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MadeFainoas lathe The Oldest, Most Popular, Most Widely Circulated Soy wdjion Quom Pager in the by Max O'Rell. Kentucky Mount" YEAR. HAZEL GREEN, WOLFE OOUNTYj KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, Yj fr MARCH 15." 1917. Winchester, Ky., March 5th, 1917. ion now is about (j70,090) barrels for r. James I. Ilollon. the entire field. Tills time a year a"o Haxei Green, Ky., was about (450 0C0) barrels. kansas:s Bear Sir: makicz about CSO.OOO hi wj -t- uirequest maae m lhis held covers about 8 counties in the Herald, that its subscribers write Kansasandaboutth.it many in Okla oethiBE about themselves andsend it Ihe general trend being some 200 miles" to you. I am sending you a few facts north and south, and75 miles about y Kfe. Allow me to thank you J this scope of countrv there will wide In be locali-fthis privifege ties that have fine propcrtic3 Ijiow am fishing my seventh ycarr.s and localities that4 are unprintable a student of Kentucuy Wesleyan College j There area great many here aad its Academy, I am expecting to take4some hundred or inorein refineriesstates' the two intlt?tiorx on TJ 2fth ?C8re? Sm About June l.n two pipelines to the- Lgulf on the . south', . . Mav. i I shall take up Missionary Sunda. School to New York, and-N- . J. work with the American Sunday School In addition to the-oilthe large gas Union. I am at this present time field has brought a great many factors, to be in this work only about 15 moottjs after which I hope to attend the such as Cement plants, glass plants, "ore theological department of some Univer-"sit- y spelters, tyling plants & etc. Ilavc good roads, has not been a day for about two years. I am not certain as to where I shall be sent, but very in six months but what you could have likely to Texas, perhaps sou t of Dallas. traveled over any sectfon of the State in Owing to the fact I have been very an Auto at the rate of a couple of hund busy trying to solve the problems of life, red miles a dav. i especially those encountered in" connectI often wonder if you will ever get a ion with my college course. I have been unable to visit my home people in the good road from Mt.Sterling through to past eight or nine but oncei and Hazel Green, and ofi to Jackson and only for three o- - four da3s tben." Now Salycrsvlllc. If you? had a good road that I am finishing college and expect to through that that pari of the State hun be located at quite a distance from Ken- dreds of people would drive through there tucky, it is my purpose to make a ten in their autoes during the summer.. It davs visit to my relatives and friends in would mean a great deal to the springs the dear old mountains, during the in-- J near town. Get some boosters behind to terval between my graduation and the push, and can be it done. time at which I am to join the American Very, truiy, Sunday School Union, namely May 29th, C. B. Amvx June 15. o ,1 I am, and shall a!waysheproudii,)f the mountain people of Eastern Ken- Eriitor Hazel Green Herald, As you have extended an invitation to uck3'. meg to congratulate you for subscribers who" have left their the excellent peper you are publfshine. ouu iu.wiitij uuwu tuu uiav carrv ior--1 native hills to vrito..iV,fmv linns for thn u-.- e ; , j juJW jst h-- X1b rLZIjT HUJf MR 44 To The Voters of Wolfe County What about voting for a man for Comity Jiidpe at the wilt look August primary 1917, that is interested in you after 3 our interests, a man who is interested in good roads and realizes the fact that the hotter the roads the clo.atr we are to market, a man that stands out open, free and pnfchc to the world in business affairs and its busiies3 transact.OD8, a man that knows no such word as fiiil whn duty calls,! man that belongs to no political clique or machine, a man tKathas come from nothing to a reasonable puccss and hasltfajp been with and among yon, a man that never forgets true friendship and past fav ;r, a man that the night will not get too dark, the the roads too bad nor business to pressing to perform hia duties as an officer. If yon want this kind of a man for your noxt County Judgr, vbt for E. T, Kash. I hear of it being said that I will not make tl race, but you will find that I will be a candidate when close on Saturday August 4th 1917. I am not in this race p defeat any other man but am in it to get the nomination, feeling when asking this that I am not asking too much of yon, from the very fact that lam one of you, have never held su office and feel that I can take care of your interests and alsoihe interests of our wives and children. As soon as the winter 13 over and the roadf ge better I in tend to see every voter in the count' and will taJU ov&i with 3011 as to what I think to be all of our interests Thanking you in advaiice for any favors showime, t I am Respectfully, 1 I lelds seem to agree with "TV. P." as he is now tipping the scales at 323 pounds j Coal operations are running about half the t.me on account of shortage of R. R. cars since the blockades & the docks. Businm is dull and high cost of living so great it k hard for mining sections to J p, - or ! thelte . E.r5K.ph - r- VCUtA hear from them. Fhcrcby take the opportunity to write a fqw lines from North Middlctown, Ky., my adopted home, I was raised wifhin four milrs of Hazel Green, on Grassy creek, Morgan county, my father would send me to town Denver, Colorado, March 5, 1917. to buy goods for the famity. At the age My dear Mr. Hollon: of 17 1 met with an accident that lamed Repl3ing to 3our courteous request, I me for life. Thus crippled and without beg to say that time and miltitudenous an education the outlook was gloomy: duties have not lessened m3 interest in forme. I started in school in Hazel and fond recollections of the land of my Green under the instruction of Miss Mat-ti- e Burchell and finished under Prof. N 3iativity- - Theplac of ones birth should always be a saorcd spot. As the needle B. Ha3s. I then began teaching in the d of j sndreJBgsI knewjn ay I appreciate this oppbjtunit pole, my heart turns to the country schools. Itaughint country; schools, and in the year iS3:I staitcd in writing my friends of theHpzcl Green da3s anTemb:uvyo"nc of them -still. jit. $ihrtl 1 o:ten tninK otyou ann tnuto Keep a year of when the html fevers of life aro past; my 2 and Morgan. dUHLg this time. I r., I hoir inh trnrk- - nnri"'nrtv!tisirv h ud by lightning striking the wire igniting the body shall find a resting-plac- e 0"t)'-v- E. K. S. N. I Leaving II. G. A f niy forebears and in the region I love so coal oil setting the house on fire and lar.ded in Rochester where I n et my farann2 and mcrchaHFse business. s Proclaim the truth and compel the well. most of my life time earnings were gone. better half (seven eights as they say ia nave two fanns and arstore at tlu Pce mdn of Wolfe. count3 to build hen house? For more than eleuen 3cars, I have I then went into the goods business : t H. G.) and having financial interest ii a life was very plecsSnt until four for their wives so the3 can makea lhing lived in this great metropolitan cit3', and Ezel for a short time, but owing to de- that town I shall make it my home. At years ago trie 12th day of this month in the poultry business if their husbands most of the time 1113- - activities have clining health I sold out the stoieat that present I am principal of the High school j my only daughter was called to her home will not assist them otherwise You will been directed along the lines of the legal place, I put most of my accounts in the at D akcboro for the fou.th consecutive; beyond, and on Februao 25th only a make no mistake in backing up the wo' profession. I have also given a pai t 1 f hands of a collector for collection and he ye vr. Wishing few da3's ago I gave up m3 wife who has men in the poultry business Two 3ears of m pedogolical career gone- - to meet nn daughter in a m3 time to State and National political succeeded in collecting what was coming b.ihtci the Herald much success I beg to remain, Ver truh 3ouis, affairs. M3 legal work has grown into to me. I bought out abusiness in North were spent in M:ss;ss"ppi the land of cot- world. Sam J. Elkins. such proportions that I am associating Middlctown, Ky. and moved my famity ton, mosquitoes and negroes. The ncg I am now left with three sons to mourn with me two of the ablest civil and crimi here and I think it was a good move for roes there out number the whit s 2 to 1. the loss of an only sister and mother and nal law3'ers in the West. The new firm we have had excellent health since we The whites complain of the scarcit of who can realize the lonliness of a home t Wellslon, M ch. March 3, 1917 name will be Stamper, Walker and Nev- have been here and have been vcr3 suc- negroes. The' it requires 1G negroes without, either. 1 tke this opportunity Dear Editor: ille. If a modicum of smcccss lsas come cessful in business. my friends" pud relatives of the to support ono while man, Hence the of As you wish to fill your paper with Now a few words about North Middle-towmy wa3', it has been b3 dent of hard loss which is mine and that they ma letters, I will add my mite. belief in "IG to 1." Kv. It is an old fashioned town on work and perseverance. We are havir g fair weather now but a My little gll Mary is a star (I think.) ever remember me. Again t hanking 3ou The activities of 3'our paper are cer- the Mt. Sterling and Paris pike, 12 miles for your kind letter, I am, ever our good coat of snow is still on the ground. and boy Jim BIHss a 100 pound bo3. tainly for the betterment of conditions from Mt. Sterling and 10 miles from Tar-i- s O. P. Fallen We havu had from twelve to eighteen Someday I shall ushir my Utile iloek friend. has about GOO inliabitants has a good and the uplift of the people of the State. niches of snow here all winter. I gurs into Hazel Green for a visit, i One of the most potent influences in the college and a fine church and is said to Roptfully 3ouis, Ardmore, Okla., this sounds rather cold to you all back is the newspaper. I be the nicest, cleanest town of an its Nation have an3 the:e. don't suppose John Glass Ncuce birth-plac- e Editor of the Ileirld: wish and predict large things for 3ou size in the State. It is che We thank 3011 for the privilege of snow now. I imagine 3ou have plcuty of some of our noted men, Burton W. and the Herald. something we don't Your reprints from the old files of the St ne the founder of the christian church Santa Ana Csl. Much G, 1917 writing to our friends through the col- of mud ard that is and is buried 5 milea from here at old Cone Editor Hazel Green Herald, of the Herald. We will tell you have for the snow stays on all winter umns Herald are like echoes from the past. I when it melts the wheat and grass arc about our town and location. We live am personally acquainted with the nam- Ridgi church, Joel T, Hort, the great Dear Editor: I'm wondering if Hazel Green and it's four miles south of Ardmore on the San-t- c nice and green. es and man3 of the happenings mention- sculptor lived here when a bo3 and two The people don't stop work here ot; ed. I wrote FIo'd Williams' Confession, chimueN's he built when a boT are still people c gladly welcoming sprit gtimc Fe railroad. We like this country fine account of snow. Our bo3 s have workstanding. Thomas, the father of Abra- once . gain? I'm sure the mild das are the climate is mild and healthful W. paper. and had his picture taken for ed all winter. The Eastern Michigan have cv'clones and sand storms but every A new generation is taking the place ham Lincoln helped build the old That- a trcat after such a sov re winter. Power Compan are building a dam of the older one, and I trust these 3'oung chers Water Mill whic!i Is stiil in use. Wu are cnjo3ingonc grand continua- one has a s.orm cellar and- kuovs when the river three miles from here and men and women will be wiser, better and Ex. Govcrno John Brown wrs burricd tion of fall an. spring. The rainy season to use them. When a charitable view is have about 300 men working there now, more splendidly equipped to render that i.i this town. John Smith and Alexand- is now over and it's one bright sunny-da- tiken of the country we think it bcats mean to emplo about a thousand more er Campbell have preached at the old of old Kentuck3 section of the State a real service. aftxr another, al: hough tl:c cool the briars and 'I he will be about is here christain Bran I should be delighted to hear, person-- 1 where thechurch. carried Stationwater to coast breeze blows ovar in the evenings We have a large tovj. and is still grow- this summer. ami dem fifectihigh. long women the ing. Five 3'e:ns ag'mvhen we came here 1000 feet of m3' old friends back ally, from man3 and chills the atmosphere considcrabh. We like Mich, fine it has such a fine kindness docs not the fent. there. Last Saturday I look an auto drive, of there was onh one automobile in town, climate, the water and air arc so pure There are mam other items of interost now there are nearly three thousand. the burdened spiril! Flowers on a cheer about eighty miles, to