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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 4 July 1901

I PVo o the Where d0d000 Home > Vo 4 PEOPLEhave p 5 Have Visited J 2 > Capt W J Kinnaird was here a few days this week Ben Herndon is in Mt Vernon playing with the band Mr Heberling and family leave this week for Danville their future home s Miss Alleen Hiatt of Winchesters Y the pretty visitor of her aunt Mrs Jack Hiatt Mrs John Francis of Stanford is j visiting her sister Mrs Alex Doty Richmond avenue Messrs Crone and J F Lear are attending the Buffalo Exposition and visiting other cities Miss Allie Brown of Louisville has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Breathitt Brown Mrs William George Jr has re turned from a delightful visit to her parents in Bristol Tenn Miss Maggie Bright who has been y t visiting relatives here has returned to her home in Stanford Mrs Adelia Iloneywood Bailey Har per of Midway has been visiting her friend Mrs W II Wherritt Miss Mitchell of Jefferson ville Ind > and Miss Dunn Bryantsville visited 4 Misses Frankye and Bessie Doty Dr J M Acton wa...

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. — 4 July 1901

t r U jA t Kansas is the Kingdom of wheat No other State approaches it Early apples are dropping off badly chIn were overloaded Samuel Bishop fell from a binder in Boyle county Tuesday and was cut to piecesThe The plum rot is rapidly developing since the rains We are spraying once more with blue vitrol and lime It is said that since the beginning of the Boer war and South Africa the British government had expended 6500000 in this country for horses and mules William C Whitney of New York I lias purchased Nasturtium for 50000 the highest price ever paid for a two yearold The horse is eligible for the English Derby in 1902 To stop the ravages of the little bug on melon and cucumber vines use line sand or turnpike dust in which a little coal oil has been sprinkled and nad well mixed Sift a little on and around the vines occasionally Those famous little pills DeWitts Little Early Risers compel your liver and bowels to do their duty thus giv ing you pure rich blood to recuperate your bod...

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. — 11 July 1901

J I he entia teot k TWELFTH TEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyoas Second Class MatterNUUnE1t NUUnE1t 11 l LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 11 1901 O E DOLLAR A YEAR IT 1jJ jJ See the pretty dimities at Joseplis We buy old gold and silver Thom p son the Jeweler 2t The Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow has no equal for Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros Dr Landman the oculist of Cov ington Ivy will be at the residence t of Dr Evans Richmond street Fri day the 19th inst Preached Sunday Rev John R Deeringof Lexington presiding elderof this districtprcach ed at the Methodist church Sunday lIe leaves next week for an extended tour through Europe While here he was the guest of Dr B F Walters Ice Ice Ice We are the only dealer here who handles ice in car loads 2 Ve sell pure ice best in thestate wesell same price on wagon llltat house Far mers wanting can jjuy very low of us in lots from 100 to 1000 lbs See us before buying H B Northcott A Garrard Cou...

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. — 11 July 1901

TEETH The best set 750 guaranteed Any defect in five years you get a new set Dr Hobson CENTRAL RECORD I I An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY I I IJ LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher i Lancaster Ky July II 1901 THE Kentucky editors are saving up their nickels and dimes to take the trip out West this summer The idea prevalent that they can go on these jaunts without script or purse is erro neous It costs money and if sub scribers dont come up to the scratch and pay for the paper Mr Editor stays at home The saying that editors tors have a hard time to keepsoul and body togother is quite stale but it is true just the same No class of men do more favors than do country news paper publishers They receive little pay and seldom any thanks for the 1Cor ten thousand kindnesses they do for the people When they do slip off for a little resthome gourdheadsare mean enough to say they are deadbeating their way The newspaper mans time to laugh will come however > when he stands inside...

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. — 11 July 1901

if r s r tiE E P BROWNING Prst THOS R PHISTERVice P rst JOHN C ADAMSON Sec and Treas Trustee of Reserve Fund Judge Mat Walton EPBrowning Thos RPhi ster THB SAFETY INVESTMENT CO I a r INCORPORATED INCORPORATEDLLE MAY SV LLE KV 1 YrHas beaten the record and started its business with an unprece dented membership Wliy Is ThisC It is because the people know that its contract is 1st The best on the market 2nd The most profitable to the investor 3rd The most speed results 4th Absolutely safe and guaranteed let4th Absolutelybe Why let your money be idle when you can cooperate with us and get good profits We pay in your lifetime Write to us or call at our office No 27 West Second street Maysville Ky J C Thompson Agt Lancaster Ey t p444444444444444 4 p444444444444444Where < < WhereHave HomePEOPLE Q > Qthe Home visited v 44444444 444Cy4440 0 r Miss Ollie Haekley is visiting friends in Buena Vista Miss Annie Austin is spending the summer at Dripping Springs Mrs II H Grant and son of Lo...

