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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 16 March 1894

f . Vi " J V L JmtLL l giiiBTTMft .in in mi n j, - fmmmmmssmm OUR RULE: "Do unto ethers as would have Us." In VVding friees We consider Values. It is not a matter of small cash, but of the equivalent of whatever is'paid.That is the $ true estimate of economy. & 2 We are (governed 3 'i By the actual wearing g ity of go'ids in naming jjj Prices. A dollar's worth of W money for a dollar's worth gf of wear. Isn't that the bet ter plan? & By Ketaal Values Ji T tA in spring ana summer rics, we hope retain your confidence, and we now present the pi Latest Styles z n Spring oods i y m For inspection by the ladies Hh of Ohio county. FAIR BROS. & CO it- PROPRIETORS OF- HartfordTemple of Fashion. j IS 521 5?MEffi Friday, Makcii 16, 1894. Atlrnllo'i, 'nrnicr. My Cljdcsilale horse will stand at Ccntcitown, Ky., beginning March 15th, and closing June 1st, 1864. This being the first intioduction of this breed ol horses into Ohio county, I give the following extract from the Kncyclcopcd...

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 March 1894

Hartford Republican Friday, Makcii i6, 1894. THE LITTLE PINK APRON. Nelllo'ii pluU ui'ron l clean nml neat, Though Komctlmcs It touches licr roj foot! And n our lUrllng from homo 111 stray, Wo'll untch nlicro Us bright hile (Uili Tho plaits oo ' raoolh nml cunning on ber Will soon be rumpled by hush und burr, And we ccn fear ths'll climb llio ledge. Or drag this apron through blackberry hedgo - This llttlo plnlt apron filr and nwcot She'll danglo around her (lying feet, And wander far, for but yesterday morn She Wurroncd between tho standing corn. While nil the household ran up und down Till all astir was our llttlo town, And no one her could guess Until tho wind rustled her crlmion driest Dut ah, whatever be new and bright That wraps her form In tho morning light, Do It apron or dress, their ample folds A world of sweetness for papa holds! So, nclf hbors, plcaso her footstep heed Lest vagrant eattlo or frightened Bteid Should harm our darling, clothed to-day In llttlo pink apron an...

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 March 1894

1 N . and TJic a the leading Republican Cosmopolitan, magazine, The H A"RTM)Ti,i1 Bep u BUM. both and $L7o, one year for only foronly $2.00. jo, i mm, miiiih OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FARTV IN JHE FOURTH CONQRISSIOKAL BI5TRICT. TSAK3 S1.25 Ft '-.a, la Advance. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, JKY., FRIDAY, MAROtl 23, 1894. NO. 34. ge' N I.ODINV I M.K.MT. I.OUIN TKX. R.II Lotiirille, Si. Lull & mi ii!n , BCIir.mil.K IN KKI'ECT Koy.l. 1MI. Iio.M, No,&3, WEST HOUND. Inlljr. I'alljr. t.v. fotitfivlll 7i.m. 0.2.1p.m. Wott'olnl :ll.m. 7l"('p.tn. llmmlPiiliiirK "'7 '" '"7 P- Irylnjit'in rphniport ' P. Clmerporl 10.11 ii. in. 11:4(1 p.m. IlKHfKTlllP IlltU.lll. 10.111 p. m. Uwlnporl UMn.in. 10.-14 p.m. Uwrnilnio 1: 10 ' " "' HpollRTlllo 1:'X P- "" P- '" Ar. llcnderaon 11 p. '. 1 m. ' No.M, Ko.M, EAST HOUND. Italljr. IMj I.T.'Jtriulrriion'. 7il5n.ni. SMSp.m tJimllatlti T '" 3'31 P- " 0rn;K)ro.. .. in. 4H p. m. l.rHiKirt - " ' B "'' I'-'" llivlllc tiAla. in. Atftip.n Cloye'rport - 1" "1 "' ' P- " eirpli...

