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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 2 December 1904

r r d s e y x OOC OOCI THE I THEI IOPPORTU I IOPPORTUI TYI OF l I YOUR LifE S ITO BUY iqa CHEAP I OOWe II have a big stock of New Xmas Goods in INew I I massI Cut mass 2 Diamonds I II I Watches Clocks I I Silverware ic c I On account of ill healthi i I must close these goods goodsI out at once as I wish to move to Southern Califor nia as soon as stock is sold califorIi Dont delay Come now and get choice of stock for that Christmas present I you THOMFION The expect Jeweler to make tl x0000 ooooooc x CENTRAL RECORD Iseiued Weekly iooper Year I LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office IR1 CClderK1iCu SccontClati Mail Hatter Lancaster Ky December 2 1904 In considering the formidable total of 60000 divorces granted in the Uni ted States last year it is to be borne in mind that hardly mere than one fifth were due to allegations of infi I delity the cause which is the sole ground for a decree in New York and I the sole ground which a national di vorce law would be expected to recog nize It...

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. — 2 December 1904

M I 1 r l z t l vL 4 w McWhorter Estridge 4 4 PAINT LICK KY 4 r JE m l 0 i Id ALL IN 1 OUR I 4 J FALL and WINTER U j We are selling the best line of 1 Dress goods ever in Paint Lick atI m remarkably low prices 1S 9OUR 4 1 CLOAKS FURS I ati g i I tracting attention all in correct p i j styles at correct prices i ourj M line of Overcoats especially our Rain W Coats Our prices are putting the i fij calebrated Cielette rainproof moth m m proof coat within the reach of all thI t 444444 rfK 444444 4 fij I 1 4 McWhorter Estridge i i IEPAINT 1I LICK i KY o r j Look See What FINE i i r Christmas and Wedding j rnhlil Presents at 11j r H M B A L LOUS E L Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cashr 1E 1 PEOPLES BANK INCORPORATED PAINT LICK 1 11 CAPITAL 1600000 SUKPJiUS 400000 111DIR DIR crorts M COY R G GUYN I J B WOODS 1A1v C FISH D L FRY R L ARNOLD JS BURROWS EL WOODS Commenced Business uly 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted ...

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. — 2 December 1904

i + k AWFUL MADACIIL That period of life known as then Change is very laying to many women It generally affects the health seriously Often it affects the mind as well as the body In some cases Ike 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 Piercesa Favorite Prescription In almost every case l it will cure the pains and suffering and per manently reestablish the general health It When I commenced to take Favorite Prescrip tion I thought I would never live through the Change n writes Mrs Charles E Thompson of Georgetown Eldorado Co CalifItl 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 mv stomach had constipation and awful headache was bloated at times in the bowels had pain in the chest and hacking coug but thanks to Dr Pierce I am not troubled ...

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. — 9 December 1904

rf Fr i < 2 THE CENTRAL RECORD FlFTSEXTII YEAllLANCASTER KYi FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1904NUJ1LBBB31 1 Items of Local Interest 1 lIP Winter is on in earnest Rentpaying time draws nigh Six pages of The Record today T The Postle stock will be sold at auc tion Lancaster merchants are well repre sented in this issue The press boys go to Florida the first week in January J G Sweeney advertises his large store room for rent in this issue Its a good room and splendid stand Adjourned Until Monday Afterattendlng to some civil Gfasl ness the circuit court adjourucd un til next Monday The grand jury did likewise The Recordscartoonist Is at work on several other prominent citizens His work has been highly complimented by prominent cartoonists among them Mr Fred Caweln of the Louisville Times who says the work appearing in The Record is good enough for any paper Gets 1500 Verdict The case of Henry Shirley colored man against the Southern Railway occupied sums time inthe local circuit court The jury ...

