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t -- f ; i IHHBBVrn' WBHiBIP g....i ' .... I..U1.I '' 4"" " ..Bg- sr; ,,'. SUiBKffrag' . Til . - " it '-iV ;wr? --5t " "-ww'" T " I 71Z i "" ' IBB XiKSW-T-cWJUU . MOJnL ,imT,T,,TrJuoimtY-and,f .r-'MM'-! .-. , - m? ffifffll'VMHM'Jft' THE IOLA REGI8TER FRIDAY JUNE 6 1902. wrC" -l iff R, & a i COUNTY NEWS GOLDEN VALLEY. Mrs. IIattib (Ivuusm, Correspondent. Juno 2 W Donald's family visited "W Walker's slnco our lust. A C Kohlers' family and Orloy Eagoll's family visited .T P Kohler's f ninily since our last. GluTa Arry and Kinmolino Kerr were at the II ill from the Valley Children' s day. U Duncan was out from Iola Sun day. Pauls Valley, I T, whoro wo visited and whero Mr Guhett just returned from, Is four foot under water and on tho main street tho water is two feet deep.1 Say wo ulnt going thero for "old Allen" beats that. For tho past Jen years wo havo been used to seeing our worthy editor at his desk and his absence has mado It seem odd when we called at tho olllco and to see hi in back again will set m homo like. Mrs Maxson 1 qulto poorly here nf lato. Wo hope sho may soon regain her usual health. Clydo Hamilton says that his par ents aro well ploasod with their now homo at Walnut. Wo wish them well. Dr Lambeth was calling in this community slnco our last. A number attended Decoration Day at Moran. Mr Owens has been in our com munity hero of late. Ho is onooftho agent for tho Girard nursery and was a neighbor of ours twenty yoars ago in Crawford coucty, Kansas. Mrs Hyatt has gono to tho hospital in Omaha, Neb. for treatment. Sho has many friends in Allen county who hopo for her recovery. Mr and Mrs Whitney Boyer and daughter were at tho Hall Sunday. Mr an'1 Mrs Walter Kerr wero at tho Hall from Independence Sunday. Mrs Funk and family wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Ayers Sunday. Mr and Mrs M Williams wero the guests of Mr Bollinger's. Mr and Mrs Woodt Mrs Allen, Edna and Rosco wero at Mrs C Wood and daughters' slnco our last. Mr Wlsteen and Miss Olgto Hanson -of Leanna took dinner with Walter Wood and family and called on Mr Stewarts' and Mr Gullett9' on their way home. Mr Syclyes wero at tho Hall Sun day. John Laury was ono that wont to Wichita to get tho right man in tho right place. John knows a good man when ho sees him. Flo Kasbeer acted as organist Sun day at tho Hall as all tho musicians had gono to tho Valloy to children's day. Cad Stewart is homo from Kansas City for her summer vacation. Mr and Mrs Krayger called on Mrs Michkie. Mary Michkio has a very sore hand caused by poison from cleaning house. Homo Kosslcr liolpod plow for mlllett Wednesday at J W Gullett's. Joo Turner called on Mr Hunters' Monday. Mr and Mrs I Kasbeeer and child ren of Tola wero tho guests of J It Stowart's and U Boeken's and family Saturday and Sunday. Franklin Smith is starting on a grocery delivery routo though tho valloy ard tho Hall neighborhoods und haB a good lino of goods and gives premiums ifflli all his goods. J P Kohlcr and wife,. Kd Boyer and wife, Albert Walton and wife, Druo, Cad, Tonoy and John Stewart, Mrs Cullett and Ross Laruo helped clean tho church Monday. Anna Seymour and Mr and Mrs Frank Myors also liolpod. Wayno Proston visited Georgo "Walker Tuesday. Mesdames Hunter, Gullett, H Kerr and J P Kohlcr mot at tho Hall church Tuesday for tho children's practice. Walter Wood had threotoams intho Hold Wednesday. Children's day is past at tho Valloy and it was good. Tho children ou tered into tho songs and recitations with tho best of spirits. Tho solo by John Funk was flno as was also tho quartetts. And tho crowd was good. "Tho collection was sovon dollars and sixty cents. Mrs Joo Turner, our old friend and neighbor, was a pleasant caller Wed nesday. Mrs Homo Kosslor called Wednes day on Mrs Jonos