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PaM'tabed Every Tharsday it
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I Paper of Wolft Coauty.
JAMEt i. KOLLON, Editor-
iaWffift Frkc, Oae DUar a Year.
Xatered a eesd-cl6s jMtter Septera
Wr S, 19 ifi, t the &Gt-oce at Hazel
. Ge, Kt tacky, under tie Aet f Jfarcb
MAHCS 1, 191?.
Shilo Swango for Sheriff.
Ia this iscud appears the an
noancement of Shilo Swango for
the Democratic nomination for
iheriff of Wolfe county, fubject
to the action of the Democratic
voters at the coming August pri
mary. Mr.. Swango was born and rear
ed in Wolfe county and is possibly
one of the best known men in the
count'. He is 42 years old and
just in the prime of life and vigor
of manhood. He belongs to a fam
ily widely connected, being of kin
to the Swangoa, Hollous, Brewers
and Hattons, large and influential
Democratic families on his father's
aide, and"the Ingrms and Lawsons
and other prominent families on
his mother's side of the house.
He has been a conspicuous fig
ure in politics for & number of
years, and is a man wno is admired
by his many acquaintances and
lovsd by those who know him
better. He served the people of
this county two years in the office
of deputy sheriff, a few years ago,
and in that capacity he made a
record second to no man who ever
held" that position in this county.
He speedily and properly executed
all the papers that came into his
pkrTormea all tf9other duties of
the position with honor to himself
and credit to his constituents. He
was justice of the peace of the
Clifty precinct for four years, and
in that office he demonstrated
again the fact he was able, efficient
and worthy of any office within
the gift of the people of the county.
He is a man who attends strict-
REV, JAMES NICKELL
In the proper place on the front page will be found the
announcement of Rev. James riickell, of Gillmore Creek,
who announce? himself a candidate for the Republican nom
ination for Assessor. He also saTs a few words in regard to
his candidacy over his own signature.
While we do not take part in Republican primaries, we
take great pleasure in presenting Mr. Nickell to the Repub
lican voters of the county. We know Jim. He is a good
man and we believe that means every word he says. Most
every body in Wolfe county knows him and the good work
he has earned on. We have never heard him accused of
not believing and practicing what he preached. Very often
a good man is accused of not doing the right thing. We
have never heard any accusations against .lim, so he must
be the vary best.
We feel that our Republican bretheren could make no
mistake in nominating him and with these few remarks we
leave him to them and hope they will give his claims due
Printedfti rather modest type on the front page of thi
edition of the Heriild appears for the first time the announ-s
cement of J. M. Tester, of Giimore, who has a worthy ambi
tion, to serve the people of the
John needs no introduction to the people of the county
and we feel our inability to say
mm into Greater iavor witn its
twenty .years, he, "like an armed warrior, like a plumed
knight," has walked and rode up and down the hills and
vallesja f Wolfe ountv in "tire-
party and it is probable that he has spent more time and
money for the' Democratic party than any man in the county.
There have been many seemingly insurmountable obstacles
at times in the way of the party and there has never been a
time that he was not called
has that hand been refused.
it i i.i t
liis candidacy. .No one denies
as County Attorney. Xo one
violators of the law to swift
twenty years he has practiced
. uw ue asKs tne democrats or tne county to consider
; the courts of the good old county of Wolie., That he is an
able lawyer and probably one of the best pleaders of law
t.h;it was ever in Wolfe eountv cannot be gainsaid. Besides
being a good lawyer, he is a
iTirl iisk the democratic
give his pleading due consideration on next August 4th.
(Mo and ksfitacKy Rs!lwcy,
I COXLEY, Tteriver.e
No. 16. Oct. 31. 1S15.
Licking River ..
O. K. Junction
a . at.
O. & K.. Junction.
Can nel City
I Licking River-...
ly to hib own, business, and has
made a success in lite in manag
ing his own affairs. A man who
can manage his own business suc
cessfully and well may, in most
instances, be depended upon to
properly transact the business of
the people. He is .honest, sober,
industrious and fearless. In the
discharge of an official duty he
knows no friend or foe, party or
favorite, but is guided solely by
duty and honor.
