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promise was nnaiiy maue. soieiy on
.unnon pari urausu ine manage nem .
nm n thnj innmg
did not wish to disappoint the In!4(lwogcortt
for Mar,ont wh.n two were
crowd gathered to see the game. Ac
on bagos an, M
cording to every custom of amateur
., t0 ,t(ja, Monranfl.U
Manon entitled to select .
com, m the Mr6, when Langhlan
me umpire; me man seieciea was one
whom we challenge any team who has
played under his umpiring to bring the
least charge of unfair dealing. But
because Morganfield was determined
to win at all costs, she argued and
blustered until Marion, rather disgustedly,
gave in. We do not believe that
the fair minded people of even Morganfield
would have defended the ac.
Good Racing Fine Exhibits
Splendid Array of Free
Low Rates on Railroads
sand Fine Train Services
gStrouse's bal High Art Band
of Evansville, will furnish
Friday's game was largely one of
lurk. Marion out hit Morgan A eld
more than two to one. bat Morgan-
( ummins, ss.
R Talor. m,
C Taylor, lb
SO 1 7
and Marion did not. A little bad
roached first on an error stole second,
and came home on Holycross hit; again
in the ainth Burroughs reached first
on an error, stole second, and scored
ST 6 t
33 2 3 27 13
1 2 3 I 5 7 5 0
0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0
00100 0 00 1 2
second game, on Saturday, with '
Steer. pitching for
Cooperrider uftehod for Mudisonvlllo
against Morganflekl Monday, t Madison
vflle, and Morgnnflold waa bontan,
8, to 1. largely by his axcellunt work.
Holycross pitthwl for Morgniifluld, and
was again clearly outclassed,
MorjranfleM's claim to the championship
of Western Kentucky, (and thay
even said all of Kentucky), waa a little
premature, aa the ruault of their gam a
against Mudisonville showed.
will please remain bar that so far
thoy have an even break with Miirion
ami with Madisonville, and have not
met Princeton. Thty aril hdi distance
from that championship yet.
And three games out the last tan
plnyeed with Marion is a somewhut
small purcontage of wins to mako auch
n fuss ovur.
Manon may be in the bush, but
she was able to send a pitcher to Madisonville
to down the mighty and
, " , , .. ' i oheaty Morganfteld team.
thn nnv mirnml run nf th ranw. pnmi
when Taylor and Cummins doubled to
the right floW fence In succession, in
the fourth. Cooporrkier out pitched
at all points, as the summary
N'o wonder Morganfield does not love
a school tournament. They lfk nothing
in which they can not win, by sitae
means or other.
The funny bono of the editor of the
MorgvnAakl Sun is tickled. Rend carefully
these few comment:
"Many of the people from Morgan
field earn home witfi crieJcs in their
accke caused from gazing up at the
skyscrapere. The ire lo-n tborc
are very high."
N'ot o. Cnariio. it wh the
whisky they brought with them. The
wonder is they did not ee makes sad
have instead rf Hks.
Ei "Who used his arm' Coopernder.
0 . Who nsed his head? Holycroas. Con-
shed tears? Cooex
If Cooperrider shed any tears, ho
shed them in dire tJty for the
crowd from MorganfteW that pnrad
od the streets of Marion all night, -log
language unpnntable. The crowtl
failed to respect the e'otant men aad
ladies who come with them and who
were witnesses to the utter disregard
for Marion and cititeng.
To show CoonerrldsT's upenority
Marion and over the organflai l tesun. he detent
for WorganfieW. was won by i - "" ai naaK nwit oy a
'he latter. 4 to 2. Marion iost )seause score of S to I.
Morgangeld bunched nearly all their hits '
inning, scoring all their I Morganfield want to MUdisonviUe
and all of them wera earned. Monday with their boisterous rooters
factor was the phenomenal ttemptea to ran over exerybooy
.k .' ne isitine outfield: Hall in "Hs " Ujr cw at Manon, but
t . r t and Ilurroughs in right had nine tP w to se
I t between them. Only three
f these were on flies, the others being
. n.. lne. which in nine cae out of
n. would all have Ron for hits. Four
. f their catches wore on the "circus"
opr and two of them were as fine as
an name ever produces. Perhaps the
fn? who saw Saturday's game did not
realize it, hut they saw finer out field
work than most big league tesma could
produce, it is afe to aay that there (
ha heen'no othe r came played in the,
country th.s year where four suchl
catche were made were pulled off by
Hall and Hurrousns m mis game.
