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paper of Wolfe County.
JAMES I. HOLLON. Editor-
SaWiptioa Price, One Dollar a Year.
Enured as second-class matter Septem
her '5, I01G, at the post-office at Hazel
Green. Kentucky, nnderthe Act of Jfarch
$1.00 1 Yiar in Atatct,
fff&lSDlT, : '.MARCH 22, 1917.
In our announcement column on the front page appears
the announcement of Yan B. Elkins, of Campton, who this
week throws his hat into the ring to make a fight for the
Tiemocratic nomination for County Court Clerk at the Aug
It is with no small degree of pleasure that we introduce
"Vjan to the voters of the county as a candidate for he is a
bright young man and comes from one of the county's best
families. He is sober, industrious, honest persevering and
business like young man. He has all the ear marks of a
good clerk and if he succeeds in reaching the happy goal to
which he aspires we have no doubt but that those who -support
him will have no cause to regret haying given him
Van is the second son of Isaac and Laura Cecil Elkins.
His people on both sides of the house have ever been true
democrats and have never been greedy for office. Yan
comes also of a good democratic family on his wife's
side of the house. She was a Hanks, a daughter of T, B.
Hanks who died last week and a grand daughter of that old
var horse" C. M. Hanks whtf figured so largely in the .for
mation of Wolfe county.
. We predict that Yan will be in the running. With
those few remarks we leave him to the tender mercies of the
voters and ask them to give him a hearing when he comes
"LIKE A LETTER FROM HOME''
We feel very much gratified at the manner in which our
people who have left this part of the country responded to
our invitation to write a personal letter to the Herald for
publication. We enjoyed each letter and we have no doubt
but that others enjoyed them also, in fact, we have heard
many express their appreciation. We think that a remark-
ably large number responded
first time anything of that kind had been attempted. We
liked the idea so well we are going to try it again Christmas
week md we hone to o-et Mhrs
ana AC nopL U) L,et lejieiS
ekrn subscribers. Xow don't
ce i-i f i r L xi
Of foreign Subscribers IOr We have, 111 fact, the foreign SUb -
scnoers are wnab maiie tne Herald a "go" in a town of three
hundred Peonle and six miles Oif the railroad. hnnn tn
get the letters a few weeks before hand for the Christmas
"Home Coming1' so that we will try to crowd them in so
that all can be heard.
The observing reader must have noticed two expressions
in Inst week's and also this week's paper that were used
more than all others. "The Dear Old Herald" and "Like a
letter from Home" were used in nearly every letter. That
gave us much joy for it made us feel as if the writers appre-
ciated our eftorts and were pleased with our paper. If there be
t. ii e ii- no-! -rx
reason at all ior calhns: a paper'Dear, The Herald spems to
have the reason. This is the thirty second year of The Her- !0CCUP bv tne HRraid and that j Given undermy hand as Master Com
ald's continuous publication. During that time it has chron-1 he win do a11 kind of shoe rePair- i theJday llPmicb!TdPurt' 1 ,3'
icled the birth of nearly every
counties. It has gone to school with those same babies and
told their grades. When Elieir wedding bells have rung the
The Herald has not failed to express best wishes and to ex
tend congratulations. It has announced the deaths of loved
ones and has mourned with the bereaved. After all these
years why should not the Herald be addressed as "The
Dear Old Herald?
The observing reader must have also noticed the affection
that all these writers expressed for their native heath. Peo -
rlfjhnrn ;inrl rnnrArl in jiiniintflinniie onimfrinc lmvn Ai-PP,
-S . j Circuit Court, rendered at its February
ent. feeling for their homes than do people who are reared in ' Mr- Kelse Nickell, of thin place, left! term 1917; in the above sty'ed case, I
level countries. When away from these hills thev experience i8"7 r wh,e.rf be "'"VrdmiT op inn i7
. . J . . , . , . " i work m the log woods for awhile. ; 2nd BAT fif AFRIb, 1917,
a certain kind of homesickness that is not felt by other peo i Th(l vm , , u F . . i it beine County Court day, between the
plo. - Who ever heard of any one getting homesick for a lev-, .. ? m, El SS&i Sti
el country or a paririe country? The ancient king of Baby j $t "alU '"te eilcSr&igKS
Ion built artificial' gardens in his capitol city with which to! CoUrtnfV Lane of tl.i. ,,,,! beat bidaer,on. credit of sis raonih.
appease the homesick feeling
gardens were one of the ancient
.nothing short of her native hills
be -satisfied pith qofchuig short
Us lit! kutiicky
M. I.. COXLKT, Xeeeiver.
No. 16. Oct. 31. 1915.
