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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 26 July 1900

r c Y r CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JULY 26 1900 r Root oo O ooooo0000ooooaoooaoooo9oooot JL 0oecoaoooa ocoooooooooooooooo Gen D R Collier is at home for a few days Mrs Wm Bcrkele visited Danville friends this week Miss Louise Farris has returned from a visit to Jellico Miss Fannie Parks attended the Chautauqua from Paint Lick Miss Mary Tuinic of Danville is visitingjier brother Mr W Tuinie Miss Mary Thompson is visiting Miss Annie Yantis at her country home Miss BettieArnold spent the past week with her aunt Mrs George Farris Mrs R A Burnside is in Lexing ington visiting her sister Mrs W G Dunlap Mrs Ben Hughes is in the country visiting her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Miss Fannie Frazee of Maysville 1 is visiting her aunt Mrs Henry Clay Jennings JenningsMiss Miss Lyda Anderson of Danviiie is the guest of her aunt Mrs W R Robinson Miss Lottie Bettis has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in BardstownMrs Mrs McCall and son of Cincinnati visited Misses Martha and Sallie Til lett ...

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 July 1900

r S BloOd Troubles important tant that it be kept free of all impurities or it becomes a source of disease poisoning instead of nourishing the body and loss of health is sure to follow Some poisons enter the blood from without through the skin by absorption or inoculation others from within as when waste products accumulate in the system and ferment allowing disease germs to develop and be taken into the circulation While all blood troubles have one common origin each has some peculiarity to distinguish it from the other Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Cancer Rheumatism Eczema and other blood diseases can be distinguished by a certain sore ulcer eruption or inflammation appearing on the skin Every blood disease shows sooner or later on the outside and on the weakest p rtof the body or where it finds the least resistance Many mistake the sore or outward sign for the real disease and attempt a cure by the use of salves liniments and other external applications Valuable timeis lost an...

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. — 2 August 1900

t j r tnltn I ttot YEUEntered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clati MatterNUMBEI 17 LOUIS LANDRA Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AUGUST 2 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ILr i e IsANCASTER AN17 VICINITSI f L 01 166 6 O e eeeemeeeoeeeeeoeeooeoeoeooeooeeoeoeooxo oea Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor August 8 9 10 are dates for the big Danville Fair Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Big dog show first thing after din ner Thursday at the Danville Fair 5 Wednesday Thursday and Friday of next week are dates of the Danville Fair DamiJleI Get some of Josephs hot weather I bargains They are attracting wide attention Guitars Violins Banjos Mandolins and full stock of strings for same at Thompsons Rev T II Campbell will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning I at 11 oclock His many friends are glad of the opportunity of hearing him again Hay Press I will rnn my hay press again this season Have your hay baled now before bad weather sets in Call on or address S...

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. — 2 August 1900

k CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST z igoo EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publtaher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I UR ts ONE YEAR IN DT NCEI00 J 50THREE TiiEiiE is a growing feeling among the people to give the rising genera tion a mechanical education in con nection with the regular course now in vogue As the matter is now con ducted many a good plow hand is ru ined by trying to beat in his head the Greek Phiji and other languages that are of about as much use to him in this day and time as a firth leg on a horse That is needed is more edu cated mechanics and less socalled lawyers and doctors The average school of today beats into a cubs head the idea that he knows all about med icine the law or what other profes sion he lias undertaken to master The young man then swings his snin file lays aside his text books and is a full fledged professional man If the schools would teach trades and guarantee the student a place as foreman of the shop instead of a leading lawyer or a doctor who will raise 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. — 2 August 1900

e r CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGVST 2 igoo T oaooooo00000ooooosoo ooooaoaa t a rj I R 300T REOPbG i lio0ocoooe oooo0000o4ooPOO8ao04o Louis Burnside is quite sick of fe ver verWill Will Bettis has been visiting his cousin Dr W S Beazley Mis Minnie Johnston opened her school at Marcellus Monday Mr John Farris of Lexington was here this week to see his mother Miss Dannie Gaines will visit rela tives and attend the Lexington fair Mrs Jesse Sweeney has returned from a visit to relatives in Cynthiana Mr Hiram Powell and wife of Lin coln visited Mrs John Leavell Sun day Miss Mary Noel of Danville is the truest of Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines GainesMrs c Mrs Tom Oldham of Richmond is t with her sister Mrs Annie Singleton this week Mr II M Powell will go to Niagara Falls and Toronta Canida Thursday on a visit Mr Joe Waters and wife of Stan ford attended the funeral of Mr James Dillon Miss Allie Brown of Louisville is st visiting her parents Mr Breathit Brown and wife C Mrs Proctor and d...

