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The Oldest, Most Popular, Most Widely Crcuftid tod tixt$mtl Pipr tht Kentucky tun," if nWB 47 Y1AR. HAZEL GREEN,'. WOLFE COUNT'S', KKNtff jffCYj THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1917. 8 UNCLE SAM'S EHYMES WUmkf of OIL - je of weapons for a few hours each week, after once being thoi'o-ughl- y trained could earn their living a good living in peace times and be ready to fight at any momenta ; It we spent a thousand millions a vear on sutrh an armv TSqjidb'Mi tWe, 'tit errywkef, a4 toil we should have to show at the end often years ten thousand Jfcww mmn4 r IbmI Mi fjtr and sear, million dollars worth of useful work instead of ten thousand ', ,44 iL , o millions burned up and lost. There is no reason why ours should be an army of idlers, tomf, wMjMft'i k ebrra, ki men waiting for war to come. Instead of a few men getting l5 a 4 Hjwt p9fxcur Jb 'ery fcnti. moiith,50 cents a day, doing nothing but waiting tor war, JL4 w!mi 'tfc p prs have been 6igncd, the United States could afford to have a quarter of a million Vl'MiL'' hour of toil men getting regular high wages, leading comfortable li ves, Sbfttt Ti4 litre etrsier dream, Imc ky,kre struck the oil. proud of their position and in wartime defending a good job If reached tSe mark, as well as good country. Anm fcftrHyy hare 14 atiwiflife'g brief span, Such men could dig the canals that the country needs. AkA late i axyrly ther bars worked They could begin by uniting the oceans and .the great lakes man. As h$uri m via the Mississippi. X isfiMtHK cawe to eotae of them all ilid'spotf. Their officers, trained engineers, would be usefully emet3s TJli Wter days arc bimng bright, ployed and all well paid. And money spent on them would Ikey Wave struck the oil. be money spent on improving the United States, not thrown We wrfl aot stop it; let it come, away, a useless debt piled up. ' lwe scooting on the war, And what we say about a standing army, democratic, 'Tki 4rUk are boring hera and there, self supporting, making the country richer instead of poorer, ;kfc ke us all O. K. town the biggest boost, !tkUl'g applies also to the navy. ""SKfwoali ht tfee proper nap, The United States government could and should own Te ee r little eld Hazel Green ,. ?anc operate a thousand great ships. In.feirflfc 'of peace their A lIf bBBeh on the msp. guns could be left ashore. They could carry the freight of bitsiaese, tn, will lorge ahead, 3a oa tremendous sweei, the country, pay their expenses and at a profit The men Tkes wealth would Toll in day by day, would be the world's best paid sailors in peace, best fighting Ak4 a if ht while we're asleep, men in war. ;W,e'lI ctcb it Coating ronnd on wings, In time of war and in time of submarine or warship danthere'll "b bo recoil, Th world will W ours sure enough ger they could take qu their guns. A ileet of a thousand VJltes cv'jjthing beams with oil. great ships with ten great cannon and ten ood .gunners' on ' Dnclk Sam. ieach cannon with as Ions: ran ire as anv in the world 'need not fear any fleet. . t t D. T. Ifickell rni it it jinu rtjuunti war imis iluugm,i n. wona ii i iLea ions are tne luah fa Dayton, Ohio March 25 1917 useless. Once their range is taken they can be desroyed. Afleetof a thousand great freight ships would be a thou Mr. JmA? H&lon, , ;';, sand great floating, moving forts. A fleet of a thousand Pear aicg: shhlS. with 10.000 orpat. lnno- van crn nnrl lOOTMl hirrli Jl-i- paid men any of tho&wUnt and numerous deserters that are the despair Of thetoiy and navy nOW? Men hate a life djjprpfetwo-naidleness,and professional (idleness plus small ijr dUcourages enlistment. A navy (By Arthur Brisbane) jand army such as we ro (kscribed, paying high wages and Tlio United States could emplpy useMljj- in peace and setting back dollar ..Jor dojlar from canals, roads, bridges in war 250,000 trained soldiers. built, swamns drainei and deaerts irrigated, would have These men exereised in manuvering, drilling and tlie use their pick of the powrjful men of the.United States. The An Army and -- Navy Self Supporting an(3 Truly Democratic, 1 i l -- f only problem would Je selection, Why should thi4 republic always plan for the kind and navy thaijthekins invented when army and navy were really intoided to protect kins from their own people or to enable kfg to attack weak neighbors? If John D. Riefejler bwned the United Scates he would make the arrnl ad navy self supporting and highly efficient. j-- of-arm- . Why should notihis republic do for itself what such an industrial genius as Jtockeieller would do if he owned the whole country instead of part of it? If you think it'3foth while, write to your congressmanv and your senator citjibut this articleand send it with your letters if vou think icfftld be a good idea for the govern ment to own its shipjj-:tplan as far as practicable for a "How Times Have Changed self supporting arm Since Mother Was a Girl." mcs krz a&n , Tne navy won. iiiit, t :tiin Hint i.i wl the (From Hazel Green Herald March 4, 18S5.) . United States wSi aSSs&U menu tuc, u: ui""eso lit luv; nuuu. hi fact ever For li.-The army woiiiapfevM hig jig the need of internal im- - Mince I sold or six weeks,inor Champion the my interest provements in the Sta which would mean an mill company to Hun. V. O. Mize, it army big enough iopieare of all poisi)le emergencies. has been the recurring question by my o tin displayed and are now furthering a a Ai i terests of education in Eastern Kentucky and thc Hcral(1 hopC, to sce Hazci Green 'Academy not alone the finest school building in this section, but thq finest east oi wmg-- . i etiucauonaimstituuon principal, rrof. N. B. tosr ton. The in the two. years past has proved himself an educator, and willdevotehis Umeand ' talents to. the development of the minda of all who may be so fortunate as to attend this institution. The Board of Directors, J. T. Day, Judge G. B. Swango and W. Or Mize, are too yoll knqwn over; mi this wide land to need encomium, from lis.. It is sufficient tp say that tbvy have JDemocratio entered into this enterprise almost solcjy! for the purpose of advancing the interRepretentatrfc est of our section, and should receive every encouragement. For particnlars, see circulars, or address the principal, Vo are authorized to aanounc Qx Cv Prof. N. B. Hays. TAULBEE,as a-- ndidatofcrRfreserv tativein the 9 1st Legislative Dfetrjctf "LAW ME!" subject to tho Democratic primary,. August 1017. ' I m i AraOUNGEMENTS : .r County rA Jufe ' Jnga nVe are authorised to anriounccvEp GAR T. KASH, as a eatfdidate' Judge on the Democratic-tieket- i subject to the primary August 1917. ECHOES OF TBS J?rr, hold service at the next regular meeting LACY CREEK In and Around Ha Thirty Years m TAKEN FROM Jude G. W. Carson, John D. an4 C M. Fallen were appointed ifisiowors Rose com- - , Hl&tlpUt. 1 mm, to divide the farm of Rebecca tillwater, which they have b'c&'ck'fe.the best of their ability. CM&ty.ot G. W. Miller, our blacksmith, will move, to Powell county in a short time. He will, doubtless be missed, as he is a- - first idass siith. . DEC. 9, 16 . i Trimble & Jame's orfihriciMihed i muaiu lur but; ciusiug- - v.wrmmmm public school, and it k naKMtO' my. t wn? hitrlilv fninviihlr- 'SHP? ' '.if. G. S. - F.N Day of our towrillfww Dajr m. to the property of - Sample had a barn raising yester-daTA jolly time,, a goo'd day's work un excellent dinner consumed the y. TlKni:h mv eotitribution k rstber GAMPTON utimA'.w nMPrt'thf mins 4nrikTnnv?ihlo iool-- c if of oa! I " leffc. on hore. rwiLW.k Mine ui uuuiHi-- ub, uai lifer ijuni it would travel togeifci&r. J.n tima ot reat'iiTxhe ffricnd, : T J1 J. t vr i t, Ji bo '&jHtw3te-""KirboKgkt saw i5 Hiwanter has sold his Sample, WiJtpt)ii farm and of J. N Vaughn acres. neighbors and friends, ' Look nere, God-seCounty Attorney why did you sell yuur interest in the Ur, it seems to me you vrtie nnili making indfeeynd the bpitfnefts suited We are authorized tr aunouncc, Wv B:,. you, and I don't see why you want to DUFFrof Campton, as a candidktfon rjuit it," &c As I now hate, and always County Attorney of Wolfe County,, objhave had the intertst of my friends and ect to the Democratic primary August neighbors at heart, 1 do kindly respect 1917. their anxiety for my welfare. Therefore, I adopt this method oi answering to the We are authorized to announce LfeE satisfaction of all theii inquiries, I hope BERN ALLEN as a candidate for-- Qeii In my early dnj si was reared in a porty Attorney of Wolfe County subject to p tankard of tion of Kentucky where the civilization did not rank very high, hut the Democratic Primarj', August 4, fif? hy.the aid of ihe Great Ruler of the universe, J was. permitted to mingle a conWe are authorized to announce J. fM. siderable portion of my early life with TESTER as a candidote for Ceiinty Atthe church going people of the "Old Do torney of Wolfe County subject to minion," the mother of xtatesmen, andJ Democratic Primary, August A, 1917 while under the kind i?.fluence of this Christian people I was taught the imporCounty Clerk tant leswna, "That man born of w.nan is of few days sad" Jell of trouble, he We aro authorised spriagjtK forth a a. fi?iwer- und Is cm Hnounc W. ST. duw1 Ice', acd tkat uIt k easier .fqjr. T;UTT;a a cadfcate .fcr Cw ty Covrt camel tuge.Utruttgk ike eye of a Miie b )er k , mytmK-- , Kj tMSvtp." f tW fur a mk mm .Hj tksf the khM , .tk. t womm a my;oi 1 W ive rB ' fn t e n ds lad and ntudent at tnt ijkg ""T and send them tofschool. proving tng umtea otates as a worKman improves a farm. r"," Old Acadeaay and then ia the new one I Grive the United States a navy, to start with, of a thou on the hiH &dlelieve me; it' good tod A yMi.if IrnU.hk llmnnonpc KOiTl ftif. cliin nn H. Clay Herndpn will toflay begin G; B. Stamper has been employed.-a-s boar tr&cx llkoee like jyself, Wave dressing lumber for the geats ij.the Prcs-zUjb&. away from the ''Old Jioe the lakes and the rivers, with torpedo tubes in their dows, byterian Church. The buzsr dfthc saw: assistontr teacher in the free' school at Towri",nd-thplace of our nativity. this;place. of airships and submarines, and thes country don't scare him worth a centi and n large xleet To mc there is something sacred about could have peace so long as it chose to keep men trained and r ""uy,,u the witted to fMitth mill hiii-8nlViwtoa baninertfiH whiuH no- - honest r f au Dinofratk; primary rrirnMj ' L :., 4, 1it-n- s mil J wjMdver kfiowR tH-r?c- k whil follow- - K. rv . i e Old Kentucky and especially the place our territory Add to the industrial army a great national freight fleet of a thousand big ships carrying all the freight of the United states, last torpedo Doats carrying mails ana passengers on "The roses ao where bloom so white as in lakes and rivers, powerful Hying machines watching and reKentucky, porting forest fires in peace time, ready to go to the sea as 'The sun nowhere shines so bright as in scout and dynamite carriers in wartime;a fleet of submarinLentucky, es exploring the bottoms of our lakes and other waters in Thysong birds nowhere sing so sweet per.ee and blowing up the bottoms of hostile war cratt in time J. Newton Brown, of thiggblacc, was so lightly beat, And nowhere hearts f war such an ar aangeinent, self supporting, making the kicked by a mule yesterday, For Heaven and earth seem to meet badlv Tn01d,Kentuckj country richer instead of poorer, would settle the peace and was much surprised hurt. k. ' question. And wiie"K uiy time has coma to die; The fleet suggested, of course, would not please EngJust take mc back and lot mc lie, Close where Red River is flowing by, A poftal from J. Willipmjliufck. dated land or oher shipbuilding countries, for the United States, In Old Kentucky. able to borrow money at 3 per cent or less, would be content Cincinnati, states thatos bpught looks pdsteithe residence of C. O. Cardwcll. And I believe that Happy land, to make 3 per cent or less on its ileet. It would m.tkc that him a new suit of cJoth'esnd" rowed from Detective Captain Welln, ust 1917. awfullvnicc. He will takeiin Buffalo, He wiiroccupy it imself. prepared for mortal man Cthc Lord's easily, and self defense would be put on a paying basis. and a pair of overshoes loaned him by re Syracuse and New Yoiki'beforeJhis liTbuilt exactly on the plan Vill those now planning to spend thousands of millions turn. He shipped two caroadTof wal Jailer Newman, As weeks a;o. Wc are authorized to announce E. J. 