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VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL 25. 1907. 7 NUMBER 47.
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VIRGIL Y. MOORE
ii si Signal Honors it The Oratorical
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i s . h hick waa held fnij
in Mmaoa Ckapel tl Kea-
I nivereltj in Islington WM
ut College, iko roto of
.- btag I to 1 ia Uvor of
r The anbjeet for debate
i:.mIvc4, Tbai ik UbIimI
'. vrrumOHt WohM 1m
huhlientug Her Permaaeal
ibe State Collage tool tke
I . n Todd Tawarj end Vir-
M rr. of tki. eity, ad K.
I'' r.io, Somertel, K.
i k ' University we
M. Staiwifer, It. M.
..ft. Jr.. and M. II. IHiit.
.-. wore C. N. Mnaning,
la loon er, H. C. linger-
.1 M. Spnooe, of Lexington
. leMI Ouiidan, of Pnrie.
mo gold medal wai awarded
iroealNtiTe of tko winning
! ungtoM Leader eaya:
iiteat Friday evening w i-
. and the subject matter waa
dlrd by eaeh ef the debater.
iiiM of college yells and u
. uthuslasni, Moore, of the
toniu, ktood out at the moat
He apoke aecond
4iid made the rebuttal eeeh
t wa n seeming attempt
and was not forcible
' might have hoeu it ahoru
ratorioal llourishoa. Ital
M ..nc eamo on for rebuttal ho
in hand and
(". victory. He acored
.'. i point that left the
I Ickh to answer. He brought
f applause from his suppor
. admiration from tho audience.
i the force of his stroll re-
poi'li Mooro is the boy who
nioii. Ho hia only 1" )ars
. i ti j conspicuously aloof lroiu
union in point ot
pergonal power in debute
il Natidoll Mooro, a lad ol
if ago. Long before the
wax doied it was inaniitM
had resolved Hell
' between II. M. Stanaifor
.r.ly Crimson defender and
M ...ire. In liia rebuttal
rojrainod several lei.1
' r thenilinnative.
s'aiMifor opened tho argument
' i'-' that for moral, oommcrcial
'" ' ' t al reasons the Unitod States
' 1 i lablisli her permanent rule
The Old Reliable
Hoosier Corn Drills
John Deere Two-Row
II Ml iOE
mi Ciitia. Up aliH added that In-
otdlcaguea would pretcut to mw
the aame reaaona from a aaaiurj and
educational elaadpoiul to tbe advan
Uge of the Cnbana theaaelveaat well
ac tbe Hailed Suitea.
aocoidiag to tbe Piatt amendment and I tenme and have not bad team worked
national honor involved it would be : u they should have done. You are
a violatioa of tbe fnadimrnul jexeotod thi year to Mae teams only
pel of the government of the Tailed I who aetully needed, and to ee that
SutM to aiiLabliali a rttU in t'nha the oonnLv reeiarea eiirht honrf of
agaiaal tbe uiahea of the people. , iiood work every day that team is
Jlr. Jloore. in areutuic lor tbe i report en.
eefatire itated that tho ntraeiee; of
the word "JHeliflable" wa a baaie
jtriaeiplo and iu original weeiue
IluottldNOtbe accord i up; to 1.
or jaatiee for the United Sulci to
eeubliah a perwaNest nile in Cuba,
he eaid "our relation with Cuba
are at lied an tbe futtliineutal priu
ciplea of oae form of government.
"I hive to much faith in the
American people," he aiI't'
lieve they will for once fjftr tbe
fordidden path which would lead to
to rnin. Leginton Herald.
Sudden Death of Irene Stone.
Tbe entire city waa thrown into
gloom lat Tnerday morning, uheu
tbe news circulated that Irene
Stoae, the beautiful little eleven year
old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Heury
V. Siohc, had died huddeniy and
moat uocipcctcdly the night before
a little after eleven o clock. 1 he
death waa o Hidden, at to daxo her
parent and all her friendt, She
had Wen todiapoaed witli a sore
throat and lonailitia for several da)d,
but wai out of school only three days
laat week and every oue wa quite
unprepared for the rude hook whioh
the news of her doath gave them.
