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Congress mu?ht hire Houdin
to get out of hc bjnu3 for them
According to divorce figure?
tbifisfilher he land of the freed
or the home of the brave.
is a person who
Eskimo pie a la
Being fair to driver?, we say
nnauto rarely goes up on . the
tideva k after its victims.
Professor c?ays that our side of
Niagara will be dry in 2122
Why don't they leave prohibition
Ladiea Suits an J Sprinp
Coats i ew goods, desirable styl
es at a very low price- Edw J
Excellent Remedy for Constipation.
It would be hard to find a better
remedy for constipation than Cham
berlain's Tablets. They are easy tc
take and mild and gentle in elTect
Give them a trial when you have need.
A New Plant
Has the porop' ia'ion for the
dis noucton of seeds ipc b'Ji
c omb pur do'" ha n e'iminatwi
frm this bll?-R-P Clarlie (R)
AMits C an obtain exclusiv
territory for the sale of Dr. Hoft
man'a R d DroD?- Apcly at one
Dr. HofTma Medicine Man'fy ,
St. Louis, Mj.
The fnublicari county com
mittee with' John Himsplas chai
vrnn met at the Cou. t House last
Saturday and appointed a tenta
tive ticket with a committee to
see i' it would suit. They wiii
meet tomorrow to complete the
We will ship ou a tire and al
lw the privelege of examination
It the tire meets your approva',
rnvthe Express Agent.
303-$7.95 30x3 1-2- 9 95
Other sizes - proportionately low I
Mail orders piven prompt ctten
tion. We cuarantee satisfactior
X .wrence County Tire Shies
w yv r n: DO
Bediora, lnaiann. r. u. doxoo
At & meeting of the stockholi
crofthe Novelty Works lat
bhturday. Frank J. öeng was
tl cted a directo., vice J P. Hut
Ii T. All of the. other old direct
ors were re elected. A new su
perintendent from S Louis was
appuniru vice t ue io.ui m,
Idea Hasn't Panned
Soil an liysis ha3 failed us com
pletely "s a method of determin
in what iertilizer is required
(Df Milton Wnitney, chief of
bureau of soils, dept of agrjcul
ture, beftre tLe house commit
Tho 31iil West Hospital
1910 Park Avp. Chicogo, 111.
R-gistered School for nurses, is
offerirga tvo year course of
training, Uniforms board, room,
laundrv. and expense money fur-
ished- Mid West Hospital, 1940
Park Ave.. Chicago.
For Infants and Children
In Uso For Over 30 Years
Found a Cure for Indigestion.
"I use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for indigestion and find
they suit my case better than any
dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried
and I have used many different medi
cines. I am nearly fifty-one years of
aire and have suffered a preat deal
from indigestion. I can eat almost
anything I want to, now, writes
V. Emory, Rock Mills. Ala.
These tablets contain no pepsin but
strengthen the stomach and enable it
to lüdest food naturally.
Folks Do Read
There are few over 22.0C0
Tie" spapera in the United States
Canada. Thereover 21,000
in IT ited States alone- C W.
Pi'slev. Asst. Secretary (f
Agriculture before house of
G H. Ruth, alias "Bade" has
reluced t.21? with the help of
goU anr: jadeLanais.
Six silver plated can openers
makr, an excellent wedding prea
pnt have di opoed 20 per cent
iVoii Street. Suckers have
Rev. Reeder moved to Jasper!
The Ford garage received a
shipment of new Fords Fordson
tsrBuy your seed potatoes
now we have them at tha fight
price, Edward J Kuebler.
Ireland is using her own post
age 8tamp3. Qjh licking the
Foo.less hoisery is the latest
in Paris- Some of us Americans
have been in s yle two year
When food or people are too
rich they don't agree with
esrShoes & Slippers for Ladies
Misses, Children at reduced
piices. Edw J. Kuebler.
Lent is a stretch of forty days
during which people depneve
themselves of things they can't
iflord ,or don't really want any
way. A Texa man marr ed a girl he
went with 20 : ears. After tha
or ictice, he ought to be able to
live with tier. Hc.v about Geo
But for Mr, Fords viewpoint in
industry many farmers wou-d
aid be using horse ard wagor.