and Mrs Gullett. J'W Gullett bought somo stock of Joo Tumor Monday. MORAN. Mrs. It, h. Ilassett, Correspondent. Juno 1 Mrs Spoffdrd is enlarging tier house, building an extra room on tho ground lloor and raising tho roof that it may havo two stories. Miss Hodgos returned last week Wednesday from Bates City, Mo, whero sho has been visiting her sister, Mrs Charles McCormack. Mrs Lucy Jowoll oamo over from Iola last weok Thursday to spond Decoration Day at homo. Sho ro turned Monday. S C Varnor Jr haslmoved his fam ily to tho now house north of the JYloador rosldonco. Mr Bunnor has gono to Oklahoma Thousands Have Kidney Trouble nnd Don't Know it. now To rind out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a TS. tamLi sediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy condi tion of tho kid neys; If It stains your linen It Is. evidence of kid ney trouble; too freciuent desire ta pass It or pain In -onvlnclng proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order. ' -What to Do. There Is comfort In tVi trnn,iu,i. often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- rvum, no crcai Kianey remedy Junius" every wish In curing rheumatism, pain In ti'o back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing It, oi bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and tc get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra, ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases. If vou need a medtRta vah Vmn1rl Rq. it. best. Sold by druggists InGOc. and$l. sizes. You may have a samnle bottle of this wonacriui discovery and a book that tells more about It. both sent absolutely free by mall, address Dr. Kilmer & llnma of nwiiniivltnnt. Co., Blngharnton, N. Y Vhen writing men- tlon reading this generous offer In this paper. to join a company with a thrasher and It may bo so oral months boforo ho will return. Mr Carmainonnd Miss Mlnniodrovo to Gas last week Wednesday to visit CalobCarmalno and his family. Miss McGlashan and Miss Klnne went to Hutchinson Monday to at tend the musical festival thero this week. Rov L I Drake filled tho Presbyter Ian pulpit hero last Sabbath. Georgo Ross spent tho Sabbath at home. Ho Is employed as stenog rapher at Puulllc. not far from St. Louis. Thecxerciscs on Decoration Day wero well conducted and attended. Thero wero crowds In town and at tho cem etery whero tho graves of loved ones wero beautifully decorated. If each town in tho county sends as largo a delegation to Normal as went from Moran there will bo a long list of aspirants of toachers' certificates. Thoso who roprosout this place aro Mr and Mrs Collins, Josio and Laura McCormack, Mabol Keith, Allic Jewell, Maude Hodges, Almira Has- sett, Mary Moulos, Addle and Mlnnio Thompson. A merry party of little folks on Mon day exorted themselves to tho utmost to help Bosslo Caldwell celobrato her birthday. Constipated Ilowels. To havo good health, tho body should bo kopt in a laxutivo condi tion, and tho bowels moved at least onco a day, so that all tho poisonous wastes aro expelled daily. Mr. G. L. Edwards, 14: N. Main St., Wichita, Kansas, writes: "I havo used Her blno to regulato tho liver and bowels for tho past ten years, and found it a reliable remedy." .lOoatC. B. Spen cer & Co. PLEASANT VALLEY. U. T. Smith. Correspondent Juno -1. Owing to tho rains tho past two weeks corn is getting qulto foul. It Is just gelling dry enough to got into tho Holds again. A light shower again last night. Jubt enough to keep tho ground from crusting. Your corrsopondent is still at Iola on tho jury. Wo, the jurors woro taken down below Humboldt yosterday to oxamlno th location and surroundings of a certain railroad bridge. Tho semi-annual Sunday School convention of Deer Creek township was hold last Sunday p. m. and was u very interesting session. Miss Gertrudo Voorhees