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Made Famous icche Story of'joaathanaad His Continent, by MaxO'Rell. "The Oldest, Most Popular, tr.ost Widely Circulated and MostlJQoied Paper in the Kentucky MounUtns." HAZEL GREEN, WOLFE COUNTY, KE$jgOKY, THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1917. OIUEXjlr HERALD Mil 1 z HIIIIIK - fcv YEAR. NUMKJt 41 IK y TJ1STCLE J5 fc-ra-awwroal SAM'S RHYMES m Our Prize Winners ru. Imt i NEWS CTprue, anlMt: poiU m WEEK items fNTERESTSr Thirty-On- e for theaa. Wmt fU.Sull of lll contest last ti, Mfc mm, n, W i mi ordtii toubltsh tho p'ctur'C f tho contcstaui . We offered Ihr A Fare You Well me w tut, d. werk For which exertion neath received the Th: IK r siiare was 2o tiyuars And she is pleased so I Mrs. "' lly 1 ! i Gleaned From our Exchanges arid Other Sources. Reproduced From the Files of The Herald Years Ago. Eva, little daughter of JC)mt Henry, prominent fame, here is verj ill, West Liberty ee. nr I've journeyed nearly seventy jc3rs Within thii vrorltl of care, And saw its best from first to lasit Ail that it could ir?jj,re. I've seen its j&ys, yes. unaltered Pity graccfnlly around my heart, Old age came on, the scene bajMihangod And now I mast depart. To seek o relate feanu in death Where eyes tie more can wefjt. Where my old ijutverlng frame can In one ling the f prizes ns follow : $25.(X) in gold to i the one cuiiBctiug tiie f;reaie?L k- mount in cash fvr- sul riptiis. ;$J500 in gold to tb? otio colct- i - lilizaeth Uose the Pid her work well 'twas sujicli iv her eflorts subscribers srfeesrollcd Ht-shre was dollars rhere 1 seiine iti:- sefid grc-At- it j and $1000 jccMociius in gold to iht the third jjratost ou- amount. ret jamoant. Woof our oxn accord jdteided to ivj the founh prize of 00 to MUs ti n th Willr, i f May. town, who was handienpped by isickuess. Tbo ootitcst at its elf so s follows : f steed First, Miss Virg,tuii Tay, 152.(X) nnionnt collncUd 'Stcotid. Mrs. C. 0. Hus. ftiTi'iuut A fcleep where naasht ca o'er disturb, Just one eternal calm. ris.oniy deah that oflcr tills, This more than comforting balm. I i Miss I.eile Carr eicell the flio girl of fair fe$wti. r liue IU dene frocul work while In ext weeks issue she wil plane, verdict. A Tm Uollur sold piece shidwiB Fur iSe many subscribers siMpt:in. N'.nriliss l.'uth Wills of Jfaftonrfame The annual 1 ni'ed iu stay t he cud olheg&uie. ijirkaess blocked iur raieuiShow 'w tf siras"Sl3'l She was compelled ti But f.r her efforts and sooiontent congress, last A 5 dollar sdd piete to Iidreras sunt, minuies. picture toa will also pr ith Lexic in a corspieuoMjee. v 1 hato Tho jury, in the case of Mrs. OCT. 14 2 L 1885. Married On Thmrsday, tk Stk Rosa Hecht and hor daughter. Ida i inst., at the residence of T. J. t oHecht, charged with tho murder iSwimm, at the moath of Elkfqrk; of Iltrmrn Heeht, husband snd Wtllio Swango, a prominent jeffHlSon to Miw father, nt Louisville, was dis- young farmer near IUzh- - GreoD.J Peyton Fauniu Attendants: G. Shraaa charged, having failod to reach a brougnt us a pumpkin weighing L - ri3 Msm Saa - aud Betty PeyUw; GO pound?. The fu-.e- B. Rugou officiating. Pension Approprt- - ral of H. A. Kesh, d- -t R.v. II. II. Little and Hear; SraSfe fsak.te.jiJ; UH . 4 levvtj: SfiellSr IJ-- r hou so gDay by Revf Little, in lhe JTaimv Taylor atid Wednesday in 15 Ghristain Church and was wnil at- -, the home of Mr?. We noticed several j at Malliu's Groro, teuded. ' friends of the deceased from the 4th Sunday in j ,1 casett,veajir H.. hia mHhirr t Nancy Taylor, this creek, on iaaivot month.-r- 9 . . this c?a-' . . I I'm useless now in this wsr'd's it rife Where business hlds its sway, 1 ; nn lhe Kentucky State legislature distance. ,i :.. : - Stillwater cor. -- collaid Third, Miss col'pctwi j cannot keep Its raarvjhHt. "I'm only iu the way? peu Ixi $1?00 Crr, anount $ 105.50 MI?.J 1 Ma-g- j Th&futare holds no poms far me Xo joys that I can ronp, JCow I must take the fatal drug And quiotly fail asleep. Uttle did I dream twuld come t this That I must lie ton'pkt, Upotf the cold an frrzcu gramtA Beneath the Uirs i bright. Tisiall a honielei soul oan Ao Tis all there is ta rea, A rich reward frain oarthlv pain A sweet and drenmles steep. think the yc ig indies did rtmslk&bly wIl 'J things heing 'cortsidtred aud wetakahis pp rUitnly of expressing wr thanks to, thorn for their unscHhh w rk in behalf of the Herald. We wer disappointed in nok getting t lie cuts of iMiss Carr ai3 Wo -; VIKOiNIA INK&IAY The Winners. The eotttet i crer, the iriz .n Now all stt ui jym- - beuc.t!!. 'h. m , And we have prves- t the w. i! l That truth alune em irtilts the Herald The judee's man: was tvutiil dooe rhey B.rd the fi u r. s ti tin y ruo, "R'ith imparti! tate and hoj,is? rentd Tfctrre are at bnrdt-ion th i miuu. Just not the picture, on this pae 5 hey ate th ladie bo did i ufuzc, la aeadiiqr cwWiibrr- - Irom u'er the world the? hare done wootftr. for thv Herald-Thother ladle in the field TlMc pit tares tilled to he iraied, Gave heart and miod to this jpxtd ciitt A ad tacrtt their aha of it eh ajlaaae. t e Miss Wills ! ihis Sam. wtk but time to publish thHH will publish Uiew next vWk. Vnclk Expresses Thanks. , ANNOUNCEMENTS To tfeose nho so kindly j senfe to extend my WearoauUioriacd tn aiutounee G. t?. thanks and assure youc my p TAULBKSte n csndidatc for Rprosen- through the o,imn5 o' tativoin the Olat Lcglslntn-Lh Herftl- tike to write subjoot to the primary, Anguet 1917. each of you a persona i letter, but it COUNTY JUDGE wpttld be a great nndert-kinas 1 We are uutlioriaed to tuuxMore ED- - have received simethiug over GAR T. KASII. as n candidate for ?00 sbcript?ons. scattered ov r County Judgo om Uie D amor ra tie ticket. twent' one states. suwj Got im tiae prMttary ttgti 1817. 1 am very thankful for 'ou rc- - .5 wisii e ; REPRESENTATIVE bh&ir subscriptions i coust. I the tooMit je : k Potion wld J MimYimmm imrt Dwr Sent eiwcfib;r la, ia fine myy Into every Oatc her letters flew And o'er the wire done brsincs- - too. . r J tlP ' ' fliK O 1 CURTIS g, Grand Home Coming la'st weelHTaa one disadvantage. We did not get to read nor did wegat to publish for others to read x COURT QLUR R. . the Her- 1 might add in conclusion - aid. Clork. subject to the will of tbe dkinocmtrfo vetoes at the Aug. primary. tiiat Mr. lioilon cond octet! th contest fnirly and fqnarly aud GOOSnTY ATTORXBY that I h:tve not heard a eouip'aint Woaro awiihoriaed to aunwDre, W. B r., Wl wmOdmt far' Wolfe Cam4y. wLv -- ch received a receipt for lh. Cmmix AUomey jootwtbe Dchw ratic pruMwy Asgcst aiuonut of money iti'ued Hi with 1917. tlie names .4 ti snbacribere rit- on the back of each rceipt. ieu Again Utaukitig yen, I ir to We hcc author to aniweacc J. F. f WdW6iaaoir TITThs a otadklatr for County adt swiyrtrfe "WHy gMfiff ftfW? 1 1 wsifc .id in- -r'ii i f Cirt through the column? Din.orfJa.,!:. .. ( , ; WIUSMAn asa a:.dMaic Un Ammmi I subjaot im the Dcaaoccatk pii ij Ag-- Years very 3rncerlr. Virpitiia 'Inea Day o-- ust 1S17; j is a catklidate far Amatrnvr, ubjoet to tiae aetkiB of the BomoenMir I primary, Aug. 4, 4C17. my OIL NOTES. W. T. Cntpr has takn up Wo are CRIEHQII authe iaed to anataamtit- - IS. J. Expresses Gratitude tike this moaus of expres;tig thanks to th. so ho w'r so iml as tosnd mt Iheirsnbecript ions for the Hrali! in thcoi.t-s- t. a block of l,0tK) acrs near Neola for Lexington capitalists. J. T. Hauks & Co. hus taken considerable territory in nnd alrcwi Hazal Groan. Work on Hollon No. 1 is bwns rushed to completion with gotd f ; i Whil? 1 did win tb first priz I atu thoroughly satirfi.! with the re? i f r I know I .t cr.nlit f,r mn 1 djj ,ud gratitude to my frieid? is as -- reai &i if 1 bad wont first prx Again tfcankiiig you, 1 atu, Vfry siucere'y, Mrs. C 0. Rose. nt indications. ! Tiio Mountain OH Co. Max? Shows Appreciation. made the location for wef! No (J I tv sli to thank my many friood- -r ti uu .nit; c tnuipiB imtn. ftvm well; ooth Jmr uiA near f r help; has .been il rilled on this ftirtiij 1 1 iljr hp U A C. Hurt has taken a nice boundary west uf Hazel Grten and ..0u, H.raId T m will begin operations in th near Liltllk Mr HoUw11 fof futuriJ In rct?iit c )iilat and !1 enj y Gf yon inc 1 at li IK nr in which be conducted the couMurphy & Liudou have a nice task Wmnin? cue of tie prize not my only object iu nter-wil- l location west of Hasel Green tbat g be drilled ou as early as the contest but I wished to chinery can l e gntU-- m. k'jp al- ig ;h dear old pfer. Y urs vry since' Jy, uia-.mw - A Simple Transposition. lxieCati Kaet, 8UCC63S. and Parish A melt, cf (fin county, came Going to her moUwr, she said Eendricks Mag. t H izel Green this week t i see triumphaurtiy : 3e ninuta, I got their grand mother, Aunt Kiizi Th- - lters. Scjit and James i t fV ieut, my shoes om." i Mcxab!', uho fell last Sunday and xrts. iiet ova isr .w., xickell, of Gillmure, were pbms- "Oh!" said mamma, "bat you was seriously Injured in the I adt thie cauty. on Tburtday accom- - ant caliers in Thi Herald office on fier aon, Faroes, io i.' wng- - Tharwlay , Ifore leaving Mhey At this writing, Thursdav. Aui.i have them on the wrong rtet." ld w a ma- Th he?P U brtter. The Loys left f.r tou to1fH,?Jl Bessie looked down doubtfully w way aou oy me way .im s Itnnw; 8"TOB leriai n. . " .. . and said: "I don't see r :t. ..-.