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I ln?",hat VÜUr, Ueiit't r'""" v thoef;
.j t,r. " -1 nun, wnne a oountttul rennst
J?iH!Sav M .far all at th. dinin.S
sauanlla. till I lnI n..i .i. .....i...
JbV. . " rituur if.lon. In
aor i,.rf.,i0r.l,CfB,Ji,tl r'U" iMMlWllntTHa.
a tit, v ü . rri f" tB1 r"".11 b to J ASPlK courier
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A lif Twe
The German Dav eelehratinn in
Jasper Tuesday was a grand sue
cess, notwithstanding tlie unpro
pttious weather for two davs pre-
iou. luesdav nmmtnn ilu-n.!
bright and clear, but a little cool for
t jcnic. ine crowds begun com
ing into town bv S o'clock, and the
My W. C. Lalta, Agriculturist.
LE Univeusitv Kxpkk- 1 1
Station, May IS, '95. J
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FRIDAY, MAY 24, lSflT
Issue of 96.
Eery aat.r Mil year will be railed ap
aa t. Tte at the elertloa for Pretldeat
aaa ttipntMi, a aw. a the C tutorial
I araUaa. T. ta aa t.tntc.!r eTery
hoal4 mtmdr . . j
ii, n Bum uuuuuiu n aiMii nruuni
JTrJJ' J cow the many tastv decoration. nn.1 tlm
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tr-thfu, 4 ry. M iu hari . "OU5 getting ready to join
" iuc i.viiu procession.
aaa la.artlallr. It U a Uk
TALE Or TWO XATIOXS." I -
The tram was met at im rnrinr.
tnh no a-.. C iL. i
4e ,,e.f 3 " rsca lur ",e speaKers, ana
t writtesj in I '""1 wmeui uieni unique
. ... land laiifi?tr?i- in 1iJ- ..
The earlv nl an toil enm Im lwfn
The crowds begun com- senously damaged by the recent
rn hi- S nVWl- rl 1. ""OStS and it lias lu'tMi i"r!tiV;iHvilo.'
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II. R. train about 10 brought in live royed in some localities of south-1
a a , . C 1 t 1 a a
em inuiana by the cut worm. j
This insect is now unusuallv
prevalent and destructive through-:
OUt the State. The rootmt onli.
7i w. . . o
growin ana tnust placing it more
fully al the mercy of this all-devouring
Thera will ) tnmli lontin
of corn, as all who fear the ravages'
oi ine cut worm, or have already
suffered therefrom, will want to
plant as late as possible, so as to
car loads of jeopIe with the fine
omkis irom ten city ami Chrisnev,
with a crowd of people, and the
vi'vuMVIC V ItiW 1 1 I III . .1 I V I " f v- A UW 1LLL11L
h?hanklin andC.G.R. 3Ioutoux. of hveatl,er IuLS worked further har
anderbure countv. and th siiU. he young corn bv retardini:
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waits men presented a livelv scene,
I hundreds walking around viewing
--- awut u noai5, some ot them unique i"ullL iW 1Mlu ils ossiuie, so as 10
iml ami laughable in their construction, avoili the "eating stage" of this in-
.e while all were creditable. A verv sect- Where this pest is at all
handsome one bore thirtv voung abundant it will hardly be safe to
misses, aresseü m whitf. with ro,l
badges on their breasts designating:
.a . . .... . P C
ov oi me pnncipat cities ot the Ger
man empire. itn toi lownd th
Emperor, impersonated by Mr. Vir
gil Greene in gorgeous uniform and
helmet on horseback. V
the tmperor act n"th becoming dig
nity, ana presented a tine
niani corn esoeciaiiv mmn snd
ground much earlier than the first
of June. The iniDortant mist?nn
therefore, to those who deem it nec-
eary 10 piant so late, is, what are
the chances of maturing the crop?
tll M . .. . 0 .
t nue u is not jKssibie to predict
the character of the season, which
nas a controlling lnlluence on the
a the iuKUIniMil... bo
the reraa of ta rfrrUmg J lateretlar
irr .m.mw cnples
The COCKIER will .reeat elf I...
er have either oae eat. petBald. to every
" Pt who will par
year.' .nWrlpil. Ia aJvaace. Aar eae
waatlac hU book ran aare the addi.
tfal eae .eat the far S3 reata. Do aet
fall ta read thea. befere pollticiaa, wara
J-rJ.ip.t by fallaele. aal eadearor
be t the C1 KI K tt -T. 'T IV.
kaLM r .. a-- - J w I 1 1 1 1 V M Tl f I TlfUCflnrOl f a .