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. — 11 July 1901

ooooooo > t OGLt W 0 4SOC400 r is C r t ooooooooooeeooeeaeoo GGNERAfc News oae ooeoo J r Mrs MoKinleys condition continues favorable favorableJames James Brashear a Crittenden coun ty farmer was killed by lightning Paul E McDonald of Kentucky PI bas been appointed an assistant sur geon in the army The Rev W G Brooker of Kear ney Neb known as the Cowboy we Preacher committed suicide of Knoxville dealers received an order ed for 100000 tons of Tennessee and Ken the Lucky coal to be Venicee are thMrs governor W S Taylor died in India th napolis Tuesday of heart disease The 8tu remains were buried there i Contracts have been let for the ex n tension of the Louisville and Atlantic v road to BeattyvillehI oar While fooling with a pistol in MenS fee county Rudolph Pierre accident I ally shot himsolf fatally and wound a ed a bysfr mCrV top have bequeathed his estate of 200000 q to the Louisville Presbyterian Semin j ary with the proviso of a 5000 aunu j ity to his widow Riley Brock husba...

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. — 18 July 1901

F t tuttn I trot + TWELFTH YEIR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JTy as Second Class Mutter Nt71rL Elt 1L LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANG ASTER KY TIIUYEAR I i THE HOME NEWS i E r See the pretty dimities at Josepts We buy old gold and silver Thomp son the Jeweler 4 2t If you want the lightest strongest and best wagon you ever owned buy a Capital from Gaines Bros Dr Goldstein the optician will b c at the Garrard Hotel Saturday July t 27 for one day only See his ad in this issue of THE RECORD Bob Cunninghams new paper will blossom out in Danville next week It will be a weekly and we were told its principal object is to promote local enterprises enterprisesThe The Mason Hotel has been adorned with a handsome sign Its a good job the work of Benton Ashley the hust ling sign writer Nothing improves a house more than a good sign and nothing looks worse than a bum one Will Close fur a Few Days W P Buck the meatmarket and groceryman has closed his shop for about ten days in order to visi...

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. — 18 July 1901

TEETH The best set 750 guaranteed Any defect in five years you get a new set Dr Hobson I CENTRAL RECORD I An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky July 18 1901te OUT in Kansas where there is so much suffering from drouth it was decided to hold prayer services for re Jief So far so good but some of the ministers thought it a good time to get before the public and announced their opposition to the movement There arc fools in the ministry just as there are in every other calling Any fellow so narrowminded as to oppose such a suggestion should be ba splitting rails instead of parading as a preacherM A SHOUT time before the primary election in Louisville the chief ofii tiat cials announced in flaming orders that the police department must take no tosh part in the election Now they rush to the rout to say that as it is over the police must settle down and at tend strictly to business The cops evidently did not hear of the first orderm or...

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. — 18 July 1901

1 T t > itI I V a Pre Bt JOHN C ADAMSON Sec and ffreas Trustees of Reserve Fund Judge Mat Walton EPBrowning Tnos RPhister THE SAFETY INVESTMENT CO1 t INCORPORATED b MAYS VILLE7 KY i Has beaten the record and started its business with an unprece 1 dented membership membershipVVhy Why Is TlUs It is because the people know that its contract is7 1st The best on the market 2nd The most profitable to the investor 3rd The most speedy results 14th Absolutely safe and guaranteed t Why let your money be idle when you can cooperate with us a nilof get good profits We pay in your lifetime Write to us or call at our 1boffice office No 27 West Second street Majsville Ky J C Thompson Agt Lancaster Ky I t X404404044 044444 4 0 Where flake 0 the Home PEOPLE Visited 0 4404044 404444440 k Miss Sallie Lou Myers is in Danville i with relatives I Mrs Frazee of Maysville is visit ing Mrs II C Jennings Mrs T B Long left Sunday for Cincinnati to visit her sister sisterj Miss Jennie Duncan is in Stanford ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 18 July 1901

L 1 J ftWn RDt Grasshoppers arc destroying crops c inBoyle county tI Christian county produces 11000000 S pounds of tobaccoi t In India and Persia sheep are used as beasts of burden The length of life of a tradesman is twothirds that of a farmer Hogs may be pretty plenty but the demand seems to be more than plen I ty You never find tumbledown build ings on the farm of the man that keeps good stock Mayor J R Kevil of Princeton has harvested 1010 bushels of wheat from forty acres Chicks hatched later than the first of September are not of much value to the ordinary poultry man Dan W Peed of Paris Ivy shipped 75000 pounds of extra line briglt leaf tobacco to London England Great Britain purchased 408000000 0 worth of American farm products in 1100 Germany took Si 000000 wurthTIeporL Reports from the Indiana con n c Ll ltics show that rain is needed bt tr that little serious damage has been done The wheat crops of Wood ford Scott and Fayettc counties are threatened with serious injry be...

