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VOL. 30 vmillON, CR.TTENDF.N COUNTY, KENTUCKY JAN. 7, 1909. NUMBER 32
Fred Daugtay Shot and Kill
ed by James Herron One
of County's Best Citizens,
The shocking newt of the shoot.
itg by James Herron, at Herron Bros'
tore on Christmas day of Fred
Ranghtroy reached hero by telephone
Oin rftcr it happened, and boforo
'kit friends could oven mako
to go to the rtceno of the eo
eavalor, seoond message convoyed
the ntddcr nnwt of his death.
Daaghtrcy only li'ed thirty minutes
after the shooti' g, the shot taking
efeot iu tbo main artery just below
f. k.. ImmmlifttAlv aftltr tnil
. inn ill-ail. i iiuui wiatv.i j ... . .
f : ahooting Daughtrey tat down on the
porch in irimt 01 mo store, anu eanea
some friend- In bun and he was put
into a buggy and taken home, but
Jied noon after reaching there and
before inv medical assistance arrived,
lie km hoonii earthly help however
even if a physioian could baTe been
Horron. who did the killing, wont
to the river and erood In Illinois
he feared violence at the hands of
Puihlrc'i freoda who wero on-raced
at whit ihev ehirnelurir.od a
ild b'oiMled murder Sborill Klan-
av and depntv ,J. A Farmor, en .
to I he ene nf the kitltnit. ami Herron
igrecd to return and surrendor
to them if g'n prntoelion. which
w una ran lew! to him. Ho was
hrmiitut in Siturdav the day after
the ViHinir. "id iriven n preliminary
He waived examination
and wa iMHind ov r to the grand jurv
without bail Immediately afterward
tun attnrnev, Jatnos Y Jama,
filed a motion ting that he b tat.
en t Henderson for s.fu leopinvr a
ther elimt feared vio'eneo at tbo
handn of a mob Judge IllneUnirn
rdered the prisnnor taken to the
Heniliroti count jail Deputies
I'ieVeni and Karmer left on tho afternoon
that dav (Dee. 2liih) with him
aad dolMore.d bin 'o the jailor of Hon-ii.
M.iii eountv Notbiiic whieh bay
ivr hippened in tho county i mor.
Herron, who did the ehootirnf. be
lenjjx to a fanii'r oj proininonco and
wealth. Their buiini"' hniiio i in
the northern part of the county
where the killing ocourod, and Ims
alwa)! enjoyed a fine pHtronatjo, and
wan rocO;nitcd an a great eonven
ionee to the neinhtiorbood and that
inch a lamentable tragedy nIioiiM bo
enacted thero, was unexpected and
deeply fiirettcd by tho friend? ol
Daughirey, who is a son of Mr.
and Mr Lewi Dnughtrey, leaven a
young miIV huh child. Hi
Lilly 1'r.inklin. Dr. W. T.
and James Daughtrcy, of Missouri,
aid John Daughtrcy, Uniontown.
are brother. Herron is unmarried,
and one report i tlnit the trouble
ivno up in n dinputo over u young
1 n 4 y to whom he was paying some
Hnrrls & Yales Wins Prize.
Morris & Yates, tho great main
atrect grocery tirui. u.irpunfeu an
provious years in their mlos on
igar lust year, which reached the
normous total of 1KI barrels, about
rfiO.000 pounds or ROOD moiitb, .r
5J0O pounds per day.
In doll.m and oeuts tn exaoi
tninunj Hold, wm :20H.5H which
lalnott oijualed m !') mo Hour
Ikaev sold, tins total of whmh was
K$S(lfl5 98 over :J00 00 per month or
kbont t)0 barrels a moo h, iTor two
IWrfll" a dsy every dny in the year.
