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THEHAJWI GREEN v HER Alt)
THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD
Published every Thursday at Hazel Green, Kentucky.
XMmd at tfee PotoJSe at !ffel Green, JCy., e Second Class wstler, September
6, 1S13, HHder Act of Marck S, 1879.
the king of boodlers who support jingfpr Illinois to visit her sister
It is I andv4$etir who live there.
J.fR. Clark spent from
iFhariaiy ntil Saturday with her
lirnf VaV it A aiafor of. wariha. I
WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF WOLFE COUNTY
JAMES I. JEEOL.LON.
Ivtocriftitft Pries, Ois Mlir 31 Yttr. Always ii Aiyaics.
men for a job of some kind
such men as he that has pltinged
Kentucky four million dollarB in
debt, leaving the burden of his brother and sister at jaariba.
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"patronage nlRKi" purse on you ; RU8wji'x,ykin8 spent Saturday
and your sons. Listen, my friends, mghtwfth Joe Gram.
if tho present Administration is Brown Eyes.
forme I am grateful for it and ; -.aL,
EDITOR j faftve uo ap0iogies to make. I have g tl YSRORO
uot saenhced one principle 1 ad
vocate or surrendered a single; J tA luvnndor. wife and little ! being the 1?r tcrm. o. the Wolfci
, j syr?"" , uoumy wrnrc, Deiween tne nours 01 one
in order to . son, Wilford. of Petrolia, Ills., ! and four o'clock p. m., at the front door :
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Time is Up
JULY 26, 1917
Notice of Sale.
Fred Adams, Guardian, fcc, Plaintiffs,
Myrtle Adams, &c, Defendants.
BY VIRTUE of n Judgment and Or-. !
derofSaleof the AVolfe Circuit Court, j
rendered at its May, 1917, term, in thc'
above styled case, I will on :
MONBAY, AUGUST 6, 1917, Si-
plank in my plattorin
secure any man's vote or political i camoTilinrsday to spend a few
support, and God helping me I ; weekjSthhomefclks.
shall not. I am under no obliga
tions to the Governor of this state
Sy CgjlUexandor and wife spent
Suudrf jwith D. B. May, wife and
J". Erbldfield came in last week
fromfokomo, Ind., to attend
A party was given at the home
Alvinld field and wife Saturday
night!sT.here was a large crowd
of boyTand girls, and every one
enjoyecLjbe games, string music
and refreshments that were served
when tti.ypnng folks were ready
to go hdine.
CharPey Fallen,. Myrtle Fallen
The Men We are Going to
Vote For August 4th.
The time is close at hand when we are to choose men
to handle "our county finances and manage the government
of our affairs generally.
In nominating these men we, as men who arc voting
with an aim, will vote for the man that is going to stand
for material road improvement.
Did you know, Mr. Yoter, that this is the opportune
time to elect men and stand behind men that will stand for
roads regardless of what comes up. Now is the time for
this countv to vote bonds for building roads. "We can give
you some good reasons, namely :
First Our county is being sought from every state in
the union bv men WITH MONEY men that want to de-
vevelop this country for oil and gas. These men are rich
and want to spend their money in a way that will make
them more comfortable and afford them most pleasure. For
instance: If an "oil man' comes to Campton or Helechawa
and wants to go to the Lacy creek oil field, the first thing
he wants to know is whether or not he can go in an auto
mobile, and if there is one to be had he is going to ride over
there in it if it costs him 5.00, while he could have hired a
horse for $1.00. But, you say, how does this help us build
roads? It is this way : That fellow owns these oil wells
. and wants to be here close. If he can get over the roads
then he owns his auto, stays here in the county, pays the
county so much for a license to run his auto, pays taxes to
county on thing itself, and becomes a taxpayer generally
here in the county. As it is he invests just as little money
here as he possibly can to operate his business here and
spends his time and money in Winchester or Lexington
where they have good roads.
Another reason why we should, vote road bonds now :
y&Moneyis the cheapest now this country has ever known it
and for that reason we can put our bonds on the market at
the lowest possible interest rate,
Have you ever noticed what a man does when gets a
few thousand dollars ahead? The next -thing you hear of
that fellow he is leaving the mountains with his family to a
place where he pays a road tax and has good roads. It is
the case invariably.
Gentlemen, we appeal to you as a citizen, as a man who
wants to live and enjoy life to the utmost, one who expects
and is willing to do the most possible good for his county,
to rote for the men who will stand for the roads above everything.
or anyone else, and if elected I
shall carry out my every promise
to yon or die in the attempt. I
propose to fight the liquor traffic
and help drive it from Kentucky,
and I would call jTour attention to
the fact that I started my fight
against it three years ago, when
for seven weeks I was in the field
at my own expense fighting to
make it an issue in the guberna
torial campaign of the State.