-- t, tmnl.la Fwrrr-win give at; oi vou a mention that they helped the Her BBM", Thos-are all the feet I aid can be. k 1:1 we ks' 3 jmx ' m i P' atotis while her in a rathtr has tu aay. OpOraifO Wh. m Herald. W got "Christ. MAih.M.M iv.at.t.fcr. Bessie was pnt Little 4 year-ol- d the first tim ting on her shoes and got them exchanged. Kr , fr the letters from those who subscribed and who live at a distance. It has alwaysbeen a custom with the Herald to publish letters fom its subscribers who live at other places, it gives ths subscriber's friend a chance to hear from him. We are not going to change the custom. It is a pleasant task for'us to let you hear from people, from whom you would probably hear nothing esc apt through tho columns of the Eer-alLets haveachimuey corner talk among ourselves. You no douot pay your moneyl for th3 HBra'd tD hear abDat y3ir: old friends in,this pxr- - of the country but how are they going to hear from you? Don't you suppose the people back here ore as anxious to hear from you as you are to hear from tr em? In studying the matter over, this idea came to us: instead of your reading about us wo will read about you In our issue of March 15th., wo will print nothing except letters from our subscribers who live at a distance from Hazel Green or any place where the Herald has correspondents. Somebody wants to hear ironi you. They want to know where you are, what you are doing what luck youhave had,whether you are married or single how many children you havr whether or not any of your family has died and a thousand and one things. So get busy and write a letter to the "Dear oi Herald.' Do not any of you fail to do. so. No matter whether you are high or low, rich or poor, bond or free, write a letter. Some one wants to hear from make this issue a regular "Home Coining" issue. Let everybody hear from everybody elsa in this issue. Don't fail to write and help us make this issue a grand d. la?t Wednesday and is busy formu io Mrs. Fallen, teacher off Aied On FrowlirfSaJ;, Sept. plans to enact bills regard- ' Daysboro District sdiool sends the 20th Mr3 NancV Salley. -Sfing ruvenuo and taxation bills, cor J "atcr ; J; several of which have been it.tro- - following report to Oct. 9th Highest grade in A. class, Thos. duced In the House. R'Tu To the wife of J. B. C. a ... P.ii.... jcj,. I'uueu, oci nifties, gi.mc 111 jj. Idttlf, h fina son, James Roscoe.? W. R. Catron &, Co.'s general class, Clarence Day, 07; George Stillwater cor. 94-merchandise store at Stanton, in opurlock, 95; R sa Burton, IPouell county, tvos dtstroyed by aallic Cruuy, 93; Lizzie Cruay, 91 ; John C M.Day, A. F. Lyon audi ( class. lta fire early Thursday morning, to- - Mary Burton, 90 Emuline Toulson, of the Preshy- gather with a large stock of goods. Burton, SG: Jae HatfiBld, 95; tHrian church at this plac have. Incendiarism is suspected. Basil Hatfield, 93; Widie Edwards moved their membership to the 93; Marinda Huff 96. D. class. '"Church in the Wilderness" to-- .. The Treasury department nn- - Robt. Edwards, So; Uarittta Parks cently at the mouth of" nonnced last wpek the selection of go: Sarah E Iwards. 93: Alexiu Frozen Creek. a site for the new public building j Dayt 95 ; Jeff Cruey, 94; Ilibbeit ,., on- to be errcted at Pamtsville. The rr rt. . ivi.umi;ur.u Hon. W. 0. Mize left Saturday '. , price paid was $4,000, and the , F fur Cincinnati to buy furniture t'lrmer ownprs were u .t vneeior for his uew house. and John Buchinston. Henry Cox, boo of Judge Cox, of Mr3. R. J. Samuel of this place" : West Libertv, is visiting friends! The Pistoffice department has and relatives at this place and who. has been quite ill we are glad. issued au order tor free village deto say is improving nicely. Ezel. livery of. mail to be established at o D iws m Springs! nnd Sturgis beginSue Godsey who has been visit A. II. Stamper, of Laurel Creek, ning April 1. Similar delivery is attending school at this place. ing at Whitesburg, Letcher county . service was established recently at Uampton cor. inn Lrladville, Ya , returned a oat el Bf:.' Providence and .Morgan field Saturday evening. Establishment of additionahrail ,M ajjttegcsUujna.r f T. Nickell, of this cunt-- , tJ Mr. Cut. R.J. Samuel, who haa Ien y nnd McRo' erts was announced Elizab th Poman. of Lee City, absent in the interest of the by the Postofiice Departchurch, returned home' made Rev. James Roberts t fiiciating. ment. The Department ' last week. i known the disconliuuai co of ra'- - Gampton cor. lating till; -- i ( ; . ; j j ; org-tnize- j j t ! j ! F j ........ "i. lJijjjS4 yes-orda- Prea--buteri- an sprvvce on trail wav nnst-ofhe- e Mnrried On Thursday, theSth Xo. 2 Itetwenn Jackson and Lxing- Creech recigimd hi I J ihua-haf ton atid the establishment of addi- - ofiice aa Jailer of Woli c.u tv u inst.. t G o'c'ock P. M. at the t tional railway post ofiice service on 'f the bride's father, Will-nii- ii last Monday, and Uorg DratH Norton, if Taz'jwoll county r train' o ard G. between Jackson was appointed to till his vacancy. Vn , t Mi?s Lizzin Clay pole. Rev. nnd M'Ribrts. Camp tun cor. I F. Wilson officiating. Tho high Arthur Fl mit g, a Carter coun- t i. tmctttig parties hve the beat v npgro, recently am ris'tus uf a best of friends in this Geo Rnbinsou. Wip. CnJ-ittwo to five years for for-gr- v D. C. William-- , cf thn p'nc, 'ommunity. May town cor. O.ily a short while since hf a trip t Cincinnati to Inn R"V. J. R. Kudtil, our new :ad finished a term in the Ohio 'oods. Campt'n . ireacl er in charge of th'S nnitfittia'y aud had ?rvfd a torm two a'le pernmus hern Mrnvio'isly in the Kentucky Died O.i the Tth it St.. of my:i Sund-- y and Sunday nght. The for the same ottens. les", Mrs. Anni- - Byrd, wif-- . if M. people aie well pleased with him Au:oin t,hoc( recently added If T. Byrd, of Stillwat-- r, an ill as a minister. Mavtown cor. ih roll i f co federate pensioner? tiess of only a fuwdavs. Camptoi n Kentucky we notice the nnme.' SCHOOL KE1MKT cor. of Adam Pack and Mary A. Turrk"; On reviewing the wnik'rt ner, both of Morcnn county, nnd Win, Davis preached at thu j Friday the 9th inst., it was found Bro. ' Crockett Richie, of Breathitt conn- nlace last I hursday and baptize that the following pupils excelb d tv. Uncle Samuel Haddix, .lr-- . Go -- in their respective studies: Prim r, Sixteen sl.ips sailed from New geaner Linden and Miss Elis Had Newton Carson ; 1st spelling clas-- , Lizzie Nickell ; 2nd spelling clasp,. York hst Saturday for European dix. Let the good work go u, R sa Carson; 3rd tpel!iM3 clap; port. None of them, so far a? Gill more cor. M-- ry Lacy; 1st prjmary geogracould be learned carried prssen- re.s-nie- nc eon-p'jcev ar-lin; -- niisfi. peni-tMitiar- v aftr cers. Insurrections have again revived in C'..ba ai:d the situation married last is brine closely watchpd by the Creek cor. I'nited Stat Wm Tay'or Day, ? f Holly creek, phy, Belle been and MiiS Eviliue Birchfild, wer. geogrephy W ednesday. Carson: 2nd primary Ellswoith Lacy; ad- -, Frozei vimeed geocraphy, Grant Lacy; 1st reader, Scott Lacy; 2nd reader, Rosa Carson; 3rd reader, Joejib 1 you-Let- s Suai ! J -- paiI . thr ,;.u 'T 1 - ; - 1 Ofwllf' T ri - th radT, Marv Lh v.; Bisb-- p; ;4 James Birctllvld who was shot! . The Episcopal church nt'Mt. primary arithmetic, 11 I. iiR is now much bet- -' Sterlintr has reeivpd an amount onn time asio. Grant, elementary arithmetic, . equal to .$750 in full settlement of ter. The ball hr.s boen reniovec r rnmmar a claim sgsinsi the government for uid there is hopes of hisirycovery. physiology, Lacy; U. S. Frozen Greek cor. damages sustained to the property history, Grant Lacy. during the civil war. The money J. Z. Haney, teacher. will le spent for improvements. of Tnzwellj William Nurten, ML Sterling Gazette: As and Lizzie Clay pole, (ry Thomug Jeturuilg ,r.jm General Funston Dead of Blackwater, are visiuug n. v this place tohi3 hnni3 below North Middletown. Ir.st Friday, and when Majjr General Fredrick Funs Childursand family this week comm;tnder of the Southern Mustown cor. ton, near home, he was halted by two Depirtmwit of the United ,MHte. convict?, who had escaped from the w,,,, H. Lawsou is saidto hethe!canip uear by and who dempuded army nnd ono of the lending lis;nr-- j es i.. th country's military his-- .greatest Republiyan politician in his clothes and monpy. He agreed Maytown cor. to iv since the capture of Asjuinal-- . E istern Kentucky. CumuY wiif, their nouest. told commanding a Kansas1 do while them he sympathized with them. vol untir regiment in tho Philli- Jordan Wills has bought a large ami aSked them to have r drink indigestion at j fann bell and I believe he is the w;tb him. He handed them a bot- pine?. did of acute a San Antcnio. Texas, hotel Mou happiest mtii I ever saw. May- - te an(j while they were drinking He collapsed soon af- - town cor. he quietly drew his pistol and ,Hy night. and did Ur f'iung with Well?, who marched them back to cimp and John P. aud Albert not regain consciousness before went West several weeks ago re- - received the reward for their his death a few minutes afterwards. to this place last week and tnre. The convicts are at work on Gn. Funston had been in his say they are convinced that the the Winchester and Pretty Rut. .fhe all day v.ith no sign of. ill state of Republicans and cyclones j Turnpike, ? lie was 51 yeara old. . I i G-a- nt at Ilen-county.V- a,, j j 1 ; fn-snd- cap-turn- ed hlth, is,- THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD TOE HERALD. Published Every Thursday at Hazel Green, Ky. Official Paper of Wolfe County. Ohio and kentucky Railway. M. E.. CONLEr, Kecelvcr. No. 16. SOUTH STATIONS Oct. 31. 