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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. — 25 July 1901

Iu tuttn trot h fh 9 TirBLfTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter NUMBER 1C LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 25 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I TH HOMEE S E c 7 See the pretty dimities at Josephs We buy old gold and silver Thomp son the Jeweler > 3t Through sleeping cars to Buffalo via Queen sr Crescent Route Dr McKee is still at work raising funds to build the Presbyterian par sonage He tells she is meeting with great success tgreat Farmers Favorite and the Ken tucky Drills are the leading Drills of the South A car load just received by Gaines Bros 1 Hot In Loulftvllle Gov Bradley was up from Louisville Monday returning that night He is delighted with his new home but says the heat is awful IIl may be hot ter said he but I doubt it Illness of Col Andrew Rice We learn with deep regret that our esteemed friend Big Rice is not > so well and has been suffering consid erably from his old trouble rheuma tism No man stands high...

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. — 25 July 1901

CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky July 25 19o1 A MOVEMENT was put on foot at Co lumbus last week by the Knights of C ilumbus to try and stop the custom uf treating If this can be carried to successful end it will accomplish more good for the cause of temperance than any other one thing It is the social crowd that stays at the bar and Illls to the collar button before leaving Have another with mee is what keeps the boys shoes on the footrail The fellow who slips in alone to get a nip will never drink too much as he is too stingy and mean to spend over fifteen cents a week for his drinks WITH oil in the East iron in the West and Louisvilles commerce in the middle whats the matter with the future fortune of old Kentucky The more the merrier is our greeting to the news of foreign capital coming to open up our limitless mineral wealth Louisville Times The only trouble with old Ken tucky Bro Logan is her overproduc ...

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. — 25 July 1901

1 P444t Where 0 the Home 40444444 PEOPLE 044444 4o c 4400Q 4400QHare Visited < 4o4 ad Dolph Rice of Danville was here Monday Miss Carrie Arnold is visiting Mrs Tr Burnett DMrs Juliet Rogers has been quite il this week Mr Robert Brown of Lexington is T visiting Cul W S Bcazley Mr Ed Gaincs and Miss Bessie Shug are are on the sick list this week Mr Horace Herndon accompanied Mr W T Bass to his home in Camps vine villeMiss Miss Hirshperger of Pittsourg Penn is the guest of Miss Willie Bell Burnside f BurnsideMiss Miss Florence Darnell of Maysville will be Miss Florence Harris guest this week Mr and Mrs Chas Denman of Nich olasville are guests of Mr and Mrs Alex West Mr and Mrs J II Sympson have returned from a visit to relatives in Casey county Misses Maud Best and Hattie Ar nold have been visiting their aunt Mrs George Farris Mrs J M Layton son and daugh ter Miss Sue of Cincinnati are guests of Mrs J M Hyatt Judge J S Robinson and Mr H M Ballou have returned from a week stay at Cra...

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. — 25 July 1901

J i p A few work mules sold Monday at of4o goOnly here Mondayca Allen Beazley bought a handsome mare at Corbin Monday at 175go GA Swinebroad has bought several head stock cattle Monday at 2J and 3c With the rains in the West the pri ces of grain begin to decline The drouth has caused a vegetalce famine in some portions of Georgiane G A Swinebroad bought several lots of Iambs in the last few days at 21 and 3 centsfe For SaleBlack jack white poin ts > foaled 1890 By Joe Blackburn J T McQuerry Hammock Ky tf The demand for good horses was vme strong Monday but thera were none for sale Good ones are scarce Cogar S Davis purchased the wheat crop of Jake Bonta of Merger at 5Sc It will probably amount to 4000 bush els elsIt It is now a foregone conclusion that tobacco will be less than a half crop even though it should be seasonable hence forward Corn is next to sugar cane 1 Weth principal crop grown in Queensland and is one of the most important pro ducts of New South Wales A commercial...

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. — 1 August 1901

w J ihS T wzL aril YEAR EntereclatthePoBtClIceinLanc4lterEJaCOBdClauJlaltaNUMBJUJ NUMRE317 LOUIS LANDKAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 1 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I r J THE HOME NEWS E C r All kind of macninpry repaired at Conns Fast schedules finest trains to Cin cinnati and North Queen Crescent Route There are several cases of fever in town doubtless caused by the dry hot weather t I have employed an expert machine ist and am prepared to repair all kinds of engines machines jcfJ J B Conn Some Expert Weed Growers Health Officer Allen of Louisville is to proceed in the Ordinance Court against those who violate the law in allowing weeds to grow in front of their premises Some of Lancasters citizens seem to pride themselves as growers of weeds as the immense crops towering in front of their prem ises will show If they could grow corn as tall and healthy as they do < > weeds their fortune would be made Rapidly Coming to Fig Leave Danville NewsLouis Landram of THE ...

