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Hungry NUMBER 16. 3S&8 WE HAVE A FEW Jury In Dolan Case. After long deliberation, the jury trying Thomas Dolan, Lexington turfMr. James N Denny's large tobacco 'Opening Of Kentucky Fair Season Here man and lawyer, charged with killing barn was burned to the erround Tues- Today With Prospects For The i, .. . of alderman Patrick b. Mooney, were raaynignt. ine ongion "... nre is or the unable to agree and were discharged. unknown, about 50 barrels of corn, 150 Most Succefsful Meeting In Dolan's bail was fixed at $10,000 which bales of straw and some machinery The History Of The he has not yet succeeded in giving. was lost He had 800.00 insurance on the barn. Association. Good pictures at the opera house this week and the visitors will enjoy them. THE FAIR. ... ;:' when purchasing plumbing. r3Zul Three Points to Remember Select a plumbing firm that has an established reputation for honest workmanship and modern methods. 1. Danville Fair. Buggies that we &. Surries will make a special price on, as we do not want Don miss the great Danville fair next week. You will see all the hor ses there and the" pretty girls will also ran. Col. I. M. Dunn, the efficient Secretary has left nothing undone and the people are expecting the greatest fair this year that Danville has ever had. This is a great event in Central Kentucky and many Garrard county people will be on hand to see the great exhibition. School Per Capita Increased. Information Day. Dr. H. R. Spitler, of the Crab Orchard Sanitorium has announced that he would invite every one to call at the Sanitorium on Sunday, July 30th and hear free lectures and explanations as to his great cure. He has had many patients from this county and in almost every instant has done them a world of good. Among the people who have spent a few weeks there are Mrs. Kemp Walker and Mrs. G. M. Pat- The Kentucky Fair Season opened here this morning with the best prospects for a successful meeting in the history of Lancaster fairs. Ninety, four head of Kentncky's finest horses were on the ground at the ringing of the opening bell ready to contest for the $2,000 in purses offered by the association. The following well known to rtiove them to our new location (Mason Hotel.) Now is the time to get bar gains in BUGGIES. All this work is GUARANTEED. Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor State Superintendent of Schools announces that the per capita school tax for this year will be $4.40, the largest per capita tax ever known in the state. If there is any class of labor that is worthy of the hire it is the public school teacher, especially in the rural districts where they have to go through all kinds of weather, and often are compelled to teach in badly ventilated or poorly heated school houses, and heretofore they have ljad to do this for a comparatively small amount of pay. Reg-enste- in terson. Convenient Way To Scald Tomatoes. turfmen are in attendence:- Mat Cohen with a string of thirteen head of beauties, headed by Kentucky Choice, also Riala'da, a splendid roadster and eleven others, all cracker-jack- Select fixtures which are backed by a strong guarantee fixtures which you may buy on certainty, not 2. on chance. 3. s. common practice to put tomatoes in a vessel of scalding Water and leave them till the skins may be removed, then fish them out with a fork. A better 'practice is to put the. fruit in a wire Basket, whfch may be contrived of poultry netting if nothing else is at hand suspend the basket in scalding water till the skin will slip on the tomatoes, then remove and immerse quickly in cold water, then the skin may be removed without burning It is a Mack Hughes, with a string of extra good ones. Mack was burned out recently, but Phoenix like he has risen from the ashes and has a string that will contend for every inch of the way plumbing that is the cheapest in the end. When you have us install "gUtidaYiV fixtures you satisfy these requirements as thoroughly as possible. that it is the Remember best Dunbar. the hands or mashing the fruit. Delighting the Crowds. Lin-bol- n get the choice. They are going to sell. Mrs. Nancy Ermine Dunbar, wife of Mr. Sidney Dunbar, who lives in county between Hubble and Hedgeville on the old Danville pike, died Saturday mprning. M.s. Dunbar had been an invalid for many years. She was a noble christian woman and her deathvill be a source of regret to a large circle of her Lancaster friends. Mrs. Dunbar was sixty five years of age and she with her husband moved to their present home in 1884 from with the best of them. Clever Dick Scudder has five headed by his great stallion All Pevine, and each and every one of them a bread winner, who beats the man from will earn his money. Bud James and Abe Coleman from Harrodsburg with eight head, including four road horses that may be counted upon to give a good account of themMc-Kinn- ey A r1- - J HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE. I H We can save you money if you will let us. Jamestown. After funeral services at o'clock Mondiy afterthe home at noon, conducted by Rev. Cook, of Danville, her remains were laid to rest in the Danville cemetery. 2-- ADMINISTRATOR SALE. CONN BROTHE f x. Lancaster, Ky. -- On Sat. Sep. 2, 1911, 9. A. M. will sell the property of Almira Wearren Dec'd Viz; 43 acres land 6 miles of Lancaster, on Buckeye turnpike, good house and barn 2 hen houses, smoke house, coal and buggy house, shop, 2 good wells, cistern, 3 lasting springs, milk house and the best of sand stone land in fine, state of f ertilityr " $&3&&C Also personal consisting of 1 family horse, 2 jersey cows, buggy and harness, good lot of house hold and kitchen furniture and numerous other W. O. Wearren. (Adms.) things. ' - si LOOK! LOOK! FROM LOOK! READ! RETIRING Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not afford to miss the Great Bargains we are of- fering in Clothing, Shoes, nishing Goods. Men's full suits worth $10.00 to $12.00 now $1.98 to $2.95. $15.00 and $18.00 Suits going in this sale at $7.98. $20.00 and $25.00 Suits $1 1.58 to $13.58. Men's Shoes 98cts and up. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and up. GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. V-- TERMS STRICTLY CASH. : :.f. Ffr Lancaster, Kentucky. XL LOGAN. "$$?-,- roadster stallion Arion. Edgar Doty, an old timer at this fair and justly popular with our people, brought down six good ones from his Madison county farm. He has Lord Bourbon a splendid combined roadster who is expected to gather in some of the coin for the Madissn county boy. John Smiley, who always sees to it that Lexington is not left outside the money, has six horses here, including Bourbon Prince a splendid type of the Kentucky saddle horse. Carroll Bailey with his walking horse On To Texas. and saddle mare is prepared to look Mr. Wallace Steele, General Agent well after the interest of the east of Texas Land Dpvslagment Co. of CrysLincoln. tal City, Texas is at the Kengarlan and Sandige represents the west will be here until August 1st when he end of the same county with two horwill leave with a large crowd of Garses, one of which is a splendid road. rard, Lincoln, Boyle and Casey Among the people who are ster. Sterling Curtis is also one of the Lingoing to take the trip are Hon. Jas. I. coln county contingent, he has a splenHamilton and wife and about fifteen did two year old road filly, of whom he others from this county. Mr. Steele is expecting great things. has just received a message from the Hugh Tarkington is over from Boyle President of his company stating that county with a mare and colt and one of every person who went with him on the best two year old road mares that his trip of the 18th. inst. had made a will be seen on the Kentucky circuit purchase. Crystal City