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Writes Bright and Breezy Letter
K.b Sale Black locust posts: call early as
they will sell fast; worth 30c each, but
sell them at 2.V. MpU to J. W. HOKE. Box
Sleigh Ride, The
jack; brood mares Tells of How to Take a
tuberculin tested fresh
and colts. Will take
Many Bothersome Agents and Many
hay in part trade,
c ows. hogs, mules, baled
or time with bankable note. T.C. BKINLEY.
Drill with discs: fertilizer attachment.17. Call
Anon or address JOHN T. JONES. Koute
Ground Hoy Month.
Valentine Day Who said Ground
Hot? nd don't you wish you hadn't?
brood sows, two shoats. one
The"Beautiful" still abounds bounFob Sale-T- . : i ..... ...... .
- t, iv mi
.f inaf- - tifully and may be more to follow.
cow. iresn api "
ket wagon. E. V. SPROWL. Cumb.
School tax talk in some districts is
tfettintf loud and becoming quite
Fob Sale Aocd work mule.
days in Frankfort for
"Solons" and not a bill passed
April 1st. the
Fob Sale. -- Good cow; fresh
and sent to the Governor for his
Every Thursday at $1.00 Per vear
Jeffersontown, Jefferson County, Ky., Thursday, February 17, 1910.
Spbowl. Cumb. phone.
long will it take to pass
the bills that have been offered at the
rate they are working?
Every thing seems to even up in
this vale of sorrow. Those who went
short on onions have gone long on
Our popular patrolemn, in trying
to round up the truants for school,
find manv excuses both from scholars
and Darents. One mother said her
boy tore his pants. On being asked
wrhv rnnldn't she patch em 9 she
said she had no thread. Now, we
think the "court" ought to furnish
the patrolmen with thread and an
assortment of patches for such oc- assessor.
O. G. WrHizz.
casions and the patrolmen can do
When Congress was asked to loan
KILLED BY LOG.
tents for the Confederate reunion,
Hepburn, of Idaho, waved the bloody
shirt and showed toHhe country his Mr Lewis Ritchie, Prominent Young
size and shape. We have often
of Fisherville, The Victim.
ct.H tat) Scholarship in Creager's
school at a bargain. Apply at this offlce
bred Single Comb
Brown Leghorns Eggs. If interested Louis- C ChhistmaN. 1104 Bardstown Road.
cottage, with cellar,
Fob rest Four-rooutbuildings.
STANDIFORD. Route 11. Buechel.
Fob Rbwt House and truck ground.
KM MA SNYDER.
Fob Rest Four-rooWanted a gardener to garden on shares;
can furnish all ground that is needed. J.C.
BKCCE. Jeffersontown. Ky.
Waited-- A farm hand; must be good
er; single man preferred,
For Sale -- Homestead fertilizer.
nishes its own straw, thus saving in
that respect in fact, it is the "poor
The fertilizer man then began his
little "spiel." My goods are the
best yes, the "very best." It will
grow anything, and everything when
used properly, except the mortgage
on the place. Used early you will
have June peas in March: applied
properly three crops of potatoes can
be grown: drop your fertilizer in the
hill with the seed, put in a card
stating size wanted and desired time
of using, and the fertilizer does the
rest. A man dropped his radish seed
where he desired to build a fence;
he put the seed where he wanted a
post, put a pinch of ."Our Goods" on
the seed. His radishes grew 10 uie
size desired; he pulled them up and
his post holes were already dug.
Can be used with gooil results on
hens, causing them to lay eggs of
any size. When ordering mention
The insurance man sat listening to
the strawberry plant agent and the
"spiel" of the fertilizer salesman,
when he drew a long deep breath,
reached in his "grip," took out his
agent's commission from the company, read it over, tore it up, and
then and there took a solemn oath
never again to try to protect anyone,
or fight against fire any more, for if
there was ever a need for fire those
two needed it and he was determined
to see they got it; besides he belonged to the AnaniasClub a prominent member at that, holding his
own against the "Lightning Rodder,"
but had to take a back seat now
along with junior members who only
know how to lie enough to fool the
Mrs. P. W.Blevens Writes Letter
From Coronado, Fla.
tucky to Land
of Trip From
Coronado, Fla., Feb. 12. This is the
home of the mocking bird and where
the yellow jasmine grows. I will
write a few lines regarding Coronado,
where we are now located.
