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) r THE TOLA REGISTER FRIDAY; MAT 2 1902 1 . k ft 1 ROYAL Badting Ifcjf' fi ' 'uw 5."i nffirT GZ-1M3& w(sfi$rv'a. Menkes CleBtfi Bre&il With 'Royal rBain .'PowHer Kef (is. n9 (mixing with (the ihands, ,no sweat; tf the Ibrow. " Perfect' cleanliness; greatest .facility mesa, dean,, talj&fiiL jfooiL The"Roya.l Biker any Pastry Cook" containing over 800 most practical and valuable cooking receipts Iree to every patron, Send postal card with your, lull address. aof i ! rowou CO., IN THEIOLA REGISTER. DBLI8HKD EVERY FRIDAY. OHAB. F. SCOTT. 4 ttorod In tho Postofflcc at Iola, Kansas, m Second Class Matter. BDB90HIPTION PRICE. Iustcal In advance ;.tl 60 t months, in advance '. .. 75 r iree months, in advance 60 .AbVKKTISIHO RATI dado known on application, Till? WIND , I am the wind the wonderful! The Wind of, Opfl am I;, And over, tlie curlli nnjl under the stars On my windy wings I fly; 'I Mutter tile folds bf every1 Hag And out of my parted lips Itreathes the brcatb that shall waft to every port The homc-dcslrlng ships. Tills morning I filled those lips with fcploe From a grove In green Ceylon! Tills evening tliu long blue tlcldsof Ice Shall wnft that fragrunccon; Last night 1 Imrrlcd u mountain pine On a high Sierra's crest, Tonight I will lull where the soft stars shine The baby oriole's nest. I push and shoulder tho heavy licet Till tho snowy canvas rips; Then hardly she knos it In kisses sweet 1 melt on a m.ilden's lips, Today I am north and today I am south, And tomorrow out of thu west 1 will gather a rose with a rosy mouth, For dim old Asia's bru.ist. 1 t And none can cnjl me an English wind, And none a' wind of France, For from polo to pole, like a human soul, I range thfe Lord's free-lance! They have mupped the earth and chartered the sea, , And bound thcrq to man's control; Hut I am, ,tlo Wind, and the Wind Is free, Tho Wind und tho human soul. Grace Ellery Ohannlng in lloston Journal. Andrew' CAWnegie has offered to pay to thlsVbvdmment tho 20 millions wo paid Spain' aa Indemnity for tho loss of tho Philippines, on condition that wo turn the islands loose. Tuesday, May 20, goes into history as tho Cuban 4th of July. On that dato tho government of tho island was turned over to thu Cubans and thoy will be given ovory chance to rule themselves.' Jim Legate, well known in Kansas politic's, suffered a stroke of paralysis at his horrid In Leavenworth the other day, h,ls tongue being partially para lyzod. If Providence does make- er rors, it seems'probablo that this mis--fortune was really aimed at certain United Statos Senators somewhat to tho east. SOME idea of thu enormous traffic done by tho big railroad systems of tho country is gained from tho latest statement of tho Missouri Paolllo. During 1901 tho road carried 210,305, 220 passengers and hauled 3,234,221,--805 tons of freight'. The road operated includes 5,507 miles and over 14 mil lions wero spent in Improvements, "" ' Congressman Dolliver voiced tho sentlmont of tho west when ho said in Congress tho other day: "Tho congress of tho United States is more llkoly to cede back tho valley of tho Mississippi to tho lawful holrs of Na poleon, the Groat, than to loavo tho Philippine archipolugo to becomo tho prey of anarchy or tho prize of somo European powor." Powder Alum Is used Inaomebaktn? powders and in most 01 the to-called phosphate pow ders, because It Is cheap, anil makes a cheaper powder. Uut alum Is a corrosive poison which, taken In food, acts injur iously upon the stomach, liver and kidnct. WIlllUJ IT., mw vosk. London Chronicle: Tho total cost of our two wars in China and South Africa up to March 31 is closo on 229,000,000 pounds which is about six millions moro than Germany received from Franco in tho' shapo of a war in demnity. Strictly speaking, that in demnity only amounted to five mil liards of francs, or two hundred mil lions sterling; but Germany recoived about twonty-three millions sterling more from her vanquished foes in tho form of a special contribution from tho city of Paris, special taxes in Franco and Interest on tho chtof In-' demnlty. Out of this all tho oxpenses of tho war wero ropaid. Somo 28,000, 000 pounds wont to establish a pension fund forold soldiers; 10,000,000 pounds were spent on army reorganization; about 18,000,000 pounds on fortresses; 8,500,006 pounds on strategic railways; while 0,000,000 pounds