1915. BOUND Xo 17 Daily A. M. Townsend and Nelson Bush; On the East bv tbe lands ot J. lay- 7 iO JAMES I. HOLLON. Editor. Licking Kiver ... .. KC .Xaip, ot tbe woite. or Davr 7 52 JUf nd Urder ot Index . on the W st by the lands of P. S. 1 50 S 00 SuWcriptioa Pric, One Dollar a Year. Maloe bUS" Wden Bush ana li. it unap 03 s(y1m1 2 Caaev,....,,.......... S 17 1017 HVrm in th thnrP man, containing 1S acres, more or 2 12 Cannel City S 22 will on the Z 31 less. $ 42 matter Septcra Heler-hawEntered zs second-cli- s 2 37 5th Day of March, 1917, S 4S If gas only is found in sufficient e at Hazel Le City- ber 6, lD16r jit the 3 01 parties o 9 1G Green, Kentucky , under the Act of March Wilhkrst it being a regular term of the Wolfe quantities to" market, then the product 3 35 0 45 O. &. K. Junction... County Court, between the hours of I the first part to receive for 3, 1S79. JaekMMt . so sind 4 o'clock r- m . at the front door of of each and vrv well the courthouse in the town or campton marketed of the leased premises to ue NORTH BOUND $1.00 1 Year in Advance. Ky., sell at public outcry to the highest paid quarterly in ad vance.$ bidder for cash in hand the fol- - and also freegas for one dwelling upon Xo.lS No. 20 No. 16 and best la'jd. for heatiug Dailr Daily Daily lowing lease which is in words and fig the above described stations and lisbtinc nurootcs. r.M. A.M. ures as follows: wi'.M. . To have and to hold said premises as . ...... Jackson the re- - iou , i3 produced thereon ii consideration of s 0j Qr O. A K. Jh notion? 11 SO J ceipr of which is hereby acknowledged, or lbe rental therein. Wilfaarst 11 tW ?i Courtney lownseud, Emma Lee Towns- if u0 weU produciug oil or gs on $? Lee Citv 11 S$ llson, the above ,je,ruW premises within end, DuMh Townsend, Gladdis Uelechavra U 34 Clara Cannel City vears from this date renders thb ti 10 6 lo 6 SO Jesse Lanter, Charles Forchie, Tou-i.storcbie, James Townsend, Ruth agreement void. I t 55 Canev ... 12 15 end, by Jeie L Horton, Jtaster Com7 12 Malouc 12 32 ) The partv of lhe sccond part, agrees I fHURSDAT, hidex 12 30 ' 20 uusiiouer of the W olfe Circuit Cours, of to compiele 3x weU up,m the above 7 50 Licking Rtver the first part hereby graut, demise and named laud within 12 50 .years from the , let unto the party of the second part all jate of tui3 aiTrwn,eut,or pav anuually the oil and gas found in and uuder the thereafter theum of $ to be' following described premises, together auvanoc- .,,-tarir.ALLEST. Hh the riiiht to ;ntea thereon at all due under the monov-iinifiur- r l, ii. tr uruung auu op-111 it. LUIS J&iiUOUIJlitjars tue UUIIUUIICUIIIUIIUUI limes iituuuiu I' erattngwr metopurosctelephone wire and1 terms of this grant ma ,te pa.u. to...... and erect ot Lamptoii, tor the democratic nomination fnr Hnnn- . . ....or deposited to their credit m Allen, Uies aud mainUin ftll build. tV AttomeV Of tlllS COUnty, Subject to the August Primary, ins, ai d structures, and the exclusive tbetarmersaudlrader baukof Camp- lOll, XV . 1 COT TJn. rirht Inl-ivl- l 17 imw 11 tnm snd 1r i M-iur.-a.iu-a uaa 7uuui ui T e Ti C? Thcpartiesof the first part hereto , hi nvl ti.m obtilllied the rudiments Of hlS education III the public SChOOlS ' ,nrt-xtnnf nil n,,d r tnt-pf,m expressively wane any ri-- ht whatever e tiereaiter and at the age of fifteen entered the Hazel Green AcadeillV. thessid premise: exceptinc and reserv- - u,ei m?y nave or may ueiitruw iu navuv 10 rue e.3 than uuucl iujs uarties trr r n tLli me.j.however, nrstn,,rt nf iUnot nmHnw homestead icaseexemption laws of the and attended :th at school during the winters of lJUi-O-or ,i nil llHA.;ii, .Liniiarv 1907 hf mntricnlntpd in "Rerea formal, and irradu-- i nd wivpd fmm sid nrpmi? m h d. State of Kentucky the second atol with high honors from said institution in Juno, 1909. r.M. l SO I 42 pwt-officI -; I ! ! j i No. 19 Daily oil produced and saved from said premises, to be delivered in pipe lines, by the second party, namely. AH that certain part or lot of land WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT. in the Fourth Precinct, in the Couuty of Wolfe and State of Kentucky, bound-- ; ed aud described as follows, Fieiden Townsend. etc. Plaintiffs, On tbe North by the lauds of ! Judgment vs. Townsend ht irs: E. 11. Fuller, etc , Defendants, On the South bv tbe lands of Jesse Notice of Sale. I ! to-wi- AUCTION! SATURDAY, MARCH Ai fL UUl ; 3, 1917, cfnrf O.L J eFlChO- - OH6 ITlllC SOU til Ol Ezel, we will offer our entire stock or GENERAL MERCHANDISE t LEEBERN ?n Xi-Ul- tt t ut i.lx.,.. ii, a r u n O. T 1910 and activelv entered run an uiacttltierv ior operatiug iue All that certain lot of laud situated u.a M;:iaa UCin-lUsaiisnea wmi nib it-- in the 4th Precinct County- - of Wolfe, Uponilie praciice Oliaw ot b7 second p j Hill cijuiijiiicu nic euicitu unc iJii7 oi:iiuui iic outiv kj in tusii liini tn rmtn iitnll ht in January. 1911, and graduated in June 1912. having done; On sthe North by tbe lands of Jesse Anv i i fui jv mid 11 ii i x? nn wen. nas ioeen oince tnat time aouoie worK And it is further agreed that upon u a uuii.m;iuua iiiiuic tt tut v uncivil uiu . tiiui iiiij viunu """"w "'i the pavment of l 0' the lessee mav at He was admitted to the bar June 7, t HV : i ioinhmota Dry Goods, Notions, Underwear, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, General line of Shoes and Rubber Footwear, nice line of Fresh o- ' : Ton-nsen- ! siderable practice in neighboring counties. His rise in the On li i. .i m 1Man .upuL A1ul nliAimm;nAl r1.m u. i.c.uu.a wu.uunuuu.iuv bent of his mind to law, his studious habits and dint of en- - P.Q - aQy u,ne remove ail his property and reconvey the on nnses hereby gran tet which couvevance said lessors agree to 25 lhe the lands r(? fst accept, and 'thereupon this instrument . . .w , ... . : : l ,i 1. l hall become null aud void, aud the cru ituui amuitiUM. JLt;rvUU7fi! uu uuiiiicici iuiu 7urwivs uu ,;,r .onlv i found in sufficient auan payments wnicn suau nave oe-- n m:un If cas market then the party of the d anger. has emploved in everv murder case in held bv tha ,es.0I a- - lhe fnli .ipil. to.rewiv.1 "Rr kind- - f,fst ?rt ,s, everv wen for lhe.prorci lated damans for the" uon fulfillmen nnn ...... ndmissinn rn fionntv . A so marseieu mi oi eacu aim fore1z.:n .ontrie aild able Services when emploved.he has of the lea?ed premises, to be paid quar- llCSS, between the nartie uu fAfl,,..!;.. i ' the tsst L. the - Unda of J. laylor u bjen He this rxanrt his thohnr j fair treatment It unood hV' aantlei .w1 agreement that ail conditions made for himself a name as a lawyer second to none in this ttn f,?,r 10 Nothing reserved. We mean everything. Sale will section, End he has a host of clients who will gladly com-tipremises a.. .and 10 as an able,' successtul law-ea student of law ,10 naveoil or cas n.0,aproduced thereon: and . c mend lnm As J" 9:30 a, m. You will certainly miss some lone as is gin promptly In witness whereof the parties of the he has few equals, being an adept 111 finding law 111 point or he retal paid thereon. with his case and forceful and convincing in his manner of n no well is producing oil or gas on bargains if you do not attend this sale. J years premises within He has met m the legal forum able and ex- the abovedate of this agreement renders have hereunto set their hands. presenting it. from the No bid shall be received for less than perienced lawyers and measured steel with them in a man- this agreement void. Party of the psrt of the oil and oue bunpart aerees to complete a well on dred dollars for each and everv cas well ner that demonstrated that he was 'made of the material from which great lawyers are made. He has shown in the law BILL CHILDERS, Auctioneer. JZe. I." "r - 'd the same qualities of grit, grace and gumption which char-- : annuaiiv thereaiter theu. of rw. quarterly act erized him when working on the farm, punching oxen in nwMti?a be paid completed. in ai- thi. .... y.h dav nf Februarv. ,UI7. J. L. liOKTXN. the log woods and doing other hard works to obtain his edu-- Al' ,!e aiiiBV due under this Daysboro, wero visiting Kev. HarMsster Conimiseioner W. C. C. now bov at his houst. Dor?ey was the May torru of court. cation, always hopeful, lull of eilergv aud ambition. lease may be paid direct to the guardian lan Murphy and wife last week. k'S1to tht Whv is it the farmers do not get Prti.s While Stephen Sample was County Attornev young Al- - l o ,lheofrfi?1 cuurxlians""Pf' Farmer- . th credit in the E. O. Garr. aud scu, El wood, of; Pearl Cram was tho gtffest of a move? If nil would clean out len visited thecourts ot Justices Otthe Peace in the various mnd Trsdw Rnt .f pton, Ky. Notice of Sale. the sprouts and brier patches, sow Ezel were here on business last Wills Wednesday. v when Sample could not be present and Tue patties of the fiist partherei ex Ruh parts of the count v have crass and work their firms to the week. prosecuted penal cases in said courts. He did the same nd e 1' 1U WO LF E CIKCU T CO U RT. ii 3 T7i.wJu TAtt " " ohihirim. i xie it would sive them Eddio McGuire, of Omer, is very thing during the incumbency ot lerrv Stamper to the benetrts of the Homestead or Ex ff Pn.prf.vion. visited her father, an advantage ,.ver thb high prices; iow ,vith measie5. C. AllenI. His work in the prosecution bf violators emptioti laws of the State of Kentucky. aud It. Blonde Dr. S. G. Spradling and family at Hm,rv Vnld PlnintiftV u ue of the law when he acting as prosecutor was always efficient this place for a few days last woeK. uastfis inai n wouiu creiuu Va. lUUUiltttem. mand for labor to the exteut that and sitisfactory to said officials and those interested in tho machinery in operating the weUson thu la Chunpbell, etc, Diejfendants. and wife were the farm labor would advance and II. S. prosecutions and a check and menace to the lawless and tin- - Iestse ?ro" adjinis fafms "penned by VALERIA quests of Dr. S. G. Sprad'ing and stop rush to manufacturing cenwieldly, lie has never been recreant to a trust or dislayal crops by reason cf laying or removing tjy VIRTUE OR JUDGMENTS ono day )ast week. ' T r. i i t.i & n1 Xr&uS, flZl' Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Wagon Material, and, in fact, everything found in a general store. Each article will be sold sepa-rate and will go to the highest bidder regard less of price. beat j iuhvfSl' - ! sec-an- d one-eight- ! il36 j NIGEELL BROS. ! !Lra-u- j i ! - -- i i ; j ; lea.