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I 1 kTe three nice well 'famished
rooms to rent. ? -
Mrs. Nannis M. Kash
Miie Fallen of tfeolawas talk
ing oil boom with ourn. people
Rev. Ira Wells, regular chnroh
day, Old Baptists, fourth Saturday
in each month.
Miss Cynthia Montgomery, who
has made her home with George
and family, left recently for
her home in Magoffin county.
Mra. Arthur Kash of Landsaw
attended the meeting of 0. E. S.
at this place Saturday night.
Undo Frank Johnson made his
usual visit to Lacoy creek from
Saturday Dntil Monday.
In the?ab?ence of OHie Adams,
the hacLman, Archie J.ohnson has
been taking his place on the road
Mra. Genera Brown of Laurel
ha3 rented from H. E, Swango the
cottage he recently bought from
E. H. Patton and moved to it
R. P. Swango is having his lot
and sarden enc!0Eea with - a nice
.. "ce wn,cn ccms much 10
i fho Ir.nL-c nf i i-
Rice and familv. left rflCfb rnrV" . "!
irn,, xt:i it r A t were face to face with him. Con
; Kelly jNickell of Grassy Creak 1 . ,
'came up Wednesday "to see his ?ressmau Fields ablhfcy as
daughter, xMinnie, auH. G. A) er of one of the most important
student, who has-the measles. ' committees of the House, is rec-
I oguized by the statesmen of the
Now is the tme for you to buy
I oougnt early and are able to sell
fat normal prices.
Kelly Montgomery, a brothel of
i Mrs. J, W. Bohanan, had the mis
, fortune of having his leg broken
i while cocpling cars. He was fore
man of some railroad hands when
the accident befell him
j AuutJuda Ward of our town
j has spent the winter at the home
'of her niece, Mrs. Kelly Nickell,
oa Grassy. She celebrated her
79th birthday anniversary March
h with, a b i jgd l a n or,- ,a t A lh e
Rfillo Tnvlor nnd T.po RppH of
Grassy Creek, and M ss Cynthia
Montgomery were guests of Mrs.
J. W. Bohanan Sunday.
VK.J. UcLm aud G. C. Allen
havodded some very promising
territory Ho their holdings. Drii-i
ling will begin as soon as machiu
nry can be gotten in.
j Murphy and Linden are negot
iating with Eastern Capitalists
with a view to immediate develop
Paper your room with paper at
Mrs. Oliver Kash and little
daughter. Christine, of, Jackson,
aro vising relatives here.
John Hale who has been in
MaiuavHIe,' Ohio sincM January
tne nrst was caneu nemo on ac-
count of the iiines3 of Vorsie and
Hattie who have measles-
Attison and Newt n Oh ambers
Mrs. Ritta Oaudiff visited her
lister, Mrs. Olerama Oldfield, near
Little Georgia Bohanan is down
with the measles.
Swango Brothers have some
thing NEW in dress goods.
Golden Nickell aud John Blank
enship stole a march in March
Wednesday eve ended m a March
wedding at the home of her father,
Dr. A. C. Nickell.
Carl Mize, of State street, is suf-
, fering this week with neuralgia of !
!the teeth. !
Wendell McGuire is suffering ;
with measles at the homo of - his I
grend mother Aunt Jant Kash,
Aunt EHep tteratt is rem sick-
Snowing tftlll. IjOOSS as ji cne I u,i avi't f fctT kf a,
farmen will' not farm any for aNiamoy J.-W, WMm-
Ova Stamper, who has been at
Middletown. Ohio, for some time,
has returned homd on account of
Ethel Clark was the gnesfc of
?th? Cauuoy Satnrday Di8bt and
Born, arch 13, to the wife of
C&rl StamPer "
Miit Ethel Clark was the guest
one uignc last weeic
We' are sorry to say our best
girl friends are going to leave us
and go to Midd'etown. Ohio, that
if. Lvda Tntfc and Dora Nanior. I
Hurry up, girls, and come back,
Quill Center and fam'.ly spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
his brother, Flcyd Center, and
Alice Wells was the guest of her
r4 f A ll" I O 3
rorter Clark is on the sick list
at this writing.
