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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 9 October 1903

I C 1 f J x v Fr w THE CENTRAL RECORD Y p f fOUKIEJKSin TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 19031NUJJlDl < = = Of Local Merest = = r Pumpkin pie is ripe r i I A good rain fell Sunday night and J t Monday i MondayThe The small boys hands are black with i wanut stain I A big crowd took in the Cincinnati I I excursion Sunday 1 I The engines for the waterworks I 1 arrived last week and will be placed in position as soon as the building is com pleted The latter is located just be e low the dam and is being made of brick Teacher Money Mrs Walker comityjSiiperintendent tells The Record that twenty per cent I of the teachers money will be ready I Saturday Oct 10 This will be pddI to those haling their report in the ot lice lie colored teachers institute is in session at the court house this week with a large attendance Much inter est is manifested and the singing at opening and closing is exceptionally s line Prof J A Murrel of the local g school is presiding over the institute 1 Deserved...

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. — 9 October 1903

Y I h C < I GET IN THE hGET1NTHEHABIT HABIT HABITTHE JOSEPH Merchntile COMPANY We are Now Ready with the Handsomest Best and Largest stock ofr 3 Dress 6oods DressGoodsCLOAKS CLOAKS and andWinter WinterWearables Wearables Wearablesever ever in Lancaster With ample capital and years of experience we have been able to Secure the very test goods in the market We begin with New Goods out and out no old stock to work off so you KNOW you are get ting Fresh New and Clean goods r Come Early nd Get First Choice THE r JOSEPH x I MerchDtil COMPANY 1 t I CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT I Il To Be Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 50 1 An act to provide for an amendment to Seotlon 181 01 the Constitution of KentuckyThe The General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro Vide for taxation for municipal pur poses on personal property tangible and Intangible baaed on income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of 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. — 9 October 1903

STOVES STOVES STOVES STOVES I = I Fatten hogs with I M CORN I II Fatten Wheat with 1 I 1 fRTll I I I I IZER I I I I = I I 150 I I For best 10 acres I d I 1 15 I For Second Best I 10 I 1 For Third Best i Raised with our i I Fertilizer I I i = iI I I R Areyour horsestired I Has your wheat been poor Buy one of our Wheat Drills and a little Fer i tilizer and see what a i great change i SCHOOl 1oooooE Ii oooooEAT vvvvvv Books IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR LARGE STOCK THIS PALI J tUW ESF J S FOR ALL 0 V ALLr S r 0 W E S r Old and New Gossip About People v v v IA A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In IMrs Ellen Owsley Poor is in St Louis visiting her son Letcher Mr and Mrs D M Lackey are visiting relatives in Richmond and Paris Misses Cotton of Danville are the guests of their cousin Miss Lena Rig neyMrs Mrs Kate Kemper of Kansas City is the guest of Mr Sam Johnston and wiieMiss Miss Mattie Mae Robinson was at atI home this week from school at Rich mond Dr Sid...

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. — 9 October 1903

r oM IL j IJfJQVfQ rlI riW f B8LIOtlSm SH Feopk dread the periodic at y tack of nausea and racking cs headache which results from de rangement of the stomach and 4 sluggish action of the liver S To cure the bilious condition gj the stomach and liver must be put into a healthy condition l and this result is accomplished by the use of Dr Pierces S Golden Medical Discovery It CS cures indigestion and other dis RJ eases of the stomach and its 8j allied organs of digestion and eg nutrition It makes the torpid liver active It cures bilious t ness by curing the causes which produce it It purifies the l blood from the poisonous substances which clog and corrupt it t and which breed and feed disease Acting directly on the blood t S making glands it increases their activity and so increases the j supply of pure rich blood upon which physical health depends f < I suffered from indigestion torpid liver and biliousness and took many S different kinds of medicine without receiving any benefit ...