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 March 1894

LU D3 CO K M ra fa 3 0 u 3 w 4 o o 09 O 0 0. ft a o 03 H 05 m O CO O CO ft g u c3 o o p OS bf) en u A u 9 o hi t o 09 r P y 3 h Pi O "(o dress well is more theresal'i STOCK iiiWiXXa - B C Har fiord .Republican rOBLISHUD EVK1JY F1UOAY MOKX1XU JO. II. llOUK.i:. Editor and Proprietor. Fhiuav, March 23, 1894. '.Republican Ticket. Mrrlloti, v. (I. For County Judge John P.Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. For County Attorney E. P. Ncal. For Assessor X. C. Daniel. For Jailer Jown W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner G. C. Wcsterfield. MAGISTRATES: Hartford A. S. Anil. Rosine C. I Woodward. Cromwell Jont H. Wilson. Fordsville Buford coNSTiinuc: Hartford Ilosea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville Buford The only difference between the "slopshop" blind tiger and the "high toned" blind tiger is that the latter is tht slyest in his violation of the law the criminality is the same. The Dawson Times is the name of n bright am...

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 March 1894

S M ") wi 'C r,.ff "V ' '3 ' r v - os DM OUR RULE: Li 1 " . a-v would have Us." In vaP(ing l?riees gl We consider Vnlues. It is ' not a matter of small cash, hut of the equivalent of jp whatever isJpaid.That is the eg true estimate of economy, jg: We are overned p By the actual wearing fe ity of goods in naming fj Prices. A money for of wear. Isn't that the het- m ter plan? - g: By Ketcial Valcies p In Spring: and Summer Fab- m rics, we hope and expect to 88 retain your confidence, and m we now present the gj Latest Styles p In Spring (goods - ip For inspection by the ladies p S of Ohio county. j FAIR BROS. & CO I 3 PUOPIUETOIW OF jtH E Hartford Tample of Fashion. S OK Till: Ol'KNINO OF Till: jSin session OF THE BEAVER DAM HIGH SCHOOL AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. 16, 1894. Expense moat reasonable. Plans modern and progressive. Instruction thorough and practical. Advantage most excelleut. A School ior the masses. J1 Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. Common ( Primary 83 75 Scho...

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 March 1894

Hartlord Republican I'MIMY, MAIICII 33, I894. THE SECOND LOVE. nlrunne matlicmntlci nnd problem . nbstrusci ' Tbcro nro terms nlgcbrnlt Ic poo thr obtme: Hut thoslrnnircBtof all ilrowre tntginui to mo Is tho wonderful problem of One, Two nnd Throe . rnro llttlo mnlJer enrto tc vi one day Prom Mystery's Klnciloui anJ bcgeal "bo might stay. Thcro was small need for nsUIng for llttlo know sho Of tho wonderful Uiflcrcneo between Two nml Three. Tho quaint little stronger brought nothing but smiles. And queer llttlo manners nnd Innocent wiles, With numberless graces our hearts to enthrall And now she's enthroned as thr mlMrrsj of nil Ah, dear llttlo lady I 1 thlnti of tho tlmo When n lotcr went wooing n maiden sublime; And bo thought that no loimf moro tender could be: Ilut ho knew not tho difference between Two and Three. How slmplo wo were nnd how little wo knew, When rules wero established for governing you; You've broken them nil, and you sit thcro serene. As If no wero subjects nnd 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. — 30 March 1894

