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HERALD Up(V -- "The Oldest, Most Popular, Most Widely grca Kentucky MounUms," hazel green, wolfs ooftfosraEf, Thursday, sIroh 22, 1917. scat - C i-JtgjL -f- IT' ,T I 3 S B : V MOLE SAM'S I wmram! More Ltterc RHYMES IB S A Well Deserved Boquet. To The Teople of The Ninth Congressional District. Edward 0 at , Tl tkc Yrfirj if Wilft Gl. Scott Ltcey Mrs. W. C. Berry benmMlliTMe I hereby anuoance myself m a candidate for the offic of Coanty Court C'erk of Wolfe county and respect- ii reee the letters Sac WW m4 lite Herald f ket week ahine, Tfcty were real pretty m to A Tib --- mn Je Jr . fully solicit yoar support at tha Democratic primary on Aaguit4. a4 Wfceiiihere's J- -ft jfk 4;thM week. tAlm. , l r tMj jd trery one yitl1" a tea, mtr to waj Or imgewr irk k'fr Yes Maianud Tfcey ae real tinm Nrt FW te wee . , . Ji t a SHOW .JMWB IS . mmc week Herald yon ksow. m to apeak M eod as tho Iset week that I am competent to perform Ihe duties of the office to which I aspire and T ask that you give my caudi-dac- y due counsidcration before promising your vote to any other candidate. Iel Hsto Keatsek iody, k City ej-Udreecirec ic boquct Wkai W4fcfM the author it looks te me He' like te TtrnwU Fm he or she. Xw Uk darrt Am JTw in J. I. TeMer's logic fair 3te ka- jm a way back there, Ai girt te Ucle Sam a booat "Wh'eh kin crowing oa the roost. - fri - I jm both for what yoa're said Xn4. ItMing the Ihngmgt be portrayed, lTrei Mrec as tkee they cowe 0. K. SeMMK k4eyma what they say. lhk it jit 3Cw ia eMcIaeion I way add Tfceae 2iWw hare raadt: the people glad, 4 Q have seat their dollars here They like the Herald fawily dear. aia please bear in mind At swMi Itoecariter be Ubiud, e eee ef the fcithial aad tree reaaaia At week job racist coate again. Aad It is my intention to make a clean, straightforward race. I might make jtou number-les- s promises as to what I will do if elected, but you know as well as I do that most of such promises are made purely for the purpose of gaining votes and are promptly forgotten after the polls are closed. Therefore the promises I have to make are few in number, hut thoae few will be religiously kept if I am elected to the office I seek. r I do promise 3 ou that if I am elected that I will admin- dt't ister the affairs of the office nf wuuuiy uiers purely 111 me Chrkts interest of the people, irreUmcle Sam. spective of pa-t- y cr considerations of political expediency. I promise you tbut the iav? will be .obeyed aud executed in so far as it pertaius AMCWGEMEKTS to this office without fear "or favor; that every citizen who obeys the law will receive the wc arcauttoonzed ta announce G. C. srme degree of courtesy and ATJLBEEas a candidate for Representative' in the 91st Legislative District, attention, and that special subject to the Democratic primary, privileges will be extended v I to nrf ne. Afttt If 17. f 0..l.. 1 ... J kfififtfeg yon. .i County Judge on the Democratic ticket, subject to the primary August 1917. We aru authorized to announce W. S. TUTTaJl & candidate for County Court Clerk, object to the will of the demo cratic voters at the Aug. primary. We are authorized to announce VAN B. ELKINS as a candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary primaay August 4, 1917. advance. Bay CJiy Drexel, Mo., March 11, 1917. aft, a pine? w.Wr Uy Mfwir JQ will get sn idea ahout dairying.) Kind Editor aud Readers of Tie Dear Mr. Holkm: biles, of which Umn sm. Matty J 7,11 Old Herald It m a great pleasure te I accept your inri hflB ia taw caa-ty- . H: . Wt kaw Am m have the opportanity of writing yon over tWe county. Parker, Kas., March 2, '17. I want to congratulate the peo- to thcHofoc Cowf Dr. W. O. B. jjUmy yo 1 Mr. James T. llollurf, Haael Green, Ky, through the columas of my dear old is hers ple of the Ninth Congressional ureand if this beef hm a mc4m; Dear Sir Moihef has just received a home paper. My sister, Mrs. E. E. A, Falkm w W Ume and shall feel amply rep District on their selectiou of a Um wmt .hm. ipi ktter from yxi JwKTag for a letter to Haynes sad hasband, my little daughtei He amd kk family ae 4oiag B.eeiy. JTm Congressman, I have just spent trjuble. She LaYoane Kash and myself made a ihort owm 250 or 300 acres T ti!ivi Krr in th- - mm country 3 THe Harald for Marca 15th issue. el fee Mac hmi week at the Capitol, and while C8 e if would write for myself and visit to Kentucky last fall, so many of vmirs pnmin hfcrft d met year cleared o there I had a good opportunity tc: provemcnt in my wKNcod&teH and Uer too a I bad been thinking of writ- our relatives jiad friends who 1 did not I hare maay relatives mmi frieexk tiMn. liveag see which made me feel very sad to re. has ing for some time. observe Congressmen and their re- feel that the ia and arowBd Haael Greet Um4 I mmli. Parker m a nice little town of fHM) pop- tura home without seeing them, al like to hear frees. cords and methods, not only Ken- been ven' bcneSial. ulation, situated sixty miles south of though my aim was for LaVonae to see vm to say Here are all Um good wisfee te all Um . tucky's Congressmen but those Am traveling or ;Jdet and Kas City, on the M. K. & T. railroad her grandmother Kash and her falherV good people in my dear eM eowtlry "drumming" for one from the various States. largest wholesale grooefypioci In the aad eighteen miles west of the Missouri nearest people, and I was glad to tee her home from J. M. Little." is about and so many of my own dear people. Congressman Fields is a states- south. They will this wWbrate their Mm. Parker and coma-makone half natives cf Wolfe and Morgan When I arrived at Mt, Sterling I felt man that looms large in affairs 50 Anniversary. counties, Ky, or their descendants, that I was back among old friends am locatJ. S. Testoc are verj' at the Capitol. He has a record ed We the centerpleasantl,fiated in of my'ty53 territory many of. them are well to do farmers relatives in Ezel, so many had moved homestead, Pa. Men. 10. 1917 for industry, and for high and and by using a car to com ply territory ad business men. Parker has three from there to Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Cha.. Mr James I. Hollon. noble character that is unBumaBS - can stay at home 365 tm year. churches, a $5,000 city hall, electric Duff took us to see those who did nut Editor Hazel Green Herald. in the as to our lamuy, we ed in the record of any Congress- oteed lights, cement sidewalks, two banks, liveJL.17.zift city, you may always count , Hazel Green, Ky. three general merchandise, two hard on and Charles, lhey are true man. It is surprising to know I with two Dear James: Noting your request rel- -t ware, two drug stores, besides a number blue, but oL! how sad to visit brother i seven of ative to making the Herald one of pelg; that a man as busy as Con o cress- - L. v vuu sn iciui'iuuui nao- i wma it m x.uiiic of other enterprises. There is a good Johnnie's and find him not there. man Fields, could give his person- Horn" and is Uving in herate but a- - opening here for a doctor as we only was very proud of his dear sweet chil tonal letters from those living at a difg ' tance. I take the opportunity extended have two and oue of them is getting dren. So many old friends and relatives al attention to evory letter from bout 600 miles f ro ruiitsil ionwh-Texand will try to give to the many readers. : gone, only two uncles left. S. S. Dennis his constituents, but this is what you must remember is a eowitry of dis quite old. tance. Our location i boiJ 00 miles J. 0, Kash is one of our leading mer- my mother's brother and Silas Pieratt ashoit sketch from this place, and in a Congressman Field does. He from the north boundary ana about 200 chants, the most of us know him as Ova my father s hiother both of whom were brief way give them a little ins ht into seems to have as much considera- miles from the border (Mex$o, j in very bad health. Shortly after my the stejel industry at this plaee vhich I Kaih, W. 0. Oldfield is one of our We have almost an kfcjd riinaate, sel tion for his constituents as if they men and police judge, Japper return home I received news of bro hope you will be able to find spnee for our hoiymmers are Williams is our city marshal and con- ther Jeffs serious illness in California. in your paper. But before entering into were face to face with him. Con dom freezes, and healifah-'brefaes; tempered by the from stable, Peter Amyx is one of the leading He passed Trom earth to the "sweet be- that this leaves my, family and myseKt gressman Fields' ability as mem. the Gulf of Mexico. Weare 20 miles fur buyers of Eastern Kansas, Morrison yond" December 21. I hope to meet all enjoying good health, and the same will ber of one of the most important from the finest beach bthlng in the Nickel who was 84 years old last No- loved ones and dear friends in the sweet apply to all the rest of the Kentucky committees of the House, is rec- world, it takes about' 40mkrStes to "get vember still preaches for us once and a bye and bye, where parting and sorrows boys at this place. There is quite a num ' in." while. Uncle Bill Henry a brother of are no more. I had been away from ber of dear old Kentucky boys here at ognized by the statesmen of the We grow strawberries in- - December. Powell Henry of Morgan is able to get Kentucky seventeen years, have lived in present and quite a number have just Country. He is the ranking mem Farming efforts in this country are con up town but is getting quite feeble, he Bates county, Missouri, all except one left for home. Among those hem at ber of the Committee on Military fined mostly to the growiag'of rice with came here in. 1856 and has never been year which 1 spent in California. I present are:- - Hiram Watson, Strong irrigation from the Colorado River, Affairs and is considered as an counties adjoining grow cotton, the back. Tom Cottle who came here a few have a family, my husband and three Hatton, W. H. Wages, Porter and John corn, Pence, Bruce and Lindsay McGuire, J. authoritive on this important sub potatoes, sugar cane and peanuts. The years before Mr. Henry is still living children, my little daughter LaVonne W. Burcham and son, Millard, Richard Kash, two sons, Orvin aud William rapitfty develop and can get out sometimes. Enoch latter industry is being ject. Casfcey that is now living in Camden Berry. We have recently sold our farm Hurst and John Taulbee, all of whom Congressman Fields is never too ed in the southern part - of Texas, the county, Missouri, has been uunfiued to and bought one of JG() aens three miles have good jobs and seem to be well satinut is handled in almost the same manbusy to stop and help somebody. ner as the cotton seed. his bed m st of the time since last June from Butler, my friends will know by sfied. Among tho&tf who recently left here He has a way of making the most We are gradually forgu tjy the front is now able to get about but not able to this what I think of Bates county. We have a fine country, good roads and can were: Oscar Pence, John McPberson; timid feel perfectly at ease when in the industry of raising Citris, Fruit'' work yet. Will Tom Ingram and sons drive our Reo into town in seven minutss Bill Tyra, Letcher, Porter and Cass; Grape Fruit, Lemons and Orangoi. I moved to Oklahoma about one year nco, in his presence, and when he makaiid will be at home to my friends after Trent. challenge the world on thi?, statement the reports are that they are doing well, Here are congratulations to the Her es a friend he has a way of keep- that Mort Pieratt a brother of Attorney A. C. April 1st, where I shall be glad to. see 3our education ald and to the contestants who did sck ing him, I beliove that the interif you have never tasted a SatA Pieratt of Hazel Green is still living all who will visit us. Will kindly ask faithfully work for its intereet. near here and they are all well, and the editor to send my paper to Butler, suma orange. ests of the people of the Ninth Wc are proud to have the Herald, . doing well. As for myself I live in one Missouri after April 1st. The District are in safe haudsas long selling farmers over at San Benito are mile of Parker. I am fanning and With best wishes to The Herald and come to Homestead, but there k owe cabbage at$140.:-pe- r 4o. San thing' that we don't like about it, as they are in the hands of W. J. Benito is just south of urjind the' truck dairying as a side line but I find that its readers tor success and prosperity. that is, it doesn't reech us until Mo I am truly, industry is developed hj toimarkablej the side line iives better returns for the Fields. Mrs, W. 0. Berry day and Kometime not uetil Tuesday, degreeViab;Y.onc IlitnKrtCtUMV (Faraers read this letter carefully and wWlimkww tewa fw; W. & Sw I4Mnv,;; ttm hte Dr mm sd )f .4 I $l,t is4 M a' J1?" 