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The Season of
Is here. We oresent a few Sorinp'time sttcrorestinns fnr Ut farm
and gardener. These offer but a faint idea of the many lines
we carry, but the few items will cause you to think of us when
in need of any hardware.
We wish to call your especial attention to the fact that we
are city agents lor nail s celebrated
Also sell the OLIVER CHILLED
PLOW and Points.
Buy American Field Fence.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 8.
Frank Owens Hardware Co.
ARE YOU SORE? USE
Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded.
Sore Muscles, Sore Joints and Neuralgia.
Tnc only External Remedy which will Sweat Out the
rever ana inflammation.
Bold only In 25c., 50c. A $1.00 Bottles. a it a V,..m..
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A FATAL DUEL.
For Sale 1y Thomas J. Chcnowctli, Druggist.
COTTON BELT RAILWAY.
It Withdraws Its Service From Mem
Memphis, Tenn., April 7. It is an
nounced by local offlcials of the St.
Louis & Southwestern railway (Cot
ton Bolt) that the regular passenger
train which left Memphis Wednesday
night nt 8:20 p. m. for the southwest
is the last train of this system that
-will bo operated to and from Memphis.
In other words, the departure of this
train marked the- withdrawal of tho
Cotton Belt from this city.
The Highest Score Was Made By An
Bristol, Tenn., April 7. Tho annual
Tournament of tho interstate assocla
tlon of trapshooters opened in Bristol
with expert shots from various states
in attendance. The high score was
made- by W. It. Crosby, of Ofallon, III.,
who shattered 195 out of a possible 200
pigeons. Next to him was A. M.
Hatcher, of Bristol, with a score of
Root For Temporary Chairman.
Washington, April 7. The republic
an leaders have decided that ex-Secretary
Root will bo temnorarv chairman
.of tho republican national convention !
at Chicago, In Juno, and either Sena
tor Beveridgo, of Indiana, or Repre
sentative Cousins, of Iowa, will bo per
Congressman Dwlght Renominated.
BInghamton, N. Y., April 7. The re
publican convention for tho 30th con
gressional district renominated Rep
resentative J. w. Dwlght, of Tompkins
county. George W. Dunn and J. W.
Dwlght were elected delegates to tho
Committed Suicide on a Steamer.
San Francisco, April 7. It was
learned from tho officers of tho steam
er City of Para that Eduardo M. Har
rera, Chilean offlclal, who was extra
dited from hero to bo tried for for-
gery, naa committed suicide on tho
To Arrange For the Dutch Exhibit
St. Louis, April 7. Holland's actlns
commissioner for tho -art display of
that country, Willy Maartens, is in St.
Louis to arrange for tho installation
of the Dutch exhibit in the fine arts
department. He is accompanied by
Offers a Scholarship Annually.
St. Louis, April 7. A communica
tion was received by tho SL Loula
board of education from tho Washing
ton and Leo university offering a
scholarship annually to a boy graduat
ing irom tne nign ecnools of tills city.
Two Politicians KIM Each Other With
Huntington, W. Va., April 7. John
McFarland, chief of police of North
Fork, and J. B. Ballard, wealthiest
merchant In McDowell county, were
killed in tho convention hall at North
Fork, the result of tho fight between
vm. ai. u. Dawson, sjecretary of stato,
and Col. Charles F. Teter, for tho re
publican nomination for governor.
Body Carried Under the Ice.
Grand Rapids, Mich., April 7. A. W.
Ramsey, superintendent of tno Pio
neer Wood Pulp Co., was drowned in
the presenco of his workmen at tho
dam Wednesday night, and his body
was carried under tho Ice.
Two Iowa Banks Fall.
MarshalltownIa., April 7. The Ex
change bank of Dow City and the bank
of Buck Grove, Crawford county, have
failed with total liabilities of $500,000
and assets of only $150,000. Both
banks are -owned by H. S. Greene, of
. In the Hands of a Receiver.
