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THE ICLA KKGISTEK FKJDAX, AUQCST 0,. lum
ill GRINDS AWAY.
Koiitine BiisIiu'hr nml Sulni'tea
lowed. Missouri l'nciilc Water
Tho city council mot Thursday In
A petition for a uow sidewalk on the
south sldo of Catnpboll street was re
ferred to tho committee.
A communication of T. I Strlck
land In regard to violations of tho
sanitary ordluanco was read and filed.
Tho city clerk's report of occupa
tion tax collections for July was read
and referred. Tho sum collected was
Tho public Improvements committee
reported favorably on putting down a
street crossing on South Walnut at
tho intersection of Spruco street. On
motion tho report was aeeopted and a
brick crossing ordered.
Tho commltteo to which was referred
tho matter of furnishing water to tho
Missouri Paclllo railway submitted a
proposition which was read and re
erred back to commltteo to submit to
The council ordered that all tho
guards bo drawn from tho Detention
Hospital, there being no further need
Ills wero allowed as follows:
W. k. Allison, salary July jr."! 00
V O. Howard, " " 70(0
Warren Ilott, " no 00
V S. Canntsey, " " MOO
A.D.Iloycr, " 40 00
1, 11. Ilrcwer, " " 40 00
1). M. Grew, " " 40 00
J. II HnrrK " " 3,100
TravlsMorse, " " 28 00
W M. Knapp, ' " ,...2500
D. 12. Fowler, labor 19 00
J. It. Shields, iruara, hospital 37 SO
W. M. Fisher, " " 39 00
W.S Canatscy, " " '..... 12!
F, S. Oanatsey, tlrcman fees 2160
Jno T. Kverliart, sales of water 12 IS
Jno. T. Hverhnrt, wcliihltiK 13 87
W. T. Shoemaker, tcumlnE 3 05
W. D. Jackson, 22 22
.1, I.. Thompson, labor 17 19
It. II. Ilrown, ' 7 19
A.J Mnirncr, " '. '. 2 81
J.O.Clark. 3 49
h. 1). Dishorn:, " '. 7 00
F. S. Oanatcy' tllllnuclstcrns 3 00
lC. O. l'lurnli. Co., tupping mains 245 00
Shell & liilnl, luiMlware 3 31
T. II. Shannon ' 3 00
Crane & Co.. blanks 3 25
AncliTMln Coup. Co., md.e 2 25
V M. Knnnp, expense 1 15
Shapcl& l'alstrlnu, Kmlthlni,' 6 50
F W.FHrKeruld, trclKlit 37 00
Inla Concrete Co , repairs 4 00
Travis Morse, docket fee .1 to
J H. Wilson, feed llio team 5 55
J S. Ledford, cuttlnu weeds 133
It. 11. ndwardsilrcduty. : 3 00
It. V. Thrasher, wacon numbers 8 00
Iola (las Co., city bus 42 21
The bill of tho Iola Concreto Co.,
or areas and curbing was referred to
Tha KniimiH Gits Field.
Tho HrXiiSTHR has already men
tioned tho coming report of Stato
Labor Commissioner W. L. A. John
son. Tho Topeka Capital says it is
ncarlng completion and it is sure to
:ull wider attention to the Importaneo
of Iola us a manufacturing point. In
roviowlng tho report tho Capital say?:
Tho oil and gas fields of Kansas
cover about H.jO square miles and com
prlso Bourbon, Linn, Allen, Neosho,
Wilson, Elk, Montgomery and Chau
tauqua countlos. More than 100 noils
have been drilled in this district, the
average depth of which is 1)00 feet.
