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Bj- yo & hat for 75 cnti at
Irfi'l KtTi t Btll-CMiiii.
We -wftBt to ier from those SKay,
TJ vko feave friends -with us toUy;
Tm Tke Herald you read vritb pride,
If Jsl tkat J08 are satisfied.
T ft4 ef father, you read of mother;
rMl ef sister mid of brother,
XaA. all aroaad, of bad or good,
la ket, yoa f et the neighborhood.
Xt MWMfcody legs to hear from you,
People waose hearts are kind and true,
Ffle ec yoa kaeir eo -well,
Tfcey lo set like that word "Farewell,"
Tfeey writ yoa thru the columns bright,
Of arents f llei with Rloom or light,
JLi s re at stars beasi in the sty, n
Tkra tte dew: old Herald yon can reply,
lustmi of wqdiagjL gotintain friend
Jl li4ir yoa haTe lately penned,
JPJMefsail Hub The Herald today,
.. ve wu pn E u m Drurliv array.
TfcU 4tbs Her'becn done before
9y ao ettter pferis this wide world
March the 15th, x Member the date.
Ic Ike tin yoa cm eMBnioi-,
P" . JBMBBME
With all the facts yoa ;
Yob. ca alike this issue a grand success.
Fruits at swngo Bros.
E. A. Johnson and. wife wera the
guests of Kelly KickeU and family
on Grassy where Mrs. Johnson's
mother Aunt Jude Ward has been
for the winter. Aunt Jude had a
fail last week from which she was
Hollon 4b Campbell laat wenk
bought of Geneva Brown her
boundary of timber and will move
a mill there by the first of , April
to make it into ties and lumber.
Mn. A. J. Lindon, . of Gilmorej
has been very low for a few days
but is some better.
Dr. W. G. Lockhart left for
Bread one day old is top old for
ni to sell. Swango Bros.
httn hero some time a
him Lennie Hjllon'? who is
teaching in Garrard county, is at
home with her parents, air. and
Mrs. J. B. Hollon, for a lew daysj
Attorney J. M. Tester, of Gill
more, was a business callor in town
Miss Flossie Hale is down and
out with the measles, wonder what
she wants them tor.
We now have telephone butter
ies 40 cents each.
J. M. Tester, of Gillmore. who
has been confined to his home for
several weeks with lagrippe fsal le
to be out again.
County Attorney Cleve Allen
the longest limb of the law was in
our city Saturday in reference to
oil leases and intoTost.
Volney Hollon and Harrold
Lacy have our thanks for service
rendered at the wht
Millard Richie aud wife, o
town, made a flying trip
Saturday and took dinner wi
T. Kash and family.
Lucile and Mabel Kash visite.g
Blanche and Nannie May, of Dzys
boro, Saturday and Sunday.
Mae Williams left Saturday for
Havenna to be with her father.
McKinley Easterling, of White
Oak, visited in cur town Saturday
Mrs. Harlan Wilson, moved'her
Leasehold goods to her farm at
Salem and has gone for a short
Tiiit to her daughter, Mrs. Jack
Smith at Ravenna, before going to
Toaumie Pieratt, son of H. F.
I and Alice Pieratt, of Richmondj
same in Tnesday for a stay of a
I week or eo. We were glad to 6ee
J 'Ira tig smile and to feel the pres-
tare of his hand. He is at the
home of his uncle A. C. Pieratt.
J. D. Fdwards, Edgar Edwards
ud 1). C. Coldirou were in town
X. G. Wtrd, of Pekiti, -was- here
on bnmxHK Tuesday.
Logan Lindcn.of Gillmore creek,
who for years has been one of our
ot progressive farmers and now
perhap the greatest cattle man in
wie county, has as The Herald
man has been informed one
hundred and sixty-five hoad of
cattle for the purpose of winter
ing and grazing through the com
ing season. For a number of years
Mr. Lindon has been one of our
most industrious citizens who has
eaten no idle bread and whose
habits of industry have brought to
him such success and prosperity
that our farmers throughout the
county might profit by emulating
The Pricilla club met Monday
afternoon in the parlor of the Hel
en E. Mos-b Home. Misses Combs
and Colgrove were the hostesses
for the occasion. After a pleasant
social hour,refr:shments were serv
ed and the meeting enjoved by
each member. Every lady of the
town who is iiterested in 'fancy
work should become a member of
A large chip from one of the
most historic treeB in the State, a
slab from a beech tree in Letcher
county and bearing the initials of
Daniel Boone, with the date 17S3,
has just been brought to Lexing
ton and is in the care of Mrs.