1 jjii aa real-esta- te neg-iect- ed ad givo BbelrtotnttinT Yonrs very sincerely, YAM B. fanmUU T. K. Tutt ELKINS. We are authorized to aunounce, W. B. DUFF, of Campton, as a candidate for County Attorney of Wolfe County, sub ject to the Democratic primary August 1917. Wc arc authorized to announce LEE-BERALLEN as a candidate for County Attorney of Wolfe County subject to the Democratic Primiirj', August 4, 1917 N We are authorized to announce J. M. TESTER as a candidotc for County orplfe County subject to the Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 ey We are authorized to announce E. F WHISMAN as a candidate for Assessor subject to the Democratic primary Aug- ust 1917. arc authorized to announce E. J. GltEECH as a tjanTdidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic Wo primary, Aug. 4, 4917. . We are authorized tannounce Rev. JAMES NICKELL as a candidate for room and within a few weeks we decided Assessor of Wolfe County subject to the the rent was more than wc could afford, so will of the voters at (he Republican Pri6 put a partition in the room and sub- rested one half of it to another family and mary, August 4, 1917 we stood it very well until the other family began to take in boarders. We are authorised to announce JEFF Best wishes to all "home romers." BREWER, of Neola, as a candidate for Courtney Combs Assessor of Wolfe County, subject to the Democratic primary Aug. 4. Hardin, 111. March 5, 1917 Dear Editor and old friends: Since I can not see you, I am glad we We are authorized to announce W. J. may hear from each other throucl. the DUNN, as a candidate for Jailer of "Home Comine" issue of the Herald. Wolfe County, subject to the Democratic j I Ht Hazel Green in April 1900 and have;visited that place four times since. primary August 4, 1917. 1 like Illinois very much and am very happy in my home in the good little; "We will lc clad to hear from all the We are authorized to announce J. town in the corn belt of Illinois.I long to old resrdenters of Hazel Green and Wolfe HARLAN 'BREWER, of Valeria, as a see my childhood home and the dear county through the columns of the Her- candidate for Jailor of Wolfe County, mces ot my menus tncre. ald nnd arc 00,;n for,vard with nlcas- My husband farms and follows the1 ure subject to the action of the Democratic lor uie issue conxainmg ine news carpenter's trade. Troy my only child from them. primary August 4, 1917 is eleven years old and in the fifth Work here is progressing niccl We Wc are authorized to announce SHI- - grade at school. He is a lively hearted would like very much to visit Hazel LO SWANGO as a candidate fori boy who never lets ono get lonesome. Green in the near future. Wishing much With best wishes and heartiest rcet- - success to the Herald, we are. Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to the ings, . I am truly yours, Yours respectfully, 'Dewocratic Primary, August 4; 1917 f ' Mr. and Mrs. Campbell . Mrs. Lou- Johnson Jones ! i , ' j Dear Sir Courtney Combs You wilt please allow me space Tulsa, Okla. March 11th 1017 in your mostvaluablo paper for a Mr. James I Hollon, few items from this p'ace. I have Haze! Green, Ky. been a constant reader and subDear James: As pea jour rcqaest of recent date and as scriber of the Herald eince 1885 I do not happen to have on my and it has afforded me g rent pleasmind at this time, except my hair. 1 will join your "xJorae Coming" preposition by ure to read the many letters thai writing you a few lines, which will no doubt have been published from tims to be as interesting to as any one else, time, written by former citizens of for know a letter from me wonld be alHazel. Grepn and other places who most as interesting as a game of checkers. First I would like to say we think the are now in various parts Herald is better than it ever was before of the U. S. There is quite a numHonestly wc have been looking for you to v,f Wolfe and Morgan Co. cit put on a sporl page. Aud the oil news in ber dic tea that business is not bad bek in izens who live in Cole? Co. III. J that part of the world. will give you the names of a few While speaking of news papers I might say a word foronrTnlna papers. We have that are still in the land of the three.daily papers; the Tulsa World is the living ; L. B. Henry, "John B. largest. It is a dandy paper, just one fault SwaugO, James Swango, son of me sta e loueioanuwiinK, una mac Shi0h OCCUpatiou farming. E .. i t vmi ' .nut, ill; (HI. it up. W read things in the Kansas rity H. James is located at Bushtou. Star today, and read them in Tulsa World He is in the mercantile business nezt week. Tho that's not bad service for and has built up a trade for hima daily paper in a town of do you self. Tom Brown is located near think to? Bush ton John Oakley, Robert Tulsa is a great place. The people eua hardly find a house to live in and have to Tutt, Rardiu.G. C. Long, J 0, Pershe an automobile garage or something kins, Charleston. J. J. Catron, W. like that, and some of these garages don't K, Murphy resido in Fair Grange. have any heat in ihetn except gas and no to be well satisfi d and light except electricity; an awful place to All seem contemplate on making 111. their live of course. But without joking, when wife and 1 went out to look for a house future home uuless wo get in war every thing was .so high we decided to just with Germany and if We do they make out with oce room, so we rented the 68)' thy are going to pull for the :any-thin- g my-se- r Fair Grange, 111. Men. 7 1917 Mr. James I. Hollon, Editor Huzel Green Herald, 1 ra-idi- ! ' j ,. w w I come, butter fat is now 37 "cents per r pound, a good cow will pay for herself t iuarcn n,iiu,aauit ate iarie,jiicn. '"J"119 vul 1 in one year if properly cared for. I also to Minn St. ar We believe that with the list of find by having a cream seperator that Editor In icgards to your let-- , respondents you have and "Uncle Stim4' there is from 25 per cent to 50 per ceut ter just received, but was too late to you will be able to give the readenf, one more profit or a gain of that much over send it as you r quested of me. of the best papeis published in moUfi- the hand skimming method and mur ODDS AND OF MICHIGAN. tains of Kentucky. I am still in the ia than that in hot weather if you haven't has been the coldest winter since specting department of the steel and 1904. There is better than lour feet iron company and have learned some a cave or cellar. I have noticed reports in The Herald of snow. The ice is a depth of 36 inches very interesting things about steel. In-o- n about the bad weather and bad roads in Lake Superior. Hunting has. not specting steel is pleasant work and the' Kentucky. We haye had here without been very prosperous this season on the inspectors are among the highest pid n doubt the. finest winter I ever saw. account of the extreme cold weather. I class ot workmen employed in the works. ius wIat we We have bad very little snow or rain. have only killed 21 foxes this season, w wou,d like to tel1 but for fear we may beThere has not been a day but what autor they varied from $45 to consider 1 5et Ptr mobiles ould run and only two or three have got as much fur "as the average! callcd a "Johny Bull" we wiU postpone I,;..!, a lit until a later date. ,.f days that they had lo use chains. We h,.tM,a I would be glad to have more of our fine roads here anyway. They are .something fierce hero now, potatoes $3 have well graded and then kept drug with per bushel, pork '21 to 27 cent- - eggsuoi Ken.ucky boys come here for work, it is the ordinary road drag. They are not u 60 criitH per dozen, flour $11 75 per a fint placoand chances fcr piomotion only drug ater a rain, but after a snow. bairrel Ootid stuff is cheaper in Canada are Sootl, but I would not advise any They reverse the drag and drag the snow h warring country than in the U. S. A j one to come with the expectation of gct-have a new daughter, weiehed 1 ting the best job in the works they havor into the ditches where it melts and ruut by l WOrk themselves Up f . . ,' off and leaves the roads solid. I aliiiusl nnnd t n,, Hnv nl.l Tonr wppfc- - .,ld General labor is 27.5 centsStep hour Step. oe too mucn oi a renccuon oa our irienu per and ,w.,,..,i w;ha . forgot to tell you that Parker has a High ,fa , . ., the snake. In connection' with border in other departments wages are ntha term ree to I have two dressed buckskins and one The Carnegie Steel Co., has 38000higher. troubles my brother has just finished11"01 me?.. 1,ve ,n lnft d,.!,tnct' ,,,s0 a.d- - head of stag horns for sale, all for ?10 ar The manufacture of munitioa for "doinnhisbtf'atSan Benito with thc!tl,ose that joining Parker is the 2nd largest apple, are $5 each for hide, can furnish any is at present their chief btisinugs,.., mnnhinn mm enmnanv of JSl Okla. Ill- peach and cherry orchard in the State, kind ot mounted heads, fowls or fish and it is a solemn thought to us when at" ftry. It might not be without interest Dr. John A. at one time it consisted of 2,000 acre same as the living an ml) bird or fish at wo k ou the death missels of war. Onu-wh-o to know that my father, now. The a reasonable price, anybody wishing nas not had the experience can ever Taulbee, who so long and faithfully serv- but is not quite so large mountains and most owner in 1915 claimed a net profit of something in this line drop me a lino know just how it effects one when he ed the people of the shij-pe- d stating what you would' like, can get my knows hp is furnishing the material to of them without reccompenseT with my $30,000, one year before that they t5 car loads of No 1 and No. 2 ap- address of The Herat d arid both have be used In the death struggle. The total mother is living in Okla So I beg to be excused for this time cost exports on munition from here last the best of health ray father is still a ples and peaches besides thousands of bushels of No. 25 and culls sold here. and if so desired will do better next year wart 580723.944. Now from three very active man. figures you can get a glimpse of the pert The death of my old friend Spencer They also make several thousand gallons time and oblige, Yours the steel; industry is doing at this place. Cooper was a most unhappy incident of vinegar each year from the small and Kelly Ely. With kind legards to you and. all Jray yet I feel that I must Mr;Hollon with cull apples. My mother makes her home Kentucky friends, I beg to remain, the success he has made nojfgreatcr com- with me, she was sick during the mouth pliment to you than this, 'M is worthy of January but is now well and sets J. S; Tester M. Little about quite well for r lady of her age, of Mr. Cooper." country grass remainiug green all the year. We have been afflicted in the past years with the Lid lexas Long horns and mcxican cattle from across the Rio Grande, but improvement! are coming and more especially with the introduction of the Brahma cattle from India or as the Indians say "sacred cattle." They grow very large and seem .especially to this climate. We have been disturbedifrequentry in the past j'car over the Mexican situiju. tion. Our nearness to the? border and our own Mexican population causing no little concern and we at this. moment feel that "intervention" has only been put forward a little and will get some with or without our choosing. We base such prophecy on a slight knowledge of Mexican character and feel that a comparison of a "Kentucky cop- We have an ideal stock nKsftij . cor-De- eds I j oth yu ..t. li,i, j ; j 1 ,. I i I fiftn tK-w- j t j -- J. Wc realize it roust haveneccesitated some sacrifice on your part to assume the part of "Helmsmns" of the Herald "sticks." made by Mr. Cooper, Public school is- - progressing and vet the fight continued by you was I assume will be nicely at this place. Jim Perkins not personal gain but service to people and wife took dinner here Sunday of the mountains. The upbuilding of and Jim says he is perfectly satis- your community ana me upmuiig oi fied but his wife longs to be back your fellowmen. One word for my "AlmarMater," next among the vino clad hills of olu Kentucky, her native birthplace. to the Hazel Green Herald the Hazej beetf he predomiLong live tho Herald and suc- Green Academy hasprogress and developnating factor in all cess to its many readers.