Tho average output ranges from two
to twelve million feet of fas every
twenty-four hours. Mr. Johnson, In
his report, says:
"Tho great valuo of natural gas as
a fuel in manufacturing has become n
matter of groat concern to our coal
producing counties. 'A comparison
of hoat units In tho two articles of
fuol shows that twenty thousand cubic
fcot of gas equals in heat one ton of
ooal. It is estimated that 100 or more
manufacturing concerns in Allen
'"unty aro using gat for fuel. Che.in
ical anulysls of tho Kansas gas shows
it to bo superior In quality to the gas
found In eastorn states. Tho Iola
Portland cement plant usos gas for
fuel. Tho plant manufactures 3,000
barrels of cement a duy and employes
400 men. The output for a yoar Is
3,093,000 barrols, which if loaded Into
cars, would make a train seventy-two
"Tho six smelters In tho district
which have reportod to this olllco,
employed 1,123 men during 180!) and
last yoar they furnished employment
to 1,888. Tho value of tho raw tnai
tnr'.al produced by thoso plants for
3809 was $08,200 and for l'JOO It
amounted to $151,200. Tho valuo of
the manufactured product 09 for 18
amounted to $2,87DI3,'32 and for, 1000 to
"TheJ valuo of tho manufactured
jroducts of tho brick plants of the
district reporting was $100,000 for the
year 1009 and $103,000 for 1000.
Any farmer having wheat or llax
iraw to sell, please communlcato with
J A. Joltrios, Iola, Kansas. I will
i vy $1.60 por ton In tho stack.
.1, A. Ji:FFitii:s.
JULGE 1;UH Y0UJR8ELF
in l rnatnre In on every box of the genuine
uuative BromoQuinine Tbieu
i ' remedy that cures n cold In one loy
Which is lletter Try nn Experiment
or Profit by nn Iola
Somethlntt now Is nn ciperlmcnt.
Must 1h) proved to bo ns represented.
The statement of it manufacturer Is not con
vincing proof of merit.
Hut the endorsement of friends Is,
Now supposing you had n bad back.
A Lame, Weak or Aehlnir one.
Would yo experiment on It r
You will read of many so-called cures. , .j
Dirtorwd by strntwers fr0m fariiwny
It's different when tho endorsement comes
lliisy to prote local testimony.
Homo endorsement Is tho proof that tricks
every box ot Doan's Kidney l'llls.
Head this cuse;
Mr. J. Eshbaugh, Lather, of 324
Buckoyo street, says: "Ten years
ago a pain developed in tho small of
my back and It gradually got worse.
Each successlvo attack was, more se
ycro than Its predecessors and resist
ed all my efforts to check, lot ulono
euro. Tho contraction of a slight cold
or an extra strain on tho muscles of
tho back always aggravated It. Fin
ally thero was a dull aching in my
back continually. I went to C. U.
Spencer & Co's drug store for Doan's
Kldnoy Pills and took a course of tho
treatment. It cured. To say I en
dorse tho preparation feebly expresses
my opinion of it."
For salo by all dealers. Prlco B0
cents per box. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for tho
Remember the nami Doan's and
tako no substitute.
Locnl Ttouto Still Unsettled.
Tho Fort Scott. Iola St Western
railroad seems not yet to have fixed
definitely upon what route It will se
lect for its right-of-way through Iola.
After many difficulties tho road was
granted a right-of-way by tho council
along tho north sldo of tho Missouri
Pacific. That sweet girl got her buck
up and built a wondorous bustlo whero
tho stock yards used to be, so the new
road would havo to get clear to tho
north end of town to go around that
hump. Now tho now road's agents
aro Interviewing resldonts along
Douglas street, inquiring tho selling
prlco of their property and the figuro
at which they estlmuto tho damages
they would sustain by the road's
passing along that street. In view of
tho old-tltno way In which towns fell
over themselves to glvo right-of-way
to railroads this uow road is having
the hardest timo any Kansas ralhoiiil
over had. It is spending its money in
good faith now In construction and it
is to bo hoped no more- stumbling
blocks will impede its successful con
struction and operation.
And Old Man is Vile.
Tho cement plant Is a nice prospect,
good to look upon, and tho only blem
ish Is the olllco gang. Not that they
are not as good as most men, but men
aro mean. When ono of tho olllco
gang falls into the tolls thoy grind
moro industriously on him than tho
machinery grinds clinker. Mr. Ward
Is tho latest amusement. Ward, It
seems, was informed in a letter from
a lady friend that ha was "80" so far
as sho was concerned. She put it
daintily, on scented paper, not in tho
remotest way hinting at angor. Ho
was 80, that was all, and shelsn't fotid
of figures. So far all was well. But
that note fell into the hutids of tl.o
gang and they havo been riding Ward
a paco that kills. Hi has contracted
with a local factory to keep the gang
In cigars for a month and yet thoy do
not seem satisfied. Tho moral Is
obvious: When you join tho cement
company's olllco force eschew girls.
