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The Hazel Green herald: March 1, 1917 The Hazel Green herald 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper Hazel Green, KY 1917 haz1917030101_sn86063242 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: March 1, 1917 The Hazel Green herald Spencer Cooper Hazel Green, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. M i All that ertjuifrt or ot of 'anl farm County (jxleaned Eronfour Exchanges in the. Fourtfe Prb"ct, in the PaM'tabed Every Tharsday No. 16. Oct. 31. 1S15. Mrs. G. W. Lealie who has. ben of March. of Wolfe and StaWS Kentucky, bounded and deerifatd and Other Sources. towit: SOUTH BOUND Haal Gimb, JTy. to Carlabad Springs' for the past s Fielden Townsend, etc. Plaintiffs, A, J. Hollon, a kwtiiaf On.tbe North Wr tne ands of ew" vs. Judemerit Lawrence SeiberL comic song two weeks has returned very much sold to Dau Purd a fii ton TowBej JmSK No 17 No. 19 E. H. Fuller, etc., Defendants. I Paper of Wolft Coauty. On the South kr the lands of Jesse Writer, died lasweek at Lo An- - improved m health. Daily Daily STATIONS old sddl hora for $KXX P. it. A.M. Townsend Nwon Bush; Mattie StevensoiSexiDgi;on' On the - Licking River .. Wife lands of J. Tay jgeles, Cal., whi's" Being taken to a Vkm 7 40 1 30 JAMEt i. KOLLON, EditorSpottawocd Colhnrroctk osp.ital for an operation. His and Lelia Hinson, of Quicksand, 1 42 7 52 Index ........... JL and Order of Sale, of the Wolfe! lor Day; 1 50 On lands of C S. 8 00 place, who has been ill tk Circuit Court, rendered at its February, Bush, the. West ef tbe R. 11 Chap- nest known songwas"Ca&ey Jones." are here helping in the meeting. iaWffift Frkc, Oae DUar a Year. Malooe- .... Cauey Fieliea and 8 17 2 03 few weks with dropiy? ia 19J7, Term m ttie above styled case, I flannel City '2 12 8 22 man, coutsiuigjrllSB acres, more or The Reed amendment making it will on the & The protracted meeting at the no better jMtter Septera Helechawa Xatered a eesd-cl6- s 2 31 8 42 lefcs. o 2 37 crime to shin in toxica, r.inrr U- - Union 8 43 5th Day of March. 1917, Wr S, 19 ifi, t the &Gt-oc- e at Hazel Lee City- If gas only . feVfound in sufficient church is still m progress Crlwford and Jrad Holkaa 9 16 3 04 John . Kt tacky, under tie Aet f Jfarcb Wjlhhret it being a regular term of the Wolfe quantities tu Market, then parties of auors into states where its manu3 35 9 45 O. K. Junction and much good is being dono. the first part to receive for the product County Court, between the hours of attended irvicei at Bloody crttk Jackson facture and sale are prohibited, so and 4 o'clock p. m., at tne front door of of each and everylWell Born to the wife of Russell Bar- Sunday, k NORTH BOUND the courthouse in the town of Campton, marketed of tke leased premises to be passed the natfonal house of repK.GOaYuriiiAtaftCi, Ky., sell at public outcry to the highest paid quarterly in sjJvauce,$ resentatives by a vote of 821 to 72, ker, February 19th a girl. This The niwa of mott iatwttfc No. 18 No. 20 No. 16 and best bidder for cash in hand the fol- and also free gas ff r one dwelling upon jtfo date was set for its going into makes their sixth daughter. concerniig th oil booaa. lowing lease which is in words and fig the above desciit3d laud for heating Daily Daily Daily STATIOXS . at. W ures as follows: and lighting parpes. effect. l. it. a Pearl Carter, who is teaching at believed? ths copaay To have ttf bold said premises as Jackson the re long sis oil and gas West Liberty has been visiting develop fcbe country anyway. Tkey In consideration of S produced thereon who . Maj. Gen. Jqhn J. Persiung, 4 55 or O. & K.. Junction. 11 30 ceipt of which is hereby acknowledged, or the rental paidthereon. 5 24 are spending largt Wilburst 11 00 had charge of the Mexico punitiv.e home folks for the last week. Courtney Townsend, Emma Lee Towns-en5 52 If no well is prwucing oil or gas on Lee City 11 28 Dulith Townsend, Gladdis Wilson, the above described premises within expedition, has been appointed as 5 58 Helechawa A. F. Garver left Sunday for 11 34 6 15 Jesse Lanter, Charles Forchie, Clara Can nel City 12 10 -- yeara ffpnvthis date renders this 6 50 xanda)lirerJtBd.LilliftTamlM commander of the Southern De- Hazard, where he will drill an oil , Forchie, James Townsend, Ruth Towns-end- agreement void." 6 55 .... 12 15 Casey. X. HuHoia by Jesse L. Horton, Master Compartment of the TJ. S. A,, vice well. 7 12 Malonc, 12 32 were gasts of Bccond The party of agrees MAHCS 1, 191?. Index ' fsnntsDiT, missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court, of to complete a tae upon part above 7 20 12 39 All. ifc!l the , Maj. Gen, Frederick Funston, de Sanday 7 30 I Licking River-.- .. the first part hereby grant, demise and named Jand within 12 50 vears from the let unto the party of the second part all date of this agreement, or pay annually ceased ) fcEXIE the oil and gas found in and under the thereafter the to be suja of $ Ou?incr fn tlift HictK niMfna nro. following described premises, together paid EZEL Shilo Swango for Sheriff. ly to hib own, business, and has with the right to entea thereon at all All quarterlatodvauco. under the. vailing for sheep and kooljfarm- money fajs)? due manag times for thetopurpose of drilling and opmade a success in or itie mountains wju engage Lacey Crek, thi3 graft may erating and Ia this iscud appears the an ing his own affairs.liteA inman who poles, pipe Hueserect telephone wires and terms of or depoated to be paid to ia ers sheep raising Mir. J. 01 Yocnm, yrliJLae, their crpdit and maintain all buildin morethan over the Farmers and Traders Bank of Camp-to- n, noancement of Shilo Swango for can manage his spent Alia Bel'e iBicke:!, Otto ana structures, exclusive J. C. Linden, of Campton, own business suc ing andlay all pipe, and the and water before. For years the industry has Ky. laKcLpp. steam right to the Democratic nomination for cessfully The parties of the first part hereto been logging, although.it is known Saturday and Sunday on his farm Carr have and well may, in most lines necessary for the production aud expressively waive-anwhatever right here. . iheriff of Wolfe county, fubject transportation Of oil and gas taken from R. D. Craft f Xore wm ia instances, be depended upon to the said premises; excepting and reserv- thev may havener may hereafter have that thti mountain sides are ideal to the action of the Democratic under this Cleveland, Rose and wife moved town Monday on cjjMmw. to the properly transact the business of ing, however, first parties not les3 than homestead lease,exemptionbenefits to any for sheep raisiug. laws of the or voters at the coming August prih part of all oil produced Gill-mor- e. their Mrs. Claud McGmre anAH- the people. He is .honest, sober, aud saved from said premises to be de State of Kentucky. While he was attempting to from Stillwater, last week to mary. ter, Gillie Ann, of Ebon wer tha snail nave industrious and fearless. In the livered into the pipe hues by the second usej.ne second party and oil'andtne tree drive across the railroad tracks of Bufficienfgas water Monday Mr.. Swango was born and rearparty, namely: Mrs. Angelina Little continues guests of Mrs, McGuire to run all machinery for operating the near the tobacco warohonse at discharge of an official duty he All that certain lot of land situated wells upon thea!jove premises and aded in Wolfe county and is possibly and Tuesday. knows no friend or foe, party or in the 4th Precinct, County of Wolfe, joining faims operated by second par- Horse Chve, J. W. PnraleVs wagon very low. She is not expected to night one of the best known men in the was hit by a northbound I. C. pas- liv) loug. Miss Sarah Dennis is Waiting favorite, but is guided solely by and State of Kentucky, aud bounded as ies. follows: count'. He is 42 years old and duty and honor. Any damageidone to crops shall bo senger train and ho was so oadly Cortez Ely and wife attended her sister, Mrs.. George annin, On the North by the lauds of Jesse fully paid. f-just in the prime of life and vigor He was injured that it ;is feared that he the reception of Holt Shackleford at Dan this week. a candidate for this office Townsend; And it is further agreed that upon of manhood. He belongs to a famcau not recoyeri Un the bouth by the lands of W. 1. the payment of OH the lessee may at and bride, at. the home of Will Johnnie Adams of Lexington in the last regular primary for Bush, deceased; any time remove all his property and ily widely connected, being of kin a tub of hot Shackleford,. at Paxton, Friday. "While playing near transacted businos in ' this vicimty county offices and was defeated by Un the .bast by the lands of J. laylor reconvey the premises hereby granted, Day; to the Swangoa, Hollous, Brewers which conveyance said lessors agree to water that had been left a short a small majority, and he now preBill Hollon swapped horses with the first of the week. On the West by the lands of C. S. accept, and thereupon this instrument and Hattons, large and influential Bush, containing 121 acres, more or less. shall become, null and void, and the time by a servant, Jane Ross, lit Rich Brewer Thursday paying him U, 3:- Howard, Belknap's hard- sents himself again, feeling that IE gas only is found in sufficient quan Democratic families on his father's payments which shall have been made tle daughter of J. B. Ross, a lead- a difference of S25 ware salesman, spent Tuesday the fact that he went down in de- tities to market then the party of the be held by thtQessors as the foil stipu- ing attorney of Carlisle, fell into aide, and"the Ingrms and Lawsons is to receive for the product lated night in town. feat in the last race will more first partand every well so marketed off damagesfo'the Mollie Burcham and son, Jim- of each the water and was badly scalded. and other prominent families on of the foregoiug contract. fully direct the minds of the peo- of the leased premises, to be paid quarRoy Wells of Korea wa here 6u on Still is understood between the parties his mother's side of the house. Boone county road bonds to the mie, were business visitors terly in advance, and also free gas for to It agreement that all conditions this business Wednesday, ple of the county to his merits dwelling on the above described prem water, Monday. He has been a conspicuous figbetween the parties hereunto shall ex- amount of $25,000 were sold reand qualifications for the office ises for heating and lighting purposes. tend to their heirs, successors, executors Jim Hanks of, Caaapton waa cently at a premium of 26. Road Mildred, little daughter of Vau ure in politics for & number of to said premises as Wednesand emphasize the fact that he To haveoiland gas holdproduced thereon and assigns. long as is or bonds to the amount of 200,000 ghn Patrick and wife is seriously calling on our mercKants years, and is a man wno is admired In witness whereof the parties of the really wants the office. He is a or the rental paid thereon. day. Swastika. first part, by J. Horton, Master Com- were voted by Boone county last by his many acquaintances and Democrat of the old school and If no well is producing oil or gas on missioner of theL.Wolfe Circuit Court, year to bear not over 4 per cent ill. Mrs. A B. Hale and daughter, years lovsd by those who know him has always been in the thickest of the above premises within their hands, from the date of this agreement renders have hereunto set received for less than interest and to be issued as the 72 Miss Edna, of Pekin were guwta better. He served the people of the fight for the party and its this agreement void. Party of the d No bid shall be part of the oil and one hun- county needs the money. Ol C. VX. J.UUUU1 UUU WUB ri vwuw-- ; ACADEMY NOTES. part agrees to complete a well on dred dollars for each and every gas well this county two years in the office principles, He is familiar with lay- the above described land within .i-More than a score of persons marketed off the premises. of deputy sheriff, a few years ago, every detail of the office and can from the date of this agreement or pay ComGiven under my hand as Master were injured, several of them seJim iuannm uu wn and in that capacity he made a take hold of the office and trans- - annually thereajter the sum of of the AVolfe Circuit Court, School was resumed Tuesday per acre, to be paid quarterly in ad- missionerDth day oLFebruary, 11117. riously, when an elevator fall six from Illinois on day laat wtk. this, the record second to no man who ever aot its business without having to vance, until a well ia completed. 27 after a two weeks J.' L. Horton1, stories from a roof garden of a morning Feb. Mn. Manmn i verjrlow with held" that position in this county. learn what it means to be a good All money falling due under this Master Commissioner W. C. C. dssmissal for the protection of the bersulosiM. Broadway, New-York- , theatre. lease may be to the guardiau He speedily and properly executed sheriff. We predict that if Shilo of the first paid direct deposited to the children from, the measles epidemic parties or . Edgar L. Calhoun, tj1-a business rr.t?rV V, i r. Itnnn rri ,1 it a linn t. nmt.t.v Miles Yocnm of.CJaaar all the papers that came into his is nominated and elected to this credit of the guardians in the Farmers i (Mo and ksfitacKy Rs!lwcy, I COXLEY, Tteriver.e Notice of Sale. WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT. oil prod u cfakdftred from said premise, to bo i&ii&l in pipe l'Jnes by the second ptt!Hely. NEWS WEEK fee I k i GANMEL CITY tfc wHmm?nport i tfcl U,oomp to - yM going lo it TalW pt down a Wia;jii mil t ai !t Bh rwrt Ge, 1 4 iatd Iti k d, foclea. iai mmj uin oe-eight- j - sec-an- one-eight- h f '7 j mmw ,n ; pkrTormea all tf9other duties of the position with honor to himself and credit to his constituents. He was justice of the peace of the Clifty precinct for four years, and in that office he demonstrated again the fact he was able, efficient and worthy of any office within the gift of the people of the county. He is a man who attends strict- - stances. county, irrespective or party pressly waive whatever rights they have hereafter affiliations, one of the best and or maybenefits of havo under this lease the Homestead or Exto the most faithful and efficient officers emption laws of the State of Kentucky. the county ever had. We heartily The second party shall have free use gas, oil aud water to all commend his, candidacy to the of sufficientin operating the we'l3 runthis on machinery careful condideration of the Dem- - lease or on adjoining farms operated by ' ocrautic voters of the county and second party. Auv damage done to crops by reason of laying or removing all others who want good county s shall be fully paid. It is further agreed that upon the payofficers who will do their duty ment of SI .00, the lessee may at any time fully under any and all circum- remove all his property and reconvey cne pipe-line- sentjence of thirtyi minutes ia jail for manslaughter. Calhoun adWOLFE CIRCUIT COURT. mitted on the witness 3tand that t he had killed Green Columbus, Henry Noble, etc.- - Beintiffs, 4 vs. Judgment. but claimed Columbus had in. Lola Campbell, etc5 Defendants. sulted his daughter. The verdict of the jury was "guilty as charged VIRTUE OS A JUDGMENT with a recommendation for "exBY Order of ale of the Wolfe treme mercy," and the court made Circuit Court, rendered at its February Term, J917, in the ab"bve stvled case, I the sentence hour in jail. trwrz IMBUES Grass "being affected. i J one-ha- lf REV, JAMES NICKELL In the proper place on the front page will be found the announcement of Rev. James riickell, of Gillmore Creek, who announce? himself a candidate for the Republican nomination for Assessor. He also saTs a few words in regard to his candidacy over his own signature. While we do not take part in Republican primaries, we take great pleasure in presenting Mr. Nickell to the Republican voters of the county. We know Jim. He is a good man and we believe that means every word he says. Most every body in Wolfe county knows him and the good work he has earned on. We have never heard him accused of not believing and practicing what he preached. Very often a good man is accused of not doing the right thing. We have never heard any accusations against .lim, so he must be the vary best. We feel that our Republican bretheren could make no mistake in nominating him and with these few remarks we leave him to them and hope they will give his claims due consideration. J. M. TESTER Printedfti rather modest type on the front page of thi edition of the Heriild appears for the first time the announ-- s cement of J. M. Tester, of Giimore, who has a worthy ambi tion, to serve the people of the good old county of Y one m hereby granted, which lessors agree to accept and thereupon this instrument shall become null and void and the payments which shall have been made be held by the lessors as the full stipulated damages for of the forego ing coutract. It is undei stood between the parties to this agreement that all conditions between the parties hereunto shall extend to their heirs executors aud assigns. No bid to be received for less than of the oil or $100.00 for each gas well. Witness my hand as Master Commissioner aforesa d, this 0th, day of Fobru ary, 1917. J. L. Horton, M. 