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It. (Lawrenceburg, Ky.) 190?-19??, November 27, 1902, Image 7

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CASTINGS Often Bring Poverty
But Our NewlyArrived
and Complete Line of
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
I WATERFILL BROS Department Store
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
Harry McAfee as Trueblood
being especially good And
too the work of John P John
son as Jamie McWhack the
janitor must not be overlook
I edas it was he who discover
I ed the criminal who burned
the schoolhouse and relieved
the pretty teacher from her
j embarrassmentsThe
The program was varied by
I specialties thrown in between
i the scenes by Miss Nettie
Smith of Lexington whose
house and by Miss Marion
Johnson whose dancing was
Coleman Cox who sang Im
Going to Leave made but
one mistake and that was in
not doing so before he sang
The receipts of the evening
amounted to eightyfive dol
lars which will leave the soci
ety some seventy dollars to
the good IT congratulates
the ladies on their splendid
success i
Messrs A Hawkins Co
have bought of Mr J L Bond
the six thousand turkeys that
the latter was to kill at Bond
ville and will slaughter them
here Mr Hawkins has pur
chased turkeys from Shelby
Woodford Mercer Spencer
and Anderson counties and
starting last Tuesday are tp
kill from 1000 to 2000 per day
until Christmas
Use Bonds Cream Flour
Lawrenceburg Pulpits
It is a little significant that
the week after the appearance
< of the first issue of the new
< paper at Lawrenceburg that
the three congregations of the
city were suddenly aroused to
the necessity of employing
pastors They had been get
ting along with empty pulpits
for some time but just as soon
as IT made its debut all three
protestant churches sent out I
calls for a pastor and we get i
this reliable news from the I
newlyborn babe ITself I
Rev Geo O Barnes is preach I
ing in Lawrenceburg Has IT
anything to do with the fourth
preachers being called to Law
renceburgHarrodsburg Dem
Yes Brer Grimes these are
all foreign missionaries sent
here by Brer Bowmar of the
Woodford Sun to try and save
us and free us from vulgarity
with which we are charged by
his last issue on account of the
Osborne writeup
Mr Frank Mitchell sold to
Cabel McKee of Fox Creek a
5pearold mare for 665
Use Bonds Cream Flour
B Morgan R II Wither i
Jas Morgan have returned
from their Casey county hunt
ing trip They report having
had fine sport killing 158
quails in two days hunt
While they were in conversa
1 tion a few days since in front
of Morgan Hyatts stable
some one who was helping to
back a large wagon out cried
out to the man doing the guid
ing swing and no quicker
than said the hunters began
to shake their feet and go at
it Of course we dont mean
to say that they have been at
tending theII country break
downs in Casey county
A Big Turnip Turns Up
Warren Bros have on dis
play in their window a turnip
that was grown in the lower
part of the county which
weighs ten pounds ten ounces
and measures thirtysix and
onehalf inches around
J W Major last week pur
chased of Verrailles parties
three carloads of corn
Use Bonds Cream Flour

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