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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 March 1880

NEW GOODS IOLA REGISTER. i -AT- jSI CCLU JbUETS WE ARE JUST RECEIVING OUR SPRING STOCK OF Staple and Fancy BUY Q-OODS We are willing to stalie our reputation that it is the most complete and and best selected stocks evr brought to this mar ket, and as forjprices we are able to discount any thing we see in print. We are also receiving a large stock of CLOTHING Consisting of Mens' and Boys1 suits of all grades and styles with prices to suit. Owing to the over crowding of our room tliese goods must sell. OUR STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Are equal to any line in Southern Kansas for quality, style and quan tity. Gents if you want a No. I Calf Boot or Button Shoe, give me a call befo?e purchasing and will guarantee sat isfaction. WE HAVE A FULL LINE Hats and Caps, Both for Men and Boys, of the most approved styles. We have a few pieces of CARPET of the latest patterns and at remarlt able low figures. OUR STOCK OF CASSIMEBES, JEANS, and SATINNETTS, are just what is wanted for Spring and Summe...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 March 1880

- Kisses. By Eose Habtwick Thorpe, author of "Cur f e w.Shall Xot Ring To-night," EJttle child, when twilight shadows Clote the western gates of gold, Then those loving arms of mother's Tenderly about thee fold. Overlipand cheek, and forehead, . Like a shower caresses fall; For a motherJa kiss at twilight Is the sweetest kiss of alL Pretty maiden at the gateway, Shy, sweet face and downcast eyes, Two white, trembling hands Imprisoned, How the golden moment flies! Lips that softly kiss thy forehead. All the rosy blushes call ; Tot a. lov eia kiss at twilight Is the fondest kiss of aTL Happy wife, thy noble husband, More than half a lover yet For Jliose sunny hours of wooing Are too sweet to soon forget On thy smiling lips uplifted, Full of love, his kisses fall, For a hustmnd's kiss at parting Is the dearest kiss of all. Weary mother.ittle children With their dimpled hands so fair, Passing o er ciicek and forehead, Soothe away all pain and care. Ixad j our doubting heart to Heaven. W...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 March 1880

1 A ' the I visited a large number of small set tlements on the west bank of the Shan non, in the Counties of Boscommon and Sligo. For about ten hours each day I rode and walked, entering altogether about 100 wretched hovels, which this afflicted people delusively call their homes, and where from morning till night they encounter the dread monot ony of want and misery. While fully prepared to meet more or less distress everywhere, knowing through former visits something of the chronic state of poverty in which the people Ijve, I was not prepared, nor could any thing I have ever before seen in an degree pre pare me, for the scenes of abject misery and sickening squalor which I found at every turn. The people did not know . of my coming, and could not prepare for any dramatic display of wretched ness and want. Unawares I searched every .corner of scores of houses for any means of sub sistence, and came back at night .with an aching heart. I had seen what it would do you all good to se...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 March 1880

? y '" v One Country ScMoel fftil. Doubtless every progressive teacher has, at some time during his experience, felt that his efforts were not duly appre ciated by his patrons. Restricting the application the country schools otthe west, it would often seem that the teach er is striving to render a service not ap preciated nor desired bjrthe recipient. The teachers of our county are striv ing to build up their profession with flat tering promises of success. But where 'are the patrons of our country schools? Are they looking upon our efforts as a matter in any way complimentary to themselves ? Some of them are, but the numbers among the country schools, for whom must be given negative answers is fearfully large. We may even find those who cherish a jealous aversion to any measures to facilitate education. Considering this condition, how like mockery the efforts of a teacher to im prove. How like a mechanical btriving to do neat work for one who indulges slovenliness. While we freely ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 April 1880

