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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 21 June 1900

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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. — 21 June 1900

ANCER fhne was vnen cancer wasconsulered incurable as leprosy Physieiatis and friends could give little relief or encouragement to SIICr INCURABLE one affiic ted with this terrible uiheasc Even now doctors know 01 no remedy for this fearful malady while admitting it to fci a blood disease they still insist that there is no hope outside ofa a surgical operation and advise you to have the Cancer outlhut sore another willcome its place for the disease is in the bloodis deepseated and destructive and beyond the reach of the knife come in caustic fleshdestroying plasters The blood must be purified and strengthened the system relieved of all surgeons or poisonous effete matter before the Cancer sore will heal S S S is the only medicine that can overcome this powerful and contaminating poison and force it out of the blood It builds up and invigorates the old and supplies new rich lifegiving blood S S S is a purely vegetable mineralctn the blood system and make a safe and permanent cure 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. — 28 June 1900

I < lti t k 4 t ii ir7 t Oiff I CN M y it i S er ttF t Enlered at the Pm Office in Lancaster Ky a8 Second elms latter L 4 Al111 Air Pnb1tsher LANClS1EH IY TI IURS DAY JUNE 28 1900 w i F ITEVS ready for the in July and ancft 1 effe IeheIl ammer Corsets J The best value you ever saw at 35 and 50 u cents Summr Underwear tt Lades Vests at 5 1 P 57z r 35 arid f50cts Gents GentBalbrt Balbniian Shirts at 25 and 50cts Ladies Drq p Stitch Lisle hose thJ > r l arks Nice assortment of fans at 5 10 15 f 2O 25v35 5075 and q 1 00 v Parasols showingnice a nice line of Parasols and Umbrellas all grades and prices See Our Linen > White Piques atfirst 10 12i 15 20 25 2kiii Oxfords and Slippers r Some special bar gains in Ladies S and Childrens Slip pers See our line and learn our prices be ceo f ore you buy foreYNews News for Men 1 See our line of Soft Bosom Shirts at 51 75 and 100 You will pronounce them the i best values you ever saw at the price pricet Try a suit of our Feather Weight Un ...

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. — 28 June 1900

2iid J fro ries worthy t Comj and ncr 1OF SOUP jR 5 CENTS ikes 5 plains of soup II jv Ann JUF will e try of this slaughter FINE EXTRACTS VANILLA FLAVOR lie A BOTTLE ORN STARCH uy in the world Is your gain and our loss r 3ic A PACKAGE ikies At 4cA Dozen d per Package 4 cents iiids Of Salsoda For 5c + You Co well to get 31 bs for 5c at any other store YOURS FOR BUSINESS t tie Grass Grocery Phone 83 T E ISMITH Mgr CENTRAL RECORD I I THURSDAY JUNE 28 1900 EVERY WECK BY LOUIS LAN DRAM Publisher LANCASTER KEXTUCKY ONE YER is ADVANCEfl oe 1 TKK iIZMoNTHB THBEE 1 lily TlClurcs appears a sketch of Bryan by the well known Kans s journalist William Allen While author of Hbu Ie Stories This is the first of a series of pen por t raits of political celebrities by a wri ter particularly well qualified to write of both their public and private life The article contains a shrewd esti mate of Bryan s political career and throws much light on the cause of his populprity DOWN at Ilopkinsville an infuri...

