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THE IOLA REGISTER FRIDAY MAY 10 1902 M HI t F i iifc &'. F l! K Ci W ror,. t AGISTER I'L'lJ ',!., If. 17 ifcVtfKy KIUDAY. C ' .A. B. 3?. SOOTT. Kntorod In tho rostoQlce 'at Iola, Kdb&, Second Class Matter. SUllSORH'TION 1'BIOE. jno rvK In advanco 81 60 Blx moMlm, In advanco 75 xhTcouuiillia, In advance .. 60 , , AnVM'.llSIHO RATH uadoknown on application. Annual Meeting Held and Kxpoinllture of Money to Fix up the Park is Authorized. After ono meeting ut which tho god doss of Harmony was not presont, tho stockholders of tho Iola Klcctrio Hall way Company mot in a harmonious manner In Iola Monday afternoon and got down to businoss. Practic ally every sharo of stock In tho road was represented either in person or by proxy at tho mooting and business was dono with a view to tho management of tho road for the ensuing year. Tho mw bout d of directors elected is as follows: l V. Crouch, C. M. Crouch, Georgo A. Bowlus, L. L. Northrup, Fred J. Horton, A. W. Beck and W. L. Bartols. Tho olllccrs for tho coming yoar woro chosen thus: F. V. Crouch, president and gonoral manager; L. L. Northrup, vice-president; Georgo A. Bowlus, treasurer; J. F. Thompson, secretary and attorney; C. M. Crouch, assistant general man ager. Tho affairs of tho road wore dis cussed at tho meeting, tho business of tho past bolng very satisfactory to tho stockholders who expressed gratified surprise at tho amount of money taken In. With a view to increasing the business tho expenditure of monoy to fit out and put in good condition a park on tho Neosho river was author ized. The lease of land from D. Hor villo was approved and Mr. Crouch was Instructed to go ahead and fence and lit up tho park to accommodnto tho public. Tho threatened troubles of tho road seem to have been smoothed out and Mr. Tom Crouch and tho other St. Louis gentlemen who backed it at tho start, still show an inclination to keep .-a hand in and givo tho lino tho stabl lity which millions of dollars alone can givo. Thoy have if and tho faith in Iola and until further ordorsthoy will Invest enough monoy hero to keep Jtho lino in tho best condition. The Police Court Grist. 'There was an unusually largo amount of business in police court this weok by roason of an epidemic of bad tempers during tho past few days. F. Coy wood, ono of tlioso who showed uy, went to tho other extreme Ho was in too happy a fraino of mind, but tho court decided that it was not natural and lined him live and costs for taking stimulants. John Payno was lined sovon nnd a half for making a call Sunday night with a revolver in his hand. Tho complaint was sworn out by Mrs. Muttoon, who says Mrs. Payr.o was staying with her and that John camo to tho houso, revolver In hand, and demanded that his wifo accompany liitn. Showont. Payno says he car ried tho gun to protect himself. C. U. Gllll'.lnn had John Kennedy arrested for disturbing his poaco Sun day night. Gilllllun, It seems, runs a boarding houso and ho says Kennedy camo to tho house, abused him and sought to drivo him from tho houso. Hears Seared Horses. When tho Elks went to ColToyvillo thoy ran Into a bunch of three greasy pilgrims and two trained bears at Chunuto and donated to havo a per formance. Tho greasers and bears camo to Iola Monday and gavo sev eral exhibitions on tho street of tho usual kind. Several runaways resulted from tho exhibition. Charlie Holton's dolivery horso got a whiff of tho boasts and dashed around a corner, Jerking tho top oil tho wagon. Tho Horvillo boys' trotter was tied on the cast sido when tho boars passed. Ho got ono scent of tho bears, and sprang away like a cat. As ho dashed across tho woigh sealos tho buggy got foul of tho gooso neck and tho horso broko away, tho buggy being considerably damaged. It is said ono of tho Idoal laundry wagons was In a third runaway. Nothing frightens a horso like tho smell of a wild animal, an Inherited instinct tolling them of danger. Cures When Doctors Fail. Mrs. Frank Chlasson, Patterson, La., wrltos Juno 8th, 1001: "I had malaria fevor In vory bad form, was under treatment by doctors, but as soon is I stopped taking their medi cine tho fovor would return, I usod a samplo bottlo of Ilorblno, ground it helpod mo. Thon bought two bottlos, which completely cured mo. I fool gratoful to you for furnishing such a splendid modlolno, and can honestly rocomraoni p to those Buffering from malaria, as it will surely euro thorn." Horbino, 50o bottlo ntC. B. Sponcor & Co. -n,,,. uanamvi SHUT BULI1Y PHK I GO jgiyte A Texas Wons- HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. One small bottlo of HiiII'h Ghent Disrove -y ourcs nit kidney iinrt bliuldcr