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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 15 June 1899

FROM HEAT WHIN YOU CAN WEARING OUR Light. CRASH We carry complete line of Sum mer Suits, Hats, Shoes andUnderwear to AND J.L.FR0HMAN&C0 DANVulE, run 11D SUITS. RIGHT I Kf. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY June 15, - 1899- Eld. Geo. Gowen has been here for a few days. Aunt Eliza Parris Is visiting rela tives in Danville. Mrs. D. M. Lackey attended the Ladies Fair at Richmond. Miss Theo Hemphill has returned from a visit to Danville friends. Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is visiting Mrs. Wm. C. Price, in Danville. Jason "Wesley, of Middlesburg, Is visiting his brother, Dr. Wesley. Miss Nellie Dillon has returned from a visit to relatives in Stanford. Miss Stella Brown, of London, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Ward. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird attended the big medical association at ColumbusOhio. Mr. Wm. Goodloe, of Paris, will be Miss Jennie Lackey's guest Sunday. Miss Pattie Burnside and sister, of Barbourville, are guests of Miss Mary Gill. Rev. J. Massee attended the gener al Association at Mt Ster...

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. — 15 June 1899

Bryantstrille- "Elder Allen will fill his appointment' at Pleasant Grove Sunday. Rev. Clark will fill his regular ap pointment at this, place Sunday, it be ing the 3rd Sunday, also Sunday niRht Your correspondent attended preach ing at Buena Vista Sunday and listen ed to an able discourse delivered by Dr. Ely. The text was Micah, 2-10: "Arise ye and depart, for this is not . your rest.'' Miss Reed Farley and sister, of Dan ville, are the guests of their brother. J. W. Farley, this week.... Miss Rice, a beautiful young lady from Lexing ton, is the guest of Mrs. Sam Adams. . . . .Mrs. Dr. Elliott and children.have returned from Paint L'.ck. where they have been visiting relatives.... Mrs. Eliza Ballard and little son's have re turned from a visit tu friends in Lex ingtjn, accompanied by their relative Miss Annie Woolfolk... .Mrs. Susan Johnson, of Burgin. is visiting friends in this vicinity. . . .Miss Lucy Sagercy; from Wihnore, visited Mrs. Dr. Arm strong, last week Mrs. Malk Ald- r...

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 June 1899

T -v- Entered at the Post Office fn Lancaster, K-j., as Second Class ilatter.l HUM BEX J TENTH TSAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 22, 1819. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. LOUIS LAND RAM, Publisher. MUCH FRESH N l AND BEAUTY Is to be seen among the VARIOUS GOODS IN STOCZ for making Shirt Waists. SUCH AS LAWNS, DIM ITIES, INDIA NANSOOKS, PIQUES, INDIA LINN ENS, PARIS MUS LINS, BATIS TES &c. You should also see our line of READY-MADE WAISTS ait READY-MADE SKIRTS. LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY WHAT'S GOING THE PROPOSE RAILROAD. Surveyors Now KhbbIhc FIh1 IWm Tk rough Gmrrara CcwHty. Wltalm Oar Grasp. As stated briefly in the last issue of The Record, the Southern Railway has a full corps of surveyors in Gar rard making a final survey for the new line. They located first at Burgin and ran two lines to the river. Today, Thursday, they will pitch camp at Bryantsville and work in Garrard. Tlie party has orders to run to Lan caster, and then by the most feasable route to Jellico, where their so...