No 17 No. 19
A. 31. CM.
7 40 1 30
7 52 1 42
S 00 1 50
8 17 2 08
S 22 2 12
S 42 2 31
8 48 2 37
Q 16 3 Oi
9 45 .3 35
ticking River. .....
.0. & K. Junction.
No. 18 No. 20 No. 16
stations Daily Daily "Daily
if P. at. P.M. a.m.
O.&K. Junction, ii 30 4 55
Wilburst 11 00 5 24
Lee City n 2S 5 52
Helechnwa......... 113-1 5 58
Cannel City.. 12 10 6 15 q 50
Cancy .. 12 15 j G 55
Malono 12 32 . 7 12
Index . 12 30 7 20
! Llsking River . 2 50 j 7 30
considering that it was the
from hnnrlrprl nf f.
IlOm nUliaieClS Or OUr for-
SfLV til fit. WPt li n.vp nrf. linn Ii.rlc
baby in Wolfe and adioinini
of his Jv.daan q.ueen. His
wonders of the world butj
would satisfy his queen . !
1 ..-i , ii I
of. a return to. thejv nafciveJ
The .Bed River Oil and Gas com
pany has about SOOOaoree'-JSast of
Hazftl Green that they expect to
have drilled on within the next
A location. for a well has been
made on the farm of Abel Hamp
ton where a well will be drilled
within ninety days.
The following oil men have
been in and aronud Hazel Green
in the last week or so looking for
leases and otherwise investigating
the prospects for oil in this terri
tory: W. A. Jewell, Irvine. Ed
ward V. Fowler, Pittsburg, Arthur
B. Miller, Lexit:gton, Geo. Mac-
Leod. Versailles. P. B. WinD. Win
Chester. Mr. Pntfcnn. Salt T.iVU i
, , ' :
Mr. Chaney, Pittsburg, John T. J
Hindman. Jackaon. Mr. Shirlev.
Mr. Nick and Mr. Shaw
The well on the S "R Pprkins
ineweiiontne &. rermns
l. i t i i-
farm that has been hanging fire
for some time on account of the
casing is now uuder way aud is ex
pected to be drilled in in a few
days. It seems as if the operators
have had more bad luck on this
well than any well known to his
tory. At the time the casing was
needed they thought they had the
reqnired number of feet of casing
but when the casing was in there
was a shortage of about 100 feet.
When the necessary hundred feet
was ordered from Winchester it
got lost on the road but luckily it
has been found and drilling is now
in progress. More depends on this
well than any well in the field.
Should it come in a good well it
shows a considerable widening of
Whooping, yelling and burning
of hats marked the drilling in of
well No. 6 on the C. S, Sample
farm about midnight Tuesday
night. They say that Henry Lane
actually burned his own hat as a
mark of respect for the first real
"gusher" that he has drilled for
the Muuntain Oil Co. The oil
saud was hit about midnight audi
t.hnml immprlifttlv.lnwor1 -frr-flm
ling. A steady flow of gas was
Btmck at GOO feet in this well and
the oil was reached at 18G5 feet.
When the oil sand was struck the
oil flowt-d for some time and cers-
cu uut an u u tiuoik uii vv euuesaay
morning it overflowed again and
has been overflowidg since add
hns hnrn ninorl infn n fotlr Mr-
j Sample himself gave us the above
information audit goes without
9 aying thafc ifc ia iusfc tnafc woy
This well is considerably north
of the wells drilled on Mr. Sam-
rtla'c farm nttrl it- lino Itpnti rrV 4- n.mU
I P.omfnrt to rlnrt.nin rmrUp holHint,
! i . iui. Ti
f hard to ascertain just how mauy
oarreiB or 011 a weu 01 ims Kind
WlU Produc aB they are today
I nnttihn tn tUn (nki.w. U.. t
have expressed an opinion that it
would settle down to a hundred
Opens Siioe Shop
Mr. Sammie Walters, the crip
pled mail carrier,
ues&uStu uuiiuuuuH buui, ne nas
: opeimd a first clasB shoe and re -
1. , ., ,
Pair BnoP ln tne building formerly
iog and harue3H meudins very
reasonable rateB. Gives Sammie
I a call and sea what he cau do.
