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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 29 July 1881

JT;;!af Pf$elt'p- THE IOLA EE&ISTER. FaklUhed Brery FrkUy. TOLA. - - KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES A Summary of Important Erenta. The mortality record of Cincinnati for the week ended July 16th showed 264 deaths from sunstroke, and from excessive heat 150 a total of 414. The greatest num ber of deaths on one" day from this cause was 86, on the 14th. The fifth biennial Convention of the Katlonal Cotton Exchange of America met at St. Louis on the 20th, seventy delegates being present. President John B. Lafitte declined a re-election, and Mr. Louis Bush, of New Orleans, was chosen as his succes sor. A telegram from Fort Smith says that Governor Overton, of the Chickasaw Nation, has issued a proclamation disbanding his militia, with the understanding, howev er, that their services may be required shortly. The men are leaving for their homes. i The Uavajos are so greatly dissatis fied with their Agent, Galen Eastman, that they have risen in open mutiny, and all the Asency employees have fle...

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. — 29 July 1881

r 'A THE IOLA BEGISTER. VaMUfcwd Cray Zrlday. IOLA. ---. KANSAS. SONNETS FROM THEAFGHANESE .M,Iny?nturinS to publish a tew specimens of ?n. '"erature of a remote race, who have latelv attracted the attention of the civilized world, I deem it necessary to offer a word of splanat:on, lest the reader should conclude xiiat the colloquialisms of Cnbool are too suspiciously like the slang of our own me. tropulu. fair William Leslie, in his admirable wprk on the "Social Life and Manners of the Alghans'says: "Their poetry is rnde and simple, full of colloquial phrase?, and cele prates only the primitive passions and most familiar surroundings of their daily life." It will be obacrv ed that this remark is eminent lytrue, if the following sonnets are faithfully typical of 1'ushtaneh literature. In trans at lag, 1 have been at some pains to preserve a natural atmosphere by substituting for the idioms of the Pushtu language some ot our own colloquialisms as most nearly corres- pond. In no other...

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. — 29 July 1881

mmnw Our Pensioners. The money required to pay pension ers has suddenly jumped from about $28,000,000 to $90,000,000, for that enor mous sum will be required next year, and $120,000,000 the year after, and the Lord only knows when the maximum will be reached. Col. Bently, pension commissioner, who was 'fbfcea to re sign for no cause except to play into the hands of the Washington "pension agents, in a conversation last Ja onday among other things said : The number of new pensions grant ed during the year will be abqut 25,000 exclusive of the war of 1812 pensions. The settlements next year ought to reach from 45,000 to 50,000. First there are probably from 5,000 to 7,000 cases on the files ready, or nearly so, for the issue of certificates. We have exhaust ' ed the pension appropriation for this year g40.302.30G.58, and have been compelled to carry over into July nearly all the June settlements. I think they will require for the first .payment about $50,000,000, This add ed to the ex...

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. — 5 August 1881

"W - c -.-vft' e'"' TOLA REGISTER. ,Ji 5S., -'W -v.-i- ,.5r 1 i 'A L A'L L. j x .-.i.4 1 v '''" ' ' VOL. XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 5, 1881. NO. 33 ROACH & WOOD DEALERS IS AGRICUIiTUmAIi IMPLEMENTS -2 & Of all Kind. . CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, HARROWS, WIND MILLS, Sewing Machines, BnGGIES, SPBIH& AB0NS3 ' KANSAS WAGONS PUMPS, AND ., 'Sulky Plows with Breaker Bottoms. HELD AND GARDEN SEEDS. snItcmemher re keep ovcrv thine in the lino or FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Give us a call .and sec w liat we can do. J. E. IRELAND'S PRESCRIPTION Drug Store! With Riehardt $ Lakin, South tide Public Square. Zola, Kansas. Keep constantly on hand a full line of zdiirittig-is MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY. Fancy and Toilet Articles. Mr. ti A. LAKIN "WiU have charge of the Prescription Department Anil -i III nttcnil to all calls DAY or NIGHT. rc'PrrAcriptio'ii cnirfully lomj.ounded fiorn thi .be'tl di-uiji to be obtained. GIVE US A CALL KLAUMA1 & ESIIBAUCH DKAi.r.i:.- l.v Groceries Jtl...

