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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 31 December 1880

ri- p IOLA REGISTER. terms: Oae year, la advance, . ,32 00 Sis months, ia advaa?e,.:....,.C.':. ....-.. 1 00 Three raoaths, ia advanc?, ...''.'.' . 50 tyOar rtaitrt, im. ng&rf"? t edeettiteMUt lit Tut Kigistek. tp opiyer aiaror oy iy to The Iola. KKatsTSM. OFFICLAX PAP 9P COWHTY. There was no '.Merry Christinas" in unhappy fieland, this year. The recent storm on the Atlantic coast raged for seventy-two hours. Gov. Porter, of Indiana, is to be mar ried to Miss Stone, of New York, next Wednesday. McPherson county has shipped one" thousand car loads of wheat, of last year's crop. The number of immigrants that landed in New York during the year 1880, ia 318,037. " "Some men are born great, while others are born in Ohio," Is the way it is stated now. There were made in Kansas this year 16,905,344 pounds of butter and 703,447 pounds of cheese. The noted Uuiversalist minister, Rev. Dr. Chapin, died at tfis home in New York City last Sunday. It is all plain now. That solidary Republican...

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. — 31 December 1880

-tXjZ-Z "jgr-v- - q-T tfsv . fc. iO&AREGISTER gfilDA Y, DECEMBER 3L 188Q. , , i g. m. , time t4MPul iMIGfcT,Dyyexeept8Haday s 17 .. WABWTfDr except Sandayll Mr i nmSSfc STt"0" Kaiisns City 'aid ""I" UekeU for sale to all outers nolnta. B. 8. Anas, Local Agent. LOCAL MATTCB8, e4icic4llbe c wwwtsrrAif imtinm muna $MmrW WHWtai. JVod$j ytee cent per fine each frpmthit rate iff nygne Good bye, 1880. Borrow money of Bowl us, iNo more leap year parties. The days begin to lengthen. A "Happy .Sew Year" to all ! Some of our side walks need repair ing. The coal question is being discussed again. P.Hutchinson ie:urned home last Monday. The New Year! What will we do with it? Sheriff Sims returned home Christ mas eve. Choice toilet soaps at , Stevenson's 4xog store. Judge Bell made a trip to Lawrence jthjg week. Eggs are eggs, and they are decid Adjy scarce. Dairies and blank books for 1881, at iateyenaon's. The Pennsylvania House can get up (the boss supper. A good many apples apd potatoes f...

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. — 31 December 1880

rZiefr a-" "TPS3 ?TS fiKirWVtf- 0-W- ww8?1? ' S5J 'jm a6ea-rSa&ya j .rn im LT1L..-. AEPt J; j-" THE IOLA EEQISTER. BaMfrtiad Erery Friday. ; IOLA. KANSAS. HEWS AND NOTES. A Saauury f iMportaat Emti. The Harrison "Wire-works t St. Louis were partially destroyed by fire on the night of the 18th. Loss about $40,000; fully insured. Four, hundred employees are thrown out of work. " William G. "Bradley, Postmaster at Princpton. Caldwell County, Ky., robbed the Post-office in order, as he. now con fesses, to cover up a shortage fn his accounts of about ?2,000. A. Ross and J. MoWhinney, of Lakcport, Cal.,went out shooting jin a boat and were drowned." They had been drink ins heavily, and it is supposed became too drunk to manage the boat. Governor Neil, of Idaho, in his message to the Legislature, says polygamy is being rapidly introduced from Utah into that Territory, and that the laws are inef ficient to check its progress. The recent decline in grain has caused the suspension'of a nu...

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. — 31 December 1880

""fSjfa -.''-jafi THE IOIA REGISTER, j vJWblWd Every Friday.' IOLA. KANSAS. ' LOOKING AHEAD. JfR k8 the New Year holdforBS? tfitniiM tn nn. -. r!T-r ifrrlL 42,rttmrabroWdream ' $ To hide away with tbe vanished years? 'Zf$ New Year," the maiden stags. J&al2!n,JleF tress with thoughtful eyes, Brin me the loverl dream about?' Ana weaves her fancies of Paradise. And thinkingof him she is waiting for, ' t v ro.9es. oI sammer are blossoming out In her cheeks. Oh. the summer of life and is hers which the poets have sung about. Bring me a battle to fight and win: tame, and a place with the brave of earth!" ,Sir,?un6 man 8ay8 M he a8 and dreams, While the nre dies low on the silent hearth. ' And bring me a hears that is tender and true, To love and keep while the years go by," And the shadows ore gathering, close and deep. TVnile he dreams bis. dreams of the by and by. ' Bring us rest from the wearisome strife; ""Tired of the din In the march of men, wewould halt awhile in the tramp of l...