Where were my opponents at that-
time? Did you see them in their j and Selden Collinsworth went to
saddles fighting liquor? I cannot jlvokomo, Ind., Sunday.
be bought, for my integrity is j Missei Cora and Joan Rose, of
above the price of gold, I cannot Lexie,1ipent Saturday night with
of the courthouse in the town, of Catnp-
ton. Nolle county, Kentucky, sell at
public outcry to the highest and best '
bidder, for cash in hand, the following I ,
lease, which is in words and figures as
Agreement and lease made and entered
into this the day of
1917: Witnesseth, that Myrtle Adams.
Hoyt Adams and Lillian Adams, by J. ,
L. Horton. Master Commissioner of the
Wolfe Circuit Court, for and in consider- ,
ation of S duly and truly paid, j
the receipt of which is hereby acknowl
edged, do hereby grant, demise and let
unto the lessee all the oil and gas in and ;
under the following described tract of !
land; also the said tract of land for the
purpose of entering upon, operating i
thereon, and removiug therefrom said
oil and gas for the term of years !
from date, and as much longer there-
after as oil and gas is found thereon,)
with thc.riglit to use oil. gas and water'
therefrom; and all rights and privileges '
necessary or convenient for such opera
tion; also the right to remove at any ,
time all property, pipes or improvements ,
placed or crecfed in or upon said land
by the lessee. Said laud being all their
interest in and to the following described
tract of land: Situated on the Standing
Rock ford of Red river, in the county of
olfe and state of Kentucky, and boun-
can only be done satisfactorily
We have them in our employ and turn out the
work promptly in first class style at
Give Us a Trial Order.
The Hazel Green Herald,
Hazel Green, Ely.
JOHN D. ROSE
U indnotiKoil Dvnonf liv tho ontn- A 1 Jl C 1 J f mL ded AS follOWS:
4UMUww- w.w.v j .viu unu ittuii.j. xuc; Qn the North hy the jumls Qf Aex
mon people lor whom l am mas- girls were accompanied by tneir, Bush and Cnt Cmidcrs;
. ... . . , -r- -iv-i -VT? ..ill
ing this ngnt, ana wnen 1 am nepnew; uaas iMCKeii.
elected I want the farmers, the
coal miners, the lumbermen and
the railway men who live by hon
est toil to come to West Liberty,
to Frankfort, or to write me at ei
ther place, and make their wants
kuown. I want them to establish
themselves aa my board of advis
ors for tc them first, last and
all the time will I devote my time
and my efforts. There will be no
representatives of tho Haley-Cox
machine, or any other machine,
behind closed doors to throttle
me and say vote "yea" or vote
"nay" or appoint this or that.
Thank God I am above that, and
they know it, hence their bitter,
persecuting opposition to me.
G C. Taulbee.
To the Voters of Mor
gan and Wolfe Counties:
As it has come to that point in
my race for Representative where
my opponents and their friends
are-resorting to every kuown po
litical trick to deceive you and poi
son your mindB against me, I take
this opportunity of refuting some
of the falsehoods which they have
started, asking you to read what I
have to say and then pass it on to
Twice in the good county of
Wolffl and once in Morgan they
have started the rumor and scat
tered it broadcast that I had quit
the race. This rumor was abso
lutely unfounded and was the off
spring of desperate, malicious
heart3, who, with defeat staring
them in the face, in theij desper
ation are ready and willing to re
sort to feny method however low
and debased, to rob me of votes.
One of my opponents, I am reli
ablyinformed, has been telling the
laboriug men around Cannel City
that I had made the remark that
"I was not depending on overall
men for my votes." That, my
friends is a deliberate lie of the
first water, aud the death-song of
a dying two-by-four politician
If it were not for the laboring peo
ple of this district, who have been
duped, swindled and sold by ma
chine politics until they are al
most hcpelessly buried in the cess
pool of graft and corruption, I
Btrength to dc it. It is because
the selfish, corrupt politicians of
this district realize the fact that
I am able to expose their rotten
ness, and that I will do it if elect
ed, that they are so unfair, so un
manly and crooked in their de-1
There will be church at
place Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. iW. C. Stroud and siBter,
Blf.nche ,Ma3 wure highly enter
taiuedlat the home ef Misses Cora
and Join Rose Sunday.
Candidates are plentiful in this
J. Blflhd E. J. McNabb sold to
Frank jGlark 75 sheep for a good
Miss Nora Wills spent Saturday
and Sunday with Rece Stamper,
miss Hima McNabb left for IUi
nis Monday to visit relatives.
S. EiroicGaire sold a nice bunch
of sbeemto m C. Toliver Friday.
! On tlif "Rust. Kir tVio InnrU nf "RHrnhfith
On the South by the lands of the Wolls
On the West by the lands of Banford
White and others.
