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Now tlfat ThT price of bread la
down, father can make the douh
Producers are Just bejjlnnlnff to dl
cover that no dividends will be paid
Well, everybody can remernber
when dollar wheat was the talk of
As the cold comes on soviet troops
we the need of turning swords Into
The American nerlal squadron In
Poland has paid something on account
NOT IF AS RICH AS CRESUS
If you were as rich as Cresus you
could not buy a better remedy for
constipation than Chamberlain's Tab
lets. They are easy and pleasant to
take and when the proper dose is
taken produce a mild and gentle effect.
They also strengthen the digestion."
TThtc ought to I) y0 (irv preven
tion day every ymr.
Automobiles are corning down, hut
It Is the upkeep that counts.
About the only sport on can
sure of any more Is solitaire.
Mnybe this Is the year In which the
profiteer Is caught folding the bag.
; Anyway, the overall fad had no
chance against the silk shirt mania.
MEN WANTED: For Hono
lulu the 8th ield Artillery mor
torlzed for Camp Grant, III. and
Camp Jacksun, S. C. Infantry,
Medical de part-!
ment, engineers and Field Artill
ery at Fort Leavenw .rth Kan.,
and Fort Harrison, Ind. Infantry
Many other branches'open in dif
ferent Posts and CaniDS. ApDly
to G24',a Main street, Evansville,
A WOMAN'S DECOMMENDATION
Mrs. D. T. Tryor, Franklin avenue,
Otsego, O., writes: "Nine years ago I
was very much afflicted with kidney
trouble. I bought different kinds of
medicine, but all to no effect, until one
clay I bought a box of Foley Kidney
Pills. I realized so great a benefit
from the use of that box that I feel
safe in recommending Foley Kidney
Pills to any kidney sufferers." They
relieve backache, sore muscles, rheu
matic pains and bladder ailments.
Sold by Jos. A. Mehringer.
Home bread-making Is urged to
drive the price of the loaf down. A
good many husbands, however, rather
than face that txtrvmlty, would pre
fer prices to remain as they are.
Nobody cares greatly to read the
story of the breaking off of a marriage
engagement In high society. The story
of the divorce later would be so much
The African pygmies who dance the
shimmy have bon Identified as the
gentlemen who put the "hot" In Hot
tentot. The coal men also may operate on
the theory that what the people don't
know won t nurt tnem.
OUT OF THE RACE
When a person wakes up with a
stiff back, has Dains in muscles, aches
in his ioints. or has rheumatic twinges.!
he lacks ambition and energy and can- CURED BY CHAMBERLAIN'S
not do his best. If you feel out of I COUGH REMEDY
the race, tired and languid, or have I Several years ago C. D. Glass, Gar
other symptoms of kidney trouble, you diner, Me., contracted a severe cold
should act promptly. Foley Kidney and cough. He tried various medi
I'ills help the kidneys do their work eines but instead of getting well he
and get out of the system the poison- kept adding to it by contracting fresh
ous waste matter that causes so much colds. Nothing he had taken for it
trouble. They give relief from sleep- was of any permanent benefit until
disturbing bladder disturbances. Sold a druggist advised him to try Cham-
by Jos. A. Mehringer.
Good morning I Have
you aeen The Courier7
Evanavillo'n best paper.' 9
Parent uro hereby requir
ing to instruct their children
to keep olT the premisea of
The Jasper Desk Company.
Trespassers will bo vigor
JASPER DUSK COMPANY.
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
KOK A KEKSISTENT COUGH
Some years ao H. P. Burbaße, a
student at law in Greenville, S. C, had
been troubled for a loner while with
a persistent coueh which he says
greatly alarmed me, causing me to!sail men or methods that stand in the
fear that 1 was in the first stage of
consumption." Having seen Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy advertised he
concluded to try it. "I soon felt a re
markable change and after using two
bottles of the small siie was perma
nently cured." . Auai4a
Miss Cleda Eckert returned to
Milltown Sunday after spending
fhe holidays with her parents.
Miss M. A, Wilson entertained
the Twer thieth Century club on
Cy Wilson returned to Purdue
the first of the weeV after a holi
day visit with his grandparents.