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 June 1899

rffVTVAT "P CPflttTl dler U all right, but joa want to make (pointed who gtyesllan Invitation to Vl!fllttAL( B.?jVjJXLJ uUtr4cks4wa.fromavioUat." attend aad join in the celebration of tall THT VCCK BY XjOUIH LASDMU.it. Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. the ( OKI TV1B, IM ADVAXCB 1M tHURlRiTUoKTEl. " -O ITHKKB " " .25 TH Jl$3T.VY, June - 2, - 1899 E. Tnn.fnrmnt.inn nf trusts trnfts trier- lungs, cough set in and finally tcrmi ,11., A If ennn. rtnnc ,.t rob-on naiCCl in UOriSUm UllOIl. O! our UUVIUIS J 11 Ull UUU 11 OWIIIU DkC H IIUU vin.v,. 1 to stop the evil, the people will soon f lv fnrrvrl t mv Pvnrhitnnt. nrlrvs for Pvorv nrMHA nsrd Tho niiftstion of v.o.b t ctnn tmotc ic- r. wVilob lc attracting much attention. These wimhins must, hfi hn.k-Pn nn. and the sooner the better. The U. S. attorney ceneral has said ifc is a matter with which the trovernment has nothinr to An hut. rActc whniiu with thp stntos. Tills beine the case, the neoule should be verv careful in who thev elect as r...

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 June 1899

4k OLD SOL Sends his Hot Rays But we can help you Prepare for Them, f If you have not supplied yourself with Light-' weight Clothing, come to us. "We will Help You Out of II TIGHT PUCE J . i - YOU SHOUID WAKE To the Fact that our Line of Un derwear is Ele gant. Our Shoes are beauties and are: a solid comfort. MMMIMOCM00 0MM8t80M0006tM00tMM09 00tMMM tfMfetWe can fit you out For your Summer Visit. vwnnr - v www www w w v -w w w wwww VVVjP a"' BntrWv"BV We can Dress the Fat Man so to keep him Cool and Happy 4 Make It A Point To see our Handsome line of Hats. "We have a complete stock of the celebrated John A B. Stetson hats the best in world. 4k We study to Please our 4k Patrons, and give you the Best Values for Least Money. THE GLOBE. X L. Frohman & Co i, X-T-M-JL W JL I III, sA 1 WW ttf WWWWf CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY Jne 22, - X89j PEfiSOKflli.j GenaDunlap, Massy Denny, Margaret Davis. Lexington Gazette. Stanford Journal: Misses Sella, Ar ftoidjOl Lancaster, and Jean Dick, cf Cra...

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 June 1899

& , I STATE NEWS XL 1IRS. TOM BAKER. She, Will Talto Her Children and Settle la the Indian Territorj-A J'caceful Outlook In t lay County. Louisville, Ky., June 31. It. B. Lu cas, of Manchester, who is hero as a delegate to the democratic convention, say: the Baker-Howard feud is at an end. He says that Mrs. Tom Baker has decided to po to her father, who is a prominent farmer in Indian ter ritory. She will take her children with her. Dr. Lucas declares that the men who have been corraled and armed in the mountains have lad down their weapons and returned to their homes and to their work. A tetter and moro secure feeling prevails throughout tho te ror-stricken section. Kveryhody now appears to be satisfied to let tho law take its course, and the members of the factions are disposed to have peace. Leading citizens, who have taken no part in the feud, are now endeavoring to get the Whites, Howards, Bakers, l'hilpots and others involved in tho lighting to agree that they will do all ...

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 June 1899

nu3Ibe:i 13 LOUIS LANDRAM!, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 29, 1H9. ONE DOLLAR A TEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, ICij., as Second Cias Mattcr.l "WIS of any Trarlg Alliances an d sx Prices to SUITDURGUSTOfVlERS Consequently you Can Buy More toils of Better Qual ity Here Than Else where in Town in m . 11 r 1 toner id allabhoice 1 i 1 .f p.. ASSUIlllllilll ui-oBa- sooable Goods At Low Prices. LOGAN DmSOODS COMPANY I WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME. rretty Taffetas at Josepl See the Ladie's shoes at JoscplfSf Everything up-to-atc in Dry Goods at Joseph'?. ' -You must, you, yon, you, must pay me, you must pay me, you' must pay niv'. I?. A. Stone.- "Wheat VIieal IVlieat. We arc in the market for 100.000 bushels of wheat, and will pay top prices for it, cash on delivery. Call and sec us before selling. 11. A. P.. M.utKPnunv & Sox. Strnyoil, Large, brown horse, 12 years old, lit tle crease fallen, two 'white spots from saddle. Lert pl lenheim. May 22. anil has...