0. W. C- the premises conveyance said one-eig- will on the outcry to the highest', and best bidder, on a credit of sixmonths, a certain tiactor paicel of 4io, lying and being in Wolte county, Kentucky, and on the waters of Red river, aud described ' asfollovts: Beginning at a forked water birch standing on the banks of Red river at the corner of tho Dower lino and a cross fence to the Suite R.ad, crossing same to a sycamore; thence east with the road and fence to near the gravt; yard; thence up the- - point with the lence to the top of the ridge to J. 11. Phillips' line; thence with his line to the State Road atrplimiiudu Oakley's line; thence with hr line to Red river: of thence up Red rivet to the beginning, containing fif acres, more or less. Excepting therefrom the grave yard, WOLFE CIRCUIT COUftT. and a right of way into and froi. same. The purchaser wiillbe required to give bond with approved security, for the Rodney Bush, etc., Plain tiffs, purchase price, with a hen retained on .lungement. said laud, to 'secure the payment and G per cent interest, E. H. Fuller, etc, Defendants ii'om date of sale until paid. Given under my Lmd as Master Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court, VIRTUE OF A JUDGMF.NT this the l'th day ofF'biuary, J t 7. Order of Sale, of the Wolfe , 4rU JIoktox, Circuit Court, reudered at its February, Master Corilinisiiouer W. C. C, 1U17, term, iu the above styled case, I will on the . served as a national holiday in it being County Court day, between Belgium ns a mark of gratitude the hours of 1 andj o clock p. m., at the front door of the;courthouse iu the for American relief work. town of Campton, Ky., sell at public and oyer 100 lives 5th DAY OP IAHCH, 1917, Washington's birthday was ob Thirteen lost others more or less seriously injured is the toll of a tornado which passed ovr the states of Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi last Friday,. Most serious loss was m middle Alabama. -- 4 i TOUVER Notice Sale. e BY 1 ; 5th DAY F MARCH, 1917, Sunshine. John needs no introduction to the people of the county R3f lat it being the regular term of the Wolfe ALD NOW and we feel our inability to say one word that would bring County Court, between the hours of mm into Greater iavor witn its uemocranc voters, jj or over and 4 o'clock p. m., at the front door TaktkTotice. i;c" the town of Cainn- Havr.iK-utiddtwenty .years, he, "like an armed warrior, like a plumed of the courthouse inpublic to makeaj. tow a tnrncroau - 5SSJ down the hills and ton. Kv.. sell at hftWr outcrv to thei, ... knight," has walked and rode up and hifihpKt-anriu xu feusTitrs Fmlias a'T nac-uv- i Jv'V r. iun- rptm, X.e siKrssiF'. vallesja f Wolfe ountv in "tire- interests uttffe Democratic himd, the following Jeasor wjiishr ia in men, I offer for sale my entire been for a few months, Hazel home folks. spent more time and words and figures as folio ws: holdings in Jlam Green, which t? party and it is probable that he has Walton Cgnley has left Lawrence H. Michael, mercantile sum The little daughter of Ben Dunn money for the' Democratic party than any man in the county. $ fu the consideration ofoFthewhich of consists of residence in a very deGreen for IriUhome in Salyersville. porter, passed through here Wedneday-., the receipt is and There have been many seemingly insurmountable obstacles hereby acknowledged, Addie Hush, sirable location, mlso my general fell off the porch week. broke her Nellie Stack y returned" Tuesday and spent the night with D. B. May andP one day last Tom Bush, Murthn Bush. " family. at times in the way of the party and there has never been a SarahBush, Cliff Pock Chester, Charley blacksmith and frepair bnsiness arm Childers, Aunt Mary Hatton is visiting after a visit with her parent! in Mr. and Mrs. Miles Fallen have had . , jNever Chester, Frannci." Chester, Augborn which is well equipped to meet to lend a band. time that he was not called upon Lexington. ; severe cases of Ia grippe this week, ut V Chester, Wallice Chester and Sarah the requirementsfof any demand her son, Bob Hatton this week. has that hand been refused. i , ri Chester, by J. L. Horton, Master Comarc some better at this writing. i i t .i? ji nnd children it uw ue asKs tne democrats or tne county to consider missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court, in this line. I will make this sale Raney Allen sick two are . Tom MuClure, of Sellars, passed. some but liis candidacy. .No one denies his ability to serve them well of the first part, do hereby grant, de- at a bargain priceand will either heve been very HARY through here Saturday evening en route 8 mise and let as County Attorney. Xo one denies his ability to bring second party, unto the oil and gas found sell all as & whole, or seperately, better. home. all Harris. may B Singing in and violators of the law to swift and certain mstice. lor over premises;under the following described as An best suit purchaser. de- went F. Stautdn aud R. R. ofAllen' Jiisscs Daisy and Lydia Hollon at The Daysboro Saturday Qass will mttt together with the first the are very ill with measles. the church to to evening at at opportunity to secure twenty years he has practiced the noble profession of law in enter thereon at all times, the rightpur for the o'clock. Services here at eleven Suwtoy of the good old county of Wolie., That he is an pose of drilling and operating, aud to sirable property ft a bargain is week on business. the courts ' G. W. Lovelace of Stillwster morning, by J. F. Walters. Logan ; able lawyer and probably one of the best pleaders of law erect telephone poles and wires, pipe uofc verV f requentlypresented. So Oscar and business.Hatton are in has been in this section leasing X lines, nnd all buildings and t.h;it was ever in Wolfe eountv cannot be gainsaid. Besides and the exclusive right to structures: 1 would adviso nnf nnfl interested the logging oil lands for James Drake, Those lav nil pipe, to take ""jf"'-- ' has the measles. adtagegf this at once. Caliiej Terrill Harman Swango, of Swajbfe; being a good lawyer, he is a true Iriend and a good citizen steam and water )me$ necessary for the who leased are J, M. Taulbee, W. and Henrv Elkms, of iiorgan cautily H. Oliver and Millard Taulbee, the springs, spent Satmrday iTirl democratic voters to hear his voice and and gas taken from said premises, ex iisk the nikt wiU is viSjitiig his daughter, Mrs. CheaJohn H, Rose, cepting and reserving, however, to the remainder of tlie creek being un- - h.18 sister Mrs. J.F.Cecil oa 0 his pleading due consideration on next August 4th. give Green, Ky. ter Penqa, 5 1 1 P'-st. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HER Jolm Cox is ou the sick list at this writing. Miss Nannie Landrum spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Awa Lawson. Miss Ethel Canoy, of Valeria, was the guest o Laura. Stamper, Sunday. Jce Fletcher, of Pomeroyton, spent Luthar Bailey and Otto Kash Saturday nightvith Rev. I. L. Honakr. are nqt coming back therestof the Miss Laura "McNable spent Tuesday term. afternoon withMrs. Roy McNablc. S. E. McC&lre and family were the Curtis Hughes has enrolled for Sundav. ,.,fc nf T of the. year. the --Gil ark spent Sundays after AIr MarioiV.Freoch visitedhis sister, noon with. Mrs. yohxi Sweeney. Misses No.fa.i Wills, Maggie Taulbce Fern, one day last week-Mis- s and Martha Murphy were tfee guests of Helen Blanchard is much Pearl and Ethel Clark, Suncfay. Owing to place Wednesday anfr Tbaraday. Lula Henry and jrtotia Madie the prompt dismissal aud the combtfv plete isolation of the one case that of Bonuy were guests of Joh Friday, developed in school no other cases and wife Thursday and Lacy Jackson of Mfc. Sterling developed. Tne only cases appear ing being contracted from outside. wa3 hire on business Friday. The school authorities very much Miss Hazel Henry was tht gmect regretted having to dismiss but as Martha Dennis Saturday night it was advised by doctors it was and Sunday. done with the gratification of say Clint Ferguson of Grasay trana ing, ,4A stitch in time saves ninp." acted business in town. Suturday,3 During the two weeks dismissal Revis Carr and wife spent Sri-all the students went home so that day nighi wtth Ben Davia and- thoso left in additiou to the teach- wife. ers were: Russell Little, Courtney, French McCarty of Mt, Sterling Noah and Dorsey Wells, Charlie was in town on busiuesa Saturday.