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 - l« have done jiretty good work on its first...
l« have done jiretty good work on its first trial. It farried off the water Tuesday in good style. If you expect, to travel, go to Col- liorn's for your truuk or valise. He has just received a fine stock which he will sell at bottom prices. Out of yji) colored men at a Garnett Emancipation picnic last Alonday, lis were for Blaine and Logan, and for Cleveland and Hendricks. Our stock of pl"PERIOR Cook and 8 PL£;NDID ^ard coal Base Burner Just immense. Call earjj' and see the Grand display; ^Casmire&Co. In one 'sens^ this has been a fair week. In another sense it has not been so fair. R \A hanily fair to have such foul weather during fair week. These cofd nights remind you that you must lay in your winter suppl.v of coal pretty soon. Lawrence <fe Worst will furnish if to you at bed-rock prices. Mr. A. Miles has purchased the old Brubaker place, three luiSJes- west of towD. We are glad that he is again permanently locatfcd in Allen count.v. It seems that a good many people in the anility have the impression that .Mrs. McCorkle was a candidate l»efore the republican copveiitioii for the nomination as countysuperintendant. Such is not the case. >frs. M. has always lx>en an inde|>endaiit candidate as ma .T lie .aeeii bv reference to her announcement in this paper- Bert - Jones and Charlie Mooru. charged with malicious mischief in breaking into tiray and Ross' ice house, were tried Tuesda.v and discharged, as no evidence \vas brought against them. On Wednetday Herman Paucoust was tried for the same j ofiense, found, ;;utlty and fined one dollar. Wbiituker' defended both ca?cg. ! started to Harper county last night on a prospecting tour. Here's luck. Mrs. Ellen White and daughter, of Shane's Crossing, Ohio, is visiting this week with her father, D. C. Brubaker. Messrs. Dwight and Moore, relatives of Mrs. Beggs', arc out from Ohio this week lookiugat the countrj', Mr. Harry McNiel. of LaMontc, Mo., is in the city on a visit to hlsfam- il.v. He will probably remain alwut two weeks. Wm. Gilkesou and family started to Pawnee 1. T. this week «m a visit to Mr. G. C. Brewer. They will drive through by wagon. Eli Beneilict, formely well known A number of our young men who wish to prepare themselves <brcollege, have prevailed upon Prof. H.irris to,, ,, . . . , . orgaofz.^ a pri vale^cbool for the study j t »>>s county, was in town on i.usi- of the higher branches. The following ncss Tuesday. He is nowruuuinga have signified thtir intentiou of join-[o4i».acre farm iu Sedgwiik county, iiig it. Perc.v Harris, John Foust. Lou Horvillc, Harry Brubaker, Fred Funston, O. O. Adams, Tell Evans, Chas. Kline. aiidj seems to be prospering in the highest degree. Eli is a giKjd ijoy and we are glad be is getting there. ]>artics various was a meeting, and community trial lola, which en masfc. that for taken with and a Church. both the Mr, This Professor'? not built a

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  1. The Iola Register,
  2. 26 Sep 1884, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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