months and The Jeffersonian one year, only $1.75
Louisville Times and The
effersonian one year, by
mail to any address . . $4.50
ONLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE INTERESTS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY
Every Thursday at $1.00 Per Year
Jefferson town, Jefferson County, Ky., Thursday, March 3, 1910.
Vol. 3. No. 37.
probably several will be in operation
community and, judging from the
applause, first in the hearts of the
at the same time.
The Brownsboro pike folks have at
last aroused their dormant energies
Prof. Sam WTetherby, of Middle-towAdvertisements under this head One Cent
a word. No ad taken for less than 10c.
and ambition to the extent of formalso spoke, his theme being
ing a committee to demand of the
"The First Settler," which was
PeoA Newsy Letter Concerning
appreciated very highly. Middle-tow- Of Car Line is Asked By People City Railway Co. a car line from
Louisville to Worthington. The manhas an orator to be proud of.
ple You Know.
of firownsboro Road.
Fkk Sale Two work and driving horses.
agers of this railway want to pose as
The door keeper gave in to Miss
Grunwald 823, the amount realized
as to what they will
market wagon and set of waeon harness.
from sale of tickets. The money
do: also to regard us as a "slow set"
Address J. B. Seay. Buechel. or S. H. May.
Rev. Mr. Tharp to Visit Holy Land
Route 15. Jeffersontown.
will be used for the uplifting and Squire Dorsey Proposes To Pike
and financially embarrassed. Many
solidation, But The People Do Not Want
mistakes are made by judging from
betterment of our village school.
Waters Visits New Capitol-F- ine
Lips station on the Preston street
For SALE One lot of onion sets, the
of Grip on Road To Recovery,
appearance only. We are determThree cheers for Washington and
o set out; onion seed, white and red;
road, last Sunday afternoon.
It He Will Report Actions.
Bunch of Hogs.
his beautiful example, and three
ined now that this car line shall be
arge onions, will sort in (rood order; lot of
Bnt Others Have Chicken-Pox- .
present were Fred Mueller, Mat.
made by somebody. Money can and
cheers for our teacher and her
taled hay in barn, four grades: 7 cows,
Heindel, Christ Kundert, Gus
printers: 4 sows, to farrow in March; 200
past, present and future work ot
will be found at the proper time.
bushels com, will sel! in lots to suit: 2 pair
Dear Editor: In answer to the training up the children in the way
By Miss Maytne Clore.
and so will parties who want to take
Rudolph Lips, Mr. and Mrs. John
will sell if can get a reasonable price;
St. Matthews, Feb. 27. This date hold of this work. We are resourceMidd!etown, Feb. 28. Mr. J. W. Lips, Misses Elsie and Nina Lips and letters Mr. Moremen has written re- they should go, and we trust they
male cows. yearling and one
finds all the grip victims on the road ful enough to accomplish our desires
I want to say that he has will not depart from it.
arms to sell, rent or lease, or truck
Artt and fanily have moved to the George Bickel and the W. O. W. cently,
to recovery, myself included.
I am and overcome any
been driving some sharp pointed
shares. CHAS. D. TYLER. Cumb. Phone
Orchestra, composed of F. Bauer, nails into the County Board of Edu
free Louisville service. Jeffersontown.
still in jail, owing to the "ground may arise. Who will build this road
Mr. Jas. Jesse, who has been ill H. Lochner, Bert Braum, Gus
hog weather" and a general lassitude, is the open and burning question.
cation, but I rather think Mr. More-metwelve-barrfor several weeks, is recovering.
Fob Sale New
and Jos. Greenthal, who
the result of the hard battle. Lest
is driving at some of these good
wing wagon, at a bargain. Apply to AnderexA. B. C.
Mr. A. L. White, who has been
played some beautiful selections en old citizens
we should be exalted above measure,
son. Bridwell & Davis. Jeffersontown.
that have long been
ill, is improving.
the occasion. The guests were served
from the many blessings we enjoy,
Mr. and Mrs. Weller Entertain.
Miss Annie Corban is spending with a "Dutch Supper." Everyone wandering in darkness and are not
Fob Sale. A three year old unbroken
broke out among the
wanting, neither are they looking From Chairman and Secretary of Third chicken-poLUD M. Bbyas. Cumb Phone several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Dr. present helped entertain, and the
There was a gathering of friends
children of Springdale not in a and relatives at
Educational Division of Jefferfor a change along the lines of edu
Corban, of Anchorage.
the home of Mr. and
afternoon and evening were one con- cation. Don t you know, that I feel
malignant form, but sick enough to Mrs. W. O. Weller on Sunday
Mrs. Frank Kern, of Louisville, is tinuous round of pleasure.