He was a candidate for this office
in the last regular primary for
county offices and was defeated by
a small majority, and he now pre
sents himself again, feeling that
the fact that he went down in de
feat in the last race will more
fully direct the minds of the peo
ple of the county to his merits
and qualifications for the office
and emphasize the fact that he
really wants the office. He is a
Democrat of the old school and
has always been in the thickest of
the fight for the party and its
principles, He is familiar with
every detail of the office and can
take hold of the office and trans-
aot its business without having to
learn what it means to be a good
sheriff. We predict that if Shilo
is nominated and elected to this
cne county, irrespective or party
affiliations, one of the best and
most faithful and efficient officers
the county ever had. We heartily
commend his, candidacy to the
careful condideration of the Dem-
' ocrautic voters of the county and
all others who want good county
officers who will do their duty
fully under any and all circum
good old county of Y one m
one word that would bring
uemocranc voters, jj or over
interests uttffe Democratic
upon to lend a band. jNever
i .i? ji , , i r -i
his ability to serve them well
denies his ability to bring
and certain mstice. lor over
the noble profession of law in
true Iriend and a good citizen
voters to hear his voice and
Notice of Sale.
WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT.
Fielden Townsend, etc. Plaintiffs,
E. H. Fuller, etc., Defendants.
JL and Order of Sale, of the Wolfe!
Circuit Court, rendered at its February,
19J7, Term m ttie above styled case, I
will on the
5th Day of March. 1917,
it being a regular term of the Wolfe
County Court, between the hours of 1
and 4 o'clock p. m., at tne front door of
the courthouse in the town of Campton,
Ky., sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash in hand the fol
lowing lease which is in words and fig
ures as follows:
In consideration of S the re
ceipt of which is hereby acknowledged,
Courtney Townsend, Emma Lee Towns
end, Dulith Townsend, Gladdis Wilson,
Jesse Lanter, Charles Forchie, Clara
Forchie, James Townsend, Ruth Towns
end, by Jesse L. Horton, Master Com
missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court, of
the first part hereby grant, demise and
let unto the party of the second part all
the oil and gas found in and under the
following described premises, together
with the right to entea thereon at all
times for the purpose of drilling and op
erating and to erect telephone wires and
poles, pipe Hues and maintain all build
ing and structures, and the exclusive
right to lay all pipe, steam and water
lines necessary for the production aud
transportation Of oil and gas taken from
the said premises; excepting and reserv
ing, however, first parties not les3 than
their oe-eighth part of all oil produced
aud saved from said premises to be de
livered into the pipe hues by the second
All that certain lot of land situated
in the 4th Precinct, County of Wolfe,
and State of Kentucky, aud bounded as
On the North by the lauds of Jesse
Un the bouth by the lands of W. 1.
Un the .bast by the lands of J. laylor
On the West by the lands of C. S.
Bush, containing 121 acres, more or less.
IE gas only is found in sufficient quan
tities to market then the party of the
first part is to receive for the product
of each and every well so marketed off
of the leased premises, to be paid quar
terly in advance, and also free gas for
dwelling on the above described prem
ises for heating and lighting purposes.
To have and to hold said premises as
long as oil or gas is produced thereon
or the rental paid thereon.
If no well is producing oil or gas on
the above premises within years
from the date of this agreement renders
this agreement void. Party of the sec
and part agrees to complete a well on
the above described land within
from the date of this agreement or pay
annually thereajter the sum of
per acre, to be paid quarterly in ad
vance, until a well ia completed.
All money falling due under this
lease may be paid direct to the guardiau
of the first parties or deposited to the
credit of the guardians in the Farmers
pressly waive whatever rights they have
or may hereafter havo under this lease
to the benefits of the Homestead or Ex
emption laws of the State of Kentucky.
The second party shall have free use
of sufficient gas, oil aud water to run all
machinery in operating the we'l3 on this
lease or on adjoining farms operated by
second party. Auv damage done to
crops by reason of laying or removing
pipe-lines shall be fully paid.
It is further agreed that upon the pay
ment of SI .00, the lessee may at any time
remove all his property and reconvey
the premises hereby granted, which
conveyance said lessors agree to
accept and thereupon this instrument
shall become null and void and the pay
ments which shall have been made be
held by the lessors as the full stipulated
damages for non-fulfillment of the forego
It is undei stood between the parties
to this agreement that all conditions be
tween the parties hereunto shall extend
to their heirs executors aud assigns. No
bid to be received for less than one
eight of the oil or $100.00 for each gas
Witness my hand as Master Commis
sioner aforesa d, this 0th, day of Fobru
J. L. Horton, M. 0. W. C-
Notice of Sale.