is a growing this season. town of about 2500 people and is desCharley Cecil is also here from Dantined to be one of the best cities in the ville with his great team of road mares lone star State. It looks like this prosand it goes without saying that he will perous little place is about to get a give somebody a run for their money. strong hold on some of our best people. James Hockaday of madison has two Mr. Steele will gladly talk to any one Pevine colts that give promise of desiring to take- the trip and will ex- Rex a brilliant future, and within another plain all the details of the trip. year will he strong contenders in the fair rings. A Good Measure. Rue Duerson is also down with a Hon. Francis Douglas, representative string of Peavines, and from their looks elect from Boyle county, who will be it seems that the Peavines are to make chosen without opposition from any their marks among Kentucky's best in other party, has a pet measure that he the near future. will try and get through and if he suc Urian Dunn is over from Hustons- ceeds, and it is almost a surety that ville with three splendid saddlers that he will, a storm of approval will go up are the cynosure of the eyes of all from the people of this state. His bill lovers of that class of horses. Bob Moreland has Kenneth Mac, the requires, all merchants who sell revol vers to pay a license to the state and unbeaten roadster over from Lexing to keep a record showing to whom re- ton, he also has a splendid walk trot volvers have been sold. It will be a mare that wil give a good account of serious crime for a merchant to sell hersjlf. minors and certain other people revol Mr. Sears of Nicholasville has two vers at all. Such a law is now in force horses, one of which is a splendid 4 in New York and has been of much year old roadster that is expected to value in suppressing murder in that be along side of the best of them. Among the Garrard county horses State. Mr. Douglas is certainly on the right shown is Burton's Dr. Pontius, a good track. The revolver toter is the com- roadster, the hope of the home talent; ing murderer. Few men are killed ex- Forest Stapp's three year old roadster cept by people who actually make a gelding and Carlton Elkin's road mare habit of carrying deadly weapons. It and harness horse. is a rare thing that a 'man prepares Other horses are expected for the himself to kill a man. The habitual remaining two days of the meeting. toter causes the trouble. The mule premiums are being contended for by Senator Hubble, J. H. - fire JWarshaTs Report. Baughman and Harris and Woods. The judges are Messrs J. Miller Ward 'The fifthannual report of State Fire Hardins-bur- g Marshal W. F. Neikirk has just been of Paris, Vic Robertson of and Mansfield Kirby of Bowling received by us and is a complete compendium of the fires in the state dur Green. Seiberts band of Louisville is making the yeor 1910, giving the cause of ing the music for the occasion. Presieach fire, the loss there from, amount of insurance and a vast amount of dent W. B. Burton and his directors other information. The table shows assisting him are making everybody Garrard county to have had four fires welcome, while Lewis Gill as Secretary amount- is attending to the clerical part of the during the year meeting. Bob Arnold has relinquised ing to $13,300 and losses of $17,400. deIn the entire state there was 403 his ambition to be sheriff and is voting his entire time to the fair, he is fires due to defective flues, a greater number from this than from any other here there and every where and is cause. Fires from defective flues are surely "the whole thing." due to carelessness, and with a due Chaage Of Tise amount of caution could be avoided. The Louisville train has changed time In thelate fall when it comes time 'to and passes Lancaster at 11.01. A. M. have fires in the house, the flues and chimneys should be carefully examined and 2. 09 P. M. and any defects, such as loose brick or The Joint Institute for colored teachlost mortar should be remedied, better ers will, convene in Danville August 21. to have a brickmason examine them Please make preparations to be presand repair any defects found. Often ent during the entire session as teach times" by the expenditure of ''aT small ers saJary-fothat week will only be I amount of money in this way'a vdisas- - paid on the certificate z Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt; trous fire may be avoided. county-peoplewith-insuranc- The Demorest Comedy Company who are showing each night under their big water-proof tent at the Ball Park are having large crowds and good shows. Mr. Demorest was here eleven years ago with the Williams Stock Company and showed at the old opera house. He will be remembered by many as being the light of the show at that time as he is now. Miss" Ona Demorest playing the Reading roles protrays her parts in a most pleasing manner and has stamped her3elf as a clever leading lady. The specialties introduced between the acts by members of the company were met with hearty applause. This is a good clean show and you need not fear but that it is a decent place to take your family to enjoy an evening. The scenery is beautiful, being about the best that is carried by this class of a show. selves. Walter Walker is over from Lincoln with a string of six led by his great Carroll Preston, and it is safe to count on several blue ties accompanying Walter back to Stanford. Smiling Bob alker, who everyboby admires for his good, nature is down from Richmond with a string of six among whom is numbered his great uet More Than usual Value You know that the best way to be sure of getting good clothes for your money is to go to a place where none but good clothes are sold. The best way to get more than usual for your money is to go to that place where they're offering goods at clearance prices. That's what we're doing here. now; we're clearing the decks for the fall campaign; everything in Suits go at a price now. I Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes go; suits that you'll be glad to own, and wear, at much under regular prices. Men's fine all wool suits in Brown, Tan, Gray, also Black and Blue. Regular price $16.50 now $11.98. One mixed lot of Men's fine all wool suits, Hart Schaffner and Marx make, in Brown, Tan, Gray and other colors. Regular price 20.00 now $14.98. One big lot Men's all wool suits in all various colors including BlacKs and Blues of Hart Schaffner and Marx make. Regular price $22.50 now $16.75. Men's suits of very finest quality, H. S. & M. make, in Gray, Brown, Tan, Black and Blue. Regular $25.00 and $27.50 values now $18.75. Jas. W. Smith, The House of Quality. 000000000000000000000X e In order to cut down my large stock of you can get some low down prices, for a short tops " Ulffi k rail 3 time. r W. J. Romans. " ?. .1 l7-21-- 5t K jw . a - - ii -- a. U .i - "1,1" 1 The Central Record INCORPORATED. Issued Weekly: 1.00 A YEAR. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered at the Post as Second-Clas- s Office In Lancaster, Ky., Mull Matter. sued by the boards of health throughout the state, and copies of which are be" ing scattered broadcast,, might prove beneficial in cases where there is a doubt as to the purity of the water supply, or of the milk:- "In view of the very hot and very dry season which this State has just been through, and the fever possibili- To Our Visitors. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., July 26, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements $ 5.00 For Precinct and City Offices For For For For For 10.00 County Offices and District Offices.... 15.00 State 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, ner line Democratic Ticket. For For For For Governor James B. McCreary. Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. Auditor Public Accounts Henry M. Bosworth. State-- C. For Secretary of lius. F. Crece- - s e kV ki - k R fr i' of the chaser to Ranch 77 at La Pryor, Texas, Democratic ticket this fall is made Tuesday, August 1st, leaving Lancas doubly sure by the action of the State ter, Kentucky, at 2 p. m., on L. & N. 10 eacn purcnaser or zu acres or Central Committee, who after hearmore we Credit the total expenses on ing an address by Senator James B. McCreary in Louisville last Thurs- the purchase price. We can prove to day, issued a call for a state conver-tio- n you that one crop of onions will pay for to be held in that city on August your land the expense of producing the condition. For County Judge. 15th to formulate a platform upon crop and lea e you net $100 per acre which the state ticket shall run at the for each acre you put in bemuda onions We raise two crops of corn each year We are authorized to announce Claycoming November election. The Democratic Platform. and never less than 65 bushels per acre ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun The following resolutions unanimously On August 15, the Democrats of Ken adopted by the committee in secret We cut alfalfa G to 8 times a year. ty Judge of Garrard County subject to Our oats crop makes 85 bushels per tucky will meet in Louisville for 'the session contain the call for the conventhe action of the democratic party. acre. sole purpose of adopting a platform. tion:. We are authorized to announce Fruits of all kinds, water mellons, Months before the Republican State James A. Beazley as a candidate for convention was held, the Democratic Be it resolved by the State Central and cantelopes net from $125. to $150. and Executive Committee of the County Judge of Garrard county, subpress of the State, virtually without Democratic party of the S a'e of Ken- per acre. Democratic ject to the action of the exception, had given its indorsement tucky, in joint session assembled in it never gets as not in tne summer party. months in Texas as it does in Kentucky to nine planks proposed by The Times Louisville, Ky,. on July 20, 1911 (a Soil is from 3t to 6 feet deep, good dealing with State issue. These planks quorum of each of said committees For Sheriff. water and a healthy country. We sell declared for State aid for good roads, being present in person). That a our land, with water deeded with the We are authorized to announce C. A, in accordance with the provision of the Democratic delegate State convention d cash, adopted in be held in the city of Louisville on land at $90. per acre. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of constitutional amendment 1909, the right of counties to bond Tuesday, the 15th day of August, 1911, balance in one, two and three years. Garrard County, subject to the action themselves to build schoolhouses, the for the purpose of adopting and pro- Without the water from $25 to $40 per of the Democratic party. divorcement of the State's penal and mulgating a platform of principles for acre, and you can put down your own We are authorized to announce charitable from politics and the guidance of Democratic officers wells and save money. All of the land Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff the abolition of the prison contract and of the party in Kentucky and for is located from one to five miles from of Garrard county, subject to the ac- labor system, the overthrow of the lob the consideration there of by the peo- railroad and shipping station. Good school, stores; hotels and all tion of the democratic party. by, the general primary, efficient and ple in approaching campaign to be modern conveniences. We are authorized to announce W. nonpartisan inspection for Stale banks. followed by November election of 1911, E. C. Hughes will personaly conduct election of United States Senators and at which election a State ticket L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard the the excursion. county, subject to the action of the by the people, tax revision and the re- and members of the next General AsFor all particulars call on or write moval of the peace officer who fails to sembly are to be elected. democratic party. Hughes & Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. protecthis prisoner. At the Democratic Second Delegates shall be selected convention to nominate a Railroad to said convention on the basis of one Baughman's Big Annual Sale. For Assessor. Commissioner for the Second district delegate for every 200 votes and every The J. H. Baughman Live Stock Co. We are authorized to announce Dave all of these planks were indorsed, with fraction of 200 over 100 votes cast by C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor the exception of that relating to the the Democratic party of Kentucky at will hold their big annual sale of live of Garrard county subject to the ac- prisons, a change in the method of the presidental election of 1908, and stock at Nunnellys stock yards in Stan-- I electing the Prison Commissioners be- which delegates shall be selected in ford on September 6th and 7th, two tion of the democratic party. cuueoutiy mm iiiursuay. ing substituted. Throughout the mass conventions held in each and uojoi On Wednesday September the 6th, We are authorized to announce Mr. both candidates for the Demo- every county in the State. ; provided, E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi cratic gubernatorial nomination made the first day of the sale they will sell in cases of counties having two or 110 ten head of mules, brood mares and nation of Assessor of Garrard County, clear their position on these questions. that more legislative districts, seperate consubject to the action of the democratic When the Republiaan State conven- ventions shall be hed in each legisla- colts, there will also be sold on that party. tion was held, practically every one of tive district Said mass conventions day 600 head of extra stock ewes, 400 these planks was appropriated, and it shall be held in each and eyery county head of extra cattle, ranging from For Magistrate. is already certain that when the Demo- and legislative district in the State as calves to 1100 pound feeders. On Thursday the 7th there will be a We. are authorized to announce cratic platform convention meets the aforesaid, beginning at 2 o'clock p. m. sale of from 125 to 150 high class "John N. White as a candidate for Republicans will assert that the Dem- on Saturday, August 12, 1911, and sa.d ocratic declarations on State issues conventions shall be called to order and t horses, consisting of saddle, trotting Magistrate, in the first district of Garj and general purpose horses. rard county, subject to the action of have in turn been borrowed. The facts held in the manner provided by the There will be a good dinner for all are otherwise. What is more to the party law. the democratic party. on the ground both days, This sale purpose, any declaration of principles Third All known Democrats, all insubscribed to by James B. McCreary, dependent voters and all minors who last year attracted a large crowd from A Stitch In Time. Edward J. McDermott and the other will be legal voters by the November this and other adjoining counties who were well pleased with the sale and I the years agone Lancaster has been Democratic nominees, will with reason election, 1911, and all voters who de- the class of stock sold and the manner command confidence. The same does clare a purpose to offiliate with the peculiarly blessed in the matter of not hold true in the case of Judge Democratic party in the next State of conducting, and it is safe to say that good health, there has been no epidemic a large number of Garrard county of any kind here since the cholera O'Rear, who comprises the whole of election of 1911, are declared eligible to stock