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usuner maus. i iSxPFII PM IRIETRL MiwOlcda Eckert came home Several soldiers of the West . Emil Geisler, of Camp Knox,
n VUUIHnifrom Milltown to spend Christ- Baden hospital corp were hereby spent Christmas with his
raas. Christmas visiting friends. I Parents.
Wails out: 7:45 A vi 6:3 P-
Mails ia8:27 A. M , 9:24 A
7 :50P. M
, ' O&to 3chaaf, of the tL S. Ar- Aiber! Vonderschmidt was dSs- Mrs. Pe'ix Lampert, of West
'"A .myishere from Texas visiting 4 charged from Ft Harrison last .Sixth street is very ill wich pneu-
' '("his parents. ' Iweek and has returned tome. i mania-
Ed Kraft, of Mt Carmel,
ited relatives in Jasper this week, week.
N- B. Cummiskey went co
Franklin Tuesday to t pend Christ
Cledes Krodel. of Camn Knox.
JLiJ lis VJCAVilli XiUUlü
Tom Wilson came homp Xmas
to visit his pi rents, son and relatives.
Louis T. Koerner, State Board
Virgil Grammelspacher, of
Camp Taylor is spending the
holidays with his family here.
Misß Mare Jerger came down
of Accounts, was home with his from Louisville tosend Christ
wife for Xmas.
Frank "Pud" Kempf came
down from Chicago to spend
Xmas with Natives.
Chns KPer arrived home
Monav h ving been discharged
from the U S Army.
Roman and Gerald Kempf of
the U, 3. Army arrived in Jas
per Tuesday for a visit.
-AH ,ar industries board re
strictions will be removed Jan. 1,
the board announced
Victor Sprauer, of the U S.
Medical Reserve Corp, is visiting
his parents this week.
mas with home folks.
"Before I uael ChamberlarVa Tfibiets
I doctored a cjreat deal for stomach trou
ble and felt nervous nnd tued nil the
Miss btella Gullctte is home , Theso Tableta hel d me f rom the firat
num nuiuiiiauurK tu ueuu tue i ana jnsifle er a week B time l naa im-
hoJiday vacat on with hr parents.
Misses Clara Rumbacli and
Elenora Gosman. ct Evansville 1 Borr to Mr. and rs. Allie
are here visiting home folks this , Sermersheim last Saturdoy a
I . . . t 1 1 All
proved inevry way," wri ea Mra. L. A.
JDrin'card, Jefferson Ci'y,Mo.
Walter Mehringer is at home
from Terre Haute, having beeii
discharge from the S- A. T C
Miss Evelyn Cox, of Princeton
is1 visiting her unce and aunt,
Joseph Klueh came home from
3jerre Haute to spend the holi
days with his parents.
Cut Thiü Out It Is W orih Money.
D"n'l Mips This. Cutout this slip,
enclose with 5c to FoIgt&Co. 2835 .-jhef-
Hold Avo.t Chicago. 111. writing your
name anri sddiesa clearly. You v. ill re
ceive inr Pjttun n trial narkage contain
i g Foley's Ho ey and Tar Compound
for coughs co'.d' and croup, Fotay Kid
ney Pill and Foley Calhart-c Table's.
Jos A Wehringer. adv.
Major E. A. Sturm" U S. A'
M C. was home from Camp
Grant to spend the. Xmas holi
days with his family,
Frank Ii. Stephenson, princi
pal of the Jasper Schools, left
Friday to spend the holiday a- all.
svv et little girl, and now Allie
will have to write mp-rG insurance.
A girl of Mr. Job- Marks,
aged a lout 8 years, died Wednes
day abou nron The funeral
was held ai: St Joseph's church
Thursday at 4 p. ni. Tho bereav
ed parents have the .sympathy of
cation With home i'oJks at Leb
Ocar Blessingrer, of Cmp
Tayioi en nj co Jasper on a fu
lough Monday ana was taKej
down with malaria levoc at d is
now at his aunt Mrs. Donahoe. r,ouvi agrwd about 70 yc-ais He
,'ohn Alley, for many years one
of 'he lFsdi'-g fum'ture manu
te Saturday after
Robert Hunter and wife, of
Providence, Ky, came Chriscmas
day to spend a few days with the
formers parents, Mr, and Mrs,
W. S Hunter.
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
Bplndid for croun." tfri ea Mrs. Ed
ward Hasset, Frank fo-t N. Y. "iIy
children have been ouicklv relieved of
Inciana had 31,980 influonz. attacks of this drea Uul complaint by its
cases in Novpraber and 46.57-3 ii'i.use-!,t rhia remedy contains no opium
O, rtu ,.,1 0f0.a or other nnrcortic, and may be eiven to
oher, dcordmg to the state a chid afc ccnfid01,tl ya, tau adlllt.
