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Tknliio is tlinroiiRlily viiiipic'l and in condition, unTl excellent nrrntiBi'inrnt in tltuoiuid cxrs A FKATUr.tr Is tlm time and coiicnienoe eutirril b.v thu I, united Kxpross Trsias, Only a moiit's hihk between ItotiUvlllu mi Jleinphis, m.d tlm nnd qtiieke.'t service betwern thu tws cities ovaroirered. nnd all 1clrrri information ncurcil Sy iipi)ln tu W. f. I.UU Agent ut neuter lum,or W.H.FroutT.GiD'l Pis3. Azt.,LoQi.Tille, St. l.4IllNVIM.i:, ST. I.Ol'IM A- Ti:X. II. II. Louisiille, St, Louis & Texas Railway, in i:rn:cr .nov.i, i)i. .No. 81, Xo.SJ, WKSTII0lt.Nl. Dully. Hilly. I.t. Mtn, in. p. in. Went I'oint s.llii. in. 7:.'iip. in Ilriiudcnlniri; 9.17 u. in. s.i7 p. in. lrinJoii IM4 ii, in. s:i7p. ni. ln.il n. 'in. U.JI p. in. (Jluterpnit.i .. lo.ll n, m. 9.4.1 1. in. lliitcHrllle 11:11 ii. in. lo.lu p. in. l,rwlpirt ll:3Sn,iu, lu.1l p. m ...; U: In p. in, Hilt p, m. Mpotlsille I,nt p. in, II.Mp in. Ar. Ilenilrrrnn Iish p. in. U.Mh. in, No.W, .No. r,, EMTIIOU.Nl. Huily. Diniy I.T. llender'on 7il3. in. a: I,',., hi Hpottnlllr 7:17 n. in. a .17 p. in. Oitr hi'Hjro r.'.'7 n, m, in p. ni, I.ewiiport 'J " n. in. S u.1 p. in, HatfriiTlllF 11.3.1a. ni. 6:lu p. Clorri port 1U 01 n. in. A 67 p. in, fltcphf npnrt 10 Jo a, in. 0:19 p, m. Iriinston II. ft! a, m, 7:0.1 p. in, Untndenliiirg tl:2t , ni, 7:11 p, in. Went Point Vt 0.1 p. in, 8.01 p. in, Ar. IttiulsTllle I.ou p. in, sun p, m. TKAlnn No. 31 nnd No, Si make connection at Inlngton (Sundsy excopted) with trains on Louis. Tllle, Jlarllnslairr k Western R. It., esst and west Vousd. For further Inforinstlou, address It. C, MOIIIUK,nen.lVrAg't. I.oiilinllt, Ky. andXTbliiroyBaUtl cured at iiono with. outpatn. Ucularsstnt FKEB. ILU.wrvii i rv u Offloe ltn, WtalwtuUi 'it, The HiETEORD Bepublkm. URXEH i ROGERS, Publishers. VOL. IV. MARCH. I.iko some reformer, who with 1111011 nusteer. Neglected (Ire nml loud itixistotit tonus, More rasiiinr than tlm wrongs wliicii hIio boinoniiM, Wulk through thu land and wearioi nil who hear. While yet wo know tho nuud of M'ch reform : u.. I I i . on uiiuiui imiovoiy .uaren, with wind and storm, To break tho spell of winter, and set free Tho prisoned hiooks mid crocus beds opprced. Severe of i'nco, gaunt armed, and She is not fair nor beautiful to ceo. Hut merry April and sweet smiling .tiny Come not till March has first prepared the way. Elh Wheeler Wilcnx in hidi'i Jnmc Journal. COUNTY COURT. Bnof Sketches of Somo of our Best Citizons. Uelow wc give short sketches of the gentlemen eninposiug our County Court: Alouzo Shorman Kcowu. The subject of tbix sketch wai born Apiil 15, ISO."), near Selectjthi" coun ty. Ilia parents were Thomas XI. and Diana Maize Kcowu. lie was a very induetrioiia, hard-working boy, and lenmincd uith his lather on the farm till ho reached his majority. My close application he obtained a fair in the common He won the affections of Nancy K. Duvall, daughter of John and .Sarah K. Duvali, and their happy union took place .September -I, 1S84. .AJ.'.V'""".1! 'J''10)' '"ive (,,,c child, Arthur (' W I'uiroll ' . . . . ' .. . .1 JV W ' llrn.llr) "'"!!'" I i ton, a Imglit boy o six suniiners which he lived till November, 188!), when lie embarked in the drug at Select and was appointed Postmaster. After fourteen months of good btiMiiess he sold out and te-turned to his farm, where he now re sides. Mr. Kcowu is an Kl.ler in .the Christian Church anil h a Republican. He has paid some attention to local polities and was elected of the Peace for the Cromwell District in August, I81I2, to fill the unexpired term of J. K. Jackon, K"i., deceased, and is the youngest member of our Court and one of tho youngest Magistrates the county ever had. His upright, honorable walk, together with his elliciency as an oflicer, make him very popular. Socratos Calvin. Taylor. On March '22, 1817, the hearts of Tobias W. and Aitemesa Cliiipmaii Taylor were made glad by the birth of a boy, and they gave him the name which heads thi sketch. He comes of one of tlm oldest ami best, and excepting pcrhiip tho Steven-, family the largest connection in the