men will attend this year, as ticket. Louisville participate in said mass conventions scourge in the early '70 s. This fact is the Republican this is an opportunity to buy stock duly more especially to the care exer- Times. and to be elected delegates to said that is seldom offered buyers in this cised by our people as to the various State convention. part ofthe country. health rules which are laid down for Fourth As the present party organ The Reciprocity Pact after sixteen them. In the first place, the town is months stormy sailing KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. has at last ization was selected only three years well drained, situated upon a hill, it is reached a Bafe harbor. It passed the ago and has not yet served a full term naturally drained from every direction, senate on last Saturday by- a vote of of four years, and as a State conven Health Is Worth Saving, And Some Lan our supply of city water is pure and o3 to 27, a caster People Know How To majority of 16 votes, Sena- tion will be held in 1912, the State con wholesome, and is kept so by constant tors Paynter and Bradley of Kentucky vention to be held as aforesaid on Save It- care and watchfulness upon the part of both voting for a measure. After the August 15, 1911, is not called for the charge of the water appending those who have of the signatures of Sneak purpose of selecting committeemen or Many Lancaster1 people take their supply. er Clark and President Taft, which party organization. lives in their hands by neglecting the Yet, with all these facts in view, we will take place at once, the measure Fifth Said committees jointly as kidneys when they know these organs must not think that we are immune will then be through with in so far as sembled ratify the action of the State need help. Sick kidneys are responsifrom the various diseases incident to the United is concerned and will primary of July 1, 1911, in selecting ble for a vast amount of suffering and States the heated season of the year, the low be up to the nominees of State offices, as declared ill health the slightest delay is danCanadian water supply, the heat and the dust. As has been the caseGovernment jn this country. by the State Executive Committee, gerous. Use Doan's Kidney Pills a This is the time of year, more than any the measure has met with opposition in and with confidence appeal to all remedy that has cured thousands of other, when deadly typhoid germs, the Canada, and voters of Kentucky to aid kidney snfferers. Here is a Lancaster the same tacticts of, delay y-loving most common and the most dreaded of have been pursued, however the Can- in the election of the said magnificent citizen's recommendation. all diseases in this locality, are most to adian Government has commenced btate ticket nominated in said priMrs. T. S. Elkin, New Danville Pike, be feared. Already our neighboring forcing the holding of morning, after- mary, and also to aid in the termina- Lancaster, Ky., says: "I feel grateful towns are reporting several cases of noon' and evening sessions of their tion of Republican misrule in Ken- to Doan's Kidney Pills for the benefit this dread disease, and if we are to parliament in their efforts to secure a tucky and in the election of Demo- they have brought in my family. My ward it off and enjoy the same good vote on the measure. Its ultimate cratic members of the next General back was very lame and there was a health which has been ours in the past, passage is undoubted, but they are Assembly, so that the Hon. Ollle constant pain at the base of my spine. we must exercise every precaution to seeking to delay the matter as long as James, the Democratic nominee for Doan's Kidney Pills went at once to preserve the very best sanitary conpossible by having the opposition to United States Senator, shall be elected the root of my trouble and entirely reditions. make long winded speeches against its to represent the people of Kentucky lieved me. Another member of my The first and greatest measure to be passage. and If the present plans to. force now of the nation in the great contest family was bothered by attacks of taken is to get rid of the flies, this is being waged at Washington, D. lumbago a crisis it. the matter and bring it to a well nigh an impossibility, but they C, between Democratic Senators, as lame thatand his back was so weak and vote prove unsuccessful, then the walking was difficult Doan's may be reduced to the minimum; screen measure will have to be taken up at the representatives of the people, and Kidney Pills, procured at Frisbie"s your house carefully, and especially be general elections this fall. It is Republican Sena'tors, as representa Drug Store, brought relief in this case careful to guard the articles of food their not likely that the new pact will be- tives of the protected and privileged jqt as quickly as they did in mine. I from the flies, especial care should be come effective until the coming winter, jnterests of the country. The term of have not the slightest hesitation in taken with the milk, as it is one of the said James to be elected as aforesaid recommendingthis remedy, as I know most easily contaminated of all articles shall begin on 'March 4,1913. it lives up to all claims,tnade for it." used for food. Look well and carefully Texas seems to. have gone wet 'Sixth Said mass conventions jshall For sale by all dealers. Price 50 to your drinking water, see that it is in Saturday' election by a majority be held at the courthouses in various cents. FosterMjlburn Co., Buffalo, pure and free from, contamination, and of from 3,000 to 4,000. The indications counties 'constituting one legislative if you have any doubt as to its purity, are that the' entire vote when received district, or where two or more coun New York, sole agents for the .United States. boil it before drinking. will not materially change the complex- ties constitute a legislative district, Remember the" name Doan's and 'The following warning bulletin is- - i ion of the returns, wvj "! mw usiu b jj(HJCO fcu UB Ultjjg- - take no other. The already assured success One-thirins-itutiI For Attorney General James Garnett mos bottles." By the exercise of a reasonable For State Superintendent of Schools amount of caution as to the sanitary Barksdale Hamlett. For Commissioner Agriculture J W. condition of your premises and their surroundings, and a due regard for the Newman. and For Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. condition of your drinking water food staffs, the fear of disease resulGreene. tant from the hot weather and the dust For Railroad Commissioner W. F. may be reduced to a minimum, in fact, Klair. with the taking of all necessary preFor Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. cautions along these lines, no fear need For Representative John M. Farra be felt at all of the spreading of dis from Garrard Co. easejthere may be and there is always a few scattering cases of typhoid, but no chance of an epidenrfc need be feared ANNOUNCEMENTS if the community is in a good sanitary ties resulting therefrom, the health department considers it timely to advise the public to boil or pasteurize all milk and to boil all water not artesian. A good way to pasteurize milk is to set a pan of cold water on the stove and put the vessel containing the milk into this pan. Just as soon as this water comes to a boil take it off and cool it. The milk is now pasteurized. Boiling the milk is more effective in the way of destroying germs, but the nutritive properties of the milk are certainly in terfered with. Pasteurizing the milk is therefore preferable. Thoroughly cook all vegetables, and peel all fruit before it is eaten, and see to it that all fiies are kept out of the house and away from the food by thorough screening, thorough cleanliness and