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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 1 November 1895

R t P it R T 4 hy tfcHtftdl( nxrtiitr. m SV ?n- anoBOo. OoTTLta, Jm CP A. )j. Nr ilrtUrt Ammw , 'HiminUlafrM. Jtm ...Sqy VOL. THE P8UTISM. SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH, tlffthfil on Hil Z'ntur.r.i..if, c ? rftlirf of tha Commnriwrtt.tlj, Uki 'rrfclt.UU II htm Collftjc, aurl tho Nfrrclnry ni Trrurri nf ttit tUrnrlljr Trutt sunt HAfety M4U 4'0 ftUtilnviu IMplotUbW KlK'Otfm.NIt:.) II ifurniraffturcMffal t(Knt, whniMirlt ac r irnte hundrrtlaot tjin4rttii3rf dollurs j r it'itum, filfrinRNCT.. K)itj if the lMMn pro ? r find biiftln inun W are Id fnfcAi m 1 twvrjn. jm of tvrluul, trit(fl eUutlnr llfatrnrllan uA In evpry t VtK'Jm. ittbtftiuAl ibr MoHif r 1 Inn. MTIVT AM lIUJIirrtT AWARlN. ' All tb Ort 1 rctJjjm. uolJ t.tid Urnr Mfelaln una iHitlouia4, Ha," ul th Inlrrnnllurml IlJtnBUtlon, wnlcd Hi vystctn n( llnoh.Kreplnv urd In tbu C'oUrfe. Efead r Itiilnp4 lriiirlmit( IS rftf pmrtlpul iBWAiK w book.kprfttirt Mttrt nrrounuiit, IIKJllKHT AVAI(I IP lilflXI'.H i:lkONm(). tOM of Hhortbind taught In thl...

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. — 1 November 1895

IS" :i i a WIDE WAR TO THE KNIFE PRlBES LOWER THAN EVER We hayo no time nor space to quote all our immense stock, but wo will give you a few sample prices below, and all we ask is for you to call on us before you buy else- where,and convince what we say. We can sell you a nice dressy Man's Suit from $8 to $12 that no merchant tailor can duplicate tor less than f 18 to $25. We quote, showing how prices run: Men's Suits . . . r $3- to $o.oo Youth's Suits 3.35 to 5 00 Boys' and Children's Suits 75C to a. 50 Asi? to see oar pitais and (Jlothing. We will be glad to show you through our stock. Also nice line of Dress Goods, consisting of Orepons,Henriettas, Satteens, Serges, Silks, etc. You will do well to see our Goods before purchasing elsewhere. Fine line of Men's Overcoats, Ladies' Cloaks, Fascinators, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, etc. Our Assortment of Fine Shoes Is the most complete and lowest priced in the county. We append a few convincing prices: Baby shoes, button, made 0! leathe...

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. — 1 November 1895

1 u ' to Wv I I i t r & Is i J$4. W9KT OUR NEXT PRESIDENT Is hid behind the veil ot political The firm of Fair Bros. & Co., however, is not bothered by any political drapory; and politics may come and politics may go, but we sell on iurevcr. We havo again replenished our stock in all lines and are now prepared to offer to our patrons getter bargains than ever. Read below the rare bargains in store for you: BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's good boots . . $i 35 worthfi 75 " " . . 1 75 " a as " best " . . a -o " 150 ' medium fine boots 50 " 325 Ladles best grain button shoes I 50 Warranted not to rip Ladles glove grain button shoes $1 35 worth $1 50. Ladles fine Dongola kid tip shocfr as worth $ 1 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65, 75. 9 Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to Jt as Old ladles lace shoes $1 35 Children's button shoes 75c to as Wo guarantee to save any larmer money that will come to us for this line, STAPLE ARTICLES. Bfd blanlrets 75 Bed comlorts 75c White linsey 25c Colored li...

