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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 December 1881

THE IOEA REGISTEK. Published Every Friday. - KANSAS. IOLA. CURRENT TOPICS, THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Sexaiob Mahone intimates that Henry Biddleberger is likely to be chosen as bis colleague by the Virginia Legislature. It is announced that Princess Louise will next month return to Ottawa with her husband, who will resign the Governor Generalship of Canada early in the spring. i Mr. J. Stanley Brown, President Garfield's Private Secretary, and who has continued the duties ol his office in connec tion with President Arthur, has resigned his position in order to prepare and edit the papers of the late President, by request of Mrs. Garfield. Commander Cheyne says: "My proposed method of reaching the Pole is to start out next spring with a vessel which will carry me to St. Patrick's Bay. By means of three balloons, to which will be attached boat-cars, each containing seven ornine Esquimaux dogs, sledges, provis ons, etc., the first favorable current will be taken advantage of to start for the P...

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. — 2 December 1881

! e TIE IOLA HEGISTEB. Published Every Friday. IOLA, KANSAS. RECOMPENSE. She earth eives us treasure four-fold for all that wo give to its bosom; The care we bestow on the plant comes back in the bud and the blossom. The sun draws the sea to the sky, O, stillest and strangest of powers. And returns to the hills and the meadow the ' gladness of bountiful showers. Tfce mother regains her lost youth in the beauty and youth of her daughters. We are fed after many long days by the bread that no cast on the waters. Never a joy do we causo but we for that joy are tbc gladder. Never a heart do we grieve but we for the grieving are 6adder. Never a sfanderso vile as the lips of the will ing rehearser, And curses, though long, loud and deep, come home to abide with the curser. He who doth give of his best, of that best Is the cert Hinest user, Ank he who withholds finds himself of bis gain ing the pitiful loser. The flowers that are strewn for the dead bloom first in the heart of the living. A...

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. — 2 December 1881

tUfttei&Sf ' Vj3P i" T'1. - IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : One year, in advance S2 00 Siv months, iii advance,.; ."... 100 Ynrec months, in advance, 50 530ur readers, in replying to advertisements in Tub Kkgistek, teill confer a favor by stating to the advertisers lanl Tnlg saw the tCttrtUemcnt in THE lOLA KlTGlSTEK. OFFICIAL PAFER OF COUNTY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 188L Our reporter happened to ascend the roof of Beatty's new block one after noon recently, and when taking a bird's-eye view of lola he noticed sev eral things of interest, and which went to show that lola boometh muchly. From the north steaming rapidly past valuable and improved farms came the passenger from Kansas City, while on the same road(K. C, Tj. & S. R. R.) from the south came the long afternoon freight going north. Over at the depot of the St. Louis, Ft. Scott, lola & "Wichita Railroad the yard en gine was handling the cars -loaded with material for the extension west, and wajT out east there rose the rapid l...

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. — 2 December 1881

.7 X?JE2a.D - Jill AND WINTER CiMFilBH! IFY7& tffte Largest Stock of BY GOODS AW CLOTHING JEier shown Note the Following: Elaborate Stock of Black arid 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 Xi o w gPEic:Bsi 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. No Trouble to Show Goods and Give Prices ! Men's, Youth's and Boys' Suits; Men's, Youth's and Boys Overcoats; Sack and Dress Coats, White and Percale Shirts; Cotton and Wool Skirts; White, Merino and Cotton Underwear, Medicated Flannel, Canton Flannel Underwear, from the best to the cheapest. HATS AM Of every style and description. Woolen and cot ton Socks; Suspenders, Ties, Scarfs, Handker chiefs and Gloves of every kin...

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. — 2 December 1881

"Srviva- r&rwS'g--:;) - - fr Qliimg Up Wealth ttjUrt. A reporter of the Express learned from a Mr. James Holt, of Concho, the - ' particulars of a history that if properly handled would make the web and woof of as romantic a v novel as was ever written. Itis the story of abeantifnl girl who voluntarily leaves all "the lux uries and elegances of a beautiful home in Philadelphia to follow a lover to the wilds of Texas. Blanche Thomas was the only daughter of wealthy and fond parents, who lavished upon her all that wealth could purchase. A graduate of a celebrated seminary, naturally bright and vivacious, and with a beauty match less in its loveliness, she became with out an effort a society belle. Her -dresses from Worth, her equipages, her brown-stone house on Chestnut street, were the envy of many and the ambi tion of a few. Her father took her with him to Paris, where she became the rage in the American colony there, and -- -her toilets were described at length in La Minerve an...