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. — 1 August 1901

i CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper I ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LASORAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ey August i 1901 THE county attorneys of the state will hold a convention at Grayson 1 Springs August Gtli and 7th As these men prosecute in murder cases it is likely they are to meet to devise means bv which the He threw his hand behind him racket may be dis pensed with The old hippocket dodge has saved more murderers necks and kept more criminals out of their just deserts than has any other dodge The murderer does his dastardly work then gets on the witness stand and says the dead man threw his hand behind him and the jury brings in a verdict of not guilty and presents the murderer with a chromo If these county attorneys can have a law pass ed prohibiting the use of hippocketf they will confer a great favor upon law abiding citizens THE mannish womanthe woman who strove to emulate her brothers and sweethearts by poaching on their wardrobes and infringing their habits is a c...

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. — 1 August 1901

l Poo O P Where 0the Hoar Hoara4pp4apo a4pp4apoaooaoaa r 44 44 0 44Have P Visited 0 o r Mrs Hobbs and son isited Stanford i Monday MondayMr Mr John Batson is visiting liSa mother Mrs Waits Miss Sallie Lou Myers is in Danv i 1 I > e visiting relatives I Miss Annie Yantis has been visiting Campbellsviller Mrs Clara Robinson of Texas is visiting Mrs Will Anderson Miss Peters a teacher of Graded school is at Lake Chautauqua Col L F Hubble of Rockcastle Springs has been here a few days Miss Mary Noel of Danville is the handsome visitor of Miss Hattie Doty Mr and Mrs B K Shugars of Mc Kinney have been visiting relatives here Squire Sam Johnson and faroG visited Dripping Springs the past 1 week Mr Will Noel of Knixville is t he r guest of his relatives and friends in this city Mr and Mrs Randolph Harris of Lincoln are visiting the family of Ir E W Harris Miss Mattie Mae Robinson is vist t ing Miss Katharine BaugbmanK Hustonville Mr and Mrs Hugh Miller of It I Vernon are guests of his br...

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. — 1 August 1901

l THE LORDS GUIDANCE Beneath the burden of my cross I patient waitm Even when I suffer pain and lossb In low estate Because aware my Lord doth see M load of care and pity me Although the way seems often rough And strength is small He walks with meIt is enough He is my all He is my Guide from day to day Whateer I elide He is iny stay I come to Him with my complaint He bends to hear I cannot falter fail nor faint i When He is nearw I feel His hand in darkest nightc And understand it leads to light t V How oft my folly I bewailq With tears and sighs But oh His wisdom never fails Tis always wise It always knows which way to leads Before me goes with tender heed He sends me grief unwelcome guest hI I cry Not so He takes the gem 1 love the best And lays it yow My heart is rent my treasure dust Yet comforts sent and I can truaLt A cross there is for all to take Then calmly bear And patient be for Jesus sake Who knows thy care Ask Him for strength and thou shalt prove And know at length tha...

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. — 8 August 1901

2 t I y < i L > > I > t y i t > LI ntEt t1Cj Oth > T NBLTTQ YA8Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JTy as Second crass Matter BUMB1828 2 > LOUIS LANDRAM PublisherRSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 8 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I r t T HE HOME NEWS Bargains in buggies etc at Conns Deposit your wheat at Wards mill Ji julyll2t Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1217 Fast schedules finest trains to Cin cinnati and North Queen Crescent Route r RouteThecocalne The cocaine ordinance is a good one The drug is ruining nearly all the colored help in town The Masonic lodge meets next Tues day night There will probably be work in the second degree State Sunday School Convention The convention will convene at Dan ville August 20 21 22 190L The Sun day Schools in this county are re quested to select their delegates at once and notify me Only delegates holding certificates signed by the coun ty president will be entertained free j Amanda Anderson Cor Secty No Loafers There Down ...

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 August 1901

j Y CENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Aught 8 IOI So MUCH has been said lately in re gard to the imposition upon the Ken tucky Press Association by outsiders that we ask the indulgence of our readers to here give a few facts to our brethren of the quill who remain away from the meetings We have been an enthusiastic member of the association for five or six years and have watched its interests closely That it has been imposed upon n o one will deny and that to a very great extent When Mr R W Brown was elected president he asked those he chose as executive committeemen to give him their earnest support in building up the organization and in teresting the very best newspapermen in its welfare Each member worked faithfully to this end even writing personal letters to those editors who took little interest and remained away from the meetings This did some good and at the last meeting there were a number present who...

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