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. — 1 November 1895

A 3 7 i 7 Hartford .Republican j,FrIDAY, NoVttMWR I, 1695. REPUBLICAN DEVICE. HBMMwMsaHaMBMMawWMna n Placo tho X lnsldo tho Squaro Undor tho Log Cabin. Vote the Log Cabin ticket. Vote early for tho polls cloeo at 4 o'clock. SOME NEGRO INVENT0R& Patonta That Havo Boon Taken Out by Colored Mon. Frlorto 1887 Thr TV Oaljr On. Mow Ther Ar Many Th JJt of Them Aro on Elhlbitlon I Atlanta. Several years ago a southern paper In ono of its periodical at. tacks on tho colored pooplo ot the United States made a statement to the effect that tho colored man had no mechanical ingenuity, nnd offered as a proof of it that on tho records ot the patent offlco thero wero no colored inventors. The newspaper-article having been called to the attention of tho commissioner of patents, says tho Now York Sun, nn investigation was mudo of the files of tho patent offlco. Many colored men had obtained patents, but it was a, difficult matter to traco them, for there was nothing to go by but the names of tho ...

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. — 8 November 1895

M$ A V t' I h & "V u L f w(f n I I iCHni ZlGj7C&' piaJZsn mi iliotlma bout the erent unv l nnlr tinkw It dnoa' what we rlnlnu n,ii i.iotimi iW rlro their children 0WE38 Vim MIXTURE rnan9Hhlnc, for tho tan onu ET 5,W WES' LIVES mi ui'u nniiBiMiieHniliu. . m, Bu '.mtiitltueenl. ,lln (tors. r ' - nine, look for ' r " - aUtfeoeTonr!ckMe. i , AJ'.TH. TiV. 5 ' ijgfnn - A W.).r . L V..1! ny l A G? ; THE PRAST.CAL SCHOOL CF THE SOUTH. rtii(Yf irfMMr Statt t & V f . 1ItBtrt CiMrioI fc.ntlurcsjcri:, if- CJun arit f the d6imiuwtmi. ih lt of 4i. hlil t'ollffr, ami the urrrtntr e.uw Trwurrr nf lao Inant, anil 8afljr nixoji:ir.rijm iiJKimy otpufcrxifut riniirnu. itrrr jrata Ii nnarcuDi iu.f rniWIirt. Mwrffi rf th lMilnr tiro ttwklo at na4 tustntM toe wto are it irinl il ifurro Aratm of nrinnl. prurtlrrU lrMrarfln u l In vvtr i iK ii m titlMitia)4br anvo'licr plan. i.-!-; Ain iu.ju;ir aivimiis. "All HrtlMt t ftmium UnlJa 4 Jlroi.x Medal nci4 'tale' ., tH ' rL Iht inrruniiuiiLi ixiu Win...

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. — 8 November 1895

i WIDE WAR TO THE PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Wo have no time nor spaco to quote all our jenso stock, but we will give you a ier .Jajhe prices below, and all we ask is for you to .call on us before you buy else-where,and convince yourself that we mean what we say. We cap sell you a nice dressy Man's Suit from $8 to $12 that do merchant-tailor can duplicate for less than $18 to $s. We quote, showing how prices tun: Men's Suits . $3.00 to J 10.00 Youth's Suits a.25 to 5.00 Boys' and Children's Suits 75c to 2.50 As$ io see oar flats and (Jlolhing. We will be glad to show you through our stock. Also nice line of Dress Goods, consisting of Crepons,Henriettas, Satteens, Serges, Silks, etc. You will do well to see our Goods before purchasing elsewhere. Fine line of Men's Overcoats, Ladies' Cloaks, Fascinators, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, etc. Our Assortment of Fine Shoes Is the most complete and lowest priced in the county. We append a few convincing prices: - Baby shoes, button, made ol Misses...

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. — 8 November 1895

ift 'x. V Its W i. M IfF' ," i 1 k '- HtHk I OUR NEXT PRESIDENT Is hid behind tho veil of political ob- r .. mt l l scuniy. j. no iirm ui Fair Bros. & Co., however, is not bothered by any political drapery; and politics may come and "politics may go, but wo sell on (orover. We have again replenished our stock in all lines and are now prepared to offer to our patrons getter bargains than over. Bead below the rare bargains in store. for you: BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's good boots . $ 35 wortb$t 75 . i , . i 7s ' ' ai5 best " . . a oo. " a jo " medium fine boots Ja 50 " 3 a5. Ladles best grain button shoes I 50 Warranted not to rip Indies glove grain button shoes $t 35 worth ft 50. Indies fine Dongola kid tip shoejt 35 worth $1 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65, 7S.90C Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to f 1 as Old ladles lace shoes ((35 Children's button shoes 75c to I 35 Wo guarantee to save any farmer money that will come to us for this line, STAPLE ARTICLES. Bed blankets 75C Bed comfo...

