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Mails in 8:27 AM , 9:21 A, M.
Wheat harvest is now on, with
a very good crop being reported.
We have not heard a single
person complain of the cold
weather during the past week.
es7All day barbecue July Jth.
Where," Huntingburg, Indiana
Chas Lampert visitod Prince
ton. Evansville. Booneville, and
several other Sjuthern Indiana
towns last week, se'ling the
Lampert porch swings and fur
niture. Special Price
Fiesh lard at 10c a pound in
can lots at Carl Gutzweiler.
An Ohio county publisher (a
moron) Roy Haynes has been
officer to succeed John Kramer,
fired by President Harding. Well
the country has had enough of
t?uBase Ball. Boonville vs.
Huntingburg. 'Where," Hunt
ingburg, July 4th
The Williams Stock Co have
been giving dramatic performance
in a tent on the lot corner of 3rd
aud Jackson streets to large sized
crowds this week. While'theshow
is about ave: age, the orchestra
is the finest that has struck this
town for a long time.
Chns Staley of the ice plant
viitei his family in Mt Vernon
111, last Saturday and Sunday.
Charles say3 that he wholesales
the ice to a man in Huntinburg
What the Huntingburg man
retails it at his business. Still you
can buy ice cheaper in Huuting-
burg than in Jasper.
The Mine War
Has started in Gibson and Pike
counties. A mine boss by the
name of W, E. Cox of Ashire
mm a mi
mines, his wife ana child were
order to leave and not return.
They left, also several of the im
$500.00 Automobile Race
July 4th? "Where," Hunting-
Open on Sunday
For the accomodation of our
farmer patrons v, e will have our
Bring us your eggs and produce
Flag Day June Htii
Tuesday June 14th wa3 flag day
and yet the County Council of Hedg Base Rall Club are t0 play
a eame at the College grounds
next Sunday with the Hercules
Ball team of Evansville. The
Jasper Club has had hard sled
ding this season. It first started
out as theK of C Club, died, then
the Desk Co. Club, and now has
taken tha name a onetime famous
club The Jasper Reds. We
hope they will have success
Base Ball Dope.
The newly organized Jasper
In the history of men no at
tempt has been made to help each
other comparable with the at
tempt to injure each other during
the recent war
WANTED-A. good Burlap Furn
turc Packer, steady work and
good pay; references required,
write Manufactures Employment
Bureau Evansville, Indiana.
Now Is the Time To Get Kid of Your
If youare troubled with chronic
or muscular rheumatism buy a bottle
of Chamberlain's Liniment and mas
sage the affected parts twice a day
with it. You are certain to be very
much benefited by it if not actually
cured. Try it.
In reply to a couple of letters
we have received in faor of
dancing and which we do not care
to print, yet we will quote from
one which aays: Dances are held
only for those who wantto attend
others can stay away nobody is
forced to attend. If you don't
like them, keep away and Keep
your mouth shut." We believe
that is good aadvice in few a
The Facts About Rheumatism.
More than nine out of ten cases of
rheumatism are either chronic or mus
cular rheumatism, neither of which re
quire any internal treatment. All
that is required is to massage the af
fected parts freely with Chamberlain's
Liniment. You will be surprised at
the relief which it affords.
Defense and American Legion
failed to raise the flag on the
Cowry flag pole. There is no
excuse except inefFieincy.
t??uDance Music Jazz Hounds.
July 4th. Where?" Hunting
There are a number of truck
and auto drivers in this town
who do not obey the hv in
having rear view mirrors The
Sheriff and Marshal should get
busy as well as the prosecutor.
Any constable can also take a
hand. Nice way to pick up IJ,50.
Everybody (Join! July 4th.
Where?" Huntingburg, Indiana.
Good For Women, Too
Foley Cathartic Tablets have long"
beeft a favorite physic with men. Wo
men suffer as much as men do from
indipestion and constipation, and they
also require a scientific remedy to
keep the stomach sweet, the liver ac
tive and the bowels regular. Mrs.
Geo. Powers, 84 Winthrop Ave., Re
vere, Mass., writes: "I have taken
Foley Cathartic Tablets and I recom
mend them to everyone." They ban
ish billiousness, headache, bloating.
Sold by Rosa Mehringer.
