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sonian one year, only
Louisville Times and The
Jeffersonian one year, by
mail to any address . . $4.50
ONLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE INTERESTS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY
Every Thursday at
Jefferson town, Jefferson County, Ky., Thursday, February 24, !910.
Vol. 3. No. 36.
levy made let us know for what we
been ill for several weeks of rheuma
kind is done, Jeffersontown will never
tism, is not very much improved.
are taxed before it is made and stick
come into its own.
George Kaiser lost a valuable cow
to that purpose.
Our little neighbor. Buechel, a vilI am ready with my contribution.
last week by accident.
lage of possibly a dozen houses and a
Advertisements under this head 10c. Cent
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bates are the
word. No ad taken for less than
Very truly yours,
is that progressive
Horace W. Moremen. All The News Of Interest Along recipients of a baby girl, born Feb.
that our local paper Asked For By H. W. Moremen To
From E. R. Sprowl Upon Public and
recently made the statement, "that
The Rev. Herbert Tinsley will
bank, and they
14 hands hieh;
Buechel wanted a
For Sale Good pony, about
preach at Fairview church Sunday,
ke's Point, Feb. 21. A surprise
now is the time to buy her. as winter is
built it: they wanted a cold storage
Feb. 27 at eleveno'clock in the mornparty was given to Mrs. George
over; good saddle and harness and
plant, and it is now in operation:
ing and seven-thirtWinkler February 20th by many of
anv body can drive her.Also surrev.harness.
in the evening.
they wanted a lumber yard, and are
trood summer surrey and good black locustThose present were: Mr. And Mrs. Frank Briscoe And Miss Every one come and help to enlarge
Says The County Board And Others Should her friends.
posts for sale. Apply to J. W. HOKK. Jeffef- Says Citizens Who Are Able Are Not Taking now selling lumber."
Mr. and Mrs. Heury Stutzenburger,
Gertrude Hikes Entertain
Henry Fredis much larger than Buechel,
Find Out What Is Best And Then Use
Proper Interest Compares JeffersonMr. and Mrs. William Winkler, Mr.
Miss Cleone Summers and Hugh
thickly settled communa
erick Loses Fine Horse.
Tax For That Purpose.
and Mrs. Fred Westerman and
Summers were the guests of the
three year old unbroken
town With Buechel.
ity, which is in a prosperous condihorse mule. Lrn M. Bryan. Cumb Phone
Misses Skiles Sunday afternoon.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn
tion. Occupying a location second to
Henry Frederick lost a horse valand.son, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bier-manone in this whole state, JeffersonMr. and Mrs. Joe Smith and
ued at $250 Sunday night.
Yellow onion seed, 300 pounds.
town needs a public hall more than
Valley Station, Feb. 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fegenbush were
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Stutzen- K Buechel, Feb. 21 Mr. and Mrs.
Editor Jeffersonian: The writer Buechel needed any of the instituJohn Fekrisg. Sta. K., Route 3. Louisville.
To The Jeffersonian:
burger, Jr., and son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Briscoe entertained on Mon the guests of Miss May me Kaiser
recently met a gentleman uion the tions mentioned. And yet, so far,
Mr. Stivers and our school board Fred Wilhelm and daughter; Misses day at a valentine dance in honor of Sunday evening.
street, who is prominently identified
For Sale. Farmers, don't buy fertilizer with an institution that would receive we have not been able to sell but a for the county, without question, Hannah and Anna Bierman, Carrie theirdaugliter. Miss Virginia Briscoe,
Miss Gertrude Hikes entertained
of the stock re
till you've inspected the Kaufman Brands
more direct benefit in the erection quisite to build it. And compar- want to do the best they know how Ulmer, Mmie Hahn, Messrs. Dan at their home near Newburg. The on Monday evening the young ladies'
B. BF.KKY'S. Fern rreek.
of a public hall here than any other atively nothing from the source for the cause of education in the Stutxenburger, Ernest Smyser, Chas. table was beautifully decorated in and men's classes of Hikes" Sunday!
county. What we want now is the Meyer, Geo. Brunk, Joe Parish, Fred American Beauty roses and valen- school. Those present were Misses
For Sale A good work mule. A. B. BRA- enterprise, and was asked to "define from which
it should come.
