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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 8 August 1901

3 O o Where the He G 4 e Cv J PEOPLE t 0a0 010 V Have 0 Visited d I Rice Benge is still confined to bis bed by illness Dr John Batson has returned to his home in Arkansas Branham Beazley has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives > Miss Sallie B Adams of El Dorado i r 1 s visiting the family of S B Henry Miss Georgia Henry has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Miss Georgia Delph of Louisville is visiting Miss Mary Benge this week Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained in Y her charming mannerTuesday evening r Miss Vincennes Walker has returned from Hustonville and is visiting Airs Dorcas Walker Mrs Marian Griffin of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs George Smith Danville avenue I Mr and Mrs J A Roland of Eldo r rado Ark are visiting the family of tMr Solon Henry Mr Roy Haines of Hlllsboro Ohio i is expected today to be the guest of Miss Kittle Mason Mrs Juliet Rogers is much improved G this week and about fully recovered from her recent illness Miss Lena Bigney is ...

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 August 1901

w 4 t 1 ThFAmCARDt1 fo Wanted500 bushels shelled oats 100 barrels of corn 10000 pounds bay TMason For Sale Black jack white points foaled 1896 By JoeBlackburn JT AnlcQuerry Two thousand Angora goats were recently sold in Kansas City at a price Buranging The damage to cropsby the droutb in Iowa during the last few weeks is estimated at 15000000 to 20000000 A representative of the United States Department of Agriculture Agriculbeep found scabbies to exist among s beep at several places in Franklin corn ty cornands Success in pork production demands as does every other business in tbese days of close competition constant and intelligent thought and atter ionTIIU atteruent and can be secured by independent thought and methods as often as in any other way Members of the Mississippi V leychanic Apple Growers Association r porttillin that no part of the territory repre sented in the association will pro duceture over 60 per cent of a crop and in ma ny places not over 10 or 15 per cent of a...

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 August 1901

t ila i < I < hg J nttni Jtoth < XWIlCXU YE4B Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JTy as Second Class NatterNt7 NUMJBEM 19 1901Y ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I S THE HOME NEWS r r Hemp knives at Coons Passepartout picture binding at Thompsons > Xs Buggies Surrey and Phaetons at cost for next thlrtjd ys at Conns Double daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent t Route RouteFarmers Farmers Favorite ana the Ken tucky Drills are the leading Drills of the South A car load just received by Gaines Bros Inceuiie at muul le Rev A R Moore is conducting a meeting at Hubble which is being at tended by large crowds who manifest much interest He will continue for two weeks weeksThree Three Death lu Faculty Prof Akers a member of the faculty a of Central University died last week which makes the third death in the faculty of that institution since its consolidation with Centre College a few weeks ago TatteraallB Burned Tattersalls at Lexington which was probably the larg...

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 August 1901

< a CENTRAL RECORD < = Newspapers Jt ISSUED WEEKLY = LOUIS LANDRAM Editor aid Publisher d = Lancaster Ky August i 5far = As a great many young men think I if they get a government job they will live on flowery beds of ease the re mainder of their days we reprint the following from the pen of Harry GM vannolli who is in Washington hold ing down the job of secretary to Com missioner Yerkes In a recent issue of the Danville Advocate Harry says Would you advise a young man 01 a young woman to enter the govern ment service is another question I wouldnt advise them one way or another Some have found govern ment jobs stepping stones to hug her places others have found them curses There are men in the government sei vice in Washington who have worked in the departments for nearly halwe century Beslde their desks in their little rooms they are as deeply buried as are the Trappist monks at Get line mane Capable at one time of devel oping into men of intellectual strength and independent...

