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" - . ,- . - THE HAZEL- GREEplip ! 4.. . - - -Pfc'?.: -
wkLfe mm courts.
M. U. W. Gardner. Saljeravile Jndct,
Be. Floyd Arnett, Neols, Commou!
Ho. J. a Licden. Clerk.
Coereaes 1st Monday in February,
tk MmtdayJnJIay, and 1st Monday iulp75s; is hsre.td work OU the new
Hfw. U. D. Roe, JmJge.
Hoa.T.C. Holloa, Wert:.
Hof G. C. Allen, County Attorney.
Hon. A. Comb? bnerffl.
ilon. Taylor t5iioti.v , fcupelndent of
xt r -r
Hon. G. W. SalJey, Jailer.
Hon. E. J. Creech, fcrarve
J. D. Rose, Judge.
Convenes on 1st Monday in menth.
Convenes ist Tuesday in March, 1st
Tnesday in June, lm Tnesday in Sep
tenber, 1st Tuesday in December.
Cpnrenes lstTiedav in Auril wf
jistxuasaay in uctober.
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HAG IgTE-AT lib COUliT'S. '
First District, B. A. Dunn. Third Fri
day in each month.
Second Disttict, J. 1L Brooks. Fourth
rnday in each mnaih.
TV?rfl rv;-;.i- w r it c 1
ahcu. econuiKodj is naiiuiti iier Slater,1 airs,
Suturdav eh momb I . , 6 . '
Fourth District, G. W. Spencer.
Fifth District, l'r-tH Uollon
Hixlh District, A. R. Hatton.
o57CSth District, H. H. Kash.
Eighth District, It. H. Twlfcee
Saturdsy in each month.
Campton J. Reynolds, Judgf. 1st I
Hazel Green R. P. i?wano, Judge. 4th
OHIO AKD KEITUGKY RAILWAY.
M. . CO-VLKY, Itecelrer.
Oct. 31. J9I5.
O. & K. J aEot5ou.
ftart ,.W 1,1
v TEeSCHtt LU.JUHI 4 rr
.Gannel City j 12 10
Cane- 12 li
Mai ear j 12 S
Index .... 1 Si
Licking River j 12 d
He Wittesier Bant,
Capital Surplus, $300,000, I i
j Deposits Over Half a Million.
I TOUR 1CC0UKTS SOLICITED.
y H". M. WITHERSPOON, - President, j j
1r. R. SPHAR Gashler.
. C. MIGKLL
HAZEL GRKEX, KY
All Vo-k Guaranteed
Vntl fn fro- on Prna C f 1 -irrcr nf
Fruit and Shade Trees. Grane
Vines, Shrubs. Ro, s, Rhubarb, .
tmfnoD atn '
-TerytkiBg for Orchard, Laws & Garden.
I. F. HILLENMETER SONS,
Itif T.TTTVflTnv "V
I will pay Uiis-Pum fur nv Wirtcii or ,
Clock wfaiohi can aol put in good rua-
I M ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY WORK.
Tbe public is cordially invjiwl to csH
or. clock rppairiojr. A'l wwt jrunraHteed. .
tCLonrl Vw it.cn A r4rA! tf
W. B. LARKINS
At Br.dge, JACKSON. KY. j
TIE JIEL &BEEK HOTEL
IJLZEL GREEN, KY.
MifiS NANCY M. MAI'K, Maxaok
nil Inr hrm Hre nr iiuirA. CTttmiilfr-
ctal travelers and tHl Operators ?olicitl.
itegaiar ooaroers accommouaum. xruc
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bet tiie Kiarki't affords
Clean, cuiu fort-
Lucille Kash rs visiting her sis -
ter, miss Grace Rosis at Lee Citv.
Stevy Kash made a flying trip
from Landsaw to Hazel Green this
A Mr Williams, of Indianan-
James Brown made a flying trip
(n t.m. LA 1
Lan Dvidaon, one Lf the lead-
j ing farmere of Grassy, was In town
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Robert Cecil and wife of B.,hel,i
Ohio, are here on a visit to his
brother, C. W. Cecil.
Mrs Calla Pieratt and daugh
ter, of Murphy fork, were m town
Leaben, Alien a hustimg yenug lelt o wfe ownLy Jor the next
yer of 6q,pton, was here 1.iUttfnl.
