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Farmers who want an implement that is built in the most approved fashion one S
that is noted for its strength and lasting qualities, and which is fully guaranteed by the
manufacturers will find Hall's celebrated ' S
HIE LIMESTONE plow
answers every requirement. We are the company's down-town agents, and if you need 2
a first-class Plow this season we would be glad of the chance to show you the Hall peo-
pie's product. Also have the OLIVER CHILLED PLOW and points.
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THE FRANK OWENS HARDWARE COMPANY!
ARE YOU SORE? USE
Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded.
And all Throat Inflammations. It Cools.
It Soothes. It Cures.
Sold only in 25c, 50c A $1.00 Bottleo.
At all (rood DrugffUti.
For Sale by Thomns J. Chonowetli, Druggist.
THE ESCAPED PRISONER.
It Is Rumored That Albert E. Bell 13
Near Ojo, Callente, N. M.
Denver, Col., Feb. 6. An officer of
the postal service left here Friday for
Ojo, Callente, N. M., to run down a
report that Albert E. Bell, the self
confessed mall bag robber and forger,
(was recuperating his health at a re
sort In that neighborhood. Bell was
arrested here several months ago
while occupying quarters in a local
hospital and when ho had sufficiently
recovered his strength, started with
two United States marshals for Phlla
delphla for trial. Ho escaped from
the train near Philadelphia and i3
Man Afloat on An Ice Floe and Pros
pect of Death Before Him.
Musfeegon, Mich., Fob. 6. Afloat on
an ico floe 15 miles out on Lake Michi
gan and with every prospect of death
before him was tho condition of A. E.
, 'Allen Friday night, tho result of a
wager which he mode that ho could
jWalk on the Ico to Milwaukee. Al
though heroic efforts have been mado
to reach the imperiled man, they havo
been unsuccessful thus far and wero
discontinued when darkness mado fur
ther work impossible.
The Law Forbidding the Improper Use
of the American Flag.
Now York. Feb. C. The law forbid
ding tho "desecration, mutilation or
Improper use of the national flag, pass
ed by the state legislature last year,
was declared unconstitutional Friday
in the appellate division of tho su
premo court in so far as it relates to
the use of tho flag in advertising de
vices and on trad labels. The caso
grew out of tho salo of cigars in boxes
bearing, labels which Included the na
tional flag in tho design.
Had An Epileptic Fit.
London, Fob. G. Mr. Williams
(union llberalist member of parlia
ment from South Birmingham, former
ly financial secretary to the war of
fice), had an epileptic fit Friday after
noon in tho house of commons. His
condition is serious.
Alleged Wothless Checks.
Hot Springs, Ark., Feb. C. A young
man giving the name of J. H. Miller
Is alleged to have cashed worthless
drafts to tho amount of nearly $10,000
in this city in tho last two days. Mil
ler disappeared and his whereabouts
Father Daecker's Appointment.
Erie, Pa., Feb. C Rev. Father Mi
chael J. Daecker, of St John's Roman
Catholic church, received notice Fri
day of his appointment as a domestio
prelate in tho household of Pope Pius
X. The notice came in tho form of a
The Jury Secured.
Chicago, Feb. 6. The 12 th juror was
secured Friday night for the trial of
Marx, Neidormelor and Van Dine, car
barn bandits. Twenty-four days havo
been consumed In the work of secur
ing a jury.
Itlis here just arrived fresh
from the mines. Peacock and
'Williams, at same old price.
Also handle BRICK, Sand,
Lime and Salt Agents for
Alabaster Plaster jt&jXjt
Col. Gabriel Bouck Critically III.
Oshkosh, Wis., Feb. C Col. Gabriel
Bouck, dean of the Winnebago county
bar, former attorney general of tho
Btate, commander of tho 18th Wiscon
sin Infantry during the civil war, and
one of the most unique men in tho
state, is critically ill.
Week's Business Failures.
New York, Feb. 6. Business fail
ures in the United States for tho week
ending February 4 number 216, against
242 last week, 208 in tho like week in
1903, 247 in 1902, 250 in 1901. Jn Can
ada failures for the week number 25,
against 18 last week.
First Train In Ten Days.
Lewiston, Mont, Feb. G. Pushed by
four locomotives, the great snow plow
on tho Montana railroad Friday head
ed the first train that has reached this
place in ten days. During that time
three express trains have been tied up
Flour and Grain.
