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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 10 January 1901

S H CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAYJANUARY 10 igor ooeooo ooot r 1 iEOPhGl l 104 J voooooaoo isooooo0000000oooooaoo Miss Sallie Lou Myers is visiting rel f ives in Danville Benton Ashley has entered a medi I cal school at Louisville Miss Elise Logan of Mitchellsburg is visiting Miss Pearl Bettis Miss Clara Hayden of Lexington is visiting relatives in this city Miss Fannie Djtygave quite an en joyable party Friday evening Jacob Joseph was in Frankfort this week serving on the U S jury Richard Soper of Wallaceton has accepted a position in Wards mill Mr Chas W Frisbie went to St Louis yesterday on a business trip fltIisses Misses Tine and Minnie Johnston visited friends in Lower Garrard last week Miss Lottie Webb of Lexington is visiting Mrs Banks Hudson Danville street 6Miss Bettina Anderson is visiting her sister Mrs T W Browning of Lex ington Miss Olive Wilds of Nicholasville is visiting relatives in this city and countyc countyMiss g Miss Eugenia Dunlap of Lexington is the guest of Misses...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 10 January 1901

I l Contagious Blood Poison There is no poison so highly contagious so deceptive and so destructive Dont be too sure you are cured because all external signs of the disease have disappeared and the doctor says you are well Many per sons have been dosed with Mercury and Potash for months or years and pro pounced curellto realize when too late that the disease was only covered up Ldriven from the like Beget Likes surface to break out again and to their sorrow and mortifi cation find those nearest and dearest to them have been infected by this loath some disease for no other poison is so surely transmitted from parent to child as this Often a bad case of Rheumatism Catarrh Scrofula or severe skin disease an old ire or ulcer developing in middle life can be traced to blood poison con in tracted early 10 Sin of the Parent life for it remains smoldering in the sys tem forever unless properly treated and driven out in the beginning S S S is the only antidote for this peculiar virus the onl...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 17 January 1901

r 4 C it fI s 1 r k ttnttnl ttot Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter NUMBER oJI KLVENTH YEAR THURSDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 17 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR LOUIS YEARLANDRAM I favrite AirTight StovesJ J < Examine our line of ri eating Stoves We scan please you and I save you money J R HASELDEN HASELDENeaz r J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming J A Specialty ull Line of Fiirniture and Carpets R L Davidson I Attorney At = Law 1 Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward I I LOCAL TIME TABLES IId1 Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 1110 AU Northbnd Mixed 335 p v I North bud Passgr 252 A w t southbndIt 1228 AI r fcANCASTeR AND VICINITy 1 g IL L 1 oooeoeooeeoooowooov 00 < eoeae < eeeooeeeeeoaoeoooooeeeoooaeeee > Fresh oysters at T Currys Odds and ends In mens underwear for less than cost Logan Robinson A few pairs of Buell Bootees left that we will close at cost Logan Robinson Dont forget we are headqu...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 17 January 1901

i 1 CENTRAL R CORD THURSDAY JANUARYz7IgOI KTEBV WEEK BY IOUI8 LANDRASI Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY 1 ONX YSi B IN ADTANCBlOO I TREYS iOKX MOUTHS 50 THREE U 25 I AT Camden Del Alexander Jack son who has reached the age of sev 1 entyfour and is worth a vast sum of money is giving a practical demon stration that the wealthy should dis tribute their surplus while they liveI He is sound in mind and health He is dividing his fortune among his friends and says that it is one of hisI greatest pleasures to see them enjoy it This story sounds like a pipe dream in these days of selfishness and closefistedness but it is said to be absolutely true This mans wings I are not only cut but are on one of the top shelves above seasoning so they will be ready promptly upon his ad mission to the pearly gates Oun good friend W P Walton of the Lexington Democrat has been ill for several days but we trust it is nothing serious and he will soon re gain his strength Reports dont say what the trouble is but ...

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. — 17 January 1901

CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAYJANUARY 17 1901 I r ge4oorooooaaooooooaooooooosoootR 1 R B OUT IB01RI B r ioo ooJ 00 goo ooooo ooooaobooooo00000 0000 fl A Mrs A H Rice has been visiting rel atives in Danville 1Miss Nell Murphy of Stanford was 1 in our city Monday Miss Mattie Thompson is visiting relatives in Stanford Kirk Kiiby left Tuesday for a few days visit to Knoxville Sirs E VV Harris is visiting her 7son Will Harris of Carlisle Mr Eugene Mock of Danville was a visitor in this city Saturday Mr and Mrs Cal Nevius have tak t en rooms at the Garrard hotel f Miss Bessie Turley of Richmond is t t the guest of Miss Amy Davidson Miss Katie Simpson entertained at a Crokinole party Monday evening Miss Christine Bradley will leave for Frankfort today to visit friends Mrs Kate Woods of Chicago is vis iting her aunt Mrs William George Misses Anna and Sallie Noel of Danville were here a short while Tuesday Mrs J H Sympson has returned home from a visit to relatives in Ca sey county countyMr rltlr W...

