Newspaper Page Text
HA3JEL GREEK HUALD
Attorneys G. B. Sttmpcr aad
ind A. D. Lykiua are attee4inft ike
Stanton CircVit coart tkk week.
Stephen Alien and wift, of
Grandon, Wii. caaa iu SaUrday
r,ltr spending lir yer in the
north. Stere aayi hk father's far
fcemi now to be th plac to lo
cate. Rev. W, L. Byrd, potior of the
M. E. church at Hi ad an, to
gether with hie wife and children
are visiting relative here. Letch
er preached at the M, E. church
here Sunday morning and night.
Fred Hank and rjife, of Win
chester, are here on a visit and
also to look oat a location to more
here this spring,
G. H. Gosgey moved to hii home
on south Washington street last
Dr. John L. Cox is now domicil
ed m Mrs. S. P. Hcwe'a property
on mala street.
0. G. Williams who for the past
two weeks has been ic the St
joph Hospital, Lexington where
he underwent a trgical operation
for gall stone is reported to be
Judge Y B. Duff will leTe the
first of April to be treated by a
specialist for stomach tremble.
Mrs. Emaline Shull a very old
'lady is very low with a complica-;
tion of diseases.
Frank Elkins. asre 55 vears died .
at the iome of D. C. Steele Satur-!
day night the 17th inst. and was
buried in the Slkini graveyard on
Holly creek Monday.
E. T. Bailey made a business
trip to MiddletowD, Ohio last
I. N. Williams sold to Adam
Greech one milch cow for $80. This
is getting yftry high under a Dem
. , t ,. ! Funeral services were conducted
Some one without loave or lie-; . . . , . t t m i
, n ! at the residence by Rev. L. T, Al-
enB entered the premises of A. u. , n
i , r , , . , . ,i hson and Rev. W. T. Tyler. Rev.
tPhvur last Wednesday night ndm t v- .t l - j
r3p . , , , , , ITylsr buing a brother to the de-
ioe tneretrom two wras ana two
side of airesh butchered pig.
A musical recital and play was ;
given by Miss Jennie Belle George
and cer music class at the school j
building Saturday night which was j
well attended and very much eu-
joyed by all.
Walter Oliver visited home folks j
at iVnce, Saturday and Sunday, j
Millard Alien who for the past
three months has been at Middle-'
town, Ohio returned home Satur-j
Mrs. J.E Caudill is visiting rel
atives at Tallega this week.
James Drake bought of Daniel I
.,. rt . . , . . I
McQuinu one house and lot on
t r t n, n.
Joe Lykius ana Clay Stavuper
, . , . , ...
are at Torrent looking for a 30b
.. . ,
iu the new oil fields. I
A. H. Stamper returned from!
, . . .r , , , . , !
Zachanah, Monday, where he had .
. . , .
beeu to visit his grand daughter j
who is very low with fever.
t r c- ,j t -w- t 1
W. B. Duff sold to :N'wet Wii -
, . ... :
liams one milch cow price 160. ,
C. B Lykius and family of Dun-
right, Oklahoma are expected to
arrive here this week to make their ; ?
The itifufc' child of Granville
.Bailey is very low with fever.
Trustees from the various school '
districts met at the office of Snpt.iday Dt the snow and wiud were j
Shpckey a;id elected the chair- j too severe. j
men tf the various divisions. Mrs. Ida Swango and daughter j
These chairmen compose County i were the guests of Mrs. Eliza Hel
Boadd of Education. The County s ton Fridiy afternoou. ;
Supt. beiug chairman of the Board.
The followi g were chosen :
Division No: 1 II L. Taulbee,
Division No: 2 J. G. Trimble,
Division No: 3 C. A. McQoinn.
Division No: 4 W. L. Hobbs,
Division No: 5 G. S. Terrill,
Division No: 6 T. F. Stamper.
Mrs. J. EL Gevedon, of Quick
saud, is visiting relatives here.
S. B, Smith and Isaac Elkins
rvedonthederaljury in the)
u. o. oourx xt JacKsou last week,
G. WSalley and Bill Taylor at-;
tended onrt at Jackson last week, j
wllPn S v r infnrmprt Kill!
diw a fi fr acillinf booie.
