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' 7fo (9ffs4 Most Popfa, Most Widily CircukUd itoi ,s ramomi ith ,toryM EN HERALD Ptw - Kentucky Houniimt. " ix&L&u .... J,W k - "Dm.'triv, Opt Pine Ridge Humorist hi Pine Bidge there' a man who loiHsa pleasant peu, Aui kepg 5k view the fanay side Ofwoweaatsd of men. H Weekly J.(t$r to The Herald, . -- Jtf lor tne .n-t. thxt In.Ai.lt, AfV flcr his juu-aneFROM amounted from h1 tinker on the Keatuv PUR EXCHANGES AND OTHER SOURCES. asked by Ray lo join him 0 anu ale wnIe of Ray'a duct, pfcfciDc , J . . i i Miss Kim HnAasMt ...ti Jf ine ooms,, eavine not i ng fnr UUIl" j last week is up and well "O Jin nlienation iuit datini? htifir f tcn w iuvu ahicj defendkitf i ECHOES OF THE PAST. We learn that John M. Nillf sun-- l dismisseii iu ew Jersey. j water, is very sipk with foi " r,. . iJi n n d fCl "T" niTT-W1 HH TTFi Vv ' Uitui f ! npfn;A " WOLFE COUNTY! 1LM QKY, THUBSDAY, APBIL 20, 1917. ' . r ! Xjjz VVO, t 5 Trails waWL'"J. ,13" on ffcL'Or.1 -- f !cwlicn 1 , i. i ! -v-- ! .IsnmamaJ, - : t. e. Hugh, who was awstcd and! Are roilickiBg m o'er-wit- h clccfX - ..gVi uie;,riuy,iS serving a oursmg me J'resident md iail sen jQO-da- in and Around HrtJel Green Thirty Years Atro:, TAKEN FROM HERALD FILES. jacksc?kJJ 3lie $odrity Court at-i- away. Our noon meal consrgted of the j As all ca plaiDly e. f3. fTbitl r cift.i." : . j not complying with theJjLj5lvifl of Devil's Creek, to Matilda Tutt fruit of a large walnut tree on the faim On Ihe humoroas wdc of iifci,ei,ik,is Mercer county, had aeveral of Sarvis Bend, at the rcsidece of the that had been a resort so often in our DEC, 13-2- 0 1886;J bonds. d days, then we went to the well j A riew of those aroatJd, bride's father, T. K. Tutt. Rev. J. H. taiHi uiiritfon Jamba killed bv drt, f. ... And pynla his sharactoff jipjte data remembered spring that furnished a jiJighls ago. Canines have rftldvd and W Fdb. Stamper Officiating. Died A t her home in WiilffaaBtbii! tinurof hrown. " ; drink far superior to that bottled iu boud. itnjurod his flock so oTffn Mr. Albert Burton, living, at Daysboro. has 1 oth at 5:30 a. m. of heartJWiSd, Mn. We carved our names respectfully ac- ,A?ih5se xho red can'i chaplc a smile, ' has decided to ubandon sheep raising. Ijguted the Gbdsey property in tpwn " Repretentatire Married On the 11 G, W. Morris, of lP. .. and Janu Gbmbs. wlfn nf H'tn - -. ilkk'jiRkes the heart feol,gj cording to age including the one absent ifl" . The governiieui U to tanlml absolute S1" n,0Vo to ifc Powell county, to Sylvis Spencer, of odlnis Old Sorrow in the tonih on a large beech tree overshadowing the-- i ly the pricdn. wLicli. manufacturpr.s Wo nrt Aiitrinrirvt tn nnnnnnra f- - C o thia county, at the resideuce of the T wither nd decay. spring After strolling over the farm ' CANEY.4! bride's father, Uncle Strong Spencer. lAULBEB,asa, candidate for fe'e for ,Vi,r f'unitions. TluOn Food. Btfv Isaac MH will move & Hirz- He gives in detail all events , . A. 1 . until were very much fatigued each . .. . ., T tiilt J6L 6 CO CVCn farthpr nnrl .... , v. .1 f.i el Glean Its Sfioir ns ho " n A fight came up here ylwi&y be-- 1 That eomc before his , """I Knoiiro n ICU " of us cut a cane on the old farm which "Hut m uiu yiau xvi8iiiuvi; subject to the Democratic .primary, to regulate the price of fhouse' for the purpose of oducating his tween John J. Watson andj j eral c.mmisMon AndbatJie catchfs on the win- Married at the residence of the bride, we prized far more than one taken from August 1917. j foodstufi and jail the pi ice booetsr childron. in which several persons cnaui 1 Sov- tie touches up anew. the frm of Washington. Then oral shots were fired on bo mbf but Jas. McQuinn on the 1 1th, Jas. A. Hal- - crossing the G.corSc the same ferry we Ke IcOb about the courting iorI$L j&:ra.TO8 rfceived in Mt. Sterl ng a river on . TW par- - scy t 9 Martha Mcyuinn. f,.. 7 started home biddin cadieu to our old! VV are authorized to J. P. 9- yos were.duiy sober, somefcWusual home but with a fresh lesson indelablv i MOKRIS, of Cney, Morga awty, g. iu eun irays. tho dlfficultyCfffiFdut of portray uvea , 3IL SterltBg, aud written on memories page to last through a adidate for Rej rrsentative f ta !4Wru.eri5 were here he would see hat this an old grudge. A BRIEF HISTORY 01. legislative District, euljct to tlw ... . out the remainder of ourlivca. hv h5 Still let the rosy bloom el wit ,.i. w was jioiei"j "qis riorum. Tr.c fences the rj, I have alwaj's lived a humble farmer's ltmiocnitic primary August 4, 1917. la various form rcreal , u Utf &un ,,oward i usus, tiie trcos, yea the earth is dress- 9 ledcraft. TheveHts iu you te them best, John Arnett, of Salyersv iu was ujj year of age. eel in white and tho material is 17 jSfcd Of the McGuire Family of life and feePvery much like the Irishman inches through here "While coming from the reel. who said he started out with nothing and la.t Sunday County Judfe ..o. wuue iuty, an agnd woman of 'thick. norae irom Krankfort. faith he held his own. he still had noth- gladly print the hnaisrous lines, near Howling Gwa.f va8 aoriouslv this Vicinity. j hurt ing. I have never been able to accumu-- j '$will k?p the paper bright ilio was afacktfj by a now. Thelvon.nn We are authorized to announce EDOn last Friday a difficulty occurod Aad tiioseiho read rJH surely snide, late very much ahead and having a poor- ROTHWEL1 wai) thrown to tho ground And ribV.ril say, good night. and gored bv Boone Spencer and Noah Lon" house of my own to support but having GAR T. KAH, as a candidatc;for' Thomas P. CfoIIinswcath Twuite a the animal. Several ribs wore broken. a the When the civil war came up between the aid of a willing helper I have always County Judge on the Democratic ticket, residence of the latter, about UaroitB Sam. tThe animal was beinir drive fight with a coon a few tiaysJgMTom's j the States although father was in sympa- subjgat to the primary August 1917if--ii. three miles from Oampti. kept out of the county inflrmarv. stab-be- d Long dogs had a big coon at bayvf nd Xaiser WHhelm to Almiffhtv went iny witn tne south he always held a Sponoer'in the armVand side with Licking River fs a dear pluce to me vi to the rescue of the dogs whetfpf, Coon uuiet posuion ana was seldom molested fn- - mnnv ,nnc.n .,.uu: .. i x?:.r u vwygpn tanic tn the " County Attorney UOt ISr 0 V1V11AI ii j & N'. fchoo? un oight inch dirk knifo, mflujting pain- Ai.tlJ vtiCvliu Written forThe Herald j at Louisville exploded one day t week uu out not dangerous wounds. "Long uiiiuu ior i nomas who keptUa4Hg and aunng uie reoemon. i was only a little few rods of it's banks where I first saw I Teia iiott, will you T,c inkln Jfrom llieeffecls of which ouo man was has made his escape. Wm. Rvrrf fell over a log into a hole of Jci. This tot at that time but I can remember , the licht and on Mnv 3 1R7H T wns hiiri. partner: T" o j Woo You don.t know' who I a.ni? neu ana u,rte otheis seriously injureil' I cd with my Savior in baptism beneath . rvnw r j CJ..W. Drake, jailer, made Tom mnd and he scizeoulgub and several incidents that occured then i.vi' t1 n.,mi.. I aui der Gcrbian Kaiser, paawa uiGOtigii Uoro last .Monday in succeeded in taking the Iffe p. had coon-shiseveral cousms who xvent to the its surface. Being a raftman m my County Attontoy j Uuls Pields. tha man who was killed, Dor Emperor WHhelni. of Wolre Giuntv. I was so ThcJog Avas bruised sottiec Avat where the war waged the strong- - younger days I have floated over every terribly mangled that both arms suaren oi nun. ocratie primary Augusi 1 whiPtIed demBoWiuig, er made muddy, and Tomromc out est and gave their assistance to the lost ' inches of its water from near Salycrsville jo6t td tHe J and both rkn0Vr were lorn off. j igi7 wit bullets lhlad Jlussia full, wet., Moral Never backet, when cause. I had an uncle, E. C. McGuire to Covington where it empties into the j worn- - un the seventh to Henry O. Phippa has paid the State ' UMg'lI whip France und Italy, x tho'avife of yoigo hunting. : '.j1 vho left this country in those dark days Ohio. Once when I was drifting down j . . . ISblo'w up Jobhnie Bull. Conservative Commission at tpW vvi. Wavid Koso, a boy, Nathan. Wofcht 10 and moved to Greenup county apd bnce Pounds. in MtLflrtinAtitv vf .r ..i . . Conn-o- n .Sitlliim Jliritinci Kotttall dew odcrnafions The snow that fell this weeC stopDed ho had come back to father's on busi- county, I saw an old gentleman standing j BERN ALLEN usa candidate for ! him , , of iHcfr.iIlt- n . (1UCKS -Idpgh-eIVIIU j to".'"' on the bank and 1 called to get lotginjf ' Attorney of Wolfe Cour ty subject to ness and being disturbed that night they If you shugt be mein pardner uis estate at Wiuiiaeh. L. L sintm Married on last Wednesday, Jan. 27 all the mines at this place, and several men are idle waitin for the stid to melt found the house was surrounded by a for the night and ho readily took us in th?? Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 ' T . I) .1 at. Uud whip dot Uncle Sara, nrilr.nln i auss 1,0 iaueu uie estate and seized Jary Miller, Rev. J away. homc-gardband of orgurrillar when we entered the houre we found ' H2 live wild black duck-- , 25 dead black You know I got the iuhwariuos, ? LiUIe l fating. Attendants, Will he was the only inhabit to announce J. K. uiiok and one wood duck. All ERropc know Wot well ""ngo ui inhnvp 7 BllhPkiiria ity At- wear and was (about to n Off aTftam TTuI Tifoinri trYjrifaT5f - n t3 &HSTr:mi marked him whcn one of thcm Couj S. S. Moore has diichcdlns mine and;l?cnse he witucasCd a territlc eucniTuter betwet n Marrictl on Jan. 28 at the residence of ne "as a s,nri x wou,a UKU lo Imvc- - Jt river nca- rock house "creek my patent 2sow, Gott, if you virt do uis, mouldering to dust and with refer a monster groundhog and two large dg F. M. Long, the brides' father, in Mor- is now ready to run coal. Den you I will always love, being a baiutuul home spun red llannel. are We are authorized lo announce W. S. flvo boys in whiih tho grundhog was finally kill gan county, Mr. John Chaney to Miss Vud I'll he Ktnpercr of de earth, so they made him pull it off and give it ence to my own familv I have took place on the Brotdc youngest be- - TUTT as a candidate for County Court-Clerk-, ed. The battle and four gulsall living the Und you be Kmporor above. Laura E. Long, Pav. J. T. Piuratt offi. WEST LIBERTY. up : !., ol,l subject to the will of the demo-ciatlyn hill pike, iu the Kentucky river dating, The attendants were, Mr: A, 1,l""'v fw But, Gott, if you refuse me dis. Thefirst piece of monev I ever had W. A. Hazelriggjs visiting.fricnri.i and ciilT, aad Mr. Morgan stopped his an'o C. Niokell and Miss Iloov Wilson. voters at the Aug. primary. I hope tho readers or the Hoiald wd Tomorrow night. at eleven, prerelatives t Salyersville. He will return was a five cent piece in grccn-bacand lost uearly an hour to iee the out I'll call all my Zenpe4H& out sentedtomeby this dear old uncle, ovoi look my on ors and this ill composed in about two weeks. Und dealare war on lleavan. We arc authorized to announce VAN i There were plenty of them then and 1 history and in conclusion will say nun twulM- Floyd Day got back from Cincinnati still have it in my home in a small trunk the tics of ielationship be reunited in i B. ELKlNSasa candidate for County wouldn't ask dis of you, Gott, hnd Oliver Wen j on Thurslay night last and loft ..for I In Fleming eminty Fieddio Phipps and Johnnie Downing that my father had in those gloomy daj s fairer clime than this and may we v Court Clerk subject to the action of1 tho Butit oan be plainly seen, jdell !Ilmes been near the sopne, c Quicksand next morning to look after are on the sick list. , which he kept hid in the bnrn loft cover- - i permitted to meet with loved ones ii Democratic primary primuay August.-!Dt von Edison puske Ut button in ! would have witnessed f the logging interests of J. T. and F. Day the renilzttion 1917. I got no submarine. his valu- - that city beyond Rho Jordun. cd with flax in which he kept uistpicture drawn in the words of "Tin at that place Sam .1. Elk ins, Kfxon, Texas. difficulty occured last Wednesday able papeis and money at time s Father J. H.MeGLIRE ?lmr." ilarve) Wonderful near town between Oscar Mckenzie. was a stiong advocate of the temperance Sheriff ' Meadows, with hi his family, was driv-itnJ. Clay CoopVr, son of Judge Cooper cause in his day and was for many yeais A Card of Thanks alontr tue road when the old family and stuJent of Hazel Gicen Academy Mmix. in which MoKenzic; received a an elder in the christian church at White dmpped u. pieces throwing out returneil to school Monday after a week' Wo aio authorized to announce SHI-LFROM THE LOCK Wedwsireto thank our frioiuU ' very serious wound in the, head, Minix Oak and when my mind wandeis back he whole family. Mis Meadows .Buf visit to h's pirent at West Liberty. SWANfSO as a candidate for Cause un- to my childhood days 1 besome almost , ... striking him with a chair. POUCH. aud ueiRhbnrs m and arutn-- Ezol. f f f Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to the lost in deep meditation and with the known. and Maytown for their kindness ctiol e)0'. Democ atic. Primary, August 4, 1917 Hon. D. S. Godscy our representative poet can sing "How dear to my heart are aud sympathy shown' us during Trent Ky April 18, 19lri A. O, AudcKon, a negro, giving Lex- - has throw nnside the affairs of the State the scenes of my childhood, when fond James H. Burns returned home SunJap. I IImIIoii the sickness and death of our inngton as his home, wa lined $100 and j for awhile and is visiting his family at day recollections piesent them to view." from Virginia, where lie has been Jailer When I was four years old I went tnipuM,r Editor: beloved mother, Malinda Patrick, sentenced to forty days in j'til at Mount this place. visiting for some time. We gladly wel. i Bloomington and remember well seeing . j v S.crlmg for bcotletgiug. Marked money iw who died April 12th 1917. come him home. We arc authorized to announce W. J. General Marshall and his men coming j and several U..ttle5 of whiskey wer r AhhS T , f nwlll....iiiB s ftt. About four which send mn llm Herald su DUNN, as a. candidate for Jailer of down through the State. The quor w& j tenriiag he iiaxci found in hi Academy, and j Miss Maudie Maxcy, of Cancy, i vis- years ago I met a gentleman whose mutiths. I will in tlio near liitur lVokfe County, subject to the Democratic conuVated and deMln.yed by order pf the boardillg at the Pferntt house. iting friends and relatives in town. name I can not recall who told me he aubsenba for a yvar. ' rimary August 4 1,917. onurt. A pistol wms ftleo f und on him The Poor Chickens was in that army and that he had nine j' Yours truy. und ho was 1K1 to cironit court. on a! Reb. Jvendall loft1 Thursdaymorning Indians in his company. Tihere is nothins that anises sr linr(T., af rmrrvu n oirPniedfcdU i D Tborabury, of Texas, commenced Q'Hair Wui. o We are authorized to announce"!!. "When a mere boy I attended school al a p otrtcted meeting ;tt the Christian to attend the Agricultural andLMechuni-ca- l much trouble among liwghbers ai- weajioiu we used was j Bloomington. The fijel College at Lexington. HARLAN BREWER, of Valeria, as a church at this piano Tues lay night. Jan. caicsens. roor cuichuiiBi ii uioa aid to be thp nld 2(5 which w'dl ooitinue till Moadny in fzAM McF-dde- n, Ilmsburo, III. April 17, lift canh ate for Jailer of Wolfe County, saplings cut from the mountain side and are olamea tor nit tuo enemioe i redeitt residfat t Keuiueky, uiea elusive. subject to the action of the Democratic Saturday on a the team used to haul it in. consisted of Jas. I H llon, John B. Phipps left Frank McFad primary August 4. 191'7 they have made in this world they it the hnme of Ids 0 business trip to Lou'svillc, he will re- boys with yokes and chains made of Uazl G eon, Kyi J5"g 31 fw miU fn,,n Owonsbo.o, hickory witlis. days. have scoreB of black marks against main several Rev J. T. Pieratt preached at Dear Sir: !on Monday nighf. lie was 121 yens On Marchj 18, 1875 we loaded ou on Sunday last morning and eveAssessor them. It Booms Strang that poo- past t.vo years had Enelusud you will tiud .$ 1 50 Cm od, and until the house hold goods in a large fiat boat and ning. plo vail let their cl.iokons run. MAYTOWtf ,uvig hU WQM m floated down the Licking to our new which you will send inn tho Haze They certaiuly nrrf no improve tkseCMIll So.r Hli We are authorized to stmiouncQ E. F able to do home in Morgan county at the mouth of Green Huruld luid thu L'Xii.gtut The news'thut E. Dawson, who was To the wife of W. L. James, WLM&MAN as a candidate for As&vyor meat to a pretty lawn. Now ia the is'tuio Hide t.iHiiuiti work. Fine? thxi Bu-M sh )t by WilliamSj in Menifee county, Rockhouse creek. (on the 14th a boy, Daniel, Leader lor six nmiuh. rfubjtct to the Domocrsilftt primary Auk- ime he has been eon Hoed lo Ids room Father raised a large family consisting time when chickens turn do He was dead has proven to be false. pounds. Ycuirs truly, 1 was the yrare he was a flatboater st 19 17. daniapo to lloor .nnd vog. In his early Avould of six ooys and four gills and wrote Uncle Bill Lawson thafe.ic E. M. Pioratt. tho Ohio liver and j fifth in number and was born June- - 13, otable gardens. Now i hot waath-.e- r, brtwei poinls oa court ihMarch. Born To the wife or G. W. Cox, on be at the Frcnchburg New O leans. 1858, lived in my native home until We are authorized to anunuuefa K. J. is the time whan people losf the 14Ui a boy, John Fioldcn, wieght 15 17 years old when we moved to intonating story comes fwm Car pound;. A CREECH as a candidate for Assissor, Bushton Illinois at West Morgan. The ten children arc still livtemper the easiast over tn went their Leslie Swetnam subject to the action of the Democrat iu o Liberty Sunday. What dis she sav Les- ing the youngest being about 42 years . flies. Kaon up your oliiokune and 1( a" i who displayed citizen of J.J. Catron und wife wnre th primary, Aug. 4, 4917. Miss Rosa Lee KasK, of this place, lie?" keep tho good will of your ueij?h-jhi- g old. Each of the six boys have followed gie8t of Onn Oakley Mid wife. pr0.0eniian .vmpaUdes a bit to. who has been confined to her bed for teachirg in the common schools. I bors. strBUjrly to ait Ids neighbors. This man Wcarc authorized to announce JEFF Judge Amos Davis, of West Liberty, taught my first school in 1883 in the J. M. M tVy and vifo w.re en iu Uis rarden and when the laft tfeak with pneumonia fever is had a scarecrow passed through town last week. . but little, if any belter. live it being the first tertained at the hfmo of J, B BREWER, of Nuoln, as a cundidatu-fo- r district where I now ('thommeovident thai a slate of war A HanyDog. Assessor of Wolfe County, subject to the Qu1d k oecUrod to exist between the one taught in that district ofter it was Kickell und wife Sunday. Damocratic primary Aug 4. "Wore yoa over kept nwako nl xjnii .StaUB and Germany, he ia said S. Court established. W. T. Day will attend the A small child of F. M. Nickell was 12 1875 and fathMother died August nJfrbf rv ihft howl iiie: and Uarkit c'io 1mvo dtia.ratod the tcarecrow with brought to Dr. V. M. Thomas, of this at Louisville, Ellen Elkins ia quite ill utL "ej j Wc ac authorized to announce er April 11, 1891. Since that time wc pmnmnnia fever. of1 a dog? Not very plaasant is i ?jthe American ilasr. When his action imSQt U) mvo a foreign subsUmce re-ITRIMBLE as a candidate fus have had to row our own boat without t ewe to the notice of his neiguborj they mov(td froin CAMPTON. Iu nosc 0n careful ex you know how it sounds, Wp Charles Rose was tlVd 'gui8t oi of Wolfe county subject toyi- thn ncaJsinripo nf n.'iro.ntnl advice. os,1,Prl 1,1 50,110 , f tht it proved Ur be a grain of Gi T. Conter is having some valuable vouv dotr locked un at h Kht Put will of the Democratic voters-at;- , On March 24 1S87 I was mairied to Edtella Catron Sunday." ,tle: t,,e ftfrBndffr ws todule , improvements on his. mill. He has ele- Delilah Havens, one of the seven daugh, I August primary. him in your barn rr outshod, at of , d;SDiav it On.ihevfront aljout five J. R. McClttro transactpd bui vated the whole mill building ters of S. W. Havens. Although father j nichtso his music will not make j bemse ni order to avoid much soberer i ness in Charleston Tuesday. feet. Havens was a republican his daughters A new post offlce'kus been esUddished your christian neighbors say penaltias. enough to marry a demoCreek, on the of things that should be left unsaid. Jo.eph jfeCray has sold 2rfl acres of , at the mouth Frozen c JL Dav fa Miss Ella Ro3e, daughter af David were fortunate to say the seven daughKmtuekv Rivor Johu crat. Strange Lcne Wolle Okla April 21 luin We are authorizoi trnnouRce Rev. Keep him lip so that your back land in Mercer couniy to Ohas. Sp.lman postiwa.5lor( or' lho Rose, of Stillwater, is very low with ters and one maVried inft belter man JA5IES NICKELL as a candidate1 for Jas. I. Hollon. pneumonia fever, recovery doubtful. yard will not be filled witht in cans at $H0 an acre. This place was during hftvc bc(jn fQund to four families two in each. war tho homo of Morgan Vance, j Assessor of Wolfe County subject to tPV he civil 0 Dear Sir: and brickbats aimed at tho .dog After father's death B. F. McGuire u A pp. Morgan; . of the late tt. Find enclosed rannoy order j wil! of the voters at the Republican poor innocent creature, no , ib father of Iotusvillc, Dr. on which :is J. G. Trimble, of Mt. Stcrliug, lust The Campton high sdhool is; now in apd I were appointed executors to his and Augut4. 