.Tlt1 rn..Bn.v t ance though some remarked that I T;lte of development of the crop, the
. rTtne tOLRiEK hopes, after the t r.am c Etiwn.nnt i..,,, A
. " "4 iuv i eopie at v.Hnr rml,m..n tu ,i of ntor.vst it
the Mav elwtinry ,Ut I x wc auvutiu uuai
. .w., lUai nit: tun I
Iward oi Jasper, will not suffer the
summer to go bv until a svstem oi
X. t a-
7 BhZlrrt Wftr one for visitors of lennine the effect of dateo'f plit-
tern" and HiJST? hum- The ckvard had a 2) on the time required to mature
a start should h ,Aja r 'T agner wagon shop with average yields fkom earlv and
buildin- it. a aozen ftanas lronn? and putting l,vte planting ok corn.
hen planted. Uus-hels, per acre.
MV 1st 41.0
May Sth to 11th 40.4
May 15th to 16th 39.S
Mav 21st to22d 37 3
May 2Sth to 30th 31.7
THAI ANT II
JM ReadyFor Immediate Use.
The Charles Moser Co.
Lorte, EvaBsvie & St Li
Consolidated B. B
fcTHE AIR LINE."
5 Miles the Shortest 53
ISetwenn I.u.iiHville aM; St. i,0ijU
The Vroforroil Koute to Mlfi
TIM K OAItO IN KKFKCT. aan
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lJU 12.10 I.V. I'rln'.. r ' M.
a' Ar. St Y ... .V 2
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... KVAXSVILLK DIVISION.
' "W 1.00 fjj
We arc sole agents for these Paints in Jusner. Wo aim in Un,, ii...
Hkst. Do.t be deceived by other people's statements, but investigate "l, Jaiipw ArW&i
for yourself. Some of the best hoiwos in .lasn.r ..rr. ,4;t.,.i ...:,k 1 n
The "Economy" is guaranteed to give satisfaction, and it is cheaper
than white lead and oil. Tiy them and be convinced.
We arc Headquarters for White Lend. I.in.....,i ..,1 ti.... . w
,.: i- 1 y . ' .-V vjiiuji Ulis, uuu
stains, arnishes. Carri.-ifo n.nntc Pi..r.- ; r 1 ...
colors, Artists tube paints, Hrushes. Ktc. Don't be aVnm I n,o ,1
see us. i our friends for Ernvnuv
MODEL DRUG- COMPANY
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Xew Spayd Ulock, Jasper, Ind.
W 'JOCKl'ORT DIVISION,
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u-v) H. I.v. Lincoln r .."'P '".
: 10.33 m
1. B. Uran.vock, Manager.
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I.m.n.m. 52 jj
12.10 8.W Lv. Lincoln r 7 ." tm-
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Sr"The IT. S. Supreme Court on
Monday kncked the income tax
law skywards. The corporations
were able to raise an ante big
enough to cause Justice Shiras. who
was a corporation attornev before
he was made a Judsre.
square on his opinion rendered four
weeits ago. it is evident the U. S.
constitution should be amended,
and all the Judges be elected bv
the People, for short terms only.
up a wagon; the City Flour Mills
had a handsome small rnvurfv? n.
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veyance. drawn bv one Ii
donkey with the praises of "Patoka
Lilly" and Home Ind
blazened upon it: the Lodiro nf a
0" U. W. had a fln.it wntU kKm.