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. — 8 November 1895

Hartford Republican Friday, Novnitnun. 8, 1895. 'ABOKDilJSlJlUWS WTE, BOlllnff tho Notorious Mozloon Bandit", 'Eoplnbea. Cowatrtll 'ftfilfaor of His This ITa 11mm st ThUtlns; Ended (tin Hollas of Tho death recently at a rlpo old .gofTpm Tobln, ono of tho most celebrated" mountaineers of Now Mexico, recalls his killing of tho notorious Mexican bandit, Esplnosa, in 1864, Tobln was an Irishman, quick tempered, and a dead shot with re volvcr, rlflejor tho formfdablo liowlo knife. I know him wcll;howasa life-long frlond of Kit Carson, It. B. Maxwell, Col. St. Vraln and all tho others of tho famous cotcrlo of old trappers, pioneers and mountaineers whoso names aro familiar in tho history of tho days of the border. Tobln was a small, wiry man, rather under the,tvorago ataturo, as was his famous compeer, Carson. Ho was bravery personified; as quick as an antelopo in all his movements. Ho would .fight at the drop of tho hat If Insulted, yet ha was full of kindness, and nover permitted a man ...

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. — 15 November 1895

it KS OWEN3 rjKL v K?" plnh Mixture J." Kr A ChlMieiTe MMIelna "3 Gj.: " HP Every home should hvt butile of "l fc MB Pink Mlnlure for 4fl ft Teething Troubles a vST N.pUI. No harmful dtez En- Jk -Vrr fet' ! piiylcUt ancfavtr 3 ji lMri. boMtytlKMhn. Sfllt ... , -Jp t. ..oioOOo. BotuU. Wb I t rV r &- By tN Be" - w .V p 'Jfe I V ,, i; iHBffln The Lexington Buste College, tiNconrort. t:o ) WE Pf!AC"CAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. tOa.HltJlciUTkt SUUA tit OUUif.) UAH elrtirl 7 " lornr ef tin m Ib41 )!,. filth.vreileent of tllLt.feIkr nKciinc."ii:ii uv In .rmr of utrw.iJl Iiiln1, wUt9 ..LrlM .sct.i.1. liuadreda of Utatnd4f rtotlar. Trrtinaia,. t.uikl l Actual Vrartlro (Mm .'rn In fintih No T.at UiMk N t'oplHt. Ilrail r HmIiini Carlwinl u iwtnc. ..boo. wjwf ia I f ptrt KrcoiiRUtif Illtlltr.Hr ,WAKII Of 170ItI.TVn CO. (.I'MUIAN livrAMtTTfOK Is 'Am.rlt.n ) t.m .f lw'ivi L ' unrM In tlil. Cottar.. an4 rnridrial4a lb tiJof lb( 1. lrtmM .ica'Court reporter j. from lb anther. Tl.i,ai tniV TVrartmtn...

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. — 15 November 1895

r i f f V mmmair. And for near j Jlnued lji.hli.dci5ds.vv icau RNtNO Friday, Novkmdrr 8, l9Slflor. a wb. jmme. ,JlHr. 'a BofrPEiraroiUWs yoar. v. unjr tho Notorious Mfys, BaudIt,oplnbBn. '. r 1 n A Zt . - ,, Aa Attn J IItlK 1 HU un IUU Silver Partjf.r .hV.l,'i?,ram0DS tho possibilities 14 lij.iji, PitOsvEOTa for tho now oleotrio railway to Boavor J)atn or McIIenry aro very flattering. Let nobody get in tho way. Tug Cubans aro stilt gaining victories. Tho contending parties have already agroed to an exchange of prisoners. It is believed that President Cleveland will, la his Annual Message to Congress the first of noxt month, recommend tho recognition of Cuban independence. May it bo so. At a recent meeting of the of Owensboro action was taken looking to tho calling of D wight L. Moody and Ira D. Sankoy to that city to hold a seres of meetings. Retorts from Columbus, Mo., Lctvisburg, Pa., and other points are to the effect that antitoxin, a recent German invention, cures tho most dist...