- ment in the mountains. : I am very T. K. Tutt proud of my native state andthat I have been a student of xi. G. A. Middletown, Ohio With my kindest and Brat regards to James I. Hollon all'my friends and yourselfi. Tjcar Sir: jr I ; j 1 - Wilmer, Texas, March 6. Editoi Herald, Hazel Green, Ky. Neosho, Mo., March, 4, 1917. I will try to write a few lines for Mr. James I Hollon. in your issue of March 15. 1 I received your latter left Wolfecouutry,together with my fath morning and wis gl4 to it. er.mother.brothers and sisters, in NovemThe Hazel Greeu HecakL My father was a son of Rev. I 1876. ber. orniB, Charles Little, and his name was G. T. I get it every Monday He died November 16, 1903.; you don't know how I tppreeiat Little. My mother was a daughter of John B.j the paper. hate be reading lfc P. S Grant Lacev is now in Kansas Nickell. She is 75 years of age and has j Q1fQr gince ifc nM pQblM. City, Mifsouri, be has a grocery tore been living with me si.ee father's decth. j j CQaldlf fc do withoat it. Ifc, and a wholesale and retail seed house in I have fne aunt living- - there yet that I Slk letter from my ol Settl0S from. Shej connection and ia well and doing a good would like very much to every week. I have not o is the wife of Rev. Buchanan, who lived home - L, business. on Stillwater when I left there. I also many relative and old cqint-hav- e one uucle living, there, Henry auces there, joetiaMC it Nickell, mother's brother. I hare home ewk to com bek K E1kei Homestead, Pa., March 15 '17. Iam, boy married nnd living iu Dallas; be'ther8 to jye Ht jB a! EdwaTd0; Taulbee Mr. Jas. T. Hollon, Hazel Green, Ky. works lor the ford Motor uo.; also onej UiuiMl K H4 Mllx " A UULUTCDW 1 I!.O- T. I ' V,... Ill GnA oolrvoo 41 -- I 1... I. !- n . . . , omgir, :iu and , soth ol Neoefce a BvCaJo . uuc oun, Bethel,. Ohio R. R. 4 tor wnlCU you Will pieaau teuu me your t " 1 r . IJ 1 i . Ft Vnrth. boardinir with mv habv jo'h- -' CrelC. . 1 TOlie JOTiWmiMI , IM , Dear readers of the Herald. .. " paper "The Hazel Ureen aenuo, lor GWf ipffc "Unr.iA Gtppi' about six vearsaco I always enjoy readiK it ,ttle of J0Ur towu. Mv boya are "Wft live30 milPS CflT.t ! to all. May mm Lot Mew onrl namn n CUtn paper, master mechanics, drawing each $4 per all of Cincinnati and in two miIes;of Bethel, a rapre than ;any otuer wiih. day. I have been selling goods ah.ut And obliF.e, inhabitants, j little town of about 2.0W J5y, by, six years and doinfj very well. I have jfe'-:.Regards to all, J- - Millard Burcham, 1 ., two brothers living, J. C, Little farming Mr. anmiirsi noot. wcu Fifth Ave. i she attends church regular in the summer and quite often in winter. I have two children, (both boys) the eldest will term. Veil 1 enter High School-nex- t guess I have written more than you will care to print, so I will close by sending my besii regards io all my friends and relatives, and .he Dear Old Herald. Yours truly, Scitt Lacey. Stiriy tae fi 'I bn W jt ! oJ ot fcM ll.-ai- ... ! '.!.:.. i 1 ; ' it. , A lsey j . i id Us lit! M. kutiicky COXLKT, Xeeeiver. OIL NOTES" The .Bed River Oil and Gas t J I.. ubiiihed Every Tmrda;jr U ' HaMl Green, Ky. :. fc No. 16. Oct. 31. 1915. pany has about SOOOaoree'-JSasNo 17 Daily A. 31. com- of xSOUTH fcOUHP STATIOKS paper of Wolfe County. JAMES I. HOLLON. Editor- SaWiptioa Price, No. 19 Daily CM. 1 30 Hazftl Green that they expect to have drilled on within the next ninety days. A location. for a well has been made on the farm of Abel Hampton where a well will be drilled within ninety days. One Dollar a Year. Malo&e Cauey- Cannel City......... Enured as second-clas- s matter Septem Helechawa her '5, I01G, at the e at Hazel Lee City- Green. Kentucky, nnderthe Act of Jfarch Wilhnrst. .0. & K. Junction. 3, 1879. JaekKon.... post-offic- ticking Index River. ..... .. 7 40 7 52 S 00 8 17 S 22 S 42 8 48 Q 16 9 45 1 42 1 50 2 08 2 12 2 31 2 37 3 Oi .3 35 $1.00 1 Yiar in Atatct, NORTH BOUND No. 20 Daily P.M. 4 55 stations Jacksou.... O.&K. Junction, Wilburst No. 18 Daily if P. at. No. 16 "Daily a.m. fff&lSDlT, : '.MARCH 22, Lee City Helechnwa......... Cannel City.. 12 10 .. 12 15 Cancy Malono 12 32 1917. Index 12 30 . Llsking River . 2 50 ii 30 11 00 n 2S 113-- 5 5 5 6 24 52 58 15 j . j q 50 55 7 12 7 20 7 30 G VAjSTB. elkins on the front page appears The following oil men have been in and aronud Hazel Green in the last week or so looking for leases and otherwise investigating the prospects for oil in this territory: W. A. Jewell, Irvine. Ed- ed aa follows Beginning 0 a black gum, James ward V. Fowler, Pittsburg, Arthur Tutt's corueroUr the ridge above his B. Miller, Lexit:gton, Geo. Mac- - houe. thenefwith Tutt's line n 43 w 21 Leod. Versailles. P. B. WinD. Win po to twoSfftes and a locust; H w 12 Chester., Mr. Pntfcnn. , Salt T.iVU ' po P to twogbealnut oaks; on 72 w 1H w 'it po to two smu nictones; n Mr. Chaney, Pittsburg, John T. to a dogwaacilStid lynn; s 67 w 15 po to po to nicKory, a Hindman. Jackaon. Mr. Shirlev. ia poplan.-- .40 w lbold survey; thence corner to AJ3wai:os Mr. Nick and Mr. Shaw all of with the lPSjf 2S w 38 po to a mapie and chestnut oak; s 47 w 54 po to two Talsa, Okla. 11 i : J 41 for the purchase price, with a lies re. By order and direction of J. Qaincy Ward, H tained on aid land to secure the payFrankfort call Department at ment and 6 per cent interest frcm date the Game and Fish of sale until paid. Bidders will be pre- en and farmers of District No 2S compowd of the pared to comply promptly. J.'TayldrriMf riainuu. Maszoffin. Morsan and Wolfe to feed and protect toag aud V. Jl., Defendants! Judgment Given under my hand as Master Com- -i j qntil and otner game birds wblle the ground 15 COTertd WltH ttpr O.J. vreus,, missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court, become exunct. Go to &t this the 13th day of March, 1917. in order that they not die edee of the woodlana ana ciean srau J. 1. HORTON. E OF A JODGMENT Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court. Unrn whfijit. bran, oats or an7 small zram. x urge wi aadiOrcfcirVof Sale of the Wolfe at its September Circuit obligation as well as to provide sport and food when the fcaatin term, I0.ynw above styled case, I Rev. I. R. Hollon on is on. win, on the G. S. Rose, District Gauw Warden. 2iOil0P AFBIL, 1917, Williamstown, Ky. Meh. 2 1917 aay, oeiween me it being Uouaty-t-ouhours ofJl bi 4 o'clock p. mM at the Hazol Green Herald, front door of l&e courthouse in the town Hazel Green, Ky. of Campton,fWolfe county, Kentucky, sell at public outcry to the highest and Dear Sir:- best bidderoatR credit of six months, I herewith send greet a certain tractjer parcel of land, lying county, Kentucky, ings to all the Herald family, and and beiugitTblfp and on theVafera of Stillwater, describ- for the sake of any who care to Jwe m f Sale. j here, more or les. The; purchaser will be required to give f oona wuH approTea personal security, NOTICE OF B WABBKH. woxmeniouiT court. I Extnr po At cont)of iB4tir runQrBIi , Goiirf-Cfeoder- ! n. HAZBL GREEN ACADEMY, In our announcement column the announcement of Yan B. Elkins, of Campton, who this week throws his hat into the ring to make a fight for the Tiemocratic nomination for County Court Clerk at the Aug ufit; piimary. It is with no small degree of pleasure that we introduce "Vjan to the voters of the county as a candidate for he is a bright young man and comes from one of the county's best families. He is sober, industrious, honest persevering and business like young man. He has all the ear marks of a good clerk and if he succeeds in reaching the happy goal to which he aspires we have no doubt but that those who him will have no cause to regret haying given him their support. Van is the second son of Isaac and Laura Cecil Elkins. His people on both sides of the house have ever been true democrats and have never been greedy for office. Yan comes also of a good democratic family on his wife's side of the house. She was a Hanks, a daughter of T, B. Hanks who died last week and a grand daughter of that old var horse" C. M. Hanks whtf figured so largely in the .for-support Pprkins farm that has been hanging fire for some time on account of the casing is now uuder way aud is expected to be drilled in in a few days. It seems as if the operators have had more bad luck on this well than any well known to history. At the time the casing was needed they thought they had the reqnired number of feet of casing but when the casing was in there was a shortage of about 100 feet. When the necessary hundred feet was ordered from Winchester it got lost on the road but luckily it has been found and drilling is now in progress. More depends on this well than any well in the field. Should it come in a good well it shows a considerable widening of the field. tained en ineweiiontne &. "R mation of Wolfe county. . said land to secure the payment and 6 per cent interest from date of sale until'paid. Bidders Whooping, yelling and burning pared to comply promptly. will be preof hats marked the drilling in of Given under my hand as Master Comwell No. 6 on the C. S, Sample missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court farm about midnight Tuesday this the 13th day of if arch, 1947. J. L. HORTON, night. They say that Henry Lane Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court. actually burned his own hat as a know will give a sliort account of town for boys arw An ideal School In an myself. In February 1909, in the girls of Eastern Kentucky. dear old Methodist church in Campton, I was converted by the Power of God from a life of sin in Bli STRICT DISCIPLINE. HIGH, CLEAN, HEALTHFUL LOCATION,- to a life of righteousness and cal-- ; U YlVlVL.UUiX.llN- - XlAiKXJ uiviii led to pi each the Gospel that so RED RIVER VALLEY . wonderfully saved me. In Junei following I was licecsed to preach (Ml Stcaiu heat electric lights and tested cistern water to drink. Home oai:s;?s 5 w 52 po, crossiug the chestnut on the at Morenead, Ky. aud recommend- head of the branch, to a chestnut comforts. Refined, cultured and Christian atmospnere. opcuiuaucn- ridSeJ sSSeiSpo to a hickory; s 56 e ed to the Kentucky Annual Con tion to good manners and soolal intercourse. University ana couge -74 78 e 30 t0 to a hUe oak 75,000 equipment, rrimary, wuuuuu trained teachers. a whita oak aid doj wood; 8 60 e 4 po school, normal, musical, manuel training and domestic science courses t5 a dead poplar and twaold white oaks, Was admitted on trial at Pans,; M batb he lt and lightt So00pcr week. Tuition,c 41.25 cornar to Rf M. Pieralt's land; thence TT r .. i. f r.r Tt l ffr J with samQ3"24 po to hickory and dog- jxy. iu oopt. ivvv ana appoinieu 10 jwsj perrn0nth up to fifth grade ; S2.00 per montn above niui grauc. opccia wood; s 44 e 12 po to a white oak; n 77 the rastorato of the Hindman M tuition rates by the term. Not run for profit but for the good of moun- e 17 po totjaiogwoods; s 74 e 18 po to l i I. T i ain boys and girls. Fall Term just started. Entorat any time. Under J a locust; s 32ii28 po to a sr.urwood; s uuurgo wuicn x servea iwo yearB Women's Board of Missions. 