The Wichita Daily Eagle from Wichita, Kansas on August 28, 1906 · Page 7
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Wichita, Kansas
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Tuesday, August 28, 1906
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glte JSJicMta'gaflletJ iutsaij r Ixrruiticf, August 2 8 , 1 9 0 8. ) 1 If ! i ( 7; r . i P 5 v r it ( i i - City in Brief V Personal and Othir items of Interest to Wtchitana. m CALENDAR FOR TODAY West Side Royal Neighbors regular meeting Tuesday evening. Members will plea.-e be present. There will be a social , this evening on the lawn of the Cavalry Presbyterian churoh, given by the Christian Endeavor , society. Ices win be served. The ladies of the Grand Army will meet with Mrs. Aid at 1302 South lopeka avenue at 2 o'clock today to finish a quilt. Bring thimbles and needles. The North End band will give1 a concert at Irving school campus Wednesday evening, August 29. The ladies of Bebekah lodge No. 484 will serve refreshments. There will be a regular meeting of Wichita Encampment No. 29, I. O. O. F., this evening at 8 o'clock sharp. Work in the degrees. Visiting patriarchs welcome. The Country Club dance-for tonight has been postponed until tomorrow, Wednesday evening, on account of their Newton visitors. It Is for seniors and juniors. Central. W. C. T. U. will meet at the Jiome of Mrs. Ladd, 425 East Central ave-tiue, this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Bring your Union Signals. Visitors welcome. Regular meeting of Wichita Rebekah lodge No. 484 will be held in the hail this vening at S o'clock. After regular business a program will be given. All Re-bekahs invited. The Fraternal Brotherhood meets to- night In the K. P. hall over 203 East Douglas avenue. A large class of candidates is expected. Every member should be present. Lodge called to order at S:15 sharp. GUSTS OF CITY NEWS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Martin, 715 Martinson avenue, Monday morning, a . daughter. Shortly after noon yesterday the fire department "was called to 215 East Douglas avenue to extinguish a small fire in the rear of the National Bank of Wichita. No damage was done. W. Greeson, whose farm is between the two rivers, was at the Eagle office yesterday with a half-bushel basket of 23 apples, one of which weighed one and a quarter pounds. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kearse, of Fort Cobb, Okla., at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Major, 935 North "Water street, Wichita, a baby girl, on the morning of August 24. Mother and daughter doing well. Mrs. Jfellle Fletcher, who has been quite Sick foMhe past few days, is some better. Mrs. Fletcher's husband died some two weeks ago with typhoid fever, and it was thought for a time that she would have the same disease, but all that friends can 3o is being done and it is hoped that she will be up in a few days. Mrs, Fletcher , Is at the home of Mrs. Wright, 613 South Beneca avenue. COMING AND GOING 0 ; Dr. F. Ml Adams will leave today for & trip in western Kansas. " l Miss Cora Schrock has returned from week's visit in Kingman county. , Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lawson have gone to Colorado Jor a short vacation. T. J. Holdrige, of the Kingman Milling company, was in the city yesterday. Miss Alma Welch has gone to Cherokee Okla., to visit her sister Mrs. Plckrell. Frank Gllkey has gone on a visit to Mt. Interring and other points in Illinois. Miss Daisy Moberly of Jackson-Walker's has returned from a two weeks' vacation. "", Miss Mona Taylor left Monday morning for Denver. She will be absent a year. Miss Florence Putnam is spending her vacation at her old home at Mt. Sterling. 