Fob Sale. Yellow onion seed. 300 pounds. spending the winter with Mrs. Wm.
frighten the parents for awhile, and honor of Dr. and Mrs. S. S. last
we are not only standing still, but
Fbkbing. Sta. E.. Route 3. Louisville.
we are trointr backward instead of
then cause a thanksgiving. "It's no who areon the eve of
advancing in education.
Editor The Jeffersonian: Will worse" but a quarantine, has not as for Oklahoma, where they intend loMiss Gladys Rayner and her brothAfter the Fiscal Court granted us you please publish the enclosed state- yet been lifted.
Fob Sale Farmers, don t buy fertilizer er, Edgar, are recovering from, severe
cating permanently. The gathering
We are glad to report Mr. Charlie was an
till you've inspected the Kaufman Brands cases of grip.
levy which amounted ment of the Third Division of Jeffera twenty-cen- t
evrnrinnallvJ hattnr on, nml
f . .1
Are Detected Just In Time R. T. Durrett, to about $40,000 over and above what son County District schools? Accordat J B. BERRY'S. Fern Creek.
.uduuus duu .dicr iani iacnanu(:n spite of the inclement weather, a
Mr. J. W. Conkling was the guest
ing to the school census there are better, alter a severe attack of large party gathered
Chases Miscreants From
we have had heretofore,
work mule. A. B.
of Mr. and Mrs. .John Tharp Sunday.
and spent a
Fob Sale A
been done with it? I want to say to 973 white and colored school children asthma and other complications. most enjoyable day. Those present
Mr. Wm. Hoard, who has returned
you, as a member ot that board, mat in this division inducing the 2ti col- They bravely wrestled with these were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hocker and
from the Jewish Hospital, is getting
I, for one, am able to give an ac ored pupils from the Fisherville dis- enemies in the courageous way they R. M. Jr., of Lebanon Junction, Dr.
along very nicely and is able to walk
Prestonia, Feb. 28. An attempt count of every dollar of my part, trict. The $4.05 per capita tax al- deal with all difficulties and as a re and Mrs.
around with the help of crutches.
J. T. Roberts and daughter,
dwelling and 11
T. and I believe every other member lowed by the state for 973 pupils for sult of such fortitude come off vicFob Rest
Miss Lucy Howell, of Louisville, to rob the residence of Mr. R.
of Lebanon Junction, Mrs. N. B.
Three-roodisacres land in Jeffersontown.
can do the same but I do not believe a six months' school amounts to torious.
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Durrett on Saturday night was
Crouch, of Louisville, Mrs. Blanche
cottage and garden on Watterson pike.
covered just in time. Mr. Durrett it has been applied in the proper $3940.65, giving the colored school
Our worthy Magistrate, R. O. Dor- Rees and daughter, Elizabeth, of
Beckley last week.
E. R. SPROWL, Agent.
were away spending way.
$5fi.25 above what is needed for the sey, authorized me to announce to
The Misses Finley, of Fern Creek, and the family
Louisville, Mr. Richard Walter, of
Fob Rekt. Six acnes of garden land, on were the guests of Miss Ivy Artt last the evening, and just as they got off
You hear some people say Jeffer six months, but it will be applied to the committee that so courteously Edinburgh, Scotland, Mr. and Mrs.
the car they noticed a light in the son county is not ready for consol- extending the term. By deducting asked him to use all possible speed R. K. Fryer, of Fern
car line, near Fern Creek. Apply to E. R week.
Creek, Mr. and
In a few seconds it was idation. Then, what must we do to the $56.25 from $3940.65 leaves$3884.40, in making a pike in Garr's lane that Mrs.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist kitchen.
T. O. Weller and family, of
cottage, with cellar, church met with Mrs. Rose Waters extinguished. Mr. Durrett ran and get ready? I have never heard any to which the division board supple- it will be a great pleasure, as well as Buechel. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. BridFob Rest
all necessary eutbuildings. Wednesday afternoon. They discuss- put the night key in the latch and one say what they thought would be mented $447.45 out of the county levy a duty, to gratify their desires in well and family, of Jeffersontown,
would not open. Thinking the best way to proceed to get ready. fund, which added to the state fund this matter at his earliest conven- Misses Susie. Emma and Warren
MRS. IDA STANDIFORD. Route 11. Buechel.
ed the new parsonage, which will be the door
some one was holding it he called If we are not ready now we never makes a total of $4331.85, or what it ience. This promise from Mr. Dor- Weller.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Dr. Thompson to come at once with will be. We asked for a twenty-cen- t costs to pay teachers' salaries for sey should satisfy all parties, as we
Do you take the city papers? Read
to garden on shares;
Wanted a gardener
gun to his assistance. By that time
know from experience that he fulfills
levy: we got it. That is all the six months or $721,924 per month.
can turnish all ground that is needed. J.C. Christian church met with Mrs. John the thieves had made a hasty exit
There are eight divisions in Jeffer every promise he makes. This lane our clubbing offers. We can save
law will allow us. Now, then, not
Tatchel Wednesday afternoon.