county. His mother died in 1858 and his father in 1878. Cnl,, as ho was called and as he is yet most tamiliaiy known, grew to be an honest, upright, intelligent boy mid laid tho foundation for a noble manhood. Hit education was such as the county schools could afford, but by bard study nnd experience ho has given himself n fair business training. Ho has always lived in the Southern partofthe county near Rochester, where he owns a very fine farm. He has dealt largely in stock and saw-logs. Ho has made several business and pleasure trips over the Southern States, but says he has found no place like old "Kain- tuck." He is a Democrat in politic-), and in 1888 was the "dink in the Democratic County Convention and received the nomination for Shciifl', to which ofiicu ho was elected after one of the hottest fights in the history of Ohio county politics. He was reelected in 181)0. Mr. Taylor is a man of Stalwart frame, with a cool head and a kind heart. He is mod est, unassuming, courteous and brave; speaking good of all and evil of none, a man with ninny friends and few enemies. Joseph W. Turnor. About the year i8 10 (Jforge Turner nnd wife moved from Adair to this county. They weio the parents of nine children, Josepo V tho next to thu youngest was born May l.'J, 18.rl, Of tho nine only thrco aro living, a sister FJunic, living in Ten nessee, L. P., living near Newville, and the subject of this notice, living near Huford, His father died in 1801, and his oldest brother, who had enlisted in the Federal army, died at Calhoon, in 1802, so that his mother was left alone with only tho assistance of her two small, but brave little boys. Tho struggle was a hard ono, but our hero was equal to the task. No educational advantages at all were afforded him in eaily liie.and he acquired his lenriug after ho had passeti ins twentieth year, no attended a school in Daviess county, in OFFICIAL ORGAN Or THE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, HARTFORD, KY FRIDAY, tho wintera of 1871-72, under tho tutorship of our esteemed .1. C. Hiley. In tho f.i'l of 1872, Mr. Turner began teaching in tho common school", and taught the greater part of six years in various localities of the county, spending, however, n part of the tunc in attending school as a student. He was married on December 28, 187(, to Miss Mattic, only daughter of Harnett IIuiNon. .Mrs. Turner is in woman, and tho union ha boon a happy one. 'Ihey have three children living and ono dead. Tho living arc all three boys O-car, Homer nnd Kllk Mr Turner has always been a farmer, save the six years he was a teacher. He is ii member of Mt. Carmcl Haptist Church utiil is a Democrat. In August, 18!J0, he was elected Justice of tlm Peace for the liuford MagNterial District, and is making an able and conservative ofheer. Joseph McKmloy. The subject of this sketch was bom in Ohio county, near Hell's Hun Church, July 11 His father, Hen McKinley, died when he was very young and his mother, Charlotte I Hoarth McKinley, died when he was fourteen years of a"e. UN cr, Mo?es Spencer, wtis n grcnt hun ter in the early days of the county. Jo. was the oldest of eiuht children and being left an orphan at such an early age, had o hard struggle to get on in life. He had little or no educational advantage but by close application at home he has acquired n vciy good business education for a man of his age. -May 12, lSfio, he was muried to Mi-s Cy:itha. Sharp, sister of Fleming Sharp, one of the richest farmers of the Cr.uiu Pond country. To them was born ten eluhlicn. nil livinirhnt Mr. Kcowu has a neat little farm 01. two, Ida P., who died two yrurs'ago, and a child that died sn infant. The living are Samuel, Fleming, Porter, Isaac Newton, Rousseau, Delia May, Jessie Davis tun.' Loucy Cleveland. Mr. McKinley 's first wife died March l.'j, 1890. Ho was married to Miss Sikiii Chapman, Oct. 1, 1801. He has always been a great tobacco raiser; hN crops of tobacco often reaching fifteen thousand pounds and more. In leligion he is a H.iptk, in politics a Democrat. He i a Master Mnoii, a member of Jo. ICIlis' Lodge at Hell's Run. He was elected twelve