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THE IOLA. BEGISTER, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 1901 II I'll K rt The News of CENTER (WOVE. Mlssllclle llpjiiolili Reporter. Feb. Il--Mosdumos;ilettlngor, Hum ilton, Reynolds tuid Klon.lo mid .Tolm Klonzle, Hullo and Flora RoynoldH wero on tho sick list last week. Albert Butts or l'ralrlo View visited nt Mr Dulo's last Tuesday. Edna Foster assisted Mrs Hoynolds with hor work last week. Soveral from this vicinity attended tho funeral of Mr Savings near Maplo Grove Friday morning. Kthol Rcmloy starts for Texas to day. IIELKUV. Morrlboth A tor, Ucportor. Feb. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Shockoy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. French. Mr. Green started to Oklahoma Saturday to visit his son. Cora Blbens, Llzzlo Siglcr and Maud and Mlnnlo Talley went to' Lu Httrpo Saturday, and Eirio Cramer to Bayard to tako the common school ex amination. Wo wish them success. Elmer Blbens Is drilling a well. Those who attended tho box supper at tho star Wednesday evening report it it success both socially and llnun elally. Walter Jackson has been sick but is improlng. Grant Shockoy has been holplng Mart Shockoy dig a well. Mr. Kmbry and family spent Thurs daj at N. T. Curloy's. Wednesday being Hugh Fergus's sixth birthday, he treated his school mates to cako. Wo wish Master Hugh many happy birthdays. T If Cramer sold his hogs Thurs day to Mr Rogers. IjIHKUTY. Mtn. I'loru 11. Johnson, Reporter Feb. i). Oh whut lino weather wo aro having. Mrs Kmnm Kramer. Mr Murph and Undo John Cornell aro tho grip victims this week. Oscar Myers sawed wood for Mr. Murphy Thursday and Friday and will saw for Ed Oaborn noxt. Alico Murphy, ono of tho New York htoro clerks Is spending two weeks at home taking a vacation. Mr Rupp of Vernon was in this vi cinity on business recently. Mr and Mrs J Heath visited their sou Oscar Friday. Luto llutton was in our vicinity Wednesday. Murphy's young folks attended tho Catholic church fair in Iola Thursday night. They report a good timo. A good many of tho children miss school now on account of colds. Mr. Murphy lost a calf Mondaj . OSACJK VALIjKN. J Stout Reporter Fob. 11 Mr. and Mrs. l'ios Sutlo of Iola aro visiting friends in this neighborhood. Miss Liolu Lotllor spent Monday and Tuesday with her friend Miss Ilattio Peak in Morun. Mr. T. II. Lamunyon is going to liavo a public sale at Ills farm half inllo cast and ono mllo north of Bnj ard on Saturday tho Kith. v Mrs. McGurk spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mjers. Oru Doughty clerked in Culbcitson & Russell storoSuturduy. Rov. Brown (Hied his appointment at tho Osago Valloy church Sunday morning and night. White'- has como at last. I O my how rough tho roads are. J. II. Myers and J. W. Stout wont to Kincaid last Saturdaj. Mr. and Mrs. Mjors visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lolller last Tuesday. Jim Gilliam went to Moran Monday aftor lumber to llnish his houso which he is building. (JOM)KX VAIjLKY. MR8. 1IATTIE QUI.LETT, KcpOrtCr Feb 0 A C JKohlor bought Hovor Kerr's corn for 110 cents. Mr Barker aholled it. Arthur Pinckney and J W Wood wont to Lallarpo Monday. Mathow Mltcholl is settled on tho farm again after a yoar in Iola. Wo aro glad to have him and his wlfo with us again. Georgo Burchman is working for D Curfman. Mrs B Boeken has been quite ill but is bettor. Claudo Stowart bought a team of mules of Gullott and Wood. Tip and Juno Williams woro holp Ing haul corn for II Korr. Clifford Isaac's aro settled in their homo and wo wish them well. Tho snow was good on tho wheat. Mary