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' Him C4ttK The Oldest, Most Popular, Most Widely QmuUUd dt(hQttd Paper in the Kentucky '"'iMlUiMU Mountains." H"VV-- x it.. THIRTY-- . HAZKL GREEN, WOLFE C0in - TOKY, .THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1917. Prompt S f.J 0JL H fc: 1 tmiig NTIKm 10 OTOOSGEMMTS Democratic State Senator We arc authorizct! OR ASSY CREEK. part&kinf? of tk HARLAN TRIMBLE as a candidate for W of Wolfe county subject to the brought five litters nrevedtatiff , fM-iiof pteL w ,fDllu: ( 111 Ul . . i !ilmArltir vn or. uv it n. iuiienrst two Htteis 9 each: the third and .ddui ..... v.w 7 . f. usust pnman-- . . , Irvine fourth flnd ftc fifth muking rm&,':MA' pf" - .ns "2 fl7 - gnnn Itira of Wret Liberty JAXNIEr J Jr oenator subject action. of the Bcmocratic ptimarv CMltHuriUfl TO v $ - ..I.D. WHITEAKER of Morgan county Hdidatc State Senator in the Distrjct, I UMMemvlkl nrlmsrv Anc subject to the tat s ' J IT - APe thonzwl to announce Dr. jyQUtth - v- it 104( RepceentatjTe .,.fe and fhP "stands firm, not m0. is beinp offered. examination at Campton, Those news of the day. It is a local j He secks the Cn'T Atloraey plc s the SUt &8WtivB IWVUWMto? dT peace and comfort m Farmera" arc declarer, that -V Ihe their time ' u : their old. days; thatcafiKbe.' bestowed T,, Aucwft 1317. '. paper and intends to give the uews j u.i!"u ,7 "T the who wish to be exempted will have Ir, all the knowledge of the law carcailhonadto announce Bct to..co"? . - j of Hazel Green and points repre- - Stamned firmlv oa the braih. . grounds for exemp iiu pnuo iiwjuccn luiccnst Here. candidate ' ilORRm, 6 Ci aey, Morgan county, as Assessor of Wolfe County subject to the i He'll do his duty, it is to him The postoffice nt'sp, a new mining uons wttmn seen days from the seuted by its correspondents, i for Ber of thelwn, f 4. voters KOL'SEAt. A' scientific aim. The people living at places al town in Letiber couuty. was" recently time of examination find go before at the Repubhqin En- - A. p. Qmpman as SitLikkUTe District, subject to the marj-- , August bitton on the robbed of some cash'jaiufc.a the exemption board. The couuty j which we have correspondent? None better could the county trace, quantity of 4, 1917 DewocraUcprmaryugcst lOlT. j ha nd by a large copperhead snake a few stamps. board has to do only with physical should and do owe their Go search it through and througH, i evenings since while getting corn Wc are authorized to announce LU- from Goverument officersjjsptured ten galTI1ER PIERATT as a candidate fori aud nothing to dolpondents a debt of gratitude And you will find he stands today his crib, and the wound caused much OF THE Before the voter view, in the 9Jst Legislative j ?'i'Jti-lilons of moonshine whisky being carried vith exemption.'. pain, but he is now better. They aho owe The Herald a debt As one whose judgment is so sound, in a wagon tbroUKMj'ound Gap. Four of gratitude. Through The Herinary August A, J917. Joshua Rnhbiti ibmit 7S vnr nf Henry Banks, L U.TauIbep, They're not afraid to trust, arrests were also madelb and Around Hazel Green flge, was droWhod in Big Caney. a ald these places are advertised This sterling man of noble worth, CLMay, R T Linden, .Mrs. Ambrose Sbrere, who? e home Arthur Jackson, of Quicksand, on June 27.' As no j tar Years A"0. and placpd on the map. Wherever Joe Reynolds, Because they know he's just. County Judge one saw mm at the time oi the accident, was near OwingsvftsuiTered internal G B Rose, t. Nelson Wadkiirs, The Herald gnes your locality is There's no use writing a column full he is supposed to have be on wading tbej injuries from whichtdied a few hours E F Whisman, j We are authorized to announce G. T. H C Combs, advertised. Thn Herald travels Of this ntnns merits today. GEKTER as a candidate for County sTAKEN FROM HERALD FILES. creek, just below his home, where he later when th horsehe wa3 driving be- J P Ohildera, Ben Patrick, -farther and wider than most peo- A man you've known these many years, usually crowed. On the evening he as came frightened audfbackedofTa bridge. Rollie Sallev, Judge subject to the action of the DemKelly NicLell, v" ple imagine. It costs money to Who never went astray. drowned the stream was exceedingly She was CO years olol f ocrat primary August 4, 1917. Curtis Rose, John Jameson. July 14 and 21, 1886. courage, man of A. high and no person would have been set type and advertise these differ- This steadfasthonor, race, worth,. We are authorized to announce Squire Kern Tolson, D. G. Edwards, .liiilil recently a resi Henry Lege, in, the Is safe in crossing. He was found at the ent localities, and how many peo- With one accord let's put him in, 30I1N D. ROSE as a candidate for Morton Triplet!, vtmeu a James Booth, of the creek bv a small bov while j"c" ""H"UB;"County Judge, subject to the Dcmooratic I Mrs. John Ward, of the Cox mill neigh- mouth ple' appreciate the efforts of ourJ S Tester. The Countv Attorney's place. stroyn.evice which he John Jacobs, borhood, sent a specimen of oats to this iisliiiig, who nofifird Anderson Lovelv "hmnne primary August 4, 1917. G L Nickell, h,,s suunlt,1 o thegernment and for J Bellamy, UxctErSlut. selves and our correspondents? j office the stalks of which will average and Phillip Gabbard. who were passing. Johti Tester, They are willing to take what wp j In a very few minutes the 'banks were I whlch he has beeql fered to furnish H F Ferguson, over six feot in longth. W L Banks,' -J P Prater, j County Attorney crowded with friends. He was without immediately full p?anpd drawings. have to give, but when it comes to Farmers, Attention. ' Manon Center, living on Laurel, in rehitives Rush Evans, BM Hurst, in this eount3': Coroner .Green i Edgar Fowler, aprominent Carlisle helping U3 out in any way bow Be Progressive! Enlighten the. We are authorized to uunounce, W. B. j this county, was handling a Henry Jacobs, Stanley Banks, DUFF, of Campton, as a candidate for j pistqL lMst Sundav and accidentally dis- - Taulbee was immediately sent for and Lousiness man, was setjwsly injured aud Charles Drake, many of the people whom we haye Pub-licGus Carson, .... ,..Huv Ji; num. aii . myesugauon his inMantly Lizie little five County Attorney of Wolfe County, sub charged it, killing his infant child and Since the inauguration of the advertised will give us an George Spencer, Parks, ....w. uuu uii. uiu iop oij fenied, when a horse tHSjras driving while ject to the Democratic primary August wounding his own little brother who Stewart Cox," show when it comes to job work? Good Roads" movement hi Ken- the head about an inch and half in out riding tA Lacy, becameT.i'ened and ran G L Madden, was nursing the child. The ball ontered length, Hugh V Shackelford They are willing to have us print tucky aud the construction of ma- which the jury pronounced to be awav overturniinr th biipev the child's left side and passed out the the cayse of his We are authorized to announce J. M. Awkie Wadkins, Dock Hollon, death; but whother in an obituary for them for nothing, ny miles of the best roada found James Riley, a prosperous Oldham J B Whisman, TESTER as a candidote for Couuty At- right side, cutting off the little bey's flicted by human hands or not could not E L Legg, but when it comes to job work! in America, this state has been finger and lodging in his clothing. j tell. torney of Wolfe County subject to the He r.Tis without pants when found j county farmer, dieirrsntly at the age Uursie Xing, C P Pence, they will send it to anothpr State quite a haven for tonriati, coming of 0 years. He w and had floated about two miles. Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 At the quarterly conference of the M. native of New Sam Whisman, L A Reed, or another couuty and to a paper from almost every state in the-thaE; church South resolutions of thanks nd !rott8ht to Floyd Burnett, C J Walter,-- , We are authorized tn'nnnmiiiR H "V Bud Baker and Rutherford Armstrong "?f R A Hurst, never mentions either them j union, and since many of oirfar-o- r J H renter, vioK no .pmHfa J"mb,c'?! Mt- - had ji little spat the other night in which entucfc' JOHNSON a? a candidate for County j , aor a uonauon oi a magnificent j the east. He Max Stamper, J A (Jlouse, their tdwu It i$ not good j mer3 have failed to reccgnize and knocked the claret from Arm-- ! pl'ect,on of hf?--' Attorney subject to the actum of the! oiarimg, communion service, composed Of six atrong's nose and Arms tron c sent Bakc-- r i ,a surv,veu Morton Tolson, iwocnmiren, a son ana a T F Whisman, j busiues0 'Democratic primary August 4, 1917. fw people who benefit by 'grasp the benefits derived through pFcces, two heavy goblets, Jwp plates, to John Elkius, Luther the- floor witlf a Dutch winder. ! da"Buler- the publication of The Herald to: the medium of publicity in plac-a- ct one pitclier and onejnvor. Galvin Moore, chanan, Friends interfered aud.stoppucl other During ho elecl&iWlorm one nicht 11 h in such a way as to hamper ing names on gatqs aad en- John Oditt, r itjprised to announce ,G. C. The followinK are the names of ' During thi Keek ve sent out a Pi . . ... ' tne men drawn tor Nolle count? s new buddiy of stationery to our . of the. qnoU of Uncle gam's new national correspondents ' which no douhfi R MvuTC I V -in & Wea.authon.dtoannounceO.Bndtotalofe From this list of 380 will have received and of which 1 ,. WflIluua M a candidate forsse.or j On Friday last the mill at this nlace It 7 ... he selected C5 men who will go in 'you will mako good use. Our abb?!' r of Wolfe county, subject to the Demo tws out of fix and many, were d h Hattlesburg, Misa., corps of correspondents are the? diea on an Ubleatahoa. training J, jf. T1STCT TH MUf. cratic primary, August 4. pointed in not geUiug thoir grinding J this fall for winter training. More, envy of all country papers; in J. 3L Tester is a man but the. mill will be in shape by next ;X grind flay. 0. P. Fancber, :i4Suata, bad five than likely they wVA go to France fact, The Herald is the only paper' Whose star is shining bright, S(f rch but his record aa Constable j teeth pulled the oWny and their next spring or summer should the tin the country that makes a appc-- j MAYTQWN. The : ai. j u hiii i, kiiiio. .VL uu lain ui bJiir;ijuiiuri(b'. 