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. — 5 August 1881

"TvrfWVgjfr1 ' THE IOLA EEGISTER. Polished Krexy Friday TOLA. - - - KANSAS. PERSONAL AKD GENERAL. NEWS AND NOTES - " Summary of Important Eveati. Domingo Santa Maria has been elected President of Chili. ' The Mescalero Indians are reported to have taken the war-path. A beport is in circulation that Gould has purchased the Atchison & Nebraska road as a feeder to the Union Pacific. Justice Nathan Clifford, the old est member of the Supreme" Court of the United States, died on the 25th, at Cornish, Maine, aged 78. Secretary Windom has instructed the Collector of Customs at Boston to use every endeavor to ascertain the parties who hipped the infernal-machines from that dty that were recently received by steamer in England. The Treasury Department ordered the discontinuance of the manufacture and tale of gold tokens stamped "quarter dollar-' and "half dollar." Persons manufacturing or selling such tokens are rendering them selves liable to penalties of both fine and im prisonment. Th...

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. — 5 August 1881

THE IOLA BEGISTER. fabllaked Krerjr Friday. IOLA. .... KANSAS. r7: AN OLD-FASHIONED WOOING. Footprints of soms shy lover show . Where they go rom village to farni, in the morning snow. The farmer, florid and well-to-do, Bluster. "Who Is that bashful boy comes here to woo:" With burning blushes and downcast eyes, Xfllie tiies To tell her trouble, but only cries. The simple secret which poor Xell Cannot tell, The anxious mother interprets well. And out of a viae andtender heart, Takes the part Of her child, with gentle, persuasive art. "Somebody once came wooing me, Sly as he! They may be poor, but so were we. 4"Xo matter for wealth and grand display,' You would say: 'We can be happy! Then why can't they? "We are proud, who were humble then; but oh! High or low, Happier days we snail never know!" "Pooh, pooh! well, well!" lie yields assent, lint must vent His grudging fatherly discontent. That she, their child, so jealousy reared, iso endeared By all they have borne for her, hoped and...

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. — 5 August 1881

m IOLA REfolStfek. I i TERMS : One year, in advance,.:...;.. Six mouths, fa adnuice, Three.mq.nths, in advance',... ...92 ... 1J0O ... se 53-Our readers, in replying to advertittmenti in the advertitTt that thry tew, the -Ueertitment ta OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUHTT. msmoi coomr wmM .. The Republican County Con veuUon lor.; A41ea county, to place .in nomination .candidates Xpr .Treasurer, Clerk, Sherjff. Register pr Deeds, Surveyor and Coroner, will be hnld-at the Court House In lola at 11 o'clock a.m. , i .. .-SATURDAY', SKPTSMBKR Wh, 1881. , The different -townshrpe. ae .'entitled to the fol- 'iowing .representation-: ' Uenqya,. Meienies; ffiSSv CreSil; Q; 4;' Mansion, 4; lofa. 13; fclm, 4;,JUmore, 6; HuBbold, )3;. Salem, 8; Cottage Grove, 5. li . . , u If. is recommended that the Republican voters meet at their rfiuective nlaces of holding elec tions on Tuesday , . Sept. 61)1, for- the purpose of electing ueiegtee w,uiu wmpuuuu,- . .further recommended that the primary raeet- lugs l h...

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. — 5 August 1881

NOTICE! After August 31, 1881, the books of the firm will be closed for collection. All those knowing themselves indebeted will please call and settle accounts either by note or cash cash preferred. There will be a change of firm Sept. 1st, 1881. RICHARDS & LAKOT IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1881. K. O, !. S. R. . TIME TABLE. OOIXO ICOKTH. WAYFBEIGHT,Dalljrexeept8HBday 3 S6 r.u. aotxa booth. THKOUGH IwaOHT DallyJ."."" 5 WAYFKKIUHT.Dally except Suadaylt 11: p. if. dote eoasrcUoBS Bade at Kauai City aad knuhtickeU for sale to aUeastera points. "v"6" b. S. Anas, Local Age. fRemember Bowlus loans money at NINE PER GENT, annual interest No Commis sions, and no interest paid in advance. LOCAL. MATTERS. Butineu Local under thi heading among editorial notice will be charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. So deviation from thi rote to anyone. Anderson & DeClute Are closing out their SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, At Breatly Betoce Priees to mate room for Mr FALL AND WINTER S...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 August 1881

