DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE INTERESTS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY
MJ&ferebntoVTi, Jefferson County, Ky.,
Vol. 5. No. 23
Thursday, November 23, 1911.
Box Social at Tucker's.
Thursday with her parents. Mr. and
The box 90cial at Tucker's Station
was quite a success, but owing to
Mrs. George Grasch and Mrs.
the bad night there were but a few
Monsey spent Saturday afternoon
there, and $14.50 was made
Mrs. Arthur Tyler.
News of Interest Along The Cen- school desires to thank one and all
Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. S. B. Clark
Are Being Built in
for their help and especialv Mr.
spent last Wednesday with Mrs. D.
Yates, who was kind enough to sell
the boxes. Miss Lillian Quessenberry
Mr. Jim Tennell went to the city
was a warded the prize for the most
Saturday to attend a meeting of the
beautiful box. which was a box of
Society News, Personal Notes, Church Items
Lawrence Jones Bnys Farm Jefftrsontown board of school trustees.
cream chocolates, and also the cake,
Miss Eunice Tyler spent the greatImprovements, The Sick,
as the most popular young lady
School Teacher Fraised Many
er part of last week with her cousin
nominated. The proceeds will go to
Mrs. Fred Tennell.
buy a dictionary for the school.
Miss Annie Reid is spending today
with her neice. Mrs. Ernest
Important Congregational Meeting.
Buechel, Nov. 21. Mr. and Mrs.
Dry Ridge Nov. 20. We have
Henry Grail are the proud recipients
heard that the farm owned by the
which all members of Christ LutherFor Two Reasons.
of a baby boy.
late Mrs. Nelse Yates, and which
an church are urged to be present, is
Every body on this ridge who has
occupied for several years
Mrs. Conrad Kaiser Jr.. and little called by the church council for
by Mr. Ora Yager and family, has not just linished killing hogs, are daughter, Eva, spent the week-enSunday morning', December 10, at
been purchased by Mr. Lawrence killing today, or wi kill in the very in Louisville with her mother.
the 11 o'clock service.
Jones, brother of Mrs. Yager. We near future. Therefore we will be
Miss Dorothy Skiles spent Thurshope Mr. Yager will yet buy from thankful on Thanksgiving day. for day evening with Mrs. Maud Yann
Mr. Jones, or build on his own land two reasons, because we will have and Miss Nellie Basse, in Cresent
near here, as we could ill afford to plenty of fresh meat, and also that Hill.
lose such good people from our com- the awful time of killing is over.
at Wakefield Death.
The relatives and acquaintances
here of Mr. Jim Morrv Wakefield The News of Interest Told in a Spicy Manner From South Jefferson County.
were shocked and distressed to hear
of the sad manner of his death,
which occurred last week.
Nov. 20. Mr. aad Mrs. F. G. Bur-doMrs. Arthur Tyler was seriously
and little son, F. G.. Jr., of Louill last week, but is better today.
isville, were guests of Dr. and Mrs.
S. S. Foss Sunday.
Jeffersontown School Fortunate.
Miss Ethel Glaze.
The Jeffersontown school should the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sam
consider itself fortunate in secur- Hollis, last week.
ing the services of Miss Lizzie Bach
Misses Anna and lrma Werntz, of
as teacher. She has long been con- Shively, spent Sunday with their sissidered one of the best school teach- ter, Mrs. Earl Baker.
ers in this county, and besides being
Mr. and Mrs. Gien Blakely, of Loua capable teacher, she has that
isville, spent the week-encalm, quiet, pleasing manner that S.
J. Groom and family.
insures respect ana regard, and I
Mrs. J. M. Cade's dinner guests
hope she will enjoy her work there.
Wednesday were Mrs. W. C. Kennedy and little son, Sidney Foss, Miss
Also On A Boom.
Tessie Chamberlain, Mrs. Woods, of
Dry Ridge, like Buechel, is on a
Louisville, Mrs. French, of Jeffeison-villboom, only on a small scale. There
and Mrs. J. B. Smith.
are three new houses going up and
nearing completion: there are two The Ladies' Aid of the Christian
roads that have been worked some, church expect to meet with Mrs. L.
and all the gates taken off of them, M. Camp Wednesday, Nov. 29.
Mrs. Barnett Napier and children.
several barns built and other repairs.
One of our good housekeepers expects Earl and Rodney, of Louisville, spent
to paint and paper a room about last week with Mrs. Napier's parThursday, if a cold snap doesn't ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker.
come. That will change
The Ladies Aid of Bethany church
to icicles, and as one of our good will have an oyster supper and handwomen says, 'I hope it dont," for I kerchief sale at Kennedy's hall Nov.
more than the 25; hours 5 to 1L All invited to atenjoy the
tend. Take Orell cars and get off at
Unlike His Name.