I A fWB N and The the Republican Cosmopoli1 The Haetdbb Republican, and 'file I.J3I in.LlGAX tan, a leading magazine, both one year for only $1.75. for only $2.00. jo, s, rqbers, hMtt, ' OFFICIAL 0R6AK OF TBI) PARTY IK CQME5310HAL 5I5.RICI, TEAKS- S1.2S h: Annum, In Adrance. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. NO. 35. N v .01)IHVILLEMr.lOIlH ATKX.H.R Loiinillii .' Mi imuiliif, BCHKDUI.K IN EFFECT NOV. I, 1891. No.5l, No.M, WEST HOUND. Illy. '""J'' l.v. I.otillllo T:45 a. m. 0 2S . in. Wentl'olnl :!. m. 7:20 .m lirandrnburft i " "' lrlnntnn m. I IT p.m. pplirntport lu.2.1 a. In. l):2l p. m. Clot crpotl " ' iw P- m' llawmvlllc ltilln.m. 10.lUp.rn. Iwlport ll:M.in. lu..llp.m Owrnidoro ": P- " ''" m Hpoll.Tlllo ;M P. " '-M P- Ar. Henderson 1P. 'w m' ,No.62, No.M, KAST JIOUNO. Illj. Il'r I.t. Henderson . TiJS . m. 3: lap. m 8KlllllC 1M S'37 Owe i.sxm :T a. m. 4:! p. in l,owlport BWa.in. S.HSp.m llawestille 8A1n.ni. tiflup.m Clowport l.0t a. m. B.7 p. m Rlrplicnspor! SO ' 6:,u...

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. — 30 March 1894

I Messrs. Clint Shields and Fritz James, of near Gillstrap, were at Select Friday. Mr. V,.H. Daugherty, of near was in town to-day. Mr. D. A. Royal and wife visited Mr. Royal's father, near Cromwell, Sunday. Mrs. Polly Baize and family, of near this place, have moved down near Gillstrap. Mr. Dovey Baize and lainily, formerly of this place,, have moved on a farm near Hartford. He had been living on a iarm of Rev. II. V. Royal's. kcv. Jioiton niiea 111s regular appointment at Select Saturday night and Sunday. Slow Bov. Not one minute elapses between the taking of One Minute Cough Cure and relief. Why shouldn't people take One Minute Cough Cure? They should. They do. L. B Beair. ' no,, to He... I Myrtie Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L Johnston, phur Springs, died Friday, .March 23, 1804. Funeral services were con-' ducted by Rev. John Ferryman, to a large audience of weeping friends. Myrtie was a kind and obedient child and loving sister. God has taken a precious jewel, has...

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 March 1894

"N V '5 OUR RULE: "Do unto ctliers as we would have others do unto Us." i, ., , - - - m .In Venf?ng friees We consider -Values. It is not a matter of small cash, but of the equivalent of whatever is'paid.That is the true estimate of economy. We are (Governed By the actual wearing quality of goods in naming , Prices. A dollar's worth of money for a dollar's worth of wear. Isn't that the better plan? By Retcial Values In Spring and Summer Fabrics, we hope and expect to retain your confidence, and we now presentvthe Latest Siyles In Spring oods For inspection by the ladies jg of Ohio county. FAIR BROS. & CO r3 l'llOPRIETOKS OF g Hartford Temple of Fashion. Friday, March 30. 1894. PHILOSOPHERS SAT Thoro's no Eating In Heaven. The average hoad of the culinary department hopes with the philosopher. But since wo must oat to live, lot's eat the best. It is always the cheapest. Our lino ot gro corles iscomplete.andyou can Always depend on it that they are pure and WHOLESOME. Wo solicit a...

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 March 1894

w " - '"- '-' HlWImil I i ii HI I'l'lhlTV'tTtl V44Jliiiu431G0R$TT3'lrtiO'"iS!t4T r ,. .1. ...,r.r i i i IT"' Hartford Kepublican Piupav. March 30, 1894. DIED IN EXILE. Louis Kossuth, tho Hungarian Patriot, Passos Away In tho Lombardlan Villa of Turin Ho Breathes his Last. Tlioiiftli Hiirriiuiiilcil liy Itioxo lie I.ov. nl Ilrsl thp Kiiilnn IWIrrinrly I'uinlul 10 be llvri llirl'mnllj' to Infrr tin ItftniiliiM In Hip I'liiilhroii, Turin, Italy, correspondent under date of March 20th, writes to the Courier-Journal as follows, concerning the great Hungarian patriot: Louis Kossuth, the Hungarian patriot, died here at 10:55 o'clock tonight, aged ninety-two. Several times during, the past few j ears his death hntl been hut with remarkable vigor he rallied. This morning, after being enfeebled for some weeks, it became evident that the end was near, and those dearest to him were summoned to his bedside. Kossuth's end was extremely He showed signs of consciousness until the last He expired in...