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. — 31 December 1880

llllp5S'K5lp 33FIM . "S-rrnci, -.-a. ? i,v$- -. i-tzyf ,ssp9?f(-'?ir",2 --,r? - -i V 7 'I U4.Ssft- "i ias?S?ife''af Sv"3- AT JILERS Jin addition to a complete stock of Furniture YOU Wlltf FIND Mirwf, Brackets, CMrtmos, Framei, (Jurtaimf, Shades, Pittwre Hails andCord, I?ugs, Satis, Tabic 911 Clot & Toys. XZT TSEE TJIfDEItfAKING .;. DEPARTMENT "will HE FOUND, Caskets, Cases, and Coffins, HaMts, Snits, ani Boles, Gloves, Hose, Slippers, And Underwear. Embalming a Specialty AND TIIE AVORK Guaranteed' Effectual. 8S?The Prices as low as anywhere in the Veat. ' That we don't put qn as many airs nor as much style, is a fact. "We admit it. We are doing a large business and have no room for fancy sbow-caseg ox ginger bread work, prefeiring to keep dos?n ex penses to the utmost in the cost of doing business and give the benefit of so doipg to our customers in. the lowest prices for the best goods. When you come and see us don't expect to find a palace, for we have not got one; but you wil...

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. — 7 January 1881

mr 3R IOLA REGISTER. .-KbTJ I 'n4 fcvUTtt4 p TOL; XV. a i f i i C IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUABY 7, 180T NO. 3. '-. r.a-eMSffMCKSOT -. "gIB!5WIBBW4nsaSC 5$ T" , 3 opr AywouHcimurr. -OFFICIAL PAPER Of ALLK5 COPJSTI.a OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CJTT OF IOIA, drertlsims lUtM. srxcB. lw'K2wklmo.3rao.6mo.lv 1 inch $100 9 inahes.... 2 00 $i ru 2.50 300 5 00 3 00 400 6 00, 8 50 12 00 25 09 5 00 7 50 10 00 15l 7 50 10 00 12 00 3 inches.... X column.. K column.. J column... 2.VJ 350 600 10 00 30 00 '40 00 65 00 8 00 25 OW 15 Ou 40 00 Snbscriptioji. Rates. One copy one j car 2.00 Oae copy six month 1 00 Three months, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cents. Single copv, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefferson Avenue and Broadway fit Services eery babbuth at 11 n.m- anil 7:30 pt m Was meetiujr imniediuteh after the raormpg Mrvtcc. Suudny school at 9,30 a. m.t W, U Shivens Superintendent. Prayer meetius every Thurwlay evening at 7:30 p. m. Stranger and Tisitors in the city and...

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. — 7 January 1881

'ffJtjrawiiUUrsr- r --vw-.fr' v Af !. fcftJ jwwi.-vf" ..W W-rtWePg -. 4ijft-it&. wiw - sc t A- sr3vc& s, t-x '-flT-i- . S&MfiB ,-& rn THE IOIA REGISTER Pabllshed Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. NEWS "AND NOTES. sfllsrtsBtarsssa- Jddge Perct Walker, ex-Representative in Congress from Alabama, is dead, t A Beklix dispatch reports that many Jewish families are preparing to emigrate to Belgium, France or England. ' Mb. Le Due, Commissioner of Agriculture-, is establishing an experimental tea farm twenty miles from Charleston, on the line of the South Carolina Bailroad. Subscriptions have been opened in New York for $15,000,000' in stock and bonds of the Mexican National Railway, designed to connect Laredo, with the City of Mexico. Dr. Wilson, the gentleman sent to Washington on behalf of the Oklahoma col onists, has been granted an interview with the President, but failed to secure the with drawal of the Executive proclamation de claring.the invasion of the Indian Territory ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 January 1881