proved her capability as an executive olllcer. Mr. Tredway county Sunday school president was helping to muko the convention a success. Rov Thomas proacher for Neosho Falls and Colony holped in tho con vention and also preached in tho even ing. J W Johnson of Iola was ono from a distance who helped mako the con vention interesting. The Silver Loaf choir gavo some good music. ' Wo fear Diamond school did not do its part by tho convention, Mr Bantu seemed to have dono his part but said ho could not got tho school to co-operate Wo hopo to see Diamond in it next fall at tho annual convention. Cliildrens day exercises at Pleasant Valloy Sunday ovonlug. Preaching Sunday 11 a. m. EAST PLUASANT VALLEY Mrs. I. i:. Largent. Correspondent. May 28. Rain is plentiful for which we aro all very thankful, Tho creeks havo been and aro now very high. Ono of J E Cox's horses slipped oft tho creok bank ;into tho deep water last Friday, holp was called In but sho got out on hor own strength. Last Wednesday a fow of I K Lar gent's noighbors,cameln and surprised him by plowing (corn for hlm. Thoy plowod near 14 or 15 acres, Mr Lar gentlsays ho fools very grateful to them for tills kind deed. Dr Martin and wlfo woro at R Mar tin's Saturday and took dlnnor, in tho ovenlng thoy wont to tho Pleasunt Valloy gravo yard and fixed up tho gravo of their littlo son Ray. Willie Grieves has boon Buffering f'V' llPIfilltl "iyiyBMJfflugjJ with catarrh of tho hand but Is ablo to bo out again. Gortrudo Voorhees was at Pleasant Valley last Tuesday attending to tho program for tho convention to be hold at Pleasant Valley Juno 1 at 2 p in. Let overy body como for wo aro ex pecting a good time. Sovoral of Mrs Largout's friends jiomo in last week and did sowing for her. Mesdames Buxton, Cox. Smith, Smart and Grandma Chlleote woro present, RISING STAR. Mrs. Mnrv Wollard, Correspondent. Jiino2-Mr II W Huffman, candi date for shcrlir was looking after his political chances last Tuesday. Wo would llko to seo Mr Hulhnan get tho nomination as wo know ho is well qualified for tho work. Mr Tom Jackson and family culled last Tuesday as they wore on tholr way to Lallarpo. Tho Swatslanders and Mr Meeker went to Iola last Thursday. Ralph Sprnguo and yifo and chil dren wero the guests of Mr Stout Monday and Tuesday. Thoy also visited other relatives in this vicinity. Grandma Bowlby called on yo scribo Tuesday. Mrs Ida Dickorson and children and Mrs Highburgain wero visitors last Thursday. Mr Robert Hardy and family woro In this vicinity last Thursday, Grandpa Basdalo went home last Wednesday afternoon. Miss llattio Olmstoad was home Sunday. Mrs Daisy Berkihiser and daughter of I old visited Mrs Ulghbargain and Mrs Homer Fowler tho last of last week. Miss L"onu Strode of Iola is tho guest of Mrs Nannie Franco this weok. Miss Esta Glbbs of Moran Is visit ing Mr and Mrs Tom Dougherty this weok. Mr and Mrs Easdalo and children woro callers Sunday evening. Hnrry IClmey from near Iola vis ited John Winn's lust Thursday. Mrs Wudlcr was at Mrs Will Whittlngton's ono day last weok. SOUTH MAPLE GROVE AND CEN TRAL AVENUE. Etlicl I.ish, Correspondent. June 4 Kd Burson did somo houso painting for Albort Ralsh last weok. Dr J II Ulndmen and wlfo of Hum boldt called on Mr John Holcomb's Sunday afternoon. Mr Bee is putting an iron pump in his drilled well. Mr and Mrs II W Hottenstein aro tho proud parents of a baby girl. Mrs Wright of Iola, is visiting her nleco Mrs R W Hotiensteln. Ora Mose is visiting friends in our part of tho neighborhood. Mrs Edison of Iola, spont part of last week at Wm Overholdts. WhlleJ Joe Thompson was at tho party Saturday night at Win. Over holts, his team broko loose and ran homo. Thero was' no datnago dono to speaklof. Tho Ice cream supper at Maplo Grovo was well attended and tho cream sold well if it was