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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 8 November 1900

r rf ° I t y Lu IJ en ttut etoith ELVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster KV as Second Class MatterlwJMB lt 32 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY TIIURSDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 81900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Lr > fcANCASTeR AND VICINITy f II L 1 Now go to work workI See the fancy ribbed hose at Jo sephs Quick sales and smal rofits is the motto at Conns Camffge Shop There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday next at the usual hour t fIt you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money Our line of suspenders and Shirts is complete and our prices in reach of allI Patterson C Sympson Joseph is leading the merchants of Central Kentucky this season as he always does Firstclass goods at small profits will win every time We must have 500 doz eggs this week and next Bring them to us and we will give you 13cts per dozen Patterson C Sympson Successors to Gaines Ball Mrs Elzina Anderson has decided to sell her farm on Lexi...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 8 November 1900

S CENTRAL RECORD 1 THURSDAY NOV 8 xgoo EVERT WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE Y > 4 B IN ADVANCSl00 tKRMS Six MOHTH8 50 THREE 25 JKARKSBDKY M G Aldridge sold a nice bunch of shoats to C A Robinson at 4cts II D Aldridge has bought several loads of corn from T I Herring and J onTomas Mr Oliver Boner a promising young drummer was with his parents Mr and Mrs J C Boner Sunday Mr Sam Hughes and family of Danville spent Sunday with N H Bogie and wife Miss Aggie Bourne of Bettis accompanied by her neice spent Sun day with Miss Sue Sutton Misses Kaufman and Elliott of NlcholasvillM spent part of last week with Mrs Ft Sutton Mrs S A Norris is visiting Dr and Mrs J H Durham at Collsport Rev Wheatley wife and daughter Neomie and Mrs Edd Wheatley of Danville attended preaching at the Fork Sunday and visited Mrs B A CopassRev J L Bruce of Danville delivered an excellent sermon at the Fork church Sunday in the absence of the pastor Rev B A Copass Rev Win Anderson and wife ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 8 November 1900

6 X o o = o o oo oooo 1l mooooo000000 r Jffi WJJ fil o jJjJl oooo ooooo ooo ooo l WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE e Ii E5 r as IIttTJS C 1 I IrriSbieIJs J1a r aC3T 1 o 00 00 oo ooooooooooYOOOOOOOOOa o rtJi a o00000000 0000000oooMao ooe JJ Jill1 oo oo 110000000000000000oooooooooooooooo MILLINERY I We are constantly receiving new hats in all the NOBBY SHAPES and prices I lower than ever before Give us a call and we guarantee you a more stylish hat I for less money than ever bought in Lan I I caster before Very Respectfully I L NOEL SISTERS J 000000000oooeoe 000oeoe0cooooo00000000000000000000 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 8 xgoo r t ee0000o0ooe0eoo0ooawoeeoooo0ot r 1 ROOT PCOPF LII 0000 II UUOO II II 00 110 o 0000A A II Rice of Nashville was here I to cast his vote Miss Martha Tillett visited Mrs Will Watkins Sunday r Sam Joseph one of the hustling 1 shoe drummers was in town Satur day Mr W C Price of Danville was in town Saturday and paid us a pleasant callMrs Mrs J H Hagerman Lexington ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 8 November 1900

S H D n 1JMAi1SM Shatters ffisiens Nerves useless Is due to an acid poison which gains access to the blood through failure of the proper Stiffens Joints organs to carry off and keep the system clear of all morbid effete matter This poison ff Sfiy through the general circulation is deposited in the joints muscles and nerves causing the most intense pain SM F 4 i1 Rheumatism may attack with such suddenness anti severity as to make within a few days n healthy active person helpless and bedridden with distorted limbs and shattered nerves or it play be slow 111 developing with slight wandering pains just severe enough to make one feel uncomfortable the ten tendency I 1food Like other blood diseases Rheumatism is often inherited and exposure to damp or cold w > nt of proper food insufficient clothing or anything calculated to impair the health will frequently cause it to develop 1 Iin early life but more often not until middle age or later In whatever form whether acute or chronic YjiI...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 15 November 1900