1XL 43 iv.i !?.... beauty of its ?ht. ,, . We sre authorizedlo announce W. M. . Eltinh LnnVWf u..A "fflnBo alarm. Jt " uuutiuuc ih. .in, llic l,e !dot ani the unknown time in the near future aim of The Herald to give more; Will know:none to the end BYRD as a candidate for Constable, a reunion of his nldren at the family became 80 Precinct No. ajtd subject to tba action residence at this placel There were . octQr. worked 'Swe tin,e be'on! these men will be callPd before news of nersons than of thiusri. His banner hears th mVU-, ,c 000,11 ue stopper Jiineteon nhildrcn and of .the Democratic p'rimarj' August 4 j the county board consisting of T. It is a personal paper.. It is not af ' I am Democracy rs friend.7' prescntv Uncle Lijah &nd his wife, had Though wheat thrtth r is well II III Pr . ... J uutI. , ' UntnV. rin it Hn nn ' I n.ki auu ji. iwwowns a oean jr ' J a splendid dinner Uiefivantf Iby wav throuchout theflte rU . , mm . . v . o, ! i ... miiTmni 1 : . irtHj: "ggSfiber . ' lf ! usap-Ln- .tiSi ; I -- . cu. a.i Lvy J : ':i:c 1 .- i ! n grand-childre- n , 'jimriJt'-' T .'nntUm'.'.i.wu fortn t'; j I ! I! set-fo- " A I 4- oiwi I T 111 1 ; tu5. to.'fereof -- ; aowdl j corres-examiuati- on In I I I self-cucki- I . gJ.. t rec-Bak- er : 'J Pr-.fit- tbir -- 3 good, livery place that is repre - n:g npon tna jcyerjr sented b' correspondents should county of this commonwealth to . Melva Elam, j in justice do all they can for the please have a board or sign paint-papWhile cutting clover in a field on his J L Campbell, that does for ihem. It is ' ed, giving the name of the owuer Wc arc authorized to announce VAN Lick bnch furm last mek- Hon. D. S. Wm. Billings, but right. We are not bpggtng, 'of each farm, also the name of B.ELKINSasa candidate for County i Gody "od seven large copperhead John Childers, Previous Charily but we like a. fair deal. So we thu farm, if same bears such, and Court Glerk subject to the action of thel5nakes A fow D C Cn'diron, crcek Ki,Ied tivqJopper- Di mocratic primary' primnay August j,l &u,,PIe of would kindly ask the people who post in a conspicuous place, on 3ALYERSYILLE. Raymond Siebenalerjwas attacked aud Rscoe White, WJ Helton, heads jn his dooryard. Qn Sunday, the we serve to give us a square dual, the gate or post at the entrance Lur Ilan Buh, 4th. while the family were at church, a t Diet!, on the 9Ui inst., Mary Bell injured by an cade near Hrran. Ohio. Lloyd Brew r, : recently. Siebeualer was on his way to Howard King, Sherman Spencer, If you have printing to bi done j to the farm. This will require Httlc daughter of Zaeh Hanev killed a Anxier.j work, near Six Conrprs. The big bird Willie Smith, H Smith, send it to the paper that prints but little effort and expense upon Sheriff copperhead in the sfttirg room of the Flux is ragijtj anrtmg the people . Arlie Hall, family residence. this section and is likely to produce some was Prfbcl on a feiice. When oppn- Richard Gthb, and your news. Our prices are guar jthpart of each Wc are authorized to announce SHI-LThrasher Shull, sue, tne eagle new directly at him, los very difficult cases to oure. " i'encer, anteed-tbe as reasonable as any the benefits derived through sucii Charley Sample last week brought to SWANGO as a candidate for Harlan Robihstm, ing no time at opening' battle. To ward t Harlan Hose, one's prices, quality considered. jfiimplH and inexpensive methods Sheriff ofWolfeCounty subject to the this office a twig one foot in length Which j ClilT.rd Elkins', Q? THE WEEK ''"the attack he threw np his?arm aud ! J Campbell, seven summe, apples, cota.ned d Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 iyd Brewer, Our correspondents are nqnest- - ol publicity can not be T Lewis v and Jim Brown cut a limb about twenty S. Cohen, Mat Ieeburn Prater, to make their letters as short j mated. earenuwiorizQU to announce M. a. ia lcaj;th from a Siborinn crab iree be-- ! GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES Grasping it by the cot he threw the R R eagle to the ground and killed it with a tlumbus Spencer, Arthur Mcintosh, Commissioner of Agriculture. CAMPBPLLasn candidate far Slioriffl longU3g to Mrs . Lou as possible to contain the real AND OTHER SOURCES, -contain " club. It measured four, feit and four B R Cul:insvorth, U B Hollon, of Wolfe county, subject to Democratic cd forty-on- e Do not uews of thoir localities apples. D M Day, J) W Land mm, 4 ,,1917. primary, August inches from tip to tip. VS. Lee. try to write a long letter just to! Tlie postoffice at Dnysboro in this! David Holliday, a prominent Clark T F Rash, Patrick Andrew, a farmer of Nicholas Lne voters oi none uouniy: county has been ifill up space. Space is valuable,! lo and S. C. county farmer, 68 years of age, commit J T McQuinn, county, has just received newt that his!,, Allen, j ted suicide recently I have to Alexander appointed postmaster. by in a Jailer in fact, that is our stock in trade., 0rntlemen Hen Center, Walter Hollon, son, iiremau Andrews, aed twenty-!,- . l? withdraw from the race for Coub-yof ejeral days his actions Mrs. Nannie Ksh, near torn., sent us PplBe careful to give the rual uews of Luther Taulbee, E'ijah Fletcher, Wc arc authorized to annwuicc W. J. four, has been killed m battle on the x, r dicnted tlmt his mind was aflVctid. W X Tyler, locality especially in regard ty Attorney of Wolfe county for as a candidate for Jailer of a basket of delicious apples ono day last ' Briti;h front in France. Mr. Aiidiew. , ,, . iwee tor wb,eh shc will please accept Ry Lacy, Avery, of PriceviPe, in Hart enlisted with the Canadian troops in .ioert naiuin, Jatns Wolfe County, subject to the Dcmooratic to births, deaths, weddings par- - j th reason that it looks likr Wolfe q g j aC1T,,.. our Umaks' ami rememoer that the .atch QtmnVft accidentally shot himself thru J M Walter?, priman- - Aunist 4, 1917. tios, sales, transfers of real PstatM, 18 hivhig a race with Le county isWngof our door is always open to her iha i,o,.,i r ro,.tu. i.,,r n....- - i,..,i ... France. Th is the first Nicholas countv alvin Willia Edgar Moore, boy to lose his life in the present war. ." We arc authorized to announce J . ...i . u oil wells; leasing?, and good per- - ' QS to wbTch county should furnish , in.- i.tRoy O Kash, .u Joe Bank., !(( pntated and some of the flesh from a County Attorney for Wolfe thi HARLAN BREWER, of Valorin, as a with prccibus gifts for the editor, sonals. Amateur gardeners in Indiana ho Jackson Bank, E B Little, the back of his hand had to be cut,awav. four vears. candidate for Jailer of Wolfe Countv, went into potato growing with any Zade White, Kelly Pe'.ice, We feel a deep penio of grat -- nxl Mts Frcd Day of ihis place P,oasc A 15 months-olchild ol Clarence amount of courage in the spring arr J G Rose, subject to the action of the Democratic I wish to thank the voter for M MuWna, F nco tude to our faitbfnl correspondr thanks for a bucket of ver' Woodard,lof Hart county, stepped into primary August 4, 1917 wondering why nothing has come of G A Tolson, efforts iu my behalf o far. F Taylor. fine cucumbers sent us Irst week, and a bed of hot ashes and had both feet se ents, and no dotiht there a'e maiy their their tflbrtv. It is true many plant We arc authorized to announce D. B. and nt some future limftr should t.n.i fir verely burned Kuii. ii.mri.ur Annul' before he as rescued. people scattered rll over the Uniwere badly damaged by lice, but s GENTER as a candidate for Jailer sub to kiok upon, for the greatest vegetable ask it, I am ready to Lecture at Lee City. ted stales who each week- read h the cannot understand why hardly jeet'to the action of the Democratic pri curiosity yet brought in. It consisted Fur the first time in twenty-fiv- e years servu them in the capacity as their Imnnpnitias nrnntul tlmirold homp.a has silver been on the upward tendency, one potato can be found when the ground inary August 4, 1917. Lee City, Ky , Jul' IS. j of seven cucumbers on one stem, three it tmw beint quoted at SO coats per is spaded up. One gardener who hoped Editor Hazel Green Herald : with much oleaturo. bo try to, J... . .. , grown together. We are authorizotl to announce i B. of them , witu kiuuesc regaru. ounce. Preparations to ship lame quan- - great things dug up naif his garden aud COMBS as a candidate for Jailer subject onr ,ellers cacn 'wee i David Mors of this place last week tuies to ! ranee to pay oil American sol-- ! lol,DU 0,,,y 'ur pqiaioes, ana tnoset JMiss Leona Belle Carter,' the ac - iniProve LpbHru Allen. ' ,, : . to the action of the Democratic primary caught a beautiful string of fish, includ (diers is said to be the caue. small ones, all on one healthy looking! coinpusned daughter ot Dr. 'rauk.jj and get them, in just August 4. 1917. ing n thirtcerf inch bass, several smallerthe week as nnssiuip. we. win oo plant, Hiscrop was eaten up by the n.irior f Woof How to Address . r t. lUVnm mirliAi.;.!.) (n i.iM.nimn. r fl CharlesR. Hannon, of Marion count, aI1 within our P )Werl Priut thpm buns. today and gave a lecture telling us T .'ii.: C.1 j; ,HALSEYas a candidate for Jailer of porch. He is the boss fisTfeiman of these recent ly sold to J. fc. Hardin, ot Knox- ' now to dry and save fruit and The tntnls nf ensHMkies n ;rm, Tt,"-- . i lsWblfc county, subject to the Democratic pacts.- In a recent fishirfg eontest with v1,e. Angus bull , rQ! Hie rostonice dMnarcmeut n oir " " j tn ""J t,o' primary, August 4 th. the war etables with as little cost as possi- Dr. Kash and John Nickell he beat the for $a00. The animal weighed I,8u0 m the berman ofliciallist isne I instructions ts to the ad- w,n SPnd sam. two of them r.nd is how claiming the pounds, and is considered an exception- - began are as follows: Killed and died ble. She organized a drying club m,nd usand WP We are authorized to announce the ofwounds, 1,052,800; died of sickness, whlle here with Mrs. Wm. Mont- -' ally fine specimen of the Angus breed. name of THOMAS CAMPBELL as a championship n (i.you; pnwinera aim luissiog 6;!gomery, Pnsident; Mrs. Charles' We candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe CAMPTON Mrs. Sue L. MefTord.of Maysville, has ,.,.,ri,i o boa ssi n 1. f.,t r j qv? i ..w i ne .. coanty, subject to the action of the n- i' otit.i fttoa inat mi., neraui uooiiihuJ iini, " i. 