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TH& TOLA BEGH8TER FBI DAY; MAY 2 1902 ;. 3 one) v t w 1 . i un.i H Hf i! t THE IOLA REGISTER. UBLISHKD KVKUY FltlDAY. OHA.O. a?. BOOTT 18 W. II. Tarrant Arrives Villi Plans for Suwcr Syjtein tinil Apparatus for imklntr Survey Mr. W. 11, Turraut, tho engineer of Champaign, 111., to whom tho o.ty council let tho contract for drawing plans anil speculations for a septic Bower system for tola, arrived in Iola this week and will seo tho council about his his plans and If accepted will proceed tit onco with tho neces sary survey before active construction work will begin. The plans do not differ very materi ally from those made by Burns & McDonnell. The city Is divided Into four districts, tho south-west pari of town ,belng District "A," tho north and north-west being district "0", tho east and north-east district "13", and tho southeast "D". Main sewers run east between Madison and Broad way across town and between Jackson and Monroe streets. Tho south-east part of town will bo emptied into a basin on Kim creek south-cast of town. His plans have arranged ;for laterals completely covering tho town, so that after the city constructs Its main sowers tho people in any neighbor hood can knowijustwhcrc)and how they will bo able to connect. And wo certainly want sowers this year and want them mighty bad. Their construction will mean work for a large number of men, for tho work will be pushed when onco begun, and tho largo part of tho nionoy spent for the system will go In pay for labor. It is to bo hoped tho city council can get to tho question at an early date. County W. C. T. U. Institute. The annual session of tho Allen county "W. C. T. U. Institute finished a to dayssesslonWodnesday tho pro gram having proven most beneficial and interesting and tho attendance fair. Tho sessions woro hold at tho Methodist church and dolegatcs camo from over tho county. tiTho program for Tuesday's session was replete with Interest. In tho after noon excellent papers woro road pre senting many now thoughts. Interest ing discussions followed. A paper by Dr. Jewell, of Moran, on "Narcotics" was especially Instructive and awak ened a new interest in tho uso and effects of poisonous drugs. A vote of thanks was tendered Dr. Jewell with tho request that wo be pormittod to publish his excellent paper. An address by Ilov. iGillctto "Aro Christians responsible for tho desecra tion of tho Sabbath?" was full of good thought and called forth an animated discussion. A Parlimentary Drill was a pleas ant diversion. .Much enthusiasm be ing manifested when a motion was made thut "we move as a body on tho joints that still persist in defying tho law in a Jtruly Carrio Nation stylo." Motion prevailed. A motion that alcohol be used as a remedy for snake bite resulted in tho discovery of a number of slmplo remedies that woro not of alcoholic composition. When tho vote wrts called for tho motion was lost. Ono of the pleasant features of our evening session was tho singing by a chorus of children under tho direction of their toacher, Mr. Gambol. Children aro always wolcomo and an inspiration to every program. Mrs. Klnmoro's lecture on "Sclentlllc Tem perance" was much enjoyed and very Instructive. She fully demonstrated or knowledgo of this vital subject. I'ltOClItAM. Morning m sMoit 1 ueviln j April 2 J SO Deiotlons, Mrs Juno Mi'Kco QOOriMnu'nilaii.Mrs I. II. Viulljee, IB (M drooling, Mr, I) M OliUcsl 10 30 Question What should bo nruaiiipUahvil liy this Institution' 1'lisl In niombuishlp. Mm, Anna Hiker Second In Mibsoilptlons to the national und hluto jiipcii. Mis, I'.ki bnniuc). Third, In good results to tholoeul organizations, Mrs Minnie (Milium, 12 CO Noontide prujer, Mrt,. Mlnulu (milium. Afternoon seskloiiTuesdiy AprllJJ 2 DO (Jonsoorntlon scrilco, .Mis, Jennie U Klnmoro 2 30 Duties of local trcusurci, Mrs, Susan MeCarty. 2 I01ie value ot A stuto courso of study, What lines should be ptusucd, Mrs. Ilradlcy. 3 00 Narcotics, Ur II Jewell. 