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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 July 1881

r&&&?v-.' tk--w tt? "I I c H -j ,? ,.1 . 1 -r v. -t? -' W"-tvrfattJ EBES1DENT GARFIELD SATED. ASSASSI- Particular of the Terrible Crlaie The Ou 'tardly Seed Committed by UneCharlM J. Gniteaa, Formerly or Chicago. From the great mass of telegraphic dis patches sent out from Washington on the 2d, 3d and 4th, giving the particulars of the as sassination of rresidcntGarJield, the follow ing statement is compiled: ' Just a little before halfcpast nine o'clock on the morning of the 2d the President and fc'ecretarv Blaine entered the Baltimore & Potomac depot to take a train for Long Branch. As they reached the ladies' wait- . ing-room a man, who stood on-the right of the Pre-id"nt, raied his arm and deliber ately tired two shot-, from a revolver, ex claiming as hcdiJfeo: T am a Stalwart; , it had to lie doue. Arthur will now be President.' The second shot wa fired within ten sec onds from he first, and look effect intho ' President's pide, the first having struck him ir. t...

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 July 1881

5 5i.J&? ?n- T - 1 1 & 1 " '- Ten ays toe Late Yesterday morning a man who lives lu the SaginavT.ValleViWas at the.depot to take the tram for home. - As he -was buying his ticket,' an old friend, who lives here, slapped him on the shoulder and gave him greeting. After a few salutations, the Detroiter said: "Have you married again?" 'LNo.". Do yon want to?" "Yes." ' Come with me. J know a widow whom I can recommend.1' Can we get back to the depotin fifty minutes?" ' Yes, easily." . r Verv well ; lead the-wav.l' k That's all there was said' about it until' . they reached thejCentral Market.. The i Detroiter walked theTValley man up "to .M tfiefctand'of 'a well-known and fair-look- Ing widow and said-: v Mrs. Blank, my friend only has.a few V minutes to spare. You are awidowi" Yes.l' "4Three children?" , Yes." Worth 6,000?" "Yes." . "Healthy, good-natured and a mem ber of the Baptist church'?" "Yes." ,t t ' " Very well. This is Mr. Blank, ol Saginaw. He is forty-seven years old...

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 July 1881

SF3K5-r frsr ' 3r " " --"sV r'tr s- tP7 53, Fvr" " '-T&Xfi vx-'-r'.r. '.-b-t ' -jS tssr-raiK twsp- ?i. A" jT Sf - - . - I 2- IOLA REGISTER , TERMS One year, in advance,: . Six months, ii advance,... '(Three months, in advance,. ...92 00 ..-. 100 ... 50 Our readers, in repMng to advertisement in .TnK Registku, will cither- Imtorty stating to 'the advertisers that they sa w, advertisement xn OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. County Central Committee. Tno liepublican Committee of Allen county -will meet at Tnz Register office.in Iola, Satur day, July 16th, at one o'clock p. m. and trans act such business as may properly 'come before them. The committee consists of the following gen tlemen, from the townships'named: Geneva, P. It. McClrire; Deer Creek, C. G. Mull; Osage, - W. F.OToungj Elmore, M. D. Dwire; Marma ton", C. P. Keith; Elm, J. W. Delaplain; Iola, "H. A. 'Perkins,; Humboldt, T. C. Sherman; Cottage Grovo, S. J. Stewart. A full attendance of the committee is request ed. . - S. J, S...

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 July 1881

IH' ,4S. .;-' , j ysi v Srf i s V V TO EVERYBODY. . . HH " r SurbSkmerGoois AT- WctfAKfrS In our SUFwioy tSoods we have a Complete Stock, PRESS GOODS. We have the late$ -stofes Brocades, :Alpaccas, Cashmeres, -Buntings, Lawns, iwficords P. K. and all White Goods suitable for sittfygpr wear, and trimmings tp suit. Gloves and Hosiery, We have such a variety of the abovo named article? that it would be tedious to enumerate them. Call and examine our stock. It will repay a visit. Laces and We have a very largc,scJection ; also I BIBBS.. Linen Collars, and Ul JJiVUU, Ul LINEN SUITS mmed in the latest styles. OOTS JLISTJD SHOES. We have a complete stock of the best makes in hand made goods, and wo WARRANT EVERY PAIR of rips or rotton leather. " ;I1T LADIES AND GENTS elegant stock. Do not HATS and CAPS of every style and gescriptjpn. Wo are bound to suit you. We charge nothing for sljowlng goods. CLOTHING. MENS, YOUTHS AND BOYS. Our style's are the LATEST, our material the BEST, and our pr...

