Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 13, 1903 · Page 4
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THE IQLA DAILY REGISTER MONJ)AY. JULY; 13.190B SHOVEL TM OUT WE are going to offer Bigger Bargains tfaan ever. Prices knocked down lower than ever before. " QonH fail to come in and take advantage of some of t&e JBig bargains offered. J WANTED! Want Oil R()<)nis—Two or three housekeeping. Call or IWest Jackson. J. B. roonts for ligli address 307 Bowles. A middle ajied woman wanted at the "Oiir-Way" to operate dishwashing machine. RON SIRE Is in Ida Seking Location for a Plant —Matter to be iTalked by Commercial Cliib. .Tonight. \Vanloil—E.Nperienced girl for gen- oral housework. Good wages, small family. Apply; 20:] South Slate strel. For Sale—Two horses, surrey, big spring wagon, harness and a lot. of chickxMis. A. I L. Harmon, 701 East Lincoln. j ^ For JtenI—A well furnished room, hnth roiiMi (j'n the same lloor, gentleman prererre<J. 201 S. Cottonwood. For Sale—A moral. 200 i3 (>ulh {!hestiiut. two-room luniso for re- • For Salcr—Slock ; of groceries In good locali( M. U'lieap if sold soon. Address or (fall; 1:1 North Jeffen-iou. To Rent—Five room house in East lola. Inquire at 002 tast Madi.son. For Hem—Rooms for light hou.-?e- keeping. SIO S. \ya.sIiington. Five ro(mi house for rent. Inquire of n. E. Miller, SOO Soullv JefTer.son. J. L. Atlams, two mfles north and one mile west of Sanla Fe depot, has timothy hay fbr sale in the llclii, ?3 a Ion. MASON S BALM PlLE,CATARRHand ECZEMA CURg MACiBv HOWELLMFG.CO.,JOPUN,MO» HAMMOCKS t The Finest Line in t;h3 City A gentleman . from Kansas City is in lola talking wiih members of the Commercial Club and other cilizcus about the natural gas for fuel. He is a rolling mill man, having operated mills where all kinds of-sheet iron are made, and he thinks that such a plant in this part of Kansas, using old cast iron and waste inm, could be made to earn a han<l.sonie ijrofil. It is understood that he will ask for some bonus, but how much is not known. Tlu> Commercial Club's regularly monthly meting will bi> held tonight and the gentleman will bo present and the proposition will be discussed fully. Several otlu-r matters of great ituportance will come up aiul it IK hoped that there will bo a good attendance. A Suit to Quiet Land Title. Sarah A. Willingham has filed suit in ilisirlct court to qwiol the title to lots 15,ji;. 17 and IS, block 02, Ilnm- boldt. The suit is lirought agains'. R. P. Ford and his unknown heirs. It seems that the property belonged to Jane Clark, a maiden. In 1SS9. She married Mr. Moore, who died and later wcdde.l R. P. Ford. This was in September, IPOl. In OKobcr following Ford ran away, deserting her and his interest in the properly. He has stayed av.ay ever since. When Mrs. Willingham brught the land she believed slie got a good title, but sues to have any .claim of Ford or his heirs sotj aside. father and' mother survive her. She was married to George Mock October 21. ISOl, ami to thcrf'werc born five children, three of whom together with her husband are left to mourn for her who can never return. She was always a loving wife and affectionate mother, never com|)laining and always clieerful. The funeral services were held from the home Sunday, July 12, at 10: SO a. m.. Rev. J. T. Malcom ofllciatlng. A Fakir on the Train. A Register reporter was on a train enroute home from Cherry vale Saturday when he learned of the working of an old skin game on the train. A young man on tho train pretended to |Want to send some money in a letter to his sister. He wanted $i;o and lack- i»d just $2 of the amoimt. He found a young farmer who had si.\ $10 bills and it wa.s arranged that the grafter should eichangc some coin and bills he had for the si.x l)IIIs, .so they could go in a letter. Mr. Grafter went inlo another car to Kct his other two dollars, returned and swapped envelopes with the accommodating farmer, then jumped off the train. Of cour.sc he had changed envelopes and llicro was only tissue paper in the one the farmer got. Death of Mrs. Lila Mock. :^Irs. Lila Mi>ck died at her residence 71t; South Chestnut .sireel, lola, at 'lO::;o a. m. July lo, Ifto;;. aged thirty years, eight njonths and twenty-si.v days. Slie was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hyliard, of Severy, Kan. She war one of a family of eight chililren. of whom four sisters, hor Chanute