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BRIGHT INDIAN GIRLS
Qnnnuli
Two

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GRANDMAS DERRY PIE

like to co to drnndmas when vacation
days come round
She lets me play In thtt hay and roll upon

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boys like me and gives
em lots to tnt
And says she doesnt mind It It a fellows

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tooth In sweetand
11cr thinK lire nlwayn homemade
theyre better than you buy
You ought to taste for Instance some of
ClranJinas berry pit
SIH keen It In the pantry way up on the
second shelf
And when youre good the tells you you
can go and help yourself
I climb up on the burrel and cut a great

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Chief of Corannclie

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Daughter Who Are Thoroughly Civilised

Qunnnha mother Cynthia Ann Far
Ver was a white girl captured In Texas
by the Comuuches when on one of
their bloody mauraudlng expeditions
She grew up In the Indian camp the
Idol of the tribe and at an early ago
became the cherished wife of their
chief Xocoiia father of the present
chief Quanali refusing to return Jq
her people when time opportunity pro
rented Itself In later yetiritr
the chief reveres the memory of his
white mother and contrary to time un ¬
written law of his people po 8cscs n
handtome llfcsizo oil painting of her
which hangs over the organ In the par- ¬
lor of his comfortable home near Fort
Sill Okla the home of the Kiowa and
Comanche nation In title modern two
story white house are to be found many

ut rnyt
It look nice
J try to mind my ps and as an Grandma
nays I should
If your reward Is berry pie It pays you to
be good

days

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the red Juice costs

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pJill

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my dinner tall with
And llrandn
things she tinowi I like
1 bait my hook and throw It In and watch
till by and by
seem to grow real hungry for a piece of
berry pie
And as I sit upon the bank and wait and
watt and wait
I wonder If the nth would bite with Orand
raaH pie for bait
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Suit to James Rogers Kills BrotherlnLaw and
Fountain Land His Stepson

IoulBvllIc Kyf June 23A telegram
from Paducah states that an effort will
coon be made to break the will of the
late Cant W K Morton the Louisville
In
millionaire
who died recently
Coronndo Reach Cal Tho oatatc In val
seed nt about flDOOOOO
the bulk or
which Is bcincatlicd to the IxjiilHvlllo
UaptlHt Orphans homo
rile contest
will bo brought by conning ten of them
children of tho brothers and Blstcra
of Cnpt Nortons father W P Norton
nr whose will provided that the estate
was to KO to his son after time mothers
death and then to his sons children
if ho left any In case ho died without
sons the bulk of the estate was to bo
given to ten male first cotiHlns Among
these are Norton mid Ed Anderson or
McCracken county
Some time ago
Copt Norton bought np the contingent
claltas of these cousins and made them
n matter of record
Now it Is said that these relatives
will Insist that the terms of the will
of W F Norton sr be carried out
alleging that W K Norton Jr was
not In his right mind when his will
was made
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Yearly ever Kuropean nation line
of the pigeon
icrmany Austria Prance Itussln
Italy and Iortugal have their mill
tary pigeon posts
It WON the FrancoGerman wnr that
first opened the eyes of military au
to thn possibilities of this
Dur
of sealing mesiagcs
ing the siege of Paris no fewer than
lOOOO olllclnl dispatches were sent
by pigeon post as well an 100 VK
jirlvate inennges and 100000 francs
In postal orders Photography was
pressed Into the service of this pigeon
post the messages being photograph
inlnuto fllini which were no
light that a single bird could carry
It was calculated that
30000 words
if nil the messages carried by pigeons
during the lege had been written out