'ws ,i tn l.u Ihd i anal ln V. l,csmcm' i.r. G. T. Center and G. W. Drake arrest- - suea ner nusoanu, w. j, m eimro, lor Xhe naya, and colonial casual ties ' are not " initio rate of 2 cents an ounc , Democratic primary, August 4, 1,917. Fourth of Julv celebration aud j ed a man by the name of Jones, who fills oivorce, Dr. C. G. Wheeler, Secretary, cne suites mat ne nas giycn included. ' F,ag RHiFing alld they were hotn ThH Jtjluri should he addrod the description of one Ed Jones, charged her only 50 cents a year since 1S9. a!1 enjoyed havi n Miss w. u ur w Wui &J 6r!a success. wSthliaviwg committed murder in Salem. There is nothing like simply with the name . of the . ''Assessor .. , . it has been u With US, and teel An pt.idtmin of tvnhoid fevpritt fliin- orfsr.,, mimiv has s.hiMo il,ot ; 131. The boys think they have tiio right j u fimcin, uis cuiapauj ' We are authorized to animttnoe E. P man. ihe murder w$ oOmnrUted injCrd rwis county, has called physi-- , ably the oldest in tie state. It was a great benetit to us learning the a good Jive paper in a town You have it here , end, as a final supfracription, WHISMAN as a candidate for Assessor 15S0. oians from MaysyiUe to assiVt in attend- - printed in the year .1400 and is leather i Dew process of drying fruit and boom thinss. every one in "America Expeditionary Force." ' subject to the Democratic primnrj' Auge ing the jMitienus. kind of type is vegetable. Miss Carter will de- - aud it is the duty of bound. The Z. T. Hntst, one of the iiblest young .: norinrr- tnft a nro circmMitaic! skmH county to help support itVUcdsr neon Iho ust 1917. t i! vc ul UJUllSLrU It. 1U SIX- COUIUieb I MQf the '"" . .f -- ...:..Tl.o flnr)inV ftf fr,r-- P f 'Wnr f iU.e rJ.n nUl ucvu''etter "f" "'"ft doing tn Ivdp.mekejtkt ieiier attteMft t We arc authorized to announce E. J. Ae DomocmUc coavt.ntion gan, Wolfe, Menifee, Elliott and What am "I" four years nf age in Adams county, 0., he CREECH as a candidtttefor VsseiOrV it a tuccess? j Umt he could be Common- - j across the river from Mavsville, has set Walter Nugent recently sold 15 wal-- ! Johnson. Cor. j locatiam of tkt mmit. The Poat- subject to the action of Uie DemoerltJc woaltJis Attorney of the 19th Judicial afloat all kinds of rumors. Some say nut trees on his place near Columbus, primary, Aug: 4, 1917 Dr. Steve Swaugo, of Valeria, office department will see that the district. He has not been hoard of since. perhaps he was a kidnapped child and Ind., to Ross Bros , owners of a sawmill WANTED was seeu in town this week quietly! letters 8re-- properly forwarded. We are authorised t announce JEPF ftSS dt0cd The Ioeated in that city, for $S,000. Bidders v the kidnapers. I was informed ut John AVinnn.n 5,1 lhe w5,s fomld BREWER, of Neola. as a candidate for fow iinvs9p, that he saw a gUcnmn wef ds ou a farm were there from Touiaville, Chicago, Ir Wo havfi now onfineri onr nonl-- .' moving about. FeaJllig snxiOU3j Xema. 0.. July 23, 1917. Assessor of Wo!"c County, subject to the from Oreron run pure silver out of a cr'n,S and was 50 hysterical that he dianapolis and other cities. try house ajt Helechawa for the j about the doctor we inquired ofj j Democratic primary Aug. 4. ThTssentleman k a regular cliein- - coaW not 8J ve bis name or tel1 anything friendsjf ho James L Hollon, Haz-- 1 Grn. Kr. "Let Us in!" cried the paragraphs entire summer end fall seasons some of his intimate alK)U 1 himself. An attempt is being j AVn nuthorirnri tn announce D. B. ist and says he has found silver ore since knock i ne at the gaesmith's door. and will hnv'vonr Pffcra and snrina! had entered lhe political arena,. Enclosed you will had aapney .. c on- o j (Dock) HOLLON as a candidate for! he bus been prospecting in this county, made t0 flnd out who the child is and demanded the humor- - chix, beef hides, scrap iron, boDes, and was informed by Jesse Horton order for 50 for which yoa will "Who are you?" Assessor subject to the action of the but not i sotlieient quantities to work, how he came tn be where he was found. ISt r ..a n - mmr of u;u- " wivi th " nbnnp that the onv arena piease sena me tne neraia roc j i' Democratic primary August 4, 1917. WEST LIBERTY. j "We are jokes about the high cot of lauDOUuaii niuuo ui tuua cuiitu-At a surprise gathering fr a birtbday month?, or such tiiwa as it paya that he knew of the doctor est market price. dinner in ho.toi of "Aunt" Jaiio Walkor, living and" We are authorized to annotMce Mc.1 Married, tm Sunday, July tthej to all., one aud : for. Give my regard JE EIXBICH ife TOO HEY, ing was a matrimonial TRA.ss a candidate for Assessor sub- - j Chrfettia Church. Oapt. T. J. Henry and at Nicholasville, seventeen persons were "On your wayl herein he no joke rupnjug!Tbank you. Brt2K:keH, that in this race h$,w&? Helechawaj Ky. (adv) t .jept to lhe Democratic primary August Mrs. Ktc Cockrell, Rev, J. M. Downing suddi nly taken with cramps aud symp-- about that. It's and an QUt- Center. St, XuU. pood and stronc. fjeo H. Heiprich, Mgr, officiating. terns of ptomaine poisoning soon after' raSe Be off!" 4,1917, TUTT as a candidate for County Court Clerk, subject to the will of the demo- " oratic voters at the Aug. primary. orSi'hack across a mountain to visit Tho.flS r son, Jack Wikon, of Breathitt, ner.abov. - j j dft-- vs W E Russell, . . ... - ii H:isinrn IinrstO Illtt'A- - .lo n h Inm. riv w. w vinnoyjr. ingburg recently and bmiglit twenty Leonard Combs, JACKSON. Mr. Chihicrs commenced making brick head from Albert Dayjand twelre fmm Wilev H..tes la t Wednesday with which to build the H""d Armstrong al 140 to 145. Thev rnlm" Midline Jackson Academy. will be used fur cavalryjmipoifs. Hubert Stamper, j , I 4 fir.t ( t.whir f T... : were killed. " 0X1 ron" Jtn ? &wope, M Nickell, - ; iana-ownr- i er i j : J "1 - j ! j j j - land-own- er O I ' o j I tnty , Jfjgg , , over-esti-e- ! ; j DflV-whic- 1 ; i j ! j ..lit i f : I ! j ur j j ; i i ; . ' - - j ! -- 1 ! f j - w j thegar-dener- : - pple J 1 j : : D - ' ,1 . ! i.;t,t i ; : . ; - ) :. , j j ',.(:,,. . " , J I i i j ; l ; D:j... ,n "f . nnr.nptH..i.ou.ry 1 1 o,u,o, j r nu ! tol-Ih- at ; -' i tor, ; ! ; t old-tim- ( I - 2 C . it ; ! 1 j - ; . b-- : . ; ,0 . l, fed J ! 1 ame g; 'I' , - 1 . THEHAJWI - GREEN v HER Alt) THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD - i". the king of boodlers who support jingfpr Illinois to visit her sister Notice of Sale. men for a job of some kind It is I andv4$etir who live there. such men as he that has pltinged J.fR. Clark spent from WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT. Published every Thursday at Hazel Green, Kentucky. Kentucky four million dollarB in iFhariaiy ntil Saturday with her leaving the burden of his brother and sister at jaariba. Fred Adams, Guardian, fcc, Plaintiffs, XMmd at tfee PotoJSe at !ffel Green, JCy., e Second Class wstler, September debt, 'I vs. HHder Act of Marck S, 1879. 6, 1S13, "patronage nlRKi" purse on you ; RU8wji'x,ykin8 spent Saturday Myrtle Adams, &c, Defendants. my friends, mghtwfth Joe Gram. and your sons. Listen, can only be done satisfactorily Brown Eyes. if tho present Administration is OFFICIAL PAPER OF WOLFE COUNTY BY VIRTUE of n Judgment and Or--. derofSaleof the AVolfe Circuit Court, -forme I am grateful for it and rendered at its May, 1917, term, in thc' EDITOR faftve uo ap0iogies to make. I have g JAMES I. JEEOL.LON. above styled case, I will on YSRORO MONBAY, AUGUST 6, 1917, S-iuot saenhced one principle 1 ad 5fT being the Pries, Ois Mlir 31 Yttr. Always ii Aiyaics. the Wolfci a single; Ivtocriftitft 1?r tcrm. vocate or surrendered J tA luvnndor. wife and little uoumy wrnrc, Deiween tneo.nours 01 one , syr?"" plank in my plattorin in order to.1 son, Wilford. of Petrolia, Ills., and four o'clock p. m., at the front door iiaSf... camoTilinrsday to spend a few of the courthouse in the town, of Catnp- We have them in our employ and turn out the secure any man's vote or political ton. Nolle county, Kentucky, sell at public outcry to the highest and best support, and God helping me I weekjSthhomefclks. work promptly in first class style at Stops When bidder, for cash in hand, the following Starts Wfwi no obligashall not. I am under Sy CgjlUexandor and wife spent lease, which is in words and figures as reasonable prices. Time is Up tions to the Governor of this state Suudrf jwith D. B. May, wife and follows: Agreement and lease made and entered into this the day of or anyone else, and if elected I familyli 1917: Witnesseth, that Myrtle Adams. carry out my every promise shall J". Erbldfield came in last week Hoyt Adams and Lillian Adams, by J. to yon or die in the attempt. I fromfokomo, Ind., to attend L. Horton. Master Commissioner of theWolfe Circuit Court, for and in considerTHURSDAY JULY 26, 1917 propose to fight the liquor traffic farmwork. duly and truly paid, ation of S the receipt of which is 3k' was given at the home edged, do hereby grant, hereby acknowland help drive it from Kentucky, A party demise and let and I would call jTour attention to Alvinld field and wife Saturday unto the lessee all the oil and gas in and under the following described tract of Hazel Green, Ely. the fact that I started my fight night!sT.here was a large crowd land; also the said tract of land for the when of boyTand girls, and every one purpose of entering upon, operating i against it three years ago, thereon, and removiug therefrom said years Sfto when we are to choose men for seven weeks I was in the field enjoyecLjbe games, string music oil and gas for the term of The time is close at hand from at my own expense fighting to and refreshments that were served after date, and as much longer thereto handle "our county finances and manage the government as oil and gas is found thereon,) make it an issue in the guberna when tti.ypnng folks were ready with thc.riglit to use oil. gas and water' of our affairs generally. therefrom; and all rights and privileges campaign of the State. to go hdine. necessary or convenient for such operaMr In nominating these men we, as men who arc voting torial were my opponents at that- CharPey also the right to remove at any Where Fallen,. Myrtle Fallen tion; all property, pipes or improvements time with an aim, will vote for the man that is going to stand time? Did you see them in their and Selden Collinsworth went to placed or crecfed in or upon said land by the lessee. Said laud being all their for material road improvement. saddles fighting liquor? I cannot jlvokomo, Ind., Sunday. interest in and to the following described know, Mr. Yoter, that this is the opportune be bought, for my integrity is Missei Did you Situated on the Standing Cora and Joan Rose, of tract of land: Red river, in the county of time to elect men and stand behind men that will stand for above the price of gold, I cannot Lexie,1ipent Saturday night with Rock ford of of Kentucky, and boun- olfe and state follOWS: f roads regardless of what comes up. Now is the time for U indnotiKoil- Dvnonf liv tho ontn- - .viu Jl C J unu ittuii.j. mL ded ASthe North hy the jumls Qf Aex w.w.v j 4UMUwwxuc; Qn - girls were accompanied by tneir, Bush and Cnt Cmidcrs; this countv to vote bonds for building roads. "We can give .mon people lor whom l, am masOn tlif "Rust. Kir tVio InnrU nf "RHrnhfith . ... iv-i ..ill ing this ngnt, ana wnen 1 am nepnew; uaas