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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 October 1880

i - 0 mm Y0L.XIV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 15, 1880. NO. 43 IOLA REGISTER. OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. 53-WFICIAL PAPEB OV ALLEN C0USTY.C2 OFFICIAL PAPEROF THE CITY fcF IOLA. Advertisimc Bates. iace. 1 wkis wkll mo. 13 iniKrGmo.ll y. 1 inch 2 incites.... .; iuaho8.... ;4 column.. ii column.. 1 txilnmn... 1 oo 2 oo 2 .TO : .vi 91. Ml 3 Ml 4 00 0 00 .VI $.) 00 97 50 10 00 15 IC 2 ro 3 no 5 00 7 50 10 00 13 00 25 Oil 'JO 00 yoo 8 011 12 OOj 40 Ul U.-.00 10 Ml 15 OUJ 25 UO 40 00 Snbvcriptioa Rates. Oik-cojiV one vrar $2.00 (iutaroirTixiiioiitlirt a -.-. 1 00 1 hive iftorfrfcn, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cents. Mulc conJ.S-5 cents. II. A. Pehkins, Prop. CHURCH DIRECTORY. .METHODIST EPISCOPAL. C-orncr nlMeuerson Avenue anil Broadway St. Si-i is e erv Salibath at 11 a.m. ami 7::fci p. m. l.is-s Meeting imnttrihitelv after the morning M.TVire. Sunilny fcnool at ::! a.m., W. 11. M.ixeiisSuncriiUijntfenr. Prujer meeting eery rimii!a evening at 7::t0 p. m. .Strangers uinl l-uui s hi the c'uy ami...

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. — 15 October 1880

Know My Hoy Bill! As the overlana ipres3 was snort ing through Alameda yesterday, on its way to New York, the engineer sudden ly whistled down brakes, the conductor frantically shouted and jerked the signal line, and with many a jar and squeak the long line of cars was brought to a stop. . The cause of this "sudden fetchup" was a fat old lady with a red face and a green parasol, who had planted her self squarely in front of the engine, and was making the most frantic signals for it to pause. . "What's the matter? Anything on the track?" sard the engineer, ex citedly. "Nothing but me," said the oldlady, stiffly. "Has there been a smash up? Is there there a drawbridge open?" "Don't poke fun at me, young man. I want to see the proprietor." "The what?" "The man who runs this thing the captain or whatever you call him." " What do you want with the con ductor?" ' None of your business. I want to see the head man the boss and to onct." "Well, ma'am," said that function ary, running up, wat...

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. — 15 October 1880

4 HOME, FABMAWD GARDEN. Well-fed animals never get lousy. Au, bulbs and plants that die down to the ground in autumn may be pro tected by covering with leaves, straw and manure, but plants that retain their - leaves in winter will not bear such pro tection. Pudding Without Eggs. Rice, large pearl sago, and tapioca are best when the pudding is made without eggs. Sprinkle a Bttle of any one of the above at the bottom of a pudding dish, add a little sugar, and fill up with" milk. Stir well before placing in the oven. To the sago add a small piece of cinnamon, broken up. The rice must bake quite four hours, the sago and tapioca about three. Skim milk will do if you cannot spare the new milk. The spread of noxious weeds is often owing to their undisturbed growth on the public highways. If there was a general law making it obligatory on farmers to suppress their growth on the public roads bounding their properties, it would no doubt be beneficial to all concerned. While some farmers vol u...

