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f WAIT FOR FAIR'S BigKum DOWN SALE just received wire fencing Trices right. LIKENS 4str. a carload of and barbed woven wire. -WHICH HKGINS- , Friday, August 1 4 ANDCONTINl'KSTO Saturday, Aug., 9 OUR USUAL BIG LINE OF BARGAINS WILL PREDOMINATE THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE HOUSE. Dont Forget the Date August 1 to August 9 . v AND REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE tyfTH A " HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. - . SB & ACTON, Hartford, Ky. 4 Company H, the' local company of State Guards, arrived home yester day afternoon from their ten days enreinintiient lit 'MfiTillesbOro. All of I the members report a splcndld'trlp. t nm rpiulv to insure your horses. Jacks, mules and cattle against death from any cause. . B. E. U1RK1IEAD, 02tf Agt. Ky.. Llvo Stock Ins. Co. Mr. J. W. Marks has purchased a lot on Clay 4re!t opposite Mr. K. A. Anderson's residence, and will begin Immediately to efcct a nlco dwelling. Work has already beon started for a concrete walk. Messrs. John King, Charlie King ahd Earl I'arncs started to Central Cltv Sunday, and were bn fast train, No. 101, Illinois Central, when It wa- wrecked near Nelson. They escaped without Injuries. Mr. n. E. Leo Slmmeraian' Wfts the hlirhnat lilildpr on the Y: M. C A.' building when it was offered for sale last Friday, and It was sold to him for $1,030. subject tdvthe ratlfisation of the committee. aj. ,,' .t Mr. J. S. Ford, living threejmiles, southwest of Hartford, Jostgfhls barn, a road wagon, new buggy; lot of gearing and fanning Impleumets &c, by fife Thursday night. loss about $500. No Insurance. ' FARM FOR SALE A splendid 102 acre farm, two miles South of Cen tcrtown, Ky. A splendid farm and a bargain. For particulars, call on BARNETT & FOSTER, 52tf. Hartford, Ky. Vllss Gladys Duke, who uderwent an oDeration in Louslville several days since for appendicitis, arrived here Sunday afternoon to spend some timp with her brother:. Mr. Ramey j- - , E. Duke. She stood the- trip Bpienauuy and is -getting along all right, f Dr. R. C. Dennett, who recently took the State Medical Board exam ination, was among those who made a high grade, and he received his certificate from the Board a few days ago, and. left for Graham, Ky., where he has formed a partnership. Hereafter I will sell for cash, ex-' cept by special agreement. Will make prices that will pay the trade to pay cash. Cuttings out delivery service .and credit. This will enable me to give yoii much better prices and merchan dised A. D. WHITE, ' 5U4. Hartford, Ky. COLLECTION . OF WEAPONS From Russia Exhibited At U. S. Museum. t Comprises. About Fifty-Eight Subjects Mainly of Or-, iental Types. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY 25. M. H. E. lailroad Time Table .j rtartfoft, ly; U 4 N. Ume card effective Monday Aug. 21sL No. 112 Norta'!Bound due 7:19 a. . ' 'dally 'except Sunday. . No. 114 North Bound due i:lej p: m. dally except Sunday. No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 a. ra. daily 'except Sunday". No. 113 SouthiBound due 1:46 P- m dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE, -Agt. Misses Ruth" Thomas, and gobble Barnard, of Madison guesta of the Uk$ vllle. Rllev, are the at nff rived - ,V Mrs. John B. Wilson to quit lck' Hartford" Mill Co., has River sand to aell. . tf' Miss Beulab Moore Is the guest of U.e Misses Weller, of Dundee. . Mr. Albert Oiler, "the tinner of BeaverTJam, was In Hartford Wed nesday. ' . ,Mr. Orvllle Brown, of ciienry. they was a pleasant caller at this o"106, of'Mr. and Mr juvnutiy. n i,no VorA left 'Wednesday afternoon for a vtolt with friends at Dimlee. J Miss Julia Marlowe, of Fordsvlller