M. F, Hortofl, dtpety Coaty
Gkrk, visiua b family at Holl
ooville, Satmrday ad Sanday.
J. C. Hunt, of Jaekaoo, waa
here laat wek visiting kis parents
and lasaing aoaae oil lands.
J. H. ad G. B. &tapc last
wtis,took lei oa 9000 acre oil
territory in the Bed River and
Mrs. T. B. Hanks and sou, Fin
lay, will movt to their farm at
Vortex April 1st.
Clinton Dolphin who has been
in Middbstown Ohio fee some time
baft returned home.
Jack Smith is confined to his
room with toniilitii.
JohnT. Hindman, of Jackson
was here last week looking after
bis oil leases and consulting G.
W. Lovelace who is taking leases
for hi w.
T. B. Hanks, aged 62 died Sat
urday, March 10, of a complication
of diseases. He had been in very
poor health for a number of years.
He leaves a wife and eight child
ren all of whom are grown and
married except the youngest son,
Finley, five sons and three daugh
ter Willie, Cud and Lum, of Vor
tex, Finley, of- Middletown, Ohio,
Fred, of Winchester, IJrs. James
Drake and Mrs. Van B. Elkins, of
Campton, and Mrs. W. L. Byrd,
Boon, sf the deceased was known
to his many friends was a man
who was well respected by all, was
a kind hnsband and father. He j
is the last of four brothers to an-j
ewer the last summons. He was i
a son of Hon. Cod M. Hanks, one
of the first founders and settlers
of Campton and Wolfe county.
This family has been one of the
foremost iu political and Eocial
affairs of the county.
The deceased is survivad by sev
en sisters, Mesdames Laura Hor
ten, A. D. Lykins and Miss Dora
Hanks, of Campton, Mrs. Barnie
Guy, of Winchester, Mesdamea
Mattie Cox and Sarah Wilson, of
Okla. and Mrs. Lucy Townsand, of
. , . T 0
buried in the I. S. Miller grave-
THrd. Mr. Hanks was a member
0ftheM.E. church and of the!
Fxatemal Orders F. fcA. M. and
jQ. o, F.
The bereaved have th Brmnafh
i of all the community.
CAN MEL CITY
Mrs. Susan Lykins and daughter,
Mrs. Tom Davis, returned Satur- i
day from Carlsbad Springs feeling
greatly benefitted. j
n m . M , '
Custer Jones returned Saturday :
c T . .,, :
from Louisville. j
Mr. aud MrB. A, H. Snowden
. . , , , i
went to Jackson last week for a '
r , r ,j
few davs viset with the forhier !
Rob Caudill came 111 Sunday to :
, , , . .. j
look about the interests of bis !
Rev. W. F. Chappel will begin a
!, - , f. f V, - . , Jf . ;
ten days meetin at Saints' church !
Quite a number of girls at Val
eria were going to tho cliffs Sun
Willie Swango Etayed all night
I with bis uncle Yolna Mnrphy Sat-'
; urday night. !
Mrs- Volna Murphy and family
were the guests of Shiloh Swango j
! Lula Murphy was the gnest of j
j Mra. Ltla Cannoy Thursdayater-
Misses? Ethel C I a r k eNL nTn i f ,
gt amper sud Ethel SwaDgo were
'il t f t.4l in .
the guests of Ethel Cannoy Satur-
TAat c B i,.tJ
of Mrs. Murphy Monday."
- UPPER GILLMORE.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Netherly
art very tick at this writing.
Mrs. Scott Nickell visited her
mother Mrs. Elizabeth Haddix
Satmrday night and Sunday.
Eev. Jamea Nicktll left Satur
day to fill his regular appoint
ment at Haddix, Ky.
Born io the wlfs of A. B. Banka
a ten pound boy, LucMpie.
Miss LillieHaynes was the guest
of Miss Maggie Haddix Saturday
Cleveland Rose bought of Har
lan Nickell a yearling mule for
which he paid $65.
J. C. Lindon was a business vis
itor on Lacy Creek and Gillmore
the first part of this week'.
