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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 11 November 1892

iYw C ASEBIEIR! f still"?' r if is IJrinifYmir TO Till! Jol) Work H The Habteord Bepdbltcan. SUBSCRIBE roit tiii: r Wo nro woll supplied with tlio vory lidst iimturiiil mid rood luivu workmen in our employ n can ho as JO, fi, ROGERS. MMir. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT,- TERUS SI.25 Pep Annua, Id Adnnce, , found. I'rieosroiisonnhlo. $1.25 per year. VOL. V. HARTFORD, K Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. NO. 15. W ms? :Vfv.l' ZJAiMfc man &sm ,!4,"- -M. &,3J j f&p ft wi - ' v. ;FA;.STLINE ;aSEBIER'S 'BUS .MEKT.3 ALL DAILY riCParE3 PRICE 1 ' TO ALL. .lt l IIWOIETRSra 1 ALIKE. , '. I "UlPli,f1Il l'ivnnrnivi Ol TjUIIIj f J I ftl 1 IUi ' Given to the Traveling i public. ' K - JtffcftrSfr., i -, Jjr-" ligi.V' Also keeps a first- class . Liverj and "Fenl 'Stable where you can have your Horses Fed. and jrg (lie hest of rigs Leavr . your or- ders wifli ,r , , i I BURTON "SEPTEMBER Murks the Opening of tlio FALL nml WINTER TUADE. Wo oiler for your insp...

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. — 11 November 1892

Hartford Kepublican rUBM8!IKD KVEHY KIHDAY MORNING. JO. R. KOUKItN, Killlnr ami Proprietor. 1 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. Tm: Republicans nro not in it. Wn have met tho enemy and we are theirs. How would Bob Lincoln do for President in !)(?? Ei.i.is i9 elected in tho Second ' Congressional District. Tiiky whipped us this time, but they can't do it next time. It will now be in order for the Democracy to "destroy tho last ofprotection. HtiNRY Watterbon's prophecy was all right, but he proved to be a devil of a poor prophet. TflK gallant Gus Willsou was de featcd lor Congress " in the Fifth District by a large majority. The occupation of the old time Democratic . bummer is gone the Australian Ballot System has knocked it out. f Au. honer is due the Republican party for its bold staud in favor of the New Constitution, which provided for the Australian Ballot System. There was less drunkenness and disorder in Haitford Tuesday than at any other election in years past. Hurrah, lor the ballo...

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. — 11 November 1892

A s. ' Y w i THE GREAT FAIR are Bargain Center is BROS, ft CO., Leaders of style, quality and prices in Ohio County. During the month of and December. We arc going to offer rare inducements to those who have not yet bought their Winter Supplies. Read our prices below and see if they are not bargains: Largo white blankets nt 81 per pair Best bed blankets (nil wool) (2.75 per pair Bed comforts 1 72 cents apiece Extra bed flannel (all wool). at 10c per yard Best twilled red flannel 25 ccnU Good twilled gray flannel 25 cents turkey red table linen 30c per yard Good prints.. 5 cents Ten cent bleached cotton at 8$ cents Apron check gingham Scents ljiyardyard white linaey 35 cents Best domestic i 6 cents All wool shawls t 75c to 82.50 Ladies cloaks 82.00 to $15.00 Mens box-too boots, wbolo stock 82.25 Mens plain toe boots, wbolo stock 81.75 Boys plain too boots whole stock 13 to 2 81.25 Childs plain toe boots, whole stock 11 to 13 fi 81.00 Childs psain too boots, whole stock 7 to 10 00 eta...

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. — 11 November 1892

MJ.' 1H 'l"l.l Ihirtibrri ;jiniiicj:iii J V V ' . ill. II. I rcu with 'a cr.uj..;.:5n. A VeoiiiIoiTul Het.ii Til i i it .r.iitual senirtxe nf Joy In u ! y .nui. "Tho meanest trie!: Lintv.vts ever ilayod on me," saiil a St. who wis trying I ) hoom a conversation in the mnolclvg in a sleeper, "was by an ec'io. The little town is on the hide .f the hill and is as sleepy and tminti resting n place us one will find in n yenr'ts jqimiey. I got into the town on ono boiling hot tiny in August about 1 o'clock, and proceeded to rustic? around to get through business nml skip mil. "Tlie town was so infernally lazy looking that I didn't have much confidence in my ability to get business. At tho postoffieo corner an aged and decrepit gray mule, with flapping ears and solemn mien presided over tho sesbion of whittles, who were in pession under tho big sycamores tree. I accosted one of tho group to find out where Josh 'Wilkins. tho principal storekeeper, might bo found, and learned that he was 'te...