Cincinnati, Feb. 5. Flour Winter
Cincinnati, Feb. 4. Flour Winter
patent, ?4.504.75; fancy, $4.04.35;
family, ?3.70g3.90; extra, $33.20;
low grade, ?2.G0 (0)2.85; spring patent,
?4.S585.10; fancy, $44.25; family,
?3.853.95; Northwestern rye, $3 50
3.75: Wheat Sales: No. 2 red, track,
:99is.c3?l; No. 3 red, track, 97c. Corn
i Sales: Mixed ear, track, 49c; whito
ear, track, 49c; No. 3 mixed, track,
4Gc; No. 2 yellow, track, 48c. Oats
I Sales: Rejected mixed, track, 41c;
No. 2 mixed, track, 42c
Chicago, Feb. 5, Wheat No. 2 red,
i9G99c; No. 3 do, 9398c; No, 2 hard,
l8588c; No. 3 do, 773S7c; No. 1
Northern, 92095c; No. 2 do, 8893c;
No. 8 spring, 8093c. Corn No. 3,
42a43.c; No. 4, 4042c. Oats
'No. 2, 42c; No. 3, 41?2',342c.
Cincinnati, Feb. 5. Cattle -Heavy
steers, choice to extra, $4.G04.85; fair
to good, $44.50; butcher steers, $4.50
54.G5; good to choice, ?44.40; heif
ers, extra, ?4.2035; good to choice,
?3.G04.15; cows, extra, ?3.6084; good
to choice, $33.50. Calves Fair to
good light, $G6.75; extra, $7. Hogs
Good to choice packers and butchers,
$5.055.15; mixed packers, $4.85
5.05; light shippers, ?4.G54.80; pigs.
110 lbs and less, $4.204.GO.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.,
COOPER'S OLD STAND.
MONDAY, February 8th.
Tho small tbtngs are Important because you
need them. It is important that you buy your
"homegoods" from us becauso our prices are low
and assortment in all Hues complete. Look at
our window display ol
Only 10c. for choice. Hardware, Tin and Gran
iteware, Hosiery, Notions, etc.
Call us up and let us know your wants. Phone
L. H. YOUNG & CO
No. 40 West Second Street.
The New York Casino's Greatest
The Telephone Girl.
Max Bloom and a big cast.
CAPRICES Entire lower floor 75c.,
entire balcony 50c, gallery 25c.
See our wall paper window Hninline.
Mr. Charles Daly recently returned
from Cuba and has gone on his annual
tour of Mexico.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Welsh, near Washington, who haB been
very ill with pneumonia, ia improving
The big circus men are trying to reach
an agreement to do away with street pa
rades hereafter. It's not likely, however,
that anything of the kind will be done.
Wo cure cancer without tho knife. Very little
Sain. Havo cured over twenty cases In Mason
ounty during the last ten years. Wo send a
free book upon request which tells all about
method of treatment. Will refer you to Mr.
Geo. 8. Bosser of this paper, Seldon w. Bramel,
Wedonla, Ky., Mrs. Joel T. Luman, Mt. Cancel.
Ky., Wm. Bramel, North Fork, Ky., and a dozen
others In your own county if you wish them.
Write for free book at once.
ORS. GRATIGNY C BUSH,
Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O.
GREAT SACRIFICE SALE
To make room for Spring stock.
Don't place your order until you
have seen my stock and learned
prices. I will save you money.
W.H. RYDER, aJZ s..
AT DAN COHEN'S, IN ADDITION TO OUR
LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS and SHOES
. Dentist 4&l
strAciV MaVUUirKytfe1, " '
Thursday, February 4th, J904.
We offer a lot of high cut Shoes at the lowest price for the
value of the goods we ever saw
Men's Winter Weight Extra High-Cut Shoes, $1.73; Boys', Same Style, $1.48;
Youths', Same Style, $1.39; Little Gents', Same Style, $1.24.
All kinds of Rubber Footwear at prices less than others,
W. H. MEANS, Manager.
WELLS COUGHLIN, -
Undirtaktrs and Embalmirs!
Calls answered day or night.
The Travtlen Insurance Co.,
Hartford, Conn. Gentlemen :
I beg to acknowledsro recefnt nf vnti m,i, r
8150 handed me by your agent, Mr. W. n. Key, In
tun ui umim ior xen wecits sickness. Lot me
thank you lor tho prompt settlement, and, to
show my appreciation, I shall do all I can to In
duce my friends to tako an Accident and Health
Policy In your company. Only through expert
enco do wo learn what a boon to mankind your
Institution Is. Thanking you again for your
promptness, I remain, very truly yours,
CHARLES A. WALTHER.
For byt cents per day I will Issue you a policy
the same as tho above carried by Mr. Walther.
rollcles issued whllo yon wait. Call and see-me-
W. H. KEY, Agent.
WA.H?A8C5,S t0 sel! whiskey to tho con
sumer. Good commission. V nhin in
W.WtoS.O mnCky0, ' D AWEnjiP &
"YTrAN'IH1l-'lii i...n. .. , J
JY rAKrmJ&eut:Fos",on' SCO and expen
ses. CENTRAL TOBACCO iVORKS CO,.renfcksr
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