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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 25 April 1902

Hartford Republican Issued frldaai + ar U Hatlfontfut Cojueorfcratid iUriilKiiUifOititncimiciiKlmnil nutter Ci x2e2xssorsa CusnberlencMI4 CusnberlencMI4R Roach zuverMza JOHN 1IEJBT TJlOJlAIIME4Uori I FRIDAY APRIL 25 J BELGIUMS troubles teem to be oer 1I r I CANT somebody by a superhuman I effort say something new on the beef a trustDiua DALLAS gave the advance guard of c Confederate Veterans a warm reo 1 caption Jut week ATTORNEY F T Burkhead of f Owensboro blossomed out for Cir cult Judge this week s A BILL granting tbe widow of Prea t ident McKinley a pennon of 5000 a 1 year became a law last week t U TBERE are two prospective caudi d dates for Commonwealth Attorney b to fill the vacancy which has existed e in that office for the put ten years li FOB any information of any kind a whatever concerning the Philippines from the Misty haze of prehiitono p time down tonow see fbe Herald of l this week f II THE twelfth annual meeting of the I United Confederate Veterans Asso I elation be...

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 April 1902

IJ i f Surprises FOLLOWt T I Surprises i t fiEach day brings new attractions each r 2 week adds new fame and glory to our T > house This week we are going to offer a t few specialsnot baits but goods bought T under price and offered to you at a price t i that other houses cannot quote you r i SPECIAL NO I 4f Fortyfourinch all wool black and blue Skirt j ing 60c Actual value Ooc Ladies wanting a Skirt or Coat Suit should avail themselves of this Special SPECIAL NO 2 Twentyfive pieces of fino sheer figured Lawns all now Spring shades Our special prico is lOc j Same quality as all other houses got 12ic for 4 Dont fail to see these They aro very desirable I SPECIAL NO3f Five pieces of eightcent quality White Goods 3 in stripo and small check tho very goods for children Our special prico is 5c per yard SPECIAL NO4 Hoset 3 t boulht in case lotsa regular 20c quality Ours2 special price per pair lOc Dont pay lOc for a 1 cheap common black hose like others sell See these and you will have...

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 April 1902

k i j I l SrI AtGelaMePrcparationrorAs III I similatlng the Food ondltcUiiIa 1 UmJtheStoinaclB and Bowels of Promotes DigeslionCheerTiir ° ncss mill n5tConlalns nelllicp nor1iitcm1 nor r i vuimi A u 1imiL jw AUIIVII i KOT NARCOTIC OrtRCOTICiar iar OIlrSJJllE1tmllER 1 t JiJ JJ SJII A1ri J w Ir7rorL Jt F4w I SApcrTcclTlcmcdy forConslipn lon Sour StotnachDiarrhoca WormsConvulsionsFcvcrish WormsConvulsionsFeverjshnesSmiJLOSSOYSLEEP ncss and Loss OF SLEEP I nesSmiJLOSSOYSLEEP1cstre i L2 JKEW YORK It LcLXACTCQPYOrWRAPPRrJ > I 1 CASTORIA I For Infants and ChiIdlonI I 1N The Kind You HavcN I Always Bought Bears the I I Signature IA of c Lhi 1J Use g s b r For Over c f Thirty Years e s b i CASTORA S h t t TMC CINTAUN CMMPANV ItwYomNGrTY 1 pt FIELD < ft SON t t TRANSFER = = LINE b cc w = I onc DlCAVEn AU g 1T3TW DBL5LT AFAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE t VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED t I Our Clubbing List t iJ MelMHe Hk MBMMHBHBHMHM i Republican and TwiceaWeek CourierJourn...