Mrs. Pearl Rose and children
visited her parents, David Vest
and wife, of Frozen Creek this
Missess Virginia and Cappa
Cecil Smith were the pleasant
guests of little Rebecca Lindon,
Miss Lula Carroll, of Lexington
visited her father John Carroll,
last week. She was accompanied
by her brother, James, who has
been at Frankfort for the pastj The Hose Coming Herald was
year' enjoyed very much. Through it we
Mrs. Delia Nickell and baby, heard frf friends we had lost
visited her mother, Mrs. Eliza- siSht of- EG- In&t Nettie Lohide
beth Haddix Saturday and- Sun-jaud Roxie-Row, besides others we
daVi ; were interested in.
j Rev. Harlan Murphy is holding
Menefee Haddix sold nis farm a tea days meeting at this place,
on Gillmore Creek containing 100 j Much, good- is being done. Those
acres to Henry Dunn for a consid-j wno have thus far given them-sel-eration
of $500. j ves to Christ are ; Harry Fallen,
Colonel Bush will this weekGarl Rcae Brela L Avis
move from J. D. Rose's farm to
the farm on Gillmoae recently
purchased by Henry Dunn.
Andrew Bush who has been at
Greeudale for the past yeas re-
turned home, Monday much to
the delght of his parents, Enoch
Bush and wife.
We were more anxious to get
the dear old Herald last week than
ever and we thiak it was so nice
of our Editor to print the letters
from subscribers as they were so
interesting and especially the one
a. M. Mcbrnire 01 tnis place and
m r ,r- m. m.
M, C. Tohver of Mize went to
Breathitt last week and returned
with a nice bunch of cattle.
0. N. Pennington the Rawleigh
mau nag iu iruia iiuiuilj uaiuiuiij
u u n t t nrnnnt u
lUJ UVUiS Ul u. t . jui jgutci u
was issuii BUfioueiy in wim
but is better at this wri
Riv. Willie Dunn of R!rlir i?rfnt
Saturday night w.th J, H.!
McGuire and Jilled hie regular ap-
. . . n 0 .
pointment at eld Grassy Sunday.
,r. . , ,, rj , !
MiBsees Annie and Myrtle Hale;
of Grassy Creek spent the week j
endwith their unole, A. R. Hale j
Misses Maggie Fugate and Ethel
Murphy spent Sunday with Alta
aud Faunie McGuire.
. t- t ,
Asa tckell and family of near
Ezel were visiting A. B.Hale nd
family Saturday night aud Sun-
S. H. Combs of this place made
a business trip to Helechawa Sat -
Ben Murphy and James Kow'moer" aa eytou ou
land were on this creek Saturday
Mrs. E, W. Day of Grass?
Creek Waited her daughter Mra. I
Lucy Lacy last week, j
Rev. Harlan Murphy of this!
place went to Lee City last wtek
to preach. jso. : - ,
Byrd Neff of Lacy Creek was I. Mrs. Uonfrd Adams of Zachar
visiting friends and relatives jn iah is improving nicely.
Church at Bonny Sunday.
J. B. Fugate who has been af.
fenng with la grippe is improving,
. ... . .
' '"'"'-j .avr BiKuucu
"nilUps wno is preparing
to repair his dwelling has
hauling lumber from S
't TWiiuf iniiriir',iiiiniiii i f 1
Bacaey tovilace and his siiterf
MartJ iUd relative at Skill.
& St o'W. H. Oler FxjaJ.
Lewis Taalbeo and wife who
hrve ben m'Soutb Lebanon, bhio
for tin n.gt'vear are here viaitine
the former's parents.
Lewis is ai
noted man and has a charming
wife (Roe).. We are glad to have
them with at.
Elvin Hdibn bought of Millard
Taalbe out: heifer pnee $29.
Look oat boyp cattle are coming
to the front again,
Thelma, the little daughter of
R- S. Mooreihas been ill the nast
J. M.Tamlhe left here Friday
with a wsgo load of corn for
Dewey Qli?er bought of RainBy
Taulbee twenty five bushel of corn
at $1 per bushel.
Price Trnlbee solo to Awk Wat
kins rfiue,wofk horse. Price one
Ross and Rhoda Acres. Many who
had strayed-on the way have been
Measles is jtill boarding with
the Lee Cjtyj people. This is a
guest all will oe glad to see leav-
i mg forever;
John Bradlj still liuger3 but
I there is no?hop3 for his recovery.
j Born to thl wife of Harlan
! Ward, a gujr Fiauces Ellen.
j lizzie jabrtl? and Calla Rose
; spent Satafiiaysnd Sunday with
! Steve Wilson md familj.