the city of San We own a house and two lots in town casket cast no fragrance backward over whicli I could rnent'onbut as raj letter Beimardin, Cal. The entire route was The finding of oil near town has been a and have been living here since we came getting long I will close. tbbnvcary way. Most great help, the oil icfincry is located to Mich, but we aim to try farming this one grand drivcwa, so to spesk. J. M. Murphy, Gorditilty and sir.ccrch', cver3 pike is bordered with date pnlms, here. There arc many beautiful build- season. We have sight3 acres of good North Middlctown, Kj weeping willow, camphor or cucalytus ings, the Federal Court-hous- e W. L. Stamper, and High land twelve miles north of here. Suite 418 Commonwealth Bldg., trcrs. Then looking beyond wo cou d School and Carneigie Library are among Best wishes for the Hciald and all our Denver, Golorado. Salt Lick, Kv., March S, 1917 sec orange orchard oltcr orchard loaded tnc prcttie t. To give you an idea of Kcntuck3 friends. with the bloom and ripe oranges at the what Kent uckians do here will tell 3'cu Mrs. J. D. Rose Editor Hazi'l Green Herald, Chanute Kansas, March 6th, 1917. Doer Sir: After reading the dear old same time; then still be3ond, the moun- some of the positions thc3 hold. We iving in Ardmore, Editor Hazel Green "Herald, Herald each week as soon as it arrives tains capped with snow, and to such a have an Croton, Ohio., March G, 1917. Dear Sir: and found that ou were giving a Home height that th'c3' seem to fade away in from Ky. The State Superintendent of I am in receipt of 3our letter, asking Coming Week, I appreciated that ven the clouds. On Sunday a party of us Public Schools, County Judge, City Sup Dear Mr. Hollon: I shall be ver3 glad to read the letters for a letter from one who has moved much, for I knew then I would be able took lunch and luggage and spent the erintendent of Schools, are from Ken- da3 at Laguna Beach, catching lobster tuckv Representative in State Legisla from old friends in the Herald of JIarch to hear from some of nrr dear old school I am glad to write a few lines to the mates and friends, whom I have not and star fish, wading and scaling the ture is a Morgan count3 boy. 15. I think I have nothing more to say Herald. I get the paper each week, and heard fiom for the past fifteen 3'ears. so I rough rocks. This is about fo:ty milis Any of our old friends or relatives who than what I wrote you some time ago, will sa3 3ou deserve an3 favor asked for, too am taking advantage of this oppo- from Santa Ana, and is said to be the would like to hear more about thecontry one of mv friends wrote me was publish as the paper 3ou are turning out is a rtune to let some of them know that I most beautiful beach along the coast. write and we will be glad to answer all ed some time ago, though 1 failed to recredit to most an wcckl3 paper. 1 am still living. I cnjo3 very much reading af H13 commercial work and letters. With best wishes we are, I can say ceive a cop3 of the paper. I leftKentuck3 November lf9D, came the H?ndd for in each issue there is news n3 cmplo3-c- r has asked me to sta3 with W. W. and Lennie Cecil Carpenter however that I have a warm place in my to Chanute the oil fields in 1901, of many of m3 school friends and ac him, but I still maintain that old Kenheart for Hazel Green and all her asso Have a citN school, and quaintances. tucky is good enough for me. Freeman, W. Va., Feb. 9, 1916 ciations and often rcmomber them with churches. During my 15 years here t I will begin to tell a little about mj- much pleasure, and 1 trust I ma3 get to Wishing you and all our readers much Hazel Green Herald, there has only been one man shot in self. I was former Lillian Satyer (or come back again fora visit. success, 1 am, Vco trul3, Dear Editor; town, he was dmnk. We seldom see a Lillie as I was called) lived at Ezel, MorVery sincerely, Rosalie Perkins gives me great pleasure in reph'ing It drunk man. We ha.ve a bone dry law gan couut3, went to school at H. G. A. Sylvia M. Siegfried to 3our request, as it has been some time that was enacted this winter, prohibits two years, when our dear teacher and Sulphu City, Ark., March 7, 1917 since I have written a letter of this kind you from having intoxicating liquor Jn Principal Prof. Cord was there, although Leesburg, Florida, March 4, 1917 or seen a copy of the "Dear Old Herald." posessioa iu any form or manner, now he like man3 othcis, arc numbered Editor Hazel Giccn Herald, 3'our I am glad to know it is back in exist- - Editor Hazel Ureen iieraia, Deir Sir: and prohibits R. R. from shipping it in. with the dead. Then after teaching and prosperous! I am down in the sunny south, of will be 3our I guess it will be a long time between doing stenographic work fora few years terPlease accept tm thanks forHerald. let ence and hope it is alwaysa a welcome Florida. I spent the winter here and publication as it to write t ) the asking me I I decided to change my occupation to drinks. to all subscribers. joyed it very well am going to my home We have a great oil field here, being housekeeping, so 00 the Sth of Juh 190R certainly appreciate the invitation to We have been living ie the coal fields ' at Mt. Sterling, the last of this month. part of Lansas run- I married Geo. J. Kautz of Salt Lick, re- write to my dear friends in Kcntuck3 located in south-ca- st Yours trulj, Va. for tnree years and now are ning on into Oklahoma, known as the sided in the little town for seven years through the columns of the Hoiald, es- of W. Rose Ellen PicraU at this time as I want to tell njo3ing the best of heal' h. .The coal field. The daily product- - years and now live in our new home on pecial able work which 3ou have so admirably begun. Yours with best wishes, CMr.) Roxie R. Rose. no ; vcith Jn. ncTr, ,c-- c nwaiU-I- UlUlif ;liUV UUKf IUCHCS ia.1V ' a farm about two miles east af Salt Lick ! them of the great lositf have just suffer- I must sa- - there is no woman happier or ed and to do so b phonal letters would has a better husband, he is a very bus' man, running a farm, a good drug busiI was born near Da sboro, K3'. and ness and foreman machincst and filer of am one of the many wanderers who have the Salt LJck Lumber Co. spent the greater parfi" of their lives in We have three children, two boys and exile far away from rieir relatives and a girl. All are enjojing good health so associates of tlrtir boyhood days. wh shoul.l I not be happy? I skirted west vhen'a young man, I am anxious to read the issue of Mar. Jand not knowinc where mv future 15 and thank the Editor for this rare op- - j home' would Ue or that the greater part portumt3 I enjoy reading Uncle Sam's 0f my life would be sp-n- t away from my poetry. parents and peogle. 1 cldom overheard Wishing you great success, I am, iruui my peopie m lucxy until some Yours very trul3', time ago when I begi n to receive the Mrs, Geo. J. Kautz Herald. You do notnow what comfort it is to me to reaSoi my old acofthe progress Drakcsboro, K3". March 3,1917. quaintances and to of your country, as tll since Hazel Green Herald, I went awa3'. The Herald recalls to mv Hazel Green K3., Jjhind thejiames of n)fiy acquaintances Fear Sir: i -; lrn -- ajthis, boy-hoo- twilkc I -- wm lsbould 1 I r The Basel Grwa HeraM, H3l Green, Ky. On hardly knows wht k sy 18 UKCLE SAM'S when he writer a ktler to be read hy oes Mt know, people, most of whom RHYMES personally. Bat. may that I think Ikmjflr the pond poojl ( the Keatacky make a living. When potatscs are $3.50 mm4jHf? That's why I'aaa writinj: per buseel, beans 15 cts.per pound, flour The Letters 11. Jt- 'm irinta are ii r "rerv $12. per barael, sugar 20 cents per The Bcraid this wmJc 4 nJrwntlr Mm thvKfBtnkiHB they are and other thines in nrooortion. . fawiyi table, patrMic) n4 WMild at H'itk ktiers that u mt trhM Im, We are expecting to leave here the drop of a hat,, and drop the hat AaJ aest hy pyie mr m4 Mr but do not know where we willlteeste. To ggfititckfcieafe tiy ImI s 4x-- f We will subscribe for the Herald when therwelvf!-- That oviebt to make them Yr&m nori awl s4h, Inm eat mmI us KentHckiaus. friendly with kt we are located again. Am T a Virginia? Hah, no! Just a They eoaws 1hk m a wtlta-a- t jPMat, W. P. says tell his friends that the , iU take W m . ; in an exile not I h&fe th war doesn't bother him at all as he is Kentucky muHtitaifK-erTo riMe thw aJi his chosiB. Trvi h S. Cohh has put safa he ,00 large to go and if ha did "Whoa! to mottrjiainrers ia the ''Paie Feud VoMl Mrs. S9mJm the man behind him " I do not think jf Le State, but lhi ma.ters rot for re- - MW & tone, ' brtstst-work- s. he is quite solid enough of titf ' Aa4 it took a company or, o Mfm gtid'a xrith raaa(4a?i-5- t With much success tn he Herakl.I r.m R-Guards from the mountairs to go out j O'er xkica the posr l Yours rcspectfuiiv, few years yn How old Mrs. AV. P. Cecil tnto Irvin's country; 1 mm gt th and put down, the lawksftacse or the Of Tatrkk XcGfety i hw stuck, Nij:ht Rider, Sehd! v 1A Ihiw tht kid played with the f re Nixon, Texas, March 7th 1917 It is enough that I fend eve3VKly ia Thaatt!s ha4ehw emt p higher.. James I. Hollon Editor, the mountains my sinctre greeting? Hazel Green Herald, How Mrs. Drewa wW earrMstJy cmx and he the pardon of every one of yoa '4 Hazel Green, Kentuck3', . Her fat old rraa to quit his aoMkt, that I r.m not richt bow up there in For Dear Mr. Hollon: tiartotiaeeK mMa't God's own country. she Biixrd hi tea. with Cl-eI beg to acknowledge receipt of your Josinh II. Coaib?, letter of tha 24th of Februarj and conAmi other gens of ferilliaa-- tatfe "Richmond' Va. tents noted. I think your suggestion of N. & Severs!" ieop'e.-g- t hurt around Are ia the columns WiaiiAtHy y kiead, a hone coming for is a If cue won't suit another will here between the year 1 SGI 65. good one and I am glad to avail myself 3j keep on rcadia; while tite hafcy'a stilt Mt. Sterling, Ky , March 2, 19!7. of the opportnnity to write a letter to Lest 1 target, I'll state ee thiag the Herald so my Kentucky friends mty aTr, "?mes I Hollor My description way lack the tnt4hAiI know where I am and how I am getting Dear Pir I have ben, reader of The along. I left Kentucky the latter part Hazel Green lleralU ever since it was Ol nh! ytij Smith a McGi4y Im of June 1903 and can& where I first published anjll a 'utsiriber for And of the m is who'd awoke ad ehew. I have resided since. I have visited the aiaetcpn years. It has given mt--a treat Also the kM burned by the Ire Blue Grass State twice since and we ex- pleasure to red the letter? fjom various Who climbed the velvet step f highar. pect to make another visit this summer. pirUi.f the country. Alorgjin and Welfe And of the cow who iliei with aches Mr. Editor the space in 3our paper is too counties are v r ntsf to me and I leve At the btrcher shop yeall led her- - steaks. valuable for me to write a long letter and the dear, good jh ople ihie. It has beea So other paper in this wide werld of course 3ou desire to print all the let- a little over nine yfas Mnce I Irft ihre. Has aach-aarray as thLt The Herald ters 3ou receive from your subscribers I bonaht and moved here in a strange Of letters rich on land r ses residing away from the land of theii neighbirhol butransay I have found Bet O, alas 110 ue case Icr rate. nativit3. I have never regretted com- aumoers of friend.. I we the mountais 1mci.eSax. ing to Texas. When 1 came to Nizon 1 peopie are filling up this county fast. I associated m3rself with the good reliable am located seven milea north of Mt. wide awake business associates and to Sterling, four miles frnrn Sharrsnurj;, gether we have all "prospered and worked in the Maysville pike. We attrm! Sun in harmony. Besides my banking duti- day school and chur-;at Sharp-bur- g. AlNWKEMEfrc es I have built up a nice Insurance The three oldest children eo to schoo Agency in our town and I represent a at Mt. Sterling to the cmnty High a Cattle Loan Co , which pays me well School. We have a yplesdid conaty We areautboriaed ta wnnntt 0'4CV for tnc time consumed. frar-ega- j High School ?nd the country eofk es- TAULBEEsa You are giving the readers of Herald pecially, are takhig a Leg islati V in it. tative in tlte Slt real valuable news for their money and Today i. the 1& li anniveisary of my ubject to the priaMry, Avgy the people of Wolfe and Morgan counties married life. J tUlaY theL. . J1 ffci 1 JIUi subscribe and pay you for the has biff tri r f ae actttorj" Isy g in, ! rt49 B-it- " fv-- r t,f ir ril rhr. kk; . -z-is . . ' t - rg, eaKe If 11 afr-Jiav- : j m,,! vrl ! the en iifeav r WIH- cive up 1113' comijanion ar.d was left to fi'htthf battle vJitli my five dear cbil- dien, wl olv the main difficult problems that rontmnt me rv ry day. I take taem to thf Iorl and find him a help in time of trouble. We !:ve had good health and the cbil and done everydren have gone to a; py that thing to make the. home c uld he done. This has len a profpewni yar, tobacco has been so hiph. Coin is selling 1 t 1 wtTcyBsj? We arc authorized to announce W. S. rUTT as a candidate for CountyCourt uiurK, suojeci to me win or ii.e aerfie-- r