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THE IOIA REGISTER FRIDAY FEBRUARY l 1901
9 'tf r. r &wm$&ie Don't neglect a cold. When ex posed or chilled take an Orange ine powder and repeat in twenty minutes. If your cold has started fol Grip Colds Catarrh low Orangelnc directions, "One night cure," found in every package. Specimen Dxperlencei. "Th bt tmedr for a cold I erer ow. . Wm. HtlUr, WMMrnUolt Champion. 'Cured ttren cum ot Htlp In mr timllr." . , -Wm.T.Dnll.ChlCMO. "Oomplttalr ramoTtu) tar caUrrh of long (Undine." P.T.NIcholi, mtnaniir A. if. ltothtchua 6 Oo grocery dept., Chicago. Sold by drnsslite (tonornlly In 23 and Wo paoknsos. A trial package will bo (out to any address for 2-cont itump. ORAN0EINE CHEMICAL CO., . Chlap.lll. Special of Santa Fc Officers Spent tlio y Jlornlmr Jlctween Iola anil Lallarpe, Looking. Tho other day u special boarlng the chlof officers of tho Santa Fo passed through loin without stopping and wont south. President Rlploy and his party wentto ToxaB where they scoured possession of tho Pecos Valloy rail road of nearly 300 mllos and added it to tho Santa Fo system. Another special spent tho night at Chanuto and pulled Into Iola oarly Saturday Tho car was sidetracked in tho yards and tho gentlemen secured a carriage and drove about town, visit ing tho factories and making a trip out to Lanyonvillo nnd intermediate points. In this party was gonornl superin tendent Ressiquo, division superinten dent Barnes, freight superintendent Merritt, train master Easley, of Cha nuto, Mr. Perry, foreman of tho bridge building department. Tho old talk about the Santa Fo's constructing a switch from Iola to Lanyonvillo to tap tho factory district to tho east has been revived. Tho Santa Fo gave it out cold whon tho Pacific started to build a switch to tho cement plant that it would retaliate for tho invasion of Its territory by going cast. If tho road contemplated a fresher and more speclllc batch of Information on the subject it would send just about tho party that camo hero this morning to look into tho matter. Mr. P. V. Crouch, tho street railway man, met them and accompanied them on tho trip and they put in tho ontiro foro noon about town. Guessing about what railroad peo ple intend doing is as hazardous well as guessing how many town lots In tho Kiowa country llvo dollars will buy but the visit of the railroaders hero will certainly not do any harm. Hack From Ilcuimmiit Liiito and Del Northrup and Prod Ilortqn arrived homo last weuk from tholr trip to Beaumont, Texas, where thoy went to look Into tho oil boom and seo if thero might not bo soinu loose lots of good land lying and unspoken for. Thoy had an in teresting timo and brought homo bot tles of tho oil and pictures of tho woll showing how It blow twice tho height of tho derriok in a tall column of black liquid which tho wind carried in spray far across the prairio. Most of tho land is now held at from $300 to $.5000 an acre and tho owners wish to rcservo fifty per cent of tho oil (low after tho salo at this price, Jwhcro as $."00 would have bought a whole farm shortly before tho strike. Tho Iola crowd secured several pieces of land on such terms as to permit them winning out handsomoly if strikes are inado on it. Of courso thero is a great demand for wolls right away and Ilor ton was simply burled under applica tions for his services, and is thinking soriously of operating in that Held, retaining of courso, Ills work hero. Frequent Coughing inilamos tho lungs. PoiIky's Honky ANuTAK'stops tho coughing and heals tho lungs. Tho ordinary cough medi cine which aro simply expectorants, will not do this, as thoy keep tho lungs irritated in throwing oil' tho ph login. Campboll & Bur-roll, Will Prospect In Salem As noted in tho RrxiiSTiiu somo days ago, Mr. Noblo, tho gentleman who bought tho Ditmur 320 right north of Gn,3 City, has been scouring leases in Snlom township and doslred to got a thousand aeros undor lease all in a bunch. Ho Intends to sink a well at 1 onco, and reports today that ho has at last secured tho required amount of land. It belongs to tho following par ties: Fred Burgess, 80 acres; P. ' Muntzort, 80; L. B. Poarson, 210; Dor ens Ulaek, 80; W. II. Richmond, 80, ;'Annn P. Scott, 