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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 22 January 1903

Stick to the Resolution You Made on New Years Morn Never to take a drink during the year I When the year is three hundred and sixty live days old renew the resolution Believe me as a lifetime handler of whisky when I tell you as I tell all that it will send you to ruin Your demands keep me selling such brands as Old Joe Old Taylor Old Pepper Cedar Brook Old Prentice Etc 5 R Howser The Fashion I to EatI WILL PREVAIL DURING THE COMING YEAR AS IX THE PAST ONE AND THE ORIGINATORS OF THE NEW STYLES WILL AS IN THE PAST HE I W rr r i The FancyI Grocery Folks Use Bonds Cream FLOUR j Our Superior ServiceWarranted Warranted You GivingUs Us Your Trade Duringthe the past year and we hope to hold it this year Hartman WILL TAKE ACTION County Judge John S Odell was a caller at our oflicc last Thursday to refute thc chargcs or rather the complaints made to us which were printed in IT as to the condition of the coun ty roads and courthouse The Judge says that owing to the heavy rains the roads of th...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 22 January 1903

The Largest Stock of Vehicles AT THE LOWEST PRICES Lawrenceburg Buggy Implement Co gollhEIlissiollers sale Anderson Circuit Court Kentucky Nellie 11 Coir Ailnirx IllfT VK 1IlIlah Cole Vc IVfls IS EQUITY Icy virtue ufa Judgment and orders Sal of hl Anderson Circuit ct n lId1 at till 1IcIIIIr irrm thrrrof l112 In thr Itceat almvr calls r tr the sum nf fl32Jno the amount of tin debt Inirrrot and cost to da r sale I shall proceed in offer for Salo at 1 hr CmrthmtA dr III Lawn nceburu Ks l I lie hlIt bidder at Public Auction on Monday January 19th 03 ug ugfount l IVrl v Tetit n time equal 1aanatts the rlIwllll T acrll d prmfwrtywito LOT XII f kllwlI a It A III tint 11 vision of Ih 1 1Ir S II Junes deaI Ik n Ite autttt side of tlo comity rudcomic 1IllIlIllIltat 1I IIIa stone III till comic t1 rI Corner to Preley Cola thI1 with his line 333 I H alt dr lo riiturr 2 a stmn thrncr X wi W M poles lo FiKure 3 a stone in Little Willow hIIIeh timer loun same X 67a IV 12 poles N J7 V 4S laden X &l...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 22 January 1903
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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 5 February 1903

IIItu I r Ow oJ 50 CENTS A YKAK IN ADVANCE is IT lI ITREAD I READ IT bE AND YOULL SUXIPX IIJJ IT J 13r I JOHN WASH Starts Out to Hobo It To Illinois Well so long boys its a case of to the blind baggage and out of town for me the old man has run me off and I have made up my mind to leave for good and tryand make a man of myself Such was the parting salute fired by our r old friend John Wash onIon day eyening and the last seen of him he was cn the front 1cnd of the baggage car on the late train into Louisville Whopper as he was better known was not what one could well call a bad boy but just a boy that older heads would suggest pranks to and who full of fun would take their advice and act John has many times left home for a trip through the South and without any difficulty make the return trip and talk of the country passed through and sights seen as though he had made the trip in King Edwards observation car When he was talking of his trip to some Illinois town Monday night he talked...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 5 February 1903

TomThumb Thumb Was a Small Man and your BILL will be small if you deal at T J BALLARDS A Full Explanation That We Gladly Publish Your letter in relation to the public building at Law renceburg has just been re ceived No bills of this char acterwill be considered by the committee during this short session except casesjnvolving especially urgent circum stances I have been before the committee twice and the members tell me that we have a good case but we must wait until the next session They further advise that it would be improper to press for a re 04 port now because an unfav ° t orable report might be made Vand this would be a serious I obstacle to the further prog of the billat ress at the next session The people of Law renceburg ought to give me credit for knowing better how to proceed and when to pro I ceed than they can possibly i know at that distance Tell them that I have no other bills for a public building and that I am pursuing that course which will in my judgment best sec...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 5 February 1903