oratic voters at the Aug. primary. We are authorized to aunounce, DUFF, of Gimpton, as a candidate fofet ? '.Jounty Attorney of Wolfe County, sulJN 5ect to the Democratic primary August 1917. W are authorized to announce T: n w for six dollar.", per barrt-J- . Wishing nil the readers of The Herab 1 LEE-BER-X iuecJs, I am Your sincere h. .!. W. Cecil. ALLKX as a candidate for Goun- - y Attornoy to-da- 3' 1 a-- - 1 Post-morte- m j-- Elkins. Ky., March S, 1917. Heiailt. all your aulccriberf As you to write I will have to us 1 am an old suleriber and being for three yeaia a resident of your town fel it ny dutv to respond with a Rhort Inter. I" leaving your town I movrd to Montgomery countv and prospered there for eight vrara and Ist nearly everything I had by fire ovt-- r $2,Ck'u. I tame to hlkin very much out of heart to start anew and nm now happy domiciled in a nivr home Jnd businrm ud gettinjr on my feet again and will say to mv old Huzel Green in- - nd- - thatthe latch string hangsut same as wheipi livrd mong 30U': nin always j:l..dpi net the H2zel Grien tlerald, sme times my wile ami 1113 who cat self will tear the pajwr o it fust. My un i? with mi get to no we are kept lmy miMt time s w carry a very good stock of country and I he is postum-trI. & N. l freight areiit fur tl-ticket au railroad with busimss at the htation. like u B big in 'Mark cunty w were honored :iH is unon the b sli-- ' s eouotnu ami I can speak f neighlHirlniod ss one among i3 o our t a? 1 ever saw any wheie. A grt-aeople live in Clarl many Wolfe county cmnty, among the latest U Willie Dax from lHlheI just moved in and W. t Henry trom Morgan county. With besr wishes for II. G. A. and H. G. II. I am yours truly, .1. U Cicil of Wolfe Count3 subject tp.J he Democratic Primary, Augtost 4, I9L7 Elitnr HG We are authorized to announce J.t M. TESTER as n candidote for County of Wolfe Count3 subject tc the: Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917' At-tor- We ar authorizctl to announcqE F WH1SMAN as a amdldate for As&fpr iubject to the Democratic primary) Atig-i- st 1917. - We are authorized to announce ESJ. CREECH as a. candidate for Asscssp , subject to the action of the Democratic irimary , Aug. 4, 4917. We are authorized to announce JRcV. JAMES NICKELL as a candidatefor Assessor of Wolfe County subject tjj the vi of thcvotois at tlic Rrpublfcant 1 r -nnry. Augitst 4, 19i7 We arc authorized1 to anncuncc JEFF HHKvYER, of Neola. as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe County, subject to the Democratic primary Aug 4. We arc authorized to announce W. J. DUNN, ns a candidate for Junta f Wo'fe County, subject to the Democrat c rimary Augitst 4 1917. We are authorized to announce SBT-1.0 SWANGO s a candidate- - for Sheriff of Wolfe Count3 subject to the Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 r fl blue-gras- nicely-situate- I Tellico Plairs.Tcnn.. R. F. D. 2o. i Editor Hazel Grte Herald, I am truly thankful tor rcct ivirg th the invitation to vrite to b;rth-plae- Herald, rs first Hazel Green h my school and Sunday school days. I can comsee Uncle Willie Mizc. our teacher, ing up the aisle to greet the card class. I remember how sad I was when I grew too large for the class. T sometimes think if I am fortunate enough to reach heaven that he will be with the angels to greet the infant class. We have two children and take them to Sunday scnool every Sunda3. I nm now teacher of the card. class which I enjov very much. Wishing the Herald much success, lam, Loula M. Tvlcr IsbUl 1 e, Mt. Sterling. Ky. JIarch, 2, 1917 I. Ilollon Editor, Hazel Green Ky. Dear Sir: I have been reading the Herald for twenty vears and alwa3s anxious .to get it. I get more news out of it than I can from a letter. 1 have had lagrippe thfe winter but am able to be out again. I rcmaiq your f fie ad, Mr. James ' Ady Ud-- X 4 f THE HAZEU GREEN HERALD i til ME HERALD. Published Every Thursday at Hazel Green, Ky. Official Paper of Wolfe County. do and ksntucky Railway. 31. Notice of Sale. WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT. I. CONtEY, SOUTH Receiver. No. 16. Oct. 3!. 19(5. BOUND No 17 Daily A.M. 7 7 8 8 8 S STATIONS No. 19 Daily P.M. 1 30 1 42 1 50 JAMES I. HOLLON, Editor. Subscription Licking River. Price, One Dollar a Year. Maloac Caney- fennel City Entered as second-clas- s matter Septem Helechawa ber 6, 19J6, st the at Hazel Lee City- .Green, Kentucky, under the Act of March Wilhhrst 0. t K. J unction. 3, 1879. post-offi- Index - 40 52 00 17 8 9 9 22 42 48 16 45 2 2 2 2 3 3 08 12 31 37 Ot 35 ment and 6 per cent interest from date of sale until paid. Bidders will be preJ. Taylor Day, Plaintiff, pared to comply promptly. I Judgment ys. Givan under my hand as Master ComS. J. Wells, etc., Defendants. missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court, this the 13th day of March, 1917. J. L. HORTON, VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT BY Order of Sale of the Wolfe Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court. Circuit Court, rendered at its September term, 11'. 6, in tbe above styled case, I will, on the Uuion Foint, Ga. 2n4 DAY OF APRIL, 1917, being County Court day, betwepn the it hours of 1 and 4 o'clock p. m., at the front door of the courthouse in the town acre, more or less. The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved personal security, for the purchase price, with a Hen retained on said land to secure the pay- The Home Of Good "Work. We only use the best of inks Any color you desire, With grades of paper hard to beat And these you will admire. H. C. A. PLAY to he given by the the best of workmen Who skillfully Will do your jobs with finished taste In any style you state. We have We cater to the Mountain trade And oh we make it plain, When yon have seen our peerless work 'We know you'll come again. Drop in sometime and take a peep At samples lair and bright, Which we will gladly show to all Who want their priuting right. So1 I Athletic Association tf the Hazel Green Academy, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917, IN TWO PARTS. Editor Hazel Green Herald, Dear Sir: Since T have had my name on your subscription list, I have been enjoying greatly the news you givs, both of current events and the itemB from the Jackson j $1.00 a Year in Advance. NORTH STATIONS BOUND No. 20 Daily P. M. 4 5 5 5 6 55 24 52 53 15 , No. 18 , Daily No. Daily 16 A . M. Jackson O. &K. Junction. M of Campton, Wolfe county, Kentucky, sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six months, a certaiu tract or parcel of land, lying and being in Wolfe county, Kentucky, and on the waters of Stillwater, describ- don't forget this is the home Where artistic work is done, If simple cards or the prettiest design We'll please you all by gum. Now in conclusion I will say For every job so bright, We will not take your purse away But prices will be right. "A ST. PATRICK CELEBRATION" " HUNGARIAN A SEMI-MUSIC- WARBLERS 55 THURSDAY, Lee City Helcchawa Caunel City- Caney Malone : : MARCH 15, 1917. Index ; Licking River-.- ., Wilhurst., 11 30 11 00 11 28 11 34 12 10 12 15 12 32 12 39 12 50 6 50 6 55 7 12 7 20 7 30 Elsewhere in this appears the announcement of W. J. Dunn for the democratic nomination for jailer of Wolfe county, subject to the action of the coming August primary. Mr. Dunn is a loyal democrat, one who never falters or fails his party or its nominees, and a man who is well qualified for the office which he seeks. He is a good farmer and business man, strictly honest, and in every respect a progressive citizen. He is connected with some of the largest and most influential democratic families in the county and is very popular with all who know him or come in contact with him in a business or social way. He has been content to labor all these years, he being 54 years old, for the good of the party and the success of its principles without office or reward, never at any time failing or refusing to respond with his time and means to the call of his party or its nominees in time of need and danger. He lives on Holly Creek, and that section of the country has never been greedy for county offices and has had very little recognition at the hands of the party in the past. Mr. Dunn will be a strong man in this race, and we heartil'' commend him to the careful consider ation of the democracy of the country for this important of-nee. ed as follows : Beginning on a black gum, James Tutt's corner, on the ridge above his hou.e, thence with Tutt'a line u 43 w 21 po to two services and a locust; n 14 w 12 po to two chestnut oaks; n 72 w 18 po to two small hickories; n 68 w 27 po to a dogwood and lynn; s 67 w 15 po to a poplar; s 40 w 18 po to hickory, a corner to A. Swango'a old survey; thence with the same, s 28 w 38 po to a mnple and chestnut oak; s 47 w 51 po te two chestnut oaks; s 5 w 52 po, crossing the head of the branch, to a chestnut on the ridge; s 85 e 18 po to a hickory; a 56 e 74 po to a white oak; s 78 c 30 po to a whita oak and do. wood; r GO e 4 po to a dead poplar and two old white oaks, cornar to R. M. Pieratt's land; thence with same w 24 po to hickory and dogwood; s 44 e 12 po to a white oak; u 77 e!7 po to two dogwoods; s 74 el8 po to a locust; s 32 e 28 po to a sr.urwood; & 57 c 66 po to a stae in the county road near the forks of Stillwater: n 66 e 29 po to a white oak and hickory; u 87 e 46 po to a chestnut oak and hickory; n 48 w 15 to three chestnut oaks; n 14 w poles to a chestnut oak, corner to J. M. Pieratt; n 69 w 50 po to a bech; n 72 w 14 po, n 82 w 72 po, n 73 w 76 po to a black gum; n 13 w 75 po to a chestnut oak;, u 45 e 26 po the beginning and being the same tract of land conveyed by James H. Harman and wife to S. J. Wells, by deed dated November 25, 1879, and recorded in Wolfe county County Court Clerk's office, or enough thereof to settle a judgment of 125 past reprinted a generation later. Some of your old readers may AND ALTOGETHER HUMOROUS PROGRAM remember me ns the young PresbyUxcle Sam. terian preacher who came to HazCreston, la., March C. el Green from Georgia with his Hazel Green Herald, Hazel Green, Ky. I received your invitation to write aletier wife and baby in 18S3. I lived to the Dear Old Herald, and I will try to there two years, an my oldest help make this issue of The Ilcrald, March "Home Coming ' I will write a OOO, daughter claims Hazel Grpen as 15, a real to few iints let my old time lricnds and her birth placfe-fothere were two neighbors hear from me through your most babies to loolc'after when I moved valuable naper. county, Kentucky, in I to Grayson. I was in Carter and left Wolfe Oklahoma; staid there 1910, weut to two' CGUtlty two years, then went to years, both years being failures and my T remained eight ;bank account running low, I decided m Jackson wha come Iowa, J' Florida sixteen about 30 minutes to on the tofirst train,andnotI years; then loaded out of there years, now here in Georgia again. knowing any one when I landed. I felt of the world. But My oldest Fon-- a Floridiau is iu like 1towas out good country and I found; Iowa. be a pleutyofj college, and tbe young preacher is goo people and I soon got acquainted with now an old poacher, and a ven some of them and hare as good friends here as any one needs to have. erable grandfather! I have been here four years and doncvery s 1 Was receiV3d in Hazel Urei'U well, butl will not farm any this year as "4 iu 4K"iu witn a warm welcome by all witu-- j . 5t out respect toiheir denomination- - t5m 00(1 POUU- ,inP(, t 1 7:30 P. M. Admission, 15c. c 1 r r Job Printing can only be done satisfactorily j By Experts. We have them in our employ and turn out the work promptly in first class style at reasonable prices. 1 1 ' 1 .. 1 : .. Ul UUlJIieUUUUJ UUU T JL WU3 U1UUU .1 i try and I IU was offered a $2,000 job and that i feel We ourselves have very littel to saytHis week. We are letting our friends do the "saying" for us. We believe you would rather read what they have to say than what we rould say anyway. However we are going to take enough ne and soacc to thank those who so kindlv srmt, in lpr.tnrs x j n. with interest at the rate of 6 percent from Ajril 9, 19il, and $15 7U costs therein expended. The purchaser will bo required to give bond, with approved personal security, for the purchase price, with a lieu retained on said land to secure the payment and 6 per cent interest from date of sale unti! paid. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly. Given under my hand as Master Com missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court this the 13th day of March, 1917. J. L. HORTON, Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court. Notice of Sale. WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT. tt i,i xr i.i: .i n M. i All looked good to me. I can complete this j the first. the remained in Ky. the dough is in the light I will stay. I was back iniHazel Green wheu- - This is a good country, but the wiuterr ever possible, for it has always are very ccld 40 degrees below zero being been one of tSe places that was ery common. high for a poor man to buy. Land is too HOME; a preacoer's home consists It is worth from $125 to $300 per acre. 1 of quite a numoer of places as the will give you a few prices of now stock and produce sells here: Horses $150 to $260; years go by. "7 milk cows, $S5 to $125, this is grades; hogs When I came to Hazel Green it $13 per 100; sheep $12.20 to $IS a head; was by the old wty for freight and corn SI per bushel; oats 60c per bushel; passengers, by wagon from Roth-we- ll clover seed $2.50 per bushel; hay $12 per 40c per per across the big hill near ton; p 3tatoes $3 see bushel, eggs dozed So you it costs something to French burg fifrfren I left I believe live h ;re in Iowa. I have Deen in 16 differTorrent was your B. R. Station. ent st: tes since I left Kentucky, but of all Now I see you have one much the west I like Iowa the best. This leaves all well and doing well. 1 nearer. Maybe'the R. R. for Hazel have t lten heard s ml a rolling stone gathGreen which 'iras thw&Rxeam of ers no1 moss, aud my advice to anyone conCol. Samuel when I cftmW to Ky. templating a change of locatiou is to thluk twice before you act and if vour present JK.l may someday pq a rgjltty; if not circumstani3 nottoo bad stuy by your home4r-oyears I have- at Give Us a Trial Order , The Hazel Green Herald, Hazel Green, Ky. t j OOO Notice of game warden. By order and direction of J. Quincy Ward, Executive Agent of the Game and Fish Department at Frankfort I call upon all the hunters and farmers of District No 2S composed of tho counties of Elliott, Magoffin, Morgan and Wolfe to feed and protect song and insectivorr ious ouaiUand other game birds white the gruttndisovejeo with edge of the woodland and cloan , uh wuuuaiiinir tnem unti vsJudgment they are all in. This is our first attempt at this sort of thin" H. K. Nickell, etc,, Defendants. and of course we did not know how to handle it. We are OP A JUDGMENT planing to have our next "Home Coming" edition during BY VIRTUE of Sale of the Wolfe Order Circuit Court, reudered at its September Christinas week. We will ask all those who wish to term, 19 10, in the above styled case, I to send in their letters a week or more in advance will, on the 2nd DAY 0? APRIL, 1917, so that we can get them all in one issue if it takes eight it being County Court day, between the pages. We need time for this kind of an issue. In so fai- hours of and 4 o'clock p. m., at the front door of ns we know we have a patent on this sort of Ihing. We of Campton, the rourthout-- in the town Wolfe county, Kentucky, hope to get our feet planted just right, our tobacco on the sell at public outcry to the highest and b st bidder, credit six right side, spit on our hands and give you a good country certain tract on aparcel ofoflaud, month, or lying and" being paper ore of these daTs and we sincerely hope everv caie on in Wolfe county, Kentucky, and the waters of Red river, am de will join in and help us. scribed as fullowa: xA-pta- , ti u iuu ivccij J. Taylor Day, Plaintiff, - at Iio distanVo: nearftest greeting and t bess.t wishes to jourself and your readers, and not doubting that the With people of Hazel Green will always be advancing iti every way, unless e it be improvement on their hospitality and kindness which it will bd hard to surpass, 1 am most cordially yours, Eugene P. Mickel. T wamug Aim xieraiu llopin ? to see many letters from my ST.01 success, I am your friend and neighcor, P. P. Clark. 7 ".V old: TnP anu lis siau mucn con-tribu- te 1 Hulchinson,Ky.,March 1,1017. Mr. J 1. Hollou, Hazel Green, Ivy ATTENTION, COMBSES! Dear Sir Your letter just received asking for a word to The Herald. I lived in Wolfe couuty A few days ngo we received a two yeais, from September 1S99 very interesting letter from Prof. Josiah H. Comb?, of Richmond, to September 1901, and during Ya., who is going to publish an thattime vra9 pastor of the Methodist-authoritative History of tb Combs church in Campton. Bud it Family by a scries of articles in was during my thirteen years' The Hazel Green Herald. He says counin Jacks u, Breathitt things are coming his way and that ty, that I became interested and be will in the near future have acquainted in Wolfe. Many of my the first article ready for publicabest friends have passed away, for tion and asks his friends to be patesi-dence it was from 1S82 to 1S95 that I have leav- tient nindu thfir acquaintance. I the Bluo Grass since boon in proprrly. as it takes a great deal of lime and study to work out things thence with the drain and Frank DukV. line, crossing the blate road to Red river; thence down Red river to Edd Little's line; thence with Edd Littlejand Wayne Parks' line, crossing the State road to the top or the ridge, to Miles Nickell' line; thence with Mi!e XicLell's line to the place of beginning, containing 50 acres, more or Ie.s, or enough thereof to settle a judgnient jf $100 with interest at the rate of f per cent from the 12th day of July. 18S7. subiect m th. fnl !..... ing credits: Febiu.irv 9, 1D0U, credit of $1 ; January jiio, credit of $G4'J;i October 2i, 19(8, dit of $50. The purchaser n ill be required to give bond with approved personal security, for the purchase pr:ce,with a lieu re tained on said land, to secure the pay. went .and B per cent interest, from dale IJpgmning at a small chestnut tree, a corner to Frank Duks line on top of ridge on Morgan and Wolfe county Hup- - i j Mill Grove. Mo., 3 Hazel Green Ilcrald, Hazel Green, Ky. Dear Editor We gladly acept your inold-timvitation to write a letter for your "Home Coming" edition. My wife and I having both been raised in Wolfe county and both being lornier students of Hazel Green .Vcad- - j etuy, we natur rly have many fond associa- lions about Hazjl Green and the scenes of our childhood homes. My wife was for-- ' Bristol, Fla., March 5, '17. merly Nora Cruey of Daysboro. We have Editor Hazel Green Herald, Hazel been away from Kentucky about ten years, Green, Ky. six years of this time we lived in New Dear Editor I gladly join in Mexico. We are farming here and I am a tho ch rus that will be cumins member 'and stockholder of the Carter from the southland to swell the County Development Co , which is putting' n- cl,,umi)8 of be. Herald fcr March down the first test well iu Carter county.' 15th, Likely you will hear from We have three children, two boys and one seven other fornier citizens of Ha- - girl, ages 3, o and 7 years. We live in the zel Green or students of H. G. A., great corn Mid bluegrass belt of North Mis who aro now In the peninsula souri, where we have good roads aud every farmer has a car. We had a very dry and state. Mr. and Mrs, Harlan Brown cold, winter pra tically no snow. We ci joy reading the Dear Old Herald who attended II, G. A, several terms and who taught in our and about the doings of the many people we know, had grnded school this year, having forgotteh. tome of whom we to long since We would know what finished tliMir work are preparing Ik came of Mr. Cooper, like former editor. the to leave for their home in KenWith jjese wishes for the success of 'J he tucky. Herald, and kind regards to our dear old To my friends in and around friends, ivemain, yours sincerely, Hazol Green whd remember that 1 Mr. and Mrs A. J. Ma.ldox. was in vory poor health while (Col. Spencer Cooper died at the Daton, there, I am glad lo say that I am O., Soldiers Home about a year ago and hi f rauch Btroi'ger now. have been body ws brought to Hazel Green and laid betide tllat of his who able to preach, teftch and farm be- - preceded him about two years. Ed ) had j j small plots of ground and scatter corn, wheat, bran, oats or any small grain. I urge thi3 as a moral obligation as well as to provide sport and food when the hunting seas, on is on. O. S. Rosp, District Game Warden. I M Mr .'. HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY, An ideal School in an ideal . Srls of Eastern Kentucky. o town for boys and . W; STRICT DISCIPLINE. a HIGH, CLEAN, HEALTHFUL LOCATION, OVERLOOKING HAZEL GREEN AND BEAUTIFUL RED RIVER VALLEY. & IfejJ I m ?i W , : flfifl r.,...;.-...,.l.ri!noil trfipliori t 3 Wj school, norniol, musical, mnnucl twining awl domestic science courses ,w"" iiw 'i mm 115", per wex. j.uloa, 51.2o vS r month upt to fifth grade ; S2 00 per month above fifth snute. Spccia ill pT: (jj, tuition rates by the term. Not nin for profit, but for tho good of moun- - It'Ji -. i& Jlin hflYS Jltlfl firls. Vnll 'form iic cln.u1 -- .... .w..ujuo,oWi. T7".. i . j ilk any iumc t-unuar i rvi .Luct direction of Christian Women's Board of Missions r T a or . T P-- Steam heat, electric lights and tested cistern water U drink, flomc comforts. Refined, cultured and Christian atmaanhart Snn;i Aft- , -- i tion to good manners and social intercourse. University college gb mi nS ad .... "t 4. inionxmiion write to I j Bed J. . , T. McG. befer-eighth- p; nazei urcen. Kentucky. IRVEY, Principal. ing Camp ton, serving various churches as pnstor. I am now living in Bourbon county, seven miles from Paris acd eleven miles from Lexington on the L. & N railroad where I would be pleased to meet any of my Wolfe county friends at any time. My health is excellent and I am doing about as much work as in former years. I would be glad to have a letter from ati3r of my old frionde. Fraternally, J. J. Dickey. Farmer Oity, 111.. March Mr. James T.nollon 10 17 Hazel Green, Ky. I am a subscriber to the Dear Old Herald it is sure a welomo visitor to our home each week. We enjoy roading the news from our eld Kentucky friends in aud Hazel Green. This is a fine country and we are all well satisfied here. Wishing the Herald and its manr roadrs much success in the phia. This letter contained murh valuable data. Mr. Gilbert Reynolds Combos mother has placed at Jonah's command all her great collection of data on the Combs family. He is in communication with Rev. (Jeorge If. Comb?, of Kansas C ily, Mo., who no doubt will be of assistance. Josiah a.ks all those who know anything of interest about tbe family to forward such information to him at 225 Cowardin Avenue, Richmond, Ya. You should also send the names and addresses of any of the Combses of your acquaintance to The Hazel Green Herald in order that ve may send them sample copies. There were certain expenses that had to be met in order to obtain some material from London, England, airt ifeiifltor Thomas A. Comb, of Lexington, kindly guaranteed the necessary finances and bis generosity shjuld be appreciated bv all. ' He informed us that he bad received a very interesting and valuable letter from Gilbert Reyuolds Combs, head of the great Combs Conservatory of Mu.ic, Philadel- future Mrs, fs. H. Klsm Mr. Jnmis I. Ilollon, Editor Hazel Green nave proacneu II. raid. Given under my hand as Master Com- since coming Here, Ihinl the idea good for all the readers missioner of Wolfe Circuit Court, this, regularly, have taught twenty-on- e ol the Ibkzel Green Herald to wrifp vnn. Tf. the 13th dav of March, 1917. tbirty-on- e Ollt of the months puts us iu touh wiih old friends. Iti- J. J, HORTON, Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court. since I have beenin the Statu and "vj "" work. I have done considerable farming: up hisMr. Cooper am g'ad that it is so, for when passed to the other shore, I find farming a pleasant and we find one able and wdling in the person I. on work profitable occupation here and of Mr. JamesThe Ilollon to carry like his letter and give us Herald. It is a from home. I enjor the items Irom the old there are good oponiiigs for teachHeralds so very cinch. I would like to WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT. ers. know why John W. Morton, of Motville. ! York, Wo especially like this part of Few of the I'oxr!,is interested in the his tory Combs family? Whose son is - Josiah H Combs, who is going to continue S. F. Allin, etc., Plaintiffs, the State because of its Inch elova vs. Judgment ritift tori i if tt o nri nnnrrat-- in in- - assassinated in Hazard, Perry county, Ky., O. C. Stamper, etc., Defendants. years aro. do not vervmneh habitants but witli all our pleat severalthe different I families,know would like about but xo, also G. R. Combs ant surtouudings, our thoughts Park Avenue Methodist VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT often revert to the little village cf success for church, Lexington, Ky. I every reader of the Hazel Green Order of Sale of the Wi.lfe Editor. Circuit Court, rendeicd at its Febrnaiy Hazel Green and the happy times Hertld and for yourself Mr.Sue Mrs. G.Polk, term, 1917, in the above styled ca.e, I we had there aud wo eagerly lock 72S Shelby street, will, on the Franktort, Ky. forward to tho tima when we will 2nd DAY OF APRIL, 1917, Dear Old Herald, Hazel Green, Ky. get to lay down our work here to I am giad to it beinc Couuty Court day, between the cntr the Home Coming issue hours of and 4 o'clock p. in., at the pay a visit to our friends there. of your paper, as rcadiaa The Herald is front door of the cnu: thousc in the town Mrs. Long aud El wood join in like getting a letter from home, ard I think of Campton, Wolfe county, Kentucky, sending love and best wishes to the plan of Home Coming a good