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VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY SEPT. 24, (908. NUMBER 17
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Call to see our line of MILLINERY.
The very latest Styles in
Trimmed and hats
o Main Street.
PRINCETON WAS STUFFED
Willi People Saturday Attending. Tobacco
.Meeting Day Historical
Princeton, Kv , Sv:pt.
battle between the soldiers and
the thousand" ot people that fluffed
I'riDccton today to attend the mammoth
rally of the Dark Tobacco
Grower' Association, came tremulously
near rculting when an unknown
person tired pistol Into the air
from behind a More near the edge of
the crowd. The 30 soldiers fearing
that fight had ntarted, charged
through thr crowd in an effort to
catch the perwn who had pulled the
trigger. Many men prononj, who
felt that tho presence of tho soldiers
was an intrusion, were eager "foT
anything that might start." The
threatened trouble flashed away
iuicker than eamo and never in the
history of Princeton was there a
better and more enjoyod day by the
thousands pf vtitnrs that poured in
from every county in .Westoan
Kentucky and Tennossee of the dark
II is estimated that from 12,11011
to 2(i,0(IO people were in tho city.
The parade of tlm, fornoon was thn
largest over cmi in l'rincoton.
Noarly 1,000 ponpht wore in lino.
Tie prettiest (oat lire of tl was 500
girls weuring whiti frocks and caps
riding white hoMUf. Throe bands.
Deal's military hand from Paducah
and tho Ccutr.il fitvnnd Sprinirfiold,
Tonn , band- furnished the music.
The afternoon was given over to
I he sp.-amiii: ihut was heard by
tliiiUMiiiH'. The orators of tho day
wort1 C1 Joi'l Fort, Prcsidon 1". (J.
Kwmg l the Dark Tobacco Growers
Aociaton. Hon. Ollio .1 nines and
Ward Hcadlry, who in charge of
the speech making.
Nevor before was Pnticeton packed
with such a erowd and not an accident
occurred to mar the
leTotlonal Meeting September 27lh,
Subject "The Lord of the Sabbath.'
Leader Prof. J. P. King.
Prayer Concluding with the Lord's
Kcsponmc Heading Psaltnt li2.
Scripture Lesson Matt 12, 1-7.
Isaiah, 5, 3, 13-14.
How should I t:o about keeping
the Sabbath in order to make the
day au example of a truly
Sabbath? M I h s Velda
For voluntary talks:.
1. "Is Christ's conception of the
2, "What part has Sabbath keeping
in my scriptural lilc?"
It. "Arc your Sabbaths a delight or
The fourth (ienemtlon.
Mr nnd Mrs H II Tirrv nr
29th and 30th. g'
are the wonder of the 3
$ "THE NOVELTY
j Tuesday and
4 v Our line of Patterns
We have a Full
Line of Skirts, and Shirt-waists Also
Misses and Children.
We have Everything for the
See our Line of Fancy Work
and Embroidery Materials.
Wear the Princess "Chic"
U city. We searched the Marts of Millinerydoni for the i
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viiuiccsi uiiu eatu n; is me t'loauciion y
t of an artist. You'll make no mistake if you get your
i Fall Hat from "THE NOVELTY. " bV
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4? Mrs. Annette K. Jackson, fc
4 Salem Street, Near Court Square, MARION, KY. to
Our Line of Woolen Dress
Goods consists of all the Latest
Weaves and Shades.
Our Novelties are the Newest-
The Latest Styles in Belts
We have the Prettiest Silk
Waist Patterns ever Shown
in the city.
A. S. CA
receiving congratulations on the
arrival of two bouncing hoys at their
home Monday mji nine September
21st. The you n l' mothei and the
are gitmc aloug nicely.
Mrs. Torry was Mi Audie Davis
daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Henry
DvU tni a grand-daughter of Mrs.
Mary Long of this city.
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to Dycusbnrg Men.
