Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 18, 1903 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, July 18, 1903
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TJHB lOLA BBei81gB^OTRPAY JiiliT 18 1908: The Only Place to buy Gl'ssBware: Worth up to 59c for j _ come down toight tfae only Don't miss this sale. Buy a $1.00 worth anywhere in the store and select and piece of Glasfcware for. 'S LOCAL NEWS. Mi Hi Mi t * *1> MALT and BOP TONIC ON ICE AT DRUG STORE. m m m m % m m m m m •in m Services a/ ' Free Methodist Church. Services at the court house. Sunday school at 9:43 a. m.; peaching at 11 a. m., followed by class meeting; -lircaching S p. m. Camp meeting for this district convenes at Neosho F^lls Friday, the 24th, in charge of Rev. G. I. Winans, district elder Other ministers and workers from a distance in attendance. This meeting lasts over two Sabbaths, until August 2. Our mission is to maintain the Diblo standard of Christian ity, to promote Scriptural Holiness and to give peace to the freedom of the Spirit. All invited. First Church of Christ, Scientist Services 11 a. ,m., subject. "Truth," Sunday school lb a. m., testimony meeting 8:00 o'clock in the evening. All meetings held up stairs over post- offlce. The reading room of the church Is open from two to four p. m. every day except Sunday. All are cordially invited. H. B. Adams, First Reader. Buy your Groceries of us during July. We will make it profitable for you. We constantly endeavor to give our customers the very best service possible. A satisfied cjus- tomer is the best kind of an advertisement. . Knowingr this ' we make your interests ours. WE OFFER TO-DAY: 2 pkgs Cero-Fruto 2.5c 2 pkgs Epg-O-See 20c 2 pkgs Korn Krisp : 20c 7 bars D. C. Soap 2.5c 10 oz pkg Our Navy Soda O.Sc 20 oz pkg Our Navy Soda 05c Jib, i lb. and 1 lb cans F. Bros. Baking Powder 5, 10 and 15c Fryer Bros. Phone 306 2 West Jackson First Methodist Episcopal Church. Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Morning service 11 a. m.; Epworth league 7 p. m. Sunday scho#l and morning service will be held for a few weeks in Odd Fellows' hall,-a few doors west of the New York store. Epworth League will bo held tomorrow evening in the Rest Room. U. B. Church. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m.: Jr. Y. P. S. C. E., 2:30 p. m.; preaching, 8 p. m.; Sr. Y. P. S. C. E. Tuesday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m. Meeting of the W. M. A. Thursday 2 p. m. F. M. Qlllett, Pastor. D. A. HOUSER Expert H^inest Repairs Your Typewriter, Sewing flachines, Bicycles, Lawn flowers, Gals Engines, Lioor Locks, Etc. Baptist Church. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; preach' ing 11 a. m.; young people's meeting 7 p. m.: preaching, 8 p. m. Morning theme "Built Up in Christ." Evening theme, "The Unpardonable Sin." A cordial welcome to all. J. T. Malcom. Pastor. The Christian Church. Bible school 10 a. m.; church service. 11 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., 7 p. m.; church service, 8 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. E. N. PHILLIPS. NOfffH SIDE HARD*y/:f£ Episcopal Church. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; dl\*jne services at 11 a. m. Ladies Guild will meet at Miss Acres'-on Wednesday, at 2:30. Rev. Charles Ryan. Dr. Porter, Dentist J. E. Chattatn, Dentist Dr. O. R. Bushfldd, lientlsL Kodaks and supplies at Miller's. Pearl King went to Howard for a few days' visit. No. 11 East Madison, up-stalrs. Hen- dejTson & Powell's oflSce. Mrs. R. Flalz returned to her home in Savory this morning. ' Mrs. J. G. Mlddlebach returned home yesterday evening. Mr. R. J. Allen returned to his home in Howard this morning. Ribbon