Saturday on business. f
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... " The Hazel Green Cemeterv As -
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iiiss aaiiie aamnle. of Jacv
v..x,. at. ,vy in at nis--
temporary residence at the Swango!5 requested to be present.
Icdttageon the camnus
T. F. -Stamper, of near Camp -
ton, was in these parts last Sat-
7 m TT
i. iianKg, a nustnng drum-
nior of Campton, passed thru town s-
Sunday for parts unknown.
John T. Crain, ooe of Maytown's
foremost citizens and business
( men, was m town Wednesday.
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tla3 Tntt, candidate for Count v
Clerk, was ia town Saturday and
Suaday mieling with friends.
j R. J. McLh. left the firBt of the;Gr to Slaytown last wlc, and
'Winchester and possibly Lesing
Bill Ghildeas, of Maytown, wss
was hare last Saturday and took
the ''kiddies" of the town an auto
Old Uncle Milt Ohair has been i
very sick,but is improving now.
$r. ash is the attending phy-
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p. kr-f tu... u i i
ltubert Johnson, who has been
i of Tr,.,n r-
j at Irvine lor some time, came up j
J. M Tester, of Stillwater, can -
Uidate for County Attorney, was
'in Hszel Green Wednesday greet-
; ing his many friends.
Fred Cope of .Jackson: W. J.
Sunday of Oklahoma, and-Silas
'Tu of Gamwinii wrA rwof u
1 tors at Ui Cecil hotel.
Little Geneva Kash, of Laud-
saw, was a ptiarant visitor this;
week at ths home of her grandma,
Mrs. E. C Ka.ch of this plaee.
A. B. Kash and wife and 0. N.
fvHcn and U'if mccaH ihrAnirli mir
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city on Saturday for Lee City to;
visit their sister, Mrp. Le Hose.
Mort Combs and Howard tam -
prof Caniptou.and Green Iacy
of Morgan county, composed .an
autu pirty that was heie last Sat
, Mifs Daisy McLiu, th attract-
; ive daughter f R. J. McLin and
; wife, left Monday morning for a
; visit to Winchester friends and
1 lie u,"- tl,tau' Ui "'
win uegiaa to Know mat snej
1 -PW5 HaVel Green tjus j
week for a few days' visit to iefa-
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' tiveS ad fiends. j
! Mi8 Nellie Eri who has been
! Jl !?J:l "hv?T.
Green last Saturday much :
aeiignt, oi relatives ana trienas.
Lthr Pierett, of Esel, can li-
date for RprestiUtive from the
6nties ol Wolf and Morgan,
' was fit town Wwhjesday and took 1
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, oiH'r at me laaxei ttreen noiei.jtnd win in tne near luture ran a;
Mrs. Forrpst Cecil, who left here
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j stomach trouble, is reported to be
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ciomg ry at u. preseni
Sam Kash, wife and daughters,
who have been on a visit to Mrs.,
Kasb's brother. Steven G. Sample
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aud wile, at Jtona. lexas, ior some
, lime pKSt, rvLUjroeti iwbw
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speak in glowing terms
n tSetern c uutry, and ail rtport a
A corious toak was di5C0TereaMrs. A. i J. Bh-fc
, last wees oy one oi .msjonnsoa si
iEiniJY - Oue of their hens mide a
t nest coe to John ri&ratt'e tence.
jWhen fauiid she had two little
chicks and one egg was found lYU-eeks, Mrs. Callie Efakeeship,
ing on the ground. Ur.e of the
children brought this egg to the
house, wrapped it op and it
hatched out a well developed chick
with f jur legs. Who con beat it?
I Uncle Sam is at present prepar-
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l ha nnWiahpn in hnnt fnrm
Wherever The Herald has eone!"- She ffaS flpril 2,
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i u is i' sua 'xavu uncu iquu uiiu au
In the contents will be
iuauj uiau una ugici tijjjjtaic
print before. The price of the
1 ook will be within the reach t f all
Archie Johnson placed a tele-1 ja Xseff, Miss Glenn, Mfce Irene,
phone in the home of W. S. Tntt j jonn M Wallace, Trn aud
at Campion last week and nowjoian. Besides herhXaEand and
Silas can tell his friends from bis1
morn rrrtf i raa (hat. ha WAnts trt lip
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nr.ini.mn will tiikl ivilii ai'i J2j.i
i r i--ii t?-:j,. a nrrno Q
! . KuBell on Friday, August d,
itbeiHgthe regular time for the;""-- -"'-V"
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' . no Hflro ie rr iii7B wnii mhs
www. - w.
