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On Imi Wnin i . A iit . 12.
190S, there appeared on our diamond
a collection of inperanuated ball
players and budding youths, imbued
with the idea that they could play
ball. Just where they received this
impression it is hard to ay. We
are confident that no true
so perjured hjruself a to make
the statement, We are equally confident
tnat they have met no team
o inferior that their work seemed
gogd in comparison. So the problem
remains unsolved. How did
the Kuttawa team get the idea that
they could play ball? Like the time
honored question, "How old is Ann '
this mystery of mysteries will probably
down through the aires, it true
answer never discovered '
For nine lonu weary inuiui; the
Marion nine ran and jumped and
crawled and hopped around the bae,
stopping accasionally to yell with
glee when onie ambitious brother
landed on that woebegone pitcher
for a or a home run.
Capt. Guess went back to the days of
hie childhood and in joyous recollection
of thoc scenes, aftnr one of his
numerous singles ho selected a nice
cool spot between first and econd
and played in the dut a he hid
done in days of yore When the
pitcher rudely nterupted hi childish
delight, by throwing the ball to
first, he proceeded to second. Clark
annoyed by the many attempt of the
opposing ide to lower hi batting
average, made a clean
the first ot hi- career. Limb "made
believe" it was Princeton that faced
him and made hi fourth three bae
hit of the eaon. Kvery mau on
the team had ome tunt to
pull orl, and their antic kept the
big crowd amused. In the course of
time, it was discovered that .Marion
had run up ''t icote, wmch fact so
agitated the scoror that he forgot to
rcgibter a single run for tho visitors
In the meantime Kuttawa wa busy,
almost as busy : Marion,
a row ol gooH eggs that would
do credit to tho mot industrious
goose in Crittenden county. Aft?r
they had punished the innocent at
mosphoro for four inning. in vain
endeavor to hit the woird offerings
of Goage, ''Bunk' I'crryman was
brought in iioin centcrfiuld to amuse
n 'aIi ill- "a iip t,aD, For
five inning Huuk' huld forth anil
uut a single, puny hit did they secure.
. Jdho Grime and Gtay Itoohnster
begod for a Muc9 to ahow their
twirling ibility, but Uapt. Guess
turned a old douf er to their pleadings
apd I'erryiuao finished tho
The talo that tl.c -core board felHT
i; H. Jt.
M lion 21 5.
T. H. Cochran
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COLIN. .V f v
Holland. aud Brown.
hit- Gue. Clark. Three-base
hit: Lamb. Struck out
4, by H, by Holland
2, by Smith 1. Double play, Rochester
to Morrison to Lamb. Hit
by pitcher, Lamb, Grimes, Parson
After the delightful proceedings
of Wednesday, the team buckled
dowu to hard work on Friday, "for
Princeton, at one time champion ot
Western Keniucky was in town,
and the third of the sorie. the
game that decided the championship
was to be played. But we misled a
number of things that usually a oconi
pany a Princeton came, and a number
of familiar face that
tf.t Princeton team. We
missed with genuine sorrow, the old
reliable? "Harvey Moore and Mark
Goldnamer, we missed Guy Stovens
and George Petit, and wo were sor
ry that (juarrel and feud- most
sometimes arise, but we romembered
that 'such H life in a small town' and
passed on to the ball park where we
met even greater surprises For, lo,
Fredonia and her blonde but gallant
leader, Will Wyatt were absent.
And we wondered if they, too, had
seen the handwriting on the wall,
realizing full well that it wa not
Daniol, but Paul, who made its
meaning clear to them
After the usual preliminary practice
umpire Lanib called "play boll"
at '.' 10 Marion made three rua in
the first inning. Lamb first up,
went out, pitcher to first. Grimes
bunted aud boat it out Morrison
made a clean two bagger, on which
ii rime- scorea. wue ent a nign
fly to left, which was gobbled by T
Mitchell. Mitchell, of Marion, hit
one much too hot for Moran, hort.top
and Morrison the plate,
Mitchell stold second, great
Parsonr. wa hit. Rochester
sending Mitchellto third, ('lark singled
and Mitchell came home
Go-.age ended the agony with a liner
to Greer. After Guo-s had gone out
in sumo sw.ft work by Moran.
singled aud went to second on
T. Mitchell' error on a balk by the
pitcher he camo to third, and came
home when Myers lot Rocho-ter' hot
grounder go by.