! Lee Rose trlded to Bill Pack
; aa elght year ld mare for a nine
! Vflar nlr? mnl nvin am fn hnnt.
I y. . .Q '
Jim Arutt traded a pair of old
mules to Elfdewis for a pair of
young ones; Terms of trade not
Addie Skoda? and
l erts were married March
. s -j , . t ,
have gone tolMcRoberta to make
1 their liomff'S
! J'Jf Rosebud
! ose u .
I 4 o
i t ' i
I ii i mi ,1 i mm I ii ii mm n m n mm u m n mm i mm m ,
,r , , - p:Tr . '
M. Soulrnett waa visiting
Parents flliaon Roae and wife
at Lee City Sanaay.
.f, j T r. t j
Ida Gibbiand RosaLiudon
tl ,i . ,
went to Hs&cnawa on a shopping
Mrs. Rowland Lindon has been
very aick fora'few days.
Lydia Aun -and Nora Nickell
wero visiting .Bessie and Bonnie
iGibbs Satarday night. J?our ot
J Mra . Ffaoc Gibt little grand
daughters &ent Thursday night
j with gey are Louj8) Rath
IMayandlllwa Gibbs. The night
j spent withHgraudma will be long
' remembareifby the tittle oues.
t re i it'ivmn is vibiliuit iitr :
1 ra53y im??8
The Herafd last week was sure
A large stow visited us a few
day deHverlbg wag0us. j
j cm, & I
Torrehtlt on a boom since the)
i Qil fi & fa prMBnted itself. I
tJasnpr n hie was in io u i.utb-
guesi ioma, of the citizens can
drink better liqoor man iney
have been jirinking. - j
GuattTrtlrway ud Bailie Kin-!
ciiid were Jfiaiitiily married last)
MJ4 Bua maivl VT1UU3 a" Heft there Aug. 1 for Bedford, Iowa I T rcnlv to vour renuest for' a letter to
t- Visiting tEek . Sister, Mrs' Lucy i wfioro w snnnr snmo.timr with lo tivp vrair nnnir T nrM'nf. thn onnollinitv !
.' nhilfifriS U'Kh, IS 111 VPrV riOOr . iriH frlonrJa inrl than laft tnr- Cnntliom ' itr?fi rlf"inirf Tr IllsWn snmptimft Since i
Friday aight at the home of the j
will aaafce their fature home sear
... .... "i I
H Adams, age
, r 7 lr -3 ,. .-, i
son of W. M.
ana ADOie Aflimi,'
of th,t moit drded diK., con.
sumption. He leaves a wife and '
oue child a father, mother, and
five Drotersj James snd Porter
aams, maianapolis, lud. Early, t
Earnest and Charlie Adams atjaoivetj fitwirxJlrery kc, l
Torrent. Three sisters ; Mrs. Crit ia etwix Utwem. 1 m Mt Kaik .
Cable, Mrs. Dave Hampton and fr Ecitfeer 1 T j fhi eU
" auiuii. lu in fin rn ni s inaa
The funeral services were held by
Rev. P. R. Legg and the remains
were laid to rest at the Adams
graveyard near here.
Mrs. Billie Spencer of Whisman
died at her heme Wednesday night
and was buried Thursday at the
Whisman graveyard. We have
not heard the" particulars.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Legg seem to
be improving nicely.
Tulsa, Okla. Mar. 11 1917
Hazel Green Herald
II you Will allow me space in
your valuable paper I will write
you something that might inter -
9SS-s'hlDgt011,K:y. Vth$&hr15ffigi8fflt makes onr soU rich bat it also bays oar
four years. From there I was sent
to Hazard and snent ono vgai-;
j there, from whence I was appoint-;
1 ed to ray present charse afc Wil-
liamstown,-a splendid little city
mid VVB V hotvrPPn T.n-vtrrrr. onit j
V . '"-o" ouu.;
Cincinnati, on the Q and C R. R.l
I am now well in my eighth vear I
:..: . j , It .
iu mo luiuiauj auu aurmg tnai
time I have seeu mauy 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
Jlobe, and in all my wanderings i
have never found a people that ex !
celled them, and I have never bran
ashamed or afraid to own themi
i cand defend them from nuwarrant-
ed and nujutt criticism. I have
two children, girls, six and twelvB ,
years of age that can't be beat '
HazeHSrHJll nyniflS. 1
Hazel Green, Ky.