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. — 15 November 1895

.v. t I f II !: MONEY MORALS.- Somo houses soU."? i xt.. vv goods according to the advice the old rrntm llio ortrt man "o .- UG0t MonOy,Iliy boy; got it honestly if you cun but got it." BaraWzHng tho Publio may do fur a tOioit while, but it peters out. Ours h the kiud ot dealing that on tluro w'lh ttiwv The Moral Effect oi ltiliauld Merchandise ut a legitimate pryllt ii tvor bcf'iM u, nud is tho Keyitouo o our tucceu. " GOODS it 1 ! prices. Note bo low tho exceedingly low prices: BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's good boots . . $t 35 wottbfl 75 " . . I 75 " a S ' befct " . . 2 oo " a 50 ' medium fiuebooUfi 50 3 '5 Ladies best grain bu'.ton shoes I 50 Warranted not to rip Ladles clove grain button shoes $1 35 Y0!tU$t50. Ladies fine Dongola kid tip shoe$t as worth $1 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65, 75.9c Ladies coarse shoes ... 90c to $t as Old ladies lace shoes ft 35 Children's button shoes 75c to $1 35 "We guarantee to save any farmer money that will come to us for this line, STAPLE ARTICL...

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. — 15 November 1895

i Hartford JtQRUblfc r . .. . Friday, Novemdbr 8, 1895" ' Ji Aunt, Notorious itidlt.'XIsplnbBh. . ublican 5. T6lMWs"liMi3ER. MonUy In a nf QWr llli d'n 0rwt nunvl.1 Mill worn Flam. Mrf Bowser had been reading for nn hour tho other evening when ho laid asldo his paper and said to Mrs. Bowser, who sat near him sewing: ''I mi just wondering what men do who hove no bomos, and how many of those who havo homes predate, tbctnns I do mine." VI am glad to know you aro satisfied . jtlth your homo," replied Mrs. Bowser. "Of course I'm satisfied why shouldn't I ber" I don't believe tboro's alouso In the state belter kept 'than this. It Is always clean, nothing, Is wasted, and your bump of ordor Is something remarkable" "I'm awfully glad to hear you say bo," replied Mrs. Bowser, as her face lighted up. "I try todomy best, but there arc limes when when " "When I'm a regular old crank," he finished, with' a laugh. "Well, don't 16t that worry you. No mat tcr how big a crank I am, you aro duly appre...

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. — 22 November 1895

B Ef l RAAIt.Q AUn 0A I unuiku Mill nnxmitwt CHILDREN LOVEfSrn ... . .io aitfp, tot tntre U no oplnra or other polianout drtif In Owens PiKK.ltffiJnrtiHE It hit ties mi J la id practice of Jtmotit f hylcln for over tin ytart to Tnethlnr end Summer Com- fitalnt. No nolhcr ihouU U without I the chlU'e neon.) ummr. 20c. and 6O0. DorrUt. Att piAioRf, book rot. f. W. fLOYD CO., . 0n6oro, K. THb texfrigton iBosme 8SGolleee.i M (INCOflPOHATt d.) - j Jjm, . MTiBr SsitKfci; fKBfRAOTJCAU SCHOOL OFTHE SOUTH. ' 'tonr tit S iritA ilt atuj.Air. a7tMi Hlytnt onfiW K b Hl llotimn ol Hi bm. tntBtaltl'ollMt, HrxpiinK.tnKM HIT ! arwr of tncnnfaj ttnJanft. vnoae aaUrlta tfrrnfate tuimdraNle of aJuauanH.. si ,..rw prr annum IIOOU.UKKriMU lUcM by AHubI But flooa lratlfw irom rart to Anlah Nn T. bonk No f'offjlni. IIpoi) of HwIomi IX. Kriinont is tetra nratnrai tiptrlaBCeaa book kriwr anJ tiMrl aetoantanl iwinn or irnni.iv co. I.UmilAN r.XfOUITIU.H lu 'Amnrli'in Hra. 1am of DbnrlhanJ," uarb in tbla Oolitc...

