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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 1 February 1900

l 1 OJ > 1 H Immense Line of Stationery JUST Arrived r iii > a0Dont forget tnat we are Headquarters for T Pyre Fresh Drugs 3 Cigars and s 1obaecos Toilet Articles Etc Prescriptions a Specialty Frisbies Pharmacy = New Hotel Building CENTRAL RECORD = THURSDAY February i Igo o i oeaooooeoeoooeoooooooeoooooootA 1 A OUT PEOPfcE lco N1o ooo MOOD II I 11 U DO II r 1 1f Miss Hallie Rice is visiting Miss Sal lie Lou Myers Miss Hattie Arnold is visiting rela tives near Buckeye Mr Hines os Somerset has been in this city for a few days Senator Geo Farris of Frankfort was here a few days first of the weeAl Mr Rodman of Frankfort has been Miss Christine Bradleys guest Miss Eugenia Bush has returned from a nleasant visit to Stanford 1 i Miss Mary Chestnut of Boyleis vis iting her sister Mrs John Woods Mr and Mrs Cherrie of Broadhead have been visiting Mrs J I Hamil ton MrSpureogn Sympson of Louisville is the guest of his brother Mr J H VI Sympson VIA few friends spent Tuesday evening ing ver...

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 February 1900

II ti F LOOK OUT We are once more on the war path with another whole string of Grand Low Bargains They wont last a Hundred Years so now is your time to lay in a supply while they are down tC 18 pounds Best Granulated Sugar tor si Fine California Prunes 5e pound Best Rice 4c pound 2 pounds best baking soda for 5 cents t Fresh Crackers 5 < j pound Fine Fruit Jelly 3c pound Just try abound It is Fine Lump Starch 3 pounds for JOe lOc bar Blackltid Soap for 5c Hominy per pound only lie Imported Maccaroni only 6 cents pound Fine Caramel Syrup only 20c per gallon cC + O 44 + O 2 Remember we ire the leagcst retailers of i First = CIass Groceries in the world and it will he to your benefit to be found daily 4 at our store joining with the many hundreds of wellpleased 7 customers Yours for Cash JJ BLUE BRASS GROCERY LANCASTER KENTUCKY 4 i G A Swinebroad sold to D G Ross 30 yearling heifers at 19 per head I A shorthorn steer weighing 3300 pounds was sold on the Louisville mar ket to a local...

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 February 1900

j f r I I a I r C t It > Ie ht tnltnl ttoth TENTH YEAR CLEntered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ait as Second Class MaUerNUMBEI 4 I LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON FEBRUARY 8 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I To tl I BUSINESS That is what weare here for How to get more of it Is the question with us We have found but one 1 tway That is by furnishing 4 1 the 4Very Best Goods At The A Yen Lowest Prices f By the Best Goods is not necessarily meant the hand somest or most expensive Its the moderate purses that make up the larger number of purchasers consequently r we aim to furnish the kind of goods that nine out of every ten the mass of the thej for and psople are looking 1at prices they are able to payMasterly Masterly efforts on our part have resulted splendid ly We could have floated with the tide paid more j and charged more for our goods but we prefer our oldfashioned way of keep ing prices down We began buying our Sprig and Sum mer stock last fall and we r succee...

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. — 8 February 1900

r I r Come Again rZs f c We are still on the war path with another loD g list of our wonderful low prices 1UCCCCCCCO 2 pounds best Coffee on earth for 25c Lion Coffee 2 packages for 21c Our best Flake Hominy 3c per pound Best California Prunes still going at 5c per pound Yukon Soap 4c cakes v 4 for 5 cents Mince Meat very best 2 lbs for I5c Ginger Snags very best 5c per pound 00oooooaooooo00000 BLUE GRASS GROCERY LANCASTER KENTUCKY CENTRAL RSOORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LAJiDRAAT Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YJiAP IN ADVANCElOO CitRUS SIX MONTHS THEEE 25 THURSDAY February S 1900 THE conduct of the politicians at Frankfort during the past few weeks has had the effect of knocking the bottom out of many business projects which would have been of untold val ue to the state We can sp nk from personal knowledge of one enterprise that would have been of the grcjftcst tL blessing central Kentucky could hop L j for and have heard of numerous other moves that have been cut short the projector...

