Strickler- 20 39. 73 13 SS8
Moore 27 SS 82' 20 888
Hinde 21 27 42 15 821
Markland 14 7 1 6 571
JAMES ROSTOCK, EDITOR.
Oregon Loses to Rockport. J Joe here Saturday,.! uly S.l.in a listless
Oregon lost to Rockport at Reck- j me by a score of fi-2. It was the
nnrt. Tn,av. Juiv 19. in a veli:Iocals ame from the start the two
,. ' j n ' f -i t n i r I runs the St. Joe boys received
m.i it'll i:iiiiu. u a-Jtuic ui x iu v. w
was one of the best games seen on the
Ilockport diamond this season, it go
ing 13 innings before the winning
score was made, when with Charles
worth and O'Shea on bases, Hellerich
h'it a fast grounder past short, scoring
Charlesworth. Both pitchers pitched
good hall. Speer for Oregon did extra
good work in holding Rockport to one
score, considering his ragged support
The fielding honors were carried off
by Dodge for Oregon and Pyers for
Rockport. The batting honors were
carried off by Harrow, of the locals,
who got three hits out of four times
The locals deserve great credit for
the class of ball they put up in this
game, they being crippled up worse
than at any time this season.
The tabulated score.
Oregon A 15 R
Maxwell, c... " 0 1 VI
Strickler. .ss... 5 0 1 1
Roberts, ib.... 5 0 0 11
Swan, if r, o l :;
Wright, :5b. .. . o 0 0 0
Harrow. 20..:. 4- 0 11
Dodge, ri" 5 0 0 4
Pinkston. cf .. 5 0 0 1
Speer, p 5 0 0 'X
Total 44 4 0 :i
x None out when winning
Parker, cf . .
Pyers, 2b x.
AB H II PO A E
0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 15-2 0
5 0 1 : 2 0
5 0 1 2 :j 0
5 0 0 2 0 0
5 0 1 3 4 0
5 0 0 10 0 0
4 0 0 1 0 0
.410 : 12 0
45 1 4 39 Si 0
mere merely gifts from the locals.
Roberts pitching for the locals had
the Aerials at his mercy at all stages
of the game allowing but three scat
tered bingles, changing about and
pitching with his right then with his
left hand. The game was devoid of
any features except the hitting of
Dogde and Klink for the locals.
The tabulated score.
St. John. lb.... 4
Ladenshon. 2b. .';
Barrows, cf 4
Murphy, rf 4
Scottie. If 4
Getchell. lib.... 3
Wisherd. c 4
Pieru. p 3
St rickler. ss.
Roberts, p. . .
11 II PO A R
0 1 10 0 1
1 0 1.1 4
1 10 2 1
0 0 0 0 0
0 10 0 0
0 0 10 0
0 0 4 4 0
0 0 13 0
0 0 2 5 1
2 3 24 15 7
11 II PO A E
1 0 10 2 0
114 3 o
1 0- 0 0 0
10 12 0
1 0 1 13 0
0 2 0 0 0
0 0 2 1 U
0 0 0 0 1
12 0 0 1
(V 5 27 21 2
1 2 3 4 5 (5 7 S
Aerials 0 0 0 0 0 2 ( 0
Oregon 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0
Summary: Struck out by Roberts
S, Pierce 0. First on balls oil" Roberts
3, Pierce 3.
x Pyers out bunted third strike foul
The score by innings:
12 3 4 : S 7 S 9 10 11 12 13 14 l." 11
Ilockport. 000000 0 00 0
Oregon ....0 00000000 0
Summary: Two base hits, Barrows;
struck out bv Charlesworth 9, Speer
10; first on balls off Speer 3. Umpire,
City was defeated here Fri
day. July 22, by Kelly's Kolts.by a one
sided score of 18 to 4. The .features
of the game were the pitching of Gel
vin and the first base and pitching of
Kelly for the locals.
Oregon Loses Again.