3 15 Aro druKKils'permllHlonKcrii necessity? Mrs, .Sophia Jones 3 30 Aro Christians responsible for the dese cration of tho Habbath' Ilov Clllletto, 100 Whit are thu best methods ot conduct ing u total abslcnance oaiup Ugn 115 I'arllraentury Drill, Mrs m II Wnllaco, 5 00 Miscellaneous business and adjournment Evening sesnlon Tuesday April 29, 7 30 Music. Devotions, D. M. Olilfot Lecture, Mrs Klnmoro. Morning Sessslon Wednesday, April 30 0 00 I'raUo service, Mrs. Ulo Hnnklns, 0 15 Secretary's report of previous days work. 9 30 Duties of the becrotary, MIssEMo Heir- rich 9 15 Question, Would tho admission of local, county, district and Hlato Htiperlniendont to tho executive committee ho benetlelal or otherwise' Discussion lod by in M M, Williamson. 10 00 Subject, Kct Kooins, their object, how conducted nnd with what results" Itev II, O. Oulbertson. i 10 20 Methods of woilt, Irn. S II. Wallace. 18 30 1'aper. How can wo help Junior and senior L T. Uiand what hinders their work? Mrs ArUo Palmer 10 45, (Question Drawer, Mrs. Jennie Kin- more 11 15 Tho significance of our twine Why and when do wo wear It Led by Mrs Ohlfcst 11 30 Devotions, topic I'romlsos that you have found helpful and noontide prayer. Mrs Muy Jewell Afternoon session. Wednesday, April 30 2 00 Devotions, Miss Madeline Southard. 2 15 frco Parllment (1) How may wo secure a United Chris tian vote for the enforcement of Hw In Kansas? Itov. L S. Jones (2) Should the Kansas women be r mtcd tho ballot and why? Mrs. Arnold, (1) Has '.the taxp vying woman a itrlcv unco? Rev. Wohncr. (1) Women In tho new century Itev J McCliln 0)1 Is the Amcric in liquor traftlo a hind rance! to the spicadl of the Oospel In foreign landsf 'Mrs Adda Hublo. (0) When doos oxpidlency become a compromise' Hev. W I.. French. livening Session, April JO. 7 30 Musle. Devotions, Hci J T. Merry. Music Lecture, Mrs S. II. Wallace, .Secretary's report. (ilohe Sights. Behave yourself without a whipping. What do tho loading Populists lead now? People easily spoiled aro of small calibre. Almost everyone has his ideal. Who is yours? A man cannot seo that cut glass 1-s so terribly pretty. If thcro is anything a boy hatos to eat, It is health food. Many a man who is said to bo sour and cross is really sick. A town is always thriving as long as you expect something from It. Wo wish evory summer wo woro as popular as strawberries and ice croam. A man without an occupation Is as unfortunate as a man without a country. Wo always lllw to seo tho barkeeper at tho front door: it is a sign he Is not busy. It Is funuy how people will get ridiculous notions in Uioir heads, and stick to them. Nino times Id ten, when a friend ooks for you it Is to tell you his troubles. Going too fast has its draw backs. You occasionally catch up with tho buzz saw. What has becomo of tho old fash ioned woman who "waitod" whllo tho men folks ato? Tho old fashioned girl who screamod, seems toihavo been supplantod by tho ono who shoots. What has becomo of tho old fash ioned shrew who couldn't work rap lillv unless shn was Rnnlillnrr? It Is as hard for a man of forty to fall deeply in lovo as It Is for a man of sixty to get his back warm. When a son reaches tho ago of eighteen, peoplo begin to say ho and his father do not "get on well to gether." Wo had a horrible droam recently, that wo woro hearing Kllen Stono lecture, and that her text was "To IlavoandTo Hold." Colorado Oio Heing Smelted. In addition to her gold and silver Colorado has somo rich doposlts of load and zinc, but thoy aro so often found In combination with other metals that tho smelters hero hae sed hardly any of tho oro. Somo has been smolted hero and the Cherokce Lanyon plant at Gas City has experi mented successfully with a new retort and may uso Colorado oro altogether, particularly If tho .Toplln combine keeps oro prices as high as they now aro. Speaking of this tho Lead & Zinc Nows says: "Shipments of Colorado ore aronow boinmado to tho Gas City plant of tho Cherokee-Lanyon Spelter Com pany. While tho company has been