'Given at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 0
Gray's Residence Great 0
Pleasure to Marion. 0 0
Tho New Years Reception given 0
last Friday afternoon from two 'till, 0
aiz at the residence of Mr. and Mr, 0
Georgo 0. Uray. on the oornor of 0
Main and Dopol Streets was (in its 0
delightfully pleasant associations and 0
memories of the pant and of friends 0
now gone to distant climes and those 0
who have orossod the dark river) the 0
peer Of any previous similiar gathering. 0
Many were the beantiful women, 0
rocebnd girls, and handsome men 0
gathered thero, the beauty and 0
of this nity, which can boast 0
proudly of tho attainments of her 0
studetitn of tho arts, scicuccs and literature. 0
The Chataufjua, Literary and Seen 0
tific Circle ba nVne more than any 0
other olub or nrganitatrnn to broaden 0
the mind. etreniihMi tho character, 0
and widen the cepe of usefulness of 0
of our wntuanfo'k. 0
Their studio" have bet n along the
deepest line and the ubjeot ban-died,
and may we not say mastered,
arc such a would onlist tbo attrtntjnn
0f ,te tnintU of the ration
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or aire, ami in nritiirini: lOKotocr ""
towtifiilW to cMiiitnunn jpin bappjly
once n voar thet aro only further
proving that tbev are really tbo
guardian aneeU of tho town, socking
on'y to belter the they come in
oulaet with a 11 ii ondoavorini: to
eatter unsbtno and love in nil
The writor withes for them all
lonjr life nnd as mutfli of the jv and
n little of the if !! old
world as it is ever allotted to thp
best of Hi erenturel.
Tho club wa organized in ISSi',
nnd ba the following bonorad names
enrolled on ii ecntebeon.
(Jk. M. CllHlKIt,
Wi, J. Dkiiok.
(J C Gil AY,
H A Haynks
It F. Haynf.s,
.1 1. Kino.
C. S. NtlNN.
F. W. Niikm,
J. ll. Ormc,
H. K. Woods,
Nki.i.k Walk ek,
and the following inomberH now in
Chaiii.kh KVANS. Ardmore, Ok.
.1. J. Ci.ahk, Milburn, Ok.,
Caimuk JIaswki.Ii, Ardmore, Ok.,
A. Dkwey Kutinwn. Ky.
J. T. FhaNks. Denver. Uolo.,
II. H. Sayuk, Now Orleans, La.,
It 1). Dkksciikii, St. Louis, Mo.
Since it orgmiiziiion the club has
lot tro members by death:
T. II . CocilliAN,
There wove nnly two of the resident
abent at Inst Friday '
ineeiini;. Mr-. II. A. Iluyucs who
wuh detaimd m liemo on account of
the deptiriore if r daughtoi, Mis.
Trier Dennett and husband for O"'
horns, and Mr. J. W. liino who ,R
viining in St. li"Ui.
The hoaae whieh is apaeiout and
8 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
Receipts and Disbursements From January 1st, 1908 to Jan- 0
uary 1st, 1909. 0
Balance in Treasury from 1907....$ 881.17
Fines Collected 142.75
Taxes " . $3852.61
License " .... 212,50
Miscellaneous Receipts . .$ 15.17
StreetRepair $ 682.21
Electric Lights ...$2175.00
Payment on Street Roller .........$ 100.00
Keeping Prisoners r $ 37.20
Salary of Mayor $ 75.00
Clock Winder $
" City Attorney.!',
Balance Cash on hand
Miscellaneous Expense . 50.20
All of which is respectively reported.
This January 1st, 1909.
Jas. L. Travis, City Clerk.
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DIED IN HIS CHAIR
W. T. lilenn, Hub ol Eddyvllle's
Lcadlnrj Men, Suddenly
Wm. T. Glenn, of Kddjville, ono
of the best known men in western
Kentucky, diod very suddenly Thursday
from heart failure. Tho sum
mons came while he was sitting iu
his chair. He is survived by his
wife and mi children. They aro: C.
?. rj'in'i, of Kddwille; Charles
(ilenii, of .laeVsno, Tenn ; Mrs. John
.lones, of Lyon county; Mrs. W. T.
McConncll, ol Marion, Ky. j S. It.
filenn. cihier of tho Citizens Hunk,
of Kuttawa; Miss Jessie Glenn, of
IMdyville. Tho Initial was hold at
the New Delhel Baptist church cemetery
near Fredoma Friday at ono
Mr Glenn visited his daughter,
Mr. Maude McConncll, here recently
and was well known to many of
our people Mr, and Mrs. MoCi n.
ii el! and children attended the funeral
clcuaut for such occasions was illuminated
nnd decorated with the Club
Colors, Light Dluc nnd Gold.
The reception committee was Mrs.