: been for the last five or six years
Kelly NSokeli's farm, bought
rsoentlv from Cnrt Rose some
Hand for $650. Joel will move
Uhortlv to his nw place
Miss Cathervn Cecil, the effi-
j cieut clerk at Cecil & Son, is play-
1 iS the role of bou9keper for
j her brother, F. F. Cecil, in the
'absence of his wife, who is m a
J H; E and R' P' SwaSaye the
i ivasn lt &wanS .teiepnoue line
senoral straiahtanine from Hazel
and itioter service.
Yeruon Phillips of Mize, young
est con of F. M. Phillips, is raising
ginseng on a spotof land near the
residence of his father. We did
not learn what druggist would get
f 4l J L
j The many friends of Mrs. Nau-
uie M. Kash will be grieved to
ji,axrt.tbat h8xand?tion aVSt. Jr-
seph's Ho?p'tUl is no better and
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Lnai ner aeatn is mauer oi oni n
j Owen Law-son, of Maytown, is
! running the blacksmith -shp be-
j irim to Jntlge tr. W. Wtoeeier,
jand lhis w8e cme iu aud had
TnQ Eferail sent to Iris family at
Tha R-liffe Booslnr Club has
'. H-el Green billed th:s we&k with
posters for the Chautauqua which;
i will ba held at West Liberty on j
j August 10, 31. 13 and 18. i
Duing a storm Tuesday even -
l t i t. t
j tUfr llgOLHIIlg irilCK a milK DOUiP
! on Hiram's Branch and burned
the hise and three o e hundred
barrel tanks of oil.
A. H. and Claude Stamper, of
! Cai,,pt"' sold thie wek to James
f Drake' tf tbe 3(11116 PCf lhsiri
iProPrly ou Plummer streot ; price
! 1 Tf
Lige Blaukauship, a former
j resident of this place, but now rf
: MirJdletown, OhK is here this
t week on a visit to relatives and
Win. HuH, of Murpby
- 'boight two fine mare mules here
Wednflyj on8 from Jack PflCk
&ud the other f rom Bm Clark
Emmett Swimme, of near Lex-
inRtw but brU r'Dd reaFed
I" -on. 5 1 Campton this
trl- vicjf it(t rltl?
Hazel Green Has a Fliwer.J
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wjacu o liiu.o ii
York this week than it has been
.for some time. On Wednesday
W. J. Kollon and A. C. Pieratt
purchased a new Ford machine
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regular autoniobi!e line between i
a t-a nrmverinrf fl rTl!f fVlA rforI i r
sacn a wav as wi nujce me passage;
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of aiitomobilas to tbe station pos-i
; and run their machine regularly
so that people can get to and
from Haael Grpen easily a great
many people would come heiej
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lorgoii.e mat nuwrwien wouui fcWK fcome ;
1 Monday . ..Ibr good piece more accessible,
rits They;L-t tbe guid work go "on. Thej
s of the " more automobiles we have in the
uiri omerwiee wouui seK some
country tne sooner
Wfi W.ii nave
After an lllne c TraI
;m0nthp, and after been
; congued to iier bed lor Witi five i
wife of A. J. Biankeaht, peeeed
to. her eternal reward hr oalock
Thursday night, in Sill tri
nmph of a chriitiaaittfi.
Before her marrig ciie Ws
UB4" VVr "u .
1 William and Martha both
deceased, and Wft 1-. 42nd
1S91, to Andy J- skenship,
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I rtL t. nUn IlKCM htr.;i.
wllu " .. . 3 uu
J bo seV6D fhl,fW"' f f hfm
wawpreaeut w -.-.ui aer
aeatn. ineir name- ,rs.
children 8he is survived1; by four
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Strs. T. M. Lee, a twin f.Ur, Mr.