This agreement or lease is made upon
the following terms to-wit:
1st To deliver to the credit of the
first parties, their heirs or assigns, their j
proportionate part free of cost in pipe !
lines to which second party may connect !
4V.. .mi r ..it i
produced and saved from the leased
2nd To pay to the first parties their
proportionate'part of $100 each year in
advance from each well from which gas
only is found while the same is being
used off the premises.
The party of the second part agrees to
complete a "well upon the premises with
in months from the confirmation
of this lease, otherwise this lease becomes
null and void. If first well is non-productive,
second parties will pay at the
rate of 5 in advance for each addi
tional three month from the time above :
mentioned until a second well is com
pleted. The above rentals shall be paid
to the guardian of the first party at the
rowcll County Bank, at Stanton, Ken
tucky, and it is agreed that the comple
tion of a producing well, or a second
well, shall be and operate as a full liqui-
! dation of all rentals under this provision
Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917
If nominated and elected I promise you a faithful and
! honest administration of lav;s. I promise you an economical
administration of .the count' government, and to collect no
more taxes than is necessarr to meet the eA-penses of a busi
ness administration. I promise to give stTict attention to
the repairing and keeping up of our county roads without
favoritism to be shown to airy one section of the county. I
pledge you that in the discharge of the duty of County judge
I. will do equal justice to the poor and rich alike without
fear or favor. Respectfully, JNO. D. ROSE.
J, C, Lindou of Campton spent
a day or two this week on his
farm at this place.
W. B. Carroll, of Middletowu.
Ohio, is visiting his father, John
Carroll and other relatives.
School opened at Rose Chapel
Monday, July IGtb, with a good
enrollment. J. S. Aruett is the
,Mrs. Jeff M. Rose and sou, Joe
Cecil, visited W. B. Ely and fam
ily-at West Liberty last week. Her
daughter, Eula Mae, who had been
visiting at that place for some
time, returned home with them.
Willie BuBh and wifo of Middle-
town, Ohio, are here on a visit toj
her parents, John Mclutosh and
Mrs. Amanda Banks and daugh-
signs, as to start such lies as this! ter of Lagrango, Ind , are visiting
one in circulation against me.
The friends of another one of my
opponents have been telling that
in one of my speeches at West Lib-
CharUyj Jennings of Jackson is during the remainder of the term of this
visiting uf this vicinity.
Roy McNabb and wifu Bpent
Saturday ith their narnnts. O.
M. J. Sal ley returned from Jack
son lastreek with his sou, Ches
ter, nindh" improved.
Etheland Pearl Clark, Lillie
aud Russell Lykins, and Joe Crain
Partv of the secord part" shall have
ihn rifrlit. tn iisi nil r- nnrl wntpr nro-
duced on said land for operating thereon 1 111
except water from wells of the first j I I I
party. When required by first party 1111
second party shall bury all pipe lines f
below plow" depth. Second party shall
have the right at all times to remove all 1 1
premises, including the right to draw 1
and remove all casing.
And it is further provided that second '
partv shall have the right upon the pay
ment of M.UO to the parties ot the nrst ,111
That is the value you get for every
i i lt i.i -. part, their heirs and assigns, to surren-'
atteudedfchurch at Laurel Sunday. their lease for cancellation, after
Mrs. VljH Hollon of your town I cruc by virtue of its terms shall cease
is visiting-the old home plape tbiajand determine. All agreements between
""i, p, 1 f,hf n.irfifs ho rotn shnll nxtend and ar-
ply to their heirs, executors, administra
tors and assigns.
Given under my hand as Master Com
missioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court this
the 9th day of July, 1917.
1 J. L. HORTON,
Master Commissioner W. C. C.
wees. V j
L. x. Lkina and wife and Mrs.
Luellen -Prater attended church
on Johnsdn Sunday.
Steve Swango and wife were
guests of Porter Clark and wife
Sammie Hurst is very sick at
this writiijg, Mort.
Notice to Creditors.
All persona having claims against the
estate of Joseph P. Rose, deceased, late
' of Hazel ureen, Wolfe county, Kentucky,
You spend at this store. Our goods are honestly
bought and honestly sold. We have no ambition
to "get rich quick." Just a reasonable profit sat
COME IN! COME NOW
SEE FOR YOURSELF!
R. L. MILLER
HAZEL GREEN, KENTUCKY.
Mrs. Martha Noble this week.