one, as it fell at public outcry to the highest and gives us all who have left the Old Homebest bidder, on a credit of six months, all. Very truly yours, stead a chauca to hear from each other. a certain town lot, lying and being in I like Widchester for a town and dark E. C. Lone:. the town of Campion, Wolfe county, county is hard lo beat for a home. Though Kentucky, aud lying on the north side of Plummer street, adjoining the lot of e Homestead in Montana the association of friends and relatives in Wolfe and adjoining counties holds fresh in T. l'. Jfewell, and bounded and described new law just passed. Nev towns, my os follows : Beginning t a rock walk, meuiery and I would be glad to have a thence a north direction to a set stone; Bu8inefs Opportunities Send 25c talk with al of them. thence a wet direction to a set stone; With bast wishes for The Heratd and its! thence a south direction a straight line for maps and information. Ad- readers, I bm, yours trnly. Ont-jQOto a rock walk; thence with the street dress, TJ. S. Commissioner, ueo, W, Robinson. to the beginning copti;ng Qoe hslf J. i l 1 j Z Ki:ZZ - Notice of Sale. m '' I will pay this sum of any Watch or Clock: which I can not put in good running order. DO ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY WORK. The public is cordially invited ti call and sro 1110 when in need of expert watch or clock repairing. All work guaranteed Send l.y insured parcel posl. BY wi-s- At Bridge. W. B. LARKINS, JACKSON, KY. ' 1 JOHN W. DEAN, Genera! Contractor and Builder I have been in the contracting business for years andam prepared and knoir how to do your stone and cement work properly. I make a specialty of nice cement walks and if you need any work of that kind Write to me. Will JACKSOX, KENTUCKY. G40-Acr- k, Montf furnish bond that my work will and according to contract. be satisfactory f t THE HAZEL I GREEN HERALD M mm: 1 U n I 1- - - I MARKET PRICES Is Resorted Flour Crackers Sugar Vienna Sausare Cheese by Swii Brothers 22u 10 40 10 10 10 10 IS 25 Oysters Vi'hole grain head rice...7J voaee. loose roast Post To&$tXM 3 nr Chipped Beef and Peanut b'utter To .X bweet and Sour Pickle Snow King Baking Powders! .....".!!"!" 10 25 g for 25 i"E x owaers Alt Soaps, 3 for o Salmon, pink, 15 Dried Peaches ......".T."! ......... w' Sweet Potatoes ...T.V.V.V, Aprico is ......... ......... . "Van Camps Hominv Prunes Corn "; ... ... ... 15 Kaut ...7."".".. . Pink and colored beans Flaked Hominy ...........184.108.40.206. " 5 ilacaronia ..... ... 1 iwuner jye in Borax .... 10 Dates, Raisins, Figs, Mince meat"audJoll-- o Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Candies and fm 15 20 ... 15 .... 20 .... 10 (Jakes. Sugar is the highest it ever has been. An advance on Flour is alant an ever day occurence. 3Ieat and Lard are 2 cents on the pound higher than it ever ras before, from ten tO fnrhr hncalo fn fha Vermillion, Kas., Mar. 5, 1917. Chandler, Okla., March 6, 1917 Herald." The Herald. Hazel Green. Kr., acre, cotton from nnft.hlF tn a Editor Hazel Green Herald, When I came to Muskogee it; .. ij r are ,and to an my uiu 'fuu . . Dear Sir: bale to the acr. Wo was a city cf fourteen thousand "With reference to your invita- population. Now it is a city of kinds of fine farming tools. We myself, gone to some other state, tion to write a letter to the Dear over forty thousand. never walk and plow. We work and there taken op their abod This is a great oil and gas counold Herald to join the home comSo in the first place I wish to from four to six horses abreast, ing letters, for which invitation try. It is also a good farming thank Mr. Hollon for getting np There U lots of steam plow3 here The principal crops appreciate very much. There ";thiB plal) 1 think it grand to be! and about of the farmers are lots of Kentucky people here!00' oals' whect' cottoD' lfalfa able to hear from our old friends,! have autos, its a fiue country to ana as we were neigebors in Ken- . srood. lbat we . haven't heard from for at run them in as the roads are 0 tncky we are neighbors hero. The ' The ffmers re trough sowing j Iook the wheat here is looking good.' f v.i ons are praty well represented:13 U11U UIB forward to the fifteenth of March, I can see thousands of acres from j Here as I have three brothers aud toes now. 'when the Dear Old Herald will my place. Well I guess I will With best wishes for The Her- a nephew here they are George, leave Hazel Green on its mission stop as I am thking too muoh Press and Daniel Wilson and one i alu, I remain, to carry the glad news to almost snace. Mr?. Jos 10 Wilson, Land here is worth from nephew S. W. Wihcn the son of every state in the Union. I hope fifteen R. F. D. 3 Box So. to fifty dollars per acre, so James Wilson. There are D. D. thu5e who hav M lh.e? wiU, re" Brackettville,Tex ,Mar.l0,'17 Landsaw and family, J! H, Chapspona to tne can auu mhib & snort Yonra ncnoHn Ip pie and f amity, Mrs. 0. O. Gard-we- Editor Hazel Green Herald. Hazel letter to The Jderaiu, then each b. H. McQuinn. Green, Ky and family, Frank Murphy one will know where all their old Catarrh Ponnnt Xia Dear Editor Complying with and family, John Strong and famauu With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they time ,r,euus uia ily, C. O. Burgess and family, John vnnr request fhnf eeryone ahsPlit reach the seat or the disease. w,n isCatarrh Is a local disease. creatU- lnTI......1 n-- r f l,.inr tib SO . dOlllg We ., .make tho - fluenced by constitutional conditions,- and. iu'ui naici vjicsru nmc a ichcj. iu sue ot tne ntteenm a ,nome com- uay aDd family, J. C, Doses at d in order :a cure TrVAT, must T.tl an be published remedy. Hall's iami..ur. A cbolas aud family submitting a :n your paper, I am . ng event, and now to all who live Internal taken Internally Catarrh Medicine Is and acts thru f;w lines which, 1 nnd i 103d Stead ham and family on the mucous the ? latadietainee I would suggest that the blood Hall's Catarrh surfaces of was system. Medieina Ueall love Kentucky and ,ve behevi.'. will be appreciated by my in the future that wo in this country for years. It is com- ; love our homos iu Okla, No doubt friends in Hazal Creen. 'subscription luuy paia up na some of the best"JSn , am now. and have been fori , ' ! ! rtc Everybody Reads I ''THE one-thi- rd ""P1 j ; i II Ml luu Advertisements IN" J Hi THE M 1 1, 11 j ! I I J i I a! mm va a HII i Ml hlMUli BCfl IIULUi U1UUII IIm-- Herald U j ! Ml W : """ni-a- You are readins this one. rl " i n a: M . ! I Mr. Business Man: If y ur advertisement was printed here tne other fellow would be reading it aud you would 1 : 1- Why not Subscribe for the Herald and be in style. BOOKKEEPING ! feffi'SS? cjw. kj--. c.i,r.-iu- .t. I you know we are iu one of the the last three years, in Texas, richest states in the Union owing been con to the great production of Oil and During this time I have stantly on the border that divides' Gas, besides its othnr rich miner-eralthe tinted States aud Mexico. Or.! We are located at Chaud-le- r, more properly known as the Mexi-- , a little city of three thousand can Border. For, due to thn nu- inhabitants, it is the County Seat by bandits, near it's; of Lincoln countv. aud Liucoln merU5 raids, 'immediate vicinity it has gaiued a county is one of the best couut es s. ' : ; i . i UC1H iUi aid a - "i" orignt Siar in me . . r SO Wltll Kind . may live tlong - ,. . 3ucces.iufiueuce, ambition, health, three cheers for The Herald I beg to remain. Ycurs respectfully, M. K. Little. WISUes tnat all ... uy uiest ouu u 1. i. wxta '. . , ., Xjasc. 1 -- ... ; ) j the Ingredients in HalVs Catah Medi- ne is wnai proaucs such wonueriui results in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. AH Drucffists. 75c S'Sl W'r iiua.. , ' iq iM 3 Get the Benefit. w i i Hall's Family Pills for constipation. A. R. MATJPIjSt I JEWELER & OPTOMERTIST JACKSON, KY. Eyes tested. Glasses Fitted. Watch Inspector L. & K. R, Special attention to mail ojilers. I 's the eervrranhicul ""to.1""T tt.r X X nave I'Xpuiencru man mruiingi ... t.j i zi" . miit i hk .ui laiiiiri't Mini a 43 ' v tr advonturrs here, but space win bo- car loaJ of peaches a seas-Saturday Concert Irvine, Ky. March 12, 1917 int permit me to mentkn them sides the other commodities. i ti detail. en But, while I have Elitor Hazel Green Herald, AT There ere many opportunities joyed the entire time of my stay J Dear Gentlemen: ' G. LOOKHART, for Kentucky boys aud lots of I have not time to write youajettcr, nevertheless anxiously await here.I as I would like to, but take this oppor- them are taking advantage of the the expiration cf my time, so tbut tunity to say that nothirg in the world i opportunity. I may visit Haznl Green, and would afford me more pleasure than to The climate here is very fine be- - clasp tho hands CAMPTOX, KY., be able to come to Wolfe and spend tf my old friends. u. ulft,u ..jjjr ue,luer ioo noi nor too com. On account of the great number t Old all ne OU a some time with my many friends there. line on short notice and at very reasonable 1, blull tnat lime 1 of oil producers and cull operatorr There is an average cf over twor a aijeu prices. Will be at Hazel Or en for Apt il,! I remember them all gratefully, and rv- August and November, with beaJqaarters million that spend the week end at the call my stay in Wolfe from time to time, dollars worth of cotton at &e Day House. Kick Center. I'hnenix Hotel, a niusir.nl concert both when engnged in the business to Isold in this county each year audi will be given by the Iioenix Orwhicn it was my duty to attend, and in there is no reason why a man who chestra ei'ch Saturday afternoon visiting my friends in their homes with Richmond, Ky., Mch can't make HURRY! HURRY! will tryroad system ismoney here. The Hazel Green Herald, 2 1917 from 4uniilS o'clock. much pleasure. The fiue and the Yours verv truly. Mis3 Hrgarty will arrange a We can compound your prescripHazel Green, Ky. Hugh Riddell schools can't be beat. special program and Mr. Bruce tions accurately and scientifically and Dear Friends of Hazel Green LancasterKy, .Mar. S 1917 return to you by next mail. Reynolds, who is conadered the It is needless to say we will en-- ! Ween in need of drugs or druggists' I still have a warm place in Editor Hazel (Irccn Herald: greatest vidiuist in tiie South, joy the Home Coming paper. sunsries, write us. We will look after Thought perhaps you and some of the my heart for old friends in yourj will play a Dumber of solos. your wants promptly and at reason-a- b I expect to visit my parents, M. ' little city, and I am pleased toi many Herald readers would like to hear e price.5. The Phoenix Hotel greatly apj from one of your subscribers of the Dear K. and Rilda Wilson about Aug have an opportunity to tell you A complete line of preciates the patronage of the Old Herald wheih gives us all the news ust 1917. so. motiDtainjQgople fromthe Southfrom our old ha me. PRESENTS Hoping the Home Coming will east andUiigandy sections of the I fully intended to send VirOctober 1917 we moved from Still- State and will endeavor to make be a success and wishing the Her- ginia Da' a subscription to the water to Lancaster, wnich is in the Blue XSH BOX CaXDIES. their visits l Lexington as Grass rccion. We arc now living on a ald aud its readers success and Herald as I recived a b ttor from ltour trc vade. n nf. 200 acres. ffi The nblhlren p ' mU prosperity. I am," her but just the Lancaster High School and arc do RIFFLE DRUG COMPANY J Sam Wilson until the contest was over. ing good work in their grades. JACKSON KY. I sympathized with all tho girls! With bcsTi wishas to the Herald and its Comettsville, Ky., Mar. 11, 1917 mam readers, 1 am, m the contest. 1 was m one my- Editor The Herald, Cape Girardeau, Missousi, 3 Thomas E. Cecil won an Over- Haxel Green. Ky., j self last April and Editor Hazel Green Herald, Hamilton, Ohio As requested in the Herald of Feb. 22, land Automobile having secured Dear Herald and Iriends: Dear Sir: JACKSON, KY. r nf subscript I am writing a short letter to the Herald the largest numbt all This It is with much pleasure that ions to the ' Kentucky Register,' readers in regard to their lives and oc- read is idea of writing soI that proudmay U. S. Depository ofi am a clever one and cupations, which vou we contribute to the "Home cotn- opportunity to write and am an- Our WILtOPt FLSMITHRUSIHFSSnnilFCP . igrtat popularity. i 7kl: w DENTIST ; ; i j ' j i j Phoenix Hotel. j , i ; ' i I j j j , : i :- j j 3 The man with his money ii our Bank does not fear fire -- j I j j , nor burglars. j GIST3 j i 15 an k Avrrn us ! f' Wo paV 4 p.er cent interest on time deposits lTr fcvr-- r ; T f Jack sen, Ken lucky. rmwww'' ! 