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 May 1902

t I r 1 TiiR4 hARTFORD REPII3LICAN1 p4 I 1 j 1 it Fine Job Work a Specialty I OFFICIAL ORBAN OF TEE PART IK TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DI5IBICI > Subscription 1 ayer YOLXIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 2 1902 Noi4L 4 1 tj i SYNOPSIS JOf School Laws Passed by p I the General Assemblywlth L Explanations of the Same i and Suggestions as to Their IEnforcement i Continued from last week Jo > In addition tQ the plan outlined k vfoY bulidjngisajjool houses under the 4ilovIlonl of eetlo n7 8pflther meth 04 WIOVd IdectIo 8 Tb iold law limited the purposeitor whic t a tax could be voted in the district I to the extension ol the lerm and the better payment ol the teacher The new law reenacta the law aa to voting otaxforthe purpose but provides I that the district may also vote a tax > for the purpose ol building a house A bare mjorlty of those voting will autborite the levying of the tax for f J three year provided the notices ad i vertisiug the election atate that the tax la to run for tbree...

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 May 1902

1 J Hartford Republican Illi4 frHait b tli HttUni f Coliiton oratl lulled it Dirtftrd postolfitt it lICoadclm mill tntUi = nc7BQ Eo fc 5r1 n4IO Je nO1Ch n rTMQ JOIIVJIFVKY TIIOMAN Killlnr FRIDAY MAY a b isfb1inb t the new SIiaulab SIiaulabf 94r p i i Ioi TiiitEE million dollars are soon to 1 V N It Ig spent 111 embellishing the military wsndemyatiWc8t Point it BETWEEN the bolos of the savages jjf Bajuar and the court martali tlie soldiers In the Philippines are having tough time y vJiTEnuNo MORTON former Sec rttary of Agriculture under Clove anUQiclattbe homo of his son in Ch CJgo ast Monday V > = l T I MBV HOAR of Massachusetts was tbedn1y Benatbr to insult the Amerl jban Workinemen by voting against the Chinese exclusion bill F 4 > i 80 SMITH RUSSELL died in Wash jn brfMdriuay When he laughed the world laughed with him but IIOW lbirgreaiaftora genius will thrill the theatrical world no moreand all fun iv manlty mourns 0 4 MiLB fioux U making an effort to revive4 the Dreyfus ...

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 May 1902

= iiof Surprises t FOLLOW Each day brings now attractions each week adds new fame and glory to our house This week we are going to offer a few specialsnot baits but goods bought under price and offered to you at a price that other houses cannot quote you SPECIAL NO le L Fortyfourinch nil wool black and bluo ftkirt ing 50c Actual value 05c Ladies wanting a Skirt or Coat Suit should avail themselves of this Special SPECIAL NO 2 Twentyfi vo pieces of fine sheer figured Lawns all now Spring shades Our special price is lOc Same quality as all othor houses get 12Jc for Dont fail to sco these They aro very desirable SPECIAL NO3 Five pieces of eightcent quality White Goods in stripo and small check the very goods for children Our special price is 5c per yard SPECIAL NO 4 This is a childs seamless black ribbed Hose bought in case lotsa regular 20c quality Our special price per pair 10c Dont pay lOc for a I 4 cheap common black Hose like others sell Seo these and you will have no other l SPEC...

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 May 1902

I S r 1IT L I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 2 Illinois Central Railroad Tlmo Table New time url Inking eflVct Sunday Dee 2 1 MO at noon North flnniMt MuliSh Ilonitd Non dae 611 ii m No ill do llITi m No loila47p m No Ml dno J4Tp n No 19 due 1S3 p m No Ill doe 845 p m total Faclghta No 1M doe 7COam No Its do i7 pm S D VIXMITSI Agent v PISO S CURE FOK i Beit Cough Syrup TattMOowt CM n KXnaE2 UZI > iniC aaa Hi M CONSUMPTION FIDDLING FOR VOTES Candidates who Can Not Fiddle Heve Other SchemesKen tucky Contests A dispatch from Louisville to the Memphis Commercial Appeal says Music Is playing an Important pArt In the congressional campaign now on in a number of the Kentucky dls trlcts At every political gatherini In the State the candidates are at tempting to secure the votes of the audiences with the charms of music So general has the custom become since this campaign opened that the race in various districts has resolved itself into a fiddlers contest and the i candidates who can not...