311. J. A. Roy left yesterday for Chicago to be gone several weeks on business and Jjleasure. J. B. Doze has returned from western to be gone several weeks on bpsiness and Vacation. Miss Alma Watson of Sedgwick was the . guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Lomai over Sunday. Miss Anna Anderson of Topeka is visiting with, her cousin. Miss Orpha Richardson, at 615 South Sycamore street. Mrs. F. D. Rogers and daughter, Edith, called upon M. A. Rogers. 73tt North Topeka avenue, Saturday evening. Otho leramon left yesterday on the Missouri Paciftc, for Buffalo, N. Y., and ; the lakes, for a short vacation. , Miss Eva Hessell from Cheney is speeding a few days in the city, visiting Miss Eva Walter at 137 St. Francis avenue. ' J. W. Mailey, cashier of the Oswego State Hank, and president of the Kansas Bankers' association was in the city yesterday on business. ; Mrs. Hattie Gatell arrived in the city 'Sunday from Caldwell for a week's visit t the home of her friend, Mrs. E. C. Mclhtlre, of South Topeka avenue. ', ! ' Mrs. Dr. Scribner of Chicago, formerly of Caldwell, left for home last Saturday, after a week's visit at the home of Mrs. K. C. Melntire,' of South Topeka avenue. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Carr went to Newton Sunday by automobile, returning last right. The return trip was made In record-breaking time. Mr. Carr was driving a Courier machine. Mrs. H. G. Ruggles left over the Santa Fe yesterday morning for a two months' visit with relatives in eastern Ohio. It Is expected that the visit will improve Mrs. Ruggles" health very much. Floyd Walker of Cheney, Kan., stopped off to visit with his parents over Sunday at 1S7 St. Francis avenue. He left yes-! terday over the Santa Fe for Chicago and New York, from which point he will sail about September 1 for South America as an expert In the interest of the International Harvester company. . Mrs. W. M. Drake and daughter, Mrs. Fercy Brlstow. have returned home from an extended visit in Long Beach, Calif. . ... They also visited the Cataline Islands and In Salt Lake City. Ogden and Colorado , Springs. - Mr. Drake, who accompanied "r them to Long Beach, will remain through the winter with his son. Lee Drake, who ts located in business there. The J. C. club started early yesterday morning for Whitewater, where they Intend to spend aveek camping and fishing. They will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. -.! - W. B. Harrison. Those Included in the T party are: Misses Bertha Foster, Clara Foster. - Birdeoe Cook. Lela Bagby and Messrs. Arthur Harrison, Roy Reeves, . George Hull. Leslie Eaton, and Master ; Marion Harrison. WILLETT PITCHED MARVELOUS GAME Webb City and Wichita Battled for 15 Innings. CHAMPS WON IT Made It Three Straight from Webb City. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. Springfield at Wlrhlta. Leavenworth at Tepeka. Webb City at Okla bom City. Hntekfaem at J op Us. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Wichita ........ 21Webb City .......1 JpMn lalLcaveawerta a Tepeka ........ 