using homo Colorado ores for somo yoars past, mostly In an experimental manner, tho Increased shipments at this porlod, when tho chaotic condi tions of tho, Jopliu district mako tho oro supply low, allord food j for re flection. Tho company has boon ex perimenting with tho Sadtler retorts and thoy aro understood to havo beeu uniformly successful. From tho Kan sas gas belt comes rumors that tho company proposes imuktng oxtenslvo preparations for handling Colorado oi es, but It has been impossible to verify this story." Tho rumor that tho Chorokoo-Lau-yon peoplo havo somo Interesting e tonsions and dovolopmonts up their sloovo aro current horo and Jit is bo- Moved that tho full details will bo for publication soon, although nothing will bo given out now. For Thoso Who Live on Farms. Dr. Cergln, Pana, Ills., writes; "I havo used Hallard's Snow Liniment; always recommend It to my frlonds, as I am conlidont thero Is no bstt&r mado. It Isa dandy for burns." Thoso who live on farms areespcclally liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruisos, which heal rapidly when Bal lard's Snow Liniment Is applied, It should always bo kopt In tho houso for cases of oraorgonoy. 25c, 60o and $1.00 at O. B, Spencer is Co. A Texas Wonder HALL'S CHEAT DISCOVERY. One small bottle of HiUs fire it Discovers oures nil ltlduey mid bladder troubles removes uravel, cures dlabdos, wmlnil emlsdoiis wonl; and lame ) tries rheum itlsm und all lriexularltlos of the kidneys und bladder In both men nud women, i ovulates bladder troubles In children If not sold by your drug gist, will ho sent by mill on receipt of U CO. On small bottle Is two months' treatment and will cure tiny ease aboie mentioned Dr H. W. Hall, solo manufacturer. 1'. 0, llox fiM, St Louis'. Mo Send for testimonials , Sttld by alldtuKglsts Xemdi.Mo July 20 1901 -This Is to certi fy tint I have used 4 bottle of Halls Groat Utsoolorj When I began I was confined to my bed Now I am able to walk aiound It Is worth lis weight In gold to anyone suffering with kldnej and bladder trouble I hid sutls tled ills curing me Yours truly II S UUYAN G0LLECTIR6ABALL TEAM Hunch of a Dozen Players Here or Coining to Try lor Places on the lola League Team. Handicapped by tho lateness of tho start and tho fact that tho other teams In the Missouri Valley League had secured ten to tlftccn men apiece to work out, Iola has had a hard rub to get Into the game. The Iola "mag nets," as fuoy have been most appro priately called by several would-be players, returned from Kansas City last Tuesday with tea men on their list. None of them have ever played in Iola and are uuknown quantities, but all of them havo played amateur and professional ball for years and were selected on strong recommenda tions by men who aro exports at the game and know the boys. Mutabaugh, Mlllsap and Watson, aro pitchers, Wilson Is the tlrst baseman applicant, Shumyer second baseman, Johnson third baseman, Oswold short stop, and Lucas and Bales outfielders. All of them, are desirous of showing their ability,' In the Hold. Besides these thete are sev eral players here from out of town desirous of trying for tho team, and letter galore arrive dally from play ers seeking places. All the men are, of courso, on trial and only those who provo themselves genuine ball-players will renfain Thero Is urgent noed of getting somo kind of a team together at onco as the seasonopens next Tues day at Cotroyvlllo, whero Iola plays three games. "All tho cities In tho loaguo havo posted their forfeit and signed teams and tho other to wns aro not much bet tor oft than fola, but havo the advan tage of a week's extra practice. Men at Kansas City, who ought to know, after viewing the list sigued bj Iola, said thoy thought the team hero stood an excellent show against the other tennis. Time will tell the story. Thero aro still several things to at tend to. Grounds must be secured, outfits and sUIts bought, the players worked out, boarding houses secured and a thousand details looked after. Tho management