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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 17 May 1900

CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MAY 17 igoo LOOM4 r poooo44040o4oo4ao44444o4oooao4t OUT people l 00 ao4ooooa oooo004444044444444aoooo < Senator George Farris is spending the week at home Miss Warner of McCrcary is visit ing Mrs Win West Miss Ileadley of Lexington is vis iting Mrs Fannie Farra Miss Myers of Crab Orchard is the guest of Mrs Walter Beazlcy Mr Banks Hudson and wife have been visiting relatives in Lexington Mrs Durham of Middleburg is visiting her daughter Mrs 1 S Wes Icy leyMrs Mrs W C McFarland and Mrs W G Dunlap left Saturday for Lexing ton Squire Kinnaird and wife have gone t r Altamont Ky to visit Mrs Win L Lock LockDr Dr South of Frankfort has been r Miss Christine Bradley guest for a few days Mrs Mamie Thompson of Lexing ton is visiting her mother Mrs Fan nie Farra Miss Ella Dunn who has been vis iting relatives here has returned to Bro head BrodhcadMrs Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta is the charming guest of her sister Miss ten nie Duncan Mr Brown Buford and wife of r Nichol...

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. — 17 May 1900

leav 110 for BLOOD POISON In some cases the external signs of Contagious Blood Poison are so slight that the victim is firmly within the grasp of the monster before the true nature of the disease is known In other cases the blood is quickly filled with this poisonous virus and the swollen glands mucus patches in the mouth sores on scalp ulcers on tongue sore doubt sorethroat these L 1011 v1 1LU room JUL UUUUL as LLLGaI are all unmistak blc figns of COlltagius Blood I ris Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison These poisonous min erals bac never into tIie vet made a comnlete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison They drive the disease f ° t I s j = s THE YOUNG are not spared the torture of 1 Decaying and Aching Teeth I Their future years can be with or I witboutpaIn A little expertattention I now the removal of bad teethdirccting teethdirectthe the growth of perfect onesstrengtheii c Ing the gumsthese are the things t the dentist can do 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. — 23 May 1900

H w ri r rrxn ew < I w trI I gT1ntrt troth ELVENTII YEtf Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster KU as Second Class Matter NUMBER LOUIS LAN DRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MAY 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR TBE L O UBi A < 1 DBY SmJ CO c1r1r I I J I iIPAjl II I I j I 1P ifl ffTH1S iflJJ J i 1d t FOLLOW i r i OURi r f lAD i 1 l ft L I I i n r Sf1 ooooceao Q oacoaaa oaor o aoooa garacsoaaaaaaoc oaaaoao t o C = fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy g = J toooooeoo oneooaooc aoosa xaooaaocasa oacoooa aoooco eoa aoo caoaa w Look out for pickpockets See Haseldcn for rooting and gutter lugr lugAll All kinds of fresh vegetables at T Curnys I Sneak thieves are becoming numer ous Load the gun Finc Irish table linen at reduced prices at Josephs Our Drugs are as good as our Soda 3t FKISIIIES DRUG STOKE Some strictly new cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 4Ht The Marshal is keeping up the dog j daughter Let the good work pro eed eedBare Have your lawn mowers shears sewing machines xc sha...

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. — 23 May 1900

t SP13CIALNO 5 FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY Mir 28th 1900 16 100J FINEST IC per Ib You know they sell at roc a pound anywhere in town CANNED APPLES AT 7 cents A CAN They are as fine as silk Regular price roc FINEST LAYER FIGS AT 7cts a POUND Did you ever make any of that delicious White House Fig Pudding t Of course not for its something newjust out and all the rage for uptodate dinners We have the original receipe for making this elegant dish and you can have one FREE by calling at our store YOUR FRIEND Blue Grass Grocery I Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr CENTRAL RECORD I WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 I900I I KVEET WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRA3T Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE I F R IN DVACBI00 TERMS SIX MONTHS 50 THBKE 25 RICHMOND as well as some other to vns suffers from windy reporters to oc the daily press If a pig crosses the streets of our pretty neighboring city it is telegraphed with hot haste to the dailies And as the u hiana Democrat says when the Jtpor ers run out of material they jsit Gen Cas...

