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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 12 April 1900

I I CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY APRIL xa 1900 oo aa aoooaaaoooo oooaoooaooooat r r JLoo ASCOT RE0iiaw l vOP00oo0P > ID000800bb4404604b000OOOP Misses Lou and Lily Grant were in inDanville Danville the past week Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned returnedfrom from a visit to Danville friends Miss Ella Barker of Danville visit ed Mrs Win Berkele Saturday Miss Allie Anderson gave a cinch i 1party Tuesday eveningipa few friends Miss Annie Noel of Danville at tended the millinery opening Satur Saturday day dayMiss Miss Bettie Powell of ITustonville is the guest of Miss Mattie Thump 4 son Brown C gar of Nicholasville was here yesterday mingling with old friends Miss Christine Bradley is in Frank fort visiting her friend Miss Mary llarrDldle Col W S Fergurson was in town this week The boys are always glad to see Ferg Mr Fred P Frisbie was ill several days this week but is now on foot and andback Randolph Harris spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris W J Browning wif...

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. — 12 April 1900

1 I r A Mothers hope crI i thatwhen her I little ones are born they will be vigor I Her healthy ous hopes and I will be fully realized jf she wia prepare herself during pregnancyA with MOTHERS FRIEHD 1 theA widelyknown external liniment Awhich only paves the way for easy de livery but insures strength andA vigor to the newbornA Sold by Drurelsta for fill n bottlo 8ni r r to llliiitruM WV 1IOTUERS FKIEXD TBS BRADJTELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Go i The Navy Department will place in commission April 15 under the com mand of Capt Chester the battle ship Kentucky This vcsssl is a sister ship to the Kearsarge and the pair have been pronounced by naval ex perts to be the most effective fighting craft afloat Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine in the ci V ilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart f...

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. — 19 April 1900

r V he tnltul tt or A ELENTII LE11I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster K1I as Second Class Matter MatterNUJrBEJ rIIUIISlJr t1Y AFT NOON APRIL 19 1900T r I j Our Line Of Dress Goods And Wash Fabrics Is unsurpassed in beauty te and quality The pretty de signs and exquisite color ings have not been equaled by any previous showing and the prices is very rea sonable sonableSEE SEE THAT THIS r teeslti Illlh l TRADE MARK IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOE 1 Art Jn Shoemaking I Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are of the best F makes and upto date styles Ask to see our Queen Quo Shoes ity and Princes Perfection I ShoesWe to We are showing complete v line of Mens and Boys cloth ii in We can please a custou mer in Style Fit and Prices n l la ElegallcetJ Eleganceami tl ami Strength t rl are hapily combined in ourand line of Mens and Boys Shoes s n This shoe satisfies the fastid p ious taste of the man of be isbefore ure and fills all ref ulre I ments of the workman Welaughing believe there is n...

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. — 19 April 1900

1 r You of Course 5 N Want to buy where you can do the best and that is quite right As we are the largest Retailers of Groceries in the world we are thus enable to give these grand bargains to the people for the next week ooooooooooooooooco c cocoo em Caramel Drip S ruP3c per gallon French Breakfast Coffee < I26C pound Our Head Light Coal Oil I I Jfc gallon Our Fire Proof Coal Oil I 3C gallon Our Best Rice 5C pound Vhite Fish 3C pound a Gallon good family Vinegar x I2C Gallon All other goods just as cheap Our Garden Flower and Field Seeds are cheap as dirt SeYours Yours for the people Blue Grass Grocery T E SMITH Manager CENTRAL RECORD = EVERY WEEK BV LOUIS LANDRAif Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY = I ONE Yl > B IN ADVANCJlOO I TERMS Six MONTHS THBEE II 25 I THURSDAY APRIL 19 r9 n 01 = veTILE Journal changed hands wcel before last but on account of the miserable mail connections between miserableI there we did not receive a copy until Monday morning Mr Ceph Camp o bell as his old...