Ask any of tho gang, they hao all
been hounded, and they will agree.
fortune .Smiles on These.
Now that tho strain is over and all
tho returns in it is interesting to look
over tho list of those Iola people
whoso hopos were fulfilled, on whom
Fortune dolgned to cast her llcklo
smile. Thero Is nothing In tho uppoar
ancn of tho prlzo winners to show why
tho jado smiled on them but it is better
to bo born lucky than handsome any
day. That Is what tho losers aro say
ing. Tho complete list of Iola winners of
Kiowa farms shows that Iola got her
s uire and then some-. It was esti
mated that about eight farms would
be her proper sharo, but nearly twlco
that many foil this way. As near as
tho IluaiSTilit can figure, tho following
C. A. Savage, J. II. Clondennln,
Lester II. Huckura, John II. Anderson,
J. W.Klmberling.JS. K. Ton s, Georgo
Wllhito, Horbort Goshorn, Krastus
Hull, John Hart, Drock Heed, A. V.
Bishop, W. II. McCullough, J. S.
Turner and Jas, A. Trine. Fifteen
men won out.
To (Jure a Cold in ono Duy
Tako Laxative Bromo Qulnino Tab
lots. .All druggists refund tho mono
it it falls to cure. E. W. Groves'
signature Is on each box, 2.ro.
No such thing as "summer com
plaint" whero Dr. Fowler's Extract
of Wild Strawberry is kept handy.
Nature's remedy for every looseness
of tho bowols.
A .Soaking ltniii Foil.
Saturday night tho best rain which
this county has had for wcoks and
months fell. While it was accompa
nied by rather;' an exciting electrical
display thero was llttlo wind. and so
far as known no damage was done.
Tho rain was a steady downpour and
lasted several hours and tho dry earth '
drank it in greedily. In addition to
tho great benefit to tho crops, to past
ure and to hot humanity, roports from
sovcral sections say tho rain made
water In tho sto;k ponds, which will'
relievo stockmen of tho necosslty of
hauling water at grout expense and
loss of time. A fow weeks ago It was
predicted thero would not bo 1.000
bushels of corn raised In tho county,
but slnco tho showers reports havo Im
proved and after this last ruin tho sur
prise will bo that so much corn has
Vncuiicy'iii City Council.
Somehow tho honor of being a
member of tho city council don't hold
people In town as It should. Whon
thoy got ready to go they pull out
without tho least coupunctlon and
leave a yawning abyss In the ranks of
tho dads. Tho latest withdrawal is
W. F. Crelghton, cottncllmun from
tho fourth ward. So far as Is known
ho has not tendered his resignation,
but tho KnotSTKli understands that
ho has located In tho now country.
This means that ho will resign and so
thero will bo an opening for somo pat
riot who Is willing to step into tho
harness and put Into practlco somo of
tho benollcent reforms which ho Is
now busily enguged In advocating on
tho street. Thero aro scores of men
In tho ward who can glvo tho council
pointers on running tho city, and somo
of thoso should volunteer.
Plenty of Touchers Here.
Thero seems to bo an Impression
away from Allen county that there Is
a need of more teachers in this county.
Miss Olmstead says hulf a do?en from
other states attended tho Normal here
and sho Is dally approached by per
sons from awny who suy thoy under
stand there are not enough teachers
hero to caro for all tho schools. As a
matter of fact there are moro than
enough homo teachers to supply tho
demand and whilo Miss Olmstead
hold's down her position she says sho
Intends to patronize homo Industry,
n sentiment which will bo generally
applauded over tho county.
Must he (Jowl band.
Tho City Ileal Estate aud Trust Comp
any lias filed suit against J. L. Skin
ner for farm rent. Skinner rented tho
south-east quarter of 31-23-10 east 'of
Carlylo of tho company for tho years
1900 and 1001, and paid no rents, thoy
say. In 1000, so tho papers on lllo
say, ho raised crops worth S3,000 and
so far In 1001 ho has raised $3,000
worth of crops. Tho rent terms called
for a third grain rent, and so tho
company wants $1,000 for each year.
The general impression will be that
tho south-oast quarter of 31-23-10 is a
pretty tolerably good hunk of soil.
