Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 22, 1903 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, June 22, 1903
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iola Boys Captureci Half t^'e^Gannies oH, Thilr Long Trip—Open Pittsburg Here Tomorrow. The lola base | ball tekm ^ arrived 110R1O last night ] from Leaveawortli, where they took | three straight and three good :game8{ from the ^ilenders, Th^y will open tpmorrow with Pittsburg, playing three games here, and possibly playing off some of the three games , which rain . prevented last month. Fort Scott (iom^s !^MereT>then for three and then the team"" goes on another trip. On this last long trip the team did well. At Nevada no games were played, but one was rightfully forfeited *o lola. At Sedalia we won one out of three; at Joplin one out<cif three: dnd at Springfield one out of three, ^t Fort Scott we took, three out of six; and at Leavenworth three straight. So counting one Nevada game forfeited we won' 10 and lost 9. When a team' breaks even away from home It -Is called pennant winning ball plaj^g. Sedalia 5, Joplin 3. Joplin, June 21.—In a closely contested , game Sedalia took the last game of the jserles with the Miners today, by a score of 5 to 3. Weldy of Joplin and Rohn of Sedalia scored a home riin. The score: Joplin 1 201000000-73 5 2 Sedalia 1.. ;.. 0 0 0 3 0 10 0 1—5 9 1 Batteries—Lowell and Stonei^; Lawson and Schrant. Umpires—Morton and Gates. Attendance—2,000^ lola 3, Leaveriworth 1. Leavenworth", June 21.—Tola took thrcd straight games from Leavenworth, defeating them today by a spore of 3 to 1. The features, of to-, day's game were a sensational catch by Erchess, center fielder, and a home run by Hetteng. The score: Leagenworlhi 00000000 1—1 .6 0 lola .. .......1 000001 10—3 8 5 Batteries—Sizomorc and Redmond; Root and Armstrong. Umpire—Combs. Attendance—SOO. Fort Scott 3, Pittsburg 1. Fort Scott. June 21.—Three earned runs for the locals gives nine straight games to Fort Scott from Pittsburg. The fielding was sharp, with Shlpke as the star with six assists'and one put-out, all of which were, hard chances. Ball made a home slide of eight feet. Score: Fort Scott ... 00002010*—3 6 2 Pittsburg .. ..0 0 10 0 000 0—1 7 0 Batteries—Steele and Check; Rell- han and McDonald. Springfield 12, N^ev^^da 3. Springfield, June 21.—Springfield added another game to her eight straight victories today, beating Nevada by the score of 12 to 3. The game was not interesting a.s it was one-sided. The Midgets had on their; hitting clothes. Brown and Schmidt each made a home run. Score: Springfield . .1 0 3 1 3 4 0 0 •—12 21 4 Nevada 0 01.01010 0— 3 7 7 Bat lories—Feeney and Schniitll; Wlliard and LaFrance. . Result of Saturday Games. Iola 3, Leavenworth 2. Bouldin and Milsap were the lola battery. Fort Scott 7. Pittsburg 5. Sprilngfield won a double from Nevada. Scores: 7 to 1 to 3. ; Sedalia 10, Joplin 3. header and rJ Missouri Valley League Standing.- Springfield p 10 Joplin 28 12 Iola .....22 17 Fort Scott .......22 17 Sedalia ...I ..17 22 Nevada IG 24 Pittsburg, .12 2G Leavenworth 9 27 744 700 5C4 564 436 400 31C 250 Notice to Bidders. I will receive bids for macadamizing of road in District No. 2. / Bids will be received up to Ju'ne 30. The right is reserve<l to reject any/md all bids, WM. B1\XLEY , Road Overseer. , yitascope Entertainment. A moving picture show by one of the best instruments ever made will be given at the G. A. R. hall next Monday evening, June 22. Among the pictures shown are the funeral procession of President McKinley and-c-f ueen Victoria. In all five milesl ot moving pictures will be shown, ^nd any ono whb is' not satisfied will have his money refunded. Admission; 25 cents,' proceeds for the benefit of