iMCKeii. namely : you some good reasons, Bowman; On First Our county is being sought from every state in elected I want the farmers, the There will be church at this heirs; the South by the lands of the Wolls coal miners, the lumbermen and place Saturday and Sunday. On the West by the lands of Banford the union bv men WITH MONEY men that want to de- White and others. IN THE the railway men who live by honThis agreement or lease is made upon Mrs. iW. C. Stroud and siBter, vevelop this country for oil and gas. These men are rich the following terms est toil to come to West Liberty, Blf.nche ,Ma3 wure highly and want to spend their money in a way that will make 1st To deliver to the credit of the to Frankfort, or to write me at eior them more comfortable and afford them most pleasure. For ther place, and make their wants and Join the home ef Misses Cora first parties, their heirs of assigns, their cost in pipe proportionate part free Rose Sunday. lines to which second party may connect instance: If an "oil man' comes to Campton or Helechawa kuown. I want them to establish r ..it 4V.. .mi If nominated and elected I promise you a faithful and produced and saved from the leased 1 and wants to go to the Lacy creek oil field, the first thing themselves aa my board of advispremises. honest administration of lav;s. I promise you an economical .5 TOLIVER he wants to know is whether or not he can go in an auto- ors for tc them first, last and 2nd To pay to the first parties their proportionate'part in administration of .the count' government, and to collect no mobile, and if there is one to be had he is going to ride over all the time will I devote my time Candidates are plentiful in this advance from each of $100 each year gas well from which of a busionly is found while the same is being more taxes than is necessarr to meet the there in it if it costs him 5.00, while he could have hired a and my efforts. There will be no sectioirW used off the premises. M ness administration. I promise to give stTict attention to part agrees The party of horse for $1.00. But, you say, how does this help us build representatives of tho Haley-Co- x J. Blflhd E. J. McNabb sold to complete a "well the secondpremises with-to the repairing and keeping up of our county roads without upon the roads? It is this way : That fellow owns these oil wells machine, or any other machine, Frank jGlark 75 sheep for a good in months from the confirmation I of this lease, otherwise this lease becomes favoritism to be shown to airy one section of the county. . and wants to be here close. If he can get over the roads behind closed doors to throttle pric"e. null and void. If first well is discharge of the duty of County judge you that in the then he owns his auto, stays here in the county, pays the me and say vote "yea" or vote Miss Nora Wills spent Saturday rate of 5 secondin parties will pay at the pledge advance for each addi I. will do equal justice to the poor and rich alike without county so much for a license to run his auto, pays taxes to "nay" or appoint this or that. and Sunday with Rece Stamper, tional three month from the time above Respectfully, mentioned until a second well is com fear or favor. JNO. D. ROSE. county on thing itself, and becomes a taxpayer generally Thank God I am above that, and miss Hima McNabb left for IUi-n- pleted. The above rentals shall be paid to the guardian of the first party at the Monday to visit relatives. here in the county. As it is he invests just as little money they know it, hence their bitter, rowcll County Bank, at Stanton, Kenpersecuting opposition to me. tucky, and it is agreed that the comple here as he possibly can to operate his business here and S. EiroicGaire sold a nice bunch tion of a producing well, or a second G C. Taulbee. of sbeemto m C. Toliver Friday. well, shall be and operate as a full liqui- spends his time and money in Winchester or Lexington dation of all rentals under this provision where they have good roads. CharUyj Jennings of Jackson is during the remainder of the term of this I LEXIE Another reason why we should, vote road bonds now : Partv of the secord part" shall have i visiting uf this vicinity. ix. nnrl wntpr nro- ihn rifrlit. tn iisi nil y&Moneyis the cheapest now this country has ever known it Roy McNabb and wifu Bpent duced on said land for operating thereon 111 and for that reason we can put our bonds on the market at J, C, Lindou of Campton spent Saturday ith their narnnts. O. except water from wells of the first I I That is the value you get for every party. When required by first party 1111 a day or two this week on his the lowest possible interest rate, second party shall bury all pipe lines f f below plow" depth. Second party shall M. J. Sal ley returned from Jack- have the right at all times to remove all Have you ever noticed what a man does when gets a farm at this place. 1 W. B. Carroll, of Middletowu. son lastreek with his sou, Chesfew thousand dollars ahead? The next thing you hear of premises, including the right to draw Ohio, is visiting his father, John ter, nindh" improved. and remove all casing. that fellow he is leaving the mountains with his family to a Carroll and other relatives. You spend at this store. Our goods are honestly And it is further provided that second Etheland Pearl Clark, Lillie partv shall have the right upon the pay place where he pays a road tax and has good roads. It is School opened at Rose Chapel aud Russell Lykins, and Joe Crain ment of M.UO to the parties ot the nrst ,111 bought and honestly sold. We have no ambition the case invariably. part, their heirs and assigns, to surren- -' III to "get rich quick." Just a reasonable profit satMonday, July IGtb, with a good their lease for cancellation, after Gentlemen, we appeal to you as a citizen, as a man who enrollment. J. S. Aruett is the atteudedfchurch at Laurel Sunday. isfies us. Mrs. VljH Hollon of your town cruc by virtue of its terms shall cease wants to live and enjoy life to the utmost, one who expects teacher. visiting-thold home plape tbiajand determine. All agreements between""i, f,hf n.irfifs ho rotn shnll nxtend and arand is willing to do the most possible good for his county, ,Mrs. Jeff M. Rose and sou, Joe is wees. Vj ply to their heirs, executors, administrato rote for the men who will stand for the roads above Cecil, visited W. B. Ely and fam tors and assigns. L. x. Lkina and wife and Mrs. Given under my hand as Master ComIN! ily-a- t West Liberty last week. Her Luellen Prater attended church missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court this 444 1917. the 9th day of July, daughter, Eula Mae, who had been on Johnsdn Sunday. J. L. HORTON, visiting at that place for some Master Commissioner W. C. C. Btrength to dc it. It is because To the Voters of MorSteve Swango and wife were time, returned home with them. gan and Wolfe Counties: the selfish, corrupt politicians of guests of Porter Clark and wife Willie BuBh and wifo of Middle- - Suuday. As it has come to that point in this district realize the fact that Notice to Creditors. am able to expose their rotten- town, Ohio, are here on a visit toj my race for Representative where I Sammie Hurst is very sick at All persona having claims against the her parents, John Mclutosh and my opponents and their friends ness, and that I will do it if electthis writiijg, Mort. estate of Joseph P. Rose, deceased, late wife. ' of Hazel ureen, Wolfe county, Kentucky, to every kuown po- ed, that they are so unfair, so un KENTUCKY. 111 Mrs. Amanda Banks and daugh- - TTprA,c Xour uiance to TTpIn are requested ex;culorj5 same, properly 444 HAZEL litical trick to deceive you and poi- manly and crooked in their de-- 1 Curtia 0 Ro,0f to his Washington, July 25. Maga- - Lexington, Ky., or Dorsey U. Kose, Ha- son your mindB against me, I take signs, as to start such lies as this! ter of Lagrango, Ind , are visiting """rS"" ljSf1! '""S"""' Mrs. Martha Noble this week. one in circulation against me. siies and; newspaper,, bearh.R this opportunity of refuting some es- stamps, hereafter may be 1917. Any person indebted to Miss Ida Banks spent Thursday The friends of another one of my of the falsehoods which they have 13 to can ana JjgMW opponents have been telling that with her couti:i, Mrs. James Car- - posted, unwrapped and uuad- - lft,e. ropecuuiiy requesiea started, asking you to read what I t oy n .t puu-- ; J uressea persous oiuor uinu m-CURTIS O. ROSE, 1! have to say and then pass it on to in one of my speeches at West Lib- - j,80U. i j :n u r i Lexington, Ky. :i T md iwiuiueui i..jr wui.uu TP1,Q VV.t. r,f Rorl r5vr rnC nrtv th afcfr,f fKnf "o n your .neighbors. DORSEY C. ROSE, Hazel Green, Ky. t farmer was not fit, or did not on the creek Saturday and Sunday postal authorities to American Twice in the good county of Executors of the Estate of Joseph P. soldiers and sailors in Europe. kLOW enough to be. a member of Wolffl and once in Morgan they Charley Ed Liudon came ovorl In Tuedav nlans Hose, deceased. have started the rumor and scat- our Ipgislature." Two or three Suudny to his father's farm and for gathering reading matter con tered it broadcast that I had quit hundred of you, my friends, heard took a load of com to Catnpton veying home news and notion to Swastika. the race. This rumor was abso- my speeches, aud two or three Monday. the bo3Ts abroad, Postmaster-Genera- l REPRESENTING hundred of you know that this lutely unfounded and was the offBurleaou suggested that magTOLIVER azines print, the following in the The Mahan Grocery spring of desperate, malicious rumor is a deliberate lie. I have1 Most all the farmers are liar upper right-han- d u u0ij tuu Ir u I DID UJJ as .UK corner of their heart3, who, with defeat staring 0u.u uciu vesting their oats : front covers land Supply Company, them in the face, in theij desper- lug me very oacRoone ot our "Notice to the Reader When Several from this place attended ation are ready and willing to re- country, and there are farmers WINCHESTER, KY. you have finished reading thiB sort to feny method however low who are qualified and in every way church at Laurel Sunday. IN stamp Country Merchants will save money by magafiue P'ace competent to fill the governor's! LiIIie and debased, to rob me of votes. Loma McNabb is notice, hand tho same to . LY, reserving orders for him. .., if To m "ici- - jva nhir nf .M. One of my opponents, I am w. ww.o rraier ana Aaa Liawson were any poBtaltemploye and it will be has been telling the ed I will be elected by farmer's entertained at the home of Peari placed in the hands of our solis more Catarrh section laboriug men around