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. — 2 December 1881

-v. . VtjJ. - 'lire SfoelTiB the CM It is far cheaper to jive of the stored food in the barn than to compel ani mals to consume the stored food of the , body. It is wise to often keep .in a r' growing condition, always in a thriv ing condition. It is wisdom also to economize in the quantity of food fed, bo that the desired condition can be maintained with the least expenditure of food. For this purpose a tight barn is requisite. The interest on the cost of maintaining a close boarding and a warm cattle compartment amount to far less than the cost of maintaining the animal heat against the cold of outside winds and storms and the chills of night through the consumption of hay and grain. A warm barn coun tervails many an error of system in an actual feeding. If store cattle are kept the principle of feeding must be to utilize such unsalable products of the farm as will suffice for the purpose, and the calculations must be based on economy of labor as well as onthe value of the food co...

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. — 2 December 1881

....-r H'V-Sa"J5rfOrj -- - -a -r -3 ' .o ' vz -irr. - jrj5ftWJsr- - " -- PROIPECTUS a " - or ' i882;::GtteteftiH,aU If la its prospectus for 1881 theJlobe-Democrat announced with pride aBd satUftetlpa the i eleet tion of Gen. Garield andthebeUef'tteat Wb a minlfltratioB wonld be sowlsely wmjweled and so .well conducted that it woald !? lease of power to the party under which tne amtlon had grown free, strong' and pro01? The vile hand or an assassin has since ? down the good and gifted man "who, while we wrote a year ago, stood on the tbnaholdor the Presidential office, In the prime and "8 ? manhood, with a future fall of honorable promise to himself and his country. The high trust which the people had reposed in him was dropped by the palsied hand of death when but a small part or the great work J 7 had entered had been accomplished. But ;i quote hln own memorable words when the saa aestof all American tragedies iwas enacted, nearly seventeen years ago, "God reigns and the governmen...

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. — 9 December 1881

"" " t. ' ... J TOL.XT. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 9, 1881. NO. 51 TOLA REGISTER. OUl ANHOUWCEMENT. tl-rnciiL PIPES OK" ALLEK COUTT.C5 OFFICIAL PAPEtoFTHBITI OF IOLA. Adrartisimc Rate. 17- gaftseriptias Rates Ons copy oaa .year $2.00 One copy six Months 1 Three montita, -50 cents. Six weeks, 85 cenU, Single copy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefferson Avenue and Broadway St. Sen ices everv fcalAalliat lla.in.a17:30p. tn Class meatiu'g iivuediateU after the morning ernes, faiimlav school at fl:30 a. m., W. 11. Slavens Supenuinikut. Prsjer meeting ever Thursday evening at 7:30 p. ja. Strangers and visitors in ttie city and all others cordially invit ed to all these sen ices. 1). T. SujfHSRViLtac, Pastor- PRESBYTERIAN. "Coraer Madixon Avenue and Western Street. Preaching at lO.Va. a. Sabbath school at 3 1 in. Prayer jneetinR every Thursday evening. All are In Ited to litaee servic-a. E, S- Vim-ik, Pastor. BAPTIST. '' m Srcaanors Street, large bric...

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. — 9 December 1881

tS5 ,&, C05GRESS. The Forty-Seventh Congress to composed af follows: SENATE. v .TDcmocmts, 37; Bepublfcans, 37; Independ ents, 2J Term 27 ALABAMA. Ex. MISSISSIPPI. Ex. A.H GariindD...ieffJIO.G.Vest, D 1885 J D. 'Wafi?, b..:A8& F. M. CockreU, D.. 187 CALIFORNIA. I MfcBRASKA ri MWe K.:::"VJVB.-H. Van Wyck.K.1887 rOLOBASO. ' NEVADA. if P HU1 b:.T:..:.1885 J.G. Fair. D 18S7 CONNECTICtrT. L NBW HAMP3HIHK. 0 ILPtatt. ..!:. 1885'K.H.KolimVtt... lfS3 JLBLHawley.R. -.1887.H. W. Blair, & 1835 BEfAVAMi NEWJERSfcV. Eli Saulsbury, D.. .1883 J. R. McPherson,D.18Kj TLF Bayard. D.... 18371 W. J. Sewell, K....1837 FLORIDA. NEW YORK. Wilkinson Call, D.. 1835 KG. Lai ham, H-..18S5 C. W. Jones, D ltHTJWarner Miller, B..1887 OrORQIA. I .NORTH CAROLINA. B. IT. dill. I 1883 M. W. Ransom, D..ls83 J.E. Brown. D ....1883.Z.B. Vance, D 18& ILLINOIS. . I OHIO. J. Davis, Ind. 1883,G.H.Pendlcton,T.lS85 -JL A. Logan. R 1885; John Snertii an, R..18S7 INDIANA. OREGON. D. W. Voorhees, D.1885'1. Grove...