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 December 1904

f n a wNAri tws La f y n yr g rsy r 5 t + 9 1t z c m = 4 = 1f = 7 I i Ml III UIIIRB II ra VI I UMM Uhf I a yr sar r ftIkr iv ai ai ii aft r uuu IRI vii i L r r faI 1 i 1 y r1p is µ h BIG WHITE ELEPHANT STORE r t I + d Beginning Dec 9 1904 at 10 oclock a a J 1 Thissale is made to sweep out a heavy overstock in fact the whole stock if possible to make some improvements in my store a < room and to inaugurate a business in Lancaster Beginning Feb 1 st 1905 New novel and up to the minute This together with a willingness to part with clean salable seasonable merchandise on a cash basis is what induces us to take this step This Sweep j 1 ing Sale embraces each and every Department of the busy WHITE ELEPHANT STORE from roof to cellar Your every want j sjpDlied at prices that please you t We Fling Away the Profits to Unload our Overstock I I i j See gQu We Sweep Them Q till jlffl1filff JfIJL01 oooooooooaoo 1 o oo h DRY GOODS a Immense stock bought at first hands for spot r t 8 cash will b...

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 December 1904

T II JWII C IXt THEI OPPDRTUII TY1k X 0 1 ITOUI LIFE i ta I TO BUY 1 s IXmas DooI s I IN I CHEAP I IWe 2 We have a big stock of New Xmas Goods inI INew l I Jewelry Cut Glass I Diamonds z DiamondsWatches Clocks I Silverware cc IIS On account of ill health I must close these goods i out at once as I wish to i move to Southern California toI nia as soon as stock is sold Dont delay Come now and get choice of stock i for that Christmas present J you expect to make makeJ I THOMFON I Ih The Jeweler C < zi CENTRAL RfgpRD Jttiued Weekly toe per J0r LOUIS LANDRAM r Entered at the Poe Office < n Lancaster Sat r SecondClait Man Matter Lancaster Ky December g 1904 xgoqX We notice the name of RW Brown in a list of those mentioned in con nection with the Democratic nomina tion for mayor of Louisville The best thing that could happen for that city would be the election of Bob Brown to take charge of Its reins of govern k went He Is business from the word a Go His honesty Is unquestioned his e...

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 December 1904

Get in the H bitII of visiting visitingThe Joseph 1Ieranti1e 1compaoyo ICold weather is here so 0 we call your attention to our splendid lines of Winter Wearing Apparel We have a lovely line ot DRESSGOODS GOODS UNDERWEAR WEAR BLANKETS COMFORTS COMFORTSHOSIERY HOSIERY HOSIERYCLOAKS CLOAKS CLOAKSGLOVES GLOVES GLOVESSHOES SHOES SHOESWRAPS WRAPS WRAPSand and andi FURS I thatI and are making prices that will prove to you that we I are the friends of the peo pIe Everything to be I fountain IAu UsToTheMtaitG DRY GOODS STORE We have no old goodsto workoff everything first class and correct in style Call and we will prove 1 i everything we claim We Will Save Yon Bii Honey On Goals psss 1 i TbeI I Ja11lhM nutdl Company t I If Tor m q I HANDS It is a curious fact that the rdhands should live in our language as a practical definition of the value and standing of the laboring classes Mill hands farm hands simplyhands hands Even the workers themselves re cognize this definition as accurate by rar...

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. — 9 December 1904

1 The Central Record SUPPLEMENT t Sr Lxiiiter Ky Friday Dec 9 1904 r < PRIMITIVE JUSTICE Judge Wn Policeman Court Crier Bailiff But Decorum Was Strictly Observed t That reminds me of a judge I once F knew over here In a coast town said shthe 1 TimesDemocrat writer and he was diwithout doubt one of the most unique di ± r and startlingly original men who ever wore the ermine The judge held court at a popular resort on the coast now one of the most thriving and prosper ous communities in the lower section A of Mississippi At the time I have in 1mind however the area of the town was not much larger than an ordinary building lot But the judge was a big man just the same felt his importance as a functionary in one of the great i branches of the government and wielded the gavel with a grace and dignity worthy of the ermine in its 1 5 palmiest days There was an Irishman in the com munity who was in the habit of get ting drunk every time he was paid off He was always arrested locked up an...

