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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 May 1881

IOLA REGISTER. TERMS One year, i a advance, ,.... " J Six ruontlib, lb advauce,., ..... J Three'iftonth; in-advance,. . r ' .i Tf, ... 53- Our readers. in repining io'xd.xitriUema in f'TlBS lOLA Ukgistek.v . -- . r OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. When tne genatemet last Monday tlie official announcement that the res ignations of Senators Conkling and Platihadfceen forwarded to the Gov ernor of New York Created great sur 'priste '' And since that time all the .pfominenftae-n'of the country have been interviewedby newspaper corres pondents in reference to their opinion ,of this strange procedure on the part of the Senators from New York, and all the leading journals have been fill ed -With comments thereon. In their letter of resignation to Gov. Cornell -these Senators set forth at length their reason for resigning their seats in the U S.- Senate ; but although their letter makes some three colums in the aver age newspaper, yet thtir reasons can -be given in a few words., namely : that the ...

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. — 20 May 1881

rv w OT W SPRING STOC K Everybody Jpyited to Come aad See Us. Wo will show you tljc Jest Stock Ever Our goods have been Guarantee our Prices To be LOWER ia Every Instance THAN YOU CAS 3ET ELSEWHERE. We mean exactly what we say, and our STOCK and PRICES WILL SUBSTANTIATE OUR STATEMENTS. H Please Note the Prices: 500 yds English Dress Goods at 25c per yard, regular price 37 1-2. 800 yds Table Oil Cloth 25c yd, regular price 35c. '300 prs Ladies Colored Hose at 10 and 15c pair. 200 pr Childrens Fancy Hose at 6, 10 and 15c. 25 Gents Wool Suits at $0. 00 regular price $11. 00 25 doz Gents Seamless 1-2 Hose at 12 1-2 pair. 60 pes new Hamburg Embroidery ranging in price from lc to SI-25 yard. New Line of Fancy Buttons and Trimmings in all Shades. Ladies Silk Suits at $16. 00 worth 25. 00. NEW PLAIDS AND DUjMTJJVGS. We will ave yow Money. P. O. NORTHRUP & CO.'S CasH 3Dry-C3-3ocJ.s Hoxa.se. OIT"Z JEM! Test Sft fasMiifloiiiraBie, JOLA, EA3STSAS I HAVE A COMPLETE -ASSORTMENT OF CLOCKS, WIT...

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. — 20 May 1881

Garfield's boys are the liveliest boys -who ever had a home in the White Bouse. "- King Kalakaua has been received with great respect by the Chinese and the foreigners in Shanghai. Ainilk-white, red-breasted robin is exciting considerable interest among citi zens of Sewickley, Pa., where she has been discovered building a nest, assisted by a male robin of normal- color, save that he has a white head. It is " officially" reported that only -fourteen persons committed suicide at Monaco last year a the direct result of Josses at the" gaming tables; bat Mr. Poison, a gentleman of high official posi tion of Nice, estimates the real number of suicides at an average of about three a week. For obvious reasons, the local Journals suppress, as far as possible, the publication of such cases, and set down to a careless use of firearms many delib erate takings-off. A novelty in shape of a snow castle "was erected by Thomas Buller, in his field in Prince Edward's Island. It took fifty men three d...

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. — 20 May 1881

',' A h Imericam W1I4 Sleep. The earliest mention that I have bees ablejo find of the wild sheep in Ameri ca"la byFather Plcolo, a Catholic mis sionary at Monterey, in the year 1797, J wno, uutr ueacnoing n, oaaiy enougn, as a kind of deer with a sheep-Eke head, about as large as a calf one or two years old," naturally hurries on to remark: "I have eaten of these beasts; their flesh is tender and delicious." Mac kenzie, in his northern travels, heard the species spoken of by the Indians as " white buffaloes." And Lewis and Clark tell us that, in a time of great scarcity on the head-waters of the Mis souri they saw plenty of wild sheep, but they were " too shy to be shot." A few of the more energetic of the Pah Ute Indians hunt the wild sheep every season among the more accessible of the California Alps, in the neighbor hood of passes, where, from having been pursued, they have at length be comtf extremely wary; but in the rugged wilderness of peaks and canyons, where the foaming tri...