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Lexington Ky
June 20 No
passenger train westbound met with
n dangerous wreck this side of Ash
laud The sleeper and ladles coach
were turned over an embankment 1C
feet and the passengers escaped death
In a remarkable manner A Virginia
woman whose name Superintendent
Mitchell could not learn was dangerously hurt and returned to Ashland
INDIAN GIRL IN NATIVE DRESS
Deputy Internal Revenue Collector C
In this If Herryman of this city was badly
of the luxuries of civilization
Instance also the chief violates the cus ¬ bruised as Were five other passengers
toms of Ida people who not only ban Pullman Conductor Robinson whose
iih from sight and memory every re ¬ home la In Ixmlsvllle had his shoul
The mall pouch when
minder of their dead but object se ¬ der broken
thrown from the moving train struck
riously to dwellings built of Umber
In short they utterly refute to live the depot platform and bounded back
In the neat little tworoomed houses under tbe train throwing the smoker
built for them by the government and off and It pulled the other cars off
prefer their whitetopped canvas te- ¬ and they were turned over
pees 1 Lave seen numbers of these
DISCOVERED
NO
little red pnlnted government houses
standing empty and neglected around Samuel A Hoi helmer Dismissed at
Fort Sill slowly falling to the ground
His Examining Trial
while near by a group of tepees loomed
up against the rugged background of
Louisville Ky June 23 Samuel A
mountain Tile picturesque Wichita llofthdmer principal owner of the
mountains engirdle the Comanche al ¬ White Mills distillery which was seiz
lotment and no more beautiful re ¬ ed by tho federal authorities on Juno
gion CAn be seen In all Oklahoma
1 on a charge that It was being run
Chief Quanah Is n wily old redskin with an intent to defraud the govern
It Is wild on the reservation that he ment of tho tax on Its product was
walks both roadsthe paleface road dismissed at his examining trial be
of progress and backward trail of the fore a United States commissioner no
redskins During his checkered career evidence having been discovered which
he has been so fortunate or un fort u ¬ would connect Mr Hoffhelmer with
hate OR to acquire seven wives this any knowledge of tho alleged unlaw
was according to the old ruling which ful practices at White Mills
permitted polygamy among the Ulan
John IViboe warehouse foreman at
ket Indian or Wild Tribes lint Uncle the distillery and John Unman assistSam line put his foot down on this ant warehouse foreman were howpractice and from now on Ix will ever held over In tho sum of 1500
have to content hlnifclf with one wife each to answer to the federal grand
only Clilef Quanah is the father of 30 Jury next October
odd children Many of them are well
HIS FRIENDS ARE ALARMED
educated but the subject of dale sketch
carrion oft the paten among the ParSoh Has Mysteriously
Gen Brooke
ker olive branches
Disappeared From Kentucky
Nr dlcIarkerQuanahs daughter Is
n quarterbreed Comanche andone of
Lexington Ky June 22 Friends of
the most beautiful and Interesting In ¬
than girls to be found among the Klo ¬ J K Drooke are alarmed over his mys
wa and Comanche Indians of Oklaho- terious dlsapperance from this city
ma Her somewhat melancholy though He Is the son of Gen Ilnxikc of the
beautifully regular features show few United States army and came here six
Pa with
traces of the stern aquiline Indian weeks ago from Ilttaburg
type partaking rather of the soft W W Webster for tho purpose of es
curves of the distant SpanlHli strain tablishing an oil refinery Ih left here
Mr Webster has Instituted
Inherited liy1 the Cotnnnchca from their Friday
Mexican ancestry Her complexion Is diligent search for the young man but
pure olive showing the Caucasian has been unable to find oven the slight
blood of her captive grandmother Her est trace
name Needle leaves one to Infer that
Wanted at Georgetown
either she is anadept with the needle
Wllllamsbtirg Ky June 23A man
of civilized womanhood or acquired named A she raft and two other men
her peculiar name after the manner were arrested here and taken to Georgeof these Indians because of souse in ¬ town where they are wanted In concident connected with her birth In nection with the cutting of Isaac Faust
which a needle played a conspicuous The three met were taking up a col
part Ofttlmes a chlldti name Isal ¬ lectlon to pay their fare east and had
tered In after years on account of seine trouble with Faust who it Is
some marked personal characteristic
was seriously cut by A she raft
Perhaps this young woman with the claimed
melancholy Spanish beauty showed
Big Entries For the Fall Stakes
marked talent for needlework anti so
Lexington Ky June 22The en
obtained her name She linn a sister tries to the stakes to be decided here
who rejoices In the irtore civilized name this fall at the meeting of the Ken
This more progressive
of lAura
asso
tucky Trotting Horsebreedera
daughter of time chief is assistant cash ¬ elation closed with one of the hand
ier In time bonk of Indlahomo while yet somest lists ever received The three
another who walks the paleface year old division of the Kentucky Fu
way Is teaching school
turlty received 82 nominations Includ ¬
The chiefs eldest son Walter a grad ing several hgh class colts
uate of Carlisle and a very promising
Married Last December
man died a short time ago a
Paducah Ky Juno 22Percy Kelly
Victim of that dread destroyer of the
Blanket IntUDIIcconsumption to the and Miss Ellen Torian both of this
great grief of the old chief who is de- city were married on December 24
voted to his children and is a father 1892 In Forest City Ark by Rev Dy ¬
as well to alt his tribe To his home er Miss Torlan was a teacher In the
the white home ofthla little nation public schools
they flock to seek his advice In weighty
Senator Blackburn For Gorman
matters his house being truly the MecKy June 22 United
Lexington
Florence B States Senator J C S Blackburn
Ca of the Comanches
Crofford in Farm and limn
hulks Senator Gorman of Maryland
la the logical candidate for the demo
Brlsrht NeW
In Tows
crate to name for president With
A novel sight was seen this other Gorman we can win rays the sent
day which attracted much attention tor
in Bath Me A young woman front
Woman Fatally Injured
Wilton was in the city and had as a
Ky June 22While
Palntervllle
fellow traveler a bright looking coon
which was perfectly tame allowing making up a bed at her home near
hid owner to carry him about no one Balyeravllle Mrs Ellen Deskins was
would a kitten The coon was cap fatally Injured by the accidental dls
tured six ttotfc ago and weight 14 large of a revolver falling upon the
floor
She died a few hours later
pound