Officials in Town. Mayor D. M. Kennedy and Councilmen F. A. Sauer, J. H. Simmons and J. L. Orr, of Chanute, came up on the plug this morning and spent a good part of the day here looking over tho lola waterworks plant. They contemplate putting in of settling basins and extensions of the Chanute waterworks system and have an idea they may pa|L- tern, after the lola plant. Superintendent Allison showed them through the pumping station and tho system was fully explained to them. Notice. EtI. V. Abdtll has been clccled business agent for the lola Central Union. See liim for cither help or work of any kind. Room Labor Hall, 7 to 9 a. ra. and after 4 p. m. LUCK SET iOLA BACK AGAIN. Springfield .Won Here on Luck and Fort Scott Won Her Game on Luck—We Won DTesterday. Saturday's game w8th Springffeld was the hardest game to lose the fans ever gazed at. Horton pitched for the visitors and Klllilay for lola, and. tho Midgets won on luck alone. Two scores they got while lola had none, y6£ the score shows that" lola had as much right to score as they. Both teams had ten hits, hut three of Tola's were tw'o-baggers;_ each team had two errors; Horton fanned three men and Killilay seven. A wild pitch and a wild throw gave the visitors one in the first and a ball that rolled through Henley In right field gave them another in the ninth. lola had ten men die on bases and Springfield had but five. It was a heart-breaker for victory \vouId have tied us for fir.st place. I • The same day Fort Scott boat Joplin on nothing but luck as her own papers say getting all her runs In tho first inning on one hit and errors. And thus lola slid back into third place. Tho other Saturday games resulted as follows: Fort Scott 4, JoplJn 2, Fort Scott J0 000000*-r^ S 4 Poplin ... 1000 10 000—1! G 7 Batteries—Craig and Cheek; Lowell and Stoncr. Leavenworth 5, Webb Cit/ 2, Leavenworth .0 1 2 0000 2*—5 9 1 Webb City .. .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1—2i 4 Batteries—Wilniack and Redmond ; Stirrup and Foley. Umpire—Guy. Sedalia 6, Pittsburg 5. Sedalia ... ..400 1 0000 1-018 I'ittsburg I.. ..1 0 1 200 1 0 0—5 ' 8 Uatterie.s—Catcs and Schrant; [Weaver aud McDonald. Yesterday's Games. Morgan pitched for lola ycstavday and Eeihs for Joplin. And just to show what hard luck it was that we coi.ldn't get runs on ten hits Saturday we made six runs on six hits yesterday. Morgan had the Miners at his mercy and Ihey were shut out in a featureless game by the score of U to 0. Hero is the score. lola- 10 1 00 004 *—C C 2 Joplin 000000000—0 3 5 Ballerles—Morgan and Armstrong; Eells and Stoncr. Two For Springfield. Leavenworth. July 12.—Sprivigfieid, the leaders, took a double header from Leavenworth, (ho tajl cnd<*r.s, liiH afternoon in two of Iho closest contested games of the local Kc ^a.son. althijugh Leavenworth was shut out in both games. Siiringfield got two runs in the first game and only one in llie second. Bunion pitched rings around Kane, while Zellers pitched a good game also. S/orc: Leavenworth .0 0 000 00 00—0 7 6 Springfield .. 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 0-;2 4 0 Batteries—Bunton and Redmond; Kane and Schmidt. Second game: Leavenworth .0 0000000 0-rO 1 1 the their pitls:- to 5^.. an^ febur.^ Springfield .. 100 000 00 0—1 14 i Batteries—Zellers and Rcdn}ondi Kane and Schmidt. Pittsburg 16, Webb City 5 The new Webb City team o Missouri Valley League played initial game in Joplin today with burg and lost by a score of IG Taylor, of Webb City, was wilij was hit all over the field. Pitt and Webb City will play here M(find£f.v and Tuesday, as the park at Webl? City has not been completed, sboro; Pittsburg 4 2 0 1 1 4 1 0 ;J-^lfi |l7 f Webb City . .0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0—r. pi ll Batteries—Pittsburg. Lawton -.and Mcboni\'d; Webb City, Taylor an<j Foley. Umpire—Busch. Attendance —1,200. f . Fort Scott 5, Sedalia 4. Fort Scott, July 12.—Six hundred Sedalia fans witnessed the defc^it of the ^old Bugs in a pretty conte day. Farrell received an injury a batted ball in the first inning tired. There were no scn.'iatioua^ tures. Score: Fort Scott ....30000200 *—o Sedalia 0 00 4 000 00—4 Batteries—Steele and Cheek; roll, Lawson and Schrant. Springfield .7. 47 20 Fort Scolt .......II 22 lola 39 22 Joplin : 21; Sedalia :v.i 34 Pittsburg 2:5 41 Webb City 20 Leavenworth ...lu ta- fro:w d rc- fca- 0 4 ' ) Fa^ . 701 3.3& * a* Hit Ht Ml ><< . 