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PAUL M. MOORH,
EDITOR AND PUDLISHBR 0. B. FAWOBTT ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER Memberot Kentucky Press Association and Second District Publishers League Branch Office in Ben Slaton's Office, Next Door to PoslofHce. Madison villi, Kentucky, Phone No. 24-2 Rings-MISS AILEEN DAVIS, Mgr. Telephone 47 ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY JUDGE Wt are authorized to announce R. B. Bradley as a caudldate for re eloctlon as County Judco, subject to the action Democratic primary. We aro authorized to announco William T. Mills as a candidate for County Judge, subjoct to tho action oi the Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announce E. D. Morrow as a candidate for Coun ty Judge of Hopkins county, subject to tho action Of tho Democratic pri mary. JAILER We are authorized to announce A. C. Byrum as a canldate for jailer tor Hopkins county subject to ac tion of the Democrat Party. We are Authorized to announce Ural Hurdw'ok 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 1013. We are authorized to announce L. D. H. Rodgers for the ofllce of Jailer of HopkinB County, subjeot to tho mocratio primary, August 2, 1913. dHERIFF Wo are authorized to announce om Logan as a candidate for Sher lt of Hopkins County, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri mary. We are authorized to announce H.H. Grady, of Madlsonville, Ky., u candidate for Sheriff, subject to 4be notion of the Democratic Pri mary. We are authorized to announce J. 32. HIcklln as a candidate for gltrlfl of Hopkins county, subjeot to tbe aotlon of the Democratic pri mary. We are authorized to announce jspjootor Asnby as a candidate for -ttho office of Sheriff of Hopkins -county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to aunounoe W. H. Farrlsh as a candidate for ' Sheriff of Hopkins county, subleot ' to the action of the Democratic T- primary. We are authorized to announce B. - I Hopkins county, subjoct to the -motion of the Domocratlo primary Angii8i 2nd 1913. COUNTY COURT CLERK W are authorized to announco a, IE. Arnold as a candidate for Connly Court Clerk, of Hopkins sonnty, subject to the aotton of the Democratic Primary. Ws are authorized to announce JFraok Brown as a candidate for 'County Conrt Clerk subjeot to the potion of tho Democratic Primary, We are authorized to announce . T. OATES, of the Curtail, as a , candidate foi county court clerk, antoject to the action of the demo sratlo r? Imary, We are authorized to announco John G. Salmon as a candidate for the offioe of County Court Clem ol Hopkins County, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to announce ihe name ol Sam D. Langloy, as a candidate for tho ofllco of County Clnurt Cleik subjeot to the aotton of ihedsaiocratla primary, Saturday j&UKnst 2nd 1018. We are authorized to announco the rnameof Fred Hoffman as a candid ate ior the offioe of County Court i&erk. subject to the aotlon of the idaniooratle primary, August 2nd 301& WJJIOOL SUPERINTENDENT Vfb are authorized to announce Jwsa L. Walker as a candidate for 8cl)tol Superintendent, subject to , ibe notion of the Democratic pr'- yfe ro aut'ionzed to announce. L, 3LJay as a caudldate for School finpfrlBtendont for Hopkins County subject to the action or tho Untno- 1fe are authorised to announce H MvtBeler for Superintendent of Advertising Rates Display Advertisements, slimlo lasun 15o per inch Locals and Iusido Pagos, Readers lOo per line Resolutions nud Cards of Thanks Bo per lino Obituary Poetry Bo per lino SllRht reductions on tlmo contract dinplny advertlso inputs. Also locals that run several months without change Enterod at tho Earllnitton Post Ofllce aB'Socoud Glass Matter. Tuesday, July 22, 1913 to action of Democratic Primary August 2ud 1018. LEGISLATURE We are authorized to announce ROY S. WILSON as a caudldate for ho Legislature from Hopkins coun ty, subject to the Democratic prl mary August, 1013. We aro authorizes to announce John G. B. Hall as a Candidate for Legislature of Hopkins County Subject to the action of tho Demo cratic Primary, August 2nd., 1913. C UNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce O- w. gnoert as a candidate for re election as county Attorney subjeot to the action of the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to aunounc the name of Ed L. Young for the ofllce of comity attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party, August 2, 1013. ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce Rev. W. N. Clark for the office of Assessor of Hopkins County, subject to the action of tbu'Democratic prl mary. MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce James A. Parker for the office of Magistrate of the second district subject to. the action of tho Demo cratic primary August 2nd 1013. 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. FOR-C1TY JUDGE We aro authorlzed'to announce A. J. Bennett as a candidate for Police Judge of the city of Earlington, Ky Subject to the action of. tho Demo cratic primary. STATE SENATE We are authorized to announco R. M. Salmon, of illsley, Ky., for re-election for the State senate, sub ject to the aotlon of the Democratic primary August 2 1013. We are authorized to announce R. C. Crenshaw, of Christian coun- to, for the State Senate, subjeot to the action of the Democratic pri mary August 2 1013. Madisonvilk Notes Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mills will leave the city today for a visit to New York and other citl6s In the east. They will be gone two weeks. There were C8 people got off train 61 Saturday afternoon in this city. Every train Is crowded with people coming to this city, BuBinosa for the time of the year was never bet ter so say the merchants. R, M Slaton, Jr. returned Sun day from a visit to frieuds In Hen derson. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson, of Providence, were in the city Mon day euroute home from a visit to Henderson and EvansviUe. - Cordis Harris left Monday morn ing for a business trip to Nortm.- ville. Dr. Anderson, of Hopklnsville who has been visiting his brother E. A. Anderson, returned home Wednesday afternoon Luolau Llttlepage, of Mortous Gap country, was lu the olty on busi ness WadneBday afternoon, Mr. J. E. Thompson, of Nashville, was In the city Wednesday euroute to his home from a visit west. It will be remembered that Mr. Thomp son and two daughters sp&nt .bomo months In the oity two years ago. He was then trying to foouri the ooutrnot for the water works of thla city. ' The Best Medicine Iu The World "My little girl tiad dysentery very bad. I thought she would die. Shanibarlaiu'u Oolio. Qiiulera and lurrbQaa lUmedy cured liar, and I mill truililnllv fcuj that I ttiltik it Is the bust iiiwHuiiib i tin- world," writes Mrs. Willl'un crvit. dare. Mich. Km' sak-l .'lltalira DATTOHTER8 OF CONFEDERACY Will Have Picture Show on Thursday Night Special Reels Ordered Tho Eurlington Olinpter U..D. O. will have the Idli Hour ifo ture show on Thursdnv night of this week. Special reels hhve been ordered for the oconsiou in id the Daughter nk that til I tlielr frinncls twill ncqnnintnnces f Urn out on that night and help: to m k a little uinnev for the olftrp ter. Ilomo inude eiuiU.v wllj' lit sold in front of the door utHt'tihe cominitfo in charge nslc nliberul putrouue. Women May Vote For' Superintendent of Schools It should be the dutv of every woman in the city of Eurliugtou to vote in the coming Democratic Primary for Superintendent ot Schools and select a man of i'.x perieuce to handle the schools of the Oounty. Your sons ami daughters are fjrowiujj upaud al tendiug the schools and you should, with care, assist m the seieciiou ot the one wno nus i. great deal to do with the schools iu the County. Investigate the qualifications of the three gentle men that offer themselves for this office and select the one that you think best qualified to hold it, the ouo you think will be of advantage to vour childreu. Mothers thu is an important election for you and you should