Little can be nr.id of PrincctonV
batting in the first throe inning a
all nino men struck out. In the
fourth Myerrot a bate on balls, but
Rqchektar caught Cunningham's
weak up and Go-ape struck out
the ue.v. to. Manioo scored attain
16 thrift. :.T'Wi;4ir a paaj
wejit to ecnndon t pat-ed ball,
eut to third by Urine' aucriflccand
oame homo when (le rijrht felder
iroppeJ Moi risen ut iri .
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2 Quart Blue Ribbon Freezers $1-50.
8 v 3.00.
gerous. After Greer had struck i
out, G nice made a two bagger, scor
cd on Moran single, who went to
second on the throw in, and scored
wheu Cunningham singled to right.
Cuiiuing'hain went out, trying lo
steal second, and T. Mitchell fanned.
The game was getting interesting
with a rush and realizing that the
crippled team from our sister citj
could still play ball, the boys determined
to get a few more runs, but
not a man reached first in the fifth,
lu the sixth Myers knocked a hard
Huur to Clark, who made a brilliant
catch. Cunningham took two bases on
his drivo to center. H. Rice singled
sending Cunningham to third.
Stevens struok out, and with two
down and Greer at the bat, the fans
breathed easier. Hut Greer, the
same Greer that had faced
eight times, and struck out
eight times, surprised Gossagc,
the crowd and himclf by getting a
three bc hit. That it was accidental
none will deny, but it brought in
two run and gave the team another
score. But, in the sixth Gossage
singled, and with Lamb at the bat a
run was assured. After fouling several
he picked out a good one and went
to second while Gos.-ago came home.
After tho sixth Princeton could do
no more with the the .stick, but in
the seventh Mariom made two moro,
thus clinohing a victory.
The future was easily Gossagos'
pitching by extreme good luck the
visitor hits wore bunched in two
innings. Had they boon scattered,
as wore Marion s, they could uover
have Marion played the
first errorloss game pit up no the j
grounds this soason.
How Prinooton was silonued:
AB R II PO A K
Lamb 1st 5 0 12 0 0
Grimos o, 111 20 1 0
Morrison 2nd, -11110 0
Guess :ird, 5 0 0 0 0 0
Mitchell of. J U 2 1 0 0
Parsons If HI 10 0 0
Rochester ss 0 1 1 1 0
Clark rf 10 110 0
Gossagc p ?, 2 2 0 1 0
Total HO S 10 27 .' 0
Princotou, jtii, ii. n. l'O. a. k.
Myers .'f 0 0 1 I 1.
Cunningham rf A 1 1 1 0 0.
Rico lb -1 1 1 12 0 0.
Stevens c 2 0 13 0 2.
G ruor p 4 0 12 2 0.
G. Rice of 1112 1 1.
Moran s 111 2 !i 1.
Cunningham 2b 3 0 1 0 4 0.
Mitchell If 3 0 0 10 0.
Keoney rf 2 0 0 0 0 1.
Total- 17 21 12 0
Karned runs. Princotou I,- Marion
It. Two-base hit --Lamb, Morrison,
Cuuinnehnin and Rice. Threo
bate hit- Oreer. Base on balls
off (Jreor '-i; orl Gostage 1. Struok
out by Greer 1, 10.
Hit by pitcher, Pareows.
LetterFroro'fi?': r o.
Ingram, X M. I jh.j,
When in need of of Roofing
of any kind remember that wc
can save you niomey. We mean
just what we say when we say,
we can save vou money on roofing.
Make, us prove this statement
by getting our prices before
you buy. We can furnish you
any kind from the Cheapest to
Dear Sir: Kind cmloscd a year
subscriptien for The
We arc always glad to get the
iu our Now Mexico homo. Wc
are proud of our home in Mexico.
We have & fine country and fine
crops here. We arc also proud,
when people ak u where we arc
from that wc can say "vtc are from
Kentucky.'" We certainly fool more
than proud of Kentucky and of Ollic
M. James when wo read what tin
last issue of the had to
say of them.
Jamk r. Cl.ARK.
.1. C. Minner hat returned honiii
from ucar Henderson, whore ho has
been iji. a protracted mooting with
Bro. Price Corry is- making n good
start in the cause as a songtler.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson Rioc wat, at
church Sunday and were the gnosis
ol Mr. and Mr. II S. Hill.
Mrs. W. W. Stoval wa at rl.urob
Sunday and was W. II
and daughter, Mis Ruby.