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 June 1899

CENTRAL RttCORD EVERY WEEK BY I.0UI8 LANDRAX, Publisher. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. soke yfab, in advakcb. Six Months. " Thbee " Jl.OQ -SO . . .25 head. THURSDAY, June - 29. - 189q 'Tolitics are hell and I'm going to quit em" remarked a Danville man the other day. Stkong drink always gets the upper hand, but Il;d-winc got a Whalleu at Louisville this week. Tun country contingnntat the Lou isville convention certainly ought to now be well up on "town ways." This present manner of conducting politics is enough to make decent people resolve to never cast another A'OtO. Gov. Buadley is being widely com mended for the strong efforts he makes to ston outlawry in the moun tai 11s. Of course Red-wine would not set well with the Louisville convention members. "Whisky-straight was the order of the day. The republicans will have to hump themselves to Inn.- ; - interesting "love-feast" at Lexington ;is was the Louisville convention. C. C. MoouE, the "Hairy Heathen has just been released from the Chio...

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 June 1899

iUttUliuUUuJulUiuJUlUtUJU iUittiMlUliUUJUJtt JUMUtt OLD SOL OEJNTKAL, KEOOKD. THURSDAY June 2q, - I89o ! PERSONAL. Sends his Hot Rays But we can help you Prepare for Them. oceec'oneoo6tK)Otiuotctffoo"''fft(') If you have not supplied yourself with. Light weight Clothing, come to us. "We will Help You Out of II TIGHT PUCE wwocBcococoocooo90COOoooooqcoo YOU SHOULD WAKE UP! To the Pact that VM V VM derwear is Ele- - gant. Our Shoes are beauties and are: a solid comfort. 7iik.iiii' We can J Jw you out I JpjS Summer Visit f woeoooeoofrooooocaoooftOHiiiQiiMli .4. can I , . . S 7 We Dress the Fat Man so to keep $t him Cool and Happy 5 Make It A Point To see our Handsome line of Hats. "We have a complete stock of the celebrated John B. Stetson hats the best in world. omooigiuu)tomiuoooooo"'o'noicMcmcC90io We study to Please our Patrons, and give you the Best Values' for Least Money. the: GLOBE. J. L. Frohman & Co 1 DANVILLE, KT. wwwiffw mittwiif wfiffiffWff iff in wff iff yifwrwrfy iff ...

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 June 1899

U I INTERESTING ATTEMPTED KILLING. By Four Feet Assassin's M ssrd ilinoMo Beverly linker and lUlivazd Garni: U, ' Near Manchester. ' BAnnounsviLi-E, Ivy., June 2S. Seme details have been received here of the attempted killing' of Ueverly ISalier and Edward Garrard, near Manchester Saturday. Four shots were lired from bushes on a hill opposite Baker's houss on Goose creek. One lodjred in the door jamb four feet from where Baker ' was sitting. Beverly is a cousin of Tom Baker. As Edward Garrard was en route from his home to his farm three strangers approached and asked him to take a drink of whisky. Wh. n he refused they said they would shoot liim if he did not. Garrard was afraid the liquor might be poisoned and talked awhile regarding it, giving three of his farm hands time to over take him, which they did, and the strangers disappeared. The Garrards arc Baker supporters. Shooting at a I'Icnic SpniXG field, Ky., June 27. At a picnic held on Beech river, near here, J. Will Burkhead s...

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. — 29 June 1899

CENTRAL RECORD. SUPPLEMENT. Lancaster, Ky., June 29, 199. GOEBELTHEMAN He is Nominated as Democratic Candi date lor Governor of Kentucky. Stone W Dropped on the SSth and Hardla 1'iovril Unab 1 to Control Kuoug-b of thai utoue Delegate' Vote to Win the ttigUi. Louisville, Ky.. June 22. The democratic rt.vcntion was called to orJer Wednesday aft ti noon by Chalimun Johnson. The Goebel Mor.e yeople pluced Judge David P. Bedwlne in nomination for temporary chairman. W. I:, bneecey. of Marion county, was nominated Ly the Hardin faction. The flrst ballot resulted: Redwine, 510; Sweeney. 416. but a number of counties were raised on accoilnt of contests, and the vote vu held up pending a decision an to how the vrtc cf thet counties were to be cast. At C:iS o'clock the democratic convention, alter sweltering tor ihre? hours over a tedious hearing of contests, broke up in great disor der, caused by an attempt to eject a noisy rued from the mate. This caused a .stampede tut no ose was Injured....

