Untd as waived
local or long distance truck service
tumm coal call TV A. Davis
phones 127 orl30
The Cost is Only On Cent a Word snd Son. Cumib
For Each Insertion.
WANTED Jersey cows': fresh snd
heavy springers; good ones. F. S.
Fisher, R. 17 Anchorage, Ky. Cumb.
FOR SALK Sewing machines. 122-Drop heads. $5.00 up. 642
WANTED: A crood reliable col
Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. 24-t- f
ored girl or woman for general
house work in family ot three, can
FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn st-.-y on place. Call Jeffersontown
eggs, splendid strain, the kind that 102.
till the winter egg basket; price $2
WANTED Pasture for yearling
for 15; $10 for 100. Mrs. Chas. L.
Ky., Cumb. colt. H. L. 53-Buechel,
phone Fern Creek exchange.
WANTED 20 straight cedar or
n ri t- n i r n
run oALiL anting eggs irum black locust posts 10 feet; one ShetC. Rhode Island Reds. Mrs.
land pony. Address with price. Geo.
E. O. Burdon, Fisherville Ky. Tel 61-- I Rohers, Jr., Koute 20, St. Mai- 36-1Jeffersontown.
FOR SALE: Buff
WANTED Housekeeper: no laun
$2 per setting.
dry work. James Brentlinger, R. 14
Buechel, Ky., Home phone Jeffersontown.
Fern Creek exchange.
FOR SALE Pure bred Barred
rock eggs for hatching, $1.60 per 16
W. H. Westerman, E. 461-FOR SALE Ford touring
cheap if sold at once. Call
want it good, through C. G.
WE BUY, raise and sell
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow,
nihil.; and other
calf by side. Chas Gorbandt, Cumb animals. Place your order with us,
and list what ever stock you have
FOR SALE 1 Oliver Chilled with us, stating lowest flat pricesAddress 515horse corn culti- on large shipments.
plow No. 20,
517 N. P. Ave., Fargo W. U. 4S-41
wagon, 1 harrow, and 1
G. A. Conrad, Misr
Kmmu. Snyiler Place, R. F. D. No. 14
In lovimr memory of our beloved
husband and father, Elijah Yager,
ho died April 14 1918.
FOR SALE Poland China, Bifr
Type, prue bred boars. S. Edw. Dear father how we nlss you,
Tears of silence often flow
Vogt and Sons, Buechel, Ky. 43-2- t.
Memory keeps you ever near us
Ft Hi SALE; White seed corn. A rhoiMrh you died two years ago.
C. Carrithers, Route 11, Buechel.433
Neath our eyes faded slowly,
(Jrowing day by day more frail,
FOR SALE O. I. C. sow and pig, Bearing sweetly all his suffering
Buechel, Ky. Without murmur, moan or wail.
$40. J. J. Moran,
East 125-Sadly missed by The Family.
2 four and five yeai
In loving remembrance
old horses, broke. J. W. Cnrmichael, Jear niece, Liizzie East Copenhaver,
who died February 10 1920.
She has gone from mother, sisters
W. and brother, husband and three little
'hite Dent seed corn. (Squire)
hildren who need her loving care.
T. Carrithers. Mt. Washington, Ky. We all shall miss her, some day we
shall understand and to all who knew
FOR SALE: Buff Orpington eggs her short Christian life here be an
nkn hiihv chicks on 28th and 29th ot inspiration to live near to One only
Mrs E. W. McMahan. Jeffer doeth all things well. Lizzie has
gone on before to greet us on the
Her aunt, Lucy Durr.
FOR SALE Some nice shoats. H
FOR SALE Two mules 7 and 8
years old, 15.3 high, also two milk
I also have a team
plow your garden. J. E. Carlin,
Jeffersontown, Cumb phone 126
FOR SALE: One good work horse
and 3 calves from 1 to 4 months old,
D. Severe, Jeffersontown near Tuck
FOR SALE CHEAP O. I. C. boar
Sire and Dam bred by L. B. Silvei
Co. Pedigree furnished, weight 260
Poplar Level Koad, Mrs
Susie Ernest, Route A. Box 398 Lou44-- lt
FOR SALE SO emr canacitv Buck
eye Incubator for $4.00 Apply Thos
Thiprmnn Wildwood Farm Buechel,
FOR SALE Nine shoats, weighing
about 90 pounds. Geo. Haag, Beuch-e- l,
Ky., R. 12.