wero stored in gold as an imperial war chest in caso of emergencies, and this immenso treasuro is still lying dead in the vaults of Julius Tower in tho fortress of Spundau. Hut tho Interesting thing Is that our Boor war 1ms cost us far more than their final war of unifica tion cost tho Germans. Some ono signing himself "Chris tian Scientist" contributes a two col nmn artlclo to tho Mexican Herald attempting to disprove that'thcro is any danger that tho volcano Popocat apetl, abovo tho city, may havo an eruption and destroy tho city. Such a fato was predicted yoars ago by Humboldt, but Christian Solentist says God has nothing to do with such things of Itself and that man is re sponsible by reason of his ovil thoughts: Here is his conclusions, which aro interesting: Tho volcano of Popocatupetl can not erupt of their volition for thoy havo no volition no will, no power. Does God or man bring about such a result? God cer tainly does not, for His is a naturo of absoluto love and goodness, and it is impossible for Him to proclpituto evil or destruction upon his chidron. Nolther can man with his material fingors do so. But, what wo call mor tal mind (tho absence of tho God thought) In man is apt to causo any phase of ovil, and tho law of earth quakes and other like phenomona, is human mado. Tho mountains can do no hurra, and yet peoplo suppose thoy can. Thoy slumber at tho feet of God, for they aro his footstool. Realizing the' counter-fact that God has all power, man rises into tho realm of tho real, and has dominion, as God in tended him to havo, over all tho earth. Having such dominion, all things work together for his good, and cover for his evil or for his undoing. PROHIBITION EFFORTS ELSE WHERE Lawrence Journal: , v Just now, while tjier;p, is quite a llttlo talk going on lnlroorouco to tho prohibitory law in 'Kansas, and its effocts as well as its detects, it is in teresting to know what other states aro doing along the lino of reform in tho liquor traffic. Following are two extracts, the ono from tho Atlanta Constitution, in Georgia whoro they havo local option, and tho other from a Vermont paper, whero liquor is sold under the direction of thostatoagenclos. Tho pocullar thing about both Is that, if tho papers quotod aro to bo relied upon, eithor system is moro satisfactory to the peoplo than prohibition seems to bo in Kansas, At least there doesn't seem lobe any social, religious and political rows on hand all tho time in those two statos on account of tho liquor laws, Tho Constitution gives this view of local option: "Tho peoplo of, Georgia havo had seventeen years' trial of local option and havo becomo satisfied with it. They havo driven out barrooms from moro than a hundred counties of tho Btatc, and tho constituency that abol ished the barrooms has been able to cnfor'co their own home mado law. To disturb that policy now will bo to open a Pandora's box of agitations and put in jeopardy th'o local option pro-' hlbltion of every county that now en joys it. A state prohibition law, if put upon communities! whlcn do not want it, by arbitrary action, will be como odious, and tho same spirit that rcpoals it can and probably will put tho barrooms again upon communi ties in which they aro now shut out." And tho St. Johnsbury correspond ent of tho Vermont Tribune writes as follows concerning too uusincss there. "Tho liquor agency changed hands May 1, C. A. Sylvester, who has had tho olllco for tho past six years, stopped out, and Kthan Carr took his placo. Sylvester sold S400 worth tho last week he was thcro and is glad of a chance to rest, Tho business shows no signs of abating, but will incroaso somewhat until tho now agent gets tho run of things and knows how to man ago different customers. Saturday afternoon Selectman Carr stepped in to tho ngenev to sco how the new agont was progressing, found a crowd thero waiting to be served, and was at onco put to work. Ho helped the agont for a few hours and is now sat isfied that thero is some work in sell ing rum, even in a temporance town. The sales for that day wero $114, or at tho.rnto of $084 a week, or $2,730 a month, or over $30,000 a year. There appears to bo no reason for high or low license, whero tho agency can now do a business of such a magnitude. Tho only benefit in having a license undor such condition would bo to get somo rovenuo out of it, and give some Individual a chance to make a