Mrs, G. D, Alsop spent Wednesday
Master Reid Hurdman and a young and Thursday with Mrs. S. S. Foss.
Mr. Sour, whose looks belied his
Misses Gertie and Sallie Camp's
name for he was a very pleasant guests Sunday were Miss Anna May
looking young man spent several Miller, Messrs. Leon
days with Miss Annie Reid and Miller and Lilburn Camp.
Roger Hurdman to enjoy the hunting
Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Mills, having
spent the summer and fall with their
Mr. Adam Shake and family enter- daughter, Mrs. S. S. Foss, leftSunday
tained Sunday before last. Those to spend the winter with her son, Mr.
present were Mr. and Mrs. Grace W. S. Mills, of Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. McAllister enSimpson, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Wiggin-ton- ,
tertained Sunday in honor ol the
Mrs. John Shake and sister,
Mrs. McKinley, Misses Verna and sixth birthday of their daughter,
Ruth Drake, Mr. Guy Drake and Virginia May. Those present were
Misses Virginia, May and Henrietta
wife and Mr. Lewis Paris.
McAllister, Consuelo and Guy Lena
EL V. Davis is the welcome
guest of her mother. Mrs. J. R. Fenley, Eula and Johnnie B. More-meMessrs. W. W. Mo re men and
Carrithers, for a few days.
W. H. McAllister.
Mrs. Burdine Bridwell, and daughRev. Collins, of Louisville, began
ter, Bessie, and company, Miss
Scearce, are spending a few days the protracted meeting at the Christian church Monday night. Mr. Tuell,
in Jeffersontown and Louisville.
ot Louisville, is assisting with the
Mr. Jess Boston and family spent
yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Krvie
MsssLulaPartenheimer left ThursParis.
day for Hammond, Ind., to spent the
Mr and Mrs. .Take Fleck. Mrs.
winter with her sister, Mrs. Walter
Motsey, Miss Annie Reid and Roger
Hardman spent the day with M. G.
Mrs. S. M. Allen and daughter,
Boston and family yesterday.
Mrs. Lee Roy Curtis, of Louisyille,
Mr. Walter Knapp and familv
were entertained by Mr. D. F. and Mrs. G. D. Alsop were the guest6
Wigginton and wife Saturday night of Mrs. S. S. Foss Thursday.
Mrs. H. B. Burnett entertained
the Ladies' Aid of Bethany church
Mr. Charles Davis and family
visited Mr. Jim Neal and daughter at her home last Thursday.
The meeting at Bethany church
Saturday night and Sunday.
as closed on account of the illness
Mrs. Robert Reid and little girls
spent the day Friday with her sister, of Rev. Short's grandmother, Mrs.
Mrs. Lee Harris.
The Ladies' Aid of Bethany church
Miss Eunice Tyler spent Saturday
will meet with Mrs. E. R. McAllisafternoon with Miss Annie Reid.
Friday, Dec. 1st.
Mrs. Jacob Boston had as guests ter
Mrs. J. M. Cade entertained quite
yesterday the Rev. Overstreet,
a number of young people at her
Mr. Clarence Jewell, Mr. Tom Bos
home last Wednesday
ten and son, Paul.
present were Misses Tessie
Dr. Sellers, of Fisherville, and
Chamberlain: Lula Scott, Edith
Mr. Buck Paris dined with Mr. and
Beahl, Rebecca Cundiff, Ethel Noyes,
Mrs. Ervie Paris Friday, and spent
Emma Scott. Edna and Fanny Wood,
some time hunting.
of Louisville, Clara Terry, Bell
Mr. and Mrs. Swan visited Mr
Agnes Poggel and Eva Benand Mrs. Tom Boston for a day and Scott, Messrs. Henry Kennedy, Harry
night the first of the week.
Guy Smith, James Scott,
Mrs. M. G. Boston spent Thursday Earl and
Robt. Rarden, Wallace Watkins, J.
afternoon with Mrs. J. R. and W. E.
C. Allison. Roy and James Burnett,
Mrs. Hickman Harris spent last Joe Terry, Mr. and Mrs. W. Waller.
Kennedy and son. Andrew
Kennedy, the K. F. D. mac, have
moved from the
lane to Notes and Other Happenings in
Lula Briscoe spent Friday in
Misses Lillian and Virginia Hart
irere the guests of Miss Sadie Skiles
the lirst of the week.
Misses Virginia Westerman and
Alta Smith spent Sunday in Louisville as the guest s of Mrs. Tipton.
Miss Mayme Kaiser spent last
week with Mrs. T. 8. Tiusley, of
Bro. Matthews, of
conducted services at the Greenwood
Avenue church Sunday afternoon.
Bro. H. H. Watkins will (ill his
Guest -- Onlooker Tells What
Sees Around Courthouse.