Paducah, Ky , Sept. 17. Hud
HaU, j. opnetor ol the New
Hotel, has so d the the hotel
to Dr. T. L. Phillips and John Phillips,
of Dycusburg. The consideration
wa not tuade" public", ' The
new proprietors will charge Saturday
Judge Aaron Towery will
address Frances Local No.
5306, A, S. of E. Saturday
night, Sept. 26th, 1908, on
the 'Tobacco question." Other
speakers are expected.
M. F. Pogue, sec'y.
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WKII IX THIS CITY.
Mr .Iaiu's L Crimes and Miss
Co.m of Francis, Crittenden
eount. married In this city
laat Sal urdu afternoon in the County
Clerk's olflee b County JiuIko
Tlie eontrnctlng parties are among
Crittenden isiunty's best aiul most
popular youns people, the bride being
h Hlaler of the Hon Marlon F.
Pogue of FrniiclR She g a prettv.
utt motive nnd aTompllslietl oung
lndy. while the groom is a clever and
t i n lalnent oung farmer.
For Mie past few weeks Miss
'i.id ljen visiting in Sturgls,
and it .is whlln route home that
she and Mr. Grimes decided to come
to and he married. They
;rrlv d nn the noon train nnd after
taking llnner at the New Princeton
hotel, they went to the County
Clerk's oHlce where after securing
the licence were married.
Mr. and Mrs Grimes spent Satur
day nlcht at the New. Princeton
(hotel and left on the six o'clock trnln
wr tneir home in Crittenden county.
REGULAR COUNTY MEETING
OF FARMERS UNION
WfoonYtne at Marten, Ky., October
8lh, and gih, Which Is the Second
Ttiursdiy and Friday.
Let all the local take notice to
elect delegate; one for each 20 or
majority fraction thereof, and one at
Iet delecto he furnished with
credential.- If you havn't the
blanks, writ 11. L. Harnett, of
I.etercdrsntiiiM hnw number and
name of lncil, -nid number of members
in c wd itindini:
Let all l'eaU pv up their dues
tor this )uirter. 2.)e per iiarter
pays State uni Nitional dues.
Fivo (.") eenn .if these dues to b
retained in th- local and five tf5)
pent . t 1 1 c.ny Griffith, of Marion,
VHScZilC 'ZikmkwtoGrli K'j&t I iW't )vBa&mi
DR G. V. STONE, Optician and Optometrist.
of the splendid article in a recent issue of the Record-
Pkess on "Useful Eye Information."
Cloaks for Ladies,
Ky., and fifteen (15) cents to R. L.
ILirnett, of Paducah, Ky. Let the
local presidents sec that this money
is sent in to the proper authorities
KIcct delegates that will attend.
Let all county offiials, and county
committee be present.
The fore-noon of the first day, will
be a public meeting, and we would
invite all labor organizations in the
county, to select one or more of their
number as delegates, to attend this
open meeting; that we may consider
the advisability of devoting a day in
the near future, for the benefit of all
All who will, are invited to attend
this public meeting.
Rohkiit Johnpon, County President.
At a meeting of the Board of the
Election Coamissioners for Crittenden
County Ky. the following persons
were appointed to serve as officers
to hold the coming November
election and in tho precints respectively
designated. The sheriff will
accordingly summons said parties to
Marion No. 1. J. 31. Froeman,
Judge, M. H. Weldon, Judge; Frank
Adams, Sheriff; H. A. Haynes, Clk.
I.:. T- n a
.uuriuu u. -. A. j. ricjccns,
judge, J. G. Gilbert, judge, H.
sheriff; J. R. Finley,
.Marion Xo. 3 J. A. Farmor,
judge, P. C. Stephens, judge, Kb
Guess, sheriff W. K. Powell, clerk.
, Marion No. 4Gco. Williams,
judge, R. F. Wheeler, judge, A. J.
Rakor, sheriff, R. I. Nunu, clerk.
Marion No. 5 J. Frank Conger,
judge, Goo. Cruce, judge, J. Bell
Kevil, shcrifl;B. L. Wilborn, clerk.