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. — 28 June 1900

ft > filillifiP For THE THIRSTY PUF 3 wCold Sparkling Refrehing i CJ ar da Za ads he OO OC O OO OC OO OC i WB use only Pure fruit juices and Best nf Cream i r FR I I m BIES PHARlfI rc C W 8 31 i tut nt nt nt nt III rut tit nl III Ill IIr111I111111lll 1ll111Il111111111llllllllll lllllllllllUlllltllllllllllllllJllllllllllllllillllllllllJ fUJj1U1UUUUHUJUlUAUnuululuUlUAUlUlUHHUAUlUAUJ6bH iUlU UAUAUAUlUHUUAUtHUAUIUJUUtUJUJUJUlUAUJUAU4UAUJU UJU UAhlUAUJUJU UAUAHJHJUJUHUH1H1HHlHi HI JH lH JH Ill HI Ill III III III III III I CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNE zS 1900 4 oeosaaoooaaaaoo oaooraaosooooooc 1 f POUT PEOPbG 1 5 LoO oJ 00660 t OoOQ > 0 W 400040fio 0 d0 4034 + 4 060 f Miss Rclla Arnold is visiting relati yes in Stanford 1 Mr Charles Walker gave a raspber ry tea Monday evening FrenL dt Tiick Springs to recuperate Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained a few friends at dinner Monday eve ringAliss Miss Olivia Sweeney isat home from a visit to her aunt Mrs Jones of Win chester K Misses Martha a...

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. — 28 June 1900

L r r of lOOD POISON ctive of all diseases as it vitiates and corrupts the entire sstem ttle red pimples on the body mouth and throat become sore the urcd splotches appear and hair and eyebrows fallout These are crease in severity finally attacking the vital organs the body is Bred with offensive eating sores iijhlv contagious that aif innocent person handling the same articles sonic disease may be inoculated with the virus It can be transmitted the same disease or in a modified form like Eczema or Scrofula kin trouble appearing in middle life is due And traceable to blood u may have taken potash and mercury faithfully for two or three years nou vro not for these poisonous minerals never cure this disease they f f dainj its work on the inside and will show up again sooner or later is he s tie old taint but it is S S S hcured thousands of cases of and it will cure you It is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known I c lor this poison S S S cleanses the blood thoroughly every pa...

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. — 5 July 1900

1 x 1 S J1j jr c ELVGi TB I E itt fatterr HatterNUJrB NUJrB R 13 T OUILANDRAlf PublisherLANCASTER TV r I y Publisherj LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 5 1900I ONE DOLLAR A YEAR NOTWEATHER WEATHER WEATHERITEMS T ITEMS I Get ready for the hot days in July and August they will soon be here hereSUlllnler rt I I I Suininer Corsets The best value you ever saw at 35 and 5day centsSnnimer Snnimer Underwear s Ladies Vests at 5 s7k 10 1 2i 15 2 5She 35 and 50cts Gents Balbrigan Shirts at 25 and 50cts Ladies 4 Drop Stitch Lisle ho Seed 25 35 and 50cts R Failsgot Nice assortment of fans at5 10 15 s20 25 35 5075 and FOO 19trl I v We are showing a nice line of Parasols and Umbrellas all 4 grades and prices t See Our Linen r White Piques aten f > 10 12i 15 20 25 35 and 50cts J C1r 1 Sa f ItSome special bar t gains in Ladies Misses and Childrens Slip pers See our line and learn our prices nde v fore you buy r BTews for Men See our line of Soft 1 5IL 0t IL 75 and 100 You w illThe pronounce them theil a...

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. — 5 July 1900

f CENTRAL R EGGED = THURSDAY JULY 5 190 0 T EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAr Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY = ONE xAfii AUANClClOO 0 TEPMB < Six MOUTHS M TBSZEr a 25 = ExGOY JAMES B McCiiEAKY has written a letter to friends at Danville saving that he does not think he ought to be a candidate for Governor but intimates that he would not de cline a nomination if offered The overnor is one of the best posted men in the state and would make a model executive We asked a leading demo crat for whom his party in this coun ty were for governor and he said they would be for McCrcary first last and all the time if his name were placed before the convention but if he were not suggested they would support Black = THE Kentucky editors are having their spadetail coats pressed a new crease put in their jeans trousers and the only shirt washed at a steam laun dry preparatory to attending the Press Association which nicety the latter part of this month in Louisville An extended trip will be taken thro th...