WOLFE CIRCUIT COUftT.
Rodney Bush, etc., Plain tiffs,
E. H. Fuller, etc, Defendants
BY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMF.NT
and Order of Sale, of the Wolfe
Circuit Court, reudered at its February,
1U17, term, iu the above styled case, I
will on the
5th DAY F MARCH, 1917,
it being the regular term of the Wolfe
County Court, between the hours of 1
and 4 o'clock p. m., at the front door
of the courthouse in the town of Cainn-
ton. Kv.. sell at public outcrv to thei, ...
hifihpKt-anri lias hftWr -Fm- a'T ';..Xv-L.'-'J8e 1U
himd, the following Jeasor wjiishr ia in
words and figures as folio ws:
fu the consideration of the sum of
$ ., the receipt oF which is
hereby acknowledged, Addie Hush,
Tom Bush, Cliff Bush, Murthn Bush.
Sarah Childers, Pock Chester, Charley
Chester, Frannci." Chester, Augborn
Chester, Wallice Chester and Sarah
Chester, by J. L. Horton, Master Com
missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court,
of the first part, do hereby grant, de
mise and let unto
second party, all the oil and gas found
in and under the following described
premises; together with the right to
enter thereon at all times, for the pur
pose of drilling and operating, aud to
erect telephone poles and wires, pipe
lines, nnd all buildings and structures:
and the exclusive right to lav nil pipe,
steam and water )me$ necessary for the
and gas taken from said premises, ex
cepting and reserving, however, to the
first parties one-eighth pnrt of all the
oil prod u cfakdftred from said prem
ise, to bo i&ii&l in pipe l'Jnes by
the second ptt!Hely.
All that ertjuifrt or ot of 'anl
in the. Fourtfe Prb"ct, in the County
of Wolfe and StaWS Kentucky, bound
ed and deerifatd jf-f,ows towit:
On.tbe North Wr tne ands of ew"
ton TowBej JmSK
On the South kr the lands of Jesse
Townsend ai Nwon Bush;
On the !t Wife lands of J. Tay
On the. West ef tbe lands of C S.
Bush, Fieliea Bh and R. 11 Chap
man, coutsiuigjrllSB acres, more or
If gas only . feVfound in sufficient
quantities tu Market, then parties of
the first part to receive for the product
of each and everylWell so
marketed of tke leased premises to be
paid quarterly in sjJvauce,$
and also free gas ff r one dwelling upon
the above desciit3d laud for heating
and lighting parpes.
To have and ttf -bold said premises as
long sis oil or gas produced thereon
or the rental paidthereon.
If no well is prwucing oil or gas on
the above described premises within
-yeara ffpnvthis date renders this
The party of tae Bccond part agrees
to complete a ifc!l upon the above
named Jand within vears from the
date of this agreement, or pay annually
thereafter the suja of $ to be
All money fajs)? due under the.
terms of thi3 graft may be paid to
or depoated to their crpdit ia
the Farmers and Traders Bank of Camp
The parties of the first part hereto
expressively waive-any right whatever
thev may havener may hereafter have
under this lease, to the benefits to any
homestead or exemption laws of the
State of Kentucky.
j.ne second party snail nave tne tree
use of Bufficienfgas and oil'and water
to run all machinery for operating the
wells upon thea!jove premises and ad
joining faims operated by second par
ies. Any damageidone to crops shall bo
fully paid. f-
And it is further agreed that upon
the payment of OH the lessee may at
any time remove all his property and
reconvey the premises hereby granted,
which conveyance said lessors agree to j
accept, and thereupon this instrument
shall become, null and void, and the
payments which shall have been made
be held by thtQessors as the foil stipu
lated damagesfo'the non-fulfillment
of the foregoiug contract.
It is understood between the parties
to this agreement that all conditions
between the parties hereunto shall ex
tend to their heirs, successors, executors
In witness whereof the parties of the
first part, by J. L. Horton, Master Com
missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court,
have hereunto set their hands,
No bid shall be received for less than
one-eighth part of the oil and one hun
dred dollars for each and every gas well
marketed off the premises.
Given under my hand as Master Com
missioner of the AVolfe Circuit Court,
this, the Dth day oLFebruary, 11117.
J.' L. Horton1,
Master Commissioner W. C. C.
WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT.