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. — 15 October 1880

IOLA REGISTER. TEEMS : One year, in advance, 82 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance, 50 "gJpOur readers, in replying to advertisements in TnE Register will confer a favor by slating to the advertises that they saw the advertisenumt in The Iola Kkgistek. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. If. A. PERICIXS, EDITOR. NATIONALREPUBLICAN TICKET Tor President, - JAS. A. GAEFIELD of Ohio. For Vice-President, CHESTER A. ARTHUR of XewYork. CONGRESSIONAL. Second Disti id, DUDLEY C. HASKELL of Douglass. SENATORIAL. Seventeenth District. V. 11. FUXSTON, of Allen. STATE. For Governor, .10HXP. ST. JOHN, of Johnson. Lieutenant-Governor, D.W.FINNEY of "Woodson. Secretary of Slate, JAS. SMITH, of Marshall. Auditor of State, V. I.BONEBRAKE of Shawnee. Treasurer, .JOHN FRANCIS of Allen. Attorney-General, , YT. A. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa. Superintendent Public Imstruction, U. C. SPEER, ofDavis. Associate-Justice l. M. VALENTINE of FmnUin. - . COUNTY. For Cleik of District Court, WM. DAVIS, of Tol...

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. — 15 October 1880

ri's-'-,S'Ks?&s sea? Jfey -7J3"J s !jf t ;v -l 3j&i a- Ass se-ru 3R i. P3L E.3fT 1285 Clr i."!riO .. H' Wi-jS "S TSt -! w r !fci-!i Wffj'j'X b)r . vsy.v, " air w:rt sstr & 3 - --' bZ, - r w "St' V AT i CgT-Waf 'a S?f?Ii:--?s'vi flffi??tSsS IK - i"y rf . . ttC" '1- -.. -, 4 ?Sba!itexJAr0. 'irn.l.A iil.G.'0j.Tmnr.l ooAri-wnrfAom'o-r.-ko 4-r. m-r.nrt.fta fefeS5 or Farmers itaout Commissions 10' per cent Per Annum. No interest ir?- frtJ2 I-" J J...' . ' V s M. rvifO IIWJIWU Vi3 UJ UUWIV h'f&sl ? ravtS 1flGy caTl ajjora zo use in znvesumenvs. lvf , Tirne,S Years. Write or call on, -' 4, -Ji-'i'. . -. -J, t r w w - - r t - . - - GEO. A. BOWLUS, yGen'l. Manager Neosho Valley Land Agency, S5J Hakdwaee, Stoves & Tinware, Farming Implements, ES' SPADES, DISTON'S SAWS, CUTLERY, WRINGERS, , PUMPS, CHAINS, BUILDERS' MATERIALS AND MECHANICS' .,' . TOOLS OF ALL KINDS. .AND EVERYTHNG IN THE GENERAL HARDWARE LINE. r$ West Side Public Squaie, , look: & -k- We have the Largest ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 October 1880

mi2mm?m)mmimmmwji ismum! - S8 L "t ,,ito3f. w ii - . jki . Cimm. t tmj-w.j' i.i v--yr- vr xwii t . si' jr " - i -i-r - f wnr" rv ,v. uv ,!r1,r; riii s s??J7' 3vi S 'SKiS! t r- er as. E& -. f?i !&Ki KD5 trv ?W-i? arSeS -C tJV L m. ml m & 1 r 49 .A ar 7? LfclS" w o-- l S&8& 3 ,C Jf f MMtnMi WWW m W HB7 Newspaper Directory, -v Tor 1880. r -, v . Twelfth .Annual Volume. OWE' THOUSAND AND FIFTY PAGES. m!? , . Price Five Dollars. 3 V - Tmit work Is the recognized sonrce of informa- kC r Advertisers. Advertising Agents. Editors. 28T ' '.Politicians and the Departments of the Govern feAr saeatrely upon Its statements as the only recog- ? S" raised antboritv. ;?C It gives the name of all -newspapers and other igjL lt gives the Politics Religions, Class or Char - acxeneues It gives the Days of Issue; It gives the Editor's same; Itgivestbe Publisher's 'name; It gives the size of toe paper;. It-giues the Subscription Price; It gives the Date of Establishment, and best - reta...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 October 1880