FOR SALE One gray mare, cheap
D. A. Thome, Jeffersontown on
FOR SALE Five
and acre of ground with fruit trees
Robt. Minton, Buechel
Make Every Acre Do It's
SURPRISED BY FRIENDS.
Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Woolet, of
Fern Creek, were recently surprised
by a host of friends and relatives.
Those motoring from New Albany
.vere Mr. and Mrs. Barry Lauer and
laughters, Ruth and Georgia; Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Laura and baby,
nd Mrs. Mollie Laura; others present were Mr. and Mrs. Kern Woolet
and daughters, Helen and Willobee.l
indl Mr. and Mrs. John" Woolet and
hildren, Virginia, Ludwell J., and
Agattia Woolet. Covers were laid
for 6 o'clock dinner, which was enjoyed by all.
Mrs. W. S. Strong of Doups Point
announces the marriage of her dau
ghter, Mary Catherine to Mr. Leonard
H. Tyler, of Middletown, April X, at
They were married
5 oclock P. M.
by Rev. Elliott at his residence, at
Fern Creek. Owing to the recent
death of the bride's rather the cere
mony was u quiet one. There were
A few relatives be10 attendants.
ing present. The bride wore a beautiful gown of crepe de chine and hal
o match. They are making their
liome with the bride's mother.
The same labor, same machinery,
Mr. Chauncey Berry and bride was
same land with good quality of
High Crude Fertilizer added will the week end guest of Mr. L. Lurding
earn piggot profits. Insist on usim and family.
Thousands of farmers use it bemuse it is evenly balanced with plant
and produces the
biggest return for the dollar invested
No over feeding of one element
and starving for the lack of another,
hut. each in certain proportions doing
lt work like the baker makes his
CHAS. D. TYLER
JefferCumberland phone No. 41-sontown.
SITED TO buy ear corn. J.
M. Howey, Cumb. phone Anchorage
Between the Cost of Good
and Cheap Printing
that he who goes
shopping from printer to
printer to secure his printing
at & few cents less than what
it is really worth hardly ever
makes day laborer wages at
is so slight
If you want good work at
prices that are right, get your
GOOD BOOKS AT
Miss Ktherino Gerber entertsined
No. 3 of St
her Sunday School Ctass,
etaere last Wednes-- a.
Out home of her father, Mr.
American Library Association Jacob Gerber cornor 3rd St., and
National pike. Simfin
Urges Adoption of County
ware enjoyed. The inrefreshments
vited guests were:
Misses Minnie Pearl Stinson, FranIDEA
SUCCESSFUL ces Best, Amelia AtWnson, Virginia
Oelke, Louise Morgan, Ev Wemes,
Margaret Steadly, Loue Weick,
California, the Pioneer Other
Katie Moore, Clara Atkinson, Helen
States Adopting the
Wick, Elisabeth Graseh, Mesdames
Fred Schubach and Nick E. Finzer.
Lovorn Students to
Young Man Seriously Injured in
Fall From Car.
WHITE HOUSE FLOCK ALMOST A GRANGE HERD
April 15, 1920
April 12 The play entitled, "The
of Eastville Hotel", given
few weeks ago at Lovorn
Heights by the faculty and High
School students of that school will be
repeated at Okolona Hall, this coming
Saturday night, April 17th. Would
suggest that every one attend who
The American Library Association,
can for you will be amply repaid for
In announcing Its "Books for Everyentertainment and dance
body" movement, which is to be nation
given by the Auburndale amusement
wide In its scope, advises and urges the
Co.. last Saturday nig was well at
Falla From Car
extension of the county library system
A young man named Still accidentas a solution of the problem of supply- tended and every on present had a
ing good literature to the rural dis- very enjoyable evening.
ally fell oi sttempted to alight from
tricts. Its Intention Is to persist In
car on Okolona line last
udvocating the nation-wid- e
St. Marks Lutheran Church
nitfht at nearly ten oclock, at Everof the Idea as successfully applied In
Sunday School at 9:80 A. M., ser green Cemetery and suffered a deep
California, Ohio and Maryland until
every one of the
counties In the vices st 3:00 P. M. Kverybody invi gash on Ihe back of his head. That
nation have adopted the system aud ted. Psstor C W. Gemerf.
station was his to get off but the car
regular shipments of good books are
had not quite reached the station and
being made from the central point Ik
no one knows how it happened.