'ipfOia Kentucky;" HAZEUmitEEN ACADEMY for the United States thousands of millions that would all nut lumber to New York. March 80, wa- - f.prii;g opeuinjri QREECH as a candidate, for Afscarjl; Fridav, Just a word abou myself and I shall be junk in a few years consider the possibilty qf using the school Juilding now lay at Fiankn.Mpepara!ioir had heens Wbjct&td the- actffth' bh the Democratic The .have .finished. I am Purchasing Agent, ncarinircomnletion in this town, is one going on for lome time to make the day pnmarypAug; 4, 4ui.. monkey for the advantage and building up of tSieTeiUintry? A. F. Johnson got his sacjc swapped rfintthe West Virginia and Ivy. districts, Suppose that the United States possessed now an indus- off at the mill the other day fortpne brand of the finest, if not the finest, in Eastern a success. The Frank Un Hookers, headfor the Detroit Edison Company, of De- Kentucky. ItisG2 feet long, 3Q feet Ue says he woiildn't mind wide and 28 feet high from the. founda ed by a b:ud, had distributed advertroit, Mich., the largest firm of it's kind trial armv and navy such as we have outlined here. ed "J. N." Wc arc authorized to announce JfJZlrJ'J, Suppose this country had 250,000 well trained, well in vnn if J. N. had furnishen some tion to the roof plates, and will have a tising matter in ne'ghhi& lintf localities HHEVi'ER, of Neola, as a candidatedffr:; A , in the world with subsidiary Companies Fail that for several weekn. It and plants in some of the largest cities in armed, powerful, full grown, well paid, patriotic fighting soap to wash his sack. Assessor of WoUe County, subjectb fhe -- ' bell toiver 75 feet high. The lower floor, 4.000 and 5 00U peO)le came from the central west and east, with the larg- men and workers. Democratic1 primaty Aug. 4.. 62x30 feet, hiis a raised stage 12x25 feet a distauce to trade in the city. est power plant in the world. The New Suppose a quarter of a million such men were earning Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eviis, 01 xms in the rear end, and the mam par wdl YorkEdison in the city of New York. place, last.Saturday paid a ying visit seat an audience- of 500, thus making an My duties consist in the buying and their living improving the country, adding a dollar of value Republican Center Tutt, ana larnuy uainpi-uuG. admirable place to hold concerts, theatri Deto the nation for every dollar spent on them and .ready at a to Gov. their.Evans tracing 6f shipments of coal for the Center, of Campton, and Mr. Dan girls cal entertaiMnents, conventions fc j Oh three leaving troit plant only-- Uid when you consider moment's notice to drop their tools, take up their guns and WTc arc authorized to announce Rcvs Lilh'eLulie and Nellie in &re,of Mrs. the lower floor there are cloak and music Miss Ruth Tutt, of this city, were married the fact thatth&Overagc daily consump- bayonets. 1 rooms, 8x10 and 10x12 respectively. earlv yesterday morning at the home of, TAMES NICKELL rs a ctndidatci for Lou. Day. tion of coal at this one plant is 75 50 Suppose the United States possessed today auch a gov- The upper story is divided into three the bride's cousin, Mrs. Wright Abell in ssor of Wolfe County subject to th t ton cars or 3500 tons, you can readily rooms, the main school roonvbeing 'oxdU Lexington, and went up on the morning wi ofthe voters at the Republican Tri- eKorl, W. Harrison Vanderbuilt, pe richest feet a recitation room 12x2o feet, scit requires fome we haveespecially umwn u uvu. atcL ao u imvu ouggraicu. ships port train to Campton. to tnc nome 0I Sg2. mary, August 4r 1917 in the Suppose that ve had a thousand great In and man in the world, died at lnV residence stitltthc competitior . j 0. class room 13x16 feet. The lower story groom. .cbai business, to procure enough to sup - ion the ocean, with ten Inure cannon and ten well trained! ir, tvw York, on the 10th insV. As his has 10 windows for light and ventilation, The bride was one of the very efficient ply our demands. I spend Jthe major gunners for every ship and ammunition for the guns. ;eady will has not been admitted to probate, and the upper appartment contains 13 teachers in the Waltersville school last j porUonof my time in Huntington, W. t fn Tin lirk.i i'A ii'tfliiti f it - nf lilllfH we do not know whether he left anything windows, The entire building, above year and of the. Larlsngsville vschoc5 two .ili nit vvCandidates " j Va., and would be glad to haxn any of Ir, Joseph j years ago. She is a young lady ottimany - for the Herald man or not. t and below, will be ceiled. Suppose we had on lakes and rivers, carrying passenmy friends look me up at the HuntingClark who has charge of the work, accomplishments, who greatly endeared , If you are areal live candidate ton Hotel when in the city. igers and mails, hundreds of fast, powerful boats with topedo town had a kitten with thinks it will beiue of the mostsubstan - herself to many of our people during her A lady in this Am on. my way to Detroit now and ex- tuoes m meir oows to oe useci. as ciestr yers in case or war. pbee your announcement m tbm -a Eastern Kentucky, and two years' stay in the home of herhuncle tial buildings in around its heck fq;pect to spend a few days in Canada column. We charge you a fee of owned, as it should, 10,000 a red string tied since, wUUcshe was at that it will cost when completed $3,500. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bowman, Suppose that the post-officpet. A few days while away. If the war has had any foryour carrying the mails, with a ,i;.,r.r tiif kitten caueht a mouse. She This building is to be completed by Jan - two miles south city The groom is un -j 85.00 until theannouncement fro class automobiles primary. If vow. material effect on the Dominion and I or more first now VaiUliV'l writer, but he is to be couuary 1st. or sufficient cf it to accomodate known to the an run into someibs interesting or ex - fighting body and a quick tiring gun ready to be put on each relased the mouse, and whipped the kit need cards we will print tbm fee on January 4th. will gratulated on having won so fair a lady, j 300 students, and chassisau place of the mail wai;on on two hours' notice. citing will report iHater. you at $2.00 for 500 or f$,3 fs ten for murderous intent. j Clay City Times. be occupied by students attending the ; property included 500 or 1,000 kind personal regards to your1000. Suppose the government With Academy. Hazel Green "I hear Joue3 died from uiinglel self and Uncle Sam and wishing you flying machines used in peace to detect forest fires, ready to 'Hie Board of Directors of this institu blow." Rev. Mr. Williamson, a Nprth Caroft' V j success in thfe management of the paper fly out with dynamite and meet incoming hostile ships. linian bv birth, but of late a resident of tion have recently issued a large number ! "Who hit hi m?" I love so well, I am, .ic'??.:cVvi. Do you think there would be any agitation about "war Lebanon, Ky., has been assigned to the j Qf beautifully executed circulars, (print- - "No one. He blfew out the gas.' j Yours ycry. sincerely, v w which they are sending " " D. Nickell. danger" or "lack of preparation" if we were thu3 equipped? pastorale of the Presbyterian Church at ed at this office) Philadelphia Lodger. If V ; y n time to .f i misH' direction. They deserve Wouhl there be from such a navy and army of well this place, and win . i bool-lejige- r. where I was born and "Breathes there a man with soul so dead, Who ne'er to himself haUrsaid: "This is my own my native land, (Kentucky) (?) I'm just "brimful and running over" with good things I could say about my home and state but time and the motion of this train (I am writing this on the Big 4 between Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio) will not permit and I must hasten. Yet X persist ifi thinking that" ready. J - i A few .thousand policemen keen Deaeein New. York citv . .. We do not have to arm and drill the 6,000,000 inhabitants. A quarter of a millicn well train edrofesional men earning their living iii peace times would keep peace in the Uri-teStates and discourage anybody with, the idea of invading D Center- Godscy, our aflfable yepre- suntative will leave in a jewr days for Frankfort arid Ave all expeet io. see him among the foremost m offering local bills. - d H. Cliap Swango, who has lieen on a protracted visit to rolatiycsVahd friends in Edgar and Coles councsIllinois. has just returned home, andr wasVdelighted with his visit. He says. 'the people of that section think The Heraidfby fur the best, paper in Eastern Kentucky,! and the few who formerly livedhere, and who do not take it, wHl, ordeal tsoon. -- i: mo-ning- , bufc-no- t . time, as any man ought to do while en.-4ged in an honwkhle undertMking, AIv We are authorized to announce 3HI- profeMxiuu low, seeking to be a meui- r.6 SWANGO as a candidate foe JACKSON oer of th Keutucky levialatuie. Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to the I am respectfuily, 1, B: Combs, of Troublesome, is teach Oemoc atic Primary, August 4, 1917 J. Gndsey. inga school in penmanship in our town. He holds sessions at night so that all NEWS OF THE WEEK. classes may have an opportunity to at Jailer is a fine penman, and his pup tend. He ils are making rapid progress, and the Gleaned From our Exchanges Wc are authorized to announce Wi J. class is large. and Other Sources. DUNN, as a candidate for Jailer- - of iVolfe County, subject to the Democratic HargisNBrothers and John W. Card- Deputy United States marshals raid-'- d rimary August 4, 1917. well, have been erecting some hitching ;the moonshine district of Knoit racks for the1 convenience ofthc public. We are always glad to note such enter- r'junty recently and brought to Hazard Wc are authorized to announce J. (iva alleged moonshiners and oue prises. HARLAN BREWER, of 'Valeria, asj a canditfate for Jailer of Wolfe County,, Officer arrested Luther Trent jiiKt subject to the action of the Derrqcratic William Strong, of Frozen Creek, and Miss Jane Strong, daughter of Capt. Wm over the Kentucky line in Virginia the primary August 4, 1917 flerce ril-mce-. Strong, were united in marriage at the other day after he made Trent is charged with having home of the bride's father on the 27th Assessor killed his hrother-i- n law, Audercon Jen ult. nings, at Wilder, Va. Wc u-- authorized to announce E., F Jarnes-Hargi- s Charles Joy, a lumber jack Horn Ake-leis preparing to erect a miles to A'HISMAN as a candidate for Assessor Minn., walked forty-seeeonmiwfious dwelling house nearly opJubjvCt to thu Democratic primary Augbor"St. Paul in two days to return $ . y, n 1 - 'i . " new-h'g- h - j ( - , bright-eyed-litt- le 1 ; -- j 1 i - w I j : j 0. J ; I , - be-her- . 5? - 'TEEMEBALD. 98 Ota i iri ' kuticky Biiitay, , otes: - ., , 3T. J.. COXUEYj JUeelver. 0 COUNTY, Obt . i3 . 9 5. A Sak de 01 activity marssu i BortKcf .Pftfrliibed.? E?ery Thargday t No. j tha irife of G. O.. Nick the cbmtng io ot the Sample well; To the 3foutk of Trouble.so Creelc, 1r Hasel Green, Ky. SOUTH dtfD . WITH No 6. Xt seBms as if the oapd in ell, on Ute 28th ulfc., a boy. Cala- Breathitt C'aanty. 