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. — 19 April 1900

1 j CENTRAL RECORD I THURSDAY APRIL 19 ifoo oa4o aooo woooooaoaooocaaso sc > ro i R OUT Peoibeg L J 04 0064 Miss Eula Totten of Stanford is 1 + visiting Miss Nell Ray R II Batson has returned from the city where he bought spring goods Mrs AT Y Fuller and littleson Kirby arc visiting relatives in Casey A few friends were entertained by Miss Julia Mae Gaines ritlay evening Mrs Jane Jennings of Paint Lick is visiting her sister Mrs J M Petty Mr Louis Ray is improving very fast under treatment by the Magnetic healingMesdaules Mesdames Mattie Frisbie and IX M Lackey have been spending a few days n Danville I DanvilleMr Mr Tom Browning wife and chil I dren returned to their home in Lex i lj i jgton Sunday f Richmond Register A tlorneyTom linson of Lancaster attended Circuit Court this week Miss Mollie F Smith has gone into 1R II Batson store to clerk through the spring trade Mrs Banks Hudson and Miss Euge nia Fissinger have been visiting friends in Lexington l Mrs Elizabeth Mason is at...

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. — 19 April 1900

a r i BRADFBELDS t FEMALE REGULATOR REGULATORj < 9 is for womens diseases and irregu larities It cures everything that is t commonly called a female trouble < i It acts directly upon all the distinctly < I feminine organs of generation driv f ing out weakness anti imparting strength stopping unnatural drains < C and regulating the monthly flow y in every instance It makes sickly J and weakly women strong and well < again 1 a bottle at drug stores 4 II Send for a free book about itt I The Bradfield RegulalorCQAtlantn Ga TheBradfieldReaulatorBoAtlantaGaGram Gram Wanted Either by buu dry or by month tf G A Swinebroad W II Walker bought of Siler C Co a gelding for 860 J C Siler G Co sold to Garrard par ties two cows and calves at 8750 J C Siler C Co bought a nice geld ing of Garrard parties for 0250 Best cattle sold in Danville Monday at Sets Good cattle could have been sold at iii J C Siler C Co sold to Mississippi parties three combined saddle geldings ings at from 8G0 ...

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. — 26 April 1900

r Fn ii c H ittnttn = f f trofh EL EXTII YEUl Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster by as Second Class 3fatterVUMBE VUMBE I I LOUrS T Ai YEARr Our Line Of Dre s Goods toodFahric And Wash Fabrics Is unsurpassed in beauty and quality The pretty de signs and exquisite color ings have not been equaled by any previous showing and the prices is very rea sonable sonableSEE SEE THAT THIS 1leGIl ll rhll s too TRAD MARK IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOE Art in inI Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are of the best makes and uptodate styles Ask to see our Queen Qua Y ity and Princes Perfection Shoes ShoesWe We are showing complete line of Men and Boys clothing ing We can please a customer mer in Style Fit and Prices or 1 l 1 I Elegance Eleganceami ami Strength are hapily combined in our line of Mens and Boys Shoes This shoe satisfies the fastid ious taste of the man of leis ure and fills all renuire ments of the workman We believe there is no better shoe made at the price we offer them I The TheLog...

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. — 26 April 1900

5 XT7 7 w V a c You of Course l Want to buy where you can do the best and that is quite right As we are the largest Retailers of Groceries in the world we are thus enabled to give these grand weekb OO oooccaCODooaO DCOOOOOo oooooeaOC4 Imperial Flour J48C Our Best Patent Flour 53C Granulated Sugar 19 pounds 100 Our Head Light Coal Oil nl2c gallon Our Fire Proof Coal Oil 130 gallon Our Best Rice 5c pound White Fish oC pound a Gallon good family Vinegar 12C Gallon All other goods just as cheap Our Garden Flower and Field Seeds are cheap as dirt Yours for the people Blue Grass Grocery 3 Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr CENTRAL RECORD = EVERY WEEK BY ZO17XS LANDRAiT Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY 1100TERMS TERMS < SIX MONTHS 60 60JTHBKB = THURSDAY APRIL 26 190 0 = PAINT LICK H L Jennings is out again after a brief illness Several of our farmers have finished planting corn J W Mullen sold a mare to Letcher Wcaren at 52 There is some complaint al mt the tobacco beds not doing well Mr Lafe Brown had...