> 1 girhe entt1 ELENTIIEntered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter11UMBZIt ELENTII 1EAIi NUMBER L3 LOUIS LAN DRAM Publisher vr THURSDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 15 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Fo4w ooooeee oeeeeeuosoeeoeeoeooeeoooeoooeeooeeoooeeeooeeeoooeaeoooooeo eeeeeoosp eeeeeoospg f LANCASTER bI o AND IlIlOOOOOOOOQQOOQooooooocoooo VICINITy E g v No rain of consequence yet Doublefacedcotton covert cloths at Josephs The missing precinct was brought in and counted last week making the republican majority in the county 276 We are showing a good hat for 125 C that will cost you 200 at other places Logan e Robinson Come and see our stock of Over I coats Most complete we have ever had Prices low Logan C Robinson Store Kooiu For Unit Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at THE RECORD office tf Will Move to Ton Mr Todd Scott and wife have deci ded to move from their home near Marksbury and will take rooms and board in Lancaster They advertise elsewher...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 15 November 1900

r CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 15 1900 XVEnT 1TXKK BY ZOZ7JS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY oxsYs1E IN DTNCI00 TERMS j Six MONTHI 50 THREE 25 to THE newspaper business has suffer ed greatly in the past from the fact that publishers do not get together on important matters of mutual interest when by judicious combination all things necessary for the betterment of the craft may be obtained says an exchange The time for cooperation is at hand and the sooner publishers recognize the fact the better will they be prepared to protect their interests and be placed on an equal footing with other business concerns A JUDGE in San Francisco has ruled dt that a man has the right to stay out all night and cannot be compelled to give his wife any reason therefor The judge is evidently a single man and has much to learn If he can invent some way to prevent a storm upon hubbys return after a night with the boys he will have his fortune made 1 All of Edisons inventions will pass into insignifica...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 15 November 1900

r < r l i f 7i 1 o VVE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE o E fS X as 4thW E C I a ra a II zmz s b i e IS I h a r Cl a C y I eg fi M1i J ff rglfllJffJ oo c ooo ooooooreooooooo o oooo Jil o0000000000000000000 00 0 fJ 7JJffJ oooo + j S 11111111111111111111001100000000000000000QOOOOOOoocooooooo oooooo I MILLINERY I We are constantly receiving new hats I in all the NOBBY SHAPES and prices I lower than ever before Give us a call I and we guarantee you a more stylish hat I I for less money than ever bought in Lan t I caster before Very Respectfully I I NOEL SISTERS LI J olleeeoooooeoeooooooeaooooo 000000oooooeooooo00oooooty RECORDI THURSDAY NOV 15 1900 oIIllooooooooooaooooooeoooooooc r AIJOUT people LooOt ooooooo I z4 aIOaoeoexaeooolooooo000000000 z4Ernest Ernest G Brown was at home last week to cast his vote Miss White of Mt Vernon is vis iting her aunt Mrs Hobbs L Mr H A B Marksbury was in Lex ington this week on business Mrs Mattie Duncan leaves this week 1to visit relatives in Kansas City...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 15 November 1900

1 L2 I CATARRH He Already anothernewdress And Ive been losing so much money in m y business usinessSheJust SheJust for that reason dear You told me not to let anybody notice that joure in trouble Fliegende IMaetter Same Old Thing Theres no fresh wisdom but from day to day Man thinks the same old thoughts in some new way Chicago Record I Brutttl Bard Ah Mr Frankley your sonnets are so beautiful sighed Miss Gushley You are surely the great poet Frankleyho who had been dragged to this pink tea against his will You cant get tip an argument with me on that sub jectCatholic Standard and Times She Was Too Gcncroan I wonder what makes Chumley look BO sad sadSheHaent She Havent you heard His wifes mind is gone I dont wonder He told me she had been giving him a piece of it every day for three years Brooklyn Life The U nnl Way Friend Do you try to make your self a daily and hourly necessity to your husband as I advised BrideYes indeed I keep every thing in its place so he can never fix id S th...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 22 November 1900