She was eleven year old the firat
day ef this month, and on that
celebrated her birth day by in
vicing her little friends to her party,
occation to thorn
which wai a jayonii
The funeral wa held at the residence
at two o'clock, Wednesday
afternoon, and the burial took plr.ee
in tho new cemetery, Kev. ISenjuiuiii
Audro ollioiating ailod by Itev.
J. II. Holler.
The floral olleriug were profuse
,ud beautiful. One Uosign boing
from the third gnide in tho Marion
Urndotl Soliool to irono
another was from the Presbyterian
Sunday Soliool, still another was
from tho "Willing Workers and
,hu lam reding tho, .nr
little form hne covered eon.ploteh
with flowers. The bereaxed parents
have tho Hympathy of every
in their great afHiclion
To Road Overseers.
The time has uouie wlieu our pub-He
roads eat. be worked. The
ivo rains or the winter have left many
i. . i. ...i ,.;iiiilitinii. and I
:ol our roaua in
mu,i insist that murmurs look
rad at once. Now is tlic
tune in work rondo to get bt result.
Tbe fiscal eourt lias fixed the price of
plow nil until at $1.Q jier day, a
day oh road moao eight hours of
work, not play. Some overseers
have n the wil mod loo many
Kememlier that you ad overseer
have Hiake a sworn autemeiiL as to
wort: done on yoir road and you eau
not be too eerofnl in seeing that the
eonnty is not imposed upon. I
want to urge you to puah the work this
year and do it now.
The fioal eourt has planed to use
road rder on such mtrtst of roads in
jdiilurenl sections of county as they
eau be advantageously used, but
wherever grader are used tho bauds
"ill be required to work at leant six
day, working f.ucli places as grader
will not work.
Mr. W. A. Woodall will have the
management of the graders, and I
trust the ovorsoors on roads when
grader are used will heartily cooperate
with him in the work. It is
iuiMftMhle for all of the roads to be
graded in one year, but the work
will distributed so as to give all sec
tion, where graders can be Used, a
share of tho work.
W. A. Ht.ACKHUll.N',
Pogue Mine to the Front.
After laying idle for many months
and it being the opinion of many
that it would never be worked again,
this mine is now just in its infancy.
Tho Marion Mineral Co. have boon
lucky in securing the scnioos of our
old friond, H. H. Clement, to manage
this mine. Through his untir
ing oilortb and plans dovised by
himself ho has succeeded in driving
a drift through brokon ground and
blush to the vein whore thousands of
tons of oro are in sight and is now
being taken out as fast as it can be
handled by two shifts of men working
day and night.
Mr. Clement has for a long time
boon counted one of the host mining
engineers in this district, and his
excellent judgment coupled with his
knowlodgo ol formation and location
he is second to none. Hurrah for
11. H. I
Sorvicosatthe Presbytorian church
have been well attended last week
and this week. lte. W. H. Miley
of Louisville formerly pastor of tho
church hero is conducting the
and his sermons arc forcful and
dignified. The church will bo mioh
i,.,.iii...l hv. his visit here at tliis
MARION CHORAL SOCIETY
Oiive & Walker
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A car load of the world famous AMES Buggies
A top buggy and set of harness, guaranteed, only $47.50.
SOLE AGENCY FOR THE
Tennessee and Coquillard Wagons,
And wc have them in all sizes.
Oliver Chilled Plows
One and two horse sizes
Blue Grass Double Shovels
Cultivators and Hay Rakes
Entertainment a Grand Success and Was
Attended by a Large and Appreciative
Tlftj Marion Choral Society ruado
its firt appearance beforo the public
Tuesday night and was greeted with
a large and enthusiastic audionoe.
Tlioy were vory ably assisted by the
Amphion Quartotto, of Hondersou,
Miss Tommic Lylo Wallor, of
and Mr. Chap Hlaokwoll,
Prof. Von Tobel, a musician, of
Henderson, has been training our
voosl talent for some sevoral weeks
and assisted by tho singers noted
above gave us a vory beautiful and
artistic entertainmont. Prof. Von
Tobel doorvos praise and
for his painstaking and careful
work with our vocal talent. It
wat certainly reflected in evory
chorus to a marked degree.
