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A LITTLE NONSENSE
TliorotiRli. ttut Not lVdnwtlc. Mln Smith's New Hat and What Ii I Sa - .VANSVIJLLE INDIANA HE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE MEN AND UOYS OUTFITTERS AT RETAIL IN THE. CENTRAL, STATES. MEMBERS RETAIL MERCH-VNTS ASSOCIATION WE ARF CONDUCTING A RED TAG SALE. This is one of the greatest reduction sales in the history of our store. -5th OFF OA ALU Our Men and Boys Suits, Trousers and in ter Overcoats. Special lines of Men's Suits at $5 and IS. 50, formerly sold at much higher price. Also specialized sales in Men's hats, caps, shoes, and furni rings. This is the time for the tardy buyer and bargain seeker to get in their work. Our rebate plan re mains in force during the sale It Pays ToTrade He re COME OR LET US HEAR FROM YOU. ESTA3LISÜED lis -Sir i&.?tm i rhfard at the Louvre AiüiTlean Tourist (suspiciously) Say, guido, haven't we seen this room be fore ? Guide Ob, no, monsieur. Tourist Well, see here. We want to see everything, but we don't want to see anything twice! Punch. Where the Shoe IMncbra. SOUTHERN RY., TIME TABLE. The following schedule publlstxl only as information and not iruarunteed W EST IiUl D a'HUKli No. 2. passende ar. 3. limited 6, passenser io, " - EAST BOUND ITnUHG "xs. 1, passenKor lv. 5, rt 3 limited Ilctween JASPEItanil EVANSvlLIX SOUTH HOUXl). No. 12, mixed lv. 4. mall A express " 10, paenKr .SOKTII HOUND. Ä i.9, passenger ar. 3. mull aud express 11, mixed V. E. Clnycouib, Apt., Jumper, lud 12 47 a. in. 12-30 p III. S:CUp. tu. S :tO p. ill, i-Ja m 9:23 a. m 9 :2 ii. in 8:3$ p. in' 7:00 a. m. 10:00 a. ni. 7 .00 p. n;. 6:2 a. tn. 9 49 a. in 11 2h. in. Jefferson Tp. Notice. The unlergi ned trustee of Jefferson township. Dubois county hereby give notice that he .rill a'.temi to nil huein-t-e pertinintr t the office of Trustee at hu Drue sto'e in Birdseye IndiMna on the Tuesdays of each week aud nqaest& ill persone having township business tc present it on office dave. JOHN W.EXLOW, Trustee. Jin. 5, 05 lyr. "ÜDLLMER-'B LiVKBT-AHD FEED STABLLi JASPER. - INDIANA, j Fine )ops. latest atyles, everything at i leinrpJ" urices. Free stalls, plenty of. water mr farmers while in town. i Remember farmers it doeH not cost von r rent to hitch and feed in my wagor j vanl art ominc livery stable. i FltED VOLLZIEH, Prop RAITROAD EXCURSIONS. Colonist! ratee to all points, at lea than one fare for the round trip; ah Homeseekera rates to the North, Soutd and West at about one fare fortheronnh trip, Tickets sold the first and third Tuesday of each month. There is now a rate to Bran ih points otone fare for the round trip going eve ning train of each Saturday good re urning until first train Monday. Tick be told tn Sunday at one ef f ronrd trip. Uadlsou Township Trufte Notice. Notice it eiven that hereafterTet hsro tp of Mfl-uscn township will be at h oflice each Saturday at his residence one mile southwest ox In'laad, Ind, for the purpose of attending tc townehip business, And all persons hav inn tusines8 with the township ar ex oert-ad to confine it to thoee days. ni i t: 1:1 u.. c l tie? wjwueiiiji nuiaiv it: kcjin hi oaui Keans' in Ireland, where all may b ain the books. Che Indiana School booke will tx f ind at llenry Summer's store at ai j.neB. Samuel A. (- lezen, !an 5. 1QQ7-T Trnpt Madipon Tp Harbison Trustee's Notice Notice is hereby given hat thft under signed Truatee of Uarbison township fill AU'nd to townshi.' t usinesa on each Monday of the year, at my oiSce, anr dersons having township business tc transact are required to present it to bin on MondayE. The towna'iip horary -will be kept a nv home near Dubois. Joajf L. IIabdeb, Trustee. Jnn 5. '''5 FRANK L. BETZ attorney at Mnv and Pension Attorncv. Will practice in Dubois and adjoinine ounties. Prompt attention given to collections. Notary Public in office. SojrLife. Fire and Accident Insurance Companies represented. 111 Mu 11 K The Single One But even a married man has a right to his own opinion. The Married One-It Isn't a question of right, my dear fellow. It's a ques tion of courage. Philadelphia Press. came of It. A certain good na tared doctor whose doorbell ran? lute one night, supposing that the summons vaa from one who needed las services, , rose from bed, nut on his dressing gown and went down to the door. A young: man stood there holding & huge package, from which buds and leaves were protruding. "Is Miss Smith in?" asked the man. "She has retired," answered th doctor. Miss Smith was his cook. '! am sorry, sir, to call so kU. Something went wrong with the err I was in. Ill leaxe this for her, tir, if you will kindly give it to hr ia the morning.' "Certainly' said the doctor. He took the bundle carefully, closed the door and carried the flowers into the kitchen. There he