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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 October 1881

THE IOLA REGISTER FnblUhed Every Friday. IOLA- - KANSAS. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Gen. John C. Fremont has resigned as Governor of Arizona. The election of Windom for U. S. Senator from Minnesota is assured. Gen. Joseph C. Abbott, ex-United States Senator, died at Wilmington, N. C, on the 8tb. It is said that the Emperor of Ger many and Bismarck have offered the Pope an asylum at Cologne. The French guests were dined by Secretary Blaine on the loth, and the Ger mans by the German Minister. Subscriptions to Mrs. Garfield's fund received and paid to the United States Trust Company amount to $3G0,345. It is now announced by Mr. Scoville, counsel for Guiteau, that all questions of jurisdiction and malpractice will be waived, and the defense take their stand on the plea of insanity alone. This determination has been arrived at because of the short time in which they have to prepare for trial, and because of the discovery of Guiteau's appli cation some time ago for a pension. Gu...

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. — 28 October 1881

W-Wimnm THE IOLA KEGISTER. rabUahed Erery Friday. TOLA. KANSAS. LIGHTS ALONG THE SHORE. The wild sea thunders on the shore, "The wind blows chill from off the wold. The sea-pulls rather on the cliffs, And prate and chatter or the cold; The bourse winds bkur.the sun has set And "Life," I said, "as like the sea Cruel, it casts our wrecks ashore, In tempest and in Kisery." -A singing voice cane up the cliffs, A child with blue eyes, irravc and sweet, And fair hair blown about her face, hped up the puth with tiyiny feet. ""The nshiog-boats are In!" she cried, "We've watched for them a day or more." And looking down I saw the nets. And lights were glaucing on the shore. "At yestcr eve my mother wept, 'The white pulls tlew far out to sea. The great waves beat upon the sand, The surf rolled in so heavily; .At yonder door she stands and waits. And singing still, she flitted past. "1 thank i heo, O my God!" i said, '"There are whose ships come back at last!" Auialie LaFurgt, iii Scribnefa Mo...

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. — 28 October 1881

IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : One year, in advance, 00 Six months, in udrance 1 'JJJ Three months, in advance, 50 J3"0ur recden, in replying to advertisements tn This Kegisteu, trill confer a favor by Mating to the advertisers that thCj sw the civet lifcmtnt tit TirG IOLA RUGtSTtt. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. FRIDAY, OCTpBER 28, 1881. Republican Ticket. por Teasurer I...W. H. McCLTJRE. For County Clerk T. S. STOVER. For Sheriff. -DAVID WORST. For Register of Deeds J. S. FAST. 3'or Surveyor .....G. DeWITT. For Coroner..,. w A. J. FULTON. Announcements. HO TJIK VOTERS OP ALLKX COUXTY. Gentlemen: I hereby announce myself an In dependent candidate for the ollice of sheriff of Alleueounl.y. Albert Hodgson-. Fair Lawn Items. Tue Fair Lawn Post 0aco litis been discontinued, and we now receive our mail daily at Moran. Mr. Dawson is. deputy P. M. until Mr. West receives his commission a 1'ost-master. Mr. B. Kinney, of Texas, Iiehigan, has decided to locate at Moran, and will soon have in a stock of g...

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. — 28 October 1881

TO IT ItlT MI Being too busily engaged to arrange an advertisement, I take this oppor tunity to thank you for your past patronage, and solicit the same in the future. Believing that by making our interests mutual, as I have for the past two years, is the proper way of doing business. Taking every advantage of the Markets, as well as the Advertised prices of my competitors, I have been able to give you bargains, and the best quality goods at a very small profit, which, by quick sales, has made for me my business a success. I am now opening one of the best Selected Stocks I have ever brought to this market, and at prices on a great many articles lower than ever before. So come early and examine for yourselves. Remenibering that our motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits (with the modern improvement for cash.) JBSTLook out for my advertisement next week.a J. W. McCLURE. Tlie Following Prices -AT- KLMMAM & ESHBAUflH'S Will pay 14c for eggs and 22cforchoicebutter. 7 pounds Choice lii...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 October 1881