sale at Miss Priboth's, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mr. C. M. Martin returned to his home in Eureka this morning. Mrs. H.JTholen went to Piqua foi a few days to visit with friends. Mrs. R. C. Burwell returned to hex home In Yates Center this morning Mrs. L. E. Austin returned to her homo in Sheldon, Mo., this morning Dr. Herschel Hendricks is home ready to attend old and new patients. Mr. Martin Schopplin returned tc his home in Yates Center this morning. Mr. R. W. Joliff left this morning for Fort Scott for a few days on busi ness. . Mrs. L.Barbier went to Joplin to visit her relation and friends for .a few days. Mrs. Jim Henley went to Sioux City, Iowa, this morning where she will visit relatives. R. B. Stevenson has for rent rooms 5 and 6 in the Stevenson building Just at the head of the stairs. Miss Lucile English left this morn Ing for Neodesha for a few days' visit with friends and relatives. Luther Parman returned home from Nevada where he attended the funeral of his grand mother. Charley Row l^Tt this morning for Sycamore to close a farm deal which he has been after for some time. B. D. Shields returned home yes terday evening from Kansas City where he had been on business. The Ladies Aid Society of the U. B church will serve ice cream and caktj in the park Monday evening, July 29 Mr. and Mrs. Bobert Tippie, residing at 310 North Kentucky street, are the parents of a baby girl, born this morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cozad left this morning for Butler countk, Kansas for a few weeks' visit with friends and relatives. Cheap money on city property. Loans made at once it title Is perfect Smith & Travis, room 3, Northrap National Bank building. J. F. Palmer went to Chicago last night to purchase material and stock for a new marble works to be located on West street. He is expecting to put in a fancy stock of monuments, etc., and may go east from Chicago to the quarries. A number of people assembled at the home of J. E. Powell, on First street, last honor of Mrs. Powell's sister, Mrs. Maggis Brewer, of Salt Lake City, Utah. Many enjoyable games made the evening pass swiftly. Ice cream and cake were scrvc-J and the guests allvoled Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell royal entertainers. Among those present were: Mr. land Mrs. Grant Billbe, Mr. and Mrs. Wendorff, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Curtis, Mrs. Ewing. Miss Anna Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell and Mrs. Brewer. John Maclean, Pastor. Little Builders' Chapel. Union Sunday school at 3 p. m. Song service immediately following, beginning at 4, to which all kre cor dially invited. Mrs. Ida B. Jones, Supt Drilling on Big Creek. A company is at work drillihg cn Andrew Howerton's place just across ,Blg creek. We understand that five wells are to be put down in that neighborhood. Her4 's hopln' that their prospecting proves successful. Slowly biut surely development takes its waj- eastward.—Savonburg Record. Supplied to tSam Trad* : Direct fttihe factory or from onr deliv^ wagons. All^delWery wmoM h^ve our bsme on tbwi. Maccabees' Celebration. The Santa Fe sells excursion tickets to Chanute and return July 20 and 21 good returning imtll July 22, 1903 Rate, 70 cents. W. E. Ralston, lola, Kansas Agent Energy all gone? Headache? Stom ach out of order? Simply a case of torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bitters will make- a new man or woman of yon- Notice. Customers may drlyeinto our yard Dm the west side. NEWSGiDiE WHERE THE MISSOURI VALLEY LEAGUE TEAMS WILL PLAY, DU OPEHS rSPBINBEIELO After Playing Four Games In Missouri Town, the Teams Return to lola "for a Series—Pittsburg