Henry Noble, etc.- Beintiffs,
vs. . 4 J Judgment.
Lola Campbell, etc5 Defendants.
BY VIRTUE OS A JUDGMENT
and Order of ale of the Wolfe
Circuit Court, rendered at its February
Term, J917, in the ab"bve stvled case, I
will on the
5th DAY OP IAHCH, 1917,
it being County Court day, between
the hours of 1 andj o clock p. m., at
the front door of the;courthouse iu the
town of Campton, Ky., sell at public
outcry to the highest', and best bidder,
on a credit of sixmonths, a certain
tiactor paicel of 4io, lying and being
in Wolte county, Kentucky, and on
the waters of Red river, aud described
Beginning at a forked water birch
standing on the banks . of Red river at
the corner of tho Dower lino and a
cross fence to the Suite R.ad, crossing
same to a sycamore; thence east with
the road and fence to near the gravt;
yard; thence up the- point with the
lence to the top of the ridge to J. 11.
Phillips' line; thence with his line to
the State Road atrplimiiudu Oakley's
line; thence with hr line to Red river:
thence up Red rivet to the beginning,
containing fif ty-one acres, more or less.
Excepting therefrom the grave yard,
and a right of way into and froi. same.
The purchaser wiillbe required to give
bond with approved security, for the
purchase price, with a hen retained on
said laud, to 'secure the payment and
G per cent interest, ii'om date of sale un
Given under my Lmd as Master Com
missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court,
this the l'th day ofF'biuary, J t 1 7.
, 4rU JIoktox,
Master Corilinisiiouer W. C. C,
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HER
ALD NOW 1
Havr.iK-utiddH' to make
da to makeaj.
e iu xu feusTitrs
men, I offer for sale my entire
holdings in Jlam Green, which
consists of residence in a very de
sirable location, mlso my general
blacksmith and frepair bnsiness
which is well equipped to meet
the requirementsfof any demand
in this line. I will make this sale
at a bargain priceand will either
sell all as & whole, or seperately,
as may best suit purchaser.
An opportunity to secure de
sirable property ft a bargain is
uofc verV f requentlypresented. So
1 1 would adviso nnf nnfl interested
f fnu t nf nnnn
to take adtagegf this at once.
John H, Rose,
5 Hz?l Green, Ky.
(jxleaned Eronfour Exchanges
and Other Sources.
Lawrence SeiberL comic song
Writer, died lasweek at Lo An-
jgeles, Cal., whi's" Being taken to a
osp.ital for an operation. His
nest known songwas"Ca&ey Jones."
The Reed amendment making it
crime to shin in toxica, r.inrr U-
auors into states where its manu
facture and sale are prohibited,
passed the natfonal house of rep
resentatives by a vote of 821 to 72,
jtfo date was set for its going into
. Maj. Gen. Jqhn J. Persiung, who
had charge of the Mexico punitiv.e
expedition, has been appointed as
commander of the Southern De
partment of the TJ. S. A,, vice
Maj. Gen, Frederick Funston, de
Ou?incr fn tlift HictK -niMfna nro.
vailing for sheep and kooljfarm-
ers or itie mountains wju engage
in sheep raising morethan over
before. For years the industry has
been logging, although.it is known
that thti mountain sides are ideal
for sheep raisiug.
While he was attempting to
drive across the railroad tracks
near the tobacco warohonse at
Horse Chve, J. W. PnraleVs wagon
was hit by a northbound I. C. pas
senger train and ho was so oadly
injured that it ;is feared that he
cau not recoyeri
"While playing near a tub of hot
water that had been left a short
time by a servant, Jane Ross, lit
tle daughter of J. B. Ross, a lead
ing attorney of Carlisle, fell into
the water and was badly scalded.
Boone county road bonds to the
amount of $25,000 were sold re
cently at a premium of 26. Road
bonds to the amount of 200,000
were voted by Boone county last
year to bear not over 4 per cent
interest and to be issued as the
county needs the money.
More than a score of persons
were injured, several of them se
riously, when an elevator fall six
stories from a roof garden of a
Broadway, New-York, theatre.
. Edgar L. Calhoun, a business
sentjence of thirtyi minutes ia jail
for manslaughter. Calhoun ad
mitted on the witness 3tand that
he had killed Green Columbus,
but claimed Columbus had in
sulted his daughter. The verdict
of the jury was "guilty as charged
with a recommendation for "ex
treme mercy," and the court made
the sentence one-half hour in jail.
