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ONLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE INTERESTS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY
Every Thursday at $1.00 Per Year
Jefferson town, Jefferson County, Ky., Thursday, July 21, 1910.
Vol. 4. No. 5.
Putnam Moremen, Keeae Johnson
what in this life can we accomplish
Death of Miss Sarah Sanders.
higher and better than to give our
After a long and painful illness of
children a better and brighteropporMrs. I. P. Moremen entertained
nearly two years duration caused by
tunity than we have had ourselves?
Friday. Covers were laid for Rev. C
cancer, Miss Sarah Sanders passed
Y. Boggess, Mrs. W. F. Boggess,
But now to the taxes. The laws of
peacefully away at the home of her
Illinois allow the school districts to The News of Our Neighboring brother, Mr. R. Sanders, near Proposed by Commercial Club at Katherine and Elizabeth Boggess, Of Young Ladies in First DisFor School Purposes Would Be tax themselves to the extent of 2h
Rev. and Mrs. Robt Johnson, Mattie
Harrod's Creek, on last Wednesday
Town in Full.
trict Being Tested.
per cent ($2.50 on each hundred dol
Christine and Keene Johnson.
With This Plan.
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Miss Sanlars of taxable property) for buildS. E. Dodge's guests Wednesders had been a resident of Louis
ings and grounds and an additional
ville for quite a number of years and
day were Mrs. Joe Dodge. Mrs.
2 per cent for maintenance
that All the Items Concerning People You Know was brought to the country home of
Planning to Purchase Fire Engine E. R Mary Swindler, Mrs. Frank
Popularity CoMr J. B. McFerran Desires to Hear From is. for teachers, books, transporta
her brother several months ago in
Misses Verna Philips and Mary Mill
ntest in First Magisterial District Will
What the Churches Are
tion, etc. The total tax that school
order that she might during the re- Sprowl Holds on as President R. A. Biclc-- er.
the People Upon His Suggestion to
districts are allowed to vote upon
maining days of her suffering be
Close August 27, 1910.
Named on Executive Committee.
Mr. J. B. Alexander, who had been
themselves is 5 per cent, (or $5.00 on
treated to the enjoyment of the fresh
in declining health for several years,
the $100.) Thte rate on the county
air and beauties of country life, and
passed away Wednesday morning,
of Jefferson would yield for schools
although her suffering was beyond
July 13. He was born in Owen counJuly 19. Mr. Jeff
The vote to date foil ows:
one million, two hundred and fifty
the comprehension of the human At the meeting of Jeffersontown
Editor JefferSw 'a.n:
Cochran has returned from a trip to mind almost continuously, she bore it Commercial Club at Bruce Hall ty July 22, 1835, and came to this Miss Pearl Rooksby. Anchorage
Supplementing my communication thousand dollarsannually. Thisrate
county early it life. He was mar- Miss Lila
s Washington City.
all with the calmness and patience Monday evening a large crowd was ried to Miss Margaret Arnold inl85(i. Miss RuthBrooks.St.Middletown
in a late issue of vour paper with would speedily build us good
Rev. M. F. Miller, of the Methodist of some
present and much interest manifestThe
all over the
always characteristic of the
reference to the plan therein set
Six children survive him by this mar- Miss Hattie Wetherby. Middletown
true followers of Him who has tasted ed. The president, E. R. Sprowl, riage. In 1886 he married Miss Miss Mary Hoke. R.R. 21, Harrod's Creek II.m)
forth, which was to bond the county school tax laws of Indiana allow church, is able to be out
preached Sunday morning and night. death for us all and
Miss Nellie Claxon. Worthinirton
has said, ''He presided.
in the sum of a half million of dol- townshipsto vote a tax on themselves
Mrs. Enos Jones spent last week in
The executive committee reported Elizabeth Howard, of Texas, and is Miss Jennie Lee Wood. Anchorage
to build and equip not exceeding 1 per cent (one dollar
that liveth and believeth on me shall
survived by wife and four children.
Miss Edith Sturgeon. Eastwood
of this Louisville visiting her sister, Mrs never die." The deceased was in that resolutions had been drawn up
on the hundred).
