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JASVKK, I) I' 15011 COUNTY, INDIANA
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pnone anu ion us uuouc tnem.
fA Parisian scientist de
clare; that the spcrnr of lifo, is
simply a plain nutter of chemis
try. Thus is triumphantly vin
dicated on natural principles the
much maligned chemical bonde.
-This scare about peroxide
blondes beintr irerm.infAsf-pH fn
such an extent that deadly dan-
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FRIDAY. JUNE 18, 19' 9
Amount Paid to Cor
Ferdinand town $545 23
Jasper town Corpor
Jasper Electric Light
Bonds and Int. 1099.97
Jasner Electric Licht
Jasper Re Fund and
Water Works and Res.
Al.iUt Tfid.nOO acrtis of land to
bn thrvvu opou (or Httlnint in
Montana, Idaho nad VYaHuiiuton.
By it proi'Iauintion iMauiul by Preat
duut Taft about 440,000 ureH are
opened in Ihm Flathead ludiun re
servation iu Montana, 200,000 m
tko Spokane roaorvatlon in Wash
ingtou und more than 100,000 in
the Couer d'dAlcie raervniou iu
Idaho. Th datos fr registration
ar frra July 15 to August 5. The
l me lottaiy by which th thouianda
ot aore will be alloted will bei! at
Couer d'Aleie on August 9. The
ger lurks in their kisses is sup- sameyetem of drawing th. farms
posed to have been started by
their jealous burnette sisters.
as med in the Roaebud reservatio
will be followed. EaohiettUr who
We know him" as old five drawfl llcky nu"ber m be Pr-
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Total to Jasper $-1177 80
Huntingburg, City, $383.28
Waterworks & Re Fund 54 1 88
Huntingburg City Int.
Water Works Bonds 54 20
Birdseye, Corporation, 361.74
Total to Corporations 9871.16
Figures Taken FponTÄäy Settle
ment Sheet 1909
Total Taxes collected $10' 537-
Said amount willbe disburssed
County including rock
road repairs 17009 63
Townships and school
trusts including Poor
tax 38422 35
Columbia Tp Rock R. 739.44
Cambridge Tp. " " 3123 30
Patoka 4158 87
Cass " " " 1804. 57
H'burg Birdseye & Ferd 9871.16
Ferdinand Railway 3S33.y0
SDecial Judtres mid 65.00
Erroneous taxes returned 5 80
Mileage Co. Treas. makincr
0 per cent on delinquent
collections, paid D. Foras 83 83
Road Tax receipts taken
as cash. 4127. GO
per cent. the more' he made the
less he SDent the more he trot
the more he lent He's dead we
don't know where he went but
if his soul to heaverf was sent
hell on the harps, and chanre 'em
We want to snv a coorl wnrrl
for the man who meets his small :,j..li .
Ii mi I tuisiueiutiH puo no revenue. neu
-r II t. Lt L lUil. .11 If 1 I I II I I W - I lit 11 r n I - II . . 1.1... i r..
iJ.f. i Zu u u I Biur nvJ uuuru proposes a tax 01 z
not as nlentiful as thev snonld he . ' . . , .
j fi" j " . ueuia pc Buueruciai gquare loot on
M0f mon wVll o" fi l8,ßnfl aavertiaina products vbiob
.... " iV 'Ti ' M . '" , wer into interstate comruen.
Tb taxes are to be paid to the
United States treasury, and to ba
c lleoted annually. This new
source of revenue might well ba
considered in connection with the
tffort to revise the tariff and reim
mit tod to itake out for himielf 160
The newspapers of thii country
uava every reason to support tke
mil introduced by aenator Heyburn
ot Idaho providmtjjor a tax on ad
vertising eignH. In foreign 1 nd
D. SO 9IÜDS HTm taxMi nml nfforil n
Day nromntlv. Älmo.st anv firm
will testify that, counting thf
time, postage, booking, and lika
it costs all some accounts nra
worth to collect them, a.nd still
the man owinir it to thpm is npr-
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Kr6! S'"1 objectionable
that the worst sinner in "this I Z7ZT Ciy
particular is the man best able tol fhV fv B- e-t0 8npPr,!88
nv I be advertising Aign nuisance. It ha
In Philadeluhia thev tell a storr
of a man whose wife had arranged
an "authors' evcninjr" and persuad
ed her reluctant husband to remain
at home and help her receive the
fifty euests who were asked to par
ticipate in this intellectual feast.
'Ihe lust author was dull enouch.
but the second was worse. More-
over, the rooms were intolerably:
warm. So, on pretense of letting1
in some cool air. the unfortunate
host escaped to the hall, where ho
found a servant comfortably asleep'
on the settee.
bet n tolerated altogether too long
It meets no public want, because
the newspapers, magazines, and
o'her publications are the legitimate
rn innels lor the uee of the adver-
tisar. I hey contribute to the ed
ucation of the pdoplo and to the
proeperity of the nation. If the
ihe press will stand solidly behind
Senator Heyburn't bill lis napsaee
will be assured and it will be effec
tive in suppressing what has come
to ne n intolerable nuisance. The
billboard must go!