troubles, rcimiwi gravel, cures diabetes, scmlniil emissions, weak mid lamu backs, rheumatism and nil tricgularillcs of tho kidneys and bluddcr In both inon and women regulates bladder troubles In children If not sold by your ditig Rlst, will bo sent by mall on receipt of l 00. Ono small liottlo Is two months' treatment and will cum liny ciiko above mentioned. Dr. 1. W. Hall. sole iniinufnctuior I". O. llox CW, St Imls, Mo. Send for testimonials Sold bv ntlrtiutfKlsts, Nevada, Mo , July v:0, IDJl - This Is to cent' fy that I have used ( bottle of Hull's Client Discovery When I bcKtin I was coniliicd to my bed. Now I inn able to walk around. It Is worth Its weight In gold to anyone Riifforlns with kidney and bladder trouble. I nm satis- Ued It Is curing mo. Yours truly, a. s, nuYAN. Commercial Club Meeting. Tno commercial club mot Monday In regular session and spent several hours In discussing important mat tcrs oven if llttlo was actually done. Ono of tho most Important was tho question of a straight, oven, clean cast road. Tno committee reported progress in tho work of securing tho opening of Broadway through to the creek and that Frank Boblnsoti and It. Zlcslng would givo half tho road and sell tho other half where It passes thoir places. Tho coinmlttro .was con tinued and requested to urge the build ing of this much-needed high way. Tho president wns Instructed to .ap point a committeo of llvo from tho Club to ko-oporato with tho commit tees from tho labor unions In arrang ing for tho Labor Bay celebration. Tho matter of a bolter brldgo facili ties south of town was discussed and a favorable fooling was shown in tho Club for securing better bridges and moro of thorn at tho oarliost op portunity. Tho Kagles Organized. Last Monday a lodge of Kagles was instituted in Iola, arrangements hav ing been made previously and some thing llko olghty joining ns charter meinbors. Most of them were from Iola, but thcro was a numbor from Ft. Scott hero to join. Grand Doputy Mr. Harry Hayes from Leav enworth was hero to Instltuto tho lodgo and tho work was Iporfonned In tho Odd Fellows hall. Aftor tho initi ation there was a feed and jolllllcatlon. The olllccrs elected for tho new or der aro as follows: H. A. Kuhlman, P. W. P.: F. W. Fitzgerald, W. P.; Pratt Williamson, W. Con.; J. B. Atchison, W. Chaplain; Mr. Newby, I. G.; Carl Williamson, O. G.; Georgo DeClute, J. D. Arnett and W. C. Gable, trusttos. Mr. Kuhlman was olected representative to tho grand lodge meeting at Minneapolis. Tho now lodge oxpects to occupy handsoino quarters on tho second lloor of tho building bolng erected on Wost street. Starting off under tho most favorable auspices tho Iola lodgo of Kaglos, or "Klrio" as It Is called, promises to llourlsh. The Octopus Ono tentacle griping tho stomach, another tickling tho heart, a third fumbling around tho liver, tightening their hold every hour dyspepsia is tho monster that does all this and worso D". Caldwell's Syrup Popsin will mako It go mighty quick. C. B B. Spencer & Co. Cemetery Association Organizes, Tho ladles who havo taken upon themselves tho laudablo task of beautifying and caring for tho Iola Cemetery, hold a meeting last week and organized. Mrs. L. F. Palmer was chosen president, Mrs. Nettie Simpson, vlco-prcsldont, Mrs. Bird Foust, sccretury nnd Miss Lutio Evans treasurer. Tho association has something liko ono hundred members, all persons bo lng eligible who havo a dosiro to seo tho city's burial ground kept neat and clean. Those who havo not nlroady joined may do so by leaving their names with tho treasurer, together with ono dollar, tho feo charged. A forco of six mon was started at work at tho cemetery this week and tho ladies hopo to carry qut regular plans for Improving tho looks of tho ceme tery. Dr. C. W. Glynn Marries. From the south bound Santa Fe Tuesday Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Glynn alighted. Tho doctor is building a neat homo on north Colborn street where thoy will llvo. Thoy woro married at Kansas City, Kansas, Monday May 12, tho bride being Mitjs Margarot Stophons, of Kansas City, Mo, From hero tho doctor made a quiot sneak to McLouth to visit rela tives and ho guarded woll tho sec rot of his plans. Dr. Glynn has many friends in Iola, who havo confidence In his skill and ability ns a specialist, and tho highest ostcom for him asa gontlcman. All theso frlonds wBJoln In wolcoming him and hisQrldo to Iola. What Thin Folks Need Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating food. For them Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills work wondors, They tono and regulate tho digestive organs, gently expel all poisons from the system, enrich tho blood, lmprovo appotlto, mako healthy Upsh, Only I 2oo at Evans Bros. - ttoff w aJfflSSSteflBHHSltW11111'! WyWtflto..,.. fciSSSEl WfoMJlS p ' TffflWff" I'' " "'' I ' I ' W " Mi I ilMHi ,i iwwnm8Wimi 1 1 ! 