It. F. Ilayncb and Miss Nello Walker,
and.no one knows better how to
make folks welcome than either of
The register was kept as on former
occasions and this year 'twas in Mrs. Ann Stewart, ife of Gim
of Mrs. G. M. Crider, assist-1 nr, ; Mr8. Kliiaheth Woods, wife of
ed by Miss Lena Woods
The favors were carnations and
they were in profusion and were dispensed
with a lavish hospitality for
which Kentucky is famous tho world
over, by Mesdamcs W. J. Ditboc and
J. II. Ornio.
The punch bowl was full to overflowing
with nectar fit for tho Gods,
Mrs. W. H. Yandell and Miss lua
Woods, each with n large ladle was
ready to serve each guest.
In tho receiving line wore Mesdamcs
.1. I. (Moment, H. K. Woods, J. P.
Kinc, F. W. Nunn. M. K. Croft and
G. C. Grsv.
Bowling Green university.
S. M. Jenkins.
$ 520.00 0
$ 144.00 0
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Devotional Meeting to be Held at
The M. E. Churcti, Jan.
Loader W. L. Shell.
Subject "For us who are lost."
S'ripture Losson Matt. 1: 21,
Kph. 1: 7, Acts 4: 12.
Comments ou the Lesson.
A Ilitilc story by MNs Iva
Song 'girl chorus" by Missos
Mary Gilbert. Manna Havnes, Mad-
clino Jenkins, Nolle Olivo, Marian
Clement. Katio Yates, Alma Asher
and Klvnh I'ickons.
Mrs. P. A7TaTn"
Died at Charleston Missouri.
Mr. I'rioy A. Cain, relict of tli5
late J. N. Cain, who died about four
years aio, passed away at her homo
in Charleston, Mo:, December 17th,
1II0S and was buried near Charleston
Mrs. Csin was a devout member
of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church and died in that faith. She
left seven children, Mrs. A. II.
Travis, of this city, and tho follow
Ing nil of whom live in Missouri
1. M. Wood; Mr. Joe Cain, Mr.
Will Cain. Mrs. Cora Traylor, wife
of Froggo Tralor has been dead for
Mrs. Cain was born in this county
near Iron Hill, August lDth, 18-14,
and was a daughter of David Drcnnan
and was married in young womanhood
to J. N. Cain.
M. F. Drennan of this county is
her brother. She lived several years
in Union county before removing to
Mrs. Cain is well known to many
of our old citizens and was a much
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Our dynamo i loaded to its full
capacity. Wo will not do any more
wiring this season.
Mariom Klkotrio L. & 1. Co. Inc
HTM E1S BUSY
Many Young Couples United
In the Holy Bonds
Wednesday aftornooD, Deo. 23rd,
in the parlor of the residonco of Rev.
W. T. Oakley, he anitod in marriage
Miss Cora Martin and Mr. Alvin
Duffy in the presence of a few
friendi. Tho bride is a daughter of
John Martin, of the Sugar Qrovo
Tieinity. and is a most excellent
young woman The groom is a son
of John Duffy, of Orayne. and is a
farmer of sterling qualities.
Sunday morning at 9:30 Mr.
Vernon Hodges a son of Bart Hodges,
of Sugar Grove vicinity, and Miss
Luey WiggmtoD, daughter of James
Wigginton, of tho same neighborhood,
drove into the city and were
united in marriage by Rev. W. T.
Oakley in the parlor of tho minister's
residence on cast Bcllvillo street.
Thjs is a fine young couple and they
wrc attended. by povcral couples of
friends and received hearty congratulations.
Miss Ida Duvall. of the Rcpton
neighborhood, wa united in marriage
to Robt. F., Wilborn at
ter, Indian Territory., Inst Thursday.
The marriage i the culmination of
an old rnmauce which had its beginning
in Kentucky whero the bride
and croom were both reared. Mr.
Wilborn, who i a nn of Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. Wilborn, of this city, is
now Vrof. of the school at Oakman,
Okla Mrs Wilborn, who has an
enviable reputation n a teacher in
thi" county, where she has taught
several schools, will no v assist him.
The best wishes of :i host of friends
will co with them where ever they
On Sunday morning, Deo. 27th,
at 10:30 o'clock. Mr Charle Abncr,
of the Repton section, was united in
marriapo to M Pearl Morrill tho
attrndive daughter of Mrs. M. O.
