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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 12 November 1880

THE IOLA KEGISTER. Published Every Friday. - - - - KANSAS. IOLA. POLLY ANGELINE. Twas on a winter evenin' The clock had Just struck nine I sot inside the farm-house, With Polly Angeline. The folks was all a-sleepin' I heard hersnorin' sire "While she and I was keepin' Awake around the fire Awake around the fire. "While up the chimbley leapin' The sparks flew higher an" higher. Now she was just the sweetest O' all the pral3 1 knew; And, while I sot aside her. The minutes more 'n llew. At.last tu mo sez Tollv, 'Ef we stay here till morn 'Twill make the night more jolly To pop a leetlo corn To pop a leetie corn." Sez I, " You're rights I golly, Ez sure ez you were bornl" I knew that she was witlin': I thought I jest would melt; I'd gin a bran new shillin' Tu told her how I felt. The corn was soon a-poppin. An' she was talkin' gay; My heart it kep a-hoppin'. But nothin' could I say But nothin' could I say; The corn it kep a-droppin I wished I was away. At last she took the popper An' la...

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. — 12 November 1880

ZZS5tpzW j3?S J IOLA REGISTER. teems: OU UUIUUWI wf Three months, in advance w 3r Our readers, in replying to advertuements.t.n taK Rkgistbk, will confer a favor by slating to h.A,rtirrx that then taw the advertisemfnt iu TlIK the advertisers that they saw I'lIK IOLA KEGISTEU. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. H. A. PERKINS, EDITOR. Biddle, of Linn, has laid himself on the shelf, it is to be hoped forever. The worst disgruntled man in this State is E. G. Ross ; the Republican party has left him again.. Wheat is king the value of the cot Son crop is 270,000,000, and of the wheat crop 5410,000,000. The Republicans acted the pork in Kansas -this year but the fusionists did get a Hogg on the Senate. Sol Miller, of the Troy Chief, keeps up that interesting lot of patriots who have joined the Hancock boom. Kansas reached after the belt Iowa holds but could "not quite make it. Iowa gave Garfield 73,000 majority. The defeat.otthe Republican 'candi date for commissioner in the 3d Dis trict can b;e a...

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. — 12 November 1880

i .nj 4 CB3AP, CASH, Irogesw storE Iola, Kansas, P. HUTCHINSON, Proprietor: A full like of first-das& Groceries , Queensware, and Stoneware,, which I will sell at prices that Defy Competition. My object is to do a rous ing business, and, I have made every preparation to prevent being disap pointed. If Good! Goods,. Lovy Prides AND 7 Square Dealing are any object to you, call and satify yourself that I Me vlu Business, We aim to carry a first class assortment of goods and hope by honest deal ing to sell goods in pro portion to our merits. We will not allow any one to undersell us so long as our wealth holds out. Thanking our ma ny fj'iends for past fav ors and soliciting' a con tinuance of their valued patronage, I am truly Yours, F. Hutchinson.. AT MILLER'S In addition to a complete stock of FUMTSIBB YOU WILL FIXD Mirrors Brackets, Cferemas, Frames, Cartaitas, Picture &!$ agttCerS Engt MsMb9 Table 011 CIotk&Tfrys. UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT WILL BE FOUND Gaskets, Cases, ami ...

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. — 12 November 1880

The English Gamekeeper. The tall and stout yet slightly stoop ing form; the velveteen coat, glazed at the shoulder and sleeve where the gun rubs; the dog-whistle- at his button hole; his pocket knife, which is a basket of tools in itself; his gun, which he loves as an old companion, and the balance and "hang" of which he is so accustomed to that he never thinks of aiming "he simply looks at the ob ject, still or moving, throws the gun up from the hollow of his arm, and instant ly puns tne trigger, staying not a second to glance along the barrel' He is per fectly civil to every one; and with a willing manner toward his master and his master's guests, he yet has a won derful knack of getting his own way. Great on dogs, his opinion is listened to and taken by everybody, and by this knowledge many "tips" are gained. At the farmhouse he is invited to sit down and take a srlass. for his 0-ossin is welcome, and his favor is always worth cultivating. He is proud of his occupa tion, and deli...