years ago to fill the unexpired term of Chapman in the Huford Magisteiial District and has been re elected three times in lie i a man of great energy, a fiiend of education and of public improvements ami is vciy popularamoiig h's acquaintances. Rowau Holbrook Was born Sept. !.", 18(f, tho son of W O. Holbrook and Mai thu Rowan Holbrook, living near Abbicvillo this county. His father is a highly respected, and well-to do farmer, and his mother was a woman ofgreat moral worth. Rowan labored on his father's farm in spring and summer, and attended the county schools in fall and winter, lie was very fond of study, and early in live gave evidence of more than ordinary abilities. In 183:1 ho entered Hartford College and Instutc, where he was distinguished as being one of the accurate students in school. He spent thirty months in school here, teaching iu the country schools iu winter; attending College iu the spring until 18S8 when he graduated iu the Plulo sophical course, taking tho degree of Ph. H. As n teacher Mr. Holbrook was very successful. Ho is a Democrat nnd in Aucnst. 1800, was elected County Clerk. Ho won tho hand of tho fair, and accninplMied lady, Mks Hettie Taylor, nml was married Oct. 20, 1800. They have one child, Harold, a bright boy of a few month. Mr. Holbrook is a careful, oflicer and a gie.U favorite, with the people. His life is an e,c. ample of what hard work and good pluck will do for a young man, and is a stinging rebuko to that class of youngster who are always waiting for something to turn up, Wilbur Porry Bonnott First saw the light of day on March .'), 1811, near Hartford, s'on of J. 1). and Francis Ann Hcnton Bennett. His great-grandfather was one of tho pioneer settlers of the county. Perry was the third m age of n family of fouitceu children and being the oldest boy had tho greater part to bear iu caring for the fnmily. His educational advantages were very limited. Ho in company G. 12th Ky., Calvary Aug. 2o, 1802, and held the position of duty He was mustered out Aug. 2,'l, 1805. During this period ho was never in the hospital and was never absent from his regiment. His tuperior officers often called upon him to carry out difficult undertakings and ho was always canal to tho einci'L'oucv. lie was married to Miss Sophn E. Ambrose, November 20, 18b(i. T them were born four children Annie Florence, wife of Willio Ward, a thrifty young farmer; Silas E., Hat" tie P., nnd Dillis Solomon. Mis. Hcnnettdied Decembei 25, 187G, and Mr. Hennett was married to Miss Sarah Shown, February 25, 1877. They have seven children, three of whom Samniic, Wilbur and arc dead and Minuie.Ella, Viola C, Estille II. and Vcrnio Francis living. He is a farmer and log man in both of which ho has had success. Mr. Hennett is a Methodist and a Democrat nnd 1890 was elected Justice of the Peace for tho Hartford Magisterial District. He is a careful and conscientious officer, tin unassuming, worthy citzen. . ' (Continued next Heck.) SIIIItOH'S CATAHRH Hemedy. -A positive euro for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker-Mouth. Sold by Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. Caton Stock Farm. Mr. A. L. Thomas, Supt. of C.tton Farm at Juliet, III. remarks, "I you amount for six bottles of Junius Ointment. As n rule I am conservative about saying anything but after one year's trial I must con fes" that it will do all you claim for it." KINDERHOOK, KY. V. G. Harnett left for Evansville last week with four rafts of logs. Miss Alice Bowman has returned to her homo at Hartford, after a five month school at Alexander. Miss Ollie Anderson is visiting above Hartford, the guest of Miss Lena Tanner. It. P. Baird, Ccntcrtown, spent last Saturday and Sunday in Kinder-hook. Miss Minnie Baird has returned from Centei town, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Abbie Tich- cuor. Miss Mollie B. Maple is visiting friends and relatives at ItocKport. Dr. Russ Pirtle attended the closing exercises of Alexander school lust Friday. Miss Mattie Cliinn nnd Fleetwood Ward spent Saturday and Sunday at Beaver Dam. We tire glad to state that Mrs. V. D. D. Steven, who has been quite sich for some time, is convnlesccut. Travis Maple is out again, after an attock of pneumonia. Every boy and girl iu the neighborhood has hud the "grip" except GlUtHHOlTKH. VHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's Cure, will givoc immediate ruliof. Price 10 cts.,' ,r0 cts., and $1. Sold by 7.. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Republicans Como. Tho Republicans of Ohio county are requested to-meet in Muss Convention at the court house iu Hartford, Monday, March 7, for the purpose- of electing delegates to the District Convention which meets nt March 20, and also to the State Convention which meets nt Louisville, March 30, and to reorganize the County Committee. .1. S. It. Wi:ijino, Ch'm'n. Jo. B. Houeks, Sec'v. ly ni SIIII.OII'S Curfl will liinwu w wiun ... IllllllUl.lItlU roliovoCroup, Whooping Cough .nd Bronchitis. Sold by Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. Tin: Woitt.D Gitows Noah Webster would not know hisold Dictionary in the perfection it has attained in the hands of mrdern scholars. Tho world grows, however, and dictiona ries with it, so that a cheap reprint of the 44 years old "original" Webster is worth about ns much as an old al manac. Vi:ijsti:iw Intkhnatio.vai. Dictionauy, the recent successor of the latest and still copyrighted "Unabridged," is the best work of its kintl ever published, and, well used in a family, will be of more value to the members thereof than many times it" cost laid up in inouoy. . - sf .s "HACKMETACK," a listing and fragrant porfuino. Price 23 and 50 csnts. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & Bro. Dr. Fennor's Cough Honoy will relieve uny cough in one hour. Equally good f:r homes. Gives energy and strength. Monoy o-funded if satisfaction not given. For sale by L. H. Bean. . -- sQ Like tho young girl, as Farrelly stys, Kansas commenced flirting with tho Democratic party ton yours she bus been enpricicious, first tender thon cold. Iu 1800 she almost came over but years of association has given her confidenco and now at thu mature ago of discretion and reason and loap your combined Kuns.i3 shows evidence of complete surrender to brave democracy. THK UKV. GKO. H. TIIAVMP t PARIS, TENN. Feiihuaky, 15,1892. Emtoiw ItKPunucAN: Possibly many Republicans throughout the county have beeu made sorrowful because of Mr. Blaine's letter declining to nllow his nnme to be placed before the Convention in June next for tho Presidency. But I can see no good reason for any good Republican being sorrowful. Of course all would have beeu made glad to seo so great a man placed at tho head of tho Nation. But wo have a man filling the place now whoso life has been as pure and whoso Administration lias been ns clean and as patrictic as any of his predecessors, nnd one, who, if the pnrty will stand by, will be plac ed there again. Senator Hil!, of N. Y., says that "Cle.vel.ind will decline to have his name go before the Democratic Convention this year." And Hill ought to know, the Courier-Journal to the contrary notwithstanding. i A Inte New York paper says that "Hill will resign from tho Senate, if he (Hill) receives the Presidential nomination, and then ask Gov. Flow er to appoint Mr. Clovclnnd to 'the Senatorial vacancy," this is Hill's idea of how to placate the Ex-Pres ident. Now suppose Hill's plan is consummated nnd that he should be nominated by the Democratic Convention at Chicago, and if he so mnn ages the New York Convention, which convenes on- the 22, of February, and ieceives72 of New York's Del-gates, can he then be nominated at Chicago? Tho leading Democratic newspapers say no! So as Hill is keeping back his views (if he has any) on the "Free Silver' question, when he knows that Cleveland lias long since made his convictions known, will the Western States take him up and trust him anyhow? The leading Southern papers say no! So it seems to me that the way never seemed more clear for the success of the Republican party to sweep the country next November than now. The Reciprocity treaties which have been consummated by Harrison, Blaine,McKinley, will, in spite of the