40; W. S. Lytlo, 80; C. P. Ives, 100; W. I). Fronk, 240; B. Cjiton, 80: A. AVood, 80; A. Lowell, 40. Mr, Noblo is negotiating today with Fred Horton to mako a contract for threo wells, ono on tho Salem land nnd two on tho Dltmar land. I'llus of People testify to tho merit of Bannek sai-vi: In curing plios, It is guaranteed. Ourapball & Burroll. W. 0. T. U. Column Tho V. C. T. U. baB takon up a sorlos of subjects of vital intorost to mothers. Tho subject for our next mooting will bo ''To what oxtont is tho mothor responsible for tho disposition and training of tho child?" A sum mary of tho papors presented and thoughts given will appear In our column. Tho following, Is tho first of tho series, given at our meeting) of Inn. 11th, on the subject discussed, "Tho Companions of our Children." Prov. 20-11. "Even ti Jchild is known by his doings; whether his works bo puro, and whether it bo right." Thoy who aro eloso observors o'f tho child life, can but verify tho truth of this passage Indeed so early in life does tho child glvo ovidoncc of his latent traits of character, his peculiar tastes and preferences, his natural aptltudo and ambitions along cer tain linos, that it is not hard for tho closo student of human naturo to foresee what manner of man or woman tho child Is llkoly to become. This too being tho most plastic period of life, tho impressions of his immcdlato surroundings and of tho lives by which ho comes in dally con tact, bo thoy playmates or thoso who liavo tho immediate responsibility of his training, aro indelibly stamped upon his mind. This, thon, bolng tho most sensitive period is that upon which parents should bestow tho greatest euro. Tho ono they should most sacredly guard. Indeed somo scient ists assert that if you can succeed in forming tho right impressions and establishing tho right principles into the life of a child, by tho timo ho or she havo reached oven tholr tenth your you havo laid tho fo'undatlon for a noblo manhood or iwomauhood. And yot, how few seem to roalizo this and how often it Is tho ease that tho child has reached its tenth year boforo tho parents begin to excrcisothoir authori ty or to restrain tho child from as sociates whom thoy havo begun to realize aro not tho best. Oh fatal mis tako! Thoso wrong impressions havo already begun to tako a deop hold up on the child's lifo and many times tho parents llnd themselves powerless to control. Oil, is thero nothing that will savo thoso children from bolng borne away on this stream of wickedness? Wo havo God's promised coutnlicd in Prov. 22-0. "Train up n child in tho way ho should go, and when lie is old ho will not depart from it." Few mothers roalizo that thoy, too, aro tho companions of their children whether they will, or not, and that tho child is constantly taking on impres sions from voieo, word, manner nnd even thought of tho mother, who Is tholr dally companion and glude. The father, as well, tint wo aro discus sing tho mother's inlluenconow. Havo thero not been days in the lives of null of us when fatigued by our daily round of duties and buffering greatly from physical ailments wo havo given veul to our fcollngs In tones nnd man ner that have quickly seo;ned to per vndo tho entire household with an atmosphere of discontent and ill humor? And oh how wo have repented and reproached ourselves as wo havo seen our chlldrenquickly euiulatlngus. Oli mothors, how much wo need tho dally and hourly, yen, tho momentary guidance, of our Father, that wo stitinblo not in tho pathway wo aro marking out for other feet. Not only aro we tho daily guides, but I bollovo God intended wo should also bo as the guardian angols of our children's lives, encouraging that which is good, throwing around them all tho hallowed sweet Inlluonces of good books, noblo characters and com panionship that tend to boautify and strengthen tho mind, coming In close touch with tho heart life of tho chil dren by whom thoy are dally sur rounded, pointing out to them tho ovll tendencies In such lives perhaps, and teaching them to shun, as thoy would tho most poisonous reptile, tho association of such a life. "Train up a child in tho way ho should go, and when ho is old ho will not depart from it." Many paronts who, In tho