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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 31 July 1903

b if C a PERSONALS Miss Ann Hill attended the Crab Orchard fair Col W S Ferguson returned to Cov ington Sunday Miss Mollie F Smith is at home for a two weeks rest Ernest G Brown of Louisville was at home this week Shelby Tribble of Richmond was a visitor here Sunday Prof Holly of Lexington is the guest of Miss Mattie Elkin Miss Lucile Cooper of Stanford is f the guest of Miss Angie Kinnaird Miss Katie Simpson has been spend ing several weeks in Crab Orchard r S ufley Hughes has returned from an extended trip through the West Miss Lela Bryant of Danville spent Thursday with friends in Lancaster Miss Mary Rice Queen of Thunder Mountain Idaho was here this week Attorney W I Williams spent a few days with his parents in Campbells villa Mr Herbert Hardin of Covington has been visiting relatives and friends here Dr Chris Finis has returned from Kirksville having been ill for a few daysJudge Judge William Brown of London has been the guest of Judge Epbriam Brown f Mr and Mrs William George...

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. — 31 July 1903

5 z i 4 i 4ji y rr iI s rgvYmTiryyyyyyYoTrre 1f lrn a7rassu lns > r > ns I POTTS BROS I lFLOURFEED FEED STORE ° and EXCHANGE 3 tIeala Manufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw e EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY 3 e Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave I PHONE 100 I A A A KVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVVVKVVVVVX rO dn 1 A Point Comfort 1 OddOO 440004 Cheap Excursion RATES VIA QD JULY 291903 Ion 4044004044404 July 29th round trip tick ets will be sold from Lexing ton Ky and all stations from Lexington to Ashland at 13 00 Ticket good 15 days from I date of sale For full informa 1 write tion inquire of your agent or writeJnoDPotts JnoDPotts Ceo W Barney AGPACinti DPA Lexington Land Stock Crops Farm work is well up Only a fair crop of apples is indica ted in the most of the principal apple States th...

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. — 7 August 1903

1 I i 3 CC b J THE cENTRAT RECORD R rOURTEEXTB YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 7 1903 uJU I = = 0f Local Interest = = I Chickens are still high and scarce I 3 Homegrown tomatoes are plentiful I The waterworks bonds sold like hot j cakes c Everybody is at the Danville Fair today s todaySeveral Several nice showers have fallen re t cently J centlyOnly Only 150 to Cincinnati and return I Sunday Dont forget the Library meeting r tonight I tonightAn e An ice plant will be erected as soon as the water works are completedt The 150 excursion to Cincinnati c Sunday leaves about 5 oclock Are you going Hats off to the City Council They C are for progress I Dont forget this is the last day of I the Danville Fair I Lancaster will no longer be known t as the mossback towns s The present City Council deserves the highest praise from our citizens Go to the Danville Fair today Its c bigger and better than ever Today i Friday is the last day s sI A Lancaster gentleman is figuring t on putting in a st...

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. — 7 August 1903

Y 4 H i fPUTITALL AROUND 1 1 y7 i 1r 0 r EN IEE P E N C E i i ii IAgoin I 1and Acomin Dirt is isNever I Never I NeverToo II TooI I TooHard I WeedsI Hardi II 1 Weedsy I I Never I Tool 1 Too I I High i I I I for a II foraWa I I IWagner gaerReversible Reversible ReversiDleBillsiQe Hillside Disc Plow S 1i toI We prefer to give Field Trials i Will prove light I est draft and stead iest running KFIp Postle I PERSONALS Mrs T J Hatcher has been quite sick Mrs Dr Burnett is visiting friend I in IllinoisCharlie Charlie West Is In Middleaborospend ing a week Miss Pearl Hill is in Danville visit inK relatives IHenry Tribble of Richmond is visi ting relatives here Mb s Carrie Lewis of Lebanon is IMifs visiting friends here Miss Maria Griffin of Lexington is I visiting Miss Eliza Smith Miss Early of Texas is the guest of Miss Mary Landram Burnside I Miss Kate Denton has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington I Miss Eliza Smith has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington I Mrs Jane ...

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. — 7 August 1903

M f 4 1 e w = t BUGGIESt AND 1 HARNESS I cheap for the next SO days I ROMANS ELMORE CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster EV III SecondClou Mail Matter Lancaster Ky August 7 7903 Now that the mountain has been climbed the task of securing water works accomplIshed The Record wish es to express hearty congratulation to ton the City Council They have been working on this proposition ever since they were elected and many plans have been discussed They are among our leading business men and few v would have given the time and worry to the matter that they have They have been criticised as are all men who 1ry to build up Lancaster but they kept their council sawed wood and said nothing when criticised by people who ought to know better They realized that the people elected them on the water works ticket and that they have oeen faithful to the trust all will readily agree The building of the system was viewed from every possible standpoint and with Lancasters ...