Michklo was holplng Mrs Lo roy Ayors Saturday. Mrs Proston and Mrs Gullctt woro tho guests of Mrs J P Kohlor since our last. Fred Kossler was in tho Yalloy last Thursduy. t Walter Wood attended tho mas querade at tho club in Lallarpo. Allen County Mrs B Bookon has boon qulto sick. Dr Jewell of Moran is attending lier. Jim Pinckney has gone to Iola to work. Mrs Myors visited hor daughter Mrs Ewlng In Iola since our last. A quilting at Mrs A C Kohlor's Wednesday. HUMUOIiDT Arlliur CunnltiKlmin, ltcporlcr F. Saving who has been very ill at his home south east of town for two or threoweeks, died Wodnosday night. Mr. Savlngwas ono of thosubstantial farm ors of Allen county. Ho leavos a largo family of sons and daugh ters and many friends to hnourn his death. Tho services wero hold at tho houso at ton o'clock Friday morning and at tho Lutheran Church at ono o'clock. Tho remains werctlnterred at Ml. Hopo cemetery. Tho Scandinavian Quartettogavo an Interesting piogramo at tho Opera House Wednosday evening. Owing to tho Illness of tho pianist part or tho program was omlted, buttho our mission was hardly noticed by the audience. Tho Royal Neighbor team wcro in vited to go to Cliunuto Thursday night to help tako in a number of now mem bers and a banquet, those who attend ed wore, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Herj Tord, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moore, Mrs. O'Connor, Mrs. L. Rice, Mrs. A. F. Fish, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Gard ner, Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Kemmerer. Miss Dora Cochmaii, Dr. Duncan, and Rodney Redfleld. Geo. Marshall Is very 111 at his homo in Humboldt. His recover is considered doubtful. Mrs. A. II. Xewton entertained tho ladies of Humboldt at a reception Thursday and Friday afternoon. In spite of tho bad weather a large num ber attended both leceptions. There is a ounglady in Humboldt who used to bo in Mrs. Nation's Sun day School class in Medicine Lodge, so please make room for Humboldt In the band wagon. Tho Misses Rossiner entertained a few friends at tea Thursday evening in celebration of Chas. Hoss' 2111 birthday. Those present were, Messrs I-ussmun, Berly, Osborn, Pi of. Por ter and Charles Gardner. Fred Ernst throw up his job with the tolephono compaii Thursday. Ho will tako chargo of tho "Kdgerton" Plasanton and Rich Hill Mo. system which Ills father has purchased. Mi ami Mrs. Kolly will tako chargo of tho system here. OAKIA'LH. II. V, I.nmafctor, Ileportcr Mrs. Wheeler of Montgomery count is liero isitlng her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. K. V. Smith. .T. it. Dunlay and son sold a car loud of hogs to nuy Huberts of Col on, iccolving S."i.0." per cut. for them. Arthur Longshoro lias purchased L). (.'. Glllaspie's farm and will take possession March 1st. Wo have not hoard what Mr. Olllaspio's plans aro but hope ho will not leuvo tho jioigh borhood. W. S. Dickerson has boon shipping baled hay this week. I. W. Funston lias sonio oarling steers for sale. Kiwi WHson of Iola is visiting his sisters this week, Mrs. Teats and Hal ve . How to Cure (iilp. Hcniain quietly at homo and lake Chamberlain's Cough Itemed- as di rected and a quick recovery is suro to follow. That remedy counteracts any tendency of tho grip to result In pnou monlti, which is roallytho only serious danger. Among tho tens ot thousands who have used it for tho grip not ono easo has over been roported that did not recover. Sold by Iola Druggists Spring linuicli Frank Jtu-Uson, reporter Fob .'