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. — 8 February 1900

I 1 1 Immense Line of = < Stationery JUST Arrived 0 6 4e9 J Dont forget tnat W3 are Hsadctuarfcsrs for Pure Fresh Drugs H Cigars nd c + 1o b ace 5A Toilet Article3E Prescriptions Sph1 1 r Frisbies Pharmacy f j New Hotel Building j CENTRAL RECORD = P THURSDAY February S 1900 = r AIJOOT aaoaooaoooooooaooooaoooooaoooot people l ioO i ooaoo oooe oooooooaoooaaoaoaoooo goo 5 Miss Nora Sandidge is visiting Miss Pearl Ross on Stanford street Dr J South of Frankfort has been Miss Christine Bradleys guest Miss Allie Anderson is visiting h era sister Irs Browning in Lexington Mrs Jno E Stormes entertained a few friends at a musical last Thursday Miss Edna Scott of Mt Hebron is visiting Misses Lena and Jennie Eog ersr ehlion Hon W M Ray Garnirds repres entative returned to Frankfort Mon dayMiss r Miss Maud Miller of Irvine is ex pected this week to visit Miss Lizzie Brown H A B Marksbury has returned Dtlud from a business trip to Lexington and Cincinnati Miss Lena Rogers has been very sick f...

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. — 8 February 1900

i I 1 r w 1 J L Box 65 Bryantsville has a beautiful onefarm sell at a reduced price Any one wish ing to buy a nice horn 3 well located wcwould QVRobert jjreasy Gr A Swinebroad bought a lot of hogs from different parties at 3cts Senator Harris of Madison has had his cattle vaccinated to prevent black leg nrG King eight long yearling steers at 30 broper The Langshains says a poultry jour nal lay best in winter they give a goodly number of eggs and are excel lent table fowlsthe At a recent sale of PolandChinas at v Springfield Ill fortyone head aver aged G55 The live boers averaged S134GO and the thirtysix sows aver aged 5637 The report of the Internal Revenue Reveravs Commissionerjnade to Congress shows that 714742 pounds of oleomargarine wasshipped to Kentucky last year W S Philpot Albany Ga says DeWitts Little Early Risers did me more good than any pills I ever took toolin The famous little pills for constipation billiousness and liver and bowel troub les F P Frisbie 1m 3Fr R W McCr...

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. — 15 February 1900

o i t 4U i t OO p j t c en ttnl t of < t r TNTSYFsdg Entered at the Foal Office to Lancaster Ky as Second Clan Matter MalterNUMBBC 46 t LOUIS JbANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THUR PAY AFTENOON FEBRUARY 14 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR P fF To ctIr t a t BUSINESS J s BUS1ESThat That is what weare here for I I w How to get more of it I Is the question with uSon We have found but one J way That is by furnishing the I Ic c thei Very Best Goods floodsAt J At The s J Very Lowest Prices N R By the Best Goods is n Itwas t necessarily meant the hand f S somest or most expensive I Its the moderate purses that b it make up the larger number of purchasers consequently he we aim to furnish the kind h of goods that nine out ofought every ten the mass of the psople are looking for a ndThe at prices they are able I 0about tl r pay dede payMasterly de Masterly efforts on ourF m part have resulted splendid t1 lYeWe could have floated with the tide paid more p pti ti and charged more for o urtake goods but...

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. — 15 February 1900

ac a S f a 9 J 11 ter SICRIFICE SHLU The Rest Flour I sack and i pound of tip top Baking Soda 4gC Xjangdons Blue 3 pints for c o 120 TJneda Biscuit Vevy Popular 2 boxes gc Eagle Lye 3 big boxes for 0 I2C 0 Ginger Snaps melt in your mouth V v4c per lb Rolled Oats 3lbs for i > < IOC Armours Soup i can enough for 6 9cts Starch Unxld V 4cts per box Salt Cryatsline for table use 4cbox Gold Dust makes your clothes clean an d white 4C box Roast Beef Big Can Elegant 4cts gc bottle Olives fine and juicy9C Custard installeous all flavors delicious isc box Clothes pins 1 c Doz Eastern Indian Tomatoes whole 3 for 25c qtRoasted Yeast Maidens early riser 4C Cocoa Two cans for 2ic CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I myI ONE YWAB IN ADVANCBlOO Six MONTHS 30 I THREE 25 THURSDAY Februaiyr4 19 ° ° PAINT LICK Wheat is looking well in this local ity There is talk of another store being opened here soon There will be a tyrge crop of tobac co put in this year Mr...