Misses Rena Neil, Elizabeth and Miss Gertrude Swan. Middletown
requesting Mr. Sprowl to reconsider
upkeep of Peyton.
Miss Nora Tucker. Middletown
be located fairly between the eight amount is devoted to the
the 38th year ot her life at the time
Mr. Will Miss Elizabeth
Susie Hagen, of Tiptop, and
Mr. Abe Hardin has returned home
of her death and is survived by two his intention of resigning as presi
educational divisions of the county, the buildings, transportation of the
Neil spent Monday with Mrs. W. D. Miss Pamelia Waters. R. R. 1. Sta A
children, etc.; the other half is used after visitintr relatives at
beg to say a word on taxation.
sisters and three brothers, namely: dent and after a brief talk stating" Bland, of Kosmosdale.
reasons for offering his resignation,
course, none of us like to be solely for maintenance, that is pay boro.
Mrs. Nathan Roberts, of Westport,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dold, of Cen- Five of the popular girls in The
Mrs. Denis Marshall, of Shelby coun Mr. Sprowl decided to hold his office
taxed, because we consider it money of teachers, various supplies, etc.
spent the week-enJeffersonian-Merchant'ty, Mr. George Sanders, of Crest-woo- until his term expired. J. H. Mittler
Contest inlost that is, we do not reflect much In addition to this the townships are tersburg, Ind.,
creased their vote during the past
Mr. David Sanders, of Emin- having resigned as a member of the
upon what we get in return for our allowed to vote bonds, if needed, with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hill.
week. Miss Lila Brooks being the
taxation, and I am willing to admit to build school houses, the interest Miss Margaret Smart spent Thurs- ence. Mr. R. Sanders, of Harrod's executive committee on account of
one to send in the greatest number.
a fair on the bonds and payment at matur- day visiting friends at St. Matthews. Creek, and a number of more dis leaving the state, Prof. R. H. Snive-l- y
that we do not often receive
Fire Insurance Co. Pays Still
nominated R. A. Bickel, who was
that did not brim-- her nn to
value for the money expended, but ity being provided for out of the 50 Mr. Cecil Reed, of St. Louis, Mo., tant relatives in several parts of
is visiting Mr. Arther White.
Wheeler 4 Davis $1169.43 For Loss Refirst position, but as the past week
is our own fault in not looking cent tax.
this and other states. The remains
was what we term "rest week" we
after it. But I contend that the Now, to tax ourselves up to the al Mrs. Alfred Hall isspending sever- were laid to rest in the cemetery heRufus Smith madeClub to in which
sulting From Mill Burning.
weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. at Lagrange on
suggested to the
schedule would bring into
did not look for a big vote.
proper education of our ch'ldren Indiana
last Friday after
now until July 30. the close of the
noon after a service at the grave the question of procuring a fire enought not t be looked at from the the schools of Jefferson county two Tom Ward, of Pewee Valley.
Misses Adah Brooks and Gertrude conducted by Rev. Griffith, of Louis- - gine for Jeffersontown, saying the
extra vote offer, you may look for
common view of general taxation, hundred and fifty thousand dollars
The Fidelity-Pheni- x
Fire Insur something to turn up in the way of
recent fire was cause enough for the
be viewed as an INYRST-mkn- annually. Now. the tax I have pro- Swanspent Thursday with Mrs. Lou
but it should
ork. of casting of ballots.
Durr, who is quite ill.
citizens to get together and do some ance Lompan3', of iNew
that is bound to return to our posed for the issuance of the
Mr. Walter Swan, of Clifton, spent
thing along that line. After discus which J. C. Alcock is the local agent,
would be 10 cents on
It is well to remember that 500
children and grandchildren many-foision by several of the members W. J was the first company to settle with votes are given with each dollar
in increased prosperity and hap- the hundred dollars, or one dollar on Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs.
oemonin moved that a committee be Messrs. Wheeler & Davis, who lost spent at Seng's iewelry store, 30H
on $10,000 Chas. Swan, who is ill.
piness: and when all is said and done, the thousand. A
their flour mill and contents in Jeff- East Market street, and that votes
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reel and
named to investigate the cost of
would be called on to pay ten dollars
ways o ersontown on the night of July 7. are given on job printing executed
children, of Covington, are visiting
chemical engine and other
per year: on $5,000 the cost would be
five dollars per year: on $2,500 it his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren The News Along Bardstown Pike extinguishing tires, which motion Three other companies had risks tor persons doing business in the
carried, and Mr. Semonin and J. C amonnting to nearly $3, 00ft
would be $2.50 per year, and on $1,000 Reel.
