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base running in the third inning lost
two scores for Marion, when two were
' on bases and none out. both being
I caught trying to steal. Morganfield
I scored in the third, when Laughlan
reached first on an error stole second,
and came home on Holycross hit; again
ninth Burroughs reached first
on an error, stole second, and scorod
on G. Taylor's single. Marion's run,
the only earned run of the game, came
when Taylor and Cummins doublet! to
the richt field fence in succession, in
I the fourth. Cooporrider out pitched
I Iiolvcrss at all points, as tho summary
I will show.
R Taylor, 9S.
G Taylor, lb
30 1 7 2
AB R H PO A
33 2 3 27 13 0
12 8 15 6 7 3 0
0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 1
00100 0 00 1 2
i Thp second game, on Saturday, witn
J ' Stevens pitching for Marion ami
for Morganfield, was woa by
C the latter. 4 to 2. Marion lost liecause
of thebe were on flies, the others being
iinf drives, which in nino cae3 out of
en, would all have gone for hits. Four
f.f their catches were on the "circus"
.mW and two of them were as fine as i
nn game ever produces. Perhaps the
fans who saw Saturday's game did not
realize it, but they snw finer out f.eld
work than most big league teams could
produce, it is safe to say that there
has been no other game plaed in tho
country this year where four such
catchea were made were pulled oil by
Hall and Burroughs in this gnme.
Each of them cut ofi" what seemed certain
hits, and at least two of tho outs
runs each to Marion. IT all of
MocganfieWs team prayed tbnt sort of
ball all the time (which they don't),
nothing ccuhl beat them, short of
Pittsburg, at least. Tho visiters in-
field work was very inferior to their
outfiefd, hmc being credited to
'them, which produced both of Mwrion's
r. Uariwi played an orrorle
1 i I- 3 Jrv'irtTiil ' 1 t
ana ....-.....,.. 0
fenibeeu'fcetlmtef their afield, Ma-
scored at .MH fivo
n i,iwir nocrosH
r. v esoli two hvtu. lutside of
Wie fturth ir.'imt'.tevena pitched his
w'nr'' g " Giieac wns tivd
.rema liami4 onij L th.
Cooperrider pitched for Mnciisonville
against Morganfluld Monday, at
and Morgnnflold was hontun,
:t, to 1. largely by his uxcellunt work,
llolycroa pitched for Morganfield, and
was again cltarlv outclassed,
Moryann'Wl claim to the
of Western Kentucky, (ami they
even said all of Kentucky), was a little
premature, as the result of their gnmu
against Mad worn die showed. Morgan-field
will plea remember that so far
thoy have an even brenk with Marion
ami with Madisonville, ami linve not
mot Princeton. They are some dls
tance from that championship you
And three games out the Inst tonj
piiiyeuu wiin .wanon is n somewnni
small percentage of wins to make auch
a fuss over.
Marion may be in the bushes, but
she was able to send a pitcher to Madisonville
to down the mighty ami
chesty Morganfield team.
N'o womlor Morganfickl does not love
a school tournament. They l(k nothing
in which they can not win, by iau
means or other.
The funny bone of the editor ef the
Morgvnneld Sun is tickled. Read care
fully these few comments:
"Many of the people from Morgan
field came home with crieJu in their
necks caused from gaztnr up at the
skyscrapers. The tr down there
are very hiarh."
Not so, Charlie, it wi the rot-gut
whisky they brought with them. The
wonder is they did not ?e makes ami
have instead of criers.
"Who used his arm? Coopernder.
Who used his head? Holycross.
who shed tears? Cooper-rider."
I f Cooperrider shed any tears, he
shed them in dire pity for the drunken
crowd from Jlorjranfield that
the streets of Marion all nhrht, using
language unprintable. The crowd
failed to respect the elegant men and
ladies who come with them and who
were witnesses to the utter disregard
for Marion and citizen.
i To show Coooerrider's superiority
over the .MoTjanlol i team, he
, ed them at MadiaonvWa Monday by a
score of S to 1.