( .Tamos Davis wont to Topc- ka Sunday nlglit tooxprosshlsoplnoln to our ropresentutlvo In tho legislature in regard to tho proposed now court houso. Ho returned Tuesday. Low Anderson shipped his fat cattlo to Kansas City last week. Mr Giolosplo near the Deor Creek school houso sold his farm last week to Mr II Longshore A H Mull returned Saturday from tho Poultry Show at Chanuto whero ho took a number of premiums. Miss Cardio Daniels visited her sis ter in Yates Center last week. Fred Daniels moved last week to a farm near Moran whero ho will farm tho coming season. There was an oyster supper at Jim Mortna's houso last Thursday night. Thoso present report n good time. KUNS'lUV MIB8 AMY'BeVMOUK. Ripottc Fob U Mrs B Hoekln is on tho sick list. Mrs Bolllngor ontertalnod Meadamea Lytlo, Hunter, Stowart and Stono Thursday. Thoso from our school who took tho examination wore Drew Stowart, Gertlo McCollum and Jeanuotto Sey mour. We wish them suecoss. $ The Day of Days! The Time of Times! Momentous Movement! $ O Measureless Savings For Shrewd and Provident Buyers! S draod Ladies' High Grade A gathering of Exquisite Products Seldom Seen in This City Fitness and Fineness Char acterize every garmen.t Certain elegance yoked to sensible economy and every piece touched with temptingness. New, crisp, reliable merchandise "GOOD AS GOLD" Left the airy, light workrooms, and the skilled hands of honest labor but ten days ago. Are Now Ready For Your Inspection and Selection. ALL UNDERPRICED FOR THE OCCASION. GOWNS, CHEniSE, SKIRTS, DRAWERS, CORSET COVERS. O You Must See These Goods to Thoroughly Appreciate The Values. & CRESCO CORSETS! THOMPSON'S GLOVEHTTING CORSETS! uTcORifs! O We are the Exclusive : For These Renowned WW xgooxxooxooaooxx OOOO u I I Dr, rentier's KIDNEY and Backache Cure. t?rtwt Hit t'l.h.... 111. ,1 ln h ITJn i ui (tii Aiuiivj, iinnuri nun uiiuuijr Trouble. Ijimo Iiack, Heart llKcnrokiu Ulicir, KliiumntlHlii, iunciuntr etc. Unfailinfr in Femalo vV cakness mnmmmmamwaummiKic--n am -xrmrm Dj dealer. & nlzo by u t(kb nnlonl&,X Laura Corn spent one night of last week at Mr Stowart's. Mr Stowart shipped cattle to Kansas City Wednesday. Our teacher ollored a boolc last month to tho pupil who raised tho a erago highest In examination. Gcotgo Donald w alked oil' with tho prl?o. Good for George. Heport of l'ralrlo Hall school for tho month ending Feb. 8: Number en rolled 27. Average attendance, 2.". Thoso neither absent nor tardy, iTctinnotto Seymour, Minnie Hunter, Nina Hunter, Mary and Georgo Donald. Thoso averaging 00 or abovo Mary Donald, Maudo Hunter, Ger trudo Andruss, Karne.st McDaniol, Nina Hunter, Leslie Nixon, Grade, Kussoll and Ilea Andruss. Laura Corn, Teacher. Hov Carter has only two moro ap pointments boforo ho goos to Confer ence Ho will preach to us Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, Fob 21, If Providonco will permit. Mr and Mrs J L Mers spent Tues day nlglit and Wednesday with their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs 15 lining. J K Hunter wont to Lono Kim Tues day to see his father and mother who woro both sick with thegrip. IIo oamo homo Saturday. NKOSIIO VAIiLKV. (J, L. Ahnoid importer. Feb l.'l On Wednesday of last week W Dickoy received tho sad nows'of tho death or u brother In Nobraska. K JB Ilutlor has been appolntod director on tho school board to fill tho v-aeancey caused by tho death of O A Carnahan. Wash Dickoy lias rented Patrick McCabo's place for tho coming yoar. C J Proston has been hauling lum ber from Neosho Falls for the pur pose of building a now barn. It seems that thero haB been no Im provement in Brother Kirpatrick's wlfo'a condition. Hor trouble Is a mental derangement which fs only mado manifest at tlmos. Some of Chas Williams' family and