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. — 16 October 1903

t I THE CENTRAL RECORD I TOUitTEJEXTJr YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 1903lIUIUU 29 I = Of Local Interest = = Dont forget J Walter Wilson this evening at Christian church The season has tinaljy arrived when we can pass a soda fountain and make faces at it J Walter Wilson Christian church Thursday and Friday evenings 15th and loth The Misses Shugars have rented the Mason Hotel and will assume controlf January 1st us S Potato Mr Joseph Faulconer gave us an Irish potato which is a perfect form of a human the face arms and legs being perfect A great deal of rock has heen en I countered in ditching for the water works pipes Plenty of dynamite gets it out in a hurlY howevern The recent rains were a Godsend but now you hear the howl Too much rain Man is never satisfied Give him the earth and he will kick i for a fence around it When the road is rough and rug ged dont discard the old tried and true family horse who knows every inch of the road and every thing at which a new horse would...

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. — 16 October 1903

J 1I alWlru 1 > GET IN THE HABIT HABITTHE JOSEPH Mercantile COMPANY We are Now Ready kI i with the Handsomest Best and Largest stock of Dress ioods Dress600dsCLOAKS CLOAKS and andWinter Winter 1 Wintereara1 Wearables ever in Lancaster With ample capital and years of experience we have been able to secure the very best goods in the market We begin with New Goods out and out no old stock to work off so you KNOW you are get ting Fresh New and Clean goods Come Early and Get First Choice If 1 t THE JOSEPH b M rchIDtU COMPANY I r 1 Z CON8TITUTIONAI AMgNPMCNT To Be Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 60 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution of Kentucky The General Assembly mayby general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal pur poses on personal property tangible and intangible based on income licenses or franchises in lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be ...

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. — 16 October 1903

r LA J b Jj I IJ1 rMl kti I HlA TING STOYES c it L t J Fatten hogs with i I 1 M CORN 1i 1I Fatten Wheat with 1 JERT1LS I t i I HI I j d r i 150 For best 10 acres i 15 For Second Best 10 For Third Best I S S Raised with our t S Fertilizer tk I I I Areyour horses tired 0 Has your wheat been beenlpoor Buy one of our Wheat Drills and a little Fer tilizer and see what a great change II I MROBERTS l ar rrS r = r E FAJ s FOR ALL s r 0 r E S I OId and New l1 JSCHOOLi IL Gossip About I People Ne eNe IA A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are Interested In i Miss Ethel Dunn was in Lexington a few days Mrs A S Ford is in Lexington visit ing relatives Lewis Walker has been in Louisville for a few days I Judge J C Hemphill attended the trotsin Lexington Mr Owen Shugars was at home a few days this week Mr Branham Beazley attended the trots in Lexington I Miss Jennie Wallace began school Monday near Marcellus Mrs William Gregory hai been visit I ing relatives in Richmond Mrs C D ...

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. — 16 October 1903

r 0 Ir Tlt i < N wwww II l LOVING OWl J dJR WE A woman who is obliged to be j in bed all the time or most of I the time because of disease is I practically buried aliveThis is peculiarly so if she has been an active woman fond of out door sports and pastimes Life eeins all lost to her If at times she can creep creepfrom on at the sports of others she feels like a phantom revis it ng the scene of former joys No woman need accept weakness and sickness as her lot for life Dr Pierces Favor ite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick wom en well It es Avenue Chicago Ills Did not pay any attention to it until I felt pain and ulceration and inflammation t in Was so weak that I was obliged to be in bed most of the time Luck ily for me I tried Dr Pierces favor ite Prescription which cured m com pletely after using it only a little over three months I have had perfect health since and have every reason tablishes regularity dries the drains that weaken women heals inflammation and ulc...