PINE GROVE SEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Halsey were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Nickell Sun
day. Deputy Sheri.r C. P. Henry' was. at
this'place Saturday -attending to busi
ness. jMiss Lizzie ' Kaah Sunday. Lookout
11T;ii:. T i . . .
case of lagrippels
Crit B-vaiit who
William Lane sold one
t i. i.r. . ,T . .
Kentucky, and lylaff on Me north side j 0f Illinois. 1910 was a very prosperous
, wholes had a bad 2f Pnimer street,fdjoining the lot of or farmer f fc
much better, a so Mr ; x- r- ewe. and beunaea nu ueacnueu .
has Iieen very Sk,a"a follows: Belonfg t a rock walk, everything hiRb. Corn 1, oats 50 cents,
J Jwe f Sale. j
E OF A JODGMENT
aadiOrcfcirVof Sale of the Wolfe
Circuit Goiirf-Cfeodered at its September
term, I0.ynw above styled case, I
win, on the 1
2iOil0P AFBIL, 1917,
it being Uouaty-t-oun. aay, oeiween me
hours ofJl bi 4 o'clock p. mM at the
front door of l&e courthouse in the town
of Campton,fWolfe county, Kentucky,
sell at public outcry to the highest and
best bidderoatR credit of six months,
a certain tractjer parcel of land, lying
and beiugitTblfp county, Kentucky,
and on theVafera of Stillwater, describ
ed aa follows
Beginning 0 a black gum, James
Tutt's corueroUr the ridge above his
houe. thenefwith Tutt's line n 43 w 21
po to twoSfftes and a locust; 11 H w
12 P to twogbealnut oaks; n 72 w
po to two smu nictones; n o w 'it po
to a dogwaacilStid lynn; s 67 w 15 po to
ia poplan.-K .40 w lb po to nicKory, a
corner to AJ3wai:os old survey; thence
with the lPSjf 2S w 38 po to a mapie
and chestnut oak; s 47 w 54 po to two
chestnut oai:s;?s 5 w 52 po, crossiug the
1 head of the branch, to a chestnut on the
ridSeJ sSSeiSpo to a hickory; s 56 e
74 to a -hUe oak 78 e 30 t0
ri - j j i- nr a
a whita oak aid doj wood; 8 60 e 4 po
t5 a dead poplar and twaold white oaks,
cornar to Rf M. Pieralt's land; thence
with samQ3"24 po to hickory and dog
wood; s 44 e 12 po to a white oak; n 77
e 17 po totjaiogwoods; s 74 e 18 po to
a locust; s 32ii28 po to a sr.urwood; s
57 e 66 no (oHTstake in the county road
near the forks of Stillwater: n 66 e 29
po to a white oak and hickory; n 87 e
46 po to a chestnut oak and hickory; n
48 w 15 to three cheiitnut oaks; n 14 w
poles4ea chestnut oak, corner to
J. M. Pierat; n 69 w 50 po to a beech;
n 72 w 14 po, n 82 w 72 po, n 73 w 76
po to a black-gum; n 13 w 75 po to a
chestnut oak; n45 e 26 po the beginning
and being the same tract of land con
veyed by Jiines H. Harman and wife to
S. J. "Wells, by deed dated November
25, 1879, and recorded in Wolfe county
County Court Clerk's office, or enough
thereof to settle a judgment of $125
with interest at the rate of 6perceut
from April 9, 1911, and $15 7U costs
The purcEasef will be reqnired to give
bond, witarapproved personal security,
for the purchase price, with a lien re
tained en said land to secure the pay
ment and 6 per cent interest from date
of sale until'paid. Bidders will be pre
pared to comply promptly.
Given under my hand as Master Com
missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court
this the 13th day of if arch, 1947.
J. L. HORTON,
Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court.
Motice of Sale.
1, etc,, Defendants.
VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT
and Order of Sale of the Wotfe
Circuit Courtjrendered at Us September
IP.rm. JUI1 lnlthrt nhnrA ufulorl nnu I
j wiJi, on tue
2nd DAY OF APRIL, 1917,
it being County Court day, between
hours of 1 ana 4 o'clock p. m.. at
front door of the courthouse in the town
of Campton, AVolfe county, Kentucky,
sell at public mtcry to 1he lighest and
b st bidder, oh a credjt of sis months, a
certain tractfoparcej,of land, lying and
being in Wolfe county, Kentucky, and
on the watMs- of Red river, an-1 de
I . . ....
ufginmug at a small chestnut tree, a
comer to Ffttnk DukVs lin nn ton of
i ridge on Morgan and Wolfe county lin:
thence with the dram and Frank DukVs ,
j line, crossing the State road to Red rivet;!
nirunce with em LUtieSmd wyne !
; ParkV line,. crowing the State road to:
acres, more or lets, or enouch thereof to
settle a judgment of 100 with interest
at the rate of 6 ner cent from the 12th
i day of July, 1S87, subiect to the follow-
October 24, ISS, credit of $50. i
The nuSfrfc&will be reouired to irive .
' bontl with approved personal security,
IOr Inn Itltrhn&n rxr'no Tt'ith o lion to. (
. taineu on saidfJand. to secure the pay- j
1 Inrent, and p cent interest, from
of sale until paid. Bidders will be
pared to comply promptly.
iJ. L. NORTON.
Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court.
Notfce of Sale.
WOLFE. CIRCUIT COURT.
S. F. Allen, ltcTlaintifls,
vs. If.J j; j Judgment
C C. SlarapereVc., Defendants.
BY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT
and Order 'of Sale of the Wolfe
uie top 01 tbgr ridge, to iwues JNicselrs j JNorthbound cars pass southbend at 6:55,
line; thence with Mijes Nickell's line to ! 7:49, 8:55, 9:49 and 10:55 a. m., 12:55,
plnce of .beginning, containing 50 j 9. .j0 t.-;; .in n -n
! tnenct a north direction to a sei sione; .wncsij.o per ousnei, potatoes
j thence a wet direetioH to a et btone; . per bushel, all fteck high, shippers are i mersluden,; ot M- u-A- r friendinHaz
of his bestj thence a uil, ditioatrai per hundred fof fa . el Green may be interested in my doings.
' 7 yntw""---- " . . .
&)Jrh. to l m, exdlTtl.
here, more or les.
The; purchaser will be required to give f
oona wuH approTea personal security,
for the purchase price, with a lies re
tained on aid land to secure the pay
ment and 6 per cent interest frcm date
of sale until paid. Bidders will be pre
pared to comply promptly.
Given under my hand as Master Com-i
missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court,
this the 13th day of March, 1917.
J. 1. HORTON. ,
Master Com. Wolfe Circuit Court.
Rev. I. R. Hollon
Williamstown, Ky. Meh. 2 1917
Hazol Green Herald,
Hazel Green, Ky.
I herewith -send greet
ings to all the Herald family, and
for the sake of any who care to
know will give a sliort account of ;
myself. In February 1909, in the
dear old Methodist church in
Campton, I was converted by the j
Power of God from a life of sin in
to a life of righteousness and cal-;
led to pi each the Gospel that so :
wonderfully saved me. In Junei
following I was licecsed to preach j
at Morenead, Ky. aud recommend-
ed to the Kentucky Annual Con
Was admitted on trial at Pans,;
TT r i. 1 ffr J x a .
jxy. iu oopt. ivvv ana appoinieu 10 ,
the rastorato of the Hmdman
-l i I. T 1 i i
uuurgo wuicn x servea iwo yearB ,
From there I was transferred to',
Washington, Ky. wnere I remained
four year3. From there I was sent
to Hazard and spent one year
there, from whence I was appoint
ed to my present charge at Wil
liamstown, a splendid little city
midway between Lexington and
Cincinnati, on the Q aud C R. R.
I am uow well in my eighth year
in the ministry and during that
time I have seen many souls, both
young and old, rejoice in the del
iverance from sin through the
power of the Gospel of Christ.
During all my travels I have not
forgotten the friends and acquain
tances of my native heath. To me
they are the best people on the
globe, and in all my wanderings I
have never found a people that ex
celled them, aud I have never been
ashamed or afraid to own them
and defend them from unwarrant
ed and unjuit criticism. I have
two children, girls, six 'and twelve
years of age that cun't be beat
anywhere; We greatly enjoy the'
tV i t jfi i . ' 'iJi f n
edi torOt nVartnmUiinViwIl
best wishes for all the Herald
family and hoping that we shall j
all meet some of these days on the
"banks of deliverance" with all
those we have loved and lost a
I R. Hollon.