, fr THE-IOLA-BEIHSTEBr Published Every, "Friday. IOLA. - s WAKSAS. . . THE BE TURN OF TEE DEAD. Atkar siie lad slept the sleep of the dead, WI1ntbe young wife rose from her narrow oca. holier it seemed but a nijjht of woe . -That she had lain in the dark below. -? cinnfc-nad " tno passing hour, uv1 'winter frost or of spring-tide shower; .nd'over he shrouded head ta the tomb ..Had flourished and faded a summer's bloom. .. Se Toke from her sleepwith yearning love - or the hnsband and child she had left above. " My little son was but ten days old w hen I came to lie in the church-yard mold- 41 My arms had held him bntoneetomv breast. - w lieu they laid me here in my lonely rest.. , , Vnd m7 husb"and dear, woe worth the day 1 , 0,He wept and wept when they bore me away, ?' JVhen death took from Turn the light of his life, t When death took from him his dearest, his wife. 41 Oh, might I see him once more in our home, Oil, might I.but once in his presence come, " Might I rock our babe i...

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. — 7 January 1881

IOLA REGISTER, ,r , terms: One year, in advance, $2 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 Three month?, in advance SO - i30ur readers, in repining to oiverttttacntt in The Register, will confer a favor Ay Hating to the adverlit'rt that they saw the advertisement in The Iola Bkgistkr. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. Osage Ifubfeins. January 5, 1881. Holidays being past, business is now in order. Mattie Stanly has been enjoying va cation at home. Harry Jfuth and Mrs little linve just returned from a visit to Missouri. Some of our people enjoyed (?) a trip to Iola last Wednesday, to attend the Cook and Engle lawsuit.. Mr. Jackson, of Fair Lawn, has rent ed Mrs. Osborn's farm for the coming season. In South Osage the extreme cold weather of last Week, used up, substan tially, all the stock water. Social and oysters were the attrac tions at the Baptist church Friday ev ening. The object sought being some chandeliers and lamps. All present testify of a good time. Uncle Kale Lambert has finished a fin...

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. — 7 January 1881

"T- i"5rrgK'Psr IOLA REGISTER. S FBIDAYiJANUABy7,1881. K. C L. Jt S. R. R. TIME TABLE. jsger-.; M 19 p M i;asekgErdXN0.80.T;. , 17PV MROUGH FKEIUHT-Daily. Ika "i kSI connections made at Kansas City and brough tickets for sale to all eastern points. K. S. Aek3, Local Agent. LOCAL MATTERS. Butine Local wider thi heading among editorial notice aill be charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. So deviation from thi rate to anyone. Borrow money of Bowlus. Did you watch the new year in ? "Cold waves,' ate unwelcome visit ors. Choice toilet soaps at Stevenson's drug store. A girl at Jas. McCan'slast Tues day night. Dairies and blank books for 1881, at Stevenson's. Bee notice of cattle for sale in this week's paper. H. M. Miller and P. Hutchinson is invoicing this week. J. "W. McClure is invoicing his mer chant stock this week. Best Shaved axe handles Home made, at Henderson's. 3w The Board of County Commissioners was in session this week. McElroy, P. M. of Humboldt, was in our town l...

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. — 7 January 1881

3teme Aacieat and Modern Teachings em Cleanliness in the Hoasehuld. In a most thoughtful lecture, .deliver--d by Drl- Richardson before the Sani tary Congress nt Exeter, England, a ahort time ago, the subject treated was - Woman as a 'Sanitary Reformer." Starting with Solomon',many are the wise 8aying3 with which the King is credited. 'A good, wife worketh willingly with iier hands:" " She riseth while it is yet night and giveth meat to her household, amd a portion to her maidens." She layeth her hands to the spindle and her hands to the distaff." She is not afraid of the snow for her household, for all her household are clothed in scar let: " Dr. Richardson proclaims this "ideal housewife to bo that perfect type of woman the sanitary reformer. Xenophon had his own theory as to "the duties of the woman in the household, and invents a dialogue between Socrates and Critobulus, where the wonderful ways of Isomachus are described. Here the most practical laws of economy are laid down. M...