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LETTING

TUB PIGEONS FLY

in ordinary hand writing they would
liavc filled 200 good slzed volliiuei
At the prenent tlino Qcriunny In far
beyond other countries In the mill
Inry use of pigeons There Is a big
loft nt Cologne of about 400 to GOO
pigeons which In In direct eomtntml
ration with Merlin nnd there lira
similar lofts At nil the big fortresrcii
It In generally reckoned thnt 20
blots are needed for ono section

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to say for birds required to
Jlj in one direction only and an ad
ditional 160 birds for each new see
lion Thus a loft of 200 pigeons Is
iiocownry for communicAtion In three
directions In the cOlin of siege nnd
nlloxvlrlg for accident tnllltiiry an
tlmrllliM regard an eMahllithincnt of
200 pigeons nil sufficient to keep tip
thn
communion tlon with
outside
world for six months Tho number
loaned for each men
of pigeons
sage would be three and tills would
allow for two IIICKKIIKCII a week for
26 weeks
It In time general opinion
of most military authorlllen that 100
miles idionld he about tho limit of
distance which a bird should be called
upon to fly but in clear weather
pigeons have been known to cover
200 inllea nt the rate of nearly 30
mile an hour A noteworthy per
formance was that of four military
pigeons which flew from Lisbon to
1nrrM A distance of 000 miles
Tlte Oermann have greatly Improved the training of the birth The
Tv ee carry them on the march for
many miles go they can bt used in
men
avrtaAl warfare for carrying
sntfren from the advance guard back
to the base The pigeons are carried
BMUDted men In a kind of breast

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with a folding fleldcage Title
la used when the birds need to
or to give them a teat nnd
be
cnn afterward be folded up and carried on V s back The men grow very
fond of t Sr charges And the birds
In their tnr become very attached to
their mUlta X masters Cincinnati
Commercial Tribune

Mass IMUllna top Labor
ia estimated that the recent in
creeae in the pay of railroad em
ployea throughout the United States
aired 660000 men Involving a early
wvUay fcr 19W GII33 Oooo

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2 CO
0flcncral
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Pint Months Board

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Beginning Id Mo Board 6 00

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Total Bspense II week W DO

Room and fuel
winter term

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f wo rooms for housekeeping with stoves eW
An usually be rental for from ft toS6 a term

LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE
RAILROAD
a

Time Tibia In Effect May 24 1903

11117Leave
larin105a

3 f 2 a in
tu-

Arrive

Heavy Expense Incurred In Saving
Them From Lynching

Mnysvlllc Ky Juno 20The atatfl
troops left here at 430 Friday after
N
noon by special train over the L
for Frankfort Sheriff Robertson with
the three Negro burglars and wouldbe
murderers Mann Morris and Sanders
accompanying the soldiers Mann and
Morris were given 15 years each on
the two charges five for shooting and
wounding and ten for burglary They
were tried Friday on the latter charge
the jury giving them the limit after
being out ten minutes
Sanders was not tried on the charge
of burglary as he was used as a wit
ness against the others The Negroes
have cost the state a pretty penny asI
over 100 guards have been on duty
here since Tuesday morning It Is tho
general opinion however that an at
tempt to lynch them would have been
made had the troops not been ordered
here

125 p m
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Livingstnn205

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TrniiiR No t anil No f makcon
nection at Livingston for Jollico and
tho Southwith No 24 and No 27

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Stephens Ticket Agent

FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR
ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL
TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID
Scbool cblldren

U4 pebiie

invited to vote to

popularin

rents rack ten east at one
time All money over sod
above trip expenaea of teacb

rKentucay

voter
position
tbe aatufactlon of
knowing a worthy cauae and
important object have been
aided at the same time a
favorite teacher hu received
recognition
Contest con
of
ducted tinder
Educational Exhibit Com
Kxlilbit
tnlttee of
Assoclalion the organization
formed to rise iouonn for a
Kentucky Building and full