Wihner,Dallas county,Tex.,Mar. 12, -17.
Editor Hazel Green Herald.
Dear Sir In obedience to your re
quest it ia my pleasure to write a few
lines for your valuable paper. Wilmer
ia a small town on the H. & T. C. rail
ruau, nMeen mues irom iue City Ot jflil-
I Cfi r .i r. .
laa in the hast section of Dallas courity
with splendid transportation and travel-1
ing facilities. Iuterurbans leading from
Dallas to Corcieanua. CaJS na5s Wilmer
at 6:55 S:07' 8:55' 10:7 and 10:55 a-
1207.2:07, 4:07, 4-.-5, (5:07, 6:55 and 10:55.
Splendid pike road from Wilmer to Dal
las and to Lancaster, Texas. 'Quite a
number of our best citizens hail fioni
some from around Hazel Green. I will
mention 1. Little, prominent dealer
m groceries, Carson Little, prominent
formnr W S I iXla r u1
home in Wilmer, a farmer, grocerv man,
pre.!nowin tbe aulomobiIe business, T. A.
j Fallen formerly of Gilmore, leading
farmer, raised and sold $10,000 worth of
cotton last year. We have also among
us other KentuckianSj the Patterson
family, the Hiltons U M Eingo from
Bothwell, Ky., Ben Kirby, Wesley Kirby
from near Bowling Green, Ky.,all moral
industrious aad leading citizens. For
fear I take up loo much soace I will
close and write more in the future.
Dr. W. O. B. Reray, .
C. C, Pack.
j suit against the Ky. Wood Product Co.
Areola., Ill , o 7, 1917. j for Which I gained a judgment in tha V.
Mr. James I. Hollon, Hazel Green, Ky. J S' Court for one thousand dollars for in
It gives me much pleasure once more ! juries I received atthcir plant at Kragpn
to write to the paper of my home town ! Ky. lastsumnier.
near which I spent many of my boyhood With kind regards to all. I am,
days, the scenes of which brings many j
fond memories of childhood and friends
that are scattered over many states of
the Union any many gone to the Great
Wo llVP ill Drvilrtlno inlintr. Tlltnt i
' v ..-w " wujitg uvuutj, JII1LIU1S,
seven miles east of Areola on Vandalia
Railroad in what is called the corn belt
NOTICE OF Q-AMB WABBKH.
. By order and direction of J. Qaincy Ward, Extnr At 41
the Game and Fish Department at Frankfort I call po H
en and farmers of District No 2S compowd of the cont)of
Maszoffin. Morsan and Wolfe to feed and protect toag aud iB4tir
j qntil and otner game birds wblle the ground 15 COTertd WltH ttpr
. . runQrBIi hpcorae exunct. Go to &t
in order that they not die sf hunger and become exunc. w mm
edee of the woodlana ana ciean srau
Unrn whfijit. bran, oats or an7 small
! obligation as well as to provide sport
on is on.
HAZBL GREEN ACADEMY,
An ideal School In an idl town for boys arw
girls of Eastern Kentucky.
Bli STRICT DISCIPLINE. HIGH, CLEAN, HEALTHFUL LOCATION,-
U YlVlVL.UUiX.llN- XlAiKXJ uiviii
RED RIVER VALLEY .
(Ml Stcaiu heat electric lights and
comforts. Refined, cultured and Christian atmospnere. opcuiuaucn-
tion to good manners and soolal
trained teachers. 75,000 equipment, rrimary, wuuuuu sw.,
M school, normal, musical, manuel training and domestic science courses
M batb he lt and lightt So00pcr week. Tuition, 41.25
Tt . . . . f r.r l c
jwsj perrn0nth up to fifth grade ; S2.00
M tuition rates bv the term. Not run
tuition rates by the term
l 1 "EV.1
ain boys and girls. Fall Term just
direction of Christian Women's Board
For information write to
1 Rev. J. T. McGAR
I will pay this snm of any Watch or Ciocfe which I
can not put in good running order.
I DO ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY WORK.
