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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 22 May 1903

F 0 I 0 Z fi2 2 Eo jj I 1 DONT I I DONT I DONT Buy a 1B Buy a Buffalo Pitts Buy a cheap Corn Planter rnPlanterI Buy a Guaranteed Evans Waste money on cultivators that years wear out in two or three I l Tie to and buy the Brown and Brown Man ley SpringBeauties OUR SETS OF HARNESS OUR LAP DUSTERS We sell Paint KiFrPOSTLE f KiFrPOSTLEy Gossip About People VigNgNg J A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Arc Interested In Miss Miller of Richmond is the guest of Miss Lizzie Hudson Mr R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick were visitors here Sundav Misses Broaddus and Sanders have been guests of Miss Sallie Ross Miss Eva Lammer of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs S D Rothwell Mrs Juliet Rogers has gone to Cin 1 cinnati to spend a few days shopping Mr Dolph Rice and wife of Dan ville were visitors in Lancaster Sat I urday Mrs Cotton of Bryantsville is visi ting her sister Mrs Geiger Pauldingfr street Mr and Mrs Lynn Hudson of New Orleans are visiting Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson H...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 22 May 1903

OP rir tVEAKESThere There is a form of weakness to which women are subject which is responsible for much general illhealth and unhap piness it is known as female weak ness From this local cause can be traced the slow advance of failing health which not infrequently leaves the woman a chronic invalid No woman should allow womanly diseases to progress without proper treatment The trouble is that these diseases progress often because of im proper treatment Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription can be relied on as a safe and sure cure for womanly diseases It establishes regularity dries unhealthy drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong and sick women well My health is the best now that it has been for four years writes Mrs Phebe Morris of Ira Cayuga Co N Y Box 52It I have taken but two bottles ofyour medicine c Favorite Prescription and C GOlden Medical Discovery These medicines have done me more good than all that I have taken before I c...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 29 May 1903

u qy 4 nom yyy f a 1 fSii J 4 a d > 1 t f I 4f G i itc < A 1 THE CE NThAL + RECORD 7 r L JfOtTltTEEKTJf ridn LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 29 1903limo > Ie 1For For Quality Style Durability and Price our buggies and hjrbroad wagons take the lead Our Twoin I One is a Beauty and you will like a Rex Buggy Our Harness are right IIp to the minute Jilt HALDE = = Of Local Interest s Clean up your yards Whitewash your fences Farm hands are scarce rWantedMore hustlers The little Park Is beautiful Saturday Is Decoration Day A good circus is badly needed The banks will be closed Saturday The City Council will meet Monday evening Get a move on and put your premis es in decent shape Nota drunk in town Monday How is that for good order Fix up your lot at the Cemetery Mr Henry will look after it at a reas onable price T J Hatcher is collecting for The Record Dont make him come the second time A broken bit caused some delay in boring for water but work is in full blast again A few cents worth of...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 29 May 1903

F r yr a 5 i s i7 I 1 rlIfiiJ Idr f IONT N1I Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness until you get our prices youI You i11 Mate a MistaKe 1 If you fail to look over our immense stock before you buy your vehicle lap rug IJ I whip etc I I I WE WILL SAVE YOU 1m I I money if you deal with us as long experience has taught us what to I buy and how to buy it I L Romans a Elmore I I r tr r It CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pat Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClati Mail Matter Lancaster Ky May 29 1903 The Record is glad to see Its friend I Owen McIntyre back on the Danville Advocate Mr McIntyre is a splen did newspaper man and can dress down an item to a queens taste A printing office in Michigan is opened and closed with prayer Thats quite different from the custom else where Down here printing offices are opened by some one with more ee money than brains and closed by the sheriff Hon R C Warren of Lincoln says he will be a candidate for democratic nomination for Congress...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 29 May 1903