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. — 22 November 1895

. t, I. v r ' - i I I k -? anwar ' ' . " i' ?KS es. irMffl) tr ' ii " 1m tfmMWS publican -JAY MOKMIlfO roprietor. :tfbrd Hopubji Editor. ay.NovemdkuS, por yoor. 189s. ThoTuVrptotiouiiiaTP assisted tho rioters at1St!Pjnb8l in tho East in burning tho proportyS'J American Missionaries, What nox&l Thoro is in tho Treasury of tho United States loss than $90,000,000 of tho gold rosonro and this is going at tho rate of $3,000,000 per week. This is verily a great Administration. Roy, Carter Helm Jones, oi Louis villo.wlll lecture at tho Hartford Bap tist Church on Thanksgivings night. Ho is ono of tho ablest men in the fiWh, or elsewhere, for that matter, and ',as n lecturer is unsurpassed. A largo crowd should hear him. The total vote in tho recent election was 874,057, and Col. Bradley has a plurality of 8,912. This is the largest votoby 18,000 over cast in the State. Thoro is no rttom for the politician to say the Democrats stayed at home. Last year St John Boylo was lected to tho Co...

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. — 22 November 1895

MONEY MORALS Some houses soil goods according to the advice the old "man gave his son: "Get Money,my boy; got it honestly if you can but get it." ' n- n i Bamboozling (lie Piiblio may do for n shot t while, hut it peters out. Ours is tlio kind ot dealing that endures with time. The Moral Effect of llellalila Mcrc!iandle al a legitimate prod i U ever bil.iro u, aud Is the Kojttuiieof our succrsj. High-Class GOODS at lowest price. Note below tho expccdliglj law price BOOTS AND 8HOES. Men's good'boota . , jit 35 wdrth$i 75 ' " " . . 1 75 " a 35 " best " . . a 00 " a 50 " medium fine bootsfa 50 " 325 Ladies best grain button shoes 1 50 Warranted not to rip Ladies glove grain button shoes $1 35 worth $1 50. Ladles fine Dongola kid tip shoe$t 35 worth $1 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65. 75.90c Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 15 Old ladies lace shoes $1 35 Children's button shoes 75c to $1 35 "Wo guarantee to save any larmer money that will come to us for this line, STAPLE ARTICLES....

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. — 22 November 1895

L fc. p . i 4 r "X IjRlDAV, NOVRMIIP.R 22; iife . n . rvritwrt i'ita,ililri I89S. A.ND MfiS. BOWSER. B.'a HblA novdla with a Llttlo - F Balloon. Another Il.aUh.Oltim Biperliuant Triad libit T1m It U tha Wflaarta Mot-, ' meat Tha Sad neaulta Divan a an Awful Exampla. "Ndw what aro you roIor lo do?" queried Mrs. Bowser as dinner was finished tha other ovcnlng, and Mr. Bowser removed coat, vest, collar ind.necktlo. "Mrs. Bowser," ho solemnly replied as ho returned from tho front haljtwlth a pasteboard box In his ( hnlaa, "It's no wondor that medicine doesn't do Us ant good I Tho won der lis that wo are not la ' ""'ifrneeanipdtelnni'' our Y&But wo aro not ailing wo don't tionwasJWc don't, eh? .1 haven't said has a plunccj&ica to Vou about It, becauso I largest vote by lft.owo hasten the climax by the State There is h Aeth but a politician toif V,taK for the tomb nt a Kol-at homo. iop f0P the last six months! I wouldn't say any thlm? about It now, "' only'l think I havo found 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. — 29 November 1895

