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w" Acres of the finest Rough river
bottom land located three miles west
of Hartford. About 20 acres In culti
vation. Good dwelling and out bullil
j lngs. A bargain for $1,250.
We have 460 acres of floe bottom
land firom one and a halt to two
miles of Hartford, part of It with
timber. Alao about 75 acres of upL
Laosi belonging to the same trsoti
A new one and one-half stor frame
building with five rooms and large
recptleon hall, built out of the best
selected material. Situated on Clay
and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky.
Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of. soft
water. All necessary out buildings.
Good nine room two story dwelling
la Centertown, Ky., bas good cis-
tern, good cellar, nover falling ,well
of water, good stable and other out
ml splendid location for family residence
Iftand hotel, price and terms roason
sjkible. Apply to
BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents,
WANTEDS RIDER AGENT
. sample Latest Model "Rangrn Tricycle furnished by us. Our seen:
making money ft Wrtttfor
nu nuflKr Kisuuiiu
to anrone. anvwhere in the U
allow TEN DATS' FIIF.K
put It to any test you wish. If
Keep me Dicycie snip it melt to us at our cxpeaieind you uu net it cut tiactiti,
FACTORY PRICES . un"h11lne hisht mde Mercies it is possible to mai'
snvivni 1 niwkx at one small profit above actual uctory cost. You save fie i
to I is middlemen's prohu by buylne direct of us and have the manufacturer's man I
mukg wuiw uiu uhjub.
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at any frici unm you receive our catalceues and learn our unheard A J acton
v- 9nH S"ftiLltsAAj wMmt
Vfll! WILL RF ATONIIlPn wenjou receive our beautiful caulo,?ue ant
wrv we can make you
than atlV Other flCtOrV.
IsICVCLE DKAI.KItS. VOU
our crices. Order J filled the
r NKrnNi. hand iiinvni.v.. v
usually have a number on hand taken
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id Mken tn
promptly at prices rangtnsr from 533 to SH
VBB1 IIIBi J tl-BW
COASTER-BRAKES, SSIrrt7u,!SS.pwtato, paru' " an1
CI IT.UCMI iy TIDE7C A SAMPLE PAIR
I RsssssssssssT "'" .. . . . ..
TV, ivui -M tSriA nf tht fir
1 ' SSSO ter tair. but to introduce utwtll
HI MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES i
NAILS, Tacks or Gins will not let the
air out. Slxtv thousand D.lirs sold last ear.
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Over two hundred tliousaud pairs now in use.
and easvridlne.vervdurableandlincdinslde with
a jtnMrial auahtv of rubber, which on er becomes
norous and which clones un small Dunctures without
ingtheairtocscapc. We h e hundreds of letters
fiedcustomersstatine that tlietrtlreshaveoulybeen
Sed customers statine that their tires ha veoulvbeen
uponce or twice in a whole season. They weigh no
n ordlnarv tire, the Duncture resistlncaualitlesbcimrziven .
by several layers ofthln. special!) prepared fabric on the '
tread. The regular price of these tires is fj 50 per palr.but for
the rider ol only J8o per pair. All orders shipped same day letter Is received. We ship C.O.D.oa
approval. You Jo not pay a cent until you ha e examined and found them strictly as represented
aaeniS!ngpurposcwcarcmak.inKa special laciory
we will allow a cam uscuuin 01 5 per txm uucrcuy iuhkiuk me price ivt.uu perpairi 11 you
send FULL CASH WITH OKDKll and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk ia
sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUIt expense if for any reason theyare
not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as In a,
bank. If you order a pair of these tlrci, you
wear better, last longer and look finer than any
know that you will oe so welt plsased t
Knowtnat you will oeso wen pi:ascatna wneti
WC WIU1JUU 1U.CUU ua lltai wuGt ofc uuvc. ticc
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the special introductory price quoted abo e: or
describes and quotes an makes ana Ktnas ot tires
but write us a postal
00 tttMl WWMII or a pair of tires from
at vnn mir-wn rfnFE don't buy any kind at any price until yon send for a pair of
IF YOU IVSCsV ffsSO Ilcdgethorn Puncture-l'roof tires on approval and trial at
ouers we are maKlug. jioniycosisaposiaiioiearacYcrvuuug, unicn nun.