Morgangeld bunched nearly all their hits '
a1 in the fourth inning, scoring all their i Morganfield went to, Mudisonville
w, run-, then, and all of them were earned. Monday with their boisterous rootew
Q nother factor was the phenomoiul nnd attempted to run over exerybody
v ik f the visiting outfit-IU. Mnll in hiujh mou, uwy oi msrron, dui
cent and Burroughs in right had nine "top wnhosoon to seo the
outs between them. Only thret the wall. CoopwrUler was the
"?ood Dmlei" tbat was able
Ask yoijr doctor about the
wisdom of your keeping Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral in the houe,
ready for colds, coughs, croup,
bronchitis. If he says it's all I ;
right, then get a bottls of it
at once. , Why not show a
little foresight in such matters?
Early treatment, early cure.
W TubHfh our fgrmUi
Wt bnlh eohol
St cm our ii'lieinn
Vf urirr you to
rK,nwouiu - nvoiMany a boy is called dull and stuoid.
and fjuj. i whssi the whole trouble is-due to afazy
iuer. we hrmly beheve yow own doctor
will tell vou that an occasional dtfse
Stock Liiw To He Vuleil On.
term Jul) 12, VM
Preseut and presiding, W A. Mack-burn.
.lodge. I A Uwrrj ot si.
For voie on stock law.
It appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court lhatn petition sieved by
1). A. houery and more thsu 'one
hundred other legal voters in Cm
tendeu county, Kentucky, was Sled
in Crittenden couifty court by said
l, A Ixtwery at regular Jane tctsj
1!0!, asking a ubtaimion to the
Totem of said conoty at ibe MXl
regular election in aid ooaaty ike
iieition whether or not entile sad
all kind of stock shall be allowed
to run nt large in tid covaty. said
petitioners bavins; deposited ,tma
count j court of nd county tbe
sum of Fire Dollars to pay the expense
of said election and said am
being sufficient in the jtidt;snt of
aid court to meet the ejpeaee of
Mid election, asd it farther apj eating
to the oourt that said petition
has been duly acted upon br tbe
Fiscal court of said couetj at its
regnlar April term l'JOH, permitting
tbe vote to be taken ii said county
upon trtid Mstion sod name to
app'y to tbe county as a whole and
to lake the sense oi tbe folera of tbe
entire county upon said estion.
It if therefore ordered by ibe conn
tbat tbe omecrs oi tbe elect io be
and they are hereby directed to open
a poll in caoh voting plaee ie said
eoonty at tbe next regular election
to be held in November I'.tOy. for
tbe purpoxiof aseeruining tbe will
of tbeualiled voters ol Crittenden
j conoty, Kentucky, apoo the e
tion wbetberor net entile and all
I ...l .l.ii w. .it j . .
run at large in said county,
A copy attest:
C. E WKLDO.V.
Clerk C. C. C.
Sees MotherGrow Young-.
at Haynes ,: 1slrand Jas. H. Onne's
rug-stout. i5M -v.',it
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FOLLOW THE CROWD THE KINDEST OF ALL
You will not regret it
as the Yandell-Gugen-
neirn Co., are this week
outdoing themselves by
knifing the prices on
' t 4
is the pass word at the
store. Indeed it's pleas
ure to see how they sell
such quajsty of goods at
so l ow a Price.
S ii I.IUf found
Switfrlanil Hitif! nt m r
Mo.iNut fnr ago, ht
rotmtant danger from Hi,
IVday the tiangur, nit nlnA i
Brown, of AWxioidrr, Mi
from deadly diaeaue 'If
b?n for Dr King's vs
which rund me, I uM
lived," lie writ
from n avere lung trul t.
borti cough " To cure
Colds, oiatinnte Coughs. m
Pneamonut, Its the bout n,.
earth SOr and $1 oti. Guur
linynen A Taylor ami Jhs II
rial bottle free.
Crittenden Ijuarterly Court,
Term, June 28lli,
C. 8. Knht. ot al
Kakew ltrus .