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. — 26 April 1900

J CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY APRIl 26 1900 1THURSDAY oti0000000000040 Go44000o40t N r A 300T PEOPhG 1 LOO OOSOOO006P10004404d00ood030654P4 ooo Miss Mary Gill is at home from Ox ford Ohio I Joe Waters and Ed Walton were on t hand Monday Miss Sallie Lou Myers is in Dan ville visiting relatives Prof Mit Elliott has been in town with friends this week Mr John Baughman and wife have been visiting Danville relatives James Crow Dillon left Saturday for Cincinnati to visit his sister Misses Lillie Noel and Annie Austin visited in Danville first of the week Mr Louis West of Covington is visiting his mother Mrs Jennie West Attorney G B Swinebroad has been in Knoxville this week on legal busi ICSS ICSSCapt Capt Win Berkelc of Frankfort spent Sunday with his wife and daughter daughterMrs Tannerr of McKinney were in this city Friday shoppingt Mrs A II Rice returned Tuesday from a visit to Knoxville and Chatta nooga Tenn Master James Duncan of NIcholas yule is visiting his sister Mrs Sam uel Ilaseld...

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. — 26 April 1900

W I Mother and Babe tNONE ONE but a mother knows the I pains anguish and dread that a I woman endures before and during = childbirth And still nearly all this s if J 1childbirth i I fering is unnecessary ThefaitJ1u1uscof I MOTHERS Thefaitttfuluseofh1 f X will in great measure overcome every 7 distressing symptom and labor itself will I I 1not I not be a very serious ordeal Remember J f that MOTHERS FRIEND is an cx f 1tema11iniment f J 1 1 ternal liniment that softens and relaxes 5 the muscles and is not a dangerous I compound of opiates to swallow Ask 1 i your druggist for it or send price J to ITHE BRADTKLD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga i i Send for our free illustrated Z Zbook LAuuu Grams Wanted Either by boundry or by month tf G A Swinebroad Burton C Roberts sold to Easter 4 31o lb cattle at 4cts Jot Hill sold to Roberts 1 518 Ib heifer at Sets He bought from Holtz claw one 525 lb heifer at same price Siler C Co sold to Curtz 13 0132 Ib cattle at Ii cts Hays sold to Hill 12 head 3478 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. — 3 May 1900

tentrnl E ttIOr 4 = 1 ELVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster lIoas Second Class MatlerNmrnEI 5 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON MAY 3 1900 OXE DOLLAR A YEAR awweoeeO aewoeooeweeooeeaoweeooooeeoooeeweooeeeeeoeooeesg r 3 fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy f Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor Handsomest line of curtains in the city at Josephs R L Jennings Co will pay lOcts a pound for country meat Beautiful line Lace CnrtainsShades and Poles at R L Jennings Co r For Sale Corn oats and salt saltH H B NOBTHCOTT I I You should see the Walkover shoes for men the best 8350 shoes in the world Logan Robinson Remember the entertainment to be given by the pretty Nicholasville society girls at the Opera House Fri day night the 11 1LLost Lot At dance given at Mason hotel Fri day night a handsome crescent set with pearls Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning same to THE RECORD office The Equitable Life Insurance Co las a big ad in this issue showing its standing co...

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. — 3 May 1900

jI r SPECIAL NO2 ForWesk BeginingMondayMayT00 e FRENCH BREAKFAST COFFEE AT lie PER LB The regular price is 14c and its worth 20c at any other store FINEST CALIFORNIA BAftTLET PEAES Put up in heavy syrup A 20c can for 9c ANOTHER STUNNER HEAD AND WONDER NICE EVAPORATED APPLES At 4c a Pound You never bought em for less than 8 I 3 anywhere YOURS FOR CASH Blue Grass Grocery 5 Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LO illS LANDKA3T Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YFJIB IN ADVANCB100 TERMS Six MONTHS fiI THBBK 2 > THURSDAY MAY 3 19 ° ° During thc past week every land owner with one or two exceptions has signed an agreement as to his damages by reason of the Southcrn passing over his land TheyshavW been exceedingly reasonable in their demands and those hustling for the road are doubly encouraged thereby Those making up the money have met with good success and arc pushing the work right along This is a ma t ter where every uuul Oman and child in Garrard county is interested ...