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 January 1901

ECZEMAS ITCH IS TORTURE Eczema is caused by an acid humor in the blood coming in contact with the skin and producing great redness and in flammation little pustular eruptions form and discharge a thin sticky fluid which dries and scales off sometimes the skin is hard dry and fissured Eczema in any form is a tormenting stubborn disease and the itching and burning at times are almost unbearable the acid burning humor seems to ooze out and set the skin on fire Salves washes nor other exter nal applications do any real good for as long as the poison remains in the blood it will keep the skin irritated BAD FORM OF TETTER U For three years I had Tetter on my hands which caused them to swell to twice theirnaturalsize Part of the time the disease was in the form of run ning sores very pain ful and causing me much discomfort Four doctors said the Tetter had progressed too far to be cured and they could d > nothing for me I txHi only three bottles of S S S and was completely cured This was...

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. — 24 January 1901

y e 1 0 x IJ t tnltnl tttoth I PIVENTH YEAHEntered at the Post Office in LancatUr KU as Second Class Matter NUMBER i i LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 24 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 1 Buy your Plows Plow Gear J Wagon Breeching From us and save money moneyt We have a lot of Col lars Collar Pads and Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains aOOOCCOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOCO The best and most complete line HARNESS ail SADDLERY We have ever had and our prices will please you c J R flASELDEL I J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty 1 ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At = Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of i foo upward l f eeoeweeooosee eeeooveoooeoeseeeeeooeeoeoe t ° ° ° o I9ANCAST6RANO uICINITy O II I t o cle coo C 00 00000 D 0 DO 0 Co 0 Ott000400 Fresh oysters at T Currys Boiler fixtures Engines repaired ri ke stacks built by Conn Ny Odds and ends in mens under...

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. — 24 January 1901

J > Y e t i CENTRAL RKCORD 1 r THURSDAY JANUARY igo r XTXBT WEEK BY LOUIS X4JUU24JT Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YJUB IN ADVANClJl tEEMS J THBEB SIT MONTHS 25 50 To A MAN up a tree that Southern railway survey of a 105mile road througn the mountains from orb n to Jellico bears upon its face the per suasive odor of a bluff at securing a new and easier term lease of the Queen C Crescent The foregoing from the pen of the gifted editor of the Louisville Times Mr Emmett Logan sounds as though he were one of the many Louisville citizens who hesitate on catching step with the procession of hustlers and marching after every improvement proposed Louisville has the clever est people on earthbut there is a ten dency on the part of some of her lead ers to sit on their pants and hope + when they ought to be up and doing This has caused the Falls City to lose many enterprises that she could have gotten almost for the asking What 1 they need down there is less politics 4 and more git up 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. — 24 January 1901

r 5 it F 1 CENTRAL RECORD 1901a i oaeo aoooeoooooaoodt R B OUT Re01he LI IOJ oo0a I OIO 1 000 01 IO oo0aMiss J Miss Fannie Doty is visiting rela r tives in Stanford Y Mr A H Bastin made a business trip to Lexington this week Miss Maggie Tomlinson left this week to visit friends in Danville Mrs James King was the guest of Miss Sallie Tillett the past week Miss Ann Bettis is visiting her llJHue MrsEllie Bettis Danville ave nue nueMiss spentSundaywitr p r her parents Mr Breathitt Brown and wifeMiss Miss Minnie Johnson left Saturday SaturdayI t Green Mr Will Beazley of Louisville is tle guest of his brother Dr W S Beazley 1 Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in 1 Danville 1 DanvilleMiss Miss Katie Simpson entertained a crokit nole party Miss Amanda Anderson left Satur t day to commence a school at Lowell l Kentucky Richmond Register Mr Saufley Saufleyt t Uughes of Lancaster visited friends ti here last week Miss Bessie Marksbury entertained U1Miss even...

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. — 24 January 1901

Forewarned Forearmed r The liability to disease is greatly lessened when the blood is in good con dition and the circulation healthy and vigorous For then all refuse matter is promptly carried out of the system otherwise it would rapidly accumulate fermentation would take place the blood become polluted and the consti tution so weakened that a simple malady might result seriously A healthy active circulation means good digestion and strong healthy nervesAs blood purifier and tonic S S S has no equal It is the safest and best remedy for old people and children because it contains no minerals but is made exclusively of roots and herbs No other remedy so thoroughly and effectually cleanses the blood of im SSpuri purities At the same time it builds up the weak and de bilitated and reno vates the entire sys tern It cures permanently all mannera of blood and skin troubles Mr IL E Kelly of Urbana Ov writes 1 I had Eczema on my hands and face for five years 1t would break out in little whit...

