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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 28 August 1896

h Fc BOOTS & set Now that the mornings arc getting cool and the children are going to school will be compelled- to have shoes. FAIR BROS. & CO. -Want to say to their patrons they have in their OF THESE GOODS Af Jriees ghaii are . A Way fiEtOW The Average Merchant-"" ANY FARMER fiaving v "' Families to Shoe WILL SAVE MONEY BY CALLING ON US. 'ITeiix Bros, S& proprietors, iartford JSemple i " ' MKAVKU 1IAX U. K. TIME T1III.C WEST BOUND. Put Uall . It-.' . . ... 7:16 a. m. Accommodation HMja. in- Way Froltht j:jp m. Accommodation 8:18 p, m tfew Orleaua Limited . . 11:22 p. tu. EAST-BOUND. Ciuclunatl Limited .... 4:33 " m Accommodation' 5:2 in Way Prcifht 6-36 tm Accutntnodalioii . . , . t 1:29 p. tu. Patt Will 7:30 P IlABLRM MltKUlCK, Agt. UqitM lllilit) My wile suffered lor twelve years 'with tour stomach and indigettlon I irM everj thing 1 heard of without tiling relict. By the u.cof one hot tl of Liquid Electricity she was not l only relieved, but entirely cured. I found ...

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. — 28 August 1896

fit Sfi'v. Hartford Republican I'ltlDAY, AUOUiT aS 1896. THE SlLVERITE CATECHISM. In Which Pre Coinage Theorlte Are rllnt Mated. Whnt la money? Something marie out of nothing by government. Is Hit' re nny limit to the amount of money which government can maXc? Only the capacity o( tho printing proiwoii of the country. What kind of money Ib Uio bet? That whleJi has tho least value. What doea "clieap money" mean? Money that will buy very Httlo wealth,' Why arc Bomo people poor? Hccaubo Uio money tlicy get In nxchango for tliclr productfl or their labor will buy a large amount of goods. How can the poor all bo made rich? I)y stamping 50 cents' worth of silver "one dolln ' and thus decreasing tho piiVchasIng power of money. What Is a, capitalist? A wicked sinner, who has worked hard nnd saved up a. little property. ' Whut la u patriot? A man who covets his neighbor's property and wants to gvj. hold of It by law. What does "repudiation" mean? Itls a simple scheme for rend Justing the Ine...

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. — 4 September 1896

f HE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE T.tile 10 T. ft, OCINCit litawcr ISO, Chicago, Becre -i tary of lb Bran, AcctbBMi CourANr, for lufornialloe regarding Accident 1 net. Mcntloa lull paper. Br 10 doing vou cm hii saambcrshlp let. ir.s paid oyer 1)000,000 00 (of aaaUental Injuries. U your own Agent. MC UKD1CAI, SZAMINATIOK RKQCIMtfc fTor pearly r ttj&JXJE" Jk. DILKER EClVES 0 4 . RQ m (A w B ct S I lOO XOir OOH.t. tllO Don't Blii Tobacco. novr to curu TtuiwFi.r wiiii.i; Udixh IT. Tin tobacco habit grow on a mau until kit nervnui syntem is seriously tflected, itiipariuK health, conilurt and happiness. To tjuit suddenly is too asvera a shock to llio lyiteni, us tobacco to an inrvtcrntn ueer becomes a stimulant that hit system continual.)' craves. itn scientific cure for tbe tncacco habit, in nil its forms, carclully compounded after the formula, of n enimcut Merlin physicians v?ho has used it iu bis privnto practice since 1872, without njniluro. It is purely vegctablo ami gunraiilecil perlectly...

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. — 4 September 1896

$ Kt I ! Hartford Republican HAM A. Alli:itSI)K t'llllnr. Subtfcrlplion, $125 por yoar Fiuntv, SiiritMniR4. '896. RatosandTorins Subscriptions ft 35 pet nunum In advance. IxmI notices 10c pet line first in sertion ntid 5c each subsequent tion. Large contracts special rates. GUIs on candidates mid political matter 10c per line. X Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. for I'rrnltlent. WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. Tor Vice PrtilUfnt, GARRETT A. HOBART, of New Jerecy. for CnnareM. JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. At Large 0. S. Deraing, Mt. Olivet. At Largo S. II. Kash, Manchester. First District W. S. Mason, of Mav field. Second District George II. Tow-cry, of Dixon. Third District- J. F. Taylor, of Glasgow. Fourth District J. S. R. Wedding, of Hartford. Fifth District Chnrles ti. Stiglitz, of Louisville. . Sixth District D. B. Wallace, of Warsaw. Seventh District John L. Bosloy, of Paris. Eighth District N. Daniel Miles, of Nicholtwville. Ninth Dis...

