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Opt Pine Ridge Humorist
Jtf hi Pine Bidge there' a man
who loiHsa pleasant peu,
Aui kepg 5k view the fanay side
Ofwoweaatsd of men.
H Weekly J.(t$r to The Herald,
. -Are roilickiBg o'er-with clccfX -
As all ca plaiDly e.
On Ihe humoroas wdc of iifci,ei,ik,is
A riew of those aroatJd, -And
pynla his sharactoff jipjte data
WiilffaaBtbii! tinurof hrown. " ;
,A?ih5se xho red can'i chaplc a smile,
ilkk'jiRkes the heart feol,gj
odlnis Old Sorrow in the tonih -T
wither nd decay.
He gives in detail all events
That eomc before his xU-w, "
AndbatJie catchfs on the win-
tie touches up anew.
Ke IcOb about the courting iorI$L
Still let the rosy bloom el wit
la various form rcreal
TheveHts iu you te them best,
"While coming from the reel.
gladly print the hnaisrous lines,
'$will k?p the paper bright
Aad tiioseiho read rJH surely snide,
And ribV.ril say, good night.
Xaiser WHhelm to Almiffhtv
Written forThe Herald
Teia iiott, will you T,c inkln partner:
You don.t know' who I a.ni?
I aui der Gcrbian Kaiser,
Dor Emperor WHhelni.
rkn0Vr 1 whiPtIed demBoWiuig,
wit bullets lhlad Jlussia full,
UMg'lI whip France und Italy, x
ISblo'w up Jobhnie Bull.
Kotttall dew odcrnafions
you shugt be mein pardner
Uud whip dot Uncle Sara,
You know I got the iuhwariuos,
All ERropc know Wot well .
2sow, Gott, if you virt do uis,
Den you I will always love,
Vud I'll he Ktnpercr of de earth,
Und you be Kmporor above.
But, Gott, if you refuse me dis.
Tomorrow night. at eleven,
I'll call all my Zenpe4H& out
Und dealare war on lleavan.
I wouldn't ask dis of you, Gott,
Butit oan be plainly seen,
Dt von Edison puske Ut button in
I got no submarine.
Sam .1. Elk ins, Kfxon, Texas.
A Card of Thanks
Wedwsireto thank our frioiuU I
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aud ueiRhbnrs m and arutn-d Ezol.
and Maytown for their kindness
aud sympathy shown' us during
the sickness and death of our
beloved mother, Malinda Patrick,
who died April 12th 1917.
The Poor Chickens
Tihere is nothins that anises sr
much trouble among liwghbers ai-
caicsens. roor cuichuiiBi ii uioa
are olamea tor nit tuo enemioe
they have made in this world they
have scoreB of black marks against
it. ri. n.f
them. It Booms Strang that poo-
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plo vail let their cl.iokons run.
They certaiuly nrrf no improve
meat to a pretty lawn. Now ia the
time when chickens turn do tht
greatest daniapo to lloor .nnd vog.
otable gardens. Now i hot waath
.er, is the time whan people losf
their temper the easiast over tn
flies. Kaon up your oliiokune and " V , . ,7 r i
u o ' v J 1 1( a citizen of that town who displayed
keep tho good will of your ueij?h-jhig pr0.0eniian .vmpaUdes a bit to.
bors. strBUjrly to ait Ids neighbors. This man
I had a scarecrow iu Uis rarden and when
A HanyDog. ('thommeovident thai a slate of war
j -Qu1d k oecUrod to exist between the
"Wore yoa over kept nwako nl . xjnii .StaUB and Germany, he ia said
nJfrbf rv ihft howl iiie: and Uarkit c'io 1mvo dtia.ratod the tcarecrow with
"ej j - ;
nichtso his music will not make
your christian neighbors say
i.ui i .,i k iff
things that should be left unsaid.
Keep him lip so that your back
yard will not be filled witht in cans
and brickbats aimed at tho .dog
poor innocent creature, no ib
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only mourning tor nis inenu wno
jtrayed into a sausage factor'.