Prof. RagsdaU Speaks
the county to the designated outposts.
Professor Geo T. Rsdale of the was immediately picked up by conCalifornia stands out as the hlghpolnt
Louisville made a ductor and passengers and hurried
in the successful application of the Male Hitrh School
speech at the Au to the office of Dr. Bates at Okolona
Idea. Of the 58 counties in the state very enteresting
VI have adopted and are supporting the burndale school last Friday nitrht and without making stops on the way out
system St a trilling cost. This It urges many more people of this school dis for passengers. He was thought for
us a part of Its enlarged program which
some minutes dead but revived enough
trict should have hesrd him.
alms to promote a better citizenship
to make himself known. Today he
and to combat the social and industrial
is doing very nicely at the home of
Glee Club Entertainment
unrest through the teaching of AmeriMr. Ed Bridges, with whom he lives.
Tickets are now on sale for the
can ideals aud traditions to the foreign
Lutheran Glee Club entertainment
The book needs of the sixty million to be held at the Auburndale school
or more Americans who live outside of auditorium Saturday night, April 24.
Mr. Herman Weber who recently
the M cities will be called to the atthe little home of Mrs.
21 young men in his club purchased
tention of those In a position to serve There are
music and sintrinK
;rreat Mary Jones, near Okolona is having
County Libraries Urged.
and every one should he sure to hear same repaired and will move there
The county library system provides them, as these young men are well soon.
for establishing one central library at trained.
Tickets 86 cents; children
Enthused Over Tractor
the county sent or In the largest town
20 cents. The proceeds will go to the
Okolona was alive with interest
in every county.
This does not mean
benefit of the St. Marks Lutheran Saturday when
necessarily ihe erecting of a library
the elder Mr. Weber,
building and the stocking of Its shelves. Church.
who recently moved here from Buech
In many cases the tools already exist.
el, started up hi new garden tractor
Das fare Members p renal
Prom this central station books will
The Auburndale improvement club and plowed it all in a hurry. He
be loaned to dslgna;ed witpost stawill probably persuade others out of
tions. The hooks will be delivered by meets next Saturday night April 17, his crowd of
onlookers to purchase
cnicks. parcel post or whatever method and every member should be present one for themselves seeinw ii w.,ilt..,l
may he adopted In any given county to
as we would like to have their opinion so splendidly.
the country stores, tollgates, post ofe
and suggestions in regard to investfices, schoolhouses and private homes.
When one shipment has bee circulat- ing the suplus funds of the treasury
Mrs. L. K. Helm and daughter sured uiul returned another will be sent to best advantage.
prised her husband with an alamnt
out. Also, In communities of any size
dinner April 7th the occasion being
In the county, branch libraries will be
I have not seen my dear old friend, nis oinnaay. it was a complete surmaintained.
J. B. Priesler for sometime and it prise to Mr. Helm makinv it nil tho
The American Library Association,
would give me great pleasure to look
with its 4,000 active librarian memthe meeting
Surprised on Birthday
bers and Its 40 years of practical func- upon his shining face at
Mrs. Albert Priest entertained n
tioning. Is In a position to know the of the club next Saturday niuht,
needs of the country and In the fight April 17, and if I knew he would be large number of guests at dinner Sun
for wider knowledge Is a force to be there I would get some of that im- aay in honor of her husband whose
birthday was yesterday.
ported sausage that he and I relish was also much surmised to sop hvn
Enlarged Program calls for sn so
large tables filled with good things
expenditure of $2,000,000. There will
No reports from the horseradish to eat ana just tnen realized the day
i;e no drive or Intensive campaign.
was his birthday.
The money will be raised by the libra woman.
The Auburndale sehoiriimaditorinm
eimiR, library trustees and friends of
Mrs. Will Spybey spent Monday
libraries. The movement for better will be elaborately decorated for the afternoon with Mrs. W. S. Bates.
citizens and a well read population Is Boys Athletic Club dance. Wednesday
Misses Mary Jeffries and Imogene
on ami the slogan la "Books for Every- night, April 21.
