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Following is the roll of honor of
Kennedy school District 49, for January and February:
Grade Wm. Westerman
(highest) !I7.3, Ernest Broyles, Ida
Skyles, Aline Schehr, Goldie Shad-bar-
is always a dangerous practice and moreover is a constant source of worry. An
account with the
Third Grade Geo. Skyles (highest)
!i.7, Hallie Hunsinger, Geo. Zeitz,
Ella Summitt. Harry Kennedy.
(highest) 97.7, Ruby Lee Porter, Geo.
will relieve you of this danLausman, Eieanora Sonne iter, Ar
same time, thur Drescher. Lula May Schueiter,
ger, and at the
Elmer and Henrietta Schneiter,
you will find that doing bus
Margaret Finn, Maggie Schehr.
mess with the bank is much
Fifth Grade Edward Graff (high
more convenient, and in evest) rS9.il. rvin Kennedy, Ferry Gooch,
ery way more satisfactory Joe Roselle.
Seventh Grade Jackson Kennedy
than keeping your money at
(highest) 90.2, Beulah Broyles.
Eighth Grade B. Wm. Bryan (high-esHo A. Mattie Porter. Albert Schnei
ter, Edw. Drescher, Catherine Hun
W SOLICIT YOUR
Eighth Grade A. Wm. Lausman,
Chas. Kennedy, Everctte Lee KenE3USINLSS.
nedy, Ernest Winand.
Headmarks for January Harry
Kennedy, Edw. Lausman, Beulah
Broyles, Ida Lausman, Irwin and
Headmarks for February Everette
COUNTY BANK, Lee Kennedy, Beulah Broyles, Edw.
Graff, Edw. Lausman, Ehua SchneiKY.
ter, Geo. Skyles, Henrietta Schneiter, Florence Graff.
Present ever' day in January
Tony Roselle, Eva May Hikes, Geo.
Lausman, Beulah Broyles, Ida Lausman, Anna Snyder, Arthur Drescher.
Will Stake tin- season at the place known as
Mattie Porter, Irvin Kennedv, Emil
the old Snyder farm, now owned by fid.
Shanks, near Tucker's Station, on the Jefl Gerth, Edw. Lausman, Everette Lee
ersontuwn and Tin ker Station road, jusl Kennedy, Joe Roselle, Albert Schneiback of Herbert (loose's place, at
ter, Jackson Kennedy. Arthur Ger-inJno. Lee Hoke, Wm. Lausman,
$12 to Insure a Mare in Foal.
WARD HEBCHKB wjis bred by M. Robert,
son, is 7 years old. darkwxay, 10 hands high,
of good proportions and large bone; weight
LtSg pounds. His sire was the Sam Harvey
tll.l j V1 if
Tony Roselle, Harry Kennedy, Geo.
Skyles, Mary Lee Shehr, Ruby Lee
Times: The Hon. Swagar Sherley,
when approached by a reporter for
The Times and asked as to the status
of the lisii hatchery in this couutv,
said that Commissioner Bowers, in
company with himself, had examined
some twenty or thirty sites andhad
finally determined that some four or
five of them were adapted for the
purposes desired by the Government.
Options are now being sought on
these particular sites, and at a later
date some one of the options will be
accented, urovided the terms are
reasonable and fair to the Govern-- I
inent. Mr. Sherley said:
"It is desired to not only establish
a pond station, but to have a hatch-- I
cry in addition, aud if the proper
volume of spring water, together
with the necessary land, can be
the largest fish hatchery in
this section of the country will be established. In order that this may
happen, however, we must have a
site that will warrant the Commissioner in asking further appropriations for the propagation of the fish
and will justify the Committee on
Appropriations in authorizing such
"Heretofore the law simply provided for the establishment of a hatchery within a State, leaving it to the
Commissioner to determine the locality, and Jefferson county is particularly favored by having the
it as the place for a hatchery. The justification for such a law
will have to be had in the finding of
a place that is adaptable for such
hatchery and a disposition on the
part of the people of the county to
aid and facilitate the Government in
all ways in securing such sites and
making a proper expenditure of Government moneys. When the hatchery is established its usefulness to
State will depend entirely upon the
amount of protection given in the
various streams, and steps ought at
once to be begun looking to the
enactment by the coming Legislature
of proper laws for the protection of
the fish. No laws, however, will be
of any value unless backed by the
determined sentiment of the people
STATE FAIR BOARD.