Lock him up, my, friOlld. The
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of1 a dog? Not very plaasant is i ?jthe American ilasr. When his action j imSQt U) -mvo a foreign subsUmce re
If you know how it sounds, Wp t ewe to the notice of his neiguborj they mov(td froin Iu nosc 0n careful ex
vouv dotr locked un at Kht Put '! os,1,Prl 1,1 50,110 , f tht ""Uilniittoa it proved Ur be a grain of
our dorr lockea un ai h giu. j t,,e ftfrBndffr ws co-nneHe! todule ,
him in your barn rr outshod, at - , d;SDiav it On.ihevfront of , '
fCl "T" niTT-n TTFi
iJi n n W 1 HH Vv Uitui
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juu-aned FROM PUR EXCHANGES i, -4 amounted from
0 AND OTHER SOURCES. !cwlicn asked by Ray lo join
Jin nlienation iuit datini? htifir f
w iuvu ,
! ahicj the ptnintiiT aridnhe defendkitf i -
.IsnmamaJ, ECHOES OF THE PAST.
dismisseii iu ew Jersey. j
: t. e. Hugh, who was awstcd
..gVi oursmg me J'resident
uie;,riuy,iS serving a jQO-day iail sen
r'lliam f3. fTbitl r cift.i." : .
Mercer county, had aeveral
taiHi -uiiritfon Jamba killed bv drt, f. ...
jiJighls ago. Canines have rftldvd and
itnjurod his flock so oTffn Mr. r-ni.ni
' has decided to ubandon sheep raising.
The governiieui U to tanlml absolute S1" n,0Vo to ifc so0n
; ly the pricdn. wLicli. manufacturpr.s iv o
fe'e for ,Vi,r f'unitions. TluOn Food.
. tiilt J6L 6 CO CVCn farthpr nnrl n f.i
j eral c.mmisMon to regulate the price
j foodstufi and jail the pi ice booetsr
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j&:ra.TO8 rfceived in Mt. Sterl ng a
!4Wru.eri5 uvea , 3IL SterltBg, aud ii were here he would see hat this court
Survived hv h5 ,.i. ... ! .
rj, - w was jioiei"j "qis riorum. Tr.c fences the
, u Utf &un ,,oward ledcraft.
iu was ujj year of age.
..o. wuue iuty, an agnd woman of
j near Howling Gwa.f va8 aoriouslv hurt
: ilio was afacktfj by a now. Thelvon.nn
! wai) thrown to tho ground and gored bv
the animal. Several ribs wore broken.
tThe animal was beinir drive ii.
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I vwygpn tanic tn the & N'. fchoo?
j at Louisville exploded one day la-it week
Jfrom llieeffecls of which ouo man was
j neu ana u,rte otheis seriously injureil'
j Uuls Pields. tha man who was killed,
I was so terribly mangled that both arms
J and both h-gs were lorn off.
Henry O. Phippa has paid the State
Conservative Commission at tpW vvi.
-in MtLflrtinAtit r ..i .
! him of iHcfr.iIlt- n . , ,
. v vf . .Sitlliim Jliritinci
j to".'"' IVIIU (1UCKS on
uis estate at Wiuiiaeh. L. L sintm
' nrilr.nln .1 . I
. f'"""" iaueu uie estate and seized j
' -H2 live wild black duck-, 25 dead black :
uiiok and one wood duck. I
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he witucasCd a territlc eucniTuter betwet n
a monster groundhog and two large dg
in whiih tho grundhog was finally kill
ed. The battle took place on the Brotdc
j lyn hill pike, iu the Kentucky river
ciilT, aad Mr. Morgan stopped his an'o
; and lost uearly an hour to iee the out
In Fleming eminty hnd Oliver Wen j
jdell !Ilmes been near the sopne, 1 c
! would have witnessed the renilzttion f
I uistpicture drawn in the words of "Tin
Wonderful One-Hor&e ?lmr." ilarve)
i Meadows, with hi his family, was driv
itne alontr tue road when the old family
dmpped u. pieces throwing out
he whole family. Mis Meadows .Buf
f f f , ...