MIX "IVES OUT
"Wake up!" sternly commanded ' m.... . , ..
it. tu m i i i I ictiiv ui jaypcr Keiacrs lave I his
"Wake up, I say!" You must have
been listening at the Veyhole!"
How Seminoles Bury Their Dead.
SeminoJhury their dead on top
You tax the kiilnevB overvork tltpin-
ml a w .
niuy can i keep up the cont
The back pvea out it aches auJ
I'rinarv troubles ppt in.
Don't A-ait loriRer take Doan'a Khl-
JASPER REDS DEFEATED '
The Reds were defeated by the
lioonville team at Boonville Sun
day in a hotly contested game,
by a score 1 to 0. Bell pitched
for the Keds and Fnssie of Ev
ansville, for Boonville.
Aron Brosius Dead."
Arron Brosius, a well known
lumber-man died at his home in
Fvansville Friday and was bur
ied there Monday Mr Brosius
was well known and well liked
in this locality, having oper
ated a saw-mill here several
years ago. Lately he has been
engaged in the saw-mill business
,m Texas. He leaves a wife and
is. T. Sweeney uead.
Mrs. Timothy Sweeney one of
the early settlers of Dubois
County and highly respected old
lady, died at her home two miles
west ol Ireland Saturday.
She leaves a husband and
and several children.
The twentieth annual com-
mencement of Jasper College
was neia at St. Joseph's Hall
Tuesday night and was attended
by a large crowd. There were
fifteen graduates and they albly
presented a play entitled "Major
Andre" after which Rev. Basil
Heusler presented the diplomas
and gold medals.
"Alden Heuring of the
Winslow Dispatch was elected
secretary and treasurer of the
associated weekly newspapers at
their recent meeting at Indiana
polis and got his picture in some
of the big papers. Otwell Star.
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vi niv Kiuuiiu luppmg lULm ' nev Pills
m u anKcu, out always leave the top jaP.)er peo,)e te you how thev ct
of the head exposed. They build a' William J. Lantpert, Fourth St.." Jas-
pen over the body and usually chink Per Ind., pays: ! Buffered for a lonjr
l with earth. When his squaw dies ,1'"e uT a dePr.ee'nK backacho ar.l
thn Wln.l ujj often it became eo intense that I couM
...v. ..u..u ,v.,40 .0 o in uuU iw nanny work. I was nleo subject to
iu i nun is ui'i. an itwuij uia- BjiBua ui uizzmeea anu the kidwv
unctive. hen tho husband diey secretions were irregular in passage
snnnw flnosn't i'oi.il hor hir fnl Ahe trouble lobbed me of enenrv and I
1 . .... ; I Ol f riimprnhlu T friml auo.l v i:
three month.. I At o rerenco il but waV not helped untU I pronuert
shown for the dead. When Tom.' Doan'a Kidney Pille at Flick Jt Pfau's
- O k tic iuuuvu UliU 1119 uui innuu lilv tUIl"
bones taken for exhibition thcout-1 tent8Tof onu box before I felt better and
nvor An,.,r.nn i i Pow 1 ?m Quito free from the lamenies
in my back and kidnej dilliculty."
For eale by all dealers. Price 50 centa
I-oster-Milburn Co , New York, sole
amenta lor the United States.
Remember the name Doan'e and take
by Kitay mi Mta TrwM.
T.-t,lM. ......... ... a 1
vigor anu cneertui
ntss boon disappear
when the kidneys arc
out of orttcr or dis
Kidney trouble has
oecome so prevalent
that it it not anenm.
mon for a child to be
born afflicted with
weak kidnevn. If the
child urinates too often, if the urinr erlrU
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age -wiien u snouia oe ante to control the
rtneAt.A 1 im ... .Ztt. V 1 .
tine. deQandutx)n it. thecanie of therfifi.
cutty is Kiuney irouuie, ana use first
. . . . ....
step snouia De lowarus mc ireaimeat ot
Ihptpimnnrtantnroinc TiJ iinnl.iiini
trouble is due txa diseased conditioa of
the kiunevs and bladder and not to b
: i It
ii-uu ui uiuai pcupic suppose.
Women as well as men are made alvr.
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same rreat remedy.
tnm'efliate rffrt rJ
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
oy umgglsts, m fifty
cent and one-dollar
size bottles. You may
have a sample bottle
M t j I
uy uiaii iicv, aisO' S
pamnhlet tellint? all I
including many of the thousands of test..
uiuit.ai icucia ictciveu irom aunerers
who found SwampRoot to be just the
remedy needed. In writint Dr. ICtlmr
& Co.. Uinifhamton. N. V.. he nn mnA
mention this paper. Don't make any.
uiisiuKc, uut rememDer ine name. Dr.
A.unier-8 owamp-Koot, and the address.