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. — 23 May 1900

CENTRAL RECORD WEDNESDAY MAY 23 190ev f i aaaaoaooaoosoaaooooooaoaaooacocpi A OUT PGOPbe J L 1 ooo ooooooboooooasaaoaogoaoooao 40Qt Jliss Ilallie Rice is visiting MiJ 1Sa11ie Lou Myersb Mrs Wm PrieiJ of Danville is vis FrisbieI Miss Tillie Arnold of ICirksville is theguestof her aunt Miss Lucy Ar nold noldMrs Mrs W II Grubbs and little son nin Eugene have gone to Ilarrodsburgde dereside resideMrs Mrs Elizabeth Morgan of Lincoln county is visiting her daughter Mrs k Dr Acton Misses Tennie and Marie Weanen j of Stanford are visiting Miss Chris tine Bradley Messrs W J and McKee Kinnaird of Middlesboro are expected this week to visit relatives 4 Misses Heniplnll and Mycr CE RiuhokisviHe are guests of Judge Ilcmphill and wife Mrs R C Tankerslcy and son Eugene of Silver Creek are visiting lelatives in this city Miss Lizzie Hudson who has bee ° t attending school at Stanton Va Isfo foat Mrs James Royston and daughter Miss Mable of Junction City are vis iting relatives in this city IMis Ada...

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. — 23 May 1900

t i t RUfUMATISM Is due to an acid poison wihich gains access to the blood through failure of the proper organs to carry off anti 1 keep the system clearof all morbid effete matter Thus poison srJhcnt G A Swinebroad has 100 head good quality young steers for sale Jf you want heavy milkers breed yom cows to Tonnage of Filston Farm no iili3 Terms 200 to be paid at time of service Lancuister Dairy 2t Aster suffering from severe dyspep sia over twelve years and using many remedies without permanent good I finally tool Kodol Dyspepsia Care ° It did me so much good I recommended it to everyone writes 1 E Watkins Clerk and Recorder Chillicothe l 1 It digests what you eat F P Frisbie Pharmacy PharmacyAre Arc you interested in the Light Harness Horse If so you want the Kentucky Stock Farm It is tla leading authority on all matters pcc taming to the brecling raising and training of the trotter and pacert is published at Lexington the Hub of the Horse Universe For ninety days we are enabled to...

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. — 31 May 1900

c i F I J J 2 r r h t ntn i trot Go XLVKNTK YKAK Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ay a Second Clats Halter NUMBEr 9 OUIS LA1iDRAlI Publisher LANCASTBR KY TIlITRSDAY AFTBRN00 IA Y 31 190 l ONE DOLLAR A YEAR TBB t Iublt ublt D HC J1 x r GOODS F CO I srs I TllE c I iI j I lt I I J PACE I f I tt S f LJ f UTH ERS t e rUllUW m dv r G is U soto U t1 toda n dasi ny lADI sihe < he r Y I 04paooooroso I r 3 IRNCASTE AND VICINITy l ooaaoaoooodoaoooooaoooooooocboaoooopooooo0J oabaooaooooadoooaoooaaoaoro ooaaoaoooodoaoooooaoooooooocboaoooopooooo0 Visit Joe Tficklass shaving parlor i Red Ash Bluegem and Brilliant coal for cash cheap J C Moss 2lhtf Recent rains have put vegetation to growing with a vim It has also greatly encouraged the weeds x i Go to K W Morrow graduate op tician at Mcftoberts Drug Store forT spectacles Eyes treated KUEE at store or your homes t The eclipse of the sun was plainly visible here and many stood with out stretched necks and smoked glass viewing the sights Ta...

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. — 31 May 1900

SPECIAL No6 FOR THE WEEK I BEGINNING MONDAY 7 JUNE 4 1900 Elmores Rio Coffee at lOcts a Pound i I Makes a fine Cup of Strong Coffee and knocks package coffee sky high 3 Ibs best Bulk Soda for 5cts FINEST PRESERVES at 5cts pound All Flavors Its cheap at lOc a pound 2 LAMP CHIMNEYS FOR 5cts EITHER SI EXo 1 or No 2 Remember These bargains represent job bers first cost and are good for One Week Only YOURS TRULY Blue Grass Grocery Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr CENTRAL RECORD = THURSDAY MAY 31 igoo = EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAAT Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YB > K IN ADVANCE tat5t tOOtERrS THEEE 25 THE credentials of TjF S Black bum have been present B as Senator from Kentucky It Lthe source of much gratification toXis many friends and admirers to see him returned to the Senate Senatev W S Taylor says he will not decide as to whether he will run for governor this fall until after the republican na tional convention If there has to be an election we are in favor of a new deal all round THK...

