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Sale. One Cockerel and
Leghorn pullets, line stock; cheap. R.
April 3. Miss Edith Collier was
the guest of Miss Katie Quinn Sunday.
Miss Mamie Hahn. of Lyndon, was
For Sale. Yellow onion sets. l.(X per
barrel in chaff. H. L. GOOSE, Jefferson- the week-enguest, of M isses
Named For Jefferson County By For
Lloyd W. Gates, Attorney, Given Place Over
Lawrence B. Waters,
Who Has Served
Anchorage Town Board's
Action in Levying Tax.
Graded School Election Called For May
and Others Will Probably
Twenty Four Years.
Master Bruce Sims is the proud
possessor of a beautiful dapple ray
pony, purchased last week.
In the case of Walter S. Forrester.
Miss Annie Blight spent Sunday in
Lloyd W. Gates, of Middletown,
Fwr Sale. Three
a taxpayer in Anchorage, against
year o'd. A. U. OKMSBY. Jeffersontown. Louisville with Miss Marion Stone.
was elected Treasurer of Jefferson
the Board of Trustees of that town,
r. J. L. Quesseubeiry was the
county Tuesday morning by a vote of
truest Friday of Mr. Zack Pernell anil
Judge Bingham handed down a de- live to four in the Fiscal Court.
For Sale. Fresh Jersey cow and calf. a', tamily. near O Bannon.
cision luesuay in
so tine Dahlia clumps live cents each. MISS
These three essentials always
Little .Miss Annie Mabel Maddox Lawrence B. Waters, the defeated that the trustees which he decides
was ti.e week-enKM MA SNVDKK. Jeffersontown.
guest of her grand candidate, has been Treasurer of the thority on March acted without au
lo when they ord
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Maddox county for twenty-fou- r
found in "STAR BRAND" Shoes.
years. The ereiiaievyot .0 cents on the 100
.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell and
For Salk Kan le Brand fertilizer lor all
north ot taxable property, 50 cents
vote as cast is as follows:
crops; always on hand, K. V. SFKOW1-- . M iss Mabel Maddox spent Thursday in
The "STAR BRAND" Low Cuts
For Gates Magistrates Wheeler, of which was to be used for general
Cum Ij phone 90.
Miss Ueorgiaphine Young returned Vogt, GirVord. Berry and County purposes. The case was an agreed
one and was lor the purpose of testfor Spring combine more COMForSale A good, gentle work horse: fT.". to her home in Louisville Sunday, al Judge Weissinger.
ing the validity of the board's action.
Kt.uti ;(, Station K. ter spending several weeks with relW. A. OAILBRKATH.
After the Town Board had passed
For Waters Mrgistrates Dorsey,
PORT, STYLE and WEAR than
an ordinance making the levy there
E. T. Chamberlain left Thursday Robb, Hollis and Dacher.
was doubt as to its validity, and prepany shoes you have ever bad and
For Sale Six months' old registered night for Columbus, Ohio, on account
Mr. Bates is a weil known attorney,
arations were made to petition the
of the illness of a "dear"' friend.
Hampshire hogs, both male and female:
and his many warm friends were glad County Judge to call an election in
Miss Edna Littrell and Mr. Will
each; also one fresh registered Jersey cow
at MODERATE PRICES
S. A. STIYKRS. Huechel. Ky.. Cumb. phone Claxon went to see the show
at of his success in winning the ap- Anchorage so question vote fixing be
taken on the
E.111-Keith's Mary Anderson Monday af- pointment. He is thoroughly quali- proposed levy
of twenty cents for
fied to fill the position, which pays
the establishment of a graded school.
Miss Vestina Grunwald attended
J.."io) a year.
Mr. Gates served the Judge Weissinger has
Fir Sale Two and
ground in Livingston Heights, adjoining Jet the Educational meeting at Seelbach county one term as Representative election for May 13.
last Wednesday and was much pleastersontown and near car line; beautiful
.Judge l.ingham said the ouestion
and made an enviable record.
building site: price less than half of other ed and benefited thereby.
to be decided in the case was whether
Miss Clara Mae Netherton had as
Lawrence B. Waters has served as
property in same neighborhood and on easy
Misses Treasurer for Jefferson county twen theexcess had the power to fix a levy
terms. Call Cumb. phone :tKf. or address J her guests Thursday night Rothen-burgein
of 50 cents, or if a vote of
Anna Claxon and Jennie Lee
C. ALCOCK. Jeffersontown. Ky.
years on the day that he was the people must be taken to validate
During that the levy aboye that figure. He says
T. L. Ellwanger, little Douglas defeated by Mr. Gates.
For Sale - Young chickens just hatched Maddox and Mrs. H. H. Simcoe. who time he has always proven a capable the town charter empowered the
M US. CHAS. D. TYLKK, Cumb. phone
have all been very sick, are somewhat and efficient official, and not once Board to fix a tax rate for general
and school purposes not exceeding
improved at this writing.
Mr. Will Claxon and Dr. J. L. has his ligures been changed by the 50 cents, and that there is no proFor Sale Kggs for hatching pure bred Juessenberry returned home, after experts who have examined his work vision under the new Constitution or
light barred Plymouth Rocks.
spending the week-enwith Mr. and from time to time. He has ever been statutes for a specific levy for school
purposes byjthe Board of Trustees
HKNRY HA AG. Route l.i, Jeffersontown.
