Ljok at the label on this
your subscription is more paper one
month behind your paper will stop
after tins issue, if not renewed
For a limited time you can get the
Daily Louisville Times and The Jeffersonian, both one year,
ONLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE INTERESTS OP JEFPERSON COUNTY
Vol. 2. No. 45.
Jefferson town, Jefferson County, Ky., Thursday, April 22, 1909.
as Argument For
For SAtK Tea bushels of Yellow Seed
ing Lent and All Other Days.
Corn: one cho;ce cow; one eiirht horse
Lots for sale in Jeffersontown;
call and see them.
Huls for I'aintlur" room dwellintr house.
I want a uood farm hand, married man; Correspondent From Valley Station Writes
can furnish house; steady work. Want a
Letter Telling What the Savior Says
cook for camp. J. C. Brcck, Jeffersontown,
Advertisements under this head One Cent
a word. No ad taken for less than 10c.
fragments taken up. Our Savior says,
,i i uieau oi me, or i am the
1 am the light of
water oi lite, and
the world. Every Christian, young or
old. rich or poor, is custodian of this
bread, this water, and this light, only At Buechel Will Be Ready For
to give to the multitude, and while
we, too, vet our daily bread, God is
trusting us with His work and not un
til all earth's millions, whose eyes are
turned to us for light, and hold out Chester Sisson Accidentally Shot Mrs,
our hands for the bread and water,
Eunice Blankenbaker Dead - All the
and the fragments of neonta arc
picked up. will our work be done.
News From Buechel.
Our Savior said, "If any man will
come after me, let him deny himself,
and take up his cross daily and lollow
Buechel, April lit. Mrs. Hilary
me." Is it worthwhile? Some sor-
About How We Should Live.
For Sale The pure Homer Pigeon can be
obtained from Ropers Smith. St. Matthews.
R. F. D. IP. Box 55. Cumberland Phone East
Every Thursday at $1.00 Per Year
known her last wishes: "I don't want
to be buried in de cemetary, and I
don't want no tomb stone at my head.
I jist want you to take me out in de
Well Known Citizen
field and bury me dar, and in de
Czar Seeks Service of Indiana Corn King.
Franklin Ind., April 6. Leonard B.
spring piant watermelons on my;
grave. Tend dem good, letdem grow j
big and ripe. Den when dey gits
Wm. P. Hays, aged 64 years, sudden,
good and ripe, take de biggest one ly passed away at his home in
and bust it on my grave and let de Fern Creek country Tuesday evenjuice run down." Now. we are not ing at 8:15 o'clock, after a very brief
satisfied with the juice: we want the illness of pneumonia. Deceased had
heart. In other words, we want the been complaining of not feeling well
best, and all, for Jesus.
for several days, but the services of
Quite a large delegation was in at a physician were not thought necestendance, but in some instances a sary until last Friday.
big area, comprising many schools,
Mr. Hays death came as a great
was represented by one man. Next shock to his many friends all
year we hope to have more schools Jefferson county. He was a promirepresented by their own delegates, nent carpenter contractor and a very
uiu aiso nope to nave a number or uue niecnauic. anil built the majority
new schools to report.
of the houses in and around Fern
The proverbial hospitality of Ken Creek. He was one of the first ortucky was in evidence at Elizabeth-town- , ganizers of the Jefferson County Fair,
and the delegates will long re- and did much to put that institution
member their pleasant trip.
wnere it is
He leaves hosts
S. S. C'OE.
of friends, besides many relatives, to
mourn his death.
He is survived by one sister, Mrs.
Mollie Kleissendorff. one half sister.
Mrs. Jas. McCullough, and one half
brother, J. B. Finley, with whom he
Clore has been asked by the Russian
govt rnment to come to that emmftr.
for three 3'ears and instruct Russian
farmers in the methods of raising
American corn. Mr. Clore. it is said.
MM a year and all
penses. M-long has been
among corn raisers.
He rceived lighest
awards at the
ago and St. Louis
world's fairs. and a the Omaha
sweepstakes, giving him the
At the annual corn show held in
the Coliseum at Chicago in October,
1!M)7. Mr. Clore was
the exhibitor of
the single ear ot corn which brought
tee world's record of 2.)i) when put
up for auction. The prizes which
Hedges and Mrs. T. G. Hedges and
Valley Station, April 17. Dancing, rowing women were
coming to a
card playing, theater and kissing sepulchre, and the question with little son, Houston, of Sp ncer counFor Sale Fine Buff Rock Bus. Home games. The Lenten season is over.
them was, who shall roll away the ty, spent several days last week with
Address Mrs. S. D. Thompson.
lhone 8503-What of it? Is what is wrong during stone from the sepulchre? They Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Summers and
Station E. R. F, D. 3. Louisville, Ky,
Lent, right the rest of the year? 1 found it rolled away, and the ques- family.
