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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

50 CENTS A YEAR IN ADVANCE IS IT 4 ITREAD F tI I V READ IT AND YOUII SURELY LIKE IT s4 + tJa l 11I T 1 10 il f II Let the poor be not forgotten and let those who have prospered remember those who r i 1 have not for the sincerest expression of gratitude is not in fulsome words of the mouth butl l sr J deeds of charity and kindness to those wh6 need help From GOV J C W BECK HAMS Thanksgiving Day Proclamation Today is the day of all days when all good citizens are called upon to take a retro spective view of the year which has gone by and to j give thanks to Almighty God for whatever of good has come into their lives Today is the day when most if not all of us sit down to our tables which I are loaded with the products of the farm and the field prepar 4 Awtl sics ob the tfootl wiv s and mothers of Kentucky can pre pare them and surrounded by our loved ones enjoy to the ut most such feasts as would de lightthe Gods All this is as TAKES A KENTUCKY BRIDE The Rev W T Amis who is so well an...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

Ar T You Should Be THANKFUL That You Are Healthy You Should He Thankful That It Was the Purity of OUR DRUGS THAT HAS HELPED MAKE YOU SO While we make a specialty of the Prescription business we also carry a most complete line of Drug Specialties and Toilet Articles I ArticlesT T J BALLARD the Druggist < DOWIEISM r J The people of Anderson county have always been wil 1 ling to listen to the word of God as delivered by the Rev Geo O Barnes who has for some time been conducting services at the Courthouse There I was a time when the coming of The Great Barnes was her aided throughout the county and our citizens would flock to town to hear him deliver in his master manner the wel come message Upon one occasion he drew i immense crowds made up of lifci i crippled sick and blindwho believed that by annointing I them he could relieve their I CtJrcat sufferings Again he j came to us not annointing I but receiving confessions and i j blessing and the people be r I lieved in him and followe...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

You Should Be THANKFUL That You Can I y Get of Us Such a SHOE as THE KING QUALITY For only 350 roWE HAVE cheaper and more expensive Shoes than The King Quality but we are pushing their sale because we know they are good We are also Agents for LAMM CO Americas largest tailoring house and sell SUITS THAT SUIT r OTTENHEIMER KING OTTENHEIMEREnough Enough to Put the Town on the Hog > Home > Some weeks past Mr W T Bond started to fattening twen tyone hogs near the Bond Lillard distillery and it is puz zling him now how he is going to get them home to kill them No one of them will weigh less than five hundred pounds and they are so fat they can hardly walk around the pen While the distance from his home to the distillery is only about onehalf a mile Mr Bond says he will give them two days in which to walk it r1 at the end of the given time all that had not reached the slaughtering pen will be given a ride that they will know nothing about The most beautiful line of Lamps to be found ...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

We Make Em We Use Em We Know Theyre Goodt You Try Em Youll Like Em Youll Say Theyre Good Dr Leathers Headache Tablets Larlppe Tablets Dyspepsia Tablets Little Liver Pills and Ru byline the Arent cure for chapped hands and skin softener For Sale by The lawrenceburg Drug Company You May Wish to Drive Out to the Country today to Eat Your Turkey j And if such you do 1 You should be very Thankful that there is a Livery Barn in the town with the horses and conveyances that we have We await your order to hitch 1 w tl up and send a rig to you R L DEDMAN P0 4 Use Bonds Cream FLOURI I There Is No Pure Whisky Any More Such you lace heard many say and there are many w11o have IcruI to Is tiere that such I true hilt cce will tuaantve that no Ialrm lOr ours er made i Much a remark Xt only J0 vo wit IHAf WHICH 18 PURE I but we handle only the very best brands of Whiskey made in the I Slate and we solicit your trade R C Renfro Harrodsburg Ky II I I Young Thieves I Lee Mcnux and Willie Watts two vot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

f = MAKES THE 75 WHITEST OF BREAD J jI ilc Highly Recommended The following letter from Jeffersonville 0 under date of Nov 19th and signed by Messrs Smith J Todd M F Herndon and J W Howard managers has been received at this place Mr Plaster of Paris play ed our house on Nov 18th to capacity on bad night Our people more than pleased All good characters tine people No mistake can be made by booking the above attraction This company will appear at the Court House tomorrow night flightThis This weather is playing hav oc with the writers of home made poetry owing to the fact that they have not as yet been given the opportunity to tell of the beautiful snow This second crap of young I onions lettuce radishes rasp berries greens and all such I garden truch strikes us much better than having to put on snow shoes to go out and look up twenty cents worth of cash business that we may buy a pumpkin or a soup bone A real 150 Lamp for only i5c Blue Grass Gro Co i Im Telling You i THAT Bonds Cream...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