Washington's birthday was ob
served as a national holiday in
Belgium ns a mark of gratitude
for American relief work.
Thirteen lives lost and oyer 100
others more or less seriously in
jured is the toll of a tornado which
passed ovr the states of Alabama,
Georgia and Mississippi last Fri
day,. Most serious loss was m
middle Alabama. .
Jolm Cox is ou the sick list at this
Miss Nannie Landrum spent Saturday
and Sunday with Miss Awa Lawson.
Miss Ethel Canoy, of Valeria, was the
guest o Laura. Stamper, Sunday.
Jce Fletcher, of Pomeroyton, spent
Saturday nightvith Rev. I. L. Honakr.
Miss Laura "McNable spent Tuesday
afternoon withMrs. Roy McNablc.
S. E. McC&lre and family were the
,.,fc nf T R-.4rcNable. Sundav.
A I r s-"-JWv -Gil ark spent Sundays -after
noon with. Mrs. yohxi Sweeney.
Misses No.fa.i Wills, Maggie Taulbce
and Martha Murphy were tfee guests of
Pearl and Ethel Clark, Suncfay.
tow r" a tnrncroau
been for a few months, .
The little daughter of Ben Dunn
fell off the porch and broke her
arm one day last week.
Aunt Mary Hatton is visiting
her son, Bob Hatton this week.
Raney Allen nnd two children
heve been very sick but are some
B F. Harris. aud R. R. Allen'
went to Stautdn the first of the
week on business.
Oscar and Logan Hatton are in
the logging business.
Terrill has the measles.
Henrv Elkms, of iiorgan cautily
is viSjitiig his daughter, Mrs. Chea
Mrs. G. W. Lealie who has. ben
to Carlabad Springs' for the past
two weeks has returned very much
improved m health.
and Lelia Hinson, of Quicksand,
are here helping in the meeting.
The protracted meeting at the
Union church is still m progress
and much good is being dono.
Born to the wife of Russell Bar
ker, February 19th a girl. This
makes their sixth daughter.
Pearl Carter, who is teaching at
West Liberty has been visiting
home folks for the last week.
A. F. Garver left Sunday for
Hazard, where he will drill an oil
J. C. Linden, of Campton, spent
Saturday and Sunday on his farm
Cleveland, Rose and wife moved
from Stillwater, last week to Gill
more. Mrs. Angelina Little continues
very low. She is not expected to
Cortez Ely and wife attended
the reception of Holt Shackleford
and bride, at. the home of Will
Shackleford,. at Paxton, Friday.
Bill Hollon swapped horses with
Rich Brewer Thursday paying him
a difference of S25
Mollie Burcham and son, Jim-
mie, were business visitors on Still
Mildred, little daughter of Vau
ghn Patrick and wife is seriously
f ACADEMY NOTES.
School was resumed Tuesday
morning Feb. 27 after a two weeks
dssmissal for the protection of the
children from, the measles epidemic
rr.t?rV V, i r. Itnnn rri ,1 it a linn t. nmt.t.v
Grass "being affected. Owing to
the prompt dismissal aud the com
plete isolation of the one case that
developed in school no other cases
developed. Tne only cases appear
ing being contracted from outside.
The school authorities very much
regretted having to dismiss but as
it was advised by doctors it was
done with the gratification of say
ing, ,4A stitch in time saves ninp."
During the two weeks dismissal
all the students went home so that
thoso left in additiou to the teach
ers were: Russell Little, Courtney,
Noah and Dorsey Wells, Charlie
Combs, Hala Wells, Bertha and
Maridu Robinsoo, Madge aud
Gladys Cooper, Fern French and
Lilly Shockey. Miss Combs and
Mr. MacNiell Bpent one week on a
visit at home. The rest was a
welcome one but the reappearance
of the students was hailed with
some delight. There are very fow
who failed to return.
Pearl Pelfrey who has been away
some few weeks owing to sickness
iu the family is again in school,
Luthar Bailey and Otto Kash
are nqt coming back therestof the
Curtis Hughes has enrolled for
the r-8t- of the. year.
MarioiV.Freoch visitedhis sister,
Fern, one day last week
Miss Helen Blanchard is much
improved since her light sick spell
The party planned by M'sj. D. C.
:oWo--SLay i;c" ivas? P'-st-
Walton Cgnley has left Hazel
Green for IriUhome in Salyersville.