1 1J w A Few More Barrels I OF MILEAGE OVER THE BOOZE ROUTE to that land which is hotter than this and the land where they dont shovel snow The mileage is well put up in quart packages and labelled OLD JOE OLD PEP PER OLD PRENTICE J P RIPY W H McBRAYER and OLD McKENNA S R HOWSERS Southern Exchange Fred Hartman HartmanFace Pace sore eh No fault of ours but a fault of yours in not coming to our antiseptic shop for work t JLee Adkison Use Bonds Cream ijlrn FLOUR ij Formerly Galt House Has been well fitted up and put In the brit of condition and may well be called The Best 200 a Day Hotel in Central Kentucky Special Attention given our friends of the county to whom we are always glad to serve meals at 35 Cents Jas Holman Prop IS IT TRUE That the law gives the City Council the right to require propertyholders to construct sidewalks in front of their holdingsThat That the Council has the right to say how the walks shall be constructed and to limit the time in which the work shall be done ...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 5 February 1903

At Harrodsburg tonight The Mercer County Commer cial Club will entertain and several of our citizens have been fortunate enough to re ceive invitations to be present Mercer county is fast coming to the front in a commercial way and much credit is due to the young business men of the county who have taken matters into their own hands and are rapidly pushing the countys business interests for ward For the last three months we have made every effort to get the business men of this city and county to organize and make some effort to promote the interests of the county What success have we met with and what effort is being made to organize a business mens club like those of our neighboring counties None whatever we can quickly answer What is the trouble Nothing whatever save that t each man is waiting for the J iother fellow to fake the first 1f step As we have often told L c Ayou the other fellow is dead lsi + f v and it is up to you to get a t ft move on youi 1 1 A Geo Warford of Orr s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 5 February 1903

s ITff SUPPLEMENT LAWRENCEBURG KY FEBRUARY 51903 Like the Ground Hog The Fiscal Court Gets Scared and Runs Back Which Means Many Years More of Bad Court House At the meeting of the Fiscal Court or rather at a meeting made up of men supposed to represent such a court held here on Tuesday to inspect the plans drawn by Mr Col lins of Louisville for the remodeling of the Courthouse the following important busi ness was transacted NOTH ING In fact we are offering f a premium of a round trip ticket to the Worlds Fair to the man woman or child who can think of anything that this body has ever done in the past or to call to our atten tion anything that they may do between now and the open ing of the fair which is yet a year or more off According to appointment Mr Collins arrived and presented the plans drawn by him for the repair ing of the house which were somewhat after this style The second floor was to be lowered four feet a balcony placed in the rear of the room for colored people a st...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 5 February 1903

4 At the meeting of the men that are employed by the county to allow county claims on Tuesday J R Soard a poor man presented a claim for 800 which amount was justly due him for four days teaming to the pesthouse and a claim for 440 for coal that he had gotten of E E Spencer Co for the people confined at the pesthouse Both of these claims they refused to pay Now what kind of business would you call that We have the kind of timothy seed that are clean and sure to grow Do you want some of them today todayBLUB BLUE GRASS GROCERY Co For some weeks past we have noticed a very attractive young shade tree standing at the courthouse door Is it a new one some one has brought in to add to our collection or is it a part of one of ours that some relic seeker has cut down to take home with him Youll soon be wanting to plant your clover seed and when you do dont forget that we are the people who sell em cheap cheapBiua BLUE GRASS GROCERY Co The friends of Mr Atilla Green are in receipt of an invit...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

r ern 50 CENTS A YEAR IN ADVANCE IS IT ITREAD READ HIT AND YOU11 SURE LIRE IT IJ J Need Painting Why is it that in most towns the telephone poles are painted and made to look like they had a right in the city and were not a string of limbless cedar trees along a country hillside In most every city of any size the city requires this done and the telephone people are not in the least slow to comply with the law for the painting of the poles protects them and guarantees many more years of use While we have become somewhat accustomed to their looks ourselves to strangers it seems as though some one had neglected their duty J City fathers instruct your yaurclerk warkI done and if the request is not complied with then pass a city ordinance requiring it and then make your request in the form afa demand It takes longer to get the mail from the depot to the postoffice than it does for it to come from Versailles It is a common thing to see the wagon that the mail is brought to the postoffice ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