. Mr,' and Mrs. Frank IOipn and
Ex sher ff Albert and wife, o ;Mrs. Wilfred Shanner, of Evans
Boonville ive been 'n Jasper ,vil e ar visiting Mr. and Mrs.
tVt m t --.r-plc v'sitinjr thir W W- Guilette this week,
daughter Mr. Bertha Armstrong; ,
who i. verv or with pneumonia j And Christmas it snowed;
Her bro Llovd also came uufthe first of the season; if the o'd
for a few day? . j-snying is true we ar oing to
have twenty four more before
the Mav flocvers bloom.
A bargain. läO acre' farm well
improved with good bi ildinjrs Qrt For PIun ind Qrip,, Coughs
arid fences Can be boucht rmht. "I had an awf.d cold that left
VV'Ml or.rkh T.ihorVv BnnH in rinv with a dreadful cou2r'I,,, sayo Mr
ment. Located four men N
Can be boupht right. "Iliad an awf.d cold
.ihprr.v BonH in nnv : with a dreadful coucr'J,"
" -' . tt' cj : r 4. t td ui. i
Honay and Tar and it cured me com
pletely." This grand remedy should be
in every household at this time when
influenza, grip, coughs and colds are so
provant. Contains no opiates.
Jos. A. Mehringer adv.
--as the son of Jacob Alles who
was in the furniture business on
the public square from 1850 to
1885 John was one of the ori
ginial owners of the old Jasper
furniture Company, now Jas
per Desk Co. it was then con
trol, ed by John Alles and the late
Frank Joseph, He was twice
married and leaves a widow, sis
ter and brother to mourn his. death
His omy chi d died in irfancv
Hewasturied at t Josephs
Moncay, Dec 23 May he rest in
There are few indeed who escape hav
inp; at least ona cold during the Vintf r
month , and they are fortunate who
have bur me and get through ir 'quickly
ani without any serious consequence-.
Take Cham! erlain's Cougl Remedy and
bserve the directions with each-, bottle,
and you are likely to be one of the for
nnate one?. J he worth and merit of
this remedy haß been fully proven
here are many families who have al
wavs usfd it for years when trcubled
me with a cough or cold, and witu the very
TVf httat results.
in & -
I an Friedman was home from
Louisville over Christmas to vis
his parents .
V'ctor Salb returned from the
army Wednesday and is age in in
his Drug Store.
Mrs. George Friedman is re
ported as being very ill, and sev
eral members of her fami y have
been called to her bedsides.
The High School class"" has is
sued a small newspaper with
lots of school news, it is called
the the :Gomet.M May il blaze
its brilliant way.
Hritzie has quit singing "Die
Wacht om Rhine". The Ü. S. A.
Soldiers ate uow the Watch cn
the Rhine and Fritzie's song is
unpopular Fashions change
Also in -Jasper.
By this time r ext week Dubois
county tviU have a new set of
County officers. ChadesBartly
will be County Clerk, Hobt
m 11. . a -1 m t - i
oranoir, snerm, josepn öona v
man, treasurer; Louis T, Bless
ingi r succeeds himself, so docs
Jas. Soger, Auditor Seng holds
over for another 18 months.
Mrs. Bertha Armstrong
Wife of Otis Armstrong, died
of pneumonia Tl. ursdav erening
at 5 o'clock, aged about 34 years.
She was the daughter of Albirt
Traylor and was born in Boone
township She leaves her bus
band and three sma'l children,
besides her father, mother, sis
ters and brothers to mourn her
death. I'he remains were taken
to Boonville Friday for buriai.
AVOIDING SOFT CORN LOSSES
How Proper Management Enables
Corn Crop to Get Ahead of
West of Ireland. Write to C V.
Haworth, Kokomo, Indiana.