W. H. Thoraps n, of the Bryan
Station Chapter, Daughters of the
American Revolution. The relic
will be mounted, put into a glass
case and sent to Washington to be
permanently on display in the
Ke-Uncky room of Coutinental
Hall, as the gift of the chapter.
Nicola Marpchall, for more than
half a contury one of Louisville's
most picturesque figure, and said
to have designed the flag of the
confederacy, died m that city'Sat
urday night, He was 88 years old
Mrs. F. N. Day desires to say to
her friends and patrons that she
will go to Cincinnati soon to buy
millinery) notions and ladi63 fur
uishings, and will have them in
time for Easter. She solicits the
patronage of her many friends.
She promises to give them the
latest styles and bost prices that
can be offered. If she gives 'her
time and talent to building1 uo
od:eeping np the millinery Us&ofr tCT' TTi '7? u" 1 1
in our town the people shouldap
preciato it by giving her a share
of their trade. Her add will an-
pear later, al3o an announcement
of an Easter opening,
Campton, Ky., 2-22, M7.
Mr. James I. Hollon, Hazel Grten,
Dear Sir Enclosed you wiil find
money order for which ploaseseud
me The Hazel Green Herald.
W. H. Cuudiff.
J. M. Richie, of MaytowD, was
in town Saturday. .
Roy Murphy was in town Tues
day on business.
G. H. Phipps, of Pomeroyton,
was a business culler m town Fri
day. Oil News.
C. S. Sample No. 5 was brought
in with a sieiidy production.
Perkins No. 1 bos lutd a
iug job at a depth of- 400
The drill is again moving.
R. J. McLin aud G. C. Alltatt
have been the must active in se
curing new leasi-s for the paft
week, having acquirod consider
able territory. . -
O. W. Cecil this wepk Jsa&;hte
Lacy creek farm to the Mountain
'Oil Co. at a nice figure.
Charley Stamper, of Stamper
Branch, who has been in Ohio fur
two or three months came in Mon
day homesick to see the old folks
H. 10. Swango and wife. R, P
Swango and wife, Earnest Brewar,
Archto Johnson aud Courtney Lxcy
had a pleassnt day at tho country
homo ef H H. Swango Sunday.
H. E. Srcango bought of R. H.
Patton last week his nous and lot
situated on Highland street. This
property joins that of Mr. Swango's
and makea a nice addition to his
lot. Just what Mr. Patton will do
we have not learned.
There seems to be a moving
spirit on some of our people as
Morton Easterling moved to H. H.
Swango'a farm. Mrs, Gregory .
moved to C. C. Gillespie'n farm, j
Azell Jones to Mrs. Mattie Per
inns farm and Mre. Susan Easter
ling went to George Neff 's farm.
Taylor Taulbee formerly of this
place but now of Winchester, was
in our midst Tuesday.
irort Wilson, of Strob, Ihd., is
here this week on business. He is
looking after the interest of his
deceased father's estate aud other
If you want to smile once a JFeekf
don't forget to read the Pine-Ridge
Ola Miller, of Holly, paid ajeisit
to his sister, jirs. Flave CecilJinr
ing the week and purchased afnice
mare from Flave.
iirs.Retta Guudiffsentin enough
of the wherewith to insure the en
trauce of The Herald iutoVherj
home for one year. What she has
done let others do likewise overy
bodv should take The Herald -
Mrs. Sarah Ellen Swango, of
Pleasant Hill paid our office a
pleasant visit aud had her ::ame
put on tho list for The Herald.
Mrs. CharhlPi alien and Miss
iiabol Nickell of Daysboro -were
guests of jrrs. Retta Cundifit from
Monday till Tuesday. ?
Bruce Cundiff, who has been'on
the Border for five or six months,
returned homo recently aud left
Friday to visit his father ou War
The force of oil well drillers on
G. S. Sample's farm on Lacy Creek
began on the sixth well Tuesday.
