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;iy Bkn Ed Po a ne.
Happy W. Carpenlep. & m mimm.
Entered at tt-a iv it- -
or transmission i c
Of Pike county, is a candidate
for re-election as Prosecuting
Attorney, tor the ö7th Judicial
Circuit- S&biectf f o the decision
of the DemocÄficf primary May
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.FRIDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1012
MAY 9, 1912
Is The Date For the Primary
A nromisins vounc merchant re
cently presented his better hall
with a handsome piano lamp as a
birthday gift. Iie ras much flat
tered when she" told him to give it
his name until he asked lier rea
sons for so peculiar a proceeding.
. , " i
"Well, said she, "you Know,
dear, it has a good deal of brass
about it, it is handsome to look at,
requires a good deal of attention, is
remarkably brilliant, is sometimes
unsteady, on its less, liable to ex
plode when only half full, flares up
occasionally, is always out at bed
time and i3 bound to smoke.
The New Committee ill Be Or
ganized March 15.
The Dubois county democratic
central committee met here Sat
urday morning and almost unan
imously decided to hold a demo
cratic primary nominating elec
tion. The time nxed on is the
first registration day under the
new registration law will be May
There had been a proposition
to do away with the primary and
hold a delegate convention as
there is a probability that there
will bo but" few, if any oontests
for the vaious offices, but practi
cally every delegate favored a
primary, and one will beheld.
Any one desiring to be a candi
date must anriounce hu mtention
on or before the first day of
March, in at least one democrat
ic paper of this county.
The various pecincts will elect
new precinct committeemen on
March 15- On March 16 the
county organizationill be per
The last Democratic "asel"
legislature passed a corrupt act,
m regard to elections and now
the noliticians are tryincr to n
struct (?) After next elecJon
the lawyers will all get busy a'nd
by and by the supreme court will
set the entire act aside. How
ever the lawyers will ha e made
their stake out of the play. Read
section 5 and see if a canditate
can't do as he pleases. It is all
Chris. H. Rudolph, a romin-
ent farmer of near Portersvilje,
attempted to commit suicide Hat
an early hour yesterday morning
by cutting his throat with a ra
zor. Dr. Steinkamp of Haysville
dressed the wound, which may
prove serious, but not necessarily
Mr. Rudolph is G4 years of age
and has been in poor health for
some time. He was county treas
urer of Dubois couuty atone time
and is well known all over the
Indications are that Jasper
will enjoy another building boom
this year; there allready several
business buildings being figured
on and some residences, and the
prospects are for quite a number
of the latter: amonc: the prospec
tive businpss buildings are those
of Albert Urich. Jos, Gutzweiler
and George Haberly on the pub
lic square and Huther and btem
kamp on the corner of Fifth and
There's Money In A Cherry
Our tre?s bear third year when
your profits begin $200 and up
can be made on an acre planting.
We want to furnish to three re
liable fruit growers in thi ecun
ty 110 trees each on ajjlan where
no cash investment is required.
Address, grower, 1o4 East Aw
Rochester, N. Y.
We have just received in for
mation that the Herrick S od
Company of Rochester, N Y.
want a lady or gentlem: n repre
sentative in this section to sell al!
kinds of Roses, Shrub, Tt s
and Seeds. They inform uj chat
without previous experience it ,s
possible to make good wages
every week. Any one out of
employment write them for terms .
The Day and the Knight.
Lord Kelvin when a professor at
Glas ceo w university was occasion ally
obscure and complex when the in-
tercst of a side issue led him oli the
beaten track. This was made the
subject of an epigram which con
trasted Ins methods with those of
Iiis assistant, Day, to Ins disadvan
tage. The occasion chosen was that
of his return from having received
Ms knighthood, and a student wrote
upon the blackboard, "Work while
it is yet Day, lor the knight cometli
when no man can work.
Mr. Hogan Where did Oi git th"
fclack oye? Oh, Oi'm just afther beirr
Mr. KellyInto what society?
Mr. Hogan Into th1' society av me
mother-in-law. Leslie's wee&iy.
Mrs. Newiyrred Novr that we are
married I don't mind telling you that
several times I was on the point of
breaking off the engagement.
Mr. Newlywed (gloomily) well, I
don't suppose It can be helped now
The Following Statement Should Form Con-
m elusive Proof ol Merit to Every Jasper
Could stronger proof of the
merit of any remedy be desired
than the statements of grateful
endorsers who say their confi
dence has been undiminished by
lapse oi timer lhese are the
kind of statements that are ap
nearin constantly iii your local
naners for Loan's Kidney Pids. 1
They are twice-told and confirm-
ed with new enthusiasm Can 1
any reader doubt the following ;
Its from a resident of this locali- j
Row, Jasper, Ind. -savs: "Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured from
Mick & Pfau's Drug Store, have
been used in our family arid have
proven very effective in kidney
weakness in childrens cases.