Catarrhal Deafness CauooA be Cared.
by local applications, aa thev cannot
reach the diseased portion, of the ear.
The e ia oni one way to care deafneee,
and that ia by constitutional remedies,
DeafneH is caused by an inflamed con
ditionof tla mucouB lining of the Eusta
chian Tube. When ihis tube is inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it 18 entirely closed,
Deaffneea ia the reeu:t, and unless the in
Ivo Bohnert is home from Illi
nois, where he has been attend
ing college, to spnd the Christ
mas acation with his parents.
Misses Ardella Vonderschmidt
I land Marie Gumble came up from
flammation can be taken out and the.Evansville Tuesday for a two
tubo restored to its normal condition ! weeks vidt with Mr. and Mrs.
hearing will be destroyed forever. Many Prank Vonderschmidt.
cases cl deafneös are caused by Catarrh ,
wuiuu ia u luuniudu umiiuiuuu. ui uidi r , -i t. , H -r-
waicoim iNe ascnaerer, Der no
Blessinger and Clarence Schnei
der of the S. A. T C. at lnrliftna
tVenillgivcOtie Hundred Dollarafor TTnivorcit.v Viqvo Wn Mhvc,nA
afnycapeofCatarrh.il Deafness that can, j j
mucous surfaces. Rail's Catarrh Cure
acta through the blood on the mucous
aurfaca? of the evstera.
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Circulars free. All Druggists
REAL ESTATE FERS.
Margaret Theroff to Arsena
Ranev, 2 acres, $180
Egid Schnell to Jacob W.
Schnell 103 acres $2,500,
Adam Blume to Wm. James,
pt, E 1-2N W 34 2 5 $700, ,
Amando E Spurlock to Syrena
J, Maxey, lot 13, Duff. $225
Irvin Whaley to Omer Wor
man, 120 acres. $1800. ':
Charles J. Grabbrr to John
Hoffman and F. A- Schlachter,
100 acres, $3000
Ernest R. Brundick to Citizens
Trust Co- pt lots 49 and 50 Hant-
Geo, S- Prechter et al -o Jocob
A. Prejther, 140 acres. $3500
James O, Sanders, to Mathais
Good morning! Havelcoile?e work.
'trmi jflcr Win flmTrioT'9 i
will return tc school after the i G. Lueken, 31 50 $1000.
holidays to complete the years
Children smrle whnn they Uk
1st. It tastes good.
2nd. It make them tttl good,
3rd. It will turn a distressed, fretful
child into a happily smiling one.
Becaur; it is just what children ought
to have for feverish colds, coughs, croup,
"snuffles" and heavy .wheezy breathing.
It putt a hcalini, soothing, coatial on a feveriah,
inflamed, tickling throat, and it stop coughs
quickly. It it good for croup, too.
It contains bo morphine, chloroform, or other
drug that you would not like to give to young
children, and it is just as effective forgrowo-upa.
Soidby Jos. Ä. Mehiiner
Pin Kept Him Awake Nights,
J. Vf. Peck,Coraopoli8 Pa writes: ''I
aufferered terrible pain ; unable to lie
down at night. Tned three different
doctors. Three weeks ago began taking
Foley Kidney Pills; improvement in
mv condition is really wonderful " Use
Fole Kidney Pills for ki Ineya, hladder
trouble, backache, rheumaifm.
Jos. A. Mehxinger adv.
Wsr department ordered that
Soldiers honorably discharged
will wear, two scarlet chevrons on
the left s.eeve.
Laura Sanders to Ma'.hias G
Leuken 90.50 $5000
Martin Braunecker Trus. to
Mary Braun eeker el; al pt. lot 21,
Mary and Cecelia K. Brauneck
er to Martin H Braunecker trus
tee, pt lot Hunting $1.
George Seubcld to Charles
Monkbaus U acres, $1000.
Sarah E Sin.mons to Robert
Tabor, 3 acres,
An ear of hard corn may break, but
It never bends. An ear of soft com
bends easily, but it never breakSi
Sometimes water may even be wrung
out from such corn.
A "soft corn year" Is disastrous.