-- : ' I I I " LTi-ee- n ; i ot$i tJlSl" pipe-line. 11 - j i 1 tQ N-- ff Black Bediming at a forked water birch ; standing on the banks of Red river nt BAILEY'S PLEA EOR PEACE. vre"- the corner of iht Do.ver line and a " Witness mv hand a Master Commis- cross fence to the State R.ad, crossing Congressman Bailey, of Pennsylvania, makes the i sioner aforesa d, this SHb, dav of Febru same to a svcamic: thence east with LABDSAW NOTES the road and fence to near the gravt ar 1917. i appeal in his paper, the Johnstown Democrat: J. L. Hortox, M. O. W. C- - 'yard; thence up the point with the .1. II fence to the top of the ridge to seems to me the high and solemn duty of every Phillips' line; thence with his Hue to E. T. Kash visited his family at America n citizen to speak soberly and without passion at the iftate llnad at Lucinda Oakley'., the last cf the week. line; thence with her line 10 Red river, Hazel of this critical juncture. What little influence I may have is! thence up Red river to the beginning, Born to tho wife bf John Dalton acres, more or les tontaining fifty-onbeing exerted in behalf of keeping the peace. I do not want j Exceptins therefrom the crave yard. on tne iin a strt. WOLfE CIRCUIT COURT. war. The President does not want it He is hoping as and a risht of wav into and from same. spent j : s bail bf fully paid. ters. Something wrong someand Order of Sate of the Wolfe j iaai iiv to a friend. It has been customavv in the wast to crive vounw-PtM, 0ill.y and u.Sht,r, where whan wo see a good, rich men are qualified and deserving the office of County At M. jMaggK, aud Mrs. Claude Loviy farm lt grown up in fltlli, and the tornev tor at least one term. Xo better qualified nor deserv-- ' remove ail his property and reconvey will on the u,e pre,m?e5 V?rey ?ranle,j' wn,cl1 t. ing young man could aspire for the place, and we ask at the conveyance will leva m a few days for Middle cwner buy ing his corn and h mv nr haphh ton to said lessors asiree town, Ohio where thjy will join Chauga this and keep labor at hands of the democratic voters ot the county a careful con accent and thereupon this instrument p,,i. (..rt f?v htu-PAuou. home. sideratioil of his claims for the office. As :i domoerat his veto. shall become null and void and the i ay- - the housrs ..0f t ;u,j 4 o'clock' p. m., at' thetr husbands r li i n.fin iL.. munti . ' 'liti ji t W imiir rnrtiir cirtr; ut li-iAtm. h win" it ucmuciiti..... ... ....... - ua .1 iv lith ihMll -htvtl,P von stiniil,.t nt .intiriiiir. .7. nil r tit .V. r .1.. " " :.. .1.1:..- ' kahi. . i : f.,11 "7 uivuiisii. f von ?ae nv otie wittt a suit ulu "uuuuisMut hv uuiu n inJnr Ciple aild always found ill the thickest and hottest of the damaes for uoa fulfillment of the fore. o outcry to the hibest aud belt bidder, ca5B don't ak tim whr thy; j PEKIN ". . on a credit ot six m.mms, a ngtu, supporting aemocrauc nominees ana uemucnttie prm- . " ' t k tham wjat , lIltr0dUCtl01M Cleave him It is unaeistood between the parties fact or pa eel of laud, Iviusr and beins: Ul OiplCi. With till t3 the tender to thi4 acreemet that all conditions be- - In Woiie mntr. Kentuekv. and oD'nre com- - to do after th-- v g to J. B Fugstte and Leonard Mays mercies of a just and appreciative democracy. nereunto snaii extena the waters ot ld river, ana aescnoea tween tne re attending court at M. Sterling. iu as loiiowai iu men iitnacj.ci;uiuij iiuuaMitu?. : u-h- o JJ.& S..M j 1 11 1 111 1 pa-lies ! ! Willie Swango na3 been very : n 1 1 - .i-i i ii .i 111 T I i I -- bid to be received for less than oneeiuhtof the oil orSlOO.OO for each ga Es. "It . Notice Sale. G-e- en e AUlOs UOinua) Tho mm.linMr will wniiirI am hoping and as the country is hoping, that Germany may bond with approved security, for tht- fuudav hero. Rodney Busn, etc, Plaiutitrs, not pursue a course which shall bring on a conflict purchase ptice, with a hen retained on . Junsrement said land, to eeure th payment and Leonard a::d Beckham Gombs i. . ttii is ito uu rcutcttcu Miab uiu jiuijuua aic appealing lO; H. vs tt Fuller, etc, Defendiants. iuleresl' from date of sae un j Camp- j ftrG hauling oil pipe from n5fnl the mob spirit, and are branding as traitors all Americans' hand as Masur v.om i ton. Given undarj-m.. . of the Wolfe CSreuit Cutrt,f . Jio are not joining in their clamor for war. If we have war j J Y VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT muiontr I Mry Whitman is ver ate itn JD and Order of Sale, of the Wolfe this the Wh dav of Fbiuarv, 1SM7. lnfiiclnn-.-nnfii- f lintmn rmr VfM'V nVll. not iHlC f llrlt J. I , Kobtox, week. Master Commisiioner W. C. C. some other nation for its own purposes,and in which we have ivut, term, iu the above styled case, "i s wing grass seed is the order ot no concern except as involuntary and incidental suflerers a- - syin 0,1 the the dav. At last the, farmers are 5th DAY OF MARCH, 1917, Ernrv ininn- - of w;, long w.t'.i other beginning lo realize the necessity HAYTOWB have complained has been incidental and not deliberate and in S bei?s Xhe reSK!fr termtof ,the w?,ff of diii2 this. County of . at be ftont door tentional. Xo count rv now at war is our cnemv. All of the aud 4 'clock 0. K. Kash sold a cow each to of the courthouse in the town of Camp- Th re is much sickness around .,. , , ... , , sen .at puuuc outcrv to the hora ut uuu- . ut -uiuiii uas too, iv., wuiviumc . "nm win, iiiv.iiiiciiip. Gaorce Rose aud Carl Brewer last ... . . .. F 'i nicoestaim uest Jl f t hoilirllt it tloimr US Harm Ot SL't mirnnso hnw hpnn iMnu, .t fli r oiauer, wrtr chsh in lriGer,f,y ,nd we cr, naicu is 1 f t Fridavfor Owen Lawsuu ..1.- - K...-.i. .l uvuiusi; uiusc iuiu iuu minium nine t.:. US ill words and iuiroiiiS folio ws: figures as nib iuiu uun dollars. striking at the enrmy. .Not one blow has been aimed at us. Iti the consideration cf the sum of MiddletowtijrQhto. Risner, A Mr Nickel! and Mr. , the receipt of which is "J. have done what I could in mv paper and otherwise $. Delia Linkous was the get nf a , herebv ackuowledced, Addie ijusn. x i i ir. i i. of Morgan county weighed un io counsel ucuueraiioii, lo uiscuurage reCKlCSS ana irre&pon- - Tom Bush, Clifl Bush, Martha Bush Kuin Mt Is one dav last week. Saturday ' iV l.nnnh of boss here iihli" fillfhr:lks nf frflino". in invoke inlmnr krAi- rlnw-f Samh Childers. Doct Chetr Phnrlpv Alvts Day ana Lella on Holly u 1..-- I ! tiiL-iv- e j - , 1 1 -- j " . j ts. xv- ill but is rep .rted to be better. S'ephen and Ruby Murphy spent Saturday night with Lloyd and Elizabeth Swaugc. Lula Murphy was the guest of Ethel Canuoy oue night la3t week. Shelby Canuoy left for Mt. Sterling court Wednesday w;th a nice bunch of cattle. this wetk. Shil .h Swaugo had a severe spell K. B. McGuire visited his broth- of headache Sunday. er, S. K xcGcire, of Twliver, SatJohn Lawson lougbt two calves urday and Sunday. of Sid Centers price $55. A. B. ilnie and wife and daughMabel Murphy had thw earache ter?, Edna and Josephine spent last Saturday night. Sundav with Sol Little ami wife past here with a L!o?d aud EtfceI Mnrphy .pent J. CO-bor- n Suneay with Lula Murphy, new plow, we snpp&se ho is preLagrippo seems to b the order paring to farm somft. of the day in this country. Mrs. S. H. Combs who has been B. T. Helton is confined to hi3 in a critical condition for some bed with lagrippe. tim is slowry improving. Mrs. Rsy Kash. who has- toeti; Waiter Henry and wife aud little son. Mfexwell, visited J. B Fu- - coi fined to hT bed lor thd past two weeks is some better at this gate andwifo this week. writing. Arthur Hilt-- and wife, of Mt. Jf?1 Sterling, are visiting. J. C. Lane Burns Kash is uo bett. and wife, of Pine Grove, Willie Swanc i3 cosfiued to his m-a- - : . 1 P- - n1-- j ; : , A , 1 1 1 1 1 3 .1- - 1 Ralelglii McGuire ami Doyle atteuned c urt at Mt. Sterthis weok. ling Minnie and Pauline Gibh?, of Grassy creek spsnt Saturday aud Sunday with their Willis Gipson and wife. Mc-Glu- re bed with grippe. Dewey Littlft ceiled- on his best girl near Valeria Sunday afternoon. - Gra:e Kash has been very ill with lagrtppe, bat is up again. Percy Kash went over to Jaraea j thev nad bousht . cents per pound. Davinf ' tending school at Hazel Green j OT'u v t hustle and take, imply the breaking of your neighbor s head or the destruct- - of the farst f part, oll S!rcuit Hllu spent la st week with their parents! lht srrant, 1 0f the high price?? H0U Herslm!! spent Saturday night dvant Wick Land rum, near Salphwr, on ot his property. i1 can think of a patriotism which striv- - mise and ict mto ..... chool had cioed on aocouut) ;. T IT MGim mid wif. uu pnn, u ueuu aim gas iounu has bought him a gasoline rail), es to Keep peace, wmcn maKes ior gooti win ana w good under- Bill nouou, W. II. Tuckstt, 1n iu and standing, which relegates the big stick to tue savagery to preraisunder the following described Fdnnie McGuire spsnt Saturdav and pat it out at tha Mann& nT.iUfiftJd Sam Rose, Iasc -k tosether with the nEht t LUa Biubs who is attending the, rn ip which it belongs and which appeals to the higher sentiments enter thereou at all times, for the pur Kash 0f this nud Sundav .rith M. G. To! iver place below Sulphar. BIco Ribbon. aml w.fo M of mankind. 