Mr, and Mrs, George Haberly
vrrnt to Evansville Tuesday to
spend a few days.
Misses Olive and Flora Traylor
returned to Indianapolis Sunday
after a holiday visit with their
motfcer and other relatives.
Messrs Custiman and Willis of
tht Suite Board of Accounts are
at the court hcuse looking over
Godfrey Lampert, Victor Fierst
and Joe Snyder spent New Yei rs
day in E-ansville and came back
Mr. and Mts. H M Kean en
tertained thf members of the
Christain Endeavor Society and
friends with a watch social New
It won't be many days until well
be In direct communication with
Just now the girls who bobbed their
hair last spring wish they had not
been quite so hasty.
If this price cutting continues they
will be giving away automobiles as
premiums with gasoline.
The overall fad offers no hopeful
alternative In the presence of a genu
ine autumnal cold wave.
IT'S GOOD FOR CHILDREN
Mrs. C. E. Schwab, 1007 Fourteenth
street. Canton. O.. writes: "We use
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and
nnu it one oi me Desi remedies on ine
market, especially good for children's
coughs, as it does not contain any
drug that is harmful." Serious sick
ness often follows lingering colds.
Hard coughing racks a child's body
and disturbs strength-giving sleep
and the poisons weaken the system so
that disease cannot be warded off.
Take r- ley's in time. Sold by Jos. A.
re's no sense In a woman's r.tnig
.g to make n holoe between a homo
and a career. If she has the propor
temperament she can und doubtless
wlIK hav both.
In connection with the statement
that the demand for bahy buggies. has
ralien on.ii per cenr it snouiu ne re-
membered that baby now goes out In
the benzine runabout.
That the soviet advocates have made
a ghastly failure In Russia Is evident
ly good reason to them why they
should continue their missionary ef
fort In other countries.
At Block' Book' Store
Almanacs for 1921, Repjensbur
ger Marien Calendar German
St Mishaps Calender, German
and English. Hinkende Bote.
German. Cathol'C Home Annual!
Card ol Thanks.
U7 ,,,:u aä wsm,
VVe wish to express our sincere
arpreciation to all those extend'
jinp; assistance during the illness
.oi me iaie juace jonn rjreiz
Mrs. John L Bretz,
Dr. W. D. Brctz,
Capt, R. B. Bretz.
BAD COLD AND COUGH
berlain's Couch Remedy. He says. "I
was completely cured by this remedy
and have since always turned to it
when I had a cold and soon find re
lief." The contention of Ko-Ko in 4tTh
Mikado that when m man la officially
pronounced dead, he Is dead to all
intents and purposes, has been sol
emnly confirmed by the action of the
war authorities in notifying a Mas
sachusetts lieutenant, In spite of his
repeated denials of the report of his
death, that his body Is now on the
way home-. Whether he could be
court-martialed for x Insubordination
In persisting In being alive, remarks
Baltimore American, Is now a ques
tion. THE JASPER COURIER stands
for the best things in life. In the
town and country homes. It advo
cates Improvements, better roads, bet
ter schools, better churches, and the
greatest political freedom and hon
esty in public affairs. The COURIER
has not and does not hesitate to as
way of the greatest good to the great
est number. Every progressive family
in the county should be a subscriber.
Yours is needed now. Send It in. Do
Subscription price $2.00 per year.
'Circuit Gonrl Convened
At th- Court house last Monday!
with Judge John f . Dillon on the
bench and Stanley KreiV to look
after the State's interests.
Geoige Murphy and William
Wise, two traveling thieves from
the lord knows where, ex-dratted
army men with tin medals and
ex-railroaders plead guilty to roh.
b;ng Geo. Brown's farm hnnqp in
Columbia townshin and wer snt
to the pen 2 to years.
