Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 23, 1903 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, June 23, 1903
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THE lOLA DAILY HBBIgrBRi TDESDAY JUNE 213, ItlOS 5^ . I - I? yy West Side Square NOW GOING ON Mechanic's Clothing and Shoe Iflouse. Under Opera House Berry Set »a5t I ± ' Worth 50c, but a fortunate purchase putB them in your possosBion for 25c. Come quick, see them in the window to-night. THE PEOPLE'S STORE y • Not Guilty Of the slightest mierepresentatioq or fraud; everything exactly as representatcd; all prices fair and low. Qualties considered, who can beat these prices: Mothers Oats, per pkg 08c Friend Oats, per pkg 08c Grape Nuts, 2 pkgs ... .25c Korn Krisp, .3 pkgs .;.. .20c Egg-O-See, 2 pkgs .20c Crispo, with spoon, 2 pkgs 25c 3 lb pkg Crackers 20c Gallon apples 25c Gal Pie Peeled Peaches 35c Phone 308 North Side Square lOLA, KANSAS. PlastJGO A Perftet Wall Cottlng ^ Combines CleanllnesB ""^ and Durability Any one can brush It on No one can rub it off Plsstleo is a pure, permanent and porous wall coating, and docs not require taking off to rcnewas doall kalsomincs. It is a dry powder, ready for use by adding cold water and can be easily brushed on by any one. Made in white and fourteen fashionable tints. ANTI-KALSOMINE CO. GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. ^ For full particulars and sample card ask EVANS BROS. Agency For the OLIVER TYPEWRITERS At Other Makes Cleaned and Repaired 9oexxxxxxx30oooooooex»oooooq J.M.DAVIES Anti-Combine DfldertakerS Embalmer ^' East Side of Squire Davies' Novelty Stjore Ptaooe Nb. 306 LOCAL NEWS. -1. Dr. Porter, Denttat. J. E. Chastain, Dentist. Dr. O. R. BuBhfleld, Dentist Kodaks and sappUes at Miller's. Business men's lunch at the "Our- Way." A. Marr went to Thayer on business. J. J. Klein went to Oswego on business. Cqolcst place In town for soda la the "Our-Way." Norfhrup's quit business. A dollar for fifty cents. Remember the "Our-Way" when hungry or thirsty. ,C. C. Thomas was over from Moran <.oday on business. John GilL went to Fort, ^cott on business for a few days. Money to loan on farms or city property. I. H. Kasbeer. For tin work go to Ira E. Patterson, 715 East street Tel. 53. Grant Keck left yesterday evening for Kansas City on business. Have you seen the latest reduction at Northrup's quit business sale. Private money to loan on city property. Frank Wood, Northrup BIdg. Business men and their clerks will find it to their advantage to lunch at th^ "Our-Way." Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Franshier went to Thaj'cr to visit relatives and friends for a fcw^ days. Friends of Mr. M. M. Hart will be glad to learn that he has been granted an increase of pension. We can , make you low figures .in furnace heating. Ira E. Patterson. 715 East street Tel. 53. Mrs. Bessie Cox left this moruiii; for Bullcr, Mo., for a visit of four or five weeks with relatives. Only a few more days and the greatest quit business sale at Northrups' will be a thing of the past. Buy the White Mountain refrigerator, the best on the .market for the money. For sale by Schell & Baird. Mrs. R. Frederickson came in this morning from SI.'Louis with her soc James P. Frederickson ,of West Ja::k- H. A. Kuhlman left {yesterday even ing for West Baden, | Ind., where be will spend a few months ' for his health. j Mr. W. S. Willoughby, who has been visiting Mrs. W. S. Woodard at Gas City, passed through enroute to Moore, Oklahoma. Persons desiring stand rights for 4th of July should apply to W. Morey, lock box 762, lola, or 306 South Tennessee street. The citizens will have to get busy if they want to get some of the goods now selling at the closing out prices at "Northrups'. Do you need a refrigerator. If so buy the White Mountain of Schell & Baird. You are sure of getting your money's worth. Mrs. Mary J. Vier returned this morning to her home at Lamar' Mo., after a visit here with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. H. Barger. The prices at Norjhrupa' quit business ' sale are selling the goods fast. It's only a question of. a few days, when it will all be over, ^ Cheap mpney on city property. Loans inadi^ at once If title Is perfect Smith & Trayis, room 8. Northrup National Bank btdidlng. Miss Bessie Cox returned home this morning from Toledo, Ohio, whiere she, has jspent the past winter at|te^as BchooL . She, also maderaa;^ Mrs. S. B. Brett left this morning for a visit in Topeka. Roofing and spouting. All kinds of sheet metal work. Ira EL Patterson, 7i5 East street TeL 63. The White Mountain refrigerator Is the best on the market for the money. Buy it of Schell & Baird. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Roberts returned home from Empatln where they spent several days visiting. If you want*to get your money's worth in a refrigerator buy the White Mountain of Schell & Baird. Too bad Northrups' are quitting business. You can always depend on what you bought at Northrups.' An eight room house to rent on South Cottonwood. Inquire Mrs. M. E. Wagers, 201 South Cottonwood. Schell & Baird handle the celebrated White Mountain refrigerator, the best one on the market for the money. I will pay %c each for good clean long berry boxes at Mr. Morrison's grocery store, south side square. A. B. Mull. Mrs. Eunice Gregg came In yesterday evening from Emporia for a visit with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jennings. Mrs. L'. C. Martin, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Wood, left last night for her homo in Oklahoma CUy. The Guild will meet Wednesday with Mrs. C. H. DeClute and Mrs. Essie at the home of Mrs. DeClute, on South Washington street. Mr. John O'Neil, of Denver, Colo., editor of a leading miners' magazine, has been invited and has agreed to come to lola and deliver an address on July 4th. Misses Susie McCarty, Zoe Atchison, Ida Morrison and Mrs. Grant Miller went to Yates Center this morning to attend the district convention of the Epworth League. Price & Davis, House Furnishers, New and second hand goods of all kinds. Watches, cioclts, and Jewelry. Fine watch repairing. Loan office in connection. North side square. The Register is sorry to learn of the death of Mrs. George Graves, which occurred at Colony recently. Mrs. Graves will be pleasantly remembered by a number of lola friends who will share in the sorrow over her death. Four prominent Masons w^ere locked up in their lodge room last night by mistake, the man with the key thinking they had left the building. They tried to arouse someone and failing that crawled out of a window and made their way over the roofs to the Elks hall and out that way. Fred Smitli, who works at the lola Bottling Works, had his forearm severely cut by a broken bottle yesterday evening. Dr. Reld was called and took several stitches In it, but he will be laid up for some time. Fr^yi^ls a son of the probate judge, J. B. Smith. Gus Krannlch Is advertising that bo Will discontinue his business here and It Is said he has his eye on one of the principal towns of Oklahoma an the scene of his future activity. Mr. Krannlch has enjoyed a fine business here, building up his tailoring ness from a small shop to a large one. The married women of lola are organizing a union. They have but a few objects in view, but they are very fully decided as to these. They are going to regulate husbands, allowing them only limited time out at lodge, only so many nights away*from home, only so many "small ones" during the drouth, etc. J. P. Duncan has never been able to hear a word Trom a nephew of his who was living in the Oregon town which was destroyed by the cloud burst. This nephew is a son of William Yaegear, who lives west of the riveV and down toward; Humboldt He had just finished a fine home, in the center of town. Mr. Dtmcan scanned the death list but never found any statement nor has he heard from his nephew... Mr. Hattan, who was arrested on the charge of beating his little five- year-old daughter cruelly, was tried by a jnry In Hough 's court this morning add found guilty. His lawyer made a noble effort in his behalf, but tha-^O^ dence was overwhelming and the *^t- tie girl is such a tiny thing that the iiiry' could not refuse to make an ex- l ^pto of Uie Either; eren though he ..Largest