"ra lifc v .;" f$i " V V' : && r ,i iS . SU-J.. -Si f "tkX.'.Rfifc-i. .V5t- iC?&JTWMP(aW -jSKt!." JSV' f:-? ;w YOL.XIY. IOLA, A1LEN COOTTT, KANSAS, APRIL 2, 1880. NO. 15 IULvA KEAjrld I JS. ) I- - J v OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. 23" OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALLEX COUSTY. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF IOLA. Advertising Hates. SPAta:. II wKji wki;mo.3 mo.C mo. 11 y 1 Inch 2 inches V, inches Ji colnmn.. .Ji column.. 1 column... $100 2 00! SI 60 STOOj 4 00 6 00 8 50 12 00 25 Co $"00 7.V) 10 Ui 12 0) 2.-, or. 40 00 S7 FU 10 to !.- CO 20 00 W0U G3 00 2 50 2 SO 3 0C 3 SO 5 00 GOO 10 00 800 15 Oy Subscription. Xlctes. Ono copy one year 82.00 One copy ssXTr.onlhs . 1 00 Three months, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cents. Single copy, 5 cents. H. A. Pmikiss, Prop. CHURCH DIRECTORY. PRESBYTERIAN. Cnttier Madison Avenue and 'Western Street. Preaching at 11 h. m. and 7 p. m. every Sabbath. fc-abli.it It school at 'J:45a m. Prayer mectingev ry Wednesday evening. IKyou haven't a list of the prayer meeting top...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 April 1880

i 1 1 tr --v. , fTsaw .-& - , "vs"5 ss?s5iwsasss Night la a Tewu. Kansas Cattle The dullness which had so weighed upon us through the long, uneventful afternoon was but a lull, we soon learned, and not a-stagnation. With the first approach- of darkness the lethargic town rubbed its eyes, so to speak, and leaped to its feet; and in a twinkling, it seemed (like an incanta tion, Eastman said). Grand avenue was a carnival of light and motion and music. The broad board sidewalks were crowded'with promenaders; smil ing groups passed in and out of the drinking saloons and gambling places; in every quarter glasses clinked and dice rattled '(is there another sound in the world like that of shaken dice?); violins, flutes and cornets sent out ea-. ger, inviting strains of waltz and polka from a score or more establishments, and a brass band was playing patriotic airs in front of the theater, where, odd ly enough, the crude morality of "Ten Nights in a Bar-Room" was about to be presented, "...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 April 1880

IRfflRiSfflinRBtS ie3 '. -v-STeS Mf.a. .&. L PWZ&sfr ivNV., a':v j- tm f :L . "i. H srawBERrfWwvK3Wi??'wsiiMsi SFr5Ar SK. J3frV.r.Bj3--CrSV -',.Sf-'i. .UViir-r. JI-Wts-: ;;a rfws&y f "? v r . . vjzux v.. a- s? - 'va -wHrwji- ten Ki '. .V a "i -eg.! ?MlfeL4d Excku4 ', - Jfcia desirable .to mention a mqde of -'international -payment of debts due by oao country to another which isdaily carried on to an immense extent, and strikingly illustrates the nature and ac- tion of money. These payments are made with bullion that is, -with gold " or silver uncoined,, inits natural state of " bars or ingots of metal. The necessity for such a 'payment in coin or metal arises from the fact that one country has bought Jrom another more than it has sold to it, and consequently must pay the balance with some form of money. The transmission of coin would be subject to the inconvenience that the coin sent over would be a stranger in the new country it entered) the stamp would :be a troublesom...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 April 1880

1.? 14? IjCShA" , - IETAREGISTER. ,s-i One ysar; fa advance', "' ,....$2 00 JSixraoaths. in advance, 1 00 Tfereemeatks, in advance, .1 50 iaf adverttiementt in -THK'RCGlflTSB. wtfco; er javor vw timing to the a&verlittrt that theg taw ,,'Tire Iola. Kegistkk. Me e&vcrtuement fa bmCIAL PAPER OF COUJfTY. . 4. perklxs, EDITOR. TO CI31CAGO. From a telegram from Judge Allison we learn that the delegates sent from Kansas to Chicago were for urnine, and as follows: First Dist John A. Martin, P. Hutchinson G. H. Case, 3. Eotz ; Second Dist B. F. Simpson, S. S. Benedict, Judge Perkins; Third Dist P. B. Plumb, H. P. Walcott, W. Thompson. FJlsewhere are given the proceedings of the temperance meeting that nomi nated a city ticket Wednesday night. The proceedings of the mass conven tion called for last night we are unable to give, as the paper was put to press before the time of meeting. The result of the meeting Wednesday night was different from that claimed and ex pected, and if last ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 April 1880