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. — 2 August 1900

L L HEALTHY OLD AGf SSS The majority of persons upon reaching middle age and past find their blood becomes weak and thin and diseases that were Ieasily controlled in earlier life begin to affect the constitution k Those predisposed to Scrofula Cancer Rheumatism Gout and other till then but as they age the blood so long tainted and weakened by accumulatedwaste hereditary troubles may escape waste matters is longer able to properly nourish the hodand it becomes no an mark for disease easy At 1 jji of life the blood must be reenforced before it can perform its legitimate functions this critical period and rid S Y these poisons and nothing so surely and effectually docs this as S S S the system of < ll S S S strengthens and enriches the blood improves the appetite and builds the tion It is not the best up general constitu E > only ne blooirpurifier but the best tonic for old people It warms the blood tones w the nerves removes all taint from the blood and prevents the development ...

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. — 9 August 1900

1 0 hg tnttn ttoth + r 0 KLYKNTIE YEAK Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class MaUerNmrBEc I S LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER ICY THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 000000 000oooovoooo000000ooooosaopoooaooooaaoooaooooo ao oaopoooooood r j ANCAST6R AND VICINITy f 0 L W Jeeeeeeeoeoeeoeooooooaooeoaoaeeoooo0000000oooooaoooooao9oa Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor The II uslonville fair is reported to have had big crowds and made money The Republican Congressional Con vention for the Eighth District will be held at Richmond August 20th There are many applications for the Garrard Hotel but no contract has yet been made the owners exercising great care in selecting a tenant Now is the time to secure some ex cellent bargains in all departments departmentsi We are determined to clean our shelves for winter goods which we will soon buy J Joseph Prices are no object in Josephs big ge clearance sale which is going on We simply will not carry goods per from season to s...

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. — 9 August 1900

j S 1 i I CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1900 KVEBY WEEK BY I LOUIS LANDRAU Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKYj TBItMB ONE YB > H IN DVNCl00 Six MONTHS 50 1 THREE 25 BUYANTSVILLE Quite a number from here attended the fair at Xicholasviile Preaching at the Methodist church on the 3rd Sunday evening in each month There is preaching each Sunday eve ning at the river bridge all are invi ted to attend As I am preparing to order my fall millinery will ask those indebted to me to please call and settle their ac counts Mrs A S Haselden Mr Middleton an aged gentlemanco of Mt Hebron neighborhood died on lat Friday and was buried in the cem etery at that place on Saturday He was a good citizenthe family havR the sympathy of all the communityM The members of the Pleasant Grove church are requested to be present at a meeting which will be on Saturday day evening next at the church as there is business of importance to be attended to Miss Marie Ballard has gone to Lex ington to remain with relativ...

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. — 9 August 1900

1 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1900 < ooooaaooaooooooo ooaooaooooooopaol r r O1 R B OUT RCO1he ioo oo 00 0 ooo oo 0 00000000000000 0 Mr N B Carpenter remains crit ically ill Judge M D Hughes is in Kirksville this week Maccabeeing Mr T L Broaddus has returned from Slate Lick Springs Miss Bettie Powell of Ilustonville is visiting Miss Mattie Thompson Mrs W S Miller of Knioxville is the guest of her sister Mrs J W Miller MillerMiss Miss Evelyn Hudson of Louisville has been visiting Mr Banks Hudson and wife Miss Rella Arnold and Mrs Letcher Owsley visited Nicholasville and at r tended the fair Mrs Rosa Crow of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr Breathitt Brown and wife Mrs George Farris gave a dining Wednesday to Misses Sallie Tillett Mollie and Laura Smith Miss Lillie V West is spending several days with her sister MrsChas Denman in Nicholasville Dr Simpson Elkin and wife after spending a few days with relatives here have returned to Atlanta Mr C E Binnings wife and littc dau...

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. — 9 August 1900

CANCERIS NOT leprosylilt RA BLE Time was wnen Cancer was considered as incurable as leprosy U mm mW r JvM I mmMr MBm mmM Physicians and friends could give little relief or encouragement to one afflicted with this terrible disease Even now doctors know of no remedy for this fearful malady while admitting it to fc a blood disease they still insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation and advise you to have the Cancer cut out but at the same time cannot assure you that it will not return You may cut or draw out the sore but another will come in its place for the disease is in the blooelis deepseated and destructive and beyond the reach of the surgeons knife or caustic fleshdestroying plasters The blood must be purified and strengthened the system relieved of all 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 an...