Mrs. Ben Lawson, of Tavlortown.
courteous and accommodating, es lor any levy in excess of 50 cents. or
Rev. .1. E. Thornberrv is still sick pecially to county people wlu went
For Sale White Wvandotte eggs for sit and unable to fill his appointment at
to him for favors and seeking infor
AG KR. Fisher- - the Christian church.
ling. HJB lor
The citizens of Middletown have
132 E. Market and 214 W. Market,
will soon be back again in our midst. mation in regard to the county's asked for an election upon the graded
Mrs. Leslie Monks and son. Mr. funds. Mr. Waters has many friends school rpuestion, and it. is probable
For Sale Single Comb Brown Leghorn Herbert, and Miss Maggie Carfield who regret that 'he was not permitt that it will be held on the same day
eggs: H per sitting. Address A. K. SCHOTT. were guests of Mrs. Martha Broyles
ed to serve on for another twenty that also Anchorage election is held.
1907 Stevens avenue. Louisville.
reported that several other
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hi litis were the four years.
school districts in the county will
Believe Bill Excessive.
Revival at Methodist Church.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Downs.
vote on the graded school question.
For Sale. 2,i head good, cheap.farm mares of Stone Court. Sunday.
.Teller-rn of th- - Fiscal Court
The revival meeting at the
and horses; also, several cheap mules
Mrs. Jane Peyton, who has been ill
Tuesday the claim of Clareuee ParHUDSON BROS. & CO.. 10411 East Main St.
sontown Methodist church, win
Caught After Long Chase.
for the past two weeks, is con vales- Louisville. Ky.
alias William have been in progress for several sons as expert engineer for inspectIlodgers, colored, wanted on a charge days, are resulting
much good. ing and reporting on the I'rimrose
Mrs.J. E. IMnnell, of Prospect, and Is the Name
For Sale io.OdO strawberry plants
That Has Been Selected For of having forged checks on Herman
Haverland. Late Champion and Sena- daughter. Mrs. A. V. Hardin, were
been preach- school house road lor $535 was disHeskamp and Charles Gorbant, of Rev. Mr. Johnston has
the guests of Mrs. J. W. Downs, of
New Hotel in Louisville
Complitor Duulap. Price. BUM per thousand.
Lyndon, was taken into custody Tues ing tine sermons and giving the truth allowed and on motion of Magistrate
FALCK& WILLIAMS. Route. 11, Huechel. Ky Stone Court. Thursday and Friday.
ment To Great Editor.
day afternoon bv Countv Patrolmen of the bible without varnish.
Susie Hunt, of Harrod s
William Bench and C. W. Chowder doors of th" .'.lurch will be open to Gilford he was allowed $1"0 for his
Creek, has returned home from a
after a long chase through the coun
isit to her daughter. Mrs. Clarence
night, and several converts services. Most of the Magistrates
A prophet is with honor in his own ty. The negro was tried in Magis morrow
Thomas, of Mt. Sterling.
be taken in. The meetings will t bought the oil! excessive for the
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tvler and ountry.
Henry Watterson, great trate R. O. Dorsey's court this morn wl'.l
probably close Sunday night.
children. Misses Lucy and Narcissa. est American editor, of Louisville, (or ing.
Fur Rent. One
were guests of Mrs. J. E. Pinnel
should we say Jeffersontown ? He
Mr. Alexander Downs and Mr. Lee ives here), is honored 'by his name
For Rent. House of four rooms; also 25
or :lo acres of good bottom land for corn on W. Hihbs were
Ky. Mr. Albert Bauer, of St. Matthews
shares. J, A. BEARD, near Fisherville,
A One and
JOHN PRKY, Huechel. Ky.
$2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00
SELECT YOI R
house of three rj
farm hand.to ncrunv
EAS TER SUITS
WHILE STOCKS ARE LARGE
Our real reason for urging you to buy
now is that we are selling garments you will
like and because every day's delay is robbing
you of a day of apparel pleasure.
Suits from $7.
for the new hotel that
of the finest in the
lusandsof warm friends
nry are glad that the
ire so wise as to give the
ame of Watterson.
vas offered to the person
he best name.
were sent in, but there
y people suggesting the
nry Watterson that his
ed first choice.
in the action of J. F.
Kate Ackerman, etc., de- -
of Lot No. 10,
ublic auction to the
in Jefferson County
lots conveyed to J. F.
in Jeffersontown as
land running back 200
'jells by deed from li.
We carry Strouse & Bros. makers of High Art
Clothing, and other good makes.
Yob will find Suits
undergone the same rigid
test as all garments in
our higher priced displays.
In SERGES, TWEEDS and CASHMERES.
You may select from Suits that
evidence the color preferences
of the season browns, blues,
grays, tans, etc., with tine chalk
or pencil stripes, as well as iin plain colors and weaves. We
are anxious to see that you get what you want. All sizes 30 to 52.
The "average man's" price,
you'll see garments that are
far above the average store
of Berman's superiority that's conclusive. Fabrics and patterns for conservative or modish dressers.
Stylish Easter Clothing for boys and children.
Confirmation suits a specialty.
Men's Furnishings and Shoes complete with everything new and
SPECIAL The stock of Felix Kahn & Co.. of Chicago, merchant tailored stock of Clothing, bought recently, still on sale. Suits made to measure to sell for as high as $45 our prices $7..")0 to $20.
Special attention given to mail orders.
said office D. B.
rchase price, due six
test from said day.
ssioner Hopkins C. C.
W. Market St.
Bet. 2d and 3rd.