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 August 1901

i < 01 0 Where Wherethe the Home aaooa oaoobaPEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLEsoooao soooao a f qa V j 0 Have Visited d yoocsd 1 Charlie Collier is visiting in Lexing J tonMiss Miss Bessie Gulley is in Lexington 1 attending the fair Mrs William Lear is visiting relaj tives in Lexington Miss Susie Sandidge is in Danville with Mrs Charles Stanwood Miss Mary Landrdm Burnside is vis iting relatives at Point Leavell Miss Katie Simpson is enjoying sev eal weeks stay in Crab Orchard Miss Stella Robertson of Cynthiana i 13 the guest of Mrs Sam Haselden Lexlngtonr has been visiting Mrs Maria Kirby Mr Tom Hampton of Winchester is the guest of Miss Christine Bradley Miss Mary Arnold is at home again j f after a visit to relatives in Paint LI kI r Mr JC Thompson and daughter Miss Mary attended the Lexington fair a Mr John Orand of Texas is with the family of Mr Henry Clay Jen ningsJ ningsMr Mr William Elkin and pretty son of Atlanta are guests of Capt Elkin and family Charley Walker was at home Sun j day...

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 August 1901

c Jj AA QpJ J 1 Wanted 500 bushels shelled oats 100 barrels of corn 10000 pounds hay Mason S Hamilton For SaleBlack jack white points foiled 1896 By Joe Blackburn JT McQuerry Hammock Ky tf The scarcity of hogs is shown by ti ICt fact that for the first six months Dtl the year the receipts at Chicago we reL 125000 head short of last yearc ClimaxPerhaps the best piece DIt corn in Madison county is the 40 ac rem field of Mr Wm Arnold near this cit yo Despite the recent drouth it looks ex ceedingly well and those eompe tent eornpeteiLit to judge say it will make from eight to twelve barrels to the acre This is a banner year for s pcachcry The crop troughout the whole country is estimated to be about 75000000 bushels and rather over than under that amount The prolonged drouth droulLf in some parts of the country has af fected it somewhat but not to any great extent The peach crop of Madison coun tyg will be enormous this year The larg est grower perhaps is James Jones whose orchard of 10...

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 August 1901

r Y c ht tntint ttof Entered at the Pod Office in Lanauter Kyt at Second Class NattefNUJ 21 TW IS trill TEAR QTJI3 LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 22 190 1 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I ± LISTOF r r PRIZES And Names of THE WINNERS rThe following is list of names who drew the prizes from 850 down includ ing the 85 prizes S No I Mr Dishon Sweeney 50 2 J E Allen Lancaster 25 7 3 B Ashley Lancaster 15 v 4 Frazee Owens Lancaster 10 c 5r 0 Dean Davis Lancaster 5 7 Hattie Ham McCreary 5 J 8 W H Pope Lancaster 5 9 Sam Cotton Teatersville 5 10 Fred Hall Lancaster 5 11 F B Siler Lancaster 5 12 Mary C Cox Sweeney 5 13 Lizzie Pettus Preachersville 5 14 Ed Middleton Lancaster 5 15 Geo Rogers Stanford 5 1C Ben G ibbs Lancaster 5 17 Samantha Sutton Lancastr 5 18 Mrs B W Givens Hubble 5 19 Mrs F P Frisbie Lancaster 5 4 20 Ethel Dunn Lancaster 5 21 Clay Ray Buckeye 5 22 Mrs J n Patterson Lanster 5 23 W G Anderson Lancaster 5 24 Bill Anderson Marksbury I > 25 Maggie Boyle Lancaster ...

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 August 1901

r q i 0 tJ IGENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY 4 LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher j j r1 Lancaster Ey August 22 1901 ITS UP TO US If the People of Lancaster Want to Derive Great Benefits From New Railroad They fflTmit be Upd and Doing THE RECORD has said all along that the extension of the Southern Bail way from Burgle to Jellico would be built and that it would be construct ed through Garrard county provided the people displayed sufficient inter est in securing it As the days go by the truth of our predictions becomeh more apparent Those of our busi ness men who have not jumped at the conclusion that it will not be made and thought over the matter haveD now come to the conclusion that THE TinI RECOUP has held out all along and the general opinion is that it is only a matter of a very short time until work of construction will begin This being the case THE RECORD wishes to call the attention of the people of Lancaster to a few facts InI the first place we ...