Tho trust company Is a Kansas City
James Dickey Dead.
.Tamos Dickey, an old soldier who
made bis homo at 218 north Buckeyo
for several years, died about 1 o'clock
last Friday. Ho was closo to sev
enty years old and has been 111 for
about ten days with a severe bowel
trouble. Ho leaves a wife and soveral
married children. Tho remains wero
taken to Genova. whero ho lived
for many yeirs, and tho funoral ser
vices were conlu'wl there. Ha was
a member of McCook Post, G. A. It.,
a good citizen and his death will bo
learned with regret b. all nlio know
Death of Olive Mtirtut.
Miss Ollvo Martin died Thursday
overling at 8 o'clock after a lingering
illness, at tho homo t f Mrs, Joo Boss,
with whom sho has lived for a yoar or
moro. Tho funeral was held from
tho United Brothern church Saturday
ufternoon, Rov. John Maclean olllclat
ing. Miss Martin was but nineteen
years old. Sho was born at Ploasan
ton but has lived in Iola most of her
life. Apparently full of llfo and vigor
sho lias suffered for years from a
seemingly incurable stomach trouble,
and for tho past yoar has been an invalid.
Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man
a clear head, an actlvo brain, vigor
ous body mukos him fit for tho battlo
Hooking on to the Katy.
The suspicion that the Iola, Ft.
Scott Si Western is eventually to bo
ono of tho sldo lino feeders of tho Mis
souri, Kansas & Texas system is
growing. It is a logical; theory be
cause tho lino connects two brunches
of that road. Moreovorthe first grad
ing on tho now lino, which is now po
int; n at Moran, indicates a closo
connection. Tho now grado is being
built to totich tho Katy tracks and a
curve permits switching,
Thomas' Electric Oil.
At any drug store.
1 POPULATION OF CITIES ii
AND TOWNS IN KANSAS ii
As Shown By An Official Bulletin Just Issued
from the Census Office
The number of Incorporated cities, towns
and vIIIurcs In Kansas has Increased from
327 In IS'io to 366 In 1300. A recent census
bulletin Rives the population of these places
Cities, Towns. Villages and
Abilene City 3.C07
Alma city Oft!
Almenn city Ml
Altamont city Cifi
Alton city SS7
Altoonu rlty KI'J
Amerlrtls rlty 5U
Anthony city 1,173
Arcndl.1 city KW
Argentine city B.S7S
Aiuonla city ECO
Arkansas City C,1W
Arlington city 312
Ashland city 493
Assnrln city 211
Atchison city 15,7?.'
Attica rlty 811
Atwood city ISO
AtiKiistB city 1,197
Axtdl city K,l
Haldwln city 1,017
Ilames city 381
Ilaxter Springs city ,... 1,011
ncattle city (3.1
Hellc I'lalneclty Kit
Hellevtlle city 1,43.1
llelolt city 2.3.V)
llennlnitton city SMI
Ulrd city ss
Illtie Mound city v Tffl
Illue Hapldsclty U.100
llluff city S
Ilnnner Hprli'Ksclty GO!)
llrnlnerd city 70
Uronson city 301
ltrookvllle city 2l"2
llurden city B19
llurllnRame city 1,430
IlurllnRton city 2,418
Iturr Oak city 071
Burton city C?7
Caldwell city ,
Cnnton city ,
Cnrbondnle city ..
Cedarvllle city ....
Centralla city ,
Cherryvnlle city ..
Clay Center city ..,
Clearwater city ..
Cofteevllfe city ...
Colby city ,
Coldwnter city ....
Conwny Springs cl
Coronndo city ....
Council drove city
Doniphan, city ,
Kdr.n city ,
Dtllnghnm city ,
Fairvlew city ..
Fall Illver city .
Florence city ..
Fontana city ...
Fort Scott city .
Frankfort city .
Fredonla city ..
Freeport city ,.