FOR Sale-- S. C. Phode Island Red eKtrs. fl once asked a lady if a Christian could
tion asked, why seek ye the living ( Miss Elizabeth Haefei was badly
setting of !5.
E. O. Burdon
have been won by Mr. Clore have
Jeffer- dance, play cards: go to horse races among the dead? The Lord is risen hurt in a runaway accider t last week,
Fisherville. Ky., or telephone
and the theater, and still be a Chris- indeed. The stone is rolled away while out driving.
reached a total of $8,000. all the corn
tian? She said, "of course; don't I forever, and we are bought with a Master Irvin Wedekemper. who is
which figured in these contests was
9' Timothy and dance, and go to the races, and the
For Sale Hay;
raised on a tract of land which conill of typhoid fever, is rapidly imat 3 weeny thtater, and play cards, and am I not price: not ten thousand dollars, but
Clover mixed. Se' JOHl i
tains only thirteen acres. The entire
the precious blood of Christ. We are proving.
farm on which Mr. Clore works conno longer Jones, but sons and daughJacob Hikes is beginning the founsists of but 12ti acres, but he and his
per- ters of God, and our
Of course, and several other
father's name. dation for his new home in Buechel.
For Sale Space in thisColumnalor.e cent
two brothers all get their living from
sons have told me there are many Daniel says, "They that be wise, shall
a word. It's the best way to dispose of
G. K. Hikes is opening an avenue
Reac by 6,(X0 people every week, tf
other things worse than dancing, and shine as the brightness of the firma- through his property in Buechel.
Wedding of Miss Lillian Roemele and Mr made his home.
Mr. Clore was born and raised in
not that I set myself up to be a judge, ment, and they that turn many to
The ice plant is on the boom at
The funeral took place this morn- Oldham county
Fob Sale S. C. B. Leghorn eggs (W. W. or have any stones to throw at any
George Freibert Announced
Ky., and is well
righteousness, as the stars forever present. The foundatiDn for the
Kulp direct): First ien. 13.00 per 15 eggs, $5.00
ing at 10 o'clock at the residence, known
to many of the people of this
per 30 eggs; Second pen. $1.50 per 15 eggs. body, but simply for information I and forever." And our Savior, "In building has been laid ani two eighty
News of Interest.
after which the remains were in- section.
Address C. Christmann. Jeffersontown. Ky. asked what? and the reply came, asmuch as you have done it to one of horse power boilers were brought
terred in the family burying ground.
It kissing games.
There are so many the least of these my brethren, ye last week.
things there is no harm in, that it is have done it unto me." What do we
Miss Hindle, of Louisville, spent
FobSale Place your orders now for straw- singular any
A Splendid Offer.
of us ever do wrong.
Middletown, April 19. Mr. Chas
roofing, guttering and
want witn nusKs when we have our several days last week with Miss
berry buckets. Also
Not many years ago the city of Father's kiss, His arm around our Dora
spouting. R. B. Evans, Jeffersontown.
Raynor, Jr., who has been quite ill at You can get The Louisville Times,
April 19. The Rev. Geo. Tinsley
(regular price $5.00 a year,) and The filled his
Louisville passed a law that the neck, the best robe, a ring on our
Norton's Infirmary, is improving.
regular appointment here
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mies and two
For Sale Two fine Poland China brood saloons should close at midniirht and finger,
Jeffersonian both one year for $3.5o. Sunday and
the fatted calf killed?
Miss Mary Fox, of Glenarm, has re
J. B. Fin- delivered an excellent
children moved last week from Louissows: will farrow in three weeks.
not reopen tll 5 a. m. The presi
The Louisville Times is the best sermon both morning and
Thou wilt show me the path of life, ville to their country hone.
turned to her home, after a week
dent of the retail liquor dealers asso in Thy presence is fulness of ioy, at T. L. Skiles purchased
afternoon paper printed anywhere.