Oregon lost to Rockport at Rock
port July 20,' in a slow and listless
game by a score of 4 to 1. The game
started out to be a good one, Rock
port not scoring "till the sixth inning,
when Charlesworth scored on a wild
throw, after that Rockport scored al
most at will. While the locals were
not having bum decisions by the um
pire, they were pulling off bonehead
plays and costly errors, which seemed
to feature the game. Botli Dodge
and Pyers pitched good ball, each
team getting but four hils.
Manager Halstead, of Rockport.
made some find when lie signed Flet
cher, of Hamburg; he worked in the
capacity of an umpire, and say he is
the sensation of the season, We
look Ur him to beat the veteran.
Silk O'Loughlin, out of his job in the
American League next season?
About the only features of the
game were fielding of the veteran,
Speer, at first base, and Barrow, the
St. Joe lad, at third base, barring
the first inning, had 11 chances
which he accepted without an error.
This is something unusual in number
of chances for a third baseman.
The tabulated score:
Oregon AB Tt
Maxwell, c 4 0
Strickler, ss... 3 0
Roberts, 2b ... 4 0
Swan, If 4 1
Barrow, 3b 3 0
Springer, cf,... 3 0
Wright, cf 4 0
Speer, lb 3 0
Dodge, p 3 0
Total 2S 1
Rockport AB R
O'Shea, 2b 4 0
Murphy, lb.... 4 0
Hellerick, ss... 3 1
Garry, 3b 3 0
Parker, cf 4 1
Charlesworth, rf 4 1
Musser. c 3 0
Biggerstaff, If.. 3 0
Pyers, p 2 1
Forest City Enjoys a Burlesque.
l ne locals won tne seennu game
from the Aerials bv a close score of
14-13. The St. Joe boys proved worthy
oi tneir name uiev oeing in tne air
most of the time. The locals should
have shut them out, the scores they
received were merely guts given on
nice errors or forced in on a base on
While the St. Joe boys played bum
ball, that is no reason whv the locals
couldn't. A shutout would have
looked much better than a slugging
- While the players may think they
are making it interesting for the
crowd they are certainly failing in
this respect, people enjoy fast playing,
and if the other team cannot play
fast ball vou can and shorten the
game great Iv bv doing this. These
nice bunches of errors helping to let
the opposing team on bases also fat
tens your fielding average.
If .vou ever intend to learn team
work and base running please begin
in these easy games.
The tabulated score:
Aerials AB R
St. John, lb &u 0
nowden, ss. . . 4
Barrows, cf o
Pierce, rf 5
Cash, c 5
Wisherd, p&3b 4
Coe. If : 5
Getchel, 2b 5
Scott ie, 3b. p &
Maxwell, c o"
Hinde, 3b & p. 2
Swan, If 5
Strickler, ss 4
V. Roberts, 2b
and p 3
Dodge, p, 3b
and lb 3
Springer, cf 2
klink, lb & 2b. 5
Markland, rf... 3
A. Roberts, cf. 2
0 0 2
2 . 8
Total 30 4 4
X Murnhv out bunted
XK Musser out bunted 3d strike
Summary: Two-base hits. Parker
2, Charlesworth, Pyers: double plays,
Barrow to Roberts, Garry to O'Shea
to Murphy; struck out by Dodge I,
Pyers 7: first pn balls, Dodge 1; hit by
pitcher, Pyerp 2, Dodge 1; w ild pitches
Dodge 2, Pyers 1: passed balls, Max
well 2, Musser 1.
Total..., 35 14 .9 27 16 10
1234 5 678!) r
erials... 0 0 0 2 1 3 3 0 4 13
Oregon . . .3 0 1 3 3 4 0 0 x 14
Summary: Two-base hits, Swan,
Markland, Klink, St. John. Struck
out bv Dodue 8, V. Roberts 1, St.
John 2, Wisherd 1, Scottie 1; first on
balls. Dodge 4, AVisherd 5, V. Roberts
Scottie 2, St. John 2: double plays.