Dear Sir; Yours of Feb. 24 came duly ,
to hand. We thank you and yours verv .
V-inrllv for thn snort;il int-itntinn tn ,nfn
regular "Home Coming" i,5ue of .
vou apeak. If we could sav any.
J " J
thing that -5Vould be of interest would:
certainly be glad to do so. We arc- sub-
scribers to your valuable paper and have i
Vuvm anm if fif Trinc v, 5rn
cer Cooper in the year of 1SS5 and have
retained in our possesion a copy of one ;
of the first "issues." ;
Mrs. Casker and I planned to make I
this trip and spend the winter in South-1
n t . . . .1
ern Cal. about Oct. 191 but receivmg a
message that Mrs. M. J. Slimp of Neosho
Mo., Mre. Caskeys sister was badly crip- i
pled and not expected to recover, we ;
rushed off to sec her May 29, 1916, rem-
.1 . ... . ... , . , ...
aiding with her until she got better. Yc !
1 Colifornia. Meeting L. C. Caskcy and his
wife in St. Jo, Mo. we all four boarded
the D. & R. G. R. R. train crossing 1he
Cplorada Mountain at the top of the '
wbrld 10242 feet above sea level the
anywhere; We. ?reatly enjoy tbe
highest point on said road. We stopped i niy subscription to Mrs. G. O. Rose of ; Curtis O. Rose, a friend of minel waa
atl Salt Lake City employed a car and Lcxie. I had npt heard of Mr Cooper's s raised in Wolfe 'County,
visited the most important places too j death until I began taking the Herald j I came ,to this couatry in 1014
numerous to mention, at this time. We ' so vou sec 1 have Deen infesinS some-! from Jackson. This is one o the great
then left for San Francisco Cal. where thin5- Wcl1 1 hardly know what to ! est states in the union. The cliraaU:-ik
we took in the sights of the city. Cros- ' 05 1 c311 iink of sa much to say. f very healthful and there is plasty of
sing the Rockies at the Soldiers Summit If 1 see all my friends in Ky. who ! worjc at good wages.
7454 feet above sea level we made our ! my ,e'ter 1 wuld be glad. I j I giad w gct Herald so.as
way via Los Angeles Cal. to Radondo wish the Upper Gillmore correspondent i lo hear from all my old friends.
Beach, where we spent the winter and . would get busy. I am acquainted with cveryBodv
now at this place Los Angeles valley; My husband is now in Sapulpa, Okla, about Hazel Green as that is ,nj old.
where wc cau look a short distance north He is a glassworker. I have three child- i home town. I will be glad to have! yon
upon the snow covered mountains and ren tTVO buys and one S1"1- Tbc boys arc print the letter and would like
also see the beiiutifui Los Angeles Valley ; 'm scho1- oldcsfc ,a ten and jn Sde enough letters lo fill your paper.
covered from one foothill to the other
with orange and lemon trees bending
- . .
a heaven on earth. This is only ihe
bright side, will tell the other later.
With hf;t, wihr-c nm! IrmHrvsf. Tftrrrie
Yours very respeotfully,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Caskcy
Lagrange, Ind. Mar. 12, 1917
I was certainly clad to set the Herald.
Through the Herald I can get nes from
oacKincrc i was oom m Jicnuwcoun-
ty. My father, W. S. Wlhon. lived near
Hi zel Green all his life
am aUending Mongo High School. i
haj-e two slsttr, Daisy and Dilemma, who
many friend. write to us.
Te are delighted with the Herald
With b&t wishes, I am,
with their golden fruit; and good con-(as
crete boulevards leading in every direc-
CSsflMas G. Cur
t.r i.ftx ir -u x.
m-i n lj-' - xn4
I!m Gr, ry. '
wv.u , . ,
m uciw " vtum me m w iiun in mum.