profit, Instead of having it all go to the town." Obituary ThoREaiSTER has been handed tho following clipping from 'u Burnett paper of tho sickness aud funeral of Miss Laura Voorhees whoso parents reside in Deer Creek township. Notice of her death was mado in the Reojs tkr at tho tlmo Itooeurrcd. "Miss Laura Voorhees, who went to St. Mary's hospital, Milwaukee, about two weeks ago to undorgo an opera tion died Thursday forenoon, April 17th. As it was supposed showasdoing well, her death was a great shock to her many friends in Burtieet. She was born in Burnett about thirty years ago and lived with her parents on the old Voorhees homestead until about cloven years sinco when thoy removed to Iola, Kan. Sho returned to Bur nett early last summer and has sinco mado her homo with Mr. and Mrs. John Weston. Sho was very unassum ing and gentle in her character and mudo friends of all who knew her. When a young girl sho took upon her self tho Christian armor and has been a devoted follower of Christ ever since. Sho united with the Prosbytor ian church and has always maintained her connection with that denomination. For tho past year sho has been a re gular attendant at tho Baptist church aud Sunday school and will bo greatly missed at those services. Her funeral was hold at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Weston, Sunday at 10:30 a. m. und burial in the Stono cemetery. Rev. A. V. Parry conducted tho services choosing his text from 1st Cor. 15:20. "Thus has pussoOaway a young llfo of whom it muy bo said sho had many friends and no enemies. Her parents and family in Kansas who wero unablo to bn prosoiit at tho funeral havo tho deepest sympathy of all their friends and acquaintances." Tho Octopus Ono tcntaclo 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 worse. D". Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will raako It go mighty quick. C. B B. Spencer & Co, Tho dispatches bring tho good nows that an Incroaso In pension of $12 a month has been grunted to Lewis Johns, of Humboldt. Spring Ailments. There is an achingand tired feollng; the liver, bowela und kldnoys becomo sluggish and Inactive, tho digestion impaired, with llttlo or no appotlto, nb ambition for anything, and a feol lng that the whole body and mind needs'tonlng up. The trouble is, that during winter, thoro has beon an ac cumulation of wasto matter in tho sys tem. Herblno will romove it, socuro to tho secretions a right exit, and by its tonic effect, fully restorotho wasted tlssuos aud glvo strength In placo of woaknoss. 50o at C. B. Spencer & PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clr-amet arid beatitlnra tha hair. 1'ruinotri a luxuriant growth. Never Falls to Heatoro Gray lUlr to Ita Youthful Color. rrevrnta Irani ruff and 1 air UUlUE Uv amlIH)tlniri,u, , mm A Texas Wonder HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. One Hiniill bottle of Hull s Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles, remove gravel, cures diabetes, Remlnal emissions, weuU and lamu backs, rheumatism and all Incgularltles of tho kidneys and bladder In both men nnd women, regulates bladder troubles In children If not sold by your drug gist, will be Kent by mall on receipt of (I 00. Ono small bottlo Is two months' treatment and will euro any case above mentioned. Dr-iEt W. Hall, sole manufacturer, p. Q. Uox 029, jH, Louis, Mo. Bend for testimonials. Sold by all druggists. ' ' t Nevada, Mo,, July 20, 1901. This is to certi fy that I have used H battle of Hall's, Great Discovery. When I begaa I was confined to my bed. Now lata nolo to walk around, It Is worth its weight in gold to anyone suffering with kidney and bladder trouble, I am satis fied it Is curing mo. Yours truly, 11 S. 1IRYAN. District Court Cotno.ies. Judgo Stlllwoll came up from Erlo Monday and district court wns called to order next morning at 0 o'clock. Only tho lawjers wcto pres ent and tho timo was devoted to going over tho docket and sotting tho timo for hearing tho cases. The criminal jury cases will como first und us thcro Is u long grind of liquor cases It Is probablo that much of tho court's timo will bo given to them at tho start. Tho jurors who will attend tho session aro: Georgo McClolland and John Barn, hart, Iolu township; John Hartwlg, W. .. Bartols. Chas. II. Smith, Wm. Yeageur, J. E. Powell, Georgo Free man, J. K. McQuigg, una J. N. Rowden of Iola City; Frunk