V ,t' ,-"" V 1 ''T "" wtese-tawMw ,--. , -j x jest."?sr. .- - "- " . -Bs-r. ru&:ssa3? MEW GOODS IOLA REGISTER. MMMMBMMWMBBBBMBMBBMIiMBBMWBMMBMIBWMMBWMMMBWBMMWWWBMi -r ) -AT- IMC o;OXjXTLSS'S 'WE ARE JUST RECEIVING OUR SPRING STOCK -OF- Staple and Faiipy y GOODS TFe are willing to stake tour revutatioiv that it is the most complete and and best selected stocks ever brought to this mar het, and as for prices we -are able to discount any- tiling we see in print. We are also receiving a large stock of CLOTHING Consisting of Mens9 and Boys3 suits of all grades and styles with prices to .suit. Owing to the over crowding of our room these goods must sell. OUR STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Are equal to any line in Southern Kansas for quality, style and quan tity. Gents if you want a No. 1 Calf Boot or Button Shoe, give me a uiall before purchasing and will guarantee sat isfaction. WE HATE A FULL LINE Hats and Caps xBothfor Men and Boys, of the most approved styles. ' Wehave a few pieces of ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 April 1880

THE IOLA EEGISTEB, Pablbdted Every Friday. . - - - KANSAS. IOLA, CURRENT TOPICS. what zi eonre o nr tek woiid. Thb Duchess of Marlborough has written a letter to the Lord Major of London, stating there is mow ho fear of famine in Ireland, but that there is dire destitution in mountainoas parte and on the seacoast. There is great need f ' clothing and seed. The United States Circuit Court few pronounced unconstitutional the law recently passed by the California Leg islature forbidding the employment of Chinese by corporations chartered by! the State. m Gen. Grant and party armed at Galveston, on the 23d, on the steamer City of Mexico. The General and his party were met -at the pier by the Mayor and all the prominent offioers of the, city, and by Gen. Ord. A procession, escorted him to his hotel, where in the evening a grand reception was held. A recent dispatch from St. Peters-1 burg says arrests continue to be made. Among those recently taken into custo dy are a number of employees ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 April 1880

mimmmmgmMmmm till A1 'tf 5$3flr T 7 jfv .? -' S? 5 .VV- 3-i vs? "3. T5 t .'",T u " V m. l - t-JJoftr, J" --4S . i - : . i !: r . - ?- . TIE IM.A BEGISTER. ,'mi, ' Publisked Every Friday. 'IOLAi, - - - . KANSAS. PROMISE AND FULFILLMENT. r . J. ' Si?11 the February sun , Shines in 100? slant rays, and the dun Gray skies turn red and g-old. -And Mie winter's cold Js touched here and there 'With the subtle air That seems to come Prom the I or-orT home Or the orange and palm. With their breath of balm, -And the blue-bird's throat Swells with n note Of rejoicing' gay. Then we turn and say, " Why, spring is near! When the first fine grass comes up , Jn pale green blades, and the cup Of the crocus pushes its head Out of its chilly bed, ' And purple and gold Begins to unfold In the morning sun, While rivulets run Where the frost had set Its icy seal, and the sills are we With the drip, drip, drip, From the wooden lip Of the burdened eaves. Where the pigeon grieves. And coos and wops, And sof...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 April 1880

vTTv.- lPf1?PffPyf ' J4-ck; rs?- 2ft?5 yf SJ.&'J,-' "V- 4 s'-. .. -.iv-v-r;';rsr-; iv1''; : k?.tt ste; ri-? '. 41 i v . r ' v:v A -2- - cfc-!; ,Ji,J,"V -? " r 'v. 5 w 'f' .i. ra3&f&l&&Si 7 t v The following named ,prte paid the, fjunooat'set opposite tbeirlauneaioii sab :acriptioB to Thk,Beoibtm for the two veeks aiding April, 1st.-1880 : . P. Hays. . tl 80 J. D. Spicer.'. fit A. C. 6. Shockey.. 1 50 E. J. Southwick... S 00 H.L. Trumbull.... 200 W. P. Mofiatt 1 00 D. B. Butcher ..$1 00 Bird-Keller 100 T.F. Hazzard... 10 T.X.JSHIatt S'OO David Worst..... 2 00 K. B. Jordan.... 25 -JaaNeely .'... 1 00 1 B. E. Bray 8 60 xi. a. uivier i w letter List. . List of letters remaining in the postof fice at Tola, Kansas, March 27, 1880 : -Batier, Nancy A ' Lane, Ruphus Beyer, D W Votaw, Mrs Clara 'Gregg, Thomas "JonevLB Kennedy, VVm Kitchen, Theo W Ybtaw; Adelia Willmore, RevCC Yager, C C Persons calling for these letters please ,ty "advertised." C. M. Simpson, Postmaster. L...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 April 1880