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. — 4 September 1896

D". u i ef l fe' F sw i- 'tx. f" tAt ' - - -- - BOOTS &S Now thai tho niorninga uro getting cool and tho children are going to school V will bo compelled to have shoes. 'sFAIR BROS. & CO. Want to say to their patrons they have in their OF THESE i At' frizes ha.f are- A Way 6JCO W The Average Merchant-""' ANY FARMER Paving Irge v v Families to Shoe WILL SAVE MONEY BY CALLING ON US. ITLia: Bros- (5s Co. FropriotOrs, plarlford Sample IIBAYKH DAM U. K. TIMli TAIII.K WEST BOUND. Fast Mall 7:16 a.m. Accommodation . . . IlUja. TO. Way Freight . . . . . j:j p. m. Accommodation . . . 8:18 p. in. New Orleans Limited 1 1:32 p. m. EAST-BOUND. Cincinnati Limited .... mjj a. m Accommodation . . , . . j:a a. m. Way Freight . . ... 6:36 " Accumniodation 1:29 p.m. Fast Uall 7:30 P Hablbh Mcn&tCK, Agt. Liquid My wile suffered lor twelre years with sour stomach and indigestion. I trjetl everything I heard of without getting relict. Dy the useol one Liquid Electricity she was not only relie...

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. — 4 September 1896

Hartford Republican I'hidav, SniTHMiiiiii 1896. CARLISLE AT CHICAGO. Workmen How Free OuU age Would Injure Tlioiu. Secretary of tho Treasury John 0. Carlisle mntlo another of Ills masterly ncechcs on tho currency question, In Chicago, on April 15. It was tonn lm-mouse nudlciice composed largely of vorhlngmcn, ninny of whom, especially In tho beginning, wcro skcpticnl ns to tho blessings of 100 cent dollars. Tho secretary's argument na to tho eiTcct of cheap money on wages was most convincing and effected a notnblo change, In the attitude of his auditors. Wo quota n part of hJs speech on this point: "Money received for wages, like money reoehed on every other account, Is valuable, only to the extent that it can bo exchanged for other commodities, and It Is scarcely necessary to suggest that a dollar worth 80 cents will not purchase as much In the markets as a dollar worth 100 cents. To coil a dime a dollar would add nothing whatever to its Intrlnslo valuo or to Its purchasing power. ...

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. — 11 September 1896

It THE MDENTSOE. LIFE n n aaaaaav t W I : k. K 'i "rile 16's1. fl. Quihciv butter 1M, Chicago, Sect ' teiy of the Bta, Accidbm ComtakV, fat Inforhutlos) Accident Insur nee. Mention' this 'rjeDcr.'i W . Bv (4 Molar! niinii'HTt as.ubershjp fee. )U paid, over $000,000 00 foe eeldeetal Inlurlc. , Be your own Agent. MO KKDICAI, EXAMINATION RttQCIMOk. ?6r ' Ui Tabaree. now to cum touiishlf wiiii.ii using 1 IT. JTh tobacco habit grows on a man until kti nervous system is seriously aflicted, imparing health, comlort and happiness. To quit suddenly is too MTer abock to the system, ua tobacco to an inveterate user become a atinlulint that liii jstein cuiitinual y craves., ia a scientific cars' lor'tEe tncacco habit, in all in forms, carefully compounded after ihc formula of an cuiiiient Berlin who hat utel it in hit private tinea 1872, without a Iniluie fractice c"ii purely VtyeUble guaranteed jttrjfectly harmbcM.( You can uto allth tobacco you want whi'e taking It will notify you when to sto...

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 September 1896

Hartford Republican NAMA.ASI)i:itO.V :lllor. Subscription. $1.25 por yoar Friday, SurrnMnnii it. 1896. Ratos and Tonus. Subscriptions $ 1.25 per annum in advance. Local notices toe per line fust in sertion and 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special totes. Calls on candidates and political matter 10c per line. X Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.189G. for President. WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio, for Vice Praiileiil. GARRETT A. HOBART, of New Jersey. For Conirre. JOHN W.LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. At Large 0. S. Deming, Mt. Olivet. At Large S. H. Kash, Manchester. - First District W. S. Mason, of Mav field. ' Second District George H. of Dixon. Third District-J. F. Taylor, of Glasgow. Fourth District J. S. R. Wedding, of Hartford. Fifth District Charles S. Stiglitz, of Louisville. Sixth District D. B. Wnllace, of Warsaw. Seventh District Jobu L. Boeley, of Paris. Eighth District N. Daniel Miles, of Nicholasville. Ninth District Robert Buck...