Throckmorton's "Ghost." It was a woman. Her name was El len Goodwin, and twenty-three years of her life were passed in teaching tne man contrition. As early as 1852 the public began to talk of John Throckmorton and John Throckmorton's "ghost." Wherever John Throckmorton was seen a shabbily dressed girl followed after him, dozged him with her presence and haunted him like a nightmare. If he left his hotel in the morning to walk down the street, this shadow in dingy black would appear promptly at his heels, saying not a word nor breathing to those who observed an intimation of her purpose. If John Throckmorton was at his club this woman hung faith fully about the door until he made his appearance, and then wherever he went she followed until perhaps he sought refuge in his private chamber, where bolts and bars kept her back. No mat ter if it rained pitchforks, if it were hot ter than hades or colder than the breath of the Arctic, John Throckmorton ap peared not in public but that his ...

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. — 5 August 1881

SSL 'tapOTUace of Pastnraj for Swine. s5s? For snm A vsWra nsof l,n i i. : much increased dissatisfaction at the greatly diminished nrnnnrtinn nt nine. cleieypork and bacon. The complaint ijef&ently heard about beef as well as piprir.; The generality of hogs are mass- wwmere iara, ana if the production of uuia me oniy, or even the leading, ob ject of the modern system of breeding hogs, the system had better be aban doned, as the vegetable fats and oils can be expressed to much more advantage, and in a purer state. Much food that is capable of forming muscle or flesh is now "wasted in the feeding of hogs to form fat alone. I have frequently stated that a very f at hog of 400 pounds can not bleed as much when killed, or sup ply as much nutriment.-as a muscular or lean-fleshed one weighing only 200 pounds. It is also the fact that the un natural management, which has led to the great reduction of muscular struct ure, has led to a still greater increase in the proportion of fat in 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. — 5 August 1881

"We are in receipt of 'the Advance, WebaTeasrdyandposlrivecurerorCstarrh, irom .Lane. JvranKlin count v. tvausas. 'i"i ""' .u'ui " j":',, -.. It is a six column folio, tbe outside patent; and -the inside home-print showing- 4oiff'e mechanical ability. Lane is a-little town of less than a hundred' eouls, and we don't see where the new -paper will get its support' to exist em;' Kightherewe take the op portunity to'say a. word, in regard to neWeurapers. Nearly every town ';u Kansas has from one to three papers, ;where in fad, there is a living ftjronly '-one, there will be three or four, In Vtiiue cases out of ten these new papers that are springing up in towns'where there is not support for them, are start ed by young men who:were yery tired on their arrival into"'America and have never recovered, ami' thinking thevwere empowered wltii the intel lect of Horace- Greeley embark in .the printing business." -Whatis the result? It is just; simply an existence of a few months and ttiey are ...

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. — 12 August 1881

IOLA REGISTER, IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 12, 1881. NO. 34 TOL.XV. " !! Ml . .. fa ,. . - I ROACH i & WOOD ,skkrs nr Implements Of all Zipds. CULTIVATORS, PLpWS, ,HARROWS, WIND MILLS, .Sewing Machines, .BUGGmSPPM WAGONS, SMSAS WAGONS PUMP, AND vSulky Plows with Breaker Bottoms. FIELD AND GJRDER SEEDS, 53-Bemember we keep every thin in the line of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Give us call and see what we can do. No More Ten Per Cent. Because Bowxus has $100,000 to loan in ny sums desired, at OJMLY HHOTE Per Cent. Interest payable once a year. No Commissions and no interest paid in advance, Kemember the full amount will be paid to borrower. Geo. A. Bowlus, XOX.A. KANSAS. That Pardon. The .Governor, explains that he com muted the sentence of Ames from seven years .to one because Jim Legate desired it. This is very thin. He might at least have asked some re spectable Allen County man and found out what people did think about it. St. John, has lost more friends by that trick than by a...