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. — 15 February 1900

J 7 I t 1 gsaaspfig 0 L LJj Jj 1 S k 1i A Full Line o1Our in Detail is If r stock Every you have not already done Paints Oils Lead Carriage now Complete and Fresh We so come and add your name jpaints Barn Paints and Wer Paintsj st arrived which we that much atten are attracting uc have the most choice and up Guarantee as best on market tion at very Low Prices todate stock in Central Ky j rot WE KAVE E SI ROSS NANCY OILET IOlp 11 DIFFERENT W ARIETIES i ALL TO BE SOLD AT 5CT3 A CAKE New Hotel BIdg F P FRISBi E LaCaStecyJ I j J jJIGrf 1I r rtJ tlftfff CENTRALI RECORD iTHURSDAY February 14 1900 r 1 AIJOUT people Lc ooooo wsoooooo t ooooo0ooooobaoaooooo0 Miss Lewis of Stanford is the guest of Miss Pearl Philips Elder George Gowen is visiting friends in this county Capt W J Kinnaird the insurance man is here this week George Smith was in Cincinnati several days this week Mr Sam Haselden and wife visited icholasville this week Mr Harry Allen of Danville was a visitor in this city Sunday Mi...

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 February 1900

I c r 0 3 RUNNING 80RE ON 1IIS ANKLE Iff whichUI uUrefuse to heal under ordinary treat Cnffcrmrr Drnmnflu Cured ment soon become chronic and deep dUUC ing PI UilijJliy bill dU VUI J UIIILJI JVUI Jseated andare are a SUre sin that the therjfi are drain the a severe upon system and are con stantly sapping away the vitality In every case the poison must be eliminated from the blood and no amount of external treatment can have any effect There is no uncertainty about the merits of S S S every claim made for it is backed up strongly by convincing eZ5 testimony of those who have been cured by it X Sjw ± and know of its virtues by experience Mr L J Clark of Orange Courthouse Va writes For six years I had al stinate running ulcer on my ankle which at times caused me intense suffering I was BO disabled for a long while that I was wholly unfit for fibut but did me no good I then tried various blood remedies without the least benefit S S S was so highly recom mended that I concluded to try it ...

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 February 1900

i 5 r L J S hg 4 t4i TENTH YEAR Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Sy > as Second Class Matter p1UMBEP 47 r nrrrti r A TrD A lf n lahor T A Nf A CTFR KY TATTRSnAY AFTENOON FEBRUARY 22 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Prices that Taik O N Wagon Breeching BreechingCollars Collars flames Trace Chains Bridles Check lines Collar Pads W e have a large stock And they go CHEAP j Harness and Saddles Cheaper IST Than any place in the state I J B Iaseldell J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets 1I4I1I LOCAL TIMETABLES Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 10 ea Northbnd Mixed 335 p > Northbnd Passgr 252 A > South bnd ° i 1229 A i eeooweooveeo a 4eeeeeeweeeeeeoeeeoe eeaeea eeaeeai I IiANCASTER AND VICINITy v ovv w vv 7 Lovely laces at Joseph Opera Glassesfor rent at C Thom P sons Nice line of crackers and fruits at WYB Balls Red Ash Blu gem and B is n t I coal for cash cheap J C Moss252tf The ladies should see our pretty Pla...

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 February 1900

T r i y r We are Here to Stay Our Store is Headquarter for Low Prices 59 LARGE STORES TO SUPPLY 59 59Vith v Vith lots of Boodle To back us in doing this grand work for the peo pIe Some scaredup competitors will tell you that we are a trust I f so its the first trust that has ever benefitted the masses of the people Now in order to prove to you that we do not mean to overcharge you on other goods in order to make up for this great sacrifice We qnote a few of our every day prices below 38 pounds best granulated sugar 100 Best 3 pound can tomatoes per can OSc Best sugar corn on earth ° 8c Finest bulk coffee anywhere for tlC money roasted by us twice a week ISclb Best rice just think per pound 5c 4 big cakes or finelaundry soap 5c Fresh ginger snaps and crackers per pound i 7c Why should you pay lOc per pound at other stores we have some at less a Best starch per pound 3 to oc Soda 2 pounds for n 5c Dont pay 5e for 1 ppund as you have been Potatoes burbanks per bushel DOc Best cove oyst...