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. — 7 January 1881

- -5k V - J t T. W I I n ?. Jtots 1b Henes. Evert horse that has had a ran to pasture daring the summer months, and generally horses that are used for farm work, are effected more or less by this worm. The ova, or egg of the hot, is aeposited during the month of August on the legs and sides of the horse bv the female gad-fly, the appearance of which is familiar to every farmer. The egg is made to adhere to the hair by means of glutinous liquor secreted with it. These flies deposit large numbers of these eggs on the horse's legs and sides, which the horse takes into his stomach by means of licking or biting himself. At the first hatching of the egg a small, active worm is produced, long in propor tion to its thickness, but as its growth advances, it becomes proportionately thicker and broader and beset with bristles. These insecM are found hang ing in clusters to the, white articular "lining of the stomach, and maintain their hold by means of two hooks or claws. When removed from 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. — 7 January 1881

AT MILLER'S la addition to a complete stock of Furniture W YOU Willi FIND Mirrors, Brackets, Cfcrraos, frames, Guvtitms, Shades, Picture Nails aadCord, Rhus, Hafts, Tall Oil Cloth & Tjs. XZt THE UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT WILL BE FOUXP . Caskets, Cases, and Coffins, Hatits, Spts, and Roles, Glores, Hose, Slippers, And Underwear. Bmbalmmg a Specialty AND THE WOBK Guaranteed Effectual. ftCrThe Prices as low aj anyurbsrp jn the West. METROPOLITAN DRUG STORE. A complete stock of DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VANISHES, PA TEti T MEDICINES WINDOW GLASS, STATIONERY, COMBS, TOILET SOAPS, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, AT Wholesale & Retail- DR. J. W. SCOTT Gives his entire attention to the business and Kill always be found at the store during busi ness hours, and at his residence uights and Sun days, ready at any time, night or day, to furnish .medicines or compound prescriptions with care and accuracy. This is the beat place in tbs county to buy anything in this Hue. ' X. B. WINDOW GLASS of all reg...

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. — 14 January 1881

;-,- -&z& -K' IOLA REGISTER. V f, ', , -,,,, " - -A Wr TOL.XT. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUAKY 14, 1880 NO. 4. OUR AHH OUHCEMEHT. 13-OFFICIAL PjLPEK OF ALLEIf C0UKTI.t2 FFICUL PAPEBOFTHECITY OF IOL1. Advertiaiaa; Rate. ly. Smbacriptiom Rates . One copy one year $2.00 One copy six months 1 00 Three months, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cnts. Single copy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTOR?. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jeflerson Avenue and Broadway St. Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Class meeting immediutelv after the morning service. Sunday school at 9:40 a. m., W. 11. blavens Superintendent. Prajer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:10 p. m. Strangers and visitors in the city and all others cordially invit ed to all these bervices. V. T. Susimebvillk, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison Avenue and "Western Street. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 pm. eery Sabbath, babhath chool at 9.45 a m. Prayer raeetinget -ery Wednesday evening. IT you haven't a list of the praj er ...

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. — 14 January 1881

A Simplified Time-Table. The Chillicothe (0.) Gazette presents to the railway managers of the country ttho folio wing'suggestions for a simplified iform of tirae-table : The railway managers of the country -re the live, active men of the day, and re not as a rule those who carry a dead weight because their fathers did. Yet, in their time-cards, they all carry an Incumbrance that positively confuses -the uninitiated. Not one man in fifty can take an ordinary time-card and, in the multiplicity of :i. m.'s and p. m.'s dittoing as they do from the top and the bottom of the card, figure out the time irm New York to St. Louis or Chicago wrhont becoming confused and uncer--tain, and from New York to San Fran--cisco it becomes a positive impossibility with manv more. Not only this, but the railroad companies pay thousands of dollars every year for the setting up of these letters by the printers, and for the cardboard and paper on which they -are printed, besides making their time cards larg...

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. — 14 January 1881

41 T TeU Ike Age f Hrse. . ,a,crkksonjent of te London block-Keeper writes: One of the first tnings to be learned by a man wno aims at anything like a knowledge of horse flesh is to read, as a musician would an air of his "music," the age of a horse by his mouth. Like many other things, it is most easy when you know how, and really .takes very little learning. The young of the horse comes into the world with twelve grinders; -by the time the colt is twelve days-old four front teeth "ioay be counted, and, when a further four have made their appearance, the youngster will be close upon a month old. The corner teeth, as they are called, do not assert themselves till the foal is about eight months, but. they do not obtain the height of the front teeth till four months later. The two-year-old has the kernel the dark substance in the middle of the tooth's crown ground out of all the front teeth, in the third year the middle front teeth are being shifted; and, when three years old, these 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. — 14 January 1881

