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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 11 December 1903

a r r l jR Vf1 I K F POSTLE 1 401j 3Od0i d000400064000440Ob004 4I ty HEATING STOVES 4000 L I 4000P c tf p E > 4000B c t 4000S J O 0o 0 11O c 0 0c 0 c BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS 444444440444440Oqoa 444444440444440OqoaGuns > Guns 0c > Rifles > > Gunsc p40004H H oZ vvvuuoooooc aooosro y xwwr v + > < I i Cutlery r V y x Pocket Knives Carving Sets I Razors Scissors 4 < 4 < U < < d000 0009dWOb0004060O4 WOVEN WIRE WIREFENCE y FENCE lA V 1J1 nn IWfhAt I t Fe yr Fe eo Fe J About People We Know i 0 kJC JOC < P1JCC XSCI KrJ V V V V Vu J Miss Katie Smith of Richmond is the guest of Miss Katie Lee Denny Mr J I Hamilton has gone to Missis sippi to spend several months monthsI Walter Walker of Stanford is visit i fng his parents at Point Leave 7 Mrs John Lear who has been very JH for several weeks is improving Mrs W G Dunlap of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs R A Burnside I Dr Chris Faris attended the Elks Memorial services at Richmond Sun i day 1i M...

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. — 11 December 1903

a A I J Ii r fiGtlt r err 2reb I eiIf t + i irt dt 1 r r 1 Md i jSIa f itt The stoutest cable ever made is of t strainedto the breaking point when it is overtaxed Just the amount of strain the cable will bear without breaking can be figured by the makers to an ounce The human body 4s like the chain in I this that it breaks down when more than Ta legitimate strain is put upon it But unlike the chain there is no means of I telling under what strain the physical r powers will collapse For that reason L the first symptoms of being overtaxed I are alarming If there isa feeling of 1 weakness especially when accompained by loss of flesh the strain on the body is passing beyond its endurance There > is need of increased physical strength and vigor People who are weak and rundown will find that Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery will promptly restore I them to vigorous health It cures dis 1 eases of the stomachand other organs Medical Discovery and I Favorite Prescription which I did an...

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. — 18 December 1903

T r mm < r r r IpouETEEXTW pouETEEXTW YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY J DECEMBER 181903xtrzauis t HEADQUARTERS FOR tt Useful t I Xmas i i Presents A I 3 I Ins InsJ t 3 y t iFor the Men v i Razors in stag bone and fancy handles Pocket knives with pearl handles genuine stag ebony and bone handles Every knife I and razor guaranteed Shot guns rifles and I I fishing poles foot warmers for buggies har I t ness saddles lap robes horse blankets bri I 4 dles good buggy whips spurs and dog collars It Saws hatchets and tools of all kinds ollarsI 1 For the WomenI chafI t Rotchester nickleand silver ware chaf ing dishes serving dishes coffee pots cream I pitchers sugar bowls water pitchers waiters mugs napkin rings butter dishes waitersI molasses stands ladles card trays salt and ironsj I j in sets door bells Wheeler Wilson sewing Ii machines electric ranges coal vases brass I nickleplated and berlin black fire sets Large I line of tea and table spoons table cutlery sil verplated knives and forks ce...

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. — 18 December 1903

i 4xi t T l < 1 jet In The Habit Of Trading With Joseph Mercantile Co I u I I I II I I I I I I I I F I I The tremendous stock of goods we brought to the Lancaster market t put our competitors 0 n the jump but i a They Cant Catch onrLead 1 We have an exquisite line of Dress Goods Notions Shoes Underwear Gloves and everythingto be found in Un4odate Dry Goods House We have a few ELEGANT CLOAKS left which will be sold at low prices I We have in stock a large assortment of designs in wood ready for burning I U lIIin n I H Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM i Entered at the Poet oJ in Lancaster XV ell SecondClan Man Hatter Lancaster Ky December 18 1003 The corruption in politics is abso lutely fearful and threatens our wel fare No man be he ever so honest and capable can be elected to fill an office unless he has boodle This the ory has been put into practice all over the country and it opens the way to fraud elects unworthy mgn and de stroys the principles ...