1917 , , Vance , . full blastnvith 79 pupils. will and we were called together on some for one dollar for which please j only mourning tor nis inenu wno Inewted tho famous Shawnee spring. It 'Thursday purchased the fftrm of G. A suggested that wc make a send me tho Herald pus year. business, I jtrayed into a sausage factor'. was at this spring Gen. George Rogers Whitney, near this plnce, lying on the Xded,.tipp,raise-ment';e old plantation or the place of The psrit.is greater' !)iiiii4 i RtBneclfuiiv. The Clark came upon Janus Ray cooking a Maysville pike abotlt half a mile from J. B. Hollon md Co.ToiTci,dcj?efiit; t visit to wliich was agreed upon. Five Lock him up, my, friOlld. o'lUSjiirtli bill. of CMrips, i . ;n first town, at SI 0 ner acre This is conaid- 3 ...i... ti. Wnir tnade bis Trat him H- -t J, A. Bio 'fluumaj-iWof Uiu as brothcriS Dot d tit oh foot a hw organize liin m-- the finest farm m Mor,(feotucry Co. ordered to bq rcjiordwl, UKrdV IVt lo trip Uiy crowu, r'lliam infide an order vacuctinffj3 office of snentt of thiB county, on.aftitr ofSfa udrc G. & Swano disnatched the route acroos the mountain to what k to Xxt r1A t business of the court in a judicious man- - tm.f thf lnrcK crvif tin Ii i i.i k.. ii j TTv'nnfti'!. Wnmn ?ti. crossing of the river at the old place we the law. i iouna no terry except a large run snapcu Kaw !o! Hiv! lin 'rir thnt nurrwiao nnrl ' ' ' Prof. A. F. Byrd is havinc a coodt. , school at this. place, and the people ap fpn the bank near by who ferried us safe- - i predate it very much. ly over, (f mcir. Sharley Stump.) Aild when we landed we took ram- Married on the 5th,, Wm. L. Spencer ble over the farm Viewing and recogniz- to MlssSaralfSparks, at the residence ing many tilings that were so dear to us of thebride's parents. in our infancy though more than twenty tjfm j i i ! j 7 jw lit iuvicu isj oiny,M iiiuvh' Married On the 11th S. S. Shakel-for- d, t - fP boy-hoo- ;Jti, J Democratic 2 . I t -- iv I . xU-w- i -- ii court-Survive- d J xot! ! I ! t'wu A I ..... X la-i- 1 4M s j a . f'"""" I X j 3 . I 1 Vaai (robbers)eycauimidcg I j ic k j i I 1 I t One-Hor- l j i j i I d j- r. 1 G.-ee- ! - May-tow- n n wi-ig- ut ,7 I j ! j f ""Uilniittoa ; ,, ; Republican ; grand-daught- , ! I ma' 1, :f 4X. .jj .- K,, 1 ,THE iJgS GREEN herald 1 T: is- - ' " TOE MEIHiB. Published Every Thsraday t Hazel Green, Ky. Official Oil ut kMticky Riilway. PEK1S Lory ward of this place is seis iously ill at this writing. Sunday BeulaW cription of our beautiful little is confined to her room like measles. ina the inUDlDS. ia'CMMBBHBBH"" ' J 1.1 1. t1 U - .C M. X. COTJETTt Receiver No. iff,' SOUTH STATIONS Oct. 31. 1915. BOUND No 17 Daily A. M. . 7 40 7 52 8 00 8 17 g 22 S 42 8 48 9 45 Piper of Wolfe County. HOLLON, Editor. Pricr st tke No. 19 Dai'y P.M. 1 30 1 42 JAMES Sskscrhjiiion Index One Dollar a Year. Jialoae .. Cauey Licking River .......... ........... 4V - kr Xstered as 6 pet-oe- e mtter Septcm H.-.-el '31879. Keatwekf, wider the Act of X&rch at Caanel City...... Helecbawa Lee City- -. - . A ...... Jackson O. k. K. JnRctieH.... WiIhhrst....C- - Ir 60 2 08 2 12 2 3i 2 37 3 01 3 35 1 .00 i YiKiiAlYiici, HORTH 8TATIOXS BOUND Kp. 20 No. 16 Daily Daily No. 18 Daily p. m. 4 5 5 5 6 65 24 52 58 15 A . M. TKTISBAT, :: APRIL 26, Lee City Helechawa Cannel City- Caney iialonfi 1917. Tndex ; Licking River..... Jackson O. fcK. junction. Wilhurst 11 30 11 00 11 28 11 34 12 10 12 15 12 32 12 39 12 50 4 a. owmpw oaiur er, Kv. I wrote Mrs, Day and Why Rural Life Is So Dull ATTEND! Come, let as Se ta Smaaay Sckwi; J' asked her to tell you to chauge it 0KE MILLION PEOPLE WILL Jtatker, we should have said, why some rural Born, tosthfwife of Porter Clark, a before I came up here, but guess j Kentucky Sunday School Association (boy. Thisfpes three boys, Porter ahe forgot to tell you. I have misdull Mrs. R. M. McGuire is on tho find names for any sed three copies and we c.Ttaiuiy says, and sick list at this writing. Kot all rural communities are dull. Many are just have missed it too. . nA were present, but whatever uu0 Mrs. E, W. Day, of Grassy, is Wash With best regarde to all, Uncle Gn Stamper sold to teeming with social life and interest. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Levy LandrumbuBhels of corn at $1 remains uuknown. Little impor I romaiu, per busheiiito L. E. Stamper ten Do you realize why some communities are lacking in Ward of this place. tance is attached to this story in Mrs. Asa Zwen. V0LFE?(;iRCUIT COURIY bushels atQVme price. Italian poltCical circles. i mCoa "racial lif&Jfod. "snap?" Simply because you, "yourself, are A.J. Combs and wife e thought that the John OajrT&de a business trip to While dining at my club one quarters deficient in these qualities. And your neighbors are likely City were the guests of Mrs. Campton;Sito?day. a German origin auu i S. P. Ilowe, Committee Ai., Pliiatilfsi Commiseioiier's Sale vs evening recently , says .Harry story has Comb's parents Saturday and SuninfluDaisy Napier, Defendant. MinDi&jSteaiper has returned home Payne Whitney, millionaire and put out with the intention of in the same condition. day. opinion. from a triuickaand. clubman, "I observed that my or encing public Dorn8. Suppose you wake up and take an interest in matters Joel Hav?ns and wife, of Mize, OF A JUDGMENT ' der of oysters on the half-sheBY VIRTUE of Sale of the Wolfe were visiting J. H, McGuire and .'rder that tend to the betterment of the social side of your com. Believe "it Pays." was not cumplete wheu set before Court, entered at its February family Friday and Saturday. Co. have just Circuit 17, in ihe above stj'ed cause, J', j. The term, If me. There were but eleven of the munity, especially of your immediate neighborhood. Sau Joaar.orto Rico. Soon Mrs. J. H. McGuire and Mrs. 12,900 tons as Master Commissioner at aid Court, bivalves, iustead of the dozen or closed a contract for AprSpt917 your neighbor will come to life and join you. Then others Joel Havens visited G. B. Philips pounds of catalog will, oa the 1 had noticed tnat my or 240,000,000 dered, 7th DAY OF MAT, 1117, MrlBolloh : Dear 1917 trade, lhis will come trooping along and you will have the ball rolling Friday aftrnoon. waiter, an Irishman, was a new paper for their betweeu the houis of I o'clock and 4 figured at 2 cents per o'clock p. m., expose for sale to the high I receivedyour invitation to and it will surprise you how rapidly everybody will step in Ethel McGuire, of Toliver, is contributSotyour special "Home comer, and I decided to let the paper alone pound, which is probably far less est and best bidder, the onetnerd undi vided interest of Daisy Napier subject to the line and march to the tune of greater life and happi- visiting her grandparents, J. H. Coming" number too late to reply matter pass. fchnn it costs them, means an out to the life estate of Josie Lacy, and her McGuire and wife this week. "The following eveniL however in time foft that issue. However $4,800,000 for paper alone. assignee, J. C. Napierr said sale will be ness. exactly the same thing cccured and lay of six month?, and the credit Peace. I still have' thq matter m mind became a trifle impatient. Beck- Add to this the cost of getting out made on a will beofrequired to give per purchaser Many communities think that if they have their farI and havingjejeived your second the catalog and the mailing of sonal surety with one or more person Baid : mers' meetings, preaching occasionally, and prayer meeting ana m communication, I am now res- oning to the fellow, I do you mean same and it will make an enor- acceptaDiebe to me commissioner, for the Hen will retained on the latid What "See here ponding. A ' mous sum this one firm is spend-in- purchase price of same. once a week, they have fulfilled the social laws. But not CONSOLATION CHATS 8 by bringiug me eleven oysters to get business that should the whole of the same, When I "heard from Miss Vir so. To be content with these is like living on a heavy diet twelve? This is aud would go to country merchant 13 Said land, orfollows: Situated in AVoIfe described s had when I ordered ginia Day that the Herald of of corn-brea- d Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cecil visited been resureoted, I was much pleas the second time this thing has if these merchants would apply county, Kentucky, and on the watersfoU and meat. The human family is a Swift Camp creet, and bounded as happened, and as I dine at this some of the business methods used lows: Beginning t tha old S P. Howe ed and wheaL received a sample creature by nature, and with his work he must mix a reas their daughter, Mrs. J. L. coKn-tof Mize Sunday, copy and slequent numbers, I club considerably, I would like to by this big mail order house. The shop house on the west side of theDevil; road leading from Campton to onable amount of play if he is to retain his mental and understand the ideal" conutry merchant can not issue creek at where John G. Lacy now live,.. Irene and Treemon Blauken- - was deligftffcjto find that a real V nrfi liiw rr mwini ship spent the w uj nsjc Dein- tiiirroen at thelab nr vt vw.j.' ii i 41.1 .ii in ..v i'iirifwirrc uwui KJj Hill their goods to prospective custom letic forms off amusement. Put the young family visited e(la,PPBd yong nian for this work sir," Tj,e' with ir people of the com nis wife's parents near Mize ers each week by using the columns who has uncoubtedlv the wolfnro Sat IinJSdi,n?fA the land munity to work m the line of entertainments. formerly of this paper. of the people at heart. You will be urday and Sunda i. Hurst, new owned by 8.owned by Z.