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VOL. XXXV MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY. KY.. THURSDAY MORNING. SEPT. 19. 1912. NO. 12.
NEW CO., ROAD FOSTER SELLS ANOTHER CRITTENDEN CO., BEATS MARION'S JOS. 0. BROWN,
RECOMMENDED. LIVERY BUSINESS PAPER GETS ENOUGH OF IT. CHICK ORDINANCE DIES AT TOLU.
A Chug e in Tke Road Fron Marion
to Sheridan Leaving The
Large HilU Out.
attach hereto a map'
. .1... Limit fun imil flit;.1
, :md Fredonia road th
m
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residence, viz. miii
.ing the new road c
fiid that all that portion
Marion and Tolu road be
I .in a public road except
rti.ni of Rimio on the west
1. ads from th Wallace
, the said
. ! v Lnt a convenient and
. nutlet cm bo had from !
I .nn's house to the new
recommond the
whole of the road by
known as the
and Fredonia road.
..nglv urge and
county the opening
r.imsed new road as
'.! surveved by us be-
.mII alToid the greatest
i and at the same
Last damage. It will
"i futility of the expense
ning and keeping in
,.ast two miles on the
- to be annulled, and
county the expense
.1 m Vhku )
Thoi. Y. Ordway, of Fredonia And
Thos. C. Guess of This City,
Are The Purchasers.
A matter of great interest to By n deal which has been on
.a I the people living at Sheridan foot for some weeks, and which
ati 1 beyond there in the N. W. wng dosed Monday, Thos. C.
v rtion of the county, is the pro- Guess, of this city, and his
j ,sid change in the road from I nephew, Thos. Y. Ordway, of
M irion to Sheridan around the I Fredonia, became yesterday the
1 o graveyard and two other .proprietors of the Mammoth
., . p and rocky grades on the j Rrick livery and feed stable of
i iimiiii ptujivibjr. uiioi. nwn.iu ii. rosier on ncnviiic aircei.
i ,nty Surveyor, L. A. La Rue. j These gentlemen are too well
i. II. Kemp, Wi L. Taylor and known to require any
LnKtic, were appoint-1 tion or comment. They are
commissioners to view the tling and wide-awake livery
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..used change and they have men and have been in the
, their report in the County, ing and livery business long
,rt The new road will go enough to know what is
,h the land of the Colum j od and suflice it is to say they
i ,i , Larned A. Campbell, . will give this business their per-
. Lynn and Ed Moore, attention. They
Mug the old road again plate putting in some elegant
has. Donakey's house. I new rigs and more horses, and
mute the following fromusk tll0 ,mbic t0 Rive them a
, ; ..rt. share of the business.
Miss Cora Moore of the Glen-
dale section was hero Wednesday
! the new road as related
. ,1 road and also the Crit- 'accompanying Miss Ituby Big-
i
springs
and Frodonln ,! "ir ' '
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to Chapel Hill neighborhood
.,.... that on the old j f """ tuo Wtt,k's visit l0 hr-
i there is only one
.mi at west end of same,
known as the lx
u.l. On the Uriitond
SiPRESBYTERY IN
SESSION HERE.
Paducah Presbytery of The Presbyterian
Church, South,, Now
In Progress.
' up oniy one muu "'er points
ireo oi rocKN imu
1- s and it will bo as ea-i
repair a? any road in
The Paducah Presbytery of
the Southern Pre sbyterian
Church convened here Tuesday
evening at 7 o'clock at their
house of worship on Hellvillc
street
Rev. Coleman of Morganfield
was chosen moderator and II.
K. Woods, temporary clerk.
Rev. Sweets of Louisville
preached the opening sermon.
There were delegates and visitors
from Henderson, Paducah,
Morganfield, Ijbwisville, and
MULK for sale, black mare 7 1
vears old and perfect. 15 hands
high. Cash or Bankable m'to.
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12p Ira L. IJradbmn Rl'P
The Propriety of The "MARION NEWS" Gould
Not See His Way Through, So He Turns
His Subscription List Over to The
"WEEKLY GLOBE"
EXPERIENCE IS BETTER THAN A TEACHER.
A deal was closed Monday
whereby The Marion News, a
weekly newspaper established in
Marion just one year ago by
Messrs. R E. Wilborn and C.
V. Oakley, and later owned and
operated by the latter member
of the firm, was taken over by
The Weekly Globe, a weekly
newspaper of recent birth, and
owned and published by "The
Republican Campaign Committee
of Crittenden Co."
An interview with Mr. Oakley
Tuesday revealed the fact that
"The News" had never proven
to be a paying proposition, and
the publisher stated that while
he regretted that such was the
case, at the same time he
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ShoriJan" 9
Tolu " 10
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Rosebud IS
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JUDGES -RBI'.
II A, Haynoa.
1 M Davidson
J A Farmer.."
Obc Hunt
V A Woodnll
W E. AshbridKC
Ellw Daiton
J L Settle ..
A . J Ho bout
Chas, Taylor
Ed Hoard ...
II L. Sullivan.
E M Duvall
A II Travis
W M, Habb
sidered it and rightly too only
good business to dispose of the
business.
The subscription list and good
will was purchased by The
Globe, while the type, material,
etc., was sold to the Bourland
Printing Co.