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. — 5 July 1900

I tl > h l f t 4 ic THURSDAY JULY 5 1900 oooooaooooo000oooooaooooo00 cootS 1 R B OUT people x iOHIOOOt 00000001 osoooeooosx oooeaaooodaooodaooo t John M Lear went to Cincinnati Sunday Miss Georgia West is expected to visit Miss Kate Simpson Mrs Banks Hudson is in Lexington visiting her mother Mrs Kennedy vIsitingMrs Mrs L F Hubble Lexington street Mrs O H Irvine is at Marcellis visiting her friend Miss Lizzie Mariti buryMiss Miss Alberta Anderson is in Lex J ington visiting her cousins Misses Embry Mr Louis Doty anl bride of Stan ford have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Duty Mis nL Jennings has recover edton from her recent illness sufficiently 0u return to Paint Lick W C Wherritt of the L C N of fices in New Orleans will arrive this week to visit his parents Mrs G S Gaines and two daugh fters have been visiting Danville relatives Mr Willie Walker wife and pretty a Patsy Duncan of McCreary were timeHiss guests of M r Marshall Eason and fam ily Sunday Mr and Mrs CharlesW Frisb...

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. — 5 July 1900

a 4d f U Skin Diseases When the excretory organs fail to carry off the waste material from the system there is an abnor mal acidThis This poison is carried through the general circulation to all parts of the body and upon reaching the skin surface there is a redness and eruption and by certain peculiarities we recognize Eczema Tetter Acne Salt Rheum Psoriasis and manother > Erysipelas andiiany other skin troubles more or less severe White the skin is the seat of irritation the real tlease is in the blood Medicated lotions and powders may allay the itching and burning but never cure no matter how long and faithfully continued and the condition is often aggravated and skin permanently injured by their use Tile disease is more than skin deep iftc entire circulation is poisoned digestionand and break down the constitution s S S S natures own remedy made of roots herbs and barks of great purifying and tonical properties quickly and andeffectually secretionsS S S S cures permanently be...

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. — 12 July 1900

I 1 2 ht tntttt I S t t 1c teor 4 J KUVKXTH Y1IAK Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt as Second Class Matter i NUMBER 13 1rnl7t LANDRAMTublisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 12 + 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR weeeaeoeeeaeeooeoeeeeeeweeeeeoeeaeeeooaa weeeaeoeeeaeeooeoeeeeeeweeeeeoeeaeeeooaaUANCASTEZ UANCASTEZ AND VICINITy aO aaa OLoaO COOOOOOO oaaoaoooo w i parlorC Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper buyI Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat orstore same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON o I If you owe me please call and settle i r your account I need the moneyY J T CURREY v D All members of the Parmelee Traveling eling Library having books in their possession will please return them at w once to Frisbies Drug Store A gang of negroes hang about the depot all night and annoy those going to the trains The vagrant law could be put into effect here with glorious JFloral i Floral Hall at the Lexington HorseShow Show Fair and Carnival will contain more things of b...

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. — 12 July 1900

CENTRAL RECORD = THURSDAY JULY ia ig 0 o = E XBT WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TUXiONE = ONEY = > K IN jDTjNCflOO iOOSWMOKTHB 50THBM = THE Democratic National Col yen Lion nominated Mr Bryan of Nebraska ka < for president and AdlaL teen presideiThe lt The platform like that adopted by the republicans is as lung as a fell ropeand I talnS bout asmany points intended to catch votes The leaders of the twto great parties spend many sleepless higlits pondering over bait with which to catch the votes Six months after Neither Js elected it wouldbe almost impossible to find la leader that could name halfadozen I of the planks ju he platfrU1upoD which his ticket was elected WOULDUE JnfideTscry Sirooti elf gion into the Philipinos and Boxers Whensuch hypocrits feel the pang of death creeping upon them they will wish some one would shoot at tiiSu with a cannon loaded with scripture but thejr hues will then be too tough to penetrate It is the nature ufl nauand to striv...