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. — 7 August 1903

a 4 1 1 t 1 POTTS BROS I FLOURFEED FEED STORE 3 and EXCHANGE Manufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal = Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal FieldSeeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY 3 l Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave I PHONE 100 ELPHONE 0000000000000000000000 SAPJL Jl flAQAQA JLtAPJL0iO J Toz = t ATLANTIC CITY t < Without change vIa the Scenic j c o a Through Washington and Philadel phia with stopover Privilege Re turning Special train will leave Lex ington 1140 JL M Thursday iipfl 13 1903 Bound trip rates 81400 Tickets good 12 days daysThe The best Route and the best time to see Atlantic City at its height Through Pullman sleepers from Lex ington to Atlantic City For further r information and circulars address Jao D Potts Geo W Barneyy AGPA Cinti0 DPA Lex Ky McCREARV Miss Irene Simpson has gone to Wil more to stay a few ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 7 August 1903

CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky Augittt 7 1903 Additional Local The Danville Advocate announces the marriage of Mr Charles Sill man and Miss Mary E Benge In that city Wednesday evening The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Rice Ben el and has many friends in this her old home Fire At Junction City Fire at Junction City Ky Wednes day morning destroyed the Commer cial Hotel Goods Bottling Works the residence of Mrs S A Moore W C Woolfords confectionery Voxels pro duce house and B W Durhams drug store a total loss of close to 490000c UtLlOI1 Services Chaulyd The Union services will he held In the Christian church Sunday evening I instead of the Presbyterian church MS announced and Rev Mr Chumbley will preach the sermon Will Wed TIl + t Frill Mr and Mrs William B Mason have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Katharine Logan to Mr Roy Asa Haynes of Hillsboro O The exact date has not been decided upon but the marriage will take I luce in the early Fall Mr Haynes is n...

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. — 14 August 1903

4 c THE CENTRAL RECORD eOB7B HrEAB LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 14 1903 NUJJUJJ JO = = 0f local Interest e es A big crowd went to Cincinnati on the L50 rate Sunday Dont forget the K P lodge Friday night Work at every meeting Take a few days off and go over to Crab Orchard Springs It will bene fit you youThe The L and N is making a very low rate to the great Lexington Fair this week Go over and enjoy it UpToDate Thief A thief burglarized the Campbell county pest house for small pox pa tients and carried off twelve blankets Lancaster Lodge 104 F A 11 will confer the Entered Apprentice degree this Thursday evening at 730 oclock oclockflush Bach Property Sold The Dr Bush residence on Rich mond street was sold this week to U D Simpson Price 1800 There are about 150 guests at Crab Oi chard Springs now a most congeni al crowd and one can spend a most pleasant vacation there Will Speak Monday Hon Fontaine Fox Bobbitt writes The Record that he may probably speak in Lancaster half an hour at on...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 14 August 1903

y e p IJ Id JilJit r r I I BUGGIES AND HARNESS p I cheap for the next 30 days 1 ROMANS ELMORE II II iii iii CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Laneatttr Ky at Second Ciase Hail Hatter Lancaster Ky August i4 1903 After a most honorable service of fortytwo years Lleut Gen Nelson A Miles was placed on the retired list of the Army last week he having reach ed the age provided by law His mili tary service began in 1861 and he saw more lighting during the civil war than most other officers After the civil war General Miles distinguished himself as an Indian fighter One af ter another Sitting Bull Chief Jos eph and Geronimo were subdued and all danger of Indian wars forever re moved During the Spanish war he with the rest of trained soldiers were shoved aside for political pets or rath er an attempt was made to shove him aside in the publics eye but the peo ple knew where the real merit came from and to whom honor was due so the feather bed politician tin sol diem gr...

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. — 14 August 1903

i i 1 U IF Ii ir a d L t = f PUT IT ALL AROUND I w OVENtiiT I RFNCE 1 AgainI t and Acomin I i 1 1Dirt is I I 1 Never I E TooI Hard 1 i CWeedsNever C Never r NeverToo w Too High i for a IW Igner IgnerReversiDle Reversible ReversiDleHillsine Hillside Disc Plow We prefer to give Field Trials Will prove light est draft and stead iest running I KIFI I KIFIPostle I Postle I r I PERSONALS Miss Knapp West is visiting relatives in Bagdad Miss Pearl Ashley visited in Cincin I1tIlSS nati Sunday Mrs McGee is visiting her sister Mrs Richard Ward MrsI Mr R H Batson has been in Louis vile for a few days IMiss Lillie Dale Grant is in Lexing ton attending the fair IMrs Ellie Bettis is visiting her daughters in Lexington Miss Rella Arnold has been visiting I relatives in the country Mr George Bruce and wife of Dan ville were here Thursday I Miss Nellie Dillon left Monday for Versailles to visit Mrs Stone I StoneI Mr J M Grand of Waco Texas w as I here a few days on business IMrs J S Robinson is in Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 14 August 1903