""After a few days' visit to home
fulks Miss Carrie Coldirou return
ed Sunday to her duties as teacher
in the high school in Clay City.
Measles has made its appearauce
at the borne of Bob Miller aud
started in on little Daisy. More
of the family are waiting for their
Henry Cecil and wife left Mon
day for tho homo of A. B. Swango
at Means, iu Menefee count3, to
attend at the bedside of Mrs. Ce
cil'a mother, who is not expected
At this writing Mrs. Milt Nickell
is improued some. She has been
on the sick list for three or ftur
Cynthia Montgomery, who has
been confined to her room at the
home of George Rice with measles,
i,i9 nb nnd nhnnt.. hnt-ifc sniinitj! thnt 1
The silence of the wee sma
hours of the morning were broken
by the arrival of a six-ponnd boy
at the home of Heihert Dyke and
wife. Dr..Kash arrived with him
at 1 o'clock a. -m., Friday, March
2, 1917. Hh name is Herbert
Willis Dyko. Mulhr and baby
are doing nicely, "Shorty" is slap
ping high, and Grundpa Bohanon
is much elated. .
,J V, Oakley, wife and eou from
Illinois spent Wednesday, Fob; 21,
at A. B. LovijJhfb
Born, to Mrs. James Hliou,
twins, boy and girl.
Mr. and Mrs. tf n'gh'BlarRonShip
ar mu tho sick is&. "
i'. Pieratt atteiifled court at
Mt. Sterling last week and-sold
one mule for 175.
Miles Yucum, of Carmago, Ky.,
is risking rftlhtivs at this place
Mr. ui Mrp. A, J. Couch, Mr.
atd Mrs. F!o3Td HavenH and Bro.
William Yccum fpent Friday night
with A. B. LoveUce abd famih
Born, to the wife, f Harm Sheet5
Fab 35, a Jmjt, Floyd Curtis
Bom, to Mrs Chess Carter, Fal,
25, it boy. ' -
Born, to Mrs. Rolfn Carpenter,
Feb- 25. n'-boy. A
Miss ianuie xviutKe wa3 yip
guept ot IjuIh Henry Saturday
night and Sunday, .A.y
Nannio Henry speut Sunday
with Nannie Belli) Couch.
Mary McKinuey sppnt Saturday
with 'her sister, Mrs. Elza Obmb?
Lula and Rosa Henry visited
their sister, Mrs. John Rose,, of
Ezel, Thursday and Friday.
Thire traveling salesmen staid
over night with J. L. H-nry.
Clayboru Mays, of Elder, diod
cu Fob. 26, disease unknown. The
writer extends their sympathy, to
tne nereaved family.
Mrs. P. W. Pieratt spent San
day with Mrs. J. L. Henry.
xu.ib. ivjaiaew wells is. visiting
her daughter, Mre. Chess Carter,
Mr3. J. D. Oakley spent Tuesday
night with her daughter, Lillie
Mr and Mrs. G. W. Blankenship
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
Shi. 'o Yost
Victor McGuire is vIsltiL
Sister, .Mrs. HzU Henry, of Elat!nw Pin TliA nnrreannnd- i
Again the death Anj
fored the AtsocUtion
to her last resting plw
Little. She was a aevt
of the Hazel Green Cei
eAi.;.th. & kind wire ai
and was a favorite of all,
her. therefore be it rei
in the hour of their deer
tended to the heart broKi
ana may i"v
doeth all thirgs well.thajpe may
watch ovpr and comfort Pea iu
Resolved that these ritioaS
be published in the Hai Green
Herald. Mrs. RildgDajv
Mrs Ellen tt.
j tU,- Iz-int- tn
To all persons who havot yet
paid their County and SUte tax
iaiu iu-' v j y
for the year 1916 in HazellGreen
precinct No, 2 will take., notice
that lwill be in Hazel Gree Sat
urday, March 10, 1017. All per
sons not settling then wiil bf levied
upon at once. h
RoyArnett, D S.Y-C.
For Sale. j
I have for sale oue of the neatest
cottage homes in Hazel Grgotf, Mr.