- . Must LiTe Within Their Incoiies; F surprised at the amount of really good talent thence with his line tn th w IWlinMrs. Gre n Berry Stamper, of Your advice to the. farmers I In that will come Campton garner line; tbeace with the the future counties must live said Ruhi- to the front. visited relatives in this consider excellent. As the past within their incomes. The Court Binds Unhealthy to ike Healthy twenty thWyears of my life have vicinity last week. The fly has no equal as a germ ihLth.T,.,JrIeT,,Ilr; with hi of Appeals iu the case of Nelson But above all things take an active interest been spent in the army, I suppose in these af. Mr. aud Mrs. Garrfltt Hall "carrier ;" as many as five hundred ?,.t,fe in?f.1 . Miller, and wiih county against Less McCrockliu beginning. lairs yourself. million germs lnve been found in the Jatter's parents on Stam that advice from me to the farm- - OVArrillofl lirmnnnn .7 : ' PrPPard xAiuhf'111 of sale on to ,lal: D UDW81U11S) V f and on the body of a single fly . You may be the very person who. in terms per Branch Saturday and Sunday. ers Of vonr Bflnfinn on,,M s:d counties had disregard time will develop It is definitely known that the f April, wn! m hand tbl3 J7lh Mr. and Mrs. Clay Cecil spent much weight. ed fixed expenses, like salaries, in the "snap" that breeds success. fly is the "carrier" of the typhoid a pleasant day Sunday at the home There is a custom (or used to be estimating the amount of indebtfever j is widely believed that it Community life is just what the people of Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court. at least) that does uot appeal to edness they could incur, and held 16 atso it the commun- of T. M. Lee, the "carrier" of other d"s- ity make it, and YOU are one of the people. Do Misses Esther aud Bonnie me as a farmer. 'That is that that in the future couuti3 are your part easi?, including possibly infantile and Rhoda Davidson took most of the people there go in for bound under Section 157, of the before asking others to do theirs. paralysis. dinner at the home of Geo. Old raising corn to the exclusion of Constitution, forbidding the in- - mu Candidates field Sunda'. vegetables and other profitable 'X" .oUflUo that a The Man With The Peanut Soul hS If you are a rea! live candidate Mesdames Flave and Clay Cecil crops. I have known men to dp- - 6Xceedtheincomeitoddotfrom " place jour announcement. ; were pleasant visitors at the home vote the entire season to raising a the estimated revenue, these fixed Wwaw where a moving picture was made coluran- - We charge you a Icrop of corn and then feed it out expenacs to find how much fee of the other of T. M. Lee Wednesda'. L "'!eCtS day, and its purpose was to loryourannouncement from 1 portray -- The Man With a Pea-- ' Grace Reed is confined to her to old broken down. ,sore backed" edness may be incurred, and now until the priraan-- . If '' V' Tn Now as through eventuaiitioMhe .ncome need cards we will print them for room with a severe case of meas- - horses U1' stInSy- - gasping, holding on to all he could get XV this war has fifeen thrust upon us, in any year does not cover the ex-- , you at 32.00 for 500 or $3.50 Ar:rii lies. for and r unB are we have him in this ' 1UW. everything edible that can bo :puises, that debt must be counted 'best months to "UU"-- ' ",d samS as elsewhere. A.J. Blankenship and family grown your ccuduct an anti-i- u the standing expenses for the fl Hazei. Greek Httalp, e wonder where the film man mountain soil will' spent Sunday with Geo. Neff and bring in knew him Hazel Guex. Kr. "war prices" and due to fo,lot"ug year until it is paid. The farming aud suburban dis- Think carefully over your list of family on Lacy Creek. your location (and more especially friends and tricts provide ideal breeding pla- HOIKMti Mr. and Mrs John Ball attend- to the fact that the population and maybe you will find him. ces, and the nnw born ili8 do not No Place For Rubbish. He ,s in this ed church at Laurel Sunday. there consists' of real true blue anty-y- ou have our word for; we know remain at their birthplace but mi- -j There is no place in a prettv , a uoumsy rou uwe. him and could call Dora and itichard Reed . grate, using railroads and other village such wont to Americans tHere will be no danadthenlind- - But as ours for rubbish " ger of loaingyour produce from "k you'll k0,v your city Saturday, shopping. means of transportation, to other piles or The nicest courtesy you can show "dump" pile3 83 tbey re a minute. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cecil spent hostile sources. your guests - to have their vinits towns and cities sometimes called. The mar tho Mon Do vou know nnvftno mentioued in these pages. The , Kill flies and save Jives, .i, looks of a town more ..uu uiuuks an public progress be- - J. jay with the letter's brother Now, Mr, Editor, altho I have nicest courtesy you can show your f than ono P. RoBe, near town, who is very never had the pleasure of your ... nr vauu vi a mercenary greed to hold on to wu lumgine nntu one visits inenasw to let tnem learn of your ? what somebody else IOW With nnRnmnmo Kwd old o ,,f W0ll ii ULU strange uuquamiance, your name is a r town and finds thes$ piles y visits through these pages when . n. . MVO Mm9 l mnn, what is the matter? sufficient recommendation to me shriveled in greed who Mrs L90ard Neff, of Lacy ever you tm away. And we will of rubbish. Thej are far more Sorrowing never spends a cent unless he mortgages youth Boo me noticeable to us consider it a courtesy whenever 6?ent a few da9 la8t wek as the older set of Hiollons I remin another town all the p,eaSUreawthher farver's pinched fer killiV a cop than in ember as being very .excellent a ruu uic ua au nem nr snv fini parents, A.J. Blanken- for himself? Do you know a man who our own, for here, know per ooo an' me muvver's got people. This' includes raakes no movement ship and wife. cousin ,, . . ing where they are and accustom-- 4 1 "Mpnk" of course. small pox ba-- a an' I ain't had ea sees more than eight per Henry Gillespie, who has been to passing them every 8ar. wo- uo brekfus' an' an on the straight loan coming soon cease to notice them. Strang It was certainly a happy thot Urge Kaiser to Abdicate confined to Ms room for some back fn Kind old gent Dear, dear, how ' time with a sprained ankle is able to republish the "Happenings in ers notice tbem, however, anil y the man. Home, April 24, (via Paris) thai dreadful ! , ' mi to be out again with the aid of and around Hazel rlfnnn ll,:.!..v i no i npriui-- ri'if.i 1 . i, ri s.wu l. a Lull 711 sorrowing youth An' I ain'f is what we don't want. It is . What? tw mo vihuubi .t miv r mm' Uan years ago." A,: we wish strangersto crutches. cognize him ; remember our Ai K L or . "ff""' uiKBu, uHoiares tnac in m ah a n;rnf..n town, but on account of ita exinenasv We don't see how you missed h There will be church services at to meparticulVrly as I was at that confirm rpporta, pubHshed t. t .1 5 tim treme neatness, not on account this place Sundaj', conducted by time a pupil al; the Academy. I Spanish newspapers, that tho ira- uuiubbuniess ne is yourself. rf ,, . WOUld ORP.Rir'nnllv "ctroor" i'nl- jits filth aud neglect Bro. 0. T. Walters, of your city. ! for Co.. Coonll Go b s himTC piles not only mar the look 7. cADtnui; jo Saw milling seems to of on Xiil Flies and Save Lives. 'wa" Plac6s a"d4 everyVn0ok and der of the day, there be the. or- on press days5 and incidentally him to abdicate. The pleasure says an estate m bcotiand. But even towurbut they render itunbtIthr: paper are. three he didn't succeed in getting one If the natiouaf fOvernwetitBT Kill at once every fly you can JCrani.1' Mcuuuut meai prepared j that at a recent meetmir of th mills located on this creek. for a mere song. ov Mrs. Cooper be said to have a "hobby? Flies (God bless her j Hohenzollern family one find and burn his body. go where there ic Dt member, also ) ent hobbj is to deatroy all insanSunshine. Observers say that there are ma- - j n?thjn to, 6af? and their principal Mother (at the dinner rah! bolder than the rest, int'mnrprl , ' t nave always regretted that 1 tnat tne emneror micht savo tho lou alwavs aueht to hba wn, itary conditioua exlatins i x t. ny reasons to brieve thero will be dJet 's to fi,thy to raention, country. It would be a oothin did not hav6 a personal acquain- - situation ny followiug the exam-- ! more flies this season than for a Georgiq. STAMPER BRANCH. "I cannot entertain the idea of tance with "Icicle Sam Wilson."! pie of tho Emperor Nicholas. number of years. Georgie Im using it Maw, I've if the town government vrcmlil. marrying you," she replied coldly Quite a crowd attended church adopt this same hobbj. Wo Tho killing of just one fly now 'My heart is with at I have followed his career with ' The Gerraouarch is reported to 8ct tho tied to tho leg of the wold the brave boys Laurel Sunday. arouse our health ofScera. means there will be millions and at the front." increasing interest for years. Try j have turned pale and after observ- - table ith. it. Tky. poor men, tiiinous less next summer. Luuueer "It's a good thing for the bovs " Mrs. Bruce Stamper is very sick at verses nimup a little as his!iUg that the general opinion was What became of all the buds such great hava stragglid g this writing, odds for o long that Glean up your own premises; he replied, are rupning dangerously against him left the room mutter drawing himself up. j that were here two season ago?" they have altsotf rirem near to tombstones rocentl3T. see and msist that your neighbors "They need alL k-Stanley Clark was seen eoing in the ing: "we snail see." 