- Combs, Hala Wells, Bertha and Madge aud Maridu Robinsoo, The little son of Silai Helton Gladys Cooper, Fern French and near town has smallpox. Lilly Shockey. Miss Combs and J. S. Nickell and wife and Mr. Mr. MacNiell Bpent one week on a Ida Nickell of Jericho, spent Sat-- J visit at home. The rest was a urday with Dr. M. N. Nickell andV welcome one but the reappearance wife. of the students was hailed with Roy Murphy and family of some delight. There are very fow Greasy visited Dock Murphy and who failed to return. wife the latter part of last week. Pearl Pelfrey who has been away Louise. some few weeks owing to sickness iu the family is again in school, DAYSBORO . Aa w Misses Lucille andTMabel Kash were the guests of Blajufte and Nannie May Sunday. Mrs. Charlejft Fallen spent Saturday aight and Suriday with Mrs. Herbert Nickell and J3hily, of Grassy. "Willie Aleafcmdcr has just returned from Illinoisx and is very much pleased with his trio, havintr decided to locate improved since her light sick spell in Petrolia, Illinois, where his two week. brothers, J E. and J. P. Alexander are -1 by M'sj. D. C. ip the mercanhle b'Aincsir" The party planned :oWo--SLavolncL Hllo!v Courtnej- - Wells and ivas? . try-ciuo H' r" i -- ';..Xv-L.'-'J8- e - - . - re-t- gl : i i.i ' BO-PEE- P. . first parties one-eigh- pnrt of all the Hz?l 1? LOCAL NEWS. Bj-- yo SvftAfO & Bro. hat for 75 cnti at ing and grazing through the coming season. For a number of years ier from those SKay, Mr. Lindon has been one of our TJ vko feave friends with us toUy; Tke Herald you read vritb pride, most industrious citizens Tm who has If Jsl tkat J08 are satisfied. eaten no idle bread and whose T ft4 ef father, you read of mother; habits of industry have brought to rMl ef sister mid of brother, XaA. him such success and prosperity all aroaad, of bad or good, la ket, yoa fet the neighborhood. that our farmers throughout the Xt MWMfcody legs to hear from you, county might profit by emulating People waose hearts are kind and true, his example. eo Ffle ec yoa kaeirwordwell, Tfcey lo set like that "Farewell," The Pricilla club met Btll-CMiii- Irfi'l KtTi t Logan Lindcn.of Gillmore creek, who for years has been one of our progressive farmers and now perhap the greatest cattle man in wie county, has as The Herald man has been informed one hundred and sixty-fiv-e hoad of cattle for the purpose of winter- ot i. Resolution. Taylor Taulbee formerly of this place but now of Winchester, was Again the death Anj fored the AtsocUtion in our midst Tuesday. to her last resting plw is Little. She was a aevt !ry irort Wilson, of Strob, Ihd., Green Cei here this week on business. He is of the Hazelkind wire ai eAi.;.th. & looking after the interest of his and was a favorite of all, deceased father's estate aud other her. therefore be it rei matters. in the hour of their deer t. MARKET PXICES 1 Report by Swaag Brothers. '.. M and Lard , Crackers,, Cheese.. Sagar ....".""."X Vienna Sausage 22 15 40 JOHN W. DEAN, General Contractor and Builder for years and 1 Ovsforc SK to 9 ... 10 10 I jacksoj xejsttuokt. am have been in the contracting prepared and RvmDfcthu We wftBt to 4tbs Her'becn done before 9y ao ettter pferis this wide world TfcU Of arents f llei with Rloom or light, re at stars beasi in the sty, n Tkra tte dew: old Herald yon can reply, lustmi of wqdiagjL gotintain friend Jl li4ir yoa haTe lately penned, JPJMefsail Hub The Herald today, .. ve wu pn E u m Drurliv array. JLi s Tfeey writ yoa thru the columns bright, March the 15th, x Member the date. Ic Ike tin yoa cm eMBnioi-- , With all the facts yoa Yob. ca alike this issue a grand success. P" JBMBBME ild: Sam. Uxcle Fruits at swngo Bros. the guests of Kelly KickeU and family on Grassy where Mrs. Johnson's mother Aunt Jude Ward has been for the winter. Aunt Jude had a fail last week from which she was suffering. t Hollon 4b Campbell laat wenk bought of Geneva Brown her boundary of timber and will move a mill there by the first of April to make it into ties and lumber. , E. A. Johnson and. wife wera Mn. A. J. Lindon, of Gilmorej has been very low for a few days but is some better. . Dr. W. G. Lockhart left for Oampton Tuesday. ni to sell. httn Bread one day old is top old for Swango Bros. 1 w ho Francesco P&lumbo, hero some time a McRoberts Tuesday iiefB. has him Lennie Hjllon'? who is teaching in Garrard county, is at home with her parents, air. and Mrs. J. B. Hollon, for a lew daysj visit. Attorney J. M. Tester, of was a business callor in town Saturday. Gill-more, Thkats Wabhington's birthday vas celebrated in an unusual tnaoiier at ,J V, Oakley, wife and eou from Owsley county. fy the We now have telephone butter J. M. Richie, of MaytowD, was Illinois spent Wednesday, Fob; 21, LeRnse in Mii-Jauie NamBiwJje- - ' occasion ies 40 cents each. in town Saturday. . came the bride of Mf.HoiuSFackel at A. B. LovijJhfb Swango Brothers. Born, to Mrs. James Hliou, ford, of Paxtc n. llav. Jamffi Mad - H DHCO U ft 0 D JI 7 ML w Roy Murphy was in town TuesI b 0 O fl u O $ id2b the $ den tied the knot that twins, boy and girl. J. M. Tester, of Gillmore. who day on business. ONLyS U o man aud wife. The.mde Mr. and Mrs. tf n'gh'BlarRonShip FOR SURGICAL CASES has been confined to his home for G. H. Phipps, of Pomeroyton, ar mu tho sick is&. OASHg several weeks with lagrippe fsal le was a business culler m town Frii'. Pieratt atteiifled court at and is the daughtee of to be out again. Mt. Sterling last week r day. d g a highly respected youngffaruier M S- - MrfDle St- Winchester, Ky.g one mule for 175. and the son of William mokel. County Attorney Cleve Allen Oil News. Miles Yucum, of Carmago, Ky., fnrd nf Pxtnn Aff.r imvHT the longest limb of the law was in C. S. Sample No. 5 was brought is risking rftlhtivs at this place mouy the young couple autwrked our city Saturday in reference to in with a sieiidy production. Mr. ui Mrp. A, J. Couch, Mr. on a houoyntoon trip to LxluUlon, oil leases and intoTost. after which they rvturuefi me Perkins No. 1 bos lutd a iisfr- - atd Mrs. F!o3Td HavenH and Bro. and was tendered i nict rgption A. R, MATJPIN Volney Hollon and Harrold iug job at a depth of- 400 (e&t William Yccum fpent Friday night at tho home of Mr. SeackeLfprd's with A. B. LoveUce abd famih JEWELER & OPTOMERTIST for service The drill is again moving. Lacy have our thanks parent? at Paxt'Ui. Only ftives Born, to the wife, f Harm Sheet5 ana olose in&nds we? u resent JACRSN, KV. rendered at the wht R. J. McLin aud G. C. Alltatt Fab 35, a Jmjt, Floyd Curtis Eyfs tested. Glasses Fitted. STILLWATER. Millard Richie aud wife, o May- - have been the must active in seVatch Inspector L. & N. E. E, Bom, to Mrs Chess Carter, Fal, Mrs. H. E. Tyra visited her parents, Special attention to mail orders. 2 town, made a flying trip tr-pwfor the paft 25, it boy. curing new leasi-Rose and wife, Sunday. James aril, all wi thB. week, having acquirod considerSaturday and took dinner Born, to Mrs. Rolfn Carpenter, James Linkons and family T. Kash and family. 'down with measles,. Mrs. A Feb- - 25. able territory. is waiting on!,tTiem. Lucile and Mabel Kash visite.g in O. W. Cecil this wepk Jsa&;hte Miss ianuie xviutKe wa3 yip is 'reported that' TDa1syGiShas guept ot IjuIh Henry Saturday Blanche and Nannie May, of Dzys if Lacy creek farm to the Mountain measles. f night and Sunday, .A.y Xannie Tvler nassed here enrotfc to boro, Saturday and Sunday. 'Oil Co. at a nice figure. Nannio Henry speut Sunday H. G. A. Monday. j You to get our Free Catalogs of Mae Williams left Saturday for Charley Stamper, of Stamper with Nannie Belli) Couch. School will begin atfcthe ,Frutt aud Shade Trees, Grape Singing Mary McKinuey sppnt Saturday bridge Sunday, March 4th,, with Tbhn Havenna to be with her father. Branch, who has been in Ohio fur Vines, Shrubs, Roses, Rhubarb, with 'her sister, Mrs. Elza Obmb? Faulkner as teacher. McKinley Easterling, of White two or three months came in MonAsparagus, Strawberries, Seed PocfPekin. O. B. Linkons is on the sick listens Oak, visited in cur town Saturday day homesick to see the old folks tatoes, etc. Lula and Rosa Henry visited week. and Sunday. their sister, Mrs. John Rose,, of D. B. Tyra, who has been at H. 10. Swango and wife. R, P Everything for Orchard, Lawa & Garden. for some time, visited homcluolks Mrs. Harlan Wilson, moved'her Swango and wife, Earnest Brewar, Ezel, Thursday and Friday. NO AGENTS, 1 Thire traveling salesmen staid from Saturday until Monday. Leasehold goods to her farm at Archto Johnson aud Courtney Lxcy H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Born, to the wife of Clint Rosjptwin over night with J. L. Salem and has gone for a short had a pleassnt day at tho country Clayboru Mays, of Elder, diod babies, a girl and a boy, name M'acgpnd 1841 . LEXINGTON, SY. 1917 'pr Claude. Tiiit to her daughter, Mrs. Jack homo ef H H. Swango Sunday. cu Fob. 26, disease unknown. The Ed. Russell ,bought the Owei Cakjiron