The public is cordially invited to call and see me when
in need of expert watch or clock repairing. All work
guaranteed Send by insured parcel post.
W. B. LABKINS, V
At Bridge. JACKSON, KY.
General Contractor and Builder
I have beeirn the Constructing Business for
years and am preparejfijUcnow how to do your stone
and cement Mark pro
cmeTit TOftks, and, IB J cmU pum UM JLlftil Wim
to me. Will furniskond tharmywork will le satisfac
tory and according contract.
about war Iiere. "There's all of pleasure
and all of peace in a friend or two and
all your troubles may find relief in a
friend or two. It'u in the grip of the
clasping hand on native soil or in alien
laud but the world ia made you under
stand of a friend or two.'
The sentiment expressed in the above
seems to more clearly express our feel
ings toward the people of Eastern Ken-
lucky than any words we may our
eolpa riP::fl!ltp MttV 1917 he the bet
of a may h, MeMinfi8 not nnly
on.or ;tn rnnr i:f PTfpn(i fn vnr
family and those associated with you
and health and good cbcerbe the lot of
0. C. Pack.
J. H. Amyz
Dufluesne, Pa. March 12, t9fomin8 50mc .time- H c could all meot
Mr. James I. Hollon,
Please find as!&scd check for ono dol
lar for which kindly send mc the Herald
Wc live in Duqucsne Pa. a city of a
bout twenty tousnnd people located thir
teen miles above Pittsburg on the Mon-
j ongahela river. This is a very business
place with lots of'ork going on and
j j hftVC a good posItl-on nIcelv
t Wiifrfx; hnintr vnrv hfcrli
located in the city. My family and my
self are more than pleased with our new
location. The children go to school
every day and arc doing well.
I was near dear old Hazel Green last
week and would have liked very much to
have made it a visit but owing to the
condition of the roads and my severe
cold I was afraid to venture. I was at
Jackson on business as I had a damaco
J. H. Axnyjz
R. R. 1, Box 352 IndianapoUs, Ind.
Mr. James I. Hollon,
Hazel Green, Ky.
I feel rather out of place in an i3uvi-i
UC40ltu ,u lue ,01K3 wno oncc vea m
: Hazol Green but I suppose I belong to a
mer student of H. G. A. or friend in Haz-
better at present,
leeixng muon oetter at present,
nm doing llht work, but I 'shall
zram. x urge wi
and food when the fcaatin
S. Rose, District Gauw Warden.
tested cistern water to drink. Home
intercourse. University ana coug e
per montn above niui grauc. opccia
for profit but for the good of moun-
started. Entorat any time. Under J
YE Y, Principal.
not teach any more. I shall always look
back with pleasure to my work in Hazel'
Green and the people I met there. Some
time, perhaps, I may be able to visit you
again. I sh-dl always be keenly interest
ed in the Hazel Green Academy and the
town of Hazel Green.
I wish to sond greetings to all the
students who were once my pupils. I
often think of them. I hope they arc
doing their bit well, wherever the arc.
Elza H. James
Bushton, III. Mar. 6 191,7;
Mr. James I. Hollon,
Hazol Green, Kv.
I received your letter a fjw
days ago stating you were going to havc
a home coming in the way of .letters; I
wfeh that we might have a real home
in Hazel Green we could have a good
time for a few dnys I am running a gen
eral store here, and have been here for
sixteen yeais. My father and mother aro
living here and arc in good health con
sidering their age. I very of ton think of
Hazel Green and my friend3 and always
take it as an honor to be a Kcntuckferi.
I am asked so often in what part of Kv-
i 1 was bonarn always glad to tell
meminaric was-near Hazel Green I
don't think I wilk ever go to Ky. to
make it my home. We are having some 1
fine March weathoj herc.As I guess
your paper wiuVbe fi'Ul I will quit hoping
that every: one; XrilrWritea little at
Misses Zelphia Brewer and Bma
Sparks were the guesti of Ma
Brewer Saturday and Sandaj. ;
Mrs. Alva Brewer who has beeV
here for some time hai xeturiied t
Jim Brewer of Laurel ia Moving;
near Rogers. r"
Henry Nickell who hu U4f,
sick for some time te better.
Lizzie Brewor v'tauA m . t -
' :nTTn L
day and Fri Jay.
Jim and George Brewer;