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. — 9 December 1904

> tc > > 2ff < < L I 1 t r < And 1 HAPPY NEW YEAR i v I fir J Jf t t rtt Jfl f Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf Jf 1f Read These Bargain Offers Our haiibsoiiic line ol Xmas Goods arc complete and uptodate as demonstrated by our sales for the past week quantity and quality for lite price Be sure and see our window display one of which represents a Par lor a Library and a Heal Hooni furnished complete from the pictures oil the wall to the rugs for the floor and curtails tor the wiaadows represent ing complete b < > th rooms 165OO worth of goods which we will set np in your Douse for 14000 CASH Now if you are contemplating matrimony or have already married why not take advantage of this grand offer and make man wife friend relative or yourself a Xmas present which is useful as well as ornamental w a w 4 TIEIIESIE OUTS REPRESENT A SUITE which we have always sold for 1850 and is 1650 Cash During the Holidays Handsome Oak French plate I mirror rail foot to bed etc J IThis I...

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 December 1904

1 s r r i k > 1 J CENTB AX HE COBB TIlEi 1J IJI 1 A ct c I j ttFTEBSXH TEAS LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 16XUM3MR3 j J r Local Notes To The Unpaid TaxPayers of Gappaid County I am bound to make a final settle ment as Sheriff on January 1st 1905 and all those owing me taxes for 1904 t will please call and settle at once and 0 by so doing will save cost and trouble Yours sincerely W L Lawson 12 16 if Sheriff Garrard County County court day falls on tne 25th a legal holiday Dont forget this 3t Remember that county court day l261 falls on a holiday and the banks will be closed 3t In a fight at a negro church near Lowell Sunday Will Bassett and Jim Mitchell were killee and Chas Embry wounded All negroes The Mite Society of the Presbyte rian church will give a pie supper on the evening of the 3oth Full partic ulars in next issue of The Record Highly Enjoyedr The lecture given in Marsonic Hall by Rev C M Chumbley was listened to by a good sized audience and all were greatly pleased and ...

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 December 1904

z r ir 1Ii t I AI l k r = J11U UI UIL 1lUlIl IUlJtltDIJlIDIIIJtrOlJlJlom L tis 1 ir 1Wbortw4hthdge PAINT LICK KY KYI a JQ Seethe w H1IId4llH r < Goodsy < y 1 t lcWharir I islits also the bargains in IaSOi GOODS CLOAKS FURS 1 all being closed out at and below cost We are determined to carryno Fall Gm over and will sell at a sacrifice rather than do so You will save money by looking over our stock o j J I I McWhorter Estridge 0 PAINT LICK KY rrrJJ mmm t 1 PRESENTS J t At Low Prices SEE OUR Coal Vases Brass Fire Sets Burlm Fire Sets Nickel Plated Fire Sets Handsome Line of Carving Knives Silver Plated Knives and Forjcs Tea 4ifd fTartJle SDQonsSJag Bone ibony lahdJWood Handle < Fabte Knives pcrtchester Chafing r Dishes Serving o I fishes Coffee and Tea Pots Cream r A Pitcht y 1 rsWait Arc k Knives 0 Baz orsand Scissors Lap Robes and i3 f oot Warmers YZti IJ B ELDEL c 1 11 f J dcl iit t tt c M f K 3 + I Y i aa Jr 14 r Go O ip > O About i People Ne C Rp1eA5 A BrW MMWMI et 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. — 16 December 1904