cold. Mrs Maxwoll and Grace of Moran spont Decoration Day with Mr Ed Maxwell. Grace is staying hero with her father at present. Mrs Belle Long and nleco of Kansas City aro hero visiting her brother Kd Burson. D1ST. NO. !)ll. Marie Moore, Correspondent. June 4 A largo crowd attended tho children's exercises at Leanna last Sunday afternoon. Verna Smith of Urbana visited tho Misses Moore last week. Rev Howoll of Klsmoro preached at Fair View last Sunday. Emma Scantlln,Lola Alward, Maudo Dickorson, und Win Tomllnson, Now- ton Alforu, Clint Scantlin and John nie Tomllnson took supper at John Gibson's Sunday night. A largo crowd attended theoxorclses at Leanna Decoration day. Archie aud Homer Cation visited tholr grandpa Campbell last Sat urday. YOU KNOWWHATYOUARE TAKING When you take Grove's Tastoles Chill Tonlo becauso tho formula Is plainly printed on ovory bottle show you that it lsslmplylron and Qulnw a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay 2,") eonts. ROCK CREEK. MAiir Powell. Correspondent. Juno 4 Mr Volo prcachod a yory Interesting and benollclal sermon Sunday evening, MrRustraas has purchased a farm in Missouri whero ho expects to movo soon. Mr Burns and family visited at Mr Ensfleld's Sunday. Mr Frank Mull and family visited in this part Sunday, Charley Baros is helping tho Powoll boys with their farming. Harry Klmzlo and sister visited tholr uncle at Bayard last Friday. Rov Ruby will proaoh at Rock Creok Sunday running. Tho people In this vicinity aro pre paring for a social In tho near future. Mrs Jessio Fisher has returned to Kansas City whero sho lias a position as stenographer. Mr Loranco visited at Mr Flsher'B Sunday. NEOSHO FALLS. JlrsfJco Mulrom Correspondent Juno 3 Tho city council has passed tho eurfow law and it is just all right. The pcoplo In this vicinity far and near took groat interest In Motnorlul day. A largo crowd was In town. Mlnnio Kent is visiting in Iola this weok. Maymo Hlghbargaln is visiting in Burlington. A T Woolford was in Wiuhita this weok. Mrs E E Wlleon returned to hor homo in Raton, X M, after n six weeks visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs J O Dow. Jay Rush of Iola was in town tho first of tho weok. Thero is qulto an attraction draws him hero it seems. Mrs Fred Jackson died hero Wed nesday night. Funeral services were hold at tho residence Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Rov McGinnls con ducted tho services and tho remains wero laid to rest In tho Ccdarvalo cemetery. Mrs Jackson has been an Invalid for soveral months and loving hands did all that could bo dono for her. Tho most bountiful Mowers deco rated hercaskotaud gravo. Sheleavosa husband, threo daughters nnd a host of friends to mourn hor loss. Therolatlves havo tho sympathy of all tho com munity. Wu had quite a chungo In tho weath er a part of this wepk. Tho fire was a real comfort. Who is it says it novor rains in Kansas? II Plush is painting II McAlistor's houso tills week. Leila Sain is visiting in Junction City. , Tress Herdman is visiting in Pitts burg this week. Attorney Dickson mado a business trip to tho Center Thursday. AT Beam nnd Lula returned homo from Proston, Kansas, this week. Tho river has been the highest the past weok it has been for years. W W Finney, Republican dologato, left Tuesday evening for Wichita, II P Loter brought in tho largest strawberry of tho season Wednosday, measuring soven and a half inches In clrcumfcrenco and wolghed over an ounce. Georgo Liouranco is homo from Raton, N M, whoro ho has been for soveral months. Mrs Barton of Moran, prosldont of tho 4th district C E association, nnd Lillian Smith of Carlyle, spoko at tho Presbyterian church in tho interest of their work Monday evening. Master Fleet Thomas, a son of Rov Thomas, fell from a cherry trco Sat urday and broko ono of his