feels gratilled par ticularly over the fact that a gentlo manly set of boys has been secured and rowdyism will not be ono of the characteristics of the Iola team. May Horticultural Meeting. Tho May meeting of tho Allen county Horticultural Society will bo held at tho residence of Mr. E. I. Crowell two and a half miles south of Gas City. Mr. Crowoll will havo a conveyance at tho electric depot at 11 o'clock to tako anyone who wishes to come that way. Picnic dinner. All invited to bring your friends, and dinner baskets, and enjoy a day of rest and learn things to mako jou happier nil summer Write to secretary for program which tells of tho subjects for discussion. Don't forget the day. Friday May 9th. B P. Paxcoast. Sec Cures Whim Dortors Kail Mrs. Prank Chlasson, Patterson, La , writes June Kth, l'.IOl- "I had malaria fever In vory bad form, was under troatment by doctors, but as soon as I stopped taking their medi cine the fever would return. I utod a samplo bottle of Herblne, found It holped mo. Then bought two bottles, which completely cured mo. I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine, and can honestly pecomraend It to thoso suffering from malaria, as It will sutoly euro them." Hljrbluo, 50c bottle at C. B. Spencer & Co. Do You Know This Fellow? One day thete came to "Mother Karth" A child peouli ir from Its birth, Its health wus good, twas nni er Melt, And jet fconieliov. 'twould ulu ays kick It kicked hecauso it could not talk; It kicked because It could not walk, Awake asleep by day by night, It kicked away with all its might. Tho "kicker" grew to manhood Then Inbuslnos wcntllko many Jmen; Hut ovey time ho closed a trado Ills eve lasting kick was made He kicked und kicked till life was dono, He quit because his kicks were gone. No bells were tolled none Mghed or cried, The earth was glad the day ho died, Tho foregoing was handed to tho llnaisrau by an Iola business man who believes he knows the "hero" of tho poem. Still, the kloker ho knows is not dead. Have you oier seriously considered how much happier you will bo If you boost Instead of kick ing? Try It. '1 ( .J - kl ..'L..'MMJ.ajsJrajtAJi.tjl r1! intlaHJfcrt'tTnt'iWiMi ntil itilii ' Inn in laHiiHHiflmmitfiMftit lU0nr, '''ii'J'ii- li'ialhJteaJIrAwt.alaaiaaaliaTBafiliaaM 4. aaaawMwiilfeitafHaBaaafcaaaaaaClnKiSSMariiaWJii....!.'!!!! i n n.;i i m-WEuM'M'WtKKI'fM7MKn 'IL'IJrrfflaaaaaaanaaaaaTaaaaaaC" nni'nni ihmiiihi mt ipwhh aiaaaaaaaaiaaaaaiaaaaaalaiaiaiaaaaaaaaiialataaiiaaaiaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiinaaaaaaciiaaalaaaaii East Iola News S II Luwyei- correspondent. f April 2-Mr. GrauvHIo Pulton's family united from Washington county Indiana this morning on the Missouri Pacific. Ills family consists of wifo and two daughters, Misses Mario and Grace. As soon as tholr household Jgoods arrive thoy will open a boarding housoon south Buuk eye street in Dr. Teas' houso that was moved fronl north Buckoyo to mako room for tho now It. B. Mr. Glvens who use to work In tho foundry beforo It butned down has been In Kansas City employed as a moulder but has now returned to tako a position In tho now foundry. Mr. and Mrs D. M. Blxlcr aro get ting ready to start on the first of May to lslt tholr son near Chicago and Mr. Blxler's brother In Chicago, thence to tholr former home at Brook Indiana, and may bo gone a month or six weoks. Ono car load of rock has been haul ed to tho new school houso grounds in East Iola and tho excavation for tho foundation Is well along. On the "th of;May somechangos will take place at tho manufacturing plant what It will be time will toll. Wo no tice that they are alroady planing somo heavy imachlnery In tho lower story to work something harder than wood. Tho new buildings for tho foundry aro progressing nicely. m So many new houses are going up In different parts of East Iola wt ds nut pretond to keep up reporting them. Tim Iola Mi-u's Mine. Tho Dodd Glty (Ark.) Enterprise has the following to say about the mlno whlcK Is owned entirely by Iola