This preparation brought greater
benent than any other I had ever
tried- 1 have every, reason to
believe that the benefit will be
permanent.77 (Statement given
in April 1907.)
On March 24, 1910, Mrs. Tab
or was interviewed and she said:
I am glad to verify my for
mer statement regarding Doan's
Kidney Pills. The benefit this
remedy brought has lasted 77
For sale by fill dealers. Price
r0 ceuts. Foster Milbnrn Co., Buf
falo, New York, sole agentsjpr the
Remember the name -Doan's
and take no other.
Our Spring änd Summer
Line oi Fine
ready for voür inspection.
Make your selection and
have your measure taken
fcl&J St ft s
Part Havana. 5c Ugar.
For sale at all firsts-class saloons
and cigar stores. Try it.
You can take it Liife wtea you g
ready. Be one of the first ones.
The Duck Your ma Is looking every'
where for yon.
The Chick Tell her I'm out
1 nan rn ration of new el?etr?ca'ly
rghted Pullman drawing room sleeping
car line between bt. jouis, imo. anu
Effective Monday Dec. 4th Southern
Railway will establish new Pullman
sleeDine car line between Sti Louis and
Jacksonville, Fla. on forlowin'g- schedule
ONE NIGHT OU r.. .
12.05 N Lv St. Louis ' .6 00 PM
12.22 PM Lv. SI. Louis Ar. 5.20 PM
12.55 PM Lv. Bellevile Alr. 4.40 PM
1.59 PM Lv. Lentralia Ar 3.40 PM
2.35 PM Lv. Mt. Vemon. - Ar. 3 04 PM
3.25 PM Lv. Fairfield . Ar. 2.10 PM
3.53 PM Lv. Atb-on'f'f 1 Ai. 1.43 PM
4.00 PM Lv. Browns 1 V Ar. l.'3 PM
4.21 PMLv...Mt. Carmen Ar. 1.17 PM
4 33 PM Lv. Princeton , -Ar. 12 55 PM
5.05 PM Lr. Oakland Guy Ar. 12 2S i M
5.40 PM Lv. Huntinffhnrfr Ar. 11.50 AM
7.36 PM Lv. New Albany Ar, 9.50 AM
S U0 PM Ar. Louisville . . Lv. 9.30 Al
Ö.1Ü lJM Lv. Louisville Ar. S.4U a.m
0.15 AM Ar. Chattanooga Lv. sUoPM
A German with practical farm
experience to take charge of farm
and truck garden. Must have
best of references, ror particu
lars with VV. M. JiiVERSOLE
We know of a number of fami
lies who are regular readers of
the Courier but are not subscrib
ers, they borrow the paper from
their neighbors. We are glad to
know that the Courier is thus
annreciated, but why not sub
scribe? The cost is small and we
would appreciate Jiaving these
names on our mailing list
Western Horth Carolina
Are near by and comfortably
reached wherj you consider that the
Southern Railway operate daily
through sleeping crs rrom M. Louis
and Louisville to Knoxville, Ashc
viile, r -hutlanocga, Atlanta, Maca
Tourists tickeio lJld'H.meseekers,
tickets are now on sale by all agents
of the Southern Railway.
Call on any agent for rates and
other information, or write for copy
Office on 7th St. next door to
TTnnVpl & I-Tettich's livery barn
Home phone in day 45-2, eight
Wm. J. KÜEBLER.
Clothier and Furnisher,
West Side? Public Square.
Schedule in EffeatJSunday Apr. 21 ttie Fa
owing is for information Only and is nor
No. 17 5:63 P.M.
XO. Id SUNDAY ONLY G:50 A. v
No. 12 Daily
NO. 14 "
NO. 20 SlJXDAY 02TLY.
Time sliom at Zlutitingburg.
NO. 1, DAILY. 4:37 A. MS
No. Ü:'20 '
No. " 8:nOF.. M.
No. 23, " 5:49 "
No. 2, DAILY,T2:50 A.. Al.
No. 4, u 10:80 '
No. 24, " 11:55 A. M.
No. 10. " 8:00 P. M.
V. E. Clkycoinb, At, Jasper
:f7 A. M
11. HO A. .
7:2 T M
fso LOTS 53
J 1 If
of 4Vinter Homes in the S.uth,"
"lian ot the Sky" booklet, to
J. C. Beam, Jr., A. d. r. A,,
Pt. Louis, Mo.
Is is a very serious matter to ask
for one medicine and have the
wrong one glv.n you. For this
reason ve urge you in ouymg zq m
bts careful to tret the rcnuinc B
1 1 We have 30 choio . lots-". ' in
2 p ......
i r iM i t j .1 t j . : i -
i it u-iiLzwener s aaaiLion ior saie
at once, at very low pricqs.
