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PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, JULY 8T1I 1009
TO GO AT 8
AND BELOW COST I
Having decided to close out my stock and" quit business, I will
for the next THIRTY DAYS, or until all are sold, offer, at the Store
Room of H. Koltinsky, North Side of Square (Opera House Block)
my entire stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Ladies and
Gents Furnishing Goods, Shoes, and Hats Regardless of cost.
Come early and get pick of my stock at prices never
before heard of in Marion. I mean what I say.
S . J. S. McMURRAY,
I Marion, Kentucky, g
Second Annual Womans Missionary
West Kentucky Conference
C. M. E. Church in America
to be held at
Marion, Ky., August 12-13
Mns. L B.George, President.
Mrs. P. L. Connell, Vice-Pres.
Miss E. B. Murray, Sec't,y.
Miss Pearl Bell, Ass't Sec.
Mrs. E. T. Lewis, Treasurer.
MISSIONARY BANQUET, AUG., 12.
FIRST DAY, AUGUST 13.
Meeting called to order by president.
Devotional Exercises Rev. B. Herron.
Song Marion Choir.
Enrollment of Delegates.
Appointment of Committees.
Report of Local Board.
Assignment of Home?.
Tho ' Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
(1 l Mi
jry'yPls sonal supervision since its infancy.
'CCCCiZbl Allmv li A nun tn ilonnlfA rnn In l.lu
All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-good" are but
Experiments tlint trilio with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho F6od, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Prayer Elder T. J. Moppins.
Testimonial Meeting, Thirty MinuteB
Led by Mrs. Francis Boyd, of
Ky., and Mrs. Susie Jacobs, of
Report of District Presidents.
Report of Committees.
What is Your Aim? Hopkinsville, Cadiz
and Fredonia Delegates.
How Can the Sunday School Help the
Missionary Cause? Trenton and
Home Life Lane Tabernacle and La-Fayette
Duet Hopkinsville Delegates.
The Missionary Society Elk ton and
The True Woman Pembroke, Paducah
and Uniontown Delegates.
Papers Revs. R. L. McCulley, P. W.
Garrett, J. W. Bell and J. M. Hill.
EVENING SESSION, 7:30.
Song Marion Choir.
Invocation Rev. J. W. McClure.
Quartette Paducah Delegates.
Welcome Address Marion Delegate.
Response Hickman Delegate.
Lecture Rev. W. B. West, Dallas,
Papers Revs. I. Jones, G. W. Land-
ero, W. P. Pipkins, L. F. Howard,
J. W. McClure and P. A. Samples.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14.
Invocation Elder J. H. Britt, Madison-
Bought, and which has been
has borno tho signature- of
has been made under his per-
The Kind You Me Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
tnc ctTua com Mr, rj taumuy rriurr, cw
Completion of Business.
a n d
Pleasant Green Delegates.
Christian Union-Massie Chapel. Mob-cow
and Slaughtersville Delegates.
Missionary Progress Allcnaville, and
Labor for the Right- Marion and Daw -
Rare Pride and Bards
Papers-Revs. C. L. Howard, P. S.
Smith, L. R. Bayliss andJkVV. M. Sanders.
Invocation Rev. C. L. Howard.
How Must we Secure Religious training
The Missionary Box Powderly and
The Urgent need of Systematic Giving
Little Mills and Water Valley Dele
Unity and Its BenefitsFulton and
Sermon each Day at 11:00 a. m.
Song Marion Choir.
Papers Revs. R. D. Stoner, F. D.
Taylor. Elds. Mopp'ins, Lowery and
SATURDAY EVENING 7:30
Devotional Exercises Rev. G. A.
Address by President.
Admission Ten Cents.
11:00 a.m. Preaching-Dr. W. B. West
2:00 p. m., Sermon -Eld. J. M. Lowery
7:30 p. m. Sermon-Eld. T. J. Moppins
Special Music -Marion Choir.
All State Officers and Presiding Elders
are taxed fifty cents. Each Pastor,
Society and Local President is taxed
Please pay thistax at your District
Conference to your President,
or send by delegate or mnil to the Conference
President. It is to help to defray
expenses of the meeting.
The General Secretary of Missions,
Dr. W. B. West will be present and
will conduct a Missionary Institute and
Young People's Missionary Movement
at some hour. The Laymen's Missionary
Movemerft will also bo discussed.
Each Church, S. S. Leogueand Wom
an's Missionary Society will be asked
to bring one oi more delegates to tho
Institute and also a small fee of fifty
cents for tho work. Bring bible, tablet
On Thursday August 12th, there wil
be a banquet given in honor of the
Missionary delegates. All delegate"
will please try to be present on that
The Ladies of Marion will spare no
pains in trying to make the banquet a
Cures Chicken Pox..
Mrs. J. T. English, Harrods Creelc,
Ky.. ears: "Your Bourbon Poultry
Cure is fiue. You can, add Chicken Pox
to the list of diseases that it will cure
as my fowls show a decided improvement
I had used other remedies without
success." Sold by Haynes & Taylor,
Marion, Ky. ' 62 2t
DO YOU OWN A
If you n little Hyomei inhaler
(pronounced High-o-mo) in your home
you have a treasure.