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 January 1901

c Tht 4 u tnttnl htoth EKTENTH TEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class MalletNllMB R 45 OUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER Buy your I yourPlows Plows PlowsPlow Plow Gear Wagon Breechhg From us and save money coooo no oo tVe have a lot of Col lars Collar Pads and Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains COOOODOOOOOOODOOOOO oe4oooo00000000000The The best and most complete line HARNESS and SAMLEBY We have ever had and our prices will please you rJ R HASELDM J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Sull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life Insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward mn N MOM OO MOOOOC O MOlMOOONNOOOO O MMOMNNO W 0 66 r tI bANCASTEIt AND VICINITy MOOM0000009CM II u a u PVVVVVVV C VQvWwVv The Grippe Cold that makes you rear andrip Quinine with a fiery nip Boiling drinks to sIp and sip Lemonade and high spiced flip Back that aches from neck to hip Swollen nose...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 31 January 1901

J CENTRAL R CORD THURSDAY JANUARY 311901 XVEKT WEKK BY LOUIS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY mUB ONE YJUBIN ADV NCl00 BIX MONTHS 50 THBEH 25 THE following from the LaGrange Graphic is one of the prettiest ser mons ever printed in so few wordslu I saw a dancing bubble upon the sil very surface of a restless river For a moment it sparkled with golden light as it caught and held the sunshine glory and I thought how beautiful it was Then it went down For a moment the river told where it had vanished and then swept on without een a ripple on its placid bosom And I thought how like our lives was the bubble on the river For a moment we sparkle in our tiny spheres hope and toil and struggle love and long and dream and then go down beneath the surface forever In a short time timi 1the tiny ripples we have caused die out and the great river of humanity lows on undisturbed So let us strive within our brief existence to reflect only the sunshine nor mirror the clouds above us THE unlucky m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 31 January 1901

7 s j CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAYJANUARY 31 1901 r R OUT REOhb looo 0400oooo s oooo009ooovooooo00000 Miss Nora Sandidge is visiting Miss 1 Pearl Ross Miss Jennie Duncan Is in Stanford visiting relatives J Little Eugene Beazley is reported as some better today Miss Lida Arnold of Marksbury is visiting Miss Rella Arnold I Mrs Louis Landram will entertain the married folks club this evening Mrs A II Rice will leave this week t h join her husband in NashvilleTen nesseeMisses Misses Sandifer of Danville have been Miss Sallie Lou Myers guests for a few days Miss Mattie Thompson is at home r from a visit to bliss Maggie Bright e of Stanford StanfordMiss Miss Christine Bradley has returr ed home from pleasant visit to friencs in Frankfort FrankfortMr Mr Millard Wet left Wednesday for Washingto City where he has ac cepted a position I Mr J M Farra and wife have been I spending a few days with Mr Joseph Burnside and family 1 The crokinole club met Friday eve ning with Misses Robertson and Hil 9 t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 31 January 1901

I CATARRH U Catarrh has become such a common disease that a person entirely free from this disgusting complaint is seldom met with It is customary to speak of Catarrh as nothing more serious than a bad cold a simple inflammation of the nose and throat It is in fact a complicated and very dangerous disease if not at first it very soon becomes so The blood is quickly contaminated by the foul secretions and the poison through the general circulation is carried to all parts of the system Salves washes and sprays are unsatis factory and disappointing because they do not reach the seat of the trouble S S S does It cleanses the blood of the poison and eliminates from the system all catar rhal secretions and thus cures thoroughly and permanently the worst cases Mr T A Williams a leadilig drygoods merI chant of Spartanburjr S c writes For yean Iliad a severe case 01 nasal Catarrh with all the disagreeable effects which belong to that brcl disease ll which make life painful and unendurable I ...

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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. — 7 February 1901

t IJ tutrul I tiot YEARBmued at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky cut Second Class MatterNUMB EL TENTH YEAR NUMB R 16 THURSDAYLOUIa AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 7 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR r Buy your yourPlows Plows PlowsPlow Plow Gear Wagon Ereechiag From us and save money Doi s ewooooe eooar We have a lot of Col Colt lars Collar Pads and Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains DOooo ICCO The best and most complete line HARNESS and SA1LEBY We have ever had and our prices will please you fJ R HASELDEM J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty iull Line of Furniture and Carpets I R L Davidson Attorney At = Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward > MMM 1 feANCAST6R AND VICINITy 1 01 11111111 1IlIll H II There was a small boy of Quebec Who was burled In snow to his neck When they sald0Are you frlzt He replied Yes I is But we dont call this cold In Qu c I I Fresh oysters at T Currys Elsewhere will be found the report of...