F. m. Lng who desires to go south
has put bis piece of property in
mv h.inrls for sale at a bawrain
Any one desiring to move to Razel ;
Green for the purpose ofjeducat-i
ing his children could find(Tiro bet
ter place in which to livjr feou
might buy it and live in it asong
as you wish and then sell il for
more thin is asked for it- There
are no bptter school or church fa
cilities offered anywhere reason
able as in Huz'il Green. Living ex
penses are cheap compared Hrith
other places. Natural gas issup
plied for heat and light at vSTytow
pricep. TIip property fronts about
1G0 feet on Elm street and con
tains about three-fourths . acie
ground. The house is practically
new and in good repair. ;t con
tains five large rooms and three
closets. It is well framed, weather
boarded and ceiled throughout.
Metal roof, There is on the prop
erty a gDod barn and lotsurrouud
ing, an extra good well, coal house,
corn crib, buggy shed, smokehouse.
The garden contains aboat one
half acie ground and is onof the
most productive gardens w4ovn.
Tho yard is rel b fc in prA?aDl
tbare is an nbundancB of
nronnd tho houpn. There a nice
welded wire lawn fnuce in iron t of
the house and taken altogether ia
onf of the complotest hntie.s in.
Hazel Green. PropertyfS.t the-
'pric ased for this placill al-j
ways sell at a profit lfilliazei i
Gieen. If vou are thihkiPff of
j buying property in HazejlGn-en
you might examine this property
or write to James I. HolloulHazel
Popular Couple Married.
Wabhington's birthday vas cele
brated in an unusual tnaoiier at
LeRnse in Owsley county. fy the
occasion Mii-s Jauie NamBiwJje-
came the bride of Mf.HoiuSFackel -
ford, of Paxtc n. llav. Jamffi Mad -
den tied the knot that id2b the
fnrd nf Pxtnn Aff.r imvHT
mouy the young couple autwrked
on a houoyntoon trip to LxluUlon,
after which they rvturuefi me
and was tendered i nict rgption
at tho home of Mr. SeackeLfprd's
parent? at Paxt'Ui. Only ftives
ana olose in&nds we? u resent
Mrs. H. E. Tyra visited her parents,
James Rose and wife, Sunday.
James Linkons and family aril, all
'down with measles,. Mrs. Sarali-RltclifF
is waiting on!,tTiem.
is 'reported that' TDa1syGiShas
measles. f j
Xannie Tvler nassed here enrotfc to
H. G. A. Monday. j
Singing School will begin atfcthe
bridge Sunday, March 4th,, with Tbhn
Faulkner as teacher. k
O. B. Linkons is on the sick listens
D. B. Tyra, who has been at ak
fort for some time, visited homcluolks
from Saturday until Monday. 1
Born, to the wife of Clint Rosjptwin
babies, a girl and a boy, name M'acgpnd
Ed. Russell ,bought the Owei Cakjiron
farm on Laurel and will move to itphis 1
Mountie Lovelace took dinner hh
Ray Cecil Sunday. 1
Miss Maggie Shull, of Devil's Cttek,
is siting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Bucn
Sam Russe'l, of this place, visitcdBfiis
daughter, Edna and son, Charlie, Mho
is making their home at Grassy wth
their grandfather, M. F. Steele. W
Wa nrn torw snrrr but onr TiftDBr
was so full we were obligedjto ;
nnn f FT-11t Motrfntpn T.iind-i
enGe but will prist thorn nest wfc
U o man aud wife. The.mde . ; FOR SURGICAL CASES ONLyS j
and is the daughtee of Kap-!kHOSPITAL.FEES OASHg TO IT U
a highly respected youngffaruier M oi r g A
and the son of William mokel. ! P S- MrfDle St- Winchester, Ky.g
1 Report by Swaag Brothers.
M and Lard ,
SK to 9
So to $1.00
hole train head rice....;.
CoOee. loose ronsf. I
vaisarrost Toastfes 3 lor
Chipped Beef and Peanuf buTter ..".." 10
aaovr King Bakinti Powde
erti 10 25
waptua washing rowders
au soaps, 3 for
Dried Peaches ...".".'
Sveet Po tatoes .... ".. ".".
Corn ......... '.".VS.
Van Camps Hominy .....7.7.
Pink and colored beans .'.
Banner ive ...7...7"
Bates, Raiiius, Figs, MiacemeaTaiid Joll-o
apples, Oranges, Lemons, Candies and
Tin's week has seen the largest advance in
groceries than any week for some time.