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 September 1896

l v m m Kt i T?.v MP. "N Hi I ' V rcc: BEYOUD A DOUBT! Tho biggest and best selected line of Dry Goods, Notions, Dress goods, Ladies and gents furnishings, Clothing &c., to be found in Ohio county arc now arriving at -Fair Bros. & Go's These goods were bought strictly for CASH. and at prices that insure us ahead of competition. Farmers having largo families to supply are urged to come and get our prices. No hard times when you can buy 10yds of good calico for 45c; 20 yds houvy domestic for $1; 20 yds good shirting for $1; 20 yds good bleached for $1; 19c for table linen; 20c table oil cloth; 10c for cotton jeans; 5c yd for toweling; 5c yd for nice ginghams; $1 for men fijio shoes; SI for ladies kid button shoes; 65c for children fine shoes; 25c for infant shoes; $1 for men heavy work shoes; 75c for a pair good blankets; 25c for heavy work shirt and so on. These prices are only a few of the bargains we have for you. We will greatly appreciate a visit from you. WE BUY AND SELL...

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 September 1896

Ilartford Republican l'nin.w, SiUTKMiiHR it, 1896. FOR HONEST MONEY. Mr. MoKlnloy', Ablo D.'scuaslon ol tho Monoy QuosUoil No Dcbascmrntor Money-No ItrpmlUtlaa of Coinage Imperils Iha ' Natlon'a Safety WorkliiC"nii and ' Farmers Have Moat at (Jood Money Merer Mad Hard Timet." MnJ. McKlnley's letter of acceptance Is as sound as a gold dollar. The follow Inu nro somo of his best points: What Free Coinage Meant. The character of tho money which shall measure our values and exchanges: and settle our balances I th one another and with the nations of the world Isol such primary Importance and so fur-reaching In Its consequences as to cnll for tho most painstaking Ini estimation, and In the cn'd a sober and unprejudiced judgment at the pollB. Wc must not bo misled by phrases nor deluded by ful&c theories. Free silver would not meun that silver dollars wcro to be freely had without cost or labor. It would mean tho free use of the mints of the United States for tho few who are owners of ...

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. — 11 September 1896

HARTFORD, KY., REPUBLICAN. rillDAV, sni'TUMIlEIl II. I'M Tho Only Eli Telia tho Hollow Tale of Frco Silver. HE SIZES UP THE SITUATION. Good Reasons Advanced for Being on the Side of Gold "Are you In favor of loth silver and cold?" nkcd a Populist of nil Perkins. "Certainly," mH nil, "every civilized nation uses the two metals gold nnJ silver lint tlie United States Is the only nation that lias coined as much silver as gold. We have been rank bimetal-lists. We have stood by silver too long. AVc have coined $023,300,000 worth of silver and $020,000,000 north of cold." "What have tho other great nations coined?" asked the Populist. "Why. they have coined less than half ns much an we have, nngland (the United Kingdom) has coined and has on hand $112,000,000 worth of silver and S.V.0,000,000 In gold: France has SAW,-200.000 In silver and $82.".000.000 in gold; Germany has only $216,000,000 In silver ami $r2..00O.0OU In gold; Kussia Ins only $-18,000,000 in silver and 000 in gold." "Then ...

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. — 11 September 1896

H , rj, f9 whs two years old, J. suffered dreadfully l rill Ullia. (X Ubi &m ?v -x. '', s: fnoin erysipelas, which kept Kemcmbcr UiillIngtoYi, the barber, taMffcitt WITH RA growing worso until my hands wero during l'alr week." ' almost useless, Tho bones softened An Open Lottor to tho Popooratio Candidate for tho Presidency. SOME PERTINENT QUESTIONS. . AppreWMon Exeitod by Campaign Utterances Refuses to bo Allayed. The Trli World, In nti open letter t i 'I Into Ilrynn on Tuesday iiiuri hi is nine gnivo and Ituporlnnt Mm i liim, ami uruM Iiitn to it s ti i ii lie wants to lio elected, an Hie n ro pondering those very P ii'k i i i ir votes will turn on how tluv r ii wired mill explnlncil liy li ni II Iitn of llin Tribune' should peruse , ,i,,rnl, which Is reprinted her ii i '.tinii with llrjnn'n inech at Mail v , s, pi ic girdcn lut night. Tin' -n 1 snjs, under the million "1 i M 1 Mil Ti Mr ltrflii: On the 10th of July. tin1 ti v i n of jour nomination for 1'rvs ill i ', tnii ndd...