1» MALT and HOP TONIC mm m m m m m It* ON ICE AT DRUG STORE. * <»« ^. m T m <»» m 1* • 40 48 i j;e •j'.iiir; liis"; h-Tl To-: team r W ebb City Gets the Franchis Topcka Capital: Topeka wjil get the Nevada base ball, frau'i While Toi)el;a v.-as wailing to r;i^ few hundred dc^lar.s Webb City in with $l,2'iO and got liio'frar.i It is understood iliat Tojseka have gotten the team fur a kood le.ss money, as Webb Ciiy is a ijiueii; smaller town. Giis Aili(.;-i;i r.ii.s. •! $2110 Iiere before yesterday noon received word that the rnin(rliise already I)een let to Webb City, peka will probably have a ball' next year. She has not as goid 'Hl chance as she would have had il tiio franchise had been secured this /ear. "Dr." Shiveley says ho will do every thing he can to throw the frauehi-ie i) Topeka next season. Vahjabie Time Saved. Slight injuries often disable ,a iuan and cause several days' los.s of tiiiie aiul when blood i)oison devi|ops... sometimes result in tlie loss of a liaud or limb. Cliamberlain's I'aiji Balpi is an antlacptie liniment. Wliui .aji'^li(;d < to ciilH, briil.ses and burns It C^HCS! them to heal (julckly and witliout.jm.t-; tnrallon, and prev(;nts any danKOJ- of' blood poison. For salo by all diiii;-[ gists. ^ i i For forty years lir. Fowler's ExtAiet of Wild Strawberry has been cu,(iu;,'r- summer complaint, dysentery, (jiar- rhoea, Idoody fiux, pain in ilic sliom- aeh, and it has ni^ver yet failed 10 d'j everything claimed for it. ..Largest Line.. Refrigerators and i Ice Cream Freezers . at CRYSTAL ICE Supplied to the Trade Direct at the factory or from our delivery wa{,'ons. All delivery wagons have ourname on them. lola Ice £ Cold Storage Co. KKANK KIODt .e 'Phone 116.' . Mgr. Factory on West Street. |ji n: DAVIESf .There Are Other Ways, But no better way to Sr. Louis Ijlian via Parsons and "The Katy F!:%i ier. FOR SALE Undertaker \ and <: Licensed I I Cmbialmer % IC Tvvehty years experience in the X •!• : biisiness- First class work Y % trtJaranteed. ^* . -—^—— • \ — : — •• — •:• ;> East '5ide of Square, lola X \ Phone 306. "S^ Sir A Good Chance Here i One acre one-fourth mile west of Public square, lola. No gaa or oil lease, price $3.50. About 13 acres adjoining lola, ng gas or oil lease. Price 83500. Terms on this. .OO acres one mile east of city. Price |$65 per acre. Make us an olTer on this. FARM LOANS, LOWEST RATHS. One acre on south Kentucky S Price ?200. Easy terms. 40 acres one mile southwest of lola, nice bottom land, no {(as oi- oil lease on this. . Price 8i,000. i Also a 400 acre ranch 35 milc^ southwest of lola, <'>J acres in cultivation, house, barn and orchan"!. Price $4,000. Terms. CALL ON OR WRITE We Want, to Figure That PL.UMBINQJOB For You. Satisfaction Guaranteed. D. W. BOSTWICK. lola, Kaii x~^•x~x ••^••^v •x••x•^~x~x4••x~^•x•{~x~x~x••x••x~^•^':"^<~^^ J. M. JONES, J ^ Up-to-date Tailor, 7 ^ ; ' West Madison Ave NIcKiDley Crude Cradc STOCK Crude It is the best Oil Stock to buy. There is nothing on the market to equal it. Let us tell you why? It is only capitalized at $200,000 while nearly everu, company in the iield is capitalized 3t $1,000,000 therefore one share of the McKinley .CRUDE STOCK is worth fivel shares of the Million Dollar Comp^iy's Stobk or twoiiand on e half shares of the half million Company's stock. Stock seHiDg m a million dollar company at 10 cents per share would be equal io McKinleyjCrude at 50 cents per share Every $2000. will pay a Que Cent Dividend on the McKinley Crude. We have two splendid Oil Wells now, No. 3 drilling. \ Standard Oil Company pipe line goes right by our wells. We believe these two wells will pump 50 barrels per day or $1500 per month Oi- $18,000 per year, or^ 9 per cent on par value of the stock, or 3G per cent on the price of our stock today, if we can do this from two wells now in, what can we pay bur shareholders wn'en we get ten wells. . | ? j For a few days only you can buy Treasury stock at 25 cents per scare, par value $100. This is only equal to 5 cents per share in a Million! Dollar Compai^ Buy stock where there is oil where is now an established market waiting you. • In order to buy a Pumping Plant 20,000 shares will be sold, theri; pric|s go up. Hon6st careful and confervative management. We invite ypu|r inspection of our property. Subscriptions received by : ' 1 ' F. S. BENNETT, Pfest, GEO: McKINLEY, Tfes'r

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