the use of the swatter, fly pa'per or other exterminators. "Those in the habit of motoring be yond the confines of the artesian water system are urged to exercise every care in the water and milk drunk and the food eaten. It must be remembered that the festive fly is active everywhere, and flies mean filth and fever. Motorists are therefore advised to use pasteurized or boiled milk and artesian water and carry it with them in ther Kentucky hospitality is proverbial the world over. Situated as we are in the geographical center of the state, we pride ourselves that in no section of the state can we be surpassed in the dispensation of this hospitality. Lancaster is not surrounded by a Chinese wall, neither is there a toll gate upon any of the various turnpikes leading into" the town, consequently there is no latch key to hang out", and the time honored custom of delivering the keys may be dispensed with. Our hospitality is omnipresent and the stranger who chances among us is impressed with the ring of sincerity in the hearty hand clasp .and cheerful word which greets him. However "Fair time" is a week off with our people, a time when all of us turn out and take a few days off for our own recreation and to assist in making the time spent with us by those from a distance as pleasant as possible. To render the gala week a little more pleasant we have killed a chicken and churned, and added on a few more little touches here and there that are not to be found with us every week in the year, and to all of these things we bid you a hearty welcome. Our fair directors have put forth their very best efforts to secure a programme for you that will be of interest and our citizens will vie with each other in seeking to make your stay among us a pleasant one. We bid you a hearty welcome, one and all, of such cheer as you may find, partake freely and with the assurance that it is as cheerfully given as you may receive it, and may your memories of Lancaster when you leave be of such a fond nature that they will prompt you to pay us another visit. -- nated by the chairman of the legislaBLOOD POISON. tive districts in all counties having more than one legislative district No- - Cured By The Marvel Of The Century, B. tice of the time and places' of holding said mass conventions shall be given B. B. Tested For 30 Years. by publication for not Jess than ten Drives out blood poison in 'any days prior to the holding of same. stage permanently without deadly mercury, with pure Botanical ingreBig Land Sale. A big land sale was consumated Fri dients. To prove it we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE. day of last week which resulted in the If you have Ulcers, Eating Sores, 0. T. Walace homestead at Point Leav-ellMucus Itching Humors, Swellings, which was sold and divided into Patches, Bone Pains, offensive Pimples several parcels recently, passing again, into the hands of one owner. Mr. Wm. or Eruptions, take B. B. B. Botanic Smith of Flat Lick, Ky. purchased the Blood Balm). All symptoms healed residence and twenty one acres of land quickly. Blood is made pure and rich from Floyd Curtis, from Sherman Cot- completely changing the entire body ton he bought 101 acres and of James into a clean, healthy condition, healing 1. Hamilton and Mit Ross 44 acres. every sore and stopping all aches, The details as to the price paid for the pains and itching curing the worst several purchases were not available, case of blood poison. DRUGGISTS or by but the sale aggregated in the neigh- express, $1 PER LARGE BOTTLE, with borhood of $21,000. Mr. Smith will directions for home cure. SAMPLES get possession of his handsome prop- SENT FREE by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., Describe your trouble erty on January 1st. and free medical advice given. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. With His Life. Escapes e, 1-- m fSHiaiBiaiBia.'BfisflfiianOra. iQEmiiHmuaiaBiaiijsiB YOUR ACCOUNT IS DUE Please call and SETTLE. WE NEED THE MONEY, ii "Twenty-on- e years ago I faced an awful death," writes, H. B. Martin, Port Harrelson, S. C. "Doctor said I had consumption and the dreadful cough I had looked like it, sure enough. I tried everything, I could hear of, for my cough, and was under the treatment of the best doctor in Georgetown, S. C. for a year, 'but could get no re lief. A friend advised me to try Dr. King's New Discovery. I did so, and was completely cured. I feel that I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure." Its positively guaranteed for coughs, colds, and all bronchial affections. 50c & $1.00 Trial bottle free Special Excursion to Niagra Falls. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m Platform Primary Called. Free Excursion To Texas. The Zavola Land Investment Co., will run a free excursion for each pur- Personally condncted excursion to Niagara Falls, Lake Chautauqua, Toronto, Thousand Islands and Montreal, Tuesday August 1st via Queen & Crescent Route in connection with Big Four Route. Lake Trips Regular tickets reading via Big Four to Cleveland and L. S. & Hl M. S. Ry. between Cleveland & Buffalo in either direction, will be accepted for passage on the Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co's Steamers, or Northern S. S. Co. between Cleveland and Buffalo. Niagra Falls excursion tickets however ar limited to special train going, and therefore will not be available via C. & B. steamers, or Northern S. S. Co. on the going trip, but on return trip excursionists are in position to use C. & B. steamers or Northern S. S. Co. Buffalo to Cleveland. Tickets are limited to return to 12 days from date of sale. Ask Ticket Agent for particulars. H. C. King, P. & T. A. Lexington, Ky. The automobile was put to good use by a strawbery grower in Hopkins-villKy., during the season that has just passed. John W. Keeling, the J. II. Mount, - Son & Go. J' I iMBlilfSfijgrj fip - rii 'gUj'giirWiriaii :jpl l?l!lMiJl!iiS!ilSlMMll MMMmMMEMMfiH ru ii One Ounce of Satisfaction g IS WORTH A TON OF TALK. SEE THAT YOU GET Olen Lily Flour, and we Guarantee you that you will be SATISFIED. DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. e, Garrard liEilisiBnaiiipB) Milling Go. "strawberry king" procured a car at the beginning of the season and hustled crate after crate to the local mer-kor express car for Chicago shipment. et Lancaster, Kentucky. iiMiifipi;gJiiniMi?agil IftKM Flour. Coal, Salt, Shingles We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. A Pale Faces weak, and shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you are weak you need Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- d, STUDEBAKER WAGONS. I t : GLASS and SAUNDERS CAMP NELSON, KY. We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. E60 Take J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky., says: "I was so weak I could hardly go. I suffered, nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after, I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am in good health." Begin taking Cardui, today. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. - $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J, F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embuy, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. HELLO! IS THAT EASY AND SAFE TO U8E libert- INEXPENSIVE. Beazley Phone or call on us CS, " Haselden? IN- KILLS LICE ON ALL LIVE Do you write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? YES. vf I STOCK. at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. DISENFECTS. CLEANSES. PURIFIES. It has so many uses that it Is sfnecesslty on every turn. Telephones 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 363-- S 374-- S Installed Since May st, 1911. 