A. O. Pie.att. ira Me Cnudiff
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IMrs. Lizzie Byrd awsJohn il.
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Wallace 01 Montgomery couuiy.
Burial will take piaSatrday,
tuts iariu ui x. ui.xrtjt? on
jGrassy. Funeral will e preached
la'e ,nH,y h-
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i-i- ai i onrap onn i; i wr torn
wwmvv-. ,. ..i00,
, of which communion '-Mrs.
, kenship was a consistent member.
I In the death of Mrs. Blauken-!
(ship the community sustmns a
distinct lo3s. her children u fond
mother, and her husband a good I
One of the many growisg evils
of this country today s the city
mail order store. In jour town,
where we have the best of stores,
the most honorable merchants, and
: nuBrB SOOUB are "olu " a arS'" '
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, small n8 to afford a espeotable j
nttda nf rfnllore nrp nnnnnllv cont
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f fr.a rvoil -r- rinncnn
iiu Liiu wait uiuui uuuasa ui uui
mcrnhnnfR to nav theati ft fanrvl.
r , i ice cream and cake were served,
price for butter, eggs aiid poultry, ... , , . , .
r . . i - t . All were loud m their praise of
for their pumpkins, potatoes, to- ., . . , v '
, , , . , the enjoyable event, and pro-
matoes, beans and apples, and; 5 x
iU m . j!nouu:eMr. McLure a most excel
then they take the monsy received I . A, t T , . .
, . . , : but ho3t. Kentuckv Gir .
jiuui uui uoluu mei uuuu t aim sbuu
it to the mail order howe
There is ueithtrcojipmy L
or honor in such a mainf3r of do-
Vrn ran ivrifn it.
down in your hat that! as a rule ! and money orders but uo money,
the mail order house i? swindle. Finder will plpase return to the
Oar citizens who patronize them a"ftrfjfned an etfe reward,
uui it j J u- u of&)00, James I. Hollou,
should be compelled, so ship their,
butter ami eggs to thm. There' Submarined,
is not a business mac ih our town'; While ou his return with the
who will not duplicateheir prices ; mail from Index on Tuesday, Wil
for the same quaHtyo&goodsi and , lie Ross, the carrier, came vory
he who turns down Kisfhome mer- nearly being drowned, A heavy
cbauts to patronizel'these fakirs i rain had caused the ford of G.rassy
is far from being a Jbyal, patriot- noar the home of L. G. Caskey to
ic and good citizjn. '?. become very much swollen. When
What's the'TJse? ne e,,ered the ford the water was
It is of little usefor the local formidable, but jwhile crossing the
; editor to
on-nC.-. u: n : n : t l.
" "piUOJU ujhujj iu ij'jwiu
a town when the citizens all stai d
! ar-. uud with their "hands in their
pockets and indifferently wait for
jSomelhing to turn urn If the cap-
: italists or business men do not put
; their shoulders to , the wheel and'ofa nearby trde and saved him-
do a little boosting if is useless for
the editor to try andboom things,
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lie can write articles till h gets
ibaldheaded. but if j fho citizens' oufc. On the nest day the buggy '
themselves do not tike hold and . wa3 fonnd, lodge.I some distance (
push, the town wilPfforever stick jdowu the crefek, and the mail,
in the mud. Of what use is it for pouch was fonud about two and a .
the local paper to suggest improve- half miles down the stream. I
J ments and new enterprises if tbe
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tsugsatioua ait; uevoi uutcu ujjuijj
j require ug
! the citizens. When one man shoul-
dors a town and attempts to carry
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- it, there are always glot of cranky
1 klckers readf top of
! the load. Unity of action is what
canaiaate ior tjonstauiB, gave ns
j 80me valuable aid press day, and
if thev are as good, at political
! v,ork aa thev are at turnine the
; -'trlorv wheel " they sure must be i
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The Mountain Oil Company
; brought iu a wellonlhe Clayton
farm this '.week which
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turned out to be a dry, hcle.
George Steeje and.:Andy Clonse,
i-f Pn mnfnn 4 fho PTTinllW nf f Via
Cumberland Pipe Line Co., were
in town Thursday. jj
Lient Arch Cope, dl Jackson, is
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: here this week trvinx to gpt re
herB thig week trying to gPt
cruUg ffjr UdcIb Samarm:r,
Van B. Elkitis, cwdidate
; fNtTnf fllorl- toe .mi town 'km
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A Gourtisy Y Owi.