The Evansville Courier's long
legged correspondent and an as
sociate attemDted to crraffc the
Schnell estate for $120 00 each
for 15 minutes work Judge Dil
lon told them that he thought 150
would be a big fee, but he allow
ed them oo each. And you
ought to have seen the other law
yers smile. But fen was that
while Horace reported the sen
tencesingof the bald, bad high
way robbers in the Evinsville
Courier, he did not say a word
about the grafting robbers hav
ing one half of their loot sliced
away. The Petersburg Demo
crat says at the close thp first
month's term there, "That the
more the people saw of Judge
Dillon the bitter they likec him"
.JUDGE JOHN F. DILLON,
Ut Jasper, WMO Opened niS nrst
terffli'of COUrt in Jasper, Jan 3d,'
FOR SAIiE.Domestic . coal
in car load lots. Prompt ship-
ment to dependable parties
Write, wire or call Tower Hill
Coal Company, Lir.ton, Ind, 2
A HOME COURSE IN
"Twenty Lessons in Domestic
science," by Marioh Cole Fisher, has
recently been received by us for re
This is a complete advanced course
in domestic science and home econom
ics boiled down to meet the require
ments of the housewife and the stu
dent. The entire course consists of twenty
practical lessons one hundred pages
I 1 1 .1 'it. 11 A. 1
IIIItu W,LI1 ie most, vaiuaDie lniorma-
tion the housewife can possess-here-
tofore taught only in domestic science
This book is priced at $2.00 per
copy and we understand it contains a
complete $100.00 college course, con
densed, and it is practically free to
Write the Home Economics Depart
ment of the Calumet Baking Powder
Company, 4100-28 Fillmore street, Chi
cago, 111., for full particulars regard
ing the book and how to secure it.
OLD GAG WORKS IN ST. LOUIS
Man PuU Up Security for MtUI Jab,
Thtn Finds Ht Has Nalths
Monty Nor Job.
St. Louis. -How would yoo HkO to
becomo kerr of the alWerwart at
Hotel Jefferson?" a stranger asked
Cosmic Stefen, a Ortek, here.
"Fln," exclaimed Stefen.
rrhen the. Job Is yours. Can
Stefen could and did. Ht gate
the stranger $1.372, which he drew
from the bank. A second stranger ap
peared and the money was wrapped In
a package for safe keeping and turned
o?er to hlra.
"I'm afraid I might be robbed, the
second stranger said. "Youiad bet
ter keep this, and he gave Stefen
the package. Both men departed.
Later, when Stefen opened the pack
age he had neither Job nor money.
Cut Tills Out It Is Worth Money
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c
and mall it to Foley & Co., 2835 Shef
field Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your
name and address clearly. You will
receive In return a trial package con
taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound for coughs, colds and croup:
Foley Kidney Pills for pains in sides
and back; rheumatism, backache,
kidney and bladder ailments; and
Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome
and thoroughly cleansing cathartic
for constipation, biliousness, head
aches, and sluggish bowels.
Sold by Joseph A. Mehringer.
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last Nights Orceins
What They Mean
DID YOU DREAM OF CHILDRCN?
NEARLY ail those who claim to be
verMd In the affairs of Dream
land declare the dreamchlld to be a
blessing. There are other a tew old
cynlcswho seem to look upon dream
children from the viewpoint of a. mod
ern landlord of the actual world. Ac
cording to the majority It la a good
omen' to hear or see many children
laughing and playing about the house
of -dreams. The little one will brtn
yoa success and if you Join in their
play there U much happiness in store
for you ; eepeclally If you hare no chil
dren of your own. To the childless
married and to the unmarried the
dreamchild -brings all the happiness
and good fortune which actual chil
dren ought to, and frequently do not,
bring their parents. Girls are thought
to be a luckier omen than boys; but
both mean good fortune and be sure
to play with them if possible.
It If net necessary, however, to
dream of seeing children In order to
be fortuc&te; though for a generally,
all-round good luck dream " there
should be many of them. To dream of
a single child means. If you are mar
ried, that one Is soon to be born to
you. If the child Is pretty, great pleas
ure ,and considerable good fortune
await you. If the child is ugly the
omen Is not so favorable.
If you have a child and dream of
seeing one In Illness It la a warning to
you to look more carefully and with
better Judgment after your child's
health.- This Is the generally accept
ed rule regarding dream-children.
