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Arkansas City Daily Traveler from Arkansas City, Kansas • Page 3

Arkansas City Daily Traveler from Arkansas City, Kansas • Page 3

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KTANRR niTY DAll TR PRIiA. JULY 16. lv09 BOLTON NEWS NO GAMES YESTERDAY STATE LEAGUE STANDING Mrs. Rose Beguin has been quite rn-rn. mm mm mm 1 6 Ao Pollock indisposed the past week. i ivnr hTrsf if TiTiH air 2 Frank Bagby came down from ii ii ii 11 tat. nil is i i ffTtis Wichita recently and spent a few deys visiting home folks. Club Won Lost Pet. 42 25 .627 ..42 26 .618 Lyons 40 26 .606 Great ........32 33 500 .......34 35 .493 Arkansas 23 38 424 25 40 .392 Larned 21 41 .349 Mrs. T. D. Lowrey, who has been Her very ill all spring, is improving slow ly in health. Claude Anderson has been quite indisposed the past week. A number of Boltonites went to HAS 7 room house forrent. 3 room house and six east front lots in the 1600 block on North srteet Winfield Thursday to hear the famous Billy Sunday lecture. Mrs. G. T. Bacastow and Miss Jessie Wiley of the city, visited Mrs. Pearl Estep last Sunday. Mrs. Anna Schnee and Wm. Brad Guessing may gO in some lines of business; but not in prescription work. You are safe here. ley visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cramp- ton last Sunday evening. Rev. H. I. Kohler of the city, fill for $1000. 5 room house at 719 N. Fourth street for $1000 on nstallments. ed his regular preaching appointment at Theaker last Sunday afternoon. After services communion was observed. Claude Anderson and Chas. Som- ers were entertained by Miss Ethel BASEBALL NOTES Arkansas City began the series of four games with McPherson this afternoon. A double header will be played Sunday, l'ete Laflamboise was slated to do the twirling act today. There is a rumor that next year Winfield and Arkansas City will have one team between them and probably get in the Western association. The report also is that thej inter urban company will build a ball park at Hackney and in this way large crowds from both places will attend and it really will be one team belonging to both towns. A baseball player here says that once he tried out in a large town and the newspapers roasted him. He says he is certain "he didn't care" for such sort of criticism. We thought Get rude Hoffman had a copyright on that "I don't care" song. Shoffner, Johnny Meade, of Wellington; Drouhard, Burns and some of the rest; of them, who have disappeared and no one knows where, are probably playing outlaw ball under an assumed name. Parks may be McLaughlin last week. Mrs. S. E. Bagby and daughter Eva, visited in Arkansas City last (LflBflSseir (Fireftz The'Druggistsf Saturday. Miss Ola Osborne of Tonkawa, is spending her vacation in this vicin ity. She is at present visiting Miss Ethel McLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Somers enter tained friends from Sumner county last Sunday. 3C Depository for the United States Depository for the State of Kansas George Anderson harvested a bumper crop of timothy the past Yomfelto'O: The Wolford Stock Co. Presents week. After mowing, the timothy The IKlomme Nattionall Established 1888. measured at least twelve inches in the swath. This is an unusual crop managing the bunch for his where in Kansas. abouts are not known. Mr. and Mrs. Will Utley of East Large crowds are planning to at Bolton visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. tend this series of games and take Crampton last Saturday. away the worm from the ring leaders. The postponed game between Mc It is reported that Miss Ethel Mc Pherson and Newton which was to Laughlin is contemplating purchasing a new piano. Has arranged with the Kansas Bank Deposit Guaranty Surety to guarantee the payment of every dollar of eveiy deposit. The Little Claude Anderson attended the union services at Paris park in the city, last Sunday evening. mister Miss Mabel Bristow, Miss Ruth Lowrey and Master Rouel Lowrey were guests of Misses Bessie and Your Business Respectfully Solicited Same Price 10 20c Grace Beguin last Friday. Nat Lawson and son Lee came Depository for Cowley County Depository for Arkansas City over in their automobile last Sunday and attended services at Theaker. have been played here this afternoon, has again been delayed on account of several of the McPherson players leaving town last night by moonlight. Depew, their catcher, was one of them and he took three or four others with him. It is also understood that a couple of the Great Bend players and one Hutchinson players went along. Newton Kansan. Killilay who was on his way to th town and was going to sign up with the Grays met with a McPherson man who got out a contract and offered "Killy" such an inducement that he cou'dn't turn it down. lie is wearing a General uniform today Instead of a Gray one as he ought to be doing. THE GREATEST SHORTSTOP Most Attrac tive Excursion OOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Floor Coyeriegs and Ever offered to the east. Low rates to principal points in Atlantic coast states, Great lakes district and Eastern Canada. Diverse routes, very liberal stop-overs. Tickets on sale daily June 1 to September 30. Final return limit October 