First District, as well as on subMrs. Robt. Martin and Mrs. Mattie
Following is a statement from scriptions to The Jeffersonian. Don't
Bruce were named as the committee
would be one dollar per year. The
Told in Brief.
A committee composed of D. A. Dav
Messrs. Wheeler & Davis:
Advertisements under this head One Cent largest amount I have named ($10) Turner, spent Wednesday with Mrs.
overlook the time of the extra vote
a word. No ad taken for less than
is, P. P. Litterer, J. C. Alcock. W. L
would require the denial of self to M. P. Crash,
J. C. Alcock. agent Fidelity offer. Now is the time to help your
Mrs. Edw. Cox entertained Misses
Jones. Frank Fanelli and Lud M Phenix Fire Insurance Co.. Jeffer- favorite, if you ever intend to.
the extent of less than one
oneglassof beer, Ethel and Rachel Cox last Tuesday. Sad Death of Mrs. John Frey Little Eliza Bryan was named to solicit subscrip sontown, Ky. We desire to thank
cigar per day, or of
your Company through you for its
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milliken, of
tions to purchase the engine.
or say three chews of fine tobacco
promptness in paying us
Close of Contest.
beth Struck Has Measles Graded School
After the business was transacted amount of loss under policy $1,169.43,
Fob Sale. Carload of Western horses per day. It might be met b four or Louisville, spent Sunday with Mrs.
live year old live dozen spring chickens, or forty Hugh Milliken.
hiir four and
Fanelli Bros, served refreshments upon contents of out mill, which was The contest will close on August
Nebraska mares heavy in foal. HUDSON pounds of butter, or say 50 dozen of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. WTeatherbee
cigars made by J. W destroyed by fire on July 7. 1910.
27, 1910. promptly at 3 o'clock p. m.
BROS. & CO.. 104ti E. Main St: Louisville.
This July 19, 1910.
and Miss Nannie Linnie spent last
Kellar in Jeffersontown, which the
eggs at 20 cents per dozen, a pig at
Wheeler & Davis. end have delayed announcing the
members all enjoyed. For the past
of the contest until now beFor Sale. One Gentleman's bicycle present prices, weighing say 125 Tuesday with Miss Minnie Head.
Buechel, July 18. Mrs. John Frey, several weeks the club has been on It is the best plan to insure your cause we knew other contestants
Mr. A. G. Dugan, of Chicago, spent
Racycle:one lady's bicycle. Hartford: also pounds, or a veal calf.
one Jersey heifer calf nine months old
Friday with his parents, Mr. and formerly MissCatherine Anna Kaiser, the verge of disbanding, but it seems property in a strong company that would enter and we desired to give
Are not forty
Cheap if sold before July 30. R. H. SNIVELY
died Wednesday afternoon at 12:2a now that new life has been given to pays promptly and with an agent all plenty of time. So, please keep
and grounds to properly house Mrs. Jas. Duga.
Jeffersontown. Cumb. phone
Mr. and C. E. Thompson, of Simp o'clock, after an illness of several it and there is no reason why it should who looks after your interests. Be- in mind the close. No votes will be
our children worth thisoutlay? Will
with weeks, at St. Anthony's Hospital, not accomplish some great good for fore renewing in some companies or awarded after 3 o'clock p. m. on
For Sale Second crop cold storage seed anybody speak out for or against sonville, spent the week-enand other varieties this plan? Let us hear the pros and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thompson.
potatoes. Irish Cobbler
where she had been taken the day the community. It will, if out citi taking out fire insurance on new August 27.
KAHLERT PRODUCE CO., 237 E. Jefferson
Miss Nell Hill, of Anchorage, was before for a surgical operation. She zens will forget their petty feelings buildings it might pay you to see J.
cons on this question through your
Louisville. Hoth phones.
paper. If anyone can propose a the guest Sunday of Miss Fannie was the wife of John Frey, a promin and all go to work for the better C. Alcock.