i het in the Habit oevisiting F oevisitingThe Joseph Company Mr a tile I Cold weather is Here so i we call your attention to our splendid lines of i t Winter Wearing Apparel I i We have a lovely line ol S DRESS DRESSGOODS GOODS UNDERWEAR WEAR COMFORTS BLANKETS HOSIERY BLANKETSSHOES GLOVESSHOES 1 SHOESWRAPS WRAPS WRAPSand and r4 FURS r s r and are making prices that will prove to you that we are the friends of the peo ple Everything to be found in I r AD UjToTlieIinte DRY GOODS STORE We have no old goodsto workoff everything first class and correct in style Call Q and we will prove everything we claim 1ft Will SaTe YOt i f s ore i i j i I HHH eeeeveee eeeeveeelThe lThe c Jal i MDrcll ill Y lJeapliJ CENTRAL RECORD luiued Weekly ioojpr Year i LOUIS LANDRAM entered at the Pott OJkt in Lamauter JTy GI Icr Mail JGuer Lancaster Ky December 16 1004 1 It is pathetic to note that Russia Is I talking of things it will do after tbeI war warWe We are not authorized to announe J anybody for any o...

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 December 1904

1 f t > rma a IHJttS MAMMA Mamma is watching her baby from the window of her room L and envying the nurse her strength It often happens that a woman dates a life of invalid ism from the birth of her first child In other cases she has a slow recovery which shuts her out for a long time from the reg ular family life Mothers who have used Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription as preparative for maternity expreSs their amazement at the preSs strength it gives keeping the body healthy the mind cheer ful and making the babys ad 1 vent practically painless ftI cannot say too much for Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription writes Mrs S E Rose of Big Otter Clay Co W VaftI feel it my duty to say to female i all women who are suffering from male troubles that it is the best medi cine on earth that they can use I am the mother of five children and have 1 been as high as eightdaYS in the doc j tors hands and never less than two days at any time until the last Then I had used two bottles of Dr Pierces Fa...

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. — 16 December 1904

The Central Record Supplement Lancaster Ky Dec 1 6 1904 MORROWMcROBERTS Request you to call and inspect their line of CHRISTMAS GOODS They assure us it is the most I ti BEAUTIFUL AND VARIED They Have Ever Shown t It is Impossible to Enumerate the Articles r f 5 they offer so they ask you to see the stock AND o LEARN THE PRICES Neither of Which will Disappoint You Lancaster Kentucky LOCAL NEWS Hue Curry sold for Mr G W Roblnsou his 225 rcre farm near Shakertown to MrH R Wilder for 187 per acre Mr Robinson took in as a part pay Mr Wlders farni of 115 acres on the Warwick pike at 965 per acre = Harrodiiburg Democrat Democratv 1 FFM Sled lttrik tlit Within the next three or four months over 1000 tons of garden lower and field seed will be distrlbat from Washington Each Congressman has 14500 packages of vegatable and 500 of Rawer seeds 30 packages or lawn seeds Subscribe for the Record R i 0 Mr J D hover sold to Mr JobnC Porter his Great Crossings farm known as the porter and John C Gain...

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. — 20 December 1904

y3 rr 4 4t THE CENTRAL u RECORD I oIf u irllNr1 LANCASTER EY TUESDAY DECEMBER 20 1904 JfU1IUI1UI30 LJ EXTRAORDINARY ay f k AVCTIO SALE At Sweeneys Store Room Lancaster Ky1b Beginning Monday Dec 19th I In order to close out my business before I move away 1 will sell at auction my beautiful stock consisting of Watches Diamonds Clocks Silverware Art Goods = i I Books Musical Instruments I and many other handsome valuable and useful goods we cannot name I r in this space Our goods are the very best and are fully guaranteed This sale comes just at the right time for you to Secure Xmas Presents at Your Own Bidding I have secured the services of the great jewelry auctioneer E C BELL These sales will r be conducted as HIGHGRADE LADIES AUCTION and seats will be provided for their com fort There are so many goods for ladies selection that we will give tickets to the first ten ladies who enter the store promptly at I 30 oclock on Dec 19th Doors will be closed until the town clock is at 130 and...

