Iola Register (Newspaper) - January 9, 1880, Iola, Kansas JANUARY 9,18S0. NO. 3 OUR OP ALLEN OFFICIAL OF THE an OF Advertising 1 00SI 00tr> 2 002 007 001.5 3 00(i X 008 002 0040 00100 1 One nne Three M Single R 1 00 35 cents n. A. Prop CHURCH Comer Avenue and Western Street at 11 u. m. and 7 p.m. every Sabbath Sabbath at m. Prayer cry If von s of the prayer meeting ask the leader for one Strangers are to all these K. s. On on first and of each Sabbath School every Sunday at 3 m. Prayer meet ing I. N. METHODIST Comer of Avenue and Broadway St Services every at to a. m Sabbath from to 12:1.%. Class meet Preaching from 7 p.m. toS j. S. WES LEY AN second and fourth Sunday in Baptist at Ji o'clock a. m. In the Fellows Hall alternate Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. K. at Masonic Hall on first Sunday of every at 11 o'clock a. m. Y. O. A. The Young Men's Christian Association hold in the Presbyterian Sabbath at 4 Uie is thd first Monday evening of are SECRET U. O. A. T. Hall Monday 11 7 of each J. C. JOLA LODGE NO. 88. meetings first in good standing I A in A. J. W. M. lOLA LODGE NO. 2L I. O. of Odd Fellows hold their regular meetings every in their Visiting -in good arc invited to L. L. N. G BUSINESS W. H. and at the J. C. M. RICHARDS & AT Allen E. BELL & AT west side public AND AT ATTORNEY AT Will practice in all the and Federal J. K. OF the two doors south 11. A. J. M. D. Medical Surgeon and imil over o M. M. over W. Drug on M of all kinds of given to il lo L. H. w CITY JEWELRY CLOCKS AND cleaned and repaired at C. D DR. S. ENTAL MRS. MILLINERY AND Fancy J. J. BOOT AND SHOE Repairing of all kinds done at Call and see my 88 elsewhere at 810. M ELLA F. and Fancy Front room over Cowan's Grocery BUSINESS and thit averaging tix wordt to a line Ten Centu per line for each and make one The largest assortment of cigars in town at the post office cigar and tobacco A farm for sale cheap by J. R. Full line Demorest's patterns at Klauman has a good supply choice eating and cooking of A new invoice of California Kraut at W. H. Pratt keeps the finest cigars and tobaccos in the J. J. Conley can be found five doors south of on Boots and shoes made and repaired at satisfactory Good work Give me a call and be Carlyle Christmas and New Years are past and also turkey parties and the usual festivities of such times are things of the Some of our are quite slow getting in their crops and if they are not carefUl they will get to gather In two crops in the year 1880. Most of the stock in Carlyle and vicinity is sold or bargained For a thorough business education you should attend the Lawrence Business College and Institute of Mechanical Architectural For circulars address M. H. Go to Pratt's for Not being engaged In the toy business I am at liberty to give my entire attention to the legitimate drug and if you want anything in that line during the holiday season don't fell to give me a J. W. I will make a distribution of worth of the different kinds of furniture oil tlie Ist day of 1881 on tho following In a kept for purpose wiU be registered the name amount of every and the person buying the largest amount during the year will be entitled to the most valuable H. M. Goods as Full supply of school books school stationery at and Reductions in underwear and knit goods at Go to Pratt's restaurant for a square meal have one of the best brick burners in the Positively the Those Indebted to us must call and settle by note or GoRRELL & and Mrs. A. J. Miss Emma Adams are visiting at their Mrs. The little son of Mr. Flesher has been quite Scott returned home last The parties interested in the are in good health and prospering and lady nave rented Mr. Frank Anderson's farm for the coming James and wife will live on Mr. Mull's and Vezie is living on his wife's farm in Anderson Mrs. Vezie school again at the Carlyle school house Jan. 5th. She is a very good teacher and has a pretty good sized are five inmates at the County Asylum at A blind was taken there last Mr. J. D. Sims shipped several car load of hogs from Carlyle last Mr. Baughman is postmaster at Carlyle and also has etc. to One can get thing of him as cheap as elsewhere when he happens to have what you Quite a number of went to lola to a temperance lecture last Sunday Mr. Frank Anderson and wife visiting parents in Mr. Rotermund is to sell his He is not very healthy and thinks Kansas does not agree with has rented her land to Mr. We are very thankful to our kind editor for his pleasing about our old and respected friend and pastor Mr. Lynn which appeared in The Register several weeks Can v. are When you want to buy go to T. south aide of public The Irest and cheapest stock n Notice All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the late firm of Henderson & Root will please call and settle as we want to square our books I as soon as Either partner will H. L. Frank Jan. 6,1880. An account containing ledger of different Owner can