MMHauHiBKtaaatti e Vsfr J."W.MoOLTJBE CALI THE ATTENTION Of All Who Buy .Staple aM Fancy DBY GOODS We-are willing to stalie our reputation that it is the most complete and and best selected stocks ever brought to this mar ket, and as for prices, ive are able to discount any thing ive see in print. We are also receiving a large stock of CLOTHING Consisting of Mens' and Boys' suits of all' grades and stifles with pj'ices to suit. Owing to the over crowding of our 'room these goods must sell. OUR STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Are eaual to any line in Southern Kansas for qnalitiu style and quan tity. Gents if you want a JVb. 1 Calf Boot or Button Shoe, give me a call before purchasing and will guarantee sat isfaction. WF. HAVE A FULL LINE Hats and Caps, Both for Men and Boys, of. the most approved styles. We hav& a-few piecesof CARPET of the latest patterns and at remark able low figures. OUR STOCK OF CASSIMEBES, , JEANS, and SATINMETTS, are just what is wanted for Spring and Summer wea...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 October 1880

TlvJ?Sit??f -iw3' t ,L I- f - .JFSi . - k vv 5 jr1 i "- TEE IOLA REGISTER. PablUhed Every Friday. TOLA. '.- - - - KANSAS. TOPICS OE THEML News from Everywhere. ' . PERSONAL AND POLITICAIi. The Supreme Court of Utah has de cided that the female-suffrage law in that Territory to constitutional, and that under it women are entitled to vote at all elections. Judge Boreman dissented from this opinion. Considerable excitement has been caused in political circles by the publication of an alleged interview between Gen. Grant and the Rev. C. H. Fowler, in which Gen. Grant speaks somewhat disparagingly of Gen. Hanoock. The latter, in an interview with a newspaper correspondent, said he could not believe Gen. Grant to be guilty of the discourtesy to a brother officer attrib uted to hint in the publication referred to, but in case he should be assured that the -statements referred to were the utterances of Gen. Grant, be should not long neglect to give the public his side of the questions at is...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 October 1880

I I II , ,'!' nlMTT? THE IOLA KEGISTER. IraMUhed Etctjt Friday. IOLA. --- - KANSAS. SIQN8 OF THE TIME'S. Iir the calm blue light of a summer sea A boat went flitting by, 'And a youth and a maiden earnestly Watched its beautiful white wings tiy. They gazed as only the young can gaze, "With longing, and joy. and hope, And the white sail, luffing a little, showed The legend of "Samson's Soap." In the sweet still light, another sail Came fast and ever faster. And the motto, bright, that it bore aloft Was "Dodson's Porous Plaster." And farther off, but hurrying on (Fierce roars the surf and louder). Came a sail with the sweet suggestion to " Use Lightning Baking Powder." 44 How sweet," said the maid, "it is to sit -, At Nature's feet, and adore her, Beading and learning the virtues of The Thunder Hair Restorer.' " 44 Yes," said the youth, and he dropped a tear, ' Such joys one never forget, I love to be told, in this gracious way. Of 'Tecumseh's cigarettes.'" ScrCbnefa Bric-a-Brac ON A B...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 October 1880

-vr FIVE CENTS PER UME. Advertisement not exceeding Ten Lines can be in serted under this heading far Five cents mtrhnefor .each publication. "Lost," "Found," ''Wanted," "To Rent' Etc., will be found here. Suiloh's Catakbii Ukmkdt. a marvelous . care for Catarrh, Diptheria, Canker Mouth and , .Head Ache. Withach bottle there is an ingen rious nasal injector ifor the more successful treat ment of the complaint, -without extra charge. Prjce 50 cts. Sold by K. B. Sterenson , Ida Stop Tkat Ctatgk " By going to the reliable and well brown nlrug .V stand of J. TV. Scott and buying a $l.flOettle of -Green Mountain Cough Balsam. If, after using vtwo-thirds, you get no relief, return tbeT)alance s -.and get your money back. See advertisement in i this paper. Answer this Question. Why do bo many people we see around ns, s seem to prefer to suffer and be. made miserable Ijy indigestion, constipation, dizziness, loss of appetite, coming up of the food, yellow skin, -when for 75 cents, we will s...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 22 October 1880