Glen nider city
Gralnlleld city ,
Great Ileud city
Greeley city ,
Grenola city ,
Haddam city SOS
Halstead city 911
Ilnmlln city His
Hanover city 9S7
Harper city 1,151
Hartford city 503
Havensvllle city 437
Hays city 1,130
Hazelton city 143
Hepler city , 215
Herlngton city 1,007
Hiawatha city 2.S29
Highland city 780
Hill city 408
Hlllsboro city 754
Holslngton city 789
Holton city 3,082
Hope city 557
Horace city 00
Horton city , 3,398
Howard city ,",,,,, 1,207
Hoxle city 250
Hugoton city., 54
Humboldt city 1,402
Hunnewell city 233
Huron city , 200
Hutchinson city 3,379
Independence city , 4,851
Inman city 3ft!
Iola city 5,791
Jamextown city ,
Junction city 4,095
Kanopolls city , 210
Kunsus City 51,418
Klncald city 304
Kinsman cfty 1,786
Kinsley city 780
Kiowa city , 70S
Klruln city ,,,., 580
I.a Crosse city
l.ucjinie city ,,.' 1
lahurpe city ,
Lancaster city ,
learned city ; 1
Lawrence city 10.
Leavenworth city 20,'
.euauun cuy ,. ,,,,,,
Lcbo city ,
Lenora city ,
Leon city , ,.,
Leonardville city .,.
Leotl city ,,.,,
Le Hoy city ,
Liberal city 420
i.i neriy city .;n
Lincoln city 1,202
Llndsborg city 1,279
Llnwood city 349
Llttlo Illver city 407
Logan city 419
Longton city CM
Ixiulsburg city 006
Louisville city 330
Lucas city 277
Lyndon city l.not
Lyons city 1,720
Medlelno Lodge city....
Melvcrn city ,....
Mound Itldge city
Mound Vollej city
Mt. Hope clt
Narka city !....
Neosho Falls city
Oiawatomlo city ..
l'arkervllle city . .
Pawnee Hock city.
Phllllpsburg city ..
Pleasanton city ...
Powhatan city ....
Quenemo city ,
St. John city
St. Marys city
St. Paul city
Santn Fe city
Scott city ,
Sharon Springs city....
Silver Lake city
Smith Conter city
South Haven city
South Hutchinson city.
Sylvan Grove city
Valley Center city
Valley Falls city
Vakeeney city 394
Waltclleld city y 3i'
Walnut city Co.!
Walton city 174
Wamego city 1,618
Washington city 1,675
Watervlile city 010
Wathena city 798
Waverly city 686
Weir city .,.. 2,977
Wellington city .... 4,245
WellBvUle city 447
Westmoreland city ... 020
Wetmore city i,,, 434
White city 632
White Cloud city 713
Whitewater city 267
Whiting city 384
Wichita city 24,671
Willis city 187
Wilson city 9.'3
Wlndom city 146
Wlnfleld city 6,654
Yates Centerclty 1,634
The Coloiivl Aiimver.
Lieut. Col. Hugh h. Scott, of the
United States volunteers, formerly
captain of the Seventh cavalry, is
known in tho army as an oillcer who
probably knows more about Indian
sign language than nny other living
man. At one time Col. Scott made a
standing otter of $1 to any redskin
who could show him a sign used by
any tribe which ho did not know.
The colonel Is also peculiarly absent
minded, n fact which was emphasized
at his marriage a few isars ago. As
he stood at the altar with his bride,
the olllclating clergyman asked him
the iiHiml .question as to taking the
woman beside hlm to bo his wife.
Tho colonel placed two lingers upon
Ills left eyebrow. After nn embar
rassing pause the clergyman repent
ed the question, and again the two
fingers went solemnly to tho left
eyebrow. It was not until tho bent
man poked the bridegroom in tlrti
ribs that ho camo back to eartli and
articulated "Yes," N. Y. Sun.
Scott's Emulsion ft
In aummor can bo nrovontod
Its as bonoflclal In summer as
Inwlntor. If you aro wonk or
run aown.it will build you up.
Send ror free sample.
SCOTT & noWNH, Chemisti,
409.41s rearl Street, New York.
yx. auu yi.ro; an druggists.
KANSAS CLIPS AND COMMENTS
Corn cutting lias begun at Sulina
A girl cut lier corn with a pocket knlfo
and has a mighty sore toe.
The Osago City Press prints a long
poem In Scotch dialect, which required
a key longer than a corkscrow.