- Vital .4
ters representing a sick man
irac- The earliest planting vields most, ft
tft and the latest, about one-fourth
n f I i i -i . ii i
May 4th to Cth
May 14th to 16th
May 24th to 2Gth
June 3d to 5th
June 13th to 15th
Average No. days.
uuuu .me u im, and an..... ri , ,
number of Ä.imHI.n XiSLles' rhese TGSul have been se-
representin.: widows and o rphan, fUr f " I,eculiarI-v subJtct
beinS looked after hvth. ffiw h, which accounts for the
SM j-ppt-s K of 50111 ear,y and
, r .Xera: Horner J ance beinc but 2 a month Tf,Pr,JDAY3 Reqciked to matike early
fr!f l,- ? .V 7 h w6ntl cannot Particularize,
and wa arrested but escaped from Arriving at the grove about din
Martin county officers, and came to ner ümCÄ
Dubois, fehenn Cannon found he under the shade o theeS c
was stonpini: near Hnntln!. V Inci"e
S SZTV n-J- . Wo give the average
would ran il he corirtacht ofhim. lf ',' "".,J;J fi. "a?K- l'"rce 7C!,rs w.lth "liam-earlv
be thoocht Sherin Caj-i.Ir l,i i, --.....uut Kea iw um, ana are, tneretorc, anproxi-tergS-CrSÄlnell'fi
Ge.aD..anä then delh- mately correct for this latitude. It
SherSfwent oveTf ulrrSl S. L ?!?.. . ?PInt planting 30 or ? days
and brouriit his prisoner back mlm.je. . i T iu,U":"e enonens trie time required to
tbeeven4,aDdthPeTheriffof PLr" lFJ ll .'" resctivcly' two or
tmPi iftAi-h;!... I ""K"" music, ioo. mey uireeweeKs.
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n av 4i
W.AI. Ilo.VAH.Trav'K iW AJr't.'st. -Bli
A F ßR0THERs
L"r.V . . OESIRE TOi
vu iii auenimn nt m ,
n.t 'in., I. "'Y.l'M"c lOi
iUÜ1 Uli,t u,y are stil n the
Trwtee Prmitt EKia't Make lt.
ine iK&ru oi county commis
sioners met Monday to settle with
Jonn 1'ruitt, the Trustee who was
turned out of office by court. He
maue a partial report, but the com
missKMiers were not satisfied with
it, and sent him back to complete
"i "v luuumug oruer was entered:
Comes now John Pruitt, ex-Trustee
oi jenerson township, Dubois coun
ty, Indiana, and files his reptrt, in
wincn ne cnarges himself with the
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Boavl faI.$ l.ji) 62 f 25
Tp. fand H!0 17 431 GO
Sfcial fBH5i05 41.1 SS
Takioa fHH247 70 1731 55
AAililBd. S4 32
were pnthnstifif fJ f,nj I i i r . . .
nZ V wuwiug I muh in. auove iacis oeiore us.
Snap shot" wa takn of nnn flnnl nnrlor n.; -f :r. .i:.: !
them lllt n hO rulöin n nhnm.-. Iif-..tl.) t .l .i .
Warranted Superiorto any Bicycle built In the World,
Regardless of Price.
i:-nd th following opinion or one of the mot prominent
American dealer who ha sohl hundreds of Uit"c mIk"i "
Indiana IMcyele Co.. Indianapoll.. InT""01'' V" Ct' 2' L
x-.. t r.i ie ; a riey .-Con ner :unl Helle came to hand
J ! f - v urt' af.nlul y"u :tv, ?,, ,,t " In- tnli priced wneel
lv mi-take. Yiu int .... t.. t..n .. .1 1. ";
Ilfcb Krame Wood "-t :.y that Vt U. hV.üt tVp r,n. tu p ul
i:nii!.. letaehablcTire wli" l w. have ever feen. and. moreover, we have faith In it
eorcIier. weJKht 21 'Ith""- ,,;,,"4 onl-v " f,,r averley we Yiave iold
. tin-year and la.t umd you know that u a rijclit umhI nuuiher)
Meel Kims Waver haw ; never iuul sie frame nor fork bmkrn. e ther from
ley Clincher Tires, accident or defert. and that 1 more than wo can say of nnv other
weight 21 lb . . H.-.. wbwl. however lugh grade, so cuII.hI, that we sell. We nMiiru"
Kegutar t r.uiuMime "'ate ourselves every day that we are the Waverlev agents
WiÄ nropVnune; if Utku y. fKKCKK itCo.
same we!ght: mui Illustrated Catalogue Free.