A. O, AudcKon, a negro, giving Lex-
inngton as his home, wa lined $100 and j
sentenced to forty days in j'til at Mount j
S.crlmg for bcotletgiug. Marked money j
and several U..ttle5 of whiskey wer
j found in hi jK-s-e&siou. The 1 quor w& j
conuVated and deMln.yed by order pf the !
onurt. A pistol wms ftleo f und on him .
, und ho was 1K1 to cironit court. on a!
linr(T., af rmrrvu n oirPniedfcdU
fzAM McF-dden, aid to be thp nld
i redeitt residfat t Keuiueky, uiea
it the hnme of Ids Frank McFad
! J5"g 31 fw miU fn,,n Owonsbo.o,
!on Monday nighf. lie was 121 yens
s , ., . t i j
od, and until the past t.vo years had
, ,uvig hU WQM m
tkseCMIll So.r Hli iu-iug able to do
is'tuio Hide t.iHiiuiti work. Fine? thxi
ime he has been eon Hoed lo Ids room
In his early yrare he was a flatboater
brtwei poinls oa tho Ohio liver and j
New O leans. !
A intonating story comes fwm Car
j ,, bemse ni order to avoid mi
much soberer i
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, Jo.eph jfeCray has sold 2rfl acres of ,
land in Mercer couniy to Ohas. Sp.lman ;
, at $H0 an acre. This place was during ;.
he civil war tho homo of Morgan Vance, 1
! father of the late Dr. A pp. Morgan;
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I Vance of Iotusvillc, and on which is
Inewted tho famous Shawnee spring. It
was at this spring Gen. George Rogers
Clark came upon Janus Ray cooking a
...i... ti. Wnir tnade bis first
trip UKrdV IVt lo organize liin
7fo (9ffs4 Most Popfa, Most
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Trails waWL'"J. J,W ,13" on ffcL'Or.1
, anu ale wnIe of Ray'a duct, pfcfciDc i ,f. t, J . J
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ine ooms, eavine not i ng fnr i.
and! in and Around HrtJel Green
Thirty Years Atro:,
TAKEN FROM HERALD FILES.
DEC, 13-20 1886;J
Albert Burton, living, at Daysboro. has
Ijguted the Gbdsey property in tpwn and
I Btfv Isaac MH will move & Hirz-
el Glean Its Sfioir ns ho
of fhouse' for the purpose of oducating his
i usus, tiie trcos, yea the earth
eel in white and tho material is 17 inches
On last Friday a difficulty occurod be
twoon Boone Spencer and Noah Lon"
a the residence of the latter, about
three miles from Oampti. Long stab
bed Sponoer'in the armVand side with
un oight inch dirk knifo, mflujting pain-
uu out not dangerous wounds. "Long
has made his escape. Wm. Rvrrf
uL-puysiierm,aiil CJ..W. Drake, jailer,
paawa uiGOtigii Uoro last .Monday in
suaren oi nun.
worn- un the seventh to tho'avife of
Wavid Koso, a boy, Nathan. Wofcht 10
Married on last Wednesday, Jan. 27
T X I) i at. J
1,0 auss Jary Miller, Rev. J
? LiUIe fating. Attendants, Will
""ngo l 1 ui inhnvp 7 ,-fti,. BllhPkiiria
Marrictl on Jan. 28 at the residence of
F. M. Long, the brides' father, in Mor
gan county, Mr. John Chaney to Miss
Laura E. Long, Pav. J. T. Piuratt offi.
dating, The attendants were, Mr: A,
C. Niokell and Miss Iloov Wilson.
Floyd Day got back from Cincinnati
on Thurslay night last and loft ..for
Quicksand next morning to look after
the logging interests of J. T. and F. Day
at that place
! J. Clay CoopVr, son of Judge Cooper '
and stuJent of Hazel Gicen Academy
returneil to school Monday after a week'
visit to h's pirent at West Liberty.