Gray Silver Washington rep
resentative, Amencan Farm Bu
reau feder;n b.for house com
raittee on mili ry affairs.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold.
"Everyone who has used Chamber
lain's Coutfh Remedy speaks well of
it," writes Edward P. Miller, Ab-
botstown, Pa. People who once use
this preparation are seldom satisfied
with any other. It is excellent to
allay a cough or break up a cold.
The Public s cordially invited
to attend the church services at
the Trinity Cnurch Sunday.
Sur day School 9 30
Services - 10 30
Christian Endeaver 6,30
Services 7 15
The services ar. 10 30 will be
inducted Vb vi , Rev. .Pelera : of
Edens Seminary of St- Louis
mo . '
. rThe servia atJf5 will be held
by Rev. Reeder '-' ,
The common school graduate's
examination was held here last
Saturday. Abouc 6 applicants
Manv of Boone tp. attended
the funenl of Herbart Himsel
Lorenzo LoveaU has &ccept
a position at the Jasper H., whi h
will taue tre latter part of April
a hen his school term expires.
Gust Neukam moved on the
farm of William Hoffman of
buone tp , last week.
FOR OVER FORTY YEARS
HALL's CATARRH MEDICINE has
been used successfully in the treat
ment of Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
consists of an Ointment which Quickly
Relieves by local application and the
faces, thus reducing the inflammation,
Sold by all druggists.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Seeing Both Sides
So man. unless' he rides high
in an airship, an see cn both
SlJcSOf mountain range. Rep.
Hay den (U) Ariz.
It is not fair, it is not decent
for ?omp Senator who wants r-
excuse his vote in this (Newbei y
mat er to pretend that he wo
nset by corrupt lnilunces and
that coiruot ii flunce were ex-
urted to compel senators to vote
one way or the other. A senator
mayvote as he pleases but atter
has done so let him carry tne
resDons;bility for so voting with
out trying tob smirch the integ
it v of everv senator who diiiers
from him Sen. Caraway (D)
Professor Cour'iere says e
will stand to much. Yes, yes we
too stand much from foreign
uroressors. . .
Ulli Ul III 'm, wiitu ü K aa3
sie has cold hinds she means
he hisn't coll f- et.
A man, said to be the biggest
bootlegger in he world, has
bjen caught. He weighs 2S0
r.nnir'pssmpn are sending out
ree seeus auu uu H i"0 CJ
i i u.: knh thmt
WIN raise VOteS.
NOW they find Salome was fill
a'robat in iteaii of a dancer This
Will not Change the Salome
dance. " ,
Promises are hard to J
Wouldn't it ba awful if married
l;fe was as bad as they say it
The small rival of thi Ford is
out A man parked one by a
mail box and the parcel postman
carried it off.
Tellinj It lo Congress
Who Controls Us
The man who controls the mo
ne7 controls the country. And
if the industrial system withers
and dies, the man dies with it.
- Sen Watson (D) Ga,
Automobil Accidei ta
Because four or five streeta
cro3sata riven point there iß
dt rea? on in the world why men
and worn n should be injured
mere any more than ft any other
pl.ee if the traffic laws were en
forced and obeyed, The reason
why an accident happens at
places of that kind is because
men drive in hem places at reck
less rates of speed Sen- Under
wood (D) Ala.
The Pneumonia Month.
March is a typical pneumonia month
and usually gives a high rate of mor
tality for the disease. After a long
and hard winter, the system loses
much of its resistance and people grow
careless. When every cold, no matter
how slight, is given prompt and in
telligent attention, there is much less
danger of pneumonia. It should be
borne in mind that pneumonia is a
germ disease and breeds in the throat.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is' an
expectorant and cleans out the germ
ladened mucus and not only cures a
cold but prevents its resulting in
pneumonia. It is pleasant to take.
Children take it willingly.
Leopold Sciiuble, Sr.