harrangue o" Democratic newspapers, tell for good with sensible, considerate American citizens. Regarding tho peaceful settlement of the trouble with Chili, a leading Southern paper says that, Congress men generally, irrespective of party, commend the course of President Harrison nnd Secretary Blaine, and treat the matter us fairly nnd righteously settled. Another Southern Journal fays: "That the United States has been compelled to do what any other Nation would have done under similar circumstances, viz.: Put herself in position toenforce her demands in case the necessity should arise to proceed to such lengths. So there is no disputing, but that Mr. Harrison's administration has not been pure nnd patriotic from tho begining till now, and not only Republicans, but Democrats know it to bo true, and more, I do uot believe nuy man whom the Democratic party may nominate can beat him for tho next Presidency. So, all these things being true, let us stand firm and true to the great principles of Republicanism. II. C, T. TukeslOOO people to buy Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy, at 50 cents a bottlo, to inako up $500. One failure to cure would take tho profit from 4000 sales. Ita makers profess to cure "cold in the head," and even chronic catarrh, and if they fail they pay 500 for their Not in the newspaper words but in hard cash! Think of what confi dence it takes to put that in the papers and mean it. Its makers believe in the remedy. Isn't it wortu a trial? Isn,t any trial preferable to catarrh V After all, the mild agencies are thu bust. Perhaps they work more slowly, but they work surely. Dr. Piorce's Pleasant Pellets are an active ngoncy but quiet and mild. They're sugar-coated, easy to take never shock nor derange- the system and half their power is the mild way in which their work is dono. Smallest, cheapest, easiest to take. One a dose. Twenty five cts. a vial. Of all druggists. BEDA, KY. Feb. 18th, -Several of Mrs Cordelia Hoover's family are sick. Dr. L. T. Cox made a flying trip to Cromwell last week, to see his father who is ill. Mrs. A. B. Buird and sou, Dr. A. B. Baird, Hartford, were tho guests of Mrs. S. A. Bennett, a few hours Thursday. Rumor has it that one ot our merchants is going to move to Livermore in the near future, Messrs. Editor, how much money Bourbon. Ind.. savs: "Both mvsalf per year do you suppose goes out of and wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S this county for liquor? Isn't this CONSUMPTION CURE." Sold by nancial ruin in this way of doiug? .'o J Z. Wayne Griffin & Hro. 8on.eth.ns ought to bo done. Would TERMS $1.25 Fir Annum, la Ainui. 1892. 5, 2s,, NO. r39. it not pay Ohio county to hire missionaries to go into some of our sister counties and persuade them that it is wrong to make and sell the accursed stuff? Some, if not all of tin-so, counties, opposed the L. S. L. Why? uecause it was evil in its nature, and was a constant drain upon tho finan ces ot tho counties. But these same people authorize by law a fur more evil in their midst, nnd one that drains tho money of other counties into their coffers, and yet they seem to think it all right. Aro there not enough moral peoplo in our beloved Stnte to demand a voto on this question, and banish it from- our fair Commonwealth? How lone: oh. Lord, how long, will rum, riot and rapo disgrace tho name of our nroud old Commonwealth. May tho peoplo at no distant day anso and iu their just indignation pulverize the rum Power. Louis XIV. Some modem philosopher has given these eleven linos tho summary of life: 7 years in childhood's sport nnd play 7 j i years school from day to day 14 7 years at trade or college Iifo 21 7 years to find a place and wife 28 7 years to building upward given 85 7 years to business hardly driven 42 7 years for some wild gooso chase 40 7 years for wealth and bootless race 50 7 years for hoarding for your heir 03 know where.