1 am not of those who have been doing their pose of tdn ,ins an? PeUu?' and. o H. G. A. visited her cousin, Delia T kott ftU1 Placo Js xvecK called to utmost to drive tins country into the European shambles. iineV, and all building and strnVtJreV; M,iS0US oakdalc, speace of Harlau Ward and wife, of Lee have felt it to be my highest duty as an American citizen aQd the pxciusiw right to lay all pipe, Little Nancy Samule is confined Cnmptou la- -t Wednesday as City were visiting their parents, J. as a member of congress to use every power at my com-- : pucUon and SUBSCRIBE FOR THB :BB!U. SSS fof i tQ room with chicken px. desw5 ln a it between Mih s Ho- G. Ward and wife Sunday. McQuinu over a lland to keep us out of entangling alliances Ulltl 011 a footinsand gas tal-e- from said premises, ex . wa here 5Hll- - Ion and James Arthur Taulbee and wifo, of IALDN0W! Ihefday .nVwSling ua he had Ahorse trade; it was continued until Of amity with all the nations Of the earth- wvi... Il Iia noeemns- .mu.iW liil, frt .vu-- rt mf.il- ...u. ua-iiwuM- l,l.''l,.. .wi s - n Richie. Chester, Frannci Chester, Augborn iir Chester, .Wallice Chester and Strah William Sample who have beeD at- - ; h- - i : McNib1) and wife, of Tol- - Cuibertson.4; this 'niorniug to get were A. i l Oliver his hair cut. Percy never forgets iver, aud wife, of Mise, Sunday. to call on his best girl every San-da- y afternocn near Falling Water. Mrs! R. M. McGuire and little J. B. vi-iti- ug : t- I . ; uj wit-an- , j : I d - feS THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 5 THE HERALD, LOCAL NEWS. H. W. Vest, of Omer' was -- nr. the ; tfyif ii . j : Mrs. Nickel has been on the sick . .. . . Amone those who navo grippe Meat and Lard ,. 20 r. voriez iii iv was a uubiue&s visit- list for a week or two and we are are Mrs. Ida Nickell, Ottis Mnf-- , cKSJ" or at Campton Saturday. Troon Mrs. J T ?"Sar glad to note that she is improving. !..i. tr irSK to 9 " Ida Gibb3 was the guest of Zulla ,," mu1 Oysters By jon a hat for 75 cents at Ralph Cable was a visitor in 10 " n- -. Ruilding UUUUHi" lUOliey, O. iv. r.i...; Paper .V.""V.V.V"63 to 75 Fallen and Lula Elkius Saturday Sirtufo Bros. Whole tram head rice 10 ..... town Sunday night. He resides aud Sttuday J. I. Goad, of Winchester, was Coflee, loose roast IS 25 Oats&Post 7oaties 3 iur 5 at uampion, ana nis ousmess nerei Andy Lindon has been seriously here on business Monday. Bread one day old is tco old for Chipped Beef and Peanut butter 10 frpr. enmo hncTrrv rnttoJro' WflS oweet and Sour Pickles SWANGO BjtOS. fp. of Bounv. war M to Mil. io j ill but is reported some better, Snow King Baking Powders 10 25 from .John II. Rose. Naptlm Washing Powders Monday. a for 2.1 " : Corn and Juann Rose wore shoo in town on business Fruits at gwango Bros. aii aoaps, o lor ,. o w zn.u i.rne 1 ; ! '. juiut utlv !i . cooooooooooooooooooeofxoo li FZELWOTES MARKET PRICES - 14UU UUUUUVs JOHN W. DEAN, General Contractor and Builder JACKSON, KENTUCKY. T,C a specialty of nice cement walks and if you need any work of that kind Write to me. Will and according to contract. I have been in the contracting busine for years and am prepared and know how to dot your stone and cement work properly. Isakt t .:,,o i -- furnish bond that my work will be satisfactory in town Sunday. prii Marion and Georae Vaughn, of cellars, was surpriseil him at tmi breakfast me 5lllC0 by slipping under his plate a Lexington, spent Tuesday with G. table hospital Corn. watch charm with a! W.Carson Kaut. F. M. Phillips, of near Mize, was masonic emblem engraved on it of Korea, was iui Van CampTiTo Roy Wells, Jeff Rose and vif- - spnt Sunday unit vuiurcu in our midst Sunday. He wants another auniversary. town on business Tuesday. a iukcu iiuuunv with C. S. Sample and family. " XT iiiuiuui,un,Wi 1 M TT f 1,1 - our c,y -- yy. - . e IZZIZZ'ZZIZ:: ! 11 15 a i j ueans GertruJe Halo, who 10 I' E, Smith was called Friday Willie Le Havens, of near Mize Uorax ..!."..!"..'. 10 James is on the was seen in town six days this to the bed side of hi3 aunt, Mrs A. visiting home folks on Grassy for Silt Herrin !V.V."".T 10 Dates, Kaisins--- Kigs, Mince meat and" Joll-- o sick list this week. Lagrippe week. Can it be that he is look-- ! P. Dye, who is soriously ill at the the past two weeks returned Tues- Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Candies and seems to have been a rather fre- ing for a new location. We know home of her daught-- r, M rs. Cleve-no- day and is back at her old stand takes. Flonr seems to be on tlD decline. Eggs quent visitor at her home most of land Mann, of Dan. Ho returned in Yocum's store. are off some, llugar is settled. Meat and the winter. Victor McGuirn, of Bonny, was lard are firm. Blair McLin, of Paint Lick, was Mr?. Colonel Bush has been in town Tuesday. Wiley Arnett and wife, of Sal-- herfi mi,,g!ig with friel1 is tho- suTeriS for several di.ys with a Leonard Ilalsoy, who htsHjeen yeraville, are visittxtgMrs. Arnett'ejjrel ntives this week. He of his brother R. J. McLin f el mi on her thumb. wcrk'iig at Middletown forrsomo ! grandmother, Mrs Eliza Mcvabb Bill Hollon sold to Jack Ilollo'n time returned home last week. ! He Dan Nickell, of nar Mize, was Bent They came Wednesday afternoon j has; been Banner lye Macaronir- - io General fPswie HAZEL GREEN, & School Claims Pioflea KENTUCKY. Designated Mrs. Angeline , t. i State, County A ror. Heaiiarttrs SPEC1ATY. School Books of AU Kiaii. - 1 jg"t j j and will return home Friday. o My Motto Qaiick Sales and Small Profits. Capital & Surplus, $300,000. j visit on Wednesday pnd Mrs. Ci urli:. y Ci mbp, nee Ro- j Deposits Over Half a Million, j came down Wednesday to left some of the stuff that makes visit their son. E. A. Arnett and the maaogo to heln make the Her- - wena Kus'J ho 1,as been vis,t'nS f j Y0DR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. " her mother, Mrs. Lula D. Kash family, also Mrs. MCNabb, Mrs. ald ao CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. seven cat-- 1 j Kelly Miuphy bought and other relatives at Hnzei Green mother. e 0I" Rl Davis which will finish JamisLinkous has bren very for t j,0 j.jg nioiths started j N. H. WITHERSP00N, - President. very sick for some time with 1112a e for iier home at Tulsa, Okla., on a '0-to ship to Cincinnati. W. R. SPHAR Cashier. I Mcxabb's condiUncle William les. A. T. McGuire, of Omer, was Thursday. She wont by Nay cf improved and little tion is not where she will spend here on businesi last week. Mrs W. C. Ilnmikon, of Mt.'GanHt hope is entertained for his recovery $100 Reward, $100 J. F. Walters has just closed a Tho readers ot this paper will be his extreme old age. Sterling, camo in Tuesday night Thursday nit,'ht with Mr. and Mrs. on account of there is at to be with Mrs. Nannie Kash for a A.T. Combs, hr husband's mother two weeks' singing school at Pine pleased to learn that that science least one dreaded disease has been able to cure in all its stages and ' few davs iand father O.i Friday she will Grove. r Tr . Is catarrh. Catarrh beincr creatls' ' ' 'go to Stint n and spend a nisht Mrs. Rplllah ArnPtt is visiting' that influenced by constitutional J conditions in Wednesday, stayed over night: Mrs. Alvin Oldfiold, of Davsboro, constitutional treatment. na. v - T cfmv.irf rwfti hnr mnHior Mrs T. TT Mnrnhv requires Medicine is taken InternallyHall's oiowan, .. 1.: i and Catarrh lit. c:ii mil nitn uia uiuiutti auu irj. iu otui- - SpPnt Wednesday witn nor motner. Ckumna Lie On Fridav she will acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur-fneps nf thfl Svstpm thprphv riestrnvlnsr tliiz water, aim u.xpeuis tJ ititurn to ;Mrs. i50m L,ong, Ot our town tne foundation of the disease, glvins the Start for Tulsa 1V WHY of Cincill-- I the conr- Jackson Friday. Ham Patrick and a Mr. Owens panem strength by bmm ng up doing itsstitmion nna assisting nature in Mrs, Hal Smith, Of RaveiMia, IS natl. -m ' uiruij in&&eoo(iMv; the guest of Mrs Harlan Wilson! Everyone in Ilnznl Green, in rrom "Sc they offer OneCatarrh "Rebel" John Cox, of Toliver, land makincr arr.inccmf-nt" are; at Hiram Patrick's Tl,.. ,.nrn u" Hundred Medicineforthat case that it fall3 any lirJ Dollars to rent fact, all who know llowenua. to cure. Send for list of testimonials. was a business visitor in Hazel hor houso f(jr lhe Enmm(jr sorry to be from her, as their way to Ml, Sterling court. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Green on Wednesday. 6hQ s without doubt one of the . Bruce Tolson, the chicken, egg, Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. 73c. h rpnr.h. or Jnp.ks n. canifi Mfinnn The sweetest girls nmonS the .rag and rubber man spontThurs-!mn.down Monday to be with his grand- - fu,cest' Ilvecl lhjt Hazel day night at T. K. Murphy's. Mr. S. H Rose who has been a! Mrs. Leu Mapel. for a few D'tt".vGreen, and her charming manners The following from this piace WATCH and merchant of tho Stillwater bridge days j iriuu:y ijj&pasiuou i.ro nv.i i are attending court at Mt. Ster :l li.. j: JEWELRY luisns for 31 years and uade success in gam and Hazel Greon s loss business, was appointed postmaster ling this week: John Anderson, PINE RIDGE 1SS5. He wou'd hayej ! March 4th, Good Citizen Dead. . James Nickell, J. P. Motley and M. C, NIGKELLS ,O j TT O i served tne uniiea estates oi years Martin Lawson, ono of tho best Hiram Patrick. 