rf he W2y tnttn htoth ELVENTII YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kv as Second Class MatterNUMB NUMBER 11 TEART LOUIS LANDRAII Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 22 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ClDAKS it J y ADAM AND EVE Set the First Fall Fashions k t f T 7f After they had tumbled to the fact that they were somewhat in need of a Cloak Their primi tive garments were made of fig leaves but you dont want to take a leat out of their fashion book Those fall styles are somewhat old and out of date so you had better come in and see our new styles With your permission we appoint I point you a committee ot one to ascertain where you can make your Cloak and Cape purchases with wjrth best advantage to yourself We freely believe that if you in vestigate the subject thoroughly you will buy here That is why we suggest the idea to you We admit our motive is a selfish one J for we expect to get your trade but if you can profit by taking our ad vice you will doubtless pay little...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 22 November 1900

4 I I CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 39 1900 XVXBT WKK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKYI TERMS ONK Y B IN ADTANClOO J THKKX Six MONTHS ADTANClOOI Tins Newport defalcation mention ed elsewhere in THE RECORD is caus 1 ing much talk all over the country The stealing by Brown will bring sor I row to many poor people who had I their little savings stored away in i Browns bank Officials of the bank say depositors will lose nothing but that remains to be proven The silli est side of the defalcation is the re port that one man made way with all the money How one man can take as much as a dollar from an in stitution run on the strict business methods a bank is supposed to be is hard to conceive and robbing a bank of 190000 without the knowledge of others is simply out of the question If these men were punished like the ordinary everyday thieves placed in the penitentiary and made to do hard work there would be no more going wrong by officials But not a man in the Newport steal wll ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 22 November 1900

tl6 o ooo oQ e ooomo rQlL moo o ooaoa ooo m eo o oooo o ooo ID oWE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE E E5 TZViAN EE 0zAH AI 4IPft II1 i Eri s bi e IS = h ar a c Y 000000W000OOOOOOP0000000010000000000000000000060400 0000000000000000000080000 HAVE YOU SEEN I The 200 2 25 and S25Q Velvet HatsI nicely trimmed that OEL SrCTE S are selling If yon have not bought your hat give us a call you will be surprised to I Ism I small sum of money and everything else inI our line at the same marvelously low price priceI 00000000ooooocooooooaooooooooaonem + + ooaoeeoaooooo00000000000000oooood CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 22 1900 r ROOT 000000oooooaooooo000000oooooaoc Peoibe 1 Loooo 0oool 0000oooooP ooo oo 000 00 0 000 00 0 0 0 q 0 Gov W O Bradley was in Louis ville Friday villeFridayGeorge George Smith Jr is in Cincinnati having his eyes treated Miss Sallie B Ray of Buckeye is visiting Miss Pearl Ross Mexico co visiting his brother Casey Mr Sam Salter of Maysville is vis iting the family of Mr Tom ElkinI Mi...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 22 November 1900

UIhA th accompanied by Wcn IbA mucous patches iu athe mouth crop mt Hirk C a22 l > tions on the skin B Mil Co elSi 4 R sore colored throat splotches copper swollen glands aching muscles O ru1 and bones the disease is making rapid headway and far worse symptoms will follow unless the blood is promptly and effectually cleansed of this violent destructive poison S S S is the only safe and infallible cure for this disease the only antidote for this specific poison It cures the worst cases thoroughly and permanently MB Cosdiflea C GEl 11 U i contracted In the faU DI of o J8Q7 d Poison I tried Eave Bees No Worse tl1r tile I r doctors treatment bnt did me no good I was petting worse all the time my hair came out ulcers appeared in mv throat and mouth my body was almost covered with copper colored splotches and offensive seres I suffered severely from rheumatic pains in my shoulders and anus My condition could liave been no worse only those afflicted as I was can understand my sufferings...

