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Force Man to Help Destroy His Own Bed
of Plants Blood Hounds go
to the Place.
Princeton, Ky., May 27, Saturday
nitjht, between the hours of 12
and 1 o'clock, about thirty-five masked
men went to the home of Noble
Robinson, of near Cobb, and after
firing several volleys, ordered him to
come out of his house. The order
was obeyed and it is said Mr. Robinson
was forced to go with the men
to his tobacco bed and participate in
its destruction. He was given a hoc
and told him to get busy, which it is
claimed he did.
All the men are said to have been
masked, and as a result, Mr. Robinson
was unable to recognize any of
Several nights ago the tobacco
beds of Mr. Lee Pollard, and his tenant
were destroyed by night riders,
and it is thought that the same men
who destroyed Mr. Pollard's plant
beds arc the ones who visited Mr.
The Hopkinsville Kcntuckian says:
Two plant beds on the farm of J.
A. Miles at Benncttstown were robbed,
the thief pulling all the plants
lart,'e enough for transplanting.
The canvas, which was rolled up
and lying on a stump, was also carried
away. From the tracts left,
there were only one or two of the
thieves. The two beds contained
about two hundred square yards and
the robery was not discovered until
next morning, when negroes went to
the bed to get plants to set out Mr.
Miles' crop. Mr. Jliles has, from
the first, becu a member of the
He telephoned to this city to
deputy marshal, T. J. Cundiff and
his assistant, T. B. Pedigo, went to
the scene with bloodhounds, with
which an attempt was made to catch
On account of the drizziling rain,
though, the dogs were unable to take
On the same night Oscar Pendleton,
who lives on the farm adjoining
Mr. Miles, was similary visited and
suffered even to a greater extent.
He lost the plants from 400 yards of
Other farmers in the same section
are reported to have had plauts stolen.
Wisler, the infant sou of 3Ir. and
Mrs. Don Hodges, of the Lily Dale
vicinity, died last Wednesday, May,
30th, 1007, of cholera infantum.
He was sick only a couple of days
and was not thougUt to be seriously
ill, until a few hours before his
death. He was born March 10th,
1000 and was therefore one year two
months and ten days old. The
took place Thursday at
Chapel Hill. Rev. W. T. Oakley
Graded Schools For Providence.
The graded school proposition was
voted on in Providence Tuesday and
carried by the decisive vote of 302
to 41, and this thriving little city
will soon have a splendid graded
About the only opposition to the
school was caused by the location of
the building, the majority favoring
the old academy site while some favored
the Givens residonce. Providence
Now Open to Guests.
100 Rooms. Fare First Class
On daily mail route. Telephone.
F. M. DAVIDSON, Prop., Marion, Ky.
Pushing Work of Beautifying Lots and
Lot Owners Responding Promptly
With Financial Aid.
VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 6. 1907. NUMBER I.
MORE NIGHT RIDERS CEMETERY ASSOCIATION HONOR ROLL JUDGE J. FLEM GORDON TAYLOR-PICKENS SCHOOL BOND PAID OFF
The committee of the Marion
Cemetery Association, composed of
the following members, H. K. Woods
chairman. H. V. Stone, T. H. Cochran,
J. F. Dodge, Mrs. G. M.
treasurer; Miss Nelle Walker,
secretary. would respectfully report
We have sold lots to the following
parties: John Moore, Dr. T. A.
Frazer, Dr. F. W. Nunn, Ed Cook,
Walter Blackburn, Hughcy Hurley,
Wm. Copher, R. K. Flanary, Phil
Deboe, Dr. Dixon, T. J. Yandel!,
Tom Rankin, H. K. Wood.
Our option to purchase the cemetery
will close the ISth, inst., and
we are very anxious to make a sale
of seven more lots at a reduced price
of $13 per lot, in order to make this
purchase. There arc something
near 200 good lots yet unsold.
The following have paid in their
$1) for the year ending June 1, 100S:
Henry Stone, Mrs. Carloss, W. C.
Carnahan, Lee Vick, R. 1. Nunn,
R. F. Dorr, A. H. McXceley, II.
A. Hodge, Dr. J. H. Clark, G. 31.
Crider, A. Dewey, T. A.
Nolle Walker. Tom Hcariu, J.
lOPicrce, Mrs. J. B. Baker, A. J.
Bennett, W. G. Conditt, K. T.
Franks, Mrs. J. 0. Brown, J. K.
Dean, It. F. Haynes, C. 0. Taylor,
Gus Taylor, W. R. Cruce, Mrs.
Fannie Walker, Jno. A. Clark, R.
II. Kemp, T. II. Cochran, W. B.
andell, 0. II. 'Paris, C. K. Wel-don,
Mrs. L. A. Weldon.
The Marion Cemetery Association
is pushing the work undertaken by
it, in the way of collecting money
from lot owners and also the sale of
lots. It wishes to keep before the
public this sale of twenty lots at
13 each and this fund to be used in
purchasing the cemetery from J. B.