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 February 1900

J I S i or 1 l I J J = 6 1i 3TTENTSONI 3TTENTSONI Tobacco t a Cigars and tobaccos are one of our specialties The most discriminating ° smokers can find what I they want here Look down the following list and see what we have I La Superba eo eo 25C rarg rite I5C I Brunswich I5C Margunte 2 toY 25C i Country Club IOC SMOKING TOBACCO 1 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY February 22 1900 r oopoooo004000oooooaoooaoooooootR0UT 1 AIJOUT people Looo 00000o000Q 0000000000300000000x0 Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford has been Miss Eugenia Bushs guest V Miss Sue Sutton of Marksbury is visiting her sister Mrs Ben Hughes Mrs D M Lackey has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Mrs Hackney of Louisville is vis itingher mother Mrs Fox on Dan ville street Miss Maggie Tomlinson has return ed from a very pleasant visit to Stan ford friends Miss Dove Letcher of Richmond came down yesterday to see her cousin Will Owsley Fred Frisbie has been confined to his bed with a severe cold lIe is re ported better Joh...

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 February 1900

vI f U I NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CURED I s i SiIs a Great Blessing to feebleness Age does and not ill health mean and nearly all of the sickness among Old People It Gives Them people older people are can very he susceptible avoided MoSt to elderly dlneaa but it is wholly unnecessary By keep UnUi m rl nnrl I ifo ing their blood pure they can fortify themselves New Blood and Llfeing as to escape three fourths of the ailment from which they suffer so generally S S S is the remedy which will keep their systems young by purifying the blood thoroughly removing all waste accumulations and impart ing new strength and life to the whole body It increases the appetite builds up the energies and sends new life giving blood throughout the entire system Mrs Sarah Pike 477 Broadway South Boston writes U I am seventy years old and had not enjoyed good health for twenty years I was sick in different ways and in 11addition had Eczema terribly on one of my legs The 11 doctor said that on account of my age...

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 March 1900

ww + r It I n c < t < turn ttoth TENTH YEAR Entered at the poe Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Chut Matter NUMB C 48 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSOA Y AFTENOOJ 11 IARCH 1 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR P OKMMMMCQ I ANCAST6R AND VICINITy eeaweoowoaw 1 1II u LOU OM4J To Our Subscriber We will take it as a personal favor it you will make prompt report to this oaice if you tail to receive your copy of THE RECORD each issue You pay us for it and we pay a pretty stiff I price for delivering it so it is justice thatK some one be called to books if you do not get your paper Please report any failure and probably by our en deavors with the assistance of Uncle Sam we can have the wrong righted If you fail to get the paper make a note of the issue missed and send to t usCamille Camille tonight See W 3 Romans ne line of harness ness before you b4i 7 Our stock of Venetian Cloth is ele gant Call and examine J Joseph L Handsomest line of Laces eVer on r display in Central Kentucky at J...

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 March 1900

o > i r 10 J 300 BUSHELS fancy Eastern Potatoes at 65c a Bushel I Com 2 and get asupply They wont stay with us long We also offer the greatest One dollar a a of Household Necessities ever offered In the history of this County Here YOU are Dont worry about how we can afford it Just come along and get one We will sell One Hun dred It only costs a dollar and the regular price is One Dollar and Seventy Cents Here you are v oooooaoooaoooosooooo000oooooaooooo000000000 1 pound French Breakfast Coffee now worth 15c 1 can of Liptons Ceylon Tea worth 25c c5c 1 pound of Golden Glory Starch worth 5c 1 package DeLands Cap Sheaf Baking Soda worth 5c 1 package Instantaneous Custard worth 10c 1 package Crystal ine Table Salt worth 5c 1 box Aunt Dinahs Blue worth5c 1 package Washing Gas worth5c 1 can Frazers Axle Grease worth 10s 1 pkg 1 X L Gloss Starch worth5c 1 can Climax Stove Polish worth 10c 1 bottle Climax Shoe Polish worth15c 1 bar of Wool Soap worth5c 1 bar Black Kid Tar Soap worth 10c 1...