parties: i "At the Iola Consolidated mine, matters are being shaped up to begin construction of tho mill. In tho re cently made cut on that property a block of 1M0 tons of crushed rock has beon shapd ready to shoot oR when tho time arrives. This oro begins at the grtiss roots and is from 10 to 20 feet in thickness, with a 40 foot faoe exposure Tho ore is very lino crush rock, carrying pure reslu jack dls samlnatod in the satin limestone. Cut No. 2 on this property shows lead, zinc carbonate, copper carbonate and froo jack. Tho cut was mado diagon ally across tho ore run, this Is a grass root run also and is at least 9 or 10 feet thick, tho thickness not being fully ascertained. In tho shaft of which mention was made last week, a drift is being run at 20 feet deep into a 0 foot run af ore running 10 to 12 per cent jack. The Iola Co. have appoint ed a coramltteo of its members to visit the mine and, acting In conjunction with Supt. N. O. Watklns, to decide upon the situation and plan of pro ceed uro In erecting the mill on their tiroperty. This coramltteeconslsts of Geo. A. Fry, D. P. Northrup, David Ewart and J. A. Robinson, who will visit tho property between tho 1st and 10th of May. The Iola Is ono of tho best properties In the district and will justify a mill being erected. The propel ty is in 3j-20-18. J. W. Coutant Hroke an Ann. Mr. J. W. Coutant, the hardware morchant and councilman from the third ward, met with a trying mishap last Tuesday Ho was working about his homo on south Walnut street and had placed a short ladder on top of a box, hoping in this way to climb to the roof of a low wing of his houss. When ho was part way up tho ladder, the box beneath tipped over, precipitating him to tho ground. He fell on his left arm, which was badly dislocated at tho elbow and tho muscles and tendons severely strained. Medical aid was summoned and ho was given otery attention. Wi3 Southard Out East. Mlks Southard, the young lady who "started somothing" here in Iola two weeks ago, Is now working in the east part of tho county. She held moetlngs last week at Humboldt and later at Lallarpe. Monday night she deliver ed her lecturo at Gas City, her talk being much after tho style of her talks hero. There havo been noraoro raids, for the turvson that either thoro Wfvs no material to work on or becauso tho men In business that was raldablo took alarm at her coming land clo.el shop. It seems to bo a waiting game to see whlpK side will glvojup tho fight llrst. Would You Do It? Would you buy groceries of agrocor who had no scales? Would you buy of a dry gioods merchant who had no yard measure? Would you employ a carpenter who had no saw? If such men existed would ybu expect them to succeed? Why then expect a farmer to suc ceed who doos not takoja good, llvo, up-to-data agricultural and live-stock paper. A pajior of this class is just as much a necessary part of the tools for the favm as the scales for the grocery store ortho saw to the car pontor. When a man lu any kind of business seaures tho nocessary '.tools for rUat H- f z ifir ' "Mi x'CSi,r'. Si n!sjR Wm If yvTiiHkWMKMwvHBIMCv'lK i B won y m w Klt 1 I AiVb fl aK A 'dtp il UA )H BR A A M K . ' . ,, JM Thrw nillHoi hi une Mi- HH iB Per m M rtor ltoin Ot ClVUTCT, V " V Jm airaNlT ft'd awrf-atanco B. x -r-f l'K-) yvfl to aay stOTetr raiiKeinndt. Hfl iBtN W f s yB TlrtonlyMonlliatwlentin- MB iKaV X.VVJ--tyv-xS5lMH eaf rndintrtttie liwit and HH j0ii3tB H frtTrat'to uwnttftolute con HI jHlls VidlHH "1 tovct money every HH ,BMfcgS aJSMMMM tey ty lu perfect com iHUHhTSS&HI rNution Uw ires real II MWrWsiTAJMMM m Fire marc lot by BLKyflflnjE5HkflB leading dcales everywhere. Jewel Store J. W. Coutant Trade with. EVANS DRUGGISTS AND DRUOS Wild SUNDRIES PATENT riBDICINES TRUSSES ANO CRUTCHES PAINTS AND BRUSHES OILS AND VARNISHES WINDOW GLASS Agents for the Hale SecWonal Book Case. Up-to-dato Ooods In all tines Four Registered Pharmacists: W. J. Evans, Tell Eans, Lou Eans, J. A. 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