w the guest of Mis Nancy .Ford' ' t - .zf Miss Mawatae' Martin will leave todajfor SJrlitt- witn reiuy xiiui Maria AuatiB- in we guest of her Bisters? Mrs. z! Wayne Griffin and Mrs. Hooker Wljllams. mirs Victoria Barnard. Is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. ajhd Mrs. M. B. Barnard, route 3,Hartford. Stefisrs. Ernest Taylor and JRonunle Baldwin, 6f Braver Darn, spe,nt a few hours in Marmora and Mrs. James San'derfer ar Monday to bo the guesta of their parents, Mr,, and Mrs. J. P. San The 'Misses Riley gave a hay. ride Tuesday evening for their guests, Miss Robbie Barnard and Miss uusn Thomas', of Madlsonvllle. Plenty of Stock Peas and. German Millet ;on band now 1 LIKENS ft ACTON, 44tf Hartford, Ky. Miss Katie Pendleton .entertained a few of' her friends' Wednesday even ing In honor of Misses Ruth Thomas and Robbie Barnard, of Madlson vllle. Mlaees. Mary Warren and Kennedy ColllriB returned Wednesday rrom have- oeen eiipjita of Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Ar- buckle. limy i ,.' at Cromwell. t - y m . i.i mnABiiav fnr ,n W Nancy rora, '..'"T". ...(Cromwell where abe wUl visit Mies 1.., ,Qot Fleger, -Mrs R. E. Leo SlmmerBaan and .- iaiuihter, MIm Winnie; let Wedmea luv for Uvermore. $mfc)M . WW Ii1wd Republican follow yw" . ' Mr. Z.'WYi GrittiX !& been diageroualy U or. laany. daya. .to r-' iTSSrSTB- deputy jwr-to ?- - 6Jtf. Agtl JCy. Xlvo'StocK IM. Co. Dr; Claude WWwi..tb' ' kicte July 15twairV'P to Hart f ha wUl boAlBiiterttord at the CoBBMrclal Hotel every Tueaday as Mr.i and Mrs. Amos Lemrabn and 'daughter, Mlar Georgia Lemmon. of Corydon, Ind., are the gueats of "Mr. Bvron Bean and family, of East Hartford. gqw crlmaon clover and .peaa In corn. Get .your, awo.,iiOTuiijr farming implementa- from, . D. L.(D. Bnuisr-UH, 52t3. t ..Beaver Dam. Ky, I ' ready to insure your horaea, japkamiilea ahd cattle agatnet death from any cauae. "i TM B-BIRKHEAD,. t BJtf. . Agt. Ky. Uve Stock' Ins. Co. Whiat. ifVouaany for ;aale! call or W.-.,-ttiUB, Produce Merchant, 5014 . j Hartrora, ny, I an ready to'llnjure your boraesV 1r plii RfwwisV nmfl iK Tears. dlecV'at his residence near Dundeje, Mondav -nleht of heart trouble and complications. Hla remains were burled In the Neighbors graveyard Tuesday afternoon. He leavea' a wife, several children and many othe relatives and friends to mourn his death. Mr Nnthnn Rosenblatt Will ClOSe his store in Hartford (tomorrow., and begin packlng.up'nextwee, and. will move the balance of his stock to Clinton, Ind., where the Rosenblatt will open a new store. We regret. that Hartford Is to lose this enter prising firm, and wish them success In their new field. Kir. Samuel Balrd, aged 891 years, 5 months and 25 days, died at hls residence three mllee .north of Hart ford. Tuesday morning. After funer al services conducted by Revs. Ben nett and Savllle at residence Wed nesday morning at 9 o'clock, hla re mains were Interred In the Alexan der cemetery. Mf. Baird, better known as "Uncle Sam' was one of Ohio county's oldest and best .citizens. He had been a member of the M.E. Church, South, for many years and leaves a widow, five sons, ' Thomas. James, Hardin, Rufua and Sam Baird, oaedaughter, Mrs. Warren Bennett. numerous other relatives and friends to mourn hla, demise. It can be truly Bald that a good citizen., has been called to hie final rest. A remarkable collection of old wcaiKns secured by George Kennan, the celebrated writer and traveler, during one of his trips, to Russia, has recently been lent to thb National Museum by Mr. Kennnn and install ed (ri the new building of the Museum The greater part of the weapons were originally gathered by Prince Paskie yfch, of Russia, a noted connoisseur, from whom.M r. Kennan