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VOL. 31 MARION, CRl :NDEN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, Noy. 25, 1909. NUMBER 31
Commending Hon. Allle C. Moire (or
the Able Manner While m the
FAIR AMI IMPARTIAL IN
Thursday Nov. II, lflWI.
At a mooting of the members or
(lie bur ami official of the Caldwell
circuit court, nt thn court Iiouro in
tho city of Princeton, Ky., on today,
tho following resolutions concerning
tho lion. Allio 0, Moore, nprcisl
indge of tho Caldwell circuit court,
wore unanimously adopted, namely -
Vot:r coiutniltoo on resolutions
iippointod at a mooting of the bar
and olucers oT tho circuit court for
t'aldwrll county, Ky., held nt the
curt li'iuso on today, beg loavc to
report a follows:
TIihI Whereas, on account of thn
illnoK of lion. J. F. ''Gordon, tho
regular judge of this court, tt became
ncccsry for tho appnintiiicut of a
pccul juice to proside over tho
court at it roani Uctober torui,
l'tO'.l, and whorcas, the Oorrrnor of
Kontucl) appnintod Hon, Ailio C,
Moorr, a member of tho Marion bar,
I act as uch judgr. llcsolvud.
Fmt That tho member of thi
bar anc officer of thn curt
10 the windotu dUplaycd hv the
(incrnnr of tho clen
ti.o -if Hon Ailio U. Moorr an
fj rcol ni(lm of thi court at its
I rrii t term.
Sf. 1 That we commend tic
i gn ' Mprnjliioi!", paitMtnking
rc nti'l impirlialitv that ha
nctcriiod the manner in which Judge ' nPT Pf) ' Tll I
Moorn his conducted thu business of
tho term, and tho marked ability
displayed by him in his judicial
ruling?, which have received most
caroful consideration at bin hand,
80 that in him wc recognize an nble,
upright and dignified judge, and wo
thank him for bis work at this term.
Third, That a oopv of tbeso
resolutions bo furnished .fudge Allie
n M... .n.i ii,. t i.n i. u.,i follows;
Xa 1'IUUIU 1V4 hllAI HUI UU niMVNU
upon tho rocords of this oflico,
U. W. Lihaniiv, )
S. I Hodge. -Com.
I. Kt.MOTT liAKKH. 1
A copy attest:
I). H. UAnn.SKli, Clerk.
Uy Okoikua l'AHTKtm. 1), C.
have few TonnoMco
left over that we mean to soil at
bargain. If yon aro likely to need a
wagon soon, now is your ohanco to
save some money.
Oi.ivk & Walker.
Dr. F. w. Nnnn Out ol Clly.
Dr. V, W. N'liun will nn ahcnt
from Marion from Wcdnrday 24 to
Monday morning, thn2(lth.
A. N. KnN Goes to Rosiclare.
A. H. Keid will on Dfeembor 1,
takn charge of Uojiclarc Kluor Fpar
and Lead mmes at Knsjclaro, III.
Mr Heed, it will ho rotuombcrrd,
lived in Marion u'nill a few years
ago, and bin many friaod will no
doubt bo glad to learn of bis return
to this mining district.
Mrs. Nate Pnweir
Otganiv honrt troublo was the
cause of the death nf Mrs. Kate
METING SIT JUSTICE.
Commonwealth Doc Disposed ol
For This Jury
Mot of the cases on the common,
wealth dockot have boon continued.
! Tho casos tried or dismissed aro ns
Commonwealth vs J. VV. 1" ranklm,
Samo vs Tom I)empey sid others,
J, ., i, . 'life has been an inMiirati'jn, and his
hann vs Kerry Hraauor, petty
larcooy, Hoed $10.
Stmo vs Ogie Kogcrs, disturbing
religious worship, dismissed.
Satno vs Ogie Hogcr. procuring
Wc wagons ,. , . . , ....
minor for minor, fiuod ?fU.
al t? I ti;i J ,:i
came vs i. j. iiauraiu uo. , iau
ini, In thi.lln i nulilii. 1ilf.tiiriit ' . t
S'uuie vs Ohi Houcback, breach oi
peace, fined f5.
Hamo vs C. M. Waddcll, fined $5,
Same vs W. W. l'arks, false
Same vs Hay Truitt, grand larceny.
Same vs Qcorgo Shuttlcworth,
failing to provide Tor his minor
children, fined 10.
Tho case of the Commonwealth
against Ucrroti for killing Daugh
Itrcv wj continued until next term
The caso nf tho roiumotnwcalth
lagainst Ocli Peck and others,
fcfj.rtd with banding together and goinp
forth to injure aod destroy property,
rcaohad and the csfcs are being dig
posed of with little reason for
Thoro wore divorce
cases disponed of during, the present
term of court.
' An Appreciation.
