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OUR STORE IS NOT A CIRCUS :fi
But we are showing more genuine values than you will find anywhere else in the county. We are closing out K
all Summer Goods at Prices that will save you money. These prices will not continue much longer, as
the time for Fall Goods to come in, is almost here.
If you want a good Suit of Clothes for less money than you could buy them Wholesale w
eomeseewhat you can get from us. We have some brokon lots, that you can get for
almost your own price. v
Extra Bargains in Laces and Embroideries
If you want to sec the best value
in Extra Pants you ever looked at
Ask To See Ours. Close-out Lots
We arc agents for
the Standard Patterns
MANUFACTURERS' RECORD
ilkol Kentucky And Her Progress'
From tlio Aujr, 12)1,, number of
!nufcturers' Hccord wo clip the
kllourinc notes
II. K Warrington, chief engineer
the Now Orleans V Texas Pacific
nlway, has awarded tho contract
ir the removal of UOO.OOU yards of
rt, preparatory to construction of a
ncrcte bridge at Cincinnati, to
vo Hros,, A:. Hunnicutt of Knox-
1'c. Tcnn., for t!2.1,000. The
w railroad structure will cost ovor
ITi.illtoti dollars.
L K Vinson ii developing coal
id" at Louisa, on the llig Sandy.
Kastirn capitalists liac purchased
iu are devolopmg the I. Hailcy
jxrty of -1,001) acres at
lie with I. Kailcy, manager, and
putting in olectrio machinery.
KILhorn Coal vt Coke Co., of Pike-
ll'o, arc building additional coke
Irons.
'has. K. l'oier and S. A. Moore,
rhllip, W. Va. ; Jos. Showaltcr,
Fairmont, W, Va. ; and .Jo.
irncs, of Pittsburg, I'a. , have
tght 11,000 acres of land near
lintvillc for 3S0,000aud will de.
pc.
Cap' J no. II. Wholly, is
nl for the construction of a
pay Mr. farmer when in town
ii r ar mnd ill mi mui.
Our store is known as the place where you get better Shoes, than you find
elsewhere in the county. REST ASSURED THAT WE WILL KEEP UP THE
QUALITY. Now with this High Standard of Quality you can buy Ladeis, Gents
Misses and Childrtins Low-cuts at Reduced Prices. WE MUST MAKE ROOM
FOR HALL GOODS.
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garbago crematory at Louisville.
A new construction company In.
corporatcd at Louisville with a capital
of IS, 000, by W. I). Gray, of
Louisville. W. 1. Kubank, of Glasgow,
and A. L. Newman, of Bards-town.
Ilajncs it Taylor have full lino of
school supplies.
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Joined 0. S. Army.
Charley Murphy, of Sheridan,
Ky., joined thn U. S. Army, at the
Army Kccruting Station, l'aducah,
Ky., Aug. 24th, 1H00. Ho enlisted
for the Coast Artillery Branch of the
service and pissed an excellent physical
examination. Ho was sent
immediately to Joflcrson Barracks,
at St. Louis, Mo., for his
training iu his duties as a soldier,
prior to joining the organization for
which he enlisted.
l'OIl HKNT Desirable place of
1 rooms in East Marion. Hcv. W.
T. Oakley. tf
SUNDAY SCHOOL PIC-NIC
The Cumbirlaud Presbyterian
Church of Ma;iou. will give a picnic
at tho Jamos Pickens Spring,
t car Tribune, on Friday, Sept. II.
Wo extend a hearty invitation to
neighboring churches to join us.
All arc expected to briug well-filled
basUti. Itcv. A. C. Biddlc wii bt
NOW LISTEN!
Come to the
AIRDOHE
The Popular Home of
HIGH CLASS MOTION
PICTURES And ILLUSTRATED
SONGS.
: Program Changed Daily :
You will always rind something new and the price
within reach of all.
KEEP THE HABIT
AIRDOME
5c ADMISSION 10c
TAYLOR & CANNAIM
prosont and will make an appropriate
talk. A good time is orpected.
A. II. Thavis Mcsdamcs Wm.
Cannan, Sahah Travis, and Mat-TIK
Wiiiki.kh, Comuittio.