Each of them cut off what seemed
Itain hits, and at least two of tha outs
lostuvo runs each to Mnnon. It all of
Uorzanfield's team played tlrnt sort of
ball all the time (which they don't), j
nothing cculd beat them, short of'
Piitaburir. at least. The visiters in-!
field work was very inferior to their .
ourtiefj, s arrow being credited to!
them, waiok produced both of Marion's '
,,o Varion played an errorle ji
wwne.and had Morganfield's pJayinpl
fjaibacnetMttn"eir mueld. Ma-
ing on the wad. Coopernder waa the
"?nod Dtniei" that was able to read
Ask yoijr doctor about the
wisdom of your keeping Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral in the house,
ready for coids, coughs, croup,
bronchitis. If he says it's all
right, then get a bottle of it
at once. Why not show a
'little foresight in such matters?
Early treatment, early cure.
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uw FOLLOW THE CROWD THE KIMDEST OF
You will not regret it
as the Yandell-Gugen-
heim Co., are this week
outdoing themselves by
knifing the prices on
is the pass word at the
store. Indeed it's pleas
ure to see how they sell
such quality of goods at
so Low a Price.
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Stock Liiw To He Volet! On.
C'tttteuclen oounty nurt ltgular
term July 12, l'.Hr.t
I'reient and presiding. V A. Black-
i burn. .Indee I) A Iwory et al.
Far vote ou stook Iiw,
It appearing to the satisfuclioo of
the i'onrt that a petition ilgned by
IX A. Ijowery and more than 'one
hundred other legal voters in Crittenden
county. Kentucky, was lied
in Critteadsa comMy court by said
I), A. Itowery at Jnas term
1J0!, atiliag a Dbnianioa to the
voters of said eonaty at the aaxt
regular eleetion in tsid eennty the
iteiioa whether or not tattle and
all kinds of stoefc shall be allowed
tn rua at large ia snid eonatj. saiii
(eutioner having deport tod ,ritk
the count; souri of tatd eonaty the
Hia of Fire Dollars to pay the expense
of said slselion and said am
being sniSeieal is the judgment of
aid eonrt to aiaet the expense of
-aid election, aad it farther appealing
to the court that said petitioa
ba4 beea duly acted upon by the
Kiseal court of Mid eonaty at its
ragalar April term 1!HW, penaittiag
the vote to be taken it said county
pen said nest ion and same to
spp'y to ike county as a trbolt and
to tats the sense oi tke voters of the
ntire eonaty npon said estioo.
It U thertfore ordered by the conrt
that the oncers ol the election be
and they tre hereby dire ted to open
a poll in each voting place ia said
eooatv at the next regular election
to be held ia Xovember 1909. for
the pvrpo of ascertaining the will
of tbeiialiled voters of Crittenden!
t county, Kentackr, npon tke e
j lion abet her or not cattle aid all
t .: i .. k. -1.-II -n j .
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ran at larce ia Mid eoeaty.
A copy at tost:
Clerk C. C. C.
Sees .Mother Grow Young.
Jorato all vital organs, cure Liver and
Kidney trouble, induce slew). impart
atrenj;th Only 50 cents
at Haynes & 1alrand Jas.
rug" i r . iiSrV
Scuntistn havi found in a i
Inini f men, w
KKl.'Mir yraw ago, whrn Iif.
constant danger from wild
the daugur, aa shown I.
Bron, of Me i-from
deadly diaeswo "If it I
! ben for Dr Khig'a Nh Ii
which curtd me, I rould n
lived," lie writrs "suffering
from a vri' lung trttuhli u
born cough ' Te euro .st
Colds. olMtinato Coughs, an.!
Pneumonia, ita the hvat me:
earth. SOr and ll.vo. Guarar
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rial bottle free.
Crittenden Quarterly Court,
Term, June 28th,
C. 8. Knight, ol al
Kakew I true..
C. 8. Knight, et al.
Byvirtue of a Judgment and r
sale of the Crittenden ifunrterK
rendered at it June Term, l'.
the above consoUdateil cases Yr
Mm of fW'39, with interest
from Nov. 13th. 190ft. until
favor of Crider A Woods, an..
further sum of IM.29 with ir
thereon from the 1st day of Ni .
until paid in favor of Eekew it
aggregating together with thv
heroin the sum of (21 s 75. I slia
- DOUBLE HEADER
Goes to Morganflela. Colli Were
Holly Contested From Start
Morganfield came to Marion last
week, and took both Ramos from our
boys, by a combination of good luck
and good playing on their part. It was
disappointing to Marion fans to drop
both these games, but wo don't suppose
we feel any worse than they did
whan we gave them the same dose
over there. At least they were good
gamas, hard fought and worth the
money to see them; both of them anybody's
game until the last put-out.