Arrange for the 1911 Fair Committees
pointed. Full Membership Present.
Farmers Home Journal: A meeting of the State Board of Agriculture was held at the office of the
State Fair Secretary in Louisville
March 28th. The chief business was
to make arrangements for holding
the fair this year. The following
action was taken:
An executive committee to take
active charge of next fall's fair was
selected, to consist of M. C. Rankin,
Fred R. Blackburn, J. L. Dent, H. S.
Van Zant and M. H. Fromau and several Louisville busiuess men to be
selected at a subsequent meeting.
All the members of the Executive
Committee except Mr. Froman, were
originally supporters of Mr. Shy for
hands anJ weighed 1.200 iounds:
l'orter,G. Lausman, BlanchSchehr,
10 hands, imported
Ward Beecber's dam was a Kentucky jen- Beulah Broyles, Emil Gerth, Ernest
net, B bands, of imported Spanish Mood, vVinand, Ernest Broyles,
by the John Brown jack. 10, hands high, ol
Graff, Ida Lausman, Eieanora SchneiWhaler blood, imported. Ward Beecber's
breeding is from large slock, kind breeders ter, Arthur Drescher, Elmer Schneiand sure foal g' tlers. Ward Beecker has
proved lo be a line breeder and a sure oa ter. Jackson Kennedy,
getter. There is not a better jack in Jeffer
son roil llty; his oottsare large and line. Don't Hunsinger, Geo. Gerth, Aline Schehr, the secretaryship.
tail to see this jack before you breed.
Various members of the board were
Jos. Schehr, Henrietta Schneiter,
Edw. Graff, Edw. Lausman, Joe Ro- assigned as heads ol departments for
lie by the Harvey Jack.
selle, Jno. Lee Hoke, Anna Snyder, the coming State Fair as follows:
pigeons, plants and flowers.
making highest average
Will make the season it same time and
Prof. M. A.Scovell Beef and dairy
Florence Graff 97.7.
Class making highest average
to Insure a Mare in Foal.
G. N. McGrew Woman's departFourth Grade 88.6.
SOLID MARK is a beautiful mahoganyba
ment, farm implements and machinDaisy DeVenter Bryan,
saddle and harness horse. 7 vears old. anil
has proves Mswrit to be a line breeder. SolTeacher. ery.
id Mark was foaled May. HoJ. He is sired b)
dark Chester. No. UBS; grand sire, Denmark
J. L. Dent Horses and speed deChief. J. 11.. No. B8& Dam Meta S.. No. 157T.:
Moved to New Quarters.
bv Trust, he by Ten Broeck. Second dam.
Pearl Cray. Nd. 7k7. by Banta's (ieorge. he
H. S. Van Zant Mules and jack
by Sumpter Denmark. Third dam bv John
Messrs. Her bold and Carl in, who
Waxy. No. 100. he by Van Meter's Waxy. F.S.
stock, collie dogs, vegetables and
The first time he was shown Solid Mark have been conducting a cleaning,
won second premium last year in the light
harness ring at the Kentucky State Fair: pressing and repairing shop in JefferL. L.Dorsey Sheep and goats.
also won several lirsl premiums at the Jeff- sontown for some time, have moved
M. H. Froman Swine.
erson county fair.
If mares are sold or traded tootherparties to the house of W. H. Martin, oppoWm. Adams Field seed, grain and
A lien rethe service fee becomes due.
tained on all colts until season fees are paid. site the office of The Jeffersonian
Care taken to prevent accidents, but nut
the public, square. In a short time Fred R. Blackburn Minerals, forshould any occur.
Don't fail lo see this horse before you the building will be remodled and estry and horticulture.
they will occupy the entire first
Auditing Committee made its retioor. These young men are deserv- ports and gave Mr. Newman his
Jeffersontown, Ky ing, progressive and
quietus as secretary of the 1910 State
agents for a
take orders for tailor-mad- e
Help them succeed by giving them
have been doing
Dr. E. L. Floore.
Midnight ia the Ozarks
and yet sleepless Hiran Scranton, of
Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed.
He was in the mountains on the adJEFFERSONTOWN. KY.
vice of five doctors, who said he had
consumption, but found no help in
the climate, and started home.