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. — 12 November 1880

A Saceeesral Wesuui Farmer. - Mess Ltbbie Schoonmaker, whose career as a farmer, stock-raiser and school teacher has made her notorious in this part of the State, is a woman about thirty-eight years of age, and affords a striking example of what a woman with a will of her own can do toward getting along in the world. Fourteen years ago, at the death of her father, Johannes Schoonmaker, she in herited a large estate, consisting prin cipally of farming property, heavily en cumbered with debt. It was the old homestead, and Miss Schoonmaker could not Dear the idea of seeing it pass into the hands of strangers, and was deter mined that it should not. Although then only twenty-four yean old, and with no more practical knowledge of life than an ordinary country lass, she assumed sole charge of the estate, de termined to clear it of debt. Having an old mother sixty-two years of age, a half sister, also helpless from old age. the two orphan children of a deceased brother, and a brother in th...

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. — 12 November 1880

surwy" " y-gwwy - - v "rvpi FIVE CENTS PER LINE. Advertisements not exceeding Ten Unet can be in- -i serted under this heading for Five etuis per line for -'ewch publication. "Lost;" "FounH," V Wanted," " ,7To Rent," Etc., will be found hen. Shiloh's Cataiuui Remedy. A a marvellous v-'oure for Catarrh, Diptheria,-Canker .Mouth and Head Ache. With each bottle there is an ingen-j-lous nasal injector for the more sucecssful treat- ment of the complaint, without extra, charge. "- Price 50 eta. Sold by It. B. Stevenson,. Iola. Stay Tkat Coask 1 By going to the .reliable and well known drug stand of J. W. ScoU and -buying a $1.00 bottle of CJreen Mountain Cotsgh Balsam. If, after using two-thirds, you get no relief, return the balance .-.and get your money back. See advertisement in V thU paper. " ' - Answer this Question. Why do so many eople we see around us,' fleem to prefer to sutler and be made miserable by indigestion, constipation, dizziness, loss or - appetite, coming up of the fo...

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. — 19 November 1880

u i ggyggTBBnn -'chsg iT m. m-i-.. a. im ,.. n at h; a m f t YOL. XIV. IOLA, ALLEN C0I3OTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 19,'I880. SO. 48 lLiV JVILVJIO 1 ILIY. OUR. ANNOUNCEMENT. ?-OFFICIAL rAPEtt y ALIEN' C0U5TY.-2 OFFICIAL PAPSROFTHECITY OF IOLA.' Advertising Rates. 1 v SI J5J 2! 37 3 100 SunscriptionRafteB. ' )ncviy or.e jt-r.r , : 82.0t' sne copy'iix month ... 1 U" "Three months, 50 u-uts. Six'Veeks, 25" ccuts. Singlacopy, 5 cents. II. A. Fruittxs, Prop n1 nun CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Conterof Jei""cr.-m Avenuu and Broadway Si i Service eery S.i!ifc.ith al llu.ru. aiid-7:jil i. in I'las-i -meeting iiuirediulel after tlie-iiioiiuii;, tervts. atmduy -eliool u :U:3u a. m, W. II Haven Supertni:ist;nt. IVaj er meeting ever '1 luireday evening at 7:10 P- m. Strangers an initois in tin; city aul all otuera cordially im ii tnl to al! these, aervicen. 1). T. StPtMBKVILLE, P.lator. 1'RJESBl'TEUi.AS. Corner M.idtou Amu: and Western Street Preaching aril :. m. :ind?..ni. every Sabbath Sab...

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. — 19 November 1880

- -m ;?eS',' f 57 ?trifi-z M wr-f9Ar i s.tw -t jn !-iWj -rf - vsw'w Trspr THE IOLA B&ISTEB. TOLA. A? Published EveryIHday.' i-r ri, . "- - ItANSAS. TOPICS OF THE" MY. Notts from Everywhere. REVISED ELECTION RETURNS. Alabama The official Yote of the State, with four counties to hear froin,,is: Han cock, 88,309; Garfield, 55,794; "Weaver, 4,551. The counties to hear from will add about, 2,000 to Hancock's majority. California The Hancock Electors will hare a plurality of between 200 and 300, with the exception of one Elector, who was scratched from a number of tickets and is probably defeated. The Democrats gain one Congressman, Gen. Eosecrans, in the First District. The Legislature is Republican. Illinois The Chicago Tribune has com plete official returns from all the counties in the State, which show' a total vote on Presi dent of 622,230, of which Garfield has 318, 205; Hancock, 277,454; Weaver, 25,821; Dow. and Phelps, 750. Garfield's plurality, "40, 751; majority, 19,180. Cul...