7-- ; ! ! i . I inay-publis- own King. Do the -. of tallent not in piously waiting to read the issue oi .Mar' much indeed, and honi to hear : ttip. tsilp.nt, vnu ell 15th. I . ... .. il.,. vnnrnni!nn lnil nsn i. i r- , ' lUHK i luiuiu in nirj. i from a large number ofold friends liij; ii;ui:ujisHuu.iuuim ..... nA , be hund have. God meant you to o,,ri a success. the comforUible indoors have made the Register people over v.,v. nn.h h.,r,i I and acquaintances iu this way. tious. were Rp riffidlv red dollars, somo of tlns nnw "vnnr Her.Tfl a popular piece of reading around honest j about Groen We lt?ft 4 per cent paid on all our fire side this winter. Thanks to our back subscriptions paid up Olid slounds. pleven ag and cume so Mis- time DeposiU. some of it was for advertisements Our lives arc like iowin a boat up enterprising Editor for resurrecting our Always r 's tin. We are now living in Cape :.. t 11 avo flnn't. train Pliner with SUCll Splendid SUCCCSS CtC US U .l cl nn ctronm if "The Bank irardeau. one of the best and or exc" hold thc same p4ition but S eP5taPh was fo;cvcr Yrittcn; and niv Unzel GruK Tkeats You Right." ' new icauirc cnippca m oeceii , most rapidlV growing Cl! It s ill III back some. iiavi- not I'lrgmii-i- i inc. editions has surely civen itanuplitt.t niimft!non(iwflU .;n NV 1,1 lvlcli porsovcringlv in one dircoW In case Maybe greetings from old friends amIj V iin,,d. ' ,ll,ams MoLr lul S up ; :, :. : hnlnchcH-alone the hisrh Drices and: tn ing residec-- s at the rate of alKut I :. '. urosucds of war. r ..- rn Hamilton is located in thenBlue Grass" no huudred a vear and at ilu "If you strike a thorn or rose, Sten iu quite awhiln. of Ohio and is a manufacturing center. this will soou be a large city Keep Our family has broken up conWe have lived here over a year and You to get our Free Catalogs of Cape Girardeau, is the nu'trpolis siderably within the last two years If it hails or if its snows, ffnd it very desirable. Keep Fruit and Shade Trees, Grap of Southeast Missouri, which i? our Hoping a bright future for the Herald father,.! 1' Bickiudl hav'Taint no use to sit and whine and all its friends. the richest funning ing pas.-o- d un 10 his reward and to Vtnes, Shrubs. Roses, Rhubarb, When the fish aint on your line; Mrs. Fred I.ohide Bait yoiir hook and keep on Asparagus, Strawberries, Seed Po- land in the world. Until just re- - 1 hf lwuwniy rath-- r on (N'ce) Nettie Pnipps 2S0,000 Resources. W& solicit accounts of firms individuals and mcorpora- - ins" issu4. Wa like tho idea very a Richmond J : contest Friends, you are your paper. only sewn weeks and dur not wait for nor dream lasted j 4.,-.,I ( 0 THE HIGH COST OF LIVING reduced by raising more corn, can wheat, potatoes, etc. ; j Stvii ,., ,.r. iv-- IIszl 3ars t. i... ju.t j i.t ' : That I rnu-inc- I i LunK.han.iml i .... I t trut i : jsnnisi.; i;rf.,u.' .,.. cr t , We have the money to loan to you to do it with. Cjj j Wantei NO ACENTS, J ' r i r.te Let us help you to help your?elf products are consibrd dar j while prices for farm soaring. tatoes, etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn & Keep cently mo4 of this country vaR3(, jt)ic. Sist'r Lillian maividj Wishing ehe kind editor and all the Ninaview, Garden. Govern! with water throughout the on he 4th f September, 101G and rpadnrs of the Herald success and han Dear Friends of old: ' j i ; rjiruaryi Colo. March 4, 1917 distiict and the land is being re-- 1 is now living in . 0 vpnsboro, Ky. . j Yourtiuly claimed as rapidly ns possible. 5he is now .Mrs riei.ry McOlaua of mv friends know that I have not for-H. F. HILLENHEYER & SONS, James Sumner gotten them. I was raised until I was children, three han and wri es ii t4resting letters We have four rnUE HA7BT 19 U LEXINGTON. KY. 1841 about crown at Mavtown. I left thcic; girls and a boy. Our baby will be home to'us and is the same jollv Cbattnnoogn.Okln.,Mar.G 1917. am now in Colorado W -- irl you all know. Greun six years ago and six years old this month. To Editor of The Ub and am enjoying the best of health. I 1 should college, thn letters; Herald. Iuvc h iiico busino&S in full in ot my! DarSir I was born and raised am on the Continental plateau o;rollmnt of which is 150 and it from earh aud BaiiR, view of the Rockies and can plainly sec WiuoRester Tie will easily reach 175 bHfore the friends there and trust they will on Quicksand in Breathitt county the snow capped peaks of thc range, the Business mpti all writ. sand lived there till I was 40 years plainest of thtse are Pikes Peak and end of the year ith best wishes to you all, M nnd hspH tn read 1 Ho Horalrl Sniniih Peak which arc capped hnvi confidence in our school and ! Capital & Surplus, $300,000. I are constantly calling upon us for lstella 15icknell l pft Jackson on Ihe Jd day of snow all of thc year and are inhabited n.,nn,,,t,,r 1R07 if. trill U OA vatrc with wild animals such ns thc mountain) j Deposits Over Half a Million. ' . lion, bear, lynx, wolfe and man others WillhurPt, Ky. Mar 12. 1017 j office h.IP. Durinfi the past ye.r Take Notice. ciy in the vicinity where I hvc and it is not more calls Jor Help n i have had ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. Editor and Cousin, " .'. x YOUR I "CC1 cKiiieu u.lMrfrtfrftftllt without a cun. Anv nicht Dear .. .. ' Thl5 morning little breezy as r a,lu It.ivmg riccidd to make ft. : CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. . r.vnnfst llirousih j than wo could possimy nu. a hayo loU of fnends kinfoik9 r.ou " the how of a COvote or thej ivs iu 10 - common engpcu- my i aim umia uic uuu uutn--i iiimtier OI our sumums nac irt,fl.,T ( 1flf T Viot.n il.icn,nom nf wrnnt. am Hi tne dav tie U ilMrnld or vour "''- ch.iu - President, j x n. H. VITHERSPOON, s iu tho land of the liv-- ', civil service positions at.; un-ry hiKiieBt regards forj I will eagle soars around, screams as eswool!1 v OIId tnat desires to write ; ments, I offer for sale my entire I I rrr t J w. u. cnTiiTI ra?h!er. j mg and have a cozy nving tor old si""' Washing tan. D. U. something about this , P w bU iV m4t a letter to the Herald. 1 do not- h tiinga in ITazol Green, which I letter writiug ony in bu.i,s lhe jlowa and W.will never forget the days pe0ple like we are, 78 and 71. We Thia yery am so anxiou to consists f rfsidunce in a wo spent in Ilozal Green and .have boon married 52 years and ComaD'cha can country. j Hve 25 sthim. On the pmric dog be heard ness but as I also my general local n, orthe hiss, j1Hlir fr,,m people evrv wtinre would like to meet all of our old; never had a fight but broils, if all mUea gQuth Qf th(j WichatflW the chip chip of the piaine WATCH AND rattle snake. nprhnns S'"m ne nrph1 Mttcksmith and repair business We shall . . .....j., of the dreaded nnn wi.iild make a burncan. ' v..1niit rcnnllv r Jv" .1 j nmn...fnmD o rl hircnn miloo nnplh me Now is the time ot tne ear ,r it. want to h(Ml from nv family and which is well equipped to meet eJEWEL 111 ......a ... ...... crand t T J the Hazel i.i children and sixteen . .. . A o f fnr tn i tin r il. i 'ii .In this 'Vriio linn cowboys w go ioru iVCU i.i,a.im' cm: J Mar-. n- the requirements of any demand XEPAL Academy. We believe itis children aud two great grand chil-w- l ueen This 19 R prairie country, Sightly that have m thia linn. I will mak th3 sal rpioicin over this beautiful dom creat worV. We wish the drenand four di ad. It has bean' rolling. iiivcij xvj outers ucio is a; i enju tin.M. G. KIGKELL at a bargain pnc, aud wiU either ch day. Eince we and enojy reading it and new Herald much success and send 26 years last December some sell all as & whole, or separately, ! T l,v bfien 0221ns farm and some one lives oa it, take the Herald r HAZEL GUE left Hazel Green. We have no to all our friends. greetings te Und freely. I Ha be- -- as my test rutt purchaser. d iUill thought of old times iu Hazel Very sincerely yours, All Work Guaran Hut neverin my yard and count twen- acres of excellent for0 my j0b i3 done. An opportunity to fecure it-j""ii 1? r :.. ft homCstca(i 0f 320 n f n f stand i uuuu Mr.andftira.u.i.uoicyjureon, Ji.e m aim vi. at a bargain is prop-rl- y or thirty form houses in sight, laml and my parents are 3J miles from tufw'aSS 1 meau to farm this year. 'jeffc! ty place many a time since we canj see two towna and two me living on their claim and arc blessed very frequently presented. So crop looks fairly not heat also n rrA rfrrm tit. that place. Prosperity has made frozi'U out I would advise any one intrrested 13 BUSH HOSPITAL railroad, and ejn haar the whitle. living mighty high m this country, Muskosoe, Okla-- , Mar. G, 1917. 11 idvantngu of this at ouce. of two more. ThiB land is adapted fnr5?r. thn country I will considerably. SURGICAL CASES ONLlg Editor Hasel Green Herald, Hazel tQey say on account of Democratic F0R w.sbpc for the editor, Ui?pcl fully, oat5. cotton, caffer g"33fJIy an3Wer all letters. I am jet un- to wheat, cirn, With best rul3. Thia is a healthy aud Green, Ky. 8H0SPITAL FEES CASHg! - Warrioa but am a oandjdaiM for matri-- ; John ir. Rossi remain corn, maize and all kinda of vegeDear Sir It has been twelve wealthy pcuntry. Wo like hera " im". g Dr. W. A. Bush, Proprietor g years since I left Ksntucky, but J well. en'0' l" qr,, table, p. Bood Pfiaoh oountry, bat mw B Youjs truly, Winchester, Ky-g24 S. iTacle St 'N,Pw ow (o" Still Hki j ' I will write a short letter to let some 1 ' ev-r- Hazel Green, Ky. I $ MI, i ! h j " I 1 ! o- - aJ d seven-eight- . siSSe lll-iu- ii .in M G-ee- n ifrtd I ! I ... Jt 1 ' ,.r j 1 biii-iiiHs- s , de-irib- iH i- - 111 - "fmyseir . I - - f-- , 1 V I Slta ; r b do-sira- i j w-- ll, ; ' I far H THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD parednrss," which is the only safe way ! from home. I was married to Otto trust that your people will become their class next year. The Supt Charleston, 111. county Ky. and am prod t Wwt in which we can insure future 'peace, Wittenhagen, in Kentucky Sept. 1914. to be more liberal with their sub told me lait :eek as we returned Editor Hwald: My Old KsutuckyHoaie. w "Harp of the Xortk that motHnag fcsst Dear Sir Your request for s letter happineas and prosperity among our peo-- and we came to South Dakota and have scriptions and patronage to your from the South Eastern Okla.j of hasg born and raised iu Morgan autil fro ra Be for the colurans of The Herald pie, and to prevent our women and chil- - been living hpre since then. On the witch-elthat shbles St. Fithkn's paper. Educational Association at Dur-&Spring, wkel" received. I think the idea a good one. jdren from ever falling into tho hands of We own a farm of 160 acres sue mufe that he wanted me to have 9 years ago when I was married t I am, ! It gives its readers a bit of interesting . a raexcilesa enemy, as is the case in Eu-- west of Ethan. We have graded roads JIv Dear Hollon: charge of the Summer School Lizzie Nickell of Grassy Creek, Yonra very truly' and have been going in our car for over Just x moment to say that I could not , sews, and am sure all will appreciate j rope today. again this summer. So yen seo I and a few shorts months after oar Alfied Combs if I would and would not if I could de- - the letters f ro diflereat ones that are I wish you would plea.e request my a month. mud holes like We don't have hills and nave come to a plsc whtro I can marriage we started for Illinois. cline to join this joyc-a- s circle commem-- ! scattered all over the country that were sister Mrs. Ely to write to me, as I have sua iikc io We have worked together asd orating the happy reunioa of Herald oace schoolmates and associates at our not heard ironi her since her marriage. there are in Kentucky, but i be busy most all tho time. go back there and see the hills and my Ardmore, Okla. Fob, S 1917 readers ro send this siaaple, unworthy j little home town. I would like to offer In fact I do not know her address. We both, my wife and I, like as the days go by we try to make father, R. L. Motley who lives two nines Editor Hazel Green Herald, Again wishing you snccess, I am. flower from me to be woven into tbe a suggestion that Hazel Green have about from Ezel. this country and are well aud life more pleasant for nach other Very tincerely, Haxel Green, Ky, gathered garland so hr.ppily proposed a two daya' reunion for all the old pu son and I are going My husband, little getting along alright owniug our and to speaks kind word to every B. K. Shackelford, by you. I accept with infinite pleasure pils that attended school during the Dear Friend Since coming to one we meet. to visit Kv. this fall and hope to see Regimental Supply Sergeut, and great gratitude your Toluatary and time of the late Wm, H. Cord. A proam in receipt of yonrs of the own property tud ma measure Illinois ray wife and went to school there m have Leeo up consisting of TJ. S. Arniv. Hazel Green as I takiug the world easy. I hope all j courteous iurilation to help, in my gram could be gotten 1910 and have an aunt living there, .Mrs. 2Sth. ult.. and note your request converted and find much mora ynur special edi- baseball and games of different kind, also humble way, to make for a letter from all former resid-ent- p my friends there are equally well pleasure in serving the Lord than Easter Nickell. tion of March 15, 1917, memorable in speeches, addresses, etc. I am sure a Henry, Colo , '17. am anxiously waiting to read some I of Hazel Green that have satisfied and doing u'cely. more waya than one. In doing so I feel number would assist in making it a great The Hazel Green Herald, Hazel Green. interesting