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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 17 April 1902

1 + I gttnttal 1 ttofb THIlt JSXTJl rBJl Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter NUMREl I 1 LOUIS LA1SDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON YEART L + P A Vi tt Lii + READY + + + + 1FOR + L I SPRING TRADE i + a t r t + With full line of t 4 r Dry Goods Fancy Notions + L xCorsets Hosiery Gloves I + t MILLINERY 1 + + t Shoes Slippers Clothing + Hats Shirts Furnishing l Goods Mens Boys Shoes i + Z We can show the ibest up to elate stock + + in Central Kentucky 1 + Come to see us + 1 torne f rr Y THE10GAf1 UH 4QjDS OJ f t f 4 m M M n M H n F4 + + + + + b + H + I + I M < Jx I wv WOw w Of local Interest t w44 < 0o IMiiIt Social There will l > e a Pink Social at Her rings school house Saturday the IDtli beginning promptly at G p in 15 cts for one or two for 25 cts The Ladies Aid The above societv will meet with Mrs Sam Ilaselden next Saturday afternoon at two oclock The artesian well will be sunk on Mr Wards mill lot The stand pipe will be loc...

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 April 1902

4 I t 0 = = I Bd 7imtiJ tiU ii t i rJ UI1Jb 1 S < 4 yJw 4 k SO thEasterc Eerlt Loky 051 SwJd Gas Cornpsny LaDcaster By I 2Par Value of Shares 100 Full Paid and NonAssessable I OFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo W Palmer vice president C D Walker treasurer J W Akorn counsel W McC Johnston secretary 6 1 X1foney is always made by those who get valuable information I EARLY and act on itPROMPTLY l byt hose who go in at the START who do business on the ground floor there is no art in being late I fiIt is those who aie EARLY who make the MONEY The KEN TUCKY oil field is attracting the t attention of the best oil men every I where Experts have pronounced jit unquestionably the coming field for the production of high grade I refining oils The oil fields of New York Pennsylvania and West Vir Y ginia are gradually becoming ex exhausted Xoil only The great fortunes made in oil in those states will be du ii cated many times in Kentucky in the next five years The only ques s tion is who shall ...

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 April 1902

Vyr1n < SEE THEM < t < < CORr PLANTERS J DISC SHOE j 2 horse 1 horsej K F POStLEt Successor to J C Robinson i RObinsonj < > SS NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS t MILLINERY 1 New hatsL Of all kinds and of J Every description for l I Ladies and Misses Something to suit all > In both SPRING and r SUMMER effects Take time to Examine our stock andt f t Remember OUR 4 Styles are the CORRECT THINGS 7 NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS 4 > J V V J V Vv I + + + T I i About The People + I + 4 M M U t + M M M + + + + + M 1 Mrs J C Thompson has been ill for a few days t Mrs Sam Portwell is in town for a weeks visit to friends Mrs Charley Doty of Lexington is visiting relatives here D M Lackey and W A Arnold are very much better today Attorney Wallace Yarnon of Stan ford was here yesterday Miss Bessie Batson and Will Embry were in Stanford Sunday Miss Amos Willis of Kirksvillc was in town shopping Saturday Mrs Clay A rnold was the guest of Mrs Geo T Farris Saturday Mrs W B Moss is in Mid...

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 April 1902

> OLD PEOPLE Do not always receive the sympathy find attention which they deserve Their ailments are regarded as purely purelyimaginary imaginary or natural and unavoidable at their time of life Disease and infirmity should not always be associ ated with old age The eye of the gray haired grandsire may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of his younger and more vigorous companions Good Blood is the secret of healthy old ago for it regulates and controls every part of the body strengthens the nerves makes the muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the flesh firm but when this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive health sustain ing elements then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers resulting in premature old age and disease Any derangement of the blood quickly shows itself in an ulcer sore wart tumor or some other troublesome growth upon the body and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost constant accompanied with poor digestio...

