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hazel creen. ky.:
THURSDAY,: : MAY 99, 1913.
T. F. STAMPER FOR JAILER.
, . . -
uja:jr?n.jiijutof T. F. Stam-
3mituA--Trws1-. uv-t .. . v .. ii
T PST, ot -t-auipipu, who aspires to
the 'i'ce uf Jiiiler ot Wife coun
ty. Frank Stamper is to.,
tl ntllt TdtlmnUl!. .1. -1 . . li
.. -wv luiiiunrav .H'-ili, ' MI
with the people ot this county (o
need an introduction at our hands.
He haB served the people as Depu
ty Sheriff and as Sheriff for two
Terma, and in his whole official ca
reer he was uniformly courteous
to all citizens with whom he had
business, albeit he enforced the
law when duty demanded it, and
lie did it without fear or favor.
His Democracy is unquestioned,
for aside from his official career
he has always been a subscriber to
The Herald, which shows that
he is willing to support the party
organ both morally and materially.
He is well atted for the office of
Jailer because he served a term in
that capacity to the entire satis
faction of the people. His record
both as Sheriff and Jailer is ood
as good, indeed, as any official 'periment station and dean of the
in Kentucky. Speakingjof him aa'collfeSe of agriculture of the Fni
an officer a Democratic voter in veraity of Illinois. An address
this precinct a few days ago made! wil1 alao be deliverd by Commis
the remark. "Frank Stamper was' sioner John ". Newman of the
as good an officer as Wolfe county! StateAgricultural Department and
IgciWT and in all the official
positions he has ever held he was
uniformly courteous; moreover, as
Jailer and as Sheriff he proved to
bo absolutely fearless." And thi3
opinion is voiced by voters all over
the county. Aud aside from these
commendable characteristics a9 an
official, Frank Stamper has many
good traits as a private citizen. He
is ever ready to accommodate a
friend, as the writer can vouch, for
-on divers occasions when we have
beeu in Canipton he has extended
little courtesies that stamped him
as thoughtful and true. To sum
up the situation we say without
disparagement to any ether aspl -
rant that if the Democrats uoun -
uate him at the August primary
and elect h;m in November, which
is an assured sequence cf his nom-
ination, not a citizen of the county , a very low pric, saving th- I uyer
will ev-r have causa U regret it.;. ,100 to .dOO on his hcus. accord
But on the other hai.d they may mg to the edifice he elects to take,
point with pride to an cflicer who Head all about it on the s-ve: th
does his duty conscienciously and , page of this paper. And while at
consistently and without fear or i it read the history of dec ration
favor. Frank Stamper, a poor! day, founded by Gen. John A
mau asks your help, at.d August
2 is the appointed time
J. MOTT McDANIEL.
J. Mott McDaniel writes us frcm !
, .1 Ml.. ...wlr..- otii f 'V
i5eatiyvm uu - ... -; , wa5 calIed aml dre5,ed the wcuud3
requesting that we reproduce h:s nJ Mr IIollon ga a quart
picture aud two colutni.3 of pohti-j0frawlinseed ml to apply t0 the
cal boost in this issue. But our burn3) but ll0 further particulars
paper being practically in type ' are known,
yesterday evening wheL his letter, -
, , fl , ;. ;mtina-;Ki i As we go to pres3 the i.ews that
came to hand we find iKimpo33iMe l .
cametuua Mrs. lavlor Ringo tried to commit
to do so. V e auuouLce fcr h m,
however, that he will address the bolic acid? but onlv burned her
citizens of Wolfe county Monday, ' mouth ann face vpn. badlv
at Campton, on the Clark County j
pledge, and Democrats are mvutci
especially to turn out and hear him.
Herald and Enquirer only SI 40.
PROF. J. R. HACKNEY
In 3peaking of the commence-
'meut cf Hazel Green Academy
'in our issue of the 15th mst., the
faculty was complimented gener
ally, a few being individualized.
But the industrial department be
ing distinctive, some think Prof.