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 September 1896

' lllfi J 5 .Mijm. IHE JGHIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T. 8. Qomcit Irrawcr ICO, Chicago, Secrets ry of the Braa Acctntnt CoMrANV, for Informallo rfgtrJlnr Accldtot Insurance. Mention this ptper. 11 eo dalnf you cm mm membership fee. Hat paid over 4000,000 00 tot eeldenUl injuries. Do your own Agent. i UHDICAL EXAMINATION RIlQUIRRfc for pearly- VOL. IX. SIuZL,1 u CTTT" DELKERS VEHICLES 3EI3ESIL.33 U a--" '?!,iJCSV XOO Per Gexxt. tlxo k i !'! nia Telr. HOW TO CUttK T UIMCI.F TIIIMt CSINll IT. Tli tobicco habit grows on nun until his nervous system is seriouily a fleeted, iraparing health, comlort and happiness. To quit suddenly is too st ver a shock to the system, hs in invelcrat user becomes a stimulant that hit system continual y urT. is a scientific car lor th tucacco habit, iu all its forms;' carefully compound! after the formula of an eminent Berlin who has used it iu his private practice siuc 1872, without a lailuic. It is purely vegetable ami guaranteed psrlectly harmbesii. Yon can...

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 September 1896

if n I -) Hartford Republican BAM A.ANI)i:itHIN. ........ ..r.illlor. Subscription. $1.26 pur yoar Friday, SKrntMiiKn 18, 189C. Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. I'nr 1'rmlilrnt. VILLIAMMcKINLEY, olOIilc. lor Vice l'rfntilenl. GARRETT A. HODART, of Now Jcrsoy. I'nr Coiigrrk. JOHN W. LEWI8. Prom 4th District of Kentucky. Wo Imvo becu easy ou oursubscrib' era and have given n grout many oi tbem n long timo in which to pay their subscription, but they baro treated us with much neglectand have failed to respond to requests wo have made for money through these col urans and also by letter. Wo would like to be able to run tho paper without collecting any money, but Gnding that to be an impossibility wo have decided to force collection and wc hereby warn those who have been notified by our Attorney of their in debtedncsa that they had better pay and thereby save the cost of a law suit. We mean business and must have what is duo us on usbscription. This is a mero matter of business; ...

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 September 1896

I jt v 4it '- i - . t f I J5 'V LIU'- - eM.I J.ifffc,jj n f r. nvit artford Sample 0f jTashion. Bros. 8& HillSteitler, New fall dress goods at Carson & Co's. Save your laundry for Lyman Wilt iatns. 3 tf Don't fail to see our new ueckwear. Carson & Co. See Field & Ilolbiook'a new buggies. Come in and see our big new stock. Carlon & Co Buy your machine needles, oil, &c, of Gross Williams. Remember Bullington, the barber, during Fair week, Bullington is prepared to give you a good shave or shampoo, Remember Bullington when you want a good shave or hair cut. Field & Holbrook are selling Bug gles, harness, Moore's lapdusters and whips. Our capes and cloaks will be In, in ten days, ask to see them, Carson & Co. Field & Holbrook handle the tqost serviceable Buggies ever sold In Ohio county. Call and examine them. Remember we take in old Sewing Machines as part pay on our New Singers. Gross Wiluaus Agent. Few pleasures exceed that of buggy riding, Buy one...

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 September 1896

l4. Hartford Republican Friday, Supthmiikk 18, 1896. ' EX-MINISTER PHELPS. gtatr. lit itfu.om for OppoiliiB lb tlitrnRD I'latlnriu. Hon. lilnni il .1. Phelps, ex-minister to Knjrlaml, lins written Ilio following letter, lu which lie urpes nil tine democrats to Join In defeating the cnr.tlldntos who stntiil on the untlciiiocrntlc pint-form udoptctl nt Clilcngo! I iTjjurd the pending presidential election ns presenting this most dangerous crlslB thnt this country hns ecr encountered. It does not, In my Judgment, Involve nny political controversy "or any question of the supremacy of party, for such considerations are lost sight of In Uie far greater gravity of the situation. The real Issue Is ono upon which all patriotic men and nil who are Interested In the prosperity and welfare of the country should find thcinsehes upon one side and opposed ton common enemy. The nttnek that wo hne to resist Is not upon the policy but upon tho life of the nation, for they would take Its llfo who dest...