Kevil and making it public property.
Only a few days of the option
remain and this sum must be raised
in this time. The regular price of
$20 will be put on lots after this
We appreciate the hearty response
we are meeting iu our call upon the
lot owners for the $3 for work this
year. We have employed John
Brantley, at $25 per month, to do
this work. He is taking the lots iu
rotation as pay comes in and will
care for only those paying the $3.
Then the walks and drives are to be
cleaned of the grass. Some may
wonder what work there is that will
keep a man employed tor seven
months. et, if they will only stop
and consider the condition of the
cemetery they will soon dc convinced
there is a great deal to be done aud
that it will keep a man busy all the
season to do this.
There are something near 200
lots. still unsold and wo feel
that this purchase price of $300 for
this must be met. We still ask help
of those who have no lots there to
buy during the next fifteen days.
After this purchase is made then the
money realized from salo of lots will
be turned mto the cemetery funds,
and used to keep the place in order.
There is no graft in this nnd no one
need fear that his money will be misappropriated.
Do not stand back
and criticize, but come and help us
out in this work.
A block and tackle, pair of clamps
and 40 feet of plow line ropo were
taken from the roadside near the
bridge at gate to Geo. Foster farm
on Salom road last week. If promptly
returned no further action will be
taken. Spurlin McCord,
Home Telephone Co.
Of the Marlon Graded and High School
For Session 1906-07.
Perfect in attendance: Wilson
Leaders: Fay Wallace, Fannie
Wring, Fannie Porter, Lottie Hunt,
Geneva Daniel, Margery Paris,
Travis, Vivian Rochester, Wilson
Woods, Floyd Frazier, Charlie Stewart,
Ivan Paris, Willie Tharp, Roy
Tharp, Louise Conway, Orvel Sisco.
Perfect in attendance: Newton
Leaders in Class: Iva Bigham,
Katherinc Reed, Herschcl Hubbard,
Miriam Pierce, Yerc Conycr, Dewey
Doboe, Fannie Farris, Ewcl Raw-hoof,
Florine Harrod, Virginia Flanary,
Perfect in attendance last term:
Carl Frazer, Walter Wheeler, Iva
Asher. Mildred Stcmbridge, Dova
Walker, Myrtle Morrill, Zula Cannon,
Neville Moore, Forest Wring.
Leaders in class: Iva Asher,
Marie Wallace, Gladys Wallace,
Perfect in attendance: Josic
Paris, Robert Sayie, Homer
Mary Dollar. Charles
Highest grades: Ray Travis,
Ruth Haynes, Era Deboe, Louise
Clcmeut, Josic Paris, Ted Boston,
Muriel Clark, Homer McConncll,
Willie Aher, James Howerton, Lester
Perfect in attendance: Mildred
Moore, Allie Wathen, Ruth Flanary,
Emmitt Clifton, Helen Sayre,
Orville Lamb, Charles Stcmbridge.
General average for year over 00:
Allie Wathen, Orville Lamb, Lillie
Wilson, Isabel Guess, Ruth Flanary,
Hazel Pollard, George Travis,
Willie Stephenson, Helen Sayre,
Charles Stembridgc, George Orme,
Robert Jenkins, Elzic Hard, Joanna
Perfect attendance: Susie Boston,
Ruth Croft, Mary Gilbert, Anua
Haynes, Malcolm Dollar, Hcrschel
Franklin, Cladic Stephenson, Velda
Travis. Homer Paris, Cecil Taylor,
Roy Travis, Eugene Wilson, Lucian
Leaders in class: Luciau Walker,
Douglas Carahan, Gussie Burgett,
Dixie Trislcr, Florence Dean, Ruth
Melton, Herschcl Franklin, Malcolm
Dollar, Katie Yates.
Perfect attendance: Myra Dixon,
Ruth Dollar, Raymond Olive.
Leaders in class: Clara Crider,
Ira Sutherland, Bertha Rankin,
Mamie Haynes, Edith Burton.
Perfect attendance for entire year:
May Cook, Ruby Cook, Kittio Wathen
Class leaders: Ruby Cook, Ruth
Hill, Ruby Hard, Addle Maynard.
Leaders for year: Nellc Sutherland,
Leaders for year: Hollis
Velda Hicklin, Stella Redd.
Leaders for year: Mary Deboe,
May Travis, Annie Deau, Fcnwick
No orders for ice received after 5
p. m. will bo delivered until next
Marion Ice & Storage Co. ino.
Will Probably Resign As Circuit Judge
of The Hopkins Judicial District,
So it is Reported.
It i- currently reported that Judge
J. Fleming Gordon has decided to
accept the position as president of a
big trust company just organized at
Paducah and that he will tender his
resignation as circuit judge of this
judicial district to take effect July
1st, says the Hustler.
While the Hustler has held no
direct communication with Judge
Gordon, the information seems to be
The matter has been under
by him for some time and while
he was at Paducah Friday it is said
the final arrangements were made.