Hon. D. S. Godscy our representative
has throw nnside the affairs of the State
for awhile and is visiting his family at
- this place.
r AhhS T , f nwlll....iiiB s ftt.
tenriiag he iiaxci G.-een Academy, and
boardillg at the Pferntt house.
i D Tborabury, of Texas, commenced
a p otrtcted meeting ;tt the Christian
church at this piano Tues lay night. Jan.
2(5 which w'dl ooitinue till Moadny in
Rev J. T. Pieratt preached at May
town on Sunday last morning and eve
ning. Bu-n To the wife of W. L. James,
(on the 14th a boy, Daniel, wi-ight M
Born To the wife or G. W. Cox, on
the 14Ui a boy, John Fioldcn, wieght 15
Miss Rosa Lee KasK, of this place,
who has been confined to her bed for
the laft tfeak with pneumonia fever is
but little, if any belter.
A small child of F. M. Nickell was
! brought to Dr. V. M. Thomas, of this
A new post offlce'kus been esUddished
at the mouth of Frozen Creek, on the
Kmtuekv Rivor Johu c JL Dav fa
postiwa.5lor( ft belter man or' lho
hftvc bc(jn fQund
J. G. Trimble, of Mt. Stcrliug, lust
'Thursday purchased the fftrm of G. A
Whitney, near this plnce, lying on the ,
; Maysville pike abotlt half a mile from
town, at SI 1 0 ner acre This is conaid-
m-d the finest farm m Mor,(feotucry Co.
5. ..ff -
ramomi ith ,toryM
Widily CircukUd itoi
thxt In.Ai.lt, AfV -.n-t.
h1 f tinker on the Keatuv
j last -week is up and well
We learn that John M.
water, is very sipk with foi
A fight came up here
tween John J. Watson andj
in which several persons cnaui
oral shots were fired on bo mbf but
f,.. . -TW
yos were.duiy sober, somefcWusual
iu eun irays. tho dlfficultyCfffiFdut of
an old grudge.
John Arnett, of Salyersv
through here la.t Sunday
norae irom Krankfort.
Thomas P. CfoIIinswcath Twuite a
fight with a coon a few tiaysJgMTom's j
dogs had a big coon at bayvf nd went
to the rescue of the dogs whetfpf, Coon
uiiiuu ior i nomas who keptUa4Hg and
fell over a log into a hole of Jci. This
made Tom mnd and he scizeoulgub and
succeeded in taking the Iffe 4M coon
ship. ThcJog Avas bruised sottiec Avat
er made muddy, and Tomromc out
wet., Moral Never backet, when
yoigo hunting. '.j1
The snow that fell this weeC stopDed
all the mines at this place, and several
men are idle waitin for the stid to melt
3lie $odrity Court at-it tjfm
infide an order vacuctinffj3 office of
snentt of thiB county, on.aftitr ofSfa
j not complying with theJjLj5lvifl
Died A t her home in ;Jti, Fdb.
1 oth at 5:30 a. m. of heartJWiSd, Mn.
Janu Gbmbs. wlfn nf H'tn . lP. "
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S. S. Moore has diichcdlns mine and;l?cnse him whcn one of thcm marked
is now ready to run coal.
W. A. Hazelriggjs visiting.fricnri.i and
relatives t Salyersville. He will return
in about two weeks.
Fieddio Phipps and Johnnie Downing
are on the sick list.
difficulty occured last Wednesday
l near town between Oscar Mckenzie.
Mmix. in which MoKenzic; received a
very serious wound in the, head, Minix
striking him with a chair. Cause un
known. James H. Burns returned home Sun
day from Virginia, where lie has been
visiting for some time. We gladly wel
come him home.