9HitelMMm O Oklahoma City.. 51 SprtagtleK 1 Edgar Willett, the "Farmer" Willett of bygone days, made his last appearance at Association park yesterday afternoon, and the manner In which he conducted himself was fitting to th occasion. For fifteen innings the Webb City aggregation combatted with, the Champions and la the last half of the fifteenth inning the Champions came out vlctorlour. Willett was on the firing line for Wichita and conducted himself in such a manner a to cause many peeple to rue the fact that it was Willetfe last game for Wichita. Willett was In fine form and although the visitors collected sixteen hit off of his delivery and on several occasions la bunches of twos, yet at critical times he was Invincible- and by his clever pitching and the invincible support given him In the field pulled out of more than one hole which at the time looked to be disastrous. A peculiar and interesting coincidence was the fact that Lawrence Milton, st one time Wlllett's manager, was) doing the flinging for the visiting team. Milton also was in fine form and pitched a marvelous game. He, too, pitched himself out of several bad holes. His support, however, was not nearly as good as that furnished Willett, and he was handicapped to a great extent by this-fact. Wichita scored the first run and without a hit being made. In the opening inning Milan walked and stele second. McLear went out on a high foul to Cheek. Rapps was hit with a pitched ball. Milan was caught napping at second, being caught on a throw down to White by Cheek. And then it was that White made a most serious bobble. He rolled the ball along on the ground towards first base. It rolled out into the field and Rapps advanced to third. A wild pitch let him score. After that Milton settled down, and although on several occasions it looked as though Wichita would score, he held the Champions to a shut-out for the remaining thirteen innings, only to weaken in the fifteenth. In the third the visitors got their lone run.' Milton led off with a two bagger. Cheek laid down a pretty bunt, which was fielded by Willett. McLear covered first. Willett's throw was a little wild,' but McLear got it in his hands only to see it bounce out agaia wb.ile Milton raced home beating the ball by a hair's breadth. On several occasions both pitchers were confronted with the bases full and no outs but by hard work managed to cut off the the runs which were bobbing up. As the day continued Willett increased in power. Milton also pitched better and better ball until the fifteenth inning, when the cool evening air began to have an effect on. his arm and be weakened. Miller was the first up in the fifteenth and started this with a two bagger to left which fell just inside the foul line. Holland was the next man up and lined out a neat two sacker that brought Dusty home and won the game. The contest was marked by the fast work of the fielders. Milan pulled off two very fast stunts in lef while Dusty performed with equal vlgilence in center. Rapps also saved the game St a critical point by a marvelous catch. The Wichita infield was as solid as a stone wall. Nothing could get through it that did not bear the government tag classifying it as a clean hit. Fillman covered himself with glory as did McLear whose error was of the excusable variety snd his other fas', work n the field caused the bobble to be forgotten. Holland at first was on his toea all the time and Laughlin nearly got himself in the hands of the law by robbing a man of a hit. O'Leary was there with the strong arm and during the entire game tht-re was not