J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO,
cur-Fifths of Your Store Patrons
loro Wnn fiv ArlvprlisiriffsisaAnrl
jMl , MM J
IFour-Fifths of These Would Be
lost if, You Stopped Advertising!
Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-while store
service a part of it which patrons particularly value. For
it keeps them in touch with your store-eventa. your sales, the
arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, the buying
opportunities which your store must create for i,ts friends.
. The advertising becomes the link between the storq and
its clientele. They expectthe store's advertising to SERVE
THEM "not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYS,
and fully! To curtail the advertising in volume or frequen-cy-wouW
make the same impression on them as though you
wmqi into 8wdkr quarters and cut down your force of
tlerks and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to
make tmor cplte as "store News," as a'arketleer,"
aa a bulletin ef bargains will have the effect of enlisting a
lot of newatere-frieneVevecyday, ami of winning anew all
f the old pneal
fcckbee'i "Fall ot Llfs" Northern Grei
Pedigreed Seed hve reptrtrtkm at yesrs ol
successful seed growing befalsU tbem. It pys to
tent the best.
Bsrllest Red Valentine . . ,$jjo Bsil
Refugee Exlri fUrlv . . Iik Rtuhrl
Nw StrlnelcM Green Pod . .o Bushel
Davla New White War'
nirawnri imp. Money nuu
Cutrle't Rust Proof Wax
Extra Early Alaska . ,
New Early Grsdus . . .
lforsford's Market Garden
i S Bushel
Buckbee's Lightning Express 00 Bushel
Lattuce. sUsHih. Tomato and a lull line el
Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices.
Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of
your requirements and wlUquote price.
Buy direct from the grower Sare Money.
Write today. Mention this paper.
H. W. BUCKBEE
UeSBackbttSt., KockforJ Sera Farm. Rxkhra.lt
Anrnne sending a sksteh and description mar
qutcklr ascertain onr opinion free whether an
Inrentlon Is protmblr patentnblfl. Communlcii.
tloruitrlctlrconndotitf.il. HJN0B00K onPatents
l Oldest asencr for s
sent tree, uioesi aaencr ior securing-pawnis,
aencr for securing pa
1'atenta taken through Munn Co. recelre
retool not lea. without cnargo. In tho
A handsomelr lllnatrated weeklr. lowest dr.
cntatlon ot anr sclentlDo Journal. Terms, i
reart foar months, SL Bold by ail newsdoalsrs.
(HUNN & Co. 'New York
Branch Office, 09ft r SU WuMnrton, D G.
Subscribe for The Republican
$1.00 per year.
WE will GUARANTEE you a position If you
write us roal soon. We need many more stu
dents at onco to supply tbe enormous demand
for our trraduatea. As soon as we get tbe required
number or students this offer will be withdrawn. 80
write at onco for particulars.
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SBSTABtlflQED 104 X-OUISVItitiE, KIT.
nd district toi
you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to
av uvi a Dicycie or a pair oi nres irom a vm '
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jm valit.itk a Mn6m
tli is year. We sell the highest trade b.cclesforUmone'i
We are eatiftfird with f im nmfit ahnvo fartnrv rost
ran 1I nur hirvrl i.nrti-r nnr M nam rt- t
day recMved. 1
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trade by our Chicago retail stores. 1 bese we clear out
or SIO. JJscrintive hartrain ltttt mailM trn.
Descriptive bargain lists mailed free.
PUNftTUDF - PDAAF $H 8 0.