Cannel City votes, and when elected I propose and Ethel Clark Saturday aftor-t- o diers and sailors at the front. No ofThero country than all in this diseases the other put together, and for years it nras supg put a lot of pol-- : noon. that I had made the remark that posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed wrapping no address." local remedies, and by constantly raJllnp honest! "I was not depending on overall iticians, who live from the Malhe McNabb spent Sunday The publications will be car- to cure with local treatment, pronounced men for my votes." That, my toil of the laboring class, out of afternoon with her cousin, Loma ried uudec parcel post classifica- it Incurable. Catarrh is a local disaase, o: greatly Influenced by constitutional conand therefore requires constitufriends is a deliberate lie of the business and give the farmers and McNabb. tion at one cent oach, regardless ditions treatment. tional Hall's Catarrh Medistacine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & first water, aud the death-son- g of their families a chance. Jr Pearl Clark has a very ,sblack of weight.t A concentration Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional tion has ben designated in each remedy. Is taken Internally and acts a dying politician Another rumor being circulated eyj" and swollen face and sore thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces Hundred If it were not for the laboring peo- is, thnt I have sold out to the arm this week caused from getting state for assembling of the read- - of the System. One any case Dollars is offered for that Hall's ple of this district, who have been present administration and to the thrown out of a buggy Sunday ing matter-Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. duped, swindled and sold by ma- liquor interests. That rumor, my afternoon. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 73c. WANTED. chine politics until they are al frieud that Hall's Family Pills for constipation, d Nora Wills spent Saturday night lie We havojiow opened our poul most hcpelessly buried in the cess- originated in West Liberty and ' with Mrs. Mary Stamper. try house Jit Helechawa for the pool of graft and corruption, I was started by a man wbSNvonld entire summer and fall seasons I A. R. MA U PIN Those entertained at the htme spring wcuia iiol oe iu inig race, i iru irarie ou your votes as he would of Nora aud Salhe Center Snnday and will buy your eggs aud bones, & OPTOMERTIST JEWELER chix, beef hides, scrap iron, the 'laboring man's candidate JACKSON, KY. cattle or your hogs. He is afternoon were Pearl and Ethel rags aud all kinds of junk at high? Kjes tested. Glasses Pitied. tnUn.:.n lli i ill it illVilll VIIJ JOUUIjy est market-pricesa man who has made what he Clark, LilKe and Russell Lykins, BV Watch Inspector I. & If. R. R, Heinkich & Toohev, and I'll staud by him so lorjg ub hoi got in politics, and who Joe Grain and.a mi. Blankenship. Special attention to mail oJilers. hp Helechawa, Ky. (adv) God gives me mind .and physical stands out today Subscribe for Herald and Lo.ma.McNafeb left Monday morn- - Geo. Hf,HeiDrich, Mgr. I Job Printing By Experts. ; j .aL, tl j j ! : i ' I Give Us a Trial Order. The Hazel Green Herald, The Men We are Going to Vote For August 4th. fliiuuuutumuuiwwuiwwwwui; ' - j j JOHN D. ROSE COUNTY JUDGE Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 A 1 1 . r- VT? enter-taiuedl- at to-w- it: j ! Bo-pee- p. i : is ! m I m r- I j 1 m m -- ' m m e p, 1 m m COME COME NOW SEE FOR YOURSELF! j R. L. MILLER GREEN, . g ' ! j i - one-ce- j 1 7, it m"1am"m SSS I i ! . I aunc-uncm- c A GOOD DISPLAY j j D. T. WILSON ADVERTISEMENT THE 111 this-week- . - one-ce- nt ' blood-suckin- Ho zel Green Hero j j WILL BRING RESULTS. two-by-fo- ur a black-hearte- r:j . ly .J' The keeaHI '1" ' - - i? : c ' - - J! " - - ,- . - THE HAZELi GREEplip o ! 4.. T -- . T - - Pfc'?.: ... - M. A corious toak was di5C0TereaMrs. A. J. Bh-- fc mM. Passat last wees oy one oi .msjonnsoa si c Lucille Kash rs visiting her sis - iEiniJY - Oue of their hens mide a After an lllne TraI wkLfe ter, miss Grace Rosis at Lee Citv. nest coe to John ri&ratt'e tence. ;m0nthp, and after been jWhen fauiid she had two little congued to iier bed lor Witi five Stevy Kash made a flying trip CIRCUIT COUHT. chicks and one egg was found lYU-eeks- , Mrs. Callie Efakeeship, U. W. Gardner. Saljeravile Jndct, from Landsaw to Hazel Green this ing on the ground. Ur.e of the Floyd Arnett, Neols, Commou! Be. wife of A. J. Biankeaht, peeeed week. wealth's Attorney. children brought this egg to the to. her eternal reward hr oalock Ho. J. Licden. Clerk. A Mr Williams, of Indianan- - house, wrapped it op and it Thursday night, in Coereaes 1st Monday in February, tri tk MmtdayJnJIay, and 1st Monday iulp75s; is hsre.td work OU the new hatched out a well developed chick nmph of a chriitiaaittfi. Sefiember. with f jur legs. Who con beat it? dormitory. Before her marrig ciie Ws THE fiCKAlrR iLOOAL ' , it i t"I.MWlllltlHlllHWWwf A .. - r mm Gourtisy Y Owi. courts. J t ; ! a Sill -. The nicest courtesy you can show your guests is to haTe their visits mentioned in these pages. The vou can snow your -;,TOlTrour; inends is to let them learn of vour Twits through thrse pagfg when ever jou uo away. And we will consider it a courtesy whenever you give us an iteui of any kind. both (n t.m. c William and Martha i.., Hoa.T.C. Holloa, Wert:. " l ha nnWiahpn in hnnt fnrm deceased, and Wft Hof G. C. Allen, County Attorney. 42nd Vprl,cr?x. Hon. A. Comb? bnerffl. Bushton Illinois 2, ilon. Taylor t5iioti.v , fcupelndent of Wherever The Herald has eone!"- - She ffaS Lan Dvidaon, one Lf the lead- - iu skenship, 1S91, to Andy J- - , Schools. Melvin Roman is reported verv j i u is i' sua 'xavu uncu iquu uiiu ap- - t r r xt IVOR AKsCr. nUn .IlKCM htr.;i. uu rtL t. j ing farmere of Grassy, was In town " 3 ill this week. precialed. In the contents will be wllu Hon. G. W. SalJey, Jailer. .. . Wednesday. Hon. E. J. Creech, fcrarve j iuauj uiau una ugici tijjjjtaic Mrs. Ona Oakley is very sick this! f hfm Robert Cecil and wife of B.,hel,i print before. The price of the bo seV6D fhl,fW"' week. couxi coLirr aer Ohio, are here on a visit to his ook will be within the reach t f all wawpreaeut J. D. Rose, Judge. mips Beulah McGIure and Wen- T.XHolSon, CHerk. ,rs. aeatn. ineir name- brother, C. W. Cecil. Convenes on 1st Monday in menth. a tele-Archie Johnson placed Xseff, Miss Glenn, Mfce Irene, !do11 Day arrived here last week to QUAETEKLY COURT, Mrs Calla Pieratt and daugh- phone in the home of W. S. Tntt j jonn aud jBPenda month with .Mrs. J. W. Convenes ist Tuesday in March, 1st M Wallace, Tnesday in June, lm Tnesday in ter, of Murphy fork, were m town at Campion last week and nowjoian. Besides herhXaEand and ' motley and friends. 1st Tuesday in December. shoppiK Wednesday. Silas can tell his friends from bis1 children 8he is survived1; by four Mis3 Estelle Catron and Mrs. FJSCAI.C0UET. morn rrrtf i raa (hat. ha WAnts trt lip Cpnrenes - lstTiedav in Auril Willie Catron were the guests of . Leaben, Alien a hustimg yenug i jistxuasaay in uctober. ownLy Jor the next Strs. T. M. Lee, a twin f.Ur, Mr. Mrs. Beve Spence o Sunday, HAG of 6q,pton, was here 1.iUttfnl. lib COUliT'S. ' A. O. Pie.att. ira Cnudiff First District, B. A. Dunn. Third Fri- Saturday on business. f day in each month. IMrs. Lizzie Byrd awsJohn il. n'p,urphyrUd Mamily , The Hazel Green Cemeterv As- i Second Disttict, J. 1L Brooks. Fourth ... " V. w were the . Wallace 01 Montgomery couuiy. iiiss aaiiie aamnle. of Jacv rnday in each mnaih. :: .i 1 ! nmnlf TV?rfl i iw r ahcu. c econuiKodj is naiiuiti iier Slater,1 airs, Uociation will tiikl ivilii ai'i J2j.i Burial will take piaSatrday, y guests of Deuzil Hill and wife' it ir r . KuBell on Friday, August d, , . ! . eh momb Suturdav -"'- -V" Fourth District, G. W. Spencer. itbeiHgthe regular time for the;""-- c, Fifth District, l'r-ttuts iariu ui x. ui.xrtjt? on Uollon u"uyt)i ia voiy jji wim v..x,. Hixlh District, A. R. Hatton. in at nis- -will e preached atomach trouble. Funeral o57CSth District, H. H. Kash. temporary residence at the Swango!5 requested to be present. h- Eighth District, It. H. Twlfcee F1rstIcdttageon !' , J AcKeii and family were i - no , " the camnus --,. wr . torn ' i onrap . Saturdsy in each month. i ai iwwmvv-- . onn i; Hflro ie rr iii7B wnii mhs - w. www. loe ainuer guests ot Mrs. Leonard POLICE COURTS. been for the last five or six years of which communion -- tamper, of near Camp Campton J. Sundav Reynolds, Judgf. 1st I T. F. S j: nuav. Kelly NSokeli's farm, bought kenship was a consistent member. ton, was in these parts last Sat- ej Day reported danger-- ; Hazel Green R. P. i?wano, Judge. 4th urdavvisitiDP relative rsoentlv from Cnrt Rose some In the death of Mrs. Blauken-- ! Friday, ouslv ill. Hand for $650. Joel will move (ship the community sustmns a 7 m TT ..1..' The son of Roland Nickell off i. iianKg, a nustnng drum- - Uhortlv to his nw place distinct lo3s. her children u fond OHIO AKD KEITUGKY RAILWAY. nior of Campton, passed thru town husband a good Oklahoma iB visiting his aunt, Miss Cathervn Cecil, the effi- - mother, and her Sunday for parts unknown. M. . Mrs. Leonard Mnrphy. Itecelrer. cieut clerk at Cecil & Son, is play- - wife. J. 3i. Murphy and family were A Growingjil. NO. 16. Oct. 31. J9I5. John T. Crain, ooe of Maytown's iS the role of bou9keper for Charleston visitors Saturday after her brother, F. F. Cecil, in the One of the many growisg evils foremost citizens and business j SOUTH BOUND men, was m town Wednesday. 'absence of his wife, who is m a of this country today s the city noon. j Lomsviiie hospital. mail order store. In jour town, Z Mrs. Isaac Adams is on the sick tla3 Tntt, candidate for Count v SO 17 E and R' P' SwaSaye the where we have the best of stores, list. Daily Clerk, was ia town Saturday and STATIONS H; the most honorable merchants, and ivasn lt &wanS .teiepnoue line An elaborate affair wss given at Suaday mieling with friends. ' t j u 4Q Xjokinj: Itivor senoral straiahtanine from Hazel nuBrB SOOUB are "olu " a arS'" ' , hnm. r " ; small n8 to afford a espeotable R. J. McLh. left the firBt of the;Gr j to Slaytown last wlc, and Jlalone (MMM...M.M.... 1- Hfw. U. D. COIJXTY 07F1;SES. Roe, JmJge. James Brown made a LA trip I Uncle Sam is . it,; at present prepar- - UB4" "u flpril f x - I BEmdf F f fS.mL'TJJI 3HH0b9P iHVcb j J w 1 1 ja Sep-tenbe- r, Trn OT 1 1 wf 1 1 1 IgTE-A- wfe Me . We BANK WITH US. pay 4 per cent interest on thai depitx. " . rv;-;.- i- -- 1 ...l vi-t- a"dHargis Commercial Bank & Trust Company Ja ckson , Kent ucky. i H at. ,vy J ' . 