a stolen base marked up against him. Several attempts were made but with the Inevtlable result that the ambitious one had to go back to the bench. ' Jones handled the Indicator and considering the large number of close decisions to be made worked very creditably. Nor were a majority of his close ones favoring Wichita but he decided thing with a fairness that Is a most commendable Quality. Springfield comes today. If the Champions can beat them two of three they will be tied with them foT a berth in the first division. Three straight means a good healthy lead. A remarkable thing about yesterday s game was the manner In whclh the hits were scattered. Below is given the number of hits made each inning. Hits by innings: Webb City ... .10111312100011 Sl$ Wichita 0 0111101111110 2-12 The score in detail of yesterday's game: WEBB CITY. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Cheek, c 6 -0 3 9 0 White, ss 7 0 0 7 3 3 Porkorney, 2b 7 0 $ & 2 0 Rohn. lb.. 7 0 2 13 2 0 Lattimore, cf " 0 1 1 0 1 Meredith. If 7 0 2 0 McCuUam. rf 7 0 1 0 0 Olson. 3b 7 0 0 3 2 1 Milton, p 6 1 3 0 4 0 Totals 1 1 16 C 19 5 WICHITA. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Milan. If 4 0 2 2 0 0 McLear, 2b . 7 0 2 2 S 1 Ranps. rf.. 6 1 0 3 0 0 Miller, cf. 7 1 3 S 0 0 Holland, lb 4 2 22 0 O'Leary. c 4 0 2 3 4 0 Fillman. ss 5 0 0 5 7 0 Laughlin. 3b S O 3 2 0 Willett. p 6 0 1 0 4 0 Totals 4S 2 12 45 25 1 None out when winning run was made. Score by InrJnes Webb Citv 40100000000000 01 Wichita i ooooooeooofloe 12 The summary: Earned runs Wichita. 1. Two-base hits Porkorney. MUton. Meredith 2. Cheek. O'Leary. Miller 2. Holland. Bases on balls Off Willett. 3: off Milton. 8, Struck out By Willett. 4; by MUtoa. a. Wild pitch Milton. Passed ball O'Leary. Hit by pitched ball Rarps- Double play MHton to Cheek to Rohn. Stolen bases Milan 2, McLear. Sacrifice hit Hol land, O'Leary, Cheek. Time of game 3:00. Umpire Jones. Attendance 00. Weatera Aeaoelatlen. Club -Won. Lost. Topeka 67 46 Joplm 61 51 Oklahoma City 56 54 Sprir.gfield 57 56 WICHITA 56 57 Leavenworth 54 58 Webb City 52. 60 Hutchinson 46 67 Pet. .593 .545 ' .509 i .504 i .436 ! .482 1 .464 I .407 i TOPEKA, S; HUTCHINSON. 0. Topeka, Kan., Aug. 27. Topeka had everything its own way in today's game. In the seventh inning the Hutchinson team refused to stand for any of the locals' bulldozing and walked off the field. The game was then forfeited to Topeka by a score of 9 to 0. At this stage of the game the score was: R.H.E. Hutchinson 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 5 2 Topeka 0 5 1 0 0 0 6 7 2 Batteries: Fleharty and Noyes; Mcln-nis and Henry. OKLAHOMA CITT. 5; SPRINGFIELD, 1. Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. 27. The locals won todays game with ease. The score: R.H.E. Springfield 0 0010000 01 6 7 Oklahoma City 0 0302000 5 4 1 Batteries: Groom and Seabaugh; Nelson and Lewis. JOPUN, 12; LEAVENWORTH. 6. JopLin, Mo., Aug. 27. Leavenworth's errors lost them today's game Rowan was also hit freely. Score: ' R.H.E. Leavenworth 1 1 1 0 0 4 3 0 0 6 10 6 Joplin 2 2 0 0 3 2 1 2 12 12 -1 Batteries: Rowan and Holmes; Craig and VanderhllL National League. ' '- " Won. Club Chicago New York .. Pittsburg ... Philadelphia Lost. 31 41 41 63 67 69 73 79 Pet. .728 .641 .641 .452 .433 .3S9 .SSI 73 73 52 51 Cincinnati Prooklyn 44 fit. Louts 45 Boston 40 Chicago, Aug. 27. Chicago again defeated Boston today. Both pitchers were wild Chicago winning by clever base