Frances No. O-.-Kd Asbridgc,
judge, W. F. Oliver, judue, M. B.
nulling, shorill, W. O. wickor,
No. 7---San. Grimos,
judge Owon Boaz, judge, J. A.
Gravis, sheriff, Nlli Dalton, clorL
I nion No. S r.I. L Settlos, judge.
l'Vd judge. J. W. Hnknr.
I If I B Carter, clerk.
j Mi. ridan No. fl -W H. Sulljoger,
I'hV" f K Doonkey, judge, Char-'
S.allons, sherifl, A. J. Beboui,
Ti.lu No. 10C. W. Taylor, judge;
Kit Shophprd, judge, C. B. Clark,
il.i rid t, A. Murk, olnrk.
Fords Foiry No. 11 -J. H. Robinson,
judge, Ron Williumfr, Judge,
G r Wnthon, sheriff T. N. Wofford
BolU Miihw No. 1 M A. Wil
son, judge, 10. L. Nunu, judge; John
Truitt, .sheriff E. J. Travis, clerk
Rose Bud No. 13 H. Metz, judge
Alvey Newcom. judge, D. J Travis,
horiff; J. R. Summorville, clerk.
l'incy No. II J. M. Walker,
judge, Huch McKee, judiro. It. S.
Edwards, sheriff ; Ed Dean, olork.
Shady Grovo No. IS Sam Snow,
juduo, W. K Todd, iudeu Marion
Ford, sheriff W. M. Babb, cierk.
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Our Shoes have Style
and Quality. We have
the "Patrician" "Society"
CORSETS- "G. D. '
and Thompson "Glove
Our line cf Hosiery m o
and Knit Under-wear
COMBINED NOTICE AND
ORDER OF SALE
In the District Court of the United
Slates fur the Western District
In tho matter of
Davis & Davis, 'Robert
L. Davis and Philip M. In H a n k-
Davis, bankrupts. ruptcy.
To the Creditors of said Bankrupts :-You
are hereby notified, that
Henry K. Wood, of Marion,
the estate of' said
bankrupts,has filed petition herein,
representing that it will be for the
benefit of said estate, that the property
belonging to said estate, situated
in Marion, Kentucky, valued at
$1100.00, be sold at public auction,
and that there will be at a meeting of
the creditars of the bankrupts, at
my office in Paducah, Kentucky, at
8 o'clock in thejforenoon, on the 2nd
day ot OctoberlfJOS, to consider tho
proposed sale of said property. And
if objection to said sale is not made
or", if objected to, it is now ordered,
that said trustee make sale at auction
and public outcry of the said
property, consisting of a stock of
gents furnishing goods and being
chiefly ready-made clothing, hats,
caps, shirts, ncck.ties, hosiory and
the usual lino of goods pertaining to
gents furnishing business, together
with show-cases, furniture, counters
and some fixtures.
The trustee isjdirccted to sell said
property as a whole for cash to tho
highest bidder, at the late place of
business of said Davis & Davis, ou
Bank strcot in Marion, Kentucky,
at 1 o'clock in the on tho
Sth day of October 1!)0S, subject to
the ordcrof the roforoo. And tho
trustee will immodiately after said
, make report thoroof to tho
referoo, showing tho uaiue of the
purchaser and the prieo for which
samo was mild.
Wittnes my hand thi the JJud
dii ol SepUmbiT lUOh.
Emmit W. Bauhy
Refereo in Baukr.pt y.
Trustee Notice ot Sale
ot Bankrupt Property.
To the Creditors) of tho Bankrupt
This is to notify you, that pursuant
to tho loregoing order of nalo, 1
hall, at 1 o clock in the afternoon,
ou tho 5th day of Ootobor 1108, sell
tho property of tho abovo eutitled
bankrupts, ut their lato place of
business, on Hank Streot, in Marion,
Kentucky, on tho tornm and conditions,
and in the manner provided in
said order of sale.
Witness my hand this the 22nd
day of Soptomber, 11I0S.
II. K. Woou, Trustee