Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 24, 1903 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, June 24, 1903
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< ~lAa]ihe league games turne 'l out yes J teirday ibla had a cbai |pe \?ith her dpnble-h^ader tJo have'climbed rapldiv. 'Bhe jialways ; fails when It world i>ut -her too close to the top. And then; Chairiey Sq^ncer was in ibe gran.l . fltaiid! We lost the first game and won thq' last,. but we should have won ibpth. .The first, game resulted ns follows: ,Pittsburg ... .0 0 0 1 3 2 1 0 1—8 IC lldla, .......i.:220 10 0000—5 7 BkttejrieaMRepd and McDonald; MorgaWand Armstrong. Umpire— JIarry, Shank. It wilt thus be seen that lola took flit) early lead. In the fifth lining tbe team Jostjjls grip, (he ball Ixjlng fum bled and thufTcd and at the fame time a decision favored the vis tors and iforgan l6st his grip. After that She visitors hatted fiercely, whllfc lola hK easy ones that a child coul Both teams hit the ball all but Pittsburg's hits weht lola's went right to a fieh; T ^ere was' a "lot of luck against lola that the score doesn't showl Tne second game was a sweet revenge. It was a shut'out thus: Pittlburg ... ...0 00000 0— 0 33 ...... ..41 0500 *—10 8 2 1 handle, the time bafe and cr's mit. lola Batteries—Torrie and • McDonald'; Boot and Armstrong. Pljttsburg ^evcr looked like score miaking but oiice and then errors helped ,a man to third. Root pitched a .fine{game, steady effective. ;, Milsap sav^d one danger place by - catching a fly knd stepping on finst ^se, making a double unassisted. The T boys batted the ball hkrd and ran bases daringly, sending the visitors up . in the air. Hetling got a fine hit Iho first time up and the second time was hit on the head and put out of the game. Davis,, a player from Osawalo- mie, who wants to try out as a pitcher, " took his place at third but never had a chance to do anything. Scroggin maJe: a. brilliant running catch, Shau- myer saved a fast infield hit, and Het- made a fine stop at third,'during *the two games that drew applause. The only regret is thKt we did not win two, as Fort Scott and Joplin both lost. Springfield .11 10 Jopliri , 29 M Fort Scott .....23 17 Tola ...... •;>.;v.-v 23 IS Nevada ... 18 24 Sedalia ... IG 24 Pittsburg ..12 128 Leavehworth 10 28 501 429 400 300 2G4 Other League Games. Springfield ...3000000 1 0-^4 7 2 Sedalia OlOOo0000^1 4 ?. Batteries—^Ilorton and Schmidt; Curtis and Schranl. Fort Scott .... 2 3 0 b 0 0 0 0 0—5 G 5 Leavenworth .0 02 0 0 03 0 1—6 0 C Batteries—Cravens and Cheek; Zcl- ler and Redmond. Joplii^ .......20 0 00 0000—2 4 3 Ndvada .,.1 ..20 1 1 001 1*-C 13 2 Batteries-Jones and Stoner; Taylor' and LaFrance. ' • I °i • Electric Car Halted. .About 11 o'clock last night an elec- , trie car, with t^en or more j^eoplo -aboard, was making the trip from La- Harpe to lola. It came to a stop, as nsual, in Gas Cjty, and as it did so there was a slight flash,' a spulU -T, aiad the 11 ;hts wont out. The men worked ovqr an hour while tbfc passengers sat in the darkncsg saying things. The lightning had connoct<*il with the trolley it is supposed with sufficient pow-er to burn out the fuses. After a long wait the men got connected again aiid proceeded on the trip, but only the headlight broke the darkness, the lijghts in the car remaining out. —; — ' '-L'it ' Tour New Drilling Rigs. ' Probably the largest shipment of well drilling machinery that ever came to Allen county is being unloaded at the Santa Fe depot by Fred Horton*;; gang. It.cohsists of lour car load^ of freight from Parkersburg, W. V&.,iand ••constituted four separate new drilling rigs. 