Why They Are Thankful Mahan McAfee Thankful for our increase in business G B Hawkins I am thankful for the liberal patronage the good people of Anderson county have seen fit to jive us during the past year D T McCarty I will be more thankful when the City Council builds a workhouse to hold the law breakers A C With rspoon Thankful that we are hold ing our own J W Shousc Thankful that Iam still alive and will be found at the same old stand with the best line of dress foods in town H S Carl Im thankful that I have not been forced to patronize myself II in the coffin line Geo W Hutcheson Im thankful that we have such a food chance to get a 1 government building that we may have a better and more convenient place of business J P McWilliams I Im thankful that I was may or of the city when the brick lJ 0 streets were put in and water Yo works and electric lights vot J ed for J vt ISam I Sam King Most thankful that it was Ottenheimer and not me who had to walk home from the Tyrone wreck Tu...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

CASTINGS Often Bring Poverty But Our NewlyArrived and Complete Line of SILK WAISTINGS Will Bring Hap piness to You You Must Come in and See Them and while You Are in Ask to See Our Beautiful Line of FLANNELS I WATERFILL BROS Department Store 0 FINE PERFORMANCE The School Maam Presented by Home Talent Pleases a Large Audience The production of the come dy The School Maam byi the ladies of the Presbyterian church last Thursday night was one of the most successful i amateur performances ever given in this city j The audience was the larg j est ever gathered in the spa cious Circuit Court room and judging from the peals of laughter and the volumes of applause it enjoyed the play from first to last The several parts were well sustained by those participat t ing in the performance The work of Mrs Mary Dowling Bond as the persecuted school I maam Frank Ripy as Un dertow the selfmade man Mrs D A McAfee as Mrs Undertow Willie Johnson as Johnnie Grump Miss Allie Lyen as Marly Undertow and Har...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

IT Enteri at the 1Ioffice In Latrencchurll Ky at ccolldla mall matter O Coleman Cox Editor W P Marsh Assistant Editor Morton Green Publisher 1ts matter I original and cannot be foun olwltc ill watchword It Onward and Upward It pnl uniethlnir now novel and cn tertainir each and every week It In the Peoples Paper TERMS SO cent per year In advance Advertitine rater on application Thursday November 27 1002 Announcements m For Representative Pa ntertteareauthorizedtoannounc dldate fr reelection 10 tine office 01 itepre ntatlve frulll Anderson county In the Low er Ifoue of the next General Anantbly subject 10 the action of the lJIIcraUe party partyChampion tte are authorized to an Champion nuance W lnAuetoa as a candidate for Representative from An ilerson county In the Lower House of lite next General Assembly subject to the liteI tlon of the Democratic party I We Are Going to Have I An Opera House ouseI Prominent business men ol the town arc now getting plans I k for the erection of a m...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

KILL EM QUICK Thats what we have decided to name our Booze Joint They dont die in the house for we throw em out when we have finished em up Our place is not only headquarters for bad booze but we have fitted up lodge rooms for the following orders Anarchists Lead Pipe Artists Sneak Thieves Bunco Men Gold Brick Merchants and Porch Climbers If you dont belong to any of these orders take about four drinks of Old Prentice Old Taylor J Pi Ripy Cedar Brook or Old Joe and well guarantee youll kill at least six men in less than two days We also have teachers to learn your boys to gamble and swear in short order The depot agent across the street from us will sell him a roundtrip ticket to many places but the point we send him to has no return trains You know the above to be true dont you S R Howsers Southern Exchange Stop It Why great goodness man youll be baldheaded the first thing you know Better Let Us Cure That Dandruff for You This Very Day Remember that delay is danI gerous No need to ...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 27 November 1902

Your SHAPE Cuts No Figure If You Buy Your Fall and Winter SUIT or OVERCOAT of ual We carry on a Merchant Tailoring business and guarantee our customers everything that ought to be guaranteed in madetomeasure garments for men and boys OUR LINE IS BIG We carry upwards of four hundred patterns in the Newest Brightest and Nobbiest Fabrics STYLE DURABILITY GOODNESS All these points are found in our garments Our Trimmings Linings etc are THE BEST Why pay 540 S50 and 560 when we can do you just as good for 520 525 and 5351 Pay Less and Dress Better more and not tell you so much Give us a call when needing anything our line Isuch such as the welldressed gentlemen wear Let us show you G B HAWKINS 8 GO I We Are THANKFUL ToDay THAT YOU ARE THANKFUL to us for the BARGAINS we have given you during the past prosperous year and should you be in want of a Buggy Carriage Road or Farm Wagon Harness Saddlery or Farming Implements we will be THANKFUL to you if you will call and look at our immense line...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