Nellie Stack y returned" Tuesday
after a visit with her parent! in
Jiisscs Daisy and Lydia Hollon
are very ill with measles.
G. W. Lovelace of Stillwster
has been in this section leasing
oil lands for James Drake, Those
who leased are J, M. Taulbee, W.
H. Oliver and Millard Taulbee, the
remainder of tlie creek being un-
7 -2 '7
fee k to wHmm?-
tfc nport i tfcl U,oomp y M
going lo pt down a mil t M
TalW farm Wia;jii
of March. -
A, J. Hollon, a kwtiiaf
sold to Dau Purd a fii
old sddl hora for $KXX
Spottawocd Colhnrroctk Vkm
place, who has been ill tk
few weks with dropiy? ia rwrt
no better o
John Crlwford and Jrad Holkaa
attended irvicei at Bloody crttk
The niwa of mott iatwttfc k
concerniig th oil booaa. Iti
believed? ths copaay iatd W
develop fcbe country anyway. Tkey
are spending largt iai mmj
were gasts of X. HuHoia
Sanday e-ning. , ' All.
Mir. J. 01 Yocnm, yrliJLae,
Alia Bel'e iBicke:!, Otto ana uin
Carr have laKcLpp.
R. D. Craft f Xore wm ia
town Monday on cjjMmw.
Mrs. Claud McGmre anAH-
ter, Gillie Ann, of Ebon wer tha
guests of Mrs, McGuire Monday
night and Tuesday.
Miss Sarah Dennis is Waiting
her sister, Mrs.. George annin,
at Dan this week.
Johnnie Adams of Lexington
transacted businos in this vicimty
the first of the week. '
U, 3:- Howard, Belknap's hard-
ware salesman, spent Tuesday
night in town. 1
Roy Wells of Korea wa here 6u
Jim Hanks of, Caaapton waa
calling on our mercKants Wednes
day. Mrs. A B. Hale and daughter,
Miss Edna, of Pekin were guwta
Ol C. VX. J.UUUU1 UUU WUB ri vwuw-;
lay- .i- j
Jim iuannm uu wn mmw ,n ;
from Illinois on day laat wtk.
Mn. Manmn i verjrlow with
Miles Yocnm of.CJaaar tj1-
place Wednesday anfr Tbaraday.
Lula Henry and jrtotia Madie
of Bonuy were guests of Joh btfv
and wife Thursday and Friday,
Lacy Jackson of Mfc. Sterling
wa3 hire on business Friday.
Miss Hazel Henry was tht gmect
Martha Dennis Saturday night
Clint Ferguson of Grasay trana
acted business in town. Suturday,3
Revis Carr and wife spent Sri-
day nighi wtth Ben Davia and-
French McCarty of Mt, Sterling
was in town on busiuesa Saturday.-
The little son of Silai Helton
near town has smallpox.
J. S. Nickell and wife and Mr.
Ida Nickell of Jericho, spent Sat-J
urday with Dr. M. N. Nickell andV
Roy Murphy and family of .
Greasy visited Dock Murphy and
wife the latter part of last week.
Misses Lucille andTMabel . Kash were
the guests of Blajufte and Nannie May
Mrs. Charlejft Fallen spent Saturday
aight and Suriday with Mrs. Herbert
Nickell and J3hily, of Grassy.
"Willie Aleafcmdcr has just returned
from Illinoisx -and is very much pleased
with his trio, havintr decided to locate
in Petrolia, Illinois, where his two
brothers, J E. and J. P. Alexander are
ip the mercanhle b'Aincsir" - - 1
Hllo!v Courtnej- Wells and
Jv'V r. iun- rptm, X.e siKrssiF'.
home folks. - t?
Lawrence H. Michael, mercantile re-tgl :
porter, passed through here Wedneday-i
and spent the night with D. B. May andP
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Fallen have had . ,
severe cases of Ia grippe this week, ut V
arc some better at this writing.
Tom MuClure, of Sellars, passed. -
through here Saturday evening en route
The Daysboro Singing Qass will mttt '
at the church Saturday evening at at
o'clock. Services here at eleven Suwtoy
morning, by J. F. Walters. ; '
BO-PEEP. . X
Harman Swango, of Swajbfe;
springs, spent Satmrday nikt wiU
h.18 sister Mrs. J.F.Cecil oa 0