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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 September 1880

". xWf T3fe. f ' rac"y ciarcr -r v-t- -- I' "CW5-" Our Young Readers. MICHAEL'S MALLET.. " Long, lory? ago in the olden dayr On a slope of the Tuscan bills tbere lay A village with quarries all around And blacks of marble that piled tbe ground; And scattered Among tbem. everywhere, With wedge and hammer, rule and square, With the dust of the marble powdered white. Sat masons who chiseled from, morn to night. The earliest sound that the baby heard Was neither the whistle nor the sonar of bird, Nor bleating of lambs, nor rush of breeze Through the tops of the tall old chestnut trees, Nor tbe laughing of girls, nor the whoop and shout Of tbe school at the convent just let out, Nor tbe tinkle of water'plashing sweet From tbe dolphin's mouth. in the Tillage street. But foremost and first, that sharp and clear Arrested the little Michael's ear When be waked from sleep, was the mallet 8 knock On tbe chisel that chipped the rough-hewn block; From the dawn of tbe day till the twilight came, ...

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. — 24 September 1880

-fttA.--". i2rfXfZL.' & . - HOXE,alCM AND GARDEN. 1 armer -xpecte ,tq make money by his b"&ine3 he most' see how it is himself. To Pekl .Peaches. Dip them a minute in hot watei then m cool, and the skin peels ofF readily. Cucumbers, if" sliced into cold water, will be made crisp and brittle, even if not perfectly fresh. Good feed and good care have made all our improved breeds o domestic animals wHat they are. Proper, selec tion in breeding has no doubt laid the foundation, for all improvements, but had not this been followed up and sus tained by the best of care the breeding would have amounted to nothing. Greek Tomato Pickles. One peck of green tomatoevone cupful of -sugar, one tablespoonful of cinnamon, one of cloves, one of allspice, and one of white mustard seed, all ground. Xay the tomatoes, sliced, with a little salt between toe layers, over night; then drain off the water, cover with vinegar, add spices and sugar, and boil a few minutes, stirring to prevent burning. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 September 1880

-r-y-s "". v ' -rv 5-v.-". JTr-ft- . ' - r tTV? TVi''J .-i V . ' ---r- , . - . i. -j-wrMcS! V& fit I Owr Teacfciag Practical? j- There are two objeetsjthat hiamd pata g jmoant above all things else and should i -be constantly kept in view, especially in - ysountryjKhool teaching; first, to devel- ' op and strengthen the thinking acuities 3kfor students'; and second, to impart tuch knowledge and give such training ,-:as will be of practical utility. The rea son for the latter is obvious when we - consider thata large majority of those who constitute our country schools, there ' acquire nearly all their learning and the greater part of their culture. ' '- Country. schools may be regarded as so y v' many preparatory departments not to college ouhw toe university. 01 auuvo business life where the knowledge and training there received will be of almost constant use. Of what benefit will It be to our pupils then, if they have "gone through" Bay's arithmetic and cannot find the capacit...

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. — 1 October 1880

I! II A W Hi x V h W -fry- -JL. ffv L' A : jif . Jr Ik" H v fc fc '.;,, VOX. XIV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNT Y JLANSAS, OCTOBER 1, 1880. NO. 41 IKS f.OTOt ANNOUNCEMENT. S3- ovncuniFM or ailex couxtt.-cb JHSf - OFFICIAL PiPEKOF THE CITY OF IOLA. Amortising Rates. SI'OE. I wis 2 wkll mo. Cmo. ly. 1 ineliT. - inches $1 00 2-00 250 fcitMi $.' (i0 7. lo $7 .Hi J0.00 1.1 no $10 -2 50 300 '5 00 4 Ml 1.1 3 nidus,...) U oolumn,.i 800)10 00 20 31 S.Toi 12 00 20 00 : ?t column. 8 0ft 12 00 '2.1 0(1 '40f ' 1 column.. ..I 10 15 04 2-1 0".' 40 00 03 01 '100 Subscriptfoa. Rates One copy one yrrr; , , .....82.00 Wise copy ix months ,. ?.... 1 00 '1 hrec. luoHthm, 50 rent. Six iTeeks, 25 centsV .single copy, .icciiih. , ., , Jl. A. I'kukin, Pro CHURCH DIRECTORY. MKTHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of .Iluim son Aentie anil llrnadwuy St. eiicesveiy Aahbithat 11 a.m. and 7:.50 i: m. luis lueetniii iinnicdintelv after the ttinrnmx srvu. Sunday fchool t !)::W n. in., W. 11. Iaeuriueriiit,iulent. IVaj.er meeting eveij 'r...