Sunday was Bro. Thompson s day
at Chapel Hill and hi audicnen wa;
good and his was better.
Miss Ruth TUonipsoo, of
who came with hor father to his
appointment at this place, will remain
several days and will be the
guest of bur many friouda and relatives
in this section.
Mr. and Mr. William Adaintiwoio
the guest of J. F. Canada aud family
Mrs. Hanry look and Mrs iMia
key. of Marion! wore the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. .) C. Adauii Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long, of
Illinois, wore- the guest- f Mr
Long s mother, Mi J '
Coal Coal Coal.
See us when in need of
coal, we are right here with
the goods. Can furnish you
any grade at the lowest market
prices. Guaranted satisfaction.
Marion coal & transfer
Co., Phone 31.
Bro. Oakloy filled bin regular appoint
3icntaat Sugar (Jroc unda.
Mr Martha A. Baker uf Mist
ouri, is viiting her granddaughter
Mic K'lnu and Anna Huberts
Mr. Marthn Wilcox and hildr"n
re visiting her uotlrr. Mrs. Ntite
Mr. Kliza Deboo and daughter,
MiH li.-a, of Mnrion, ore pcndmg
tho week with relative here.
John Oullen and family were tin
gin it nt .Jim Cull.n and wife
We have just received a Car of
Pure Arlington Lime, also a Car of
Portland Cement. When in need of
Heavy Hardware of any kind, Remember
that we can furnish you
Cheaper than the other follow.
We carry a full line of Shelf
Hardware, also Guns and Amunition
When in need of anything in our line
give us a call.
W e Guarantee t o Save Y o u
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thin bomg her old home until a few
years ago mou'd to Kansas.
The tobacco is looking fine In this
scctioti and H. N. Lamb, J. H. Allen,
.). M. Hill, Finnic Corley and
S. II. Phillips have begun or have
finished new barns.
Monday was the holest day of tin-season.
Wo regret to hoar of tho death of
unolc Pat Woodsido, who died at hi
homo noar Pinoy Fork Sunday.
W. W. Btoall was visiting in
Christian county last week.
Miss Ruth Thompson, of Kuttawa,
was the guost of Mrs. Annie
Adams Saturday night and Sunday
Drs. W.ddell & Waddell out a
eaUraet etl of tid Wtddoll's eye lat
Porry Daniel whs in Iola Saturday.
Will Adam and wife woro the
guests of .1. II. Browtor of Now
Diek Crue has bought aeveral
Rov. Thompson wa the gnoit of
Scott Pari Sunday night.
Kd Paris, of Illinois, i working
for Seott Paris.
Diek Mayse was to our section a
few days ago, trying to buy n farm.
Hon. JaHtei Summers, of Livingston
county. wa through bore a few
.Jese Canlin was at View
Want to see
Got the Cash
We guarantee these Prices for the
Week, Beginning August 17, Ending August
Min IVarl Hill hcjiau her school
at Midwa) Monday
H. jj Hiking was in Padueah a few
Strawberries In Angusl In
llopklnsvillc. Ky . Aug.
lo August That is
the UDiniiil delicacy which Hopkins-ville
people are it)iytug oiw. or at
lea.t the part of thm who -re laeky
etioagh to securt u f tb rather
halted Hf 1. Uoe rairr of
yesterday brought t Market
ntoe galloH ul delirious wbleb
he retailed ut tlU cents pr fitlloa
This wag the coMd crop which hag
beea prmivoeil by the Tine thij season
Tbe rnes nr' not no large an
the flrM ones, but are Qae titor and
Coal For Sale.
At the old Spiekard widm, sear
Moricaeflfld Road. Ifi milee
of MartOM at o eon is yr buthol
earn ran got tvy tinoHutol tsal at
IhwRr Yat- P. u Ky.
Closing ot Carding Mill,
Ou Fpt Kill. th rjrdinc
will clue dowu for the teaaon.
Tho- who wih cirdinit done, should
brintr t,. ir at -in .-
I- -' Mirion, K
Dr. King's WewLlSe Pllts
Tho beat In tho world.
to Go On ?
11c per lb.
7c per lb.
13c per lb.
14c per doz.
3 1-2 perlb.
All Cash Strictly Cash.
We have moved to the Old Produce
House, Pierce Building. Bring us your
Schwab Prothsee Co.
In T hu . O' n, It sit Prion,
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