BRUCE. Jeffersontown. Ky.
through a window on the side of the only that, but we had one or two son county and
ot the shall be among the first attended to; vou monev.
Miss Hattie Yenowine and Miss
house that had been unlocked by good men to come to our rescue with county levy fund due the third divisViola Caldwell were visiting in Louis
them in case they should be tears in their eyes and thousands of ion amounts to $3448.88, and from
ville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Gregg and lit detected. A wardrobe and drawer dollars in their hands, pleading with this deduct the expenses of the
the young men of the town to
playing billiards at tle daughter have returned from a bad been pulled open, but nothing us to take it and build one consoli- twelve districts amounting to$2716.32,
spend their leisure hours
was taken. Mr. Durrett intended to dated school anyway.
my tables. No swearing or gambling is tolBut the leaves a balance of $732.43.
visit in Louisville.
erated. Barber shop in connection. Fred
break in upon the thieves and shoot people said "no: we are satisfied; we
There is a total credit of $1007.31
week-enguests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Orr are Mrs. M. English, or club them with mallet as he is a do not care to advance with the to the various districts in this division
times." But they are willing to ad- and by adding to it the balance of
Wasted You to remember that R.Jeff- Mrs. Lee Currey and Mrs. Bruce powerful athlete and fearless.
tinner, is still in business in
vance in every thing else. In other $732.43 making a total of $1739.74
Hardin. Their mother, Mrs. Orr, is
ersontown. and will have plenty of
words, they have to. You compel with which to conduct the schools
on hand this spring. Also tin roof- seriously ill.
the farmers of Jefferson county to two months longer.
Miss Lucy House, of Terra Haute,
ing guttering and spouting. Place
The above statement is based on
use the same tool their fathers had
Ind., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Of Louisville Diocese Satisfies Wish Of In- - in their time and I want say to you figures given by the former county
Hardin this week.
they would starve to death in the superintendent, Mrs. Stonestreet, in
Mrs. McGlothlin, of Bardstown, is
mate Of County Poorhouse
middle of the field and in sight of her report.
the guest of her son, Mr. Sam McAccompanies Gift.
H. A. Hummel, Chairman.
Cyphers Standard Incubators and Brooders are far above
J. H. Mittler, Seti'y.
they do not want conThey say
Mrs. Wm. Jones was the guest of
YOUR SPRING HAT
competition in Hatching-- in Construction, in Value and in
new solidated schools, and I have not
Bishop 0"Donaghue, the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frank Thursday.
Reliability. For that reason they are used upon more ExYour last year's one-h- ave
Bishop of Louisville, sent verses to been able to find a man who could ANOTHER ELECTION
Mrs. Edw. Mitchell entertained
us clean and
periment Stations; by more big" poultry and duck plants,
Monday for Mrs. L. P. Arterburn, accompany a gift to a man in the give a satisfactory answer as to why
block it to look like
Mrs. MasonGregg andlittledaughter. Jefferson county poorhouse. A short he did not want it. I am heartily in
and by more fanciers than all other makes combined. The
new. Work done
promptly and by ex
Died, Saturday evening, Feb. 2ti, at time ago Bishop 0:Donaghue, who favor of the proposition Mr. More-me- Will Have To Be Held in School Division Mo.2
latest 1910 pattern
made some time ago in regard
the Jewish Hospital, Mrs. Henry was recently chosen to head the
To Elect Chairman Regular ElecWeatherbee. She has passed out of Louisville diocese of the Catholic to paying the way of the County
this life into the mansions prepared church, received at his home in Board to visit states that have conNext door to Avenue Theater and for the redeemed, the house not made Indianapolis a letter from a worn solidated schools and to see if the
2.M Third and Jefferson. Branches
out old man in the poorhouse, asking people are not well satisfied and
Last Saturday afternoon at a meet
Market, and 210 with hands, eternal in the heavens. for a watch. The old man said
203 Fourth, near
Mrs. A. C. Durr and Mrs. Joe Durr
that would not tor any thing go back to ing of the Jefferson County Board of You Can Raise
Third, bet. Jefferson and Market.
nothing in the world would give him the eld way. But don't you fret;
spent Wednesday with Mrs. Guy
Education, Dr. S. D. Wetherby, of
as much pleasure as a time piece, that will never be done if the people
Middletown, asked the chairman,
Mrs. James Brooks has returned and states that it would brighten have to do it. They are not that Supt. Orville J. Stivers, and the
more than much interested and they do not Board to recognize him as the legally
home, after visiting friends in Louis- his declining years,
These machihes are practically automatic they run
words could express.