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. — 12 July 1900

CENTRAL CCORI5 THURSDAY JULY 12 1900 oo4d44ooo0040004000440000o4o44t r oo4d44ooo0040004000440000o4o44tR 1 1iooE iooEoc oJ 0004000444ao4ooao444o444444440Mrs Mrs John Leavell is very ill at this writing Mr ITaydcn Leavell visited in Lower Gnrrard Sunday Miss Georgie West of Ilarrodsburg is visiting Miss Katie Simpson Miss Susie Yantis of Stanford is the guest of Miss Annie Yantis Miss Pearl PhihpShasreturned from N a visit to her home folk in Stanford Mrs Williams of Casey county is visiting Mrs Fuller on Danville street Dr Black and wife of Knoxville Tenn have been Mrs ET Arnolds guests Little Miss Barnes Doty of Lexinj rton is visiting her aunt Miss Lena Bright Hon R C Warren and wife were over from Stanford Sunday visiting relatives Little Cora and Ada Wesley have returned froma visit to relatives near MiddleburgMiss Miss Ann 13ettisof Lowell is spend lug a few days with relatives in this city and vicinity Mrs Juliet Rogers and son Joseph accompanied Miss Jennie Duncan to Stanford ...

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 July 1900

sores and Ulcers forfive five or ten years maybe longer doesnt heal because you are not using the proper treat ment but are trying to cure it with salves and washes While these are soothing and relieve pain to some extent ho real permanent good can come from their use because the disease is in the bloodand Jar beyond the reach of external applications A sore heals promptly when the blood is in goon condition but wvu if it is diseased The tendency of these old sores and ulcers is to grow worse spreading and eating deeper into the flesh They are a constant drain upon the system gradually but surely ruin the health and sap the life lifeA A persons capacity for work or pleasure is soon lost in the great desire and search for something to cure S S S makes a rapid and permanent cure of old sores and ulcers and is the only medicine that does because no other can reach deepseated blood troubles Ordinary and Sarsaparilla mixtures potash res mixturesare are too weak and watery to overcome a d...

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 July 1900

I I 3 y j I a he enltn etoth Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter NUMB I 1 u KIVIJNT1I YKAK LOUIS LANDRAM PublisherR KY THURSDAY JULY 19 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR oao o000ao0oO oooooroooooooaooooo000000oooooao ooaoaoaooaoaooaoaooot oo r l r fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy < I Ao AAAAAA o oocccccoo < oooooooo 000000000 rr Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Drop a card to W R Letcher sec retary and receive a catalogue of the great Richmond fair If you are in need of furniture go to 1 A Beazley where you can get the best goods for the least money i Lexington Elks have invite lion Teddy Roosevelt to make a speech during their big Fair Teddy would draw like a gurus plaster Lost Gold horse shoe pin At either Opera House or Mason Hotel on night of Contest Return to this ofliee and receive reward rewardflap Hay Press I will run my hay press again this season Have your hay baled now before bad weather sets in...

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 July 1900

rr I I fcKNT RAL RECORD THUf 1Z lSD lY JULY IQ igoo EVERY WEEK BY ZoVIR LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YSAB IN ADVANCBlOO 100TERMS 60THREE THREE 25 CLAKENCE WOODS in addition to being one of the cleverest fellows on this footstool is a hustler from Ilust tv lersville He has undertaken to show the Richmond people that the city should own the waterworks and is now issuing a paper devoted entirely to that question lie has labeled it the Agitator and its columns are jammed full of matter as hot as one of Waltons political editorials which is putting it pretty strong thank you If he carries his point we want to borrow him from the Registers owners and bring him down here to talk rail road We have exhausted our vocabulary bulary in an attempt to get the Gar rard people to take hold of that rail road and push it to a successful end but we are sorry to say that our words ran off like water from the back of a duck Come down dear boy and lend a hand A HKGULAU business carried on in ...