Uidle- I) j a m n nd. "
W..O., a,,,,,.,,.. . iHDIAMA BICYCLE CO., Indianapolis, Indiana.
MILBUEN & CO., Exclusive Agents Jasper.
S S HERE.
1 r-a ra r-s. -m
Total 743 &2 271 1 43 f 1037 49
would seem wise to delay the plant- YitZ W MILLINERY I
mo tf noaicin. Hl . ii. r? .1
of June, by which time the cut ALL. TH I ÜTPQT 0rx ro
worms will have about finished their LL ' Ö S TYLES
banquet on "spring greens." b .. ,
if the earlier varieties of corn, Prettlr Than Ever Before. All Shapes of Hats
crown in the north third nfth sfifo t c.,: n i ...... ...
are planted the fiwt week! ' "X .Ci ZT. ',nces-. u are invitecl to call and inspect
they will mature under averairecon- I X, W""IRI -uu uu or n0l as we wanl a to k"' "hat
aj a j aa i.
thalÄ ?s?ffi They were heartily applauded.
township for the voar ISft4 H?n C 9- Moutoux delivered !
paid, and that said Trustee has no f?teA I,tcrary ld in
money to pay to said funds the u an ,llch wel1 received
c. TO .1 ..." . , by those who paid attention tn ;
-"' iircjii. iie saia report is 1 1,.. i . " t
al-o dpfiV,W im, u.rll: i 0 thcre was so many there who 5
Trustee has failed to report thefoll "P??01 Amcrica better, that it
amount of ordersoutstandina,n,f UIU, "ie attention it
said township. It is therefore or- 0affL,0;fc(lS. r , r
dered that this matter be, and the i Cho,r , ,a,d3 and Ken
same is berebv conünue! tül the ?r men.rsa.n endidiy, and then
first Monday in June, 1S5, without ",7 Mm A "9' ?-sed him
approval, and the ex-Trustee is or- k -,m sPfking piece, because
dered to make a complete report .u ,e knevr !hat cro;vd wn,Id
f rather dance, and at it they went
First riMMiii at IrdMd. and from that time on tho "-ww,..'.
wn next feundaj-, Mar 2Cthf dur- ut on wsw illustrated
ing the high mass", which will y-nn K1"Sut,s breeze drove the
at 9 o'clock, the children of fhe doon?- After thl the dance
t mt . T . . t i . ... I rvinhnnol oi L ...-!.. T T . t tv ....
vuui-v-u ai ire jana win re- , lk s nan uu a
oetve first holy communion. It will Iate hour ami a were satisfied,
be a gala day for the congregation, Mtawrial Servic
an tkT 7 ' i- attend- Lemmon church, n Boone town-
B.. WÜ1 kbrate the high Ira., I . E,aJe, llwn 'Sril"'
, ,tBIl' sermon will lw S,".r,"l"l."fnite.m!iaBf,
preKbed htr Iter. Father D.Barlbcl ' !Hi?nt !',h. "o flu.
O.S.B. ' : rÄ." !' ! 'k W pant. u,l
Durfe.hijh , collection 1 -l'Äiti
. -.v. rui .in: oeneni Ott " ,t J yinK me.
the aew church fund. 1 Mar ,T C, Sept. Poor Asyl
ditions, in 90 to 100 days, wfth the
chances decidedly in favor of a fair
yield of sound corn.
AUL RUN DOWN
No Strength nor Energy
CUKI IT USING
LEMING & MHBUKN,
At Miss M. Kuebler's former store, west of Court House, in Jasper.
DUBOIS COUNTY AGENT FOR
frr- -r . iaaaaa
THE EMPI8E MEL I
-Sereral yr aKo. my blood wa In
hn.il ciin'llUon. my system all mn down,
and my pei,rai health very niwh Im'
nl I Pili I Ianil . . . .
raiioi ere covereti wim
tarKe -mrM. dlcharplncall the time. I
liail no trenEth nor timny and my feel-
llltTH iiHn-Un .1 ! it, ......... '. . .
tont . I commence)! taklne Ayer's San.
lf al II a inil m . hntl. .. -
..... ..... ., ... inTij.iciHnp' tonne
r.etter. Mv atttltp returnMi nn.i -;k
It. renewed strenjnh. KneonraKed by
my health wa-j redore,l."-A. A. Towns,
ui4u jiuujc, iiiuiniou, .UaK.
lit is the BEST Because
It is what we claim it to be a POSITIVE FORCE FEED
It sows with the same gear, the same quantity of wheat or oats.