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 March 1900

GgfiI9 XA U V c t l 1 I f I11i fo rt In STATIONERY i I A A We LEA nir 1 Jb I I 5 p Never has there been such an assortment displayed here at these remarkably low prices We have all the new shades and shapes from lOc to 100 per box Come and look our stock 01 se = tt llP = I over we feel confident that you will be more than pleased 1toc S SI The New and UpToDate Drug Store I l New Hotel Bldg P F FRISBIELan caster Ky m CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MARCH i I900 r oopooooo00000000oooooaoaooo R OUT people OO 1 Lau ooJ 00000 au OOOO DO 0 aooooo000 Miss Sallie Elkin is at home a ain from Cincinnati Art School Judge J C Hemphill has returned from a visit to New Orleans Mr Sam Joseph the clever commer cial tourist was here this week Miss Eva Grant of Danville has been visiting relatives in this city James Beazley and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty girl baby Col Dan Collier is at home from Frankfort on account of a severe cold John Sam Owsley attended the fu neral of his cousin Wil...

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 March 1900

I r a r r J ijRYGffOj 1t Ianville K Y C SPRING Dress Goods a o We are now receiving by every train new ReadyMade Dress es Dress Goods Silks Wash Goods and all the numerous arti cles which compose a modern Dry Goods Stock Each and every item has been bought as cheap as cash can buy them and you can be sure that now as in the past our prices will beP the lowest Prosperity is here in every branch of industry We expel our share and have bought the largest Spring Stock we have ever had Come and see us as soon and as often as you can Tailor Suits We are now showing about 50 different styles bailor made suits ranging in price from 900 to 3000 Every one is made by men tailors in very best manner and will hold their shape We call special attention to our line of black suits They will be very popular for all ages this eason Dress Goods About forty new pieces of plain and fancy black Dress Goods from 35C to 400 yd New dress cloths is pastel colors from 125 to 200 Then novelty dress fabrics in ...

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 March 1900

j 1 r hg IJ tnltnt toth r v 0 to T N7H YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clots MatterFHB NUMB r 49 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON MARCH 8 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR eeeoes eeeeesaeep > eoeesooeeeoeeoeoeooooooee so oseeoeeeeoeeeeoooee ee r fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy l Poultry Nattiil Ail Heights Lot us t Pficer > Now is the time to Build your Fences Dont Wait J R Haseldeu J A Beazley Co s Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets I Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights Of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iligg Knights are fraternally invit e ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINE BROAD KR S ooooaooo ooMOeoaaooaoo Proctor Knott cigars are best Clover and Timothy seed cheap at T Curreys y CurreysLarge Large lines of plain an Jncy silks at J Josephs I New stock of fancy tissue papers for decoration at tissuetaper For Sale Corn oats at1CSi StB JI B NORTHCOTT I Have ...

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. — 8 March 1900

M r win 1 ooooooooo OOQ OILY THE BESTII ococccccOOOCCCcoooooococooococcooco oooOCCc OfOOOO H Seed Oats s OatsSeed IClover SeedI Seed I Timothy r I II I Wh eadily1 Wholesale prices on Clover Seed are advancing steadily but we bought a car before the raise and are still retailing it at wholesale prices tat pricesi IBln Gra Groc ry COil OOOOOC OOOOO c CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY fouls LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TERMS ONE YFAB IN ADVANCE1 o lONE MONTHS 50 THSM 25 THURSDAY MARCH S 1900 REPRESENTATIVE FITZGERALD ofI Massachusetts has introduced a bill in the National House limiting the charges on sleeping cars to fifty cents per hundred miles and so on This looks like Mr Fitzgerald is prett hard up for something to introduce Its true the price of a berth in a sleep er is a little high but no reasonable man can expect to have such elegant accommodations at a low price If the price is any lower the berths can be used by the ragtag and bobtail ele ment and a firstclass bed will be...

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