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. — 20 December 1904

if v 3K J i I r i ln > r EstridgeI I I PAINT LICK KX I iii tfigfiJfilflll zgfi Yl l 1 Holiday Seethew 11 I Goods I AT McWharte Estri gesl also the bargains in p If s DRESS GOODS Im 1 DR6SS000DSI CLOAKS FURS I 11mall being closed out at and below cost j costI We are determined to carry no Fall Goods over and will sell at a sacrifice rather than do so mYou will save money by looking over our stock 1iI1 1B X Jj I II 0 I u McWhorter Estridge I I PAINT LICK f KY WJAI inmQftMs IJW w PRESENTS mmm T At Low Prices SEE OUR Coal Vases BrassFi re Sets Burl in Fire Sets Nickel Plated Fire Sets Handsome Line of Carving Knives J Silver Plated Knives and Forks Tea j ft and Table Spoons Stag Bone Ebony and Wood Handle Table Knives l < 1 2 Rptchester Chafing Dishes Serving j J fii Dishes Coffee and Tea Pots Cream tN g 1 i Pitchers Sugar Bowls Water Pit bf i I ers Water SetrPocket Knives Raz iors and Scissors Lap Robes and Foot Warmers 1 t 5 + J L J fji i nR t n I t i J fly Y > y + y a r S j ...

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. — 20 December 1904

1 r Get in the Habit of visiting i visitingThe The iCcmpany i e Ccmpany I I JCold weather is here so i Iwe call your attention to I our splendid lines of I rWinter Wearing Apparel I r We have a lovely line ot DRESS ofD GOODS UNDERWEAR WEAR t e BLANKETSl l i BLANKETSCOMFORTS COMFORTS COMFORTSHOSIERY HOSIERY HOSIERYCLOAKS CLOAKS CLOAKSGLOVES GLOVES GLOVESSHOES SHOES SHOESWRAPS I WRAPS WRAPSand L FURS and are making prices that will prove to you that we t are the frieqds of the peo pIe Everything to be found in r An UpTflTIeHinnle t DRY GOODS STORE We have no old goodsto work off 1 goodstoworkoffeverything everything first class and correct in style Call 1 1and we will prove + 1 provo l everything we claim I Ic ae Will8ave You Bill y Money Oa Gloats i C1Mlsi d rnim vooovooThe I i Tile I t DIIh Marc U11 i c 11i Lt 1t Company I C > L V CENTRAL RECORD y Jsaiued Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Berered at t pbit Office in Lancaster JTyij o > SeeondCbut Kail Uatter Lancaster Ky Decem...

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. — 20 December 1904

IIIt = uiiwo jE A D AR 1 There many a man whoSe lungs are today As sound as aL dollar who at one time Suffered severely With weak oi diseasc d lungs The change has been brought about by the use Of Dr Pierc Golden Medical Discovery It has cured men OOwo A whose condition was regarded as hopeless 1 who were given up by physicians as beyond all hope of cure Golden Medical Discovery eryn cures obstinate deepseated coughs bronchitis weak lungs hemorrhage and other diseased conditions which if neglected or unskilfully treated terminate fatally in consumption consumptionnl faith in your medicine it writes Mrs Ao W TJthe of 209 B Eighth Street NewportKy I Fourteen years ago I was ured with only one bottle of Golden Medical Discovery after I had been taking medicine from oar doctor for five months He told my mother that I had consump tion aDd could not live longer than Spring which wouldhave been only a few months The same day my attention was drawn to an advertisement of Dr Fierce medicine ...

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 December 1904

I j THE CENTRAL RECOI FIFTXESTH TEAR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 23 1904 jIi < Po j J > 0 1 0 = S > f > iaA TbA I I 1 J V GREAT SACRIFICE y a v r I As the auctioneer contracted with disappointed me I am now forcedI to throw my stock upon the market to be reduced at any sacrfice As I previously stated the condition of my health makes it absolutely ne cessary for me to remove to California at once Of course I can not leave the stock and to sell it in a lump it must be reduced You see the situation and realize my predicament so come at once and secure 4 I goods at prices far less than what they cost me We have an extra force of clerks and will sell you Iforce Watches Diamonds1 ClocksI J Silverware Art Goods I Books Musical Instruments i and many other handsome valuable and useful goods we cannot name in this space Our goods are the very best and are fully nameI This is an opportunity seldom if ever offered the people so you should shouldI come early and take advantage of...

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