Opens at "^edalia and Fort Scott at Joplin —Race for the New Pennant Be • gins Tomorrow. ATriai Will convince you of the superior quality of our laundry work, it is always white. it always fits. It is always stylish. It Is so carefully handled in every department that a garment laun- dried by us will last much longer than If laundered elsewhere. May we have a trial package? A phone or. postal will bring a ,wagbn to your door. lola Steam laondry, 112. BAMHOXKSi The Finest Line in tlieClty The following is the ncyr schedule adopted by the Missouri Valley Lea gue' at Kansas City at their recent meeting of the club representatives lola opens the new season at Spring field on Sunday, July 19, and plays four games. Springfield then returns to lola and plays four games, com mcncing on July 3. Pittsburg starts at Sedalia on July 19, and plays four games. Fort Scott opens at Joplin on the same date and plays four games. Springfield—Tola, July 23, 24, 2.". •26, August 28, 29, •SO. Joplin, July 31, Aug. 1, •2, 3; Sept 9, 10, 11. Pittsburg, Aug. 4, 5. 6, 7, Sept 15, IC. 17. Fort Scott, Aug. •16, 17, 18. 19, Sept. 25, ^26. Sedalia, Aug. 24, 25, 26. 27, Sept. 18. 19, •20. lola—Springfield, July ^19, 20, 21 22, Aug. 31, Sept. 1. 2. Joplin, Aug. 4 5, 6, 7, Sept. 15, 16, 17. Pittsburg, Aug. 12, 13, 14, 15, Sept. ^6, 7, 8. Fort Scott, Aug. 20, 21, 22, •23, Sept 18, 19, •20 25, 2G, '27. Sedalia, Aug. 24, 25; 26. 27, 25, 26. ^27. Joplin—Springfield. July 27. 23. 29 30. Sept. 3. 4, 5. lola, Aug. 8, 10. 11, Sept. 12, *13, 14. Pittsburg, Aug. 20, 21, 22, •23. Sept. 21. 22. 23. Fort Scott, July 23, 24. 25. •26, Aug. 28. 29 •30. Sedalia, Aug. 12, 13, 14. 15, Sept. 26, •27. Pittsburg—Springfield, Aug. 8, •9, 10, 11, Sept. 12, •IS, 14. lola, Aug •16, 17,.18, 19, Sept. 25, 26,^27. Joplin Aug. 24, 25, 26, 27, Sept. 18. 19, •20. Fort Scott, Aug. 1, ^2, 3 4, Sept 3, 4. 5. Sedalia. July •ig, 20, 21, 22. Aug. 31. Sept. 1. 2, / . Fort Scott—Springfield, Aug.<12, 13 14, 15, Sept. •&. 7, 8. lola, Aug. 24, 25, 26, 27, Sept., 21, 22, 23. Joplin, July •19, 20, 21, 22, Sept. 1, 2. Pittsburg July 27, 28, 29. 30, Sept. 9, 10. 11. Sedalia, Aug. 8. *9. 10. 11, Sept 12. •13, 14. Sedalia—Springfield. Aug. 20, 21, 22 •23, Sept. 21. 22, 23.- lola, July 27, 28, 29. .10, Sept. 3, 4, 5. Joplte. Aug. •IG 17, 18. 19. Sept. •6. 7. 8,.] Pittsburg. July 23, 24. 25. •26. Aug. 28, 29. *Z<i. Fort Scott, Aug. 4, 5, 6, 7, Sept. 15, 16. 17. OLA SHUT f UT IN AjRtGTIGE CAME Sedalid Won Easily Yesterday in 3 Game That Didn't Count—Score . Was 2 to 0. a i Contiflties tm JULY 25th and tbefc is a on Evctything; Bid Saving ^ H Monday we add tbe following good^ g things to the list already advcttised:^ ^ 6 dozen Men's Pants, bJaeks and colors, reg- -TQ^ ^ ular $1.00 values, special pHce... • "3 Si: 3 dozen All Wool Cassimer Pants^ line patterns, 1^C;3S ^ regular ^2.00 values, speciil price '^^•'^ ^ 10 dozen Men's Work Sliirts, all sites, 50c val- \ 2CJ^ ^ ues, special price......... L * '^•^ 3 7 dozen Men's and Boys' shirts, good ones '25^ ^ special price. .;.. i BARCLAY=SHIELDS CLOTHING C0MP4NY| I FOR SALE % A Good Chance H^r^e One acre oric -fourth mile west ;of Public square, lola. No j ,'a3 <or oil lease, price S350. About 13 acres adjoining Ida, no gas or oil lease. Price S3cK)0. Terms on this, 50 acres one mile east of city. Price !SG5 per acre. Make us an offer on this. One\iiore on south Kentucky ^t. Price 5200. Easy terms. - 40 acres one mile southwest of fola, nice bottom lacd, no {{as (Or oil lease on this. Price $I,0Cf0. ; Also a 400 acre ranek 35 mi southwest of lola. C5 acres ijn ciil tivation, house, barn and orphard. Price S4.000. Terms. FARM LOANS. LOWEST RATES. CALL ON OR WRITE D. W. BOSTWICK, lola. ds, I % I