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It. (Lawrenceburg, Ky.) 190?-19??, February 19, 1903, Image 3

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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
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
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 luncheon being baked in
heart shape
The first game played was a
Heart Hunt in which the
lost organ was found by Miss
Mae Trent while Miss Mabel
Spencer proved herself the
most skillful hunter present
capturing more of the elusive
hearts than any other contest
ant The prices were heart
shaped pins
Then came a game of Hearts
in which the first prize was
won by Miss Mabel Spencer
the second by Miss Mae
Trent while the Booby
prize was taken by Harry
After this came a Word
Contest the first prize going
to Miss Bessie Crain and the
second to Clarence Woods
and after this came the Fish
Pond in which none but mem
bers of the class were allowed
to fish The fish proved to be
valentines enclosed in envel
opes containing gold pins
with a setting of highly orna
I mented hearts
An elegant luncheon was
served and music furnished by
Ezra Fiddler the wellknown
RagTime Piano player
The members of the class
are Misses Artie Ripy Mabel
Spencer Nell Campbell Allie
Lyen Mae Trent Martha
Moore Emma Greene Bessie
Crain Messrs John Dowling
Harry Booth Clarence Woods
Joe Woods Eddie Mountjoy
Rob Feland Lucien McBrayer
Sterling Boggess and Charles
Crossfield Lucien McBrayer
being the only member of the
class who was not present
J T Bailey of McBrayer
last week sold to Mountjoy
Speer a nice bay gelding for
Navy Beansl Oh yes we
have em at 5c a pound
New Railroad Superin
Mr B C Milner of St
Louis Mo has been appoint
ed to fill the vacancy of Super
intendent of the Southern
Railroad made vacant by the
resignation lof Mr Morley
The people of this city were
greatly in hopes that the call
ing of Camp King to Wash
ington D C on the day Mr
Morley resigned meant that
he was to be appointed to the
office but such was not the
case So well were Mr Kings
brother employees satisfied of
his fitness for the office that
they were quite confident of
his being appointed and much
surprised at such not being
Use Bonds Cream Flour
Market Basket
Containing Twenty Articles You Use Every Day
Think of Arbuckles Coffee being sold at 5c a package Pota
toes at 5c a peck and Pie Peaches 5c a can
One peck Irish Potatoes ScOne
One can Pie Peaches s
One pair Shoo Strings ScOne
One pound Arbuckle Coffee ScOne
One Lead Pencil SCOne
One box Cleaned Currants ScOne
One can String Beaus ScOne
One Sacking Needle ScOne
One Mr Floating Soap ScOne
One Klass jelly ScOne
One paper Pins Sc
One box Sliver Star Baking Powder Sc
One Market Basket s
one bottle Star Catsup Se
One dozen Safety Pins Se
One box Torpedoes Se
Onehalf dozen Candles Se
Onehalf plug Town Talk Tobacco Sc
One Cigar ScOne
One Jar Mixed Pickles =
Masonic Temple
At their meeting last Friday
night the Masons decided to
build their Temple on the
Shipman lot on Main street
where we have always thought
it should be located if the
property could be bought at a
reasonable figure because of
the central location and con
venience of access as well as
the facilities for approach both
from the front and rear The
building we are informed
will be three stories high with
one storeroom and an opera
house on the first floor and
lodgerooms on the second and
third This is a movement
which we have long advo
cated and which we arc glad
to see the Masons take hold of
First because of the increased
beauty of the city resulting
from the erection of such a
building on our Main street
Second because the Masons
are the local representatives
of the oldest Fraternal order
in existence and are abund
antly able to carry the project
to final completion We heart
ily commend this great organ
ization for its determination to
erect a building which will
afford them a home of which
they may well be proud and
which will be worthy of the
traditions of their order
Finally let us say that if
others will follow the lead of
the Masons Lawrenceburg
will at no distant day be as
widely known for her enter
prise and progressiveness as
she is today known for the
manufacture of whisky
Mountjoy Speer sold to
S T Harberson Co of
Lexington five head of horses
for 750
Oh theyll come any how
dont pay Advertising shows
your patrons you want their
Pears that are good and at
a price of lOc a can

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