31. The fl 0 We are showing some Special Values Herman Long Slowly Succumbing to Great White Plague That Herman Long, who years ago played in the Western League and who as a member of the famous teams managed by Frank Seelee was regard- in Bedroom Rugs, also Velvets and Axminsters in pretty patterns. We have a combination of QUALITY and PRICE in Linoleum never before seen in Arkansas City. Let us show you at the "Veribest" Store. el as the greatest shortstop in the W. Wentworth of Arkansas City, attended services at Theaker last Sunday. Mint Crampton met with quite a painful accident last Friday, which might, however, have proved more serious then it did. In unhitching the team from the mowing machine he failed to unhitch the traces. The horses started, which threw the tongue of the machine against Mr. Crampton, knocking him down and rendering him unconscious for several hours. A physician examined him but found no dislocations or fractures, but found the shoulder badly sprained. At present he is do-ing as well as can be expected, but will be laid up for several weeks. O. R. Bennett, who has been very ill for the past five weeks, is still growing worse. His many friends sympathize with him in his suffering. Will Baird of Tulsa spent several days in Bolton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Crampton and family of Portland, Kansas, visited E. C. Crampton and other relatives in this vicinity Wednesday and Thursday. G. T. Bacastow, who has been visiting his mother and sister in Pennsylvania, since March, returned to his home last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth of Sumner county visited in Bolton last Sunday. game, is slowly succumbing to the inroads of the great white plague, is the statement of members of the Den Bas the best train service. Let us furnish you rates and descriptive oooklets and assist you in planning vour trip. J. W. CLAIBORNE. Agent. Phone 615 Arkansas City, Kas, F. E.Clark, Div. Pass. Agent, Wichita, Kans. ryr 8T, Walnut Block, West Fifth Avenue. OOOOOO OO DO OOfeOOOOOOQOOOOOO HIE CANNING SEASON i So are we with the best offer ever made on Preserving Kettles in iflllW HIGH GRADE IPPk TO1 CMP TRIPLE COATED ILlrlilltt-ILa-iF Vf HLCiL ver ball club, who are circulating a subscription paper to raise funds for his support in his last days. Long is qow in Colorado, where it is hoped the mountain air will relieve his suffering. In the days when Long was a star baseball artist salaries, had not reached the princely size now being paid and his earnimrs have slowly been consumed in the past few years. Sioux City Journal Most of the old timers here will remember Herman Long. Hejgot his baseball start with the Arkansas City Grays. When the boom was on here years ago, Arkansas City want ed a ball team. At that time Billy Vingate was city engineer here. He was selected as the man to pick up the teim. He went to Chicago and Herman Long was among the players he picked up there. Long was a ball player from the start of the game to the finish. After the Grays disbanded, Long went up and landed on the Boston team. For years he was a wonder and was the idol of the fans, fie wore plug hats and dress; suits when not on the diamond. Finally, he quit the game, having accumulated enough money to go into business. He started or bought out a saloon and that was virtually the finish of Herman Long. He went broke in the business and endeavored to get back on the diamond but he was a back number. The saloon business and ball playing do not go together. Wanted four women at the steam laundry. Steady work and good wages. Otf NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS Who have grrain to sell. The Missouri Pacific elevator is now open for tne season. Let us bid on your grain. me to the elevrtor. A Prcbst, manager. 4 tf Crystal City, Tex. C. W. Terwilli-gers' town had a big Fourth of July celebration. Frank H. Leonard, president of the Pioneer club, had charge of the program. Mr. Leonard lived here for years. The ware that carries the guarantee of satisfaction or your money back. Two Styles Four Sizes Our Grand Offer While They Last 75c size at 49c each $1.00 size at 69c each 85c size at 59c each $1.25 size at 79c each With each kettle sold at this price we will give free one No. 110 long handled dipper. This sale is now on at our store. Come in and look, them over. WORE 3 A M. IP" AM We can make it worth your while when you are ready to 'engage us. We are simply taking this method to get acquainted. That we are Expert Plumbers and Steam Fitters you can easily learn by investigation. L. Emerick Phone 219 115 North Summit, Street Phone 121 FOR CONSTIPATION. We are so positive Rexall Orderlies will promptly relieve constipation that we offer to furnish the medicine free of all cost if the user is not satisfactorilly benefitted. Surely we could offer no better argument as to why you should try Rexall Orderlies. They are particularly pleasant, are eaten like candy, and may be taken at any time of day or night without inconvenience. Two sizes, ioc and 25c W. N. HARRIS The Rexall Store. For Sale New five roiai I Sleeth addition. Inquire at Electric ght office. tf-93 Subscribe For The Traveler

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