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 May 1902

I r t it THE HARTFRZIIEPUL1CKN IiJ c j 4 I UO t 1 1 h mu Fine Job Work aSpecialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PABT T IXTHErOUaTB CONGRESSIONAL DISTaICr Subscription 1 a year I I VIOL XIV 4 HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 9 1902 No4 I c IHENEWwAY Common Sonso for Women r laitlm KbiiuM Itntil i > > lhi > jilml iii4 Jnt Hoc r < w all i Ittlon rum frnnr All Womankind flay ISHUMIM llrlnlit Kr Fntr HkluHlronicth nnd Ha U lloultti Hoinja Dr tailor tlin tnmnn Kiwith iror IIlIoh < i linn ibtiitnl hi hoi llto In lli t eUdy nl CIUINI Mil bius wini the bl Uirt ill 1 1 nf lion tUrtinub kU wmitofillr lanmtal > nu lli mining Ik Iral fomlllm 01 Vial WOMAN A HFHOINK Woman a heroin anja tho Doctor and krr r itnirkiibti duand ability to wltbulond Ib racMi trlng ordaal duprl admiration Kb U a pIte to th natural el1 ol btr M < bkb MI oltiit4mii h r to roitor lb nrratmt IrUUnuJ aafer IB xlIeqti ratktr thall consul vn Iwr faUT tbtI Ifto eip hl tO fo04AiJqat If1 r tsaalnatloD AIirKfcTUItY lleniraliln...

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 May 1902

7 j r I r t1 < t ta U s = r u lie It Silll = i 4o Hartford Republican glA Ittati f tldant tit flit HarlfordPult Colnccrporalia h i litid it Hiittord wslelflti is wondclasJ mail mittii w st rcC1no o h c = Ioz1an o n A 1V = = JOHN IIKMIY TUONAN Editor HRir AYMAY 9 KiiiNAiiiuo children for ransom is becoming a fail lMilors children are of couire exempt ty WK nbcorvu by a letter in the ITartfiwi Herald this week that Jake KowGiBBtill very drunk TnE8t < Loui8 Worlds Fair man agera have given notice that the fair baa been postponed until 1004 THE Ohiu county divorco mills un like the mills of the gods grind rapid ly Observe m another column the grist fortho spring grind 01 TrreState Board of Equalization 11 baa increased the assessment of Ohio t1 county four percent Ben should it have done better for bis homo county MR RifJiioa friends will view with to alarm Jako Howes assurances of sup ly port of that gentlemans candidacy ly for the Democratic nomination for to Commonwealths Attor...

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 May 1902

1 4 jf c T f Attractive Specialties NII t New Spring Goods 4 AI It15he ECONOMY L Dry Goods Ne I Store NS IiDress Goods I Wo receive now things in this department every rook e lhis is tho pltico to find anything you want from a neat cal ico dress to the finest silk All tho newest uptodate things for Ladies Miases and Children Wash Fabrics in the Jai Jlt est designs > Clothing Also a fine lino of Clothing just received Now Hats now Shirts now Neckwear now Hosiery in fact everything inow found in a firstclass Gents Furnishings department Tho latest atclnom styles economy prices 1Fine Shoes Our Shoo department was never more complete Wo cant q t give you anysizo style or price For early spring Drear L It wear ask to see our Ladies 275 Patent Vici This is a Kf t beauty Also a fine lino of Mens Patent Vici nnd Misses nnd Childrens Shoes Notions Etc 1 t1iingBf f 4 in tho way of Uolte Brooch Pins Hair Ornaments Belt Pins reliable Jewelry 1 etc Wo soIl tho W B Corset and g it is Hip best ...