It seems evident that Crittenden
county will not, or cannot
support more than one Newspaper.
Various efforts have been
made trying to run more than
one newspaper in Marion at a
time and all have ended in
nought.
If there was any money in
running one, there might be
hope of prolit for two which we
regard as very remote.
Election Officers Are Named.
Election Commissioners for Crittenden
Co., Make Good Selections.
September 1G, 1012. J. W.
Limb, Republican, and C. S. '
Nunn, Democrat, presenting,
certificates ot appointment from!
the State Hoard and showing,
oaths of qualifications therein dei'i
said Lamb and Nunn and Joel i
Pickens, sheriff of Crittenden,
PllKCINCT
county, therefore, constutingthe
lard of Election Commissioners
of Crittenden county, have
this day met and C S. Nunn was
selected as secretary and the
hoard proceeded to select officers
to hold the coming November
election as follows:
JUDGES-DEM.
i J. F. Adams
,J. V. I'torco
G. C. Wathcn...
.1 Forest Heath ..
'j. H. Keil ....
jC. S. Jackson...
.Owen Boaz ...
...G. IJ. Taylor .
. C. E. Stallion .
,Sam Lucas
I Henry Wood .
I Tom Demjuey
Tom Walker...
Howard Phillips
'S D Asher
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SHERIFFS CLERKS
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J.
J.
P.
W.
W.
J.
S. Young1
V n u p h n
P. Morgan
T. Hicklin
II.
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N.
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Georirc
Deboe
Wicker
Linzev
Cartert
licit
K i t Shepard!
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oiiunuaw ruru
C. N. Caim
C. C. Woodal"
Marion Deani
H. L Laml
Gus Taylor
J "Sutherland
Ed Hayward
J. F. ConRer
W. R. Cruco
C M 'Master
Gus Graves
Cha. LaRue
CE Donakey
T. T-. Guess
L. W. Terry
M.A. Wilson
F Somcryille
A. A. Deboo
J. H. Todd
The Firm Complained That Honey-gathers
Have Wounded
Their Feelings.
From a Louisville paper we
clip the following:
"Officials of the firm of Bradas
& Gheens, candy manufacturers.
817-829 South Floyd street, this
afternoon appealod to Chief of
Police H. Watson Lindsey to
protect them and their employes
from the ravages of swarms of
bees, which have invaded their
premises in search of sweets.
The firm complained that the
honey-gathers have wounded
their feelings and those of the
girls employes, a number of
whom have been stung. So
many candy-makers were stung
and so many others frightened
that general strike resulted.
The apiary belongs to A.
Hammer, of 231 East College
street. Col. Lindsey was in a
quandary for a while; then he
dispatched a blue-coated officer
to the Hammer home, with the
message that he "must keep his
bees in his own back yard."
The bees have been told to
behave."
THE LAST OF THE
FREEBOOTERS DIES
(s Run to Earth by English Soldiers
in The Belgium
Congo.
London, Sept. 19. James W
Rogers, an American, who for
years has defied all authority
and practiced illicit ivory-trading
an elephant poaching in the jungles
of Central Africa, has been
hunted down and killed by British
soldiers. Rogers' organization
among the natives was far-reaching
and he was virtually
the king of jungles, defying all
forces to stop his operations.
Rogers led his British pursuers
a long and difficult chase before
he was finally run to earth in
the Belgium Congo. He died in
camp while talking to Capt. C.
V. Cox, who led the man-hunting
party.
ANNOUNCEMENT
The semi-annual display of high
class Fall and Winter suitings by
THE GLOBE TAILORING CO., CINCINNATI,
will be given at our establishment on
SEPTEMBER 20 and 21
Make this one of your positive engagements. Call. and make your
selections and be measured by an expert.
Orders taken for immediate or future delivery Woolens will be shown
in full length drapes.
Salesman in charge RAY GOSIGER
Main Street L. EL IL E. H. YATES
Remains Brought Here Monday-Funeral
And Burial Were
Largely Attended.
Saturday night, Sept. 14th,
1912, at eleven o'clock, after several
weeks of suffering J. 0.
Brown, the well known wharf
master at Tolu passed to his reward.
Mr. Biown had been
quite ill for some weeks and his
family and friends had almost
given up hope several days before
the end. He is survived by
his wife and ono son, Foster,
each of whom had done all which
loving hands and hearts could do
for him.
Mr. Brown was horn Aucr.
23rd, 1847, in Henderson, Ky.,
and had just past his 65th mile
stone. He was a consistent
member of the Presbyterian
church at Tolu. belonged to the
Masonic Order, and also the
Odd Fellows.
His remains were brought here
Monday and the funeral was
preached by his psor, Rev. H.
V. Ecott, r.t the Southern Presbyterian
ehi'rch at 1 o'clock after
which thp Mnson" and Odd
Fpllows took charge of the funeral
and bu"ial arranjrments, all of
which were carried out after the
impressive ceremony of those
Orders. There was a large attendance
at the funeral and also
the burial, and many beautiful
floral oflenngs which attested
the love and esteem in which he
was held.
With Coburn's Minstrels.
Charlie Garo, principal comedian,
Coburn's Minstrels.
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