57 e 66 no (oHTstake in the county road From there I was transferred to', U direction of Christian For information write to 29 near the forks of Stillwater: n 66 e Washington, Ky. wnere I remained po to a white oak and hickory; n 87 e T. McGAR YE Y, Rev. four year3. From there I was sent 46 po to a chestnut oak and hickory; n 48 w 15 to three cheiitnut oaks; n 14 w to Hazard and spent one year ;iii- poles4ea chestnut oak, corner to J. M. Pierat; n 69 w 50 po to a beech; there, from whence I was appointn 72 w 14 po, n 82 w 72 po, n 73 w 76 ed to my present charge at Wilpo to a n 13 w 75 po to a liamstown, ; a splendid little city chestnut oak; n45 e 26 po the beginning midway between Lexington and conand being the same tract of land veyed by Jiines H. Harman and wife to Cincinnati, on the Q aud C R. R. S. J. "Wells, by deed dated November I will pay this snm of any Watch or Ciocfe which I 25, 1879, and recorded in Wolfe county I am uow well in my eighth year can not put in good running order. County Court Clerk's office, or enough in the ministry and during that thereof to settle a judgment of $125 OF with interest at the rate of 6perceut time I have seen many souls, both I DO from April 9, 1911, and $15 7U costs young and old, rejoice in the del therein expended. The public is cordially invited to call and see me when iverance from sin through the in need of expert watch or clock repairing. All work The purcEasef will be reqnired to give power of the Gospel of Christ. bond, witarapproved personal security, guaranteed Send by insured parcel post. for the purchase price, with a lien re- During all my travels I have not j : j idl sw., 1 x a . . , ! i -- 1 1 J. Principal. I black-gum- ALL KINDS JEWELRY WORK. V forgotten the friends and acquaintances of my native heath. To me they are the best people on the globe, and in all my wanderings I have never found a people that ex celled them, aud I have never been ashamed or afraid to own them and defend them from unwarranted and unjuit criticism. I have two children, girls, six 'and twelve years of age that cun't be beat anywhere; We greatly enjoy the' . At Bridge. W. B. LABKINS, JOHNW. DEAN, JACKSON, KY. We predict that Yan will be in the running. With "gusher" that he has drilled for those few remarks we leave him to the tender mercies of the the Muuntain Oil Co. The oil voters and ask them to give him a hearing when he comes saud was hit about midnight audi t.hnml immprlifttlv.lnwor1 ground. frr-flm mark of respect for the first real Motice of Sale. Circuit court. 'laiatiff 1 1, etc,, Defendants. ling. A steady flow of gas was H. K Btmck at GOO feet in this well and "THE DEAR OLD HERALD" the oil was reached at 18G5 feet. VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT "LIKE A LETTER FROM HOME'' Order of Sale of the Wotfe When the oil sand was struck the BY We feel very much gratified at the manner in which our oil flowt-- for some time and cers- - Circuit Courtjrendered at Us September IP.rm. JUI1 lnlthrt nhnrA ufulorl nnu people who have left this part of the country responded to cu uut an u u tiuoik uii vv euuesaay j wiJi, on tue 2nd DAY OF APRIL, 1917, our invitation to write a personal letter to the Herald for morning it overflowed again and has been overflowidg since add it being County Court day, between the publication. We enjoyed each letter and we have no doubt hours of 1 ana 4 o'clock p. m.. at the Mrhns hnrn ninorl infn n fotlr front door of the courthouse but that others enjoyed them also, in fact, we have heard Sample himself gave us the above of Campton, AVolfe county, in the town Kentucky, many express their appreciation. We think that a remark- - information audit goes without sellst at publicohmtcry to 1he lighest and b credjt of sis months, a a bidder, ably large number responded considering that it was the 9 aying thafc ifc ia iusfc tnafc woy certain tractfoparcej,of land, lying and being in Wolfe county, Kentucky, and well first time anything of that kind had been attempted. We of This wells is considerably norththe the drilled on Mr. Sam- LibedawatMs- of Red river, an-- de follbws liked the idea so well we are going to try it again Christmas rtla'c farm nttrl it- lino Itpnti rrV . . n.mU uuu.u ufginmug at a small chestnut tree, a hnnrlrprl week md AC hone to L,et Mhrs from nf OUr for-- P.omfnrt to rlnrt.nin rmrUp holHint, comer to Ffttnk DukVs lin nn ton of I - Judgment KENTUCKY. I have beeirn the Constructing Business for years and am preparejfijUcnow how to do your stone pro tV i t jfi i 'iJi f n and cement Mark pum UM JLlftil Wim edi torOt nVartnmUiinViwIl cmeTit TOftks, and, IB J cmU best wishes for all the Herald to me. Will furniskond tharmywork will le satisfacfamily and hoping that we shall contract. according all meet some of these days on the tory and JACKSOX, ' j General Contractor and Builder "banks of deliverance" with all those we have loved and lost a while. Iam, Sincerely, I R. Hollon. j - - - .... Bushton, III. Mar. 6 191,7; Mr. James I. Hollon, Hazol Green, Kv. Dear Sir: line; thence with Mijes Nickell's line to I received your letter a fjw have expressed an opinion that it plnce of .beginning, containing 50 j days ago stating you were going to havc would settle down to a hundred acres, more or lets, or enouch thereof to a home coming in the way of .letters; I settle a judgment of 100 with interest that all can be heard. barrel well. at the rate of 6 ner cent from the 12th J. H. Amyz wfeh that we might have a real home day of July, 1S87, subiect to the follow- The observing reader must have noticed two expressions Dufluesne, Pa. March 12, t9fomin8 50mc .time- - H c could all meot in Hazel Green we could have a good in Inst week's and also this week's paper that were used Mr. James I. Hollon, Opens Siioe Shop some from around Hazel Green. I will October 24, ISS, credit of $50. time for a few dnys I am running a genHazel GrconKy. more than all others. "The Dear Old Herald" and "Like a Mr. Sammie 1. Little, prominent dealer Walters, the crip The nuSfrfc&will be reouired to irive mention Please find as!&scd check for ono dol-l- eral store here, and have been here for letter from Home" were used in nearly every letter. That pled mail carrier, to Campton ' bontl with approved personal security, m groceries, Carson Little, prominent for which kindly send mc the Herald sixteen yeais. My father and mother aro u1 r IOr Inn Itltrhn&n rxr'no Tt'ith o lion to. formnr W S I iXla living here and arc in good health congave us much joy for it made us feel as if the writers appre- ues&uStu uuiiuuuuH buui, ne nas taineu on saidfJand. to secure the pay- - home in Wilmer, a farmer, grocerv man, one year. sidering their age. I very of ton think of Wc live in Duqucsne Pa. a city of ciated our eftorts and were pleased with our paper. If there be opeimd a first clasB shoe and re - Inrent, and p cent interest, from pre.!nowin tbe aulomobiIe business, T. A. of sale until paid. Bidders will be twenty tousnnd people located thir- Hazel Green and my friend3 and always 1. Fallen formerly of Gilmore, leading teen miles above Pittsburg on the Mon- - take it as an honor to be a reason at all e calhns: a paper'Dear, The Herald spems to Pair BnoP ln tne building formerly pared to comply promptly. ior Kcntuckferi. Given undermy hand as Master Com-ald- 's farmer, raised and sold $10,000 worth of j ongahela river. This is a very business I am asked so often in what part of Kv- bv tne HRraid and that have the reason. This is the thirty second year of The Her-- !0CCUP cotton last year. We 1 always glad to tell llPmicb!TdPurt' 1 ,3' us other KentuckianSjhave also among place with lots of'ork going on and i was continuous publication. During that time it has chron-- 1 he win do a11 kind of shoe rePair- the Patterson t Wiifrfx; hnintr vnrv hfcrli meminaric was-nea- r Hazel Green I iJ. L. NORTON. very family, the Hiltons U M Eingo from icled the birth of nearly every baby in Wolfe and adioinini iog and harue3H meudins posItl-oj hftVC a good nIcelv don't think I wilk ever go to Ky. to Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court. reasonable rateB. Gives Sammie Bothwell, Ky., Ben Kirby, Wesley Kirby located in the city. My family and my- make it my home. We are having some 1 counties. has gone to school with those same babies and from near Bowling Green, Ky.,all moral self are more a call and sea what he cau do. than pleased with our new fine March weathoj herc.As I guess told their grades. When Elieir wedding bells have rung the industrious aad leading citizens. For location. The children go to school your paper wiuVbe fi'Ul I will quit hoping of that every: one; XrilrWritea little at fear I take up loo much soace I will every day and arc doing well. PINE GROVE SEWS. The Herald has not failed to express best wishes and to ex, close and write more in the future. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Halsey were the I was near dear old Hazel Green last least. tend congratulations. has announced the deaths of loved guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Nickell SunYours trolly, Dr. W. O. B. Reray, . week and would have liked very much to WOLFE. CIRCUIT COURT. ones and has mourned with the bereaved. ijk EhtaH. Jaras; Wilmer, Tex. have made it a visit but owing to the After all these day. t p'" condition of the roads and my severe years why should not the Herald be addressed as "The Deputy Sheri.r C. P. Henry' was. at S. F. Allen, ltcTlaintifls, O cold I was afraid to venture. I was at j Judgment vs. this'place Saturday attending to busiIf.J Dear Old Herald? ROGERS C. C, Pack. Jackson on business as I had a damaco C C. SlarapereVc., Defendants. ness. j suit against the Ky. Wood Product Co. The observing reader must have also noticed the affection 11T;ii:. T Ol" .. . i Areola., Ill , o 7, 1917. ' for Which I gained a judgment in tha V. Misses Zelphia Brewer and Bma that all these writers expressed for their native heath. Peo - jMiss Lizzie Kaah Sunday. Lookout OF A JUDGMENT I. Hazel S' Court BY VIRTUE 'of Sale of the Wolfe Mr. James me Hollon,pleasure Green, Ky. juries for one thousand dollars for in-- It Sparks were the guesti of Ma rlfjhnrn ;inrl rnnrArl in jiiniintflinniie onimfrinc lmvn Order William. gives much once more I received atthcir plant at Kragpn Circuit Court, rendered at its February S Brewer Saturday and Sandaj. ; ent. feeling for their homes than do people who are reared in ' Mr-- Kelse Nickell, of thin place, left! term 1917; in the above sty'ed case, I to write to the paper of my home town Ky. lastsumnier. near which I spent many of my boyhood With kind regards to all. I am, r Mrs. Alva Brewer who has beeV wh,e.rf be level countries. When away from these hills thev experience work m the log days, the scenes of which brings many j J. H. Axnyjz " woods for fif AFRIb, 1917, . here for some time hai xeturiied t a certain kind of homesickness that is not felt by other peo ,u . it beine County Court day, between the fond memories of childhood and friends ' Th(l vm , F Middletown. that are scattered over many states of plo. Who ever heard of any one getting homesick for a lev--, .. m, Monta Anderson the Union any many gone to the Great Jim Brewer of Laurel ia Moving; "alU '"te el country or a paririe country? The ancient king of Baby j Beyond. R. R. 1, Box 352 IndianapoUs, Ind. near Rogers. r" i Wo ' wujitg inlintr. JII1LIU1S, " Ion built artificial' gardens in his capitol city with which to! CoUrtnfV Lane of tl.i. ,,,,! beat bidaer,on. credit of sis raonih. sevenv llVP ill Drvilrtlno uvuutj, Tlltnt Mr. James I. Hollon, miles east of Areola on Vandalia Henry Nickell who &i appease the homesick feeling of his Jv.daan q.ueen. His Hf Railroad in what is called the corn belt Hazel Green, Ky. I feel rather out of place in an i3uvi-- sick for some time te better. Kentucky, and lylaff on Me north side 0f Illinois. 1910 was a very prosperous gardens were one of the ancient wonders of the world butj M , UC40ltu ,u lue ,01K3 wno oncc vea m fc wholes had a bad 2f Pnimer street,fdjoining nuthe lot of or farmer f Lizzie Brewor v'tauA m . .nothing short of her native hills would satisfy his queen . case of lagrippels much better, a r- - ewe. and beunaea ueacnueu ' L everything hiRb. Corn 1, oats 50 cents, Hazol Green but I suppose I belong to a :nTTn who has Iieen very Sk,a"a follows: Belonfg t a rock walk, 1 , ii I Crit ..