i > s if l II TCF TOF e Brown Cultivators NEW BALANCE r I Brovn Manley Cultivators HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS LAP DUSTERS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS KUREEES PAINT K F JOSTLE is 1 J 1 c c Gossip About I I People veN N PeopleA i A Brief Mention of the Comings and I Goings Ly Those Ws Are Interested In Earnest Brown was here a few days this week Miss Gertrude Noel is the guest of Miss Jessie Doty Miss AllenePearce of Danville has been visiting here A II Rice of Nashville was herM several days this week Prof II D Sullivan left Saturday for his home at Dayton O Miss Minnie Johnstons school at White Oak closed Friday Miss Christine Bradley left Monday for her home in Louisville Mrs Susan Price is visiting her son Mr W C Price of Danville Miss Lillie V West has returned from school at Nichoiasville Miss Annie Herndon entertained the benior class Friday evening lion Jesse Alverson represented the Stanford Journal here court day Mr W J Homer of Danville is here a...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 29 May 1903

For the Farmer f Trader and Housewife Stock Hems Dtiiy Notes Hone Talk Crop Gossip Etc The drain of continual cropping is never noticed so particularly in an or chard until harvest time The trees put forth blossoms and the fruit that follows seems all right but when the fruit ripens too many culls are found When there is anything like a full crop of fruit it is only the choicest fruit put up in the most attractive form that brings paying prices The snaillike creatures so often found sticking to the Dark of the ap ple tree may be destroyed by washing with a lime white wash into which some wood ashes have been stirred Hog receipts are running up to last year a better showing than has been made for some time The average weight is increasing Chicago forApril showing an average of 222 Ibs or the heaviest since November and 8 Ibs heavier than last year for the same month Quality is also improving and the receipts show but a small percent age of old sows These facts are tak en as indicatin...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 5 June 1903

I 11 l It f > L FEE i CENTRAL f RECOPJI r 70UnTEENTJC YEI1 LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 5t 1903xv rBaso For Quality Style Durability and Price our I buggies and road wagons take the lead I Our Twoin One is a Beauty and you will like a Rex Buggy Our Harness are right up to the minute J n H A S Ln1jY = = 0f Local Interest = = Go to church The Chutes dry Put a tax on idlers 13 weep your sidewalks Small pox at Hubble Prospects finefor a good watermel on crop cropThe The rains were glorious and did a world of good Coons at the depot are still a nuis ance Stop it The rains have made truck grow as rapidly as Jacks bean stalk A number of new cottages could find ready renters Invest some cap ital at home gentlemen Massage Shampoon Man icureChir pody Mrs M A Harris also making hair braids and rates Shop in the Stormes Building over Potts Brojotf Several new pavements are being put down on depot street This is a ISeeral the right direction Now make those people elsewhere about town do likewise ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 5 June 1903

o I I lI1 fJ n i r ill r DONT DONTIj i1I Purchase a Surrey Buggy oadi1I wagon or Harness until you m get our prices Ion will Make a Mistake If you fail to look over our immense stock before you buy your vehicle lap rug I whip etc WE WILL SAVE YOU money if you deal with us as long experience has taught us what to m buy and how to buy it I Romans Elmore I CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClan Hail Hatter Lancaster Ky June 5 1903 I The Baltimore c Ohio railroad com pany has inaugurated a movement which should be put in practice ans enforced all over the country Notice has been sent out from headquarters that intoxicated persons are not to be allowed on the trains and the employ d ees must see that they do not board the cars That this will meet with the hearty approval of a suffering pub lic no one doubts Here in Kentucky it is seldom indeed that you can make a journey without the car being enter ed and the passengers annoyed the women frig...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 5 June 1903