My husband and I left Louisville on
the 27 of January at 7:40 a. m. over
the Louisville Southern via Danville,
On the way
Macon and Jessup.
through Kentucky and Tennessee we
saw ice on the margin of the streams
and snow on the mountain side, until
within sixty miles of Chattanooga.
Then we bade farewell to ice and
snow. We had a very pleasant trip
and metseveral persons bound for the
Among them were
Kentuckians. We arrived
at Jacksonville on the morning of the
25th of January at 8:30 just one day
and night on the road. We stayed
in Jacksonville all day and night and
left over the Florida East Coast Railway on January, 29, at .9:30, passing
throughOrmond, St. Aug jstine, Hast
ings, Daytona and Port Orange and
arrived at New Smyrna at 2:30 p. m.
on the same day. After greeting a
number of our old friends we entered
an automobile and were drivento the
Atlantic Hotel at Coronado, owned
and managed by Mr. T. B. Demaree,
a prominent prohibitionist, of
served at a late hour, after which
the fortune cake was cut. Mr.
Cleveland Harris cut the ring
which DrcDhesied he would be the
first to enter the ranks of the
benedicts: Isabel Jackman secured Of H. W. Moremen Corrected By
the pen point, which meant that
she will be a great writer; Miss
Mamie Wheeler cut the thimble
which suggests she will remain
single; Mr. Elmer Carlin found a The Herald Does Orville Stivers an Indarning needle in his slice which
justice Four Have Scarlet Fever
doomed him to a state of single
blessedness: while the Rev. J. A.
Harrod's Creek News.
Beal was lucky enough to find a dime
in his slice, which foretells great
wealth for him some day. EveryBy W. S. Kemp
body was unanimous in expressions
Harrod's Creek, Feb. 14. Several
of having spent a most delightful
of the children of the Harrod's
Creek public school (white) have
scarlet fever. Those who have it at
present are Robert Lee Waters,
Martha and Burton Hall and Elizabeth Letterle. By direction of the
Fern Creek Home Telephone Company Meet County Health Officer, the school
and Elect Officers for the Year Everyroom was throughly disinfected on
body Pleased With the Work.
The Fern Creek Home Telephone
elected their officers for
the year recently. The election
should have been held on the second
Saturday in January, but owing to
the fact that the secretary, Mr. S.
Edw. Vogt, being sick with grip and
tonsilitis, the election was postponed.
Mr. Vogt's physican would not allow
his patient to venture out and Mr.
Ben. J. Williams was selected tem
The following officers were elected:
President, F. J. Reisinger; Vice
President, J. B. Finley; Secretary, S.
Edw. Vogt; Treasurer, F. C. Frederick. The other members of the
board are as follows: Alois Frederick,
Chas. Garr and Ben J. Williams.
It was said that the stockholders
were well pleased with the report of
the secretary and also with the
new home the board bought, and
in the way the many lines are
conducted to the switch board. The
operator, Miss Florence Pierson, is
the centre of attraction and is giving splendid service to all.
Monday and school was opened as
usual on Tuesday.
Mr. Thomas Trigg, a resident of
LaGrange, but well known in this
vicinity where he formerly lived,
died on Friday morning after a brief
illness. His death resulted from an
attack of puenmonia. Mr. Trigg
was twice elected assessor of Oldham county and was much esteemed
by all who knew him.
The interment took place in the cemetery at
R. W. Reynolds, of Goshen, took
fat steers to Louisville
day and sold them to the Boruwasser
After a successful term of six
moBths, the colored school at Harrod's Creek will close on Friday, the
18th of February.
I wish to corrent a statement In
the communication of Horace W.
Moremen published in last week s
issue of The Jeffersonian. In several
instances not only have the school
terms been lengthened but the
teachers are receiving more money
than was ever paid in their respec-
and Mrs. Hiram Woods, Sunday.