Pure Air aad Ilealth. It is hard for one to "keep up his pints1 in certain states of the weather, -and some poor wretches attempt to remedy this by "pouring spirits down." It is not the degree of heat or cold, of crvness or moisture, whiclrgives to the -air a depressing or a bracing influence; neither can it be any chauge in the proportion of nitrogen ror oxygen, for this is invariable. Some have" at tributed it to the amount of ozone that lappeus to be present, a word that is Jiscd to indicate a modification of oxy .gen, developed by electrical act'on in thunder storms, and the existence of 'which is detected by a peculiar smell in "the atmosphere. There are persons who are a kind of living barometer, and they tell you they can "feel it in their bones1' when the wind is about to change or a thunder storm is impend ing. Rheumatic people are particular ly gifted in this respect. . The indispensableness of pure air in order to the enjoyment of high health was not much appreciated in 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. — 28 October 1881

The Life of a Cowboy. To boys who are growing up in the fer Western towns the cowboy's life Las exactly such a fascination as the Bailor's life has for boys of the Atlantic States. The life is looked on by them as a career of considerable excitement and adventure. This is a consideration that appeals more to boys than to sober minded men, and yet it is the means of drawing not a little of the best young brain and muscle into this channel. As compared with the quiet plodding life of a farmer's boy, it does indeed seem a life of wild excitement. As the led men retire farther and farther into the West and North, the "cow-puncher" is the first precursor of civilization. The Tery great advantage of being the first occupant of a new range keeps the cattle-men forever pushing onward and taking the risks of ioo close proximity to the savages. The life on one of these frontier ranges has a good deal of adventurous excitement about it in the way of encounters with all the nu merous varieties ...

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. — 28 October 1881

WR.I(3HT'3 Grocery Store Is the place to buy Com, 10 cents per Can. ;Sl4.MOS(r, 15 cts. per can. WA M Seel, 20 cts. pert pactee. Choice Syrup Cheap, .All Mud Country Produce Wanted. stfVe respectfully ask a call from all who "wish groceries at. bottom figures. MRS. JULIA A. B. WHITNEY DEALER IX Musical Instruments, Sewing Machines, General Musical Jfercliandise, FANCY AND LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS South Side Public Square, IOLA, KANSAS J. W. KESTERSON, Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, QTJEEftSWAKE Country 3?rpduce. 53"Iatronage solicited, putectl" Give me a call. Satisfaction giiar- STRICKLAND & BROWN, rr.orniEioRS Feed & Sale Stable. (Opposite Commercial Hotel) KADISOX A.VJSXUE, z z z Iola, Kansas. Knowing the grovingdemandsof our flourish ing city, we are determined to meet them, and can assure the public generally that we are pre pared to furnish the Vct lively Jeflius at reas onable rates. Special Attention given to Transient Custom, 3COME AXD SEE US.-C2 OTTErS BAKER...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 4 November 1881

fc I I IOLA REGISTER. YOL. XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 4, 1SS1. NO. 46 ffJ? H OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. S3-OFFICIAL VXPEK OF ALLEX CODSTV.- OFFICIAL PAPKK OF THE CITV OF IOLA. Advertising Rates. srACE. jl vk i wkTl mo. 3mo. 6mo.il y. 1 inch Sfou SI M 8:5 00 $5 (H) $7 .VI 810 2 inches.... 2 00 2 30 4 00 7 fiO 10 00 15 3 inched 2 50 3P0 00 10 IK) 15 00 20 .! column.. 3 50 5 00. 8 50 12 00 20 ' ''-' X column.. COO S Gfr! 12 00 25 00 40 00! B5 1 colinn... 10 00 IhOh 25 )- 4U 00 fc."i 00 1 100 Subscription Rates. One copy one year S2'.00 fine copy six months 100 'i'lyee monljs, 50 c?nts. Six weeks, 25 cents, single copy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefferson Avcnne and Broadway St. Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:.!0 J), in. O&ss meeting immediately after the morning service. Sunday School at !i:30 a. m., W. II. Mftvens Superintendent, l'rajer meeting every Tturday evening at 7:.'50 p. m. Strangers and visitors in the city and all others cor...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 4 November 1881