JJLaAJs ssJqJL&i&sJC 6' o. eJLA " ;t H'ii f mm vot.xiy. IOLA, JlLLM COtJNTY, KMSAS, APRIL 9, 18S0. NO. 16 TOLA REGISTER OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. ? OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALLE5 COUSTY.-CLt GFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF IOLA. ' Advortlsine Rates. Subscription Itntos. One copy one 3 c3r. T .52.00 One'copr six months 1 00 Three months, 60 cento. Six weeks, -25 cents. Single copy, 5 cents. H. A. PEmnxs.Yrop. . CHUKCK CIRECTGRY. PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison Avenue and Western Street. Preaching nt Jl a. m. tend 7 p m. eveiy Sabbath. Utablmtn ixJiool at Si:4Sa m. Prayer mcetingev vry Wednesday evening. If yon haven't a list ol the prav er meeting toincs, hk the leader lor one. Strangers are welcome to all these serviced. K. S. Milieu,-Pastor. BAPTIST. On-Srcjunore Street. Services on first and 1 third Sabbath of each month. Sahnath School wery Sunday afternoon at J p. m. .irraver bki- uig Thursday evenings. I. X. Wikan, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of .lefferson Avenne and Broadway St. S...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 April 1880

THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Erery Friday. IOLA, - KANSAS. NEWS TN BRIEF. COMPILED FXOX TAXIOUI lOUXCZf. ' PERSONAL AND POLITICAIi. The House Committee on Ways and Means, on the 30th, took up the Tariff ques tion and voted, eight to three, to place paper and paper-making materials upon the free list. They did not stop here, however, but added a large list of other articles, with the purpose, as claimed, of concentrating the friends of all protected articles against the bill and thus insure its defeat. The John Kelly Democrats of New York have called an opposition State Con vention, to be held at the same time as the regular Convention and also at Syracuse. President Hates and family visited New York City on the 30th. The House Indian v Committee have voted against adopting the principal pro visions of the Ute Agreement bill, and it is predicted that the treaty will not be con firmed. Senator Thurhan had an attack of vertigo in the Senate Chamber the other day and was carried out in ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 April 1880

I ) K TO CORRESPOXDEHT8. 5S??pI11,y the name of the author, not 'SSfy forpubllcation, butas evidence of food faith on the part of the -writer. -Write only on one side of the paper. Be particularly CSF?H to Stjing names and dates, to have all letters or figures plain and distinct. A READING LESSON. ;Tht sat In a dusky corner TTurning the leaves of a book. O'er each picture fair, Or legend there. Bending with eager look. -Bhe was a modest maiden, And be was a timid youth; And jhe volume they view Together those two Is a bit of fiction, forsooth. . And there wasn't as pretty a pictura ' In all the book, I'll engage, vinuiw As the one thut leaned - By i he twilight screened well over the printed page; His tresses with hers so blending They turned to a lighter shade; - while the cheek of the youth Was in very truth 4 As red as the cneek of the maid. The shadows began to deepen, The printed pagewas a blur; et he did not close ' The book, nor propose j . A change of employment to her But a...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 April 1880

h TOLA REGISTER. TEEMS : 'Oaevear, In advance, 92 06 .Sir months, in advance, ,. 1 00 ' Three months, in advance, , 50 VSrOwreadert, in replying to advertitmentt in "Tiie Register, mU confer e fnor bg stating 4o the advert ittrt that theg the tdvertitement in - Tub Iola Register. .OFFICIAL PAPER. OF COUNTY. Jl. J.. PERKINS, : : : ' EDITOR. D. B. Anthony, of the Leavenworth 'Times, has entered the lecture field. The Fitz John Porter case has been 3ald aside till after the election. During the month of March tke re duction of the public debt was over .$8,000,000. "The delegates from Kansas to Chi go are all Blaine men, but they go nninstructed. Several little cyclones wef e distrib uted around over the State last Friday and Saturday. April 28th will be the 61st anniver sary of the institution of Odd Fellow ship in America. The Blaine men had a majority in the late State convention of from sev- jcuty-iive to eighty. 'The temperance people at Garnett, Ottawa, Lawrence and Olathe elected...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 April 1880

