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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 November 1881

r7& ?.&$: ''W - -M-. Tj.j J. & 't . -r vs. Tkev Pigr Transformed A Thing , lieaaty and r Joy Ferever. r An Englishman, Mr. Gilbert by name, has just written a monograph on the pig which will do much toward restor ing that animal to his proper place in society. If Mr. Gilbert is to be behoved the pig has been treated with shocking injustice. We have made him dirty and loathsome, and we have then abused him because he is what we have made him. Everybody has noticed the differ ence between new and old pigs. The former are white, clean and decidedly pretty while the latter are no les3 ob jectionable. Ought we not to ask our selves U we ate in any moj icopuuaiuii. ;for the tranformation of the delicate new piciato the revolting middle-aged pig? To this question, Mr. Gilbert has an -answer ready, and that answer is far from flattering to us. In point of pig Mr. Gilbert is an un doubted pelagian. He holds, that the pir at birth is physically and morally pure, and that the fault...

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. — 11 November 1881

zrssi - Pickiriff our way through the purplish Bind rind stones- below the &arn, we discovered a little old woman laboring over a pile of nnmilled copper ore.. We had to look twice before we could as sure ourselves of her sex; not only was her dress perplexing, but there was' an unreality and weirdness in her person. She was very small, almost dwarfish, with bent shoulders and wrinkled hands and face, her skin had the texture of parchment, and was curiously, mottled with blue; her hair was thin and wiry. She seemed very old, but her eyes had a shrewd and penetrating quickness, and her movements were utterly with out decrepitude. Indeed, she applied herself to her work with the willing vigor of a strong young man, and the work consisted of shoveling the heavy blocks of ore into a small wagon rest ing on a temporary tramway. Shovel ful after shovelful was thrown in with an easy muscular swing, and. with much more activity than the average "navvy" ever exhibits. -Her petticoats end...

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. — 11 November 1881

rlr Lt V OboceryStore x jBtheplaccto&ny - Corn, 10 cents per Can. SALMON, 15 cts. per can. . Miiei Bird Seei, 20 cts. per lti. pactaie. Qhoim Syrup Cheap. All kimdp Couttxy Produce Wasted. 53-We respectfully ask a call from all who wish groceries atjbottom figures. oTTBira (Bread, Pies, Cakes, (Including Eye and Graham Bread.) WARM MEALS AT ALL HOURS. A complete line of Confectionery, Notions, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, Etc. - West Side -Pnblic Square, yOLA, KANS-Af YOUNG & CLARK'S BEE-HIVE STORE. We would respectfully ask you to call and ex amine our stock of DBY GOQDS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CATS, Groceries and Queensware. We are not in the habit of blowing but when it comes to good goods for the least money, we are alwajson hand. Butter and Eggs taken in exchange for Goods. YOUNG & CLARK. MRS. JULIA A. B. WHITNEY PEALEU I2T -Musical Instruments, Sewing Machines, General Musical Merchandise, FANCY AND LADIES' -FURNISHING GOODS South Side Public Square, IOLA, KANSAS...

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. — 18 November 1881

rZr-h S, '-' ,-,y r4r&''r' J g&-.T-V"- fi srs::nfT?i?:;tSSi l,&iPSWW5C-Jasr .,. I TT" iJ&1 raggSSS-gSS I;g5,x -n 4t a C - v J1 J ISMS .1$fc i TT 13 85 ,VitV: W?)if $j!i -3i5-i AJ. i J$"lf. HI 'tU ?t VOL. XV. r I0LA3 ALLM CQOTTt KANSAS, NOVEMBER-1 8, 1881. i .1 - NO. 48 . r 'iffcC IB tii-jf t.rtJr r -4r ftr a4-agsr,-Hj rw y , j .-,-,--i- rH " r , t - " mrr"rmmmKmmmmzzzmrmrT m v -- tB' AS- .OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. jES-OmciAL PAPER OF JUEKsCQP5TI.-C3 OFFIQlAL PAPER OF THE QIF IOLA. Advrtisiae Rates. SPACE. llW't SW't lmo. 3 mo. 6 mo. lv. 'l ipch ii inches.., 3 inches.... ,'i column., column.. 1 colinu.., $100 2 00 91 SO 3 50 300 503 00 .15 0J 3 OOJ $.1 H) $7 50 10 00 15 00 20 00 40 00 65 00 4 00 50 2.50 .3 50 6 00 ,10 00 6 001 10 00 8 50 li 00 12 00 i" 00 25 00 40 00 Smbscription Rates. One copy one year. v., ..$2.00 .One copy elx raontle. l oo -3hree months, 50 ceb'ts. Six weeks, 25 cents. Single copy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefferson AvenH...