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 August 1901

I i y i c Xfc Where Wherethe j the Home o e t CvC HomePEOPLE oob 90 0 d v HaveQ Visited d 04 d Miss Allie Arnold was in Danville 7 yesterday I Dr Frazee of Maysrille is visiting friends in this city 4 Miss Allie Anderson is in Lexington careI W J Kinnaird of Middlesboro is in town for a few days 1 Miss Edith Moore of Perryville has returned to her home Miss Lizzie Brown left Monday to visit friends in Indianapolis Miss Alberta Anderson is visiting i Miss Dove Embry of Lexington Miss Sallie Lou Myers is visiting Miss Edith Moore of Perryville 1 Mrs G M Patterson and daughter Grace Helen are visiting relatives in Chicago Mr and Mrs A G Swinebroad are 1spendIng a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Bannie Perkins and Mrs Bob Thompson left this week to visit re la I Lives in Indiana MtVernon SignalMrsR E Thomp son and children of Lancaster are v Is itmg her mother Mrs W MPoynter Dr Hugh M Grant attended the Lexington fair and visited Flemings burg and accompanied his family home Miss Halli...

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 August 1901

fAR DDN I There are 40000000 fewer sheep in Europe than ten years ago Grade draft horses are selling in theK Chicago market at 140 to 175 accord ing to qualityf Wanted 500 bushels shelled oatsp 100 barrels of corn 10000 pounds hays Mason ES Ilaniiltonr For Sale Black jack white points foaled 189G By Joe Blackburn J Tc McQuerry Hammock Ky Us Taken up as an Estray a black boar shoat weight about 00 pounds Came to my place about Aug 8th tf W H Furl Flatwood Ky Both clover and sorghum hay areb good for hogs and with plenty of it will require much less grain feed thant is usualt About 2000 persons and 300 vesselsp are employed in the sponge fisheries of Florida The profits last year are estimated at 850000 It costs as much to grow a poor grade r pig till he weighs 175 pounds as it does to grow a pure bred one weighing 250 pounds at the same age The poultry crop of the present year is estimated at 500000000 including eggs In 1896 it was nearly 00000000 dollars and is growing more rapidly ...

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 August 1901

S 5 i I t j ia > ht ntt4tEntered f trot TITBLPT11 fB4R Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Clots Matter XUMBK SI LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOONA YEAR Continued List of Names who drew premiums ati merchants conP openingt ei p pNo 30 Henry Duncan5 200 31 Rose Morgan 200 32 Mrs GASwinebroad 200 MrsGASwinebroad2Alex r 33 Alex Harris 200 34 John Dailey 200 35 Bris Bruce 200 Opp 30 J A Elson 200 37 JP Aanderson 200 38 J A Sanders 2tarn 39 James Dihouse 200 40 CarrieDoty 200 41 Mary Bourne 200 42 Henry Tevis 200 43 R S Roian 200 44 Mrs J T Holtzclaw 200 45 P S Bourne OUand 40 John Huffman 200 47 John Hardin 200 48 G W Leavel 200 49 MrsBMLear200 50 TI Percif Il 200 51 R C Cottenwood 200 52 Dan Bogie 200I 53 M P Turnci 200 54 Alex Layton 200 55 Annie Herndon20 0 50 JR Estes ± 00 57 Mrs Tim Dillon 20 4is 58 Miss Nell Dillon 200 i 59 Ed Hendricl son 200 s t GO Miss Mary Lear 200I o HI Annie Adams 200 fi2 Miss LettieMcRoberts 200 1 63 G M Evans 200c 0...

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 August 1901

i 1 CENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper = ISSUED WEEKLY = LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky August 29 I po I = BOURNE t HverecA at Lancaster Monday LancasterMondayAllen Allen Ray is building a new ba rn on the farm that he recently purchased from J 0 Sherrow Miss Marie Smiley of Lexington and Mr Wallace Wharton of Keene are visiting Miss Nellie Bourne inI lower Garrard Miss Genie Bush i visited her cousin Mrs Eugene Berk Eugeneley ley in Bryantsville last week Mrs Jennie Peacock and little son of Jellico arrived last week to mod several days with relatives here Born to the wife of Wm Sherrow a boyMrs Amanda Gillon and daugh ter and Mrs Jim Meredith visitedfled Mr and Mrs Tom Turner Saturday Mrs Joel Marsee and daughter Lucille left Monday for Middlesboro S where they will spend several days with relatives Messrs Joe and rnoD Turner of Hiattsville spent ti ie lat ter part of last week with friendschant hereIr J F Upton and Miss Bet tie Oliver of Danville visit...