placed a dish pan in the sink, drew a few inchef of water in it, carefully pressed the base of the package into the water and went back to bed, thinking how pleased the cook would be. The next morning he went into the kitchen early to find the cook holding a dripping bundle. Her manner was belligerent, and her tone was in keeping with it "If I had the pussons wot did this," said she, "I'd empty the ket tle on them! I'd let them see if they could put my new hat in a dishpan, I would !" The doctor left the kitchen some what hurriedly, and not untQ he was safe in his study did he give vent to the laughter which was con suming him. Philadelphia Ledger. in (km Servant Yus, Colonel Footle, I faught this 'ere boy picking nuts In four woods, and he said he was pick ing 'em for the coloneL Boy Well, what did yer think I waa picking them for the shell? A Discovery. ! New Line to French Lieh 8 1 Mm I t r Commencing Sunday, Dec. 1, 1907, THE SDUTHERN RYV Will inaugurate train service over the French Lick West Baden Extension which has just been complet ed. For the present, only a mixed train will be run, leaving Huntingburg daily at 11:00 a.m., arriving Jasper, 11:45 a. m. ; Dubois 12:11 p. m.; French Lick 12:35 p. m.; West Baden 1 p. m. Returning, leave West Baden, 2:30 p. m. French Lick 2:35 p. m.; Du bois 3:40 p. rr.: Jasper 4 p. m.; Huntingburg 4:35 P. M. Commencing January 5th, regular passenger train service wili be put on making two or three round- trips daily between Huntingburg and West Baden, X connecting with all Main Line trains at Huntingburg. ! J. C. BEAM, Jr., t Assistant General Passenger Agent. t :- "There Is one thing I never realised until I began to cast my bread upon the water." -And that Isr "How many people are out for the dough." Philadelphia Press. Mother Johnny, weren't you RsJiaa- ed to strike your little friead? I wouldn't treat a dog that way. Johnny Neither would I; butbeala't a dop. Philadelphia Press. Before the Weddlas Trip. Oh, Aren't Mm liratrat THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY Xnong Distance Telephone. For Kates Apply To IiOcul Manager of in 11 mm jNcoaro RATED "Dkl jou tell Jack what a perfect dream of a ball dress It was?" "Yes. And he said he hoped he'd wake up before the bill came la." New Xork World. Going Illm One Btllfr. W, ill The Groom I do hope they'll throw lots of rice I'm awfully bnngryi Brooklyn Life boorched Woolent. Treat a Bcorch precisely as to a K-ould any other stain. Sponge the itain with a mixture of equal parts of alcohol, ether and naphtha or benzine, changing the sponge sever al times. It is possible to remove it by washing with good snds made of lukewarm water and white soap Wipe dry. Emersjeney Stevs Polith. Soft coal soot makes an excellent stove polish. Put a quart of soot in some old vessel. Put a teaspoonfu! of molasses in a capful of vinegar. Pour this mixture on the soot and tir until it is a paste. It-can be pm an nicelv when the stove is varm o ;ol(L Chatty Old Gentleman (as they pass the n3iumi-We set an excellent view )f the asylum from the railway. Escaped Lunatic Ah, but yo ougfet jo see the raiVay from the utylwsl Uutck. The Famoui Hfs'n3 Garden. Every one, young and old, has heard of the hanging gardens of Babylon, but few persons perhaps know how they were constructed. They were about four acrei in ex tent and were built on a base sap ported by pillars. Thej rose in ter races to a height of 300 feel, and it is said that they looked from, a distance like a great pyramid cover ed with trees. Strange to say, they owed their existence to the whim of a woman, Queen Amytis, who grew so tired of the plains of Babylon and pined so mach for the hüls of her native Media that her husband, King .Nebuchadnezzar, had the gar dens built to please her. Singer of the Future. i The prediction is made by one giving much thought to music that I the majority of the American sing ers of the future will hail from the couth. This belief is founded oa the fact that the people of southern dimes; have the soft voices and tem perament requisite to the success of a singer. The prediction is of es pecial interest, as it comes from a I xoman of 2s ew England origin ui ' training. Circle lufusna, xe lvimi loa lixve Axkyjs Boeckt, ml vkk& fc r " - . . . . 5Ä AH CouBtcrfelts, Jait&xlosts as4M Sx-mso Experiments tfeat trifle witk umii fitnrcrtlt EfuW What is CASTORIA Castia Is a harraless smfetitmt ir Catoc OZ. Vse. garfc, "Drops and Sootiiag- Synrs. It is P5aaaa2. ß OöÄtaiss Bcitlter Opiua, Morpkl tk- JLtntac, ibtace. Its age is üb gMirute. It decnys ?CSi Äd Allays Fevexiskaess. It acres BwurrW i ai Colic It relieves TeeUdsp Tmkl, ara Osa. aad FlatHlescy. It .wrhi.fe tJbe F44L rraiiiti ri otoHCJt mu. o-vreis, givimg- jmuuv mmm. 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