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. — 12 August 1881

The Northern SagarCae. Having had many year's experience in the making of sugar and syrup, both in the South and in Illinois, the writer of this article proposes to give the readers of the Times the facts and figures which hare resulted from this experience, which will interest every one who has suffered from the poor returns of ordi nary crops, and is, consequently desir ous to increase his income, or, at least, to lessen one of his principal "ten of expense. All the sorghum, broom-corn and mil let plants readily hybridize, and at once lose their distinctive qualities 'if grown near each other. By judicious care the better qualities of the sweet varieties have been developed, and we have the result in several improved sugar-canes the most noted of which is Minnesota amber. This variety has been exten sively grown in the Northwestern States with, in most instances, satisfactory, and in some cases, extraordinary results. From fifty to as much as four hundred gallons of syrup per acre...

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. — 12 August 1881

Marclts wk hare wet Tleleat Deaths. wif??6- the ey of Algiers, wai killed by his soldiers, November7, 1808. Selim, the third Emperor of the i.'urks, was strangled and his head ex. 1807 n the W f Constantinople, J I Emperor of Russia, was fobbed to death in his bed, March 12, Marie Antoinette, assassinated by the guillotine, October 16, 1793. Louis XVI., King of France, executed January 21, 1793. Gustavu3 III., King of Sweden, head cutoff, April 29, 1792. Ali Bey, Chief of the Mamelukes and Sovereign of Egypt, killed by a saber U'" LI 14. j Irwan VI., Czar of Russia, massacred . by his guardians, July 16, 1761. Konlikan (Thomas), King of Persia, assassinated by Sabah-Be and Moham med, Governor of Tauros, June 18, 1747. Charles XII., King of Sweden, shot by a soldier, November 30, 1718. Charles IV., tenth Duke of Mantua, poisoned by one of his mistresses, July 5, 1708. J Amnratb, Bey of Tunis, murdered by Ibrahim, Captain of the Guards, 1695. Cantacuzene, Prince of Swabia, poi soned b...

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 August 1881

IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : r3neyear, in advance, 2 00 "Six months, hi advance,., 1 three months, in advance, 50 VOnf ttbitrt, fe repttlng to fiioertuement n "Thk RxersTKR, willvomfer favor by tilting to the adctttit'ft Mat they taw the advertttement in Tiik Iola RKOisraa.- OFFICIAL PAPEH OP COUNTY. REPUBLICAN COUHTT CONVEMUf. m, T?Q,ii.i:-in Hnnntv Convention for Allen conntv. to place in nomination candidates for Treasurer, iicrK, oucuu, cij- .-, Surveyor and Coroner, will be hdd 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: Geneva, 6 delegates; Deer Creek, 5; Osage, 4; Marmaton 4: lora, 13; Elm, 4; Elsmore, (5; Humboldt, 13; Salem, 3; iufrecommended that the Republican voters meet at their respective places of holding elec tions on Taesdav, Sept. 6th, tor the purpose of electing delegates to this convention. It is further Tecommeaded that the primary meet ings be held 2 o'clock p. m...

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 August 1881

T Important Notice To make room for my Fall Stock now coming on, I will offer for the next 30 Days Special Bargains in all lines of goods, as I do not wish to carry over to next sum mer a very fine lot of goods now on hand, and therefore shall give Great Inducements to close cash buyers. The goods are not shop worn but first-class goods. I propose to bring on this fall an unusually large and valua ble stock of Dry (woods Clothing, Boots and Shoes, IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1881. K. C, I. & S. R. R. TIME TABLE. . GOING J.ORT1I. PASSEXGER Daily 12 11pm lllROUGli FREIGHT Dailv 9 IS, ji. XR&IGiIT'DaJJ -eJejitSundwr 3 S5 v.n. STOCK EXPRESS Daily. ." 9 34 .r M . coixa finnni PASSEXGER Dailv 3 25 r x. THROUGH PI.'EIGHT Daily 5 35 a' ji. VA FKEIGHT, Dally except Sundavli 11 p. ji. THUOL'GH FUEIGHt Daily. . . .11 0 p. i . Close connections madn nt Kansas t'ltv nmi hruugh'ticfcets for sale to all eastern points. R. s. Aykks, Local Agent. Mayor Battels completes this week an ad...