fear of God, havo given their children tho most careful training, havo been dis couraged becauso thoy havo grown up a disappointment to them In many ways, the sons more especially. To such we can but say tho prnmlsos of God aro suro ai;d stoadfast. Although for a fow years aftor ho has left the parental roof tho boy may seem to abandon; his early training, still, tho, earlier Improssions are tho most last ing, and sooner or later if ho bo con stantly remembered boforo tho throne of divino grace, if your faith fall not, ho will return to tho early teaehlngs of his childhood. Though ho bo old, ho will not depart from It, M. A. Gim.ha.m, Mrs. C. C. McCarty read a very in teresting article from tho Union Sig nal, entitled, "What About Om Chil dren?" which was llstonod to with much intorest. It presented a now lino of thought, referring to tho con dition of things as thoy oxlst today, the noii-enforceniont of law, tho grow ing disregard for State and munici pal authorities, tho oxiunplo that Is bolng sot boforo tho youth of our land, tho improssions that aro consequently wonkoning tho authority of tho parent ovor tho child and his growing disre gard for parental restraint. Ei:ka HuM-nttcm, Press Supt. A (llanco at Allen County Happenings Through Various Editorial anil Keportoiial Specs. Noting that an Englishman has in vented a phonograph with silver records that ho claims can bo hoard ten mllos, tho Humboldt Union snatches away tho palm by citing W. J. Bryan whoso sllvor record could bo hoard 10,000 miles and then proved a fizzle. Tho aged father of" Harry Bragg, of Humbolbt, now 78 yoara old, witnessed both tho coronation and tuarrlago of Queen Victoria. Tho Mr. Ottonjohn who has been ill in tho Humboldt hotel is no relation to Iola's Ottcn, John. Fred McCarty, of Humboldt paid $295 for a horeford holfor at tho K. C. blooded cattlo auction. Robert Wilhlto and Gcorgo Mark ham of Humboldt, who moved to Now York last November havo given up tho strugglo against onnul and tho alarms of tho desolato metropolis and will roturn to Humboldt. And tho Union swells threo buttons off trying not to yell "I told you so!" Mr. Nyrdyke has broken out at Elsiuoro with a lodge proposition. If ho don't trip up on his namo lie may succeed. Tho Entorpriso believes tho morals of its neighborhood aro going up rapidly. Moro pooplo took tho notion to call and sottlo subscriptions last weok than over before. Jonas Wall liked tho looks of tho Mlllor farm west of" Elsmoro and traded $3000 for It. Harry Doty, who lives north of Moran, has a petition signed for a rural mall routo north of that town 28 miles long and serving GOO peoplo and more. Harry Olmstcad of Osugo township seems to havo secured tho aid of tho helpful hen. Ho recently shipped chickens from Moran to Hot Springs, Arkansas, for which lie received: $2 each for 8 hens, $1.50 each for ft moro and from $2.50 to $3 euch for llvo roosters. Tho loran Herald says Dr. Lam beth got 57 shot out of tho fuco of Melvino Coffoy, tho boy recontly accidentally shot there. Georgo Pox who located Lallarpo on a corner of his farmliasjustsold 1G0 acres 5J miles south-east of town to J. W. Shnhun of Iowa for $8,000, taking half of it in a USO 11 miles north east of town. Lallarpo News: A grade was com menced Tuesday morning for an 1800 foot switch which will cominoiico ut tho west end of tho depot on tho south sldo of tho main track and extends west. This track will greatly improve tho switching facilities at this placo. For somo timo tho amount of freight handled here has caused such a num ber of cars to be on tho siding that nearly ovory night the crossings aro closed with trains waiting for tho east bound passenger. Several nion and teams havo been at work tills weokund tho now switch will bo pushed to com pletion as soon as possible Tho Savonburg Record notes that Iola has 1000 cases of grip with a sigli of envy that thero aro not that many In that town. The Record ilguros that Elsmoro township will savo $11, 050 In Interest on her Missouri Pacific bonds, thanks to the refunding process The following from tho Savonburg Record is roprinted not as a boast nor for its complimentary llavor, but for thorcally magnanimous and exceeding ly raro exhibition of