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. — 20 May 1881

J California Kidney Tea. .Iiame Back, Kidney and Urinary trou bles, Torpid Liver..Only 50 cents large package- Buy of Stevenson. ' Fair" Treatment Asked For.. What political crime has Bqscoe ,Conkling , committed that he should not be consulted as to the Appoint- Biente in the State he in'partr repre sents ? In' no other State has a Sena- tor been treated-as Mr. 06nklincr has been treated. ' The Senator represents fa vast majority, of theHepublicans of j tne empire state, ana deserves wen at the-hands of the party and the executive. He may be stubborn, will ful and self-confident, but he is the .'ablest man in the Republican party, and it would harm nobody if he were humored to a limited-' extent. If he had willed it Garfield would 'have been defeated in the 'State of 'New York last year", and thereby the Re publican parly would have lost the 'Presidency:. Is not a man possessing .such influence' worthy of considerate : treatment ?'Blaine, though possessing no such nower. is concili...

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. — 27 May 1881

z&fcyi ' e (XjL- &$,ui& .?4 IOLA "- NO. 2$ TOL.XV. IOLA, JXLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAT 27, 1881. REGISTER. -A Moaey for Farmers! To Invest i Stock, Hake Improvements, Pay Debts, Or Pay for Railroad Lands, ii w miit m if mm, Payable ANNUALLY, at the endjf year, with NO COMMISSIONS WSATEVER) can be had in any sjims desired for one, two, three, or five years, of ' GEO. A. BOWLUS, XOX.A. KANSAS. CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Mits, Gloves, Underwear AND FURNISHING GOODS. At ws art to move into onr NEW BRICK BLOCK inihe Springy Ave wish to go in a new store wjtyh s Xw stock, JDierfqre we wi give you bargain! that will pfjiy to come and see us. JFe ftawe o$ qq& a Hand-Made Boot and Shoe as there is in Southern Kansas. TRUNKS AND jSATCHLS OF ALL GRACES.. Anderson & DeClute. Road Notice, (A. B. VIncel ct aU STATE OP KANSAS, i AU.KX.COCNTY, J Tlie State of Kansas to whom it may concern: Whcrc&e. application has been made by peti tion to (tie Board of Count...

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. — 27 May 1881

SJSf9"Se'' A . &w)tfritttGalt IOLA REGISTER. -- , 1 , terms: One year, in adraaee, $2 00 Six months, in advance,-. .. 1 00 Thremotus..Juadr:iDcel .....,,.. .,, 50 30ur reader, in replying to advertisements in The Register, will confer a-favor by- slating to the advertisers that they saw Ihe .edwtuement in JTUEIOLaRkGISTEH. . f r 'T'" "'' OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. GeneraCusterte sword'ls now in the possession of a Kansas man. ' The present wheat crop in Texas is reported toe he be8traised in that State during the past twelve years. ; i i i t ' ' The Kansas Wool Growers and Sheep Breeders' Association- will bold; - a meewng-on- tue xst oi j une next at Emporia. ''' - - ' '" ' ' .. . j - McPherson county reports 133,000 acres of wiriter wheat, which 'is the largest' acreage ever reported from any county in the State. ; - "' Host of our wool growers have h'eared their sheep, but xmlaccount of the-unusually low price of wool they will doub'tless refuse to sell at present. The wife of...

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. — 27 May 1881

wr - vt ?s s5ir mryinWMMin i,weta - " ! K NEW SPRING STOCK Everybody Invited to Come and See Us. TVe will Best Stock Ever Brought to lola. Onr goods hav been beught so that wo can Guarantee our Prices To to LOWEH in Every Instance THAN YOU CAW GET ELSEWHERE. We mean exactly what we say, and our STOCK and PRICES WILL SUBSTANTIATE OUR STATEMENTS. g Please Note the Prices: 500 yds English Dress Goods at 25c per yard, regular price 37 1-2. 300 yds Table Oil Cloth 25 e yd, regular price 35c. 300 prs Ladies Colored Hose at 10 and 15c pair. 200 pr Childrens Fancy Hose at 6, 10 and 15c. 25 Gents Wool Suits at $9. 00 regular price $11. 00 25 doz Gents Seamless 1-2. Hose at 12 1-2 pair. 60 pes new Hamburg Embroidery ranging in price from lc to $1.25 yard. New Line of Fancy Buttons and Trimmings in all Shades. Ladies Silh'Suits at $16.00 worth $25. 00. NEW PLAIDS AND BUMTIJVGS. We will save you Money. O. P. NORTHKUP & COS OasH iry-C3rOOaLs. House. CITY West Sifle Waslington AverniB, IOLA, ...