Hackney did not share in our mea-
sure of praise. To disabuse any
"uth idea we will state that in the
matter of accomplishment he wa3
'higher than any of them. He has
been teaching the voung men in
J mechanics, of which he is master,
uu " iiJoy will out team uiev iuu
a :r n mi 1...1. 1 .t i
arill Via mnefnfa
win oe masters, ror nis age uiere
. , ., . T. ? ,
13 prouauiy no man in rv.eiuucsy bu
well posted in intricacies and com
nUcfttio'ii". Ha can nut together
amy mana f rtnmnlinata mahon.
fill V llinun l HUUIUIIUULIjU 1UUUUUU
ism ever invented and in a twink
ling have it going right. And best
of all, he is a perfect gentleman
any and everywhere you see him.
His home is Versailles, Ky., and
his people are proud of him as a
genius and a gentleman.
NEW BUILDING DEDICATION.
We acknowledge the receipt of
an invitation to the dedication of
the Kentucky Agricultural Exper
iment Station addition, which will
be held on Tuesday morning, June
3, 1913, at 10 o'clock at Lexington.
Addresses will be made by several
distinguished gentlemen of other
states, who are interested in agri
culture the noblest avocation of
man including Dr. Eugene Dav-
enport, director of the Iilincis ex-
f others. 1 wenty-eight year ago the
a8ricuItural department was organ
ized as a distinct branch of the
Agricultural and Mechanical Col
lege of Kentucky.
NOT A SOULLESS ONE.
Not all corporations are soulless,
as evidenced by the Goodyear Rub
ber Company, Akron, Ohio, which
has 8,000 employees, 0 of whom
are women, aud the average wages
, , tl.. . v 1
i1" la -fww. .'ui uu.j
do they get living wages but the
oompany has recently purchased a
4o0 acre tract of land, laid streets,
and will build homes at from .5CO
jto jJ.OOO, which in turn will be
'30ld to employees at actual cost,
J and paid for by monthly rental,
The company contracts for these
houses iu bunches of 10O, and gets
, Logan, on second page
A child of Floyd Hollon and w ife
of Lacy creek was severely I timed
Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Center
Court House Burnod.
The court house at Campton was
burned this a. m. at 1 o'clock ; in
cendiary; 7,000, insurance $0,000.
FOR LEGISLATURE 91st DISTRICT. '
PCPII We are authorized to announce.
ULUlLi Ed. F. Cecil, of Consolation, a
a candidate for the Democraeic noraina-1
tion for Representative from the Ninety-
first district, Morgan and Wolfe counties,
subject to the August primary.
It I CIS We are authorized to an
ALLXIl nounce GBOVER CLEVE
LAND ALLEN a a candidate for the
office of County Attorney for the county 1
ot Wolfe, subject to action ot tne Dem
TuCTCD We are authorized to an
I LO I Clli ncunce JOHN il. TESTER,
of Giilmore Creek, as a candidate for
tae ciHce of County Attorney of Wolfe
County, subject to the Democratic party
in primary Saturday, August -, VJVi.
We are authorized U an
nounce Otis B. Linkoua, of
Stillwater, for the office of Assessor of
Wolfe county, subject to action of the
We are authorized to announce
Jeff 51. Rose, of Lacy crrek,
for the office of Assessor of Wolfe coun
ty, subject to action of the Democratic
partv. C0G!f?7 JUDGE.
We are authorised to an
nounce DR. O. M. CEN-
TBii a3 a candidate for the office of
County Judge of Wolfe county, subject
l the action of the Democratic party.
OflOC We a-e authorized announce
nUOLi .IiiKN D. KO-JK, .: uesie, as
IT. J ,. r r .lllilpp
Countv Cc-it, si.! ject to act oa of the
Democratic I art at Augus t r.mary.
We are autb r ri to an
..If .1. .. I Ml'
k- , - Tl l
Camrton, a ti candidate lor we cicoe o.
As-e'-orof W..fe Countyoul;ect to the
aci.or;.f tc D4n.ocraticju:ty.
,..,..- ... i auv y- - -, .,...!
We are authored to an-
nuiince Shiloh fevvango, of
Valeria, a a candidate fr srherin o:
Wolfe C u-tj. -ubjpct to Democratic
nriniarv in August, 191 5.
onMDO We are authcr'ied to an
bUmDO ncunce A. T. jThEAsUER
COMB- if Campton, a a Daciccratic
candidate for heritl" of Wt.:e county,
subjcot t acticn of the Auu: triaary.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.