Chicago, April 7. All the business
and assets of tho S. D. Kimbark Co.,
one of tho largest wholesale hardware
firms in Chicago, were placed In tho
hands of a receiver by Judge Kohl-
saat, of tho United States district
Juvenile Courts in Iowa.
Des Moines, la., April 7. Juvenile
courts will bo established in Iowa by
virtue of a bill which passed the house
by a unanimous vote. Tho measure
had previously passed the senate, and
was recommended by tho governor.
Henry Olsen Found Guilty.
Savannah. Ga.. ADrll 7. Henrv Ol
sen was found guilty in the United
States court Wednesday moraine: of
shanghaiing sailors out of this port.
There are other cases of a similar
character against Olsen.
Professor of Experimental Psychology,
Baltimore, April 7. Georgo M. Strata
ton. Ph. p., associate professor of psy
chology In tho University of Califor
nia, has been elected professor of ex
perimental psychology In tho Johns
Yale Swimming Team Defeated.
Chicago, April 7. Tho swimming
team of Yalo university, tho intercol
legiate champions of tho United States,
was defeated by tho Chicago Athletio
association. The victory of the local
men was complete
Will Make a Test Case.
Washington, April 7. Tho move
ment against betting in tho District of
Columbia has resulted In a decision
to make an arrest of a bookmaker at
the Bennlngs race track next Satur
day as a test case.
Nineteenth semi-annual tour. Often Imitated
but never equaled.
LYMAN H. HOWE
Wilt present America's greatest
Our progrnm will lucludo scenes in natural
colors. Special reproduction, a magnificent his
torical scries in colors,
"Tht nist and Fall of Nspolion the Great."
This character of history will be reproduced as
in llfo. in the notable scenes and battles that
made him famous.
PRICES Lower floor 60, balcony 35, gallery 25c
We are headquarters for good
Coal. Just received a barge,
good and clean.
JCST PRICE 11 CEftTS!a
Also handle BRICK, Cement,
Lime and Sand. Agents for
Alabaster Plaster. Give us a
Maysville Coal Co.
Flour and Grain.
Cincinnati. April 6. Flour Winter
patent, ?5.105.30; fancy, $4.754.90;
family, $4.10 4.35; extra, $3.453.75;
low grade, $333.30; spring patent,
$5.305.65; fancy, ?4.604.90; family,
?4.204.60; Northwestern rye, $3.80
34. WheatNo. 2 red quotable at
$1.07(2)1.08 on track. Corn Sales:
No. 2 mixed, track, 54c; yellow ear,
track, 55c Oats No. 2 mixed quot
able at 4242c on track. Sales: No.
3 white (last evenlne). track. 43p.
Chicago, April C Wheat May, 93
930; July, new, 858568c; old,
86S7c. Corn May, Sttc;
July, G2S52yac Oats May, 3932c;
Cincinnati, April 6. Cattle Heavy
steers, choice to extra, $4.C05; fair
to good, ?44.50; butcher steers, ex
tra, $4.554.C5; good to choice, $4
4.50; heifers, extra. S4.25(f24.35: irnn.i
to choice, $3.854.15; cows, extra.
$3.753.85; good to choice. S3r3)3.fiS
Calves Fair to good light, $5Q5.75;
extra, ?o. Hogs Good to choice pack
ers and butchers, $5.455.50; mixed
I will continue the cut price through
March.( If you intend to paper this
Spring it will pay you to buy now.
3 Sutton St.
Headquarters for pure Paint.
.. tt v ',""" "ju kuuu. very lime
Dftlll. Hfivn ntlrnri ra. .. a- m""
5 mint., j, j". , .v" V . 'r times m mason.
," "ty during tho last ten years. We send a
mnSok.uPon.reuest whlcl tells all about
oV treatment. Will refer you to Mr.
Wed.ni5rSr thTIs PaJ?erT.Eeldon W.Bramel,
WVeeoTantConUc " U Wl8h the-"
DRS. GRATIGNY ft BUSH, -
Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O.
Thursday, April 7th, 1904.