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. — 18 November 1881

S-' -rtkal Kesnlte f Sanitary Setonce. I would submit the enclosed letter, -Written to the Council of oar Society of Arte, to show the money gain, as well : the gain in health and life, achieved -fore, as yet by incomplete, rudimentary -aaaitary measures. 1 hope to see early samples of their more complete appli cation in the United States: "The first British army went out to Crimea under the established curative -r medical service, and it was lost .Sanitary commissioners, trained in serv ice under the nrsc ueuerai ousru u Health, were then sent out to reform itfce condition of hospitals and camp, -nd within three months reduced the -aickness and mortality from a plague .fate down to an ordinary standard of health, and by the end of the summer of 1855 to a rate lower than that of the best hospitals at home; and the War Minister declared in Parliament that by tiie application of their science the sec ond army had been saved. Formerly the death rate in the Indian Army was -49 per 1,000...

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. — 18 November 1881

- -fc . -.ii r .JtjtK. je as a Sfillir Crap. The dry-, scasonM.a brought into prominent notice the subject of green fodder crops. For soiling or for pas turage, rye will be found 4he moit valuable crop of the' season. It is cheaper than wheat, is far better as a fodder, and is ready for use earlier. It is productive of milk if cut before it is hard and dry, and the surplus, if cut before the grain is formed, makes excellent hay. It will make a good crop of fod der upon poor soil and on this account i& especially adapted for the .beginning of a course of improvement of a poor farm. But there are some points in regard to its culture and uses upon which er roneous ideas are current. In the first place, there needs to be a thicker seed ing than is usual, when the crop is grown for grain, and the poorer the soil the thicker should be tne seeding up to four or five, bushels per acre. I Lave sown all the way from two-and-a-half to 'five' bushels to the acre, and three-and-one-half or f...

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. — 18 November 1881

Kg?'SL " IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : Onevear, in advance,'.... ?2n Si months, inadvauce, .....? .Three-months; in' advance,. 4.. . Tire REOisTifti, BV 7 fr,2f2? f he advertisers thdt (keg w the dvertisemeu yi The Iola KcuMKlt. ' OFFICIAL PAPER O COUHTY. jiBiDAY, nqvembse ft. .iff.- Thurlow Weed has voted for-sifty years against Democracy. ,The entire Republican ticket pi elected in Neosho county. Dr. Agnew's practice is reported to jhave considerably increased since bis .attendance upon, the President. There are five boys under sixteen .- i.i a :.. Jio niiniv iail' years 01 uge xuugcu. ,.rr.v , Vat Oswego charged with grand larceny. Cliff. Baker, of the CommonweaUb, sadly siugs: "Tis sweet to court, Jut 'oh, how sad to court'a girl with a fe jrocious dad." A fire atGirardlast week destroyed four buildings on one of tlie' business streets of the town, the loss being esti mated at about $30,000 and insurance Sl6,000. " Wayne McVeigh, professional re former, has cqt ae -an .enviable reputat...

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. — 18 November 1881

".sCE'v -V , T Jl -..li G,s-". H ' " ; -iC " . ff- . Maiai)aBpMgsjgigsSfi99S ""'"smss fi 4 -i PALL AND WINTER CAMPAIGN! TFita the Largest Stock of DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING Ever shown in lola. I Note the Following: Elaborate Stock of Black and, Colored, Silks and Satins, 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 Boys' Cas- simeres at Astonishingly ICW PRICES! Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Torshon Laces, Fine stock of Em broideries and Irish Trimmings, Cali coes in abundance at PRICES to suit Everybody. JOIA-REGISZER., , I SB S. R. R. TIME TABLE. K.C GOIXQ SOBTH. PASSENGER Dailv ., . MllF.Jf. THBOUGH FREIGHT-Daily......, 9 15 r. x. WAYFBEIGHT.DallyexceptSnBday SS5 r.u. STOCK EXMtESS Dady ' PASSENGER Daily . -' 0 OJA.Jt. r.x. P.M. 4M. r.i.frsta msiA flf. irnitAA, CltV Alld. hroagh tickets for sale to all eastern points. R. S. Atms. Local Agent. rrT...