m IOLA REGISTER. TERMS J Oacyear, ia advance....... $2 00 6ix months, in advance, ."1 00 Three mewh, in advance 60 0"0ar reader, 'n replying to advertisement in Thk ItKQiSTER, teiH confer a favor by fitting to the atetttUtr that they taw tie advertisement in The feu. RmtiFfKK. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. Wade Hampton's -address ia now Washington, D. C. A terrible outbreak of fever is report ed in parts of Ireland. To make a short winter give your Oiote due in the spring. And now Dakota is asking for ad mission intobe Union. Eugene Hale goes to the Uaited States Senate from Maine. The .railroads in this State are con .tcolled. by ihree corporations. The people of Franklin county are talking up a. new court house. Forty-two members of the present Indiana Legislature are Ohio men. If you .have carried aay ill-will over into.the.neiw.year, get rid of it at once. The .Ohio Legislature has passed a ;law prohibiting pool sellingiu that State The Missouri Legislature has re elected Seuator Co...

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. — 14 January 1881

x V IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, JANUAEY 14, 18L X. C, I & S. R. K. TIME TABLE. TTHBOUUH KRElGftT Dii'fy 3 31" m" 5ASSEXGEU-IXN0.60H- a 17p K VAYKKEIUHT Dallyexcefeikyia isr-Ml u , connections made at Kansas city aud through tickets for sale to all ijaaternpointe. K. S. Ayms, Local Agent. LOCAL MATTERS. Sutinett iMcalt under ihu heading among editorial notuuvsillbc charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. A'o deviation fro thxt rale to aavone. Iola has another booni. Borrow money of Bowlus. District Court again to-day. And still the ioe crop holds out. The Masons intend carpeting their ball. Choice toilet soaps at Stevenson's drug store. Dairies and blank books for 1881, at Stevenson'. The contiaaed cold dry weather is injuring the wheat. It is now a settled fact that we are to have the machine shops. The question for discussion at the JLiterary to-4gut is one of interest. Our County Clerk will go up to To peka next week and join the lobby. Green & ICeateraon are successors...

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. — 14 January 1881

w i - - -bfM1- O- u- S t t- THE IOLA EEGISTEE. Published -Erery Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. SEWS AND NOTES. A luMiry of Important EreaU. Fiitv-kixe national banks were or ganise J in 1SS0, eleven passed into voluntary liquidation, and three failed. t Judge William B. Woods, the new ly appointed Associate Justice, has taken his piace on the Supreme Bench. The State police claim to have discov ered a new secret organization of Socialists extending over the whole of Germany. The Hodge Opera-house and the Gargling Oil building, adjoining, at Lock port, N. Y. , were burned on the 3th. Sev eral firemen and citizens were injured by falling walls. Loss about $100,000; insur ance, 36,0C0. The I'resident has nominated General Nathan Golf, Jr., of West Virginia, as Sec retary of the Navy. Gen. Goff has been for twelve year-. United States District Attorney for West Virginia, and four years ago was the Republican candidate for Governor in that State. Abstract of the public debt state ment, Jan. 3: De...

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. — 14 January 1881

-tS V r "Hil9i1f'i'$frV"i0t h THE IOLA EEGISTER. ITBbllahed Every Friday. IOLA. - - - , KANSAS. JUDGE NOT. How do we know what hearts have Tilest sLi? ... How do wo know? yJ?I' like sePalchere, are foul within wnose ontward garb is spotless as the snow. Ana many may be pure we think not so. ownear to God the souls of such have been, wnat mercy secret penitence may win How do we know? -How ean we tell who sinned more than we? How can we tell? we think onr brother walked guiltily, Judging him. in self-righteousness. .Ah, well! Tcrhapshad we been driven through the hell Of his untold temptations, we might be Xcbs upright in our daily life thau he How can we tell? Dare we condemn the ills that others do? Dare we condemn? Their strength is small, their trials not a few; The tide of wrong is difficult to stem. And if to us more clearly than to them Is given knowledge of the good and true, Jtfore do they need our help, and pity, too. Dare we condemn? God help us, and lead us dav by day. Go...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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