'questioned the tonrinf the ice they can Jigat. Abolish rabbisk pilg do likewise. As our censorship is now workget ou the Mexican border."- - New direction of Pino Ridge Saturday. The evening he summoned "Some have eron ,lf all such other traps of dm Especially clean ing overtimei shall not attempt anotherjfamily council, Tho chau-jor'- s York Times. buttons, and Knmft L. E. Stamper and family took dinner you will find that tha wick to give you any war news, A des- - cellorarid some of the ministers flowers." - . win. wm greatly aimi ier, canea day.. OB James Ratcliff went to Nick Bailey's one day last week. Mr. Bailey brought out a high spirited horse from the barn near Ratcliff when the horse kicked him over the heart and killed him instant" life is so ly. 6 50 0 55 7 12 7 20 7 30 There was church at this place Saturday night and Sunday with & good crowd m attendance. r, S E. McGuire and wife, of were the guests of J. H. McGuire and wife Saturday night and Sunday. Hubert Hale of this jSlace visited bis sister Edna Hale, of Ezel Saturday night. The following were entertained I am yours for success, Mrs. IilStfjlley took dinner with M. K. Tauulbee. at the home of Mr and Mrs. R. her aunt, Mjg), B. Stamper, Sunday. M. McGuire Sunday: Mr. and Mies Min kamper made the branch Mrs. Doyle McClure and sou, Rob- a pleasant cjjuiiday. .Mater, Ky. ert; Mr. ami Mrs. S. E. McGuire April 24, 1917 Curtis Htccslled on Minnie Stam. Ethel, Rexford and Fannie Mc- per Monday kt.' Dear Mr. Hollon and family : Tol-ivefia-f- particular interest to your readers. DellaS As for mjaalf, I have been Cbarlfe r and Miss Nora Wills in my profession. In adcalled on ?arl Clark Sunday af ter- dition to my very rapid promotQOOfi. r Uncle GlBRliniper called on Mrs. ion, I have accumulated (now, don't be misled) a wife and five Bruce Stai9irljBday. boys ranging in age from ten years Charlie mlO; swapped a good work mule to T. ijper for a saddle to five months. jWM horse. With best regards, and good Taylor went hunting Friday j wishes for all my friends and rel atives in the mountains of ien- and killed UMMKjuirrels. trusting that the Her- Daisy aSSiie Stamper were pleas- - tucky ant Yisitortatje home of Mrs. Leslie aid may always continue as val l.i. ni uable, as it is at preseut, otamper f?3ujy uigui. with sosi auc-cessf- ul DEVELOP YOUR OIL LEASES WITH STAR DRILLING MACHINES THE MACHINE WITH A BEPUTATIOH sr CO. THE STAR DRILLING MACHINE AKRON, OHIO. . - . TT" ' " n .mlMIIMl " B GREATER XI BETTER 5UKBAT SCHOOLS BETTER IKSTUCiT ftr a C111TM alt Guire. MrsTL"iliie'id Minnie Stamper were shopping Sabay, As we are away up here in Let- Edwarlvwuner, who was in Ohio for some returned home. tiLis Miss Rosamper and brother, Ches- - cher Co. and see nothing except coal and hardly get to see any one except miners we want the Her ald changed from Jackson to Mat VJlvr ,7 (. m Jm. Li. MAY 6, 1917. . for nil Kentucky s 1 4 bli't Commissioners Sal of-Le- iis ll . Sears-Roebu- ck 1 - 0, fun-lovin- g Old-fiel- d, ; y . , phr 1 - r 1 I paiiUiad of?uLT'o . ... 1 t " i ifh3" 7 , Z before-Christmas- . -- XV 5 ' .' - j j col, ; j in w iriT "a? ; i- ; - , juunowasom ' 111 1 ? . Int V lhat Li9 ' - - Ynnun.:..!..,,. T: & ' am . i m tre ... i " Z if ".f... ""r".i - ... TsBnlMn"" L"d" I "Dip" fu-pf- . i iff- - " i or ' ; sbe ! "out-of-th- e- us. 1 fHE WOLFE COUHTY I GREEK RjSkkn III." J ;C COURTS. L. 0. TAULBEE Veterinary Surgeon, yORTEX, KENTUCKY. Lean cure your Horses and Cattle, either sick or lame. Mr. Miss Dave, Smith Jac ay y KttKW FIICES a Hon r ciECU1T COUBT. L. Y. Redwine, West Libeity, Commonweal th'a Attorney. fttur! liy S KMi sad Ird Crkert ..... At Juimie JnckioDj-o- f ..: Were l Wltk LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they ch th seat of tha tfau. te ahoouine in townTburi and i Catarrh rf a local diea. xreatly in- ,i.a ay COOHUlUUOfiai COIXHtlOJUt. asd while here called on th IjUrald in order to cure It you must takrr as - "t " 41U I Catarrh Cannot Be Curd Erotkari. rt . , ' 15 str ? 9 CbCM ?? Hon. J. Linden, Clerk. Pj?VeSeS .l8t Monday in February, 7 Monday in September a office. 0 rrr- - f ia kead loose rice.".'."'.' roast IT' ' '"' 5td8erricklB8. Pmaee a ..w. .7 " ;;;;; ozficers. Hon. B. D. Botie, Judce. , as Hon. T. 0. Hollon, Clerk. - , Hun, ii.G. Allen, County A Homey. Hon. A. T. Comb? fenerifT. in ton. Jaylor ahoiLv Ouperti-iidento- f Schools. Hon. Sam Rst nrscr. Hon. G. W. Salley, Jailer.. l2 Hon. E. J. Creech, b'urveyor 12 20 20 couxty I also o Castrating of Horses. P10MPT ATTENTION TO ALL CALLS Miss Rebecca He' Ion, po is at tending school here pfe.t "the week-onwith her partjti T. 0. Hollon aud wife, of d &oikye. v- F-J- iateraal remedy. Hall's Catarrh lledt-- fl taJcea internally and acta blood pri th mucous surfaces eithru tue B7Bti!k Hall's Catarrh Medicine vras prescribed by oae of the best physiclas tatWs couatry for years. It is cear-Her some of the beet tonics known, cowWfted with some of the best blood puiiers. The perfect combination of the lnirredlehts in Hall's Catarrh MecM-- . Trhaif Pr0068 weaderfal reeults catarrnal condition. Send for testimonials. m Jhis man is now ithout ixioney fie Dit at a . et-ric- h- qiiiCK if Editor, Jas.I. Holl on mliVLsx- ington oa business this w 5k, A CHENEY & CO.. Proj., Toledo. O. All DruRsists, 75c Hall's FamUy Pllla for constipation. fre. heme T? AT A "ifTTT 4 J JEWELER & OPTOM E RTIST JACKSC2f, KY. Eyes tested. Glasses FitteJ. Watch Inspector L. & N. It. P., Special attcotion to mail ojders. - Cora X-a- ?riete 77.7.; Vs. Flaked Hominy Maecroaia "Puffpij t?; WL.1!I Cwape Homicy,....777 Tfored beans ....7.7.77; . r" 10 Jo in o D. Rose, Judge. T. C. Hollon, Ole,k. Convenes oh 1st Monday in month. B. QUARTERLY COURT. COUNT 1 COURT Alvis Day, of Mavtowacalled on the Herald force whiieala town Wedneeday. X ACADEMY NOTES. sc.- WW -- fc.:r::::r"::""-:"- ' Arbuckle coffee .'" PftJ Kaising V "": 15 15 Convenes 1st Tuesday in March, Isl Tnesday in June. Iss Tuesday in September, 1st Tuesday in December. nonvenes 1st FISCAL COURT. L 0- ; Cslssaet Bsklng Powder?.' , V,.l 'iuu ground wi. r5S2nIf advancine every ........77.7777""""" 10 10 -- autucsuay Fust in 15 ry da7onll We have no changes to report this Ifyoa can get flour at any price you week. have buy. Sugar has been cut dowc-tone sack to each merchant. Meat and iard are still going higher every day. d Why not Subscribe for the Herald and be in style. BOOKKEEPING! lwlMM,PlwPgraB4iy j day in each month. J. R. Brooks Fourth Friday in each month. Third District, V. N. Alien. Second baturday each month. Fourth District, (t. V. Spencer. Fifth District, Preston Hollon. tfixth District. A. ft. Hattnu. Seventh District H. 4. Kash. Eighth District, R. H. Taulbee. First Saturday in each month. Second Distinct, MA GISTR ATF.S' COUJIT8. District, 11. A. Dunn. Third iciooer. But both claim that the Tuesday iu April and j'sun shines just as bright and life around. Fri- can be enjoyed aa well as in any place they have visited. Campton J. M. Reynolds, Friday. A r T;arui Hazel Orpln Friday, POLICE COURTS. .Tudgp. 1st .. . Ic was with much regret that the many friends of Walter Lacey, one of the model young men of this community, bid him a fond "Adieu" last wetk on 'his departure for Dayton, Ohio, where he has gone in search of more remunerative employment. May he succeed beyond his expectations is the wish of all. '"" the h5n formerly occupied b'ytlhe l Ball team went to Carnpton and aid and am prepared to do afy and all payed the latter on their h .me field kinds of SHOE AND HARNESS REPAIRING The game wa3 a good one altho AT REASONABLE KATBS;. the H. G. A. boys proved them. I also do all kinds of saddle work". My selves far superior, by winning prices are for paddine or lining alone, $1 7o; half soling, men'a sho?8,,75r; la- with a score of 10- 5. The game dies' shoes, 65c; children's shoes, accordwas plajTed with two old balls ing to size, everything furnished. Rub .An exchange speaks of a recent! ber heels furnished and put qnSfor 30c The new ones were left bedind and CAMPTON, KY., J. B. Claoke, of Frenchburg, ac per pair, Is prepared tc do any kind ot work in his meeting as "a gathering of nc;ted as these balls soon went, to pieces IIb oa short notice and at very reasonable agriculturists. " The farmers of Icompanied Dr. Lockhart to our Send me your work by parcel post and it was hard for the pitchers t"j prices. Will be at Hanel Green for April, Aarwt and November, with headquarters course, were at homo preparing 1111,0 cltJ cunaay ana roturneu sending work by parcel post lie sure that handle and use any curves. It is! at ike Day House. name an-- address is plainly; written home Monday. for crops. Her-Haz- Tff W. G. Lockhart arrived iu Dr. xxr'n'x Green on schedule time and I2i vSTwJ1? rM1f expfrienee i'a mVrcantlle l?Or vflll has boon kept busy ''looking down bpliiw8, 40 rean TW 3Kidw,,mrn sxxTHf.iw-xjBtte- rnctinR 20.000 r Enter now. . f"r '"fee,. in the month" sjnee, lie got here. Ky. Iorsale , Nice runabout with r j gooa set narnees. Apply at But that's his buHness if you G. LOCKHAKT, want, ycur teet put into good Herald Office. shape. SSStfLOOAL DENTIST NEWS. Wednesday night, Apr. 18, Rev. faino, of Indianapolis. hVldwork- Was visiting hog many er of the Christian Woman's! friends iu town SuudayY-Board of Mission, came to Hazel; 4o Green to pay a visit to the school Several from here attotj&SEfd the and Btudents On Thursday funeral of Christie GatiSlfT, of morning he made an inspiring: ' Daysboro, Sunday. chapel talk and the rest of the i. day he spent with Mr. McGarvay Lost Pocket folding udl book, in conferences. Oi. Thursday alligator leather, coutaming two evening he met with the members $50 bills, one $20 bill, dnV$5 bill, of the faculty in the apartment of Shrinor's card with C. M Cope's Prof- - McGarvey and gave inforname and address. Liberal re- mal talks on topics of interest ward to finder of aam-- ' Deliver We were sorry he was forced to to this office. leave- on Friday morning. It is C. W. Cope. uot often we have visitors from headquarters and we are reluctant to give them up.SHOE and HARHESS;SKOP On Saturday the Academy Base I am "ow located in the btflldine: on Miss Luna Dell BarlcerStiU-water- , - Jhe man wim motKiMi as. us money ih