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..THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD
$t Hew of Wolfe and Adjacent Counties by m Bunch
tof Able Peacil-Pushers.
DOINGS DOWIT ON THE FARM.
Rusk Etbs, for the past several years
eosi4ere4 tfee champion hunter of this
place, informs us tint he w ao loager to
bo considered as tuck, ami that he has
, succeeded in Undine th game he was
looking for. Carl Cundiff ia now con
sidered tbe most famous in this line at
the present writing.
Xns- G. W. Lovelace, of Stillwater, is
"here with'fcer sister, Mrs. A. C. Oliver,
who is very low with stomach trouble,
The infant child of Andy Clouse and
wife died on the 15th inst. and W2 bur-
Jed in the Evaua graveyard.
Rev. J. T. Coons and family have
S3oved into the house with Uncle Fay
ette Fholl, he being left alone by the
dec Ik of fck wife s few weeks ago, and
who was Mr. Coons' mother. Mr. Shull
is past S6 years of age, and this family
has moved in to take care of him.
Maynsrd Lovelace, of Stillwater, and
Lizzie Boliog, of Campton, were quietly
married Saturday night at 7 o'clock at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stam
per, Rev. L.T. Allison tying the nuptial
knot. They left immediately in G. W.
Center's automobile fcr the home of the
groom's parent, George Lovelace and
wife, at Stillwater. The bride is a
daughter of B. F. Bolin of near town.
Miss Creasy Allen, after spending two
weeks with her parents at Lee City, re
turned Saturday to the home of her
brother, G. C. Allen, where she has been
staying for the past three months during
the absence of Mrs. Allen, who is at
Ashville, N. C, for her health.
Mrs. S. B. Allen, of Berlline, is visit
. ing her parents, Judge aud Mrs. B. D.
Ruse, this week.
JL B. Gregory, wife and baby, of Ra
venna, are here visiting Mrs. Gregory's
mother, Elizabeth Chapel.
Fr nV Alexander and Jim Smith, of
Bearpen, visited StewaitCox Sundaj.
Misk Calla Tutt, who is teaching school
at Wilburst, spent Saturday &- d Sunday
with her slater, Mis. J. H. Stamper.
Willie Stamper passiti through towu
Friday with a nice bunco of cattle for
the Winchester m: rkeU
J. S. Miller and W. H. Oliver last
week were out in the bills trying to buy
sheep. They secured '450 h?ad by pay
ing a war-time price.
The drill is still going on tbe Stamper
well No. 1. Tbe leaec owners, as we are
informed, say they are going on down
until they find oil, China or the other
country that is supposed to be beneath
us and reputed to be a very hot one
They, a re nowSO feet in tbe oil sand.
Capt. S. B. Smith has bad luck mixed
with good luck. He recently leased his
farm near town receiving a bonus of
$3,000, which we are glad to report. But
we are sorry to report his bad luck
During tbe bail and wind storm his corn
crop consistinc of J 00 acres was blown
down and the hail beat tbe stalks Into
the earth. He also had in a large acre
age of oats almost ready to harvest
which was alo ruined. His loss was
$1,000 at the least estimate.
O. S. Gosney, of Avant, Oklahoma,
and two sons of B. T. Gosney of tbe
same place, are here visiting their fa
ther and grandfather respectively. C.
Harris Arnett moved Tuesday to bis
property purchased from G. C. Allen.
Mr. Allen will move to Winchester this
week, where he baa for some time con
duoted an oil brokerage office.
Mrs. A. C. Oliver, who for two years
has been a sufli r. r with stomach troub'e,
and for the past six weeks has been con
fined to her bed, left Monday afternoon
for a Lexington Hospital for treatment
Sbe was accompanied by her sister, Mrs
G.'W, Lovelace of Stillwater.
Mins Minnie Miller, of Landsaw, is
staying with Mrs. J. C. Lindon.
For a time here the honk of tbe auto-
T Jnofrile was a signal for all tbe family to
run to the door to watch the horseless
wagon pass, but they are now put sec
end as an attraction since Henry Proffitt
of Proffitt Bros.'s store, brought to town
a brand new Red Indian motorcycle.
He can beat them at speed or anything
else that goes to make a noise.
Campton Graded High School opened
Monday with a large enrollment with
Prof. C. W. Wright as Principal; Prof.
Pope, Ioterniediate Department, and
Miss Christina Gibson, Primary Depart
men I. A number of the. patrons were
present, and all seemed interested and
well p'eased with the corps of teachers
Prof. Wright aud Mi Gibson bav
taught here and gave perfect satisfac
On next Sunday, the 20th, Rev. L. T
Allison will preach at Bearpen school
bouse and there will be a basket dinner,
or dinner on the ground, is the way we
were learned to use tbeexpression. Any
way, it will be ? fine place for the bun
gry candidate to go.