purchased them a good many years ago. While there are many and diverse eamplexs of armorers' and gunsmiths' work In, theolder Museum building with the ordinance' exhibits, those nnlrpti nm nf nnecall Interest in re lation to their orgllnal owners, or as of hte periods they" represent, examples of, the ant development of the periodB they represent. . The collection comprises about fifty eight subjects and consists mainly of daggers, yatahahs, pistols and uns, Oriental weapons, comprising eabres, daggers, yataghans, pistols-and guns, all richly mounted, and some having historic and ethnologic InteresT on ac count of the Inscriptions they bear In Kussian, rersian, Caucasian, Arauic, or Latin. The flearms antedate th use of naiwimalnn nnlia Qflff hAlnnpml tO Central Asian, tribesmen' who were accustomed to alvlsh the greatest amount of decorative, art on their personal weapons; asi can be' seen from the heavy encnlstatlon In gold gold and silver, and the Jeweeld set tings on the stocks of the pistols and guns, andt he hilts and scabbards Of the swods. The barels of the fire arms, and the hilts .and. scabbards filpd knives are of expulsite metal work; served or damascend, and In laid with gold and alive characters recounting battles In wihich, the own ers engaged. Some especially attractive weapons, ihe Turkish and Arab yataghans. which, are slightly .curved aworda.stlth particularly pleasing outlines, ain' (o be or cniej reraang outlines, ei pear to be of Persian origin and art. Their scabbards are marvelous examples of silver arid gold repousse work. on at the muzzle. The stock and handle of hot weapon Is straight, and Inlaid withlyory. It is said to bo of old Saxon workmanship. Among the guns and pistols U a short-barreled old Greek arm, the stock of which Is ornamented with silver coins of ancient Greece. Anoth er Interesting weaion Is a rfllo with gold Inlaying on tlio barrel, a padded stock, nnd an Inscription which reads: ".I P. St. Petersburg." it was once owned by Catherine 11, of Russia, and probably used In the early part of tho Eighteenth Con- tury. There are several types, of pistols In tho collection, especially kinds des ignated for duullng, Including models from France, Germany and Italy, all of them richly decorated with delicate wok worthy of tho Jewelers' art, and most of them with the old-style pom pon handle, or grip. Two wheel-lock pistols ornament ed with engaved Ivory are rare cur iosities. The flint-lock tiring apirarat- U3 Is so arranged that after winding It up with a key, several simrkff can be' made In succession, thus enabling the. soldier or marksman to fire 're peatedly without recocklng and prim ing. In case the gun missed fire the first time, a great impovement on the earlier simple flintlock mechanisms. Three othe notable articles are a body shied, a spear, and an African war club "secured by Lieut. E. J. Glave, who was on the expedition wlth Stanley In Africa. "HAV YEZ HEARD . ABOUT PAT'S mt "the folneat iverl Sure ho wtk im'I on tho feed they do bo seHTif t Ellis'." There's moro. than ons irv horse a'nd cow which has been vtaiet happy and content ovor pnmsnder taken from my bins, granaries m& hay lofts. Why shouldn't your join. the fortunates? W; E. ELLFS '' The Produce Merchant HARTFORD, - KEriTUeJKTT Substantials and Delicacies Go Hand in hand, Heir Frightful Polar Winds. blow with terrific force at the far north and play havoc with the skin, causing red, rough or sore chapped hands and lips, that need Bucklen'a Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled for cold-sores, also burns, bolls, Bores, ulcers, cuts, bnjIseB and piles. Only 25 cents at all druggists. adv.. - ' - Special Train. To Madlsonvllle, Ky.,,July 3lst and August 1st, account