11AZKL GUUEX, K the 4th of next March, during! It is sad, sad indeed, but ourj ud most highly respected of .the When you carry your mono in your pocket the tcmp- Steve Dennis and wife spcnttlast de- All Work Guaranteed these 31 years he has never had a friend G. W. Drake has been younger citizens of Stillwater, week with Mr?. T. K. Murphy? tutions and chances to spend it are very great. . Grcatei calling down. Ho resigned in Oc- - feated by his best girl. Ho left. passed away at his homo on the Grace 'Murphy who Jias "been than you think, for a few dollars here and there to borrowers tober last, as he felt like he had Mcmdny bright and 'early tor tho ft rowl1 j ihestoil- - visitincr frifinds nnrl rfln lives nf. served long enough. Ho says he oil field. L,. '4 FIRST NATIONAL BANK X and lor things you don't nml soon melt your money away; nch. lie was the s ,n of "f . M.!r.. Put our" monev in tho J3ank. It is safe there. feels like a bird out of a cog. 1 But the bost of ifc aM GrQev Law.on and about 30 ynnrs of :'g. tnrnad home Sntnr ,n v .iackso.v, kv. hunt-roleHe was marrisd and the father of .: U. S. Depository BANK WIT rr us. Victor. Nickell left Sunday for John Smith, colored, was pa-- and Smalho Gable have bcon nc pay 4 per ceni inrerest oa time deposits. Ivps in February and were two children. II had boen ill '. Coli .?2U,OUO Resources. from the penitentiary F. - i utS, Ohio. abi ut sb: months. iln was bnriad coming from tho direction n W solicit accounts of firms Mr. and Mrs Albert Fannin and ruary 9th through Richmond Hargis Commercial Bank Trust Company, vit the fiMni'v 'jmvovard lii St ill v of Gillmore, who has girenl Samp Tnylors. liltl ;on Marpel, of Dan, spent individuals and incorporavnttr Februnrv22. Jackson, Kent uck v. him a job on the farm John is f A b:g con,munion meeting tions. Saturday n'ght and Sunday with with tho now, placer 13. F. Davis an 4 pr cent paid oji all T ho(1 flt phj0 RiIg(J Slll)dny DrODOed Dead. wife. limn Deposits. Alt rLtinr(fiil o nioa Nov's has just reached us of Lh Elio McGuire visited relatives at rnfnf Steva and Thelma Kash, 'The Rank That Always time, aUo the choir was led by, sudden death of Howard Fulks, Ebon last week. of our next Gourty Jmlgi ono Al Lewis tho geat tenor sin-- ' who was working at a saw mill; Steve Dennis lft Sunday for TuKATs You Right." ? near i.euiei in uus couiry. rrom Middletown. Ohio. E. T. Kash have gut rid pf thej ger the meagre information wo could measles, They had it in a light) Glen Garr was the guest of A great mule trade was made! form. J ' between Jess Gilbert and J, J. !n heart nttadis and while work-- Brvan .Salyer hursdnv night. to Volney Henry and family spent Adams this week end both were ling one of Ihese spell? camo on BUSH HOSPITAL g N. Day, wh) has been well pleased. jhim and he just sank down and Sunday with Asa Nickel! and wif0 3 Mrs. F. 1? ONLY?) sick for two wocks past is just able died within a lew minutes made a bu iness IFOR SURGICAL CASES Luther Pieratt Bovd CreQMi was seen on his 3 PS' to be abou.t trip to IlHlrehewa, Leo City and gHUbJL 1 1 AL r EES UASHp--, '.vay to mill Saturday with a turn iothi-- r Wolfe county towns last g Dr. W. A. Bush, Proprietor g. ROGERS on his h rso and one cn his shou!- Roller Mill Running Again. der trying to make it as light on Gold weather has put tho farm-- j ijnUe as possible, Th3 J. T. Day R.ller Mills after Will Henry and wife down for several p or George Adams, nobody ever ers out of business and they are day with Mrs. Belle Arnett. having been shut m weeks for repairs is running again ,,rtorc , f illm tya M,nt, i,nvn takiMi 'wttms behind with thejr work. Martha D. nnis was the 2u-- st ( f and doing better work than ever. j H BrRwer mado a '6"essjKathrvin and A1I)l r,i0 Nickell vhh the g'romul hog3 I A. 11. MAT P IX cow milked wlnle trip to i homas iirewer s on Laurel And the A. B. Jb arrish, bank examiner, Saturday night JEWELER & OPTOMERT1ST was at the Hazel Green Bank Wed-- ! X ah Creech and Luther Adams Monday ami erected a tombstone JACKSON, KY. of D.m, was here Frank Craft, nesday and found the books O. K. hnld the poor cow by each horn, over his mother's grave, .vho died Eyes tested. Glasses Kitted. Son business Saturday. Boyd Creech milked her in an old a year ago. Watch Inspector L. & N. It. It, X Special attention to mail ojders. which had been Miles Bryant of Rogors hast Olney Kash spent buturday A young man named Byrd pass rlisy lucket nnd she itl tho wast;0 Lhro pneumonia, with Dr. A. Govington n'gbt with Ollive Ileny. . ed through town Thursday loaded of hnd l)tje dr3' for s,x week. so wj vaiuiig on him. M,s. T. F. Garr was the gueBt of with live stock, a coml ination start a dairy sooii "afore, which we had never csen Tho infant child of Wat Adams her dautur. j 1, . I I.I , tne iui, ana wab ou..ulo "- o5, vf.rv died u ...o ,nr, wt Louise. cocks. gukk:;. KENTUCKY. 17 buried Friday in theJAdams grave- You to ge- our Free Catalogs of yard near Torrent, w People's names and monksys Fruit and Shade Trees. Grnne Take Notice. bono Walters nas uoon V. R. Brewer sold to Jesse faces often ?en in public nlaces, Ha vine decided to make n Vines, bhrubs. Koses. Rhubarb. yorthless Bumbleljee, Vwnsend of Torrent 50 bushoh for the past week but is abie to bo: bnfc Mr change in my business engage-- Asparagus, Strawberries, Seed Po- Black Jack Butler Fly Brad- - Qf out again. ;meuts, I offer for sale my entile tatoes, etc. gnaw, Ullllh'"! ivr. "linn" , .into, , , . T i O tir is.. rrewur sum iu .i ...1J wjui- - hi. (Un2S in Jlazoi Ureen, Wllicn rWnrlnnfn w. r r Buzzard H of and lwuiuslwl lus . t . r 0,e , ,, for The folkwuR old o. , Imt wo know oUl , , ; de. of : i. T an AHnms Sun. tl,ic with a frriune nnro H'tWIa, I will pay this sum of any Watch or Clocfe which I B Oil me.i are very thick in this H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, ; can not put in g od running order. Aunt Jane Kash, Bill McNabb and dflV a;-repair business blacksmith . , . pnrrflBnniwience . 101 0f B- othe. "fc3hb,'rlloot, Rev. Jim Little. All are improv-19171 LEXINGTON. KY. which is well equipped to meet to1 than drsl,,l,S' I DO ALL KINDS OF WORK. , mg now. Ky . to say I tha,:k you very much Sas HarnnA I,U "11U U1" asKiiig lu ivnuji up i"'j colQ riuitiuii opuina T ...;n lor The puMic is cordially invited tt call and see mo when wi.i dron h,vo nw.n. w,k in need of exnrt watch or deck repairing. All work HURRY! HURRY! oud w, ei(her Aunt Lou Day on, day Bt bnrsaiii guaranteed Send by insure J parcel post. patch epraiued her ankle. She is v0 Ve ran compound your prescripjgo get in the hog a hog and let; Will Brewer's wife who has hoen seli all as a whole, or seperately, in its jn Middletown, 0., lias returned, as my test suit purchaser. tions accurately and scientifically and auxious to be out again helping eajfh cabbage get return to you by next mail. mouth and get out ot the wny.aud Bill will be here as scon as Shorty" in the kitcjien. An opportunity to Eecuro de- Wivn in need of drugs or druggists' JACKSON, KY. At Bridge. xiauuau. he gels tho wherewith to come on.. sirable property at a bargain is siu.srics. writd us. We will look after your wants promptly and at rcason-a- b . bo uooa uay. -, ii presented. So c price?. Masters Earl and jveratt .mmG. W. Hobbs, veterinarian. pass- - not very frequent E. A. Johnson and wife wre the bought of Geneva Brown her I would advise any one interested little sons of. Bruce Quillon,who residau about A complete line of lhrough here ThurS(lav the ler, the two bright guests of Kelly Nickell and tamily boundarv of timber and will Move Campton oied routo to Thoma3 Trread. to take advantage of this at once. Robt. Miller made their first visit three miles west of tho first of April His cinnih 61S1IQS PRESENTS !oi Grassy where Mrs. Johnson's atomill there by ties and lumber. Respectfully, trpat som0 sick sfcock. to a printing office on Thursday. 0n Thursday night. make it into Judo Ward has bet n He is mother Aunt John H. Rose, AND BOX CANDIES. They came to town to swap some WflS caused by tuberculosis. for tho winter. Aunt Judo had a Hazel Green, Ky some now ones at survived by two brothers, Frod and j W. T. Hobbs passod thru here We will appre?iatour tro yade. old dimes for Satur-- . on route to Campton to assist in i Beverly. Ho will be buried fall last week from which fcbe wag Mrs. A. J. Lindon, of Gilfftorci Unt Rein" Bob's sons, thoy t RIFFLE DRUG COMPANY sufferiug Wo now have telephone battergrnveyard filling the jttiy wheel as he is one homo his bgen vary low for a Uwtky , r naturally traders. They both day at tho old JACKSON KY. wmmn-muciuia i mB fbat ia sooio belter. tO OOGOmemo Wa5 nnoui- ov ..ccnrl it desire Hollon & Campbell lust wok i in town Monday seeing the sights. a fine milch cow for 50. Swastika. paid our Curtis Rose, of mizo, j waster Our Interests are Mutual My Prices are Right. Jeff D. Arnett and wife, of Hen-drink- s, office a Born, to the wife of Dorsey Murphy, a bn3', Clint Ferguson, of Grassy creek, transacted usiness in town ! WlXCHESTtK, KV. j ! I j ' Ar-not- t's u-- 0 j d j 1 1' j 1 1 , ... s ' ! " - j I I w ' . . I keeps it in the Bank wKere it is safe from fire or burglars or his own extravagance. man with money - 1 j j 1 j j r. d j 1 j -- Lit-ses- " & d 1 I i . : jj t j 1 If You Want MONEY WE HAVE IT 1 j ft ! j I spenUSun-j'-SSRSCiSs- ss I It You Have MONFV i j ' j ; j i ! ; j . .a, . 