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 April 1894

"v - - I ,i..n rrrrnf T 1-1 Tf tf I ate 3bQS The Republican 'Hie !Tr?tn to ix and the Cosmopolitan, The Habteot) Republican. i:iil ' a leading magazine, bolh one year for only $1.75. for only $2.00. j T" JO, 8, ROGERS, Fabliiher. OFFICIAL 0R0AK OF M FARITJFU. tva FOURTH COHQRESSIOK.L EISIEIR. ? Annan, la Airanei. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FHDAY, APRIL 6, 1894. NO. 36. ? N y & i. C v ft ' . 1 17 tit r fc f i I.UVIIIVILLB.NT. A TEX. K. H LotiiTilli. Si, Luii & mi illi i; , BCHEDUI.K IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1M1. No.61, No,M, WEST HOUND. DHy. DHy. Lt. T.tts.m. i.Mp.m. Writ Point .U.m. 7.20 p.m. Hnniientjitrg .U.m. J.07 p. m. IrvlnKton " np.m. rpheniport IO.JS m. .21 p. ro. Cloferport WMs.m. 0.46 p.m. IIwe.Tlll... llill.in. 10 10 p.m. Kewisport 11 Ms.m. W.Mp.w. Ownbnro l P- m. Hill p. HpotliTille ! P- - P-,n- Ar. Hmi Jf r.o l.M p. m. U . m. No. 82, No. 64, EAST BOUND. Dlljr. Uiljr Lt. Ilendtrnon - Til5s.m. 3:18p.m BpotUtllle l.lTs.m. 3 37 p.m. 0.sro. ..... a 47 . m. M p. m. UnLport tis.m...

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 April 1894

Ul CO P N i.s w B o o (A 8 8 O 00 3- O 0 I o p. n! 0) a 0 & O CO 13 o A U o CO a I A o o CO a o A U 1 u 9 A v Ph in Hi i o CO 8 8 is & Hartiord Republican PUBU8HED EVIUtY FRIDAY MOKNIBO joT B. KOOKKH. . Editor nl 1'roptietuf. FRIDAY, Al'RU. 6, 194- Republican Ticket. i;lrrtliu. . (I. For Comity Judge John P.Morton. For Sheriff Cal P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr For County Attorney- K P. Ncal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer Jown V. iilack. For Surveyor G. S. FiUhugli. For Coroner (J. C. Westerfield. magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward. Ciomwell Jont II. Wilson. Fordsvillc Uuford constiihi.u: Hartford Ilosea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. D. Martin. Fordsvillc Buford PHILOSOPHERS SAY There's no Eating in Heaven. The average head of the culinary department hopes with the philosopher. But since we must eat to live, lot's et the best. It is always the cheapest. Our line of is complote.andyou can Always depend on it that they are pure a...

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 April 1894

" K : y y Ui CO H & O 0 8 o 9 o 00 o 0 v Si 0 o p. on 0 O CO 43 M a u o CO a u CD Pi 3 CD 9 O o 09 8 h eg CD tfi U u 9 o Pi Hi Hi i o CO U P CD 3 Hartiord Republican PUBLISHED nVKIlY FlllOAY MOIUJ1NO JO B. KOURHH. Killlor unit I'roprirWr. Friday, Amui, 6, 1894. Republican Tiokot. I'.lrrllnli. .Nov. l. For Comity Julge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cnl 1'. Kcown. For County Cleric D. M. Hockcr For County Attorney- IS P. Neal. For Assessor N C. Daniel. For J.iiler Jown W. illack. For Surveyor G. S. Filzhupn. l-'or Coroner G. C. Westerfidd. MAGISTRATES! Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. I.. Woodward. Ctomwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville Buford constmu.k: Hartford I losea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville Buford PHILOSOPHERS SAY There's no Eating in Heaven. The average head of the culinary department hopes with the philosopher. But since we must eat to live, lot's eat the best. It is always the cheapest. Our line of gro cerles is complete,andyou can Always depe...

