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we r authorized to amKHne
t Howell, huh Democratic candi
for County Assessor, But jtct to
action of the primary election
Wo are author zo to announce
eu candidate for tho Democratic
nomination for County Attorney
Mibjecc to tho action of the primurj
io he held August 2, 1913
VVd aro authorized to announce
J. WALTER KNIGHT
3 a Democratic candidate for coun
ty judse of Chnauunujunty,8Utjeci
to inaction of the primary Aug. 2,
We are uuthonzed . to announce
S. G. BUOKNER
ss a candidate for City Councilman
in tae Second ward, subject to the
action of tho Demucruiic primary
Aug. 2, .9VS.
We are uuthonzid to aunosnce
A. E. MULLINS
aaa candidate for jailer, of Chrit
Cfan county, subject to the action of
the Dtmucralic party, in the fficml
primary election Aujust 2, 19J3.
We -are authorized to announce
IRA D. SMITH
m a candidate for County Attorney
for Christian county, subject to the
action of the Democratic voters at
fee primary election, August 2, 1913.
We are hereby nuthoriz;d to an
E. C. MAJOR
who is now in tho employ of Forbes
M(g Co., .as a candidate fur t her iff
of Christian county, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary
clectijn August 2. 1913.
we are autnoriz a to ur.r.ounce
R. T. STOWE
'"lEoaiity thKt Ticrk, cs a candidate
lor renominattoc, eubjecc to trie ac
tion of the Democratic party in th
primary election tf August 2, j913
We are authorized to announce
JEWELL W. SMITH
. as a caimidtte for Sheriff of Chris
iiun County, iul ject to ihettcii-jii o
wthe Dunocrut.c party in the itficiu
-imair.v AuRU'bt2, 1913.
We are authorized to nnnout.c
HUGH C. .VicGEnEE
of Gracty , as a candidate fur Conn.
Court Clerk, cut j ci to itie builun u,
he Republican puny in the cliiC'a
primary August 2. 1913.
We aru uuthunzid to sm.uuwce
f. S W1NFREE
os a cai d.dute for rt-eUctiuti to in
office of Constable in District N j 2,
fiubject to the action of the Deim.--cratic
voters in the primary eiecjot.
Aug. 2, 1913
We are authorized to annoui.ee
DR. J. A. SOUTH ALL
as a candidate for Councilman in lh.
Third Ward, buljtci to me Dtiiiu
rat,c primary August 2, 1913
We ure author.zsd to an.ioui.c
JOHN C. DUl'i'Y
ss a candidate for the Dttmocratn
nominution fur State Senator in ih
Sixth Senatorial district, compooto
of Christian and ilopkuid counties,
subject to the uction of ihe pnm.it
to beheld august 2. 1913
We are authorized to announce
R. M. WOOLDhlDGE
A9 a candidate for City Councilmun
in the Sixth ward, subject to the ac
tlon of the Democratic primary Aug
ust 2, 1913.
We aro authorized to announce
TANDY D. McGEE
as a candidate for City Councilman
in the Sixth ward, subject to the ac
tion of the .Democratic primary Au
gust 2, 1913.
Wu are authorised to announce
LUCIAN J. HARRIS
as a Democratic candiduto for CouM y
Court Clerk, tubj-sct to tho action of
the primary August 2, 1913.
Wa are authorized tn announce
m a Democratic c-indidatu for Coun
ty Assessor, subj ct to the JCtion of
ike primary election August, 1913.
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tion for Sheriff of Cnnsti n county,
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can primary August 2, 1913.
We are authorized tn announce
HENRY H. WEST
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'ch.i-1 in Christian c mnty, so' j-c
th Dmocru:ic primary. Augim
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Y JANE OMORN.
