Are You A Stockholder
IN BEAUTIFUL EVERGREEN CEMETERY?
HANCOCK, A small Michigan town, has a
Cemetery, which pay IS Per Cent Annually.
ia not a dream
but a reality.
been opened to the public and lota are being sold daily.
The men comprising the Board of Directors with their established
standing of known integrity and business ability, with their expressed purpose of making the cemetery a success, is a guarantee of the safety of the
WRITE FOR IT
SUCCESS IS ASSURED.
Superintendent Masonic Home'
T. JEFFERSON ADAMS
.President Vissman Packing Co.
State Superintendent Kentucky Children's Home
GEO. L. SEHON
. .President Geo. G. Fetter Co.
GEQ. G. FETTER
President Kentucky Parfay Co.
FRANK H. STITZEL
General Manager Evergreen Cemetery Co.
JOHN L. LYNN
Attorney at Law
G. A. ELLERKAMP
..Vie president Kentucky Parfay Co.
Trustee Georgetown College, Georgetown, Ky.
J. W. THACKER
How many of them do you know?
with keen foreThey are representative business men of Louisville--m- en
sight and aggressive ability.
Cemetery, New Jersey, stock
advanced from $25 to $35 a share in fifteen months.
We have a very interesting booklet "Where Your Money Will Yield
Evergrowing Cash Profits.".
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
at our Board of Directors.
Until "Evergreen" was opened, Louisville had only ONE
cemetery. Think of it! A city of 250,000 inhabitants with only one
"Evergreen" is no longer in the experimental stage, as the number of
burials and lot sales, abundantly testify.'
The coupon is'for your convenience:
EVERGREEN CEMETERY COMPANY
Kindly send me your naw booklet "Where your money will yield
Evergrowing Cash Profits."
witness a dedication of little ones to
God we are forcibly reminded
Mt. Washington, Sept. 20. The Christ's words, "Except ye become as
friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. little children, ye shall in no wise enof God."
Sweeney were very proud of the ter into
Mrs. B. D. Burch was called to the
upon their lithigh honor conferred
tle daughter, Helen, at the State bedside of her brother, Will Rody,
Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney and her near Owensboro, last week. Mr. Rody
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wiggin-to- was shot by his stepson, whether purwere so long residents of our posely or accidentally, we have not
town that we feel a very personal learned. Since Mrs. Burch left here
we have heard that Mr. Rody has
pride in this prize Kentucky baby.
give a Coun passed away. He has a number of re- The Maccabees will
a LI VCD n UUIiiVV r WBOIWVO wTT V D
try Store, pie and ice cream supper InliifAo 111 TJntHtf VVts hnoilaD turn DID.
ters in Louisville.
Saturdey night, Sept. 25, at their
Miss Mary Belle Salyers and Mr,
hall here, for the benefit of Macca-be- e
Phil Ashbaugh went to Louisville last
Tent No. 3.
baptized week and were quietly married.
Rev. S. L. C. Coward
Mr. Jacob Collier has sold his farm
James Louis and Virginia Herln at
the home of their grandmother, Mrs. near here to a Mr. Armstrong and
J. W. Herin, last Saturday at 10 will give possession about Christo'clock a. m. It was a sweet and mas. Mr. Collier is looking for a
sacred ceremony, and each time we place here to locate.
MT- - WASHINGTON
Sarah Jpsd left a tan rain
c at at Cltv Limits statl on. Kinder
return to her or The Jt ITersonian and
Fall Suits and Overcoats
flood sucKimir horse con
Ioisalb one to mal b. H. A. HUMMEL,
SOCIAL AT ROCKY HILL
A box socl.il and country store will
ob SALS 80 acres improved lano near
be given at Rocky Hill achoolhouse tifclley. U. COLLINS. Jeffersontown. u-Wednesday, Sept. 29, beginning at Foa
SauIsows wlih piss by their sides
8 o'clock u. ni., for benefit af the aid one uuroc Jersey boar that took 115. in
51st premiums at State fair. MRS. JOHN
school. This it; a most worthy cause
MMCOIC.Route 19 St. Matthews; Cumb phone
For Men and Young Men
Now Ready for Vour inspection
aod a larKe crowd in desired. Every,
IFor SAW-Pi- ve
horses; can be seen at
CHRIST'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Hud HunslngfiN at Punk's Branch
Sl,'ll LA NUE & YENNKR.
"Why I am a Lutheran? Why have
Fob Sals Fine youns
a Creed t Why not take the Bible as THOKNE, Fern Creek, Jersey cow. I.t N.
a Creed?" discussed at 10:45 a. nv
September 26th at Christ's Lutheran
Sabbath-schofresh Jersey cow and Calf. 1KM-i- .
at 9:30 a. m. No preaching
or C. E. S. in the evening true to the
revival in a neighboring church. All
Sal Scholarship In Bryant 6
ss College and Creaarer'a B uslneas
made welcome. REV. J. E
at bis bargains.
ZEM a.girl should sec us atSome energetic
GER, D. D., Pastor.
elf for a good position. Write or te
Our Schloss Bros. Clothes of Baltimore
$15.00 TO $30.00
are better than a majority of tailors can make at
double the pricewith a saving to you of 20 to 25
cents on the dollar as compared to other store prices
Jefferson, Oeffersontown. Ky.
I'm Sals Household furniture, Sanitary
At J. GOLD'S
All Day Saturday, Best
As low as
Visman's Best Pure Lard at
Our Favorite Brand Coffee at
We Retail MEATS at Wholesale Prices
Trade here and Save the Middleman's
MR8. E. V. SPKOWL
Men's and Young Men's Suits and
$15 and $18 Values
FOR Sals - Kelly Duplex corn mtll at half
BROS., Buechel, Ky,
I'obSals Improved Fultzo Medlterrane
:d wheat, yield 45 bushels to the acre.
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PROr1 1 I S
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couch, dresser, washsiand, chairs, rocking
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Rock hens, very cheap Irsold at once.
year old horses, will
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t. the In
large selection of Shirts, Hats,
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8th and Market
We Ship Orders All Over the State
W. Market St.