Citizens Life Insurance Co.
Louisville, Ky., Aug. 20th, '0!l
Editor,
I am ploascd to adviso you that tho
total amount of stock subscriptions
received at tho closo of this Bulletin
is f.180,2i;0.
There aro fifteen lifo insurance
companies organized with homo oflicru
in the state of New York. There arc
life insurnce companies
organized and with homo offices in
the twenty states South of the Ohio
and Potomac rivers and between the
Mississippi river and tho Hocky
Mountains. During the year ending
Dccmhcr 31st, 1008, those fifteen
Now York life insurance companies
pumped into New York as premiums
paid as policyholders in those twenty
Southern and Western states, the
onormous amount of $42,1 17,031.
In the same year tho
companies of the South and West
received from the policyholders in
New York state the sum of $f,r70,
but the chances arc that even this
amount did not come from native
New Yorkers.
Is that a reciprocal condition the
South and West will much longer
I permit? Is the time not ripe lor a
great company within this territoiy
capable of handling such an enormous
volutin) of business? Why
should not Kentucky have a com-pan
to control the life insurance
buint' in the states rofcrrcd to,
when the territory covorud by the
figures iiiotoo is only that logically
within tho tcope of oppcration of a
'big Kentucky Company?
Food for thought: For the Five
torix Thousand Dollars that the
jompanics noted in tho South and
I West ti ok out of Now York state last
year in the way of premiums, New
ork State took from thoe sections
ovor Forty-two Million Dollar?.
W. II. rillKOOUV.
There are many imitation of Do
Witt's Carboliccd With Hazel Salve
DoUitt's is the original. Be sure
'you get I)c Witt's Carbolizcd Witch
Hazel Salvo when you ask for it. It
is good for cut, burns and bruises,
and is especially good for piles.
'Sold by all dnmgistc. Sept 1
(JKADEO SCHOOL NOTICE
Marion Graded School begin
work Manday, Sopt. (5th. Pupils
from outsido districts accepted in all
grades. Tuition oharges snmu as
last year. All Crittenden County
common school graduates of school
ago will be admitted to the High
School Department without charge
for tuition.
Mr. R. W. WILSON
Tho condition of Mr. U. W Wilson
who has bcon critically ill for
so long, is yet unchanged. While
ho is very old, having reached the
four-score mile-Mono, tho high esteem
in whioh ho is hold by tho peo
ple of Marion and Crittenden coun.
ty is such that were it in their gift,
lifo and good health would bo his so
long as thoirs to give This good
man has beon ono of Marion's best
and most enterprising citizens, a
trtio Kentucky gentleman of the old
school and a benefactor to Mariqn in
many ways. For sure the people
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Extra cut in the Price ot Lawns
Only a few patterns left and
scarcely any price left on that
Come quick if you expect to get
any of them as they will soon be
gone.
We carry Warner's Rust Proof
Corsets in stock at 1.00 and order
special anything you want up to $10
will mils him when God shall call
him to share tho home prepared for
tho just. Some days he surprises
his friends by getting up and looking
chocrul, giving them hopes of his
ultimate recovery and then the next
news comes that he is worse. May
God bless him by restoring him to
health if but a few short years.
Believing that the people of Kentucky,
will be interested in the organization
Citizens
National
life
Insurance
Company
Notice.
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Meeting Democratic County
Committee Saturday, Sept
4th. Important business to
be transacted. Full attendance
desired.
T. H. Cochran, Sec'y.
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Believing that they WANT such a company; believing
that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for
its stock we will publish in this paper every week the
amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting
subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26 ; an,d below are
the amounts of subscriptions for each week;
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-. First week, August 2
$106,980.00
'- Total Second week, August 9
$200,240.00
Total Third week, August 9 "
$345,000.00
Total Fourth week, August 23
$469,460.00
Total fifth week, August 30
601 ,700.00
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON
W. H. GREGORY, RECORD-PRESS, Marion, Kentucky.
LOISV'LLE, KY.:
Pleascsend me full information as to the CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANPY.
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