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products
hav1ogfelled

Years Ago Martin Riley Was Wrapped
In It For Burial

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Harrodsburg Ky June 23 Martin
Riley n farmer died Sunday near
lie was a na
Shawnee Run church
lye of Galway Ireland and came to
this country when quite young with a
ship load of emigrants
Cholera broke out on ship board and
108 of the passengers died
The bod
lea were consigned to the deep
Young Riley was thought to be dead
and had been encased In a winding
He was about to be thrown
sheet
overboard when a spark of life was
He was
In his body
discovered
placed back In his bunk recovered
came to this state married and raised
He was burled In
a large family
Lexington

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Leave

Telephone to No 58 or call
when in Richmond at

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the price of a big rnlr a little tantmrk Arrive Richmond
or a few tiomaapnn bmlcotera will glee a Arrivo Paris
term school which will change ones Arrive Cincinnati
whole lire fur the better
Ooliig South
u

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Arrive Richmond
the Arrive
Arrivo Cincinnati

one dollar more In

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mike without charge

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A handsomely Illnittiitnd weekly
rotation of any rtentlflif jounMU
pert four mouths II Sold brail neesdeslers

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DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS Ac
tending a nkctrh and rtncrlMInn mar
qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free w ether MI
luvcntinn 14 prohnbly pAlrnliUile Cnnmanle-

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f Par those brlowJA grammar deduct Ibo 12 for
books sndll from Incidental fee making the
otal only BSLBO
When four girls room together each tares I 2 or
more on room and fuel making the total only
etaSO II vlawed krlow A Grammar

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reallrtl the usefulness

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Sleeper and Ladles Coach Went Over
a 15Foot Embankment

entire of Con

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THE NEGROES CONVICTED

WRECK

pal the lint rtijr

School

Lancaster Ky June 22 Sunday
afternoon at Harmons Lick school
house nine miles east of here James
Rogers shot and lnstnntlykllled his
Rogers
brother In law Hud Ledford
states that Ledford drew a knife on
him and advanced over a remark made
by him Rogers Lcdford Is survived
by a widow nnd four small children
Rogers came to this city late Sunday
evening and gave himself up to tho
officers
Fountain Land shot and killed his
stepson M Land Sunday with a pistol
The younger Land was under the In
fluence of liquor and had been trying
all day to provoke a difficulty with his
stepfather It culminated In the kill
lug of young Land who was advancing
on his stepfather with An uplifted nx
when he was killed The dead man
was about 35 years old and single Ha
bore tho reputation of being quarrel
sonic Fountain Land Is a farmer nnd
a good citizen
The killing occurred
In Madison just across the line from
this city

AS MESSENGERS
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Perrooi who board thcmielvc cat ipcn 1 a
mncti or little u theychooaeon living expense
It pays to have a llltlo extra money orilled
other tblngi But the necessary
Ira books and
ezpcokci Ire only si follows
To

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Venice of all achool

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ialaceofpduation The ExpositionIstotetheeresteslintcrodionslerectintheworldbhl
0
Tory ThetlotachersChosen will be
Tbecountoutlldeor Jefferson
own most
second
umber electatla
of vute will be allowed to end two teachers the roost impular aud tbe
popular