Kelly Ratliff moved Tuesday in
to J. R. Clark's house on Clark
Measles are raging around in
this part of the -woods. j
Ada Toliver was the gusst of j
her cousin, Mis Pearl Clark, Sat- i
urday afterucon Snowball.
ressman iieid does.
have as much considera
tion for his constituents as if they j
Country. He is the ranking mem-
ber of the Committee on Military
Affairs and is considered as an
anthontivo on this importantEub
Congressman Fields is never too
bnsy to stop and help somebody.
He has a way of making the most
timid feel perfectly at ease when
in his presence, aud when he mak-
(qo a frionrl Tio Visa a vnv nf Voon.
ing him, I beliove that the inter
ests of the people of the Ninth
District ars in safe hands as long
as they are in the hands of W. J
j ' Owing to the finTountcf sickness
in school and iu town the en ipr-
tainment, to have been given 1 13'
! the Athletic Assocfnti nil mid nnet-
jpneda week, has been abandon-
i-frl Rlllf.fl thn o.ntH i 1-intio n rt nm
hpttere . 7, TT1 V V '
i ciaiion win ue tuKen caro ct
j by voluntary contributions. Thw
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!Jfl5 dab oeen recaivea nro 01
the i death of the mother of Brth
5?2 "if" "i". i"f n V1"
" uw nuo jcv-ciuij liiiucu iiuuip.i
The numerous friends of Bertha
send their heartfelt sympathy in
this time of grief.
Owing to the amouutof sickness
and contagion thnre was no snClal
Erathsr nff Satnrdnv 17th Tr.
hoped these affairs may soon be j
Jnim TEtr .itn-i a nnA
Tuesday to wmove his effects.
Frances and Anna Whismao
speut the weekend with parpnts.
Shirlny Chambers returned Mon
day afier a visit with his relatives
Sunday with his parent-
. The Czar of Russia was oxcited
trl I llnack onanf ntnrriii n . I
probably because of the fact that
his children have the measles all
four of them. Mauy of us can in
this way fenl a Lympathetic kin
ship with his ex-majesty.
Noticpi3 herebv given thatHuey
Hollon, now confined in the State
Reformatory, Frankfot, Ky., will
make application to the Board of
Prison Commissioners, for re-parole
at thair May meeting 1917.
Dr. Kash is real busy attending
nieasle patients, having about 20
Gases in town.
Uncle Robert Goodwin, of Still
water, died March 13th of old age.
He would have been 94 years oldJ
March 81st, the father of Mrs,
S. H. Rose of, Stillwater. ,
Caarlie and Ray Cecil are irrra
proving nicqly from measles.
While strolling along the street onli
gaiUrday, Robinson Crusoe mot Friday. '
"H'ml Thatfe .nothing tonight at
iwalvQ oloak: Biliv Sunday will nwi
ipy.,t Jctt wjfe
! Mrs- Louise HoTi&fK Int bets
visitintr relatives, f 0ff? u,
I retoned Lome. sB
Mr. Clarsnce 1?&M !gW
visiting her bro&r tfe
paat week. Wr?
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Harlan Eosle. rif Hi
his mother Mrs. Yin
The littie son of J. He& -been
very low with Veu ufis re-
poriea sooits ucfcvci. .g. -f--
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W. M. IJIevins mad g1"!!!"? to
West Liberty Tueday. Wt
Hendrix Henry, of ace, has
iqone to Midctietown,
j Died, at his borne uil'e Qanej,
j March loib of rneaale6 Ferguson,
t ne ieaves a father, tforepirother, two
i sister?, a wife, and fduWyughters, to
j mourn his lo? - Prances.
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On account of tlie,tat number
of oil prodncers and eoxl,eratorr
thatxpend the wefchd ac the
Vhoenix Hotel, a concert
will be given by thfyHioenix Or
chestra each Saturday ternoon
from 4 until 6 o'clock! j-
Miss Hogarty willafrange i
special program andMr. Bruce.
Iteynolds, who is consifered the
greatest violinist in the South,
will play a number of.solos.
Tbe Phoenix Hotel greatly ap
preciates the palrouageof the
mountain people from tbi South
east aud liig Sandy sectioas of the
State and will eudeaTorjfo make
their visits to Lexingtohuia pleas
ant as possible.
J. W. MorienV
Mottvilte, N. YMafch 5, 1917
Dear Mr. Hollon:
It is with grea pleasurt I ..witc you.