Coe to Getchell, St. John to Scottie
Cash: balks, Scottie 1; wild pitches,
Wisherd 1, Dodge 1: hit by pitcher.
hit by pitcher, Hinde. Tmpire Boyd.
Below we give
Bat ting a ve rage G
A. Roberts 28
Fielding average G
Dawson 7 71
Maxwell 29 219
Barrow 6 35
Dodge...... 35 8
Swan 28 34
Zeller 13 158 2
Roberts 28 48 141
Springer 24 20 5
the batting and
The Last Call
Beginning tomorrow lovers of the
I greatest of outdoor games will have
an opportunity to see aseriesof snap
py, base ball games, with some of the
crack amateur teams of northwest
Missouri. The tournament will be
opened tomorrow. Saturday. July
30th, and the Benton's, of St. Joseph,
who lias the distinction of having
beaten the Oregon nine one game,
will return and make an effort to win
the majority of the serie from our
home team. They play bail, all the
time, and in the Saturday content
hope to make a winning from Oregon,
which has a reputation as being the
best amateur team in this section.
Monday and Tuesday, August l-2d,
the Cosby team will play Oregon.
Wednesday and Thursday: August
3-4. Rock Tort w ill be here to test for
the honors of first place, with Oregon.
Friday and Saturday, August 5-6.
the Red Socks, another crack team
from St. Joseph, will be here, and'
give the best that is in them to keep
the Oregon team busy nlaying ball.
All the te urns listed lor these irames
are among the very best in t he ama
teur list; and good, snappy ball all the
time may be looked fur all the time.
Out of the Ladies'
Shoe business we
said, and what we
have are all
Lady Walk-Overs -
& Grover & Sn.
The first great
slash we gave them
in price was your
Now we place all
each and every
pair on sale at
FRANK L. ZELLER
- Mrs. .lames 15. Payne, isalarming
ly ill at her home in this city.
Calling cards, both printed and
engraved: call at this office and see
Lute Greene, after an absence of
several years, has come back among
us. and is meeting old time friends
They do net grow them too Good or too Fancy
forme. PUT THEM IN THE BANK. The
time to sell is when you have the
Buyer. I will be in
Tarkio, Thompson & Son's Barn,
Wednesday, August 3.
Fairfax, Thomas & Day's Barn,
Thursday, August 4.
OREGON, - SIMERLY'S BARN,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 5.
Mound City, Chas. Smith's Barn,
Saturday, August 6.
All Sunday school scholars must be
accompanied by some ollicer of the
same, in order to be admitted free to
the Chautauqua grounds on the two
Sundays. Don't send jour children
bv themselves and exDect them to sret
Ladies,' it wi
pay you lo buy
at this SALE.
Geo. P. Leach, on the Nodaway,
has completed his fish ladder and
schute. It is the thing, and fully
complies with the law's requirements.
For Sale Cheap.
The old pews of the Christian
church, this city, are strong, durable
and suitable for the front porcli or
for the lawn. They are different
lengthstlso several large windows
with good glass in frames. See either
F. L. Zeller, R. C. Benton or the pas
tor. R. H. Dawson.
Your HOUSES and MARKS from 4 to 10 years old, from 1000 to 1800 lbs.
They must be fat and broke. Will buy a few slightly blemished, but prefer
them sound. They do not get too good for me this shipment. The more
they weigh the better. Lead them in and get the money. I have no mar
ket for the thin, small, rough or leggy stuff, but will buy the good kind as
high as anyone. 1 will sure be with you on the dates named, rain or shine.
Will Buy All Your Mules, Any Size,
Fat and Broke, 4 to 8 Years Old.
Probate Court of Holt County, Missouri.
Regular August Term, A. D. 1910.
T. L. Price has sold the "Colon
ial" furnaces to Mrs. Alberta Mur
phy, Geo. Lehmer and Albert Ro'eck
er, and to the following parties that
are building new residences: Joe
Murray,. JE. M. Morris and Daniel
Zachman, making six furnaces in all.