It is the only drill in the world that will do this.
TIIE FORCE-FEED FEKTlXIZEIt ATTACHMENT
usuu on in in piro urni is rast Htiperscdiiifr all
It is the only one made that is a FORCE FEED.
It does not paste nor clog up.
Jt distributes an even continuous stream.
vioin covered nnsL-ofo on
as above cut for 817.(M), and üp.
wards. Wooden oneoc r:..,..,.i
complete for 811.00.
Ye will furnish Metalic Caskets,
within o hours, at um iit-;.. f
f o.00 and upwards.
All COOds delivurnrl froo rtt.0,..
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any place m the country. Kurni-
ture delivered any place In town.
All needinir this k-ini
m J v CllHV
please uive us n rail
ine our stock. We also carry a fine
hue of FUKXITURE of all kinds.
Everything sold at reasonable
IC3 a " I'MMUIJJltV
we are nrenarnd fn
. i (,uiHIIH,i; Cilll.
iALf S BROTHERS.
iV v. Corner Public Snnnro
JASPEK. - - IXniAVA
The lown Rings
witn tue news cf our present great
Sale. When wo
in the benefit.
portunities havo come to
of late, and
hence tho ex
uos n ow on
The PoDular Store of
It is taken apart without loosening a nut, spring, bolt or key. fnt
If fWfle nilf oll Mir. ti1.ncttl.nl I ' J fctOCk Of
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
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It fccd.s nut nil Mm nlinattlirtf ffc 111 ill. lai-W
Also have a complete stock of
LAMPrPT'Q RFfiT lAlAOnuc
Plows, and all kinds of Fannin- Implements. Come
Examine. FLU. TV r .amppwt
Aug. 10, 1S4. Wct Oth Street, Jasper. Ind
JUMBO JEANS RANTS.
PI t$!) t0 f!05f OUt on.
i 1 a
taattBe auinlini.1 . .1. ...
v... VT. r " Mim cuiirn 01 in l,n Iril
I. . : ;Ti p """""" Kf prorltlont cf tie
Uw of IthlUniKurrrtilBK'ttcli IC;. ,B
I Jfar IS. mii.u .........
Irelaad, laJ. TFine Job Printine at th! nn?oo '. u
Mens, Beys m Vonllis Cteth.
as wc have decided to discon
thislincof Merchandise and now
OFKK ur Stork of lotl;iii0
at i)riccs which mean sales. This
is not to advertise our stock but to
give the public a chance to save
money in tho purchase of clothinc.
and to assure our patrons when we
place an advertisement we mean
what we say. Respectfully,
ÄOltilLlN & GRAY.
Farmers' Honm f
(Uh Mill treet, Jaiper, Ind.)
Tla Q4-a.AMM.A.4. T r a. . PHILIP KASTiNHIt. PropV.
ine strongest Jeans Pants in the World. Thi-mmrHito.hi.,ihb,.Bi.,rogh.
1.... .. i..ii ..a ... - y nvorlmiilud. mid ri'lttcil m...- t i.r..i..,i,....t
Also a full stock of Clothing Dry Goods, Motions, Boots
ECKERT S NEW STORE,
1 1. ; .' v . . iiiniiiKiiiiiii,
t-i... .7.1 111 ir,P"'H' nt'rtiilnnipnt.
Jn.i Hi !"u w,,w,y bufoitud wi-IUuppllud,
and prlec will b reiiMonnblu.
A Rood stable for fiirtncrs homes, nnd
clicap tvu d.
A ood bar, well iippHpd with thooholccdt;
Ufiuom and cIkum, and polite attention al
ways. (.Ire 1110 a call.
Ucc.JW.W-y I'MILIF KAITMKE.