Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 16, 1903 · Page 3
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pen or 9 wnen we It is the best Oil Stock to buy. There is nothing on the market to equal it. Let ua tell yon why? It is only capitalized at $200,000 while nearly every company .. in the field is capitalized at $1,000,000 therefore one share of the McKinley CRUDE STOCK is worth five shares of the Million Dollar Company's Stock or two and one half shares of the half million Company's stocK. Stock selling in a million dollar company at 10 cents per share wonld be equal to McKinley Crude at 50 cents per share Every $2000. will pay a One Cent Dividend on the McKinley Crude. We have two splendid Oil W^lls now, I^o. 3 drilling, p Standard Oil Company pipe line goes right by our wells. We believe these two wells will pump 50 barrels per day or $1500 pej month or $18,000 per year, > per cent on ipai value of the stock, or 3(5 per cent on the price of our stock today, if we can do this from two wells now in, what can we pay dur shareholders get ten wells. • ' ' . i 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 ja. ; Million Dollar Company. 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,then prices go up. . Hbnest careful ^ij^ conservative managenjent. We invite your inspection of our property. Subscriptions received by R S^IENNETT, Ptcst, GEO. McKINLEY, Tfcs't ' JOE Mc|CINLEY, Scc'y lola, Kansas. Htimboldt; Kansas. lola, Kansas. OR THE ALLEN COUNTY INVESTMENT CO., lola, Kansas. , Prompters of this.Company Groujid Floor Bartels Building. BUSH & LEPFLER, Watchmakers and Opticians. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical and Kodak Supplies. Spectacles. 25c to fl.OO. Watch repairing a specialty. West Side, lola, Kansas. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. A. V. LODGE, Physician and Surgeon. Chronic diseases successfully treated. Office over "pur Way" riestaurant Phone 461. Res. 901 East St. Office Phone 147. D. W. Reid. Jas.T. Reld. RErD & REID, Physicians and Surgeons. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat attention given to chronic diseases. Northrup. Building. Special surgery and all Office, room 14, PMne 357. MHylEOUGEJIE STJNDINE Important Missouri Valley League Meeting Being Held at Kansas City Today. DR. B. E. JONES, Head Pljiysician M. W. A. Female Diseases and Obst^etrics a Specialty. Office over Barclay-Shields Clo. Co., Phone390. Residence 502 S. WiBshlngton, phone 389. DR. A. N. MINEAR, OSTEOPATH. Chronic and Nervous diseases a ^ specialty. Office over "Our Way" res-'' hopeless taurani Office phone 147. Residence doom is also pointing that way. phone j 454. '"The causes for the reduction to a six dub circuit can be laid to the bad weather and floods during May and the early part of June and ml\jnan' A mooting which means much to the circuit of the Missouri Valley League is now In progress at Kansas City. It has been known for some time that some radical changes had to take place In the league or else several teams would have to drop out. The following dispatch in the morning Kansas City Journal explains the present situation: "The Missouri Valley League circuit is very likely to be reduced to six clubs. A special meeting of the magnates has been called by President Shiveley for a discussion of the situation at the Hotel Baltimore this morning at 10 o'clock and if a reduction :s decided upon Webb City and Leavenworth will be without teams. Webb City just last week acquired a franchise and as a park has not yet been built that place would naturally be one of the first to be considered in the reduction. Leavenworth looks like a tailender and the finger of P. M. ANDERSON, Practical Architect. Plaqs, Specifications and Estimates ; on alljclasses of buildings. Special at- 1 agcment in a couple of cities. The retention given to modern Improvements manning six clubs are in solid financial and superintending. Office, room 17, second floor Northrup Building. C. C. GUYNN, M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office in New York ^tore Building. » DR. McMILLEN, Offiee'Phone 32. Social attention given, to the treatment of all CHRONIC DISEASES and Diseases of Childrein. ^ ^ Office in' Mrs. Turner's Bldg. West Madison. Residence 219 So. Walnut. Residence P^one 232. , ISee Our Bnggiesand Syrreys Before Buying r^OfiTH SIDE HARDiyj3fi£ MASONS BALMj A GUARANTEED PILEXATARRHandECZEMftCUffl MAriBY HOWELL MFC. C0 .,J0PMN, Mp» condition and with only themselves to look out for it is figured thut the remainder of the season will be pros- porous. '•If two clubs are dropped there will lie more Sunday games for the remain ing teams, as a new schedule will have to be drawn up and it Is very probal)lo that the surplus players will be used in" strengthening th© weaker clubs, especially Pittsburg. ^ "President Shiveley has asked for a full attendance today and it is very likely that every towp will be represented. It is said that a majority of the magnates are In favor of red'uc- tion." T. A. Milne left for Kansas City this morning to represent the lola franchise. Mr. Tholen expressed himself this morning as being opposed to any change in the present circuit and thought it best that the league continue out' the present schedule. Just how many are of like opinion remains to be ascertained at the meeting today. . . The three games scheduled with Sedalla here this week will be played If the weather will permit The standing of the clubs at present is as follows: Springfield .43 20 683 lola 41 23 641 l^rt Scott ... 