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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 16 August 1901

Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUG 3T 16 ION IUUrILrlllor = crC > COEQ r ah r11 CUOI dDn 1 Hurt Fridays tv Ch Hartfertfub Cfnropald htired II Hartford poslolfice as seundclm mail mattel 1 DECLARATION AND CONFSSION My 19th of July 1900 declaration of determination to remain a Populist I You will likely br In now and the election that I ham otolen a railroad rubbed n bank or rowd the Queen ot England nay I V thlnif that irlll illncrwlit me In the ejrm of mjr Iondobnl let It come I nm n PopiiUm nil 1 1 nil will pay no attention to thcw lander I nm tar rrvrylhlnic tile ropnlut tinre niUoralctl I dOIl1 propone to IRlu Oil bnekwiiril deli lor any noniliinlloii or oilier but I niiinrnpiilim J P MILLKB tilnw the adoption of the Chicago Platform j lir the liomorratlc National Convention In V 1MW aiI the ieeMrinttlon 01 thl Ilatform lij the Democratic party In Kentucky I V1 Imve b cniiii < l nm MOW n Iieniocrnt r f U I nndcntiindthe thing n wary to ton Y tltutepnrtyafflllatlon III this coun...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 16 August 1901

c ti I MONEYRAISING i j f AND t MONEYSAVING I i i MONEYRAISING for us moneysaving for you This sale commenced August 1st and con ti i Unites until our entire stock of Summer Morchan i disc is closed out Wo mean exactly what wo say i Nothing reservedo need the MONEY you need the GOODS Entire lino lOc Wash Goods8c All our 121c Wash GoodslOc i Figured Fancy Swissessold for 25c 1 80 f i Fancy Figuro Pongees worth 25cnowl9o i Fancy Wash Silks sold for 50cnow30c i Sli et fie e a tl ente Our lino is now low but wo wanta general clean t up So wo make prices that will suit your purso 80ter i Priesmoyors 125 line now 100 i Priesmoyers 150 line now 115 Pricsmoyerft 200 line now 135 l Slippers in other makes SOc 75e it 1 j i I J lena > Ne li ee Sl it i I fThis week wo will receive a big lino of 75c and t i SlOO Shirts on which wo are going to make aprico t L of 50 Dont buy until you seo them Nothing liko them for tho prico was ever shown in Hartford IartfordH R i > let s otd Rio O s SUa f...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 16 August 1901

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Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 23 August 1901

u L r4 THE HARTDRD EEPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL DUn OF THE PABIT IN TBEf OUBTH CONGRESSIONAL DlilBICI Subscription 1 a year VOL XIV HARTFORD K Y FRIDAY AUGUST 23 1901 No5 b I M l j lJ > I J 1 t io i r f i I 1p IT MAKES WOMEN HAPPY I bad beta a sufferer for many yean from oenrouiness with all Iti ayraplotni JIDPtomand YorkN N Y I was constantly going to ace a ohjr IldaD or purtbulnr nedletne My bus band att induced me to try Dr Pierre Favorite Prescription After taking one bottle and following yotir adrlce t waa ao enconnged that 1 look 4more bottlea of Ff wile Prescription I continued lak > lag i < and felt that I was Intmnrlnc fanter than at lint I em tint now cross and Irrit anllrrlfoabl barn also tralnttl ten pounds in weight ADd ont Houtait farads ototiorl for I a > A a new woman once more and your advice ADd lour Favorite Prescription Is the cause of It lPlDEg9 DY J1l M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prnrttat kl end wlon In Ml the roirUn...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 23 August 1901

1 c 54J co c d h H TE I rI 1 T Y l IH a I 1 p j I d 4 1 I p L p Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 23 LOST UUCHlIlur 111 = = C C = = u = h r11 Cu cr1ancl S Id FIdays h th IaffordPiib ClntPdIa Ittertd it Hartford ptstiffiti is sewdtlijs mil matter matterS I S i I I luivo donu my best to understand mv tllltv inI I State aiiuirs I cant in I I dorse Mr Taylors course I 1and to voto for Yerkes I i1 would be to indorse nIl I the lawlessness of last I I winter J P MILLER I ITS A SIMPLE STORY Our contemporary A G Ben ton is averse to going in even when the door is locked and barred It would occur to reasonablo men to men of ordinary intelligence that the halfpint story the A G Benton letter scandal which the Herald ScnuiE is guilty of in the first degree would seal forever the mouth of the guilty yet it does not Perhaps it is because the SCKIPE has been off in Sleepy Hollow the past two years asleep and has not yet learned of his plighted condition So far as that halfpint matter is concerned...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 23 August 1901