Into this hard rubber inhaler you can
pour n few drops of Hyomei and, presto
you havo the best littlo physician for
catarrh, coughs, colds, bronchitis, croup
and asthma, tho world has ever known.
When you breathe Hyomei you bring
the healing virtues of the mountainous
forests to your home. You get the
very same healing, antiseptic air that
you would breathe If ynu resided in I ho'
forests of pine and vucalyptus cf inland I
Australia, where catarrh or con
sumption va3 never known to exist.
If you have a Hynmei inhaler in your
home, get a bottle oi Hyomei for 50c.
If you have not an inhaler, ask for a
complete outfit, which costs but $1.00
and mclddes an inhaler, a bottle of
Hyomei, and simple instructions for
Hyomei is sold nnd guaranteed by I
Haynks & Taylor to euro catarrh,
asthma or bronchitis, or money back.
It will relieve a cold in five minutes,
and will break it up in five hours. It
gives most gratifying relief to consumption
sulTcrers, and is sold by lead
ing druggists everywhere. ( -7.
It reliovcs stomach misery, sour stomach,
belching, mid cores all stomach disease !
or money back. Largo box of
60 cents. Druggista lu all towns.
Misses Gwendoline Haynes and Mabel
Vandell assisted by Miss Lena
Hnltschiw anl M. H. S. Chorus, at
School Auditorum. July 13th, 1900.
Waltz, "a'la bicn aimie" Schutt.
"Barcarolle in minor" Rubinstein.
Song 1, "In tho dark, in the dew."
2, "The violet." Mildcnberir
MU Mabol Yandcll.
Chorus "A bird in the hand" Roeckcl
Misses Yandell, Doi, Haynos, Cofllcld,
Sutherland, Pickens and Conyer.
Miss Holtsclaw. ,
Song l. Absent. . Metcalfe
2, Four Leaf Clover. Coomb
3, Night time Van de Water
Chorus "Springtime. " Mildenborg
Misses Yandell, Doss. Haynes, Coflicld,
Sutherland, PicKens nnd Conycr.
Polinaise in a major. Chopin
This recital is to be given for the
benefit of the Y. M. C. A., an organization
which is worthy of the support
of all Marion, and we trust they will
have a good attendance. The .charges
will be reasonable, and a large attendance
will bespeak appreciation, of
the talent of our home girls.
FISH BITE HUNGRILY
Magnetic Fish Bait
T'icru'd no such thing as a dull da)
when j on go fishing if you aro
plied with this trulty wonderful da.
covery If the fish are thcio )ou'll
get them, for they simply cui'i re
sist tr. It beuti anything you hare
I'V'fr ini'ii'lnnil It id ninilnmtn in
nrm 2f eenih jier boxand a box
nil lust a long tin:c. HcM.cs thin
bait, of which we arc the sole
facturcrs, we handle
Fishermen's Complete Outfit
so.-, ?i.(mi. u.oo :.oo 4. mi 5 on i
oud today for a box and for mir free I
iio.iUct, "Faei about Finning," nnd
nliiMratcd catalog of tming tueUu
Magnetic Fish BaitiCo.
Depr. K, Republic, Mimiui'I.
Life 100,000 Years Ago,
Scientists have f und in a enve in
Switzerland bones of men,. who lived
100,000 years ago, when life was in
constant danger from wild boasts.
To-day the danger, as shown by A. W.
Brownf of Alexander, Me., is largely
from deadly disease. "If It had not
been for Dr. King's New Discovery,
which cured me, I could not havo
lived," he writes.: "suffering as I did
from a severo 'Jung trpuble and stubborn
cough ,To cure Sorp Lungs,
Colds, obstinate Coughs, and' preverit
Pneumonia, its the best medicine on
earth. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed bv
Haynes1 & Taylor and Jas. H. Orme.'
Trial bottle free.
iP R E M I 0 M
a Ut aiiiiiiiiiH B1 LI
IH T - cirrran IV" I l n ll N
A Night Rlcer's Raid.
The worst night riders are calomel,
croton oil or nloos j ill. They raid
vour bwl to rnb yuu of rest. Not so
with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
never distress or inconvenience, but
always cleanse tho system, curing
Cclds, Headache. Constipation, Malaria,
25c. at J. II. Orme's and Havnes
& Taylor's. 5-5 t
OF INTEREST TO
Mnron, Ky., June 27th, 1909.
IU'coi ''-Press. Citv.
Dear Sir: - ill you kindly
make note !n your paper, which
no doubt will bo an item of news
to very many, that tho Third
regiment Kentucky state Militia
will hold its annual encampment
at En l.ngton, Ky., on the L. &
N. railroaJ, August Pth to lGth,
and tho following companies will
use the I. C. enroute:
Company H. Hartford, Ky.
Company I. Leitchfield, Ky,
Company M. Calhoun, Ky.
Company K. Marion, Ky.