find it at this office by proving ownership and paying charges for this January 1880. Thirty days notice has been given as you and I now request all who are indebted to me by account to call and settle the same by cash or as I wish all accounts to Jan. 1st, 1880. I do not carrying old accounts into the New Ever W. H. There is room for but one good house In a small 7he large trade of W. A. Cowan's new louse in this line justifies the tion his Is to be the For Two bull of tho best butter ami Coreno one of the prize and a 14 pound butter cow at three years or description and pedigree call on or address M. Our readers are to be treated to a first-class entertainment next week by a company who come recommended in the one of the Company has letters of recommendation to several of our leading which credit the performance as being the Best performance ever in It ia just what will please the Ladies and little folks and all should We could not learn full particulars as to as the Agent had not completed ments as we go to North of Deer Some of us in this vicinity are wondering what has become of old and if we will have to Uo without the light of his benign 1880, as he has thus fur been Rev. Philander has returned to his home after a two months preaching tour in the western part of the Isaac Votan will shortly move to Pottawatomie A singing school called the Creek Glee in the Quaker church every under the instruction of J. The Quakers propose to hold a series of revival meetings as soon as the weather settles sufficiently to make roads A Frank has just arrived in this vicinity from He will purchase property near Geneva and settle down to help carry the May hundred thousand just like him Literary society at Maple Grove has elected K. N. Thurston President for ensuing Leap year is right on our and some of the young ladies of this vicinity realizing the fact and that now or never was the time to organized a leap year party last Five of the dauntless girls got under their convoy and took them to the house of a where a bountiful oyster supper was served up and a general good Ye correspondent was one of the lucky masculine genders escorted upon the so he cau vouch for the truth of this Bless the dear we are hoping how soon they will get up another School at Carpenter will close in two owing to shortness of funds in the district Tlie temperance lecture that was to have been at the Quaker church New Year's eve was a The lecturer came early and tho were not yet so he took his way I on tho of that would not como out to hear lectures if he had stayed hour longer would have a fair audience. visiting relatives in Neosho doctor is reported From the noise heard at J T. on Christmas night some people suppose that it Some of the people of this glace think that Rev. Thomas has quit preaching in Labette county as he has been here for some The seems to think tha the reporter must be mistaken about the location of his town We would just say that it is located on the corners of sections 29,30, 31 and 32, town 26, range 21, and has a population of of whom are young A young gent of this place took a young lady to a dance tho other As she saw some one there she liked better he padded back all Randall who was visiting J N. Randall on Christmas day is the father instead of the brother of J. N. We would be glad if some one would come and preach for us We claim to be a civil people and would like to hear a good sermon E. B. Cottrell is on the sick list at Hiram Bennett and family are visiting relatives near Ft. Scott this Perhaps they will go to Missouri before they is not the smartest man that lives neither is he the dullest nor is he easy to insult so the and must excuse We bid The Register a happy New We like to hear from more districts and especially from East Deer Creek I would say to read The Register of December 26th and see if it don't say that is located about twelve miles east and thirteen miles south of Iola instead of saying twelve miles east of January 5th. Weather warm witn an of Another suit on hand between Albert Huff and The people of this place are badly disgusted over their It does seem that some of the parties engaged are paying out more mondy than they are We do sincerely hope this will be a lesson to It seems as though it ia not much trouble for some men to get a wife but a great deal of trouble sometimes to get rid of Dr. G. N. Stacy and wife have been Dr. Stacy is the point of death at his Mrs. Hiram Bennett who has been under the care of Dr. Stacy is now better and has gone to Bourbon county on a Frank Williamson went to the coal bank and on Friday started home with twenty bushels of He got to the tank at FarlingtOn where he sold ten bushels aud at Hepler he sold the At the Illinois school house he left his wagon and came the rest of the way on horse If he had had another mile to travel through the mud he would have been compelled to leave his Thomas Thogmartin bought 220 bushels of corn