? r 2iprijfc K' A "jefH' r r i V I 55pVco an Curs jSKftS "Jfl&wSy Baby of all &$B KjF Trulltirllnt yfv lBiDIordered5toaiaehorUowtl W Troubles quickly, by giving 1 f OENS PIHK MIXTURE.!1 fliruitM4 It from .11 .ftin of to M L p.laonm. 4rf i !4 ao fcif IS ft Wiln fr iro.Un ftM. 1 kmCAth Genuine. Sold t ill 4f4 M5c and 50c. boijles. MM. mm in THtPRAOTICAL SCHOOL OFTHE SOUTH. (tww irftfc a Of . 4 if. cww.) llUhwil Offlflal VlAa 7 rmr of tbfl rora Dionwatlhn4lhlrl4raDf llicHUUCollvi EIKCqnlK!KlKl 11 V itt turnr of orrtMifai itadvnu, who huHtrU of tluifiimn4 of ft ad nam. HOOU.UKRPINCi Uotlit tr Artaal nail. i nnun. no itit 1 xptrlcDC m book pit urcoanUnt. AWiun irnnrn'M rn. LcnuiAtt to Anmi.o An- im of Uafht Id thli Oollfiff. and 111. if-! Kodommrnl to IL bwdof tb.i ! HrimraKftn ex -court rcporttr). from Ui aathort of niom TKLEmAlHY fltwlmtnt Kndond br Train lliptrhr and lradlnc rallnar and uU artph voinpaDlat The Onlr Mrlio! In th World operatiac ft com put JlaUvay tfrittu for ti...

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. — 29 November 1895

I. X A BIG STORE A BIG STOCK Now wo wish to say that cheap things, when they are poor things, cost more than good ones. Economy does not- mean the using of poor things because they are cheap. It means the using oi the very best things, so as to get the very best out of them. Qualities are here. Everything excopt high prices,right in the midst of the Business we ever did. We freely confess Our reputation is ' . . ery piece oi Jburmture we sell. "Lion t seeing the Pope." Don't buy Furniture Stock and getting our Prices. ' Hartford Republican rOBLiailED EVEBY FBIDAY MOHNDIQ AH A. ANDERSON-. rrprlelr. JO. B. -.- ....Editor. .gubsorlptlon, $1.25 por year. Friday, November 29, 189s. Does it hurt the truth to belied 00? .' Bomb politician think there will be 'no Democratic candidate for President next year. The greatest obstacle is the way of President Cleveland's third term is his second term. Mrs. GKoribE DuRelle, wife oi the new elected Judge of the Court of Appeals.died at her home in ...

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. — 29 November 1895

! w .1 X 1 1 ( II A T ft- V, !' MONEY MORALS Some houses sell ' goods according to the advice the old man gave liis son: "Get Monoy,my boy; get it honestly if you can but get it." Bamboozling tlio Pdbllo may do for a shoit while, but it peters out. Our is tho kiud ot dealing that on durca with time. The Moral Effect of KeHable'Mcrcliamliee at a legitimate profit is ever before u, and is tho Koystono oi our success. High-Class GOODS nt lnnrrt prices. Note the exceedingly loir prices: BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's good boots'. . ft 35 worth$i 75 11 11' M , , 1 75 ' a as " best " . . a 60 " a 50 " medium fine bootsfa 50 ' 335 Ladies best grain button shoes t so Warranted not to rip Ladies glove grain button shoes $1 35 worth $1 so. Ladles fine Dongola kid tip shoefi 25 worth $1 56. Children's coarse shoes so, 65, 7S.90C Ladies coarse shoes . .. 90c to $1 35 Old ladles lace shoes $1 35 Children's button shoes 75c to $ I 25 We guarantee to save any iarmer money that will come to us for this lin...

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. — 29 November 1895

J." it . A J I Ekw i c I ' . i 4' k - i v fe '"'J' 'N x V VES. "ipT Cotf Egjf d Kepjitblicfan l .. n Jifc. ! It. was ThanksglTlniri and the flrttf time tht joyous occasion had fallenf Infca young llrs. LambMh bad Repaired I heY matronly tlllo. All the relatives onl , both aide ot the houso had been in' ?"twd to dlno With the young pair, and all had accepted. Consequently, It was unfortunate that ihe cook had, thotl morning, deolded that ahe "couldn't! abide no such dolnfiV and taken n trlJ wnphatat leave. J&ZzVjrs? husband appeared, staggering under a market basket laden with holiday fare "Oh, AlpheffiSTmy heart ft broken!" ho walled., 'TVhat will yJur mother " ' ayr TBot, you kjttorr,' you hare been ao pwfad of your cookery f doubtless you' ' "But I only told tanra how to do It," sobbed "Why was I ever' bornr i 7 caa'tfalp 'suggested' Mr. Wh. "Igaifaraou for making cult Is samp, and I once made coffee 'man drank. He wa JS't Tins Tunsrr bosk ytt V 1 c$ng id see my1 'Ulster at th...

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