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. — 3 May 1900

P I f 1 l c + + i r 7 ra rr s 1 I I SPRING i CJ A Y T G n LoL 6J AI NOW IS TAE TIME PAINTS OIL VARNISHES HUSHES A II IL C HAM VARNISHEShHUSHES I 1 OUSPOGES ET CI 1 Dont forget the Place FRISBIES PHARMACY Corner Richmond Street and Public Square Lancaster I I Try us and be Convinced < Our prices are Right CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MAY 3 1900 000000000 > oooaaaoooodaotrtrooococ rto 1 i ROUT people oJ r o0ooocooo0aooooooo00aoooaoaod00dooot o0ooocooo0aooooooo00aoooaoaod00doootRichard Richard Ryan the contractor was I here Sunday 1 Mrs Wm George is visiting her pa rents in Bristol Tenn f i Mrs Samuel ITasclden is visiting her parents in Nieholusvillc lion R H Tomlinson has returned I from a business trip to the west Misses Kate and Grace Kinnaird I visited friends in Danville yesterday Miss Altic Marksbury was the hos tess to the cinch club Friday evening Mrs Jack Venetta and children of i Danville are guests of M r Isaac Myers Mrs Alice Lusk of Huston ville has 7 been visiting Lanca...

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. — 3 May 1900

i t cora Insure Your Life In t d Ljw The STRONGEST in the WORLD > I Dilday Powell General Mgrs Equitable Bldg Louisville J E Robinson Agt Lancaster Ky Gross Surplus of the Eight Leading life Insurance Companies Company Surplus 1 Equitable 60439067 2 Mutual 50132549 3 New York 41435483 4 NOrthWeStern 26927081acemm acemm I a t pronts 5 Continental Mutual 9313045 6 > Etna 6123520 7 Mutual Benefit 5625693 S Penn Mutual 5314429 Figures from Pocket Index issued by Spec itor C1000 Outstanding Assurance of the Eight Leading Life Insurance Corttoanies Company Amount 1 Equitable Commenced business 1859 1 Q544 6422 2 MutUal Commenced business 1812 1 > 51 247540 3 NeW York Commenced business 113 1 < 6 1 9QJ 1 985 4 Northwestern Commenced business 1857 497606125 5 Conn MutualCommenced business 1846 1 0432486 6 y Etna Commenced business 1850 168449790 7 Mutual Benefit Commenced businesses 2627 2473 8 Penn Mutual Commenced business 1M7 185528746 Figures from Pocket Index issued by Spec...

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. — 10 May 1900

t a t tt iotb f 1 EIVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt ascond Class MaleerNU ZVB3TBJ5K O r nrrr r A1mu a U 1fehe I A NlA CTFR KY TTTTTRSDA Y AF TFNOO N MAY 1O190P ONE DOLLAR A YEAR yseeeeeeoo oeeoowooOwseoeeeeeeoeooweeeoo ooeeeeeeoeoeooooowoeeoeeeeeeo ANCAST6R AND VICINITy E 14 14Pulley Pulley belts at Joseph Visit Jos Nickluss shaving parlor 150 to Cincinnati and return Sun laySee See J A Beazleys line of wall pa per before buying R L Jennings C Co will pay bets a pound for country meat Beautiful line Lace CurtainsSbades and Poles at R L Jennings C Co The local hits will be a feature at the Womans Congress tomorrow night Call and see our pretty Carpets and battings Prices very low R L Jennings C Co The icholasville Mandolin Club will play at the Opera House tomor row Friday night No Preaching Sunday As Her J C Massee will be away next Sunday there will be no services at the Baptist church Just Received A car load of Paris manufactured ice Telephone your order II...

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. — 10 May 1900

it ° v F i It Requires Nerve and Lots of Money To offer such sacrifices SP1ECiALNO3 FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY MAY 14th 1900 PURE LEAF LARD aI The cost of lard has advanced 30 per cent of late and youll do well to take advantage of this low price GOOD WHITE VINEGAR at 5c a GALLON f No nerve needed upon your part to scoop in a few gallons at this price Only a little common sense PURE MAPLE SYRUP 7 CENTS For a J pint bottle Its fine as silk and worth 15 cents anywhere Pickles fancy SpicedSweet or Sour Whole or MixedA 10 and I2C bottle for 7 cents YOURS FOR CASHI Blue Grass Grocery I Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YFAB IN lDVlNCBI00 TEEMS Six MONTHS SO THREE 25 THURSDAY MAY TO 1900 PAINT LICK J W Mullen bought a milk cow of Win Tevis for 850 Ben Gay has had sevcil cattle to die from eating clover Mr Jones father of Mrs Jess Led ford is a very sick man Pleas Murray lism a horse bitten by a mad dog a few days ago 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. — 10 May 1900