- -i wnn tnenct a north direction to a sei sione; .wncsij.o per ousnei, potatoes mproving. or friend in Haz-- day and Fri Jay. to a et btone; per bushel, all fteck high, shippers are mersluden,; of H. u-j thence a wet direetioH be satisfied pith qofchuig short of. a return to. thejv nafciveJ William Lane sold one el Green may be interested in my doings. his bestj thence a uil, . ,T 7 . . t per hundred fof fa " navinti Jim and George Brewer; i. Jrills. leeixng muon better at present, to l m, nm doing llht work, but I 'shall bnnneggtrip ! I j i i ar ( . j j j i Xow don't SfLV til fit. WPt li n.vp nrf. linn Ii.rlc Of foreign Subscribers fOr We ihave, 111 fact, the foreign SUb I scnoers are wnab maiie tne Herald a "go" in a town of three hundred Peonle and six miles Oif the railroad. hnnn tn A get the letters a few weeks before hand for the Christmas "Home Coming1' so that we will try to crowd them in so ekrn subscribers. ! -- i w f hard to ascertain just how mauy oarreiB or 011 a weu 01 ims Kind nirunce with em LUtieSmd wyne WlU Produc aB they are today ParkV line,. crowing the State road to: uie top 01 tbgr ridge, to iwues JNicselrs nnttihn tn tUn (nki.w. U.. t j iui. l""u. Ti i ridge on Morgan and Wolfe county lin: thence with the dram and Frank DukVs line, crossing the State road to Red rivet;! Wihner,Dallas county,Tex.,Mar. 12, 17. Editor Hazel Green Herald. Dear Sir In obedience to your request it ia my pleasure to write a few lines for your valuable paper. Wilmer ia a small town on the H. & T. C. rail . r. Cfi r .i ruau, nMeen mues irom iue City Ot jflil- laa in the hast section of Dallas courity with splendid transportation and travel-- 1 ing facilities. Iuterurbans leading from Dallas to Corcieanua. CaJS na5s Wilmer at 6:55 S:07' 8:55' 10:7 and 10:55 a- 1207.2:07, 4:07, (5:07, 6:55 and 10:55. JNorthbound cars pass southbend at 6:55, 7:49, 8:55, 9:49 and 10:55 a. m., 12:55, 9. .j0 ; .in nn Splendid pike road from Wilmer to Dallas and to Lancaster, Texas. 'Quite a number of our best citizens hail fioni I about war Iiere. "There's all of pleasure and all of peace in a friend or two and all your troubles may find relief in a friend or two. It'u in the grip of the clasping hand on native soil or in alien laud but the world ia made you understand of a friend or two.' The sentiment expressed in the above seems to more clearly express our feelings toward the people of Eastern Ken- lucky than any words we may our eolpa riP::fl!ltp MttV 1917 he the bet may h, MeMinfi8 not nnly of a PTfpn(i fn vnr on.or ;tn rnnr i:f family and those associated with you and health and good cbcerbe the lot of our friends. Yours liuly, 0. C. Pack. not teach any more. I shall always look back with pleasure to my work in Hazel' Green and the people I met there. Sometime, perhaps, I may be able to visit you again. I sh-d- l always be keenly interested in the Hazel Green Academy and the town of Hazel Green. I wish to sond greetings to all the students who were once my pupils. I often think of them. I hope they arc doing their bit well, wherever the arc. Sincerely, Monta Anderson. Elza H. James theJday bonarn j n It I Notfce Sale. It j; j Ai-PP- i j i8"7 i "'"VrdmiT i $t ? El eilcSr&igKS SS&i Sti ..-- hu U4f, t j i : i.r. Mg.Vm.otmrm.. . &)Jrh. . ditioatrai i exdlTtl. toof XJ 1 sgAka ;looal news, EUtOT PRICKS I i z n J.-W- 1 kTe three nice well 'famished ? 553 , - caKt Be Cnrd ; br ot it" . coMUtutional me n intuit, condltiM. ad i ipy.,t Jctt wjfe rooms to rent. Snowing tftlll. IjOOSS as ji cne u,i avi't f WMm- aNiamoy I Mrs. Nannis M. Kash farmen will' not farm any for cta thra JateraAily "co'M wfac of the ium wt while yet. $6,20 Miie Fallen of tfeolawas talkty wuatry for years. It is eosa- Ova Stamper, who has been at ! Mrs- Louise HoTi&fK Int bets .... ci LL ing oil boom with ourn. people Middletown. Ohio, for some time, visitintr relatives, f 0ff? u, towks knows. c2Si12rftStof ....... 15 J5 of the best blood 40 Thursday. sB has returned homd on account of I retoned Lome. use ingredleuts ia Sair rat.rrK rw 10 sickness, 10 t"wtts la catarrhal eaftfoi sr Mr. Clarsnce 1?&M ........ 10 ttiona1 fro. tfe Rev. Ira Wells, regular chnroh Ethel Clark was the gnesfc of visiting her bro&r . nee..... is r'.f; Prop., Toledo. O reut ... isvT day, Old Baptists, fourth Saturday ?th? Cauuoy Satnrday Di8bt and paat week. Wr? To ties if ier HaU Family PHb f0r conitipatlon. . . Ed Iantt.- - batter,... 10 IS Vlftlttntri in each month. Harlan Eosle. rif Hi Born, arch 13, to the wife of itMd lemr Pickle his mother Mrs. Yin Powders ..... io Miss Cynthia Montgomery, who C&rl StamPer " I A. K. MATTPTN" 6 for 25 been f Wj.8 Powders Miit Ethel Clark was the guest The littie son of J. rAJl8ej. S for has made her home with George 25 JEWELER & OPTOMERTIST . pJHk, g very low with Veu ufis re- . "! Rice and family, left recently rnrV" Dried Peches '"7 I2j . . .J JACKSON, KY. t one uignc last weeic ? poriea sooits ucfcvci. .g. Pntues ......... ........ . . Eyes tested. Glasses Fitted. her home in Magoffin county. We' are sorry to say our best Watch Iospeclor L. & N. R. IL g1"!!!"? to W. M. IJIevins mad weet rotaioe .. 15 Apricots Mra. Arthur Kash of Landsaw girl friends are going to leave us West Liberty Tueday. Wt ..... . , 1 Special attention to mail oaders. 20 Cer i. go to Midd'etown. Ohio, that 15 i attended the meeting of 0. E. S. and Lvda Tntfc and Dora Nanior. ace, has Hendrix Henry, of . 20 if. - T CjHpa Hoseiny ........ virrrwa.? ..."7Z! . 10 at this place Saturday night. to Midctietown, Hurry up, girls, and come back, iqone Rskand colored beans ..... I2fc BONNY. riKea Jiesamj 5 Qanej, Quill Center and fam'.ly spent j Died, at his borne Undo Frank Johnson made his ncmroHia 1Q Saturday night and Sunday with j March loib of rneaale6 Ferguson, Mrs. Tom Byrd has measles. jMaerlye jq usual visit to Lacoy creek from his brother, Flcyd .n oaT Center, and ne ieaves a father, tforepirother, two jiiss Georgia McGuire spent Saturday Fijjs, JJinw meataad Joll-- o Saturday Dntil Monday. Eiia, family-- . sister?, a wife, and fduWyughters, to and Sunday with Miss nons, Uandxes and Lula Henry; rl ' """S j Prances. Alice Wells was the guest of her mourn his lo? In the?ab?ence of OHie Adams, r4 mil. I f O A ll" Mrs. Harve Sheets is visiting her pa; Meat and lard are going higher and does' the hacLman, BANK WITH US. Archie J.ohnson has night. rents Floyd Barker aud wife of Omer. j t-- ieare ugar in tbe renr Canned coodi been taking his We pay 4 per cait icttrcst a lima itpttiis. place on the road bold, bigber. rorter Clark is on the sick list Victor McGuire made his usual call Coticert this week. at this writing. at Flat Woods Suuday. Commercial Kelly Ratliff moved Tuesday in, AT Mr. and Mrs. Tom Henry sper,t Sun-- 1 Mra. Genera Brown of Laurel to Why not Subscribe-fo- r the J. R. Clark's house on Clark Jackson Kentucky. day night with D. G. Henry and family. ha3 rented from H. E, Swango the branch. Herald and be in style. Effie and Ethel Ad'ins visited their! cottage he recently bought from Measles are raging around in cousin Mrs. Lillie Ferguson Thursday. E. H. Patton and moved to it this part of the woods. Ada Toliver was the gusst of Nola Mae, the little daughter of Mr.j BOOKKEEPING Wednesday. ""T her cousin, Mis Pearl Clark, Sat- Txd and Mrs. George Blankenship, who has On account of tlie,tat number TYPEWRITING Jr Snowball. been very sick is better at this writing. of oil prodncers and eoxl,eratorr R. P. Swango is having his lot urday afterucon THE-- HIGH OF LIVING TELEGRAPHY and ' thatxpend the wefchd ac the Emma McUuire spent Saturday with sarden enc!0Eea with - a nice ingress rfiiWJSmESX COLLEIE iieid does. concert Vhoenix Hotel, a her sister Mrs. Tom Byrd. "ce wn,cn ccms much 10 seems to have as much considera will be given by thfyHioenix Ori fho Ir.nL-- nf Unc'e Nias Lovelace, who has leen Saturday ternoon chestra each tion for his constituents as if they confined to his room with lagripps most from 4 until 6 o'clock! jraising more corn, were face to face with him. Con-- ; all winter is able to be out again. Kelly jNickell of A Grassy Creak , Miss Hogarty willafrange i 'came up Wednesday "to see his ?ressmau Fields ablhfcy as potatoes, Mary McKinney ha returned home special program andMr. Bruce. G. LOCKEART, from Ejder where she ha'j been visiting daughter, xMinnie, auH. G. A)' er of one of the most important Iteynolds, who is consifered the her brother Jce McKinney. committees of the House, is rec- greatest violinist in the South, student, who has-thmeasles. have money to loan to will play a number of.solos. statesmen of the oguized by the Nannie Henry spent Monday with her CAMPTON, KY., ' sister Mrs. Oliver McGuire. Now is the tme for you to buy Country. He is the ranking mem- ; Tbe Phoenix Hotel greatly ap1 prepred to do any kind ot work in his to do liae oa short notice and a; verr reasonable your Summer preciates the palrouageof the Underwear we ber of the Committee on Military Uncle Mike Byrd, one of Morgau mountain people from tbi Southcounty's oldest citizens passed awsy at aud Norember, with headquarteis oougnt early and are able to sell Affairs and is considered as an AnstDar House. at ike east aud liig Sandy sectioas of the yourself the home of his daughter Mrs-- .lames; us you to fat normal prices. on this importantEub anthontivo State and will eudeaTorjfo make Vest March 18, 1917, infirmities due to; Swango Brothers, ject. their visits to Lexingtohuia pleaso.'d age. prices for farm products are' ant as possible. Congressman Fields is never too Bro. Win. Yucum failed to fill bin ap- Kelly Montgomery, a brothel of bnsy to stop and help somebody. soaring. pointment at the Bonny school house! Mrs. J, W. Bohanan, had the mis-- , We can compound jour Saturday and Sunday on account of his He has a way of making the most accurately and scientifically and fortune of having his leg broken timid feel perfectly at ease when illness. There was a large crowd out, J. W. MorienV return to you by next mail. while cocpling cars. He was fore Mottvilte, N. YMafch 5, 1917 and had singing, all seemed to enjoy Ween in need of drugs or druggists' in his presence, aud when he mak- eucsrlcs, write us, We will look after man of some railroad she songs, hope be will soon1 recover and hands when (qo a frionrl Tio Visa a vnv nf Voon. Dear Mr. Hollon: your wants promptly and at reasonIt is with grea pleasurt I ..witc you. be able to preach For us next third Sun-befell him able prices. jtneagcj m ing him, I beliove that the inter- I enjoyed very much reacirighe article day. A complete line of ;Wjritten by S. S. Combs, the "history of J AuutJuda Ward of our town ests of the people of the Ninth The little infant of Mr. and Mrs 1JL3 has spent the winter at the home District ars in safe hands as long the Combs Family in your paper a few Robert Cox fell in the fire Saturday aud ?nonthsago. I think hqjwtS 'a grand was seriously burned. j 'of her niece, Mrs. Kelly Nickell, as they are in the hands of W. J good man, judging by thpway you spoke AXD BOX CXSmESF oa Grassy. She celebrated her Burn, to the wife of Mr. and Mrs. Edd j W of lnm at the tune of his death. 1 was Fields. Wc willappGgMflHBfeie. 79th birthday anniversary March to en- - Craft March 18th, a hoy, name Ghaliuer. looKintr lor more 01 nia ktiu Vrtiira finltT i as rcwaru. h with, a b i jgd l a n or,- ,a t A lh e Wanted writing. ' j Owing to the finTountcf sickness Old Slave da-- before thCim War, but j the sick list is belter at this niece. in school and iu town the en ipr- - death claimed him and mr with was not ,TO .r..u. f (J. A. had to leave school E. L. Blankensnip and coir. tainment, to have been given 13' j fulfilled. When I was rf school boy I i home 'lbursday " account of sickness . I ITIRST NATIONAL BAMv GRASSY CREK Rfillo Tnvlor nnd T.po RppH of the Athletic Assocfnti nil mid nnet- - nlwnvc liL'prl tn h Middlctown, Ohio i Grassy Creek, and M ss Cynthia jpneda week, has been abandon- - sing My Old Kentucky Some as they Mr. James 1. Hollon JACKSON, KV. Elias 'Shociey aud Etta ,,. . .. . n rt i nm' orKca, at tnwr .10oms we I . the fam - Dear Rlllf.fl thn o.ntH i . JoMice jini two little sors Coy and Deu4 V Editor ? Montgomery were guests of Mrs. hpttere V . 