Fuss- man, J. Stevens, H. W. Goodhue, Humboldt; Luther Morris, and O. Michel, Logan township; C. F. Adams, and Lewis Powell, Kim town ship; R. Kampiug, Salem township, H. A. Sawyers and Jno. McCrackcn, Cottage Grove township; S. B. Skaggs, Moron; D, T. Smith, Car lyle; Perry Hoffman, Osage; Allen Nelson, Blsmoro. As is the usual case thh first day in court marked tho settlement of many cases, somo being settled out of court, others dismissed and still others con tinued. Of tho old liquor cases several were dismissed at defendants' costs. Theso wero the cases against Cliff McCarloy. L. D. Montgomery, Goo. Clayton and Ted Tibbitts. Tho cases against Ed Rushton, Will Mills and Jim Mills wero continued, under $200 bond. Judgment waB rondered against Dan Ball us per agreement. Hcrschcl Sim mons and C. U. McCsrloy ploaded guilty and wero fined $100 and given forty-fivo days each. Charles Hick man and Kirk Williams did not ap pear and their bonds wero forfeited. All cases of tho City vs tho joint men wero continued under bond. These civil cases wero continued: Tda Clark vs Santa Fc; Reuben Rich uulson vs Lanyon Zinc Co.: J. W. Drake vs Iola, continued in nume of Drako's widow. Awaiting a decision In a similar case now pending before suprumocourt theso caes were held open: William Strong vs Lanyon Zlnu Company, Jcnnio Caldwell vs sumo, Joshua Rumblo vs same, Harriet Means vs A. L. Taylor, J. W. vs G. W. Fisher. Jonas Curter was given judgment by jury for the recovory of goods sold by his wlfo to J. W. Coffey, or for their value $0 Tho suits to qulot title wore confirm ed us follows: Louisa Ottens vs Alvina Speckbottlo, Rufus Uolmos vs J. H. Broughton, Frank Osborn vs heirs of Hyacinth Lasallc, Thos. F. Zigler vs Nannie M. Proston, Aetna B. & L. vs U. M. Barker, II. A. Ballard dismissed his appeal from justice court in suit with J. W. Coffey, and Coffey dismissed his against Ballard. Several divorce cusos wero settled out of court: Graco vs Ulyssos Sim mons, W. R. Hlldreth vs EstelleHil dreth. Tho suit of Mrs. Burtchby vs her husband was dismissed. These cuses wero dismissed: Morgan Leo vs D. L. Grllllth, Georgo Nichol son vs Ft. Scott, I. & W.; Gas City vs same; J. H. Brown vs Edgar & Hamil ton, C. W. Burnbart vs M. K. & T. Tho suit of the Iola Electrto Rail way ugainst G, W, Baumhoff was re moved to tho U. S. Circuit court. W.N. Obordorfand T. J. Staloy compromised for $14, Eber Myors, finod $25 for assaulting Joo Kongorskl at Gas ,City last fall appoalod to tho district court. When his caso was called he did not appear and his bond was declared forfeited. H, B. Winters was glvon judgment against Joshua Rumbol for $918. To Cure a Cold in ono Day Take Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund tho nymoy fit falls to cure. E, W. Grove", ignaturo is on ouoh box. 25c. Tho Octopus. Ono tentacle griping tho stomach, another tickling the heart, a third tumbling around tho liver, tightening thoir hold every hour dyspopsla Is tho monster that does all this and worso. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will make it lot go mighty quick. C. B. Sponcor&Co., Iola, Kas.,Klnno & Son Moran. Kus., W. J. Waters & Co. LaHarpo, Kas, Death From Horse Kick. Dr. Fulton was called lust Thurs day ovenlng to tho homo of Mr. S. Uenson, two miles west and two miles south of town, to attend to tho Inju ries of Georgo Uenson, tho twolvo-yoar-old son of tho ownor of tho farm, who was kicked on tho head by ono of tho farm horses. After learning tho gravity of tho cubo, Dr. Fulton sum moned Dr. Coffman, and tho two worked until late that-night, but with llttlo hopo of succogs Tho boy had beep out with a team cultivating cbrn during Iho afternoon and roturnod to tho. barn in tho oven lng; As the horses- wero passing through' tho gato into tho barnyard ho slapped ono on tho hip and tho animal kicked back viciously, striking tho boy on tho head with ono of his hind feot. Tho blow foiled tho boy and rendered him unconscious. Ho was carried to tho houso and doctors summoned. Tho physrcianB found that tho skull had been fractured at tho top of tho head und tho boy's bruins wero oozing from tho opening, Thoy think thoro must havo boon u fructuro ul tho buso of tho skull also, us ho bled from tho ears und mouth. All thut medical science could sug gest wuh dono for tho boy, but he died at 4 o'clock Saturday. Tho boy was U2tlvo and strong und his un timely death in so horrlblo a