4y 9f iliog egaiu. the bottom of this veil was just mefti 17 No. 19 No "Bc1t Paper of Wolfa County. Dy p.N. Mbore, Stale Geological Sarvfcy, 3ailr Bailir the thing sought as well as tner STATIONS P.M. knd Reprotluced Kroci the x Jes of flow of oil. We are informed by . .. jfbQsiues3 Monday, II 1 30 7 40 The Herald ol?53. JAMS I. HOLLOA, Editor. lackiafc TUver 1 42 7 52 T a party that cerUiuly knows that . Tadex (I 1 50 THE MACHINE WICH A REPUTATION West Liberty is JisWwifrtteii PriceV Oae Dollar a Tear. M&loae ..I.,..,...... the sand in this well is c.nsider- Continued S 17 2 03 Caoey . friends at, Tue limestone, so pure in, quality and $o : S 22 2 12 flannel City m ablv thicker and nf a softer, bet:T,sltiihome folbs 2 31 Xfetered as ......,.. this week. matter Septem Uelechawa perfisteut in position, which often serve as tar onalitv than anv sand hereto- 4& 37 c S 2 .W , H?J6, at. at ITKzel I.e City- 3 01 9 16 ... Ambsg those vho returned from s r fore touched in Wolfe county. All Green, Kwcueky, under the &.et of Jfaroh Wilbhrst CX. 3 55 9 O. & K. Junction....-- . THE STAB DBILIilNGr the wells drilled in the field be- Middled WIl, Ohio, Mond&Y Were I waiting here, aud we hare io tbeir places Jaekson. ............ fore this one had les3 than two Mn. Ptnhie Murphy, SOU, Clar- - ' thete numerous, erratic, and antiustwortliy MOKTK EOUMD AKMOM, OH.O, Ihadds of Impure limestone, which are of I $1.00 1 Ywr k Atomi, feet of "pay" and was a hard sand. almost no Talue whatever for use in geo 2s o. However this well has an unknown and Wawter Nickell, and Jim Bair. logical identification. Daily 5TJLTIP5S. .. A.M. thickness as they wore able to drill AlbefcjPannin of Dan was here The absence of these Kingston es, and the & . ' trequency with whish tne anustones and g t it to a depth of only 19 feetjlS feet on business Tuesday. Jackson render the con-- ; shales change OC & DimCil 0. 4b K. Junction.! 11 SO of which i "pay." There is a good '24 structiou of an accurate section, and the TTilhurst 11 0Q Misi Rauuie Byrd oft Korea was feeling permntiug the whole air .. Lee Citj- r1123 ideutiflcation of cpal seamsaeross any great j 11 34 interval, a matter of considerable difficultr. aud every one feels confident that shoppiiin town Tuesday. ' GouTtnay Lawton appoistt ad12 10 Cannet City 6 50 river, a large pro j I Caner o 55 iBomethiugtrich, has been found. Marion Davis of Lexington is The absence ot liCfestone and fine shales, j in the navigation of the L 12 15 of Mor ministrator of the boats never reaching theh : 7 12 t Iaioue....:. . ... ruder . 122 visitingthis mother at this place, as well as the character of the prevailing portion of the sedi-- destination. 7 20 Lawson deceased. 12 39 root, which is a coarse mechanical Ai'JUk 3, 1911. tal 7 30 Ticking Kiver... 12 50" the preva- - These combined causes make the cost of The Mountain Oil Gompany be-- i who haiibean quite ill for the past ment ior the most part, indicates during its!j oal, at the markes along the lower river Emily C. Profit! allowed 20O lence throughout this region, thiee "weks. l c xt i? ... deposion, of shallow waters much disturbed j so great that Pennsylvania coal is brought Georji., Fannin of Dan spent by currents, accompanied by frequent chan-- down the Ohio river, up the Kentucky, and f jr aid. Wednesday. Appraisers of the,atate of 'a4jb sold at a less price in Frankfort than the j Tuesday night with Judge S, S. ges of level. There was no subsidence deep continued to allow coal lrum this regiou. Thus, the work that er Patton deceased filled Xhmr euough or long enough ,. iio ctatft in ImDrovins . ,i n Well No. 1 on the PerkTna lease Denmsad family. . , uuuv un .ir uit lormauiia uif pure jiuicsiiuui's, ur were j was drilled to the cap rock at 10, Harliji Murphy of J?ekiu trans- - the waters quiet and land loeked lagoons, the navigation of the Kentucky river, for a appraiament Olll V.ould settle nndis-nart of its course only, actually operates G. W. Hollon, J, B, Holloa and The "jars" fl0ted bSliness in town Wednesdav. in which the fine mud o'clock Wednesday. turbed, to be atterwardh compacted into j against the interests of Kentucky coal U became cracked and it was ueces-- i for it Caleb Campbell and Edd H-minei-sinstead of furthering them, Mrs. Xmraa Dennis is visiting shaI ei3s- enables Pennsylvania coal to compete wua appointed overseers of pab.kiroi -L notice, that the It is worthv of her mo tier, Mrs. 1 . K. Murphy, thpm in iheir own markets without assist h?i, ; ni.? O. B. Linkous appointed oi of Jericlothis week. and frequently minting altogether, thickens ing them in any degree. V.'ere Kentucky ianewsetlbeoretho vvelIcoald be nver slack watered to tne mines from the Ohio river to Henry and daughter, while the limesiouas of tiie coal measures, coal could be shipped at nearly all seasons seer of Roads. drilled in. He is now on the road . Ordered that Susan Elkins show 1 and will arrive at about o'clock Miss.gha of Bonny were guests several of which are loutd in Ohio, disap- et the year, and the empty barges returned eheaptv, this region could supply coal in cause why a committee ahallr uat of John Eose and wife Weduesday. pear soon after crossing into Kentucky. AY-?-the whole part of that state bordering the SECTION .asV turned, on tnis welt Drumwer Clarence Maxev of Accompanying this report will! be found river, at prices which, would drive all for- - be appointed to look aftor-he- r tonight we win let yon know WesLiJ&erlty was calling on the a horizontal section showing the principal wgn coal Irom tne market, nnu it touiu tate, . ajin business on the Ohio river geology, the dividing . jat the bottom of this column. merchataot' this place Thursday features of tho Campion fromthe Kentucky even do a larger coals in which it abounds. Johuithan Warson appointed in the fine cannel ridge west of to Sen-:caPt:Thj.ciay, Geo. c. coi- - and staved over night at the Until improved means of transportation administrator of the estate' of rtvAr t th. mnnih nf TmnHftnio nropt slack-i- t , jlins, Geo, H. Dimmick, Prank a, Ct bolv. This section i by no meoas complete, asd j are iurr.ishrd this region, either by i Ward Watson,, deceased. O. StOOa is not oQered as suchf Oh the contrary. water or railroad, there can be no extensive Hudson aud J. Buck Hollon who sold to Jamfts Ingram as already stated, it will probably be found and regularly conducted mining enterprises, Ordered that Nathan Breiverboi have an interest in the well are on of Afaytown a fiue mare for $35. to ueed considerable. correction when the The fine grade cancel coals will probably govern- - i the ground with every nerve strain- continue to be mined in a precarious and appointed overseer of Roads. comes to be examined OharlS tamper of Toliver was countryis not at all impossible that, In detail; ! haphazard way, as they commonly bring a especial-- jed with expectations. and It J. L. Horton appointed "deputy a pleasant visitor to our to an Fri ly iu the southeastern end of the section, Price to pay a small profit over the risk '6. 1 1 1 i tgoo to.:. flGEOEDGl OF 3 sl(l6ilf m I , " FROM NEAR CAMPTQN, IH WOLFE DEVELOP YOUR UlLltASt .. J I - -- ; ' I I " ; -.- i - ..-- ...- Toennwof qtap nmi,i.iNa machines i I ItACHINB - f seeoxd-el&s- s . : - i .h &! iBBBBBl 45-- i , -- ijlrl PaterS l - J ' I 1 .. ti Si IH VIB ftt tlllS OitlCC tU J 1 ! War is DfrlarM I he U. b. senate on Wednesday night .adopted the following reaomtionpJi22 which went to the House on Thursday ! j ; 4 i- ; I.-- V.T-- ! i : ! I , J J sub-car- !?-- ... here is no question but for debate. what the House will adopt the tionand we will be in the midst of qq against "Whereas the Imperial German ' 41 ! 1 j j full grown war. The vote in the os. Yo-cu- m ate - I JSarr j ! j tween the United States and the Imperial man government which has thus been thrust i upon the United States is hereby formally ' menih.as committed repeated acts of war a gainst the government and the people of the United States of America; therefore be it "Hesolved, by the Senate and Eonse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled that the state of war be 4,; HCreuy, dUUUUilU r2 t swi,t; nlarcl.HxifbQiA t t - Pvpcirlpnt ho - jzz JL. auu UireuUttU entire naval and military forces , sr xiu j.x cxrrv ifcoiu 110 wn,x m j3 . UU Of the United tfllipiuy i,.. t JLTOUUi'uea ui uu . m 1 1 r-- i ' . x .... nnL lair i : . &2M 'V r X..1 T ' ''Jr. ' lb serve vervl-apeut 8atuf 'xtaWt ' ' to show tlie priRcIpai 'feafurcs W aliwiey r8'y- . Via Sadie. stated, tre this region. ami lMTjyk Ut, Mieeae Cwneett$Vfl : UmU . , , W x . Uai1 "umeueepooi or ou somewiiere m, Itwillbe seen that there is a tital thick. ! so tffc esyares TUi ness of 750 feet of strata above the top df f ,ieaswred are rare. Back, float ik. river, . r Henry A" v .VW Sunday: Jam the conglomerate included in the accompa-- openings or .expowrei of tkt! ooU very rAlktiv-Miss-i!riic- es WJiismah and sis kinds of oriinion Ins tn whs it-- is-IMcGuire, swife r.ndson, Eihe. and nying section. This, with, the 325 ieet ot j few" 84 there been no iBdacemest io suae Miaeei Sallie andrBff Kei4 but all agree that is somewhcre.fr, tor, Anna, spent -- the "week-en- d ?.t conglomerate and beds, coa w"ile wood is still the most comaton West Liberty visited W JBIirviaa ACADEMY MOTES. b. O. Goodwin aud wife. makes a total thicknsss of 1,075 feet of car-- ! household fuel in use. In studying the aud family from Saturday with their parents. o , $util Selgy of this country, therefore, reliance Monday. jonriijavia purcnasod a house boniferous rocks above the MlSS Llllv ShoO.VpV rpfnrnorl in. Many feel like thai Sample No. cf S. .0. Goodwin last week: con- - ous limestone, from the river at the mouth nas 100 e placed mainly on natural espos-o- f The Easter week of Prayer is at her homR n, T a ns. Troublesome creek to the edge of the ures or outcrops of coal, so that it is a mit-co6 is just on the edge of it whileJsiderationfcrivate. ' ri nitllH six! t Morn nrn o t. onnI.n. Uter of considerable difScnlty to obtain a measures. Unas. Combs spent the week- - others put more faith in territory COAL. . complete section, showing the' position of email pra'er meetings being held Mr.- - 1 a i mnearer the big gas well three miles The coals of this region are numerous j a tlie cals-an- d RIDGE ed thronghitown Snnday morninc oommenerating the woek ojf the ond at his home at Hollonv.ille.t i j o of excellent quality, and, taken as a of Hazel Green. We un- . trials and ' cruGifiotion4 He returned Monday .with his Fnrtheast en route 7: whole, will bear comparison with those j The change in the general character of xo;reKin, -- . derstand that there ha3 been con-- 1 fouud in any other portion of the state in the rock's from that of Farming seems to be on the boom. TJiabservance of this week is a brother, Kelly. a USUQ53 trip quality or thiekness. They are all classed j the Ohio river, whioh hjw ihe regi nearer siderable activity in securing leases been referred to Greely aud Smollie Cable are working very 1eas tiful tribute tothecraat-etnoccasto- n Vernon Phillips returned to his on the Blankenship Pork this! to IuskoWpast of the week. as bituminous coals; but they show all the j before, is accompanied to a certain extent, at last on Hood's biaucb for V. in the history of the borne varieties ot this class, known as dry burn-- j a the coils; but Saturday for a visit and4week. LutherPTefatt, John Anderson ing, caking and cannel coals, the principal withnotchange in examined over athe region Bryant, worl$l. All this past week the has yet been snfScient-coarest of a few daj--s because of his .and. Stanlp;: Dennis left Suuday are ot the dry or free horning variety, !ly large area to enable a generiliration as 'George L. Adams spent most of thiaV intermediate endeavors have met daughter, Airs. Delora Gibb?, for a few to attend. Court at Campton Mou- - j are corapara-- ! to the number and equivalency of the coal week at Torrent takfug in the dancc?i lnecaklDo or r"1 daily with Miss Hines for a brief recent illuess. days. lively rare. Cannel coals are abundant and j seams. The section bears in its lower part We think him a first-clas-e dancing day Miss Neva Vickers, of West Va prayar sarvice. This week the j of excellent quality; certain of them having! a resemblance to that of the country near master. 