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. — 9 December 1881

"x g'!'f -xmJautr m i-nmjiii iyr a ikHT r i c l UMMA s ?' I ill rwt)? y ir t. ''Sre zrztz m t I M Jf fke Awkward Predlceat ef a Wei Whe Fainted 1m a Cknrenv- "J Some women never can faint in the Droper ntsaaer noAtrtsrs riarkt time. if;' a JromnJcmdt biujr about lapptS cejmbnaaftion of Jhue and ef and sdob jthe jkadAeker get WutWdeffine: New, abontr two weeks aero, one Sabbath eveninsr at Bradford, Pa., -the best-behaved and most thoroaguy moral townr'tettoroU eountiy, a cltynolf given W fainting or other unseemly displays daring relig ieqBrfervices the Methodist Episcopal Cdfiwf enee was in session and its min- isrwwere -conducting- service- Just after the ordination of deacons a woman! in the galleryJaintedltiNQW, wtitojhe ordination of deacons is a most holy, solemn and deeply impressive cere mony, it is' not widely thrilling and ex citing, like the initiation scenes in the Sons of Malta, and it is nothing to faint .over. But this woman fainted, and a beautiful faint she made of ...

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. — 9 December 1881

aaeeEBMB'Wiii i.u imjLI n;-v 3-jruSZMr .SS9Masessaesss IOLA REGISTER. "' TERMS : One year, in advance ?2 Six-nsBths, In udvaaee, ThreejBontbs, ia advance, Tint Bsouns, wiUcitr ftr thtatotrtlttn tket they tkt UvtrtUtmtnt fa The Iola Rxgistxb. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUHTT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER , 1881. ' The Irrepressible Ohio man i again at the front, J. Warren Keifer having Been elected speaker to thehonae of repregentatlvea. It Is being generally remarked by eastern papers that Kansas is not a safe place for ambigioiu'bank failures, which refers to the manner in which the scoundrel Danford has b.-en brought to time. It would appear that the Topeka Commonwealth is the only daily paper in the State that had the courage to denounce the mob who held possession of the scoundrel Danford, and made him disgorge. Still the people were not so very much to blame after all. We received a pleasant call Wednes day last, from Mr. H. A. Malin, of Iola. Mr. Maliu is the attorney for the N., T., I. & 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. — 9 December 1881

99SSSESB FILL AND WINTER UmiW. JFta te Largest Stock of DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING JSfrer shown Note the Following: Elaborate Stock of Black and Colored Silks and Satins, Black and Colored Cashmeres, Dress Goods, Worsted and Cotton . Dress Goods ift Profusion, Immense stock of all Wool Flannels and Yarns, Cotton Flannels, Men's and Boys' Cas- simeres at Astonishingly LOW IFIR.IODESI Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Tor'shon Laces, Fine stock of Em broideries and Irish Trimmings, Cali coes'in abundance at PRICES to suit ; . Everybody. oxrst moTTO; No Trouble to Show Goods and Give Prices ! s. Men's,' Youth's and Boys' Suits; Men's, Youth's and Boys Overcoats; Sack and Dress Coats, White and Percale Shirts; Cotton and Wool Shirts; White, Merino and Cotton Underwear, Medicated Flannel, f Canton Flannel Underwear, from the best to tJie clieapest. HATS AND APS ! Of every style and description. Woolen and cot ton Socks; Suspenders, Ties, Scarfs, Handker chiefs and Gloves of...