manner, just us ho wus becoming helpful on tho farm, is very sad. The futher of tho boy cumo hero from Iowa a year ago, buying tho Simpson farm, and Ids brother buy ing a farm south of town. Tho foijmcr owner of tho farm was un Iowa man, who camo to an untimoly death by tho accidental dischargo of a gun in hie own hands. Two tragedies in so brlof a timo on tho same farm aro most un usual. LOCAL NEWS Llccnso to marry was Issued Tues day to W. E. Kelso, of Humboldt, and Alice C. Butler, of Iola. While in Kansas City Monday a RiXHSTER reporter saw a twenty-two horse power Fuirbanks-Morso gas en- gino loaded on tho cars for shipment to LaHarpo. It will bo used by tho waterworks in pumping water. Ida Allon, of Ablleno, has sued Georgo J. Allen for divorce. Sho is tho woman who claims to bo tho wifo of tho man who married Mrs. Du finer. After gotting him arrested for bigamy, sho sues for divorce charging deser tion of herself and nine children, Tho First State Bank and tho Na tional Bank ,of Garnett, both owned by tho Bank of Gommerco of Kansas City, havo beon consolidated and will bo managed by W.' S. Fallis, fdrm orly of Humboldt, who Is a nephew of tho president of the Bank of Com merce. J. M. Preston today mado his re turns for Iola township, of which ho in assessor. Ho found a total popu lation of 1815; u gain i f 343. Thero wero 4Vi males and 303 femalo voters. Tho personal property vuluutlon is &S.",3G0 and tho real property valua tion $8315,125. Tho bprlng rains, followed by warm duys are making tho corn in this sec tion hurt itself growing. Allnor grow ing spring could not bo dovlsed and there seems danger of too much ruin instead of too llttlo. Last night a dashing shower wet tho ground thor oughly, u little ball falling with tbo rain. Mrs. Knable, Hho L,aliarpo woman who was severely burned by an ex plosion of pas in tho oven of her bakery somo days ago, died Tuesday Sho was badly burned about tho shoulders, face und arms and it wis thought at tho timo thut tho Injuries would very likely provo Ifatal. Tho remains woro taken to tho old homo in Nevada, Mo., for burial. Some tlmo ago tho RuoiSTiiil men tionod tho probability that a damage suit would grow out of tho 'leath of L. n. Endlcott last fall at a Missouri Pacific crossing in East Iola. Tues day a suit for such damages was filed in district court and this morning tho caso was sottlod, judgment being ren dored against tho company for 450. It was undoubtedly a compromise, Tho campers on tho rlvor aro hav Ing u moist timo of It. Rain has fallen both nights tho boys slept out and yet thoy swear it is mighty flno living. Tbo cooking is great, the set lines furnish flsji, and it.is noxt door to heaven. But they look fagged out thero Is a sneaking procession going to tho restuurants of mornings for breakfast, and the public refuses to bo convinced. The othor day a man came storming to the RIXH3TKR office, no said the paper was running a "cook waated" ad., for him that he nevor ordered and he suspected his boarders of taking this way of kicking qn tho board. Tbo papor was sourchod and no such ad. found. The man Bald his present cook was so mad sho threatened to leavo at onco. Tho paper was again searohod and no such ad, found. It then dovoloped that tho cook had pick ed up un old paper, found tho ad. which was tho causo of hor getting her prosotit job und jumpod to tho conclu sion that it was a lute paper and that tho proprietor was seeking a change. CONDITION OF CROPS Too Dry in tliu EiiHt, North. Too Wet nil- Washington, Muy 20. Tho weather bureau's weekly summary of crop conditions is us follows: Tho drouth conditions provailicg ut tho closo of tho previous week in tho South Atlantic and East Gulf states havo beon largely relieved, except in Southorn Florida, but tho continued dry weather ;ln the Ohio valloy and middle Atlantic Btatcs, with low tem peratures during tho first half of tho woek over tho northern portion of tho mlddlo Atlantic statos and in New England, havo proved unfavorable, whllo tho Dakotas, Minnesota and parts of Iowa havo suffered from ex cessive moisture. Frosts, moro or less, wero quite general in the lake region, Upper Ohio valloy and In tho northern portion of tho mlddlo Atlan tic stutes and New England. Tho temperaturo conditions in tho lowor Ohio, Mississippi und Missouri val leys and throughout tho Hastera Rooky Mountain slopo wero highly favorublo, but on tho north