Mrs. F. P. Briscoe spent Sunday with
a mule from visit to Miss Mamie Clore.
keepers Thy right hand there are pleasures L. J.
ciation, advised the saloon
uas the best corps of correspon- her father, Mr. Wm. Wilhoite.
Stivers several days ago.
Mr. Harry Weatherholt, of Clover
that their license allowed them to forever more,
Laura Katherine, the small daughThe entertainment given at the port, was the guest Sunday, of his dents.
Wanted You to protect your tamily after keep open 365 days in the year and
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Heafer,
religion that can give
Covers the Kentucky field
Friday night by the aunt, Mrs. B. F. Orr.
vour death by insuring in the Pacific Mutual. twenty-fou- r
hours in the day. Still
Sweetest pleasure while we live,
while pterins on the bed SmWla
Mary Walden Junior Builders was
Very low rates. For information see J. C. his advice to them, was to comply
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hardin and
"Tis religion must supply,
quite successful. Twer ty three dol- son, of Shelby county, spent Sunday
Covers the general news field com- morning, accidentally fell and broke
Solid comfort when we die."
with the law, and close at midnight,
lars was made.
with Mrs. Hardin's parents, Mr. and pletely.
Our Savior says, "The harvest truly
reopen till 5 a. m.
Wanted You to see the bargains in it. W. and not
Mr. and Mrs. Justice Wesche, of
Misses Mayme and Ida Belle Kaiser Mrs. James Orr.
Has the best and fullest market
Agee's ad in this issue.
Our Savior gives two commands is plenteous."
Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs. John
entertained Sunday, Messrs. Fred
St. Paul says, "It is good neither Kinker
Mrs. John Orr, who has been quite
only. One is "Follow Me I" The
and Alvin Kinker, of Louis
Democratic in politics, but fair to Seebolt recently.
Wanted Ye- - to let me cut your hair: your
to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor ville,
sick, is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ham and little
work. other, "Go ye into all the world!"
wife is tired of the job. First-claand George Roecerer, of Ta
and with the promise, "Lo I am with anything whereby thy brother stum-blet- lorsville road.
Bro. J. W. Conkling and wife, of
Fred Pbell. Jeffersontown.
Send your subscription ritrht awav son, Richard, of Alabama, visited
or is offended, or is made weak."
you always, even unto the end of the
The Kev. H. N. Reubelt filled his Louisville, will be the guests Sunday to this paper not to the Louisville Mrs. L. Shively and family last week.
JYittllENT Dwelling of three rooms and IT
world," and with the added promise, And "The greatest of these is love." regular appointment at Fairview of Mrs. John Waters.
Mrs. Geo. Walker spent Saturday
a .'es of land, near Jeffersontown. E. R.
Times. This special low offer may
Horace W. Moremen,
"Be thou faithful unto death, and I
3prowl, Agent. Cum b. Phone
with her daughter, Mrs. R. Calla-gheW. D. Newbill and son, Louis be withdrawn at any time, so
church Sunday, his text being "Paul's
Valley Station, Ky.
will give you a crown of life." When
were the guests Wednesday and it now. This rate is good only
for Mr. and Mrs.
Lost Your best opportunity if you don't He was to ascend to God He told His
Miss Florence Roggenkamp spent Thursday of Mrs. A. F. Moore, of mail subscriptions, and we
J. H. Shively were
read M. W. Agee's ad.
disciples, "But ye shall receive
Sunday in Louisville, visiting rela Louisville.
accept orders for the Louisville entertained at the home of Mr. J. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schindler and TimPB
Lost Seal pin. letter "K." in or about after that the Holy Ghost is come
..iini wiul paper nas a regu- - Gallagher Sunday.
Christian church here. Leave at this office. upon you, and ye shall be witnesses
Miss Lula Briscoe attended service
Mrs. Jeff McQuilling, who has been daughter spent Sunday with Mrs. lar agent who furnishes papers
unto me." This with the promise,
at the Baptist church in Louisville
seriously ill of ofgaafe "heart '"fvouble, Schiudler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. the month.
"Lo, I am with you always even to Convention to Be Called at Seelbach Hotei in is improving. Dr. .H. P.
Two papers for less than the m-- i
Stivers is at John Donny.
19. Mr. Lud the end of the world," shows that
South Louisville, April
Mrs. R. L. Irvine entertained relaMr. and Mrs. Delahunt, Mr. and of one.