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. — 18 November 1892

J f It Will m Build You V Am vou all run sion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda will build you up and put flesh on you and give you a good appetite. Bcotta EmuUion curM Oougaf, OeMa, CwnmfUn, ScrfU aa all Aaaiatlc aai Waitiaf DUeaatt. PrrrtatawMtiarUi cbillrra. palatable milk, detealy the reaalBe. Prepared by Beott A Bowne.ChomUU, New York. Bold by all Druggist. SEPTEMBER Marks tbe Opening of the " FALL and WINTER TRADE. Wo offer lor your inspection a LARGE - STOCK Of New aud Desirable Goods at Very Reasonable Prices -AT THE- OLDEN RULE TORE IMPORTED SUITINGS From tho fashion centres of Europe. AMERICAN FABRICS In new aud beautiful patterns. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS In fall and winter novelties. Our nnmr on any mrana BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices 5,000 Fall and Winter Cloaks, Latest Styles, $2.50 to $35 each. C.E. Overstreet & Co 238 Fourth Av., Louisville, Ky. Golden Ril. Store. (.OCIRVII.I.r.4T. I.Ol'IN A TKX. R, B. 'ItQliTilli, St, Loai. I Tent liln...

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. — 18 November 1892

Hartford Republican fUBLlSHED EVERY F1UDAY MORNING. JO. B. ROGEKH, K.lltor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. Truth crushed to earth will nso gaiu. Henry Watterson would have a hard time getting a job in our office ti a prophet. All that is tho matter with Ohio county is, too many men stamped un dor the rooster. We rise to second the motion of Mr. ticott that tho election ot Cleve land be made unanimous. It mar bo that wo can't see ourselves as others seo us, but we will wear wo can't just bee where tho "whoop peo" comes in. Some of our Kentucky exchanges are enthusiastic over the probability of Senator Carlisle getting a place in Cleveland's Cabinet. Tue hungry Democrats are beginning to whet their appetites for office pie. It has been n long time since they had a square meal. The Winchester Dimocrat save: "Ex-Governor Buckner has been appointed overseer of a road running near his home, and it goes without saying that we will have a good road." Bert Wino was captured a few ...

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. — 18 November 1892

"? c J A J 9B FAIR BROS, ft CO., The Great MAJORITY Of people feel happiest when they have satisfied themselves that they are buying goods at the very best rates GIVEN IN OUR COUNT?. In this they observe the common in- . stinct of prudence and thrift. The manifestation of these laudable qualities PROVES THAT THE PDBLIO JUDGMENT IS RIGHT. Fair Bros. & Co. thank this GREAT Majority for the large patronage given in the past. FAIR BROS. & CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion, Believe in the People's Wisdom. Fimiiue! Fmitue!! SLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLw For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. N.N &M.V.R.R. mmSSm. TRAINS LEAVE BEAVKR DAM. TKAIN8 GOINQ WEST. Kb. . Mill nd Eiprrm 12:10 r. . N. T, Umctf. Kiprr - lliM r. . TRAINS GOING EAST. Wo. I, tUII nd Expr.M WSr. a. He. I, Mmlt.d Exprt . A. a FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. For Sale. A good farm containing 212 acres of land, About one-half clearedjgood improvements; well watered. Lies four...

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. — 18 November 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. TOWN TATTLER Continues hia Visit Finds Business Good WriteB an Interesting Communication. And just as I was about going into the County Judge's office I remembered that I had failed to find J. E. Foglo when I called at his law office a few days ago, and so 1 went back to see if he was in. Sure enough he was there, and studying, too. Jesse is n close student and I'm glad to see him doing so well. He possesses that same quality of being a man of few wonders, but that iew wonders always mean something. Well, well, up the next steps, whom should find, but thatris. ing young attomey, James A. Smith? Jim's a brainy young fellow, perhaps a trifle modest, but withal a coming man. He was reading somebody on juisprudence when I went in, and, of course, the subject came up, naturally enough, for discussion. I settled It very quickly by saying that I had failed to find more than one or two juries that had any prudence, and that I was opposed to the...