It waa a day ot rprlcs ,frotn thfl
beginning. Susan Ma was r aonlor
at drayton collego, alid though that la
Btltutlon was only two hours from Su.
son's home In tho suburbs of tho large
.city, weak onds away from college
woro out of tho ordinary run ot
events. Susan was planning on thla
particular Saturday morning a day of
great achlovomont Sho was solng to
do somo much neglocted studying, to
do a month's mending, to 'upend an
hour or so at hockey, wrlto letters.
mako Borao fudge havo nn afternoon
tea party In her room for somo fresh
mon nnd go on a long walk with a fa.
ivorlto Instructor. ,
It was at breakfast that her plans
received tliolr first disturbance She
was summoned to answer a long dla-
tanco tolophono call. A man's voice
spoke as she took the receiver In her
hand a fact that was disquieting
enough nt Grayton whoro ono is sur
rounded ontirely by feminine "voices
What is more, It was tho voice of that
friondly young John Freeman whom
Susan had mot only a month tago at a
classmato's house party. Ho had
found excuses, flimsy pretexts to
wrlto to her on several occasions, and
had asked tho privilege of coming to
soo ner at her homo In her uoxt vaca
Susan," ho asked, UBing her first
name for tho first time." can't von mnn.
age to got oft for a week end? I know
it is awfully abrupt, but it is a little
v .luub o. ji. ijj JUSl
the same crowd that vn httA.nt ihn
other houso party and we must havo
you. Aunt lives in the city and I am
at her house half tho time, you know."
Susan hesitated, then she accepted.
Sho was to come to the city after
lunch, and John was to meet her at
the station. But before Susan had
finished her breakfast another long
distance call came. This call was
from ber mother.
"Susan, you must come homo today.
Bridget has left and grandfather, has
got the gout again. It Isn't that we
need you, but you must come to the
city and get a cook at tho employ
Susan protested, but In vain. After
all, sho thought resignedly, as she
listened to her mother's entreaties.
why should she go to John Freeman's
aunt's houso party? It was foolish of
her to care especially about John
when he probably know a dozen other
girls whom he liked quite as well as
ho did Susan. No, she would not go.
"Yes, mother," she said. "I can
manage to get the took, and as long
as I am near home I will come tho
rest of tho way. Of courso. I would
have to bring her out with me."
Accordinging Susan dispatched a tel
egram to John, saying that she could
nut come, quickly dressed without fin
ishing breakfast and sped to tho sta
lon. In an hour sho was at the em
ployment agency, where sho was
greeted with the news that Bridget
had decided to stay; that Susan's
nothur had just telephoned from tho
country to tell the agent to tell Su
san. Susan wa3 irritated. She waB
not dressed for the house party, in
(act Bhe had dressed in such a hurry
that she was especially dissatisfied
with her appearance. Sho was look
ing really dejected when 3he was sud
denly surprised by the overbearing
presence of a much befurred middle
aged woman at her side.
"Can you wait on table?" she asked
In .-, cold, haughty tone.
Susan looked up ready to laugh.
"Will you come for twenty a
mouth?" asked the woman hastily.
"No, mum." said Susan.
"Tvcnty-flvo then?" said the em
ployer. "No, mum, I take thirty-five or noth
ing," said Susan, thinking she had
numed a prohibitive wage.
"Very well," replied the woman. "It
. exorbitant, but I simply must have
some one. Have you your uniforms
with you? Can you como right away?
I am in a desperate hurry."
"That I hav not," said Susan, turn,
tag on her hl.
"We can stop at a shop and buy
itaem." raid the omployor. "You are a
pretty average shape." She turned
'man around with n strong hand on
the slight shoulder. "Yob, thnt will be
11 right Come on, I am in n very
great hurry. I won't stop to see tho
agent about taking you. I can attend,
i that on Monday. Come on, I say."'
fluean wsb roady to laugh. "I guess
I won't be coming," she said.
"But you must," insisted tho woman
with aa emphatic tap ot tho foot.
"Naw be a nice girl. Seo. I am In a
draadful fix. Company coming and
my dtber girl left last night Thuro Ib
i eeok and a man besides so you won't
have to kill yourself."