running aha hitting. ' v Score: R.H.E. Chicago 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 05 8 I Boston 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 4 5 Overall and Moran; Dorner and Need-hara. ST. LOUIS3-4; BROOKLYN, 2-5. St. Louis, Aug. 27. St. Louis and Brooklyn spilt a double header today, the honM team taking the .first 5 to 2 and Brooklyn the second 5 to 4. First gamer-Score: R.H.E. St. Louis 0 1020020 5 5 2 Brooklyn . ..00000010 12 7 4 Karger and Noonan; Scanlon and Bergen. Second game: St. Louis 0 1 01 2 00 00 t IT-5 Brooklyn .1 0 2 1 0 0 0 105 9 3 Thompson, BBrown and Noonan; Pas-torius, Stricklett and Bitter. America Leaatte. Club Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 70 45 .610 New York 62 47 .569 Philadelphia ' 64 49 .566 Cleveland 61 M .R St. Louis 69 54 . 522 Detroit 54 e9 .4..S Washington 46 67 . 407 Boston 35 80 ,304 NEW YORK, TTsT. LOUIS, 1. New York, Aug. 27. The locals today In the game with St. Louis tied the score and won in the eighth inning. Score: R. H. E. St. Louis 00001 0000 1 3 0 New York 00000002 2 7 1 Batteries: Powell and O'Connor; Chesbro and Klelnow. CHICAGO; 1; PHILADELPHIA; 0. x Philadelphia. Aug. 27. A single by Hahn and G. Davis's double scored the only run In today's six-inning contest between Chicago and Philadelphia. The game was called on account of rain. Score: R.H.E. Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 t Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 1 0 Batteries: Walsh and Sullivan; Coombs and Schreck. WASHINGTON. 10: DETROIT. 1. Washington, Aug. ! 27. Wsahington batted out an easy victory over Detroit today, hitting Donohue for sixteen safe hits. Score: R.H.E Washington ...0 3 1 0 0 6 0 0 10 16 V Detroit 00010000 0 1 7 Batteries: Falkenberg and Warner; Donohue and Schmidt. CLEVELAND, ; BOSTON, 5. ! Boston, Aug. 27. Cleveland defeated Boston today, 6 to 5. Score: R. H. E. Cleveland 40001010 0 6 11 5 Boston 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 5 9 1 Batteries: Bernhard and Clark; Din een, Harris and Carrigan. Vten League. DENVER. 7; DES MOINES, 2. Des Moines. la... Aug. 27. Loose playing by Des Moines gave Denver a victory today by a score of 7 to 2. Score: R. IL E. Des Moines 0 0000 1 1 0 02 S 7 Denver 2 0030100 17 9 ? Batteries: Manske and Wolfe; Adams and Weigert. OMAHA, 12; PUEBLO. 4. Omaha, Aug. 27. Omaha won today's game by hard hitting, making nine runs in the sixth inning. Score: R. H. E. Omaha 1 0020999 12 IS 4 Pueblo 1 000 0 0120 4 1 Batteries: Sanders and Bender; Morgan and 'ionneman. LINCOLN, 4; SIOUX CITT, 1. Sioux City, Aug. 27. Sioux City lost to day in the first inning. Jones kept the hits well scattered. Score: R. H. E. Sioux City 0 0100000 01 8 3 Lincoln 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 04 8 2 Batteries: Jarrott and Hess; Jones and Zinran. Amrrima .tw-Latioa. At Kansas Cltj Kansas City, 0; Colura. bus, 7. 0 At St. Paul St. Paul, 3; Indianapolis, 8. At Minneapolis Minneapolis, 4; Louisville. 3. At Milwaukee Milwaukee, 4; Toledo, 1. NEWS OF RALauo. Readviile. Mass., Aug. 27. Grand circuit results: 2:07 claas. pacing, pure t3J0. divided, $320 each heat Prince Hal won three straight heats In 27Vi. 2.t)74. 2:06V Red Bird. Darkey Hal, Sufreet. Ed C, Edwin S, and Peruna also started. 2:15 trotting, purse tm, divided. each heat Klnstres won the first and third heats in. 2:09. 2:14. AlUe J. won the second heat In 2:09V Betty Brook. Mack Mack. G.