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. — 31 May 1900

3CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MAY 31 igoo 0 oaaoooooooaooaoeoooaoooaooooet > r 1 ASCOT people iOO oooaooaooeooaoo4aooooJ oopoo oooa oooaooaooeooaoo4aoooofo I Miss Allie Arnold will visit Louis ville this week Will Dunn of Texas has been visit ing Lancaster relatives I Mr Alex Doty and family arc visit ing friends in Louisville Miss Inona Douglass of Versaill es 1s visiting friends in this city L Miss Lizzie Brown is in Louisville attending the Confederate reunion Mrs George McRoberts of Stan I ford spent several days at home this l week weekMiss Miss Georgia Ray of Fort Smith > Arkansas is visiting her uncle at f1Buckeye Mr W II Face I31r of Norfolk is ex pectcd this week to visit his friend i FrisbieE Miss Mary Sandifer a charming young lady of Covington is the guest of Mrs John M Logan y Misses Minnie Dunn of Paint Lick and Bessie Turley of Richmond are itguests of Miss Amy Davidson Mrs Lou Baderand brotherCharlie of Cincinnati returned home Monday after a visit to their cousin M...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 31 May 1900

CATARRH t G A Swinebroad has 100 head good quality young steers for sale California will raise 125000000 pounds of prunes this rear For Sale 70 3 Rock Crusher W J DeBaun Perry ville Ky 313t The demand for old highback ma hogany chairs with claw feet is now largeRoasted Roasted grasshoppers are still es teemed a great delicacy by the natives of Morocco MoroccoIf If you want heavy milkers breed you cows to Tonnage of Filston Farm no fiTHS Terms 6200 to be paid at time of service Lancaster Dairy 2t Over one billion feet of 10 w r e cut in the pine forests of MmnesoTa during the season just cl cd The industry in the State emjoys about sixteen thousand J line chances in tents your kid neys that need at tonkin if you dont feel well Foleys Kil Hey Cure makes healthy kidneys and will make you well C C C J 33 Stories laThe idas orange crop for the sason of WOO and 1101 at 1000000 boxes The av er lge price for the coming season is approximated at 62 per box on the treesli T Q Hood Justice of ...

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. — 7 June 1900

r t he tnttaltt or fr L x KtVfiVriI VKVK Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Secqnd Class MaUerNUMBEI J NUMBEI 10 e LOUD L4 STDIZ TL I KY THURSDA JUNE 7 1900 ONE DOLLAR AYEAR A tooaaooooooosoo3 ooecadoosaao oooooo o oooaaaacaaaoceooe oooooooo acoo r 3 bRNCIAST R AND VICINITY < L a a ooo 1esaa eaeee eaaaeoelaoe aa vvv T Auction at SSvccn ys Saturday Visit Joe Xieklass shaving parlor The readymade unlerwcar atJo splf is selling ra lt Wanted 10000 pounds Af butter lIi Bn Uorthcotl NorthcuttGo Go to E W Morrow graduate op tician at McRoberts DrugStbre for spectacles Eyes tested if JKE at store or your homes Tomato IMaiitN Twelve different varieties now ready for sale at 15 cts dozen 2 dozen for 25 cts Call on Joe and Louis Burnside Danville street tf Strawberry and Ie Oream Supper There will be a strawberry and ice cream supper at Fairview church next Friday night the 8th Supper 25cts No charge for a good time Everybody invited 1111111 tirr Uoluutle Prof Clay Greens orchest...

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. — 7 June 1900

w V SPECIAL o7 FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY JUNE 11 1900 fiNEST NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES At 25 cents a Gallon You pay 40 mid 50 cents for the very same article elsewhere 10 Ibs GOOD SALT FOR 5 cts LIPTONS FANCY BLENDED TE A At 130 a 1 = 4 lb Box Known all over the World as the best and sold by all other stores at 100 a pound Try a box youll like it Our regular price is 20c a box YOURS FOR BARGAINS Blue Grass Grocery Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNE 7 1900 EVERY WEEK BY TOUIS LAXDRAX Publisher reLANCASTER J ONE YEAR IN ADYANCE CKRMB i Six MONTHS 00o f THREE TT 3IAKKS the hearts of all Y stuck ians swell with pHtle over e royal manner in which Louisville > ntcrtain eil the Confederate veterans They never do things by halves in the Falls City and if the people of the state would only fall in behind the Louis ville band wagon and catch step to the strains of that new in Kentucky march Progress we would soon be far ahead of our northern sister states in commercial and ...