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. — 18 November 1881

! -SfPPss.' wgW"''wvtfVTgaswr yssr THE IOEA REGISTER. FriUlahW Kvery FrMaj. TOLA. - - - - KANSAS. CURRENT TCP1CS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A Washington special says : " The bill providing for the admission of Dakota as a State has teen already prepared, and some Senators and Congressmen have pre pared speeches in support of the admission. The bill will be pushed vigorously. Senator David Davis will support it, which insures its becoming a law and the admission of the Territory as a State, with probably two Re publican Senators." In an election riot between whites and blacks at Marion Station, five miles north of Meridian, Miss., A. T. Harvey, Assessor, Joseph' Barnett, Jeff. Seegars and Vincent Seegars were killed and Levi More and James Hodges wounded. All these were white men. They are said to have been unarmed and un prepared for an attack. The negroes were led by Ad. Vance, a white man. After the shooting they retired to Vance's house, and an attempt to arrest them by the Sheriff's po...

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. — 18 November 1881

TO CORKS! POKDEXTI. AH communications for this paper should be accompanied by the name ol the author, not necessarily for pnblicatlon.bnt as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. "Write only on one side of the paper, BepartfCBlarly careful, In giving names and dates, to have all letters or figures plain anddiatuict. GBANDPA AND GBANDMA. -Grandpa in his cradle lies; golden hair and soiiDiue cye3; Dim Dies twinkling here and there in his little face so fair, JL dainty, darling Grandpa he, sweet as baby boy can be. 'Grandpa walked alone to-day timid, trem- Dingaii moway; Crowing when bis walk was done, and the first grand victory won. Happy little Grandpa he, growing fast a man to be 'Grandpa is a scholar next, o'er "Bole of , 'xaree ana iracuons vexea, Then oh, very sad to say a truant, leaving books for play. Careless little Grandpa he, merry as a rogue can be. 'Grandpa to a party goes, meets grandma sweet as any rose; Shyly sit tbey side by side, conversation vain ly tri...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 18 November 1881

Ir?v- 'zrfi- ---' "3.s: ,. s iX-i..r-KcHM-i!r-, 5'3ssac?-rTtsioTC,!as--Js;J., ,rsr-2t The CENTURY MAGAZINE, : (SCBIMRJS MONTHLY,) TOB. THE COMINCr TBA. With" the November number began the new Befies under the title of the New Century -Maga-zine, which will be in fact, a ne.w, enlarged, and Sit ed 'Scribner. ' ' The page is somewhat longer and wider. idmirtingpfctHrea ;or a larger size, and increoaiug tbe.reading matter about Fpnxteen Additional pages. Tbcfollowlng is a summary of the leading fea turabfthciiewserics for the year: , Anew Kotfel by Mm. Burnett' (anther of Th tt Las o' Lowne's," etc.), entitled -"Through One Administration," a story of Washington lile. , . , Studies of tneitOUisianavireoieB. jj wo. V. Cable, author of "The Graudissimes," tc. Aserles of illustrated patera, on the traditions and romance ot Ci cole lite In Louisiana. A Novel by W- D. M&wclls author ot "A Chance Acquaintance;" etc.). deaifam with char acteristicleauin:soi.iiiericiiiiii-. ' Ancient and M...

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. — 25 November 1881

t?"- 3rs& smJI UdduU -S- 7 . v .s&c-yry ., r & IOLA 1 VOL.XY. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS., NOVEMBER 25, 1881. NO. 49 jf REGISTER OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. Q-OFFICIAL PIPES W ALLEK COUfiTT . OrFIClJLL PAPER OF THE CITY W IOLA. Advertisiag Bates. SrACE. lWK swk lmo. 3 mo. 16 mo. ly. 1 inch 2 inches inches.... ii column. . column., lool'inn.. 9100 1.50 $3 00 4 00, 95 00 750 10 00 12 00 25 00 WOO 87 50 10 00 15 W 20 00 40 00 65 00 2 00 2 50 2.V)j 3 00 6 00 5 001 8 50 8 00 1 i 00 COO 10 00 15 0J 25 00 SabsoHptiem Rates One cojy one year. ., . ,$2.00 One copy six months ,., 1 "0 Three months, 50 cents. Six veeks, 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 J.:30 p.m. Class meeting tuimcdiatalv after the zuorning errice. Suuilay school at 9:30 a. iu.., W. 11. 6tnvcnii Superiut'ndent. Prajer meetiug every Thursday evening at 7:o0 . m. Straupw and visitoia in the city and all othe...

