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Vol. 51. Jas vf, r, Indiana, Friday, Juue 11, 1909. In 'Je. 1ILII WILL HAVE A Kentucky's Bad Caise. dp , c . tr So poor Jones, tbo toymalc I . no out of his tnlnd! 'Im Yes. Ho bud been busy' v 4i. nn a mrtohnnlcaJ f fi . t muiimn t i ,, ftud ho couldn't get It to vrotk- 0 I -p Blllv, I regrets tor pay ar evaucrncnt has got tor b Wot's do trouble now? , Mo ma won't leave ino wear no more, 'cos it rankes me ..ack. Leslie's Weekly. Ill lilllK 1 ;IPI 11 M JL Prohibition in Kentuckev means ruin: it means destruct- -- : : t ,,,v;n if moanc fVip pnd nf all our hones as a 1U11, Ill UUUlOVlllC 1 U IIVU41U ww . city and also our experations as free men and free women. IVIarse Henry If the case is so bad as that, Colonel, perhaps Kentncky had better just go bust and have a receiver, and take a xresh start We think every small potatoes of prohibition; don't like it: don't believe in it. But if the prosperity of a state is absolutely dependent on the rum business, that the state a bad eise. Perhaps if Kentucky, through whatever tribulations, can learn to lean less on whiskey, tobacco and racenorses, it win oe a gamei. m me c.m auent progress in the amenities of civilization. While its m m mi people are great people, anu ua huhw 'v0 y. t -.i Tfrn 4-1 n,.T nnnol 'passed, ite politic are disgrace and its society exceptionally Monday, June 7th, 1909, the County Council disorder ant defiance law. .uJ 4 ' ffi ,.,1 nfYnv HQfP.niiir to' Isn't the state over-stimulated, Colone J? Jf Pffhibifaon COURT llUUUk I Sarcasm. v rrv Tm sho late, m'dcar. imglo apologetically, but , Iresh jokers stopped mo an' :Wt leramc go" "Ir 't'dl"' interrupted ms who. met m tile AUUltOr S Onire aim iuiui iistmin rages and threatens to overwhelm it, is it not the blind Several arguments COllClUUeu mat me laigu m i Khibtttonfe to roin Kentkey, let herbust! For inritv of the People of the County Were 111 taVOrgenerations she has traded to her -pecuniary profit ,on the JO I lty ü l Uli i tupit ui uib j vices-or, say, the indulgences-of mankind. m Perhaps it is OI UlLliulIliZ a iiev ruui i "uuoi t nartiy a consequence ui tiiau uttuv. wiicjw p-i;"i uj uiiiiin 0 ,:ii;n.sfonlc n nil nable. Let her raise more hemp awhile, and less whisky! cnnin Ol in w horfl T IP. Tll'ftSftllL UllliUluii ötclliliö, cimu OLllllV OllV ttajvav .v 1 n adopted an ordinance to that effect by a vote otj WayneNews is not enthusiastic over the ad- O to Z. MeSSrS eCKnuill, rneumuu, tuuLun, yice gjvenorj ginally by the boutn iiena nmes w a JM - . 1 . I M " l-MN i X I t llTL" III!' . didn't you tako the brick out tl ,r nt and hit tnem wiui n.f ...lie Standard and Times. How He Won Her. ' T' r man 1 marry' said the girl i :-arlor scene, "must be but a E . a er than tho angels." c . what's the matter with .. ir.rird tbo vount? man as ho opnc'l on his knees at her foot. fill 1 . a sc. 1 m a littio lower wii . .. M TT .1 T)ah ac ci tnem. xiousiuu j. udu f Irofelonal InntKht. I HC X Jl L. 11 UJ lib i.tw . :: 11,, U,r 4-Vio QnnfVt Ronri TimPS to XTnnm nm rimmpr vntlllQ- lor tlie OlXllliailCe, cn cKe. , h - M W K M HBK.B W A. w- n - 1 f 1 All 47 U IW lllllll.IIIV 1 I I I I I II X X A. WAAWMW and Heitman and Harbison voting against it. ,pÄ?Ä S On Tnpsdav the County Commissioners oraer-lWith an ordinary sized ton lot. m nan wno r, ed Milburn feestor & Co., Architects of WashSÄÄÄÄ Sn, D. C, to hirnish plans and io for the new building and lie contract win oo i SSarÄÄ OCJ crtml thoronf tpr as nOSSlOle. JLlie IOllOWlllU 10 turn it to much better account cuiuvauug a aS S0OI1 I Iiei tai ICl ao Waai o furtV.a f ho inVn raising- fad is too much like the Council ordinance: l" hkinn-Wlll the patient stand aa ciKiiit on? Dr l itnt-I think not from the looks bf Urs X -ray picture. Uarper TTie l'ruRTelve Ilooiltr l'rorcrb. nnd lh Ordiance For a New Court House. Whereas, it has been brought to the attention of the County Council of Dubois County Indiana, that the court house of said county is very much out ofrepair; that it is to small, being insufficient