letters. From fear that my letter may the devils. We have two children moved away from the dear old that I can not put into words, in the success. I believe it will meet with the Ky. remain a friend to the Herald, I get too long for publication, I will a girl and a boy and by the help cf limited space you have lent me, even a approval of all readers and former stuMrs. Otto Wittenhagen school town. As 1 was raised in the mountains of God we are trying to raise thtm 11 am glad of tbisoppootunity to close by sending my kindest regard Terr small part of what I actually feel. dents, the time to be during the summer Kentucky and love to hear from old in the wav that will bo pleasing in To myself some of the happiest and or fall. Will not take up much space friends 1 will try and write a short let send a message to my many to all my Kentucky friends and to the sight cf the Lord and Master. Dryden.Va., Mch.81917 and give others a chance which I hope ter for this issue. most stirring memories of a cherished friends that I hope still read the the Herald Staff who have given I am farming five mile? south James I. Hollon, boyhood's and manhood's morning now will be a great number. The Lady and me this opportunity to tell the of Farmer City. I left Kentucky in 1910, spent two Editor Hazel Green Herald' Herald. mounting to its zenith cluster and cling two little Illinois "suckers" send regards. years in Illinois, three in Iowa and ane Ijam now located in the city of 'Old Guard" where I am and what Yours truly, Every thing 13 high .here corn is about your beautiful town long a center Hazel Green, Ky. in Missouri and now live in Washington S. Howard James. Ardmore, Okla. It is an agricul- I am doing. of Highland culture; famed in bygone $1.00 per bushel and hogs $15.1$ county, Colo. This is a level country Friend Jim:- - I take pleasure in Vlli Madison Street. town of 20,000, backed by Sincerely your friend out West, per hundred. days for its inimitable Fairs; the seat mostly a wheat country. Although they replying to your request of Feb tural o of the widely known and justly popular one of the most important oil Noah Cisco, all kinds of grain here. Land We are having some fine weath raise most 24th. Since leaving Hazel Green Selds in the state. Tea Hcaldton Swango Springs and other good things, Hazel Green Herald andStaff Greeting: 409 E.St.N.W. er here now, Farmers are talking is worth from $15 to $40 per acre and This is the happiest moment of my advancing all time. hut lastly and mostly, for thirty-tw- o some eleven years ago I have been field lies obout twenty miles west Aedmoro, Okla. oat sowing but I think they will years the home of the Hazel Green Her- life to be afforded the pleasure through merchanS. T. Havens, son of Joel Havens of engaged in the general of Ardmore, and all the big comchange there minds before March an add-de- the Dear Old Hazel Green berald, the ald, a newspaper that has given Hazel Green bought 320,000 acres of dise business. I have been here in panies that are operating in the Mo. 8 7 distinction to your ditarict of coun- best and cleanest and newsiest paper is out. Mountain Grove, land here and homesteading 160 acres. Lee County, Virgiuia some six field have their offices here in Editor Herald, try and its editors and readers far and under the canopy of this'great and prosYours verr truly, There ia still room for young men that years and have become a beleiver near. town. For their immediate benefit perous nation of ours. Oh, sayl Didn't want to make good. Thomas C. Lykins, It ha3 been more than ten years saying, "The bee that they are now building a ten story Your Academy, under the able and she shine with beauty last week! It R. F. D. No. 3, any information write John M in the old For brilliant managament of my excellent was the first clean paper I have seen for McGuire, Henry Colo. stays around the hive gathers lit- modern steel, cement and brick since we left the mountairs of Kentucky for Rapid City, S. D. and beloved fiiend, Bro. McGarvey, haj so long I was almost startled. I live in Dowling Park, FK.Mar. StlJU7 tle honey." building. lost none of its wide influence as an edu one of the busiest cities at the present After sniovine life there for Editor Hazel Green Herald. There are many rich m n in this Without a desire of being concational force amongst a people who time on the globe. nearly three years we sold our There are Dear Sir I am not at present a '17. Hiudboro, 111., sidered egotistical, I have been town who have made their "stake" probably need less learning than any all kinds of factories and shops, muni home and came to the Ozarks in- - subscriber to The Hazel Graeii Hazel Green Herald, Hazel Green, Ky. reasonably successful in business playing the oil game. There are at people upon whom tha sun shines, the tion plants and every industry. A place Dear old "Kentucky Home" and vi sting in a 1G0 acre farm south Herald but it 13 spnt me compli college competition has been keener ev anyone might be proud of to call home. years. Iam very much least a dozen millionaires in this friends In response to Mr. Hollon's re- - the past fe ot this city. We farmed it with mentary, but when they stop seedevery yfar. Nature has indeed been I am spending the happiest davs of my ouestam clad to creet vou a:l threuch satisfies with my present location town interested in various indus- many ups and downs, mostly ing it you may bo sure my name kind to the boya and girls of the Ken life. There is everything here to make the columns of the 'Dear Old Herald." because the "Green fields of Old tries as well as the oil inttrsU tucky mountains and fortune has smiled one happy when one has as pleasant a will be on Tour mailing list. We came here in October 1916 from Virginia." with her good citizen' The Chamber of Commerce succed-e- d until about a year ago we moved on the honae of the humblest cottager home as I hays. But there are times To say I enpy The Herald i3 Montgomery county, Ky., having dis ship, good roads, excellent schools, last weei in lbduciug a large in order to give our six children putting it mi'diy, when giving to 6s good schools like unto yours. when :A I could but shake hands with I get a posad of our interests there and are now Hrr.. mnko It an ideal place in automjbile tire factory from four if whom are in school age copy there is nothing else doiog, Ignoratice has been subjugated and there some of my old friends it would give me locaicd on a prairie quarter section and which to live. are really no backwoods any more ex great joy. Bui there have been so many Cleveland. Ohio and Ardmore in- better edncational facilities. preparing to farm. Will seed about 95 A unti' I read it all, and wish cept in the distorted imaginations of passed to that Great Beyond, and so and hustle terests to locate hen. Its output We are now loat.d on a five With all the bustle to Indian corn, 30 A to broom corn, balmore. people less wise than we. many have moved away that it would ance to oats and alfalfa, except a few of a business life my miud often will be fifteen hundred to two acre tract iu tho suburbs of the I like many others havo drifted Outride of less than a dozen of Ken not seem like, home to me. 1 read in and thousand 'ires per day. It will city. acres for pasture, have a nice place to reverts toj my school-bo- y tucky's largest towns a finer Fair was The Herald where Uncle Jim and Aunt far away from "The Old Kentucky Joys and to the e nploy 300 men regularly. We allive, fine orchard, plenty of gcod water youngman-noo- d This town is GS miles south-ea- st in Kentucky, in my opin- Ibby Lytle have passed away and so never Home," but I lika many others, and conveniences. We are all well and good people among whom I was ready have a large cotton oil mill, ion; than those we used to attend at near together. What a blessing they of Springfield, on the main line of (I am sure) has a longing forTho like here fine, have lots of Kentucky reared. I often wonder and ask three gins, a large flour mill, oil the Kansas Cit3 Memphis Branch Old Kentucky Home." Hzel tureen when the world was young were not separated long as I know they neighbors. end everylKdy relaxin', daucin' and myself "Where is Howard and refiner', ice, light aud power plant could not be happy apart. But there Tbe Kentucky boys all seem to be My husband and I have been in of the "Frisco" R. R. our hearts bubblin' over with are a great many still living m aud fine crops here Richmond, Monroe and Joe, Char- brick plants, planing mill, paiut has about 2500 inhabitants, uThe Land cf Sunshine and and the moon- around Hazel Grern. There is Rosa well satisfied. They had It the sunshine of happiness last year and markets unsurpassed. ley, Ed and Kelley, John and Log- factories, mattress factories, varshine of sweet content and a pleasure-abl-e Rose and family, Mrs. Mattie Perkins the State Fruit Experiment Sta Flowers," about fourteeu months. $1 mark last week for an, Ben and Courtney, Maggie and Corn reached the nish factories, ice cream lactone?, excitement. As for myself I still and family, Harlan Trimble and wife, tion, The State poultry expert The winters here are ideal. Tbe the first time since the close of the civil Annn, Lou and Florence. Ida and up as a mild form of innocent Mas. Emma Evans and family. Mrs. keep it and many minor industries that winters through, seem like May in war, also broom corn was higher than Nannie and so through an hun- emplcy a very grr.at number of ment station, third largest cream Kentucky. and wholesome amusement, provoking Belie Mulhollsad and husband and many years. We have had a fine for ery in the state, a $20,000 High fun and conserving the path of a glorious and too many to mention their vv more whom I could name. The recent cold snap did quite men. winter, some real cold weather but no dred manhood, born to poverty, like the best names. But the editor and family is to School, electric light and ice plant, snow or rain to speak of since Christ- And I hardly try to restrain tbe a lot of damage to the gardens The city is suppliod with water mountaineer?, and it may be dissappoint. be remembered above all the rest, blood mas, roads are dry and dusty as mid tears when memory recalls Min- from an artificial lake with 1180 cold storage, canning factory. and citrus frui s. ment, but, like them, ever optomistic runs thicker than water, and also for We havo free city mail delivery summer, good plowing weather tro nie and Idn,Eugeuejiand Morgan, We had iu our garden ail winter and alwavs unafraid, I never absented bringing the Hazel Green Herald back acres in its water hed 320 of and her husband A. B' Stella and Bob. one of these Fairs and I to life. As I have taken The Herald Sister 2innie which are under water the deepest with two carriers. Eight R F. D. lettuce, boots, onions, radishes ... . , McNabb live on this action, also J. Lthe Ileral. , And in this connection I would part iu "low season" being 75 feet mail routes, 6 times a week besides caHntftfl and anflitud , ui bticiu n a vu a nunc for 2f yeais you kaow I am lost without Boone Nickel r and son Otis. We lmv? jb.-'- ff Wo are noratinir a good time it. Hope it will cntinue for "!r and wn hnr " be gratifilAOSet a line from any Ono great advantage Florida has find 14 an 1 18 deep. Tne lake is stocked with severalVtar routes give fine mail girls of the early l 2 and 16. We arell of the boysud over the states farther north is black ba3S, cropie, white perch, t at facilities. re ereat Wricht fiyink machine risht over u 90s. Mr. Jones aud I appreciate hear that from two to four crops a year and many other small fish. brim nated with any foreigu element or infe- my home with its awful clatter, which home-comit- jg Sterlinc Advocate, good luck to all old And why not have a rior infusion, a local community com- makes me feel like under the great friends aud Tbe Herald. It is !an ideal place to fi3h. Tb ing from our many friends through can be raised cn the some land. of the boys and girls of H. largest bass that was caught last tne fortable in their prosperity and bound- stress our great n. tion is under that it ileraiu wlicu nas so many That more than doubles our acreRespectfully, G. A. af 94 and '95 Don't you season weighed eight and one-ha- ll less in iheir hospitalities. age and doubtless the time for may not be long until they will be need Jas. W. Motley. fine correspondents. The Swano Springs and the Hazel ed by the thousands. Let's all pray for think everybody wou'd enjos it? pounds. I caught some weighing O Tho coldest weather here this profitable farming. Greon Herald need no additional eulo-giu- everlasting peace aud our President. Here is my hand for one on a six aud one half, I never gc with- Florida lands have risen greatly winter was ten below zero, have at my hands. It is enough to say and may the Ruler of All Nations give Alvin, Wis,. 