4tbSS.; James Lacy and wife are visiting hi Febill is vis- - j R reputation second o none ia the state. j the Ohio river; hut, ar.er the fust two g W. B. M. holds its annual wek of has recently enrolled in school. father, A.. H. Lady and family of Lacy Miss iurtha Day, cf Toliver, visiteuS Yocum and Wife at: Aset ,nis region is almost entirely un dred and fifty feet above the conglomerate her cousin Miss creek. p raver. On Monday evening at She is staying at the dormitory. Cairie Brever thb week., developed, so that it is difficult or impos-- . is passed, the resemblance is not so srel. place His week ' Ransonie Gibbs and wife, of your t:wn j this sible, without the most detailed aud careful There seem to be, here, greater changes and also called on Mt. Smollie Cable lh church a very interesting pra--e- r ISlhoi Shull spent Sunday at were visiting their little son Roy who is! P. W. Clark of Mt. Starlit) i studjr' 10 ohtzxn a complete section, shotr- - between the coals, within short distances, but nothiiis: doing. Her second calLw -seavicas held ?tsd short talks home. on Geo Adams and to my great surprise K the thickness and position of all of the than are common farther north. at his grandma's Mrs Francis Gibbs in this vicinity buying and made the challeug the various 1,0:11 seams a study which has, as vet, not (fontinurd next week.) 3he took her third choice on Dell M5' i Asa Smith va3 called. j.home on confined to his room with measles, j tractmg wqSk been given to it. There arc uuroerous mines fields make tor our help and as- business The death angel has again visited our and it is thought "likely : the Kentucky riv-- r, where coal hasl sistance. Oa Tuesday in the Hel- mayuott of Pomeroyton was , htJm-me- i A Hne music entertainment wa? given community and taken from our midst j for lW boats down return. . CAMPTON. at Adams last Saturday nigbt by en E. Moses Horn a Bbort meetairs. i.uuj- vyiiuuers, wne oi Jonnuie Buupyiuj5uH..iUbb 01 in3 weeK. f river, but uone of them are extensive, and I Ona, Sarah, Luther and J. J." Adams oT- - " ieacn onocKey juiirneyed to his ulniders. She dejiarted this life April I iub luajdni) ure au uuanuoueu anu nave i v ing washed aud Wednesday at li " "f J ". faUea fa. ". the guitur, violin, banjo and .mandoline st dreaded the church and Thursday, Friday home near Helachawa, Saturday ji lst 19t7 of that lonS aiid oviLg is the order of the day. All seemed to M ' "i""1 ' i ' enjoy them.elve. ' niw ' a?7r XT' . . oisease Known as consumnuon. tne was and Saturday at the Academy. a few boatloads of roaf are takeu, when, as wW .o mviieaoniy 23 rears old. She lea-reNeasa Brnwer moved to C. H. Jad Cox has resigned 1m positioa a bus- - Nickell. AH wlia wish to observe th work to attend the eleborate . exercises band, two children, father, mother, two Boyd Anderson and. w1fe of rdcrur08n1 .to "V the Alvan Drew school until next Sep-- r rt , reHuor it. uiiuier .m. :uai& lsoor IQ get lne . J ui - . . J nmnArtr on main street. , . . r . i . t. rJ . n ....... hn. , . of our Lord's triumph are invited. to bKLven Easter at 'thetchrishfin i5,sler3 anil ill I cm iirimmrs in rnniirn ..v.1UiTO8 ...nM.t weisguusia ui T . Aiiuor-? Lcoal to the inbutrPor thS drift, it is aban- - tieorpe Ho tmnvM fftT.fl. T.;Hne tember. , . ilosa. Lucy was a tiud and iBvinf nfim -c v doned, and another oHe opened. The The most enjoyable? thing :u UievopKi ? 011 P,BMr streefc- TU nwaslas opidetnic is Ueliov-o- d Vr. is a wedding ,;JiPSDion and dearly loved by all who! called mineaare. therefore,, but a series of' ProPert5 but. the. next thini iven ana a tnoipngaly delightful i knew her. Hut she is cone and while! Miss Ida Auderson spent Suo-- - shallow oits. H. B. Oliver moved to Flat and desired i$a ovar at last in tho school. There divorce. Mis Lula. Collier ' place Of late years, owing to the low. price of A. C. Oliver to Dr. Oliver's nron- - and Mr. never bo filled in the fami-,- - day night with her sister, M:s Efhanan Sargent wre aapptly t(f are only three cases now. Cecil time is assured all who will attend, herc,rcle can ,n coal In tllB Iower marfeeis, coal ninirig hasj . a,nd the community in which Dillard Mur.nbv. i !? ;, TUo t a, ana tney nolo bare a " RoselSrersttMcGuiTe and Davis iu ue pre- - ,,ie iived'yft we rejoice in the blessed not beenas n.roStuble as formerly, and bnt , t u V: smile on their face as roeg s tulIUWUS YVOlK piBuuymueisnowm.nedin thissegion, except of McGarvjy. All are now over the enu au a recital given .by the irano' hone that w shu A large crowd was in town Mou- - finger. .i c tJ,e Uner grades of canned coal, which bring i riiM worst stsges and while Davis has pupils of the Hatel Green Academy grave where sickness and death are nil h ctMn it the home of Martha a hish ,rfce' and swapping was in daJ aud Corbett Hobbs calb vuIar-atJ.- X 7 Dennis on night: o'clock in strangers and parting is no more. She and transported at a pros-- . been pratty ill he is now recover- on April 14, a0H7 at jorder, A number f sales were Adams. He is, a fine looker. He meU t?"; TTneK ws3ihe youngest daughter of Columbus .... v. r i be part Polin China and PivHWHiiji admission is and Bell Gillespie of ing. Those who were well enough to Pearre HalJ.y monj r.ha nrinno Consolation. But luurpnv, Jljva air. Uarrie r"ferrn. insr mdustrv is the exwsivf cost tnn- -- ja ub u a turn mil hi ths past few days were oharged. lin her death the community has lost a Alia and Lviie Oarr- - Messrs Eho portation due entirely to the uncertaintv ; Common plug horses sold for $40 nrst couiia the buzzarj. ' r ravigatior.. Coal-jau- d ciUzen' to hor hsbacd devoted McGuire, BA'an Salvers, Clarence ;;ndaser.of the SiiirJey Cham ben', Miuni Nickell, There will bea base ball gamei2 up. Better grades trom $100 xnfr oil men are as thick as . v o iujc duu iu uci uuiiuitru a uevoieu i ftlarpay, Wplter, TT SfltKrdnv. An"r41 and Susie Hatton. A party is MuIes of the common around a gum, 31. Henry and Lee be run during high water, which canvuij he J. AndersiiwjNt b for Bieir banefit as and Winfield Heu- - expected bnt for a very small the Avork order from $350. to $450. per thirty duvs he will drill OM' oiaaMinu wiLff Uampton. : band and children, fther, mo ther bro ' U lhQt necessitatee the sto-- ? pair. year' Coxl or (J. V Hobl Geu game is expected to be a good tbers and sistei-- vho are left to mourn rr, Everlit Kash, Ot-- 1 rage of large eoolas those sick iitnv axa released. v. quantities of coal, often" for j , a rr... .. tics a n.nk i) : r .. i i both hive been whiOiHff hot u,rr JUsa i " .t. ute i Helly Combes .who was formerlv-- a one and all are urged to be ptes- - j QIiQ imii lint nMima. ic,:iaSU!,ge or uavia. yrr Mfl Puyj HT-- tenuis, uuu neu- - jnonjhsafter it is mined, waiting for a use . Oooktt Court Abb. .. ... tys hn u c f ., ; in the river sufficient to carrv it off. j vw nui, uuuib iu mo uui, ail W 1J Wlia Ut IVCilillUkUU. This ;6$udst of the H. G. A. and ent at this the first game of ; storage is Judge Rose held ihe reguliic great detriment to the coal, as of Oampton, Ky. Mar ... . . whose brother, Chas. is ber$ itow, season. Otlier good games willhhe fields of Elysian she will nut be i; Ghofch Services at this place Ktb iy-- ic .1 t w tne . weauier. i mOnttHV term of COnrf ifirt the , .. ! . . . ;Mt'liriton nrid J 1.. 1. Ka Jvll.s My Dear Mr, Holloa t. 1.. i aumun w ioc iBjary ana ioss oy exnos- uuu:juuu.a , tu f I a uu CtHUteu in tnai Old ConaUmDlive hoav h "'U'UUJ the campus Tuesday. He orders were' made: 15 ?nv nived through the! otu. Jlsvervbod v uvited. everr- - ure an ex,ra Pindenclsed mv chai-- fnr a.r exC but she will have a e'orioua hodv. l . haBbut recently returned from T , , : loss ot oapiuti lying l&ie for bo lone a fc me. : ....... Fiscal Court is now in session ior wmii v,s . .. iouuuj "iiiexieUQ Ifis: , I The beats used to earrv the coal down f . the border wher& he has been staI ; glorv, . . un me magistrates present rj sen ption cf your is j?own in weakness, it is raised with If i MIDDLE GILLMORE IjOUISB. the river can never be. returned, and thev .. : tioned with the 2?ational Guards. ! ; in power, it is sown a natural body, it is 1 (a therefore, nsuallv sold at a reat - n; years bene?. Alatj axl vreen, rres I m LUC Douy was , x unaeistand that your daugh- - The Wer u. so difficult of navigatiou that ton All wire glad to see him. .trniert are very busy iU this section Iai!u a Holloa, Hollonville V - N the V of to the family graveyard at ter 13 going tojake music lessons. . conveyed from thrde ti five men are required to msn-- l . ,en n amPtou, G. r. Spencer, Wa wore honored Monday night preparing for another cron. gtoUjKy., 2 yeari. i W. L. Childers Monday when a large , "Not exactly," replied Farmer. Kge each boat, or one inan to about each!. . . Bolia Gihbs nnd wsr .... , :i .. i Ffcl,v j.jiuav. .1 nnrn,.. v iu r .t i i ...- - , rr r ir i by awisitfrom Miss Nancy Maple niirht crowa ot peopie wuncssea tne inter-- ; r yoar efforts v.urizwissei."we uaven't tne iiearc ru"usa"" Valeria. A UiM,,., with jiisnUDs and family. . ... f toll . : ft,l. i holdins from three to ftvtfaonsand nnKhk ' i ut 4msaw who here - ii tne country LU'turee or ionr larms i ii , ir mi." e.tr jluw it:iui' miihih rm.mrjipn iiriiim nnmnv uu mi 5if t"0!- "io 11 inrini j lYHrmH.u iiinrmtr thnweek irOm'Wllftt Wri, Mrs ELjju& narr.,JlftU i. . uverniiieub - some of the connections between the coals expense or transportation, but with this be found to be ineorrect. It is believ-- 1 ception, the great body of coal will remain, The following are some of the Roy ;Mlls of Korei was town ed. however, that the creater portion of the untouched. section is correct. The measurements for) The lowest coal mines on the Kentucky largest leases of which we. learned on busmass Saturday. ver are near tne nioutn ot tne isoum lore, with an aneroid bar-were this week : Revialjarr made a business trip elevationwithout madecorrection from a check! at BeattyvUle and Proclor, where one of the ometer. anv barometer, at & time of the year when at- - sub conglomerate coals ot excellent quality to Wesi;iberty Saturday. Aoere are lew mines aooc mu. and mospheric variations Ger- - John T. Hiudtnan took John D. IIenryJrirellaof Wellington was great, so that there isare often sudden error forminea. twenty-fiv- e to thirty miles along about a Kabilitv to .mc- Rose's soo acrea at 2500. night. from this cause. On the other hand, the ' we ver, nam near tne moum ui aU) eek- - Between these places the river runs measurement for level were usually made 150 acros at Liu took Jeff ieor caHyo John- - inderson Turchased a with, the Kentucky river as a base, the level through "the narrows," agc-rgTho Williams interests of V,i bouse Of , Kate DaVlS one day 0 this being known from actual survey, j which ?t has cut through the ceagleer4. Ivoses ost of tkw dklaace tke sa ltvme took Joseph and the variations were checked as often ,ncf ROWi ffi "c tfee k coal, are tnt3;acres H KashJs 120 paiblc bv returning to the river. The f Ut 1S00. , There is not more thani ElwoodJCar who has been vis- - measurements ibr.dictauce will proiauylriwwaii .. firmer J V TTrnn a nri wIFa T?f need soma correeiioH. as tliftv werfr not ob-- i ,5IS r i. i . -.vt m day. y I ! County Court Clerk. N, B. Wyatt, Hansford. King and Eugene Hor ton were appointed appraitera of the estato of Ward Wation dsceaied. IMDEX. .Joe Fecal and vrit&-m- l vieiUiLKeeiilbuai aoeFfiarfit ( r. j e l00! atd i Kht Mnsi'": r betk 1 t i J -- w7jrt'ki-:Vi y. iN - - of 1ki8ise?tB;beVng - - , Tcrr!hick bve be , die t. rir, kfiWW K Mm cmH J,H. tie Qmedtm 4y mh fj.t idnrh-bia!et--:T- Abo?e Il9llT r 1. kf TtT 1 V5sdf o Mr. et . Jarphy? - uU riir J. :SP tf J w it " a j : ; al Franc. rJjw. ! S.fors .. ?HE i IV116 fi , V j h eas z "h ; C .lS'-ir?8rSPa0-- hnn-itin- J:Gi j i rf Mc-Clo- JcliaHonrd - J.J. 