newspaper courte sy where niallco and envy so often aro in ovidonco: Tho Iola Weekly KnasrKK lh tho oniclal paper of Allen ouuiity, 1'ew counties hao a p.ipcr th.it will compare with It anil many lire not nearly as good. If you aro u resident Allen county It would be a wood Investment to havo your name enrolled on tho Khmhtkii's list and Keep constantly In touch with tho county nows. It costs ifl.50 per year, but It Is a nuvvxpaper V. L. Ytinoy, Paducali, Ky., writes: "I had a sovero caso of kidnoy dlsoaso and three of tho best physicians in southern Kentucky treated mo w ithout success I was Induced to try For.r.Y's KnNr.YCiJ!ii:. Tho first bottlogavo mo li'ninediato rollof andthreobottloseured mo permanently. I gladly reeommond this wonderful remedy. Campboll & Burroll. Inlant Suddenly Dies At tho homo of Mrs.Chaso, 103 north Buckoyo street at 10 o'clock Saturday tho month's old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rohort Pattorson died afty a brief illness. Tho funeral was held from tho house at 10 o'clock Sun day morning and tho romalns burled in tho Carpontor cemctory north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Pattorson aro from ftnltu, I. T., and aro horo visit ing tho former's mother, Mrs. Chaso. Tholr visit is saddonod by tho dentil ol tholr baby, and thoy havo tho sincoro sympathy of tho entlro community. Fatal dolays aro causod by experi menting with cough and cold euros. FouiY's Honuy AND Taii will provent a cold from resulting in pnoumonla. Campbell & Burroll. M ffl Doublo Meat worth 75c for... Roasters 35c Onoopaquo window shado ncn all colors, worth'GOo for ..3u Extra heavy leather half in soles, worth 20o for " Ladles' Vicl Kid, cloth tfl CA top laco shoes, all glzos. .'?'" Men's best satin calf j"i 1Q loco and congress shoos. .P Misses Vicl Kid laco or shoos, all sizes up to 2.. T""" Washboards, doublo zinc IQp on both sides, worth 25o....'" 14-quart galvanized iron IQp buckets, worth 25c, for. ,.;.'" Ladies' Dongola laco shoes, nil sizes, $1.25 Host grado of pearl but tons, all slzos per dozon.. .50 I 1 1 ROSENBERG'S igs. Horticultural Meeting. Tho roport of tho Horticultural meeting for Jnnuary.) Thoduty of the roporter is ostensibly tolwrlto up a roport of tho proceedings of thoemccting for publication but just nowlittle dlgrcsslonwlllbo permissible especially so becauso we havo with this meeting passed from nn old year to a now year, tho eighteenth of tho exist ence of of our Horticultural Society. A brother in a secret society to which tho writer bolongs said, "It is really a solemn thing to witness tho death of century and tho birth of Its successor. What possibilities unfolds. Ono can not avoid tho rollectlon that great responsibility rests with thoso who havo tho distinction of bolng sponsors to tho now century." Favored as wo havo been ourself with an earthly oxlstcnce of over half of tho nineteenth century Jand been a witness to tho great dovolopmcnt in tho arts and sciences and groat ad vance In civilization we aro constrain ed to exclaim, "wonderful! wonder ful!" and if wo could peer through the dim vista of the future to tho end of tho century now unfolding about us and apprehend tho rosults which tho wisdom and efforts of tho human family havo attained during the twentieth century tho great progress of which wo now so proudly boast would doubtless bo almost Insignificant. While it may not bo amiss to boast of tho past yot if over there was a timo when wo were justillablo In serious rollectlon and making now resolutions It is now. But along this Hue 1 desist and will refer to tho organization of our society. Of tho charter members with which wo organized soventeen years ago somo of us still remain, but many of our host working and most faithful niombors aro scon no moro among us . Somo havo removed to distant parts of tho country, somo havo grown weary and fallen out by tho way sldo and somo havo gone to join the innum erable throng in tho great beyond. But wo cherish tho memory of such faithful ones as Brothers A. L. Dib ble, G. Chase, II. L. Reagan, Dr. W. D. Scott, Squlro Young, Erustus Richardson and Miss Idu McIIugh and others whom wo I cannot just now recall. Tho last namo on tho roll is number 252 and it is