Marion County

News Articles

Adair County News, 1901

There is no excuse for the Marion county man who took the carbolic acid route last week. He resided near Lebanon, a town that twelve or fifteen saloons and distilleries are dotted all over the county, hence liquor is bound to be a familiar commodity... (Adair County News, January 16, 1901)

Wm. Brown, of Marion county, was crushed to death by a falling tree. (Adair County News, April 3, 1901)

Wm. Emerson Yowell, a Marion county farmer, took an overdose of morphine with suicidal intent, and died from the effects of the drug. (Adair County News, October 30, 1901)


Has. M. Cissell, Jr., a well-known citizen of Marion county, while showing a younger brother how to feed a sorghum mill, got caught in the machine, and before it could be stopped was so badly crushed that he died shortly afterward. (Adair County News, November 13, 1901)


Thursday of this week Mr. John A. Burton, the efficient sheriff of Marion county, will be married to Miss Irene Johnston, a popular young lady of Lawrenceburg. (Adair County News, December 18, 1901)




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