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. — 23 October 1903

7 i I I7OURTEEATH OURTBENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 231903xv asao c = 0f local Interest = I List of signers to the pttitons for city councilmen will be found on page 4 of this issue Read it r County Court Monday Hickory nuts are selling for 81 per bushel The turkey crop bids fair to turn out well The excursion carried many to Cin cinnati Sunday For 25 cents we will add your name to our Posted notice Try it Meat hogs are plentiful and chanc es are that prices will be within reach of the poor man this fall Dont throw down a good thing just for the experiment of trying to get a better one especially where you are y dead sure to get worsted in the bar gain Beat Worlds Record A Lexington Friday afternoonDan Patch broke the worlds wagon record pacing a mile in 159 That was tru truly ly going some Chicken thieves are having their own way lately Sqiure Kinnairds roost was visited recently and every chicken he had taken A few charges of bird shot is splendid remedy for the trouble T...

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. — 23 October 1903

tGET r GET IN THE HABIT OF VISITING VISITINGTHE THE JOSEPH JOSEPHMercantile Mercantile COMPANY We are Now Ready with the Handsomest Best and Largest stock of Dress 6oods DressGoodsCLOAKS CLOAKS and andWinter Winter WinterWearables Wearables Wearablesever ever in Lancaster With ample capital and years of experience we have been able to secure the very best goods in the market We begin with New Goods out and out no old stock to work off so you KNOW you are get ting Fresh New and Clean goods Come Early and fiet First Choice THE JOSEPH Ierean COMPANY tile i 11 V II 1 i 1 l 0NtTUTIONAl AMeNDMgtqp foR Voted vcmbccilctlol election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution of Kentucky The General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal pur poses on personal property tangible and intangible based on income licenses or franchises in lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities o...

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. — 23 October 1903

c sriwa Auxvx Auxvi x fg J ftr i UK STOVES ti 1 I Fatten hogs with withI I r CORN I r Fatten Wheat with I fHTll ill H i I rt r I I50For = I iFor best 10 acres I 1 j I E i 15 5 1 For Second Best I 10 I For Third Best a Raised with our I Fertilizer I i Areyour horsestired 1 Has your wheat been U poor i i Buy one of our Wheat f Drills and a little Fer i i tilizer and see what a I 1great change LIKF l I LIKFPost I IPostle > FAJES FOR ALL Iii E 0 v Ii Iii > tl > osl A I Old and New x < e < s > < > s 3xs > x > < s > PUflflI Books CHOolBOOkS M11IUUL Supplies ATM C ROBERT STORE DRUG Gossip About People N N V A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Are Interested In iA Dr Chris Faris was in Cincinnati Sunday SundayMiss Mary Burnsideis in Lexington visiting relatives Mr Charlie West who has been quite ill is very much better 1111 Banks Hudson returned from Lex ington Saturday night Mrs J E Stormes was a visitor in Lexington the past week Mis J...

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. — 23 October 1903

r Ar f t 1 l JIIIi t = H J1 > I 1 4 L IILDf Pi l1illg hy h64 work ftwdnp one bin for the WAn who has the last tendency to bronchitis it 5s dan faroiis because pf the small particle of dust and chaff which are inhaled and greatly irritate the throat Bronchitis and other diseases of the organs of respiration are cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery This great remedy is not to be classed with common cough medicines which are mainly opiates There is no opium in Golden Medical Discovery and it is entirely free from cocaine and all other narcotics It is a nonalcoholic and nqnnarcotic medicine It heals the inflamed tissues cures obstinate deepseated coughs bleeding lungs and other conditions which if neg lected or unskilfully treated termii nate fatally in consumption RI wrote to you for advice and you ad vised me to take Golden Medical Discov ery and Pleasant Pellets which I did and to my surprise got well writes Mr Joseph A Valleroy of Herman Ill Box 3 < Had wha...