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. — 29 June 1899
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 July 1899

mnttm TEXTS TEAR. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., at Second Chut Matter NUMBBM S3 LOUIS LA.NDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 6, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR f I WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME I IMMMMIOiOOOMO0OOmM0IIMmHIIMMMMM0MI Masonic Lodge next Tuesday night. Get your Binder Twine at Gainb. Who said Lancaster was not coming tc the front? Not even a plain, showed up Tuesday. every-day drunk J. Joseph lias an iij -t -late Nile of slippers. Ladies, call and sec tilling Ne.v Vuii b3ltvlMickiis and faiwy goods this week. V Tiiosii'sbithc Jeweler! Foundations are completed on the Owsley block and the joists are being aid. Farmers are busy threshing. The crop will not be as short as was lirst feared. The prettiest lines of Pahtsols ever shown in Lancaster is tone found at Joseph's. Sack Sacks. IL A B Marksbury & Son keep on hand new sacks, and will sell to the farmers at cost. Building; Lot. If you want to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell you oncfrom 1 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. — 6 July 1899

r It is our desire to J6" CtP " Our method of g 7 J I have as few goods as n Slfaii fk m 0& -k m ipil LCtff FttiO&& i possible to move, so PC Pf iWll 1 If I a a A 1 B P5 will irut Money m your will be In this Bicjydd Removal Sale Ob October 1st w& -will remove to the im W BlOuJi. built on the old Opera House s.auars, adjoining the Ha- iWw'j..Lgv this building? for us dy Ootober let. C'jL,l g'wlJ Ui.i benonts of ;ms great 5 To avoid moving Spring1 and Summer C-fcods, we aro determined, if possible, to close out cur omiro stock before C closer 1st. k know wo will have to make Very Low Prices. Wo will not stop at Oost. but in many instances will go Bc-lo? Cost, so in may expect to get some Real Bargains. Gome early before the good things are racked up. How, in order to do this, this Item oval Sale you we Ladies Heady j&ide I)rss yiiirts and "Waists. Lir.cn Skirts worth ";0c :it 2e. Linen Skirfs worth T.lc nt AEc. Linen Skirts worth 1.03 and 1.25. . .75c. "While Pifu...

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 July 1899

PIPS p P 8 & Sends his Hot But we can I If you liavG not supplied yoursolf vrith. Light weight Clothing, come to xls. "Wo will you should To the Fact our Line of Un derwear is lie- Qur Shoe a.1 are beauties aj are: a m We can Dress the Fax Man so to keep him Cool and Happy We study to TfrHZ IH gtu JUL Sfe- Summer 19L Patrons, and give you -the Best "Values' HP DANVILLE, KY. li Vt'ftt t JC Jv.fcVW-."- m help you OF m H elp ii M PLACE 3 ror your 1?' H ViSlt S A '1 2 X v4 A Point 1 1 w Out of 1 rri t-t hzd T To see our Handsome line of Hats. "We 3ave a complete stock of .the celebrated John B. Stetson hats the "best in world. Please our '1 east Money. 7y 1 ' i iiiT ? t I i- ll 12 I l y.li 1 IxiLi ItlliUU r,J. TilUliSDAY July C, - IS.J9 PE'HSOflLi. Col. "V. S. Ferguson has returned to Covington. Jolm M. Logan is in Louisville on a business trip. Miss Allie Arnold is visiting friends at Bryantsville. Miss Mary Arnold is visiting rela itives in Kicholasville. Coleman Lee, of Louisvill...