The good want to be.
elected chairman of school division themselves; they are
Now this year the County Board is No. 2, upon the grounds that he re
Mr. Eliza Yager and Miss Emma Bishop was deeply touched by the
No need to worry with them at night. They run
Yager spent Thursday with Mrs. A. letter and sent the old man a watch going to ask another 20 cent levy ceived the largest number of lawful
steadily without varying- a degree while vou are
I really can repair
following descriptive and a dollar a head for every man in votes
at the regular election. Dr.
Miss Irene Gates has returned home verses:
Jefferson county and surely every Wetherby charged Mrs. Rosa Stoae- - asleep as they do while you are awake. Don't buy a cheap,
Box, Time Recorder, etc.
You tell me all day long you cry
tax payer in the county will be in street, former County Superintenfrom a delightful visit to Miss Laura
good for nothing machine that results in lost time, much
Because you have no watch near by:
favor of that. Just think of the dent with having voted a proxy of worry and poor hatches. Buy the best THE CYPHERS.
Seston, of Louisville.
Your grrief will now soon pass away.
Miss Lily Prior, of Eastwood, was
This watch will run both nightandday; voters that never pay a dollar of tax, N. R. Blankenbaker. which tied the
if I cannot.
but when times comes to vote they vote, then voting herself for J, W.
'Twill tell the hour to rise at dawn.
the guest of Mrs. Ernest Corban
CALL AND SEE THE GOODS
And show at eve the day is gone;
are always there and ready to dictate Brooks, gave the latter the largest
'Twill also mark the time to pray.
guests of Mrs. Wm.
to you how you should vote.
Or Write for Particulars to
The week-en- d
At morning, noon and close of day;
number and he was declared elected.
Now, in conclusion, I want to ask
Hoard are Mrs. L. K. Brown ,of Louisbusy wheels will ever run
Under the law the County Superin
134 S. Fourth St.
And mark the time till kingdom come. you to look in The Jeffersonian and
ville, Mrs. Ben Baker and Mrs. Wm.
tendent is not allowed to vote a proxy,
Louisville, Ky. Perkins, of Shelbvville.
read my report of the work of the and the election was declared by the
Division Board No. 3, which I pub- Board to be invalid. A motion carNewland Waters visited the cap-ito- l FARMERSMEETING
lish in this issue.
at Frankfort last week with the
ried to have the Superintendent call
H. A. Hummel,
Manual Training school boys: 350
meeting of the trustees in
Chairman, another No. 2
Feb. 2ti, 1910
! went from Louisville. Newland was
for the purpose of
Held In Jeffersontown Monday For The
Sole Agents for This District.
Fire Proofed. - Insurable.
very much pleased with the new cap-ito- l
electing a chairman.
Chicken Thieves Chased.
Purpose Of Organizing A Society Of
and the meeting of Legislature
Mr. Brocks has been holding the
Equity Organizer Present.
Prestonia, Feb. 28. Sunday night office since the election last fall. Dr.
an attempt to rob Mrs. Sallie P. Wetherby was the former chairman
Mr. Wallace Tharp, of Allegany,
On Medium-size- d
Penn., spent several days here last A meeting of farmers was held at Durrett's hen house was detected in and did more than anyone else to seDurrett. cure the
levy last year. He
week with his father, Mr. Wm. Tharp, Jeffersontown at the schoolh'ouse time by Dr. Eustace
Hearing a noise he got his gun and also made a s'.rong fight for a model
on his way home from San Antonia, Monday to consider the subject of
Texas. Mr. Tharp willleave America organizing the Society of Equity in made a hasty trip after them. As school for the county, but was dehastily. feated. The next election promises
soon, to spend several months travel- Jefferson county. As there were so he went out they drove off
A private detective is employed to to be a lively one.
ing in the Holy land. The church at few who knew anything about the
909 W. Market St.
San Antonia has extended a call to meeting there was only a handful of watch the premises.
Near Ninth Street.
Retires From Position.
