* The Log Cabin, May 26, 1899 -- “The work of securing the rights of way for the Black Diamond Railroad is progressing in a very gratifying manner, 27 of 46 citizens of this county having already granted free rights of way through their farms.”
* Claims allowed by Harrison County Court, March 1889 to October 1890 -- “A.E. Colegrove, stoves for court room, $6.30; A. Goldberg, clothing for prisoners, $2.75; S. Renaker, pump for jail, $13; T.A. Frazer, clothing for pauper, $1.95; T. H. Hood, school books for poor children, $4.70.”
* John Updike -- “June - The sun is rich and gladly pays in golden hours, silver days, and long green weeks that never end. School’s out. The time is ours to spend.”
* Cynthiana Democrat, May 3, 1917 -- “W.M. Cox estate sale. A Maxwell 5 passenger touring car was sold to Luther Clifford at $525. A Maxwell roadster sold to Ashbrook Garnett for $446.”
* City Council, April 24, 1866 -- “Ordered that the officers of the Christian Church have permission to erect Horse Rack on Main Street opposite Wm. Thompson’s Tan Yard premises and also on Mill Street near Mrs. Veach’s fence provided however that Wm. Thompson and Mrs. Veach give their consent to same.”
* 1935 -- “You Know - Your Onions - Lettuce Suppose - This Beets ‘Em All - Don’t Turnip Your Nose -- Berma Shave.”
Wishing all the best to the graduates and the alumni groups. We welcome you to the Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 234-7179.