50 CENTS A VEAR IN ADVANCE IS IT J IT e lM YL > READ IT AND VoULL SUHEIV LIKE IT = VVOL I Lawrenceburg Ky Thursday December 18 1902 NO7 I II Tom Allen Gets Properly Dehorned I Last Friday evening about eight oclock the report came to us that Tom Allen had been killed While the information was given to us as reliable we felt no hesitancy in offering odds of 100 to 1 on Life plac ing Death in the field at long odds Notwithstanding the strong tip that was out on Death the wise looked upon Life as a sure thing and t would not even place money on Death to show Were it true that the good die young we would on ly remember Tom as an infant i for if there ever was a good t for nothing nigger on earth it is Tom Allen lie Bro Geo O Barnes and John Alexander Dowey right or wrong about the end of all things being near at hand we are willing to wager a small amount that Tom never dies On the evening mentioned Tom and Harry De Bond had some difficulty in Duncans sa loon and when Tom started up ...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

Only a Few More Days Until Christmas Have You Made All of Your Purchases 1 Whether youve bought or not it would be well worth your while to visit our store and sec our unequaled lines of fine Stat uary China Photo Frames Pictures Mirrors Pocketbooks Leather Goods of every description and hundreds of other Novel ties Give us a call DruggistThe The only Book Store in the City Christmas Donts Dont talk love to the clerks during the holiday rush Dont delay making your Christmas purchases until Christmas eve and expect to lind the clerks idly waiting for you youDont Dont call up the merchant when you know he is busy and ask him to run across the street and tell some one to come to the phone Dont stand around and talk to the clerks after you have made your purchases Me has others to wait on and custom ers coining in and seeing you I there will think him busy and I leaeI Dont smoke while in the stores as many of the mer chants carry fireworks and there is much danger of lire Dont go to Lex...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

1 Purchasers Guide Prices That Appeal to Your Pocketbook Candies Fancy A 15 Gum Drops per pound > ic Best Choice Mixed Candy eo 7 c Good Stick Candy i > < c Fancy Mixed Id c Taffy Mixed10 c Assorted Caromels 10 c Boston Peanut Hock 10 c Fancy Chocolate Drops 10 c Butter Daisies 15 c Cream Dates H 15 c Shryocks Stick 12 Jc Best French Cream 20 c Best Cream Chocolates 20 c Princess Handmade Mixed Candy 25 c Nuts Soft Shell Almonds per pounds IHc Brazils 15c Large English Walnuts IHc Pecans 15c Filberts 15c Best Mixed Xuts 15c Cocoanuts 5c and hide 2 Crown London Layer Raisins per potmd12e Best 4 Crown London Layer Raisins 20c Fancy Figs toe Bananas per dozen 15c Oranges 15c Lemons 15c Apples per peck 30 Fireworks of all kinds at Lowest Prices Dressed Dolls Klc to 150 Undressed dolls 5c to 50c 50cA A box of 50 good Cigars > 5c a leader P t I I While we cant bake your Christmas cake we have all thats Brood to IO in it I J I ITurner 8Hyattthe Grocersf > JI Mrs Akoria Price...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

V To the People of Anderson County Having purchased of the administrators ofmy former partner llr J L Frohman his interest in the GENTS FURNISHINGS SHOES and CLOTHING STORE we have been conducting in Lawrenccburg for the past three years I wish to say that in thc future as in the past Iwill have for your inspection a line second to none in Central Kentucky I wish to thank thc good people of Anderson county for the most liberal patronage you have given us in thc past and assure you that a continuation of same would be most highly appreciated Yours truly trulyI I HIRSCH P SIr Chas A Routt who has so long been connected with this store as salesman will remain with us if DID YOU EVER f See a county paper which contained a more attractive lot advertising matter than does IT There is scarcely a State in the Union whose name does not appear on our mail ing list and those away from us will see and know that there are no drones in the business beehive of old Lawrenceburg A copy of our paper ...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

r U Me Needs the Money SUPPOSE KE DOES thats no reason why you should pay him more money for CLOTHING Shoes Hats Gaps Dress Goods Cloaks Groceries Harness Wagons or anything else than we price them to you at We do carry an immense stock of goods but no more than our trade demands We do buy a great amount of PRODUCE but that is because we pay the Highest Prices which warrants you in bringing it to us We want your trade and are offering every inducement to get it Can we have yours J B BLACK VAN BUREN KY m Entertained r Misses Mahel and Bonnie Hutcheson most beautifully en tertained last Saturday even ing in honor of their charm ing visitor Miss Keichenberg of Harrodsburg Those pres ent from other places were Miss Mary Hedden of Shelby ville and Mr Marcus Jones of Frankfort Mr Jones is I quite an accomplished nuisi I dan and possesses a very line voice He pleased those pres ent by rendering several very pretty songs A most charm in iT luncheon was served and many enjoyable games were i...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