Smith at Ravenna, before going to H. E. Srcango bought of R. H. writer extends their sympathy, to farm on Laurel and will move to itphis the farm. M Patton last week his nous and lot tne nereaved family. week. Mrs. P. W. Pieratt spent San-da- y Mountie Lovelace took dinner hh on Highland street. This Toaumie Pieratt, son of H. F. situated Wc can coirpound your prescrip1 Ray Cecil Sunday. with Mrs. J. L. Henry. I and Alice Pieratt, of Richmondj property joins that of Mr. Swango's Miss Maggie Shull, of Devil's Cttek, tions accurately and scientifically and ivjaiaew wells is. visiting xu.ib. return to you by next mail. same in Tnesday for a stay of a and makea a nice addition to his is siting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Ween in need of drugs or druggists' Just what Mr. Patton will do her daughter, Mre. Chess Carter, I week or eo. We were glad to 6ee lot. suusries, write us. We will look after m this week. your wants promptly and at reason-a- b Sam Russe'l, of this place, visitcdBfiis J 'Ira tig smile and to feel the pres- - we have not learned. Mr3. J. D. Oakley spent Tuesday e price1. daughter, Edna and son, Charlie, Mho tare of his hand. He is at the A complete line of There seems to be a moving night with her daughter, Lillie is making their home at Grassy wth home of his uncle A. C. Pieratt. on some of our people as ErGuire. spirit W their grandfather, M. F. Steele. miDTmnc nncoru Mr and Mrs. G. W. Blankenship Morton Easterling moved to H. H. Silver Be J. D. Fdwards, Edgar Edwards Mrs, Gregory spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs AND BOX CAJfDIES. ud 1). C. Coldirou were in town Swango'a farm. Wa nrn torw snrrr but onr TiftDBr to C. C. Gillespie'n farm, j Shi.'o Yost moved We will appreoiatour tro was so full we were obligedjto Victor McGuire is vIsltiL UlS nnn Motrfntpn T.iind- -i Azell Jones to Mrs. Mattie Per f DRUG DOMPAHY nnrreannnd- - RIFFLE and Mre. Susan Easter Sister, .Mrs. HzU Henry, of Elat!nw Pin TliA X. G. Wtrd, of Pekiti, was- here inns farm JACKSON KY. W0Qds- Brunette. enGe but will prist thorn nest wfc on bnmxHK Tuesday. ling went to George Neff 's farm. she wants them tor. ' Miss Flossie Hale is down and out with the measles, wonder what Mrs. CharhlPi alien and Miss this club. For Sale. j iiabol Nickell of Daysboro were I ! Wine guests of jrrs. Retta Cundifit from have for sale oue of the neatest A large chip from one of the I WINCUKSTiSIl, KV. most historic treeB in the State, a Monday till Tuesday. ? cottage homes in Hazel Grgotf, Mr. who desires to go south slab from a beech tree in Letcher Bruce Cundiff, who has been'on F. m. Lng & Surplus, $300,000. j has put bis piece of property in j Capital county and bearing the initials of the Border for five or six months, Deposits Over Half a Million, j Daniel Boone, with the date 17S3, returned homo recently aud left mv h.inrls for sale at a bawrain Any one desiring to move to Razel j YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. has just been brought to Lexing- Friday to visit his father ou War Green for the purpose ofjeducat-- i j ton and is in the care of Mrs. Creek. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. ing his children could find(Tiro bet- I W. H. Thoraps n, of the Bryan The force of Station Chapter, Daughters of the G. S. Sample's oil well drillers on ter place in which to livjr feou j If. E. WITHERSP00N. - President, farm on Lacy Creek W. R. SPHAR Casttler. American Revolution. The relic began on the sixth well Tuesday. might buy it and live in it asong j as you wish and then sell il for a will be mounted, put into a glass ""After a few days' visit to home-ful- more thin is asked for it- - There case and sent to Washington to be $100 Reward, $100 Miss Carrie Coldirou returnare no bptter school or church The readers o this paper srlll bo permanently on display in the ed Sunday to her duties as teacher pleased to learn that there Is at least reasonoffered anywhere one dreaded disease that science has room of Coutinental in the high school in Clay City. able to cure In all able as in Huz'il Green. Living ex- been 13 catarrh. Catarrh its stages and Hall, as the gift of the chapter. being greatly that Measles has made its appearauce penses are cheap compared Hrith influenced by constitutional conditions at the borne of Bob Miller aud requires constitutional treatment. Hall's and Nicola Marpchall, for more than started in on little Daisy. More other places. Natural gas issup-plie- d Catarrh Medicine is taken internally Sur-the Blood on the of the family are waiting for their for heat and light at vSTytow acts thru tho System therebyMucous destroying faces of half a contury one of Louisville's the disease, giving; tne the foundation pricep. TIip property fronts about patient strengthofby building up the conmost picturesque figure, and said turn. stitution and assisting nature in doings its to have designed the flag of the work. Tho proprietors have co much Henry Cecil and wife left Mon- 1G0 feet on Elm street and the curative powers of s about acie faith in Medicine that they offerHall's y day for tho homo of A. B. Swango One confederacy, died m that city'Sat-urdaCatarrh is practically Hundred Dollars for any caSQ that lt'falls The house night, He was 88 years old at Means, iu Menefee count3, to ground. in good to cure. Send for Ust of testimonials. connew and repair. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Mrs. F. N. Day desires to say to attend at the bedside of Mrs. tains five large rooms and three Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. 75c mother, who is not expected closets. It is well framed, her friends and patrons that she d to live. will go to Cincinnati soon to buy and ceiled throughout. millinery) notions and ladi63 At this writing Mrs. Milt Nickell Metal roof, There is on the propand and will have them in is improued some. She has been erty a gDod barn and lotsurrouud-ing- , an extra good well, coal house, MEPAIi time for Easter. She solicits the on the sick list for three or ftur corn crib, buggy shed, smokehouse. patronage of her many friends. weeks. The garden contains aboat KIGKELL She promises to give them the hi Cynthia Montgomery, who has acie ground and is onof the latest styles and bost prices that been confined to her room HAZEL GltEEX, ICY at the can be offered. If she gives 'her home of George Rice with measles, most productive gardens w4ovn. All Work Guaranteed Tho yard is rel b in prA?aDl time and talent to building1 uo i,i9 nb nnd nhnnt.. hnt-ifsniinitj! thnt tbare is an nbundancB of od:eeping np the millinery Us&ofr tCT' TTi '7? u" 1 nronnd tho houpn. There a nice in our town the people shouldap-preciat- o welded wire lawn fnuce in iron t of it by giving her a share The silence of the wee sma the house and taken altogether ia J FIRST NATIONAL BANK I x JACKSON, ky. of their trade. Her add will an- - hours of the morning were broken I onf of the complotest hntie.s in. . TJ. S. Depository pear later, al3o an announcement by the arrival of a boy Hazel Green. PropertyfS.t theat the home of Heihert Dyke and 'pric ased for this of an Easter opening, al- -j $280,000 Resources. wife. Dr..Kash arrived with him ways sell at a profit lfilliazei W ' solicit accounts of firms 1 M7. Campton, Ky., at 1 o'clock a. m., Friday, March Gieen. If vou are thihkiPff of individuals and incorporaJames I. Hollon, Hazel Grten, 2, 1917. Hh name is Mr. Herbert buying property in HazejlGn-eKy. tions. Willis Dyko. Mulhr and baby you might examine this property 4 per cent paid cin all Dear Sir Enclosed you wiil find are doing nicely, "Shorty" is slap- or write to James I. HolloulHazel time Deposits. money order for which ploaseseud ping high, and Grundpa Bohanon Green, Ky. me The Hazel Green Herald. "The Bank That Always is much elated. Monday afternoon in the parlor of the Helen E. Mos-- b Home. Misses Combs and Colgrove were the hostesses for the occasion. After a pleasant social hour,refr:shments were served and the meeting enjoved by each member. Every lady of the town who is iiterested in 'fancy work should become a member of the If you want to smile once a JFeekf tended to tU,- heart broKi tn j ana may i"v don't forget to read the doeth all thirgs well.thajpe may letter. watch ovpr and comfort Pea iu Ola Miller, of Holly, paid ajeisit thir sorrow. Resolved that these to his sister, jirs. Flave CecilJinr-in- g be published in the Hai Green the week and purchased afnice Herald. Mrs. RildgDajv Mrs. Jana-ashmare from Flave. tt. Mrs Ellen iirs.Retta Guudiffsentin enough Notice of the wherewith to insure the en yet iutoVherj To all persons who trauce of The Herald County and SUte tax home for one year. What she has paid their y done let others do likewise overy for the year 1916 in HazellGreen bodv should take The Herald precinct No, 2 will take., notice be in Hazel Gree SatMrs. Sarah Ellen Swango, of that lwill All perPleasant Hill paid our office a urday, March 10, 1017. wiil bf levied pleasant visit aud had her ::ame sons not settling then h upon at once. put on tho list for The Herald. - Bailding Paper So to $1.00 hole train head rice....;. 