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. — 27 May 1881

1EE IOLA REGISTER. FablMbed Every IMdagr. TOLA. KANSAS. NEWS-AND NOTES A Summary of Important Events. May 15 was generally observed throughout the South by decorating the graves of the Confederate dead. ", t Ik a collision between the Marine Brigade and the 'people at Killarney, Ire land, on the 18tb, several of the latter were wounded. Advices from Tunis report a ten- hours' battle at Soukelarba. Both the na tives and French lost heavily in killed and wounded. A London telegram announced that on the 17th a copy of the revised version of the Scriptures was presented to the Queen, and immediately thereafter it was placed in general circulation. Stanley Matthews appeared at the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court on the 17th, accompanied by Chief-Justice "Waite, and took the oath of office. The Chief-Justice , ordered the commission of Justice Matthews to be entered on the record. , . There is extreme agitation through out Italy in consequence of the King having intrusted Signor ...

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. — 27 May 1881

i THE IOIA REGISTER raMUhed Every Friday. IOLA. - - - KANSAS. "MOME, SWEET HOME." AS BRET.HABTE MIGHT HATE WBITTKW IT. Brown o San Joan, Stranger. I'm Brown. Come up thismornln from Frisco Ben a-saltin' my specie-stacks down. Ben a-knoekin aronnd, Fer a man from San Juan, " rutty considable frequent Jes' catch onter that streak o the dawn ! Rizlit thar lies my home Right thar in the red I could slop over, stranger, in po'try Would spread out old Shakespoke cold dead. stranger, you freeze to this; there aint no kinder gin-palace 2for no variety-show lays over a man's own rancho. Hay he it haint no style, hut the queen in the Tower o' London -Aint got noathin' I'd swop for that house over thar on the hill-side. "Thar is my ole gal. n the kids, 'n the rest o my live-stock; Thar mv Remington hangs, and thar there's a griddle-cake br'ilin' Fer the two of us, pard and thar, I allow, the heavens -Smile more friendly-like than on any other locality. Stranger, nowhere else I don't take no sa...

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. — 27 May 1881

rw.s---''- Wea NeVer Tkink! If the crabbed old bachelor who ut teraTthls sentiment could but witriess the intense thought, deep study and thorough- investigation of women in "determining tthe best medicines to keep their families well, and 'would note there sagacity and wisdom in se "lecting HopBitters as the" .best, and demonstrating it by keeping their 'families in perpetual health,' at a mere nominal expense, he would" be forced -to acknowledge tnac sucn- sentiments 'are baseless and false. -' " Ordinance Jifjo. 206. '" ' Published May 27th 1881. An ordinance entitled, 'An ordinance denninc the duties and fixing the compensation of Jtoad Overseer and Street Commissioner.. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Cooncilmen ofthecityoflola. "- r : ' . Section 1. The office of Itopd Overseer and Street Commissioner is hereby created. Sec. 2. The Road Overseer and Street Com- missioner for said city shall be appointed by the Mayer thereof with the consent of a majority of the council, and sh...

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. — 3 June 1881

9c -SBX' . JJMSSK3ftSS8SWrtt: 'aafttwansyawg HML' 'TT.T f . . ? . f .Tu&f 2 vxa3? fcitfrfWU, YOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 3, 1881. NO; U y P Money for Farmers! To Invest in Stock, Make Improvements, Pay Debts, Or Pay for Railroad Lands, ii i LOWEST m OF mm Payable ANNUALLY, at the end of year, with NO COMMISSIONS WHATEVER; can be had in any sums desired for one, two, three, or five years, of GEO. A. BOWLUS, P. HUTCHINSON. T. M. BARTELS. HUTCHINSON 6. BARTELS, LXj"WJk."5TS AHEAD I Because we have tlie largest stock of Groceries, Glass and Queensware ever brought to Iola. We sell more goods for less money. Call ajid be con vinced that we keep the best assorted stock and are selling as cheap as any Grocery House Vn Southern Kansas. Call and price our goods. One Door West of Post Office, XOX.A; KANSAS. $ We tJiank our old friends and customers for their patronage since we have been in Iola, and now as we have left the place where we have been accustomed to meet you we ho...