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. — 16 August 1900

r 4 hg tnttt toth L i I + f I 4 EL UNTil YEAR Entered at the pot Office in Lancaster r y at Second MatterNUMB 19 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AuGUST 16 1900 WE DOLLAR A YEAR l BIG BIGCLEARANCE CLEARANCE CLEARANCESALE SALE I > A Big Saving to Consumers on Every Bill Bought of us After all at every turn in the road of life there is scarcely any thing so fascinating S price Price has almost all to do with everything That is why we make it such a strong feature in the conduct of our busi ness That is why it is considered here first last and all the time If we didnt make fascinating prices we wouldnt do the im mense volume of bus iness we now enjoy and if we didnt con tinue to beat all other houses in this section rightthrough our lines we wouldnt have so many new customers from a distance to come = to see us To those who have not yet traded with us we would say it isnt a matter of life and death to make an ex periment You maybe J be skeptical about our grand stock an...

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. — 16 August 1900

CENTRAL RECORD = THURSDAY AUGUST z6 1900 = ZTXBT WXKK BY Louis LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ftBH8 = ONE YAB IN DTJ1ICl00 J THKU DTJ1ICl00SIX 2S Six or eight speeches of three hours duration each is enough to make that jury at Georgetown want to hang judge witnesses and all It would be hard to conceive of a more trying or deal than having to sit and listen for several days to a lot of lawyers blow offTHE THE bachelor editor the Cynthiana Democrat must have women on Un brain Just listen to him The wealthy St Louis girl who is so tender hearted that she will not strike a match will please apply at the Democrat crat otlice We may be able to arrange a match that will strike her IF ice had the say as to which we were to undergo the campaign this thye fall or an epidemic of cholera we would decide on the latter by a large majority Doctors can sometimes save vee you from a case of cholera but there is no power on earth to rid the com munity of political gasbags THE subject of a prom...

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. — 16 August 1900

a t r T z r fflf ffijffJJ1fjiJiffJffJifJl d YF31 tlrs M15t s 0 S S 4 lffJ j w rMfMJlllJfM jfM fljif 4tgJ = g r Our Stock in Every Department 1r r I = r r 1 Was Never More Complete Than NowIf I = I r J 3 IDAAAAA AAAAAAA AAAA A A AAAAAA AAAA AAAAA AAA A AA a a AaIIIIIIaAaAAA a ONONIOp O Oh100400000000000A001e00o00eNOW00N000000t10000000 II 00001o o0NN1N0 AAAAAAAa a aa alWa OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOdP044fIMQ 40000400040000040004W00000000000I000NM00 TTT TT T T = There isnt a more complete line of new i E DRUGS r aL DRUGSDRUGGISTS 1 r AND c 1 i DRUGGISTS 1 r DRUGGISTSSUNDRIES 1 S t SUNDRIES 1 r v 1 ysIn the state than we carry s IiFrisbies Pharmacy Lancaster Ky 1 1 oo oooooo o o o oo ooo o oooo ° 0000 o00 o oo oooooo o oooo oooo oo ooooo o ooo axoo RECORDt 1 THURSDAY AUGUST 16 1900 oearyoo 0I c ooot r B 1 ROUT people oMooeoe cccccooocccccoJ 1 Mrs John Leaven is much better at this writing A M Kinnaird of Middlesboro is visiting his parents here Miss Mattie Thompson is in Lexing ton the guest of Mis...

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. — 16 August 1900

1 V = < = itlI CJ Ai cEiI Removed Cannot be with Gut Plasters J Jut or Surgical operations and flezh destroying plasters are useless painful and dangerous and besides never cure Cancer No matter how often a cancerous sore is removed another comes at or near the same point and always in a worse form Does not this prove conclusively thdt Cancer is a blood disease and that it is folly to attempt to cure this deepseated dangerous blood trouble by cutting or burning ut the sore which after ali is only an outward sign of the diseasea place of exit for the poison Cancer runs in families through many generations and those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at any time to be stricken with the deadly malady Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another further proof that Cancer is a disease of the blood To cure a blood disease like this you must cure the entire blood system remove every trace of the poison Nothing cures Cancer effectually and per...

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 August 1900

x t + r 1 f tht ttttat 1Ioth tr EIVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter NUMBER 20 f LOUIS LAt DRAftr PublisberLANCASTElt KY THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR BIGCLEARANCE CLEARANCESALE 7t A Big Saving to Consumers on Every Bill Bought of us After all at every turn < in the road of life there is scarcely any thing so fascinating price Price has almost all to do with everything That is why we make it such a strong feature in the conduct of our busi ness That is why it is considered here first last and all the time x v fwe didnt make fascinating prices we wouldnt do the im = mense volume of bus iness we now enjoy and if we didnt con tinue to beat all other houses in this section rightthrough our lines we wouldnt have so many new customers from a distance to come to see us To those who have not yet traded with us we would say it isnt a matter of life and death to make an ex periment You may be skeptical about our grand stock and bar gain...