r r 7 r SpRING e LEA N ING = I SOW 1 S THE TIME c PAINTS OIL VARNISHES BRUSHES AM 011 A CHAM t 01s SPONGES ETC s Dont forget the Place FRISBIES PHARMACY Corner Richmond Street and Public Square Lancaster r I Try us and be Convinced TOur prices are Right1J YGJ Ii CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MAY IO 1900 o aooooo00000000000oooooaooo toot 4 r 1 I AIJOUT people l ooJ 0o soatoooe ooooo000oooooaoowaao Mrs George T Farris is in Lincoln visiting her sister Mr Best Mrs Marshall Eason is quite ill at her home on Richmond street Mrs D M Lack ey has about re covered from her recent illness Little Aim i Berkele who pass been quite ill is very much improved Mr Fred Frisbie is home again after a several weeks stay in Louisville I Miss Eugenia Fissinger was the hos tess at a cinch party Friday evening Mrs J C Robinson and Mrs Mat tie Frisbie have been visiting in Dan ville villeMrs Mrs Bettie Landram returned from a visit to Richmond relatives this week Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson have taken rooms at Mrs Ki...

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. — 10 May 1900

WICER J C Siler Co shipped twelve horses to Memphis Tenn Tuesday to be sold there American mutton will not compete with English successfully unlessv use roots Pure water and salt in which is mixed oneiifth bulk ofwooda ashes should be constantly before the lambs The large juicy mutton lamb free from lubber is in demand for ex port trade at long prices and wool is booming Ohio Farmer J C Siler attended Richmond court and reports heifers at 4 to 4i cows 3 to 4cts steers from 4c to 5 ctsO At the dispersion sale of the Fair b view herd at Chicago 112 Hereford cattle averaged 68941 Dale the champion bull brought 7500 tlld tlli biggest price ever paid for a Ilerfforcn bull in the United States at either private or public sale Dale was bred and raised by Mr Graves who sold him in his sale at Kansas Gjfty two years ago for 1000 to a Mr Nave Theresa S2SJIG calved in iS brought a3OO yoo 700When When the liver fails to secrete bile the blood becomes loaded with bilious properties the digestion...

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. — 17 May 1900

a i T J 1 t j he tntrnlttof x t LA ell VIC A It Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class DfaUeri i pJIBl LOUIS LAtfDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KYT1 DOLLAR A YEAR + oacpoaoooosooroaaaooaocaoooooaooooo0oooooc aoaoooooo ioooooaora4a r 1 fcANCASTGR AND VICINITY L o IIOlo oocoe e toe eeenraeaaeeaeeaa eal + eaoao6ooo40004 3oo0iW L p Decorate your homes Handsome China silks at Joseph t Seed corn on the ear Banks Jim son 419 Black silk and cotton crepons In all figures at Josephs sj Summer shoes and slippers in great variety at Josephs y 2Dr Goldstein will be at the Garrard Hotel Thursday May 17th tf TilE RKCOIID is in ten cents on hay ing the Parkfence whitewashed We can save you moiieyon harness WJ ROMANS All kinds of silks for fancy workantt rings and linen floss for 1ttenbcrg at Josephs About twentylive persons took ad vantage of the cheap rate to Cincin nati Sunday Everybody is painting their houses for G A n Dont fall behind the pro cession but give your dwelling fresh ...

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. — 17 May 1900

s 1 1 rtt tV h = SPECIAL NO4 L k FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY MAY 21st 1900 BEST TOMATOES AT 6 12 Cts a CAN A Fine Imperial Tea Worth 6Qc Go at 35c a lb Its just what you want for Ice Tea FINEST EVAPORATED APPLES 7c PER PACKAGE f They are Strictly Fine and Worth ro Cents Anywhere 2 POUNDS OF BEST STARCH FOR 5 CENTS I LOOK OUT FOR OUR SPECIAL NO5 ITLL BE A STUNNER YOUR FRIEND Blue Grass Grocery Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LAX DRAM Publisher f LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YEIR IN ADVANCE100 tERMS SIT MONTHS M THEM 25 THURSDAY MAY 17 1900 u AND now comes the report that in case the Supreme Court deckles in fcij vor of Beckhaip the republicans wi nominate exGo Bradley to nisiUe the race this fall We heard GovIJmd icy say that he almost worked hil self to death while wearing the exe Itie harness that it cost him vast y amount of money over and aUove the salary and that he would r her maul mils than have to go through with it again But if he sees that his party ne...

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