7, U. S. Depbsitory TT1 Eobert Lykinn. of Wt Liberty, is zi, j T r d mis AfnrtAn SotnK uiiuniaiuiu, .. uuuy in ivrilU i 1.1. il. uuuiia uvwki.11 J. will oa U.. ii J. W. Bohanan Sunday. i . ,,, IU, 1UU HIU tc $280,000 Resources. ciaiion win ue tuKen caro ct 7 am vWtiiig frieuds Pud relatives at tins an,i fliniv 8undav. t0 Iok m my pliy aml see the Hora st,,1.hv,n?: j by voluntary "v A Geof THnninriofi pmnlovofl with tlm Amnripnn lobaeco contributions.. Thw V . . .. . accounts of firms stfm hnnfc -U Rii'h,V " VK.J. UcLm aud G. C. Allen j Th. haS We" V Kellv Nickell and M.J. A my x, of this' . and Ccvinstoa. I must sat aiff' am to iConipany. This is the largest scrap to individuals aud in corpora- some ume is improving very havodded some very promising j cellent one throuehoat thoughlfin Jrhy heart bacco factory in the world, they make t place, made n bu.Mi.e?3 trip to West Lib- daj' I have a dear slowly. I :;ipris. ' 9 brands of tobacco. There are SO ma - erty Wednesday. for Kentucky and its peoplS ffr., territory Ho their holdings. Drii-- i ' 4 per cent paid on all oeen recaivea sjnincs running m this plant an cacti KespectfuUy;, '"cWey snont Faiurday nicht iim cTssile nml Prank Iwia f Little! ling will begin as soon as machiu the !Jfl5 dab the mother ofnro 01 death of time Deposits. JohntW. Morton tyachine puts out 2S ocent packages a ,,a'nev Jeft Tp8J,.V for i...x'ilic,0n ti.lwth Brth father Elias Shockey at this nry can be gotten in. ' i"f 5?2 Wrk, a TO,n whicre,;hcre iw their n...d onild WillieUwfa who Pce. He was enroute for Alt. Sterlft mi,Ilt? LitfffiTlS "The Bank That Always "i". L0?an n o are OUU gins wonting anu inusi- un are " uw nuo liiiucu iiuuip.i court. is just alive, The numerous friends of Bertha Treats You Right." Gillmore, Ky. Ifrchp4 1917 from Kentucky. Girls are only allowed Murphy and Linden are nego- send their heartfelt sympathy in j A dinner wa3 eivn at the home oC Anew telephone line Matting from 'to work 54 hours per week for which 9 ?.' Mr. Sam Wilson, Wt J.. Ingram Sunday, March ISth, in. tiating with Eastern Capitalists this time of grief. iffs 1 tney are paid sio. My room mate Tom- - j Caruiel Oily and cnniine into the Gias-jHazel Green, Ky. honor .f hi? darghfer Anna BelleTa mie Lec is emploved at the American j switchboard haveing, 23. boxe. ' 'V. with a view to immediate develop-- j Owing to the amouutof sickness Dear Friend: birtbdny. The foUowinar were presents 'S P K"ing W. Day, of this plaoe, visited VQV?ay' Mrs. E. and contagion thnre was no snClal ment. , , : You will find enoloSdTl 00 fn. nays wore, a nuvouuvn her daughwr Mr?. . E. 'arJ Thursday. Jas. Ingram and wife, Dors'e Ingram,,, nouis oeiuga Tr. . Erathsr nff Satnrdnv 17th .7. wife ami liMle son Willard, Mrs. WT. USVQ villi piCMi consUint subscriber to the Herald. hoped these affairs may soon be UlbU JUU L"e Ferguaon, of this place, died Wed Ward,MissesJennifand Fern Nickell and Paper your room with paper at resumed. "Dear Old Herald" i?to say will send in some subscriptions as soon , .i Ruth Wills and Messrs. Alec Maxey and n Yoa to get our Free Catalogs of Swango Brothers. as I have time i brother DavM Lindeniplprnson, a nnA .itn-Jnim TEtr wife and five children to mourn his loss Ourtis Nickell. The writer wishes MW With best wishes and kindest regards x am aireaav sFruit and Shade Trees, Grope UK,a scnoer Tuesday to wmove his effects. T T1.. ..1 Mis. M- - L Amyx, of thfs place, visited Anna Belle many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Oliver Kash and little and I am sure he willenjoy readVlnee, Shrubs, Roses, Rhubarb, Mrs. J. D. Henry and family Wednesday Frances and Anna Whismao ing the Herald. The writer received a Iettftr this week Asparagus, Strawberries, Seed Po-- 1 daughter. Christine, of, Jackson, speut the weekend with parpnts. Mrs. J. B. Thompson T. evening. from C'esier Pieratt, who left for Iowa was born and rinsed on Gill-- ! T.nvplnnr! Ohio here. aro vising relatives He tatqretc. F. D. 3 Mar! 3. 1917 Shirlny Chambers returned Mon eefcs ago. about thre He stated that day afier a visit with his relatives more aud received mosj&f his odu - u..,i nm.i Moriri he ha landed aH . K but it was very ETfrjftiaf Ik- Orckird, Lawn k Garden, j ripnoiir: nnllmy of uish- - Hazel Green, Ky. i coll ut therr. Said he had bees to a trl llnack onanf ntnrriii n . ed his education John Hale who has been in NO ACENTSj MAYTOWN at Y. I gurss you haven't forgotten nio, and I lake about three mile? from Curlew and Sunday with his parent- MaiuavHIe,' Ohio sincM January F. ULLENMEYER It SONS, He left this creek in IB&Laud in it gives me great pleasure to read the the ice vm frozen three feet deeps1 nemo on ac- - . The Czar of Russia was oxcited Igfif) ha settled downBfri' OklaJdeiir old Herald. I can hardly do my 1917 tne nrst was caneu Misses OHie Phipps, Kathleen and Chesters many fi lends mi$3 Hit, . hu. KY. LEXINGTON. t .i ;j s.rr t count of the iiines3 of Vorsie and probably because of the fact that wnere ne now r6siaessaio uae work until I have read every word of it. Lexte Childers were callinu on Miss were glad to hear that La is satisf ed arid his children have the measles all " i sec so many names mar i mo- iug Rulh Wtlls Wf dnwday afternoon. wish him much success. Hattie who have measles, . four of them. Mauy of us can in oeen a successtui larmer&ana reailnfm .,nhnncrr nwnviwvi nnssed awav.tar- i Mrs. Etta this way fenl a Lympathetic kin- estate dealer and hasaccunmlated it has been twenty years since we liv-- were guests Justice and little son Benzil Mrs. H. s. efT : nd Mi?s Ruth WiTla; of Mrs. Jas. Iugram and called on Mrs. Wiley Wilson Thursday ship with his we have always a good living at those businesses. ed in your town but i Attison and Newt n Oh ambers family Wednesnay. afternoon. y He hai also held county pmc8 oul loved Hazel Green i have measles. WCfCUESTEK, KY. r n.. i i,j nr. are j9B Blackeyed Dude. , . Mrs. Raney Pier.itt and Jittle'daughter l.UUUJ , ! Noticpi3 herebv given thatHuey there. He is ranked asne of th a tarm near omoinnau, ana nave ,nnu, Hilda ,SmJ aie this week visiting her ''foster most inlluBntial mem tan of the the easurc of having TOme of our S300,000. j Ctf ittl Smrj Mrs. Ritta Oaudiff visited her Hollon, now confined in the State mother" Mrs. F. M. Jones at Tom's la. He tuoky fricndg out to seo us party in We find Branch. at Million, j lister, Mrs. Olerama Oldfield, near Reformatory, Frankfot, Ky., will I Itftsits Over Half make application to the Board of has always beeu a subscriber to this a very healthy place and the people Take Kotice. ! Daysboro, Thursday. Miss Pearl Crain was the guest of Mirtt Prison Commissioners, for are congenial. I bope to get back to ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. the Herald but I did 'not know i Titn at thair May meeting 1917. I &un Kentucky to see our friends some time Ruth Wills M.mdav cifcbt. Having decided to make COEIESPONDENCE INVITED whether or not he knew?sthe Her-- , Huey Hollon and shall not over look any opportunity Georgia Bohanan is down hockey, who ha been confined change in my business Little ennisjef is being published so I amending which prcseats itseif of coming to Hazel to bis room with lagrippe for tbe past with the measles. X. I. wTTlEIsrOON, - President. ments, I offer for sale my eutirt agaiu. it to him. I also haJanot her Green. few weeks is able to be out K. JL SPIAX Cashier. Wishing you much success and bestli Swango Brothers have some Dr. Kash is real busy attending brother in Okla. to whJStl will; wishes, I am your fnond, Charlie aad DiHa Lmkous went to holdings in Ilazel Green, whicfi rr Rhnrt nieasle patients, having about 20 consists of residence in a very deEzel shopping Wednesday afternoon. B Mrs. J.B.Thompson thing NEW in dress goods. Gases in town. time. Mr. Wilson from Neola was la our sirable location, also my general A Say. Uncle Sam, Rebecca's cai midst from Friday until Sunday and blacksmith and repair bniineic Curt Lacey called on his best girl Mis3 OHie Phipps which is well equipped to mwt wantUncle Robert Goodwin, of Still is still aliye. She said Golden Nickell aud John Blank-enshi- p No)lcsillc. Ind. R. R. 9 March 1, 1917 Saturday night. Come again Mr. Wil- - the requirements of any demand here stole a march in March water, died March 13th of old age. ed ta kill it when son for your smile3 dippel the gloom. So Hazel Green Herald in this lie. I will nake tkis sal Wednesday eve ended m a March He would have been 94 years oldJ We are all well and hoplljou are hard time finding says Miss OHie. As you had such a C. KKELL at a bargain price, and will either . I am like the mo T v ill now wedding at the home of her father, March 81st, the father of Mrs, also. Uncle John Terry Crain was out buggy sell all as a whols, or sparattly, you think you GUKES, K KEX. Dutchman's flea when S. H. Rose of, Stillwater. , . With best wishes fof 'ySr per- XVedne.adj eveBing. It re-Dr. A. C. Nickell. nit psrcher. Sr,,;., have found roe I am gone. I aow live! mindsthe writer of The Slow Train as may sonal prosperity, I il WorV Guaranteed An opportwiity to MnearNob!esville,Ind.,a city of 2o,000: Thrniich Arkansas, as sho T Uncle Carl Mize, of State street, is suf- Caarlie and Ray Cecil are irrra 'inhabitants. I have only been here a iJohnSTerry throagh the sirable propscfy at a bargain ;ia rib LdcaniLi 911 jl fshort time. This is a good country for mud. not very fr&qutly prwciWd. tim 8 fering this week with neuralgia of ! proving nicqly from measles. -, AL work and there are a great many factorUSH H D S P !the teeth. 0 . . r,A lrrn MiajRuth Wills called on Miss Leila I would advise any oa inWvwtfM l t. SOP! ies nere sucn asgia to tike advaaUfe of tki --o Saturday afternoon. Wendell McGuire is suffering While strolling along the street onli 11 SURGICAL CASES ONLYH and paper mills I am in tbe very best ;Biohie , Repectflly, Tront Ulis at the homo of his gaiUrday, Robinson Crusoe mot Friday. ' tT' ,1S' of health, tip the scales at 190 minus A JeffElam and wife, of n4r this place, OSPITAL FEES CASH with measles Aunt Jant Kash, " " UUV "UMiC." Jojih H". w.vflt hook. I have smallpox. --People around here are grend mother "H'ml Thatfe .nothing tonight at father's Wiev. At hit aeclll6 Jpcnt 1 JVjdpst regards toalh I am, . UC' " getting scared up. iwalvQ oloak: Biliv Sunday will nwi iniuc H : ue'' long sine.Mcecorfcf-Biact-- 1 IteSptiWU.Vi Aunt EHep tteratt is rem sickWinohetSr,Ky.gj .S.oleSt, pepdiPR vqgI it ter. (Munich.) Cart tmn M'6 - ' tCLi Keeo vour eve or the ibunf Man bt ? ; kd Bf !gW f He& w the Bank Book for some day lie .will be the man, with money and possess K-a- at zz.2Lzz , I i fcf uil'e a Fortune t i 1 - 3 Saturday Hargis Bank & Trust Company, Phoenix j j A. r, i j VJnFi DENTIST J COST ! ! j ; i c i- j - j 1 Sff j can be reduced by wheat, etc. j j e I I We Let j the it with. help you j I , help t i j HURRY! HURRY while i ! i j t j ; ! j 6WSTWS PEESEpr j Gil Ell, I i Hazel Green, Ky. ,- - MrCnslofIbitFe s LjjMr3A-.Gouch,Tvho- ia I ,,..,... t 1 ! 1 ! j . . i : j CViniTlc-An- l ' 1 1 111 ! . Wa-ohci- t . . : , I ' ! I 1 ' "if" jcv-ciu- ij V1" 1 -- - I j j ' j - Wanted! - j 1 11 1 j I j ; nc.-u- i i T7 ' j ! 1 TTo-ra- l i j I I ! I. I RHill, j t - ";--"i w 1 .... ! I, , j L'" K ' K-- q. j AS I - hu u a ol-"- u I J youre jg I I. i i write-you- ? ! j ' .b''.. s8 bi cr 1 t 1 , . ! 