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 April 1894

' w . , .i ' ' MA -3 v Si . f . J A" f i ? HR9Wwjj te Attori oev CanotriRngland yesterday. X w i4 shipment Cpfson S: Miss MayxCox left visit opeveral weeks r"Auburn. AlrT. J. Bo.artu is ercoca tine looacco Dai cross the River. wkich. Psw 'rFTrrft?' "rwr'7?r Strange Things Hove often been discussed. Hut the strangest thing is how vc can afford to sell n ladies' Shoe for $1.25 that luis been sold for $3. Such strange things as this we arc doing with our entire stock of goods. We may be cnllcd April fools for it, but we realize that people buy goods where they can be had the cheapest, and we are working for your trade in this way. And did it ever occur to you that merchants who sell on credit charge cash customers the same they do credit ones? We have no bad debts to make our customers pay for. The amount saved in this way is tremendous and you get the benefit of it if you deal with us. Our Spring CLOTHING Is in and we are making our competitors tremble with the prices we are relling t...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 6 April 1894

I? N "'. . fSttft j u J ) V r 1 iv 1 v a k ? u. fyO"f ' ? " ''' ' J Ynn can ik GrocejUs'of 1 i s : , s weirf fc. M t Strange Things Have often been discussed. Hut the strangest thing is how we can afford to sell a ladies Shoe for $1.25 that luis been sold for 53. Such strange things as this we arc doing with our entire stock of goods. We may be called April fools for it, but we realize that people buy goods where they can be had the cheapest, and we are working for your trade in this way. And did it ever occur to you that merchants who sell on credit charge cash customers the same they do credit ones? We have no bail debts to make our customers pay for. The amount saved in this way is tremendous and you get the benefit of it if you deal with us. Our Spring CLOTHING Is in nnd we arc making our competitors tremble with the prices we arc relllng them at. Suits they sell at $15 we let go at $9, and such fathc amount we will save you h through our entire Clothing Stock, which we have no ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 6 April 1894

Hartford Republican Friday, 6, 1894. WOMEN AND MONEY. Banker:) Sooff at tbo Idon of Their Inability to Transact Bualnoea. Fair Onn Are Mora Satisfactory flrpaalu or Than Men-Hun Hanking Cater to Their Comfort and Convenience. There nrn half a dozen uptown banks which do three-quarters of their business with women. Situated in the residence and shopping .districts, they are used for the housekeeping and private purses of thoso women who have incomes of their own or are paid quarterly allowances by husbands or fathers. The old jokes anent woman's Inability to transact money matters are scoffed at by tho officials of those banks. They say that women are much more satisfactory depositors than men, seldom If ever overdrawing their accounts and presenting ttelr books at regular intervals to be written up. The constant presence of ladies has, however, necessitated a chango in the arrangement of the bank building Itself. One in particular, in tho heart of the shopping district, has had Its ...

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 April 1894

k ywgtyWW1" ' ES WBtSeSW(Jteaii. , Ayftlllkqilliphjipp """H and Tlio tlio Republican Will show THIS how you TAG aland with Cosmopolitan, Hot Republican. The DED i no uopuoiican. way up and onoyoarln Advance nnd we a leading magazine, III soncl yon Tlio Louisville Wookly Commercial ono yoai for only $2.00. froo. Subscribo at onco. JO, B, RQ3ER5, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF ME PARTY ill 1118 FOURTH COMESSIQNAL 3!5.gltf . TSRM3 $1.25 hi Aeooq, h Adrancs. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. NO. 37. I I'M J k s V I,III1NV1M.E,NI'. l.OIHH A TKX. R.R louhiills. S Lnli & mi liluj . EClII'.DUMi IN EFFECT NOV. J, 1MI. No.M, No.M, WIOT HOUND. Dally. Dully. I,T. Uiils lllo 7il8 . in. 2.1 p. in. Weil Point 811 m. 7:20 p. m. Jlrntitlenliiirn :I7 . m. S.07 1. m. Irtlnston . " 1 37 p. m. p.!i ii'pntt 10.2-1 m. 8.21 p. m. Clorinrt'. 1MI ! 0:10 n. m. lUwmvlllo Ilitln. in, ID.lop. m.V 1ft 1J n m I I.cw!lort lhvsn.m. Ornboro II: 10 1', m. 11:11 p.m. Hpotlntille 1:" P- m. U.Mp, m. Ar. l...