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. — 1 October 1880

Hew t Qe UBei. f When to sleep, where to sleep and how to sleep are questions-concerning - which few people consider it necessary to consult anything but their own in clinations, their convenience or their necessities. The tramp, like the man in a state of nature, curls up or stretches out whenever or wherever an exposi ' tion of sleep" overtakes him, and en joys his slumbers without goin through any preliminary formalities. The gen erahtv of other people go to bed the way they have always gone, without stopping to consult' books of instruc tion, if they ever knew such books had been written, and get to sleep as quick ly as possible which on hot nights such as those we have been experi encing during the present week is not very soon. In the days gone by it was considered necessary to give some instructions con cerning the best time for slumber and the proper manner of preparing for it. Turning over a pile of ancient' volumes and tractates containing hygienic rules, we have noted som...

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. — 1 October 1880

HOME, FARM AND GARDEN. Tomato Sauce. Eight pounds to matoes.one quart vinegar, three pounds sugar, one teaspoonful cinnamon, one of cloves, one of English mustard, and one of red pepper; boil down till quite thick. One of the best remedies for sunburn, especially when there is a tendency to pulling up of the skin or blistering, is a mixture of lime-water and sweet-oil. Bathe the affected parts frequently, and the heat and soreness will soon be sub dued. That often fatal disease, chicken cholera, usually prevails during the summer. It is often caused by feeding too much whole corn when the fowls are deprived of coarse sand and gravel. Damp, musty corn, gases from manure piles, and stagnant water to drink will produce it. A noted cure for neuralgia' is hot vinegar vaporized. Heat a flat-iron sufficiently hot to vaporize the vinegar, cover this with some wooden material, which is moistened with vinegar, and the apparatus is then applied at once to the painful spot. Application may be r...

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. — 1 October 1880

IOIA REGISTER. TEBMS : Onevear, in advance, $2.00 Sir monthsfn advance, fT.. Jl 00 1 hree months, in advance,. 50 J3"0ar reader, fa replying to advertisement! in The Registcb. will conferva favor by stating to war uy tiuiiiiy tu advertisement in the advertisers that then saw tbe The Iola Register. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. JJ. A. PERKINS, EDITOR. NATIONALREPUBLICAN TICKET "For President, 1 7AS. A. GARFIELD of Ohio. For Vice-President, CHESTER A. AUTUtJU of New York. CONGRESSIONAL. Second District, DUDLEY C. HASKELL o Douglass.. SENATORIAL. Seventeenth District. E. II. FUXSTOX, .....of Allen. For Governor, A OIIX P. ST. .TOIIX, of Johnson Lieutenant-Governor. t I. TV. FINXEY, Of Wood-on.. Secretary of State, c3S. SMITH, of Marshall. ' v . Auditor of State, V. I.TJONEBUAKE of Shawnee. Treasurer, JOHN FRANCIS of Allen. ' Attorney-Gfineral, W, A. JOHNSTON of Ottawa. Superintendent Public Instruction, ' II. C. SPEEU,.. of Davis Associate-Justice I. 31. VALENTINE of, Franklin. COUNTY. For...

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. — 1 October 1880

J."W.McCLTJEE IOLA REGISTER. CALLS THE ATTENTION Of All Who Buy Staple and Fancy RY GOODS We are willing tostalie our reputation that it is the most complete and ancV best selected stocks ever brought to this mar ket, and as for prices ive are able to discount any, thing we see in print. FEIDAY, OCTOBERS, 1880. X. C., L. & S. R..R. TIME TABLE. ,. . ooixo, Moitruw P ASSEXGER-Daily 1 12 10 p. m. THROUGH FKEIGUT-Daily 3 35 a.m. V AT FREIGHT, Daily except Sunday 3 17 p.m. . goivb socni. PASSENGER Dailv 3 17p.s. THROUGH FKEIGHT Daily. 5X5 a.m. w AT FRElUHT.Daily except Sunday 12 19 p. m. Close connections made at Kansas City and througlbticketa-for sale to all eastern points. It. S. Aykus, Local Agent. LOCAL MATTERS. I Business Local under this heading among editorial 11 t-imiytit jrijicKii ituis ycr line eaca publication. i"o deviation from this 1 ate to awone. We are also receiving a laige stock of CLOTHING Consisting of Mens7 and Boys' suits of all grades and styles with prices to...