10 CoOee. loose ronsf. IS 25 vaisarrost Toastfes 3 lor So Chipped Beef and Peanuf buTter ..".." 10 aaovr King Bakinti Powde waptua washing rowders au soaps, 3 for Salmon, pink ...".".' Dried Peaches Prunes Peas ...."V.7.V." Sveet Po tatoes .... ".. ".". Apricots l '.".VS. Corn ......... Kraut Van Camps Hominy .....7.7. Pink and colored beans .'. 10 . 10 25 G.for 25 Pine-Ridg- your stone and cement work properly . I sake i a specialty of nice cement walks and if you. need any work of that kind Write to sie. Will know how to d bu sine is 1! I , ... - 15 ritioaS , .... .... I2H furnish bond that my work will be satisfactory and according to contract. DEALER .... .... .... 15 15 15 20 15 15 10 Flaked lloiuiuy Macaronia Banner ive Borax ... havot ...7...7" .... ... Bates, Raiiius, Figs, MiacemeaTaiid apples, Oranges, Lemons, Candies Tin's week has seen 5 10 10 10 Joll-- o General HAZEL GREEN, State, County A and KENTUCKY. f - RoyArnett, D S.Y-C- . groceries than any week for some time. Sugar, Lard, Meat in fact all groceries advanced some: Although not all will uutu the supply is gone, It is a safe investment to hoy your Flour nor. the largest advance in School Olains Seiiiialei iMititrten J Sckool cet SPEC1ATY. 59ks l 111 Ziwte. W Wei it, Our Interests are Mutual My Prices are Sight. My Motfcoauick Sales and Small Profits.:? ; lle B the j I j DOSS ) I. ks con-tai- ns three-fourth- I i Ce-cil- 'a ;t weather-boarde- fur-uishin- !TMTM JEWELRY one-ha- lf is a man with money per cont into?s3t fc BANK WITH "US. 1 1 Hargis Commercial oaiiai6ifWt:: Bank & Trust Company i Jack sob, Kentucky. six-ponn- d placill i 2, I will pay thi snm of ai y Warrh or cuu uot 'Ut in g SEWARD CIocJc which j i.ti ruuuiiig order. I DO ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY WORK. Sed by Yours truly, W. H. Cuudiff. . Popular Couple Married. The public is cordially invi'd tn cull and see mn when All work cl ':k in ned of export wntfh BOPJY. You" Right." guaranteed injured pnrrel pest. 1 s At Sridso. W. B. LAKKINS, JACKSON, KY. 1 . j " TO IT A U GH COST OF LIVING and-sol- t ! P can be reduced by raising more corn, wheat, potatoes, etc. - We have the to do it with. flj mane'-t- loan to fou s ' L y. Sarali-Rltclif- . Wanted! Let us helpyou to help vour?( products are while Dubfes- tot. rar-- 1 rfr- - . soaring. ' "tut k ak-fo- rt THE IE m I'm tiri'inni vi i,i BANK. H-n- ry. Hazel Green, Ky. j j HURRY! HURRY! UiicIh B:ll MeN.ihrt Bucn-ann- n. . I ; . 1 i -- to his sons Nabb. Rev. Curt Walters bought the home of his nncl Sebron Walters on Wheeler avenue and baa moved to same Prof. R Hw Patton sold his residence to Ernest Swango last week and will co light housekeeping at Judge Wheeler's till school is out. Dr. D. H. Kash has been very for the past two or three days with acute indigestion butie now -t Tiin .ud Buen Mc - k;,, in mm ; ! ? . daughter of oLr nw oil g: Sample, i this week ,rtL. o u v.av. u.,. r . t in our town. Our list of old. fblSs ntmwly::. Aunt Jane Kash, Aunt EHt Pieratt, Uncle Jim Littie, that been Fuffftrng from lagnrrpij i cettttr now. . fa, We. are having an of a mjl epidei(Mf ?M- better. tpBfr , - ' ' i jiMbiiilMi - in A .ii iu viiyua run kkw v i jdi HMMt WAKu HAZEL GBEEN HERALD EstablW.ad March 4,1885. Made Famous in tie st-2- 'bTHirO-teill- . o 7fe Qafefl Popular, Most Widely Circulated HAZEL GREEN, ndfe Mountains." URSDAt, MARCH 1, 1917. YVvA -- TKrp WOE COUNTUCKX, Lr fiQJ nur Prize Winners 1 ITEMS of INTEREST Reproduced From the Files of The Herald Thirty-On- e Years Ago. OCT. 28 NOV. 4, 1885. best We have an editor That Old Keataeky vftm&hm drcscd, We are proa of him , lair. tk depths For ho raised This BfcMM' of despair. When Speawr Cooperj ; old, Had to give ap The UflSJM'j-wwhen told, But James I. Hollon, '3WSHf5 zel Green. Took up the work an J wkiii'ft?r r, editer of were sad of Ha- - TKBd is seen. ansa r.xiE He is giving hi3 whole KflW-twork of The Herald, In getting it diirtribate'wsia throughout the world. HO? planned, The coutebf is one. by t Of swelling his Subscript!! ??ist to a beau- 1 tlful baud. CARE Local News. Died, on Wednesday, October 22, Ida, jHnall daughter of Holly Wilson, of Grassy Creek; age, 16 months. Many thanks to 7tho editor of the Hazel . Bhout. Oren Herald, 1 am not a Poetess Rs yiMSff Pinly see. t:or the present tb.t !jq sent me I'll hold w,,ejl Uncle Sam 'ttjggljfoial hope he ..dear in the world, t ijold piecej A won't 'tee all radiant and . 'bright, .but in writing ny seemed to . ftivmli. - will ..vi juuir as me Hen rirPH he... So I will say "Good-bjjtn- til light. another time. J 1 entered When the contest I meant to Honi WltLmMbtown, Ky, stay ' And work for The Herald in the verv best five-dol- lar Tiiankg to the Editor. -- . x Many thanks to each andjwlfcy friend, For subscription new aimxtend, Arid all I can say whea;tSlMiine rans oat To rensr'.jit a once praises aadJ(erald heMf taaKit - By soliciting subscriptions and these to "tend To the editor who is our very best Jriend. But, ahl dear readers, when irorkinir my 0C6t, Professor Josiah. H. Combs. No doubt many of oar subscriber wi rpocted to get the articles writtwiby Mr. S. S. Comb, of Btekmobd, Ky., are getting oo. account of our failure ikg far to republish the .articles eoocdiuf to promise. We do not with nor are we going to disap oint We have been corres who. a young man rela wvtiaw tive to the history of the Combs fwaily before republishing Mr. S S, Gctebf' article We wanted to Oft "dope" on tho Im-;pftt- lat jo. -- W II wr tlatall .jUiomJm-- uicuy mountains tnan auy other living man. Kis home is at Hind-maKy. He is graduate of the State University. He has doqe considerable research work in American folk-lor- e and di?Anf. lecturing on it in New York City, Princeton Uuiversity,Cleveland, 0. and elsewhere; also lectured on "Kentucky" He is a member of the Kntuck' American Polk-Lor- e Societies, American Dialect Society Authors of League of America;; Who'a Whn in A morn1 tt n, Sickness o'ertook ma nni the rpst; . I had to quit, 'twastaot mv own noonl Oh, howl hated to do this, but 'twas the work of the Lord. WhealOiecontest was all over and the bat. - Born Oil Sunday the 18th inst., to the wife of Killis X, Puckett, a girl, a Killis is smiling again. The news fcU just reached us that MisYKitsy, daughter of.Jicjsaac Mur phy, of Grassy, is very lowj with fever. Enith, little of Wm. Lusk, is quite ill. .v Mrs. W. F. Horton, of Camargo, ha been on a visit the past week to her father, Jordan Wills, of this place. Born To the wife of Harmar: Swan- go, cn Saturday, October 31st, a boy, Ernest. Thomas Ward, an old and highly respected citizen of Blackwater, in Morgan, died at the residence of his son, D. B. Ward, on Grassy, on Sunday, October 25th, of bronchitis, age 76 years. West Liberty.- - Died On Sunday night, October 25th, at his residence near this place, James B. Fugttt, in the 63rd year of his age. He was an honorable member of the Masonic Fraternity and for a number of years had been justice of the peace. His remains will be at the family burying1 ground this evening. Died On Monday,. October :9th, at the residence of her father, James Elam, of Straight Creek, Miss Mordecia Elam, in the 27th year of her age. She was a devout Christian and we doubt not, is at rest. Maytown. James C. Swango has Just completed a large and roomy barn, which adds largely to the appearance him, but was stabbed ia the breast by Igo and his pistol taken ar.y. Miller was shot in the right cfcefc, the ball ranking" upward and out through the .op of his head. His body wat iaterrct on Friday night. St'dne's examining trial took place on Saturday, bef6rc Justices Stacy and Combs, and was bound over to Circuit Court, Joe Chambers being his bondsman. The was fired at midnight, and when Mrs. Rose at-- i tempted to extinguish the flames she was urea upon. A man present put out the fire. Rose's bar, where the difficulty occurred, is on Slate inMenifce County. Miss Maggie Cilif i& is getting up a winter gjce. We are proud that we havcsuox an instructor as she is. James H. McGuire has just completed one of the best fruit houses we ever saw. Jackson, Ky. Book agents, are not scared in this part of the country. J. F. Blont, of Beattyville, has been in our town the past week selling the "Life of Grant," "Blaine's Twenty Vea'rs in Com- ress," and "The Home Physician."' E. J. Roark brought us a fine supply of watermelons and cider on Monday We would be glad to have Elihu come every day as long as melons and cider bar-roo- m schdjjjr tbfa Mm Mtt And dwell ea Mtrft rgrlT Oh, would I iwi tltt hmm k thjqgi That uml a siT mm pais, Or would I ae. th4 all 1ms rtTgiJ, That sib ? MMi twijr, Asti brighter fcr Wm Mit While I wm.'m. Hm ky. IirMldlftTB c et!5 v Or would I &Bd tW mm M Mfe Tha t mi rkei th M watt. To fed and know tfcjU kttrm bat Hi : jtkr A Imghter Mgat tfcn Jv Vnt-ana- O.'