Aged about 76 years died at his
home on North Main St. last
Tuesday afternoon. The funeral
wis he'd at St. Jo. eph's cemetery
Thursday morning. For many
years he was a house builder and
mover and there are over a hun
dred residences, frame shaks.
that he. built. As a home mover
he was yery successful and was
always busy. It i said that he
moved about half of French Lick
one tfm'e or the other. His wife
died several years ago., since
-whLch.time -his dauffhter Mary,
na Kepi nouse iqr mm; ne
. . ' J - ' - TT
leaves a aaugnters ana ? sons o
Göod For That "Flu". Coögh.
Fdr quick relief ! from the wearing
j tough that "hang-.on? after, the grippe
or influenza, take Foley's Honey and
Tar. Mrs. K. D. Drake, Child's, Md.,
writes: "After an attack of the flu
that left me with a severe cough
nothing seemed to relieve me till I
tried Foley's Honey and Tar, which I
can highly recommend." It is also
jgood for croup, whooping cough and
colds. It puts a soothing, healing
coating over the inflamed sufaces, cuts
the phlegm, eases hoarseness, clears
the air passsags. Sold by Rose Meh
Herbert Himsel Passes Away
After a lengthy attack of flu
and pneumonia. He died Fn
dav afternoon at 12 o'clock.
He was born F eb. 27 K01 and
was 21 yeara and 20 days old.
He was buried at Haysville Tues
dav afternoon He leaves his
parents, two b'Other and three
gisterg tQ mQrn hig death His
burial was sometvhat delayed on
account Of his SlSte', Mrs Chas.
came irom ivioore
Cut This Out It Is Worth Money
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c
and mail 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 thorouchly cleansing cathartic
for constipation, biliousness, head-
aches, and siugg sn oweis- .
bold by i:ose Mennnger.
A Good Thiiitf
Pratically everybody who ora
tice3 any sort ot a profession is
compelled to pass an examina-
t on and get ? license Alter a
while no one can e a farm r or
a brickla er or even a worker on
the streets unless h passes an ex
amination and gets a license
Vft,i irili haVa tn ha a crn ern-
CfCWrk vnne hclr hp-
ore you can do anything.-Rep.
Kino- fRl 111.
Wished He Had Known It Sooner.
"I only wish I had discovered Foley's
Honey and Tar 50 years ago, as I have i
been the victim of attacks of influ
enza and bad colds until I found this
i ' uftn(,u:.i 0,t i ,.
tirklinr' thrnat and hoarseness. It
Fl., Venice, Lai. roley s -U4 1 u ymt lb-l Hr T.r b.
Tar helps COUehs and ateppad that. -Caa. P. Rsaaail. Dajta. Nan
00a for croup and ' whooping- couph.
Mr.' Gray adds: "Worth its weight in
Broich MaTvelously effective." Sold by
. K?i? Lt:hrr'...
Winter ia ffODe when tho cold
. 1 stops biting and the fish start
TKla ÄUn Was Helped.
Orfcasa, tmtes: "My kidneys1
were weak and had a soreness and
dull pain across my back. I felt dull
and languid and: my kidneys didn't
act right I began taking Foley
Kidney Pills and they soon put my
kidneys in a sound healthy condition."
Foley . Kidney Pills help the kidneys
rid the system of acids and waste
that cause lameness, backache, sore
muscles, swollen joints and rheumatic
pains. Tonic in effect, quick in action.
Sold by Rose Mehringer.
FOR STATE" OENATOR
JOHN 8 WE FNE Y ii a candidate for
State Senator from the counties of Perry
apecjraai ii mic -iiij ect to
the Democratic primary May 2, 1922.
GEORGE L. HOFFMAN of Harbi
son tQ unship, is a Candida e for Joint
Representative from Dubois and Martin
counties iubjct to the democratic pri
mary election, May 2, 1922.
JAS M. 80NGER,of Patoki township
is acaniidate for Joint representative
in the state legislature from the count
ies of Dubois and Martin
the Oemacratic primary May 2, 1$22
LD0 W. tfOOD. of Hontingbur iP
candidate for Joint Repreeentativ
f om Dubois and Martin counties subject
to the Democratic primary May 2. 1922.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR
FRANK J 8ENG is this weok annouo
aa candidate for re-election as Auditor
of Dubois County, subject to the emo
crictic rimiry May 21922.
FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
CHARLES . . BARTLEY, is a candi
date for re-election as Cle.k o? Circuit
Court of Dubois County subject to the
Democratic primary election May, 2
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
JOHN SEGER, of Marion township,
is ft candidate for Treasurer of Dubois
county, Iudian; subject to the Demo
cratic primary eiecthm, May 2d, 1022.
For County Sheriff.
JUHN F. J. SCHURZ, of Jackson
ii .a candidate for Sheriff of Dubois
County Subject to the Democratic pri
mary election 1922.
frank C THIEMAN of Jickeon
townBhip is a candi late for Sheriff
Duooia County, sabjecttO the Democra
tic primary election Mar 2 1922.
For County Reeorder.
TTM. E. ECKERLE, of Bainbrir'ge
Township is a candidate for Recorder of
Dubois County subject the Denoc-atic
primary lection Ma, 2 1922.
JOSEPH A. KLUEH is a candidate
for Ree rder of Dubois County subjec
to the de-nocrictic primary May 2
For County Aateaaor.
CHARLES LAMPERr is a candi
date for County Assessor of Dubois
county, Ind. Subject to the Demo ratic
primary election. May 2, 1022.
- For Commissioner, lat Dlatrltt
JOHN A. 8TENFTENAGEL is a can
nid ate foj re election as County Coti
miisioner for the 1st eistrict oi Dubois
county subject to the Democratic pri
mary May 2, 1922.
HENRY J. HUEBNER of Harbison
to ns bp is a canditate forCouniy Com
rxiasionor from the lit. District subject
to the Democaatic primary election May
For Commissioner, 3d District.
NOBLE J KEMP of Cass township is
a candidate for Commissioners tiom the
3d district of Dabois county eobject to
the Democratic paimary election May 2
For Oalnbrldoe Tp. Trustee
MATHIAS BLE8S1NGER, is ft Can
didate for Turstw of Bninbridpe town
ship, subject to the decision of the Dem
ocratic primary ejection.
GEORGE GuEfZ is a candidate for
Tnetee of Bainbridgre township subject
to Dim xratie primiry election May 9
For Dalnbridge Tp. Assessor,
VALENTINE VONDER3H MIDT is a
candidate for Assessor of Bainbritjge
township subject to the Democrat prim
ary election May 2 1922.
For Doone Tp, Trustee
LUnAKU J, UtitADt li A VUlit Of
Boone township is a candidate for Trus
tee of Boone township ubject to the
democratic p'imarv 1922.
Honey and Tar
IS PLEASANT TO TAKE. End
ftoothi the rw, inflamed lurfacca; stops
the raipiof. strangling (eelin in the
throat. It is made of the purcit. fresh,
eit and finest ingredieoutobehad. con
Uins so opiates or other harmful drugs,
and costs twice as ouch to make as
any imitation of it.
Evrj User a Friend
"Mr littU boy a sever attack ! eru9
ad 1 kootttly wo14 di ! U
hd do! b.e t or Fly'a Hwief od Ty. T
jot raltcvcd htm and fc wtnt t alte and
w.i troubled o eor " Mra. W. H.Throto.
3522 W. 10th St- Lattl RKk. At k.
Unn .n T.r i. recom
is mended for couhs. colds, hoarseness.
WTiteS W. H. Gray,! "I sm U my tibt ateoth ytar sad I was
licklinf of the throat, apasmodic croup,
whooping couh, UnPpsm4broachtl
oraalby Roaa Mehrlrffer
r - - - I
High School Holes
The Freshmen Enclish chss
have just completed "Marmion"
5Pa navL 8 f,e studing Parkman ;
ihe 7 & 8th grade basket ball l
team was defeated by College
4th team by a score of 50 toO.