These lots will be soft for cash
or on the installment plan. All
are on improved streets. Good
healthy location. It will pay
yon to examine. Call on.
Main street & Public square.
1 10 AM Ar. Atlanta
Lv. f 10 PM
S. 20 PM Ar, Jacksonville Lv. 7 -10 AM
J. Ü. Beam Jr., AGPA, St. Louis, Mo.
Strike the people for
business while they're
in a buying mood If
you want to strike
hardest, put a striking
ad in the Jasper Cou
rier aid keep 't the e.
Keep on striking and
the "iron," for you,
will n c o v u. row cold.
The reputation of this eld, relia
ble medicine, for constipation, in
digestion and liver trouble, is firm
ly established. It does not imitate
other medicines. It is better than
others, or it would not be the fa
vorite liver powder, with a larger
sale than all others combined.
SOLD IN Töm F2
For sale by JQS, A. IMriim
uiuiijU luüiüü nuiiiii.
Kress bros. prop.
Newly painted and furnished
through out. First class board
at reasonable rates
Good Bar in connection.
T)ur patronage solicited.
Ml.l Street, Jasper, lud.
TheHome Telepiioae Co
has the largest list of
subscribers and will
give you the best ser
vice You can talk to youa
friends, order your mer-
chanäise and mat
your appointment by
the Home 'phone.
DUBOIS GO TELEPHONE CO
The Sutton HOTEL
WEST BADEN, IND.
"The TuDioal Kome-Like ilotel."
What They Will Do for Yoa
They will cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinary irregularities, buil
up the worn out tissues, ant
eliminate the excess uric acic'
that causes rheumatism. Pre
vent Bright's Disease and Dia.
bates, and restore health ann
strength. Refuse substitute
JOHNSON COUNTY YELLOW or WHITE
DENT SEED CORN
Thlscorn needs no introduction, as it Is known through
out the United States, vnnnmo the Grand Prizes at Chi
cago and Omaha Corn üpositons and takino first tn;es
wherever shown. This corn is a heavy yieWer.
Price per bushel, shtlled only isacksfrce) $2.00
WESTERN IOWA WHITE SEED OATS.
These arc Choice Lttra Heavy. Bricht and well mi
tured Seed Oats, weiohlno 38 to 40 lbs., to measured
bushel. .We have handled these Iowa White Oats lor
past 5 jears. They are heavy producers on Indiana soil.
Always Get your Seed Oats Irom the Norih. mf
Price per bushel, (sacks free) 54cts.
If you order either or both Corn and Oats in 10 bu
shel lots or more we paythelreiahttoyour station.
We handle- all kinds of Field Seeds and Feeds.
J. G- HERMANN i CO.
326 S. Capitol Ave
Y rranty Deeds, Quit Claim
Sir-A:, Chattle Mortgages, Real
Lis l -at? Mortgages, Inventoies
Suponeas, Warrants, Reports etc
for SjIo at the Courier Office
Jere Kies iM Giapped Hands
r qv.i-k'v c.red h- pf4yfiir Chamberlain
.i it f 1 tu . I'r'.vf tit.
For Sale Vol V and Vol. 2,
Series 1 of the .f the Re
bellion, Ofticiat U : Is Union
and Confederate : , Pub-
li'hrtH hx? the ! . in 1SSÖ.
4. UV Vt J w- ,
Those who have parts of the set
may oe ame io use xne
Vol. issued. See Ben Ed Doane.
n v -: ' t W'M .
I:tiiits tax. yi tu i-.c
T" -e Marks
f !' l ft.
Will V. Troth, Proprietor.
The Sutton Hotel is 'oeäted upon a high eleva- I
f.inn nfForrline- sülendid view of the lDicturesque
? springs valley. Located one square from depot.
f and the famous 'West Baden Springs.-. Electric?
X Lighted, Steam Heated, Hot and Cold WatefPire; t
Rates 10.50 Per Week, .. . :
ter table service. Under new pr )prietorship. k
hotel with service airjDassecl bynK-ie in tlie valley
mt' ata . RP.nsible rate witnin reach' all. Splendid i
accommodations for families. ritQ,the manage- "$
ment for any information you vunt.- - "
Vv m. A. Wilson
and Loans. Farm
Loans at 5 per cent.
4 miiniui am
For Sale by All Leadiaj; Dcilers.
spttvün ' it but cl-.. lull 2
ilt.wu -f 8uy sciontltlc ;utiml. Tonus. a
Voflr- f,,,r monthfl, t. Sold by all nowgdajilar
For S700. AVe will sell a4
room cottapre on a lot 40x100 teet
on East 4th, Street- This is a
bargain; $400 cash nd 2 years
fho other 'OO.i ' bee
Ben. Ed. Doane, Jasper, rudv
and enclose this notice