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. — 30 October 1903

THEeENTaAL RECOR LANG7PArrRTRFNTII KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 301903gu i 31 as Of Local Int test ocflout flout Walt If you have a friend worth loving I Lore him yes slid let him know That you love him ere lifes evening Tinge hie brow with sunset glow Why should good words ncr be said Of A friend till he Is dead Vote for the old board Hog killing time will soon be round Home or the Old Lion White Hall the homestead of Gen 1Cassius M Clay was sold at public auc Lion The tract comprising 360 acres was purchased by Warfleld Bennett a grandson of the old General for 7350 t an acre Fixing Up The depot has been painted end the office and waiting rooms put in first class shape for the winter A gang of men also put the stock pens and cattle guards in good shape The Ellen N gradually improving this branch of fothe How to Vote The old board is under the water fall device the first column on the ticket Stamp in the circle under the picture of waterfall and you vote for ths present board the board that s...

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. — 30 October 1903

X f aT r 1 0 1 i GET IH THE HABIT I OF VISITING VISITINGTHE JOSEPH MorcantikCOMPANY COMPANY Eye Openers Our tremendous stock of NewFresh Fresh FreshGoods Goods has caused the buying public to open their eyes and take advan tage of the rare oppor tunity o f selecting their Fall and Winter Goods from an Entirely EntirelyN NEW WStock Stock We extend a most cor dial invitation to one and all to visit our handsome new store and inspect our line of Furs Shoes ShoesCloaks CloaksDryioods Dry Goods DressGoos THE JOSf PH Mercantile COMPANY il 4 nw < r eONSTITUTIONAt AMENDMENT 1 TQ pg Voted On at the Npyember Election I CHAPTER 50 I An act to provide for an amendment I to Section 18i of the Constitution of Kentucky j The General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal pur I poses on personal property tangible and intangible based on income licenses or franchises in lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of th...

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. — 30 October 1903

r 1 I mm mi i J I i t jCUTlHY I I Guaranteed i Razors I I See our Safety I RAZORS I i PocketKnives I BladeI I1 Blade 1 I i 2 Blades C I 3 Blades = 4 Blades Bladesl SchoolKnives BoysKnives BoysKnivestsp tsp GirlsKnives tsp j LadiesKnives GentlemensKnivesWorkKnives WorkKnives t JackKnives JackKnivesPenKnives PenKnives PenKnivesCattleKnives CattleKnives Hunting Knivei sl ButcherKnive ButcherKnivesCARVING CARVING SETS fi GUARANTEED GUAfiANTEEOSCISSORS SCISSORS SCISSORSSHEARS f SHEARS a rKF Postle MROBERTS q T i J ro > I c EF 4 Jes 3 FOR ALL SrOrE S vwi I I n Old and New UMM I I I SCHOOl WvW Books Supplies 1 UU U ATI At I Gossip About People vgNgNg r A Brief Mention of the Coming and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In Mrs Jesse Fox is visiting her par ents in Somerset Miss Eliza Smith was a visitor in Danville Saturday Mr George D Robinson of Lincoln was here this week Mr Jake Joseph is in Cincinnati pur chasing more winter goods Col W S Ferguson of Covington is here looking after b...

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. — 30 October 1903

e fl J l T rq lJ r i fhcr 113 efiopki wif let tlKHlttth f t niwtlowi physically iftjUll theyvz jest j t 01 ta edge pf the 4a ger Iii between j t heaHu and sickjioss Some day they slugger across the line and disease like a bird of prey swoops down on them and they have to Jight for life The weak body invites disease As the strength of the body is solely derived from food digested and assimilated so physical weakness points to the fact that the food eaten is not assimilated and the body is growing weak through lack of nu trition 0 Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and so enables the perfect digestion and as similation of food by which the bodily strength is alone sustained Thanks to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery writes Mr Charles H German of Lehighton PaIt It is the only medicine that has done me any good I tried every thing I could think of to cure indigestion and found I was only throwing away mQney 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. — 6 November 1903