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 August 1901

C n r C tYhj f i c f iC 4 t > p 1 Where the Home a ono oo PEOPLE oooo CyOdOO b Have 0 Visited < I Mrs J M Logan has been visits agin in Lexington LexingtonMr Mr Will Walker has gone to Peoria Ill for a few months Miss Margaret Tomlinson has recov ered from a recent illness Miss Mamie Bastin is at home after enS Miss Katie Lee Denny has been the charming visitor of Miss Theo Hemp hillMr Mr Tom Hampton of Winchester I is visiting his cousin Miss Emma Hood Miss Cox of Circleville Ohio is tC t guest of Mrs T B Long at the Gar rard Hotel Mr Lawson Oxley of Chnthiana ISV the guest of his cousin Miss Theo I Hemphill 1 Rev J E Wolford left Tuesday for Louisville to attend the wedding 1of his brother Miss Mary Bruce of Stanford w asthe the handsome visitor of Mrs R E Mc Roberts SundayJc Jc Miss Louise Farris spent sever 1and andays Miss Bettie Arnold Mrs II N Faulconer has returned t to her home in Hillsboro Ohio after a visit to her parents Misses Smiley of Lexington are ex g f pected...

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 August 1901

I 1 4 rx J > < < t > 4 < r L SOME CLOVER FACTS There Are Several Ynrietiea VJil h I Give Fair Yield and Are Valu able In Many Vaya Clovers are among our most valuable forage plants but they will not with stand the extremes of drought end heat that prevail over large sections of the west every year and in other sec tions of the same region some years Being soil renovators they JeanI grown in rotation with other crops to advantage On account of the large amount of protein they contain they I have a high feeding value There are several varieties of clovers grown in this country among which are the fol lowing Ited clover Trifolium pratense This is the most common variety and is grown successfully in the north wherever the supply of moisture is sufficient In dry sections it becomes uncertain Some call it a perennial nut it is scarcely more than a biennial its perennial character being often as sumed by new plants springing up from seeds dropped by the plants each year It m...

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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. — 5 September 1901

T a b r r 4 i t i t gtntint tt of j TWKLVTB YS IgEntered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Clots MatterXU BSlt 21 LOUIS LAND RAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPT 5 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I Ln 2 THE HOME NEWS 5 E c LnHemp Hemp knives at Conns Dent forget the bigcontest at Ope ra House September 5 The Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow has no equal for Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros Lot rDark grey jacket silk lined between J Lancaster and Hubble Finder please return to this office and get reward A handsome line of Limog and Imperial Crown China hlso a beauti ful line of Bohemian Glassware con sisting of glasss sherbe ups vases c at Lancaster Grocery Company Saturday Only During this month Miss Elisa J Lutksuperintendent of pUblicschoal will only be in her office on Saturday as the remaining time will be taken up in visiting the schools in thecounty r Ptacrak Sold Col E B Smith one of the bright est writers in Central Kentucky has bought the Richmond Pantagra...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 5 September 1901

L S CENTRAL RECORD InS ISSUED WEEKLY S LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publishert t 1Lal1ca8ler Ky Sept jth 1901 b t 5 5 PAINT LICKp 0 T Mrs C Shumate has been quite sick There were six baptized here Sun day evening t fl Mrs Jack Adams is on the sick list tblsweekb b Born on the 2nd to the wife ofGc S J Salter an 8f Ib girl John Bolton will move to Illinos tHe S soon He will have a sale on the 12th o Reuben Kendreds little boy fell out of a peach tree and broke his arm Fri 1 S day dayRev Rev Shepherd preached his fare well sermon atMt Tabor Sunday I night nightKirksville Kirksville was alive with colored folks Sundaythe association drew the crowd 4 Mr John Williams has a locust tree in bloom something unusual for this time of the yearj Miss Bettie Francis commenced teaching the public school at New Hope Mondayshe had 53 scholars The protracted meeting that bas been conducted by Rev Elliott a t airview closed Sunday with several additions to the church Miss Pearl Hackney of London Ie Miss J...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 5 September 1901