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 July 1899

Stone. L. M. Crutclifitjd sold to A. D. Pord a nice bcifer calf at $15. Drummers and agents were plenti ful in our village last week. Mrs. Peachie Grow had a severe fall last Wednesday, but she is better now. Mrs. Mollic East wl.o has been con fined to her room is able to be oit ag in. Mrs. Mollic Fain is having her house I-ap Ted. Mr. Mike Ray, of Buckeye, is doing the work. Mrs. Hansford Land and Miss Lena Dennis both had a bad attack of Choi era Morbus last week but are some better at this wril ing. Mr. Oscar "Weaver, of rioi-Unsvill , visit d Mr. Wm. Fain and family Ium week while there he lost his horse, hi turned it out at night and it seemec perfectly well, but he found itdeac next morning. A number of people from here at tended quarterly meeting at Gunn Chapel Sunday, and also a number o young folks attended preaching at Ml Zio:i Jessamine County Saturday nigh" Sunday and Sunday night. "We cai. not toll what might be the attractioi over there. Mr. George Raney near here sold...

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. — 6 July 1899

CENTRAL RECORD. SUPPLEMENT. r.fiTiraetr Tf- .Tlllv A. ISOO. Paint Lick; June apples and frying chickens are Crops -wlil be cut short for the want if rain in this vacinity. Mrs. McWhorter, wlio is sick at lier .n.tlinp'tt MK K 1 KstKllTft S. IS lm- rovlnj;. IL Beazley, the tobacco man, lljjpeu lug iinu ui 1110 iuau jwiio f tobacco tnauy. 15. Ely and son have so much work xport carnage maker. Mrs. A. M. Broaddus residence hurn- n lona v at 10 o ciock. ouu mm cu uiny iew iiiiiit,.'-;. .u iiifeui.iiiuc. What you want is not tenporary r - iief from piles but a cure to stay cur ed, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles, and they stay sured. lm Stormes Drug Store. Tlio V1sso "Rlv h:ifi .1 nrpltv i .il r o:n Per. yville.... There is a great .1 . if LMr1.-iift:c ill flu. limrllhl lT'liruifl ,'htandday Miss Patrick is vis- mr the Misses Ramsey's.... Several in uui uui.i iiiicnuuu iiiuiiiii uu j' mi Vinw Simrlnv Mr. M"illpr. rif Tnvas. j", visiting the family or will Wallace Bro Eckels and wi...

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. — 6 July 1899
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. — 13 July 1899

i Wxt mttm Entered at the Pont Office in Lancaster. Ky., a Second Clats Matter.l NUMBER 14 LOUIS LANDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 13, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A tfEAR r I WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME. 1 Lexington CoBreatloB. A special telegram to Thk Record at 8:30 a. jr., 13th, states that there is nothing in the story that Taylor has a slate, and that he will be nomi nated, by 1,200, on first ballot, and llamsey will be nominated for Attor ney General. Born, to the wife of Silas Moss, on the 'Jth, a l)-pound girl. Silas is step ping as high as Robinson did. BBlldlBS Lou. If you want to buy a rfice Building Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres cheap. ' T. Cukuev. Owing to the rush of local items, early this week, we were forced to cut some of our excellent letters, for the want of space. "We hope that this will not occur again. "Wheat Wheat- Wheat. "We are in the market for 100,000 bushels of wheat, and will pay top prices for it, cash on delivery. Call and see u...

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. — 13 July 1899

THE COMPANY. THE WALING HOUSE IN LANCASTER, KY. LOGIN GOODS ( It is our desire to have as few goods as possible to move, so Our Entire Stock will be included In this Removal Sale. REMOVAL SALE! On October 1st, we will remove to the NEW BLOCK on the South-East side of the Square, which is being built on the old Opera House square, adjoining the Na tional Bank. The contractor has promised to complete this building for us by October 1st. Our method of LOW PRICES will Put Money in your Purse. COME NOW and get the benefits of this great Underprice Sale. To avoid moving Spring and Summer Goods, we are determined, if possible, to close out our entire stock before October 1st. Now, in order to do this, we know we will have to make Very Low Prices. We will not stop at Cost, but in many instances will go Below Cost, so in this Removal Sale you may expect to get some Real Bargains. Come early before the good things are picked up. Ladies Ready Made Dress Skirts and Waists. Linen Skirts worth 50...

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