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THEIR DEEDS STILL LIVE Alvertising Rates Display Advertisements, simile Issue 16o per inoli Locals and Inside Pagos, Readers 10o per line Resolutions and Cards of Thanks Bo per 1 no Obituary Poetry 60 per line Slight roduotlons on time contract display advertise ments. Also looats that run several months without change PAUL Mi MOORB. CDirOR AND PUBLISHER J. B. PAWOHTT ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER Member et Kentucky Press Assecmtien and Entered at the Earllnttton Post Office as Second Class Matter. ! Stcend District Pabliskers League Branch OKce in Ben Slahn'sOfce, NextPfrtePestote rille, Kentucky, Phone No. 24-2 Ringt-MISS AILEEN DAVIS, Mgr. Telephone 47 It ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY JUDGE yb are authorized to announce R. R.lRrndtev as a caudldato for re- 1 ... T..,l,.n' milling UKUUWKWU " " " ml 1 'to the action Democratic primary. TV IllIllIII l B1IIIB II" liKUUIUH." County J udge, subject to the notion ot tho Democratic party. Wo aro authorize! to announce E. D Morrow as a candidate ior coun ty Judje of Hopkins county, subject ..Co tho.aotlon of the Democratic pri mary. JAILER '.'Wo aro authorlzod to announce 'A. 0. Byruni as a cunidaie for Jailer Cor. Hopkins county subject to ac tion ot tho Democrat Party. Wo are Authorized to aunonnco Ural Hard wick as a candidate for the office of Jailer of .Hqpkins rinmitv sublect to the action of tho "We are authorized to .announce tne name of Jack Howolt fof the office of Jailer for tlie offlce of Jailer of : Hopkluscounty,subjectto tho action of the democratic primary, Sat urday AuRUSt 2ud 1013. Ve are authorized to auuouuce T. t EC. Sisk (Tomps) a- candidate for i'-aller, subject to the nctiou of the (.democratic primary, Aufcust 2nd. f'f'.xtfe. are authorized to. aiinouuce Xi n FT. Rortt?nrs for the office of Jailer . 1 .l Annil:t t 1013 w " " t 1 m RT?RIFF ' We are authorized to announce VWJllls Rudd as a candidate lor -ShenfIof Hopkins oouhty, subject of 'the action of. the Democratic I . party wo are amnonzeu iu t auuuuuiio j, j. urowaer as a bbuuiubw m Snerill 01 UopKinB uouuiy, auuiuub " to the action of the Domocratio Primary. We are authorized to announce C. 8. (Dlok) WilliamB as a candidate lor Sheriff, subject to the aotion of Che Democratic party. We are authorized to announce om Logan as a candidate for Sher- vi -H of Hopkins Couuty. subject to tue aotion of the Democratic rrl aiary. We are authorized to announce H. H. Grady, of Madisonvllle, Ky., ns a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the aotion of the Democratic Prl - mary. We are authorized,, to announce J. E. Hlckliu as a candidate for Sheriff of HopklnB county, subject Co the action of the Democratic pri mary. We are authorized to auuouuce Proctor Ash by aa a caudldato for tho offlco of Sheriff of Hopkins county, subject to the aotion of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to auuouuoe W. H. Parrlsh as a -candidate for Sheriff of HopklnB county, subleot , to the aotion of the Democratic " primary. , We are Authorized to Anuouuce ' W. H. O'Bryan as a candidate for tbe office of Sheriff of Hopkins county subject to the aotion of the Democratic Primary, We are authorized to announce B. 13. Laffoou as a candidate for Sheriff of Hopklus county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary ; August 2nd 1918. COUNTY COURT GL15RK 'We are authorized to announce u. E. Arnold as a oaudidate for 3ounty Court Clerk, of Hopkins sounty, subject to the aotion of the Democratic Primary. "We are authorized to announce "Frank Brown as a candidate for 3oanty Court Clark subject to the action of tho Democratic Primary. We are authonzod to anuounoe 3. T. OATES, of the Curtail, as a candidate fni county court olerk, subject to the action of tho demo cratic primary. We are autnorlzad to announce rrhn G. Salmon as a candidate . tl.a riff Inn nf fliinritv Pnnrt Olortr m rr 1 1 ..... ...i.i.l 1 1. . Friday, May 3 , 1913 Wo are authorized to announu the name of Sam D. Langley, as a candidate for the offlce of County Court Oleik subject to the aotion of the democratic primary, Saturday August 2nd 1013. We are authorized to announce the name of Fred. Hoffman as-a candid ate ior the office of County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the democratic primary, August 2nd 1018. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We aro authorized to anuounci Cass L. Walker as a caudldato fo Sohool Superintendent, sublect i the action of the Denioqrutic , pi 1 inary. We are authorized to announce L. R. Ray as a candidate fur School Superintendent for Hopkins County -ubjeut to the aotion of the' Demo cratic party. We are authorised to announce. H . Whweler for Superinteudgi'it of ticiibol for Hopkins County 'subject 10 action, of Democratic Prlmarj;, August 2utl 1013. LEGISLATURE . Wo are authorized to announce tOY S. WILSON as a candidate for .he Legislature from Hopkins coun ty, subject to the Democratic pi I' mary August, 1913. We are authorizes to announce John G. B7 Hall as a Candidate for Letjlsliture of Hopkins Couuty. Subject to the aotion of the Demo cratic Plmary, August 2nd., 1913t COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to auuouuce G. W. Sypert as a candidate for re flndtton as county. Attorney subject to the action of the Dainnoratlc Primary. We are authorized to announc the name of Ed L. Youug far the office of county attorney, subject to tbe action of the Democratic-"party,- August 2, 1013. ASSESSOR We' are authorized to annouuee Rev. W. N. Clark for tho office' of Assessor of HopkinsCounty, subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary. MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce James A. Parker for the offlce of Magistrate, of the second district subject to the action ot the Demo cratic primary August 2nd 1013 Wb are authorized to announce Esquire James -Priest, of this city for reelection for the office of Magis trate of the Second Dlstrlctprlmary to be held Saturday August 2nd. FOR CITY JUDGE We aro authorized to announce A. J. Bennett as a candidate or Police Judge of the city of Earlington, Ky. Subject to the actlou of tho Demo cratic primary. Something New Vanity Fair Beautifver for L 'idles and Geutlomau. Vanity Fair Beautifyer is the best ckin food and beautifler ever Tcuowd. Use one bottle und becouvince'j. Makes au ugly, pumpy , skin smooth and pretty. Oost COcts per bottle. Use one bottle and be convioced. For 8 ale by Mrs. F. F. Ginnniuni Earlington, Ky. SOO-Year-Old Church. Tbe nine hundredth anniversary of the opening for sorvlce ot the Church of GreenBted, Essex, built of oak trees jplit in half fifty-four years before the Norman conquest, occurred recently. A special celebrationis proposed. London Mall. ' Asbastos. Asbestos Is a mineral of a Aba fibrous character,- tbe fibers being easily separated, elastic, flexible, and of a whltlsh-gray color. It Is com posed chiefly of silica, lime, magneBla, and oxyde of Iron. The ancients con verted it Into a kind ot cloth. In which they wrapped the bodies of their dead, while preparing them for the funeral pile: the cloth being Indestructible by Ore. enabled them to preserve the ashes. Asbestos Is found more abun dantly In Corsica than in any other locality. !ttBVftM20g,r&ftkY$t -.aSBBBB Monument erected on the Battlefield ot Gettysburg to, tho famous "Iron Hrlgade," known In tho records as the ifth Wisconsin volunteers, First brigade, First division, First corps. PENNSYLVANIA'S TRIBUTE v 1 M arrfh mini if 1 ill Alohuinent erected on. the batuetleld of Gettysburg to the Seventy-aecond Pennsylvania Infantry, which' occupied the Stone Wall and assisted In repul sing the Confederate forces at Bloody Angle. GEN. REYNOLDS' MONUMENT Monument erected to the tnotaory ot MaJ. Gen. John F. Reynolds, who was killed at the battle of Gettysburg. riow to Rtmov Mlldtw. To remove mildew from linen tak some yellow soap and rub It well Into the linen, than scrape some chalk very fine and nib that In also. Lay the linen on the grass and as It dries wet it again and again until the mildew disappears. Another way Is to mix soft soap and powdered starch, with half the quantity of salt and the Juice of a lemon. Apply the mixture with a brush and lay the linen out on the grass for a few 'rosty nights until the stain disappears. "Logging Engineering." 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