THS iola eegister. IOLA. Published Every Friday. . . T - KANSAS. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Gen. Francis A. Walker, Superin tendent of the Census Bureau, has resigned. Windom has been returned to the United States Senate from Minnesota, to fill his unexpired term. Mr. C. O. Rockwell, of St. Loui3, a relative of the late President Garfield, has been appointed by President Arthur an In spector of the Post-office Department, with headquarters at St. Louis. At Washington, on the 25th, the French Minister received and entertained the French guests of the nation in royal style. All the diplomatic corps, members of Congress, naval and other prominent men were present. An advance in railway rates, both passenger and freight, has been inaugurated by the Pennsylvania Company, and other roads are expected to follow suit, with the evident hope of soon restoring rates to ante war figures. The official canvass of the vote for Governor in Ohio shows the following re sult: Foster (Rep.), 31...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 4 November 1881

THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. SHE ONLY TOLD WHAT SHE HAD HEARD. Says Mrs. Brown, Of Slandcrtomi, "It may, or may not be; I only tell You know me well "What lolks have told to mo. " They say that Fife And his young wife Get on quite awful, dear; They cold and llRht Jlotb day and nifrht Or that is what I hear. " And who would think That Smith should drink The way he does, good Lord! Or so they say; My dear, I pray Tou will not take my word. " And there's Miss Burt, The saucy flirt, She's talked about; I've heard Such f rjghtf ul thinjjs, It blushes brings To tell them, 'pon my word. " O dear, they say The other day That Itev. Dr. Bird And Miss Montcalm Went arm-in-arm Down Broadway so I heard." Says Mrs. Jones, In chilling tones, " Tou have quick ears, my dear; Just till them full ith cotton wool; You hear too much, I fear." Boston Transcript. THE ENGINEER'S STORY. Mayhap, stranger, you hev ben over the Pennsylvany Central Railroad. As jou may say, I was bor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 4 November 1881

IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : One year, hi advance, Six months, in tititiftice Three mouths,, in advance, 60 2 09 ,...i uu n30urrcrfcrs,';si replying to eCveriitzMtnts in iTiik Keqistkk, will confer afator by iltfovj to Ztie advertisers that they sato the vdvtrluettnt in The lot v Ruci&TEU. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. I' FRIDAY, NOVBMEEU 4, 1S81. flepiibllcnt Ticket. Tor Teasurer ...W. H. McCLURE. For Couutv Clerk T. S. STOVER. For Sheriff..... DAVID WORST. For Register of Deeds J. S. FAST. For Surveyor. G. DeWITT. "For Coroitor A. J. FULTON. Announcements. TOTHEVOThU OF ALLEN" COIBfTT. " -Gentlemen: I herebv announce m self an In dependent candidate for the office or Mieriir o Allen coutit . Albeit Hodcssov. J. H. Richards returned home Wed nesday and went to Girard Thursday niorniug ou railntit. business. There may be something behiuO the 'confederate bond speculation now ex isting, but, one (thing is certain, they will never J,e j?aid by those who are on guard ftov. Messrs Nealaml DeH...

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. — 4 November 1881

M5nSBSSP"n"9!H5 Fa-ESErST FOR THE3 FILL MB WIHTEH CAMPAIGN! Witlp the Largest Stock of DBY GOODS AND CLOTHING Ever shown fyi Iola. Note the Following: JLlahorae Stock of Black and Colored Silks and Satins, fftack and Colored Cashmeres, Dress Goods, Worsted and Cotton Dress Goods in Profusion. Immense stock of all Wool Flannels and Yarns, Cotton Flannels, Men's and Boys' Cas- simeres at Astonishingly Xp Q W PRICES! (Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Torsion Laces, Fine stock of Em- broideries and Irish Trimmings, Call- jcqcs in abundance at PRICES to suit Everybody. IOLA REGISTER. K. C., L. & S. R. R. TIME TABLE. ftOIXCI SOUTH. IASKXGKK DaUy ULUUUGII FKKJ.UJIT DaUy .12 It P.M. 9 13 v. M WAY FUKIGHT,Inllvc.cept Sunday ' 23 r.M. JjTOCKEXl'KLsS UHy ! 3 1' H. (.OIXCfOHCU. lASi:XGKR Daily 3 25 P. M. THKOUG1I FKiniiHT DaHy 5 5.iA.st. WAYFi:KluinMally.c:eHSunIayl2 H p.m. TlIUUUUII FKKiUHt D.illv. . 11 2. P. Si. Clu.-i connections jmihUj ap Kansas City ami liruuxlt tick...