The Neodesha Ilet'lstcr has discov
ered that tho months are llko birds,
tho first that appears of either being
Tho Fin do Sleclo club of Chantite Is
planning to go en masso to a watering
resort. This weather Is pretty trying
on fins anyway.
Jas. A Dow, an old merchant of
Olathe, formerly .rich but reduced to
comparative poverty by ill health
IJtink deposits aio paid to bo in
creasing ou account of the drouth and
hard times. Farmers havo been forced
to sell stock and bank tho cash.
Tho agents of two breweries In Tp
peka havo utrreed to nay each drutr-
glst soiling only their goods $50. How
is mat ior a town where no liquor is
For years it has been unlawful to
shoot squirt els in Forest Park
at Ottawa but the town boys havo
kept up their practlco by shooting
From Wichita comes the stnrv nf a
mau .vho bit a piece olT a neighbor's
ear during 11 light. The iudtro
put him under bond to "keep tho
Tho Arkansas Oil Company, com
posed of Parsons men, has received a
New Jorsoy charter to develop Indian
Territory oil tracts. How is that for
a pot snot?
For tho third timo lightning has
struck tho steeple of the Methodist
church at Olathe. riddling it and the
uieory about it never hitting twice in
the sumo place.
An ElDorado drugglstls advertising
a nostrum that will glvo business men
snap and vigor and tho Pepubllcan Is
running It freo in the hopo advertising
will pick up.
George Woodland, of Pardons, who
drew ii line Kiowa claim. Is in jail for
soiling boo,3 under a 1)0 duy sentence
so he cannot tile on his claim unless
he files out of jull.
There wus a llttlo cyclone near To
peka tho other day that unroofed sov
cral dwellings, but tho owners aro not
complaining as they can sleep com
fortably Indoors now.
When that Leavenworth girl -sent
out invitations for 11 "twilight musi
cale" sho certainly left oil the list
thoso persons whom shehas been wont
to regard as "old cats."
Will Johnson of Erie chaperoned
live girls from that place to Lawton to
lllo for claims, fie won a fine chanco
nnd the girls got nothing, but (if
course tho story isn't llnished
Dr. Ijittlo of Alma must bo an
honest man. A man called on him to
Inmilrn nlimit. cmnn ntlinu.,t ,,..,1 ..a-
celved so dreadful u diagnosis ho col
lapsed from heart failure and nearly
A Leavenworth small boy, accord
ing to tho Wosthrn Life, requested his
grandmother to ta,ko. oil her spec
tacles when cutting his pleco of pie,
after learning that they magnified
Among the marriage proposals that
camo to Griico Ilcals at Wichita wero
oloven from Chicago Elks. Tho
ncnovolence and Protection is evi
dently not restricted to tho order in
"Owing to an aflliction of the optic
nervo,,' as tho editor states, tho Pres
ton Plaindealer is for salo. Tho
ullllctlon probably prevents tho editor
from seeing his way to making both
When reorganizing tho Leavenworth
Coal Company issued 'a prospectus
cloarly showing that It had personal
property worth over a million.
When tho assessor nnllpd it.
had dlfllcujtv In discovering 815.-
The Spring Hill Now Era tolls how
tho town marshal gathered in somo
"declples of Bacchaes" and had them
fined. It is not surprising that time
honored Bacchus refuses to stand
sponsor for tho Spring Hill brand of
A Colorado Springs paper requested
pictures of soveral Eldorado girls
planning to go there. Tho editor
wroto that ho understood many beauti
ful girls lived in Eldorado, doubtless
having reached that conclusion from
studying pictures of Jossio Morrison
and Mrs. Castle.
Grace Brennen, working In a Tope
ka laundry, has been Informed that
sho is heiress to a million left by a
Mrs. Brunswick of Chicago. How
thoso guys who havo announced their
lovo for Miss Beals of Wichita will
regret their precipitancy,
A Valley Falls paper stated lhat If
vho saloons wero run out of Atchison
half the stores would closo. Thf
Atchison Champion retorts that If all
the bootleggers wero run out of Valley
Falls too few peoplo would bo loft to
properlv set a hen. What material
for tho Law and Order Leoguo!
Ivjxema, scald head, hives, Itchiness
of tho skin of any sort instantly re
lieved, permanently curod, Doan's
Ointment. At any drug store.
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