The Tvventith Century Club
held its final rneeting for this
season with Mrs, Arch Doane
Wednesday evening June 8th and
elected the follwing officers for
next year Prei. Mrs H M Kean
Vice Mrs.K A Sturm. Treas. Mrs
V. E, Clay comb, Sc'y Mrs. G.W
Men, Women and Children
All Take Pari.
The wives of Tom King and
Harrison King fought a lively
battle on Main street south of thf
Depot iast rslondaynittht. Caused
it is said by Toms wife making
insulting remarks about Harrison
wife. Monday night they met
when one pushed the other of the
side walk knocked her into gutter
and began beating her, when
Toms daughter Dolle and son
Clarence jumped into the fight,
and Toms wife yelling Murder,
brought the two King men to the
scene and another tight ensued
Tuesdav Harrison King and wife
swore out 4 warrants against
Tom, his wife Emma, his daugh
ter Dollie and for the son. They
have got Dempsey and Carpen
tier beat a block.
Beginning July 1, 1921,
Mail in, 7:55; i:15 a.m. and 8 p.
Mail out 7:30 a.m. 5;30 p,m.
Mail collected daily from Mail
boxes in front of the Catholic
Church, Stewart House End
Court House at T:00 A M.
City Carriers collect daily from
all mail baxes, leaving Post Office
at 4:30 PM.
General delivery window will
b open from ;00 A.M. to G:00P.
Money Order window will be
open from l;00 A M to 5;00 P M.
No services on Sunday (Except
boxes and special delivery let
ters) Post Office lobby will remain
open until 8:00 P.M. (Except on
Get the habit and deposit your
mail early, in order to have it
dispatched same lay.
John P. Huther Post Master.
Ex'SherifT Jacob P Schenk and
son Virgil returned to their
Louisville home yesterday after
a weeks visit here.
Out of the Mobs activities
recently in Pike and Gibson coun
ties comes the demand to prohibit
immigration. The Courier man
advocating the same thing way
back in 1884.
Ja3 Bradley of Birdseve after
having put in 4 years as. a draft
dodger of the draft services is at
safely in the hands of Uude Sam
and what he will do is plenty.
Bradley was the only one named
on the slacker list from Dubois
tSTlf you are thöleast bit
particular with your fresh meats
groceries and produce during the
hot weather you must buy from
the Wide Awake Giocery.
There is some talk abDut fixing
up a playground ot the rear
school lot. Why don't the school
board employ a janitor who ain't
too lazy to keep the grounds in
order? Under former janitor the
lawn mower got pushed at least
ouce a week and the front lawn
presented a beautiful appearance.
Look at it. now. Nuf sed.
Why That Headache?
When you know the cause of a dis
ease a cure may often be effected. This
is particularly true of headache. Head
ache often results from constipation Qf tj10 ijineape
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iiaoeriy, L.10rarian iUrs. V A. ;ach which may be corrected by taking
Wilson. The following new mem
bers were taken into club Mrs.
Linus Bohnert, Mrs. Victor Salb
and Mrs. Victor Sturm.
It. F. Erwin Regarding His Troubles.
"A year apo last winter I had an
attack of indigestion followed by bil
iousness and constipation. Seeing
Chamberlain's Tablets so highly rec
ommended for stomach troubles I
bought a bottle of them and they help
ed me right away' writes It. F. Erwin,
Peru, Ind. If you have any trouble
with your digestion give these tablets
a trial. They will do you good.
. a j v !:
a uose or iwo 01 namoeriain s
Tablets. Try it. These tablets are
easy to take and mild and
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Every family should keep this pre
paration at hand ready for instant use
when needed. Severe attacks of colic
and cholera morbus often prove fatal
before medicine can be procured or a
physician summoned. The uniform
success that has attended the use of
this remedy and the prompt cures
which it has effected have made it a
staple article of trade.
The readers of this paper will te
pleased to learn that theru is at least one
dreaded disease that ecience has been
able to cure in all ita stages, and that is
Catarrh. Catarrh Oeing greatly inllnenc
ed by constitutional conditions requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acts thru
the blood on tbe mucous eurfaces of the
systemjthereby dostroyinsjthe foundation
and irivinc: the patient
Giant Sweet Potato.
A iwret potato wishing 20 poundu,
fTown by J. J. 1'auMo, nn Indian, was
hown at a recent Escondtdo (Cal.)
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Effective Sunday, Feburary 20,
1921, the schedule time of South
ern Railway trains at Jasper is
12 Leave 7;55 a m.
11 ....11:15 am.
G ;p p.m.
