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AlIIESS X7LZZLY LIItLCTOa AIILEtfE, KANSAS, JXJVS 4, 1807
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Burdock Blood Bitten tones liver and stomach promotes - Diooa. - i , , A Memorable Day. - One of the days we remomoer wren - pleasure, as well as with profit to our " health, Is the one on which we became acquainted with Dr. King's New Life Pills, the painless purifiers that cur headache and biliousness, -and kee the bowels right 25c at J. M. Gleiw hm'i Armr stars. "1 suffered habitually from eonatj' patiou. Dosn's Krgulet. relieved and strengthened lb Bowels, so mat tney have been rarular ever since." A. E, Davis, grocer, 8ulphur Springs, Tex. an at rilttD nf rhenmatlint I uh all Um lameness. . aches and - oaina. take Hood's Sartapanlla. - Yost must be sure to GET HOOD'S A Certain Care for Aching Feet Allen's Phot-Ease, a powder; cures Tired. Aching, Sweating, swollen feet Sam nle sent FREE, also Sainpli of Foot-Easb Sax-TaBI Coux-Pad, a new invention. Address. Allan 8 Olmsted, LeRoy, N. T. -.'- Soothes itchlnt alia .Heals outs or hnrna. Wlthnnt a at a". Cans Piles, acsema. salt rheum, any. Jtohlng. Doan'a Ointment Tour "druggist ells it. ' , r - y . : r -' flABVOftlA ' Santa. ' IN 1M Him IB fagH Mb3.lt ' Co many r.'Ihicnts'are purely- nervous affections, that you can hardly miss .it if you try Dr. Miles' Nervine. It restores nerr ous enefgyand through its invigorating influence upon the nervous system, the organs are strengthen ed. The heart action is' better; digestion improv ed, the sluggish condition overcome, and healthy ac tivity re-established. Dr. Mllrf Krrrte la worth ft. vrtcht tn sfU to hie. I rtffJ tvt know hat atled PK I bad a jpxmS physician ,t ot no rrHer. 1 cwiid not wt work, ill or Hand. 1 w nrir , dar I nlckwl p a pr-rr ar.J I . ir.t tttl'iS that m-t irv rye wa n dvTil.mrnt at tir. AHl-a" Ner 1 1 iv.n. :..4 to trv It an4 Irt tb 4i i r r. m! I d.'d to. Afirr UHnf to fc- I 6m BinHt. lln I I. K.n 1 -. It. Haart Cur e n r.'r t ',rk and to out. ana .vr i 1 -T rrv r Ihr trnit 1 Mil f- r-.nwl liv.rn 1 1 ...... miiihIm ami ir v. iw.n rvntil by it f-nir rJ oJ4 aa4 or ' ' Iwtrtoirn, Pa. t .) br yor t" ta it .t u.ia, oa Abilene Set a Rattling Pace -; Opening Game. . " From ThDraday's Dally ". Abllsne won the first mlngla of the series with MoFherson yesterday. The score was seven te two. The locals started things is the first when i hey scored five runs on five hits and the game was cinched right there. Heinle'' Giles was on the mound tor the locals and old Cy Young" was the mysterious kid for sure. Two hits was the total of McPnersoa's clouting ability and one of these a slow infield tap that should bare been an out : Eight qf the visitors looked foolish after trying three times to locate his delivery, ' "Cy" also bad excellent eontrdl, not Issuing single free ticket. 'A'j Balrd mounted the firing line for McPherson and lasted just ode inning after which -he retired to left field. Burgess ambling to the serving knob. He did better and held the looala to two hits and two runs in ihe eight Innings be pltohed. . Parent's "Sobs of Swattfv began right . at the Start. ' "Dad" Ludes rapped out a smashing ; two-bagger which seemed to start the balloon, for hits and errors followed thick and fast and when the smoke cleared away the score board showed a total of fire hits and as many runs. McPherson scored their runs in the third at'-er two were out. Dakar hobbled two in succession then Eddy dropped a fly and Burgess got a hit. Abilene added two more In the sevento- and that