Or A Cecil audwtrifei of Hazel Green,
visited then daughter, Mrs. G. B. Stam
per, last week.
Miss Mary Wyatt, who for several
years was superintendent of the cooking
department of the Combs Hotel under
the management of the late 5. S. Combs,
is now at the Campton Hotel, where she
assumed tbe same management Ia.it Mon
Dale Woodson and Ballard Van cleave,
who have been with G. W. Salley for a
few days, gave bond Monday and are
free again until circuit court
The selective service, like the recent
grand jury, seems to have hit in high
places here. We learn that among the
lucky numbers are Rush Evans, Assist
ant Cashier of the Farmer's and -Traders'
Bank; James Swope, agent of the
Mountain Central R. It., and Andy
Clouse, telegraph operator for tbe pump
station for the Cumberland Pipe Line
Co. All these gentlemen are married,
have wives, but no children.
Farmers are very busy taking
care of oats in this section.
School began here last Monday
with Granville Rose teach er,
Francis Fallen of Daysboro is
vifaiting her brother, It. A. Kasb,
for a few daye. and will gather
; some blackberries while there.
Ida Gibbs spent Saturday night
Roxey Gibbs and wife ppent
Sunday night with his mother,
Mrs. Francis Gibbs.
Hixie Gibbs is building a house
for John Sebastiau at Daysboro.
R. A. Kash is still in very bad
Fern Fallon was visiting Bonnie
Gibbs Saturday night.
Jim Gibbs wont to Lacy creek
Sunday. There must be some
Among the Sunday visitors of
Hixie Gibbs and wife were his
mother, Mrs. Francis Gibbs; Fur
liu Gibbs and wife; James. Lacy
and wife; Ransom Gibbs; Jabile
Fallen, wife and baby.
-MrsrL&ura Linkous ia very sick
at tliia m-iiitng.
Ja'ines Ingram and , wife were
guests of Oweu Lawson aud family
Henry Rose, of West Liberty,
candidate for county attorney, was
inonrfvillsge last week.
Mrs. John Anderson and little
daughter, Opal, of Ezel, were vis
itiug relatives at this place last
Mrs, Nancy J. Luso of your
toyyas visiting her daughter, Mrs
G.A. Sample, aud family thiB
Wilier Moore aud wife visited
thellafter's parents, Hazard Djwn-
ingand wife, at Wellington Sat
urday add bunday.
MrsjAbuer Moore, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs, Jaine
Wilson, at Mt. Sterling, the past
weekhas returned home.
JB!$i Neff, Mrs. Voluoy Henry
and tpo children, and Miss Loma
Mcivabb left Monday for Charles
tculil., where they will visit rela
tive's and friends for about two
. . ; H ! j
which was then a part of Morgan, j fellow, who hti been enfied in j
They spent some few years of their ' transferring the buiines men to f
married life in that place, alter . the oil fields, sold his horses andsf
which they moved to Montgomery outfit to the amount of f 550.
county and Jived there a number; Gharley Potu and james Lacy,
of years. They also lived in Meni-jof 0amptorJt were in town Satur-.
fee county for some time and later jd What's tbe attraction, boys?-
moved to May town aud lived here
until old age would not permit! uojr wuut u x-uuui,u..
them to keep house any longer j 01Q uger oi untrue xuna auu
fi,nM t.hn t.hv bv ho Btvinai wife dled F"dT night, its dth .
with some of tbjir children. They
are the parents of seven children,
five of whom are living. They
have 32 grandchildren, 45 great
grandchildren and one great-greatgrandchild.
They have been mar
ried 73 years and have been bless
ed witb good health the gseater
being caused by measles settling
on its lungs some months ago. It
was laid to rest in the Bush grave
yard. Mrs. G. O. Adams was called to
the bedside of her mother, who is
suffering from asthma.
Mrs. Gordilla Vanderpool and
portion ot tneir lives. iney are j two daughters, Mrs. Theresa Ad
closely related to the Hursts, Taul-; ama and Ms Bonnie Ferrell, will
bees aud Kashes, all prominent j leavQ tne grgt 0f tne wee for Lex.
families of Wolfe county. They inston whBre they will make their
will make their future home with futura home.
their daughter, Lila, at this place.
The Herald has ade arraf e
meats with many publishers of daily
and weekly papers wherefcy it. ctw li
fer to Its readers desirable daily ami
weekly papers in connection whfe The
Herald at n cossider&nle sayis
over tbe price if ordered aisjlf. Go
over the following hl aad pick cat
the one that suits yor particular
seeds and order from s at oc.