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. — 19 November 1880

S'x f" fc E'i. rv THE ffifVpFTOTPTTt iTBMUfced Erery Friday. IOLA. -; iHAS- LIGHT OUT OF DARKNESS. How sweet it was at dawn to float A down the wlver rivulet: v " ", Xike Eden -ower above my boat j. .. .. j That wild red roses clustering met. Prom tender dawn to fervent noon Soft iris colors paled and glowed On rock, and tree, and Hower festoon, Through which the widening river flowed. rmm noon to eve hostile storms. With shock and strife of heat and cold; Cloud chariots driven by spectral forms Across tho hissing waters rolled. .And now. at last, the air is free; The ej eless depths of heaen are dark, On eve! y side a shoreless sea Is stretched around my shattered bark. K help have I from star or chart, From beacon fire or Signal bell. And cold and bitter o'er my heart Ihe deadly waters rise and swell. But lo! a light on ocean's verge Shines tremulous through rosy mist. And necks with red the throbbing surgej And warms the clouds to amethyst. ' Alas ! so t empest-tossed was I, 1 Ko...

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. — 19 November 1880

iewi-ms- toasssiras-.,sKi2K' jp&sb&ss&vssztssx&izsl. 'j ' "233. rcjs3ffisc: SOLA REGISTER. TERMS : t Jae vear, in advance, .Mx. months, in advance Three months, in advance,.. .$2 00 .100 . SO 33-0ur,aier, in replying to. advertUementtin fiuc Register, will confer a favor by ttatmg to Hut adoertttv.rt that they taie the advertisement in i'UB lOLA Rk'GISTXB. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. II. .1. PERKINS, EDITOR. Special Ofler,-. Desiring to increase tire circulation of Tras ICkgistkb in Albro county, we make the follow ing offer,, and trust our subscribers will show the paper to their neighbors who are not taking it. We will, send the paperlromaateuntu Jan uary 1st. 188. to any one subscribing now. Old subscribers, who are in arrears can kave the same advantage by calling and renowing at pCe. mmm The contest for, the Ohio Senator ship will be between Foster and John Sherman. "At the door of J;h.e empire" is .the way would be Gov? Ross head an edi torial one day this wek. I...

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. — 19 November 1880

V in TP2XZX -P1XI - ' zzr -isaasssn SSX. J5T 3 1 V0&3S3L ZtX 5SC3KV S-KT 5K --?- -wswrsrKc: x; ssur-'vriwffiarMwcrewsSfc. H IOIsA-ftEGISTER-. FRIDAY, NGifEMBER ID, 1880. X. C, . Jb Sj.R. R. TIME TABLE. OOINU MOUTH. PASSENGER Daily... 12 19p.m. THROUGH FREIGHT Daily 3 33 jr. m. M'AYFKErGIMVDaily except Sunday 8 17 f.h. ooixa soctu. PASSKXGER-4ai.y 3 17r.r. THROUGH FREIGHT Dally 5 35 a. x WATBElUllT,Dally except SundaylS 10 p. x'. CJoso-connecOonB made at Kansas Citv zmd ttirottguttcke&for sale to all eastern points. 11. S. Ayeks, Local Agent. LOCAL MfcATTERS. JUsintt'fcaii under tltf heading among editorial uicw vnilbe charged 7f teen centt per line each jiubltcaUmti No deviation, from ihi rate to anyone. Skates nt Henderson's. ChiHrens' flirs at-Northwp's. Don't forget the literary- to-night. New stock of Waterproofs at North rup'a. Here is your winter ! Are you ready foMt?- See those new' Dolmans at North rup's. Judge Talcott is in- Neosho covltity tins week. No sleighs rea...

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. — 19 November 1880

r v&f- flew IF SHmleaeat Kafare'g Heat I BSSa.CE O- Few persons have any idea of the Amount of tinman hair and. other hair imported 'yearly to this country, fohe-' halt of the women aieww;naii iney were wearing in the shape of head-ear they would be almost ready to fall into hys terics. A little light on this subject may be interesting to thousands of both sexes. . False hair is not so fashionable as it used, to be a 'few years .ago, when tons were imported to this country; nevertheless, at the present time an ex tensive business is being carried on throughout the United States. In Lon don itis computed that; fully sir tons of human hair areTmbortebl every year, and that thetrade- increases annually. In order to meet the demands of this and other countries, there must be a regular harvest, which can be looked forward to at a particular season; and as there are different markets for black and greenftea) for brown or pale bran dr. so is there .a market for lisrhi hair distinct fro...