Miss Maudie Maxcy, of Cancy, i vis
iting friends and relatives in town.
Reb. Jvendall loft1 Thursdaymorning
to attend the Agricultural andLMechuni
cal College at Lexington. j
John B. Phipps left Saturday on a
business trip to Lou'svillc, he will re
main several days.
The news'thut E. Dawson, who was
sh )t by WilliamSj in Menifee county,
was dead has proven to be false. He
wrote Uncle Bill Lawson thafe.ic Avould
be at the Frcnchburg court ihMarch.
Leslie Swetnam went to-cojir.t at West
Liberty Sunday. What dis she sav Les
lie?" Judge Amos Davis, of West Liberty,
passed through town last week. .
W. T. Day will attend the S. Court
Gi T. Conter is having some valuable
improvements on his. mill. He has ele
vated the whole mill building aljout five
Miss Ella Ro3e, daughter af David
Rose, of Stillwater, is very -low with
pneumonia fever, recovery doubtful.
The Campton high sdhool is; now in
full blastnvith 79 pupils.
J. B. Hollon md Co. Xded,.tipp,raise
ment bill. -of CMrips, ToiTci,dcj?efiit;
ordered to bq rcjiordwl,
Ptw Kentucky Houniimt.
THUBSDAY, APBIL 20, 1917.
- udrc G. & Swano disnatched the
j business of the court in a judicious man-
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Prof. A. F. Byrd is havinc a coodt. , ' '
school at this. place, and the people ap
predate it very much.
Married on the 5th,, Wm. L. Spencer
to MlssSaralfSparks, at the residence
of thebride's parents.
Married On the 11th S. S. Shakel
ford, of Devil's Creek, to Matilda Tutt
of Sarvis Bend, at the rcsidece of the
bride's father, T. K. Tutt. Rev. J. H.
Married On the 11 G, W. Morris, of
Powell county, to Sylvis Spencer, of
thia county, at the resideuce of the
bride's father, Uncle Strong Spencer.
Married at the residence of the bride,
Jas. McQuinn on the 1 1th, Jas. A. Hal-
9 Martha Mcyuinn.
A BRIEF HISTORY
Of the McGuire Family of
When the civil war came up between
the States although father was in sympa-
iny witn tne south he always held a
uuiet posuion ana was seldom molested
aunng uie reoemon. i was only a little
tot at that time but I can remember
several incidents that occured then
had several cousms who xvent to the its surface. Being a raftman m my ! County Attontoy of Wolre Giuntv. b
South where the war waged the strong- younger days I have floated over every jo6t td tHe ocratie primary Augusi
est and gave their assistance to the lost ' inches of its water from near Salycrsville j igi7
cause. I had an uncle, E. C. McGuire to Covington where it empties into the j
vho left this country in those dark days j Ohio. Once when I was drifting down j . . '. . ' :
and moved to Greenup county apd bnce
ho had come back to father's on busi
ness and being disturbed that night they
found the house was surrounded by a
band of so-called homc-gard3 orgurrillar
Vaai wear and was (about to n
ne "as a s,nri x wou,a UKU lo Imvc- Jt
being a baiutuul home spun red llannel.
so they made him pull it off and give it
Thefirst piece of monev I ever had
was a five cent piece in grccn-back pre-
sentedtomeby this dear old uncle, j
There were plenty of them then and 1 1
still have it in my home in a small trunk i
that my father had in those gloomy daj s I
which he kept hid in the bnrn loft cover- i
cd with flax in which he kept his valu-
able papeis and money at time s Father t
was a stiong advocate of the temperance j
cause in his day and was for many yeais j
an elder in the christian church at White i
Oak and when my mind wandeis back
to my childhood days 1 besome almost
lost in deep meditation and with the
poet can sing "How dear to my heart are
the scenes of my childhood, when fond
recollections piesent them to view."
When I was four years old I went tnipuM,r Editor:
Bloomington and remember well seeing j v . . j i -iw r.