The corn can't be stored, and can't be
sold. It muscle fed at onc& with the
result that hundreds of carloads of fat
Courier Cl fiffi-Ii
Save 75 Cub
Mrs. Isley's Letter
In a recent letter Mrj. D. V. iFlev of
Litcüfieid, 111. eaya, "I have used Cham-,
berlain's Ta' 1 c "r.r die.nders,- of tne !
Edwin Knehler camp V nmp stomach and aw a axative and have.
i tu i. 4 m f found them n out'-k and sure relief." If I
liuiii iiie otuueuis Army irain- you aro ,ronheA with hshon or i
Oarap at Lafayette last Fn conmpation thete tabK-ts will do you t
day and is once acajn selliner ; good
a & i
Iffiocenes in Hi? lather s store.
(Alse shoft-pol"sh, en?)'
jForCrcup, "Flu" and 'Qrip" Coughs
; AI. T. Davis, Inadine merchant of
13oarsville, . Va. writes: A few
nitihts ago one of my patron?? had u
pmall child tHKen with croup about mid
nicht. Came to my store and got Folev'e
Honey and Taf Compound. Before
morning the child entirely recovered. ;
Parents can't say enough" for ' Foley's
Honey and Tar." ' s
Jos, A. Mehnnger adv.
F R E
An opportunity is presented oar read
era this month to secure The Evausville
Courier daily for one year and The Jas
per Courier weekly one year at the rate
of 15 75. The regular price for both pa
pers is $ 6 50.
It ie expected that hundreds of people
will take advantage of this chance to ge
their favorite cit daily find Lome week
ly at a moderate price. If your sub crip
Hon does not expire until later, your
time will be extended one year. Tbie
low rate is made howoVer oal ia the
jao& of October.
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
hM4 jinn card
Write at once for the OIL WORLD
Gives important and valuable ur
to-the-minute information regard
in the KENTUCKY and TENN
ESSEE OILJFIELDS Don't de
lay, get posted on wonderful re
cent developments in OIL; it may
mean a fortune to yru The stock
boom is here and OILS lead. Read
the OIL WORLD. '
Soft Corn (above) Full of Water, Hard
Corn (below) All Corn.
hogs and fat steers must later on be
marketed at the same time to the
disadvantage of all concerned.
But why grow soft corn, when a
crop of hard corn costs less per
Corn Is planted when the soil is still
eold, and just after the soil has been
leached by the winter's rains. Avail
able plant food in the soil is lacking.
The reserves in the seed are soon ex
hausted, and then the plant "hangs
fire" makes no growth, remains sm.-ill,
spindling, and sickly until such time
as the weather warms up and soil
plant food begins to become availab'e.
Available plant food, especially avail
able phosphoric acid and ammonia,
when applied in fertilizer have won
derful effect in saving timci In getting
erowthstarted early in the season.
RED CROSS WQMEfl "
CITED FOR BRAVERY
American women ac Epernay, south
of Rheims, have boen cited in an or::er
of tho day for remaining at their pts
in an American Red Cross canteen un
der bombardment for six days.
Throughout tills battle they continued
to feed and care for wounded.
Besides such Incidental benefits aa I
the lmnrovement In flrure and health
I that we've reaped from our meatless,
wheatless days, think of the fun we've
had out of them the new cr) of
jokes, Jibes, topical son:s am! car-
i toons to replace the mother-in-law
joke and the boost to our reputation
; for ready humor I
I E. P. GAGE COMPANY j
I 161 Devonshire St. 1
lt.. Ä I BOSTON, MASS . it
mm anna. I ;
, J " .4
Eighty miilions or. men can- !
not be taken out of production 0
for four years without lasting 5
losses of yltld. It will be years
before their fields recuperate,
farms are .estored and herÜ3 re
stocked. Save food.
40 Cents Per Pound
OTTO SENG'S CONFECTIONERY
2d and Mam Ste. JASPER, INDIANA.
IS ' J Tlr 03ly Baking PowdSÄ
IfeÄ y ! from Royal Grape tSHL
Cream of Tarr
A Years Subscripüon to
u i it;
is worth more to
family life today
Ihm ever bef ore
THE COMPANION j?ives th : cest
amount of everything vorth rei-d.ng,
an abundance of Fict.j.n, of Entertain
ment, of Informing R ?adint. cf F"rt
and Humor, besides the Special Pages
for each one of evr-ry age. It appeals
to the families with highest ideals.
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