg's. A peculiar caso of tho habit ofchlld ren of inditing letters to Santa Clans befoio Christmas has happened. Somo child In Chicago, whoso father is con nected with tho lola Poitlond Cement, company and has tho companystiition- j cry about tho house, wroto a touching littlo appeal to Santa and mailed it in one of tho company envelopes. Thero I was no record In tho post olllco dopart-1 niont of Santa's address and so tho' letter was forwarded according tn the return audi ess ami camo 10 tno tout works. It was opened and could tho boys Imagine who tho trusting mite Is who wrote It hor appeal would not bo in vain. Another child loft a letter In thoXowVoik Stoio, handing It to Mrs. Ilolman, addressed to Santa Claus. Goods Herchants. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Paulson, of Neosho Fallo, wero shopping in town today. Thoy wero recently married and will leavo soon for Minnesota to mako their home. Among tho tens of thousands who havo used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for colds and la grippo during tho past fow years, to our knowledge, not a single caso has resulted in pneu monia. Thos. Whitfield & Co., 240 Wabash menue, Chicago, ono of tho most prominent retail druggists In that city, In speaking of this, says: "Wo recommend Chambeiialn'sCough Remeoy for la grippe in many cases, as It not only gives prompt and com plete recovery, but also counteracts any tendency of la grippo to result In pneumonia." For salo by lola Drug gists. An oxchango tells of a lady who de cided to scare her husband, who was quite a hard drinker so ho would re form. To do this sho procured tho costumo of a dovil sho had worn at a masquerade. The next time tho erring spouso came homo feeling happy she quickly donned tho costumo; as he opened tho door sho stepped forwaul and said In sepulchral tonos; "Coma with me, l am tho devil." Tho lesult rather startled her, as the responso which greeted her was, ".at so? Shake, o'l boy, I'm your brother-lu-law, I married your sister." Tho Allen county horticultural society will hold Its regular monthly meeting for December at tho G, A. R. hall In this city next Friday. Tho society has succeeded In securing ono barrel of fine Allen county apples for display In tho Kansas exhibit at tho Bullalo exposition next year, and has shipped It. Another barrel is being filled and tho members will contrlbuto enough fruit to permltitbelngshlpped. Old Allen county carried oft premiums nt tho Wichita Stato Fair land at tho Now Orleans exposition, and sho don't intend to bo Bultaloed next year. Thoy wero sltttng in tho city ha joshing several of tho pollco present about what a hard tlmo thoy had earn ing tholr salaries. This Is a standing joke at tho hall und never falls to libit a heated and earnest dispute from tho olllcers. One joker said that tho warrant should bo taken to tho policeman's homo when tho weather is so bad. Judgo Gurd capped tho climax by grunting that tho "olllcers havo to come up town anywny to seo If tho citizens havo arrested any body." A laugh went up and thecops won't admit that it was a good joke. KieftikJiSU. 'dmai&vikJ,-' mmasFmm j ""-- """