I 1 r r rinrvvTrrnryfVY lfif tl1 bYlf7 6lfififo lflflf ifZtifil 8i6li1fS 1 f POTTS BROS I I IFLQURFEED ot FEED STORE and EXCHANGE Manufacturers and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal < Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Bye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw v e EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY e Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave 0PHONE 100p 0 00000001 l OOOOGOOGGGGOOOOOOoooooooooooooo 000000 000000 0000000 1 Land Stock Crops Sweet potatoes are looking quite well and prospects are good for a large yield A Trimble county woman has a jar of gooseberry preserves in perfect con dition put up fortyone years ago Theres no old corn to be had in some parts of Mason county and mighty poor prospects for any of the new ar ticleMaysvllle Ledger All my happiness I owe to the cen tral effort that my father and mother made to make home the happiest p place on earth Edward Hale The ...

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. — 21 August 1903

r I + i t THE CENTBAJL RECORD I C E OUBXBENXH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 211903NUJlUlIIB2L I I sa Of Local Interest I Doves are scarce and wild I Breakfast melons are plentiful plentlfnlj The chicken crop has been very short all summer Homegrown watermelons are plen tiful and of unusually fine variety Monday Is County Court day please remember us when you come in if you owe tne poor printer anything See While Judge Saufley is attending the Confederate Reunion at Parks Hill Capt Wm Herndon is warming the woolsack in Circuit Court The 81eIL Ed Arnold is very ill of typhoid fe ver Mrs Marshall Eason remains s quite ill but is improving Mrs Lew is L Walker is very much improved and able to sit up Judge Eph Brown is still confined to his room Candidate Arbitrate We received a note this morning from Hon Harve Helm saying he and Mr Warren had arbitrated their claims on the congressional race so far asLin coin county is concerned and he Mr Helm was awarded the track as be tween themsel...

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. — 21 August 1903

t ff r 8ritJ nw JGrNmgI fi1Jrnijg i a I BUGGIES D I I t AND HARNESS D cheap for the next 30 days n 8 ROMANS ELMOREJ IiJ 8 iIII iii iii iii 8 IiI IiI 1iI iii 1iiI iI IiiI 8 Ii CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poll Office in Lancaster Ky to 1 SecondClass Hail Hatter Lancaster Ky August 21 1903 The negro who assaulted a white woman near Danville Ill which deedI was the cause of the recent lynching and rioting in that community has been indicted convicted and sentenc ed to a long term in prison Should the people in every locality know to a certainty that brutes charged with crimes that throw men into fury and lawlessness would receive such prompt attention from the authorities it is safe to say this knowledge would cause a very material decrease in the number of lynchings and mobs no matter what the locality To a con siderable extentblame for a weakness on the part of the people to take lawI in their own hands and lynch rapists 1 and criminals of this worst type is due to the...

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. — 21 August 1903

I I I j i IIIPUT ALL AROUND s L IwwzE p E wc E r r 1 R AgroiiY I 1 I and Acomin j i Wagner Reversible 1Hillside d Disc Plow J j BITS THE STUFF Ha d ground High weeds Cornstalks i Briers All same to the WAGNER c TRY IT i Lightest draft Steadiest run ning I J I j > Li I L i 1 s Pos le 1 I i PERSONALS 1 Edwin Gaines was in Danville Mon I day Miss Julia Reid is in Louisville with relatives relativesMiss Miss Elsie Morrow is in Lexington I visiting relatives Miss Alberta Hilton is in Brodhead attending the fair I Mrs Osee Bush left Thursday for her home in St Louis I Miss Cordie Hamilton is in Cincin IMiss nati visiting relatives Mrs William Marrs left Friday for IMrs her home in Knoxville Miss Eliza Jones of Danville is the I guest of Miss Mary Doty Mr Henry Simpson has been visiting vIsitingIin Miss Alleen Hudson of Danville is I the guestof Miss Lizzie Hudson IMiss Marrie Shilling of Richmond is the guest of Miss Elsie Zimmer I Mrs Baumstark is visiting her daughter Mrs Annie Singl...