VO. Cumb. Phone. 4 Jeffersontown.
best light on the subject for these Hahn, Adam Winkler and Lally tines. The following were the guests Kmma Whistler, Theresa Diemer,
relative to its
The statement has been made "that gentlemen and the taxpayers, so we Andy. Music by Meyers'
Scholarship in Creager's erection, which is now being promot30
orchestra. present: Misses Dora Kuuzman, Mar- Dorothy Skiles, Anna B. Diemer,
For Sale-these folks are holding back, and may all work in concert and in- Her many friends wish her many garet Pfeffer, Lula Briscoe. Elizabeth Ethel Hikes, Florence
Apply at this office.
ed by our Commercial Club." We
school at a bargain.
want to know first who the officers telligently for what is best.
more happy birthdays.
Several Heafer, Nellie Gallagher, Sarah FJizabeth Graff, Elizabeth Skihs.
are told ''that the shifting of straws
are going to be in control, before they
Mr. J. B. McFerran, last fall, offer- beautiful presents was received. A Mills, Barbara Hardmeier, Willie Katherine Graff, Ida B. Kaiser, Sadie
denote the direction of the wind."' will unloose
Do ed to pay
the expenses of a com- delightful dinner and supper was Briscoe and Mrs. Hart: Messrs.
Skiles, Adelia Bischoff, Cleone Sumwhen an intelligent member of
Stivers, Minor Brooks, John mers and Margaret Driver: Messrs.
For Kent. Six acres of garden to K. on our club, connected with a business they not, as business men, know that mittee, if the school board would served.
there can be no organization until send one, to investigate the concar line, near Fern Creek. Apply
Lannert, Errett Mills, John Kanzler, Kdward Whistler. Hugh Summers,
so closely in touch with our com36'lfSprowl. Jeffersontown.
all the stock shall have been sub- solidated system in Indiana.
Ernest Briscoe, George Kanzler, Fred Graff, George Roederer. Earl
mercial interests, pays so little at- scribed, when
Barnes, Augusta Zehnder.
there will be a meet- board accepted the offer and selected
Charles Gallagher and Roy Singleton. Kaiser, Albert Kanzler. LouisChester
house. 2 miles tention to so important a matter,
ing of the stock holders, and the ofHugh Summers and Chester Whist- and T. S. Skiles. Jr.
from Jeffersontown. Apply to F.
that has been openly discussed for ficers elected, each share of stock Messrs. T. B. Miller and J. P.
Mr. J. B. Finley is still on the sick
sometime and brought to his per- representing one vote? Now, if they Shively, who with Mr. McFerran, Get Little Comfort From Ruling By Judge ler returned Friday night from Frankfort after a visit there with their list.
visited various school buildings for
cottage, with cellar, sonal attention upon at least two
Field in Matter Growing Out Of
are uneasy on this score, and want consolidated schools and were very
Mrs. Bryan Williams is reported to
classes of the Manual Training High
garden and all necessary outbuildings. occasions, treats it with that indif- control,
is yet enough unsold favorably impressed, by
IDA STANDI FO R D Route 11. Buechel. ference that he does not even underMRS.
stock for them to subscribe for thereJohn Fegenbush, after successfully
stand its purport, what can we ex- by placing them in full control of the appliances and reportsof the patrons
School Trustees Meeting.
passing the county examination, has
of the schools.
pect to accomplish?
situation. They are all honorable
Wanted a gardener to garden on shares:
What I want to suggest in this is An important ruling in a suit of a entered the Male High School, of 3 The school trustees of Division No.
Our Commercial Club .vas organ- men. And I, for one, would be only
will meet next Saturday, Feb. 2fi,
can furnish all ground that is needed. tt-t- C.
dairyman against Dr. B. W. Smock,
ized Oct. 8, 1909, with 50 members. too glad if they would do this. And that we take up a subscription County Health Officer, and Dr. F. T. Louisville.
BRUCE. Jeffersontown. Ky.
at 1 o'clock p. m. in the John C.
MissCleone aud Mr. Hugh Summers
We now have 111 members.
We if they would like to assume charge through the county and get a fund Eisenman, State Veterinarian, was
were the guests of Misses Theresa Bruce building, room 7, in Jeffersonsufficient to send the eight gentlehave met at regular intervals, done of the promotion of this enterprise, I
town. The inclement weather has
men composing the school board, delivered at joint session Saturday and Anna B. Diemer Sunday.
a good deal of talking and planning. am willing to even resign as
by Judge William H. Field. If this
George Jackson, a respected negro prevented the board from coming
our County School Superintendent,
Wan run All the young men of the town to What results have been obtained?