I enjoyed very much reacirighe article
;Wjritten by S. S. Combs, the "history of
the Combs Family in your paper a few
?nonthsago. I think hqjwtS 'a grand
good man, judging by thpway you spoke
of lnm at the tune of his death. 1 was i
looKintr lor more 01 nia ktiu
Old Slave da-s before thCim War, but j
death claimed him and mr with was not I
j fulfilled. When I was rf school boy I
nlwnvc liL'prl tn h
j sing My Old Kentucky Some as they
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j orKca at tnwr 10oms we the fam -
uvwki.11 uiiuniaiuiu, oa uuuy
mis AfnrtAn SotnK CViniTlc-Anl .. U..
T . t c ,
! V t0 Iok m my Geof pliy aml see
: fhn stfm hnnfc nnc?nrrl&if. THnninriofi
I and Ccvinstoa. I must sat aiff' am to
daj' I have a dear thoughlfin Jrhy heart
for Kentucky and its peoplS ffr.,
.; JohntW. Morton
1 L0?an LitfffiTlS
j Mr. Sam Wilson,
Hazel Green, Ky.
j Dear Friend:
You will find enoloSdTl 00 fn.
"Dear Old Herald" i?to say
11 UlbU JUU piCMi USVQ villi
i brother DavM Lindeniplprnson,
i UK,a x am aireaav scnoer
and I am sure he willenjoy read
ing the Herald.
He was born and rinsed on Gill-!
more aud received mosj&f his odu -
nnllmy of TTo-ral ripnoiir:
! ed his education at RHill, Y. ) I gurss you haven't forgotten nio, and
! He left this creek in IB&Laud in it gives me great pleasure to read the
j Igfif) ha settled downBfri' OklaJdeiir old Herald. I can hardly do my
wnere ne now r6siaessaio uae t
.i t ;j -s.rr t
oeen a successtui larmer&ana reailnfm .,nhnncrr nwnviwvi nnssed awav.
estate dealer and hasaccunmlated
a good living at those businesses.
He hai also held county pmc8 oul
there. He is ranked asne of th
x . ... ,SmJ . , , a tarm near omoinnau, ana nave nnu
most inlluBntial mem tan of the j the easurc of having TOme of our Kon
Democratic party in la. He tuoky fricndg out to seo us We find
has always beeu a subscriber to j this a very healthy place and the people
the Herald but I did 'not know ' are congenial. I bope to get back to
, . &un tt Kentucky to see our friends some time
whether or not he knew?sthe Her-, ,. it. ,. nnnnrtnn
: and shall not over look any opportunity
is being published so I amending j which prcseats itseif of coming to Hazel
it to him. I also haJanot her ! Green.
brother in Okla. to whJStl will; Wishing you much success and best-
hu u rr OQ,-,Wa Rhnrt
Say. Uncle Sam, Rebecca's cai
is still aliye. She said jg want
ed ta kill it when youre here
We are all well and hoplljou are
. With best
wishes fof 'ySr per- ! Dutchman's flea when you think you j
t u Sr,,;., have found roe I am gone. I aow live!
ritV. I beg-tOigJiniain, ",iVt-,UUI u , ... f 0- nnn '
lJf liM MnearNob!esville,Ind.,a city of 2o,000:
sonal prosperity, I beg-toi
K"v Tront Ulis tT' ,1S'
"UMiC." UUV " "
father's Wiev. At hit aeclll6 Jpcnt
iniuc long sine.Mcecorfcf-Biact-1
caKt Be Cnrd
; it" . ot me n intuit, i
br coMUtutional condltiM. ad '
tCLi JateraAily cta thra
ium wt "co'M wfac of the
ty wuatry for years. It is eosa- ?
c2Si12rftStof bt towks knows. ;
J5 wiUi sokra of the best blood
use ingredleuts ia Sair rat.rrK rw f
t"wtts la catarrhal eaftfoi sr
r'.f; Prop., Toledo. O
HaU Family PHb f0r conitipatlon.
A. K. MATTPTN" I
JEWELER & OPTOMERTIST
Eyes tested. Glasses Fitted.
Watch Iospeclor L. & N. R. IL
1 Special attention to mail oaders.
Mrs. Tom Byrd has measles.
jiiss Georgia McGuire spent Saturday
and Sunday with Miss Lula Henry;
Mrs. Harve Sheets is visiting her pa
rents Floyd Barker aud wife of Omer.