The nicest courtesy you can show
your guests is to haTe their visits
mentioned in these pages. The
! ;,TOlTrour; -vou can snow your
inends is to let them learn of vour
Twits through thrse pagfg when
ever jou uo away. And we will
consider it a courtesy whenever
you give us an iteui of any kind.
Melvin Roman is reported verv
ill this week.
Mrs. Ona Oakley is very sick this!
mips Beulah McGIure and Wen-
!do11 Day arrived here last week to
jBPenda month with .Mrs. J. W.
' motley and friends.
Mis3 Estelle Catron and Mrs.
Willie Catron were the guests of
Mrs. Beve Spence Sunday,
v n'p,urphyrUd Mamily a"dHargis Commercial Bank & Trust Company .
V. D. Carney and, family were the . r J "
guests of Deuzil Hill and wife'
J u"uyt)i ia voiy jji wim
I atomach trouble.
J AcKeii and family were
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loe ainuer guests ot Mrs. Leonard
-Mr8--d Day reported danger-;
The son of Roland Nickell off
Mrs. Leonard Mnrphy.
J. 3i. Murphy and family were .
Charleston visitors Saturday after
Mrs. Isaac Adams is on the sick
An elaborate affair wss given at
" umuuiuio auuu vta uiveii UL
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M-:Papsed m social conversation and;
" fc " vummiusi,
Hazel Green a black- pocket-book
containing a number of checks
f.nmo rinwn nnnn him nnn fho
horse and buggy in which ho was
riding. The force of the water
upturned tne buggy and com-
pletely inundated the whole out-
He happened to catch a root
self out. The hitile which he was
driving was with some difficulty
1 f lilt
cut loose from the buggy and got,
To the Ladies.
Mrs. F. N. t)av announces to
the ladies of Hazel Green and su
rounding country that she is now
c,oaing out faer aprhjg and wr
mmm linfi of hntR nnd miHinPPv
goodg at (hJ Jowegfc pog8ibie l)rny5
to make r00m for a large and va-
ried stock of Iate 8amm:r Mjd faI,
iir3. 1j. i. jones, iirf.
uomus and Mrs. u. . jlh i.
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' ot ij8avl,le' nnd A- K Jacksou
I aDd,te" registered at ijwaugo
bDriuSs ilote1' flua aro rns"cae
on the hdaling waters of Swungo!
-yr G. LOCKHAET,
fs prepared to do any kind ol work in his '
line on short notice and at very reasonable !
price3. Will be al Hazel Green for April, j
August and November, with headquarters j
at the Day House.
Bes I MM, P iwef raky
TYPiiWRi 1 INGaai
H lUSlNESS CQLLEtE
! It PmidDt h 7e rbf erperieaw in k tereatlla
!. u4 ftiruiar, t J6.m win Kf. V.iTMHJ.
ndUvkinRb!nM.-ls jekrs edocUng ayJ
fnr W1LIUR X.SMI1
BEmdf 3HH0b9P I iHVc
F fS.mL'TJJ b
BANK WITH US.
We pay 4 per cent interest on thai depitx.
Ja ckson ,
DEVELOP YOUR OIL LEASE!
STAR DRILLING MACHINES
THE MACHINE WITH A REPUTATION
THE STAR DRILLING MACHINE CO.
CONSIDER YOURSELF CAPABLE
Make up your mind to. save One Thousand
Dollars. Start a bank account and persevers.
You can do it as easily as others have. You
must start before you can finish.
JB. F. CECIL, President. R. A. KASH, Vice Pres.
' DORSET C. ROSE, Cashier.
General Contractor and Builder
I have been in the Constructing Business ,for
years and am prepared and know how to do your stone
and cement work properly.
cement walks, and if you need work of that kind write
to me. Will furnish bond that my work will be satisfac
tory and according to contract.
THE SIGN FOR QUALITY
thing for Oil
Let The Herald Do Your
fJOB PRINTING t
First Class Work,
I make a specialty of nke
most enjoyable time.
j good roads.
, - JITH. ltxbHrtw, Ky.