Pacific coast and in tho mlddleplatcaudlstricts tho week was much too cool. Corn planting has mado favorable progress In tho Central valleys, ex cept In Iowa, whero It has been de layed by rains, and is Hearing com pletion in Southern Nebraska and Illinois. The early planted is grow ing vigorously in Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, and is in fine condition in Texas, where u conslder ublo portion of crop is mudo. Cut worms uro cuuslng considerable dam age In Northern Missouri and in the upper Ohio valley, and whllo good stands aro reported in tho middle Atlantic states, low temperatures have beon unfavorable. Winter wheat has experienced no material improvements in tho states of tho Ohio valloy. In Missouri tho crop continues in exceptionally prom ising condition, although somo lodg ing is reported, and further Improve ment in Nebraska und Arkansas and moro favorable conditions In Northern Kansas aro Indicated. Tho crop has mado vigorous growth in Oklahoma, and harvesting, with light yields, is in progress in Texas. On the Paclfie coust winter wheat has made favor able advancement und is ripening in. San Joaquin valloy. Stops tho Congh and works off the Cold. Laxative Brmo-Qulnlno Tablts cura cld In ono doy. No Onro, No Pa v. Prlco 25, cooti. Kcnl Estate Transfers Below aro given tho deals in dirt recorded at tho court houso since tbo last report: For !12 Ralph McDowell & w to Zuclla W. McCarley I.ot 10, block 15, Iola wd I'orrjl C R. McUnrley sold to Zuclla V Mc Carley Lot 11, block 107, IoU and w 90 feet of lot 12, block M lias City wd. For $500 John 1). Rcmsbcrg & w J. IC !-oults I.otslO-lSlnc, blk 8, Rcrosberg's add to Oas City wd. Tor itOO Palmer Oil A. Gas Co , to I.. J. Stuart Lot 11, block 1, Palmer's l'lrst add to L.t Haric wd. For ftOOO Kranklln C Latimer & w sold to Mary IC. Stcens V H sec 19 26-20 wd. For $1000 P V Freiert&w sold to P.mtna Stewart Lots l, 2, 3, 10, 11 and li, block. 7, Al ger'saddto Humboldt wd. For $ 210 J K.D.ile and wife sold to O. Helm lots 4 and 5, block 0, Humboldt. For J400, F. V. Fret ert sold to c. Helm, lots 3 and part of 3, block Sf, Humboldt. For $2460 C. D. Kakln and wife sold to c. 11, McDonald & J. S. Good, lots 1 and 2, block 6. Oasclty. Plat, named LaOrangc, dedicated by J. H. Vannuys and Julia E. LnGrange, part of nw cjr of rectlon 32-21-19. For J6M0 0O F. S. Ilennettsold to Dorcy Outtrlm E W of nw (, & w 'A of ne H, & new of sw H, & nw 1-J of se H sec 30-23-19. For other property nnd (1,00 Mettle D. Helf rlch sold to Adeline, V Wadsworth Lot 1, block 6, Hush's addition. For $700 Atina Thomson sold E. M Chapman ct ill lot i, block 9, Gas City. l'orfSOO Aldo Punston and wife to Sarah E. Miller, lot 1, block 13, Rhoades addition to Iola, For 1500 John I). Remsburgand wlfo to Sarah T). Harbaugli lots 4, 6, G and 7, block 7, Items berg's addition to Oas Olty. Por HCS Joseph Illeserand wife to Nellie E Eakln part of 1st Street In Gas City. D Tor $1,060 F.R. Newton and wife to W'm. Jones lot 7, block 13, Iola, For (1,473 J. IC. Soults to L. L. Northrup lots 8 and 9, blocClO, Uus City, For tiOO W. S. Hendricks 'and wife to L. L. Northrup lot 4, blootf 5, Gas City. Por 1125 Hlnncne MoCl.iln and bdsband to MaryE Northrup lot S.. block 18, Gas City. For t2S J. M. Llntner and wife to Harry Dragg lot 12, block's, Humboldt, For 1200 J. S Winkler & w sold to Bank or Allen County B H of lot 1, block 3, West side add to Iola. $100 Reward, $100 Tho readers of this paper will be ploaBed to learn that thero is at least ono droadful disease that scienco has been able to euro in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo is tbo pnly posltlvo curo known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh botng a constitutional disease, requires a con stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting di rectly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby des troying tho foundation of tbo disease, and giving tho patient strength by by building up tho constitution and usslsting naturo in doing its work. Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that thoy offor Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso that It falls to cure. Send for 11 st of testimonials, Addros, F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c Hall's Family Pills aro tho best. i 1. i. ....si.. a -, . ... a-.--jWr.it .IVf -A.-7 Kll aSUMLLffiiirlBlLJKmj ' JW ' .it A &wfthtafeW.