our Bank. BANK WITH US. We o-- pay 4 per ceit iitsresf oi iimt iepsiti. Hargis Commercial Bank & Trust Company, f Jackson, Kentucky. - HATS! """""" HATS! ...................... old ladies, young - , HATS! 1 , I have hats for - ladies, little girls. All brand new and in style. Just unpacked and ready for you to try one. i Mrs. F. N. DAY, Hazel Green, -:- - Kentucky I j 1 HURRY! HURRY! We can compound your prescriptions accurately and scientifically and return to you hy next mail Ween in need of drugs or druggists' sjnsries, write us. We will look after rour wants promptly and at reason-a- b e price.. A complete line of 6ISTK PRESENTS AND BOX CANDLES. I of town students 5i it is hoped others r. ss. juay nas oee away will come. This social was the JACKSON KY. Uncle Rogers Bryan still comes Mrs. H. F. Pieratt, of Rich-- ! from liia duties at the Make up your mind to .ave One Thousand mond, came in Monday tc be with and sells to our merchants altho Day store for nearly i'wa weeks first since the measles epidemic Dollars. Start a bank account and persevers. on meat, lard and suffering from an attack of la and was a thoroughly enjoyable NATIONAL BANK X her uncle J. P. Rose, who is .ser- the advances oue iu every respect. You can do it as easily as others have. You sugar kep coming. iously ill with pneumouia grippe and other ailments. His JACKSON, KY. Nancy Tyler went home Satur must start before you can finish. many friends hope to sfte.his gen .. V. S. Depository day to spend the we?k end with J James Lee and wife, of Lncv ,F. P. Hurt wuut to Cannel City ial smile behind the counter at au ,f2S0,000 Resources. hor parents. early da Creek came iu Saturday to meet Tueduy. Warren Philips spent Sunday Wd iolicit accounts of firms o their sister, Ro3a Lee Perkins, with his mother. individuals and incorporaHarlan Nickel atwi wife1 of who came in on the hack. A. G. Bnrbelav of Khoxvillp. Daysboro were in tcwn'Salurday, Tenn., a commercial ton?ik waj Chas. Combs went to his home tions. 4 per cent paid on all R. P. Swaiiffo was at Oi ronton Mrp- - Kkell to do some shoppihg in'prviewing the mercfiahTsfof, this I1" "oiionvuie, oaiuraay mgnc to Gveeu, Deposits. time Tuesday on business for the Wolfe and Mr. Nickel! to attend the section during the past "few days. see his brother K- lly'Combs, NatWolfe Co. Telephone. ional Guard Officer. "The Bask That Always County Telephone Co. R. A. KASH, Vice Prti? P. CECIL, President. Misses Colegrove. Ro.sotta Lito x Right." Treats You J. M. Testor is in our cityitoday tle and Madge Coopwr wnre to be The Wolfe Co. Telephone Co. DORSET C. ROSE, Cashier. Mrs. (jrenova Brown spent SatIMI t looking after legal affairs s'nd othurday and Sundav at her farm on held their annual election of the guests of Arlie Maun, for the Saturday. No changes were er business interests. week end, at the home of the lut- Laurel. made in the cfHcers only thai ter k"' wero prevented by the lll- I Mrs. H. E. Swavgo returned Carl Mize was e'ected assistant The business man whoi adver-- 1 uess of a near relative of the lat- i secretary. They took the work tipes only whon trade is isk ib ter. The party has been posi- Sunday from a visit to Frozen. JOHN-W- . Catalogs of of building a branch lino up to closejkin to the fnllow whetjpraya poned a week. o You to get our Free lff y George Hemrich. the hustling the oil field which will vgive us lor ram during a deluge. Fruit and Shade Trees, Grape The eyes of Hazel Green have Vines, Shrubs, RoEes, Rhuharb. poultry man of Noola was in rtwh closr, connection with operations probahly seen the flag fiying from JACKSOX, KENTUCKY. iu that busy place. Strawberries, Seed Po- Tuesday. Lobt Saturday, April 21, on the top of the school. This is Asparagus, I have been in the Constructing Business 'for: the read between Hazl Gre,pn and placed there in omplinnce with tatoes, etc. a show of years and am prepared and know how to do your stone Misses Maud and Nannie Hurt j the Sample oil wolls, a check book the National request We still have "a fow packagos c?f Everytklig for Orchard, Lawn & Garden. frnm n Tulsn, Okla., bank. gMnrn patriotism. Ajll those who were seeds for free ribution. Come wlio are staving with their uncle and cement work properly. I make a specialty of nice NO AGENTS, ' J. H. Tandy, present at the Christian Church at once, Fred Hurt, and attending Bchoo j to Day House. H. F. HILLENMEYER L SONS, cement walks, and if you ieed work of that kind write 1 Sunday no doubt were inspired by here were the weei end guests of o 1917 LEXINGTON, KY. to me. Will furnish bond that my work will be satisfac1841 the fiue talk made by Bro. McGarUncle Sam Wilson having com-- j the5r grandparents on Holly. Gosneyville, AprU 25. will go home aud get out! tory and according to contract. vey and pleted his job on Cruck Coldiron'a the flag and if they Jou't own on-- i J list as we go to ress we learn James I. Hollon, Hazel Green. cottage, took a trip out to Grassy Dear Sir: You will plensti send will buy or borrow one. He will ?! last Suudav aud nossiblv ere this, that Hon. Jos. P. Rosn, who had me the Hazel Green HeraldsYou 1KB I fly it to show Hazel Green spirit been critically ill lor the oast two u i j j IS UUHV UU1UU UUUU1U11VU WUIJw'. I'll will find enolosed 50" for subscripKY. i WEVCBESTEK, weeks, died about four o'clock this The Embroidery Club met Mou- the residence of Flavo Cecil. 'l tion for six mouths, t (Thursday) afternoon. dav at the homo of Mrs. Perry OOO , , , ... OOO Yours truly, f Capital k Surplus, $300,000. j o awango ana a loveiy eveumg wan m col- Joseph Brown. Jeff Haney, sale:man and Over Half a Million, j enjoyed. Alter au nour oi woru ",o i lector for the Singer Sewing Mach-- 1 f aud conversation delightlul rej through Hazel; me Co., passed f, TOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. freshments were served. of tne drug handlers of this sect- INVITED. C0MESP0NDENCE I . Green Tuesday on a business trip. . Wil Mapel has moved hiaisoft ! ion trying to lr;d out whnt they Mr. Clyde Haney from Lee City can only be done satisfactorily drink and ice cream parlor. into was a visitor ut the Academy Sat needed, in his line. A. K. BUflliM' After spending the winter in ! the Ellis Johnson store room- "W. 8PH1R Cashier. 0 urday aud Sunduy. One of the recent visitors to our key and wife- - returned to their town was K. C Gocherham, ofj East St. Louis, Hi., April19; j Frazeeburg, Ohio. V : Editor Hazel Green Herald, WATCH and Their 41. a !much improved in I will pay thin sum for any Walch or Hazel Green, Ky S UluCK wnicn i can uuu iut iu s"uu lu" Alex Patrick,, of More.head, was welcomed thir host of friends We have them in our employ and turn out the Diug urdrr. Dear Sir: Enclosed finddbne jREPAIi with many hearty in our city one day this week.. work promptly in first class style at I DO ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY WORK. greetmgs. ($1) Dollar, for which pleasljsend call The public is cordiallv invited to reasonable prices. M. G. KIGKELL ,J. P. Morris, of Ganey, candi- - me The Herald one year. V snd we me when in need of expert watch K.Y r Representative from the MAZKC GREEK, or clock repairing. All work guaranteed. m W. T. Oaskey aud wife, who!date Yours respectfully, $ Send by insured parcel post. auorgan wone aistnct, was in rol-o v;?f. f f All "WW Guaranteed S. E. DayT nnd friend, several month ngo. Hazel Green yesterday shaking . East St, Louis TU;, . home in HwH, hands with the Democrats and ad At Rriif 8, JACKS0X, KY. 80S S: Ohio Ave. R II Q N HOSPITAL Green Monday. They spent Hie vancing his claims. He called a winter mouths in Southern Oul The Herald office and loft his an FOR SURGICAL CASES ONLYj.forn.a .q gearch of health i'nd nouncement, which appears in the The new courthouse in Campton Hazel Green, Ky. It seems to be an undoubted is rapidly nearng completion and CASH speak ia the highest terms of the regulai column. A more OSP1TAL FEES fact that British manufactiirsru write-ul f nrf thn dpdip.ntlOll IS of his qualifications, climate, aud came back ed Dr. W. A. Bush, Proprietor g much improved as is evidenced, by j etc , will appear iu these columns are .being worsted in the stccking Winchester, Ky.g 5. Maole St. trade. the active way iu which thoy get' later. ecus. A .'were here and ee-o- e We srUl apprectatour tre jyadc. 0. D. Give me a trial ordertil work ; J. H. Tandy, cf Houston, Texas guaranttfj. We arc told that paper money harbors millions of microbes. But has been here for the past week or SAMMIE WALTER, topographical shove it along we're not a bit teu days- making HAZEL GREEN, KY! 1 maps-othe oil districts in this skeered, 'section, showing their location Hazel Green put on metropolidepth, capacity, etc. Miss Rosa Lee Perkins passed tan airs Wednesday wben two through here Saturdav on her way autos passed throuh h&r streets 0tis Tjinkous of Stillwate. came bound from Lexington toJapkson. home from some point in CJalifor-- ! ma, where she has been teaching over to mil1 Tuesday and fou,ld How they got over thefeood (?) wln,e here to remilltl the roads of this section is berond our short hand and bookkoeninir. Tha he,r,Fe0Ple h Wr"lS AmMehen young people are glad to ha f J j hoped that a game with Ezel wil'j follow this one and both of those teams will return the games soon, A good ball schedule is being: made and it is hoped local patron- age will be good. This. backing is almost essential to a good team. j v :AND: Mrs. H. A. Slater and Jennie Osborne accompanied the ball team to Campton Saturday. There was a social given on the CONSIDER YOURSELF CAPABLE j 4 e thakstndato T -- j i i ' 1 THE HAZEL Hazel j Kentucky. - etittiHt innrtnfT-Mlt-v'-A- ?E. I II. ii j Wanted! i "... DEAN, General Contractor and Builder . t tr I ! i J j WW8t8 m, - : -- j Dtfifs ; Job Printing By Experts. ; 4 $50 REWARD! .cJEWELRT 7- 'home-coinin- g i t - .t ; Hc i GSSB W. B. LARK1NS Give Us a Trial Order; The Hazel Green Heraldj 7j j , extend-salubno- p tU.tas "fl'''' - i - THE HAagEIc GREEN HERALD 1 i CAMPTOH. Dr. John , J S. Cable to of Mrs, Xiudou's father, Hon. J. pingThnrsday. attended court at P. Rse, near Hazel Green, who Is re- - j w. Shoci ,ted Urs' NV ,,e-- v day. ported tu be very low with pneumonia. Wion Thursday. Maggie El&m