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. — 4 November 1881

-fcrfo iBArffv Swrti-'iwiiJit The Germs or Disease Fungous Growths in the Human System An interesting lecture was delivered last evening before the members of the Academy of Natural Sciences by Dr. Horatio C. Wood, Professor of Materia Medica in the University of Pennsyl vania, on the Fungous Origin of Dis ease. The researches of which the evening's lecture was the outcome were made by Dr. F. G. Formad and by Prof. Wood, under the auspices of the Na tional Board of Health, and referred more especially to the plant which pro duces diphtheria and is known under the name of micrococci. The lecturer related the work done by himself and colleague in the summer of 1880 in experimenting upon animals by the introduction of diphtheritic membrane. Most of them, it was found, had died from consumption, though a false membrane had been produced similar to that seen in diphtheria in the child. A severe epidemic of diphtheria having occurred in Ludington, Michi gan, in 1880, Dr. Formad visited th...

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. — 4 November 1881

Farmers' Hired Help. While the farmer has as yet had but little trouble from strikes" and con flicts in general with hird labor, it would seem with the annual increasing scarcity of obtaining good help that something might be devised in the man ner of hiring help that would increase and promote the relations between em ployer and employe, and tend to check the emigration of our farm hands both to the West and cityward. It is only now and then that a man" can be found who has worked several years for one farmer, and the rule is for hired men to be constantly changing location. Largo numbers of the farmers hire men con tinuously, and no farmer is so utterly mean but that he can obtain a hired man, a fact that indicates that there might be far less changing if a little different system was introduced regu lating labor itself. Usually the farm help is hired for a year, or so much per month, and be tween milking, chores and the like, a day's work is commenced at daylight and the end is' ...

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. — 4 November 1881

". -gx&ir- ?" Road Notice. (Chas. Vandever et al. STATE OF KAXSAS, -. AIXEX COCXTT, y' The State of Kansas to whom it may .concern: "Whereas, application lias been mtde by peti tion to the Board of County Commissioners of paid county, for locating a county road, as fol lows, to-wlt. ' Commencing at nw corner of section 25, town 23, range 20, thence west two (2) miles, to ne tcomer or section 28, town 23, range 20, thence bouth one (1) juie to se corner of section 2&, own23, range 2 J. And whereas, M. B. Dawson, N. Fre-ler-Sckaon and James Taylor, viewers or said county have, been ordered by saTd County Com missioners to view and locate said road. Therefore, you are hereby notified that said viewers and surveyor will proceed, on the 19th day or Nov., 18S1, at lf o'clock a. m., atthe place or beginning or said road, to view, sur vevand locate said road, and perform what soever other duties n8areaux&e$ or them by law; and unless vou then file a written applica Vi.iii trith ...

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. — 11 November 1881

TU.C - ? BSESS. T IOLA REGISTER. V VOL. XV. I0LA3 ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 11, 1881. N0.47 b OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. jQ-OFFICIAL PAPEB .Or ALLEX CODXTX.5 OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE CITY OF IOLA. Advertising Rates. srAUE. 11 WKiawkll mo..'Jmo.Cmo.l y. 1 inch 3. inches 3 inches.... 'i column. . ? column.. 1 col-mn... 81 00 $1 .ri(l $3oo 4 GO GOO 8 50 $5 00 7 50 10 00 12 00 25 00 40 00 $7 50 10 00 15 00 20 00 40 0)1 63 00 $10 15 20 : C5 100 2 00 2 .10 2 SO 3 00 5 00 800 350 COO 10 00 12 00! 1.-0J 25 00 Subscription Rates. ,One copy one year ,..'. $2.00 One copv six months 1 00 U'hree months, 50 cents. Six weks, 25 cents. Single copy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefferson Avenue and Broadway St. Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:30 j. m. jUlasa meeting immediately after the morning 'eervice. Sunday school at Jt:30 a. m., W. II. "Slavens Superintendent. Prayer meetiiiB every Thursday eveuing at 7::!0 p. m. Strangers and visitors in the city and all others c...