It % % les fWileyPottdr Has moved from tpie stone barn on East Ma(^i- son avenue to I The 5tar Barn on West street, wliere he. will continue to; bjuy your liorges and liiulfes paying at all limes tjhe ^ highest m^rke ^privO Want'-.l—-V Pennsylvania. Wantcil ;K'ioni.g—Two or ' throe,., room.s for liyht hou.sckecping. Call or'" aildrc.'s 307 West Jackson. J. iB. Bowles. A mifidio a,t;cil woman wanted;; at the "Oar-Way" to operate dishwashing machine,. V ' t Th(? Sedalia Gold Bugs shut out the Tola ioam in an exhibition game yes terday afternoon. The game ^was short and snappy ball was played \but the whole game lacked interest both to the I players and to the people who witnessed it. Sedalia made their two runs in the fourth inning on a passed ball. Davis shot a low one over the plate, Armstrong let it go through and the men on second and third both scored. The next man up retired the side. lola played an errorless game. Davis pitched good ball but was re lieved in the sixth by Morgan. The following is the game by in ings: Tola 0000 00 0 00—0 5 0 Sedalia ... . .00 0 2 0 0 0 OO—2 4 1 There Is a sensible, well educated cat and four kittens in town—she and the kittens room at the People's store and take their meals at the "Our Way." Wanted—E.vpenenced girl for gen-; era! housework. Good wages, srijall family. Apply 203 South State sti-et; For Sale—Two horses, surrey, Tjigj spring wagon, harness and a lot of; chickens. A. L. Harmon, 704 East! Lincoln. i ?V>r Sale—Row boat almost new,at j Chicago Lumber and Coal Co.'s yard.j To Rent—Five room house nearly new; plenty of living water. Inquire at 805 South Walnut street. GENEVA. July 15.—Miss Grace Denncy went to lola this week to Bp6nd a few days with her cousin. Miss Olive Knowlloa. It was reported that two or'three families near Neosbo Falls have scarlet fever. Miss Mary Gray spent a few days this week with Mrs. Cllne. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sherwood, a girl, July 12. i Miss Julia and Anita Irwin spent a few days with her brother last week, reported that Mrs. Clara Mable For Rent—Four nicely unfumisiie'l rooms close in. Call at Room 9, Bartels" buildijng. ,'' Six horse power gas engine for sale J. E. Jones, 224 South street. For Rent—A well furnished room, bath room on the same floor, gentleman preferred. 201 S. Cottonwood. For Sale—150 head, of stock sheep. J. E. Bibins, three miles south, of .Lone- Elm, Kansas. • •For Sale or E.xchange—New, grocery stock and building. Call at ^oom 9, Bartels" building. For Rent—Good 7-room hoarcjing house. Cement town, in good repair. Pan of bed-room furnitrre for sale Call third house north ol ^'MX-^ for information. iJ ^Aperfeci Vail Go^tlijg Combines'Cleanliness I and Durability Any one can brush ft on No ono can rub it off Plsatico is a pure, permanent and porous '^11 ft>atifi^, and does not require taking; off to renewasdoall kalsominiE^. It is a dry powder, ready for use by addmgcold water and ban be • i ^ .1 t_ : easily brushed on by any one. Made in white antt fOurteea fasbionable tints. ANTI-KALSOMIRE GO. I GRAND RAPIDS, HIGH. / ^ V For fall particulars aitd sample card ask . EVANS BROS J.Largest Line,* Refrigerators and Ice Cream Traezers at NORTH StO£ HAftOiYJine THE LUCCQCK 1 storage and Trantler Line. * Union line. Does ConvacS WOrk. Genera Transfer; work. House. Sa;re and Piano MovJnir S^rnnks and BaKgage«4uled.Hous«hold Gooda ^ :ked. Stored and shipped. : OfflCe and Store im Ili West Madison Avenue. Phon 8S 8 lola. KanMa.- 1^ SOW liOT fa?m: Relieves Instiintly'loc Mcpcy Refunded. Muscular Sotc Mtadeir SordJointa and Ncowlgia. Extenul Rcmeilr w&|cli wffl Sweat 0|tit " lijAaintniltfcwi

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