Dr. Jljron V, King him come and
gone and with him lie has taken
great numbers of hearts hearts of
many L of the dcm men and women in
all Louisville hearts that have been
ttuched and fwayed, sweetened
and strengthens! by tho magic
power of this nut rful man. His
memory win uo a nenuuiciiou
Wo loaned him ur minds and he
taught us of their power and ufc; we
loaned him our hearts and upon
thtitr strings ho played and wc were
strengthened strengthened for tbo
battlo of this thing we call life, and
I life to tnanv nf im him taknn nn u
,. t...J.Vi V .UW., ..Ik,...., I .!(." , . !...
t ii I iinrnni. nnn u iiniii.r
Where- there were shudows before,
there is light now light that comes
from tho soul's touch with a great
and nublo soul which has been touch
cd by tho Light of Life.
lie tuught us something nf the
beauty and nf tho power of speech,
but he taught us more of the beauty
and tho power of soul that it is
God.givcn apd should bo
ted Mtid that wc as His children
have a bouudlcfis storehouse from
which to draw everything needed to
mako our live? brtght and noble,
happy and useful
This indeed ha bcuu a great week
at the Temple. The results will be
TJic good accomplished
can never bo fully known here
eternity alono can tell. Our people
to iFgVitcful pcoplo to Dr. King for
tho faithful and masterful service ho
continued. I'nder this head, termed lias rendered while in our midl.
night rider euses, there arc about ' Our prayers will follow him whee'er
1'owoll on Sunday, dissnlntion taking l,c 0Cf, nml our hftartH nild our
so T10 011,t WCM, .iinucd on
place at the homo of her niece, Mrs. ".,,., .i . . i hands will bo opoj for bis return.
',,. . i . . Tho account of railtirc on the part of ,, Ii. 11.
A. H. Heed on school street. i u.
remains .hippod to Lcxing many witnosscs m appear. ; Tho Temple Meengor, Louisville,
ton, Vs.. they woro intcrcd, Tho civil dookct ha just been Keotuoky.
A VAST MH.FR.H PIMP , bo easy to mine. Kvcrj.no I. con
FOR CRITTENDEN COUNTY.
Valuable Zinc And Lead Ore Uncovered
At Depth 01 100 Feet That
Means Millions Of Dollars.
Learning of the great find in the
LaRuc mines at the F. 0. Cox
place, seven miles distant from
Marion, wc at once sought some of
owners and especially those in authority,
who revealed to us that
the "half had not been told.
Mr. .1. M. Persons, "who is au.
thority on mine matters, in an interview
said that tho newly uncovered
minercl represented untold wealth;
that it was an inexhaustible fissuro
vein, soven feet thick, forty per
cent of which is 'inc, with a paying
(iiantity of lead, a large sample of
which can be seen at the Record-Press
This rich vein was discovered some
fifty years ago in the same hole,
but supposed to be worthless. The
company composed of 1. M, Persons,
0. C. (iray, Murray Saundors and
other parties of New York concluding
to pump tho hole dry so as to
fully investigate it, wero wonderfully
Mirpmcd to find it so rich in zinc
and lead. This is supposed to bo
the mother vein of all this mineral
bolt and in value is estimated into
the millions. Mr. Persons and the
other owners of tho property will at
once commence forming n large
stook company for mining and put.
ting this ore on thn market. In
comparison of value this ore is worth
$20. per ton and up, against $5 per
gratulating tLu owncra on their goo3
fortuno whicL, of course, will pnivu
of great value lo ell Crittenden
county. The ore is rich and
ful and can be sceu by rll visi'ori.
it is there in sufllcicul iinntity to
mean untold wealth to tho owners. .
CONGRESSMAN JAMES IN
LOUISVILLE FOR A DAY.
Through On Way To
Congressman Ollio M. James, ol
Marion, arrived in Louinville last
night and will remai i over today.
He is at the Old Tnn, but was mix-
l: :.i. r: i.. .. rru.. u.ti i. !..
lug nun incuun at a lie cvtiiuituii ium
night. Ho said that the Domoorata
in his part of tho State had not yet
finished rejoicing over tho victory lr
Louisville, Congressman James will
not leave for Washington until Do
cembcr 3, ao at to be ready for tho
assembling of Congrcsi on the fallowing
M. F. Pogue,
from Crittenden and Livingston
counties, was with Mr. JamcB
"Mr. Pogue is on bin way to Frankfort
so as o take n little nurxcy of
tho situation before goiug there to
attend the session nf tho i.ogislaturo.
Mr. Pogue was formerly connected
with the Legislature in tho oapaeitj:
of clerk, but thici year ho goos back
t .,. '. Jj. -
to help make the 'laws, tie is a
neighbor of George Villson, ol
Union cofcuty, and ho ? for him fo
Speaker of tho House
ton for other Crittenden
w fJ ComptoIi of Nob0
Tin rich bed was found at a dopth I visiting her fatecr, O. W. Davis,
'of 10) feet from tho scrfacc and will and family this week.
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