Sugar, Lard, Meat in fact all groceries ad
vanced some: Although not all will ad
Uncet uutu the supply is gone, It is a safe
investment to hoy your Flour nor.
I W Wine Wei it, !
j Capital & Surplus, $300,000. j
Deposits Over Half a Million, j
j YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
j CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.
j If. E. WITHERSP00N. - President,
j W. R. SPHAR Casttler.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers o this paper -srlll bo
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has ,
been able to cure In all its stages and
that 13 catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions j
requires constitutional treatment. Hall's I
Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and j
acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur-
faces of tho System thereby destroying !
the foundation of the disease, giving; tne
patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doings its
work. Tho proprietors have co much
faith in the curative powers of Hall's
Catarrh Medicine that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any caSQ that lt'falls
to cure. Send for Ust of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo.
Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. 75c
HAZEL GltEEX, ICY
All Work Guaranteed
1 J FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
JACKSON, ky. I
. TJ. S. Depository
W ' solicit accounts of firms 1
individuals and incorpora
tions. 4 per cent paid cin all
"The Bank That Always
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1 H DHCO U ft 0 D J 7 w
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A. R, MATJPIN
A T -f A T7 OTAT
JEWELER & OPTOMERTIST
Eyfs tested. Glasses Fitted.
Vatch Inspector L. & N. E. E,
L Special attention to mail orders. 2
You to get our Free Catalogs of
,Frutt aud Shade Trees, Grape
Vines, Shrubs, Roses, Rhubarb,
Asparagus, Strawberries, Seed Po
Everything for Orchard, Lawa & Garden.
H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS,
1841 . LEXINGTON, SY. 1917
Wc can coirpound your prescrip
tions accurately and scientifically and
return to you by next mail.
Ween in need of drugs or druggists'
suusries, write us. We will look after
your wants promptly and at reason
ab e price1.
A complete line of
AND BOX CAJfDIES.
We will appreoiatour tro 3-ade.
RIFFLE DRUG DOMPAHY
JOHN W. DEAN, 1
General Contractor and Builder
I have been in the contracting bu sine is
for years and am prepared and know how to d
your stone and cement
a specialty of nice cement walks and if you.
need any work of that kind Write to sie. Will
furnish bond that my work will be satisfactory
and according to contract.
HAZEL GREEN, KENTUCKY.
State, County School Olains
Our Interests are Mutual
My Prices are Sight.
My Motfcoauick Sales and Small Profits.:?
is a man with money
Hargis Commercial Bank & Trust Company
Jack sob, Kentucky.
I will pay thi snm of ai y Warrh or CIocJc which I
cuu uot 'Ut in g i.ti ruuuiiig order.
DO ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY WORK.
The public is cordially invi'd tn cull and see mn when
in ned of export wntfh cl ':k "-Hpairing. All work
guaranteed Sed by injured pnrrel pest.
W. B. LAKKINS,
can be reduced by raising more corn,
wheat, potatoes, etc. -
We have the mane'-to loan to fou
to do it with.
flj Let us helpyou to
while Dubfes- tot.
soaring. ' "tut
THE IE m BANK.
Hazel Green, Ky.
I'm tiri'inni i
UiicIh B:ll MeN.ihrt in mm v-t
to his sons O-sear .ud Buen Mc -
Rev. Curt Walters bought the
home of his nncl Sebron Walters
on Wheeler avenue and baa moved
Prof. R Hw Patton sold his res
idence to Ernest Swango last week
and will co light housekeeping at
Judge Wheeler's till school is out.
Dr. D. H. Kash has been very
for the past two or three days
with acute indigestion butie now
work properly . I sake i
Sckool 59ks l 111 Ziwte.
GH COST OF LIVING t
i,i j j
Tiin daughter of oLr nw oil
; k;,, ? g: Sample, i this week
! . u.,. ,rtL. o u v.av.
in our town.
r . t
Our list of old. fblSs ntmwly::.
Aunt Jane Kash, . Aunt EHt Pie
ratt, Uncle Jim Littie, that fa,
been Fuffftrng from lagnrrpij i
We. are having an epidei(Mf
of a mjl tpBfr
, - ' ' i jiMbiiilMi 1- in A .ii