Cooper spent the week end with their
aunt, Mrs. J. W. Gjjmore.
A Bouncing boy arrived at the
Mr and "Mrs. Crawford, and dau-home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gordon ghters, Mr. Reynolds Crawford and
BOOK8 FOR EVERYBODY!
last Saturday night. Mother and friend, all of Louisville, Mr. H. D.
Robb and family, were guests at din
Four Thousand Llbraidan Members of child doing well.
the American Library Association
Miss Mary Elizabeth Oswald and ner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller
Mrs. Alice Jackson and
In Nation wide Movement
Wm. Bailey Oswald spent the week Bates were all day guestsMiss
Sine the advent of peace the American
end 'with their aunt, Mrs. Nick E. Jesse Miles and mother at South Park
Library Assi elation haa turned Ita efforts
from war work Into other channels. With Finger on the 3rd St. road.
after attending services at Mt. Hollv
lilt lifl,lll .Ji no iu.ij J
Mr. Kern Smith and Wife and1 Miss
of lta membership
Krupp, Miss Ida
and . ...... ........ ,,.
Alta Smith, called Sunday
iimim in Mil njH .
Krupp, Miss Buradine Gilbert, Miss to see Mr. Chris Smith who afternoon
the United States, In addition to continuihas been
ng; certain war actlvlttea not taken ever Lyda
Gilbert and Miss Helen Zirnhett very bad with Pneumonia. They
by the Kwverninent. It proposea to promote the development of the library
of the city motored out last Satur- found his condition somewhat imthroughout the country and to
the reading habit In all ways day night to attend the entertainMrs. Geo Bailey and daughter, of
The A. L. A. supplied ovsr ment and dance.
7.000 000 volumes to our flshtlng men
Hebron, were guests Sunday of her
her "id overseas and on board vea els,
daughter, Mrs. Sam Smyser.
nd It has the ojnrldence and th adMiss Mellie Smyser and Mr. Albert
miration of the nation back of It In InPRESTONIA
augurating' its "Books for Everybody!"
Drescher were among those who a
movement. The money to carry out toe
tended Miss Mildred Sanders' birthprovisions of the campaign will not be
Prestonia, April 13. The Bush day party recently.
inlsod thiough nn Intensive drive, but
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Roberts visited
will be oLtalned by the librarians, library kfamily, of the Bush Sanitorium have
ii unices uiiu rrlundd c1 HhrnrlAa
relatives in Louisville Sunday.
enthusiastically pledged their co
rented the furnished home of Judprc
Mrs. W. J Smyser, Mr. an l Mrs.
operation lu ouiaimng iue ueevaawr?
and Mrs. W. G. Dealing and will Ernest Smyser, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
live here during the summer months. Smyser, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smyser
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Holsclaw and Miss Mellie Smyser, were recent
and little son, Harvey Jr., were re- all day guests of the former's daughter, Mrs. Annie Seebold, of Louis
cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ville.
Mrs. C. W. Brooks, has returned
Mrs. Laura K. Hurrington is spend- home after a months stay with relaing the week with relst ves at Huber tives in Indianu.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
children were guests Sunday of Miss
Miss Durrett Ogler.Ly is visiting Stella Hedges, of near Hebron.
Miss Mary Timonoy, of Danville.
Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall
Miss Anna Hujo was confirmed in and children spent Sunday afternoon
St. John's church, Clay and Ma ket with relatives at Fern Creek.
Mrs. H. C. Ireland and Mies Maroffering some Streets, unA Mrc mornii:g.
Till guerite Ireland attended services at
guests of Mrs. Sarah Sumneri
at the Methodist Temple Sunday mornspecial grocery
Mr. and Mrs. Clnir Brown, Mrs.
as quoted below:
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin W. Roberts, of
W. H. Johnson, of Louisville,
and Blue Rock WellyRoad, have come to
Misses Mary Jeffries and Imogene make their home with her mother,
...$1.80 Cooper were guents at dinner Sun- Mrs. Lillie Landers.
24 pound sack
day of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gilmore.
Misses Marion and Verna
12 pound sack
Mrs. Agnes Miller r turned
this Brentlinger will leave tomorrow for
week from a weeks' visit to her son, Bowling Green to attend Normal
$1.7B Thomas Miller, and wife, of Indian- school there.