Line.. Refriserators Ice Cream Freezers at f^OffTH SIDE HARDWARE mm Pittsburg and lola Making Up' Lost Games—^Two .Every .Day—A Change in Local Management. Have Davis do your baggage transferring. Office Katy depot.' Residence phone 459, office phone 338.' Miss Sophia Donica will give a recital on "Browning" at the High school building Wednesday evening, June 24. Admission, 25 cents. Mr. Henry Garner left this morning for a few weeks' visit with friends and relatives. He will take in ihe world's fair '•before returning. Mr. D. E. Walker and wife left this morning for' their home in Arkansas City. They were called here by ih2 death of Mrs. Walker's brother. There are a great many people in town suffering from severe colds right now. Most of them seem to be pc- sons with the porch habit and the sufferers are boys and girls of "tender" years. DEXTER WELL SPOUTS WIND. Much Talked of .Gas Strike in Cowley County Said to Be a Wind Hole —Will Not Burn. The rupture between ^ some . of the players 'and Mr. Hutchinson, one pf the managers, came to a head yesterday. The players banded togethf^r, refusing to pjlay or proceed unless a change was made. Mr. Hutchinson refused to geti.excited and allowed a transfer of the team to a bunch of local fans, wli h Frank Travis and Topi Milne looking after the managemeni. It is believed all will now be lovely, and the team seems satisfied. /This afternoon, tomorrow and Thurs day lola and jPittsburg will play double headers at trie ball park. This is to make up forj ^he games not played here when Ptttfebiirg was here before Two games far one admission ought to attract good crowds. Missouri Valley League Standing Springfielt ..I 30 10 Joplin [ 29 Fort Scott .1 ^23 lola I ;22 Nevada ....j 17 Sodalla ... \ 10 Pittsburg ..J 11 12 16 17 21 Leavenworth 27 2S 7r.o 747 550 5G4 415 41;0 2 }i .9 2i' Concerning the big gas gusher struck struck at Dexter. Cowley county, some weeks ago, the Arkansas City Traveler prints the following Interesting story: If the reports are true,; and several people have told us that they - are, the Dexter well Is no ^ood aa a spouter of gas. It has the flow and pressure all ri^bt, but it 'is said that what belches forth refuses to burn. There is a pressure of J20 pounds to the square inch from the well and the' instrument used in measuring wells registered a flow of seven and a half .million cubic feet every 24 hours and yet the something will not Ignite. They say all attempts to light it have been futile. They have placed the end of the pipe in a bonfire and turned the gas on full force and still that 120 pounds to the inch would not catch. They have turned it full force into the fire of a traction engine and still :t would not^burn. All it appears to do is to fan the flames of the fire like the bellows of a blacksmith but upon a much larger scale. The Dexter people are not talking much upon the subject because they do not know what to think of it. However, they are disposed to accept the situation philosophically. Of course if the iVell proves iiat 10 be gas, it will not only be very disappointing to the Dexter people but to every one In Cowley county. Arkansas CItyites were about as tickled over the thought that Dexter had gas as Jthcy were themselves. We all thought that if gas was at Dexter it could be found closer to us. No matter what it is, it is ^ertalnly a phenpmena.' If the roar and pressure at the well is caused by wind, as some claim. Dexter and Cowley county have something that is not known elsewhere in the state. It is said that at Corsicana, Texas, there are two wind wells, but they are not in it with the Dexter' well. Just what to do with the well i.s a ques^n. It has been suggested that a large pipe be twisted Into the proper shape, attach it to the we]I. and ^hat the manufactory of cyclones, large and small, as the customer demands, for attractions for celebrations on the Fourth of July be commenced. It has also been suggested that this wind can l)e used for cooling purposes during the hot summer months. At any rate Dexter can always have a breeze going" when, the rest of us are sweltering. Various theories have been suggested