the G. A. ft. relief fund. Charley Wheaton—took - several friends for a thirty mile ride on his automobile Sunday and the trip was through the Humboldt oil field. The men say that the new McKinley oil well. No. 11, is a 6rst -class ^shcr. It is pumping a big stream steadily.: The new gas well of the Prairie Oil Company n-'as also visite* and it is said by Iola men to be a rip-snorter.. Between the two Humboldt ought to grow pretty giddy. Tfie Store Witi Mtlc Prices---T&c Taibed Aboot. ltd Week of this Big BsLigain Event. Wiihoist Parallel as aiualwe scale t&e heights of Fame: If yo0 have beea disapjpoiated elsewheire,:aiid know ybu have, endeavor to hala,nc^Yout accoiint by coming here and avail yotirself of the many money saving opportonities ' that are presented to you at this store every day. Extraordinary Sacrifice Sale AH This Week. 4c For Best Calicoes, worth 6c. Balance llijs "week 4c per yard. 2,300 Yards Laces Insertions and Embroideries at sacrificing , prices, all this Spring's production, new, up-to-da,te designs". We can pleaf^e you if otliers fail, conie and look through our numerous stock, it will pay you. 7k For 3(5 inch Percales, sells everywhere for - 10c, Balance this week 7ic; For Satin Stripe Dimities, worth 8 l-3c, balance this week 5c per yard. - For Ladies' F^st Black Hose, . regular 10c kind, special for the balance of this week Sc per pair., For liadies' Shirt Waists worth 75G, special 19c For Silk ftiiills worth 350, extraordinary bargains for the balance of this week, at 19c each. for balance this week 3i>Q. ; ForFine Lawns and Dimities, sold for loo, special for the balance this week 10 centd per yard. For Madras Xiringhams -vyortli lOo, balance this week-^j.^c per yard. 9c For Ready-Made Pillow Cases, special for balance this week, Oc each. For Brili an teens in black and two shades of . blue, worth regular 50c,.sijeoial biilaiK(i ^ this week 39c per yard. j For fine Diminlies, received late on account of the fiofijd, go on |salc«for. balance of this week atmic, .woi th 20c. : For Ladies' drop stitch Hose, regular 15c kind, special for the balance of this week 10c per pair. For Fine Silk Tissues and Silk Granadiens, regular 59c quality, go on sale for balane;e \ this week at 31)c per yard. NeSv White Waiait* Pvxelusivo stlyl«,3 made special.for us.. \..See t^ie trade wibnersV'$l-.lQ, $1.50, $1.08;^ ' " • " §3.^8, $;5.!j8|^4.85,^,$5.85.: §2.48, $2.1)8, Walking and Dr^ss Skirts 98 cents up to $25.00. Corsets, Bustles, Pads, Etc. Special values in Corsets, Bustles and Pads. Lon;? Hip Efrect Form "W. B. Worlds. Best'f Healthful, stylish and comfortable, model for eiach different build of figure, 25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.50 $2.00. Oxfords Shoes, Sandals For Ladies, jMisEes, Boy^ and Children, oheaper^han you cart buy tliemelse; where. We guarantfee every.pair-of shoes that leaves oiir hopse, a n.evf ' i)air for every pair that gOes wrong. Paiicy Pai^aspls Extraordinary reductions for 'tlie balance this week. .We will give you a special discount of 10- i^er cent .Qn all IFarasols. Don't delay, come at once and take advantage of our special i iprices. Gauze tJnderwear Terriffic selling, of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Gauze Underwear. See table display for prices, sleeveless, with sleeves or wing sleeves. 5c, 8ic, 10c, 12ic, 15c, 25, 50c. Car{)ets, Linoleums, Curtains Hot bargains ih C^rpets^ Lace Curtains,' Portiers,^ Linoleums Oil Cloths, Kugs, Mattings, Curtains; Poles and Window Shades See us by all means for your Hbusefumiishinls. Advertisers of Facts More for Yo«r iPaoey' ifuw' Yo0 caa get. J^B^fiiere Afftbe To ibisnre Prom ^Hb and Sat-^ K9 vice.i .•) J: '3. ••3 If v..

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