Another Extra Vote Offer.
ent blacksmith, of Buechel, and the ment of our home town.
For Sale -- Thorough bred Collie pups; also better plan I will heartily favor it. Hill.
nice Jersey bull: cood fresh cow. CHAS. D
Miss Linnie Weatherbee spent the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
The meeting adiourned to meet
For each three subscriptionsto The
But in God's name and the children's,
Buechel, July 17. The Misses and Jeffersonian at $1.00 turned in at one
visiting her grandmother Kaiser, Sr. Besides her husband and the first Monday night in August.
let us do something that will mark week-enparents she is survived by two daughMessrs. Yann were given a surprise time at this office between July 15th
For Sale. Fresh Shorthorn cow and calf. decided progress in thisschoolmat Mrs. S. O. Weatherbee.
party Saturday night at their beau- and July 30th. 500 extra votes will
W. T. LINDLE, Jeffersontown.
Revival at Methodist Church.
Miss Lissie Yenowine has returned ters, Margaret, aged nine years, and
Vernice, nearly two years old. She
tiful new home at Newburg.
from a week's visit in the city.
Music be given.
If six subscriptions are
A revival meeting will begin at
John B. McFerran.
ForSale Household furniture, stove. etc.
Mrs. Jeptha Reel spent several also leaves three sisters, Misses the Jeffersontown Methodist church and dancing were enjoyed until a sent in at one time 1.000 votes will be
almost new. Apply to FANELLI BROS.
days last week with her daughter, Martraret, Mayme and Ida Belle on Monday, July 25. The pastor, Re v late hour. The following were pres- awarded, and so on.
Kaiser, and five brothers, Messrs. H.S.Gillette, will be assisted by ent: Misses Theresa Deimer, Louise
Mrs. Walter Swan.
Chas. E. Seng at the same time will
of framing lumber: also
Miss Margaret Robinson, of Louis Albert, Conrad, Jr., Fred, Chester
Yann, Freda Schnieder, Margaret give 500 votes with each cash purJuly 17. Miss Mary Blackwell
extra good work horse. Apply to H. A. spent the first of the week with Miss ville, spent last Sunday with her and Clifton Kaiser, a brother, Henry,
Henn. Amelia Yann,
Annabelle chase of $1.00 at his store, 300 East
HUMMEL. Cumb. phone. Jeffersontown.
De imer. Mary Kaelin, Anna Yann Market St., Louisville.
died about a year atro. The funeral
mother, Mrs. Milton Robinson.
Mae Fertig, of Louisville.
Mr. J. W. Windstandly, who has services were conducted from Green
Darinna Herman: Messrs. Rnhprr
For Sale. Fresh Jerey cow and calf.
Miss Edythe Sturgeon has returned
W. V. TUCKER. Jeffersontown. Ky.
wood Presbyterian church Friday af
Henn, Carl Deimer, George Yann,
week with been quite sick, is convalescing.
home, after spendiug the
2 o'clock by the Rev.
picnic will be given
Henry Deimer, Joel Yann, Will
The members of Pleasant Grove ternoon at
ForSale Pure apple vinegar: also pure friends and relatives in Louisville.
Baptist church gave a social at the Theodore John, of whose church she
Kaelin. Earle Barnes. AugustZender, 23, theair grounds on Saturdav. July
Haupshiredown bucks. Address J. L.
Mrs. John Beckley entertained at
Henry Zender, Joe Yann and John town the Cedar Creek and Jeffersonhome of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Corban was a member, assisted by the Rev.
Pound. Clark. Jefferson couuty Ky.
dinner Tuesday. Covers were laid Thursday evening
in preparations of E. W. Elliott, and the interment
body is cordially invited.
Mrs. C. P. Burnett and children,
For Sale Seed potatoes three varieties. for
took place at Eastern cemetery.
George Jay and Percy, of Paducah, the meeting, which is to begin the
Leslie Collins. Jeffersontown. Ky.