Miss Ida Banks spent Thursday
with her couti:i, Mrs. James Car-
! J t n .t 1
j,80U. ; uressea oy persous oiuor uinu puu
; ! i :i j :n u r i i i
nrtv T md th afcfr,f fKnf "o I TP1,Q VV.t. r,f Rorl r5vr rnC i wui.uu iwiuiueu ..jr
farmer was not fit, or did not ! on the creek Saturday and Sunday .
kLOW enough to be. a member of
our Ipgislature." Two or three Suudny to his father's farm and for gathering reading
hundred of you, my friends, heard , took a load of com to Catnpton j veying home news an
my speeches, aud two or three j Monday. Swastika.
hundred of you know that this i rrrr -rtrr
. ... . ,. T , ! TOLIVER
rumor is a deliberate lie. I have1
0u.u u0ij u r . - i Most all the farmers are liar
uciu tuu I u I 111 DID UJJ as UK
lug me very oacRoone ot our
country, and there are farmers
TTprA,c Ynir Phntirp tn TTpIn ! are requested '.o present same, properly 111 VllVJ-l-ll, nbl i wa 1
Here s Xour uiance to eip. j to his ex;culorj5 Curtia 0 Ro,0f 444
Washington, July 25. Maga- Lexington, Ky., or Dorsey U. Kose, Ha- m"1am"m """rS"" ljSf1! '""S"""'
siies and; newspaper,, bearh.R i - 7, . SSS
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one-cent stamps, hereafter may be 1917. Any person indebted to .-aid es-
posted, unwrapped and uuad- j lft,e. 13 ropecuuiiy requesiea to can ana
CURTIS O. ROSE,
DORSEY C. ROSE,
postal authorities to American
I soldiers and sailors in Europe.
Charley Ed Liudon came ovorl In aunc-uncmc Tuedav nlans
veying home news and notion to
! vesting their oats this-week.
the bo3Ts abroad, Postmaster-General
Burleaou suggested that mag
azines print, the following in the
upper right-hand corner of their
front covers :
"Notice to the Reader When
have finished reading thiB
Hazel Green, Ky.
Executors of the Estate of Joseph P.
Several from this place attended
who are qualified and in every way I church at Laurel Sunday.
competent to fill the governor's! LiIIie Lykin8 Loma McNabb ' magafiue P'ace one-cent stamp
nhir nf .M. if To m . LY, &bh is notice, hand tho same to
w. ww.o .., "ici- jva rraier ana Aaa Liawson were
ed I will be elected by farmer's ; entertained at the home of Peari
votes, and when elected I propose and Ethel Clark Saturday aftor
to put a lot of blood-sucking pol-: noon.
iticians, who live from the honest! Malhe McNabb spent Sunday
toil of the laboring class, out of j afternoon with her cousin, Loma
business and give the farmers and j McNabb.
Pearl Clark has a very ,sblack
eyj" and swollen face and sore
arm this week caused from getting
thrown out of a buggy Sunday
Nora Wills spent Saturday night
their families a chance.
Another rumor being circulated
is, thnt I have sold out to the
present administration and to the
liquor interests. That rumor, my
frieud that black-hearted lie
originated in West Liberty and ' with Mrs. Mary Stamper.
was started by a man wbSNvonld
wcuia iiol oe iu inig race, i iru irarie ou your votes as he would
the 'laboring man's candidate cattle or your hogs. He is
tnUn.:.n r:j ?
BV VIIJ JOUUIjy lli i ill it illVilll
and I'll staud by him so lorjg ub
God gives me mind .and physical
a man who has made what he
hoi got in politics, and who
stands out today pre-emiaep,tly
Those entertained at the htme
of Nora aud Salhe Center Snnday
afternoon were Pearl and Ethel
Clark, LilKe and Russell Lykins,
Joe Grain and.a mi. Blankenship.
Lo.ma.McNafeb left Monday morn-
any poBtaltemploye and it will be
placed in the hands of our sol
diers and sailors at the front. No
wrapping no address."
The publications will be car
ried uudec parcel post classifica
tion at one cent oach, regardless
of weight.t A concentration sta
tion has ben designated in each
state for assembling of the read-
D. T. WILSON
The Mahan Grocery
land - Supply Company,
Country Merchants will save money by
reserving orders for him.
A GOOD DISPLAY
We havojiow opened our poul
try house Jit Helechawa for the
entire summer and fall seasons
and will buy your eggs aud spring
chix, beef hides, scrap iron, bones,
rags aud all kinds of junk at high
Heinkich & Toohev,
(adv) hp Helechawa, Ky.
Geo. Hf,HeiDrich, Mgr.
Thero is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and for years it -nras sup
posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly raJllnp
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it Incurable. Catarrh is a local disaase,
greatly Influenced by constitutional con
ditions and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional
remedy. Is taken Internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re--ward
is offered for any case that Hall's
Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists. 73c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation,
A. R. MA U PIN I
JEWELER & OPTOMERTIST
Kjes tested. Glasses Pitied.
Watch Inspector I. & If. R. R,
Special attention to mail oJilers.
zel Green Hero
WILL BRING RESULTS.
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