to furnish offices for all county ; and that tFiere is not room in the offices and court house for the storage of records and papers, and that many of the records and papers of said county can not be stored in fire proof vaults and are exposed to the danger of fire, rats, mice and vermiue, the destruction of which records and 'papers would bring incalculable, loss to the citizens and taxpayers of said county, rendering their title fnsecme and would cause endless litigations in deter midng the title to the lands in said connty, and in deter- ?be ?f resÄ by the Countv Council of Dubois county, in said session at the court house in sa d county, that a new court house is needed m said county and the Board of Commissioners of said county, are herebv authorized to construct the same upon the present sfte of the old court house. And the Board of Com missioners of said county in further authorized to issue 5fS of said county for the sum of seventy five hsand dollars running not to exceed twenty years; said tends be paid fin annual installments of three thousand, seven hundred fifty dollars each year, and shall bear m 3 "t the rate of 4 per cent, per annum, payable an nualv The proceeds J said bonds shall be used only for the construction of a new court house. turn it to mucn ueiwei tuum, j,u.v..v...B - -o--garden thereon. The chicken raising fad is too much like fW nf Rplirian hares, muchrooms: and squabs, it Idosen't follow the schedule. Reflections Of A Batchlor. The man who fifrures in an explosion begins at the TtelarSifÄ rather take half a loaf than work for a whole one. , , :t , ., wo Ko - Never iudge an argument oy its suunu, iu aj sound ana not sound at all. r.,; u,,f A fool woman is one who can make her own living, but . -'f- mol-n if fnr nfr. mames a man wnu u m. . . ,h 11 nnrrmr QnH f TIP'S If) TaiSC IRQ uccasionany a inuu scuj, "By :t : nAa it- roof, and is only prevented by the mortgage that holds it down. 1 i-s3 tlila alarm clock falls me, bi a where I get tho best of "tho fca. ? u rd and tho v1orm,' proioalUol j-uw York Sun. GoltiK Ulm Obo Better. Ulatlnrtlon IVUhont n DIBcro. The Dog Nuisance. n ri . EXCURSION TO Now Albany h Louisville. $1 Born $,50 SUNDAY, JUNE 20th. 1909. fin prl n man fiftv dollars for mac dl. ijuuiü juufce it iiw ....ww. . Lim i j t:-M v?tv iionniisjp hp. was in & RAILWAY. t nnn fvnin -n n m arrive New Albany SS Us a cause It was fighting for its master tSfaviTte 1258 noon. ft fuff of sentiment, but it is sentiment of the maudlin sort Louisviiieon regular train 4:30 p. m. on, f the dog's, owner had; been com rnuro b;spStrain at 8:00p. m. f . . lary or any Kinu um v. --- , , yaUdeviiie attracuuiiw au xaw. v henious in character, the dog wouW have taken the Qf 1qw master's nart lust tne same, xy w'pc i" ' T?nc fnrf.her nformation . . , . i .Ä mnc.oi' rn r.ne iiuiiiau st net wmcn attacnes a uuy tu ito .... w. vw . . f'lmlty Old Gontloman (aa thoy pass usluui)-Wo get an oxcollent "itj nsylum from tho rallyay. . wsch)Cil LnnnticAh. but yo onght Fcnnltive Golfer (who has foozled) DM you hiUKh at me. hoy? Caddie-No. lr; I wis lauBhln' at ' Sensrbolfer-Ana whafa funny aböut him? ... ' Caddlo-IIe plnys powf anfu llk you, air. Punch. stinct wmcn aLtuuuww a uu6 , to Isentiment that makes men and woman quick to come to .btnitiuinw wiu n.A: . V nrr1 i; nauseatinu the protection 01 tnose 01 t .u u " " n rifrht nummery men no mun vyilu a nw.v,. w i?nruth to let the dog run at arge: no, h a tad ofa Hin mnrrpr j t'h die uow.wvjw. lllw umuvv.i D . ji ,l,i:-: f fhoil' IK t a,-v,. ir.fnrmnf.inn cunsult or wnte. ruo xuitiici inw. ... L D. CLAYCUMB, Avil. JAarun. iu. I R. RF1M JR.. L G. P. . ST. lUUli.MU. w w - uVitiBatedpestwhen t th Courier OftlCO opinion will require an uugb tu " ,;V.; " p keDt iL. urro hnr5P5 PAws. ffoats and the like are Kepi Jnow: Tigere wöüld'be just as much sense in turning ne sheets ovor to pet goats as there is in giving the pi ivi'ege to an amy of wortliless pet curs. -Washington Gazette.) Any Periodical Published in Any Conutry Or Anv Language. u nucirK xroa um