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 April 1902

t t tnttnl toth i TE11tEntered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter XUJIISER 4 + Tint E TH iBUt LOUIS LAUDRAM PublisherLANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APR 24 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR M 0f Local Interest i + c44cc0 < Next Monday will be county court day Brown will be here 4 Several of those who voted against water works were heard to wish for l them the other night THE RECORD ollice is working on anew at new telephone card which will soon be ready for the subscribers 1flack Hthe pretty fox terrier be longing to Will Hamilton was burned to death in the big fire Thursday night The oil fever is setting our Stanford friends wild with excitement We hope their fondest expctations will be fully realized A fresh fish and banana peddler has been rolling his cart about town It does seem that the taxpaying mer chant should be protected The Baptist Ladies Helping Hand Society will have a dinner next Mon day Court day at the court house Let everybody go and help the ladi...

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 April 1902

> I = v MSII v L l1iWrtroi X SOl thEasterJl SSezvbvjLols Oil and Oas OoxrL parJY LancsJsier 3 I t Par Value of Shares 100 Full Paid and NonAssessable e9 y IOFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo W Palmer vice president C D Walker treasurer J E V A leorn counsel W McC Johnston secretary g X Money is always made by those who get valuable information I EARLY andact on itPROMPTLY byt hose who go in at the START y who do business on the ground o floor there is no art in being late t It is those who ate EARLY who 1k make the MONEY The KEN TUCKY oil field is attracting the t attention of the best oil men every where Experts have pronounced it unquestionably the coming field for the production of high grade I refining oils The oil fields of New York Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia are gradually becoming ex I hausted while Texas provides fuel oil only The great fortunes made in oil in those states will be du h eated many times in Kentucky in I the next five years The only ques tion is who sha...

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 April 1902

I 11I 1 x < < 1 + i < f V0l 111 A 1 r 11J11l Jf I E1fS < r We WeHCLVG HCLVG HCLVGPTIGGS PTIGGS I K F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson 04 v v + 0 NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS 4 MILLINERY l New hatsJ Of all kinds and of t Every description for Ladies and Misses Something to suit all In both SPRING and SUMMER c Take time to Examine our stock and r Remember OUR rRemcmber J CORRECT THINGS 1 < NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS 4 < < v2 > + + f About The People i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Senator George Farris is at home for a few days Mr Jim Shackelford of Richmond was here Monday Mrs G X Jean was the guest of Mrs W A Berkele Friday Miss Daisy Collier of Danville is visiting Miss Ann Hill A M Kinnaird of Middlcsboro has been here for a few days Prof E N Todd attended the col lege contests at Danville Friday r Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Capt E W Lillard the clever editor of the Danville Xews was here Sun day Miss Helen Thurm...

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 April 1902

fiiJP tJ mm iI m nnt a o i Lt i f 11i1 7 f is ma The liniment bottle and flannel strip areI familiar objects in nearly every household AI They are the weapons that have been used for generations to fight old Rheumatism and are about as effective in the battle with this giant f disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers fY would be in modern warfare Rheumatism is caused by an acid soury condition of the blood It is filled with acrid irritating matter that settles in the joints muscles and nerves and liniments and oils nor nothing else applied externally can dislodge these gritty corroding particles They were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and pains but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with every change of the weather the real disease lies deeper the blood and system are infected Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured until the blood has been purifi...

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 May 1902

f y a I 1 geiittai 1 totbF T ail K JXTlr 1JI T Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass JfaillatterXUJIRER G r LOUIS LA1 T DRAlI i Publisher 0LANCASTER DOLLAR A YEAR < > < I y > Of Local IIIterest i M W on ou on The following from the ISarbourvHJe Xcws wiM toaltls r iyierest many J aucastwr cHi s Just now TItelrs oil in ro y coffee and oil in my foal Theres oil in the ItlWlo where the welt once Stood There oil In my whiskers and likewise the wrtara That 1sg oer the gushers in the Kentucky wot4 There oil on the rocker and oil on the IoaUKtI There + oil by the gallon said oil > > y the Hat pound when at night its time to turn in Theres ROUt in the lamp where there eiioaid have been TheCily Council meetsMonday night DTherc is some talk of appointing Lug Jujuii Jxotlnvcll and Mat Silcr JIB policemen Two better men could not be found The Sunday dinners and suppers at x the Garrard Hotel continue to be very popular The meals are excellent in every respec...