IOLA REGISTER JMH - ! VOL.XIY. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 22, 1880. NO. 44 OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. 3 OFFICIAL ri PER O ALLE5 COSTI.Cl OFFICIAL PlfrEBOFWEtftXT 0F40LA. Adt-ertlsiag Rates. SPAITC. 1 wkiz wk 1 mo. IS mo. Gmo. y. 1 inch...... J -inches.-.. -: inches... AC'rolumn. "rl tolunin. J nlluinti.. $1 w SI .10 oOd 4-1 Oil $.", 1,0 97 5!i 10 CO 15 ttB 20) 40 00 MOO 2 00 4 on M 2:) 3.50 0 00 10 00 ' od io oo 12 00 8 01 15 O-l 12 00 25 00 25 00 40 00 Subscription Rates. Ont-'cnpy one year -, , $2.00 Owcopy Bis mouths. .-..-.-..... l 00 '1 hree months, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cents, single copy, fi cent. K. A. Peukin's, Prop. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jcdcrson Avenue mid Broadway St. SeWiees every Mibbath at 11 a.m. and 7: p. in. Uass meeting iiimiediatelv after the morning iWMoe. Sunday febool at !::$0 a. m., W. il. Slavens Suneriufndent. Prayer meeting every Tlroilttveuing at 7:.J0 p, in. Strangers auda visitors an the city ami alt others cormuiiy lnvir-n ...

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. — 22 October 1880

THE IOLA BECOSZE-Br f f ftabUahed EveW Friday, b I -7 f IOLA. KANSAS XQPIjGSJJLTHE DAT, i ? Jeiws from Everywhere. FEBSONAIi AND POLITIOAIi. Prof. Benjamin Pierce, mathema tician and Professor at Harvard College, is aeacL' Hon. Thomas Duval, U. S. District Judge for the'Western District of Texas, Is dead. ii J ' The Mormon, .Conference at its recent session elected, John Taylor President, to fill the vacancy caused by. the death of Brigham Young. George Q.' Cannon and Joseph P. Smith, the latter a nephew of the original Joseph Smith, were chosen First and Second Councilors respectively. The Democrats of the First Illinois District have nominated Hiram F. Cody, of Dn PagejCounty, for Congress. General Boca has been proclaimed President' of the Argentine Confederation by the National Congress. Buenos Ayres has been made the Capital. The Chairmen of both the National Committees have issued addresses on the re sult of the October elections. Mr. Jewell holds that the election of Gen. Gar...

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. — 22 October 1880

THE IOLA BEGISTER. Published Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. EIGHTEEN. Oh! grown a dim and fairy shade, Dear child, who fifteen years ago, Out of our arms escaped and fled, With swift white feet, as if afraid, To hide beneath the grass, the snow, That sonny little head. This is your birthday 1 Fair, so fairl And grown to gracious maiden-height And versed in Heavenly lore and way. White-vested as the angles are Hid very light of very light. Somehow, somewhere you keep the day. With those new friends whom "new" we call. But who are dearer now than we And better known by face and name; And so they smile and say: 'How tall The child becomes, how radiant she Who was so little when she came." Darling, we count your eighteen years Fifteen in Heaven, on earth but three And try to shape you grown and wise. But all is vain: there still appears Only the child you used to be Our baby with the violet eyes. Swan Coolidge, in N. . Independent. THE LOST DIAM03D SNDFF-BOX. The grand old Kingdom of Engla...