I 1 II 1 H h I r I t I 1 I T t 4 fFi > k l kt > t 1 I r 741 I 741I I cvr 1 r I N J I Iit I i r P 1t r y n 7n n rit i t L 1 Youre Not to Blame tt i Wo are not finding fault with you if you do not 46 take mlvanlngo of our BARGAIN SALE on our g Summer Stock You do not know how much moro money wo can save you than other houses Thats all But just notoMhcso prices Entire lino lOc Wash GOOlls80 All our 12Jo Wash Uoodsl0c Q Y ttFigured FaucySll is 0ssoldfor25cJ8cIT Fancy Figuro Pongees worth 2ocnowl9o i Fancy Wash Silks sold for 50cnow30c t Sli e fie cttlfleflti 4Our lino is now low hut wo wanta general clean 1 up So wo make prices that will suit your purso r Pricsmoyors 100 lino now 80 T Priesmoyors 126 lino now 100 Priesmoyors 150 lino now 115 Priesmoyors 200 lino now 135 J Slippers in other nlakos50o 75o tC 1 4t Jk C Yvcifc SWwa 7 This week wo will receive a big lino of 75c and J 100 Shirts on which wo iwo going to make a price of SOc Dont huy until you see them NotlnngI like tlllm...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 23 August 1901

IPrilw I f 7 I t p r CI tf > iUr r 1 WoO A il1iI u f rt e J I I o 4 O I I i Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 23 JOHN D N CKEFELLER His Vast Ptrtmtt Are Estimate at Nearly a Thousand Millions Wall street is intensely Interested in the almost daily alignment of forces in the struggle between the Morgan bund clique for the cbiefshlp of the financial field They are busy count ing up the resources of the respective sides and trying to figuer out whooi a mere show of wealth would winI In this connection a prominent 1 Wallstreet banker who for reasons of policy does not wish his came mentioned made a startling statement regarding the resources of John D Rockefeller yesterday He is in a position by reascn of close business relationship to know of what he speaks He said III have read the recent Wallstreet articles in the Jrurnal regarding the rivalry between the Morgan and Rockefeller interests I think the ar tides have described the situation pretty accurately but of one thing I am cert...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 30 August 1901

1 fi c 1 r HEHARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PAIn IK THE FOOBIB CONQEESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription I a year r VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 30 1901 No6 Alter Baby BabyComas Comas a Ta the day following the babys birth there U often a long uphill atruggle to ncoYer strength and the nune butta herself In the preparation of jellies and broths or the lBTlU Wheat Dr Pierce Pavorite Prencrlp Uoa U Med u a preparative for mother hood the babya advent it practically ptlnlat there it abundant strength to rmarse MId nouriih the child and a rapid iwcorenr from the ihock and train in parable from maternity 1 was toeaeed that Dr Ne rc answered ray InSoftno at Mntt IM Parkl Wllknbarre Penna thinkI I vould never knee chUdlt I y back need la aim btuk and I 01114 ret sck at ny = and hart each headachee I did not w vlul to t they need to MI meaty dnartorot meatywar i J Ixga tala Dr IuorttetnoCrt tnoCrta baby weanlwrttd I look 14 dl Ike r I was that way I Ml flo...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 30 August 1901

1T j w I Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 30 JON ROUIILIIdlor = ctcrco c = = o ttg b n1v Cinib rl nd L Itiutit Friday ty tilt Hartford Iub Co Into po ri lid fRllrld II Hartford postoffiu IS seond cass mill matter ehave dono my best to understand my duty in J j State aflhirs I cant in J I dorse Mr Taylors course t and to vote for Yerkes would be to indorso all f the lawlessness of last wmtorJ P MILLER A NOTICE Owing to the serious illness of Mre Magdalene Rogers mother of the ed itor of tbis paper all editorial matter is omitted from tbia issue RUSTICUS Propounds a few Questions to Judge Miller And Taps up A G Benton Some Henry Clay said I would rather be right than President Jas P Miller says I am anything for office I was a Republican at one time I voted for and Indorsed every thing they advocated Time rolled on and I decided to stand over on the Populist platform with my foot fixed firmly on the breast of Democracy I must roll on with the trend of af fairs I mast loose my foct an...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 30 August 1901