not let the chance go by to help in this election. The gentlemen that are ofTeriug themselves for this office are (Jnss L. Walker, of Madisonville, who taught school at Mortons Gap for two terms, L. R. Riy, who has been identi fied with the schools iu M idisou ville for some time and W. B Wheeler, of Neho, w! schuol in this mi counties for mauy vcti. tlu three are first class men. don't forget to vote. 8100 Reward S100 State or Ohio, citt of Toledo, Lucas Countt. Ut. Frank J. Chenejr makes oath that he It senior partner ol the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doin business In the Cltr ot Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure Fkamk J. Cheniy. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres ence, this Glh day of December, A. D. 18S6. , A. W. Gleasom, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J, Cksmey & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Drueiiits, 71c, Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. New Preacher in Madlsonville Rev. J. O. Schieffeliu, of Lou isville, who has accepted the cull of the Presbyterian Ooimregn- tion, of Madisonville, has arrived and will occupy the pulpit at that church every Sauday moruins and evening. He comes from one of the lariat churches m the state to MadUonville and they are very fortuuate in gettiug him. Able To Be Up. L. L- Richards, who was hurt on tho Baseball field here, a few days aco, and was confined to the Sr. Bernard Hospital for six das, is able to be up and around the streetF, md will s:o to his home short I . Mr. Richards had a very sore lip for Home days, the ball cuttiim through the hps, makiup a very painful injury. SEVERE SKIN AFFECTION. 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For thin, poor Impoverished y v.'i-' v. .; , ..ramut- ni I HI IT fir lllimTl mum ur nucmi CALLED DESPERATE Alarming Reports Received in Washington of Crisis of Mexico City VAGUE HINT IS GIVEN OUT Washington, July 31. Alanri'mr report of an approaching crisis In Mox(lco have been received here by hint) tfovflrnniont oilluInU, It was nuthorltlyely stated today on tiulm peauhablo authority that tho devel opments of the nomliuf two wpoKb are rofrnrdecl as fraught with tro ineudoiiB Importance tu tho Huoata government. So dcllcato is the Information that they contain that an intimation f tho advices bHcamo known today only with tl.e stipulation that It was unoflloial and that it should not be represpnted as being the view of any oillclal of the United States govern ment. Anthoratlvo publication of the un til re of tho advices, In was said, probably would precipitate the very crisis tho despatches forecast. The meausby which tho predicted ovents weip to be brought to pass or what was to follow were not hinted at in the roports, which so far have found no reflection In military or naval preparations by tho United States. Japan Shy Of New friend. Tokyo. July 21. Mexico's dem onstration of friendship are ploasiup: but embarassing to Japan. It Is feared hero that they might be mis understood in tho United States and affect tho friendly relations with that country. The Japadebe newspapers are chagrined at the outcome of the California negotiations, but express gratification that Mexico, unlike the United States, welcomes Japanese emigrants. J hey point out, howevor, that any. thing iu the nature .if an alliance between Japan and Mexico would be impossible, as it would uudoubt M'll.r awaken suspicion that Japan riis; imllioi.so designs. , J, t. Arnold For County Clerk J. E. Arnold, of Madisonville, was iu the city yesterday after noon. He is u candidate for the office of Oounty Court Olerk and hb many frieuds in thiscity who wish him well in this race. DELIGHTFUL BIRTHDAY PARTY Number of Young Folks Spend a Happy Evening Ou last Thursday afternoon, Little Miss Elenor Arnold invit ed to her home ou South Main Street a number of her friends in celebratiou of her Oth birthday. At 2:80 o'clock tho guests arriv ed ut the home of the hostess, where they were received by the young; hostess