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. — 25 November 1892

J UHl'JsUlU fUAWJI UMJBMJ BringYour to Tirr. Job Woik Tie Haethord Eepmlicajv. SUBSCRIBE roil THE TTo r wall unpliatl with the Tory lMt niAtonal good And Iihto workmon in our employ as can ba is JO, 1, MRUS, hMiAir. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TS&US S1.25 Per Annuo, In Adunce. found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. M. vol. y. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. NO. 17. A"ik22 ( u ix. "' -"y ItTasie OOtt OrC One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Fure NoV wegtan Cod Liver Oil and Ilypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda has had such a large sale is because it is "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is that Its curative properties are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces flesh and builds up the entire system. IhW) m1ila auras Otufht, ataia, Oanaumptlan, orafuta, an all Anaamla an Waatln laaaaaa. Prtnrant waatlmB In hllaYan. Aimatt paaaiuaia aa aaflk. fJM atife Aa aaaaaaa. f s Bavna, Oiiestits, Irj ...

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. — 25 November 1892

Hartford Bepublicnn ' " jt)ijfoj,t rn joiira 'Hwanoit'n "or "OKIKHOR ATOIHJ AliaAH UMIsnanj FRIDAY, NOVKMBER25, 1892. -' - - - The Democrats arc more interested juit now in r "tanfl for oiliec only" than for a tit rill for revenue only. Tiierb was a strong scent of, "1 want to be appointed to tome oflicc" in moiI all tho speeches nt the ratification hero Friday night. Trm meteoric shower night before lt may Iirtc been cmblcmntic oftlio all of Republican Postmasters about th 4th of next March. Who knows? bill hai been introduced in tho Alabama Legislature making the inviting proposition that persons whose tax amount to Ices than $5, need not pay it if they did not rote at tho pro-Tiow election. Ms. Clevklan I) has been so flooded with applications for offices since ail election that he has actually left home pass our postoffice applicants n eold potato as till the fourth of next March is a long time to wait, and b hungry, too. i Okf. faction of our Domocrntic friends say that Free Tr...

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. — 25 November 1892

y v , f :: 'J!' v SEMBMSI FAIR BROS, ft G0B, The Great MAJORITY Of people feel happiest when they have satisfied themselves that they are buying goods at the very best rates GUVIHW OUB. CO U AIT 7. In this they observe the common instinct of prudence and thrift. The manifestation of these laudable qualities . PROVES THAT THE PUBLIC JUDGMENT IS RIGHT. Fair Bros. & Co. thank this GREAT Majority for the large patronage given in the past. FAIR BROS. & CO., Props.. Hartford Temple of Fashion, Believe in the People's Wisdom. BETTER KNOWN A8 THE PALMER Nswly Fnrnishil - Rites $1 - East side Frederica, between Main MRS. CHAS. ROB Y, MRS. C. Fata! FnM! .BEaaHafch For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. N.N &M.V.R.R. mS& TRAINS 1XWK BKAVKR DAM. TRAINS OOINO WEST. He. t, Wall and Kiprtai H.10 Ha, 7, Llmctea ExpreM ll.Sr. . TRAINS OOINfl EAST. W.I,MII nd Ejprn" H. ft. I, Limited Kiprei - J a. m - ' '.,, '- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. ...

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. — 25 November 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. Sapsrintendont'i Visits. HOHTOlf, (colored.) Tuesday, Nov. 1. No. 2; M Maggio Foreman, teacher. School terj BmH,owing to a very rainy clay. HORTOrT, (WHITK.) No. 116; J. D. Oliver, teacher. Pnpili enrolled in Census Report, 73; rnpili enrolled in school, 65. Tho anraber present was quite small, owing to sickness and a heavy rain. New desks are very badly needed here. ZXCBL6IOR. No. 39; Miss Mamie Reid, teacher. Pnpils enrolled in Census Report, 47; pnpili enrolled in school, 35; pupils present, 31. An excellent showing for rainy day. This is Miss Mamie's Irrt school. A new and well furnish' d honse is badly needed. HAMILTON. Wednesday, Nov. 2. No. 6; Mrs. If. J. Harper, teacher. Pupils en rolled in Census Report, 88; pupils enrolled in school, 08; pupils present, 42; absent, 36; causes of absence, sickness among the pupils, and tho fact tbtt it was a very rainy day. The house has beon ceiled and furnished with new desks sinco last year....