General Marshall and his men coming j
down through the State. About four
years ago I met a gentleman whose
name I can not recall who told me he
was in that army and that he had nine
Indians in his company.
"When a mere boy I attended school al
Bloomington. The fijel we used was
saplings cut from the mountain side and
the team used to haul it in. consisted of
boys with yokes and chains made of
On Marchj 18, 1875 we loaded ou
house hold goods in a large fiat boat and
floated down the Licking to our new
home in Morgan county at the mouth of
Father raised a large family consisting
of six ooys and four gills and 1 was the
fifth in number and was born June- 13,
1858, lived in my native home until a
bout 17 years old when we moved to
Morgan. The ten children arc still liv
ing the youngest being about 42 years
old. Each of the six boys have followed
teachirg in the common schools. I
taught my first school in 1883 in the
district where I now live it being the first
one taught in that district ofter it was
Mother died August 12 1875 and fath
er April 11, 1891. Since that time wc
have had to row our own boat without
thn ncaJsinripo nf n.'iro.ntnl advice.
On March 24 1S87 I was mairied to
Delilah Havens, one of the seven daugh
ters of S. W. Havens. Although father j
Havens was a republican his daughters
were fortunate enough to marry a demo
crat. Strange to say the seven daugh
ters and one grand-daughter maVried in
to four families two in each. -
After father's death B. F. McGuire
apd I were appointed executors to his
will and we were called together on some
business, I suggested that wc make a
visit to t';e old plantation or the place of
o'lUSjiirtli wliich was agreed upon. Five
of Uiu as brothcriS Dot d
tit oh foot a hw
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route acroos the mountain to what k to
tm.f thf lnrcK crvif tin r'-rfh Xxt r1A t
TTv'nnfti'!. Wnmn ?ti. k.. i
i crossing of the river at the old place we
i iouna no terry except a large run snapcu
! Kaw !o! Hiv! lin 'rir thnt nurrwiao nnrl '
fpn the bank near by who ferried us safe- i
ly over, (f mcir. Sharley Stump.) Aild ;
when we landed we took a-general ram-
ble over the farm Viewing and recogniz- j
ing many tilings that were so dear to us
in our infancy though more than twenty !
jw lit iuvicu isj oiny,M iiiuvh'
away. Our noon meal consrgted of the j
fruit of a large walnut tree on the faim
that had been a resort so often in our
boy-hood days, then we went to the well j
remembered spring that furnished a J
drink far superior to that bottled iu boud.
We carved our names respectfully ac-
cording to age including the one absent t
on a large beech tree overshadowing the-i
After strolling over the farm ' TTr ... . .
, , , , ; lAULBEB,asa candidate for Represen
we were very much fatigued each . .. . ., ' , . T , . A. 1 .
of us cut a cane on the old farm which
we prized far more than one taken from
i the frm of G.corSc Washington. Then
crossing the river on the same ferry we
started home biddin cadieu to our old!
home but with a fresh lesson indelablv
written on memories page to last through
out the remainder of ourlivca.
I have alwaj's lived a humble farmer's
life and feePvery much like the Irishman
who said he started out with nothing and
faith he held his own. he still had noth-
I ing. I have never been able to accumu
j late very much ahead and having a poor-
house of my own to support but having
the aid of a willing helper I have always
kept out of the county inflrmarv.
Licking River fs a dear pluce to me
fn- mnnv ,nnc.n x?:.r u .,.uu: .. i
Ai.tlJ M vtiCvliu X UOt ISr 0 V1V11AI ii j
few rods of it's banks where I first saw I
the licht and on Mnv 3 1 1R7H T wns hiiri.
