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PAGE TWO THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS JAN. 151913.
TO THE DEMOCRATS
Of the 5 Marion Precincts
VOU WILL SOON BE CALLED UPON TO NAME
IN A STRAIGHT WAY VOUR CHOICE FOR POSTMASTER
OF THIS CITV.
I ASK OUR SUPPORT. YOUR VOTES AND
YOUR GOOD WILL. I HAVE GROWN UP AMONG YOU,
SHARED YOUR JOYS AND YOUR SORROWS. I WOULD
LIKE THIS POSITION AS POSTMASTER AND I DOUBLY
ASSURE YOU THATIF I RECEIVE THE APPOINTMENT
YOU WILL HAVE GOOD SERVICE, AND A MODEL
POSTOFFICE.
YOUR FRIEND.
JOHN W. WILSON.
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CHANGES IN
PRIMARY LAW
Candidates Are Now
To File Nomination
Papers And
Petitions.
Petitions Cannot Gb Circulated
More Than Ninety Days
Before Flection.
The new prinian election law
precinct where registration is
by tlK' last
made many change- in the old
manner of nominating candidate
for office. Candidates fur cunnty
and city office th nld study the
law carefully in order to acquaint
themselves with its provision,
because c.rtain things inu.st be
tMorc a candidate's name
can legally go on the ballot ;t the
Augut primary election.
Hereafter all devices will be
(eliminated. Only the names of
the candidate. will appear on the
ballot, and if there are voters who
are unable to read they will have a
hr.rd tim. finding their choice on
the ballot. With the us., of devices
voteis who could not read
found little trouble in locating
their favorites, but this has been
changed by the new election law
and instead of a ballot rcs.mbling
a circus poster, it will contain
nothing but printed matter with
the naires of candidates in the
proper order.
One thing candidates should not
overlook i. preparing their nominating
petitions and having the
required number of legal voter
Mgnature. A failure in this will
keep their names off the ballot.
Candidates for county and city
offices must file nominating petitions
bearing the signatures of
not lcs than 3 per cent, and not
more than 10 p.r cent, of the legal
voters of the total vote of the party
at the last election tor president.
At the November election
tlicre was cast a total of 2265
democratic vot.s for Woodrow
Wilson. Three per cent, of this
vote is a fraction over 67 votes.
Ten per cent, is a f taction over 226
voles. To be safe candidate,
should secure about 5 per cent, of
t .e total vole, m .ttner words
about 115 legal voters signatures.
It will be just as fatal "to a candidate
to secure more than 10 per
cent, than less than 3 per cent.
This limit of signature was probably
incorporated in the law to
prevent candidate from going out
early and securing a majority of
.signatures, which would prevent
other candidates from getting up
a nominating petition.
Candidates must bear in mind
that nominating papers and petitions
must be filed with the county
clerk thirty days before the election
and nominating petitions for
signatures must not be circulated
earlier than 60 days before the
date of filing, which is 90 days before
the election. The election
PILES
will be held on Saturday, August
2, 1913. According to the provisions
of the law petitions must
not b? circulated for signatures
before next May. and June. If
they are candidates will be barred
from entering the primary.
Aside from the filing of nominating
papers giving the postoflicc
address, str et number or rural
route, age, legal qualification
necessary to hold office sought
and that they will, if nominated,
accept the nomination and will
not withdraw, and if elected will
qualify as such officer. This paper
must be filed thirty days before
the election, same as the
nomination petition bearing the
ignatures of legal voters.
The provisions of the eLction
jw governing the planner of
i initiating candidates for county
and city offices follows:
Section 6 Nominating Paper
Any qualified elector who life
.ns petition and the nominating
petition of electors as lureinaftei
piovided, and i a member of a
i political party subject to the
iions of this act, shall hae hi
name printed on the official
i nating ballot of his party a n
candidate for nomination tor am
office at any primary election held
under the provision of thi act
Said paition shall state the name
age, postoffice address, political
affiliations and all other lega'
qualifications of the candidates.
Kach signer of a nomination
paper shall sign but one such paper
for the same office. Each
igner of a nomination paper shall
declare that h. intends to support
the candidate named thcicin. He
shall add his residence and street
number, if any, and the date of
igning. Xo nominating petition
shall be circulated prior to 60 da s
before the date by which such paper
is required to be filed, and n
signature shall be counted unless
it ha been affixed to such nomina
tion paper and b.tirs the date
within 60 days prior to the time of
filing.
For all nominations as mam
heets as necesary may be used
for each precinct, but for ottice?
to be filled whollv bv the voters of
one count v or part thereof, all
signers of each separate sheet shall
reside m the same precinct and
all sheets containing signature
from one pr.cinct shall be placed
together before filing the nomi
nating paper.
No person who is not a quali
fied voter, and a member of a par
ty making its nominations under
the provisions of this act, and whe
lis not registered, if he lives in a
quired, shall be qualified to join in
signing any nominating petition ;
and no person shall sign any
nc initiating petition of any candidate
in any political party othei
than that of which such signer is
a member and with which he is
registered, if he resides in a precinct
where registration is required.
Section 7. Time and Place of
Filing For all offices to be voted
for by the electors of one county
oi of a city, district or subdivision
thcr.in, except members of congress,
said nomination papers
shall he filed with the county
clerk of such county at least thirty
days prior to the holding of the
primary election.
Section 8. Number of Signatures
For offices to be oted for
by the el dors of one county or a
portion thereof, said nomination
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of th Bsotum CIKB under a positive COAURTEE.
YOU PAY H0THIM6 UNTIL CUBED. aMDVSDeni8Bn.Vo0l,
the parties whie names I publish lathis ulrertlssmsat, the; lire in jour, or
adjoining- Csunty. I cure TIUI and cab CUE TIB.