onded the scoring. . ' - Lndes, Eddy, Glade, Giles and Hor rell each got a bit and Sommer regis tered two. . Jones andT Burgess got the hits for McPherson . -"Kid" Sommeri caught a nice game, not a base being stolen off him. Bill Horrell played a pretty game at first and Charlie Cans caught a bard fly in right (farden.. For McPherson Bur ge s played a nice game... He. accept ed ten chances without an error. The score: '; Charlie Gans had his first chance of the h'bsoii yesterday ant accepted It. rhr ball hit In hi tuit aud bounced up but Charlie naburd it again. He now leails the team in fielding with a per cent of lUOO.)." ', ' Sammer H01 two bits out o( four tiuiw at bat, y Let the good work go m -Klu" it helps to win games ana .alien batting averages. Ait lilade tad threo" stolen bases. M 1 Art was sprinting some yeuer- lay.-:.,-'-:-';.W r s--- Dad" Ludes was given "the "glad hand" whau be laced out bis two bagger the first time up. . . ".'"'. A mlyhty poor crowd f fans saw tbe game.. It costs money to onng teams here and tbe fans should turn out. Phil' Gl'le waa out in a uniform yeakrday. Everybody would like to see Phil back in the ame once more. The sam teams will play agiiu to day and- Friday,. McPherson has an all salaried team and looks, like a fast buacbof players. Tbey have won a big majority of their games and should put a np good game, ;' - ', spots and quick work on their part in places kept the score dowa. The game up to the aeventh was an error less one and rro tubed to be tight. Lndes, Eddy and Van Antwerp got the hits for Abilene. The score by Innings: ' ' . -'.-.' . B B t AWlana..... 0 0 -4 t McPha aon... ... ,S S 0 I 1 1-S I Batteries: . Eddy and Sommer; Balrd and. Hogatt. Umpire, V.' Lndes. Scorer, F. B. Giles. Time, 1:84. Banstron, Mcpherson's right fielder robbed "Jaae" Eddy of hit the last time "Jane" waa at bat. " He came in ami got a Texas leaguer that sure looked sa'f s- ' Charlie Gana Is making up (or lost time in right field. He had two files and an assist yesterday and still has a fielding average of JOOO. " ! ; : : ; ' ' Heinle" Giles says he didn't want to play short stop anyway. s Ginger' Farrell played center field lor ncrnerson ana was mere wun uis usual string of talk. ; A black dog and a rabbit furnished smiisement tor the crowd. , They ran around the raoe track at a two twenty ollp. - Tbe rabbit ran into the crowd and Henry Engle caught it. Thirteen Was a lucky number of strikeouts for McPherson alright. Abilene pulled off two fast double plays. Glade to Horrell and Gans to Van Antwerp. " ' " Revenge is tweet. So thinks Mr. Balrd. Did you see him smile? Art Glade pulled down two hard flies in center field. Vr, $ r n a awj, w w . Vawaa ... i E)ayp PLAYED AN ERRORLESS GAME SHUT OUT FOR ABILENE. McPherson Pat Up a Hot- Progntm ..- , Thonday, -- v . Orraas rrldaya Dauy-l Revenge!" oried one Mr. Balrd, pitcher for McPherson, and he got It, in large chunks too, to the tane of six to nothing with McPherson cantering off with the long end of the score. Balrd held a pow-wow with himself before the game and the result waa that be let Parent's Sons of Swat!" down with three bi ogles and sent thirteen of the home guard to the bench by the whiffing path. He had an out eurve like a barrel hoop eut in two.':', - v. nevertheless the sise of tbe score waa not due to him. Several large juloy errors to tbe 'total of aerea bolped largely -in the scoring... Tbe home team waa patched so. Giles waa at shart, a position, he had never played before with the result that be bad three bad errors and Wickliff and Bigler "left a hole in the hitting strength, c - Vane" Eddy pitched a good game for the locals. The total of nine hit made off kirn looks bad but three of these were awful scratchy. "Jane" pitched heady ball and palled oat of several bad holea which poor playing had put him In. The inability of tbe locals to hit Baird con pled with errors lost the game ana H was inrouga bo lanuoi Jane." He got one of our three hits, line double. McPherson played a floe game in the field and only one error was regis tered srsicrt them. Kot'ilt, the tchf-r, hd th.iit pat oofs. fle '-.e ad one err..r, a pretty pv--? rl A' i:e .1i- f:. t U-. i i: Sons of Swat" Closed tha Series " in Glory. " ' From Saturday's Oaily.l .. . Abilene played an errorless game yesterday and 'defeated McPherson six to nothing, tbe exact score that McPherson won by the day before. The game, was a good one and a larger number of fans than, bad been at any of the games was there. Art (ilade was tossing the horse- hide sphere for the locals and te pitched a fine game. There neverl was a time when McPherson looked dangerous for Art served up speed curves and slow ones that the enemy couldn't solve at all. He had fine o.mtrol and cut tbe corners In great style. Only one man was "-lucky enou-'h to draw a pass irom him He let -McPherson down with blngles and kept these soattered Seven McPhersooit'es slamed holes the ozone three times trying to locate his delivery. Again. Parent's "Sons of Swat" came to their own but -yesterday waa Larock who waa. their victim. They certainly pounded Bock. He couldn't rtand the racket and after Ard Glade and "Heinle" Giles hsd both doubled in the seventh, Captaii Jonas aaid "on your way" and Larook retired In favor of Burgee. Strong, the next man np for Abilene got a nice hit to right field Inst to show how easy K was and after that Jhere waa ao snore clouting done. Tea hits waa the total number of blngles that bnr boys got. Nine oft Larock in six and one-third innings and one off Burgess in one and two-thirds innings. Horrell, Giles and Glade gut doubles and VanAntwerp, Eddy, Horrell and rtiiiono o vig i uuiiii ui aiuijr sjivou by the Dickinson County Fair Asso ciation will be a biff success. Every- body should help the Fair Association. You will need light weight Suits, light comfortable Shirts and ail the little .t? things to go with Men's and Boys' wear. Neckties, pretty Hosiery and 'A nobby Suits. , t t t VJe Load in Gales and rJov Goods t Men's Straw Hats '25c, 50c, 75c, 1.00, on up to the Panamas. Pretty styles and shapes. 1 ( fa 1 This Mark Taloans Something In Groceries '. '"-..' - jPur Food Laws do not prohibit the Bale of adulterated foods; they merely require certain words on labels that, to some, mean nothing. . The mark that means something to all, is the "LEE" Trade Mart It is used only on Pure Food Produote They are all Pure, Wholesome, Delicious and Most Economical and Satisfactory to use, oouPONe ana vaiuaet.1 Vour 0o et Owar Twc Tiauw.") avt.ure 4ti4r4a ,or t?v?-v aprg mitt crta tn -.?-.sor t 9 Boys' Wash Suits White Sailor Blouse..- 50 Fancy Check Blouse 65 Fancv Stripe Blouse . -75c, 100, 1-50, 2-00 Harvest Clothes. Men's Ox e alls ,75 Men's Overalls 1.00 Best grade Work Shirts.: .50 Our Cool 2-Piece Suits. Men's Blue Serge, nicely made, for. .. , 8-75 S Men's Blue Serge, nicely made..,-10-00 Men's Gray Check, extra well ' v .; made;, , .'. 22-50 Our Store Will Be Open Until Noon on the Fourth. - . . a a a a i J 11.11 A w Abilene's Fashionaoie uiotnier ana nauer, gommer each cot singles. (Strong got three hits ont of as many times at bat. The flr.t time op he drew a pasa and rapped safely the next three timet. - .,'.""