TO tHTRODUCB, ONLY
Kotlce tho thick rubber
A" ana nuiioturo strln
to ,,reVontBXrruh,riPThiaoma0ly pain, by acting on the cause
tire .will outlast nr othen
tnaKe -TOtrr, JSlusJsTlU and
will find that they will ride easier, run fasterJ
tire you have ejer used or seen at any price. Wei
jouwania uicycie you win give us your oracr,,
.ma ituiui.uuis .tic vuvt.
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write for our biz 1 ire and Sundry Catalogue which
ai aooui nan me usual
today. DO NOT THINK OK UUYlNCt a bicycle
anyone until you know the new and wouderfi
T . WW.-.Q
What Coirress Did la Sesfiofl
ForDKhmblon at Panama owaaj.
R&aodttiaeAlon of laws roVaeing to
OrdisMoa of forest reserves in tlio
SoiiUwam Appalachian and White
ConfenuciMoa of emtmascy awl lega
tion buHdtmgs abroad.
limpaMon of locomotivo hoilra.
MEASURES WHIQH FAILED TO
Canadian, roolproclty agnaeimoivt.
,Pnmanon tariff tooiaand bill, wihlch
passed Sania&o (but rwoa killgd by still
bustUa dn ths JIomso
Rcosalutlon to adtnlit to Sbaitabjcod
Arizona aad-Now Mexico klilod by a
filibuster to tiho Senate.
Raaoktlilon proiVdlnig tor dlneot
oloatlon or UaUod States Sarmltxurs.
Genvnal aanvloo ponslcm hill.
pont not aqtidd on iby tlie llorusa.
Oocan mall subsidy jpaaajd toy
Senp-te Hiult not acted on by itiha House,
(la the Sanaba.)
Soaator Owen filllbuaterd the xNw
Mexico Staitdhlaad mcOauro to death by
Insisting that a vote 'be also taken on
admitting Arizona. 1
Sanator BaiUey plquod at Sanator
Owan'a aotlon; reigned from Senate.
but withdraw ros'nctitlon later dn re
sponse to urgent requests Df Governor
and members of Texaa Legislature
and oolleagues. 1
Oanjadlan maolproolty ogrdernent was
Reappontlonment measure IWU3
lcnoolced out on objection of Sanjaitioir
Sullowya periston bill killed.
Tlariff board bill was
through, only to bo dofoated
House by a filibuster.
Ssnatons Flint and Taliaferro ap
pointed meanbers of Monetary Com
Senator Warren confirmed as Civil
Commissioner ot Forfclflcatdons and
(In the House.)
Representative Fitzgerald headed a
Damiowriaitilc filibuster against the
uuu.ru uiu vn.u.-u vau wii'j-
senitfttdTO Payne to withdraw Lhablll
Durllnig tilw filibuster, aoeiies of gneat
ReprtoeJitotlveB Hawley and Lee
amjalnltcd members of (the commb-
skm to SlinOTvlse the Purchase Of
O""" 1-v O0W IWIO KJ I(u.Wutfu
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latlHlS TO protect W waQenailtfUS
At ftfho AVlhljtje HoiUSO PrisldIlt TVift.
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ailDeX SL COniTeTDCd at WQ LAIIC01 ! v,U
. . .j t i . -i. r.
itSDUOicuia lauors, utisutiu umo puli iui
m. iw. adfnn ,r.
meat April 4.
AWH' vwF .w
'was nao" ttat a successo?-
A Lifetime Trouble.
Ingram, Texas "Ever since I be
came a (woman,' writes Mrs. n. :.i.
Evans, ot ithls place. "I suffered from
womanly trouble. Last fall, it got
so ,bad, I had ito stay in bod for near
ly a week every month. Since taking
Cardul, I feal batter ,thnn I have for
yieairs." You can .rely on caruui. pre
pared especially for women, it relieves
and bullda up womanly strengjaiwaiero
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U ! mftaf TLArtdrtll. PllKrtlv iVflfffttahl.