Hearing of Dr. King's New Discovery, he began to use it. "I believe
it saved my life," he writes, "for it
made a new man of me, so that I can
We Print Anything
now do good work again." For all
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asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay
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WE CAN SAVE MONEY FOR YOU
While you are about it, put on a good roof,
one that you won't have to be painting and fussing with every little while to keep it in proper
condition. Get the guaranteed, trouble-proo-
Regard to the Fish Hatchery.
LITE IH A COUNTRY
fever, hemorrages, hoarseness or
auinsey, it's the best known remedy.
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
and One plv 5 years and it is the only proofing
niaua backed so liberally.
It's easy to lay, costs little and gives long
priil faithful service.
Ask for samples
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Reliance is fully guaranteed without painting
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are we set on earth for;
seek to leave thy tending
W. V. HALL.
For ail the neat
day till it
And death's mild curfew shall from worn
God did anoint thee with his odorous oil
To wrestle, not to retsn. and tie assigns
All thy tears over, like pure crystallines,
For younger fellow workers of the sou
To wear for amulets. So others shall
Take patience, labor, to their heart and
From thy hand and thy heart and thy
And God's grace fructify through thee t
The least flower with a brimming cup
And share Its dewdrop with another near.
Elizaueth Barrett Browning.
Work In FirstCSass Style.
GOOD AND BAD LUCK.
luck is the gayest ot all gay
L.ong in one place she will not stay.
Bacit from your Drow sne strokes the
Kisses you quick and flies away.
J in F F H RSONTO W N
Cumb. PiiOiic 712
OF ALL KINDS
DUT Mine. Bad Luck soberly comes
And staj's; no tancy has she for
Inatches or true love songs she hums
And sits by your bed and brings her
TTE sang a simple forest song.
To him the day was never long
Amid the blooms and feathered throng
He loved with ail his heart.
He took the hand he knew was pure.
He preached the faith he felt was sure.
God taught him how he should endure
Shingle Stains, Wood Stains,
Calcimo Wall Finish,
Johnson's Wood Dyes and Floor Waxes,
Index Prepared Paint, Roof Paints,
Glass for all purposes.
Ana gird him to depart.
Now aud then one unwittingly of se- eessity moves into a house that is already inhabited with the notorious
bedbug, the bane and object of loath
ing or every cleanly housewife. A
friend who was confronted with just
such a situation as this resorted to the
sulphur method, which consisted of
sprinkling about three pounds of sulphur on half an iron kettle of live
hardwood coals. It did the business.
The sulphur fumes penetrated everywhere, coming out of the cellar windows and through the cracks in the
shingles, where dead bugs were found
by the dozen when roof repairs were
made later. It is well to set the kettle
of coals in a shallow box of earth or
on an old piece of sheet iron or zinc to
prevent things catching tire in case the
sulphur bolls over. To make the
smudge most effective all the interior
doors should be open, and all windows
and outside doors should be closed.
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West Market Street.
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i wm stamps
Given on all
handy trellis om which to train
raspberry, dewberry and logan berry
vines consists of three wires properly JA
posts and crosspieces.
two of the wires which are at the out
side being of equal height and about
feet apart. The third
xire is between them, about a foot
The first season's growth of
vines may be trained along the lower
side wires, while the following season
they may be fastened to the Higher
central wire and the side wires used
as before for the new growth. By this
method the fruiting vines may be kept
separate from the new growth, while
Free delivery on all goods.
the berries are borne where thoy can 71
Honesty is Our Motto.
Cumb. Phone .
be got at easily without scratching the
hands. The posts need not be placed
at more frequent intervals than are
necessary to support the weight of the
vines, as the wires can be stretched
N. R. Blankknbaker, Fisherville, Ky
taut by proper bracing at each end of Fred Myers. Jeffersontown, Ky.
Cumb. Phone 702.
the stretch of trellis.
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Fair. The report shows receipts for
last year amounting to $59,438.32 with
disbursements in excess of receipts
so as to create an indebtedness of
$2,577.24 which added to the outstanding notes of $13,500 makes total liabilities of $10,077. 34.
The Board entered into a contract
with Frank P. Spellman to furnish
the amusement attractions for the
1911 State Fair.
A general discussion was entered
into by the State Sanitary Board on
the means of ridding the State of
scab in sheep so the quarantine
against shipments of sheep may be
There are two claimants for Secretaryship of the State Fair. Secretary Newman claims that he was
elected last year for a term of three
The Jeffersonian can save you
years, and Mr. Shy claims that hi money it you will have your print
recent election is legal. The courts ing done at this office. Call us up
will be called upon to settle the
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