t 57 ajssrssss sr VSSSL ir 1iEr j TrP OF Ii 1iErI Fl Brown Cultivators NEW BALANCE BrownManley Cultivators la Er i I HARNESS r HARNESS HARNESS m HARNESS i HARNESS LAP DUSTERS = HARNESS HARNESSHARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS i KUREEES PAINT I IKUREEES KF N POSTLE i I U I QI I S I II U o ga gp p a Cut your grass with a Piano Cut your wheat with a Piano I Cut your oats with a Piano Cut down repairs with a Piano PIanoI Cut down work with a Piano Cut down expenses with a Piano Cut down debts with a Piano Cut down blues with a Piano I I Cut Anywhere Cut Anything Cut Cut Cut Cut Cut Cut Of course it will c t7 5 1 4 And Piano Grinders will sharpen v the < knives and Piano twine iwiil > 4 tie all tight r Look on other I i S A s c y xr k v t s3r 8 Cx r I I Gossip About People Ne Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings 1y Those Wt Are Interested In Speed Boner of Richmond spent Sunday here Miss Nellie Dillon is visiting Mrs Stone of Versailles Judge R A Burnside was at home ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 5 June 1903

1 e t drg v 4frld dSchOOI Report w Jr < To the Honorable Byjirl of Ei oUion j Gentlemen I hereby submit fir your consideration the annual report of your public school system for the year ending May 22 1903 A careful examination of the same will reveal many things of interest to you and our people Total Examination of youth of School age 326 1Whole number registered in School during year 269 Average number of pupils be longing 245 Average daily attendance for yeary 213 Total days of attendance 37275 Total number of days taught 175 Length of School term in days 180 Total days of absence during year 2080 Per cent of attendance 94 Number of cases of tardiness 187 Per cent of Punctiality 995 Cases of punishment during year 21 Cases of lenancy during year 3 Number of Visits during year 260 Number of Visitors from trus tees 3 Seating capacity of school 370 Number of pupils enrolled in each department Primary 90 PrimaryIntermediate Intermediate 123 High School 56 Direct yearly expenditne...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 12 June 1903

< I j j THE CENTRAL RECORD i fR = 7OUITEEYTIILANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 12 1903Xf11X OURTEESTIL T2dT LANCASTER Xf11X r For Quality Style Durability i Durabilityur and Price pur buggies and road wagons take the lead Our Twoin I One is a Beauty and you will like a Rex Buggy Our Harness are right up to the minute JR HASELDEN Interest = = = = Of Local If you cant root for your town move out Fly time is on in earnest and the bald headed church goer suffereth Lancaster has fewer mossbacks than ever before Isnt that good Now we hear the howl Too much ram The people are never satisfied 150 excursion to Cincinnati Sun day Many places of amusement open The wheat crop will not turn out so badly as anticipated The rains came just in the nick of time The Somerset Journal says the girl with the biggest capacity for icecream sbda is not the most popular one this summer There has been scarcely any hot weather yet Old Sol will soon turn on the rays and bring out the loafer to the street corner box ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 12 June 1903

7 CENTRA RECORD JQUltlIANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky fl SeeondCltai Jfult Matter Lancaster Ky June 12 9P3 j i Uncle Sam is on the right track now that he is weeding out rascals and thieves in the post office department If the Investigation will be kept up and no pets be allowed to slip thro the fingers great good will come of the effort to punish the thieves and jobbers now in the service Now that Mr Roosevelt is back at his desk be should do all in his power to assist the officers working on the case The presidential election is not so far off however and nothing may result for the good of the service In the sixtynine years of his life a Missouri man has buried twentysix wives and just married the twenty seventh That fellow has a bright fu ture in the world to come if he goes to a warmer place as he will be some what acclimated Any man who has successfully withstood that number of I cold feet and mothersinlaw will Ito himThe The soldiers now in Breathitt noun ty...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 12 June 1903