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3111(1, but contain In notion. Try It.
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Whetl Pa.DE BSGTltlS tO SllflVe
v,hon SunnidaiV mom' comes around
My Pa hangs up his strop,
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An' takes ihils liazor out an' makes
It go 'flop! ItXlop!
An' thon ho gots his mug .an' Ibruslh
An' yolls to me "Behave!" i
I (tell 391 Uhlcigs is mighty stHl
When Pa begins it' shave.
Then Pa he stirs his brush around
An' uuulws the Boansuda lly;
An' dottnttoneia when hy stlra too hard
He edta some In his eye.
I tdl y'u, but it's tunny bhfen
To esa Pa stamp and rave;
But y'u imustnH ,get Jtottthed raflfin ;
When Pa baglns t' ahave.
'mi' bilned hand ho dossomit talk,
An' evon Ma's afoared
An' y'u can hoar tin' raaor click
A-cuttln' thnough Pa's ibeard!
An' then any Uncle Bill too Wfc
An' says, "Gosh. John, ypure bnalv."
An' Pa tie ewoars, an AJa JestamUds
When Pa baglns V sbavo.
Athen Pa gets done aahayin' ot
Ilia taoo ho turns around
And Uaurto Bill says; "Why, John
TurahlalaoksiUke ploughed ground
An' iahen ho iaffs Jest lot fa on' latfs,
But I got t" ibbiave,
Qoz'UJns's ajit t' -happen quick
When Pa begins t' sv. Ex.
C A3TO R1A
March 13.-nMrs. Joba St Cftalr and
ohHikvw, Wy, Joftinl, Oepur eM
Brnnw Marls, Ceatertown, Ky., vieHtjA
rtaMv'M ia this osUboHhopd Itwt
Mc, Atir.xrQWsd, wbe bu been
W 4w 'iy w tki, vutt aix'yaM
fUsd Us bwihr Jih Bwid who
to k iwhool Rt Bawlkvg Green, Ky.
and (stotur, Mrs. Ada Edwards, iRjador,
ar ivWiliisj ihdr paronfts Jir. nad
Mrs. . Mhnfond Bmwnd.
Mtefe Btfttlo and Annto Alyorsand
Oimpstad Ona Camp visited Misses
tMw'i:dna Balse, IOwwap, is visit
ing M$ and Mrs. J. S. Hughes.
Mr RTid Mrs. Oacar Danln moved
(jo DeMess county laist wook.
Stefla, and Petarl Crumca, ItostaoSun-
, Mr. wnd Mrs. J. B. Mltaholl, and
JittieoftUHntor, Mary Louise, Cedar
Oflovo Visited Rov. and Mrs. T, J.
Acton Sunday afternoon.
Air. and Mrs, c. C, White, and. chil
dren vtelted Mr. and Mrs. Henry Na
bOTB Olaton. Sunday.
Airland Mrs. J. D. Myers visited
Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Christian,
Camo'Run, Saturday night and Sun
' Mr. , and Mrs. Ira. Wilson,
and littlu son, of Cane Hun
and Mr. and Mrs. Alec B03
well and two sons visited Mr. ttnd
Mrs. J. It. Wilson, Sumday.
MmlUir Gorgo Myers visited his
cousln8; Roy and PolUe Onaff, Roslne
Masttor Arnold Boawoll, visited his
gTOTDidiparcnU Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Mltohoil, Cjdar Grovo Saturday night.
Alias Ruby Aq'jon Is able to be
up" again ntter a rocent attack of
bronchial trouble. 1
Air. Sam Taylor, Beaver Dam, was
In this community, Saturday.
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- Interesting Facts.
Glass windows were ussd for flights
'Chlmnto'is first put jup itp housieo In
Tallow candte for light 1290.
Sioctaolcs linx'nted by am Itallaniln
Paper made for llnten, 1302.
Woolen cloth made In England, 1341.