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 May 1902

t j I t Ot t q P < < 1 r i Hartford Republican A FRIDAY MAY 9 Illinois Contra Railroad Tlmo Ta b to w time curd Inking effect Sundny DM f nUll at noon Non Is llnnnil Niinlh llnitmt Nu 131 due BJ7 a lu No ISI duol117 n in No 1W lIanl i m No lul dqe TAJ p in to Nolttduel30p No 131 doeS4Bp m L41t1t EiIghI Nol ldu 7Uinm No lltt doe S1I i m 8 II VAXMCTIR Agent to uMS tThEH ALL tk IMLS I Dot Ootihi < jrrup TUtaiiiMi CM lor I In tIme HnM br druevlrta JNSUMPTJON NEXT MEETING IN JUNE ly County Superintendents and the Next Kentucky Educational Association Hon H V McChesney State Suo perintendent of Public Instruction ad dressed the following to the various County Superintendents of the State lo The County Superintendent Is the vitalizing animating professional spirit of the tcliool work in every as county in the State if his adminis It tratlon is vigorous forceful and pro gttsslve it will tell in the spirit of his teaching H he fiats criticism and de lu generates into a tfmeserVer hi...

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. — 16 May 1902

A THE lLffiTJIDtD REPUBL C N Ii Fine Job Work a SpecialtyOFFl rUOUAH OF m U TfnnSE rODEIHCONSRESSIONALDISIEICI Subscription 1 a year VOL X3 HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 16 1902 JNo43 nu POWERFUL MEN OF THE EAST AD UUrMllDR Kiplanmlun ot tbrlr Itiuiinl mrrbKtb r TlmNrtntollUflrilnrrHou Vllnlltr sn4 Km Forre Jraluaiiljr Itmrdrd Wuuirniil llarrmCurapnanil Iolloa Who Ittfurrnallnt KU1 art Alnioit llliw S utoui and AiluaUhlig lb UiMl 8blIII 1 Th looilrat hiipni ut nurlnilor niMlcra nvkrni nllr total of IVrjvtiial olbInI mrrHv hat almrd hlibrr thin lb mnlU nchlTfd Iij the nmrvtUiu roB > o ad known I ttmiDKhuil lb Kail u Kit UOKIIIIl 1 TrnrrllrnrrtinilnKluEirap bar from timi i In time brought ailniUblir InlM ul the reiI Ttnatlaic HtrtUiirodacvdby tbU Wonder of the I IrlrtCroJflr t CroJflr eon > oondrdby the Qmcmpt 110t lUtnifrem foraalu baaiM JonaorMllrorj t Itineration to ircnrrntion the mrt ot lUU prep t aratloa thus jMloulj lfUroIed mud known ouij Ui the lumutm of the harem end the Cour...

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. — 16 May 1902

r I c t I J 0 1 nr + j H J r t t J1l rf = < = 7 = Hartford Republican 1 I Inmi FrHitit fill Hattfardfub CoJaeorporati I ilitel atlartl8rtp lalficio coiidclass null nulti J 1 = = = J1 n = J cu = Iorln nh nlv = = j JOHN 1IFVUY TIlIU1NEUnr FRIDAY MAY IGI 1 1 A RILL admitting Arizona NewI Mexico and Oklahoma to Statehood bee passed the House 1 HON 1 F liiBKHRAt of Owens I lioro wants to succeed Judge W T Owen as Circuit Judge of the Sixth f Judicial District GovERSon Davis of Arkansas bu pardoned negro convict on the con dition that ho become a citizen ofi Massachusetts Queer what lort of I stuff ArkanEawyera make Governor of GENERAL Nelson A Wiles the ranking officer of tho American Army burefused to act as pal1bear r at tbl funeral of Rear Admiral Sampson Decent Americans everywhere will endorse the early retirement of Gen cml Miles J EDWIN ROWE was fined 10GJ J an costs for drunkenness in the po J lice court at Calhoon Saturday AB 1 a remedial agency fining has failed in its effec...