i.W. ,G. Smith is at Winchest-er-npon Mrs- - Jame -, 'ximjlon oa business relative to- 1 Mts H- - S" ff last Friday. N j Ingram Friday afternoon. leases. -- ' r-- s ' i l T TPI x.. o, xLiiaLu wuutii. i TT1U 10 lJLWlwuufVigood dinner; Miss Ruth "Wills, who Jias been con- Smith moved Tuesday Mr. W. intpAC. Oliver's nroDertv on Plumer fin'id to her room with measles for the one day last week on business. Mrs. J. WWpay, of Winchester, is vis" j past two weeks is improving. gtreet Mrs. Fannie Shockey spent Sun- iting hei; snHih,$r. Dav of this place. Mts. J. DlIienry is on the sick list A number of good hordes have died! Resell Cbaney and wife of Demund day with her brother, J. M, Ar-- . dinner wilh Wi,e Wils0D and nett. this week. within the past week from strange mal-,to.ady, supposed to have been brought here i fanul one da' last week-TArvel Williams the traveling salesman Joe Marion Walters and Andy trader? in plug horses. Mr. Jaraea Ingram visited the three for the Mofehead Grocery Company Fugate went to town Friday. W.H.Oliver of Flat, who has been j children 0: A, W. Nickell, whu are very spent Satura'ay and Sunday at this low with measles, Thursday afternoou. Tressie and Edgar Tolson passed place. " Jll for the past week, is improving. We arc sorry to say they are improving through here Saturday. Mre. Lou Ellen Cockcrham was called very slowly. Their home is a very sad Mrs4 L. E.Ward and daughter, Hattle to Flat last week. Her mother Dorcas. one, as it nas already been darkened by Rev. J. P. Tolson jvisited J. M. Lou, visitei3trs. "Ward's parents last Kash, a very old lady of that place, died the death of two of his children, caused Arnett Saturday. 1 week. suddenly. by measles, about a week ago. Messrs. E: Y, Day, Rollie-- Cecil and Ben Patrick took his hounds Claude Stamper, who for tomo time fo West Liberty Sat R, R. Nickell-weh- t Volney Henry and three of his chilhas been at Dayton, Ohio, returned last dren are confined to their room with and went to Gillmore Friday for urday on business. a fox hunt and returned home week to Torrent, where he is employed measles. L. E; Williains, of. Magoffin Co. visited by the pipe line company. Sunday. E. W. Day and family Saturday night Mrs. Etta Justis visited her sister, Clara Lykins of Meadow Branch was Mrs. Anna Mannin on Greasy Thursday, Hager Shocky has been planting and Sunday.! visiting in town this week. Blue Eyes. Dr. G. M. Center, who is treating Mrs. corn this week. He is a good farur.j.ijooawincameupiromuiay Unix Swango, came to see her again mer to be bo young. City last week and spent a few days one day last week. He says he could Bessie Taulbee and Cora Elam with his family. see a great improvement in her siuce fDAYSBORO. visited relatives near Lee City one J. E. Drake returned Monday from last he saw her. Her many friends hope day laskweek. to see her restored to her former health iAIiddletown, Ohio. The Deajib Augel visited this soon. Several people from this place neighborhood Mr. and Mrs.. A. C. Oliver returned Saturday night Misses Leila Richie and Julia Howard attended church at Belknap SunMonday from Lexington, where they nine o'clock and took home ibout have been for the past week visiting took dinner Sunday with Miss Mae day. to heaven, Christie, the little son Hat ton. Mrs. Oliver's father, J. C. Lykins. Clay and Jim Amett have been of Mr, audMrs. Bruce CundifT, William Sample, who has been attend.Luther Tutt and family of Middle-town- , exchanging seed corn as Clay had who has been suffering for the Ohio, came in Monday and went ing school at H. G. A., came home Frisuch good corn. past threeeeks with measles and dp to Gosriey ville to visit Luther's father day cn account of sickness. John J. Tutt. Snowball. pneumonia wJbbh resulted in his R. A. Day and son, Floyd, are confined called on Miss, Ruth Wills Friday after--. Fannie Shock'y and1 little dauL. Cos accompanied Mrs. J. j noon. ghter went shopping Monday. j Lexiogton last week to have s Neff ind wife visited their ler treated by a fpcdalist or nervous dausbter, Mrs.Volney Henry, aud family Suian Elaai and children spent trouble. on Greasy Friday night. Snuday with Mis. Jim Tolson; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lindon arc at the j Mrg mn Childeu went to Ezel Several people from this place i I uannia onocjtj'.raiuruay. iivtuft wys7iraening some wnnei Hager Shocks 'went to tpVn whilelieiiKway. j MAYTOWB BJ-Hawh- o Saturday. has been work-- j Measles is still raging in this section. Louie Aruett is confined to her ing m Ilh&oistor several months j j retamedatlme.Snnday. Mi3 Minnie Rose Henry of Greasy room with measles. HB S I j ; THE HERALD'S CLUB Beport of the Condition of the iii BARGAINS arrange-uien- ta j rRufus i The Heraxd has made j shop-hom- e with many publishers of daily and weekly papers whereby it can offer to Its readers desirable daily and ! Weekly papers in connpction with The ii Jeeai.d at n considerable saying Those who.ooldinnerwith Mrs. Mag Leo City Friover the priee if ordered singly. Go gie McClure Wednesday were- :- Mes-- ; over the following list and pick out dames BoydAbbott, E. W. and J. W. t the one that suits went shopping Day, L. E.'VWd, Angeline Barker, Mr.! needs and order from your particular us at once. and Mrs. John Barker and Misses Gladj's doing business in the town of Hazel (xreen, ctmKty of Wolfe, state of Kentucky, at the close of? business on the 10th day of Aprrlt 19H,r -- tiarar 1Airs RESOURCES 'i : grFssy creek .....,.... Loans and Uisconnts . Overdraft", secured and uusecured Slock?, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks Cash 0.1 hand.!..- Check and other cash iterasj -- ........ ...... 1 ; .. i....,. - mitt i$l&fcJ; ft a A Hazel Green Herald Thricea-Wee- k N. Y. World $1,00 1.00 J.fi5 Banking House, Furniture and Fixture.- -. ......i Other Keal Estate i,.... Other Assets not inuluJed under auy oC above heads;.... , Total LIABILITIES . t ,f9fTV ,$l$t.'-- 410233 'ism&v 1 PTiV"? Total Value Our Price to you We save you 35c i0 ot y ! , Hazel Green Herald -- SI. GO 75 Cincinnat1 Weekly Enquirer Psople's Home Journal (mo'ly).. .50 .50 Farm & Fireside Todavs Magazine (with 1 May 50 Mantou pattern) semi-mo'ly).- .. Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes Deposits subject t check Uemand Uertifcates 01 Jjeposn Time Deposits '.lertified Chucks paid.-.- .- stavutH 11,614 38 - ' ..,vww Total Value Our Price to you We save you SI 60 Hazel Green Herald .I.-J- o Cashier's checks outstanding.. Due Banks and Trust Companies Notes and BUte Rediacounted Unpaid Divideuds Reserve for taxes Bills payable.." - I.7UI 7o J,',f ...., ... 0,0OO,Q o,oj&f)iO!h O,0X1K) - ..- -.. 1.05 Other Liabilities not included under any of above heads Total .......... ....... ... otrj(Moo i.00 3."0 50 Tbe Evening Post (daily) Home & Farm.., Total Value Our Price to you We save you 75c ,.$4.50 3 75 With this order the Evening Post will give you free, delivery charges prepaid, 6 hardy ever blooming roses and 12 grafted apple trees. The roses are 1 red Dorothy Perkins, My Maryland, 1 white Maman Cochet, 1 'Crimson Queen, I Sunburst 1 Radiance. The apulc trees are 3 Delicious, 3 Jonathan-- , 3 Styman Wine snp and 3 Wealthy. 1 STATE OF KENTUCKY ) cc Couuty of Wolfe We. E. F. Cecil and Dorse? Rose, President and Cashier of tbfit;abov9 named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above sta emeu i is truMStc S, the best of our knowledge and belief. E. F. OeciL President" Dorsiy C. Rose, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Mth day of April, 1910s, T R. Kash, Notary Pnbhcw ' , seal ' iMy com niissiou expires Jan. 2Q, 191S. jfe $1.00 Hazel Green Herald 3.00 Cincinnati Post (daily) .50 Farm & Fireside (twice-a-m'th- ) 50 Todays (monthly)'. 50 Woman's World (monthly) Farm Engineering (monthly)... ,50 A GOOD DISPLAY It. L. Bailey and children have gone to their room with smallpox. LIGKIMG death. to housekeeping in the Tutt cottage Elias Shockey visited his sons, Aleck near the M. . church. and Elias, jr., near Hazel Green Sunday. Mrs. C. A. Sample is at the bedside of here visiting her mother, Mrs. D. P. her father, Jos. P. Rose of Lacy creek, Xawless. who is dangerously ill with pneumonia. Mrs. G. U. Stamper visited her father, James Ingram visited Walter Nickell O. W. Cecil, near Hazel Green last and family Sunday. week. J. T. Crain and daughter, Pearl, called John Garrison of Irvine is here visit- on W. J. Ingram and daughter, Anna ing relatives. Bolle, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ivancy Oliver, better, known as Mrs. Dorsie Ingram, who has been V'Aunt Nan," celebrated her 90rd birth- very sick for the past two weeks, is imday anniversary last Sunday, 22nd iust., proving. by a dinner and religious services by Rev. W. H. Chambers, of the Baptist ! Mis Leila Richie called on Miss Del- .church, of which she has been a meiuber la Liukpus one evening lsujt week, years. jrsey.enty-tw- o j Sunday school, at this place is pro- . S. H. Hurst, a prominent attorney gressing nicely with U. S. Neff as super and editor of the Beatty ville Enterprise, j '"tenden.t. was here for a few days this week on Born, Monday, to the wife of Kelly legal business. Sam is lookin2 his best, Nickell (nee Hulda Bowman), a new and if we wore to express ourselves we heir. Kelly is stepping high as this is would pick him as a winuer for Circuit their fjrst jf ttle visitor. Judge in the Breathitt, Lee and Estih Angel of Death visited the home district. of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Amett at four W. R. Catron inputting a new fence 0c,ocb Saturday morning and took from around his garden, having anewered the tbem their daughter, Mrs. Ida Fletcher, call of President Wilson to show his from earth to dwell ; the jaud of per. t petuaj gun6j,ine. patriotism by raising a garden.She was married about Dr. H. A. Williams has greatly added j a year ago to a Mr. Fletcher of Mont- - j 10 tne appearance ot Jiis property by re- - gumery county, at wmcn piace sue raaae moving some lare trees which shut off uer home. She and her husband were the . view, and is also building a nice visiting her parents at this place when she was taken down with measles and front 'jhhoIi. lived only a short time. Evervthiog John 1. Uindman and George Luve-,. , iabc nuic in kuwu inis Ht'cs laiKlug oil health, but alas, the summons had and distributing gas. oome. Beside her husband she leaves a G. 0. Allen is out in the county this father, mother and several brothers and week looking after his oil holdings. He sisters to mourn her loss, all of whom Bays this is moro profitable than politics. bve onr sympathy in their saJ bereavr-T- . ,nent- - Funeral services were conducted P. Sewell baa renttd an eijibt-acr- e field from A. H. Stamper, just in the j nt lhe home of her father by Bros. town, aud is having it prepared j e3' Murphy, Yncum and others, after fur planting. Taylor is another who has wnich tbe emains were laid to rest in answered the cab of the President and j the Pieratt cemetery there to await the Black-EyeDude is doing his part to increase the supply resunection morn. and decrease the price of food, Go thou and do likewi-e- . 