The Jefferson i an
DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE INTERESTS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY
Jeffersontown, Jefferson County, Ky., Thursday May 16,1912
address the words of our
"leading nieu'' that we must have
something to eat, or perhaps, smoke,
and iu the words of our "humorous"
members, else we will smoke hereaff we fail to do our dut y here and
Expenditures: The total outlay of
theclub has bef n about $1H(, which
just about balances the receipts.
Of $100 For Best Ten
From South Jefferson
Been Done During the
Acres of Corn.
And Other Buechel
Happenings Along Central
tions, songs, and finally ice cream
and cake, all of which can be enjoyed
for the modest sum of twenty-fivcents. The proceeds will be donated
to the school fund for improvements.
Miss Sallie Kwine will dose her
school Tuesday afternoon with a picnic iu the adjoining woods, one of
the features being a tish pond of boa
boas to be hooked out with pole and
line. Anything with a mystery behind it delights children, as well as
grown folks. All look forward to a
good time. Miss Ewing has made a
success of her work this year (as always) and her scholars' rapid advancement test fy to her efficiency.
A. B. C.
Miss Virginia Rriseoe is attending
May J. 1412.
Secretary Writes Of What Has
cent guests of Mrs. J. W. Gilmore.
Misses Cora and Blanche Landers,
of Kingswood, are guests of the
the commencement exercises at
Potter Bible College at Bowling Of
Green. When she returns she will
be accompanied by her sister, who is
By A. B. C.
a studenl there.
Miss Katherine Bishop, of Buechel,
is a guest of Miss Mary Sierp.
Misses Amelia Velght and Niva It Pays To Advertise in The Jef
Bell closed their school near here
fersonian Schools Close-O- ther
Friday evening with an entertainment that was very much enjoyed by
the large crowd present.
The school at Meadow Home closes
The South Jefferson County Com- coln Way During Past
St. Matthews, May 13. It seems
Rnechel, May 14. The Buechel
J. B. Allen returned to his home
Club was Inaugurated iy
we were mistaken about summer set
Commercial Club has just announced Saturday from Odissa, Mo.,
much exchange of windy Uleu exwhere ting in
cold as Christmas tiiis
a big prize corn contest. To the Jef- ne n as been a
pressed ly words of dual meaning
student in the Bible morning: it'sProbably all
ferson countv farmer growing the College there for
aada postal card notification of the
the past two years. berry winters have formed the bud aud
best ten acres of corn during the
acombine, New Name of Jeffersontown
movable denisens of the Ith
Hayes closed her which will wind up tin- cold snaps
;inl between the V Buechel. May 13. Mr. and Mrs. coming season a prize of $100 will be school near Mt. Washington Thurs- th is
Diehard Bffinger (rave a supper to given. Any resident of the county, day and is
Baseball Club Uniforms
ride awake personages of Mr. H.
visiting friends here this
There has been a stormy time for
W. Morensen, Keodrick Lewis and qjiite a number of friends Sunday, outside of children, is eligible to week.
days iu this vicinity felled
V. a. McCattoogh.
The initiative Ma .", in honor of their daughter. enter the contest, the only requireMr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson have several
many large trees, one falling across
Miss Elsie. Those present were Mr. ment is that they send their names
meeting was be Id at the store of Mr.
moved into the city and have gone
to the Commercial Club of Huechel.
the track of the electric line, delayBen K Stewart. Dr. Dudleys. Rey- and Mrs Alex Frederick and
into business t here.
ing traffic foracouple of hours. The
Mr. and Mrs. George Effinger, Mr.
nolds was made temporary chairman
Several from here attended the
After this t he .1. ttei sontown
and Mrs. W. Lone. Mr. and Mrs. C.
blacksmith shop at St. Matthews was
Hard man Seibert.
and gave as special cause off meeting
funeral of Capt. Jack Gallegher
ball club will be known as "Fanelli
and is now decorated with
a permanent organisation,
a com R. Etoederer, Mr. and .irs. s. Boeder-Miss Alma Hardman, of Jefferson-ville- , Monday, who died very suddenly at unroofed
Brothers." There is a reason. Frank
er, .Mr. ami .Mrs. Kd. Schmitt, Mrs.
pletion of tbe Sail Kiver bridge and
formerly of Fern Creek, and his home near Newburg Saturday.