3 17, 1917. home coming for June 1917. What out bringing home all the fish in value in the last fpw years, and that everybody who is thirsty drinks him strength and knowledge to protect Mr. James I. Hollon, Hazel Green, ICy. had a very little snow or raiu and frm the Springe, and everybody who onr nation aud flag from the ravages of Dear Friend I am miotv bound on the say yon all? Life is only worth thit we can possibly use, and us- the roads have been dry and dusty arc still rising. Still thL land here is sold much cheaper than the lxs any tense reads The Herald, that is, war. I will tell a little story and the watershed of the Mississippi and the St, what we get out of it. ually divide with my neighbors stock-raisinj- r, DauYinj ruit land of the more thickly settled everybody who has the opportuniry to aditor will vouch for it if ever he comes Bawrence rhers and if this reaches you But for fear I take too much of Beside the city lake, there are do sa and who wishes to live long and to Dayton. Did I hear you say potato? by the loth it will have to go some. your valuable space will close. two other club lakes not quite si growing and poultry husbandry states. keep "posted" and in touch with the That must be a thing of the past. As I But as I am placing it in the hands of With kindit regards to nil, I Florida has nearly a million large but equally well stocked are the most important industries. spirit of the age. was passing the market house in Dayton one of the best guides and also one of Flour is best $4 SO per barrel. people, but the soil of thi3 state j remain, one of with fish that make this On this beautiful morning in March the other day, I met a gentleman with the best men on skies there is in the easily sustain fifteen millVery truly, ? th best fishing district in the seed potatoes $3.75 per bushel, could the earth h tremble with the mysterious bright red eyes and a smooth coat. I north land he will probably reach civiliII , C. Lacey. atnta. hens 14 cents per pound, eggs 22 ions. "vm?aiiois that are soon to clothe the thought I would be sociable ond reach- zation by the 12th aud in that case you The people are just awakening lotrlandi with grass and the uplands ing out my baud said, "Howdy, Mr. will receive it in time to print what few The city has many fine churches cents, corn $1.10, wheat $1.75, haswith verdure, I myself writing this to the fact that this is a great pad?" He gave me a look of contempt lines I may write tonight. Lexington, Ky. Mar. 1 1917 among which is the first Christian lard, 22 cents, pork 25 cents cabty, inadequate letter in this paragon of and answered, "My name is Diamond do so send me a cooy And should you farming cuuntry as well as a great Church, tho finest in the city. It is bage S cents, beans 1G cents. Central Kentucky towns, the entrepot and I have nothing to do with common of the Dear Old Herald aud when I re- The Hazel Gren Heruld, raising country. With best wishes for tho Herald stock Hazel Green, Ky. a yellow brick costing about sixty of mountain trade, with culture, refine- trash." Ain't that true, Uncle Sam turn which will be about April the first Since Armour & Co. have built and its many readers. ment and wealth upon every hand to Wilson? Well, I will tell my friends 1 will send in ray subscription. Then-i- Gentlemen thousand dollars. a largo pnking house in Jacksonattract aud dazzle the eye, I see much about myself aud husdand. He is fore so many thing here for me to writo Your truly, Your of Februrnry The city has one of the best ville many of the farmers have to admire, but in dear Hazel Green and man of a big structural job and makes that would be news to you all tbat Mr, and Mrs. A. C Jones gone in for cattle aud hog iaising. 25th., is at hand and I have rend school systems in the stale. It my own Wst Liberty, the pride of the good wages. We both are reasonably would not know where to beuin. over very carefully. o consists of four word Fchools, one lovely Lickinc, I see much to iove. To well up in years, but there is no young Cattle and hogs can run out on But I am in a small lumber camp it I want to say to you, high school and ono combined Mt. McGngar, N. Y. 3 7 my imagination ever homesick when couple that enjoy life better than we do. We are putting out about 25.0U0 feet a the range nil tho year without any array from them, even the old sedge I don't have to work as I used to and day. We hove from 3 to 5,000 feet at a iu the start that I havo bpon a graded and high school for ihe James I. Hollon, Editor other feed and do very well. selds in billowy waves this windy March he makes it as easy on me as he can. load on sleigh-- . continuous subscriber from the colored. The high school building Hazjl Green, Ky. The principal crops here is corn, morning wave and shine with as bright, He buys anything I waut to make work The deer comes around our camp first issue up urt 1 the present is the pride of tho town. It cost Find enclosed fifty cents for cotton, peanuts, velvet bean3, and yellow golden as the pictured plaine of eay. Now 1 will tell you about our every day and we can hear the wolves to the Hazel Green Herald. I hap even $ 100,000. It maintains a four which plfasa forward the Hazel cow peaa. paradise, and the stately pina tree at dear old editor, Col. Spencer Cooper, howl of a night. We had a nice beai pened to form an acquaintance! years course of atudy and is affil Green Herald to me at Mt. McNot much is fruit raised in this my father's door towers heavenward in who has passed ovef the Great Divide. for dinner yosterday. who origin- iated with the North Central As Gregor, N. Yr. until you hear from part of the State as it is most too grander majesty thau monumental shaft I hadn't been in Dayton very long until Woodie Brooks formetly of Hazel with Sponcer Coop T, for sociation and its graduates may or architectural magnificence. he came to see me. He was then at the Green is pulling the ribbons behind one ated and published the Herald few far north for prfitable iruit grow-iu- g, me again, within the in a spirit National Military liotnn, but it was .'t O the finest teams in the State and is many years when he wa3 at Mt. enter without examination any of May I not, in conclusion, althonch oranges, grape fruit. month?. My A. N. Haddix, :it of reverence indulge the wish and belief long till he was taken sick. He sent me keeping the camp alive by his abilrty of Sterling, Ky., and was then workthe colleges or universities in the Mt. Sterling, formerly of your vi bananas, kumqnats, fij;?. persimhymns. that the blessings of the Supreme will a card and asked me to come and see singing good old time ing for the Sentinel Democrat of Mississippi valley. cinity, city and myBclf have bpen mons, and a great many pecans Carl Buchanan who moved from fall and rest on Hazel Green aud The hime, which I did and 6pent the sfter-nooMt. Sterling, ICy. I am not a citMy work is in oue of the ward :otistfliit readers of your valued can be grown here. There ar HeraW. "Looking forward, not backwith him. They were goiug to Frenchburg, ICy., to Alvin last spring is izen of Wolfe County by birth or by the journal- operate on him, but he died from the now chief cook and the way he can bake ward," and consecrated twenty years, and some fine pecan orchards her, Comity schools- First Ward, as principal paper for some shell pecaua sell for 80 istic geniuus of Col. Cooper and bis effects of the operation and 1 never saw pan cakce would make some of the old adoption, a'though Wolf of Franklin School. Wo have in it has always been a source of com- tho paper worthy and, it may be, public spirited biai again as he was dead some time time teamsters (like Crockett Coldiron, furnished me my wife of my cents a pound. my Bchool an enrollment of 65C fort in the home, I assure you fcucce-vioon Campton aud bafore I beard of it. Well, I must ring Ellis Johnson, Roe Niekells and myself young and middle age and I conOur home is on the famon3 the Herald will bo appreciatEvans, lately deceased at a very old age, off, saying I hoie to hear of many of my who used to r.aul goods from Rothwell sider her one of the fairest of tens pupils nnd eleven teachers. Besidp that - "Suwanee river," wh'ch is one of a mau who might have attained high old friends. Hurrah! for Sbilo Swanuo, to Hajvl Green) drive richt down to Bill of thousauds aud it would be a teaching tho eighth grade I have ed, and will be a still greater comthe most beautiful etreama I have office but had sense enough to know tbtt The Herr.ld and all its and may itiToliver's old stand even if Kentucky is hard matter togo ovpr "Wolf or the entire building. My work i? sort to me for in search of my ever seen with it3 evergreens and a dry Stots. the pat of honor b the private station; prosper through ages. been taken away one very pleasant and ngreeable in health, I have overhanging moss. When spring comes and the bird3 be- any othur county and find on Wtst Liberty and, yours in friendly Yours very truly, from my horn? and friends for We run a small dairy, milk ami equal uuto her in all her duties every way. I think we have one of gin to sing and the speckle trout begin rivalry, the Licking Valley Courier, on Mrs. Southey Saunders, news cspeciplly at buttr is a good pricp, fresh milk to bite and some day after I have landed and all her walks ot life. I am the best city Superintendents that some time and of us who love Uiem and who and all (nee Lacy,) this time, from the community of 40 cenes per gallon, bnttcr milk a few 10 or 15 pound fish I will lay very much interested in the moun- it was ever my pleasure to meet are pressing forward in the direction of ! H5 Kirkbatu Street, aside my fishing tackle Ions enough to tains of Koutucky, because I am boy-hoo- d u better timo, sweetening the breath of days will be received iU cents and butter 10 cents Dayton, Ohio. He is as nice aud kind to me as my There is a good market for tell you a few things the K Mucky peo of them, born and raisod there. I mountain sooiety, giving courage to he could be to his own brother. with great ploasure. everything wo raise ou the farm. pie have done in Alviu township. struggling mountain heart by living first saw light in the county of All my teachers are just as nice May the sr.ccess of tho dear old Regimeutal Snpply Office, Yours lOderly, together in sweet accord and harmony. Mr. Mitchell is crazy ahout his eleven miles above Jack- Breathitt Herald be assured, I am, Arbury Brooks M U. S. Infantry Florida farm and says he don't For lack of space I cease with a stingand agreeable as I could wish. We Schofield Barracks, H. T. Or as the old files of The Herald would son on Troublesome Creok. I left ing sensation of thought unsaid. I Yours respfc. want to go back to Kentucky We never have had a "hitch" of February 24, 1917. say Charlie from Dayaborongh. should love to have written of Swango Breathitt County on the 13th. day Kelly Haddix where the weather gets below zaro. any kind since 1 came. My patrons the soldier, and others gallant like unto Mr. Curtis O. Rore, Lexie, Ky. But I can't say that, this of March 1875 and became a citand agreeDear Mrs. Kose Your letter of Febthought runs through my mind. him whu traced with their unblemished Ethan, S. D. March 6 1917 izen of Menifee County aud rem- - are ju3t as considerate swords in blood the brightest pages of ruary 6, received today, and I take Editor Hazel Green Herald, "There's a home in Old Kenable as one could wish. Farmer City, 111., Feb. 4, 1917 amed there for twenty years and tucky, where I first saw the light, Confederate annals of Trimble, the ripe pleasure in forwarding herewith 1 for As your request was that every sub11 months Dear Editor my lot j Last year I taught and I am longing for it tfee live- historian of pioneer days, and other the Hazel Green Herald. scriber should write a letter to the Her- - have since that time ca3t I am glad to write a short let - jonf. jaT gn(j night." and will do the same this year. x sincerely wisn you success m your ald names, obscure, it may be, but not less Xhis is the first opportunity to with the people of Lexington and. j So to all my friends I send a We run a two months Summer tar for you paper March 15. true, noble, braTe and mauly. Ours is attempt to win tbe prize, and if the j wrjtc a Icttor to the Herald as 1 have Favette J lr ni ai i ci il a glorious legacy. Let us hand it down small amount mentioned above will be been a subscriber only since Feb. I sent me tuhubui, ui musa woo I am glad to get the dear old greeting, wou'd be glad to hear I do hope and trust ocnooiior of any assistance to you I will be my subscription to Miss Lexie Carr to unimpaired. that your paper will live aud grow tailed in aB iew as two suojects neraia eacn wee as we can with beat w:3heg to alJj , in Truth, pleased. Your.-help her out in the contest. Yours very truly, Hazel Greeu Herald Kentucky and like to read as it has boeu a great help to the thus giving them a cbauce to from a gmat many of cur old I am from I hope that Tbe Jo M. Kendall. Etta (Carroll). Mi tc filurei and go on with frisuds. My old borne s Morgan ia e strung advocate of "National Pre, the Herald, it is just like getting a letter motmtajue of Keutuoky cud I do Jmke Sterling, Ky, ML rjp Erom Jo M. Kendall I nt I I 3-- 5, d 3-- f?' " ii?l?2r Lij iti.i ? ral m :- nxt n i; "Go-'Tnor- " , I i j i j aert J