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. — 18 December 1903

t t v II 0 ca 1 = WJ1 c a r K f rO Tb6 44041444444440Od4444400 0 0O40 0 HEATING STOVES tL A o 1P 0 t R Oo 0 t O 0 0 B 0 BE 0 E 0 Q Is40ooc BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS > LAPROBES That are big enough LAPROBES LAPROBESThat That will keep keepyou you warm LAPROBES LAPROBESThat That you can canafford affordQ A1 < 1 A < < < Y < f1 Lo f1 L 1 1 Alm 0 Pocket Knives Carving Sets Razors Scissors < < < < < < WOVEN WIRE WIREFENCE FENCE MnIYFW < > < SxSxg > < ss > SxSxSxS > S3xS I About People We Know i Mrs J S Robinson gave an elegant dinner Friday Miss Mary Burnside is in Lexington i visiting relatives t Victor Stone is clerking in J C Thompsons store Mr W B Burton has gone to Atlanta 1for a two weeks visit Miss Katie Denton is visiting her I aster Mrs Victor Lear y Dr Walker of Paint Lick was in own the first of the week Miss Mary Miller of Richmond is the guest of Mi s Lizzie Hudson Col TV S Fergurson of Covington arrived Thursday...

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. — 18 December 1903

we AWFUL HEADACE1L That period of life known as the Change is very trying to many women It generally affects the health seriously Often it affects the mind as well as the body InS cases the suffering is very severe and prolonged and life seems a burden instead of a blessing There is no woman passing through the critical period of the change of life who will not receive help from the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription In almost every case it will cure the pains and suffering and per manently reestablish the general health When I commenced to take XftePresai lion I thought I would never live through the I Change writes Mrs Charles B Thompson of Georgetown Eldorado Co Calif I suffered from all the troubles one could have and live I had stomach trouble lived on dry bread and hot water for three months not being able to keep any food on my stomac1 had constipation and awful headache was bloated at times in the bowels had patn m the chest and hacking coub but thanks to Dr Pierce I am...

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. — 18 December 1903

The Central Record Lancaster Ky Dec 18 1903 SUPPLEMENT PAINT LICK A B Estridge bas taken chare of the post office here moved in MrsMin nle Jennings millinery store A very tine line of Leather goods in Ladies Hand Bags and Purses and Gentlemens Traveling Cases at Mc Robertss Drug Store tf Born to the wife of Henry Moore on the 12th a ten pound boy Henry Roam HoainMorrow Morrow McRoberts an showing the nicest line of Cut Glass ever in the town tf Misses Sallie and Callie Adams spent from Saturday until Mondav with their aunt Mrs B C Engleman Miss Allie Arnold of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs Ike Arnold recently Sterling silver spoons forks and fan cy pieces New and complete line All goods put in nice satin lined boxes and engraved free tf Thorn DSOU the Jeweler Mrs Jennie Searcy has rented her property to Mr James Butner for next year she bavinggone to Red House to liveMr Mr J H Burke has moved to the Mrs E H Ballard farm Mr Higginbotham having moved back t 1 Bryantsvilie 8UNSF The L...

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. — 22 December 1903

tr r < t Ni 1 = f 4 n L i L nFi r THE N 1I1JHL RECORD I f 1 il I 1OUBTBBNTH YEAR LANCASTER KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 22 1903 vatsslt asw r I HEADQUARTE1S HEADQUARTE1Sr i cJ FOR Ta Useful 4 7 i 0 xmas it r i Presents t I I For the Men handlesI Razors in stag bone and fancy handles Pocket knives with pearl handles genuine I stag ebony and bone handles Every knife I and razor guaranteed Shot guns rifles and fishing poles foot warmers for buggies bar i ness saddles lap robes horse blankets bri dles good buggy whips spurs and dog collars Saws hatchets and tools of all kindsfo s i Fqr the Women Rotchester nickle and silver ware chaf ing dishes serving dishes coffee pots cream Ipitchers sugar bowls water pitchers waiters mugs napkin rings butter dishes crumb trays x molasses stands ladles card trays salt andf pepper boxes tea kettles Mrs Potts sad irons in sets door bells Wheeler Wilson sewing machines electric ranges coal vases brassI nickleplated and berlin black fire sets Large line of tea...

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. — 22 December 1903

y J f r x J 0000 f I Get In The Habit Of Trading With l j Joseph Mercantile Co 4 a + II + It It I II il It I It It 11111 t4 + P + f44 The tremendous stock of goods we brought to the Lancaster market put our competitors 0 n the jump but They Cant Catch Our Lead We have an exquisite line of Dress Goods e Notions Shoes H Underwear Gloves anoVeverything to be found in Uu4odato Dry oods House We have a few ELEGANT CLOAKS left which will be sold at low prices 1left We have in stock a large assortment of designs in wood ready for burning 1 IltaltllIIlj Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED CENTRAL RECORQ LOUIS LANDRAM JMUrtd at the Poet Office in ZonewUr MV GI Seconddoit Moll XaUtr Lancaster Ej December 22 1903 Three moire days until Christmas the time for gif tgiving and merry making with a great majority of the people Somewlll take up the time with a visit to friends the city chap will visit his country cousin while Reuben will go to the city and see the sights Some will go hunting some will...