1 fnnfru-ffK- I i ; I K"v af,. ; .... i i ; BoP - - x " Sir y. '. . ' SSS 6' THE HA3JEL QHiilY CMTUMMiMit. GREEK HUALD Friday aight at the home of the j diw a M. CSsflMas G. Cur F, Hortofl, dtpety Coaty Mr. and Mrs. Peter Netherly 't ... x. "i I i.ftx TWiiuf iniiriir',iiiiniiii i f will aaafce their fature home sear m- -i n t.rlj-- ' ir - u Gkrk, visiua b family at art very tick at this writing. Bacaey tovilace and his siiterf Irvine I!m Gr, ry. ' Sanday. Satmrday fi Holl-oovil- le, fr acillinf booie. - UPPER GILLMORE. .... H xn4 THE HERAL CLUB BAROAIMS Hsbax& has Mate wiik Huwy yiWIttnw ad CAHPTOI. Hunt, of Jaekaoo, waa here laat wek visiting kis parents C. J. Elvin Hdibn bought of Millard The funeral services were held by BmcI Gre HeraW aniir aid m ptpeote wc restart Taalbe out: heifer pnee $29. Rev. P. R. Legg and the remains saj- tkatr father ka aredI his wigwa to'j N. Y. Workl.., l.W LEXIE several difereat tiajes is kjs mbs by. Look oat boyp cattle are coming were laid to rest at the Adams Ttal Vale Asd this child hs alwsjs stack to hia Fx ' to the front again, Oar Price to you graveyard near here. and like alerch to a lobster asd how Cleveland Rose bought of Harroom with toniilitii. We save y 35c Thelma, the little daughter of Mrs. Billie Spencer of Whisman find myself awi down here ia the esters part of KcatHckv ia Liviastoa cosaty.j lan Nickell a yearling mule for R- S. Mooreihas been ill the nast died at her heme Wednesday night JohnT. Hindman, of Jackson This county fcxs0Ke adraaisf es that few ' Hasel Grcea Herald tl. $65. Cfacicaati Wtelclj aqwrer..- - .7i was here last week looking after which he paid week. and was buried Thursday at the other co ob ties is Kentucky have. Look I People HMe (o'ry) .5 bis oil leases and consulting G. Whisman graveyard. We have oa the map and you will see that it u 1 Farm A Tireskie .J J. C. Lindon was a business vismost snrrennded with savigahle rivers and J. M.Tamlhe left here Friday Todays Mafaciiie (with 1 May W. Lovelace who is taking leases itor on Lacy Creek and Gillmore not heard the" particulars. it has several thoasands of acres of rleh.1 31 as low patteni) . .56 with a wsgo load of corn for j for hi w. the first part of this week'. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Legg seem to river bottom land. Fincastle. ToUl Value My father's farm borders the Teaaessee 4S.io be improving nicely. T. B. Hanks, aged 62 died Sat165 Oar Price to job.... river and I like to watch the large stealers i Mrs. Pearl Rose and children Dewey Qli?er bought of RainBy i and tow boats go up aad dowa the river, urday, March 10, of a complication visited her parents, David Vest t We sva yoa I UK Morning-glorThe price oflaad here is very reasonable. G. H. Gosgey moved to hii home of diseases. He had been in very and wife, of Frozen Creek this Taulbee twenty five bushel of corn j The progressive farmers arottsd here are . at $1 per bushel. Hazel Gree HeraW U.....4t.00 on south Washington street last poor health for a number of years. week. building Silos and are iatrodacins better i The EreniBjj Post (iaily )...'...,.. 3.8 He leaves a wife and eight childWat-kin- s Tulsa, Okla. Mar. 11 1917 '!ire stoct iat0 ihe coantry but we need a' Huait; 4c Favw . Price Trnlbee solo to Awk week. Missess Virginia and Cappa ' ,arm ascnt or demonsttor- ren all of whom are grown and rfiue,wofk horse. Price one Hazel Green Herald .$7o toixl Yalae Dr. John L. Cox is now domicil- married except the youngest son, Cecil Smith were the pleasant we need a far ageat so bad is that the' 3 75 Oar Price lo joa hundred dollars; II you Will allow me space in rfver farmers or rier rats a the highlaad-- j ed m Mrs. S. P. Hcwe'a property Finley, five sons and three daugh- guests of little Rebecca Lindon, your valuable paper I will write ers call us that is we waat thee. hill Billisj CoF:Boy. We aare yoa 75c on mala street. ter Willie, Cud and Lum, of Vor- Thursday night, With this order the Kreakjr Pert you something that might inter - i",rholiveo,ttiathc sticks lo stop pIo"Ib' will aire yoa free, delivery ciMtrye 0. G. Williams who for the past tex, Finley, of- - Middletown, Ohio, Miss Lula Carroll, of Lexington Vth$&hr15ffigi8fflt makes onr soU rich bat it also bays oar prepaid, hr4r eTcr b!qiHic laaeg h two weeks has been ic the of Winchester, IJrs. James visited her father John Carroll, Fred, four years. From there I was sent eaces and 511s np oar ditches and there is and 112 ; rafted apfie tret. I a Hospital, Lexington where Drake and Mrs. Van B. Elkins, of Dorolky Perkics, Hj are last week. She was accompanied LEE CITY to Hazard and snent ono vgai-- ; io one who likes to wade through the Hasty 1 whit Mawaa CiAVi, I he underwent a trgical operation nnd unless it is a school kid. j Campton, and Mrs. W. L. Byrd, by her brother, James, who has ; r there, from whence I was appoint-- ; The late sown wheat and grass is a com- - Criw.so Queen, I Sustant 1 stone is reported to be for gall ar.ee. Tfce apule tree are 3 of Hindman. le(e failure on account of so much freezing been at Frankfort for the pastj The 3 Jonathaa V StyaMA Hose Coming Herald was ed to ray present charse afc Wil- - reather. Tht; groand has beea to wet and j improving. Boon, sf the deceased was known year' Wealthy. splendid little city :old enjoyed very much. Through it we liamstown,-to plow lauch and as I write this it is Judge Y B. Duff will leTe the to his many friends was a man j mid VVB V hotvrPPn onit '"-o- " ouu.; aowin again. Hazel Green Herald friends we had lost V Mrs. Delia Nickell and baby, heard first of April to be treated by a who was well respected by all, was Oiacinnati Pot siSht of- - EG- - In&t Nettie Lohide Cincinnati, on the Q and C R. R.l Ihavebeen yery busy this winter and Far & Fireside (daily) ) specialist for stomach tremble. M He visited her mother, Mrs. Eliza-a kind hnsband and father. bbis and cnttins bashes Roxie-Robesides others we I am now well in my eighth vear prins hunt5u5 like .3 beth Haddix Saturday and- Sun-ja- ud , berrie but don't like Todays (monthly)!.monthly It . nd briers. I .j :..: Mrs. Emaline Shull a very old is the last of four brothers to an-- j WoBoan's World ( iu mo luiuiauj auu aurmg tnai La were interested in. :rs neither do they like me. ! Farm Engineering (rsoataiy) He was daVi 'lady is very low with a complica-- ; ewer the last summons. j Rev. Harlan Murphy is holding time I have seeu mauy souls, both It looks like we are going to have to fight a son of Hon. Cod M. Hanks, one 8.8ft Tnt.il Vnlup-Menefee Haddix sold nis farm a tea days meeting at this place, young and old, rejoice in the del- iermany and if we do I hope Uncle Sam tion of diseases. 3.S5T Our Price to you of the first founders and settlers on Gillmore Creek containing 100 j Much, good- is being done. Those iverance from sin through the rill give the Kaiser and General Carranza Frank Elkins. asre 55 vears died black nose and a bloody eye. I wonder of Campton and Wolfe county. acres to Henry Dunn for a consid-- j wno We save you $iS5 power of the Gospel of Christ. iow many of the mountain boys of Kea- -j have thus far given at the iome of D. C. Steele Satur-- ! This family has been one of the During all my travels I have not ucky will be loyal to their government in j Hazel Green Herald of $500. j ves to Christ are ; Harry Fallen, ..MM day night the 17th inst. and was heir present crisis and feel sure the grand foremost iu political and Eocial (daily) 3J Rcae Brela L Avis forgotten the friends and acquain- Id stars and stripes will never be drives Louisville Herald graveyard on buried in the Slkini Colonel Bush will this weekGarl affairs of the county. Total Value. MM Ross and Rhoda Acres. Many who tances of my native heath. To me 2 the high seas and that it will forever! Holly creek Monday. The deceased is survivad by sev- move from J. D. Rose's farm to (Jar Price to you.. land and had strayed-othe way have been they are the best people on the rave o'er theas longof the free are the hoe E. T. Bailey made a business en sisters, Mesdames Laura Hor-te- the farm on Gillmoae recently as there brave any red We save you 60c Jlobe, and in all my wanderings i reclaimed. trip to MiddletowD, Ohio last A. D. Lykins and Miss Dora purchased by Henry Dunn. have never found a people that ex ill see the people everywheae criticising Measles is jtill boarding with Hazel Green Herald.. week. Hanks, of Campton, Mrs. Barnie M the Lee Cjtyj people. This is a celled them, and I have never bran r government and uphoTdwMberj Louisville Ticxes (daily) Andrew Bush who has been at people should b&gvren I. N. Williams sold to Adam Guy, of Winchester, Mesdamea Greeudale for the past yeas re- - guest all will oe glad to see leav- - ashamed or afraid to own themi janons. Such sent to the coantry theytheir . Total Value MM up- ass ports and Greech one milch cow for $80. This Mattie Cox and Sarah Wilson, of turned home, Monday much to mg forever; ur Price to joa ... i cand defend them from nuwarrant- tt idd. is getting yftry high under a Dem- Okla. and Mrs. Lucy Townsand, of the delght of his parents, Enoch John Bradlj still liuger3 but ed and nujutt criticism. I have Pardon me bat before I lay my pea aside U'esare yoflJ$ like to know who the poet is whose Illinois. ocratic admmiitration. I Bush and wife. there is no?hop3 for his recovery. two children, girls, six and twelvB ' ems appear in the Herald. Any cae can j H&zA " MM i TT" years of age that can't be beat ; Funeral services were conducted j Swastika he or she is not of the pie face class aad Born to thl wife of Harlan IairjgtJmBm & 4Jt Some one without loave or lie-- ; at the residence by Rev. L. T, Al- anywhere; We. ?reatly enjoy tbe a readers will note that he tells the story Ward, a gujr Fiauces Ellen. u. To enB entered the premises of A. n hson and Rev. W. T. Tyler. Rev. brief aad raakasit rhyme at the saraei i t evervbdO candoBacfTtrfel lizzie jabrtl? and Calla Rose r tPhvur . last, Wednesday night , , ndm lto the de- ITylsr buing a brother , r3p , HazeHSrHJll nyniflS. a gifted poet like he I would spend the rest spent Satafiiaysnd Sunday with ioe tneretrom two wras ana two PEKIH .f of my days writinypoeas about what waa Hazel Green, Ky. . Steve Wilson md familj. side of airesh butchered pig. Yours of Feb. 24 came duly , to be 'seen around Haael Green and the. Dear Sir; buried in the I. S. Miller grave- horn t 8m) 21 Lee Rose trlded to Bill Pack to hand. We thank you and yours verv Wue eJ'cd Belle of fair E1 and fexiaftov people A musical recital and play was THrd. Mr. Hanks was a member We were more anxious to get aa elght year ld mare for a nine that were so witty io and about Lee City, I ; snort;il for thn tn ,nfn total Value given by Miss Jennie Belle George 0ftheM.E. church and of the! wiA ould jbur Price to joa the dear old Herald last week than Vflar nlr? mnl y. . 3.i, nvin am fn hnnt.' in the regular "Home Coming" i,5ue of but as make my rhymes right upto betimes,; I and cer music class at the school Fxatemal Orders F. fcA. M. and con'.Q it is I guess I wdl haye vou apeak. If we could sav any. ever and we thiak it was so nice We save you 50c J Jim Arutt traded a pair of old A.l ti. building Saturday night which was jQ. o, F. thing that 5Vould be of interest would: I have sown a good many bushels of wild of our Editor to print the letters mules to Elfdewis for a pair of certainly eu- The two next afcove o3ers for Th well attended and very much be glad to do so. We arc- sub- - oats in my days and hare a few aaore yet to The bereaved have th Brmnafh from subscribers as they were so young ones; Terms of trade not scribers to your valuable paper and have sow I have rambled through any of the Herald and Leader are for one year. joyed by all. i of all the community. Vuvm anm if interesting and especially the one known. fif Trinc v, spen orui central ana coumern siaies oa w For Six Months just oe half price. Walter Oliver visited home folks j Lane Rob- - cer Cooper in the year of 1SS5 and have me there is no place so dear to me as Addie Skoda? and from Colorada. 1.00 ern TTpnthekr where I first saw the ifcht of; Hazel Green Herald at iVnce, Saturday and Sunday, j erts were married March 15 and retained in our possesion a copy of one day &nd 2 i0Dg once more to nmbe ainonS Lexington Herald (daily). sj a. M. Mcbrnire 01 tnis place and ; the rocks aud rills where I spent rainy a Millard Alien who for the past Total Value. i! M, C. Tohver of Mize went to have gone tolMcRoberta to make of the first "issues." ...OOO ' CAN MEL CITY Mrs. Casker and I planned to make I a happy childhood day. liomff'S Onr Price to you ..... 