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. — 15 July 1881

MMkllJI 1 "Or "'. s. 1 KCtrttsd TIE 10LA EEGISTEE. Published Every Friday. TOLA. -, . KANSAS. NEWS AND N0TE& A Summary of Important Eranti. Another lunatic has been arrested in "Washington. He -went into the Adjutant General's office, slapped General Drum on "the back, and'said he had a revelation that he must kill Vice-President Arthur. .He Was promptly arrested. The Washington correspondent of a Kew York paper of the 7th writes: "It is eaid on good authority that a proclamation convening Congress in special session was prepared yesterday or earlier and signed by the President, to be issued in the event of his illness taking an unfavorable and necessarily fatal turn." The attention of the Secretary of Btate has been called to the fact that William Brink, for four years a citizen of Hartford, Conn., and a member of the State militia, has been seized while on a visit to Germany, his native lnnd, and forced into the Six teenth Infantry. It is expected the" Ger man Government will ...

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. — 15 July 1881

I " W: f 32 r-: Viv V -T5 .?- THE IOLA REGISTER. fv -, MMtehed Erery Friday. IOLA. ... KANSAS. MTJUNE BOY. Sweet as tho pink wild rocs wake, And fre-hneb from their petals shake, So from Ins li-ad to bis small feet He wakes, all flu-hed and dewy sweet; His eyelids like white clouds of morning flee And clear $h&heavenly blue for me, for me I The wonder of tho baby's eyes! Forget-me-nots and morning skies. Anunll thingsb!ne that he between: I named ye blue ere tbey were seen I Hoyiolets hy the reedy rim Ot pools, where lights and sbndows swim; Seeing your sott reflections there, Y know-what things can best compare; Though in his eyes are depths of my-tory "Which never yet were seen, sweet flowers, in thee. . O, rosebud, rosebnd of the Sonth, Say, can jou match tue baby's mouth? And when yout petals toftK part, Is UiHiehIte earl iujour heart? An4iell me-if you can tell who Has overheard a rose bud coo? And can 3 ou bud and bloom 0,rose-bnd, say, And bloom and bud, a hundred times a...

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. — 15 July 1881

I1I.M- hr;;-j- b-, V 7'' 'r-mlc wiS Sil.---t 1 -STSl '7. 5- - V. 1 - - fcii'rf nm mail 1 1 Nil 1 ,1 n w . Where tke Letters are Written. Last fall an official count was made ;of the letters mailed air each post office 1 (in the United States during one week. 'From this count an estimate has been 'made of the amount1 and distribution ;of the postal business of the country " 'daring fifty-twoTsreekS) or the year 'ending December 31, 1880. . ; Th Pnaf. nfficfe Department has just issued a statement. 'of the results of a innuW wHInri shows that the number of pieceaof all classes mailed durin the ver was 2,720,234252. The whole number of letters mailed -"was l,053,252,T6j 'or an average of 21 for 'each raari,' woman and- child in the Unitea States; 324,556,440 postal cards, 1812,'082,000newspaper8, 40,148,792 mag-, azines and other periodicals, and- 21,- v This statement is accompanied by a table giving (m alphabetical oruer 'the several States and Territories, 'the numberof letters mail...

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. — 22 July 1881

t v;- j-?! IOLA REGISTER. r ar t y' - TOL.XT. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 22, 1881. NO. 31 a-h ROACH jBl WOOD WRALEBS IK IMPLEMENTS ?faUSiads. CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, :JIARROWS, WIND MILLS, Seeing Machines, BUGGIES, SPBfflS WAGONS, KANSAS WAGONS PUMPS, AND Sulky Plows with Breaker Bottoms. flELD 11 GARDEN SEEDS. jryBemember we keep every thins' in the lino .orVAKMING IMPLEMENTS. Give us a call j3nl sec what we can lu. METROPOLITAN DBUa STORE. A complete stock of DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VABNISHES, PATENT MEDICINES WINDOW GLASS, STATIONERY, COMBS, TOILET SOAPS, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, -AT- CELEBRATION Of the Saint Louis, Fort Scott ft Wich ita Railroad. A Gala Day Among the Iolains. The Monitor Excursion Meets With a Royal Reception. A Feast of Reason and a Floy of Soul. Eloquent Speeches by General C. W. Blair, Dr. John W. Scott and Others. Soi J. E. IRELAND'S PRESCRIPTION Drug Store! With Jiithardt $- Latin, South tide Public Square. Zola, Kansas Keep constantlv on baud a full line...