, - o j T "
I cd with my Savior in baptism beneath .
county, I saw an old gentleman standing j BERN ALLEN usa candidate for Conn
on the bank and 1 called to get lotginjf ' Attorney of Wolfe Cour ty subject to
for the night and ho readily took us in th?? Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917
when we entered the houre we found '.,
he was the only inhabit
Off aTftam TTuI Tifoinri trYjrifaT5f
river nca- rock house "creek my patent
are mouldering to dust and with refer
ence to my own familv I have flvo boys
I and four gulsall living the youngest be-
I : !., f ol,l
1,l""'v w , f .,
I hope tho readers or the Hoiald wd
ovoi look my on ors and this ill composed
history and in conclusion will say nun
the tics of ielationship be reunited in i
fairer clime than this and may we v
permitted to meet with loved ones ii
that city beyond Rho Jordun.
FROM THE LOCK
Trent Ky April 18, 19lri
Jap. I IImIIoii
which send mn llm Herald su
I will in tlio near liitur
aubsenba for a yvar.
Ilmsburo, III. April 17, lift
Jas. I H llon,
Uazl G eon, Kyi
Enelusud you will tiud .$ 1 50 Cm
which you will send inn tho Haze
Green Huruld luid thu L'Xii.gtut
Leader lor six nmiuh.
E. M. Pioratt.
J.J. Catron und wife wnre th
gie8t of Onn Oakley Mid wife.
J. M. M tVy and vifo w.re en
tertained at the hfmo of J, B
Kickell und wife Sunday.
Ellen Elkins ia quite ill utL
Charles Rose was tlVd 'gui8t oi
Edtella Catron Sunday."
J. R. McClttro transactpd bui I
ness in Charleston Tuesday.
Lcne Wolle Okla April 21 luin
Jas. I. -Hollon. -
Find enclosed rannoy order
for one dollar for which please
send me tho Herald pus year.
J, A. Bio
3 3 3
Wo nrt Aiitrinrirvt tn nnnnnnra f- C
"Hut m uiu yiau xvi8iiiuvi; XJ-tstrKt,
subject to the Democratic .primary,
VV are authorized to xot! J. P.
i MOKRIS, of Cney, Morga awty, g.
! a adidate for Rej rrsentative f ta
01. -t legislative District, euljct to tlw
ltmiocnitic primary August 4, 1917.
We are authorized to announce ED
GAR T. KAH, as a candidatc;for'
County Judge on the Democratic ticket,
subjgat to the primary August 1917if---
rvnw r n.,mi.. i.vi' t 1
to announce J. K.
We are authorized lo announce W. S.
TUTT as a candidate for County Court
Clerk, subject to the will of the demo
ciatic voters at the Aug. primary.
We arc authorized to announce VAN
B. ELKlNSasa candidate for County
Court Clerk subject to the action of1 tho
Democratic primary primuay August.-!,
Wo aio authorized to announce SHI
LO SWANfSO as a candidate for
Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to the
Democ atic. Primary, August 4, 1917
We arc authorized to announce W. J.
DUNN, as a. candidate for Jailer of
lVokfe County, subject to the Democratic
' rimary August 4 1,917.
We are authorized to announce"!!.
HARLAN BREWER, of Valeria, as a
canh ate for Jailer of Wolfe County,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary August 4. 191'7
We are authorized to stmiouncQ E. F
WLM&MAN as a candidate for As&vyor
rfubjtct to the Domocrsilftt primary Auk-
st 19 17.
We are authorized to anunuuefa K. J.
CREECH as a candidate for Assissor,
subject to the action of the Democrat iu
primary, Aug. 4, 4917.
Wcarc authorized to announce JEFF
BREWER, of Nuoln, as a cundidatu-for
Assessor of Wolfe County, subject to the
Damocratic primary Aug 4.
Wc ac authorized to announce J
HARLAN TRIMBLE as a candidate fus
As-sessor of Wolfe county subject toyi-
will of the Democratic
We are authorizoi trnnouRce Rev.
JA5IES NICKELL as a candidate1 for
j Assessor of Wolfe County subject to tPV
j wil! of the voters at the Republican 1,
j ma' Augut4. 1917
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