Leave ' 9;15 a m.
. . . .4;45 p.m.
. . ..8:00 p.m.
Cid Papete tb Courier offic
Liberty Bond Prices,
Final N.Y. Sale Price June 9,
Liberty Loar. 3'as $S8 40
Liberty Loan, first 4s 86 62
Liberty Loan, second 4a 87.76
Liberty Loan, first 4: U's.... 87 76
Liberty Loan, second 4l4s. .86. 90
Liberty Loan, third 4 s. .91.38
Liberty Loan, fourth 4 Us. .86.96
Victory Loan, 3?4S 98.18
Victory Loan. 4?4g 98.40
etrenpth by building up the constitution
and assisting: nature in doin ita work.
The proprietors hi've to much faith in
the curative powers ot Hall's Catarrh
gentle in .Cure that they offer One Hundred Dol-
Iats for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for li.n of testimonials. Address :
F. J. CllKNKY A CO.. Props., Toledo
Ohio, hold hy Druggist, 75c. adv.
Stop These Practices.
The law expressly fo bids the
sale of supplies or materials to
the city by persons holding city
The intention of the 'law was
manifest. It ioi bids such sales
because of the possibilties of
favoritism that public officials
can show to the bnsiness houses
in which they an interest.
A very pood law enacted for
protection of the public and ' no
favors to all the men engaged in
Indignation does no good unless
backed with a club of sufficient
size to compel respect. There
will never come a time when a
body of men with an advantage
will not use it, unless they have
a wholesome awe of the oppos
ition. It is not the rights of men
the Jasperring re-pect, it is what
will prob?blv be don- to enforce
them. The Jasper ring is just. as
corupt as the peop e allow them
Honey and. Tar
IS PLEASANT TO TAKE, and
sooths tbe raw. inflamed surfaces; stops
the rasping, strangling feeling in the
throat. It is made of the purest, fresh
est and finest ingredients to be bad, con
tains oo opiates or other harmful drugs,
end costs twice as much tomaltc.es
any imitation of it.
Erery User Friend
"My litt! boy ksd a sevir attack of crsup
and 1 honestly beliv he would bavv'diad it it
had not btea for Foloy'a Hooey and Tar. Two
dosea ralieved him sod be went to sleep and
was troubled on more." Mrs. W. H.Tborntoa.
3523 W. 10th St.. Littl Rock. Ark.
"I am in ray tibtyseveath year and I was
troubled with a tiekho in my throat, lam vary
glad to tell you that Foley's Honey and Tar has
atopptd that." Geo. P. Randall. Daytoo. Ne. ,
Foley'a Honey and Tar is recom
mended for coußhs, colds, hoarseness,
tickling of the throat, spasmodic croup,
whooping cough, la grippe aad bronchial
For sale by Kosa Melirlnger
Boil 'em! Boil 'em Right!
Most Jasper people do not knovr
that. in one part of the United
States there is an unrepealed law
to boil men and women in oil for
lying. Wouldn't it be fie if we
had that law here and it wa? en-
The Evansville Courier Savs: irced on fche 4,Liar on the
Beer is medicine but all medi-9uare- it the law in St
is not beer. Wonderful discovery
Immorally and vice flourish in
all small place3 like Jasper , to a
much greater extent in proportion
tJ population than it does in New
York City or Chicago Acts that
are immoral and vile are not com
mitted under the electric lights of
a ball room floor, but rather an
the darkened side streets from
Anderson and Clay. A quite
stroll around town some dark
night after 10 p.m will convince
the most skeptical.
Thomas, U. S. A.
Getting Along Good
Women are as great sufferers frcm
kidney and bladder ailments as men,
Foley Kidney Pills help rid the blood
stream of impurities that cause rheu
matic pains, backache, swollen, aching
joints and stiff, painful muscles. Mrs.
Carey, Box 91, R. F. D. No. 2, Middle
town, N. Y., writs: "I had kidney
trouble ever since I was a little girl,
but I am getting along good since I
have taken Foley Kidney Pills." They
acf immediately and help restore thel1-"1"",'
kidneys to healthful activity. Sold byj
An Advertisement Helped Her
Mrs. Lucile Mackey, 1G Buena Vista
St., Washington, Pa., writes: "Last
winter my 3-year-old girl caught a bad
cold which left her with a dry cough.