Fanelli, the hustling proprietor of
establishing the "Lincoln Way." An C. Golden, Mrs. Carrie Loogeubohn, Mr. George Seibert were quietly Capt. Callegher was a remarkable V.lr. Charles Coroniack and sister one of Jeffersontown 'a leading stores,
organisation permanent was com Misses Edna Krauth, Klsie Effinger, married Wednesday evening at the man in many respects and wi . j nave movea irom tneir home where on Monday gave an order to have
pleted with the officers now setting Margaret Boederer, Qertrude Klein-brin- home of the bride's parents, Mr. and greatly missed in the neighborhood they have lived many years, to Mr. uniforms made for every member of
Kathryne Effinger, Lorena Mrs. T. EL
Sam Le- - ' residence next to no tbe club at a cost of something like
as chairman and secretary. The
in which he has lived so long.
parsonage at Beargrass.
vital point was raised at once --where Richer, Ida Belle Etoederer, Messrs.
fifty dollars, aud will present same
The annual meeting of the W. M.
a suitable place to meet, Carl Kramer. Otto and Willie
Capt. Gallegher Dead.
Misses Cornelia and Ella Mae Lee, to the club with his compliments.
S. was a successful meeting at the
Elmer and Christy Roederer,
this store being too small. Mr. W. C.
Capt. John S. Gallegher, aged Methodist church Sunday afternoon. from Pewee Valley, spent the week- Of course, the boys think Fanelli is
CMHe Frederick and Ed. Lausmao.
Kennedy, bearing of this dilemma,
end with Mae belle Rudy at her home the "real thing" now, aud will be
eighty years, died at roll o'clock Sat- A large crowd was present.
M iss Helen Kasper
is ill of measles
stepped in at once and ottered his
!nown hereafter as "Fanelli Broth
near St. Matthews.
urday afternoon at Newburg, after
ball, Kennedy Hall, for a meeting at this writing.
an attack of paralysis, from which
The death of Mr. Alfred Barie last ers."
place, thus obligating. the people to
Miss Edna Etraugfa spent Sunday
The suits will probably arrive this
he had been suffering subsequent
week cast a gloom over the entire
his kindness, as well as stamping with friends on the Taylorsville pike.
week in time for the game next SunMay
Misses Delia and Margaret neighborhood.
attacks for rive years. He was a forHe was a man of
himself one of the leaders of the com- -, On last Wednesday evening a few mer member of the Louisville detec- - Welch entertained Friday night
between the local
much prominence and sterling qual-i- t day afternoon
team and Febrs of Louisville. The
riend8 of Miss Elizabeth Hrim-Ltire denartment and assisted in man v Misses Delpby and Cora Brinley, ies.
While our beginning was a few mem- Mtbered at home, in honor
game will be called at o'clock in
of her good captures, among them being Ella Risinger: Messrs. Thomas and
Springdale has housecleaned and Jefferson. Heights,
bers am proud that this embryonic ii Liiuay anniversary. A very pleas two members cf the Jesse James Lewis Brinley, William and Davie
and tbe pufaJic is
slart has continued a good lead, and ant time was spent and among those gang. Later he was marshal of the Risinger. Games were played aud whitewashed until ii can properly he invited. Our boys in their new unicalled the "Spotless Town." Really, forms will put up
now we number, by actual newspaper preheat were Misses
the game of their
Katie Graff, City Court, from which he returned all had a delightful time.