I < p o Where IPEOPLE G c ooooooa PEOPLE Ob00 V Have 0 Visited 0 OrOO tS d A Mr Hackney of London is with his sister Mrs R G Ward Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained a few friends Friday evening Miss Polly Smith of Lexington is Thompsonr Miss Alice Walker entertained last evening in honor of a few friends C B Engleman proprietor of the Paint Lick hotel was here Tuesday Nuholasville Journal Mrs Nannie Colsort visited in Lancaster this week Mr and Mrs Wm Brown of Chica go are with Judge Eph Brown and wife s Little Mr Duncan of Nicholasville is visiting his sister Mrs Sam Has 1elden eldenMiss I Miss Florence Darnell of Maysville 1 is visiting her friend Miss Florence Harris HarrisMiss I Miss Lizzie Brown returned Monday I from two weeks visit to relatives in Indianapolis Miss Mattie Sacray of Stanford vis ited her sister Mrs Merritt during I the past week I Misses Kate Walker and Gena Dun lap of Lexington are the guests of Mrs R A Burnside and family Mr J W Miller and wife and Mrs 1Georg...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 5 September 1901

I r412PQAt DHD 1 HOW TO LAY TILE New York Farmer Explain Hoir to Uralu a Vet Strip Croat Two to Four Rod Vide First see that you have a good out let for the water second diga narrow ditch along the center of the wet strip deep enough to drain the land say three to four feet according to the na ture of the soil If it is liable to settle down much after the water is drawn off it should be deeper than it would otherwise Trim the bottom of the ditch carefully to a true grade A LAYING A TIKE DKA1N string stretched over the center of the ditch is a very efficient help in getting both line and grade The line of the tile should be as straight as the circumstances will permit and the tile laid to a true grade which may be ascertained by measur ing down from the string A sag in the tile is sure to be filled with silt sooner or later destroying its usefulness I would not use smaller than four inch tile If there are springs they must be provided for When the bot tom of the ditch is very truly a...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 12 September 1901

J fi t r3ir r j 1 b r Y W a t tntudt of c TWRLVTB YEAR Entered at the Pott office in Lancaster fib at Second ClaN Matter MUYRIU 21 LANDRAM Publisher LOUIS LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPT 12 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I L 2 THE HOME NEWS tE f LTHEPRESIDENTS T HE PR ESIDENTS CONDITION I A special to THE RECORD from the Louisville Times this morning says the President continues to improve and will recover beyond all doubt t andHemp Hemp knives at Conn s1 I Bargains in buggies etc at GorinV f All kind of machinery repaired at Conns T s Chicken feed for sale at Marksburv Sons SonConn Conn gives rebate stampXjin allaj cash work j We buy old gold and silver Thom P son the Jeweler 3t Passepartout picture binding at Thompsons Handsome stock of heavy twilled crashat Josephs < Through sleeping cars to Buffalo vi a I Queen Crescent EptHe praYou repair work attw J Romans Excursion rates to PanAiners can Expo Queen Crescent Route Buggies Surreys and Phaetons at cost for next thirty days at Co...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 12 September 1901

t t j > t ftY 0 CENTRAL RECORD t a ae Aa ladepeadcat Local Newspaper H 1 ISSUED WEEKLY s LOUIS LANDRAU Editor and Publisher e eg Lancaster Ky Sept izth 19i IT isfrequently said when someone s steals a sum of money from a bank t thatlie was largely ihft need by the sight of so much money Very few people believe this and the general impression is that a man must be a thief at heart before he can commit n 4Ktn sub J f this the robbery Speaking on s 1 ject a Louisville banker the other r day said I have often been asked 1 as every man who has ever worked In1 a bank has beenif there wasnt a great temptation to appropriate some of the big bundles of money which a man sees lying around loose all the b time As a matSeiof fact tliefbig I play of money doesr dazzle tife flov ci r but after onebecOtheLa veteran pile of bills aggregating fitty or one hun dred thousand dollars means no more to him than so much paper and he handles it as such I have counted millions of dollars in my time and I...

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