This death takes away three of the
Mrs. Eugene Vandergriple, of Louis
The Children s Guild of the family in one year, Mr. Henry Kais
For Sale A nice mare mule, twelve, years ville, Mr. and Mrs. George Beckley
old; splendid work animal. C. M. Robb. R. D.
Methodist church will give a picnic er havintr died last July and Mr.
and Mrs. Alice Beckley.
10. Buechel. Ky.
Saturday afternoon. Miss Hattie Jacob Driver, a brother of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Dale entertain
ForSale Ice. Call at my store when in ed at dinner Wednesday for Mr. and Yenowine, who has this work in Keiser, died several months
Miss Gertrude Hikes entertained
charge, will take this merry little
need of it. FRED LAUSM AN.
Mrs. Jas. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. band with
their lunch boxes out to the following young people at her
Fertilizer; a bone Chas. Dale, of Fisherville.
For Sale. Homestead
the Hartwell woods, where they home Wednesday evening: Misses
black. H. L. GOOSE. Jeffersontown.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Beckley had expect to have one of the merriest Dorothy Skiles, Sadie Skiles, Eliza
as their guests last week Mr. and times of their lives.
Rev. Joncy W Weldon.
beth Skiles, Ethel Hikes: Messrs
Mrs. L. H. Greggs and daughter,
The Sunday-schoo- l
of the Christian Orville J. Stivers, Palmer Mitchell, Rev. Joncy W. Weldon, the boy
Miss Laura, of Port Arthur, New church will give a picnic August 4th and Herbert Tinsley.
evangelist. Mr. Weldon has been
good grass; Mexico, Mrs. C. P. Burnett and childWanted. Stock to pasture:
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Mrs. Carpenter, of Perryville, Ky., very successful in winning people to
good fence: prices reasonable; but not re- ren, George Jay and Percy, of Pa
is visiting her son and daughter, Mr
Cox atChenoweth station.
sponsible for accidents or strayed stock. H.
great meeting is ex
Christ and a
ducah, Mr. J. L. Gregg, Mrs. Julia
The Ladies of the Methodist and Mrs. Stewart Carpenter, for pected at
L. GOOSE. Jeffersontown.
Finley, of Shelbyville, and Mr. How church gave a
at the several weeks.
Wanted I will pay good prices for live ell Beckley.
lawn fete given by Miss Nettie
new parsonage Monday. A beauti
foxes.coons. skunks and partridges. Address
Mrs. Julia Isaacs and cousin, Mrs. fully decorated table was spread in Diemer on Thursday afternoon and
Jeffersonian, JeffersonR. L.H.. care The
evening was a brilliant successs. A
M. Thompson, of Sturgis, aie visi tne large aining room, where
ting Mrs. L. L. Russel, of Louisville. delicious dinner was served to all large crowd attended.
Elizabeth, the little daughter of Supper at Bethany Church Mr. Alexander's
Wanted You to know that I am now sellMiss Myrtle Shaw, ot Crescent Hill, Two missionary ladies were present
ing ice. Give me a call. FRED LAUSMAN.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Struck, is ill of
Death Other Items of Interest.
is visiting her aunt, Miss Elmira from Louisville, Mrs. Reecer and
Our No. 102
Mrs. Peprie, who spoke upon mission the measles.
The Society of Equity met at
work in the foreign lands.
Wanted You to save vour free coupons
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mullins and Mr.
Valley Station, July 18. Miss
for some popular lady in the Jeffersonian s Gordon Mullins attended a conven- pleasant day was spent,
each Hikes' schoolhouse Wednesday eve
We Can INTEREST YOU
Anybody Can !
contest. Cast them each week for your
ning. Mr. Chesterfield, of Louisville, Sarah Burnett is visiting her aunt,
declaring it was good to be there.
tion at Flat Rock church lastFriday.
Tjhose who attended the convention addressed the meeting.
Mrs. L. M. Camp.