v t I < TH CENTRAL RECORD U > J 7 OIIItTEEXTII Y BAB LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 1903 NUXJJIBJI = = f local Interests T J Hatcher has moved his shoe shop to a room over II T Log ans store where he will be glad to Wait on his friends A Business on this branch ofjine K C known and uncle is heavier than ever Henry has to doublcUhe hills near ly every day excursions will be No more Sunday run to Cincinnati until next spring They were welt patronized during the Theypast past season Lancaster Lodge 101 hill work in the third degree this Thursday even ing As their hall is not yet omple ted meeting will be held in Odd Fel lows hall A crowd of little boys had a lot of fun Saturday night by removing signs steps gates eto A curlew law would keep these promising lads off the streets at nightsi Sale of Farms Mrs Ann Doty sold a farm of 110 acres near Hiattsville to II K oebasn sold his tian at 4700 Jonah Marsee farm in Lower Garrard consisting of 12L acres to Wm Prewitt for 5235 There i...

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. — 6 November 1903

y J GET IN THE HABIT HABITOF OF VISITING VISITINGTHE THE JOSEPH Mercantile Eye COMPANY Openers Our tremendous stock of New Fresh Goods has caused the buying public to open their eyes and take ad van tage of the rare oppor tunity of selecting their Fall and Winter Goods from an Entirely NE W WStock Stock We extend a most cor dial invitation to one and all to visit our handsome new store and inspect our line of Furs t Cloaks Shoes Dry tioods Dress 600ds THE t JOSEPH Mercantile COMPANY + y tern n l r rCENTRAL Ln I siI + i CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM tittered at lie Post Office ill Lancaster Ky at Scamd Class Stall Walter I Lancaster Ky November G 903 That the new pope is a man of mod ern ideas and high aims has been shown on numerous occasions since he was chosen pontiff He seem to have a desire to shake off old forms and no tions for the continuance of which there is no reason His purpose ap parently is to conduct the great reli gious body that he rules broadly and sagaciously Tile l...

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. — 6 November 1903

rtatwrr + n r a a HEATING STOVES n ofr ofi I ofIT IT I Guaranteed a anteedI I 1G Razors See our Safety ARAZORS ARAZORSp B PocketKnives a II Blade = 2 Blades BladesI 3 Blades adesl 4 Blades 1 SchoolKnives SchoolKnivesBoysKnives BoysKnives I A GirlsKnives 1 I LadiesKnives sKniVesl i GentlemensKnives I GentlemensKnivesWorkKnives WorkKnives 1 I JackKnivesI i PenKnives I CattleKnives 1 Hunting Knives I ButcherKnives I I CARVING SETS i IAS COABlTtEftSCISSORS I SCISSORS j SCISSORSSHEARS SHEARS I I 4 K F IL 4 o t 1 M A J i = p E A J E S FOR ALL SrOrmS AT 4 r gAg AL J I I Old and New I I AAAA AA I I I 1 SCHOOl it AT v I Books vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvv MROBERTS II Gossip About i People N N Vj II A Brief Mention of the Comings and andI I Goings by Those Wz Arc Interested In IJohn John Baughman and wife of Boyle were visitors here Sunday Marshall Denny of Louisville has been at home for a few days Miss Carrie Sanders is visiting her sister Mrs Hughes Aldridge ISister Burnett of Shelbyville ...

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. — 6 November 1903

4 4 4 1 r = 1 t1 l IfwJiM4j t i It si the ift1r2t c1esIsc of 2 a Mouuii to be helpful that hey 4chLf complaint against sufFcrinjj ii often that she cannot work What must sucjj a condition S mean to the woman who must S work if she would live There = is no woman so independent of spirit as a working woman And yet there are many selfdepend ent women struggling on day by day knowing that they must soon break down and become depend ent on oihers For weak rundown over worked women there is new life and new strength in Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It cures backache headache nervousness sleeplessness and other conse quences of womanly diseases by curing the diseases which cause these ills It establishes regu larity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulcera tion and cures female weakness n I suffered from female weakness for three years so that I could not work writes Miss Clara Peterson of Manhattan Ill Box 253nWas all run down only weighing ninety pounds used to weigh one h...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
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