1 K u Jf I > Sit 4 0 ya c I 411 rn rHrt tc1 jrJ ti t J I 6 Youre Not to Blame cJ tYoure lame e7 6 J StJ Wo arc not finding fault with you if you do not i2 J I ttake ndvuntngo ofour BARGAIN SALE on our ° l 4 Summer Stark You do not know how much 2 r t Co moro money we can save you than other liousoe VJ J I jf Thats all lint just noto those prices r fy ISnliiv line lOt Wiwh Ciomli 85 3 is All our 12lo Wiwh floods lOo e7o F Figured FnncySwiwajeold fhr2 o18c j J Tf11m l gurnlongooBworlh 25jnowlOo Vy 6 i Kuncjr Wash Silks Hold for 80enow30o j J c2 T ti gi I ee tI e IcItm te Our lino is now low but wo want u general clean 1i fup So we make price that will mil your pursof Iriosmeyera 100 line uow 80 b rrifrinHyer8 125 lino now 100 PrimiiiByerj 15011110 now 1 115 + M Prlcnintywr 200 Hno now 185J 1Slippors in other make BOe Too A lJ e aJiI fl r s J a ti to S h ts L J Ss t this wwk wo will n wivi a big line of Too and 6 J c 10T Shirt on which we uro going to mako a price i of 50 + Dont buy...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 30 August 1901

w s r L I r a I Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 30 BINGHAM ffl NEW ROLE Elopes With Young Heiress andI the Police Collar Him Ills Plans Foiled Ralph BIngham the wellknown I monologuist was a central figure In a startling sensation which transpired In Atlantic City N J last weekj Ralph wanted to marry a California j heiress and the two bad attempted toI carryout their plans of elopement and that is how the trouble came C aboutMiss Miss If abel Cermera is a California I beauty who has a fortune of about C S 500000 which she will Inherit on her twentyfirst birthday Mr Blng I ham met her at Atlantic City where I she had gone with her uncle on a vis I it A courtship was started between t Mr Blngham and the young lady which soon assumed matrimonial f piopottlons Miss Cermera was un d der age and was a ward of the Couits r and the lovers decided that they would take the matter in their own hands t rather than trust their fate to the t court and plans for an elopement were perfected The y...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 6 September 1901

7i c T I T s I THE HAETFOSD EEPUBLICM rFihe Job Wbrka Specialty OFFICIAL DBMS or WE PAEIT ix THE FouaiacoNsraoNALDimici Subscription 1 a year 1 ¼ r 1VOL XIV un HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1901o 7 1 cured Tumor JBy their fruiU ye ball know them The way to judge of the value of any anyt j teat tODr Pierce Fivoritt Prescription and it Iat once lifted high above all other putup wedicinti tcigned for the cure of womanly dlMurt Chronic forms of illaeue which local phytlclana bare failed to cure and which have yielded to no other treatment have been perfectly and permanently cured by the uae of Dr Pierce Favorite Ire criptlon It eatablUhea monthly regularity It driea debilitating drain It heal lh Dammation and ulceration and cuica female weakness JoIn Shopehlre of lullou thelbr Co Ohio mltrai My motbor bad au muiaD tumnr which we thought would reauR III hat death but we had reed yr adertttmentI and WI p commranti lulnf your Furorlle rmcrlptloo1 We tot one dottn both to commence with lnto ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 6 September 1901