The old grouches on the other hand,
say that ' to dream of talking with a
lot of children means losses, and to
see a child at Its mother's breast. Ill
ness, If you are not more careful of
your health. However, the lovers of
the dream-child are in a great major
ity. ' '
WHEN YOU ARE BILIOUS
To promote a healthy action of the
liver and correct the disorders caused
by biliousness Chamberlain's - Tablets
are excellent.' Try them and see how
quickly they give you a relish for your
food and banish that dull, stupid feel
' ' HowVThig? ,
Ve. offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any caee of Catarrh that can
hot be cdred by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
'Hall8 Catarrh Uure has been taken
by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty
five years, and has become known as
he rnopt reliable iiemedy for Catarrh.
Hall'S'C4&rrh Care acte ihru the Blood
on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the
Poison f rem the Blood and healing the
diaeied portions... , .
' After you have taken Hall's Catarrh
Cure fot a short time yoh will eee a
great improvement in ycur genera
health: Start taking Hall's Catarrh
Cine at once and get rid of catairb
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Ciiennjcy & Co., Toledo, .O
Sold by Diuggists, 75c. adv
Kidney und bladder trouble are not
limited to men.- Housework, or work
in o&ce.or factory causes .women to
suffer from weak, overworked or dis
eased kidneys... The symptoms are
fmnea under the eves, sallow skis,
constant tired feeling, lack of ambition,
eervous condition, backache, rheumatic
pains,- sore muscles, stiff joints.
get right at the cause of suffering and
tniieryregulste the kidneys and blad
der and restore c diseased organs to
sound and healthy condition.
Mrs. Wtn. FUcKr. 2009 Wo4bourM At,.
UuuTÜle. Ky.. writes: "1 m juat gtttiM 10(4
tat. I am taking FoUy KiJoy PiUs every tbr
rdtht. You abouli bav a en mm t(r I atari a4
1 was yellow aa gold, new my yaa a od akia arc
all cleared up. Ur kidacyad et bUMraa at
night aay apora. II it wtUkclf onM4brpet
aoul wba it auflarinf you may im cay asns
wbaravar your madiciot is dvtrtiaaJ."
For 8alebyJ. A. Mchringer
Final N.Y. Sale Price Nov. 24,
3tfs........ $92 30
first 4s 87 68
second 43.... 86.40
first 4s.... 87 50
second 4348. .87.16
third 4 s.... 89.28
fourth 4s.. 87,30
3X s 96.16
Our plan! Ueomplsts for crytKlAtf
yoa need in ths lias of printing and
tr) can. auurs too first grad work
04 Hmxn4rxnill ctoch. Ask us.
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paptismil (Font on Back of Twelve
ONE of the prettiest and most use
ful decorative pieces of art in the
great "Mormon" temple dedicated at
Laie, in the Hawaiian Islands, is the
baptismal font on the backs of twelve
brazen oxen, in accordance rrith the
font in Solomon's temple.
The design was made and the work
performed by Avard Fairbank, a
young "Mormon" sculptor (20 years
of age) who won honors in the Paris
salon at the. age of 14 and has had
Iiis work exhibited in nearly all of
the great American cities.
Every "Mormon" temple has a font,
much on the order of this one, but
with the development of art and sculp
tors it is safe to say that this is the
finest and that those to follow in
other temples may bz even more
These fonts are used largely for
'baptisms for the dead." The "Mor
mons" hold that we have always ex
isted and that death is merely a
transition into another state of use
fulness, but that as the Bible claims
that all who would be saved must
be baptized, a relative or friend may
act as proxy for a deceased person
end be baptized -in his name. If
thi! - deceased accepts, the action, he
may go ahead along lines of progres
sion; if not, the party who performed
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Avard Fairbahlfs, Sculptor.
the ceremony feels it a duty; well
Cd osphasiss fltanxrito of year
toincss or aimcaca yuiri
a sinugLXTTj TO IL3
of ttfo .prr x
cjid the peopto td Jtetcn t)
reason and nctT?S2 Our
Jktcf tfcoMzd of pco-
and ceo them at thb