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. — 19 November 1880

M' i t? -v-MrSt.csrs-i xrz P?3xsiaavCis.-eaiSrt5- tas3S. j8W 7Msl, ,rjcci55iii'' ate j larsci-"& s? "" . Sr. "ST2j 4? lL r , fr- HOME, FlAX AUD ttisDgX. ' ' Land in grass should be, protected the first year from the-mercileasifamp-ing of stock. In wet weather the grass is much injured, both from the tramping and close grazing. JflTAFFLES--One quart of milk, three eggs, two teaspoonfuls of baking do w der, one tablespoonful each of butter and sugar, and flour enough 'to make rather a stiff batter. Bake in waffle irons. set the lamp-upon-a red table coverlkfeI,g? wP!&d,by vboltS you can not and time to make a green lamp mat. put a piece of green card board under the lamp and you will find the reflection upon your work much" more agreeable to tne eyes., than that. xrom tne red. cover. - ,-- Gold Balloons for Desert. Take one ounce of sweet almonds, blanched and pounded smooth, three tablespoon fuls peach marmalade, or any other kind of jam, two ounces of fine bread crumbs and t...

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. — 19 November 1880

& -VHJ't- " .1- ' -fi & t j 2 -e 'Uii JHHiPCA5H. Grocery storE ibZa, Kansas, 3P.- HUTCHINSON, Proprietor. aK Zzrce of first-class Groceries, Queensware, and Stoneware, which rl will sell at prwesethat Defy Competition. -My object is t&do atrous ing business,' :aiiJ3, 1 have t&m&eevefiy preparation to yrevent being disap pointed. -If Xtood Goods, Low Prices. 'xft ' AND ' : 'Square Dealing are any object toyou, call and satify yourself that We aim to carry a first t&ass assortment of goods tand hope by honest deal- -ing tO Sell OOds in prO" . . . We will not allow any A tone to undersell us so long as our wealthlholds out. Thanking ow ma ny friends for past fav 'Ors and soliciting a con tinuaiweofheir valued patronage, I am truly Yours, '4P. 'Hutchinson. AT MILLER'S In addition to a complete stock of FURNITURE YOU WILL FIND Mirrors, Brae&ets, dtromos, Wrxvics, (tarfaix&s, Shades, Picture Iails aud Cord, Bugs, Halts, 3?lle Oil CUtk & Toys i XX THE TJ...

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. — 26 November 1880

jBfitre VC&XXY. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 2f6,lS8(X NO. 49 $ ' . Brii'' OUR ANNOTTHOZMENT. .S3-QFntiLTAPEB Of ALLEX COUJTT.3 OtTICUL PAPER OF THK CITX OF IOLA. ; . .... . j Advertising Ratos.t PllACE. 1 W'Kl rk 1 mo. 3 .mo. Cmo. Ir. 1 rich ' '2 inches.. .. ' inches ... ii column . ii column 1 ulmnri... $1 00 soo: si iw 2 50; -3 00 ssoo $MI $7 50 4 CO 7 5UJ 10 CO iJ5U aso ;ooo 4ooo 0U) 8 SO, 13.00 25-03; 10 OOj l. (0 U i 20 00 -5 00 8 00 13 OJ 25 00 40 0ft 49 00 (WOO Subscription. Rates One copy one eaT . " One cijiiv si nwnKwj ...... '. ... .$2.00 "1 hrre months, 30 cents. Six -necks, :5'-cerits.J s. w .ilngieTop. , .1 ceurs. II A. Frm-j-prop. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL Corner ol JelTecoon Avenue and BroaiHvay St. StrMuii'erv Mbb-itn .it IT a.m. and .-J0 i,m 1 i-tsHiei'Mue iinniediiiltH after the -morning; hukc. buwhiy fchool itt M..I0 a. m., W. II Ma, eni Su'ienuu'ntleitfv lra fcr-nieetmg ever 'ilmis'l i ceiling .at "0 pm. &ti angers ami Msitdii in tin...

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. — 26 November 1880

Taki Care f Freak .Meat The time for slaughtering beef and Eork for home consumption is close at and, and it is a busy time ior. louse keepers; and if the truth is told, it is not a very pleasant task to contem plate; but as the comfort andhappiness of a family depends very much on the manner .In which meats are prepared, it is an essential item m everyfarmhocse that it should be done in a judicious and proper manner. It is to be hoped that the good man of the family is both competent and will ing to cut up the!meatwhen cool, with out the assistance of his wife, and also to pack and salt the pork in the barrels in the cellar. If he does not know how, it would be highly advisable for him to take a few lessons of an experi enced teacher, for it is a job that no woman ever ought to attempt. She of course, would see .that the pork barrel was perfectly sweet and clean before it was used. The brine, if kept nicely, will answer to use year after year, by scalding and skimming and letting s...