Hartford Republicai I i FRIDAY SEPTEMBER G LOX ROUER1tIr ROUER1tIrorccrCONca = b onl v = = Cuznb lnc5 1 limit Frldafi bllih Hatiford flit ColcerpOKi atend it Hartford tostof fici is secondclass mill matterr OUR MOTHERS DEATH TilE REPUBLICAN Irjm week to week reports the death of tome be t loved friend with a feeble pxpreaai I ot sympathy for tie troubled nUlls heartbroken but truly unconecio of the intensity of sorrow grief aod woe made theirs to endure by reaw in of the demise of some dear fiien perhaps a brother or a sister heart rending indeed or a father a gd misfortune or a devoted mother truI If a calamity Within the past week t I we have been made to fully realize of and appreciate more deeply than ev so er before bat it U to be the loser 01 I the dearest and best friend on tart by the tad death of our fainteder mother pI motherLast Last Monday eveningat 1145 ar oclock the angel io heaven envyin ing us the noblest and dearest gilt to man of mother defended and bore away the s...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 6 September 1901

F t Youre Not to Blame I i Wo arc nut finding fault with you if you do not i take advantage of our BARGAIN SALE on our i Summer Stock You do not know how much tL more money wo can snvo you than other houses t Thats nIl But just note these pricos Ci s6 Kntiro lino lOc Wash Goods8o c All our 12Jc Wash GoodslOc tligurqd FanoySwissessold for2ocjl8c Ci Fancy Figure Pongees worth 25cnow l9c i s4 Fancy Wish Silks sold for 50cnow30cj i i Sli p e > e p IJoIf ertl 3 S Our lion is now low hut wo wanta gOll01l11cloan J L ill So wo make prices that will suit your purse 1 Ci Pricsmayqrs 100 line now 5 80 4 44 1riosinoyors 125 lino now 100 1riesinoyers 150 hue now Ulo t Iriosmoyorfc 200 line now 135 gSHppors in other makes 50o Too tC 1 t IlI v he oio ee Sfti tse o This week wo will receive a big lino of 75c and I tt 100 Shirts on which wo arc going to make a price aapricoI like tholl1 for the inco was over 8hon ill Hurtford r o t I tet 1t aQ s St IJoXj ttals I tft Every Straw Hat in our house s...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 6 September 1901

Hartford Republican c FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6 o FARMER AND PROTECTION He Is Best Off with a Near By Market for Ills Products It Is the slok argument ol the S PteeTradera thit IloUclicm in if all things Inimical to the lit rests c f the farmer They grudgingly cone U that the manufacturing indiisttief thrive under Protection hut the point to the trusts as the IcBiiiront result of the Protective pohcytin willing or unable to see that the re lation of Protection to the trusts is simply this Protection allows American industries to exist The truttf so Cara9 they are hostile to the general good are abuses of this condition not its legitimate or in tended t fleet The remedy for any evil caused by the trusts is not Free Trade but regulation U idtr Frte Trade there possibly would not be any trusts There wouldnt be much business rf any kind Amputation ol everybodys legs if cot the most sensible remedy fr tin habit of kicking people Legs can be regulated without being taken nfl and especially witho...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 September 1901

V r zr ji 1 4 1 i 4 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN fF FiheSdh Work a Specialty 3FF1CUI OE6AK Qf TBS NUT IV TIC room C0mm OI51BIN Subscription 1 a year d GVOL XIV HAIITJFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1901 No8 I ii I < COlnmOA tt OBiQon Sense9 b the motto of the mcten 1 ns thick soled shoe and hi nhu di a witnesses to the win MUca I or the motto I iMtUn of i tM 1NN ftt Pi irf = UfI afttitll afttitllfttripttets I WtIt WdI I fIttdnlt WOIft1t ittU 1 lUblltbei N hilly drle t i o bis dnUns bial InAanimatUMi ulceratlon TI cures teoule weak sit711 CO a nwlo safe M advice erf i oI4d3na sicians wbtti Dl Mcrce Dot oaly I doctor bat a apeelalUt la Ua iI treatment aad cure j iiol of dta of woman ofTen a consultation by letUfe Jfw Write tq Pt Pierce DufliloNV p S Chad fclUMf rf taurnai tJ aad k4 u gtjt4uf month i bA Irr tfwlr INp gtjt4ufa roiilJ aocuUmr Uut t or cIN 1aI I oI Jo6 t9I t VeIoito p i a r 11111 t ercw f t taw ET l oa W lKQ Ua Medical tXmrm T hll onaceat ttampe to S malllni tHf 7CI toi ti pape...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 September 1901