41 24 Joplin ... '........30 28 5G3 Sedalla.. .15 29 517 Pittsburg 25 41 379 Webb City 20 42 323 Leavenworth 15 50 231 Awakened False Hopes. Yesterday afternoon the report ttas curculaled that Pitcher Glil was coming back to oFYt Scott and that ho would be here last night, and was later posted on the bulletin board at Hobson's. This caused the fans t,f the city to wander and stand around in amazement. It is known that the pitcher could not be secured and the report, coming as It did from seemi.ng good authority, stirred them up some, but there seems to be nothing to It, and Gill did not af^ive in the city last night as predicted, but is still playing In the north, where he has been all cf the time since leaving here.—Fort Scott Republican. Base Ball Notes. Yesterday was an off day In the league and no games were played. Leavenworih has surrendered hur franchise. Yesterday was pay day an 1 the treasury was dej)lete<l. Warren Gill has expressed a desire that he is anxious to return from the Three I claguo to the Fort Scott foam. Jimmie Driscoll played with the Gold Bugs yesterday and if he suits he will probably bo signed. Ho is plav ing for a homo. He al-^o played .T couple of games with Leavenworth. Ho goes to l;ln wi|h the Sedalla team. —Fort Scolt Tribune. IVtlNING COMPANY ORGANIZED. lola Parties Interested in Properties in Colorado Gold Fiejd. Ope of the Jatcsi; or^ijinlzallqns to bo formed in which. lola parties are interested is the Oak Gold Mining Company, which was organized recently under the laws of Sout"h Dakota with headquarters at Huron and branchl office in this city. ? • The company controls ten gold mining claims west of Cripple Creek, Col., in the Cameron gold mining district. Their capitalization is $2,000,000, par value of shares $1 each. \ The following are the ofllcers elected;^ W. A. Hess, president; C. A. Hess, vice president; T. Hyde, secretary; L. L. Northrup, treasurer; J. P. Hess, superintendent; E. S., Slough, attorney. Real Estate Transfers. John H. Keller and wife to 'w. H. Whetson, $300, lot 4, fffed n half lot 5, Boughton's add. to lola. Julia LaGrange to F. S. McKelvey, $150. lot 1^ block 1. LaGrange. Mary E. Northnip to Moran Improvement Co, $12.70 25 feet off west end of lot 2, block 29, Moran. Era Tefl't and husband to Harry Cummings. $360, lot C, block 113, lola. Marj- B. Northrup, ct al to J. A. Wal! lis. $9,250, west % of secfiorf 13 and west of southeast »4 of section 13, i also east J/A of southeast '4 of section 14, Southeast Vi of northeast V\ of section 14, ir township 24. anuih of range 20 oast. Tract of land contains 520 acres. Two Cents a Day. Beginning yesterday the Inmates of the Hutchinson reformatory will each receive a salary of two cents a day. In the past they have worlced for their board and clothing. "The board has reached the con- clusioij. that the inmates can be bqtter disciplined if they are put on a nominal salary," said Phil Kelly, president of the board of managers. "TJhe amount of salary doesn't matter so much as the fact that they are on a salary. When we parole a boy fk-e fit him out with a new suit of clothing and send him home. But putting him on a small salary he will have a little spa -3 change also when he is paroled. Many years ago the convicts at Ihe penitentiary received no pay. They were finally given three cents a day and it improved the discipline vry much." Notice. Customers may drive Into our yard from the west side, near Standard Oil Co. warehouse, while Madison avenue is closed for paving. Northrup Lumber Co. TREMONT LUNCH ROOM Anything in the Eating Line steaks. Chop*, Ouiletsi. Handwltchcs. ChllU Etc. Clt'ors.Tobiicco, Kru It. Cakes, Kto. GIVE US A CAU.. I PHONE t 470 479 % For Your ••• % Gas Fitting and % :> Light Hardware % iE.S.EAKIN^ |: ll )2S .KentBckj. Agency For the OLIYER TYPEWRITERS At . Alder's Hair Vigor males the hair %^^^ because it is a hair-food. It leeds the hair arid theihair grows, that's all there is to iti It stops falling oHhe hair, too, and restores color to gr^y hair. " SI. Alldrrwciite. O.A7<n-Oa..Z.owaU " New Liifflber Yard if the 11. K. & T. Bemt jok, Kans., Jtme tO^ $903| To the people of lola aiid^Aflen Cottniy: The ttndefsigned Lumber Company has opened ftp ^ yard on north Jefferson ayenoe, ad- foinlng ihe M. K. ^ T. depot, where yoif will find a complete stock on hanc^at all times. We ai& , Jot K sharejof yooir t^ade and hope to :^erit tiie same hy fair pric!^ and good material Come and see as and get prices before yois htfy* Yotfrs Respectftffly, S. C. EARNER Inmber Go. J, CHESS t Contractor in Paint* For all kinds of &st class Painting, Paper hang- J % ing. Decorating and fiiti^hing call on J. O. HJ^ISJS, X Ouly First Class Painters^ fikishers and decorators employed, ^ v .x~^x~^•x~x••x~^•x•*•:~^•x~x~x~^•x-x-x-x->^•x~x~x~:~^^ No. II S. Jeffefson PnONE 75 I C. L. WHrrAKER, Tha rent yoa pay will bay a better h«ii«e thca tbe one yoa are reatliv. Come and leeme. tieal Estate, Loans and Insurance. Up 5tBks[in Turner Baildins. lola, Kansas Other Makes Cleaned and Repaired • Local Secretary for The Atlas B. and L. Association. > Ii t' n 'M' 'I j 'I"!- •!• 'I- 'I- 'I' 'I' '> lyl' f" 1' * 'I' 'I' I' 'X '1' I' 'I 'I' '1' 'I- 1' t'»•! 111 » i 111 'M * It THE REGISTER IOC PER WEEK ADDITION TO MIELROdE PLACE. A bcautiftil site fot a Home on ttc Electric R. R., witfiiii a few miiMitcs ride of LaHati^; Gas City, or lola.^ Close to ^he Smeltcfs, and new Cement plant, it has the advahtfges of fresfi^ and natfira^ gas. No place better for a home in Allen coiintyv Lots 50xJ50. PRICE, $75 to $ioo. Small Monthly Payment§; Title Guaranty » 3 -'''ti il

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