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PAUL V. MOOHH.
COirOR AMD fUBLIOHH J. C. F AWCETT QCIATE EDITOR AMD BUSINESS MNtR Mtmbtrot Kentucky Press Association and Second District Publishers League Branch Office in Btn Slalon's Office, Next Door to Postoffice, Madison villt, Kentucky, Phone No. 24-2 Rings-MISS AILELN DAVIS, Mgr. Telephone 47 ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY JUDGE Wo are authorized to announce R. B. Bradley as a candidate (or re election as County Judge, subject to tlio action Democratic primary. Wo aro authorized to announce William T. Mills as a candidate for County Judge, subject to the action ot tbe Democratic party. We are authorized to announce E. D Morrow as a candidate for Coun ty JudRo of Hopkins couuty, subject to the octlon of the Democratic pri mary. JAILOIt We aro authorized to anuounce A. C. Byrum as a cauidate for Jailor for Hopkins countv subject to ac tion of the Democrat Party. We are Authorized to announce Ural Hardwick as a candidate for tlio ofllce of Jailor of Hopkins County subject to the action of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce) the name ot Jack Howoll for the ofllce of Jailer for tbe ofllce of Jailer of Hopkinscounty, subject to the action of the democratic primary, Sat nrday August 2nd 1913. We are authorized to announce T H. Bisk (Totnps) a candldato for jailer, subject to the action of the democratic primary, August 2nd We are authorized to announce L D. H. Bodgersfor the office of Jailer of Hopkins County, subject to tbe democratic primary, August 2, 1913 SHERIFF We are authorized tf announce WHUs Budd as a candidate for Sheriff of Hopkins county, subject of tbe action of the Democratic .party we are authorized to announce J. J. Crowder as a candidate for Sheriff of Hopkins County, subject to tbe action of the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to announce C S. (Dick) Williams as a candidate for Sheriff, subject to tbe action of tbe Democratic party. We are authorized to announce om Logan as a candidate for Sher- T of Hopkius County, subject to tbo action of the Democratic Pri mary. We are authorized to announce H. H. Grady, of Madisonvllle, Ky, ns a caudidate for Sheriff, subject to tbe action of the Democratic Pri mary. We are authorized to announce J, E. Hicklln as a candidate for Sheriff of Hopkins county, subject to the action ot the Democratic prl mary. We are authorized to announce Proctor Ashby as a candidate for trie ofllce of Sheriff ot Hopkins -county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce W. H. Parrish as a candidate for Sheriff ot Hopkins county, sublect to tbe action of the Democratic .primary. We are Authorized to Announce W. H. O'Bryan as a candidate for tbe office of Sheriff of Hopkins county subject to the action of tbe Democratic Primary. COUNTV COURT CLERK We aro authorized to anuouuce X E. Arnold as a candidate for Couuty Court Clerk, of Hopkius county, 6iibJoct to the action of the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to announce Frank Brown aa a candidate for County Court dork subject to the action of tlio Democratic Primary We are authorized to autiumico 9.T. OATES, of the Curtail, as a candldato foi county court clerk, subject to the action of the demo. ratia primary. Wo aro authorized to auuouuco John O. Salmon ' as a caudidate for the office of County Court ClerK of Hopkins Couuty, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, We are authorized to anuounce "the uarae ol Sam P. Laugley, as a candidate for the ofllce ot Couuty Court Cleik subject to the action of tbe democratic primary, Saturday August 2nd 1013. Advertising Rates Ulsplay Advertisements, slnirln Imii 16e per moll Ionl nnrt I mid t) Panes, Headers 10c pr llti Hi-ii(hUlin and Card of Thank Rc rr line Obitimrv Poetry 5c iwr line SHtiht reduction on tim contract display advcmst uniite. Aloo local that run several months without i- r Entered at the RnrlliiKton Poet Ollloe ns Second Class Matter. Friday, April iS, 1913 We are authorized to announce th name of Fred Hoffman as a candid ate for the office of County Cour Clerk, subject to the action of th democratic primary, August 2nd 1913. We are authorized to aunounc the name of Ed L. Young for th ofllce of county attorney, subject to tbe action of the Democratic party Augusts, 1913. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to anuouncx Cass L. Walker aB a candidate fo School Superintendent, sublect t the actlou of the Democratic prl mary. We are authorized to announce I. R. Ray as a caudidate for School Superintendent tor Hopkins County ubject to tbe actlou of the Demo jratlc party. LEGISLATURE We are authorized to anuounce ROY S. WILSON as a candidate for ho Legislature from Hopkins coun -y, subject to the Democratic pri nary August, 1913. COUNTY ATTORNEY we are authorized to announce O. W. Sypert as a caudidate for re leotlon as comity Attorney subject :o the actlou of the Democratic Primary. ASSESSOB We are authorized to announce Rev. W. N. Clark for the ofllce of Assessor of HopklnsCounty.subJ -ct to tbe action of tbe Democratic prl mary. MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce James A. Parker for tbe office of Magistrate of tbe second district subject to tbe action of the Demo cratic primary August 2nd 1913. We are authorized to announce Esquire James Priest, of this city for reelection for the office of Magls trate of the Second District primary to be held Saturday August 2nd. FOR CITY JUDGE We are authorized to announce A J. Bennett as a candidate for Police Judge of the city of Earliugtoo, Ky, Subject to the action of thd Demo cratic primary. St. Charles Talk we naa nopud to be quiet for a while and not have to bunt up coupons for contestants. While it is not at all disagreeable, y6t wa hate tbe agitation and anxiety, but as there is a St. Charles girl in the fight, let's stay with her and see that she wins, so save your coupons for Bessie Cook, she will appreciate tbem. Miss Verna Galloway has return ed home after spending a few days with her sisters, Mrs. Cowand at Earlington and Mrs. Plain at Madi sonvllle. A Barbed Wire Cut, Collar or saddle Gall not properly healed leaves a Uisllfiuring ocar. Ballard's SNOW LINIIVIEHT I the night Itemed? for All Abroalona ot the Fleah. : t-t ..it n wound is rlennftftii nnrl . -i n thn heallm? nrocesx l.pfrinu nr iinimeni applied tnco and the wound heals from the lnsldo outwardly,- thus per forming a perfect -euro that leaves no scar. If tho wound heals on tho outsldo too quick ly, pus forms under tho sur f.ico and breaks out into a run ning soro that Is hard to euro ar.d inovltably leaves a bad Hcer. owners, ef blooded stock pre fer t!.is liniment to all otfiera for t!: it reason, and they uso It not onlv on line animals, but on human .flesh, as It does its work quickly and thoroughly. Price 23c, COo end 91.03. JarntsF.Oallard.Prop. St.Louls.Mo. Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing ointment for Sore gotoAwoHrcoMHtNotfliay St. Bernard Mining Co., Incorporated, Drug Department, Special Agents W. J. Kan 1 1, npf lit IhH TupacIr a tul Wednesday lu Paducah vlnv Iuk the liluli waters. Mr. ami Mrs. Uraddy Hampton, of thn Bf'tintr.v write In town Saturday shopping. Our bin fat nnlal K 1 Konneft wlin In it c iidfll? for Jiillcr, spoilt Sfv-ai .( in the" stick" last wfi-1' IcmM'ijr for hi (MikIIiIncv Liweon AluiMr", went to Knl nigion Friday, Mro. 11. M. Ptclir, of L'-ulsvllI was horc Saturday reprpsniliig the Carter Dry U"oJs Ci'inpunv. i; all tlieoe fallows that are now starting In to ralso ntpeons do as well as they talk of doing, frying chickens will not be worth three cents each In Hopkins county. Miss , reltla Sawyer, who was our assistant teacher in the Public school ib still with us, notbolngablo to return to her home In Ohio bo cause of the flood. Tbe Ladles Aid Society wlllglvo a candy pulling at the Hall Wednes day uight, thoy are expecting to have a "sweet" time. NorrlsR. King and Jell L. Sink have been overhauling tholr machines and they are now in "ship-shape" ana only waiting now for the water to uet out of the "chug' holes In tho road. W. H. Ashmore, of tho Buffalo country was lu town Saturday. J. V. McEueu, made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mr. Ola