'nnAf?? 1 : S Vff j - i I . " , e"5h. ni,.,u .... L.. ; u ! ftnw, I ., mi "'"" jjt" ? Srh n,Sa sUirdav Misel Jid : c .4 Tf-K ; 1 Ihe xi s ?'ei ; 1 Ket partf ttoll' WkS J&f 11 ekrA4 firiwpSSte UI 1 Ais4 Cnlit f ii ,i ? lOlfi , P-i- "'As : t;r ... j ! uj ... W "ow!ue i:a.n ,t fiuu w", j woc liyd gatlto until recent! IVe see Mies Naaov. ? McFwlan Grbbs Airs, ijia r visiting, the bereaved family and friends, may lu"ll"J aw no IC JiU ill family Sunday. An. . muwiiit:t jaod corafort u,em hf lhU rHii iiuiir nr ; men I. a r tnnnU- lu iftf Ztvr-ii..Fttlfen b been visiting her trouble. "Jgtoii stnr Oow Boy. i i - ?f n. j ... It subnotion !.. iu 1 -- ; - nonnrr Jv 1,. u. rr... i. jasn, ' "iTwuu 1 ia 1 LU - lliltJ U i i 2iif Inaddi iontoUtenetfektryandinevit.; able espabec.there is a sfe4 rk in vulval t owrapnr Walter Malonav was appointed) r UUki;l rrii: I am T tialT TMtt. J ' t"EJPK h1 " ! 4" ac 11 " ' THE 'HAZEL GREEH" 1 j HElfil-.... 1 F c a WfliFF RniliTYi EffllElV !Ti. ,v i i fi i .w iru un i ill CIRCUIT COURT. Veterinary Surgeon, YORTEX, - fi TATTTRTfflRii - tcnr rbreuAttJn r t cw m ,m nn r mm ww , ' i Kesir Etptrt lijr ;; Swuh Irttttrs. $6JQ 5 7- ... 3featHdLani Crackers ... Hon. D. W. Gardner. Salversvile JndefcJ Hon. L. Y. Redwine, West libeity,! v.ommnnweami'g Attorney. j I Hon. J. & Licden. Olerk. , j Convenes 1st Monday WFebruarv, i nu .uuiiuajr iu jAajt squ jst riioau&y in ceptemoer. i I KENTUCKY. Clock which I can not put ning order. v I will pay tbis sm forasysWiitcii sc run k & Im t a. " - . ? g ; i; Elijah Rose f viifted his daughter, a a TKig mSTV L Cl With s o1 j Wednesday and Thursday. I can cure yo'urHorses and Cattle, either sick or lame. Sssr-- oi wcxHuge Oysters n bole rraia heaif CgS. loose rtj6t ,.. vi , , io in 18 26 " f ... ! COtTNTY" 0?FIEBS. Hon. B. D. Rose. Jttd Hon. T. G. Hollon, Clerk. Hon G. c- - Allen, County A tlorcev. I tlso do Gastrstiig of Hones. PX0XFT ATTEXTI0X TO ALL CALLS ! j I Harold barker attendod thoj JllXliJrr IfOlttL commencement ai Campton ThursThe public is cordially invii( to eU and see me when In oetd of exfurt wtteii day night. or clock repsiring. AH srork Mary Chambers was the guest of Send by insured parcel poet. I GL W. Buchanan aud family SunB. LARKSNS day. Viola Hollon was the guest of AtlrMK, JlCISetf, Br. Anna Rose Saturday. I SO ILL KIXM F grtid. y eoT is a span, The Bank you starts to deny wil -- W. ' account Sseir Kicr BakiBr IW,u7c JrsHtkx Washiag Powders .... Aiiwipi, & far . Salaoa.puiV, Dried Sweet Petatojf Apricots. .... Cora Pes Prane Pecbei ..... ..... KHt.... . and colored bean j xlaked Homiay BiOBerlye Macaronis. .;. Pk Miss Bertca Rose, who has been Silver-Be- ll SHOE 3l! HARNESS ' ! b?hools- visiting her father, Joe Rosp, hers i Hon. 5am Kow. rl nt..t.r. . vier - nun. r- - m . eaney, jailer. ll I am ow located is tbe buildiHr on Cttrril Cannot Be ClKSd vr. i o for saveral weeks lsfi last Saturday 2itk LOCAL APPLICATIONS. a they the hill formerly occopie by Tke iU.r- j Hon. E. J. Creech, SarTeyor j,. . i5 for her homo at Farmer City, 111 aid mid am prepared sodo nyad all cturV'h'kt 12K ndi Of by cosiUtuUoB&l condition, and corxnt .. O coosii ! i ueci you mint take as order to cur It B. D. Rose, .Tudcei 15 irHal lady. Hall's Catarrh 3e- iSHOEANS HARNE&? REfAiltlKG, .r 15 ;T. C. Hcllon, OJeik. l taken InternaUy and acts Jtlrs. Lou Johnson visited thfcf AT REASONABLE iATBjp. 20 tee bio4 ort the mucous surfaces ofthm tbW ,Y ConTeues on 1st Monday in monih. ,15 home of Kelly MizfJU Hair Catarrh Medlcin waa QUAKTEELY OOlKT. , . send me your work by parcel poet and; inscriit by o& of the best physidaaa . . 20 f.redueedav, whpre her mother wni receive nrotnot atteLtkn. i,J a tWi eoaatry lor years. It U com- . 10 Couvenps lat Tuesday in March. 1st ihaking.her home;, Ineaday in June, lss luesday in fcp-Jndmg work by parcel DialHlV Kur tkt I Sariftm-- . with soine of ttTlSt SooTl cmMr o f name address U Writt Thft ruwrfeet combination o lecaoer, jai xuesaay in uecemufr. 10 i All parcrl j ost paciase3will be sent C.l S1 a5fr$?u lnJHaI1's Catarrh Medl-FISCAL COURT. 10 ! i : SltP 1 , IklTke. ean- i ! (1 51 , C 1 . lslje J rta. I i f I 1 1 ,tW ! Arbuckle coffee haired Hice Paged Wheat Convenes 1st Tuesday in April and j j IstTuesday in October. magistrates' courts. ! IWFCFimUir "gSlPftiT JACK.IOM KY. K Several from this placefUended l8t'sou GroverC. Sebastian who is in i the employ uf Undo Sam in the church at Daysb.oro Sunday. NANNIE. Henry Ros and wiU visited the PhilHpiMe Islands. BOOKKEEPING; (latter parents on Lacy (3repfc, a Floyd Havens and Andrew Couch WttlMSt,Pb gyawy took dinner with Mrs Nannie Frost ! TYPEWRITING azd f. You will find fruits at Swaugo few daT3 last week.Sunday. 1 iiLiiGRAPHY IT "rT"OTXTC5 AT X1! All YV kJi Brothers. Clay Cecil and wife spent SunRev. W. B. Yocura filled hia regular Int.tliiru lUf ivrtf 5nfli t rcc w rHa.Mi.i (day afternoon with the "former's appointment at Hrassy Sunday. 0 For Sale. Andrew Couch and Floyd Haven? TrimWo, of Mt.j parent? E' F Cecil and Mra For sale Nice runabout with Sterling, carue.up. Wednesday for Reed, lio has bought of Mrs. Naunie Frost two fine good set harness. Apply at a few davs visit to his sister, Mrs be6n conued to her room fqrisev-J- . cows for whirb they paid $100. JeiT Murphy and family spent Satur"VT Gr. LOOKHABT, Herald Office. T. Da3, and other friends and rveraI daa wIth measleifis better day night and Sunday with J. B. Mur at this writing .;; f relatives. phy and wife. B. Y, D Uudnrwear for SO cents Mrs A. J. Blankensbfjp isJ'on Q Man ford Golier is this week working CAMPTON, KY., a suitat Swango Brothers. the sick list, Married-MondaIs prepared to do any kind ol work is Ws at the homef Asa Tanlbee has been confined at the carpenter's trade in place of buyline ob short notice aad at very reasesaWe ing cattle. We have more bread to coma m of the bride s father. Thomas Taul-- 1 prices. Will be at Hazl Green for April, ' to nis room for sometimjyTbut is Clay Murphy and Floyd Havens made AdKua& suu ixoveiauer, witn hcioHarlers every day new so you can get bee, Annabel Taulbee and Denny j now improving at the Day House. T' a business trip to Red river this week. bread the day it is bakd- - Give B1..m- Mr, and Mrs Garrett Hilll visit- X. G. Murphy ia spending tbis week us your standing order for ar ea ineiaters parents on fctampr at borne assisting .Frank Hughes in sowmuch as you want. a HURRY! HURRY! ing oats and grass seed. Troy Pieratt i3 making good for Branch Saturday aud Snaday. . Swango Brothers Born, to the wife of Caiimes Nickell a I Mrs. T. M. Lee visited ncr sister, I "We can compound your prescrip Jim Hsnk3 this week representing tions accurately and scientuicalfc and fine boy. I Mrs.A. Coon Arnett left Moudsy for Curry Tunis aud Norwood. J. Blankeuship Wednesday. return to you by next mail. Rev. William Yocum and wife are Ween in need of drugs or druggists' Mr3. Clay Cecil was a.pleasaut Torrent to repair the hotel and fiunsrics, write us. "We will kok after vifiitor hfc tne homB of rs- - A- - J visiting Mrs. Nannie Frost at this your wants promptly and at reason-a- b waterworks belonging to J. Taylor Groceries that are fresh will be writine. e price?. Biankenship Wednesday eveuing. Day. Coon has just come back found at Swango Brothers. Bom. to the wife of Rev. George A complete line of Sebron Walter is having some Henaley fine girl. from Quicksand, where he. had o j a new buildings erected on ms farm. e: i li .tounaiug a . iL G. S. Frost, of this place, who is at j euiAOt ul j. P Rose visited his daughter, r l . rn t r Hmy r : l tending the bedside of his mother at nrt uecu u,cau7s iu.iJW, r :.i uoe ur nis vorotaer iieori:e?xTM rr. jlSH boj; candies. Glenn Blanenship were visit- - Faimiuut, Ind wrote bit wifa ih.it bU and Arnett. JTrkVdai We will aDDrecia tour txe vadc of EMF. CeciJdUKhtpr, Cieo, on5 ofr the aurscsaat ' i : . . f . day in each mouth. .... i(j .aiuacc uating fowrter .... . 16 --15 Sewtnil I )it li.--t r T? Ttn'nVa Vr.iirfT Sagar lirait is on fer the first time, the! Friday in rach month. Wholesale bouses will eny sell 2 barre's f Tb,rd district, W. N. Allen. Second j Saturday each month. aar to a merohact at a iSae. Itwill reach CONSOLATIOS CHlHTS g! w. Spencer, it 15cent mark Meat I ,o ttt, ""ruistnci. I'm ton Hollon. & J. H. Sebastian, the erstwhile Next Tret irfH eota- -jbe advoc in canned isixlh Wislnct. District, A. R. Hatton. j postmaster f Daysboro, paid our b ulBg wb, Seventh D slript It. M ICh v vUi-'0"cut- P j cuicnth "H imuy District, R. H. Tultee. Firstlteauutuul a sr& on i uursaay morn Saturday in each month. ing and had the Herald sent to his visited T. M. Lee and eSanday, ;u i n "Tru. f Boyd Cundiffj of StiUwBtQr, wasjguarauteed. in town Thursday ou luismess and o TurTU"T'T?. had niself placed on tho Herald s ' 11 f ring his annual, , uaea 01 ".W. U- - U- - tVe me a trial order. AH Work W A T.np. rwults in catiflrhal condition. Send for tcstimontals. frf. P. J. CHENET & CO., Props., Toledo. O. AO Druegists, Toe Kali' Family nils for constipation. I "" I t,n. ' A. R. MAUPIIT JEWJBLER & OPTOMERTIST JACKSON, KY. Eyes tested. Glasses Fitted. Watch Iaspector L. & X. IL It, Special attention to mail ciders. i. I 4wr cent intoreit eatuii ittxifaa. Hargis Commercial Bank & Trust Company,jl We pay BA'K WITH US. -- Jackson, K.cntucky. : : ouwacnue Jor me! irald and be in stvle. "uj Campton J 31. ReTuoIds Judce. Friday. Ha2l Green A. C. Pteratt, Judge. Friday. pouce HATS! I have hats for HATS! old ladies, young HATS! 1 , Imm. "r. AH UUUaii - and MORE HATS ladies, little girls. All brand new .and in style. Just unpacked and rqady for you to fry ono. nd . 9Rk DENTIST I Mrs. Hazel Green, N. BAY, -:- y, - Kentucky i J THE HIGH COST OF LIVING can be reduced by raising more corn, wheat, Dotatoesretc. i j ! f mm mm ; - - n.. : k.. ST . grkbltoie flfWc haye the, mvney to 4&t!bU; Hicer urntontieia, a?stea oy ',e aful tornadl thai HrYltiflesDie is s!iilkonfinPd JnK m' her some better. the preacher in charge, L'.T'JUli- dipped the second :tin in Greencatle, to his. room on account' of his ,y,nB m3t hjgn, will iold ths regular quartely fpraiued ankle. Jampsjviukos, of Stillwater, was us hejp-yoetfejt- ei meeting. at the M-- . E. Gburch South were very sorry tot hear of! . JTIRST NATIONAL-BANt oyer. Tuesday, looking for plow re- n i. ji; on Saturday and Sunday, 14 loth. I the death of Mrs. J hn Cfiildera of " 1 wmie prices this place, were out ci.e day this week pairsand getting ready to raise a KY. JACKSOX, i bumper crop. Lt others go and do Gillmore- - T8 deceaspl vas a j trying to X.uy mules. IT. S. Depository Mrs. Charlie Sample of Lacy soaring.' oaugncer ot t.'