Miss Mamie Clore entertained
after services Sunday Rev. J. W.
Conkling and Mr. Fred Riebel, of
Mr. Wm. Hord, whose foot was
crushed in the L. & E. Railroad accident, and who was taken to the
Jewish Hospital, is reported getting
along nicely and will be brought
home the last of the week.
The Epworth League society gave
a valentine party Monday evening.
All had an enjoyable time.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Christian church met with Mrs. Wm.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Pleas- sant Grove Baptist church had an
sewing and missionary meeting at the home of Mrs. J. W. Clore
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Mount Zion Lutheran church met
with Mrs. Lon Durr Thursday. Those
attended were Mrs. Will
Slaughter and little daughtei, Tibatha, Mrs. Joe Durr. Mrs. Wm. Reel,
Mrs. Cliff Durr. Mrs. Forest Durr,
Mrs. Elizah Yeager, Misses Mary
and Martha Reel and Emma Yeager.
The dairies of J. W. Clore and
Chas. Gheens were examined last
week by Dr. Frank Eisenman, of
Out of Mr. Clore's 17
milch cows, all passed a successful
examination. Mr. Gheens had 10
cows, all of which passed successfully.
These men are receiving
Feb. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Napier, of Parkland, spent Sunday with
Mrs. John Napier.
Miss Dixie Burnett is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. L. M. Camp.
Mrs. G. M. Fenley and daughters
have returned from a three weeks.
visit at Mrs. Crieghead's, of Uuion-tow-
Miss Alice Waller, who has been
very sick at her home, is convalescent.
Miss Dollie Barnett, of Kosmosdale,
is spending several ddys with her
aunt, Mrs. John Napier.
Miss Jett Kerrick entertained
Wednesday in honor of Miss Bessie
Smith, of Owensboro.
Miss Tessie Chamberlain, of Orleans, Ind., is visiting Mrs. W. C.
Miss Rachel Moremen spent the
with Mrs. Sid Dodge.
Mrs. Robert Miller, of Shively. was
the guest of her sister. Mrs. Ed.
Craig, last week.
Mrs. H. W. Moremen's guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Neil, Miss
Rena Neil, Mr. Will Neil and Mrs.
Coronado is situated on the peninMan
sula opposite New Smyrna and is
connected by a good shell road and
wondered how so many
H. L. GOOSE.
bridge over the deep current of Inmen got
egotistical, narrow-minde- d
dian river. Here you can enjoy yourMr. Lewis Ritchie, a prominent
office. But, as the saying goes,
Wanted All the young men of the town to into
self to your heart's content with rod
leisure hours playing billiards at- "Birds of feather flock together," young man of Fisherville, cet death
swearing or gambling is tol- therefore Idaho must be full of in a startling manner Friday morn and reel in row or sail boat or in the
my tables. No
by. The great va- On its editorial page of Friday's
erated. Harber shop in connection,
men. Men of ing of last week when a large log he ocean surf near
tf "yellow dog" party
edition of the paper known as the
principal, have been a was heh)inc to load on a freight car rietiesof fish inhabitingthe riverznd
party, not of
"Louisville Herald" the name of
will get broke a rope and rolled down upon lagoon pass through the channel from
to remember that R. B curse to this country, and
beneath the bridge. Coronado
Feb. 7. Miss Pansy Seibert, of our County
worse and more of it, the longer him. His skull was crushed and his thesea
Evans, the tinner, is still in business in
Louisville, is visiting Mrs. Joe Rush. Schools was dragged in and he was
has improved wonderfully.
plenty of berry- people can only see party and are neck broken.
and will have
with Years ago it was nothing but a Miss Florence Fisher has returned invidiously compared with an Eastern
buckets on hand this spring. Also tin your blind to every thing that is for the
Mr. Ritchie was employed
. and snouting.
i.h &"land. (What is a several men to load logs on a flat car jungle, where the rattle snake and to her home in Louisville, after politician. This is the same paper
welfare of the
at the depot at Fisherville. The beasts ot the forests roamed at will, spending several weeks with Miss that for the week ending Jan 31 w as D. J. Burnett.
offering a year's subscription for the
logs were being drawn up by ropes, with just a few houses scattered Edna Moore.