1 CURES MANGE, SCAB, RINGWORM, SCRATCHES Destroys All Disease Germs IT J. W. Mahan G. A.Morgan Misses Moss & Lay Dr. R. L, Pontius Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. Residence Crab Orchard St. Residence Water St. Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. ' -- -4 DRIVES AWAY FLIES S tAlM 186 365 383-- U 384-- A James Rankin T. C. Rankin . Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. . Residence Bright's Bend. Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. Grocery Campbell St. R. E. McRoberts 6t Son. SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS 213 381 Turner & Carpenter Miss Margaret Zanone ". Paste this in your telephone book. Residence Crab Orchard St. " The Bastin Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, ;Ky M V m- - :,-- - - ,vi V-- v r ! i I l THE HOME OF REAL BARGAINS. Watch Our Table and Qounter Values, No Special Sale but our usual Low Price on goods of. QUALITY and STYLE. NO CAST OFFS. J 50c Cotton Voils 29cts. 50c Foulards 29cts. 35c Linweaves 19cts. 25c Dimities lets. 25c Dress Unens 14c. - 1 l 15c Lawns lOcts. 50 and 75c Corset Covers 39c. $1.50 Muslin Skirts 98cts. $4.00 Princess Slips $2.98. $3.00 Princes Slips $1.98. cts. 25c Suitings 10c Lawns 8cts. 11 The Joseph Mercantile Company. All for Aboard I) 1 I good boards, beams, timbers and lumber of any kind. This is the place where such things are bought by builders who know their business. Give us your next order and you'll know why. The difference in the quantity of I I I Gossip About People NNN A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. I & Creary were recent guests of Misses Emma and Bessie Layton. Miss Helen Gill has returned from a pleasant visit to Cincinnati. Cecil Mahan of Williamsburg is visiting his father, Mr Milton Mahan. Miss Lula McClure of Somerset is visiting her aunt Mrs. W. M. Champ. gether with Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta have been recent guests of Misses William and Richard Beazley at their handsome country home near Lexington. W. Lyne & Co., (Nicholasville) YOOU j will sell 9 houses and lots there, Saturday, August 5th, .at-- 2 p. m. Good chance to buy a home if you Fresh bread received daily for the fair contemplate moving. Write for Mr. Stanley Herron has returned Ball & Holtzclaw. particulars. It from Tatham Springs. M r j G. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, lumber needed and the time and money thus saved will amaze you. I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. VT Co. Mrs J. S. Baughman and little son, of Mr. J. Lewis Gill of Crab Orchard is Danville are guests of Mrs J. A. Beazley. here for he fair. Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond, W. R. Cook has returned from a stay is enjoying a stay with t he Misses Crab Orchard Springs. at Doty. Miss Nancy Goodloe of Springfield is Mrs. Logan Wood of Danville was visiting her father W. 0. Goodloe. the guest of her sister Mrs. J. M. Henry Tribble of Norton Virginia, is Mount. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tribble. Professor E. T. Davis of WilliamsMrs. J. B. Kinnaird is in Danville burg was a visitor in Lancaster the visiting her sister Mrs. J. A. Robinson. Mrs. Miss Ray Jenkins of Harrodsburg visiting Mrs. Luther Herron We pay cash or trade for produce. is Call 213. Turner & Carpenter. For Rent. Farm belonging to Mrs. H. C. JenHubigs fresh pies received every Mrs. R. Tankersley and children of week at Ball & Holtzclaw. nings. I will be in Lancaster on or Hamilton, Ohio are visiting her par-- , about August 3rd or 4th (for two days Don't forget the fair and the new only) for the purpose of renting the ents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey. grocery. Turner & Carpenter, above mentioned farm. Parties desirMrs. Jack Adams entertained twenty-nin- e Phone 213. ing to communicate with me will be little girls on Saturday morning able to reach me by telephone at the for her grand daughter Miss Maydalem I have a fresh lot of pies, cakes canresidence of Capt. J. A. Doty. England of Atlanta. The hours were dies and fruit for the fair, come and J. B. Jennings, Pecos, Texas. It from 9 to 11. Dainty refreshments eat-uup. Chas. Baierlein. m were served. J. W. Hays of Stanford is visit- ing her mother Mrs. Mildred Beazley. Miss Sadie Baughman of Hustonville will be with Miss Allie Yantis for the fair. Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Louisville, is with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. , m Mm&Mj&mLms&mmRL M&MftMj&MRMnHmQ. a Miss Sue Craig of Shelbyville is visiting Misses Minnie and Bessie Brown. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Short of Richmond were the guests of Mrs. C. D. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. William Steele of Nicholasville arc guests of Mrs. T. B. We Sell Ice AT THE I Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker and Mr. Ira Holtzclaw spent Sunday at Crab Orchard. Miss Jessie Powell of Hustonville, is the guest of her cousin" Misa Katie Simpson. Miss Ruth Waller of Louisville, will be Miss Flossy May Sutton's visitor Creamery AT - ;? this week. Miss Amanda Anderson is at home from the summer Normal school at Richmond. For Sale. Mrs. A. B. Elkin, of Louisville, MesUpright piano, in good condition, dames J. P. Simmons and W. L. Arpast week. nold, of Richmond and Mr. T. E. Ar- price 95.00. Apply at this offlce. Hon. Charles Hardin of Harrodsburg nold, of Deland Fla., are spending the For Sale was a guest the past week at the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Simpson House. Robert L. Arnold. Stock of good3. Selling on account of bad health. T. II. Howard. 2tpd. Mrs. William Smith of Perryville is Misses Delia Tinder and Mary Elvisiting her sister Mrs James H. Wea- more are the proud possessors of sheep When you come to the Fair call Ball & ver near Hubble. skins or diplomas which they have just Holtzclaw for all kinds fresh fruits Miss Nannie McWhorter is in Crab received from the Richmond Normal and candies. Orchard visiting her uncle J. C. Mc- having completed the school course which will enable them to teach. For Sale. Whorter and family. and Mrs. Theodore Currey have Mr. Rev. C. C. Brown wife and children I will sell or exchange for farm, my left Monday for Ashville, and Hender-sonvil- returned after a short bridal trip to stock of goods at the Shugar Creek Chattanooga. As both bride and groom bridge. For further information call North Carolina. are social favorites it goes without3ay-in- g J. W. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bogle have rethat many friends are extending turned to New Orleans after a visit to and wishing them much connubial bliss. Mr. and and Mrs. W. H. Wherritt. Misses Annie Herndon, Bettie West, Misses Keys and Eva Oatts of Monti-cell- o Allie and Mary Arnold and Patsy Kinare visiting Miss Jennie Rankin naird and Mr. Bowen Givens and and taking in one of the best fairs in daughters, Misses Mary Lee and Elizathe State. beth Givens have returned from an Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hall of Win- outing of three days at Mammoth chester motored to Lancaster for a Cave. short stay with Mr. and Mrs. R. ParMr" John C. Burnside, of San Augelo, ker Gregory. Texas, came Monday for a visit to his Mrs. Mary Taylor who has been vis- parents, Mr and Mrs James G. Burn-siditing Mrs. C C. Brown left Monday He was accompanied by his for Barboursville where she will visit friend, Mr. J. A. Wooten of Hopkins-villher daughter. Ky., who will remain until after le -tf Call On The Following Mer- chants. J. E. y Stormes, Druggist. & Merchandise. Grocers. Ball Holtzclaw, Davidson &. Walker, Grocers. T. Currey, Grocery. J : N. Ross, Grocery. R. S. Brown, General Turner D. T. & Carpenter, Grocery. Brummett, Grocery. And try a 10 cts cake of CREME SOAP Its more than soap made purely I of vegetable substances. A skin food and complection