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. — 1 October 1880

. "was a THE ' Ml . EEGISTER. 5 Published Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAY. News from everywhere. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. - The Maine Greenback Convention, to nominate a ticket of Presidential Electors, met at Portland on the 21st, 465 delegates being present. A resolution was presented, indorsing the action of the State Committee recommending a fusion with the Democrats and the nomination of a Joint Electoral tick et, to be composed of four Weaver and three Hancock Electors. Considerable opposition was developed, but the resolution was finally adopted. F. M. Plaisted and Con gressman Murch were the strongest ad vocates for fusion. After the adjournment of the Convention a number of anti-fusion-ists, headed bv Solon Chase, met and organ ized, and nominated a full Greenback Elec toral ticket. The New Hampshire Prohibitionists have nominated an Electoral ticket, besides Congressmen and a full State ticket, and will make an active canvass of the State. Mb. Meyer A. Rosenbl...

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. — 1 October 1880

-K-'WIt-j -H.ivA3W . ?c zz wjerrar. "g s- -." s.. Ji.'. A THE IOLA EEGISTER. irabllshed Every Friday. Tr - - - KANSAS. IOLA. A MAIDEN'S MESSAGE. O "wind, that waaderest o'er hill, and dale, and sea, - Blow round the home where he sleeps peace fully, . . And breathe upon his brow a loving kiss from ;me., O jrolden " maiden moon," so calm, and pure, and bright. Shed round and o'er him thy soft, tender streams of light ; Tell him how well I lovo him tell him so to night. O stars, all silvery bright, set on that deep, still blue. Stars that are watching o'er us both the long night through. Tell him my love for him is pure like you and true. O' great, grand, snow-white clouds, slow-drifting o'er .the sky,' Bear to his heart a message as ye pass him by. Tell him my love would teach him how to do or die. O great, wide sea, on which the night-winds blow, , Sing in his ears thy music calm and slow. Sing to his heart I love him, sing it soft and low. O tiny, laughing ripples, dancing on the s...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 1 October 1880

'-&' V f - FIVE CENTS PER U-KE. Advcrtisementi not exceeding Ten Line can be in serted under thit heading for Five centtver line for veJk publication. "Lott," "Found," ''Wanted," ""To Rent," Etc., will be found here. EJ-Xew goods at the Peoples' Store. EJ-Go to the Peoples' Store for yow: defgeods. Jrj-The Peoples' Store is l he, place to buy your "3)ry Goods. Shiloh's Oatajiuh ltxtaDV. A marvellous -carc for Catarrh, Dipthcria, Canker Mouth and ..Head Ache. Witb-cach -bottle there is an ingen ious nasal injector for the more successful treat i jnent of the complaint, without extra -charge, c Price 50 cts. Sold by It. B. Steyenson, Jola. Stop That Cougk By going to the reliable and well knotrn drug Mstand of J. W. Scott and buying a 31.00 bottle' of uSreen Mountain Cough Balsam. Jf, alter using .two-thirds, you get no relief, return the balance i and get your money back. t See advertisement in '.this paper. Answer this Question. . Why do so many people we--sce.itround aw, -seeih...

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. — 8 October 1880

L. IOLA REGISTER. as V, VOL.XEVy. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 8, 1880. Nrf.42 & H m W OTTR ANNOUNCEMENT. 23" OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALLES COUKTY.5 Of FICI al'papeb OF THE CITY OF IOLA. Advertising Rates. ly. $10 35 420 33 5 100 Smlwcription Rates. One copy one j ear .$2.00 One copy aixmonths .. l 00 'Three months, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cents. Single copy, 5 cents. H. A. Pekktn-s, Prop. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, ' Corner of Jeuerbon Avenue and Broadway St. Services eiery babbath at 11 a.m. and T:iU p. m. Class meeting inmieduitelv after the morning service. Sunday fcchool tt 0:30 a. m., W. 11. ftlaveiis Superintendent. 1'rayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7--S0 p. m. Strangers and vibitors m the city ami all others cordially invit vd to all these oerv-ioes. D. T. SujurEnviLLE, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. Comer Madison Avenue and Western Street. "Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. every Sabbath, ft.ililmth bchool at 9:45a m. Prayer meeting ev ery Wednesday evening....