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 July 1881

- ," FTTVP ' l-? n v , Jewelry Alive Beetles as Ornaments. "Here is something new in the way of ornamentation,"' a salesman in a large up-town jewelry store said, open ing a box.- Oat walked a monster Dee tie, fully four inches in length. About its body was a solid gold band, locked by a tiny padlock, to which was at tached a costly gold "chain, about two inches in length, fastened to a pin. The beetle's back glistened in light, having been treated to a dress of gold, and as it lumbered . along its long legs worked together in'aeurious fashion. "It's a shawl-pin. You see the pin is used to fasten lace or a shawl, or perhaps worn on the bonnet, the insect 'crawling around the length of the chain. They are perfectly harmless and not expen sive, as they "live on air that is, they have .never been seen to eat. .This one was brought here -to mount, which is a very fine,operation, as the legs and an tennas are all so delicate. After all, there is nothing objectionable about them, except t...

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 July 1881

. " ' v - " I " ' IV ' f t THE IOLA KEGISTEK. Pabliihed Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. SINGING. Singing from the mountain spring, As it gurgles over; tThrough the hether and the ling, Through the grass and clover; r Singing, laughing all the day; Laughing, sinking all the way. Ringing throngh tho leafy dells, "Where the shad vra linger, -And the wild flowers ring their bells To the merry si iger; Kippling, lang ungjill the while. Singing, rippling, :il a-smile. Singing round the mosy stone, 'Xeath the hazel bu-,hes; .Singing when it's ill alone, Stealing throngh tn rashes, Happy as the dav i long, 2fever speaking liut in song. -Singing at the morning's dawn, When the day,is In caking: 5ingmg when the light's withdrawn, And the stars ;ire waking; "Watching, singing, through the night, Singing, waiting for the light. Singing in the April days, When the clouds are weeping; Singing through the summer haze, When the men are reaping; Singing through the Autumn's chill, Through the winter sin...

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 July 1881

Vp'-r-f.riir" f ---- ABH IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : One year, in advance;. A 'Six months, in advance, ptiree months, in advance,... .92 00 ...100 .. SO 3"Our readers, in replying to advertisements in .Tmt RwnsTMt, villeofcrofavor by stating to 'the advertisers' thdt they saw the advertisement xn TlIE'IOLA RKGISTEB. .,.1 tii. OFFICIAL PAPER OFCOUHTY. BEFDBLICiN COOSW COHVMON. The Republican County Convention for Allen connty, to place in nomination candidates for Treasurer, Clerk, Sheriff, Register of Deeds, Surveyor and Coroner, will be held at the Court -House In Iola at 11 o'clock a. m. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 1831, The different townships are entitled to the fol lowing representation i 'Geneva, 6 delegates; rDeer Creek, 5; Osage, 4; Marmaton, 4; Iola, 13; Elm, 4; Elsmore, 6; Eumboldt, 13i Salem, 3; 'Cottage Grove, 5. ! ' It is recommended that the Republican voters meet at their respettre,'plhce3 or holding, elec tions on Tuesday ,rSpt. Gth, for the purpose of electing delegates to...

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 July 1881

-v t'r . - TO EVERYBODY. CpruigSSummcrGoods IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, JULY 22.1881. K. O, I. S. R. R. TIME TABLE. GOIKO NOBTH. PASSEXGEB-DaUy 18ilp-"' l'UROUGH FREIGHT Dally 3 S5A.M. WAYFREIGHT.Daily except Sunday 3 23 p.m. GOIXQ SOUTH. ... 3 25P.X. ... 5 35 A. 31. nnUv PTpnt8nndvl4 11 P. X. cinsu rnnnections made at Kansas City and I brnugh ticket for sale to all eastern points. A ? illJUU, !MWM.U5vr IttcCMJRIJ'S Prioe Casli Storey In our Staple and Fancy Goods we have & Complete Stock, DRESS GOODS. We have the latest styles Brocades, Alpaccas, Cashmeres, Buntings, Lawns, and cords P. K. and all White Goods suitable for summer wear, and trimmings to suit. fRemember Bowlps loans money at NINE PER CENT. annual interest. No Commis sions, and no interest paid in advance. IOLA CELEBRATES. The Completion of the Fort Scott, S Wichita Railroad, And the Citizens of Fort Scott assist in the General Rejoicing. LOCAL, MATTERS. Butinets Locals under this heading among editorial notices will be...