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. — 25 November 1881

Improvement of Meadows. A statement is going the rounds of the press that the hay crop of the United States amounts in annual value to over $800,000,000, and that hay, rather than cotton, is king. M" that the statement is true, are all ettorts in further improvement of our gnus lands to stop here, or are we to niafce still farther improvement, and yet pos siblv double this exhibit, and so cheapen hay" that it shall still farther take the place of grains as food for stock, and leave a yet larger margin of grain to be sold, or consumed in the making ot flesh foods for our rapidly extending markets? It is an evident fact, here in Ohio, where grain-raising had suddenly attained prominence, that, although the meadows have been largely trenched upon to aftord plow lauds, the hay crop ; onhnoiiir Yfifirlv i increasing:, and as a -matter of "fact, some of the great agen cies for improvement," except rotation of crops, to produce grass, have been put into practice, leaving drainage and other...

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. — 25 November 1881

r i'l 1. Jattle f Ike Seep. "A letter trom St. Johns, N. F.f says: 'On a lovely afternoon in July i stood upon the bank of a" lofty cliff on that part of the coast between Flacentia and St. Mary's Bays. Everything was still. Only the faintest murmur the angry tones of .the ocean roar upon the surf, melted into delicious music, stole up from the strand to where I stood. The sea fowl, which inhabited a small isl and in myriads to my left, seemed, too, to have fallen under the spell and gone to sleep. The ocean heaved its breast in feeble billows, rolling landward with a drowsy motion, and the fisherman in his small boat rested upon his oars to listen to the stillness and calm which had fallen over everything. A dozen or more of fishing skiffs and boats, a little less than schooner size, stood motionless where the last breeze had fainted on their sails, and were photo graphed to perfection in the smooth, liquid deep; and even the "unerring tides" forgot for the moment, or seemed to for...

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. — 25 November 1881

:IOLA REGISTER. TEEMS : jOnevear, inadvance,- 2 00 Viv months, in advance, Three months, in advance, 53"0ui- readers, in replying to advertisements tn Tiie Registeu, will confer a favor by stating to the advertisers that they saw the advertisement tn The Iola Register . OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER -25, 1881. Jas. G. Blaine claims the honor of haviug invented the term "Stalwart." The capital stock of the Bourbon county Fair Association has been in creased, which means better buildiDgs and a larger fair next season. The city, council of Lawrence, by a vote of 8 to 3, have passed an ordi nance prohibiting the sale of liquor. It is modeled after the state law. Guiteau's first wift is on her way to Washington to testify in the trial. She says the assassju is not insane. In the Kansas City Journal of Mon day is a column editorial descriptive of Coates Opera House at Kansas City which pays Col.. Coates an eloquent tribute of friendship. And it is a de served compliment to a ...

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. — 25 November 1881

u pA rysr FOR "OTEIE. TALL AND WINTER CMPM JFm tlie Largest.Stock of DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING IOLA REGISTER. Ever shown in Iola. Note the Following: Maboraie Stoch of Black and Colored Silks and : Satins, Black and Colored Cashmeres, Dress Goods, Worsted and Cotton DresS Goods in Profusion. Immense stock of all Wool Flannels and Yams, Cotton Flannels, Men's and Boys1 Cas- simeres at Astonishingly X,0"W PRICES! Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Torshon Laces, Fine stock of Em broideries and Irish Trimmings, Cali coes in abundance at PRICES to suit Everybody. K. C, I & S. R. R. TIME TABLE. GOING XOKT1I. l'ASSENGERr-Dailv ,12 11p.m. rllUOUUU lUSlliliJ. Lauy a -. n'VH'iV'IfiHT rnnTOTinnt-Smifl:iY 3 25 P.M. STOCK EXl'KESS Doily 0 3 r . fiOEiG SOUTH. THROUGH FKEIGirt Daily........ 11 20 p. m. rinca Knnnnittlniie innrln nt ICstnRnft CitV &Ud hrough tickets Tor sale to all eastern point's. K. S. Ayeks, Local Agent. A LETTER SAYS: "Money is tightening up seriously in ...