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. — 22 October 1880

'1 IOLA REGISTER- TERMS : tmevear, fn advance, ??J &x months, .in advance,.,. , 1 3;iiree months, in advance, , so 53-Onr reader, in replying to advertisements ti The Bkoistxr, trill confer a favor by stating to tfie advertisers that they saw the advertisement m The Iola Rkgistxk. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. U. A. PERKINS, : : : : EDITOR. NATIQNALREPUBLICAN TICKET For President, ,JA3. A. GAREIELD of Ohio. For rice-President, CHESTER A. ARTHUR of Nework. CONGRESSIONAL. Second District, DUDLEY C. HASKELL of Douglass. SENATORIAL. Seventeenth District. y.Tl. FUN3TOX,, of Allen. STATE. For. Governor, JOHN P. ST. .TOIIX, oJohnson. Lieutenant-Governor, 1. W. FINNEV of Woodson. Secretary of Stale, JAS. SMITH of- Jtorshall. Auditor of State, JM.BONEBRAKE o Shawnee. Treasurer, '.TOHN FRANCIS of Allen. Attorney-General, ' A. JOHX.YTOX .pf Otta,vj. Superintendent Public Ipislmction, ir. C. SPEER, .- , otDaus Associate-Justice. I M. VAIiENTiSB of Franklin. COUNTY. For Clerk of District Court, ...

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. — 22 October 1880

C Tj vist -. - &-2sr f i. A- i it t5 ,T y-'ff- Stt. I 4 i v !). - t r --,3"r -rv. e. - a' bii ti v 1 ?- )0 w m "Xj 2Q ?r " KjSsiTifcCTP.' a -l ii''W'ja Map'' -x . Aur .- w ! r.t :"jc 'r' ,tvi ewspaper iJireetory, "---''--Fbr 1880. Twelfth Annual Volume. 'JI'IriKr THOUSAND AND FIFTY PAGES. "C&" , Price Five.Dollars. fh a '""This work is the recognized source of informa- ' '3 tioa oa the Statistics of American Newspapers. lyiT v tAdvertisers, Advertising Agents. Editors. VS" goMHela and the .Departments of the Govern-tf-'.fj went rely upon its statements as the only recog ',' sized authority. " ' '' K It gives the name of all newspapers and other Tlt gives theTolitics Keligions, Class or Char scterktks: - It gives the Days of Issue; v It rives the Editor's name: It gives the Publisher's name; it gives the size of the paper; it giuea tne subscription race; It gives the Date of Establishment, and best obtainable information about the circulation , and jfeveru vaiuaoie amies ana ...

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. — 22 October 1880

- V-l j: 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 tlie most complete 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. We are also receiving a large stock of . CLOTHING Consisting of Mens9 and Boys9 suits of all grades and stiles with prices to suit. Owing to the over crowding of our room these doods must sell. OUR STOCK OF Boots andShoes, Are equal itoicmy line in Sowthevm Kansas for qfialvby,. style and quan tity.. Gents if you want a No. 1 Calf Boot or Button Shoe, give me a I call before purchasing ana ivito guarantee sat isfaction. WE HAVE A FULL LINE Hats and Caps, Both for Men and Boys, of the most approved styles. Wehaveafewpieees&f CARPET of the latest Ypatterns and afrreinazik able low figures. OUR STOCK OF CASSIMEHES,. JMANSand; are jusfyivhatfis- wanted for Sprlngiandi Summon wear. If y&wi wislvs a Truri...

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. — 22 October 1880

Heir Eaglisk art Americaa We FtUiwUe Dictates ef Paris. When Paris starts 'a fashion, the milliners of all civilized countries are ready to import it all over Europe and America. Bat on as English we do not think French inventions sit with' much grace. We are too different from the French to adapt with any success the style which best suits them. The En glish character and mind being, as compared with the French, simple, vague and slow; imaginative rather than fanciful; constant and stable in feeling rather than quickly sympa thetic; proud, rather vain, and, though proud, decidedly more modest and less self-confident than the Freuch, we in vent when we do exert ourselves, and push out our creative faculties on en tirely different lines, so to speak, from those on which the French invent; but too often our modesty, vagueness, sim plicity and slowness acting together, ensnare us into an undue admiration of a French quality or achievement, for the very reason that we do not possess the...