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 May 1902

r t l r J t tOurH 1 LIT LE i LITTLEPrices i 4p Arc the result of light expenses careful 44 buying and a willingness to take less than the usual profits for our goods Now that the hot weather is here jt finds us well fixed for your comfort Qualities the 4c highest Prices lower than anybody Service thp best t t SPECIALS 4iF Jig lino qf Lawns regular Go goods at 50 7 TwoiityHvo pieces Sheer 121c Organdies at lOc t i Big line iRe Dimities at 15c It Now Ginghams actual value 12 cnt lOc Tow Fans very dainty 5c lOc 15c 2Ocnnd 2 c r + Ijidiea Gauze Vests 5c to ROo T J 43Iaek Lace Striped Hose 2oc Childs Kibbcd Hose 10en regular Inequality r Mens Fino ShirtH2 collars 1 pair culTs 50c of t Glens Fancy Half Hose lOc to o6 C I 44 glens Light Weight Undershirts 25c liens Low Cut Shoes 100 to 250 + c Choice lino of hml4 Straw Hals 25o to 100 Ladies Strap Slippers 150 to 200 t ° fy Bring us your Wool Eggs Ginseng s A Feathers Chickens Hams Etc Highest Jj market prices paid tDo your Spring Trading ...

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 May 1902

Vh J t fTllo Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in uso for over 3O years tinS borne use slfrnatnro of A and has been inado under his pcr InfnncyW W I Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasjjood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms f find allays Fevcrislincss It cures Diarrhoea nnd Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cureS Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural Bleep r I Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Blathers Friend t CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 1 r fj The Kind You Have Always Bought j In Use For Over 30 Years TMCetMTAUN COMPANY n HUHMAV THCCT NCW VOH...

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 May 1902

I i i r fl Tini fR IJ ro RDt llrtic L > i F H t SpecialtyQI1AL OBUR OPTBE PAEIT 1llft flCIfltQWDIS2C1 T Subscrpti6hjla year 1Fine Job 1 Work a Specialty HARTFORD KY F4PLY MAY 23 1902 No44 VOLVXTVY Hi i thHARTFORD < J ri I THE NEW WAY I Common Sonso for Women IJndlM BboalJ Bend ut tio LiitMt pi Mot Par tnutlal liaportatlun frpuYraM V All Woaianklnil Iy roanana Ilrlght Kjx Fair Hkld HtrvaKtb aad Uuu4 Health pi KouIrIAflurdtbfimon Firoch prar tlttottr who bai dTbnMttji vault Wato thi atniljrot oouin aa4 bnawyn th > bUbmt dU an llnrtloa through bU nolxierrallfanmnitat jte tlr onionic Ibi flnt lamtllM ot Iarti S HUMAN All tiHIIINK VToftMi U a hrrolw aajra lio l > Of tar atid bi is rtaiarlnLt nduncrf hnJ ability to vllhuland tbt mMt trjIOK ordral rouiiwla admiration cal t > ka U a I Ion to tkt Natural Htxktr ot h r MI in blf b io otulenwl b r to nJur tho gmat t IriiiU a4 taferla allrac rathtr tkaacqault br PanU 1bjilrUa baring to upon I kmtUto DKMMT < wtlooloK gil probAb...

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 May 1902

S IJL 7h4ia2aiLI J wI VS ¼ F I Trtl I 1 I c 2 Hi f r J I = = h I I r 1 > Hartford Republican Sli Wd frlJjtil b i tin Hartford Pub CoJitcirporatti t nil ilHjitlotdp toficiieeondtlas5niailinjlU Yw L = rnQPrq > i CzndQn O nGih niv Q JOHN IIUVUY THOMAS i < lllnr p FRIDAY MAY 2ji 1 ANOVNCEMEiTM 0 > t ForIIrrIiJiuslr Ifr ire antborhe4 to aiounWI OhS a tounhy 01 a canilidat or Ufcult 1Judl utbt IIlslb JDdklallllltltubld lulh IIrllo of tli lJHuoratw 1 4rty tT i i THE stars and stripes were Grace fulljr furled in Cuba Tuesday and r Cubatook seat in the council of nations that day 1 COL W J Bryan is in Cuba just how Mr Bryan started to Cuba I about three years age at the expense J of the Federal Treasury butwell there was fighting goingOn over there i then I SEE in this issue the announce ment of Judge W T Owen for the nomination of tho Democratic party forrorclccliou to tbepOico of Circuit Judge Judge Owen is wjoljjiuown rto tho people of the district as a gen t Jlemaii and ala w...