Sixy frve'applicants took the
examination last Saturday in the
JasDer Uiah School Biriding,
The .'applicants assemble,
where they were given numbers
and purchased manuicripts Tht
oxnmination was considered easy
The Sophomores entertained
the school Wednesday afte: noon
with a Civil Goverment p.o
Ups. Francis f,l. Greens
Wife of Dr, F. M. Greene of
Ireland, ged 69 years died at
her home last Sunday at.d was
buriedat Shiloh Tuesday afur.
noon. She was well known :n
Jasper having lived here several
Edward Fiest died at his home
.londay pight at 9;00 He was
ill for a long time and under
went an operation Thursday
which did not benefit him. ne
Earned the blacksmith trcdi at
F lx Lamprts and then uork-
e i for the Desk Co for some
time. He leaves a wife and
wo children to mourn hi
death. Funeral Thursday nnrn-
for Joint Represeneative of Dubois and
In this issue will be found the
announcement of Geo L Hoff
man of Haysville as a candidare
for Joint Represenative of Dj
bois and Man in counties
Mr. Hoffman formerly lived
in Martin countv and still letains
a farm there .Whih in Martin
he was Trustee of Rutherford
Township for six years.
He h8s been a member of tht
County Ccuncil in this county
for the pst twelve years aud
for a long: time was a represent
ative of the Internaticnd Har
Mr. Hoffman needs no intro
duction in this couuty and if
elected he assures the people
thot?he will perlorm his duties
to the best of his ability.
April Fool's Day comes on pay
day this year,
Robbed in Sprint? House"'
headline. Firit spring hju e
After rolled stockings gee back
vromen will have no more trouh'e
bearding street cars before the
Tom Edison is asking the wo
men question no and the ar
wers to all of them will. be oe
Lent for men is a season of
painful reflection. They know
that Easter is at tho end of it
and where in the deil are thy
fjoing to get the mon to pay for
new clothes and hats.
Wliat Great Americans Say
The idea that a mayor or chit. f !
of police is at 1 brty to permit
any lav? or ordiace to be viola -
Prea dent Benjamin Han ison.
Everybody is ready to sub
taii tue 1 v He Likes. That is
not in the Droper sense respect
for law or order. The test cf
respect for law i? where the hw
is upheld even though it Hurts.
Charles E. Hugh s, secretary of
Hut for the high cost of iaifr there
,! n teiiin what ti men wii
t'Hinterfelting Internal revenue stamps
Community barbecues is another
way t0 ct something tangible out vt
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
The Merchant has Worr'nl hluiM'If
IlaMheadod because he Is Cnuirht with
a Lot of Hish-rrlccd Oom1s, hut tu
inorrow he will Slash Tricos to the
Hone, run a IJipr Ad In this Paper and
ict Kid of Them. Then he will Stock
Up with the New Low-Priced Stuf?
and run a Safe-and-Sane, P.cfnre-t he
LINED SATIN COAT WRAP. NEW
Detachable Inners of Organdie Ar
Dainty and Smart Looking
for Warm Weather.
Quite the newest thins is tlu s:nln
coat wrap lined throughout with white
or colored organdie, of course, tlns?
organdie linings are dctachahle. They
are certainly daihty and smart looking
for warm weather wear. The fmnts
fold hack so that the Karment really
has orjrandle covered roers ; the collar
is a full ruffle or iuche of the sheer
colt'n fabric. The, sleeves are finished
with organdie cuffs which are in real
ity a continuation of the sleeve lin-
Lining mid eoat may he held V
jrether with very small snap fasten- r.
Kach section is nently finished at tt.e
various edes. Whfte is more often
featured than a color, hut one dainty
coat with lininc: of robln's-e blue or
can die was seen recently. Lavender
is quite often choen.
The satin coat need not be neces
sarily black, but most of tho-e shown
are In this somber tone.
Tor summer ecnini: wear the organdie-lined
atin coat is particuhirly
praetlcal. as the limn;: can be kept o
clean that the lightest anl filmiest oC
frocks will frf' suffer by contact
J. P. Schwenk,
Calls answered promptly
Day or Night.
Auto or Horse drawn hearse
Phone 82. Jasper, Ind
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