7T ! la'e I : , ,nH,y 7 ..i00, DEVELOP YOUR OIL LEASE! WITH I Mr8--d -- STAR DRILLING MACHINES THE MACHINE WITH A REPUTATION - I j ! ( THE STAR DRILLING MACHINE CO. AKRON, OHIO. ! J i L : j Caanel Gtty Helealiawa City Cancy ... mcrnhnnfR to nav theati ft fanrvl. ice cream and cake were served, . price for butter, eggs aiid poultry, ... NORTH BOUND All were loud m their praise of for their pumpkins, potatoes, to- . the enjoyable event, and pro- matoes, beans and apples, and; No. 20 . m j!nouu:eMr. McLure a most excel-the- n Dally they take the monsy . P-- M. , . . , Kentuckv Gir . but ho3t. jiuui uui uoluu mei uuuu t aim sbuu Jcson .M O..K.JonoUon.; it to the mail order howe in the Lost 4 ,.W 1,1 ftart v TEeSCHtt LU.JUHI cit'. There is ueithtrcojipmy L 4 rr or honor in such a mainf3r of do- - Hazel Green a black- pocket-boo6 15 .Gannel City j 12 10 Vrn ran ivrifn it. containing a number of checks ing business Cane- 12 li Mai ear j 12 S down in your hat that! as a rule and money orders but uo money, .... Index Si Licking River j 12 d the mail order house i? swindle. Finder will plpase return to the etfe reward, nomeroifc?. j . Owen of Maytown, is Oar citizens who patronize them a"ftrfjfned an of&)00, James I. Hollou, L.J J. M Tester, of Stillwater, can - running the blacksmith shp be- - should be compelled, so ship their, Submarined, j Uidate for County Attorney, was irim to Jntlge tr. W. Wtoeeier, butter ami eggs to thm. There' cme iu aud had is not a business mac ih our town'; While ou his return with the j 'in Hszel Green Wednesday greet- - jand lhis w8e Bant, TnQ Eferail sent to Iris family at who will not duplicateheir prices ; mail from Index on Tuesday, Wil-fing his many friends. WIXCHESTEU, KV. j the same quaHtyo&goodsi and lie Ross, the carrier, came vory Maytown. ! Fred Cope of .Jackson: W. J. he who turns down Kisfhome mer- - nearly being drowned, A heavy Tha Booslnr Club has Capital Surplus, $300,000, I Sunday of Oklahoma, s cbauts to patronizel'these fakirs rain had caused the ford of G.rassy Green billed th:s we&k with is l of Gamwinii wrA rwof u j Deposits Over Half a Million. ' far from being a Jbyal, patriot- - noar the home of L. G. Caskey to posters for the Chautauqua which; ! tors at Ui Cecil hotel. '?. ic and good citizjn. become very much swollen. When I TOUR 1CC0UKTS SOLICITED. will ba held at West Liberty on j ne e,,ered the ford the water was COEHESPONDENCE IKYITED. Little Geneva Kash, of Laud- - August 10, 31. 13 and 18. What's the'TJse? saw, was a ptiarant visitor this; It is of little usefor the local formidable, but jwhile crossing the i of water y H". M. WITHERSPOON, - President, j week at ths home of her grandma, Duing a storm Tuesday even - editor to u: SPHAR Gashler. t 1r. R. n : n : ujhujj t l. l Mrs. E. C Ka.ch of this plaee. ij'jwiu f.nmo rinwn nnnn him nnn fho a i t. tDOUiP i j tUfr llgOLHIIlg irilCK iu milK " "piUOJU on Hiram's Branch and burned a town when the citizens all stai d horse and buggy in which ho was A. B. Kash and wife and 0. N. the hise and three o e hundred ar-- . uud with their "hands in their riding. The force of the water fvHcn and U'if mccaH ihrAnirli mir pockets and indifferently wait for upturned tne buggy and com- J?.. tanks of oil. city on Saturday for Lee City to; barrel and jSomelhing to turn urn If the cap- - pletely inundated the whole out- visit their sister, Mrp. Le Hose. A. H. and Claude Stamper, of italists or business men do not put He happened to catch a root Mort Combs and Howard tam - Cai,,pt"' sold thie wek to James their shoulders to , the wheel and'ofa nearby trde and saved him- prof Caniptou.and Green Iacy f Drake' tf tbe 3(11116 PCf lhsiri do a little boosting if is useless for self out. The hitile which he was of Morgan county, composed .an iProPrly ou Plummer streot ; price the editor to try andboom things, driving was with some difficulty . C. MIGKLL i' 1.500 buggy and got, lie can write articles till h gets cut loose from autu pirty that was heie last Sat HAZEL GRKEX, KY oufc. On the nest day the buggy ibaldheaded. but if fho citizens' urday. Lige Blaukauship, a former All Guaranteed themselves do not tike hold and wa3 fonnd, lodge.I some distance , Mifs Daisy McLiu, th attract- - j resident of this place, but now rf push, the town wilPfforever stick jdowu the crefek, and the mail, ive daughter f R. J. McLin and MirJdletown, OhK is here this in the mud. Of what use is it for pouch was fonud about two and a wife, left Monday morning for a t week on a visit to relatives and the local paper to suggest improve- - half miles down the stream. visit to Winchester friends and frieads. ments and new enterprises if tbe To the Ladies. ' other points. o i: Vntl fn fro- on Prna C f irrcr nf fjyj- - tsugsatioua ait; uevoi uutcu ujjuijj Mrs. F. N. t)av announces to Win. HuH, of Murpby 1 lie u,"- - tl,tau' Ui "' i 'boight two fine mare mules here Fruit and Shade Trees. Grane . . : 1. e. the ladies of Hazel Green and su iJ i: win uegiaa to Know mat snej Wednflyj on8 from Jack PflCk j require Vines, Shrubs. Ro, s, Rhubarb, rounding country that she is now ! the citizens. When one man shoul- 1 HaVel Green tjus j &ud PW5 Aspere-gnc,oaing out faer aprhjg and wr Strawberries, the other f rom Bm Clark ' dors a town and attempts to carry mmm linfi of hntR nnd miHinPPv week for a few days' visit to iefa- tatoes, etc - it, there are always glot of cranky ' tiveS fiends. Emmett Swimme, of near Lexgoodg at (hJ Jowegfc pog8ibie l)rny5 -- TerytkiBg for Orchard, Laws & Garden. top of to make klckers readf inRtw but brU r'Dd reaFed large and va- r00m for NO AGENTS, !?J:l -this the load. Unity of action is what ried stock of Iate 8amm:r Mjd faI, 5 1 Campton F. HILLENMETER SONS, ' KnOCKS. i trl-- vicjf it(t guuus. au.; i Wilhhrst O. & K. J aEot5ou. Jaek58ii... i Yeruon Phillips of Mize, youngBill Ghildeas, of Maytown, wss est con of F. M. Phillips, is raising was hare last Saturday and took ginseng on a spotof land near the the ''kiddies" of the town an auto residence of his father. We did ride. not learn what druggist would get Ke. 16 4l DaHy J tWi Old Uncle Milt Ohair has been i A.M. very sick,but is improving now. j The many friends of Mrs. Nau- $r. ash is the attending phy- - uie M. Kash will be grieved to llqTnn. ) : r ji,axrt.tbat h8xand?tion aVSt. Jr-seph's Ho?p'tUl is no better and ltubert Johnson, who has been , , , . ner aeatn is mauer oi oni J n j at Irvine lor some time, came up Lnai f L -i 'Winchester and possibly ton. Lesing-- , and itioter service. Lf nttda nf rfnllore nrp nnnnnllv cont iiu -- fr.a Liiu f ...... wait uiuui -r- - , rinncnn uuuasa r ui uui , The fete. " " vummiusi, -. m social conversation and; lawn fc i :AND: CONSIDER YOURSELF CAPABLE :OF: : MM j ... k 1 , Law-son- , ! J j Make up your mind to. save One Thousand Dollars. Start a bank account and persevers. You can do it as easily as others have. You must start before you can finish. He Wittesier or ; - ! , i and-Sila- R-li- ffe 'Tu 1 i H-e- Ti Effl JB. F. ' C 1 Hazel Green, Kentucky. CECIL, m mi R. A. KASH, Vice I i j i President. DORSET C. Pres. j ; on-nC- .-. ROSE, Cashier. ! ! j JEWELRY REPAIRING Vo-- : ! ; JOHNW. DEAN, KENTUCKY. I have been in the Constructing Business ,for years and am prepared and know how to do your stone and cement work properly. I make a specialty of nke cement walks, and if you need work of that kind write to me. Will furnish bond that my work will be satisfactory and according to contract. JACKSOX. General Contractor and Builder ! lilt e. j ' . : Wanted! 1 -- ; . ; j J A ; 1 . ug s, ad j THE SIGN FOR QUALITY Every- i- - ! ! I. Jl "hv?T. . li- I" on. Itif T.TTTVflTnv "V rltl? : ! Branch ti.i- liiu.o ii canaiaate ior tjonstauiB, gave ns j Pierett, of Esel, can - York this week than it has been 80me valuable aid press day, and ' I will pay fur nv Wirtcii or , date for RprestiUtive from the .for some time. On Wednesday if thev are as good, at political Clock wfaiohi can aol put in good rua- - 6nties ol Wolf and Morgan, W. J. Kollon and A. C. Pieratt v,ork aa thev are at turnine the ning order. ' was fit town Wwhjesday and took purchased a new Ford machine 'trlorv wheel " they sure must be ' ,, , .. . . . TT r, TT Springs, I M ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY WORK. , oiH'r at me laaxei ttreen noiei.jtnd win in tne near luture ran a; classed cracker-jackTbe public is cordially invjiwl to csH regular autoniobi!e line between Mrs. Forrpst Cecil, who left here The Mountain Oil Company G. LOCKHAET, They rppairiojr. A'l wwt jrunraHteed. or. clock brought iu a wellonlhe Clayton tCLonrl a nrmverinrf fl rTl!f fVlA rforI i r it.cn A r4rA! farm this '.week which . sacn a wav as wi nujce me passage; j stomach trouble, is reported to be turned out to be a dry, hcle. ,. CAMPTON, KY., . of aiitomobilas to tbe station pos-- i ry ciomg at L preseni At Br.dge, JACKSON. KY. George Steeje and.:Andy Clonse, fs prepared to do any kind ol work in his fi f and at very tirHB. Pn mnfnn fho PTTinllW nf f Via line on short notice Hazel Green reasonable j and run their machine regularly for April, price3. Will be al August and November, with headquarters j Sam Kash, wife and daughters, so that people can get to and Cumberland Pipe Line Co., were at the Day House. &BEEK HOTEL TIE who have been on a visit to Mrs., from Haael Grpen easily a great in town Thursday. jj Kasb's. brother. Steven G. Sample many people would come heiej Lient Arch Cope, dl Jackson, is IJLZEL GREEN, KY. .t ......... ., j m i& r BOOKKEEPING aud wile, at Jtona. lexas, lorgoii.e uiri omerwiee wouui seK some here this week trying to gPt re Bes I MM, P iwef raky MifiS NANCY M. MAI'K, Maxaok rvLUjroeti iwbw Monday ..Ibr good piece more accessible, cruUg ffjr UdcIb , lime pKSt, j9rTO- -' TYPiiWRi 1 INGaai 1 Samarm:r, : TELEGRAPHY rits They;L-tbe guid work go "on. Thej o J" nil Inr hrm Hre nr iiuirA. CTttmiilfr- CQLLEtE Van B. Elkitis, cwdidate fnr W1LIUR X.SMI1 H lUSlNESS V.iTMHJ. terms of the more automobiles we have in the ctal travelers and tHl Operators ?olicitl. speak in glowing u4 ftiruiar, t J6.m win Kf. r. !! fNtTnf fllorl- - toe .mi town 'km It PmidDt h 7e rbf erperieaw in ktereatlla T.I.i :t " itegaiar ooaroers accommouaum. xruc n tSetern c uutry, and ail rtport a country tne sooner Wfi W.ii nave "WJ jekrs edocUng ayJ j" ndUvkinRb!nM.-l- s bet tiie Kiarki't affords Clean, cuiu fort- - most enjoyable time. week"mingling witb,frjends. - JITH. ltxbHrtw, Ky. good roads. j i4e. raoias, $50 REWARD! Uiis-Pu- Green last Saturday much aeiignt, oi relatives ana trienas. : Hazel Green Has a Fliwer.J j Lthr ti.j n wjacu o , ! 