&thaaMiia, Li. asm 1 t .L , t . .nf-- last. Circuit Court is in session this, week with Daniel Little jn trial" for themur Rev. Gabbard, der of his brother-in-lain 1881. Judge Mahan is acting as Commonwealth's Attorney in the place of Cabe Brooks, absent without leave. Our town is well supplied with chest nuts, as they are plentiful; they are, of course, cheap. George R. Woody, of Beattyville, has opened up a barber ship in this place. FROZEN CHEEK. "e wWSs.wou, Hollon d?d not forget mo or the work that I had done, And I wish to thank him aeaiu nnd n?n And will help, him and The Herald through auusaine or rain. STr. ad Reverend James Nickel! Announces? Since :l I havje anuounced myself "a candidate nomination for Assessor of Wolfe county to a.r&: .T ..aria j. b pltAied. to lear that Mr. Josiah Coirbf, of Hintimau, Kjt., and Professor of Romance languages at Richmond, Va.. will contribute a series of articles on the origin and history of the Combs family. The Herald feels a pardonable tenie of pride in having published In its columns a series cf articles contributed by eo prominent and gifted a writer as Mr. Combs We had little hepe of securing his service when first we wrote him but l&st week we rocoived a letter from him stating that he won'.d take up tho work aud seud us the articles as fast as possible. It will necessitate a great amount of work and as Mr.' Combs is a ver' lm?y man the contributions will ot be as frequent as he might wi&h, However it ia very generous of . Highlanders:" 5 SvfiabnbfT Kentucky "Thej Larguage of Our Southern Highlanders;" "The Sooner" (Oklahoma Antholr gy,) "Speaking of India" and others. It is easi'y seen that from Mr. what Mr. Combs has done and what ho is doing at present that Folk-Songs;- 1' making tremendious sacrifices for the pleasure of his kinsmen. If anyone has any information of value it should be forwarded at once. Inquires should be made in every way for information on the Eubject and you should inform as many of your friends as possible eo that they can get the first of the series. ho is iBa very busy man. and that he Good Woman Passes. Barber (cntertaininghis customer as uual) Your hair is getting very gray, sir. Customer I'm not surprised. Hurry We feel that this series of arup. Toledo Blade. will be a rare treat for every ticles 0 him to undertake the subject at all and probably would noc w. re he not a Combs himself. In all probability were he writing the history of a family other than the Combs family, his services would command a great deal of monpy. It-ihis intention (o begin with origin and mennfrg of flhe the name of Combs and give a brief history of the family inEiiglaud andtScotland, up to the time when the Combs firstjjame to tujo colonies. He will furnish us aorrect cut of their armorial boriringe, etc ,dheir connection with the famous Englishmen, From his letter his greatest trouble will be in getting their history after the Combs came to the colonies m tho seventeenth century. Should any of the! Combses into whose hands this; might fall know anything that! would help him out on this particular point it would bo a great favor to him to forward him the facte. s coats-of-arm- s, aiwl-so-fort- h. The many readere of The Herald will no doubt be paiued to hear of ihe death of Mrs. A. P. Dye which occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs, C. Mann, at Dsn, Ivy., on Fob. 18. Mrs. Dye was well known ia Hazel Green whore she Jived many years ago, and educated her daughters at the Academy. She waB a christian lady, loved and respected by all who knew her. She leaves a husband, A. P. Dye. of .Ashland, Ky., two daughters. Mrs. Mattie Wilson, of Sword's creek, Va , Mrs. G. Cleveland Mann, of Dan, Ky., one sister, Mrs. Temperance Lewis, of Catlettsburg, Ky., two brothers, Lewis Hylton, of Mt. Sterling, Ky., "I often think," observed Chauncey tickets." Widow. aud I. W. Hylton, of Marvin, Va., One Bitter. SHERIFF ACCIDENT TO AN ATTORNEY. to whom we extend sympathy as M. Depew, at the club one "day, "of the y An Irishman waa suddenly answer which our dear dewe walk among the living, scarely . ttr Wrcsrc authorized to announce SHI- parted friend Mark Twainf always had Tuesday evening, Mr. R. A. Hurst, a struck by a golf ball. aee mac man over merer lie is a knov iug where we tread. Wo may at his tongue's end. bombastic mutt, a windjammer, nonen- prominent young lawyer of Jackson, hurt?"asked the player; LO SWANGO as a candidate for "Are you laugh with thoso about U3, but "At one time, Twain and myself were tity, a false alarm, and aiy encumbrance Breathitt County, Ky., fell to the pave"Why didu't you get out o.t'he Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to the walking over the golf course watching a of the eah." our hearts are with the dead. Demccrutic Primary, August 4, 1917 ment while passing the new Grand TheaV G-- . - foolish for any mau to say that ho wishes to fill an Jpffice for the benefit ot the people altogether. Any man that says bj should be looked upon with suspicion. But I do say that I hope to fill the office in such a way, should I be elected, that it will be beneficial both to my self and the people of Wojjji county. I promise that if oldcted I will faithfully and with aljthe ability I have perform tho duties of tho office of Assessor! I will try to give a fair and impartial assessment to ovary man in tip count'. I will be. prompt with my work and not wait to be driven to my tasks. V I presume that mo3t of the people of the countyBjhow who I am, and thoge who know me best can judge whethe'wpr not I mean what I say. Ask any man who knows my fiVQPay Find out whoj am. If you dj not then think mgSfforthy of your coiifiderce and support you are privilodged tojvote for some other candidate. Many of you arp acquainted with my past life. left an orphan at eleven years of age. From that tirae'llhave been without a father to advise me. I have tried to be ajfman. I have tried to abstain from that which was evil and tiding to that which is good. F. r tho last six yeara I have preached tho gospel and tried to get every man to do good inBtendJffeevil and to love his neighbor as himself, I have triad to bniijlf up our county aud not to tear down. I have preached without' tn on- y and withoutprico. I preached because I thought I doing good an that God wanted me to do it. ;; It ib not my intention nor am I asking you to yoteffor me because lam a preacher. I preach without price. But' should you inquire from those who know me best aud sliouldjl come nearest your idea of a good Assessor, I r.sfc your supporlwhRth" or Democrat or Republican aud should I succeed in being elect uest sevice within me aria to try ed, I promise to to give you no cause tor regretting your support of me. Yours very truly, Jame3 Ntckell, ' i mu will ymr-eed rsomcv of7 it' to ndaim for Retire- - f candi convalescing rapiaiy anu urc uiuugut iu TAtLrJEEsa I might sayat the outset that I am not a polTcian. I heads of some of our tativein the 91st LciialHtive Bwtrict. be out of danger. dates. Poof fellows, we pity them! havo never asked for public office, I am actuated by a dusire Born To the wife of D. B. Rose, on subject to the primary, August 1917. W. C. Daniel Has gone to Mt. Sterling to servo ta pDople of Wolfe couuty well and trulyas their to run the engine of A. J. Rawlins' brick October 24th, a girl ; to the wife of W. next Apsessor aud to enjoy the emoluments of the office. It is COUNTY JUDGE vard. We think Mr. Rawlins was verv B. Rose, a. boy. fthe neX fclA ligbfrf-- nrlmst tTrarCfauffiS k.fv. -a , , fa . bwted tmiyt for v. i'.TVoct If of things. J. T. Sexton was the contractor and builder. Whatever Tom does he does well. By the way, Tom is a single man, and from present indications is tired of that kind of lite. Let some of the old widows take notice. Mrs. E. B. May is convalescing after" a severe illness. R. A. (Jliilders is. talking of putting hot-head- Stephen M. Tutt. of Camptoni has bought all the walnut on Wm. Hurst's land, oa Frozen. Mr. Tutt is now haul ing the logs and will have the best