I ovitra. nBvamic aveim JTOf BMT1
i.iJ, jr,7 .i.
c r crr w. 7
T r i ,
EliaXorfn coatr k M u m 1
jscribrofAeHIi - I iwtj tkwe
: " vMl"ITTw. -IV -TV T 1
aniir aid m ptpeote wc I restart to'
saj- tkatr father ka ared his wigwa j
several difereat tiajes is kjs mbs by.
Asd this child hs alwsjs stack to hia Fx '
and like alerch to a lobster asd how ;
find myself awi down here ia the esters ;
part of KcatHckv ia Liviastoa cosaty.j
This county fcxs0Ke adraaisf es that few '
other co ob ties is Kentucky have. Look I
oa the map and you will see that it u al-1
most snrrennded with savigahle rivers and "
it has several thoasands of acres of rleh.1
river bottom land. j
My father's farm borders the Teaaessee
river and I like to watch the large stealers i
i and tow boats go up aad dowa the river, t
The price oflaad here is very reasonable. J
j The progressive farmers arottsd here are i
j building Silos and are iatrodacins better i
'!ire stoct iat0 ihe coantry but we need a'
' ,arm ascnt or demonsttor- '.
: we need a far ageat so bad is that the'
; rfver farmers or rier rats a the highlaad-j
, ers call us that is we waat thee. hill Billisj
i",rholiveo,ttiathc sticks lo stop pIo"Ib'
eaces and 511s np oar ditches and there is i
io one who likes to wade through the Hasty
nnd unless it is a school kid.
The late sown wheat and grass is a com-
le(e failure on account of so much freezing '
reather. Tht; groand has beea to wet and j
:old to plow lauch and as I write this it is .
Ihavebeen yery busy this winter and
prins hunt5u5 bbis and cnttins bashes
nd briers. I like berrie but don't like
:rs neither do they like me. ;
It looks like we are going to have to fight ;
iermany and if we do I hope Uncle Sam
rill give the Kaiser and General Carranza !
. black nose and a bloody eye. I wonder :
iow many of the mountain boys of Kea-j
ucky will be loyal to their government in j
heir present crisis and feel sure the grand j
Id stars and stripes will never be drives !
2 the high seas and that it will forever!
rave o'er the land of the free and the hoe
brave as long as there are any red
ill see the people everywheae criticising
r government and uphoTdwMberj
janons. Such people should b&gvren their
ass ports and sent to the coantry they up-
Pardon me bat before I lay my pea aside f
Crould like to know who the poet is whose j
ems appear in the Herald. Any cae can j
; he or she is not of the pie face class aad '
a readers will note that he tells the story t
brief aad raakasit rhyme at the saraei
t evervbdO candoBacfTtrfel
a gifted poet like he I would spend the rest ,
of my days writinypoeas about what waa
to be 'seen around Haael Green and the.
Wue eJ'cd Belle of fair E1 and people !
that were so witty io and about Lee City, I ;
ould make my rhymes right up wiA times,;
but as it is I guess I wdl haye to be con'-
A.l ti. T
I have sown a good many bushels of wild
oats in my days and hare a few aaore yet to
sow I have rambled through any of the
orui central ana coumern siaies oa w
; me there is no place so dear to me as
ern TTpnthekr where I first saw the ifcht of;
day &nd 2 i0Dg once more to nmbe ainonS :
the rocks aud rills where I spent rainy a ,
a happy childhood day. '
Vith best regards to you and Uncle Sam, j
lam verTtruly, !
Claudius G. Carr
Muncie, Ind. March, S 1917 1
Hazel Greon Herald.
W 2 j
Ihavc taken the Herald but Hike to read .
it, and can hardly wait until the papers .
e come, t notice the contest is ovcr.I must
say the winners worked earnestly forTjjea,. gir;.
i"our PPcr ana 1 am xer a 1 m !
. and tnc omcr six years oia m graaej
; 1 A. How is March down there as windy j
cverric ccriamiy is Diusrery ncre. mif
j will gladly welcome springtime. I guess
t, . . , .
might not have the oprwrtunity of writ-
j ing asain soon. i jess we will move to
. ...... -r
; uki:i. lan. i may get aom to sect
all the people before I go there to. Hve..the nicft mi rectiT fM
I must close thanking !Mr. Holloa ver' cntly uuOoa la
muoh f i "HomecoBiir.g hi," tkreafk l4a mi-
Mrs. Millie Fcnska ; unins of your aper.