Art tof pnlntiog from movable type,
Watah's first madxs dn C-enmany II 17
Telosoope lnvcnlted iy Ponta and
Tea -lrat brought fnora China to
Duropo la 1501.
Circulation ot blood discovered by
Hienvey In 1610.
Ntjsisrapiai fln&t 'ostabUsliod iln 1G20.
Ponduluni clocks first invented In
Barometwr Invented by TorrloelU In
sJeam englnKj ilnvjnted In 1G49.
Bread made owlth jst In ICoO.
Cotton (planted tn the Unlbad States
In Tf53i. -
Fire engine Invented rtn 1CS5.
Telegraph ilnventod iby Morse 1n 1S"32
i i 1 1
How" to Reach the Public.
In tlio course of a nocont leoturo In
llartfoTd, Conn., on "The Making of
a Nawtpapor," Charles Hopkins Olark
of the Courant said:
"How are you going .to got nt the
public? Mall them circulars, and the
wastebaiikofcs In 10,000 h,omca iglveoach
a wjiry jawn, and tho circular dls-
appciins unread. Call uiion tlw peo
ple and explain the mtinlts of your
ware3? The sign Our Busy Day hangs
In buslnes offices; to pnlvato houses
you must ping the bell. Ottoniur you
are turned away.
"But put a cleverly wonl
1 advontltiemonit of these
wares in a newspaper that lias
an utabliiliied circulation In
the oltyls ihomcs and business
iliousas and boo what hap
Iwbb. You couldn't got In
thqro yaurEelf, but your ad
vantiiscariiont Is there on joIiq
breakfast "tablo, In tho U
brary, in tlie iiaiilor, dn tho
sawilng room, and when "ev
erybody lis Inquiring tor tha
pa.irer which can't be found;
It Ja very likely doing duty,
on the quiet in (the loltuhen.
"It lis all over (the Ihauso and wanted
there. You are not. And similarly
at itho aftlce It is nead and reread,
aiuli nant of tho use of This Is Our
Busy Day sign is to get a chance
to read tho papers. And It Is lu-
tort!ntg to note the advertisement
lias ona&hetr than a commercial use-
It Is iprdntied for business jninposes
pure and sltunple. but it Is ofjUin tvod
The Itopubllcan goes into :
the ofMooa and homes ot the
Idopl0 not as an intruder,
ibut as a welcome visitor. It
1 wlU 'takio your announcements
inuoh cheaper Uian you can
swd 'ittNem to any coustdar
able 'Dumber on clncuiana
wMoh will be tluown away af
ter, a e?)tyuoe,
4The Harem Skirt.
Tlu inumn ,Mklnt tor .wtwnon Is tine
latoaUj It te a hyibnld dn bpiwaronco,
being pw-ilke from knee down,
and irtwsi && iplctune nvaJAJa Uio iwear
r loolc a lMtl toimtftvy, like (fiie old
tashloDMsd vvwot- In n4lev of tlie faet,
Hbttt ife bHrie says "T3ie (woman shall
not rjriistot wh4oh pertatodth un
to atBa" w do Hot sw bow the
baria i08i onulaf.
Now and ojaln you lee two women pass
ing down the street who look like sisters.
You are astonished to learn that they are
mother aad daughter, and you realize that
a woman at forty or forty-five ought to be
at her finest and fairest. Why Isn't it 10 ?
The general health of woman is 10 in
timately associated with the local health
of the essentially feminine organs that
there can be no red cheeks and round
form where there is female weakness.
Woraea who bare suffered from
this trouble hare found prompt
relief and cure in the use of Dr.
Pieroe'a Favorite Prescription. It (Jirea rigor and vitality to tho
organs of womanhood. It clear the complexion, brightens the
eyes and reddens the cheeks.
No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription."
Any sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, iree. Every letter
held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Address r
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.Y.
HENRY WATERSON, Editor.
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