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 July 1881

ssATgs ;-y 1 , , V r3- , y1- Jewelry Hire Beetles as Ornaments. "Here is something new in the way of ornamentation," a salesman in a large up-town jewelry store said, open ing a box. Out walked a monster bee tle, fully four inches in length. About its body was a solid gold band, locked by a tiny padlock, to 'which was at tached a costly gold chain, about two inches in length, fastened to a pin. The beetle's back glistened in light, having been treated to a dress of gold, and as it lumbered along its long legs worked together in a carious fashion. "It's a shawl-pin. You see the pin is used to fasten lace or a shawl, or perhaps worn on the bonnet, the insect crawling around the length of the chain. They are peifectly harmless and not expen sive, as they live on air that is, they have never been seen to eat. This one was brought here'to mount, which is a very fine operation, as the legs and an tennas are all so delicate. After all, there is nothing objectionable about them, except the ...

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 July 1881

v5 -p ?- ""l vii -i v- jj;;- U f A, - .1 ty-J-. " ' j ' ,', i - v TIE IOLA SEaiSTEE. IOLA. KANSAS. SINGING. " flinging from the mountain spring, Ab it gnrgles over; 'Through the hether and the ling. Through the grass and clover; Singing, laughing all the day; laughing, singing all the way. Singing through the leafy dells, "Where the s'.i idows linger, And the wild o wera ring their bells To the merry singer; Rippling, Innc'in? all the while. Singing, rippling, all a-smile. Ringing round the mossy stone, 'Jseath the hazel hushes; Ringing whea it's all alone, Stealing through tie rushes, Happy as the day is long, Xe er speaking hut in song. Singing at the inornins's dawn, When the day is breaking; Singing when the light's withdrawn, And the stars are waking; Watching, singing, through the night, Singing, v, aiting for the light. Sinking in the April days, When the clouds ara weeping; Singing through the summer haze, When the men are reaping; Singing through the Autumn's chill, Through...

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 July 1881

"W Tfr rtvfVVifis.' 5 !vsf ;-?5 - ! ' J. ,, - ' i Ti . I . . J I .. -V r.-" fz: ii i , .the city suiatinguiithe beautSr of the location arid the many advant- ages -which -this thriving community -suggests".'- In the matter of businfw - ttipti Tnln lma a -ar'ffoaw&ke. hen?etfC. "set of men, which is attested jbyl the -fact that they- secufed te building of this roadagainst unusual 'competition. ' J J1 XN THE EVENING. In the evening-'-the programme of the day was concluded by a grand ball at the Opera House, and" a-soeiablet the'court house. Both werewell st- tended' by ihe young jpeaple) and in spiifce of the unusual heat Jmuch pleas - we was found by those in attendance. ' This ended a day which rill long be remembered by the people of Fort Scott and -Iola. The.Teturn to Fort Scott was a pleasant moonlight -ride, which was enjoyed in spito of -the fa tigue of the day. -.-0 . ' ! u! thb BAILBOAD. Jp CQclusWn'e'feel-compelled to speak of- the railroadfto whom we are indebted for t...

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 July 1881

y i -r -, ,.7r- t '. fmm ytA V1 1 'L. ; ilW ( IOLA REGISTER. ? s j r T6L.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 29, 1881. NO. 32 V ROACH & WOOD DEAUEB8 XX AGRICULTURAL mplement Of aU Kinds. CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, HARROWS, WIND MILLS, Sewing Machines, BUGGIES, iHmGOl KANSAS WAGONS PUMPS, AND Sulky Flows with Breaker Bottoms. FIELD ,liD(;iRDEi SEEDS. .S3" Remember we keep every thing: in the line of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Give OB a call And see what we can do. J. E. IRELAND'S PRESCRIPTION Drug Store! soottct METROPOLITAN DRUG STORE. A complete stock of DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS,VAENISHIS, PATENT MEDICINES WHCDOW GLASS, STATIONERY, COMBS, TOILET SOAPS, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLE8, Wholesale & Retail DB. J. W. SCOTT Gives bis entire attention to the business and will always be found at the store dnring busi ness hours, and at his residence nights and Sun days, ready at any time, night or day, Vi furnish medicines or compound prescriptions with care and accuracy. This is the best place in the co...