Mr. Palmer Fox and family, of
"This is a fine world that we live in,
Mrs. Lizzie Cahill and daughter sum of $2.00 in order to get more Louisville, have returned home, after
about and only one shell road leadspend, or to give in;
To lend, or to
and when one of these broke, the
But to beg, or to oorrow, or gei. unfortunate man, who was behind to ing to the beach. Now there are a spent Saturday with Mrs. David subscribers in Jefferson county. As a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stugard.
Lost ob Stolen One female Collie dog:
Miss Sallie Patterson has gone to
and beautiful Kyser.
Mr. Stivers had a sufficient number
light sable in color with white around neck. Tis the hardest old world that ever block the log as it was drawn up, number of shell roads
built. There are
to DR. FORREST
daughter, of friends to give him an overwhelm- Chicago, where she will make her
Mrs. Asa Lutes and
Liberal reward for return
was unable to leap aside to safety, houses have been
stores and Miss Geraldine, spent Sunday with ing victory over the Herald's favored
BOGGESS. Bashaw s Station. L. & E.
Miss Alma Esters, the principal of
is a fine old part of the beauti- and the heavy log rolled down upon two general merchandise
a nice Methodist church and a good Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lutes, of Lou- candidate and as many of its circu- Valley School, is seriously ill at her
ful country, but yet there are per him.
lars have been sent to friends of home in New Camp and family will
Dr. Sellers was called but found schoolhouse and postomce: three isville.
sons who are constantly finding fault.
Mr. L. M.
of board- and a number
Mrs. Lizzie Cahill will go to Louis- Mr. Stivers, how can the aforesaid move this week to Kennedy's Addi"Sugar too high in price and too low the man beyond medical aid. Mr. N. large hotels
too light in weight R. Blankenbaker then notified the intr houses. The Atlantic Hotel has ville to reside the fifteenth, haying Herald expect to gain anything by tion.
in sweet; coffee
Miss Clara Knadler has returned
about forty rooms and they are all rented her farm to Mr. Henry Lutes, waving a warfare against Mr.Stivers
and too weak to stand; meat high as Coroner, and Deputy Coroner
There are people here of Mt. Washington.
he has already fought and won home from visiting friends in Louiswhen
viewed the remains.
a kite and as tough and tasteless as
Z. T. Cummins continues quite ill; his battle?
He from Indiana, Kentucky,
Mr. Ritchie was unmarried.
a board: meal, that when into bread
Mrs. R. H. Stonestreet entertained
Your last vear"s
Pennsylvania, Virginia, New York, the attending physician gives no
Friday in honor of Miss Bessie Smith,
will cause a good dog to bite his was the son of Mrs. Lizzie Ritchie,
have us clean and
The following were
block it to look like
a hotel at Fisherville. New Jersey, and nearly every state hope for recovery.
lard that will not grease a
present: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Philips,
WWW master; only in spots; flour, that's the who conducts
new. Work done
The following were entertained
his mother, he is survived by in the union.
Mr. and Mrs. John Conn, Mrs.
promptly and by ex- - ophbM
here is the
Mrs. Anna Hertzsch, of
article that gets the "dirty dab" three brothers, Ben, William and The chief attraction every day can Sunday by Mr. WT. Mrs. W. S. Bates
B. Reader and Wm. Hord Getting Along Nicely Successful Indiana. Mrs. Kate Thornberry. of
no brand that escapes. Now, the Charles; also two sisters, Mrs. Noble surf
be seen a number of ladies and family, Mr. and Mrs. John MorTaylor Boulevard, Mrs. I. P. More-mewhole fact of the business is there Rodgers and Miss Corrine Ritchie.
Test of Dairy Cows The Sick, Personal
gentlemen, also children, taking a gan, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Robb,
Misses Mollie Joyce, Sherman
Funeral services were conducted
enough "good cooks" to
and Other News.