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. — 8 October 1880

2? DiIdgM. Histobt tells us two things in par ticular of Dulcigao. At the .beginning of the sixteenth century and for more than a century afterwards it was the most famous den of pirates in the Adriatic; and later on when Charles IL was King of England the place har bored a man on whom the eyes of all the Jewish and a great part of the Mo- nammeaan worm naa once oeen curneu. This was Sabbatai Zewi, a Smyrnese Jew, who gave himself out for the Mes siah. In what proportions Sabbatai was an enthusiast, and in what an im postor, it would be hard to say.- He was deeply read in Talmndio literature, and appeared to believe in his mission. At the same time he used the wealth which his father had left him to excel lent purpose in securing adherents; and the care he took of such details as his dress, always .austere but always be coming, and his beautiful face and beard, have a suspicious air. His name spread all over the world, and in Germany in particular his adherents were counted by thous...

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. — 8 October 1880

IIOHE, FARM AND GARDEN. Oxe of the beat things in the world to give a horse, after he has been driv en, is a quart of oatmeal Btirred into a pail of water. It refreshes and strenth ens him, relieves his immediate thirst and prepares his stomach for more solid food. Warmed over "Biscuits. Stale cream biscuits can be so nicely warmed over that none 'can object to eating them. They may be broken apart, ana a quarter of an hour before tea, should be dipped separately into a bowl of clear water, and replaced in the baking tin in the oven. Thev should simply be heated through, but not brown or crisp. . As a remedy for grub-worms, a corre spondent of the JSvening Post recom mends the use of coarse salt. He says: "Last autumn I sprinkled over my lawn, which was troubled with the white grub (that of the June bug), about a bushel of salt over about every hundred feet square, and as much more this spring before or during a heavy rain and notwithstanding "this sum mer's long drought my lawn is ...

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. — 8 October 1880

s5F,3f?sW rj4wmmmmrtimhl . b-- -.Sri .ras&s; "&;?,,! - -e-p "! ,ijA -j; -r . n . '- k --ib. , "T . J"T B " mbl 1i "sJfff. J IOLA REGISTER. TEEMS: One year in advance; $2 00 iv months, in advance, 1 00 fhree months, in advance, 50 Our readers, in replying to advertisements in The Rxgistcb, trill confer a favor by stating to the advertisers that they taw the advertisement in TflE lOLA RKGISTEU. OFFICIAL. PAPER OF COUNTY. H. A. PERKINS, EDITOR. NATIONALREPUBLICAN TICKET For President, JAS. A. GARFIELD of Ohio For Vice-President.' CHESTER A. ARTHUR, ofJSfewYork. CONGRESSIONAL. Second District, DUDLEY C. HASKELL, of Douglass. SENATORIAL. Seventeenth District. E, n. FUNSTON ofAllen. STATE. For Governor, JOHN P. ST. JOHN of Johnson . Lieutenant-Governor, I. VT. FINNEY, of Woodson. Secretary of State, J AS. SMITH, of Marshall. Auditor of State, I. I.BONEBRAKE, of Shawnee. Treasurer, JOHN FRANCIS of Allen. Attorney-General, W. A. JOHNSTON of Ottawa. Superintendent Public Imstructian ...

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. — 8 October 1880

F'! C"?? Ku- tatiellOLA REGISTER, AT MILLERS sy3i V.S5r -"si sV SSBSMSi " -v" "Hi ft. T ma f v c . ,'" 33 js?-- ft' " ' r 3?. v. waaaai " ''BBBBIBBBbT sBBBb Reapers Ml bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbiiSF Farmers will save money by bringing their Sale Bills and Posters to this office to be printed. leaned August 1st r .Directory, Xdr 1880. . Twelfth Annual Volume. -ONE THOUSAND AND FIFTY PAGES. j Price Five Dollars. "This work ia-the recognized source of informa tion on the Statistics of American Newspapers. , Advertisers-. Advertising Agents. Editors. Politicians and the Departments of the Govern ment rely upon its statements as the only recog nized authority. "a It gives the name of all newspapers and other periodicals: It gives the Politics Beligions, Class or Char acteristics; It gives the Days of Issue; It gives the Editor's name; It gives the Publisher's name; Itgives the size of the paper; . It gioes the Subscription Price; It gives the Date or Establishment, and best obtainable informati...