II n 9 Hartford Republican A w FRIDAY SKPTEMfcKR 13 LOST UJIILS 11 lor tcccrccco Qlh r1 u r ee C = Ir1on < 4 Iasisd Fridays 6W 9 HatfordPub Colncorpcjati a Iitend it Hirtfird ttolflci is secondtins mill matt r 10 I S I have done my best to understand my ltlt3ill i State nirairs I cant in I dorso Mr Taylors coxirso I I and to vote for Ycrkcs would bo to indorse all I i the lawlessness of lust I wMltcrJ P MILLER I a CANT FACE THE PEOPLE I Political parties are necessary Inc tors in a republic to good govern ment From the foundation of the Infant American republic there have been two or more parties advocating principles radically ifferent at the tame time claiming to be working tor the best interests of the govern y tnent These parlies have met upon National fields of battle in joint de bate to advhe educate and instruct ° tho voter to cast an intelligent vote It has been the custom in State polio tics and an unwritten law In local campaigns But matters in Demo cratic lore hare bec...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 September 1901

IT COSTS YOU NOTHING < BUT A LllTLB SPARE TIME TO FIND OUT 4TO YOUlt OWN SATISFACTION THAT I S t t P 7 = GIVE THE VERY BFST VALUES rc > tc Jt Wanro showing our entire lino of WOOLEN DRESS L + r tJ GOO S Consisting of tho latest weaves in solid and fancy shticks Midi its VenitianH Pebble Cloth Wool and Silk f > Warp lloinuttne Serges 1 J road Cloth Cashmeres every t t thing Into and nt priced that defy competition JFOP TRIMMINGS Wo uro showing a full lino of Silks r 1 f i 1 Iron told Fancy Vdvuta Gilt and Silver Braids Soutache 1 Xnul Ilereuloa Hniids Etc Special attention to wedding outfits I > < I Millinery Department I I t TJiw Keuson as usual will bo ono of our big attractions 1Our line of Readytowcarllats will bo ready for inspection j in a fete day mid the entire line will be opened one week I Wuro the Hartford Fair r fall and Winter Shoes Specially SCHOOL SHOES We carry no shoddy Shoes I but good reliable gnodni Tho celebrated Priesmcyer Shoes s fur ladies the f...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 September 1901

= 1 VMJ p Hartford Republican ifDSEt1Bz3 tHIGH TARIFF WANTED Canadian Manufacturers and the Importation of Cheap t Woolens MontrealMr T Russell Toioit secretary cf the Canadian Manuli turers Association is in the city making p eparatlona for the annnu meeting Our members represent a total capital of 90oooCQi laid rjmwell IIad ererytblor hM scI3 ptr I4tiIei qcccHattiy it Asti lH ffJ9l pepplf ef CimiJ II Jill > ibat out cf ills rasii hllpOtr tai QucBtlona o bi biOught boID thtCQayfcDtibn will bf courtfci bb the injilry atJbb ttf tbb obleb mSbblai tnferiJ by tbti Idw tdrifT da Imported goods Mt H R Stevens of this city recently ttfd ot the existing sta tus of this industry and gave the rea sons for it Our manufacturers have to compete with cheap material from Other countries shipped first lo Eng Jang and thence to Canada Last year something like 4000000 worth of this inferior product was Imported 1 into the country and sold to whole sale clothiers who are ol course the heaViest buye...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 September 1901

I i THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF InpUT IV TIB F00iiCOMB86681GRdL01bTCiCYSubscription 1 a year VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1901 No9 o i j z oae0l I i i oae0lt f 4 I t I j i j ti lt a t r foil J Y > i i tfIi A T J f I II S t r The Engineer Leinlnz from the cab window4os Oft with his ears than bli eyes The a nim bl + and grumble and roars of hi engin are to him articulate teeh ADd a ids note in that Juan ble of aound would catch his ear u quickly a a discord would strike the ear of the leader of aa ordIeatralIethlw1 Ht thinks ON of his eagles tham himself That It why he neglect to notice ijtnp torn wbleh art full of warning The foul toafue teepethe sour deluge anE undue rallaea at tar eating are but ym of dye W acme form of dUeaat In volrlng the stom ach and organs of digestion and an trUloa In time the heart flyer lunllw or other organs are involved and tM engineer baa to lap off Dr Pierce Golden Medial Discovery cures diseases of ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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