assisted by her mother. The entire afternoou was spent in thorough enjoy ment of the many amusements furnished for the occasion, At a later hour the little folks were couducted to the beautifully dec orated dining room which proved to be a very.charniing feature of the afternoon pleasure. The room was lighted with red can dles and the centorpiece for tho dining tablo was the birthday cuke containing nine candles. The little guests did justice to delightful refreshments, which were daintily served served by the mother of tho hostess, Mrs. F. B. Arnold. Tho guests invit ed were: Misses Olara Lloyd, Delsie Robertson, Ernestine nnd Mury 'Lois R9nfro, Elizabeth Rash, Bertha Vausht, May Price, Goldie McOord, Margarot Ware Ashby, Louise and Virginia Nuv -ton, (Jynthia Watts, Sirah Beth Mothersheud, Dorothy Brain weP, Marv Mooro Rmdolph, Edith Owen S'.sU, and Mabtors Howard Brazolton, Eugeue Withtirapoon, James Oanipbell, Nelson Mc- Oreury uud Bufford Webb. Al ter leaving with tha hostess a number of beautiful and useful gifts tho little folks returned to tholr homes wishing their 'iok tuts would havo many mure birthday, For Outs, Burns And Bruises Iu every homo thor should. b a boxo Huelileu'ii Arttioa Salve, ready to juitily iu v-iy oasa of buiiik, vun, wonniis or hIiIh.' J. H. Polaiiuo, llv,4llj, 'IV x . R. K. H. wrlcwf; i Um.lrlali'a A I I I A A Kfl I Vti Hklrad 1iV ii'tlc glrl'n cut foor. No ou bllv. i'U it L'ould O curno. Tlie wurltt iest Oniv25o. Hi i um m e nrt.- VOTE f OR L. R. RAY -FOR- School SyujjcnnfemdcDt My Motto:- Courteous Treatment and Strict Attention to Business. The and The telephone goes hand in hand with good roads. The telephone overcomes many of the obsta cles of bad roads and makes it possible for the farmer and other rural residents to transact busi ness in the city and with neighbors, when the roads are impassable. Progressive farmers are insisting upon good roads and telephones. These two agencies of modem civilization are doing more than all others toward eliminating the isolation of country life. You can have a telephone in your home at very 6mall cost. Send a postal for our free booklet giving complete information. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. No. 252 South Pryor St., Atlanta, Qa. RESOLVED AMD IUU fW'V. .21 "B6T if paw WOULD fcef Eft-. BER.Et MAW WoULE HAVE FOe-GOT. HeNELV. PECK jc WILL FLOOD CTJLEBRA CUT Colonel Goelhali Orders Dynamiting of Dike at Gatun Lake on Oct. 10 Panamft, July 21. Colonel O. W. Qoetlials, ohief oiiKinear In ohnrue of the construction of the Panama Canal, Iihr notified Lieut. David Du B. Gulllard, chief of the central di vision ot tne canal, that xteam shnvel work in the Culebra cut sec tion will hereafter be conducted on the assumption that Gamboa dike will be dynamited Oct. IU. While It had previously bttan announced that thin dydamlsltiK would take place after Oct. 1, this Ih the first time the actual date has been named Are You a Woman ? Tho Woman's Tonic FOB SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS V II baiulll Claude M Telephone Good Roads RESOLVED THAT IN THE FUTURE I'LL READ NY OWN STORIE1S AND AVOID the: pitfalls and BUMPS ARISING FROM, TOO VIVID AN IMA&IN- ATI on! The HPstruct'on of tnn dike will al low Gatun Lake r H.iod the cu, thertby practically connecting the Atlantic and Pacific. trade ranrks and coprrfchUoUiiiieil onu fra Send model, ikctrhn or r'wtua tnd dw crtptlon for FREE SEARCH nd rput on init.iujr. luak reference. PATENT8 BUILD FORTUNC8 for rau. Our frw booklet! tell bow. ut to Intuit and Mre you montjr. Wrlto today. D, SWIFT & CO. PATCfUT I iUVBDa 03 geventh St., Washlnflton, D. C.j AccifJently Shot Ravmon.l Quail, who was aocl ently Bhot by Klwarrt Hrown a few daj rt aico. ir O K. and was not seriously hurt. The Ijoh were Bhootlnif iihreoup watts a small rifle and oi.h of the bullets hit Quails In the flishy part of the Ik. orton UNDERTAKER , 129 S. Main St. Madisonville, Ky. Mr. Henry Hark or h..i mure, Mn Mav Uarkr le'tS.tu dav (or th'r tiiJ.it I: C!lVi iirion.