Hazel Green Herald .$1,G
Thrice-a-Week Y. Wurld 1M
Total Value. -$"--0
Our Piice to yo........r..... 1.65-
We save you c
May they live to enjoy many more
days together, and may their last
days be their happiest.
Ber'y picking-is the style amocg
the ladies here.
Mrs. A. J. Legs is on the sick
list at this writing.
Bro. Ira Wells has been herej
since last Friday aud delivered an- j
other good sermon.
Col T. C. Johnson, of Lee coun-
ty, and, san, C. X., of Campton,1.
were in town Monday extending j
friendly handshakes. j
On account of the death of Mrs. Isa-
elle Nickell we failed to get out our
letter last week.
Thomas Taulbce of this place made a
business trip to Campton Friday.
O. B. Linkous of Stillwater culled on
. W. Burcham Thursday night.
The little child of Bud Campbell and
wife is not expected to live.
Bonnie, the little daughter of Scott
Nickell and wife, is very sick
Mrs. Mollie Burcham is suffering very
much from having hor tooth taken out.
S3lvia Spencer spent Sunday with
Maude and Laura Tester.
Rev. J. W. Burcham preached at the
Frank Johnson school house Sunday.
He reports a good meeting and a large
W. S. Shackelford, the machine man,
delivered a fine machine to Thomas
Taulbee. We think Mrs. Taulbee was
L. E. Smith and wife made a business
trip to Lcc City Saturday.
Mrs. Angoline Ely was a pleasant call-
or on Mrs. Mollic Burcham Sunday.
Mollic Mac, the little daughter of Tom
Taulbee and wife, is very sick at this
James Burcham made a business trip
to Stillwatur one day last week.
Scott Nickel! was at Lcc City one da3'
last week having some dental work done.
Rebecca Lindou called on Virginia and i
Cappie Smith one night hist weok.
Mubcl Ely spent part of Inst week .
with hor grandmother, Mrs. Angeline Ml
Ely. i K
Henry Bradley and wife called on ! flji
Scott Nickell aud wife one night last1
week. i iu!
Osa and A&i Ely of this place depart- ?
cd Wednesday for Middlotown, Ohio:, Wj
n'lioro tliov will wnrL- Thnv wpri nr. I -VA
compauied to Lee City by their mother, I ft
who. wc know, will be very lonely, as l
they were the only two boys with her.
Died, July 15, Mrs. Isabelle Nickell; (
after an illness of seven wesks. She vas 1 ft
64 years and three da3s old at her death, j k-
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tne moiner oi tiuvfii cuuuiuu, ui huw ;
eight are living. Six were present at U
i! cm- i . u .:ti. I
her son, Scott Nickell, and was there at j ;h
the time of her death. There was a va-
nant ennt Jr ktinvnn t.hr Sflvinr onllfH mir ' it'.
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dear mother to fill. Her work on earth
isjUonc, ber dear body must be still, her fnj
spirit has gone to heaven above its va- j vWj
cant place there to fill. There is one
hope we still hold doer, we'll meet ourjjK-
mo h ?r in heaven above where nartinc -V
wc will never fear.
Misses Gertrude OldSeld. and
slHattie Salley .were the pleasant
iff ! guest of Winnie Catron Saturday,
b. ! night and Sunday.
i ! McsJamss 'Bruce McClure and
$i ' Bud Nickell are visiting their
ihjluiece, Mrs. Lizzie Swango, who
,:' ! has ben ill for some time, aud wet
ij jare glad to hear that she 13 slowly
K j regaining her health. ;
W l' M.G. Cottle, wife and childronj
Jfii were the guests of Mrs. S. H. 3iay
j family Sunday. !
Hazel Green Herald.
Cincinnati Weekly Esquirer...,. .75
People's Home Journal (mn'Iy).. ,fi4
Farm & Fireside fiwi-nm'!yV. .5
Todavs Magazine (with 1 , Mmy
ManlOH patlers).... ..........
Total Yalae,,. - .JUS-i-
Our Price to yoa ........ t wi
We save you $t 6U
Hazel Green Herald: . $iM
The Evening Post (daily)
Home & Farm. .58
Total Value 1 4jQt
Our Price to you ..u .3.75
We save you 75c
With this order the Evening Post
will give you free, delivery charges
prepaid, 6 hardy ever blooming rosea
and 12 grafted apple trees. The rces
are 1 redDuroihy Perkins, I MyMa
rvland, 1 white Maman Cochet, 1
Critmuw Queen, I Sunburst J Radi
ance. The apnle trees are 3 Deli
cious, 3 Jonathan, X Styncan Wi&e
snp and 3 Wealthy.
jj ( Wash Childers and wife, who have j
s ' been visiting their daughter, Mrs.j
j)jLee McGuire in Kansas, passed;
X : thru here one day last week for?