, 615 S. Hockley St. , M J la5t yhh lQ yeiir imaiate -m'
1 t r oc was th later pt of iiwt; H,
0, . . v -j i-rl Decensber 13 16 at the liet my -
26r Gumming ave. Trenton, jS.i. 3--l , , , Z7-
i I am Pleased to jdin fa your Homa";
Coming issue of the Herald for I do lika
to read the dear old paper and the let- i
! tcrs from old uckT friencb I have ;
hwn in this State since Julv 1S9. have .
r n . .
Utftod mvKy.homefoor time, awl -
i nect to nav another one soon.
i Lonz:iJve i no naet ureou xiursuu sma i
il TT t f XT t.I I
S the Editor'"-
Tn Hsbax& has
Mate wiik Huwy yiWIttnw
aad wtkj fpta whhy it
Isr la iU reitffi dferkk imMj
Bmi. at a. fiiiiffchi
orer Um noc if orcktred Wiigiy. G
over Um fellewk Ht ami pick 4
tke om Ut 9iu ymr pTli.hir
we o4 o(kr f row aa ai oc.
BmcI Gre HeraW
Thrie-a-Wek N. Y. Workl.., l.W
Oar Price to you
We save y 35c
Hasel Grcea Herald tl.
Cfacicaati Wtelclj aqwrer..- .7i
People HMe Jrl (o'ry) .5
Farm A Tireskie smi-meny).. .J
Todays Mafaciiie (with 1 May
31 as low patteni) . .56
ToUl Value 4S.io
Oar Price to job.... 165
We sva yoa I UK
Hazel Gree HeraW U.....4t.00
The EreniBjj Post (iaily )...'...,.. 3.8
Huait; 4c Favw .
toixl Yalae .$7o
Oar Price lo joa 3 75
We aare yoa 75c
With this order the Kreakjr Pert
will aire yoa free, delivery ciMtrye
prepaid, hr4r eTcr b!qiHic laaeg
and 12 ; rafted apfie tret. Tto-saiea
are 1 ri Dorolky Perkics, I Hj Hm
ryland, 1 whit Mawaa CiAVi, I
Criw.so Queen, I Sustant 1
ar.ee. Tfce apule tree are 3 !
C16UB, 3 Jonathaa V StyaMA Vlae
Hazel Green Herald .t.
Oiacinnati Pot (daily)
Far & Fireside (twic-a-Tth) M
Todays (monthly)!. .3
WoBoan's World ( monthly
Farm Engineering (rsoataiy) !
Tnt.il Vnlup-. 8.8ft
Our Price to you , 3.S5T
We save you $iS5
Hazel Green Herald ..MM
Louisville Herald (daily) 3J
Total Value. '. MM
(Jar Price to you..
We save you 60c
Hazel Green Herald..
Louisville Ticxes (daily) M
. Total Value MM
ur Price to joa ... tt
H&zA " i TT" MM
IairjgtJmBm & 4Jt
fexiaftov horn t 8m) 21
jbur Price to joa 3.i,
We save you 50c
The two next afcove o3ers for Th
Herald and Leader are for one year.
For Six Months just oe half price.
Hazel Green Herald 1.00
Lexington Herald (daily).
Total Value. ...OOO
Onr Price to you ..... 5.60
We save you 50c
The above offets are not available
to those who live within a radiac,
covered by regular camera.
TBI HAUL CtlfX IUJJL1,
I1ZCL HIR, XOmKKT.
Newald, Wis. Mar. 3 1917
t-fno, t rkiinn F,Kfnr
u,,i n V.
Hazel Green, Ky.
I sTcned for vour Daixr ihnr
TA-,r. Til OIOIT
! ,tor ZeI Ur MraW.UMKl Urttm,
Air. HollriR- f vih in ikMlr.-vrur f
Nsbh,. of Toiirer, Ky wm
31 w mw wtC3 Tm mmmm
f A. -ahr-
ald m f?J- -s
With W wii, to Wi&w