l gssXira tSVC 4y MiV sC 444 I Lanmlon Bread Laodonror For Sale R 19J llso Peerless Iceland ii i Freezer Best Ice Cream jj 4 I Freezer made Call and i 1 see and buy o D lA H IVL BALLOU PERSONALS Mrs Merritt is visiting Mrs Douglas MerrittJudge Judge R A Burnside was at home this week Miss Theo ITcinphill is visiting friends in Dan it e Mrs Clay Dunn has joined her hus band in Richmond f Mr Jesse Walden and family of Dan r r 11 J r from a qttl her fluiclitor llrg OTi Overeirect of Little Hickman Misses Jiarlha and Helen Gill re turned Thursday from Glendale whir they have been attending school Col Ford of Rome Ga and Mrs James Letcher of Henderson are guests of the family of W B Mason Mr j Randolph Harris wife and lit tle daughter Katharine of Lincoln have been visiting the family of Mr E W Harris HarrisMr Mr C F Denman and wife who have been guests of Mr Alex West and fam ily have returned to their home in NicholasvilleRichmond Richmond Pantagraph Judge Wil liam Herndon of Lancaster...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 12 June 1903

+ 7 l oC C Land Stock ropsI ft There is a shgrtatjo of hands and j a burses for the wheat harvest in KanII bag and the State Employment Agent s says 25000 men and 4006 teams aret needed c cJ neededThe J The average yield of wheat to the w acre in Europe is 38 bushels Much more lalo and fertilizer is given grain r fields in the old countries than in oursThe The American Society of equity re quests the farmers to hold their wheat for 81 on the Chicago market This is the first attempt of the organization to secure united action for the pur pose of securing increased values for farm products Look BereWe have a fine stock of vehicles Anything you want andI our prices are right Romans El more 12tf The record sale of tobacco was made on the Louisville tobacco breaks last Week 1000 hogsheads of old Bur ley were sold to the Continental To bacco Company at between 100000 8150050 This disposes of almost the whole available supply of old Burley A big shipment of export cattle was made from E J ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 19 June 1903

4 wa f we s I i S vrv rBE CENTRAL RECORD FOUBTEENXH TBdl T LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 19 1903 1 < trn = x tRefrigerators Ice Boxes Ice Coolers Ice Cream CreamFreezers Ice Tongs and Ice Picks I t A complete line of screen doors and windows r We can please you i n prices and quality of goodsJiPhHASELDE JiPhHASELDE I 1 = = Of local Interest = = Give us vour JOB WORK The raspberry crop is fine Spring chickens are very scarce and I highCherries Cherries are plentiful so we are told A good circus would draw like a po rus plaster Dont forget the contest at Stanford tonight Friday The colored people will celebrate July 5th with a big barbecue parade etc The Somerset Journal says nobody but a woman can carry an empty pocket book for days and look happy over it Along with fly time comes the coat with no pockets and man poor man suffereth for some place to carry nis papers pencils etc The monthly pay roll of the railroad company and manufactories at Som erset is 72500 while monthly dis bursem...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 19 June 1903

I I big to ing I I are I old inc ed ers it r S I ed I s 10 I to J I I I i c < r a BUGGIESt 1 1 Is is i BUGGIESc HARNESS s t cheap for he next SO days a LRPMALLLUIIIIJ CENTRAL RECORD h LOUIS LANOHAMh Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Kyat SecondClan Nail Matter se Lancaster Ky June 19 1903 slis is istl Louisville have about The people of 0 induced Uncle Sam to hold one of the al encampments of regulars andit state troops near that city If Uncle Sam and the Louisville peonle want do a good turn for the state of Ken n tucky they will hold this encamp e ment in the county of Breathitt andI instead of drilling the troops in march n maneuvers have them put in thed whole time at target practice theII in targets being anything found wearing as breeches in the county Offer prizes Sl money to the soldier bringing down es the most men counting only those shots that kill s There are troubles enough in this SI world without borrowing any yett some people invariably climb hills be t fore ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 19 June 1903