M their daughter's home at May-!
Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for
There is a protracted meeting j
going on at this place now. Bro.
Yocum is preaching for us. Wej
are having good sermons and large!
Henry Davis came home Sunday I
afternoon to attend the meeting.!
i . j
i Ta ?Jfmrknr find- Mtcs T.alis.
K Richie wore in our section of thej
9 j country buggy riding Sunday af-
.ternoou. They seomed to be en-;
joyii'g life to the fullest extent.
There will be a spelling match.
ij . at Botts' school-house Tuesday!
between Long Branuh and that
school. The ruward to the best
J 'BpellHr will bu a scholarship to
thu FreiiGuburg fccbool this next
tirm. Evorybody invited to come.
Several from May town aro at
tending the meeting at this placo. j
Come all you can and stay n3 longi
as you can after you get ht-re. i
Dewey Little attended school at
: 'Trimble Bend Sunday afternoon..
School is progressing nicely at !
i Long Branch, with Doyle McClure-
Haiel Green Herald ILOO
Cincinnati Pat (daily )... $(H
Farm A Firts'de (twice-a-m'th) .50
Todays monthly) a .50
Woman's World (monthly)- SO
Farm Fjgineering (monthly)... 50
TmJI Value 46.
Our Price to you............... 3.G5
We save you i35
Hazel Greeft Herald- . 1.0O
Louisville Herald (daily) 3 (K)
Total Yalue. .4-1.00
Onr Price to you 3,40
We s;ve you 60e
Hazel Green Herald LOO
Louisville Times (daily) f 0U
Total Yalue. MM
Our Price tyout... 5.00
We save you $1.00
1 1 -
Hazl Green Herald . .$t.0fc
Ixuietou Leader Olaily & Suh). 4.00
uur i:rice u akc-i
Wc save youfl
Hj.zei Green Herattiv, -.4, ?l f0
Lexington readrrishuutaun) 2 5)
Trttnl Value.... .'.w,w
Our Price to jju..,.;'. . 3 00
Y& save ym 50c
I) ) as instructor,
The two next above ofters fur The
Iferald and Leadtrara for one year.
Fur Six Munihs iu?t one half price.
Hazel Gteen HeraM .4l 00
ixingtiiu Herald (daily) 5t0
Total Valuc ..46 00
Our Price to you........ ..... 5.&0
We save you 50c
Tbe above ife is ae not available
to ihte tvno live within a radius
covHed ! regular earners.
THE HAZEL CIEK I11AL1,
HAZSL GHEEX, XILXTDCKT.
9 1st Legislative District.
I am amative sou of Morgan County, was educated in Morgan and Wolfe
and am a lawyer by profession. Ueing one of the uiuuiitain people, I shall fight
lor their interests, the protection, of their rights, and to! give them a voice, in the
Farmers are yet very busy fight
ing weeds in this section.
Aunt Nancy Croft, we are glad
to say, is convalescing from a very
severe attack of pneumonia.
Mrs. Claude Stacy returned
home Saturday last from a visit
i m affairs of our State'. I am airaiust graft and corrupt politics, and for abolishing M 1 to her mother, Mra- Richard w ells
! boards and commissions crcatedfio give jobs to political pete. I am uncjuali- W iu Moutsmery couut-
Buford Marphy and family spent j
Saturday uight and Sunday withK4
Henry Murphy of Ezel. iljj
tt , rr , -. , I
jiooerc naisey maae a nusmeESi m
trip to Stillwater Friday aud re
fiedly-for State-wide Prohibition and shall fight with all my
Strengtn to secure It. I earnestly solicit your support
PRIMARY ELECTION, AUG. 4th, 1917.
John Rose and Harry Murphy
spent Saturday night with Bee;
Rose, and they all took dinner
with Han y Murphy Sunday. All
reported a jolly time.
Be'n Murphy sold to Frank
Clarke a nice hunch of sheep;
James Hurt one day laEt week
got hadly kicked by a horse, but
is improving fine.
Arlus Barker and Wm. Williams
went out the other day a turtle
hunting and caught ten, ajud they
say it was not a good day for tur
Isas Murphy and wife spent
Saturday night and Sunday "with
John Testerman. Cowboy,
Glimbinj: hUis before we get. tbejn;
isiist bakes us tired.