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. — 2 December 1892

3 w M s r K BringYour Job Work nun to xiin The HiETEOM) Republican. SUBSCRIBE rou tiii: - Wo are well supplied 111 with the very bestinatoritil ami have in our employ aa JO, B, ROGERS, PiiMii.er, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TEM.5JI.25 Fer Annum, la Adunce, irood workmen as can be found. Pricos reasonable $1.25 per year. ML M VOL. V. HARTPOED, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1892. NO. 18. A'fcE: n ra Ke onsumption That dreaded and dreadful disease! fhat shall stay its ravages? Tlwusands fsay Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphitcs of lime and soda has cured us of stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take Seoul Emnlilon ours Oau;ha, Colda, Consumption, orafula, and all Anaamk) an Waatlnc Dlaaaaaa. Pravants waatinc in ohlltfran. aumm miXk. CMC aairaaa ptred by Stott Bowd Xotk. Bold br aUDni SEPTEMBER Marks the Opening of tho FALL and WINTER TRADE. Wo offer lor your inspection a LAR...

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. — 2 December 1892

Hartford Republican rUBLISHKD KVEHY FIUDAY MORNING. JO. B. ROUF.KH, Killtor Mill Proprietor. I . B. FRIDAY, DCEEMBER2, 1892. TV I l' " 'i i. ,,'.', - i Caneyvili.e lintl n $30,000 flro last Sunday. Cleveland's plurality in tlio Stale is 40,004. Kentucky's Democratic majority is fast fading nwaj. Motto of office-decking Democrats, "corao early and avoid the rush." There were 4,000 lees votes cast m Kentucky at the last election than there were four years ago. Tnn Democrats will have full control after March 4th the first time inco the administration of Buchanan. Dn. John W. Scott, the renera. bio of President Har rison,died in Washington Tuesday morning. The official returns from the State of Ohio shows that out of 801,000 votes casts the Republicans have a majority of 973. Cleveland is said to have a contempt for office-seekers, "that's gratitude over the left.'' It hasn't been very long since he was one himself. The wide.awako citizens of our neighboring little city, Beaver Dam, ar...

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. — 2 December 1892

f THAT COMET . STRUCK'- FAIR BROS. & CO'S STORE Last Monday night and smashed prices right and left. Every article in the house was struck on the price ticket; some struck off half, others only a quarter, and we hadn't time to re-mark them, so we concluded to sell them at Comet Struck Prices this Month. Every $15.00 Overcoat, tlio Comet Struck tho Prico to $10.00 " " " " " " 7.50 Every 12.00 to Every 0.00 " " " " " " to 0.00 Every 7.C0 " to 5.00 " ' " " " 3.50 Evory 5.00 'J to Every 4.00 " " " " " to 2.75 Our UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT Was struck in half. Look at this: All wool Red Underwear for men 50c. Pine Merino Underwear for men 50c. Ladies' Ribbed Heavv Cotton Vests 25c. Ladies' Gry Jlibbed Heavy Cotton Vests 35c. Blankets and Comforts also struck. Comforts at 75c and $1. Blankets at 75c, 81.25, $2 and $3. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Also received the same fatal strike. Everything cut less than half price. Come at once and secure a bargain in this department. BOOTS AND SHOES Go at pric...

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. — 2 December 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, DCEEMBER2, 1892. WhataroThoy Going to do About itP HAnuissnuno, Ky., Dec. 21. On tho fourth of March Grovor Clovolaml will be inaugurated President of the United States. It will be well to romomber tho issue upon Vfhich Mr. Cleveland was elected. Tho ghost of tho defunct "Forco Bill" was parndod before tho people; especially tho people of tho South, when it was shown that it meant bayonets at tho polos, and negro domination. Tho main was the question of a protective tariff, as embodied in tho McKinloy Bill. The people wore told that this iniquitous measure was tho culminating act of tho "Robber Barons." Tho people wero told that this bill enriched the fow at the oxpenso of the laboring classes; that it made pricos bettor and labor cheaper. It seems that tho pooplo think so, too, by a large majority. The question now agitating tho public mind, especially that of tho Domocratic leaders is, whether or not a special session of Congress shall be called. Tho qu...