logs. Tho littlo follow sufTored great pain. Mr Cary Roush and wlfo spont Sat urday evening and Sunday with Geo Malcom and family Mr R A Wright camo In homo Sun day morning from Parsons to visit with his family a short time. Wheat hurvest will begin in a very short time. Rust is in tho wheat some, but tho farmers don't think it will damugo it if tho weather Is suitable. Clarence Dugan camo homo from Iola Wednesday to visit homo fclks. Mrs Molly Mooro and Mrs T Mooro and. children attended tho funeral of Mr Hibbs in Iola Sunday. Mr Frank Best and Jasper Best drove out to tho old Da'ly farm Sun day afternoon. DEER CHEEK. "crryJNewton, Correspondent. May 28 Sovoral of tho nolghbors aro attending court this weok. Mrs E W Boulson returned from hor visit in Jowoll county Kansas. Mr Htndsloy is at work on his houso now J and has tho frame about com pleted. Tom Jonos and Ed Layraann In tended to go to Illinois but havo postponed tholr trip and Ed has gono to Oklahoma for a while. Ida Weltb from Gas City was visit ing us for a few days. Sho returned homo yosterday. Sheep shearing has been In order for soveral days. A man from Noosho county doing tho work for most of tho nolghbors. Ho finishes his work in this section this week at Chas Smith's, TIQUA A. iJraper, Correspondent June 3. Married at Iola Monday Louis Zlnk and May Fisher. Wo join with their friends in wishing them u long and happy lifo. Mr and Mrs Harloy Finch, John and Emma Barnhart and J O Brown and sisters all ronort a fine time at Dolla Osburn's birthday party. Tom Lynch and Jako Halnbad some now girls buggy riding Sunday even ing. Mrs Wright, Mrs Slack and Mrs Valentino woro all in Iola Friday. Misses Josephine and Johanna Wostorman aro staying at Mrs. Cruise's preparing for tho marriage of tho latter. Will Grogman's now horse Is pro gressing flno. Mrs Draper out hor middle flngor and thumb on her right huud, real bad Tuesday. A now doctor from Buffalola town looking for a location. Tho Woodmen ico cream social and dance was a grand success. Emma Haln returned from a months visit with her brother at Newton, BETHEL. I.nn Cu.NNi.s'aiiAir, Correspondent. Mm Henderson is visiting relatives In Iola this week. Last Wednosday Fred Burson was climbing a treo at Mr Cunningham's, and when about twenty-fivo feet from tho ground, ho foil, striking an up turned harrow. A harrow tooth caught In his limb, below tho kneo, lacerating the llosh badly then finally going entirely .through botweon tho two bones to tho other sldo of his limb. Dr. Brown of Humboldt drossed the wound, ami although being b'tdly hurt, he is getting along as woll as could bo expected. Little Lola Kelso has been qulto sick but is batter at present. Geo Burcham aud Boh Duncan of Iola visited In this vicinity. Mr Owens of Crawford Co., visited at Mr Walker's over Sunday. Thero was a party at Mr Baker's since our last. Mossrs. Verdo Chct wood, Lannle Beul aud Misses Edna Chetwood. Gertlo Boal and Joslo Red field from Humboldt attended. Quito a number from hero attended tho ico cream social at Maplo Grovo Wednosday evening. An excellent time Is reported. Misses Ida and Becca Bakor visited Anna Long near Prairie Hall, Sun day. Miss Mjrtlo Randolph of Fair View spent Saturday ovenlng and Sunday with Lola Cunningham. Also Mr Otto Bluhm, Misses Bertha Klofer and Lena Bluhm of Maplo Gtovo, and Mossrs Clair Kerr and Richard Kohlcr of Golden Valley aud Ethel Llndsoy attended Children's Day ex ercises at Pralrlo Hall and took dln nor with us Sunday. Happy Time in Old Town. ''Wo folt very happy," writes R. N. Bovill, Old Town. Va., when Buck leys Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter of a bad caso of scald head." It delights all who uso it for Cuts Corns, Burns, Bruises, Bolls Ulcers Eruptions. Infallible for Piles. Only 25c at Evaus Bros' Drug Storo. SlIA'ER