surprising that so few of our fruit growers and farmers tako timo to attend tho monthly meet ings of tho sooloty. When wo con template tho benellt that has accrued to Allen county through tho instru mentality of our sonlety and tho notrloty wo have given tho county at homo and abroad and tho many valu ablo and usoful hints and suggestions inudo and distributed without money and without price, it is amazing that anyone owning and cultivating ovon so much as a slngloaoroof land would not realize tho importance of attend ing theso meetings onco por month to renow and assist in diffusing informa tion which perhaps can bo nowhero olso so readily obtained. Tho wonder is that tho building tho size of the G. A. R. Hall would contain all tho peo plo that should attend tho meetings. Now wo will glvo a hrlof report of tho last mooting, A smaller inumbor than usual wero present owing probably to tho fact that old mother earth and the treos! nnd overy thing oxposed was covorcd witli a mantle of ice. Tho program for January was gono through with, tho principal topics bolng tho grape, its cultivation and pruning, tho best varieties, eft), Tho varieties recommended wero tho Con cord, EarlySOlivo, Campboll's Early, Brighton, Early Victor, Moore's Dia mond and Agawam ns shown by a paper road by the secrotary, B. F. ROSENBERG'S. Two slzos gilt buttons Cn worth 10c, per dozen uu Gold and sllvor spikes 2p for trimming purposes, oacli "li 10 yards of black and IQp colored velvet ribbon "" 38-inch all wool hotnospun CQp dross goods, worth 05c, at..""" 38-inch all wool covert (Xn cloth, worth 75c, for 'u 38-lnch all wool cropon 3Qp for soparato skirts for...."'" 40-lnch Black Satin Bro- lCn cades, worth 45c, for ddu 30-Inch polka dot and y J)r stripe French llnnnolctto" 1" 0-4 unbleached bed sheet- ICp ing, worth 18c, for Wu 0-4 bleached bod sheeting yin worth 20c, for ' u West Side of Square. Pancoast. It was also recommended that tho vinos Jbo sprayed with Bor deaux mixture onco boforo tho buds start and again after the follago and bloom appear. Tho pruning of tho grapo was discussed in a paper read by J. W. Johnson, recommending that pruning bo done almost nny timo after tho foliairo drops off up to the llrst of March when tho wood is not green. On tho winter treatment of flowers it was tho general concensus of opinion that Injudicious watering, usually too much, was tho causo of failure. No report was niado on orchards, tho conimlttco being absent. Small fruits reported to bo In good condition. No general report on uowers, conimlttco absent. Next meeting Friday, February 8th in tho G. A. R. hall. D. B. I). S.Mi:riv.i:n, Reporter. Some (ii-nut Shaw Reflections. Out in tho wilds of Kansas, at Poa body, dwells Grant Shaw, who is about as good a philosopher s lives in tho State. Among his "recent re flections" tho Rix)isti:ii clips tho fol lowing: Truth is scarcer than llction. A miser is seldom a dead beat. Do jour host and you do woll. An absont party Is always tho ono to blame. You can judgo a man by tho com pany ho can't keep. Cold, slimy hands and feet aro a sign of poor circulation instead of a warm heart. Wo havo moro admiration for tho scamp who works tho peoplo .than tho peoplo worked. A man who jows you on tho price of an article will mnko you earn your money again collecting it if you glvo him credit. . ' It Is not infrequontyou hear a man praised becausoho has ablg backbone. Is backbone moro ndmlrablo than a little senso? Heroes aro talked about as If thoy wore as plentiful as tho hair on a dog. You havo heard and read lots about heroes, but did you over see ono? You cannot toll a lie about a man without convoying a truth at tho same timo; tho llstoner will know that tlio ono lied about Is a better man than you. Thoro can bo no higher compliment given you than to luvvo falso friends or enemies toll llos about you with tho vlow of injuring you. It moans that thoy havo prodded around to llnd out somo had things you havo dono and failed to find any. "lhavo always used For.nv's Hon uy and Tau couglimodiclno, nndthluk it tho best in tlio world," says Clias. Bendor, a nowsdealer of Erlo, Pa. Nothing olso as good. Campboll & Burroll. Cheap Money to Lonn. Ono of Allen county's well-to-do