5.60 their three months has been at Middle- -' Breathitt last week and returned Vith best regards to you and Uncle Sam, j this trip and spend the winter in South-- 1 J'Jf Rosebud . We save you 50c lam verTtruly, town, Ohio returned home Satur-- j .1 with a nice bunch of cattle. ern Cal. about Oct. 191 but receivmg a Claudius G. Carr Mrs. Susan Lykins and daughter, 4o day. The above offets are not available message that Mrs. M. J. Slimp of Neosho -' 2 0. N. Pennington the Rawleigh Mrs. Tom Davis, returned Satur- to those who live within a radiac, Mo., Mre. Caskeys sister was badly crip- Mrs. J.E Caudill is visiting rel- day covered by regular camera. i t' from Carlsbad Springs feeling mau nag iu iruia iiuiuilj uaiuiuiij i pled and not expected to recover, we Muncie, Ind. March, S 1917 f.rnncnn.tinrr hnssnoss atives at Tallega this week. j greatly benefitted. J rushed off to sec her May 29, 1916, rem- - Hazel Greon Herald. u u n t TBI HAUL CtlfX IUJJL1, u m jui jgutci u I UVUiS Ul u. tt . nrnnnt ' lUJ aiding her James Drake bought of Daniel Dear Editor: , ii , p:Tr .m 'Heft with Aug.until she got better. Yc T ,r VT1UU3 Custer Jones returned Saturday was issuii BUfioueiy in wim Bua maivl MJ4 1 for Bedford, I1ZCL HIR, XOmKKT. Iowa a" i there for' a letter to rcnlv to vour renuest McQuinu one house and lot on from Louisville. grippe but is better at this wri - Visiting tEek . Sister, Mrs' Lucy wfioro w snnnr snmo.timr with lo tivp vrair nnnir T nrM'nf. thn onnollinitv Jiala stre'iL nhilfifriS U'Kh, IS 111 VPrV riOOr iriH frlonrJa inrl than laft tnr- Cnntliom ' itr?fi rlf"inirf Tr IllsWn snmptimft Since ij iug. Mr. aud MrB. A, H. Snowden Joe Lykius ana Clay Stavuper Colifornia. Meeting L. C. Caskcy and his Ihavc taken the Herald but Hike to read Riv. Willie Dunn of R!rlir i?rfnt health. Newald, Wis. Mar. 3 1917 went to Jackson last week for a waa visiting wife in St. Jo, Mo. we all four boarded it, and can hardly wait until the papers . are at Torrent looking for a 30b few t ollon, Editor, night w.th J, H.! M. Soulrnett davs viset with the forhier Saturday Hazel Green, Ky. Parents flliaon Roae and wife the D. & R. G. R. R. train crossing 1he ' come, t notice the contest is ovcr.I must iu the new oil fields. McGuire and Jilled hie regular ap- parents. Cplorada Mountain at the top of the say the winners worked earnestly forTjjea,. gir;. at Lee City Sanaay. from! A. H. Stamper returned m a1 . ana 1 am xer at eld Grassy Sunday. .f, feet above sTcned for vour Daixr ihnr I '2 Rob Caudill came 111 Sunday to pointment Ida Gibbiand RosaLiudon wbrld 10242 on said road. sea level the i"our PPcr j highest point MiBsees Annie and Myrtle Hale;' We stopped niy subscription to Mrs. G. O. Rose of Curtis O. Rose, a friend of minel waa Zachanah, Monday, where he had look ,i on a shopping atl about the interests of bis went to Hs&cnawa .. Salt Lake City employed a car and Lcxie. I had npt heard of Mr Cooper's raised in Wolfe 'County, beeu to visit his grand daughter f3rm j of Grassy Creek spent the week j tour WedneSay. I came ,to this couatry in 1014 visited the most important places too death until I began taking the Herald who is very low with fever. endwith their unole, A. R. Hale Mrs. Rowland Lindon has been numerous to mention, at this time. We ' so vou sec 1 have Deen infesinS some-- ! from Jackson. This is one o the great-the- n Rev. W. F. Chappel will begin a W. B. Duff sold to :N'wet Wii - !, Jf Misses Maggie Fugate and Ethel very aick fora'few days. left for San Francisco Cal. where thin5- - Wcl1 1 hardly know what to est states in the union. The cliraaU:-if V, ten days meetin at Saints' church . ' 05 1 c311 iink of sa much to say. f very healthful and there is plasty of liams one milch cow price 160. Lydia Aun and Nora Nickell we took in the sights of the city. Cros- Murphy spent Sunday with Alta Wednesday nighfc. see all my friends in Ky. who worjc at good wages. If 1 wero visiting .Bessie and Bonnie sing the Rockies at the Soldiers Summit aud Faunie McGuire. C. B Lykius and family of Dunmy ,e'ter 1 wuld be glad. I j giad w gct Herald so.as I 7454 feet above sea level we made our iGibbs Satarday night. J?our ot way via Los Angeles Cal. to Radondo wish the Upper Gillmore correspondent lo hear from all my old friends. right, Oklahoma are expected to Asa tckell and family of near Mra . Ffaoc Gibt little grand would get busy. I am acquainted with cveryBodv arrive here this week to make their ? Ezel were visiting A. B.Hale nd daughters &ent Thursday night Beach, where we spent the winter and ! My husband is now in Sapulpa, Okla, about Hazel Green as that is ,nj old. now at this place Los Angeles valley; VALERIA home. future I family Saturday night aud Sun- - with gey are Louj8) Rath where wc cau look a short distance north He is a glassworker. I have three child- - home town. I will be glad to have! yon The itifufc' child of Granville day IMayandlllwa Gibbs. The night upon the snow covered mountains and ren tTVO buys and one S1"1- - Tbc boys arc print the letter and would like oldcsfc ,a ten and jn Sde enough letters lo fill your paper. 'm scho1- .Bailey is very low with fever. Quite a number of girls at Val S. H. Combs of this place made j spent withHgraudma will be long also see the beiiutifui Los Angeles Valley and tnc omcr six years oia m graaej ' covered from one foothill to the other Trustees from the various school eria were going to tho cliffs Sun a business trip to Helechawa Sat - ' remembareifby the tittle oues. with orange and lemon trees bending 1 A. How is March down, there as windy j . . re i t, it'ivmn is vibiliuit iitr with their golden fruit; and. good. con-(districts met at the office of Snpt.iday Dt the snow and wiud were j nrnv. cverric ccriamiy is Diusrery ncre. mif eytou ou crete boulevards leading in every direc- - j will gladly welcome springtime. I guess aa Shpckey a;id elected the chair- - too severe. Ben Murphy and James Kow'moer" TA-,r- . Til OIOIT ra53y im??8 men tf the various divisions. Mrs. Ida Swango and daughter j land were on this creek Saturday . The Herafd last week was sure a heaven on earth. This is only ihe might not have the oprwrtunity of writ- These chairmen compose County were the guests of Mrs. Eliza ,tor ZeI Ur io? i.rl MraW.UMKl Urttm, bright side, will tell the other later. j ing soon. i jess we will move to fiue. asain of Education. The County ton Fridiy afternoou. n5 . With hf;t, wihr-- nm! IrmHrvsf. Tftrrrie r may ...... Mrs. E, W. Day of Grass? ivget aom to sect Air. HollriR- - f vih in ikMlr.-vruGowbov. uki:i. lan. i f Supt. beiug chairman of the Board. We are, Creek Waited her daughter Mra. all the people before I go there to. Hve..the nicft mi rectiT Willie Swango Etayed all night fM Yours very respeotfully, The followi g were chosen : I must close thanking !Mr. Holloa ver' cntly uuOoa la j with bis uncle Yolna Mnrphy Sat- -' Lucy Lacy last week, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Caskcy muoh Division No: 1 II L. Taulbee, f TORRENT. "HomecoBiir.g hi," tkreafk l4a mi-urday night. Rev. Harlan Murphy of this! Mrs. Millie Fcnska ; unins of your aper. Division No: 2 J. G. Trimble, A large stow visited us a few place went to Lee City last wtek , 615 S. Hockley St. , M la5t yhh lQ yeiir Division No: 3 C. A. McQoinn. Mrs- - Volna Murphy and family J imaiate m' , to preach. Lagrange, Ind. Mar. 12, 1917 1 Division No: 4 W. L. Hobbs, oc was th later of iiwt; H, were the guests of Shiloh Swango j tr Zachar-visitin- g Bear Sir Decensber 13 16 at the my Division No: 5 G. S. Terrill, Byrd Neff of Lacy Creek was I. Mrs. Uonfrd Adams of Sunday. Z7,, , I was certainly clad to set the Herald. 26r Gumming ave. Trenton, jS.i. iah is improving nicely. Division No: 6 T. F. Stamper. friends and relatives jn Editor Herald, Through the Herald I can get nes from Nsbh,. of Toiirer, Ky wm Lula Murphy was the gnest of .avr ' '"'"'-- j .. tJasnpr n hie was in io u i.utb- - oacKincrc i was oom m Jicnuwcoun- Mrs. J. EL Gevedon, of Quick-saud- j Mra. BiKuucu rn Ltla Cannoy Thursdayater- - Church at Bonny Sunday. am Pleased to jdin fa your Homa"; ' My father, W. S. Wlhon. lived near i I j ty. day deHverlbg wag0us. is visiting relatives here. TvWltTIXIlE noou. Coming issue of the Herald for I do lika 31 w mw Hi zel Green all his life C J. B. Fugate who has been af. Torrehtlt on a boom since the) am aUending Mongo High School. old paper and the let- - i S. B, Smith and Isaac Elkins -i to read the dear uckT friencb I have Misses? Ethel C I a r k eNL nTn i f fenng with la grippe is improving, ahrQil fi & prMBnted itself. I haj-- two slsttr, Daisy and Dilemma, who tcrs from old m f?J- rvedonthederaljury in the) gt amper sud Ethel SwaDgo were . ... s . . have . ald hwn in this State since Julv 1S9. "nilUps wno is preparing guesi ioma, of the citizens can aiaiaweno. u. o. oourx xt JacKsou last week, 'il guests of Ethel Cannoy Satur-Utftod mvKy.homefoor time, awl - With W wii, to Wi&w the ' to repair his dwelling has been drink better liqoor man iney .eatiw wirrMina nect to nav another one soon. many friend. write to us. G. WSalley and Bill Taylor at- -; XT t ureou xiursuu smaI i t.I hauling lumber from S H. have been jirinking. Lonz:iJve il naet f i no j Te are delighted with the Herald tended onrt at Jackson last week, j TAat c Combs mill. B the Editor'"GuattTrtlrway ud Bailie Kin-- ! With b&t wishes, I am, Sv wllPn r infnrmprt Kill! .Mrs. Iizze;toefkr Wilson! of Mrs. Murphy Monday." BLoxrs. Aulcy May ciiid were Jfiaiitiily married last) Thrie-a-Wek X ; ; Attorneys G. B. Sttmpcr aad ind A. D. Lykiua are attee4inft ike Stanton CircVit coart tkk week. Stephen Alien and wift, of Grandon, Wii. caaa iu SaUrday r,ltr spending lir yer in the north. Stere aayi hk father's far fcemi now to be th plac to locate. Rev. W, L. Byrd, potior of the M. E. church at Hi ad an, together with hie wife and children are visiting relative here. Letcher preached at the M, E. church here Sunday morning and night. Fred Hank and rjife, of Winchester, are here on a visit and also to look oat a location to more here this spring, and lasaing aoaae oil lands. J. H. ad G. B. &tapc last oa 9000 acre oil wtis,took territory in the Bed River and Valeria vicinity. Mrs. T. B. Hanks and sou, Fin-lawill movt to their farm at Vortex April 1st. Clinton Dolphin who has been in Middbstown Ohio fee some time baft returned home. Jack Smith is confined to his lei y, Mrs. Scott Nickell visited her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Haddix Satmrday night and Sunday. Eev. Jamea Nicktll left Saturday to fill his regular appointment at Haddix, Ky. Born io the wlfs of A. B. Banka a ten pound boy, LucMpie. Miss LillieHaynes was the guest of Miss Maggie Haddix Saturday and Sunday. MartJ iUd relative water Sandav. at Skill. f , Adams, age 3 urxrtitt son of W. M. ana of ,. ADOie & L.N. wife who Lewis Taalbeo hrve ben m'Soutb Lebanon, bhio for tin n.gt'vear are here viaitine the former's parents. Lewis is ai noted man and has a charming wife (Roe).. We are glad to have them with at. Oler th,t moit drded St o'W. H.and FxjaJ. sumption. He diK., a leaves five Aflimi,' m uciw ovitra. nBvamic aveim , wife and wv.u con. i.iJ, jr,7 r i I " vtum me m, w iiun in . i mum. JTOf BMT1 , , T ' oue child a father, mother, and EliaXorfn coatr k M u m Drotersj James snd Porter jscribrofAeHIi - I iwtj tkwe aams, maianapolis, lud. Early, t : vMl"ITTw. IV --TV T Earnest and Charlie Adams atjaoivetj fitwirxJlrery kc, l Torrent. Three sisters ; Mrs. Crit ia etwix Utwem. 1 m Mt Kaik j Cable, Mrs. Dave Hampton and fr Ecitfeer 1 T fhi eU " c r crr w. 7 .i. 1 Tn aad wtkj Isr la iU reitffi it fpta whhy imMj dferkk -- orer . " auiuii. lu in fin rn ni s inaa ... noc if orcktred Wiigiy. G over Um fellewk Ht ami pick 4 Um Bmi. at o4 a. fiiiiffchi tke om we Ut 9iu o(kr f row ymr pTli.hir aa ai oc. al-- " Jrl smi-meny)- .. y. J i j : ; , St-jop- i Tto-saie- ri d, 1 Vlae-sipaa- d3 a frf .t. j I (twic-a-Tth- - ; ; i ; . ! , - : them-sel-erati- j ! '. n, ! i f , j . ! ' ! ! t - 1 , ! ; . ; n ! . j - j T - i ; l ; , ! ! ! I i i ; 1 I I ! : ....... ii i mi mm I ii mm n n mm ! I : j ; t- ! . W 2 i 1 . ,j ! ' I - i j ! : T ! ; ! i ! s j ! j j j - : ; ! ! , ! - ; ! j i J ; . j i ; . ; iuure, t : . i as j j 1 i Hel-Boa- dd ; ; - ; ...... ! ! r I I i ; ! ) jso. : pt ; 3-- -l liet - ! j , J I , i fa e ! ; f rhLft!!?1 --- i i i,.tJ TT 1 4 jmw