as, to the cause of this belching up of wind, but when he remember that Cowley county .jwas the birthplace of Populism we no longer wonder. fcore by Innings: R. II. E Joplin 06002000301—5 6.. Sprlngfielil 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0—8 5 10 Batteries—jioplin, Stoner and Mor ton; Springfield, Schmidt and Kane. Special Army Service. Tuesday, thb 23rd or June, and Wednesday, the 2flth, will be great times in Salvation'Army circles. Lieut. Colonel Margetts from Ne^v York City; L,Wt Colonel Addie and Staff Capt. Harris, from Kansas City, assisted by officers from Wichita, Eni- poria. Topekaj and. Pittsburg, will cou- dyct a union demonstration in the opera house op the evening of tlie 23rd at 8 o'clock. • Also an officers' council is to be held In the Salvation Army hall Wednesday morning at 1 D o'clock. Colonel Margetts has been a Salvation Army officer quite a number of years, has traveled extensively, has a wide s.x- perience in Silvatlon Army, work and he will be wojrth hearing. He is on a tour through the states and is favoring lola with a two days' visit. Come and hear him. | There will bo recitations, duets aiv'l solos by the jjuniors. Miss Ellic Ti^ ford, of LaHarpe, will recite a beautiful piece entitled "Deborah, the Jewish Maiden's: Wrong.'' Remember the big go at the opei^ house tonight Meeting conducted .Ify Colonels Marquette an<l Addic, assi .sEt- ed by Staff Captain Harris and ofTlcor.'? from several cities in Kansas w:Hcre the Salvation Army work H in. operation. DOUBTFUL RUMORS, i Arid Still Scoies of lola People Accent Them as Facts. The published statement of sonje stranger, residing in a far-away place, may be true enough; but it is ge|i- erally accepted as a doubtful rumor How can it be verified? The testimony which follows is convincing prpof because, it comes from a TeSi- dent of lola. Mrs.! W. H. wood street, months ago a D.A. HOUSER Expert Machiiiest kepairs Your Typewriter, * Sewing riachines. Bicycles, Lawn flowers, Q| S Engines, E poor Locks, Etc. at JE.C. Pinkerton PINB :iaAI^iS and TOBACCOS. Leading Periodicals ani Niiwspapefs r lU BAfrt MADISON AVBNUB - Supplied to the Trade Direct at the factory or from our delivery wagons. All delivery wagons have our name oh them. lola Ice ICoId Storage Co. FRANK RIDDLE, Mgr. Phone 116.. Factory on WjMt Street. WANTE Advertisements running in this col< umn are charged for at this rate of 9NE CENT « word for each Insertion. No advertisements taken for less than Ten Cents and all ads payable CASH IN ADVANCE. Wanted—A white woman dish washed. Apply at Hotel Thomson. Wanted, ttf buy small tent, Travis Morse, Bartels block. Wanted, good driving horse. Drd, Wanted—Good pasture close in for (wo cows. ; inquire at Pennsylvania hotel. . ^ Competent stenographer wishes position to begin work July Ist. Address this oflice. For SaleCheap—A. young; poll parrot, just learning to talk. 721 South streeL For Rent -t !-Three room house. Inquire O.i A. Ljuckey, 210 N. State. For Sale—New three room- house at cost. Inquirtf at 411 N. Third. Come quick. i ; To Rent-:-Nice furnished south rooms! Also large barn; 210 West St. Williams, of 418 Cotton-| says: '"Some three; very severe paiii seated itself in the small of my back and fdr three or four weeks I sometimes suffered excruciatingly. I could scarcely attend i to myjhousehold duties owti ^s to it when I vent to C. B. Spenceit Co.'s drug stjore for Doan's KidAe: Pills. They hjelped me from the first. A continuatioji brought greater reliff and when I-Had completed the treatment backaclje ceased] Doan's Kidney Pills can ibe relied Upon." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster -Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United State?. Remember \ the name—DOAN'S-j- and take no ipther. Another Lot of Imported Woolens . IQOOP THE YEAR 'ROUND 13 Tlie Finest Line in tiisCity f^O/fTH S(P£ HAffDtVARE p J. *. JONES, i:Up-toidate Tailor, ^ 1^ W^t Aladlsbn ^^Mi^^^^^ Tho^ Boston Glrisi. : Barnes—"I never can sit in a street car while a woman is standing." Howeg—"8&ause you- think It ia wrong to let a woman standi"

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