. UUlitpie and Mrs. I,i G. Murphy, of Grassy creek. Creek paid her daughter, Mrs. Ber- - likewise, Rosonrces. $2S0,0Q0 wife of this place. We extend our j is sending tbis week with her duugbtt-- i tha Kash a visit Tuesdav. Wo solicit accounts of firms f fS5u:pathies to tbe bereajpd ones' Mrs Froy&. Henry Lane aud wife of Still Belle Denuis cmtinuetiden Belli individuals and incorpora- Mrs. Sarah Chambers moved ( very piirly. I Tuesday from the J. T. Day 'prop-art- y water have rented the McLin cottions. Bill Nif kell cJinie in frora Ohio a few BELKKAP 4 per cant paid 'on all on Main Street to the Walters tage on the hill and took pesion days Mgnaml is very sick at this writinu 1 time Depostti. of it this week. Wo aragtad to have property. Proparation forfarrtiiijgihas bpen Baxk That Alwavs I suah estimable people as Mr. and. the chief occupation "The itff nd Bel-'- Yocum am, Si1e" Helton tofe dinner Dr. Djifi'ial Kash reports the fol- Mrs. Lane with us. i knap for tbe last few daysl C. Mumbv Treats Yoc Right." r McKinley Dunn and D$raiVRudd with K. Yocum and s.,turdv. were lowing a&sss of sickness: Mrs. Will lJoofe Sile Heltun on Hollon and her baby girl are down attHn(led lodg Johnjon fcrk this creek Saturday buying hhtep a..d Mrs. Pearl Backhand daughter vith puauntoftiu. , Maurine left Wednesday forheir as' SatrdaV nig andfeturued cattle. tun riedged Juniors. Buun McNobb is sick with flux. home in Caunel City. I Ellen Trusty who waffrp vied Wfiiiam Taylor McITabb ill is no better, there is Mil little Mrs. Lou Day is sieji with bron William Taylor McNabb, known Frfifh ?irl-onf Mnrnhv TiWL- j You to get our Free Catalogs of chitis- j to hundrnds of freinds as spent Saturday and Sunday" with r hope of her recovorvi. Kudtf soJd to jgfcan Pruit and Shade Tre?, Grap Builder Genera! ;"Uncln Bill" and one of the old- home folks. 15. T. Kash, Jr., icion, ot uiimoro, one heifer at.d The'ma nss, Shrubs. Roses, Rhubarb. JACKSON, KEX'JUCKY. dest and most respected c tizens 140. Asparagus, Strawberries, Seed Po- Kash were prstij bad off but are (of the county, passed away at the Sidney Madel, of Irvine, a. bro .i I have been in the Constructing Business for. f ab!e to sit up. tatoes, etc. tuer to Mrs. Nannie Kash, visit. - ... Muxine, the, little. ..dchtnr, ... homaCof his grandson, Courtney "J, years and am prepared and know how to do your stone j ed her Sunday, Iftrjthiag for Orchard, Lawn & Garden. Wednesday morning, AH cases of measelsare duing , i iu ( pa mi her stamPer on jcwiuui nit yjnuxsj and cement wcik properly. I make a specialty of nice j NO ACENTSj ApriI 4th at 4 oclock, from the iu- oioey. parents a pleasant visit m E. T. Kash,Of Lindsaw, came) MrTTmlnv Dunn niTHHt K Rndrf firmitra due to his extreme old cement walks, and if you need work of that kind write j H. F. HHiLEKMEYER k SONS, D. Hane3 of little Caney, was in Tuesday, and doing some oldjaml wifo a pleasant visWSundov ag- J. 1917 to me. Will furnish bond that my work will- be satisfac- LEXIKGT05. KY. 1841 1 attending to business for the Sin- faahioued wyrk in tho garden try-- 1 ught '"j He was S5 years old on Feb 16., tory and according to contrrxt. ger Sewing Machine Comjpmy in ng to propuc, some e.natries tor fey. who having been born Feb. IGth., 1S32. Burton rf j has heart dropsy ia no better. Hazel Green on Tuesdaj. . He . . ,., ... liumi . jiu Smith county. Virginia awvv buai li n1 D Winchester Kentucky in 1854 Ted. came to In: c f Dunham' to carp or lhe wno push. Just beWINCH KST K Ii , K.T. I TupBrlrtv fnr n for i fore he went to the garden hode-- ! n rio , r fc bl3 father-iu-laono " Dr. " daJs ! Capital k Surplus, S300,000. m- -l f were oom six cnncren, nve oi,000 STILLWATEM to the parlor, as a pressht to his if ! . ! Tifmnsifs Over Half a Million. I !' whom are livine and were at then aaugntew, wnicn oxcusea tbemi bedside of the aged father wheirt S. S. Rose and wife of Stillwater from future dishwashing. I TOUR ACC0UKTS SOLICITED. : Lydia RoEe aud Molli Swango Uh.e end came. Hi3 living child-- ! C0ERESP05DENCE IXYITED. ! jwfire the guests of their daughter, i went to Campton one day last wek j reri are : J. B. and 0. W. McNabb, j Mrs. Daniel Kash Saturday and can only be dose satisfactorily I Mrs. Jo Catron, of Ilihois, arriv - ti have sone dental work dpne. r w . WITHERSP001!, - President, f Sunday. Mrs. Jane Kash and her! Mrs. Henry Stamper, aud Mrs, I w p KPHA.R Cashier. l two sons, Ely and Kelly joiusd led Sunday, to be at Qsg bedside of Mrs. "Marv Rose was the guest of Bruce Stamper, of Tohvsr, aad jher father, Uncle B?LL McNabb, James Linkos and family Sunday, j Mrs j" j Catron, of F&irgrauge,; them at the dinner. whose death is hourly expeotnd 0. B. Linkos went to Campton jjj KTiPap-emen-t 4 Announced. t Ufiiiuuiv 11 BU, TnoP i. - ii--j tt 'j oa His fir3t wife died about twenty luosuu,!. uaiuimTCHAND 0 0 0.01MA daughter of D. L. seven years ago and he was after Inesd ay morning. Bonnie, little The eneagemeut of Miss Lucy Weliave them in our employ and turn out the Tutt and wife, is ou the sick list. ward married ,to Mrs Eliza Hag KaB been gius Patrick who survives him. city where she has frequent-- j ji you have jueat to in this Mrs. z work promptly in first class style at :1,sb what! sick Clint Rose iswho very low. His remains were laid to rest in gp ly visited, to Mr, F. Godfrey Stitz, i Gr.niirt pri,ni.a ,PnrJ-still for sometime reasonable prices. 1. C. NiGKELL Mips Dai3y Gibes has measles, ; of Lexington, has been annouced. . the family graveyard aear Tohver, HAZEL GREEN, K t. j 0. B. Linkos purchased of Ray on Thursday afternoon. A large; j " 0 ; McNabb a pair of mules, price f 350 concourse of sorrowing friends and Gnaraatee! All .W. Carson, of Lexie, Judge.G '1 dreamed a dieaui the other Buddie Brewer and family who relatives followed the aged man ft nrac in fntvn Siitiirdnv Ktnninf nc ; nttrht. ' Rnirl dnde in crnninrr have been in Wisconsin ror Ihtj to ihe grave and paid to him their HOSPITAL S spry as a boy notwithstanding his dress: "A man on his knees pro- - past year nave reiurnea to oia nnai tnoute or love anu respect. BUSH : aSe - He was eighty Efevaft yars posad to you. and I dreamed you Kentucky. Lnn i CPQ nKT-Y, J 5' ., ' t WPfa jaazei vyxeen, vr ja.y. HUbl 1 1 AL r LriO CJiOHrti ge . us a vizn while in town ly?" the maid remarked, then in commencement at Campton Thurs- - Miss Bertha Rose left Saturday 5 I . . . .. a tone that gave him pam,she 3aid : ; day night and. spent the night with'f ri ...un vivJ,x.uuu.S) tii: : Dr. W. A. Bosh, Proprietor Qaud had the Herald sent to his after a two month? stay with her gk his! Hazel Evans. Winchester, Ky.g daughter, Mrs Rohsrt Little, at j "But why didut yon fcaS.JtoDleSfc. I A, d. Kash rrU wtteifrent to father barf, Lubbock, Tex, namer' P- j J t-- f f Let r 5 , 1 J ! Mrs.,-Mar- - j ; t litj Ml CPU Hazel Green, Ky. IE t t I Wante )l h-- s JOHNW. DEAN, Contractor and -- i- Lin-pn- ee i ! ci i - - j lie left i , 9 ! ; - ... Job Printing By Experts, . I j 1 ; r , r. ! a-.- a '- - , i 3j ; I ; j j Sentinel-Democra- "Vo-l- I : : Give Us a Trial Order. The Hazel Green Herald, T- -r 'ftp- - ; . ar ? , Es . : , . . ... , ; . .-- I - L , gjgOfrWj . T'-- - V THE lZEL green herald r - ri,iMiMr, CAMPTOlt 1 S- - 7 3 i if A. D. .ykins i at Lexington, goin treatment for stomach trouble. Hudson, of Paris, ia visit Nor was stopped so suddenly tlie passengers were thrown from their seats, bat it was impossible ostop ia time to save the little life. The head and one arm were cut entirely from the bodyiS The train was taken back tQ Jackson i where uie uoay was cai ng tauen 10 tne oercavi jjuikuw. aim; accidehfc occured between Hampton and Hose Bud Wilhurse. 'The tram ! "J3 ing Hazel Evans Jj" Heeald at s co&efftbl George and Uurtis tohaciceuora, oi over tbe pfic if rer4 ) ' Plat, were in town Saturday. over Um rlkwH'g lk4 Mid jNCroi qqi wore conducted at this place y Mr. and JIrs.Dailey Booth, of Lexing-igby Rev. Harlan Murphy and the oe tkat stiiu ymir pmd&dmf ton, arc visiting Mrs. Booth's mother, j yfaT$. order fpti m at 9Mf. M4s , ?Ur. S. B. Smith. B. May, of Licking Bivcr, who W, Cox, of GosneyvilTe, W8ere ha&1CQIt.3lh hcr father at this plaoe Basel Green Herald "Saturday and told usJienfis a candidate J Qr mclime has returned,:'hbme. Tkric--Ww- k N. Y. WwiiJ Lit Day, ofGrassy, visited for' Jailer, but we. must first5 see Jils an-- 1 we will . jjfgg i?na Sunday.ffJ, BOUKccHKiit in The Herald then Our Piie tit jw.....r - hJ&fc J Miss Edna Hale who habeen at home .Jblive-it- . n Bradley Sewell isworldng-i- Sio store for short thne returned to .Bzel whoro brother, T. P., who is taking a j she mil bo employed iri XG. Yocum's Hazel Green Herald.. .....r.....fcpiH 'store. . jx much needed rest, OiBeianxti 7i some time) . Miss Mary Mcluuuey. 'and brothers, . (Mrs. Lizzie Oliver, who for Peopk's Hosi Jaw (Wly),. Mrs. ,36 has been suffering from a severe case of Jesse and CJorbcttwerethguests of Tmhh ik Fiteeide ; IIza Combs Saturday nig&i Todays Mmnm (wiUi 1 Mf stomach trouble is improving. JMHto- - pattern)............... .M. R. M. McGuire and wife were the Jno. T, Hindman last week purchased family Sun- ".......5 of Curtis Pieratt one saddle horse, price j guests of J. H. McGuire and Total VHlie.... day Gur Price to you.,......C" tJHU $175. Mrs. Zona May and little daughter . A. T. Combs purchased of Nathan Wesave you $4 GO ; Hatton a middle mare, price $105. Rva, ro the guests of A, B. Hale and se joy looking over the Herald w w OlivAr fJnrtifi Pieratt and Cor-- ! tamiiy &aturaay Hazel Grfen Herald Maggie Taulbee, of Grassy, spent one Church was attended here Sun.......1.6 M. K. Little Mays, who has been sick is able it is a Rood local paper. Be The Evening Poat Ciily), 3.i night last week with her sister, Mrs. day bylplarge crowd, and the singbett Lynns passed through here .last Ernest nrrain . .ai Home & Farm.... nf Vermillion, Kans. March 2S, 1917 ing a retired editor mysoll I may ' Barbara Brown. week wiUi a hunch of horses on their cMIf ing clasnimproves each time. Mr. James I. Hollon, 'f be permitted to pass jndgmenbnp-o- n . Pearl Clark is on the sick list. Total Value way to the hills to trade them. G. B. Phillips one day last week. ' 3r75 Oar Price to you The niws of Mrs. John Childers' Hazel Green, Ivy, . R. Clark, the merchant at this place the outlook of the arduous enOscar Wolfe and Dave McGarty are Misses Edna and Effic Thillips were Dear Sir: You will find enclosed SI. terprise you have death was a Bad shock to many Winchester this week on business for the guests of Carmie .McGuire Sunday. has a nice stock of goods. at We save you 75c undertaken Ellis McNabb sold to Tilrfen Pelfrey a friend! Uie Pipe Line Co. With this order tke Evei P and relatives in this neigh for which please extnd my subscription and must say it is cheering. Mrs. J. C. Ward, visited Mrs. S. H. his grandwill cive vou, free, delivery charge to the Herald one year. I thought the -- Joe Lykins, Jr., visited Blonde fine saddle marc. Combs Sunday. bor hoodfeYou are facing the sunshine prepaid, U hardr ev.er blooming Ke,.l Joe Catron and wife, were called f romn Herald was down and out but found out father, J. 0. Lykins, at Lexington last Bruce'Chindiff and family moved through Mrs. C. O. Rose, who was in the of the future and my hope and 12 grafted apple tree. Tk Illinois to the bedside of Mrsv,.Catron's week. MjMa-rylan' 1 red Dorothy Perkins, father, W. M. McNabb. lasfcwee'Eto the vacant house of contest, that the Herald was still atid prayer is thafc it may are Cashier, Jas. Drake has had a new H I white Mamas Cocket, 1 Ellis and Elmer McNabb we're business Jim Reynolds at this place. e. dost phone put in the bank. alive and coming to the fiont. I was never grow dim. Would to God Crimson Queen, I Sunburst 1 MAYTOWN i j visitors in Hazel Green Saturday. The apple trees are 3 Djtli-cioGraded Schools closed The High and glad to have the opportunity of subscrib- that old comrade Spencer Cooper 3 Jonathan, S Sty.autn Wis-si- p Several from here attended church at last week with three nights of coming for The Dear Old Herald again. I could have seen in his declining and 3 Wealthy. Mrs. Etta Justis and two little sons, Public Square Sunda'. were largely mencement exercises, which am ready to come again with my little years what was in store for the Hazel Green Herald Rcece Stamper was seen at this place 'are visiting Ilezekiah Justis or "3etty $.0G 'attended and enjoyed by all. mite to assist 3ou in your undertaking Sundaj 3 00 LEXIE little paper ho labored so hard to Cincinnati Post (daily) Gap Ridge this week. The teachers all left Saturday for their for I am sure thai you will need a type .3$ Farm & Fireside (twice-a-ia'th- ) Lillie Stamper spent Saturday night Misses Pearl Grain and Ruth Wills ant. ih ke6p alive. While publishing The musm fflohpr Alias setting machine and if all the subscrib .50 Todays (monthiv) called on Mrs. Lenix Swango Wednes with her father, W. T. Wheatley. ln mnKif. nlns .i,, .ni Acorn for eighteen years in Illinois Woman's World (monthly)...... .50 Francislclntosh and Lizzie Hollon ers would pay their subscriptions, from day afternoon. Mrs. Nannie Prater spent Sunday Another month and a musical recital two to five years in advance it would en- and exchanging with the Herald I Farm Engineering (monthly)... ,50 Dr. G. M. Centor, of Stillwater, came night with her parents, D. B. Stamper were- shopping at Mallaga Monday. aiTd entertainment when she will leave visit-e- d able you to obtain the device that you would tear it opeu with more than Total Value. .,....