In tho mlnuto ns Susan stood look
lug at tho woman It cashed across her
aind that this was a fine opportunity
o do soma soolological resaurch on
her own hook. "If you will glvo me a
chanoo to send a telegram to my peo
ple," she said, and lator she sent word
to ber mother that as long as sho was
sot needed to bring home the now
cook, sho waa staying In town to study
conditions nnd would toll her about it
The blaok dross and apron and cap
heught at the shop Uttod perfectly and
a few Mlsutes after Susan had reach
ed the house had transferred herself
U4o a modr'l waitress. She answered
tho dcor among othor things, and a$
the first call tn that direction she
open! to a well tatit, wn orraatel
young man who brushed by ner rata
or hastily and didn't notice. But 8u
nan did. It was John mew and
in a minute wore Susan realised that
her employer was his ant who was
giving the houso party wttteh she had
declined and for tho sake of which sho
had been employed In such hate. She
thought for r mlnuto, nnd thon camo
to tho cook.
"I am going to leave," Bho said. "I
wish you would tell tho madam."
In a mlnuto tho "mndam" was In tho
kitchen in a combination of rago nnd
petition, but 8usan was firm. Thon tho
"madam" went Upstairs and told her
troubles to hor good looking nephow.
"I can llx her up all right," ho said,
trying to brush naldo his aunt's nnxlo
tlos in a word. "Seemed fiko a bright
faced trim llttlo porson. at tho door,
though I didn't really look h'fi.vfcr"
and With that ho des6onded two slops
at a tlrao to tho kltchon. Ho was de-
prmined to keep tho now maid and
ho would bog hor out of pity, or ho
would bribo hor to stay. Of courso
the houso party was ?,,nJiuro now that
Susan had decided not to como, but
lor his aunt's Bake ho would do all
that ho could.
"Whore is tho new maid, Maggie?"
he asked with easy friendliness of tho
old Irish cook. But for somo reason
the now maid had fled up tho back
stairs at the sound of his voice. He
followed her two stops at a time.
"Wait a minute," ho bogged as Bho
shot ahead of him. "Won't you lis
ten?" Sho was in tho hall qf tho sorv
ants' quartors before ho caught her.
Thon sho turned hor back on him and
covered hor faco with her hands.
"Is Maggie moan to you?" he asked,
thinking that tho girl was crying.
Thon an he drew a crisp dollar bill
from his pocket, "Thoro, there, don't
mind her. Tako this and forgot it.
Mnggio is all right when you know
Susan tried to escape Into hor room,
but ho barred the way and with two
strong hands ho pulled her hands from
her face and lifted that face to his
"What can I do?" Susan said, look
ing appeallngly at him. "Your aunt
mistook me for a maid and I thought
It was so Impertinent of her that I pre-
.ended I was Just to pay her back.
Then she made me como and I came.
I never saw such a compelling woman
In my llfo. Of courso, I .didn't know.
I would love to bluff It through only
I am afraid when she found out Bhe
vould think I was dreadful. AH I can
do Is to get away. Please help mo."
It took several minutes to explain.
and finally at John's suggestion Su-
ion ueciuea to stay, ana every one
vas to bo let Into tho joko and every
jno was to help take the place of the
The house party was a great success
and John's aunt was quite willing to
aush over her own mistake.
"She is a mighty sweet little girl."
said tho aunt to her nephew Monday
morning after the guests had all de
parted, "though I don't think much of
her notions of studying sociology.
John, why -will such pretty young
womon do such blue-stockingish
things? If I hadn't, recognized at first
sight that sho was unusual I wouldn't
have agreed to pay her thirty-five dol
lars a month. That Is really exorbi
tant. Sho is tho sort of girl, John,"
went qn tho aunt, "that I should think
you would want to marry, but you mon
aro 60 hard to please."
"Of courso I want to marry her
aunt," said John, beaming. "That is
what I wanted to havo this party for,
so you could look her over and 1
could have a chance to ask her. I am
glad you approve. And as for soci
ology, I think she has done about all
the original research she will need
for tho career sho is going to follow."
(Copyright, 1913, by the McClure Nows
Spring of Rlolblllty.
A woman called polico headquarters
early one morning and Leonard Crane,
polico captain, answered tho tele
phone. "Is this the police station?" In
quired tho woman.
"Yes, ma'am," replied Captain
Crane. "What can I do for you?"
"I'd liko to speak to Superintendent
"The superintendent ia not here."
"That's funny," answered tho wom
an in an angry tone.
"I know it's funny,' replied Captain
Crane. "I've been Inughlng about it
nearly all night." Captain Crano
waited for an instant. Tho woman
hung up tho receiver. Indianapolis
A group of brokers woro talking
about the late James R. Kceno.