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. — 29 July 1881

. -k A sv ,Ni ""r1- Weeds. A weed is a plant oat of its proper place. A stool of wheat or a potato growing in a corn-field is as ruthlessly de-troyed as a thistle, and is as much a weed fn every respect. But how strange it is that farmers who will agree per fectly m this view as regards the wheat or the potato, will not only permit pumpkins and beans to grow with their corn, but actually deceive themselves into the belief that they are gaining an advantage over " Dame Nature " on the sly. "The stars keep not their motion in one sphere," nor can two nviss.es of matter occupy the same place, and neither can two plants grow together witnout dividing the fertility of the soil between them. And so a plant, what ever it may be, that is out of place is a weed, and purloins from the crop a certain quantity of its nutriment for ev ery loaf that" it produces. . Weeds abound everysvhere. They are so com mon that a man too often believes them to be a -necessary evil and one that he fights again...

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. — 29 July 1881

V f Experiments In Pig-FeediBg. We collate the following facts from the Second Biennial Report of the Sec retary of the Kansas State Board of Ag riculture, 1879-80. The experiments were undertaken to ascertain whether t the Western plan of feeding in open fields, in cold weather, is more profita ble than feeding in sheltered yards or pens. Ten pigs, all Berkshires, were fed, each in a different manner, and the result carefully noted. During the sum . mer preceding, and up to the time the experiment began, all the pigs were kept in a large pasture-field mostly prairie grass, but .containing a small proportion of orchard grass and alfalfa receiving an ear of corn per pig each day. The pigs, were a remarkably uni form lot, and of very excellent quality. Half the pigs were arranged in the base ment of a warm stone barn, and the others in an open yard on the south side of a close board fence, five feet high, but without other protection, except straw "nests," which were furnished both se...

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. — 29 July 1881

TtTwiTwt r i r K x u ?5 IOEA REGISTER. TERMS : One year, in advance, j.....t....v $200 Sir months, in dvaa.cc ,.... 1 00 Three-months, id advance, e 50 i ; ,f ' ZOirrccdtrt, in rcplgingu listrtistments in Tint RWHMT.ii, vxll confer favor bg tlaltng to Jfie adtLiMTX that tkcj tat) tie advertisement ih rTiuffotxlUGtdTER. ,. , r, 'lit-, OFFICIAL PAPER-OP COUNTY. -JEPDBUCAN CODHTT COFvENTION. 1. The Republican County Convention. Cor. Allen county, to place in nomination candidates-for v Treasurer,. Clerk, Sheriff, Uegister of Deeds, Surveyor and Coroner, will be hfdd at the Court i House in Jola at 11 o'clock a. m., . . SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 1831. , The different townships are entitled to the fol lowing representation: Genera, 5 delegates; il)eer Creek, 5; Osage, 4; Marmaton, 4; lola;!?; Elm, 4; Eismore, C; numboldt, 13;. Salem,' 3; Cottage tirote, 5. t It is recommended that the Republican voters I meet at their respective places of holding elec filous on Tuesday, Sept. Cth.-for th...

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. — 29 July 1881

r- i -5 'j-x -? r - IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, JJJLY 29, 1881. J. C., It. & S. R. $. TIME TABLE. A'asskngerdTii?0..- . ,2 11 p h IHEOUGH FllEIGfcT-Diily: 3 tai'u' JWAYFCEIGHT.DiayexMpis.iidiy 3 1 v.. .rASSENGEllffi0.800- 3 ap x .'THROUGH FREIGHT-Daily" 5 35a m . ? ffn'iectlons made at Kansas City and . nrougU tickets for sale to all eastern points. K. S. Atkks, Xocal Agent. HRememl)er Bowlus loans -money at NINE PER CENT. annual interest. No Commis- jSions, and no interest paid in .advance. LOCAL MATTERS. Butinett Local under this heading among editorial notice uill be charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. Jio deviation from thi rate to antone. V Iola boonieth. "We need a good rain. Cooler weather has prevailed this week. Nature tried hard to give us a rain Tuesday. Did you go to the circus at Scott .yesterday. The racket over the location of depots still rages. The Wichita road now runs two .trains a day. There is quite a building boom in Iola at present. Dr. H. C. Boulso...

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