Miller, formerly of Bullitt county, the five hundred gazing up into the
Miss Grace Ebert, who is attend- Mrs. Ray, of Panar a, and Mrs. John
tives from Louisville Sunday,
Vou.had better avail nmnp'f
died suddenly at the home of his blue dome of the sky were not the
ing school in Illinois?"'' very ill there, Davis, of Knoxvillf. Tenn., were the this offer at once, as it may be withThe Young Peoples' Singing Club
witwill meet with Miss Nellie Gallagher
suffering with rhenma .ism.
recent guests of the Misses Durr.
drawn vithin the next few days.
brother, Nat Miller, in Alabama, re- only witnesses, but we, to, are
Mr. Arthur Waters has returned
cently. His death was quite a shock nesses for Him, and not for a Lenten
A meeting wa$ heli at Fairview
season, but for 365 days in the year,
People in this country are
to his many friends. Lud was a
church Sunday afternoon by the of- from Frankfort, Ky., where he was
hours in the day,
in the commercial convention ficers and members cf the Sunday-schoo- called by the death of his father-in-lafavorite among the boys and girls in and twenty-fou- r
for purposes relating to the
his neighborhood and will be greatly and to all His disciples in all ages, which has been called to meet in
Misses Margaret and Katie Simcoe
missed. His body was brought here and to the uttermost part of the Louisville April 23. The meeting will work of the school.
be heid in the Red Room of the Seel
last Friday to the home of his aunt, world and to the end of time.
The Beargrass Sun
will were the recent guests of Miss Alice
Mrs. Southworth. The funeral ser
We are witnesses: when our Savior bach Hotel, and will last that after celebrate the twelfth anniversary of Yenowine.
vices were conducted by Rev. Love- was on earth He fed the multitude nooD, being toliowed in the evening the school, on the f.rst Sunday in
Mrs. J. Milton Robinson spent the
THE MILLINERY HOUSE OF LOUISVILLE
week-enwith her daughter, Mrs.
lace, of the Methodist church, after with the five loaves and three small bv a banquet tendered by the Com May.
which the remains were laid to rest fishes. He brake and handed to His mercial Club. The delegates will be
Durr, of Parkland.
Chester Sisson, the
in Cave Hill cemetery. We extend disciples and they to the multitude. given the freedom of the Southern of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sisson, of Fern .The approaching nuptials of Miss
Where you always find the ve-- y latest styles and
All were fed and twelve baskets of Electrical and Industrial Exposition, Creek, was accident illy shot while Lillian Roemele, of Shelby ville, and
our sympathy to the family.
will be open at that time.
playing with a dynamite cap, on Sun Mr. Geo. Freibert, of Middletown.
A call sent out by the Commercial day afternoon. The fiesh was torn were announced
at the Catholic
Club, of Louisville, which is arrang from the right hand and he sustained church at St. Matthews Sunday.
Ladies' when in the City shopping call and see us.
ing the affair, has gone to every com burns about the body. Dr. W. M,
There will be a special meeting' of
We will save you money.
mercial body and county judge in the Rush was called.
the Women's Foreign Missionary So
State. It is asked that delegates be Mrs. Eunice Bhnkenbaker,
of cie:y at the home of Mrs. Wm. Hord
appointed by them to represent each above Fern Creek. di;d Sunday even Tuesday, April 27, at 3 o'clock. A
SPECIAL; Our line of Misses' and Children
rtilv.de were u6t clV
county. The convention is expected ing at 8 o'clock, after- a lingering ill full attendance is requested, as there
is at all times very large.
"ji- m"Hre artillery ws r
to have representation from at least ness of cancer of the stomach, at the will be important business brought
tton to celebrate me; tfc band w:
100 counties in Kentucky, so that
home of her son, Wn Blankenbaker. up.
No trouble to find just what you want at our House.
Why slioij So That YOU Will Tiot
playing to do n '
will be the most inclusive gathering The funeral services will be held at
Mr. Chas. Raynor, Sr., and son,
tide. ia4h midst m' a procession L
of the sort siuce the last State De 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, from Edgar, who have been sick with seknow me noiV Why should I ei?z'fl OWef to All
Polite and salesladies to wait upon you.
Buelah church, anc. the interment vere colds, are now well, and able to
m an .:
The object of the meeting is to will be in Penn Rui cemetery. M. be about.
viiswmers of Ihis Store.
make the men of all sections of Ken- - F. Johnson, of Buechel, is a brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Roemele, of Shelby-villtucKy Known to tnose oi other sec
were the guests Sunday of Mr.