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. — 22 December 1903

Ct Y 1 i NJ1lWtV z r Kf r03Tb6 44aoooaaaoooao0ooaoaoaaoooaooa r BEATINfi STOVES 1 L A E AR A i B O I 4000 0S BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS I < I LAPROBES LAPROBESThat That are big enough LAPROBES That will keep z you warm Y 6 LAPROBES That you can 2 afford oaoooooaaoooooo oooo A P L o R B E S Cutlery t V j y Pocket Knives 1 V Carving Sets i Razors Scissors 06000A60004040000 6000A00094U4 WOVEN 44 WOVENWIRE FENCE afl m AI SxSxS SxSxSxSxS I About People We Know j xj > SxS > S > S > xS Mrs Banks Hudson spent Monday in Lexington DrH M Grant is at home from a recent stay in Louisville Miss Mary Wooldridge entertained a few friends the past week at a pit party Misses Martha and Helen Gill will spend the holidays with their sister iss Mary 11SS W B Burton will entertain at fds tomorrow evening at the New taason hotel I The teachers Misses Washburn Peyton and Oakley will spend Christ mas with relatives Miss Norine Henry of Batsons dry goods store will spend the holidays c ...

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 December 1903

land Stock Crops Messrs James Pratber Grant White and N Ray of Need more Mason coun ty killed 140 rabbits in a twenty acre field in that neighborhood and they say they left as many more There is no doubt now that all of the hundred and nineteen counties in Kentucky will have representation at the Worlds Fair if not In one depart ment iu another The county that does not show agricultural products will probattly be in the mineral exhib it and if not in the mineral or agri cultural displays will have a place either in forestry education horticul ture or live stock The harvest of wheat alone engages about 1000000 men and 50000 teams three months of the summer while at least 10000 women are needed to pre pare food for the workers The harv est of other crops employ less men but the entire number of harvesters needed in gathering the crops of the United States has been estimated at 1520700that is exclusive of the far mers that reside on their own land aud aid in the harvest The breeding of...

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. — 22 December 1903

rThe The Central Record Lancaster Ky Dec 22 1903 SUPPLEMENT abM I i Delayed Letter Miss Mary Preston is on the sick IstI I iMr B F Evans is teaching school ut Duncan Bros Doll Tails Ito and Buggies at Thumpsuut Mrs Adams is very low with con sumptioaw There is nothing traveling in this uscction but colds JI I Mr Dennie Scott sold sonic hemp iCed at 220 per busheld Endless variety of Dolls at McRob tftb Drug store tf i John Jackson moved Monday to operty near Toddvilie kbn Val derpools family have been ring from c1l1ckeLpuxI E F Scott sold to L ennie Scott I heifers at 2Je per pound Battle Duncan is at home again a few week visit with relatives ssaminee ssamineB B Bourne and family have moved roperty recently purchased on this keye pikew ses Mae and A E Scott closed schools at Locust Grove and Sun de last Fl idayG I new patterns in Tea and Table I ins sterling silver Every set pllt ne silk lined box and engrave d frat e at Thump n I Morfort Sanders have taken pus ion of the store at ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 22 December 1903

I r The American Seeding Machine Co Springfield Ohio has issued the best Almanac we have seen It contains much valuable information and is in valuable Write the firm and they will send you one free How fast a bass grows may be infer red from the fact that fish of this va riety have been caught from an artifi cial pond at Boonville Warrick coun ty weighing from four to six and a halt pounds that were placed there as 1minnows Let It Alone Mt Vernon Signal Some telephone subscribers have the mistaken idea that the receiver should be lifted from the hook during thunder storms Where such an idea origina ted is difficult for telephone managers to discover Leave the phone to care of itself Dont bother the Receiv er II By observing this injunction lightning has a better show to reach the earth through the ground wire Keep Them Turning Newspaper advertising costs you too much when you try it today and stop it tomorrow says the Tampa Fla Tri bune So would clerks cost you too much if you hired...

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. — 1 January 1904

h r i J t1tF THE TGENTR AL BECOBM i p 9SVR POUBTEENTS Yw LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 11904 nnu t 1 > 1 f 7 1 I Ij Hating 4tI I Stoves 4 r < AT t TI COST i sz r for 15 Days Ii z 1 1 f w < jse14en = + 4 bry jl brt J yWE 1 T 1 r t Koomson J e i 3 Hardware Go 1 t a 1 < W t iC I r K J 1 r < > j tr k ka a l I 0 4 Y = aA = Y4BEAZLEYCO 4f 4 unera Y Directors r Arterial and F h Cavity Embalming Embalming4440b 4440b Jjfa have the largest and most com > plete line of Furniture Furnitureand and Carpets In Central Kentucky i R L DAVIDSON J Attorney At taW Office over Stormes drugstore Prompt attention t w1 ese ngratitudea tike larminus 44 s ny i ome thing to y ft titprVe 8 t y a man endur tal Cuts Wounds i Scalds Sore feet or stiff But theres no need for it len mica Salve will kill the ina rouble Its the t S or Piles too 25c C gist lm Jain why others ul takes a Trouble i is eltceptfonal to find a family ereth re ate no domestic ruptures ion llybutthesecanbe lessened inT 1rii...