Louisyille, Nov. 20. The Sheriff's
and County Clerk's office, especially,
are glad the election is over. The
registration ana election tails
$1.00 Per Year
gressive age with its multitude of
conveniences, instead of the primitive times of
And Electric Lights in Prospect
For St. Matthews.
A. B. C. Writes
of the Happenings
Matthews and Along the
St. Matthews, Nov. 20.
at the capital) are centered upon
the building of the new station on
the electric road at this place. "All
things come to those who wait," and
we have certainly waited long enough
and have been ashamed to hail that
shed as our stopping place these
many years. Now, our joy knows no
Martin is building an elegant
house on Castleman avenue, which
will add much to this place.
Mrs. Robert Hite entertained several yisitors this week in her hospitable style.
Miss Mary Kent, from St. Louis,
who formerly lived at St. Matthews,
is visiting relatives and friends here
The bitter cold weather last week
made us think winter had set in; consequently hog killing is in operation
alone the line and sausage the order
of the day.
Miss Annie Brady, from Indianapolis, is visiting Mrs. Matthew Brady.
A. B. C.
Will Teach Another Month.
Upon the urgent request of Supt.
Stivers and Trustee A. A. Bridwell,
Now, you will realize we are com- Miss Louise Owings, who resigned
ing to the front, when in the near last week as assistant teacher in the
future electric lights will he in the Jeffersontown public school, the latresidences of many at St. Matthews. ter has decided to teach another
It is with regret that the
The water pipes are being laid, which month.
will make the oiks here feel like patrons of the school lose Miss Thewho
resigned as principal, and Miss
Supper and Bazaar.
Owings, but in the new princiThe Presbyterian Missionary So- pal, Miss Lizzie Bach, the school has
ciety met at Mrs. Charles Maddox's gained one of the best teachers in
last Thursday, when the finishing the county, and it is hoped the
touch was given to the bazaar. Come, authorities will find as good an aseverybody, to the manse at Spring-dal- e sistant to take Miss Owings' place
from 3 to 12 p. nr., Friday, Nov. when she leaves the school one month
24th, and you will have an opportun- from now.
ity to buy all the pretty gifts for
A Father's Vengeance.
Christmas; beside oysters and ice
cream, cake, etc., as long as your would have fallen on any one who atmoney holds out.
tacked the son of Peter Bondy, of
pecially hard on the County Clerk's
Never was there an election where
regular appointment at Fairview
there was so little dissatisfaction as
South Rockwood, Mich., but he was
Christian church Sunday morning
Got Ahead of A. B. C.
this last one.
powerless before attacks of Kidney
and evening. This is "Missionary
Isn't it too bad our boy, Thomas trouble. "Doctors could not help
Poor Marse Henry must be about
Sunday"' and evety one is corthe only one dissatisfied, for he said Maddox, surprised everybody oy takdially invited to come and bring he would follow McCreary to h 41, ing a wife (a lovely one. too,) on the him," he wrote, "so at last we gave
Eletric Bitters and he improved
some one along.
but the people of the state said that sly in the midst of that stormy Sat- wonderfully from taking six bottles.
Edward Whistler has entered the they would follow him to victory.
urday nighty He never gave me a Its the best Kidney medicine I ever
Louisville Medical College. He has
chance to tell The Jeffersouian.
saw." Backache, Tired feeling,
This week has been a week of "big
our best wishes for a successful term.
There is more underground
Nervousness, Loss of Appetite, warn
doiu's" in Louisville. We have conof like nature in this vicinity, of Kidney trouble that may end in
Miss CI eon e Summers w as the uest ventions, conferences and banquets
of MissLillie Weden Sunday.
galore. We have had the Greater which am trying to unravel by de- dropsy, diabetes or Bright's disease.
Mr. Albert Stieger is reported Kentucky Convention at which dia- grees, but can only say this much to Beware: Take Electric Bitters and
grams were made of how Kentucky start you thinking. Probably Thanks- be safe. Every bottle guaranteed.
giving, or Christmas at the farthest, 50c at all druggists.
Miss Florence Rggenkamp enter- was to be come the richest, the most
will bring developments.
tained a number of friends the first educated and progressive of all
states: our tax laws to be revised so
Baptist Church Notice.
of the week.
as to take the burden off of one felPreaching at both services next
Ira Weden is ill at this writing.