Dodge, Clara Knadler, Alice Stull,
Next door to Avenue Theater and are not
is Louis Robb and Dr. and Mrs. D. A.
by Rev. Mr. Doke, of ChestnutGrove, dip in the briney deep. The table
2.J4 Third and Jefferson. Branches
of New York. Jett Kerrick. Annie
Market, and 216
on the committee Sunday morning in the chapel at well sumdied with an abundance of Bates.
20.5 Fourth, near
Ot the members
Mae Miller and Rachel Moremen.
Miss Elizabeth Smith is visiting
Third, bet. Jefferson and Market. of "Religion and Morals" of the Grove Hill cemetery, Shelbyville. fish and oysters, also fresh vegetables,
Rev. Robert Johnson will conduct
By Miss Mayme Clore.
let- Christian church
her brother, Howell Smith and wife,
Solons not a single one of them The burial rites were in charge of such as squash, cauleflower,
Mitldletown, Feb. 14 Mrs. A. K. the services at the 7:30 p. m.
Sunday, Feb. 20, at
ce, spring onions, tomatoes, egg at Shepherdsville.
is in favor of the County Unit the Masons of Fisherville
Maddox is quite ill.
The farms of George Wilkerson
Mason Seabold and wife, Marcus
conducted by Mr. plant, celery, and peas, beans, beets,
measure. That speaks well for both
W. T. Clore is ill with grip.
and S. Thompson, consisting of two
and all kinds of fresh meats and and Ernest Smyser. of Louisville,
religion and morals and plainly shows Bloomer, of Shelbyville.
S. ). Wetherbee, who has oeen hundred and sixteen acres, were sold
tropical fruits. Mrs. Demaree is visited Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Smvser, quite ill, is convalescing.
and transfers made last week to the
we have heard said, that the
Government for the Rille Range site.
indeed an ideal hostess.
moral men and the
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Woods are
I could write many more pages but
and both ill of pneumonia.
"religious men" are the worst eneI really can repair
Entertainment at Swamp College.
you out I will Elizabeth Spelger entertained Frimies the temperance cause has.
Feb. 14. Dr. C. L. Cooper returned for fear of tiring
Mi. and Mrs. William Jones, who
Clock. Watch, Musi c
College school, District
makers and to his home Wednesday, afterspend-in- close with kind regards to the editor day evening in honor of Miss Mamie have been very ill, are convalescing. No. Swamp arranging for an enterHow many whiskey
Box, Time Recorder, etc.
to the Jeffersonian. Robinson. About forty guests were
six weeks in San Antonia, Texas. and great success
dealers are there who pay more to
Mr. and Mrs. Rueff are receiving tainment to be given Saturday night.
I am respectfully,
present; all had a good time.
preacher's salary than any others
Mrs. John Gilmore spent Thursday
congratulations upon the arrival of Feb. 19. beginning at 7 o'clock sharp
Mrs. P. W. Blevens.
Entertainment closes the six months'
can afford, and how can the church with her sister, Mrs. H. G. Cooper.
if I cannot.
term. All patrons of the district adafford to kill the "goose that lays
Miss Mattie Ireland is visiting at
Dr. Boggess and wife, of Louisville, mitted free: visitors, ten cents
The Daily Herald and The JefEntertainment at Worthington.
golden eggs V" So, if you don't watch Samuels, Ky., this week.
fersonian, both one year, $3.25. were the guests of her parents, Mr.
out the com. on R. & M. may get
R. A. Zahn and son returned from
There will be a school entertain
Detroit, Michigan, Saturday.
ment at Sims' Hall in Vvorthington
134 S. Fourth St.
J. E. Thornberry, of Louisville, next Tuesday, February 22, at 8 p. m.
Married, at the residence
bride's parents, on the 'steenth inst., purchased of Mr. Otey, of Henderson, for the benefit of the school. An
Mr. Ebenezer Sweet to Miss Janie twenty-fiv- e
acres of land lyingon the admission fee of Id cents will be
now seems Preston street pike, 34 miles from rhnn'ed for adults and 10 cenls for
How happy everything
Louisville. This is a fine body of children. Everybody is invited to at
! She's Jane and Ebenezer: Sweet
NOW is The
no longer sour but
land and is considered one of the tend and help the school.