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. — 3 June 1881

Detectives at Fashionable Weidugs. There are in New York a hundred or more weddings in. the course of a year where there is a crush, of guests in full dress, where ladies who have passed their youth feel it allowable to wear a wealth of diamonds, and where the dis plays of presents surpass the show cases of fashionable jewelers. These wed dings and other sociable gatherings of the same class of persons areavery par ulise of thieves and pickpockets, when, -as occasionally happens, they can gain admission in the guise of a guest. This, as will i)e imagmed,-few professionals can do without the risk of being bowed to the; door by the host as strangers in m warranted dress-coats ; yet many sim ple and shrewd devices are usedtomain 'tsin a footing once obtained, in such assemblages. The host and hostess are -avoided. Efforts are made to scrape -.acquaintanceship. References are bold ly made to some previous social assem blage. The thief must have special gifte and a special training. Yet ...

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. — 3 June 1881

4,A-3ir iamuj3r&mjm- kA V, -.. ?! a Tf" : P i i 1 Qtf& &&!' The grotesqneness of many of the characters in the novels of Charles Dick ens is acconntedae preposterous and impossible by American readers. Tha-, monotony of individual character withr ns apparently makes the material fof, literature meager. Yeb'-fiiere are quaint" Sersonages in every community, and eroes and heroines of novels are walk ing aDouc among us every day. A cor resDMdent.frqm New .Harem Nelson County? KyV wHtewWeliouisville' Post an account of a family wherein odd given names have run riot. In the fam ily Bible are written the names of " Lon don Judge," " Revenue Belle," "China, figure," "Reptile Kingdom," "Hebrew Fashion," " Greek Wisdom," and " Heil in the Kitchen." These are the children of Mr. Hamilton, three of them girl and three boys. The domestic occupy tionof " Hell inJJiR Kitehen " is fttifeona frdmthe appeUationbyi wluo) she Was wuunsecratea at pirxn to me wnpner. name implies. Of cou...

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. — 3 June 1881

IOLA REGISTER. XSBM8: as,...'."..'.. fence..... One Tear, in advan ...$2 00 ... 100 ... SO Six months, fn" advance, Three raoh'ths'.'n advaljc?, . .'.' Jffrt Iola Rxapfypx. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. !? In some counties in the State, and especially in Miami county, the "farm ers claim that flax is the njos'j; profit "able'crop they can arise, ' .Senator Ingalls will deliver the an nual commencement oration at Will iama College in July next. A number of the distinguished graduates of this 'institution, including President Gar eld, will be present. Bev. Pardee Butler is writing for ,the Atchison Champion & series of let ters giving his recollections of the early ejtfclement of Atchison county. He "was a prominent and Influential narticinant in that bitter contest which made Kansas a frceStjate, and as he is a good writer his letters will .be of interest not only to the people of Atchison county, but the entire State. The New York Legislature has pass ed a bill making it an offense'...

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. — 3 June 1881

P IIP ; i-' IQLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, JUNE -3, 1881. X. C, li. 4k S. R. R. TIME TABLE. GOIVQ XOBXH. PASSENGERDaily . JS !!.. .THROUGH FREIGHT Dally Ji x. WAYFEEIGHT.Daityexeeptawid S ttr.u. GOIKG EOCXV. , l'ASSEXGEIWUallr .. '3 05 p. x. THROUGH FREIGHT Daily .5 35 a.m. VAYFnElUffr,DaUyeeeptSundyl$ U.P.M. Close connections made at Kansas City and hroBgb tickets Tor sale to ail eastern poSnta. K. S. Atebs, Local Agent. ipaiiii Pjiffiji 1 lilsltf . - " ' I -Will I III a OFr: LOCAL. MATTERS. Musineti Local under thi heading among editorial notice will be charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. No deviation from this rate to anyone. How the weeds do grow. Good suitings, 5 cents per yard at Nobthrtjp's. IiOnjsdale Muslin .(yard wide) 9 J cts., at Nor.thrups. Lonsdale Muslin yard wide) 9 cts., at Northrurpls. One price and that the lowest at An derson & DeClute's. After the 20th of Jucea penalty will be added to all unpaid tajjes. ' Green peas are abundant and Qarly potatoes will ...