LEAK Mrs Ven7cl. Correspondent. Juno 2 Thero was a coodlv uuinber from hero attended tho Sunday School convention at Pleasant Valley Sunday p. m. Mrs A Montgomery is indisposed at this writing. Wo hope for a speedy recovery. Mr Treadway of Allen Center dined with Mr Jessie Lust last Sabbath. Miss Clara Eastwood of Iola was a pleasant caller last Sunday p. in. Mrs Lust contemplates visiting hor brother Charlie Wednesday, near Moran. Messrs. Charlio and Joo Eastwood spent a couple of days in Bourbon county this week. Mr and Mrs Rose of near Lallarpo camo over and spent tho day with us slnco our last. Miss Eva Osborn Is with her sister Mrs Montgomery, this weok. "For your stomach's sake" tako Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Cutos constipation, indigestion, all stomach troubles. For salo by C. B. Spencer, Iola; KinnoJfc Son, Moran; W. J. Waters &.Co., Lallarpo. PRAIRIE DELL. C. P. IiutTii, Correspondent. Juno 3. Mr Shoploy and family wero visiting friends in tho neighbor hood Thursday ovenlng of last week. Florenco Burnett spent a fow days last week with her sister Mrs Sullivan of Star Valloy. Laura Fankoll was visiting Mr and Mrs Foster of Pralrlo View last week. Soraeono bus taken the liberty of putting a young stallon in Mr Port's pasture without any contract. Ho is a young animal of a bay color and whoever did tho llko will obllgo Mr Port by calling and making an un derstanding In tho matter. Harry Barnott has passed tho threo common school examinations which entities him to stop higher. Tho McClolland well Is down a littlo ovor 000 feet. Thoy had to pull tho casing twice and ream out a9 it kopt leaking. Tux on lisibles. Extromo hot weather is a groat tax upon tho digestive power of babies; when puny and foeblo thoy should bo given a fow doses of White's Cream Vermifuge, tho childrons' tonic. It will stimulate and facilitate tho diges tion of tholr food, so that thoy soon bocomo strong, healthy and active. 25c at C. B. Spencer & Co. CENTER GROVE. Miss Hell Reynolds, correspondent. Juno 3. Sovoral from this vicinity attended Memorial exercises at Le anna. G M Reynolds and wlfo of Fair View visited at Mrs Roynolda Sun day. Quito a number from this neighbor hood attonded tho Ico croam social at Maplo Grovo last Wednosday night. Mrs Jowoll visited at Sedloy Yountz near Harmony last Thursday, A fow from this vicinity went to Leanna Sunday afternoon to attend Children's Day exorcises. Two thoroughbred poland china Iwars for .sale, by Oeo. 11 Jtauli, tour miles (southeast of Iola, Kniwasi A Texas Wonder si HALL'S CREAT DISCOVERY. One Bimill bottlo of Hull's Great Discovery cures nil kldniijr mid bladder trophies. rcmoTcs. Krnvol, euros diabetes, homlnut emissions,. wu.ii, aim lame bar lis, rheumatism and all lricKulnrltlCN or tho kidneys and bladder la both men and women, icxitlates bladder troiiblon In children If not nold by your drutc Klst, will l,o sent by mull on receipt of i oo. One mnall bottle Is two months treatment nnd will onie any ohm) nbmo mentioned Or. 12. W. Hull, sole manufacturer. 1'. n Hox O'M, at. I.outs. Mo. Send for testimonials Hnlil li alloruuKlsts, St. Louis, Mo., July 1, 1001. This is to cortify that less than one bottlo of tlio Texas Wonder, Hall's Groat Discovery has cured mo of kidney and bladder trouble, und I can cheerfully recommend It totho public. C. Butts,' (110 South Fourth St 1 LIBERTY. Mrs. Johnson, Correspondent, '.it May 23 Wo suppose everybody hud enoUL'h ruin to kntiofv ti.um rjt theray ono time ut least. V. Thero havo been so many parS? dutlCUS and lei! i?rnain j!itn.n..j rh., CiW can hardly mention them till. auiuruuy nigni tticro was a suri liat'tV Ut Hl'Viml's lie tin,.nl,,ttin young folks and Sunday thero was'rs. other ono at tho snme nin,.., i Vflllmr nnntiln nf T.ltinn... tnu IU. tics WUl'n Unit ntf. nili.,1 and every Am onjoyod thomselvos. Sir 10 ncrtDo visited Mrs Lu Osbad Monday. . Will Osborn wnq In mi,. itrt,,!ttr . buslnuss Monday. Cut'dH Ill'O nllt Iinnnitnr.irtir tbn inn.. riago of Lulu Malcom to K.ia Hutch! son ui rscosuo raws on next Tuesda evening, Juno 15. Cary Roush and wifespcutSaturda night and Sunday with Georgo Mai coin's In Neosho Kails. lho surprise carpet rag tacking a Mrs CnRttLtnt-'a niu unll nti..,wlo.i .,.. wo tacked nearly all ot her .ugs be sinus nuving a nno iimo. Dolla Osborn had an Ice cream sup DGl1 Ut her llfllnnTlmrailn v.nlwht. 