'r'JIl'TmiTIf minor iriiiMW&iMiaiU ESCAPED FROM IDE ASYLUM Iloss Peterson, Sent to Topeka From loin, Got Away and Returned Hero Last Saturday. Ross Peterson, a young man who was adjudged Insane In tho Allen county probate court sumo time ago and sent to the State asylum at Tope ka. made his escape from that Instltu tiontnst Friday and returned homo. Ho reached hero Satutday and appeared at tho homo of his family on south Third street. lie was quiet and showed no desire for violence, but It is not bolloved that ho is fully recov ered from his unfortunuto malady nnd his family naturally feols considerably worried. Tho young man left Sun day, saying ho was going to Colony, nnd nothing has been seen of him since. Peterson is not a dangerous man except when ho gets angry nnd at such times he may bo violent nnd do harm. Tho probato court has re ceived word that ho mado his cscapo and efforts aro being mado to dlscov or him and havo hint returned to tho asylum. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. O II. Odell of Yates Center is hero visiting her sister and other rela tives. Mrs. W. G. Durham went to Mornn Monday evening for a visit with her parents. Born, Monday May 12, to Mr. und Mrs. J. I). Howard, of south Vermont streot, a daughter. Born, Tuesday, May 13, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Faulkner, of south Ken tucky street, a son. Henry Denning and wife returned to their homo In Blackwoll, O. T., after a visit hero with Miss Flora Donning. Miss Theo Itobiuson left Monday for Emporia after a short vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Robinson. Mrs. M. P. Jitcoby wont to Lecomp ton this woek to attend tho moot ing of tho board of trustees of Lano University. Misses Lou Parsons, Beatrice Cun ningham and Minnio Stephens, of Chanute, spent Sunday hero, tho guests of Miss Olive Hankius and Miss Sadio Post. Dr H. P. Morriman nrrived Monday from Chicago. Ho will visit a fow days with Capt. H. A. Ewlng and family and then go for a visit In Ok lahoma. Miss Lula E. Vrooman, formerly of Moran, Is hero and may teach in this county next year. Sho has been llv ing for live years atJEmporla where her parents now reside. Dr. Horsehol Hendricks is improv ing slowly and it is now hoped that ho may recover without a dangorous operation being necessary, lie was a mighty sick man for a whllo. Tho assossor of Humboldt City ro ported Monday. Bo found a populu Hon of 10011 as compared with 1700 last yoar. In Humboldt township wero found 45S as compared with 4".'t last year. Prof. Sheohey closed his dancing school for tho season Tuesday with a ball ac tho Masonij Temple. Xlramcr schlolds orchestra of four pieces has been engaged from Kansas City for the event Leonard Caudle, of (118 south Oak street, whllo unloading machinery at tho cement plant Monday, was caught and soveroly squeezed by a heavy Iron casting. No bones woro broken but ho is quito sore from tho experience. How Is this for boosting a booml Tho ludopentlcnco Roporter says: "Tho Indopondoneo Concert Band loaves at 11 :."!) tonight on tho Missouri Pacific for Frodonla whoro they will tomorrow play an engagement for a company selling townlotsat auction." Miss Florcnco Mltoholl, who taught a district school very successfully last winter, Is having hor vacation now, and to whllo away tho tlmo Is as sisting as clerk in tho olork of tho court's office. Sho began work this morning. Indopendonco Roporter: A chartor has been granted to Indopondoneo by tho Elks Grand Lodgo, and it isoxpect- ed that Parsons will bo hero to do tho work about tho 24th Inst. Tho lodgo hero will organl.o with about sixty members. Lowis Colllold Is again talking about that camping out party of young men who planned to tako a tent to tho river, do their own cooking and spend a weok or ten days In tho woods. Of courso all of thorn aro mighty fisher men and oxpeot to keoptho moat hill down by hook and lino. Harry Brlstor nnd Mol Fronk mado a long drive through Logan township Monday and thoy report crops in tho vory host condition. Tlioro Is a large acroago of wheat and It stands high, llrm nnd green, tho fields looking to bo ready to head eut and noarly sure to mako a good crop In splto of everything. Allen county has had rather tho worst of tho crop doal for a yoar or two and It is to bo hoped the courageous farmers who stayed will got it all back this joar. Theistory printed olsowhoro in tho HixitSTUit about probato judges bolng allowed to collect additional fees under an old