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. — 26 November 1880

u : - . CMkiar a Tmrkey. Tubs maybe some housekeepers who would like to profit by an did aobae. ' wife's experience laooolrfi turkeys. A Bice stoned turkey is one of the 'most tempting dishes that can.be placed on a dinner-table. It must be .served with Tegetablesand cranberry sauce. Take a good-sized bird and wash it thorough ly, then soak for two hours in salt and water. Cut off the legs at the joint, and put the joints of the wings under the shoulder joint. Take two quarts of bread, chopped fine, a quarter of a pound of salt pork, a tea spoonful of black pepper, two table- - spoonfuls of pulverized sage, and three eggs; mix well together: -if not moist enough to knead into a hard roll, add. water; fill the turkey as full of the dress ing as it can be pressed. Take the giz zard and fasten over the dressing by taking a few stitches with a needle and twine; tie the legs firmly together; then rub the entire surface with a thin coat ing of melted butter; sprinkle flour over it and lay...

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. — 26 November 1880

1 43WSIT : ' J. 4 T'? " f i . . .' . T , " r " TLE-OIIC f 1 One year, M Waacg?. .?. .S . B. ...:... . .S3 ,1 Six months," in advance,': .V?."-. 1 , 5. n-hreejnont'us. In advance ,:.? .'......'i. E? rV. . , : j , . 1- t vu.53Ottrrcsrfm, replying loTa&verlizements in . aiea&eertism ihat they tare , the adverluementjn ' -Tins Iol-CBkgistei: . ." OFIIOIA1, PAPER QT COUNTY. IU A: PERKINS? editor Special Offer. , Desiring to increase the circulation of The ItEGiSTEii in Allen countyv we make the foljow iug offer, jindiraft our subscribers.ValL sitfiw the'paper toibeir.nuighbors w ho are not taking it. "Vc will send the paper from dateuntil Jan nary 1st, 18S2, to any one subscribing now. Old Subscribers whaJare in arrears can have the -frimo advantage by calling and renewing at Vesuvius is- belching forth torrents of lava, which arc pouring dqwn the mountain side toward Naples., ' A. meeting of the stockholderof the Missouri, Kansas ,& -Texas road - was. held at Parsons, Kansas...

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. — 26 November 1880

ij-.lt 1'aiM . lilDKItKUPsT " H ; t- r.'ytSMgihW u-.iu' - rl iLiPlk firs? y ' j. x jj. 3E .j ?fs" :-m r j,7 7 m lOntfit (tarnished free, with full instructions I tor conducting the most profitable business hat anyone can encase in. The business lis bo easy to learn, that anyone can make great profits from the very start. No one can tail who is willing to work . Women are as suc cessful as men. Boys and girls can earn large sums. Many have madeat the business over one hundred dollars in a Bingle week. Nothing like it ever knows before. All who engage aie sur prised at the ease and rapidity with which they are able to make money. You can engage in this business during your spare time at great profit. You do not have to invest capital in it. We take all the risk. Those who need ready money, should write to us ot once. All furnished free. Address Tbur & Co., Augusta, Maine. MAXTHOOD: How Lost, How Restored ! Just published, a new edition of Dr. tuuiverweii's JcJeDraieu .bssuy on me ...

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 November 1880

IOLA REGISTER. LOCJAE. MATTERS. -it -wiir-c nor, it tumrr trmueinr ri-Bt ..... iti K. C. I.. & S. R. R. TIME TABLE. lioixu oinva. PASSKNGEB-Daily 12iniM. TllltOUUII FREIGHT Dally . ..... 3 35a.m. WVYFJtElGUT, Dally except Sunday 3 1. i.a. ooraftsorai. CSKVOKU nailV .ww..w... 3 17 J.x. -yrtHcoffawr fo levkihanrfnm Hnrrwie iHfJwyrf 1 Skates at Henderson Holiday goods at Stevenson's. taasesinm and nice. ekildrens' furs at Northrup's. lirimnciT KltKiilfW Dailv ISSTialx. I W. VFIlt:iUini4aUyexcejitSunrta12 VJ i. x.. See those uew Dolmaus at iNotfn rutt's. ,. Did von eet a square meal yester . ..:. ... I.... nrl at Umticnii I ItV AtMl, it.,-..,tf. t;L.t fur ft!i' to nil eastern iMJinkn . J K.S.ATK-. Local Agent, j New gtock of Waterproofs at North- "M""""Mgg rup's. irfP.r.-indEi?SJ,2Si!iff. in Iola experienced a coal famine last hfreicr type, averaging tr tcoraano a line wh com XVppk 7V, Centstr linc-for each publication. Signature : - Our'ice men are busily engaged ihlS -T A T7"0 f ,...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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