1 i L. uomus and Mrs. u. . jlh i. all ... K Jacksou ot ij8avl,le' nnd registered at ijwaugo bDriuSs ilote1' flua aro on the hdaling waters of Swungo! iir3. 1j. i. jones, iirf. thing aDd,te" t for Oil Wells rns"cae 1 Stores AT Irvine A HO Winchester i . i ! s. i -- Vw W. B. LARKINS JIEL tf ; a I mm DENTIST yr OIL WELL SUPPLY GO. Main Offices: PITTSBURGH x j u. ' -f 4 ! ; Let The Herald Do Your , 1 .1 ? . ! ; : t J .1 . ' ... y fJOB PRINTING . ; ' ! !. t tTX First Class Work, Reasonable Price; 1 "L " - iBM- -r. ..THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD . . ; j ! j which was then a part of Morgan, fellow, who hti been enfied in j ' MAYTOW. i ' v?'tajr I They spent some few years of their transferring the buiines men to f MIDDLE GILLMORE I ! MrsrL&ura Linkous ia very sick married life in that place, alter the oil fields, sold his horses andsf which they moved to Montgomery outfit to the amount of f 550. very busy taking at tliia Farmers are county and Jived there a number; Gharley Potu and james Lacy, CLUB care of oats in this section. Ja'ines Ingram and wife were of years. They also lived in Meni-jo- f Hew of Wolfe and Adjacent Counties by m Bunch 0amptorJt were in town Satur-- . School began here last Monday guests of Oweu Lawson aud family fee county for some time and later jd What's tbe attraction, boys?The Herald has ade arraf e Able Peacil-Pusher- s. Sunday afternoon. with Granville Rose teach er, moved to May town aud lived here ''k i meats with many publishers of daily uojr wuut u Francis Fallen of Daysboro is Henry Rose, of West Liberty, until old age would not permit! and weekly papers wherefcy it. ctw lioi untrue xuna auu fer to Its readers desirable daily ami DOINGS DOWIT ON THE FARM. candidate for county attorney, was them to keep house any longer j 01Q vifaiting her brother, It. A. Kasb, fi,nM t.hn t.hv bv ho Btvinai wife dled F"dT night, its weekly papers in connection whfe The for a few daye. and will gather inonrfvillsge last week. being caused by measles settling Herald at n cossider&nle sayis while there. some blackberries Mrs. John Anderson and little with some of tbjir children. They on its lungs some months ago. It over tbe price if ordered aisjlf. Go spent Saturday night daughter, Opal, of Ezel, were vis are the parents of seven children, was laid to rest in the Bush grave- over the following hl aad pick cat Ida Gibbs visited then daughter, Mrs. G. B. Stam itiug relatives at this place last five of whom are living. They yard. per, last week. the one that suits yor particular MMPTOJf. have 32 grandchildren, 45 greati Miss Mary Wyatt, who for several seeds and order from s at oc. Roxey Gibbs and wife ppent week. Mrs. G. O. Adams was called to grandchildren and one years was superintendent of the cooking Mrs, Nancy J. Luso of your Rusk Etbs, for the past several years department of the Combs Hotel under Sunday night with his mother, been mar- the bedside of her mother, who is Hazel Green Herald They have .$1,G toyyas visiting her daughter, Mrs ried 73 years and have been bless- suffering from asthma. eosi4ere4 tfee champion hunter of this the management of the late 5. S. Combs, Mrs. Francis Gibbs. k 1M Y. Wurld G.A. Sample, aud family thiB ed witb good health the gseater informs us tint he w ao loager to is now at the Campton Hotel, where she place, Hixie Gibbs is building a house Mrs. Gordilla Vanderpool and Total Value. bo considered as tuck, ami that he has assumed tbe same management Ia.it Monweek. for John Sebastiau at Daysboro. Our Piice to yo........r..... 1.65portion ot tneir lives. iney are two daughters, Mrs. Theresa , succeeded in Undine th game he was day morning. to the Hursts, Taul-- ; ama and Ms Bonnie Ferrell, will visited related Wilier Moore aud wife We save you c looking for. Carl Cundiff ia now conR. A. Kash is still in very bad Dale Woodson and Ballard Van cleave, sidered tbe most famous in this line at thellafter's parents, Hazard Djwn- - bees aud Kashes, all prominent j leavQ tne grgt 0f tne wee for Lex. Hazel Green Herald. health. who have been with G. W. Salley for a the present writing. families of Wolfe county. They Cincinnati Weekly Esquirer...,. few days, gave bond Monday and are Fern Fallon was visiting Bonnie ingand wife, at Wellington Sat will make their future home with inston whBre they will make their People's Home Journal (mn'Iy).. .75 ,fi4 Xns- G. W. Lovelace, of Stillwater, is urday add bunday. futura home. free again until circuit court Gibbs Saturday night. Farm & Fireside .5 Mrs. A. C. Oliver, place. "here with'fcer sister, MrsjAbuer Moore, who has been their daughter, Lila, at this Bro. Ira Wells has been herej Todavs Magazine (with 1 Mmy The selective service, like the recent who is very low with stomach trouble, Jim Gibbs wont to Lacy creek May they live to enjoy many more ManlOH patlers).... .......... grand jury, seems to have hit in high visiting her daughter, Mrs, Jaine since last Friday aud delivered an- - j days together, and may their last The infant child of Andy Clouse and places here. We learn that among the Sunday. There must be someTotal Yalae,,. .JUS-i- Wilson, at Mt. Sterling, the past other good sermon. wife died on the 15th inst. and W2 bur- - lucky numbers are Rush Evans, Assist thing doing. ........ t wi Our Price to yoa days be their happiest. weekhas returned home. Jessie. Jed in the Evaua graveyard. Col T. C. Johnson, of Lee coun- ant Cashier of the Farmer's and Traders' We save you $t 6U Among the Sunday visitors of . ty, and, san, C. X., of Campton,1. Bank; James Swope, agent of the Hixie Gibbs and wife JB!$i Neff, Mrs. Voluoy Henry T. Coons and family have Rev. J. were his TORRENT. . $iM S3oved into the house with Uncle Fay- Mountain Central R. It., and Andy were in town Monday extending j Hazel Green Herald: and tpo children, and Miss Loma Fur-li- u The Evening Post (daily) by the Clouse, telegraph operator for tbe pump mother, Mrs. Francis Gibbs; j Home & Farm. Charles-tculilette Fholl, he being left alone .58 Ber'y picking-i- the style amocg friendly handshakes. Gibbs and wife; James. Lacy Mcivabb left Monday for dec Ik of fck wife s few weeks ago, and station for the Cumberland Pipe Line Nightingale. where they will visit rela- the ladies here. 1 4jQt Total Value who was Mr. Coons' mother. Mr. Shull Co. All these gentlemen are married, and wife; Ransom Gibbs; Jabile Our Price to you tive's and friends for about two ..u .3.75 Fallen, wife and baby. Mrs. A. J. Legs is on the sick past S6 years of age, and this family have wives, but no children. is IPomeroyton. weeks. We save you 75c list at this writing. has moved in to take care of him. Cowboy. t With this order UPPER GILLMORE. Misses Gertrude OldSeld. and will give you free,the Evening Post Maynsrd Lovelace, of Stillwater, and delivery charges Lizzie Boliog, of Campton, were quietly Salley .were the pleasant prepaid, 6 hardy ever blooming rosea On account of the death of Mrs. Isa- 12 grafted apple trees. married Saturday night at 7 o'clock at elle Nickell we failed to get out our iff guest of Winnie Catron Saturday, and 1 redDuroihy Perkins, The rces are I the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stam- letter last week. night and Sunday. b. white Maman Cochet, 1 per, Rev. L.T. Allison tying the nuptial Critmuw Queen, I Sunburst J RadiThomas Taulbce of this place made a i McsJamss 'Bruce McClure and ance. The apnle trees are 3 Deliknot. They left immediately in G. W. business trip to Campton Friday. ' p Center's automobile fcr the home of the $i Bud Nickell are visiting their cious, 3 Jonathan, X Styncan O. B. Linkous of Stillwater culled on and 3 Wealthy. groom's parent, George Lovelace and ihjluiece, Mrs. Lizzie Swango, who wife, at Stillwater. The bride is a . W. Burcham Thursday night. ILOO Haiel Green Herald ,:' has ben ill for some time, aud wet Cincinnati Pat (daily )... daughter of B. F. Bolin of near town. The little child of Bud Campbell and $(H ij jare glad to hear that she 13 slowly-) .50 Farm A Firts'de Miss Creasy Allen, after spending two wife is not expected to live. regaining her health. Todays monthly) a .50 Bonnie, the little daughter of Scott weeks with her parents at Lee City, re SO Woman's World (monthly)- W M.G. Cottle, wife and childronj Farm Fjgineering (monthly)... 50 turned Saturday to the home of her Nickell and wife, is very sick brother, G. C. Allen, where she has been Jfii were the guests of Mrs. S. H. 3iay Mrs. Mollie Burcham is suffering very 46. TmJI Value staying for the past three months during much from having hor tooth taken out. family Sunday. Our Price to you............... 3.G5 the absence of Mrs. Allen, who is at S3lvia Spencer spent Sunday with We save you i35 jj Wash Childers and wife, who have Ashville, N. C, for her health. Maude and Laura Tester. been visiting their daughter, Mrs.j Hazel Greeft Herald- 1.0O . Mrs. S. B. Allen, of Berlline, is Rev. J. W. Burcham preached at the j)jLee McGuire in Kansas, passed; Louisville Herald (daily) 3 (K) ing her parents, Judge aud Mrs. B. D. Frank Johnson school house Sunday. X thru here one day last week for? Ruse, this week. Total Yalue. He reports a good meeting and a large 3,40 M their daughter's home at May-- ! Onr Price to you JL B. Gregory, wife and baby, of Ra- crowd. town. s;ve you 60e We venna, are here visiting Mrs. Gregory's W. S. Shackelford, the machine man, mother, Elizabeth Chapel. There is a protracted meeting j Hazel Green Herald delivered a fine machine to Thomas LOO f 0U going on at this place now. Bro. Louisville Times (daily) nV Alexander and Jim Smith, of Taulbee. We think Mrs. Taulbee was Fr well pleased. Yocum is preaching for us. Wej Bearpen, visited StewaitCox Sundaj. Total Yalue. MM 5.00 Our Price tyout... L. E. Smith and wife made a business are having good sermons and large! who is teaching school Misk Calla Tutt, I i THE HERALffS m-iiitn- $t tof - BARGAINS , uger dth . ; Thrice-a-Wee- --$"--0 - j Ad-close- ly fiwi-nm'!y- , t ., s ! slHattie ! MyMa-rvlan- d, 1 ! Wi&e-sn- ! (twice-a-m'th- j ; j ! j s ( ' : .4-1.0- 1 at Wilburst, spent Saturday d Sunday trip to Lcc City Saturday. Mrs. Angoline Ely was a pleasant call- with her slater, Mis. J. H. Stamper. or on Mrs. Mollic Burcham Sunday. Willie Stamper passiti through towu Mollic Mac, the little daughter of Tom Friday with a nice bunco of cattle for Taulbee and wife, is very sick at this the Winchester m: rkeU writing. J. S. Miller and W. H. Oliver last James Burcham made a business trip week were out in the bills trying to buy sheep. They secured '450 h?ad by pay to Stillwatur one day last week. e price. ing a Scott Nickel! was at Lcc City one da3' The drill is still going on