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 May 1902

WA o x v c j 1Y 5 r t CORN BAR rrESTERS EJLRYESTERSWe IIj t Have Prices f I N + K F POSTLE I Successor to J C Robinson A 4 a V i 0 NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS INOEL MILLINERY New hats Of all kinds and of I Every description for Ladies and Misses Something to suit all In both SPRING and SUMMER effects < Take time to < Examine onr stock and < Remember OUR < I Styles are the CORRECT THINGS < t SISTERST J I + f + + + + + 4 t 4 1 1 + 44 1r + f + f iAbont The People i + t + t + + + t + + + + + Charley Walker of the Kay See was here Sunday Mr James Shackelford of Richmond was here Sunday J M Iliatt visited brother Allen of I > Danville Sunday r Ur Will Brooks of Cincinnati was a visitor here Monday Mr Ed Perkins and wife visited Mrs Ophelia Dunn Monday Shelby Tribble was in Richmond Sunday to see his mother Mr Hillary Partec of Nashville wa S here Saturday and Sunday l1 r John T Ball hman of Boyle S among the court day visitors i Miss Helen Thurmond visited Brod head Saturd...

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 May 1902

f > i fljQ M3L J < I Tg < g 3 g i t t oIT dG CJpIi57 t Par Value of Shares 1 00 Full Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo W Palmer vice nresideut NonAssessablei president C D Walker treasurer J W Aleorn counsel W McC Johnston secretary 2 A Money is always made by those who get valuable information XIMoney EARLY andact on itPROMPTLY A byt hose who go in at the START X who do business on the ground I floor there is no art in being late f It is those who ate EARLY who a make the MONEY The KEN TUCKY oil field is attracting the KENt t attention of the best oil men every where Experts have pronounced ° it unquestionably the coming field for the production of high grade refining oils The oil fields of New 2refining Pennsylvania and West Vir y ginia are gradually becoming ex hausted while Texas provides fuel oil only The great fortunes made I iu oil in those states will be du li cated many times in Kentucky in the next five years The only ques t tion is who sha...

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 May 1902

= rho treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic find astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application is just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the pot to make it boil True these give temporary relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it checks perspiration and the poisonous acids and vapors which should pass off through the skin are thrown back upon tho mucous membrane or inner skin 1 producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus 11O bnn L u Lu The Department of Agriculture has issued a statement of the foreign trade of the United States in agricul tural products It shows that during the fiscal year 1901 foreign countries purchased American farm products to the value of 152000000 representing the largest agricultural exports in our c history Compared with the record for 1100 they show an increase of ov...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 1 May 1902

i u h I ffljl rtil Jfg rgJfbrliJ fjfffJ1flffIfif1jllfJlfflJ1 Commencing Monday May 5th and continuing all week Majestic Cooking Exhibition I have arranged to have a man direct from the Factory to show my Friendsand Patrons that The GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE will last longer bake better and quicker heat more water and do all this in less time and with less fuel than any range made Biscuits Baked in Three Minutes I And served with delicious coffee free to all who call Be sure and come r1 FREEA Superior ior to any sold will be given to all who buy a Great Majestic Range at this exhibit < t IS AUCN ALL CCF Kt ttietvoi II K F POSTLEI Successor to J C Robinson I jffffffffJrfJJtijfff ffffliJlJJflJj J Jfi jrgJJff tff IJlltJJ Jr m 1 i = CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky May 1 l9 ° 2 FLATWOODS James Naylor sold a horse to James Elmore for 895 Fox Lawson shipped a load of hogs last week Rev Noah Smith has traded his farm that he recently bought from i James Hutchins to Lafavens for a farm i...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 1 May 1902
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 May 1902

a el t < w ht I tnttnl tt of SUSfBER 0 Entered at the lost Office In Lancaster Ky as Scen + ui Cass Mail JattcTNUMBEB T11I1t 1TlI 3IialC LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON YEART LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher j = ts wmr imfiJl 7ffflGiJ Y1JllJNJJ lJfl1fftJiJWdJ2 iP fl I D I Where Are You Going To Purchase f 0 0j o 0 r I I o 8 IHINI OV B o a 10 b II 0 o 1 j I J I 0o rJ I I I I I I I I I f I I I I I I I I I f o rn t We are in earnest we want your trade and we must have it and we are going to get it if high grade MERCHANDISE LOW PRICES and the LARGEST STOCK in Kentucky to select from have anythingf to do with it Talk this question over carefully determine which store can reasonably do the best tfor you Which store is doing the best such talk will bring you here We court discussion investi IE gation We are now ready for Spring buyers our variety is fascinating styles were never before so elegant and effective and low prices prices consistent with highgrade goods prevail It is not a I question o...