-ace A. Grartan, Belle. Im perial. Alierton. Bowcatcher. Larab;e Rose. Alberta MacDoagal Mary Scctt. Exalted. Princess AtheL Jack Wilkes, Paul Cruger and Charlie T. also started. 2:13 class trotting, purse SJl'. divide!. 1320 each, heat Lady Resolute won the second and third heats in 2:30V Totara won the first heat in 2rC&. O. H W., India. Jennie Scott. Nancy Nelson and Lucretia also started. Saratoga. X. Y.. Aug 27. Results: First race, selling five furlotsga Bertha km. won; Broad Cloth, second; Phalanx. third. Time. 1:23. Second race, steeplechase, about two A", w mv-li5lf RESOURCE8. Wli itaS Loans and discount. .$3278X0 W Q) JLd f -J ww X$' Fumltura and fixture. 975.00 jlf. J JS ff A T TT IT TC? fip?Sr cajj::::.SSS Wr A tt yJ)JLM .Ttai ..5i,7oe.oi Mi J rJ$T V I 1 V gj Jfy I W S LIABILITIES. Th above gtattment la cor- V , tj i iIIEkV . rect" If rf1 H Capital stock 125,00000 reCt - u. f O M V Trustee fund 25O.C0 FRANK T. LA1B Cashier. kr r v fi Interest and ex. 1 yjff v A-?X DepoeJta 14,237.50 yfll Jsgxs Total t5,706.0l M. 'vv Osly Th above etatsment la eor-' ' FRANK T. BLAIR, Cashier. pSiAHD CREDIT BOIIDS ! TIME WE Deposits, S34,23T.80. Cask smd Sight Exeftaage, $23,090.53. Per Ceat ef Aay Dvrar f TUa Beak cis evate fa at aay time aad Iaeyeet the at aay time aad laaaeel tke Seearlttea bealad the b4. miles Paul Jones won; Belligerent, second; Water Ford, third. Time, 4:21. Third race, S furlongs J. C. Core won; They're Off, second; Lally, third. Time. 1:16 Fourth race, Amsterdam., selling race. one mile Right Royal won; Grapple, second; Red Leaf, third. Time, 1:42. Fifth race, selling, 5Vi furlongs Amlnus won; Russell T., second; Plausiole, third. Time, 1:10. Sixth race, mile and a furlong Bivouac won; Yorkshire Lad. second; Senoma Belle, third. Time. J&. Seventh race, selling 54 furlongs Mor- tlboy won; Fish Hawk, second; Vaquero. third. Time, 1:09 4-5. BECKER BEAT MEREDITH Wichita Took Sunday's Game With Little Difficulty. Becker proved to be too much for Webb City Sunday and the locals won hands downa. True, the visitors outhlt the Champions, but their hits did not come at opportune times, while those secured by the locals came when need ed most, and they counted. The errcr business also helped things along for Wichita. Meredith pitched Tor Webb City and twirled a pretty game, but he Is tit to be clssd along with Becker, or with any of the othr Wichita pitchers, for that matter. The score Sunday: WEBB CITT. AS. R. H. PO. A E. Cheek, c 4 1700 White, -ss 4 0 1 2 2 1 Porkomv. V.. 4 3 5 0 0 Rohn. lb J 0 0 s 1 lattimore, cf....... 4 1 0 M'Ojilwm. If 2 0 0 1 0 0 O'hcti. 2b 3 0 9 2 1 Milton, rf 4 1 1 t Mre:th. p 3 0 10 3$ Totals 21 1 24 S WICHITA, AB. R. H. PO. A. E MHan. If 4 0 4) 1 a 0 McLear. 2b 4 112 2 1 Rarp. rf 4 9 2 2 0 MSl'er. cf 2 1 t t Holland, lb.-... S 1 S 1 4 VLery. c 4 I t e 0 F'tlm-'n. s J 1 4 18 TacehUn. Sfc 2 9 1 Becker, p t ft 1 2 Totals Scc-re by laaiu t 2? Webb City .a a a a a a 1 a t Wichita ...1!4I-1 Th sammary; Sarsed ruaa Wichita. L Condensed S fakement of the LAND CREDIT STATE BANK Wichita, Kansas. At the Close of Business Augusts 1,1 906. Open for Business 30 Days only. Watch for Our LaLer Statements. BW1 . TjnATi . .............. ... ... Secured by First Mortgage on Farm Lands. :f rrn ...... . lH ine sworn appraised value ol tne Buildings Total Per cent of valuation loaned, HOW Two-base hit 0"Leary. Thre-bftse hit Mclear. Ua.ea on balls Off Bicker. 4; off Meredith. 1. Strurk out By Barker, 9; by Meredith. 