law doos not affect Allen county as tho commissioners hero havo boon moro generous and senslblo thnn In most counties and havo othor arrangements mado. Tho Chanute papers announce that on Monday tho money was paid ovor und tho iinnl details arranged for tho locating of tho Argontlno smelter at that town. It might bo woll now to watch Chanuto to keep her from tnrn ing tho clock forward to hasten tho coming of tho year 1001. Rov. A. L. Hanby, pastor of tho Methodist church at ColToyvillo, and Mr. Francis of tho samo place wero In Iola yesterday Inspecting tho Metho dist church here. Tho Mothodlsts at ColToyvillo oxpect to build a now church and those gentlemen camo up to look over tho handsoino structure hero and will probably build ono simi lar only larger and more expensive Tho RnaiSTWi has so vera 1 times called attention to tho fact that a good many Iola pcoplo send money to Europo to help support aged and less fortunato relatives there. Tho othor day rather a record breaking address was given for a monoy order, as follows: "Ranto-ock KapitaWnt sakrlugsanstallon." Tho fender ex plained to tho postmaster that "ock" Is equivalent to our and "etc," so thcro is no tolling what tho bloomln' namo would look llko if spelled out in full. Fort Scott Tribune: Bennio Owen, ono of tho official umpires for tho Mis souri Valloy loaguo, will havo a roport to mako to tho president of tho league on account of tho Fort Scott ganio yesterday. It could not bo learned officially what was tho trouble, but it is said that Driscoll, Nevada's second baseman, was fined $15 yesterday for talking abusivolyto tho umpire, which is not allowed under tho rules. A fow fines of this kind will do away with so much beefing about ho umpire, who lias the hardest position in tho game. Speaking of tho Elks' trip to Cof fej ville, tho Chanuto Trlbuno relates tho following incident: Ono of tho interesting events on the way was the losing oi tho Chanuto smolter. Mr. McDonald had a grip with him that contalued all tho papors in tho doal which ho took up'4to Kansas City with him yesterday to close tho doal and betweon Morchoad and Cherryvalo somebody in attempting to put it in tho rack, accldently let It fall out of tho window, Tho train was going fast and had to back u mile or moro to get It. Spoaklng of Sunday's gamo In that town tho Ft. Scott Monitor savs: Bouldin was in tho box for Ft. Scott. Ho was up against his old rival, the famous kid Chlnu. They did not re peat tho 1 to 0 kind of pitching. On tho contrary their curves wero so easy for the batters to llnd that each nltciier got hit. Bouldin was lauded for one homo run, two thrco-huggers, ono two baggor uud a numbor of singles. Chlnu was landed on for two homo runs and tho official scorekeoper woro out two lead pencils jotting down tho baggers. A Proniiiiont Lawyer of Greenville. 111.. Mr. C. E. Coolc writes: "I havo been troubled with biliousness, sick headache, sour stomach, constipation, etc., for sev eral years. I sought long and tried many remedies, but was disappointed until I tried your Dr. Caldwoll's Syrup Popsin. I can cheerfully recom mend It to nny suffering from abovo complaints." At C. B. Sponcor fc Co's, Iola, Kas., Klnno & Son, Moran, Kas., W. J. Waters & Co.. Lallarpe, Kas. Iola Girl Wins Honors at Clmiiiile At tho musical contest hold at Cha nuto, glvon by tho Catholic church on last Monday May 12,' tho gold medal for tho best piano solo was awarded Miss Oltvo Moto, of Chanuto, pupil of Miss A. Laphnm. Miss Blrdlo Blancho of Iola, pupil of Miss Cooper, was awarded first honor and Miss Elsie Patterson of Chanuto, pu pil of Mrs. Miller, second honor. Miss Blancho is to bo complimented for tho excellent ronditlon of her se lection. It was a closo call boween Miss Blancho nnd Miss Moto ns to which would recolvo tho modal, and it was somo time boforo tho judges could cotuo to a decision. Thoro woro nlno contestants for tho piano solo medal. Tho judges of tho musical contest woro Mrs. C. E. Benedict of Chanuto, Miss Gallogor of HumboldtandMlss Cooper of Iola. Spring Ailments. Thoro Is an nchlngand tired feeling; tho liver, bo'wols und kldnoys becomo sluggish and inactive, tho digestion impaired, with llttlo or no appotlto, no ambition for anything, and a fool ing that tho wholo body and mind needs toning up, Tho trouolo Is, that during winter, thoro has been an ac cumulation of wasto matter in tho sys tem. Ilorblno will remove it, soouro to tho secretions a right oxlt, and by Its tonlo effect, fully restorothowastcd tissues and givo strength In pluco of woakness, 50a ut C. B, Sponcor is For Sale: Numbor ono balod hay, Cheap, at Genova, T. H. 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