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 May 1902

YAr r r m i r S I 4 d = ctc ctc ctc ctc ctcctcf tOur + t LITTLE + ow e b s i Prices tAre the result of light expenses careful buying and a willingness to take less than 2 4c the usual profits for our goods Now that 4iiio hot weather is here it finds us well s4 fixed for your comfort Qualities the j4 highest Prices lower than anybody T Service the best tService a 5 sji SPECIALS 7 Big lino of LaI181 regular Gc goods at 5c f i jsi Twentyfive pieiis Sheer 121o Organdic at fOe I Dig him 18o Dimities at ICc 4 i Now Ginglnuns actual value i2 cnt lOc a Now Fans very dainty Jjc lOc 15c 2Ocad 25c t Ladies Gatixo Vests Ho to fiOo y I i Ulaek I ico Striped Hose 2oc tt 4sc Childa Ribbed Hose 10cn regular 15c quality 4 Mens Fine Sliirfe 2 iollara 1 pair euild 50c 4e Mens Fancy Half Hose lOc to COc Moils Light Weight Umloraliirte 25c MWIIH Iv Cut Shoes OOto25O 4sF Choice him Mens Straw Hats 25o to100 4 relics Strap Slippers 150 to 200 f F Bring us your Wool Eggs Ginseng 3 Feathers Chickens Hams Et...

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 May 1902

I I UTq 1 i l t I t d jc L = AfcelrblclVcpntalionrorAs IAetb1e toeFoodandllcduIa LI Unf tUebioinachs andDwrels of 1 k t Promotes DigcslionChecrfur Iness and JtcstConlalu5 neither i Onitim Iorpliiac norlliiicraL KOT NMIC OTIC r i f 4iuiadJ1sLvzzn7cTR 3ainLaIfitTmsm r fitTmsmltaILd IIroiotcs 5 TIJY4L4W IAApafeci Remedy forConslipa r Hon Sour StouuichDiarrrioca p orms Convulsions feverish 0 ness nnil Loss OF SLEEP 1 FacSimile 4 Signnlurt of t KEV YORK l tXACT COPYO WRAPPER J IOWRAPPC BLANKSEVERYBODY GETS A PRIZE 250000 CASH PRIZES FREE YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO TWO GOOD PAPERS I A GUESS IH THE CONTEST A Beautiful PICTURE Worth SI UkiThlkCV ALL FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PAPER THE REMAUKADLE OFFER THE WEEKLY AMERICAN NUHYIUC TCNIl nd our rer jOlnU mAlco the followlog01l0n To the > utiorll > cr or ulnvrlbrn In Ith pt t per from whom wo reccUa tlio corrrct or neamteorrcctiii < ilorguieionthennin 1 rheocr C Icrof hoc < head < of tobacco to M received in c CAsio RIA For Infants and Chi...

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 May 1902

I < ii t Hj fIj f I Alt TOO B < D REmBLfek iN t I d Fine Job Work a Specialty I OFFICIALUUIOFTBEPAiTfIKTBEFOUITBCONGBESSlONALDrnarcr Subscription a year 1 Jo r VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 80 1902 JSo45 ROMANCE OF A SlOOOBIU ItBegan In War Times and Saved One Southern Familys Fortunes There was n time In the 11101 the confederacy Mid the Southern cold Bel when we had BO little regard Jor the North or so much for ourselves that we didnt think a roll di green back waa worth any more than a rot of wall paper Out of this feeling grew a very pretty Hill romance which began la Holly Springs MM and ended at the Filth Avenue hotel Jn Few York City lOr was a 3oUng fellow of the en en1i tbtiiiitlc orttUttWUv ltte ly IB the final success of oujrcauie and when lr 1862 Van Dora swung round into Holly Springs and captured Grants money and atores I was on lund with the boys whooping it up In great shape Among the articles captured was a big lot ol greenbacks fiocoooo or 3000000 more or ItU...

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