A GREAT CONTEST We now have on display in our window A Wax Candle which is three feet six inches tall and two and threefourths inches in diameter This candle will be lighted Monday morning March 23d 1903 at 10 oclock and commencing Monday morning Feb 23d we will give With Each Cash Purchase of 50c a guess as to the length of time the candle will burn Should your purchase be less than 50c a ticket will be given you for the amount and when you have secured SOc worth the guess can be made The First Prize will be A Handsome Medallion valued at 750 and the Second Prize A Medallion valued at 400 The Prizes arc beautiful and are now on display at our store = T J BALLARD the Druggist Last Saturday was Valen tine Day and many were they who were made glad sad and mad upon opening letters and packages received from un known senders Being a little on the watch to see the kind received by some of our citi zens we were lucky enough to see a few of them which we give believing as we do that they w...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

J THE ARKANSAW TRAVELER MAY NOT HAVE WANTED A GOOD ROOF BUT YOU DO You may not do roofing but we do And if youll tell us what you want us to do well be right there to do it We have Workmen of Experience in all lines of Tin and Copper Work D C Hagerman Hardware Co A JOLLY COMPANY t Graduating Class of 1903 Entertained by Prof Bell The Lawrenceburg Graded Schools will this year grad uate the largest class of its history and on last Friday night Prof Bell the efficient Principal of the school ten dered the class a reception which will be long remember c ed by all of them as one of the most enjoyable occasions of their lives There are sixteen I members of this class and not only is it the largest ever graduated here but it is one of the best in class standing and all but one of the class were present during the even ing At the entertainment of that evening the house was handsomely decorated in hearts presumably in honor of St Valentines day even the cakes which graced the table at lunch...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

TOMORROW NIGHT WILL NEVER COME And a more complete line of TOILET ARTICLES STATIONERY DRUG SPECIALTIES AND PURE DRUGS than ours will never come to this city We are also agents for the famous LEASES CANDIES and keep a fresh stock on hands at all times Call and see us LAWRENCEBURG DRUG COMPANY DrC A LEATHERS Sole Owner Some weeks past a gentle man of this county who is greatly interested in the poul try business made a trip to Sidney Ohio to inspect the large chicken industry of John Laughlin and a talk with him regarding the much talked of fattening of chickens by machinery is indeed interest ing Mr Laughlin has in use 30 incubators which are heated by steam and 90 days after the chicken has been hatched it is on its way to Boston in a refrigerator car as a two pound broiler This one party whose plant uses up many acres of ground sells each year one hundred thousand of these broilers to Eastern markets as well as seventy three thousand dozen of eggs Aside from the slaughtering of the...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

t WIDE OPEN Why is it that when a few men who enjoy a little game of drawpoker occasionally have to gather together like sneak thieves going up and down every side street in the city 00up and down stairs and then into some dark and dreary hole in the wall to spend a few hours at their game only to learn after the game is started that they have been watched with an eagle eye and if not arrested then and there their names are report ed to the grand jury and they are indicted and brought into court and fined twentyfive or fifty dollars when we have right here on Main street a gaming room in which more money is won and lost in a day than was ever lost over any poker table in the city Again when these poker play 40 ers have a game it is conduct ed in a most quiet manner no one but the players are per t mitted in the room no drunk en men are there to use pro fane language nor little boys i present to learn gambling Is there a boy in this city is there a man in this city or in fact a lady ...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

THEY DIDNT THINK It Would but It Didi We Dont Think It Will but It May With egress by the stairway cut off by flames Miss Mary Martin a school teacher at Thayer 111 saved the lives of fifty children by dropping them from the secondstory window which crippled many of them for life though no lives were lost We repeat the above as read from the pa pers Tuesday thinking that it might call to mind the fact that there is not a day but what the children of Lawrence burg have the same opportu nities of meeting such a fate at the dilapidated old shack that we have for a city school building By this lady suc ceeding in saving these young lives we judge that the building was of brick and such being the case she had plenty of time to save the lit tle folks but were a fire to start in the old building we have it would burn like so much powder and there would be little chance to rescue any body Oh our house is all right there is no danger you say Yes and that is what the fathers and mothers of Th...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