Ernest Aebersold, of Fern Creek,
A 42 Piece Guaranteed Dinner Set
tions. The McCracken count' man will leave
Ic r California, to and Mrs. John Freibert.
and the Carroll county man are to get spend the summer with his uncle.
Miss Adeline Bersot, of the New
For The Small Sum of - - - together, and the Bullitt county man
York School of Expression, will give
408 West Market, Between Fourth and Fifth Streets.
and the Bell county man are to ex
a reading at the Christian church,
Saturday evening, May 1, at 7:30 p
change ideas. The delegates will
m. Admission 25 cents. It is for the
does r.ot seem possible. But for a very fortunate
bring information of the resources and
oenent ot tne cnurch.
purchase from a large pottery company who needed
needs of their respective counties, Of
the First Baptist State
ready cash, we would not be able to offer you
and this information will be filed. It
this rare opportunity. You cannot go to any retail
Convention Held A; Elizabethtown.
will be the first time that a systestore in Kentucky and purchase a set of its equal
matic effort has been made to com
for less than $7.50 and in most cases they ask you
pile such information.
The first Baptist State Sunday- more. They are beauties, and all that is required
School Convention net at Elizabeth- you to get a set at this low price is that your
town April 14, 15 and 16. The delehusband, son or even a friend, buys a suit at this
gates from Jeffersontown
store. The price makes no difference so it's a man's
April iy. Miss Bene uemaree was Sunday-schoo- l
were Miss Olivia Ow
or young man's $10.00 (or over) suit of clothes. The
the guest of Mrs. Price this week.
ings and Mr. S. S. Coe. Revs. W. F
reason we can do this is that we are not giving them
Miss Bertha Justice visited Miss wagner and faui Johnson also rep
is simply a business proposition of
as Premiums. It
Lelia Sturgeon last week.
resented the school.
giving the patrons of this store a grand advantage.
We have placed on our floors a nice line of new and
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Morris spent
I, as one of the delegates, was glad
We could sell five times the amount of these fine
Saturday in Louisville.
I went. We heard so many good
Ginn-- i' sets to dca'ers in qv sensware for this price.
Mrs. Bullock, of Louisville, visited things, were ente tained so beautiBut we appreciate what our customers have done
fully, and withal had such a good
they shall share our good
relatives here last week.
for us and we intend that
time. The different training classes,
Do not miss this opportunity; if your husfortune.
Miss fannie tfeiie lioodnight was a
teacher, adult, Bible, etc., were fully
band or son does not need a suit find a friend who
recent guest here.
We invite you to call and examine our
discussed, new ideas brought out, and
does. Remember we are not giving you anything
Mr. J. W. Demaree spent Monday
stock and get prices.
several Sunday-s- c lools that have no
but an opportunity. Come in and see the dishes and
training classes decided to establish
pleased. You cannot buy a set
you will be highly
Mr. Robert Jordan is visiting Mrs. them at once.
of these dishes at any price unless you are a cusP. T. Pearce this week.
The Convention wants to raise with
tomer for a suit. Of course you can purchase a
Mr. W. R. Cochran spent Wednes- in the year $10,000 to use in Sunday- suit without taking a set of dishes.
day in Louisville.
school work in the mountains. It
Mrs. Mary Crosby was a recent wants to place a man in every moun
guest of Mrs. Neel.
tain county to organize Sunday- Miss Bertha Justice returned to schools, distribute tracts visit
already organized and,
her home in Louisville Monday, after schools
in fact, give all 1 is time to this work.
a visit with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cochran and We are not satisfied with the little
family, spent Sunday with Mr. and we have been doing; we want to reach
E. G. GREUSLING, Manager Vehicle Department
out and do more. One brother gave
Mrs. J. E. Justice.
The School Improvement League
little illustration that suits very
East Market St., - Louisville, Ky.
Formerly with W. P. COLE & SO.
will give a candy pulling at Hobb's well. He said that an aged negro
and Floyd. Next door to Enterprise Hotel.
Temple Saturday evening, April 24. woman was on her death bed, and
calline her children to her made
The public is cordially invited.
A Chance of a Lifetime
DO YOU LIKE TO
THAT'S ALL WE WANT TO KNOW.
BUGGIES, DRIVING WAGONS and SURREYS.
Southern Seed Company,
Preston and Jefferson Sts.