tbe Stamper last week having some dental work done. well No. 1. Tbe leaec owners, as we are Rebecca Lindou called on Virginia and informed, say they are going on down Cappie Smith one night hist weok. ' ISA until they find oil, China or the other Mubcl Ely spent part of Inst week be beneath country that is supposed to with hor grandmother, Mrs. Angeline Ml us and reputed to be a very hot one Ely. K They, a re nowSO feet in tbe oil sand. Henry Bradley and wife called on flji Capt. S. B. Smith has bad luck mixed Scott Nickell aud wife one night last1 iu! with good luck. He recently leased his week. farm near town receiving a bonus of Osa and A&i Ely of this place depart- - ? $3,000, which we are glad to report. But cd Wednesday for Middlotown, Ohio:, Wj we are sorry to report his bad luck n'lioro tliov will wnrL-- Thnv wpri nr. VA v During tbe bail and wind storm his corn compauied to Lee City by their mother, ft J 00 acres was blown who. wc know, will be very lonely, as crop consistinc of l down and the hail beat tbe stalks Into they were the only two boys with her. the earth. He also had in a large acre Died, July 15, Mrs. Isabelle Nickell; ( age of oats almost ready to harvest after an illness of seven wesks. She vas ft which was alo ruined. His loss was 64 years and three da3s old at her death, k$1,000 at the least estimate. -- I.MJ .t. - moiner oir tiuvfii cuuuiuu, uie ...thuw v it tne O. S. Gosney, of Avant, Oklahoma, eight are living. Six were present at U and two sons of B. T. Gosney of tbe cm- . u i .:ti. same place, are here visiting their fa i! her son, Scott Nickell, and was there at ;h ther and grandfather respectively. C. the time of her death. There was a va- H. Gosney. nant ennt Jr ktinvnn t.hr Sflvinr onllfH mir it'.f ""w Harris Arnett moved Tuesday to bis dear mother to fill. Her work on earth property purchased from G. C. Allen. isjUonc, ber dear body must be still, her fnj Mr. Allen will move to Winchester this spirit has gone to heaven above its va- - vWj week, where he baa for some time con cant place there to fill. There is one hope we still hold doer, we'll meet ourjjKduoted an oil brokerage office. mo h ?r in heaven above where nartinc V m Mrs. A. C. Oliver, who for two years wc will never fear. has been a sufli r. r with stomach troub'e, Blue Eyes. and for the past six weeks has been con fined to her bed, left Monday afternoon Murphy Fork for a Lexington Hospital for treatment Sbe was accompanied by her sister, Mrs Buford Marphy and family spent j G.'W, Lovelace of Stillwater. Sunday &- - 1 ft We save you $1.00 attendance. I Henry Davis came home Sunday Hazl Green Herald . .$t.0fc afternoon to attend the meeting.! Ixuietou Leader Olaily & Suh). 4.00 i i war-tim- i 8 i I I GC I fiedly-for 1 TAULBEE 9 1st Legislative District. - 1 1 Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for j 1 REPRESENTATIVE am amative sou of Morgan County, was educated in Morgan and Wolfe and am a lawyer by profession. Ueing one of the uiuuiitain people, I shall fight lor their interests, the protection, of their rights, and to! give them a voice, in the affairs of our State'. I am airaiust graft and corrupt politics, and for abolishing boards and commissions crcatedfio give jobs to political pete. am uncjuali- State-wid- e our section of thej K buggy riding Sunday af- 9 j country .ternoou. They seomed to be en- -; joyii'g life to the fullest extent. There will be a spelling match. Tuesday! ij at Botts' school-hous- e between Long Branuh and that school. The ruward to the best J 'BpellHr will bu a scholarship to thu FreiiGuburg fccbool this next tirm. Evorybody invited to come. Several from May town aro at tending the meeting at this placo. j Come all you can and stay n3 longi as you can after you get . i Dewey Little attended school at : 'Trimble Bend Sunday afternoon.. School is progressing nicely at Long Branch, with Doyle McClureBobbie. I) as instructor, Richie wore in . ht-re- Ta ?Jfmrknr find- - Mtcs T.alis. j Tntal uur i:rice u VaruV..; i akc-- Wc save youfl .4, ?l f0 2 5) Hj.zei Green Herattiv, Lexington readrrishuutaun) ym Trttnl Value.... Y& Our Price to jju..,.;'. save .'.w,w . 3 00 50c The two next above ofters fur The Iferald and Leadtrara for one year. Fur Six Munihs iu?t one half price. ixingtiiu Herald (daily) Total Valuc Our Price to you........ We save you 50c Hazel Gteen HeraM .4l 5t0 00 ..46 00 ..... 5.&0 i ii Tbe above to covHed ihte ! tvno ae not available live within a radius regular earners. ife is THE HAZEL HAZSL CIEK I11AL1, XILXTDCKT. i - GHEEX, ) Dan Dots. Farmers are yet very busy fighting weeds in this section. Aunt Nancy Croft, we are glad to say, is convalescing from a very severe attack of pneumonia. j JWl, TM818IS! Grean to Helechawa aad back. Leave Hazel Green at 6:S0 a. ni. 12-0- 0 ' f I run a Daily Hack Line froat Uaael j i ! Strengtn to secure It. I earnestly Prohibition and shall fight with all my solicit your support I Mrs. Claude Stacy returned a. w. Arrive at Helecbawa Leave lielechawa at hi. home Saturday last from a visit Arrive at Hazel Green at 2:30 p. m. M to her mother, Mra- - Richard w ells Any one wishing to be taken t anv plce after arrival at Hazel Greta cb W iu Moutsmery couut- " secure my services. Ki fA j i daughters, JD. m Mrs. Charles Arnett and B. 3ioreneld, at west Ltb- Mrs.-! FARES REASONABLE. OLLLE ADAMS' T rr tt jiooerc naisey maae a nusmeESi m For a time here the honk of tbe auto-- trip to Stillwater Friday aud re Jnofrile was a signal for all tbe family to turned Saturday. run to the door to watch the horseless , Mins Minnie Miller, of Landsaw, is staying with Mrs. J. C. Lindon. Saturday uight and Henry Murphy of Ezel. , . withK4 iljj I Vl Qpjv this waaIt , PRIMARY ELECTION, l AUG. 4th, 1917. - fa Arlle Mann and wife were pleas-- j ant guests of Herman Fields andi family last week. , HURRY! HORRY! V'c can compound youi prescriptions accurately and scientifically and return to you by next mail. Ween in seed of drugs or druggists' sucsries, write us. We will look after your wants promptly and at rtswoo-a- b c price?. A complete line of wagon pass, John Rose and Harry Murphy end as an attraction since Henry Proffitt spent Saturday night with Bee; of Proffitt Bros.'s store, brought to town Rose, and they all took dinner a brand new Red Indian motorcycle. He can beat them at speed or anything else that goes to make a noise. Campton Graded High School opened Monday with a large enrollment with Prof. C. W. Wright as Principal; Prof. Pope, Ioterniediate Department, and Miss Christina Gibson, Primary Depart men I. A number of the. patrons were present, and all seemed interested and well p'eased with the corps of teachers Gibson bav Prof. Wright aud Mi taught here and gave perfect satisfac tion. but they are now put sec with Han y Murphy Sunday. reported a jolly time. Be'n All Murphy sold to Frank Clarke a nice hunch of sheep; price private. James Hurt one day laEt week got hadly kicked by a horse, but is improving fine. I ; or dinner on the ground, is the way we were learned to use tbeexpression. Any way, it will be ? fine place for the bun gry candidate to go. Or A Cecil audwtrifei of Hazel Green, Arlus Barker and Wm. Williams went out the other day a turtle hunting and caught ten, ajud they Sunday, the 20th, Rev. L. T say it was not a good day for turOn next Allison will preach at Bearpen school tles, either. bouse and there will be a basket dinner, Murphy and wife spent Isas Saturday night and Sunday "with John Testerman. Cowboy, isiist Glimbinj: hUis before we get. bakes us tired. tbejn; Childers, accorapauied by Valeria. his little daughter, Kathleen, aud Evorj'body seems to enjoy the raiu. MissRiith Wilis, motored Monday where the Blackberry nicking seems to be the order of the day in these parts. young ladies will visit their granfamily Miss Nancy Lnndrum visited Grnco dfather,. A. Childers, aud Ivash Thursday and V riday night, for ;au indefinite time and while Candidates seem to be joy riding these therkwill attend the Montgomery pretty girls good-byfaic --V" days, all expecting to be elected. Mesdames James and Porter Dr. Marion Center was called to see visit to Adams, of Indianapolis, Ind., are Alteriah Mrs. Roy Kash again Friday. Here L.C.Mcuire visiting relatives iu this towu. l ' - - uaUfl (kh lis ner ense iRiprunag. xfiba, Kan., J- - W. Childers of M isses Pearl and Laura Ledford,! Clarence HaJsev was tlteplcMant guosfc aud wIS better known as Uncle j of Mrs. Virginia Murphy ami family Sattwo of Torrent's most charming Wash old Aunt Julia, have again urday night and a horseback ride to the returnell to their native heath. belles, tookn.u r. i i i Ben Holtou aad family spont Sunday jalAsniev ont neio oaturaay anu ' to their advanced age it his parents. II. S. Helton and wife. with port a nice time, .1 aomethjug remarkaqlo how weiij be- Miss Myrtle and Mai very Speu-inJohn Murphy, of near Eael, called on they can get abnut, Aunt Julia he best girl near Valeria Sunday afterUncle Ovears of age and eutirotj cer spent Sunday night with their noon. aunt, Mrs. Daniel Booth, aud reWash flt Thev made tho Miss Liaaic Murphy was a pleasant trip' to and from Kausas by them-- d ported a nice time. guest of Grace Kagh Saturday aftornoon. selvej.hey were born ana reaieu Blue Ribboi. opttllsater, m tfnlffl. countv). Ireland Arnett, anW. toJef-fersonyil- le -e. Quite a number of oil men are prospecting thru here. They say Everett Ledford, who is in the j indications bids fair to begin1 service of Uncle Sam, visited rela-- j drilling at once. tives here this weak. Mrs. Rollin Carpenter of Logan, , Noah Chapman and Sterling ; West Virginia, is visiting relatives Bush, two of Torrent's charming here, gents, left Saturday to join Uncle j c Davig b bis school ouui b iu,Uw. u.uu.us pat.iS week ith a,nicQ enrollment. laat ! j ! .VXD ROX C.VXDIES. Wc will appreciatour JACKSON tre yaJc. eight-month- s' ft,Mre I I The young folks will have a boxj supper at Whites Branch school-- j house Saturday night next. RIFFLE DRUG OOIPAiY K.Y. I Siiy. sr i Mrs. Cleveland Mann and little daughter, Mattie Lne, will leave Sunday next for an extended visit HAZEL eIIX, X.Y. to Winchester and Mt. Sterling, Thk k to ayo4 wiT'tiiag I iMvtrabo and also attend the Montgomery jjwl die ia t mm fix hmUm. county fair. ut & a yourpelf moUy. I nttmj fm C ajcatiM up, correspondent!, we Wake 1m tar rm- BillJ. i bh m to 4e love to har frexn ail. i let this er wmmrtm, fatitajaf Hi ift Uka mm. Yo wi A lot of "gay larks" who SHOE SHOP ; ' -- - ail-arou- won't have the winf hUt to;do.oiafieifc ny-dlf- JygSJ sd ' 9-- f1 ,v " 5.. te JL r rr z:z .r- - vr.trr'istH -,.5. i- -