It will be with regret that the people
of Madisonvillc will see Judjre
Gordon leave the city, -Ho was born
and reared here. As presiding judge
of our circuit court he has acted with
great courage and shown rare judicial
Governor Beckham'will have the
appoiutment of a successor until the
November election, when an elcctjon
will be held for the unexpired term.
Whole Train Load of Canned Tomatoes.
How would you like to buy a traiu
load of canned tomatoes? Such a
sale was made in Cairo yesterday,
when Alt' T. E. Haynes, the local
broker for the J. A. Graves Canniug
Company, of Dycusburg, Ky., sold
to the wholesale firm of
company of Cairo, the
entire 1007 output of canned tomatoes
from the above canning company,
amounting to 20.000 cases or
40 car loads. This is tin largest
block of canned tomatoes ever handled
by any buyer or broker of this city
and goes to show the tremendous
growth of the jobbing business of
Cairo. The Evening Citizen.
For First Time In Its History.
For the first time in the history
of the postal service the receipts for
a (juarter have exceeded the expendi
tures. The exces is $l,S0O,00O.
Our five new rural routes did it.
your tongue to
and took in the glass you will see the effect
You can't help puckering it makes you pucker,
to think of tasting it '
By the use of, so called cheap Baking
Powders youtake thfspuckering, injurious Alum
right into your system you injure digestion
And ruin your istomacfv
Beautiful Ceremony at the Home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Pickens Wednesday
One of the prettiest weddings that
has occurred this season was the one
in which Mr Charles Creed Taylor
and Miss Ebba Lucilc Pickens were
united in marriage at the homo of
the bride's parents Wednesday afternoon,
June the fifth at two-thirty,
Rev. J. H. Butler, pastor of the
First Baptist church, officiating.
The bride is the older daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Pickens and is
one of the prettiest and most charming
young women in this city.
The groom is the junior member
of the popular drug firm of Haynes
& Taylor and is the youngest son of
Mrs. Ellen Taylor. He is a young
man of fine character and possesses
splendid business qualities.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left on the
four o'clock train for May field, Ky..
and Charleston, Mo., where they
will visit his sisters, Mesdamcs C. M.
Davis and J. D. Hardwick. They
will return and be at home to their
friends at the Freeman residence,
where they will have room, after
Prof. Kee Goes to Grenada.
The friends of Prof. Victor G.
Kee will learn with pleasure, of his
election to be principal of the Grenada,
Miss., city school, at the baud-some
salary of $1400.00 per annum.
Greuada is a city of 0000 and has a
finie school building. Prof. Kcc's
assistant is paid $000.00 per annum,
and all the teachers, $30.00 per
month. Grenada is near where he
taught before comiug to Marion, aud
his selection is in recognition of his
in former schools where he
has taught, includinu Marion.
Sunday School Convention.
The Crittenden county Sunday
School Convention, will be held
Tuesday July 2nd, iu Wilson giovc
near spar mill at I. C. crossing. On
Monday nitrht before, theic will be a
of the officials of
the county Sunda Schools, at which
the officials will be present.
15. M. Franks,
pure, refined GrapeXreamof Tartar CoitTmore
than Alum but you have the profit of qualityruie
Treas, H, A. Haynes Pays off Last Old
School Bond of $2,000.00
H. A. Haynes, the treasurer for
Marion Graded School district, has
paid off the last $2,000. bond of the
old issue which was sold to build the
main building. This is indeed a
fine showing for the board aud leaves
the district free of the debt except
the new bonds of $5,000. which
were sold two years ago to build the
auditorium and new chapel.
When the high character of the
school maintained hcrejis considered,
coupled with the fact that the building
is now heated by a new steam
radiator system and has new opera
chairs in the auditorium, is really
remarkable that the sinking fund
has been sufficient to retire the old
bonds so quickly. Great credit is
due the school board and each citizen
of the district should "hold up their
hand" in all matters touching this
the greatest of Marion's enterprises.
The blessings of a good school will
decend to generations unborn as
well as to the boys and girls of
The editor acknowledges the receipt
of the following card: "Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. W. L. Parrish will
give in marriage their daughter
Jennie to Mr. Marvin Ciuw Howard
Tuesday afternoon, Juuc the eighteenth
one thousand nine hundred
aud seven at two-thirty o'clock 020
Locust Street. Owcnsboro Kentucky.
The honor of your presence is requested."
Miss Parish is the daughter of a
well known Owcnsboro Capitalist
and is one of the belles of the city.
Mr. Hogard is a grannson of Rcv
J. P. Hogard, of this county and a
son of Rev. W. T. Hogard, of
Grccnsburg, who lived in this couuty
many years and who is respected by
all who know him.
The Wilson Steam Lauudry, will
for the convenience of out town trade,
place a basket at Robinson's barber
shop on Salem street. All laundry
left on or before Thursday morning
will be returned the same week.
profit ;f goodjicalth.
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