'One.of them was hauled to Moran,^ one -but near Gas City and the , other two will be put to work in the county. Horton already has six rigs running and the • new opes will increase his stock to ten. The, rigs are •all new and painted gre^n. ' ThePin^t Line in : tii City Tiiitd Week of ibis Big Batgam Event. Without Parallel ias usual wp scale the heights of Fame. If yott Iiave been disappointed elsewdete, and know you kave, end^avot to balknce y0fit accoont by coming kete and avairyofifself of the many money sa^^ that ate presented to ydti at this store evety day. 1 T " V ExtraQfdiDary Sacrifice dale Ail Thi^ Week. For Best Calicoes, worth 6c. week 4 G per yard. Balance this 2.S00 Yard» Laces »• • # 1 Insertions and Embroideries at sacrificing • prices, all this Spring's productioli, new^ up-to-date designs. We can please you if others fail, come and look through our numerous stock, it will pay you. 7k For 3G inch Percales, sells everywhere for iOc, Balance this week 7ic. For Ladies"Fast Black JEose, regular; 10c kind' special for the balance of this week 8c per pair. 5c For Satin Stripe Dimities, worth 8 l-3c, balance this week 5c per yard. For Ladies' Shirt; WaistsJworth 75c, special for balance this week 30c. 19c For Silk Mulls worth 35c, extraordinary bargains for the balance of this week, at 19c each. ^ IOc For Fine Lawns and Dimities, sold for 15c, special for the balance tliis week 10 cents per yard. For Madras Ginghams Worth 10c, ba,lance this week 6.i<; per yardi ' 9c For Ready-Mado Pillow Cashes, special for balance this week, 9c each. 39c For Brilianteens in black and two shades of blue, worth regular 50c, special balance this week 39c per yard. 12k For fine Diminfies, received late on accouiit of the fiood, ^Tojon sale for balance of thit^ week at 12^c, woith 26c.' IOc For Ladies' drop stitch Hose, regular 15c kind, special for thiB balance of this Week 10c per pair. For Fine Silk Tissues and Silk Granadiens, regular 59c quality, go on sale for balance this week at 39c per yard. New ^hlt€ Waist* Exclusive styles made special for us., See the trade winners, $i,10;--$1.50, $LS8, $2.4S,|$2.98, «3;48, $3;i>8,^$4;S5, ^5.85. ^ Walking and Dress Skirts In endless variety, 500 to select from, Silk, Cloth, Mohair, Eti- mene, Voil, Linen, White Pique, Chambery Linen, Fancy Duck, all new and up to the minute at sacrificing pricej=( from 98 cents up to $25.00, . Cor set Sy Bustles, Pads; Etc. Special values in Corsets^ Bustles and Pads. Long Hip Erect Form "W. B. Worlds Best." Healthful, stylish and comfortable, model for each difierent build of figure, 25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.50 $2.00.' Shoes, OxfoNs abd Sandals For Ladies, Misses, lloys and Childteh, cl|ieaper than you jcan buy them elsewhere. We guarfintee;'every paii? of ^ slioes, that leave^ our! house, a liew ' pjiir for every pair that goes wrong. Fancy Parasolsf Extraordinary reductions for the balance this week. We will give you a special discount of 10 j^e* c0rit|on all Parasols. Don't delay, come at once and take advantage of our special prices. ' ? ^ Gauze Underwear Terriffic selling of Ladies^ Misses' and Children's Gauze Underwear. See table display for prices, sleeveless, with sleeves or wing sleeves. 5'c, 8^c, 10c, 12^0, 15c, 25, 50c. Carfiets, Linoleums, Ci|#Fains Hot bargains in Carpets, Lace Curtains, Porti^rs, Linoleums, Oil Cloths,-Rugs, iMattinj?s, burtains, Poles ahd Window. Shades. See us by all ?neans,xor ^our'HoUsefurnishings.' Advertisers of Facts More fof | Your Money than Yoff can get; Elsewkete Aflthe InsisU Pipolnpt and Sai4 isJFacta|ir Ser- VK-t t.A S. JL

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