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. — 9 December 1881

n he jt -. -. -, "St . St. TEE KLA TtE&ISTER. Published Erery Friday. - - KANSAS. IOLA, CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Guiteau has made another appeal lor aid in conducting his defense. He says any sum, from $o to $1,000, will be thank fully accepted. The Roumanian Government has re newed 'for a year the prohibition of the im portation of pork from .the United States and several European countries. Mes. Garfield has placed the liter ary estate of her husband in the hands of Col. A. F. liockwell, charging bun with Its care, preservation and disposition. The first indictments in the star route cases found by the Grand Jury are one against fetar Route Contractor Brett for bribing Government officials and defrauding the Government, and another against Dep uty Auditor Lilley for accepting a bribe. A Washington correspondent gleans from official sources that the United States Government will enter remonstrance against the policy pursued by Chili toward Peru, and intimate in strong...

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. — 9 December 1881

THE IOLAs-REGISTER. Published Every Friday. 9 ' - - , KANSAS. IOLA, JTO-DAY AND TOMORROW. If there come some Joy to me, Would you hare me stay. With that Joy to sweeten life? - "Yes Heart, stay today" Well, then, if I have a dream Of some coming' sorrow. Shall I wait to feel its tear? "That will do to-morrow." If unto some loving1 heart I've a debt to pay? Ahl that is a mighty debt. Pay it. Heart, to-day." It I'm forced from bitter wrong Cruel words to borrow? 'Then, dear Heart, there Is no haste; Keep them till to-morrow. "Duty, Kindness and Success Lose by slow delay: Duty bath a double right When it claims to-day; Kindness dies if it must wait; Success will not stay Unto theni comes no to-jnorrow. If they lose to-day. "But for Debt and Doubt and Anger, But for useless Sorrow, Better you should wait a day; Keep them for to-morrow. And as every day's to-day. You may patience borrow. Thus forever to put off Such a bad to-morrow." Harper's Weekly. ELI. Under a boat, high and dry, at ...

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. — 9 December 1881

' -iC"" m SPECIAL OXTER- ' The RroiSTM id-the Weekly Capital, a large--Wgkt-pge ptper.pabHsaea. at Topf. Banaas, wlirbe foralsheJi one year for 82.5 J. The Capital fur.dahes the decisions of the Su KMin. fimr mnnrta ot nil conventions ana as- oclatiens, full news of all State departments Sample copies may be seen at this office ABPIKDXD OFFER. The Topeka Commonwealth Is a Kansas newspaper, devoted t Kansas interests, Kan sas people, Kansas farms and Kansas things ""opposed t-the stock and grain rings of Ka:ias city, that persistently swindle and rob the farmers of Kansas. It is in favor of breaking np the coal monop olies, and thos giving us cheaper fuel 'and plenty uf -t. . It in in favor of lifting the mortgages from the farms of Kansas by reducing taxation and famishing better markets for alL farm pro ducts. The Commonwealth is the official State pa per: is one of the oldest papers in the State; baa grown np with the Statu, and is a large, handsome, well-printed newspaper, and on...

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. — 16 December 1881

IOLA REGISTER. .J! f w TOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COIJNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 16, 1881, NO. 52 OUR ANNOUH CEMENT. S3-OFFICIAL PAPEB OF ALLEX COUSTTvCa OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITT OF IOLA. drarttsiag Rates. rtack. lw'isw'kllmo. 3mo. Crao. It. 9100 S1.50IS3UO 5M $7 50 $10 .... 2 00 3.r4l 4 00 7 50 WOO 15: .. 2 50 OU 6 (XH 10 00 15 00 20 .. X50 30) 8 50 32 00 HO 00 33 6 00 8 12 00 25 00 40 00 65 ..J 10 OIJl 15 Oj 25 00 JO Oi i 00 100 1 inch 2 laches 3 inches.. .V column V column I coUmu. Rates. One copy one pear , .$2.00 One copy .sir months .,.. r 1 00 Thri moatfts, accents. Six wets, 25 .cents. Mngls copy, Scents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. BOWLUS HAS JUST SECURED $100,000.00 to Loan -AT- METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of. JeDfcrssn Ajcenne and Broadway' St. frviceseverV Sabbath at 11 a.m.jui17::Sup. m. Clas mcvtiug imiiiedintelv nflvr tlie morning M.ric. Mimlttv .school at :30 a. m., W-. II. blnveni Superintendent. Projer lueetiog every Thursday evening at 7:"0 p. in. Strangers and visitors in the city M...