Marlon Stephenson, Newbern. Jacob Stork, Belleville.
W. T. Aydelott, Greenfield. Louis Alt, St. Louis.
Wm. H. Sturoes, St. Louis, Mo. H. Rubelman, St. Louis.
SEND FOR MY 172 PA6E FREE BOOK &mV.i&
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paper shall be signed by at least
6 per cent, and by not more than
1 per 'ent. of the t tal vcte of the
1 arty c f the candidates in the cit .
county or district, in which he
seeks to be elected.
I Section 9. Basis of Percentage
The basis of percentage in estimating
the number of signatures
requir d upon nominating papers
shall be the highest vote of any
candidate of the party for elector
at the Iae,t electii n for president.
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TO LtSSEN DIVORCES
New Rule Foi Catholic Marriages
Issued From the Pope.
A new rule as to marriage becomes
effective in the Catholic
church to-day. It applies when
only one of the parties to the
marriage is not a Catholic in
which the non-Catholic is to receive
instruction for one iron h
before the marriage can tal e
place. This is done for the purpose
of i educing the number of
divorces, the chuich holding that
disagreements mayaiise which
may result in an estrangement
pnding in dhorce, because the
non-Catholic entered the marriage
contract without having a
proper conception of the duties
of the Catholic.
This rule was issued by the
pope, and has been read in all
the Catholic churches, as is
known in all the civilized world
the Catholic church does not
grant divorces except lor one
cause.
Exchange.
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cold. Why waste time and money; ex
perimenting when you can get a prep
aration that has won a
reputation by its cures of this disease
and can always be depended upon?
is known everywhere as Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of
real merit. For sale by all dealers.
Girl Treed By A Bear.
(Grand Rapids Correspondence
Minneapolis Journal.)
Word has been received here
that Miss Laura Drurhb, of Grand
Rapids, had a narrow escape from
death In Angeles. Wash. She
recently accepted a position in
the Angeles city schools, and taking
advantage of a day's vacation,
went hunting. She had
bagged twenty squirrels and
several grouse and was about to
fire her last cartridge when she
saw a bear and had just time to
climb a tree.
There she remained five hours,
the bear refusing to leave the
foot of the tree. Because of her
long absence, Frank Drumb, her
uncje, started a search. He had
his camera, and upon arriving at
the scene preserved his presence
of mind sufficiently to snap a picture
despite her protests before
taking her from her perilous
position.
When you want a reliable medicine
for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's
Couprh Remedy. It can always be depended
upon and is pleasant and safe
to take. For sale by all dealers. j
Herbert Rogers who spent the
holidays here with relatives and
friends left Thursday for his
home in southern Indiana.
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So he buckled right in, with the
trace of a grin
On his face-. If he worried, he
hid it.
lie started to sing as he tackled
the thing
That couldn't be done, and he
did it.
Somebody scoffed : "Oh, you'll
never do that;
At least, no one ever has done
it."
But he took off his coat and he
took off his hat,
And the first thing we knew
he'd begun it;
With the lift of his chin, and a bit
of a grin,
Without any doubting or
lie started to sing as he tackled
the thing
That couldn't be done, and he
did it.
There are thousands to tell you
it cannot be done,
There are thousands to prophesy
failure ;
There are thousands to point out
to you, one by one,
The dangers that wait to assail
you;
But just buckle in with a bit of a
gnn,
Then take off your coat and go
toit;
Just start in to sing as you tackle
the thing
That "cannot be done," and
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CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO
TWINS FEEL ALL
THINGS T06LTHER.
One Operated on, Other Falls Sick
Even Noses Have To Be Wiped
at the Same Time.
Baltimore, Jan. 1. A remarkable
similarity of Clarence L;
Marsh and his twin sister, Clara,
Marsh, both of Frederick, Md.,
has been discovered as the result
ot an operation peformed upon
Clarance, at Maryland University
Hospital.
It now develops that though
hundreds of miles may separate
the twins any men al or physical
ailment that attacks one is immediately
felt by the other.
They are eighteen years old
and it now becomes public that
they have been experiencing
these sensations since they were
small children.
On Monday when Clarence was
put under ether so as to bear an
operation his twin sister became
ill in Frederick and suffered the
same fevr and nausea as her
brother on the operating table,
six.ty miles distant, experienced.
On Tuesday the young man rallied
and improved and at the
same time his sister felt much
better. Clarence is still in the
hospital in weak condition and
his sister in Frederick is unable
to go out of her home, saving she
reels better, although weak.
Some years ago when the twins
were young, both suffered an attack
of measels and also of
whooping cough on the same day
and nearly the same hour.
So many times has the unusual
coincidence happened that the
family in Fredtrick no longer
needs information to tell them
when the son is ill. If the sister
becomes ill at her home they are
certain to hear from the brother
that he has also been ill at the
same time.
"I even have to wipe my nose.
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the Nerves.
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when my twin sister has a cold
although at the time I have no
cold myself," said Clarence L.
Marsh at the University Hospital.
He said that when his sister
was happy he felt happy. When
sad or worried they feel the same-Speaking
of his sister's influx
ence over him and vice versa T
Marsh said;
"I never paid any particular
attention to the similarity in the
illness of my sister and. myself
until two years ago when I went
away to college.
"Three weeks ago my sister
had a hemorrhage, and although
I was in New Jersey, my nose
bled profusely until my sistec
had recovered.
"I had a boil on my face some
time agd and my sister got an
abrasion on her face at the same
time and felt the identical pain
that I endured."
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My entire herd of choice Jer
sey cattle, 30 head of milch cows,
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Cum. phone C2L'r; ft. F. D. No. J.
J94t Fredonia, Ky.
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