Buggy for Sale;.
: " A Keys Bros.'. Auto Seat Buggy.
Has not been run to exceed 250 miles.
Will sell at a good discount, cost $8.3
new last .fall.
. KREEK & IIASNESS.
Clark V. Thuma,of Lenora,Kas.,
after an absence of 23 years, is here
visiting his uncle I). W. Thuma, and
other relatives. lie is the son of D.
II. Thuma, who used to reside some
nine miles north of 'Oaegon, and who
now lives at Lamar Barton county.'
Always new and fresh all new
all new and fresh.
THE HINDE DRUG CO.
First Day, Monday, August 8th, 1910.
Name of Etatc.
Price. Alfred T.
Perkins. David D.
Col well, Ralph, ui al
Mclntyre, G. F.
Name of Administrator.
Guardian, Curator or
Mary A. Fitzmaurlce
M. D. Walker
W. J. Zachman
W. S. Thomson
Cora U. Cohveil
W. H. Richards
Hattie B. Cunning
W. II. Richards
Ara O. Nclntyre
Curator, Executor Settle-
or Guardian. nient
Administrator Final., ,
Guardian 2nd annual
Pub. Administrator Final it5 J-
Second Day. Tuesday, August 9th, 1910.
Gibson. John C.
Williamson. Daniel B.
Hester. Ret nana
Hannah J. Gibson
A bra am Goodpasture
Kate A. Kearney
I. M. Minton
M. I). Walker
Final . ,
sth annual -
Third Day, Wednesday, August 10th, 1910.
Rcesley, Bailey M.
Hunter. R. O.
R. C. Benton
M. C. Brumbanpl
W. H. Richards
Elmer and Wm. Hunter Executors
W. H. Richards Administrator
.1 d annual
Fourth Day, Thursday, August 11th, 1910.
Murray, .V. F
Morris. George F.
Emma E. Grimes
W. S. Hodgin
Joseph H. Murray
William F. Morris
John E Slater
STATE OF M ISSOTRI , I
County of Holt. t I, Bonnie R. Brodbeck. Clerk of the Probate Court, within
and for Holt County, Mivouri, do hereby certify that, the above and foregoing is a full, true
ami I eomplete copy of the Propate Settlement Docket for the August term. A. D., 1110, of
said court- as the same appears of record in my office.
. .PU , Witness my hand as Clerk and seal of said court. Done at otlice in Oregon, this
BONNIE B. BRODBECK,
Clerk of Probate Court.
The only cool and -a-xh.h:--- K-'I!
A $ SAVED IS A $ AlORE ON YOUR BANK ACCOUNT.
Mrs. James Man ring is having an ;
experience just at this time that she
will likely remember for some time.
She is caring for the two little chil
dren left by the death of their mother;
Mrs. Will Patterson, a sister. The
youngest, Virginia, three years old, is
suffering from a dislocated shoulder,
caused by a fall on the Fourth of
July. Roy. aged 12, is a very sick
child from . typhoid indications,, and
her father, James Vaughn, is a very
sick man. The children's father is at
i Whether vou want to set. out a commercial orchard next season,
or onlv a few choice varieties Tor lamily use. J can save you from 'Jo
per cent to ;j0 per cent on the bill. T handle no inferior grades, but
can furnish anything in my line at '-live and let live" prices. No
need to pav exorbitant prices for any kind of nursery stock simply to
build up distant industries. Of course we could all send our money
to the mail order houses or pay it over to agents of outside concerns
for such things as we need on our farms and in our homes, but we
are not going to do it. Let us spend our money where we make it
at home, then we will all be more prosperous.
Let me have vour orders now there is nothing gained by put
ting it off and then you will not be annoyed by agents. I will not
bore you, but I will appreciate your business.
Yours For Square Dealing,
GEO. B. MURRAY,
Oregon Defeats-the Aerials.
Oregon won from the Aerials, of St.
, Stanford, Montana.
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