It is surprising r, hat we are alive to lives, and the Fehr team is composed
computation, one hundred and fifty Anna Helle Uieuier, Elizabeth
Graf), thirty years ago and went to live ou
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Welch and tell the tale after such a battle with
si embers, all working hard for the L,ula Hoock. Margaret Henn, Theresa his beautiful farm near Newburg.
of some of the best amateur players
children spent Sunday with her par- the dirt.
uplift of this section: and there Diemer, Elsie Schmidt, Florence He is survived by his widow, who was
in the city.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Risinger,
should be, and is, a decided unrest of Hoock, Messrs. Robert Henu,
Our new blacksmith has arrived
BartoRoenimele is manager ofFan-ell- i
Henrv Miss Elizabeth Seabolt; live sons,
the club members until all the citi- Diemer, Fred Gratt, John and George John, a real estate man in Louisville, near Fisherville.
and the shop opened this morning.
Brothers team, and other local
zens of I lie district are numbered un- Hoock, Nick Schmidt, George
See how quickly one can obtain their players are Walter Jones, Walter
What Texans Admire.
Sam, general manager of the Evans-vill- e
der the banner of the Soul ii .letter-so- Lou st' Hoock.
Harris, Edwin Davis, Ben Stivers,
Gas Company: Ransom, Charles is hearty, vigorous life, according to desires, if advertised in The
or some other com me i cial dub.
This gentleman is a Middle, John Finn, Jack Baker and others.
Mr. and M rs. Charles Gorbandtand and George, farmers in anil aronnd Hugh Tallman. of San Antonio. "We
can't spell bis
children, of Lyndon, Mr. and Mrs. Newburg. and two daughters, Mrs. find."' he writes, 'that Dr. Kind's town product but
The Jefiersonian can save you
Same of the Doings of the Club.
meet him and find the
Albei t Shatter and daughter, Fanny, Anna Zeigler and Miss Nellie Gal- New Life Pills surely put new life
A visit to Ellsabethtown with banMr. and Mrs. John Henn and Mrs. legher.
He is also survived by and energy into a person. Wife am! proper number of consonants to give money if yon will have your prim
ner "Lincoln Way" enscribed there- Theresa Drives, all of Louisville, and several grandchildren. The funeral I believe they are the best made.'; t he Cci man accent
ing dime at this office. Call us no
on; S baud of youthful musicians and Mrs. II. F. Schneider aud two child was conducted Monday at noon from Excellent for stomach, liver or kidThe Buckeye school closes tonight over either phone, Home or Cum- members in such force and numbers ren, of Huechel, spent Sunday with the Highland Church of Christ and ney troubles. 26 cts at all druggists. with an entertainment of recita- - herland.
as to capture and convince the good .mis. Maggie Henn and, tamily. A interment was in Cave Hill cemetei y.
roads convention assembled there delightful supper was served.
(Elizabethtown) that the Jefferson
The Carpathian Society.
county delegation meant something, on Tuesday aight Henn entertained
A young people's club, called "The
for Misses Margaret
as one of our members facetiously Simcoe,
Fieda Schneider and Kathryn Carpathian Society," was organized
though thoughtfully put it, in an af- Simcoe.
in Buechel last week.
ternoon speech, "we, the lefferson
hold their first regular meeting at
Mrs. John Hartman spent Tuesday
County Commercial Club, were certhe nome ot Air. and Mrs. vVm. Feg
tainly IT and had things coming
Mrs. Lee Jones entertained Mrs.
We took the town peacefully
and declared to the convention what L. Simcoe and daughter Tuesday
Rev. James McKittrick will fill his
the "Lincoln Way" was.
regular appointment at the Buechel
Mrs. Henry Suhre and son visited Presbyterian church Sunday afterJune loth, a rousing picnic in a
nearby woodland, donated lv Mr. W. Mrs .1. Lut.e one evening last week. noon at 2:45 o'clock. All are cordially
C. Kennedy for use for the day.
to be present.
Mrs. Mary Long and Mrs.
where all that conformed to the best Miles of Wildwood spent Thursday
Mrs. J. W. Summers spent seyeral
wants and wishes of the genus ham) in Louisville.
days last week in Fisherville with
coidd be obtained .
Miss Margaret Henn will enter- her brother, F. W. Gaunt, and family.
In the way of feeding, as it was esMiss
timated, about 1,580 people in old Sunday few friends at her home next several Venita Johnson entertained
friends from Louisville at
evening, May hth.