and a fine horse for the sura of ' Fair January 5, 1880. Sore lips and bad colds are The freezing up of our creeks drove the wild ducks but the recent thaw has caused them to return We will try and give them a warm Ah old darkey came along the road on foot last week and wanting to put up somewhere for the night Inquired of the you a Union man If they were he would ask for A gentleman and two sons from Pennsylvania by the name of Rumble liave purchased land in south Fair Lawn and are expected to arrive here by the first of They sold three hundred acres of valuable land in Pennsylvania W. Clothier and C. Norton have been on the sick If they had had a guardian while at those Christmas and New Year's suppers they would not have ruined their We think that Ichabod's Third Cousin must be sick He seems to be laboring under the impression that we have written personals of an offensive He is We never written anything that could give aud If ho or anyone else have taken we are Ignorant of the If wo write anything that seems too or offensive come to us and wu will explain As to our dc around knows who etc. aud In tho meantime allow me compliment his newsy article of last We are sorry that our presence at the supper given at Walnut Grove has given an excuse for his not taking Wo think that he forgot afi about it until it was too i a good thing that I. L. is a woman wUl you please print the gaide law if you have it in your We were very happy to see another letter from old mend Y. Z. Although the weather was misty and indicative of a heavy rain the entertainment at our school house on New Year's night was a grand The was as By the Fair Lawn choir singing a an original and splendid essay by T. a by and Prof. declamation by John song by New reading by Miss Loda a waltz by Fehleison and Prof. address by Dr. which was to the point and suitable for the as all of his addresses song by choir beauty they're thanks returned by Dr. song by cottage sweet by Mrs. Fehleison and Prof The supper was 125 persons taking part in it. The music was being selected and led by Prof. is a very unassuming man but who would be an ornament to any or Some of the juveniles got hungry and were handed some handsome cakes which when bitten into were found to be filled with much to their The Fair Lawn choir consists of Mrs. and Gorrell and C. Will W. C. and C. Norton accompanied by a We did not know that H. had a family until Y. Z. spoke of it last - We were astonished at claiming that he was blissfully ignorant of that row at south If we hadn't supposed that he was an eye witness we would have given full particulars last W. Clothier Is attending school in James brother to Joseph Stewart of this place is expected to arrive here from Pennsylvania this He is an owner and controller of extensive cattle yards 60 miles this side of I. L. A Pleasant On Thursday January 1st, a few pleasant social hours were spent residence of Mr. J. P. F. six miles southeast of by a goodly number of old and of that in which your correspondent and his wife were permitted to A few days before It had been intimated to us by some of the friends of that neighborhood that our presence would bo desired that although uo special reason waa for we knew the people too well to fear any evil design on their aud so arranged to Arriving there a little we found the house well filled with and ing an hour or two socially the pany were invited to partake of the prepared by the ladies all did with a as the quality of that offering was Pretty soon the company were as many as to assemble iu one when it was announced that of the objects of the meeting that evening was to oSer some presents to your correspondent and his and immediately two of the com- J. W. Johnson appeared before us with a very handsome block made by the adies of the and in a few words Johnson presented in behalf of the He also said there should be something to follow In the way of substantial comforts which the men of the neighborhood desired to This was giving things an entirely unexpected turn to and we were at a loss for words to say the proper but with the support of our we managed to say It has been my privilege for some time past to preach the gospel for that people at the school house known as In this way we have come to know them aud have them a very kind aud appreciative We desire again to thank them for their kind on New Year's B. School The second month of in Dist. No. 11 December and closed January 3d, The following are the names of not absent during tho Frank George Jeremiah Buckeye George Rebecca Lou John May Rannie Willie and John Gay were 95 per of the Number of pupils enrolled at of Males 22; females 1; total 35. Number enrolled at close of Males 24; females 16; total 40. Minimum of attendance for one day 17; maximum 40. Average dally attendance per cent. Number of visitors 11. Parents we invite you to visit the Louesa M. Subscribe for The Register for tho great political year of 1880.