24 pound sack
Mrs. D. A. Bates returned home
12 pound sack
Mr. SvHr.ov Crutc'ier and fritho
last week after a delightful week's
5c of Woodford county, spout several stay with her sister, Mrs. J. O. Marrs,
Large Box Matches
s with friends here uks week.
and family at Lexington.
MiQa Vafn f'nlt
r nf T..ii:n..:u.
Macaroni, per box
14 visited Mr. George Mill's family Sun- Canned Corn
Mr. Charles Hujo and family were
28c entertained at dinner Sunday by his
Vissman's Best Lard
sisters, Misses Lizzie una rnona Hujo
Mtb. James Brentlinger, who has
Sugar, standard granulated (2
Bishop and family been confined to her room at her
Mr T D.'.t
urero minal. Q,lat.pounds to a customer), per
home on the Heady Road for someop's family of near Brooks Station.
time, on account of illness is still un23e
Miss Treain Flecker of Louisville able to be out. Mrs. Brentlinger
21c spent the week with her sister, Miss was before her marriage, Miss Lou-ett- a
Brown Sugar, per pound
Hoke, one of Jefferson county's
Navy Benns, per pound
school teachers. She has many
Bread, per loaf
friends who are hoping for her early
MT. ZION NOTES
Dark Brown English
Dark Brown Blucher
Men's Black English Oxfords
Brown Blue her Oxfords
PUMPS AND TIES
Ladles' Black Dull Kid
Pump, High Heel . $4.95
Ladies' Patent One Eyelet Tie, High Heel. $6.95
Ladies' Brown Three eyelet tie, high heel . $5.95
Ladies' black five
oxfords, high and low heels $3.95
oxfords, low heels . . .
Misses and Children! Patent
Baby Doll Slippers
Sizes 6 to 8
Sizes 114 to 2
Misses White Baby Doll
Slippers and Oxfords
11V4 to 2
WHITE SHOE STORE
34 W. Market St.,
Between First and Second
HEIFER HAS FIVE LEGS
At This Office
For Saturday Only
this unpleasant task.
THE JEFTBESONIAN, DEVOTED ENTtttELTTC
Another freak of feature, a cow with Ave legs, has come to the
to Ben Lapldes
attention of the nation la the sale of the
Of Oatee, JL V., by the Rochester Abbatolr Co.
"Mirabel" Is ks norwith the exception that she has a filth leg,
mal as any
Which adorns her shoulder oyer the left treat leg.
Ten Per Cent Discount On All
Tires and Tubes
We have on hand a large stock of different
makes automobile tires and tubes on which
we will give a ten per cent discount on all purchases made this month.
Best Pnk Salmon
Mince Meat, per package
ton (Jhsrges the
business. The flock has
gone Into the sheep-ralsln- x
u u now a gang totaling about
Robert Buter feeding part of
M edition to
Rev. J. C. Waltz of Louisville is
holding revival services at Mt Zion
this week; good preaching td every
body welcome to these meetings.
The Ladies Aid met with Mrs. A
Tag Soap, per bar
C. Durr last Thursday in an t day
Star Soap, per bar
meeting and the elegant dinner that
noon made every
Men's and Boys' Shoes present feel at to be there, jn one
and Ladles' Slippers on afternoon an electionelected held. Mm
Ella Painter was
and Mm. P. D. Durr was
secretary and Treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs Landersaw and familv
and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and family
of Betheny Church attended services
KENTUCKY nere ounday afternoon.
Thft half Atxman
until now official Washlng-jtoec- y
A garden tractor demonstration
under the direction of F. E. Mem-maAgent
will be conducted April 20 and 21.
On April 20 the demonstration will
be on A. B. Driesbach's place on the
Bardstown road, at Tyler station and
at John Wurtele's place on the 18th
Street road, near Shively on the will
of instart at 10 a. m., should begarden-er- a
terest and value to the truck
of the county.
5 gallon can $3.75
5 gallon can $4.00
also have for sale some
and One Dodge Touring Car.
ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED
Automobile Accessories and Supplies
Goodyear. Goodrich and Flsk Tires
Cumb. Phone 117