tho Purdom boys lunched ,in tho small pox tent just before tho lease thero had developed autliclontly to determine positively what it was. G Davia ia making a good drainago 1""' J i ri B i i Second OF MUSLIN UND J Mmic SjirUr'A lmJaJjSJj; Selling Agents CORSETS For Allen County. Out 1" different s'hs to select from. Ti- cue and jmi will muoi war an other our mom- hai-k if not satNfiii-iorv. doRSEl lian&as' Greatest on his rami west or the river b the use of tiling. The 1'iostons aro receiving a isit from a cousin, a (ung man by the name of Smith, of Missouri. He lias been down in the Torritoi- for two or three months. A 10 Arnold has been visiting at H F Clark's west of Humboldt for tho past week. N Arnold hns been confined to the bed for sot oral days with a sovero cold. His brothor-in-law's child liv ing in Onion eieok neighborhood died on Tuesday and tho brother-in-law is lying at tho point of death witli pneu monia. SAVOXHUKW. Mm. O. 1). Courtnej, Correspondent Feb 12 F Y Siiodgrass of Lcanna, shipped a ear load of sheep to Kansas City Monday night. Jennie McDormond of Oswego, gave an elocutionary entertainment at tho Friends church Saturday night. John Smith will go to St. Louis next week to purchase their spring stock. L H King is in Kansas City this week buying goods. Two gentlemen from Iowa aro hero, guests of J O W man. They aro look ing over tho country with a view to buying and locating hero. Itov Carter or Hepler, pi cached at the school houso last Sunday both morning and evening, and also at Leanna on Monday ovcnlng, whero, if satisfactory arrangements aro made, ho will probably engagefor one-fourth of his timo. Hov McFarland or Stark is holding a series or meetings at tho Friends church in this city. Adney Hraggs' now hardwaro and furniture rooms aro Hearing comple tion and when finished will bo tho most commodious aud elegant rooms for tho purposo to bo found in tills part of tho e untry. Lou Hull's huvo built a now kitchen, Miss Olivor of Oswogo la horo visit ing her brother It B Olivor. II A Richardson 1ms Improved his property by digging a cistorn. Miller & Miller shipped hogs to Kansas City Monday night. MUUAN. Mr. L. II. llassett Fob .'1 Mrs Harry Miller spent last weok In Kansas City visiting hor parents. Lulu Caring sulTorod from a sovero attack of neuralgia last weok. Old Mrs Varnor has been qulto 111. Sho la at the homo of hor son S O Varner. ANT NEW Annual ERWEAR Arter all tho years Mistress Fashion has turned logleal! A French idea, but we've "naturalized" it into lines adapted to our American liguro. No short breathing, no bind ing, no indigostlon can result from a em-set which throws all its pressure on tho hips and back muscles. The liguro is held erect and straight and is given a line military car llttgo. In all slos. Trice $l.fj Or style i!S I n w !l 'i si in effect l'rlee l li Debartmeut Storfi. YDDk 40OOXXXAOOCOOOOOOOOOOO oo 'ipSS:" Mrs L H Klnne recolvcd a telegram last Wednesday announcing the death of her mother. Mrs Harrison's homo was at Schoolcraft, Mich. She hud been HI some timo so tho sad news was not unexpected. W It Morgan and wilo and two chil dren arrived hero h-om Bushnoll, 111, last weok to visit relatives. Mrs Morgan is a sister or tho Varners. Tho Teachers Association met ut tho high school last Saturday. The at Itendancowas not largo but tho oxer i cises were interesting. I Ml' r? 1 'Plirnti'ia irnnt tt Trln luct Saturday. A merry party went out to Mr Hint's last Tuesday evening, and oi course tlioy enjoyed every moment they spent thero. Mrs Mauley and Mrs Olillest ilrovo over Irom LuIIarpo last Thursday to roorganio tho W C T U hero. Twenty two