'Pbnr. wero nearly aK tho Liberty young pec inu inure, mso .Mr nrown ana two sis ters of Yates CenteW All report . nico time. Mrs Brvunt nntnrt.nlnnrl cntmpi1 members of tho Baptist meeting at hi houso Saturday night. Ollle Hocrj and littln snn nlan onont 4fitii.1t night thero. Miss Bruco left Monday for Wlchit whoro she will reside for somo time Daisy. Bruco noes to Normn.1 nt Tnln also. Marv Murnhv anpnt. ew days in Alice last ) Iola Mon- Iola visiting hor sis week. Pearl Tnwnsnnd wonf dav to hnln hnr mint 1i iwhllo. She alio took the Liberty 1 nool lexhlblf w yiutu iinu iiiu cuuniy exniUK uurt, utoaver ana wiie visited , Heath Sunday. ' Chas Morrill nnd wlfn rnturnnd S- urdav from n. urnlr'a vlnlf. itO Charloy's mother. Wo do not knal just wnero sue lives in Kansas. Fred Kratnf r and Lucy Morrill, jilt on tho sick list at preesnt. ' Georgo Townsend sheared his fatl er's sheen Monday. J Peos had his sheep shoared Mor. day. Mrs Murphy called on Mrs Cain c Pleasant Valloy Sunday ovenlng. Lu Roush and wlfo visited A John son's Wednesday. Mrs Ithvnnt lu'vtolHnr Vioi- ann W over on Deor Creek for a few d Would You Do It? Would you buy groceries of a gr who had no scales? Would you of u dry goods merchunt who hat yard mcasuro? Would you empk carpenter wno nau no saw n s men existed would you expect them" succeed? Why then expect a farmer to su cced who does not take a good, llv up-to-dato agricultural and livo-stotf paper. A paper of this class is jus' as much a necessary part of tho tool. for tho farm as tho scales for thf" grocery storo or,tho saw to the car penter. When a man In uny kind of business sccuros tho necossury tools for that business he can do hotter work andls surer of success if gets tho best. When u fanner secures a farm papo' he should get the one that is publish! ed In tho territory and by men whr understand tho conditions under whici' ho lives. It is absurd to seek agricultura information from a paper published In another Stato and by men who know nothing of Kansas conditions. Cash paid for such a paper is a dead exponso. Cash paid for tho home printed and progrossi7o paper Is an Investment. Tho "Old Rollablo" Kansas Farmer is the only paper that exactly meets tho requirements of the farmers and llvo stockmen of tho State. Wo havo now perfected arrange ments by which wo can send you tho Weukly Rixiister and tho Weekly Kansas Farmer for $1.00. Send your namo in at onco. The Juno Water Supply. Tho north settling basin at tho waterworks plant was pumped full of river water Monday, ,tho water Ana lyzed and troatod for impurities. By courtesy of tho engineer, Mr. Howard, the Register Is ablo to give a record! below of of tho analysis: Hardness 3 grain; llmo and mag nosla 2 grains; sulphates 1 grain; total solids 02 grains. Loss on igni tion 0 grains; organic matter 5J grains; ammonium nono; ohlorino ,0 grains; odor nono; water very muddy. Undor chemical troatmont, aeration and settling processes, tho water is mado clour and puro, tho llmo and mud bolng precipitated and removed. o ft 1st it re l 1 f,1 ' i J rl u- 201 cbl I ts' d ',ho tly url lift 4 B s Ik., i " i W wwr;Wr jr- fcl . mmmr """"gsgsszsafisssmwsfflSMm niimiLdT'.-Tiaj8 HMMa1-" "- "smm nSMMMimimM g mmmnmaMmmmanmmmmmmmmvMXzmmmmmwnmmaniai&t&Hnuw (.'