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. — 21 August 1903

T 1T p r lfm1nf 1ml tt Zi Oti 6 rvrrr 4 cfd u it s i r g FLOUR POTTS BROS FEED and EXCHANGE STORE q Lanulacture rAN I Manufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton J Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw I e EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY I 1 e Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave 101IIONE 100 to flJULO 9 o ° ° ° PP ° POOPWH 0 0 9ogg JmgJLgg JLOJUUlg gJUULPQ J Land Stock Crops ° Hemp has been kept back by the i drouth It is now improving but c will probably make a rather short 1 crop 1 cropButter Butter of medium firmness loses 1 about 3 per cent of moisture for every revolution it is worked in excess 1 Tobacco has improved slightly but I it is generally small for the seasonI and a full crop is not expected It I was badly damaged by drouth in por I tions of the Burley district In the Western section most ofit hasbeen topped T...

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. — 28 August 1903

b i r 0 > f i Ff THE CENTRAL RECORD OUBXEENXH TBAB LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 28 1903lUlUmJJ6 = 0f Local Interest I InterestII Grapes re abundant I The dust has been awful I Watermelons are so plentiful that a i dime will buy one of the finest I The soft stone used on the streets I bus turned into the meanest of dust I The urchins troubles will soon begin See announcment of opening of Grad ed School SchoolA A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church in this city October 25th A big crowd on Sundays Cincinnati excursion Only a few more will oe run Next one Sundayweek A district convention of the Sunday Schools and C W B M will be con ducted at Richmond Sept the 9th and 10thSome Some fellow put highlife on Am Bournes horse Monday causing both the horse and clever auctioneer to do some high kicking The editor has been in Cincinnati on business this week As we now have help which can be depended upon we are footloose to get away a few hours each year or so The court house...

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. — 28 August 1903

1 t 1 i I Ji tj B B j 8 E 8 J i i S 3 I BUGGIES AND o HARNESS cheap for the next SO daysNj I HOMANS lMOHlt EL 1 5 i ffi5i i ffiiE ri fiiFi ffiiiri nIDSJ miriJ riiF riifiJ fiifiJ ffiiriJ rifFi ffiiifi fffiriJ rrni U LJU a 1 JlJ C CENTRAL RECORD I LOUIS LANDRAMI Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Kya Second Ctass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky August 28 1903 One of the many foolish moves made by organized labor is that to om prevent any company or firm from keeping a black list In other words it an employee is no good wordsI rascal an employer must not keep a record of it The courts promptly knocked the labor organizations move into a cocked hat and very properly so It is all right for laboring men to band themselves together to help aid and assist one another but when em ployees set themselves up to dictate to employers then the latter become disgusting to all right thinking peo pIe The labor organizations should be more careful to admit only gentle men into their ranks so when a con t...

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. — 28 August 1903

rs r f 1 j PUT > i IT ALL AROUND I f or EDIQ I E pi 8 C E I V I A goin 3 and Acomin I H iWaner i I j Reversible iI I I Hillside I e r Disc Plow I lITS THE STUFF Ham graunnI High weeds II Cornstalks I CornstalksBrier I Brier All same to the thelI WAGNER I 1 Tyr 1T I I Lightest draft I I Steadiest runI running ning PERSONALS Miss Bate Henry Is visiting relatives in Danville DanvilleShelby Shelby Tribble of Richmond was here Sunday Mrs L L Walker is visiting relatives in the country Miss Jennie Arnold of Kansas City is visiting relatives here I Miss Bettie McFall of Louisville is I visiting Mrs W R Gaines Mr Clifton Rhodes of Danville is the guest of Waller Hudson Mrs Marv Bryant of Chattanooga is the guest of Mrs John Lear Mi and Mrs Mike Kennedy i of Crab Orchard are the guests of Mrs Lucy Sutton Mr Thornton Kemper has returned to Danville after a pleasant visit to relatives here I Misses Josephine and Mary Hudson of Danville have been visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson Mr George Harden ...

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. — 28 August 1903

Land Stock Crops Farmers should not forget that there is a law on the statute book prescrib ing a tine of 50 for allowing thistles to grow Besides a slovenly farmer has no moral right to allow these pests to seed on his place when the seeds will be carried over the neighborhood by the wind Steers will gain more rapidly on grass than on any other kind of food during this month provided they are allowed grain at night Prices have fallen as is usually the case at this season and it may be found better to hold them over than to sell if pasturage is plen plentiful but if they are to be fed in stalls entirely the sooner they are disposed of the better Ten hogsheads of tobacco from liar rison county sold in Cincinnati at pri ces ranging from 030 to 21 an aver age of 1155 Thousands of tons of grassand even weeds go to waste annually along the road side which might be easily util ized A farmer in a neighboring coun ty lately made a few movable hurdles in which he placed sheep and pastur ed t...

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