together the past week, so it is
the CommercialClub, increase Mr. Stivers, our
spend their leisure hours playing billiards at Why is it thus? Some of the memrepresentative, Mr. ruling be put to antests it is saidlarge man, of Buechel, aged about forty-fiv- e hoped there will be a full attendance
my stock: in fact, do anything within
years, died Friday morning after
my tables. No swearing or gambling
Owings, and Mr. J. C. Alcock, the it will
point in favor of the
erated. Barber shop in connection. Fred bers of our regular committees have my power to advance the interests editor of our county paper, to
a several months' illness of tubercu of our board members. The present
their first time to meet with us. of old Jeffersontown, whether I rePrell. Jeffersontown.
milk campaign will have been losis. He leaves a wife and several school term is to be extended, but it
And some of them live only a short ceive any direct personal benefits or same schools visited by the com- gained. The suit was that of Gottis necessary that the matter be
children. He was buried Sunday near definitely settled at
mittee and Mr. McFerran and let
Wanted You to remember that Jeff- distance from our place of meeting.
Kans. the tinner, is still in plenty ofinberry When asked about it. they reply, "I credit, or not. Let's have the hall. them see the schools at actual work, fried F. Gauman against the officials Newburg.
moment to relieve the suspense of
If vou are suspicious of us, we are get reports from parents
named and was for $145, the value of
ersontown. and will have
Mr. Lancaster, of Buechel. who has patrons and teachers.
whose two cows
buckets on hand this spring. Also tin your did not know that you had a meeting: not of you. And will help you all we
of the plaintiff dairyman
children are hauled, from the patrojs
and snouting. Place
or I had company: or we had some can.
ofof the schools, the teachers, all ordered killed by the defendant
I could not leave: or I
ficers, following the tuberculin test.
Now, for a contrast: "Let he with about the attendance
this ground The answer of the defendant
had a hog, or cow to look after," etc., eyes see,
and he with ears hear!" hog weather, how successful the
officials was to cite the laws on the
Mr. John B. McFerran, a man of truant officer is and as
much infor- subject of condemning and killing
My friends, if your mind will not wealth, without the least thought of
Lost Feb. 22. pocket book between Fry's
mation as possible. Each one of the
Hill and O'Bannon, on the Westport road. contain the date of a regular, set self aggrandizement, last year wantIt was set forth
board can then tell which is the best tubercular cattle.
to Fry's Hill store and receive meeting, or you could not excuse
that the cows in question were killed
ed to help our schools. He plead system, and if the consolidated
yourself from your company one with you to accept his gift of $7,000,
as the result of the tuberculin test
system is so much the best each of
administered by a United States vetLost The coantv man who does nolif vtake night in a month, or the music of an and tried to save a part of the $40,000, these gentlemen will come
home and erinary expert and after the proper
his county paper, if found, please
organ and fiddle, and the squeal of a which Mr. Moremen truthfully si ated,
hog is of more importance and value in your paper a few days age,' had act as missionaries 101 tnat system, process.
The defendants pleaded
to you than the "hum of industry," practically been wasted, other state- or they wiil be convinced the preseut that in ordering thje animalsdispatch-esystem is best and retain it.
they acted in their official capathen you do not feel any but selfish, ments to the contrary notwithstand- district
As far as they are concerned the
city; were only doing their duty and
individual interest in this life, and ing. Mr. McFerran visited all parts
you will never be of much benefit to of the county in order to familiarize light will be turned on. They are should not be punished for doing
YOUR SPRING HAT
Cyphers Standard Incubators and Brooders are far above
your fellow man. You are perfectly himself as to what he considered the well acquanted with the district what they were sworn to do.
Your last year's
willing to "brave the elements" and best locality in which to establish a system and this trip will give them
The case was up on the demurrer of
competition in Hatching-- in Construction, in Value and in
us clean and
a view of the consolidated system the plaintiff to the answer of the de
make personal sacrifices when "me graded school.
Reliability. For that reason they are used upon more ExThe natural advanblock it to look like
fendants, and the ruling has the efand my wife, my son and his wife, us tages of Jeffersontown have so im- at work.