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 July 1900

L r CENTRAL RECOEJD J THURSDAY JULY 19 1900 r 01A3001 iOO AIJOUT PE01I el OO aooooooe kaoa oodaoaoo oooa4ooo 000 Mrs Sam Salter is in Danville visit yisitinJ Miss Allie Arnold is in Xicholasvillc visiting relatives Mrs Tucker of Nashville has been visiting Mrs Joseph Faulconer Miss Christine Bradley leaves to morrow to visit friends in Frankfort Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford was here visiting Miss Jennie cnnie Bum sideMrs Mrs Elizabeth Denny has returned returnedfrom 1 from a visit to Mrs Boland of Point lointllurnside liurnside liurnsideLeslie Leslie D Herndon is here from Virginia in which state he is engaged cngagedin cngagedr r in business Mr R D Ballard has been visiting his daughter Mrs J T Leavell on Stanford street Mr J C Thompson spent a few days with his daughter Mrs R L Jen nings at Paint Lick John and Edward Norris of Fran tkclay fort are visiting their aunt Mrs Geo Farris and uncle Ed Morris Mrs Emma Iliatt of Lexington and little daughter Margaret are guests of Mrs E...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 19 July 1900

4 2 BOILS ARBUNCLES J Thes unwelcome visitors usually appear in the spring or summer when the blood is making an extra effort to free i itself from the many impurities that have accumulated during the winter months i HOW FAL August I r You J find crrSr i J thing am c l 4 4Y4 BI Pond o fea r r ipoo13 14 15 1611 18cI900 < 30000 7 IElIUIs s y 30000 Live Stock Trotting Pacing Running Hale Races Free ttxactloris THE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND I = 85Fine Lads direct from Hungary in Doily Concerts35 I t TIE VEINH FAMILY I i GMEMBERS6 AerVJsts Siftem Carbuncles which ire more painful and dangerous come most frequently on the back of the neck eating great holes in the flesh exhaust the strength and often prove fatal Boils are regarded by some people as blessings and they patiently and uncomplainingly endure the pain and inconvenience under the mistaken idea that their health is being benefitted that their blood is too thick anyway and this is Natures plan of thinning it The blood is not...

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 July 1900

R F 7 he tutrn ttof w KLVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lanccuter Ky as Second Class bfnierNUMBER NUMBER I C LOUIS LANDRA f Publish r lJANCASTER Iry THURSDAY JULY 26 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 440080000000000a0000000000400008000404000840444f4 P400 0400G0466P449o0 r ccl fcANCASTGR AND VICBHTy L l 00000 c 0 0 lJ C 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 000 0 eeeeeeeeaoooa4ogoo0ob4oo444oa44444444 o 4ao44oo00 i Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor Buy Banner Bread fresh every day at Blue Grass Grocery For all kind of r iUjJTg of Buggy > Phcaton etc go tof onns Carriage shopd d shopIf If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazlcys where you can gel the best goods for the least money See our hot weather clothing serge coats and vests crash suits at low prices LOGAN C ROBINSON On Monday a large crowd of people I were seen rushing in the grocery store of Gaines C Ball to take advantage df I their low price on goods Court Hay About half the average crowd was in town Monday and no great amount of business wa...

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 July 1900

I I 1 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JULY 26 igqo EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LAN DRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YEiB IN DVANCBl00 TKIiMS 3 Six MONTHS SO THREE 25 15RYANTSVILLE Miss Minnie Calvert who has been spending the summer here with rela tives has gone to Wilmore to attend the camp meetingquite a number will attend from here Elder Wal den of Lancaster will till the pulpiti at Pleasant Grove Sunday Elder Allen the regular pastor will preach in Stanford next Sunday Mrs Ma ry Anderson begun her school atllick man last Monday Mrs Marie and Florence Dunn spent Saturday and Sunday in Jessamine visiting rela tives Miss Mamie Parris is the guest of the Misses King Mr and Mrs Wolfolk and little daughter of Lexington are the guests of her fa fay ther J W HoganMis Holloway spent Monday with her sister Mrs Dr Armstrong also Mrs Clint Armstrong of Junction CityRoy Arnold of Danville visited his parents Sunday Mr Wm Clark visited the family of Henry Burdett Sunday MARKSBOKY MrsSallieFoxJiad an unu...

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