Mrs. Elizabeth Weiss, Mrs. Clara held at Flat Rock church
Miss Luella Groom is visiting rela
The Improvement League of
to sell anything or
Wanted. If you want
Schoening, Mr. and Mrs. Henry from here are as follows: Mrs. B. Hikes' school held their regular tives in Louisville.
want to buy anything, this column is the
place to advertise. It is read by everybody. Scheriff and sons,, John and Henry, Guthrie, Miss Kate Guthrie, Mrs. meeting at the schoolhouse Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Conn spent Sun
of Louisville, have returned to their John Claxton, Mrs. Wm. Rooksbury evening to discuss the new graded day with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stone-streeRates only one cent
homes, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Elizabeth Rooksbury.
Wanted Farm hands: good wages offered. E. P. Johnson.
Miss Ruth Yager, of Louisville, is
Dairy, inc.. Jeffersontown
Rev. J. W. Conkling spent Sunday
Mrs. Edw Roman entertained last
Misses Sue and Blanche Blackwell, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Philip the guest several days this week of with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dodge.
Messrs. Jas. Morris and Howard Buchannon, Mrs. Levon and children, Miss Emma Whistler.
The Ladies Aid of Bethany church
Wanted You to place your fire insurance Walker visited friends in NewAl- - Mrs. Henry Buchannon and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kiiser enter will give an ice cream supper on the
In the very best companies. See J.
bany and Jeffersonville last Sunday. Mrs. L. P. Arterburn, Misses
20; hours 7 to 11 p.
Susie tained relatives from the city Sun church lawn Aug.
Agent. Jeffersontown. Ky.
Mrs. T. D. Cassady, of Crestwood, and Effie Buchannon.
m. Take Orell Cc.r and get off at
Mr. and Mrs. John Luhr, of Louis Bethany stop.
has returned home, accompanied by
Miss Kate Urton entertained FriFor Rent.
ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Mrs. W. S. Mills and daughter,
her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Beckley, who day Mr. and Mrs. Chas
Weatherbee, Stivers Sunday.
while with her.
Lucille Mills, of Louisville, were
For Rent In Jeffersontown storeroom will spend a short
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Urton, Mrs. Libbie
Mr. and Mrs. John Jones spent a Brown and Miss
M'. and Mrs. Andrew Fuchs enter- - guests of Mrs. S. S. Foss Sunday.
suitable for feed store. Apply to J. C.
Ky. Cumb. phone few days this week in Louisville.
tyinec at a christening supper on
Mr. W. L Napier and family, of
Mrs. Wm. Poulter entertained the Sunday evening. A large crowd was Highland Park, are visiting Mrs.
Miss Lula Sturgeon visited her
week-enHer guests were Mrs. present:
cousin, Miss Brooks, of Middletown,
Agnes Clark, Mrs. N. Puckett, Misses
Miss Nettie Glaser, of Louisville,
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian
Mr. and Mrs. John Gilliland enter- Archie Whitehouse, Myrtle and was a guest of Miss Marguerite L. church will give an outing WednesLost. Lady's hand purse on road within
Sunday. Covers Edna Puckett, of Hatten, and Mr. Bean Sunday.
day in Mr. Kennedy's woods.
two miles of Tuckers Station, containingone tained at dinner
one dollar bill, one were laid for the following: Rev. P. aad Mrs. Edgar Cox.
Miss Lee Woodward, of Louisville,
Mr. Samuel Moremen's guests Sun
five dollar bill and one
- half dollar, one quarter and four nickles.
Mrs. B. T. Coleman is entertaining has&een.the guestof Miss Marguerite day were Misses Medora Miller, SusJ. Ross, of Simpsonville, Rev. Jas.
Returnto THE JEFFERSONIAN and receive Sittori, of Leitchfield, and Miss Myr- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Conkling, of L. Bean, of Fern Creek, for several an Moore, Ethel Miller, Susie and
Louisville, this week. Mr. and Mrs. weeks.
Elizabeth Hegan, Rena Neil, Pearl
tle Shaw, of Crescent Hill.
week-enConkling expect to spend several
Mrs. Jas. Orr spent the
Carter and Josephine Kennedy,
Remember we club with the city
Over $100 in prizes given away in Messrs. Stewart and Emory Dravo,
subscribers money with her daughter, Mrs. Bruce Har- weeks visiting his congregation
papers and, save
Will Neil, Carl Miller, Will Weller,
the popularity contest.
, din, of Shelby county.
tn all orders.
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