C. 8. Kniffht. tt al.
Bywirttie of a Judgment an i
sale of the Crittenden tjuarter1
rendered at lU June
the above coasoUdnted cb
turn of $'3. with intertot
from Nov. 1.1th, li0. until ,
favor of Crider & Wood,
further sum of M ft nh
there-n from the Ut day of N .
until paid in favor of Ek-
Mf;rsnttng tonjether with t!
herein the sum of $21 s 7.ri. I t .
eeed to offer for sale at tin
House door in Marion. Ky .
highest bidder, at public auct
urday, the flat day of
the hours of I and .1
p. tn., or thvrc about, up'
months credit, the following !
property or so much thereof m
necessary to satisfy above nif
debt with interest ami cou I
Our large and 1 imall l.ubi
Pir f scalea, la mill. 1 pair of
scale. 1 vise in milt. 1 hoisting
15 II. P . 2 steel tub, l drill'- k
chine in blacksmith ihop. 1 v
black tmith ahon oiie 1 h. n it
"It would be hard to overstate the h washer and ename to
wondertul etuage in my mother pbtee h. r. etirine in mill room. I put
site began to use Electrietric Bitters." creek, one too crusher, and
writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick, of Dan- h. p engine, levteil on under
forth, Me. "Although past 70 nhe ment in abv.ve stjlfd
seems really to b growing; young property of C S. Kr.ight,
again. She suffered untold misery located at the Rilev mines m t
iroin dyspepsia for 20 years. At last
b could neither eat, drink nor aleep.
Doctors gave her up and all remedies
failed till Electric Bitters worked such
wonders for her health." They invig.
orate all vital organs, cure .'Liver and
Kidney trouble, induce nU'p, impsrt
strength and apatite. Only Ut cents
Goes to Morganllelrj. lloiri Were
Holly Contested From Start
iMorRanficld came to Marion last
week, and took both games from our
boys, by a combination of good luck
and good playing on their part. It was
disappointing to Marion fans to drop
both those games, but wo don't suppose
we feel any worse than thoy did
whan we gave them the same dose
over there. At least they were good
gamos. hard fought and worth the
money to see them; both of them anybody's
game until the last put-out.
Two such games as these were, are
seldom seen in towns this size.
Morganfield certainly demonstrated
that they have a goqd 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 ourseh cs 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'8 good ball Dlaying, we
cannot say anything for their fairness
and sportmanship. The exhibition that
the Morganfield rr. nagement and fans
gave Friday, in the squabble over the
umpire, was a disgrace to the team
and Morganfield- nothing loss. Their
attitude was unsportsmanlike, unfair
and . f the kind that brings discredit
upor the sport of baseball more than
anything else. Briefly stated, it was
this, and if they can get anything else
to describe thoir attitude, we wuld
like to know whnt it is- when Marion
went to Morganfield to phy, thoy
the umpire, for both gutni's, and
Marion accepted their choice without
argument or question. When they
came here to play, they not only refused
to accept our choice, but refused
to chosu for themselves any umpire out
of Marion, and threatened to call oil
the gamos unless they could put in an
umpire of thoir own choice. A com
promise was finally made, solely on I
Marion's part because the management I
did not wish to disappoint the lurgeJ
crowd gathered to see the game.
cording to every custom of amateur
games, Marion was oniuieu to select
the umpire; the man selected was one
whom we challenge any team who has
-l amn.l W . m fc w 61- I
uuuci ilia uiiijuiiik iu umiK nit- .
least cnarge oi uniair ueanng. itui
because Morganfield was determined i
to win at all costs, she argued and I
blustered until Marion, rather
gave in. We do not believe that
the fair minded people of even Morganfield
would have defended the ac.
tionsof their management in this case
we do not see how any fair minded
person could Marion is not oen
thinking of claiming that we were
beaten out of the game by the umpire,
it is true that there was ono clwo decision,
largely instrumental in the result,
but we were satisfied witli the
work of Mr. Wallace, and have no
complaint to make against him. lint
unless Morganfield wnnta to net the
reputation of trying to win. by foul
moniw if fair will not succeed, one had
bettor cut out such action a were
displayed hora I'ridhy.
Friday's game ru largely ne of
luck. Marion out hit Morganfield
more than two to otic, but Morgan-fl
old's drive came with men on bases,
and Marion did not. A little had
eular work if the nutfiuld behind him.
he was hit hard, but not a drive could
Marion get past that outfield
Innings 1 2 .1 I ft 0 7 '
Marion 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 02
Morganfield 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 O- I
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