i h X tr I > JI I I s t r HA wo I A oo oo o YffftjilliJl ltf1 JfffJJ o ooaoooo KnRfEES PAINTS Y f7 5WZ > k lff fl fjJl ifiJ I KFPOSTL I m Zrs I r WheatI Cutters nrznnr inmnra smnnnr i I I Buy your machine oilof me Your I IEe so much lighter II Why Because it is the best I I lA1tJtJt2lLStitltAStWtSL oJ oJI I H M BA 110 U I I J PERSONALS Miss Ann Hill is in Danville visiting relatives relativesMiss Miss Theo Hemphill is in Harrods burg visiting relatives lr Chris Farris spent Sunday tt 1th his mother in Kirksville Mrs Capitola Posey of London is I visiting Mrs Dollie Brown Miss Norma Elmore is in Lexington visiting friends and relatives Major Leathers of Louisville visi ted Dr Pearce the past week Mr James Collier and son Charles were in Lexington the past week Mr R E Hughes of Louisville spent Sunday with Lancaster relatives Dr W S Beazley who is in Middles boro for his health is improving rap idly Rev C MRdd of Middlesboro has been visiting his mother Mrs Mary ReidMiss Miss Li...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 19 June 1903

e J lTrunr 0 1Ij LandSt i k roPif 1 The blackberry crop promises tlio liiiicst In years 0b 1 bi la Woodford Mr John R IcCarthyrj ry has sold his old wheat 1750 bushels gj to Mr Isham Bailey at 74ctl t At a recent sale in Adair county ly Ky Uriah Dunn sold a pair of mules je to J T Goudy for 260 Coffey BrWJ fr Robertson also sold a mule toA W n Pedigo for 75 t hi In Clark L C Pigg sold 300 lambs to v Green Lynam of Mt Sterling for June and July delivery at 5c 8 President Hawkins of the Burley j Tobacco Growers Association states t that the Burley crop is now under the J control of the growers Have Rubber Tires put on f your buggy in time tor the si fairs W J Romans h Romans615t1 616 tf ii Blue grass seed was selling at 45c t from the stripper Tuesday Returns t from the strippers indicate a much larger crop than vas expected Paris 81 Kentuckian c KentuckianPersons s Persons bothered with fleas can g e fc rid of them by using salt If they are about the stables sprinkle salt on the floo...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 26 June 1903

1 r j c J TiIECENThALRcORDL lOU21TEENTII YEdBLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 26 1403zvaaiai3 Refrigerators Refrigerators t 1 ice Boxes iflIr Ice Coolers Ice Cream CreamFreezers Freezers Ice Tongs and Ice Picks I A complete line of screen doors and windows We can please you in prices and quality of i goods F goodsJR JR HASELDEN l I = Of local Interest = = j I QKo stock sales were made Monday Cherries are here So are many pains under the apron Lets shoot the wag who said the Ice man should be brought to see the er ror of his weighs Ron R C Warren of Stanford says he will be a candidate for Congress He says hG is going in to win this time The Gerlorilous Fourth will pass unnoticed in Lancaster save by the post office and banks who will close in memory of the Paof his country Why not have a Fourth of July cele bration in Lancaster Lets have bur goo skyscraping oratory a big pa rade and paint the town as red as Bob Kinnairds neck tie i Hats off to Judge Sauflejr Judge Saufley has determined to ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 26 June 1903

y p J n ti nj i uR + it a i BUGGIES e 1 AND s HARNESS cheap for the next 30 days i ROMANS i m R 1iii r fiiiSfiiiSfiiFiJ eJ J1 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Kya SecondClan Nail Matter Lancaster Ky JunesG 1903 The Kentucky Baptist Association in session at Winchester last week adopted resolutions urging the Gover nor to call an extra session of the Leg islature to enact such laws as will re lieve the deplorable state of affairs in Breathitt county The people may grin and bear the Breathitt troubles but if there is danger of an extra ses sion of the Kentucky Legislature they will take up arms sure Breathitt troubles are not a patching to a ses sion of the Kentucky law makers As predicted in last issue of this pa per the jury trying the Jackson mur derers hung one man holding out for acquittal The prisoners were sent to Lexington for safe keeping and the next trial will be held at Cynthiana As this will be In a civilized commu nity as a matter of co...

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