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. — 29 November 1900

o i f p J Iu enttn tt oth + KLVENTII YEAR Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class flatterNUMBER NUMBER 35 LOUIS LAND YEARAM lDAKS w ADAMI AND EYE 9 Set the First Fashionsr f f xf After they had tumbled to the fact that they were somewhat in need of a Cloak Their primi tive garments were made of fig leaves but you dont want to take a leat out of their fashion book Those fall styles are somewhat old and out of date so you had better come in and see our new styles With your permission we ap point you a committee 6t one to ascertain where you can make your Cloak and Cape purchases with with best advantage to yourself Ve freely believe that if you in vestigate the subject thoroughly you will buy here That is why we suggest the idea to you We admit our motive is a selfish one for we expect to get your trade but if you can profit by taking our ad vice you will doubtless pay little attention to the motive which prompts us to offer it Look where you will get as many prices ...

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. — 29 November 1900

CENTRAL RECORD I THURSDAY NOV 29 900I EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRA3I Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE Y > cAB IN ADVANCBI00 fERIB J Six MONTHS 50 THREE 25 GIVE THANKS UNTO HIM I ALTHOUGH mans dependent state and his relation to God suggest a feel ing of thanksgiving from the begin ning it is nevertheless true that the custom of setting apart an annual Thanksgiving Day is purely American For over five thousand years nations had flourished in wealth and affluence and many had fallen victims to in dulgence in sin and pernicious legisla tion A spirit of civil and religious liberty sought freedom from the iron rule of despotism in the old world and emigrants brought that spirit to the wilds of America where altars were erected from which petitions were sent to Heaven by those who desired to worship according to the dictates of their own conscience Following this spirit days were ap pointed annually in the ISew England States for giving thanks The first proclamation for a national observ...

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. — 29 November 1900

L4 I Jfl JNlUiL m iX tt Z X m o WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE EA E5 TMAw EE 017AK FilmsPrinting Printing PrintingPaper Paper PaperWe IWe would be I pleased to have you call and inspect I our line I r i s b i e s E 11 a rEE1 a C Y s D 0 0000000000000040000000000400000000000o004Q00000000000 cccooCOOOCOOIOICOOO6OOOO 1 I a i HAVE YOU SEEN i I The X200s S2 25 and X250 Velvet Hats II IInice1y I JNI Q ri T i SrCTEES Are selling If yon have not bought yourI yourt I I Isllllll I small sum of money and everything else inI our line at the same marvelously low price L ooooooooocooooocaaooocoooooooooooooo CO COOOOOOOOOOOOOO < CENTRAL RECORD i THURSDAY NOV 29 1900 ooodoooo 00000000oooooeooooo0ot rO 1 1i i J 00000 ooooQ ooo 000000000000000000 Miss Amy Davidson visited Miss Lillie Bourne Sunday Mrs A II Rice leaves Friday for her home in Nashville Tenn Paul Miller of Lexington is at ThanksgivingX Mr Jesse Walden and wife of Dan vine were visitors here Sunday Miss Amy Davidson has been the guest...

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. — 29 November 1900

j Chrusanthemums t it A Thanksgiving Story j Bu Manda L Crocker t EOPLE said they were a pair of 1 1 jgS precious fools to give such a mite of 11 a baby that horrid long name As if it were going to make her better than we common folks said Belle Vicker ink with her nose in theair or that she would be any better looking either added Merry Jaxon who was a recognized beau i from her birthS Nevertheless the Kimballs did name the dot of humanity that horrid long name in epite of the comment and adverse opinion of a dozen exceedingly interested neighbors Vhether it was because there was a bank of the beautiful blossoms in the sunny Fouth room where she was born on that Thanksgiving day they having been hustled in from the uncongenial November air out side a few hours lefore her coming or not was never explained No matter Chrysanthea was now the belle of lloserock notwithstanding her horrid long name Eighteen serene Thanksgiving suns had run the glowing dayrim setting in a halo of memories...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 6 December 1900