- School Closed. I had the pleasure of being at Alexander school houso on thn Vlih iust., to witness the closinc exer cises of the pupils at that place, who I have been under the managraent of! Miss Alice Bowman for the past five j months. Owing to tho cold day, but I a tew visitors were present. I would like to give the entire program, but space will forbid it. After listening to the program which was well rendered by the pupils, we paid strict attention to the farewell address which wus well delivered by our worthy teacher. The beautiful flow ot language in which she bade farewell to her pupils and visitors was sufficient to show that she had well prepared her mind for the occasion. May she prosper through life nud have success in all her undertakings. S. Is the rule in the family of .an Erie man that before his girls may have a beaux they must learn to cook and sew. He has raised seven rrirs and has three moro coming on, and all are excellent housekeepers. Six have marriod and the seventh is spoken for, while the young men aro already shying up to the other three. K. O. Star HAYNESVILLE. Feb. 17th. Sourwood school will close Thursday the 18th, with nn Everybody invited. Miss Anuio Clark, n most excellent young lady is our teacher, and we think one ofthobestin tho county. She has given such perfect satisfaction, we all want her again next winter. Hollar Winkler and Clarence Clark, ot Daviess county, were visiting in the neighborhood last week. The sick are all getting well. Mr. grip, it seems has passed on. Farmers are begining to sow tobacco seed, as preparatory to another crop. Moving seems to have been the orderof tho day here last week. Maraud Brooks has returned from Breckenridgo county. Harvey Winkler has gone to Daviess county. Rev. B. F. Jeukcus filled his regular appointment nt Panther Creek, Saturday and Sunday. Everybody seemed to be lively nnd tho boys nnd girls, who always manage to hove their fun. Einna. - . Don't givo your confidence to every mau'you happeu to take a fancy to. Ho will laugh at you tho minuet your back is turned, and you will hao causo to regret it soojer or later. Close mouthed men are sometimes o because they have no ideas, but if you will notice, they never have any crow to eat. Ex. Mardi Gras. The Mississippi Valley Route, on account of Mardi Gras Celebration, March 1st, will sell tickets from Beaver Dam, Ky., to New Orleans and and return at low rate of $18.55. Tickets to bo sold on Feb., 2Cth, 27th, 28th nud 20, good returniug up to and including March 15, 1892. Elaborate arrangements aro formed to insure tho Mardi Gras Festivities surpassing any in previous years. This is the attractive route to New Orleans, as it passes directly along the banks of tho Mississippi rivor, via Memphis, Nicksburg, Baton Rouge, and through tho Cotton, Rico, Sugar Growing, and the productive, interesting and historic portion of the Souther States. m SUBSCRIBE KOH THE REPUBLICAN $1.25 per year. K PROFESSIONAL CARD. J. Ed-win Howe ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. J. s. a, wmtiMo. Grleaaii 6s JsWsm"'r"OH,W HARTFORD, KY. (Office, orcr Amlerson'K lUunr.) Will practice their profoMinnlintllhe cruris I LI '''l iJoliiiK nd court of Appeals. "i ,len,,on gl,''n ,n rr""'n prnctii. and coiircnoin. WnMly u. Smith., Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will pr.irtlcr h'i profiMlon In Ohio and counties, nud the court of A peU. si ceia attention i i-n to collections. Office north side pullic square. a 7It K.D.GUKJT. ll.tUtl.NGO. sz Kingo, Attorneys at Law. Hill practice In ni, court oi unio .imiaiiiomtn fS an, I In Mn,.ln. t..... . ;.' ..V -1.1" reals. to, OITIc and Court of Ap- Collections and ,,s-,l kiHncsa attrnded lice, ho. V, over Anderson's llamar. Hart- ford, Ky. ri.lj Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, K. TZ. Attorney at Law, Rosine, "E.y. iviiuva niuuwtier ismiuing.) 7 years in weakness, pain and caro 70 ' o.nyo,l.rTcLdjIn,rnSr0c0;u8n.ien,!n AMoSoiarr' Then die and go you should I VubUe T2nwiy Boston Globe. IMT. L. Heavrln, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Special attention alren to collection. unice, oter Wllinma, JM j, Co's drugstore. FREE ""JrSS32"Ej3Q "s DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonablo prices. A. J. SLATON, M. 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