beautifier. & 13 TF T T$ A IT" t i Il ft LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY e. AUGUST 7, e, i2c Per Pound H. V. 1 BASTIN. TiMftM&MWmMRMi Layton and daughter of Decatur, Illinois are with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker. Mrs. Ann Walker of Huntington, West Virginia, is the guest of Lancaster relatives. Miss Naomi Ballou of Richmond is expected this week for a visit to the Misses Francis. R. L. Davidson of Tulsa, Oklahoma is here for a visit to his mother Mrs-- . Carry Davidson. Mrs. J. M. MfMfiWmMfMMm Miss Dove B. Harris of Danville is visiting her sister Mesdames J. E. and S. H. Anderson. Miss Emma Hughes of Stanford ..will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jamea A. Beazley this week. i t Jennie Murphy and grand daughter Miss Grace Bickett of Lexington are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Broaddus. Miss Elizabeth Collier is at home after a visit of several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier of Fork Ridge Tennessee. Mrs. S. A. McDearmon of Benton Harbor Michigan and M. H. Crutcher of Shelbyville are visitors of Dr. and Mrs. William Burnett. Mr- - and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard are now at home to their many friends at Bryantsville after a three weeks trip through, the Northern States. ' Mr. Herbert Ellis, debutante, ofWil-soN. C, is spending a couple of weeks with Billie Burton and is meeting all the pretty girls at the fair. .Mrs. J the fair. Miss Cordelia Hamilton left Thursday noon for a flying visit over Sun day to her home at Lancaster. She will return by Cincinnati, where she will do some wholesale shopping, and be back at her place of business injthis morning. Middlesboro city Tuesday Record-Herald. 8,9,10,11,12 6 Big Days and Nights 6 U. S. MarineBand, Daily Concerts Saddle Horse Futurity '?' Aeroplane Flights Daily by J. A. D. McCurdy Miss Mattie Adams was "At Home H AAA $J,UUl High-Class n, to a number of young friends Thursday evening at a ''yard party" in honor of her niece Miss Nelle England of Atlanta. The houre were from eight to eleven and tt ey only flew by to rapidly for the merry throng gathered. The yard was illuminated with lauterns- and the dainty refreshments served made the occasion doubly attractive. - GreatestCoItShowin the World Tferee Other Rich Saddle Hone Stakes $25,000 IN PREMIUMS of Live Stock Best of all American Horse Slews Splendid Display of Every Class Running and Harness Races Daily HERBERT F"SSS:.!rAF L KLINE CARNIVAL COMPANY D JOUETT SHOUSE, Sec'y, jmujmjAQ E LegUm, lives Pretty little Irene Saunders who just across the Grrrard line in tic KH c Miss Parish of Richmond and Miss Melvin of Crab Orchard are visiting Miss Hallie Brown. m ii nwfi V If 1 1 m Im I Stormproof Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to Cal Locontractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, They lastalifetime. They're Fireproof GET YOUR Fair Lunch - - AT Phone 181. ; v.- JDavidson & Walker, - &M Jr Tt r- --. a. 1 .... '& & Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberis have returned after a recuperative stay? ,atr jrao urcnara springs. Mrs. E. B. Campbell of Stanfo is visiting her mother Mrs. Joanijfe'Ball .. "'vumuuu n..v.iuv. f land Paul Elliott of MissesLettie May McRoberts and antsville, are attending a house party Mary Doty are at home afteiHin outing in Richmond at the home of Mr. S. W. at Crab Orchard Springs, Lackey. Mrs. J. Randolph Harris has returned Miss Bettie-Wehas returned from to her home in Stanford' after a visit an extended visit to friends in Louisto Jfndge'and Mrs. E. W,. Harris. ville. During her absence she, made a Ed Collier of Memphw, Tennessee is trip with a crowd from Louisville to here to spend his vacation with his Mammoth Cave. parents Mr. and Mrs. X. B. Collier. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Parrish of Crab Orchard, Mr. James Layton of CincinMrs. Robert Stone arid daughter Miss Stella Stone, of Somerset are here for nati and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Albright of Broadhead are guests at the home of a visit to Garrard couwty relatives. Mr. arid Mrs. W. H. Brown. Misses Angie and' Marguerite KinRobert Walter entertained the folnaird. have returned from a stay of lowing guests Mrs. Mast and daughter two weeks at Crab Orchard" Springs. Miss Lay Eleanor Mast Rock Mrs. John Ballard spent Thursday Ark., and Mrs. Chenault of Lexington with her friend Airs. G. M. Patter- at an inviting luncheon and porch son at the.Crab Ordhard Sanitarium. dance. Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond is Judge Lewis L. Wajker and Mr. R. is expected this wee'.k for the fair and L. Davidson left Sunday for a week's Hasel-dewill be the guest stay at French Lick Springs. Judge ' Walker, has been assigned to Barbours- AcT .Misses .Melissa aiiFJiriHam of viue iqr a special term oi court upon ' .. . Hyattsville AnniciW Walker his return. s. and also Miss Mc Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.- Elkin to- v Miss Jessamine county has won in the Lexand ington Herald popularity contest, a Nancy Walker, City, Washington, D. Martha Kavanaugh have returned trip C. and several other interesting places. from a weeks visit to Crab Orchard. She will leave on August 17th. in comMr. Thomas B. Anderson and grandpany with several other young ladies. daughter Misses Alberta and Sadie The party will be chaperoned by Mrs. Anderson have returned from a recuperative stay at Olympian Springs. Will McCarney of Winchester, Ky., " Robt and Cable Arnold of this place A Peek Into His Pocket. Bry and Milton Mrs. George D. fesa1.0,g in hi Robinson, Misses Edna mil Ov a o y st would show the box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve that E. S. Loper, a carpenter, of Marilla, N. Y. always carries," I have never had a cut, wound, bruise, or sore it would not soon heal," he writes. Greatest healer of burns, boils, scalds, chapped hands and lips, fever-soreeczema, corns and piles. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. s, skin-eruption- s, 1-- m of-Little "I, sir," remarked the Indignant citizen, "am a taxpayer." "Well," replied the political boss, "you have me to thank. You wouldn't be nearly as much of a taxpayer as you are excepting for my efforts." Washington Star. Parson's Poera A Qm. Claiming Credit. SCENE FROM LITTLE PARTNER BY - THE n. M&lmjof lr'VsW T 9- - - . ,.i',.,i;.' From Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Allison la., in praise of Dr. King's New Life Pills. "They're such a health necessity, should be. In every home these-pil-ls you've tried in vain, If other kinds USE DR. KING And be well again. Only 25r at R. E. ' McRoberts & Son. " DEMOREST COMEDY . CO. Wednesday Night; on. Ball Grpumd. s I II ' S " T - 4 - -- 2' f S " - i zr Read What They Say! Purchasers. G. Excursion Rail Road Go TO xxll ust 1st. Pull- - Read What They Say! Bankers. COMMERCIAL TRUST CO. B.Williams President. W. T. B. Williamsc Sons Bankers. Irvine, Ky., July 5, 1911. Texas Land Development Co. Kansas City, Mo. Gentlemen: South West Texas IRRIGATED LANDS. man Berth. Capital $1,000,000.00 I have just returned from your Texas lands and I am very much pleased with the trip. I found everything just as you represented it and liked the land well enough to buy some of it. I expect to go to my land about Dec. 1st to spend the winter as I don't.gunk I could find a more delightful climate in which to spend the winter. Yours truly (Signed) GEO. B. WILLIAMS. Pare Only $39.95 Round Trip. we have 25 or more in party we will furnish Free By special Arrangement we can make this cheap Party Fare. If with us and Inspect this Land which canbe made to pay for Itself in one Crop. 20 Acres of this Land will produce more Profit with less Labor than 160 Acres of Dry Land. Kansas City, Mo, July 10, 1911. Mr. W. S Fish. Stanford, Ky. Dear Sir; At the request of the Texas Land Development Company, I am writing you a personal letter relative to the standing of this company, which I understand is composed of very prominent business men whom we believe have the ability of handling the proposition. Mr. R. T. Burge is at the head of the selling company and I fully believe you can rely upon anything he may tell you. Yours truly. (Signed) R. C. MENEFEE, PRICE .