The following is an extract from a letter just received from Mr Williams regarding the building ofa large roller mill at this place You can say to the people of Anderson county that the mill which we will erect and for which we now have plans drawn will have a capacity of 200 barrels a day and will be the most modern mill in Central Ken tucky We believe that Law renceburg centrally located as it is is the place best suited for us to locate a mill to han dle the growth of Central Kentuckys grain The com pany is well backed by capital and experience and work will be begun just as soon as the weather will permit While we are unable to learn as to the exact location of the new mill rumor has it that it will be erected on the railroad not far froni the depot Mr Marion L Chowning our popular Superintendent of Public Schools has purchased a half interest in the Ander son News and will devote what time he can spare from his public duties to the gath ering up of news for the News Mr Chowning...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

IT Entered at the pootoffice In Lawrencebnnr Ky ao oecondcla mall matter O Coleman Cox Editor W P Marsh Assistant Editor Morton Green Publisher Ito mailer Is original and cannot be round elsewhere Its watchword In Onward and Upward It presents something new novel and en tertalnll each and every k It Is the Peoples Paper TERMS 50 cents per year In advance Adenlolnll rates on application Thursday February 10 1OO3 Announcements AnnouncementsFor For Representative tvntff We are authorized loannounce eareauthorizedtoannouncey 7 DR C M IAYNTEK at a car dldatefor reelection to the office of Repre sentative from Anderson county In the Low er flounced the next General Assembly subject to the action of the Democratic party ChamoJnn We are authorized to an Champion nmince JL C CHAMPION an a candidate for Representative from An derson county In the Lower House of the next General Assembly subject to the aCt lion of the Democratic party Last week a gentleman from Alton came to me and wanted to k...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

r Embroideries i = = and LACES In all the latest werei very styles and patterns were 7 t received at our big store the first of the week jt > Will You Want Yours Today iWill WATERFILL X BROS 15i M v > f 4jfc4 fi 4 J1c f < A Happy Gathering Judge S P Martin of Tyrone on last Thursday gave a dinner in honor of the sixtysecond anniversary of the birth of his estimable wife which was partaken of by all of her brothers and sisters save one and by a number of the friends of this worthy couple Mrs Martin and six brothers and sisters survive out of a family of eight the oldest of the family being Uncle Tom Coke who is now sixtyseven years of age Six of the liv ing members of this family now reside in this county and one in Kansas The combined ages of those present at the dinner is 370 years After a day pleasantly spent in recall ing the memories of former 1 days the company separated one and all wishing that Mrs Martin may live to enjoy the celebration of many more anni versaries s...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

THEY SAID Im from Missouri Youll Have to Show Me and the Turf Investment Co Showed Them The recent swindle at St Louis Mo perpetrated by the Turf Investment Co which has just brought to light the facts that the people of that and other Stares had been buncoed for a half million of dollars by these getrichquick promoters in which they are the only ones who succeed in getting rich at the expense of the people who go blindly into things has caused a full investigation of all such companies in that State and their being forced to close their doors and quit business We had the same kind ofa bunch of bunco steers here at Lexington and although their doors were closed and they were indicted by the grand jury four or five times each upon the charge 1by embezzlement not one of them has ever been pun ished Two of the ring lead ers that came over to this city t and induced their friends to i get on to the good thing thinga County Court each upon four plain charges of stealing and though court ...

Publication Title: It
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — It. — 19 February 1903

1 1 Ministers Are Exactly Right in Talking Down Whiskey It is the cause of ninetenths of the wrecked homes and fills our prisons with young men I who otherwise would have been of worth I have always talked against it though I have handled it all of my life and the demand keeps me handling such famous brands as Old Joe X Old Taylor X J P Ripy X W H McBraycr X Old McKenna X Old Taylor X Old Pepper I t S R HOWSERS Southern Exchange Tyrone Tyrone is a seemingly unim portant town lying on the Kentucky river between two cliffs and has not much to rec ommend it to the casual obser ver coming from the outside world But this little place manufactures more whisky than any other town in the State outside of Louisville Ripy Sour Mash is known all over the world and alii Mr Ripy is no longer with us in the flesh his Spirits still rule the destinies of our people for weal or for woe Mr T B Ripy who was always 4fknown as a clever gentleman and as the friend of the poor of Tyrone in 1868 bought the...

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