Robinson, of Earlington spent Saturday and Sunday at home with her parents. Mrs. Byron Woodruff, of Cadiz was hre last week a teudluir the bedside of her father "Uncle Henry Lalfooti who Is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. M T. Crauor, were in Madiouv:lle shopping Friday. HOW TO RESIST Chronic Coughs and Colds? Strong, rigorous men and women hardly over catch cold; it's only when the system Is rim down and vitality low that colds and coughs get a foot hold. Now Isn't It reasonable that the right way to cure a cough is to build up your strength again? Mrs. Olivia Parham, of East Dur ham. N. C. Bays: "I took VInol for a chronic cough which had lasted two years, ana tho cough, not oniy disap peared, but it built up my. strength as well." The reason Vlnol la so efficacious In such cases Is because It contains In a delicious concentrated form all the medicinal curatlvo elements of cod liver oil. with tonic, blood-building Iron added. Chronic coughs and colds yield to Vlnol because it builds up the woa ened, run-down system. You can get your money back any time If Vlnol docs not do all we St. Bernard Mining Co. Incorporated Drug Department Earlington, Ky. Walter White, our Telephone manager was In Dawson Saturday on business. Mrs. D. D. Woodruff, who has been quite 111 lor the past week is Improved. 'Rev. S. M. Balloy, filled his regu. lar appointment at the Methodist church Saturday night and Sunday, Mr. Lou M. Davis and wife, who has been visiting in Oklahoma and Arkansas for the past few months are now at home. Mr. Davis says that he Is thinking very strong of returning there to make his home. Mr. W. R. Raymer, who has been quite 111 for the past few weeks is able to be out again. "Uncle" Jack Penders, who Is one of our oldest residents and possibly one of the oldest men lu the country is very low, and alone lu his cabin on the hill. Let's don't forget 'Uncle" Jack and see thst he does not lack for attention in these, his last days. Be sure to save your coupons for Bessie Conk. Mrs Clay Woodruff, and Miss Dixlo Woodruff, spent Thursday In Dawsuu. The cltv council should pass an rdluauco voting the iloi; tax, as It wi uld be a sourcn of revenue and would put several dollars lu the ity treasurer, as wo fenl euro there are more dogs In St. diaries than here are pigs in Dublin. trurie marks And copjrrltclitj obuiuej or iw too. Bend tnudL ktt( htm or tiliutui ami do ncrij'tion for FREE SEARCH tuul rvpoit on 4tenUUlltya Utnl: rxfurvocca. PATENTS DUILD FORTUNES for you. Our f re boobleU tell bow, what to lurcnt ana mvo you money, wn w loaty n cuict p, on VI U If II I Xf UUtfvl PATENT LAWYERS. II 1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. Cl Special Demonstration Celebrated La Victorie s Begining Tuesday 15th. Continuing Until 29th. We Cordially Invite THE McLEOD STORE, MADISOWILLE, COLORED COLUMN. RKV. J. B. EVANS, EDITOR Mesdames Carry McNIchols and Sarnh Clemmons aro both on the sick list. Mrs. J. D. Haywood Is also very sick. Don't let us noglect to visit these sick people. There will be entertainments and moving picture shows at the rink the lCth-lSth.by the dilferent clubs of the Mt. Zion Baptist church- The tOth Cavalry, Wm. Kllllbrew, Captrln, will have a sermon preach ed by Rev. B. P. Wblteslde next Sunday at 2:30 p. m, at tbe Mt. Zlon Baptist church and the K. of P's 111 dedicate tbe stone in the pilaster of Mt Zlon Baptist church which bears their name. Rev. Washington, pastor ot the Holiness church of Madisonvllle will preach at the A. M. E. Z. church Thursday night April 17th. All are cordially invited. On Wednesday aud Thursday nights, April 23rd and 24th the Edu cation Club, "The Buds of Promise' will give an entertainment at the rink. The first tiijht you will be entertained with a musical aud literary program. Ou tho second night there will bn a band concert moving pictures and muslo by tbe Junior choir of th church. Come one and all and enjoy a social hour with U'. Mrs. E, B. Osbornu, Pre. Miss Bethel DiiviH, Ass't. Pres Four uood reels at the Princess movie weniiesaay niiriu all ror a dime WOMAN'S ILLS DISAPPEARED Like Magicafter taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. North Bangor, N. Y. "As I have used Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetablo Compound with great benefit I feel it my duty to writo and tell you about it. I was ailing from fe male weakness and had headacho and backache nearly all the time. I was later every month than I should have bo en nnd so sick that I had to go to bed. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound has mado mo well and these trou bles havo disappeared like magic. I havo recommended tho Compound to many women who have used It success fully." Mrs. James J. Stacy. R.F.D. No. 3, North Bangor, N. Y. Another Mado "Well. Ann Arbor, Mich." Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetablo Compound has done wondors for mo. For years I suffered terribly with hemorrhages and had pains so Intenso that sometimes I would , faint away. I had female weakness ' so bad that I had to doctor all tho tlmo I and nover found reliof until I took . your remedies to pleaso my husband. to all sufferers as I think it Is a blessing I nll f n, t r, iir.,....n .... 112 S. Ashley St, Ann Arbor, Mich. There need be no doubt about the ability of this grand old remedy, made from the roots and herbs of our fields, to remedy woman'a diseases. Wo possess volumes of proof of this fact, enough to convince the moat ekenticaL Wby don't you try M if April April You to be With us During this Demonstration. TEN DAYS KYANIZE Is a Wonderful Product It makes old wood work look new, and is a money saver for every family. It is made in clear and seven popular colors; dries hard with durable glossy finish, can be easily cleaned, and is very sanitary. A Kyanize was especially made to stand hard usage, on floors, and stair-cases, but it is the best finish ever made for all inter ior wood work chairs book cases, desks, bedsteads, and all kinds of furniture. 4 You can use it yourself with wonderful results. This is the reason we are making this frco offer, so you will try Kyanize and when you see just what it will do, you will be n regular customer. How to Get Full 15 Cent Can Free A Just cut off the cirtificate below and present it at our store, together with io cents for a good to cent brush for applying the Kyanize, and we will furnish you free of charge a full quarter-pint can (any color), enough to do two ordinary chairs. 4 After using the Kyanize, if you are not pleased with the re sults, bring back the empty can and we will return you the io cent you paid tor the brush. A Cut off this certificate and use it now. This offer is only good for ten days. JJij$This Cirtificate Good for a Full iSc ih Can KYANIZE FINISH, (any color) One full 1-4 pint can Kvauire Finish any color for 2 chairs), regular price One 1 1-2 Inch Kvaulze Brush for applying same pneo . Total 25C This Coupon acceptea lu connection with tho above trial ir otfer for ; w.... I3C t' i i Balance Cash JOC This cirtificate is only goqd'prqvlded'luo is paid for (regular 10c quality) brush. - . r TAKE THIS CERTIFICATE TO St. Bernard Mining Incorporated DRUG DEPARTMENT F.qvl,W. 15-Cf 3""q BTJ' ".Iff 1 Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11-44 CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, JSSTo0, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry ,1 l l'1 0,,io?- , ."Rm P et.Heiiw ! 1-44 dropwj down ih. Lilld . slciau tliKlcn lufc K worm ad .cl.ee, Hi. chick IntUiiiIr. I li l lU b,l pf nm, 1 hive ncl u Jj " Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. IUM. Cramc. Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at al I Druggists. COLD or St. Bernard Mining Co., Incorporated, Gr The Farmers Na tional is a clean, sound, strong bank, following conservative methods. Of The Corsets By Madame Steele An Expert CoYsetiere. INCORPORATED KENTUCKY. FEEE OFFER (.e.no.l,.K".l5c (0. T" rt -I 1 -,.. . Roud, Canker., rocery Uepartmcnt Quite a number of miles of road work was let in the meeting of tho FJbcal court In Madisonvllle last week. If thoy keep up the ood work If w on't be lonu; bt-fore Hop. kins county will have some a o..d roads as other counties lu theWes' eru part of the state. SB