SHOCKEY, nNoun"ee T&o?fhc3S;
of Rose Fork, is a candidate for Super-
lntendent of Sohoola for Wolfe county,
mbjoct to the action of the Democratic
We are autb rVe '. to an
lc . i-ce John W. lai..' ce. cf
Cam tin, a-a candidate torc-ujerinteiid-ent
c f cl i i-i cf Wu!fe c unty. subject '
totLe :tti' n t theLeniucr?tic arty.
H 'IiU.l.l V1 1 i I .
Wc are nuthc r'ed to
of Indev, for
crattc primary iu August.
announce :. a. OldCeld. Will nracttce in the Circuit Courta of ? erseTeryfaeility.andtheraostliberal'
County Court Clerk of . the Twentv-third Judicial District, the 2 teraiwithintheliralttof legitimates-.
-, ubiect to the Demo- State and Federal Courts, pay taxea fol -latlcli: . . icct-j.iy
HAZEL GREEN, KY.
Carry the Largest; and
most complete Stock of
Up-io-This Dote Goods
Ever seen in the Mountains.
NO SHODDY OR SHOP WORN
That's where we are short, but you can get 'em
at the "other fellers." Our are fresh.
JL M.J IJ V
COUTfTT COURT CLERK.
I PFPII We ar8 authorized to an
UUUILi nounce Samuel D. Cecil of
Hazel Green, as a candidate for tho off
loe of County Court Clerk of Wolfe
Ccunty, subject to action of the Demo
TIITT 'e areauthonzed to annctisce
lull V. Silas Tutt. of Campton, as
a caaii Jate for Cierk of the Wolfe Coun
ty dart, subject i Aujujt Dioucratic
for stats sitfiraa.
lnurTT We are authorized tu an
AnflUl 1 1 counce Charles D. Aruett.
of Wtit Libert, da taLdidate forf.ate
senator from th's (the IHtb) district,
suljec: to Democratic August primary.
PTllinrn 'e are authorized to an
01 AlflrCn. murceT h" bTAMEER,
of Campus, a a caad date for Jai er of
Wolfe Cot-ntj.sui jeot to action a the
Democrats at'Auuai prima -y.
-p I 'PT-v nm
ft.tLiLZ) . 1 KUtO
Fruit and Ornamenta Trees
Strawberries 3Jt-j.-j s
Hedging Crapes As
Evening for"Ore!i2iar, La, 62?i3n. '
No Agents FrS3 GatllogCfiS.
O. t. HlLLtiDliilbr. & OUaS,
pYLAMO C, MU3ICK,
con-reaidents, make collectiong, etc,
What You Knead
when you want flour white and de
lightfully flavored bread is a gcod
supply of PEA JtL Hour. When you
knead it you will never knead any
other brand, for it gives perfect satis
faction and success in the,making of
delicious bread that is craved by the
children aud the family in general.
If you love good bread try baking
with PEARL Hour.
Sold by E. A. JOHNSON, Hazel Green,
and other leading merchants in the county.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky.
JOB JM SKAIN, Manager.
Patronage of the mountain people (a
respectfully solicited and comfort gnat
anted. Good rooms, well lighted and
heated, 76o. to Sl.OO a Day.
Better rooms from $1.-V) to $5.00 a day.
Next time jou are in the city gUe THB
PHOENIX a trial nd you will make II
headquarters thereafter. Restaurant I
connection There aeala aro aecred t
to suit person and pane
OLDS Trial Bittls Fr
Jn. I. (M
tTrfiiu i.i.iu.ii murjiu muuoua
li im r:3m.iiiiiiiii.iTiiiiiiini ''
03. MONSY SEFU2fDEI.
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5! WINCHE-TEP., KY.
4 X. E. WirHE-i-,?ooK,Pre.
' V. R.sHAE.CaiLier.
Paid 0p Capital,
oo, ooo. eo.;
Uasiiiucip Deposit o
over : :
Thi cant J elicit the account lof
merchant?, faraerh, trader and bus-,
ine9 aen zeneraliTthrouzhout East-y
em Kectucky,and offers its cuhton-;
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