Victor McGuire made his usual call
at Flat Woods Suuday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Henry sper,t Sun-1
day night with D. G. Henry and family.
Effie and Ethel Ad'ins visited their!
cousin Mrs. Lillie Ferguson Thursday. J
Nola Mae, the little daughter of Mr.j
j and Mrs. George Blankenship, who has
been very sick is better at this writing.
' Emma McUuire spent Saturday with
! her sister Mrs. Tom Byrd. j
! Unc'e Nias Lovelace, who has leen ;
j confined to his room with lagripps most ;
: all winter is able to be out again.
I Mary McKinney ha returned home j
! from Ejder where she ha'j been visiting j
her brother Jce McKinney. j
I Nannie Henry spent Monday with her j
' sister Mrs. Oliver McGuire. ;
Uncle Mike Byrd, one of Morgau j
county's oldest citizens passed awsy at .
the home of his daughter Mrs-, .lames;
Vest March 18, 1917, infirmities due to;
o.'d age. j
Bro. Win. Yucum failed to fill bin ap-
pointment at the Bonny school house!
Saturday and Sunday on account of his !
illness. There was a large crowd out,
and had singing, all seemed to enjoy j
she songs, hope be will soon1 recover and j
be able to preach For us next third Sun-;
The little infant of Mr. and Mrs
Robert Cox fell in the fire Saturday aud j
! was seriously burned. j
Burn, to the wife of Mr. and Mrs. Edd
Craft March 18th, a hoy, name Ghaliuer.
the sick list is belter at this writing.
E. L. Blankensnip
! Mr. James 1. Hollon
: Dear Editor
' T in i 1.1. il. j r
J. will ivrilU IU 1UU HIU uuuiia 111
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the Hora d amA st,,1.hv,n?: ,T am
pmnlovofl with tlm Amnripnn lobaeco
iConipany. This is the largest scrap to ,
bacco factory in the world, they make
' 9 brands of tobacco. There are SO ma -
sjnincs running m this plant an cacti
' tyachine puts out 2S ocent packages a
' mi,Ilt? Wrk, a TO,n whicre,;hcre
are OUU gins wonting anu inusi- un are
I from Kentucky. Girls are only allowed
'to work 54 hours per week for which
i tney are paid sio. My room mate Tom-
' mie Lec is emploved at the American
K"ing , 'S P , VQV?ay'
nouis oeiuga nays wore, a nuvouuvn
consUint subscriber to the Herald. 1
' will send in some subscriptions as soon
! as I have time
With best wishes and kindest regards ;
T7 T T1.. ..1 !
Mrs. J. B. Thompson
T.nvplnnr! Ohio F. D. 3 Mar! 3. 1917
! u..,i nm.i Moriri
i Hazel Green, Ky.
work until I have read every word of it.
i sec so many names mar i mo- iug
! ";-"i . , i w -
, it has been twenty years since we liv-
, ed in your town but we have always
. . . , .
loved Hazel Green
! are L'" l.UUUJ , K , ,
nr. r n.. i i,j
I wishes, I am your fnond,
I Mrs. J.B.Thompson
No)lcsillc. Ind. R. R. 9 March 1, 1917
Hazel Green Herald
i As you had such a hard time finding
i mo T v ill now write-you. I am like the ?
'inhabitants. I have only been here a
fshort time. This is a good country for
work and there are a great many factor-,
. t. 1 . r,A lrrn fnnfru-ffKl I
and paper mills I am in tbe very best
ies nere sucn asgia
of health, tip the scales at 190 minus A
i w.vflt hook.
i ; .
JVjdpst regards toalh I am,
eve or the
BANK WITH US. ;
We pay 4 per cait icttrcst a lima itpttiis.
Hargis Commercial Bank & Trust Company,
J THE- HIGH COST OF LIVING
can be reduced by raising more corn,
wheat, potatoes, etc.
We have the money to loan to you
to do it with.
Let us help you to help yourself
while prices for farm products are'
Hazel Green, Ky.