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Business is Lively at Dan Cohen's
Closing-Out Shoe Sale!
mr , a"y miHeS. ar,buyine sh by the dozen. The early buyers get the best selection. Big cut in price.
fe baram tfbcs cver secn in this dty. They contain hundreds of pairs of Patent Leather, Enamel and
Via Kid Shoes, many of them new, marked $3 and $3.50. This entire lot will go at $1.48.
HERE AND TEERE.
Stems of Interest From Nearby Towns and
",,ufi vuuuiuuieu dv uio linl
letin's Corps of Correspondents.
Another lot, all leathers, worth $2 and $2.50, close
out price $J.23.
The $1.50 and $1.75 values, go in this sale at 98c.
One assorted lot of Ladies' Shoes worth $1.00 to
$1.50 go at 49c. No one but Dan Cohen ever gave the
people such bargains.
In men's we will sell you a Patent Colt, Bal or
Blucher, sold by other dealers for $5 and $6, close out
Men's Patent Leather Vici and Box Calf Bals and
Bluchers, WOrth $3 to $3.50. clnse-n.if nrtro UQR
Same style goods worth $2.50, close-out price $1.48.
The greatest variety of shoes ever shown at $1.23.
many of them worth $2.50.
Choice of hundreds of pairs men's fine lot of Vici Kid
and heavy Work Shoes, worth $1.50 to $2, close-out price
Boys' Patent Colt Bals, close-out price $1.48.
Youths' Pat. Colt Bals, $1.24.
Little Gents' Pat Cot Bals 98c.
Baby Moccasins, fancy colors, close-out sale 3 cents
a pair, same you pay elsewhere 25c.
Come to the close-out sale at Dan Cohen's.
HAN f ft UFMCGreatWeste Shoe Store
WMIl UUtlkll O W. H. MEANS, Manager.
j.u.MiK, WCn. otn.-airs. Rosa nelm and
little sonrsiaster Lawrence of Logan's Gap after
a two weeks visit with her sisters, Mrs. Wilson
and Mrs. Redman, returned to her home Mon
day. ThomaslWelsh ni ninr.tr,n,i .
. " wuuwi ja U(SUUBOl U1S
parents Mr. and Mrs. James Welsh.
G. D. Jpnklnn nt ltr'm..n, -
i i 7 'uiu mwi) uown last
week for a few days visit with relatives near
Mrs. Lntfln nnrvill nr n..
.JV , viuuKt:uurKJvi8iiea rela
tives hero Saturday.
The public school will close about tho 15th of
Amos Wilson nf Pino. on. nu .
'n .muge was a Pleasant
fiuest of relatives hero Sunday. "e"m
- . imci woDstcr and Mrs. J. L. Oruey aro
on tho sink list mr...- tv ,.,.,.-. .
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wedster, is ill with fever.
Mrs. Annio Yancey Sellers, wife of Anderson
Sailers, aced nhnnt o-i r.n.. -ii... -a. .
r, . " - -! :u i aer nomo on
Forest avenue, Maysville, last Thursday night
after an illness of only a few days. Deceased
... , ow " " uu -Mrs. a. j. yancoy of
.fiSPia,an(1 haS rcsllod hM0 nearly all her
oi tho MWT and co"tent member
of tho M. E. Church, South. Her husband
parents and flvo sisters and two brothers sul'
lav iUtDo rn ! PittC at lU' 01,vct Church Fri
day at 2 o'clock Rev.Orear offlciatlng. Inter
ment at tho Mt.01ivetCemetery.
Lyman II. nnwn'o ..,..
one of thehr;n,:w..""!J,.,c . cxtxm was
AmPH,er0, f,SldCS manjr P'turesn.uo vlZ Z
America and foreign scenery, many pictures o
notable evenu were shown, the program be ng
of Tho Wso and Fall of Napoleon tho Great"
wasasentertalnlngasltwasinstructivo Tak g
o-77.i ... iDHjon was elaborato and
At tbo opora houeo Friday, Apr. 8th.
beata now on ealo at Eay'a.
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