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 August 1900

L 1 r r CENTRAL RECORD = THURSDAY AUGUST 231900 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LAXDRAST Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY m81 ONKY i B IN ADTANClOO ADTANClOOBIXKoNTal 50TaB THBU 25 China wants peace A message was received at Washington Monday frofro froLI tion of hostilities and asking that Min ister Conger or some other official be appointed Envoy to conduct negotia tions on the part of the United States > Earl Li states that he is willing to meet representatives of the Powers at any place they may name The Gov ernment has not made public its reply MIt not yet complied with Secretary Hays conditions It is believed that the Jie Chinese Emperior and the Empress Dowager made their escape from Pe kin Admiral Remeo reports that aed seven American soldiers were killed during the siege of the Pekin legations After fiftyfour minutes deliberation beob tion the jury in the case of Caleb Powers found him guilty as an acces sory to the murder of William Goebel and fixed nis punishment at life im prisonment...

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 August 1900

I I t I Y I J t i 0 t p OGn00 4 pp0 0pQOp 4000 ti 0 0 0 00 1 1EYE d j = Our Stock in Every Department re I tOur r 1 E DepartmentWas Never More Complete Than NowI E > dd duuu uuu uuuu = OOVOOPJOOOOOOCOVOOoPYVVV9VVOPwvvwvvwvwwowvrr coo ooooooooooooooooooo 1 r = There isnt a more complete line of new I a r DRUGKS 3 r DRUGKSDRUGGISTS 1t DRUGGISTS 1 r SUNDRIES > S i In the state than we carry carryI I rs iP00000004DQOOOOg000 000040DOOOOVVVVwVvvvvwvvwvvvvvv 00009009O 000040DOOOOVVVVwVvvvvwvvwvvvvvvWe We have a full assortment of 8 Fountain and Bulb Syringes Hot Wa fj ter Bottles Hair and Cloth Brushes Automizers Sponges Foot Nail and jj Shaving Brushes SeaSalt Soap Per fumes and Toilet Articles of all kinds G The Finest line of Cigars and Tobacco in townI 1t FrisbiesPl1arnt8cy Lancaster Kyr 1 ffJl W rtfjlilgffgIl ffl 1ff l illflf CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1900 0440600006000640060400400000061 r 0440600006000640060400400000061R 1 R OOT people JLot OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooJ a64...

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 August 1900

II a BLOOD POISON Mercury Potash AMD i i In some cases the external signs of Contagious Blood Poison are so slight that the Millie L Jf victim is firmly within the grasp of the monster before the true nature of the disease IM MM T Jis known In other cases the blood is quickly filled with this poisonous virus and the 11fWfcAlf t yft swollen glands mucus patches in the mouth sores on scalp ulcers on tongue sore Wrecks IK throat eruptions on ski copper colored splotches and falling hair and eyebrows vy leave no room for doubt as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagious Blood Poison lUAft 4III > AC Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison These poisonous min Not Cures erals never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison They drive the disease v back into the system cover it up for a while but it breaks out again in worse form These powerful minerals produce mercurial rheumatism and the most offensive sores and ulcers ...

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. — 30 August 1900

> i t 4ntfai I ttothr ELVENTB YEAR yEAHEntered at the Pod Office in Lancaster KlI as Second Class Matter NUMBER 21 LOFIS THURSDAYSLANDRAM AUGUST 3O 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR BIG 1 CLEARANCE SALE 7 A Big Saving to Consumers on Every Bill Bought r beof maAfter turn in the road of life there is scarcely any thing so fascinating S price Price has almost all to do with everything That is why we make it such a strong feature in the conduct of our busi ness That is why it is I considered here first last and all the timeI If we didnt make fascinating prices weI wouldnt do the im mense volume of bus iness we now enjoy and if we didnt con tinue to beat all other houses in this section It rightthrough our lines we wouldnt have so many new customers customerp1 from a distance to come to see us To those who have notp yet traded with us we er Ywould v would say it isnt a cIi Ii matter of life and J death to make an ex v E periment You may be skeptical about our grand stock and bar p gains you may...

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. — 30 August 1900

cb I I r a1 I r I EVERYBODY INVITED I The people of this vicinity are invited to attend our Grand Open ing Sale of Ladies Gents and Childrens SHOES These shoes are not misfits but regular sizes direct from the best factories and sold at prices that will astonish you Call and examine them and be convinced NO CHEJPSHOES BUT GOOD SHOES CHEAP LANGDON CREASY COMPANY P LANCASTER KY CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 30 ig0 0 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I TERMS ONE Y = 1B IN ADTARClOO lONE MORTHS so THXH 011 25 CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS 0 The Editor Enjoying a Little Rent at Famous Old Resort easA because an editor has a railroad pass I and gets an occasional free ticket to the theatre or church social he goes through the would on flowery beds of case Well these luxuries are good things to have about the house but there is one comfort the greatest of them all that seldom puts in its ap pearance at a country printing office > and that is rest Year in and year j out th...

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