riCH
the Folate

the-

mesit

DittOT
lit be able to cart nt least one vote for all
AtltnCentse4chneJrchoolcblldla
or
not be confined to school children
IMRESTS OF rents on ANT OF THEIR FRIENDS MAT TOTE The purpose of the AMOCI
tion being toelect the in out popular school teacher in each county ooocuutidereil by the public
generally as well as by the school
ten spaces to clubs of tru pupil
JIllotl
may be arranged and each giving ten cents be credited with hla or her vote If one person desires to cost ten vote It
his or her name on one of the spaces and temit
be
ting one dollar It Is not required Ibattbe ltameot the perIOD voting be given stall All of the
wees for Totert1 names tnay be left blank
The Association wants however to enroll fn the
Kentucky Building at SU outs next ur tbe name of every child who tat one or more votes la
ibe contest Pupil are nsked thereforetosigntheir names plainlytollieballotsILL EXPOSES OF THE TEACHERS WILL UK PAID by the Association This wilt include
ACTS OF VANDALISM
railroad transportation from Louisville to 61 Louis and return board at one ol the best hotels lathe city for six day and admission to the exposition grounds for six days
PASTIES WILL DE WADE UP FROX THE LOST POnTMU TEACHERS to mate the trip
Unknown Miscreants Amuse Them moreTHREE
pro lnhte and more enjoyable Each of these parties will eonsitt of forty > teachers This
would make a total of roteacben but as there are only 119 counties In Kentucky the Associa ¬
selves By Wounding Animals
ton bis decided to allow two teachersthe most popular and the second most popularto go
from that county Jefferson ezcepted which cull the greatest number of votes In the contest
Henderson Ky June 20For sev
ALL TEACHERS IN TUB STATE STUD OX AV EQUAL FOOTING In this contest
The
twenty pupils may receive more
with
the teacher with five or lis times
eral nights quite a number of acts of teacher
as
enrolled hi orber acliool because the voting is not confined to children The public
vandalism were committed at And wtllbeaaimportantfactot
Votes may be cast for any person who taucht ichoo during 1901 or la teaching now This
A mule
bon a suburb of this city
closed In November or December the opportunl
belonging to George Keach was cu tytobevotedforduringthevacationperlody
AST XTOBER OF BALLOTS MAT BE CAST AT ONE TIME There la no limit The moredol
several times across the shoulder tho
slashes being from ten to twent
VOTES TJlRER
Inches In length
An attempt was DOLLARS CASTSTIIIRTY VOTES FOUR notLARSCASTS FORTY VOTfS PIVKIHLLARa
mndo to kill Dr O W Draynes fin
Some one entered the stable
horse
All of the money recelred la this contest over and above that used In defraying expenses of
go for the erec ¬
133 most
teaches of the Stale 01 thclrtilps to the Worlds Iair
and Inflicted several cuts In the ant the
Ilnildliiffat the exposition co every voter in this contest may have the addi
lion of a en
mals neck narrowly missing tho jugu tionalutisfaMlonofkaowingthat be baa aidid u worthy cause
to
THE STANDING OF THE CONTESTANTS WILL BE PltnTTED FntOUESTLt In each
lar vein
ruu Begin voting now for your favodteschoolfriend how the race II
A cow of Rev W O Conncll was al show his or her
earlier The vote will be counted under the supervision of the Educational Exhibit Committee
as fol1o11 Prof II O Brownell Louis
so badly cut with n knife Other and ¬ of the Association Thepersonnelofthis
YUle Chairman Prof II VMcChesney
rrut R P llalleck Louistlll Prof W II
mals were maimed
Louisville rof 11001 Aodencn Lralngtolll Dr Chase Palmer Danrllle rrrsDr W O Frost Del1 Dr D B Hanloou Louisville Dr
Ideat William Dlnwlddie
Charles Bollingers Big Winning
C
V S Alley
Green
Ixusvllle Ky June 22 Charles R bOld Owensboro t lief
Louisville t Mrs EmUy E Bracken Lonlnllle
and Mrs
Loulme ties rattle S 11111
Doltlnger a local bookmaker held S1ncu
Jol D Tucker Louisville
of tbe Jducatlona1 COlUDllUre are Dot eUlrible 10 tlect10a 111
kmbera
winning tickets on The Picket calling Ibis contest
REIKIBIB IVEBT COCHTT ILECTti ITS OWN FAVORITE TKACHKB Competition three
for 10000 lie placed 300 through
outside of Jefferson exiting the
on I ayp1lca to the vice for the uotll triP the
the board last winter at odds of 60 25 counties
largest total nunberofvotesbein grantedthedlstioctlonofpending two teacheia
gave
15
his friend Chas
to L He
and
N railroad engineer
Slade an 1
the month June July ol
arranged each teacher chosen being gluts the privilege
30 of the bet which made him 1000 August r104la which be or she wants to nuke
winner on the race
CLIP our THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1
Both Hips Crushed
Wllllamstown Ky Juno 23Whllo
driving sheep to pasture the horse
which Ellsh Ullllter was riding sprang
Into the air falling upon the rider and
crushing both hips He Is In a critical
the most popular teacher in
condition
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Examination of Teachers

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Frankfort Ky June

state

the house
board of examiners
of representatives Friday and will con
tlnue In session several days conduct
Ing the annual examination of appll ¬
cants for state certificates
Underwriters to Meet
Owensboro Ky June 23The local
underwriters association of Kentucky
will meet In annual session at Estill
Springs next Friday and Saturday
The meeting will be called to order by
W M Rudd of Owensboro who la
president of the association
ExGov Bradley For Wilson
Louisville Ky June 23Former
Gov W O Bradley Monday Issued an ¬
other statement denying that he will
be a candidate for the republican nom
nation for governor Gov Bradley
says he Is for A E Wilson

county

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