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. — 8 October 1880

n V, J.'W.McCLTOE CALLS THE ATTENTION Of All Who Buy Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS We are willing to stake our reputation that it is the most domplete and and best selected stocks ever brought to this mar ket, and as for prices we are able to discount any thing we see in print. 4 We are also receiving a large stock of CLOTHING Consisting of Mens' and Boys' suits of all gr'ades 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 call before purchasing and will guarantee, sat isfaction. WE HAVE A FULL LIKE 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 remavli able low figures. OUR-STOCK OF-' CASSIMEBES, JEANS, and' SATINJVETTS, are just what is wanted for Spring and Summer wear. If you wish a Trunk, Y...

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. — 8 October 1880

l?kf& '"?- ' A vU- -J?i , v " '-' JJ? t at q&&tzr 33Sffi.f::';3y' $ i .- - i.f. -Hi! '3i ,-. T - m THE IOA.:RE&ISTEE. Pa&lklMdXTerjrX'rldsy. IOLA. - - - v - KANSAS. TOPICS Of THEML Sews from Everywhere. PERSONAL? AND POMTICAIi, The Greenbackers of the Second Illinois District (Chicago) hare nominated Charles 9. Dixon for Congress. Gen. Grant, Gen. Logan, Senator Conkling and ex-Senator Simon Cameron attended the great. Republican demonstra tion at Warren, O., on the 28th. Gen. Grant presided at the main meeting and "read an address equal in length to about one-half column of small newspaper type. Address es were also made by Senators Conkling and Logan, after which all of these gentlemen and some others proceeded by special train to Mentor to call upon Gen. Garfield, where they spent about half an hour. The New York Democratic State Con vention was held at Saratoga on the 28th, the two factions harmonizing throughout in all the proceedings. The only candidate to ...

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. — 8 October 1880

I THB. IQI3U BEGISTER. - -i i i-jii . Fnbltehed Kvery Friday. I0LA. KANSAS. MT 2BB FB OF 2H WEDDING. Oixtvb, before we part to-night. Before the last M I will" is spoken Before the rlair has- touched my hand, Of pore, true, endless love the token Before the Church, with holy rite. Her blessing' on our love has Riven, Look straight Into my eyes with yours. And answer me In sight of Heaven. Is there within your heart of hearts One lingering shadow of regret One thought that you have chosen ill? Oh I speak 'tis not too late even yeL Is there in all ths world of ours. One you have ever known or Seen; Whom, If you had earlier seen or known, -You would have crowned your chosen queen? Is there? I pray you, tell me now, And I will hold you bound no more. I will not flinch to bear the truth. It could not be so sad, so sore. To know it now. as it would be If by and by a shadow fell Upon the sunshine of our home; 80, if you ever loved metelL rd hold you pure from blame, dear love; And I would ...

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

o ?jr 1 - 2p,ys--qa5 .' jb.l . ;- jrrey --r r-s. wLumwuisrcvn r:ramm -& sJ- -.--LSy- IIVZ CEHTS PER UNZ. 'Advertisement not emcetHnm TenJLine emu be in- eertei wider thUhesddng for The cent per tine for .t.U.tlm lrW MltaMil rt'( JtfiA s To Jkf," JBfc, will ". ttNew goods at the Peoples' Stote. J3-Go to thePeoples' Store tot your dry goods. 93rhe Peoples', Store Is the place tdfcey your, '-iryooafl. jWe hare a speedy aDdpoftUlveeareafrOalsrrh, Diptheria, Canker ;Hoatk, and 'Head -Acbe, 1b cSkiloh's' Catarrh Remedy. A'Basal Elector free v with eacn bottle. Use it IP you deslse health and 4 eetsw breath. Price 80 xsents. 8oW byiR. B. ' Stevenson, Iolaf Kara. : Stem That Gnuk By going to the-reliable and well-known drug k stand of J. W. Scott and baying a $1.00 bottle of reen Mountain Cough Balsam. If, after using 1 two-thirds; you get ao relief, return the balance ' and set your moaeyback. See advertisement in "this paper. "-Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Is it not worth the small ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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