Special coaches will )e furnished
for each company. Special
coach will be on train 321 leaving
Marion, Ky., at 11 a, in.,
August 9th .and will run through
to Hopkinsv'Ue and be handled
from there on arrival by the
L. & N. railroad to Earlington,
Ky., Special coaches will be furnished
for each company returning.
L. & N will give us this
special coach at Hopkinsville,
Aug. 16th to be run through to
Marion on train 302 arriving at
Marion, Kv., at 3:31 p, m., Aug,
lfith, 1909. Yours Truly.
W. L. Vknnkr, Agent.
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Whin Ii iwjl
be sure that the rood are
weather-proof the life of building
like the life of poultry depends on it.
is weather-proof and It it being
used by the most successful poultry,
men. REX is also used for sidings.
Being a non-conductor, it keeps
buildings warm In Winter and cool
in Summer. It i acid-proof and
On trery genuine roll of REX
Flintkote Roofing is the boy trademark.
Look out for imitations.
All necessary article for laying
it comet with the roll a man wltk
a hammer can put ft oa.
J N BOSTON
! The Markets '
Loutsvile, Kyi, July mar
ket steady and fairly nctivu.
Good to choice export . . $ fi.M a 5.75
Fair to good shipping . . . COO 6. 2f
Good to choice butchers... $1.7 n O.OO
Medium to good butchers.. 4.715 n fi.00
Good to choice stockers. . .'l.Cr n tt.85
Medium to good stockers i.W a 3.2f
Common to mediun stockers
4.00 n 4.60
Good to choice butchers . ..4.7fa fi.CO
Medium to gcxxlbutchera . .4.00 a 4.M
Common to medium ' a.fiOal.OO
Gool to choice stockers $.00 a MM
Common to medium
Good to choice butchers . . 4.00 a 4.W
Medium to gohl butchers J1.R0 a 375
Fair to good Iwlogna. . . . 3.W) a 3.75
Common 2.2 a 3.2.1
Good to choico butchers . I 3f a 4. '5
Medium to good butcher 3.7f a 4 25
Common to medium butchers
Canncrs and cutrcrs.. . . l.KU a :.)0
Cool to choice tnitchcni . 10.00 a W.W
Medium to good mllchcrs 30.00 a 36 0
Common to plain rnllchors. 16.00 a2f.0'
Good to choice vwilr. 1.80a C.V
Meilium to gwnl B.(3 a f.5)
Common S.W n 4.
Good to choice fat sheep.. 4.0" a i.M
Fair to good mixed sheep.. 8.86 a 3 75
Rough and scalawags . . S.AO a i 00
Good to extra bucks 2.25 a X 60
Fair to good bucks. ... 2. Ji a 3.2f
Choice yearlings. I tS a I.5T
Fair to good yearlings 4.00 a 4.25
Spring lambs ft 00 a 6 25
Hogs steady to a shade stronger.
lighL lUtivlw, $7.3 to $7.K),
Lights. $6,95 to$7.lf: ilgs, Jfi.76, to
ffi.50. A few choico heavies, $7.60.
Thefc are many imitation of De-Witt's
Carholiced With Haxol Salve
DcWtt's is the original. He uro
you pet De Witt's Carbolixed Witch
llaznl Salve when ynu ak for it. It
is uood for cutf, bums and bruisos,
and U specially good frtr pllen.
Sold by all druggistc. Sept 1
Kevil & Co.
tlAVl ISTABLIHIKK a
Fire Insurance Agency in
If you havo prrpcrtym ihoinwcof
Marion, let them insure it. Von
shall havo no reasons to regret it.
Offico in Press Uulding, Hoom 6
There is no action of your daily
life of greater importance than to sec
that your bowels move. They should
move at least once a day naturally,
and by that is meant without any help.
If they do not move at least once a
cay you can consider yourself
and it is tunc you did something
You will bo plud to know thoro
la a way out of tho difficulty Ltm?
uel Landcrdale. an ola o"l.r it QulScV
111.. Elmer McMillan, of Speed Mo M
Monalmn, of Btonew'all. Kr and 'many
consypatlon la no worio ih.n .S i y your
of whom had It iliiee -si V t n on
for you to reallxo thi .,,,l.on,y rema,n
temporary Bood and V..l;lU" aro ot but
Permanent we; tha" JaVivWft.ntK.ta
cathartic pills ind iJh l ve. tahlets.
mako a ;reat ,",ow of li'01"1' lh'nT
sr swrws? . asia
to worn without iiKtn a i ... """
be bought of any drumli f T11'8 caa
price of SO centi anif tSior, the mH
tze for fiiiii1."i.ia'"J.'hero ! a dollar
to? ,'.".. th. doo.
0 mat can tU T 'VIVS "niyon
your Iftherolaanythlnrfflt aliment that you ton't
understand, or If you wait
I to the doctor, and 1m will
antwer you fully. Taara u
ThSf9 t0r. tbU erv
tbb address la Dr. w
CaldweU. soo Caldwell Wd
?ORSALE BY ALL DRTJGUI8T
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