-fiiw.fiwtm wKsemiMW Iola Register. SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY APRIL 9, 1880. Sentence of Jcnaiiugs. The following is the sentence pro nounced upon Jennings, by Judge Tal oott, for the murder of McLaughlin: Mr. Jexsixgs: it hah been charged against you, that on or about the luih day of December .last, you wiltully, de liberately aud premeditutedly, killed one Herschel McLaughlin, constituting the crime of murdti in the first degree. You have been tried for this otleuse, aud the jury impaneled lor the purpose of determining the grave question of your guilt or innocence, have decided that you are guilty in tne manner ana iorm as charged in the information, and have so declared by their verdict. And now 1 ask of you this question, have you any legal cause to show why judgment shall not be pronounced againai you? You answer and suggestion, as made through your attorney has b-.-eti antici pated. I have considered the question thus anticipated, carefully and thor oughlyf but am of the opinion tha...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 April 1880

.-.. ..--.r-.-. . - OLA KEGISTER. SUPPLEMENT. - FINAL TAX NOTICE. Whereas, the following lands and town lots have been sold for taxes, to wit: On the 4th day of September, 1S77, and the following days to in clude the 6th day of September, 1877. And whereas said la-il and town lots have not been redeemed from said sale as required by law. Now therefore, Notice is hereby given thit un less said lands and town lots are redeemed on or betore the 4th day of September 1880, and the following days to include the6(bd y of Septem ber, 1830, the same will be convex eU by tax deed to the purchaser. The cost of redemption is figured to the day that deed is dne. GENEVA TOWNSHIP. -5 a 'name of o S : 3 5 " B s, ? T 3 Description . 7 : : S"- LLftGindME&TRB Co'a.nwfrq. 1 24 1 160.54 189 50 LL&Ganrt M K4IUB Co',, neq 29 23 IS 160 S L Edwards, seq of swq.. . 5 24 18 40 100 95 28 44 do off n s of sh of neq 7 24 18 do offnsofshofnwirq 7 24 IS John Weith, That part of eh of swq bounded as follows...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 April 1880

i gaEUcftptK wa k im Wttm pW GOODS 3va: o caL-TDrusrs VE are just receiving our SPRING STOCK IOLA REGIS jR.r FRIDAY, APRIL! .j Pgglgggiggig T - i $1880. K. O, . & S. R. K. TTME TAHW- GOIG XOKTK. PASSEXGEB-Daily: - ST'w" THROUGH FREIGHT Daily........ WAY FKEIGIIT.Daily except Sunday S li p.m. goiku socni. PASSENGER Pall v . . 8 ?. x. THROUGH FREIGHT Daily........ -- WAY FREIGHT, Daily except SundaylS 19 ?. Close connections made at Kansas Uty ana through tickets for sale to all eastern polnta. v s vmtq. Local Acent. -OF- Staple and Fancy SHY Q-00LS TFb are willing to stake our reputation that it is tJw'most complete and and best selected stocks ev r brought to this mar Jiet, and as for -prices we are able to discount any thing we see in print. We are also receiving a large stock of CLOTHING Consisting of Mens9 and Boys' suits of all grades and stiiles with prices to suit. Owing to tlve over crowding of our room these goods must selL OUR STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Are equal to any ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 April 1880

HOME, FARM AJiD GARDEN. One mode of protecting the trees against insects that orawl up to the b.irk, coiiaists in. fastening a rope Around the tree and nailing a strip of tin four inches wide around the rope, where they may be killed by applying kerosene. Mr. Sanborn, of New Hampshire, thinks, after careful experiment, that currying cattle prevents them from fattening. If this is so with fat cattle, what must be the effect upon cows in milk, whose bones are so much nearer the surface? The chief products of decaying veg etable matter are carbonic acid gas, carburetted hydrogen gas and sulphur etted hydrogen gas. All these are prejudicial to health; therefore be care ful to remove all decaying vegetable matter from your dwellings. Treatment for Stifle Lameness in Horses. Take one or two table spoonfuls of Taw (t. e. before it is boiled) linseed-oil and rub it over the stifle-joint thoroughly; then bathe or heat it in with a not shovel or iron; if it does not get well in three or four ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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