5. Double play Holland to Fllhnan. 8toien Uasen Mclear and Mlil-r. Sacrifice hits Miller. McCuIlum. Hit br pitcher MrCuIIum. Tim of rame 2:10. Umpire Jones. .Attendance 4, 0n. Snadafa'i Game. TOPEKA, 12-7; HUTCHINSON. 3-0. Topeka. Aug. 27. Topeka won b-games f the double-header wj Hutchinson yesterday by the score of 12 to 3 and 7 to 0. Halla pitched both games for Topki and won esrly in the first by h!t which brought In runs and In the second by not giving the visitors a chance. Scores: First game R. II. K. Hutchinson 0020006. ? 0 3 ? Topeka 10!4U('10-i: 12 1 - Batteries: Fleharty aad Noyes; Halla and Henry and Land is. Second rra R. If. V. Hutchinson HOOH00O 0 4 1 Topeka 2 2 0 2 a 0 0 0 7 1 Batteris: Fleharty and Noy; Itslla and Henry. Attendant?. S.OO. LEAVETfWORTH, 13-2: JOPLIN. 2-1. Joplin. Aug. 27. Jopiln nd Leavenworth broke vn in today's doubl- hcader. Westcott was giTr. a tevre drubbing by LeaTenworth anl w vry poorly suppTtM In th first game. In the ond game Hf12ir.f-worth had good control and held Leavenworth to four hits until the nlr-th. when h ead up. Jopl'n laisded on Fanning for five extr base bits ia ts sixth icoing which Rttd Tn r-. deciding the gsTne. Manager Armtrna of the Joplin tin fili a protect of the ran with Umpire Dann b-u Lsv-rworth p!rd Cat-hr PJr.kertfta. wfc- is under uapnln fron the Part Kanm Slate LwT.e t-arr Svrl circus catrhes were male by s!sbri of bth Kixi Is the srord gm. Scares: First gsrat R. H- EL Jep'.ia 19M1 2 f T Lesveaworth ..1422M1$ 12 It 2 Batteries: Wteotl ar.d Ansitroag: FanrJrg acd Plnkertos. Second gaaae R.H E Jopila i It 3 Lesvesworth ... 1 13 T 1 Batteris: HoUlagwortli and Vabfisr-feall; Faaclcg. lUrlaofi aad Plskertsa. Attecdaace. 259. Ltitt IBS AKf E& . f M STR M ... ... . .... . . . . ... . 4. W Vji 5,119.60 Acres of Improved ?l land is.., ....$110,135.00 , 11,460.00 $12 1,595.00 mm 26.62. OUR Casa aa Exeaasg fa Xey!fs, TS. SecvrtUea fceklad Ha 1mm. Amy k14er OKLA. CITT. 3; 8PRIKO FIELD. . Oklahoma Cltr. Aug. 27. Throoga the mssterly pitching of Remit, who allowed only one felt In nine Innings. Oklahoma City scored a shut-out sgslnst Springfield rterday before 5,000 fans. Ihs score was 3 to o. Only two of Bmls's opponents reached first. In four Innings Bemts threw Jutt 22 balls. Peers: R, II. E. Springfield 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 1 1 Oklahoma City. .0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 Batteries: 01mstad and Beabaugh: Bmi and Lewis GEORGE SLLERTO REFEREE Ooldfiel. Ner.. Ag. 27. 0erg K- THE TORNADO Haythorn & Thomu Mercantile Ccspaxy, 118 Eaxl Douglu Sale of Lace Curtain Ends Today Tuesday Commencing at 9 a. m. LACE CUETAIN ENDS These arc carried as samples by drummers. They are tLrt-c-fourthH as 1od as the full, size curtain?. Handsale styles; many of them are sample of r art a i its worth $2.00 to per jiair regular. About 150 of them; no two alike Sale Price n Today, Each I y , mi a La4 Credit ! a lr. the veursn referee, will b third man In ffce rln when Battling Nelson aad Je Gers mt to settle the Ifghtwelght chsmpIOGsMn hers ea tember 3 r.est. Crtppns Ootr pooivl ev 03 tlsiav At yoor dnftgglst'a PrVa, tLOl. Seasonable etkjyte It la all rtgbt to serve com eti th eb. but a pa C water and a twwl aai4 b Hm4 th f-eeet after erry r. Th water m,4 be bt. a ctd water win a taae tT t" greaee Atehlsen 01b. Dtviry Efle, Delirtrtd, 10c Wetk ( 1 w 11 i j ' 1 t I ', ,

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