Two such games as those wore, are
seldom seen in towns this size.
Morganfield certainly demonstrated
that they have a good team, that can
play good ball on occasions; their playing
in these two games was 200 per
cent better than in the former games
with Marion. Their playing was good
enough to win nine games out of ten,
we can partly console oursohes by the
thought that even with that, they had
to have all the luck to win-and luck
will not win every game.
Whatever good opinion Marion has
of Morganfield's good ball Dlaying, we
cannot say anything for their fairness
and sportmanship. The exhibition that
the Morganlield management and fans tionsof their management in this case,
gave Friday, in the squabble over the we do not see how any fair minded
umpire, wns a disgrace to the team ' person could Marion is not een
and Morganfield- nothing less. Their thinking of claiming that we were
attitude was unsportsmanlike, unfair beaten out of the game by thu umpire,
and f the kind that brings discredit it is true thut there was one clwo de-
upor the sport of baseball more than
anything else. Briefly stated, it was
this, and if they can got anything else
to describe their attitude, we would
like to know what it is1 when Marion
went to Morganfield to phy, Uioy se-
Marion accepted their choice without
argument or question. When they
j came here to play, they not only refus
ed to accept our choice, but refused
to chostf for themselves any umpire out
of Marion, and threatened to call oil
the games unless they could put in an
cision, largely instrumental in the result,
but we were satisfied with the
work of Mr. Wallace, and hiive no
complaint to make against him. But
unless Morganfield wants to net the
reputation of trying to win. by foul
lected the umpire, for both gam. and J means if fair will not sueceud, ahe had
; better cut out such
displayed horo Friday.
action a were
umpire ot me.r own cm, ce. n cum- ,
fioW.g CRme mm pQ
culnr work of the outfluld behind linn,
he was hit hard, but not a drive could
Marion get past thnt outlloM.
Innings 1 2 :t I S 7 ! "J
Marion OOOfllflOl 0 -2
MorganfieW 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 0-
coatl to oner tor sale at the rt'
House door in Marion. Ky.. i V
highest bidder, at public attctior
the fist day of August ".
oetwoon the hours of 1 and S o k.
p. m., or there about, npor .-
monUw credit, the following deer 4
property or so much thereof as v.. be
nsc senary to satisfy above menti nd
debts with Interest and costs h r. n
One large and I mall Lubr.s, 1
Pir of scalea, In mill. 1 air of
scalaa, 1 vise in mill, 1 bustling w - r.
15 II. P., 2 steel tubs. I drilling
ehiwe in blacksmith shop. 1 .
bUektmith shop ie I h. n.
"It would be hard to overatnto the UY washer and engine to aame. on
wooderlul dwage in my mother mince h. p. engine in mill room. 1 pom
she began to use Blectnctric Bitters." creek, oae 40 ton crusher, and ur
writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpntrkk. of Dan- h. p engine, levied on under a'
forth. Me. "Although past 70 he ment m abwe atled causae a-
soerei really to be growing; ycning prperl of C S. Knight, et i
agaiN. She sufTered untold misery located at the Rilev mines in C
iroai uysfiepsia rr 30 yeers. At last
aba could neither eat. drint nor sleep.
Doctors gave her up and all remedies
failed till Electric Bitters worked such
wonders for her health." They invhr.
den county, Kv For the ur
price, the purchaser, with ap
securi'y or securities must e
Bon?, tearing 6 per cent inter ret
date of sale until paid, ami havMit;
force and effect of a Judgment I
dera will be prepared to eontriy
Orrne's thee terms.
J no G. Atoek. aiisrllf. C.
but. .w. c wast nvo b Jg cafd du , n', ..
,;rKnvrouia Jrjr3 5oWnatn4r. HoVcros an.1 ijj. whan the whole trouble Ir due to d afw d ' nn8 1I1C c fTI liy OUt lOT ght yOUWlll Surely hC
r. v eoh tuo hUx. . iuide .f Vf firmly bel.eve yow own doc- pea r,CfJ.
e ' urth irnmg.tMcn pitvhcil his) a( , ,n do su, s a m
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