niinios wero enrolled. Tho olllcers chosen woro President, Mrs Hodgos: Heo Sec, Mrs Bassctt; Treas, Mrs Willot; Cor Sec, Mrs Samuols; Vice Presidents, Mrs McAdams, Mrs May Jewell, Mrs Millor, Mrs G F Smith and Miss Zarlng. Quarterly meeting 'was hold In tho M Kelnych last Saturday and Sun day. Tho presiding older proached at tho union ovangolistlo services in tho Prosbyterlan church last Friday and Saturday ovonings to appreciative audiences. Last weok our stores closed early that all might have an opportunity to attend tho meetings. Tho last sorvlco was hold Sabbath ovenlng. Much good has been dono In tho. past two months, but tho re sults havo not been as groat as it was hoped tlioy would bo, Mrs Walts lias been very ill, but is a Uttlo hotter Tho youngost child oi Mrs Walklns who llvo-i on W J Humbol's fui-m, has been dangerously ill. SOUTH MAl'LK (JROVK AX1) CEX TltAL AVKXUE. GcorKO M. Lath, Reporter Fob 11 Fred Saving who has been sick noarly all winter with cancor of tho stomach died TuoBday night. IIo was in his fi'Jtli year and has been u resident of this county for eighteen Offlfe 8 8 8 corset: 8 A Q. I). Corset Por Every Figure A corset tlut will II ou better nnil more comfortubU tlmn any other A special corset for Sou who ure stout. A speclaleorsctforyou wlm lire tliln. A speciileorsct foryou w lio lire short w ulsteu. A special corset for you who tiro lotix wtilstctl There s a certain sh.ipo lh.it wis meant for you Vuuilim I hate to take a iniulel tint was Intended for some one else Tor ineilhiin Hume there's Mle'ri7 price 1 00 Ficneh model medium length coiset It h m! ilciliiiii t'ii ,iit line with smart CULBERTSON'S UNDERTAKING PARLORS OPEr4 DAY AND NIGHT. One of the Host I (pupped UmlcrtjUlnif Kstub" lishtncniKln thoStiitc, years' Tho funeral was hold at tho Luthoru church Frida afternoon. Ho leavos a wife and a largo family of grown children and a host of friends to mourn his loss. Anna Piofer icceived a valuable gold watch and chain for her birthday present presented to her by her three brothers. It M Cunningham and John Mar shall wero around in tills pint of tho county tho Ui-kt or tho week securing gas louses, John Thomas shot sonio ducks Fri day evening and tho gun in somo way exploded and blowed tho hammer oil. The hammer striking him just bolow tho loft oyo cut.quito a placo. Tho Sunday school at Maplo Grovo has been changed to Sunday morning Instead of Sunday afternoon, Tho preaching is still in tho arter tioon. YOU KXOW WllATYOUAltK TAKIXff When you tako Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because tho formula Is plainly printed on overy bottlo show ing that it is simply Iron and Quinine in a tastoloss form. No Cure, No Pay. lOconts. KliSMOUK. lleporter. Chas Ihaden. Mrs. Brookhart was down to Kimball Thursday. Thero Is to bo a Knights of Wood craft lodgo organized in tho now hall Suturday ovoning, John Wilson and family will moo to Toxas on tho 10th ofthisMonth. Mr. Sheperd, of Joplln Mo. visi ted at Dr. Brookharts last week. Mrs. C. H. Letzbuch, of Humboldt is visiting her paronts Mr. and Mrs. W- D. Cox this week. Mlsa Etta Hill is very sick at her home north of town. Tho Union literary club will discuss whotlior or not Mrs. Carrlo Nation is right in doing tho work In smashing joints. A warm timo Is oxpected. J. T. Houso and wlfo, of Wichita, formorly manager of tho lumber yard horo was visiting friends in town Fri day and Saturday. Hoy Rodllold spent, Sunday with homo folks at Humboldt. Earl Cox bought him a flno noX Conn cornot last weok. This is anoth7 or holp to tho band, jr S$JP 1J a I ill I 4 1 m.' v rwvnr&mt mr "SJ- rg gtm win ! r hiii mm r fTi''"v"' "