1 1 j i : j j ! i Hal4-rdge- of j d Total Value Our Price to you We save you $2 35 Louisville Herald (daily) Total Value Our Price to you We save you 60c Hazel Green Herald Louisville Times (daily) Hazel Green Herald ?0.0O 3.65 Mrs. E. O. Tutt ot Daytnn, Ohio, is Also afc.the.same hour the little son of Ben Adkins of Grassy died were Ezra Wells who has on the sick with pneumonia. Services BajVooro Church Sunlist is thought- - to be improving. held in the day eveuing at two o'clock and the Jacob A, Henry has returned jlittle bodieawere laid laid to rest frcm Middletown, Ohio. in the Nickel graveyard on Grasf J. L. Fugett bought a cow of sy, Jonah Wells last week. Joyce Oldfield visited her grand Will E. AdamB who has been parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Isom Long living in Montgomery county for over Sunday. the past year, has moved to Frank Mrs. D. B. May continues to be Lewis place that was receutty va- very ill, andiis confined to her cated by Tom Osborne room. 'n Hope, the little daughter, of:W Married at ie home of Mr. and A. Henry is visiting her Mrg Halau iickell Sunday Apr parents, W. P. Henry, of Flnt- 15, Miss Nellie Rife to Miza Parks woods, this week. The young lady has been making C. C. Burton and son, Gra- her home at Mrs, Nickell's for the Dr. ham, made a business trip to Wett past year, and Mr. Parks iB the sou of Wayne Parks on Red River Liberty last week. Steve Cundiff of Breathitt Co. Mrs. J. R, Henry, of Esel, is visiting friends, and relatives in and two sous Dan and Bryce, at tended the burial of the Bon of this part. Cundiff Sunday. Bryce Winfred, little son of Dennie Dan retupe.l!jhome Sunday and Cottle is very low with measles. RIVER . $1.00 3.00 $4.00 3.40 ADVERTISEMENT IN THE 1.00 5.00 $6.00 5.00 Total Value Our Price to you. We save you $1.00 Hazel Green Herald.. 1.00 & Haze Green Herald WILL BRINGRESUJTES: Lexington Leader (daily Total Value Our Price to you Sun) 4.00 $5.00 4.QC gra. - We save you $1.00 $.1 00 Hazel Green Herald Lexington Leader (without Sun) 2 50 Total Value Our Price to you We save you 50c $3.&U 3.00 The two next above offers for The Herald and Leader are for one year. f price. For Six Mouths just one-hal- Hazel Green Herald Lexington Herald (daily) $1.00 5.00 $6 U0 5.50 Boone son of Tom Newt Cottlo also has measles. Mrs. Carl Sebastian les, :' has meas- Total Value Our Price to you.... We save you 50c The above offeis are not available Mi8 Nola Carter, of DeHart, is to those who live within a radius had measles ;is slowly improving. visiting her sister, Mrs. Math covered by regular carriers. Lewis. Mrs. II. Hi- - Swango spent Fri- W. M. Henry sold a fine cow to day with, her sister, Mrs. D. B.j THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD, I HAZEL GREEN, KENTUCKY. Heur' Vest last week. Walter May. bough one of J. B. Fugate the Bro. WellsCyrill preach at the nixt day. school bousofnext Sunday. OOOOOOOOCOOOoOOOOOOOCOOOOO Mrs..W;wP. Henry is visiting O O her parents, Frank,. Sample and EZEL I wife at Hazel Greotv this week; COOOOOOOOOOoQOOOOOOOOCOOOO NANNIE. Woodrow. Clifford Ward, of Pekiu, who j Mr3. Morgan Spencer who has Old Papers 5c a bunch at. this office. ' v . Bo-Pe- ep 4 "3 to be out again. m s. Lillie'Nickell, of WeBt Libhas been in Dayton, for sometime, " UPPER GILLMORE. erty, spent seyeral dajs at the bed came home last week and made George Wheeler, of Hazel Green,' I sister-in-laMary our town a visit this week. Prelum Brewer of Stillwater was in I side of ana his son, Willo of New York Goursie Larwson antl Jaaie AndcrsbjiL NEOLA VALERIA were married April 4th at the home of J town Tuesday aud purchased a. now j is vey low. Belle Dennip,who Tt V DnvlB hnd thn miafnrtnnn SUent balurday night Wltll D. J? tho bride's father, Rush Anderson, of Mllcbotl wagon frcm Casper Cahlo. Davis and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Caskey, oft Walker NfckeM's children are of losing a horse this week. this creek. B. T. Heltqn and family visited Grassy, who have been visiting in improving nicely under careful Roy Cox, of Omer, was in tnwn Angaline Ely was the guests of Lisp, R03' Kash and wife Sunday. Less Ward, of Pekin, was in ' Nickell Sunday eveniag. California for a few months came treatment bfpr. Nickell. J Saturday. . on business Tuesday. town Mrs. H. S. Helton was the guest in Monday. Scott Nickell bought of a catla buyer STILLWATER Mollie Murphy who has been at Tho following were entertained of B.T.Helton and wife Friday Inez DaviF, of Denniston, was ono dfty Ifsf wcok two milah cowut Mrs. C. A. Nickell, of Grassy, the bedside of her daughter, Susan to dinner Sunday at the home' of two, two aight. shoppiug in town Wednesday. yesir old heifers'. Price, cat. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. P. Hollou, of Hazel Green, returned I. R. Carrand wife: Stanley Den- known. Singing School begun at the v. 'I . Several people gatheied at the Wilson, who is very ill at this Troy Pinratt, of Hazel Green, home todayl Mrs. Hollou is very nis and wife, John Anderson andc Rev. Jomcs Nickell prjoh:jat Uic ouuu huik-- j CHf fcy Ech0olhouse Sunda y to andOrville Williams, of Morehead, writing. much improved. as teapher. wife and Carrie Pierce. Ros Fork school house Sunday and retond church but the preachers did were registered at Yocum hotel Misses Anna and Minnie Ho!-lo- n J, Iv. Rose aud wife who have not ccme. Otto Henry, of Lower Long lact week. Hello! Mi. and Mrs. W. L. ports a good meeting' and a large? ojrowM spent Sunday afternoon with Branch eperit Saturday night with been in New Orleans for some j Virginia Murphy was we were mighty glad to r T the guest Christina Heinrich. Tit l. Patrick, JOOJoe tlT.ll 01 vesi wuerLj, hear from you, please write tgain. veiia, K 0 Murphy cxu.o a.c .3itiug luu lormur Bpar-;o- f One of th practical patrioi'5''Ofc" Emma Kaeh'Satiirdav. candidate for jailer was nhaking Charlie, Moore bought of a Mr. enls, J!ff Rose and wife. Mrs. Fannie Murphy spent Sun- the day will he the. farmer Rubylrens, little daughter, of j haudB of this place tho b Dr. Steve Swango was called to Virgil, Esther and Mayuard see a Mr. Day and bis son, who Sebastin a pony last week. Price Jeff Murphy and wife spent bat- day night with E. O. Oarr and strains every nerve m the prr ci-- : private. urday wuhJMrs. isauuie Frost. ion of foodstuffs for the army ani. wife. OL jjutcnto auouuBU wib wtjumug Jlave amall-- p X. .1 Jjoxto Uarr was tlie euest ot J. P. Motley, wife and children tho civilian population. Wt j&ml F. P. Wileon and daughter Ruth t'heir aousin, Martha Xoveeace? . rf Mrs. IdaiFletcher died at the Edna and Gerxrude Halo Friday Bure5;Va"5 Lhe gUOsfc of attended church at Belknap Sun- hnma n f lim'ta Vinf S reduce our ward rofco to atiat-- ' A rnot t and Charlie Bowman at AntiookL too dinner witli'll F.-- Qur,r and (Grace Knsh Fnday. string and a union snitSf Recittj-Qj,-day and reported a good meeting. on Grassy reek April 21, withj " Thursday. family Sunday. was but Ave canyno't fcubsisfc l.oaET Lelia Mae Smith .from thej Emma and Grace Litikous and There was a Sunday Schoyl or- - measles, f'ineral was preached; Garrett McGuire, of Ebon, Among those who attended the water aud wind. in town on uusmess x riaay. the Orphau's Home is no.v mak-- : Vinnio Layne went to Sulphur, ganized Sunday at this place and Snuday atjj a. m. The family tuneral of Mrs. Ida Fletcher, of ing her home with Mr. and Mrs. iJSaturday and Sunday. also we have prayer meetin" everv have oufaympnthy for Ida was a; Mrs. D. M. Murphy was called Greasy, Sunday, were Martha Den D L.Tutt. 3Kd Ioved Iu the conrse of thif woild" waz ""(Saturday to the bedside of her .lack Cox and Grace Kash wore Saturday night and church the!rajdel wSan M deay reader, the opportamty will' her. The remains were brother, lommy Aickell, ot Win- Holloa wPattoHollyBnu-ientertaiue- d J.R. McGuire. at the Jiome of Vir- - third Sunday in every mouth.!ho Val- - Chester, who is still suffering with day.- Wvftrlio TvBsh nf this nlacf and be youri to ijaplicatf ona of tS4, igiuia Murphy Sunday' afternoon. 'There could not be anything bet- - laid to rest in the old Uncle cemetery. rhenmatisrn of the heart, we hope Arnold Eglst0Dj of Maribfit greatest miracles of; the Mmtimr Mrs Lura BuGhanan was thej au these three things in a entiue Pieratt Blue Ribbon The luultitwia" will w jr. mni foiiwVr' "l "Ia guestoflijah.J?ose and family Several t from here attended community. So let every body at- George Wheeler from Hazel Friday. ,r Marvin Fugate, of Bonnj, was Groen and, church andthe baptizing at Greasy tend regularly. r frm . . Suuday "feV .A a business visitor to our town bat - y . D. R$se wont tt Gill moro j farmerj. B. The im TRENT Thomas Heinrich left for Alt. fi D f Tufcdwy hnildg after hio farm; Clay Murphy bought cf .Nannie urday. Sterling Sunday, when ho will Grace Murphy and Xiexie Cart took piu"!f coru eic, ifnai Otto Carr who has been on the dinner with! Revis Oarr aud wl;1' lo com9 Kq toW Ho ia ?oIu5 "'ot thfhad of sheep, ouo cow Susan Elam, coil nud daughter, tiny for a few ay?J Lsttiw slok list 'farm past two moj'tha Monday. I Silver Wu Peivey and Nancy, we visitors of jto help tsduce th high ';o;oit of! udoli!iJm Fries fSOO, I i2f ' uuuun,, at-n- er j j T-- y n, h J f T-- I . I kw j. ; i ; ; i : . . will ; ; J dy. . - c V