W. l Childers, accorapauied by
his little daughter, Kathleen, aud
MissRiith Wilis, motored toJef
fersonyille Monday where the
young ladies will visit their grand
father,. A. Childers, aud family
for ;au indefinite time and while
therkwill attend the Montgomery
Alteriah eight-months' visit to
Mrs. Roy Kash again Friday. Here th-iVhtft,Mre L.C.Mcuire
I I ' - - uaUfl l
; (kh lis ner ense iRiprunag.
Evorj'body seems to enjoy the raiu.
Blackberry nicking seems to be the
order of the day in these parts.
Miss Nancy Lnndrum visited Grnco
Ivash Thursday and V riday night,
Candidates seem to be joy riding these
days, all expecting to be elected.
Dr. Marion Center was called to see
Clarence HaJsev was tlteplcMant guosfc
of Mrs. Virginia Murphy ami family Sat
urday night and Siiy.
Ben Holtou aad family spont Sunday
with his parents. II. S. Helton and wife.
John Murphy, of near Eael, called on
he best girl near Valeria Sunday after
noon. Miss Liaaic Murphy was a pleasant
guest of Grace Kagh Saturday aftornoon.
xfiba, Kan., J- W. Childers
d wIS better known as Uncle j M
Wash old Aunt Julia, have again
returnell to their native heath.
Ki j daughters, Mrs.- Charles Arnett and
m Mrs. JD. B. 3ioreneld, at west Ltb-
Vl Qpjv this waaIt 1
Arlle Mann and wife were pleas-j
ant guests of Herman Fields andi
family last week.
Quite a number of oil men are
- , prospecting thru here. They say
Everett Ledford, who is in the j indications bids fair to begin1
service of Uncle Sam, visited rela-j drilling at once. !
tives here this weak. j .
Mrs. Rollin Carpenter of Logan, ,
Noah Chapman and Sterling ; West Virginia, is visiting relatives !
Bush, two of -Torrent's charming here,
gents, left Saturday to join Uncle j c Davig b bis school !
ouui b iu,Uw. u.uu.us pat.iS laat week ith a,nicQ enrollment.
pretty girls good-bye.
Mesdames James and Porter
Adams, of Indianapolis, Ind., are
I visiting relatives iu this towu.
isses Pearl and Laura Ledford,!
two of Torrent's most charming
I run a Daily Hack Line froat Uaael
Grean to Helechawa aad back.
Leave Hazel Green at 6:S0 a. ni.
Arrive at Helecbawa at-&Q0 a. w.
Leave lielechawa at 12-00 hi.
Arrive at Hazel Green at 2:30 p. m.
" Any one wishing to be taken t anv
plce after arrival at Hazel Greta cb
secure my services.
V'c can compound youi prescrip
tions accurately and scientifically and
return to you by next mail.
Ween in seed of drugs or druggists'
sucsries, write us. We will look after
your wants promptly and at rtswoo
ab c price?.
A complete line of
.VXD ROX C.VXDIES.
Wc will appreciatour tre yaJc.
RIFFLE DRUG OOIPAiY
belles, took a horseback ride to the
-t n.u r. i i i
. ' , - j a nrr. n jalAsniev on neio oaturaay anu re
Owing to their advanced age it is J- -
.1 u ui. Traill! port a nice time,
aomethjug remarkaqlo how weiij f
they can get abnut, Aunt Julia be- Miss Myrtle and Mai very Speu
insr Ovears of age and Uncle i cer spent Sunday night with their
Wash flt Thev made tho eutirotj
trip' to and from Kausas by them-d
selvej.hey were born ana reaieu
An'&iris. t nr. tfnlffl. countv).
aunt, Mrs. Daniel Booth, aud re
ported a nice time.
Ireland Arnett, an- ail-around
The young folks will have a boxj
supper at Whites Branch school-j
house Saturday night next. I
Mrs. Cleveland Mann and little
daughter, Mattie Lne, will leave
Sunday next for an extended visit
to Winchester and Mt. Sterling,
and also attend the Montgomery ; jjwl die ia t mm fix hmUm.
county fair. ' -a yourpelf moUy. I ut &
alt your sbm mnm nttmj fm C ajcatiM
1m tar rm-
HAZEL eIIX, X.Y.
Thk k to ayo4 wiT'tiiag I iMvtrabo
Wake up, correspondent!, we JygSJ
love to har frexn ail. BillJ. i bh m to 4e sd
i let this er wmmrtm, fatitajaf Hi ift
A lot of "gay larks" who ny-dlfh hUt mm. Yo wi Uka
won't have the winf to;do.oiafieifc ' f1
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