Hopkins Coun ty Fair: Leaves Hartford, 8:30 a. m. Centertown, 8:44 a. m. Kronos, 8:55 a. m. 4 Moorman, 9,: 07, a. m. Bremen, 9:17 a: m. Millport, 9:27 a. m. Anton, 9:41 a. m'. Arrive' Madlsonvllle, 10:00 a. m. Returning, leaves , Madlsonvllle, 6:05 p. m. Tickets will be on sale July. 29th to August 2, 1913, inclu- F9b JV F"H SUBSTANTIALS ItcmL Inns Rolls Fies ' DELICACaEg Cakes' Ctolries-' JeMyMK Aiftlfi '1 -. -,.1 fiiir ratrAflfaiiv uiaxr m 11 . In the Hartford poatpiwe. ...., ,,; he nareSu near Cromwell. , .... kin vrand-imrevi. ,-, vHeflJJI VWwb - - ...,. ..lir.anaMn.C.P,JteO g 4; .. Tk. iutoville Weekly ilorald aw ray Your Taxei. for Uie year19i3 are now due and we are ready to receive ume. OwlnK to a new law paused during the last Legislature, relative to- orenarinK the receipts, all taxes Will have to be paid .at the office. So please' call and pay your taxee ai your earliest convenience. ' 2tf. T. H. BLACK, Sheriff Onto County. TImm WiuttW Tariff Tickert. By all mean give ua free; augar, ypu.dear, dellgtifuV Demratto r lhUntert! MakVlt Iree-JWat m. tre'er aa coffee to reduee eur coat of lv iag! Then when you have crushed out the augar lamleU and made barren again the plantation 01 me ewuui, the. Middle State and the far West for th benefit of foretojn producers, maybe some kind goveramieat across ik..M wv, M(tt to mit on aa tKfOti dufy to make. our sweets of pr pertloaate oaatai to-our uuty iree.-i-feel' What kdifferece to- a. Tariff tm-kM-ila a ltoUa'addkloaal oast of. a l7.. . . .- i-i.u.ia gBmKwm mm pvp" One sword .of, particular Interest Is that of a Russian executioner. It has a long broad curved blade ibearlhg on one aide an Inscription of silver Inlaid In steel, "God help me to overcome my enemies in 'the mountains and of, the HteDDees." while on the other side Is record of campaigns against the Caucasian mpuntalneers Jn 181. The- handle is of plain black wood; the scabbard Is decorated In sliver gilt and red velvet with repousse or namentation. A sabre 'having a remarkable his tory Is one in a plain black scabbard with gold inlaying on the bands and crossbar, bearing an inscription on one side of the 'blade, "Pro Fide et pro Patrla" with theflgure of a man brandishing a sword over his head; "on the other side te the following: "Soil Deo Gloria," a coat of arms con sisting of a double headed eagle, and a crown, and below, "Las Deo Sem per." The blade to Inscribed on tne back with the 'following,' "Yohannes Mayrschoffer Inlossay Anno 1139." Th. warlike implement is consiaerea u be" the most valuable piece of the en tire collection and Is irreatly prized by its owner' on account, of the anr cleat date and probable historical 'connection with the Crusades. - Ateother weapon of Interest Is a Scotch dirk once the property of a member of the Seventy-Eighth. High land Regiment, evidently captured the Himalayas and carried into "peptral Asia where, ttw as picked up by ; Prince Pasklevloo. it la an ooo piece" of cutlery, having a straight two-edtea blade, ana 4 abort soua n4n Tko iohard (m ttt hlack leather b"y- .ww. -: jt -- and, ornamented like the, pommel wm .-?-.-. i-i...l ..- far inrirn ri-VHiai niniinunaai. a. ViSKaivj a alpJIfe and foxk to to bo seen on the Bias, making we impieseai. ti" .useibojli ,'oas,-andtwrH, purposes." ' ResresoaUUve of 4fre raa4 two hadid swords of the early pari et the sltmteeaUOey., to ne 'wifck a.eoss handle and two,cuttln Ag, Inscribed. "YJvat Zaar Fleter AlexHr, 17J.0,;' auposed lo be'rom.M'ore ofjtoosfngea, asvUia name is encssv ed a. the Uade . 'Thm ll. $ ,B- eoUseUoe,, oae iHh gold, rtlaidf Per slssi badsJaad CaiMaauji aWlo-Work fcawUe and dated" 1&J0; tai"oar a I -arttlBtes hAtobet,. tbt' latter set slve, . return .limit August 4, . 