., About that errorless game Abilene played. The bom boys arera right yesterday and gava an eihlbitloa of what they can do in the leldlng una. Every man on the team got a ohan.ee exoept Strong in left Held, svery man fielded in great style. Eddy made a fiae catch of a liner that won blm lots of applause. Sommer be hind tha bat winged severs' men at. eoond. - Horrell at first sot lots of bar I ebanoes. VanAntwerp at econd and Lndes at third cavorted all around tbe infield and Gans and Odea both nulled down ' hard filet In right and center fields. " McPherson didn't play any poor gams In tha field either. They had onlv three errors bnt these were rather cottly. Hogatt their eatohar made a beautiful catch of a font pop op and 'Ginger" Farrell earns la and got Lndes' liner with a pretty stab. Abilene scored two rnna in the aaooad on a bass on balla, a two bate bit, an error and a, tingle. They counted two mora la the third on two hits, a tacrine three stolen bases and eon pi. of errors. .Abase oa balla,; as ont aad two hits pot another ran acrosts tbe rubber In tbe fifth and two double, in the seventh completed the total of alx rnna. Tbe soorei ana SMIaoa. 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -t MS. ttPkMH assttl-e s Batteries Glade - aad Sommer; Larock, Burgees and Hogatt. Umpire, L. Lndes; soorekeeper, r. Giles. Time 1J0. , -," . Fiftf Afiinat Two. It la ant reasonable to expert two weeks of onting to overcome tbe erTect. of fifty weikf of cBnu.tDenl. Jta&e noou a Siraapari;:. ak.nr with roe- It re- j frwfwa the f ixxl, liriro. the ap- 1 , ;. r.if,' a'asp env aod rettfuL Soma Enterpria"rVeddinga. EmuPkisa, Jnne KS. At a quiet home wedding laat Tuesday morning at I o'clock, Mitt Mary Grosser and J. R. rant of Sulphur, I. T., wars suited la marrlag Bar. J. A. Klgg of tbe 0. M. X- chares officiated. Mrs. Fant Is well and favorably known in this city, having lived hers until two rears sat). She has since taught in the Rollins schools of Rentes City, Mo,. Mr. Fant it a soooessful banker of Sulphur, Indian Territory. Henry Motser and Mitt Anna Wendt were man led at the bom of the groom Wedoetday June S9, Rev. Klgg officiated. The groom is employed in the Ehrsam shops and tha bride la a well known Enterprise girl. They will mak their home in Enterprise. Dr. J. B. Clark left today for Kan sas City. Hs waa married Jnne 29th to Mist Marguerite North of Kansas City, Kansas. Ergs Wanted for Cash. Brswer has large orders for cold i to rag. purposes and will pay the highest market price for agga either oash or trade: Take yonr eggs to Brewer. ' , J7-U , JUST IN We have just received a large ear load of ..... Granite , and Marble Monument.. Fersont ' v expecting to purchase for late fall or early , spring delivery should ' , see Ibis stock at onoe. . LlWa Mosai c.., Jay Harding, Prop. A Runaway With our new patent bucklet, no sewing, no riveting. You oan repair your barneas yourself by using old ttrsps aad parts -of harness usually thrown away, and often aave buying a new set of harness. Tbs buckle. are easily put on, can be taken off and used airain. THEY COST MERELY NOTHING. Send postal today for FREE eataloirnei tells all . about It. ' Agents wanted. Dept. B. Tontaa Bucnxi Co., To- peka,Kas. -5 rB KIDNEYS are atreturtbened and toned by Hood'a 8araaparUla it cures all ttieir ailments, pains in lb Una and THB BACKACHE. GEORGE SNYDER, Shoor of Track and Heavy Morsei SATISFACTION" GUARANTEED ONE PRICE TO ALL rbone C3. Crick Ebcp, fprnca St 'Abilene, Eanaaa.