K"kcw. by Rev. Martin K Miller at
the bride' homo in this city. The
happv couple left for a short bridal
trip in cntra! Kentucky and returned
Wednesday to thMr homo near
Oakland, where they began housekeeping
with the beft wishes of a
host of friend
Mr. Abner is a stepdaughter of
our esteemed tnwusmin, 0car
and is a urandd uinter of Wm.
H. Crowe, one of the entity's oldest
and wealih'et men.
The groom is a
and i well kuo'vn iu the eastern
section of tho enunu.
Married at the lu.mc of Hodge
McConncll, of Shady Grovo soetiou.
Wednesday, Dee. 23rd. Henry
and Miss Alpha MeCoonell, ll"
writer officiatinc. They were hi
tended by their newly married associates,
Luther McConncll and bride
ana Finny Hoyd ami bride. The
parties wero beautifully and tastefully
attired and presented a pleasing
appearance as they stood before their
hoU of Inonds, whogutherrd to witness
the happy event and bid them
God speed ou their vojng" ihr
fca of life.
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luillicuiaini f Ki-.-i i'-. -
tho company proeerd..' .. -U V . t.
of R. It Tndor, 1 1 r tu. m'. i.i
here a bountiful -it,
TURNS UP ALIVE
Makes Two Statement Concerning
Owenrboro, Ky. , Jab. 1. It is a
remarkable story told by Willis
S mith foimer student of tho University
of Kentucky, who disappeared
"from Lexington on Sept. 22 and arrived
in owcDsboro Monday ovoning,
Dec. 30. Ho declared he was kid
napped in the rear yard of a boarding
house in Lexington by four men and
placed in a box car after being dragged.
When he regained consciousness,
he was turned over to six other men,
he says, who took him to a cave in
the northwest part of Wisconsin
whero he was held captive until
Monday night of this week, when he
made his escape. He ran and walked
fifty miles to the railroad station,
caught a freight train and arrived in
Owcnsboro this evening.
He coys the men would not tell
him why he was being held.
He is the son of Rev Willis G.
Smith of Melrose, N. M.
Upon reaching Lcuisvilic, Smith
repudiated his first story.
He now fays he left Lexington on
account of the activities of hazers.
Ho said he had received threatoning
letters, evidently from students, and
feared he might kill somebedy if
they attacked him. For that reason,
he claims he ran away from school
and had been working in a Wisconsin
R. W. Wllscn, fiotfjfjrranlan. '
Mr. R. W. Wilson paftrd the 7!th
milestone lost Dec. 2flih,
and is now hale and hearty and in
his r'pli'i'I year Mr. Wilson
spends Ins time ijuictly in reading
and rest at the home of bis daughter
Mrs. Marshall Jenkins, in this city.
On tho date named above many
relatives, old friends and neighbors
called to felicitate him on the happy
occasion and to wish him many returns
of the day and to bring gifts.
most inviting prepared and tastefully
served by Mosdames. It R. Tudor,
Frank Itoyd and Fanny McConncll.
Friends, neighbors and sweethearts
pent the evoning delightfully together
and all went merry as a mar-
riHge bell. It. A. L.
On Dec. 23rd. Miss Georgia Butler,
daughter of Mr aud Mis Tlios,
M, Butler formerly of Frcdonin, but
now of liopLiuxvillc, was united iu
the holy bonds of wod'ook to Mr
H, S. Gaiy Tho marriage look
riiHCu at Maple Terrace, the beautiful
imine of Mis. J. P. Myers, the
The bridal rwirty marched into the
par'or wiiii'h was beautifully
with palms, evergreens aud
sinili x "o the strums- of
vi'in'Mig iiiiirch played by Miss
The only altoi dants being Mies
Viriiiuia Mullet, tho bride's sister,
ii- mail' of honor and Mr, Eugene
iiifti r as l.ifi n.un. The bride
rein ilns o bandfoiiie gray
lni.iiii c!oih with liijii't ol inido's
rocec. The ceren in ,u pel fui iced
by ltev. W. T. Ml!cr. if
Alter g loi'trraiulr.lieus
weiu urshuirYi ibto the diri.mg loom
whore n elegant dii r er awaited
i )t in. They rccieved muny valuable
hm! elegant preseuis, rod returned
i In- following day to the groom's
' ii south Christian
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