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 April 1894

7- A IS' "V, 4 Hartford Kcpublican runiasiiuu Kvr.uv ritiiuv mousing JO. II. IUM1EKN. Killlor nml ProprlCor Friday, Aran. 13, 1894. Bopublicau Tickot. I'.lrrllon, nv II. For Couuty Judge John l'.Moiton. - ForSherJIT Cal. I. Kcowtt. - For County Clerk D. M. Hocl:er. For County Attorney- K. P. Ncal. . For Assessor N. C Daniel. For Jailer Jown W. rilnck. For Surveyor C S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner O. C. Wcstcrfieltl. MAOISTRATKS: Hartford A. S. Aull. Kosinc C. L. Woodward. Cionnvell Jont D. Wilson. Fordsville ' Buford coNSTiniLC: Hartford Hosea Shown. Rosinc Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville -. Buford PHILOSOPHERS SAY Thoro's no Eating in Heavon. Tho average head of the culinary department hopes with But since we must eat to live, let's eat tho best. It is always the cheapest. Our line of gro corles is complete.andy ou can Always depend on it thatthoy ar'o pure and WHOLESOME. We solicit a share of your patronage. Prices always consistent with quality. TRACY & SON. Court i...

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 April 1894

' - , ", V V ' 4 ,1 F ' ,-Y '' . . !? l. IH. ,' NEW TIMK TABI.K. ftff wrwT. ni'PKCTIVR Al'RIL 8, 1894, P- No. s, Mail 11:48 a. m. No. 7, I.im. Ex 1 1:25 !." No. 31, (Local) 4-351'. . 15AST. No. 6, Mail -5 P. - No. 8, Lim. Ex 3- a. m. No. 32, (Local) 5-54 a. m. H. Mrrrick, Ag't, Beaver Dam. Friday, Aprh. 13. 1894. See Carson & Co. for Fertilizer. Trade with Canon & Co. We arc the grocers at Carson & Co. Carson & Co. are the leaders in Dress Goods. We can knock 'em all out on Clothing at Carson & Co. Editor A. J. Casey, of Owensboro, spent Sunday in town. Don't buy your Millinery until you see Fair Bros. & Co's line. Big line WhiteGoods.Lawns.Mulls, Dimities at Fair Bros. & Co. If you are going to get married and need a new Suit, see Carson & Co. Bil line gentlemen and ladies Russian calf shoes at Fair Bros. & Co. Mrs. W. H. Griffin visited friends and relatives at Rockport this week. New style Alpine shape hats tor young men only 1.00 at Fair Bros....

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 April 1894

" Hartford Republican Fhiway, A mil. 13, i:SM. FAMOUS DESPERADO DEEDS. A Chnptor on tho Bnntllts Known ns tho Daltcn Gang. llssll.M I'r.ia! tlncri inn! I.'ii.lfti V. I'ii "lcfirlori n IJcilprii .Ni" roHHlly Inlrri'stlitKrr. Niiniporn Career of nine. i'i;:;nsvi.vaxia kit In Missouri years ago, people us-ed to frij;litcn littlecltildreti to sleep with the names of the James boys. In these days they still call Fear to tho aid of Morpheus, but it is by mentioning the bandits whom criminal history knows as the Dalton gang. lit successors ol Missouri's famous bandits, ptodticts of Kansas border life began a reign of terror in the nation, as the Indian Tctritory was known within its old confines, that received no serious check until the Cofieyvillc bank robbery was and executed Oct. s, 1S92 This event might be called the Waterloo of the original gang of bandits, but enough of thcr.i were left to continue, with the aid of kindred spirits, a career of lawlessness which has made them feared i...

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