The "strayed" are still straying: Sunday by the Rev. F. R. Margetts
Mrs. VVm. Frederick, Jr., was the low and put it on the other fellow:
guest of Mrs. Wm. Frederick, Sr.. how our public roads are to be so im- Such stubborness and unapprcciation from the Seminary at Louisville.
proved that they are to compare of the reward has so dumbfounded Rev. Margetts is a man of eloquence
with the golden streets of the new and vexed the audience that some and power, and has bad wide experiMr. Joe Rudolph has begun the
Jerusalem. Now, that is all right: have suggested to swing corners, ence. Come to hear him. Rev. W.
construction of what promises to be let us set high ideals. We may not change partners, and in this
ladies' C. Roof, the pastor, is helping Rev.
a handsome new residence.
attain to them, but in the effort to do change the true state of affairs will J. M . Hay more, who
such a sucMr. and Mrs. Joe Driscoll
and so we surely will improve our con- be lealized. The course of true loye cessful revival in Jefferson town last
familv, will moe into their new dition. Then we had the conference never runs smooth. These troublous year, at Maysvilie in a great meethome the latter part of next week. of juvenile workers of the
times assuredly stamps this affair as ing.
Mr. C. C. Stoll is visiting his
The attendance genuine.
from out side the state was not large
mother, who is very ill in Indiana
Banker. J. H. Alderson and A. V. but several prominent in tt work in
Thanksgiving Day has been set
Thompson returned from a hunting our state
trip in Ohio county and report suc- The county judges from a few coun- apart for Nov. 30, but is not every day
ties also assembled and organized an a thanksgiving day? It takes a true
Christian to be thankful for what we
Clifford Alderson rt aimed last association, which, it is hoped and
do not receive, but with the eye of
expected, will soon have the
week from St. Anthon1, 's Hospital,
of practically all the county faith to know it is best that we do Bruce's Hall, Nov. 24-2- 5,
where he underwent an operation
Weissing- - not have all our desires satisfied. Our
He is reported judges of the state. Judge
8:15 P. M.
er, of this county, was elected presi aged minister always thanked God
it was as well with us as it is." Tak
For the Jeffersontown Free
The School Improvement League
Banquets of one kind or another ing life as our Father giyes it, not
will meet at Hikes school house
have followed in rapid succession. as we want it, is the highest standard
of Christianity. We certainly should
One to the delegates to the developADMISSION 15 CENTS.
Born, to the wife of J. ByronStaad-iford- , ment association, one to the juvenile be thankful that we live in the pro- a baby boy. Name James
court delegates, one to the successLane.
ful candidates, one to the managers
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawes, of of the iate Democratic campaign,
Fairmount, had as their guests on and goodness knows how many more.
Sunday iast Mr and Mrs. William Finally, one in connection with the
B. Fishback and daughter, Mollie, of Men's Religion and Forward MoveFern Creek, and Rev.
Lennard ment, at which the matchless citizen,
Daugherty, ot Louisville.
W. J. Bryan, was the honored guest.
Miss Helen Allgeier entertained
On Thursday at 4 p. m. W. J. Bryan
Thursday evening. Miss Merena and delivered one of the finest addresses
Joanna Winberg, of Louisville, Mrs. ever heard in this city at Warren
Geo. Dingier and Henry Manning. Memorial church in the interest of
the Men's Religion and Forward
Misses Snively Entertain.
Movement, and the building was
Misses Fannie Bell and Virginia packed. Capt. Huh!eia introduced
Snively entertained in a very charm- Mr. Bryan, bestowing the very highing way on Monday evening in honor est eulogies upon him and ending
of their cousin, Miss Thompson, of them by saying, "I now introduce
Atlanta, Georgia. Quite a number Mr.. Bryan, of the universe."
There was also a visit made by a
was present and an enjoyable evenrepresentative body o f citizens
ing was spent by all. In the word
of the city of Louisville and Jeffercontest Miss Louise Owings and Mr. son and Bullitt counties to the
Fred Hoke captured the prizes. At officials of the city railroad urging
a late hour a dainty hot lunch was the extension of the Bardstown line
It is time now for you to think about your comforts for the coming
from Fern Creek to Mt. Washington
winter, and we have placed a SAMPLE CLOSED BUGGY on our floor
figures and estimates
for your inspection.
showing conclusively that the line
Balked at Cold Steel.
Stop in the next time you come to the city and LET CSSHOW YOU.
could be built at a much less cost
"I wouldn't let a doctor cut my than the company bad estimated,
This buggy is one of the "BUILT TO WEAR" family for which
foot off," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, and now the question is: "To be or WE HAVE THE 1912 AGENCY.
Ohio, "altho a horrible ulcer had not to be'?''
Democrats are making plans for
been the plague of my life for four attending the inaugural of Gov. Mcyears. Instead 1 "sed Bucklen's Creary on the 12th of December. It
Arnica Salve, and my foot was soon seems that there will be an unusual
completely cured." Heals Burn9, number go up from Louisville and
pimBoils, Sores Bruises, Eczema,
All the courts are quite busy.
ples, Corns. Surest Pile cure. 25c at
Many clerks and other attaches
are on hunting trips. Onlooker.
Popular Priced Winter Buggy
Which Anyone Can Afford.
HALL SEED CO.
Preston aid Jefferson Sts., Louisville,