$:0O "Ely and son, Edgar, to this place to sec Mrs. Lenix Swango, and wife. Matt for. her home at Paducah. Our Price to you,.......... 3.65 her sister, Mrs. Bruce Rose on Red desire, then you can give us a better ordinary eagerness jnst because it who has been seriously ill with a compli Some very undesirable citizens last paper, and all well be benefitted. LICKING RIVER River lilsveek.. was frm Hazel Groon. Success to cation of diseases. . TTon minv fr:onrl? Wesaye you 2 35 . . Thursday niht shot a charge of dyna- - , , Wishing you success in your undertakGeorgeTownsend and family moved you, Tom Newt Cottle has moved from ing and that the Herald may become a mite near the school building and broke Hazel Green Herald , fi.9 ffl Nickell) of MiddletQJvnj 0hio who White Oak to the farm of Henry Buck- - from Neolft to S. S. Rose's farm one day sparkling beauty. (Uncle) John J. Sewell. Louisville Herald (daily)....,.,.. 3G a numuer oi wmauw pun,. ouCU is visiting his fotber, A. W. Nickcll at hart where he will raise a crop this year. last week. I am as ever j'our friend, as these should be in jail or some other !Ezel gpent Thursday night with Jas. Crock-etvjloTotal Valwi. The infant son of John H. Lewis died .T.efF M: Eose and family visited warm couutry. weaon tneeu mem. you arid family on Stillwater, SunBill tar Ingram and family at this place. last week with measles and pneumonia, mrs. JLizzie Koeaer G. B. J.ykins left this week for the Ir- -' looks very happy. f day, MiddleWe sate you 60 Dr. G. B. Cox returned from Jas. S. Day March 28, 1917. SpveralTfom here attended the burial Tine oil tields. H. S. Neffhas greatly improved the town, Ohio Saturday. We have not Editor The Hazel Green Herald, Hazel A good number of pupils who have looks of his home by placing a neat wire Hazel Green Herld...i..:.....l.fl Cuero, Texas, March 26. learned whether Dr. will resume his of Mrs. LiSey , .Childers at the Childers Green, Ky: Louisville Tiatcc (daily)..... ..... .il , been attending school here left for their fence around his garden. graveyardTfOn Gillmore, Monday. We James I. Hollon, Hazel Green, Ky. precticeor not. Dear Sir Yours of March 19th re-liomea Saturday. Jas. Inerarn sold to M. W. Pieratt a Total Vjlie... M.W Mrs. Millard Watsou was visiting Mrs extend toJhe bereaved husband and rel- Dear Jim : I have read with much ceiyed. asking my renewal to Tae Hazel Finley Hanks and family have moved niee red cow price S65 00 also to W. T. I Oar Pricjs to you ativefCof deceased our sympathy. Dennie Cottle last week. pleasure the lotters from so many Greeu Herald or by securiny SU Patrick. Ward two hogs price $20.00. Mr, Ingram a sew to I. S. Miller's property at A. S. Vanclev : moved to 'Licking Riv one day Cortez Ely s house caught-nr- e of my boyhood friends and asso- subscriber in order to he) p' y ale r,t? Jnb. Lacy fell last week and injured purchased of T. F. Carr one marc private last week from the kitchen range and al ciates;, and who now live in the get thai maMtiiiic HHrtaJkd His back and uck.hut is much better ui m.iuuu, xuum uuu.uw, W. Qf Q Fu burw-- all the paper ofTthekitchcn T Tini'tc nnrl P.lonn Hflrr - nf Kpl inmii now. . A company of railroad surveyors are together wtth quite a numbel;,. of his four corners of the United States, in your office. As I lure mrtr mi y : Dewitt Taylor in using aT crutch from iintl, nut n tnlcnhonc ' box in Wilev Wli-- 1 here to survey arouto v ) cxtjntion wife's cobleog utensils. But hejisucceQci- - and I can"not refrain from saying one in thk part frow Basel Grtea. ec tX v a'fiecls-oon the vroug end son residence, 4ppi;i the n. Our ?i wCfa yoiTM. J mo- or- r,KT''Kix'cpiF thir. fhnH? N 'ed in extin lishing the fite;:bei"ore,t any " or a fustyyiafl.V .' ti5is farcin tm trv ta t a mw LWasdpne. ' ' WeifiW yoi 1 flfc1 further-d- a Gardemng;"is th'C' order of the day 31rIeiivyiiaa;.beeu; verys jckibuirf r. ,..T .4.. BwastiktffHiiWra'VsSo wvuu ... . fsiart 1ra- lour'.a.Miar sneyv oror, mm zmm HMi Drewi 'toWh. witb'the wunrgn-uroi- a wuMcvuyiv , j .,. HmJ bettcr. 'I "r.iV. is !iuv ior rruiicuuurii wuuitKuiuwniii vujii J. S, Henry was in Morehcad lasVwcek; Kentucky on my twentieth birth- - dollar I sent you oa March 2QA will Uncle John Drake had the misfortune , ickiiartior an inaet-- N"oah Wells who has been in Iowa, for baud last week with a red llcr uncJe p Ir tetter U hiirn February 15, 1895. 0,fp3haw tend my 3ubcriUo . . i four vears has steel. He. was working at jinito period. . Iiot piece-oreturned homd and bought J?have told my age. Well, let.. it .on see 1 am tk,DK the anvil biit;hit him in the palm of the! Mrs. BUI Childers and two children the Henry Fairchild property. Price S2g35KSSS35SSSSSS i g0, for I could hot well deny it if high cost of paper and prinlisg material We Bave yo;5c ss that is advancing all the time up in hand and gtfve Jihn a very had burn. and Miss Ollie Fhipps spent Wednesday j S350. He moved to same last week. Aunt Mary Sewell who has been visit- - any of them could see me, for I this part anyway, in fact some hVe T)m Estill Fugett had an old time working Some thief or Jhieves are making J nigH with R. A.Day and. wife, The two next above eer ing her daqhtef for some time returned am as gray aa a white rat. v nightly visits lo most all the meat houses cone out of bursiuess entirely. Now if Herald and Leader are for cn Mesdames Bud Nickell and Bruce Mc-i- n Saturday. -; "-- b" Dr. Burton was called to Joe Osborn's I live now in Cuero, the home some others would do as well as I have or For Sis Months iuat wie kalf ftieii. , town. Last week home one was run Clurc, of Blackwatcr, visited Mrs. Lenix ) ) O., ..1,1 fU . f -- 1. from' i lie meat house of Capt. W. L. Swango Wcr! jesday. nave mai JL Llio fnmnno uuo Ull.. )uu iviium ouuii t,..n tU vjjjc- - Hazel Gieen Herald... uJviua iui&dj nut. ucnoi ASn'iAntX fliotr wniilrl nnt Af ul ...$l.W Woodrow. Julia Howard went to Ezcl shopping has.measles. Hurst. setting machine installed. Lexington Herald (daily........ 5t D.B.Tyra,.ofStUlvater, was seen on ro sells and ships raon turkeys 1 certainly did on;oy reading the home Mr. Editor, we would like to ask if (Saturday, Hniiv RntnffijVv hnt will Co back to his ! than anv other town in the world ' .....fT Total Value....-...;- ?, : W. J. Ingram whose illness has been i there is any provision in the stock law wu ""K ,clfc :' rri. lt j.l We seem office at Frankfort, Monday, ,,c "c,a,ut 5.W However, I am. not the turkey Onr Price to yotr.. LAND5AW NOTES whereby the officors are allowed to let mentioned in these columns several times j over the United , , , to be scattered .. Ova Vcsob.o.ugh a;nice heifer of Bob man. We save you 50e- i nave tne largest Ford States. When I wrote mv home comine improving aiuwij. lueir mock run ai large on tue streeis ot Hollon pricl;$40. agency in Texas outside the large ietter i was tuen getting over a ve.iy our town and th public highways. Ifj Miss Grace Kash, of Valeria, was in Ben Allen and a Mr. Williams T. P. See1i, of Cam)ton, passed here cities, selling 500 of tho universal bad sick spell and was too nervous lo to The above ofle8 aie not avi!Wie there s all 0. K. and if not we ask that our little town Saturday afternoon, of Morgan county were hero last Sunday witli: seven calves taking them thcie who live within a rdim thev obev the law x ihe rast-n- f n havftJ The writer and her mother spent a car per annum. My real home is write, but will now ray something about covered by regular carrier. week buying cattle. to his farmfm the Spring Branch. pleasant afternoon I'nday fishing m to do. this part of the United Bradley Jewell is visiting at Campton Midia'nd, as it has been since 3805, ourselves and last week while plowing Blackwatcr, this being the writers first Trenton has a population at THIS S1ZEL CIISK Andy Phipps is moviug a saw this weck.v n rtrBt States. f.hnh ond it thro . killed a large snake which measured 512 fishing trip. She caught eight, but still mill to the farm of Ottis Kash to hitest census of 106,000 inhabitant, hor Faraiei-Bfi'rp arc.sowing oats and preIllEi, tXElJT, Mm TIMET. Blackshe thinks there are larger fish in dr.nnsr ori the Delaware nvtr where feet in length. foriSop, dd a lot of sawing. paring land aud bank stock. watcr than she caught, and thinks she Washington crossed it. is noted John McQuinn, of Callaboose, had the UriclcP'reston.Hollon is very low with I hope to visit Hazel Green next for hs rood :oads and Trenion for its! ed e,r York ciJy alKj svcr1 . E. T, Knsli spent Saturday night misfortune Saturday to have his house will go again soon. dropsy. "f5?iL -' Walter Nickell who has been in the with H. L. Whisman and family. though I have said I would fact, ries aud industries cf all kinds. Place3 of interest. I have thrw mitt and all his household goods and the Nathan Brewer and family spent" Sat- year, ' and three brother and half mate 4 Ti' rr... iiv u ....i. Stete Malitia about six months is out on n. f,. clothing of himself aud wife except UilUJV IU XUU3LK111 JVH11- - u'.Wamntrook iiii,vi.v.w, in ..... .it io .1 ,.inA Leonard Combs went to Hazel urday .and SIM ay with Merida Brewer UUli "roiaer nviug in Aeniucity. rri mm his father, A. what they were wearing deslroved bv a F"riugh and is visiting fcucky until they waked up enough , P'ace to live but the high costoi hvmg Green Friday and brought back a and faniilv.' fire. The origin of the fire is unknown, j W Nlckf' of littl4wo-ycar-ol- d '.thJ son of Doc to bni Id soma roads fit to travel i something fierce. Most everything is Rolla, Howard v,si ted Jeff Oakley and wagon load of corn for W. F. soaring out of reach of the poor. fab- - of G il I mT e, Wol fe cou n ty, Ky. , It ia reported to us from a reliable i Gibbsand WKe, pf Wilhuist, was runjou With kindest regards to nil al.ic-ces- s &m at Pmcroyton Sunday, Madden. bage 100 a3 a ton and everything else u.. i mnrnmir trnfn lntjf. source, although tho vent is being kept to The Herald and its to!T The following were ontartamcd at the w n Qrv.;i, nA af. proportion, two ve&b a2o cahbage ' I love the good old took place at j rrUiU H. L. Whtsmnn delivered at Ha- WcdneSr'aY.f-ThesburiaI am respectfully, . tMac and Doc IIatton' Sunduy :1 om wllI,llS to say Isold here at $12 per ton, some kicked at aud 11. L. yrd stole a inarch on their friends j nome of TT,,,,.. n,,;flm .r.vnvard in the nrcs- - Hefald' f i ii i rr 'i iii i It, IS easily Uie secondt .Desi