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. — 3 June 1881

am. THE IOLA EEGISIEB. i .ivvn JJl UiliUU KANSAS. NEWSf AND; NOTES.! dinwofJMporjStajt j c? Jefferson Davis is visiting in Mon treal, Canada. c &- i Gen. Grant and Capt. Eads have ment the concessions'-asked for-by them and- are now on their way home. JoHAHN(M6sT.1edftbrroftheJx)ficI6n TwkML JBrcyJWtor,. IOLA. - - - - Socialistic orgnv, the Jifi.iiTesbM-OHalmail robberescaped froaij Jack "Wharton charge of inciting to murder, has been tried and found guilty by a jury, but recommend ed to mercy, on the ground that Hols' tUtSr-' eigner. The Texas Prohibitionists Jiave called a State Convention, tone held 'in Dallas on '"Wednesday, June 8, to see what action they ehaU-take iafutatfe lhTleweMhaSitfeat of the'proposed prohibition amendment by the Legislature. lJx s t The Swedish Government is becom ing alarmed and contemplate legislation in view of the. emigration,3vhich'i83 assuming the proportions of an exodus. Several coun ties are practically -denuded of the able bodied inhabitan...

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. — 3 June 1881

I THE IOLA BEGISTER. Pablisned KTery Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. A STREET-CAR IDYL. Perhaps yon think I'll rant and rave like the rest At the wealthy folk, because they are gay and line. D'ye 8'pose I don't know that when we pnt on our best And they their worst, they're Just as sure to outshine! Or rather one is you're laughing now; but it's true, It does one good such pretty young things to meet; Tut a thousand colors before me, I'd choose the blue, Because her eyes are o blue and so bright and sweet. And there's something abont her walk that thrills me, too, As if her footsteps, like flower-throbs, toucned my heart, And her smile is like sunshine on clover buds white with dew, My shop-mates tell me that everything there is art, And that I have always had notions odd and " queer. They dub me "poet," because I make rhymes now and then. O heaven! if only I were, I'd not bo toiling here, But telling the world of her beauty with gladsome pen. They say she is idle. Well, so Is the, rose; and ...

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. — 3 June 1881

Jf , $&& CaliioriLia Kidney Teal Larue Back, Kidney and Urinary trou jblea, Torpid liver. Only 50 cents large package. Btiy of Stevenson. Ladies'who appreciate elegance and turity areusing Parker's Hair'Baltfarh. It is the best article sold for restoring gray hair to its 'original oojor 'n beauty. " " " " ' Hundreds of Men, Woinen and Chil dren escued'frdni beds of pain, sick- 'ness and almost death and made strong and heartv bv Parker's Gineer Tonic are the best evidences" in the world of 'its sterling worth. You can nna inese In every community.-JPost. Seead 'vcrtisement. CaUfornte Kidney Tea Never "fails In'-Kidney and Urinary troubles. 50 cents. Look for it at Ste venson's. , . Womau's lyisdonf. She insists that it is of more impor tance that' her family shall be kept in full health than that she should have all the fashionable dresses and styles of the times. She therefore sees to it that each member of her family is sup plied with enough Hop Bitters, at the lirst appea...

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. — 10 June 1881

IbzSW ,31a&" V irMtZi K &-. -(..V ' it- nr .aw k woinv nrrs o r Jrt oTniToTnB- "ninv ?. ,&" & r& ill f ,111 .J -1 il TOL.XT. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 10, 1881. NO- 25 W 7 If INSURANCE .2ETNA FIRE INSURANCE GO., HARTFORD, COXX., Asset 6,725,098.41 HARTFORD FIRE INSUR. CO., HARTFORD, CONX., Assets t 3,288,121.82 ?H03NIX FIRE INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD, CONN.', Assets. S 2,510,940,05 ;PHEXIX FIRE INSURANCES CO.,' BROOKLYN, SEW YORK, Assets $2,723,620.59 GEO. A. BOWI.XJS. Oil, KANSAS. SOOTT' METROPOLITAN DRUG STORE. A complete stock of DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VASNISHES, PATEb T MEDICINES WINDOW GLASS, STATIONERY, COMBS. TOILET ISOAPS. PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, AT f Wholesaled Retail- DR. J. W. SCOTT Ghes his entire attention to tlie business ami will aln8 be found at the f-tore (hiving busi ness hours, and at his jesideme uiKlits and feun das, read at am time, night nrdaj , tofnruioli iiiediciucs or compound prescriptions with care and accuracy . Jpi$ Js ttc J)t'e...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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