And he's a Lemon squeezer."
prettiest building sites along the
LESSON YOUR LABORS
INCREASE YOUR PROFITS
How to enjoy a sleigh ride without
car line. It adjoins the land
St. Valentine Party.
a horse or sleigh: Open both hall of his brother, G. S. Thornberry, reOne of the most enjoyable social
doors, pull off your outer wraps, seat cently purchased of the same tract.
On Medium-size- d
was given at
BY USING UP TO DATE MACHINERY.
your self in a chair midway of the Mr. Thornberry will erect a dwelling affairs of the winter
home of Mrs. Sallie Blankenthe
hall, put your feet in a bucket of in the near future.
Monday night of this week
Fertilizer and Corn
ice, blindfold your eyes, take a small Mrs Spence Minor was operated baker on
put a frozen smile on at Norton Infirmary Friday and when Miss Pet Wiseheart and Misses
Planting Attach-meir- ts
bell in each hand,
countenance, ring the bells her many friends will be glad to know Anne and Elizabeth Bryan charmon your
furiously and you will experience it was a successful operation in every ingly entertained the two societiesof
909 W. Market St.
the Jeffersontown Methodist and
Near Ninth Street
Louisville. all sensations of a sleigh ride and way.
at a greater less expense than a Mrs. Lillie C. Snawder will be able
The hand that plants the crop in
dining room, was
to come to her home near here in a especially the
modern potato culture is the Iron
Strawberry salesmen and fertilizer few days. She was operated on for beautifully decorated in honor
Hand on this machine. It is faithand several contests of
will plant more Potatoes and
drummers are plentiful just now: appendicitis two weeks since at the Valentine
ful and perfect in its accomplish
like nature were participated in.
almost as many of above named as Norton Infirm aiy.
plant them more accurately
Cardwell carried off the
there are of insurance agents. Each Mrs. Georte Walker visited her Miss Laura
1604 Baxter Avenue,
Planter No. 3.
than any other Potato Plant
box of candy,
praises his particular variety. A daughter, Mrs. Will Ireland, recently. prize, a
er on the market. As the machine is entirely automatic no second man is required, hence
says he sells a Mrs. J. W. Gilmore spent Wednes for finding the most hearts, which
dust blinded eyes. It will plant a greater range of seed than
Best in Bakery variety that the frost slips off the day in South Louisville, the guest of had beento concealed in the young NO injured fingers orwith less friction.
previous the arrival ot
any other planter and
bloom like grease off of a hot plate. Mrs. Lillian Orms.
Confectionery Line The fruit is either early or lale, just S. P. Brewer visited at Shiloh the people. Mr. Brown writing of Louisthe most
We sell Aspinwall Potato Cutters, Planters, Sprayers and Sorters.
ville, succeeded in
a9 the occasion requires;never rots or first of the week.
words containing the
sunburns, remains solid until you get
Mrs. D. A. Bates is visiting her Mr. Merritt Jones pinned the arrow
in color they
ready to pick them;
and Sherbets a Specialty.
grandfather, Mr. J. W. Jackson, this nearer the center of a large red
Special prices to cnurr.hes. parties, picnics.&c dazzle the eye with their brightness; week, who is ill with grip.
heart placed on the door and Mr.
Cumb. E. 1944 so sweet that some use vinegar when
Home Phone Hirhland 18.
Tom Riley was the only gentleman
eating: large or small in size to suit
Do you know that less than two who was marksman enough to pierce
Preston and Jefferson Sts.
bill any mouth, even a
cents a week pays for vour county a heart with a bow and arrow.
Don't you read a restaurant's
guarantees that a pint of the largest
of fare before ordering? Don't you will fill a quart box; the vine fur paper a year ?
Delicious ice cream and cake were
read a store's ads before buying?
POTATOES a Money Making Crop
R. E. McDowell,
Southern Seed Co.