It bothered her most at night and she
would cough until she vomited. I
think she must have had whooping
cough. I saw an advertisement for
Foley's Honey and Tar. I tried it and
bought two bottles and her cough left
her before she finished the second
bottle. . She had gotten awfully thin,
but now she is as fat as ever." Sold
by Kosa Mehringer.
's Place in Sun.
I will Ii Ii
THE JASPER COURIER stands
for the best things in life, in the
town and country homes. It advo
cates improvements, better roads, hot
ter schools, bettor churches, and the
greatest political freedom and hon
esty in public affairs. The COURIER
has not and does not hesitate to as
sail men or methods that stand in the
way of the greatest good to the great
est number. Every progressive family
ty should be a subscriber.
needed now. Send it in. Do
Subscription price $2.00 per year.
"Dead in it," like tho man in
the hearse, are the merchants who
A PROMPT, EFFECTIVE
REMEDY FOR ALL FORMO OF
uuuuLaviiuira u uiwu
gjamomao, ooimitcm Emarmicta$
Kidney Traubl mncj ,
Klndrmd D I J
Applied externally It alTonls almost In
stant relief from rala, while permanent
results are belrur effected by takitur It la
ternaily. puritrlnz tbe blocxl. 3isso1t1dc
the poisonous substance and remoTl2 It
from the system.
DR. C. L. GATES
TTancock, Blind. writes:
A little plr: herehfel tucb weak berk raaivj
by Kheumatlsm anl Kl ine Trouble that he
could not stand on her fret. TLj mom eat tfcey
put brr down on tbe floor rh would rrmm
with ilni. 1 trrtM her with &-lKUPS" nl
today ehe rnns around a well and harry aacan
b I rrfcrl b VL'KOl'ii" tor my paUats aud
ose It In my practice."
Large Mie Dottle 5-PROP- (BOO Doaca)
1.00. l r bale b lracglta
SWANS0N RHEUHATIC CURE COMPAIT,
Üept SO 174 Lake Street. Chicago
Act quickly and tently upon
dizestive organs, carryinjr off
disturbing elements and establishing
a healthy condition of the livei.
stomach and bowels.
THE BEST REMEDY
Sick Hdmeho, Bour Btommch.
H0rtburn, Botching, Ulwr
25 Cants Per Box
the I I
PENCIL No. 174
RcgxU&r Lcnrth, 7 inches
For Sale, at your Dealer. , Made in fire grade
Conceded to bo tho Finest Pencil made' for general use.
EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK
Dallas Fitzgerald directing
Viola Dana in 11 The Match
Breaker," the little Metro star's
newest picture, is one of the few
motion picture direators who pre
fer working out of doors under
the sun than under the artifical
lichtsin an enclosed stage, where
most pictures are made.
"A majority of the population
of the United State resides in
cities," said Mr- Fritzgerald in
explaining his policy of taking
every scene in the open where
ever possible. "As , a resul:,I
think people prefer seeing a pic
ture, if it is a good, which has
many pretty exteriors rather than
one of the artifical interior beauty.
" When a person is placed un
der lights, he immediatly feels
that 'he is going to act. As a
result, there are to many cases of
overacting in the interior atmos
pnere," continued the diretor.
Miss Dana is equally optimist
over the promise of "The Match
Breaker," in which she n called
ucon to swim, row. plav tennis
and do other athelet c stunts. The
picture, adapted by Arthur
Zellner from Mae White's story
will be film at Coronada Beach.
Troubled For Ten Years.
If you suffer pains and aches during
the day and sleep-disturbing bladder
weakness by nipht, feel tired, nervous
and run down, the kidneys and bladder
need to be restored to healthy and
regular action. J. T. Osburn, R. F. D.
No. 1, Lucasville, O., writes: "I had
kidney trouble for ten years I tried
many remedies but they did me no
pood. I took Foley Kidney Pills and
they helped me so much that now I
am well." Don't delav. Sold bv Rosa
2 Absolutely IJl
y the most healthful
M of fruits, comes the vRN hi
fcj chief ingredient of pJ e
VAgv The only baking powder '
yft-L made froniRoyal r
WfrFSVPrf Grape Cream Aw
M ff-Tartar '
v kimJj -m i
Costs a little more than the injurious alurn
cr phosphate cf lime powders, but wiih
Royal you are sure of pure, healthful food
84 Per cent, of the Business
Concerns which FAILED
during the year 1920,
The Ben Ed Doane Printorium,- Jasper, Ind.
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