r i I ic ht tntfa tt itr ELVENTH TEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter NUMBER 36 TTTrZ OUIS LANDRA 11 Publisher T A NC A CTTR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER fie 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR eeoeeeeooeseoweeoeseoeoeoeeoeeoeeooe eoooo aeeoeeeeeeeea eeMe oooee > r 1 > fcANCASTeR AND VICINITy L 1 4 o oo o ooo o o uu uuuuooinonnnonnmimon Sheet iron work at Conns Fresh oysters at T Currys v Buggy repairing at Conns The stores are full of Xmastrix Scalding boxes built to order at Conns fluA 15000 stock at cost at Logan 5 Robinsons RobinsonsHorse Horse shoeing and crooked feet gartreated 27 new patterns in ladles gold watch es at Thompsons Pay your account and save cost Logan Robinson All kinds of canned goods fruits and celery at T Curreys Surrey and buggy curtains put on at Conns Carriage Shop repaireI d at Conns Carriage Shop Anything you want in the eating line you can get it at Curreys Quick sales and small profits is the motto at Cones Carria...

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. — 6 December 1900

i ii CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY DEC 6 1900 VERY Wale BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I OHKYUB IN ADVAKCl00 TERMS < Six MONTHS 50 THBEB 35 THE W C T U which organization has fought old booze so long is now I trying to have a strictly pure article sold We are doubtful as to the ad visability of this move Many men have given up their cupssolely because of the inferior stuff now sold The old time pure article didnt have a headache or fight in an entire barrel and could truly be called Oh Be Joy ful If the ladies will have it made just a little meaner than what is now sold if such a thing be possible they will come nearer accomplishing their purpose THE boss lie is sent out from Topeka er ka Kansas A telegram says a baker in that city was arrested for giving gn a loaf weighing sixteen ounces when the law says it must tip the team at twelve If the statement is true en that baker has no business here upon earthhis home is in heaven But such a thing never occurred When I IC pI...

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. — 6 December 1900

I KJ IVVE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE 0t zzd EE C I f FilmsPrinting Printing PrintingPaper Mrs R L Grinnan of Cynthiana is visiting her sister Mrs Osee Bush Mrs George Dobyns of Danvillehas been visiting her aunt Mrs Eliza Far ris Mr McChord of Lexington was Miss Alberta Andersons guestThanks giving givingMrs Mrs Rosa Crow of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A B Brown BrownMrs Mrs Banks Hudson is at home from a visit to Knoxville Tennessee and Lexington Mr Tom Anderson of Kingston is visiting his brothers Messrs John and Wni Anderson Miss Mabel daughter of Judge W P Doty of Brady Texas is the guest of Miss Fannie Bishop Miss Georgie Henry has returned from a visit to Stanford accompanied by Miss Sue Yantis of that city Dr Price Grant and daughter Miss Eva of Danville were over Sunday to see Joe Price who is some better Misses Julia Mae and NannieGaines after a few days visit to relatives in this city have returned to Danville Mr Homer Baughman and wife of Danville have ...

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. — 6 December 1900

SOUTHERN MUTUAL y I INVESTMENT CO s ft OF LEXINGTON KY V PLAN INSURANCE REVERSED I We Pay While You LiveUILJpL do You Prefer They Pay When You Die If 0100 00 1 00 Fl GTCir Over 330000 paid in living benefits v Over 6OOOO Reserve and Surplus Over 60000 Paid in September Promotes Economy EconomyGuarantees Guarantees Safety SafetySecures Secures Large LargeReturns v Returns in Profits A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Call on J C Hemphill Jno G Austin Hemphillor or G KyLancaster I Lancaster Ky Special Agent o c 000oooooeoooooo oooa r CONERRh NODS l CONERRh0000000000oooooeoooooooooaooo = 0 000 oc 0 0 C coo 001 0000000 oooco W T Price Jailer of Logan county died at Eussellville Lumber business in Eastern Ken tucky is the largest over known Senator Fairbanks introduced a res olution to admit Oklahoma to str4 hood E E Sallee shot and fatally wound ed his wife at Lexington and killed himselfSenator Senator Deboe has announced his candidacy for reelection to the Uni ted States Sena...

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