lot of logs in this country when he gets them hauled. Henry A. Baylcss, of Rose Hill, Va., J is here. Mr. Bayless has been employed in Day Brother's store as salesman. STILLWATER. O'er virtue's peerless ways, And blighted oat the brightset.jKari, Which heaven delights to Or would I find on Falfeath days Th attendance very slim At temples of worship thraeat the eliaM. In singing the opeHia? hr.tta. O, God! nnd would I find that ikes Baat met a downward flisg, And mouey has proclaimed itself The universal king. sypscnUeai JLad wouM I aaJ tk mil Xkst lil to Easy street, Where trailers hold their wntiag With their religioa sweet? The gilded ptaee all agfer, The gamblers at their pky, And hear, the shot, the groa, tke JaU, Of some fleeced oal today. The music of the "red light tke," The wretched homes, the 8 1 rife, The children crying out for brMd The moans of a dmakard's wie. These pictures show that vice has xa -- a. A , . c !:. " DiedOn October 24, Wm. Rose, son of James Rose, on' Trace Fork of StillHe water, after a proctracted illness. leaves a wife and three children, together with a host ot friends, to mourn his loss. He had been a member ol tne uaotist unurcn. ior asnon, xirae. -- Perhaps 'tis best, 'tis beet to reauia, The chances are too great, To dwell on earth agaia where sia Is lully enthroned in state. While here is pece, eternal I think I'd better stay, Where no disturbance oa the earth Cas take that peace away. Uxcli Msx: jce, ummwtm PTTPoiraxrmii ' 'm ' I W sk : H. ;wa9 'aa 1 1 give-ynTrtn- e fortunate in getting Walter, as he Is first-claengineer. The streets 01 our little town was swarming with rural roosters who had imbibed too freely of the "native vint age," and but for the presence of our efficient Deputy Sheriff, John M. Perry, g would have and been indulged in to a considerable ex tent. It is a shame, a burning shame, to sec mere boys reeling through the streets drunk as Bachus. (Licking Val- Icv Scorcher.) We arc pained to learn of the death of H. W. Gardner, of congestion of the hmin. at Irvine, last Sundav nicht. He well was a rising young attorney-at-laknown to the mountain people among whom nractice was crowing quite ex (Beattyyille Enterprise.) tensive. The Widow Wilder, of Walker's C.rrpk. has a cow with two tails. With out intending to stir up any of our real big liars, we desire to ask how's this for a tale. (Beattyvllle Enterprise). Things all I00W favorable for getting the Capitol at Lctdngton. Frankfort is having waterworks, and if those people down there should get to fooling with water and contratt a habit of drinking it, the next Legi Mature would move to Lexington in a body before they got (Lexington half through the session. Observer.) Wanfd. Fifty thousand Swiss rod German families to come to. Wolfe and ner neighboring counties and plant vine yards. Good citizens' of all other na tionalities arcraltfHinvitcll. Those who understand grapi culture will find our lands a prphtable cheap, though-roug- h, investment and were the coal measure set in grapes, this country would present the same thrifty appearance as the vine-cla- d hills of Germany and France. ss head-peeling W. H. Chambers has found his hogs Wo ae authorized to announce ED that were advertised in last issue. GAR T. KASHt 03 a candidate forGILLMORE. County Judge on the Democratic ticket. Miles Lindon acidently cut his hand subject to the primary August 1917. very badly on a knife in the hands ot David J. Vest. COUNTY COURT CLERK. " 1 We arc autnorized to announce W. Si Married. October 23rd, Rufus Hale TUTT as a candidate for Countv. Court? of this place, to Miss Janie Beffitt, neai Also, October 29, near Clerk, subject to the will of the demo Jeffcrsonville. Cornwell, Frank Crouch to Miss Mary cratic votcrsat the Aug. primary. COUNTY ATTORNEY under r.roi. miner, 15 We are authorized to aunounce, W; Bv succeedife to the entire satisfaction of aii the patrons. There are 90 enrolled DUFF, of Campton, as a candidate for " pupils, with a daily attendance of above County Attorney of Wolfe County. sub-r- J ject to the Democratic primary August o. Rose, at whose whiskey shor 1917. Robert Miller was killed, has been notified to We are authorized to announce N leave die country, and we understand he ALLEN as a candidate for Counhas gone. ty Attorney of Wolfe County subject to A. L. Hackney has purchased J. C the Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 Day's stock of goods and will continue old stand. the business at his We are authorized to announce J. M: s J. F. Osborne has entered into a part- - TESTER as a candidote for County At-- ' nership with J. E. Greer, in the mercan-?- , torney of Wolfe County subject to (be tile business here. Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 Rev. Marion Stamper, of Hawkins'. ASSESSOR Branch, this county, representing thr Reform Church, has been holding a pra We are authorized to announce "E. F tracted meeting at Laurel Spring. Mar WI11SMAN as a candidate for Asers?oft ion has been doing a good work. Nine subject to the Dcinocratie primary Augpersons, have united with the church v ust 1917. May the good work go on. J. H. Lovelace went to Montgomery We are authorizedto announce El- - J j last week and bought 20rnne Southern ewes, at $2.50 per head; :Uncle Harve CREECH ns a cancUatc for Asgq sojr.W - subject to tho action oflthe Deajb'sralSc? was well pleased ' Born To the wife ol Henry Sallcc primary, Aug. 4, 4917 big boy. Henry is happy, and has We arc authorized to announce Rev. plenty of brandy to drink. JAMES N1CKELL as a candiil teller. ' first Assessor of Wolfe The mast is not so good as-aCounty subject tofthV estimated. will of the voltes at the Republican 'Primary, August 4, 191" BEE-BER: t FRENCIIEURG. Rothwell. Uur school, " ever-read- (Courier-Journal- .) r " A NOT SURPRISING. one and especially those of the A HARD WORKER. Comba blood, and every one of them should be preserved for the "Your husband was telling us yesterday that he works like a dbg," said Mrs. benefit of posterity. Lane to a neighbor. , it's much the same," agreed the "This thing of being so much in love Mr. Combs is a very gifted other. "He comes in with muddy feet, that you can't cat," observed the man yong man and probably knows makes himself comfortable by the fire who knows, "is not infrequently caused by the high price of flowers and theater of tho Ken- - and waits to be fed." mot of the folk-lor- e "Y-cs- friend's strokes. The friend was considerable of a duffer. Teeing off, he sent clouds of earth flying in all directions. This confused him 10 a considerable extent, and, turning toward us, he endeavored to draw our attention by asking : "'Well, gentlemen, what do you think of our links here?' " 'Well,' replied Mark Twain, quickly, as he wiped the dirt from his lips with his handkerchief, T should say they were the best I ever tasted." "Would you mind writing all that down fox me?" M "Why in the world M '"He's my husband andK should like to use it on him some time." Brooklyn J Citizen. J The recently convertedtorethren was inspired and wished to talgat the mect- "I's been a sinnahl A heen-yu- s, contaminated sinnajyfph lo dese many eahs, and never knowed it!' he repentantly blurted forth: "Don' let dat molestefyoa', B rudder Halcome," spoke up alipathetically inclined deacon, "D rcsjlpb us kowcd it all dc time. low-dow- n, : ter, and sustained a f) icture of the left "An' why should I cat ont cf thf leg, just above the knee. He was at once removed to private apartments at way?" asked Pat. ,lI didn't know the Central Hospital. Mr. Hurst is here there was auy assaspius ionid attending the United States Court. He hero." is a sufferer from rheumatism, and his "But I called 'fore," said the fall was due to the effects of the disease. player, "and, when I say 'fork,' His brother was telegraphed for and will arrive here today, when the patient will that is a sign for you to get out of be taken to his home. The accident is the way.' k to the victim, who has a great "Oh,H is.is it?" said Pat "Weil, just entered upon a successful practice thiu' whin I say 'foive' it is a sign of his profession. MURDER IN MENIFEE. that you are going to get hit" on On Tuesday last about uoso, 'foiyev ,T Hew York frenzy, shot the land Stone, in a and killed Mark Miller. John Igo in World, terfered when St9nc- turned tp.vfir&troj set-bacI sun-dow- n, - LOOKING FOR INFORMATION: Little. Willie was left alone with sister's beau. "Mr. Chumpley," he presently said,, ''what is a popinjay?"- Sister's beau wrinkled: his f "Wh-wh- y a popinjay is a fcirdJ "Are you a bird, Mr. Chwsfiey?" "Certainly not" "That's funny. 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