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. — 25 November 1881

THE IOLA EEGISTER. Published Every Friday. - - KANSAS. IOLA, CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. i Alaska wants a Territorial Govern ment. The new German Reichstag convened on the 17th. The International Labor Congress that assembled at Pittsburgh on the 15th was attended by ninety delegates,represent lng, as claimed, 220.000 workmen. It is stated that the position of As sistant Secretary of the Treasury will be tendered to George C. Gorham. Another Cabinet rumor is to the effect that Senator Mahonc will be tendered a portfolio. The National Tariff Convention met at Chicago on the loth and organized by the election of Hon. Wm. McKinley, of Ohio, as President, with a large list of Vice-Presidents. The attendance was quite limited in numbers. The Virginia Democrats predict that the Republicans and Readjustee will fall out in the Legislature over the election of a United States Senator, and they propose to add fuel to the flame, so to speak, by voting for Gen. Wlckbam, a straight-out Re...

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. — 25 November 1881

TYE"I0LA kegistek. Tublislied Every Friday. -' - KATAS. IOLA, A THANKSGIVING DAY. . Within a garret, cold and forlorn, A group is gathered. Thanksgiving morn. Father and mother, with children, three: One hut a babe on its mother's knee. Haggard and pale is the father's face, "Where Unenne sickness has left its trace: While the careworn look on the mother's brow Tells of the sorrow upon her now. Hungry and faint, for want of food, Withscauty clothing; no coal nor wood; A broken table; a bare, pine floor "What have they to be thankful for? Thoughts like these to the parents come. While sitting here, in their cheerless home. The children nestled upon the bed A fragment of carpet over them spread Arc blind to their parents' mute despair. And the little girl, with a pitying air, Says: " What do poor children do, I wonder, With no warm carpet to cuddle under? ' Xo papa nor mamma to give 'em bread, .An' tuck 'era up when they go to bed." "Teardrops start from the father's eyes; Prayers fro...

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. — 25 November 1881

?- t -' Tj - -- 'taFS' 3"1jgWf" WIDE AWAKE FOR 1882. The Editors and Publishers of Wlde-Awake make tke following announcement of leading features for 1632; Frea Ike Hidsai te the Neva. The materials for a hundred tales of advcn tnre are crowded into this one grand serial story of travel , by David Ker. The author has recently visited tho countries where the action ot this romaniic story lies: Algiers, Greece, Turkey, Albania, Montenegro, Russia thence into Borneo among the fierce amd sorcery-loving Malays; hence all descriptions of places, petple, manners and customs are accurate. The editors do not hesitate to say that as a brilliant story of adventure it is without one able riTal in cnrrent juvenile literature. This Btory will be fully illustrated. Tbeir CUb asd Oars is a serial story by a boy only tonneon years old. The fun ancl adventures or the out-or-school life of a mixed school of boys and girls are depicted with the gay touch of a boy who kuows'he has a capltaf story to tel...

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. — 2 December 1881

K23&,2r; IfS-'M5. SiS.- Ms aj ilf- C -- . ,- , '-gtV-.J .? jtse-rv ?T30?ry553CFI" . ' TOLA REGISTER. ' ,. .-ssssk -ea .sssrsKiqt:ar." .sa, -t- : wmpm - "Vlfc fr. VOL. XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. DECEMBER 2, 1881. NO. 50 --w OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. KJ-OFFICIAL PAPEB OF ALLEN COUKTT.f2 OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE CITY OF IOLA. Achrertisimg Rates. space. ilw'Kawfclmo.3mo.6mo.ly 1 iich I SI 00 $1 .50 $J 001 5 00 7 50 19 09 15 09 20 00 40 00 65 00 2 inchea I 2 00 250 3 00 5 00 4 00 50 3 inches 3 50 3 50 6 00 6 001 10 00 X column. 54 column. I colmn.. 8 501 12 00 8.09 12 00 25 00 10 00 15 0U 25 00 40 00 Subscription Rates One copy one year .. $2.00 Ona copy six months - 1 Three months, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cents. Single copy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. c METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Cnrntr of Jenerson Avenue and Broadway St. Services cverv babbath ut 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Clans meutiuV imniediatelv alter the luoruiug Mrric. humlav ciiuul ut !:30 a. lit., V. II. Slareu Superintendent. ,1'nijer mee...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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