paving it . x nave maue-- many ineaus j ri MissesLclia llichie. Ruth Wills. Delia zel Green last week a bunch of inH wftro nlrM uunocj mai. encaofalar Crowd of relatives and tnai, i'G7 CummiBgtf av. People are all good, D Ii RrcRpr lnst woi'ir Vinnoht f T s Linkous and Bertha Wilson. Messrs hogs sold to A.J. Hughes at 10 Sewell and General institution Eastern Kentucky has friends; TrfiHta-i.t7 way but quite differ-- f per pound. and kind in the:r Alvis Day, Charlie and Terry Linkous. L- - u Millor one milk cow, price $65. Tvm rnnffllthc services. R.,. -nua iidu. jjuo ma uuu urai pnl. frnm ihft vnnt olfl Ivpitliinkv nrnnlp j 'UiiiT ui Curt Pieratt and J C. Lyons passed li. B. I'oie, of Pine Ridge, had the' Jack Hollon bought a cow of asset of the Kentucky mouutaius, We bave bcen ,iving retired in lhe citv j third stroke of paralysis a few days ago tru here Sunday John B. Taulbee Saturday, paying in my opinion, "is, and has been the past four yea is. We own a farm Sunday School was organised at this and is very lw. CUinpt-iu- . Roberts K3fAr!:2S .1.,,K ptnl nut nna 1 - rl o lull T mUiis ll . place Sunday. The following officeis n.nft 1 Q.QK fVirt rfnn1 T. P. Sowell and wife visited ihe ' were elected. II. S. NefF Supt. Alvis txt.A T tnnof r?wa from the citv. situated along the Penn - :Ja3, Vufngs, Colo., Jlar, 26, 1017 Rrooul Afnfiftmr Olney mother Sunday. T. P. gathered a Nathati Hatton bounht a nair Hazel Qr&en, greattijst oredit'to it atid to those sylvaiila railroad valued a few weeks j nio mess of wild greens while on the Day teacher for Bible class, Mrs. Ida of mules of "Big" Jack Editor Hazclrccn HcraUl ago at $14,000 and we are now on a deal Enclosed yon will fsiid way. He wishes us to correct a mistake Sample teacher for intermediate class, ... - gaid ... ...who ,have , been assoctat-. - with a party if the sale goes through, ' one men iuqv ii Doa , uuijg uiuu ifiuui f. You will, tod enclosed one dollar for ,. , dollar for whicn yen wiH ittii;-in The Herald of last week relative to Miss Ruth Wills teacher of Primary uuiiuu expect to go south to 3Ied there- - .me the Herald iix S, Hi Hnrsfc of Frozen sent a 4ho Herald aid I will also avail myself tho price paid for the calves aud sheep class, mid Miss Delia Linkous Secretary, MAr n" flDc hs purchased from Mr. Murphy. The ' Wc arc going to try to have the best Sun-pri- wagon load of corn here Saturday of tho opportunity you so kindly gaye ers, notabty, AllZP, Day, Swango, mainder of our days aa our children, monthf 0 Q y MilW rikuiOBI. ' mo of sayingfa few words for the pleasHajes, Wynne, Erb, Cord and the j my stepchildren arc all livinsc in the! . should have been $168 instead of day school we have ever had at this place to have crushed. ure of friend!'. $5S, The one, at the case or myself have fand in order to do this both y mng and Your frtja4i Robert Tackett of Oakdale was "Friends,"? mean a great deal to me cood school I feel indebted larceh i boys and three girls, all married except old must wake up and attend each Sun made the mistake. two boys, the oldest aud youngest 35 W. 21 All Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hortou pjiid a visit day. We want all you parent to come visiting relatives and friends here and I prize those made in and around Fnr mv .qnnn?3? in Hf fnr with . and 23 years old. Tije boys are all in and bring your children. Tt is the best j last week returning home Sunday;. Hazel OroPriS'crv dearly. It has heen to their farm Sunday at Pine Ridge. f rather hard to break away from them my ten years training there I have the lumber business, v own their mills . IJI LUKv ilium uxi ciuuuaj . f- O. H. Miller, wife and babj visited (JIUUU JUU W. M. Iiadoa Amos Holliday, Buford Swango and come toa country where all are never encountered-- any difficulty i gnd are doing welL My hu.sband i Ger-- j Remember a good Sunday School is the 3)r. and .Mrs. J. from Saturjf and John Chambers, who went to strangers. in naming in competition wun man, has heeu in this country Huceiaay Lee Ciiy Ky, Mar. 27, 112 vrday until Monday. Ola informs us that lilc of a onimunity. As you'know I traveled several vears even college bred and, finished 1SS3 but Bnya he Is loyal to thered, TTstmI rrrMlt4:MjHald Sunday April 5th fs Bro. Reagan's day the upper counties the first part le'js fanning largely this year To defeat over EustcrrMvcntucky in the interest ' at this place. Everybody come. white and blue, as his interest ia ia the4 ;;Jlr. High Cost. of last week on u trading expedi iofH.ft. A rind numbered my friends men, gir X tncIot f j fjfi Eyed Dude Black tion, returned Saturday with a not by fihe hundreds but by the thous- Jj0nglive Tho Herald, the H . .MM" . . ' i the Herald focot yurnt . ft A , Hazel Greenland, her good bui.ch of cattle and hogs. lands. I believe I can call more people and he imagines he can dd sowe tall my tina. J ! LEE CITY am zfapteifMlly peopio. f fightiiit: if any other nation shouW tart The Snudav school at i UPPER GILLMORE. imit today." I j war with this country. Yours Very He k 61 years W.Jf SChOOl house, Which was called off; mountaincounty but that I know hun- Mrs. Johnie Childors died Saturday James S. Day. 1 old and a Democrat. d3uck GoRVof Frozen Cruel:, brought a night March the 31st. She leaves mvny auriug me uau winter weamer, was tirecls of its citiaens anu tueir cmiq-uGuess my letter is getting rather lonfj ...'.'.,iv TT load of chickons and eggs to Lcc City. ng bbhi in central Kentucky l reorganized Sjunday with Sam I and Marliatou-- , relatives and frisnd3 to mourn hor loss. Va. 44 j and for fear x take up loo raadk of .... Jour Lou, Mac, Effie and Robert .Taulbee Rose itendent and Mrs j know wany people there so you sec I: Hazel Green Herald, time w ciose. but sav wouldn't it be! A large crowd attended church at this visited their grandparents, Pee Crascf -l- ull?ayicT ZT Hazel Green. Kv Laura McGuire assistant sunt.. ' grand though if we could all have a j Tir. Jar.I. place Sunday and had a good meeting. and wife Saturday and Sunday. treasurer, Howard Everybody ijas been nice to us and xrQ Dear Sir : I enclose you on dol- - home coming week and all meet in per- -j JSftttnrr JiiR. Banks was in town Saturday and Sj'lvia Spencer who has been at Jack- Halsey secretary, E. T. Kash teach- - have madq:rnany friends. Sunday. j lar for one yearssubscription to j son at Hazel Grn one time. I imagine son for sometime returned home Satur 11 wou,Q souua ,,ke a aD 01 01(1 ce3e The noon tram ran over and killed the , dav. Thefirstyear we were here 1 was pas- - the Hazel Q.r er of Bible class, Mrs. A. B. Kash which yo.wilKiik Herald. and ganders when we all got together. little tWO year Ola cnilu Ot Will GlbbSi infprmfir iate class Mrs tor of tlie Ghristain church at Ordway. Yours truljL-- , teacner nf om Eev. J. W. Burcham returned home t. j My nephew ifenifee ITaddix aud wife Herald ru. olve miles west and. WBWerkin: . J" . Saturday from Pittsburj:. i'a. whore he Laura McGmre teacher of 4i, ,i Yam I df f'3lU Sterling, Ky., visited me last Au-- i Htiuoipai'Ot. . 4 dlaBB Anon. ffi Bdx?113. gustat this place. While here we. visits justis Hha train rounded a quick cun-e- . ' ,ias been at work for some timc' Ml Wtgciwolsjiftrlcts are taia off in ifectr 1 PEKIN i ji.j. Tjss-Hatt- ie -- jjc j ions running from the south end' of the ro RyljmdC.Miwfe county to the north ad. My district is Jackton, Ky . about twenty four mites long and five rrUc! a n on1 line frmr cnltnr!e VtACM1na Dear Mr. Jrollou, j .Dew and Beech Rose who have Mrs. Ellis Hatliff and Mrs Nannie Wc have an excellent building Having been Interitted in Nw- Stamper spent Wednesday night with hkdrnettela and an attack of pneu- - fcjr the Central school, brick and con-- : paperwork for 17 yean have cmtc, three stories high and about the their brother, Charlie Hollcin at Falling moms. 1 9er, are some better been a close obsever of erery paper! Water. Miss tOra Nickel, one of Salem's size of Pearre Hall. The district furnish- reaching my desk, daring that time es free text books and almost any other Ethel Clark spent Thursday with Mrs most charming young ladies, was facility the principal asks for. Many of I know tho expense, the toil, the! Alico Wheatley. Jewel, the three weeks old baby of the guait of Blanche and Nannie trie schools have hundreds of dollars in worries, the unexpliinabld hard- -', Mrs. John Sweeney died Sunday at 4 P. play ground equipment. Ours is a new ships of the Country Editor. In M. and was laid to rest in the Spradluig i Charlie Fallen. Joyce Oldfield, building and we arc iustbeginning on the light of these experiences, per- - j graveyard Monday afternoon. playground facilities, Marv ahri Rnth Collimworth. Offli mit me to congratulate you on givSana Hurt who has besn sick for the have had a very severe winter but ii ing to your readers one cf the best, slowly. past week is improving one ithing I know you would prefer here Mrs. O.W. McNabb and Pearl Clark; have niiasels. to Kentucky and that is the absence of country papers in Kentucky, and: have been suffering with the toothache. ATr. and Mrs. Pearl Gullet and mud. I have not seen any mud this at the same time meeting the very Uncle Bill McNabb who has been sick hdle daughter, Irene, visited Mr. winte The soil here is sandy and by heavy expense connected with the for some time is not any better. the thru snow melts the soil is dry. ; production of such a paper. Just Leebern Lykins, of West Liberty, has and Mrs... S 0. Alexander Saturday a icw &unaays ago we nad a sand how you are doing it is a niracle. moved to his farm at Sanfield. and Smiday. hstorm and with doors and windows fast The goed people of Wolfe Conty Dorsie Stamper and wife who have Mrs; . B. May spent Thursday ened, after it. was over, wc found the bqen at Middletown, Ohio, have returned lo tho 1 W- i shoul br&( with her sisfter, Mrs. H. PI. Swaupo-- floor and everything eke covered with to their home near May town. Your f rianda sand , blown in under the doors and be-- 1 Mrs. Mires Fimeu has been very tween window sash. Happily though Misses Alice, Wills and Linnic Stamper Ryland C. Musick. passed thru here Friday on their way to siciforltte past week but is some thcjr are few and far between. see Uncle Bill McNabb. better, i " This is an excellent farming region, the Miss Eva Prater who has been visiting John J. Sewell Hollou passed thru here principal ciops, are alfalfa, sugar oeets, Geora. her brother, at Winchester has returned canteloupes and fruit and some of nearWilhnrst, Ky. Mch. 27,-- 17, ' Saturday evening going home to; ; home. ly all the products raised In Kentucky. Edttor; of Accept, the Herald: G. B. and Howard Stamper were in spend Siuday. With best regards to.all of our friends, from a veteran soldier of the war this part taking leases Tuesday. We WL.lBryant of Lee City was in I am sincerely, think Howard is candidate for matri ' M. V. Roberts for the Uuiou my .best wishes. I en this neighborhood Sunday evening. mony. TOLIVER 1 DAYSBORO 3117 c THE HERALD'S CLUB BARGAINS mtny pVHiM f dttj -a&d weekly papers wlwrt by Jt on fer to Its TBtbtm kirhie 4mLYr ami weekly pprs in TMt ! I The Herald Km Muk ama-tMtttiwi- tk May-Sunda- y kt:ii f' eoet:ojtt)i bvf tUySh . .mII, I ' Wly 4nr. - be-cau- ""1 ; rot'f d, v RjmU-anc- xso-i,Je- j ! w I - ! Mrsi-Gorte- z i i j um. j se ...!Sr 3.-8- l - Pri-ce't- te ; ao , type-ettiBir- . 1 . . 1 for--th- f . 46 - vsS - ..s-t- ex-da- y, m f 1 ! I dvti ,t i -- iryr. , . -- 1 ' I : I tn j - j j Mile--ToIso- n 1 . it- ft i IUUI, , v ! ! j u'i. 1 Ja P1' vkri j Alti-Jf- i l i i ! j Hn mV. ; - . f t,i f l : j j -- 1 lat-tor- 's t1 If ! t ceit tc i i ce ; W,iUU v i - ; I ll - . . ' " . -- i r'" jjj I MurphylT " LoTa n 1 201 - I rr'Z. ... ! j Dr XIli, ' i ! ! . ..o prhnarviJi0 Uio.-.&fei : I yc