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Harbison Trustee's Notice
Notice is herebv
'nicned Trustee of Hnrhi enn Inirniliin
trill nt.st.wl 1 1 I. ".'I
wuu - tuUBIllII UJHIUL'63 OH euCtJ I
i i . i . ... I
Jiunuav oi tue vear at mv ntr. it, nml
persona havine tovnshin hiiRinBB n
iranHLt aie reauireii to nrtni it trtiiim
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me lownanip iiorary will Do kept at
y iiuii.i; ucar iveuervilie.
MaHTIX TlllMI.Ivn Tnialna
Jan. . jwa,
Boone Towuship Trusteed
Top undersiirned. Tnil of Tlnnn
townehip, Dubois county, hereby jjivei
uuui-o tuai ne win atienu to all bueinen
pertaining to the office of Trustee, at hir
'esidence. two m ea Vnt of Pn,
tireville, on Saturdays of ach week, an J
rjqneata an persona havintr townehii
ousmeee to present it onSatuiday. Citi
tenB desiring books from thn Tmrruhr'
Libtary, are notiöed that the Library u
nui " i iuj reymence.
School booka nt .Inmoa Afnll.-.i
r . i. m 'J
i I'oriersvine. thom. n lyuxy
i.nu iir. ivr.
Wm. A. Wilson
and Loans. Farm
Loans at 5 per cent.
tJ recommencl Cluett
Shirts to our customers
because zve would rather
have permanent customers
I are good shirts they'll stand wear as we
D 1 1.1
as wasning ana tney come in so mar
good patterns that we are sure to be ab
to pleaseayou.' $1.50.
cry over the dc.ccration was almost
wholly a newspaper affair. Th
nearest settlers were unalanned aad
the Indians indiiTerent. ColHer
Sab She lou uro :.uamveij awk
Hays lie Yes. 1 know It: I seen
.0 R'j nt everything buAward. Phtlr
Jefferson Tp. Trustee Notice
Notice is hcrehv crivnn t hnt I will
tend to the duties of the Truetees ollice
mm 1 1 Mi I .u ub uuiico t'i uv inJBlOCB OlllCe
The production of a white itrav b- ' E"( nn-ny ! eaclA.weelf at.m ofIiue in
.rv hi-h hoDi0 ll , I Scbnellville where those having business
berry which beaie all the vear round
instead of at certain seaaons only,ip
claimed by Huge H L.IIenthal. a
Btrkely horticulturist. He is m
German, who has nroduced various
oreationB of an unusual kind in the
way of fruit and flowers. The
white ßtrawberry, his naoit recant
creation, is the reaUit nf a long aeries
of experimentswithcroBing varieties
under different conditions. Lilfan
tbal claims to have produced two
distinct varieties of berries, whioh
till bear through the full year,
making a Christmas berry asily ob
tainable. Ona of these is white,
the other red, and both are said to
of excellant flavor. Confectiontr
will please call. Also will sell achoo
Jua Block, Trustee.
Mar. 12 1909 1-year.
rj it a
otory-ana-nait seven room
house. Good lot, 50x100 ft. , al
ley in rear; graded street, good
pavements, good well and cellar.
roust ne sold at once. No rea
sonable offer refused Apply
K c ."VO liisicrlnt. two nam nf
nvelom. $2.50. 10O rUltln
varus jur ouo.wnto to-uay
Uen K0 Uoaue v sia at. jasper, Ind
Sore Nipples and Chapped Hands
Arc quickly cured .by apply iiiK cbamblala,!
hahf Try if It U a sucecs. lricc s Cf uU.
June Apportionment 1909
Amount to be paid to Trustees last of Juue.
454 4 4
a. f. mm m i .
Corner 7th & Jackson Sts.
NEW LINE OF SUMMER
SEE THE PRETTY WASH STOCKS FOB
Schedule In Effect SMhy Fet. 21 Ui Ft
lining Is lor lilirmtlm Onl) i Is 11
No. 5 IM11.Y V:34 A. V
No. IT 3Ä1
No. 11 " 8:10
No. i SUNDAY ONLV 6:60 A.
Ko. 12 DAILY 7:57 A. M.
o. 14 " 11:31 A.M.
n C ".M I. M.
o. 20 S17ND4T ONLY. II :05 1'. SI.
Time shown ut IIuntIniburK.
No. 1, DAILY. 4 :S7 A.M.
No. , " 8:VO '
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No. 4, " 11:20
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V. K. Cluycotnb, At., Jasper, Inn
The Home Telephone Co
hM the largest Mfct of
subscribers and will
give you the best service
You can talk to your
friends, order your mer
chandise and make
your appointment by
the Home 'phone.
DUBOIS CO. TELEPHONE CO
THE NEW FOTJIUNHAND WASH TIE THE POLO M
WM. J. KUEBLER.
West Side Clothier Harbordusher JASPER
I G. P. Wagner 1
0 And Dtiler I o;
General Repairing it Horse Shoeing
North Main Street.
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
) rn i ! EYAHtVILLC, IRMAIA mw "T
"A SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION"
LlON8 BY MAIL
NO FOR HKWOATALOa