1913. at one fare plus 25 cents for -the round trip, minimum fare 50 cents. 53tV- -, 4H E. MISCHKE. Agt. A Hero In aLlghthouse. For years J. S. Donahue, So. Havivn. Mich., a clvll-war captain, as a lighthouse keeper,' averted aw ful wrecks, but a queer lact is,( oe mleht have been a wreck, himself. It Electric Bitters had nof prevented. "They cured me or Kidney iroume and chills," .he writes, "after I had taken, other bo called cures for years, without benefit add they also Improv ed my Bight.' Now, at seventy, am feeling nne." or ayspepsia, iaiitBw-o tiori, all 'atomach, liver and Kianey troubles, they're without equal. Try them. Only 50 cU. at all druggists. MMiMsiir M haii. aid aoaetliirffl Breai-ls the Staff ef Life Ice CrunSfirred Frtnf;Siaf Ii Memory of Little J. Carl. 'Tls Dalnfullv grievous to have our home rent and torn by the un welcome visitor' Death, and wftiie we sadjy, mourn over our greatest loss, Heaven rejoices in its richest galh.vj;Our dearest little boy J. Carl 'iwtisori. was born April 22, LARTFORD BAKE1T W; 0. Schlemmer,;Fppw MARTFftRDt. t -; rtAfifAwtAwn frtr fliAlr lug -the lllnessv aaa; deatlb otV'sag sweet boy.Theyr gave aH Ou earn and consolation possible. J. C.S. Jackson, Nettle Jackson, W Parents. 1912, 'aid died May 18, 1913, aged was J. C. i2,4morithBknd 26 days. He the only child of Mr. and Mrs Jackson. It' Is a common practice for ua to think- .nil uv mir nwn loved ones are the brightest and ' dearest, but it seems that all who knew Can were, drawn to him by ihe strongest nhnmla nf IfWA. He WB8 OBly a child, yet he was rapidly developing and giving every eviuemw w. ire6 a remarkably smart child. When we .remember , him la. hto unselvtoh, mood In the home wish hla nlaymates and in all hts JoveUr aess, our eyes are filled with tsars sjM our nen rw l''vt?," ? w... Aajtrkm .Such exDerlonosa cai.bnly be felt .and not uttered la peaea language, wougu we ww be resigned to' the sovereign wlU, of AlmigkySod. for 'tis He j bleeslnga in' disguise, tyoaro.oom? forted and rejoiced to, kiw, ttat Ortd is God of the Uvtte and not ' . . . LL ' t.. the. seed ana. .jassv.ww- r"" arllagv ta; i jfatt- ' tf 'to xfivM wl tfcsjigwOiwa-,Jai'tsgreT 'os.?to,tot.rat nssslMsara heaven .W ctttasd anstiier ae'ol its' Jewrfs sfcd J Bearer, oearer, ana in y p ni a sad. solemn, and .almost' t: bWrsble ,Jhougt to know tV aaaawy uea save. --ir-sUraaUy seplritoi,, yet to Vwtm lkt we shall bjt uate4 n spirit. ttbatosfvolr. bow to Ills, dlae wHl sad reeltoe that tlme'aad ths gre t Go aloae an heal she wound. 'vfrwlU, dsmsmy ouf Vaanks ' tov tbe fod P LOST last week, In Barretts sk Buford voting predncta. a KsSf temnlar. Masonic . embhaa wste charm,, with, my name engrave sa same. Reward It returned to HartJw Republican or T. B. BCTLi2 Shseve; Kr A Girl's Wild MldnlsjhtRM. To warn people of a fearful fire In th Cstskllls a young gtrt raOs horseback at midnight aad savfJ many lives. Her 'deed was gloat at but lives are often saved ojf am King's New Discovery In cunias HsctC trouble, coughs and colds. wrWcfci might have ended. In coaamnBfUBt mmr pneumonia. "It cured me; or m dwsad ful.eouugh and lungdtsease;' wrttem W. !. Patterson,' We)Ungtoav Ttss 'after four In our faintly haul s wlta1 oMumptlon, and 1 gasaea u pottadsJNotblng so sure aa sarfa lor all three and lucg rtfwsbtesc vnssr 6c and lr.00. Trial ar free, aar- sateed by all druggtot. A Fit Story. v Fish, Wish. Bait, Wait a, l . BUe, , Flight. Roam, . Home, Buyi LW. l' 1 i i. 1 sm. Buy It.BOwACfcamsssawYfc CMan. rlkAbn ana Dferrboea Jasssadr IstasV- most eartaia to be seeds unatr la over. Boy ft ' srsfsWasr'' mKii an emeraJMsr. ale by all dealers. . I : TtJtSuiUcan. Hic. w. .-- ' .,. ciiv - .- '''p " - .. A, ;?r ,j M .'' ti j i .