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. — 1 January 1904

2 f 1 I 4 Get4n The Habit Of Trading With 1Joseph Mercantile Co 14 I II I II I I I In I II I It I I I I I I I It I Ill It is Our Determination t to dispose of all our Winter Goods to make room for Spring stock We positively will not carry over anything and to clean up the different lines will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices 3 lr j We never advertise fake sales to draw people to our house but make friends by telling cold facts and giving the trade honest goods at reasonable prices f JIID C = This is uot a Cost sale but the goods are to go MYniir Own Price j a I I I I I I I I U I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I111111 I t Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED JPaea > toals Co Vhs cured quickly by ltieFS Honey u < VTar Refuse substitutes CCJEow 1m Fortunate is the man who doesnt have onehalf the troubles that his neighbors think he has Cfelldrea Pollened Many children are poisoned and made nervous and weak if not killed out right by mothers giving them cough syrupscontaining opia...

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. — 1 January 1904

r 4 Jya1 1 a f f 7 n Mr lA KF lUd TI F 4ooooddooaaoaaaoooaoaooaao HEATING STOVES < Ti A TiR TiE < < < S r BEST STOVES BEST PRICES ALL KINDS rrrr r > > > > J LAPROBES LAPROBESThat That are big enough < > a > LAPROBES LAPROBESThat < i That will keep keepi i you warm < > LAPROBES < That you can canafford > afford < L o B E A R S p r r rvrL > > > > > > > > > > > > > > r Cutlery V PocketKnives 1 Carving Sets Razors Scissors 406000000 0404d040900400460OSa4 WOVEN WOVENiVIRE WIRE H FENCE w1f7 t BUCKEYE Delayed Letter Mrs ITerrod Ray sold to Robt Long 4a nice heifer for 10 Mr Perry Kates and wife returned from Illinois last week J R Ray bought a bunch of shoats last week at 325 per hundred Mr Witt of Madison has moved to js newly purchased property at this 4jruee Mr Robert Long has just returned from the mountains where he has been buying calves Messrs Marion Ray and Myrtle Dai r ly were visiting fri...

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. — 1 January 1904

iJ Saw His Finish Tliere was an old man wboeald Gee T blUe has been one long jamboree r2 JH Ive hit such a salt n That I feel I may state t iiavaa a hot finfdh comIng to me I STONE Mr Jesse Lamay has returned from KansasC C S Sanders was In Lexington last week on business Mrs James Littrell Is suffering fp m a paralletic stroke C SSandcrs bought two fat hogs of A Preston formic 3 Miss Smith of Marksbury has been the gaest of Mrs Mattie Land MrsMalinda Preston of Little Hick man is visiting Mrs Gabe Preston Miss Zenith Jennings is spending Christmas with her mother at Pink Mr and Mrs James Sanders gave a dining to a number of their friends FridayLet Let every one come out to meeting next Saturday nightSunday and Sun day night Mr C M Moberley and wife are spen ding the holidays In Nicholasvlll and Lexington Mr Mead Tester and family have moved into their new home on Poor Bldge pike A very successful school taught by Miss Olivia Sweeney closed at this place Dec 11 Mrs Sallie Jennings o...

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. — 8 January 1904

r 1 I l THE CENTRAL RECORD t FOURTBESTH TJSAK LANCASTER KY 1 FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1 904xaassii4i e l 1 0p 0 + Y 1 Heating Stoves j I f AT ATJ H HI C = 0 = S = T I for 15 Days f 1 Haselden = I llaseIdenRobifisofi Robinson Hardware CoJ j r tit = Jo A = = I BEAZLEY CO V 7E Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming 40040 We have the largest and most com plete line of FurnitureS 4 ran Carpets In Central Kentucky r w RL DAVIDSON < I Attorney At Law Y iiOffi over Stormes drug store v T v Prompt attention to business tf tvptyOOq 0 0O 000044 44 NQ 4 k Remnant f J Sale < 1 At f4 S I am a eYtause e clean laetore eb igarate igaratelusting t Yt rf J R ryf SALE Bfwbe sold at about eyebalfregular price We M1liiieaer QrFent Come llfc r ed f Interest I r The Masinic Lodge meets Tuesday i night at which time the new officers will be installed r J Rev J A Sawyer state evangelist for I the Prohibitionists addressed a large t audience at the Presbyterian church ii Sunday afternoon J All members ...

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