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GRASSY CREK I
Eobert Lykinn. of Wt Liberty, is
vWtiiig frieuds Pud relatives at tins
Kellv Nickell and M.J. A my x, of this'
t place, made n bu.Mi.e?3 trip to
! erty Wednesday.
iim cTssile nml Prank Iwia f Little! '"cWey snont Faiurday nicht
,,a'nev Jeft Tp8J,.V for i...x'ilic,0n ti.lwth father Elias Shockey at this
iw their n...d onild WillieUwfa who Pce. He was enroute for Alt. Sterlft
is just alive,
j Anew telephone line Matting from
j Caruiel Oily and cnniine into the Gias-jy
j switchboard haveing, 23. boxe.
Mrs. E. W. Day, of this plaoe, visited
j her daughwr Mr?. 1 . E. 'arJ Thursday.
L"e Ferguaon, of this place, died Wed
j nc.-u.i , n
; wife and five children to mourn his loss
Mis. M- L Amyx, of thfs place, visited
Mrs. J. D. Henry and family Wednesday
evening. ' T.
Misses OHie Phipps, Kathleen and
Lexte Childers were callinu on Miss
Rulh Wtlls Wf dnwday afternoon.
Mrs. Etta Justice and little son Benzil
were guests of Mrs. Jas. Iugram and
Mrs. Raney Pier.itt and Jittle'daughter
Hilda aie this week visiting her ''foster
mother" Mrs. F. M. Jones at Tom's
Miss Pearl Crain was the guest of Mirtt
Ruth Wills M.mdav cifcbt.
K-q. hockey, who ha been confined
to bis room with lagrippe for tbe past
few weeks is able to be out agaiu.
Charlie aad DiHa Lmkous went to
Ezel shopping Wednesday afternoon.
A Mr. Wilson from Neola was la our
J midst from Friday until Sunday and
i called on his best girl Mis3 OHie Phipps
; Saturday night. Come again Mr. Wil-
I son for your smile3 dippel the gloom. So
says Miss OHie.
Uncle John Terry Crain was out buggy
. .b''.. r
mindsthe writer of
day eveBing. It re-
The Slow Train
Thrniich Arkansas, as sho s8 Uncle
iJohnSTerry ro-plowing throagh the
MiajRuth Wills called on Miss Leila
;Biohie Saturday afternoon.
, JeffElam and wife, of n4r this place,
I have smallpox. -People around here are
getting scared up. .
M'6 x pepdiPR vqgI it
for some day
lie .will be the
man, with money
Gil Ell, I
f (J. A. had to leave school and coir.
home 'lbursday " account of sickness .
M'-sdame5 Elias 'Shociey aud Etta
JoMice jini two little sors Coy and Deu4
an,i fliniv 8undav.
. U Rii'h,V Th. haS We" V
some ume is improving very
A dinner wa3 eivn at the home oC
Wt J.. Ingram Sunday, March ISth, in.
honor .f hi? darghfer Anna BelleTa
birtbdny. The foUowinar were presents '
Jas. Ingram and wife, Dors'e Ingram,,,
wife ami liMle son Willard, Mrs. WT.
Ward,MissesJennifand Fern Nickell and
Ruth Wills and Messrs. Alec Maxey and
Ourtis Nickell. The writer wishes MW
Anna Belle many more happy birthdays.
The writer received a Iettftr this week
from C'esier Pieratt, who left for Iowa
about thre eefcs ago. He stated that
he ha 1 landed aH . K but it was very
coll ut therr. Said he had bees to a
lake about three mile? from Curlew and
the ice vm frozen three feet deeps1
Chesters many fi lends mi$3 Hit, . hu.
were glad to hear that La is satisf ed arid
wish him much success. "
Mrs. H. s. efT : nd Mi?s Ruth WiTla;
called on Mrs. Wiley Wilson Thursday
Blackeyed Dude. , .
Having decided to make
change in my business ennisjef
ments, I offer for sale my eutirt
holdings in Ilazel Green, whicfi
consists of residence in a very de
sirable location, also my general
blacksmith and repair bniineic
which is well equipped to mwt
the requirements of any demand
in this lie. I will nake tkis sal
at a bargain price, and will either
sell all as a whols, or sparattly,
as may bi nit psrcher.
An opportwiity to cr
sirable propscfy at a bargain ;ia
not very fr&qutly prwciWd. . tim
I would advise any oa inWvwtfM
to tike advaaUfe of tki af,.
Jojih H". BoP
- ;. " Sir ' . . ' " -SSS