Kentucky style and abundance were
supper Sunday evening.
Wallace Wheeler spent the weekfed. The afternoon was given over
to a feast of "reason and How of end with relatives and friends in Schoolvery Huechel closed Friday
successful nine, months'
Buechel. Wallace and his father. after a
soul" in that we with Dr. DuV. W. Wheeler expect to leave in a term tanghl by .Miss Ada Hanks.
dleys. Reynolds as loastrnaster had
Mrs. Belle Lewis and Miss (Nancy J.
with us such speakers as Mayor Head. short time for , Florida, where t hey
An entertainment was
iii ioc. ue. i ney formerly lived at
Cel. Young, Judge Hearing. J. Meygiven Thursday evening by the pupils
ers, Col. Funk. Senator Xewcomb. Buechel and have made many friends
assisted by Miss Bettie Lewis and
Hon, Pendleton Hec.kiey, Col. Wood, here who hate to see them leave
so distant a laud.
and others, made the welkin or wood
NjThose who took the examination
land ring in an oratorical way of the
at County Superintendent O. J. Stiv.
needs and demands of our country.
ers' office Friday and Saturday were
The intentions of our club from its
Rosalind Scoggan. Marie
Encipiency was to boost up our pubMay 13. Mrs. J. E. Thome, Mr. Diemer, Lula Voting, Mary Wright
lic servants to think we, the people, and Mrs. M. M.
Thome and children Russell Frederick. Carl Stol! am
had rights to be respected, as re- spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will t laggett Hoke.
gards street car
i. W. Summers bought a handsome
telephone service and prices, county 'f
Barley Walls, of Tennessee, was driving horse last week for his fami
commissioners, magistrates, road
builders, etc: the establishing of the guestof Miss Edna Heeler Friday ly's use.
Fred Curry is
the Lincoln Way, good roads, good J. A. Brown, of Jefferson ville, Ind., ing a handsome contemplating build
bungalow on Seaton
schools and good drainage for this peuL umuay wiin ins parents here. A
.virs. s. i.. ji ji had as her guest
valley, in fact anything and every
The beautiful residence of Mr. and
thing for the uplift of the people Monday Miss Ida Beeler.
Mrs. Joe Rudolph is Hearing com
of the 4th district, which every one
Miss Nina Bell's school closed
pletion. They will move out from
Best Ironed Body in
knows is one of the best valleys on day with a big entertainment
ud Louisville as" soon as it is
top side of God'sgreen earth.
she is with her brother, Tom Bell,
the World ;Male for
Misses Gertrude Hikes and Virginia
In our many measures we have con- who remains very sick.
Briscoe have gone to Bowling Green
tradicted some, for I find a motion
Miss Georgia Farris visited her to
attend the commencement exerto create commissioners to attend sister, Mrs. Bettie Cruteher, from
cises of Potter Bible College.
our county's business ami later find Thursday till Monday.
a motion sending a delegation to our
Mrs. J. E. Thorne and Mary
to oppose the
Cooper.were one night guest of
Four of these Irons
Mrs. J. W. Gilmore Friday night.
on every seat.
May 13. Mrs, S. D. Thompson and
We have met
R. EL Boll, of Louisville, spent children spent
had with us profitable rhembers from
Sunday in the city.
we have congre- Tuesday with P. H. Brown.
Preston and Jefferson
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Langoeft, of
Miss Nellie Young is with her par- Louisville, were guests
gated peacefully and acted harmoniof Mr. and
ously, we have aggressive members ents here.
Mrs. Henry Krill, Jr., Sunday.
aDd pacificatory members, humorous
Miss Georgia Mae Grepn, of LouisMrs. Julia E. Thorne and Misses
memville, spent Sunday with her mother. Georgie Summers and Mary
members and cronic
Seccessors to Garden Seed Dept., Southern Seed Co.
bers; and to that last type of mem- - Mrs. Emma Queen.
Cooper, of Bullitt county, were re- mi-rci-
The Trade's Standard for Real Value.
DEERE BUGGY BODY
HALL SEED CO.