4 1 I MrJP. MC, duut-saay- 5 Wanted! - j ft ti m m m uazel JEWELRY WE WANT IT j 1 h 1 ... : t-- 11. ; ,1 m I ; - - ' - . . ' , ... lt JZ,JZ :n.:. , ,. . nj p . W. B. LARKINS, , t : 1 . : ' ft.: ' j ( - . !, ! THE HAZEL GREEN ;r- HERALD - K&v- Jaa. IS i eke it ;eit aniuruay RC3C3CJCJC3GaC3C3fl Fhipps spent Sunday fco fiil htoappointment at HaddixvU COHSOLATION CHATS W Spasi!seR9? Walter uere ne wm with his Uucie, bamuei Anderson, &ncle Menifee Haddix and wife l J. K. Anderson made a trip to Mis. Clay Ceil visited the home West Liberty, the first of the week, "ave a bad case ot lever out it is of T M L?Q Saturdav to to Middletown Ohio, Hugh Armstrong purchased aMl Mrs. 0. W. Cecil who has been W, An ideal School in an ideal town for Lula Bradley spent a tew days verv sick is reported better. house and lot cf J. N, AndersDn. U girls of Eastern Kentucky. TcjlKollo i 1. t. UK1 mnflior , Frances Prater was shopping in T.M. Lee's wife took sick last"; S ruu&eu. ' week town Thursday. with something like acute Tii STRICT DISCIPLINE. HIGH, CLEAN, HEALTHFUL LOCATION, j indigestion and is still confined to Fannie Liudou is very sick. OVERLOOKING HAZEL GREEN AND BEAUTIFUL Tulip. RED RIVER VALLEY. Lacy her room- Ida Gibus visited friends at Jonn lilankenship left Sunday Creek last week, LIGKING R1YER to visa friends in Montgomery. Steam heat, electric lights and tested cistern water to drink. Heme Lydia and Lizzie Little have la- -' Born to the wife of Tom 0s- comforts. Refined, cultured and Christian at&soepfcere. Speekl attenMost overyona in this neighbor grippe. borne on the 9th inst a boy. tion to good manners and social intercourse. University xd coHege hood have savere colds. trained teachers. S75.CO0 equipment. Piunary, commow school, Mf k family visited Rollie Cecil, of Grassy Creek,' Lee Fallen and Clay Cecil and wife took dinner is school, normal, musical, rnanuel training and domestie sciewce courses and was in this part last week selling relatives at Grassy Saturday Good board, room, baths, het and light, S2.00 per week. Tit:e, $1 J25 with D, B. Roso aud wife Sunday. fertilizer and telling the boys how Sunday. moath up to fifth grade ; $2 03 per month above fif tk grade. Spoia fill Bruce Byrd, of Demund, spent W; tuition rates by the term. Not run for profit, but for tke gd f wm- Saturday much corn they could raise if they Dr. Olivers. Francis Gibbs spent are housekeeping at ain boys and girls. Fall Term just started. Enter at any trate. UMcr Joe Fugett and Bryin Elam.i would use the famous "Boar's with her son, Hixie Gibbs and Sunday with T. M. Lee and family. Herald direction of Christian Women's Board of Misskms. The sck reported to The r Tr.. 1! .1.1 ..l f tr "tr who have been working in Middle-- j Head" brand. familv. For information write to last week are all improving nioely. M; town, umo, nave reiurueu uome Ma- - is visiting her brother, Oscar Ras Leonard Ward and wife who Lloyd Powers and wife of T. McGARTEY, Principal. Rev. Mrs. A. S. Lykios is reported to Mort Walton and wife, of this; have been in Middletown, Ohio, coffin county Harlan Childers and nick. Hazel Croon, Kentucky. be very ill. fl!. place, spent the week end with for some time were visiting the wife and R0lan Lindon and wife! Arlie and Flave Cecil attendee nnIt-..4... f. .1 ine oli onieueraio u'ulCia their fatber, Tom Walters, of letter's parents, James Hale and visited Mile Liudon aud family court at Mt. Sterling last week, " i , ,.-- . Tien-- ! QA t. i i i ueioiwMvu ihair nnnrterlv wire jast wees, mi iney leitior ineir. Sunday iickell. Ethel and Mrs, Flave Cecil at- sion cnecKs isbi, farm at Blackwater. Saturdav to JlflUUglOU Uictfoi, ui uiccbj, uas Arburv .Little moved to Adol; tended church at Hazel Green' . i ii.. j u: make their fulnre home. daughtir Byrd, who left for Tulsa, weekwithmeagles Bom to the wife of Denme Cot-- 1 J. Glann laulbea has been real Sunda' lsltors of H,xie Okl..horttimegoisnowem-,tie an eicht nound pirl Lucile M. Blevms spent the week aiul famiy were . R0ia Gibbs and si3k for the past two weeks. a teacher at a very hand- nloved as v. ' cuu n uu iuk,ca u.v lamuv. iur:. h arnces jeuina, auu Golden Bell Roberts' is viaitl;,R her Parets Jeney Gibbs and Jim Wilscn. Mrs. Lizzie Rose, of Lee City, C. Oliver and family moved! S. ' bepn visiting her father, Bev-- j Uncle Hollas Gibbs who had the from here last week back to theirj has I Justin rugate, wno nas oeen i misfortune of getting hi3 house I Lewis, the past wee, erly at Flat STILLWATER farm I , , tt ana- r. r, iiriam maae a . i ro. i .Illinois for some time returned uuiucmiiu r.n uuj w,, . i..t iau i. a. Jonu il wV.n fnr KPVPral vears other da,. mombered by EVeot for t M C LB Ult week he Grace Russell visited her parents business trip to SUcky Fork oUe oam rauou oougai, w i. cv.Cicu u uu. ui iasL weeK 'n 0. B, Linkous and wife Sunday. Rt this place wa here for several aaJ V rs. . nhn llV. crvii nnn nmr nf mnlaa fnr- iQOl WUAA. J lUUtCQ lUi l ". " I 't WinClieSter BllO "PIJq n nA TT.H llnvla nf FTntror AafB loef araot oninvir cr t hft 10K6S G. L. Rose and wife went to ' Married at the home of the bride, have bieu visiting relatives at this of his old time friend D. Evans. Campfon Saturday. IX THE Mary Lizzie DeHart to Breck Cashier James Drake made a! place. Jamas Linkous who has measles ' g AKY Rev, W. L. Gevedon conducted :lm vx' Rev' Sebe Nicke11 officiat- fi.; , business trip to Stanton and other is improv ug nicely. lu- - The bride w an acconiplish- religious services at this place point, west this week. -, On account of meas.es the Mary ed daughter of D, B. DeHart, our H. E. Tyra has been appointed c Taylor Hatton sold his stock of -- nnday niaht. merchant and mechanic, and tho news was not sent last week. P st Master here. vaaa rjiam speui, oaiuraay aua groom js ne youngest son of mercuauuise iu iuc wua uuu4a The most important item of in- V. C. Buchanan and wife mov- to H. ii. lyra, ot stiuwaier. Sunday with her brother, liascomb AudyAmyxand is a prosperous You are reading this one. terest is the affairs concerning the ed to Xewteu Hatton's place near young farmer. They left on the United States and Germany. This the old water miU lfl5fc week. A new oil company was organ-- ! Elam, of Flat Woods, ized here last wp.ek to be known asBlevins made a business evening train for Illinois where i3 a question of commou interest j. Lura Kash aud uttle son, Verthey will make their future home. Qf all. War U an awful thing but to Nickel! Tuesday. the J. C. Hurst Oil Co. trip Mr. Business Man: If your advertisement was printed Tinsa Tint Their many friends join iu wishing if it comes we should greet it with non, cf Hazel Green, are visiting Jno. T. Hiudmau, of Jackson, is here tho other fellow would bo reading it and you would them a long aud happy life. 0 a most hearty welcome as did our S. H. Rose and wife this week. here taking oil leases. Anna Rose was the guest of EsMrs. Jacob A. Heurv has return- - forefathers iu ancient days. We 19 nn ii i r.. Miss Martha Hatton, one of the led from Middletown, Ohio. Her bave bad many things to be thank-- i ther Lovelace Saturday evening. school faculty made a flying trip W. M. Xester, the coal digger, fal for daring this fifty two years Minnie Center who is attending home folks at Eddyville, started to Mt, Sterling this morn- - husband will ioin her the first of to visit March and they will go to house- - rei2n oi P9ace Jt as been a non school at Campton has had the fit n leaving Saturday, returning bu5iuess Wormier in tho mH hnnc.i nn tho orable and prosnerous ane for measles but was able to come day our nation being governed by wise Vol Nickell purchased of Mrs. hill nhnvo Mnth Woll'e home Saturday, Circuit court closed Saturday G g p worthy of the greatest honor, milk i Dannie May, who has been very men ,7, wopkB1 session ' Darley Fnlks, of Campton, is Avat after a p . v 5Q Let everybody study this national low wuh a complication of visiting Ethel Center. amountcf business was transacted. Hobart Haulsey spent Saturday, es' is reported to be some better at question ana nopu mat Mr. u ifeon The very bad "weather prevented Ella Miller came home Moudav tho peacemaker and financier , of NOTICE OF GAME WARDEN. ;.i,t ...... mifT.H Mnr . thh wntin. w .. . o m two mure iruui ucuit, " trom Camptcu with measles the past four years will look sat- - phy, j ,.r : a ... court in every way was a very Mrs. M. M, Wells has been visit- - inlo the niatters-anT?o,r.i; i j t Uluvl auu a: tnou u.r t v4iu v. trv to settle' XfwffM1 T?no hn rdnrud f mm isfactory one. 1D ner daughter, Mrs. E. H. Old- - on the rIght plau. upon all the hunt- Mrs. Joe Cecil is very sick at ne Gamo and Fish Department at Frankfort I call f n ,r judgments were given against this writiug fields, at Mize. ers and farmers of District No 2S composed of the counties of Elliott, the ack I .t., Qmn d Hobart Rose went to M Moorj the M. C. R R in two cases. ffiBf Morgan and WoKe to fecd and protrct song and insectivor- -'' wayne urymu as gneu juug- bunasy scnool is progressing uamptou baturday. nnfti. nd other ame t,;rds wbile the sround is covered rith snow cnn v;bua Mr . 