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. — 22 October 1880

n. 'yntvmcrafiwiriWi wgaejBgBaBMaawEtwrwNwwro rrirtitMpyaWitgNttaiafcaSggys "GCSOTtS t HOKE, FaBMAJTP GABDEN.' J ' No rAsxsB should be peevish to his funO, waspish to hired help, or unap proachable by his domestic miwials. Dxscabd wooden floors in tour hen houses, as they absorb and retain a great deal of moisture from the drop pings. J, !. Pickled Cabbage. Select solid heads, slice very fine, pnt in a jar; then corer -with' boiling water; when? cold' drain ff the water and season with grated horseradish, -salt, equal parts of red and black pepper.cinnamon and whole cloves. After the lamps are filled and 'the chimneys washed and put on the shelf, take pieces of -newspaper and' roll. in. the form offca chimney and slip-over chimney and lamp; it will protect frpm dust and flies, and when the lamps are lighted one will be rewarded by seeing them as clear and bright as when first put in order. s Preserved Melon. Peel the melon, and cut in- small strips; have the same weight of sugar as ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 22 October 1880

HUwV-Wr' J?t .3" 4 r ' ft Tte actios of Carter'sLIttleLiTerPillslspleaa aat, raUdaad nataral."TBey gaatly stimulate tbe Mire, tad regmlate thetoWate,' WCdo Hot purge. 1 'They.areaaretoaieaBe.iWd'byR. B. Steven iOH. " t " 9 Try Cuter'a Little NervcTPlUs Cor any cue of raerroasoeM," sleeplessness, 'weak stomach, ia- digestion, dyspepsia, &c., relief is sure. The oaly serve medfcrae for the price fa market. la Yiate at 25 eentJSold by B.B. Stevenson. 9 Belief from StekHeadacbe, Drowsiness, 3Jau 'seajDiMtB&esB.'Yainintbe Side, 4c., guaran teed to taoafHsiaf Carter's Little Liver Fills. ' These coAHetelnta are nearly always caused by f tVonMdlMr and cnnatfimtMl hnwria. RAatnre "' time pagans to their pioper functions and the ?trobMreease8.- Carter's Little Liver Pills will do thisevery time. One pill is a dose. Forty -Waavial. Prie 25 cents. Buy your Stationery? J$lank $ Memorandum books, docks, Tobacco. Cigars, Sf Confectionery, at the Post Office Jifsws JStore. Higby Co. are in...

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. — 29 October 1880

, f REGISTER. f&rn, ' r VOL. XIV. IOLA, JLLLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 29, 18S&. NO. 45 H i . M k . y m OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. E3 OFFICIAL PAPER Of AXLES COCXTY.31 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITTOF IOLA. Advertisiag Rates. It. I inch 'i! inches :; inches.... .'.f column.. sc1uirin . 1 column.. J $10 15 50 65 '100 Sa1eriptiea Rates. Oni copy one ear $2.00 .iu copy six months .t,. .. i 00 'llirt-c B'OMths, 00 cent. Six weeks, 5 cents. sinjrlfc copy, 5 cents. Hi A. PsKriixs, Prop.1 CHURCH DIRECTORY. MEl'HODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jeilersou Avenw and Broadway St. or icon every sabbath at 11 a.m. aud 7:30 p. m. 'i l.tsb ineetitix immediately after the morning M-niee. .Sumliiy school st-'.C'M) a. m., W. H. -la eus Supei inK-ndent. -Prat er meeting every Thursday evening at '7:l0 m. ni. Strangers' and isiton, in the city and all others cordially iu it-t-d to all these services. IX. T. Summebvtlijs, Fator. PRESBYTERIAN. Corner 3Iudiou Atenue and Western Street, l'leachiugat 11 a. m. and 7 p....

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