"Keeno," said ono, "had a cynical
humor. Ho was also mistrustful es
pecially mistrustful of his associates
"Koeuo once pointed out to me nn
action on tho part of a pool assoclato
that he doomed suspicious. I Bald
thore was nothing suspicious about It.
But Keone laughed and said:
" 'I'll tell you the kind of man I am
In thoso pool deals. I'm tho kind ot
man who, when ho finds a spoon In
tho hell after ho has given a dinner
" 'Aha, ono of my guests had a hole
In his pocket!"'
For tho Tennis Racket.
Rub vaselino over tho strings of
your tennis racket nnd you will find
that thoy havo not brokon In tho
Bpring as thoy so frequently do.
If a man shall do. a pleco of work.
Incomparably bettor than his fellows,
tho world will mako a patnway to his.
door, though he llvo In a forest Emerson.
SIWPLY WAST1MG Q000 JOKf
What Happens When Man With a
New On Marl WUhevt
Hunter Came Tgtthf.
Ono man met another man on Uw
street. This is constantly rwfen
ivg, of courso, And.yotjwtflL f the
people who tell you nncc(W' scorn
to think that is n bright and .wjginal
opening. TJicro must be sonlcthingt
to it, therefore wo experiment wtith
it in this .instance. Ono man met
another mnn on the street and tho
first man paid to the second man :
Hello, Jim! You're just tho
mnn I wanted to eco. J. nnvo a new
ono for you."
"A new wlintr' asked tho second
man of tho first man, suspiciously.
"A new conundruih. i
"There ain't any sufih tiling1. If
it's good it ain't now, and iff it's now
itnint " !
"Cut it. Now listen: What's tho
difference botweon a noot and. a'
"Aw, that's easy. A poet never
has any money, Mid a "
"lou're 'way off. Anybody knows
that difference. Now, listen, here's
the answer: A poot pipos a lay and
a plumbor laj's a " .
"My plumber don't. Ho"
"Aw, what's tho uso telling a good
joke to n mnn without a sense of
humor?" Cleveland Plain Dealer.
SMILE CARRIES ITS WEtCOPrtE
Cultivate the Habit and Become n Joy
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Learn how to smile. Very few
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consist in a broadening of the mouth
and the deepening of the furrows
about it; absent-minded, smiles,
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the smilcr knows that 'ou are talk
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what, you are saying. Then there
are the cynical smile, the sarcastic
smile, the critical pmile. the ill-na
turcci emiie all 01 these nearer
sneezes than smiles. There is also
the tired, patient smile. But before
yoivr face can smile you must learn
to be happy even if you have noth
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you will become a joy to all who
know you. Exchange.
DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.
Mr. Llo3d Gjeorge, after reading
the fine array 'of epithets showered
on him at tho meeting of protest or
gunized by the doctors at the Queen's
hall, might find consolation in a pas
sage of ono Paul Louis Courier's
pamphlets. "I shou,ld like to reply
it M . -v m m
to tnis proiessor, out I tear he is
angry with me. He calls me a Jaco
bin, a revolutionary, a plagiarist, a
thief, a poisoner, a forger, a pestifer
ous person, a madman, an impostor,
a slanderer, n Bcarccrow, a man of
corruption, a buffoon, and a raker in
dustheaps. That is nil, so far as I
remember. I follow his meaning.
He has discovered that he and I hold
contrary opinions, and this is his
way of tolling me eo." London
SHE CERTAINLY COULD.
"If there's any joke I hate," said
tho nice lady, "it's that old one that
you joke writers arc constantly dig
ging up about a woman not being
able to hammer a nail."
"Can you hammer a nail?" wc
camo buck, gently.
"I sure can !"
"Let's get a hnmmer nnd nail and
"That's not necessary it's al
ready proved. Dp you see this blue
thumb nail of mine
"We presume that the, postmistress
who used to read tho postal cards is
now sniffing the hutter that passes
through tho parcul post.
"Thoro is inuoh wnrmth in that
"Than ifc must come from tho reg
ister in liar voipo."
"Diioijiliiuk in th navy is very
They evqn.doclc tho
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