new. Work done
periment Stations; by more big- poultry and duck plants,
iiromptly and by ex
four, no more," can receive all the pressed him that, even though he has A gentlman who lives three miles fect of throwing the case out of
and by more fanciers than all other makes combined. The
benefit, and are assured of the fact met with the treatmentthat he has, he from Jeffersontown told me his dis- court. In their answer the defendants
trict had just put up a new building. quoted the opinion of Judge O'Rear latest 1910 pattern
is to be in it, even still has your interests at heart and
The district had voted the tax. The of
the Court of Appeals, which opinis still willing to help you, if you will house was
built and as far as he was ion was concurred in by the other
Next door to Avenue Theater
If those who would be the chief only help yourselves. He has joined concerned he had six girls who at2:54 Third and Jefferson. Branches
Market, and 21(5 beneficiaries would have responded the writer in the purchase of about tended school and he did not want judges of the court. This
20:5 Fourth, near
notable "kill the cows and save the
Market. as promptly and liberally as a great thirty-tw- o
acres of and. Five acres of them to ride to and from JeffersonThird, bet. Jefferson and
babies" opinion. Judge Field's ruling
many who have gone their limit and this tract will be set apart for school
town in wagons with 15 or 20 other has this statement:
subscribed for the stock that has purposes. The remainder we expect boys and girls six miles every day.
"Judge O'Rear's opinion is conbeen taken it would not now be to develop in such manner as to make
new house was built and being clusive of the case," a law term that
necessary to call a special meeting it very attractive, in order to induce Their wan
in a central part of the dis- means nothing for the bereaved
to raise the requisite balance to good citizens to locate with us, and
easy access to
These machihes are practically automatic they run
erect this building. It is a matter take an interest in the building and trict, of were willing all. beHe nor dairyman. Times.
themselves; they are
that carries its own appeal to all support of this school. To do this to build a consolidated school at JeffI really can repair your
No need to worry with them at night. They run
intelligent and public spirited minds. will require quite a large sum of monersontown. The people of the
just as steadily without varying- a degree while you are
It is a self advertised, self evident ey. Yet this good man is willing to Kosmosdale district voted a 20 cent Feb. 21 Miss Dorothy Moremen
Box, Time Recorder, etc.
will from an investment assume the risk of a loss, and agrees
fact, that it
asleep as they do while you are awake. Don't buy a cheap,
on themselves to build a school-hous- has returned to Millersburg after
standpoint prove a financial success to donate any profit he may derive to tax
good for nothing machine that results in lost time, much
With the county levy this is spending the
to say nothing about the social the school.
What a lesson this a 40 cent tax on that district for parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Moremen.
worry and poor hatches. Buy the best THE CYPHERS.
if I cannot.
feature, and the important ad- ought to be to us! Here is a compar- school purposes.
This Jeffersontown Mr. Jim Robinson and family were
vantage of its very existence denot- ative stranger, who has our welfare
CALL AND SEE THE GOODS
district and the Kosmosdale district the guests of Mrs. Harry Burnett,
ing that we are progressive and
so at heart, that he is willing to take
in this 20 cent county levy are help- Sunday.
thereby attracting enter- this risk for us and so materially
Or Write for Particulars to
134 S. Fourth St.
Mrs. Anna Smith, of Louisville,
ing to build schoolhouses
prising strangers to us.
help us to do that which our own Breidenthal's and Mr. Sternberg's dis- spent last week with her daughter,
Louisville never cut much figure conscience should have prompted us tricts, for both of these gentlemen Mrs. Wm. Dempley.
in the financial world until its Com- to have done long ago. The writer used their eighth of the county levy
Mrs. H. B. Burnett spent Friday in
mercial Club began to advertise it cannot afford to do as much as Mr. for housebuilding purposes.
Louisville with friends.
and bring about those conditions McFerran, because he is not able to
Mrs. J. W. Knadler, who has been
claim that a tax for the
conducive towards its development. do so. Should our project prove a So, the
consolidated houses is not fair be- ill, is convalescent.
One of the first things it did was to success, he will contribute liberally
Mrs. S. E. Dodge entertained the
cause it taxes one part of the county
erect a suitable building to accom- as well. And should it prove a loss
Sole Agents for This District.
Fire Proofed- .- Insurable.
benefitof another partand fall Methodist Aid at her home last
modate the gatherings from other he will have to share the same with for the ground, for
is done under Thursday afternooH.
sections, invited there for the Mr. McFerran. And should we not to the
Mrs. Mollie Alsop has returned
On Medium-size- d
money, this section will be the present system as in this case
purpose of getting them to locate make any
and if the consolidated system is from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
d J fkfk Furnished
with them. Behold the result! We benefited thousands of dollars from
while some of the county would Will Allen, of Kosmosdale.
have not a place even for our club to the improvements we make. And best,
get it as soon as other parts all Mr. G. M. Fenley and family were
meet, to say nothing about our en- while he has, singlehanded, worked not
would eventually get it if adopted the guests of Mrs. Jno. Conn Sunday.
tertainments that we would like to this matter to the point it now has by the board, and instead of being Mrs. Kate Thornberry, of Taylor
have, and which any place of refine- reached, he wants it distinctly under909 W. Market St.
and keep in re- Boulevard, is the guest of Mrs. R. H.