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. — 7 June 1900

i i CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNE 7 1900 1 oa4o4soooa44op4y44ooooo4oaoo44c rli1300T PEOi bG 1 00 ooa noooQ OO oooaooooo aoo oaooa Mrs Fox is in Louisville visiting relatives relativesMiss Miss Hughes of Stanford has been visiting Miss Mae 7 Hughes Mr Ben Slaughter of Winchester Tennessee is visiting Mr G S Gamer Mr A C Cooke of Plattsburg Mo is visiting relatives in this neighbor hood Messrs Robert Salter and Vernon Tlichardson of Danville were Lancas ter visitors Sunday Miss Kittie Masun will leave short ly for IlSllsboro Ohio to visit her sis ter Mrs Henry Faulconcr Mrs Ransom nee Miss Mary Spil manof Taysville will visit her friend Miss Kate Kinnaird this weak Miss Anna Fish Gover a charming young lady of Stanford is visiting Miss Sallie B Ray at Buckeye this week 1 Herbert Kinnaird is in Middles boro this week representing the Ilas ellen Filter which invention is meet ing with a great sale Little Robert West and Mrs T II Campbell and baby of Washington D C are expected this week ...

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. — 7 June 1900

ECZEII ar j 1 A < At This most aggravating and tormenting ofall skin diseases is caused by an acid condition of the mood and unless relieved through certain instrumentalities too much of this acid poison reaches the skin and it becomes red and inflamed The itching and burning ure almost unbearable especially when overheated from any cause The skin seems on fire sleep or rest is impassible the desperate suflVrer regardless of consequences scratches until strength is exhausted This burning itching humor appears sometimes in little pustules discharging sticky fluid which forms crusts and scales Again the skin is dry hard and fissured itches intensely bleeds and scabs over This is a painful and stubborn form of the disease While Eczema Tetter Erysipelas Silt Rheum and many like troubles are spoken of as diseases of the skin they arc really blood diseases because TsSEtftg GAM 2iW EXTERNAL iiffnS cJiT90 tJ WiTHQT AH INTERNAL JJTCH6JSO If the blood is in a pure healthy condition no pois...

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. — 14 June 1900

r 1 1i yr i nt l tJUTb I KLVKXTII YI2VU Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Mailer NUJfBEI 1 1 z TOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JUNE 11 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I r o4a 4oooo0ooo3 aeoaooooo000oooooaooooooaoaooaaooooooadoooooooossoyo nri fcANCAST6R AND VICINITyr T1 1W xaooaooo aooao ooaaoaooooaooaooooooti ooooooaoaoooooas M otooaoi iooooodow W s r Visit Toe Niklass shaving parlor Take your watches clocks anl j l eery for repair to J G1 Thompson S Prompt attention and satisfaction I given at Duncans Hotel Barber Shop 4 Shupi Geo Smith sent two more colored b iy > to Ilockcastlc Springs yesterday to wait upon the tables This makes eight buys from this place working i there thereTown Town Lot in ItryaiitNvillc for Sale Will sell privately two lots with h orn myself at IJryantsville for particulars C tf IAS HILLS Ntlee to rnXltCrH Come in and pay your taxes at once LS wc are preparing to advertise delin quents and same will be done in a few f days 1...

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. — 14 June 1900

f I SPECIAL No8 A PERFECT SHOWER OF BARGAINS FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY JUNE 18y 1900 t A Congress Washboard a Daisy at lOots 2 Cans of Star Lye for 5 cts I BestKeystoneBall Bluelc box You know that the price is Sets anywhere Nice fresh Ginger Snaps at 4 12 cts a pound They are all right and just as good as these others ask roc a Ib for Patent Mop Handles 5c each I So handy to use any piece of cloth or sackand good for years And Here Comes a Stunner 7 Packages of that Fine Bell Starch for 25 cts I Its the kind that puts the Chinamans Gloss on your laundry Try it YOURS IN THE LEAD Blue Qmss Grocery 9 Phone 83 fT E SMITH Mgr m v I CENTRAL JTRCORT THURSDAY JUNE 14 19001 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YB > B IN ADVANCE JJOO TEES lONE MONTHS 50 THREE 25 PAINT LICK M T Ledford sold to Fish Co one pair mules for 175 Palmer S Murray are prizing tobac co at their warehouse here Guy Rice Ixjught a nice mare from Monk Rice for his livery stable Sam Campbell is w...

