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MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS
r ' I I f x. i "I j " " r HBIHY, iHSretkO of f ano t.,c &to to L&f? ' y veuTMtin'iH'DOtooM pee rrf.T p,Mtit: IKf , v it " !- V." ( X ..j UtOrtG T9 6V vcovM 1 JOY. HIS WfNi. with asHf feo f I I "r"r.'r".Z ' i ' """" yS. Bee -AUL M. MOORE. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER J. E. FAWOETT ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER Member ot Kentucky Press Association and Second District Publishers League Branch Office in Ben Slaton's Office, Next Door to PostofKce. Madison ville, Kentucky, Pkone No. 24-2 Rings-MISS AILEEN DAVIS, Mgr. 'Telephone 47 ANNOUNCEMENTS BOUNTY JUDGE "Wt are authorized to announce P. 'B. Bradlpy as a caudidate for re election as County Judge, subject to the action Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce William 'IV .Mills as a 'candidate fpr County Judge, subject tothe action ot the Democratic party.1 We are authorized to announce E. 5), Morrow .as a candidate for Couri- ty Judge of Hopkins county, subject to the aption of the Democratic prl sri8y. v JAILER We are authorized to announce 'A. C. Byrum aa a cauldato for jailer for Hopkins county subject to ac tion ot the Democrat Party. We are Authorized to announce Ural Hardwlok as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Hopkins County subject to the action of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce the name ot Jack Howell for the office of Jailer for the ofllce of Jailer of Hopkins county, subject to the action of the democratic primary,. Sat urday August 2nd 1913. We are authorized to announce T. H. Sisk (Tompu) a candidate for alter, subject to the action of the -democratic primary, August 2nd. Wo are authorized to announce L. D. H. RodgerBfor the ofllce of Jailer - of Hopkins County, subject to the iemocratlcprimary, Augusts, 1913. SHERIFF "We are authorized to anuouuee Willis Rudd as- a candidate for Sherifl of Hopkins county, subject , of the action of the Democratic oarty We are authorized to announce J. J. Crowder as a caudidate for Sheriff of Hopkins County, subject 'to the aotlon of, the Democratic , Primary. We are authorized to announce otn Logan as a candidate for Sher ff of Hopkins Coimty, subject to 'the aotlon of the Democratic Pri wary. Wn are authorized to announce H. H. Grady, of HartVonvllIe, Ky., t a candidato for Sheriff, aubjeot to the aotiou ot the Demooratlo Pri mary. We are authorized,) to announce 4). E, Hlcklln as a candidate for f Sheriff of Hopklua county, subject to the aotiou ot the Demooratlo pri saary. 'Wo are authorized to announoe "Proctor Aatiby as a oandidate for tine ofllce of Shorltl ot Hopkins county, subjoot to tho aotlon of the Demooratlo primary. We are authorized to auuouuoe W. H. Parrlsh as a candidate, for :SherlU of Hopklus county, subieot to the action of the Demooratlo 'primary. We are authorized to announce B. E. Laifooti as a caudidate forShorltf ot Hopkins county, euhjoet to the Advertising Rates Display Advertisements, single issue 16c per inch Locals and Inside Pages, BeaderB lOo per line Resolutions and Cards of Thanks 5o per line Obituary Poetry 6c per line Slight reductions on time coutract display advertise ments. Also locals that run several months without change Entered at the Earlineton Pod Office us Second Class Matter. Tuesday, June 17, 1913 action of the Democratic primary August 2nd 1913. COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce j. E. Arnold as a candidate for bounty Court Clerk, of Hopkins iounty, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to, announce Frank Brown as a candidate for County Court Clark subject to the aotlon of the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to announoe S. T. OATES, of the Curtail, as a oandidate foi county court bierk, subject to the action of the demo oratlo primary. We are autnorlzxd to announce John G. Salmon as a candidate tor the office ot County Court Cleric of Hopkins County, subject to the aotlon of the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to announce the name of Sam D. Langley, as a candidate for the ofllce of County Court Cleik subject to the action of the democratic primary, Saturday August 2nd 1913. We are authorized to announce the name of Fred Hoffman a a candid ate tor the office of County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the democratic primary, August 2nd 1913. SCHOOL superintendent; We are authorized to announce Cass L. Walker as a candidate for School Superintendent, subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary. We are authorized to announce L. R. Ray as a caudidate for School Superintendent for Hopkins County subject to the action ot the Demo oratlo party. We are authorised to anupnnce H B. Wheeler for Superintendent of b'ohools for Hopkins County, subject to actum ot Demooratlo Primary, August 2ud 1913. - LEGISLATURE We are authorized to announce ROY S. WILSON as a candidate for .he.Leglslsture from Hopkins coun ty, subject to the Deihocratlo pri mary August. 1913', We? are authorizes to announce John G. B, Hall as a Candidate for Legislature of Hopkins County. Subject to the action' of the Demo oratlo Primary, August 2nd., 1913. COUNTY ATTORNEY Lee Favors We are authorized to announce G. W. Sypert as a caudidate for re election as county Attorney subjeot to the action of the Demooratlo Primary. We are authorized to amiouno the name of Ed L. Youug for the oilloe of county attorney, subject to the aotlon uf the Demooratlo party, August 2, MS. ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce Rev. V. N. Clark for the olllce of Assessor of Hopkins County, subject to the aotlon of the Democratic primary." MAGISTRATE XW are authorized to announce James A. Parker for the ofllce of Magistrate of the second district Subject to the aotlon of the Demo cratic primary August 2nd 1913. We are authorized to announce Esquire James Priest, of this city for reelection for the ofllce of Magis trate of the Second District primary to be held Saturday August 2nd. FjOR CITY JUDGE We are authorized to announce A. , Bennett as a candidate for Police Judge of the city of Eariington, Kv. Subject to th action of tho Demo cratic primary. PENCIL THRUSTS Our Teddy Is a tcmp'raoce man- This fact's established quite. He has no use or class or can. And still knows how to fight. 7 Secretary Bryan leads Col. Roose velt In the race for the Prohibition vote by one lap of grape juice. Col. W. F. Sapp is to run for office in Kansas next fall. Usually sao runs in spring but seems to be a prime essential In politics at all sea sons. How's Tbis7 We offerJOne Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured bjr Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. We. the understood, have known F J Cheney for the last ij years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Waloimo, Xinman & Majviw, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catar.'h Cote Is taken internally, actios; directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 73c per bottle. Sold byall Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation Henry Rogers Major At tho election for Major of the 2nd Battallion of the K. S. G, in Madisonville, Eariington Hartford, and Vine Grove, Sat urday 14th, Cipt Henry Rosera, of this city, was elected by a nice vote and will be Major of this; Battallion. Oapt. Rogers hasj been with Jus home company for several years and was at one time. Oapt. of Small Arras. For the past year he has beau on Spec ial duty in charge of the R lie Ringes for the regiment and has been over this part of the State several times in this capacity, that he will make a flue officer on the Stall', noes without sayiur. His election will make the elec tion af a Oaptain and two Lieu tenents uece4ury. Ben Wilson, now 2nd. Lieutenent, will be made Oaptain and -there will be 1st, and 2nd. Lieutenants to be elected. There is lots of good material in the company for of ficer and tho boys will go to camp with a fall officered com pauy.4 Ben Wilson will make an excellent captain and when on flood duty several weeks ago he rtf ceived much praise for his woik from the Adjutant General and the department in Frankfort. trails marks ml copyrights obtain! or no fee. Send model, sketches or pliutu and de scription for FREE 8EAR0H and npott on patsaUUllty. Bank nrferenct PATENTS BUILD FORTUNES for you. Our fro booklet UU bow, what to larant and uti you money, wnutoaaj. D. SWIFT & CO. 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Just Flay a Game of Solving Pictures. Each Picture Represents the Title of a Book. YOU CAN WIN. Clip out and stead tht coupon below to Th Courier suid you wlN receive full Information about the contest, and the first SIX picture FRJEE, mo you cam atart at once and have J oat aa much chance to win as anyone. OUT OUT AND SEND THIS COUPON Booklovers' Contest Editor: The Evansville Courier. Please send me full information and the first SIX pictures FREE in your Booklovers' Contest. Name Full address -.t. . Will T. Mills CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE OF HOPKINS CO, Will address the voters of Nortonville precinct on, Saturday, June 21, 1913 At 1:30 P. M. His opponents are respectfully 'invit ed to be present and a division ol time granted. Several of our people, left Monday for a. weeks trip to Itumsey on Green river, jPey are Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McGary, John and Mrs. Lonir, H. L. BrowniuK and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Georjte Wyatt. They will be gone for several days. "A Perfect Woman Nobly Planned ToWarn, to Comfort and Command" Nature never Intended woman to be delicate, ailing, or a luffcrer from "nerves." Women In middle age complain of "hot flashes." Many women suffer needlessly from girlhood to womanhood, and from moth erhood to middle life, with backache, or headache, dizziness, faintness, or bearing-down sensations. For a permanent relief from these distressing symptoms nothing is so good as DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION as a soothing and' strengthening ner vine allays and subdue nervous excitability, Irritability, nervous exhaustion, and other distressing' symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and ordanlc diseases ot the feminine organs. It Induces refreshing sleep and reUevet mental anxiety and despondency. Dr. Plerc' Pleasaat Pellets retfulata and Invigorate stomach, Uver aaU bowol. Sutfar-ceaUd, Uay granules. By Gross W. T. Mills, ot Madisonville, spent yesterday In the olt . In the iuterest of his raoefpr county Judge. Mr. Mills has made the county an ex cellent' county court clerk and If elected to fill the Judgeship will fill It with much credit and will be a Judge for all the. people. The "Favorite Prescription" I known everywhere and for over 40 years as the) standard remedy for the diseases of women. YourdealeHn medicine sell It In liquid or tablet form: or you can send 50 one cent stasias fer a trial box of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription tablet. Address Dr. Pierce, Invalid' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.