$100 PEE, ACEE We Have Sold Land To a number of prominent men in Irvine, Paint Lick and other points. We refer you to Goo. B. Williams, President of Williams 5 Sons' Bank; County Judge, O. H. WITH WATEE. Are You Going With Us? car-loa- PIONEER TRUST CO., O. W. WITT One Third Cash and Balance In Three Yearly Payments. We will take a d of people from Central Kentucky. W. S. Fish and J. W. Acey, of Stanford; County Judge Link Wells, Liberty; Dr. Thompson, Kings Mountain; R. H. Metcalf; cashier McKinney Bank, J. I. Hamilton, attorney, Lancaster; E. L. Woods, President Peoples Bank, Paint Lick. Many others will go. We want you to see our and before you buy. Capital & Surplus 600,000 Mo- -, Judge of Estill County. Irvine, Ky., June 29, 19H. To whom it may Concern: I have inspected Tartuguenta pasture in Southwest Texas and find it to be all that is claimed for it by the Texas Land Development Co. Although the fanners in this section were not through planting corn, I found the first crop of corn cut and in the shock in Texas, I tolked with a number of farmers and found all of them prosperous and content and making more money than it seems possible to make on a farm. The climate was ideal and every man m our party purchased a farm. Yours truly, (Signed) 0. W. WITT. Kansas City, Dear Sin July 10th I 191 1, Mr. W. S. Fish, Stanford Ky., Mr. R. T. Burge, of the Texas Land Development Company has been doing business with us for several Witt, of Irvine; also Dr. Carmen, O. L. Arnold, Hammock Bros., Tom Grady; all of Paint Lick and Jas. Hen-rof Kirksville." y, Texas band Development Co. 916 Com. $ldQ. Kansas CitJ flio. SEE OR WRITE Ock Goodloe, Wallace SteeleLancaster; or R H. Metcalf, McKinney, Ky. Wells Furnish Water When It Is Needed. Deep-Artesian months and came to us highly recommended by the Commerce Trust Co., with whom he has done considerable business for several years. They stated that they had a very high opinion of Mr. Burge and his business methods. Our experience with Mr. Burge has been most satisfactory. We think, in view of our own experience and the experience of the Commerce Trust Company that Mr. Burge is entitled to the confidence of the investing public. Yours truly, (Signed) B. H, GARVEY. Secretary. No Droughts. CROPS i HARVESTED I old. EVERy DAY IN THE YEAR. JnThe District Court of The United States! For the Eastern District of tucky in Bankruptcy. Ken- No Crop Failure -- HENS3to9cts Roosters 4 to 44cts. Young Ducks 8cts Eggs, 9 to 9icts. I FARMER'S COLUMN i Voe epo ooooo oooooeooc oo rspace below tliis heading Is for the exclu- Turkeys 8cts. Coal from 0 to 13cts in yard, lc more del. I sive nse of our farmer subscribers, nud is for the sale of stock, gralu aud such things on farm as the farmer cnunot afford to advertise. Ko notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in ,wo Uoiies of the Record, free of charge Ceifus Blanks sold a cow and calf to Victor Lear for $2G.50 Chas. Graves, of Paint Lick, has a nice short horn bull for sale. 18-9- 00 40 ewes from 2 to 4 years IF I HAD ECZEMA. Also 1 bull calf ready for service, I'd wash it away with that mild, subject to register. H. O. Arnold, Hyattsville, Ky. soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, 25c. Relieves all kinds of skin trouble, For Sale ninety good young Ewes cleansing away the impurities and and eight good Bncks. J. F. Thompson R.F.D.No'4 Stansord Ky. Phone clearing up the complexion as nothing 382 S. else can. Yes, If I had any kind ot skin trouGrading of cream is receiving more attention by the dairy press and dairy- ble I'D USE D. D. D. R. E. Mcmen than it possibly ever has in the Roberts & Son. history of the dairy business. I have for sale some nice young cows V. A. Lear bought fifty 200 pound hogs fresh, gentle and good milkers, also in the Sdoonvill neighborhood for 61 ct. some 100 pound duroc boars, gocd ones. per pound. J. W. Elmore. For Sale Burton Bros,, of Buckeye, Ky., are going to have a big sale on the 20th day of September, and wish to researve this date. They will dispose of all the personal property belonging to the late Wm. A. Burton. 0&u$ 'Sl Kill More Than Wild Beasts. good lime J. W. Tatem bought of R. E. Thomppound cattle for 4 cents. son and a car load of Portland Cement which we will sell at a reasonable For Sale One good yearling Bull. J. H. Thompson. Preachersville, Ky. price. For Sale Sow and nine pigs. Red Ash Jellico Coal, best on the J. H. Tompson, Preachersville, Ky. market. Seens for Thrashing Coal. Good block 12cts. LoST-Whbear skin cloak between Paint Lick and Lancaster. Please return to Oscar Boyle. Just received a lot of H. B. NORTflCOTT, DEPOT STREET. The number of people killed yearly by wild beast doriH approach the vast number killed by disease germs. No life is safe from their attacks. They're in air, dust, even food. But grand of all kinds and of the protection is afforded by Electric Bitters, which destroy and expel these deadly disease germs from the system. That's why chills, fever and ague, all Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed' A representative of our Company malarial and many blood diseases yield promptly to this wonderful blood puri- ' will be at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lan fier. Try them, and enjoy the glorious caster, every county court day. health and new strength they'll give LostHound: Yellow spot, name on HARRIS & WHEELER, 1911. collar; J. M. 'B. Reward if returned to you. Money back, if not satisfied. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 395-NICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY. J. M. Broaddus, Phone Several thousands barrels of the 1911 crop of corn was contracted here last week for $ 2.50 per barrel. Monuments BEST MATERIAL. ite In the matter of Coy S. Sanders a Bankrupt. On this 20th day of July A. D 1911, on considering the petition of the afore said bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 5th day of July A. D.. 1911. it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 22nd day of August A. D., 1911, before said court at Covington in said district at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be published one time in The Central Record, a newspaper printed in said district, and all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Witness the Honorable A. "M. J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, at Covington in said district, on the 20th day of July A. D. Red Top BETSY'S POINTERS Monysmea oi a aim time is aj should join the circle delighted cus tomers at R. S.BROWN'S The Store that sells Cadet Stockings. A few more bargains left, come and get your share. sewing circle witnout any scandal. Every person who is on the lookout for some "really good news Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- factory Roofing made today. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. J. W. Menzies, Clerk. , m ASK YOUR DEALER HASELDEN BROS. mm g Danville Fair, Aug -- J. JMrnMrn HE 2-3-- 4, 11 $200. - Roadster Ring Aug 3. -- Roadster Rings bach Day $200. 2-3- Saddlestake Ring Aug 4. -4 Attractions of Every Description will be oh the Grounds. ' August 3rd will be Louisville Day. Augusi will be Garrard County Days. - ft Hearty Welcome Awaits kvery One For further information and catalogues write. I. M Dunn, Sect. Wi) P. Givens, Prest. I - 't.Afr' 'J ?li -- ? A