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 May 1902

I The Great Maj estic I f FREE Cooking Exhibition NOW GOING ON AT OUR STORE We want you to come in ANY DAY THIS WEEK and see the es MAJESTIC in operation have a Majestic biscuit and cup of delicious coffee and see the proof of the claims made for Majestic Ranges by a man direct from the factory He will show you that the Majestic excels all others They are made of MALLEABLE IRON and best open hearth cold rolled steel 10 to 50 per cent heavier throughout than any other range Flues lined with pure asbestos and the entire range riveted with the best Norway iron rivets Airtight and dusttight This explains why the Great Majestic Range will do its work in half the time and with half the fuel l x They will work equally well with hard or soft coal wood or cobs bake roast broil seethe or fry to perfection heat all the water you want almost instantly If given a good flue They will not clog with ashes allow smoke or soot to escape into the oven or kitchen They will not crack or break or subject...

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 May 1902

I r it t r h 1 J RI AI m U5 Um S S ia 5a > sy s a s L1i11 V dtY rn I SOL thEasterc Eec t oky Oil and Gas COCIpaJlY Lancastec h Vi 7 Y Par Value of Shares 100 Full Paid and NonAssessable IOFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo W Palmer vice president C D Walker treasurer Jo rn counsel W McC Johnston secretary g X Money is always made by those who get valuable information EARLY and act on itPROMPTLY byt hose who go in at the START who do business on the ground floor there is no art in being late It is those who ate EARLY who o make the MONEY The KEN TUCKY oil field is attracting the attention of the best oil men every where Experts have pronounced it unquestionably the coming field for the production of high grade refining oils The oil fields of New York Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia are gradually becoming ex hausted while Texas provides fuel oil only The great fortunes made in oil in those states will be du h eated many times in Kentucky in the next five years The only ques tion 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 May 1902

= r = = = flr CANCEROUS Are in many respects like other iilcers or UL C ERS sores and this resemblance often proves fatal Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal the sore with washes and salves because the germs of Cancer that are multi plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly develop ing keep up the irritation arid discharge and at last sharp shooting pains announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage and a hideous sickening cancerous sore begins its In February 1899 I noticod a small smalldestructive workIn > destructive wonc t lump on my lower lip The doctor cau No ulcer or sore can exist with ten sed it but another came and broke out some predisposing internal cause out into an open sore I began to take that has poisoned r the blood and the s s S and after I had taken seven bat tIes the place healed entirely and no ulcer the festertIes open dischargingsigns of the disease have been seen ing sore on the lip cheek or other since W ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 8 May 1902

i COOKING EXHIBITION THIS WEEK IENTRAL RECORD i SUPPLEMENT I i I ncaster Ky flay 8 1902 HAMMACK 1902I Bob White of Crab Orchard visit ed at Mrs S E Hammacks Sunday John Jones died Thursday eveningand was buried Saturday at FlatwoodRev I Munday preached his funeral at one p inMrs AJ Hammack is visiting ing Mrs Sarah Hammack this week jjpvMrs Celia Pointer has been very tk Jor the past week Mr A J iHunack was in this vicinity Satur leasing land Mrs Martha Bell s been at Mrs S E Hatnmacks for e past week I Farmers have been very busy this ek planting corn PREACHERS VI LLE I i W Evans sold 200 bushels of wheat W H Traylor for 90c Vm C Hutchins sold a horse to J C er for 890 and bought one from J A Ledford for 840 J P Rogers suld three cattle last ek for 816 per head J M Cress delivered to S Morgan 0 hogs which weighed 150 Ibs for t590 per hundred F F Cummins sold a calf to W D 11 more for 813 A C Sine of Stanford is pressing prospecting on the farm of B S nceford in search ot lead lie i...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 8 May 1902
Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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