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. — 14 June 1900

CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNE 14 1900 i I900i 0 0 0 0 0 000 C 0 0 0000000 ceo oo 408t roc 1 R OUT RBOPhG I j 00000 + 0004 040600000400b0684p00 I 4 Dr IT M Giant is in the mountains > n a fishing trip Mrs J W Sweeney is in Cynthiana visiting relatives YisitcdLlI1cutcr Lancaster friends this week County Clerk Duncan is enjoying a fishing trip at Rockcastle Springs Miss Amanda Anderson has return ed from a pleasant visit to the coun try Miss Alice Walker has returned home from lamiltoi College Lexing t m tjnMiss Miss Burns of Selma Ala is the attractive guest of Miss Julia Mae Gaines Mr Tom Bush has joined his wife and child for a visit to his father Dr W N Bush Mrs Jesse Walden gave a dinner Tuesday evening in honor of lrJ JI Walden and bride Miss Georgia Henry has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Tillie Arnold at Cartersville IL A n Marksbury and George D Robinson were inliranlfOltselillg on 1 the United States grand jury hisses Norma Stone and Stella Broaddus visited friends...

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. — 14 June 1900

S fLiROFULA Iu matjy respects Scrofula and Consumption are alike 1 they develop from the same gen eral causes both are hereditary and dependent upon an impure and illl povislied blood supply In consumption the disease fastens itself upon Hailstorms destroyed large areas of wheat in Kansas For SalcXo 3 Rock Crusher W J DcRuiin Perryvillc Ky 3I3i YoB Jarvis has a good stock P llangus sale June Utf J t Is better to have a workshop at home to patronize on rainy days than loafing places at the nearest town Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the Jives of thousands of croupy children Ic is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough Foro sale by R E McRobcrts lyr Nancy Hanks 204 was delivered of her fourth foal It is a fine bay col t by Arion 207 and has been named Admiral Dewey Small in size and great in sult lrc S DeWitts Little Early Ris s the fl mous little pills that clef se the live and bowels They do lH gripe F P Frisbee J 1m When bran or sIll s get into the hands of stock 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. — 21 June 1900

yr i Tr y a 4 t c l J > i a RIJ J en t at s TT a i 118 111 F Itcred at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky all Second Class Matter rTJMIi Id JOUIs LANDRA1I1ut11s11er LANCASTER i Y TIrURSDJtY JUNE 21 19OO ONE DOLLAR A YEAR T HOT TI I iEKflffhl 4 n 61FE i n a Get ready for the hot days in July and August they will soon be here hereSnUl111er > Summer Corsets The best value you ever saw at 35 and 50 r cents 3 centsSummer 3u Summer Under wear Ladies Vests at 5 s 7i 10 12i 15 25 35 and 50cts Gents Balbrigan Shirts at 25 Ladiest Drop Stitch Lisle hose 50ctsk t n Fans i Nice assortment of fans at 51015 r 2025355075 and 100 ParasolsF We are showing a nice line of Parasols and Umbrellas all grades and prices See Our Linen White Piques at 10 12i 152025 35 and 50cts r Oxfords t and Slipper Some special bar gains in Ladies Misses and Childrens Slip pers See our line and learn our prices be fore you buy News for Men See our line of Soft Bosom Shirts at 50 + 75 and 100 You will pronounce them th...

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. — 21 June 1900

P b If Its Bargains that you seek K t Note our Specials for this week SPECIAL N 09 VEER BEGIJiNING TUNE 5 Finest Haw York Cream Cheese 12 12clb Our regular price is 18c and it sells at 20c a lb any where else Fresh Crackers at 4 l2c a lb A He box of that floe Cffstalioe Salt for 5 cents 2 5a Inxss ol thai lira Cfitalina Salt far 5 C Its the only Salt fit to go on your table put up in dirt tight cartons and never touched by human hands On Saturday 30th we will have an abundance of ICE COLD LEMONADE served Free of Charge to our Patrons Yours for a Hustle Blue Grass Grocery Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNE 2 r 1900 = EVEn WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAV Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY r ONE YFAB IN ADVANCE l p TERMS < THEEE Six MONTHS 2J 5 PAINT LICK A large crowd from her spent Mon day at Slate Springs J V Logan of Eielnnoiul has taken charge of the pouring mills at this place placeMisses Misses Lackey entertained their neicc Miss Mattic Shumate of Mis souri at a six oclock d...

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