Tiik takes the liberty
to aay however that he played
his piano selections ovor somo hoads
in placoof at all hearts. This however
might limo boon more
able to the writer than othors and at
any rate ho is not responsible for
imperfections in hi audience.
Kvery one liked Von Tobel. Ho is
one musioians out of many without
frills. Ho stays closo to his work
through an entire program and is
devoid of the usual clap-trap devicos
made only for olToot.
The Amphion Quartette wore vory
warmly welcomed in their first
Thoir voicos have boon hoard
in the chorus and tho ladies in solos
and '.he audioucc were prepared for
just what they hoard a splondid
number well rendered. The singing
of Misses Watson, Spochr and
Wallor was woll done and fully appreciated
by the audience.
One of the best things in the whole
program was Hambys "Sweet and
Low" rendered by the chorus. Tho
expression in this was to our miud
almost perfection. This is one of
the most beautiful pieces of music
ever written. It can only be appreciated
when sung corroctly seasoned
with expression by a musician
Tho distinctive feature in this song
is the blowing of the wind in the
next to the last bar and the conductor
sticccccdod in making this effect
vory realistic. This number alone
was worth tho price of admission.
The audionco was very generous
with applause and the entertainment
taken as n whole was a goodly performance.
Fiio and tornado insurance,
land & Haynes,
Best Stock Food Made
Don't be annoyed with flies
We have lots of
Wire Screen Cloth
Hoes, Rakes, Spades, Forks
Princeton Presbytery of the Presbyterian
Church, U. S. A., met at
Madisouvillc, Ky., Tuoeday, Apr.
1(5, ia()7 at 7 ::J0, p. in. The
sermon was proached by Rev. J.
It. Honry, of Paducah, Ky., from
John 11:1(5. Itev. A. J. Thompson
was oleoted Moderator. Kight ordained
ministers wore prosout and
fifteen congrogations rop resented
The usual prosbytorial sacramental
sorvicc was held Wednesday at 1 1
o'clock. J. W. Maddox was taKon
under tho oare of Presbytery as a
candidate for tho ministry. Letters
wore granted to candidates V. Gi
Hart, who is now in soliool at J.o
Angolos, Col., and to T. J. Garner,
who is in school at Chicago.
Tho committees on Home Mivions,
Hvaugolism and Ministerial llclief
made able roports. Other commit-to
os made important roports.
Wo havo in the Prosbytory teu
C. K. Sooioty, and two Childrous'
Hands. The commissioners to tbe
Gouoral Assembly arc Itev. M.
E. Chappoll and Jus. Wet. Presbytery
adjourned to moot in Princeton,
Ky., May 14, S p. in.
.J. K. .PiticK, S. C.
Sunday afternoon at the residence
of the Itev. Elgin, Mr Lumie Fritts
aud Miss Lola Neal were united in
the bonds of holy matrimony
officiating. The bride is well
known in Marion and numbers her
friends by tho score The groom is
the son oflt. C. Fritt? a well known
farmer of the Fredonia neighborhood.
They loft on the ;t:30 traiu for
Gracy Ky. accompanied as far as
Princeton by Bertha Fritts, Jolinie
Fritts and Maud Clark. Thoir
fjionds wish them a happy life.
Mr. Geo. Fisher aud Miss roco
"Malcoui were married by Kev. "W. It.
Gibbs at his home m Sheridan last
Sunday at throo o'clock in the presence
of u large crowd which gathered
in. They wore accompanied by-Mis
Jossie Malcoui, the bride's sister,
and Mr. Lee Kemper.
Mr. Fisher is a grocer at Lola and
a young man who stands well in his
The bride is John MalcMn' daughter
and is an attractive young lady.
The happy oouple will reside at,
Lola where the groom is in business,
and they have the best wishes ol"
evory one who knows tlioiu.
Makes the finest, light-est,best
hot -breads, cake and
pastry Renders the
food more digestible
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