Mr. McFerran, and he taxed to build, equip
Louisville. ment ought to have. And if we were stood, that to
pair five or six houses we should be Stonestreet.
Home Phone 3030
in position to handle conventions, alone, is the credit due for making
Miss Bessie Smith and Mrs. Jno.
equip, and keep one
And we taxed to build,
etc., that frequently would like to such conditions possible.
Conn were the guests of Mrs. Robert
meet outside the city, it would be of owe a debt of gratitude to this noble in repair.
There is not a finer lot of boys and Burrell, of Louisville, last Friday.
vast benefit to us in more ways than man, which can be paid in only one
The Ladies Aid of the Christian
by taking hold of this school girls any where than those now of
one, as it would invite a large num way,
county, and Church spent the day with Mrs. Joe
We Print Anything
ber of strangers here and afford us promotion when the time comes and school age in Jefferson
we want them and their successor to Dodge last Tuesday.
the opportunity to impress them with prove our appreciation by our work.
BOTH PHONES 2635.
From a Visiting Card
Miss Bessie Smith is visiting relDo this, and build this hall, and old have the best possible plan adopted
the future possibilities of our great
to a Book
atives in Louisville.
section and inducing them to locate Jeffersontown will come to the front to get the best results from the taxesI K Mrs. J. B. Smith and Mrs. Blanche
426 South Fifth Street, Between Green LOUISVILLE, KY.
MONEY FOR YOU with us. Until something of this in such a manner that nothing on we pay for school
WE CAN SAVE
suggest the teachers of each school Robinson have returned from visiting
earth can head us off or stop the flow
and friends in Louisville
of prosperity that will pour down up- ask the patrons for a contribution relatives
and Jeffersonville last week.
and the eight trustees and the
on us. Will you do it?
trustees of each district can take up Mr. Roy Burnett, formerly of this HUDSON BROS.
GO'S. COMBINATION SALE
a collection and turn the amounts county, who has quite ill with,
E. R. Sprowl.
9 miles from this city, on traction line and pike,
over to Mr. Stivers, or Mr. Alcock, appendicitis at Pittsburg, Pa., is
Hudson Bros. & Co. will hold their
hnnep and all necessarv out- i
ii uuaun., "
to be used by these named gentle very much improved and is able to
ANNUAL COMBINATION SALE OF
iu acres, near auuve, m
investigating the merit of be at work again.
buildings, fruit, shade, etc., good water adjoining above out- - $2,000
The organization known as the men in
log house and new
L P. Moremen, Jr., who is a student HIGH-CLAS- S
3 miles from the city limits,
and PLEASURE HORSES
2,000 "Carnation Socials" will give a se- those schools in Indiana, while at
buildings, plenty of fruit of all kinds, good land
of the Manuel Training School, went
work. So, if we have another tax of
19 acres bottom land adjoining
At their Sale Stables, Louisville, Ky., on
lect dance at Cassella's hall, at 20 cents on the county we shall know with the Louisville school excursion
log house, barn, etc., good well,
17 acres, near city limits,
to Frankfort Friday;whilethere they
on Easter Monday night, whether it is best to build
MARCH 31 AND
visited the Legislature and had a
Acreage, 76 acres- -5 miles from this city, near traction line and o,iuu March 28, 1910. Messrs. Alex Bauer
A consolidated school;
pike, good garden land
pleasant and profitable trip.
To extend the school term:
and H. Snyders compose the commit
We solicit your patronage, believing we can get you satisfactory prices
schoolhouses for various
tee, and the affair promises to be
for your horses. For further information, address
The Daily Herald and The Jef134 S. Fifth St., Louisville. one of the most enjoyable of the districts which have none.
HUDSON BROS. & CO., 1048 E. Main St., Louisville, Ky.
J. R. MONEY,
Turn on the light and if theie is a fersonian, both one year, $3.25.
Home Phone 1498; Cumb. Main 1490.
Manager Farm Dtpartneat.
HATCH MORE STRONG CHICKS
BUY THE BEST HATCHER.
LET US SHOW YOU.
New York Hatters
is The Time
Preston and Jefferson Sts., Louisville, Ky.
R. E. McDowell,
PYER ANP CUEANER
Ladies' and Gents' Wearing
Falls City Real Estate Co.