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. — 11 November 1881

mszimftaaammam r, K v - M 1 I THE IOLA KEGISTER. IOLA. YabUibed.Erexy Friday. . . - KANSAS. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Decrease of the public debt during October, $13,321,458. t President Arthur went to New York on the 3d, to remain until after the State election. The Executive Committee of the Mis louri River Improvement Association have called a Convention to be held at St. Joseph on the 29th of November. Immediately following the adjourn ment of the Senate the President appointed Strathani Postmaster at Lynchburg, Va., in place of Wilson, suspended. - England has been visited byase- vere snow-storm,wu;u o t a rather brisk gale. In some of the mid land counties the snow fell to a depth of two feet. The late Governor Wiltz, of Louisi ana, left his widow and five children in pov erty and a committee of leading citizens has appealed to the people of the State to pro vide a fund for them. Eureka Springs, Ark., has been de clared by Governor Churchill a city of the first-class....

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. — 11 November 1881

T3 THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. - KANSAS. IOLA. LITTLE MEG AND I. You ask me, mates, to spin a yarn, bcforo wo go below: Well, as the night is calm and fair, and no chance for a blow, ril Rive 3 ou one a story trae as ever yet was told- For, mates, I wouldn't lie about the dead; no, not for gold. The story's ot a maid and lad, who loved In days gone by: The maiden was Meg Anderson, the lad, mess mates, was I. A "neater, trimmer craft than Meg was very bard to tind; Why, she could climb a hill and make five knots anin the wind; And as for l.irnm' hulks and spars: I've often heard it said That she could give the scholar's points, and then come out ahead. The old schoolmaster used to say, and mates, it made me cry. That the smartest there was little Meg; the greatest dunce was I. But what cared I for larnin' then, while she was by my side: For, though a lad, I loved her, mates, and for her Avould ha e died; And she loieil me, the little lass, and often have I smiled When ...

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. — 11 November 1881

$ VSSF " tF,f:v , - X 3r '"v '?? Ik Fdr? IOLA REGISTER. terms : -I.One year, 'n advance, T. . . Siv monthi, in adVnnmj, -..- T!vree montbin -Mlvasce, ..-.... .$2 00 .. 1 00 . 50 T$-Qrre(iter?, in replying to advertisements in Tnii Kkvi."ter, citliiJ(T tfcvor by. stating to Jtht advertises thqt they taw the advertisement in U'lIK 1QI.A. REGISTER. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1881. The Election. jTu New York the outlook is that the Democras carry the State. In Virginia the Iteadjusters have elected their State ticket, and have a good majority on joint-ballot in the Legislature. In Connecticut Republicans prob ably carry the day. Massachusetts goes strongly Repub lican, as vas expected. In Pennsylvania reports are pot definite., but it is generally conceded that Republicans are ahead. Mississippi goes Democratic, of course.. Minnesota, Republican, of course. Wisconsin sure for the Republicans by 10,000 majority. Local elections in Nebraska and Kansas generally Republi...

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. — 11 November 1881

1 ' -"" re ' A -t tf ( f. PALL AID WINTER With the Largest Stock of DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING Ever shown in lola. Note the Following: -Elaborate Stock of Black and Colored Silks and Latins, Black and Colored Cashmeres, Dress Goods, Worsted and Cotton Dress Goods in Profusion. Immense- stock of all Wool Flannels and Yarns, Cotton Flannels, Men's and Boys3 Cas- " simeres at Astonishingly Xi O "W IFIRiaiESI Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Torsion Laces, Fine stock of Em oroide? ies and Irish Trimmings, Call eves in abundance at PRICES to suit Everybody. Ol7R MOTTOs No Trouble to Show Goods and Give Prices ! Men's, Youth's and Boys' Suits; Men's, Youth's a,nd Boys Overcoats; Sack and Dress Coats, White and Percale Shirts; Cotton and Wool Shirts; White, Merino and Cotton Underwear, Medicated Flannel, Canton Flannel Underwear, from the best to the cheapest. Of every style and description. Woolen and cot ton Socks; Suspniders, Ties, Scarfs, Handker chiefs and Gloves of eve...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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