farmers renowed tho mortgage on Ills farm tlio other day without oven figur ing with Henderson - Powell, That man was deceived as to tho terms, and besides ho paid a higher rato of Intorost than they would charge If you want to borrow money on. farm or city property, he suro to seo them. A MlsumUTstitmliiig. Misunderstood symptoms of dlsoaso lead doctors to treat something olso whon the kidneys are out of order. Por.iiY's Kidnuy Cum: will bring you health when other medicines have failed. Take no substitute. Cam t . ell & Burroll. t Enameled saucepan with Pn handle, worth 25c, for Uu Doublo rico boilers, en- 3Qp nmoled, worth 75c, for....""" Enameled drinking cups Cn worth 10c, for vu Enameled pudding pans in worth 15c, for lUb Curry combs, shoo, scrub inn hair and clothes brushes.."" 00-ft wo von cotton clothes IQp lino, worth 15c "l 100-ft galvanlzod wire 19c clothes lino, worth 25c for.. Largo size galvanized PQp iron wash tubs, worth 75c " Mrs. Potts sad Irons, a ncn set, worth $1.00, for ' Mrs. Potts' sad Iron handles, worth 10c, oaeh. . . 5c Tho Oilier Follows' Say So. Galena Times: Iola has struck tho trail of imaginative street cars and will hardly speak to her smaller sister oitics. Williamsburg Republican: Jim Pruott, tlio old reliable, who hails from Iola, is in town tills week. Ac cording to Jim Iola is tlio "whole thing." Arkansas City Traveler: Iola says It needs another school houso. Iola should tako a vacation. Galena Times: Iola is to build an other school houso. Sho has built ono each year for tho past flvo years and still the children tumblo over ono another In tlioir mad scramblo for knowledge Bluo Rapids Monitor: Gas is so cheap at Iola that thoy never think of "turning off tho gas." Tho town is said to 1)0 a great place to roar babies. No difference what timo of night tlio little ono takes tho colic, tho "lamp is lit and tho flro built." Pittsburg Headlight: Ed. Davis, an ox-newspaper man of Iola, with his father, W. E. Davis, who has been the owner of tho Iola flour mills for tho past twenty years, arrived in tlio city yesterday afternoon. Thoy havo been travollng through tho south and during their trip visited tho oil region between Beaumont and Port Arthur, Toxas, and say tho gushers thero aro something wondorful. Fort Scott Monitor: Harry Sofge, an old Fort Seott printer, camo in from Iola last night to spend Sunday with Ills wife &&& This slgnaturo la on overy box ot tho genuine Laxative Bromo'Quinine Tablets ho remedy that '.'tiros n cold In .ono day 81,000 Suit Against tho City. Onco moro has Iola's increased greatness and hor dofectlvo walks bred a damage suit against tho city. This time it Is Mary Thompson, a colored woman who brings suit. Sho is tho colored woman who exhorted on tho streots hero last fall, a largo, lleshy woman. About Decembor 21 sho tripped on a board in tho walk on sbuth Washington avenue in front of J. C. Clark's jand fell heavily, sustain ing injuries to her limb and hurting her intornally. Judgo Thompson is acting as hor attornoy and tho judgo, having lost ono damago caso becauso of inability to ostablishthodangorous noss of tho walk, hud a photograph takon of tho walk tlio day aftertho acci dent showing just how it appeared. Ho says that sovcral women tripped on tlio same board, but the others luckily wero not hurt. Tlio city will fight tho caso. Eloped and Married. Onco moro lias true lovo jumped tlio barriers and mated together two young lives, dospito tho gentlo but firm re- inonstrancos of oldor heads. Thurs day Harry Canatsoy and Sabra Fin- loy urovo to Yntos Contor In a surrey and wtJro married. Harry Canatsoy is tho son of Will Canatsoy and has grown up horo in Iola. Ho is employ ed at Cowan & Aushorman's grocory store Miss Flnloy is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Flnloy, of 502 South street, and moved horo from tlio coun try with her paronts Bomo months ago. Tlio parents of nolthor of tho young peoplo hud any particular objection to tho match savo on tho score of youth, unci it seems probablo that after a stern admonition never to do It again, I tho young folks will bo forgiven. m 1 I 'M I n J .i A : y? t&n "' EA iTTTi ii1iii.Mliirn T W.'. 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