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. — 16 December 1881

t 1.1 $ O ' JO. r t-.-"VW THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. 7 - KANSAS. IOLA. CURRENT TOPSCS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF It was generally understood in Wash ington on the 6t.h that Secretaries Lincoln, .Tames, Kirkwood and Hunt would con tinue in the Cabinet for some months yet at least. The appointment of Frelinghuysen lor Secretary of Slate and Brewster for Attorney-General was expected to be an nounced at any moment. Pbesidekt Arthur took formal pos session of the White House on the fth. He was unaccompanied, and after entering the mansion spent a little while down-stairs inspecting the recent improvements. He then went through the upper part of the house, and was greatly pleased with the chamber prepared for his use. He dined in the family dining-room, in company with "Representative Skinner, of New York. There were no callers, and the President spent the evening with jMr. Beed, his Sec retary. The report of the Ute Commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior is very volu min...

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. — 16 December 1881

-,-JA- THE IQLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. IOTA, KANSAS Washington, D. C, Dec 6. To the Senate and Botue of Jtepmentativtt of the United State: An appalling calamity has bef alien the Amer ican people since their chosen representatives last met in the halls where you are now as sembled. We might else recall with unalloyed content the rare prosperity with which throughout the year the nation has been blessed. Its harvests have been plenteous, its varied industries have thriven, the health of its people has been preserved, it has main tained with foreign governments the undis turbed relations of amity and peace. For these manifestations of His favor we owe to Him who holds our destlnyin His hands the tribute of our grateful devotfo a. To that mysterious exercise of will which has taken from us the loved and illustrious citizen who was but lately the head of the nation, we bow in sor row and submission. The memory of his ex alted character, of his noble achievements and of his p...

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. — 16 December 1881

v.j . JAW!eLS:Eil?Sf5ip35 ;F5r . NPMBB p! "' IOLA REGISTER. TERMS; One year, taarame, ,.... 2 00 Nix months, in ac.raaet,......- 1 00 Three months, n awacxt .1 86 Xt3mOKrrfitiv.'in,ttfbUuto iivtrllatmtntt in Tiik ItKanttcft, tWnvir a Jw thedoertiin rx tktrnw liu vor&ftting tp aavtrrutwtnu tn TilK lOL. SGt$TEK. mmeiAL paper or county. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, Ml ' Governor's Proclamation. "WnEitEAS. There exist in the cities of Atch ison, Leavenworth. Topeka, Kansas Ciry, K., Wvand .tte and Dodge City, in this State, a comblnntionoreWldisp sed persons, who ae notorlonslv and defiant y Yiolatla-.? the iirovis Jons of section ten or article flft-en of the con Htitntton of the state nf Kansas, and chnpter 128 of the laws of 1881, passed l-i pnrsuance thereor, being an act to prohibit the maanfac ture and sa!c or intoxicating liquor , except ror medical a d scientific parp es. and to regu lar the sale thereof for such excepted purposes; Witkeeas. Section 3, of article 1, of sail con stit...

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. — 16 December 1881

FILL ill WINTER MIHIIII TFY& tite Largest Stock of OBY GOODS AND CLOTHING IOLA REGISTER. Fver shown in Tola. Note the Following: Elqborate 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 Boys7 Cas- simeresat Astonishingly Xio;w zpirioesi Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Torshon Laces, Fine slock of Em broideries and Irish Trimmings, Cali coes in abundance at PRICES to suit Everybody. OXXSt MOTTOj No Trouble to Show Goods and Give Prices ! K. C, L. S. R..B. TIME TABLE. GOIVG KOKTU. I'ASSEXGER-Daily .'. 1211j.X. THROUGH FRElUHTDailv 9 V?. H. WAY FKEIGHT.Daily except Sunday 3 25 p.k. STOCK EXPRESS Daily 9 34 r M. ftOIXG SOUTH. l'ASSEXGEB-Daily. 3 25 P.M. THROUGH FREIGHT Daily , 5X5 a.m. WAYFREluHT.DailvexceptSundavia 11 p.m. THROUGH FREIGHT: Daily 11 20 P. M. Close connections made at Kansas City and hrough t...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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