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. — 9 December 1892

R X. - ) YDUandYOU The Harteord Bepubucm. 2" liringYour Job Work Kl K m . to tjii: SUD3011TBE roit Tiir Wo art) Trail supplied with the very beat material PUBLICAN and oou Imvu workmen in our employ us cim be as JO, 8, ROGERS, Publisher. OmCIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, T2RMS S1.25 Per Annum, !a Ate, 'otintl. Prices ruAsonahlo. 1 1 $1.25 per year. VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1892. NO. 19. ' s It is a wonderful remedy, which is alike beneficial to you and your children. Such is Scott's Emulsiou of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps them from taking cold and it will do the same for you Bcott's Kmulalon cure Coagtu, Colli, Conaumption, Scrofnla ana. all Anaemic and Waattaff Dlaeaaea. Pravanta waiting in cbJldrem. palatable na milk. Get only tae sranulnr. I'roparwt by Bontt A Bowne, ChnmlaU, Nw Turk, liold by all DruftgUtj. SEPTEMBER Murks the Opffi...

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. — 9 December 1892

Hartford Republican PUBLISHKD KVEIIY FRIDAY MOKNIMU. JO. B. ROUEUN, Eilltor ni Proprietor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1892. Tub Christmas number of Fetteis Southern Magazino is a beauty. Mit. BhxD. Rimjo, of tho Hurt ford Herald, will bo married December the 14th to Miss Emma Ryan, of liOgan county. Those who claim to know.say that the L. H. & W. R. R. will be extended to Hartford within the next two years. So mote it be. Mrs. Maky Frame, a woman of talent and education, of Richmond, Ind., has announced that the world is to corao to an end in 1809. Jay Gould, the great railroad magnate, who for years has controled the money, and largely the other markets of tho world, died at his home in New York City, on the 3d inst.He is said to be worth $100, 000, 000. Puoe.O.M. Siiultz's talk Saturday in the Teachers Association, on "Can't, Can and Will," was a happy hit. Those teachers who were in town but absent fromthe meeting weie treated to a happy, though kindly roasting. Though small in uumb...

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. — 9 December 1892

- : THAT C01vErr FAIR BROS.&CO'S 3T0RE Last Monday night and smashed prices right and left. Every article in the house was struck on the price ticket; some struck off half, others only a quarter, and we hadn't time to re-mark them, so we concluded to sell them at Comet Struck Prices this Month. Every 815.00 Overcoat, tlio Comet Btruck the Price to $10.00 " " " 7.C0 Every 12.00 to Every 9.00 " " " " " " to COO Every 7.50 " " " to ! 5.00 " " " " to 3.50 Every 5.00 'J Every 4.00 " " " " " " to 2.75 Our UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT Was struck in half. Look at this: All wool Red Underwear for men 50c. Fine Merino Underwear for men 50c. Ladies' Ribbed Heavy Cotton Vests 25c. Ladies' Grny Ribbed Heavy Cotton Vests 35c. Blankets and Comforts also struck. Comforts at 75c and $1. Blankets at 75c, 81.25, $2 and $3. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Also received the same fatal strike. Everything cut less than half price. Come at once and secure a bargain in this department. BOOTS AND SHOE Go at prices that wil...

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. — 9 December 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, DECEMBER!), 181)2. JffY SCHOOL. Speech delivered by Miss Lucy 11. Towneoinl before the County Tench crs' Association, held nt Hnrttord, Ky., Saturdny, Dec. 3, 1802: Ou n liiltsulo half-way between Sulphur Springs and Iliucs Mill, there stands a little school-house that reminds me of "In Schooldays" where the poet eays: "Around it still the sumachs grow And blackberry vines arc running." This week when I found "My School" assigned me as my subject for I becan thinking of the lives that have been made or marred in that old building. When you pats it, you no doubt think it very insig nificant, and that the school-work is in harmony with the building. But I see the work every day, and I know the inner life of those who come there, perhaps better than any one. The country hearts arc fresh and true, tin-marred by the vicious tendencies too often found in larger places. Last year I taught in a town and I doubt if ray school work was any more truly successful tha...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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