l DROWNED DROWNEDRichard Mrs Richard Monroe a most estimable widow aged fiftyfive years living in the neighborhood of Mt Pleasant church was drowned Monday while attempting to cross Pun cheon creek in a buggy while the stream was swollen from the heavy rain of the night previous Her fourteenyear oldson who was with her narrowly escaped with his life by catching the bushes growing on the bank of the creek and the horse and bug gy were taken out of the stream some distance below the crossing Mrs Monroe was one of the most respected women in that neighborhood and was a consistent member r of the Mt Pleasant church Three sons and one daughter survive her The remains t were interred at Dugansville I J Bitten by a Mad Cat r John B Willis Jr the son of Mr J B Willis of Tyrone t was bitten on the hand Mon day by a mad cat The child i was at once brought to town townI ° to have the madstone owned cl1l L 4II Mr S O Ilackley applied I tot 1hc first time it was placed to e i the hand it adhered...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

HAVE YOU SEEN Santa Glaus If not You Have Not Visited Our Store This Week He Is With Us in All His Glory < His Line of TOYS CANDIES FRUITS Fran Bs Very Fine and Complete and He Talk Us That Our SHOES HATS AND DESS PATTERNS Are Just the Things for Xmas Presents I tt t TVV BROTHERS VV J JL JL JLVJl JL i JL 4 t The Christmas Season Now with Christmas day only one week off when it is expected that the children of our firesides will be made hap py with the small reminders of parental love which in the total amount will be commen surate with the depth of the pocketbook or the length of the bank account of pater familias when parents al most without exception are debating with themselves the amounts which they can afford to expend for presents or for the Christmas feast when at least for one day in fond re J membrance or with no thought of Him whose natal day we celebrate all the world becomes akin when personal J jealousies or personal griev ances are temporarily laid aside and when al...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

IT Entered at the in + tofiia III 1IIIIIr < Kr an xecondcla IIIail IIIaller O Coleman Cox Editor W P Marsh Assistant Editor Morton Green Publisher u HumilUT iaoriiihial and call not ho found elrwhere elrwherelt Hi watchword in Onward and 1aoI It P1I10 emethinir now it orl ant rn 1lnll each and very wok It Rh the PolsInIft Pallor TERMS J eI Ir year in adanee Advertising rates nil tpplicatio Thury DrIIuhlJr 13 1002 Announcements AnnouncementsFor For Rupronentactin Pa raterwr analithorizd tomtnoanee Paynter II tomtnoaneeY CMPvvxvtkaacandhtat n elalive from Andersen county in the Low er Ilme of tin next loifral Aw nthls ubjl lo the action of Hi Ikm ratic party Champion Noun anihnricri Inc ana candidate for Kii > niniiiailvi > front All derent anmty in the Lower avow of the 111 tannest Aninihly nlijcl to the ae Icon of tits Democratic party Letter to Santa Claus DMAK SANTA Crts As a little girl in the fifth tirade I want to ask you to please be good enough to re member me and pu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

Suitable for Presents AIN Our Royal Arch Masons Royally Entertain Prominent Brother Masons Doubtless the most noted gathering of prominent and highdegree members of the Masonic order ever held save at a meeting of the Grand Lodge was held here last Fri day night when Messrs E M Leathers John Fa rice and M L Chowning were initiated initiatedI into the mysteries of Royal Arch Masonry by Lawrence burg Chapter No 138 R A M assisted by a drilled degree team from Lexington and af ter the initiatory ceremonies were concluded High Priest C M Lillard Jr called the brothers from labor to refresh ment and adjourning to the Lawrenceburg Hotel the lo I cal chapter and visiting broth ers sat down to the most sump tuous banquet ever spread in this city During the progress of the banquet speeches were delivered by Eminent Grand Commander Frank Johnson of Louisville Deputy Eminent Grand Commander George A Lewis of Frankfort Grand Warder John Kramer of Lex ington Past Grand High Priest J Soule Smith ...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 18 December 1902

IT OUGHT TO BE EASY W TO SELECT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS from our full store Our line was never so large and beautiful as this year If you have not seen anything to suit you it is your fault for you have not visited our store Come in today and take a look at our stock Our prices arc reasonable and will doubtless suit you The Lawrenceburg Drug Company V In our writeup of the Otis case last week by some means the name of Judge Barker was substituted for that of Ttul e Thos K Gordon We do not wish to apologize for such an inexcusable mistake but we do wish to state that all of the good things said of Judge Barker were intended for Judge Gordon who made many friends among us by the man ly and vigorous light he made for his client in the trial of that case and it is unnecessa ry for us to say that none of t have a warmer feeling for the genial judge than have we A large Laundry Basket would be a nice present for ally housewife housewifeWaterlill Waterlill Bros Fruits of all kinds at Cos Corner...

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