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 August 1881

TEE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA. - - T" - KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important Evento. Tun Ohio Prohibitionists convened at Columbus on the 4th indorsed the State ticket recently nominated at Loveland. Bishop Haven, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, died at Salem, Oregon, on the 1st, after a brief Illness. He was six ty years of age. The Land League will hold a National Convention in Dublin on the loth of Sep tember, "to con-iderthe best means of ob taining Irish land for Irishmen." The public debt statement for August 1 shows a reduction in the debt for July of 10,078,023; outstanding bonds, $1,621,111, 000; legal tenders, 59,359,015; debt, less cash in Treasury, $1,S30, 520,788. The City of Brooklyn, having post poned its Fourth of July celebration on ac count of the attempted assassination of the President, had a grand gala day on the 4th of August, as a token of rejoicing for the President's convalescence. A Washington dispatch of the 1st Bays Assistant Secretary of the Treas...

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 August 1881

THE IOIA REGISTER. MMlthad Kvexy Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. TOO OLD A LOVE. What ! Wilt thou have the work-worn hand, So late, to lie in thine? What ! Glows the sun so bright to-day Tbou'rt blinded by its shine? Or, rather, hast thou gone in thought Back to that Long Ago, When this poor hand was soft as silk And nigu as fair a snow! A'1.! then 'twas meet to prop the brow here shadows never stayed ; Twas meet to lift and bind away The brown hair of a maid; Twas meet to shade the eyes that looked straight out and toward the sun; But that slim girl of Long Ago And I we are not one ! But I, though I am sad and worn And faded from Youth's best. Will not pretend my day is high When it is in the west. Thou scornept to hold a light, old coin At its first worth to buy The fair new trappings of to-day. Thou'rt just and so am I! Thou sayest that, if my looks are old, Why then so is thy love ; But then 'twas locked within the draw With this old-fashioned slave! Not either of the ancient twain Is fit...

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 August 1881

OTJR ANNOUKCiaCEllT. 3- OFFICIAli PAPEB OF A1.LE5 COUKTY.2 '" OFFICIAL PIPES OF THFCITT OF IOLA.' Advertising Rates. space. ilWKKwkllnio. 3mo. 6mo. 1 y.- 1 inchj.... 2 inches...: 3 inches.... ,'i column. . H column. . , 1 coImiiu... $100 2 00 2 50 1.50 "2 50 3 00 "5'00 '800 15 00 iL&LOQ $5 00 $7 60 $10 4 W Ml 1U vvi la 6 00 10 00 15 (10 20 8 SO 12 00 20 00 35 12 00 25 00 40 00 05 23 00 40 00 65 00 100 350 BOO 10 00 Subscription Rates. rttin rnnr nno VCST $-.00 One-wpy six months !lifo?Wnth8, B0 cents . iJingle cony, 5 cents. 1 00 Six weeks, 25 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jeflcrson Avenue and Broadway St. Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting immediately after the morning service. Sunday school- at 9:30 a.'m., )V. II. Slavens Suierintnueiit. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. Strangers and visitors in the city and all others cordially invit ed to all these bervices. 1). T. SUMMERYIZ.I.B, Pastor. Presbyterian: .-...

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 August 1881

TiiumtamPomR'm&MmmmmmmiaamteKm-mmiW .Vaja o'J mrsdif IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 19, 1881. NO. 35 ,Y0L.XY. -. "J,rg!''P'MMBS7SaSagiSBaro.re W -.-.-.- .s-.?rT3m-j.v.J1j-iij uww- gt m a-ra. .--ms -n i Tanw- r C -,. v r V " ".lB f - r,) ' ! ' H' ''" -W T- !"! ' 'I 1 "' iw. -jtc- - :- j-" : 4cAr $oad Notice. .(H. W. Talcottetal.) .STATE OF.KAN8A8, ) AujcmCqostt, " ..The SUte of ansas to whom It may concern : WhereaaVappllcatlon has been made by peti tion to the Board or County CommiBalonerB of ' aald county, vfor locating a county road, aa fair lows tO"Hitt CkmHieralng37Xrods -west of the center or Bectlon aeTtownahlp 24, aonthof range 18 east, .In aald county, thence north 85 rods, thence 'east 37 Ji rode to a road running north and south .from the center or section 85 to the center or 'section 28 In jame town and range, the said 'roadtobeslAreetlnwidth. M mjt ' 'Also commelcing at the center or said section 2S aroresaid and running thence east to the east - line or said sec...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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