Home Phone 3030
him to preach for them on his return. men present but the speaker, State
accept the call Organizer, M. F. Sharp, of Bowling
It is probable he will
The Times Tuesday contained a
to this wealthy congregation.
picture of Mr. Carl J. Mittler. of
Green, certainly gave a splendid
Of Ladies' and Gents' Wearing Apparel
Jeffersontown, and the following
There was quite a sensation in our address on the subject, saying among
many other good things the Entertainment Given By Miss Grnnwald's complimentary notice:
town last week, when Mr. Guy Mathis the
BOTH PHONES 2635.
"Carl J. Mittler, who since NovemGentlemen! passed through on his wagon with 9 farmer feeds and clothes the world School At Worthington A Grand Snccess
ber 8, 1907, has held the "office of :
In Every Way.
big healthy hogs in it, weighing 4,260 and upon him depends the business
426 South Fifth Street, Between Green LOUISVILLE, KY.
LADIES' COAT SUITS
cashier in the United States Internal
lbs. The average weight apiece was of the world and he should have a
made to measure.
Revenue Department at Louisville,
473ilbs. The hogs were sold to Mr. reasonable profit on his products.
Cleaning:, Pressing: and Repairi- L. Bauer at St. Matthews for $411.28. We, the farmers of this county, want Worthington, Feb 22. A grand retired from office this morning,
was presented to the turning over the accounts to W. D.
ng:. Alterations of every deThe wedding of Miss Isabel Cassady, to have control over the sale of our entertainment
Crestwood, and Mr. Jas. Beckley, products. The only thing I can see public at Sim's auditorium in honor Johnson, who was recently appoint- HUDSON
BROS. & GO'S. COMBINATION SALE
for us to do is to get together and of Washington's birthday anniver- ed cashier by Revenue Collector
& DAVIS, Tailors of Eastwood, was solemnized last formulate plans as to bow is the sary. The hall was filled by one of Petty. The retirement of Mr.
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, best way to dispose of our products
Hudson Bros. & Co. whl hold their
largest crowds ever gathered Mittler is at his own request as his
ANNUAL COMBINATION SALE OF
Second St. Greer and Walnut. Feb. 23. The ceremony was perform- profitably. The ground is broken for the
gave the actors health is not rugged on account of
ed at the parsonage, by Rev. Chas. a local union, as six men have together here and
Cabs Stop ih Pboht of Door.
Many fine the close confinement. He will have HIGH-CLAS- S
BUSINESS and PLEASURE HORSES
pastor of the Crescent Hill signified their willingness to join the the best attention.
Society by signing the papers. Mr. speeches and plays were presented the assignment of street-gaugechurch, in the presence of Sharp will be back again in the near
At their Sale Stables, Louisville, Ky., on
FARMERS, ATTENTION only the immediate families. Mrs. future and will speak at several by the pupils of Rockbridge school, Mr. Mittler is one of the popular
which shows forth the energy, pat- men in the revenue service of the
your money In
Beckley wore a becoming tailored points in the county.
MARCH 31 AND APRIL 1 AND
will ience, patriotism and
district. Before taking the
Field Seeds gown of French blue broadcloth with beDue notice Thethese meetings Any- that of Worthington,truth, nottheir Fifth of cashier he held the position
They brine results for every cent Invested. hat of the same color. Mr. and Mrs. one wishing any further information
We solicit your patronage, believing we can get you satisfactory prices
If no dealer in your locality, write to
will reside at his home at about the meeting, may call or teacher, Miss Vestinia Gruawald, as of bookkeeper. It is estimated that for your horses. For further information, address
once dCCU m louisvill. kt.,touch Eastwood. We extend to them pock- address J. C. Bruce. Jeffersontown. well, who Is first in war i. e.for the during his term as cashier $35,000,-00cwdt) even vWi Wjii put you in
HUDSON BROS. & CO., 1048 E. Main St., Louisville, Ky.
passed through his hands.
N. B. Johnson.
ets fall of rice and many good wishes.
with your dealer.
Miss Nina Lips, who so ably
in making the entertainment of
Cypress Camp, W. O. W., which took
place at Broadway theater last week
a grand success, was presented with Of School Division No. 3 Answers
a beautiful gold bracelet, handsome
ly engraved, as a token of recognition
from the committee in charge, which
was presented in fitting words by
Fred Mueller, chairman of the com- H. A. Hummel Says He Is In Favor Of Conmittee, at the home of her parents
HATCH MORE STRONG CHICKS
BUY THE BEST HATCHER.
LET US SHOW YOU.
R. E. McDowell,
PYER ANP CUEANER