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 February 1901

J 1 Ep y IOR1 1 JI1 t jJ t4 cJ r THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 OI EVERY WEEK DV tours LANDRAJl PublIsher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I mus Oslo YFiB IK ADVJNCBlOO Six MONTHS 60 THBBS II 25 EDiToR W P WALTON has found that his health will not permit his remaining in charge of the Lexing ton Democrat He had spent the best part of his life in Stanford eating iipure chickens went to roost and getting plenty of fresh airand when he chang ed his habits so completely its a won der that he stood it as long as he did He succeeded in putting the Demo crat on a substantial footing before retiring lIe hasnt signified his in tentions as to the future but he will be like a fish out of water until again on the editorial tripod and we cer tainly hope he will again take up the gray goose quill Ix Lexington last week R T Nu gent shot and killed Wm Mahoney t the killing is said to be very cold blooded The papers say Kngents sn attorneys will try to work the sinsan ity dodge The hippocket racket has been worked until it ...

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 February 1901

CENTRAL RECORD f THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 ox oooQOOOOO o0000400oooooeooao oooc r ASCOT people l i ootioo Cooooq ooo ooaoaaooooooooaooosoa Miss Amy Davidson Is visiting fri < nds in Richmond I 7 Miss Pearl Ashley is clerking for the Logan Dry Goods Co Miss Warner of Buckeye has been visiting friends in this city Mr R E McRoberts has been suf fering from a severe case of grip Mr Sam Joseph a hustling Cincin I nati drummer was here a few days a since sinceA A few friends were entertained at cards by Mrs J E Stormes Tuesday evening Miss Mattie Thompson is in Paint Lick visiting her sister Mrs R L t Jennings Mrs Arthur Hubliard of Covington is expected this week to visit Mrs J E Stormesg Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts gave a birthday party Saturday afternoon Jier little friends Miss Lizzie Hudson leaves this weak to visit her aunt Mrs Chenault of Fort Scott Kansas Miss Lucy Colson of Middlesboro has been spending a few days with her aunt Mrs William B Moss I Mr J Ilarve Dunn of Brodhead I was t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 7 February 1901

r T Scrofula s THE OFFSPRiNQ OF HEREDITARY BLOOD TAINT Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood Poison and Consumption The parent who is tainted by either will see in the child the same disease manifesting itself in the form of swollen glands of the neck and throat catarrh weak eyes offensive sores and abscesses and of tentimes white swell ingsure signs of Scrofula There may be no external sis for p I r along time for the disease develops slowly in some cases but the poison is in the blood and will break out at the first favor able opportunity S S S cures this wast ing destructive disease by first punfyiDg and building up the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system T M Seals 1 15 Public Squarr NashvilIeTenn says Ten years ago my daughter fell and cut her forehead From this wound Ute pjands on the side of her face became swollen and btjrstca Some of the best doctors here and elsewhere attended her without any benefit We decided to try S 5 S and a few bottle cured her ...

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 February 1901

t I rg t euttn tothP Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class Matter ELVENTH YEAR NUMBER 47 yLOUIS LA1 DRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY li 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Buy your Plows Plow Gear Wagon Ereechin From us and save money QIIQQIIOOOOOOIOOOIIOOODOOOO iVe We have a lot of Col lars Collar Pads and Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains JOQOOOOO OOQOOOOCCIIIOOoQIO 00000oooooeooooo00The The best and most complete line HARNESS and SADDLERY We have ever had and our prices will please you J R HASELDEN J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson i Attorney At = Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward roo LANCASTER AND VICINITy Eg 1 00 OlIO 00 co 0100000001000 0 nocoHoo 000 01 0000 1110 C Fresh oysters at T currYsI tonsI Silver and gold braids and buttons for waist trimmings at Josephs Why do we all feel kinder toward each ot...

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 February 1901

p rl COFFEE I Jf Jf Jf CHASE SHORN Ce F BLAME CO H 0M1 BALL U i SOLE AGENTS CENTRAL RECORD Thursday February 14 1901 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY tERMS ONE YBAB IN ADVANCl00 Six MONTHS 50 THREE 25 ONE of the biggest shams attempt ed recently is the alleged opposition to the prize fight to be pulled off in Cincinnati Friday night Gov Nash Nasll is making a grandstand play while several smaller potatoes in the city have been on their ear proclaiming ge that the fight shall not come off The funny part of the affair is that the promoters of the fight have gone steadily along with preparations for the mill That it will take place there has never been any doubt a s such things are in keeping with tle Queen City If all our money was not wagered on the result of the fight we would make a bet that fourfifths of the otlicers who have made such a fuss will be at the ring side among the most enthusiastic spectators THE dishing out of honors to those army officers wit...

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