1. i i. ii i ment for ?500 for personal inju- - is dangerously ill with pneumenia. Col tie Sunday. niutfjy ut iuuucii uuuei iub auci Silver Bll in ordei tlmt they uo die sf hunger and bpcome extinct. Go to the 'vision of WVL, Terrill as Bible ries received while riding as a pas- Mrs L. &. Murphy continues to edge of the woodland and clean small plots of ground and scatter Trono ! litflo finncrhtor nf 7?riA " i seugei: over paid road.. u u. m m class teacaer, iirs. ur . t ..erriu bo very p00rly. .oftm whnt , bran, oats or nnv small srain. I urge this as a moral . l tri i i i I jjjugniBwuojiaaufcu pneumonia is teache, of nhe card class, Rf- - X judgI obligation as well as to provide sport and food when the hunting wf. Candas Drake was given Russell Havens is this week iiuproviug, NICKELL becca Holjon Secretary and Lillio ment for $1,000 on account of the moving from Montgomery county on is on. Mrs. W. P. Henrv visited her Taulbee assistant secretarv. death of her husband Alex Drake to Morgan county on the farm of C. S. Rose, District Game Warden. j Thv have moved Flem Pel kins rii uiic uujr lust """ atttjr, who was killed by the explosion Howard Childers and wife of Mrs. G. S. Frost. who has been sick for some time tS He was operating for of boi!er. A. S. Vancleave. of Flatwoods. Jackson. Dassed throneh here en- ; Miss Ruby, Irene, the beautiful bought honaft Qud ,ofc of George route to Campion where the for- - the home of his father on Caney. the railroad at High Falls, used , . daughter oftfU5e The little baby of Robert Tester in pumping water from the creek little 1G months-ol- d Prico $250. He will mer will file his application for lar appointment at the school rents, Mr. and Mrs. Bev. Lewis of ' man has whooping cough. can say move here the first of April into the water tank on the hill Jeff and Roxie Murphy law license. Jiro. house here next Sunday. west of the Falls. hello over the 'phone. Hirrison Kickell who has been wis is a good man and all shcuid iRdex. Mrs. boone Allen, of White; Spotwood Colhnsworth is very jconie aud hear him. Services be- sick is able to be out again. We are informed that H. EJ Manford Toliver, the sheep man Oak is visiting her mother, Mrs. low with dropsy. Prentico Nickell has been faw-in- g post- - 0f our creek has 14 ewes that Ezekiel Gibson, who is not expect-masteTyra has been appointed WalUr Stoney made a business gin at eleven. timber to build a house on 1 is Hurrah for the Herald may it at Stillwater to Sll the va- - gaved 21 lambs. ed to live. - farm near here. We are exportto Cannel City baturday. Henry CUv Rose wesit toCimpbe the only first class paper of trip r : r j vu cancv cauaea tuv ii. . r.Ku. i Woodrow ing Prentice and wife to bener Wolfe county a the Tribune has Luther Williams, the feed boy! L. P. Haney made a business tou Saturday on business. G. S. Rose, who has been pust- Smiles. itsecoud. trip to Cannel City one day this Georgia Hollon spent Saturday neighbors soon. master for a number of years, and "a rs Frost. p'eek j nisht with her aunt, Mrs. S. C- - Lee Rose last week sold to Walwe have reason to know aud can GANNEL CITY ter LUtle on pair small Polaud R uish Blankensbip, of Demuird. i8 say for Silas that he knew his job HOLLY K. C. Murph of this place, was! j y China pigs for $10 Frazier Cecil rrTjl passpd through here one diy this -... 0 ao allO K. 'asked Sunday evening? where are; Rev. Pollitt, of Jackson, assisted one pair $ JO, and Wilson Han weok enroute to Cauov to have; Lovelace, of Stillwater, you going Clifford? Oh you should Maynard ervices was held at spring t, j by Rev, L. A Frymau and Rtv. E. one for $5. spent Saturday and Sunday with know. " E. Dawson are holdiu" a nrotract- - Branch Sunday and a large crowd LEE CITY Martin Taulbee is agnt for the j Imperial Telephone Company relatives at thirf placo. attended. L. G. Murphy, the hustling sales-- , d mee.in- - Rt T;n:on -- hnrh P.inoitinnfi I'nsr nnr? nnxr rtlin whrt ' have extended their Hue to Camp same man for the International Harves- Two young men and the The new mill that hasi ,. , . t si. kju " e w;. .t"S VU. U1IU UJ3U X CI UliiCl UU. -11. j. xr rs y, oi, wnue uaK is vis- - been set up gasoline B' Tyra's and wants tne rosi can meet-, mm ai John Shockey is very ill ailh Christie and now have connection i of D liuuiui. u. juux " iflamatorv rheumatism. . with Jackson, Winchester and iting his daughter, Mrs, Will Se- Tavlor Brnwer's is chsster came up on the noon tram out eajn, on lne farmers nro?rein? nicf- - the bastianand taking in the meeting.; ,v aild etlin5 ,ol; oferiudiirg. Lena Ma, the little daughter other points. Thursday, and the crowd who al-- ; Anna Nickoll who is teaching at The social given at the home of I A. J. Combs full agiihist a hot wlv weds in ' waVs wait ou the nf Born, to the wifo orC:atkR6ei George Taylor is moving his: Tho53.whu. attended tho social Camie City spent Sunday at home. Tsaac Xfn'tihv SatnrHflv nitrht. wns t . to this olac ,n order 'Friday night were: Silo Blankon - j Rosa Risner who has been at- - urate a few days ag) and received a girl. V "y, "I 3:eiT.ved by all present." Some nice! . buuir way mai io a. very bad burn on the face. uy co put nis cnnoreu in scnool. ship, Grant Blankeuship, BnuTtT- G A. has come home to Harlan Ward and wife vhited gottPii married on that dav, aid presents were left for the newly Cal aud John Bradlpy arc cn Rev- - E- - E- Dawson, Lula Alton rell, Bradlej Sewell and Xora Ter Red Bird have the measles. Saturday and relatives at gave them a good lot of noise with married folks. ihe sick list. M. A. H. Snowdeu and W E. rell aud a fine time was reported. Sunday. bells, pans, saw,, etc , but failed fc GM ha3 ftbont com. ' Bach and wife took dinner with A. Born tc the wife of Wess Brewer , . 2S Mrs. G. C. Wheeler lias been m their efforts to get the custo-- , , rtl " ' F. Garver 8Henry Ro-lost a horse list and wife Sunday. the 9th a boyr George Omer. . DAYSBORO mary treat. The parties claiimedit give . a ,101 oi room. verv sick but is some better at quite week. Think the caus was scrata mistaken idea that they were tlt this writms Elam Graham made a business Mrs. ai. A, tjambili who has ches and cold weather. ueu ucaoo ana w.ie, or ion- - been vis;ting her not married. We failed to learn Mrs. H. C. Rose went to Lee trip to Jackson parent3 reunjed He:ir Clay Rose was transact-in- 7 - ver, spent baturday witn Andy i bome Sunday, the names of the ladies but are inGeorge Davis mcved from CharHog buying is the order of the City Saturday shopping. business in town Saturdiy. formed that the young men were Toliver and wife. day in this part of the county. Bert Lacy and Myrtle Fallen lie Rose's farm at Roae Fork to Quite a lot ot work is being done sous of Jno. C. M. Day. They took Alice Murphy and little daugh- Uncle .Tfilm Sewell is housekren- - were the guests of Charlie Fallen - ntt htr!hri5t iin r.hnreh. such a the farm of Prentice Nickell. the chivari iu the best of humor ter Pearl sput Saturday night; j i. j i WJie r.x rt caiuraav nigni. ing since his wife has been C4i uQt ' MIDDLE GILLMORE and after visiting the new court. new. roof, bell tower, and new pa- Henry Taulbee Icst a mule a with J. B. Murphy and wife. ! to the Willie Alexander has sold his nor Luther R ise is supcriuteud- - few days ago with eoc ething like bedside of her daughter, Winchester, house and jail left for .1 1. Rnrnh nl- f Tii:..:, .V . oi .ue The train had just left the depot i,,luvia B Angaline Ely is confined to her! ; colic. jent INSKO rr il... i ' J wnen it ran oit me irac. auu Su:e Hollm and Re Elkius j for a uew Icatiou. room some thing' bei-Prszigr Cecil bdught a tract of the matter The boys around here are TaskSam Arnett visited P. H. Arnett ' didn?t leave here until 5 p. in. were mErred afc lbc honw &f G Edward Oidfwlds who had meas- - imuar"oT Calla Ros. Price 90 with one of her ' ing logs to C. F. CeoilT3 mill in this week. n,., o j t' : les is able to bo out again. tikins Saturday. j Oaiil IUU iill JUl AI1CU bSUIC W lsabelletckell has beeu verv' .... R,.m Rc?o. of Ro:3 For. has order to have theni sawed before Uncle James Stricklin, former; home Saturday from Middletown, Carl Mav went to Haz?l Green j c sick for a few days but is some; ... -. . inct moiled into his new residence. he moves his mill to R. L. Rcse'a . .. Ohio, where they have been for citizen of Adele, who has been in witn a sore fcot. batnrdav to have his wri3t dreised. J as he is expecting to do real aeon. better now. j Colorado for his health is visiting the past two mouths. GB 'Brcvver 13 haviu.r eomej Tho piece of steel has uever been;i Rev. Walter Little, who has frieuG fit Adele. Eliza Nethrly has been very ill We sro sorxy to say that aseaaloa seems to been firm:i.g on Green Briar for a j taken out, yet the place Wallace Carroll came in Satur- meadow land turua(L be healing up. moved into the house has entersd our eoMami ty. wife will make au( 15 improving slowly. Lawreucevillejlll., where A. B. Little and few vear, dav from There will he several oaeea to?i X, their home on the farm of Mrs.; Herbert, little son of JefTSmiih- he has been at work for a while. ChArlpr Fallen and wif snmit vacated by Henry Rose. l.. uoumer near jacssoa, ana uncie port next week. H;Ien Anderson. ers who has bean on xhe sick list is John sav Daniel McQuiun left Monday it is awful lonesome at Sunday with Miles Fallen and wifr.; M Henry Rose and little som Kee)e' i Polly WilsotJ s very ill with la- - lmrroviug nicely. the sycameres. Rev, Ira. Wells will fill his regu - O. Pt Seldon, are visiting her pa- Peace. for Winchester where he is taking bis wife who is hi very poor health ,for treatment. T, P. Sewell visited his mother at Hollonville Sunday. James Garrison,of Irvine, visited I here last week. i CAMPTOW. i i Jno. Oliver, of Fillmore, visited hi3 father at this place last week. George l ute ana wnuuiu uwBJ) Sbiloh Swango, of Valeria, atof Middletown, Ohio, were here at tended circuit court a few days the funetal and burial of Mrs. R.T. last week. Bailey. We are informed that Rev. Jeff Walter Oliver, of Peweo, was Brewer, of Stillwater, is very low hero on business last week. with pneumonia fever. M. F. Horton, of Wilhurst, was here Saturday, looking his best, Grace and Dannie Shackelford, j INDEX- of Flat, have entered school here, j i j j , grippe i Urac6acKMe3U fJfAypi flPFFM ACADFHV 1ys j af"0"1"' ; lor-tj ; 'T - -- j I j l 1 r t p-i- i ; 1 . : ; J. ; ; j : -t ."J v.. ... t i . . i H r;..J . ' j ; , ( Jt j ; t-- .. i ! 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