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 September 1896

1 ji'li'Mi'lWL""W., SM THE ilGOIDENTS OF LIFE The Haetdrb Republican. SILVER OR GOLD. Bottcr tlinn oitlior ia a healthy Write to T. fl. Qoincevi liver. If tho liver is O. K. tho Ittawrr Bene 1M, Chicago, ' tiry of the fitAn Accidi.hi man h O. K. His blood is kept CourANT, far Infornutloi pure, his digestion perfect, and no rrtrdlB( Accident can enjoy lilo and act intelligently i net. Mention thu piper, and tho patiently question By 10 dolnr tou n ml upon Mnbenhlp fe. Hti paid pvr WO,OU).00 lot of tho day. You nil know what to nUtatil UJmlte. take. You have known it for years. He your own Agent. It is SimmonB Liver Regulator W lUtOIOU, RXAMIrUTlON KRQUIRB. VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY,, SEPTEMBER 25, 1896. NO. 9. U fTor Jearly- tt.XJ& -- CEIIiTT DELKERS VEHICKLE HAVEKCELD TJEIES H.ES A. J3. - 0 r1' o 4 ID rf 0 B 0 XOO Per Baa't Nlap Tabaer. BOW TO COKK Y0UR8HLV VfHIMI U8IX0 IT. Th tobacco habit grows on a man ntit kit nervous system is seriously affected, imparing health, comfo...

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 September 1896

Hartford llcpublican HAM A,ANIr.lUON.. ...i l;tltar. Subscription, $1.20 por yoar Friday, Ski'Thuder 25, 1896. Woliavo been easy on our subscribers Rnd havo given a great many of them a long timo in which to pay their subscription, but they havo treated us with much ncglcctand havo failed to respond to requests wo havo made- for money through there col umns and also by letter. Wo would liko to bo able to run tho paper without collecting any money, but finding that to bo an impossibility we havo decided to forco collection and wo hereby warn tlioso who havo been notified by our Attorney of their in debtedness that they had better pay and thereby save tho cost of a law suit. We mean business and must have what is duo us on usbecription. This is a mere matter of business; you have leen getting tho paper aud now wo MUST havo tho money. tho account is paid you may ox pect a law suit. It is tbo duty of every Republican in Ohio county to como to Hartford to hear the Hon. Jno W. Lewis speak...

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 September 1896

-Jl Vt. Mr ITS'. !3 ' r $ n" -V '1 m BEYOND The biggest and best selected line of Dry' Goods, Notions, Dress goods, Ladies and gents furnishings, Clothing &c., to be found in Ohio county arc now arriving at -Fair Bros. & Go's Theso goods were bought strictly for CASH and at prices that insure us keeping ahoad of competition. Farmers having large families to supply are urged to come and got our prices. No hard times when you can buy 10yds of good calico for 45c; 20 yds heavy domestic lor 81; 20 yds good shirting for $1; 20 yds good bleached for $1; 19c for table linen; 20c table oil cloth; 10c for cotton jeans; 5c yd for toweling; 5c yd ior nice ginghams; $1 for men fine shoes; $1 for ladies kid button shoes; 65c for children fine shoes; 25c for infant shoes; $1 for men heavy work shoes; 75c for a pair good blankets; 25c for heavy work shirt and so on. These prices are only a few of the bargains we have for you. We will greatly appreciate a visit from you. WE BUY AND SELL For...

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 September 1896

vs J?frlWq8W8t&&$. PAINLESS DENTISTRY No Gas"""" tTtto Cocalno Ho More fTear of the Rental hair. TEETH EXTliAUIED FKEI3 OF CHARGE AND WITHOUT PAIN BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8:30 AND 9:30 O'CLOCK A. M. DR. The Famous Surgeon Of National Reputation, formerly President oftboXoi lumliua Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, III., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will boat tho Hartford House, Monday, September 28tb, remaining until Saturday, October 3, inclusive. DR. BENDER has been connected with sonieotlho largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in this country, aud has no superior in his profession. Ho is prepared to extract, crown and fill teeth without pain, and without the uso of gas, cocaine, odontunder, chloroform, ether, electricity, or any sleep-producing agents, but by a method invented by Dr. Bender, and used only by himself, who is tho easiest, quickest and best painless extractor in the United States to day so acknowledged by tho dental profession at large. When h...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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